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Print - Gunnersbury House, in Middlesex, the Seat of the Late Princess Amelia. -

'Gunnersbury House, the Seat of Princess Amelia'. Gunnersbury House is a Palladian mansion designed in the mid 17th century by John Webb, son-in-law and pupil of Inigo Jones. It was built for Sir John Maynard, a lawyer and politician. The house was acquired in 1760 for Princess Amelia, the second daughter of King George II.

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Historic painting bought for display in Gunnersbury Park

Historic painting bought for Gunnersbury Park as work continues to restore faded glamour - Get West London

Princess Amelia, mid 18th century (1958). White marble bust. Amelia (1711-1786) was the second daughter of King George II of Great Britain. A print from The Fitzwilliam Museum an Illustrated Survey, Trianon Press, 1958.

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Gunnersbury Park's forgotten links with the great composer Handel

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Gunnersbury Park's forgotten links with the great composer Handel

'Gunnersbury Park's forgotten links with Handel should be celebrated' - Get West London

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Historic painting bought for display in Gunnersbury Park

Gunnersbury Park as it looks today