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Tijou Screen at Hampton Court Palace
Tijou Screen at Hampton Court Palace
Our curator Susanne Groom presents an introduction to the Tijou Screens at Hampton Court Palace. Jean Tijou's most notable work was the twelve panels of the screen, which now bears his name, and can be seen, where it was installed in 1701, at the river end of the Privy Garden. The screen was the first exhibit in the new Victoria & Albert Museum before being returned to Hampton Court.
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Conservation work at Historic Royal Palaces
Building conservation involves carefully identifying what is most important about the buildings and taking care not only in the preservation of their physical ‘fabric’, but in the wealth of historical information embodied in it. Though the palaces have stood for hundreds of years, the building fabric itself is inherently vulnerable and subject to decay.

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