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Creators: Tucker, Chris
Date: 2013
Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/1059636
Description: Many people have left footsteps in Watt Street, some have been removed, some still remain. While looking for escaped convicts in 1797, Lieutenant Shortland accidentally came across the entrance to New... More
Reviewed: Reviewed
Date: 2011
Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/1059696
Description: Drawings and digital prints contributed to a group exhibition exploring the latent architectural qualities in the idea of the ‘island’. The participating artists and architects were asked to examine t... More
Reviewed: Reviewed
Creators: Alexander, Brett
Date: 2009
Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/1059657
Description: Cartography is the research and practice of making maps. It links science, aesthetics, and technique. Its premise is that reality can be effectively modeled in ways that communicate spatial informatio... More
Reviewed: Reviewed
Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:2676
Description: A military melodrama of 1898, the author was John Geraint who probably adapted it from Muskerry and Jourdain's spectacular re-creation, Khartoum; or, the Star of the Desert. The poster is notable for ... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3039
Description: The Drury Lane pantomime for 1907 by Hickory Wood and Arthur Collins. The artist Hassall, was the best commercial artist of his time, and his advertising and theatre posters stand out from the work of... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/32537
Description: The company, was associated with the Gilbert and Sullivan collaborations from 1875 until its closure in 1982. Such was its popularity that numerous companies bearing its name toured throughout the wor... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3068
Description: Alhambra or Empire 1893.
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3046
Description: An opera bouffe in 3 acts by H. B. Farnie was originally performed at the Comedy in October 1883.
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: http://hdl.handle.net/1959.13/32485
Description: Graham Robertson (1866-1948) was a well known painter, and was best known for his children's books and their illustration. He was a close friend of Ellen Terry. Mrs. Patrick Campbell (1865-1940) becam... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3056
Description: From the pantomime Harlequin and Padmanaba, or, The Golden Fish produced at Covent Garden in 1811. The cart made up of a cradle, four cheeses and a fender and drawn by dogs burlesques the notoriusly o... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:2677
Description: The poster illustrate a classic melodramatic situation, the last-minute rescue of the brave hero from execution for a crime he did not commit. The long and golden-haired heroine is also a classic figu... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3064
Description: The Drury Lane pantomime for 1864 written by the prolific E. L. Blanchard. The insertion of jokey names for the minor actors was standard practice on pantomime posters and playbills, and makes researc... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3051
Description: Lewis Waller (1860-1915), probably the original matinee idol of the London stage, became identified with the character of D'Artagnan in the adaptation of Dumas's Three Musketeers by Henry Hamilton, fi... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3045
Description: A splendid example of a poster in early art nouveau style. The villainess is easily identifiable (heroines never wore bright colours), as are the heroine herself and the comic couple. The play dates f... More
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Language: eng
Resource Type: still image
Identifier: uon:3058
Description: Costume design for the King in La Belle aux Bois Dormant by Marcel Multzer; Sarah Bernhardt Theatre, Paris, December 25, 1905. Multzer designed the costumes for Irving's productions of Robespierre (Ly... More
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