View of the South Side, from near the Princes Gate, Looking West
Museum no. 19633
The Crystal Palace was purpose-built in Hyde Park in London to house the products of manufacturers, designers and craftsmen from Britain, its colonies and all around the world. 100,000 exhibits were on display; more than six million visitors going through the pavilions in the five months the Exhibition was open.
This print can be found in Prints and Drawings Study Room box EDUC 4