Artist
British (?) School (dates not known)
Title
Tel fut l'ouvrage de la médisance et de la calomnie
Date date not known
MediumEngraving on paper
Dimensionsimage: 61 x 58 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T11331
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British (?) School, 'Tel fut l'ouvrage de la médisance et de la calomnie, date not known
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British (?) School,
'Tel fut l'ouvrage de la médisance et de la calomnie'date not known
British (?) School,
'[title not known]'date not known
Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland,
'[title not known]'date not known
Robert Pollard (attributed to),
'Death of Henry V'date not known
Henry Singleton (attributed to),
'The Poet'date not known
Thomas Stothard,
'A Deathbed Scene'date not known
George Housman Thomas,
'Three Drawings for Illustration.  i) A Cab for Two Men  ii) Dictating the Will  iii) Scene on a Ship'date not known
Richard Westall,
'g) A Woman Ministering to Another, Three Weeping Children. Young: Night Thoughts'date not known
Sir David Wilkie (after),
'Woman Seated by a Bed, with Other Figures'date not known
Sir David Wilkie (after),
'Woman Standing by a Deathbed'date not known
British School 17th century,
'The Cholmondeley Ladies', c.1600-10
David Des Granges,
'The Saltonstall Family', c.1636-7
Egbert Van Heemskerk III,
'The Doctor's Visit', c.1725
Joseph Highmore,
'VII: Pamela in the Bedroom with Mrs Jewkes and Mr B.', 1743-4
George Stubbs,
'Mother and Child', 1774
Benjamin West,
'The Golden Age', 1776
William Blake,
'Songs of Innocence and of Experience: Infant Sorrow', 1794, reprinted 1831 or later
William Blake,
''Songs of Innocence and of Experience': 'Infant Sorrow'', 1794, reprinted 1831 or later
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Nude Swiss Girl and a Companion on a Bed', 1802
John Flaxman (after),
'Penelope's Dream', 1805