Artist
John Hamilton Mortimer (1740‑1779)
Title
A Sea Monster with Fish
Date date not known
MediumGraphite and ink on paper
Dimensionssupport: 210 x 155 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T10131
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John Hamilton Mortimer, 'A Sea Monster with Fish, date not known
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John Hamilton Mortimer,
'A Sea Monster with Fish'date not known
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'An Ecorché Carrying a Shield'date not known
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'Banditti Going out in the Morning', 1773
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'Caricature Heads'date not known
John Hamilton Mortimer,
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John Hamilton Mortimer,
'George Thompson, his Wife and (?) his Sister-in-Law', c.1766-8
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'Head of a Man in a Cloth Headdress'date not known
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'I. The Hero Decides to Seek his Fortune', exhibited 1775
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'II. The Hero's Father Blesses his Departure', exhibited 1775
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'III. The Hero Rescues the Prisoners', exhibited 1775
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'IV. The Hero's Father Blesses his Marriage', exhibited 1775
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'Monstrous Male Figure, Caliban?', 1770s
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'Rocky Landscape with Banditti', c.1770-80
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John Hamilton Mortimer,
'Sir Arthegal, the Knight of Justice, with Talus, the Iron Man (from Spenser's 'Faerie Queene')', exhibited 1778
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'Skeletons and Ecorchés'date not known
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'Spectators in the Gallery'date not known
John Hamilton Mortimer,
'Study of a Classical Statue'date not known