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CUPER’S GARDENS WATER ENTRANCE, LAMBETH

View of the Thames foreshore and water entrance to Cuper's Gardens, the famous pleasure gardens, which flourished from 1691 to 1753. Somerset House are visible on the north bank. The site of the gardens is now occupied by Waterloo Bridge.Engraved by W.M.Fellows after a painting by Samuel Scott and originally published in 1808. Taken from a reprint in 'The London Pleasure Gardens' by Warwick Wroth 1896Ref: 2/581 p.249

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Ref:06157
Original ref:2/58 p.249
Date:1808

-Before 1850EngravingENTERTAINMENTRIVERS AND WATERCOURSESWATERLOO

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