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About The Nash Conservatory:

 

The Nash Conservatory, located within the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, is an elegant glasshouse designed by the famed architect John Nash. Originally constructed in the 1820s for Buckingham Palace, it was relocated to Kew Gardens in 1836. This stunning structure exemplifies Nash's neoclassical design, featuring large, arched windows that allow abundant natural light to flood the interior, creating an ideal environment for botanical displays.

Today, the Nash Conservatory serves multiple purposes, from housing plant exhibitions to hosting educational events and private functions. Its location within the picturesque Kew Gardens provides a serene backdrop, enhancing its appeal as a venue for weddings and corporate events. The conservatory's historic and architectural significance, combined with its role in promoting botanical education and conservation, makes it a cherished landmark within one of the world's most famous botanical gardens.

Nash Conservatory, Kew Gardens, Richmond, South West London

£20.00Price
  • What you can expect from us...

     

    • Products are illustrated, printed and framed in the UK.
    • We ship Internationally.
    • We produce Giclée quality wall art.
    • Fine art quality paper (210gsm - 280gsm).
    • Delivery of our framed prints and canvases can take up to 1-2 weeks.

     

    We use black wooden frames as a standard, with a mount as shown in the first image above.

     

    External dimensions of our mounted prints are:

     

    A4 = 340 x 427mm
    A3 = 427 x 550mm
    A2 = 550 x 724mm
    A1 = 724 x 971mm

     

    Please be aware that colours may vary slightly from what you see on your screen, depending on your monitor settings.

     

    Any questions? Please email jess@tomartacus.co.uk to discuss further.

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