Gideon Yates

Gideon Yates (1790-1840) was a topographical artist who is best known for his watercolours of Thames bridges and buildings in the Bermondsey and Southwark areas. Eight of his paintings, shown below, appeared in the Mortlake section of Edward Brayley's A Topographical History of Surrey. All are dated 1825.

White Lodge, Richmond Park

Percy Lodge, Seat of Sir Francis Ommanney

Sheen House, Marquess of Ailesbury

Sheen House, South View

The Cedars, Seat of Sir Brooke Watson

Stawell House, then called Kenyon House

East Sheen Lodge, Seat of Archibald Macdonald

The Firs, Hart Davis Esq