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Sandby's drawing shows the first Kew Bridge built in 1758-1759 by John Barnard with seven timber arches. It was replaced by James's Paine's stone bridge in 1784-1789. The present bridge was erected in 1903.
H 157 mm; W 400 mm (paper)
paper; watercolour; ink; pencil
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