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Kensington Gardens Collection

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: View of Kensington Palace in London, 1751. Creator: Fabr. Parr

View of Kensington Palace in London, 1751. Creator: Fabr. Parr
View of Kensington Palace in London, 1751

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: View of Kensington Palace in London, 1751. Creator: Fabr. Parr

View of Kensington Palace in London, 1751. Creator: Fabr. Parr
View of Kensington Palace in London, 1751

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Band of the Royal Horse-Guards, Blue Playing in Kensington-Gardens, 1856. Creator: Unknown

The Band of the Royal Horse-Guards, Blue Playing in Kensington-Gardens, 1856. Creator: Unknown
The Band of the Royal Horse-Guards, Blue Playing in Kensington-Gardens, [London], 1856....the band of the Blues again played in Kensington Gardens

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Palace, Where The Queen Was Born, As It Appeared in 1831, (c1897). Creator: Unknown

Kensington Palace, Where The Queen Was Born, As It Appeared in 1831, (c1897). Creator: Unknown
Kensington Palace, Where The Queen Was Born, As It Appeared in 1831, (c1897). Birthplace of Queen Victoria. From "The Queen's Resolve and Her Doubly Royal Reign of Sixty Years"

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Gardens - New Gates, Bayswater-Road, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Kensington Gardens - New Gates, Bayswater-Road, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Kensington Gardens - New Gates, Bayswater-Road, 1854. Park entrance in London. Gates giving...access to the pedestrian from the Bayswater-road

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Gardens - the Coalbrookdale Gates, Rotten Row, 1854. Creator: Unknown

Kensington Gardens - the Coalbrookdale Gates, Rotten Row, 1854. Creator: Unknown
Kensington Gardens - the Coalbrookdale Gates, Rotten Row, 1854. Cast iron gates made by the Coalbrookdale Company for the Great Exhibition of 1851, installed at park entrance, London

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Palace at the time of Victoria, (1901). Creator: Unknown

Kensington Palace at the time of Victoria, (1901). Creator: Unknown
Kensington Palace at the time of Victoria, (1901). View of Kensington Palace in London during the reign of Queen Victoria (1837-1901)

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Portion of the State Ceremonial on the Upper Terrace of the Horticultural Society's Gardens, 1862

Portion of the State Ceremonial on the Upper Terrace of the Horticultural Society's Gardens, 1862. Creator: Unknown
Portion of the State Ceremonial on the Upper Terrace of the Horticultural Society's Gardens, [South Kensington, London], 1862

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The International Exhibition: the chairmen of the juries... 1862. Creator: Mason Jackson

The International Exhibition: the chairmen of the juries... 1862. Creator: Mason Jackson
The International Exhibition: the chairmen of the juries delivering the awards to Earl Granville, 1862. Engraving from a photograph by the London Stereoscopic Company

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The International Exhibition: entrance to the Horticultural Society's Gardens from the... 1862

The International Exhibition: entrance to the Horticultural Society's Gardens from the... 1862. Creator: Unknown
The International Exhibition: entrance to the Horticultural Society's Gardens from the Exhibition Building, 1862. The International Exhibition was a world's fair held from 1 May to 1 November

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The proposed road through Hyde Park to the International Exhibition, 1862. Creator: Unknown

The proposed road through Hyde Park to the International Exhibition, 1862. Creator: Unknown
The proposed road through Hyde Park to the International Exhibition, [London], 1862. The vexed question of the approaches to the Exhibition building still seems to be far from a satisfactory

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: UK, London, Jap Pavilion, Serp Gall, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies

UK, London, Jap Pavilion, Serp Gall, 2009. Creator: Ethel Davies
The 2009 annual Serpentine Gallery Pavilion, designed by the Japanese architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa, Kensington Gardens, Hyde Park, London, W2 England

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Albert Memorial, 1872-1900. Creator: Unknown

Albert Memorial, 1872-1900. Creator: Unknown
Albert Memorial, 1872-1900. [The memorial to Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria, was erected in Kensington Gardens opposite the Royal Albert Hall

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Gardens, 1896. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler

Kensington Gardens, 1896. Creator: James Abbott McNeill Whistler
Kensington Gardens, 1896

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Great Tree - Kensington Gardens, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

The Great Tree - Kensington Gardens, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
The Great Tree--Kensington Gardens, 1872. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold. [Grant and Co. 72-78, Turnmill Street, E.C. 1872]

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Albert Memorial, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown

Albert Memorial, London, c1910. Creator: Unknown
Albert Memorial, London, c1910. The memorial to Prince Albert, consort of Queen Victoria, was erected in Kensington Gardens opposite the Royal Albert Hall

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Albert Memorial, c1876. Creator: Unknown

The Albert Memorial, c1876. Creator: Unknown
The Albert Memorial, c1876. The Albert Memorial in Kensington Gardens, designed by Sir George Gilbert Scott in Gothic Revival style was commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of her husband Prince

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Flower Walks, Kensington Gardens, c1876. Creator: Unknown

The Flower Walks, Kensington Gardens, c1876. Creator: Unknown
The Flower Walks, Kensington Gardens, c1876. Kensington Gardens, once private gardens of Kensington Palace, originally created by Henry VIII in 1536 for use as a hunting ground

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Scotch Firs, Kensington Gardens, c1876. Creator: Unknown

The Scotch Firs, Kensington Gardens, c1876. Creator: Unknown
The Scotch Firs, Kensington Gardens, c1876. Scots pines grow in Kensington Gardens, once private gardens of Kensington Palace, , originally created by Henry VIII in 1536 for use as a hunting ground

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Round Pond, Kensington Gardens, c1876. Creator: Unknown

The Round Pond, Kensington Gardens, c1876. Creator: Unknown
The Round Pond, Kensington Gardens, c1876. The Round Pond is an ornamental lake in Kensington Gardens, created in 1730 by George II

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Large Fountain, London, England, 1896. Creator: Underwood & Underwood

The Large Fountain, London, England, 1896. Creator: Underwood & Underwood
The Large Fountain, London, England, 1896. The Tazza Fountain at the head of the Long Water in the Italian Gardens in Kensington. Stereocard by Underwood & Underwood

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Albert Memorial Challenges Climate and Criticism, c1935. Creator: Unknown

The Albert Memorial Challenges Climate and Criticism, c1935. Creator: Unknown
The Albert Memorial Challenges Climate and Criticism, c1935. Memorial in Kensington Gardens, London, commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of her husband Prince Albert, who died in 1861

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens, London, c1950. Creator: Shirley Markham

The Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens, London, c1950. Creator: Shirley Markham
The Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens, London, c1950. Memorial commissioned by Queen Victoria in memory of her husband Prince Albert, who died in 1861

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Swans on the Round Pond in Kensington Gardens, London, c1950. Creator: Shirley Markham

Swans on the Round Pond in Kensington Gardens, London, c1950. Creator: Shirley Markham
Swans on the Round Pond in Kensington Gardens, London, c1950. Shirley Markham (1931-1999) studied Graphic Design and Illustration at Central School of Art in London from 1950-1952

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Palace, London, 1894. Creator: Unknown

Kensington Palace, London, 1894. Creator: Unknown
Kensington Palace, London, 1894. 17th century mansion in Kensington Gardens, remodelled by Christopher Wren. Residence of the British royal family: Diana

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Tea in Kensington Gardens, 1914, (1920). Artist: Claude Allin Shepperson

Tea in Kensington Gardens, 1914, (1920). Artist: Claude Allin Shepperson
Tea in Kensington Gardens, 1914, 1920. From Londoners Then and Now As Pictured By Their Contemporaries, edited by Geoffrey Holme. [The Studio Ltd. London, 1920]

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: View of Queens Gate, Hyde Park, Kensington, London, 1857. Artist: Day & Son

View of Queens Gate, Hyde Park, Kensington, London, 1857. Artist: Day & Son
View of Queens Gate, Hyde Park, Kensington, London, 1857

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Plan of Kensington Palace and gardens, London, 1736

Plan of Kensington Palace and gardens, London, 1736. The gardens were laid out between 1728 and 1738 by Henry Wise and Charles Bridgeman for Queen Caroline

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Gardens, London, 1798. Artist

Kensington Gardens, London, 1798. Artist
Kensington Gardens, London, 1798

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Palace and Gardens, London, 1798. Artist: Heinrich Schutz

Kensington Palace and Gardens, London, 1798. Artist: Heinrich Schutz
Kensington Palace and Gardens, London, 1798

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: View of Kensington Palace, Kensington, London, c1840. Artist: Edmund Marks

View of Kensington Palace, Kensington, London, c1840. Artist: Edmund Marks
View of Kensington Palace, Kensington, London, c1840

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: A scene in Kensington Gardens - or - fashion and frights of 1829

A scene in Kensington Gardens - or - fashion and frights of 1829; showing a fashion-promenade in Kensington Gardens, London; women wearing huge over-trimmed hats

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Gardens, Kensington, London, 1823. Artist: T Vivares

Kensington Gardens, Kensington, London, 1823. Artist: T Vivares
Kensington Gardens, Kensington, London, 1823; south east view of Kensington Palace from the gardens

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Albert Memorial, Kensington, London, 1869. Artist: Thomas Abiel Prior

Albert Memorial, Kensington, London, 1869. Artist: Thomas Abiel Prior
Albert Memorial, Kensington, London, 1869; view of the Albert Memorial, Kensington Gardens and the Royal Albert Hall in the distance

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Palace, Kensington, London, c1750

Kensington Palace, Kensington, London, c1750
View of Kensington Palace and gardens, Kensington, London, c1750

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Gardens, a hint to the ladies, 1838

Kensington Gardens, a hint to the ladies, 1838. Two young women in the costume of the period are seen from behind as they sit on a wooden bench; their skirts have been dragged up in sitting

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: A masquerade scene, Kensington Gardens, 1772. Artist: James Bretherton

A masquerade scene, Kensington Gardens, 1772. Artist: James Bretherton
A masquerade scene, Kensington Gardens, 1772. A sailor, heavily disguised as a rotund lady, follows a slim young woman along a walk

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Kensington Palace in Georgian Times, c1750 (1911). Artist: John Rocque

Kensington Palace in Georgian Times, c1750 (1911). Artist: John Rocque
Kensington Palace in Georgian Times, c1750 (1911). From London - North of the Thames, by Sir Walter Besant. [Adam & Charles Black, London, 1911]

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Albert Hall, c1900

Albert Hall, c1900

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: In Kensington Gardens - Stage Six, c1920. Artist: Claude Allin Shepperson

In Kensington Gardens - Stage Six, c1920. Artist: Claude Allin Shepperson
In Kensington Gardens - Stage Six, c1920. From The Art of the Illustrator - C A Shepperson and his work, by Percy V Bradshaw. [The Press Art School, London, c1920]

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: In Kensington Gardens - Stage One, c1920. Artist: Claude Allin Shepperson

In Kensington Gardens - Stage One, c1920. Artist: Claude Allin Shepperson
In Kensington Gardens - Stage One, c1920. From The Art of the Illustrator - C A Shepperson and his work, by Percy V Bradshaw. [The Press Art School, London, c1920]

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: In Kensington Gardens, 1914. Artist: Claude Allin Shepperson

In Kensington Gardens, 1914. Artist: Claude Allin Shepperson
In Kensington Gardens, 1914. From The Studio Volume 76. [London Offices of the Studio, London, 1919]

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Peter Pan statue, Kensington Gardens, London, 1926-1927. Artist: Arnold

The Peter Pan statue, Kensington Gardens, London, 1926-1927. Artist: Arnold
The Peter Pan statue, Kensington Gardens, London, 1926-1927. George Framptons statue of the boy who never grew up from JM Barries novel

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: Africa, the Albert Memorial, London, 20th century

Africa, the Albert Memorial, London, 20th century. The memorial to Prince Albert was erected in Kensington Gardens near to the Albert Hall

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, 1900

The Royal Albert Hall, Kensington, London, 1900. Concert hall erected by Queen Victoria in memory of her husband, Prince Albert, who died at the age of 42

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Albert Memorial, Kensington, London, 1900

The Albert Memorial, Kensington, London, 1900. Monument inspired by a medieval reliquary, erected by Queen Victoria in memory of her husband, Prince Albert, who died at the age of 42

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: West front of Kensington Palace, London, 1900

West front of Kensington Palace, London, 1900. The royal residence in Kensington Gardens was later the home of Diana, Princess of Wales

Background imageKensington Gardens Collection: The Albert Memorial, London, 1901. Artist: Pawson & Brailsford

The Albert Memorial, London, 1901. Artist: Pawson & Brailsford
The Albert Memorial, London, 1901. The memorial to Albert, Prince Consort was erected in Kensington Gardens near to the Albert Hall



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