Lower Assembly Rooms from North Parade, Bath,  c.1760

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Maggs was a popular Bath artist who was best known for his coaching scenes. He painted one series of famous coaching inns and another of 80 metropolitan inns. These pictures were appreciated by Maggs’s Victorian buyers for their picturesque historical qualities.

He also painted subject paintings such as ‘The News of Waterloo’ and views of Bath of which this is an example.

Victoria Art Gallery



Lower Assembly Rooms from North Parade, Bath, c.1760




oil on canvas


H 34.4 x W 64.5 cm

Accession number

BATVG : P : 1984.43

Acquisition method

gift from Miss Jane Finch, 1898; on loan to the Guildhall, Bath

Work type



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