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Roofs of London.
William Lionel Wyllie (1851-1931) was born into an artistic family. He is well-known today as a splendid maritime artist. He painted a number of...
River scene showing barges and crane.
One of John Herbert Barnard Everett's (1876-1949) many scenes of the River Thames. This one shows barges being unloaded.
River scene on the Thames, possibly the Albert Dock.
Wyllie was a renowned London-born seapainter. As well as marine paintings, Wyllie also painted ship portraits, and especially pictures of...
Royal visit to the
and passage down the Thames to Sheerness and Chatham.
The royal visit to the 'Tiger' and passage down the Thames to Sheerness and Chatham. Graphite and grey wash drawing by Willem Van de Velde, The...
Ruins of a mosque on the beach at Jumbe la Mtwana, Kenya.
The 13th-century ruins of Jumbe la Mtwana lie about 50 km north of Mombasa. The mosque on the beach is one of two mosques discovered at the...
Scenes in London docks.
A selection of sketches by Cooke depicting scenes in the port of London. At the top of the page is a hulk - an old ship converted into a floating...
Sailing vessels on the lower Thames.
W. L. Wyllie was born in London, but is most closely associated with Rochester and the Medway, and later with Portsmouth. He was born into an...
Regent's Canal, London.
An atmospheric engraving after a work by the celebrated artist Peter De Wint (1784-1849), more known for his landscapes. The Regent's Canal was built...
Reception of Her Royal Highness - the Princesse of Orange as queene of great Brittain.
The reception of Her Royal Highness the Princess of Orange as Queen of Great Britain at Gravesend.
Portuguese architecture at Goa.
The Basilica of Bom Jesus, Old Goa. From the sixteenth century to the nineteenth century, Goa was the capital of the Portuguese eastern empire...
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