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David Allan View of the High Street of Edinburgh and the Commissioner
David Allan, 1744–1796, British, born in Scotland
View of the High Street of Edinburgh and the Commissioner
unknown artist Shakespeare
unknown artist
Shakespeare
unknown artist Mr. Kean as Richard III
unknown artist
Mr. Kean as Richard III
unknown artist This Typographic Specimen to the Memory of William Caxton
unknown artist, ( John Johnson )
This Typographic Specimen to the Memory of William Caxton
Henry Kingsbury The Beggar and his Dog
Henry Kingsbury, active 1750–1780, British
The Beggar and his Dog
David Allan The High Street of Edinburgh from the East
David Allan, 1744–1796, British, born in Scotland
The High Street of Edinburgh from the East
unknown artist Views of the Gates of Rome; The Light Horse Gate formerly Pasterula: 1. St. Peters Church 2. the Pontifical Palace 3. the Quarters of the Light Horse Guards 4. part of the Palace of the Holy Offices
unknown artist
Views of the Gates of Rome; The Light Horse Gate formerly Pasterula: 1. St. Peters Church 2. the Pontifical Palace 3. the Quarters of the Light Horse Guards 4. part of the Palace of the Holy Offices
Le Blond & Co. Stolen Pleasures
Le Blond & Co.
Stolen Pleasures
William Caveler St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster - Longitudinal section of the lower oratory
William Caveler, active 1835–1850, British
St. Stephen's Chapel, Westminster - Longitudinal section of the lower oratory
Thomas Rowlandson Dr. Syntax Painting a Portrait
Thomas Rowlandson, 1756–1827, British
Dr. Syntax Painting a Portrait
Thomas Worlidge The Painter's Study
Thomas Worlidge, 1700–1766, British
The Painter's Study
unknown artist A Shrew
unknown artist, ( Sowerby )
A Shrew
Sir Frank Short Caerlaverock Castle
Sir Frank Short, 1857–1945, British
Caerlaverock Castle
Henry M. Hudson Mrs. Curtis
Henry M. Hudson, active 1782–1800, British
Mrs. Curtis
David Lucas Charles Robert Leslie's "Memoirs of the Life of John Constable":Yorkminster
Print made by David Lucas, 1802–1881, British
Charles Robert Leslie's "Memoirs of the Life of John Constable":Yorkminster
unknown artist The Church of St. Mary the Great at Rome, with the additional Buildings on each side; Also the Antique Column brought hither from the Temple of Peace, by Pope Paul, V
unknown artist
The Church of St. Mary the Great at Rome, with the additional Buildings on each side; Also the Antique Column brought hither from the Temple of Peace, by Pope Paul, V
unknown artist A Perspective View of the Quirinal or Palace of the Pope, on Mount Cavalle at Rome
unknown artist
A Perspective View of the Quirinal or Palace of the Pope, on Mount Cavalle at Rome
Henry Melville Her Majesty opening the Session of Parliament
Henry Melville, active 1826–1841, British
Her Majesty opening the Session of Parliament
James Fittler The House of Commons
James Fittler, 1758–1835, British
The House of Commons
Luke Sullivan The March to Finchley
Luke Sullivan, 1705–1771, British
The March to Finchley
Arthur Pond Due Filosofi
Arthur Pond, ca. 1705–1758, British
Due Filosofi
unknown artist Nymphs Bathing
unknown artist
Nymphs Bathing
James Fittler The House of Commons
James Fittler, 1758–1835, British
The House of Commons
Henry Melville House of Commons/ The Speaker reprimanding a person at the Bar
Henry Melville, active 1826–1841, British
House of Commons/ The Speaker reprimanding a person at the Bar
Henry Melville House of Commons/ The Speaker reprimanding a person at the Bar
Henry Melville, active 1826–1841, British
House of Commons/ The Speaker reprimanding a person at the Bar
John Woods Her Majesty Prorogueing Parliament - House of Lords
John Woods, active 1836–1860
Her Majesty Prorogueing Parliament - House of Lords
Henry Melville The King Proroguing Parliament, April 1831
Henry Melville, active 1826–1841, British
The King Proroguing Parliament, April 1831
James Wyld Plan of Westminster Hall and Abbey
James Wyld, 1790–1836, British
Plan of Westminster Hall and Abbey
John Le Keux The King's Entrance, House of Lords
John Le Keux, 1783–1846, British
The King's Entrance, House of Lords
Henry Melville Her Majesty opening the Session of Parliament
Henry Melville, active 1826–1841, British
Her Majesty opening the Session of Parliament
Thomas Clark Cloister, St. Stephen's Chapel, South Walk, looking E. Westminster
Thomas Clark, 1820–1876, British
Cloister, St. Stephen's Chapel, South Walk, looking E. Westminster
Henry Melville William fourth Proroguing Parliament, April 1831. House of Lords: destroyed by fire Oct. 16th 1834
Henry Melville, active 1826–1841, British
William fourth Proroguing Parliament, April 1831. House of Lords: destroyed by fire Oct. 16th 1834
John Woods Her Majesty Prorogueing Parliament - House of Lords
John Woods, active 1836–1860
Her Majesty Prorogueing Parliament - House of Lords
T. Simpson Entrance to the House of Lords, with the Office of Ordinance; House of Commons
T. Simpson, active 1763–1768
Entrance to the House of Lords, with the Office of Ordinance; House of Commons
Peter Maverick All's Well ...Act I, Scene III
Peter Maverick, 1780–1831, American
All's Well ...Act I, Scene III
John Neagle Comedy of Errors, Act II, Scene II
John Neagle, 1796–1865, American
Comedy of Errors, Act II, Scene II
Richard Ansdell The Caledonian Coursing Meeting
Richard Ansdell, 1815–1885, British
The Caledonian Coursing Meeting
Richard Ansdell The Waterloo Coursing Meeting
Richard Ansdell, 1815–1885, British
The Waterloo Coursing Meeting
George Morland Rural Amusement
George Morland, 1763–1804, British
Rural Amusement
Rivers Rosamond
Rivers, active 1799–1804
Rosamond
Rivers The Miser
Rivers, active 1799–1804
The Miser
Thomas Rothwell Edwin and Matilda
Thomas Rothwell, c. 1742–1807, British
Edwin and Matilda
Thomas Tagg First Love; or, Maria's Monument
Thomas Tagg, died 1809, British
First Love; or, Maria's Monument
Thomas Rothwell Ferdinand and Isabel
Thomas Rothwell, c. 1742–1807, British
Ferdinand and Isabel
George Cruikshank Henry perceiving Norris pick up Ann Boleyn's hankerchief at the jousts
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Henry perceiving Norris pick up Ann Boleyn's hankerchief at the jousts
George Cruikshank The discovery of the mysterious packet
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The discovery of the mysterious packet
George Cruikshank Queen Jane & Lord Guilford Dudley brought back to the Tower through Traitors Gate
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Queen Jane & Lord Guilford Dudley brought back to the Tower through Traitors Gate
George Cruikshank The Green Room at Drury Lane Theatre
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
The Green Room at Drury Lane Theatre
George Cruikshank Outside of the Opera House at Night
George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
Outside of the Opera House at Night
Samuel Ireland George Lambart
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
George Lambart
Samuel Ireland Untitled
Samuel Ireland, active 1760–died 1800, British
Untitled
David Law Callender
David Law, 1831–1901, British
Callender
John Saddler Durham Cathedral
John Saddler, 1813–1892, British
Durham Cathedral
David Law Lancaster
David Law, 1831–1901, British
Lancaster
Henri Toussaint Kirstall from S.E.
Henri Toussaint, 1849–1911, French
Kirstall from S.E
Henri Toussaint Westminster Abbey
Henri Toussaint, 1849–1911, French
Westminster Abbey
Herbert Railton Charlecote from the Terrace
Herbert Railton, 1857–1910, British
Charlecote from the Terrace
George Childs Grey Street from Dean Street, Newcastle upon Tyne
George Childs, active 1826–1873, British
Grey Street from Dean Street, Newcastle upon Tyne
John Sell Cotman Castle of Argues from the Village
John Sell Cotman, 1782–1842, British
Castle of Argues from the Village
James Duffield Harding Clare Castle
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Clare Castle
James Duffield Harding Mallow Castle
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Mallow Castle
James Duffield Harding Cathedral at Cashel
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Cathedral at Cashel
James Duffield Harding Roche's Castle, Castletown Roche
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callagher), 1798–1863, British
Roche's Castle, Castletown Roche
James Duffield Harding Dally Hooly Castle
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Dally Hooly Castle
James Duffield Harding Abbey at Carrick on Suir
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Abbey at Carrick on Suir
James Duffield Harding Kilcrea Abbey
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Kilcrea Abbey
James Duffield Harding Glanworth Castle
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan, 1798–1863, British
Glanworth Castle
James Duffield Harding Ardfinian Castle & Fort Tipperary
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Ardfinian Castle & Fort Tipperary
James Duffield Harding Kineth Round Tower
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Kineth Round Tower
James Duffield Harding Cahir Castle
James Duffield Harding, (after R. O'Callaghan), 1798–1863, British
Cahir Castle
John Scott Eclipse (?) Shakespeare
Print made by John Scott, 1774–1828, British
Eclipse (?) Shakespeare
John Scott King Herod (?) Flying Childers
John Scott, 1774–1828, British
King Herod (?) Flying Childers
William Home Lizars Illustrations of the Novels and Tales of the Author of Waverley from Designs by William Allan
William Home Lizars, 1788–1859, British
Illustrations of the Novels and Tales of the Author of Waverley from Designs by William Allan
Augustus Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers Redgauntlet
Augustus Augustus Henry Lane Fox Pitt-Rivers, (after D. O. Hill), 1827–1900, British
Redgauntlet
George Morland Rustic Employment
George Morland, 1763–1804, British
Rustic Employment
unknown artist The Unfortunate Dr. Dodd
unknown artist
The Unfortunate Dr. Dodd
unknown artist Samuel Richardson
unknown artist
Samuel Richardson
John Keyse Sherwin James MacPherson, Esquire
John Keyse Sherwin, c.1751–1790, British
James MacPherson, Esquire
Charles Rolls Sir Charles Sedley
Charles Rolls, 1800–active 1830, British
Sir Charles Sedley
William Ridley Miss Seward
William Ridley, 1764–1838, British
Miss Seward
unknown artist Swinburne
unknown artist, ( Samuel Hollyers )
Swinburne
unknown artist Richard Cumberland
unknown artist
Richard Cumberland
unknown artist Hermes
unknown artist
Hermes
unknown artist Sir Richard Steele, Kt.
unknown artist
Sir Richard Steele, Kt
unknown artist John Newton
unknown artist
John Newton
unknown artist Mrs. Gardiner - The Tragedy of Macbeth
unknown artist
Mrs. Gardiner - The Tragedy of Macbeth
Edward Scriven The Reverand William Mason, M.A.
Edward Scriven, 1775–1841, British
The Reverand William Mason, M.A
unknown artist Reverand William Dodd, L.L.D.
unknown artist
Reverand William Dodd, L.L.D
Joseph Constantine Stadler Lloyd's Subscription Room
Joseph Constantine Stadler, active 1780–1812, British
Lloyd's Subscription Room
Thomas Sunderland Workhouse St. James Parish
Thomas Sunderland, 1744–1828, British
Workhouse St. James Parish
unknown artist Woman Kneeling at Man's Coattails
unknown artist
Woman Kneeling at Man's Coattails
Carlo Pellegrini The Diogenes of the Modern Corinthians without his Tub, Thomas Carlyle (Vanity Fair series)
Carlo Pellegrini, 1839–1889, Italian
The Diogenes of the Modern Corinthians without his Tub, Thomas Carlyle (Vanity Fair series)
R. Stanier James Burnet, Lord Monboddo
R. Stanier, 18th century
James Burnet, Lord Monboddo
Thomas Sunderland Tattersall's Horse Repository
Thomas Sunderland, 1744–1828, British
Tattersall's Horse Repository
Joseph Constantine Stadler Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street
Joseph Constantine Stadler, active 1780–1812, British
Freemasons Hall, Great Queen Street
unknown artist Hieroglyphics
unknown artist
Hieroglyphics
Sir Emery Walker Brooks's in the Olden Time
Sir Emery Walker, 1851–1933, British
Brooks's in the Olden Time
James Sayer The Biographers
James Sayer, 1748–1823, British
The Biographers
Carlo Pellegrini The Poet Laureate, Lord A. Tennyson (Vanity Fair series)
Carlo Pellegrini, 1839–1889, Italian
The Poet Laureate, Lord A. Tennyson (Vanity Fair series)
Carlo Pellegrini Oscar, Oscar Wilde (Vanity Fair series)
Carlo Pellegrini, 1839–1889, Italian
Oscar, Oscar Wilde (Vanity Fair series)