Victorians getting out and hopefully having fun, painted by British artist George Housman Thomas. Living from 1824 to 1868, he also painted many royal weddings and other occasions for Queen Victoria who, judging by the number commissioned, must have loved his work.

"The courtyard in Königsberg Castle after the coronation of Prince Wilhelm as King of Prussia, 18 October 1861."
“The courtyard in Königsberg Castle after the coronation of Prince Wilhelm as King of Prussia, 18 October 1861.” 1860’s. In the public domain due to age. via http://www.wikiwand.com/en/East_Prussia
"The Queen distributing the first Victoria Crosses in Hyde Park, 26th June 1857 ."
“The Queen distributing the first Victoria Crosses in Hyde Park, 26th June 1857 .” The Royal Collection © 2004, Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Fair use license. via http://www.memorialsinportsmouth.co.uk/vc/
"The great exhibition at Crystal Palace, with the pageant of St. George and the dragon." 1860's.
“The great exhibition at Crystal Palace, with the pageant of St. George and the dragon.” 1860’s. Circle of George Housman Thomas. In the public domain. via http://www.artnet.com/artists/george-housman-thomas/the-great-exhibition-at-crystal-palace-with-the-z06kXLQ7E4yr-tK6Ibv0TQ2
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