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"In Bishopsgate" from Gustave Doré’s East End by the gentle author

"In Bishopsgate" from Gustave Doré’s East End by the gentle author

London illustrations by Gustave Doré - The British Library

London illustrations by Gustave Doré - The British Library

Gustave Doré  1872. The following is his illustration of Pickle Herring Street for the publication, “London – A Pilgrimage” Doré probably used some artistic license in this drawing, the buildings look rather too finely built for riverside warehouses, however it probably does give a good impression of the atmosphere in Pickle Herring Street at the time.

Gustave Doré 1872. The following is his illustration of Pickle Herring Street for the publication, “London – A Pilgrimage” Doré probably used some artistic license in this drawing, the buildings look rather too finely built for riverside warehouses, however it probably does give a good impression of the atmosphere in Pickle Herring Street at the time.

London, a pilgrimage: Gustave Doré's historic visions of the capital city

London, a pilgrimage: Gustave Doré's historic visions of the capital city

Gustave Doré - Pesquisa Google

Gustave Doré - Pesquisa Google

Waterloo Bridge Rd, 19th century London, from  Walter Thornbury’s London Old & New

Waterloo Bridge Rd, 19th century London, from Walter Thornbury’s London Old & New

The Vision of the Valley of Dry Bones - Gustave Dore

The Vision of the Valley of Dry Bones - Gustave Dore

“Something at My Window Lattice”, illustration  by Paul Gustave Doré for Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”

“Something at My Window Lattice”, illustration by Paul Gustave Doré for Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Raven”

London - Temple Bar was the last surviving City gateway, having replaced a wooden gate that had separated the City of London from Westminster. The gate had burned down in the Great Fire of London (1666) and this Portland stone portal went up in 1669-72.

London - Temple Bar was the last surviving City gateway, having replaced a wooden gate that had separated the City of London from Westminster. The gate had burned down in the Great Fire of London (1666) and this Portland stone portal went up in 1669-72.

Gustave Dore, Bluegate Fields (1872)

Gustave Dore, Bluegate Fields (1872)

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