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Francis Wheatley Portrait of a Sportsman with His Son
Francis Wheatley, 1747–1801, British
Portrait of a Sportsman with His Son
1779
Not on view
William Williams James Rann (1756-1813)
William Williams, 1758–1797, British
James Rann (1756-1813)
ca. 1780
Not on view
Herman G. Herkomer Self-Portrait ?
Attributed to Herman G. Herkomer, 1863–1935, American
Self-Portrait ?
ca. 1895
Not on view
William Hogarth Portrait of a Family
William Hogarth, 1697–1764, British
Portrait of a Family
ca. 1735
On view
Julius Caesar Ibbetson A Married Sailor's Adieu
Julius Caesar Ibbetson, 1759–1817, British
A Married Sailor's Adieu
ca. 1800
Not on view
Edward Penny RA The Virtuous Comforted by Sympathy
Edward Penny RA, 1714–1791, British
The Virtuous Comforted by Sympathy
1774
Not on view
Benjamin West The Death of Chatham
Benjamin West, 1738–1820, American, active in Britain (from 1763)
The Death of Chatham
1778
Not on view
James Pollard The Meat Market
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
The Meat Market
undated
James Bretherton The Damnation of Obadiah
Print made by James Bretherton, ca. 1730–1806, British
The Damnation of Obadiah
1773
Henry Thomas Alken The Justice
Print made by Henry Thomas Alken, 1785–1851, British
The Justice
1824
Michel Vincent Brandoin Shepherd, Shepherdess and Dog
Michel Vincent Brandoin, 1733–1807, Swiss
Shepherd, Shepherdess and Dog
undated
Guillaume Philippe Benoist Pamela setting out in the travelling Chariot (for her Father's as She is made to believe) takes her farewel of Mrs. Jervis, and the other servants; Mr. B. observing her from the window; by whose private order she is carried into Lincolnshire
Print made by Guillaume Philippe Benoist, 1725–ca. 1770, French
Pamela setting out in the travelling Chariot (for her Father's as She is made to believe) takes her farewel of Mrs. Jervis, and the other servants; Mr. B. observing her from the window; by whose private order she is carried into Lincolnshire
1745
John Goldar The Sacrifice
John Goldar, 1729–1795, British
The Sacrifice
1767
Bill Jay Nancy Newhall
Bill Jay, 1940–2009, British
Nancy Newhall
2004