Fives Court, St Martin's Street
Fives Court, St Martin's Street
Record No
21926
Title
Fives Court, St Martin's Street
Description
"A visit to the Fives Court"; shows a boxing match in progress at a venue in St Martin's Street. The venue operated as a boxing venue from 1802 until it closed in 1826 and was demolished as part of the redevelopment of the Royal Mews area into what became Trafalgar Square. The site is now under the northern edge of the Sainsbury Wing of the National Gallery.
Date of execution
1822
Section
London Metropolitan Archives
Collection
Main Print Collection
Artist
Cruikshank, Robert (1789-1856)
Engraver
Cruikshank, Robert (1789-1856)
Publisher
Sherwood, Neely and Jones
Medium
aquatint
Support
paper
Longest dimension
24cms
Shortest dimension
20cms
Picture type
crowd scene
Catalogue No
p5405500
London picture map location
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