COLLAGE SOURCE(S) George Dunlop Leslie’s “The Convent Garden” (c.1857–1870) – Image from ArtUK and Sudley House, Liverpool (CC-BY) PHOTO LOCATION Former florist on Arklow Road, Deptford
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Henry Nelson O’Neil’s “The Letter Writer” (1860) PHOTO LOCATION Arklow Road, Deptford
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Edwin Landseer’s “Man Proposes, God Disposes” (1864) PHOTO LOCATION Watergate Street near the stairs to the Thames
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) William Powell Frith’s “The Two Central Figures in ‘Derby Day‘” (1860) (See also The Derby Day) PHOTO LOCATION Eat Vietnam bar-b-grill restaurant on Evelyn Street, Deptford
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Arthur Hughes’s “Ophelia” (Second Version) (c.1865) PHOTO LOCATION Convoy’s Wharf Hoardings on Prince Street, Deptford, London
COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Edward Burne-Jones’s “Princess Sabra Led to the Dragon” (1866) PHOTO LOCATION Cartwright Gardens, Bloomsbury, London THOUGHTS 2021 = dragon, of course2020 = bin bag on the side of the streetHopefully we can all approach the challenges of the coming new year with the same poise and disdain as Princess Sabra. Happy New Year!