Discussion in 'London and the South East' started by Ponyutd, May 20, 2014.
He's one of my favourite artists.
They had an exhibition of his works at the Guildhall a few years back.
What a talent he was.
i have a print of 'liverpool quay by moonlight' (this) on the wall
the original of this
is up for sale at sothebys soon
(deptford - john cleveley the elder)
estimate price is up to 500,000 dollars
approximate view from same angle now here
master shipwright's house (left of picture) is still there
Thanks for that Puddy_Tat. Just had a quick look at Cleveley's works.
This fella disobeyed orders and set sail in bad weather to deliver a message to the British fleet. The ship he captained went down with all hands.
He was 17
Tuberculosis patients taking in the fresh air outside St Thomas's
Jetton from the 1600s, a gold pin, and a tiny 9 carat gold fox.
These are a few of my favourite River Thames things
How much would you give to be able to walk round these docks.
Have your say on proposals for a new river crossing between Rotherhithe and Canary Wharf - Transport for London - Citizen Space
Rotherhithe crossing options now online
the 'London Inheritance' blog has a selection from the Pool of London today - here
(this blogger is re-visiting locations photographed by his late father in the 40s and 50s)
Ooh I hope they do a bridge, that'd be well handy. Canary Wharf is an absolute bugger to get to.
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