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John Golding 1989 J. 11 (Ursus)
John Golding, 1929–2012, British
1989 J. 11 (Ursus)
1989
unknown artist Tom Thumb at Bay
unknown artist
Tom Thumb at Bay
undated
James Sowerby A Sun-Bear
James Sowerby, 1756–1822, British
A Sun-Bear
undated
James Sowerby A Bear
James Sowerby, 1756–1822, British
A Bear
undated
James Sowerby A Bear
James Sowerby, 1756–1822, British
A Bear
undated
Samuel Howitt A Bear Attacking a Fallen Indian
Samuel Howitt, 1756–1822, British
A Bear Attacking a Fallen Indian
undated
Samuel Howitt The Bear and the Bee-Hives
Samuel Howitt, 1756–1822, British
The Bear and the Bee-Hives
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Paul Sandby RA Musicians and a Performing Bear
Paul Sandby RA, 1731–1809, British
Musicians and a Performing Bear
undated
Samuel Howitt Bear and Bee-Hives
Samuel Howitt, 1756–1822, British
Bear and Bee-Hives
undated
Sawrey Gilpin Study of a Bear
Sawrey Gilpin, 1733–1807, British
Study of a Bear
undated
George Romney Exit Pursued by a Bear, or "The Abandonment of Perdita" from "The Winter's Tale"
George Romney, 1734–1802, British
Exit Pursued by a Bear, or "The Abandonment of Perdita" from "The Winter's Tale"
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Charles Hamilton Smith Title Page: The Naturalist Library: Mammalia. Introduction. Volume: 1:13
Charles Hamilton Smith, 1776–1859, Belgian
Title Page: The Naturalist Library: Mammalia. Introduction. Volume: 1:13
ca. 1837
John Doyle ('H.B.') Rather a Dangerous Kind of Hug
Print made by John Doyle ('H.B.'), 1797–1868, Irish
Rather a Dangerous Kind of Hug
1847
William Hogarth The Bruiser
William Hogarth, 1697–1764, British
The Bruiser
1763
Sawrey Gilpin Study of a bear
Sawrey Gilpin, 1733–1807, British
Study of a bear
undated
P. Crotchet Grown Ladies Taught to Dance
Print made by P. Crotchet, active 1768, British
Grown Ladies Taught to Dance
1768
James Bretherton Dancing Bear with Its Keeper, Piper, and Audience of One
James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
Dancing Bear with Its Keeper, Piper, and Audience of One
1774