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London, a pilgrimage

by Jerrold, Blanchard

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Published by Dover Publications in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • London (England)
    • Subjects:
    • London (England) -- Social life and customs,
    • London (England) -- Description and travel

    • Edition Notes

      Originally published in 1872, with a new introd. by M. Rose.

      Statementby Gustave Doré and Blanchard Jerrold.
      ContributionsDoré, Gustave, 1832-1883, illus.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA683 .J56 1970
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxxiv, 191 p.
      Number of Pages191
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4575690M
      ISBN 10048622306X
      LC Control Number77120847

      Wood-engraved title page, illustrated with numerous wood-engraved plates, vignettes, head- and tail-pieces after Doré. 13 parts in 1 vols. Folio. Doré's London in original Parts Issue. "Doré's devastating realization of the contrast of wealth and poverty in a modern metropolis makes LONDON one of the great illustrated books of the world.". London: a pilgrimage. Gustave Doré and Blanchard Jerrold. Published by Grant and co, This book - pages - in folio format looks good. The spine has been neatly restored and has new endpapers. The book itself has no stains or tears. Furthermore it contains many wood engravings, most of which are full-page. These are protected by tissue papers. Doré's most famous realistic engravings.

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      Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for London: A Pilgrimage by Gustave Dore, Blanchard Jerrold (Hardback, ) at the best online prices at eBay! London in the middle of the s was a subject endlessly sketched by artists, studied by social reformers, and discussed by writers. This comprehensive collection of drawings by Gustave Doré, France's most celebrated graphic artist of the period, presents a panoramic portrait of that engrossing city — from fashionable ladies riding in a sunlit park to ragged wretches in a shadowy side street.


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Father Thames Gustave Doré’s cover illustration for London: A Pilgrimage. The project took four years to complete, featured engravings, and was finally published in London.

A Pilgrimage on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. London. A Pilgrimage/5(4). The ambitious project, which took four years to complete, was eventually published as London: a pilgrimage with engravings.

Contemporary critics had severe reservations about the book. Doré disliked sketching in public so there were many errors of detail; it showed only the extremes of society, and Jerrold’s text was superficial.

'London: A Pilgrimage' is a forgotten classic of social journalism, a frank and brutal look at the poverty striken, gin-swi Accompanied by the famous artist Gustave Dore, Jerrold prowled every corner of the heaving metropolis, sometimes with plain-clothes police for protection/5.

'London: A Pilgrimage' was conceived in by the journalist and playwright Blanchard Jerrold. Accompanied by the famous artist Gustave Doré, Jerrold prowled every corner of the heaving metropolis, sometimes with plain-clothes police for protection. 'London: A Pilgrimage' is a forgotten classic of social journalism, a frank and brutal look at the poverty striken, gin-swilling London.

The correct title of this book is “London: A Pilgrimage.” This is an important work of Dorés. It’s too bad the scan is of such poor quality. Pages are missing and the illustrations are not particularly legible.

1, Views. 7 Favorites. 1 Review. DOWNLOAD OPTIONS download 1 file. 'London: A Pilgrimage' is an enlightening work that brings to life the chaotic and gloomy past of a great city on the cusp of modern times. Peter Ackroyd's excellent introduction sheds further light on the period and the context in which Jerrold and Doré felt compelled to reveal to the world the squalor into which London was slowly sinking.

The ambitious project, which took four years to complete, was eventually published as London: a pilgrimage with engravings. [British Library website] Provenance The front pastedown carries the book ticket of J.J.

Harris Teall. Subject Urban Life Cities Wood-Engravings. Contributors. Buy London: A Pilgrimage (Anthem Travel Classics) by Jerrold, Blanchard, Doré, Gustave, Ackroyd, Peter (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 4. London: A Pilgrimage by Jerrold, Blanchard,Dore, Gustave and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The book, London: A Pilgrimage, with engravings by Dore, was eventually published in Gustave Dore, Houndsditch () Although a commercial success, many of the critics disliked the book.

Several were upset that Dore had appeared to concentrate on the poverty that existed in London. Gustave Dore was accused by the Art Journal of. The book is not a history and does not attempt to be a comprehensive guide, rather it is a series of contemporary commentaries written in a lively, exciting and entertaining style, of different aspects of the London scene.

Attempts have been made to adopt this book into the socialist cannon of worthy studies of London's by:   "London: A Pilgrimage" is an enlightening work that brings to life the chaotic and gloomy past of a great city on the cusp of modern times. incredible etchings by Gustave Dore escort Jerrold on his odyssey through the pulsating city, into the Lambeth gas works, seedy opium dens and grubby bathing houses; peering curiously into the desperate /5(26).

London in the middle of the s was a subject endlessly sketched by artists, studied by social reformers, and discussed by writers. This comprehensive collection of drawings by Gustave Doré, France's most celebrated graphic artist of the period, presents a panoramic portrait of that engrossing city — from fashionable ladies riding in a sunlit park to ragged wretches in a/5.

Scuffy prompted Rillstone to finally tackle his own pilgrimage – a journey along what he calls “the river of my life”. recently named International Book Store of the Year, London.

Book online to reseve a space on our pilgrimage to Lourdes, Fatima, Santiago de Compostela, the Holy Land, Rome and Asssi [email protected] Tel: | Get this from a library. London, a pilgrimage. [Blanchard Jerrold; Gustave Doré] -- "London in the middle of the s was a subject endlessly sketched by artists, studied by social reformers, and discussed by writers.

This comprehensive collection of drawings by Gustave Doré. Book Review: London A Pilgrimage. Grumbles aside, London A Pilgrimage is worth the price for its illustrations alone.

And despite Jerrold’s difficult narrative, some of the quotations are. Get this from a library. London: a pilgrimage. [Blanchard Jerrold; Gustave Doré] -- This work is every bit a forgotten classic of social journalism, a frank and brutal look at the poverty stricken, gin swilling London of the 19th century, written in an astute, bold and gripping.

Pilgrimage is a novel sequence by the British author Dorothy Richardson, from the first half of the 20th comprises 13 volumes, including a final posthumous volume. It is now considered a significant work of literary dson's own term for the volumes was "chapters".

From Writer to Painter: Van Gogh’s London Pilgrimage. Boyd Tonkin. book-selling, and evangelism, would pursue his vocation as an artist. Yet, from his teenage years, he had painted in words, with all the rhapsodic power of a voracious reader steeped in the fiction and poetry of three languages: Dutch, English, and French.London: Grant & Co, First edition.

Wood-engraved title page, illustrated with numerous wood-engraved plates, vignettes, head- and tail-pieces after Doré. 13 parts in 1 vols. Folio. Original printed wrappers, spines repaired. Very good, clea Book Edition: First Edition.Over London – by Rail.

This is probably the most famous and most often seen plate from London. The French artist Gustave Doré also imagines the city’s ruinous destiny in his visual report on the city, London: A Pilgrimage, published in The nightmare of London’s future continued to captivate artists in the 20th century.