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John Neagle "-the Stag repells each bold assault."
John Neagle, 1796–1865, American
"-the Stag repells each bold assault."
August 1, 1796
William Blake "A Select Collection of English Songs," London, 1783
William Blake, 1757–1827, British
"A Select Collection of English Songs," London, 1783
1783
Pierre Charles Canot "A View of Charles Town the Capital of South Carolina in North America," from Scenographia Americana
Pierre Charles Canot, ca. 1710–1777, French, active in Britain
"A View of Charles Town the Capital of South Carolina in North America," from Scenographia Americana
1758-1760
Georg Goldberg "Antony and Cleopatra," Act III, Scene XI
Georg Goldberg, 1830–1894, German
"Antony and Cleopatra," Act III, Scene XI
undated
George Stubbs "Anvil"
George Stubbs, 1724–1806, British
"Anvil"
1794
unknown artist "Bubbles"
unknown artist, ( J. Hodson )
"Bubbles"
1897
John Cooke Bourne "Building Retaining Wall and Church near Park Street, Camden Town, Sept. 17, 1836"
John Cooke Bourne, 1814–1896, British
"Building Retaining Wall and Church near Park Street, Camden Town, Sept. 17, 1836"
1838
John Cooke Bourne "Building the Stationary Engine House, Camden Town, April 26th 1837"
John Cooke Bourne, 1814–1896, British
"Building the Stationary Engine House, Camden Town, April 26th 1837"
1839
George Cruikshank "Captain Kelly conveys a slight remonstance"
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
"Captain Kelly conveys a slight remonstance"
undated
unknown artist "Cherry Ripe"
unknown artist, ( J. Hodson )
"Cherry Ripe"
1897
John Doyle ('H.B.') "Concert Monstre" of "Musical Congress" Extraordinary!
Print made by John Doyle ('H.B.'), 1797–1868, Irish
"Concert Monstre" of "Musical Congress" Extraordinary!
1849
William Blake "Edward Young's 'The Complaint and The Consolation' or 'Night Thoughts'" London, by William Blake and Edward Young
William Blake, 1757–1827, British
"Edward Young's 'The Complaint and The Consolation' or 'Night Thoughts'" London, by William Blake and Edward Young
William Heath "Fashion and Folly": set of 23 on 12 leaves, with front printed wrapper
William Heath, 1795–1840, British
"Fashion and Folly": set of 23 on 12 leaves, with front printed wrapper
John Hoyland "Fly Away"
Print made by John Hoyland, 1934–2011, British
"Fly Away"
1981
William Blake "For Children. The Gates of Paradise", London, by William Blake
William Blake, 1757–1827, British
"For Children. The Gates of Paradise", London, by William Blake
1793
Sir Howard Hodgkin "For John Constable"
Sir Howard Hodgkin, 1932–2017, British
"For John Constable"
1976
James R. Mackrell "Ghuznee", Winner of The Oaks - 1841 / with Characteristic Portraits of Mr. John Scott & Mr. William Scott
James R. Mackrell, c.1815–1846
"Ghuznee", Winner of The Oaks - 1841 / with Characteristic Portraits of Mr. John Scott & Mr. William Scott
1841
Donald Wilkinson "Grasmere" from Gray's Journal
Print made by Donald Wilkinson, born 1937, British
"Grasmere" from Gray's Journal
1982
unknown artist "Heads and Tails" or "A Brisk Gale in St. Paul's Churchyard"
unknown artist, eighteenth century
"Heads and Tails" or "A Brisk Gale in St. Paul's Churchyard"
1785
James Heath "Here, I and sorrows sit; here is my throne, bid kings come and bow to it"
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
"Here, I and sorrows sit; here is my throne, bid kings come and bow to it"
1802
James Heath "Hubert, let me not be bound!"
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
"Hubert, let me not be bound!"
1802
William Heath "Illustrations to Heraldry": set of six with title-page and printed wrapper
William Heath, 1795–1840, British
"Illustrations to Heraldry": set of six with title-page and printed wrapper
Eleanor Erlund Hudson "In the Wings". Dancer & Dressers
Eleanor Erlund Hudson, 1912–2011, British
"In the Wings". Dancer & Dressers
Francis Legat "King Lear", Act V, Scene III
Francis Legat, 1755–1809, British
"King Lear", Act V, Scene III
1792
Gustav Kuhn "Macbeth": Theatre-Figuren
Gustav Kuhn, 1872–ca. 1928
"Macbeth": Theatre-Figuren
Sir Max Beerbohm "Magnetic, has the power to infect almost everyone with the delight that he takes in himself," George Bernard Shaw
Sir Max Beerbohm, 1872–1956, British
"Magnetic, has the power to infect almost everyone with the delight that he takes in himself," George Bernard Shaw
1905
William Woollett "Maid of the Mill"
William Woollett, 1735–1785, British
"Maid of the Mill"
ca. 1765
James Heath "Mark your divorce young sir, whom son I dare not call"
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
"Mark your divorce young sir, whom son I dare not call"
1804
George Cruikshank "May I be Cursed," muttered Jack Sheppard, "if ever I try to be honest again!"
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
"May I be Cursed," muttered Jack Sheppard, "if ever I try to be honest again!"
1839
Garnet Terry "Mr. John Farley" Cook at the London Tavern
Garnet Terry, active 1780–1796
"Mr. John Farley" Cook at the London Tavern
undated
James R. G. Exley "No Bird can with the well-bred cock compare..."
James R. G. Exley, 1878–1967
"No Bird can with the well-bred cock compare..."
1924
George Hunt "Nonpareil" / The Property of Mr. John Dixon of Knightsbridge / This Wonderful Creature, Performed the unprecedented Match, of Trotting 100 Miles in harness on Sunbury Common, on Wednesday the 27th April, 1836. ...
George Hunt, active 1820–1840, British
"Nonpareil" / The Property of Mr. John Dixon of Knightsbridge / This Wonderful Creature, Performed the unprecedented Match, of Trotting 100 Miles in harness on Sunbury Common, on Wednesday the 27th April, 1836. ..
1836
John Raphael Smith "Painting"
John Raphael Smith, 1752–1812, British
"Painting"
1783
John Hamilton Mortimer "Richard II", Act III, Scene II
John Hamilton Mortimer, 1740–1779, British
"Richard II", Act III, Scene II
1775
unknown artist "Romeo And Juliet", Act I, Scene V
unknown artist
"Romeo And Juliet", Act I, Scene V
unknown artist "Shoeing the Bay Mare"
unknown artist, ( J. Hodson )
"Shoeing the Bay Mare"
1899
Peter Blake "Side Show" Portfolio
Peter Blake, born 1932, British
"Side Show" Portfolio
between 1974 and 1978
Gustav Kuhn "Sommernachtstraum": Theatre-figuren
Gustav Kuhn, 1872–ca. 1928
"Sommernachtstraum": Theatre-figuren
Benjamin Smith "Tempest", Act I, Scene I
Benjamin Smith, 1775–1833, British
"Tempest", Act I, Scene I
1797
George Cruikshank "That aint him!"
Print made by George Cruikshank, 1792–1878, British
"That aint him!"
undated
Bradford Rudge "The Bedford Times" / This print of the Bedford Times Coach, is respectfully dedicated / by permission, to William Henry Whitbread Esq're. / by his most obedient & obliged Servant / J. Matthew Crispin
Bradford Rudge, 1805–1885
"The Bedford Times" / This print of the Bedford Times Coach, is respectfully dedicated / by permission, to William Henry Whitbread Esq're. / by his most obedient & obliged Servant / J. Matthew Crispin
undated
William Blake "The Book of Thel William Blake Original Wrappers 1789"
William Blake, 1757–1827, British
"The Book of Thel William Blake Original Wrappers 1789"
James Gillray "The Feast of Reason & the Flow of the Soul," - I.E. - The Wits of the Age, Setting the Table in a - Roar.
James Gillray, 1757–1815, British
"The Feast of Reason & the Flow of the Soul," - I.E. - The Wits of the Age, Setting the Table in a - Roar
1797
Henry Heath "The Impudent Challenge" / The following Anecdote was told with great glee by his late Majesty William IV, at a Dinner given by George IV, at the Cottage, Windsor Park...
Henry Heath, active 1824–1835, British
"The Impudent Challenge" / The following Anecdote was told with great glee by his late Majesty William IV, at a Dinner given by George IV, at the Cottage, Windsor Park..
undated
Robert Dodd "The Indian Emperor" or "The Conquest of Mexico"
Robert Dodd, 1748–1816, British
"The Indian Emperor" or "The Conquest of Mexico"
1792
Thomas Bewick "The Mute Swan" or "Tame Swan"
Print made by Thomas Bewick, 1753–1828, British
"The Mute Swan" or "Tame Swan"
undated
unknown artist "The Prince Albert in a Dangerous Position" / "Advance and Rescue Drifting"
unknown artist, nineteenth century (Lossing-Barritt)
"The Prince Albert in a Dangerous Position" / "Advance and Rescue Drifting"
undated
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward "The Queen's Memorial". Thomas Brock 21 September 1905 (with biography). Vanity Fair.
Leslie Matthew 'Spy' Ward, 1851–1922, British
"The Queen's Memorial". Thomas Brock 21 September 1905 (with biography). Vanity Fair
1905
James Heath "Then go, bid the huntsmen wake them with their horns"
James Heath, 1757–1834, British
"Then go, bid the huntsmen wake them with their horns"
1802
William Blake "There is No Natural Religion", London, by William Blake
William Blake, 1757–1827, British
"There is No Natural Religion", London, by William Blake