Themed Maps: Dickens Connection, Royal Academicians, Dissenters’ Section

£3.75

A3, folded, illustrated

Description

Three themed extracts from Paths of Glory — with biographical notes, line drawings, and an annotated plan of the cemetery, looking specifically at:

Dickens Connection: William Harrison Ainsworth, Charles William Shirley Brooks, William Wilkie Collins, George Cruikshank, John Elliotson, John Forster, John (‘Fat Jack’) Pritt Harley, Mary Scott Hogarth, Thomas Hood, John Pyke Hullah, James Henry Leigh Hunt, John Leech, Samuel Lover, Daniel Maclise, William Charles Macready, The Rev. Sydney Smith, William Makepeace Thackeray, Anthony Trollope, Alfred Sydney Wigan
Royal Academicians: Sir Augustus Wall Calcott, Eyre Crowe, Thomas Daniell, Joseph Durham, Sir Charles Lock Eastlake, Alfred Elmore, William Powell Frith, Philip Hardwick, John Hollins, John Calcott Horsley, Charles Robert Leslie, Daniel Maclise, William Calder Marshall, William Mulready, John Birnie Phillip, Robert Smirke, William Strang, James Ward, John William Waterhouse
Dissenters’ Section: Lady Laura Theresa Alma-Tadema, John Edward Carew, John Cassell, Dr. John Clifford CH, Rev. Alexander Dyce, David Ochterlony Dyce Sombre, George Dyer, George Napoleon Epps, John Epps, John Hall Gladstone, Frederick Goulding, Frederick Guthrie, Henry Hetherington, Baron Gunther Rau von Holzhauzen, Humphrey Hopper, Capt. Neville Reginald Howse VC KCB KCMG FRCS FRACS, Knight of Grace of St. John of Jerusalem, Rev. David King, Samuel Lover, Sir Robert Lush, Donald Mackay, Rudolph Messel, David Napier, Edward Rigby, William Caldwell Roscoe, William Shaen, Rev. George Shapcott, John Benjamin Smith, William Strang, John McDouall Stuart, Dwarkanauth Tagore, John Tarring, John Henry Taylor, Frederick Martin Josef Welwitsch, Bernard Bolingbroke Woodward; Robert Owen cenotaph and the Reformers’ Monument.

Additional information

ISBN

n/a

Author & Publisher

Friends of Kensal Green Cemetery

Format

A3, folded, illustrated