HAYDON WILLIAMS

FORMAL ENCLOSURE

In 1634, Charles 1st created a deer hunting park. Having brought the court to Richmond-upon-Thames to avoid the London plague, eight miles away, this was an ideal location for a favourite aristocratic pursuit . The largest of London's Royal Parks it is now a 'National Nature Reserve' and has over 600 Red and Fallow deer . In the 2012 Summer Olympics the men's and women's cycle road races went through the park .

Formal Enclosure

61 cm x 40 cm
Photographic print on canvas and painted acrylic detail.