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Staffordshire pottery Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
Staffordshire pottery
Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
19th-mid-19th century
Not on view
John Singleton Copley Richard Heber
John Singleton Copley, 1738–1815, American, active in Britain (from 1776)
Richard Heber
1782
On view
unknown artist A Game of Cricket (The Royal Academy Club in Marylebone Fields, now Regent's Park)
unknown artist, eighteenth century
A Game of Cricket (The Royal Academy Club in Marylebone Fields, now Regent's Park)
between 1790 and 1799
Not on view
Douglas Stannus Gray Cricket on the Green, Southwick
Douglas Stannus Gray, 1890–1959, British
Cricket on the Green, Southwick
1953
Not on view
Staffordshire pottery Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
Staffordshire pottery
Cricketers - a pair: each in iron-red cap, spotted shirt and red sash, one bowling, one batting
19th to mid-19th century
Not on view
Francis Cotes RA Charles Collyer as a Boy, with a Cricket Bat
Francis Cotes RA, 1726–1770, British
Charles Collyer as a Boy, with a Cricket Bat
1766
Not on view
H. J. Aveling First Grand Match of Cricket Played by Members of the Royal Amateur Society on Hampton Court Green, August 3rd, 1836
Attributed to H. J. Aveling, active 1839–1842, British
First Grand Match of Cricket Played by Members of the Royal Amateur Society on Hampton Court Green, August 3rd, 1836
exhibited 1839
Not on view
Robert Dunkarton The Soldier's Widow; or Schoolboys' Collection
Robert Dunkarton, 1744–1811, British
The Soldier's Widow; or Schoolboys' Collection
ca. 1802
Joseph Mallord William Turner Cricket on the Goodwin Sands
Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851, British
Cricket on the Goodwin Sands
undated
Robert Isaac Cruikshank Design for the Frontspiece of the Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette, Volume 1
Print made by Robert Isaac Cruikshank, 1789–1856, British
Design for the Frontspiece of the Annals of Sporting and Fancy Gazette, Volume 1
1822
Thomas Tagg Cambridge
Print made by Thomas Tagg, died 1809, British
Cambridge
1795
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Games at Vauxhall: Playing at Cricket
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Games at Vauxhall: Playing at Cricket
ca. 1743
Leonard A. Pownall A Boy Playing Cricket: Standing, Seen From Back Side
Leonard A. Pownall
A Boy Playing Cricket: Standing, Seen From Back Side
undated
Walter Paris A Cricket Match of the Royal Marine Artillery, London
Walter Paris, 1842–1906, British
A Cricket Match of the Royal Marine Artillery, London
1888
Henry Thomas Alken "Landscape Scenery", No. 7: Scenes of Cricket and a Waggoner With His Team
Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
"Landscape Scenery", No. 7: Scenes of Cricket and a Waggoner With His Team
1821
Peter P. Benazech For Japaning, Where may be 200 Different Sorts
Peter P. Benazech, 1767–1794
For Japaning, Where may be 200 Different Sorts
1757
John Minton Sport
John Minton, 1917–1957, British
Sport
undated
Robert Dighton Cricket played by the Gentlemens Club, Whiteconduit House
Robert Dighton, 1752–1814, British
Cricket played by the Gentlemens Club, Whiteconduit House
1784
Emil Otto Hoppé Soldiers Playing Cricket in Moat of Tower of London
Emil Otto Hoppé, 1878–1972, British
Soldiers Playing Cricket in Moat of Tower of London
1929
unknown artist Eton Cricket Match
unknown artist
Eton Cricket Match
undated