St James's Palace, London, 1819. Artist: Richard Reeve

St James's Palace, London, 1819. Artist: Richard Reeve

1-632-430 - Historica Graphica Collection/Heritage Images

St James's Palace, London, 1819. Situated on the Mall just to the north of St James's Park, St James's Palace was commissioned by Henry VIII. It became the official London residence of the monarch in 1698, but lost that status after being damaged by fire in 1809. Today the palace remains the formal base of the Royal Court and is the residence of the Princess Royal and Princess Alexandra. From The History of the Royal Residences by William Henry Pyne (1769-1843), 1819.


Image Details


Aliases

  1. 170316
  1. 0600000055
  1. 1-632-430
  1. 1632430
  1. 170316

Digital Image Size

Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 4812x3651
File Size : 51,471kb


People Information

Creator
  1. Richard Reeve, attributed to: British: Artist, engraver
After
  1. Charles Wild: British: Artist
People Related
  1. William Henry Pyne: British: Artist, designer, engraver
  2. King Henry VIII: British; English: King of England

Medium
  1. Lithograph

Geographic Hierarchy

World Europe United Kingdom England Greater London London City of Westminster Westminster

  1. 51 29 09 N , 000 08 01 W

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