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London, a pilgrimage

Author: Blanchard Jerrold; Gustave Doré
Publisher: [New York], [B. Blom], [1968]
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"London in the middle of the 1800s was a subject endlessly sketched by artists, studied by social reformers, and discussed by writers. This comprehensive collection of drawings by Gustave Doré, France's most celebrated graphic artist of the period, presents a panoramic portrait of that engrossing city -- from fashionable ladies riding in a sunlit park to ragged wretches in a shadowy side street. Here are amazingly  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Art
In art
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jerrold, Blanchard, 1826-1884.
London, a pilgrimage.
[New York, B. Blom, 1968]
(OCoLC)741481327
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Blanchard Jerrold; Gustave Doré
OCLC Number: 400656
Notes: Reprint of the 1872 ed.
Description: xii, 191 pages illustrations 35 cm
Contents: London Bridge --
The Busy River-side --
The Docks --
Above Bridge to Westminster --
All London at a Boat Race --
The Race --
The Derby --
London on the Downs --
the West End --
In the Season --
By the Abbey --
London Under Green Leaves --
With the Beasts --
Work-a-day London --
Humble Industries --
The Town of Malt --
Under Lock and Key --
Whitechapel and Thereabouts --
In the Market Places --
London at Play --
London Charities. Table of Illustrations: Half title: Father Thames --
Whittington at Highgate --
A Morning Ride --
The Row --
Greenwich-In the Season --
A Greenwich Boat Traveller --
The Docks-The Concordia --
The Tide of Business in the City --
Resting on the Bridge --
Hampstead Heath in the Olden Time --
The British Lion --
London Stone --
Hayboats on the Thames --
Tower of London --
The Two Pilgrims at Highgate --
Victoria Tower --
London Bridge, 1872 --
London Bridge, 1694 --
The Houses of Parliament by Night --
A Waterman's Family --
A River Side Street --
Porters at Work --
Warehouses by the Thames --
A City Thoroughfare --
Pickle Herring Street --
Dark House Lane-Billingsgate --
Bull Dogs --
Inside the Docks --
The Great Warehouse-St. Katherine's Dock --
St. Katherine's Dock --
Poplar Dock --
The Docks-Night Scene --
Limehouse Dock --
Between Bridges --
Victoria Embankment --
Lavendar Girl --
Orange Woman --
Lemonade Vendor --
In the Abbey-Westminster --
Lambeth Gas Works --
Lambeth Potteries --
The Devil's Acre--Westminster --
Hansom Cab --
Westminster Stairs--Steamers Leaving --
Perched in the Trees --
The Limes--Mortlake --
Flower Girls --
The River Bank--Under the Trees --
Barnes Bridge --
The Race --
The Crews --
The Oysterman --
Putney Bridge--The Return --
Barnes Common--Calling the Carriages --
A Penny Sweepstake --
A Balcony Scene --
Provincials in Search of Lodgings --
A Sale at Tattersall's --
On the Road --
At Lunch --
Bible Hawker --
Refreshments by the Way --
The Noble Art --
A Sketch on the Downs --
The Derby--Tattenham Corner --
Outside the Ring --
Three Sticks a Penny --
The Winner --
A Block on the Road --
Finish of the Race --
Trial of Strength --
Returning Home --
Amenities of the Road --
Caught in the Branches --
A Chiswick Fete --
The Christy Minstrels --
The Horse Guards --
The Stalls--Covent Garden Opera --
The West End Dog Fancier --
The Fly Paper Merchant --
The Drive --
Buckingham Gate --
The Ladies Mile --
The Bear Pit--Zoological Gardens --
Home--From Holland House --
Holland House--A Garden Party --
A Wedding at the Abbey --
The Goldsmiths at Dinner --
The Early Riser --
Dean's Yard, Wesstminster --
Westminster Abbey--Confirmation of Westminster Boys --
Westminster--The Round of the Abbey --
Westminster Abbey--The Choir --
The Fountain--Broad Sanctuary --
Under the Trees--Regent's Park --
Hyde Prk Corner--Piccadilly Entrance --
St. James's Park--Feeding the Ducks --
Afternoon in the Park --
The Great Tree--Kensington Gardens --
Hyde Park Corner--The Row --
The Animated Sandwich --
The Opera --
Zoological Gardens--Sunday Promenade --
Zoological Gardens--The Parrot Walk --
Zoological Gardens--The Monkey House --
The Flower Hawker --
The Workmen's Train --
Advertising Board-man --
Warehousing in the City --
Orange Court--Drury Lane --
Bishopsgate Street --
Broken Down --
Ludgate Hill--A Block in the Street --
The Monument to George Peabody --
The Match Seller --
Over London--By Rail --
Roofless! --
The Royal Exchange --
Coffee Stall--Early Morning --
The Rag Merchant's Home--Coulston Street, Whitechapel --
Jewish Butchers Aldgate --
Wentworth Street, Whitechapel --
The Old Clothesman --
A Flower Girl --
Houndsditch --
The Ginger Beer Man --
In the Brewery --
Mixing the Malt --
St. Paul's from the Brewery Bridge --
The Great Vats --
Brewer's Men --
Brewer's Dray --
The Turnkey --
Newgate--Exercise Yard --
Thieves Gambling --
Bluegate Fields --
Whitechapel Refreshments --
A Whitechapel Coffee House --
Asleep in the Streets --
Waifs and Strays --
Scripture Reader in a Night Refuge --
A House of Refuge--In the Bath --
The Bull's-eye --
Whitechapel--A Shady Place --
Opium Smoking--The Lascar's Room in "Edwin Drood" --
Turn Him Out!--Ratcliff --
Coffee Shop--Petticoat Lane --
Billingsgate--Early Morning --
Columbia Market --
Billingsgate--Opening of the Market --
Billingsgate--Landing the Fish --
Borough Market --
Covnet Garden Market--Early Morning --
Gloucester Street, New Cut--Old Clothes Mart --
Off Billingsgate --
Hardware Dealer, Seven Dials --
The Butcher--Newport Market Alley --
At Evans's --
Hampstead Heath --
Home from Hampton Court Races --
The Penny Gaff --
Penny Gaff Frequenters --
Blondin at Shoreditch --
Lord's --
Croquet --
A Ball at the Mansion House --
The Milkwoman --
Tje Organ in the Court --
A Cold Resting Place --
Punch and Judy --
Asleep Under the Stars --
The Angel and the Orphan --
Marlborough House--Expecting the Prince --
Refuge--Applying for Admittance --
Found on the Street --
Under the Arches --
The New Zealander --
Infant Hospital Patients.
Responsibility: [by] Gustave Doré and Blanchard Jerrold.

Abstract:

"London in the middle of the 1800s was a subject endlessly sketched by artists, studied by social reformers, and discussed by writers. This comprehensive collection of drawings by Gustave Doré, France's most celebrated graphic artist of the period, presents a panoramic portrait of that engrossing city -- from fashionable ladies riding in a sunlit park to ragged wretches in a shadowy side street. Here are amazingly perceptive sketches of workaday London, busy market places, the Christy Minstrels, a waterman's family, thieves gambling, the Devils' Acre in Westminster, flower girls, waifs and strays, a wedding at the Abbey, provincials in search of lodgings, a garden party, prisoners in the Newgate exercise yard, stalls at Covent Garden Opera House, and many other scenes that capture the London of a bygone era." Barnes&Noble website

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