Images of an England that isn’t coming back from the first half of the nineteenth century. Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, watercolorist. Living from 1792 to 1864, he also did architectural drawings.

"Onslow Square." 1851.
“Onslow Square.” 1851. Image © 1998-2006 The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Fair use license. via https://rbkclocalstudies.wordpress.com/tag/white-horse-inn/
"View of Copenhagen House." 1853.
“View of Copenhagen House.” 1853. Watercolor on paper. Private collection. In the public domain. via https://www.repro-tableaux.com/a/shepherd-thomas-hosmer/viewofcopenhagenhouse.html
"Apothecaries' Hall: The Courtyard," ca. 1900.
“Apothecaries’ Hall: The Courtyard,” ca. 1900. Image © The Wellcome Collection, London. Fair use license. via https://artuk.org/discover/artworks/apothecaries-hall-the-courtyard-126237
"Cremorne Pleasure Gardens." 1852.
“Cremorne Pleasure Gardens.” 1852. In the public domain due to age. via https://rbkclocalstudies.wordpress.com/tag/lindsey-house/
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