Printed cotton in two parts (one of 2)

about 1785

Object Place: England


41 x 35.5 cm (16 1/8 x 14 in.)

Accession Number


Medium or Technique

Cotton print

Not On View


Europe, Textiles and Fashion Arts



Two rectangular pieces, “George III and the Prince of Wales Hunting at Windsor”. Copperplate print in red (now brown) on natural tabby-woven cotton. a) shows three mounted men (Prince of Wales at left), a pack of hounds, a man holding a dead fox and another sounding a horn. b) shows a stag hunt in Windsor Great Park, with George III, the Prince of Wales, and other riding; castle upper left; part of inscription on tree trunk at lower right. Cotton browned; stains, Selvedge with two blue cords on left edge of a).

Credit Line

Gift of Mrs. Phillips Ketchum