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

My Lockdown Life: Day 440

COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Edward Linley Sambourne’s “Ladies Not Admitted” from the 21 March 1896 issue of Punch (vol. 110, p. 134)(hand coloured)(personal photo of London Library copy of Punch) PHOTO LOCATION Photo 1: Bus stop on East Street, Hoxton, London Photo 2: Cayton Street outside of Moorfields Eye Hospital, London THOUGHTS I recently went to MoorfieldsContinue reading “My Lockdown Life: Day 440”

My Lockdown Life: Day 436

COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Figure from Edward Linley Sambourne’s “The Japanese School at the Royal Academy” from the 4 February 1888 issue of Punch (vol. 94, p. 50) (personal photo of London Library copy of Punch) PHOTO LOCATION Photo 1: Escalator to the Jubilee Line in Green Park Station, London Photo 2: Front of the house atContinue reading “My Lockdown Life: Day 436”

My Lockdown Life: Day 434

COLLAGE SOURCE(S) Figure from John Tenniel’s “The Nemesis of Neglect” from the 29 September 1888 issue of Punch (vol. 95, p. 151)(personal photo of London Library copy) PHOTO LOCATION Photo 1: Evening Standard kiosk, Regent Street, St. James’s, London Photo 2: Blue hoardings around the newly demolished Elephant & Castle Shopping Centre and an orangeContinue reading “My Lockdown Life: Day 434”