Capturing A Royal Home: Windsor Castle
This stunning painting shows Henry VIII Gateway from Castle Hill, with houses to the left and the Salisbury Tower behind. In the foreground, a group of three gentlemen are standing on the corner and conversing. Behind, a beggar boy is playing with a dog, and on the right, a man is unloading a barrel from a laden horse and cart. Inscribed on the back of the mount in pencil, possibly in the artist’s hand, 'Windsor. View of the Town Gate'. The Henry VIII Gateway was reconstructed under Henry VIII in around 1511. In 1840, the Salisbury Tower behind was refaced by Edward Blore, and an additional storey added in place of the pitched roof. The houses at the centre of the drawing were demolished in about 1850 during a town improvement scheme.
Photograph: The Henry VIII Gateway from Castle Hill, c.1760. Royal Collection Trust / (C) Her Majesty The Queen 2013.
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