Notice: This sequence is in the process of being digitised and catalogued. Access to the uncatalogued digital images can be provided to researchers in the Public Study Room.
This is a distinct group within the photographic archive focusing on decorative painting by location. There are six boxes on individual houses in London and around the country and a box each on the following: Greenwich, Ham House, Hampton Court, Kensington Palace, London churches, Wallington Hall, Whitehall. Photographs used in the publication of Early Georgian interiors by John Cornforth. London: Yale University Press, 2004 are also included in this collection.
All photographs are dry mounted on card with essential information recorded, artist, title, collection and source of photograph. The collection is made up of black and white photographs and colour photographs.
Photographs were acquired from the V&A, Spink, the National Monuments Record, The Department for the Environment (Hannibal House).
49 files in (14 boxes)
Catalogued by house, church or collection.
These materials have all been catalogued on our Library and Photographic Archive catalogue.