The Entrance to Hyde Park, on a Sunday. [&] Hyde Park in 1851. From the Picture in the Royal Collection.
[Published Augt. 11. 1804 by R. Phillips, 71 St Paul's Ch. Yd.] [&] [Publishers, P & D. Colnaghi & Co. London; Agnew & Sons, Manchester. c.1854.]
View of a crowd of people in a park; in foreground many people stand and converse, embrace and play games, behind them a number of horse-drawn carriages, in the background to the left a field full of men on horseback gallopping in every direction, one horse lies on its back with its rider sprawled to the side; to the right of this field a long line of people walking away from the viewer into the distance, the field on the right is less crowded and leads onto water, trees in the distance; illustration to Modern London; [&] View of Hyde Park, with a crowd of people of different nationalities relaxing on the grass; Crystal Palace, housing the Great Exhibition of 1851, seen in background behind trees.
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