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Etching by J. Tingle depicting Valetta, Malta, after a drawing by Lieut. H. E. Allen, from a volume of plates (65) entitled 'The Shores And Islands Of The Mediterranean', written by the Revd. George Newenham Wright. Published in London, 1840.
Hand-coloured lithograph by Joseph Nash, entitled 'Hebrew Women reading the Scriptures at Jerusalem', after a drawing by Sir David Wilkie from a volume of plates (26) entitled 'Oriental Sketches In Turkey, Syria & Egypt'. British School, 1840 & 1841.
Print entitled 'Panoramic View Of The Southern Coast Of The Crimea. From Cape Meganom to Kaffa', after a drawing by Captain W. H. Parker from a volume of plates (13) entitled 'A Series Of Sketches In The Black Sea', lithographed and published by the Dickinson Bros. Great Britain, ca. 1853.
Etching depicting the King of Persia from an album consisting of plates (45) depicting images of Persia. These images illustrate Louis Dubeux's 'La Perse', from 'L'Univers, ou Histoire et Description de Tous les Peuples'. Paris, 1841.
Print entitled 'Daniel's Prayer', after a drawing by E. J. Poynter, from a volume entitled 'Dalziels' Bible Gallery' consisting of 62 plates after drawings by various artists, engraved by the Dalziel Brothers. Great Britain, 1881.
Etching and stipple engraving entitled 'St. Paul At Ephesus' after a painting by Le Sueur, from Volume II of 'The Pictorial History of the Bible', 42 plates including title-pages, with descriptive texts. Great Britain, 1835.
Etching and stipple engraving entitled 'The Shipwreck Of St. Paul' after a painting by P. J. de Loutherbourg, from Volume I of 'The Pictorial History of the Bible', 41 plates including title-pages, with descriptive texts. Great Britain, 1835.
Lithograph depicting a ruin in Nubia from a volume of plates (12) by Albert Henri Bertin entitled 'Album De Douze Planches Extrait du voyage d'Egypte Fait Par Albert Bertin', with a descriptive text, in publisher's wrappers and modern portfolio. French School, ca. 1831-2.
Eight swatches of fabric on a piece of card with two printed and manuscript order cards, for costumes for Richard Strauss's opera Ariadne auf Naxos, Glyndebourne Festival Opera, 1950 or 1953, designed by Oliver Messel.
Archipelago, 1854-61. Drawing from a sketchbook by General Sir Michael Anthony Shrapnel Biddulph
Watercolour drawing of a seated court official annotated in top right corner "2nd Chobwa". The official is seated crosss-legged on a raised red lacquered throne of waisted form. He wears an outer robe of purple felt trimmed with green and yellow cloth and with a set of chains of office hanging across his left shoulder and lap. His white inner garment is pale blue with multi-colured edges. He wears a crown shaped as a twisted spire of white and gold cloth. In the foreground stand insignia of rank: a raised betel nut set holding several small containers, three gilded metal vessel and s a sword on a stand. A ceremonial umbrella is placed upright in front of him.
Watercolour drawing of a seated lady, annotated in top right corner "Mowawhoon's Lady". The lady is kneeling on a square rug and wears a headdress, ear-pins and top garment of pale blue. Her lower garment is multi-coloured and she holds a fan. In the foreground stand insignia of rank: a raised betel nut set holding several small containers, two gilded metal vessels, an earthenware vessel and a pipe with long stem.
Poster advertising the May Festival at the Oval House
Costume design by Oliver Messel for Rossini's Opera La Cenerentola (Cinderella) in Rossini's opera, Glyndebourne 1952.
Black and white photograph by Angus McBean of the designer Oliver Messel in his studio.
Black and white photograph of Oliver Messel designing costumes for the film Romeo and Juliet, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer, 1936.
Black and white photograph of the designer Oliver Messel sitting at his easel, taken by Clarence Sinclair Bull, 1936.
Preliminary design for a programme cover, by Oliver Messel, late 1950s.
Proof copy of the programme cover for the Glyndebourne opera season, 1959, designed by Oliver Messel.
Costume design by Oliver Messel for Douglas Fairbanks senior as Don Juan in the film The Private Life of Don Juan, 1934.
Preliminary design by Oliver Messel for a programme cover for the 1959 opera season at Glyndebourne, featuring the rose from Der Rosenkavalier.
Preliminary sketch by Oliver Messel for the bookshop in the film The Queen of Spades, 1949.
Black and white photograph of the set for the film of William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, 1936, designed by Oliver Messel.
Black and white photograph of the set model for the film of William Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet, 1936, designed by Oliver Messel.
Black and white photograph of Claude Rains as Caesar in the film of George Bernard Shaw's play Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945, designed by Oliver Messel.
Black and white photograph of the set for the film of George Bernard Shaw's play Caesar and Cleopatra, 1945, designed by Oliver Messel.