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Design for sculpture by Joseph Nollekens, 1770s-1780s.
Design for sculpture by Joseph Nollekens, 1774.
Design for sculpture by Joseph Nollekens, 1766.
Design for sculpture by Joseph Nollekens, London, 1783-1784.
19thC; Wynfield D W, Portrait of W F Yeames
Portrait of Jane (née Greenland), wife of Morris Robinson. Pastel drawing by Francis Cotes, 1752.
Mrs Mary McIntyre Gift; Album, 19thC, of cartes-de-visite of British artists, assembled in the 1860s by Henrietta Louisa Grant, a painter.; Maull & Co. (London), Grant, Sir Francis, President of the Royal Academy
John CONSTABLE (1776-1837), Job and his friends, Grey wash, c.1836, Reynolds cat. no. 399
John CONSTABLE (1776-1837), The Creation of Eve, Bistre and grey wash, c.1836, Reynolds cat. no. 400
John Constable, A lock on the Stour, 1827, Reynolds cat. no. 293
'Life at the Sea-side. Ramsgate 1854.' Engraving by Charles William Sharpe (worked second half of 19th century), after the original oil painting by William Powell Frith R.A. Published by the Art Union of London, 1859.
Combined elevation and section of the Royal Academy Staircase for Somerset House; William Chambers.
Self portrait of William Hoare R.A founder member of Royal Academy engraved by S. W. Reynolds
Colour lithograph poster advertising an exhibition of Spanish Paintings, ancient and modern, held at the Royal Academy, Burlington House, London, November 1920-January 1921. Design by Moya Del Pino. Great Britain. 1920.
'Exhibition Of Flemish and Belgian Art 1300-1900'; Poster advertising an exhibition held at the Royal Academy, London; Lithograph; By Frank Brangwyn; Great Britain; 1927.
'Exhibition Of Flemish and Belgian Art 1300-1900'; Poster advertising an exhibition held at the Royal Academy, London; Colour lithograph; By Frank Brangwyn; Great Britain; 1927.
Engraving by Richard Hatfield (1809-1867). The Reduced Gentleman’s Daughter, 1842. After a painting by Richard Redgrave, R.A.. Lettered with title and and dedication.
'A Peacemaker', mezzotint by Edward Gilbert Hester after an oil painting by Marcus Stone R.A., 1888.
'The Blind Fiddler'. Proof engraving by Charles William Sharpe (worked second half of the 19th century) after the oil painting by Sir David Wilkie, R.A., in the Tate Gallery.
Joseph Nollekens. St Jerome with skull and lion. Sketched design for sculpture. London, 1813. On back of a notice announcing the Royal Academy dinner on the occasion of the King's Birthday, dated 18 June 1813.
Print by Charles Sims, R.A.
Model, plaster, of statue of Gaius Marius among the ruins of Carthage, by Edward Hodges Baily, English, ca. 1833
Medal, bronze, bust of Richard Cosway, English, ca. 1780
Medal, bronze, The Royal Academy of Arts Prize Medal, by Sir Thomas Brock, English, ca. 1920