Thames and London by Gideon Yates

The artist Gideon Yates (1790-1837) depicted mainly aspects of the city related to its river.

O pintor Gideon Yates (1790-1837) deixou retratados principalmente aspetos da cidade relacionados com o seu rio.

Gideon Yates (1790-1837)-'view of the Old London Bridge from the South Bank looking toward Fishmongers Hall and the Monument'-oil on canvas 

Gideon Yates (1790-1837)-'a panorama of the Thames up river from London Bridge'-watercolor on paper 

Gideon Yates (1790-1837)-'a view of London Bridge from the North Bank and Custom's House Quay, looking South, showing St. Olave's, Tooley street' 

Gideon Yates (1790-1837)-'Paddlesteamers and other shipping on Thames before London Bridge' 

Gideon Yates (1790-1837)-'view from above Goding's New Lion Ale Brewery'

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