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Benjamin West Artist's Son Writing
Benjamin West, 1738–1820, American, active in Britain (from 1763)
Artist's Son Writing
undated
Francesco Bartolozzi RA Portrait of Joseph Haydn
Print made by Francesco Bartolozzi RA, 1728–1815, Italian, active in Britain (1764–99)
Portrait of Joseph Haydn
1791
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 7, "Till at Death's Toll, Whose Restless Iron Tounge"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827, British
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 7, "Till at Death's Toll, Whose Restless Iron Tounge"
1797
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 1, "The Pindaric Genius Receiving His Lyre"
William Blake, 1757–1827, British
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 1, "The Pindaric Genius Receiving His Lyre"
between 1797 and 1798
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 4, "What, though my soul fantastick measures trod"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827, British
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 4, "What, though my soul fantastick measures trod"
ca. 1797
L. Truchy Pamela is represented in this first Piece, writing in her late Lady's dressing room, her History being known only by her letters. She is here surprised by Mr. B. who improves this occasion to further his designs
L. Truchy, 1721–1764
Pamela is represented in this first Piece, writing in her late Lady's dressing room, her History being known only by her letters. She is here surprised by Mr. B. who improves this occasion to further his designs
1762
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 4, "What, though My Soul Fantastick Measures Trod"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827, British
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 4, "What, though My Soul Fantastick Measures Trod"
1797
William Blake Young's Night Thoughts, Page 7, "Till at Death's toll, whose restless iron tounge"
Print made by William Blake, 1757–1827, British
Young's Night Thoughts, Page 7, "Till at Death's toll, whose restless iron tounge"
ca. 1797