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Sir David Young Cameron Old La Roche [Belgian Set: No. 7]
Sir David Young Cameron, 1865–1945, British
Old La Roche [Belgian Set: No. 7]
1907
Charles H. Mackie An Italian Hill Town
Charles H. Mackie, 1862–1920, British
An Italian Hill Town
Charles H. Mackie An Italian Hill Town
Charles H. Mackie, 1862–1920, British
An Italian Hill Town
James Gillray Sophia, Honour, and the Chambermaid
James Gillray, 1757–1815, British
Sophia, Honour, and the Chambermaid
1780
Charles H. Mackie An Italian Hill Town
Charles H. Mackie, 1862–1920, British
An Italian Hill Town
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
John Scott Prior, Love Disarmed, vol. II
John Scott, 1774–1828, British
Prior, Love Disarmed, vol. II
1802
William Angus All's Well the Ends Well, Act IV, Sc. I
William Angus, (after Burney), 1752–1821, British
All's Well the Ends Well, Act IV, Sc. I
1804
William Angus Much Ado About Nothing Act IV, Sc. I
William Angus, (after Ryley), 1752–1821, British
Much Ado About Nothing Act IV, Sc. I
1785
Charles Warren Much Ado... Act IV, Sc. 1
Charles Warren, 1767–1823, British
Much Ado... Act IV, Sc. 1
May 21, 1803
James Mitan Measure...Act II, Scene III
James Mitan, 1776–1822, British
Measure...Act II, Scene III
1807
John Neagle Winter's Tale, Act 3, Scene 3
John Neagle, 1796–1865, American
Winter's Tale, Act 3, Scene 3
1803
Thomas Cook Marriage a La Mode
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Marriage a La Mode
1806
Thomas Cook Humours of an Election Entertainment
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Humours of an Election Entertainment
1809
George Cruikshank Dispersion of the Jacobite Club, and death of Cordwell Firebras
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Dispersion of the Jacobite Club, and death of Cordwell Firebras
1842
George Cruikshank Jerry 'beat to a standstill!'
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Jerry 'beat to a standstill!'
July 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Cribb's Parlour
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Cribb's Parlour
Jan. 1, 1821
George Cruikshank The 'ne plus ultra' of 'Life in London'...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The 'ne plus ultra' of 'Life in London'..
March 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Highest Life in London...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Highest Life in London..
May 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Lowest 'Life in London'...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Lowest 'Life in London'..
May 1, 1821
George Cruikshank A Whistling Shop...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
A Whistling Shop..
May 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Tom & Jerry, Sporting their 'bits of blood'...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom & Jerry, Sporting their 'bits of blood'..
Dec. 1, 1820
George Cruikshank Tom & Jerry sporting their blunt...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom & Jerry sporting their blunt..
Oct. 1, 1820
George Cruikshank Tom Getting the best of a Charley
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom Getting the best of a Charley
Aug. 31, 1820
Anker Smith Love's Labour Lost, Act IV, Sc. 3
Anker Smith, 1759–1819, British
Love's Labour Lost, Act IV, Sc. 3
July 16, 1803
Charles Warren Comedy of Errors, Act II Sc. 2
Charles Warren, 1767–1823, British
Comedy of Errors, Act II Sc. 2
Jan. 2, 1804
J. Barlow Merchant of Venice, Act III, Sc. I
J. Barlow, active 1791
Merchant of Venice, Act III, Sc. I
1791
Page Taming...Act III, Scene I
Page, fl. 1784–1803
Taming...Act III, Scene I
1791
Page Merchant...Act V, Scene 1
Page, fl. 1784–1803
Merchant...Act V, Scene 1
1790
William Sharp The Tempest, Act I Sc. 3
Print made by William Sharp, 1749–1824, British
The Tempest, Act I Sc. 3
1783
Mathieu Liart Loves Labour Lost, Act. IV, Scene IV
Mathieu Liart, 1736–1782, British
Loves Labour Lost, Act. IV, Scene IV
1774
Thomas Rothwell Wisdom Introducing Innocence to the Fine Arts
Thomas Rothwell, c. 1742–1807, British
Wisdom Introducing Innocence to the Fine Arts
undated
Thomas Cook Polling at the Hustings
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Polling at the Hustings
1808
Thomas Cook Analysis of Beauty
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Analysis of Beauty
1808
Thomas Cook Frontispiece to the Artist's Catalogue, 1761
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Frontispiece to the Artist's Catalogue, 1761
1807
Thomas Cook France
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
France
1807
George Cruikshank Tom, Jerry and Logic 'tasting' Wine...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom, Jerry and Logic 'tasting' Wine..
June 1, 1821
Thomas Cook Industry and Idleness
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Industry and Idleness
1807
Tony Johannot The Meeting in the Cloisters of Saint George's Chapel
Tony Johannot, 1803–1852, French
The Meeting in the Cloisters of Saint George's Chapel
1842
Thomas Cook Hudibras
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Hudibras
1808
George Cruikshank The Marriage of Randolph and Hilda
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The Marriage of Randolph and Hilda
1842
George Cruikshank The Miser discovering the loss of the mortgage-money
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The Miser discovering the loss of the mortgage-money
1842
George Cruikshank Art of self defense
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Art of self defense
Jan. 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Life in London, Peep o'day Boys
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Life in London, Peep o'day Boys
Feb. 1, 1821
George Cruikshank A 'Look In' at Tattersal's
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
A 'Look In' at Tattersal's
Februrary 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Fencing
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Fencing
Feb. 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Tom, Jerry and Logic backing Tommy the Sweep
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom, Jerry and Logic backing Tommy the Sweep
April 1821
John Neagle "-the Stag repells each bold assault."
John Neagle, 1796–1865, American
"-the Stag repells each bold assault."
August 1, 1796
George Cruikshank Bow Street...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Bow Street..
Nov. 1, 1820
George Cruikshank Midnight, Tom & Jerry at a Coffee Shop...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Midnight, Tom & Jerry at a Coffee Shop..
August 31, 1820
George Cruikshank Tom & Jerry in Trouble after a Spree
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom & Jerry in Trouble after a Spree
Oct. 1, 1820
Samuel Ireland Design for a New Order of Architecture
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Design for a New Order of Architecture
May 1, 1799
William Ridley Cymbelline, Act II, Sc. 7
William Ridley, 1764–1838, British
Cymbelline, Act II, Sc. 7
1799
W. Taylor All's Well... Act III, Sc. V
W. Taylor, active 1790–1810
All's Well... Act III, Sc. V
1791
Page Taming... Act II, Sc. I
Page, fl. 1784–1803
Taming... Act II, Sc. I
Feb. 1, 1791
James Duffield Harding Ardfinian Castle & Fort Tipperary
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Ardfinian Castle & Fort Tipperary
Thomas Medland Goldsmith's Traveller, page 10
Thomas Medland, 1755–1823, British
Goldsmith's Traveller, page 10
1800
John Brandard The Lower Parade with Euston Place, Leamington
John Brandard, 1812–1863, British
The Lower Parade with Euston Place, Leamington
undated
John Brandard The Parade with the Regent Hotel
John Brandard, 1812–1863, British
The Parade with the Regent Hotel
undated
Anker Smith Goldsmith's "Deserted Village"
Anker Smith, 1759–1819, British
Goldsmith's "Deserted Village"
1800
Anker Smith Goldsmith's "Deserted Village"
Anker Smith, 1759–1819, British
Goldsmith's "Deserted Village"
1800
John Brandard Ruins of Kenilworth Castle and Bed of the Lake
John Brandard, 1812–1863, British
Ruins of Kenilworth Castle and Bed of the Lake
undated
Jan J. van den Bergh Measure... Act V, Scene 2
Jan J. van den Bergh, active 1793–1800
Measure... Act V, Scene 2
April 20, 1800
John Scott King Herod (?) Flying Childers
John Scott, 1774–1828, British
King Herod (?) Flying Childers
William Angus Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act I, Sc. II
William Angus, (after Ritcher), 1752–1821, British
Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act I, Sc. II
1790
Thomas Cook Blackwell's Military Figures, Plate I, Pikemen
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Blackwell's Military Figures, Plate I, Pikemen
1809
Thomas Cook Blackwell's Military Figures, Plate II, Halberd Men
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Blackwell's Military Figures, Plate II, Halberd Men
1809
Thomas Cook The Enraged Musician
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
The Enraged Musician
1806
Thomas Cook Humours of Oxford, 1729
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Humours of Oxford, 1729
1807
Thomas Cook Canvassing for Votes, Plate II
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Canvassing for Votes, Plate II
1807
George Cruikshank Ups and downs of life in London
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Ups and downs of life in London
July 15, 1821
W. Taylor Untitled
W. Taylor, active 1790–1810
Untitled
1796
F. F. Walker Plate 12, The Industrious 'Prentice Lord-Mayor of London
Print made by F. F. Walker, active 1805–1836, British
Plate 12, The Industrious 'Prentice Lord-Mayor of London
1833
unknown artist Half-length Portrait of Man in Peasant Dress
unknown artist
Half-length Portrait of Man in Peasant Dress
undated
Taylor Two Gentlemen... Act V, Scene IV
Taylor, active 1790
Two Gentlemen... Act V, Scene IV
1790
Richard Earlom A Landscape with Cattle
Print made by Richard Earlom, 1743–1822, British
A Landscape with Cattle
1775
George Cruikshank Taurus: A Literary Bull
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Taurus: A Literary Bull
undated
George Cruikshank The Fall of the Leaf
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The Fall of the Leaf
undated
George Cruikshank Dougal Mac Callum and Hutcheon
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Dougal Mac Callum and Hutcheon
1838
George Cruikshank Whiles-at brose-time
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Whiles-at brose-time
1836
George Cruikshank The Evidence Destroyed
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The Evidence Destroyed
1838
George Cruikshank Master Bates Explains a Professional Technicality
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Master Bates Explains a Professional Technicality
1837
George Cruikshank Oliver Twist at Mrs. Maylie's Door
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Oliver Twist at Mrs. Maylie's Door
1838
George Cruikshank Monks and the Jew
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Monks and the Jew
1838
George Cruikshank Fagin in the Condemned Cell
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Fagin in the Condemned Cell
1838
George Cruikshank Illustration from 'The Bottle' series
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Illustration from 'The Bottle' series
undated
James Tingle Church of the Virgin Mary at Oberweisel
Print made by James Tingle, active ca. 1830–1860
Church of the Virgin Mary at Oberweisel
undated
William Home Lizars Kelso and Dryburgh
Print made by William Home Lizars, 1788–1859, British
Kelso and Dryburgh
undated
John Thomas Smith Clarendon House
Print made by John Thomas Smith, 1766–1833, British
Clarendon House
1798
George Baxter Australia, News from Home
Print made by George Baxter, 1804–1867, British
Australia, News from Home
1853
George Baxter News from Australia
Print made by George Baxter, 1804–1867, British
News from Australia
1854
William Finden Dutch Fire Side
Print made by William Finden, 1787–1852, British
Dutch Fire Side
1823