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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
John Varley Old Mill at Battersea
formerly John Varley, 1778–1842, British
Old Mill at Battersea
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unknown artist Battersea
unknown artist, nineteenth century
Battersea
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unknown artist Battersea Bridge
unknown artist
Battersea Bridge
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John Varley View on the Thames at Battersea
pupil of John Varley, 1778–1842, British
View on the Thames at Battersea
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Patrick Nasmyth Battersea Fields, Painted for Charles Matthews, Esq.
Patrick Nasmyth, 1787–1831, British
Battersea Fields, Painted for Charles Matthews, Esq
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Nathaniel Smith Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's from Battersea Fields
Nathaniel Smith, 1740–1787
Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's from Battersea Fields
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Francis Seymour Haden Battersea Bridge
Francis Seymour Haden, 1818–1910, British
Battersea Bridge
1868
Emil Otto Hoppé The River at Battersea, Chelsea, London
Emil Otto Hoppé, 1878–1972, British
The River at Battersea, Chelsea, London
1925
James McNeill Whistler Battersea Reach
James McNeill Whistler, 1834–1903, American, active in Britain (from 1859)
Battersea Reach
1863
Francis Seymour Haden Battersea Reach
Francis Seymour Haden, 1818–1910, British
Battersea Reach
1863
Francis Seymour Haden Battersea Reach
Francis Seymour Haden, 1818–1910, British
Battersea Reach
1863
Francis Seymour Haden Battersea Reach
Francis Seymour Haden, 1818–1910, British
Battersea Reach
1863
Francis Seymour Haden Battersea Reach
Francis Seymour Haden, 1818–1910, British
Battersea Reach
1863
Edward William Cooke View on the Thames at Battersea
Edward William Cooke, 1811–1880, British
View on the Thames at Battersea
undated
Emil Otto Hoppé Battersea Power Station, London
Emil Otto Hoppé, 1878–1972, British
Battersea Power Station, London
1934