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

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Chung Ling Soo (real name William Robinson) Featured Entertainment Print

Chung Ling Soo (real name William Robinson)

Chung Ling Soo (real name William Robinson). The other side of the previously shown circular flyer showing a portrait of Soo in the centre of a Willow Pattern Plate. The design appears as the central image of a poster reproduced as Lot 1156 in the Catalogue of Part III of the J. B. Findlay Collection of conjuring material (1980), which reproduces 37 Chung Ling Soo posters, none of which are in Will Dexter's, The Riddle of Chung Ling Soo (1955). At the Islington Empire Theatre in London, 17th August 1914, part one of Chungs performance was The Willow Pattern Plate. Date: 1910

© The Michael Diamond Collection / Mary Evans Picture Library

Cognoscenti in a Room hung with Pictures, c1620 Featured Entertainment Print

Cognoscenti in a Room hung with Pictures, c1620

Cognoscenti in a Room hung with Pictures, c1620. In the left foreground men round a table under an open casement window with leaded lights examine books, prints and scientific instruments. In the right foreground another group is viewing paintings. All the wall space in the room is covered with paintings. From the National Gallery, London

© Art Media / Heritage-Images

Battersea Power Station Silhouette Featured Entertainment Print

Battersea Power Station Silhouette

25th January 1954: Battersea power station in London.
With dimensions of 160m x 170m, the roof of the boiler house 50m tall, and its four 103m tall, tapering chimneys, the station is a massive structure. The building comprises of two stations - Battersea A and Battersea B, which were conjoined when the identical B section was completed in the 1950s, and it was the world's most thermally efficient building when it opened.
(Photo by Monty Fresco/Topical Press Agency/Getty Images)