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Choose from 320 pictures in our Audience collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


A man seated in a chair on a stepped platform holds an audience, two pointing men stan Featured Print

A man seated in a chair on a stepped platform holds an audience, two pointing men stan

A man seated in a chair on a stepped platform holds an audience, two pointing men stand in the foreground, from a series of five illustrations after Jacques Philippe Joseph de Saint-Quentin for 'The mad day, or the marriage of Figaro' (La Folle journee, ou le mariage de Figaro) by Pierre Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais, ca. 1784.

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Opening of the New Theatre Royal, Manchester, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Print

Opening of the New Theatre Royal, Manchester, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Opening of the New Theatre Royal, Manchester, 1845. Interior view of a packed house. 'The architects of the new Theatre are Messrs. Irwin and Chester, of Manchester...The audience part of the house consists of a pit floor and four tiers, of which three tiers extend round to the stage, and the fourth is a central space abstracted from within the roof of the building. On the floor are the orchestra, the stalls, and the pit. The first tier is the dress circle; the second, the upper circle; the third, the gallery in the centre, and side upper boxes and the fourth, the upper gallery. The dress circle and two upper circles are supported by large cast iron beams, ten in each circle, and by as many cast-iron pillars, not brought to the front, but standing some distance back, so that the circles have the appearance of hanging balconies. The upper gallery has six similar beams beneath its flooring'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII.

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'May Meetings' in the Metropolis - interior of Exeter Hall, 1844 Featured Print

"May Meetings" in the Metropolis - interior of Exeter Hall, 1844

"May Meetings" in the Metropolis - interior of Exeter Hall, 1844. Exeter Hall in the Strand, London: ...herein are held several anniversaries during the month of May. Our engraving represents one of these impressive reunions...The Great Hall is 90 feet broad, 138 in length, and 48 high, and is lighted by 18 large windows. It will hold 3000 persons with comfort, and 4000 crowded. The platform, at the east end, shown in our engraving, will accommodate 500 persons, and is fenced from the rest of the hall by a railing, within which is seated the chairman, surrounded by persons influential in convening the meeting, officers of the Society, &c. On very attractive occasions, the hall is crowded long before the proceedings commence, and ladies are to be seen at the doors early in the morning, waiting till the hour of opening'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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