Haarlem, North Holland: the Paviljoen Welgelegen, the seat of Henry Hope

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Haarlem, North Holland: the Paviljoen Welgelegen, the seat of Henry Hope. Etching by B Comte, 1792, after HP Schouten, 1791. Designed for the banker Henry Hope by Triquetti, the building was constructed 1785–1790. It later became the seat of the Regional Government of Noord-Holland. Created 1792. Haarlem (Netherlands). Henry Hope (1735 or 1736–1811). Paviljoen Welgelegen (Haarlem, Netherlands). Contributors: Hermanus Petrus Schouten (1747–1822); Benjamin Rodolphe Comte, approximately 1760– (active 1792). Work ID: hbhhaenx.

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