My Lockdown Life: Day 468

Figures from Edward Linley Sambourne's "Now You're Quite the Gentleman" (1891) from the 5 December 1891 issue of "Punch" (vol. 101, p. 266) on Waterloo Bridge near Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London

COLLAGE SOURCE(S)

Edward Linley Sambourne’s “Now You’re Quite the Gentleman” (1891) from the 5 December 1891 issue of Punch (vol. 101, p. 266)(coloured)(personal photo of London Library copy)

Gold frame from “Wooded Landscape with Sheep Crossing a Bridge” via Birmingham Museums Trust (1984P10)(CC0)

PHOTO LOCATION

Waterloo Bridge next to Royal Festival Hall, South Bank, London

Published by annmhale

Ann M. Hale is a London-based freelance editor, writer, and independent scholar.

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