This page represents some of our collection of original Antique prints of West and West Central London. We cover all areas of London with an emphasis on panoramas. For stock lists, enquiries and purchases, please do contact us
Holland House: Samuel Rogers’ seat and Inigo Jones Gateway.
Leicester Square in 1753 and 1874.
Holland House. A Garden Party. From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
Foundling Hospital: View over Coram Fields with Hampstead Heath and Islington in the far distance.
Aerial view from Westminster to Blackfriars, looking over Buckingham Palace, St James’s Park, the Mall and Birdcage walk
Trafalgar Square. Royal review of the Troops from Egypt. The Anglo-Egyptian War of 1882 had ended a nationalist uprising and allowed for British occupation until 1936.
Covent Garden Market. Early Morning. From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
Lisson Green as it was in the 18th century.
Golden Square, Soho. View in 1750.
Entrance gate to Hyde Park with Wyatt’s Wellington statue on right-hand archway.
Charing Cross. View looking up the Strand.
Somerset House. View on Charing Cross towards St Martin’s Church.
Somerset House and the New Church, St Mary le Strand. Viewed from the Morning Post office.
Regent Street, looking towards the Quadrant between Prince’s Street and Hanover Street and showing Cockerell’s Hanover Chapel. A poster carried by a young boy says “Vote for Boys”.
St George’s Parish Church, Hanover Square.
Hyde Park. Ladies’ Mile. From the famous French artist’s four year pilgrimage through London.
Adelphi Buildings. The Eleven houses above the vaulted wharves by the Adam brothers were London’s earliest neoclassical buildings.
Villiers Street. View of York buildings 70 ft water tower and stairs with Westminster Bridge in the distance.
Marylebone. Bird’s Eye view over Lord’s, Baker Street and Regent’s Park.
Powis House, Ormond Street.
St. Martin-in-the Fields. The Mews. Site of present day National Gallery.
Charing Cross after Canaletto.
Trafalgar Square, site of the yet to be erected Nelson Monument.
St Martin’s Church from Charing Cross.
Lincoln’s Inn Fields. Newcastle House, Duke of Lancaster’s House and Sir John Soane Museum.
Southampton or Bloomsbury Square. Great Russell Street in centre.
St Clement Danes in the Strand. South west view of the church designed by Sir Christopher Wren.
Nelson’s Column, Trafalgar Square.
Waterloo Bridge from the east end of Somerset Terrace with the Lord Mayor’s Barge and Westminster in he distance.
Hyde Park Corner, looking towards Apsley House on Piccadilly.
Notting Barn Farm, Notting Hill in 1830.
Leicester Square. Temporary building where Mr. Wyld’s Model of the Earth is Exhibited.
Somerset Place and the Adelphi. View across the Thames from Temple Garden. After Joseph Farington.
Queen’s Road Palace Gardens, Bayswater.
Adelphi Terrace, formerly the Royal Terrace, centrepiece of the Adam brothers’ Adelphi development.
Oxford Circus, formerly called Regent Circus on Oxford Street
Paddington Church, views of the church in 1750 and 1805.
Berkley Square. View of the square designed by William Kent at the end of the 18th century.
Campden House, now Campden Hill between Holland Park and Notting Hill.
Leicester Square looking towards Leicester House with a statue of King George I in the garden centre.
Leicester Square viewed from Leicester Place.
Westminster Bridge: View towards the Houses of Parliament.
View of the Strand and Somerset House.
West Central Bird’s Eye View from St Mary-le-Strand to the Law Courts and vertically from the Strand to beyond Holborn.
Millbank. View up the Thames from Millbank towards the yet to be built Regent bridge, later replaced by Vauxhall bridge. After Joesph Farington.
Holland House, Holland Park. Exterior view of Cope Castle, now home to the open air Holland Park Theatre and Opera.
St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden.
Covent Garden: View of the Market.
Paddington Green in 1750.
Landsdowne House, Berkley Square.
Charing Cross. Entry to the Strand from Charing Cross, showing the portico of St Martin in the Fields, the opening of the Strand and Northumberland House. Inscribed on the pedestal of Charles I’s statue is “T. S. Boys 1841”.