The West Front of Shugborough

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Description:A view of the west front of Shugborough, showing the full extent of the Ruin on the banks of the River Sow. To the left can be seen the Chinese House, built in 1747, and the Orangery, built in 1764 by James 'Athenian' Stuart and demolished around 1860. The house has not yet had built the upper storey to the link buildings.

Oil on canvas, by Nicholas Dall (died 1777). It is on display at Shugborough Hall and is reproduced by courtesy of the National Trust.

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Creators: Mr Nicholas Thomas Dall - Creator

Donor ref:SHUG/P/45 (143/17339)

Source: National Trust

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