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Lucy Eliza Vestris (1797-1856) or Madame Vestris as Paul in the 'musical drama' Paul and Virginia by James Cobb (1756-1818) based on the 1788 novel by Jacques-Henri Bernadin de Saint-Pierre (1737-1814), composed by Joseph Mazzinghi (1765-1844) and William Reeve (1757-1815), Drury Lane Theatre, 26 January 1822. Glazed earthenware, Staffordshire, ca.1822
Madame Angiolina Bosio (1829-1859) as Lady Enrichette in Friedrich Von Flotow's opera Martha, Covent Garden 1 July 1858. Glazed earthenware, Staffordshire, ca.1849
Glazed figurine of Julie Dorus-Gras (1805-1896) as Lucia Ashton in Donizetti's opera Lucia di Lammermoor, Drury Lane Theatre, 6 December 1847. Staffordshire, ca.1847
Costume design by Motley for Miss Tina and Mrs Prest in Michael Redgrave's stage adaptation of Henry James's novel The Aspern Papers, Queen's Theatre, 1959
Costume design by Motley for Laurence Olivier as Edgar in Strindberg's play The Dance of Death, National Theatre Company at the Old Vic, 1967
Watercolour by William Dyce depicting a landscape with grass covered track and hills in the background. Great Britain, ca. mid 19th century.
Roll of wallpaper, 'Bokhara', designed by Michael Szell
Roll of wallpaper, 'Trees', designed by Michael Szell
Roll of wallpaper, 'Malachite', designed by Michael Szell
Portrait miniature by Winifred Dongworth of the opera singer Amelita Galli-Curci as Violetta in La traviata, 1924
Watercolour attributed to Thomas Allom depicting a view in Guangzhou (Canton), China. British School, ca. 1825-1872.
Music sheet for No One Can Love Me Like the Way You Do , composed by Spencer Williams, published by W.A. Johnson, Paris, 1925
Toby jug in the form of Luciano Pavarotti (1935-2007), signed over-glaze by Pavarotti, 1991. No. 109 in a limited edition commemorating Pavarotti's visit to London in March 1990 to appear as Nemorino in Donizetti's opera L'Elisir d'Amoreat the Opera House, Covent Garden. Modelled by Doug Tootle and produced by Kevin Francis Ceramics Ltd., 1990.
Hat, coat and umbrella stand
Hat, coat and umbrella stand, England, made by the Coalbrookdale Company, Shropshire, designed and made for Christopher Dresser, 1870
Five celebrated early 19th century characters, the strong man Giovani Baptista Belzoni (1778-1823), the beggar woman Ann Siggs, the giant Patrick O'Brien (1760-1806), the dwarf mimic George Romondo and the fat man Daniel Lambert (1770-1808). Anonymous hand-coloured etching, published ca.1810. Gabrielle Enthoven Collection.
Photograph, Isabel Agnes Cowper, 'Cast of Portico de la Gloria (detail), the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostella in Spain,' albumen print, 1868
Watercolour by the Brothers Joy (William and John Cantiloe) depicting a view of shipping and boats: George IV passing Great Ormesby, Yarmouth, on his return from Edinburgh. Great Britain, 1822.
Photograph, Isabel Agnes Cowper, 'Cast of Portico de la Gloria, (detail), the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostella in Spain,' albumen print, 1868
Photograph, Isabel Agnes Cowper, 'Cast of Portico de la Gloria; Archivolt of Central Doorway, the Cathedral of Santiago de Compostella in Spain,' albumen print, 1868
Costume design by Loudon Sainthill for Richard II played by Paul Scofield, Lyric Theatre, Hammersmith, London, 1952
Terracotta bust of Henry Cole. Photosculpture.
This terracotta bust of Henry Cole was produced using the Photosculpture process, practised by François Willème in Paris. It is dated 1867.
Tinsel print depicting Mr Creswick in the character of Hamlet, 19th century
Book of 99 paper stencils, probably Japanese, late 19th century.
Box with six photographs and brochure, 'Quintessential Lee Miller: Six photographs by Lee Miller selected by Mark Haworth-Booth', by Lee Miller and Mark Haworth-Booth, UK, 2007
Ceylon, Journey 16, 1971, from a suite of prints by Pamela Scott Wilkie
Punjab, Journey 15, 1971, from a suite of screenprints by Pamela Scott Wilkie
Bamiyan, Journey 13, 1971, from suite of screenprints by Pamela Scott
Mazar-i-Sharif, Journey 12, 1971, from a suite fo screenprints by Pamela Scott Wilkie
Northern Road, Afghanistan, Journey 11, 1971, from suite fo screenprints by Pamela Scott Wilkie
Isfahan, Journey 10, 1971, from a suite fo screenprints by Pamela Scott Wilkie
Afghanistan, Journey 9, 1971, from a suite of prints by Pamela Scott Wilkie
Kurdistan, Journey 3, 1971, from a suite fo screenprints by Pamela Scott Wilkie
Central Turkey, Journey 2, 1971, from a suite of screenprints by Pamela Scott Wilkie
Watercolour by Edward Duncan entitled 'Isle of Wight: The Channel Fleet coming out of Portsmouth'. Great Britain, 1859.
Oil painting, 'The visit of Louis XIV to the Château de Juvisy' by Pierre-Denis Martin, French school, c.1700
'Bethnal Green, London', Black and white photograph mounted on card, by John Heywood, 1990-91
Hand coloured, series of engraved images, entitled "Mr. Mathews, as the Diligenciae Personae in his trip to Paris" and showing the theatre manager and comic actor, Charles Mathews (1776-1835) in a series of costumed roles, 1819. Harry Beard Collection
Necklace of oxidised silver, freshwater pearls and nylon, designed and made by Sam Tho Duong, Germany, 2011
Door stop, cast iron and brass, made by Stuart and Smith, Sheffield, designed and modelled by John Bell, ca.1848
Watercolour drawing by Irina Kadina of Paul Scofield as Hamlet, 1955
Colour linocut by Al Frueh of Raymond Hitchcock in the 1918 revue Hitchy-Koo at the Globe Theatre in New York, published 1922
In this illustration Chiang depicts the encroaching fog, as it envelops Princes Street and the Scott Monument. He leaves some areas completely blank to represent the fog – a traditional Chinese ink painting technique. Illustration from the Silent Traveller in Edinburgh (1948)
Box of trial pieces
Box formerly containing tobacco, containing 28 pâte-de-verre trial pieces mounted on card, Diana Hobson, 1988-1990
Watercolour self-portrait by George Chinnery, c.1840
Drawing by George Chinnery of a street scene in China, 1826
Vase, depicting the Three Graces in pâte-sur-pâte, made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, ca. 1894-ca. 1920
Casket, oxidised silver and copper 'War and Peace' casket in which are mounted blue pâte-sur-pâte plaques, made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, ca. 1915-1917
Blue pâte-sur-pâte plaque, depicting Cupid juggling (?) hearts, made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, 1894-1920
Blue pâte-sur-pâte plaque, depicting Cupid sowing hearts, made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, 1894-ca.1920
Blue pâte-sur-pâte plaque, depicting Venus with birds, made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, 1894-ca.1920
Blue pâte-sur-pâte plaque, depicting a woman with birds flying above her head, made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, 1894-ca.1920
Blue pâte-sur-pâte plaque depicting a woman blowing a trumpet, made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, 1895-ca.1920
Blue pâte-sur-pâte plaque, 'Cupids building a house of cards', made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, ca. 1910-1912
Blue pâte-sur-pâte plaque, 'Offering bunches of grapes to Cupid', made by Lawrence Birks, Vine Pottery, Stoke-on-Trent, ca. 1895-1901