George IV

The Royal Pavilion at Brighton


This exhibition honors the Silver Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II with a celebration of the architecture and design of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton, originally commissioned by George IV in the 18th century and completed in the 19th century. The furnishings and designs on display include items  from the Cooper-Hewitt's permanent collection, the Royal Pavilion's collection, and nine items especially chosen by the Queen. Works by architect John Nash, and designers Frederick Crace and Augustus Charles Pugin, are featured.
england, Architecture, furnishings, George IV, traveling exhibitions