Windsor castle and Park by Paul Sandby

The British painter Paul Sandby (1730-1809) left watercolors of Windsor Castle, one of the three royal palaces, and its park.

O pintor britânico Paul Sandby (1730-1809) deixou aguarelas do castelo de Windsor, um dos três palácios reais, e do seu parque.

Paul Sandby (1730-1809)-'Windsor castle. The Round table, Royal court and Devil's tower from the Black Rod'-watercolor and gouache over traces of pencil    Melbourne-National Gallery of Victoria

Paul Sandby (1730-1809)-'Windsor castle, view of the east terrace'-watercolor-ca1760    London-Victoria and Albert Museum

Paul Sandby (1730-1809)-'forresters in Windsor Great Park'-body colour    Private collection

Paul Sandby (1730-1809)-'the north terrace looking west'-watercolor on paper-1800    London-Victoria and Albert Museum

Paul Sandby (1730-1809)-'Windsor park'-watercolor on paper    London-Tate Gallery

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