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The South Front of Chatsworth, illustration from Vitruvius Britannicus or The Featured Neoclassical Architecture Print

The South Front of Chatsworth, illustration from Vitruvius Britannicus or The

1280485 The South Front of Chatsworth, illustration from Vitruvius Britannicus or The British Architect by Colen Campbell (engraving) by English School, (18th century); Collection of the Duke of Devonshire, Chatsworth House, UK; (add.info.: after D. I. Thornell.
Colen Campbell (1676-1729) Scottish architect and architectural writer, credited as a founder of the Georgian style); Reproduced by permission of Chatsworth Settlement Trustees; © Devonshire Collection, Chatsworth; English, out of copyright

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St George's, Bloomsbury, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Neoclassical Architecture Print

St George's, Bloomsbury, 1844. Creator: Unknown

St George's, Bloomsbury, 1844. This singular structure, situated in Hart-street, Bloomsbury-square, is one of the fifty new churches appointed to be built at the public expense, by the Act of Parliament passed in the tenth year of the reign of Queen Anne; it was consecrated in 1731...it was designed by Nicholas Hawksmoor...its most admired feature is the magnificent portico of eight Corinthian columns...Walpole calls the steeple a masterpiece of absurdity...Above this stage commences a series of steps, gradually narrowing, so as to assume a pyramidal appearance, the lowest being ornamented at the corners by lions and unicorns, and supporting at the apex of the steps, on a short column, a statue in Roman costume of George I...Elsewhere it has been remarked that Hawksmoor has literally made the king the head of the church'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Creator: Unknown Featured Neoclassical Architecture Print

Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Creator: Unknown

Election of Rabbi, at the Synagogue, Great St. Helen's, 1844. Scene at Bishopsgate Street, City of London, when the Reverend Doctor Nathan Marcus Adler was chosen as Orthodox Chief Rabbi of the British Empire. A multitude was present. A din of strange sounds saluted our ear...A strong eastern character was stamped on every countenance. Every man was recognised as a foreigner, and felt to be a Jew...every one spoke of Dr. Adler in terms of kindness. He was said to be a learned man, strongly given to philosophic inquiry, and more deeply affected with the spirituality of religious observances than is usual with the Jews. A revival and a change was therefore looked for, and in that hope we left the company, but not without fear, when, in parting, we learned that the new Rabbi, who lives at Hanover, is under the special patronage of King Ernest'. From "Illustrated London News", 1844, Vol I

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