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Photograph, 'Untitled' from the series 'The Brave Ones', by Zwelethu Mthethwa, South Africa, 2010 Digital C-type print.
Costume design for an Arcadian by Wilhelm (William John Charles Pitcher), unidentified production, 1885
'R.M.S.P. “Arcadian”. Cruises de Luxe to Holy Land, Egypt and Mediterranean'. Colour lithograph poster. Design by J. Harner. Issued by the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company. Great Britain. ca.1840-1916.
'Holiday Cruises To Norway by R.M.S.P. “Arcadian"'. Colour lithograph advertisement poster designed by Frank Newbould and issued by the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Great Britain, ca.1923.
'Holiday Cruises To Mediterranean by R.M.S.P. "Arcadian"'. Colour lithograph advertisement poster designed by Frank Newbould and issued by the Royal Mail Steam Packet Company, Great Britain, ca.1923.
Pencil drawing by Edward Calvert entitled 'First Group of Arcadian Goats'. Great Britain, ca. mid 19th century.
J. M. W. Turner, 'Solitude'. Plate 53 of Liber Studiorum. dated May 12 1814, London.
Fan of painted paper with mother of pearl sticks, made in Great Britain, ca. 1860
Fan of silk and lace, made in France, ca. 1900
General Description: Ceres seated on a cloud with attendants in an architectural framework decorated with figures of Bacchus, a satyr, two female figures of Victory seated on piles of weapons and four figures of Hercules with the Arcadian Stag, the Erymanthian Boar, the Mare of Diomedes and the Cretan Bull. E.3159, 3160, 3162 lettered in French with instructions for assembling. E.3159 lettered B. Picart Sculpsit. E.3161 lettered Ch. le Brun pinx B. Picart del. L Surugue sculpsit 1713 and Dedie a Messire Nicholas Lambert President de la Seconde Chambre des Regnetes du Parlement de Paris / par son tres humble et obessant Serviteur B. Picart.
A rectangular, varicoloured-gold snuffbox, the cover set with a micromosaic depicting five figures in classical dress dancing in a ring to the music of lyre in an Arcadian landscape, after Claude Lorrain.
Snuffbox with landscape. Micromosaic, hardstone and gold, Rome, ca. 1820
Oil on panel entitled 'Landscape: Woodland Study' by a follower of Jean-Baptiste-Camille Corot. French School, late 19th century.
Set design by Oliver Messel for the backdrop to the forest glade in Lionel Bart's musical Twang!!, Shaftesbury Theatre 1965.
Set design by Oliver Messel for the cut cloth for the Bath sequence in Lionel Bart's musical Twang!!, Shaftesbury Theatre 1965.
Figure group modelled on Winifred Lawson (1892-1961) and Sydney Granville (1880-1959) as Phyllis and Strephon in the new production of Iolanthe, or the Peer and the Peri by Gilbert & Sullivan, Princes Theatre 1924, glazed earthenware by Phyllis Simpson and Ethel Sleigh. Given by Philippa MacLiesh.