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unknown artist The Taglioni Coach and Other Scenes
unknown artist
The Taglioni Coach and Other Scenes
ca. 1840
Not on view
Isaac Shaw Railway Office, Liverpool
Isaac Shaw, active 1830
Railway Office, Liverpool
ca. 1830
Louis Philippe Boitard The Earthquake Scare in Piccadilly
Louis Philippe Boitard, active 1734–1760
The Earthquake Scare in Piccadilly
1750
Thomas Bowles A View of the Stadt House, New Church, Weighing House, and the adjacent Buildings at Amsterdam
Thomas Bowles, ca. 1712–died 1753
A View of the Stadt House, New Church, Weighing House, and the adjacent Buildings at Amsterdam
undated
James Pollard The North Country Mails at The Peacock Inn, Islington
James Pollard, 1792–1867
The North Country Mails at The Peacock Inn, Islington
1815
Richard Morris Regent's Park, London, The Colosseum, Clergy's Orphans' School and St. Andrew's Place, with Figures and Coaches
Richard Morris, active 1830
Regent's Park, London, The Colosseum, Clergy's Orphans' School and St. Andrew's Place, with Figures and Coaches
ca. 1831
James Wyatt Cobham Hall, Kent: Elevations of Stables
James Wyatt, 1746–1813
Cobham Hall, Kent: Elevations of Stables
1789
James Wyatt Cobham Hall, Kent: Plan of the Stables
James Wyatt, 1746–1813
Cobham Hall, Kent: Plan of the Stables
1790
Richard Gilson Reeve Coaching: The Taglioni Windsor Coach
Richard Gilson Reeve, 1803–1889
Coaching: The Taglioni Windsor Coach
1837
Emil Otto Hoppé Opening Week of Coaching Season at Hyde Park, London
Emil Otto Hoppé, 1878–1972
Opening Week of Coaching Season at Hyde Park, London
1933
Richard James Lane Mademoiselle Taglioni (Volume of 102 lithographs)
Richard James Lane, 1800–1872
Mademoiselle Taglioni (Volume of 102 lithographs)
James Pollard North-Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington
James Pollard, 1792–1867
North-Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington
1815 to 1823