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unknown artist John Locke
unknown artist
John Locke
unknown artist [Boxers:] "Spring" and "Langan" - a pair of Staffordshire pearlware rectangular plaques
unknown artist
[Boxers:] "Spring" and "Langan" - a pair of Staffordshire pearlware rectangular plaques
Staffordshire pottery A Pugilist: with a blue edged cream shirt and fawn breeches
Staffordshire pottery
A Pugilist: with a blue edged cream shirt and fawn breeches
Staffordshire pottery A Pugilist: in fawn shirt and canary breeches
Staffordshire pottery
A Pugilist: in fawn shirt and canary breeches
Staffordshire pottery Boxers: in pink and yellow breeches, respectively Staffordshire figure group
Staffordshire pottery
Boxers: in pink and yellow breeches, respectively Staffordshire figure group
Roger Fry La Ciotat
Roger Fry, 1866–1934, British
La Ciotat
Roger Fry Still Life
Roger Fry, 1866–1934, British
Still Life
Roger Fry Irises
Roger Fry, 1866–1934, British
Irises
Roger Fry Still Life (Michaelmas Daisies in a Pot Tankard)
Roger Fry, 1866–1934, British
Still Life (Michaelmas Daisies in a Pot Tankard)
Sir Frank William Brangwyn Assisi
Sir Frank William Brangwyn, 1867–1956, British
Assisi
Walter Richard Sickert Ponte della Guglie sul Cannaregio
Walter Richard Sickert, 1860–1942, British, born in Germany
Ponte della Guglie sul Cannaregio
Joseph Pennell The English War Series: W. 426. The Urns: Casting Big Shells
Joseph Pennell, 1860–1926, American
The English War Series: W. 426. The Urns: Casting Big Shells
Richard Houston The Honorable Mrs Barrington
Richard Houston, ca. 1721–1775, British
The Honorable Mrs Barrington
Richard Purcell Elizabeth, Countess of Berkeley
Richard Purcell, active 1746–1766, Irish
Elizabeth, Countess of Berkeley
Richard Tompson The Right Honorable Lady Bellasis
Richard Tompson, died 1693, British
The Right Honorable Lady Bellasis
John Raphael Smith Miss Berridge
John Raphael Smith, 1752–1812, British
Miss Berridge
John Simon The Right Honorable Countess of Bridgwater
John Simon, 1675–1755, French
The Right Honorable Countess of Bridgwater
James Watson Mrs Bull
James Watson, 1740–1790, British
Mrs Bull
James Watson Mrs Bull
James Watson, 1740–1790, British
Mrs Bull
Richard Houston Lady Mary Campbell
Richard Houston, ca. 1721–1775, British
Lady Mary Campbell
Isaac Beckett The Right Honorable Mary Feilding sole daughter and heir of Barnha Lord Viscount Cardingford
Isaac Beckett, 1652/3–1719, British
The Right Honorable Mary Feilding sole daughter and heir of Barnha Lord Viscount Cardingford
James McArdell Lady Helena Forman
James McArdell, ca. 1729–1765, Irish
Lady Helena Forman
James Watson Miss Fordyce
James Watson, 1740–1790, British
Miss Fordyce
John Smith Mr. Gibbons and Mrs. Gibbons
John Smith, 1652–1743, British
Mr. Gibbons and Mrs. Gibbons
James McArdell Lady Grammont
James McArdell, ca. 1729–1765, Irish
Lady Grammont
Richard Tompson Madame Graham
Richard Tompson, died 1693, British
Madame Graham
Richard Purcell Miss Greenway
Richard Purcell, active 1746–1766, Irish
Miss Greenway
Richard Purcell Lady George Lenox
Richard Purcell, active 1746–1766, Irish
Lady George Lenox
Valentine Green Mrs Lemaistre
Valentine Green, 1739–1813, British
Mrs Lemaistre
Richard Tompson Madame Jane Long
Richard Tompson, died 1693, British
Madame Jane Long
William Say Mrs. Litchfield
William Say, 1768–1834, British
Mrs. Litchfield
Thomas Barber Abbotsford, The Seat of Sir Walter Scott Bart; page - (Volume One)
Thomas Barber, ca. 1768–1843, British
Abbotsford, The Seat of Sir Walter Scott Bart; page - (Volume One)
T. Prattent Albion Mill Blackfriers Bridge; page 6 (Volume One)
T. Prattent, active 1751
Albion Mill Blackfriers Bridge; page 6 (Volume One)
unknown artist Vue de L'Arsenal rise du haut de la Riviere; page 10 (Volume One)
unknown artist
Vue de L'Arsenal rise du haut de la Riviere; page 10 (Volume One)
Henry Moses Arundel; page 12 (Volume One)
Henry Moses, ca. 1782–1870, British
Arundel; page 12 (Volume One)
B. Winkles Bank of Ireland, Dublin (South Portico); page 22 (Volume One)
B. Winkles, active 1835, British
Bank of Ireland, Dublin (South Portico); page 22 (Volume One)
unknown artist Barry's House; page 25 (Volume One)
unknown artist
Barry's House; page 25 (Volume One)
unknown artist A Cloyster, Formerly Part of the Monastry of St. Bartholomew the Great (from European Magazine); page 26 (Volume One)
unknown artist
A Cloyster, Formerly Part of the Monastry of St. Bartholomew the Great (from European Magazine); page 26 (Volume One)
unknown artist Beaumanor Old Hall; page 29 [page 30 blank] (Volume One)
unknown artist
Beaumanor Old Hall; page 29 [page 30 blank] (Volume One)
John Rogers Entrance to the Archiepiscopal Palace, at Bishopthorpe (published by I. T. Hinton); page 34 (Volume One)
John Rogers, 1808–ca.1888, British
Entrance to the Archiepiscopal Palace, at Bishopthorpe (published by I. T. Hinton); page 34 (Volume One)
unknown artist Biebrich; page 33 (Volume One)
unknown artist
Biebrich; page 33 (Volume One)
unknown artist Breaching Castle, Angus Shire; page 37 (Volume One)
unknown artist, ( Angus )
Breaching Castle, Angus Shire; page 37 (Volume One)
Matthew Urlwin Sears Boscobel House; page 35 (Volume One)
Matthew Urlwin Sears, active 1826–1859
Boscobel House; page 35 (Volume One)
Robert Scott Bonington House, the Seat of Lady Ross-Baillie; page 36 (Volume One)
Robert Scott, 1771–1841, British
Bonington House, the Seat of Lady Ross-Baillie; page 36 (Volume One)
Samuel Rawle The New Stables at Brighton, built for his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; page 39 (Volume One)
Samuel Rawle, 1771–1860, British
The New Stables at Brighton, built for his Royal Highness the Prince of Wales; page 39 (Volume One)
F. Mansell Brownholme Hall; page 41 (Volume One)
F. Mansell, 19th century
Brownholme Hall; page 41 (Volume One)
William Angus Broadlands in Hampshire, the Seat of Lord Palmerston (published by W. Angus), plate 1; page 42 (Volume One)
William Angus, 1752–1821, British
Broadlands in Hampshire, the Seat of Lord Palmerston (published by W. Angus), plate 1; page 42 (Volume One)
M. J. Starling North West View of Brenckburn Priory, Northunberland; page 44 (Volume One)
M. J. Starling, active 1830
North West View of Brenckburn Priory, Northunberland; page 44 (Volume One)
Edward Mitchell Brain Hermitage; page 38 (Volume One)
Edward Mitchell, active 1805–1816
Brain Hermitage; page 38 (Volume One)
unknown artist Burghley House from the Gardens; page 48 (Volume One)
unknown artist
Burghley House from the Gardens; page 48 (Volume One)
unknown artist Burn House; page 51 (Volume One)
unknown artist, ( Angus )
Burn House; page 51 (Volume One)
Pierre Charles Canot Burton Constable; page 53 (Volume One)
Pierre Charles Canot, ca. 1710–1777, French, active in Britain
Burton Constable; page 53 (Volume One)
unknown artist Lord Cathcart's House, Whitehall; page 58 (Volume One)
unknown artist
Lord Cathcart's House, Whitehall; page 58 (Volume One)
John J. Hinchliff Carstairs (Central View) Lanarkshire; page 57 (Volume One)
John J. Hinchliff, 1805–1875, British
Carstairs (Central View) Lanarkshire; page 57 (Volume One)
Matthew Urlwin Sears Newstead Abbey, the Family Seat of the Byrons [the same engraving appears in "The Tourist, aliterary and anti-slavery journal", London, October 29, 1832, page 53]; page 54 (Volume One)
Matthew Urlwin Sears, active 1826–1859
Newstead Abbey, the Family Seat of the Byrons [the same engraving appears in "The Tourist, aliterary and anti-slavery journal", London, October 29, 1832, page 53]; page 54 (Volume One)
S. C. Merzgot Chantilly; page 60 (Volume One)
S. C. Merzgot
Chantilly; page 60 (Volume One)
Matthew Urlwin Sears Chancer's Inn, Canterbury; page 61 (Volume One)
Matthew Urlwin Sears, active 1826–1859
Chancer's Inn, Canterbury; page 61 (Volume One)
unknown artist Chirk Castle, Denbighshire; page 67 (Volume One)
unknown artist
Chirk Castle, Denbighshire; page 67 (Volume One)
Peter Mazell Rows in Bridge Street, Chester; page 64 (Volume One)
Peter Mazell, active 1761–1797, Irish
Rows in Bridge Street, Chester; page 64 (Volume One)
Joseph C. Bentley Chip Chase Castle, Northumberland; page 66 (Volume One)
Joseph C. Bentley, 1809–1851, British
Chip Chase Castle, Northumberland; page 66 (Volume One)
Henry S. Storer Residence of the late Mrs. Clive, Twickenham; page 69 (Volume One)
Henry S. Storer, 1795–1837, British
Residence of the late Mrs. Clive, Twickenham; page 69 (Volume One)
unknown artist A View of ye Inside of ye Kitchen of Christ Church College, Oxon formerly Cardinal College; [not numbered] (Volume One)
unknown artist
A View of ye Inside of ye Kitchen of Christ Church College, Oxon formerly Cardinal College; [not numbered] (Volume One)
John Greig View in the Quadrangle Cowdray House (for the Excursions through Essex); page 74 (Volume One)
John Greig, active 1800–1853, British
View in the Quadrangle Cowdray House (for the Excursions through Essex); page 74 (Volume One)
C. J. Williams Copenhagen House; page 73 (Volume One)
C. J. Williams
Copenhagen House; page 73 (Volume One)
J. Steed Conservatory at Weisbaden; [not numbered] (Volume One)
J. Steed, active 1830–1832
Conservatory at Weisbaden; [not numbered] (Volume One)
S. Lacey Craigstone, Aberdeenshire; page 77 (Volume One)
S. Lacey, active 1830s
Craigstone, Aberdeenshire; page 77 (Volume One)
unknown artist Vault under the North-Wing in the Hall of Crosby Place; page 81 (Volume One)
unknown artist
Vault under the North-Wing in the Hall of Crosby Place; page 81 (Volume One)
Samuel Rawle Cullands Grove Southgate, The Seat of William Curtis, Esquire; page 83 (Volume One)
Samuel Rawle, 1771–1860, British
Cullands Grove Southgate, The Seat of William Curtis, Esquire; page 83 (Volume One)
unknown artist Dalkeith Palace, Midlothian; page 86 (Volume One)
unknown artist
Dalkeith Palace, Midlothian; page 86 (Volume One)
S. Lacey The Palace of the Bishop of Durham, at Bishop Auckland; page 96 (Volume One)
S. Lacey, active 1830s
The Palace of the Bishop of Durham, at Bishop Auckland; page 96 (Volume One)
unknown artist The Statue of Erasmus; page 107 (Volume One)
unknown artist
The Statue of Erasmus; page 107 (Volume One)
William Deeble Castle Fraser, Aberdeenshire; page 4 (Volume Two)
William Deeble, active 1814–1849, British
Castle Fraser, Aberdeenshire; page 4 (Volume Two)
Henry S. Storer Garricks House, Hampton (Volume Two)
Henry S. Storer, 1795–1837, British
Garricks House, Hampton (Volume Two)
J. Henshall Furnivals Inn, Holborn; page 5 (Volume Two)
J. Henshall
Furnivals Inn, Holborn; page 5 (Volume Two)
Elizabeth Byrne The Foundling Hospital for the Beauties of England and Wales; page 3 (Volume Two)
Elizabeth Byrne, active 1812–1850, British
The Foundling Hospital for the Beauties of England and Wales; page 3 (Volume Two)
unknown artist Gibbon, in his garden as Lausanne from The Mirror, Volume XVI T, Number 454, Saturday, October 9, 1830 (front page with text verso and next sheet); page 7 & 8 (Volume Two)
unknown artist, ( J. Dodd )
Gibbon, in his garden as Lausanne from The Mirror, Volume XVI T, Number 454, Saturday, October 9, 1830 (front page with text verso and next sheet); page 7 & 8 (Volume Two)
unknown artist Guildhall (Volume Two)
unknown artist
Guildhall (Volume Two)
unknown artist Hale Hall, Lancashire; page 20 (Volume Two)
unknown artist, ( L. Aspland )
Hale Hall, Lancashire; page 20 (Volume Two)
Benjamin Holl Mr. G. V. Brooke as Othello and James Bennett as Iago - 'Othello,' Act III, Scene III
Benjamin Holl, 1808–1884, British
Mr. G. V. Brooke as Othello and James Bennett as Iago - 'Othello,' Act III, Scene III
Gustav Kuhn "Sommernachtstraum": Theatre-figuren
Gustav Kuhn, 1872–ca. 1928
"Sommernachtstraum": Theatre-figuren
Pierre Maleuvre Baptiste Cadet, role D'Argante - "Les Fouberies de Scapin", Act II, Scene I
Pierre Maleuvre, 1740–1803
Baptiste Cadet, role D'Argante - "Les Fouberies de Scapin", Act II, Scene I
Henry Martens Theatre Royal Italian, Salon, dans l'Opera "Othello" par Mr. Ferri
Print made by Henry Martens, 1828–1854
Theatre Royal Italian, Salon, dans l'Opera "Othello" par Mr. Ferri
Thomas A. Woolnoth Mr. C. Kemble as Faulconbridge
Thomas A. Woolnoth, 1785–1857, British
Mr. C. Kemble as Faulconbridge
unknown artist The Play Scene, "Hamlet", Act III, Scene II
unknown artist
The Play Scene, "Hamlet", Act III, Scene II
Charles Mottram Oberon and Titania - "Midsummer Night's Dream", Act II, Scene III
Charles Mottram, 1807–1876, British
Oberon and Titania - "Midsummer Night's Dream", Act II, Scene III
Caroline Watson The Infant Shakespeare
Caroline Watson, 1760–1814, British
The Infant Shakespeare
Charles Rolls The Play Scene - "Hamlet", Act III, Scene II
Charles Rolls, 1800–active 1830, British
The Play Scene - "Hamlet", Act III, Scene II
Charles Normand Shakspeare nursed by Tragedy and Comedy
Charles Normand, 1765–1840, French
Shakspeare nursed by Tragedy and Comedy
Thomas Barker Subjects copied from Barker's Rustic Figures
Thomas Barker, 1769–1847, British
Subjects copied from Barker's Rustic Figures
Thomas Barker Subjects copied from Barker's Rustic Figures
Thomas Barker, 1769–1847, British
Subjects copied from Barker's Rustic Figures
unknown artist French Fire-Side
unknown artist
French Fire-Side
E. J. Pigal Phoo! Angalis! Pah! Pish!
E. J. Pigal, 1798–1872, French
Phoo! Angalis! Pah! Pish!
Ethelbert White Sawing Logs
Ethelbert White, 1891–1972, British
Sawing Logs
Ethelbert White Farmer Milking
Ethelbert White, 1891–1972, British
Farmer Milking
Sydney Lee The Village Street
Sydney Lee, 1866–1949, British
The Village Street
Charles Spooner Miss Nelly O'Brien
Charles Spooner, c.1720–1767, Irish
Miss Nelly O'Brien
Gervase Spencer Gervase Spencer
Gervase Spencer, ca. 1715–1763, British
Gervase Spencer
Gervase Spencer Gervase Spencer
Gervase Spencer, ca. 1715–1763, British
Gervase Spencer
Gervase Spencer Gervase Spencer
Gervase Spencer, ca. 1715–1763, British
Gervase Spencer
William Nutter Desdemona and Othello
Print made by William Nutter, 1754–1802, British
Desdemona and Othello