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Robert Isaac Cruikshank A Correct Representation of Her Majesty Queen Caroline Returning from the House of Lords, 1820
Print made by Robert Isaac Cruikshank, 1789–1856, British
A Correct Representation of Her Majesty Queen Caroline Returning from the House of Lords, 1820
after 1820
Thomas Shotter Boys Westminster Abbey, Hospital &c.
Print made by Thomas Shotter Boys, 1803–1874, British
Westminster Abbey, Hospital &c
1842
Sir Charles Barry Perspective View: the New Houses of Parliament
Sir Charles Barry, 1795–1860, British
Perspective View: the New Houses of Parliament
ca. 1840-1849
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin Design for Branch for the Speaker's Chair
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, 1812–1852, British
Design for Branch for the Speaker's Chair
undated
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin Design for a Wreath of Oak and Acorn, possibly related to Designs for the Speaker's Chair
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, 1812–1852, British
Design for a Wreath of Oak and Acorn, possibly related to Designs for the Speaker's Chair
undated
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin Design for Inkstand for Westminster No. 1, End Elevation
Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin, 1812–1852, British
Design for Inkstand for Westminster No. 1, End Elevation
undated
Thomas Hosmer Shepherd The Houses of Parliament
Thomas Hosmer Shepherd, 1792–1864, British
The Houses of Parliament
undated
unknown artist Part of Westminster
Print made by unknown artist, nineteenth century
Part of Westminster
ca. 1850
unknown artist Elevations and Plans of the Court of Kings Bench
Print made by unknown artist
Elevations and Plans of the Court of Kings Bench
ca. 1827
Day & Co. Chimney piece, Star Chamber, Leasowe Castle, formerly in the King's Palace, Westminster
Print made by Day & Co., 1824–1913, British
Chimney piece, Star Chamber, Leasowe Castle, formerly in the King's Palace, Westminster
ca. 1845
John Carter Capitals, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Capitals, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
William Capon Entrance to the House of Lords
Attributed to William Capon, 1757–1827, British
Entrance to the House of Lords
1796
Sir John Soane Part of the Construction in the Old House of Lords
Attributed to office of Sir John Soane, (George Bailey), 1753–1837, British
Part of the Construction in the Old House of Lords
1823
Sir John Soane Part of the Construction in the Old House of Lords
Attributed to office of Sir John Soane, (George Bailey), 1753–1837, British
Part of the Construction in the Old House of Lords
1823
John Carter Elevation of the Basement Story, House of Lords
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Elevation of the Basement Story, House of Lords
between 1800 and 1807
Henry Melville House of Commons, the Speaker Reprimanding a Person at the Bar
Print made by Henry Melville, active 1826–1841, British
House of Commons, the Speaker Reprimanding a Person at the Bar
after 1850
John Carter Plan of Painted Chamber
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Plan of Painted Chamber
between 1793 and 1799
John Carter Paintings on the Wall by H in Plan
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Paintings on the Wall by H in Plan
between 1793 and 1799
George Birch Plan and View of Room under the Painted Chamber
George Birch, 1842–1904, British
Plan and View of Room under the Painted Chamber
1827
George Birch Sections of Room under Painted Chamber
George Birch, 1842–1904, British
Sections of Room under Painted Chamber
1827
T. Clarke Plate XXXVIII: House of Lords, as Fitted up in 1835
Print made by T. Clarke, 1799–1839
Plate XXXVIII: House of Lords, as Fitted up in 1835
1836
T. Kearnan The House of Lords, as Restored after the Fire
Print made by T. Kearnan, active 1821–1850, British
The House of Lords, as Restored after the Fire
1835
John Carter Princes Chamber, East Side with the Old House of Lords
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Princes Chamber, East Side with the Old House of Lords
between 1800 and 1807
John Carter East Front of Princes Chamber
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
East Front of Princes Chamber
between 1800 and 1807
John Carter Princes Chamber
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Princes Chamber
between 1800 and 1807
John Thomas Smith Views of the Four Sides of a Cellar under the Old House of Lords; East End of the Prison Chamber; South Side of the Princes Chamber
Print made by John Thomas Smith, 1766–1833, British
Views of the Four Sides of a Cellar under the Old House of Lords; East End of the Prison Chamber; South Side of the Princes Chamber
1804
Frederick Mackenzie Old Palace Yard
Frederick Mackenzie, 1788–1854, British
Old Palace Yard
1809
Charles James Richardson Drawing Room Ceiling, No. 3 Old Palace Yard
Charles James Richardson, 1806–1871, British
Drawing Room Ceiling, No. 3 Old Palace Yard
1871
M. Gauci The Destruction by Fire of the Houses of Parliament
Print made by M. Gauci, 1810–1846
The Destruction by Fire of the Houses of Parliament
after 1834
T. Kearnan New Houses of Parliament, View of the Adopted Design as the Building Would Appear from the Surrey End of Westminster Bridge
Print made by T. Kearnan, active 1821–1850, British
New Houses of Parliament, View of the Adopted Design as the Building Would Appear from the Surrey End of Westminster Bridge
ca. 1835
R.C. Roffe Perspective View of the North & East Fronts of the Building Connected with the Houses of Parliament and Courts of Law, &c. &c.
Print made by R.C. Roffe, active in London 1806–1835, British
Perspective View of the North & East Fronts of the Building Connected with the Houses of Parliament and Courts of Law, &c. &c
1827
unknown artist Henry VII Chapel, Westminster Abbey
unknown artist
Henry VII Chapel, Westminster Abbey
undated
George Hawkins View of the East End of Henry VIIth Chapel as Restored in 1813
Print made by George Hawkins, active 1795–1810, British
View of the East End of Henry VIIth Chapel as Restored in 1813
1814
John Coney North East View of Henry VII Chapel Westminster
John Coney, 1786–1833, British
North East View of Henry VII Chapel Westminster
1813
Thomas Sutherland Fragments & Parts of the Exterior of Henry the Seventh Chapel, Westminster Abbey
Print made by Thomas Sutherland, ca. 1785–1838, British
Fragments & Parts of the Exterior of Henry the Seventh Chapel, Westminster Abbey
1811
John Carter Continuation of the Preceeding Ornaments
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Continuation of the Preceeding Ornaments
1793
John Phillipps Emslie Houses Adjacent to Westminster Abbey in the Process of Demolition
John Phillipps Emslie, 1839–1913, British
Houses Adjacent to Westminster Abbey in the Process of Demolition
1896
Sir Charles Barry Doorway, Dean's Yard, Westminster
Attributed to Sir Charles Barry, 1795–1860, British
Doorway, Dean's Yard, Westminster
1837
James Basire The North-East View of the Old Dormitory, in 1758; North-East View of the Remains of Part of the Crypt of the Old Dormitory, discovered in 1815; Plans and Elevations of the Remains
Print made by James Basire, 1769–1822, British
The North-East View of the Old Dormitory, in 1758; North-East View of the Remains of Part of the Crypt of the Old Dormitory, discovered in 1815; Plans and Elevations of the Remains
1815
John Carter Continuation of Detail
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Continuation of Detail
between 1806 and 1815
John Carter Detail for Preceding Elevations
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Detail for Preceding Elevations
between 1806 and 1815
unknown artist A Plan of Part of the Ancient City of Westminster, from College Street to Whitehall, and from the Thames to St. James's Park, in which are laid down all the New Streets that have been built & other alterations made since the building of Westminster Bridge
unknown artist, eighteenth century
A Plan of Part of the Ancient City of Westminster, from College Street to Whitehall, and from the Thames to St. James's Park, in which are laid down all the New Streets that have been built & other alterations made since the building of Westminster Bridge
printed 1740, drawn ca. 1760
Charles J. Hullmandel View of Palace Yard on the day of the Coronation of His Majesty George IV
Print made by Charles J. Hullmandel, 1789–1850, British
View of Palace Yard on the day of the Coronation of His Majesty George IV
1821
John Thomas Smith Four Illustrations of Westminster
Print made by John Thomas Smith, 1766–1833, British
Four Illustrations of Westminster
1804
unknown artist St. Stephen's Chapel, Speaker's House, &c. from the River
unknown artist, nineteenth century
St. Stephen's Chapel, Speaker's House, &c. from the River
ca. 1835
unknown artist Mr. Lee's House After the Fire, House of Lords
unknown artist, nineteenth century
Mr. Lee's House After the Fire, House of Lords
ca. 1835
James Sands The Lower Lobby, House of Commons
Print made by James Sands, active 1813–1846
The Lower Lobby, House of Commons
1815
John Carter Front and Profile of the Work under the Window Sills, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Front and Profile of the Work under the Window Sills, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
James Basire View of the Inside of a Small Chapel on the West Side of the Area of the Cloisters of St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster
Print made by James Basire, 1730–1802, British
View of the Inside of a Small Chapel on the West Side of the Area of the Cloisters of St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster
1795
John Carter Part of the Ceiling, and Parts of the Frieze, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Part of the Ceiling, and Parts of the Frieze, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
John Carter Detail for View in a Chapel in Area of Cloisters of St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster
Print made by John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Detail for View in a Chapel in Area of Cloisters of St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster
between 1790 and 1802
John Carter Plan of Moldings, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Plan of Moldings, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
T. Clarke Plate XXII: Chantry Chapels, Section of West Entrance and Elevation of the East End, St Stephen's Chapel
Print made by T. Clarke, 1799–1839
Plate XXII: Chantry Chapels, Section of West Entrance and Elevation of the East End, St Stephen's Chapel
1835
John Carter Details of Imposts and Bases of Columns, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Details of Imposts and Bases of Columns, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
John Carter Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
ca. 1781
John Carter Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
ca. 1781
John Carter Impost moldings, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Impost moldings, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
John Carter Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
ca. 1780
Henry Melville The House of Commons
Print made by Henry Melville, active 1826–1841, British
The House of Commons
1834
John Carter Palace at Westminster
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Palace at Westminster
between 1800 and 1807
unknown artist House of Commons Restored Giving Additional Sitting Room for 100 Members
unknown artist, nineteenth century
House of Commons Restored Giving Additional Sitting Room for 100 Members
ca. 1800
unknown artist Details of the Screen of Entrance Porch, St Stephen's Chapel
unknown artist
Details of the Screen of Entrance Porch, St Stephen's Chapel
undated
John Carter Painting in Compartments under Windows, Shields in the Frieze under the Sills of Windows, and Compartments on South Side next East End, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Painting in Compartments under Windows, Shields in the Frieze under the Sills of Windows, and Compartments on South Side next East End, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
James Basire Plate IX: St Stephen's Chapel
Print made by James Basire, 1730–1802, British
Plate IX: St Stephen's Chapel
1795
John Le Keux Compartment on One Side, St Stephen's Chapel
Print made by John Le Keux, 1783–1846, British
Compartment on One Side, St Stephen's Chapel
1825
John Carter Plan of Moldings, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Plan of Moldings, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
unknown artist Plate XXXII: Longitudinal Section through the Chantry Chapel and Cloister, St Stephen's Chapel
Print made by unknown artist, (J. Hawkesworth)
Plate XXXII: Longitudinal Section through the Chantry Chapel and Cloister, St Stephen's Chapel
1835
John Carter Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
ca. 1781
Thomas A. Woolnoth Plate III: Crypt under St Stephen's Chapel
Print made by Thomas A. Woolnoth, 1785–1857, British
Plate III: Crypt under St Stephen's Chapel
ca. 1836
John Thomas Smith A Doorway in one of the Cellars Under the Old House of Lords
Print made by John Thomas Smith, 1766–1833, British
A Doorway in one of the Cellars Under the Old House of Lords
1804
unknown artist Plate XXXIX: House of Commons as Fitted Up in 1835
Print made by unknown artist, (William Taylor)
Plate XXXIX: House of Commons as Fitted Up in 1835
ca. 1836
unknown artist Peers' Entrance
unknown artist, nineteenth century
Peers' Entrance
undated
Sir John Soane Plan of the Upper Floor of Lord Committee Rooms
Attributed to office of Sir John Soane, 1753–1837, British
Plan of the Upper Floor of Lord Committee Rooms
1835
John Greig The Painted Chamber, Westminster
Print made by John Greig, active 1800–1853, British
The Painted Chamber, Westminster
1804
James Basire Vol. 6, Plate XXVI: Chapel of St Stephen, Chapel of St Mary in the Vaults
Print made by James Basire, 1769–1822, British
Vol. 6, Plate XXVI: Chapel of St Stephen, Chapel of St Mary in the Vaults
1842
G.F. Storm Vol. 6, Plate XXVIII
Print made by G.F. Storm, active mid–19th century, British
Vol. 6, Plate XXVIII
1842
unknown artist Vol. 6, Plate XXXIX: The Story of St John as a Pilgrim, and King Edward the Confessor. Fragment of a Virtue Triumphant. An Ornamental Pattern Found in one of the Round Headed Windows Filled up in the Painted Chamber
Print made by unknown artist
Vol. 6, Plate XXXIX: The Story of St John as a Pilgrim, and King Edward the Confessor. Fragment of a Virtue Triumphant. An Ornamental Pattern Found in one of the Round Headed Windows Filled up in the Painted Chamber
undated
Augustus Charles Pugin Henry VII Chapel at Westminster Showing Two Renovated Pinacles
Print made by Augustus Charles Pugin, 1762–1832, French
Henry VII Chapel at Westminster Showing Two Renovated Pinacles
undated
John Carter South East View of the Towers of the Abbey, &c. from College St. Westminster
John Carter, 1748–1817, British
South East View of the Towers of the Abbey, &c. from College St. Westminster
1782
John Carter Continuation of Detail
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Continuation of Detail
between 1806 and 1815
John Carter Exterior, Interior and Profile of the Work under the Window Sills, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Exterior, Interior and Profile of the Work under the Window Sills, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802
John Carter Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Basso-relievos in the Center of the Groins of the Cloisters, St Stephen's Chapel
ca. 1780
Frederick Mackenzie View of St Stephen's Chapel as it appeared after the Fire in October 1834
Print made by Frederick Mackenzie, 1788–1854, British
View of St Stephen's Chapel as it appeared after the Fire in October 1834
1843
Charles Grignion House of Commons and the Entrance to the House of Lords with the Office of Ordnance
Print made by Charles Grignion, 1717–1810, British
House of Commons and the Entrance to the House of Lords with the Office of Ordnance
undated
George Johann Scharf View through the South East Window of the Crypt beneath St Stephen's, Westminster
George Johann Scharf, 1788–1860, British
View through the South East Window of the Crypt beneath St Stephen's, Westminster
1852
unknown artist View of the Higher House of Parliament in England
Print made by unknown artist
View of the Higher House of Parliament in England
ca. 1695
John Carter Enlarged Detail of Figures from Painting Shown in Previous Sketch
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Enlarged Detail of Figures from Painting Shown in Previous Sketch
between 1793 and 1799
James Basire Vol. 6, Plate XXXVI: Continuation of the Acts of the Maccabees. The Battle of Judas Maccabeus with Timotheus and the Fall of Maspha.
Print made by James Basire, 1769–1822, British
Vol. 6, Plate XXXVI: Continuation of the Acts of the Maccabees. The Battle of Judas Maccabeus with Timotheus and the Fall of Maspha
1842
James Basire Vol. 6, Plate XXXV: Continuation as it is Presumed of the Miracles of Elisha, and the Famine of Samaria. The Acts of Judas Maccabeus.
Print made by James Basire, 1769–1822, British
Vol. 6, Plate XXXV: Continuation as it is Presumed of the Miracles of Elisha, and the Famine of Samaria. The Acts of Judas Maccabeus
1842
James Basire Vol. 6, Plate XXXIV: The Story of Elijah and Ahaziah. The Miracles of Elisha.
Print made by James Basire, 1769–1822, British
Vol. 6, Plate XXXIV: The Story of Elijah and Ahaziah. The Miracles of Elisha
1842
James Basire Vol. 6, Plate XXXVIII: The Triumph of Largesse or Bounty over Avarice. The Triumph of Debonerete or Meekness over Anger.
Print made by James Basire, 1769–1822, British
Vol. 6, Plate XXXVIII: The Triumph of Largesse or Bounty over Avarice. The Triumph of Debonerete or Meekness over Anger
after 1819
R.C. Roffe Perspective View of the North & East Fronts of the Buildings Connected with the Houses of Parliament and Courts of Law &c. &c., and Showing the Alterations Suggested by Colonel Trench
Print made by R.C. Roffe, active in London 1806–1835, British
Perspective View of the North & East Fronts of the Buildings Connected with the Houses of Parliament and Courts of Law &c. &c., and Showing the Alterations Suggested by Colonel Trench
1827
James Basire Plan of the Ancient Palace of Westminster by the late Mr. William Capon, measured and drawn between 1793 and 1823
Print made by James Basire, 1769–1822, British
Plan of the Ancient Palace of Westminster by the late Mr. William Capon, measured and drawn between 1793 and 1823
1828
B. Winkles Longitudinal Section of Westminster Hall
Print made by B. Winkles, active 1835, British
Longitudinal Section of Westminster Hall
ca. 1821
Robert William Billings Plate XI: Elevation, Section and Plan, of One Compartment (of Three) of the Screen, St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster
Print made by Robert William Billings, 1813–1874, British
Plate XI: Elevation, Section and Plan, of One Compartment (of Three) of the Screen, St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster
1835
James Basire Vol. 6, Plate XXVI: Chapel of St Stephen, Chapel of St Mary in the Vaults
Print made by James Basire, 1769–1822, British
Vol. 6, Plate XXVI: Chapel of St Stephen, Chapel of St Mary in the Vaults
1842
unknown artist Part of the Front of the Vestibule
Print made by unknown artist, (W.F. Starling)
Part of the Front of the Vestibule
1843
unknown artist Entrance Doorway in the Tower, St Stephen's Chapel
unknown artist, eighteenth century
Entrance Doorway in the Tower, St Stephen's Chapel
undated
John Carter Screen, or the outside of the Entrance or Porch of St Stephen's Chapel West
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Screen, or the outside of the Entrance or Porch of St Stephen's Chapel West
between 1790 and 1802
John Carter Springing of an Arch, St Stephen's Chapel
Attributed to John Carter, 1748–1817, British
Springing of an Arch, St Stephen's Chapel
between 1790 and 1802