Fan view of the Interior of Mrs. Lovelace's Rooms, Lower Assembly Rooms, Bath 1737

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Pub. G. Speren 1737 according to Act of Parliament. Copper engr. Also known as Lindsey's Rooms, Wiltshire's Rooms and Gyde's Rooms. Built (under the direction of John Wood the elder) in 1729. Demolished when York Street was built in the early 19th century. Advertised with 3 other fan views in Country Journal 9th July 1737. This day is published Four Prints for Mounts of Fans, designed and curiously engraved of places in and about Bath. A view inside Mrs. Lovelace's great room, and the ladies and Gentlemen taking their Diversion therein.

IMAGE REFERENCE: 11536

CABINET ID: 143320

COLLECTION REFERENCE: LP K9 / 519 IOB 688

COLLECTION LOCATION: Bath Central Library

ORIGINAL WIDTH (mm): 465

ORIGINAL HEIGHT (mm): 255