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Covent Garden Collection

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: The Caution, Covent Garden Theatre, 1828

The Caution, Covent Garden Theatre, 1828
The Caution, Covent Garden Theatre, pub. 1828 (hand coloured engraving)

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: 1960 Vauxhall Cresta Friary estate in Covent Garden fruit market. Creator: Unknown

1960 Vauxhall Cresta Friary estate in Covent Garden fruit market. Creator: Unknown
1960 Vauxhall Cresta Friary estate in Covent Garden fruit market

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: An Old Coachmakers Shop in Long Acre, (1881). Creator: Unknown

An Old Coachmakers Shop in Long Acre, (1881). Creator: Unknown
An Old Coachmakers Shop in Long Acre, (1881). Premises of Hatchett & Co, coachbuilders at Covent Garden in London. John Hatchetts company (c1750-1870)

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Royal Opera House Covent Garden, London, Mid of the 19th century. Creator: Wood, J.T

Royal Opera House Covent Garden, London, Mid of the 19th century. Creator: Wood, J.T. (active Mid of the 19th cen.)
Royal Opera House Covent Garden, London, Mid of the 19th century. Private Collection

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Christmas Trees in Covent Garden Market, 1854. Creator: Edmund Evans

Christmas Trees in Covent Garden Market, 1854. Creator: Edmund Evans
Christmas Trees in Covent Garden Market, 1854. People buying Christmas trees in London. From "Illustrated London News", 1854

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Dudley Street, Seven Dials, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

Dudley Street, Seven Dials, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
Dudley Street, Seven Dials, 1872. Busy street scene at the Seven Dials in Covent Garden. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold. [Grant and Co

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort at the Royal Italian Opera, 1849, (1901). Creator: Unknown

Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort at the Royal Italian Opera, 1849, (1901). Creator: Unknown
Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort at the Royal Italian Opera, 1849, (1901). The Queen (1819-1901) and her husband Prince Albert (1819-1861) at the theatre in Covent Garden, London

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Mr. Davies Shop, Russell Street, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Mr. Davies Shop, Russell Street, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Mr. Davies Shop, Russell Street, (1881). The bookshop of bookseller and author Thomas Davies (c1713-1785) at Russell Street in Covent Garden, London

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Turners House in Maiden Lane, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Turners House in Maiden Lane, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Turners House in Maiden Lane, (1881). The birthplace of painter JMW Turner (1775-1851) in Maiden Lane, Covent Garden, London. Turner was born above his fathers barber shop at number 21

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Macklins House, Tavistock Row, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Macklins House, Tavistock Row, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Macklins House, Tavistock Row, (1881). The house of actor Charles Macklin (1690-1797) at Tavistock Row, Covent Garden, London

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Interior of Covent Garden Theatre in 1804, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Interior of Covent Garden Theatre in 1804, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Interior of Covent Garden Theatre in 1804, (1881). A performance on the stage at the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, London

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Noctes Ambrosionae, Gallery Of The Old Mogul, 1906-07. Creator: Walter Richard Sickert

Noctes Ambrosionae, Gallery Of The Old Mogul, 1906-07. Creator: Walter Richard Sickert
Noctes Ambrosionae, Gallery Of The Old Mogul, 1906-07. The crowded gallery at the Middlesex Music Hall, also known as the The Old Mogul Tavern, Drury Lane or the The Old Mo, seen from below

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Morning: The Four Times of the Day, March 25, 1738. Creator: William Hogarth

Morning: The Four Times of the Day, March 25, 1738. Creator: William Hogarth
Morning: The Four Times of the Day, March 25, 1738

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: A Rakes Progress, Plate 6, June 25, 1735. Creator: William Hogarth

A Rakes Progress, Plate 6, June 25, 1735. Creator: William Hogarth
A Rakes Progress, Plate 6, June 25, 1735

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Benefit Ticket for Walker, ca. 1735. Creator: Unknown

Benefit Ticket for Walker, ca. 1735. Creator: Unknown
Benefit Ticket for Walker, ca. 1735

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Benefit Ticket for Joe Miller, 1790s. Creator: Unknown

Benefit Ticket for Joe Miller, 1790s. Creator: Unknown
Benefit Ticket for Joe Miller, 1790s

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Piazza in Covent Garden, ca. 1647. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar

Piazza in Covent Garden, ca. 1647. Creator: Wenceslaus Hollar
Piazza in Covent Garden, ca. 1647

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Box Lobby Loungers, January 5, 1811. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

Box Lobby Loungers, January 5, 1811. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Box Lobby Loungers, January 5, 1811

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Pizzaro a New Play or the Drury-Lane Masquerade, June 11, 1799. Creator: Unknown

Pizzaro a New Play or the Drury-Lane Masquerade, June 11, 1799. Creator: Unknown
Pizzaro a New Play or the Drury-Lane Masquerade, June 11, 1799

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: The Rival Richards, or Sheakspear in Danger, May 18, 1814. Creator: William Heath

The Rival Richards, or Sheakspear in Danger, May 18, 1814. Creator: William Heath
The Rival Richards, or Sheakspear in Danger, May 18, 1814

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: A Perfect Description of the Firework in Covent Garden that was perform d at the Charge

A Perfect Description of the Firework in Covent Garden that was perform d at the Charge of the Gentry and other inhabitans of that Parish for ye joyfull returan [sic] of His Ma[jes]tie from His

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Trade card for George Odell, Printer, 19th century. Creator: Anon

Trade card for George Odell, Printer, 19th century. Creator: Anon
Trade card for George Odell, Printer, 19th century

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: The Westminster Deserter Drum d Out of The Regiment, May 18, 1784. May 18, 1784

The Westminster Deserter Drum d Out of The Regiment, May 18, 1784. May 18, 1784
The Westminster Deserter Drum d Out of The Regiment, May 18, 1784

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Madam Blubbers Last Shift or The Aerostatic Dilly, April 29, 1784. April 29, 1784

Madam Blubbers Last Shift or The Aerostatic Dilly, April 29, 1784. April 29, 1784
Madam Blubbers Last Shift or The Aerostatic Dilly, April 29, 1784

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Quae Genus Committed, with a Riotous Dancing Party, to the Watch-House, from '

Quae Genus Committed, with a Riotous Dancing Party, to the Watch-House, from " The History of Johnny Quae Genus, The Little Foundling of the Late Doctor Syntax", November 1, 1821

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: The Covent Garden Night Mare, April 20, 1784. April 20, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

The Covent Garden Night Mare, April 20, 1784. April 20, 1784. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
The Covent Garden Night Mare, April 20, 1784

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Four Scenes from Cries of London Series: Heres your Potatoes

Four Scenes from Cries of London Series: Heres your Potatoes
Four Scenes from " Cries of London" Series: Heres your Potatoes...; Buy my Moss Roses...; Light your Honor; Pray Remember the Blind, August 1, 1801

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: An Old Member on his Road to the House of Commons, September 1, 1802. September 1, 1802

An Old Member on his Road to the House of Commons, September 1, 1802. September 1, 1802
An Old Member on his Road to the House of Commons, September 1, 1802

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Buy My Moss Roses, or Dainty Sweet briar, 1811. 1811. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson

Buy My Moss Roses, or Dainty Sweet briar, 1811. 1811. Creator: Thomas Rowlandson
Buy My Moss Roses, or Dainty Sweet briar, 1811

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: At Evans s, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

At Evans s, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
At Evans s, 1872. Stage performance at Evans Music and Supper Rooms in Covent Garden, former home of Sir Thomas Killigrew. From, " LONDON

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: The Stalls - Covent Garden Opera, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

The Stalls - Covent Garden Opera, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
The Stalls-Covent Garden Opera, 1872.The audience are seated at the Covent Garden Opera House designed by E.M. Barry. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Orange Court - Drury Lane, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

Orange Court - Drury Lane, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
Orange Court-Drury Lane, 1872. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold. [Grant and Co. 72-78, Turnmill Street, E.C. 1872]

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Inigo Jones, (1573-1652), 1830. Creator: Unknown

Inigo Jones, (1573-1652), 1830. Creator: Unknown
Inigo Jones, (1573-1652), 1830. Inigo Jones (1573-1652) English architect who employed Vitruvian rules of proportion and symmetry to his buildings which include the Banqueting House at Whitehall

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Theatre Royal Covent Garden, c. 1830. Creator: Shepherd, Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864)

Theatre Royal Covent Garden, c. 1830. Creator: Shepherd, Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864)
Theatre Royal Covent Garden, c. 1830. Private Collection

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Scene from the Covent Garden Pantomime, 1878. Creator: David Henry Friston

Scene from the Covent Garden Pantomime, 1878. Creator: David Henry Friston
Scene from the Covent Garden Pantomime, 1878. Actors on stage during a performance at Covent Garden in London. From " The Illustrated London News", 12 January 1878

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Piazza in Covent Garden, 18th century, (1925). Creator: Unknown

Piazza in Covent Garden, 18th century, (1925). Creator: Unknown
Piazza in Covent Garden, 18th century, (1925). View of St Pauls Church, Covent Garden, Westminster, London, designed by Inigo Jones and completed in 1633

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Covent Garden at Mid-Day, 1738, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth

Covent Garden at Mid-Day, 1738, (1925). Creator: William Hogarth
Covent Garden at Mid-Day, 1738, (1925). William Hogarths Noon (Four Times of The Day) sets the lives of the English working classes against the aristocracy

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Interior of Drury Lane Theatre, 1795, (1948). Creator: Edward Dayes

Interior of Drury Lane Theatre, 1795, (1948). Creator: Edward Dayes
Interior of Drury Lane Theatre, 1795 (1948). Grade I listed building in Covent Garden, London, England. From " The British Theatre", by Bernard Miles. [Collins, London, 1948]

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: St Pauls Church, Covent Garden, c1951. Creator: Shirley Markham

St Pauls Church, Covent Garden, c1951. Creator: Shirley Markham
St Pauls Church, Covent Garden, c1951. West entrance of the Actors church in Covent Garden, London, which was designed by Inigo Jones and completed in 1633

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: The Scotch National Church, Crown Court, (1881). Creator: Unknown

The Scotch National Church, Crown Court, (1881). Creator: Unknown
The Scotch National Church, Crown Court, (1881). Crown Court Church, named after a small courtyard nearby, was established near Covent Garden in London in 1711

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: The Old Room at Evans s. (1881). Creator: Unknown

The Old Room at Evans s. (1881). Creator: Unknown
The Old Room at Evans s. (1881). Interior at Evanss Hotel and Supper Rooms at King Street in Covent Garden, London. Originally known as the Thomas Archer House, it was built by Thomas Archer in 1712

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Covent Garden Theatre: Front in 1850, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Covent Garden Theatre: Front in 1850, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Covent Garden Theatre: Front in 1850, (1881). The facade of the Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, London. The second theatre

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Richs Glory, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Richs Glory, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Richs Glory, (1881). Richs Glory or his Triumphant Entry into Covent-Garden, c1732. A satire on director and theatre manager John Richs new Theatre Royal in Covent Garden, Westminster, London

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Interior of Drury Lane Theatre, 1804, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Interior of Drury Lane Theatre, 1804, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Interior of Drury Lane Theatre, 1804, (1881). View from the stage of the third Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in Covent Garden, designed by Henry Holland and opened on 12 March 1794

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Front of Old Drury Lane Theatre, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Front of Old Drury Lane Theatre, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Front of Old Drury Lane Theatre, (1881). View of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, in Covent Garden. The facade on Bridges Street, added in 1775, gave the theatre its first on-street entrance

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Ivy Bridge Lane, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Ivy Bridge Lane, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Ivy Bridge Lane, (1881). Street off the Strand in Westminster, London, named after a former ivy-covered bridge that crossed an old watercourse nearby

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: Covent Garden Market, Looking Eastward, (1881). Creator: Unknown

Covent Garden Market, Looking Eastward, (1881). Creator: Unknown
Covent Garden Market, Looking Eastward, (1881). Londons main fruit and vegetable market was established on the site of an old convent garden

Background imageCovent Garden Collection: The Cock and Magpie, Drury Lane, (1881). Creator: Unknown

The Cock and Magpie, Drury Lane, (1881). Creator: Unknown
The Cock and Magpie, Drury Lane, (1881). Pub in Covent Garden, London, where Nell Gwynne is reputed to have had lodgings. From Old and New London: A Narrative of Its History, Its People



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