My Lockdown Life: Day 463

COLLAGE SOURCE(S) G.H. Sydney Cowell’s “You Still Love Me” (1891) illustration (coloured) from Frederick Langbridge’s “The Queen of the Ice” in vol. 17, no. 2, p. 169 of Cassell’s Family Paper Gold frame from “Medea” via Birmingham Museums Trust (1925P105) PHOTO LOCATION Gates outside St. James’s Piccadilly, St. James’s, London

My Lockdown Life: Day 462

COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Davidson Knowles’s “Marion Was Alone” (1891) from William J. Lacey’s “In Wayward Mood” from Cassell’s Family Paper (personal photo of London Library copy) My Lockdown Life: Day 458 [Featuring Adolph Sandoz’s “Why Lingers He? The Hour of Tryst is Past” (1891) from P. 173 of Cassell’s Family Paper] Gold frame from “Wooded LandscapeContinue reading “My Lockdown Life: Day 462”

My Lockdown Life: Day 461

COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Percy Terrant’s “She Regarded, With Much Apparent Satisfaction, Our Double Reflection in the Mirror” (1891) from Kate Eyre’s “A Sharp Experience” on page 5 of Cassell’s Family Paper (hand coloured)(personal photo of London Library copy) Gold frame from “Elijah and the Widow’s Son” via Birmingham Museums Trust (1912P23)(CC0) PHOTO LOCATION The Queen’s WalkContinue reading “My Lockdown Life: Day 461”

My Lockdown Life: Day 458

COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Adolph Sandoz’s illustration “Why Lingers He? The Hour of Tryst is Past” (1891) from p. 173 of Cassell’s Family Paper (personal photo of London Library copy) Gold frame from “Reading the Letter” (1945P55) via Birmingham Museums Trust (CC0) PHOTO LOCATION Behind St. James’s Piccadilly between Jermyn Street and Piccadilly, London