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Francis Calcraft Turner Bachelor's Hall: The Death
Francis Calcraft Turner, active 1782–1846, British
Bachelor's Hall: The Death
1835 to 1836
William Blake The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 39, "Ode to Adversity."
William Blake, 1757–1827, British
The Poems of Thomas Gray, Design 39, "Ode to Adversity."
between 1797 and 1798
Robert Spence George Fox Is Beaten in the Steeple-House at Ulverston
Print made by Robert Spence, 1871–1964, British
George Fox Is Beaten in the Steeple-House at Ulverston
undated
Frederick James Havell The Stone Bow, Lincoln
Frederick James Havell, 1801–1840, British
The Stone Bow, Lincoln
1836
James William Giles George Montford and W. Derry, Huntsman and Whipper-In to the Melton Hounds
James William Giles, 1801–1870, British
George Montford and W. Derry, Huntsman and Whipper-In to the Melton Hounds
Samuel Henry Gordon Alken Riders Taking a Fence
Samuel Henry Gordon Alken, 1810–1894, British
Riders Taking a Fence
undated
Henry Burn Bedford from the North
Print made by Henry Burn, active 1845
Bedford from the North
ca. 1840
John Doyle ('H.B.') The Man Wot "Whips the House Out"
Print made by John Doyle ('H.B.'), 1797–1868, Irish
The Man Wot "Whips the House Out"
1849
John Doyle ('H.B.') The State Wagon in Difficulties
Print made by John Doyle ('H.B.'), 1797–1868, Irish
The State Wagon in Difficulties
1847
Robert Polhill Bevan The Kill
Robert Polhill Bevan, 1865–1925, British
The Kill
undated
Thomas Burford Making a Cast at a Fault
Print made by Thomas Burford, ca. 1710–after 1774, British
Making a Cast at a Fault
1794
Thomas Burford The Death of the Fox
Print made by Thomas Burford, ca. 1710–after 1774, British
The Death of the Fox
1794
Mauritius Lowe An Allegory on the Plight of the Artist
Mauritius Lowe, 1746–1793, British
An Allegory on the Plight of the Artist
between 1772 and 1790
Thomas Bowles The Admiralty Office
Print made by Thomas Bowles, ca. 1712–died 1753, British
The Admiralty Office
1731
William Lock II Three Racehorses Approaching the Winning Post
William Lock II, 1767–1847, British
Three Racehorses Approaching the Winning Post
undated
James Fittler Mail Coach
James Fittler, 1758–1835, British
Mail Coach
ca. 1787