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The Great Fire of London, 1666 | Art UK

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History: Picture Gallery – The Great Fire of London and

The Great Fire of London was a major conflagration that swept through the central parts of the English city of London, from Sunday, 2 September to Wednesday, 5 September 1666. The fire gutted the medieval City of London inside the old Roman City Wall.

How the Great Fire of London unfolded: Official blunders

The wharfside warehouses are ablaze, as is the pre-Norman church of St Magnus the Martyr. The houses built on London Bridge are also on fire – flames licking at the necks of the traitors’ heads on their pikes. Pepys, his “heart full of trouble”, heads for the river.

Great Fire of London – Wikipedia

The Great Fire of London, depicted by an unknown painter, as it would have appeared from a boat in the vicinity of Tower Wharf on the evening of Tuesday, 4 September 1666. To the left is London Bridge; to the right, the Tower of London. St. Paul’s Cathedral is in the distance, surrounded by the tallest flames.

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Great Fire of London – paintings and sculpture PPT by

I have put together this powerpoint of images of the Great Fire of London and other sculptures depicting fire. I have Year 2 and we tie in the GFoL with our Art work on sculptures to design and make our own ‘fire …

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The Fire That Shaped London – The New York Times

Aug 10, 2016 · The Fire That Shaped London. London’s Great Fire as seen from Newgate in a painting from around 1670. LONDON — In the early hours of Sept. 2, 1666, a small fire broke out in a London bakery owned by Thomas Farriner. Stoked by easterly winds, the blaze engulfed timber-framed houses and warehouses stocked with brandy, wine and oil.

Browse artefacts – The Great Fire of London

Most of the medieval City of London was swept away by the Great Fire. Rebuilding took many years.

New exhibition marks 350th anniversary of the Great Fire

New exhibition marks 350th anniversary of the Great Fire of London. The Great Fire of London of 1666 as recreated in a painting. On 3 September 1666 the London Gazette just found room to add one paragraph of breaking news: a “sudden lamentable fire” was blazing in London, having broken out in the small hours of Sunday morning.

Art ideas for Great Fire of London topic by jmarshall45

Mar 09, 2013 · An example of a display on The Great Fire of London and art work and ICT work based on it. Completed with a Year 2 class Art ideas for Great Fire of London topic. FREE (3) Popular paid resources. Tes Picks. BubbleResources Great Fire of London Creative Project $ 5.31 (1) Bundle. HollywoodR95 Pirates Bundle $ 6.65.

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Great Fire of London Art | RoselandsPrimarySchool

Great Fire of London Art We read a poem about the Great Fire of London. We then created team paintings of the Great Fire of London sky line mixing the fire colour and exploring how to …

Artists’ flames mark 350th anniversary of Great Fire of London

Art & design TV & radio Artists’ flames mark 350th anniversary of Great Fire of London “The festival is an artistic response that addresses the impact of the Great Fire of London on

Great Fire Of London Painting Stock Photos & Great Fire Of

The Great Fire of London in 1666, oil on canvas, from an original by Jan Griffier the Elder, c.1670-1678. St Paul’s Cathedral can be seen amongst the flames in the distance.

Primary Resources: Art

ART & DESIGN. Presentations Planning & Resources Craft Activities Examples of Children’s Work. We need your resources! Click here to find out how to contribute! (The Great Fire of London) Planning (Bridget Warren) DOC; Year 2: Unit 2C: Frank Stella / How Buildings Speak (Helen Crompton) Medium Term Planning DOC

Year 2 | Finchale Primary School

The Great Fire of London Silhouette Art work. Year 2 have been exploring art work by a range of artists on the Great Fire of London. We looked at the techniques and colours used to convey the huge fire and the Tudor buildings at the time.

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