- Heathcote Helmore bequest, 1965
- 590 x 740mm
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Windsor Great Park in England was set aside in the eleventh century as a personal hunting ground by William the Conqueror, supplying Windsor Castle with deer, boar and fish as well as wood. The park endured as a domain of royal privilege; by the early nineteenth century, hunting there was still restricted to royalty, aristocrats and individuals with connections to the monarchy.
(Out of Time, 23 September 2023 – 28 April 2024)