BRIGHTON PAVILION NORTH GATE DAWN by Colin Ruffell

£800.00Price
8" x 10" original painting, acrylic on canvas, plus white frame.
  • original painting

    BRIGHTON PAVILION NORTH GATE DAWN


    ‘The New Grand Entrance’ – the North Gate – was built in 1832 for William IV. On the occasion of Queen Victoria’s first visit to Brighton, in October 1837, an amphitheatre with a triumphal arch was erected to the north of the North Gate, through which Victoria entered the estate. Nowadays it is usually seen and only noticed in rear view mirrors by visitors when they are leaving Brighton.

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