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Masquerade at the Pantheon, 1773

Masquerade at the Pantheon, 1773

A Masquerade at the King's Theatre, Haymarket London, England (probably) ca. 1724 (made) Grisoni (Ascribed to, painter (artist))

A Masquerade at the King's Theatre, Haymarket London, England (probably) ca. 1724 (made) Grisoni (Ascribed to, painter (artist))

A View of the Canal, Chinese Building, Rotunda,  in Ranelagh Gardens, with the Masquerade, Grignion, Charles, 1750s. At the centre of the scene, on a canal, is the Chinese pavilion with figures inside. In the distance is the Rotunda, a large circular building. On either side of the scene are two long avenues of trees. People dressed in masquerade costume promenade through the grounds.

A View of the Canal, Chinese Building, Rotunda, in Ranelagh Gardens, with the Masquerade, Grignion, Charles, 1750s. At the centre of the scene, on a canal, is the Chinese pavilion with figures inside. In the distance is the Rotunda, a large circular building. On either side of the scene are two long avenues of trees. People dressed in masquerade costume promenade through the grounds.

Inns and Taverns of Old London by Henry C. Shelley; Part IV: Pleasure Gardens of Old London -- Chapter 1: Vauxhall. Chapter 2: Ranelagh. (Image is of Venetian Masquerade at Ranelagh, April 26,1749)

Inns and Taverns of Old London by Henry C. Shelley; Part IV: Pleasure Gardens of Old London -- Chapter 1: Vauxhall. Chapter 2: Ranelagh. (Image is of Venetian Masquerade at Ranelagh, April 26,1749)

Regency Hot Spots: The Leverian Museum, via Regency Reader. Described by a 1803 guidebook as "the completest and most interesting collection of natural curiosities in the metropolis," the Leverian Museum  (or Museum Leverianum) was the result of a collectio...

Regency Hot Spots: The Leverian Museum, via Regency Reader. Described by a 1803 guidebook as "the completest and most interesting collection of natural curiosities in the metropolis," the Leverian Museum (or Museum Leverianum) was the result of a collectio...

Drury Lane Theatre, Regency England - apparently the theatre-goers behaved very rudely during performances.

Drury Lane Theatre, Regency England - apparently the theatre-goers behaved very rudely during performances.

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