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Temple Newsam House, Chinese Drawing Room (Temple Newsam)
Black & White imagec. 1960. View of the Chinese Drawing Room. This was formerly the Blue Drawing Room but was decorated in 1827-8 by Lady Hertford with handpainted Chinese wallpaper, given to her mother, Frances, Viscountess Irwin, by the Prince Regent in 1806.
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Temple Newsam House, Chinese Drawing Room (Temple Newsam)
Black & White image1923. Taken to mark the official opening of Temple Newsam House as a public museum on October 19th, 1923. Used as a ladies withdrawing room, the walls are hung with hand-painted Chinese wallpaper given to Frances, Viscountess Irwin by the Prince Regent in 1806.
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Temple Newsam House, Chinese Drawing Room (Temple Newsam)
Colour imageUndated. View of the Chinese Drawing Room in Temple Newsam House. Formerly the Blue Drawing Room it was redecorated in a Chinese theme in 1827-28 by Lady Hertford (who owned the house between 1807 and 1834) using hand-painted wallpaper given to her mother Frances, Viscountess Irwin, by the Prince Regent in 1806.
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Temple Newsam House, Chinese Drawing Room (Temple Newsam)
Colour imageUndated. View of the Chinese Drawing Room at Temple Newsam House. Formerly known as the Blue Drawing Room, it was redecorated in Chinese style by Lady Hertford in 1827-28, using hand-painted Chinese wallpaper that had been a gift to her mother from the Prince of Wales in 1806.
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Temple Newsam, the Blue Drawing Room, postcard (Temple Newsam)
Black & White imageUndated. Postcard view of the Blue Drawing Room at Temple Newsam House. This is also known as the Chinese Drawing Room, having been redecorated in a Chinese theme by Lady Hertford in 1827-28.
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