Robert Smirke (1752‑1845)
[title not known]
Date published 1818
MediumOil paint on wood
Dimensionssupport: 241 x 203 mm
Acquisition Presented by Capt. Thomas Lambert and Mrs Lambert 1867
Not on display
Robert Smirke, '[title not known], published 1818
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Robert Smirke,
'[title not known]', published 1818
Robert Mapplethorpe,
'Francesca Thyssen', 1981
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'Petworth House:Figures in the White Library, possibly Lord Egremont', 1827
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'A Copy of Van Dyck's Portrait of Lucy Percy, Countess of Carlisle', 1827
John Singleton Copley,
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Sir Joshua Reynolds,
'The Banished Lord', engraved 1777
Sir Thomas Lawrence,
'The Countess of Darnley', c.1825-30
George Jones,
'Godiva Preparing to Ride through Coventry', exhibited 1833
Charles Robert Leslie,
'Sancho Panza in the Apartment of the Duchess', 1843-4, exhibited 1844
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'A Dialogue at Waterloo', exhibited 1850
Daniel Maclise,
'Scene from 'Twelfth Night' ('Malvolio and the Countess')', exhibited 1840
Edward Matthew Ward,
'Doctor Johnson in the Ante-Room of the Lord Chesterfield Waiting for an Audience, 1748', 1845, exhibited 1848
Edward Matthew Ward,
'The Disgrace of Lord Clarendon, after his Last Interview with the King - Scene at Whitehall Palace, in 1667 (replica)', 1846
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Lucy, Countess of Carlisle, and Dorothy Percy's Visit to their Father Lord Percy, when under Attainder ...', exhibited 1831
Sir David Wilkie,
'The Preaching of Knox before the Lords of the Congregation, 10th June 1559', 1832
John Hoppner,
'Jane Elizabeth, Countess of Oxford', 1797
Thomas Gainsborough,
'The Rev. Sir Henry Bate-Dudley, Bart', c.1780
John Singleton Copley,
'Study for 'The Collapse of the Earl of Chatham'', c.1779
John Singleton Copley,
'Study for 'The Collapse of the Earl of Chatham'', c.1779
William Hogarth,
'Lavinia Fenton, Duchess of Bolton', c.1740-50