Mariusz Stanisławczyk

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Nearly 300 spectacular photographs of Londons lost buildings from the London Metropolitan Archive in Panoramic format. Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buidings, s

Nearly 300 spectacular photographs of Londons lost buildings from the London Metropolitan Archive in Panoramic format. Tudor, Georgian and Victorian buidings, s

Types of medieval window design what if I can do the same for page with SF Victorians? No need o sketch all buildings, just interesting architectural parts!

Types of medieval window design what if I can do the same for page with SF Victorians? No need o sketch all buildings, just interesting architectural parts!

table_console_table_American_Victorian_035912B-01.jpg (JPEG Image, 2676 × 1920 pixels) - Scaled (39%)

table_console_table_American_Victorian_035912B-01.jpg (JPEG Image, 2676 × 1920 pixels) - Scaled (39%)

"London Night" by Harold Burdekin (1934) from Spitalfields Life - George Street, Strand

"London Night" by Harold Burdekin (1934) from Spitalfields Life - George Street, Strand

"London Night" by Harold Burdekin (1934) from Spitalfields Life - East End Riverside

"London Night" by Harold Burdekin (1934) from Spitalfields Life - East End Riverside

Marshalsea Prison.Dickens kept the secret of his father’s imprisonment from the public, telling only a few very close friends. His experience of visiting his family was reflected in the tale of Little Dorrit. In this novel Little Dorrit’s father was imprisoned in Marshalsea and the fictionalised struggle bore great weight in Dickens’s lifelong campaign for social reform.Dickens' London

Marshalsea Prison.Dickens kept the secret of his father’s imprisonment from the public, telling only a few very close friends. His experience of visiting his family was reflected in the tale of Little Dorrit. In this novel Little Dorrit’s father was imprisoned in Marshalsea and the fictionalised struggle bore great weight in Dickens’s lifelong campaign for social reform.Dickens' London

Millers Court

Millers Court

Commercial Street, Spitalfields, c. 1908. To the left you can see the Britannia pub on the corner of Dorset Street which was frequented by Mary Jane Kelly. The Britannia was demolished in 1929.

Commercial Street, Spitalfields, c. 1908. To the left you can see the Britannia pub on the corner of Dorset Street which was frequented by Mary Jane Kelly. The Britannia was demolished in 1929.

***** Jean-Baptiste-Claude SÉNÉ ~ Pair of bergères (armchairs) ~1789, Paris | These two bergères belonged originally to a set designed to furnish the 'salon de compagnie' (reception room) of Madame Elisabeth (1764-1794), the sister of Louis XVI, at the Château de Montreuil (Versailles). This furniture set was one of the last to be delivered to the Royal Furniture Repository before the French Revolution. Now in the Grand Cabinet du Dauphin | Versailles

***** Jean-Baptiste-Claude SÉNÉ ~ Pair of bergères (armchairs) ~1789, Paris | These two bergères belonged originally to a set designed to furnish the 'salon de compagnie' (reception room) of Madame Elisabeth (1764-1794), the sister of Louis XVI, at the Château de Montreuil (Versailles). This furniture set was one of the last to be delivered to the Royal Furniture Repository before the French Revolution. Now in the Grand Cabinet du Dauphin | Versailles

004214:Tuthill Stairs The Close Newcastle upon Tyne 1879

004214:Tuthill Stairs The Close Newcastle upon Tyne 1879