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George Cruikshank The Triumph of Cupid: A Reverie
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The Triumph of Cupid: A Reverie
undated
James Gillray Sophia, Honour, and the Chambermaid
James Gillray, 1757–1815, British
Sophia, Honour, and the Chambermaid
1780
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
unknown artist The American Locust &c.
unknown artist
The American Locust &c
1759-1765
unknown artist Prospect of Birmingham
unknown artist
Prospect of Birmingham
1753
unknown artist The City of Worcester
unknown artist
The City of Worcester
1755
unknown artist The City of York
unknown artist
The City of York
1753
unknown artist A Prospect of Liverpoole
unknown artist
A Prospect of Liverpoole
1754
Charles H. Mackie An Italian Hill Town
Charles H. Mackie, 1862–1920, British
An Italian Hill Town
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
Charles Warren Much Ado... Act IV, Sc. 1
Charles Warren, 1767–1823, British
Much Ado... Act IV, Sc. 1
May 21, 1803
J. Barlow Merchant of Venice, Act III, Sc. I
J. Barlow, active 1791
Merchant of Venice, Act III, Sc. I
1791
unknown artist Cupid in Search of Venus' Dove, Prior's Poems, Vol. II
unknown artist, ( Armstrong )
Cupid in Search of Venus' Dove, Prior's Poems, Vol. II
1802
unknown artist Untitled
unknown artist
Untitled
August 1778
unknown artist Princess of Wurtemberg
unknown artist
Princess of Wurtemberg
Oct. 1, 1816
John Neagle Comedy of Errors, Act II, Scene II
John Neagle, 1796–1865, American
Comedy of Errors, Act II, Scene II
J. Pass Representation of Storming and Taking Bangalore, by the Marquis Cornwalls
J. Pass, active 1796–1800
Representation of Storming and Taking Bangalore, by the Marquis Cornwalls
undated
R. Dunning Part of the Cloisters at Fountains Abbey
R. Dunning, active 1819
Part of the Cloisters at Fountains Abbey
Thomas Rothwell The Hermit of the Grove
Thomas Rothwell, c. 1742–1807, British
The Hermit of the Grove
Thomas Tagg First Love; or, Maria's Monument
Thomas Tagg, died 1809, British
First Love; or, Maria's Monument
Francis Chesham Head & Limbs
Francis Chesham, 1749–1806, British
Head & Limbs
Thomas Cook Polling at the Hustings
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Polling at the Hustings
1808
Thomas Cook Blackwell's Military Figures, Plate I, Pikemen
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Blackwell's Military Figures, Plate I, Pikemen
1809
Thomas Cook Humours of Oxford, 1729
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Humours of Oxford, 1729
1807
Thomas Cook Frontispiece to the Artist's Catalogue, 1761
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Frontispiece to the Artist's Catalogue, 1761
1807
Thomas Cook The Enraged Musician
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
The Enraged Musician
1806
Thomas Cook Analysis of Beauty
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Analysis of Beauty
1808
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 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 Tom, Jerry and Logic 'tasting' Wine...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom, Jerry and Logic 'tasting' Wine..
June 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Outside of the Opera House at Night
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Outside of the Opera House at Night
George Cruikshank Jerry 'beat to a standstill!'
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Jerry 'beat to a standstill!'
July 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Art of self defense
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Art of self defense
Jan. 1, 1821
George Cruikshank Fencing
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Fencing
Feb. 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 in Trouble after a Spree
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom & Jerry in Trouble after a Spree
Oct. 1, 1820
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
E. Stalker The Enraged Musician
E. Stalker, active 1801–1823, American
The Enraged Musician
George Murray Falls of the Clyde
George Murray, died 1822
Falls of the Clyde
Thomas Jeavons Place Salone, Padua Italy
Thomas Jeavons, ca. 1800–1867, British
Place Salone, Padua Italy
1837
Henry Thomas Alken Untitled
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
Untitled
R. Dunning South Entrance to Fountains Abbey
R. Dunning, active 1819
South Entrance to Fountains Abbey
R. Dunning Gateway at Fountains Abbey
R. Dunning, active 1819
Gateway at Fountains Abbey
George Frederick Watts Untitled
George Frederick Watts, (?), 1817–1904, British
Untitled
R. Dunning N.E. End of the Upper Transept at Fountains Abbey
R. Dunning, active 1819
N.E. End of the Upper Transept at Fountains Abbey
John Bowles Untitled
John Bowles, 1701–1779, British
Untitled
William Sharp The Tempest, Act I Sc. 3
Print made by William Sharp, 1749–1824, British
The Tempest, Act I Sc. 3
1783
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
Ernest Stephen Lumsden The Bathers
Ernest Stephen Lumsden, 1883–1948, British
The Bathers
1919
unknown artist North West View of Wrexham Church
unknown artist, ( J. Buick )
North West View of Wrexham Church
1824
John Sartain Portrait of James Madison
John Sartain, 1808–1897, American
Portrait of James Madison
1833
Charles Knight Diligence
Charles Knight, 1743–c.1826, British
Diligence
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
Charles Knight Discovery
Charles Knight, 1743–c.1826, British
Discovery
unknown artist Untitled [rural edifice]
unknown artist
Untitled [rural edifice]
between 1810 and 1815
unknown artist Hampton Wick
unknown artist
Hampton Wick
1812
John Neagle Winter's Tale, Act 3, Scene 3
John Neagle, 1796–1865, American
Winter's Tale, Act 3, Scene 3
1803
Page Merchant...Act V, Scene 1
Page, fl. 1784–1803
Merchant...Act V, Scene 1
1790
Page Taming...Act III, Scene I
Page, fl. 1784–1803
Taming...Act III, Scene I
1791
Rivers Rosamond
Rivers, active 1799–1804
Rosamond
Thomas Rothwell Wisdom Introducing Innocence to the Fine Arts
Thomas Rothwell, c. 1742–1807, British
Wisdom Introducing Innocence to the Fine Arts
undated
Thomas Rothwell Hovel on the Hearth
Thomas Rothwell, c. 1742–1807, British
Hovel on the Hearth
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 France
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
France
1807
George Cruikshank Queen Jane & Lord Guilford Dudley brought back to the Tower through Traitors Gate
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Queen Jane & Lord Guilford Dudley brought back to the Tower through Traitors Gate
George Cruikshank Henry perceiving Norris pick up Ann Boleyn's hankerchief at the jousts
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Henry perceiving Norris pick up Ann Boleyn's hankerchief at the jousts
George Cruikshank Highest Life in London...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Highest Life in London..
May 1, 1821
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
Thomas Cook Hudibras
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Hudibras
1808
Samuel Bough Distant View of Edinburgh
Samuel Bough, 1822–1878, British
Distant View of Edinburgh
Richard Samuel Chattock Oaks in Sherwood Forest
Richard Samuel Chattock, 1825–1906, British
Oaks in Sherwood Forest
1881
John William Inchbold In Westminster Abbey
John William Inchbold, 1830–1888, British
In Westminster Abbey
David Law Lancaster
David Law, 1831–1901, British
Lancaster
David Law Callender
David Law, 1831–1901, British
Callender
John Saddler Durham Cathedral
John Saddler, 1813–1892, British
Durham Cathedral
George Murray Glasgow
George Murray, died 1822
Glasgow
Thomas Riley Town Hall, Manchester
Thomas Riley, active 1880–1892, British
Town Hall, Manchester
Richard Samuel Chattock Chagford Bridge
Richard Samuel Chattock, 1825–1906, British
Chagford Bridge
1882
Henri Toussaint Kirstall from S.E.
Henri Toussaint, 1849–1911, French
Kirstall from S.E
Thomas Riley Speke Hall
Thomas Riley, active 1880–1892, British
Speke Hall
Henri Toussaint Westminster, Henry VII Chapel
Henri Toussaint, 1849–1911, French
Westminster, Henry VII Chapel
Edward Francis Finden Cader ldris
Edward Francis Finden, 1791–1857, British
Cader ldris
1823
Thomas Rothwell Edwin and Matilda
Thomas Rothwell, c. 1742–1807, British
Edwin and Matilda
Thomas Rothwell Ferdinand and Isabel
Thomas Rothwell, c. 1742–1807, British
Ferdinand and Isabel
Rivers The Miser
Rivers, active 1799–1804
The Miser
Thomas Cook Canvassing for Votes, Plate II
Thomas Cook, 1744–1818, British
Canvassing for Votes, Plate II
1807
George Cruikshank The discovery of the mysterious packet
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The discovery of the mysterious packet
George Cruikshank Bow Street...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Bow Street..
Nov. 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
George Cruikshank Tom & Jerry sporting their blunt...
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Tom & Jerry sporting their blunt..
Oct. 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
Samuel Ireland George Lambart
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
George Lambart
Samuel Ireland Arms of the Cutchess of Kendal
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Arms of the Cutchess of Kendal
Samuel Ireland George Lambart
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
George Lambart
T. E. Nicholson The Election Plate I. Humours of an election entertainment
T. E. Nicholson, active early 19th century, British
The Election Plate I. Humours of an election entertainment
undated
T. E. Nicholson The Election. Plate 2. Canvassing for Votes.
T. E. Nicholson, active early 19th century, British
The Election. Plate 2. Canvassing for Votes
undated
T. E. Nicholson The Election. Plate 2. Canvassing for Votes.
T. E. Nicholson, active early 19th century, British
The Election. Plate 2. Canvassing for Votes
undated