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James Bretherton Coaching: 1.Postilion, wearing broad-brimmed hat, facing left
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Coaching: 1.Postilion, wearing broad-brimmed hat, facing left
1774
James Bretherton Damn Mambrino
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Damn Mambrino
1799
James Bretherton A Riding-House
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
A Riding-House
1780
James Bretherton A pair: 1. Symptoms of Rearing, 2. Moses
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
A pair: 1. Symptoms of Rearing, 2. Moses
1783
William Dickinson [Patience in a Punt]
William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
[Patience in a Punt]
c.1811
Charles Bretherton The Delights of Islington
Charles Bretherton, ca. 1760–1783, British
The Delights of Islington
1772
Charles Knight A Band of Savoyards
Charles Knight, 1743–c.1826, British
A Band of Savoyards
1785
Francis David Soiron Drummer
Francis David Soiron, Born 1764
Drummer
c. 1791
unknown artist Front, Side View, and Back Front, of a Modern fine Gentleman
unknown artist
Front, Side View, and Back Front, of a Modern fine Gentleman
1783
Francis David Soiron Foot Soldier
Francis David Soiron, Born 1764
Foot Soldier
c. 1791
Charles Bretherton Postiglione Inglese
Print made by Charles Bretherton, ca. 1760–1783, British
Postiglione Inglese
1772
James Bretherton The St. James's Macaroni
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The St. James's Macaroni
1772
James Bretherton The Slumbers of Ragotin Interrupted
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The Slumbers of Ragotin Interrupted
1773
James Bretherton I Will Pay No More Debts of Her Contracting
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
I Will Pay No More Debts of Her Contracting
1772
James Bretherton John Jehu L'Inghilterra
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
John Jehu L'Inghilterra
1772
William Dickinson The Relief
William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
The Relief
1781
James Bretherton Englishman at Paris, 1767
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Englishman at Paris, 1767
1799
James Bretherton Two Monks
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Two Monks
1774
William Dickinson The Gardens of Carleton House with Neapolitan Ballad Singers
William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
The Gardens of Carleton House with Neapolitan Ballad Singers
1784
James Bretherton A Modern Spread Eagle
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
A Modern Spread Eagle
1782
unknown artist View on the Port Neuf at Paris
unknown artist
View on the Port Neuf at Paris
1771
James Bretherton Man with a Walking Stick in a Landscape
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Man with a Walking Stick in a Landscape
1773
James Bretherton Monsieur Le Fouet, La Francia
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Monsieur Le Fouet, La Francia
1772
James Bretherton A pair: 1. Symptoms of Rearing, 2. Moses
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
A pair: 1. Symptoms of Rearing, 2. Moses
1783
Francesco Bartolozzi RA Ticket to Wynnstay Theatre
Francesco Bartolozzi RA, 1728–1815, Italian, active in Britain (1764–99)
Ticket to Wynnstay Theatre
1785
unknown artist The Long Minuet as Danced at Bath
unknown artist, (John Peace?)
The Long Minuet as Danced at Bath
after 1787
John Chapman Black-George
John Chapman, active ca. 1792–1823, British
Black-George
1791
unknown artist Falstaff reproved by King Henry
unknown artist, ( Shenner )
Falstaff reproved by King Henry
1792
John Chapman Jacques discovered by the Duke
John Chapman, active ca. 1792–1823, British
Jacques discovered by the Duke
1795
John Chapman Rosalind, Celia and Touchstone - "As You Like It," Act II, Scene III
John Chapman, active ca. 1792–1823, British
Rosalind, Celia and Touchstone - "As You Like It," Act II, Scene III
1792
James Bretherton Study of a Man with Stick Wearing the Order of the Garter
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Study of a Man with Stick Wearing the Order of the Garter
1782
Francesco Bartolozzi RA Ticket to Wynnstay Theatre
Francesco Bartolozzi RA, 1728–1815, Italian, active in Britain (1764–99)
Ticket to Wynnstay Theatre
1803
James Bretherton The Damnation of Obadiah
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The Damnation of Obadiah
1773
James Bretherton The Full Blown Macaroni
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The Full Blown Macaroni
1772
James Bretherton The Fish-Street Macaroni
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The Fish-Street Macaroni
1772
unknown artist The Inflexible Porter, a Tragedy
unknown artist
The Inflexible Porter, a Tragedy
1783
James Bretherton A Maid
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
A Maid
1774
James Bretherton Pot Fair Cambridge
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Pot Fair Cambridge
Francesco Bartolozzi RA Prospero Disarming Ferdinand, Act I, Scene II
Francesco Bartolozzi RA, 1728–1815, Italian, active in Britain (1764–99)
Prospero Disarming Ferdinand, Act I, Scene II
William Dickinson The Puzzle for the Dog, the Puzzle for the Horse, the Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian
William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
The Puzzle for the Dog, the Puzzle for the Horse, the Puzzle for Turk, Frenchman, or, Christian
1791
Thomas Trotter The Storm
Thomas Trotter, ca. 1750–1803, British
The Storm
James Bretherton The Salutation Tavern
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The Salutation Tavern
1801
James Bretherton Fille d'Auberge
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Fille d'Auberge
1774
James Bretherton Every Sous Begad!
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Every Sous Begad!
1799
James Bretherton The Houndsditch Macaroni
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The Houndsditch Macaroni
1772
James Bretherton Inimitable Mr. James Moss
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Inimitable Mr. James Moss
1773
unknown artist May Day
unknown artist
May Day
1824
Charles Bretherton Postiglione Germanico
Print made by Charles Bretherton, ca. 1760–1783, British
Postiglione Germanico
1772
James Bretherton Strephon and Chloe
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Strephon and Chloe
1801
James Bretherton The Hopes of the Family, An Admission at the University
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The Hopes of the Family, An Admission at the University
1799
James Bretherton Study of a Lady
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Study of a Lady
1781
John Chapman Falstaff's Escape - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act IV, Scene II
John Chapman, active ca. 1792–1823, British
Falstaff's Escape - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act IV, Scene II
John Chapman Jacques discovered by the Duke- "As You Like It," Act II, Scene I
John Chapman, active ca. 1792–1823, British
Jacques discovered by the Duke- "As You Like It," Act II, Scene I
Thomas Cheesman The Supposed Death of Imogen, 'Cymbeline,' Act IV, Scene IV
Print made by Thomas Cheesman, 1760–1834/35, British
The Supposed Death of Imogen, 'Cymbeline,' Act IV, Scene IV
Robert Mitchell Meadows Dodbery and Verges, with the Watch; "Much Ado About Nothing", Act III, Scene II
Robert Mitchell Meadows, Died before 1812, British
Dodbery and Verges, with the Watch; "Much Ado About Nothing", Act III, Scene II
1794
unknown artist Falstaff Reproved by King Henry
unknown artist, ( Shenner )
Falstaff Reproved by King Henry
1792
Jan J. van den Bergh Falstaff with Hotspur on his Back - "Henry IV," Part I, Act V, Scene IV
Jan J. van den Bergh, active 1793–1800
Falstaff with Hotspur on his Back - "Henry IV," Part I, Act V, Scene IV
1794
John Chapman Helena in the Dress of a Pilgrim - "All's Well That Eends Well," Act III, Scene V
John Chapman, active ca. 1792–1823, British
Helena in the Dress of a Pilgrim - "All's Well That Eends Well," Act III, Scene V
Thomas Macklin Fallstaff Playing the Prince, The Prince Playing the King
Print made by Thomas Macklin, active 1779–1793, British
Fallstaff Playing the Prince, The Prince Playing the King
1796
Jan J. van den Bergh Romeo and Juliet in Friar Lawrence's Cell - "Romeo and Juliet," Act II, Scene VI
Jan J. van den Bergh, active 1793–1800
Romeo and Juliet in Friar Lawrence's Cell - "Romeo and Juliet," Act II, Scene VI
1794
James Bretherton Pot Fair, Cambridge
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Pot Fair, Cambridge
1777
Peltro W. Tomkins Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Sir Toby Belch and the Clown - "Twelfth Night", Act II, Scene III
Peltro W. Tomkins, 1760–1840, British
Sir Andrew Aguecheek, Sir Toby Belch and the Clown - "Twelfth Night", Act II, Scene III
1792
unknown artist Launce Teaching his Dog Crab to behave as a Dog in all things - "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," Act IV, Scene IV
unknown artist
Launce Teaching his Dog Crab to behave as a Dog in all things - "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," Act IV, Scene IV
1794
unknown artist Falstaff at Hern's Oak - "Merry Wives of Windsor," Act V, Scene V
unknown artist, ( ?Beneditte)
Falstaff at Hern's Oak - "Merry Wives of Windsor," Act V, Scene V
1793
unknown artist Launce Teaching his Dog Crab to behave as a Dog in all things - "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," Act IV, Scene IV
unknown artist
Launce Teaching his Dog Crab to behave as a Dog in all things - "The Two Gentlemen of Verona," Act IV, Scene IV
1794
John Chapman Falstaff's Escape - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act IV, Scene II
John Chapman, active ca. 1792–1823, British
Falstaff's Escape - "The Merry Wives of Windsor," Act IV, Scene II
1792
Benjamin Duterreau Florizel and Autolicus - "Winter's Tale"
Benjamin Duterreau, 1817–1827
Florizel and Autolicus - "Winter's Tale"
1794
William S. Leney Taming the Shrew, Act III, Scene II
William S. Leney, 1769–1831, British
Taming the Shrew, Act III, Scene II
1793
James Bretherton Coaching: 4. Back view of a postilion, distant village in background
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Coaching: 4. Back view of a postilion, distant village in background
1774
James Bretherton Coaching: 5. A postilion facing right with hands extended
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Coaching: 5. A postilion facing right with hands extended
1774
James Bretherton Coaching: 3. Postilion facing right, a horse in background
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Coaching: 3. Postilion facing right, a horse in background
1774
James Bretherton Coaching: 2.Postilion, wearing tricorne hat and pigtail, facing right
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Coaching: 2.Postilion, wearing tricorne hat and pigtail, facing right
1774
James Bretherton Riding School
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Riding School
James Bretherton Dancing Bear with Its Keeper, Piper, and Audience of One
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Dancing Bear with Its Keeper, Piper, and Audience of One
1774
William Dickinson The Deserter
William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
The Deserter
1784
unknown artist The Origin of Gout
unknown artist
The Origin of Gout
1785
William Dickinson Rosamund and the Fair Annett
William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
Rosamund and the Fair Annett
1784
William Dickinson Charlotte at the Tomb of Werther
William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
Charlotte at the Tomb of Werther
1785
unknown artist St. James's Park
unknown artist
St. James's Park
1783
Simon Watts The little Hunchback dining with the Taylor, is choak'd with a Fish Bone
Simon Watts, active 1812
The little Hunchback dining with the Taylor, is choak'd with a Fish Bone
1787
unknown artist Wynnstay Theatre
unknown artist
Wynnstay Theatre
1781
Francesco Bartolozzi RA Pospero Disarming Ferdinand from The Tempest, Act I, Scene II
Francesco Bartolozzi RA, 1728–1815, Italian, active in Britain (1764–99)
Pospero Disarming Ferdinand from The Tempest, Act I, Scene II
1793
unknown artist Macbeth and the Murderers - "Macbeth," Act III, Scene I
unknown artist, ( J. Coles )
Macbeth and the Murderers - "Macbeth," Act III, Scene I
1792
William Nelson Gardiner Falstaff at Justice Shallow's Mustering his Recruits - "Henry IV," Part II, Act III, Scene III
William Nelson Gardiner, 1766–1814, Irish
Falstaff at Justice Shallow's Mustering his Recruits - "Henry IV," Part II, Act III, Scene III
1792
unknown artist Dick the Butcher and Smith the Weaver seizing the Clerk - "Henry VI," Part II, Act I, Scene II
unknown artist, ( J. Coles )
Dick the Butcher and Smith the Weaver seizing the Clerk - "Henry VI," Part II, Act I, Scene II
1795
William Dickinson Propagation of a Lie (Left)
Print made by William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
Propagation of a Lie (Left)
1794
William Dickinson Propagation of a Lie (Right)
Print made by William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
Propagation of a Lie (Right)
1794
William Dickinson Propagation of a Lie (Center)
Print made by William Dickinson, 1746–1823, British
Propagation of a Lie (Center)
1794