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Royal Pavilion Collection

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Brighthelmston, c1779, (1939)

Brighthelmston, c1779, (1939). From A History of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, by Henry D. Roberts. [Country Life Limited, London, 1939]

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Music-Room, in the Pavilion, Brighton, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Music-Room, in the Pavilion, Brighton, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Music-Room, in the Pavilion, Brighton, 1856. One of the most splendidly-embellished apartments is the Music Room...It rises to the height of 41 feet

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: A Trip to Brighton a Hundred Years Ago; The Steine, with the Marine Pavilion built for the Prince

A Trip to Brighton a Hundred Years Ago; The Steine, with the Marine Pavilion built for the Prince Creator: Unknown
A Trip to Brighton a Hundred Years Ago; The Steine, with the Marine Pavilion built for the Prince of Wales, c1788, 1888. From, The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 38

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: A Trip to Brighton a Hundred Years Ago; Saloon in the Prince of Waless Marine Pavilion, c1788

A Trip to Brighton a Hundred Years Ago; Saloon in the Prince of Waless Marine Pavilion, c1788, 1 Creator: Unknown
A Trip to Brighton a Hundred Years Ago; Saloon in the Prince of Waless Marine Pavilion, c1788, 1888. From, The Graphic. An Illustrated Weekly Newspaper Volume 38. July to December, 1888

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Saloon, Brighton Pavilion, ca. 1826. Creator: Augustus Charles Pugin

The Saloon, Brighton Pavilion, ca. 1826. Creator: Augustus Charles Pugin
The Saloon, Brighton Pavilion, ca. 1826

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Saloon at the Marine Pavillion (An Excursion to Brighthelmstone), June 1, 1790

Saloon at the Marine Pavillion (An Excursion to Brighthelmstone), June 1, 1790

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The North Drawing-Room, Royal Pavilion, Brighton, East Sussex, 1824, (1946). Creator: John Nash

The North Drawing-Room, Royal Pavilion, Brighton, East Sussex, 1824, (1946). Creator: John Nash
The North Drawing-Room, Royal Pavilion, Brighton, East Sussex, 1824, (1946). View of one of the drawing-rooms in the Pavilion, the Regency Indo-Saracenic seaside retreat of George, Prince of Wales

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Drawing room chairs, 1808, (1946). Creator: Unknown

Drawing room chairs, 1808, (1946). Creator: Unknown
Drawing room chairs, 1808, (1946). Designs for Regency furniture from " A Collection of Designs for Household Furniture and Interior Decoration" by George Smith

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Brighthelmston, Sussex, 1825. Creator: George Cooke

Brighthelmston, Sussex, 1825. Creator: George Cooke
Brighthelmston, Sussex, 1825. View of boats in rough seas off the coast of Brighton, with the new chain pier on the left. The Royal Suspension Chain Pier, built in 1823

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Pavilion at Brighton, Sussex, 1894. Creator: Unknown

The Pavilion at Brighton, Sussex, 1894. Creator: Unknown
The Pavilion at Brighton, Sussex, 1894. The Royal Pavilion is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Dome: Looking From The Platform, 1939

The Dome: Looking From The Platform, 1939. The Dome in Brighton, Sussex, dates from 1803 and was originally built by the Prince Regent as a stable block, part of the Royal Pavilion

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: After The Reopening of the Reconstructed Dome, 14th September 1935, (1939)

After The Reopening of the Reconstructed Dome, 14th September 1935, (1939). Henry D Roberts (left), the Mayor of Brighton, Sidney Gibson and dignitaries after renovations

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Dome: Interior After the Alterations, 1939

The Dome: Interior After the Alterations, 1939. The Dome in Brighton, Sussex, dates from 1803 and was originally built by the Prince Regent as a stable block, part of the Royal Pavilion

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Dome Chandelier, 1939

The Dome Chandelier, 1939. The Dome in Brighton, Sussex, dates from 1803 and was originally built by the Prince Regent as a stable block, part of the Royal Pavilion

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Dome: Interior After the Alterations - details of inner roof and panelling, 1939

The Dome: Interior After the Alterations - details of inner roof and panelling, 1939
The Dome: Interior After the Alterations - Balcony Promenade; details of inner roof and panelling, 1939. The Dome in Brighton, Sussex

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Exterior of the Dome As It Is To-Day, 1939

Exterior of the Dome As It Is To-Day, 1939. The Dome in Brighton, Sussex, dates from 1803 and was originally built by the Prince Regent as a stable block, part of the Royal Pavilion

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The East Front, 1939

The East Front, 1939. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Unveiling of the Indian Memorial Gateway by the Maharaja of Patiala, 26th October 1921, (1939)

Unveiling of the Indian Memorial Gateway by the Maharaja of Patiala, 26th October 1921, (1939)
Unveiling of the Indian Memorial Gateway by H.H. The Maharaja of Patiala, 26th October 1921, (1939). Maharaja Sir Bhupinder Singh (1891-1938)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: H. M. Queen Mary after the Investiture of the 25th August 1915, (1939)

H. M. Queen Mary after the Investiture of the 25th August 1915, (1939)
H.M. Queen Mary after the Investiture of the 25th August 1915, (1939). King George V and Queen Mary visited Brighton Pavilion while it was being used as a military hospital during the First World

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The South Gate, 1832, (1939)

The South Gate, 1832, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: H. M. King George V and Queen Mary on the Eastern Lawns, 25th August 1915, (1939)

H. M. King George V and Queen Mary on the Eastern Lawns, 25th August 1915, (1939)
H.M. King George V and Queen Mary on the Eastern Lawns, After the Investiture of the 25th August 1915, (1939). King George V

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: H. M. King George V Talking To Sir Walter Lawrence and Mir Dast, V. C. 25th August 1915, (1939)

H. M. King George V Talking To Sir Walter Lawrence and Mir Dast, V. C. 25th August 1915, (1939)
H.M. King George V Talking To Sir Walter Lawrence and Mir Dast, V.C. After the Investiture of the 25th August 1915, (1939)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Proceeding To The Investiture, 25th August 1915, (1939)

Proceeding To The Investiture, 25th August 1915, (1939). King George V and Queen Mary visited Brighton Pavilion while it was being used as a military hospital during the First World War

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: A Plan of the Pavilion Estate as it was when purchased by the Town Authorities, 1850, (1939)

A Plan of the Pavilion Estate as it was when purchased by the Town Authorities, 1850, (1939)
A Plan of the Pavilion Estate as it was when it was purchased by the Town Authorities, 1850, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: A Plan of the Pavilion Estate as it was in 1937, (1939)

A Plan of the Pavilion Estate as it was in 1937, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Banqueting Room As It Is To-Day, 1939

The Banqueting Room As It Is To-Day, 1939. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Banqueting Room, c1827, (1939)

The Banqueting Room, c1827, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Saloon, about 1820. From Nashs Illustrations, (1939)

The Saloon, about 1820. From Nashs Illustrations, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Saloon As It Is To-Day, 1939

The Saloon As It Is To-Day, 1939. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Marble Mantelpiece, 1939

Marble Mantelpiece, 1939. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: View of the Pavilion taken from Wrights Circulating Library, May 1818, (1939)

View of the Pavilion taken from Wrights Circulating Library, May 1818, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The East Front As It Is To-Day, 1939

The East Front As It Is To-Day, 1939. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Proposed Northern Front, 1808, (1939)

The Proposed Northern Front, 1808, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The West Front, Main Entrance, 1939

The West Front, Main Entrance, 1939. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The West Front, 1939

The West Front, 1939. The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Plan of the Pavilion & Adjacent Grounds - 1803, (1939)

Plan of the Pavilion & Adjacent Grounds - 1803, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Plan of the Pavilion showing alterations to Hollands original building completed in 1804

Plan of the Pavilion showing alterations to Hollands original building completed in 1804
Plan of the Pavilion showing the alterations to Hollands original building completed in 1804, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Weltje, Clerk of the Dishclouts (the Princes Cook), late 18th century, (1939)

Weltje, Clerk of the Dishclouts (the Princes Cook), late 18th century, (1939). Louis Weltje (born c1745), cook to the Prince Regent. From A History of the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, by Henry D

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Convalescent Indian Soldiers Playing Quoits on the Eastern Lawns, c1915, (1939)

Convalescent Indian Soldiers Playing Quoits on the Eastern Lawns, c1915, (1939). Brighton Pavilion was used as a military hospital during the First World War

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: A Banquet at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, c1827, (1938). Artist: Joseph Nash

A Banquet at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, c1827, (1938). Artist: Joseph Nash
A Banquet at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton, c1827, (1938). Guests at the banqueting table under the dragon chandelier. Illustration from A History of Everyday Things in England - Done in four parts of

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Lord Kitchener Addressing Indian Patients, 20th July 1915, (1939)

Lord Kitchener Addressing Indian Patients, 20th July 1915, (1939). Brighton Pavilion was used as a military hospital during the First World War

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The South Gate, c1900, (1939)

The South Gate, c1900, (1939)
The South Gate, Before The Erection of the Indian Memorial Gateway, c1900, (1939). The south gate was replaced with the construction of the Indian Memorial Gateway in 1921

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The North Gate, 1832, (1939)

The North Gate, 1832, (1939). The Royal Pavilion in Brighton, Sussex, is a former royal residence dating from 1787, and was a seaside retreat for the Prince Regent (later King George IV)

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Pavilion, Brighton, c1896. Artist: W & AH Fry

The Pavilion, Brighton, c1896. Artist: W & AH Fry
The Pavilion, Brighton, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Unexpected Visit or more free than welcome, 1820

The Unexpected Visit or more free than welcome, 1820. George IV, seated on a cushion in the Brighton Royal Pavilion, throwing up his arms in horror at the entry of the Queen closely followed by

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: The Pheasantry, 1808. Artist: Joseph Constantine Stadler

The Pheasantry, 1808. Artist: Joseph Constantine Stadler
The Pheasantry, 1808. From Designs for the Pavilion at Brighton by Humphry Repton

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Corridor of a conservatory, 1808. Artist: Joseph Constantine Stadler

Corridor of a conservatory, 1808. Artist: Joseph Constantine Stadler
Corridor of a conservatory, 1808. From Designs for the Pavilion at Brighton by Humphry Repton

Background imageRoyal Pavilion Collection: Brighton Pavilion, Sussex, c1816. Artist: Joseph Constantine Stadler

Brighton Pavilion, Sussex, c1816. Artist: Joseph Constantine Stadler
Brighton Pavilion, Sussex, c1816. Proposed view of the garden by Humphry Repton with part of the pavilion in the background



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