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Brickworks Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 6 pictures in our Brickworks collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Uxbridge, c1910
Uxbridge, c1910
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London going out of Town - or The March of Bricks and Mortar, 1829. Artist: George Cruikshank
London going out of Town - or The March of Bricks and Mortar, 1829. Artist: George Cruikshank
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Young girl tending the fire holes of a brick kiln, 1871
Young girl tending the fire holes of a brick kiln, 1871
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Building of the Tower of Babel, 1716
Building of the Tower of Babel, 1716
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Brickfield, 1808. Artist: William Henry Pyne
Brickfield, 1808. Artist: William Henry Pyne
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Children carrying loads of clay in the brickyards of the English Midlands, 1871
Children carrying loads of clay in the brickyards of the English Midlands, 1871
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London going out of Town - or The March of Bricks and Mortar, 1829. Artist: George Cruikshank Featured Image

London going out of Town - or The March of Bricks and Mortar, 1829. Artist: George Cruikshank

London going out of Town - or The March of Bricks and Mortar, 1829. The expansion of London, showing the eating up of green field sites and the impact of pollution from the city and from brickworks. The Industrial Revolution led to rapid urban growth, as workers flocked from the countryside to the cities in search of employment in the expanding new industries. London's population increased from around 1 million in 1800 to 6 million by 1900

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