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Butcher Row, Whitechapel in 1850 J000141




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Butcher Row, Whitechapel in 1850 J000141

MAYSON BEETON COLLECTION. Engraving showing shops and shoppers on " Butcher Row, Whitechapel" London. Illustration of about 1850 by ARCHER

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18x24 inch Poster Print

Introducing the captivating "Butcher Row, Whitechapel in 1850" poster print from the Media Storehouse and Historic England Photo Library. This intriguing piece of history, with the reference number J000141, transports you back in time to the bustling streets of Whitechapel, London. Originally an engraving from the Mayson Beeton Collection, this illustration showcases the vibrant atmosphere of Butcher Row in the mid-19th century. Shopkeepers and shoppers engage in their daily activities, creating a striking snapshot of London's rich history. Bring the charm of the past into your home or workspace with this beautifully detailed and authentic print, perfect for history enthusiasts, interior designers, or anyone looking to add a touch of nostalgia to their surroundings. The Media Storehouse's high-quality poster prints are sure to impress with their vivid colors, crisp lines, and archival-grade materials, ensuring your investment is a long-lasting one. Experience the allure of the past with this exquisite "Butcher Row, Whitechapel in 1850" poster print.

Poster prints are budget friendly enlarged prints in standard poster paper sizes. Printed on 150 gsm Matte Paper for a natural feel and supplied rolled in a tube. Great for framing and should last many years. To clean wipe with a microfiber, non-abrasive cloth or napkin. Our Archival Quality Photo Prints and Fine Art Paper Prints are printed on higher quality paper and the choice of which largely depends on your budget.

Poster prints are budget friendly enlarged prints in standard poster paper sizes (A0, A1, A2, A3 etc). Whilst poster paper is sometimes thinner and less durable than our other paper types, they are still ok for framing and should last many years. Our Archival Quality Photo Prints and Fine Art Paper Prints are printed on higher quality paper and the choice of which largely depends on your budget.

Estimated Product Size is 61.6cm x 46.3cm (24.3" x 18.2")

These are individually made so all sizes are approximate

Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) orientation to match the source image.


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Butcher Row, Whitechapel in 1850: A Vibrant Scene of Everyday Life in Victorian London This enchanting engraving, titled "Butcher Row, Whitechapel," transport us back in time to the bustling streets of Victorian London around 1850. The image, part of the Mayson Beeton Collection held by Historic England Photo Library, was created by the skilled hand of Archer. Butcher Row, located in the heart of Whitechapel, was renowned for its bustling marketplace and thriving butcher shops. The engraving captures the essence of this bustling commercial district, with rows of shops and stalls selling an array of meats, fruits, and vegetables. The butchers, dressed in their white aprons and hats, can be seen busily preparing and selling their wares to a diverse crowd of shoppers. The scene is filled with intriguing details that offer a glimpse into the daily life of Londoners during this period. Street vendors hawk their goods, children play in the streets, and horse-drawn carriages make their way through the crowded thoroughfare. The architecture of the buildings, with their ornate facades and intricate brickwork, adds to the visual richness of the image. Despite the hustle and bustle, a sense of community and connection is palpable in this Victorian-era scene. Shoppers engage in animated conversations with the butchers, haggling over prices or sharing recipes. The butchers, in turn, offer friendly banter and advice, creating a lively and engaging atmosphere. This engraving offers a fascinating glimpse into the past, providing a window into the vibrant and bustling world of Butcher Row, Whitechapel, in Victorian London.

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