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Title
Sunday Walk, Caricature
Date date not known
MediumGraphite and watercolour on paper
Dimensionssupport: 147 x 102 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T10105
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British School 18th century, 'Sunday Walk, Caricature, date not known
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British School 18th century,
'Sunday Walk, Caricature'date not known
British (?) School,
'[title not known] Verso: Landscape with Villa and Trees'date not known
Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland,
'Bond Street'date not known
Susanna Duncombe (née Susanna Highmore),
'A View of Beachborough Hill, with Figures in the Foreground'date not known
Susanna Duncombe (née Susanna Highmore),
'Coastal Landscape with Gothick Buildings and Promenades'date not known
Balthazar Nebot,
'Covent Garden Market', 1737
Susanna Duncombe (née Susanna Highmore),
'View of a Mount and a Ruin with Promenaders', c.1765
John Inigo Richards,
'A Church', 1784
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
Thomas Girtin,
'A Cypress in the Garden of the Franciscans at Salerno', c.1795-7
John Hoppner,
'Miss Harriet Cholmondeley', exhibited 1804
William Daniell,
'Near Regents Square, Brighton', null
William Daniell,
'Ovington near Brighton', null
Joseph Mallord William Turner (after),
'Plymouth Dock', 1816
Joseph Mallord William Turner (after),
'Plymouth Dock', 1816
Joseph Mallord William Turner (after),
'Plymouth Dock', 1816
Joseph Mallord William Turner (after),
'Plymouth Dock seen from Mount Edgecomb, Devonshire', 1816
Joseph Mallord William Turner (after),
'Plymouth Dock, Seen from Mount Edgecombe, Devonshire, engraved by W.B. Cooke', published 1816
Thomas Gainsborough (after),
'[title not known]', 1819
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Richmond Hill', c.1820-5
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'A Group of Figures, Perhaps at Brighton', c.1826-30