William Henry Pyne (London 1769/70 – London 1843)
Art / Drawings and watercolours
Watercolour on paper
159 x 260 mm
Place of origin
WindsorOrder this image
Anglesey Abbey, Cambridgeshire
Watercolour on paper, Windsor Castle by William Henry Pyne (London 1769 – London 1843), 1804. The Round Tower and walls to left, a large two-storeyed building or warehouse in foreground, two men loading a cart with tree trunks in foreground. Inscribed on front of warehouse 'Founded by Saville Wells Esq AD....' Label on mount 'Windsor Castle, W.H. Pyne 1804'. Mounted on card.
Bequeathed to the National Trust by Huttleston Rogers Broughton, 1st Lord Fairhaven (1896-1966) with the house and the rest of the contents.
Makers and roles
William Henry Pyne (London 1769/70 – London 1843), artist