Above is the short The Thames opposite the Tower of London, London (1926).
In 1982, Hockney traveled to China on a trip organized by his editor at Thames & Hudson, Nikos Stangos.
The germ of the novel was an article in The Guardian highlighting the 50 to 60 bodies pulled from the Thames every year.
The Self-Portrait: A Cultural History by James Hall is published by Thames Hudson.
The Diamond Jubilee Pageant is well underway, with the Royal barge making stately progess down the Thames.
The field I was in seemed to slope a little towards the Thames.
By not steering me into any of the things we met on the Thames.
A great number of these refugees reached Britain, landing mostly at the mouth of the Thames, and sailing up it as far as Reading.
The blue and black smudges which purport to depict the 'Thames at Night.'
All this time the vessels had remained side by side, and the ladies now ventured on to the decks of the Thames and Arrow.