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Whittock Collection

Background imageWhittock Collection: Carshalton, Surrey, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Carshalton, Surrey, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Carshalton, Surrey, 1829

Background imageWhittock Collection: Dulwich College, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Dulwich College, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Dulwich College, London, 1829. Dulwich College was founded in 1619 by a prominent Elizabethan actor named Edward Alleyn, with the original intention of providing an education for twelve poor boys

Background imageWhittock Collection: St James, Bermondsey, Surrey, 1829. Artist: R Winkles

St James, Bermondsey, Surrey, 1829. Artist: R Winkles
St James, Bermondsey, Surrey, 1829. Designed by James Savage and completed in 1829, St James, Bermondsey was one of the largest of the Waterloo Churches built in England in the early-mid 19th century

Background imageWhittock Collection: The Oxford Drawing Book to which is added, Lessons in Flower Drawing, 1852. 1852

The Oxford Drawing Book to which is added, Lessons in Flower Drawing, 1852. 1852
The Oxford Drawing Book to which is added, Lessons in Flower Drawing, 1852

Background imageWhittock Collection: The Geological Lecture Room, Oxford: Dr. William Buckland Lecturing on February 15, 182

The Geological Lecture Room, Oxford: Dr. William Buckland Lecturing on February 15, 1823, 1823-30

Background imageWhittock Collection: Trade Card for London, Westminster and Southwark, as they appeared A. D. 1543, 19th

Trade Card for London, Westminster and Southwark, as they appeared A. D. 1543, 19th
Trade Card for London, Westminster and Southwark, as they appeared A.D. 1543, 19th century

Background imageWhittock Collection: North-West View of Durham Cathedral, c1843. Creator: J Jackson

North-West View of Durham Cathedral, c1843. Creator: J Jackson
North-West View of Durham Cathedral, c1843. Durham Cathedral, overlooking the River Wear, was begun in 1093. The cathedral was a medieval site of pilgrimage due to the presence of the remains of St

Background imageWhittock Collection: Adderbury Church, c1830. Creator: Nathaniel Whittock

Adderbury Church, c1830. Creator: Nathaniel Whittock
Adderbury Church, c1830. View of the church of St Mary the Virgin in East Adderbury near Banbury in Oxfordshire, which dates back to the 13th century

Background imageWhittock Collection: The town, forts and harbours of Sebastopol, 1854. Artist: Edmund Walker

The town, forts and harbours of Sebastopol, 1854. Artist: Edmund Walker
The town, forts and harbours of Sebastopol, 1854. View of Sevastopol, a major port and naval base on the Crimean Peninsula, looking towards the Black Sea

Background imageWhittock Collection: West Front of Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire, c1843. Artist: J Jackson

West Front of Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire, c1843. Artist: J Jackson
West Front of Lichfield Cathedral, Staffordshire, c1843. The only medieval English cathedral with three spires, Lichfield was begun in 1195 and completed in the 1330s

Background imageWhittock Collection: West front of Lichfield Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

West front of Lichfield Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
West front of Lichfield Cathedral, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: Interior of St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange, City of London, c1835. Artist

Interior of St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange, City of London, c1835. Artist
Interior view of St Bartholomew-by-the-Exchange, City of London, c1835

Background imageWhittock Collection: Tower of London, 1829

Tower of London, 1829. View from the River Thames showing boats and figures on the water

Background imageWhittock Collection: Smithfield Market, West Smithfield, City of London, c1825

Smithfield Market, West Smithfield, City of London, c1825. View from the east showing cattle, traders and shoppers

Background imageWhittock Collection: Interior view of the crypt, St Saviours Church, Southwark, London, 1830

Interior view of the crypt, St Saviours Church, Southwark, London, 1830. The church became Southwark Cathedral in 1905

Background imageWhittock Collection: Aldersgate Street, City of London, c1830. Artist: Nathaniel Whittock

Aldersgate Street, City of London, c1830. Artist: Nathaniel Whittock
Aldersgate Street, City of London, c1830. View along Aldersgate Street showing Williamss New Post Office Coffee House, Tavern and Hotel and the premises of W Mathews, hosier and glover (no 60)

Background imageWhittock Collection: View of London from Southwark, 1543. Artist: Nathaniel Whittock

View of London from Southwark, 1543. Artist: Nathaniel Whittock
View of Westminster and the City of London across the River Thames from Southwark, 1543; with a key below detailing buildings and streets. One of two plates mounted as one item

Background imageWhittock Collection: Queen Victorias visit to the City of London, 1837. Artist: Nathaniel Whittock

Queen Victorias visit to the City of London, 1837. Artist: Nathaniel Whittock
View of Queen Victorias visit to the City of London, 9 November 1837, showing the Queen leaving Buckingham Palace; the Lord Mayor receiving the Queen at Temple Bar; the banquet in the Guildhall

Background imageWhittock Collection: Queen Victorias Progress through London, 1837. Artist: Joseph Robins

Queen Victorias Progress through London, 1837. Artist: Joseph Robins
View of Queen Victorias royal progress through the City of London, 9 November 1837, detailing the royal and civic procession on its way from Temple Bar to Guildhall

Background imageWhittock Collection: The Gateway of the Palace at Cawood (Cawood Castle), 1830

The Gateway of the Palace at Cawood (Cawood Castle), 1830. After Nathaniel Whittock (1791-1860)

Background imageWhittock Collection: Market Place Richmond, Trinity Church and Keep of Richmond Castle, 1831. Artist: J Shury

Market Place Richmond, Trinity Church and Keep of Richmond Castle, 1831. Artist: J Shury
Market Place Richmond, Trinity Church and Keep of Richmond Castle, 1831. From an original drawing by N Whittock. [I T Hinton, London, 1831]

Background imageWhittock Collection: Christ Church and Coal Staith, Leeds, West Yorkshire, 1829. Artist: T Owen

Christ Church and Coal Staith, Leeds, West Yorkshire, 1829. Artist: T Owen
Christ Church and Coal Staith, Leeds, West Yorkshire, 1829. An early steam locomotive hauls a train of coal wagons across a bridge, observed by onlookers

Background imageWhittock Collection: Chinese Junk, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

Chinese Junk, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
Chinese Junk, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: The Rialto at Venice, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

The Rialto at Venice, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
The Rialto at Venice, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: Tintern Abbey, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

Tintern Abbey, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
Tintern Abbey, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: North west view of Ely Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

North west view of Ely Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
North west view of Ely Cathedral, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: North west view of Salisbury Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

North west view of Salisbury Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
North west view of Salisbury Cathedral, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: North west view of Winchester Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

North west view of Winchester Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
North west view of Winchester Cathedral, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: West front of Peterborough Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

West front of Peterborough Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
West front of Peterborough Cathedral, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: West front of Lincolin Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

West front of Lincolin Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
West front of Lincolin Cathedral, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: North west view of Durham Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson

North west view of Durham Cathedral, 1843. Artist: J Jackson
North west view of Durham Cathedral, 1843. An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: Interior of the choir of York Minster, c1830-1860 (1843). Artist: J Jackson

Interior of the choir of York Minster, c1830-1860 (1843). Artist: J Jackson
Interior of the choir of York Minster, c1830-1860 (1843). An engraving from The Art-Union Scrap Book, Henry G Bohn, London, 1843

Background imageWhittock Collection: Danes Dyke, c19th century. Artist: J Rogers

Danes Dyke, c19th century. Artist: J Rogers
Danes Dyke, c19th century

Background imageWhittock Collection: Richmond Bridge, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Richmond Bridge, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Richmond Bridge, London, 1829. Richmond bridge was built over the Thames in Portland stone by James Paine and Kenton Couse in 1774-1777

Background imageWhittock Collection: Interior of Croydon Palace, Surrey, 1829. Artist: James Lambert

Interior of Croydon Palace, Surrey, 1829. Artist: James Lambert
Interior of Croydon Palace, Surrey, 1829. Croydon Palace used to be the summer residence of the Archbishop of Canterbury. By the 18th century the palace with its 15th century Great Hall had fallen

Background imageWhittock Collection: Shoreham Church, West Sussex, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Shoreham Church, West Sussex, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Shoreham Church, West Sussex, 1829. The Norman Church of St Mary de Haura dates from the late 11th century

Background imageWhittock Collection: Putney Bridge, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Putney Bridge, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Putney Bridge, London, 1829. The Old Putney Bridge over the Thames was built in the 1720s. It became a notorious location for duels

Background imageWhittock Collection: St Peters Church, Brighton, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

St Peters Church, Brighton, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
St Peters Church, Brighton, East Sussex, 1829. Built in Gothic style in the 19th century, St Peters Church was designed by Sir Charles Barry

Background imageWhittock Collection: Guildford Castle, Guilford, Surrey, 1829. Artist: J Stowe

Guildford Castle, Guilford, Surrey, 1829. Artist: J Stowe
Guildford Castle, Guilford, Surrey, 1829. Guildford Castle was built shortly after the Norman Conquest

Background imageWhittock Collection: Chichester Cross, Chichester, West Sussex, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Chichester Cross, Chichester, West Sussex, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Chichester Cross, Chichester, West Sussex, 1829. According to the inscription upon it, this Cross was built by Edward Story, the bishop of Chichester from 1477-1503

Background imageWhittock Collection: Brighton, from the Chain Pier, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: WJ Cooke

Brighton, from the Chain Pier, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: WJ Cooke
Brighton, from the Chain Pier, East Sussex, 1829. The original chain pier at Brighton was designed by Captain Samuel Brown (1774-1851)

Background imageWhittock Collection: Kingston Bridge, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Kingston Bridge, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Kingston Bridge, London, 1829. The first masonry bridge over the Thames at Kingston was built in 1828

Background imageWhittock Collection: Beachy Head, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

Beachy Head, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
Beachy Head, East Sussex, 1829. A ship beached at the foot of the cliffs in bad weather

Background imageWhittock Collection: St Saviours Church, Southwark, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers

St Saviours Church, Southwark, London, 1829. Artist: J Rogers
St Saviours Church, Southwark, London, 1829. Mainly built between 1220 and 1420, this church became the cathedral of the diocese of Southwark when it was established in 1897

Background imageWhittock Collection: Hastings, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: Fenner, Sears & Co

Hastings, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: Fenner, Sears & Co
Hastings, East Sussex, 1829. Hastings became an important centre of the fishing industry in the 19th century as its importance as a commercial port declined

Background imageWhittock Collection: Guildford, Surrey, 1829. Artist: J Shury

Guildford, Surrey, 1829. Artist: J Shury
Guildford, Surrey, 1829. The county town of Surrey, Guildford was founded, probably by the Saxons, at a point where the ancient trackway known as the Harrow Way crosses the River Wey

Background imageWhittock Collection: Lewes Castle, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: Fenner, Sears & Co

Lewes Castle, East Sussex, 1829. Artist: Fenner, Sears & Co
Lewes Castle, East Sussex, 1829. Lewes Castle was built in 1087 by William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey and brother-in-law of William the Conqueror

Background imageWhittock Collection: Chichester Cathedral, Chichester, West Sussex, 1829. Artist: Fenner, Sears & Co

Chichester Cathedral, Chichester, West Sussex, 1829. Artist: Fenner, Sears & Co
Chichester Cathedral, Chichester, West Sussex, 1829. The cathedral of the Holy Trinity at Chichester was founded in 1075, after the seat of the bishop was transferred to the town from nearby Selsey



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