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Tournaire's Equestrians, Vauxhall Gardens; 1846

Tournaire's Equestrians, Vauxhall Gardens; 1846
3 0 c m
actual image size: 29cm x 22cm

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A poster advertising the 'Tournaire's Equestrians' at Vauxhall Gardens. It features several illustrations of the riders, including: Madame Klatt, M. Francious Tourniaire, Madame Louise Tourniaire, M. Huber, M. M. Benedict and Theodore and M. Ferdinand Tourniaire.
Vauxhall Gardens was London’s most famous Pleasure Garden. Opened at Vauxhall in about 1660 under the name ‘New Spring Gardens’, its enclosed grounds and tree-lined walks provided a fashionable place where, for a small fee, Londoners of all classes could meet and promenade.
Vauxhall Gardens was a wonderland of delights whose attractions included romantic vistas and secluded grottoes, music, lights, tea and supper rooms, spectacular theatrical performances and firework displays.

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1846 AD - 1846 AD
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