Brunswick Terrace, Brighton


Steel engraving by Edward Finden after William Westall. Published in Moule’s Great Britain Illustrated 1830. This publication included 121 views around the country. Thomas Moule (1784-1851) is best known for his highly decorated county maps of England, but among his other publications were Cathedral Churches and The Illustrations of the Work of Walter Scott.

The original watercolour by Westall is illustrated in Brighton revealed: Through Artists’ Eyes c1760-c1960 published by Royal Pavilion, Art Gallery and Museums, Brighton, 1995, p 96.

Illustrated in Fashionable Brighton 1820-1860 by Antony Dale. Country Life, 1947, p 120.

Also illustrated Brighton. Scènes détachées d’un Voyage en Angleterre by Le Comte A de la Garde. Librairie de J – P Aillaud, Paris, 1834, opposite p 97.

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