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A view of Waterford City in 1736 painted by the Anglo-Dutch artist William Van der Hagen. It is the first landscape view in oils of an Irish City. The painting was commissioned by Waterford Corporation for a fee of twenty pounds. Today this magnificent work hangs in the Drawing Room of the Bishop’s Palace which is one of a trinity of museums that make up Waterford Treasures – Three Museums in the Viking Triangle.