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Jacques-Laurent Agasse Studies of a Fox, a Barn Owl, a Peahen, and the Head of a Young Man
Jacques-Laurent Agasse, 1767–1849
Studies of a Fox, a Barn Owl, a Peahen, and the Head of a Young Man
ca. 1815
Not on view
James Pollard North Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington
James Pollard, 1792–1867
North Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington
1821
Not on view
William Blake Jerusalem, Plate 62, "Repose on me...."
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827
Jerusalem, Plate 62, "Repose on me...."
1804 to 1820
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 Nixon Annabella, Lady Blake, as Juno, Receiving the Cestus from Venus
John Nixon, ca. 1760–1818
Annabella, Lady Blake, as Juno, Receiving the Cestus from Venus
1771
John Frederick Lewis Roman Pilgrims
John Frederick Lewis, 1804–1876
Roman Pilgrims
1854
John Dixon Mrs. Blake as Juno
Print made by John Dixon, ca. 1740–1811
Mrs. Blake as Juno
1771
Alexander van Haecken Juno
Print made by Alexander van Haecken, 1701–1758
Juno
undated
Kit Barker Peacock
Kit Barker, 1916–1988
Peacock
Sir James Thornhill Design for a Mythological Scene, with Jupiter and Juno
Sir James Thornhill, 1675–1734
Design for a Mythological Scene, with Jupiter and Juno
undated
Henry William Bunbury The Judgement of Paris
Print made by Henry William Bunbury, 1750–1811
The Judgement of Paris
1771
John Luard Pilgrims
Print made by John Luard, 1790–1875
Pilgrims
undated
David Cox Peacock at Capel Curig
David Cox, 1783–1859
Peacock at Capel Curig
1840s
James Walker The Infant Hercules
James Walker, 1748–1808
The Infant Hercules
1792
Bernard Lens II The Judgement of Paris
Print made by Bernard Lens II, 1659–1725
The Judgement of Paris
1680s to 1690s
James Pollard North-Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington
James Pollard, 1792–1867
North-Country Mails at the Peacock, Islington
1815 to 1823