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Welby Sherman The Shepherd
Engraved by Welby Sherman, active 1827
The Shepherd
between 1827 and 1836
Richard Earlom A Landscape
Print made by Richard Earlom, 1743–1822
A Landscape
1817
William Havell Landscape with a Seated Shepherd
Print made by William Havell, 1782–1857
Landscape with a Seated Shepherd
1804
George Richmond The Shepherd
Print made by George Richmond, 1809–1896
The Shepherd
1827
John Linnell Job and His Family
circle of John Linnell, 1792–1882
Job and His Family
undated
Caroline Watson Garrick Reading the Ode at the Shakespeare Jubilee
Caroline Watson, 1760–1814
Garrick Reading the Ode at the Shakespeare Jubilee
1784
Edward Calvert The Chamber Idyll
Print made by Edward Calvert, 1799–1883
The Chamber Idyll
1831
Edward Calvert The Ploughman
Print made by Edward Calvert, 1799–1883
The Ploughman
1827
Edward Calvert The Return Home
Print made by Edward Calvert, 1799–1883
The Return Home
1830
Joseph Grozer Miss Mary Palmer as "The Young Shepherdess"
Print made by Joseph Grozer, ca. 1755–1798
Miss Mary Palmer as "The Young Shepherdess"
ca. 1785
John Robert Cozens South View of Bath
Print made by John Robert Cozens, 1752–1797
South View of Bath
1773
John Faber the Younger Shepherdess
Print made by John Faber the Younger, ca. 1695–1756
Shepherdess
undated
Richard Earlom A Shepherd Boy
Print made by Richard Earlom, 1743–1822
A Shepherd Boy
1781
Valentine Green Pamela and Philoclea
Print made by Valentine Green, 1739–1813
Pamela and Philoclea
ca. 1777
John Linnell Job and His Wife Restored to Prosperity
circle of John Linnell, 1792–1882
Job and His Wife Restored to Prosperity
undated
James Heath "This is fairy gold, boy, and will prove so"
James Heath, 1757–1834
"This is fairy gold, boy, and will prove so"
1804
James Heath "Mark your divorce young sir, whom son I dare not call"
James Heath, 1757–1834
"Mark your divorce young sir, whom son I dare not call"
1804
James Heath James Barry, Esq.
Print made by James Heath, 1757–1834
James Barry, Esq
after 1806
David Allan Patie and Peggy
Print made by David Allan, 1744–1796
Patie and Peggy
1808
Robert Havell Crofton
Robert Havell, 1769–1832
Crofton
1813