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An illustration of Vauxhall Gardens by Thomas Rowlandson

An illustration of Vauxhall Gardens by Thomas Rowlandson

Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens - the setting of Ludovic's jilt in THE DEVIL DEVERE series by Victoria Vane

Vauxhall Gardens by Samuel Wale - Vauxhall Gardens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Thomas Rowlandson, 'Vauxhall Gardens', c.1784. V&A (see also engraving (copy) held by Museum of London). To the right of the group, Mary stands in flirtatious conference with the Prince of Wales, whilst her husband stands to her other side (crippled and cuckolded).

Vauxhall Gardens

Thomas Rowlandson, An entertainment in Vauxhall Gardens in . This group portrait depicts one of the most fashionable of London’s pleasure gardens. Rowlandson, a cartoonist, had a great insight.

rotunda at Vauxhall Gardens

Vauxhall Gardens: The Organ, the Turkish Tent, and the Rotunda

View of the centre cross walk in Vauxhall Gardens. A coloured etching and engraving by Edward Rooker, after a painting by Canaletto; printed and sold by Robert Sayer at the Golden Buck opposite Fetter Lane, Fleet Street. Museum of London

View of the centre cross walk in Vauxhall Gardens. A coloured etching and engraving by Edward Rooker, after a painting by Canaletto; printed and sold by Robert Sayer at the Golden Buck opposite Fetter Lane, Fleet Street.

'Vauxhall Gardens showing the Grand Walk at the entrance of the Garden and the Orchestra with the Musick Playing', print published in London, 1751

The Pleasure Gardens at Vauxhall were one of London's most popular attractions between the and century. Privately-run and for-profit, the Gardens eventually closed for good in the Picture by a young William Hogarth at the Foundling Museum

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