image courtesy of Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove | Licence: Public Domain
image courtesy of Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove | Licence: Public Domain

Perspective View of Brighthelmston and of the Sea Coast as far as the Isle of Wight

Date

1765

Artist

Print after James Lambert II

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Description

Coloured Lithograph. Royal Coat of Arms below the image. This is the earliest engraved view of Brighton. It is thought that the area where the harvesters are working is now occupied by St James's Street and Edward Street. To the left are three windmills and it is thought James Lambert himself painting the picture, in the corner left. At the top of this Print above the image is written Lambert's Correct view of Brightelston in 1765. below a dedication to Henry, Duke of Gloucester.
Additional Makers: Print made by - Arthur Wallis

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Image Credit

image courtesy of Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove

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Location

Brighton Beach, Brighton, East Sussex, England

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