A View of Beau Parc

Image credit: Ingestre Hall Residential Arts Centre

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A view of Beau Parc (also known as Beauparc), Irish School, dating from the third quarter of the eighteenth century, possibly by Thomas Roberts (1748–1777) or William Ashford (1746–1825).

Ingestre Hall Residential Arts Centre



A View of Beau Parc




oil on canvas


H 75 x W 120 cm

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transferred to Sandwell Metropolitan Borough Council with the purchase of Ingestre Hall, 1959

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