Artist
After Francis Barlow (?1626‑1704)
Title
[title not known]
Date date not known
MediumEngraving and etching on paper
Dimensionsimage: 124 x 187 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T11271
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Francis Barlow (after),
'[title not known]'date not known
British (?) School,
'An Ornament with Serpents'date not known
Eric Gill,
'Epiphany, Palm Sunday, and Adam & Eve'date not known
Albertus Seba,
'Two Snakes'date not known
Robert Smirke (attributed to),
'An Illustration: ?The Bastard'date not known
Thomas Stothard,
'Ornamental Scroll, Squirrels among the Foliage'date not known
Susanna Duncombe (née Susanna Highmore) (after),
'A Youth Asleep, Surrounded by Animals (Vol. II, Book III, Ode 4), engraved by A. Walker', c.1766
Sir Joshua Reynolds,
'A Nymph and Cupid: 'The Snake in the Grass'', exhibited 1784
Benjamin West,
'Sketch for 'St Paul Shaking off the Viper'', 1786
Thomas Rowlandson,
'Sir Joseph Banks about to Eat an Alligator ('The Fish Supper')', 1788
William Blake,
'Satan Exulting over Eve', c.1795
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Copy of Poussin's 'Landscape with a Man Killed by a Snake'', 1799-1800
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Apollo and Python', 1802-11
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Historical Study: ?For 'The Goddess of Discord Choosing the Apple of Contention in the Garden of the Hesperides' or 'Apollo and Python'', 1802-11
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Historical Study: For 'The Goddess of Discord Choosing the Apple of Contention in the Garden of the Hesperides' or 'Apollo and Python'', 1802-11
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Holy Family', exhibited 1803
William Blake,
'The Spiritual Form of Nelson Guiding Leviathan', c.1805-9
John Flaxman (after),
'The Valley', 1807
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'A Nude Woman Entwined with a Snake', c.1808-11
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'A Subject from the Runic Superstitions ...', exhibited 1808