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John Neagle "-the Stag repells each bold assault."
John Neagle, 1796–1865
"-the Stag repells each bold assault."
1796
Sawrey Gilpin "...esq. of Nottinghamshire (B)rown Mare Almost Black"
Sawrey Gilpin, 1733–1807
"...esq. of Nottinghamshire (B)rown Mare Almost Black"
ca. 1749
William Blake "A Select Collection of English Songs," London, 1783
William Blake, 1757–1827
"A Select Collection of English Songs," London, 1783
1783
Pierre Charles Canot "A View of Charles Town the Capital of South Carolina in North America," from Scenographia Americana
Pierre Charles Canot, ca. 1710–1777
"A View of Charles Town the Capital of South Carolina in North America," from Scenographia Americana
1758-1760
James Bruce "Arch of Marcus Aurelius at Tripoli "
James Bruce, 1730–1794
"Arch of Marcus Aurelius at Tripoli "
ca. 1766
William Blake "Edward Young's 'The Complaint and The Consolation' or 'Night Thoughts'" London, by William Blake and Edward Young
William Blake, 1757–1827
"Edward Young's 'The Complaint and The Consolation' or 'Night Thoughts'" London, by William Blake and Edward Young
1797
James Seymour "Fearnought Going to Run Against The D: of Devon: Smart"
James Seymour, 1702–1752
"Fearnought Going to Run Against The D: of Devon: Smart"
undated
unknown artist "Heads and Tails" or "A Brisk Gale in St. Paul's Churchyard"
unknown artist
"Heads and Tails" or "A Brisk Gale in St. Paul's Churchyard"
1785
Francis Legat "King Lear", Act V, Scene III
Francis Legat, 1755–1809
"King Lear", Act V, Scene III
1792
George Romney "Lear in the Storm," King Lear, Act III, Scene II
George Romney, 1734–1802
"Lear in the Storm," King Lear, Act III, Scene II
undated
William Woollett "Maid of the Mill"
William Woollett, 1735–1785
"Maid of the Mill"
ca. 1765
Garnet Terry "Mr. John Farley" Cook at the London Tavern
Garnet Terry, active 1780–1796
"Mr. John Farley" Cook at the London Tavern
undated
James Seymour "Panton's Doctor": With Jockey Up, Walking to Left
James Seymour, 1702–1752
"Panton's Doctor": With Jockey Up, Walking to Left
undated
John Hamilton Mortimer "Richard II", Act III, Scene II
John Hamilton Mortimer, 1740–1779
"Richard II", Act III, Scene II
1775
William Blake "The Book of Thel William Blake Original Wrappers 1789"
William Blake, 1757–1827
"The Book of Thel William Blake Original Wrappers 1789"
1789
John Vanderbank "The Capriole, When He Rises Before & at the Same Time Thro's Out His Hind Legs & Quarters Upon a Strait Line:" Engraved as Plate 25 in "Twenty Five Actions of the Manage Horse..."
John Vanderbank, 1694–1739
"The Capriole, When He Rises Before & at the Same Time Thro's Out His Hind Legs & Quarters Upon a Strait Line:" Engraved as Plate 25 in "Twenty Five Actions of the Manage Horse..."
1729
James Gillray "The Feast of Reason & the Flow of the Soul," - I.E. - The Wits of the Age, Setting the Table in a - Roar.
James Gillray, 1756–1815
"The Feast of Reason & the Flow of the Soul," - I.E. - The Wits of the Age, Setting the Table in a - Roar
1797
John Vanderbank "The Gallop with Left Leg:"Engraved as Plate 15 in "Twenty Five Actions of the Manage Horse..."
John Vanderbank, 1694–1739
"The Gallop with Left Leg:"Engraved as Plate 15 in "Twenty Five Actions of the Manage Horse..."
1729
Robert Dodd "The Indian Emperor" or "The Conquest of Mexico"
Robert Dodd, 1748–1816
"The Indian Emperor" or "The Conquest of Mexico"
1792
John Vanderbank "The Manege-Gallop with the right leg" engraved as plate 14 in "Twenty Five Actions of the Manage Horse..."
John Vanderbank, 1694–1739
"The Manege-Gallop with the right leg" engraved as plate 14 in "Twenty Five Actions of the Manage Horse..."
1729
John Vanderbank "The Passage to the Right Aided by the Rider's Rod & the Master Holding the Alonge: Engraved as plate 10 in Twenty Five Actions of the Manage Horse...
John Vanderbank, 1694–1739
"The Passage to the Right Aided by the Rider's Rod & the Master Holding the Alonge: Engraved as plate 10 in Twenty Five Actions of the Manage Horse..
1729
William Blake "There is No Natural Religion", London, by William Blake
William Blake, 1757–1827
"There is No Natural Religion", London, by William Blake
ca. 1788
James Gillray "Two Pairs of Portraits;" presented to all the unbiased Electors of Great Britain
James Gillray, 1756–1815
"Two Pairs of Portraits;" presented to all the unbiased Electors of Great Britain
1798
William Blake "Visions of the Daughters of Albion", London, by William Blake
William Blake, 1757–1827
"Visions of the Daughters of Albion", London, by William Blake
1793
Isaac Cruikshank "Westminster Races:" - ( A Political Heat, Run In Convent Garden, Between Old Veteran A Famous Horse The Property Of His M-----y, Dutchess A Filly, The Property Of The Duke Of D-----e, And Judas An Obstinate Ass, Who Was Clearly Distanced )
Isaac Cruikshank, 1764–1811
"Westminster Races:" - ( A Political Heat, Run In Convent Garden, Between Old Veteran A Famous Horse The Property Of His M-----y, Dutchess A Filly, The Property Of The Duke Of D-----e, And Judas An Obstinate Ass, Who Was Clearly Distanced )
1784
John Kay "Why, Sir John, my face does you no harm..."
John Kay, 1742–1826
"Why, Sir John, my face does you no harm..."
1789
unknown artist 'A Mapp of St. Andrews Holborn Parish...'
unknown artist
'A Mapp of St. Andrews Holborn Parish...'
undated
unknown artist 'A Mapp of the Parish of St. Anns'
unknown artist
'A Mapp of the Parish of St. Anns'
undated
George Townly Stubbs 'Anvil'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Anvil'
1794
George Vertue 'At the High Court of Justice for the trying and inditing of Charles Steuart King of England January Anno Dom. 1648'
George Vertue, 1684–1756
'At the High Court of Justice for the trying and inditing of Charles Steuart King of England January Anno Dom. 1648'
1750
George Townly Stubbs 'Baronet'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Baronet'
1794
George Townly Stubbs 'Baronet'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Baronet'
1794
George Townly Stubbs 'Dungannon'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Dungannon'
1794
William Pether 'Gimcrack'
William Pether, ca. 1738–1821
'Gimcrack'
1766
George Townly Stubbs 'Mambrino'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Mambrino'
1794
George Townly Stubbs 'Mambrino'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Mambrino'
1794
John Hamilton Mortimer 'Poet, from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act V, Scene i'
John Hamilton Mortimer, 1740–1779
'Poet, from A Midsummer Night's Dream, Act V, Scene i'
1775
George Townly Stubbs 'Protector'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Protector'
1794
George Townly Stubbs 'Pumpkin'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Pumpkin'
1794
George Townly Stubbs 'Sweetbrier'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Sweetbrier'
1794
George Townly Stubbs 'Sweetwilliam'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Sweetwilliam'
1796
George Townly Stubbs 'Sweetwilliam'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Sweetwilliam'
1796
James Seymour 'The Danish Horse' in Training: Standing, with Trainer Holding a Whip
James Seymour, 1702–1752
'The Danish Horse' in Training: Standing, with Trainer Holding a Whip
undated
James Fittler 'The Gamester,' Act V, Scene IV
James Fittler, 1758–1835
'The Gamester,' Act V, Scene IV
1792
Thomas Rowlandson 'The Surrey Fencibles Dispersing the Rioters in St George's Fields June 13th 1795'
Thomas Rowlandson, 1756–1827
'The Surrey Fencibles Dispersing the Rioters in St George's Fields June 13th 1795'
undated
James Seymour 'True Blue Beat by Whitefoot': Galloping to Left, with Jockey Up Whipping-On
James Seymour, 1702–1752
'True Blue Beat by Whitefoot': Galloping to Left, with Jockey Up Whipping-On
undated
George Townly Stubbs 'Volunteer'
George Townly Stubbs, 1748–1815
'Volunteer'
1794
James Gillray ("Portrait of Gentleman" Walking)
James Gillray, 1756–1815
("Portrait of Gentleman" Walking)
1800
Thomas Rowlandson (The) A Grand Battle between the Famous English Cock and Russian Hen!
Attributed to Thomas Rowlandson, 1756–1827
(The) A Grand Battle between the Famous English Cock and Russian Hen!
1791
Thomas Rowlandson (The) This Irish Ambassadors Extraordinary a Gallante(e) Show
Thomas Rowlandson, 1756–1827
(The) This Irish Ambassadors Extraordinary a Gallante(e) Show
1789