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Audience Collection

In the realm of human experiences, the concept of "audience" transcends time and boundaries

Background imageAudience Collection: 1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games at Cardiff Arms Park. July 1958

1958 British Empire and Commonwealth Games at Cardiff Arms Park. July 1958

Background imageAudience Collection: Amitabha, the Buddha of the Western Pure Land (Sukhavati), ca. 1700. Creator: Unknown

Amitabha, the Buddha of the Western Pure Land (Sukhavati), ca. 1700. Creator: Unknown
Amitabha, the Buddha of the Western Pure Land (Sukhavati), ca. 1700. Amitayus, the Buddha of Eternal Life

Background imageAudience Collection: Hippy Bus at the Woodstock Music Festival 1969

Hippy Bus at the Woodstock Music Festival 1969
Fans sitting on top of a painted bus at the Woodstock Music Festival, Bethel, New York, 15th-17th August 1969. The Festival was scheduled to end after " three days of peace

Background imageAudience Collection: Cricket match at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Cricket match at Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

Background imageAudience Collection: Vasco da Gama in India

Vasco da Gama in India
Portuguese Colonial History Series - Vasco da Gama has an audience with The King of Calicut (Kozhikode), the Samudiri (Zamorin) in May 1498

Background imageAudience Collection: Peppers Ghost Illusion

Peppers Ghost Illusion
The Peppers Ghost illusion

Background imageAudience Collection: Irish Dancers

Irish Dancers
A crowd watching girls performing traditional Irish dancing at Killybegs, County Donegal, Ireland

Background imageAudience Collection: Test cricket match at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Test cricket match at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Background imageAudience Collection: Hollywood Bowl by night, Los Angeles, California, USA

Hollywood Bowl by night, Los Angeles, California, USA. 1930s

Background imageAudience Collection: Science / Gillray Satire

Science / Gillray Satire
New Discoveries in Pneumaticks! A satire on the Royal Institution: Thomas Young experiments on Hippisley, Humphry Davy at the bellows, Rumford by the door

Background imageAudience Collection: Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, in concert at The Talk of the Town

Judy Garland, American actress, singer and dancer, in concert at The Talk of the Town nightclub in London, where she has a five week residency, pictured Thursday 16th January 1969

Background imageAudience Collection: Teatro San Carlo - Naples, Italy

Teatro San Carlo - Naples, Italy Date: circa 1903

Background imageAudience Collection: Actors on stage in the days of Shakespeare

Actors on stage in the days of Shakespeare
Theatrical performance in the days of Shakespeare. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAudience Collection: The Count Basie Orchestra in concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980

The Count Basie Orchestra in concert at the Royal Festival Hall, London, 18 July 1980: Count Basie (piano), Cleveland Eaton (bass), Freddie Green (guitar), Gregg Field (drums)

Background imageAudience Collection: Richard II interrupting a tournament

Richard II interrupting a tournament
Richard II stopping a tournament between Thomas Mowbray, Duke of Norfolk, and Henry Bolingbroke, Duke of Hereford -- a scene which comes at the beginning of Shakespeares play

Background imageAudience Collection: Circus scene. Illustration by G鲡rd Laplau (1938-2009)

Circus scene. Illustration by G鲡rd Laplau (1938-2009)
Circus scene. Illustration by G鲡 rd Laplau (1938-2009). Naive art. Painting

Background imageAudience Collection: Audience Of One

Audience Of One
circa 1926: A solitary member of the public seated in front of a band stand, listening to the brass band. (Photo by General Photographic Agency/Getty Images)

Background imageAudience Collection: Liszt conducting in Budapest

Liszt conducting in Budapest
Franzi Liszt conducting his new Oratorio at Budapest, Hungary, 1860s. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAudience Collection: Chariot race in ancient Rome

Chariot race in ancient Rome
Chariot race in the Circus Maximus of ancient Rome. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th-century illustration

Background imageAudience Collection: Hogarth / Audience Laughs

Hogarth / Audience Laughs
The Laughing Audience

Background imageAudience Collection: Old Time Music Hall Show

Old Time Music Hall Show
The cast of the Old Time Music Hall show from the City Varieties in Leeds take a bow; the audience, dressed in Victorian and Edwardian costume, are part of the show Date: 1960s

Background imageAudience Collection: DAVID DEVANT: POSTER c1910. English poster of magician David Devant, by John Hassall

DAVID DEVANT: POSTER c1910. English poster of magician David Devant, by John Hassall

Background imageAudience Collection: National Sporting Club

National Sporting Club
An impression of a Monday evening at the National Sporting Club, the home of the " noble art". Fair-haired fly weight is Dick Inkles.Key to people in audience, p.78 of

Background imageAudience Collection: Jenny Lind / 1850 Print

Jenny Lind / 1850 Print
JENNY LIND Swedish soprano, known as The Swedish Nightingale and The Queen of Song, depicted exchanging her notes for gold

Background imageAudience Collection: Village Cricket Match

Village Cricket Match
An enthusiastic crowd gather to watch a cricket match on the village green, Bearstead, Kent, England

Background imageAudience Collection: Grana Uile introduced to Queen Elizabeth, illustration from Anthologia Hibernica vol

Grana Uile introduced to Queen Elizabeth, illustration from Anthologia Hibernica vol
XJF486361 Grana Uile introduced to Queen Elizabeth, illustration from Anthologia Hibernica vol. II, print made by Clayton, published 1794 (engraving) by Beauford

Background imageAudience Collection: The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas)

The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas)
XOS1127595 The Dance Class, 1873-74 (oil on canvas) by Degas, Edgar (1834-1917); 83.5x77.2 cm; Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, USA; (add.info.: Class conducted by Jules Perrot)

Background imageAudience Collection: Archbishop Manning on Clerkenwell Green, London, 1872

Archbishop Manning on Clerkenwell Green, London, 1872
Engraving showing Archbishop Manning administering the pledge, before a large audience on Clerkenwell Green, London, 1872

Background imageAudience Collection: The Voice that filled the Albert Hall by H. M. Bateman

The Voice that filled the Albert Hall by H. M. Bateman
Illustration by H. M. Bateman showing a buxom, matronly singer hitting a high note in the Albert Hall. Her voice is so loud (or bad)

Background imageAudience Collection: The Red Moth by William Barribal

The Red Moth by William Barribal
A showgirl in a fabulous stage costume with enormous butterfly wings plays to a theatre audience

Background imageAudience Collection: Theatregoing / Globe / C16Th

Theatregoing / Globe / C16Th
The Wooden O : Shakespeares summer theatre. Outside the first of the Globe theatres; the audience arriving at the playhouse

Background imageAudience Collection: Oscar Peterson in concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955. Artist: Denis Williams

Oscar Peterson in concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955. Artist: Denis Williams
Oscar Peterson in concert at Colston Hall, Bristol, 1955

Background imageAudience Collection: The couple who caught their last train 1926

The couple who caught their last train 1926
Couple arriving late to the theatre, much to the annoyance of the seated audience. Date: 1926

Background imageAudience Collection: Magician performing the cup and balls trick

Magician performing the cup and balls trick
Undated illustration, coloured, of a magician performing the cup and balls trick to a gathered audience, entitled " Tableaux de Paris: L Escamoteur, sur le boulevard

Background imageAudience Collection: Rome / Colosseum 1827

Rome / Colosseum 1827
The four-storey structure had a moveable canopy, a safety net to protect the audience, a network of underground tunnels, and floors that could flood for mock sea battles!

Background imageAudience Collection: Clog Dance / Toaduff

Clog Dance / Toaduff
CLOG DANCING / ENGLISH STEP DANCE An audience watch a demonstration by Jackie Toaduff, at the York Summer Festival

Background imageAudience Collection: Covent Garden Theatre, 1786 (pen and ink with wash on paper)

Covent Garden Theatre, 1786 (pen and ink with wash on paper)
XCF282036 Covent Garden Theatre, 1786 (pen and ink with wash on paper) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; English, out of copyright

Background imageAudience Collection: Aeolian Hall, New York

Aeolian Hall, New York
Theatre, Aeolian Hall. Stage of Aeolian Hall; two men and a woman on stage, no audience

Background imageAudience Collection: Social / Chat Noir 1908

Social / Chat Noir 1908
The audience at the Chat Noir cabaret in Montmartre, Paris

Background imageAudience Collection: Sheffield Crowd, 1902

Sheffield Crowd, 1902
MITCHELL AND KENYON 606 SHEFFIELD 1902

Background imageAudience Collection: Terry-Thomas in Privates Progress

Terry-Thomas in Privates Progress
Major Hitchcock is not amused at the cinema in a scene from John Boultings comedy

Background imageAudience Collection: A Concert behind the Lines by Fortunino Matania

A Concert behind the Lines by Fortunino Matania
Somewhere in France - a concert behind the lines. A concert troupe or divisional entertainment company often made up of a mix of professional and amateur actors

Background imageAudience Collection: Crowd scenes at Concert, Manchester GMex Centre, England, 10th January 1987

Crowd scenes at Concert, Manchester GMex Centre, England, 10th January 1987. Frankie Goes to Hollywood, European Tour 1987

Background imageAudience Collection: Sonny Boy Williamson singing during the American Folk Blues Festival at the Birmingham

Sonny Boy Williamson singing during the American Folk Blues Festival at the Birmingham Town Hall. 23rd October, 1965

Background imageAudience Collection: Louie Bellson and Buddy Rich at the International Drummers Association meeting

Louie Bellson and Buddy Rich at the International Drummers Association meeting at the Horseshoe pub, Tottenham Court Road, London, 1 November 1978

Background imageAudience Collection: Audience of Darius I. Persian art

Audience of Darius I. Persian art
DARIUS I the Great (550 BC-486BC). Persian Emperor (522-486 BC) of the Achaemenid dynasty. Representation of the king on his throne during hearing with officers Medes. Treasury Hall of the palace

Background imageAudience Collection: MILAN: LA SCALA, 1866. View of the interior of the Teatro alla Scala from the stage, Milan, Italy

MILAN: LA SCALA, 1866. View of the interior of the Teatro alla Scala from the stage, Milan, Italy. Engraving, 1866

Background imageAudience Collection: Ancient Olympic Games

Ancient Olympic Games
Racers cheered at the finish line in the Olympic Games, ancient Greece. Hand-colored woodcut of a 19th century illustration



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In the realm of human experiences, the concept of "audience" transcends time and boundaries. From the iconic Hippy Bus at the Woodstock Music Festival in 1969 to Amitabha, the Buddha of Sukhavati, we witness how diverse audiences have shaped history. Vasco da Gama's arrival in India drew a curious crowd eager to embrace new cultures and ideas. Sports enthusiasts unite as they cheer on their teams during thrilling Test cricket matches at Sydney Cricket Ground and Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia. The rhythmic movements of Irish Dancers captivate an audience with their mesmerizing performances. Judy Garland's enchanting voice resonates through The Talk of the Town concert hall, leaving her adoring fans spellbound. In a world where individuality reigns supreme, some artists perform for an Audience Of One - pouring their hearts out to connect with that singular soul who understands them completely. The grandeur of Teatro San Carlo in Naples sets the stage for captivating dramas that transport audiences into different eras and realities. Centuries ago, actors performed on wooden stages during Shakespearean times, captivating crowds with tales that still resonate today. Beyond entertainment lies another facet: National Sporting Clubs bring together passionate supporters who create an electric atmosphere as they rally behind their favorite athletes or teams. Music knows no bounds; it unites people across continents. The Count Basie Orchestra's performance at London's Royal Festival Hall in 1980 showcased this universal language that can move even those who don't share a common tongue. Audiences throughout history have witnessed moments both profound and mundane; they have laughed together, cried together, celebrated victories and mourned losses side by side, and are not mere spectators but active participants shaping our collective narrative - reminding us that regardless of time or place, we are all connected through shared experiences as partakers in this grand theater called life.