Kew Gardens - Red Palace, watercolour & ink painting

This is a fine art print of the original watercolour & ink painting of the Red Palace in Kew Gardens.

Kew’s Red Palace is one of the smallest and least known of the Royal Palaces, but not for a lack of history.  The palace, built-in 1631, with George II being the first of many Georgian royalties to use the Red Palace as a weekend retreat. It even came to be the place of King George III’s imprisonment during his years of madness.

Visit this idyllic palace yourself by going to what3words.com and entering: view.entertainer.march (booking may be required)

 

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Watercolour by Marcus Müller

Pictured by Alex Barros

Kew Gardens - Red Palace, watercolour & ink painting