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English: Kensington Palace from the south by Jan Kip. The plate was made for Britannia Illustrata (1707-8) and dedicated to "Her most Serene and most Sacred Majesty, Anne" The plate was reprinted unchanged in 1724. The watercolor tinting is modern. The planting of the parterres was by Henry Wise, but their traditional 17th century layout, of paired plats divided by a central gravel walk, each subdivided in four, appears to have survived from the Palace's pre-royal existence as Nottingham House.
Português: Uma ilustração da parte sul do Palácio de Kensington (Londres), feita pelo desenhista holandês Johannes Kip (1653 - 1722), em 1724.
Date 1724
Author Jan Kip


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