Showing Arundel Terrace this side of Lewes Crescent, and Chichester Terrace the far side.
Lithograph by Cooper after the Brighton artist Edward Fox. From Fox’s Views in Brighton, 1831.
Fox was a fine architectural and topographical artist who moved down from London in 1813. He taught drawing at 55 Ship Street. His son, also Edward, was a photographer and is described in Philippe Garner’s A Seaside Album as ‘Brighton’s principal photographic witness throughout the 1860s and beyond’. A folder of Fox senior’s drawings and prints is in the Brighton Pavilion and Museum Digital Media Bank. He died in 1875.