King George III’s Topographical Collection is one of the largest and most important in the world. Its contents provide a fascinating window on the world of the 17th and 18th and early 19th centuries and gives a rich insight into the personality and varied interests of its creator, one of Britain’s most intriguing monarchs. Mr S P Lohia has partnered with the British Library to conserve, catalogue and digitise this historic royal collection of coloured views.

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  • Facciata esteriore, del Palazzo Pontificio…
    Fac_ade of the corridor of Bramante in the…

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  • AN UPRIGHT VIEW OF A CHOULTRY OR OBLONG COLONADE,…
    A drawing depicting carved columns in a temple…

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  • LA VILLA DE MADRID, CORTE DE LOS REYES CATOLICOS…
    Bird's-eye view of Madrid from the South,…

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  • LA VILLA DE MADRID, CORTE DE LOS REYES CATOLICOS…
    Bird's-eye view of Madrid from the South,…

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  • Vue du Port de Carthagene Prise de l'entree…
    View of Cartagena from the West side of the…

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  • PROFIL DE LA VILLE DE GRENADE CAPITALLE DU…
    View of Granada from the West, with two figures…

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