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  • Albert Memorial 

    Scott, George Gilbert, I (English architect, 1811-1878) (1863)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington Gardens. Albert Memorial (for Prince Albert), restoration view of monument surrounded by scaffolding, 1994-1998. Materials include marble, cast iron, bronze, ...
  • Aroid House No. 1, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Nash, John (English architect and town planner, 1752-1835) (1836)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Aroid House No. 1 (Nash Conservatory), Royal Botanic Gardens. Stone structure just within main gate has Ionic portico and tall ...
  • Burlington Arcade 

    Ware, Samuel (English architect, 1781-1860) (1818)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Piccadilly. Burlington Arcade, built on west perimeter of Burlington House for its occupant, Lord George Cavendish. 1994 photograph shows interior view of shops. Structural ...
  • Burlington Arcade 

    Ware, Samuel (English architect, 1781-1860) (1818)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Piccadilly. Burlington Arcade, built on west perimeter of Burlington House for its occupant, Lord George Cavendish. 1994 photograph shows exterior view of entrance to shops ...
  • Covent Garden Market 

    Jones, Inigo (English architect, designer, and painter, 1573-1652); Fowler, Charles (British architect, 1792-1867) (1656)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Covent Garden. Covent Garden Market. Fruit and vegetable market began 1656 on site of 13th century Benedictine monksnull garden. A residential square ("piazza") with St. ...
  • Crystal Palace (Hyde Park) 

    Paxton, Joseph (English horticulturalist, gardener, and builder, 1803-1865) (1851)
    English, Architecture (object genre), 19th century. Joseph Paxton, the Crystal Palace. England, London, Hyde Park. Built for the first international exposition in 1851. Iron and glass. View: interior, general.
  • La femme en tant que territoire: pénétration et libération en Afrique du Nord au XIXème siècle 

    Thompson, Grace Regina (2012)
    This honors thesis explores various critical texts and primary sources dealing with French travel literature to the geographical region of North Africa, primarily written in the 19th Century. Primary sources are written ...
  • Leadenhall Market 

    Jones, Horace (English architect, 1819-1887) (1881)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Leadenhall Market on site of Roman Londinium basilica (2nd century). Named for Sir John Nevillenulls 14th century lead-roofed mansion house on the grounds of which food was ...
  • Palm House (exterior views), Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Burton, Decimus (English architect and urban planner, 1800-1881); Turner, Richard (Irish iron founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1844)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens. Wrought-iron frame, glass. (Royal Botanic Gardens is a 300-plus acre public garden and ...
  • Palm House (interior views), Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Burton, Decimus (English architect and urban planner, 1800-1881); Turner, Richard (Irish iron founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1844)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Palm House, Royal Botanic Gardens. Wrought-iron frame, glass. (Royal Botanic Gardens is a 300-plus acre public garden and scientific ...
  • Piccadilly Circus 

    Unknown author (1819)
    Architecture/Urban Design: United Kingdom, England, London. Piccadilly Circus, formed by intersection of Piccadilly with Regent Street. 1995 photograph shows view from Coventry Street at head of Haymarket.
  • Smithfield Market 

    Jones, Horace (English architect, 1819-1887) (1851)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London. Londonnulls largest meat market and sight of meat provision since the 12th century. Covered hall (London Central Meat Market) build 1851-1866 by Horace Jones with extensions ...
  • St. Pancras New Church 

    Inwood, Henry William (English architect, 1794-1843); Inwood, Wiilliam (English architect and surveyor, 1766-1843) (1819)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Upper Woburn Place. St. Pancras New Church (St. Pancras Parish Church) of Greek Revival style based on Athens Acropolis Erechtheion. Exterior view from rear showing east-end ...
  • Victoria and Albert Museum 

    Fowke, Francis (Irish engineer and architect, 1823-1865); completed by Scott, Henry Young Darracott (British inventor and military engineer, 1822-1883) (1864)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington. Victoria and Albert Museum, exterior view of main quadrangle (main court), north side. Red brick and terracotta. 1994 photograph.
  • Victoria and Albert Museum 

    Fowke, Francis (Irish engineer and architect, 1823-1865); completed by Scott, Henry Young Darracott (British inventor and military engineer, 1822-1883) (1864)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, London, Kensington. Victoria and Albert Museum. Exterior view: detail of main court pediment showing mosaic work by Reuben Townroe (British sculptor, painter, and watercolorist, ...
  • Waterlily House, Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew 

    Turner, Richard (Irish founder, engineer, ca. 1798-1881) (1852)
    Architecture: United Kingdom, England, Greater London, Richmond upon Thames, Kew Gardens. Waterlily House, Royal Botanic Gardens. The "widest single-span glasshouse in the world [at time of construction] designed ...