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Georgian Collection (page 8)

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Background imageGeorgian Collection: Royal Pavilion, Brighton a98_04139

Royal Pavilion, Brighton a98_04139
ROYAL PAVILION, Brighton, East Sussex. Exterior view of the Royal Pavilion at Brighton showing the domes from the roof. Photographed by Eric de Mare between 1960 and 1969

Background imageGeorgian Collection: The Last Lottery N110041

The Last Lottery N110041
MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving, London 1826. Announcement of " The very last Lottery that will ever be drawn in this Kingdom", 18th July 1826

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Wellington Arch a98_05621

Wellington Arch a98_05621
WELLINGTON ARCH, Westminster, London. General view of Wellington Arch (also known as Constitution Arch or the Green Park Arch) from the Wellington Statue

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Georgian Town Houses

Georgian Town Houses
Georgian houses in Selwood Place, a quiet street in Chelsea, London

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Side table detail, Chiswick House K000363

Side table detail, Chiswick House K000363
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. The Gallery. Detail of the giltwood marble top side table to the right of the Tribunal or Saloon doorway

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Blaise Castle a98_04343

Blaise Castle a98_04343
BLAISE CASTLE, Henbury, Bristol. This folly castle was built by Thomas Farr in 1766 on the top of Castle Hill. It was originally used as a summer house by the Harford family who owned the estate

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Belsay Hall N090305

Belsay Hall N090305
BELSAY HALL, CASTLE & GARDENS, Northumberland. Spring time at Belsay, showing the daffodils in full bloom in front of the hall

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Wellington Arch N090054

Wellington Arch N090054
THE WELLINGTON ARCH, Hyde Park Corner, London. View of the arch, floodlit for a hospitality event

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Down House K030468

Down House K030468
DOWN HOUSE, Kent. The back of the house from the garden

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Chiswick House N080093

Chiswick House N080093
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. The Saloon. Detail of busts and sunlight on wall

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Kenwood House and grounds N071382

Kenwood House and grounds N071382
KENWOOD HOUSE, London. Exterior south front view of house in parkland setting

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Kenwood House J890367

Kenwood House J890367
KENWOOD HOUSE, London. Exterior view. A view of the grounds and the south front from the south west

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Down House K041029

Down House K041029
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Rear view of the house from the garden

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Down House K030551

Down House K030551
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. The house from across the Great Meadow

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Down House J040111

Down House J040111
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Rear view of the house from the garden

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Down House J040110

Down House J040110
DOWN HOUSE, Downe, Kent. Exterior view of the front of the house

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Chiswick House doorway K020255

Chiswick House doorway K020255
CHISWICK HOUSE, London. Interior detail of one of the doorways in the Tribunal or Saloon

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Theatre Royal Bristol NWC01_01_1522

Theatre Royal Bristol NWC01_01_1522
THEATRE ROYAL, KING STREET, CITY OF BRISTOL. The auditorium in the Theatre Royal, viewed from the stage. The 18th century Theatre Royal was externally rebuilt in 1970-72 to incorporate the adjacent

Background imageGeorgian Collection: The signs and lanterns of the Pump Room restaurant, Bath, Somerset, England

The signs and lanterns of the Pump Room restaurant, Bath, Somerset, England

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Clock dial a42_00120

Clock dial a42_00120
St Pauls Church, St Pauls Square, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham. The clock dial of St Pauls Church viewed from within the tower. Photographed in 1941

Background imageGeorgian Collection: England, Somerset, Bath, The Circus, Georgian Era Townhouses built between 1754 and 1768

England, Somerset, Bath, The Circus, Georgian Era Townhouses built between 1754 and 1768

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Georgia, Borjomi, famous mineral water resort, detail of the Persian Building

Georgia, Borjomi, famous mineral water resort, detail of the Persian Building

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Exeter Change, Westminster

Exeter Change, Westminster
Interior view of Politos Royal Menagerie, Exeter Change, Strand, Westminster, London, 1812

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Miseries of London, 1812

Miseries of London, 1812. A woman walking down Wapping Old Stairs being assailed by a group of watermen plying for trade. Two figures watch from a balcony

Background imageGeorgian Collection: William Hobson of Markfield, c1790. Artist: Henry Raeburn

William Hobson of Markfield, c1790. Artist: Henry Raeburn
William Hobson of Markfield, c1790. Painting held at the Victoria And Albert Museum, London. From The Connoisseur Volume LXXX. [The Connoisseur Ltd. London, 1928]

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Cartoon, 19th century coach at an inn

Cartoon, 19th century coach at an inn
Cartoon showing a 19th century coach arriving at an inn for a Christmas meal. The plump woman getting out of the coach wonders whether there will be any plum pudding left for her

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Pont du Maidan (Maidan Bridge), Tbilisi, Georgia

Pont du Maidan (Maidan Bridge), Tbilisi, Georgia
The Maidan ( Old City ) Bridge over the Mtkvari River at Tbilisi, the capital (and largest) city in Georgia formerly known as Tiflis

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Wwii: Potsdam Conference

Wwii: Potsdam Conference
WWII: POTSDAM CONFERENCE. Premier Joseph Stalin, President Harry S. Truman and Prime Minister Winston S. Churchill on the opening day of the Potsdam Conference: oil over a photograph, 17 July 1945

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Silhouette portraits of King George III and Queen Charlotte

Silhouette portraits of King George III and Queen Charlotte
Silhouette portraits of King George III (1738 - 1820) and his consort, Queen Charlotte painted in indian ink by their daughter Princess Elizabeth, who was an enthusiastic silhouette artist

Background imageGeorgian Collection: 1829 Silhouette William & Frank Buckland 1829 Silhouette William & Frank Buckland

1829 Silhouette William & Frank Buckland 1829 Silhouette William & Frank Buckland
Silhouette first produced by Auguste Edouart of " William Buckland and his Wife and Son Frank, Examining Bucklands Natural History Collection

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Georgian country folk with musical instruments

Georgian country folk with musical instruments
Georgia - Georgian country folk with musical instruments including a boy with a thin drum and a woman holding a stringed instrument, similar to a lute

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Georgia - Tbilisi - Botanical Gardens

Georgia - Tbilisi - Botanical Gardens
Botanical Gardens at Tbilisi, the capital (and largest) city in Georgia - formerly known as Tiflis. Located strategically at the crossroads between Europe and Asia

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Georgia - Tbilisi - A Tanner and Fur Hatter

Georgia - Tbilisi - A Tanner and Fur Hatter
Fur Hatter and tanner at Tbilisi, the capital (and largest) city in Georgia - formerly known as Tiflis. Located strategically at the crossroads between Europe and Asia

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Georgia - Tbilisi - Rue du Palais

Georgia - Tbilisi - Rue du Palais
Palace Street, Tbilisi - the capital (and largest) city in Georgia - formerly known as Tiflis. Located strategically at the crossroads between Europe and Asia

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Herring boats at St Ives, Cornwall

Herring boats at St Ives, Cornwall, stored in an open space close to the beach

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Workhouse Apprentices Handbill, Kendal, Westmorland

Workhouse Apprentices Handbill, Kendal, Westmorland
Copy of a handbill, thought to date from the 1820s, advertising the availability of boys and girls at the Kirkby, Kendal workhouse for being put out as parish apprentices

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Lancaster County Asylum, Quernmore Road, Lancaster

Lancaster County Asylum, Quernmore Road, Lancaster
The Lancaster County Lunatic Asylum was established at Quernmore Road, Lancaster Moor in 1816. It later became Lancaster County Mental Hospital and after 1948 was renamed Lancaster Moor Hospital

Background imageGeorgian Collection: England / Birkenhead

England / Birkenhead
A fine overview of Hamilton Square, Birkenhead, Merseyside

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Old & New Pipes / Heath

Old & New Pipes / Heath
The old way of smoking a pipe & the new way: an upright Georgian gent smokes his long stemmed clay pipe while a semi-recumbent Regency fop, puffs away on his hookah

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Fresh horses for a stagecoach

Fresh horses for a stagecoach
Bringing fresh horses out of the stable for a stagecoach at a posting inn

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Man falling off a broken chair at a dinner party

Man falling off a broken chair at a dinner party causing a servant to spill a soup tureen over him. Other guests shocked, servants amused. More Miseries

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Man being attacked by a parrot and cat in a drawing room

Man being attacked by a parrot and cat in a drawing room. More Miseries. Handcoloured copperplate engraving designed and etched by Thomas Rowlandson to accompany Reverend James Beresfords Miseries of

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Three soldiers in uniform parading outside a tavern

Three soldiers in uniform parading outside a tavern, while a barmaid and man laugh at them. Production at a Alehouse. Handcoloured copperplate engraving designed

Background imageGeorgian Collection: The Chelsea Bun-House, 1810, (c1876). Creator: Unknown

The Chelsea Bun-House, 1810, (c1876). Creator: Unknown
The Chelsea Bun-House, 1810, (c1876). The Chelsea Bun House sold Chelsea buns and hot cross buns at Easter, with patronage of Kings George II, George III and their families

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Lauderdale House, in 1820, (c1876). Creator: Unknown

Lauderdale House, in 1820, (c1876). Creator: Unknown
Lauderdale House, in 1820, (c1876). Lauderdale House in Waterlow Park, Highgate, originally built for Richard Martin (Lord Mayor of London) in 1582, converted to neoclassical style in 1760

Background imageGeorgian Collection: A common council beast, returning from a turtle feast, c1775

A common council beast, returning from a turtle feast, c1775. A drunken common councilman is escorted home by two watchmen

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Portrait of JMW Turner, c1827 (1904). Artist: Charles Turner

Portrait of JMW Turner, c1827 (1904). Artist: Charles Turner
Portrait of JMW Turner, c1827 (1904). A portrait of English landscape painter Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851) at the age of 25

Background imageGeorgian Collection: Portman Square, London, c1813 (1907)

Portman Square, London, c1813 (1907). Portman Square was originally laid out in the 1760s by Henry William Portman. Several prominent aristocrats had residences on the square




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"Exploring the Georgian Era: A Glimpse into Art, History, and Culture" Step back in time to the Georgian era with these captivating hints. Lawrence's portrait of the Duke of Wellington J040044 showcases a legendary figure who shaped history. Marvel at the intricate details in the engraving of Marble Hill House J900203, a stunning architectural gem from that period. Delve into illicit activities with Landseer's The Illicit Highland Whisky Still J040064, a glimpse into secret operations during those times. Jervas' masterpiece Elizabeth and Henrietta Finch J030048 captures the elegance and grace women. Nature lovers will be enchanted by Constable's Hampstead Heath with Pond and Bathers K040850, an idyllic scene that transports you to peaceful landscapes. Smeatons Tower N080736 stands tall as a testament to engineering brilliance during this era. Relive historic battles through Allan's The Battle of Waterloo J040105, where heroes clashed on the battlefield. Gainsborough's Countess Howe J880100 exudes aristocratic charm while Greyhounds coursing a Fox J920623 depicts thrilling hunting scenes. Discover great minds like Charles Darwin (aged six) and Catherine in Sharples' captivating painting K971925. Admire delicate flowers in A Group of Auriculas or get lost in Miss Murray's beauty portrayed by Lawrence in his artwork J910513. The Georgian era captivates us with its artistry, historical significance, and cultural richness. Step into this enchanting world through these remarkable glimpses from different facets of life during that time.