15 More Stunning Paintings Of Old London Compared To Modern Location

The Thames at Westminster Stairs by Claude de Jongh

The Thames at Westminster Stairs (1630s) by Claude de Jongh

Halley Docherty (Reddit user halz) has created 15 more stunning images of London by mashing up old paintings and placing them in their modern setting. You can view the original set of images here.

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Have You Seen The Stunning Old Paintings Of London In Their Modern Settings?

Northumberland House (1752) by Canaletto
Northumberland House (1752) by Canaletto

Halley Docherty (Reddit user shystone) has created 10 mashups of old paintings of London and placing them in their modern settings. I think you'll agree that the juxtapositions created are stunning.

A View of Greenwich from the River (1750-2) Canaletto
A View of Greenwich from the River (1750-2) by Canaletto
Blackman Street London (1885) by John Atkinson Grimshaw
Blackman Street London (1885) by John Atkinson Grimshaw
Covent Garden Market (1737) by Balthazar Nebot
Covent Garden Market (1737) by Balthazar Nebot
St Martins in the Fields (1888) by William Logsdail
St Martins in the Fields (1888) by William Logsdail
The 9th of November, 1888 (1890) by William Logsdail
The 9th of November, 1888 (1890) by William Logsdail
The River Thames with St. Paul's Cathedral on Lord Mayor's Day (1746) by Canaletto
The River Thames with St. Paul's Cathedral on Lord Mayor's Day (1746) by Canaletto
The Strand Looking East from Exeter Exchange (1822) Artist Unknown
The Strand Looking East from Exeter Exchange (1822) Artist Unknown
View of The Grand Walk (1751) Canaletto
View of The Grand Walk (1751) by Canaletto
Westminster Abbey with a Procession of Knights of the Bath (1749) by Canaletto
Westminster Abbey with a Procession of Knights of the Bath (1749) by Canaletto

You can learn more about each image on the imgur album page.