Wednesday, June 27, 2018

Hampton Court Artwork Layout

This series of pictures from the final rooms of William III's apartments at Hampton Court didn't seem to have much in common, so I struggled to find a title, but since they all showed some of the artwork displayed around the palace, I decided to focus on that. This ended up taking a lot of my time, since I hadn't taken pictures of the labels telling what the paintings were! I went on a treasure hunt to find out the names and subjects of these painting and of the ones on the facing pocket page. Most of them were listed on the Royal Collection Trust's website, but I didn't manage to find the title or artist for the view of Hampton Court on the upper right. If anyone is visiting Hampton Court in the near future, please let me know what it is!
And the facing pocket page pictures:
William III as Prince of Orange
Mary II as Princess of Orange
View of the Tudor facade of Hampton Court circa 1665-67
Mary Scrope, later Mrs. Pitt, one of Sir Godfrey Kneller's Dining Room Beauties

You & Me stamp set
That's Amore Level 2 papers & My Stickease
Colonial White cardstock
Garnet, Chocolate & Blush ink
Durab;e Artisan Studs
Pattern: EMS Sketch 64
Challenges: Lasting Memories Paper Stash (use at least 5 patterned papers) - I managed exactly five and they were all scraps, so I feel a huge sense of accomplishment - LOL!


Deanna said...

I like your title work! Thanks so much for playing with us at Lasting Memories this month! :)

Sandy Ross said...

Fabulous use of your stash for sure. You should feel accomplished. Way to scrap so many photos as well! Thanks for playing along with Lasting Memories Layout Challenges!!!