Images of the conservatory Carlton House, city home of the Prince Regent who liked everything jazzed up in a most expensive way.

“”The Conservatory, Carlton House” showing how it may look filled with plants. The conservatory was never built. ca. 1808. British. Pen and ink with watercolor over pencil. Humphrey Repton, maker (1752-1818). Image © Royal Collection Trust. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via https://www.rct.uk/collection/917090/the-conservatory-carlton-house
“A view of the interior of the conservatory at Carlton House.” Illustration which ran in the September 1, 1811 issue of Ackermann’s Repository of Arts, Volume 6, Number 33, facing page 167. British. Rudolph Ackermann, publisher. In the public domain due to age. via https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Carlton_House,_Conservatory,_from_Ackermann%27s_Repository_of_Arts,_1811.jpg
“The interior of the Prince of Wales’ conservatory at Carlton House.” 1811. British. Print. Inscription: Lettered below image with title and “Thomas Hopper, architect/ Engraved Exclusively for La Belle Assemblee, Published by John Bell, Southampton St. Strand, London, September 1, 1811.” Collections of Tyntesfield, North Somerset. Image Tyntesfield © National Trust. Artwork itself in the public domain due to age. via http://www.nationaltrustcollections.org.uk/object/22291.16
“The Exterior of the Prince of Wales’ conservatory at Carlton House,” view of a grand conservatory in the gardens of Carlton House surrounded by trees and shrubs. 1817. British. Inscription: Lettered below image with title and “Thomas Hopper, Architect / Engraved Exclusively for La Belle Assemblee, Published by John Bell, Southampton St. Strand, London, November 1. 1817”. Collections of the British Museum. Cc0 License 4.0. via https://www.britishmuseum.org/collection/image/607638001

Garden designs to make your home be like endless summer. British. Humphry Repton, designer (1752-1818). These are sketches from the Red Books made for clients that he used as sales devices.

"Rosarium," from the Red Book created for the Earl of Bridgewater at Ashridge Park. 1813.
“Rosarium,” from the Red Book created for the Earl of Bridgewater at Ashridge Park. 1813. Image © 2019 · American Gardening. Fair use license. via http://americangardening.net/in-1813-english-landscape-gardener-humphry-repton-proposed-a-flower-garden-of-roses/

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“General View from the Pavilion, ” from the volume that outlined designs for the Prince Regent’s Brighton Pavilion. 1808. Collection of the British Library. Cc0 License 4.0. via https://www.bl.uk/picturing-places/articles/humphry-repton-and-john-nash

Drawing from the Red Book made for Sheringham Hall. 1812.
Drawing from the Red Book made for Sheringham Hall. 1812. In the public domain due to age. via https://fineartamerica.com/featured/1-red-book-for-sheringham-hall-c1812-humphry-repton.html