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Richard Ansdell The Caledonian Coursing Meeting
Richard Ansdell, 1815–1885, British
The Caledonian Coursing Meeting
1844
Joseph Highmore A Club of Gentlemen
Joseph Highmore, 1692–1780, British
A Club of Gentlemen
ca. 1730
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
unknown artist Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall
unknown artist, ( Patten )
Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall
unknown artist The Old Eel Pie House, Tea Gardens Highbury
unknown artist, nineteenth century
The Old Eel Pie House, Tea Gardens Highbury
undated
R. F. Cahusac Athenaeum
Print made by R. F. Cahusac, active 1830, British
Athenaeum
1830
Charles Williams The Union Club
Charles Williams, active 1796–1830, British
The Union Club
undated
unknown artist Kitchen Department of the Reform Club House
unknown artist, nineteenth century
Kitchen Department of the Reform Club House
undated
unknown artist The Westminster Working Men's Club and Lodging House
unknown artist
The Westminster Working Men's Club and Lodging House
Charles Williams The Union Club Masquerade
Charles Williams, active 1796–1830, British
The Union Club Masquerade
1802
Charles Ansell Tears of Sensibility - Sympathy a Poem - Let's All be Unhappy Together - i.e. - The Wig Club in Distress etc. etc.
Charles Ansell, ca.1752–active 1790, British
Tears of Sensibility - Sympathy a Poem - Let's All be Unhappy Together - i.e. - The Wig Club in Distress etc. etc
1797
Charles Williams The Union Club
Charles Williams, active 1796–1830, British
The Union Club
1801
unknown artist The Fall of Phaeton - The Blow Up of the Whig Club - or the Majesty of the People (from: Caricature, vol. 7)
unknown artist, eighteenth century
The Fall of Phaeton - The Blow Up of the Whig Club - or the Majesty of the People (from: Caricature, vol. 7)
1794
Robert Dighton Cricket played by the Gentlemens Club, Whiteconduit House
Robert Dighton, 1752–1814, British
Cricket played by the Gentlemens Club, Whiteconduit House
1784
Thomas Rowlandson The Club Room
Thomas Rowlandson, 1756–1827, British
The Club Room
undated
Thomas Stothard The Club
Thomas Stothard, 1755–1834, British
The Club
undated
unknown artist Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall
unknown artist, nineteenth century
Army and Navy Club, Pall Mall
undated
John Harris The Four-in-Hand Club, Hyde Park
John Harris, 1811–1865, British
The Four-in-Hand Club, Hyde Park
John Woods Conservative Club and St. James's Palace
John Woods, active 1836–1860
Conservative Club and St. James's Palace
Thomas Picken The Club Houses, Pall Mall
Thomas Picken, active 1838–died 1870, British
The Club Houses, Pall Mall
William Tombleson Crockford's Club House, St. James's Street
William Tombleson, ca.1795–1835, British
Crockford's Club House, St. James's Street
John Woods Conservative Club and St. James's Palace
John Woods, active 1836–1860
Conservative Club and St. James's Palace
unknown artist Army & Navy Club, Pall Mall
unknown artist, ( Patton )
Army & Navy Club, Pall Mall
Thomas Higham View of the Reform Club House in Pall Mall, now Building by Charles Barry, Architect
Thomas Higham, 1796–1844, British
View of the Reform Club House in Pall Mall, now Building by Charles Barry, Architect
Edward Radclyffe Reform Club
Edward Radclyffe, 1809–1863, British
Reform Club
unknown artist A Prophetic Sketch of the (wig) Club as Described in the First Book of Samuel, Chapter twenty-two, Verse two
unknown artist
A Prophetic Sketch of the (wig) Club as Described in the First Book of Samuel, Chapter twenty-two, Verse two
1799
R. B. Kitaj I've Balled Every Waitress in This Club
R. B. Kitaj, 1932–2007, American, active in Britain (1958–97)
I've Balled Every Waitress in This Club
1967