Regent Street from the Quadrant.
London, Published th. August 1854 by E. Gambart & C.o. 25 Berners S.t. Oxford S.t.
Fine coloured lithograph wih large margins. Sheet: 295 x 210mm, (11½ x 8¼").
View of Regent Street in which figures walk along the pavements and carriages drive along the road. Regent Street is one of the early examples of urban planning, designed by John Nash and completed in 1825, it cut through the unorganised 17th and 18th Century pattern of streets, forming a wide, direct route from Carlton House, the residence of the Prince Regent (later George IV) to All Souls Church.
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