The revolving Temple of Concord illuminated
Engraver: Dubourg, M
Medium: Aquatint, coloured
This revolving temple was erected for the 1814 celebrations marking the end of the war with France. It was revealed to the public after an impressive fireworks display. The baroque structure was garishly lit and lavishly decorated, with patriotic allegorical scenes celebrating "The Triumph of England under the Regency". The temple was the work of Sir William Congreve, a military officer and Comptroller of the Royal Laboratory at Woolwich.