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Charles Green Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 9 pictures in our Charles Green collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Girl I Left behind Me, 1880, (c1902). Creator: Unknown
The Girl I Left behind Me, 1880, (c1902). Creator: Unknown
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The Nassau balloon passing over Liege at night, 1836, (1886)
The Nassau balloon passing over Liege at night, 1836, (1886)
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Ascent of Mr Green's Balloon, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Ascent of Mr Green's Balloon, 1845. Creator: Unknown
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Mr. Green in the Albion Balloon, Having Ascended from Vauxhall Gardens, August 12, 1842
Mr. Green in the Albion Balloon, Having Ascended from Vauxhall Gardens, August 12, 1842
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Barnaby Rudge Helping Lead the Gordon Riots, 1884. Creator: Charles Green (British, 1840-1898)
Barnaby Rudge Helping Lead the Gordon Riots, 1884. Creator: Charles Green (British, 1840-1898)
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A Fascinating Volume, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
A Fascinating Volume, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
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Something Wrong Somewhere, c1850. Artist: Charles Green
Something Wrong Somewhere, c1850. Artist: Charles Green
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Dr Johnson and Boswell in Fleet Street, (1884).Artist: Charles Green
Dr Johnson and Boswell in Fleet Street, (1884).Artist: Charles Green
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Scene from Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, (London c1870). Artist: Charles Green
Scene from Great Expectations by Charles Dickens, (London c1870). Artist: Charles Green
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Ascent of Mr Green's Balloon, 1845. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Ascent of Mr Green's Balloon, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Ascent of Mr Green's Balloon, 1845. On Monday evening, Mr. [Charles] Green made a very beautiful ascent in his monster Nassau Balloon, from the grounds of Cremorne House, Chelsea [in London], which were crowded with company to witness the spectacle. There was on the occasion of this ascent some novelty to attract the spectators and to amuse them. In addition to Mr. Green...there was amongst the "intrepid aeronauts" the celebrated Mr. Thomas Matthews, the Clown of Drury Lane Theatre, who immediately before the ascent favoured his companions in the car, and the thousands of persons who surrounded it, with the favourite ballad of "Hot Codlins". Mr. Matthews was equipped in full theatrical costume; the rest of the party in clothes more appropriate for an aerial trip'. From "Illustrated London News", 1845, Vol VII

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