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Panorama (Leicester Square, London, England)
Panorama, Leicester Square : now exhibiting two views of Paris : the one taken between the Pont Neuf, the Louvre, Mint, and Quatre Nations : the other from a steam-engine on the River Seine : showing the Thuilleries, the place where the late king was beheaded, the Champ de Mars, the Hospital des Invalids, and St. Could, the summer-residence of the First Consul.
[London] : J. Adlard, printer, Duke-Street, Smithfield, 1803.
Physical Description:
1 print : woodcut and letterpress ; sheet 28 x 22 cm
Rare Books and Manuscripts
Folio A 2016 3b
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A schematic key to a 360-degree panorama of Paris exhibited at the Leicester Square Panorama, with important buildings identified. The key references the second of two views ("the other") named in the title.
"Mr. Barker, inventor and proprietor of the Panorama, Leicester Square, where a succession of views will be continued as usual, has no connection with the panorama in the Strand, nor with any other painting in London. Books descriptive of the city of Paris may be had at the Panorama, price 6d. Open from ten till dusk. Admittance to each painting 1s."--Foot of the sheet.
Subject Terms:
Panorama (Leicester Square, London, England)
Panoramas -- Great Britain.
Paris (France) -- Buildings, structures, etc.
Paris (France) -- Pictorial works.
Woodcuts -- 1803.
Adlard, James, printer.
Barker, Robert, 1739-1806.
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