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Nicholas Evans Changing of the Shift
Nicholas Evans, 1907–2004, British
Changing of the Shift
1978
Not on view
John Wilson Carmichael A View of Murton Colliery near Seaham, County Durham
John Wilson Carmichael, 1799–1868, British
A View of Murton Colliery near Seaham, County Durham
1843
Not on view
Robert Polhill Bevan Hay Carts, Cumberland Market
Robert Polhill Bevan, 1865–1925, British
Hay Carts, Cumberland Market
1915
On view
Jacques-Laurent Agasse Old Smithfield Market
Jacques-Laurent Agasse, 1767–1849, Swiss, active in Britain (from 1800)
Old Smithfield Market
1824
Not on view
Godfrey Sykes A Tilt Forge
Godfrey Sykes, 1824–1866, British
A Tilt Forge
1856-1859
Not on view
James Duffield Harding The Great Exhibition of 1851
James Duffield Harding, 1798–1863, British
The Great Exhibition of 1851
1851
On view
Joseph Mallord William Turner Limekiln at Coalbrookdale
Joseph Mallord William Turner, 1775–1851, British
Limekiln at Coalbrookdale
ca. 1797
Not on view
Waller Hugh Paton Railway Bridge over the River Cart, Paisley
Waller Hugh Paton, 1828–1895, British
Railway Bridge over the River Cart, Paisley
1857
Not on view
John Constable Sir Richard Steele's Cottage, Hampstead
John Constable, 1776–1837, British
Sir Richard Steele's Cottage, Hampstead
1831 to 1832
On view
James Ward Landscape near Swansea, South Wales
James Ward, 1769–1859, British
Landscape near Swansea, South Wales
ca. 1805
Not on view
Graham Bell Thomasson Park, Bolton
Graham Bell, 1910–1943, South African, active in Britain
Thomasson Park, Bolton
1938
Not on view
Godfrey Sykes Interior of an ironworks
Godfrey Sykes, 1824–1866, British
Interior of an ironworks
1850
Not on view
Sir James Thornhill A Sketch of Gratitude Crowned by Peace, with Other Allegorical Figures of Industry, Fame and Plenty
Sir James Thornhill, 1675–1734, British
A Sketch of Gratitude Crowned by Peace, with Other Allegorical Figures of Industry, Fame and Plenty
between 1712 and 1713
Not on view
Bertram Priestman The Aquitania coming up Southampton Water, 1930
Bertram Priestman, 1868–1951, British
The Aquitania coming up Southampton Water, 1930
ca. 1930
Not on view
John Frederick Herring The Harvest
John Frederick Herring, 1795–1865, British
The Harvest
ca. 1857
Not on view
Hercules Brabazon Brabazon Landscape with Industrial Buildings by a River
Hercules Brabazon Brabazon, 1821–1906, British
Landscape with Industrial Buildings by a River
ca. 1890
Not on view
James Pollard The Louth-London Royal Mail Travelling by Train from Peterborough East, Northamptonshire
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
The Louth-London Royal Mail Travelling by Train from Peterborough East, Northamptonshire
1845
Not on view
James Pollard The Last of the Mail Coaches at Newcastle upon Tyne
James Pollard, 1792–1867, British
The Last of the Mail Coaches at Newcastle upon Tyne
1848
Not on view
James McNeill Whistler Nocturne in Blue and Silver
James McNeill Whistler, 1834–1903, American, active in Britain (from 1859)
Nocturne in Blue and Silver
1872 to 1878, butterfly added ca. 1885
On view
Frederick Nash The Thames and Waterloo Bridge from Somerset House
Frederick Nash, 1782–1856, British
The Thames and Waterloo Bridge from Somerset House
ca. 1825
Not on view
John Crome Back of the New Mills, Norwich
Print made by John Crome, 1768–1821, British
Back of the New Mills, Norwich
1812
Joseph Pennell The English War Series: W. 441. The Gun Shop
Joseph Pennell, 1860–1926, American
The English War Series: W. 441. The Gun Shop
1916
Joseph Pennell The English War Series: W. 453. Ready for War
Joseph Pennell, 1860–1926, American
The English War Series: W. 453. Ready for War
1916
unknown artist Fortune
Print made by unknown artist, eighteenth century
Fortune
1796
Thomas Faulkner Principal Entrance to the Gas Works, Westminster
Print made by Thomas Faulkner, active 1825–1838
Principal Entrance to the Gas Works, Westminster
ca. 1830
William Simpson Thugs in the School of Industry, Jubblepoor
William Simpson, 1823–1899, British
Thugs in the School of Industry, Jubblepoor
undated
Sir Muirhead Bone Demolition of St. James's Hall, Interior
Print made by Sir Muirhead Bone, 1876–1953, British
Demolition of St. James's Hall, Interior
1906
Sir Muirhead Bone Stockholm
Print made by Sir Muirhead Bone, 1876–1953, British
Stockholm
1923
Sir Muirhead Bone A Manhattan Excavation
Print made by Sir Muirhead Bone, 1876–1953, British
A Manhattan Excavation
1923
Sir Muirhead Bone The Building
Sir Muirhead Bone, 1876–1953, British
The Building
1904
Bruce Davidson Boy with Glasses Pushing Carriage
Bruce Davidson, born 1933, American
Boy with Glasses Pushing Carriage
1965
Bruce Davidson Bride and groom in field with factory in distance
Bruce Davidson, born 1933, American
Bride and groom in field with factory in distance
1965
Bruce Davidson School children in "Chelt Ale" bus
Bruce Davidson, born 1933, American
School children in "Chelt Ale" bus
1965
Bruce Davidson Coal miners outside mine
Bruce Davidson, born 1933, American
Coal miners outside mine
1965
James Dobie Fishing Boats at Hastings
Print made by James Dobie, 1849–1911, British
Fishing Boats at Hastings
1882
Septimus Edwin Scott The Spirit of Coal: Gas Exhibit
Septimus Edwin Scott, 1879–1962, British
The Spirit of Coal: Gas Exhibit
after 1924
Sir Muirhead Bone A Manhattan Excavation
Print made by Sir Muirhead Bone, 1876–1953, British
A Manhattan Excavation
1923
James McNeill Whistler Old Hungerford Bridge
Print made by James McNeill Whistler, 1834–1903, American, active in Britain (from 1859)
Old Hungerford Bridge
1861
Norman Wilkinson British Industries| Fishing | LMS
Norman Wilkinson, 1878–1971, British
British Industries| Fishing | LMS
undated
Bernard Sickert Excavation
Bernard Sickert, 1863–1932, British, born in Germany
Excavation
1923
Thomas Austen Brown Industrial Landscape
Print made by Thomas Austen Brown, 1857–1924, British
Industrial Landscape
undated
Joseph Pennell The Gun Shop
Print made by Joseph Pennell, 1860–1926, American
The Gun Shop
1917