Francis Danby (1793‑1861)
The Deluge
Date exhibited 1840
MediumOil paint on canvas
Dimensionssupport: 2845 x 4521 mm frame: 3037 x 4740 x 110 mm
Acquisition Presented by the Friends of the Tate Gallery 1971
Not on display
Francis Danby, 'The Deluge, exhibited 1840
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Artwork details
Francis Danby,
'The Deluge', exhibited 1840
George Stubbs,
'Horse Attacked by a Lion', 1769
George Stubbs,
'Horse Frightened by a Lion', ?exhibited 1763
Leonora Carrington,
'Eluhim', 1960
Frederic George Stephens,
'Mother and Child', c.1854
Carel Weight,
'Allegro Strepitoso', 1932
George Stubbs,
'Horse Devoured by a Lion', ?exhibited 1763
William Bell Scott,
'The Eve of the Deluge', 1865
George Frederic Watts (assistants and),
'The Court of Death', c.1870-1902
William Hogarth (prints after),
'Four Prints of an Election, plate 2: Canvassing for Votes, engraved by Charles Grignion', 1757, published 1758
Joseph Beuys,
'Andy Warhol and Joseph Beuys', 1980
Sir Edwin Henry Landseer,
'Study of a Lion', c.1862
Conroy Maddox,
'Passage de l'Opéra', 1970-1
Ernest Procter,
'The Zodiac', 1925
John Frederick Lewis,
'Head of a Lion', 1824
E. Box,
'The Expulsion', 1951
Francesco Zuccarelli,
'A Landscape with the Story of Cadmus Killing the Dragon', exhibited 1765
Frederic, Lord Leighton,
'Samson and the Lions', published 1881
George Stubbs,
'A Horse Attacked by a Lion (A Lion Devouring a Horse)', published 1788
Graham Sutherland OM,
'3. The Lion', 1978-9