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'A View of the Antient Manor House of Fawkeshall or Vauxhall, Surrey', (1813). Creator: Unknown.

'A View of the Antient Manor House of Fawkeshall or Vauxhall, Surrey', (1813).  Creator: Unknown.

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'A View of the Antient Manor House of Fawkeshall or Vauxhall, Surrey', (1813). Side elevation and plan of a timber frame building with two towers, in Vauxhall, Lambeth, London. The head of King John's mercenaries Falkes de Breauté (died 1226), owned a large house in the area, known as Faulke's Hall, later Foxhall, and eventually Vauxhall. The site of the house was converted to Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens in 1661.


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  1. 0580033376
  1. 2-698-673
  1. 2698673
  1. 1N

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Pixel Dimensions (W x H) : 7900x6439
File Size : 49676kb

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People Related
  1. Robert Wilkinson: : Artist
  2. Falkes de Breauté: Anglo-Norman: soldier

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