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    The Alhambra Garden, Elvaston Castle by Edward Adveno Brooke
     
       
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      About the Artwork

      This high quality print is based on a printed chromolithograph depicting the Alhambra Garden at Elvaston Castle (Seat of the Right Honourable the Earl of Harrington) from The Gardens of England by Edward Aveno Brooke (1821-1910), published in London by T. McLean 1856-1857. Pencilled number 17.

      Materials

      Expertly printed in our Sussex studios, this print is produced to exacting museum conservation standards using inks and papers developed to create a perfect reproduction.

      Royal horticultural society

      Part of our Royal Horticultural Society collection

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