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Thomas Hosmer Shepherd Gallery

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Choose from 146 pictures in our Thomas Hosmer Shepherd collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Egyptian Hall, Mansion House: The Wilson Banquet, c1841. Artist: Henry Melville Featured Print

Egyptian Hall, Mansion House: The Wilson Banquet, c1841. Artist: Henry Melville

Egyptian Hall, Mansion House: The Wilson Banquet, c1841. The print depicts a sumptuous banquet held by Samuel Wilson, Lord Mayor of London, in 1839. From London Interiors with their Costumes & Ceremonies from Drawings made by permission of the Public Offices. Proprietors & Trustees of the Metropolitan Buildings, by Joseph Mead. [Joseph Mead, London, c1841]

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The Stone Quarries, Craigleith, near Edinburgh: From Which the New Town was Built, 1829. Artist: W Wallis Featured Print

The Stone Quarries, Craigleith, near Edinburgh: From Which the New Town was Built, 1829. Artist: W Wallis

The Stone Quarries, Craigleith, near Edinburgh: From Which the New Town was Built, 1829. Located two miles north-west of Edinburgh city centre, Craigleith Quarry was active for over 300 years, from 1615-1942. After Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1792-1864). From Athens, displayed in a series of views; or, Edinburgh in the nineteenth century; exhibiting the whole of the new buildings, modern improvements, antiquities, & picturesque scenery of the Scottish metropolis & its environs, by John Britton. [Jones & Co., London, 1829]

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Mrs Montagus House, Portman Square, London, 19th century (1907). Artist: Thomas Hosmer Shepherd Featured Print

Mrs Montagus House, Portman Square, London, 19th century (1907). Artist: Thomas Hosmer Shepherd

Mrs Montagu's House, Portman Square, London, 19th century (1907). Portman Square was originally laid out in the 1760s by Henry William Portman. Several prominent aristocrats had residences on the square, which contained house designed by Robert Adam and James Athenian Stuart. Montagu House was built by Stuart between 1777 and 1781. It was destroyed by a German incendiary bomb during World War II. A print from The History of the Squares of London Topographical and Historical by E Beresford Chancellor, Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co Ltd, London, 1907

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