Ca. 1830. A large, primitive style pencil drawing of Windsor Castle, titled in ink beneath the image. Showing Windsor Castle with the lush park lands and the Thames, an area known as the meadows. The Thames shown as a stream with a small sailing boat at the lower left, and a large decorative tree at the right side.
18 1/4 x 13 1/2", on paper 19 3/4 x 15 1/2". Small chip to lower left corner, with partial embossed stamp (probably 'Turnbull's Super fine London Board). Some toning from the wooden backing of the original frame. Very good overall. Item #23489