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Hyde Park Corner - James Pollard - Framed Print - 12"H x 16"W


Hyde Park Corner - James Pollard - Framed Print - 12"H x 16"W

NB. The Original was published in May 1838

James Pollard was a British painter noted for his mail coach, fox hunting and equine scenes.

James Pollard exhibited at the Royal Academy and at the British Institution.

During his career, he also worked with John Frederick Herring, Sr. on several horse racing paintings in which he painted the backgrounds and spectators while Herring painted the horses.


Hyde Park Corner is an area in London and has as a number of notable monuments.

Some of these monuments are:

  • The Wellington Arch (or Constitution Arch)
  • A smaller equestrian statue of Wellington
  • The Machine Gun Corps Memorial
  • The Royal Artillery Memorial
  • The Australian War Memorial
  • The New Zealand War Memorial.
  • Monument to the Cavalry of the Empire
  • Boy and Dolphin statue
  • The Queen Elizabeth Gate
  • The Wellington Monument
  • A statue of Lord Byron

Interesting Fact:

    "Hyde Park Corner" was used as a codeword to announce to the government the death of King George VI in 1952.

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