Friday, July 29, 2022

Kori Roff Lawrence's new book, Royal Weddings of the 1840s


From Amazon:

This book delves into the European royal weddings which took place from 1840 until 1849. This involves over a dozen royal houses from England and Russia to Spain, Austria and the various kingdoms of both a pre-unified Germany and a pre-unified Italy."

Monday, July 18, 2022

The Platinum Jubilee Pageant photo exhibit


@Harry Reichhold.  

The Platinum Jubilee Pageant

An extraordinary new photographic exhibition at London Bridge Railway Station 

By Henry Reichhold

A vibrant and colourful photographic exhibition has just opened at London Bridge Railway Station, celebrating the spectacular Platinum Jubilee Pageant.

Photographer Henry Reichhold has created two huge collages from over 800 images - the artworks showcase the huge range of events that made up the Pageant and capture the excitement of the day in exquisite detail and bold bright colours. 

Explore the images and discover the big events such as the Royal Family on the balcony, and singer Ed Sheeran on stage, or look deeper to uncover the many narratives that make up the artwork that tells the whole story. The exhibition can be seen at London Bridge Station Tooley St Overground exit, and will run until the 31st of August. 

all photos @Henry Reichhold 

Please contact

Henry Reichhold for further details on or 07852 192371. 

A short film accompanying the exhibition can be viewed here:

Monday, July 11, 2022

A History of Royal Jubilees by June Woolerton


June Woolerton has written a timely book,  A History of British Royal Jubilees  (Pen & Sword), focusing on the jubilees of King George III, Queen Victoria (the first to have a Diamond Jubilee), King George V, and Queen Elizabeth II.

At Royal Central.  June is known as Lydia Starbuck.

This book is available now in the UK. It will be available for US readers in October.