1848 After Joseph Nash Chromolithographs of Windsor Castle


A selection of 6 chromolithographs from Joseph Nash's 'Views of the Interior and Exterior of Windsor Castle', published in London by Thomas Mclean 1848.

1. The Green Drawing Room
2. The Guard Chamber
3. St George’s Hall
4. Queen’s Private Sitting Room
5. The State Reception Room
6. Dining Room

Joseph Nash (1809-1878) O.W.S., was an English watercolourist and lithographer, who produced numerous works, illustrating the stately homes of England during the period 1839-1849. As well as exhibiting on various occasions in the Royal Academy and British Institution, he would become a full member of the Society of Painters in Watercolours in 1842,

The condition of the chromolithographs is generally very good, with the colours retaining their vibrancy. One, however has suffered a small section of damage towards its bottom right corner. They have been backed with cardboard and wrapped in cellophane.

Varying Sizes:
Smallest: 52 x 39cm
Largest: 58 x 42cm
Weight: 3.4kg