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John Tinney An Oblique View of the East Front of Hampton Court, with part of garden
John Tinney, died 1761, British
An Oblique View of the East Front of Hampton Court, with part of garden
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
L. Truchy Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
John Faber the Younger Sir James Thornhill
John Faber the Younger, ca. 1695–1756, Netherlandish, active in Britain
Sir James Thornhill
1732
John Tinney The Pavilion Belonging to the Bowling Green at the end of the Terras Walk, at Hampton Court
John Tinney, died 1761, British
The Pavilion Belonging to the Bowling Green at the end of the Terras Walk, at Hampton Court
John Tinney The South Front of Hampton Court with part of the garden
John Tinney, died 1761, British
The South Front of Hampton Court with part of the garden
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Pamela Swooning, after having discovered Mr. B. in the closet, He (frighted) endeavouring to recover her, Mrs. Jervis wringing her hands, and screaming
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Pamela Swooning, after having discovered Mr. B. in the closet, He (frighted) endeavouring to recover her, Mrs. Jervis wringing her hands, and screaming
1745
John Tinney The Diagonal Walk, fountain and canal in the Garden of Hampton Court
John Tinney, died 1761, British
The Diagonal Walk, fountain and canal in the Garden of Hampton Court
John Tinney A Perspective view of the East Front of Hampton Court, taken from the Park Gate
John Tinney, died 1761, British
A Perspective view of the East Front of Hampton Court, taken from the Park Gate
L. Truchy Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
Print made by L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
L. Truchy Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
L. Truchy Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
Print made by L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
Caroline Watson Samuel Richardson
Caroline Watson, 1760–1814, British
Samuel Richardson
1804
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Pamela setting out in the travelling Chariot (for her Father's as She is made to believe) takes her farewel of Mrs. Jervis, and the other servants; Mr. B. observing her from the window; by whose private order she is carried into Lincolnshire
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Pamela setting out in the travelling Chariot (for her Father's as She is made to believe) takes her farewel of Mrs. Jervis, and the other servants; Mr. B. observing her from the window; by whose private order she is carried into Lincolnshire
1745
L. Truchy Pamela undressing herself (Mrs Jewkes being first got to bed) while Mr. B. disguised in the maids clothes, with the apron thrown over his face, is impatiently waiting for the execution of his plot.
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Pamela undressing herself (Mrs Jewkes being first got to bed) while Mr. B. disguised in the maids clothes, with the apron thrown over his face, is impatiently waiting for the execution of his plot
1745
L. Truchy Mr. B. Expostulating with Pamela in the Summer house after some liberties taken Mrs. Jervis (who is seen through the window) having just before left her.
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Mr. B. Expostulating with Pamela in the Summer house after some liberties taken Mrs. Jervis (who is seen through the window) having just before left her
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Pamela, being now in the custody of Mrs. Jenkes, seizes an occasion (as they are walking in the garden) to propose a Correspondence with Mr. Williams in order to contrive an Escape, who agree to hide their letters between two tiles near the Sunflower
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Pamela, being now in the custody of Mrs. Jenkes, seizes an occasion (as they are walking in the garden) to propose a Correspondence with Mr. Williams in order to contrive an Escape, who agree to hide their letters between two tiles near the Sunflower
1745
Guillaume Philippe Benoist The Marriage Ceremony performed in Mr. B.'s own Chappel by Mr. Williams, Mr. Peters giving her away, Mrs. Jewkes waits behind Pamela and the Maid keeps the door
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
The Marriage Ceremony performed in Mr. B.'s own Chappel by Mr. Williams, Mr. Peters giving her away, Mrs. Jewkes waits behind Pamela and the Maid keeps the door
1745
L. Truchy Pamela dressed in order to meet Mr. B. at Sir Simon Darnford's, is prevented by the sudden arrival of Lady Davers, who forceibly detains her, & loads her with the bitterest reproaches that rage & disdain could suggest, her Nephew is looking over...
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Pamela dressed in order to meet Mr. B. at Sir Simon Darnford's, is prevented by the sudden arrival of Lady Davers, who forceibly detains her, & loads her with the bitterest reproaches that rage & disdain could suggest, her Nephew is looking over..
1745
L. Truchy Pamela on her knees before her Father, whom she had discovered behind the door having overturned the card table in the way. Sr. Simon Darnford his Lady & c. observing her with eagerness and admiration Mr. B struck with this scene is waiting the issue.
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Pamela on her knees before her Father, whom she had discovered behind the door having overturned the card table in the way. Sr. Simon Darnford his Lady & c. observing her with eagerness and admiration Mr. B struck with this scene is waiting the issue
1745
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Pamela with the Children and Miss Goodwin to whome she is telling her nursery tales. This last Piece leaves her in full possession of the peaceable fruits of her Virtue long after having surmounted all the difficulties it had been exposed to
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Pamela with the Children and Miss Goodwin to whome she is telling her nursery tales. This last Piece leaves her in full possession of the peaceable fruits of her Virtue long after having surmounted all the difficulties it had been exposed to
1745
Charles Bretherton Sir James Thornhill
Print made by Charles Bretherton, ca. 1760–1783, British
Sir James Thornhill
1782
John Faber the Younger Sir James Thornhill
John Faber the Younger, ca. 1695–1756, Netherlandish, active in Britain
Sir James Thornhill
1732
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
L. Truchy Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Illustrations to Samuel Richardson's 'The Life of Pamela', illustrated by Joseph Highmore
1762
John Faber the Younger Caroline (Queen of George II)
John Faber the Younger, ca. 1695–1756, Netherlandish, active in Britain
Caroline (Queen of George II)
L. Truchy Pamela is represented in this first Piece, writing in her late Lady's dressing room, her History being known only by her letters. She is here surprised by Mr. B. who improves this occasion to further his designs
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Pamela is represented in this first Piece, writing in her late Lady's dressing room, her History being known only by her letters. She is here surprised by Mr. B. who improves this occasion to further his designs
1762
L. Truchy Pamela asking the Blessing of Sr. Jacob Swinford, Mr. B's unkle, a rough old fox hunter, who after the most obstinate resolution to the contrary, relents, and becomes her great admirer, Mr. B. behind, whispering Lady Davers she having conceived the...
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Pamela asking the Blessing of Sr. Jacob Swinford, Mr. B's unkle, a rough old fox hunter, who after the most obstinate resolution to the contrary, relents, and becomes her great admirer, Mr. B. behind, whispering Lady Davers she having conceived the..
1745
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Pamela having divided her clothes into threee Bundles, in order to leave the House, rejects that containing her Masters presents calling it the wicked bundle, & harangues over her own little Parcel which she huggs in her Arms;...
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Pamela having divided her clothes into threee Bundles, in order to leave the House, rejects that containing her Masters presents calling it the wicked bundle, & harangues over her own little Parcel which she huggs in her Arms;..
1745
John Faber the Younger Teresia Constantia Phillips
John Faber the Younger, ca. 1695–1756, Netherlandish, active in Britain
Teresia Constantia Phillips