Artist
British (?) School (dates not known)
Title
[title not known]
Date date not known
MediumLithograph on paper
Dimensionsimage: 51 x 72 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund 1996
Reference
T11308
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British (?) School, '[title not known], date not known
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British (?) School,
'[title not known]'date not known
Sir Edward Coley Burne-Jones, Bt,
'Dido (tracing of A01172)'date not known
Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland,
'[title not known]'date not known
Sir Nathaniel Dance-Holland,
'[title not known]'date not known
Joseph Highmore,
'Portrait of a Young Man, Possibly the Artist's Son'date not known
Prince Hoare,
'[title not known]'date not known
George Jones,
'[title not known]'date not known
George Jones,
'[title not known]'date not known
Lady Wharncliffe (née Lady Caroline Mary Elizabeth Creighton),
'[title not known]'date not known
British School 17th century,
'A Lady of the Horton Family', c.1655
William Hogarth,
'Benjamin Hoadly, Bishop of Winchester', 1741
Tilly Kettle,
'Mrs Yates as Mandane in 'The Orphan of China'', exhibited 1765
Johan Zoffany,
'Charles Macklin as Shylock', c.1768
Sir Joshua Reynolds (after),
'Doctor Johnson Arguing', c.1770
Sir Joshua Reynolds,
'Self-Portrait as a Deaf Man', c.1775
William Blake,
'The Good Farmer, Probably the Parable of the Wheat and the Tares. Verso: Rough Sketch of Two or Three Figures in a Landscape', c.1780-5
Thomas Stothard,
'A Group of Five Maidens', c.1790-5
William Hogarth (prints after),
'Dr Benjamin Hoadly, Bishop of Winchester, engraved by Thomas Cook', c.1800
Joseph Mallord William Turner,
'Cottage, Beggar and Hollyhocks', c.1801
William Blake,
'The Serpent Attacking Buoso Donati. Verso: A Man with a Transparent Hood (?) over his Head', 1824-7