The Meet, Badminton
William C. Giller (b.London 1805)
Art / Prints
Paper, wood and glass
716 x 996 x 32 mm
Tyntesfield, North Somerset
Black and white engraving of hunting scene entitled / THE MEET AT BADMINTON /. Portrays huntsmen on horseback, spectators, dogs with Badminton house, trees and parkland. Below title in printed script / To His Grace the Duke of Beaufort KG and C and C /. This engraving from the original picture / is by permission / most respectfully dedicated by His Grace's much obliged and most obedient servant / LONDON, PUBLISHED JANY 1 1847 BY HENRY GRAVES AND CO PUBLISHERS IN ORDINARY TO HER MAJESTY AND HRH THE PRINCE ALBERT, 6, PALL MALL /. On Right hand side, / ENGRAVED BY WILLIAM GILLER /. On Left of engraving / PAINTED BY WILLIAM and HENRY BARRAUD /. Whole engraving with wooden gilt surround, then encased in walnut frame with glass front.
Purchased from the estate of the late Lord Wraxall with the assistance of the NHMF and donations from members and supporters.
Makers and roles
William C. Giller (b.London 1805), engraver after William Barraud (London 1810 - Kensington 1850) and Henry Barraud (London 1811 - London 1874), artist