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Gustave Doré - Séjour à Londres 1872

Gustave Doré - Séjour à Londres 1872

Gustave Doré and Blanchard Jerrold, ‘London: A Pilgrimage’

London Bridge from "London: A Pilgrimage", illustrated by Gustave Dore and written by Blanchard Jerrold

"In Bishopsgate" from Gustave Doré’s East End by the gentle author

Contemporary critics expressed reservations about the book when it came out. Doré disliked sketching in public so there were many errors of detail.

Whitechapel, one of the worst London slums & stomping ground of Jack The Ripper

Whitechapel, one of the worst London slums (I am pinning all these Whitechapel stuff on Halloween night, ;

London, a pilgrimage: Gustave Doré's historic visions of the capital city

London, a pilgrimage: Gustave Doré's historic visions of the capital city

In French artist Gustave Doré began an extraordinary collaboration with the British journalist Blanchard Jerrold. Together, over four years, they produced a landmark account of the deprivation and squalor of mid-Victorian London

Slums Of London, Engraving By Gustave Photograph  - Slums Of London, Engraving By Gustave Fine Art Print

Slums Of London, Engraving By Gustave Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Everett

Slums Of London, Engraving By Gustave Photograph - Slums Of London, Engraving By Gustave Fine Art Print

Working class Victorian London homes

Over London by Rail, by Gustave Doré, shows the cramped living conditions in Victorian London slums, similar to those in Portsea at the time.

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