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Joseph - Spencer Perceval N070526 Featured J Print

Joseph - Spencer Perceval N070526

APSLEY HOUSE, London. "Spencer Perceval" (1762-1812) by George Francis JOSEPH (1764-1846) Prime Minister 1809 until his assassination. WM 1558-1948. Spencer Perceval was second son of the Earl of Egmont. A successful barrister, he entered Parliament in 1796, became Solicitor General in 1801, Attorney General in 1802, Chancellor of the Exchequer in 1807 and Prime Minister in 1809. On 11 May 1812 he was assassinated in the House of Commons by John Bellingham, a "man of disordered mind". This painting was made from a death-mask taken by Joseph Nollekens, and is one of several made after Perceval's death. The National Portrait Gallery has another version

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Royal Vauxhall pre-flight consultation Featured J Print

Royal Vauxhall pre-flight consultation

Royal Vauxhall pre-flight consultation. Historical artwork depicting a meeting held prior to the flight of the Royal Vauxhall in 1836. The balloon flight, which set a record for distance covered in a balloon, departed from Vauxhall, London on 7th November and arrived in Weilburg, Germany, 18 hours later. The balloon is at upper left. The men depicted are, from left to right: Walter Prideaux, John Hollins, William James. Around the table are: Robert Hollond, Charles Green, and Thomas Monck Mason. Hollond, Green and Mason formed the Nassau Party who made the journey. Original painting by J. Hollins after an engraving by J. H. Robinson. Published in 1843


Trafalgar Square EGP_22657_75 Featured J Print

Trafalgar Square EGP_22657_75

Trafalgar Square, Westminster, London, 22 May 1909.
Dr William James Stewart Lockyer (1868-??1936) silver gelatin glass plate negative. This view, from the balloon Corona at 2, 000ft (610m), was taken by the pioneering balloonist Dr James Lockyer. Like his father, Sir Norman Lockyer, James was an astronomer, but he had always been '??air-minded'??. He made his first balloon ascent in 1907, and served with the Royal Naval Air Service and the Royal Air Force in the First World War. Lockyer was familiar with photographic technology from his astronomical work, and that probably explains the high quality of this image. The Admiralty Arch, built between 1906 and 1911, can be seen under construction (centre right) between Trafalgar Square and The Mall. From the EGPN Collection held by Historic England Archive

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