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Dance in Art can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Giltspur Street Compter Featured Dance Print

Giltspur Street Compter

Engraving depicting the Giltspur Street Compter in 1840. It was a compter or small prison, designed by English architect and surveyor George Dance the Younger, mainly used to hold debtors. It was situated in Giltspur Street, Smithfield, close to Newgate, in the City of London, between 1791 and 1853. Date: 1840

© Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection Mary Evans / Peter & Dawn Cope Collection

Regency style children dancing Featured Dance Print

Regency style children dancing

A group of serious-faced children dressed in Regency style clothing who are learning a formal dance. The small boy in red doesna??t look too pleased about it but his mother says hea??ll be thankful when hea??s older. From a??Kate Greenawaya??s Birthday Book for Childrena?? with illustrations by Catherine a??Katea?? Greenaway (1846-1901) and verses by Mrs Sale Barker. Printed by Edmund Evans and published by George Routledge & Sons, London, 1880

© Digitally restored by Linda Steward - Linda Steward

Duke and Duchess of York - Austrian Folk Dance Performance Featured Dance Print

Duke and Duchess of York - Austrian Folk Dance Performance

Albert, Duke of York (later King George VI 1895-1952) and Elizabeth, Duchess of York (later Elizabeth, the Queen Mother 1900-2002) enjoy a performance by a group of Austrian Folk Dancers during their tea with Baron Franckenstein, at an exhibition of Austrian Art and Industry at Dorland House, Regent Street, London. Georg Freiherr von und zu Franckenstein (later Sir George Franckenstein) (1878-1953) was the eldest son of Karl Baron von und zu Franckenstein ) and his wife, Elma nee Countess von Schonborn-Wiesentheid ) and a member of the Franckenstein family. Date: 1934

© Mary Evans / Grenville Collins Postcard Collection