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Burlington Collection

Background imageBurlington Collection: Map of the St. Jamess & Bond Street areas of London

Map of the St. Jamess & Bond Street areas of London
A map of the St. Jamess and Bond Street areas of London, with a number of key landmarks annotated including the famous gentlemens clubs of St

Background imageBurlington Collection: Chiswick Hse from Garden

Chiswick Hse from Garden
Chiswick House viewed from the garden: seat of the late Earl of Burlington

Background imageBurlington Collection: England / Burton Agnes

England / Burton Agnes
BURTON AGNES HALL where the ghost of one of three sisters, killed by a robber, caused violent disturbance until her skull was brought into the house she loved

Background imageBurlington Collection: Ella Shields / Pyke 1927

Ella Shields / Pyke 1927
ELLA SHIELDS Music hall entertainer: Burlington Bertie from Bow

Background imageBurlington Collection: Hotel Burlington, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Dorset

Hotel Burlington, Boscombe, Bournemouth, Dorset. Includes an inset view of Moonrise from the Balcony of the Hotel. Date: circa 1910

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, London, 1858

Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, London, 1858
Engraving showing Burlington Arcade, Piccadilly, decorated with wreaths and banners for the Royal Wedding, 1858

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington House, London

Burlington House, London

Background imageBurlington Collection: London Burlington House Victorian period

London Burlington House Victorian period

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington House, Piccadilly, London - Victorian period

Burlington House, Piccadilly, London - Victorian period

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington House and Piccadilly, London

Burlington House and Piccadilly, London

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington Hotel, Eastbourne, Sussex

Burlington Hotel, Eastbourne, Sussex - real photo postcard c. 1950 Date: circa 1950

Background imageBurlington Collection: Advertising blotter, Admiring the Portfolio of Art Prints

Advertising blotter, Admiring the Portfolio of Art Prints - Burlington Gallery, London Proof Prints Date: circa 1900

Background imageBurlington Collection: Napier Advertisement

Napier Advertisement
A photographic advertisement for D. Napier & Son Ltd. promoting the six cylinder Napier motor carriage, which is seen in the image, driving down a countryside lane in front of a magnificent castle

Background imageBurlington Collection: Advert, The Burlington Engraving Co Ltd, London

Advert, The Burlington Engraving Co Ltd, London
Advert, engraver engraving a printing plate for the Burlington Engraving Co Ltd, Goswell Road, London EC1 Date: 1928

Background imageBurlington Collection: Street setting for film Kitty, by Burlington Studios

Street setting for film Kitty, by Burlington Studios
Aerial view of street setting for film Kitty, by Burlington Studios, at BIP Studios, Elstree, Hertfordshire Date: 1929

Background imageBurlington Collection: Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star 52-9734

Lockheed T-33A Shooting Star 52-9734
Lockheed T-33A-5-LO 52-9734 (msn 580-7959), on display at the Air Power Park and Museum (near Langley Air Force Base), Hampton, Virginia

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington House, London

Burlington House, London Date: circa 1900

Background imageBurlington Collection: Photograph of Burlington Arms, Mayfair, London

Photograph of Burlington Arms, Mayfair, London. The main side of the print (shown here) depicts: Right face on view of the pub

Background imageBurlington Collection: London University

London University
6 Burlington Gardens was built for the University of London, it has been used by various institutions in the course of its history, including the Civil Service Commission, the British Museum

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington House

Burlington House
A view of Burlington House in 1875. It was originally a private Palladian mansion owned by the Earls of Burlington and was expanded in the mid-19th century after being purchased by the British

Background imageBurlington Collection: The New Street (Regent Street) looking toward

The New Street (Regent Street) looking toward the Quadrant, designed by John Nash, London. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Rudolph Ackermanns Repository of Arts, London, 1822

Background imageBurlington Collection: The Hermitage, Frogmore, Windsor

The Hermitage, Frogmore, Windsor. Thatched cottage folly designed by Princess Elizabeth. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after an illustration by John Gendall from Rudolph Ackermanns Repository of

Background imageBurlington Collection: The Pilgrim Fathers embarking at Plymouth by A. R. Thomson

The Pilgrim Fathers embarking at Plymouth by A. R. Thomson, one of a number of murals exhibited in the Octagon Hall at Burlington House during the Royal Academy exhibition of 1938. Date: 1938

Background imageBurlington Collection: Portrait of Ruthven twins by Cowper arriving at RA

Portrait of Ruthven twins by Cowper arriving at RA
Portrait of society twin sisters, Alison and Margaret Hore-Ruthven, daughters of Lord and Lady Ruthven, by F. Cadogan Cowper arriving at Burlington House for the Royal Academy summer exhibition in

Background imageBurlington Collection: The Zephyr of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Company

The Zephyr of the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Company. Date: 1935

Background imageBurlington Collection: The Aeolus built by Burlington s

The Aeolus built by Burlington s
The Aeolus, Americas First Stainless Steel Streamline steam locomotive built by Burlington in West Burlington, Iowa. Date: 1937

Background imageBurlington Collection: Advert, Wheelock Pianos, Burlington, Vermont, USA

Advert, Wheelock Pianos, Burlington, Vermont, USA
Advert, Wheelock Pianos, A L Bailey, Sole Agent, Main Street, Burlington, Vermont, USA. (1 of 2) Date: circa 1880s

Background imageBurlington Collection: Revival of the Royal Academy Banquet, 1949

Revival of the Royal Academy Banquet, 1949
Winston Churchill making a speech at the Royal Academy banquet at Burlington House, revived after a period of ten years. Sir Alfred Munnings

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington House, Piccadilly, London

Burlington House, Piccadilly, London, where Royal Academy exhibitions take place. Date: circa 1900s

Background imageBurlington Collection: United States Navy Blue Angels - Grumman F11F-1 Tiger 141738

United States Navy Blue Angels - Grumman F11F-1 Tiger 141738, BLUE ANGELS number 6 at Burlington, Iowa. 1958: VF-156 with unit code NH, call-sign 105. 1965: Flew with the Blue Angels

Background imageBurlington Collection: At the Royal Academy 1870

At the Royal Academy 1870
Scene during the Royal Academy Exhibition at Burlington House, London. A large group of Victorian women, men and children are shown clustered around one of the paintings. Date: 1870

Background imageBurlington Collection: London University Buildings, Burlington Gardens 1870

London University Buildings, Burlington Gardens 1870
Exterior of the newly-built London University buildings in Burlington Gardens. Date: 1870

Background imageBurlington Collection: BURLINGTON ARCADE 1950S

BURLINGTON ARCADE 1950S
Smartly-dressed shoppers walking through Burlington Arcade, London W1. Date: 1950s

Background imageBurlington Collection: Tatler cover - West End Arcadians - 1959

Tatler cover - West End Arcadians - 1959
Front cover of The Tatler featuring a model wearing a coat of glove cape trimmed with white fox and a hat also of white fox from Bazaar on the Kings Road (Mary Quant)

Background imageBurlington Collection: Lancelot Glasson at work on his painting The Four

Lancelot Glasson at work on his painting The Four
Oarswomen for Burlington House: Captain Lancelot Glasson (1894-1959) at work on his painting The Four depicting women rowers before sending it to the Royal Academy exhibition. Date: 1933

Background imageBurlington Collection: Society during the 1924 London Season

Society during the 1924 London Season
Double page spread from The Sketch featuring photographs of well-known figures in society in London for the summer season

Background imageBurlington Collection: Surrealist exhibition at the New Burlington Galleries

Surrealist exhibition at the New Burlington Galleries
The International Surrealist exhibition at the New Burlington Galleries. Photographs shows Andre Breton, the leader of the Surrealist movement

Background imageBurlington Collection: Queen Sirikit of Thailand at Burlington House

Queen Sirikit of Thailand at Burlington House
An official two-day state visit to the UK by King Bhumibol Adulyadej (Rama IX) (1927-) and Queen Sirikit (1932-) of Thailand - arriving at Burlington House for a visit to the Royal Academy of Arts

Background imageBurlington Collection: Burlington Arcade, London, 1828

Burlington Arcade, London, 1828
Burlington Arcade linking Piccadilly with Bond Street showing fashionable society about to sample the delights of the arcades shops. Date: 1828

Background imageBurlington Collection: County Poor House, Burlington, Iowa, USA

County Poor House, Burlington, Iowa, USA
The county poor house at Burlington, Iowa, USA. The poor house was a welfare establishment providing accommodation for the destitute, particularly the elderly and chronic sick

Background imageBurlington Collection: Sir Arthur Evans arranging exhibits, Burlington House, Londo

Sir Arthur Evans arranging exhibits, Burlington House, Londo
Photograph of Sir Arthur Evans (1851-1941), the English archaeologist, arranging Cretan exhibits for an exhibition held at Burlington House, London, 1936

Background imageBurlington Collection: Railroad bridge over Mississippi River, Illinois, USA

Railroad bridge over Mississippi River, Illinois, USA
Train on railroad bridge over Mississippi River at Quincy, Illinois, USA, on the Chicago, Burlington and Quincy Line. Date: circa 1910

Background imageBurlington Collection: Mr. Young describing search for Livingstone

Mr. Young describing search for Livingstone
Edward J. Young, British explorer of Africa, describing his search for Dr Livingstone at the meeting of the Royal Geographical Society at Burlington House in 1868. 1868

Background imageBurlington Collection: Soiree at the Royal Academy

Soiree at the Royal Academy
Members of The Royal Academy at a soiree at Burlington House. Not a woman in sight. 1870

Background imageBurlington Collection: New buildings of London University, Burlington Gardens 1870

New buildings of London University, Burlington Gardens 1870
Front view of the new buildings of the London University in Burlington Gardens, opened by Queen Victoria in May 1870. Date: 1870

Background imageBurlington Collection: Meeting rooms of the Royal Society 1863

Meeting rooms of the Royal Society 1863
The former meeting place of the Royal Society - a room in Crane Court, seen on the left, and, on the right, the new meeting room at Burlington House. 1863

Background imageBurlington Collection: Lecture theatre, London University, Burlington House 1871

Lecture theatre, London University, Burlington House 1871
The impressive lecture theatre of the London University at Burlington Gardens, filled with people (of the male variety) in 1871. Date: 1871

Background imageBurlington Collection: South Middlesex Rifles clearing ground at Burlington House

South Middlesex Rifles clearing ground at Burlington House
Members of the South Middlesex Rifle Volunteer Corps at work by torchlight in the gardens of Burlington House, Piccadilly clearing the ground in preparation for the erection of their drill shed



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