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Thames Collection

Background imageThames Collection: View of All Saints Church, Fulham, London, 1836. Artist: Andrew Picken

View of All Saints Church, Fulham, London, 1836. Artist: Andrew Picken
View of All Saints Church, Fulham, London, 1836

Background imageThames Collection: Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern

Isambard Kingdom Brunel Standing Before the Launching Chains of the Great Eastern, 1857, printed 1863-64

Background imageThames Collection: Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Creator: Unknown

Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Creator: Unknown
Folly Ditch, Jacobs Island, (c1878). Jacobs Island, a notorious slum on the south bank of the River Thames in Bermondsey, London, was made famous in Charles Dickenss novel Oliver Twist

Background imageThames Collection: The Sharp Family, 1779-1781, (1942). Creator: Johan Zoffany

The Sharp Family, 1779-1781, (1942). Creator: Johan Zoffany
The Sharp Family, 1779-1781, (1942). Portrait of the musical and aptly named Sharps aboard their sailing barge Apollo on the River Thames at Fulham in London: Mary Lloyd-Baker (nee Sharp)

Background imageThames Collection: Agas Map of London, c1561

Agas Map of London, c1561. Sheet 10, showing part of Southwark, London Bridge, ships on the River Thames, part of the City of London and the Tower of London with its moat

Background imageThames Collection: Old pub on the River Thames, London, 1926-1927

Old pub on the River Thames, London, 1926-1927. An old tavern on the riverside at Limehouse. Illustration from Wonderful London, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, Volume I

Background imageThames Collection: Henley Bridge, Henley-on-Thames, London, 1803

Henley Bridge, Henley-on-Thames, London, 1803

Background imageThames Collection: View of London, 1926-1927. Artist: Captain Alfred G Buckham

View of London, 1926-1927. Artist: Captain Alfred G Buckham
View of London, 1926-1927. A biplane flies over the River Thames. Illustration from Wonderful London, volume I, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, published by Amalgamated Press (London, 1926-1927)

Background imageThames Collection: The New Zealander, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré

The New Zealander, 1872. Creator: Gustave Doré
The New Zealander, 1872. A figure sits on the banks of the River Thames contemplating the downfall of the city. From, " LONDON. A Pilgrimage" by Gustave Dore and Blanchard Jerrold

Background imageThames Collection: Panorama of the City of London, 1710. Artist

Panorama of the City of London, 1710. Artist
Panorama of the City of London, 1710. View of the City of London from the south bank of the River Thames with the Royal arms in the top left and the City arms in the top right

Background imageThames Collection: The Harbour Masters office at 74 Narrow Street, Limehouse, London, c1905. Artist

The Harbour Masters office at 74 Narrow Street, Limehouse, London, c1905. Artist
The Harbour Masters office at 74 Narrow Street, Limehouse, London, c1905

Background imageThames Collection: Cookham, 1898. Creator: Unknown

Cookham, 1898. Creator: Unknown
Cookham, 1898. Cookham on the River Thames in Berkshire, England is notable as the home of the artist Stanley Spencer. From " Our Own Country, Volume VI"

Background imageThames Collection: Dockhead Folly, Bermondsey, London, 1820. Artist: John Chessell Buckler

Dockhead Folly, Bermondsey, London, 1820. Artist: John Chessell Buckler
Dockhead Folly, Bermondsey, London, 1820

Background imageThames Collection: View near Limehouse Bridge, London, looking down the River Thames, 1751

View near Limehouse Bridge, London, looking down the River Thames, 1751

Background imageThames Collection: Barges in the Pool of London. River Thames and Tower Bridge, London, 1962. Artist: CM Dixon

Barges in the Pool of London. River Thames and Tower Bridge, London, 1962. Artist: CM Dixon
Barges in the Pool of London. River Thames and Tower Bridge, London, 1962. Part of the Tideway of the Thames, the Pool of London was navigable by tall-masted vessels bringing coastal

Background imageThames Collection: New Hydraulic Lift at the Victoria Docks, 1858. Creator: Walmsley

New Hydraulic Lift at the Victoria Docks, 1858. Creator: Walmsley
New Hydraulic Lift at the Victoria Docks, [London], 1858. The new graving-docks in connection with the Victoria Docks, the construction of which was commenced about two years back

Background imageThames Collection: Dick Dock, or the Lobster and Crab, 1806

Dick Dock, or the Lobster and Crab, 1806. Scene outside an alehouse by the River Thames. A Greenwich Pensioner with a wooden leg takes the hand of a soldier

Background imageThames Collection: Old London Bridge, about 1630, (c1900-1920)

Old London Bridge, about 1630, (c1900-1920). A print after a model constructed by John B Thorpe, from Art History and Literature Illustrations, by Jessie Noakes, Virtue and Co, (London, c1900-1920)

Background imageThames Collection: Henley Regatta, c1896. Artist: Marsh Brothers

Henley Regatta, c1896. Artist: Marsh Brothers
Henley Regatta, c1896. From Pictorial England and Wales. [Cassell and Company, Limited, London, Paris & Melbourne, c1896]

Background imageThames Collection: Topsail barge under sail on the Thames, London, c1905

Topsail barge under sail on the Thames, London, c1905

Background imageThames Collection: Brewers Quay, Chester Quay and Galley Quay, Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1846

Brewers Quay, Chester Quay and Galley Quay, Lower Thames Street, City of London, 1846. The scene includes the unloading of foreign provisions from vessels on the River Thames using winching

Background imageThames Collection: View of the west side of Tower Bridge, London, c1950

View of the west side of Tower Bridge, London, c1950
View of the west side of Tower Bridge, Stepney, London, c1950, from the beach at Tower Wharf, showing children playing. Barges pass along the river in the background

Background imageThames Collection: London Bridge (new), London, 1831

London Bridge (new), London, 1831
View of London Bridge, London, opened by King William IV and Queen Adelaide in 1831. In the foreground figures stand on decorated ships and barges looking towards the dome of St Pauls Cathedral

Background imageThames Collection: The New Learning, c1910, (c1900-1920). Artist: Frank Cadogan Cowper

The New Learning, c1910, (c1900-1920). Artist: Frank Cadogan Cowper
The New Learning, c1910, (c1900-1920). Erasmus (right) and Thomas More visit the children of Henry VII at Greenwich in 1499. The boy in the centre is the future King Henry VIII

Background imageThames Collection: Sand pit, Bishops Park, Fulham, London, 1926-1927

Sand pit, Bishops Park, Fulham, London, 1926-1927. Children playing in a large sand pit at Bishops Park by the River Thames

Background imageThames Collection: Poplars in the Thames Valley, c19th century, (1938). Artist: Alfred William Parsons

Poplars in the Thames Valley, c19th century, (1938). Artist: Alfred William Parsons
Poplars in the Thames Valley. Painting held in the Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museum. From World-Famous Paintings edited by J. Greig Pirie [W. & G. Foyle, Ltd, London, 1938.]

Background imageThames Collection: Millbank, Westminster, London, 1840. Creator: William Parrott

Millbank, Westminster, London, 1840. Creator: William Parrott
Millbank, Westminster, London, 1840. View of Millbank with the River Thames to the right, showing Westminster Abbey, Westminster Bridge

Background imageThames Collection: Randalls Flint Mill, Nine Elms, Battersea, 1830, (1947). Creator: John Varley I

Randalls Flint Mill, Nine Elms, Battersea, 1830, (1947). Creator: John Varley I
Randalls Flint Mill, Nine Elms, Battersea, 1830, (1947). Windmill on the south bank of the River Thames in London, looking towards Vauxhall Bridge. From " British Windmills and Watermills, by C

Background imageThames Collection: Londons River at Isleworth Ferry Looking Towards the Green Glades of Kew Gardens, c1935

Londons River at Isleworth Ferry Looking Towards the Green Glades of Kew Gardens, c1935. Ferry across the River Thames in west London

Background imageThames Collection: Strand on the Green Chiswick, 1905, (c1915). Artist: Edward Charles Clifford

Strand on the Green Chiswick, 1905, (c1915). Artist: Edward Charles Clifford
Strand on the Green Chiswick, 1905, (c1915). From International Art: Past and Present by Alfred Yockney. [Virtue & Company, London, c1915]

Background imageThames Collection: Ferry across the Thames to the London Apprentice inn, Isleworth, London, 1926-1927. Artist: McLeish

Ferry across the Thames to the London Apprentice inn, Isleworth, London, 1926-1927. Artist: McLeish
Ferry across the Thames to the London Apprentice inn, Isleworth, London, 1926-1927. Illustration from Wonderful London, edited by Arthur St John Adcock, Volume I, published by Amalgamated Press

Background imageThames Collection: A View of the Thames: Greenwich in the distance, 1820 Artist: Patrick Nasmyth

A View of the Thames: Greenwich in the distance, 1820 Artist: Patrick Nasmyth
A View of the Thames: Greenwich in the distance, 1820. Painting held at The Tate, London. From A Catalogue of the Pictures and Drawings in the collection of Frederick John Nettleford Volume III

Background imageThames Collection: View of London, c1650, (19th century)

View of London, c1650, (19th century). Panoramic view of London from the South Bank showing the old St Pauls Cathedral before the Great Fire of London in 1666

Background imageThames Collection: Windsor Castle, 1880

Windsor Castle, 1880. A watercolour sketch from Windsor Castle and the Water-Way Thither by W H Davenport Adams, published by Marcus Ward and Co, (London, 1880)

Background imageThames Collection: A Rowing Match at Richmond, 1793, (1942). Creator: Robert Clevely

A Rowing Match at Richmond, 1793, (1942). Creator: Robert Clevely
A Rowing Match at Richmond, 1793, (1942). Part of the Celebrations for the Duke of Clarences Birthday. Boats on the River Thames at Richmond, (now part of Greater London)

Background imageThames Collection: Billingsgate Fish Market, 1808, (1944). Creators: Thomas Rowlandson, Augustus Charles Pugin

Billingsgate Fish Market, 1808, (1944). Creators: Thomas Rowlandson, Augustus Charles Pugin
Billingsgate Fish Market, 1808, (1944). View of the old open-air fish market on the banks of the River Thames in the City of London. Fresh fish was landed and sold directly on the dockside

Background imageThames Collection: Shipping in the Pool of London: A Vista from London Bridge to Tower Bridge, c1935

Shipping in the Pool of London: A Vista from London Bridge to Tower Bridge, c1935. Barges on the River Thames. From " Wonderful London, Volume 1", edited by Arthur St John Adcock

Background imageThames Collection: View of the River Thames and boats, c1900

View of the River Thames and boats, c1900. Taken from Richmond Bridge, the view shows the quite river with a flotilla of rowing boats moored at the quayside

Background imageThames Collection: The River Thames with Richmond Bridge and Richmond Hill in the distance, London, 1867

The River Thames with Richmond Bridge and Richmond Hill in the distance, London, 1867. View showing boats and barges on the water. Richmond is now in the London borough of Richmond upon Thames

Background imageThames Collection: Miseries of London, 1812

Miseries of London, 1812. A woman walking down Wapping Old Stairs being assailed by a group of watermen plying for trade. Two figures watch from a balcony

Background imageThames Collection: The Thames near Walton Bridges, 1805, (1938). Artist: JMW Turner

The Thames near Walton Bridges, 1805, (1938). Artist: JMW Turner
The Thames near Walton Bridges, 1805. After an original oil paint on mahogany veneer by Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851). Original housed in the Tate, London

Background imageThames Collection: Runney Mead or Magna Charta Island, near Egham, Surrey, 19th century

Runney Mead or Magna Charta Island, near Egham, Surrey, 19th century. This place is celebrated in history as the spot where the assembled barons in 1215, obtained from King John

Background imageThames Collection: Conflagration at Sir C. Prices Wharf, Blackfriars, 1845. Creator: Unknown

Conflagration at Sir C. Prices Wharf, Blackfriars, 1845. Creator: Unknown
Conflagration at Sir C. Prices Wharf, Blackfriars, 1845. The London fire brigade attempting to extinguish a fire...in the warehouses belonging to Sir Charles Price and Co

Background imageThames Collection: Twice a year bump races take place on the Thames at Oxford, c1948. Creator: Unknown

Twice a year bump races take place on the Thames at Oxford, c1948. Creator: Unknown
Twice a year " bump" races take place on the Thames at Oxford, c1948. From " Newnes Pictorial Knowledge Volume 3". [George Newnes Limited, London]

Background imageThames Collection: View of Woolwich with the River Thames in the distance, c1830. Artist: J Hinchcliff

View of Woolwich with the River Thames in the distance, c1830. Artist: J Hinchcliff
View of Woolwich with the River Thames in the distance, c1830

Background imageThames Collection: Wharves at Limehouse, London, c1850. Artist: Frederick J Goff

Wharves at Limehouse, London, c1850. Artist: Frederick J Goff
Wharves at Limehouse, London, c1850. View with barges in the foreground

Background imageThames Collection: South view of the Tower of London with boats on the River Thames, 1776

South view of the Tower of London with boats on the River Thames, 1776

Background imageThames Collection: East India Docks, Poplar, London, 1808. Artist: William Daniell

East India Docks, Poplar, London, 1808. Artist: William Daniell
View of the East India Docks, Poplar, London, looking south towards Isle of Dogs with the River Lea on the left, 1808



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