My Lockdown Life: Day 483

Figure (x2) from John Tenniel's "Donnybrook Fair Under the New Lord Lieutenant" (1852) from "Punch" (vol. 22, p. 134) crosses the intersection of Jermyn Street and Regent Street St. James's, West End, London (walking on one of Vanessa Jackson RA's "UpTownDancing" 13 pedestrian crossings for the Royal Academy/Art of London "Piccadilly Art Takeover" )

COLLAGE SOURCE(S)

John Tenniel’s “Donnybrook Fair Under the New Lord Lieutenant” (1852) from Punch (vol. 22, p. 134)(coloured)(personal photo of personal copy of Punch)

UpTownDancing by Vanessa Jackson RA (1 of 13)- pedestrian crossing art on Regent Street St. James’s, West End, which is part of “Piccadilly Art Takeover” sponsored by the Royal Academy and Art of London

Frame from Head of a Monk via Birmingham Museums Trust (1984P24)(CC0)

PHOTO LOCATION

Intersection of Jermyn Street and Regent Street St. James’s, West End, London

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

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