A view of the House of Commons in the session 1741/2. To the Rt. Hon.ble Arthur Onslow Esq.r Speaker of the House of Commons. This plate is most humbly dedicated by his honour's most oblig'd and most obedient and humble servant John Pine Bluemantle
John Pine (London 1690 - London 1756)
Art / Prints
29 Sep 1749
Print on paper behind glass, in gilt frame with pine strainer.
546 mm (H), 737 mm (W)
Clandon Park, Surrey
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[Saved] Engraving of a view of the House of Commons in 1741, in gilt frame.
Engraving of a view of the House of Commons, in gilt frame with manuscript additions where the print has worn. The eighteenth-century gilt frame has a pine strainer which has remains of a work of art. The lower edge has the title 'Lillingstone-Lovell Hall, Oxfordshire, near Buckingham' with an additional manuscript note 'The Seat of the Honourable Edward Onslow' on laid paper. On the sides of the vertical sides of the strainer can be seen vesitages of the image, including hay stacks on the proper right.
Accepted by the Treasury in lieu of Estate Duty on the death of the 5th and the 6th Earl in 1984
Marks and inscriptions
Rear: Pencil mark on secondary support the number '134'
Makers and roles
John Pine (London 1690 - London 1756), engraver