Views of Society - Belgravia out-of-doors - Illustration

UK, 1860-1869, 19th Century, 19th Century Style, Activity

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Stock illustration ID:155420270
Upload date:November 01, 2012

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High society out and about in Belgravia, London. Belgravia was developed in the 1820s by Richard Grosvenor, 2nd Marquess of Westminster: it was then, and still is, a hugely expensive, highly exclusive and very wealthy area of London. As with the rest of this series, there are numerous little cameos to be enjoyed, from the child in the park, being dragged along by its minders, to the three stately ladies walking in a row, followed by their servant who is holding their dog by the scruff of the neck! From “Bird’s-Eye Views of Modern Society in Sixteen Plates taken by Richard Doyle; Reprinted from the Cornhill Magazine.” Dated c1864 with wood engravings by the Dalziel Brothers and published in London.
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