This is what London looked like in 1815. No skyscrapers, no double-deckers... not even Big Ben.
A rarely seen panorama of London by French artist Pierre Prévost is to go on show at the Museum of London.
The painting — a study piece for a now-lost panorama on a larger scale — was acquired by the museum in 2018. This is the first time it has gone on public display.
Prévost made his study from the top of St Margaret's church, beside the Abbey. It shows a lost London of steeples, chimneys and horse-drawn vehicles.
The panorama will be on free exhibition at Museum of London from 15 March until September 2019.
Last Updated 04 March 2019