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Philippe Mercier The Sense of Touch
Philippe Mercier, 1689 or 1691–1760, Franco-German, active in Britain (from 1716)
The Sense of Touch
1744 to 1747
Joseph Wright of Derby The Dead Soldier
Joseph Wright of Derby, 1734–1797, British, active in Italy (1773–75)
The Dead Soldier
ca. 1789
Francis Hayman Dr. Charles Chauncey, M.D.
Francis Hayman, 1707/8–1776, British
Dr. Charles Chauncey, M.D
1747
Samuel Scott The Thames at Twickenham
Samuel Scott, 1701/2–1772, British
The Thames at Twickenham
ca. 1760
Samuel Scott The Building of Westminster Bridge
Samuel Scott, 1701/2–1772, British
The Building of Westminster Bridge
ca. 1742
Joseph Wright of Derby Vesuvius from Posillipo
Joseph Wright of Derby, 1734–1797, British, active in Italy (1773–75)
Vesuvius from Posillipo
ca. 1788
Philippe Mercier Sir Edward Hales, Baronet, of Hales Place, Hackington, Kent
Philippe Mercier, 1689 or 1691–1760, Franco-German, active in Britain (from 1716)
Sir Edward Hales, Baronet, of Hales Place, Hackington, Kent
1744
Philippe Mercier The Sense of Smell
Philippe Mercier, 1689 or 1691–1760, Franco-German, active in Britain (from 1716)
The Sense of Smell
1744 to 1747
Philippe Mercier The Sense of Taste
Philippe Mercier, 1689 or 1691–1760, Franco-German, active in Britain (from 1716)
The Sense of Taste
1744 to 1747
Philippe Mercier The Sense of Sight
Philippe Mercier, 1689 or 1691–1760, Franco-German, active in Britain (from 1716)
The Sense of Sight
1744 to 1747
William Hodges The Marmalong Bridge
William Hodges, 1744–1797, British
The Marmalong Bridge
ca. 1783
George Knapton A Man and a Woman, Possibly of the Missing Family, of Little Park House, Wickham, Hampshire
George Knapton, 1698–1778, British
A Man and a Woman, Possibly of the Missing Family, of Little Park House, Wickham, Hampshire
1747
Arthur Devis Probably John Trevor, third Baron Trevor, of St. Anne's Hill, Surrey, and Trevalyn Hall, Denbighshire (formerly T. Travers, Esq.)
Arthur Devis, 1712–1787, British
Probably John Trevor, third Baron Trevor, of St. Anne's Hill, Surrey, and Trevalyn Hall, Denbighshire (formerly T. Travers, Esq.)
1763
unknown artist The Hermitage
unknown artist, eighteenth century
The Hermitage
ca. 1772
Thomas Patch A Panoramic View of Florence from Bellosguardo
Thomas Patch, 1725–1782, British
A Panoramic View of Florence from Bellosguardo
1775
Thomas Patch A View of Tivoli
Thomas Patch, 1725–1782, British
A View of Tivoli
between 1750 and 1754
John Cheere Sir Isaac Newton
John Cheere, 1709–1787, British
Sir Isaac Newton
ca. 1750
unknown artist Sir Isaac Newton
Unknown artist, eighteenth century
Sir Isaac Newton
ca. 1735
unknown artist William Congreve
Unknown artist, eighteenth century
William Congreve
ca. 1715
Joseph Nollekens Venus
Joseph Nollekens, 1737–1823, British
Venus
1770s
Joseph Nollekens Adonis
Joseph Nollekens, 1737–1823, British
Adonis
1770s
John Nost III George III
John Nost III, active 1749–died 1780, Flemish, active in Ireland (from 1749)
George III
1764
Louis François Roubiliac Sir Andrew Fountaine
Louis François Roubiliac, 1702–1762, French, active in Britain (from 1730)
Sir Andrew Fountaine
ca. 1747
Peter Gaspar Scheemakers Alexander Pope
Peter Gaspar Scheemakers, 1691–1781, Flemish, active in Britain (from ca. 1720)
Alexander Pope
ca. 1740
Willem van de Velde the Younger Sea Battle of the Anglo-Dutch Wars
Willem van de Velde the Younger, 1633–1707, Dutch, active in Britain (from 1672)
Sea Battle of the Anglo-Dutch Wars
ca. 1700
Thomas Malton the Younger King's Parade, Cambridge
Thomas Malton the Younger, 1748–1804, British
King's Parade, Cambridge
between 1798 and 1799
Louis François Roubiliac Alexander Pope
Louis François Roubiliac, 1702–1762, French, active in Britain (from 1730)
Alexander Pope
1741
Thomas Malton the Younger High Street, Oxford
Thomas Malton the Younger, 1748–1804, British
High Street, Oxford
between 1798 and 1799
Francis Wheatley Soldier with Country Women Selling Ribbons, near a Military Camp
Francis Wheatley, 1747–1801, British
Soldier with Country Women Selling Ribbons, near a Military Camp
1788
unknown artist A Shepherdess with a Bird's Nest
unknown artist
A Shepherdess with a Bird's Nest
ca. 1750
Henry Singleton The Surrender of the Two Sons of Tipu Sahib, Sultan of Mysore, to Sir David Baird
Henry Singleton, 1766–1839, British
The Surrender of the Two Sons of Tipu Sahib, Sultan of Mysore, to Sir David Baird
ca. 1800
George Smith An Autumn Landscape with Apple Pickers
George Smith, 1714–1776, British
An Autumn Landscape with Apple Pickers
mid-18th century
George Smith Hop Pickers Outside a Cottage
George Smith, 1714–1776, British
Hop Pickers Outside a Cottage
mid-18th century
George Stubbs Reapers
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
Reapers
1795
Francis Swaine An English Sloop Becalmed near the Shore
Francis Swaine, 1730–1782, British
An English Sloop Becalmed near the Shore
mid-18th century
John Taylor of Bath A Bridge Over the River Wye
John Taylor of Bath, 1735–1806, American
A Bridge Over the River Wye
1776
unknown artist Windsor Castle Seen from the Thames
Unknown artist, eighteenth century
Windsor Castle Seen from the Thames
ca. 1700
Francis Swain Ward Mausoleum with Stone Elephants
Francis Swain Ward, ca. 1734–1794, British
Mausoleum with Stone Elephants
1788
Sir Joshua Reynolds RA Sir Jeffrey Amherst
Sir Joshua Reynolds RA, 1723–1792, British
Sir Jeffrey Amherst
ca. 1768
Marco Ricci Rehearsal of an opera
Marco Ricci, 1676–1729, Italian, active in Britain (1708–10; 1711–16)
Rehearsal of an opera
ca. 1709
Samuel Scott Shipping in a Choppy Sea
Samuel Scott, 1701/2–1772, British
Shipping in a Choppy Sea
1753
Dominic Serres RA Saint Vincents, near West Malling, Kent
Dominic Serres RA, 1722–1793, French, active in Britain (from the 1750s)
Saint Vincents, near West Malling, Kent
ca. 1779
John Smibert Benjamin Moreland, High Master of St. Paul's School
John Smibert, 1688–1751, British, active in America (from 1728)
Benjamin Moreland, High Master of St. Paul's School
1724
George Smith A Winter Landscape
George Smith, 1714–1776, British
A Winter Landscape
1752
George Smith Winter Landscape
George Smith, 1714–1776, British
Winter Landscape
ca. 1750
unknown artist Elihu Yale; William Cavendish, the second Duke of Devonshire; Lord James Cavendish; Mr. Tunstal; and an Enslaved Servant
Unknown artist, eighteenth century
Elihu Yale; William Cavendish, the second Duke of Devonshire; Lord James Cavendish; Mr. Tunstal; and an Enslaved Servant
ca. 1708
Tobias Stranover Parrots and Fruit with Other Birds and a Squirrel
Tobias Stranover, 1684–after 1735, German, active in Britain
Parrots and Fruit with Other Birds and a Squirrel
between 1710 and 1724
Gilbert Stuart Colonel Isaac Barre
Gilbert Stuart, 1755–1828, American, active in Britain (1775–93)
Colonel Isaac Barre
ca. 1785
Francis Swain Ward Mausoleum at Outatori near Trichinopoly
Francis Swain Ward, ca. 1734–1794, British
Mausoleum at Outatori near Trichinopoly
ca. 1788
Francesco Renaldi Muslim Lady Reclining
Francesco Renaldi, 1755–after 1798, Italian, active in Britain (from 1777)
Muslim Lady Reclining
1789
Sir Joshua Reynolds RA Mrs. Robinson
Sir Joshua Reynolds RA, 1723–1792, British
Mrs. Robinson
ca. 1784
Sir Joshua Reynolds RA Charles Carroll of Carrollton
Sir Joshua Reynolds RA, 1723–1792, British
Charles Carroll of Carrollton
1763
Marco Ricci Rehearsal of an opera
Marco Ricci, 1676–1729, Italian, active in Britain (1708–10; 1711–16)
Rehearsal of an opera
ca. 1709
John Inigo Richards RA The Colosseum
John Inigo Richards RA, 1730/31?–1810, British
The Colosseum
1776
John Inigo Richards RA Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome
John Inigo Richards RA, 1730/31?–1810, British
Castel Sant'Angelo, Rome
1776
unknown artist Portrait of the Artist
unknown artist
Portrait of the Artist
1733 or after
Jonathan Richardson the Elder Francis, second Earl of Godolphin
Jonathan Richardson the Elder, 1667–1745, British
Francis, second Earl of Godolphin
ca. 1725
Samuel Scott Action off the Cape of Good Hope
Samuel Scott, 1701/2–1772, British
Action off the Cape of Good Hope
ca. 1757
Thomas Roberts Lough Erne from Knock Ninney, with Bellisle in the distance, County Fermanagh, Ireland
Thomas Roberts, 1748–1778, Irish
Lough Erne from Knock Ninney, with Bellisle in the distance, County Fermanagh, Ireland
1771
Thomas Roberts Knock Ninney and Lough Erne from Bellisle, County Fermanagh, Ireland
Thomas Roberts, 1748–1778, Irish
Knock Ninney and Lough Erne from Bellisle, County Fermanagh, Ireland
1771
William Artaud 'The Triumph of Mercy,' from Collins' 'Ode To Mercy'
William Artaud, 1763–1823, British
'The Triumph of Mercy,' from Collins' 'Ode To Mercy'
1788 to 1790
Samuel Scott View on the Thames with Westminster Bridge
Samuel Scott, 1701/2–1772, British
View on the Thames with Westminster Bridge
between 1743 and 1744
Samuel Scott Pope's Villa, Twickenham
Samuel Scott, 1701/2–1772, British
Pope's Villa, Twickenham
ca. 1759
Samuel Scott Shipping off Dover
Samuel Scott, 1701/2–1772, British
Shipping off Dover
1738
Dominic Serres RA An English Two-Decker Lying Hove to, with Other Ships and Vessels in a Fresh Breeze
Dominic Serres RA, 1722–1793, French, active in Britain (from the 1750s)
An English Two-Decker Lying Hove to, with Other Ships and Vessels in a Fresh Breeze
1770
Dominic Serres RA Captain William Locker
Dominic Serres RA, 1722–1793, French, active in Britain (from the 1750s)
Captain William Locker
1769
Gilbert Stuart Captain John MacBride
Gilbert Stuart, 1755–1828, American, active in Britain (1775–93)
Captain John MacBride
1788
Joseph Wright of Derby William and Margaret from Percy's 'Reliques of Ancient English Poetry'
Joseph Wright of Derby, 1734–1797, British, active in Italy (1773–75)
William and Margaret from Percy's 'Reliques of Ancient English Poetry'
ca. 1785
Canaletto St. Paul's Cathedral
Canaletto, 1697–1768, Venetian, active in Britain (1746–55)
St. Paul's Cathedral
ca. 1754
Samuel Scott Westminster from Lambeth, with the Ceremonial Barge of the Ironmongers' Company
Samuel Scott, 1701/2–1772, British
Westminster from Lambeth, with the Ceremonial Barge of the Ironmongers' Company
ca. 1745
John Nost I William III
John Nost I, before 1660–1711/1712, Flemish, active in Britain (from before 1686)
William III
ca. 1700 or ca. 1750
John Nost I John Locke
Attributed to John Nost I, before 1660–1711/1712, Flemish, active in Britain (from before 1686)
John Locke
ca. 1700
Louis François Roubiliac Alexander Pope
Attributed to Louis François Roubiliac, 1702–1762, French, active in Britain (from 1730)
Alexander Pope
ca. 1755
unknown artist John Locke
unknown artist, eighteenth century
John Locke
ca. 1775
Johan Joseph Zoffany RA Patrick Heatly
Johan Joseph Zoffany RA, 1733–1810, German, active in Britain (from 1760)
Patrick Heatly
between 1783 and 1787
Michael "Angelo" Rooker St. Augustine's Gate, Canterbury
Michael "Angelo" Rooker, 1746–1801, British
St. Augustine's Gate, Canterbury
ca. 1778
John Runciman Mary and Joseph Outside the Inn
John Runciman, 1744–1768, British
Mary and Joseph Outside the Inn
1763 to 1768
George Stubbs The Countess of Coningsby in the Costume of the Charlton Hunt
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
The Countess of Coningsby in the Costume of the Charlton Hunt
ca. 1760
Francis Swaine An English Sloop and a Frigate in a Light Breeze
Francis Swaine, 1730–1782, British
An English Sloop and a Frigate in a Light Breeze
undated, exhibited between 1762 and 1782
Sir James Thornhill Jacob's Dream
Sir James Thornhill, 1675–1734, British
Jacob's Dream
1705
Peter Tillemans The Reverend Jemmet Browne at a meet of foxhounds
Peter Tillemans, 1684–1734, Flemish, active in Britain (from 1708)
The Reverend Jemmet Browne at a meet of foxhounds
1730 to 1732
Peter Tillemans The Round Course at Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, Preparing for the King's Plate
Peter Tillemans, 1684–1734, Flemish, active in Britain (from 1708)
The Round Course at Newmarket, Cambridgeshire, Preparing for the King's Plate
ca. 1725
Pieter Angillis Vegetable Seller, Covent Garden
Pieter Angillis, 1685–1734, Flemish, active in Britain (from ca. 1715)
Vegetable Seller, Covent Garden
ca. 1726
Sir James Thornhill St. Paul before Agrippa
Sir James Thornhill, 1675–1734, British
St. Paul before Agrippa
ca. 1710
Charles Towne Landscape with a Shepherd
Charles Towne, 1763–1840, British
Landscape with a Shepherd
ca. 1800
Henry Walton Girl with a Bouquet of Flowers
Henry Walton, 1746–1813, British
Girl with a Bouquet of Flowers
ca. 1772
Henry Walton A Market Girl
Henry Walton, 1746–1813, British
A Market Girl
between 1776 and 1777
Henry Walton Portrait of a Woman, Possibly Miss Nettlethorpe
Henry Walton, 1746–1813, British
Portrait of a Woman, Possibly Miss Nettlethorpe
ca. 1770
Henry Walton Portrait of a young woman, possibly Miss Nettlethorpe
Henry Walton, 1746–1813, British
Portrait of a young woman, possibly Miss Nettlethorpe
ca. 1770
Francis Wheatley Portrait of a Man, called George Basil Woodd
Francis Wheatley, 1747–1801, British
Portrait of a Man, called George Basil Woodd
ca. 1780
John Webber The Harbour of Pulo Condere
John Webber, 1752–1793, British
The Harbour of Pulo Condere
1786
John Webber Burial Ground in the South Seas
John Webber, 1752–1793, British
Burial Ground in the South Seas
ca. 1777
John Webber View of Santa Cruz, Tenerife
John Webber, 1752–1793, British
View of Santa Cruz, Tenerife
1776
Francis Wheatley Portrait of a Sportsman with His Son
Francis Wheatley, 1747–1801, British
Portrait of a Sportsman with His Son
1779
Thomas Whitcombe A Ship Running into Harbour with Other Craft at a Jetty
Thomas Whitcombe, 1763–after 1824, British
A Ship Running into Harbour with Other Craft at a Jetty
1788
Richard Cosway Portrait of an Armenian
Richard Cosway, 1742–1821, British
Portrait of an Armenian
1771
Sir Joshua Reynolds RA Anne Seymour Damer
Sir Joshua Reynolds RA, 1723–1792, British
Anne Seymour Damer
1773
Thomas Gainsborough RA Major John Dade, of Tannington, Suffolk
Thomas Gainsborough RA, 1727–1788, British
Major John Dade, of Tannington, Suffolk
ca. 1755
Francis Smith The Grand Vizier giving Audience to the English Ambassador
Francis Smith, active 1763–1780, British
The Grand Vizier giving Audience to the English Ambassador
ca. 1760
Francis Smith Kisler Aga, Chief of the Black Eunuchs and First Keeper of the Serraglio
Francis Smith, active 1763–1780, British
Kisler Aga, Chief of the Black Eunuchs and First Keeper of the Serraglio
between 1763 and 1779