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DESCRIPTIVE AND HISTORICAL

CATALOGUE






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PICTURES

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SEVENTr-SIXTH EDITION.

LONDON:

PRINTED FOR HIS MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE

AND SOLD AT THE GALLERY.

1906.

Price Sixpence,



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THE
WIU-IAM HAYES FOGG

ART MUSEUM OF
rtARVAHD UNIVERSITY.



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NOBTH VBSTIBULK— JBarltf Italian Schools.
J.— Tuscan School 05th & IQth centuries),
IL—8ienese School, &c
TSL— Tuscan School,
IV,— Early Flemish School.
Y,—Ferrarese & Bolognese Schooli,
YL—Umbrian School, &c,
TO.— Venetian & Brescian Schools.
Yni,—Paduan & Early Venetian Schools,
TSL— Schools ofLombardy <fc Parma,
X.— Dutch & Flemish Schools.
Xl.— Dutch & Flemish Schools.
XIL— Do, Do, iineluding

the Peel Collection),
"XUL—Late Italian Schools,
XLY.— Spanish School
'X.Y,—Oerman Schools,
XYL— French School.
XYIL— French School.
XVnL— OW British School,
XIX.— Old British School,
XX.— British School.
XXL—Modemeritish School,
XXJL—Thnrner Collection.
OOTAGONAL "Eall— Italian Schools.
BAST VBSTIBULB— OW British School,
Wbot YVSTlBULBr-Old British School,

PLAN OF THE NATIONAL GALLERY

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NOTICE.



In nsing this Gatalogae in the Gallery, reference Bhould be diade
from the painter's name on the frame of the picture to the corre-
spondiag name at the head of the page in the catalogue, where
the order is alphabetical. Should ^e name of the master on the
picture tt&me from any cause not be easily legible, it may be
found by referring to the number in-the Index list) page 11, corre-
sponding with the number of the picture* I

The National Gallery is open to ikiB public /ree on Hcmdays,
ToeedajTs, Wednesdays, and Saturdays throughout the year during
the following hours : —

January From 10 a.m. until 4 p.m.

February ■ i

Mai^
^ April

Biay

June

July

August

September.

October ^

November V From 10 a.m. until dusk.

December J

The Gallery is open to Students on Thursdays and Fridays
during the above-mentioned months from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in
summer, and 4 p.m. in winter, and to the Public on the same
days after 11 o'clock a.m., and up to the same hours, by payment
ofsiocpemce.

The G^ery is also open to the Public free of charge on Sundays

from 2 p.m. to 5 or 6 p.m. (according to the season) from April to

October inclusive. »

The Gkdlery is closed on Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and
Good Friday.



- From 10 a.m. until dusk.



FromlO a.m. until 6 p.m.



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THE
NATIONAL GALLERY.



The Britiah National Gkdkiry of Pictuies was founded in 1824|
diu^ing the administration of tiie £arl of I^Terpool, by the pur-
chase of the oollection of the late John Julians Angpistein, Kiq^
which thus formed the naoleug.Qf the present national cdleotion.

The establishment of a National Gktllery had long been desired,
and his Majesty Gborge lY. is said to have been the first* to
suggest the propriety of purchasing the Angerstein collection.
Bir George Beaumont, also, and the late Lord Dover, then the
Hon. George Agar ElHs, took an active part towards the accom-
plishment of this object. Lord Dover first brought the subject
before Parliament in 1823 rf and 8ir George Beaumont was so
desirous to see a National Gallery established, that he offered to
give his own pictures to the nation as soon as the Government
should allot a proper place for their reception.

The Angerstein collection, consisting of thirty-eight pictures, J
was accordingly secured to the nation, and a grant of Parliament
of 60,000Z., proposed by Government, was voted April 2, 1824,
to defray the charge of purchase and the expense incidental to
the preservation and public exhibition of the collection for that
year — 57,0Q0i. for the pictures, and SflOOL for the incidental
expenses. §

• Hansard, Parliamentary Debates, speech of Sir C. Long, April 2, 1824.

t Hansard, JParliamentary DOMtes, July 1, 1823 ; CunDingham, Livet cf the most
Eminent Britvth Painters, &c. ; Sir George Beamnont, vol. vi.

X The entire collection was not included m the Government purchase ; a few
pictures were excepted. See the Catalogue of the Pictures of J. J. Angerstein,
JSsq^ with Bistorical and Biographical Notices, by John Young, fol. 1823, which
contains etclungs of all the pictures.

§ Hansard, FarUamentary Debates, April 2, 1824 ; and the Report from (Ac
Select Committee on National MonutnejUs and Works of Art, with the Minutes^gf
Evidence and Appendix,lM. Appendix.



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6 THE NATIONAL GALLERY,

A National Gallery was thus established. It was opened to the
public, in the house of Mr. Angerstein, in Pall Mall, May 10,
1824.

In 1826, pending the erection of a suitable building. Sir George
Beauroont, following out his promise, made over to the Trustees
of the British Museum in trust for the National Gallery, sixteen
valuable works by old masters ; and in 1831 the Bev. William
HolweU-Carr bequeathed thirty-five pictures by a similar arrange-
ment. The last extensive bequest in the department of the
" Foreign Schools " was that of Mr. Wynn Ellis, in 1876, com-
prising ninety-four pictures. Other donations and bequests of
great value, though numerically less important than those above
noted, have from time to time augmented the treasures of the
collection. In the Department of the "British and Modem
Schools " the largest additions as yet made to the Gallery by
private munificence are the gift of Mr. Bobert Yernon in 1847,
consisting of one hundred and fifty-seven pictures, and the bequest
of Joseph Mallord William Turner, B.A., in 1856, embracing a
hundred and five works in oil and an immense number in water
colours and pencil by his own hand. Special mention may also
be made of those works by John Constable, B.A., which have been
presented, or bequeathed, by the family of the painter ; as
well as one splendid example presented by Mr. Henry Yaughan,
who also in 1900 bequeathed a large collection of pictures and
sketches.^

The resources of the Gallery have been increased by the
following pecuniary bequests for the purchase of pictures : —

£

In 1864 from Mr. Thomas Denison Lewis - 10,000t

„ 1878 „ Mr. Bichard Charles Wheeler - 2,612

„ 1881 „ Mr. Francis Clarke - - - 23,104

„ 1886 „ Mr. John Lucas Walker - - 10,000

In 1890, Messrs. N. M. Bothschild and Sons, Sir Edward

Guinness, Bart, (now Lord Iveagh), and Mr. Charles Cotes,

* See the tabular list of donations and bequests appended to this oatalo^e.
t By the conditions of the Lewis and the Olarkp bequests the interept only gf
the invested capital oan be used.



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THE NATIONAL GALLERY, 7

each oontribated 10,000^ towards the purchase of three i^etiire«
from the Lcmgf ord Oastle oollection.

In 1899 Mr. Alfred G. de Rothschild and Mr. J. P. HeaeltuM
each contributed 5002. towards the purchase of the two Rem-
brandts from Lord de Saumarez's Collection.

In 1904, Mr. W. Waldorf Astor, Mr. Alfred Beit, Lord Barton,
Lord lyeagh, Mr. Pierpont Morgan, and Lady Wantage contributed
the total sum of 21,0002. towards the cost of the ''Damley"
Titian (No. 1944 in the National Gallery), purchased from Sir
George Donaldson.

In 1906 the National Art-OoUections Fund added to the repre-
sentation of the Spanish School by presenting to the NatioiUtl
Gallery the important picture ** Yenus and Cupid," by Yelasques.

Without a continuance of State support, however, the National
Gallery would have remained deficient as a representative col-
lection, and wanting in some of its most important contents.
Between 1825, after the purchase of the Angerstein pictures, and
1855, a series of chosen works were added to the Gallery by means
of special grants from the Government. In the latter year the
establishment was reconstituted by a Treasury Minute, and a
Board of Management was appointed consisting of a limited
number of Trustees and a responsible Director. To this Board
was entrusted the control of a subsidy to be annually voted by
Parliament for the purchase of pictures. Under this system, and
with such means at hand, the National Gallery has gradually
taken its place abreast of the great continental institutions of its
class. In more than one instance, however, where the .regular
annual grant would not have sufficed for the purchase en bloe of
some important collection, or of some picture of especial value,
the Government has stepped in, and recommended to Parliament
an advance in aid. Such happened in the case of the Peel Col-
lection, in 1871, and in 1885, when the "Ansidei Raphael*'
as well as the equestrian portrait of Charles I. by Van Dyck were
acquired for the Gallery, and in 1890, when the Longford Castle
pictures were purchased, and again in 1899, when the two Rem-
brandts from Lord de Saumarez's Collection were purchased.^

* Tabular lists of all purchases made for the collection whether io the
department of the foreign or in that of the British Schools, will be foxmd
appended to the respective oatalogaes of those achoobf.



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8 : THE MARION AL QALLEBY.

Nation his collection of modem ^British i^ttseay gQHer^iialy-
offere^ td ei^ct ^T hi& o^m cost a public Q^iUery fov ih«^
ree^riibn^ oti coadltion ^^i- H.M. Gh^T^nunemt would' p»mde a
suitable site for the building; This oSbv was gratefully aoeeptedr
Th0 sil^ selected was in G^rosvenor Road, Millbank. Designs for
^4'BtvnetuFe were prepared by Mr. Tate's architect, Mr. Sidney B.
J.'Snatb, and in July 1897, the institution was foribally opened by
HM^ Majesty, King Bdwaid YU^ when i^ilice of Wales
under the title of the "National Ghdlery of British Art/' in
NovMiber, 1899, the Buil^^ was enlarged by tbe addition ol
^^ht PidCurB Galleries and a large Sculpture Hall, at the cost
of Ai& mnnifiecint Donor of the G^kry. In addition to SIv
Hte^i Tiite's private collection, it now contains the pictures
and scniptuDe purchased und^ Sir Franok Chantrey's Beqtuest,
bciidesf twenty-three pictures piiinted and presented by Mr. G. F;
W^tSy. i(A>» luid nearly 170 exi^mples <^ the noodei^ Ifoitish
and Foireig^ Schools t^nsf erred from the National Ghdlery i&
T]»f algar Square.

ijrhe CoUection at Traf a^ar Square now consists of BOinre than
1,400 piotures, of which about 180 are on loaa to other Depart-
meQ|# and to provincial institutions.

The original portion of the present building was erected at the
nalioDal expense, after a flesign by Williua WiUdns, B.A.,
an^tect^and was originally intended to acebmmodate both the
National Gallery and the Boyal Academy. It waa begun in
18^, as^ the ew^ wing dedicated to t^e former institution
wi^^.o^ned to^ the public April 9, 1838. In 1869, on the removal
of j^e Boyal Academy to Burlington House, the entire building^
as^ipt then, stood) was given up to the National Gallery, but wa^
already in^iufficient for the lodgment of the increased Collection.
In<the year 187^ the new wing, erected, frcmi a design by the late
Mr^E. M^ Barry, Bi A, was added, and the Yernon Collection,
which had been temporarily exhibited at the South KensingtoA
Museum, was removed to this GaUery. .

In l€i8^87 the QaUery was stiU further enlarged by the addi-
ti^ of ift new stakcase directly accessible fr<Hn the grand portico
ai^' tSi^u^atiog in three vestibules, of which the central one •



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THE NATIONAL GALLERY. 9

opens into the first of two large and three smaller new rooms
oommnnicating with those of Mr. Barry's wing. In the snb-
structnre, on the groondfloor level, were provided two large
studios or repairing rooms, and several smaller apartments
together with store rooms and other offices.

These last alterations were executed hy Her Majesty's Office
of Works, under the superintendence of Mr. (now Sir John)
J. Taylor, of that Department.



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INDEX 4

TO TBM

NAMBS OF THE MASTERS OF THE PICTURES IN THE
NATIONAL GALLERY, TRAFALGAR SQUARE-
BRITISH SCHOOL,
▲SBANQBD AOOOBOIKa TO THE NVMBBB8 OV THB PIOTU&K.



No,

tj2 I Bejrnolds, sir Joshua

80 Oainsboroagli, Thomas

99 WiUde, Sir David

100 Copley, ^oA»i A

106 Beaamont, Svr George

107 } ^y^O^dS, Sir Joshua

108 Yfilwm^ Richard
Oainsborougll, Thomas
Wilson, Richard
Reynolds, Sir Joshua



109

110

111

112-

113

114

116

116

117

118^

119 BeaiUnont, Sir George

120 Beeohey, Sh wuuam

121 Wast, -B^vVMfiiw



Hogarth, WUliam



No.

122 YfiYki%, Sir David

128 Williams, ^satoorrf

124 Jackson, •^^'^

126 If %%% Benjamin

128 Reynolds, -Si*- -^wAik*

129 Lawrence, ^Sfir i%<w»kM

130 Constable, •/<>A'»

131 )

132 ) ^®''*> Benjamin

138 Hoppner, J^ohn

136 iMTneno^^ Sir Thomas

189 Eaafimann, Angelica

142 lAWtenJQQy Sir Thomas

148 Reynolds, 'Sir JmAim

144 Lawrence, Sir Thomas

162 Reynolds, Sir Joshua

171 Jackson, John

178 Hilton, wuiiam

182 BaiuoI^B^ Sir Joshua

183 Phillips, ^%<wfuw

185 '&Bjno\^%y Sir Joshua

138 Lawrence, Sir Thonuu



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INDEX TO NAMES OF MASTERS.



No.

217 )

220 > Stuart, &ai>eH

229)

283 Hoppner, •^oA"

267^

301

302 y Wilson, Riehard

303

304J

306 )

306 }■ Reynolds, Sir JcthMo

307)

308)

811 )

812 Bomney, Oeorge

|}J[ Scott, ^'^t^^

815 West, Benjamin

816 LoutherbtMirg^ Phmvp J.
817
818
819
820
321
822
823 Bird,^«H»r4

ggg I Lawrence, 8w Thomas

826 Jackson. John^

827 Gonatabie, •/^^'»

1^ Willie, Sir David



>'St0thard, Thomas



834/
^>jmXonyWmiam

887

338/

839 . Phillips, 7A<»>»w



No.

340
841
842
848
844
345
846
847
848
349

360

^1
355

357~t

858

860

361

362



364
365
866
867



CallCOtt, Sir Augtutut W.



Howard, Bmrf

Thomson, Bewry
Collins, William
Geddes, Andrew



Btty, WUlUm



}Shee,



Sir Martin A,



3701






Tamer, Jo»ep\ M, w.



8711
872 '

373 Allan, Sir WUliam
3175 } BriggS, Benry P.
377 Clint, Oeorte

IIJlNasmyth,^-^"^*
382 Simpson, John
|||}Wyatt,ir«»-y



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INI>EX TO NAMES OF MASTBftB.



13



No.

III \ Uwina, ThomM



390 ( - a

391 > Jones, ffeorg«

892)

llljMulready, Tr«Zi<m

408 Landseer, Ckarlet

409 )

^jg [ Landseer, -St- -*»»»»

417 Piokersgill, Se»wy W.

Ill I "W'itheringtQn,T*Wi«i»J'.

425 Herbert, /o*" -B-
428 Eedgrrave, ^»«*«»vi

||J|wmiam8,Awy

436 1 ^"**P®'» T^OBMM A

445 PieiaXBgill, ^ederiek It.
449 Johnston, AUmaiUer

458 Fraser, ^i»*«»*>r

^^ } Bippingille, Edward F.

456 Haghe, i^««i<

457 Dabnfe, a<mde M.

458"

459

460

461

462 y Turner, Joieph M. w.



464
465
466



No.

467

468

469

470

471

472

478

474

475

476

477

478

479

480

481

482

488

484

486

486

487

488

489

490

491

492

493

494

495

496

497

498

499

500

501

502

503

504

505

506



Turner, »/»»«>»* *'•



w.



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INDEX TO NAMES OF MASTERS.



No.

608

509

510

511

512

513

516

518

519

520

921

522

523

524

525

526

527

528

530

533

534

535

536

537

538

539

540

541

542

543

544

546

547

548

556

557

558

559

560.



Turner, Jottgh u. W,



No.

56lA Turner, Tfuma* M. w.

601 Boxall, Sir William

603 1

g05 /Landseer, Sir MvAn

606)

610)

611 >Land8eer, Chariet

612)

Douglas, TT.

O'Neill, «. B.

Lee and Cooper

Williams, ■P»»»^

Hogarth, WUliam
Sleap, Joteph Axe
Shoe, Sir Ma/rtvn A,

Qainsborough, Thomat
Reynolds, sir Jothua

Hayden, Beti^amin R.



617
618
619



675
676
677
678
681
682
683



gg^ I Gainsborough, Thomat

688 Ward, !/<"»>«

689 Crome, John

725 Wright, ^o'qf*.*/^''''*!'

730 Tlwins, 2%««»«*

731 Thomson, John
733 Qojflvj, Johns.

738 Tschaggeny, CharUt P.
743 Gordon, ^ John W.

754 Reynolds, Sir Jothua

760 Gainsborough, 21*«»«<M

7611

762

763 ^Smirke, Bol>»rt

764

766J



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INDEX TO NAMES OP MASTERS.



15



No.
784
786
786

787



791
792
798
796
799
800



Opie, J'ohn

Lawrence, Sir Tkomat
Haydon, Bet^amin R.

Copley, John s.
Oainsborough, Thoma$

Pickersgill, Senry w.

Barker, Tkomoi
Martin, John
Oroikshank, ^^or^

West, Benjamin



800 ) -

801 ) •O^OB, Oeorge



813

814

8851

886

887

888

889

890

891



Turner, Joseph if, w.

Clays, Pierre J.



Beynolds, Sir Jeshua



Lawrence, i^ ^<nfur«
897 Gx^me^John

899 Daniell,^A<H»tiw

900 Hoppner, •/<'^M

922 Lawrence, i^^ ^r%<wMi#
926 Gainsborough, Thomm
926 Qtom^^John
1,026 O^iQ. John

1,027 U- 1 * rr

1,028 l^^^«^^®*^^»^^y

1,030 Morland, George

1,037 Gxom% John
1,039 B2i,xket^ Thomtu

1.043 Ward,^»«M

1.044 Gainsborough, Thomae
1,046 Hogarth, wmiam



No.

1,064 ini%(m.Ruihard

1,066 ) ^

1 066 j Qoi^stable, John

1>067 Morland, George
1,068 Bonmey, George

l'070 1 Sto^I^^urd, Thomoi

1.071 imwm. Riehard

1.072 (^ 1 r. «

1,076 Unknown.

1,097 Unknown.

1.110 Blake, wuiiam

1.111 Cotman, John 8.

1,146 Baeburn, Sir Henry

1,163 Hogarth, wuiiam

1.166 Amald, ^«ar^«
1,158 Ward,«/amtf9

ljlg2 } Hogarth, wuiiam

1.163 Stothard, 7%^a#

1.164 Blake, wuiiam

1.167 Opie, •/<'A»

1.174 Gainsborough, Thomat

1.175 Ward,^am«*
M76,

1177 I

l,'l78 /**smyth, i^rieh

M79)

1,180 Turner, ./b*<?pA m. w.

1,183 Nasmyth, i'<»^ri0ii

1,185. Stothard, Th<mae

1,186 Glover, ^An
1,191 Schet^, Ji?A» a
M97fZoffan^^/.W^

1|198 Abbott, Xmi^ J'.
1,207 Constable, ^<^A»
1 1,208 Opie, John



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IJIDSX 5?0 IJAMKS OF MASTERS.



No.
1,228 8c©tt,^5^M»^
1,224 Hudsdn, ^<w»ww

1,238 Lawr«nce, Sir Thomiu

1,242 T^^smstll, Atea^ander

1,246 ConBtaMe, *r#^

1,249 BohBon.wuiiam

1,259 Eeyiiolds,^^^*»w* :

1.271 ftainrtflopongli, n^mM$

1.272 j

ll276'

1,281 Cotes, ^"ranoit

1,S06 BsLiker, Thmas
1,307 Lawrence, sir Thdmat
1,828 Scott, «*^«^^
J»|JJ}l,andseer,^-2W«^

L851 Moorland, ^S'^i^i^^
1,374 Hogarth, TTm.
1,882 ' Ja*son, ^<>^»
1,384 Nasmyth, -?^*'^*
1,396 Eomney, ^^orge

}'JJ|}Morland,^^?«ry«.

1^404 JaekflOHj-'^**
1,408 Opie,J'''*»
1,413 Lawrence. ^^ ^^«w
i:4l4 Westall, *«^^^^
1,436 Baebnm, ^ -H5?»wy

1.452 "StubbS, (George •

1.453 Nebot,^.
1,458 Cotman, J^^ s.
1,460 Ibbeteon, ^^ ^^••^^
1,464 Hogarth, l*^^^i««
1,467 Ladbrooke, ^*^
1,476 Brooking, ^«»nf



Stuart, ^iOf^rt



KOainsborough, Thomas



Zofl&iny,*^«*«»»
aainsborottgh^ nmat
RamsHy, 4Uon
Bettes, J^^
Morland, Oeor:ge

Bomney, George

Unknown*

WattB, Oeo. F.
Lambert, Oeorge

Whitcombe, ^t^omoi
Hogarth, William
Hillais, Sir John, M,



'671 ^ ^®®^'®y' ^ WxOMm

]681 Unknown.

'^^||Smirke, -B^*^

'779 Wilson, ^io*a««
,811 aainsbimagh, Thofsm^

;8i6

,816
,817

*819 [Constable, •'<»*»
',820






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No.

1.825 Oainsborotigh, nomas

1.826 6]^ie, J'ohn

1.827 atotTlB,Tiy Thomoi

1.828 "S^smyth, PatHek
}'83§jStothard,^A<wna#
1,831 Gromej '^ohn
lilt I Stotliwd, Ifumuis
IfiM B^jnoliBj Sir Joskua



llailstothard.



Thomas



No. .

1,837* Baeburn, Sir Henry

1.840 BsjUOlis. Sir Joshua

1.841 C9SlC0tt,Sir Augustus W.
1,844 ThonhlU, Sir James

1,906 Bomney, Oeorge

1,916 Nasmytli, Patriek

1,924 Reynolds, Sir Joshua

1,936 Hogarth, wuiiam

1,491 Mmaifl,^<rJi>AiiJR

1,943 Cotes, Francis

1,982 Hogarth, TTiZZiaim

2,066 Morland, G^^orge



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DobsOIl) William

ThornMll, Sir James

Hogarth, William

Seott, Samuel

Hudson, Thomas

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Lambert, George

Wilson, Bichard, B.A.

Ramsay, AUan

Brooking, Charles

Beynolds, Sir Joshua, P.R.A....

Stubbs, Geo., R.A.

Cotes, 5'ranois

Gainsborough, Thomas, R.A.
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Zoffany, Johann, RJL

Wright, Joseph

Bomney, George

Copley, John Singleton, R.A....

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... 1784-1802

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D&niell, Thomas, R.A.

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Beaumont, Bir G^rge, Bart...

Stuart, Gilbert

Stothard, Thomas, B. A.
Raeburn, Sir Henry, B.A. ...

Blake, William

Nasmytll, Alexander

Hoppner, John, B.A

IbbetSOn, Julius CaBsar

Abbott, Lemuel F

WhitCOmbe, Thomas

Opie, John

Morland, G^eorge

Arnald, G^eorge, A.B.A.
Westall, Biohard, B.A.

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Cromey John ...

Lawrence, sir Thomas, P.B.A.

Barker, Thomas

Ward, James, B.A

Ladbrooke, Bobert

PhilUpS, Thomas, R.A.
Shee, Sir Martin A.., P.B.A. .^
Turner, Joseph M. W., B.A. ...
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JaokflOn, John, B.A

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