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1769 1904 



TOFT, Albert A Sculptor. 

1 2, Trafalgar Studios^ 

Kin^s Road. 

1885. 2026 £. L. Mitford, Esq.; me- 

dallion, bronze. 
2036 A study; bust, terra-cotta. 

1886. 1769 Study of a young man; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1801 Nelson Dawson, Esq.; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

1910 Philip Robinson, Esq.; me- 
dallion, bronze. 

1887. 1781 James Glaisher, Esq., F.R.S., 

etc.; bust, marble. 
1 8 10 George Wallace, Esq., F.S.A.; 
bust, terra-cotta. 

1888. 1928 Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, 

M.P.; bust, marble. 
1980 Colonel T. V. Rogers; bust, 

terra-cotta. 
2019 Major Walter Wingfield; bust. 

1889. 2112 Lilith; statuette. "O bright 

snake, the death worm of 
Adam, etc." 

1890. 1967 Fate-led; statue. "Fate 

leading, she must needs go 

on and on, etc." 
199s Christie Murray, Esq.; bust. 
2001 George Wallis, Esq.; bust, 

bronze. 

1891. 1942 A little student; statuette. 
2008 The late Sir William Pearce, 

Bart.; bust, marble. 

2077 A young Vulcan; statuette. 
Part of the monument to the 
late Sir W. Pearce, Bart. 

2082 Mr. Worrall; bust, bronze. 

1892. 1927 " In the sere and yellow leaf ; " 

bust 
A007 Fate-led; statue, marble. See 
1890. 

1893. 1694 "In the sere and yellow leaf;" 

head, bronze. 

1894. 1746 The goblet of life — statue. 

" Filled is life's goblet to the 
brim I etc." 
1799 The oracle; bust, marble. 

VIII. 



1897. 2072 Spring; statuette. 

1898. 1837 Hagar; statuette. 

1900. I9S9 do. do. ; marble. 

1 90 1. 1694 The Spirit of Contemplation; 

statue. 
10, The Avenue^ 

76, Fulham Road. 

1903. 1703 Spirit of Contemplation: statue, 

bronze. 
1780 Sir Charles Mark Palmer, 

Bart, M.P.; bust. 
1878 The mother; group. 

87, Clifton Hill, N. W. 

1904. 1690 The cup of immortality: relief. 
1828 Sir Robert Harvey, J. P.; bust 
1833 Edward Walker, Esq.; bust. 

TOFT, Clifford Painter. 

44, Buxton Street, 

Sneyd Green, ffanley. 
1903* 9S6 Roses. 

86, Leonard Road, Hanley, 
1904. 957 Roses. 

TOFT, J. Alfonso ..Painter. 

12, Trafalgar Studios, Chelsea. 
1 90 1. 368 The sport of the winds. 

TOFT, Peter Painter. 

203, Cornwall Rd,,Notting Hill. 

1874. 771 Gateway of the Bloody Tower, 

Tower of London. 

1875. ^94 Arundel Castle from the 

"Black Rabbit "Inn. 

156, Cornwall Road. 
1877. 745 St. Paul's from Cannon Street 
railway bridge. 
769 The Scaur of Whitby. 

1880. 928 Newcastle-on-Tyne, from Gates- 

head. 

1 88 1. 719 Stathies, Coast of Yorkshire. 

TOLDERVY, W. F Painter. 

24, East Place, Kennington, 

1842. 250 View near Sevenoaks. 

3, Davidge Terrace, Lambeth. 

1843. 358 The wreck. 

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Toldcrvy, W. I^.— continued. 

1844. »^7 On the Brenty near Greenford. 

1845. ^44 Near Clovelly, North Devon. 

1846. S62 Sunset. 

TOLHURST, Miss Edith (afterwards 

Mrs. Fred. J. Gordon) Painter. 

Ashton House, Highbury. 
1888. 735 An Italian peasant woman. 
1891. 454 Miss R — P — 

TOLLEMACHE, Hon. Duff. 

Painter. 
65, Harley Street. 

1888. 1066 Reeds and rushes. 

lo, St. Jameses Square. 

1889. 240 Lord Tollemache of Helming- 

ton. 

57, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 

1895. 278 An amateur. 
854 Mrs. Taylor. 

17, Nassau Street. 

1896. 19 Portrait of a lady. 

I, Wychcombe Studios, N. W. 
1899. 61 Impending storm. 

131, Oakwood Court, 

Kensington. 

1902. 491 Threatening weather. 

1903. 205 Off the Lizard. 

1904. 467 Late afternoon on the Cornish 

Coast. 

TOLLEY, E Painter. 

4, Keppel Street, 

Russell Square. 

1848. 54 Portrait of a favourite hunting 

mare. 

Rickmansworth, Herts. 

1849. 184 Study of horses. 

Langley Park Cottage, Slough. 
i854« '35* A study of horses. 
1855. 500 "Una." "Still, when she 
slept, he kept both watch 
and ward." — Spenser. 
1857. 1003 Favourite hunters at the cover 
side. 
1144 Sand Pits. 

4, Keppel Street. 
1859. 673 Strayed from the common. 

Harefield, Middlesex. 
1867. 268 A common scene. 
376 In difficulties. 

TOLSTOY, Count Metal Worker. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

181 5. 842 Alexander the First, Emperor 

of Russia, representing Ro- 

domuisl, a Sclavonian prince 

(a most celebrated warrior), 



who reigned at Novogorod 
in the early period of the 
Christian Era. The battle 
of Leipsig is represented 
round the shield by the 
combatants, who are res- 
cuing the female figure 
seated upon the firm pedes- 
tal symbolical of social or- 
der; her enemies in the 
background are flying with 
shame and confusion; the 
centre of the shield, encir- 
cled by a wreath of laurel, 
encloses the Russian eagle. 
Round the portrait, in Rus- 
sian characters, " Rodo- 
muisl of the 19th century." 

TOMALIN, Miss Mary Jane. 

Miniature Painter. 
16, Penton Place. 
1838. 970 Miss C. Woodward. 
1847. 770 Portrait of an infant — the ar- 
tist's niece. 

II, Wells Street. 

1849. 838 Mrs. Leigh in her 90th year. 

1850. 865 Frame with four miniatures. 

1 85 1. 959 Portrait of a lady. 

1852. 857 do. young lady. 

1853. 687 Portraits, and study of a head. 

1858. 677 Arthur Edward, Kate, and 

Colin Campbell, children of 
Dr. and Mrs. Greig, Wal- 
thamstowe Home. 
16, Grafton Square, Clapham. 

1859. 768 Portraits. 

TOMASICH, A.... Miniature Painter. 
53, Mortimer Street. 
1872. 1354 Madame L^onie, Dr. Toma- 
sich. 

1355 Count of Morella. 

1356 Countess of Morella. 

1357 Prince Don Carlos. 

1358 Mr. A. Fesser. 

1359 The artist. 

1360 H.M. the King of Spain. 

1361 H.M. the Queen of Spain. 

16, King Street. 
1876. 1214 Mrs. G. R. Ruxton. 
1226 William Gibbs, Esq. 
1229 Mrs. Thomas Ross. 
1239 Mrs. Louis Huth. 

TOMBER, G Painter. 

26, Carey Street. 
1825. 269 The grotto of Neptune, with 
the temples of Vesta and 
the Sybil at Tivoli. 



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TOMKINS, Charles Painter. 

At Mr. Tomkins", 

Little Queen Anm Street, 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1773. 350 A stained drawing. 
1774- 303 Two stained dravrings. 
i77S« 309 do. do. 

1776. 302 View near Dorking, Surrey. 

303 A View of Northaw Church, 

Hertfordshire. 

304 A bridge; its companion. 
1777* 348 A view of Gormanbury House, 

the seat of Viscount Grim- 
ston, Hertfordshire. 
349 A View of Millbank, looking 
up the Thames. 

1778. 315 A watermill in Dorsetshire; a 
stained drawing. 

78, Haymarket, 

'779* — -^ circular view taken from the 
obelisk at Mount Edgcumbe^ 
the seat of Lord Edgecumbcy 
commanding the undermen- 
tioned views^ viz,: 

405 A View looking up the Mil- 

brooke river, taken from the 
west side. 

406 A View of Hamoze and St. 

John's river, taken from the 
west side. 

407 A view of Plymouth yard, 

clock and town, taken from 
the north side. 

408 A view of Stonehouse-land and 

Plymouth town and citadel, 
taken from the east side. 

409 A view of Drake's island and 

the Sound, taken from the 
south side. 

410 A View of Mount Edgecumbe, 

house, and plantation, taken 
from the south side. 
( 77ie shipping by Mr. John Cleveley.) 

TOMKINS, Charles Algernon. 

Engraver. 
8, Dover Terrace^ 

Coldharbour Lane. 

1872. 1294 Jochebed. After F. Goodall, 

R.A. 

1873. 1143 Mrs. Charles Stoughton and 

child. After S. Godbold. 
187, Coldharbour Lane. 

1877. 975 "Where oxlips and the nod- 
ding violet grow." 

1879. 1291 The Hon. Mark Rolle. After 
the Hon. Henry Graves. 

1881. 1211 Charles Hutton Gregory, Esq., 
C.M.G., Past President 
Inst. C.E. After J. Collier. 



1 88 1. 1270 The Duchess of Rozburghe. 

After the Hon. H. Graves. 

1882. 1342 Granville R. H. Somerset, 

Q.C. After Cyrus Johnson. 
8, Leamington Parky Acton, 

1886. IS 39 L. W. Wickham, Esq. After 

W. W. Ouless, R.A. 
1888. 1702 The wild deer of Chillingham. 

After Sir E. Landseer, R.A. 
1703 The wild cattle of Chillingham. 

After Sir E. Landseer, R.A. 
1705 Andromeda. After F. Goodall, 

R.A. 

1 89 1. 1 717 Old maid. After F. Goodall, 

R.A. 

1892. 1597 The Bishop of Chichester. 

(R. Durnford.) After 
W. W. Ouless, R.A. 

1893. 1474 Maidens at the well. After 

Hermann Philips. 

1896. 1578 Eucharis. After Lord Leigh- 

ton, P.R.A. 
I, The Avenue^ Kew Gardens. 

1897. \^^^ The young princess. After 

Schmiechen. 

TOMKINS, Charles John... Engraver. 
C, TomkinSy Junr.y 

187, Coldharbour Lane. 
. 1876. 1336 By appointment. 
8, Dover Street^ 

Coldharbour Lane. 
1880. 1301 Portrait. 

/wr, Bucks. 

1884. 1402 Vivisection. After J. McClure 

Hamilton. 
1413 H.R.H. the Duke of Cam- 
bridge, K.G. After F. Holl, 
R.A. 

1885. 1733 G. V. Fitzgerald, Esq. 
1739 Sir Barrow Ellis. 

1887. 1579 The Bishop of Peterborough. 

{Dr. Magee.) After Frank 
Holl, R.A. 

1888. 1719 The late Colonel Primrose. 

After H. von Angeli. 
5, Leamington Park Villas ^ 

Acton. 

1891. 1682 The late Canon Liddon. After 

George Richmond, R.A. 

1892. 161 3 Little Lord Fauntleroy. After 

J. Sant, R.A. 

1894. 297 The May-fly. 

1498 The mirror. After James 
Sant, R.A. 

TOMKINS, Charley Painter. 

4, West Place. 
1828. 162 View at Antwerp. 

192 An old mill at Antwerp. 



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TOMKINS 


1823. 


606 


1825. 


500 


1826. 


503 


1828. 


639 


1830. 


607 


1833. 


49» 


1834. 


543 


1836. 


550 


1837. 


S5S 


1838. 


861 


1839. 


S44 


1840. 


6,5 



, Miss Emma Painter. 

53, New Bond Street, 
Flowers from nature. 
A groupe of flowers from 

nature. 
A cockscomb from nature. 

34, Great Russell Street, 
Flowers from nature. 

41, Howland Street, 
Still life. 

25, Osnaburgh Street, 
Fruit from nature. 
Fruit and flowers. 
A bird's nest from nature. 
Still life. 

Grapes from nature. 
Fruit from nature. 
Flowers. 



TOMKINS, Miss Isabella A. 

Painter. 
8, Chapel St,, Bedford Row, 
1868. 570 At the tournament. 

TOMKINS, M Painter. 

21, St, Georges Raw, Chelsea, 
1796. 439 Mischievous pleasure. 

TOMKINS, Miss M. 

Miniature Painter. 
S3, New Bond Street, 

1824. 718 Portrait of a lady. 

764 do. gentleman, 

1825. 623 do. lady. 
704 do. do. 

TOMKINS, Peltro William. 

Engraver. 
(Historical engraver to Her Majesty.) 

49, New Bond Street, 
1 799. 409 The new made widow. — Blair's 
Poem of the Grave, page 5. 
484 The Ascension. — Blair's Poem 

of the Grave, page 27. 
618 The visionary shades. — Blair's 

Poem of the Grave, page 4. 
1054 Friendship. — Blair's Poem of 
the Grave, page 6. 

41, Howland Street, 

1 83 1. 640 Portrait of a young lady. 
91 s do. gentleman. 

25, Osnaburgh Street, 

1832. 802 Miss Flint. 

TOMKINS, William, A,R,A. 

Painter. 
W, Tompkins, Margaret St,, 
Cavendish Square, 
1769. 112 View of Roehampton, the seat 
of the Earl of Besborough. 



1769. 113 A View of Bolderview Lodge 

in the New Forest, Hamp- 
shire, belonging to the Earl 
of Delawar. 
114 A View of Bel vena in the 
county of Bamffshire, the 
seat of the Earl of Fife. 
W, Tomkins, 

Margaret Street, 

Cavendish Square, 

1770. 185 View of CuUen in Bamffshire, 

the seat of the Earl of Fin- 
later. 

186 View of Mount Edgecumbe, 

taken from the west end of 
the new rope-house, Ply- 
mouth dock. 

187 View of Plymouth Sound, 

taken from the same place. 

188 Dead game. 

1 77 1. 195 Two views in Cornwall. 

196 Dead game, with a Newfound- 

land dog. 

197 A View of Has well Park, look- 

ing towards Bridgewater, 
Somersetshire, the seat of Sir 
Charles Kymes Tynte, Bart. 

198 A View in the grove of Haswell 

Park, looking towards Bridge- 
water, Somersetshire, the seat 
of Sir Charles Kymes Tynte, 
Bart. 
271 A View of Blackfriars Bridge, 
from the Earl of Fife's Gar- 
den at Whitehall. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1772. 254 A View from the Turkish tent, 

in the garden of Charles 
Hamilton, Esq., at Painshill, 
near Cobham, Surry. 
%%% A View from the Gothic 
temple. 

256 A View of Chudley rock, look- 

ing toward the west in Lord 
Clifford's Park, Devonshire. 

257 A View of Chudley rock, look- 

ing toward the south in Lord 
Clifford's Park, Devonshire. 

258 A View in the park at Boconak, 

in Cornwall, the seat of 
Thomas Pitt, Esq. 

259 A View of the Lary that runs 

under Sultram wood, the 
seat of Joseph Parker, Esq., 
in Devonshire. 
Little Queen Anne Street, 

Portland Chapel, 
1 773- *9» A View of Mainhead in Devon- 
shire, the seat of Viscount 
Lisburne. 



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TOMLIN, G. M Painter. 

1848. 910 Study. 

TOMLINSON, George Dodgson. 

Miniature Painter. 

Huddersfield, 

1848. 662 Miss Brook and Miss Ann 

Brook, of Healey House, 

Yorkshire. 

1851. 978 Maria, daughter of Geo. Lock, 

Esq. 
1872. 238 Marian, youngest daughter of 
the late Colonel Crosland, 
M.P. 

TOMLINSON, J. of the Royal Academy^ 

Woolwich Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1788. 527 View near Woolwich. 

TOMLINSON, J. 

Miniature Painter. 

25, Momington Place, 
1824. 707 Portrait. 
1827. 733 A portrait 

734 R. Fielding, Esq. 
1829. 751 A portrait. 

10, Maddox Street, 

1 83 1. 892 The Hon. Mrs. Newton Lane. 

1832. 803 A. F. Smith, Esq. 

1833. 591 J. Lawrence, Esq. 
734 Mrs. Deane. 

828 Portrait of a lady. 

1834. 627 A portrait. 

718 T. Luxmore, Esq. 

1835. ^^^ A portrait, 

806 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
1S37. 563 do. gentleman. 

823 A portrait. 

1838. 846 Portrait, 

1008 Portrait of a lady. 

1839. 742 J. Wilson, Esq, 

832 Portrait of a young lady. 

1840. 655 The Rev. H. Smith. 

1841. 923 Senhor Don Antonio Nareno. 

1842. 692 Portrait of a lady. 

1843. 1019 A portrait. 

1098 Portrait of a lady. 

1844. 652 A portrait. 

1845. 724 Portrait of a lady. 

1847. 853 clo. gentleman. 

1848. 902 H. Hawkes, Esq. 
1850. 690 Henry Hartree, Esq. 

789 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1853. 878 Portrait. 

TOMLINSON, R Sculptor. 

7, Horsetnonger Lam. 
1806. 835 Miss H, Webster. 



1808. 861 Bust of W. Beckwith, Esq., 
Barrister-at-law. 

1 810. 845 Part of a monument to be 
erected to the memory of 
Capt. R. Scott, commander 
of His Majesty's ship Boreas, 
which was wrecked off 
Guernsey Nov, 29, 1807. 

TOMLINSON, W Painter. 

Breedon^ Redditch^ 

Worcestershire. 

1858. 823 Early struggles. 

Huntend^ Redditch, 

1859. 888 Country snuff- takers. 

TOMPKINS, Miss Clementina. 

Painter. 

c\o Goupil and Co. 
1877. 299 The little musician. 

TOMS, Peter, R.A Painter. 

Wimpole Street, 

Cavendish Square, 

1769. IIS An allegorical picture. 

1770. 189 A portrait; half length. 

1771. 199 The burdock and other wild 

plants; a specimen of a work 
to be published. 



TOMSON, 

1883. 617 



1884. 819 

1885. IIS 

278 
1151 

1886. 399 



1888. 


6s6 


1889. 
1890. 


1324 
116 
329 


I89I. 


435 




8so 


1892. 


II2S 

890 



Arthur Painter. 

57, Bedford Gardens^ W. 

" When a hound shall howl at 
at the gates. 

In the grey of the dawning of 
day. 

Then a life there, weary of 
life, 

Shall presently pass away." 

" The low wave sobs upon the 
shore." 

The vision of St. Hubert. 

** Like gods together." 

"When eve's grey cloud de- 
scends to drink the wave." 

" Rock was here and headland 
there, Ere the little lives of 
men." 

Sleepy Hollow. 

20, St. John's Wood Road. 

Water meadows. 

After sunset. 

The return from the horse- 
pond. 

Harvesting in the down coun- 
try. 

The shepherd of Hmdover 
down. 

A couch fire. 

A Sussex orchard. 



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TONELLI, Signora Anna ... Painter. ' 

97, Norton Street, j 
1794. 337 Portrait of a lady. {Herself,) 
338 do. gentleman. (Mr. 

Baldwin^ 

347 Portrait of a gentleman. 

348 Ariadne. {Duchess of Ceserta,) 
398 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Mrs. Tonelliy 

97, Norton Street. 
1797' 435 Portraits of two young ladies. 
{The Misses Barry.) 
472 Portrait of a young lady. 
481 do. gentleman. {Mr. 

Palmer.) 
495 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
{Mr. R. Westmorland.) 

TONELLI, Domenico A.... Sculptor. 
Wellesley Court Road, 

Croydon. 

1889. 2108 Portrait; medallion, bronze. 

1890. 2025 Miss S. Martin; medallion. 

10, Chatfield Road, Croydon. 

1894. 1757 Neoptolemus; statue. 

1895. '^'® ^ maid of honour; bust, mar- 

ble. 
1897. 1935 A tale of love; statue. 

TONGE, Robert Painter. 

144, Vine Street, Liverpool. 
1853. 462 The round tower of Clondalkin, 
County Dublin. 

TONKOWSKY, Paul N Painter. 

San Trovaso, Venice. 

1884. 883 A Neapolitan singer. 

TONLIN, W Painter. 

Regent's Park. 
1830. 705 A group of flowers. 

TONNEAU, Joseph Painter. 

40, Carlton Road, Kilburn. 

1880. 660 Pleasant reading. 

1881, 74 "What shall I say?" 

Boncourt, 

Broadhurst Gardens, N. 

1885. 521 Indecision. 

1886. 597 An interesting story. 

1891. 911 The entombment of Christ. 

TONVAUX. 

9, Old Compton Street, Soho. 
{See JoNVAUX, vol. iv, page 283.) 
{Tonvaux in the index, and/onvaux in 
the catalogue.) 



TOOGOOD, Mrs. H. (formerly Miss 

F. A. Curtis) Sculptor. 

9, Green Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1 85 1. 1290 "Paws off" — a group from life 
of Miss Louisa Scott Turner 
and playmates. 
{See Miss F. A. Curtis, vol. ii, page 226.) 



TOOK, William Painter. 

50, Baker Street. 
1857. 20 Portrait of a boy. 

7, Princes Road, Notting Hill. 
1^59* 79 Miss Rose. 

13, Prince's Road. 

1866. 684 A bit at Barnet. 

31, Princes Road. 

1867. 774 On the river Falloch, Glen 

Falloch, N.B. 

1868. 7*5 A bit near Bettws — morning. 
1873. 8*4 On the East Lynn. 



TOOTH, Miss Susan K. 

Miniature Painter. 
4, Orme Square, Bayswater. 

1894. 1249 Memories. 

1262 Miss Maud Millett. 

1895. 1 199 Miss Ramey Morse. 

63, Holland Park Avenue. 

1896. 1 341 Miss M. Hackney as "Amelia, 

Countess of Rassendyll." 
Sunnymead, Colchester. 

1897. 1507 Mrs. Patrick Campbell as 

"MeUtza." 



TOOVBY, Richard G. H. (Dick). 

Painter and Etcher. 
Dick Toovey, 

49, Limerston Street, 

Chelsea. 

1884. 1059 The mill sluice. 
1374 Street in Josselin. 

1453 Old house at Quimperl^; etch- 
ing. 
1472 Lock — Normandy; etching. 
Richard Toovey, 

12, Fitzroy Street. 

1885. 932 Preparing to embark. 
1624 Evening. 

1636 Concarneau harbour. 

Landscape Villas, Leamington. 

1886. 88s The nimble penny. 

1 399 Tour des beaux clercs, Brussels. 

1887. T^x Mrs. Neale's. 

753 The broker's shop. 
791 The fruit-shop. 

1888. 475 Evening news. 



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1870. 


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I, Lamdowne Place. 


»"5 


58, Queen's Road^ 


i8i6. 


47* A fair in Geneva district, 






St. John's Wood. 




Switzerland. 


1871. 


8 A petition. 








X069 


Home and Victory. "Now are 


TOPHAM, Francis William. 






our brows bound with vic- 




Painter. 






torious wreaths, etc." — 




3, Wilderness Row. 






Shakespeare. 


1832. 


538 The rustic's meal. 

29, Kin^s Square^ Goswell Rd. 


1872. 


129 


Cradle adventure of Giulio 
Varano, 1434. "At the 


1838. 


149 The Rustic. 

9, Brecknock Plcue, 






massacre of his family, saved 
by his aunt and smuggled 


1840. 


373 Rustic Sympathy. 






out of the city in a bundle 


1841. 


252 A rustic scene. 

TufnellPark West 






of hay, he, after many adven- 
tures, returned to be Lord 


1857. 


887 Spanish Card-players. 






of the Camerino." 




946 A girl with grapes. 




5*3 


A fresh excavation in Pompeii 


1858. 


766 Sifting grain. "Basses Pyr^- 






— mid-day rest. 




n^es.'» 




674 The fall of Rienzi, the last 




W. Topham, 






Roman Tribune. " Finding 




Warwick House^ 






the people clamoured for his 




Adelaide Road, 






death, he attempted to es- 


1870. 


658 Venetian water carriers. 






cape from the Capitol dis- 
guised, his face blackened. 


TOPHAM, Frank William Warwick, 






and hidden under spoils 


R.L .. 


Painter. 






from the palace." 




F. Topham^Junr.y 


1873. 


550 


Pompeii destroyed, a.d. 79. 




TufnellPark West. 






"Out of darkness and the 


i860. 


560 The mourner. ** Here will she 






shadow of death." 




come, and on the grave will 


1874. 


105 


Justice in the middle ages. 




sit, Folding her arms, in long 




141 


In the Palazzo Vecchio, Flor- 




abstracted ^V'—Crabbe. 






ence. 




F. W. W. Tophamjunr., 




1392 


At the Convent of S. Francesco 




43, Adelaide Road. 






d'Assisi, 1873. 


1862. 


669 An affray during the Rebellion, 
1745- 




1414 


The winged pensioners of 
Assisi. 




Warwick House^ 


1875- 


403 


The convent of San Francesco 




43, Adelaide Road. 






during the sacking of the 


1864. 


510 Juliet and the Friar Laurence. 
" Therefore, out of thy long 






city of Assisi by the Perugians, 
1442. 




expected time, etc." — Romeo 




851 


Market day, Perugia. 




and Juliet. 


1876. 


314 


The morning of the festival — 


1866. 


112 Across the bridge. 






Central Italy. 




196 Faith. 




879 A bridal welcome — Florence, 


1867. 


loi A quiet morning in St. John 






1565. 




T*ateran. 


1877. 


625 


Idlers. 




473 The funeral torch. "Last Days 




918 Dinner-time; outside the re- 




of Pompeii. 






fectory door. 


1868. 


310 "La vitanuova." 

2 8, Studios^ King Henrys Road. 




972 


Happy hours of childhood. 
/field, Prince Arthut^s Road, 


1869. 


398 Relics of Pompeii. "A thousand 






Hampstead, 




years are but as yesterday." 


1878. 


1385 Drawing for military service — 




837 Dora. " But when the morrow 






modern Italy. 




came she rose and took The 


1879. 


436 


"Taming of the Shrew." 




child once more, and sat 






" Fear not sweet wench; 




upon the mound, etc." — 






They shall not touch thee, 




Tennyson, 






Kate, 


1870. 


10 St. John's Day, Venice. "Some 
have greatness thrust upon 






I'll buckler thee against a 
million."— Act III, scene 2. 




them." 




1416 


Home! after service. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1880. 374 

557 
634 

1881. 1423 



1882. 58 

767 



1883. 41 
1451 



1884. 535 

688 

840 

1885. 661 



732 
1886. 297 



1099 

1887. 550 
665 

1888. 665 



His first appearance in public. 

A prize in the lottery. 

Waiting for water — Venice, 
755 a.m. 

Renouncing the Vanities, by 
order of Savonarola. "The 
following year (1497), by 
order of Savonarola, a great 
procession was formed, and 
an enormous bonfire erected 
in Piazza Signoria, at which 
were burned all the vain and 
unholy things the boys had 
collected through the city." 

Content. 

A messenger of good tidings: 
news of relief to Florence in 
1496. — Romola, 

The village genius. 

Roman triumph. "The * Im- 
perator' was accompanied in 
his triumphal chariot by his 
son, while behind him stood 
a public slave holding over 
his head a golden crown, 
whoever and anon whispered 
in his ear the warning words, 
*Respice post te: hominem 
memento te." 

A thank-offering. 

A sonata. 

La Festa dei Morti. 

The Queen of the Tournament. 
" The victor must now dis- 
play his good judgment, in- 
stead of his valour, by select- 
ing from among the beauties 
who graced the galleries a 
lady who should fill the 
throne of the Queen of 
Beauty and of Love, and 
deliver the prize of the 
tourney upon the ensuing 
day." — Ivanhoe, 

Florence. 

Recruiting for Savonarola. "Ye 
cannot serve God and Mam- 
mon." 

Jeanie, daughter of John M. 
McLaren, Esq. 

His reverence. 

La sua festa. " All that is left 
to her." 

Naaman's wife. "Now Naa- 
man, captain of the host of 
the King of Syria, was a 
great man with his master 
. . . but he was a leper. 
And the Syrians had gone 
out by companies and had 



brought away captive out of 
the land of Israel a little 
maid; and she waited on 
Naaman's wife. And she said 
unto her mistress, Would 
God my lord were with the 
prophet that is in Samaria! 
for he would recover him of 
his leprosy." — 2 Kings, v, i , 2 . 

1889. 1 1 88 The dedication of Samuel. — 

I Sam, i, 28. 

32, Great Ortnond Street, 

1890. 393 Edward P. Martin, Esq. 
574 A doubtful rival. 

665 In the mouth of Mary. 

1891. 705 Judas. "Then Judas, which 

had betrayed Him, when 
he saw that He was con- 
demned, repented himself." 
— Matt, xxvii, 3. 

1892. 147 Apple blossom. 
377 La Contessina. 

1232 I A sua Festa. " All that is left 
to her." 

1893. 824 Portrait of a lady, 

1 1 19 Naaman's wife. — 2 Kings ^ v, 

1-3- 

1894. 522 Oil for the light. 

924 The story of Ruth and Boaz. 

1895. 4^0 A Judgment of Paris. 

Coneyhursty Eivhurst^ 

Guildford, 

1896. 638 Jack ashore. 

loii. "Madam, I am here; what is 
your will ? " — Romeo and 
Juliet^ act i, scene 3. 

1897. 225 For the coming event. 
586 Lord Monk Bretton. 

1898. 636 Rescued from the Plague, Lon- 

don, 1665. "It was the 
child of a very able citizen 
of Gracious Street, a saddler, 
who had buried all the rest 
of his children of the plague, 
and himself and wife now 
being shut up in despair of 
escaping did desire only to 
save the life of this little 
child; and so prevailed to 
have it received stark naked 
into the arms of a friend." — 
Fepysi* Diary, 

1899. 380 An acquittal. 

402 "Nunc dimittis." "On the 
fortieth day after the Na- 
tivity, the Virgin presented 
herself with her babe for the 
purification in the Temple at 
Jerusalem." — Farrat^s Life 
of Christ, 



VIII. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Topham, Prank William Warwick, 
RJ, — continued, 

1900. 619 A lady of quality; Mistress 
Clorinda shines on her birth- 
day night. 

1902. 716 "What is truth?"— 5/. /^^«, 

xviii, 38, 

1903. 270 A penitent. 

865 Naaman's wife. — 2 Kings^ v, 3. 

1904. 870 Decorators. 



TOPLING, J. M Painter. 

1852. 938 Mrs. Alexander Frederick Ash- 
ton, 
(y. M, Toplin in the index, and J, M. 
Tilling in the catalogue, both evidently a 
misprint for Jopling, vol, iVypage 283.) 



TOPLIS, C Painter. 

1808. 323* Scene in Craven. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181 7. 457 Study from nature. 



TOPLIS, Charles H. 

Miniature Painter. 
C, Toplis, 30, Bridge Street, 

Blackfriars, 
[840. 142 Portrait of an artist. 
C, H, Toplis, 

30, New Bridge Street, 
1842. 489 James Toplis, Esq. 

6, Russell Place, 
1844. 886 Study of an East Indian. 
960 Study of a head. 

70, Upper Stamford Street, 
1847. 982 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Petersham, Surrey, 
1872. 1326 Dr. Sell^. 



TOPLIS, William A Painter. 

Sussex House, St, Petet^s, 

Jersey. 
1 88 1. 1395 Granite rocks. 

Petite Discart, Sark, 

Channel Islands, 

1884. 318 Guliot Rock, Coast of Sark. 

1885. 1152 Les Antelets, He de Serk. 

1887. 5 La Saign^e, Sark. 

1888. 79' Mont Orgueil, Jersey. 
887 Discart Bay, Sark. 

1890. 1092 La Couple, Serk. 

1892. mo Dixcart Bay, Sark. 

1893. 1109 La Cave de la Fontaine, Sark. 

1894. 7 Nature's architecture, Sark. 
1898. 652 A fairy Grotto, Sark. 

1902. 743 A monarch of the shore, Sark. 



TOPPING. F Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1 78 1. 58 View after nature. 

1782. 402 Water-mill at Milton in Kent. 
537 View of the Maratta Pagoda 

atTanjore in the East Indies, 
exhibiting the Choultry and 
Bull, which latter is formed 
of a single stone 14 feet high, 
taken within the precincts 
of the Pagoda wall. 

1783. 167 View of the City of Rochester. 

1 784. 43a Upnor Castle on the river Med- 

way. 

1785. 454 Ships of war in a river. 

1786. 502 View of St. Margaret's church- 

yard near Rochester. 

TOPPING, M Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1783. 168 View near Sittingboume in 
Kent. 

TORMER, B Painter. 

Rome, 
1852. 100 The wedding morning — ill- 
omen. 

TORPEY, Miss Marguerite... Painter. 
120, Go7C'er Street, 
1904. 442 The old nurse. 

TORRELLI, Professor Lot. 

Sculptor. 

Florence, and 

F, de Soldato and Co,, 

3, Garrick Street, 

1876. 1505 Fidelity; terra-cotta, statuette. 

1 5 12 The love message; terracotta. 

1879, 1515 La Vergognosetta. (The little 

bashful one.) Statue, marble. 
Taylor Institution, Oxford, 

1880. 1567 Young Masaniello; statuette, 

marble. 
Lot Torelli, 

28, Viale Principe Eugenio, 

Florence, 

1886. 1857 "Ultimiamori"; bust, marble, 

TORROMfe, Frank J Painter. 

57, Palace Hill, Tulse Hill, 
1898. 90 Austrian Cuirassiers at the 
Battle of Dubitza, 1 788. 
1126 Snarleyow. 
1900. 451 Despatches. 

590 Vincit -^thiops. 
687 The victor. 

29, Blakesley Avenue, Ealing, 
1903- 57" El Domador. 
1904. 640 A flash in the pan. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



II 



TOTT, Countess Dc. See D, vol. ii, 
pages 313, 314. 

TOTTIE, C Architect. 

47, York Road^ Lambeth, 
1839. 1090 National Monuments. 

14, University Street, 
1842. 994 A royal academy for the fine 
arts, etc. 
1 1 29 Design for the Manchester and 
Birmingham Railway Ter- 
minus at Manchester. 



TOULMIN, E. O Painter. 

Neville Cottage^ Brixton, 
1844. 1 131 A sketch. 

16^ James Terrace^ Peckham, 
1850. 255 Sketch of a lane near St Mary 
Cray. 
10, Montpelier Roady 

Twickenham, 
1852. 256 A grove near Dysart House, 
Ham. 



TOUNEUR, Miss Louise ... Painter. 
22, Rue (TAtKtneSy Paris, 
1890. 53 Miss Childers. 



TOUNIER, Gaspard Architect. 

52, Sydney Street^ Brompton, 
1878. 1 148 A bit of the Manchester Town 
Hall, etc. 



TOURRIER, Alfred Hoist... Painter. 

68, Wimpole Street, 
1857. 423 The cavalier. 

41, Manchester Street^ 

Manchester Square, 

1859. 448 Love me — love me not. 

1862. 455 Faust on the Brocken. ^^ Faust, 

Mephisto, do you see yonder 

a pale, fair girl? she drags 

herself but slowly from the 

place, etc." — Faust, Goethe, 

13, St, Leonardos Terrace, 

Maida Hill. 
1865. 493 The Prisoner. "Vnhappie is 
that name whose actes doth 
proever the miserie of this 
life in prison to indvre." — 
Inscriptions from the Tower 
of London, 
Gothic House, 

22a, Mortimer Street, 
1867. 230 The Missal. 
433 Matins. 



1868. 656 The cloisters. 

5, Dorset Street, Baker Street, 

1869. 263 La s^r^nade. 

292 " Louis XI s'obstinait k vouloir 
vivre. II avait obtenu du 
Roi de Naples qu'il lui en- 
voyit *le bon sainte homme ' 
Frangois de Paule: il le 
regut comme le pape, se 
mettant k genoux devant 
lui, afin qu'il lui pl(it allonger 
sa vie." — Michelet. 
Paris, and 
5, Dorset Street, Baker Street, 

1870. Ill Henry II of France and Diana 

of Poitiers witnessing the 
execution of a Protestant. 
" Henry II, though not of a 
cruel disposition, was in- 
duced by anger and wounded 
pride to join in the persecu- 
tion of the Protestants 
through being brought in 
contact with one of his own 
domestics, whose resistance 
provoked his hatred to Pro- 
testantism. 

" The man chosen for this 
experiment by Diana of 
Poitiers and the Cardinal of 
Lorraine was a workman em- 
ployed by the king's tailor. 
This unfortunate man being 
brought into the King's pres- 
ence, defended his religious 
principles with great firmness 
and dignity, and interrupting 
Diana as she advanced to 
make a remark, he exclaimed, 
* Madam, rest satisfied with 
having infected France with 
your infamy, but touch not 
those things which appertain 
to God.' The King at these 
words, furious beyond con- 
trol, swore he would see him 
burnt alive. 

"Henry was present at the 
execution, but was so over- 
come that he was obliged to 
leave the window. The 
martyr, enduring the horrible 
suffering with the greatest 
courage and firmness, kept 
his eyes fixed upon the King, 
who, horror-stricken and 
terrified, fied, saying that 
never again would he wit- 
ness so horrible a sight." — 
Michelet, 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Tourricr, Alfred Hoist — continued, 
SL John's Wood Studios, 

I, Queen^s Terrace, 

187 1. 1096 Gold. 

1 172 The guide. 

1872. 1007 Recruits of the League. 

1873. 969 Lost 

29, Clarence Rocul, 

Kentish Town, 

1880. 1078 The soldier's story. "Of mov- 

ing accidents by flood and 
field, eic:'— Othello. 
5, Gains/ord Street, 

Kentish Town, 

1881. 322 Galileo before the Inquisition. 

" Galileo the eminent astro- 
nomer, was brought before 
the tribunal of the Holy In- 
quisition, in the year 1633, 
and called upon, under 
threat of torture, to recant 
his opinion that the world 
moves and the sun is station- 
ary. 

"In accordance with the 
sentence passed by the mem- 
bers of the Holy Tribunal, 
Galileo was compelled to 
make the following degrad- 
ing recantation: *I, Galileo 
Galilei, son of the late Vin- 
cenzo Galilei, Florentine, 
aged seventy years, arraigned 
personally before this tri- 
bunal, and kneeling humbly 
before you, swear to the 
effect that I abandon the 
false opinion that the sun is 
the centre of the world and 
immovable, and that the 
earth is not the centre.' " — 
Mrs, Sturge. 
4, Shakespeare Road, 

Heme Hill, 
1888. 895 A cry for mercy; Queen 
Christina of Sweden and 
Monaldeschi. 

TOURRIER, G. L Painter. 

33, Shirland Road, 

McUda Vale, 
1870. 993 Hard times. 

3, Bristol Gardens, 

Maida Vale, 
1874. 638 Behind the mask: 
1876. 907 At home. 

TOURRIER, J Painter. 

2^%, Park St., Grosvenor Square, 
TS34. 531 Sea coast. 



1834. 


857 View near Chatham. 




158, New Bond Street, 


1835- 


723 View in the Pyrenees. 


1836. 


968 Landscape, composition. 




29, Newman Street, 


1837. 


956 Near the Medway. 




8, Duke Street, Portland Place, 


1838. 


990 Interior. 




996 Landscape. 




69, Charlotte Street, 


1839. 


1075 Landscape, composition. 


1843. 


880 Sunset. 




890 Scene in Ireland. 




1 145 do. do. 


1845. 


619 Landscape, composition. 


1846. 


1066 do. do. 


1848. 


758 View in Germany. 



TOUSSAINT, Augustus. 

Miniature Painter. 
5, Denmark Street, Soho. 
1775- 3'o Portrait of a lady. 

311 do. gentleman. 

312 do. do. 

1776. 305 do. lady; miniature. 

1777. 350 A frame with two portraits in 

miniature. 

1778. 316 A frame with five orders, be- 

longing to the lodge of the 
nine muses, in enamel, from 
designs by Mr. Cipriani. 

1779. 329 A lady; in enamel. 

1780. 282 Frame, with miniatures. 

45, Great Russell Street, 

1 781. 327 A frame, with miniatures. 

1782. 317 Two portraits; the upper one 

enamel. 

1783. — {77ie name in the index, but no 

exhibit in the catalogue,) 

1784. 272 Portrait of a gentleman. (Z/Vtt/. 

Stone,) 

1785. 292 Portrait of a lady; in enamel. 

1786. 310 do. lady. 

321 do. gentleman. 

1787. 3S7 do. lady. 

1788. 289 do. young gentleman. 

TOVBY, Miss Mary S Painter. 

43, Harley Street, 

1872. 60 Everyone's darling. 

1873. 629 O sweet pale Margaret. "Oh! 

rare pale Margaret, etc." — 
Tennyson, 
90 X Miss Jessie Macgregor. 

5, Belsize Crescent, 

1874. 102 A profile. 
220 Portrait. 

1875. 12 Mrs. Llewellyn. 

1876. 883 Richard Wilson, second son of 

Mathew Wilson, Esq. 



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13 



TOVBY, Samuel Griffiths ... Painter. 

1 7, Edward Street 

1847. "o' The Lady Chapel, Wells Cathe- 

dral. 
1 1 IS Henry VII Chapel, Westmin- 
ster Abbey. 

1848. 386 On the Grand Canal, Venice. 
1855. 195 Near the Theatre Malibran, 

Venice. 

Cotham^ Bristol, 
1838. 967 Interior of the Campanile of 
St. Mark, Venice. 



TOWER, Walter E Architect. 

82, Ebury Street, 
1896. 1758 Domestic chapel for the County 
Industrial Home, Stafford. 



TOWERS, 



1878. 743 

1879. ^o^ 

1880. 908 

1881. 727 

1882. 1006 

1883. 934 

1884. 1036 
1886. 316 

1889. 1340 



1897. 622 



1899. 

I90I. 


"43 
1054 


TOWERS, 


1884. 
1892. 


1124 
1241 
1324 


1894. 


1 143 


1895. 


634 


1897. 
1898. 
1900. 
1902. 


1270 

1168 

1227 

807 



James Painter. 

130, Bedford Road^ 

Rockferryy Liverpool, 
A Welsh mountain path. 
An autumn evening. 
The frozen stream. 
A rest by the way. 
King Arthur's Castle, Tintagel, 

Cornwall. 
Thoughtful moments. 
A Welsh wood — winter. 
A gipsy encampment. 
30, Rockville Street^ Liverpool, 
Summer-time, near Kingstown, 

Ireland. 
1 2, West Bank Road^ 

Birkenhead, 
Colby Glen, Isle of Man. 
LLeaverham^ Kemsing^ 

near Sevenoaks, 
Autumn in the woods. 
Evening in August. 



Samuel Painter. 

57, Bridge Street^ Bolton, 
Bolton-le-Moors from the Park. 
A misty October — morning. 
Mouth of the Estuary, Bar- 
mouth. 
Lower Knotts^ Harwood^ 

Bolton-le-Moors, 
Flowers. 

Glan^ Conway^ North Wales, 
Thistledown. 

Bron Avon Junction^ Conway, 
The day's labour ended. 
The last of October. 
Spring time. 
Houghton Mill on the Ouse. 



TOWGOOD, Miss Mary Y. 

Miniature Painter. 

21, Canjield Gardens^ 

South Hampstead, 
1895. 1174 Stephanie. 

67, Linden Gardens^ W. 
1897. 145s Lady Hilda Finch, daughter of 
the late Earl of Aylesford. 
1472 Bryan, son of E. Warren, Esq. 

22, Avonmore Roady 

West Kensington, 
1899. H07 A harvest. 

1438 Herbrand, son of Lieut.-Col. 
W. H. WUliams, R.A. 

TOWNE, Charles Painter. 

26, Gracechurch Street, 
1799. 232 A spaniel dog; portrait. 

260 Landscape, with portraits of a 
gentleman and three dogs. 

502 Straw-yard with a horse. 

503 Cattle. 

838 Portrait of a gentleman and 
trotting mare. 
At Mr, Series, 

near the Church, 

Camberwell, 
1 80 1. 522 Landscape and cattle — Morn- 
ing. 
679 Landscape and cattle — Even- 
ing. 
1804. 253 Woodland scene on the banks 
of a river, with cattle. 
629 Landscape; watering cows — 
evening. 

C, Town, no address, 

1806. 936 Interior of Westminster Abbey. 

C Town, 2 7, Ne7v Bond Street, 

1807. 40 Sketch on the Thames. 

29, New Bond Street, 
181 2. 495 Fish market. 

TOWNE, Edward, Junr Painter. 

E, Town, 

159, New Bond Street, 

1806. 332 Sketch from nature. 

1807. 452 A study. 

E, Towne,Junr,, 

27, New Bond Street, 

1808. 90 A sketch from nature. 

Edward Town, Junr, 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1809. no A study from nature near 

Windsor. 

TOWNE, Francis Painter. 

At Mr, Parses, Percy Street, 
1775' 3»3 A small landscape after nature. 
314 Ditto, its companion. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Townc, Francis — continued, 

Exeter, 
1779* 33® A view on the river Exe, taken 
near the seat of Sir Francis 
Drake, Devonshire. 
331 A view in North Wales, near 
Llangollen in Denbighshire. 
1780. 21 View in Devonshire. 
24 do. do. 

78, St.Jame^s Street. 

1788. 171 View in the Grisons near the 

source of the Rhine. 
At Mr. DownmatCs^ 

5, Leicester Fields. 

1789. 123 View taken near Martinach in 

Switzerland. 
184 View taken on the Lake of 
Como. 

1792. 197 A view on the banks of the 

Tyber at Rome. 

1793. 214 A view in Neptine's grotto of 

the Sybil's temple at Tivoli. 

1794. 295 A view of St. Peter's at Rome. 

Exeter. 

1796. 284 A landscape. 

1797. 615 A view of Mynwydd-Mawr fall 

in North Wales. 

1798. 55 s Fall oftheCayne, North Wales. 

30, Wigmore Street. 
1800. 169 View at Rome — afternoon. 
211 View at Tivoli — morning. 
1803. 677 View ofthe passage over Mount 
Splugen in the Alps. 
39, Queen Anne Street West. 

1808. 193 A landscape and figures. 
396 The cascade at Tivoli. 
46 s Mount Blanc. 

467 The City and Lake of Como, 

1809. 330 View of Netley Abbey. 

383 View at Grasmere, in West- 
moreland. 

525 View of the Chateau de 
GleroUes, on the Lake of 
Geneva. 

589 View near the Chateau de 
Chillon at the head of the 
Lake of Geneva. 

1810. 137 A farm near Henley-on- 

Thames. 

TOWNB, J Painter. 

30, Fetter Lane. 
1784. 490 Portrait of a clergyman. {Mr. 
Ccuiogan.) 

TOWNB, J Sculptor. 

Guy's Hospital. 
1834. 1057 Marble bust of William Mor- 
gan, Esq., state-actuary of 
the Equitable Assurance. 



1834. 
1835. 



1075 



1073 



1091 



1318 



1368 



Marble bust of Benjamin 
Harrison, Esq. 

Marble statue of the Duke of 
Wellington. 

Marble bust of B. Harrison, 
Esq. 

1836. 11 SI Marble bust of Sir Astley 
Cooper, Bart., Serjeant-Sur- 
geon to the King, D.C.L., 
F.R.S., etc. 

Posthumous bust, in marble, of 
the eldest son of Dr. Ash- 
well. 

Marble bust of the late Randle 
Jackson, Esq., barrister-at- 
law. 

Marble bust of the Duke of 

Wellington, executed for the 

Junior United Service Club. 

1305 Sleeping child; a statue in 

marble. 
1333 Posthumous bust, in marble, of 

a young lady. 
1 1 58 Marble bust of a lady. 
1 194 Bust in marble of the late Rev. 
Hugh J. Rose, late principal 
of King's College. 
1 84 1. 1230 A basso-relievo, in marble, of 
Christ restoring sight to the 
young man born blind; part 
of a monument to be erected 
in Clothworkers' Hall to the 
late Mr. Thwaytes in com- 
memoration of a munificent 
bequest to be applied for the 
relief of the indigent blind. 
889 The late John Frederick Grun- 
ing, Esq. 



1837. 
1838. 

1839. 
1840. 



1866. 



TOWNE, T Painter. 

IValtham Abbey. 
118 Portrait of a lady; crayons. 
Fond Street^ 

JIampstead Road^ and 
115, St. Martinis Lane. 
196 Portrait of an officer. 

Albion Street^ Blackfriars. 
139 Portrait of a gentleman. 
425 Portraits of a lady and child. 
70 The Albion Mills on fire. 
187 Portraits of a gentleman and 

son. 
436 Portrait of a lady. 



1787. 



1788. 

1789. 
1790. 
1791. 



TOWNLEY, Charles. 

Miniature Painter. 
2, Tavistock Row^ 

Cavent Garden. 
1779. 332 A Venus in miniature. 



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Arlington Street^ Piccadilly. 

1780. 258 Portrait of a child. 

1 781. 1S7 do. lady of quality. 
302 do. gentleman, (^r. 

Rush,) 

1782. 288 Portrait of a young nobleman. 
429 do. lady. 

1783. 286 Frame with two portraits. 
318 Portrait of a lady. 

1784. 269 A beggar's child. 

15, Duke Street, St. James's, 

1785. 339 Portrait of a gentleman. 
495 do. clergyman. 

(Engraver to the King of Prussia.) 

38, Greek Street, Soho, 
1792. 575 A gentleman. 

577 A young gentleman. 
636 Three children. 

149, Drury Lane. 
1795* 497 Portrait of a lady. 

TOWNLEY, J Painter. 

Doctor^ Commons, 
1783. 366 Basket of flowers. 

TOWNLEY, Miss Minnie ... Painter. 
Wellington Road, Birmingham. 
1876. 143 Fir trees, Malvern Wells. 

TOWN ROE, Reuben Sculptor. 

91, Church Street, Chelsea, 
1875. "*9 The late Captain Francis 

Fowke, R.E.; medallion. 
1880. 1 52 1 A portrait; medallion. 

TOWN SEND. ^^ Banks and Towns- 
end, vol. i, page 106. 

TOWNSEND, Alfred O Painter. 

Moorend, Hambrook, Bristol. 

1889. 1396 Moonrise — Bristol Harbour. 

1890. 1221 The silent pool above the dam. 

Ivydene, 

36, Lower Redland Road, 

Bristol. 

1902. 799 A grey day; I^igh Woods, 

Clifton. 
902 Newnham-on-Severn — Sunset 

TOWNSEND, Charles Harrison. 

Architect. 
29, Great George Street. 

1895. 1500 Bishopsgate Institute. 

1896. 1638 Picture Gallery in Whitechapel. 

1898. \^^\ CliflT Towers. 

1899. 1820 Whitechapel Picture Gallery. 

1903. 1466 A Village Cross, West Meon, 

Hants. 
1621 Pulpit, Bristol Cathedral. 

1904. 1612 Cliff Towers, Devon — ^seafront. 



TOWN SEND, Frederick Painter. 

Oakfield, Leamington. 
186 r. 724 Old watch tower, overlooking 
the Bay of Salerno. 
805 Heather in bloom, Deeside, 

Braemar. 
852 Venice. 
1862. 961 Pool on the plains of Paestum, 
looking towards the moun- 
tains of Calabria and the 
village of Capucchio. 
1864. 648 Capri. 

20, Winchester Street. 
1866. 488 Old Mill, Poltesco Valley, 
Cornwall. 

TOWNSEND, Frederick H. 

Painter. 
7, Mercers Road, Holloway. 
1888. 1637 Skirmish. 

1639 Reconnoitring. 

TOWNSEND, Frederick John. 

Painter. 

Chertsey. 
1872. 91 The parting gleam, near St. 
Riran, Cornwall. 

TOWNSEND, Henry James. 

Painter. 
2, Frith Street, Soho. 
1839- 493 Sterne and Maria. "Her goat 
had been as faithless as her 
lover; and she had got a 
little dog in lieu of him, 
which she had kept tied by 
a string to her girdle; as I 
looked at her dog, she drew 
him towards her with the 
string. *Thoushalt not leave 
me, Sy 1 vio, ' said she. I looked 
in Maria's eyes, and saw she 
was thinking more on her 
father than her lover, or her 
little goat." — Sentimental 
Journey, 
520 A portrait. 

Blandford Cottage, 

Old Brompton. 

1 84 1. 806 The ballad. 

1842. 369 Virginia discovered by the old 

man and Domingo. "The 
pale purple hues of death 
were blended on her cheek 
with the blush of virgin 
modesty. One of her hands 
was placed upon her clothes, 
and the other, which she 
held to her heart, was fast 
closed, and so stiffened that 



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Townscnd, Henry James — continued. 

it was with difficulty I took 
from its grasp a small box; 
how great was my emotion 
when I saw it contained the 
picture of Paul, which she 
had promised him never to 
part with while she lived." — 
Paul and Virginia, 

1843. 626 A soldier relating a tale of war to 

Joan of Arc and her parents. 

1844. 389 The fatal letter of Charles I in- 

tercepted by Cromwell and 
Ireton. "We ungirt the 
saddle and carried it into 
the stall where we had been 
drinking; then, tipping up 
one of the skirts of the 
saddle, we there discovered 
the letter. In this letter, the 
King, alluding to Cromwell 
and Ireton, observed, that 
when the proper time came 
he should furnish the rogues, 
not with a silken garter, but 
with a hempen cord." — 
Morrice^ Guizoty etc, 
1327 A painter's model. 

1845. 323 Ariel. "The moon is up and 

yet it is not night." 

1846. 445 "He at all times preferred 

studying from nature to fol- 
lowing rules that were then 
but imperfectly understood; 
and he was in the habit of 
inviting the Contadini and 
people of the lower orders to 
sup with him, telling them 
the most ridiculous stories, 
that he might delineate their 
natural expressions of rude 
delight. He would then 
show them their own like- 
nesses, which no one could 
possibly behold, without 
laughter at the ridiculous 
faces he had caricatured." — 
Life of Leonardo, 

1847. 573 Shades of Evening. 

I, Adelaide Terrace, 

1848. 682 Miranda contemplating the 

storm. "Oh! I have suf- 
fered with those that I saw 
suffer." 

1849. 4' Among the Lynmouth hills. 
395 A nook on the coast, 

23, Murray St,, Camden Tatvn, 

1850. 843 The evening wind. "Spirit that 

breathest through my lat- 
tice, etc." — Bryant, 



1 7, Carlton Road, 
1859. 385 Beside the still waters. 

33, Carlton Road, 
1863. 729 The good Samaritan. "Which 
now of these three, thinkest 
thou, was neighbour unto 
him that fell among thieves, 
etz:'—Luke, X, 36, 37. 
1866. 600 The wayside. 

TOWNSEND, J Painter. 

1 7, Brompton Row, 

1 84 1. 105 Near Harrow. 

18, Gloucester Grove, 

Old Brompton, 

1842. 1033 A windmill. 

TOWNSEND, Mrs. Louisa. 

Miniature Painter. 
Trafalgar Lawn, Barnstaple, 
1896. 1327 Dr. Sadler. 

TOWNSEND, Miss Mary ... Painter. 
39, Gloucester Street, 
1845. 100 Guardian Angels. "How oft 
do they their silvre bowers 
leave To come to succour 
us that succour want." — 
Spenser, 
101 Portrait of her brother, 
1073 Portrait 

1847. 436 A portrait. 

1848. X084 do. 

TOWNSEND, Miss Pattie (after- 
wards Mrs. Johnson) Painter. 

Attleborough Hall, Nuneaton, 
1 88 1. 784 An old footbridge. 
812 At Kildonan, Arran. 
Mrs, Patty Townshend, 

The Close, Nuneaton, 
1892. 1250 A quiet nook. 
{See Mrs. Patty Townsend Johnson, 
vol. iv, page 255.) 

TOWNSEND, Thomas S..,. Sculptor. 
Atelier, Prof, Hildebrand, 

Mciffei- Anger, Munich 
1894. 1800 Portrait; relief. 

TOWNSEND, W. G. Paulson. 

Architect. 

16, Coleheme Mansions ^ S, W, 

1899. 1607 Design for wrought-iron gates. 

TOWNSHEND, Arthur Louis. 

Painter. 
4, Stratford Avenue, 

Kensington. 
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Denson Cottage^ Neivmarket, 

1884. 1^7 A farmyard study. 

1885. 4»6 " Jannette" and her foal. 
5SZ The gem of the paddocks. 

1003 A bit on Newmarket heath. 

12, Rue Vavin^ Paris, 
1895. 890 An American smithy. 

TOWNSMEN D, James Painter. 

54, Harrington Street^ N, W. 
1883. 61 "When summer leaves are 
flown." 

225, Hampstead Road, 
1888. 1109 The last leaves of autumn. 

1890. 868 Bracken and birch. 

1891. 539 The edge of the birchwood. 

1 1 2, Prince of Wale^ Road, 
1895. 180 " When orchard blossoms deck 

the bough." 

28, Momington Crescent, 
'897' 557 "When the earth is gay with 

blossoming." 

112, Prince of Wales's Road, 
1900. 799 In Shakespeare's country. 
1902. 827 The last gleam of eventide. 

TOZER, Henry E Painter. 

Cape Cornwall^ 

St, Just ^ Cornwall, 

1892. 1018 Surf and rocks at the mouth of 

the Cove. 

TRAFFORD, Lionel J Painter. 

I, Turner Studio^ Glebe Place, 
1899. 466 The Somnambulist. 

TRAIES, William Painter. 

At Mr, Hooper's, 
32, Marylebone Street^ 

Golden Square, 
181 7. 100 Landscape. 

Friary^ Exeter, 

1822. 8z Sunset; sketch from nature. 
123 Waterfall on the Teign, near 

Lustleigh, Devon. 

Exeter, 
1845. '*'* I-andscape. 

TRAIL, Miss A. A. 

Miniature Painter. 
34, Gerrard Street, 

1823. 789 Miss Carnegie and her sister. 
856 W. Stirling, Esq. 

1824. ^48 Portrait of a lady. 
78a Mrs. Gillespie. 

1825. 628 Mrs. Erskine and children. 

1826. 665 The Rev. W. Chalmers. 
831 Portrait of a lady. 

21, Lower Brook Street, 
1831. 739 The Rev. Dr. Baines, 

VIII. 



1 83 1. 873 The Cardinal Prince Odes- 

calchi. 

Hammersmith, 

1832. 785 Portrait of an officer of the 

Bengal Engineers. 
850 Neapolitan lady. 
879 Miss Loughman. 

137, New Bond Street, 

1833. 849 Portrait of a lady. 

863 The Rev. Nerses Sazarien. 



TRAPPES, Francis M Painter. 

96, Gracechurch Street, 
1876. 274 Woodcock shooting. 

316 A passing shower. 
1878. 162 Coopersale church. 
1880. 43 The cover side. 
364 Still water. 
i486 An Essex waste. 

Epping^ Essex. 
1885. 758 Gomshall, Surrey. 



TRAUTSCHOLD, William. 

Painter. 

W, Transchold, 

Seaforth House^ Liverpool, 
1849. 53 Portrait of Sheridan Knowles. 
W, Trautsckold, 

12, Fitzroy Square, 
1862. 559 Baron Liebig. 
1866. 695 Scene in the Black Forest. 
1869. 541 Morning. 
1871. 765 Near Top-y-Fron, Wales. 

15, Regenfs Park Terrace, 
1873. 1222 In the New Forest — beech 
openings. 



TRAVERS, George Painter. 

70, West India Dock Cottages^ 
Poplar, 

1851. 573 The way-side. 

1852. 1276 On the coast. 

1853. 204 Winter. 

227 High Beach, Essex. 

1854. 1329 Winter — Essex. 
1859. 1 106 Evening. 



TRAVIS, Henry Painter. 

7, Adam Street^ Adelphi, 

1824. 789 Portrait of a gentleman. 

{Travis in the index ^ but Fran- 
cis in the catalogue,) 

17, Adam Street. 

1825. 744 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Liverpool, 
1832. 58 An amateur. 

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TRAVIS, H Architect. 

Argyie Villa^ Sydenham, 
1873. "^' The City of Olympia from 
Mount Saturn, with the 
Temples of Jupiter and Juno 
restored. The estate of 
Zenophon in the distance. 

TRAYER, Jules Baptiste Jules. 

Painter. 
I, Belle Vue, Hampstead, 
1869. 781 Les premieres legons. 
c\o Messrs, VokinSy 

14, Great Portland Street, 
1882. 895 The sempstresses, Normandy. 
913 An Infant School, do. 

TREADWELL and MARTIN. 

Architects. 

2, Waterloo Place, S, W. 

1904. 143 1 St. John's Hospital, Leicester 

Square. 

1 544 Holy Trinity Mission Church, 

Tulse Hill. 
1562 78-81, Fleet Street. 

TREAVES, E Architect. 

Brewer Street. 
181 5. 849 Design for a mansion. 

TREE, Philip H Architect. 

59, London Road, 

St. Leonardos, 
1887. 1621 Highland Gardens, St. Leon- 
ard's-on-Sea. 
1764 do. do. do. 

1892. 1673 House, etc.. Battle, Sussex. 

1893. '495 Church, etc., Bexhill-on-Sea. 

59, London Road, 

St, Leonard's, 

1899. 1707 Western Gables, Hollington, 

Sussex. 
59, Linden Road, 

St, Leonardos, 

1900. 1882 Hill Crest overlooking Rye, 

Sussex. 
59, London Road, 

St, Leonard's, 
1902. 1399 Wood Rising, Rye, Sussex. 

TREE (P. H.) and PRICE (I. S.). 

Architects. 

59, London Road, 

St, Leonard's, 
1895. 1476 Cottages at Ninfield, Sussex. 

TREEBY, J. W., Junr Painter. 

121, Westbourne Terrace, 
1869. 194 An Arab Soldier. 



36, Abingdon Villas. 
187 1. 146 Head of a Monk. 

8, Victoria Groi^e Terrace, 
1873. 925 Caught. 

91, Marylebone Road, 
1875. 1162 The heron at rest. 

TREEN, W Painter. 

Northgate, Highgate, 
1833. 343 A lady. 

TREMAYNE, Miss Constance. 

Miniature Painter. 
Bellefield, Upper Tulse Hill, 
1898. 1280 Ethel. 

TRENDALL, E. W Architect. 

18 1 6. 792 Design for a church. 

II, High Street, Marylebone. 

181 7. 937 Design for a Triumphal Arch. 

18 18. 948 do. cenotaph. 

181 9. 1080 do. church. 

5 5> Crawfurd Street, 

1820. 903 Design for a mausoleum. 
938 do. do. 

182 1. 935 do. entrance to park. 

5, King Street, 

Portman Square. 

1822. 892 Design for a national monu- 

ment. 

130, Crawfurd Street, 

1823. 1028 Design for a theatre. 

28, Edward Street, 

1824. 924 Design for a chapel and ceme- 

tery. 

1825. 927 Design for a cenotaph to the 

memory of Lord Byron, 

37, Nutf or d Place, 

1827. 943 Design for a gothic lodge. 

40, Old Bond Street, 

1828. 993 Design for a villa. 

1073 do. gothic church. 

1829. 1005 do. fountain. 

1830. 1 143 do. Library and Baths, 

East Cliff, Brighton. 

1 83 1. 965 Design for a park entrance. 

5, Allsop's Street, 

Regent's Park, 

1832. 498 Landscape, Composition. 

57, Beaumont Street, 

1835. 1027 Grand stand on the race ground 

at Epsom. 

41, Hotvland Street. 

1836. 993 Residence on the Coast of 

Normandy. 

TRENTACOSTE, Domenico. 

Sculptor. 
Kelston, Netherall Gardens. 
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1891. 2023 Edwin Long, R.A.; bust, mar- 

ble. 
233i Faubourg Saint Honoii^ 
Paris, 

1892. 1969 Pia de* Tolomei ; bust, marble. 
2005 Un primo dolore; statue. 

1893. 1704 Philip H.Calderon, Esq., R. A.; 

head, bronze. 

TRENTANOVE, A Sculptor. 

67, Berners Street, 
i860. 1050 The Earl of Hardwicke. 

1071 TheEarlof Malmesbury; mar- 
ble. 

1 86 1. 10 1 7 Richard Buckner. 
1 1 04 Signor Giuglini. 

1862. 1080 M. Leotard; marble bust 
1097 Countess of Desart; marble 

bust. 

1863. 1139 The late Mr. Farquharson of 

Invercauld. 

81, Wimpole Street. 

1864. 1041. Thomas W. Cock, Esq. 

(/ Cook)\ marble statuette. 

1865. 948 Flora; marble. 
973 Hon. Eliot Yorke. 

1868. 967 The Duke of Newcastle. 

973 The Duchess of Newcastle. 
1 122 Mrs. Hope. 

TRERY, Henry C Painter. 

Ill, Strand, 
1849. 353 Study. 

73, Swinton Street ^ 

Grays Inn, 
1853. *o3 Study of a dog's head. 

572 Lamb's head; painted from 
nature. 
1^54* 35 Sheep and lambs. 
34S Red deer; a sketch. 

TRESHAM, Henry, R,A Painter. 

Dover Street, 
1789. 200 Phryne at the Possidonian 

feasts. Athenaeus, Book 13, 

page 590, of his Dipno- 

sophists. 
219 Adam and Eve. — Paradise 

Lost^ Book V, verse 9th to 

13th. 
238 Landscape with animals. 
3 74 Athens delineated, from Cicero, 

de Legibus, lib. ii, cap. 2, 

page 185. 
429 Senator; a study. 
438 View of Mount Etna from 

Catania. 
460 Fabius; a study. 



1789. 477 Senator; a study. 
478 Priam; a study. 
522 Indians of the Coast of Mala- 
bar. 
530 Study of a school of Athens. 
542 Indians on the Coast of Mala- 
bar. 
George Street^ Hanover Square, 

1 79 1. 113 A sketch for an altar-piece. 
578 The Apotheosis of Metastasio. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1792. 80 "Maid, arise." — Luke^ chap. 8, 

ver. 54. 

1795. '9 St. Augustine preaching to 

King Ethelbert. 
239 A scene in Titus Andronicus. 

1796. 148 The lover of Virginia harangu- 

ing over her dead body. 
190 The Earl of Warren justifying 
the titles to his estate. 

1797. 8 Nymph and Cupid. 

14 View in the grounds at Stack- 
pool Court, Pembrokeshire. 
20 do. do. do. 

1 56 Death of Virginia. 
429 The Earl of Warwick's vow, 
previous to the battle of 
Tooton. 

1798. 119 Corisa and Satyr. — II Pastor 

Fido^ act 2, scene 7. 

The melancholy lover. {Latin 
quotation from Petrarca,) 

Athens. {Latin quotation from 
Cicero,) 

The painter has attempted 
to embody what Cicero con- 
ceived, and delineating a 
general view of Athens^ has 
embellished the foreground 
of the picture with groups of 
philosophers, poets, and 
eminent characters who 
flourished in the brilliant 
administration of Pericles, 

(Elected R.A.) 

1799. "* Christ and Nicodemus. "Mar- 

vel not that I said unto thee, 
ye must be born again." 
27, Lower Brook Street, 
1 80 1. 154 Danae. 

1803. 126 The Visionary Maraton in the 

world of spirits. — Vide Spec- 
tator^ vol. i. No. 56. 

1804. 145 The American Marathon meet- 

his wife and children in the 
World of Shades.— Ti^ 
Spectator, 
1806. 83 Christ instructing Nicodemus. 
99 St. Augustine's mission to King 
Ethelbert. 



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TRESS, Richard Architect. 

23, Littk St Thomas 

the Apostle. 
1848. 1230 Saffron Walden Com Ex- 

change. 
1850. 1 130 The City of London Work- 
house. 

TRB VAIL, Silvanus Architect. 

TrurOy Cornwall, 
1897. 1927 Passmore Edwards Free Li- 
brary, Cornwall. 

TREVOR, E Painter. 

E, Trevor^ London, 
1 84 1. 269 An interior. 

39, Penton Place, 
1846. 89 The gipsy Camp. 

TREVOR, Edward Painter. 

48, Crescent^ 

Salford^ Manchester, 
1885. 573 II Campanile, Capri. 

TREVOR, Miss Elizabeth. See Mrs. 
Lester Sutcliffe, vol. vii, page 305. 

TREVOR, Miss Helen Mabel 

Painter. 

96, Southampton Row, 
1881. 312 Breton boys "en retenue." 

i59> Boulevard St, Germain^ 
Paris. 

1894. 416 Int^rieur de p^cheur en Nor- 

mandie. 

1895, 3ia La mere du marin. 

TREWINNARD, Miss Anna. 

Miniature Painter. 
62, Theobald* s Row, 

Red Lion Square. 
1797. 990 Portrait of a lady, 
IOI2 do. an officer. 
1019 From Gay's Ballad. " Twas 
when the seas were roaring." 
{A, Trevinnard in the in- 
dex^ and Mrs. A. Trewin- 
nardin the catalogue,) 

19, Strand. 

1799. 807 A lady and children. 

i^A. Trevinnard intheindex^ 
and A. Trewinnard in the 
catalogue.) 
A, Trewinnard^ 89, Strand, 

1800. 883 A sleeping cupid. 
891 Mr. Curtis. 



1802. 846 Miss Curtice. 

Miss A, Trewinnard^ 

49, Strand. 

1803. 761 Venus and Cupid. 
766 Miss Mortimer. 
857 Master Browne, 

( The last two are put to A. Tre- 
winnard in the catalogue,) 
Miss A. Trewinard^ 

49, Strand. 

1804. ^9^ ^iss Elliot. 

705 Portrait of herself. 
748 Mrs. Roop. 

Mrs, A. Trewinnard^ 

40, Strand, 
1806. 629 Mrs. Fitzgerald. 

{Bryan mentions a Miss Anna Trevin- 
gard as an obscure painter.) 

TRIAUD, L. E. ...Miniature Painter. 
Z. Triaud^ 10, Bolton Street, 
1 8 1 1 . 72 Portrait of himself. 

(Z. Friend in the cata- 
logue,) 
L, E, Triand; no address, 

1 818. 729 Portrait of a young lady. 
785 do. do. 

Z. Triaud, 

1 5, Stafford Street^ Pimlico. 

18 19. 741 Portrait of a young lady. 

TRIER, Mrs. Adeline Painter. 

Black Forest Villa, 

Champion HiU. 
1879. 136 Spring flowers. 
188 1. 506 do. 

1427 Flowers. 
1887. 335 Peonies. 

6, The Terrace, Champion Hill. 
1893. 238 Autumn's farewell, 
1900. 566 Iris. 

1903. 269 Anemones. 
343 November. 

TRIGGS, Harry Inigo Architect. 

20, John Street, Adelphi, 

1898. 1628 A golf club-house. 

1899. 176 1 A block of almshouses. 
1790 A country house. 

Stafford House, Chiswick, 

1900. 1864 Design for a grammar school. 
1888 An entrance lodge. 

1902. 1465 A country house, etc. 
X488 do. do. 

8, South Parade, 

Bedford Park, 

1904. 1561 Design for a house in South 

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TRIMBN, A Architect. 

135, Regent Street, 
1842. 1 140 Wesleyan Theological Institu- 
tion, Richmond, Surrey. 
9, Adam Street^ Adelphi, 

1844. 1220 Mansion at Portsea, Hants. 

1845. '"^® Orangery at Gunnersbury Park 

for the Baroness de Roth- 
schild. 

1851. 3*5 The Monumental Tower to Sir 
John Barrow, late Secretary 
to the Admiralty. 

1854. 1179 Craven Hill Chapel, Hyde 
Park. 

TRIMMINGS, Miss Painter. 

2, Onslow Terrace^ 

South Lambeth, 
i860. 303 Fruit. 

(Trimmings in the index^ Trimming in 
the catalogue.^ 

TRIMNELL, Harold Architect. 

Woldingham^ Surrey, 
1904. 1573 House at Woldingham, Surrey. 
{See Trinnell.) 

TRINGHAM, Holland Painter. 

Somerville^ Barrow Road^ 

Streatham, 
1892. 1254 Toilers of the Nile. 
1894. 1 144 A bit of old Lynn. 

TRINGHAM, Mrs. W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1839. 782 Cruachen Ben from Dalmally, 
Argyleshire. 

TRINNELL, Harold C. ... Architect. 

White Cliff, Woldingham, 

Surrey, 
1900. 1729 Church of St. Edward, Barns- 
ley, Yorkshire. 
(See Trimnell.) 

TRIPP, Capel N Architect. 

Eldon Chambers, Gloucester, 
1 88 1. 1092 Raikes Memorial Church, 
Gloucester. 

TRIQUETI, Baron Henry De. 

Sculptor. 
Paris, or i, Poet^ Cotner, 

Westminster, 
1840. 1073 Sir Thomas More expounding 
the Scriptures to his family 
before his execution. " For 
some time preceding his 
condemnation, Sir Thomas 



More no longer feared death, 
but even wished for it. All 
his conversation tended to- 
wards that subject; he felt 
the necessity of speaking of 
it, partly to deceive nature 
itself, partly to prepare his 
family for it by degrees. He 
entertained them of the in- 
effable joys of heaven, of the 
tortures of hell. He told 
them how glorious it is, for 
the sake of Our Saviour Jesus 
Christ, to endure confine- 
ment, the loss of riches, or 
even life itself. And when 
by such eloquent discourse 
he had exalted the minds of 
his children, he would con- 
fide to them all the misfor- 
tunes which he foresaw were 
to happen." 
1848. 1329 Group in marble of a fawn and 
infant Bacchus. 
1342 Bas-relief in marble of an in- 
fant Jesus feeding birds, as 
an emblem of Divine Pro- 
vidence. 
•1369 Bas-relief in stone of an infant 
Moses saved from the waters. 

1418 Vase in bronze — the bas-relief 

represents Bacchus arriving 
in Gaul, and receiving the 
first-fruits of the most cele- 
brated vineyards. 

1419 A small ewer in bronze — the 

bas-relief represents thedeath 
of a cupid. 

1420 A small ewer in bronze — the 

bas-relief represents children 
at play. 

Rue Pigalle, Paris, 

1856. 1375 Genevieve de Brabant. "The 
ruffians hired to put Gene- 
vieve to death on a false ac- 
cusation, were moved to 
compassion, and allowed her 
and her child to escape to 
the Black Forest, where the 
child was suckled by a doe. 
For seven years this forest 
was their home." 

(See also De Triqueti, vol. ii, page 314.) 

TROBY Miniature Painter. 

i797« 957 A portrait. 



TROLLOPE, G. 

1839. 1 192 Villa. 



.Architect. 



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TROLLOPE, John E Architect. 

Elmfield^ Streatham, 
1 88 1. 1083 New Parochial Offices, West- 
minster. 

3, Crooked Lane^ E. C. 
1883. 1 144 The Red House, Esher. 

28, Craven Street 
1888. 1901 Thrale House, Tooting Com- 
mon. 

1 89 1. 1731 St. Stephen's Vicarage, Guern- 

sey. 
(See also Giles, Gough, and Trol- 
LOPE, vol. iii, page 238, and Notley and 
Trollope, vol. V, page 391.) 

TROOD, William Henry Hamilton. 
Painter and Sculptor. 
C. W. Trood, 

13, Trafalgar Studios y 

Chelsea. 

1879. 1554 "The Conference"; group, 

terra-cotta. 
W. H. Trood, 

13, Trafalgar Studios^ 

Chelsea. 

1880. 1629 " Lost in the snow." 

1653 " Incorrigible brute." 
1655 " How 's your mother? " 

1 88 1. 1518 Daddy's pet; terra-cotta. 

1882. 1639 Inquisitive puppies; terra- 

cotta. 

1654 A coveted bone; terra-cotta. 

1883. 161 1 "Don"; a portrait, terra-cotta. 
1683 Ferreting; terra-cotta. 

1884. 1578 No admittance except on busi- 

ness. (Oil painting,^ 
1801 "Chummy"; group, terra- 
cotta. 
18 19 Scent lost on the ice; group, 
terra-cotta. 

1885. 846 " Fellow feeling makes us won- 

drous kind." (Oil painting^ 
912 " The course of true love never 

did run smooth." (Oil 

painting.) 
1887. 740 "Feel better now?" (Oil paint- 

ing.) 
828 Dinner time — very hungry. 

(Oil painting.) 
1890. 184 "Six to one on the rabbit!" 

(Oil painting.) 

1892. 405 The old man's darling. (Oil 

painting.) 

1893. 415 " Wait till the clouds roll by "; 

Basset pups. 
433 Distracted attention. 
707 Sweet contentment. 

1894. 716 "Home, sweet home!" 

1895. 638 A plaintive duet. 
1898. 845 "Mind the bucket!" 



TROSSARELLI, J Painter. 






14, Charles Street^ 






Grosvenor Square. 


1793- 


388 


H.R.H. Prince William Henry 

of Gloucester. 
— Trossarilliy 

205, Oxford Street. 


1801. 


795 


Miss Murray. 




806 


Mr. Morland. 




807 


Mr. Carpenter. 




815 


Mr. Broderip. 
/. Trossarelli, 

59, Charlotte Street. 


1811. 


400 


Portrait of a lady. 




589 


A frame containing the por- 
traits of Mrs. Smith, Captain 
Woolley, the late Mr. Rauz- 
zini, two ladies and a gentle- 
man. 




682 


Mr. Prince, dentist. 


1812. 


490 


A bacchante. 




562 


H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex. 




673 


A frame containing six pictures. 




730 


— Leekie, Esq. 


1813. 


46s 


Mr. Vickery. 




482 A frame containing portraits 






of Mrs. Billington, Mr. 






Prince, Mr. J. Rendell, two 






ladies, and a gentleman. 




515 


Mr. H. Stuart. 


1814. 


454 


Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. 
Borzio, Mr. Lloyd, Mrs. J. 
Cumberlege and two ladies. 




<^35 


Mrs. Simpson and her children. 


1815. 


627 


A sleeping nymph. 




698 


Mrs. Emma Bailey. 


1816. 


601 


Mrs. E. Bayly. 




622 


A nymph. 


1817. 


755 


Their Royal Highnesses the 
Duke and Duchess of Glou- 
cester. 


1818. 


4?5 


Mrs. Sombel Wells. 




674 


Mr. Viotti. 




675 


Portrait of a lady. 




77^ 


Mr. Pellegrini. 




815 


Portrait of a lady. 


1819. 


743 


H.S.H. the Prince of Hesse 
Hombourg. 




764 


Mrs. Bulkeley. 


1820. 


809 


Mr. Gaddon. 


1821. 


659 Sigr. L. Cherubini. 




717 


Portrait of a lady. 


1822. 


349 


Virginia— Roman History. 




558 


The Eari of Pomfret. 


1823. 


224 


A Magdalen. 


1824. 


651 


Miss Darley. 




682 H.R.H. the Duke of Glouces- 



ter. 
1825. 116 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man. 



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23 



1825. 380 Christ raising the widow's son 
nigh to the gate of the city 
of Nain. — Sf. Luke, vii, 11- 

17- 
770 Mr. S. Chappell. 

TROTMAN, Miss Lillias Painter. 

55, Z/7//> /^oad, Fulham, 
1888. 1414 Little blue eyes. 

TROTT, John S Painter. 

25, Addison Terrace^ 

Not ting Hill. 

1890. 924 A Sussex millpond. 

1 89 1. 398 Evening stillness. 

1892. 623 A quiet comer. 

TROTTER, Miss Eliza H. ... Painter. 

1 1, Burton Street, Westminster, 
181 1. 425 Portrait of a young lady. 

TROTTER, Miss Painter. 

Royal Academy. 

1809. 484 The story book. 

1810. 37 > The beggar relating his story 

at the cottage door. 

181 1. 385 Peasant Girl; a scene in 

Windsor Forest; a sketch. 

18 1 2. 545 Cottage children. 

Vale Place, Haminersmith, 

18 1 5. 496 Portraits of Mr. Lee's children 

with their favourite animals. 

TROTTER, Thomas Painter. 

42, Great Portland Street. 
1780. 50 The morning star. 
3, Pall Mall Court, 

Pall Mall. 
1782. 115 Adelaide. From tales in verse 
by Mr. Pinkerton. 
7, Gresse Street, 

Rathbone Place. 

1785. 565 Portrait of the late Dr. Samuel 

Johnson ; a drawing in chalks 
from the life, about 1 8 months 
before his dissolution. 
1 1, Great Rider Street, 

St. Jameses. 

1786. 538 Portrait of a gentleman; whole 

length. 
2f, Queen^s Buildings, 

Knightsbridge. 
1 80 1. 327 View of the painted chapel and 
monuments, the dormitory 
of the ancient Hungerfords, 
Farley Castle, Somersetshire. 
394 View of the vault under the 
painted chapel, containing 
several of the bodies of the 



Hungerford family, Farley 
Castle. 
{T. Trotter was also an engraver.) 

TROUBETZKOY, Prince Paul. 

Painter. 

Goupil Gallery, 

5, Regent Street. 
1893. 1 761 Dante. 

TROUP, Francis W Architect. 

6, Sumner Place, 

South Kensington. 

1889. 1977 St. John's College, Oxford, etc. 

1890. 1752 Country mansion, etc. 
1753 do. do. 

9, Hart Street. 

1891. 1765 Chapel in the East of London. 

14, Gray's Inn Square. 
1898. 1790 Mansfield House, University 
settlement, Canning Town. 
1903. 1562 Spalding Hall, Hendon. 

TROWBRIDGE, Miss Lucy P. 

Miniature Painter. 
9, Rue Charlet, Paris. 
1897. 1513 Miss C. 

TROYE, J. M. C Painter. 

56, Ftith Street, Soke. 
1829. 314 Une Religieuse. 

TRUEFITT, Miss F Painter. 

65, Pfinces Street, Edinburgh. 
1873. 1226 Blanche, daughter of W. 
Skinner, Esq. 

TRUEFITT, George Architect. 

I, New Bond Street. 

1842. 1 168 Model of Salisbury Cathedral. 

1843. 1280 Interior of an old room at 

Hereford. 

5, Burwood Place. 
1845. 1219 Chancel of St. Mary's at Ticken 
cote, Rutland. 

6, Bloomsbury Square. 

1848. 1233 Army and Navy Club House, 

Pall Mall. 
1245 The font lately erected as a 
memorial in the Cathedral 
and parish church of the 
Blessed Virgin Mary, St. 
George, and St. Denis, Man- 
chester. 

1849. 1120 Savings* Bank of Newbury, 

Berkshire. 
1854. 1154 The new Lichgate railing at 

Horsham, Sussex. 
1862. 857 House at Barnet for B. Franklin 

Smith, Esq. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Trucfitt, George— continued, 

1870. S09 Bank, etc., at Altrincham, 
Cheshire, for W. Cunliffe 
Brooks, Esq., M.P. 

1876. 998 Tower of St. George's Church, 
Tufnell Park. 

1886. 1744 Mansion facing Rotten Row. 

TRUEFITT and WATSON. 

Architects. 
5, Bloomsbury Square, 
1894. 1613 London and South Western 
Bank, Holloway. 

TRUESDELL, Gaylord S.... Painter. 
30, Great Russell Street, 

1898. 604 One at a time; Holland. 

909 Changing pastures; Holland. 
43, Piccadilly, 

1899. 550 Coming from the dunes. 

TRUMBULL, John Painter. 

At Mr, Wesfs, 

Newman Street, 

1784. 68 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 

7I?w//<?.— Walpole.) 
1 53 The deputation from the senate 
presenting to Cincinnatus 
the command of the Roman 
armies. 

1785. 72 Portrait of a gentleman. 
94 do. do. 

432 do. soldier in the 

horse grenadiers. 

1786. 132 The return of Priam with the 

body of Hector. 
15, Clifford Street^ 

Bond Street, 
1809. 9 The Holy Family with St. John 
and his parents. 
85 View at the falls of the Yan- 
tick, a branch of the river 
Thames near Norwich, in 
North America. 
198 View of the falls of the Yan- 
tick, a branch of the river 
Thames near Norwich, North 
America. 
356 Portrait of a gentleman. 

31, Argyle Street, 
181 1. 87 Mrs. Sanderson. 

237 Ellen avoids Rhoderic Dhu at 
his landing, and with Allan 
Bane goes to meet her father. 
" And Douglas as his hand 
he laid On Malcolm's shoul- 
der, kindly said, etc." — Lcuiy 
of the Lake^ canto 11. 
427 Mr. Hamilton. 
457 Portrait of a lady. 



181 2. 331 "Then were brought unto him 

little children, that he should 

put his hand upon them, etc." 

— St, Matthew^ xix, 13, 14. 

Colonel Trumbull, 

President 0/ the Academy of Arts, 

New York, 

1 8 18. 275 The Portrait of D. Hosack, 
M.D., F.R.S. of London and 
Edinburgh, First Vice-Pre- 
sident of the Literary and 
Philosophical Society of 
New York, and Professor of 
the Theory and Practice of 
Medicine, etc., etc. 

TSCHAGGENY, Edmund ...Painter. 
C. Tschaggeny, 

18, Bow Lane, Cheapside, 
1850. 312 An episode of the field of 
battle. 
648 The straw yard. 

TSCHANN, Rudolf Painter. 

Guildford Lodge, Teddington, 
1884. 636 Head of a Munich model. 

TUCK, Harry Painter. 

56, Park Road, N. W, 

1883. 1004 Polperro, Cornwall. 

1884. 813 A corner of the hayfield. 

TUCK, William Henry Painter. 

120, Alexandra Road, 

St, fohn's Wood, 
1874. 1289 The Rt. Hon. H. C. E. Chil- 
ders. 

TUCKER, Alfred Robert (The Right 
Rev. Bishop of Mombasa)... Painter. 
Surbiton, Surrey, 
1894. 1422 The Victoria Nyanza. 



TUCKER, Arthur Painter. 




Windermere, 


1887. 


1220 A Westmorland farmstead. 


1888. 


1330 From Kentmere Hills to the 




Morecambe sands. 


1893. 


1055 A hillside, Balquhidder, Perth- 




shire. 


1894. 


1 199 A hillside, Glenogle. 


1895. 


1059 Near Killin, Perthshire. 


1897. 


1273 A cornfield, Westmoreland. 




1175 Late autumn, Westmoreland. 


1899. 


1018 A dalesman's home, Westmore- 




land. 


1900. 


1099 Kentmore Hall, Westmorland. 




1209 A breezy upland. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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1902, 870 A mountain farmstead. 

880 A Welsh village. 
1904. 935 The stillness of autumn. 

981 Grange, Borrowdale. 

TUCKER, Barff Painter. 

13, Newman Street 
1845. 122 Beatrice. 

123 Friar Tuck. "The hermit, as 
if wishing to answer to the 
confidence of his guest, 
threw back his cowl, and 
showed a round bullet head, 
belonging to a man in the 
prime of life."— 5/> Walter 
Scott. 

33, Percy Street. 
1850. 158 Mary Magdalene. 

TUCKER, Charles E Painter. 

24, Fiizroy Street. 
1895. ^'o Early June, Dartmouth Har- 
bour. 
10, Millbank Street^ 

Westminster, 
1899. 127 The forenoon, Holland. 

18, North Street^ Westminster, 
1904. 598 Apollo challenged by the night- 
ingale. 

TUCKER, Edward Painter. 

16, Francis Street^ Woolwich, 
1849. 717 Sunset. 

12, Park Crescent^ Clap ham, 
1852. S76 View of Cologne. 

TUCKER, Frederick Painter. 

Ambleside, 
1881. 726 Upon the lonely hills of Cum- 
berland. 
PavensmerCy Row Lane^ 

Southport. 
1883. 930 Abergeldie, from Coil-a-Cuich, 
Aberdeenshire. 
940 Winter, Skiddaw, Cumberland. 

TUCKER, G. Edward Architect. 

9, Duke Street Mansions^ 

Grosvenor Square, 
1898. 1672 Design for wrought-iron balus- 
trade. 

TUCKER, Raymond Painter. 

18, Hampton Terrace West, 

Clifton, Bristol, 
1852. 1075 Scene near Eaux Chaudes, 
Pyrenees. 
8, Winchester Street, Pimlico. 
i860. 831 Portrait of a lady. 

Vlll. 



1865 
1866. 



1861. 865 Study of a head. 
919 Captain Moore. 

14, Winchester Street, 

1862. 7*4 Edwin Canton, Esq., F.R.C.S., 

Surgeon to Charing Cross 
Hospital. 
766 The road through the wood. 

1863. 754 Master H 

778 Portrait of a lady. 
795 Waiting for the tide. 
700 The partners. 
760 Miss E. Woolf. 

Grosvenor Villa, 

Falcon Road, Clapham, 
1867. 7*9 Desdemona. **This to hear 
would Desdemona seriously 
incline." 
716 Master Jack. 
634 The review of the fleet. 
Longdawn Cottage, 

Sandhurst, Kent. 
702 On the shore, Ventnor. 
Edgeburrow, Crowihorne, 

Wokingham. 
755 Going to mass, Mont St. 
Michel. 

115, Charlotte Street. 
879 A bowl of punch. 
910 The fern gatherers. 
1065 The old ship carpenter. 
1097 The beauty of the Belle-Ile-en- 
Mer. 
St, Margaret* s Mansions, 

Victoria Street, 
Berdie. 
Cinderella. 
61, Eardley Crescent, 

EarPs Court. 
St. Peter's Port, Guernsey. 



1868. 
1869, 



1873. 
1878. 

1882. 
1883. 



1885 
1886, 



1667 
1286 



1 901 
1903 



93> 



900 Out of a friend's garden. 



TUCKER, Tudor St. G Painter. 

31, Paulton Square, Chelsea. 
150 Springtime. 
552 After a famous Victory. 

\2a, Edith Terrace, Chelsea. 
250 Day-dreams. 
374 Miss L. Reidy. 
100 A lamplight idyll. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



TUCKERMAN, S. Salisbury. 

Painter. 

121, Marylebone Road. 

1874. 692 Hastings fishermen beaching 

their boats in a storm. 

Kin/ore, near Stourbridge, 

1879. 229 Dutch boats coming to anchor 

off the beach at Zaandvoort, 

near Haarlem, Holland. 

E 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



TUDOR, J. O Painter. 

/. Tudor, Lamb's Conduit St. 
1809. 294 Tintern Abbey on the River 
Wye. 
295 Abergavenny, seen from the 

Skirryd. 
457 A gleam of Sunshine in a 
stormy day — the town of 
Monmouth. 
499 Scene on the Trothy brook, in 
a park of the Duke of Beau- 
fort's, Monmouthshire. 
15, Feather stone Buildings, 
Snowdon, Dolbardern Castle, 
and part of Llanberris 
Lake. 
Western entrance of Valle 
Crucis Abbey, Denbigh- 
shire. 
View between Capel Cerig and 

Beddgellert. 
Wood scene — Troy Park, Mon- 
mouth. 
/ O, Tudor, 

15, Featherstone Buildings, 
Conway Castle. 

do. 
A waterfall near Conway. 

4, Haymarket, 

From Cymbeline. *• Hail, thou 

fair Heaven! etc." Act iii, 

scene 3. 

The rocks at New Weir, on the 

river Wye. 

%,Judd Place, 

Abraham entertaineth three 

Angels. " My Lord, if now 

I have found favour in thy 

sight, etc." — Genesis, xviii, 

3,4. . 
1822. 124 The Solitary. "How blest the 
Solitary's lot, Within his 
humble cell, etc." — Burns, 



TUDOR, T Painter. 

Monmouth, 

1809. 329 View on the river Wye between 

Ross and Monmouth, near 

Coldwell. 
370 South-east view of Lanthony 

Abbey, now destroyed. 
392 South-west view of Lanthony 

Abbey, now destroyed. 

18 10. 368 Snowdon, from the upper Lake 

of Llynniau Nantle. 
373 View on the River Wye at 
Hadnock, near Monmouth. 

181 1. 279 Rocks above new Weir on the 

River Wye. 



I8I0. 


530 




849 


I8II. 


268 




310 


I8I4. 
I8I5. 
I8I6. 


339 

38s 
*73 


I8I8. 


598 


I8I9. 


329 


1820. 


2C9 



I8I2. 


743 




749 


I8I3. 


651 


I8I4. 


21 




292 


I8I6. 


75 


I8I7. 


459 


I8I8. 


406 




517 


I8I9. 


444 



181 1. 395 View of the Valle Crucis 
Abbey, Denbighshire. 

Monmouth. 

View of the Monmouthshire 
Hills from Staunton, 
Gloucestershire. 

Ragland Castle, Monmouth- 
shire. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Portraits of a lady and child. 

Portrait of Mrs. O. Tudor. 

The Rev. Dr. Bell. 

Mrs. Haffenden. 

Miss Walker. 

View of Ragland Castle, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

TUITE, J. T Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

— Tuite. 
18 1 8. 365 View in Flanders. 

/. T. Tuite, at Mr. Belt's, 

40, Bedford Row. 
1830. 3 A scene upon the coast of 
France, near Ambleteuse, on 
the morning of the 9th of 
February, 1830. 
311 Boulogne shrimp catchers re- 
turning home upon the ap- 
proach of a storm and rising 
of the tide. 



TUKE, 



1879. 

1880. 
1882. 



1884. 
1885. 



1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 



1890. 

1891. 
1892. 

1893. 
1894. 



, Henry Sydney, A.R.A, 

Painter. 

4, Charlotte Street, 

Bedford Square, 
118 The good Samaritan. 
1234 A Highland boy; etching. 
163 Daughters of Charles Santley. 
1439 On the beach, Bournemouth. 

Lyndon Lodge, Hanwell, 
640 Miss M. Tuke. 

22, King Henry's Road, N, W, 
95 C. W. Dowdeswell, Esq. 
935 Before the rehearsal. 

Lyndon Lodge, Hanwell, 
26 Mrs. Tuke. 
167 A sailor's yarn. 
82 Land in sight. 

464 All hands to the pumps. Pur- 
chased for the Chantrey Be- 
quest for ;^420. 
709 Euchre. 

1076 Perseus and Andromeda. 
524 "Try my soup." 
530 Mrs. Lawrence. 
658 Lady Hamilton-Dalrymple. 
117 A woodland bather. 
307 August blue. Purchased for the 
Chantrey Bequest for £s^5' 



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27 



1895- 357 
812 

1897. 462 

1898. 345 
621 

1899. 385 

1900. 359 
483 

1062 

1901. 67 

319 
396 
823 
907 

1902. 392 
602 



739 
777 

17« 
266 
281 
437 
543 
38 
554 



1903. 



1904. 



Mrs. George Talbot. 

The Swimmer's pool. 

Beside green Waters. 

Miss Muriel Lubbock. 

An idyll of the sea. 

The diver. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

Hermes at the pool. 

Horatio Brown, Esq. 

Dr. Henry Rayner. 

Mrs. Manning. 

Miss Esther WyatL 

Summer evening. 

The coming of day. 

Sir George Williams, President 

Y.M.CA. 
The run home. 
W. R. Patterson, Esq. (" Ben- 

jamin Swifts) 
Ruby, gold, and malachite. 
Alfred de Pass, Esq. 
The stowaway. 
Mrs. Manning. 
Noonday heat. 
Mrs. Heldmann. 
Mrs. D. H. Tuke. 
To the morning sun. 
Hal, son of Lieut.-Colonel 

Gundry, R.A. 



TUKE, Miss Maria Painter. 

Lynton Lodge^ HamvelL 
1885. 147 Falmouth Harbour. 



TULK, Augustus Painter. 

8, Primrose Hill Studios, 
1884. 492 Down by the old mill stream. 
1886. 331 On guard. 

838 Sunshine after a frost. 



TULLOCH, Frederick H. 

Architect. 

5, Lancaster Place^ Strand, 

1760 A country parsonage. 

1890 New municipal buildings, Shef- 
field. 

39, Victoria Street, 

1657 Municipal buildings. Bury. 

1549 Newpublic offices, etc., Leyton. 

1493 Municipal buildings. King's 
Lynn. 

1579 New Bank, Halifax. 



1891. 



1892. 
1894. 
1895. 



TULLOCH, Miss M Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1806. 890 Auricula. 



TULLY, Sydney S Painter. 

6, Stanley Studios^ 

Park Walk, Chelsea, 

1896. 1095 Contemplation. 

1897. 1209 Phoebe. 

TUNMER,J. H Painter. 

36, Waterford Terrace, 

Fulham, 
1873. 776 Hyde Park in the dull season. 

TUPPER, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1788. siz View of Hodderdon. 

TUPPER, John L Sculptor. 

Milton Cottage. 

1854. 1522 Medallion portrait of J. Hilton, 

Esq., F.R.C.S., F.R.S., etc.. 
Surgeon and Lecturer to 
Guy's Hospital. 
IS 25 Medallion portrait of J. Calla- 
way, Esq., F.R.C.S., 
F.M.C.S., Assistant Surgeon 
and Lecturer to Guy's Hos- 
pital 

1855. 1487 Medallion portrait of Dr. Gall, 

Assistant Physician to Guy's 
Hospital, late Professor of 
Physiology to the Royal In- 
stitution. 
1488 Marble medallion of Edward 
Cock, Esq., F.R.C.S., Senior 
Surgeon to Guy's Hospital. 

1856. 1277 Professor Bell, President of the 

Linnsean Society, V.P.R.S. 
1 371 A portrait. 

1857. 1 30 1 William Holman Hunt; me- 

dallion portrait. 

1362 A young lady; medallion por- 
trait. 

«3^4 J. Patient, Esq., Surgeon-Den- 
tist to St. Thomas's Hos- 
pital; medallion portrait 

Rugby, 

1867. 1185 James Salter, Esq., F.R.S. 

1868. 1164 Dr. Hyde Salter, F.R.S., Phy- 

sician to Charing Cross Hos- 
pital. 

TURBAYNE, Albert A. ... Designer. 
1895. 1539 Cover design for the Edition 
de Luxe of " Masterpieces 
of Art, 1894." 

TURCK, Miss Eliza Painter. 

40, Queen^s Square, 

Bloomshury, 
1854. no A pensive page. 
373 Study of a head. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Turck, 

1856. 



1857. 186 



274 



263 



1858. 
1862. 

1868. 

1869. 
1870. 



1871. 29 

1880. 
1881. 



1882. 
1884. 



1885. 
1886. 



Miss ^Wza,^ continued. 
58 Cinderella after her sisters have 
left for the ball. 
" I'll set me down an' muse 
Beneath yon spreading tree, 

etc." 
Rus in Urbe. 

5, Munster Terrace. 
Traubenlust. 
462 Ave Maria. 

St. Marfs Holcroft^ Fulham. 

550 Bavarian peasants alarmed at 

the approach of Prussian 

troops, 1866. 

894 " Warders have told it on the 

castle wall, etc." 
1004 Alice Lee. " She quietly took 
a small pitcher, and flinging 
a cloak around her, walked 
out in person to procure Sir 
Henry the water which he 
desired." — Woodstock. 
Silvia. " A heart as full of sor- 
rows as the sea of sands." — 
Two Gentlemen of Verona. 
9, St. George's Sq,^RegenfsPark. 

1364 Lady Dorothy in Breton Cos- 
tume. 

1365 Daisy. 

1332 Miss Maude Spence. 
1344 Alice. 

15, Gloucester Road^ N. W. 
109 A catch! 
1473 Caroline, daughter of Captain 

Scovell. 
1475 Ela, daughter of Captain Sco- 
vell. 
57 In St. Mark*s, Venice. 
1397 Henry, second son of G. C 
Yarborough, Esq. 



TURMEAU,John. 

Miniature Painter. 
J. Turmeauy Jun,^ 
23, Villiers Street^ 

York Buildings. 
374 Portrait of a child. 
484 do. gentleman. 

519 do. young lady. 

459 Portrait. 
461 Portrait of a young lady. 

44, Sackville Street. 
467 Portrait of a French nobleman. 
626 do. lady. 



1793- 
1794. 

1795- 



1796. 



TURMINGER, T. A Painter. 

1839. 620 Near Waltham. 

{Turminger in the index^ Fir- 
minger in the catalogue.) 
{See FiRMiNGER, vol. iii, page 112.) 



TURN BULL, Mrs. (formerly Miss 
Anna Charlotte Fayermann, and 
afterwards Mrs. Bartholomew). 

Miniature Painter. 
I, l/pper Grafton Street. 

1828. 886 Child and Kitten. 

1829. 662 Portraits of children. 
752 Portrait of a gentleman. 

812 do. lady. (J/wj 7lB^r/f- 

bull.) 

1830. 658 Mr. Henry Phillips. 
751 Miss Gordon. 

756 Rebecca, 

827 Mrs. Henry Phillips. 

15, Grafton Street. 

183 1. 642 Agypseygirl. 
677 A Turkish girl. 

1832. 693 A Circassian. 

929 Portraits of the Hon. George 
Sydney and Lionel Sydney 
Smythe, sons of Viscount 
Strangford. 

42, Rathbone Place. 

1833. 793 Miss Gilson. 

1834. 724 Portrait of Miss Ellen Tree 

as Mariana in Sheridan 
Knowles's play of The Wife. 

" 'tis strange ! at thought 

of my dear lord My soaring 
heart hath dropped at once 
to earth." — Act 4, scene 2. 

1835. 703 Marion Clint. 

727 Master Frederick Edwards. 

1836. 721 Mrs. Selby of St. James's 

Theatre. 

757 Miss Shirreff of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 

1837. 605 The spring wreath : portrait of 

the infant son of — G'Dwyer, 
Esq. " Beautiful infant, 
around thee I fling The 
earliest buds of the promised 
spring, etc." 

1840. 838 George Cruikshank. 

A. C. TurnbulL 

1844. 1071 Portraits of a young lady and 
her favourite Spaniel. 
(See Mrs. Bartholomew, vol. i, 
page 134.) 



TURNBULL, T Painter. 

4, Panton Square. 
1827. 473 View of the interior of West- 
minster Hall. 



TURNBULL, Walter Sculptor. 

6, Esher Street, S. W. 
1892. 1922 An aged man; bust. 



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TURNBULL, A. Watson ... Painter. 
12, Caversham Road^ N, IV. 
1899. "S^^ Lady Godiva. 

Ingleside^ Argyle Crescent^ 

Joppa, N,B. 
1904. 697 Tristan and lolanthe. " How 
many roses have I in my 
hand? ticJ'— King Renes 
daughter, 
1399 Rose Mary. " And there in the 
altar midst alone, 'Twixt 
wings of a sculptured beast 
unknown, etc.** 

TURNER, Arthur Painter. 

Elm Cottage, Brockham, 

Betchworth, Surrey, 

1897. loii Autumn haze. 

1898. 795 A golden afternoon. 

TURNER, Alfred Sculptor. 

60, Stockwell Park 

Crescent^ S, W, 
1898. 1830. Charity; group. 

I, Stratford Studios, 

Kensington, 
1901. 1703 Fisher girl; for a niche — 
statue, marble. One of a pair 
to be placed in the Fish- 
mongers* Hall, London, 

1903. 1858. Justice; statuette, bronze. One 

of a series for the throne of 
the Queen Victoria Memo- 
rial, Delhi, 

1904. 1667 Labour; statue, bronze. Part 

of the Queen Victoria Memo- 
Hal, Sheffield, 
1670 Maternity; group, bronze. Part 
of the Queen Victoria Memo- 
rial, Sheffield, 

TURNER, Arthur W Painter. 

39, South View, 

Hetworth, York, 
1898. 249 Vi, daughter of Colonel Morris, 
as a Jap. 

Springfield, Heworth, York, 
1900. 59 Dorothy, daughter of the artist. 

TURNER, Charles, A,R,A, 

Engraver and Painter. 
50, Warren Street, 
18 10. 200 The true English bull-dog. 
181 5. 736 Mr. Carpue. 
1817. 853 A portrait. 
182 1. 458 Lord A. Conyngham in the 
Montem dress. 
624 Portraits of Lord Ingestre and 
Mr. Mitford in the dresses 
worn at the Eton Montem. 



1821. 
1823. 
1824. 
1825. 

1826. 
1827. 

1828. 

1829. 



1830. 
1831. 

1833. 



1834. 



1835. 
1836. 

1837. 



1838. 
1839. 
1840. 



1841. 



754 Mr. Jackson. 
210 Portrait of a young lady. 
557 A drawing. 
86 Portrait of a young lady. 
133 do. do. 

985 A portrait of Mr. Jones. 
351 Portrait of the late Charles 

Bryant Turner, Esq. 
526 La Modelle. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

482 His Majesty Charles X, King 

of France. After Sir T. 
Lawrence, P.R.A. 

483 The Rt. Hon. George Canning. 

After Sir T. Lawrence, 
P.R.A. 

449 The Duke of Newcastle. After 

Sir Thomas I>awrence. 

450 John Soane, Esq. Aftet Sir 

Thomas Lawrence. 
447 General Sir Hew Dalrymple, 

Bart. After J. Jackson, 

R.A. 
449 Lord Durham. After Sir 

Thomas Lawrence. 

451 Portrait of a lady. 

484 Sir Robert Fitz Wygram, Bart., 

D.C.L., in the University of 
Oxford. Painted by Thomas 
Phillips, R.A., in 18 13. 

485 Viscount Althorp, Chancellor 

of the Exchequer, etc., etc. 

486 William Brockedon, Esq. 

487 Sir A. W. Vaughan, Bart. After 

Sir M. A. Shee, P.R.A. 
893 Mr. Magrath. 
439 Sir John Woolmore, F.R.S. 

After Sir M. A. Shee, P.R.A. 

865 Portrait of a deceased artist; a 

drawing. 

868 A posthumous drawing. 

542 Mr. Magrath. 

580 Samuel Prout, Esq. 

560 Mrs. Robert Dudes Wilmot. 

756 Age of innocence. From a pic- 
ture painted by Sir J. Rey- 
nolds, in the possession of 
Jeremiah Harman, Esq. 

698 Sketch of a lady. 

758 The Country Mountebank. 

866 Admiral Southeron. After Sir 

Thomas Lawrence. 

871 Robert Liston, Esq., Surgeon 
of the North London Hos- 
pital, etc., Professor of Clini- 
cal Surgery. 

948 Count Orloff. After A. E. 
Chalon, R.A. 

953 Posthumous drawing of Mrs. 
Turner. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Turner, Charles, A.R.A,— continued. 

1842. 697 The Mirror — evening. 
734 The Mirror — morning. 
984 Portrait of a lady. 

988 John George, Archbishop of 
Armagh. After Sir T. Law- 
rence. {Lord John George 
de la Poer Beresford. 

1843. *59 William Lawrence, V.P.R.S., 

Surgeon to St. Bartholo- 
mew's. 
1 142 The late Sir Francis Chantrey. 
After Sir Henry Raeburn. 

1845. S95 Oxford race course — the grey 
pony. By A. Cooper, R.A. 

1848. 1080 The widow of the gamekeeper 
asking the squire's advice for 
her orphan family. 

1 85 1. 1 1 63 "There's a good time coming, 
boys." 
1203 Hastings. From York Build- 
ings, looking towards St. 
Leonard's, in 1846. 

1856. 619 Portrait of an engraver. 

898 Academy figures; drawn in 
1794. 

1857. 1185 The father of the late J. M. W. 

Turner, R.A. 

TURNER, Rev. C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1799. 415 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1800. 852 do. do. 

TURNER, Daniel Painter. 

24, Millbank Street. 

1796. 322 View of Westminster from 

Lambeth. 

1797. 327 View of the City of London 

from Scotland Yard. 

1798. 32 A View of the Surrey side of 

Westminster Bridge from the 
Horse-ferry Road. 
202 A View of Lambeth, with a 
group of barges, from the 
Horse-ferry road. 

1799. 587 View of Westminster Abbey 

from the Surrey stairs of 
Westminster Bridge. 

1800. 82 London Bridge, from Bank 

end Wharf. 
83 Blackfriars bridge, from a tim- 
ber yard. Pedlar's Acre. 
Millbank Row^ Horseferry. 

1801. 156 View of Lambeth, from Mill- 

bank-row. 
538 View of Somerset House, 
Temple Gardens, and St. 
Paul's from Westminster 
Bridge. 



1 80 1. 703 View taken from the Arch- 
bishop's Walk at Lambeth. 

TURNER, Ernest Architect. 

44, Bedford Row. 
1869. 966 Design for the improvement of 
Temple Bar. 

246, Regent Street, 
1890. 1923 Church Schools, Heme Bay. 

TURNER, Elizabeth. 

Miniature Painter. 
15, Crown Row^ 

Walworth Road. 

1 84 1. 867 Portrait. 

TURNER, Edwin Page ... Architect. 
68, Newman Street. 

1880. 1 1 57 Design for a panel decoration. 

1881. 1132 Italian arabesque decoration. 
1 148 A title page. 

1882. 1 104 Botany, Sculpture, and Music; 

part of the decoration of a 
frieze. 

1883. 1238 Design for decoration of muni- 

cipal hall. 

1884. '^33 Morning and evening; decora- 

tion. 
1272 Noon and night; decoration. 

TURNER, Edgar H Architect. 

115, Charlotte Street 
1894. 1667 A title-page. 

56, Grafton Street^ 

Fitzroy Square. 
1898. 1775 A decoration panel. 
1904. 1594 Part of a frieze. 

TURNER, Francis Painter. 

84, Newman Street. 

1842. 331 East Sutton Park, near Maid- 

stone. 
1239 Leeds Castle, near Maidstone. 

1843. 595 do. do. do. 
1307 East Salton Park, Kent, from 

nature. 

1844. 546 Near Festiniog, North Wales. 

1845. 629 Scene in Wales. 

635 Near Dolgelly, North Wales. 

1846. 1347 Asford Mill, Derbyshire. 

1848. 76 Dolwyddelan Valley, North 

Wales. 
367 Moel Shubad, Dolwyddelan 

Valley, North Wales. 
1260 Foy's Noofyn on the Conway. 
5, Douro Place^ Kensington. 

1849. 112 Near Towyn, Merionethshire — 

Cader Idris in the distance. 



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1849. 222 Near Capel Currig, North 
Wales; Moel Shabod in the 
distance. 

491 On the River Loder, North 
Wales. 

1850. 336 On the river Dovey, Merioneth- 
shire. 

4H The Valley of Llandltydd, 

Merionethshire. 
848 Near Dina Mowddwy, Merion- 
ethshire. 

16, Sheffield Terrace, IV. 

On the river Llugwy, North 
Wales. 

Scenery on the Erme, Devon- 
shire. 

74, Nenmian Street. 

Near Paracombe, North Devon. 

Near Chagford, Devon. 

A Devonshire wood. 

Loch Tay, Perthshire. 

do. and Ben Lawers, 
Perthshire. 

On the Plym, Devon. 

Dewerstone, Devon. 

12, Newman Street. 

Loch Tay, Perthshire; Ben 
More in the distance. 

A Highland bum. 

Ben More, Perthshire; rain 
clearing off. 

On the Teith, Perthshire; Ben 
Ledi in the distance. 

Rivaulx Abbey, Refectory, 
Yorkshire. 

Summer afternoon. 

Borrowdale, Derwentwater in 
the distance. 

A Yorkshire wood — summer. 

Roche Abbey, Yorkshire. 

TURNER, F. C Painter. 

17, Park Street, 

Upper Baker Street. 
181 7. 721 Portrait of a lady. 

8, Carburton Street. 

1 81 9. 422 Favourite horses going to cover; 

the property of W. F. Stephen- 
son, Esq. 

1820. 343 Portrait of a horse. 

Latnbeth. 

1821. 439 Portrait of a favourite mare, the 

property of J. Russell, Esq. 
Chester Street, 

Kennington Road. 

1823. II Portrait of Faun, the property 

of J. Archbutt, Esq. 

386 Portrait of G. Colman, Esq., 

painted to embellish Part II 

of the Percy Anecdotes. 



1851. 


936 


1852. 


I3IO 


1853. 
1854. 

1855. 


"5 
"54 
>34» 

163 

397 


1856. 


H7 
769 


1857. 


377 




606 
963 


1859. 


373 


i860. 


143 


I86I. 
1863. 


461 
302 


1864. 

1869. 


149 
4*3 



66, Great Queen Street, 
1836. 679 Portrait of Master Beecher on 
the celebrated pony Lady- 
bird, the property of Captain 
Beecher. 
92, York Road, 

Waterloo Road. 
499 A subject from iEsop's fables. 
14 Bijou and Beauty, the property 
of Lord Tenterton. 

86, Newman Street. 
400 Foxhounds going out. 
891 do. returning. 



1840. 
1841. 



1844. 



TURNER, George Painter. 

2, Great Bath Street, 

Coldhath Fields. 
1782. 428 Innocence. 

24, Charing Cross. 
Landscape after a storm. 
H.R.H. the Duchess of York. 
Prudence. 
Alfred the Great dividing his 

loaf with a pilgrim. 
Love's triumph over reason. 
Landscape. 

\2Z, Pall Mall. 
The fortune hunter. 

19, Hemmings Row. 
Cottagers — Sunday morning. 
Villagers — Sunday evening. 
The alehouse with the listening 
smith, from Goldsmith's 
Deserted Village. 
The Barber's tale, from Gold- 
smith's Deserted Village. 
The blowing up of L'Orient on 
the ist of August, 1 798, with 
the whole of the French and 
English linesin their stations. 
Cottage children going a-glean- 

ing — morning. 
Dealer's dog-kennel. 
Village gossips — morning. 
Haymakers and their family in 
a thunderstorm. 
33 St. John preaching in thewilder- 
ness. " This is he of whom 
I said, etc." — St. John, \, 30. 
130 The old woman and her cats. 
" A wrinkled hag, of wicked 
fame Beside a little smoaky 
flame, etc." 
is8 The ploughman's song. — Vide 
Goldsmith's Deserted Vil- 
lage. 
289 Celadon bearing away the body 
of Amelia, aifter the storm. 
— Vide Thomson^ s Seasons. 



1790. 
1792. 

1793- 


37 
4>5 

7S« 


1794. 


846 
48 


1795- 


96 


1799. 
1800. 


976 
983 
170 




578 




638 



1801. II 

912 

1802. 119 



1803. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Turner, George — continued. 

1804. 239 Going to work — Monday morn- 

ing. 
240 Rest after labour — Saturday 
evening. 

1805. 202 Pig drivers. 

235 Shepherds in a storm. 

1806. 320 Saving from a wreck after a 

storm. 
t8o8. 494*The sportsman's song. 

1809. 409 The wrangling card-players. 

18 10. 531 The harlot's appeal to Solo- 

mon. "Then spake the wo- 
man whose the living child 
was, etc.'*— ist KingSj iii, 
26. 
18 1 3. 39» A country fair. 

TURNER, G. A Painter. 

66, Great Queen Street, 
1836. 331 Lance and his dog Crab. — Two 
Gentlemen of Verona, 
94, York Roadj Lambeth, 
1838. 138 Bevis finding Tomkin's glove, 
conveys it to Woodstock 
and howling gains admit- 
tance. — Vide Woodstock, 
1 84 1. 292 The clipper. 

TURNER, Mrs. George Gordon. See 
Miss Adelaide Claxton, vol. ii, 
page 76. 

TURNER, Hawes Painter. 

I, Ciifton Hi /I Studios, 

Abbey Road, 
1885. 1 1 29 Too fond of her book. 

1 2, Gray's Inn Square, 
1888. 946 A Norfolk " loke." 

81, Lamb's Conduit Street, 
1898. 362 A rocky cove — St. Ives Bay. 

51, Tavistock Square, 
1 90 1. 460 The Atlantic at rest. 

TURNER, Mrs. Hawes (Jessie). 

Painter. 

81, Lamb's Conduit Street. 
1897. 1379 Sclofield Common, Sussex. 

51, Tavistock Square. 
1900. 1 151 A west country trout stream. 

TURNER, H. D ... Painter. 

3, Somerset Villas, Croydon. 
1885. 945 " Hereby hangs a tale." 

TURNER, J Miniature Painter. 

Golden Square, Hampsiead, 
1822. 764 Portrait of a lady. 



TURNER, John Architect. 

69, Cheapside, 
1826. 925 Design for a mausoleum for a 
military hero. 
At Mr. HakeivelPs, 

5, Brunswick Place, 

1828. 976 Middle Temple Hall. 

96, Cheapside. 
1045 Design for a landing place for 
the Lord High Admiral of 
England. 

1829. 1090 Design for an entrance to a 

city. 
I, Farm Street^ 

Berkeley Square. 

1832. 1092 The Bread Works, Pimlico, 

etc. 
Union Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1833. 296 Landscape composition. 
972 An architectural study. 

1035 Waterfall near Linton, Devon- 
shire. 

16, Clements Inn. 
1S35. 983 Chapel and mausoleum, etc. 

1836. 1049 Front of Fleet Prison, etc. 

II, Union Street. 

1837. 1092 Royal Berks Hospital, Read- 

ing. 

16, Clemenfs Inn. 

1838. 1095 Pedestal to the Duke of Well- 

ington's statue. 
1223 Messrs. Finch's Asylum for the 
Insane, Kensington, etc. 
43, Lower Belgrave Place. 

1842. 1024 All Saints' Chapel, Sonning, 

Oxon, for Robert Palmer, 
Esq. 

1843. <2°^ ^o- do. 

12 2 1 Kensington House, Kensing- 
ton, for Dr. Philip and Mr. 
Finch. 

1286 St. Peter's Church, Sonning, 
etc. 

1844. 1 101 London Bridge Terminus, 

etc. 
1212 Interior of a church. 

1845. 1144 Lodge at Scarlets, for the Rev. 

J. E. Austin Leigh. 
1848. 1 1 19 Schools at Knowl Hill, Berks, 
etc. 

15, Wilton Street. 

1855. 1202 Schools at Woodley, Sonning, 

Berks. 

1 292 Bourne Place Farm, Tunbridge, 

Kent, for William Lawson, 

Esq. 

TURNER, J Painter. 

1872. 614 Horses. 



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TURNER, Joseph Mallord William, 
R.A Painter. 

T. W, Turner, 

26, Maiden Lane, 

Covent Garden, 
1790. 644 View of the Archbishop's 
Palace, Lambeth. 
W, Turner, 
26, Maiden Lane, 

Covent Garden. 

King John's palace, Eltham. 

Sweakley, near Uxbridge, the 
seat of the Rev. Mr. Clarke. 

Malmsbury Abbey. 

The Pantheon, the morning 
after the fire. 

Hand Court, Maiden Lane, 

Covent Garden. 

View on the river Avon, near 
St. Vincent's rock, Bristol. 

Gate of St. Augustine's Monas- 
tery, Canterbury. 

The rising squall, hot wells, 
from St. Vincent's Rock, 
Bristol. 

Second fall of the river Monach, 
Devil's Bridge, Cardigan- 
shire. 

Porch of Great Malvern Ab- 
bey, Worcestershire. 

Christ Church gate, Canter- 
bury. 

Inside of Tintern Abbey, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

St. Anselm's chapel, with part 
of Thomas-k-Becket's crown, 
Canterbury Cathedral. 

St. Hugh's, the Burgundian's 
porch at Lincoln Cathedral. 

Marford Mill, Wrexham, Den- 
bighshire. 

West Entrance of Peter- 
borough Cathedral. 

Transept of Tintern Abbey, 
Monmouthshire. 

Welsh Bridge, at Shrewsbury. 

View near the Devil's Bridge, 
with the river RyddoU, Cardi- 
ganshire. 

Choir in King's College Chapel, 
Cambridge. 

Cathedral Church at Lincoln. 

Fishermen at sea. 

Close Gate, Salisbury. 

St. Erasmus and Bishop Islip's 

Chapel, Westminster Abbey. 

651 Woolverhampton, Staflford- 

shire. 
656 Landilo Bridge and Dinevor 
CasUe. 

VIII. 



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4J6 

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1793- 


263 




316 




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1794. 


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336 




388 




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408 


1795- 


411 




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585 




589 




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609 



616 

621 

1796. 305 

369 

395 



1796. 686 Internal of a cottage; a study 

at Ely. 
699 Chale Farm, Isle of Wight. 

701 Landaff Cathedral, South 

Wales. 

702 Remains of Waltham Abbey, 

Essex. 
711 Trancept and choir of Ely 

Minster. 
715 West front of Bath Abbey. 

1797. 136 Moonlight; a study at Mill- 

bank. 
279 Fishermen coming a shore at 

sun set, previous to a gale. 
(In the index. No. 344 is 

given in error.) 
427 Trancept of Ewenny Priory, 

Glamorganshire. 
450 Choir of Salisbury Cathedral. 
464 Ely Cathedral, South Trancept. 
517 North Porch of Salisbury 

Cathedral. 

1798. 118 Winesdale, Yorkshire — an 

autumnal morning. 
196 Morning amongst the Coniston 
Fells, Cumberland. 
*' Ye mists and exhalations that 

now rise 
From hill or streaming lake, 

dusky or gray, 
'Till the sun paints your fleecy 

skirts with gold. 
In honour to the world's great 
Author, rise." — Milton, 
Far. Lost, Book V. 
322 Dunstanburgh Castle, N.E. 
Coast of Northumberland — 
Sunrise after a squally night. 
" The precipice abrupt, 
Breaking horror on the black- 

en'd flood. 
Softens at thy return — 

The desert joys. 
Wildly thro* all his melancholy 

bounds. 
Rude ruins glitter; and the 

briny deep 
Seen from some pointed pro- 
montory's top. 
Far to the blue horizon's ut- 
most verge, 
Restless, reflects a floating 
gleam." — Vide Thompson's 
Seasons. 
346 Refectory of Kirkstall Abbey, 

Yorkshire. 
353 Norham Castle, on the Tweed 
— summer's morn. 
** But yonder comes the power- 
ful King of Day, 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Turner, Joseph Mallord William, R.A. 
— continued. 

Rejoicing in the East; the less- 
ening cloud, 
The kindling azure, and the 

mountain's brow 
Illumined — his near approach 
betoken glad." — Vide 
Thompson's Seasons, 
1798. 404 Holy Island Cathedral, North- 
umberland. 
408 Ambleside Mill, Westmore- 
land. 
435 The dormitory and transcept 
of Fountain's Abbey — Even- 
ing. 
"All ether, softening, sober, 

evening takes 
Her wonted station on the 

middle air: 
A thousand shadows at her 

beck — 
In circle following circle, gath- 
ers round, 
To close the face of things." — 
Vide Thompson's Seasons. 
527 Buttermere Lake, with part of 
Cromackwater, Cumberland 
— a shower. 
"Till in the western sky the 

downward sun 
Looks out effulgent — the rapid 
radiance instantaneous 
strikes 
Th* illumin'd mountains — in a 

yellow mist 
Bestriding earth — the grand 

ethereal bow 
Shoots up immense, and every 
hue unfolds." — Vide 
Thompson's Seasons. 
640 A study in September of the 
fern house, Mr. Lock's park, 
Mickleham, Surry. 
1799' 55 Fishermen becalmed previous 
to a storm — twilight. 
192 Harlech Castle, from Twgwyn 
ferry — summer's evening, 
twilight. 
"Now came still evening on, 

and twilight grey. 
Had in her sober livery all 

things clad" 
" Hesperus that led 
The starry host rode brightest 

till the moon 
Rising in clouded majesty un- 
veiled her peerless light." 
— Milton's Paradise Last^ 
Book 4. 



1799. ^75 Battle ofthe Nile, at ten o'clock, 
when the L'Orient blew up, 
from the station of the gun 
boats between the battery 
and Castle of Aboukir. 
" Immediate in a flame. 
But soon obscured with smoke, 

all heav'n appear'd. 
From those deep-throated en- 
gines belch'd, whose roar 
Imbowel'd with outrageous 

noise the air. 
And all her entrails tore, dis- 
gorging foul 
Their devilish glut, chain'd 

thunderbolts and hail 
Of iron globes."— i//7/i?«, P. 
Lost^ book 6. 
305 Kilgarran Castle on the Twy- 
vey — hazy sunrise, previ- 
ous to a sultry day. 

325 Sunny morning. The cattle by 

S. Gilpin, R.A. 

326 Abergavenny bridge, Mon- 

mouthshire — clearing up 
after a showery day. 

327 Inside of the chapter house of 

Salisbury Cathedral. 
335 West front of Salisbury Cathe- 
dral. 
340 Caernarvon Castle. 

" Now rose. 
Sweet Evening, solemn hour, 

the sun declin'd 
Hung golden o'er this nether 

firmament. 
Whose broad cerulean mirror, 

calmly bright, 
Gave back his beamy visage 

to the sky 
With splendour undiminish'd. 
—Mailet. 
356 Morning. From Dr. Lang- 
horne's " Visions of Fancy." 
"Life's morning landscape 
gilt with orient light, etc." 
434 Warkworth Castle, Northum- 
berland — thunder storm ap- 
proaching at sunset. 
" Behold, slow settling o'er the 

lurid grove. 
Unusual darkness broods; and 

growing, gains 
The full possession of the 
skyj and on yon baneful 
cloud 
A redd'ning gloom, a magazine 

of fate 
Ferment." — Thompson's Sea- 
sons. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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(Elected A.R.A.) 

64, Harley Street, 

1800. 100 Dolbadern Castle, North Wales. 

" How awful is the silence of 

the waste, 
Where nature lifts her moun- 
tains to the sky. 
Majestic solitude, behold the 

tower 
Where hopeless Owen, long 

imprisoned, pin*d 
And wrung his hands for liberty 
in vain." 
206 The fifth plague of Egypt. 
"And Moses stretched forth 
his hands towards heaven, 
and the Lord sent thunder 
and hail, and the fire ran 
along theground." — Exodus^ 
ix, 23. 

328 View of the Gothic Abbey 

(afternoon) now building at 
Fonthill, the seat of William 
Beckford, Esq. 

341 South west view of a Gothic 
Abbey (morning), now build- 
ing at Fonthill for William 
Beckford, Esq. 

351 Caernarvon Castle, North 
Wales. "And now on Arvon's 
haughty tow'rs, The Bard the 
song of pity pours, etc." 

566 South view of the Gothic Abbey 
(Evening) now building at 
Fonthill, etc. 

663 East view of the Gothic Abbey 
(noon) now building at 
Fonthill, etc. 

680 North-east view of the Gothic 
Abbey (sunset) now build- 
ing at Fonthill, etc. 
75, Norton St,, Portland Road. 

1801. 157 Dutch boats in a gale; fisher- 

men endeavouring to put 
their fish on board. 
281 The Army of the Medes de- 
stroyed in the desart by a 
whirlwind. Foretold by Jere- 
miah, chap. XV, ver. 32, 33. 

329 London — autumnal morning. 
343 Pembroke Castle, South 

Wales; thunder storm ap- 
proaching. 
358 St. Donat's castle. South Wales 

— summer evening. 
415 Chapter House — Salisbury. 
(Elected R.A.) 

/. M. W. Turner, 

1802. no Fishermen upon a lee shore in 

squally weather. i 



1802. 153 The tenth plague of Egypt. 

"And it came to pass that 
at midnight the Lord smote 
all the firstborn in the land, 
etc." 

227 Ships bearing up for anchorage. 

366 The fall of the Clyde, Lanark- 
shire — Noon. Vide Aken- 
side's Hymn to the Naiads. 

377 Kilchern Castle, with the Cru- 
chan Ben mountains, Scot- 
land — Noon. 

424 Edinburgh new tower, castle, 
etc., from the water of Leith. 

$19 Jason. 

862 Ben Lomond mountains — 
Scotland : The Traveller. 
Vide Ossian's War of Caros. 

1803. 24 Bonneville, Savoy, with Mont 

Blanc. 

no The festival upon the opening 
of the vintage of Macon. 

146 Calais Pier, with French Pois- 
sards preparing for sea; an 
English packet arriving. 

156 Holy family. 

237 Chateaux de St. Michael, 
Bonneville, Savoy. 

384 St. Huges denouncing venge- 
ance on the shepherd of 
Cormayer in the valley of 
d'Aoust. 

396 Glacier and Source of the 
Arveron, going up to the 
Mer de Glace. 

64, Harley Street, 

1804. 183 Boats carrying out anchors 

and cables to Dutch men of 
war in 1665. 

207 Narcissus and Echo. "So 
melts the youth, and lan- 
guishes away, etc." 

373 Edinburgh from Caulton Hill. 

1806. 182 Fall of the Rhine at Schaff- 

hausen. 
394 Pembroke Castle; clearing up 
of a thunder-storm. 

1807. "35 A country blacksmith disput- 

ing upon the price of iron, 
and the price charged to the 
butcher for shoeing his 
poney. 
162 Sun rising through vapour; 
fishermen cleaning and sell- 
ing fish. 
(Professor in perspective.) 
64, Harley Street and 

West End Upper Mall, 

Hammersmith, 
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Turner, Joseph Mallord William, R,A. 
— continued, 

reproving his son's prodi- 
gality. 

1809. 22 Spithead; Boat's crew recover- 

ing an anchor. 
105 Tabley, the seat of Sir J. F. 
Leicester, Bart. — windy day. 
146 Tabley, Cheshire, the seat of 
Sir J. F. Leicester, Bart. — 
calm morning. 
175 The garretteer's petition. 

" Aid me, ye powers ! O bid 

my thoughts to roll 
In quick succession, animate 

my soul; 
Descend my muse, and every 

thought refine. 
And finish well my long, my 
long-sought line." 

1810. 85 Lowther Castle, Westmoreland, 

the seat of the Earl of 
Lonsdale; north-west view of 
UUeswater Lane — evening. 
115 Lowther Castle, Westmoreland 
(the north front), with the 
river Lowther — midday. 
158 Petworth, Sussex, the seat of 
the Earl of Egremont — dewy 
morning. 
Queen Anne Street and 

West End Upper Mall, 
Hammersmith, 

181 1. 70 Mercury and Hers^. 

" Close by the sacred walls in 

wide Munichia's plain, 
The God well pleased beheld 
the virgin train." 
— Ovid's Metamorphoses, 
81 Apollo and Python. 

** Envenom'd by thy darts, the 

monster coiVd, 
Portentous, horrible, and vast 

his snake-like form 
Rent the huge {lortal of his 

rocky den. 
And in the throes of death he 

tore. 
His many wounds in one, while 

earth 
Absorbing, blackened with his 
gore." 

— Hymn of Cai/imachus. 
177 Somer-Hill, near Tunbridgc, 
the seat of W. F. Woodirate, 
Esq. 
244 Whalley Bridge and Abbey, 
Lancashire; Dyers washing 
and drying cloth. 
295 Windsor Park; with horses by 



the late Sawrey Gilpin, Esq., 
R.A. 

181 1. 312 November; Flounder fishing. 
331 Chryses. 

"The trembling priest along 

the shore retum'd 
And in the anguish of a SEither 

mourn'd; 
Disconsolate, not daring to 

complain. 
Silent he wander'd by the 

sounding main : 
Till safe at distance to his God 

he prays, 
The God who darts around the 

world his rays." 
— Pop^sHomet^s Iliads book i. 
351 May; chickens. 
392 Scarborough, Town and Castle 
— morning; boys collecting 
crabs. 

181 2. 149 A View of the Castle of St 

Michael, near Bonneville, 
Savoy. 
i6i Viewof the High StreetjOxford. 
169 View of Oxford, from the 

Abingdon Road. 
258 Snowstorm: Hannibal and his 
army crossing the Alps. 
"Craft, treachery, and fraud, 

Salassian force. 
Hung on the fainting rear! 

then Plunder seiz'd. 
The victor and the captive, 

Saguntum's spoil, 
Alike became their prey; still 

the chief advanc'd, 
Look'd on the sun with hope, 

low, broad, and wan; 
While the fierce archer of the 

downward year 
Stains Italy's blanch'd barrier 

with storms. 
In vain each pass, ensanguined 

deep mth dead. 
Or rocky fragments, mde de- 
struction roird, 
Still on Campania's fertile 

plains — he thought 
But the loud breeze sob'd, 

Capua's joys beware! 
—MS. P. Fallacies of Hope. 
{This is the first of the 
anonymous poetry. It is be- 
lieved that the ''Fallacies of 
Hope** was written by Turner 
himself) 
1 813. 15 Frosty morning. "The rigid 
hoar frost melts before his 
beam." — Thomsofis Seasons. 



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1813. ai 3 The deluge. " Meanwhile the 

south wind rose, etc." — Mil- 
ton's Paradise Lost, 
Queen Anne Street West^ 
and Solus Lodge^ 

Twickenham, 

18 14. 177 Dido and ^Eneas. 

" When next the sun his rising 

light displays, 
And gilds the world below 

with purple rays, 
The Queen, ^Eneas, and the 

Tynan Court, 
Shall to the shady woods for 

sylvan games resort." 
4M Book of Dryden^s ^neis. 
Queen Anne Street West, 

and Sandycomlfe Lodge, 

Twickenham, 

1815. 6 Bligh Sand, near Sheemess — 

Fishing boats trawling. 
94 Crossing the brook. 

15S Dido building Carthage; or 
the rise of the Carthaginian 
Empire. — istbook of Virgifs 
yEneid. 

19a The Battle of Fort Rock: Val 
d'Aouste, Piedmont, 1796. 
"The snow-capt mountain 
and huge towers of ice, etc." 
—Fallacies of Hope, MS, 

258 The eruption of the Souffrier 
Mountains, in the Island of 
St. Vincent, at midnight, on 
the 30th of April, 18 12, 
from a sketch taken at the 
time by Hugh P. Keane, 
Esq. "There in stupendous 
horror grew, etc." 

a8i The Passage of Mount St. Got- 
hard, taken from the centre 
of theTeufels Broch (Devil's 
Bridge), Switzerland. 

291 The great fall of the Reichen- 
bach, in the valley of Hasle, 
Switzerland. 

316 Lake of Lucerne, from the 
landing place at Flaelen, 
looking towards Bauen and 
Teirs Chapel, Switzerland. 
i8i6. 55 The Temple of Jupiter Panel- 
lenius restored. " Twas now 
the earliest morning: soon 
the sun, Risingabove^^^Vxa, 
poured his light, etc." 
71 View of the Temple of Jupiter 
Panellenius, in the Island of 
i£gina, with the Greek na- 
tional dance of the Romaika: 
the Acropolis of Athens in 



the distance. Painted from 
a sketch taken by H. Gaily 
Knight, Esq., in 1810. 

1817. 195 The decline of theCarthaginian 

Empire — Rome being deter- 
mined on the overthrow of 
her hated rival, demanded 
of her such terms as might 
either force her into war, or 
ruin her by compliance; the 
enervated Carthaginians, in 
their anxiety for peace, con- 
sented to give up even their 
arms and their children. 
"At Hope's delusive smile 
The chieftain's safety and 
the mother's pride, etc." 

18 18. 129 Raby Castle, the seat of the 

Earl of Darlington. 
166 Dort or Dordrecht: The Dort 

packet-boat from Rotterdam 

becalmed. 
263 The Field of Waterloo. " Last 

noon beheld them full of 

lusty life, etc." 
474 Landscape, Composition of 

Tivoli. 

18 19. 136 Entrance of t he Meuse: Orange- 

merchant on the Bar, going 
to pieces; Brill Church bear- 
ing S.E. by S., Masensluys 
E. by S. 
206 England, Richmond Hill, on 
the Prince R^ent's Birth- 
day. " Which way, Amanda, 
shall we bend our course? 
etc:'— Thomson. 

1820. 206 Rome from the Vatican. Raf- 

faelle, accompanied by La 
Fornarina, preparing his 
pictures for the decoration 
of the Loggia. 

What you will ! 

The Bay of Baiae, with Apollo 
and the Sybil. " Waft me to 
sunny Baiae's shore." 

Harbour of Dieppe (change- 
ment de domicile). 

Rise of the River Stour at 
Stourhead. " From his two 
springs in Stourton's woody 
glade. Pure welling out — 
into the lake, He pours his 
infant stream. 

(This number is not in the 
index, and the picture was 
consequently overlooked by 
Thornbuty,) 
1826. 72 Cologne, the arrival of a packet 
boat — Evening. 



1822. 
1823. 


114 

77 


1825. 


15a 




46s 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Turner, Joseph Mallord William, R,A. 
— continued. 

1826. 132 Forum Romanum for Mr. 

Soane's Museum. 

297 View from the Terrace of a 
Villa at Niton, Isle of Wight, 
from sketches by a lady. 

( This number is not in the 
indexy and the picture was 
consequently overlooked by 
Thornbury,) 

324 The seat of William Moffatt, 
Esq., at Mortlake — Early 
(Summer's) morning. 

1827. 74 "Now for the painter" (rope) 

— Passengers going on board. 

147 Port Ruysdael. 

166 Rembrandt's daughter. 

300 Mortlake Terrace, the seat of 
William Moffatt, Esq.— Sum- 
mer evening. 

319 Scene in Derbyshire. "When 
first the sun with beacon red." 

1828. 70 Dido directing the equipment 

of the fleet, or the morning 
of the Carthaginian Empire. 

1 1 3 East Cowes Castle, the seat of 
J. Nash, Esq.; the Regatta 
beating to windward. 

152 East Cowes Castle, the seat of 
J. Nash, Esq. ; the regatta 
starting for their moorings. 

262 Boccaccio relating the tale of 
the Birdcage. 

1829. 19 The banks of the Loire. 

42 Ulysses deriding Polyphemus. 
Homer's Odyssey. 

337 The Loretto necklace. 

520 Messieurs les voyageurs on their 
return from Italy (par la 
diligence) in a snow drift 
upon Mount Tarrar, 22 nd 
of January, 1829. 

1830. 7 Pilatewashing his hands. "And 

when Pilate saw he could 

prevail nothing, etc.*' — St, 

MattheWy xxvii, 24. 

30 View of Orvieto, painted inRome 

181 Palestrina, a composition. 

"Or from yon mural rock, high 

crowned Praeneste, 
Where misdeeming of his 
strength, the Carthaginian 
stood. 
And marked, with eagle eye, 
Rome as his victim." 
—MS. Fallacies of Hope, 
226 Jessica. "5-^^^^^. Jessica, shut 
the window, I say." — Mer- 
chant of Venice, 



1830. 304 Calais Sands, low water— Pois- 

sards collecting bait. 

432 Fish-market on the sands — the 
sun rising through a vapour. 

493 Funeral of Sir Thomas Law- 
rence; a sketch from memory. 

1 83 1. 73 Life-boat Manby apparatus 

goin^off toastranded vessel, 
makmg signal (blue lights) 
of distress. 
162 Caligula's Palace and bridge. 
" What now remains of all the 

mighty bridge 
Which made Lucerne lake an 

inner pool, 
Caligula, but massy fragments 

left, 
As monuments of doubt and 

ruined hopes, 
Yet gleaming in the morning's 

ray, that tell 
How Baia's shore was loved in 
times gone by?" — MS. 
Fallacies of Hope, 
178 Vision of Medea. 

"Or Medea, who in the full 

tide of mtchery 
Had lured the dragon, gained 

her Jason's love. 
Had filled the spell-bound bowl 

with iEson's life. 
Yet dashed it to the ground, and 
raised the poisonous snake 
High in the jaundiced sky to 

write its murderous coil, 
Infuriate in the wreck of hope, 

withdrew. 
And in the fired palace her 
twin offspring threw." — 
MS, Fallacies of Hope, 
263 Lucy, Countess of Carlisle, and 
Dorothy Percy's visit to their 
father. Lord Percy, when 
under attainder upon the 
supposition of his being con- 
cerned in thegunpowderplot. 
288 Admiral Van Tromp's barge at 
the entrance of the Texel, 
1645. 
298 Watteau; study by Fresnoy's 
rules. 
"White, when it shines ¥rith 

unstained lustre clear. 
May bear an object back, or 
bring it near." — Fresnqy^s 
Art of Paintings 496. 
406 " In this arduous service (of re- 
connaissance) on the French 
coast, 1805, one of our 
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had to sustain the attack of 
the fly ing artillery along shore, 
the batteries, and the fort of 
Vimieux, which fired heated 
shot, until she could warp 
off at the rising tide, which 
set in with all the appearance 
of a stormy night." 

1832, 70 Childe Harold's pilgrimage — 

Italy. "And now. Fair Italy! 
Thou art the garden of the 
world, etc." — Byron, 

153 The Prince of Orange, William 
III, embarked from Holland 
and landed at Torbay, Nov- 
ember 4, 1 688, after a stormy 
passage. The yacht in which 
His Majesty sailed was, after 
many changes and services, 
finally wrecked on Hamburgh 
sands while employed in the 
Hull trade. 

206 Van Tromp's shallop at the 
entrance of the Scheldt. 

284 Helvoetsluys — the City of 
Utrecht, 64, going to sea. 

355 "Then Nebuchadnezzar came 
near to the mouth of the 
burning fiery furnace, and 
said, Shadrach, Meshach, 
and Abednego, come forth 
and come hither, etc." — 
Daniel^ iii, 26. 

453 Staffa, Fingal's cave. "Nor of 
a theme less solemn tells, 
tic:'— Lord of the Isles. 

1833. 8 Rotterdam ferry boat. 

109 Bridge of Sighs, Ducal Palace, 
and Custom House, Venice. 
Canaletti painting. 

125 Van Goyen looking out for a 
subject. 

146 Van Tromp returning after the 
battle off the Dogger Bank. 

169 Ducal Palace, Venice. 

462 Mouth of the Seine, Quille- 
bceuf. This estuary is so 
dangerous, from its quick- 
sands, that any vessel taking 
the ground is liable to be 
sanded and overwhelmed by 
the rising tide, which rushes 
in in one wave. 
1^34- 5» The fountain of Indolence. 

75 The Golden bough. (MS. 
Fallacies of Hope.) 

175 Venice. 

199 Wreckers, coast of Northumber- 
land, with a steam boat as- 
sisting a ship off shore. 



1834. 317 St MichaePs Mount, Corn- 

wall. 

1835. 24 Keelmen heaving in coals by 

night. 
74 The bright stone of honour 
(Ehrenbreitstein),and Tomb 
of Marceau, from Byron's 
Childe Harold. 
"By Coblentz, on a rise of 

gentle ground. 
There is a small and simple 
pyramid, etc." 
155 Venice, from the porch of 

Madonna della Salute. 
234 Line fishing off Hastings. 
294 The burning of the Houses of 
Lords and Commons, Octo- 
ber 16, 1834. 

1836. 73 Juliet and her nurse. 

144 Rome, from Mount Aventine. 
182 Mercury and Argus. 

1837. 31 Scene: a street in Venice. 

^^ Antonio. Hear me yet, good 
Shylock. Shylock. Ill have 
my bond." — Merchant of 
VenicCy act iii, sc. 3. 

1 30 Story of Apollo and Daphne. — 
Ovid's Metamorphoses. 
" Sure is my bow, unerring is 
my dart, etc." 

274 The parting of Hero and Lean- 
der ; from the Greek of 
Musaeus. " The morning 
came too soon, etc." 

480 Snowstorm, avalanche and in- 
undation — a scene in the 
upper part of Val d'Aout, 
Piedmont. 

1838. 31 Phryne going to the public bath 

as Venus — Demosthenes 
taunted by i£chines. 

57 Modem Italy; The Pifferari. 

192 Ancient Italy; Ovid banished 
from Rome. 

1839. 43 The fighting "Temeraire," 

tugged to her last berth to be 
broken up, 1838. "The flag 
which braved the battle and 
the breeze, No longer owns 
her." 
66 Ancient Rome; Agrippina land- 
ing with the ashes of Ger- 
manicus. The Triumphal 
Bridge and palace of the 
Caesars restored. 
** The clear stream, aye. 
The yellow Tiber, glimmers to 

her beam 
Even while the sun is set- 
ting." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Turner, Joseph Mallord William, R,A. 
— continued. 

1839. 70 Modern Rome;Campo Vaccine. 

"The moon is up and yet it 
is not night, The sun as yet 
divides the day with her." 

360 Pluto carrying off Proserpine. 
— Ovid^s Me tarn, 

463 Cicero at his villa. 

1840. 27 Bacchus and Ariadne. 

55 Venice, the Bridge of Sighs. 
"I stood upon a bridge, a 
palace and a prison on each 
hand." — Byron. 
71 Venice, from the Canale della 
Giudecca, chiesa di S. Maria 
della Salute, etc. 

203 Slavers throwing overboard the 
dead and dying. Typhon 
comingon. "Aloft, all hands, 
strike the top-masts and be- 
lay, etc."— J/IS". Fallacies of 
Hope, 

243 The new moon; or, Fve lost 
my boat. You shan't have 
your hoop. 

419 Rockets and blue lights (close 
at hand) to warn steam-boats 
of shoal water. 

461 Neapolitan fisher-girlssurprised 
bathing by moonlight. 

1 84 1. 53 Ducal Palace, Dogano, with 

part of San Georgio, Venice. 
66 Giudecca, la Donna Salute and 
San Georgio. 

176 Schloss Rosenau, the seat of 
H.R.H. Prince Albert of 
Coburg, near Coburg, Ger- 
many. 

277 Depositing of John Bellini's 
three pictures in la Chiesa 
Redentore, Venice. 

532 Dawn of Christianity (Flight 
into Egypt). " That star has 
risen." — Rev. T. Gisbome's 
Walks in a Forest. 

542 Glaucus and Scylla. Ovid's 
Metamorphoses. 

1842. 52 The Dogano, San Giorgio, Ci- 

tella, from the steps of the 
Europa. 
73 Campo Santo, Venice. 

182 Snow storm — steam-boat off a 
harbour's mouth making 
signals in shallow water, and 
going by the lead. The 
author was in this storm on 
the night the Ariel left Har- 
wich. 

338 Peace— burial at sea. "The 



midnight torch gleamed o'er 
the steamer's side, And 
Merit's corse was yielded to 
the tide."— /ii//aaf J of Hope 
{Bunal of Wiikie). 

1842. 353 War. The exile and the rock 

limpet 
"Ah! thy tent-formed shell is 

like 
A soldier's nightly bivouac, 
alone 

Amidst a sea of blood 

but you can join your 

comrades.*' 

— Fallacies of Hope. 

1843. '4 The opening of the Wallhalla, 

1842. 
" Who rode on thy relentless 

car, fallacious Hope? 
He, though scathed at Ratis- 

bon, poured on 
The tide of war o'er all thy 

plain, Bavare, 
Like the swollen Danube to 

the gates of Wien; 
But peace returns — the morn- 
ing ray 
Beams on the Walhalla, reared 

to science and the arts, 
And men renowned, of Ger- 
man fatherland." 
129 The sun of Venice going to 
sea. 
''Fair shines the mom, and 
soft the Zephyrs blow a 
gale, 
Venicia's fisher spreads his 

painted sail, 
Nor heeds the demon that in 

grim repose 
Expects his evening prey." 
144 Dogana, and Madonna della 

Salute, Venice. 
363 Shade and Darkness — ^the even- 
ing of the Deluge. 
" The moon put forth her sign 

of woe unheeded ; 
But disobedience slept; the 
darkening Deluge closed 
around 
And the last token came; the 

giant framework floated. 
The scared birds forsook their 
nightly shelter screaming. 
And the beasts waded to the 
ark." 

— Fallacies of Hope. 
385 Light and colour (Goethe's 
theory)— the morning after 
the Deluge — Moses writing 



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1843- 554 
1844. " 



62 

ass 



345 
356 



1845. 


so 




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117 




162 




396 




422 


1846. 


59 




74 




»37 



384 



411 



494 



1847. 180 



VIII. 



the book of Genesis. " The 
ark stood firm on Ararat, 
etc." MS. FcUlades of Hope, 

St. Benedetto looking towards 
Fusina. 

Ostend. 

Fishing boats bringing a dis- 
abled ship into Port Rys- 
dael. 

Rain, steam and speed — The 
Great Western Railway. 

Van Tromp, going about to 

please his masters, ships a 

sea, getting a good wetting. 

Vide Lives of the Dutch 

Painters. 

Venice, Maria della Salute. 

Approach to Venice. " The 
path lies o'er the sea in- 
visible, etc." — Rogers' Italy, 
" The moon is up, etc." — 
Byron, 

Venice Quay, Ducal Palace. 

Whalers. F/itilfBeale's Voyage, 
p. 163. 

Whalers. Vide Beale's Voyage, 
p. 165. 

Venice, Evening — gomg to the 
Ball. MS. Faiiades of Hope, 

Morning — returning from the 
Ball, St Martino. MS, Fal- 
lades of Hope, 

Venice — noon. MS. Fallacies 
of Hope, 

Venice, sunset — a fisher. MS, 
Fallacies of Hope. 

Returning from the ball (St. 
Martha). 

Going to the ball (San Mar- 
tino). 

" Hurrah ! for the whaler Ere- 
bus! another fish!" Beale's 
Voyage. 

Undine giving the ring to Mas- 
saniello, fisherman of 
Naples. 

The Angel standing in the sun. 
" And I saw an angel stand- 
ing in the sun, etc." — Revela- 
tion xix, 17,18. "The morn- 
ing march that flashes to the 
sun, etc," — Rogers, 

Whalers (boiling blubber) en- 
tangled in flaw ice, endea- 
vouring to extricate them- 
selves. 

The hero of a hundred fights. 
An idea suggested by the 
German invocation upon 
casting the bell; in England 



called Tapping the furnace. 
MS. Fallades of Hope, 

1849. 81 The wreck buoy. 
206 Venus and Adonis. 

1850. 174 Mercury sent to admonish 

iEneas. "Beneath the 
morning mist Mercury waited 
to tell him of his neglected 
fleet." — ^1/5. Fallades of 
Hope. 

192 iSneas relating his story to 
Dido. " Fallacious Hope 
beneath the moon's pale 
crescent shone. Dido lis- 
tened to Troy being lost 
and won." — MS, Fallades of 
Hope, 

373 The Visit to the tomb. "The 
sun went down in wrath at 
such ^Qctit:'— MS Fallades 
of Hope, 

482 The departure of the fleet. 
" The orient moon shone on 
the departing fleet. Nemesis 
invoked, the priest held the 
poisoned cup." — MS, Fal- 
lades of Hope, 

TURNER, Laurence A. ... Architect. 
56, Doughty Street. 
1897. 1 910 Design for a carved wood 
panel. 

TURNER, Miss Mary Painter. 

114, Great Queen Street, 
1798. 75 » The Diana Tulip. 

TURNER, Miss Maude M.... Painter. 
20, Copthall Avenue, 
1903. 999 Her first sitting. 

TURNER, P Miniature Painter. 

West Ham^ Essex. 

1 781. 318 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1782. 276 do. do. 
1785. 33 « do. do. 

TURNER, Robert Painter. 

1839. 480 The grinders. 

585 The Grinder's dinner hour. 

Ridgway^ near Sheffield. 
1 84 1. 465 Gipsy Camp, with an approach- 
ing thunderstorm. 
602 An applicant for admission 
into the boys' charity school, 
Sheffield. 
632 Sheffield Grinder's Christmas 
dinner, with mummers. 
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Turner, Robert — continued, 

1 84 1. 660 Modern improvements; or the 
deserting village. 

4, Brewer Street^ Pimiico, 
1844. 224 Sketch, game and vegetables. 

TURNER, Sophia A Painter. 

24, Charing Cross. 

1 791. 623 The last scene of the Maid of 

the Mill. 

1792. 725 Scene in Love in a Village. 

1793. 847 I ncle discovering Yarico in the 

cave. 



TURNER, T Painter. 


1808. 


455 View from Halldown, Devon- 




shire. 




469 View of the waterfall, Chud- 




leigh, Devon. 




19, Stephen Street, 




Rathbone Place. 


1811. 


284 A waterfall near Lynmouth, 




Devon. 


1812. 


437 A waterfall near Chudleigh, 

Devon. 
711 A View near Lynmouth, 






Devon. 


1813. 


778 A Cottage in Devonshire. 


1814. 


538 Fall of the Lyn, North Devon. 




6, Charlotte Street, 




Portland Place. 


1815. 


425 Bickleigh Vale, Devon. 




^2, John Street, 




Fitzroy Square. 


1818. 


467 Master J. Melville. 




848 View near Exeter. 


1819. 


853 Part of Tiverton Castle. 




1007 View of Mam head church, 




Devon. 


1820. 


760 View near Sidmouth. 


1827. 


639 A portrait. 


1834. 


477 Cove Bridge, near Tiverton. 




535 Cottage Scene near Towen, 




Merionethshire. 




21, Dempsey Street, Stepmy. 


1837. 


951 View near Islington, from a 




sketch in 1824. 


1839. 


595 Portrait of an artist. 



TURNER, Thackeray Architect. 

24, Bucklersbury. 
1836. 946 Design for a nobleman's man- 
sion. 
1043 Design for a residence in the 
gothic style. 

\l,Judd Place West. 

1842. 1009 Design for the Infant Orphan 

Asylum at Snaresbrook, etc. 



1844. 121 1 One of the designs for the 
column proposed to be 
erected to the memory of 
the late Earl of Leicester in 
Holkham Park, Norfolk. 

1859. 1090 Design for the Ulster Bank. 



TURNER, W Painter. 

At Mr. G. Turnet^s, 

Walthamstow. 
1787. 47" Dover Castle. 

601 View of Wanstead House, the 
seat of Sir James Tinley 
Long. 

129, Shoreditch, 
1792. 479 View of Paris, from the side of 
the Louvre. 
533 View of Chinkford Hall, Essex. 
1808. 463 Somerset House, from the 
Thames. 
551 View of Guildhall, from the 
End of King Street. 
18 1 3. 66 Portrait of a gentleman. 
125 do. young lady. 

353 View of Portsmouth, from 
Gosport. 
18 1 6. 4 View of Rochester and Chat- 
ham, from the Martello 
lights. 
223 Portrait of a young lady. 
360 do. Mrs. J. B. Sharpe. 



TURNER, W Sculptor. 

Richmond Buildings. 
1804. 929 Bust of an old lady. 
7, Union Street, 

Berkeley Square. 

1 8 13. 545 Portrait of Mr. Tucker. 
894 Bust of Mr. T. Brown. 

1 8 14. 762 do. an artist. 

1815. 908 do. J. Shaw, Esq. 

18 19. 1243 do. the late Mrs. Phillips 
of Tean Hall. 



TURNER, William (of Oxford). 

Painter. 
15, Broad Street, 

Golden Square. 
1807. 143 A scene from Nature. 

203 Scene near Woodstock, Oxford- 
shire. 
510 A Wood scene near Burford, 
Oxfordshire. 
London Place, 

St. Clement's, Oxford. 
1826. 241 A landscape. 

340 New Forest, Hants. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



43 



16, St. John Street, Oxford. 
iS37« *35 Winter — scene in Cumnerfield, 
near Oxford. 

1839. 525 View of Portsmouth Harbour 

in the time of peace, as it is 
seen from Portsdown Hill. 

1840. 194 View near Shipton-on-Cherwell, 

Oxfordshire. 

1846. 1 1 50 View from Bow Hill, on the 
South Downs, near Chi- 
chester — Langston and 
Portsmouth Harbours, and 
the Isle of Wight in the 
distance. 

1857. 475 A View near Burton Dasset, 
Warwickshire. 

TURNER, W. A Painter. 

18, Abliey Place, 

St. John's Wood. 
1844. 16 Wild Fowl. 

(W. A. Turner in the index, and 
W, H. Turner in the catalogue.) 

TURNER, William B Painter. 

Trefriw, North Wales. 
1887, 279 A country smithy. 

TURNER, William D Painter. 

13, Lee Street, 

Kings land Road. 
1902. S63 Portrait of a girl. 

890 Study of a man's head. 
958 Muriel. 

TURNER, William L Painter. 

The Walnuts, 

Barrow, near Derby. 

1890. 734 The gloom of the Forest, near 

Killin, N.B. 

1891. U13 A lone glen in the Western 

Islands. 

1892. 68 Among the wild mountains. 

1893. »84 "The strength of the hills is 

His also." 
Clavelly, York Hill, 

Loughton, Essex. 

1896. 156 Where peace and silence reign. 

Hawkshead, Lancashire. 

1899. 891 Mid mountain solitudes; near 

Coniston. 

1900. 47 "A temple not made mth 

hands.'' 
Deerholme, Levens, near 

Milnthorpe, Westmoreland. 

1901. 513 Guardians of the valley. 

903 " 'Mid mountains of our north- 
em land, Where nature su- 
preme." 



1 90 1. 909 "Trailing mists o'er rugged 
mountains." 

The Firs, Kesu^ick. 

1904. 251 "Land of brown heath and 
shaggy wood, Land of the 
mountain and the flood." 

TURNER and PALMER. 

Architects. 

85, Gracechurch Street, 

1 89 1. 1830 Office of the Hong Kong and 

Shanghai Banking Company. 

TURNERELLI, Peter Sculptor. 

(Sculptor and Modeller to H.R.H. the 
Princess of Wales.) 

9, Poland Street. 
1802. 958 A nest of cupids. 

1056 Bust of the Rev. Arthur 

O'Leary. 
1084 Bust of H.R.H. Princess Char- 
lotte of Wales. 

22, Greek Street, Soho. 

1804. 848 A bust of Admiral Cell. 

1805. 724 Bust of C. Townley, Esq. 
740 do. — Bentham, Esq. 
782 An Egyptian Goddess. 
812 Bust of Mr. C Dignum. 

1806. 831 The bust of a young lady. 
837 An Egyptian candalabrum. 
852 A bust of A. Murphy, Esq. 

1807. '^^3 ^U8t in marble of Lord Mel- 

ville. 
1095 Bust of a lady. 
1098 Bust in marble of the late Rt. 

Hon. W. Pitt. 

1808. 860 Figure of Comedy for a can- 

dalabrum. 

865 Bust of J. Watts, Esq. 

883 Bust in marble of Mr. Oakly. 

893 Figure of Tragedy for a can- 
dalabrum. 

963 Bust of Su- T. B. Proctor, Bart. 

995 do. Lady B. Proctor. 

1809. 777 A figure of Vesta for a can- 

dsdabrum. 
788 A bust of Colonel Burr, late 

Vice-President of America. 
790 Bust of Mr. Fitzsimmons. 
863 A bust of H.R.H. the Duke of 

Cumberland; executed in 

marble. 
877 A bust of Mrs. Seabright. 

1 8 10. 769 A Madona. 

844 The model part of a monument 
to be erected in Canterbury 
Cathedral to the memory of 
Lieut. -Colonel Stewart, 9th 
foot, who gloriously fell at 
the battle of Roleia. 



44 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



TurncrcUi, Peter— ^onftnued, 

1810. 870 Bust of a lady. 

883 The jubilee bust of His Ma- 
jesty. 

893 A bust of King William the 
third. 

181 1. 944 A statue of the King. 

955 Caro, a favourite Venetian grey- 
hound, for the Countess of 
Breadalbane. 

181 2. 890 Bust of Blair, late Lord Presi- 

dent of Scotland. 
891 Bust of the Hon. H. Erskine. 
908 A small model of the national 

bust of His Majesty. 
930 Bust of a lady. 

18 13. 900 Rev. J. Archer. 

902 A sacrifice, being part of a work 
to be executed for Spetchley 
Hall, near Worcester, the 
seat of R. Berkley, Esq. 

917 Bust of the Rt. Hon. H. 
Grattan. 

920 Bust of the Marquess of Well- 
ington. 

933 A crucifix in ivory. 

938 Rev. W. V. Fryer, First Chap- 
lain to the Portuguese Em- 
bassy. 

940 Dr. Elrington, Provost of 

Trinity College, Dublin. 
(Sculptor to the Queen.) 

18 1 4. 766 Bust of R. Elsam, Esq. 

783 do. the Hon. H. Erskine. 

786 do. theRt. Hon. Sir Joseph 
Banks, Bart., K.B. for the 
Royal College of Surgeons. 
67, Newman Street, 

1815. 881 Bust of the Bishop of Win- 

chester. i^Hon. Brownlow 
North,) 
894 Bust of Field-marshal Prince 
Blucher. 

1 81 6. 919 Sketch for a monument, in me- 

mory of Robert Burns, the 
Scottish Bard, to be placed 
in the mausoleum now erect- 
ing at Dumfries. "The 
poetic genius of my country 
found me, as the prophetic 
Bard Elijah did Elisha, at 
the plough, and threw her 
inspiring mantle over me." — 
Bum^ Dedication, 

941 Bust of Count Platoff. 

954 do. His Grace the Duke of 

Wellington. 
959 Aj^bust of His Majesty Louis 

the Eighteenth, King of 

France. 



18 1 6. 965 Bust of the Most Rev. Dr. 

Troy, Roman Catholic Arch- 
bishop of Dublin. 

181 7. 1044 The nuptial bust of H.R.H. 

Princess Charlotte of Saxe- 
Coburg. 
1053 The nuptial bust of His S.H. 
Leopold, Prince of Saxe- 
Coburg. 

1818. 1060 Bust of Her late R.H. the 

Princess Charlotte. 
1093 Bust of His Majesty for the 
Royal College of Maynoothi 
Ireland. 

1 8 19. 1206 Bustof the Bishop of Norwich. 

{Bathurst.) 

1820. 1030 Marble bust of His late Royal 

Highness the Duke of Kent. 

1031 Bust of Lord Audley. 

1036 do. Lady Audley. 

1040 do. the Bishop of Jerusa- 
lem. 

182 1. 1 1 10 Marble bust of the late Mr. 

Grattan. 
1 1 1 3 Bust of Lady Caroline Lamb. 
1137 do. J. Logier, Esq. 

1823. 1069 do. Sir R. Phillips. 

1072 do. the Princess Victoria 

of Kent at the age of two 

years. 
1075 Bust of H. S. Johnston, Esq. 
1112 Marble bust of her late R.H. 

the Princess Charlotte of 

Saxe-Coburg. 

1824. 989 Bust of Dr. Gall the Craniolo- 

gist. 
998 Marble bust of the late Right 
Rev. Dr. Poynter, C.A., 
London District. 

1825. 1004 Bust of Alderman Waithman. 
1038 do. William Jerdan, Esq. 
1055 do. J. Collitch, Esq. 

no. Great Portland Street. 

1826. 1023 Bust of Thomas Bellamy, 

Esq. 
1078 Bust in marble, Countess of 
Newburgh. 

1827. 1084 Marble bust of Miss Stephens. 

no, Great Portland Street^ 

and 168, Regent Street. 

1828. 1153 Bust of Daniel O'Connell, 

Esq. 
1 1 55 do. the Rt. Rev. Dr. Doyle. 

1204 do. Sir George Farrant. 

1829. 1 1 66 Marble bust of the Earl of 

Ossory. 
1 181 Marble bust of the Marquess 
of Anglesea. 

1205 Marblebust of Donna Marian, 

Queen of Portugal. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



45 



1830. 1 1 82 Right Hon. Henry Kendal 

Bushe, Lord Chief Justice 
of Ireland. 

1831. 1 129 Princess Adelaide Carolath, 

god-child to Her Majesty. 
1 147 Lady Morgan the authoress. 
1155 Princess Lucy Carolath. 

1832. 1 127 Bust of the Hon. Mrs. Ed- 

ward Pellew. 
1164 Marble bust of Admiral 
George Parker. 

1222 Marble bust of Mrs. George 

Parker. 

1223 Bust of Miss Fanny Kemble. 
1228 do. Viscount Nevill. 

62, Newman Street^ 

^^ 9S> ^^^ Bond Street. 

1833. 1 1 16 Bust of a gentleman. 

1 1 89 Bust, in marble, of Sir Henry 

Halford, Bart. 
1220 Bust of the Right Rev. Dr. 

Bramston. 

1834. 1050 Bust of the Bishop of Exeter. 

{Henry Phillpotts,) 
1059 Marble bust of Sir George 

Farrant. 
nil Bust of Lord Stafford. 

1835. 1061 Thomas Attwood, Esq., M.P. 

1070 N. A. Vigors, Esq. 

1071 Dr. Philpot, Bishop of Exeter. 
1 1 24 Viscount Frankfort de Mont- 
morency. 

1836. 1078 Bust of H. Woodthorpe, Town 

Clerk of the City of Lon- 
don. 

1837. 1224 Bust of Chevalier Buckhausen, 

Consul-General of Russia. 

1838. 1338 Bust of Mr. Hicks, Surgeon. 
1339 do. Right Hon. William 

Saurin. 
1363 His Excellency Earl Mul- 

grave, Lord-Lieutenant of 

Ireland. 
1367 Chevalier Buckhausen, Consul- 

General of Russia. 

TURPIN DE CRESSE, Count. 

Painter. 

Farts, 

1832. 22 View on the Coast of Sorrento. 

130 do. do. do. 

131 Temple of Venus at Baiae. 

255 View on the Grand Canal, 
Venice. 

TURQUAND, Miss E Painter. 

I, Lambeth Place^ Kennington. 
1802. 348 A study from Nature. 
1806. 9 Moonlight. 



TURRELL, Alfred E. 

Miniature Painter. 
4, Helena Terrace^ Windsor, 
1879. '35^ Portrait of a gentleman. 



TURRELL, Arthur Engraver. 

9, Mortimer Road^ 

St. John's Wood. 
1877. 1237 The greedy cidves. After 
O. Weber. 
38, Cavendish Road^ 

Brondesbury. 
1885. 1722 Rose Standish. After G. H. 
Boughton, A.R.A. 
1731 A spill. After J. R. Reid. 

1887. 1564 A monster. After C. Burton 

Barber. 

1888. 1629 George Grossmith, Esq. After 

Weedon Grossmith. 
1890. 1584 "All that glitters is not gold." 
After Frank Dodd. 

1897. 1583 Beatrice. After T. F. Dicksee. 
173a The Black Watch at bay. After 

W. B. Wollen. 

1898. 1488 A wee Rhodesian. After 

Ralph Peacock. 



TURRELL, Arthur J Engraver. 

38, Cavendish Road^ 

Brondesbury. 
1272 Portrait of an old 
After Rembrandt. 
1452 Portrait of a gentleman. 
Franz Hals. 
Portrait of himself. 
Gerard Douw. 
In perfect bliss." 
Sir J. E. Millais, 
P.R.A. 
1593 The top of the hill. 

W. Dendy Sadler. 
1602 The haven of rest. 

W. Dendy Sadler. 
1498 Madonna and child. 

Filippo Lippi. 
1528 "My love to you." 
W. Dendy Sadler. 
117, Alexandra Road^ 

St. John's Wood. 
1580 Portrait of a nobleman. After 

Franz Hals. 
1434 "Through the mist of past 
years." After Frank Bram- 
ley, A.R.A. 
"Laddie. 



1895. 
1896. 



1462 



1897. 1592 



1898. 



woman. 



After 

After 

After 
Bart., 

After 

After 

After 

After 



1900. 
1901. 



1903. 
1904. 



1327 



1425 Coppet, Lake of Geneva. 



46 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



TURRBLL, Charles James. 


1885. 


i493 




Miniature Painter. 




1516 




21, Brecknock Crescent, 




1553 


1873- 


117 S A portrait. 




>S55 




1395 Sibyll, daughter of the Hon. 




1563 




Henry and Lady Catherine 








Coke. 




1565 




Sycamore Villa^ Richmond, 


1886. 


1340 


1875. 


1131 Mrs. Albert Bankes; on ivory. 




.358 


1876. 


1 193 Bertie. 




«359 




Medina Lodge^ Hamtnersmith, 




1360 


1878. 


1265 The Countess of Clarendon. 




1361 




1268 The Marchioness of Or- 




1362 




monde. 




1363 




1288 Dorothy and Zoe, daughters of 




1364 




Sir Richard Courtenay Mus- 


1887. 


«3»5 




grave, Bart., with the "Luck 




U93 




of Edenhall." 




1394 




" If e'er this glass shall break 




«395 




orfaU. 








Farewell the luck of Eden- 




1396 




\i9X\:'— Longfellow. 




1397 


1879. 


1308 Lady Garvagh. 




1398 


1880. 


1367 Mrs. Berens. 




«399 




1393 Mrs. Frank Ricardo. 


1888. 


1503 




1395 Son of Mr. and Mrs. Grant 




1504 




Duff. 




1505 




1396 Mrs. Grant Duff. 




1506 




1397 Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 




1507 




Grant Duff. 




«5»7 


1881. 


1286 Master Walter Wilson Greg. 








1328 Lady Wolseley. 


1889. 


1583 




1329 Miss Douglas Ainslie. 




1584 




1336 Lady Ottoline V. A. Cavendish- 




1585 




Bentinck, daughter of the 




1586 




late General Arthur Caven- 




1587 




dish-Bentinck. 




1588 




1337 Charles Philips, son of George 








Otto Trevelyan, Esq., M.P. 






1882. 


1363 Mrs. A. Douglas AinsUe. 

1364 " Spring time." 

1365 Caroline, wife of George Otto 




1589 




Trevelyan, Esq., M.P. 




1590 




1367 Mrs. Bolton. 








1370 Miss Sybil Halsey. 








137" Kate, daughter of Frank 


T890. 


1546 




Ricardo, Esq. 






1883. 


1283 Mrs. Garnet Wolseley. 

1285 Robert, son of the Rt. Hon. 




1547 




G. 0. Trevelyan, M.P. 




1548 




27a, Old Bond Street, 






1884. 


1484 Lady Agnes Tollemache-Scott. 




1549 




i486 Dorothy Ann, daughter of 




1550 




Jervoise Smith, Esq. 








1496 Eveline Catherine, daughter of 








W. H. Gladstone, Esq., 




1568 




M.P. 


1 89 1. 


iS49 




1498 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 






1885. 


1477 Elaine, daughter of Sir John 




1550 




Jenkins, M.P. 




«55« 



The Countess of March. 
The Marchioness of Kildare. 
Sir John Jenkins, M.P. 
Mrs. Ramsden. 
Robert, son of Robert F. Bur 

ton, Esq. 
Hon. Mrs. W. H. Gladstone. 
Lady Eva Wyndham Quin. 
Mrs. Leopold de Rothschild. 
Lady Sybil Primrose. 
Lady Peggie Primrose. 
Mrs. Josceline Bagot 
Lady Mary Pepys. 
The late Lord Rokeby. 
Lady Lilian Erskine Wem3rs8. 
Sir Charles Mordaunt, Bart 
Lady Affleck. 
Mrs. Wilton Phipps. 
Osbert L'Estrange, son of Sir 

Charles Mordaunt, Bart 
The Hon. Mrs. Boscawen. 
The Hon. Sidney Herbert, M.P. 
Mrs. Houston Boswall-Preston. 
Lady Mordaunt. 
Lady Dallas. 
Mrs. Garnett. 

The Countess of Cottenham. 
The Countess of Yarborough. 
Lady Mollie Grosvenor. 
Lionel and Evelyn, sons of 

Leopold de Rothschild, Esq. 
Lady Maud Ramsden. 
Mrs. T. H. Barber. 
Mrs. Cornelius Vanderbilt 
Mrs. Marquand of New York. 
My little daughter. 
Victoria Alexandrina Stella, 

daughter of Major the Hon. 

H. C. Legge. 
" Where the wicked cease from 

troubling, and the weary are 

at rest" 
Nellie, daughter of Hugh 

Cockrane, Esq., of Boston, 

U.S. 
H.R.H. Princess Victoria of 

Wales. 
H.R.H. Princess Maud of 

Wales. 
Lady Ottoline Cavendish-Ben- 

tinck. 
Miss Audrey Battye. 
Alexander, son of Hamar Bass, 

Esq., M.P., and the Hon. 

Mrs. Bass. 
Mrs. Cotton. 
Violet, daughter of E. A. 

Hambro, Esq. 
The Duchess of Portland. 
Mrs. Arthur Sassoon. 



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1891. 1552 Lady Brooke. 

1553 Graham Vinicombe, son of 
Winchester Clowes, Esq. 

«554 William George Cobbett, son 
of W. M. Baker, Esq. 

1555 Hilda, wife of Colonel Bibby. 

1892. 1446 Anthony, son of Leopold de 

Rothschild, Esq. 
1447 Miss Norah Battye. 
144S Mrs. Heathcote. 

1449 Colonel Bibby. 

1450 Mrs. Smith Barry. 

1894. 1 301 The Countess of Carysfort. 
1350 James J. Bibby, Esq. 

1 358 The Hon. Mrs. Arthur Cadogan. 
1360 Ida, wife of Stuart M. Samuel, 
Esq. 

1895. 1218 The Earl of Carysfort, K.P. 

1245 Sir Godfrey V. Thomas, Bart. 

1246 Miss Audrey Battye. 

1896. 1397 Evelyn, son of the artist 

1398 Victoria, daughter of the Rt. 

Hon. Mountstuart Grant 
Duff. 

1399 Eveleen, daughter of Mr. and 

the Hon. Mrs. Campbell. 

1400 Lady Constance Grosvenor. 

1401 Mrs. Archibald Coates. 

1897. 1542 Lady Lettice Grosvenor. 

1543 Lord Wolverton. 

1544 Allan, son of William E. Gil- 

mour, Esq. 

1545 Lady Wolverton. 

1546 The Duchess of Portland. 

1547 Lady St Oswald. 

1898. 1424 Portrait of a lady. 
14*5 Mrs. Kennedy. 
1426 Mrs. Atherton. 

14*7 Mrs. Clement Newbold. 
1428 Lady St. Oswald. 

1899. 1399 Lady Carew. 

1400 Lady Jane Grey Forbes Tre- 

fusis. 

1401 Robert English, Esq. 

1402 Mrs. Robert English. 

1403 Edward Cecil Bewes, Esq. 

1404 Mrs. Battye. 

1405 Daughter of George A. Draper, 

Esq. 

1901. 1253 Mrs. Jeanette Leeds. 

1282 Sybil Muriel, daughter of the 

artist 
1290 Lady Hylton. 

1902. 1050 Mrs. Charles D. Stickney. 

1 1 12 Har and Fenella, daughters of 
the Hon. Charles and Lady 
Jane Forbes Trefusis. 

6, Finchley Road, 

1903. 1093 A portrait. 
1094 Alex. 



1903. 1095 Barbara. 

1096 M. Taylor Pyne, Esq. 

1097 Mary and Meredith, children 

of Mr. and Mrs. Percy R. 
Pyne. 

1098 Helen and Constance, children 

of Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Rus- 
sell. 

1904. 1137 Ethelberta, daughter of A. P. 

Russell, Esq. 
1228 Mrs. Edwin Gould. 

TURRELL, Herbert Painter. 

9, Joubert Mansions^ Chelsea, 
1898. 1384 St Dorothea. 

c\o Charles Turreh. 
1900. 1445 Elaine, the lily maid of Astolat 
1476 A study in white. 

TURTLE, Edward Painter. 

Union Street, Isle of Wight. 
1840. 322 Chalk Bay, Isle of Wight 

TURTON, W Painter. 

Whitchurch, near Ross. 
1830. 688 Dead Game. 

TUSON, G. E Painter. 

15, Harley Street. 

1854. 238 The cold bath. 

24, Ufper Wimpole Street. 

1855. 2 Portrait of a gentleman. 
246 Miss Rebecca Isaacs. 

1857. 625 Major-General Sir William 

Fenwick Williams, of Kars, 
Bart., K.C.B., M.P., etc. 

35, Baker Street. 

1858. %%% E. H. Baily, Esq., R.A., F.R.S. 

6, Devonshire Street. 

1859. 1161 Portrait of a gentleman. 

TUSSAUD, Francis Babington. 

Sculptor. 
58, Baker Strut. 

1855. 1471 Bust of Charles Kean, Esq. 

1856. 1296 Marble bust of Lady Maclaine. 
»345 My younger sister. 

1346 W. H. Russell, Esq., special 
correspondent of the 
** Times " in the Crimea. 

TUSSAUD, Joseph Randell. 

Sculptor. 

10, Salisbury Place, 

New Road. 
1855. 1463 Bust of R. P. Staines, Esq. 

1857. 1208 Francis Tussaud, Esq. 

1285 G. V. Brooke, Esq.; marble 

bust. 
1335 A sketch. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1897. 1973 Major Allan Alison; statuette. 
Sketch for the Zimbabye 
Memorial. 

14a, Cheyne Rem. 
1900. 1944 Study of a head; bronze. 
1904. 1720 Mrs. £. P. Tennant; bust, 
marble. 
1777 Jenny; bust. 



TWEE DALE, J. See Smith and 
TweedalCy vol. vii» page zgo. 



TWEEDIE, William Menzies. 

Painter. 

1847. 602 Summer. 

71, Rodney Street^ LioerpooL 
1856. 306 A. H. Layard, Esq., M.P. 

1858. 357 S. R. Graves, Esq., of Liver- 

pool. 
50, Baker Street^ 

Foriman Square. 

1859. 256 John Temperley, Esq. 
303 Mrs. Temperley. 

648 The two eldest daughters of 
T. M. Mackay, Esq. 
i860. 2 David Tweedie, Esq., R.M. 
16 Miss Isabella Searight 
571 R. T. W. Sayers, ^. 
1 86 1. 154 Portrait of a lady. 

395 Thomas Faed, Esq., A.R.A. 
44, PiceadiUy. 

1863. 461 The Bishop of Oxford. 

{Samuel Wil^etforce,) 
514 Miss J. C. Mackay. 
713 Lord Taunton. 
726 G. D. Davy, Esq. 

1864. 104 Capt A. M. Calvert, Royal 

Horse Artillery. 
345 Peter Dixon, Esq. 
385 Going out to skate. Portraits 

of Mr. Charles and Miss 

Davy. 

1865. 213 John Edward Johnson, Esq., 

Treasurer of the Royal Hos- 
pitals of Bridewell and Beth- 
lehem since 1848. Fainted 
by subscription of the Gover- 
nors. 
434 The Right Hon. Frederick 
Peel. 

1866. 263 The Rev. Dr. John Woolley, 

late Principal of the Uni- 
versity of Sydney. Fainted 
for the students of the Uni- 
versity a few weeks previous 
to his sailing for Australia 
in the unfortunate steamship 
''London:' 



TUSSAUD, John T Sculptor. 

S3, Carlton HiU, N.W. 
1 89 1. 1952 George Augustus Sala, Esq. 

1893. 1705 The late Lord Tennyson; bust, 

marble. 

TUTHILL, Captain J. V. ... Painter. 
48, Upper Marylebone Street. 
1847. 430 The dying sheldrake. 

TUTILL, G Painter. 

52, Manor Street^ St, Luk^s. 
1846. 149 Scarborough Castle. 

TUTOP, C Painter. 

Tothill Street, WestminsUr. 
1782. 521 Internal View of York Cathe- 
dral. 

TUTTLE, C. Franklin Painter. 

2, Trevor Square. 
1883. 720 Lonely. 

TUTTLE, Mrs. J. B Painter. 

William Street, Greenland, 

Glasgow. 
1889. 311 Corner in a village. 

TU VIN , John Miniature Painter. 

80, Brick Lane, SpitcUfields. 
1778. 317 Two miniatures of ladies. 
10, White Lion Street, 

Spital Square. 

1 78 1. 364 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1782. 33» do. lady. 

16, Spital Square. 

1783. 330 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1784. 264 do. lady. 

1785. 297 do. do. miniature. 

{Miss Falmer.) 

1786. 267 Portrait of a lady. 
311 do. do. 

1787. 286 do. do. 

1788. 337 do. do. 

1789. 301 do. do. 

1 79 1. 366 do. do. 

1792. 284 do. gentleman. 

TWEED, John Sculptor. 

18, Willowbank Street, 

Glasgow. 

1894. 1782 The landing of James Van 

Riebeck at the Cape; relief. 
2, Harley Studios, 

Bolton Mtivs. 

1895. 1659 John Hunter, surgeon; medal- 

lion. 

1896. 1800 The chief Khama; bust. 



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49 



i866. 315 



443 
1867. 341 



1868. 


360 
654 


1869. 
1870. 


446 

269 


I87I. 

1873. 
1874. 


476 

141 

1341 



The Rt. Hon. W. T. Copeland, 
Esq, Alderman, President 
of the Royal Hospitals of 
Bridewell and Bethlehem. 

Mr. Henry Graves. 

James Hunt, Esq., F.S.A., 
Founder and late President 
of the Anthropological So- 
ciety of London. Presented 
to him by the Fellows of the 
Society, 

Neapolitan Peasant. 

James Dyce Nicol, Esq., M.P. 
Kincardineshire. 

William Aitchison, Esq. 

John Laird, Esq., M.P. Bir- 
kenhead. 

Mrs. Laird, Birkenhead. 

Mrs. J. M. Currie of Havre. 

H.R.H. Prince Arthur. 

J. Stewart Hardy, Esq., M.P. 

The Rt. Hon. Gathorne Hardy, 
Esq , Secretary of State for 
War. 



TWIDLE, Arthur Painter. 

Burleighy Main-road^ 

Sidcup^ Kent, 
1903- *55 In Monmouth's ranks. Sedge- 
moor. " Who then fears to 
draw the sword And fight 
the batde of the Lord?"— 
Micah Clarke, 

TWIGG, Mrs. Alvine Klein. ..Painter. 
22, Crossfield Road^ 

Hampstead, 
1889. 381 Mrs. R. C. Foster. 

TWIGG, Andrew R Painter. 

36, Brownlow Street, 
1808. 572 Crossing the stile. 
1 8 10. 50 do. do. 

TWIGG, Joseph Painter. 

47, Mornington Road, 
1879. 1142 Hotel de Ville, Beaugency. 

6a, Camden Road, 
1885. 1859 Church of Flavigny. 
1888. 1165 The yew walk, Midhurst. 

TWIGG, J. H Painter. 

(K.L.S. Honorary Painter to His Majesty 
Mahommet, Shah of Persia.) 
12, Bedford Street^ 

Covent Garden, 
1839. 764 Portrait of His Majesty Ma- 
hommet, Shah of Persia. 

VIII. 



TWIGG, Miss Painter. 

182 1. 840 The Rev. T. Twigg. 
1824. 574 The Rev. C. Rice. 

1 2, Bedford Street, 
1828. 7*8 The Rev. Robert Twigg. 
1840. 679 Miss Love. 

TWINING, Miss Eliz. 

Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1831. 787 Portraits of the children of 

J. A. Twining, Esq. 
1835. ^^° Portraits of the children of 
Colonel Cock. 

TWISS, Miss Jane M Sculptor. 

New Street^ Killarney^ 

CO, Kerry^ Ireland, 
1901. 1785 Youthful Mercury; statuette. 

TWOART, G. C Painter. 

59a, Winchester Street, 

1866. 967 Mr. G. T. Twoart. 

1867. 1061 Mr. G. D. Twoart. 
1 1 89 Mrs. G. D. Twoart. 

1868. 1022 Stephan. 
1076 Evangeline, 
11C9 Maidenhood. 

1165 Medallion of a gentleman. 
17, Westmoreland Place^ 

Pimlico, 
187 1. 1337 Portrait of a gentleman. 

TWYMAN, Miss Miriam. 

Miniature Painter. 
3, North Villas, 

Camden Square, 

1 89 1. 1467 Doady. 

1892. 1369 H.R.H. the Duke of Clarence 

and Avondale. 



TYE, Miss Edith A Painter. 




57, Tressillian Roady 




St, John's, S.E, 


1892. 


729 White azaleas. 


1893. 


226 do. 


1894. 


1206 Carnations. 


1895. 


961 Michaelmas daisies. 


1896. 


1169 Some empty houses. 


1897. 


1 1 22 Study in grey and gold. 




1336 Azaleas. 


1899. 


1066 Delphiniums. 


1903. 


869 Still life. 




898 Pinks. 




960 Autumn. 


TYERMAN,T Architect. 




At Bailey and Wiltshire, 




Lambeth, 


1821. 


1066 Design for a museum. 

H 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



TYERMAN and PAYNE. 

Architects. 

Exchange Building. 
1832. 1094 Elevation of New Chapel, 
Puckeridge, Herts. 

. L Painter. 

Bishofs Stortford. 

Cottages at Great Hallingbury, 
Essex. 

Cottages near Bishop's Stort- 
ford. 

View near Much Hadham, 
Herts. 

Hill Farm, Much Hadham, 
Herts. 

Group of tulips from nature. 

View on the Start, nearTwyford. 

Geraniums from nature. 

Hollyhocks from nature. 

View near Cowes, Isle of 
Wight. 

Near Great Hadham, Herts. 

Flowers from nature. 

Evening. 

Miss Fanny Kemble as Portia. 
Panton PlacCy Cambridge. 

Mill near Festiniog, North 
Wales. 



TYLER, C 


1827. 


5»3 




549 


1828. 


602 




604 




670 


1829. 
1830. 


720 

553 

807 

1123 


1831. 


543 

575 
581 

857 



1832. 1089 



TYLER, Robert Emeric ... Architect. 

\o, Norfolk Street, W.C. 

187s. 987 Hanover Square Club (Cercle 

des Nations), formerly known 

as the Queen's Concert 

Rooms, Hanover Square. 



TYLER, William, R.A. 

Sculptor and Architect. 
Vine Street, Piccadilly. 
A marble bas-relief, an Indian, 
representing North America, 
offering the produce of that 
country to Britannia. 
190 A bust of a clergyman ; a model. 
200 A bust of a gentleman; a 

model. 
260 Piety, a monumental figure. 
297 The bust of a Philosopher; a 
study from nature. 
A bust of a gentleman; a 

model. 
Humility and modesty; the 
design for a monument; a 
model. 
306 A bust of an officer; a model. 
351 A bust of a gentleman {Bishop 

Pearse)\ a model. 
318 A design for a monument; a 
model. 



1769. ii6 



1770. 
1771. 

1772. 
1773- 



1774- 304 

1775- 3«5 



1776. 
1777. 

1778. 



1779- 333 A small model of a monument. 

1 780. 463t£levation of a public office. 
469 Faith and Hope; a design for 

a monument. 

1 781. 540 Religion; a monumental me- 

dalion. 

Vere Street, Piccadilly. 

1782. 554 Garden front of a villa. 

Vine Street, Piccadilly. 

1784. 459 South front of a country gaol 

now building at Dorchester. 
466 Design for a statue of a naval 
Commander {Lord Rodney), 
with bas- relievos on the 
pedestal ; a model. 
Gower Street, Bedford Square. 

1785. 624 A Belvidere to be built in a 

shrubbery. 
629 The front of a prison. 

1786. 611 Design for the Town Hall at 

Bridport. 

Caroline St., Bedford Square. 
1800. 1048 Villa Maria, built by H.R.H. 
the Duchess of Gloucester, 
near Kensington. 

TYLER, William Sculptor. 

36, Sussex Place, Kensington. 

1878. 1473 Hercules throwing Lichas into 

the sea. (Ovid, "Metam," 
book ix); bronze. 
1497 Lorna Doone; bust, marble. 

1879. 1571 C.W. Cope, Esq., R.A.; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1880. 1645 Mrs. Edmund Fuller; bust, 

terra-cotta. 
1649 Cecil B. Phipson, Esq.; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

1 88 1. 1566 Dachs and Hilda; two dachs- 

hunds, the property of 
E. Armitage, Esq., R.A. 

1882. 1577 Lord Carlingford; bust. 

18, Victoria Grove, Kensington. 

1883. 1539 John Meiggs, Esq.; bust, 

marble. 

1614 Miss Eleanor Stephen; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

1640 Griselda; bust, marble. 

1648 Miss Partridge; bust, terra- 
cotta. 

1884. 1685 Bust of a lady; terra-cotta. 

1885. 1969 Vice-Admiral the Hon. Henry 

Carr-Glyn ; posthumous bust. 

1886. 1870 Portrait of a lady; bust, 

marble. 

1887. 1838 The late Earl of Iddesleigh; 

bust, marble. Executed for 
the Corporation of the City 
of London, and to be placed 
in the Guildhall. 



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1887. 1900 George Rawbone, Esq., 
F.R.C.S.; bust, marble. 
1906 Portrait of a lady; bust, 
marble. 

1889. 2022 The late Matthew Arnold, 

Esq.; bust, marble. 
2051 Hesitation; statuette. 

1890. 2016 do. do. bronze. 
2065 Miss Naden; bust, marble. 

Executed for MasorC 5 Science 
College^ Birmingham, 

1 89 1. 2056 The golfer; statuette, bronze. 

1892. 1866 Dachshund; group, bronze. 

1 93 1 The late Cardinal Newman; 
statuette. 

1893. 1728 A portrait; head, marble. 



TYNDALE, Walter Painter. 

34, Milsom Street, Bath, 
1880. 527 Sara Bernhardt. 

138, Cromwell Road, S,W, 

1882. 394 A little King. 
860 Light reflections. 

17, Fitzroy Street, 

1883. 65 St. Sebastian, Bruges. 

Lyme Farm, Eltham, 
1885. 2 Bean picking in Kent. 

Crofts, Haslemere, Surrey, 

1888. 204 At the Well, Ciboure, Basses- 

Pyr^n^es. 

1889. 761 The sermon. 

1890. 8n The foster mother. 

1282 Anstead's Brook, Haslemere, 
Surrey. 
1894. 1048 An interested spectator. 
1897. 1327 A fondak at Dar el Beida, 
Morocco. 
1350 A market at Rabat, Morocco. 

1 90 1. 1012 A courtyard in Cairo. 

Broad Dene, Haslemere, 

1902. 928 Gateway of the Villa Colonna, 

Rome. 
1003 The Herren-Gasse. 



TYRRELL, C Architect. 

6, Guildhall Yard, 
1820. 937 Design for a public building. 



TYRRELL, Thomas Sculptor. 

23, Methley St,, Kennington, 
1884. 1713 Day-dreams; bust, terra-cotta. 
4, Daly ell Road, StockwelL 
1887. 1881 Study of a head. 
1889. ^*^7 Shells; statuette. 

Kennington Studios, 

Princes Square, S,E. 
1898. 1906 Sylvan harmony; group. 



1 90 1. 17 1 5 Sketch design for a tablet for 

technical institute. 

1902. 1633 A votary; statuette, bronze. 
1904. 1762 His heritage; statuette. 

TYRRELL, W. A Painter. 

63, Arlington Street, 

Camden Town, 
1854. 223 Portrait of a young lady. 

TYRWHITT, Rev. R. St. John. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1864. 753 The top of Mount St. Cath- 
erine, Desert of Sinai. 

Ketelby, Oxford. 
1880. 821 Gleams — Corrie-Arder, Loch 
Laggan. 

TYRWHITT, Walter S. S.... Painter. 
62, Banbury Road, Oxford, 
1894. 1041 Sunset from the Piccola Ma- 
rina, Capri. 
c\o Wm, Innes, 

20, High Street, Oxford. 

1896. 1256 Sunset on Damascus, from 

Salahiyeh. 
129, Woodstock Road, Oxford, 

1897. 1294 The minaret of Jesus, Great 

Mosque, Damascus. 

1 90 1. 1 107 Damascus — evening. 

1904. 1095 Sunshine and shower at Se- 
govia. 

T YSO N , Miss Alice Painter. 

9, Frodsham Street, Chester, 
1889. 105 1 Daffodils. 
1892. 755 Chrysanthemums. 

TYSON, John H Painter. 

83, Bell Road, Seacombe, 

near Liverpool, 

1898. 1255 In an old world village. 

14, Chatsworth Avenue, 

Liscard, Cheshire, 

1899. 1055 Flowery June. 

1900. 1328 A chrysanthemum garden. 

T YTLER, George Painter. 

10, Villiers Street, Strand, 

1823. 1021 View of the interior of St. 

Peter's, Rome; drawn on 
the spot. 
(Draughtsman to H.R.H. the Duke 
of Gloucester.) 

1824. 824 Portrait of Sir English Dolben. 

1825. 263 Padre Bar tolomeo Francescano 

di Lucca. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



UBSDELL, R. H. C Painter. 

135, High Street^ Portsmouth, 
1843. 7^3 "^^^ E^^^ of Liverpool. 
935 Lady Portman. 
D. Ubsdell, 

26, Lombard Street^ 

Portsmouth, 

1846. 8x3 The Hon. Lady Pakenham. 

R. H, a UbsdelL 

1847. 839 Portrait of the artist. 

1849. 995 The dinner given to the Ports- 
mouth Royal Dockyard 
Battalion (2,300) by the 
Lords Commissioners of the 
Admiralty, May 25, 1848, 
in honour of Her Most 
Gracious Majesty's visit to 
witness the laying of the 
"last stone" of the Great 
Naval Steam Basin in Ports- 
mouth Royal Dockyard; 
Rear- Admiral Prescot t, C . B. , 
proposing the health of Her 
Majesty. 



, Heinrich S. ... Engraver. 

Bryntiriofiy ChelsfieUy Kent, 
Viscount Wolseley. After 

Frank Holl, R.A. 
J. M. Swan, A.R.A. After 

T. B. Wh-gman. 
Ha! ha! ha! After St. G. 

Hare. 
Dolores. After F. M. Skip- 
worth. 
Woman's head. After Franz 

Hals. 
The Duke of York. After 

John Greenhill. 
Punch and Judy. After Bellai. 
Portrait of a man. After Van 

Dyck. 
Portrait of an old woman. 

After Rembrandt. 
Madonna and Child. After 

Raphael. 
Colonel Comelis Backer. After 

P. C. Soutman. 
The Baptism of the first Prince 

of Wales. After Fred Roe. 
H.R.H. the Duke of Con- 
naught. After H. Herko- 

mer, R.A. 
The earthly paradise. 



1889. 


1780 


1894. 


1492 




1504 


1895. 


1405 


1896. 


»579 


1897. 


1717 


1898. 


17*7 
1501 




1503 




1517 


1899. 


«444 




1563 




1S84 


I90I. 


1521 



1902. 1291 An aristocrat answering the 

summons to execution in 
Paris, 1798. After Frank L. 
Cooper. 
1344 " The clouds that gather round 
the setting sun." After J. S. 
Lucas, R.A. 

1903. 1401 A lively measure. After J. 

Seymour Lucas, R.A. 
1401 Adoration of the Madonna. 

After Velasquez. 
141 6 The Madonna with the rosary. 

After Murillo. 
1419 Portrait of a man. After Albert 

Diirer. 

1904. 1369 The Holy Trinity. After Mu- 

rillo. 

ULCOQ, Andrew Painter. 

22, Pembridge Gardens, 
1889. 105 Hayle Pool, Cornwall. 
1897. 22 A bye way. 

ULLMAN, W. M Painter. 

4, Austin Friars, 
1882. 132 Breton children fishing. 
379 A Breton peasant girl. 

ULRICH, Charles P Painter. 

30, /^4, San Bamaba^ Venice, 
1889. 894 Spanish letter writer. 
1013 Gossips. 
1025 Finishing touches. 
1084 The dancing faun. 
351 In prayer. 



1890. 



UNDERDOWN, J Painter. 

2, Paragon Place, Kent Road, 
18 19. 445 View from Richmond. 

T, Underdown, 

2, Paragon Place, Kent Road, 
1823. 766 Group of fruit. 

UNDERHILL. Frederick Charles. 

Painter. 
47, Camden Street, 

1852. 288 Sea coast. 

1853. 828 Waiting for the ferry boat. 

1854. 210 Evening prayer. 

1855. 550 The gipsy mother. 

1856. 604 Leap frog. 

1857. 507 Crossing the stream. 

1858. 533 Waiting for the ferry. 

1859. 386 The young brother. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Underbill, Frederick Charles— ^<7«- 


tinued 




1862. 


368 On the sands. 




467 The young idler. 




528 The departure. 




Bedford Cottage, 




Woodland Place, 




Kentish Town 


1863. 


427 Hagar and Ishmael. 




439 The Temptation of St. An- 




thony. 


1864. 


448 The load of hay. 




531 Sea coast. 


1865. 


48 The May Queen. 




224 Sunday at home. 


1867. 


362 The porter's lodge. 



UNDBRHILL, Frederick Thomas. 

Painter. 

64, Thistle Grove. 
1874. 47 Fruit. 
48 Pears. 

I, Hollywood Road, 
1877. 933 On the Ridges, Berkshire. 
23, Femshaw Road, 

Fulhatn Road. 

1896. 1350 Andrew W. Levey, Esq. 

UNDBRHILL, William Painter. 

1849. 7*® ^rish Emigrants. 

135, High St,, Camden Town, 

1850. 274 A Greek page. 
645 Coast scene. 

47, Camden Street, 

1 85 1. 597 Cupid and Psyche. 

1852. 1098 Peat gatherers. The landscape 

background by H. Dawson, 
Junr. 

1854. 588 Jane Shore. 

1855. 5^^ Fisher-boys on the coast. 

1856. 561 The salmon-trap. 

1857. 506 The fisherman's family. 

1858. 64+ The carol. 

1859. 359 The truants. 

1862. 375 The cottage door. 

54, Carlton St., Kentish Town. 

1863. 462 The prodigal son. 

1864. 44-7 The gamekeeper's daughter. 

UNDERWOOD, A Painter. 

II, New Court, LincoMs Inn. 

1897. 878 The outskirts of the village. 
1296 Fuenterabia, Spain. 

UNDERWOOD, Edgar S. 

Architect. 
3, Queen Street, Cheapside. 

1898. 1704 Stables, Matfield, Kent. 

1899. 1609 Additions to house, Matfield, 

Kent. 



1900. 1857 Design for stabling. 
1902. 1535 Round Tower, Burnham. 
1904. 1570 Matfield, Kent, etc. 

UNDERWOOD, G. A Architect. 

18 1 2. 877 Design for assembly and con- 
cert room. 

UNDERWOOD, H.J Architect. 

At Mr, Seward*s, 

39, Cfoven Street. 

1822. 910 A Doric temple. 

1823. 1025 An architectural composition. 

UNDERWOOD, Thomas Richard. 

Painter. 

43, Lamb^s Conduit Street. 

1789. 474 St. Alban's Abbey. 

1790. 524 View in the lower court of 

Windsor Castle. 
I79I* 454 Dunstable Priory. 

540 The Collegiate church of West- 
minster, from Dean's Yard. 
1792. 520 North-east view of Winchelsea 

church, Sussex. 
1 793* ^99 Battle Abbey gateway. 
742 Waltham Cross. 
752 Hurstmonceux Castle, Sussex. 

1795. S*° The chapel at Wakefield bridge, 

Yorkshire. 

1796. 696 Dormitory of Battle Abbey, 

Sussex. 
7x4 Magdalen College, Oxford. 

1797. 520 Ludlow Castle. 

591 The Mess room in Beau- 

champ's Tower, Tower of 
London. 

592 do. do. do. 
599 View of the White Tower, from 

the Governor's door. Tower 
of London. 

1798. 438 North-west view of the Chapel 

of the hospital of St. Croix, 
near Winchester. 

1799. 429 S. E. view of Tamworth Castle, 

Warwickshire. 

602 View near Haws Water, West- 
moreland. 

848 Entrance to the cloisters of 
Magdalen College, Oxford. 

882 Entrance to the great Hall of 
Kenilworth Castle. 

1800. 438 View on St. Michael's Mount, 

Cornwall. 

1 80 1. 400 Powis Castle, Montgomery- 

shire. 
539 Launceston Castle, in Corn- 
wall. 



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UNNA, Miss Ada Painter. 

12, Lancaster Gate, 
1899. 41 S A dull day. 

UNSWORTH, William Frederick. 

Architect. 
2, Great Queen Street ^ 

Westminster, 
1882. 1232 Blair Mount, Minehead. 

1884. 1262 Sion House, Co. Tyrone. 

1885. 1741 Shakespeare Memorial Tower, 

Stratford-on- Avon . 
1858 Warehouse, Star Yard. 

3, Poet!^ Corner^ Westminster, 

1892. 1733 Selsdon Park, etc. 

1763 Christ Church, Woking. 

1893. H^s St. Mary's church, Horsell, etc. 
1560 Entrance front, **Ashcroft," 

Bumham. 

1894. 1595 Ashcroft, etc. 

1899. 1779 House at Pyford, Surrey. 

1901. 1227 Walter Tynedale*s house at 

Haslemere. 

1902. 1461 The Saracen's Lair, Mayford. 
{See DoDGSHUN and Unsworth, 

vol. ii, page 349.) 

UNSWORTH (W. F.) and NEW- 

BERRY (J. E.) Architects. 

2, DearCs Yard^ Westminster, 
1896. 1658 Design for new Municipal 
Buildings, Coventry. 

UNWIN, Miss Mary L. Hermione. 

Sculptor. 

Hall Royd^ Shipley ^ Yorkshire, 
1892. 1990 Child's head; a study. 
1899. 1968 Owen, son of H. A. Hering, 
Esq.; medallion, bronze. 



UNWIN, R. 
1785. 



31a 



1786. 
1787. 



1789. 



1790. 



... Miniature Painter. 
19, Clerkenwell Green, 
Portrait of a gentleman; 
enamel. 
322 Portrait of a lady. 
80 do. do. 

362 do. gentleman. 

392 Louisa Venoni's unexpected 
meeting with her father. 
( Vide M'Kenzie's " Fair 
Piedmontese.") 
48 View in Derbyshire. 
50 do. do. 

34f Emma. 
346 Emblematical subject of the 

Revolution. 
318 Portrait of a young lady. 
373 Romeo and Juliet, act 3, 
scene 5. 



I79I. 


93 Damon and Musidora. Vide 




Thomson's "Seasons." 




105 Eliza at the Tomb of Bertrand. 


1792. 


192 View near Nottingham Forest. 




336 Portrait of a young lady. 


1793- 


370 Confirmation. 


1794. 


540 Portrait of a lady. 


1797. 


924 do. gentleman. 




963 Holy Family. 




995 Telemachus relating his adven- 




tures to Calypso. 


1798. 


832 Narcissus. 




866 Telemachus, in the desert of 




Oasis, is consoled by Ter- 




mosiris, a priest of Apollo. 




4, Lamias Conduit Street, 


1800. 


306 Portrait of a lady. 




934 do. do. 


1801. 


825 Master Kellner. 




829 Portrait of a lady. 




12, New Ormond Street. 


1803. 


296 Portrait of a Magistrate. 




6, Braynes Road, Spa Fields, 


1806. 


656 Portrait of a gentleman. 




696 The bird's nest. 




704 The primrose girl. 




710 The anchorite. 


1812. 


595 Portrait of a lady. 



UNWIN, Thomas. 

Miniature Painter. 

1799. 460 Mr. G. Meyers. 
486 Mr. Unwin. 

2\Judd's Place West, 

Somers Town, 

1800. — (In the index but no exhibit in 

the catalogue,) 

UNWIN, William C Sculptor. 

2, Canford Place, 

Poole, Dorset, 

1898. 1888 Frame of Medallions — Sir 

William Hart Dyke, Bart., 

Earl of Cranbrook, the late 

Rt. Hon. A. J. Mundella. 

1904. 1794 Three portraits; medals. 

UPHAM, John William Painter. 

60, South Molton Street, 

1 80 1. 465 Limekiln and St. Michael's 

Chapel, near Torbay. 
47a Tor church and bay. 
481 View of Torquay. 
493 A scene through a rock. 

8, Chapel Street, 

1802. 478 View between Weymouth and 

Abbotsbury. 
540 View of Jordan bridge near 
Weymouth. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Upham, John William — continued, 

1802. 580 Osmington Fall near Wey- 

mouth— sunset. 
929 View between Weymouth and 
Abbotsbury. 
2, John Street^ Oxford Street, 

1803. 665 Chepstow Castle and bridge. 

W. Upham, 

1 7, Tichborne Street, 
181 1. 729 Clovelly, North Devon. 

731 Carisbrook Castle, Isle of 

Wight. 
740 Portland and Bellfield. 

UPHILL, Miss Jessie H. ... Painter. 
53, Kidbrook Park Road, 

Blackheath, 
1896. 1693 Relics of the brave — Westmins- 
ter Abbey. 
14, Granville Park, 

Blackheath, 
1904. 978 Memorials of valour. 

UPSDELL, P Architect. 

Gerrard Street, Soho, 
1792. 592 Sketch of a section of an in- 
tended church. 

UPTON, E Miniature Painter. 

64, Queen Street, Cheapside, 

1839. 958 Portrait of a lady. 

1045 John B. Buckstone, Esq., of 
the Theatre Royal, Hay- 
market. 

6, Change Alley, 

1840. 721 Portrait of a gentleman. 

36, Pall Mall, 

1 84 1. 863 Portrait of an artist. 
891 do. lady. 

31, Cockspur Street, 

1842. 809 Mrs. McLean. 

1 7, Euston Place, 

1843. 7°3 Portraits of a lady and her 

child. 
849 Portrait of a lady. 
919 Captain D' Alton. 

1844. 802 Master Herbert Bulkley Praed. 
837 Portraits of two children. 

1845. ^74 The Misses M'Lean. 

1846. 951 Elizabeth Clementina, daughter 

of Capt. John Townsend, 
R.N. 

1847. 701 Master Wompey, son of Mr. 

and Lady Caroline Burgess. 
762 Mrs. John Charretie. 
876 Mrs. General Charretie. 
933 Mrs. Kibble. 

1848. 748 Mrs. Alfred Wilson and her 

son. 



1848. 759 Mrs. W. Watson and her 

children. 
847 Portrait of a gentleman. 
872 Lady Caroline Murray. 
877 Portrait of a lady. 

1849. 7°* Daughter of Captain John 

Townsend, R.N., M.P. 
729 Lady of the Rev. F. Howlett. 

805 Major-General J. Charretie. 

1850. 814 The children of Alfred Wilson, 

Esq. 

1 85 1. 922 Major-General Sir De Lacy 

Evans, K.C.B., M.P. 
998 Lady Emily de Burgh. 

26, Haymarket, 

1852. 738 Lady Harriet Vemer. 
740 Portrait of a lady. 

1853. 785 John Villiers Stuart Towns- 

hend, Esq. 

1855. 932 J. Dixon, Esq. 

1856. 674 Thomas McLean, Esq. 

814 Lieut. -General Sir De Lacy 
Evans, K.C.B., M.P. 

107, Regent Street. 

1857. 726 The Marchioness of Stafford. 

92, Great Russell Street, 

1858. 659 Lady Macdonald. 

1859. 731 General Lord Clyde, G.C.B. 

1 86 1. 83 X Lady Macdonald. 
874 Miss Leclercq. 

1862. 775 The Viscountess Valletort 

1863. 848 H.R.H. Princess Mary of Cam- 

bridge. 

1864. 690 Mrs. Drake. 

699 W. R. Drake, Esq., F.S.A. 

1865. 755 The Duchess of Sutherland. 

1866. 625 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 
629 The Duchess of Manchester. 

1867. 821 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales 

and H.R.H. Prince Albert 
Victor. 
863 W. R. Drake, Esq., F.S.A. 

1868. 777 Alfred Elmore, Esq., R.A. 

806 The Duchess of Wellington. 
22, Great College Street, 

Camden Town, 

1872. 1379 W. E. Frost, Esq., R.A. 

218, Great College Street, 

1873. 1360 W. P. Frith, Esq., R.A. 
1361 The sisters. 

1874. 1 301 Clement. 

UPTON, John A Painter. 

28, Grove Place, 

Brompton Road, 
1881. 573 Study of a head. 

UPWARD, J. W Architect. 

3, Wormwood Street, 
1803. 95* A park entrance. 



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1805. 687 Design for a vestibule to a 

national building. 

1806. 802 Interior of a temple. 
804 Design for a museum. 

1807. 947 An interior view. 

1808. 845 Design for a villa. 

U'RBN, John C Painter. 

5, Cornwall Terrace^ 

Penzance, 
1890. 865 Off to the fishing-ground. 
4, Conn aught Avenue^ 

Plymouth, 

1898. 1240 A breezy day on the Cornish 

coast. 

URLAND, G Painter. 

1883. 1442 Camp life in the Thirty Years' 
War. 

URQUHART, Gregor Painter. 

41, Chepstotv Place ^ 

Westboume Grove. 
1855. 132 The Berkshire rose. 

URQUHART, William J. ... Painter. 

3, West Street, Southfalds, 

Leicester. 
1895. .374 ( Cui^ty. » oj^ ^^^^ 

237, Kin^s Road, Chelsea, 

1899. 1245 An awkward question. 

1900. 1622 Two crotchets in a bar. 

1901. 1441 Zuyder Zee boatman. 
1491 A Dutch housewife. 

URQUHARTSON, C. Q. ... Painter. 

3, Camden Road Studios. 
1895. *74 Portrait of a lady. 

URWICK, Walter Painter. 

8, Fitzrqy Street. 
1887. i^S Charles Allan, Esq. 
1x61 A stagnant pool. 

5, Park Road Studios, N. W. 

1889. 67S W. H. Urwick, Esq. 

1 108 "Who left you, love, your 
mortal dower? etc." 

1890. 805 A Worcestershire hop-garden. 

Woodbine Cottage, North End. 

1892. 8x Muriel, daughter of C. B. Rose, 

Esq. 

407 "The de'il he couldna scaith 

thee 

Or aught that wad belang thee ; 

He'd look into thy bonnie face, 

And say ' I canna wrang thee.' " 

VIII. 



1893. 


612 An idle moment. 


1894. 


187 Gladys,daughter of M.P.Grace, 




Esq. 




334 "A feeling of longing and sad- 




ness. 




That is not akin to pain, 




And resembles sorrow only. 




As the mist resembles rain." 


1895. 


150 The I^dy Middleton. 




360 A thorn. 




North End, HampsUad Heath. 


1896. 


988 " Ia)ve hopeth all things." 




1277 Threescore and ten. 


1898. 


258 Lord Middleton. 




3, Hill Road, Abbey Road. 


1899. 


94 " One shade the more, one ray 




the less. 




Had half impaired the nameless 




grace, etc." 




1044 A garden of plenty. 




1232 June. 


1900. 


299 Mrs. F. Gould. 




878 "The thoughts of youth are 




long, long thoughts." 


I90I. 


403 Sweet and twenty. "What eyes 




like thine, etc." 




732 Mrs. Fenton. 




1129 Ferrets. 




1 1 76 The rectory garden. 


1902. 


364 In that new world which is the 




old. 




434 Mrs. H. Urwick. 


1904. 


353 Mrs. Walter Urwick. 



URWICK, William H. 

Painter and Etcher. 
Clapham Common. 

1872. 1265 Mount Pond, Clapham Com- 

mon. 
1 293 Old houses, Clapham Common. 

1873. 1284 The old North bridge, Edin- 

burgh. 
1298 Etchings. 

1874. 1222 Old Coventry; etching. 

1875. 1112 Home from work — an old 

Thames fisherman. 

1880. 1350 Windsor, from Burnham 

Beeches. 

1881. 1228 The Serpentine, Bayswater; 

etching. 

USSHER, Arnald A Painter. 

2, Kingston Terrace, Dublin. 
1890. 573 Flowing inshore. 

UTCHISSON Miniature Painter. 

29, Wells Street. 
1791. 289 Portrait of a gentleman. 

I 



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UTTERSON, Edward Vernon, F.S.A. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1807. 991 A mutilated monument of a 

crusader in Winchester Ca- 
thedral. 

1808. 446 French dragoon; a sketch. 
487 Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. 

1809. 288 Old buildings at Troutbeck, 

Westmoreland. 

517 Dunstable priory. 

570 View at Troutbeck, Westmore- 
land. 

18 10. 462 A cottage at Troutbeck, West- 

moreland. 
467 An English dragoon. 

181 1. 260 Austrian cuirassiers. 
359 French heavy cavalry. 

719 A frame containing four 
sketches of Spanish costume. 

181 2. 544 Frame containing four sketches 

of French Military Costumes, 
viz., chasseur, aid-de-camp, 
carabineer of the Imperial 
Guard, and Polish lancer. 
833 East end of Barfreston church, 
Kent ; a sketch, coloured on 
the spot. 

1 81 3. 769 Costume of an officer of the 

Austrian cuirassiers, Pan- 
dour or red mantle trumpeter 
of French cuirassiers; and 
captain of French dragoons. 

18 14. 634 Military costume of the 14th 

century from the monument 
of John of Eltham in West- 
minster Abbey. 
666 English costume of the 15th 
century. 

( The above were all exhibited 
under the initials E. V. U.) 

1815. 590 The old Hotel de Ville at 

Boulogne — Entrance to the 
palace of the Prefect at 
Beauvais, originally the resi- 
dence of the Feudal Lords 
of Beauvais. 

591 A French Mousquetaire. 

593 do. do. 

( The last three were exhibited 
under the name of E. F. 
C/tterson,) 

18 1 6. 464 English costume, 17th century. 
477 do. do. 

1 81 7. 522 A Tyrolese chasseur. 

538 A female peasant of the Tyrol. 

1 8 18. 843 Inner Court of the Plis Mawr 

at Conway, North Wales. 
1820. 482 Ancient farm house near Shank- 
lin. Isle of Wight. 



182 1. 4$o Old houses in Northgate Street, 
Chester. 

1826. 467 Belfry Tower of St. Stephen's 

church at Beauvais. 

1827. 500 The cathedral at Tours, from 

the Place de TArche Vechrf 
— sketched in 1823. 
580 Old building at Blois on the 
river Loire; said to have 
been the baths of Catharine 
de Medicis. 

1828. 527 Desecrated church in St. Mar- 

tin's at Rouen. 
{The last eleven were exhibited 
under the initials E. V. U.) 



UWINS, James Painter. 

13, Bedford Row. 
1836. 10 Lynmouth Harbour, North 
Devon. 

2, Walkings Place, 

1839. 1 1 64 Maecenas' Villa, Tivoli. 

10, Paddington Green. 

1840. 29 Capuchin convent at Amalfi, 

Gulf of Salerno. 
189 Terrace of the Capuchin Con- 
vent, Bay of Naples. 
9, Amelia Terrace^ Brompton. 
1842. 12 16 The Awocatella at La Cava, 
Kingdom of Naples. 
34, Lower Belgrave Street. 

1844. 893 The Cascatelli, with part of 

the Villa of Maecenas, Tivoli, 

near Rome. 
9 1 9 On the East Lyn, North Devon ; 

a sketch from nature. 
941 do. do. do. 

Victoria Road^ Kensington. 

1845. 461 A scene in the valley of Pales- 

trina, Roman states. 

1846. 19 Lynmouth, North Devon. 

569 A salmon weir at Lynmouth, 
North Devon. 

828 Ruins of Aqueducts on the 
Campagna of Rome; a 
sketch from nature. 

1847. 514 Subiaco, Roman states. 

1850. 109 The fortress of Bard in the 
Val d'Aosta, Piedmont. 
1258 The Villa Cenci (destroyed 
during the late siege of the 
city by the French), in 
the Borghese Gardens, at 
Rome. 

65, Oxford Street. 
1855. 47S Toledo from the Banks of the 
Tagus, Spain. 

33, Ovington Square. 
1 86 1. 790 Heidelberg. 



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1861. 901 The Villa Cenci; formerly in 
the Borghese Gardens at 
Rome, but destroyed during 
the Revolution of 1848. 
1866. 406 On the Conway, North Wales. 
Cainscross^ Stroud^ 

Gloucestershire, 
187 1. 344 The mill at Chagford, Devon. 



UWINS, Thomas, R,A Painter. 

I, Somer's Place West^ 
New Road^ 

Near Russell Square, 

1803. 328 Portrait of a lady. 

1804. 688 Portraits of Dr. Thornton, 

Miss Clarke, and Dr. Uwins. 

1806. 734 Dr. C. Taylor, Secretary to the 

Society of Arts. 

1807. 349 Designs of various subjects. 

1808. 377 Belphoebe. " Her yvorie for- 

head, full of bounty brave, 
etc." — Spenser's Faery 
Queene, 

447 A frame containing seven de- 
signs. 

622 Frame containing three de- 
signs. 

1809. 351 A frame containing four de- 

signs. 
369 do. do. do. 

1810. 444 Gleaners; a sketch from na- 

ture. 

471 A fallen oak, near Abbots 
Langley, Hertfordshire. 

476 Frame containing three de- 
signs. 

4S8 Frame containing three studies 
of cottage figures. 

522 Frame containing four designs. 
22, Carmarthen Street^ 

Fiizroy Square, 

1813. 641 Sketches of the costume of the 

Proctor, noblemen, and Doc- 
tor of Divinity in the Uni- 
versity of Oxford. 

1814. 583 Portrait of a lady. 

1815. 478 do. young lady. 

Thavies Inn^ Holborn. 
1818. 493 Dr. Uwins. 

lOy John Street^ Pentowville, 

1820. 517 The Rev. James Gibson, A.M., 

Rector of Worlington, Suf- 
folk. 

19, Blenheim Street, 

182 1. 78 Dr. Uwins. 

13, Bedford Raw, 
1824. '7 Dr. Uwins. 

153 The Rev. Stevenson Macgill, 
D.D., Professor of Divinity 



in the University of Glas- 
gow. 

1824. 358 Miss E J. Giles. 

Naples, 

1830. 8 Neapolitans dancing the taran- 
tella. "It was the gayest 
scene imaginable. They 
were returning from festa of 
the Madonna del Arco, 
whose miraculous protection 
had filled them with frantic 
joy." 

25, Percy Street, 

1832. 239 The saint manufactory. "This 

shop is one of the most 
amusing things in the city. 
Here is displayed the whole 
machinery of Neapolitan de- 
votion; crucifixes. Madonnas, 
saints, angels, and souls in 
purgatory. As I passed one 
day, two Capuchin friars 
were driving a hard bargain 
with the saint-maker for a 
bunch of cherubs suspended 
from the ceiling, while some 
country - women brought 
their household images to 
be newly painted and re- 
paired." 
38, Charlotte Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1833. 336 Taking the veil. "After the 

vows had been pronounced, 
her hair was cut off, and her 
bridal dress, with all its 
worldly ornaments, ex- 
changed for the simple habit 
of the Franciscan order, 
there still remained the most 
affecting part of the cere- 
mony. She was to bid fare- 
well to her earthly friends. 
I witnessed their last em- 
brace, and I saw the doors 
close that separated them 
for ever. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1834. 3»5 The festa of Pie di Grotta. 

"The busy hum of men, 
women and children, awak- 
ened me at early morning. 
I dressed hastily; and reach- 
ing the Chiaia, found it 
already a scene of great gaiety . 
The people had been out 
before sunrise to pay their 
devotions to the Madonna 
of the grotto of Posilipo, and 
were returning laden with 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Uwins, Thomas, R.A, — continued. 

the fruits of the country, 
or bearing in triumph the 
cane of the marshes — its 
broad leaves waving in the 
wind. The fishermen had 
hauled up their nets on the 
beach, and left the bay free 
for boats, which were now 
seen passing from Santa 
Lucia to Mergyllina, gaily 
decorated, and full of happy 
groupes, all going to the 
shrine of this celebrated 
Madonna, whose interposi- 
tion had once saved the city 
from destruction." 

lo, Faddington Green, 

1835. 261 Th boy's song of love — Bay of 

Naples. 

265 The Rev. William Durham, 
M.A. 

283 Festa della Madonna del Arco. 
" Our Lady of the Arch is 
the most popular object of 
worship in all the Kingdom 
of Naples. The church at 
the foot of Vesuvius, which 
contains this wonder-working 
image, is full of votive pic- 
tures commemorating her 
miracles. The Feast of Pen- 
tecost is dedicated to her, and 
the inhabitants of the cities 
and the mountains come in 
crowds to do penance at her 
shrine. Gratitude amongst 
these simple people takes 
the character of the wildest 
enthusiasm. They cut down 
branches of trees and hang 
them round with pictures of 
the Madonna, and other 
articles purchased at this 
holy fair. With these stand- 
ards thus fantastically decor- 
ated, their heads crowned 
with garlands of the ivy and 
the vine, the family groups 
arrive at their several homes 
in Bacchanalian procession, 
dancing the Tarantella by 
the way, and singing wild 
songs in praise of the Ma- 
donna del Arco, who heals 
all their diseases, satisfies 
all their desires, and answers 
all their prayers." 

1836. 207 The confessional of the black 

crucifix. "In the little 



1836. 



church of San Giovanni, at 
Cantazure, in Calabria Ultra, 
there was an altar, sur- 
mounted by a black crucifix, 
and a confessional near it, 
to which the prejudices of 
the people had attached a 
notion of peculiar solemnity. 
On the eve of the festival of 
the saint, in the year 1824, 
a contadina of interesting 
appearance presented her- 
self at this place. What 
disclosure was made the seal 
of the church forbids to tell; 
but the confession was 
scarce over, and she was 
listening in the deepest con- 
trition to the admonitions, 
and responding to the 
prayers of the holy father, 
when a man started fix>m 
concealment, and with the 
coltellOf with which an Italian 
is always armed, laid her 
dead at the confessor's feet. 
The murderer was her hus- 
band; he had been known 
to suspect his wife's fidelity, 
and, it is supposed, had 
gained from her peni- 
tence, the confirmation of 
his fears. He fled to the 
hills and escaped justice; 
the church, immediately 
abandoned by priests and 
people, has never been again 
consecrated. The black 
crucifix, seen amidst its 
gloomy and deserted ruins, 
recalls the tragic story, and 
presents to the passer-by an 
impressive lesson on the 
dreadful effects of the dis- 
orders of the passions." 
260 The house of mourning. 
" Tired with the buffoonery 
of the carnival, I turned out 
of the public street, and 
came suddenly on a house 
in which were burning the 
funeral lights: the door 
stood open; I entered the 
room, and saw a child laid 
out on a bier decorated with 
flowers, according to Nea- 
politan custom; the mother 
was kneeling by its side; 
her fiiends, occupied with 
the gaieties of the season. 



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had left her to mourn alone. 
The contrast between the 
noisy mummery of the 
street, and the silence of the 
chamber of death, made an 
impression on my mind not 
soon to be forgotten. As I 
stood, a masker, with a guitar 
in his hand, came so near 
the window, to serenade 
some girls in a neighbouring 
balcony, that the sounds 
struck on the mourner's ear, 
and she raised her head 
with a wild expression of 
reproach, as if to ask why 
her sorrows were insulted by 
the notes of mirth; but she 
soon fell again into the atti- 
tude of grief. On enquiry I 
found the child was her 
only son, and she was a 
widow." 
1837. 42 The lesson. "The sound of 
the lively tambourine is 
heard amidst the rocks and 
hills surrounding the Bay of 
Naples, giving cheerfulness 
to solitude. On those feasts 
of the church in which labour 
is forbidden, the rude loggia 
of a vine-dresser's cottage 
becomes a scene of domestic 
gaiety. The different mem- 
bers of the family, dressed 
in their holiday clothes, after 
attending divine service in 
the chapel of the neighbour- 
ing convent, and eating their 
frugal meal in the open air, 
will spend the rest of the 
day in dancing the Taran- 
tella\ and the youngest 
children are taught the steps 
of this fantastic dance with 
as much care, on the after- 
noon of a fosta^ as they are 
taught to recite the pater- 
noster in the morning." 
164 The toilet "The 8th of Sep- 
tember (the festa of Pi^ di 
Grotto) is the only day in 
the year in which the pea- 
santry are admitted to the 
gardens of the Villa Reale 
at Naples. They come from 
the surrounding hills in their 
gayest costume; they dine 
and sleep under the trees, 
and on waking, adjust their 



dress for the afternoon's 
dance, or for a sight of the 
King and royal family, who 
on that day go in procession 
to do honour to the virgin 
of the Grotta:' 

1837. 250 A bower in a vineyard near 

the tomb of Virgil at Naples, 
with a boy playing a tune 
on the mandoline to his 
inamorata. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1838. 12 The favourite shepherd. 

145 The top of a stile. "Where 
many a garden flower grows 
wild." 

158 The Reproof. "Jesus came 
early in the morning from 
the Mount of Olives, and 
while sitting, teaching, the 
people in the temple, etc." — 
St.John^ chap. viii. 

4*1 Brother and sister. "Heaven 
lies about as in our infancy." 
— Wordsworth, 

77^ Children asleep in a vineyard. 

1839. 83 A wedding of Contadini in the 

Abruzzi. The bride and 
bridegroom returning from 
church. 
84 A newly made Nun taking 
leave of her family and 
friends before the doors are 
closed which are to separate 
them for ever. 

119 Young Neapolitans returning 
from the festa of St. An- 
tonio. 

166 Gathering oranges. Capo di 
Monte. 

1 80 Neapolitans dancing the Tar- 
rantella. 

210 The Bay of Naples; peasants 
going to the Villa Reale on 
the morning of the festa of 
Pie di Grotta. 

395 Amalfi, kingdom of Naples. 

469 The chapeau de brigand. A 
child left in the artist's study 
was found on his return 
robbing the lay figure of 
certain portions of Italian 
costume and decorating her- 
self with the spoils. 

1840. 89 A Neapolitan boy decorating 

the head of his inamorata 
at the Festa of the Madonna 
del Arco. 
92 The loggia of a vine^iresser's 
cottage in the afternoon of 



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Uwins, Thomas, R.A.^conHnued, 

a saint's day. " One of the 
earliest lessons a Neapolitan 
mother teaches her child is 
how to dance the Taran- 
tella." 

1840. a66 Study of a group of moun- 

taineers returning from the 
Festa of Monte Vergine. 
" The Madonna worshipped 
at Monte Vergine, near Avel- 
lino, is celebrated through- 
out the country for her 
miraculous powers. Every- 
body goes to her festa; 
mothers are especially anxi- 
ous to present dieir children 
to the Virgin at this aus- 
picious season ; and on their 
return, filled with gratitude 
for her favour, they make 
the mountains echo the 
sounds of joy and gladness. 
"An Asiatic convert is 
sometimes seen carrying the 
picture of his new deity with 
as much devotion, and blow- 
ing the conch with as much 
fervour, as if he had been a 
good Catholic all his life." 

269 The interesting question. " Mi 
volete bene?" 

416 Fioretta. "The innocent are 
g2iy:'—Cawper's Task, 

474 Neapolitan peasants dressing 
up the standard of the Virgin 
previous to quitting the festa 
of the Madonna del Arco. 

599 Scene from the " Merchant of 

Venice." Shylock. Hear you 

me, Jessica. Lock up my 

doors, etc. — Act II, scene 5. 

41, Upper Charlotte Street, 

1841. 166 Lear and Cordelia in prison. 

Lear has killed the murderer 
of his daughter, and is per- 
suading himself, in the fond- 
ness of his dotage, that she 
still breathes. " This feather 
stirs: she lives!"— Act V, 
scene 3. 

408 The pet of the village. "Sport- 
ive as the fawn, etc." — 
Wordsworth, 

291 The Bay of Naples on the 4th 
of June, various groups re- 
turning from the Festa of 
St. Antonio. 

622 Children returning from the 
festa of St Antonio, and 



chanting a hymn in praise 
of the saint. 

1842. 92 Maria. " Poor Maria is sitting 

upon a bank, plajdng her 
vespers upon her pipe, with 
her little goat beside her." — 
Tristram Shandy. 

95 Doroteadisguisedasashepherd 
boy. "The curate and his 
companions heard and un- 
derstood all the wordsclearly; 
and forasmuch as they con- 
jectured those plaints were 
delivered very near unto 
them, they did all arise to 
search out the plaintiff; and 
having gone some twenty 
steps thence, they beheld a 
youth behind a rock, sitting 
under an ash tree. He sate 
washing of his feet in the 
clear stream that glided 
that way." — Don Quixote by 
Shelton, 

123 The lesson. "The cottage 
stood on the brow of a rode 
that overhung the Gulf of 
Salerno. The family of the 
vine-dresser were out on the 
loggia. It was a festa day. 
They had attended divine 
service at the convent chapel; 
had returned to their frugal 
dinner, and in the fulness 
of cheerful enjoyment the 
mother was teaching her 
child the steps of the Taran- 
tella^ while the grandmother 
touched the tambourine, and 
the father looked on de- 
lighted. In a comer, a shep- 
herd was telling his tale to 
a young girl, who was per- 
haps a relation or servant of 
the family. 

1843. "4 The Confession. 

143 The Holy Man. "In every 
convent there is one monk 
more remarkable for sanctity 
than the rest. This indi- 
vidual is revered by the 
neighbouring peasantry, who 
crowd around him, and not 
content with plucking his 
gown to share the good 
man's smile, they kiss the 
hem of his garment to ob- 
tain his morning blessing." 

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child is taught by its mother 
is how to dance the taran- 
tella. 
1343. 272 A Neapolitan youth playing a 
tune on the mandoline to 
his inamorata. 

298 The pet lamb; a sketch in the 
Abruzzi. 

485 The sailor, engaged to marry 
after his next voyage, re- 
turns with a sickness that 
carries him to his grave. 
"Still long she nursethhim; 
etc."— Cra^^^. 

1068 Study for a picture in the col- 
lection of R. Vernon, Esq. 
A little girl, left in the ar- 
tist's studio, was found on 
his return whimsically 
dressed in a man's hat, an 
old woman's jacket and pet- 
ticoat, and other articles of 
Italian costume. 

1844. 211 John proclaiming the Messiah 

the morning after the bap- 
tism. " Again, the next day 
after, John stood and two 
of his disciples, and looking 
upon Jesus as he walked, he 
saith. Behold the Lamb of 
God!"— /^^«, chap, i, ver. 
35-36. 
Victoria Road^ Kensington. 

1845. 92 Peasants from the country 

bringing fruit into Naples 
on the morning of the festa 
of Pi^ di Grotta. 

" Of all the deities of the 
Neapolitans (and their name 
is Legion) there is no one 
which obtains more dis- 
tinguished worship than the 
Madonna of the grotto of 
Posilippo. History tells of 
many miraculous interposi- 
tions of this illustrious Lady 
for the preservation of the 
city and the people; a sen- 
timent therefore of deep 
gratitude makes her festa 
the most remarkable day in 
the year. The King, Court, 
and Ministers of State to- 
gether with all the military 
that can be assembled, go 
in grand procession to pros- 
trate themselves before the 
altar and acknowledge the 
power of the delegated 
Queen of Heaven; in short, 



on the 8th of September, all 
the world is in Naples. But 
to the quiet observer, the 
scenes of early morning are 
more interesting than courtly 
splendour and military par- 
ade, etc." 
1846. 107 A Neapolitan boy and girl 
dancing the Tarantella. 

116 An Italian cottage door. 

117 Cupid and Psyche. Painted 

for H.R.H. Prince Albert. 
Psyche returning from the 
infernal regions with the 
vase of celestial beauty (ob- 
tained from Proserpine at 
the command of Venus), is 
tempted by vanity and cu- 
riosity to lift the lid of the 
mysterious treasure. "Why 
should I be so silly as to 
carry all this beauty to 
Venus, without stealing a 
little for myself?" Alas ! in- 
stead of beauty there issues 
from the vase a noxious va- 
pour, which throws poor 
Psyche into a deep sleep — 
and she must fall from the 
rocks, but that Cupid, al- 
ways hovering round the 
object of his love, flies to 
her protection, revives her 
from her trance, and re- 
stores her to animation and 
enjoyment" — Apuleius, 
300 Making a nun. "The spolia- 
tion is the most interesting 
part of the ceremony. I shall 
not soon forget the clash of 
the cruel scissors, which the 
abbess wielded with a hand 
as remorseless as that of 
Atropos . . . The bridal 
jewels and the hair being 
both received in a silver 
salver, and deposited on the 
altar. The new nun dressed 
by the sisters in the shroud- 
like habit of the order, is 
again led forth in procession 
to the outer chapel, to re- 
ceive the veil from the hands 
of the bishop, and the ring 
by which he says he marries 
her to Jesus Christ, etc. . . . 
Once more, and for the 
last time, she is allowed to 
embrace her friends. The 
doors are then closed which 



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Uwins, Thomas, R.A — continued, 

separate her for ever from 
the world." 

1847. 965 Cupid and Psyche. — From the 

Fable of Apuleius. 

1848. 36 The vintage in the claret vine- 

yards of the south of France, 
on the banks of the Gironde. 
" Tired and exhausted by a 
night passed in the Bay of 
Biscay, I was too happy to 
get on shore at Pauillac just 
at the hour in the morning 
when the vineyards were 
animated by cheerful labour. 
I took the best sort of ve- 
hicle the country could fur- 
nish, and found myself at 
once amidst the estates of 
Lafitte, Mouton, La Tour, 
etc., etc. The mist of early 
morning was rolling off in 
clouds, and the sun begin- 
ning to catch on the groups, 
and to throw streaks of 
shadow across the distance. 
Nothing could be more in 
harmony with my anticipa- 
tions. I soon informed my- 
self of the whole of the 
simple process. The girls 
gathered the grapes with 
scissors; boys took their 
full baskets and supplied 
them with empty ones. The 
boys then carried their load 
to the side of the vineyard, 
where the bastes or tubs, 
were filled carefully, and 
carried by the young men to 
the charrette aux boeufs^ and 
thus conveyed to the wine- 
presses. Each troup of 
pickers had a superior with 
a long stick in his hand, by 
which he guided and di- 
rected the operations. The 
Garde de Vigne — his gun on 
his shoulder — made excur- 
sions from the rudely-con- 
structed cabaney which was 
his habitation night and day, 
and the women took advan- 
tage of his absence to put 
their children to sleep in the 
shade. To complete the 
scene, the master rode round 
the grounds with a sun um- 
brella over his head, and an 
expression of anxie^ in his 



countenance which indicated 
the value of the harvest, aiid 
the importance of the ar- 
rangements in which he took 
so deep an interest" 

1848. 670 Dorothea surprised by Car- 

denio, the curate, and the 
barber. (The figures by T. 
Uwins, Esq.; the landsome 
by Mrs. Arnold.) "At the 
stir they made m advanc- 
ing, the beauteous phantom 
raised her head, and parted 
her hair with both her hands, 
to see what occasioned the 
noise." — Don Quixote* 

1849. >^^ ^if Guyon (fighting for the vir- 

tue of Temperance) under 
the conduct of his spiritual 
guide, destroys the enchant- 
ments that have tempted his 
companions from their duty. 
" The constant payre heard 
all, etc." — The Faerie 
Queene, Legend 0/ Sir Guyon, 

1850. 151 Psyche returning from the in- 

fernal r^ons, with the cas- 
ket of beauty. — See Fahie of 
Apuleius, 

967 Development. "There is no- 
thing I know of to compare 
with the image shops and 
saint manufactories of Na- 
ples; here is the perfection 
of development. Diana of 
the Ephesians must yield the 
palm to the modem Queen 
of Heaven." 

997 Holy Romuald and the Devil. 
"There used to be rare 
work with him and the 
Devil there in yonder cell, 
etc:*— Southey. 

1851. 35 Ulysses, anxious to return to 

his faithful wife Penelope, is 
unwillingly detained in the 
Island of Calypso. — Odyssey^ 
Book V. 

"Who has not heard 
of Calypso? Her grove 
crowned with alders and 
poplars? Her grotto, against 
which the luxurious vine 
laid forth its purple grapes? 
Her ever-new delights, crys- 
tal fountains, running brooks, 
meadows flowing with sweet 
balm-gende, and with violet 
... a memorable example 
of married love, and a worthy 



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1851. 



1852. 



1853. 
1854. 



instance how dear to every 
good man his country is, was 
exhibited by Ulysses. He 
was pensive and melancholy 
in the midst of pleasure. 
His heart was on the seas, 
making voyages to Ithaca. 
. . . Minerva was indignant 
that so wise and brave a 
man should be held in ef- 
feminate bondage. At her 
request Jove ordered Mer- 
cury to go down to the earth 
to command Calypso to dis- 
miss her guest. . . . His 
message struck a horror, 
checked by love, through 
all the faculties of Calypso." 
— Charles Lamb, 

172 The parasol. "A fisher boy 
had rigged a cotton hand- 
kerchief upon split canes 
into a parasol, which, with 
childish gallantry, he carried 
over his sister and her pet." 

175 Children at play in hop-pick- 
ing time; sketched in the 
Famham plantations. 

i6a Judas. ** He went out, and it 
was night."— -yi?^«, xiii, 30. 

217 The vesper bell. "The Catho- 
lic who hears that vesper 
bell, Howe'er employed must 
send a prayer to heaven, 
€Xc:'—Southey. 
13 The thorny and the flowery 

path. 
25 The cottage toilette. 

79 A cabin in a vineyard. "A 
mother having laid her child- 
ren to sleep in the rudely- 
constructed cabane of the 
Garde de Vigne^ returns, 
with natural anxiety, to 
snatch a moment's look at 



them, whenever her course of 
labour brings her to the spot. 
The man's dog, left in care 
of his master's things, as- 
sumes the guardianship of 
the children, and seems to 
say * all is well.* " 

1854. 421 The Votary of St. Antonio, 

Naples. 
483 The faithful shepherdess. 
" She 's called the virgin of 
the grove, etc." — Beaumont 
and Fletcher. 

1855. 10 In the wood. From the Ger- 

man of Ferdinand Freilig- 
rath, "I walk within the 
wood alone, etc." 

1090 Study from nature, Winchen- 

don, Bucks. 

1 09 1 Miss Kirby, authoress of the 

"Leicestershire Flora," 
"Stories from the Classics 
for the Young," etc. 

Staines^ Middlesex. 

1856. 261 A fisherman's wife — Gulf of 

Salerno. 

454 Gleaners leaving the stubble- 
field. 

473 Uncle Tom; a study from life. 

893 Psyche returning from the in- 
fernal regions with the cas- 
ket of beauty obtained from 
Proserpine. 

1857. 237 Langford Bridge, Staines, from 

my study window. 
909 Mrs. Maddiford's garden, 

Staines, from the meadow. 
91a King Richard the Third's cor- 
ner. Bow Bridge, Leicester. 
916 Slate quarry on the Groby road, 
Groby, Leicestershire. 
{Mk Uwins was made librarian to the 
Royal Academy in 1844, Surveyor of Pic- 
tures to the Queen in 1845, ^^ Keeper of 
the National Gallery in 1847.) 



VIII. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



VACHBR, 

1838. 680 

1839. 608 

1843. 665 
764 

131a 



Charles Painter. 

29, Parliament Street 

Well at Bacharac on the Rhine. 

Street at Bacharach on the 
Rhine. 

In the Campagna of Rome. 

" The moon is up and yet it is 
not night, etc." 

The Capella Reale or Royal 
Chapel in the Palace of Uie 
Viceroy, Palermo, Sicily. 

Sketch in Venice. 

Landscape. 

The Arch of Vespasian. 

Venice. 

31, Upper Charlotte Street. 

Fezzano, Gulf of Spezzia, Italy. 
4, The Boitons. 

The Carrara Mountains, from 
La Magra, Italy. 

Attila's invasion; the first view 
of Italy. 

Etna, from Taormina, Sicily. 

Philae, midnight. Upper Egypt. 

Kamak. "Who thus could 
build dreamed not of perish- 
able homes; now ruin reigns 
supreme." 

Angera, Lago Maggiore. 

Campagna of Rome in the 
nineteenth century. 

Campagna of Rome in the 
ninth century. 

Philae, Nubia. 

Thebes during the inunda- 
tion. 



VACHBR, Sydney Architect. 

9, Argyle Street, 

1882. ii8x West front of Cathedral, Fama- 

gusta, Cyprus. 
1193 South elevation of Cathedral, 
Famagusta, Cyprus. 

1883. 1167 Design for the Middlesborough 

Town Hall. 

1884. 1347 Design for Infirmary, Hastings. 

1885. 1771 A suburban house, Elstree, 

Herts. 

1771 do. 

1910 Memorial pulpit, St. Margaret's 
church, Westminster. 
1887. 1638 Design for tower and spire. 
All Saints' Church, Peter- 
borough. 



1848. 


13x0 
70« 




IIIO 


1850. 


1 100 


1853- 


908 


1857. 


1116 


1859. 


1171 


1869. 
1870. 


S3« 
638 

5*' 


I87I. 


<39 
617 




631 


1873. 
1874. 


857 
747 



1 89 1. 1766 Wall decoration. 
1893. 1501 Design for the church of St. 
Peter, Abbeydale, Sheffield. 

VACHBR (S.) and HBLLICAR (B.). 

Architects. 

35, Wellington Street, Strand. 

1890. 1765 Design, Post Office, Hertford. 

VABRB, De. See D, vol. ii, page 314. 

VALINTINB, G. B Painter. 

4, Suffolk Place, Islington. 
1819. 1051 Elevation of St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral. 
1820.. 919 Perspective view of Westmin- 
ster Abbey. 
182 1. 951 View of Antwerp Cathedral. 

VALINTINB, N Gem Bngravcr. 

6, Park Terraa, Islington, 
1828. 495 Portrait of His Majesty; an 
impression from an intaglio 
gem. 

VALLANCB, William P., R.S.A. 

Painter. 
4, Argyle Square, Edinburgh. 
1 86 1. 540 A lee shore. 

3, Macnab Street, Edinburgh. 

1866. 536 "Break, break, break, on thy 

cold, grey stones, O sea!" 
— Tennyson. 

1867. 509 Billowness. 

I, Mount Place, Edinburgh. 

1872. 269 Crossing the bar. 

1873. 430 The Bars of Bressay. 

VALLANCB and WBSTWICK. 

Architects. 
White Hart Chambers, 

Mansfield. 
1899. 1763 Parsonage House, Mansfield, 
Notts. 

VALLBNCB, Miss Panny ... Painter. 
43, Porchester Square. 
1876. 851 Fruit 

VALMON, Madlle. Leonie ... Btcher. 

5 and 6, Haymarket. 

1886. 1437 Dordrecht. After James 

Webb. 
1888. 1599 Still evening. 



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VALSECCHI, Bagatti. 

Enamel Painter. 
46, Bemers Street 
1837. 631 Portrait of a lady in the char- 
acter of Diana; enamel. 
After Signor Palagi of Turin, 
with the portraits of Signor 
Palagi and Baggatti Val- 
secchi. 
634 Magdalen; enamel. After 
Signor Hayez of Venice. 

VAN ASSEN, Benedictus Antonio. 

Painter. 
A. V, Assen, 

13, Cambridge Street, 

Golden Square. 
1788. 641 Portrait of a gentleman. 

A. Van Assen, 

1790. 649 Portrait. 

1791. 468 Portrait of a lady. 
579 Bear baiting. 

645 A drawing from Spenser's Fairy 

Queen. 
658 do. do. 

J 792. 639 Adoration. 

731 A portrait of a young lady. 
734 A fancy drawing. 
1 793* 495 ^ drawing from an opera ballot 
(sic). 
$50 A cottage scene. 
599 The little favorite. 
618 Erictho; a sketch from Lucan's 
Pharsalia. 
1794* 393 Maternal attention. 

Berwick Street^ Soho, 

1795. 44* Children, Winter. 

2, Cambridge Street y 

Golden Square, 

1796. 493 Portrait of a lady. 

497 From Lucan's Pharsalia. 

1797. 645 Four drawings. 

1798. 502 Donna Tomaso, from Diable 

Boiteux. 
520 An Emblematical figure. 
597 Sophonisba. 

1799. 614 From the Castle of Otranto. 
615 An incantation. 

1800. 916 Portrait of a lady. 

1 80 1. 303 do. Mr. Parry. 

1802. 446 A subject from nature. 

1803. 410 Portrait of a young lady. 

411 Christ appearing to two of his 
disciples at Emmaus. 
1804* 722 Portrait of a gentleman. 

VAN BEERS, Jan Painter. 

15, Impasse Hkl^ne, 

Avenue de Clichy, Paris. 
1882. 39" The yacht "La Sirfene." 



1884. 


650 «Soird*6t^." 


1890. 


879 Henry Rochefort. 




886 A smile. 


I89I. 


812 "Reviensl" 




820 Autumn. 




910 Portrait of a gentleman 



VAN BEURDEN, Alphonse. 

Sculptor. 
1 1, Rue de la Came^ Antwerp. 

1887. 1878 L'espiegle; bust, marble. (This 

already appears in vol. 1, 
pc^ 189.) 
18, Rue de PAppelle, Antwerp. 

1888. 1974 The musical clown; statuette 

bronze. 
1990 Little clown; head, marble. 

1889. 2135 At the fountain; bronze figure. 

1891. 1959 The toilet; statuette, marble. 

1892. 1914 Reverie; statuette, marble. 
1S95. '^39 l^i^n&J head, ivory. 

1896. 1822 Bacchante; bust, ivory. 

1828 Fille des Champs; bust, ivory. 

1897. 1971 Before the bath; statuette, 

ivory. 

1898. 1900 The ballad singer; bust, ivory. 

1899. 1988 The snake charmer; statuette, 

ivory. 
2044 Fantaisie; bust, ivory. 

1902. 1654 David; bust, marble. 

1903. 1714 Winter; bust, marble. 

1904. 1793 Winter. 

VAN BEVER, A Painter. 

31, Bfidgewater Street , 

Clarendon Square. 
1845. 1049 Portrait of a student of the 
Royal Academy. 
75, Margaret Street, 

Cavendish Square, and 
59, Rue Montmartre, 

Paris. 
1847. 94 Ibrahim Pacha. 
152 A portrait. 

16, Howland Street and 
151, Faubourg St. Martin, 
Paris. 
1S55. 977 Portrait of a gentleman. 

22, Newman Street. 
1864. 309 The last rose of summer. 

71, Halton Road, N. 
1873- 554 Stella. 

VAN BIESBROECK, Julius J. 

Painter. 
Wellfield House, Forest Hill. 
1879. 985 Borrowed plumes. 

Northbrooke, Catford Hill. 
1889. 396 An old Deal boatman. 



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VAN BRAKEL, Louisa Hoyer. 

Painter. 

4, Walworth Fiace, 

Walworth Road. 
1844. 153 Some flowers in a basket. 

962 A group of fruit and flowers. 

VANCY, Duchd dc. See Duch6, vol. ii, 
page 380. 

VAN DEN BOECK Painter. 

1856. 349 The trumpeter. 



VAN DEN 



1863. 1 170 

1864. 9x7 



1865. 916 
918 



1866. 933 

934 
935 

1867. 1014 

103Z 

1868. 986 

i«57 
1163 



1870. 1 121 

1871. 1272 



BOSCH, Charles Edward. 
Sculptor. 
C Z. Vandenbosch^ 

54, Lupus Street, Pimlico, 
C. L. Ingram, Esq. 
Ermina. "Oft when beneath 
some shady grove's retreat, 
etc." — Tasso^s Jerusalem de- 
livered. 

C Vanden Bosch, 
Army; bronze, statuette. 
Navy; bronze, statuette. 
C, Vanderbosch, 

28a, Camden Street, 
The lifeboat. 
The wrecked. 
The Coast Guard. 

C Vanden Bosch, 
Souci et sans Souci; marble 

group. 
W. R. Ingram, sculptor. 
Hush; marble. 
L'Aurore. 
Bust of a lady. 
C. E, Van Denbosch, 

21, Camden Raad, 
Herr Lowenthal. 
H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 



VAN DEN KERKHOVE, A. 

Sculptor. 
13, Guildford Street, 
^^^S' >45i Cupid and swan; a group in 
marble. 
1453 Ideal bust; in marble. 

VAN DER BERGHE, J. J. 

Painter. 

North End, Fulham, 

1796. 368 The day and the twelve hours. 

WcUham Green, 

1797. 750 The night and the twelve 

hours. 



VANDERGUCHT, Benjamin. 

Painter. 

Golden Head in 

Lower Brooh Street, 

Golden Square, 

1771. 201 A portrait of a child playing on 

the guitar; whole length. 
272 A portrait in the character of 
Merlin. 

1772. 261 A portrait of a gentleman; 

kitcat. (Old Vandergucht the 
engraver, — Walpole. ) 

262 Portrait of a young lady; three- 
quarters. 

314 A portrait; three<iuarters. 

1773. 298 A scene in the Register-office. 
299 Gibby in the Wonder; kitcat. 

1774. 305 A portrait in the character of 

Petruchio ; half length. 
( Woodward, — Walpole.) 

306 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. 

307 Portrait of a young lady; three- 

quarters. 

308 Portrait of a lady; three- 

quarters. 
1 775- V^ Portrait of a gentleman ; kitcat. 

317 do. clergyman; three- 
quarters. 

318 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 

319 Portrait of a gentleman; a 

small half length. 

320 Bobadil's disgrace; a scene in 

Every Man m his Humour. 

— Act iv, scene 11. 
A scene in the Committee, or 

the Faithful Irishman. — Act 

iv, scene iii. 
A scene in the Farce of the 

Irish Widow. — Act ii. 
1776. 307 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. 

308 Portrait of an artist; three- 
quarters. (Himself and his 
/«/A^.— Walpole.) 

309 The Steward of the Stratford 
Jubilee ; three - quarters. 
(G^ar/xfi— Walpole.) 

310 Portrait of a gentleman ; kitcat. 
'777' 35» do. young nobleman 

on horseback. 

353 Portrait of a lady. 

354 do. young gentleman. 
35$ A head. 

1779* 334 A head of the late Mr. Garrick, 
being the last picture he sat 
for. 
335 The post boy; a small whole 
length. 



3*1 



322 



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Vandergucht, Benjamin— ^nftnued. 

1779. 336 A gentleman; three-quarters. 

1780. 3S Portrait of an artist. 

46 do. a gentleman. 
156 do. a lady. 

1 781. 52 do. a bishop. {Dr, 

Thofnas^ Bishop of Rochester, 
— Walpole.) 
70 Portrait of Mr. Moody in the 
character of Teague. 

165 Portrait of a Bishop. {Dr, 
Hinchiiffe, Bishop of Peter- 
borough, — Walpole. ) 

%vj Portrait of a gentleman. 

401 do. lady. 

1782. 96 do. lady and child. 
20X do. gentleman. 

226 do. do. 

361 A little sailor. 

394 A student of the stable. 

1783. 176 Portrait of a gentleman. 

229 Children at play with a dog. 
232 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1784. 5 Portraits of two gentlemen; 

half-length. 

1785. 186 Portrait of a lady. 

1786. 233 do. clerg)'man; three- 

quarters. 

t^^. Pall Mali. 

1787. 179 Portrait of a child; small oval. 

VANDERHOOP, Charles A. 

Painter and Etcher. 
Paris, 
1 88 1. 1190 Morning in Holland. 

1264 Dordrecht, Holland; etching. 

VANDER KEMP, S. M. ... Sculptor. 
50, Rue Saint Ferdinand 

Temes, Paris. 
1879. 1454 Miss A. J. M.; medallion, 
marble. 

VANDER LAAR, J. H Painter. 

The Hague. 
1838. 401 A cavalier taking a letter from 
the hand of a lady, who has 
fallen asleep in her chair. 
At the Netherlands Consulate- 
General^ 
123, Fenchurch Street. 

1848. 535 A Dutch congregation. 

1849. 369 Banditti at cards. 

Rotterdam. 
1851. 660 " Pity the poor blind." 

VANDER LYN, Nathan ... Painter. 

14, Waldemar Avenue^ 

Fulham Road. 
1897. 1678 " With daisies pied." 



VANDER PYUYL, L. P. G. 

Painter. 
Vanderpuyl^ 

25, Henrietta Street^ 

Covent Garden. 
1785. 14 Portrait of a German lady. 

15 A conversation. 

16 Portrait of a child. 

390 do. gentleman. 

1787. 63 do. lady. 

74 His Grace the late Duke of 
Northumberland with a 
gentleman. {Mr. Selfy.) 
98 His Royal Highness the Prince 
of Wales in the Robes of the 
Garter; small whole length. 
102 Portrait of a gentleman. (Afr. 

Chapman.) 
436 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1788. 13 A conversation. (Mr, Paynes 

family.) 

VANDERVELL Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1829. 148 Moonlight. 

VANDER WEYDE, Henry. 

Painter. 
The Birches^ fasper Road^ 

Norwood. 
1875. 328 Fancy head. 

182, Regent Street. 

1879. 1212 Portrait of a girl. 

1880. 1234 A portrait. 

H. F Vander Weyde, 
25, Avenue duMaine^ Paris. 
1 89 1. 1 115 Conway shore. 
$2, Rue BoileaUf 

Auteuilf Paris. 

1898. 966 Passing clouds. 

33, Rue Boyen, Paris. 

1899. '^9 Homeward. 

793 Portrait of a lady. 

Montreuil-sur-Mery France. 

1900. 367 "The seething tumult of our 

wake." 
733 Winter. 
796 Sunlight. 

VAN ELVEN, P. T Painter. 

12, Rue Git4e-bomy Paris. 
1865. 672 Preaching in the Valdese Val- 
ley in the neighbourhood of 
Mount Viso. 

VAN EVERDINGEN, A.... Painter. 

Utrecht, 
1 88 1* 45 A Dutch landscape. 



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VAN BYCKBN,JeanBapti8te. 

Painter. 
5, Place de la Chancelleries 

Bruxelles. 
1850. 213 Les Vendanges. 
1106 Le Calvaire. 



.Painter. 



VAN GANGALEN,J. 

1850. 725 Sea coast. 
1 121 Coast scene. 



VAN GOBTHEM, E Painter. 

69, Avenue Brugmann, 

Brussels, 
1898. 115 The young housewife. 



VAN 

1880. 
1881. 
1882 

1883, 

1884. 
1886. 
1889. 

1904. 



HAANBN, Cecil C. ... Painter. 
55, Baker Street. 
579 Pearl-stringers in Venice. 

109, Strand. 
589 Washerwomen — ^Venice. 

133s, San jyavaso, Venice. 
. 176 Luncheon time in a Venetian 
sartoria* 
344 The cobbler's shop. 
190 A gipsy girl. 
224 A mask shop in Venice. 
721 Afternoon coffee. 
781 A spring tide in Venice. 
4*5 A Venetian water carrier, 
looi An early cup. 

4383, Campo S. Giovanni nuavoy 
Venice. 
, 183 St. Mark's day, Venice. 



VAN HAVBRMAET, Charles. 

Painter. 
42, Linden Gardens. 

1901. 167 The children of John Hassall, 

Esq. 

1902. 87 Society. 

1903. 103 The restorer. 

22, West Kensington Gardens. 

1904. 543 The connoisseur. 

VAN HAVBRMABT, P. ... Painter. 

1 2, St. Jame^s Place. 

1879. *7o Samuel Laing, Esq., M.P., 

Chairman of the London, 

Brighton and South Coast 

Railway. Painted for the 

Board Room. 

1881. 235 The Earl of Beaconsfield, KG. 

VAN HBRNAN, T Painter. 

10, Church Street^ Soho. 
1819. ^53 Fniit piece. 



VAN LERIUS, Joseph Henri Pran- 

Sois Painter* 

J. Van Lerin^ Antwerp. 
1864 226 Vocation contrai^e. 

V. Lerius. 
1869. 729 Cinderella. 

VANLINDEN, Pierre Sculptor. 

P. Vanlinder, 

22, Warwick Place^ Pimlico. 

1859. 1275 The late F. B. Tussaud. 

P. Vanlinden, 

22, Warwick Place^ Pimlico. 

1 860. 1036 The late F. B.Tussaud ; marble. 
1862. 994 The infant Christ ; marble. 

1864. 876 Mother's treasure; marble. 

1865. 915 The Good Shepherd; marble 

statuette. 
1 1, Charles Street ^ 

Manchester Square. 

1866. 854 The Resurrection of Christ; 

marble. 

1867. 1016 Happy days. "As to her lips 

the mother lifts her boy, 
etc." — S. Rogers. 
2, Argyle Terrace^ Kensington. 
1872. 1541 "Be a good boy"; marble. 

1548 " I love you, mother"; marble. 
19, Lower Phillimore Place. 
1^75* i39< "Faith shall save my child "; 
marble. 

VAN LUPPEN, Joseph Painter. 

396, Old Bond Strut. 
1874. 706 Morning; the colombier of 
the ravine of Failmagne, 
Ardennes. 

VAN MEYDEN, A Painter. 

Rome, 
1355. 129 The first step. 

VAN MONK, E Painter. 

E. VanMonck, 

27, Great Queen Street. 
1832. 663 Composition; landscape with 
gypsies. 
E. Van Monk, 

16, Green Street. 
1^34* >S9 Landscape. 

15, Thurza Place. 

Old Kent Road. 
1835. "7® View near Newport, Isle of 

Wight 
1837. 506 The itinerant picture dealer. 

35, London Street. 

1839. II 14 Hero accused. ^^Leonato. Dost 

thou look up, etc." — Much 

Ado about Nothings act 4, 

scene i. 



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VARLBY, A Painter. 

47, Edgeware Road, 
1838. 701 Landscape. 



VARLBY, Charles Smith ... Painter. 
6, Bayswater Terrace. 
1839. 485 View from Norwood. 

13, Shawfield Street^ Chelsea, 

1842. 608 Landscape. 
675 do. 

1843. 1093 do. 

6, Upper Manor Street, 

1844. i$5 Landscape. 
968 Evening effect. 
991 Landscape. 

1032 Evening. 

1036 View in Blundeston, Suffolk. 
61, Upper Manor Street, 

1845. 1182 Landscape. 
1200 Evening. 

1202 Landscape effect 

1203 View on the Tavy, near Tavis- 

tock. 
1 216 View near Tavistock, Devon. 

1846. 142 View near Tavistock. 
907 Landscape effect. 

948 Landscape. 
989 Italian view. 

1847. 676 Landscape. 

976 View near Tavistock, Devon. 
114^ Landscape. 

1848. 688 View near Hayes. 
797 do. Tavistock. 

4S> Upper Manor Street, 

1850. 792 Ditchling Village, Sussex. 
957 Composition. 

1851. 831 Ditchling Church, Sussex. 
945 Landscape. 

1040 Evening. 

1042 Cottage at Ditchling — sunset. 

1852. 662 River scenery. 
885 Landscape. 

1 122 do. 
1 144 do. 

1853. 49» Evening. 

949 Landscape. 

1854. 277 do. 

1855. 929 Twickenham. 

1856. 904 Landscape effect. 



VARLBY, Cornelius Painter. 

1803. 593 A wood scene; composition. 

15, Broad Street^ 

Golden Square, 

1804. 285 Wood scene; a composition. 

9, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place, 
1807. 291 The traveller. 



1808. 206 Cloudy weather. North Wales. 
95, Tottenham Court Road, 

18 1 9. 330 The fearful path. "The 
earliest beam of eastern 
light, etc."— Walter Scott, 
354 Ulysses in disguise returning 
home, guided by Eumseus, 
near a marble fountain, 
where they meet Melanthius 
with his goats. "And now 
his city strikes the mon- 
arch's eyes, etc." — Odyssey, 
361 Rattoo steeple, near Ballydove, 
county of Kerry, Ireland. 
This tower, covered with ivy, 
is 96 feet high, and all re- 
cord of its use is lost. 

18, Carmarthen Street, 

182 1. 472 Landscape; composition from 

Campbell's Gertrude of Wy- 
ommg. "Along thy river 
calm at noon, etc." 
558 An old fount and a farm house 
at Pepper Hill, Staffordshire, 
belonging to Sir George 
Piggot, Bart. 

1822. 369 Fishing boats and craft on the 

river Thames. 
51, Upper Thomhaugh Street, 

1824. 417 Lowestoft beach, Suffolk. 

1825. 894 Newstead Abbey, Nottingham- 

shire, formerly the residence 
of the late Lord Byron, taken 
from the garden, showing 
his dog's tomb, and the An- 
nesley Diadem in the dis- 
tance, now the seat of Col. 
Wildman. 
I, Charles Street, 

Clarendon Square, 
1830. 514 Ruins of Kerry House, Bran- 
don Mount in the distance, 
county of Kerry, Ireland — 
evening. 
i*3i. 54* "Beside some waters' rushy 
brink 
With me the muse shall sit and 

think 
(At ease reclined in rustic 
state)."— Gray. 
1833. 609 Harlech Castle, North Wales. 
82, Newman Street, 

1 84 1. 447 Kensington Gardens. 
681 Composition. 

I, Charles Street, 

Clarendon Square, 

1842. 592 Landscape; composition. 

663 Ruins of Keny House, and 
a neighbouring mansion; 
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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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distance, county Kerry, Ire- 
land. 
1843. 10x4 Portland branch of the Re- 
gent's Canal, Pancras Church 
and St. Paul's in the dis- 
tance. 

1845. '^76 Return to Keyhaven after a 

day's wild fowl shooting; 

drawn on the spot. 
1082 Ruins of the Bishop's palace, 

Dunwich, Suffolk. 
1102 View near Dolgelly, North 

Wales. 

1846. 936 Ruins of Free-tower, Breck- 

nockshire. 
45, Upper Manor SL^ Chelsea, 

1852. 38 The sequestered vale. "Lakes, 

forests, cities, plains extend- 
ing wide, etc." 
1 21 8 The tower and part of Gilling- 
ham Hall, Norfolk; taken 
from the garden, the resid- 
ence of Mrs. Bacon Schutz. 
I, Charles Street^ 

Clarendon Square, 

1853. 1006 On Hampstead Heath, near 

the Vale of Health. Painted 
from nature, 
7, York Place, Kentish Town, 

1858. 635 A quiet evening. 

1859. 691 Cows and shed, Armagh, Ire- 

land. 

VARLEY, Edgar John Painter. 

Oakley Street, Chelsea, 
1868. 834 Arundel Castle, Sussex. 

E. V,, 88, Oakley Street. 
1 87 1. 710 Chichester from the bowling 
green, Chichester Harbour, 
Sussex. 
1873- '347 Cottage scene in Hampshire. 
1354 Mill on the Doad, near Ems- 
worth, Sussex. 
i^TS' 777 Damuettes Lane, Fort Road, 

Guernsey. 
1876. 830 Rue des Damouettes, Guern- 
sey. 

E,/, F., 59, Cheyne Walk, 

1880. 887 A lane scene after a thaw — 

Sussex. 

40, St. John's Hill, Clapham. 

1887. 1182 Near the Village of Shal- 

boume. 

VARLEY, Miss Eliza C Painter. 

1840. 792 Portrait. 

I, Charles Street, 

Clarendon Square, 

1850. 1 149 View in St. Albans. 

185 1. 1067 Chrysanthemum from nature. 



VARLEY, Miss Elizabeth. See Mrs. 
Mulready, vol. v, page 324. 

VARLEY, H. G Painter. 

4, Westmoreland Street, 
1827. 885 Cottage scene. 

VARLEY, lUingworth Painter. 

6, Uverdale Road, Chelsea, 
1901. 631 Sunshine and shadow. 



John Painter. 

A View of Peterborough. 

1 2, FumivaTs Inn, 

Lime trees. 

View in Northumberland. 

do. of Elingford church, Es- 
sex. 

Landscape and cattle. 

33, Craven Street, Hoxton, 

View of Llyn Gwenedd Lake, 
North Wales. 

View at Dolgelly, North Wales, 
do. Conway, North Wales. 

2, Harris Place, Oxford Street, 

View of Cader Idris, North 
Wales. 

View near Llangollen, North 
Wales. 

View on the road to Aberist- 
with, South Wales. 

Nottingham Castle, Suffolk. 

Ragland Castle, Monmouth- 
shire. 

View of St. Peter's Church, 
Hereford. 

View of the town hall, Leo- 
minster. 

View of Harlech Castle, look- 
ing towards Criccith Castle. 

View of St. Orkmond's Church, 
Shrewsbury. 

View of Conway, 
do. in Conway, North Wales. 

View of Harlech Castle, with 
Snowdon, North Wales. 

View of St Peter's Church, 
Chester. 

View of a bridge at Brecknock, 
South Wales. 

View of Landberris pass, North 
Wales. 

View of Conway Castle, North 
Wales. 

View in York. 

View of Ouse bridge, York. 

\o\. Great Titchfield Street, 

Cavendish Square, 

Sketch of cattle and land- 
scape. 



VARLEY, 

1798. lOII 


1799. 


323 

601 

647 




1083 


1800. 


357 




612 

789 


I80I. 


306 




370 




474 


1802. 


378 
5>4 




961 




965 


1805. 


300 




380 




481 
510 
560 




712 


1804. 


385 




401 




46s 




577 
835 



1825. 43a 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Varlcy, 

1825. 
1826. 

1827. 
1829. 



1830. 



1831. 
1832. 

1833. 

1834. 
1835. 

1838. 
1839. 
1840. 
1841. 



J ohn — continued, 
433 Sketch of a cottage scene. 
548 A sketch for a composition of 

a landscape. 
891 Moonlight. 
602 View of Willsden Church, 

lighted for evening service 

— Harrow in the distance. 
62 View of the Lake of Killamey, 

taken from Innisfallen. 
3, Eikin Row^ Bayswater, 
779 View — an Italian scene. 
633 An evening scene. 
10 A View at Windsor. 

3, Bayswater Terrace, 
441 Landscape composition. 
506 View of Harlech Castle, North 

Wales. 
616 Landscape. 
600 A mountainous scene. 
876 Landscape— evening. 
615 Twilight. 



VARLEY, John Painter. 

60, Thistle Grave, 

1876. 772 The island of Phite, Nubia. 
773 The Pyramids of Geezeh. 

27, King Street, S,W, 

1877. 829 Street scene in the Gemaleeyah, 

Cairo. 
6, William St,, Lowndes Square, 
1880. 763 Mosque doorway in the Shara- 

wee, Cairo. 
1882. 94a A street near Bab El Zuwey- 

leh, Cairo. 

1884. 46S In the Sook-ez-Zalat, Cairo. 
624 Street in Cairo, leading to the 

Citadel. 
10, Abbey Road, 

St, John's Wood, 

1885. 646 Fishing boat on the Nile. 

1886. 138 The date harvest during the 

inundation of the Nile. 
668 A Cairo street. 

1887. 1195 A potter's shop, Cairo. 

Grove End Studios, 

10, Abbey Street, 

1889. 490 Calm evening on the Nile. 
1399 The Vocal Memnon, Thebes ; 

sunrise. 

1890. 1241 Nile boat aground. 
1294 An oasis in the desert. 

1895. 402 A Hampshire cornfield. 

VARLEY, Miss Lucy Painter. 

2, Hamilton Road, Highbury, 
1886. 1 1 16 Arbutus. 

1888. 1429 do. 

5, Gay ton Road, Hampstead, 
1897. 1334 Chrysanthemums. 



VARLEY, William Fleetwood. 

Painter. 
W. Farley, 

2, Harris Place, Pantheon. 

1804. 513 Bootham Bar. 

14, Blenheim Street, 

1805. 419 Gate at Tavistock, Devonshire. 
463 Tegum Ferry, North Wales. 
492 Peasholm Green, Postern, 

York. 

53, Poland Street, 

1809. 54S Skenfrith Castle, S. Wales. 

W, F, Farley, 36, Vine Street. 

18 10. 398 Morning. 

424 View near East Looe, Cornwall. 
484 View of Cape Cornwall. 
498 St. Winnow on the river Foye, 
Cornwall. 
W, V,, 64, Swallow Street, 

181 1. 271 View of Pegwell Bay, Kent. 
770 A composition. 

45, South Molton Street, 

1812. 493 A composition. "The genius 

of thy awful vale, Enshrin'd 
in clouds, laments Helvetia's 
fate, etc." 

1815. 585 View of Loch Leven Castle, 

Kinross-shire. 
589 View at Play-hatch, Berkshire. 

1 8 16. 441 Minster L^vell Priory, Ox- 

fordshire. 
451 The Falls of the Niagara, Up- 
per Canada, North America; 
from a sketch by a gentle- 
man. 
515 Cottage in Nightingale Lane, 
Clapham. 
12, Francis Street, 

Tottenham Court Road, 

18 1 7. 581 View of the Grove, from Park 

Hill, Croydon, Surry, the 
seat of S. Chollet, Esq. 

24, Rathbone Place, 

1 818. 508 Old houses opposite to the 

Nag's Head, Battersea, Sur- 
rey. 

622 View of the Island of Sark, 
near Guernsey. 

687 Cape Horn, South America. 

VASEY, Miss Clara Painter. 

99, Elm Port, Brixton Hill, 
1891. 1299 White chrysanthemums. 

VASLBT, Louis.. .Miniature Painter. 
Of York, 
at Mr, Drybutfs, 

Panton Square, 
1770. 191 A portrait of a lady and child, 
in miniature. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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1770. 192 A portrait of a lady, in minia- 

ture. 
193 A portrait of an old man, in 
miniature. 

1771. 202 A portrait of an officer, in 

miniature. 

Bath, 
1775. 3^4 A family-piece; miniature. 
1782. 67 Portrait of a gentleman. 
69 do. lady. 

80 do. gentleman. 

82 do. lady. 

329 A family. 

VASSAR, Miss L. 

Miniature Painter. 
1 7, Great Marlborough Street, 
1823. 874 H. Strachan, Esq. 

VASSELOT, Anatole Marquet De. 
See Dy vol. ii, page 314. 

VAUGHAN. See Preston and 
Vaughan, vol. vi, page 202. 

VAUGHAN, C. E Architect. 

25, Lowther Arcade^ W,C, 
1898. 1733 Design for town hall buildings, 
Clerkenwell. 



VAUGHAN, E.... Miniature Painter. 
17, Henrietta Street^ 

Covcnt Garden, 
1778. 319 Two miniatures. 
1779' 337 A miniature. 

1780. 263 Portrait of a lady. 

29, Litchfield Street^ 

St, Annes, Soho, 

1 781. 323 Portrait of a blue coat boy. 

3, Cornhill, 
1787. 341 Portrait of Mrs. W., the cele- 
brated astrologer. (Mrs, 
Williams,) 
1799. 7" The Rev. J. Proud. 

6, St, MichaePs Alley, 

Cornhill. 

1809. 592 Portrait of a gentleman. 

18 10. 605 A frame containing the por- 

traits of the artist's son and 
daughter, and a young 
gentleman. 

181 1. 671 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1812. 612 do. do. 

629 Portraits of a young lady and 
gentleman. 
1814. 4^3 Portrait of a gentleman. 



VAUGHAN, E. M. Bruce. 

Architect. 
Borough Chambers, Cardiff, 

1897. 1743 Church and mission room at 
Seughenydd. 

1 90 1. 1643 St. Peter's Church, Oyster- 
mouth ; part of the church is 
to be erected as a memorial 
to the late Frances Ridley 
Havergal. 

1903. 1675 Proposed church, Barry. 

VAUGHAN, Miss Letitia ... Painter. 
II, Marlborough Square, 

Chelsea, 
1867. 354 Study of a head. 

VAUGHAN, T Painter. 

16, Philip Street, 

Kingsland Road, 
1812. 269 View in Hyde Park. 

733 do. at Knaresborough. 
738 do. Cromford. 
751 A highland scene; a composi- 
tion. 

18 19. 582 The rich young man. "But 

when the young man heard 
that saying, etc."— 5/. Mat- 
thew, xix, 22. 

589 Portrait of a young lady. 

705 do. an artist 

851 do. a young lady. 

989 A portrait. 

22, Felton Street, Hoxton, 

1820. 314 Portraits of two of his children. 
644 Mr. A. Cooper, R.A. Elect. 
661 J. Jackson, Esq., R.A. 

740 Portrait of a young lady. 
864 do. do. 

182 1. 177 do. do. 
898 Miss F. Cooper. 

VAUGHAN, T.,Junr Architect. 

4, Glebe Place, 

Stoke Newington, 
1856. 1 103 Design for a club house. 
10, Addiscombe Villas, 

Croydon, 
1862. 825 Interior of the Cathedral, Pisa, 
looking across the transept 
from the north. 

VAUX, De. See D, vol. ii, page 314. 

VAUX, J Painter. 

1797. 51 View near Brentwood. 
134 Landscape. 

Croydon, Surrey, 

1798. 40 View of Haling Grove, Croy- 

don. 



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VAWSER, 

1837. 671 

1838. 608 
1844. 1038 
1847. 838 

1849. 987 



1856. 
1857. 


90s 

755 
756 


1862. 

1863. 
1864. 
1865. 


8,7 
819 

578 
612 
6x6 


VAWSER, 


1818. 


690 


1819. 
1820. 
1823. 


611 
568 
5»3 
57' 




573 




596 



1825. 435 



470 
531 



1836. 590 

1843. 887 
985 

1844. 940 
1846. 1193 

1310 



1847. 755 

115a 
"55 



Miss Charlotte ... Painter. 

I, Graham Street, Chelsea. 

Effect from nature in Hamp- 

stead. 
Steep-hill, Isle of Wight. 
St Lawrence, Isle of Wight 
Steep Hill, Isle of Wight. 

13, Bridge Row, Pitnlico, 
Greenwich Hospital; a sketch 

from nature. 
Miss C, E, Vawsor, 

26, Gloucester Terrace. 
Market Weighton, Yorkshire. 
Primrose Vdley, do. 
Hunmanby church, do. 

3, Arboretum Terrace, Derby. 
Derby, 
do. 
Composition. 
Flamborough. 
Eagle cliff. 

G. R Painter. 

14, Broad St., Golden Square. 

Ruin near Holywell, Flint- 
shire. 

39, Brewer Street. 

Study from nature. 

Landscape Composition. 

View near Aysgath, Yorkshire. 

View on the Yur, near Witton, 
Yorkshire. 

View near West Wilton, York- 
shire. 

View on the Yur in Wensley- 
dale, Yorkshire. 

29, WeUesley St., /Ting's Road. 

Romeo and Juliet. "It was 
the lark, the herald of the 
morn, no nightingale." 

Scene in Yorkshire. 

View in Wensleydale, York- 
shire. 

34, Marylebone St., Piccadilly. 

View near Bolton, Yorkshire. 
35, Graham Street, Pimlico. 

View on the Thames. 

The shepherd's home. 

Mill from nature. 

Sketch from Thames Bank, 
looking towards Battersea. 

Sketch from Thames Bank, 
looking towards London. 

17, Berwick Street, 

Belgrave Road. 

Sketch from nature — the wind 
about to change. 

Sketch from Albert Gate. 

London — sketch from Mr. 
Hudson's Park House. 



VAWSER, G. R., Junr Painter. 

34, Marylebone Street. 

1836. 566 Effect from nature. 

I, Graham Street, Chelsea. 

1837. 702 View in Wensleydale, York- 

shire. 

1838. 638 "Those evening bells, those 

evening bells. Which many 
a tale of sorrow tell." 
777 Entrance to Cliff wood, York- 
shire. 
ioa6 View on the River Yar, York- 
shire. 

35, Graham Street. 

1839. 331 Penhill Cliffs, Wensleydale, 

Yorkshire. 
476 A cottage from nature. 

1840. 84 Study from nature. 

1 84 1. 139 Sketch from nature in Epping 

Forest. 

150 Study from nature. 

189 View near Kingston, Surrey. 

191 Wimbledon Common. 

298 Tree from nature. 

310 Forest-scene. 

358 View near Bolton, Wensley- 
dale, Yorkshire. 

1842. 143 A3rsgarth Foss, Yorkshire. 

234 Study near the river Jur, York- 

shire. 

235 View on the river Avon, York- 

shire. 
249 Study from nature. 
4H Landscape Composition. 
Evening. 

The death of Banquo. 
Study from nature. 
Landscape. 
Evening. 

On the river Cerce, Yorkshire. 
View on the river Yior, York- 
shire. 
A farmstead. 
Study from nature. 
From nature. 
Landscape. 
Study from nature. 
View near Kew Gardens. 

15, Lowther Arcade. 
" Light thickens and the crow 

makes wing." 
A pastoral subject. 

13, Bridge Row, Pimlico. 
Study from nature. 

do. do. 
3, Arboreham Terrace, Derby. 
View in Cromford Dale, Derby- 
shire. 
View in Calke Park, Derby- 
shire. 



1843. 


9> 




102 




»3a 




354 


1844. 


162 




169 




390 




404 




524 


1845. 


1016 




1093 


1846. 


646 


1847. 


466 



1848. 300 



539 



1849. 


716 

Sox 


1863. 


j6» 


1865. 


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VEAL, R. M Painter. 

19, Abington Street^ 

Westminster, 
1839. 384 View near East Grinstead. 

VEDDBR, Simon H Painter. 

30, Gloucester Road^ 

Regent's Park, 
1896. 354 The guitar-player. 
1892 Bas-relief, silver. 
7, The Mall, 

Park Hill Road, NAV, 

1898. 817 At the play. 

1899. 519 Portrait of a lady. 

1900. 166 Flight into Egypt 

1901. 657 W. Goscombe - John, Esq., 

A.R.A. 

1902. 265 Summer sleep. 
1903* 33^ Playmates. 

VBDDBR, Mrs. S. H. (formerly Miss 
Eva Roos). See vol. vi, page 360. 

VEGA, Pedro De. See D, vol. ii, 
page 314- 

VELL, Van der. See Van, vol. viii, 
page 70. 

VEMAUX, V Painter. 

30, Piccadilly, 
1853. 1282 Souvenir of Eguihen, near 
Boulogne-sur-mer. 

{V, Vemaux in tke index 
and Z. Veneaux in the cata- 
logue,) 

VENABLES, Adolphus Robert. 

Painter. 
14, Bemers Street, 
1833. 440 J. S. Gaskin, Esq. 

74, Newman Street, 

1838. 343 Portraits of a lady and child. 

1839. 17 Portrait of an artist 

57* Le Comte Joseph Zichy (Hun- 
garian). 

1840. 344 H.R.H. the Princess Augusta 

Sophia. 
1842. 517 Miss Clark. 
i843' 35 Mrs. T. Thompson Ponsonby. 

1844. 473 The Hon. William H. T. 

North, son of Lieut-Colonel 
and Baroness North. 

1845. 757 A fishing party. 

1846. 15 The Rt. Honble. the Baroness 

North, Lieut.-Colonel North, 
and the Hon. W. J. North, 
Wroxton Abbey. 



1847. 


419 Urania. 


IS48. 


213 Captain the Hon. M. F. Ber- 




keley, C.B., M.P. 




20, Neuman Street 


1851. 


117 Sting. 




541 The Viscountess Fielding. 


iSS3. 


355 The Venerable G. A. Denison, 




Archdeacon of Taunton. 




468 The late Marquess of Bute; a 




posthumous portrait. 


1854. 


551 Portrait of a lady. 


1855. 


515 "God made their glowing 




colours; He made their 




glossy wings." 


1856. 


467 John M. Courtauld, Esq. 


1857. 


564 The Hon. W. H. J. North, 




I St Life Guards. 




15, Bemers Street, 


1873. 


1076 Tame water-snake — Italy. 



VENABLES, Miss Emilia Rose. 

Painter. 

II, Nottingham Terrace. 
1844. 34 Agreeable intelligence. 
620 Thoughtfulness. 

VENESS, Miss Agnes M. ... Painter. 

28, Malpas Road, 

Brockley, S.E. 
1898. 723 Spring. 
1900. 821 "The flowers that bloom in 

the spring." 
1902. 532 A basket from Shanklin. 

579 Alice in Wonderland. 
1904. 745 Violets. 



VENNER, W. H. T Sculptor. 

17, Comeragh Road, 

West Kensington, 
1886. 1809 Commissary-General Gardmer; 
bust. 



VENNING, R Painter. 

44, Rawstome Strut, 

1 8 18. 552 The waiting-maid; a portrait 
629 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1819. 306 do. himself. 
601 Master Jones. 

182 1. 742 Portrait of a lady. 

4, Strachan Terrace, 

Liverpool Road, 
1834. 137 The comic story. 

VENNING, Sydney J Painter. 

8, Albert Bridge Road. 
1903. 1381 Tired. 



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VENTNOR, Arthur Painter. 

122, Dereham Road, Norwich. 
1896. 284 A quaint comer. 

5, Carnarvon Road^ Norwich, 
1900. 794 The poor man's tea. 

17, Lysia Street^ Fuiham. 

1903. 633 The old maid's tea. 

1904. 665 The labourer's home. 

VERBCECKHOVEN, Eugene 

Joseph Painter. 

Brussels, 
1^45* 45^ A Newfoundland dog, spaniels, 
greyhound, ape, and parrot. 
587 The frightened flock — a scene 
on the coast of Calabria. 
1856. 425 H.M. King Leopold I, King of 
the Belgians. 

VERDAQUER, Dionisio B. Painter. 
37, Ronda San PedrOy 

Barcelona, 
1898. 995 The war news. 



VEREY, A 

1880. 667 

1881. 405 
1883. 318 

800 
1884 83 
1885. 223 



1888. 186 

560 

1889. 1191 
1 89 1. 280 
1896. 891 

1900. 1323 



Painter. 

Hoddesdon Villas Kilbum. 

A hop garden. 

Dinner time in the hop garden. 

Measuring hops in a Kentish 
garden. 

Leaving the old home. 

Frozen out. 

Gathering whortleberries — 

North Devon. 
54, Cavendish Road^ Kilbum, 

Shrimp boats on the Yare, 
Norfolk. 

A Kentish Idyll. 

An English Dyke. 

A Norfolk river. 

Breydon Water, Great Yar- 
mouth. 

Market day. 



VERHBART, Paul Painter. 

331, Strand. 

1879. 1449 An old woman at church. 

1880. 1027 An Antwerp Smith. 

VBRHBYDBN, Pranfois... Sculptor. 
284, Kin^s Roady Chelsea, 

1878. 1211 A portrait 
1221 "A miss." 
1227 "Twenty-one." 

1879. 1227 Monsignor Capel. 

1881. 1 177 Before breakfast. 
1883. 1361 Mr. C. Lawes. 



1883. 1526 Cardinal Newman; bust, mar- 

ble. 
1610 Rachel Verheyden. 

1884. ^n^ J« C. Buckmaster, Esq.; bust, 

marble. 

1885. 1971 Rt. Rev. Jas. Laird Patterson, 

D.D., Bishop of Emmaus. 
1889. 1755 Francis Verheyden; black 
chalk. 
Studio, Hertford Gardens, S, W, 
1892. 1864 The late Charles Bradlaugh, 
Esq.; bust. To be executed 
in bronze, 
1865 The late Cardinal Manning; 
bust. 
1^93- 1795 Portrait; medallion. 
1897. 1954 The late Field Marshal Sir 
Patrick Grant, G.C.B., 
G.C.M.G.; bust. 
1985 Dr. Colenso, first Bishop of 

Natal; bust. 
2015 Sir John Bennett Lawes, 
Bart, F.R.S.; bust. 

VERINI, P. A Painter. 

1 7, Bentinch Street, 
1833. 670 A composition of flowers from 
nature. 

VERITY, Thomas and Frank T. 

Architects. 
11, Jermyn Street, 
1892. 1735 New Travellers' Club, Picca- 
diUy. 

VERITY and HUNT Architects. 

27, Regent Street, 
1 88 1. 1099 Scarborough Spa. 

VBRLAT, Professor Charles. 

Painter. 
20, Canal St, Jean, Antwerp, 
1869. 241 Not invited. 

Rue du Fagot, Antwerp, 

1886. 770 Flowers and Fruit. 

VERNACHET, J Painter. 

Haut Suet la Richardais par 
Dinardy IIU et Vilaine, 

France, 
1903. 749 La pierre k la caleuve. 

VERN^DE, Camille Painter. 

21, Upper Wobum Place. 

1873. 1 102 Fir-trees. 

1874. 473 Autumn. 

86, Chippenham Road, 

Harrow Road. 
1878. 660 Study in a pine wood. 



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Poole^ Dorset. 
1 89 1. 1145 Winter. 

Broadstone^ Wimbome, Dorset 

1896. 278 Near Poole Harbour. 
767 Spring. 

1897. 773 Floods, Berkshire. 

1898. 798 A grey day. 

VERNER, Frederick Arthur. 

Painter. 
80, Cambridge Terrace, 

1881. 383 Monarch of the prairie. 

16, Edith Villas, 

West Kensington. 

1882. 598 The Upper Ottawa. 

1885. 1330 Ojibbawa Indians crossing a 

lake. 

1886. 1201 Thunder Bay, Lake Superior. 
1889. 454 Alarmed — Canadian Elk. 

1 37 1 St. Clare Marsh. 

39, Palace Terrace, Fulham. 
1900. 411 Bison. 

VERNER, Miss Ida Painter. 

35, Brunswick Place, Brighton. 
1882. 855 General Sir Richard Dacres, 
G.C.B., Constable of the 
Tower. 

28, Pembroke Gardens. 
1884. 4*2 The Hon. Mrs. Willoughby 
Verner. 

1886. 277 Captain Verner, D.A.A.G., 

Nile Expeditionary Force. 

1887. 1 100 Mrs. Wilford Verner. 

1888. 103 Ida and Evelyn, daughters of 

Colonel Verner. 
1452 The reader; pastel. 
3, Warwick Studios, 

Kensington. 
1891. 710 Judicium parium; portraits. 
Studio, St. Mary's Church, 

South Devon. 
1^93* 3>o In a Studio. 

VERNON, Arthur Architect. 

Ifigh Wycombe, Bucks. 
1874. 1 163 New Board Schools, High 

Wycombe. 
1877. 1075 do. do. do. 

1 178 Cottage Hospital, High 
Wycombe. 

VERNON, Arthur Longley... Painter. 

18, Elgin Road, Maida Vale. 

1873. 4^* My garden. 

1874. 1359 Water lilies. 

1875. 461 Copt Point, Folkestone. 
897 Jealousy. 

vin. 



15, Belgrave Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1876. 306 "All is vanity." 

1877. 123 "If all the world and love were 

young, etc." 
378 " She in her turn assisting doth 
repay 
The anxious cares of many and 
many a day." 

1879. 355 " Childhood is the bough where 

slumber, etc." 
558 "Written love is poor; one 
word were better." 

1880. 57 The confidante. 
1471 Olivia. 

1 88 1. 14*0 The billet-doux. 

1882. 145 » "Oh! beautiful thou art! Thou 

sculptor-like, and stately 
river queen, etc." 

1883. 886 The water pets. 
1463 Au revoir. 

1884. 123 " It might have been." 

1885. 650 "The love that cheers life's 

latest stage, 
Proof against sickness and old 
age." 

1886. 690 Souvenir. 

1887. 930 "Entrenous." 

1026 The Vicar of Wakefield. 

1888. 1 121 "Who are they?" 

1889. 1 194 Ecclesboume Glen. 
1893. 636 Out of the hunt. 

775 Spring. 

1895. 735 Les adieux. 

1896. 921 The messenger. 

1897. 4»* The step mother. 

VERNON, Emile Painter. 

2, Upstall Street, CamberWell. 
1904. 579 Roses. 

VERNON, H Architect. 

22, Victoria Road, Clapham. 
1874. 1199 House at Whittlebury, North- 
amptonshire, for Lord 
Charles Fitzroy. 

VERNON, J Painter. 

1862. 506 Portrait of a dog. 

VERNON, J. Arthur Painter. 

16, Park Road, Forest Hill. 
1888. 224 To Penmaenmawr. 

VERNON, J. R Painter. 

8, Upper Phillimore Place. 

1856. 57 A bull-finch, with fruit and 

flowers. 

1857. 2$8 An old London musician. 

1858. 139 Winter berries, and silver. 

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VERNON, Hon. Mrs Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1780. 90 Portrait of a nun. 

VERNON, R.Warren Painter. 

6, Clarendon Street, N, W. 
1886. 1480 Winter in Kew Gardens. 

VERNON, Thomas Engraver. 

32, Hill Street, Knightsbridge, 
1857. 1171 The infant amazon; a portrait 
of H.R.H. the Princess 
Helena. After F. Winter- 
halter; in Her Majesty's 
private collection. 
1198 The Virgin mother. After W. 
Dyce, R.A.; in her Ma- 
jesty's private collection. 
1859. 1 1 89 Abundance. After Van Eyken. 
1201 The Lady C. Grosvenor. After 
F. Winterhalter. 
i860. 913 Lady Rubens. After Sir P. P. 

Rubens. 
1863. 986 The late Levy Emmanuel 
Cohen. After E. D. Leahy. 
I, St, George's Terrace, 

Kilbum. 
1867. 972 The Poor of Bethesda. After 
Murillo. 

VERNON, W Painter. 

20, Leicester Square, 
18 16. 890 Portrait of the late Dr. Buchan. 

VERNON, Walter Liberty. 

Architect. 
1879. 1 169 Claremont Buildings, Hastings. 

VERNON, William H Painter. 

Stamford Road, Birmingham. 
1872. 257 On the Ogwen, North Wales. 
The Laurels, 

Livingstone Road, 

Birmingham, 

1891. 1 133 A lonely mere. 

1892. 922 "The Thistle giveth his beard 

to the wind." — Ossian, 

VERNON-MORGAN, Mrs. Mary- 
Painter. 
One Oak, Radnor Road, 

Handsworth, Birmingham, 
1894. 1103 Spring flowers. 
(See also Morgan, vol. v, pages 292-3.) 

VERRAUS, L Painter. 

IS, Waterloo Place, 
1850. 153 Le repos. 

( Verraus in the index, and Verreaux in 
the catalogue,) 



VERTUB, Julia Painter. 

15, Kensington Square, 
1848. 254 View of Cromer. 

VERTUE, Rosamond Painter. 

1847. 589 Study from nature. 

VERTUMNI, Achille Painter. 

Rome, 

1869. 196 View in the Pontine Marshes. 

206 The baths of Cicero ; The tower 

of Astura, near Porto d' Anzio. 

84s View in the Pontine Marshes. 

VERWEE, C. L Painter. 

20, Brompton Crescent, 
1865. 519 A difficult case. 

VESEY-HOLT, Miss A. Julia. 

Painter. 

I, Fhillimore Gardens. 
1884. 1644 Study of pansies. 

VEUSSELL, Emma Painter. 

22, Lower Belgrave Street, 
1853. 406 Portrait of the artist's mother. 

VEZIN, Frederick Painter. 

10, Lancaster Place, Strand, 
1884. 579 My studio. 

600 Diisseldorf racecourse. 
687 Moonlight on the sands. 

VIALLS, George Architect. 

10, River Street, 

Middleton Square, 
1868. 855 Design for a Town Hall, etc. 
15, Great James Street, 

Bedford Row, 
187 1. 875 New English church at Patras, 
Greece. 
13, Grange Park, Ealing. 
1889. 1856 Town Hall, Lyme Regis. 

VICKERS, Alfred Painter. 

A, Vickers, Senr,, 

8, Barton Street, 

Westminster. 

183 1. 14 View near Bristol. 

1832. 149 A heath scene. 

229 Landscape composition. 
406 View on the Thames near Oat- 
lands. 

1833. 80 A scene in the moors, York- 

shire. 

1834. 114 On the road to Shanklin, Isle 

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1834. 142 Landscape near East Green- 

wich, Kent. 
173 A lime-kiln near Dartford, 
Kent. 
A, Vickers^ 

20, Cumming Street y 

Pentonville, 

1835. '5^ On the Dart, Devon. 

171 The decoy farm at Hendon. 
358 Scene on the borders of the 
New Forest. 

1836. 417 View in Haddon Chase, Derby- 

shire. 
421 Heath scene near Beverley, 
Yorkshire. 

7, Islington Green, 

1837. 277 The fall of the Rhine at Schaf- 

hausen. 

1838. 373 View of the Swiss Alps and 

Lake of Zug, Switzerland. 
521 The Wharf at Bolton Abbey. 

1839. 630 Languynant near Beddgellert 
1 1 39 Snowden from Capel Carig. 

1840. 253 View on the Elwy, Vale of 

Awyd, St. Asaph in the dis- 
tance. 
444 View near Capel Cerig, North 
Wales. 

1 84 1. 30 A blowing day on the Orwell, 

near Harwich. 
94 On the Thames, near Wind- 
sor. 
267 At Carisbrook, Isle of Wight. 

1842. 275 Distant view of Yarmouth, Isle 

of Wight. 

632 View from Carisbrook Castle 

HUl, Isle of Wight. 

633 Morning off Margate. 
1147 A lock on the banks of 

Thames, near Windsor. 

1843. 266 Fishbome Creek, Isle 

Wight. 
282 Morning at Lymington, 
Isle of Wight in the 
tance. 

Bexky Heath, Kent. 

1844. *3^ Rydal Water, Westmoreland. 
286 The Thames near Gravesend. 

9, Liverpool Terrace, Islington, 

1845. »^o At Wootton bridge. Isle of 

Wight. 
232 Scene in the Vale of Neath, 

South Wales. 
589* Morning at the village of Pen- 

clawdd, South Wales. 

1846. 49 The Burry river at Penclawdd, 

South Wales; schooner re- 
fitting. 
1268 The course of the Derwent at 
Aldersby, Derbyshire. 



the 

of 

the 
dis- 



3*7 



55* 



1847. 139 Banks of the Thames, near 
Bray. 

On the beach near Culver 

Cliff, Isle of Wight. 
The salmon weir and water 
mill at Enyswere on the 
river Colley, near Caer- 
marthen. 
1 227 Morning — in the Vale of Neath. 

1848. 61 An old water mill, at the base 

of Muna Mawr, near Caer- 
narvon. 
350 A mountain spring at Bettys 

Garmon, near the base of 

Snowdon. 
807 The watering place on the 

heath. 
1134 Returning from market, in the 

vale of Llanwrst, North 

Wales. 

1849. ^^' ^ shady lane, banks of the 

Conway, North Wales. 
569 Morning in the meadows at 

Colchester. 
610 Entrance of the village of Mil- 
ford, near Nottingham. 
730 Morning — banks of the Dee, 
Chester. 
3, Angel Terrace, 

St. Peter^s Street. 
The old water mill in the Vale 
of Bedgellert, North Wales. 
Tide flowing into Brading har- 
bour. Isle of Wight. 
682 The Vale of Clwyd, from Rhud- 

lan. North Wales. 
748 On the Coast near Bembridge, 

Isle of Wight. 
756 Evening at Bray, banks of the 
Thames. 

13, Beaufort Buildings. 
1852. 81 A lane, with cattle, in the Vale 
of Neath. 
83 An Avenue in Shanklin Chine, 
Isle of Wight. 
1185 Morning in the Vale of Neath, 
North Wales. 
28, Arlington Square, 

Islington. 
324 Banks of the Thames — even- 



1850. 
1851. 



802 



1213 



1853- 

1854. 
1856. 
1858. 
1859. 



ing. 
511 At Languynant, North Wales. 
21 Morning on the Lake of Zurich. 
899 Blowing fresh off Dover. 
572 Morning at Teignmouth, 

Devon. 
532 Mountain stream on the way 

to Snowdon. 
550 The I^ke of Thirlemere, foot 

of Helvellyn, Cumberland. 



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Vickers, KUt^A— continued. 

A. Vickers^ i, Norfolk Villas^ 
Edmonton, 

1867. lis In Monsal Dale, Derbyshire. 

1868. 173 In the Taff Vale, South Wales. 
192 Evening on the Heath. 



Alfred Gomersal. 

Painter. 

8, Barton Street, Westminster, 

A market boat off Harwich. 

Smugglers sinking their cargo. 

The tomb of Henry V in West- 
minster Abbey. 

Going to market. 

Low water. 

Near Bembridge, Isle of Wight. 

Morning after a storm. 

On the coast of Hampshire — 
low water. 

A fresh breeze. 

The stolen interview. 

Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire. 

Fresh breeze off the Reculvers. 

The fish market, Antwerp. 
20, Cumming St,, Pentonville, 

The Galley Harbour entrance 
of the Neva, Petersburgh. 

The captives. 



VICKERS, A. H Painter. 

26, Arlington St,, Islington, 
1853. 919 Near Folkestone, Kent. 



VICKERS, C Architect. 

Hertford, 
1838. 1098 At attempt at Polychromic re- 
storation of the Choragic 
monument of Lysicrates. 
9, Adam Street, Adelphi, 

1850. 1 142 Church of S. John the Baptist, 

Hartwell, near Northamp- 
ton. 

1 143 Chapel of St. Michael, Carle- 
ton, near Pontefract, York- 
shire. 

1281 St. Edmund's Church, North- 
ampton. The spire is a me- 
morial to the late Samuel 
Percival, Esq. 

1851. 286 Schools at Oulton, etc. 

287 Church of St. Edward the Con- 
fessor at Dringhouses, near 
York. 

13, Beaufort Buildings. 

1852. 121$ New church. Cherry Burton, 

near Beverley, Yorkshire. 



VICKERS, 


1827. 
1828. 
1829. 


17 
906 
119 


1830. 


*54 
389 
an 
3«4 
48a 


1831. 
1832. 
1834. 


«7i 
355 

590 
161 
597 


1835. 


926 


1836. 


148 



VIDAL, Eugene Painter. 

55, Eagle Street, 
i888, 558 Margery, daughter of R. Dun- 
thorne, Esq. 
1661 By a rainy day. 
1678 Crossing sweeper. 

233, Faubourg St, Honork, 

Paris. 
1896. 1058 Youth. 

VIDAL, L Painter. 

— Vidal^ 16, Queen Street, 

Chelsea, 

1790. 286 Flowers. 

Z. Vidal, 

1 79 1. 143 Flowers. 

446 Flowers and fruit. 

I, Grosvenor Row, Chelsea, 

1792. 608 A flower piece. 

VIEIRA, F Painter. 

K Vuira, 

4, Cumberland Place, 

New Road, 

1798. 3 Queen Margaret and the Rob- 

ber. 
79 Leda surprised by Jupiter. 
236 Edward and Eleonora. 

At Mr, BartolozzPs, 

1799. 300 Viriato, chief of the Lusitanians, 

exhorts his companions to 
take vengeance on the per- 
fidy of Galba, who, under 
the cover of a deceitful re- 
conciliation, orders the Lusi- 
tanians, that with confidence 
had presented themselves 
unarmed to negociate a 
treaty of peace, to be un- 
mercifully butchered; and at 
the sight of the dead corps 
of the men, women, and 
children slain, Viriato swears, 
by putting his hand, and 
those of his companions, in 
the wounds of the virgins 
yet palpitating, that they will 
not lay down their arms until 
they are revenged on the 
cruel invaders of their coun- 
try, and on the perfidious 
enemy of the human race. 
868 A Dance of nymphs. 

VIENNOT, Chevalier Painter. 

20, York Street, 

1826. 704 Miss Paton of Covent Garden 

Theatre. 

1827. 616 Sir Robert Shaw, Bart., of 

Dublin. 



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VIERPYL, W Architect. 

At Mr. Wyaifs, 

63, Berwick Street 

1792. 652 Design for a mausoleum. 

1793. 764 do. chapel. 
1795. 665 do. vestibule. 

673 Design for a monumental 
building. 

VIEUSSEUX, E Painter. 

12, Langham Street. 
1859. 885 Portrait of the artist. 

VIGERS, Allan F Architect. 

7, South Square^ Gray^s Inn. 

1894. 1 58 1 House near St. Albans. 
1583 House at Beckenham. 

1895. 1475 Bedford Court Mansions. 
1897. 1904 New bonded stores, Vauxhall. 

1912 House at Rowgardens wood. 
1899. 1818 House and garden. 

VIGERS, Frederick Painter. 

Horsham^ Surrey. 

1 886. 423 Found. 

1887. 398 Emelie in the Temple of Diana. 

—The Knighfs Tale, Can- 
terbury Tales. 

1889. 677 The Marquess* proposal to 

Griselda. "The daughter 
will I take or that 1 wend 
As for my wife unto her 
life's end." — rA^ Ckrkes 
Tale. 

1890. 690 The story of Griselda — the re- 

conciliation. " It was dainty 
for to see the cheer betwixt 
them two." 
1892. 378 Off the road. 

1557 Portrait of my father. 
1895. 219 "How Arthur by the mean of 
Merlin got Excalibur his 
sword of the Lady of the 
Lake." 
39a, Bedford Court, W.C. 
1897. * A little homestead. 
344 The old mill. 

VIGERS, George Architect. 

4, Frederick Place, Old Jewry. 

1 88 1. 1120 National Hospital for the De- 

formed, Great Portland 
Street. 

1882. 1165 Hotel Royal, Albert Dock. 

1883. 1242 Swinley Birches, Ascot. 
1886. 1547 Beckenham public Hall. 

1579 " Beauvale," Sunningdale. 
1889. 2^2 National Orthopaedic Hospital, 

Great Portland Street. 
1890. 1918 65, New Broad Street, E.G. 



VIGERS (George) and WAGSTAFFE 

(T. R.) Architects. 

4, Frederick Place, Old Jewry. 

1880. H56 New tavern, Victoria Docks. 

1 88 1. 1080 Dockmasters* Houses, Royal 

Albert Dock. 
U04 Tavern, Royal Albert Dock. 

VIGNE, G. T Painter. 

The Oaks, Woodford. 
1842. 973 A Kashmirean girl, with a lotus 
leaf placed upon her head 
to keep off the heat. 

VIGNE, H. G Miniature Painter. 

At Mr. Vigne's, WatchMaker, 
2, Charing Cross. 
1785. 326 Portrait; miniature. 
1787. 358 Portrait 

VIGNE, Paul De. See D, voL ii, page 
315- 

VIGNON, Claude (Madame Rouvier). 

Sculptor. 

152, Rue de la Tour, Paris. 
1883. 1626 A Mediterranean fisher boy; 
statue, bronze. 

VIGOR, Charles Painter. 

72, Waterford Road, Fulham. 

1885. 472 Mrs. Hugh Macdonell. 

Cedar House Studios, 

Glebe Place. 

1886. 449 "Do take me!" 
768 " A letter for me." 

1887. 910 Mrs. Edgar Bowring. 

15, Bolton Studios. 

1889. *^9 Portrait of a lady. 

1890. 714 Mrs. Lawrence Alport. 

1892. 398 Saved. 

462 The struggle for fame. 

1893. 331 Innocence and guilt. 

1894. 7 ft Relics of the little one. 
536 Portrait of a lady. 

1895. 328 Daphne, daughter of W. Bright, 

Esq. 
761 " Awake, my soul ! " 
1897. 1059 The return of Enoch Arden. 
"His wife, his wife no more, 

and saw the babe 
Hers, yet not his, upon the 

father's knee. 
And all the warmth, the peace, 
the happiness." 
1899. 43 Mrs. Tennant. 
316 Embers of love. 
542 My heart's delight. 



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Vigor, Charles — continued. 
1900. 88 The guiding hand. 

1005 Joy. 

1018 Miss De Chair. 
1902. 767 The hero of the hour. 

VILLAINE, H Painter. 

75, Rue Vaugirard^ Paris, 
1846. 505 Discovery of the gunpowder 
conspiracy. " About mid- 
night Sir Thomas Knivett, 
a justice of Peace, was 
sent, with proper attend- 
ants; and before the door 
of the vault, finding Fawkes, 
who had just finished all his 
preparations, he immediately 
seized him, and, turning 
over the faggots, discovered 
the powder." — Hume. 

VILLALOBOS, A. De. See D, vol. ii, 
page 315- 

VILLAMIL, P Painter. 

5, Lower Seymour Street. 
1838. 103 A Frascati woman. 
G. Vilia-a-mil, 

cjo Colnagki and Co.^ 

Fall Mail East. 
1840. 293 Cathedral and walls of Burgos. 

P. VillamiL 
1854. 343 A group from the fair at Se- 
ville. 

Paris. 
1857. 4"6 The roofs of Seville. 

46, Pembroke Square. 
1859. 38 "Who is she that looketh 
forth as the morning, fair as 
the moon, clear as the sun, 
and terrible as an army with 
banners?" 
23$ Language of the eyes. 
1 86 1. 636 La Jaca Adaluza. 

VILLB, C Sculptor. 

8, Mount Pleasant^ 

Grafs Inn Lane. 
1831. 1031 Portrait of a gentleman. 

VILLB, De. See D, vol. ii, page 315. 

VILLBBRUNB,Miss Mary De(after. 
wards Mrs. Du Noblet) ... Painter. 
At Mr. Bocquefs^ 

King Strut, Soho. 
1772. 265 A lady playing on a guitar; in 
oil. 



1772. 266 A pastoral; in crayons. 

267 A small picture of two ladies. 
Frith Street, Soho. 
^774' ^4 Two portraits. 

M. de Ville Prune du Noblet, 
Church Rou\ 

Hampstead. 
'775- 94 Portrait of a gentleman; small 
whole length. 

95 Portrait of a gentleman; kit- 

cat. 

96 A fancy head. 
At Mr. Hatton\ 

37, Broad Street, 

Carnaby Market. 
1777. 356 Portrait of a gentleman; kit- 
cat. 
357 Two heads. 

112, Wardour Street. 
1782. 404 Portrait of a young lady; 
crayons. 
424 Portrait of a lady; crayons. 

VILLIBRS, Fran9ois Hiiet. 

Miniature Painter. 
Huet Villiers, 

34, Leicester Square. 
1803. 426 H.R.H. the Duke of York. 

429 H.R.H. the Dutchess of York. 
810 Portrait of his father, an etude, 

a family preparing flowers 
for a fite, a young lady, 
himself on alabaster, and 
Mr. Peltier. 

1807. 744 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

water colours on marble. 
750 Portrait of a lady. 
790 Madame Catalani. 
807 Captain Whittingham, of 12 th 

light dragoons. 
826 Portrait of a young girl bathing. 
891 Mons. De Valabrugues, Ma- 
dame Catalini's husband. 
(Miniature Painter to T.R.H. the Duke 
and Duchess of York.) 
/. H. Villiers, 
36, Great Marlborough Street. 

1808. 739 Portrait of a lady. 

1809. 627 A frame containing the por- 

traits of three ladies. 
H. Villiers, 

96, Great Marlborough Street. 
181 o. 660 Portrait of a lady. 

181 1. 147 Three sheep. 
233 Calves. 

430 Study from nature. 

181 2. 431 His Majesty Gustavus IV. 

1 8 13. 471 A frame containing the por- 

traits of Mr. Morel, a lady, 
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1813. 572 Portrait of a gentleman. 

589 do. the Count of Ludoff. 
591 do. the late Mr. Cardon, 

the engraver. 
753 The Marquis of Sligo. 
{For the exhibits of 1804 to 1806, see 
V. Huety voL iv^page 181. 

VILLIBRS, Frederick Painter. 

S, Primrose Hill Studios. 

1882. 403 The road home; the return of 

an Imperial brigade from 
Afghanistan. 

1883. loi Fighting Arabi with his own 

weapons; an incident of the 
battle of Tel-el- Kebir. " A 
staff officer, with some men 
of the Gordon and Cameron 
Highlanders, and an officer 
and men of the 6oth Rifles, 
bearing towards the Canal, 
captured on its bank a 
Krupp field-piece, which was 
brought into action with 
considerable effect against 
the flank of the enemy fall- 
ing back before the advance 
of the Indian Division." 

VINALL, C Painter. 

27, King William Street^ 

Strand. 
1872. 1251 A village church. 

VINCENT, Miss E. M Painter. 

37a, Park Hilly Clapham. 
1 90 1. 1200 " Not far withdrawn, yet sepa- 
rate from the strife, the tur- 
moil of the world." 

VINCENT, George Painter. 

1814. 213 Scene near Norwich. 

86, Newman Strut. 

18 1 8. i\o Forest scene — evening. 

18 1 9. 301 Sheep crossing the brook — 

morning. 

182 1. \\% Landscape and cattle. 

Kentish Town^ 

opposite Fitzroy Place. 

1822. 254 Grove scene. 

286 View at Whitlingham, near 

Norwich. 
297 View of Ben An, from the island 
on Loch Katrine. 
"Craigs, knoles, and mounds 

confusedly hurled. 
The fragments of an earlier 
world. 



A wildering forest feathered 

o*er 
His ruin'd sides and summits 

hoar, 
While on the north,! through 

middle air, 
Ben An heaved high his fore- 
head bare." 

—Sir Walter Scott. 
1823. 249 Cottage scene. 

395 View of Yarmouth Quay. 

VINCENT, Henry Painter. 

1 16, Great Russell Street. 

1882. 87 What is it? 

1883. 638 A peasant boy. 

150, Southampton Row. 

1884. 480 Private practice. 
540 The seamstress. 

Ill, Euston Road. 
1890. 565 Portrait of a lady. 

8, Monmouth Road^ W. 
1897. 741 British Museum — ^the way out. 

VINCENT, J • Painter. 

9, George Street^ 

Portman Square. 
1 83 1. 595 Study from Christ-Church, Isle 
of Wight. 

VINCENT, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181 6. 436 Shells from nature. 

VINCOTTE, Thomas Jules. 

Sculptor. 
97, Rue de la Consolation^ 

Brussels. 
1881. 1460 Giotto; bust, marble. 

1538 H.M. Leopold II, King of the 
Belgians; bust, marble. 

VINE, R Painter. 

48, Great Russell Street 
1846. 339 The iris. 
1850. 347 Fruit. 

VINBAy Francesco Painter. 

40a, Barclay Road^ Fulham. 

1877. 1327 An insinuating wretch. 

1878. 574 "A soldier's a man, 

A life's but a span; 

Why, then, let a soldier drink." 

1879. 4^^ ^^ dogs. 

519 Salvator Rosa. 
644 Play fellows. 

1 88 1. 917 In waiting. 

1882. 8sa The Queen of the revels. 



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VINER, C Architect. 

Bath, 
1838. 11S9 Design for a triumphal monu- 
ment. 



Tickcll Painter. 

30, Kenton Street^ 

Brunswick Square, 
Mr. J. Viner, Senr. 
Mr. Manfree of Hertfordshire. 
Southsea House. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. do. 

An old peasant. 
Thomas Snape, Esq. 
Study of a head. 

6, Southampton Row. 
Retirement. 
" Oh, what is human pomp and 

power, 
'Mid halls and cities rude. 
Compared with such a sacred 

hour 
Of pensive solitude? " 
Head of a child; a study. 

Southsea House, 
The young artist. 
Mr. John Jesse. 
A blue coat boy. 

Threadneedle Street, 
Wni. Fisher Jackson, Esq. 



VINER, J. 


1821. 


26 




315 


1822. 


H5 


1825. 
1826. 


»35 
171 
224 


1827. 


431 



1828. 584 



1830. 34 

1833. 4«5 

1842. 57 

1854. 1333 



VINOBLST, Emanuel Constant. 

Sculptor. 
C, Vinvolst, 

61, Charlotte Street, 

1868. 1 105 Summer and spring. 

C, Vinoelst, 

18, Bloomfield Terrace, 

1869. 129$ Triumph of Bacchus. 

1870. 1118 Going to bathe. 

187 1. 1279 Daughter of Pharaoh. 

12, Stanley Places Pimlico. 

1872. 1489 Tired out. 

1873. 1497 The first rose. 

1874. 1607 The young hero; marble. 

1875. 1385 Ruth. 

1876. i49» Judith. 

178, Buckingham Palace Road, 
1879. »S<>3 "There is father l** 

1881. 1554 Spring; bust, terra-cotta. 
1556 Summer; bust, terra-cotta. 

6, Ranelagh Grove, 

1882. 1635 A Madonna; bust, marble. 

1883. 1689 Portrait of a young girl; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1884. 1 84 1 Summer; low relief, terra-cotta. 

1889. 2055 Triumph of Bacchus; group, 

terra-cotta. 

1890. 2031 Statuette. 



VINTER, Frederick Armstrong. 

Painter. 

29, Monmouth Street, 

1879. 38a Mildred. 

1880. 409 Lady Jane Grey. 

1881. 889 From Arabia. 
1883. 798 The canary. 

VINTER, Miss Harriet Emily. 

Fainter. 
29, Monmouth Road, 
1879. ^6 Still life. 

VINTER, John Alfred. 

Painter and Lithographer. 
206, High Holbom, 

1848. 269 Portrait. 

194, High Holborn, 

1849. 858 The burial of Isabella. 

" No heart was there in Flor- 
ence but did mourn 

In pity of her love, so oy^x- 
caiSt." --Keats, 

1850. 417 Queen Blanche of Castille 

liberating the prisoners of 
Chitevey. "In 1252 the 
chapter of Notre Dame de 
Paris had thrown several 
persons of Chitevey into 
prison. Queen Blanche, 
touched with compassion for 
them, sent to request their 
liberation. Instead of com- 
plying with her humane de- 
sire, the chapter arrested 
also their wives and fami- 
lies, and crowded them into 
cells together. The Queen's 
indignation was aroused ; 
and, proceeding with her 
guards, she broke open the 
cells where the prisoners 
were found, in a state of 
starvation, with scarcely 
strength to bless their bene- 
factress." — Sismondi, 

1851. 697 " When Ahijah heard the sound 

of her feet, as she came in at 
the door, he said, Come in, 
thou wife of Jeroboam; why 
feignest thou thyself to be 
another?** — i Kings, xiv, 6. 

1852. nil The family of W. D. Jourdain, 

Esq. 

1853. 1267 The release of a captive thrush. 

104, Great Russell Street, 

1854. 612 Helena watching the return of 

Bertram. " Hostess, Now 
they come.'*— All's Well that 
Ends Well. 



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89 



1855. 109 
17s 

1856. 391 
1036 

1857. 461 

1858. 264 



"53 

1859. 5«9 

995 



i860. 594 
905 



908 



909 



910 



912 



1861. 185 

937 



943 



1862. 450 

587 
933 

1863. 598 

997 

998 



VIII. 



The new number. 

Young Waltonians. 

A street study. 

The late Rev. Spedding Cur- 
wen. After VV. Gush. 

Study of an Italian boy. 

Fully employed. 

John Lee, Esq., LL.D., F.R.S., 
of Hartwell Park. After 
R. Tait; lithograph. 

Lieut.-Col. J. Wilson Patten, 
M.P. After Sir J. W.Gordon, 
R.A.J lithograph. 

The young royalist 

Study for a picture from Tenny- 
son*s "Miller's Daughter." 
** So sing that other song I 
made, etc." 

In the morning sow thy seed. 

H.M. The Queen. After Win- 
terhalter. Engraved for Her 
Majesty, 

H. R.H. Prince Leopold George 
Duncan Albert. After Win- 
terhalter. Lithographed for 
Her Majesty. 

H.R. H. Princess Beatrice Mary 
Victoria Feodore. After Win- 
terhalter. Lithographed for 
Her Majesty, 

H.R.H. The Prince Arthur 
William Patrick Albert. After 
Wi'nterhalter. Lithographed 
for Her Majesty, 

H.R.H. The Prince Consort. 
After Winterhalter. Litho- 
graphed for Her Majesty, 
18, Monmouth Roady 

Bayswater, 

The picture book. 

H.S.H. Ernest, Prince of Lein- 
ingen. After F. R. Say. 
Lithographed for Her Ma- 
jesty, 

The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry W. N. 
Wynne. K.C.B., G.C.H. 
After F. R. Say; litho- 
graph. 

Saturday afternoon: the illus- 
trated paper. 

Boat building. 

H.R.H. the Princess Alice. 
After Winterhalter. Litho- 
graphed for Her Majesty, 

Compassion. 

H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 

After Lauchert. 
H.R.H. Prince Louis of Hesse. 
After Winterhalter. LJiho- 
graphed for Her Majesty, 



1863. 1000 Her late R.H. the Duchess 

of Kent. After Winterhalter. 
Lithographed for Her 
Majesty, 

1864. 657 Study for a picture. "He shall 

in no wise lose his reward." 

1865. 845 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 

. After Winterhalter; litho- 
graph. 

846 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 
After Winterhalter; litho- 
graph. 

849 H.R.H. the Princess Louise. 
After Graefle. Lithographed 
for Her Majesty, 

8(8 Edward Knight, Esq. After 
F. Grant, R.A.; lithc^raph. 

1866. i8i The rescue of a collier boy. 

1867. 948 H.R.H. the Prince Consort. 

After Macleay. Lithographed 
for Her Majesty, 

951 H.R.H. the Princess Beatrice. 
After Lauchert. Litho- 
graphed for Her Majesty, 

961 H.R.H. the Prince Christian. 
After Winterhalter. Litho- 
graphed for Her Majesty, 

979 H.R.H. the Duke of Edin- 
burgh. After Winterhalter. 
Lithographed for Her 
Majesty, 

1868. 166 Cam's smooth margin. 

903 Balmoral in i860. After Sir 
E. Landseer, R.A. Litho- 
graphed for Her Majesty, 

1869. 8i6 Study for a picture. "There 

were also women looking 
on afar off."— ^. Mark, 
XV, 40. 

29, Monmouth Road, 
1S70. 22 The late Admiral Worde, 
K.H., of Squerrye's Court, 
Kent. 
820 Early risers; crayon. 
845 Fanny Vinter; crayon. 

1871. 517 Waiting to be christened. 

1872. 971 The first glimpse of the sea. 
992 Past and present. 

1013 Work and play. 

1873. 99^ '^^^ hamper from home. 
1081 Dawning talent. 

1874. 18 Checkmate. 

1339 Portrait of a lady. 

1876. 560 From the squire. 

1877. 54 Our village choir. 
495 Peep-bo. 

628 Way-worn and weary. 

1880. 541 The reply. 

1 88 1. 442 Alone in London. 

1882. 800 The burial of Harold. 



90 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Vintcr, John Alfred — continued, 

1883. 1373 Work and play; crayon study 
for a picture. 
642 Early art. 

974 The Rev. Daniel Moore, chap- 
lain in Ordinary to the 
Queen, and Prebendary of 
St. Paul's. 
610 Mrs. Vinter. 

33, Lynton Road^ 

Springfield Park^ Acton, 
1902. 887 On the East Coast of England. 



1884. 
1891. 



1893. 



VIOLET, Miss 
Mrs. Pulham) .. 



1 808. 



1809. 
1811. 



Maria (afterwards 
Miniature Painter. 
59, Poland Street. 
483 A cottager selling flowers. 
I, Upper James Street^ 

Golden Square. 
345 A drawing in water colours; a 

girl playing with her dog. 
677 Portrait of a girl at a window. 
681 do. young lady. 

(Pierre Violet had two daughters^ Maria^ 
who married James Brook Pulham^ and 
Cecilia^ who married Lewis Ferriere^ a son 
of Francis Ferriere,) 

VIOLET, Pierre... Miniature Painter. 

f)TyJermyn Street. 

1790. 314 Portrait of an artist. 

325 do. a young lady. 
318 The Queen of France. 
332 Marchioness of Chabaine. 

338 Portrait of a young lady. 

339 Miss Boulanger. 

341 Portrait of a gentleman. 
348 Covetousness. 

369 Portrait of a lady. 

370 do. gentleman. 

371 do. kdy. 

1 791. 284 do. gentleman. 
320 do. young woman. 
328 A frame containing a portrait 

of H.R.H. the Prince of 
Wales and eight others. 
8, Dufouf^s Place, 

Broad Street, 

Camaby Market. 

1792. 7^1 A frame containing six por- 

traits. 
'794' 47^ Nine miniatures. 

53, Berwick Street, Soho. 
^795« 385 Portrait of an artist. {Mr. 
Bartolozzi.) 
386 Portrait of a young lady. 
440 do. girl. 



A 



446 A sleeping boy. 
517 A study. 



1795. 520 Portrait of a child. 

565 . do. gentleman. 

1796. 137 Portraits of two young ladies. 
138 Portrait of a lady. {Miss 

Staveley.) 
530 Five portraits. 
610 Portrait of a child. 
658 do. do. 
1797* 49^ <lo. gendeman. 

588 Fancy. 

851 Portrait of a lady. 
938 do. foreign lady of 

quality and her children. 
979 Portrait of a young lady. 

1798. 381 Drawings. 

464 Cottagers selling flower pots. 

524 A drawing. 

580 Children playing. 

702 A drawing. 

906 The chilly school-boy. 

58, Poland Street. 

1799. 407 Fancy. 

488 Portrait of an artist; in imita- 
tion of bronze. 
768 Portrait of an artist. 
778 do. a French general. 

1800. 446 A drawing. 

558 A girl tired of play. 

924 Portrait of a young lady. 

927 do. an artist. 

1 80 1. 781 do. a young girl. 
797 Miss L. Morris. 

816 Mrs. Burkingshaw. 

1802. 460 A fancy head. 
596 Mr. Wilshin. 

701 J. Claridge, Esq. 
889 Capt. Surman. 

1803. 371 Mrs. Gaillard. 
586 Mr. Gaillard. 
594 Mrs. Smith. 
822 Mr. Jennings. 

1804. 620 Portraits of a gentleman's 

family. 
^n Mr. Gaillard. 
692 Mr. G. Bartolozzi. 

1805. 417 Mr. Lenoir. 

1806. 360 Sketch of the portrait of R. 

Bloomfield, author of the 
" Farmer's Boy." 
738 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1807. 614 do. young lady. 

718 A girl looking out of a window. 
859 Mr. J. Calkin. 

1808. 448 A drawing representing a young 

girl translating. 
709 A frame containing two minia- 
tures. 
I, Upper James Street, 

Golden Square. 

1809. 593 A holy virgin. 



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91 



1809. 673 A drawing in water colours re- 

presenting children's sports. 

18 10. 464 A woman sewing. 
519 Maria, from Sterne. 

676 Portrait of a gentleman. 

181 1. 678 J. Claridge, Esq. 

18 1 2. 748 Portrait of young lady. 

i3 13. 453 Portraits of a fortune teller and 
girl. 

1814. 465 Portrait of a lady. 

1815. 485 do. gentleman. 
559 Mrs. Ferrier. 

577 Mr. Ferrier. 

I, Charlotte Street, 

Jntzray Square. 

1816. 624 Portrait of a lady. 

1817. 669 James Brook Pulham, Esq. 

181 8. 672 Portrait of a farmer aged 102. 

677 do. an artist. 

801 Death of a favourite bird. 

1819. 7*8 Portrait of the late N. C. Jen- 

nings, Esq., the celebrated 
Antiquary. 

VISPRE, Francis Xavicr ... Painter. 
78, St. Martin's Lane. 

1788. 3 An Infant, Jesus considering 

the cross. 
86 Portrait of a gentleman. {Sir 

Grey Page Ti/rner.) 
290 Portrait of a lady. 
292 do. do. 

330 do. do. 

331 do. young gentleman. 

1789. 110 St. John the Baptist. 
290 Portrait of a lady. 

305 do. gentleman. 

VISPRE, Victor Painter. 

At Mr. Augidand^s, near 
Old Slaughter Coffee house, 
St. Martin's Lane. 

1770. 194 A piece of fruit painted in oil 

upon glass. 
195 Ditto, its companion. 

1 77 1. 203 A fruit piece painted in oil 

upon glass. 

204 do. do. do. 

205 do. do. do. 
106 do. do. do. 

1772. 264 Two fruit pieces painted in oil 

on glass. 

VITALBA, Giovanni Painter. 

In Berwick Street, Soho. 
177 1. 207 A landscape; a drawing. 

James Street, Golden Square. 
1773' 300 A landscape; in oil. 

301 do. in water colours. 

302 A naked figure; in black chalk. 



Piccadilly, near Downes Street. 
^77S' 3*5 Ahead; Drawing. 

326 A view of a sea port; Drawing. 
317 do. the entrance to a 
castle; Drawing. 

Charles Street, Soho. 
1785. 445 A fancy head. 

484 A sketch of a cascade from 
nature. 

1 1 , Jermyn Street. 
1798. 473 A sea port in the gulph of 
Venice representing a sum- 
mer storm ceasing. 

VI V ARES, Thomas Painter. 

At Mr. Gearie's, 

Tottenham Court Road. 
1783. 380 Moonlight. 
398 do. 

18, St. Georges Row, 

Oxford Turnpike. 
1 7^5* 470 A moonlight. 

At Mr. Buscoulefs, 

2, Great Newport Street, 

Long Acre. 
1788. 560 Sketch of a Romantic Castle, 
situated in Chimera. 

VIVIAN, Comley Painter. 

70, Warwick Gardens. 

1877. 347 Mrs. Vivian. 

1878. 221 Atalanta. 
576 Nina. 

1880. 3x3 Charles WooUoton, Esq., J.P., 

Sheriff of London and Mid- 
dlesex, 1879-80. 
145 1 A portrait. 

1 88 1. 472 Elliot - Hardy and Marriott, 

sons of J. C. Parkinson, 
Esq. 

80, Warwick Gardens. 
1883. 483 Rear- Admiral Mark Pechell. 
519 Parke Pittar, Esq. 

1885. 101 s Violet. 

1892. I Mrs. Fredk. Dean. 

VIVIAN, Mrs. Comley (Lizzie) 
(formerly Miss Elizabeth Baly 

rarquhar) Miniature Painter. 

80, Warwick Gardens. 

1886. 1387 Portrait of a lady. 
1888. 1538 Isaac Henderson, Esq. 

1540 Nina. 

1890. 1572 The late H. W. Nevill, Esq. 

1891. 1545 Ethel, daughter of F. Ambrose, 

Esq. 

1546 Archie Vivian. 

1547 Mary, daughter of Brice Alan 

Miller. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Vivian, Mrs. Comlcy — continued, 
1892. 1420 Lady Ida. 

1421 Violet and Madge Vivian. 
1902. 116S Madame Constance Elizabeth 
d'Azevedo. 
{See Miss L. Farquhar, vol. iii, 
page 88.) 

VOGET, H. C Architect. 

61, Northumberland Street. 
1838. 1137 View of a mansion near Cape 
Town for Baron Van Lud- 
wig. 

YOKES, Arthur E Painter. 

34, Acfold Road^ Fulham* 

1897. 2015 V. W. Burnand, Esq.; head. 

10, Parade Houses 

Northampton, 

1898. 1894 Study of a head. 

Goodyear Chambers^ 

Northampton, 

1899. 772 Corn and Elms — twilight. 

1900. 49S Evening. 

1 90 1. 299 Meadow sweet. 
688 A spring evening. 
698 A bright morning. 

VOLLON, Antoine Painter. 

2, Frith Strut, 
187 1. 1164 Luncheon. 

VOLMAR, Johann Georg ... Painter. 

22, Warwick Strut, 

1804. 305 The gift. View in the vicinity 

of the Lake of Lungerin, in 

the upper part of the Canton 

of Underwalden. 

306 The corn-merchants; an inn of 

the Canton of Zurich. 

307 The debarkation; taken from 

part of the lake of the four 
Cantons. 

308 The game at skittles in the 

Canton of Berne. 

VOLMERSTEIN, Count von der R. 

Sculptor. 
2, Lawn^ South Lambeth, 
1863. 1064 Mater Amabilis. 
1066 Beatrice Cenci. 

VON ANGBLI, Baron Heinrich. 
See Angeliy vol. i, page 37. 

VON BORWITZ, Miss R. E. 

Painter. 
1 8, EarVs Court Gardens. 
1892. no Autumn. 



VON CHELMINSKI, Jan. See C, 
vol. ii, page 52. 

VONDER EMBE, K Painter. 

42, Albany Street, 
1^53* 535 Early impressions. 

1290 German peasant reading the 
bible. 



VON BICKBN, Miss Elisabeth. 

Painter. 
63, Lutzowstrasse^ Berlin, 

1896. 536 November. 

1897. 318 May morning. 

VON FOWENKEL, Miss Magdalena. 

Painter. 
21, Aberdeen Place, 
1831. 553 Flowers from nature. 
1833. 827 Portrait of a lady. 
1835. 737 do. do. 

854 View of an ancient castle of 
the Counts of Flanders, in 
Ghent, and the birthplace 
of John of Gaunt. 
, Magdalene Van Fawinkel, 

21, Aberdun Place, 
1843. 666 Flowers from nature. 

VON GLEHN, Oswald Painter. 

8, Trafalgar Studios, 

1879. *5^ Boreas and Orithyia. 

Phadrus, Tell me, So- 
crates, do you believe this 
tale to be true? 

Socrates, It would not be 
strange if I disbelieved it, 
as the clever men do. I 
might then show my clever- 
ness by saying that a gust 
of Boreas blew her down 
from the rocks above while 
she was at play, and that 
having been killed in that 
manner she was reported to 
have been carried off by 
Boreas, etc,**— Pla/o. 

1880. 31 (Enone. (Enone, placed in 

ambush by her lover, Paris, 
to witness his award of the 
golden apple to the fairest 
of the goddesses, sees him, 
faithless to his love for her, 
assign the prize to Venus, 
on her promising him the 
fairest and most loving wife 
in Greece, namely Helen. 



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93 



VON GLEHN, Wilfrid G. ... Painter, 
lo, Sf, Leonardos Studios^ 

Chelsea, 
1896. 239 Mona. 

58, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 
1898. 613 Mrs. F. Cohen. 

1900. 542 Leda and the swan. 

1901. 51 Miss R. V. G. 

VON HANNON, R Painter. 

Vienna, 
1849. 1010 Snow scene. 

VON HOLST, TheodorM.... Painter. 

14, Hoivland Street, 

1827. 604 Witches hastening to the 

Hartzgebirg. {Quotation in 
German from Goethe,) 

1828. 335 Faust and Margareth; Garden 

scene. — Goethe, 

530 Sketch from the Bohemian 
legend of the twelve sleep- 
ing virgins. 

560 Two students watching the 
clock of eternity. 

1829. 445 The page. " Raro anteceden- 

tem scelestum deseruit pede 
poena claudo." 
486 Baron Carl Achating Von 
Freisheim. 

1832. 369 Giorgione and his sister Salma; 

a sketch from life by Adel- 
bert von Chamisso. 
478 A peasant woman of Ander- 
nach on the Rhine. 

1833. 260 The dream of Giacinta Fava. 
305 Pleasure; an attempt in the 

manner of the visions of the 
Spanish poet, Quevedo. 
567 The fated hour. 

1834. 467 The seducer. — From Goethe^s 

Tragedy of Clavigo, 
483 Faust in his study. " Das ist 

nicht eines haudes gestalt, 

etc." 
494 La jalousie. 
1837. 30a Charon; study for a fresco. 

"Guai* a voi anime prave, 

etc." 
312 Macbeth, Banquo, and the 

witches. " Banquo and 

Macbeth, all hail! etc." 
79, Great Titchfield Street. 

1839. 295 Portrait of Bettina Brentano. 
586 Portrait of a lady. 

19, Nassau Street, 

1840. 935 The treasure-seeker. 
947 Hero and Leander. 

1841. 40 George Simon Harcourt, Esq., 

M.P. 



1 84 1. 217 Mrs. Harcourt and child. 
536 Preciosa. 

2, Percy Street. 
1843. 47 Spanish lady. 



VON MATTHESON. 
page 213. 



See M, vol. v, 



VONNER, Madame A. B. N. 

Painter. 
132, Sloane Street. 
1892. 1113 Olga. 

VON PREUSCHEN, Baroness H. 
See P, vol. vi, page 203. 

VON REICHENBACH, Count 

Waldemar Painter. 

Weimar. 
1 88 1 . 1 28 " Pax Vobiscum ! " 

VON ROSEN, Count. See R, vol. vi, 
page 362. 

VOS HUBERT Painter. 

Grosvenor Studio, Vauxhall, 

1888. 1 118 A Breton beggar. 

1889. 1410 A room in the Brussels Alms- 

house for women. 

1890. 823 Russian peasant. 

1 1 50 H. £. Mons. de Staal, Russian 

Ambassador in London. 
1654 La priere. 

1891. 1385 Mrs. Van den Bergh. 

VOSE, Mrs Sculptor. 

Liverpool, 
1819. 1190 Bust of Mr. J. Gibson, sculp- 
tor, a pupil of the Marquis 
Canova. 

VOSPER, Sydney C Painter. 

Faaiiet, Morbihcm, France, 
1904. 954 Sabot-maker's hut 
987 The weaver. 

VOTIERI, J Sculptor. 

24, Upper Park Street, 

Liverpool Road. 
1869 1256 The late John Gibson, R.A.; 
marble. 

VOYSEY, A Architect. 

Zo,PaUMall. 
181 1. 885 Design for a bridge over the 
Thames at Vauxhall, etc. 



94 THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



VOYSEY, 


189s. 


1496 


1896. 


1739 




1 741 


1897. 
1898. 


>747 
1797 
1758 


1899. 


1759 
1837 



1904. 1645 



Charles P. A. ... Architect. 
1 1, Melina Place j 

St. John's Wood. 
House at Colwall. 
Walnut Tree Farm. 

6, Carlton Hill, N. W. 
Design for wall paper, etc. 
Houses at Swanage, Hamp- 

stead, and Frensham. 
Design for wall paper. 
House near Guildford. 
House at Limpsfield. 

do. Thorpe Mandeville. 

do. Windermere. 

do. Oxshott. 
23, York Place, Baker Street. 
House at Hampstead. 



VULLIAMY, G Architect. 

(iZ, Pall Mall. 
1838. 1225 House for a Russian Prince on 

the coast of the Baltic. 
1845. ''^^ Design for the choristers' 
school, Magdalen College, 
Oxford. 



VULLIAMY, Lewis Architect. 

361, Oxford Street. 

1822. 848 Design for the court of a 

palace. 

1823. 955 View from the water, etc.; de- 

sign for a bridge. 

132, Regent Street. 

1824. 925 Examples of ornamental Sculp- 

ture in architecture, from the 
originals in Greece, Asia 
Minor, Italy, etc. 

1830. 1023 Law Institution, Chancery 

Lane. 

1831. 1026 Church at Highgate. 

1832. 975 Great Hall, Law Institution. 



1833. 
1834. 


973 
913 




929 




956 


1835. 
1836. 


95» 
921 




101 1 


1837- 


1119 



1838. 1 1 19 



Church in Woburn Square. 

Emo Park, Ireland, the seat of 
the Earl of Portarlington. 

Clydagh House, the seat of Sir 
G. T. Staunton, Bart. 

New Library at Leigh Park, for 
Sir G. T. Staunton, Bart. 

163, Regent Street. 

Christ Church, Woburn Square. 

Design for a museum of paint- 
ing and sculpture, 
do. do. do. 

Royal Institution of Great 
Britain. 

13, Savik Row. 

View in Albemarle Street of 
Royal Institution. 



VYCHAN, J. L Painter. 

29, Bolsover Street. 
1874. 205 Showery weather — Lake of 
Geneva. 
272 The castled crag of Drachen- 
fels. 

VYVYAN, C Painter. 

138, EarPs Court Road. 
1878. 750 A Tuscan lily. 

VYVYAN, J Architect. 

Poplar. 
1818. 1032 Design for a new Theatre at 
Dublin. 

Z2,Jermyn Street. 
1820. 897 Design for the new Post Office. 

VYVYAN, Miss M. Caroline. 

Painter. 
28, Church Row, Hampstead. 
1890. 1662 Within sound of the sea. 
1897. 1164 February in South Italy. 



WADDBLL, D. Henderson... Painter. 
14, Percy Circus^ Kin^s Cross, 
1882. 1084 Dunbar — evening. 

WADDILOVB, Miss Agnes M. 

Miniature Painter. 
Dormans^ Parkstone^ Dorset, 

1902. 1243 Doris Brett. 

1903. 1150 Miss Eveleen M. Waddilove. 
1294 Madeline, daughter of the Rev. 

A. G. Musgrave. 

WADE, Fairfax Blomfield. 

Architect. 
66, Victoria Street, 
1889. 1825 Flixton Hall, Suffolk. 
1833 do. do. 

1892. 1808 do. do. 

1893. 1653 Royal School of Art Needle- 

work, Imperial Institute 
Road. 

1894. 1719 St John's Church, Whittington, 

Salop. 
1720 do. do. do. 

1895. 1537 Royal School of Art Needle- 

work, etc. 

WADE, George E Sculptor. 

8, Pont Street. 

1889. 2070 Lieut. -Colonel Myles Sandys, 

M.P.j bust, bronze. 
7, The Avenue^ Fulham Road, 

1890. 1948 Rev. Canon Nugent Wade; 

bust, terra-cotta. 

1981 Grenadier Guard, 1889; statu- 
ette, terra-cotta. 

2o$5 IlPenseroso; statuette, bronze. 

1 89 1. 1966 Aphrodite; statuette, marble. 
2014 Lord Suffield; bust. 

1892. 1876 H.R.H. The Duke of Con- 

naught; statue. 
1883 Despair; statuette, marble. 
1973 St. George and the Dragon; 

group, bronze. 

1893. *^^^ Sir John A. MacDonald; statue. 

1894. 1794 Torch bearer; statuette. 
1803 do. do. 

1897. 1937 Muthusami Tyer, late Judge of 

the High Court of Madras. 

1898. 1827 Truth; group. 

1899. 1930 Mrs. Lancelot Fletcher; bust, 

marble. 

1900. 1927 Death; group. 

1977 Miss Rube; bust, marble. 



WADE, Thomas Painter. 

2, Clarendon Struts Preston. 

1867. 515 Carting turf from the moss. 
637 He *s coming. 

1868. 218 The poacher's home. 
420 A stitch in time. 

1869. 895 An unwelcome visitor. 

1870. 31s The old smithy. 
892 Turf-cutters. 

1 87 1. 46 Making ready for school. 
307 Tired. 

1 170 The Surrender of the Emperor. 

1872. 595 Sailing feathers. 
898 After-dinner nap. 

1873. 534 Spring ploughing. 
1073 A stormy day. 

1874. 903 Digging potatoes. 

1875. ^^^ Spring ploughing. 

1876. 691 Autumn. 

1877. 841 Going to School. 
851 A summer day. 

861 Saturday afternoon. 
14, Charles Street^ 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1878. 828 A farm yard. 

Hill Cottage^ Windermere. 

1879. 692 An old Mill. Purchased for the 

Chantrey Bequest for ^^84. 
794 The river Falloch, Perthshire. 

1880. 683 Old farm buildings. 
863 Starling and larks. 
982 A moor scene. 

1881. 417 On the moors. 

1882. 938 An old farmhouse. 
947 Feeding poultry. 

1883. 919 Early spring. 
1060 The river Falloch. 

1884. 1043 North Hill, Clovelly. 
IOS7 Old farmhouse. 

1885. 1223 Old Cottages, Coniston. 

Boundary Villa^ Kendal, 

1886. 1140 Fish Street, Clovelly. 

South Langrigge^ Windermere, 
1890. 1323 Harvest field. 

WADE, W. R Miniature Painter. 

24, Penton PlacCy Pentonville, 
1824. 677 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

WADHAM, B. B Painter. 

Glan-y- Wem House^ 

Arthog Dolgelly^ 

North Wales, 
1883. 366 Sunny day in September. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WADHAM, H. B Painter. 

27, 5/. David Street, 

Great Dover Rd., Borough, 

1838. 840 Sketch of a boy. 

B. B. Wadham, 

27, St, David Street, 
Great Dover Road, 
Borough, 

1839. 78 Portrait of himself. 

WADHAM, Percy Painter. 

Morialia, Windsor, 

1 90 1. 1445 Ancien Hotel de Gondi, Ville- 

neuve-les-Avignon . 
1484 Vannes, Lower Brittany. 

1902. 1340 An old courtyard, Avignon. 

WADMORB, T. F Architect. 

Upper Clapton, 

1847. 1 160 Design in the Tudor style. 

1848. 1276 do. for almshouses. 

1849. 1014 do. a parish church. 
185 1. 246 A Picture Gallery at Clapton, 

the property of James Wad- 
more, Esq. The centre pic- 
ture at the end is St Roch 
interceding with the Virgin 
and infant Christ. This pic- 
ture was formerly in the 
chapel of St. Eustache at 
Paris, but having become 
the property of the Duke of 
Orleans, was replaced by a 
copy. The two larger ones 
on either side, are by Tur- 
ner; one being a view of the 
Harbour of Dieppe, and the 
other of Cologne. 

35, Great St. Be/en's. 

1855. 1208 Church of St. Michael, Sutton 
Coldfield, Warwickshire. 

1877. 1 1 32 Remains of the ancient church, 
circa 1200, on the estate of 
the Skinners' Company, 
Dungiven, co. Londonderry, 
Ireland. 



WADMORB and BAKBR. 

Architects. 
35, Great St. Hehtes. 
i860. 616 Tonbridge Chapel School, 
Kent 

WADMORB and MASON. 

Architects. 
5, Crosby Hall Chambers. 
1852. 1234 Wax Chandlers' Hall, Gresham 
Street 



WADSWORTH, Mrs Painter. 

1 4, Northumberland St, <, Strand, 
1802. 292 Portrait of a lady. 
888 Mrs. Symons. 

WABIGBN, A Painter. 

148, Sloane Street, 
1858. 1205 A fisher's family awaiting his 
return. 

WAGBMAN, Michael Angelo. 

Painter. 
II, Stafford Roady Pimlico, 

1837. 752 Study of flowers. 

25, Mount Street, 

1838. 705 The meadow. 

746 Study by candlelight 

1839. loii Amri and Govinda. "With 

her elbow resting on her 
knee, and her soft cheek 
leaning on her hand, Amr^ 
sat gazing up at the sky; 
but Govinda looked neither 
upon the earth, nor on the 
sky; his eyes were fixed 
upon one who was brighter 
to him than the stars, love- 
lier than the moon when she 
drives her antelopes through 
the heavens, sweeter than 
the night flower which opens 
in her beam." — Keepsake, 
1828. 
1841. s^5 Miss Sparks. 

1843. 9^* A study of Venus. 
1014 A study. 

1027 Peregrine Falcon. 

1844. 996 Master Macnaughtan. 

1845. 618 Jersey woman going to market 

1846. 757 A. E. Webb, Esq. 
1054 A. P. Chambers, Esq. 

1848. 823 Interior of the Inn at Glen- 

gyle, Loch Katrine. 
875 By Lake Vennachar. 

51, New Bond Street. 

1849. 9^^ Telemachus relating his ad- 

ventures to Calypso. 

211, Recent Street. 

1850. 665 Celadon and Amelia. ** From 

his void embrace, mysterious 
heaven! that moment to the 
ground, a blackened corse, 
was struck The beauteous 
maid." — Thamsot^s Seasons. 

1851. 603 "I that speak unto thee am 

he,**'—/ohn, iv, 26. 

1852. 383 Nathan accusing David. "And 

Nathan said unto David, 
Thou art the man."— 2 Sam- 
uel, xii, 7. 



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I, LansdcUe Viiias^ 


1827. 583 




Westlioume Grave. 




1854. 


262 " How shall I e'er forget that 






dreadful hour 


599 




When, feeling death's resistless 


1828. 499 




power, 






My hand she pressed, wet with 






her falling tears, 






And then, in faltering accents. 






spoke her fears?" 


5.8 




452 "Faithful in death, his mute 


53» 




favourite attended, 






The much loved remains of 






his master defended. 






And chased the hill fox and 


667 




the raven away." 


694 


i^SS' 


1 115 Study of dogs. 
Northgate House^ 

Regent's Park. 




1878. 


779 Dandy. 


726 


1879. 


761 Friends. 




WAGEMAN, Thomas Charles. 






Painter. 


818 




P. Wageman^ 214, Strand, 


954 


1816. 


453 Mr. Taylor. 

678 Frame containing portraits of 
Messrs. Knight, Palmer, and 






Oxberry. 


1829. 538 




T. Wageman, 88, Strand. 




1817. 


86 1 Three portraits of Mr. Harley; 
a study from the farce of 
"Frightened to Death." 




1818. 


444 Greyhounds, the property of 

J. St. Aubyn, Esq. 
534 Mr. and Mrs. Wallack. 






869 Mr. Knight of Drury Lane 


644 




Theatre and his family. 


73> 




886 Portrait of a lady. 


747 




2, Amen Comer. 


785 


1820. 


786 Portraits of the Misses Lin- 
thorpe. 


823 




I, Upper Grafton Street. 


863 


1821. 


566 Mrs. W. Fawkes. 




1822. 


771 T. Stothard, Esq., R.A. 
800 The Connoisseur. 




1823. 


543 A Madonna. 

90, Fleet Street. 


881 


1824. 


701 Portrait of a gentleman. 






719 do. lady. 


1830. $1% 


1825. 


448 do. do. 






510 A family groupe. 


618 




528 do. do. 




1826. 


561 The Aunt. 


853 




562 The mother. 


1831. 556 


1827. 


519 Mr. Jones, in the character of 
Puff, in the farce of the Critic. 






573 Mr. Harley, as Billy Bombast, 


568 




in the farce of the Disagree- 






able Surprise. 





Mr. Matthews as Monsieur 
Morbleu, in the farce of 
Monsieur Tonson. 

Mr. T. T. Morrell. 

Mr. Braham in the character 
of Prince Orlando, in Dib- 
din's opera of the Cabinet; 
drawn for Cumberland's 
British Theatre. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Miss Paton in the character of 
Mandane, in the Opera of 
Artaxerxes; drawn for Cum- 
berland's British Theatre. 

Portrait of a barrister. 

Miss Foote in the character 
of Moggy McGilpin in 
O'Keefe's farce of the High- 
land Reel, etc. 

Mr. EUiston in the character 
of Walter in Morton's opera 
of the Children in the Wood, 
etc. 

Portrait of a lady. 

The Marquess of Exeter in the 
dress worn at the coronation 
of His Most Gracious Ma- 
jesty George the 4th. 

John Shipp, Lieutenant of His 
Majesty's 87 th or Royal Fu- 
sileers, leading the troops 
into the Fortress of Huttras 
in Bengal, East Indies, in 
the year 1817 in the suc- 
cessful attack against that 
place. 

The girl and pitcher. 

Mr. Charles Aldis. 

Portrait of a lady. 

do. gentleman. 

Mr. T. P. Cooke as in 

Presumption. 

Mr. G. Penson in the character 
of Signor Solfeggio, a deaf 
music-master, in the opera 
of the Pirate of Genoa. 

Mr. T. P. Cooke as Jack Sykes 
in the afterpiece of Nel- 
son. 

Mr. Kemble in the character 
of Mercutio. 

Mr. Kean in the character of 
Hamlet. 

The late Mrs. Webb. 

Mr. Wallack in the character 
of Massaroni in the after- 
piece of the Brigand. 

Mr. O. Smith in the character 
of Mammon in the Devil's 
Ducat. 



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Wageman, Thomas Charles — continued. 
1831. 629 Miss Philips in the character 
of Juliet in Romeo and 
Juliet. 
630 Miss Bartolozzi. 

1*1^, Fleet Street. 
1834. 854 The Nursery. 

46, F7eet Street. 

1836. 880 Portrait of himself. 
881 do. a lady. 

1 1, Stafford Ronv^ Pitnlico. 

1837. 859 Hon. Henry Fitzroy, M.P. 

25, Mount Street, 

Grosvenar Square. 

1842. 622 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1843. 1038 Portraits of Mrs. Edward Allen 

and her daughter. 

1845. 1023 Master Arthur Piatt 

51, New Bond Street, 

1846. 1053 The waltzers. 
1848. 926 Fruit from nature. 

10 1 5 do do. 

WAGHORN, Frederick Painter, 

2, Rylands Road, N. W. 

1880. 759 Nether Hall, Essex. 

1 88 1. 700 A relic of the middle ages. 

57, Woodsome Road, 

Highgate Road. 
1887. 1091 The Strand gate, Winchelsea. 

WAGMULLER, M Sculptor, 

2, The Terrace, Richmond. 
1870. 1152 Charles Manby, Esq.; marble. 
1 161 Netlam Giles, Esq.; do. 
1 174 J. R. McClean, Esq., M.P.; 

marble. 
121 5 Thomas Brassey, Esq. 
1223 Flora; portrait statue, marble. 

Munich. 

1872. 1402 W. Clutten, Esq. 
1433 H. Lloyd, Esq. 

1543 James, Earl of Caithness, F.R.S. 

1545 Professor Owen. 

1557 Countess of Caithness. 

1873. 1417 Arthur Helps, Esq., Secretary 

of the Privy Council. 
1553 Henry Shrubsole, Esq. 

1874. 1477 Lavinia Giles; marble medal- 

lion. 
1479 Lady Fanny Sinclair; marble 

medallion. 
1576 Bust of a gentleman. 
1603 Girl frightened by a lizard; 

bronze statuette. 

WAGNER, Anna Sophia Painter, 

^^,/ermyn Street. 
181 1. 375 An old man reading. 



WAGNER, Cecilia, 

Miniature Painter, 
Westmoreland Place. 
1 8 14. 399 Portrait of a gentleman. 

WAGSTAFFE, Thomas Rogers, See 
Vigers and Wagstaffe, voL viii, page 

85. 

WAINEWRIGHT, Mary E. 

Painter, 
Mary E. Wainwright, 

14, Edward Street, 

Limehouse Fields. 

1 83 1. loi Composition. 

1832. 38 Cottage scene. 

WAINWRIGHT, William J, 

Painter. 
17, Rue Notre Dame, Paris. 
1883. 565 An ancient musician. 

WAINEWRIGHT, Thomas Francis, 

Painter, 
14, Edward Street, 

Limehouse Fields. 
1832. 247 Landscape. 

583 do. 
1^35* 9^7 Old buildings; a sketch. 

1836. 121 From nature. 

446 Near Bromley, Kent. 

1837. 97 Sketch from nature. 
726 A portrait. 

10, Princes Street, 

Westminster. 

1838. 42 The Eagle Tower, Caernarvon 

Castle — morning. 

1839. 271 Landscape near Old Windsor. 
1 112 Flibbertygibbet, the property 

of William Call, Esq. 

74, Albany Street. 

1840. 493 Landscape — Spring. 

530 Cottage Scene near Canterbury. 
23, Charles Street, 

Mortimer Street. 

1842. 35 View of St. Ann's Hill from 

the adjoining grounds — 
morning. 
270 Study from nature. 
1 21 3 Near Woodbridge Farm, Wilt- 
shire. 

1843. 26 Study of elm trees at Engle- 

field Green. 
888 do. do. do. 

1844. 198 Willow, from nature. 

1845. 363 Sketch do. 

18, Sussex Place, Kensington. 
1 85 1. 807 A sea shore — morning. 

loa, Tichbome Street. 
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1857. 632 View from near Cooper's Hill 
looking towards St. Ann's 
Hill, Weybridge. 
9, King Street^ Cavent Garden, 
1859- 72 Evening. 

1861. 132 Sheep. 

1862. 571 Landscape with sheep. 
607 A Summer's morning. 

WAINEWRIGHT, Thomas Griffith. 

Painter. 

182 1. $82 Subject from the Romance of 

Undine, Chap. VI. 
49, Great Marlborough Street, 

1822. 240 Paris in the chamber of Helen. 

"There Jove-loved Hector 
entered." 

1823. 301 An attempt from the Undine 

of De la Motte Fougue. 
"By d^rees, outward ter- 
rors joined to inward mis- 
givings, to punish Bertalda's 
passion for the husband of 
her friend. The narrow 
corridors of Castle Ringstet- 
ten were ghastly populous, 
and reproachful blue eyes, 
strangely like the injured 
Undine, were ever on her." 

1824. 268 The milk- maid's song. "Come 

live with me and be my 
love." — From the Complete 
Angler. (Isaak Walton and 
Venator listening.) 

1825. 262 First idea of a scene from Der 

Freischiitz. *^ Zamiel, Essey 
bei den Pforten der Holle, 
Morgen er oder Du." 
545 Sketch from "La Gierusa- 
lemme Liberata." "Et al 
fine spuntar, etc." 
{Bryan spells the name Wainwright^ and 
D, N, B, Waineumght,) 

WAINEWRIGHT, W. F. ... Painter. 

W, Wainwright, 

1835. 43S Portrait of himself. 

1836. 508 A sketch. 

14, Princess Street ^ 

Westminster, 
1838. 639 Portrait of a gentleman. 

74, Albany Street, 
1841. 597 Viscount Duncannon. 

24, St, Jameses Street, 

1849. 7®4 Marchioness of Worcester. 
748 Marquis of Worcester. 
829 Portrait of a lady. 

1850. looi Ralph Bernal Osborne, Esq., 

M.P. for Middlesex. 



WAITE, Edward W Painter. 

Blackheaih. 
1878. 239 Evening. 

1234 Iffley Mill; pen drawing. 

1880. 1299 A village street; pen. 
1325 Beech woods; pen. 

1881. 5 Mid autumn. 

1883. 736 Cottages at Mount Pleasant, 

Clovelly — winter. 
782 Old cottages at Clovelly — 
winter. 

1884. 84 The felling season. 

185 "A single small cottage, a nest 
like a dove's." 

Brockham Green^ Reigate, 

1885. 873 "When blooming spring un- 

bends the brow of surly 
savage winter. 

1886. 357 Grange-in-Borrowdale, Cum- 

berland. 

1887. 693 "The new moon's silver bow 

grows bright as earth and 
sky grow dark." 
993 " When the trees are leafless." 

1888. 180 Late autumn. 

1889. 985 A peep across the meadows. 

1890. 64 A September afternoon. 

983 " Here shall he see no enemy, 
save winter and rough wea- 
ther." 

189 1. 392. A silent pool. 

Abinger Hammer^ Dorking, 

1893. 57^ The reed-cutter's lonely task. 

1894. 438 Old willows. 

1895. 19 "When yellow leaves or none, 

or few do hang." 

1896. 406 An April afternoon. 
897 The end of autumn. 

1897. 636 At eventide. 

1898. 127 The waning of the year. 

1899. 267 Hawthorn blossoms. 
376 By leafy ways. 

1900. 328 The fall of the leaf. 

1 90 1. 345 Moonrise in autumn. 

1902. 236 Lingering autumn. 

349 Reposing in decay serene. 

1903. 246 "Autumn in her weeds o' yel- 

low." 
488 "Now autumn's fire bums 
slowly along the woods." 



WAITE, Harold Painter. 

North Lodgey 

Lee Park, Blackheath. 
1898. 964 The mill garden. 

1900. 137 The bridge. 

1 90 1 . 224 'Neath sunny apple bowers. 

1902. 4S0 Faggot-cutting. 
619 Spring. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WAITE,J Painter. 

13, Old Compton Street y Soho, 

1855. 1379 Adam and Eve. "They hand 

in hand, with wandering 

steps and slow." — Paradise 

Lost. 

(/. Waite in the index^ 
H. C, Waite in the cata- 
logue.) 
11, Millfield Place, 

Stoke Newington. 
1858. 235 Rev. Professor Heaviside, £. I. 
College, Haileybury. 
4, Morrison Terrace, 
Rye Hill, 

Newcastle on T^ne. 
i860. 384 A difficult lesson. 



WAITE, James Clarke Painter. 

Culford Road, 

De Beauvoir Square. 
1863. 73 « The pilot's best light. 

9, Camden Studios. 

1870. 350 Enjoying the sunshine. 
1000 Sunday at home. 

187 1. 274 The torn dress. 

1043 The little scapegrace. 
1099 Grandfather's departure. 

1873. '®^ The passing bell. " Bell, thou 

soundest mournfully, Tellest 
thou the bitter Parting hath 
gone by? " — Longfellow. 

409 The church porch. " A father 
of the fatherless and a judge 
of widows, is God in His 
holy habitation." — Psalm 
Ixviii, 5. 

427 Shelter. 

1874. 8 Rival roses. 
619 A rustic genius. 

986 The eve of the Sabbath. 
1396. The passing train. 

1875. 304 Art and liberty. 
325 A Neapolitan girl. 

1876. 508 The widow's consolation. "Lo, 

children are an heritage of 
the Lord." — Psalm cxxvii, 3. 
794 The escort home. " The glory 
of children are their fathers." 
Proverbs, xvii, 6. 

1877. 514 Entangled. 

1878. 922 Mending the well-rope. 

1397 The good old book. " Blessed 
is every one that feareth the 
Lord." — Psalm cxxviii, i. 

1879. loio Introducing the step-mother. 
1363 Grandfather's stick. 

1881. Ill "Good morning, birdie." 

1882. 515 Granny's pets. 



1882. 78a Castle builders. 

1884. 1044 The cat with many friends. 



WAITE, Robert Thome, P. IV.S. 

Painter. 
T. Waite, 

25, Momington Crescent. 

1870. 522 Left in charge. 
555 Haymaking. 
680 Poor magpie. 

8, Camden Studios. 

1871. 739 Wild flowers. 

1872. 73* Holy Thursday. "On Holy 

Thursday an old custom 
still exists when children 
sprinkle the streams with 
flowers." — Hone. 

784 The duet 

792 Tombs of the Irish kings. 

The Mall, Haverstock Hill. 

1873. 787 Tramps moving camp. 
840 The ferry. 

847 Caught in a shower. 
P. T. Waite, 

The Mall, Haverstock Hill. 

1874. 870 Autumn. 
895 Summer. 

1875. 671 Spring. 
788 Lovers. 

1879. 864 Cornfield, Sussex. 

7, Maitland Park Villas, 

Haverstock Hill. 
1^95* 949 Shoreham fi'om the Downs. 

1896. 428 The winds that blow on the 

South Downs. 

1897. 1 156 On Dover cliff's. 

1899. loii Bramber, Sussex. 

1 165 England's white cliffs. 

1900. 829 The first born. 

1903. 888 The South Downs. 

954 Cornfield in the West of 
England. 

1904. 899 " 'Tis merry ov a zummer's day 

Where vok be out a meaken 
hay." 
911 Cornfield — Valley of the Arun. 
1008 The Downs near Chichester. 

WAITE, W Miniature Painter. 

63, White Lion St., Islington. 

1800. 574 A portrait 

1 80 1. 740 Portrait of a young lady. 
1804. 676 Mr. Waite. 

Abingdon. 
182 1. 615 Col. Wemyss. 

WAKE, Joseph Painter. 

51, King Street, Manchester. 
1870. 670 At Vespers. 



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WAKE, Miss Margaret Painter. 

Connaught House^ 

Acton Lane, Hariesden. 
1896. 806 Dies natalis: Miss Lega 
Weekes. 



WAKLBY, Archibald Painter. 

76a, Wesibaume Grove, 

1902. 1025 The sorceress. 

76r, Monmouth Grove^ 

Westboume Grove, 

1903. 868 A Royal Princess. "But a vain 

shadow, if one considereth; 
Vanity of vanities, as the 
Preacher saith."— C Ros- 
setti. 

1904. 1427 Sir Lancelot at the chapel. 

WAKLBY, Horace M Architect. 

Albion Chambers^ 

Adam Street, IV. C, 

1900. 1877 Ye Angel Hotel, Ilford, Essex. 

II, Adam Street. 

1903. 1627 Design for municipal buildings, 

Barry. 

1904. 1440 House at Sunningdale, Berks. 

WALBOURN, Brnest Painter. 

Holmedale, Chingfordy Essex. 
1897. ^^^ Gathering Field peas, Glou- 
cester. 
548 Poppies among the peas. 

1900. 806 In the orchard. 

1 901. 489 The edge of the Orchard. 
1904. 463 On the allotments. 

WALDBCK, Jean Frederic Count De. 
Su D, vol. ii, page 317. 

WALDBGRAVE, C Painter. 

— Waldegrave, 

2^, James Street , 

Westminster. 

1780. 4ot Landscape. 

1 781. 212 Landscape, with figures and 

cattle. 
251 Landscape and Cattle. 

WALDBN, B. H Painter. 

32, Great Percy Street. 
1855. 425 A morning scene in the island 
of Serk. 
61, George Street, 

Euston Square. 
1858. 968 Study of an old house, Salis- 
bury. 



WALDBN, Lionel Painter. 

Newquay House, 

Flushing, near Falmouth. 
1897. 990 Bathers. 

WALDIB, Miss Jane (afterwards Mrs. 

Watts) Painter. 

1820. 445 View of the lake of Albano, 
near Rome; an ancient 
Roman ruin in the fore- 
ground, and the Alban 
Mount in the distance. 

WALDMANN, Oscar Painter. 

80, Avenue du Maine, Paris, 
1903. 1787 "Beatitude," a lioness; stone. 
1827 Bear from the Caucasus; 
pewter. 

WALDO, Samuel L Painter. 

4, Hunter Street, 

Brunswick Square. 
1808. 685 Mr. M'Dougle. 

WALDROP, Antoine Painter. 

(Member of the Royal Netherlands 
Institute, etc.) 
1849. 4»> A calm — vessels and figures of 
the 17th century. 

WALB, Samuel, P.A Painter. 

(Professor of Perspective to the 
Royal Academy.) 
Little Court, 

Castle Street, 

Leicester Fields. 

1769. 117 St. Austin preaching Christian- 

ity to King Ethelbert and 
Queen Bertha in the Isle of 
Thanet; a sketch. 
118 The Queen Dowager of King 
Edward in the Sanctuary de- 
livering up the Duke of 
York to the Cardinal Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury. 

1770. 196 The Resurrection — a design for 

an altar-piece for a Gothic 
chapel; a washed drawing. 

1 771. 208 King Alfred making a code of 

laws, dividing the Kingdom 
into counties, and encourag- 
ing the Arts and Sciences; 
a stained drawing. 

1772. 268 Catherine Gordon, wife of 

Perkin Warbeck, brought 
before King Henry VII at 
Taunton, Somersetshire; a 
stained drawing. 



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Wale,. Samuel, R.A, — continued. 

1772. 269 Bartimeus cured by Our 
Saviour; a design for an 
altar-piece for a Gothic 
chapel. 

1774- 309 St* Augustine preaching to 
K. Ethelbert and Q. Bertha 
in the Isle of Thanet. 

1775. 3 *^ Several of the bishops, nobility, 

and principal citizens of 
London, swearing all^iance 
to King William at Berkhamp- 
stead Abbey. 

1776. 311 Some of the nobility, bishops, 

and principal citizens of 
London, swearing allegience 
to King William at Berkam- 
sted Abbey. 
312 The Duke of York, taken from 
his mother, the Dowager of 
Edward the Fourth, out of 
the Sanctuary of Westmin- 
ster, to be conveyed to the 
Tower to his brother, by 
order of Richard, Duke of 
Gloucester. 

1777. 358 The conviction of St. Thomas. 
359 A sketch of a picture, with 

ornaments adapted to a 
Gothic Church; a stained 
drawing. 

1778. 320 Christ curing the blind. 

321 Desigp for an altar-piece; a 
stained drawing. 

WALENCOURT Painter. 

8, Charter House Street 
1827. 73 View of the interior of the 
Grand Picture Gallery of the 
Louvre, Paris. 



, Frederick D. ... Painter. 

39, Osnaburgh Street, 
A sun-worshipper. 
Design: Music. 
Motherless. 

9, Carlton J^oad, TufneliFark. 
In disgrace. 

15, Avenue Road^ N, W, 
Pro fide. 
A Convert. 
Sanctuary. 
Time and the hour. 
Great women of the middle 

ages. 
I, Elm Tree Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
A daughter of Eve. 
Lorna. 
Great women of antiquity. 



WALENN 


1894. 
1895. 


586 
1036 

775 


1897. 


630 


1900. 

1901. 
1903. 


887 

1027 

508 

»57 
921 


1904. 


567 

696 

1047 



WALES, James Painter. 

4, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, 

1788. 178 Portrait of a gentleman. {Cap- 

tain Allen.) 

Hampstead. 

1789. I Portrait of a lady. 
2 Boys. 

WALPORD, Miss Louisa ... Painter. 

Bushey, Herts. 
1897. 1 1 34 Lilies. 

The Birches, Bromsgrove, 

Worcestershire. 
1904. 967 Larkspurs. 

WALING, C Painter. 

1 1, Clayton Place, Kenmngton. 

1799. 580 A winter piece. 
591 A summer piece. 

1800. 739 A frost piece. 

WALKER, Miss Agnes E. ... Painter. 

Grosvenor Studio, 

Vauxhall Bridge. 

1 89 1. 308 Mrs. L. Murray Robertson. 

55, Glebe Place. 

1892. 16 A toast. 

1893. 81 M. Hubert Vos, Esq. 
1895. 238 Nancy. 

282 Mademoiselle de Staal. 
312 Mrs. Leslie Robertson. 

14a, Cheyne Row, Chelsecu 

1899. 463 Family group. 

1900. 123 A difficult passage. 

WALKER, Miss Alice Painter. 

9, Caversham Road, 

Kentish Toivn. 
1862. 674 The hunchback. — Arabian 
Nights' Entertainments. 

WALKER, A. B Sculptor. 

42, Paternoster Row. 
1830. 1132 Medallic portrait of F. P. 
Becker, Esq. 

WALKER, Arthur George. 

Sculptor and Painter. 
6, St. Mark's Square, Hackney. 

1884. 1826 Leander and the water nymph. 

5, Grafton Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1885. 1998 Prometheus. 

41, Grafton Street. 

1886. 1839 Cain an outcast; group. 

1887. 317 Priam begging the body of 

Hector from Achilles {pic- 
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1887. 1875 Love; group. 

1888. 477 The Rev. William Wallace, 

M.A. {picture). 
1924 An Act of Mercy; group. 

I, Cedars Studios^ Glebe Place. 
1890. 2023 Colonel W. H. Wilkin; bust. 

1893. *®3^ The incantation (drawing). 
1 67 1 The deluge; group. 

1894. 1 76 1 Lucy; relief, marble. 
1802 An alms dish; silver. 

1895. 1662 Dead Christ and Angels; me- 

dallion, marble and silver. 

1896. 1922 The thorn; statue. 

1897. 668 Presentation in the Temple 

{Jfictur^. 
1995 Death of the firstborn; relief, 

bronze. 
2034 May, daughter of S. Rowlatt, 

Esq.; bust. 

1898. 1868 Maternity; relief, marble. 

1900. 2049 C. J. Watson, Esq.; bust. 
2050 "Ajid they were afraid"; 

group. 

1901. 1696 Sleep; group, marble. 

1902. 1639 The false start; bas-relief. 
1658 Dr. T. J. Head. 

1903. 17 1 1 Paradise Lost; low relief, 

marble. 
1869 The thorn; statuette, bronze. 

1904. 1677 Dante; statuette. 

1718 Lady Mount Temple ; statuette. 

WALKER, Charles J Painter, 

12, Irvine Street^ Liverpool. 
1864. 449 The mile-stone. 

WALKER, Claude Painter, 

184, Regent's Park Road^ 

Primrose Hill. 
1904. 187 Parish church. Rye. 

WALKER, Miss Cordelia ... Painter. 
9, Caversham Road. 
1863. 75 Women of the Himalayas. 

WALKER, Edward Painter, 

131, Belsize Road^ Kilbum. 
1904. 1 38 1 Tanfield Chapel, Burford 
Church, Oxon. 

WALKER, Edwin Bent Painter. 

E. B. Walker, 

15, Florist Street, Stockport. 
1892. 1 1 12 On pleasure bent. 
E. Bent Walker, 

Bushey, Herts. 
1896. 174 Roses. 

1899. 474 Phyllis. 



42a, Chepstow Villas, 

Notting Hill. 
1903. 1364 The dead bird. 

WALKER, Miss Elizabeth... Painter. 

6, Thurlow Terrace, 

Mai t land Road. 
1877. 824 Early blossoms. 
903 Sunflowers. 

WALKER, Miss Ellen Painter. 

2, Cirencester Place. 
1836. 720 James Park, Esq. 

7, Southampton Terrace, 

Kentish Totvn. 

1843. ^^^ ^^^ Rainforth in the Charac- 

ter of Madeline in the Pos- 
tillion. 
879 Study of Hollyoaks. 
1065 Fruit. 

22, Jeffery Street, 

Kentish Tbwn. 

1844. 9^^ Apricots and gooseberries. 
928 Plums and mulberries. 

1033 Portrait of G. Wright in the 
character of Tittleboy Tit- 
mouse in the drama of Ten 
Thousand a Year. 
1345. 933 Portrait of a gentleman. 

17, Great College Street. 
1849. 949 Portraits of Richard Stapher, 
Esq., and family. 

WALKER, Miss Ethel Painter. 

33, TYte Street, Chelsea. 

1898. 391 Miss Elsie Atkins. 
796 Ironing day. 

1899. 587 Under the pear tree. 

WALKER, Francis S., R.H.A. 

Painter and Etcher. 
6, Thurlow Terrace, 

Maitlamd Park. 

187 1. 446 They live in that boat. 
448 Here 's his dog. 

1872. 1260 Sketch of the Priory, Burford, 

Oxfordshire. 
1044 "Views of Nature's unam- 
bitious underwood and 
flowers that blossom in the 
shade." 
774 A lazy fellow. 
539 The swing. 
586 The talking oak. 

'' Tis little more : the day was 

warm y 
At last, tired oat \ 



1874- 



1875. 
1877. 




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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Walker, Francis S., R,H,A.— continued. 
She sank her head upon her 

arm, 
And at my feet she lay." — 
Tennyson, 

1877. 924 He 's not coming. 
929 Hay-making time. 

1878. 333 The little shepherdess. 
345 The convent garden. 

1879. 404 Companions. "And whereso- 

ever we went, like Juno's 
swans, Still went we coupled 
and inseparable.'' — As You 
Like It 
1421 Polperro, an old smuggling 
village. 

1 88 1. 116 "Two's company, three's 

none." 
520 Among sweet flowers. 

1882. 968 The chancel door. 
1066 The dove's friend. 

I, Wychcombe Villas^ 

England Lane, N. W. 

1883. 247 The forgotten sheaf. "When 

thou cuttest down thine 
harvest in thy field, and hast 
forgotten a sheaf in the field, 
thou shalt not go again to 
fetch it, etc." — Deut, xxiv, 
19. 

1884. 698 The young Squire. 

1885. 286 The gipsy's warning. 
1017 The butterfly age. 

1886. 365 The Thames at Pangbourne. 
416 Autumn; the Thiames at 

Clieveden. 
147 1 Beneath the shade. 

1888. 193 The reed and the oak. 
644 The world renounced. 

1889. 211 The private garden, Hampton 

Court. 
1 89 1. 522 Sleepy land. 

732 Twixt lowland and highland. 
1393. 1353 Ariadne forsaken. 

1402 Richmond. 
1894. 254 A noonday rest. 

1403 Westminster Abbey. 

1506 Lord Byron's view, Harrow. 

1896. 1451 Milton's garden. 

58, North Hill, Highgate. 

1897. 1588 The Avon. 

1614 The Clyde from the Roman 

camp at Dalzell. 
161$ Arran from Bute. 
1628 Berkeley Castle. 

1898. 869 The month of May. 
963 Milton. 

1899. 1459 The silver Thames. 

1900. 932 The fete day. 
1574 Ely. 



1902. 421 Found. 

1903. 728 Fair pledges of a fruitful tree. 



WALKER, Frank H Painter. 

12, Nottingham Terrace. 
1883. 204 "Where the toad and newt 
encamp." 
37, Heathfield Park, N. W, 
1886. 707 " Uncrushed as yet by winter's 
snow. The bracken in the 
grey wood stands." 
1307 Sunny woods. 
18S7. 1245 At Offley Hoo, Herts. 

cjo Squire, 293, Oxford Street, 
1890. — (/// the index, but no exhibit in 
the catalogue,) 
11, Heathfield Park, 

Willesdtn Lane, 
1892. 127 "Ah! memories of sweet sum- 
mer eves." 

1895. 911 Early morning. 

1896. 1 1 54 Cold winter light. 

Oakdene, East Bumham 

Common, near Slough, 
1900. 217 Sunny woods. 

WALKER, Frederick, A,R,A, 

Painter. 

7, Charles Street, 

Manchester Square, 
1863. 712 The lost path. 

1867. 627 Bathers. 

23, Fitzroy Road, 

RegenVs Park. 

1868. 477 In the glen, Rathfarnam Park. 

3, St. Petersburgh Place, 

Bayswater. 

1869. 48$ The old gate. 

1870. 440 The Plough. " Man goeth forth 

to his work and to his labour 
until the evening." — Psalms. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1871. 1168 At the Bar. 

1872. 227 The harbour of refuge. 
1875. 25 The right of way. 

WALKER, G Painten 

Edinburgh. 
1800. 353 Loch Tay. 

689 Loch Tay, Scotland. 
763 Dunbarton by moonlight. 

WALKER, G Painter, 

4, Lower Brunswick Terrace. 

1835. 249 Portrait of a young lady. 

1836. 640 do. gentleman. 
863 Mrs. James Park. 



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WALKER, 

(An 
1792. 304 

.757 

1793- 367 
1795- 557 

1797. 961 

1030 

1798. 794 

889 

1803. 596 

1804. 391 

1805. 3°^ 
5«4 

1806. 859 



1807. 782 

1808. 340 

1811. 394 
1815. 517 

518 
756 



George Painter. 

Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Portrait of a lady. {Miss Wiii- 
son.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Wilson.) 

Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. do. 

St. John's head in a charger. 

Portrait of a lady and child. 

Christ contemplating his cross. 

Mr. J. Gibson. 

A View near Marther, Glamor- 
ganshire. 

Pencil sketch in Knowle Park. 

A sketch near Sarre, in the Isle 
ofThanet. 

View of Caerphilly Castle. 

A View on the Grand Junction 
Canal. 

A View of St. Laurence taken 
from Chilton Lane, in the 
Isle of Thanet 

Sunset 

A View on the river Taafe, 
Glamorganshire. 

A scene on the river Medway. 

A scene near Amersham, 
Bucks. 

View on the river Taafe, Gla- 
morganshire. 

View near Canterbury; pen 
and ink drawing. 



WALKER, G, D. K Painter. 

4, Lower Brunswick Terrace. 
1838. 380 Wood Pigeons. 
382 Dead birds. 
{G.D.K. Walker in the index, D. C. K. 
Walker in the catalogue.) 



WALKER, G. Gilbert Sculptor. 

19. St. John's Wood Terrace. 
1784 A portrait medallion. 
1 67 1 Florence, daughter of C. A. 

Walker, Esq. ; low relief. 
1703 Design for a medal in com- 
memoration of the death of 

Queen Victoria. 
1821 Margherita, daughter of Morris 

Harding, Esq.; medallion, 

bronze. 
1705 The late Joseph Parker, D.D.; 

panel, bronze. 



1901. 
1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



WALKER, Henry Architect. 

1 1, East Purade, Leeds. 
1876. 1035 Design for church at Heck- 
mondwike. 



1878. 1050 Design for church, Potternew- 

ton, Leeds. 

1879. 1 127 do. do. do. 
1 146 Armley church, Leeds. 



WALKER, Horatio Painter. 

13, Eversholt Street, N. W. 
582 Oxen drinking; a Canadian 
pastoral. 
4, The Mall, Park Hill Road. 
I20 Moonrise; a Canadian pas- 
toral. 
141 Ploughing; the first gleam. 



1901. 



1902. 



VIII. 



WALKER, J Painter. 

16, Rosaman's Street, 
1796. 8 12 Middlesex Sessions - house, 

Clerkenwell Green. 
1798. 358 Saltwood Castle. 

725 View of Rye. 
1800. 387 Boscobel House, Staffordshire. 

WALKER, J Painter. 

56, Princes St., Leicester Square. 

1825. 562 View of Rochester Castle; 

morning. 

I, Spur Street. 

1826. 48* Warwick Castle. 

1827. 454 Landscape. 
491 Corfe Castle. 

8, Gough Square, Fleet Street, 
1829. 540 Caernarvon Castle. 
569 Landscape. 

WALKER, J Architect. 

105, Stamford Street. 
1834. 897 Design for an academy. 

WALKER, James William ... Painter. 
School of Art, Bolton. 
1862. 640 Fruit, etc. 

14, York Road, Southport. 

1877. 801 A bit of North Lancashire. 

"Far from the haunts of 
busy men." 
837 Limekiln near Cromer, Nor- 
folk. 

1878. 7S1 A woodland road. 

1879. 75^ A quiet spot in the north 

country. 
870 The hidden brook. "That to 
the sleeping woods all night 
Singeth a quiet tune." — 
Coleridge. 

1880. 843 The road to a moorland farm. 

14, York Road, Birkdale, 

Southport, 

1881. 862 Not far from the sea. 

1883. 9»6 La Grande Rue, Mont St. 
Michel, Normandy. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Walker, James William — continued. 

ML St Michel, Normandy. 

1883. looi In Gower Land, South Wales. 
1006 Near Southport. 

1884. 988 Ready to cart. 

1885. 1404 In Bracelet Bay, Swansea. 

1886. 1237 "Mine ancient enemy, the sea, 

hath but retired for a while." 
1888. ^%^ Noontide. 
1893. 1043 Old lobster pots; Saint's Bay, 

Guemsey. 

WALKER, Mrs. James William 

(Pauline) Painter. 

14, York Road^ 

BirkdaU, Southport 
1879. *'5 "From moss, moor and pleas- 
aunce." 

WALKER, John D Painter. 

13, Park Cliff Mount, 

Undercliffe, Bradford. 
1903. 1033 A Kitchen garden. 

WALKER, John Eaton Painter. 

8, Bloomsbury Square. 
1858. 305 Venice; a reverie. 

Suffolk Villa, HighgaU. 
1863. 600 Abraham Cooper, Esq., R.A. 

VcUe House, Hampstead. 

1866. 265 "The earth hath bubbles, as 

the water has, and this is 

one of them." — Shakespeare. 

WALKER, J. H Painter. 

I, Jeffreys Terrace, 

Kentish Town. 
1846. 1283 Composition. 

WALKER, John Hanson Painter. 

14, Montpelier Square. 

1872. 458 Idol worship. 
970 La Tarantella. 

68, EarVs Court Road. 

1873. V- Luck. 

621 The catechist. 

1874. 40 Mary. 

478 A portrait. 
729 Essie. 

4, Penywem Road. 

1875. 394 Five o'clock p.m. 

1876. 438 The late Lord Lyttelton. 
490 The late Mrs. Penfold. 

V313 Sir Harry Main waring, Bart. 
Presentation portrait. 

1877. 341 Frederick Leighton, Esq., R.A. 
95» The Rev. Sir George Come- 

wall, Bart. 



1877. 991 Elsie, daughter of the painter. 

1878. 95 Colonel Davies. 

143 Mrs. T. W. Gribble. 
148 Miss Laura Fletcher. 
491 Frederic. 
530 Portrait of a lady. 
1373 The Hon. Home Browne, 

Governor of the Chartered 

Gas Company. 

1879. 130 Richard Matthews, Esq. Pre- 

sentation portrait 
142 Viscountess Sidmouth. 
299 Mrs. John Hill. 
617 Major-Gen. George Willis, C.B. 

1880. 84 Lady Sophia Cadogan. 
174 Mrs. MoncriefT. 

394 Maude and Gwendoline, 
daughters of John Hill, Esq. 
$86 Viscount Sidmouth. 
1036 The Hon. Lewin Cadogan. 

1881. 332 Andrew C. Ramsay, Esq., 

LL.D., F.R.S., Director- 
General of the Geological 
Survey, etc. 
$47 Mrs. George Gibbs and her 

sons Stanley and Antony. 
S79 Edith, daughter of Mrs. S. 
Williams of Shirley, Tun- 
bridge Wells. 
1398 Mrs. Henry Lubbock. 
16, Vicarage Gate, 

Campden Hilt 

1882. 89 Mrs. Walter Salmond. 
177 W. Compton Smith, Esq. 
246 R. G. Palmer, Esq. 

334 Mary, daughter of Lord Ave- 

land. 
788 Dulciena, Ethel, and Jeanette, 

daughters of C. L. Wood, 

Esq. 

1883. 277 The sunbeam. 

390 The Hon. Sir Ashley Eden, 
K.C.S.I ., etc., Lieut.-Govem- 
or of Bengal. Painted for 
the Chamber of Commerce, 
Calcutta. 

679 General Sir George H. Willis, 
K.C.B., at Kassassin, Sept- 
ember 9th, 1882. 

1884. 631 Mrs. Duncan McLaren. 

1886. 280 Mrs. Edouard Majolier. 

477 Arthur, son of the Rev. Canon 

Luckock. 
612 Pets. 
953 Evelyn, daughter of W. W. 

Ouless, Esq., R.A. 
1014 A willing captive. 

1887. 169 Mrs. Wood, of Freeland. 
95* May. 

1888. 501 A rehearsal; portrait group. 



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107 



1889. 
1890. 


747 
344 




649 
1138 


I89I. 


III 




iiS 




699 


1892. 


1041 
178 
976 


1893. 
1894. 


3» 
298 


1895. 


533 
778 




79 > 



851 



1896. 496 

1897. 304 

1027 

1898. 556 

908 

1899. 124 



150 

»57 
1902. 753 



88, Kensington Park Road^ 

Bayswater, 
Mrs. Ernest Myers. 
Frances and Mary, daughters 

of William H. Langton, 

Esq. 
Mrs. Charles Holland. 
Sis, daughter of J. Hanson 

Walker, Esq. 
May, daughter of J. H. Walker, 

Esq. 
Mrs. William Younger. 
Mrs. Langton. 
Maud. 

Mrs. Whidbome. 
Mrs. Frank St. Clair Grim- 
wood. 
Mrs. Sydney Pitt. 
Mrs. J. Hanson Walker. 
May. 
Elsie. 
Lady Mary Foley. Presentation 

portrait. 
Portrait of a lady. 
12, Montagu Street^ 

Portman Square. 
Mrs. John Trotter. 
The late Lord de Tabley. 
Mrs. F. A. Bevan. 
Maud. 

Princess Elizabeth. 
Sisters: Mrs. Sydney Pitt, Mrs. 

Frank Romer, and Mrs. 

Robert Mills. 
Miss Colley, daughter of Philip 

Wellesley Colley, Esq. 
Bessie, daughter of Philip 

Wellesley Colley, Esq. 
20, Victoria Road^ Kensington. 
Dr. C. D. F. Phillips. 



WALKER, J . Hanson, Junr. 

Sculptor. 
17, North Audley Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1900. 2009 Watching and waiting; bronze. 



WALKER, John Rawson ... Painter. 

Nottingham, and 

8, Bouverie Street. 

181 7. 243 The feast of Eleusis at Athens. 

460 From Lord Byron's "Childe 

Harold's Pilgrimage," Canto 

n. "Monastic Zitza, from 

thy shady bowers." 

482 From Lord Byron's "Childe 

Harold's Pilgrimage," Canto 

HL 



440, Strand. 
18 1 9. 167 Landscape, Composition. 
168 do. do. 

8, Norfolk Street. 
1 82 1. 422 Landscape, Composition. 
Leamington, and 

51, Long Acre. 

1838. 254 View near Burton, Notts. 

304 Homer reciting his Iliad; a 
Grecian City— sunset. 
46, Great Marlborough Street. 

1839. 423 The garden of Eden. 

R.J. Walker. 

1841. 327 Scene from nature on a mid- 

summer day. 
/. R. Walker, 

16, Norton Street. 

1842. 329 A Mill scene, Warwickshire. 

1843. 1305 Virgil. "On Tiber's sunny 

bank The poet lay." 

1844. 614 Evening — scene near Linby, 

Notts. 
1246 Marble head of Innocence. 

{This is by J. Walker in 
the catalogue.") 

1845. 493 Sunrise — scene near Teign- 

mouth, Devonshire. 



WALKER, Mrs. K. Winifred. 

Miniature Painter. 
Hillsborough, Gravelly Hill ^ 

Erdington. 
1904. 1 171 Miss E. K. Lewis. 



WALKER, Leonard. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
8, Carlingford Road, 

Hampstead. 
1898. 1744 Design for stained glass. 

219, Maida VcUe. 
1 90 1. 996 One afternoon. 

1587 Design for stained glass. 



WALKER, Miss Marcella ... Painter. 
6, Thurlow Terrace. 

1876. 688 My window. 

1877. 744 "I stand by the river where 

both of us stood, etc." — 
E. B. Browning. 

1878. 79* Neighbours. 

822 "The wanton troopers riding 
by, 
Have shot my fawn, and it will 
die." 

1879. 686 The sailor's sweetheart. 
789 The lily pond. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1881. 



788 
865 
614 



Walker, Miss Marcella — continued. 
1880. 697 "The village maids with fear- 
ful glance 
Avoid the ancient moss-grown 

wall, 
Nor ever lead the merry dance 
Among the groves of Cumnor 

Hall." 
Lilies. 

At her wheel. 

" IVe often wished to have a 
friend With whom my 
choicest hours to spend." 
1882. 893 "Hush-a-bye, baby, on the 
tree top." 
1067 Sunday morning. 

I, Wychcombe Studios^ 

England Lane, 
1270 The invalid. 

1230 Amy Robsart. "The village 
maidens of the plain Salute 
me lowly as they go, etc." 
1173 The little sister. 
1336 The wishing well. 
1345 Flowers of the field. 
Golden pets. 
"So tired!" 

58, North HiU, Highgate. 
"Goodnight!" 
1095 The orphan's mother. 
1090 "I came to waken thee, but 
sleep Hath breathed about 
thee such a calm, etc." 
1146 Future's forecast. 



1886. 
1887. 



1888. 
1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1893. 

1897. 
1898. 
1899. 



83 
1160 

1648 



1901. 



WALKER, Miss Marion. 

Miniature Painter. 
64, Margaret Street. 

1854. 946 Miss Ferrar. 
996 Mrs. Oxley. 

1855. "'7 Mrs. Edwards Lyall. 

1856. 1043 Miss Anna Rivett Camac. 

1857. 1176 Miss Holland. 

1864. 750 J. Knobel Peachey, Esq. 

66, Margaret Street. 
73S Spring time. 



1877. 



WALKER, Miss Maude Painter. 

4, Brunswick Street^ IV. C. 
1889. 641 A fencing master. 

Stainciiffey Hartlepool. 
1892. 1031 A novel. 



WALKER, Philip F Painter. 

36, Princes Gardens. 
1890. 797 On the Solent. 



1802. 
1803. 
1804. 
1805. 


1019 
949 
«59 
^7S 


1807. 


983 


1808. 


940 


1809. 


740 


I8I3. 


814 
843 



WALKER, R Architect. 

At Mr. Leverton^Sy Architect^ 
Great Queen Street. 
1793* M Design for a chapel. 

{By R. Walker in the in- 
dex but by W. Leverton in 
the catalogue.) 
1795. 667 Design for a villa. 

20, Bentinck Street. 
Design for a gateway to a castle, 
do. mausoleum, 
do. bath. 

do. town-hall and mar- 
ket place. 
Sketch for a design for a Gothic 

Mansion. 
West elevation of a design for 

a church. 
Design for a chapel to Thur- 
land Castle, the seat of R. 
North, Esq. 
Cherburgh-hall. 
The seat of the Earl of Har- 
rington. 

WALKER, Robert Painter. 

50, Welcombe Street^ 

Manchester. 

1 86 1. 274 Scene from Thomson's Seasons 

— Summer. "Close in the 

covert of a hazel copse, etc." 

WALKER, Robert Architect. 

Public Buildings^ Windermere. 
1902. 1453 A doctor's house, Windermere. 

WALKER, Samuel Painter. 

50, Stonegate^ York. 

1850. 224 M.Poett, Esq., Royal Dragoons. 

14, Buckingham Street ^ Strand. 

1851. 578 George Hicks Seymour, Esq., 

Lord Mayor of York in 1850, 
in the robes in which he pre- 
sided at the Royal Exhibition 
Banquet at York. 

WALKER, Thomas Painter. 

72, Little Castle Street. 
I go I. 374 Portrait of himself. 

19, Warren Street. 
1802. 92 Portrait of himself. 
35S do. a girl. 
501 do. a lady. 
32, Grafton Street^ 

Fitzroy Square. 

1804. 140 Mr. Walker. 
154 Mr. Wilkes. 

1805. 136 Rev. T. Nelson. 
276 E. S. Godfrey, Esq. 



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1806. 223 A portrait 

456 Highgate, a landscape. 

1807. 319 Miss Croft. 
332 A landscape. 

698 Landscape, Purfleet-up- 
Thames. 

WALKER, Mrs. Theresa Snell. 

Sculptor. 

1841. 1 136 Model of Mocatta, commonly 

called Pretty Mary, a native 

of South Australia. 

1 140 Model of Kertamaroo, a native 

of South Australia. 

WALKER, Thomas Larkins. 

Architect. 
T.L. Walker, 

106, Great Russell SlreeL 

1837. iioi Royal Berks Hospital in the 

Tudor style. 

T, Walker, 2, Keppel Street, 

1838. 1224 Church in Early English style. 

T. L. Walker, 2, Keppel Street, 

1839. IIOI Camp Hill House, Warwick- 

shire, for John Craddock, 



1 102 do. do. do. 

116S Church in Spicer Street, Mile 
End New Town. 

1840. 101 1 Hospital at Bedworth, War- 

wickshire. 
1014 Quadrangle of Hospital at 
Bedworth, Warwickshire. 

1841. 957 Church at Attleborough, near 

Nuneaton, Warwickshire. 

958 do. do. do. 

971 Church at Friars' Mount, 
Bethnal Green. 

1014 Dining room, Hospital at Bed- 
worth. 

1088 do. do. do. . 

WALKER, W Painter. 

100, Oxford Street, 
1782. 87 Birds. 

99, Oxford Street, 
1784. 173 Fish. 

13, Great Russell Street, 

Cavent Garden, 
1789. 69 Birds. 

23i Princes Street, Soho. 
i79i« "53 The little cherub; a portrait. 
2, Cha/^el Street, 

Tottenham Court Road, 

1797. 44 A study. 

1798. 238 A portrait 

13, Cleaveland Street, 

Fitzroy Square, 

1799. 61 A study. 



1799. 


246 Mr. Bennett. 


I80I. 


324 Portrait of a gentleman. 


1802. 


40 Mr. T. D'Almaine. 




617 Mr. Hayes. 




2, Chapel Street, 




Tottenham Court Road, 




848 Master Stanton. 


1803. 


188 Cupid's repose. 


1804. 


44 Mr. Patterson. 




322 A volunteer field officer. 


1805. 


94 Portrait of a lady. 


1807. 


184 Mr. Mott. 




186 Portrait of a young gentleman 




294 J. Tilstone, Esq. 


1808. 


678 Girl with a nest. 




681 Mrs. Astley. 



WALKER, Miss Wilhelmina Augusta. 

Painter. 

W, A. Walker, 

1 7, Nassau Street, 
1876. 520 Interior: in the Roman Cam- 
pagna. 

WALKER, Miss Wilhelmina. 

Miniature Painter. 

4, Torrington Park, 

North Finchley. 
1900. 136a Mr. W. 

WALKER, William Painter. 

London Fields, Hackney, 
1805. 326 An easterly view of Corfu (an- 
cient Corcyra), the principal 
of the Seven Islands, taken 
in the year 1803. 

436 A Turkish mosque at Vostizza, 
on the scite of iEgium in 
Peloponnesus, taken in the 
year 1803. 

450 View of the Turkish Governor's 
house at Corinth, taken in 
the year 1803. 

462 The Acropolis of Athens from 
the South-west, drawn from 
the hill of the Museum in 
the year 1803. 

466 Ruins at Argos, with a general 
view of the town and sur- 
rounding country, taken in 
the year 1803. 

476 The town of Castri, on the 
ancient site of Delphi, situ- 
ated on Mount Parnassus, 
Greece, taken in the year 
1803. 
i8o6. 445 A View of Athens, taken from 
the Temple of Jupiter in 
1803. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Walker, William — continued, 

1806. 452 A west view of Arcadia, taken 

in 1803. 

1807. 378 Turkish women. 

573 An Albanian soldier and Greek 
peasant woman. 

581 View of the town of Livadia, 
on the scite of the ancient 
Lebadea, Greece. 

590 View of Vauclose, with the re- 
mains of the ancient habita- 
tion of Petrarch and Laura. 

664 A general view of Corinth and 
the Acro-corinthus. 

740 A View of Vaucluse, with the 
remains of the ancient habita- 
tion of Petrarch and Laura. 
5, Norfolk Placcy 

Shacklewell, West Hackney, 

1828. 724 Harvest scene. 

1829. 514 The scite of Sparta from the 

mountains of Mysistra. 

1830. 1 1 18 A View of part of the town of 

Argos, in the Morea, with a 
Turkish mosque in the fore- 
ground. 

1833. 605 A Greek priest bestowing a 

blessing — scene, Argos. 
938 Women of the island of Cepha- 
lonia, with a view of the 
port of Argostoli. 

1834. 864 Young poachers overtaken in a 

storm. 



WALKER, William Painter. 

71, Mansfield Road, 

1878. 89 A magnolia. 

32, Mansfield Roady 

Hatnpstead, 

1879. 1229 II Penseroso. 



WALKER, Mrs. William (formerly 
Miss Elizabeth Reynolds). 

Miniature Painter. 
64, Margaret Street, 

1846. 891 Portrait of the third daughter 

of William Peters, Esq. 

892 Portrait of the second daughter 

of William Peters, Esq. 

1847. ^43 Portrait of a gentleman. 
916 do. child. 

1848. 761 Portraits of two children. 

1849. 666 Portrait of the Hon. Henry 

George Percy, son of Lord 
Lovaine. 

1850. 931 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
{See Miss Euzabeth Reynolds, vol. vi, 

pages 269, 270.) 



WALKER, William Eyre, R. W,S, 

Painter. 

8, St, Martin's Lane. 

1885. 1245 Sand-boats on the Arran shore. 

1406 Nightfall among the Yorkshire 

hills. 

20, Fitzroy Street, 
1893. 1024 Summer snow. 

BroomlandSy Byfleet^ Surrey, 

1898. 1 109 Over a north-country common, 

Bampton Dale. 

WALKER, William Henry Romaine-. 

Architect. 
57, St, Georges Square, 
1877. 1 218 A peep through the gates of 
Henry VIPs chapel, West- 
minster Abbey; water-colour 
drawing. 

19, Buckingham St., Adelphi, 
1 88 1. 1037 Church at South Lancing, 
Sussex. 
(See also Romaine-Walker and Tanner, 
vol. vi, page 355.) 

WALKER, William T. Mynors. 

Architect. 
S, West Street, E,C. 

1893. 1585 Office premises at Uttoxeter. 

1894. 1611 House at Esher, Surrey. 

1895. 147 1 Premises, High Street, Utt- 

oxeter. 
1590 House at Woodside Park, N. 

1899. 1649 do. Southgate. 

1 826 Kenmore, the Bishop's Avenue, 
Finchley. 

40, Finsbury Square. 

1902. 1380 House at Wimbledon. 

1903. 1553 21, Albert Embankment. 

WALKER, Y. N Painter. 

5, Norfolk Place, Hackney, 
1832. 618 Napoli di Romania, with native 
fishermen. 
659 An Albanian soldier going on 
duty. 

WALL, Miss Emily W Painter. 

Shane Gardens House, 
1 89 1. 1402 " Twopence a bunch ! " 

WALL, J Sculptor. 

Strand, Gloucestershire, 
1868. 993 (No title in the catalogue,) 

1020 Choir of Angels. "We praise 

thee, O God." 
1028 Sabrina. "Made goddess of 
the river; still she retains. 
Her maiden gentleness, etc" 
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WALL, John, M.D. Painter, 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Worcester, 
i773» 333 An all^orical picture, repre- 
senting the goddess of 
Health, descending from 
heaven crowning Industry, 
Temperance, and Exercise, 
whose residence is in the 
country; Ebriety, Gluttony, 
Venery, and Sloth, who are 
encompassed in large cities, 
are pursued by Pain, Sick- 
ness, and Death. 
334 Abishai brought to David. 
1774* 35° Incessu patuit Dea. Vir. 
B. I. 

WALL, Mrs. S Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1823. 600 Flowers from Nature. 

WALL, William Archibald... Painter. 
10, Liverpool Street^ 

Kin^s Cross, 

1857. 644 View near Chester. 

8, Windmill Street, 

Tottenham Court Road, 

1858. 267 A shady stream. 

28, Inkerman Road, 

Kentish Town, 
1865. 48* The bridle path. 

St, John's, Woking, 
1870. 380 On Bexley Common, Kent. 

Crecy Villa, Norbiton, 
1872. 118 Landscape; spring. 

WALL, W. G Painter. 

1853. 1268 Mountain stream, Connemara. 

WALLACE, Harry Painter. 

Castle Donington^ Derby, 
1886. 500 Evening; Diseworth, Leicester- 
shire. 
71, Tachbrook Road, 

Leamington, 
1888. $3$ A siesta. 

890 The old shepherd. 
1 89 1. 1572 Clifton Grove. 

1606 Stainbro', South Yorkshire. 

WALLACE, J Painter. 

30, Great College Street, 
1844. *5^ View near Guildford, Surrey. 
572 View near Sutton Park, Surrey. 

WALLACE, James Painter. 

39, Bramerton Street, Chelsea, 
1899. 867 A Village on the Berwickshire 
coast. 



1900. 925 Berwick-on-Tweed. 

40, Juer Street, Battersea Park, 

1 90 1. 81 Evening on the Tweed. 

14a, CheyneRow, 

1903. 658 The market-place, Capri. 

1904. 520 In the park. 

WALLACE, John Painter. 

28, Kingsky Place, 

Newcastle-on- Tyne, 
1892. 805 Butter Washing. 

9, Grainger Street, 

JVetvcastle-on-Tyne. 
1896. 701 A Northumberland dairy. 

28, Kingsley Place, Newcastle, 
1904. 659 Derwent Vale. 

WALLACE, R Architect. 

75, Hatton Garden. 
1809. ^^ Design for a mausoleum. 

29, Leigh Street, 

Burton Crescent, 
1 813. 875 Design for a sepulchral church. 
3, Sidmouth Street, Grafs Inn, 
1819. 1031 Cloncaird Castle, the seat of 
R. Cunynghame, Esq. 
1150 Mansion at Achans, Ayreshire, 
for C. Monteaulieu Burgess, 
Esq. 
1824. 899 Interior of a dining hall. 

8, Regent Street, 

1827. 975 Residence at Ore Place, near 

Hastings, for Sir Howard 
Elphinstone, Bart. 

1024 Chapel for the Parish of Croy- 
don, etc. 

1048 Public edifice in Scotland. 

1828. 97 1 Cenotaph with Sculpture com- 

memorative of the Rt Hon. 
Geoige Canning. 

1829. 1088 A church. 

1830. 1 148 Waterloo Gate, being an en- 

trance into St. James's Park 
from the South termination 
of Waterloo Place, after the 
manner of the Propylea at 
Athens. 
1832. 1020 St Saviour's Church, etc. 
1024 Chancel of Croydon church. 
1061 Ancient altar screen of St. 
Saviour's Church. 

41, Parliament Street, 
1838. 1 1 30 Architectural composition, 
Derby Athenaeum, etc. 

WALLACE, W Sculptor. 

65, Frederick St,, Edinburgh, 
1873. 1436 Mrs. Lyon, Appleton Hall; 
marble, bust 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WALLACE, William Architect. 

27a, Old Bond Street 

1880. 1 115 Dining-room, Crathes Castle, 

Aberdeenshire. 
1892. 1635 Chapel, Ridley Hall, Cam- 
bridge. 

1894. 1 72 1 Eastwell Park. 

1895. 1577 Philiphaugh, Selkirk. 

1899. 1639 Chapel, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. 

WALLACE (William) and FLOCK- 

HART Architects. 

27a, Old Bond Street, 

1881. 1039 "The Lothians," Fitzjohn's 

Avenue. 
1884. 1265 New Presbyterian church, 
Richmond. 
1 3 1 8 House and Studio, Hampstead. 

WALLACE and GIBSON. 

Architects. 
2^a, Old Bond Street. 
1903. 1693 Entrance of Wallace Town 
Hall. 
(Sculpture by H. C. Fehr.) 

WALLANDER, T. W Painter. 

6, Lancaster Gate, 
1869. 831 Auction of effects in a baronial 
hall in Sweden. 

WALLEN, Frederick Architect. 

16, FumivaTs Inn, 

1867. 887 Saint Lawrence, Norwich. 

1868. 875 House, Coombe Lammas, 

Esher. 

1869. 1019 Church of St John the Evan- 

gelist, Bromiswood Park, 
South Hornsey. 

WALLEN, J Architect. 

18, Lawrence Pountney Lane, 

1801. 920 Design for a mansion. 

1802. 1009 Design for a temple. 

J, Waller^ 20^ Jermyn Street, 
181 7. 879 Design for a County Hall. 
{See also Ferry and Wallen, vol. iii, 
page 102.) 

WALLEN, William Painter. 

II, Spita I Square, 
1828. 547 A study. 

634 do. 
1830. looi An architectural study. 

1013 Church of St. Dunstan's in the 
East 
1833. 801 Sketch of St. Augustine's Ceme- 
tery gate, Canterbury; taken 
on the spot. 



1833. 808 Sketch of Dover Castle; taken 
on the spot. 

809 Sketch of Hy the Church, Kent ; 
taken on the spot. 

813 Sketch of the West Gate, Can- 
terbury; taken on the spot 

WALLER, A. Honywood ... Painter. 
3, Latimer Rocul^ Godalming, 

1885. 1294 Where the streamlet curves. 

1886. 1 121 Under the changing sky. 
1888. 1400 On the Arun, Sussex. 

WALLER, C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1788. 5JI View near Woolwich. 
579 do. do. 

WALLER, Miss Eliza. 

Miniature Painter. 
I, Winton Place^ 

Blackheaih Road, 
[828. 669 Study of fruit and flowers. 

Royal Placey Greenwich, 

1835. 756 Portrait of a young lady. 

1836. 617 Portraits of a young lady and a 

favourite spaniel. 

1837. 882 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1838. 925 do. child. 

WALLER, F. S Architect. 

18, College Green^ Gloucester, 
1873. 1 121 The ancient towers and spires 
of Gloucester Cathedral. 

WALLER (F. S.) and SON. 

Architects. 

18, College Green^ Gloucester, 

1877. 1 191 Mansion at Blaisdon near 

Gloucester. 
1892. 1748 House at Eastbourne. 

WALLER, Frederick W.... Architect. 

Gloucester, 
1894. 1543 New College Street, Gloucester. 

WALLER, John Green Painter. 

2 1 , Prospect Road^ Bermondsey, 
1835. 331 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1839. 273 do. lady. 

1840. 23 The toilette. 

20, Charles Street^ 

Middlesex Hospital, 
1842. 66 Portrait of a lady. 
1848. 374 Hide and seek; a study from 
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WALLER, Richard Painter. 

50, Baker SireeL 
1857. 19 Portrait of a child. 

{R. Waiter in the cata- 
logue,) 
Fitzray Mansion^ 

Chariotit Stnet. 
1868. 4*9 The student. 



WALLER, 



1871. 117 



1872. 6o2 

1873. 917 



1874- 195 
360 



1875. 918 

1876. 90 



1877. 453 

1878. 927 

1879. S»5 
962 



1881. ti 

1882. 551 



Samuel Edmund. 

Painter* 

The Moor ^ 

Bamwood^ Gim^tsttr, 

A winter's tale. 

The illustrious stranger. 

7, Crown Terrace^ 

Lavender Hiii, 

" Chacun k son godt." 

I, Osnahurgh Street 

Sunday in Iceland— ^ifF to 
church. 

16, Shejgfield Terrace, 

Campdeti HilL 

Soldiers of fortune. 

The valley of Thorsmarltj Ice 
land. 

4, Comwail Reddtnccs. 

Jealous. 

The way of the world. 

26, Circus Road, 

St. John's W^od. 

Home? "There was no sign 
of home From parapet to 
basement." — Hood, 

The King's banner. " Oh ! fad- 
ing honours of the dead, 
Oh! high ambition lowly 
laid." 

The empty saddle. "But, oh, the 
the bitter tears we wept, etc.*' 
—Fraed, 

Portraits : golden-lion monkeys. 
River Amazon, South Ame- 
rica. 

58, Circus Mood, 

"Success!" 

Sweethearts and wives. "On 
the first rumour of impend- 
ing difficulties between the 
Scotch and English, the 
moss-troopers would sweep 
swiftly over the country, 
taking every head of cattle 
within reach — frequently 
plundering both sides with 
equal impartiality, and re- 
turning to the security of 
their castles to be welcomed 
home by their wives and 
sweethearts, who were nearly 



OS enthusiastic in the matter 
as themselves." 

18S3, SH The day of reckoning. 

1884, 597 The orphans. 

1885* Ss| Outward bound. *' You are 
hereby required and directed 
to repair immediately on 
bcMird his Majesty's ship 
*Euryalus' and take upon 
you the charge and do the 
duty of midshipman. Given 
on board the * Victory' at 
Spiihead, 1 5th day of Sept- 
ember 1805. (Signed) Nei^ 
SON AND Bronte." 

1886. 631 The Lady of the Lake. 
9&6 '* Peril." 

18S7, «S4 The challenge, 

r a, Girdier^s Road, 

West Kensington^ 

1888. iits The morning of Agincourt. "0 
God of battles ! steel my sol- 
diers' hearts*"— ^i»i7 V.^ 
Act 4f scene i, 

1 889* 6f3 In his father's footsteps. 

1 8 90. 7'9 Dawn, 

1891. 42a One-and-twenty, 

1892. 190 The ruined sanctuary, 

1893. 88* The wedding gift 

1895. 875 Ordered to the front, 18 15. 

1896, m '* Alone M' 
1898, 506 Safe. 

3, Wychcombe Studios, N, W. 
1S99, |66 The huntsman's courtship. 

1900. 950 The silent prayerp 

1901, 790 My hero. 

WALLER, Mrs, S. E< (formerly Miss 

Mary L» Fowler^ , Painter, 

36, Circus Road^ 

St, John's Wood. 
471 The pets. 
9»S Forbidden fruit, 

581 Cinus Road, 
469 Totty. 
5 JO Willie Fowler. 
45* Sir William Armstrong, 
51 1 Violet Noble. 
310 Mildred, daughter of Colonel 

Tryon. 
700 Wintfred, daughter of J. For- 

ster Cooper, Esq. 
1154 Little S now- wh i te, 
(05 The secret of the sea. 
696 RitRj daughter of Wilberforce 

Bryant, Esq. 
;4$ Dorot^iy, daughter of the late 
~ Leeming, Esq. 

Ler of Frede- 



1877^ 
1878. 

1881. 
1883, 
1883. 

1884. 



1885. 
1886, 



1887. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Waller, Mrs. S. B.— continued, 

1888. 1 103 Leila, daughter of Wilberforce 

Bryant, Esq. 

1889. 183 Perdita, a portrait. 

1890. 620 Gladys, daughter of Major 

Lutley Jordan. 

1 89 1. 440 The cardndealer. "What be 

her cards, you ask? Even 
these : etc." — Rossetti, 
53$ Helen Bryant and her pony, 
" Buttercup." 

1893. 80 Mrs. Wolf. 

418 Countess Fitzwilliam. 

1894. 67 "Finefeathersmake fine birds." 
1896. 686 "Listen!" 

1898. 913 Vivian, son of S. George Hol- 

land, Esq. 

1899. 142 The Hon. Douglas Cochrane. 
378 Ivar Campbell. 

1900. 408 Don Marescotti Ruspoli. 

48^ Mrs. Micklethwait and her 
daughter Dyonis. 

1 90 1. 134 Bobbie Abercromby. 

913 Gwen, daughter of J. Douglas 
Charrington, Esq. 

1902. 669 Don Edmondo Ruspoli. 

720 Will, son of W. A. Watson 
Armstrong. 

1903. 786 Hildegarde, daughter of Ernest 

Meysey Thompson, Esq. 

1904. 42 The Hon. Kitty Farrer. 

878 The Hon. Victoria Bruce, 
daughter of Lord Balfour of 
Burleigh. 

WALLER, W Painter. 

1 83 1. 1 108 View of Magdalen church, Ox- 

ford, taken from river. 

II, Spital Square, 

1832. 1009 Four views forming part of a 

series taken during the de- 
molition of old London 
Bridge. 

WALLEY, E Painter. 

Rue de Vieu^ Bruges, 
1851. 50 1 " Armand Vandevelde,a brigand 
chief, and his wife, accused 
of murder and depredations 
in the vicinity of Bruges, are 
condemned by the magis- 
trates du Franc to be burnt 
alive, Anno 1593."— Zr/>/<«'« 
du Franc de Bruges, 

WALLEY, Frank Architect. 

14, Queen*s Road, Chester, 
1903. 1683 Liverpool Cathedral; competi- 
tion design. 
1685 do. do. do. 



WALLING, C Painter. 

Trafalgar Street, Wahvorth, 
1807. 309 Winter scene — view in Hol- 
land. 
310 do. do. do. 

760 Cattle on the banks of a river. 
1809. 185 A moonlight. 

410 A frost piece — view in Holland. 
422 A landscape. 

— WaUing. 
182 1. 67 Landscape. 

WALLIS. See Jameson and Wallis, 
voL iii, page 237. 

WALLIS, C. Alban Painter. 

The Willows, Chiswick Mail. 
1902. 546 The ship's wake, Cape St. 

Vincent. 
1904. 69 The Arno — view towards the 

Ponte Vecchio. 

WALLIS, G Painter. 

39, Francis Street, Newington, 
1842. 752 The last shilling. 

WALLIS, George Painter. 

16, Victoria Grove, 

West Brompton, 
1872. 709 Cardigan Bay from the Vale of 
Towyn. 

WALLIS, G. A Painter. 

12, Little Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place, 

1785. 517 A sketch. 

4, Buckingham Street, 

York Buildings, 

1786. 497 Portrait of a lady. 
523 Distress. 

610 A portrait 

G, Wallis, Naples, 
1794. 585 View of the Site of Cicero's 
Villa in Abnizzo. 
601 View of Pastum. 
G.A, Wallis, 

Charlotte Street, 

Bloomsbury, 
1807. 208 Morning — Switzerland; a scene 
in the Grisons, in the en- 
trance to the Via Mata, near 
the road to Italy. 
213 A View, going up the Valley of 
Arno to Val Ombrosa; 
painted on the spot. 
221 View from Val Ombrosa, look- 
ing towards Pisa; painted on 
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1807. 227 Rebekah at the well, **And 
she made haste and let down 
her pitcher from her should- 
er, etc." — Genesis^ xxiv, 46. 
315 The virgins of Innishuna weep* 
ing over the tombs of their 
lovers. Vide Ossian, Sul- 
malla of Lumore. 
423 A scene near Rome after sun- 
set, with the evening prayer 
to the Holy Virgin* 
G. Wallis, 
at Mr, Henderson^ s^ 
3, Veruiam Buiidings^ 

Grafs Inn^ 
1815. 2 Sunrising — Valley of Misor; 
Scene in Switzerland. 
36 The castle of Restzonico, on the 
Lake of Como, looking to- 
wards Italy; effect of a rain* 
bow after a storm— Switzer- 
land. 
322 Taken from Domo D^ossola, 
looking towards the Mount 
Sempione in the distance — 
Switzerland. 

FiarenC€, 
1836. II Landscape, view of a monas- 
tery. 



WALLIS, Henry .Painter. 

17, Talbot Road, 

Camden Road Villas. 
1854. 176 Dr. Johnson at Cave's, the 
publisher. Johnson, too 
ragged to appear at Cave's 
table, has a plate of victuals 
sent to him behind the 
screen. Vide Boswell. 
267 In Shakespeare's House, Strat- 

ford-on- A von » 
1269 The font in which Shak^peare 

was christened. 
1303 The room in which Shakespeare 
was born. "The merely 
curious look in reverent 
silence upon that mean 
room, with its massive joists 
and plastered walls, firm with 
ribs of oak, where they were 
told the poet of the human 
race was bom, etc." — Charks 
Knight, 

8, Grafs Inn Square. 
*^S5- »«5o Fireside reverie, "Is she the 
star of one that is away: 
She, that by the fire so 
gravely dreams, etc*" — 
George Meredith. 



1856. 56 Marten's Tower^ Chepstow 
Castle. 

352 Chatterton. '* Cut is the branch 
that might have grown full 
straight, And burned is 
Apollo's laurel bough," 

516 Andrew Marvell returning the 
bribe, "Persuaded that 
Marvell would be theirs (the 
administration's) for pro- 
perly asking, they sent his 
old school-fellow, the Lord- 
Treasurer Danby, to renew 
acquaintance with him in 
his garret. At parting, the 
Lord -Treasurer, out of pure 
affection slipped into his 
hand an order upon the 
Treasury for j^i,ooo, and 
then went to his chariot. 
Marvell, looking at the 
paper, calls after the Treas- 
urer, ' My lordj I request an- 
other moment.* They went 
up again to the garret, and 
Jack the servant-boy was 
called. *Jack, child, what 
had I for dinner yesterday?' 
' Don't you remember, Sir? 
you had the little shoulder 
of mutton that you ordered 
me to bring from a woman 
in the market.' * Very right, 
child ; what have I for dinner 
to-day?* 'Don*t you know, 
Sir, that you bid me lay 
by the blade bone to broUt ' 
' My Lord, do you hear that ? 
Andrew Marvell's dinner is 
provided; there's your piece 
of paper— I want it not. I 
know the sort of kindness 
you intended, I live here to 
serve my constituents; the 
ministry may seek men for 
their purpose—/ am not 
one.* *' — Coleridge, 

1857. 458 A sculptor's workshop, Strat- 

ford -on- Avon, A.D. 161 7. 
501 Montaigne— the library; from 
studies made at Montaigne's 
Chateau in Gascony* {French 
quotation from Miehelefs 
History o/Rrance,) 

1858. 169 Sir Walter Raleigh in the 

Tower, area a.d. 1600, 
4^1 Henry Martin at Chepstow 
Castle. 
" Hardly entreated, brother 1 
For us was thy back so bent, 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1859. 
1861. 



1862. 



930 



49* 



Wallis, Henry — continued, 

for us were thy straight 
limbs and fingers so de- 
formed ; thou wert our con- 
script, on whom the lot fell, 
and fighting our battles wert 
so marred. For in thee too 
lay a god-created form, but 
it was not to be unfolded; 
encrusted must it stand with 
the thick adhesions and de- 
facement of labour; and thy 
body, like thy soul, was not 
to know freedom." — Sartor 
Resartus. 

62, Great Russell Street. 
Back from Marston Moor. 
Gondomar. 
Elaine. 

6, Grays Inn Square, 
80 Christopher Marlowe. 
268 Sir Walter Raleigh. "Sir 
Walter's study at Durham 
House was a small cham- 
ber facing the river, and 
with a marvellously pleas- 
ant prospect from the win- 
dow." 
225 Winnowing corn, Capri. 

4, Grove End Road, 
Shakespeare and Spenser. 
Paul Veronese painting the 
portrait of Sir Philip Sidney. 
"Hodie effigiem meam in- 
choavit Paulus quidam Ver- 
onensis." — Letter from Sir 
F, Sidney to Languet, 
I, Westminster Chambers, 
Luther and Melancthon. 
442 Marsyas. 
745 A January morning. 
837 After the Storm. 

9, Red Lion Square. 

despatch from Trebizond. 

" Some news is come That 

turns their countenances." — 

Shakspeare, 

24, Brecknock Crescent. 
From Naxos. 
386 Fugitives from Constantinople, 

1453. 
405 On the Ponte Delia Paglia; 

going to the Council. 
322 Outside a prison in Southern 

Italy. 
902 The devotion of Sydney Car- 
ton; from the " Tale of Two 
Cities." 
975 An oasis in the desert: Foun- 
tain Court, the Temple. 



1864. 
1865. 



7 
385 



1867. 
1869. 

1870. 
1873. 



1874. 
1875. 



1876. 



570 



977 A 



57* 



46, Brecknock Crescent. 

1877. if)x "In the spring time, the only 

pretty ring time 
When birds do sing, hey ding 

a ding, ding; 
Sweet lovers love the spring." 
987 Louis XI and Cardinal Balue. 
1359 The Physician. 

WALrLIS, Henry C Painter. 

West LynnCf Clinton Road^ 

Redruth^ Cornwall, 
1903. 1 151 Elsie. 

WALLIS, Hugh Painter. 

10, Meadow Studios^ Bushey^ 
Herts. 
1894. 1064 Mallows by the sea. 

1 140 The entrance of spring. 

The Poplars.Burlington Street, 
Altrincham. 
1899. 1093 The Bridge. 

WALLIS, J Architect. 

1808. 858 Elevation of a Villa for Mr. 

Robinson. 

Maze, Soutkwark. 

1809. 780 Design for a town hall and 

Court house. 

1 810. 722 A Design for a mausoleum. 
773 Elevation for a villa at Ingress 

near Gravesend for the late 
Sir H. D. Roebuck, Bart. 
45, New Church Road, 

Camberwell. 
1825. 878 Design for a building for pub- 
lic meetings, etc. 
918 Landscape — The sun breaking 
out after a storm; com- 
position. 

WALLIS, John C Painter. 

The Willows, Chiswick Mall. 
1897. 814 A sunset at Kew on Thames. 
1 90 1. 578 Kingsdown Cliffs, Walmer, 
Kent. 
636 Loch Achall by moonlight; 
Rhiddoroch deer forest, 
Ross-shire. 

WALLIS, Joseph H.... Architect, etc. 

Cardiff. 
1861. 902 Architectural drawing, etc. 

9, Hammersmith Terrace, 
1874. 789 Sir Henry Tufton's "Amster- 
dam." 
830 Play. 

62, Great Russell Street, 

1878. 848 Mr. John Bagot Scriven's 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



117 



1880. 876 An old house near the banks of 

the Thames. 

8, Adelphi Terrace, 
1890. 1849 Ashendene, Hertford 

WALLIS, Joshua Painter. 

Peckham^ Surrey, 

1809. 569 Fruit. 

7, Queen's Raw^ Wahuorth, 

1 810. 501 A fruit piece. 

8, Bolingbroke Row^ 

Walworth, 
1 81 6. 325 Mr. Southgate. 

555 A Landscape; composition. 
766 C. S. Dudley, Esq. 
1820. 154 Sunset — Cattle and Figures. 
681 Snow piece. 

WALLIS, Miss Katherine B. 

Sculptor. 
6, Oakley Street, S, W. 
1897. 202I Head of a child; medallion. 
1899. 1953 A little Canadian fiddler; me- 
dallion. 
1903 1712 Mignonne; bust, marble. 

1845 Study of a lion; statuette, 
bronze. 
1904. 1703 The toilet; statuette, stone. 

WALrLIS, Robert Engraver. 

Tottenham, 
1859. 1207 The approach to Venice. After 
Turner. 

WALLIS, Miss Rosa Painter. 

4, The Residences, 

South Kensington Museum. 

1 88 1. 802 Apple blossoms. 
829 Pansies. 

1884. 1058 Primroses. 

7, Park View, Oakfields, 

Croydon, 

1885. 1463 Pansies. 

1886. 1003 In the garden. 

1899. 1 181 Spring time, Chislehurst. 
39, Eardley Crescent, 

EarVs Court, 
1902. II 18 Portrait of a lady in fancy 
dress; enamel on copper. 

WALLIS, Walter Painter. 

7, Park View, Oakfield, 

Croydon, 
1883. 409 The sole tenants. 

568 A garden in Touraine. 

1886. 456 Looking for pirates. 

1887. 782 Reverie. 

Rembrandt Lodge, 

Spencer Road, Croydon, 
1891. 29 The Port light. 



WALLS, William Painter. 

Harribrae, Dumfermline, 
1887. 662 Postprandial meditations. 

Nether Liberton, Edinburgh, 

1890. 153 Pastures by the sea. 

1 89 1. 1092 A dead fox. 
1893. *59 The foxes' lair. 

1395. 279 "A hit or a miss?" jaguar and 

macaws. 
1896. 622 Watching and waiting. 

1898. 368 A flirtation. 
748 A Scotch byre. 

1899. 472 The deer-stalker's' companions. 
571 Jaguar-stalking. 

717 An unwilling model. 
1 90 c. 394 Bolting the otter. 
1903. 29 "Cluck-cluck." 



WALMISLBY, Frederick ... Painter. 

18, Cowley Street. 

1838. 6 Portrait of an artist. 

1839. 709 The Rev. John Lodge, M.A., 

Librarian to the University 
of Cambridge and Rector of 
Anderby- cum-Cumberwork, 
in Lincolnshire Painted for 
Magdalen College, 

1840. 63 The Rev. P. P. Gilbert, M.A., 

Minister of St. Mary, Hag- 
gerston, and private chaplam 
to the Earl of Galloway. 

1 84 1. 115 Portrait of an officer. 

403 do. a magistrate of the 
County of Surrey. 

1842. 1247. Scene from the Heart of Mid- 

Lothian. "Butler clasped the 
extended hand which had 
supported his orphan in- 
fancy, wept over it, and in 
vain endeavoured to say more 
than the words, " God com- 
fort you. God comfort you." 
1^43* 433 Scene from Monk Lewis's Bravo 
of Venice- " Cynthia. Out 
upon him! what an ugly 
hound it is." 
T. F. Walmisley, 

18, CowUy Street. 

1844. 321 Scene in the Vintage among 

the ruins of the palace of 
the Caesars; Famese, Rome. 
Painted on the spot, 
F. Walmisley, 

79, Via di Capo le Cose, 

Rome, 

1845. 30 Village scene— Chaita, near 

Amalfi. 
561 Scene atOrvieto; procession of 
the Host passing. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Walmisley, Frederick — continued. 

1846. 334 View of the Lake of Albano. 
1219 Scene from the Merchant of 

Venice — Lorenzo and Jes- 
sica. *' In such a night did 
Jessica steal from the wealthy 
Jew, etc." 

1847. 39 View from the terrace of the 

Villa D'Este at Tivoli. 
1849. 119$ Scene at Terracina; water 
carriers. 

1851. 7" The death of Camao. "For- 

merly every well-regulated 
family in Spain retained one 
of these terrible attendants. 
The infidelity of its mistress 
was the only circumstance 
which could deprive it of 
life. Should her guilt have 
been extended to any degree 
beyond a wish, the faithful 
bird immediately betrayed 
it, by expiring at the feet of 
its injured lord." 

1852. 1016 Scene from the Abbot, chap. xi. 

"Catherine bent her eyes 
upon the work with which 
she was busied, and with 
infinite gravity sate out the 
two first turns of the matrons 
upon the balcony ; but then, 
glancing her deep blue eye a 
little towards Rowland, and 
observing the embarrassment 
under which he laboured, 
now shifting upon his chair, 
and now dangling his cap, 
the whole man e\'incing that 
he was perfectly at a loss 
how to open the conversa- 
tion, she could keep her 
composure no longer, but, 
after a vain struggle, broke 
into a sincere, though a 
very involuntary fit of laugh- 
ing." 

1853. 1269 Interview between Jeanie 

Deans and Queen Caroline 
at Richmond. "Tear fol- 
lowed tear down Jeanie's 
cheeks, as, her features 
gleaming and quivering with 
emotion, she pleaded her 
sister's cause with a pathos 
which was at once simple 
and solemn." — Heart of 
Mid-Lothian, 

1855. 511 Rejpose. 

19, EarPs Court Gardens. 

1865. 320 Lake of Albano. 



43, Upper St. John's 

Wood Terrace. 
1868. 361 " Forget me not." 
652 Marietta. 

WALMSLEY, Thomas Painter. 

2, Surrey Road. 

1790. 49 View on the River Wye, South 

Wales — morning. 

1 79 1. 49 AJView of Wrexham, Denbigh- 

shire — Evening. 

427 Llangollen Bridge, North Wales 
- -morning. 

665 A View of Hawerdon Castle, 
North Wales — evening. 

671 View of Eccleston, near Ches- 
ter — morning. 
25, Bow Street^ Covent Garden. 

1792. 35 Ullswater from Gobray Park — 

morning. 
208 Cadr Idris — morning. 
399 Ulls Water — evening. 
478 View near Corwin — morning. 
484 A View near Dolgelly— even- 
ing. 
1 793* 304 A View near Levans, West- 
morland — evening. 
315 Part of Buttermere Lake, Cum- 
berland — morning. 

10, Great Russell Street. 
1 794- »75 A View near Swansea — morn- 
ing. 
224 Warwick Castle — evening. 

8, Newport Street. 
1795* 265 Lleweny bleaching works in 
the Vale of Clwydd. 

5, Rathbone Place. 
1796. 50 Ross Castle, Killarney — even- 
ing. 
54 Artillery Bridge, near Killarney 

— morning. 
187 View of Eagle's Nest between 
the lakes of Killarney. 

WALPOLE, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1782. 99 Miss Caroline Walpole. 

WALROND, Sir John W., Bart. 

Painter. 
cjo Messrs Vokius. 
1879. 869 Courtyard, Cairo. 

WALSH, J Painter. 

32, Stafford Ptace, Pimlico. 

1832. 469 Gusman d'Alfarache. Vide 

'* Les Aventures Plaisantes dt 

Gusman d^ Alfarache^^ chap. 

xxv^ tome i. 




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119 



1833. 63 The death of DorotMe.— Fol- 

taire, 

1834. 862 Duessa and Night leaving the 

wounded Paynim to JEscu- 
lapius. 

1835. 434 Tancred and Clorinda. Vide li 

Goffredo di Tasso. 

1836. 755 Subject from the Inferno. 

5, Albert Grove ^ Victoria Park, 
1 85 1. 393 Muley Mohammed, driven from 
his throne into the desert, is 
alarmed by a lion while suc- 
couring his fainting wife, 
Calipolis. 

WALSH, J, B Painter. 

32, Stafford Place, 

1839. 1098 Itha von Toggenburg. From a 

German romance. 

1840. 606 T. F. Wainwright, Esq. 

1 02 2 Prometheus bound. Vide y£s- 
chyius, 

1 84 1. 554 Rousseau and Madame de 

Warens. 

WALSH (J. F.) and NICHOLAS (G.). 

Architects. 
Museum Chambers, 

Halifax^ Yorkshire, 
1902. 1367 Club house for Halifax Golf 
Club. 

WALSH, N Painter. 

1872. 691 A shrine in the Coliseum, 
Rome. 

WALSH, William Painter. 

39, Alpha Cottages, 

St, Marylebone, 
1823. 181 North End, Hampstead. 

15, Leicester Square, 
1834. 23 At Northfleet. 

1837. 150 Near Windmill Hill, Graves- 

end. 
337 Dead Game. 

WALTER, Edward Architect. 

Manchester, 
1848. 1 138 Church. 
1 174 Villas. 

WALTER, Miss Emma Painter. 

1855. 301 Just shot. 

4, Middleton Place, 

1856. 935 Apple blossom. 

955 Flowen and nest. 

956 Spring flowen. 
x857- »7S da 



i860. 727 Azaleas. 

752 Fruit and flowers. 
I, Goldhurst Terrace, 

Hampstead. 
1887. 1 130 Autumn berries. 

WALTER, Henry Painter. 

Albion Place, Walworth, 
1820. 613 Cottage at Sewell, Bedford- 
shire. 

41, Penton Street, 

1822. 57 Study from nature. 

7, White Conduit Street. 

1823. 161 Sketch from Nature. 

197, High Holbarn. 
1825. 420 Folkestone Beach. 
23, Portman Place, 

Maida Hill, 

1846. 612 Study of animals. 

825 Beech trunk, painted on the 
spot. 

WALTER, J Painter. 

6, Trinity Street, Bristol, 
1836. 402 A sea-piece. 
1841. 1179 Calm off port. 

1847. 1280 The fleet under Earl Howe, in 

the armament of 1790. 

WALTER, John William... Architect. 
5, South Motion Street, 

1879. 1 151 SS. Michael and All Angels' 

Church, Woolwich. 

WALTER, Louis Painter. 

7, Arlington Street, 

Camden Town. 

1857. 194 Hampstead Heath. 

1858. 5 Chingford old church, Essex. 

1859. 567 La Contadina. 

718 Old Chingford church, Essex. 

719 The Cornfield. 

834 Avenue and old church, Ching- 
ford, Essex. 
1 86 1. I A letter of interest. 

WALTER, W. C Painter. 

Skinner Street. 
1804. 711 Portrait of himself. 

WALTERS,'Mi88 Amelia J. 

Sculptor and Painter. 
12, Chester Terrace. 

1880. 1622 Portrait; bust, terra cotta. 

41, Robert Street, 

Hampstead Road. 

1882. 1633 Undine. "Then there arose 

up slowly out of the wdl's 

mouth, as it were a column 



I20 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Walters, Miss Amelia J. — continued, 

of water ... it was a white 
woman's form, weeping bit- 
terly, and distractedly wring- 
ing its hands above its 
head." 
1885. 1021 A nor'-wester. 
1888. 979 Water-gate— Dunottar. 

II, Roberf Street. 
1892. 673 A bright gleam from the west. 
737 Church and chapel, Crantock. 

WALTERS,^Edward Architect. 

1 1, Fenchurch Buildings. 

1826. 898 Design for a triumphal arch. 

1827. 962 Design for a national gallery of 

pictures. 

23, Upper Belgrave Place, 

1829. 1097 Sketch for a triumphal monu- 
ment. 

1 83 1. 1057 Sketch for an entrance to a 
harbour or pier-head. 

WALTERS, Frederick Arthur. 

Architect. 
4, Great Queen Street^ 

Westmimter. 

1890. 1785 Church of the Sacred Heart, 

Wimbledon. 

1 89 1. 1 83 1 Grey Friars, Chilworth, Surrey. 

1892. 1781 Monument of the late Mrs. 

Rowley, St. Neots. 
37, Old Queen Street^ 

Westminster, 

1894. 1593 Church, Dorking. 

1594 Catholic church. Bow Com- 
mon. 

1895. ""^9 Church — Petworth. 

1576 St. John's Seminary, Wonersh, 
Surrey. 
1897. 1783 St. Peter's, East Grinstead. 

WALTERS, George Stanfield. 

Painter. 
103, Bold Street^ Liverpool. 
i860. 473 Near Dolgelly, North Wales. 

4, JJdlington Place. 
1865. 303 Ben Venue. 

II, Queen* s Crescent ^ 

Haverstock Hill. 
1869. 523 Thunderstorm : approaching 
river Thames. 
631 Shades of Evening. " In dubi- 
ous light That hovers 'twixt 
the day and night, etc." 
187a 665 Wreck at the Worm's Head, 

coast of South Wales. 
187 1. 609 Flood on the Lledr, North 
Wales. 



187 1. 677 Eventide. 

1080 Toilers of the Sea. 

1872. 16 Dordt, Holland. 

8 1 2 Sum mer — moonlight, Dordt, 
Holland. 

97, Adelaide Road. 

1873. 660 Moonlight on the Maas, Hol- 

land. 

1874. 890 Oxwich Castle. 

73, Adelaide Road. 
1876. 842 A bit on the coast of South 

Wales. 
1878. 19* A summer's morning in Dutch 
waters. 

134, Adelaide Road. 
1880. 8 Sunset in Dutch waters. 

600 Trawlers off the Mumbles 

Head. 
830 Wind against tide; a choppy 



On the Maas off Dordrecht 

Beating up with the tide; 
breezy weather. 

Sunrise on the Maas; boats 
getting under way. 

Oxwich from the Marsh, South 
Wales. 

Breezy weather on the coast 

Oxwich Castle, South Wales. 

Tide on the turn; vessels leav- 
ing harbour. 

Summertime on a Dutch River. 

Old boats and boat-houses. 

Misty moonlight on the river. 

Sunrise on the Maas. 

Calm evening on the Maas. 

Running down with the tide. 

Oxwich Marsh, Gower. 



WALTERS, Samuel Painter. 

52, Nelson Street^ Liverpool. 
1842. 36 Prussian brig in a light breeze. 
401 Study on the seashore. 
52, Nelson Street, and 

38, City Road. 
1844. 282 Oyster beds near Beaumaris, 
looking towards Caernarvon- 
shire. 
405 The ferry — low water. 

6, Stanhope Terrace^ Liverpool, 
1345. 857 The fort and lighthouse at the 
mouth of the river Mersey, 
from the north shore, Liver- 
pool. 

105, Leadenhall Street. 

1846. 572 Hay barge on the Thames, near 

Gravesend. 
623 On the Thames, near Black- 
wall. 

1847. 670 River scene in Holland. 



I88I. 


*54 

6z7 




696 


1882. 


487 




754 


1883. 


757 

22 


1884. 


37 


1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 


327 
H83 
1309 
1269 
1291 
1327 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



121 



1848. 
1850. 



1851. 
1852. 



1853. 



1861. 



56, Upptr Stanhope Street, 

LiverpooL 

1 17 Scheveling beach — low water. 
284 Steam-tug and lifeboat going 

to a ship in distress on the 

Burbo Bank, near Liverpool. 
666 Stranded ship on the Bootle 

shore, Liverpool 
56 Emigrants embarking for New 

York off the Princess Pier, 

Liverpool. 
904 The New York Packet ship, 

"Waterloo," off Holyhead. 
Booths^ mar UverpooL 
471 Ship on the rocks near Port 

Erin, Isle of Man* 



1880. 



WALTERS, Thomas ... Painter. 

14, York Buiidings^ 

Ntw Road. 
1857. 609 Study of a head, 

6, Grafs Inn Place, 
1863. 257 Study on the coast* 

WALTNER, Charles Albert, 

Etcher- 
4, Carlyk Square, 
1273 The Marchioness of Ormonde, 
After J, E. Millais, R.A. 

1287 A daughter of J. E. Millais^ 
Esq., R.A. 

1288 J. E. MiUais, Esq,, R.A, 
1343 The Blue Boy. After T. Gains- 
borough, R,A. 

16, Avtnut de Bretmil, Paris. 
1398 The peaceful Thatnes, Bisham 

HUl. After Fred. Walker, 

A.R,A. 
1440 The lost bird. After Marcus 

Stone, A.R.A. 
1443 Le Doreurj etching. 
1437 A rabbi. After Rembrandt. 
1632 Regina. After J, J. Henner, 
1694 The night watch. After Rem* 

brandt, 
1618 The eve of St. John, After 

Jules Breton. 



1883. 



1884. 



1887. 
1888. 
1889. 

1891. 



WALTON, Mrs. Catherine R. 

Painter, 
26, West Cromweii Road, 

1898. 1048 Pierrette. 

1899. 704 Doorway of St. Pietro Spoteto. 

WALTON, Miss Constance. . , Painter, 
5, Belmont Terrace^ Gias^m^* 

1886. 1 167 Roses. 

1887. 1 185 Azalea. 

VIII. 



WALTON, Elijah, /:g.X .., Painter, 
M. Walton, 

7 7 1, Bramsgrove, 

Birmingham^ 
1851, 698 Study of fruit from nature, 

Fiizray Square, 

1856. 44 The truants. 

404 The happy male. 

1857. 35 The trap. 

49j London Street. 

1858. 230 Apple blossoms. 

1859. 191 The nest. 

1 1, Rodney Bui/dingSt 

New Kent Road, 
1S64. 36 fi The Pyramids, as seen from the 
plain wliere the Israelites 
gathered together, previous 
to their departure from 
Egypt. 

144, New Kent Road. 
1865. 346 Tombs of the sultans near 
Cairo— sunset. 



, E, Am R,S,A. .Painter, 

i34j Bath Street^Giasgmv. 

November. 

Old church, Winchelsea, 

Winter pasture. 

Autumn. 

Victoria Road, Helensburgh. 

A pastoral. 

The grandfather^s garden, 

Otfer Seivelt Mamr^ 

Stmv^n^the- IVold. 
Landscape^morning. 
Viola, 
Dora, 
Romance. 

57, Ch^yne IVatk^ Chelsea. 
[897. %i%Q Little round panel. 



WALTON 


18S3. 

1884, 


194 
967 

355 




1024 




1054 
1066 


1885. 


U4* 


1896. 


1043 
106S 




1070 




1077 



WALTON, Frank, RL,.. Painter. 

Northwick, Harrom, 
so Lyn Dee, near Bethgelert, 

North Wales. 
131 Snow dan, from Lyn-y-Cwyn- 
ffynon, 

17, Nassau Street, 

504 An English Landscape. 

336 A sheep-walk up a windy wold. 

S*S! Up the Thames at Medmen- 

ham. " An English home, 

grey twilight poured On 

dewy pastures, dewy trees, 

lake. " Embosomed 
\Uy of green bower, 
many a grove. ^' 



1862. 



1864. 
1866. 




122 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Walton 


, Prank, R.L — continued. 


1880. 


233 "And then my heart with 


1867. 


320 Evelyn Woods near Dorking. 




pleasure fills, And dances 




579 An autumn afternoon near 




with the daffodils." 




Dorking. 




529 " Down in the reeds by the 


i868. 


406 On the road to the World's 




river." 




End, Llangollen. 




747 The signal station, Ijzard 




Holmbury Hill, Dorking. 




Point," Cornwall. 


1869. 


28 A summer's evening. 




933 Under the Lizard, Cornwall. 




314 "We too, we too, must fall, 




1040 In opulent June. 




A few brief years to labour and 


1881. 


68 On the manor of Gomshall 




to bear. 




Tower Hill. 




Then comes the sexton and 




388 "Leaves have their time to 




the old trite tale. 




fall" 




We were." 




420 The copse on Fursefield brow. 




684 ''Like a spirit glorified The 




641 Porlock weir. 




angel of the year departs: 




143S Brickmakers: Felday. 




etc." 


1882. 


17 "Noontide's hush and heat, 


1870. 


500 A moorland flock. 




and shine." 


1871. 


1 20 Gander's pool. 




187 Still water. 




480 "Now came still evening on. 




779 The Happy Valley. 




and twilight grey etc." 




883 Burnwhall, St. Burian. 




1048 The hooper's hovel. 


1883. 


475 Stony places. 


T872. 


203 Charcoal burning in Surrey. 




531 Gentle autumn. 




231 Grebbut's cottage. 




979 Kynance Cove, Cornwall. 




374 Stream near Shere. " By slow 




994 A breezy day off the Lizard. 




Meander's margent green. 


1884. 


1 32 " Among the whispering woods 




And in the violet em- 




of English shires." 




broidered vale, etc." 




745 "A dappled sky, a world of 


1873- 


344 Summer time. 




meadows." 




1063 Shereboume Pool near Al- 




938 Kynance Cove. 




bury. 


1885. 


230 "Southward from Surrey's 


1874. 


173 Albury; the silent pool. 




pleasant hills." 




633 Holmbury Hill. "An open 


1886. 


96 Waiting till the west wind blows. 




sky, a world of heather." 




318 Paddington Pond, Abinger 


1875- 


625 One of the olden time. 




Hammer. 


1876. 


594 Leith Hill, Surrey. 




574 " In the summer-tide of blos- 




628 Near the ferry, Christchurch, 




soming." 




Hampshire. 




1 1 87 Water-meadows by Stratton, 




670 Regatta day; Bournemouth, 




Cornwall. 




Durley Chine. 


1887. 


39 New Year's Eve. 




868 The Hatch Farm, Abinger 




1005 Feldemore. 




Hammer, Surrey. 


1888. 


631 "Green leaves hang, but the 


1877. 


339 From " unharboured heaths." 




brown must fly." 




776 Tilly Whim, Swanage. 




860 " For now 'tis winter surely." 


1878. 


52 "And Winter, slumbering in 




1443 " Like the wings of sea birds. 




the open air. Wears on his 




Flash the white caps of the 




smiling face a dream of 




sea." 




spring." 


1889. 


1 160. Leith Hill. "Amid the many 




43^ "Four miles from any town." 




withered pines." 




804 The Ballard Head, Swanage. 


1890. 


3S» "Tis a month before the 




868 Peveril Ledge, Swanage. 




month of May, and the 


1879. 


44 "When St. Bamable bright 




spring comes slowly up this 




shines night and daie, Poor 




way." 




Ragged Robin blooms in 




539 The history of many a winter 




the hay." 




storm. 




337 " Grey swamp and pools; waste 


1891. 


114 A wreck from the Spanish 




places of the hern." 




Armada. "And made his 




475 "When young spring first 




ships a prey unto the sand. 




questioned winter's sway." 




That meant to prey upon 




732 Studland Bay near Swanage. 




another's land." 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



123 



1 89 1. 468 ''Summer has gone on swal- 

low's wings." 

1892. 1 00 1 Allhallow-tide. 

Holmbury St, Mary^ Dorking, 

1894. 921 Old acres. 

938 "Where late the sweet birds 

sang." 
999 Godevery Light, near Hayle. 

1895. 56 On the Surrey Hills. 
771 Hill pastures. 

1896. 975 "Laden with the fragrance of 

the days gone by." 
looo "The farewell of the glorious 
sun." 

1897. 967 St. George's bells. 
986 The red bridge. 

1898. 9 Blackheath, near Guildford- 
453 "Evelyn's Silva," Wotton, 

Surrey. 
1 1 80 Widemouth Bay, North Corn' 

wall. 
1185 Norcot Mouth, near Bude. 

1899. *** The sentinels. 
532 Hedgerow timber. 
796 Haystacks. 

1039 Clonque Fort, Alderney. 

1900. 378 The lone tree. 
778 Hay harvest. 

909 Abinger mill pond. 
1 141 Bee du Zee, Sark. 

1 90 1. 464 Leisure to go a-fishing. 
759 The straw yard. 

775 June. 

946 The Hog's Back, Sark. 

1902. 77 The little summer of St. Luke. 

539 On Leith Hill, Surrey. 

540 Hie jacet. 

1903. 2 A winter's tale. 
562 Waterlands farm. 

1904. 892 Sunshine in a shady place. 



WALTON, George Painter. 

28, Alderney Street, S. W. 

1883. 56 Portrait of a lady. 
184 Mrs. Pattinson. 

1475 Study from life. 

1884. 192 "Where thoughts serenely 

sweet express How pure, 
how dear their dwelling- 
place." 

899 Mrs. T. Walton. 

910 W. B. Ridley, Esq. 

28, Great Ormond Streets 

1885. 1150 Miss Edith Campbell. 

2, Queen^s Studios, 

St. John's Wood. 

1886. 583 "What lies beyond?" 
X087 Mrs. Isaac Walton. 

1887. 809 Prisdlla, 



1888, 


7S 


72, Miswick J^oadj 

Newcast/e-on- lyne. 
Mrs. Chatt 


WALTON, 

1777- 3«o 
1778' 1^^ 

X779' 338 
339 


Henry Painter. 

Hiii Street, Berktl^ Square, 
A market girl. 
A girl buying a ballad. 
A scene in the Spanish Barber, 

act !, scene t. 
A group of figures, with a fruit 

barrow. 



WALTON, J. .„ Painter* 

8, Warnford Court ^ 

Throgfnarton Street. 
iSai, 7*0 View of the Rhine at Katib, 

13, Euston Place, 
1827, 54a View of Rouen from Mount 

St. Katharine. 
1S39. 544 Namur. 

WALTON, James Trout Painten 

123, Walmgate, York, 
1 85 1. 816 View of the Straits, Dove Dale, 

Derbyshire, 
i852» 1*4 View in Dovadale. 
1853. +41 The Linn of Corrymulzie, near 
Castleton, of Braemar. 
445 View on the river Dee, Loch- 
nagar in the distance — 
Aberdeenshire. 
1855. 177 Near Bolton Abbey, Wharf- 
dale, Yorkshire. 
1858. 491 Glen Dee, on the Grampians, 
1S59. 140 Jungfrau, Switzerland, 
1863. ao9 Loch Achray— sunset, 
X863. 560 Loch Katrine^ — sunset, 
576 Looking up the Tees. 

WALTON, John Whitehead, 

Painter, 
/ W. Walton, Jim, 
1S34' 470 Portrait of himself, 
J. W Walton, 

57, Albany Street, 
1836, 7S The wood-cutter's daughter, 
S57 Portrait of a lady, 

/ila address* 
1847, 6S Major Lewis. 

JVem Bond Street. 
1S4B, 153 Willfred, nephew of Lord 
^^ Brougham, in the chamcler 

. JV of King Henry VIIL 

74^ Le Chevalio^ de Chat«lin, 

Homme de Lcttrcs. 
iis^ Lilali, d&ui^hte^ of 



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Walton, John Whitehead—continued, 

29, Bedford Place. 

1850. 17 Thomas Henry Baylis, Esq., 

M.A. 
49 Theyoung sculptor's first effort. 

185 1. 657 Portrait of the Lady Ida. 
1853. 121 C. H. Barnes, Esq., Bengal 

Artillery. 
iS54« 549 General Sir George Pollock, 

G.C.B. 

67, Bemers Street, 
1855. 6 Mrs. Parkes. 

1857. 633 The late Joseph Hume, Esq., 

M.P. for Montrose. 

2\by SavilU Row. 

1858. 99 General Sir Richard England, 

G.C.B. 

1859. 178 Rejoicings during the gather- 

ing of the mistletoe by the 
Druids. 

1864. 188 The Duchess of Wellington. 

1865. 540 Thomas Page, Esq., C.E., 

acting engineer of the 
Thames Tunnel; designer 
and engineer of Westminster 
Bridge. 

WALTON, Joseph Painter, 

123, Walmgate^ York, 
1855. 553 Waiting for the Sportsmen. 
1863. 18 Windermere from Low- wood. 



WALTON, J. De. 
page 317. 



See D, vol. ii, 



WALTON, Mrs,... Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1789. 288 Portrait of a lady. 

WALTON, W Painter. 

6, Duncan Place^ 

Leicester Square, 
1 8 14. 550 Mr. Kean. 

643 J. Webb, Esq. 

WALTO N , William Painter. 

17, Grosvenor Plcu:e^ Bath, 

1 86 1. 836 At Claverton, Somerset. 

WALTON, W. L Painter. 

10, Fitzroy Street. 
1855. 43 "Going home." 

WALTON and ROBSON. 

Architects. 
18, Adam Street, 
i860. 653 Shops at Folkestone. 

London and Durham. 

1862. 879 Church of St. Cuthbert, Dur- 

ham. 



WANE, Richard Painter. 

lywyn near Conway. 

1885. 150 At rest. 

1260 On the Welsh coast, near Holy- 
head. 

1886. 291 Llyn Idwal. 

Allendale^ Deganwy, 

1887. 515 Fisher folk. 

1888. 442 Evening glow. 

1889. 171 At Port St. Mary, Isle of Man. 

1890. 662 The incoming tide. 

Nun-y-don^ 

East Dulwich Grove^ 

Duiwich. 

1891. 354 "The golden footprints of de- 

parting day." 

707 A fresh breeze. 

1 141 Calming down. 

1892. 967 A fisherman's cottage. 

1 322 ** Soon the sun will go to rest." 

1893. 366 A summer's eve. 

13, Kinglake Road^ 

Egremonty Cheshire, 

1896. 5^6 Off Sandown, Isle of Wight. 

1897. 154 On the way to Mona's Isle. 
407 Port Soderick, Isle of Man. 

1003 The meadows, Bidston, Che- 
shire. 

1898. 1157 Ouchan Bay, Isle of Man. 

1899. 11 A glimpse of Mona's Isle. 
394 The lonely deep. 

1900. 1038 **The ocean beats against the 

stern dumb shore, The 
stormy passion of its mighty 
heart." 
1189 An autumn garden. 

1 90 1. 301 The fringe of Mona's Isle. 

57, Church Street^ Egremont. 

1902. 774 The lonely watch. 

1018 A Warwickshire cottage. 

1903. 500 A joyous morning. 
912 An autumn idyll. 

1904. 433 Fisher-folk. 

927 Autumn in Welford. 

WANTNER, W. H Architect. 

1844. 1 210 Public building. 

WAR, J. S. De. See D, vol. ii, page 
317- 

WARBURG, Miss Lily A. ... Painter. 
8, Porchester Terrace. 
1896. 1 122 A studio corner. 

WARBURTON, F Painter. 

41, Great St. Andrew's Street, 

1798. 633 Dutch fishermen. 

1 799. 65 A view from the Isle of Dogs. 
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4, Hanover Street^ Long Acre, 
1800: 233 Dutch boats. 

529 Dutch fishermen. 

1801. 215 A brisk gale. 
217 A calm. 

9, Moor Street^ 

Greek Street^ Soho, 

1802. 91 Dutch boats. 



WARD, Alfred Painter. 

61, Kensington Gardens Square, 
427 Monastic recreation. 
133 A favourite ibis. 
175 Muraena. 
257 Margheritina. 
996 Damiano. 

55, Bedford Gardens, 
1250 La dame au chapeau. 

80 Coquetry. 
1291 Miss Holland; red chalk. 
Forget me not. 
Polly. 



1874. 
1877. 



1879. 
1880. 




1882. 595 
1248 

1883. 618 Idleness. 
813 Two roses. 

1885. 1049 Borth. 
1695^ 

1696 The 

1697 Elements. 
1698, 

1886. 389 Portrait of a lady. 
1485 Clytie. 

1887. 334 On the north coast, Cornwall. 

" And now the waves are 

plunging white 
Beneath dim gleams of watery 
Hght." 
343 A road to Dimwich, Suffolk. 
1530 Miss Hollins. 

1888. 469 Death's mantle. 
870 A fallen apple tree. 

1889. 4»» En f^te. 

175* EMna; red chalk. 

6, Pembroke Studios^ Kensington, 

1892. 1574 Ada; a portrait. 

1893. 609 A legend of love. 

1896. 662 Sympathy. 

1897. 561 Moon-maidens. 

" Follow me, fairies, follow me 

soon. 
Back to my palace behind the 

moon." 

1900. 335 "And fear and sorrow and 

scorn. 
Kept watch by his head for- 
lorn, etc." 

— A, C, Swinburne, 

1901. 473 On the border of Romney 

marsh. 
i903« 735 "The horns of Elfland faintly 
blowing," — Tennyson, 



WARD, Miss Annie Painter. 

Tk^ PoplarSy 

Rolleston Road^ Croydon, 

1886. 664 Azaleas. 

2, Crescent Place^ 

The Hoe, Plymouth, 

1888. 1033 Fairy tales. 

2, Station Road, Croydon, 

1889. 1043 '* All loose her negligent attire, 

all loose her golden hair." 
S3, Gibbon Road, 

Kingston-on- Thames, 
1898. 819 Still Life. 

WARD, Bernard Evans Painter. 

7, Eim Tree Road, 

St. John's Wood, 

1880. 995 AtholJohnstone,Esq.,F.R.C.S., 

Consulting Surgeon to the 
Brighton Hospital for Sick 
Children. 

1 88 1. 1 1 58 Innocence. 

20$, Mcuda Vak. 

1884. 443 Florence. 

1885. 483 Mrs. Bernard Ward. 

56, Brocuthurst Gardens, 

1887. 29 Mrs. B. E. Ward. 

31 {^No title in the catalogue,") 

1888. 1041 Mrs. H. Swinburn Ward. 

7, Elm Tree Road, 

St, John's Wood. 
1894. 406 B. E. Ward, Esq. 
466 A sea nymph. 

1896. 414 Miss Madeleine M. McDonald. 
605 Miss Florrie Bird. 

609 Miss Edith Bird. 
998 London Flower girls. 

1897. 255 The return of the Vikings. 

Painted with A, Lewis, 

WARD, C Architect. 

9, Store Street, 

Bedford Square. 

1820. 944 Design for a church. 

1 82 1. 982 do. gothic spire and 

church. 

1822. 909 Design for a church; an at- 

tempt to combine themodem 
steeple with the ancient 
temple. 

WARD, Charles Painter. 

38, Newman Street. 

1826. 470 Landscape. 

712 Landscape and figures. 

38, Bemers Street. 

1827. 472 Moonlight. 

598 A boat, with a stormy effect. 
608 View on the Usk, near Aber- 
gavenny, Monmouthshire. 



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Ward, 
1827. 



1828. 



1829. 



1830. 



1831. 
1832. 

1833. 
1834. 

1835. 

1836. 
1837. 

1838. 
1839. 
1842. 



Charles — continued. 

628 View on the Usk near Aber- 
gavenny. 

787 Weir-End House, Tintem, 
Monmouthshire. 

529 Sketch near Abergavenny, 
Monmouthshire. 

592 Landscape — cattle and figures. 

661 Wood scene — rain clearing off. 

966 Afternoon effect — scene in 
Bedfordshire. 

973 Twilight — view on the Medina, 
Isle of Wight 

981 Priory Farm, Carisbrook, Isle 
of Wight. 

522 View in Brecknockshire, near 
the fall of Usk. 

586 Sketch on the river Stort, 
Herts. 

632 View near Cowes, Isle of 
Wight. 

892 View near Folkestone Harbour, 
Kent. 

461 Water-mill. 

597 Cottage at Hendon. 

917 Mill near Ockinden, Essex. 

522 Sketch ; Festiniog, North Wales. 

594 Torrent, North Wales. 

617 View on the Traeth Back, 
Merionethshire. 
Cambridge^ 

and 61, Newman Street 

624 Sketch on the Brent, Hendon. 

626 Goderich Castle, Hereford- 
shire. 

728 Hendon. 

736 Sketch at Hendon. 

8, Panton Place^ Cambridge, 

452 St. James's Church from the 
Abbey Gardens. 

492 Mouth of the North river, Yar- 
mouth. 

829 Wood-cutters. 

507 River scene. 

588 St. John's College, Cambridge, 

605 North Ockenden Church, 



568 A sea piece. 

740 View on the Wye — evening. 

8x1 Venice from the Grand Canal. 

937 Convent of the Holy Trinity, 
at Cava. 

716 Grantchester church, Cam- 
bridge. 
1055 Finchele Abbey, Durham. 

662 Valley of the Mills, Amalfi. 

906 Cotts^es at Speen, Newbury, 
Berks. 

223 Cottage at Woolpit Heath, 
Suffolk. 



1842. 304 A brook scene — morning, Suf- 

folk. 

1843. 393 View near Ampthill, Bedford- 

shire. 
418 A river scene, Suffolk — sunset. 
584 Old chalk pit. Cherry hinton. 
603 Cottage scene, Cherryhinton. 

1844. 569 Vessel off the Maplin Light- 

house, on the Swin. 
1200 Cottages near Goodrich, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

1845. 614 Scene near Chepstow, the 

Castle in the distance. 
1045 View on the river Stour. 

1846. 6x6 Brook scene, Brookhead, 

Cherry Hinton. 
60, Gurtrude St,^ Manchester, 

1852. 1x4 A Cheshire stile. 

X257 Entrance to a clough, Lanca- 
shire. 

1853. 127X Cottage near Beeston, Che- 

shire. 
1859. 286 Lane scene, Cheshire. 

143, Upper Brook Street^ 

Manchester, 
1 86 1. 386 Cottages in Suffolk. 

417 Near Birkland Woods, Not- 
tinghamshire. 

WARD, Charles D Painter. 

237, Kin^s Road^ Chelsea, 

1898. 950 A goose girl. 

1899. i6x A summer idyll. 

1900. 739 Head of a girl. 

WARD, Cyril Painter. 

Glossop^ Manchester, 

X405 An old barn, Westmoreland. 

992 The edge of the Common. 

X165 A winter afternoon — North 
Wales. 

1 147 The lane by the river. 

117 1 An upper reach of the Con- 
way. 

1x39 Between the showers — Octo- 
ber. 

960 "Thwarting cliffs that bound 
the sight." 

999 The stillness of the autumn 
day. 

10x8 Nearing the sea. 

Puckeridge^ Ware, 

90X October on a Surrey Common. 

941 "When autumn's softest gleams 
are ending." 

789 A hillside farm, North Wales. 

886 From the uplands to the sea. 

908 A hill top cottage. North 
Wales. 

938 The granite cliffs of Cornwall. 



1890. 
1894. 
1896. 

1898. 



1899. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



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WARD, Edward Matthew, R.A, 

Painter. 
1^34* 15 Mr. O. Smith, comedian, 
in the character of Don 
Quixote. 

2 y James Street, AdelphL 

1839. 474 Cimabue and Giotto. " Giotto 

was born at Vespegnano, 
near Florence, and was the 
son of a shepherd. While 
guarding his flocks in the 
field he was discovered by 
Cimabue, amusing himself 
with drawing the figure of a 
goat with a bit of pointed 
stone on a tile; struck with 
the disposition of the boy, 
he persuaded his father to 
entrust him to his care, and 
took him to Florence, where 
he educated him with the 
greatest attention. Giotto, 
afterwards became so distin- 
guished a painter as to eclipse 
his master, and to lay the 
foundation of the Florentine 
School." 
13, Russell Place, 

Fitzroy Square, 

1840. 153 Reminiscences of a scene in 

the prisoner's lock of the 
tribunal of Naples in 1838, 
representing a monk, priest, 
and accomplices, on their 
trial for murder. The scene 
represented is near the 
time of sentence being pro- 
nounced. 
22 (Octagon room.) King Lear, 
act 4, scene 7. Lear, Cor- 
delia, Kent, Physician, Gen- 
tlemen, and others. " Cor- 
delia. How does my royal 
lord? etc." 

1 84 1. 552 Thorwaldsen in his study at 

Rome. 
i999 Cornet Joyce seizes the King 
at Holmby, June 3, 1647. 
"His Majesty asked by 
what authority they came? 
Joyce answered. By this, 
and showed him his pistol, 
and desired His Majesty 
that he would cause him- 
self to be dressed, because 
it was necessary they should 
make haste. None of the 
other soldiers spoke a word." 
— Clarendon, 

1842. 134 A portrait. 



1842. 237 Queen Elizabeth, widow of 

Edward IV, delivering the 
young Duke of York into 
the hands of Bourchier, 
Archbishop of Canterbury, 
and Rotheram, Archbishop 
of York, at the Sanctuary, 
Westminster. 

*'This warning sank so 
deep into the queen's minde, 
that after a little pausing, 
taking her son by the hand, 
she said. My Lord Arch- 
bishop, here he is, for my 
own part I will never deliver 
him ; but if you will needs 
have him, take him, and at 
your hands I will require 
him: and therewith weeping 
bitterly, dear childe (saith 
she) let me kiss thee before 
we part. Godknows whether 
we shall ever meet again; 
and so the childc; weeping 
as fast as she, went along 
with the archbishop to the 
Star Chamber, where the 
lord protector and other 
lords had stayed all the 
while for his coming back." 
— Baker, 
302 Second part of Henry VI, act 
ii, scene i. St. Albans — 
Henry VI, Queen Margaret, 
Gloucester, Cardinal Beau- 
fort, Duke of Suffolk, Mayor, 
Simpson, etc. 

" Gloucester. Well, sir, 
we must have you find your 
legs, etc." 

1843. 218 Dr. Johnson perusing the 

manuscript of the Vicar of 
Wakefield, as the last re- 
source for rescuing Gold- 
smith from the hands of the 
bailiffs. 

" I received one morning 
a message from poor Gold- 
smith that he was in great 
distress, and begging that I 
would come to him as soon 
as possible. I sent him a 
guinea, and promised to 
come to him directly. I 
accordingly went as soon as 
I was dressed, and found 
that his landlady hadarrested 
him for his rent, at which 
he was in a violent passion. 
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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ward, Edwerd Matthew, R.A.— con- 
tinued. 

already changed my guinea, 
and had got a bottle of Ma- 
deira and a glass before him. 
I put the cork in the bottle, 
desired he would be calm, 
and began to talk of the 
means by which he might 
be extricated. He then told 
me that he had a novel 
ready for the press, which 
he produced to me. I looked 
into it, and saw its merit: 
told the landlady I should 
soon return: and having 
gone to a bookseller sold it 
for £60:'— Boswell. 
1844. 4"4 Scene from the early life of 
Oliver Goldsmith. 

" He was a tolerable pro- 
ficient in the French lan- 
guage, and played on the 
German flute with a degree 
of taste something above 
mediocrity. Thus qualified, 
he travelled on, anxious to 
gratify his curiosity, and 
doubtful of the means of 
subsistence ; his classical 
knowledge,however, afforded 
him occasional entertain- 
ment in the religious houses, 
while his musical talents 
continued to feed and lodge 
him among the merry poor 
of Flanders." 
449 La Fleur's departure from 
Montreuil. 

"C'est un gar9onde bonne 
fortune, said the landlord, 
pointing through the window 
to half a dozen wenches 
who had got round about 
La Fleur, and were most 
kindly taking leave of him, 
as the postillion was leading 
out the horses. La Fleur 
kissed all their hands round 
and round again ; and thrice 
he wiped his eyes, and thrice 
he promised he would bring 
them all pardons from Rome. 
The young fellow, said the 
landlord, is beloved by all 
the town, and there is scarce 
a corner in Montreuil where 
the want of him will not be 
felt; but he has one mis- 
fortune in the world, con- 



tinued he, he is always in 
love." — Sterne. 
2, Marlborough Terrace^ 

Victoria Rocut, 

1845. 292 Scene in Lord Chesterfield's 

ante-room in 1748; an in- 
cident founded on his Lord- 
ship's neglect of Dr. John- 
son, during the progress of 
his Dictionary. 

" Seven years, my Lord, 
have now past, since I waited 
in your outward rooms, or 
was repulsed from your door; 
during which time I have 
been pushing on my work 
through difficulties of which 
it is useless to complain, and 
have brought it, at last, to 
the verge of publication, 
without one act of assistance, 
one word of encouragement, 
or one smile of favour. Such 
treatment I did not expect, 
for I never had a patron 
before. " — Bosweli, 

67, Bemers Street. 

1846. 545 The disgrace of Lord Claren- 

don, after his last interview 
with the King — scene in 
Whitehall Palace in 1667. 

"After two hours' dis- 
course, the King rose with- 
out saying anything, but 
appeared not well pleased 
with all that had been said, 
and the Duke of York found 
he was offended with the 
last part of his discourse. 
The garden, that used to be 
private, had now many in it to 
observe the countenance of 
the King when he came out 
of the room ; and when the 
chancellor returned, the Lady 
[Castlemaine], the Lord Ar- 
lington, and Mr. May, looked 
together out of her balcony 
with gaiety and triumph — 
which all the people ob- 
served." 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1847. 291 The South Sea bubble, a scene 

in Change Alley in 1720. 

" The earth hath bubbles, 
as the water hath; and these 
are of them." — Macbeth, 

"The crowds were so 
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streets. In this motley throng 
were blended all ranks, all 
professions, and all parties — 
churchmen and dissenters, 
whigs and tories, country 
gentlemen and brokers. An 
eager strife of tongues pre- 
vailed in this second Babel ; 
new reports, new subscrip- 
tions, new transfers, flew 
from mouth to mouth ; and 
the voices of ladies (for 
even many ladies had turned 
gamblers) rose loud and in- 
cessant above the general 
throng." — Lord Mahon. 

" Our greatest ladies hither 
come, 
And ply in chariots daily, 

Or pawn their jewels for a sum. 
To venture it in alley." 

1847. 531 D. Maclise, Esq., R.A. 

1848. 416 Highgate Fields, during the 

Great Fire of London in 
1666. 

" The poor inhabitants 
were dispersed about St. 
George's Fields and Moor- 
fields, as far as Highgate, 
and several miles in circle, 
some under tents, some un- 
der miserable huts and 
hovels, many without a rag 
or any necessary utensils, 
bed or board, who from de- 
licateness, riches, and easy 
accommodations in stately 
and well furnished houses, 
were now reduced to ex- 
treme misery and poverty. 
... I then went towards 
Islington and Highgate, 
where one might have seen 
200,000 people of all ranks 
and degrees, dispersed and 
lying along by their heaps of 
what they could save from 
the fire, deploring their loss, 
and though ready to perish 
for hunger and destitution, 
yet not asking one penny of 
relief, which to me appeared 
a stranger sight than any I 
had yet beheld." 
587 Interview between Charles II 
and Nell Gwynne, as wit- 
nessed by Evelyn. 

" I thence walked with 
him (the King) through St. 
James's Park to the garden, 



where I both saw and heard 
a very familiar discourse be- 
tween him and Mrs. Nellie, 
as they called an impudent 
comedian; she looking out 
of her garden on a terrace, 
at the top of the wall, and 
the King wending on the 
green walke under it. I was 
heartily sorry at this scene." 
— Evelyn^ 5 Diary, 
20fl, Circus Road^ or 

14, Wellington Terrace^ 
St John's Wood. 

1849. 303 Benjamin West's first effort in 

art. ''Little Benjamin was 
placed with a fly-trap in his 
hand to watch the sleeping 
infant of his eldest sister, 
while his mother gathered 
flowers in the garden. As 
he sat by the cradle, the 
child smiled in sleep; he 
was struck with its beauty, 
and seeking some paper, 
drew its portrait in red and 
black ink." — Allan Cunning- 
ham, 
318 Daniel Defoe and the manu- 
script of Robinson Crusoe. 
" The manuscript of Robin- 
son Crusoe passed through 
the whole circle of the trade 
before it could find a pur- 
chaser; when at length ac- 
cepted, the sale was so im- 
mediate and rapid, that no 
less than four editions were 
published in as many 
months."— Zra«/i//. 

33, Harewood Square, 

1850. 350 James II in his Palace of 

Whitehall, receiving the 
news of the landing of the 
Prince of Orange in 1688. 
"He turned pale, and re- 
mained motionless; the let- 
ter dropped from his hand; 
his past errors, his future 
dangers, rushed at once 
upon his thoughtb; he strove 
to conceal his perturbation, 
but in doing so, betrayed it; 
and his courtiers in affecting 
not to observe him, betrayed 
that they did."— &> John 
Dalrymple, 
457 Isaac Walton angling — a sum- 
mer's day on the banks of 
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Ward, Edward Matthew, R,A,— con- 
tinued, 
185 1. 136 The novel reader. 

185 The Royal Family of France 
in the prison of the Temple 
Louis XVI, Queen Marie 
Antoinette, the Dauphin, 
Dauphiness, and Madame 
Elizabeth, the King's sister. 
"The Queen was obliged 
to mend the King's coat 
whilst he was asleep, in 
order that he might not be 
obliged to wear a vest in 
holes." — Lamartine. 
430 John Gilpin delayed by his 
customers. " For saddle- 
tree scarce reach'd had he. 
His journey to begin, etc." 
S, Inverness JRoad^ Bayswater, 
185a. 316 Charlotte Corday going to exe- 
cution. "Robespierre, Dan- 
ton, and Camille Des- 
moulins, had placed them- 
selves on her passage to gaze 
on her; for all those who 
anticipated assassination 
were anxious to study in her 
features the expression of 
that fanaticism which might 
threaten them on the mor- 
row. . . . Hordes of savage 
furies followed her with im- 
precations to the scaffold." 
— Lamartine. 
II, Upton Park Villas, 

Slough, near Windsor, 
1853. 396 The Executioner tying Wish- 
art's book around the neck 
of Montrose, at his exe- 
cution at the Cross of Edin- 
bro', on the 21st of May, 
1650. {The first of a series 
of eight pictures for the Com- 
mons^ Corridor in the Houses 
of Parliament; painted by 
order of the Royal Commis- 
sion) " Montrose, as proud 
of the cause in which he was 
to suffer, had clad himself in 
rich attire — more becoming 
a bridegroom, says one of 
his enemies, than a criminal 
going to the gallows! . . . 
at the foot of the scaffold a 
further and parting insult 
was reserved for him; the 
executioner brought Dr. 
Wishart's narrative of his ex- 
ploits, and his own mani- 



festo, to hang around his 
neck; but Montrose him- 
self assisted in binding them, 
and, smiling at this new 
token of his enemies' malice, 
merely said, ' I did not feel 
more honoured when His 
Majesty sent me the Garter.'" 
— Lord Mahon, 

1853. 512 Josephine signing the act of 

her divorce; scene in the 
Grand Cabinet of the Em- 
peror Napoleon, at the 
Tuileries, on the evening of 
the 1 6th of December, 1809. 
" In the centre of the apart- 
ment was placed an arm- 
chair, and before it a small 
table with a writing appara- 
tus of gold; all eyes were 
directed to that spot, when 
a door opened, and Joseph- 
ine, pale, but calm, appeared, 
leaning on the arm of her 
daughter. . . . Both were 
dressed in the simplest man- 
ner, Josephine's dress of 
white muslin exhibited not 
a single ornament; she 
moved slowly and with 
wonted grace to the seat 
prepared for her, and there 
listened to the act of separa- 
tion. Behind her chair 
stood Hortense, and a little 
further on, towards Napo- 
leon, Eugene Beauharnais, 
trembling as if incapable of 
supporting himself. . . . 
Then, sitting down, she took 
the pen from the Count Reg- 
nault de St. Jean d'Angely, 
and signed it." — Mimes, 

" Motionless, absorbed in 
his own reflections, the Em- 
peror looked on me with 
searching and anxious eyes." 
Josephine's own words. — 
Vide LenormancTs Memoirs, 

1854. 403 The last sleep of Argyle before 

his execution, a.d. 1685. 
{The second of a series of 
eight pictures to be painted 
for the Commons* Corridor, by 
order of the Royal Commis- 
sion,) "So effectually had 
religious faith and hope, co- 
operating with natural cour- 
age and equanimity, com- 
posed his spirits, that on the 



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very day on which he was 
to die, he dined with ap- 
petite, conversed with gaiety 
at table, and, after his last 
meal, lay down, as he was 
wont, to take a short slum- 
ber, in order that his body 
and mind might be in full 
vigour when he should mount 
the scaffold. At this time 
one of the Lords of the 
Council, who had probably 
been bred a Presbyterian, 
and had been seduced by 
interest to join the oppress- 
ing the church of which he 
had once been a member, 
came to the castle, with a 
message from his brethren, 
and demanded admittance 
to the Earl. It was answered 
that the Earl was asleep. 
The privy councillor thought 
that this was a subterfuge, 
and insisted on entering. 
The door of the cell was 
softly opened, and there lay 
Argyle on the bed, sleeping 
in his irons the placid sleep 
of infancy. The conscience 
of the renegade smote him." 
— Macaulay. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1855. 137 Lieut-General Hearsey in the 

dress of the Irregular Native 
Cavalry, E.I.C.S. 

1856. 75 The last parting of Marie An- 

toinette and her son. Scene : 
The prison of the Temple. 
Persons present'. The Queen, 
her son and daughter, the 
sister of Louis XVI, and the 
members of the Revolution- 
ary Committee. "At last, 
the Queen, having collected 
all her energies, seated her- 
self, drew her son near to 
her, and placed both her 
hands on his little shoulders ; 
calm, motionless, so ab- 
sorbed in grief, that she 
neither wept nor sighed. 
She said to him, in a grave 
and solemn voice: *My 
child, you are going to leave 
us: remember your duties 
when I am no longer near 
to remind you of them; 
never forget the merciful 
God who has appointed you 



this trial, or your mother, 
who loves you; be modest, 
patient, and good, and your 
father in Heaven will bless 
you.* She said these words, 
kissed her son on the fore- 
head, and gave him back to 
the gaolers." — Beauchesne, 

1856. 587 Byron's early love. ** A dream 
of Annesley Hall." 

1858. 35 The Emperor of the French 
receiving the Order of the 
Garter at Windsor, from Her 
Majesty the Queen; includ- 
ing portraits of the Prince 
Consort, the Empress of 
the French, the Prince of 
Wales, the Princess Royal, 
the Duke of Cambridge, 
Prince of Leiningen, the 
Duke and Duchess of Well- 
ington, Lady Canning, Lord 
Aberdeen, the Marquess of 
Lansdowne, the Earl de 
Grey, the Eiarl of EUesmere, 
the Bishop of Oxford, the 
Dean of Windsor, and Mas- 
ter Phipps. Painted by com- 
mand. 
154 The visit of Queen Victoria to 
the tomb of Napoleon I at 
the Hotel des Invalids, Paris: 
including portraits of the 
Prince Consort, the Em- 
peror of the French, the 
Prince of Wales, the Prin- 
cess Royal, the Princess 
Mathilde, Lord Cowley, and 
Count D'Orneno. Painted 
by command, 
488 Concealment of the fugitives, 
by Alice Lisle, after the 
battle of Sedgemoor, in the 
reign of James II — original 
design for the fresco in the 
Houses of Parliament. 
Painted by order of the Royal 
Commission. "John Hickes, 
a non-conformist divine, and 
Richard Nelthorpe, a lawyer, 
who had been outlawed for 
his share in the Rye House 
Plot, had sought refuge in 
the house of Alice, widow 
of John Lisle. . . . The 
same womanly kindness 
which had led her to be- 
friend the Royalists in their 
time of trouble, would not 
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tinued, 

and a hiding place to the 
wretched men who now en- 
treated her to protect them. 
She took them into her 
house, set meat and drink 
before them, and showed 
them where they might take 
rest. The next morning her 
dwelling was surrounded by 
soldiers, strict search was 
made. Hickes was found 
concealed in the malt house 
and Nelthorpe in the chim- 
ney." 
1859 45 Morning. 

125 Marie Antoinette listening to 
the Act of Accusation, the 
day before her trial. "On 
the 13th of October, Fou- 
quier Tinville came to notify 
to her his Act of Accusation. 
She listened to it as a form 
of death, which was not 
worth the honour of discus- 
sion. Her crime was, being 
a Queen, the consort and 
mother of a King, and the 
having abhorred a revolution 
which deprived her of a 
crown, of her husband, her 
children, and her life." 

393 Home thoughts. 

875 Design for a card, presented to 
a country benefit society by 
the artist. 
I, Kent Villas, 

Lansdowne Road, 

Not ting Hill 
1861. 148 Flora. 

169 Antechamber at Whitehall, 
during the dying moments 
of Charles II. 

" I have seen the wicked in 
great power, and spreading 
himself like a green bay tree. 
" Yet he passed away, and 
lo! he was not." — Psalm 
xxxvii, 35, 36. 

" The King found so much 
difficulty in swallowing the 
bread, that it was necessary 
to open the door and pro- 
cure a glass of water. . . . 
The whole ceremony had 
occupied about three-quar- 
ters of an hour, and during 
that time the courtiers, who 
filled the outer room, had 



communicated their suspi- 
cions to each other by whis- 
pers and significant glances. 
The door was at length 
thrown open, and the crowd 
again filled the chamber of 
death." — Macaulay, 

1862. 798 Marie Antoinette's final adieu 

to the Dauphin in the prison 
of the Temple. 

1863. 114 La Toilette des Morts. "Char- 

lotte Corday in the prison 
of the Conciergerie, while 
preparing for execution, con- 
templates her portrait just 
finished by M. Hauer." — 
Lamartine. 
199 Hogarth's studio, 1739. Holi- 
day visit of foundlings to 
view the portrait of Captain 
Coram. " Hogarth painted a 
splendid portrait of Thomas 
Coram, the grand old sea- 
captain, who spent his for- 
tune in cherishing deserted 
children, and in his old age 
was not ashamed to confess 
that he had spent his life in 
doing good. . . . We hope 
they still teach every little 
boy and girl foundling to 
murmur a prayer for Thomas 
Coram."— ^if/b. 

1864. 404 Thackeray in his study, 1844. 

1865. 258 The night of Rizzio's murder. 

" The Queen was sitting on 
the sofa, Rizzio on a chair 
opposite to her, and Murray's 
loose sister, the Countess of 
Argyle, on one side. Arthur 
Erskine the Equerry, Lord 
Robert Stuart, and the 
Queen's French physician 
were in attendance stand- 
ing. 

"Damley placed himself 
on the sofa at his wife's side, 
she asking him if he had 
supped. He muttered some- 
thing, threw his arm round 
her waist, and kissed her. 
As she shrunk from him, 
half surprised, the curtain 
was again lifted, and against 
the dark background, alone, 
his corslet glimmering 
through the folds of a crim- 
son sash, a steel cap on his 
head, and his face pale, as 
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grave, stood the figure of 
Ruthven. Glaring for a mo- 
ment on Damley, and an- 
swering his kiss with one 
word, * Judas,* Mary Stuart 
confronted the awful appari- 
tion, and demanded the 
meaning of the intrusion. 

''Pointing to Rizzio, and 
with a voice sepulchral as 
his features, Ruthven an- 
swered : * Let your man come 
forth; he has been here over 
long.' 

"•What has he done?' 
the Queen answered. *He 
is here by my will.*" — 
Froude, 

1865. 5^^ A philosopher. 

1866. 64 Amy Robsart and Leicester at 

Cumnor Hall. "Said the 
Earl: *Wilt thou share my 
state with me?' * Not so,' said 
the Countess; * I will sit on 
this footstool at thy feet, 
that I may spell over thy 
splendour, and learn for the 
first time how Princes are 
attired.' ... * The embroid- 
ered strap, as thou callest it, 
around my knee,' he said, 'is 
the English Garter, an orna- 
ment which Kings are proud 
to wear, . . . and here the 
Diamond George, the jewel 
of the order.' "— Vide Kenil- 
worth. 

1867. ^o Juliet in Friar Lawrence's cell. 

''Fri, Take thou this phial, 

being then in bed. 
And this distilled liquor drink 
thou off, etc" — Romeo 
and Juliet^ activ, scene i. 
759 Summer. 
77^ Winter. 

1868. 150 Royal Marriage, 1477. "This 

month (January) the orphan 
Lady Anne Mowbray, of Nor- 
folk Duchy, was wedded in 
St. Stephen's Chapel to the 
King's second son, newly 
created Duke of York. Of 
the goodly company there, 
beside the child-couple, I 
saw the fair Queen, gravely 
clad; King Edward near, 
and the Prince bravely at- 
tired. Opposite stood Rich- 
ard, Duke of Gloucester, 
whose brow was a frontis- 



piece to mighty thoughts. 
It was the eve of the Epiph- 
any: if the wise men who 
wended to Bethlehem like 
the match, time shall 
tell." 

"The bridegroom was in 
his fifth year, the little lady 
had just entered her fourth, 
and there was a vast amount 
of mirth at this match, which 
ended by a banquet and 
romps in the painted cham- 
ber."— Z?r. Doran, 
1869. 144 Grinling Gibbons' first intro- 
duction at Court. " I St 
March. I caused Mr. Gib- 
bons to bring to Whitehall 
his excellent piece of car- 
ving, where, being come, I 
advertised His Majesty . . . 
No sooner was he entered 
and cast his eye on the 
work, but he was astonished 
at the curiosity of it. . . . 
He commanded it should 
be immediately carried to 
the Queen's side to show 
her. It was carried up mto 
her bed-chamber, where she 
was, and the King being 
called away, left us with the 
Queen, believing she would 
have bought it, it being a 
crucifix; but His Majesty 
was gone, a French peddling 
woman, one Madame de 
Boord, who used to bring 
petticoats, and fans, and 
baubles out of France to 
the ladies, began to find 
fault with several things in 
the work, which she under- 
stood no more than an ass or 
a monkey, so as in a kind of 
indignation I caused the 
person who brought it to 
carry it back to the cham- 
ber, finding the Queen so 
much governed by an ig- 
norant French woman, and 
this incomparable artist had 
his labour for his pains." — 
EvelyfCs Diary, 

198 Beatrice "Much Ado about 
Nothing." 

223 Luther's first study of the 
Bible. " He was fond above 
all things of drawing wisdom 
from the pure fountain-head 



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Ward, Edward Matthew, R,A, — con- 
tinued, 

of the Word of God. Find- 
ing in the monastery a Bible 
attached to a chain, he was 
perpetually returning to that 
chained Bible; and little as 
he understood the Word, still 
it formed his most delightful 
reading. He would pass a 
whole day at times in medi- 
tating on a single passage. 
At other times he would 
commit to memory frag- 
ments of the prophets." — 
HAubigne. 

1869. 544 Monk declaring for a free Par- 

liament. From the fresco in 
the Common^ Corridor^ 
House!: of Parliament, 

1870. 203 Judge Jeffreys and Richard 

Baxter. " In a commentary 
on the New Testament he 
had commented with some 
bitterness on the persecution 
which the Dissenters suf- 
fered. An information was 
filed. Baxter begged that 
he might be allowed some 
time to prepare his defence; 
it was on the day on which 
Oates was pilloried in Palace 
Yard that the illustrious 
chief of the Puritans came to 
Westminster Hall to make 
his request. Jeffreys burst 
into a storm of invectives; 
* Not a minute,' he cried, * to 
save his life, I can deal with 
saints as well as sinners. 
There stands Oates on one 
side of the pillory, and if 
Baxter stood on the other, 
the two greatest rogues in the 
kingdom would stand to- 
gether.' " — Macaulay, 
363 The daughter of a King. 
"For my own part, I only 
asked for the simple neces- 
saries of life, and these were 
often refused me with as- 
perity. I was, however, en- 
abled to keep myself clean; 
I had at least soap and 
water, and I swept out my 
room every day. One day 
a man, whom I afterwards 
knew to be Robespierre, en- 
tered my cell, and after 
having examined my books, 



gazed insolently at me, and 
withdrew."— yb»r«fl/ of the 
Duchesse d*Angouleme, 

1870. 638 The acquittal of the Seven 

Bishops. From the wail 
painting in the Houses of 
Parliament, 

187 1. 182 "Anne Boleyn at the Queen's 

stairs, "Tower." " Kingston 
awaited the Queen on the 
last steps of the stairs, where 
she was given into his cus- 
tody. . . . She asked the 
lieutenant if she were to be 
taken toacell. 'No, madam,' 
replied Kingston; * but to the 
apartment which your Grace 
occupied on the day of your 
coronation. . . .' Throwing 
herself on the steps, she ex- 
claimed, 'Jesus, have mercy 
on me!' a flood of tears 
followed this pious ejacula- 
tion."— Z(>& of Henry VIII, 
by Antin, 
260 Doctor Goldsmith. " The only 
instance remembered of his 
practice was in the case of a 
Mrs. Sidebotham, described 
as one of his acquaintances 
of the better sort; whose 
waiting woman was often 
afterwards known to retail 
with what a ludicrous as- 
sumption of dignity he 
would show off his cloak 
and his cane as he strutted, 
with his queer little figure 
stuck through as with a huge 
pin by his wandering sword, 
in the sick room of her mis- 
tress. At last it one day hap- 
pened that his opinion dif- 
fering somewhat from the 
apothecary in attendance, 
the lady thought heri^the- 
cary the safer councillor, 
and Goldsmith quitted the 
house in high indignation." 
— Forster, 

1872. 182 The return from flight. Louis 

XVI, Marie Antoinette, the 
Dauphin, Dauphiness, and 
Princess Elizabeth insulted 
by the mob on their road 
back to Paris after their in- 
terception at Varenne$ by 
the postmaster Drouet. 
" At starting, the King's evil 
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He wks most strongly ad- 
vised ... to trust himself 
to the simplest and least 
remarkable conveyance . . . 
From a natural sentiment 
he disliked to be separated 
from the Queen ... so he 
gave orders for the con- 
struction of a berline, ... a 
cumbrous top-heavy vehicle, 
which required six horses to 
draw it. 

"The scheme of flight 
had failed . . . Henceforth 
the life of the monarch, of 
the Queen, of his family, the 
throne, and the safety of 
France, were at the mercy of 
the most capricious people." 
— Baillie Cochrane, 

1872. 432 The quarrel between Captain 

Absolute and Lydia Lan- 
guish. " Capt. Ads. Here 
(taking out a picture) here 
is Miss Lydia Languish. 
What a difference! there 
is the heavenly- assenting 
smile."— Sheridan, 

1873. 207 Eve of St. Bartholomew; visit 

of Charles IX, Catherine 
de M^dicis, and the Due 
d'Anjou to Admiral Coligny, 
after his attempted assassi- 
nation on the point of the 
massacre. " Charles IX, 
accompanied by his mother 
and brother, visited the suf- 
fering Coligny. During the 
visit the sombre and men- 
acing attitude of some, the 
whisperings, the goings and 
comings, the signs of want 
of respect in persons near 
the apartment, and the 
murmured conversation of 
the King with Coligny, ex- 
cited the anger of Catherine 
and her son ... On his 
arrival, the King first ordered 
the admiral's people to leave 
the room, except Teligny 
and his wife (the son-in-law 
and daughter of Coligny)." 
— Rene de BouilU, 
400 The landing of Charles II at 
Dover. Original study for 
a fresco in the corridor of 
the House of Commons, 

1874. 43 Prison of the Conciergerie, 

1795; Marie Antoinette's 



last repose. "She feared 
lest her body, exhausted by 
fatigue and weakened by 
illness, might betray her 
spirit, and, desiring to pre- 
serve the force of her 
courage, she asked for some 
food; she was supplied with 
a chicken, of which she ate 
a wing, . . . and throwing 
herself^ clothed as she was, on 
the bed, the Queen wrapped 
up her feet and slept.*" — 
De Goncourt, 

1874. 252 Charles II and lady Rachel 

Russell. "The King saw 
the virtuous and lovely 
Lady Russell weeping at his 
feet, imploring but a short 
reprieve of a few weeks for 
her condemned Lord, with 
dry eyes and a stony heart, 
though she was the daughter 
of the Earl of Southampton, 
the best friend he ever had 
in his life." — Oldmixon, 

4S2 Midsummer. 

485 Christmas. 

761 William and Mary receiving the 
Lords and Commons at the 
Banqueting House, White- 
hall. Originally drawn for 
the wcUl painting in the 
Commons' Corridor in the 
Palace at Westminster. 
"The clerk of the House of 
Lords read in a loud voice 
the * Declaration of Rights.* 
When he had concluded, 
Halifox, in the name of all 
the estates of the realm, re- 
quested the Prince and 
Princess to accept the 
crown." — Macaulay. 

"When that part of the 
address was read reflecting 
on her father (the late King), 
the Princess appeared much 
troubled." 

1875. 95 Lady Clara Vere de Vere. 

119 The Orphan of the Temple, 
Marie Th^rbse, daughter of 
Louis XVI, sketching the 
tower of her prison from the 
garden, Paris, 1795. "Since 
the arrival of Mme. de 
Chantereine, Madame was 
not more occupied than she 
had been before (for the 
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Ward, Edward Matthew, R.A.—con- 
tinned, 

mained idle). . . . Some- 
times she descended into 
the garden to trace the out- 
line of the tower where she 
had suffered so much." — 
Beauchesne, 

1875. 283 Lady Teazle, as Spinster, play- 

ing her father to sleep. 
''Lady Teazle, And then 
you know my evening amuse- 
ments, ... to read a sermon 
to my aunt, or to be stuck 
down to an old spinet to 
strum my father to sleep 
after a fox chase." — School 
for Scandal, 

681 Caught on both sides. 

789 The antiquary. 
1 1 84 Enid's first parasol. 

1876. 239 A year after the battle: the me- 

mento scene at Dinan, Brit- 
tany. 

394 The portrait. 

672 Being sketched: Rue Jezuil, 
Dinan. 

689 Jour Maigre; the fish-market, 

Caen, Normandy. 
1268 A summer's morning. 

1877. 176 Forbidden fruit. 

197 William III at Windsor. 
"Among the few existing 
relics which belong to Wind- 
sor Castle, in connection 
with William, is a paper, 
found among the records, 
granting permission to Eliza- 
beth Edwards to erect a shed 
in the gateway of the lower 
ward, that she might pursue 
her avocation as semp- 
stress, since by reason of 
great debt, . . . and having 
many children, she was will- 
ing to get maintenance for 
herself and children, . . . 
without becoming a burthen 
on the parish." 

408 The last interview between 
Napoleon I and Queen 
Louisa of Prussia (mother 
of the present Emperor of 
Germany) at Tilsit, 1808. 
"After dinner the queen 
conversed apart with Napo- 
leon, . . . and took leave, 
feeling deeply he should 
have deceived her. . . . My 
poor Queen, she is quite in 



1877. 



despair! . . . M. de Talley- 
rand is said to be the cause 
of this," — Recollections of the 
Countess von Voss, 

701 The fruit market, Caen, Nor- 
mandy. 

709 Forgotten; Court of Charles II. 



WARD, Mrs. Edward Matthew (for- 
merly Miss Henrietta Mary Ada 

Ward) Painter. 

Henrietta fVard, 

2oa, Circus Road. 

1849. 885 A study of heads. 

Mrs. E, M. Ward, 

33, Harewood Square, 

1850. 495 Result of an Antwerp market- 

ing. 

1851. 160 The pet hawk. 

178 Rowena, from Ivanhoe. 

5, Inverness Road, Bayswater, 

1852. 444 Antwerp Market. 

II, Upton Park Villas, 

Bayswater, 

1853. 107 1 The young May queen — an 

annual custom of the Village 
School at Langley, Bucks. 

1854. 582 Scene from the camp at Chob- 

ham, in the encampment of 
the 79th Highlanders. 
1081 Pets. 

1855. 34^ The morning lesson. 

1856. 330 The intruders. 

556 The May Queen — an episode 
from Tennyson's poem. 
"Little Effie shall go with 
me to-morrow to the green, 
etc." 

1857. 122 " God save the Queen." 

939 The infant daughter of the 
Rev. H. Tooke, of Upton 
Park, Slough. 

1858. 360 Howard's farewell to England 

— taking leave of his tenants 
at Cardington. "His parting 
with those humble friends 
who were never absent from 
his thoughts, however far 
away, and however deeply 
involved in his own private 
troubles, was extremely pa- 
thetic and interesting. It 
was like the parting of a 
father from his children. He 
visited every family separ- 
ately, made some kind pre- 
sent to each, and gave to all 
his last counsel and advice." 
— Hepworth Dixon^s Life of 
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Kent Villa, 

Lansdawne Road^ 

Nailing Hill 

1859. 30 An incident in the childhood 
of Frederick the Great of 
Prussia. "... It had been a 
disappointment to papa that 
his little Fritz showed almost 
no appetite for soldiering. 
Sympathise, then» with the 
earnest papa, as he returns 
home one afternoon, and 
found the litde Fritz, with 
Wilhelminalook in g over him, 
strutting about, and assidu- 
ously beating a httle drum." 
—Carlyle, 

i860. 334 The first step in life. 

1862. 583 Scene at the Louvre in 1649. 

The despair of Henrietta 
Maria at the death of her 
husband, Charles I. **The 
grief that cannot speak 
Whispers the o'erfraught 
heart, and bids it break," 

"To all our exhortations 
and arguments, the Pere 
continues, our Queen was 
deaf and insensible. At last, 
awed by her appalling grief, 
we ceased talking, and stood 
round her in perturbed 
silence, some sighing, some 
weeping, — all with mourn- 
ful and sympathizing looks 
bent on her immovable 
countenance." — Misi Strick- 
land, 

1863. 3«6 " Queen Mary quitted Stirhng 

Castle on the morning of 
Wednesday, April 23, un* 
conscious that she was tak- 
ing her last farewell of those 
royal bowers where she had 
spent her happiest days, and 
that she was neither to be- 
hold them nor her only 
child again. When she had 
bestowed her parting era- 
brace and blessing on that 
beloved object of her ma- 
ternal solicitude, she deliv* 
ered him into the hands of 
the Earl of Mar herself, and 
exacted Ht the same time 
from that nobleman a solemn 
pledge that he would guard 
his precious charge from 
every peril, and never give 
him up, under any ^etext, 
viii. 



1864. 



1S66. 



without her consent*" — Miss 
Strickland. 

5«s " The Tower, ay, the Tower." 
—Shakespiare, " He (Glou- 
cester) then brought him to 
the Bishop's palace at St, 
Paul's, and from thence hon* 
ourably through the city to 
the young King at the Tower, 
out of which they were never 
seen abroad/* — Miss Strick- 
land, 

J85 Palissy the Potter. "The potter 
had looked fomv^ard to a day 
when the result of many 
months' labour would enable 
him to meet impatient cre- 
ditors, and relieve the press- 
ing wants of his hungry and 
scanlily-clad children ; his 
hopes were high, and with 
reason; fame would recom- 
pense him for all his trials, 
and fortune would be within 
his grasp. The furnace had 
been fired, and the potter 
bided the time to bring forth 
the works that were to be 
his glories. The moment had 
arrived, the wife had gone 
out to summon the creditors 
to witness his triumph; they 
stand at the entrance ap- 
palled, whilst she exhausts 
her wrath in imprecations; 
the children gathered round, 
or stare in wonderment at 
the broken-down and miser- 
able father — for strewed on 
the ground at his feet are all 
the produce of his toil and 
his genius— deformed pieces, 
utterly valueless. The flints 
that formed the walls of the 
furnace had been detached 
by the heat, and had ruined 
the whole of the great works 
that were baking in it" — 
Mi^rley, 
1867. s»3 Scene from the childhood of 
Joan of Arc. " Her young 
heart beat high with enthu- 
siasm for her native France, 
now beset and beleaguered 
by the island strangers. Her 
young fancy loved to dwell 
on those distant battles, the 
im of which might scarcely 
"^ ' her quiet village, but 
rently hastening 
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Ward, Mrs. Edward Matthew — con- 
tinued. 

the ruin of her fatherland. 
We can picture to ourselves 
how earnestly the destined 
heroine — the future leader 
of armies — might question 
those chance travellers, 
whom, as we are told, she 
delighted to relieve, and for 
whose use she would often 
resign her own chamber, as 
to each fresh report from the 
changeful scene of war." — 
Lord Mahon, 

1868. 467 Sion house, 1553. "Lady 

Jane Grey, of retired habits 
and delicate health, on being 
addressed as Queen, trem- 
bled, uttered a shriek, and 
fell to the ground. On her 
recovery, says Lingard, she 
observed to those around 
her that she seemed to her- 
self a very unfit person to be 
a queen. . . . She refused 
to accept the title, but over- 
come at last by the entreaties 
of her mother, and above all 
by her husband, she sub- 
mitted to their wish, and 
was prevailed on to relin- 
quish her own judgment.*' 

1869. Ill Scene from the childhood of 

the old Pretender. "Four 
of the number, who were 
too much impaired in con- 
stitution to return home, 
continued at St. Germans. 
One day, when listlessly 
strolling near the iron palis- 
ades of the palace, they saw 
a boy of six years old about 
to get into a coach em- 
blazoned with the Royal 
arms of Great Britain; this 
child was the son of the 
exiled King and Queen, the 
disinherited Prince of 
Wales, who was going to 
join the promenade of the 
French court at Marie. He 
recognized the unfortunate 
emigrants, and instead of 
entering the coach, made a 
sign for them to approach. 
They advanced respectfully, 
and spontaneously offered 
the mark of homage which, 
according to the custom of 



the times, was accorded to 
persons of Royal rank by 
kneeling and kissing his 
hands, which they bathed 
with their tears. The princely 
boy graciously raised them, 
and with that touching sen- 
sibility which is often pre- 
maturely developed by early 
misfortunes, expressed his 
grateful appreciation of their 
loyalty. He told them he 
had often heard of their 
valour, and that it made him 
proud, and that he had wept 
for their misfortunes as 
much as he had done for 
those of his own parents; 
but he hoped a day would 
come that would convince 
them that they had not 
made such great sacrifices 
for ungrateful princes." — 
Miss Strickland, 

1870. 249 Going to market, Picardy. 

916 First interview of the divorced 
Empress Josephine with the 
King of Rome. "At the 
sight of this child Josephine 
experienced profound emo- 
tion. She fixed upon him 
her eyes dimmed with tears. 
. . . The little Prince re- 
turned her affection, and 
gave himself up, and all the 
gentleness and amiability of 
his character. . . . The em- 
peror heartily thanked Jose- 
phine for this testimony of 
her affection. It was a day 
of happiness to him." — His- 
toire de Napoleon 11, Due de 
Reichstadt. 

187 1. 17 The fortunes of little Fritz. 

"When Frederick was four 
years old, a remarkable 
prophecy was made concern- 
ing him. At that time many 
Swedish officers were in 
Berlin, who had been made 
prisoners at the taking of 
Stralsund on Christmas Day, 
1715. One of the officers, 
named Croom, had the re- 
putation of being able to 
read the stars, and to read 
the future in the lines of the 
hand; the whole city was 
full of his prophecies. When 
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139 



brought to hitrjj Croom fore- 
told various unpleasant cir- 
cumstances that would befal 
him in his youth, but that in 
riper years he would become 
Emperor, and be one of the 
first of princes in Europe. 
With the exception of the 
empire, all the rest of the 
prophecy was perfectly fu\- 
filled."— Xw^/^rr, 

1872. 510 The Queen's lodgCj Windsor, 

in 1786. '*Mrs, Delaney at 
Court." " 'The Queen/ said 
Mrs. Delaney, ' was graceful 
and genteel The dignity 
and sweetness of manner, 
. . . soon made me per- 
fectly at ease. . . . The 
King*s fondness for children 
is well known/ The Queen's 
affability did not prevent the 
aged lady from noticing that 
Her Majesty condescended 
to take snuff, in the admix- 
ture and scent of which she 
was curious and learned." — 
Dr, Doran. 

"The Queen had the 
goodness to make me sit 
down next to her, . . . while 
the younger part of the 
family are drawing and work- 
ing .. . the beautiful bab^ 
Princess Amelia, bearing her 
part in the entertainment 
. . . sometimes playing with 
the King on the carpet. , , . 
In the next room is the 
band of music playing/* — 
Letters of Mrs, Deianey, 

1873. 361 Chatterton, 1765. "'Each 

Saturday he, Chatterton, re- 
turned from Colston^s (the 
Bristol Bluecoat) School . . . 
and hastened home to the 
happy solitude of the attic 
he had appropriated as his 
study under his mother's 
roof. . . , His delight was 
to lock himself up in this 
little garret^ with his books, 
papers, and drawing ma- 
terials, and there , , . he is 
found with his parchments, 
great piece of ochre in a 
brown pan, pounce bags full 
of charcoal dust and also a 
bottle of black-lead powder 
. . . etc"~£>amei Wiism. 



1874. 



1875- 



1S76. 




44S The defence of Lathom House, 
"The Countess of Derby 
and her two daughters, Mary 
and Catherine, watched over 
everything. ♦ . , On one oc- 
casion, a shell burst into the 
dining-room during dinner, 
broke the glass and furni- 
ture, but injured no one. 
The children were beside 
their mother at the time, but 
did not move and scarcely 
changed colour."— t?, de 
Wiit. 

jSo The Poet's first love. "Like 
Byron, Scott, and other il- 
lustrious men, Hogg (the 
Ettrick shepherd) fell in love 
in his very childhood. He 
says . , , when only eight 
years old I was sent out to 
a height . * . with a rosy- 
cheeked maiden to herd a 
flock of new-weaned lambs. 
As she had no dog and I 
had an excellent one, I was 
ordered to keep close by 
heri and Betty had nothing 
to do but to sit and sew. » . * 
We dined together at the 
well, and after dinner I laid 
my head down on her lap, 
covered her bare feet with 
my plaid, and pretended to 
fall asleep* One day 1 heard 
her say to herself, *Poor little 
laddie, he 's joost tired to 
death,' and then I wept,**^ — 
W. Hawiit, 

4SS The hunting morning. 

5, Queen's Viiias^ WtPtdsor. 

110 Newgate, 1818, *' Mrs.Frycon- 
ducts her young friend, Mary 
Sanderson, for the first time 
to visit the female prisoners. 
The latter thus describes the 
scene — ' The railing was 
crowded with half- naked 
women struggling together 
for front situations with the 
Hlmost vociferation ;' and 
;he adds that she felt as if 
she were going into a den of 
wiJd beasts*" 

34 i The ugly duclding. ** The 
tBQtbei diii:k t£3ok her young 
brood^Mo the water/' 

#1 Triuoem^^^^Aj of Wales* 
^*^4^P^K ^cr tisual 




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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ward, Mrs. Edward Matthew — con- 
tinued. 

ant, she saw a boy very 
ragged in his attire, sitting 
under a hedge, crying, and 
faint from a wound on his 
right hand. . . . She pro- 
ceeded to bind it with her 
pocket-handkerchief when 
she was arrested by her at- 
tendant. ' No harm can hap- 
pen to me,' said the lovely 
child: *for have I not read 
in my Bible, that He who 
was greater than any earthly 
King, healed the wounds of 
the leper, and shall I not 
follow His example and bind 
the wounds of this poor 
ho^r'—Huish. 
GUnaray Lodge, Windsor, 

1878. 380 One of the last lays of Robert 

Bums ("Oh, wert thou in 
the cauld blast ")• "The lady 
(young Jessy) relates that 
one morning she had a call 
from the poet, when he 
offered, if she would play him 
any tune of which she was 
fond, and for which she de- 
sired new verses, to gratify 
her in her wish. . . . She 
played over several times 
the air of an old song. . . . 
Burns sat down, and in a 
very few minutes he pro- 
duced the beautiful song of 
* Oh, wert thou in the cauld 
blast.' The anecdote is a 
trivial one in itself, but we 
feel that the circumstances, 
the deadly illness of the 
poet, the beneficent worth 
of Miss Lewars, and the 
reasons for his grateful de- 
sire of obliging her, gave it 
value."— Z?r. Robert Cham- 
bers, 

1879. 1394 Melody. 

6, William St., Lowndes Square, 

1882. 57 J Winter. " All that lives must 

die. Passing through nature 

to eternity." — Hamlet, act i, 

scene 2. 

3, Chester Houses, 

Chester Square. 

1889. 974 A primrose dame. 

1890. 948 Shut out 

1893. 627 "Possession's nine points of 
the law." 



\ 



1903. 689 Dining-room, Kent House, 

Knightsbridge. 

1904. 148 Dining-room, Kent House. 



WARD, Edwin Arthur Painter. 

10, Upper Cheyne Row. 

1884. 13 "Shy." 

1885. 733 Zaidee. 

1886. 857 Nancy. 

13a, Bhmfield Place, Pimlico. 

1888. 848 Mre. Howse. 

1036 Katie, daughter of Thos. 

Howse, Esq. 
1085 W. H. Willans, Esq. 

1889. 8 Frederick Charlesworth, Esq. 

1890. 601 Alfred Mellor Watkin, Esq. 

43, Bloomsbury Square. 

1897. 260 Robert Leake, Esq. Presenta- 

tion portrait. 
7, Waldegrave Gardens, 

Strawberry Hill. 

1898. 569 Mei Suji San, Tokyo. 

26, Stafford Place, 

Buckingham Gate. 

1899. 170 George Marshall, Esq. Pre- 

sentation portrait. 
1 90 1. 128 Profile of a lady. 

726 St. John Harmsworth, Esq. 
1903. 25 Richard Lee, Esq. 



WARD, Enoch Painter. 

Greenheys, 

Murray Road, 

Northwood, Middlesex. 

1897. i39» The Castle of Thun. 

1898. 1462 "When fans for a penny." 

"Summer is queen in the 
length of the land. When 
fans for a penny are sold 
in the Strand." — Andrew 
Lang. 

1899. 1 58 1 Patriarch of the village. 

1903. 1385 Afternoon Service, Westmin- 

ster Abbey. 

1904. 901 Magdalen Bridge, Oxford. 



WARD, Miss Eva M Painter. 

Kent Villa, Lansdowne Road. 

1873. 1044 In the Royal guardroom, 1720. 

1874. 698 My pet 

1875. 97 The bouquet stall; fancy 

bazaar. 
358 Absent. 

59, Boulevarde L^Enfir, 

Paris. 
1879. 972 Fisherman's home — ^Trdport 
1434 Bait-hunting — Tr^port. 



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141 



WARD, Miss Flora Painter. 

Kent Villa^ Landsdowne Road. 
1872. 68 Articles of virtd. 
1^73* 492 Bachelor's breakfast. 
1874. 1387 The bridal mom. 

" When once the young heart 

of a maiden is stolen, 
The maiden herself will steal 
after it soon, etc." 

— Moore, 

WARD, F. E Architect. 

37, Donegal Place^ Belfast, 
1893. 1576 Millburn House, Coleraine. 

WARD, Frederick James... Architect. 
Albert Buildings^ 

Mansion House, 
1874. 1 1 39 Poultry Chambers, Queen Vic- 
toria Street 

WARD, G Architect. 

At Mr, BrowfCs^ 

Wells Street. 
1 824. 875 Interior of Hampstead church. 

WARD, George Painter. 

Deanery Gate^ 

Rochester^ Kent, 
1904. 1029 Caudebec-en-Caux. 

WARD, George Raphael. 

Engraver and Miniature Painter. 

6, Newman Street. 
1 82 1. 446 Portrait of Jet, the property of 

S. Browne Keene, Esq. 

1823. 862 Portrait of a lady. 

881 do. gentleman. 

1824. 652 W. Shearman, Esq. 

20, Newman Street. 

1825. 681 Portrait of a lady. 
682 do. do. 
77 » do. do. 

7, Newman Sircei. 

1826. 599 Lord Southampton. 

1828. 704 H. Shearman, Esq. 
713 Miss Miles. 

1829. 9<'5 James Shearman, Esq. 

1832. 702 — Green, Esq. 

784 The Marchioness of Tavistock. 
31, London Sirett. 

1833. 577 Portrait of a gentleman. 
630 R. Carpenter Smith, Esq. 

1834. 625 Miss Chaplin. 
626 The Rev. Frederick Wickharn. 
632 T. H. Peile, Esq. 
721 Thomas Jarvis, Esq. 
742 Captain Ricketts^ R.N. 
812 John Chaplin, Esq. 



30, Fitzroy Square. 

1835. 781 Mrs. Gourdez. 

1836. 750 Portrait of a lady. 

833 do. gentleman. 

1837. 774 — Ward, Esq. 

1838. 965 Mrs. Charles Hancock. 

1839. 821 Miss Jarvis. 

1854. 1049 Lucy. After A. E. Chalon, 

R.A. " Pure as a star, when 
only one is shining in the 
sky." 
1050 Rev. — Chapman, D.D. After 
T. Phillips, R.A. 

1855. 1027 His Eminence Cardinal Wise- 

man. After J. R. Herbert, 
R.A. 

1856. 1047 Tyndale translating the Bible 

into English. After Alex- 
ander Johnston. Engraved 
for the Art Union of Lon- 
don. 

1857. 1174 " Righteous spirits." After E. 

H. Wehnert "The sister 
spirits soar to realms above, 
etc." 

1858. 1130 Rev. F. Wickham. After J. P. 

Knight, R.A. 
1 160 Mrs. Fitz-Gerald. After Sir T. 
Lawrence, P.R.A. 

38, Fitzroy Square. 

1859. 1228 William Jones, Esq., M.D., 

etc., Ross-na-g'aer, Holy- 
head. After J. P. Knight, 
R.A 

i860. 920 Lord Mount Edgcumbe. After 
J. Sant. 
942 Sir Lawrence Peel. After F. 
Grant, R.A. 

1861. 956 Earl Seafield, Laird of Grant, 
and his son. Viscount Reid- 
haven. After F. Grant, R. A. 

1863. 99* Thomas Brown, Esq., Ebbw 
Vale, Monmouthshire. After 
J. P. Knight, R.A. 

1S64, Si a Lady Matilda Butler, daughter 
of the Countess of GlengalL 
After J. Swinton. 

WARD, Mrs. George Raphael (for* 
merly Miss Mary Webb. 

Miniature Paintcn 
7, Ntwman Street. 
706 Miss Hanbury. 
774 Miss S* Tempest. 
711 Mrt. De Mcditia. 
Soj Portmii of a child* 
S;© Mii£ EUloL 

mt FOftrall 01 




142 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ward, Mrs. George Raphael — con- 
tinued, 
1830. 
1831. 
1832. 



1834. 



1835. 



1836. 

1837. 
1838. 
1840. 

1841. 
1843. 



1846. 
1847. 

1848. 
1849. 



881 S. Hancock, Esq. 
741 Portrait of a lady. 
705 Portraits of the children of 

Thomas Harson Peile, Esq. 
634 Samuel Hancock, Esq. 
643 Mrs. Tempest. 
650 Colonel Tempest. 
662 Miss Tempest. 
670 Miss Sarah Chaplin. 
804 Miss Henrietta Tempest. 
624 Mrs. Bolton. 
642 Rev. Mr. Chaplin. 

30, Fitzroy Square. 
711 W. T. Wells, Esq. 
778 MissLeadham. 
822 Miss Sharpe. 
717 !• C. Sharpe, Esq. 
853 Portrait of a lady. 
735 Mrs. F. P. Hewott. 
948 Portrait of Henrietta Ward 

and her favourite Guinea 

Pig. 
842 Attie. 

855 Portrait of a lady. 
879 Thomas Paratt, Esq. 
935 Portrait of a child. 
790 do. lady. 
(See Miss Mary Webb.) 



WARD, George W Architect. 

27, Connaught Road^ 

Harlesden, 

1884. 1 21 3 Design for Shops, etc. 

1 2 14 do. Country house. 

1885. 1876 A country house. 

85, Ruckledge^jAvenue^ 

Harlesden. 
1887. 1620 A gatehouse and bridge. 
30, Mosiey Street^ 

Newcastie-on- Tyne. 
1900. 1686 Church, Newcastle-upon-Tyne. 

WARD, H., Junr Architect. 

Eastwood House^ Hanley. 
1 85 1. 299 Design for public baths. 

WARD, Henry Architect. 

8, Bank Buildings^ Hastings. 
1900. 1786 Pulpit for St Stephen*s, Bex- 
hill. 
1854 Church of St. Stephen, Bexhill. 

WARD, Herbert. 

Painter and Sculptor. 
53, Chester Square. 
1895. ^^7 Study in stiU life. 



1895. 685 
690 

1898. 900 

1899. 513 



1900. 399 

»957 

1902. 1656 

1903. 1722 



A tankard of ripe lamb's-wool. 
Study in still life. 

Lamboum Place^ Berks. 
Tony Lumpkin. 
A bookworm. 
I, Woronzow Road Studios^ 

St. John's Wood. 
A peep at Rabelais. 
An Aniimi type; head, bronze. 
A Congo girl; head, bronze. 

53, Chester Square. 
Sleeping Africa; statuette, 
bronze. 



WARD, James, R.A. 

Painter and Engraver. 
20, Winchester Row. 

1792. 123 Christmas Carrol. 
141 Gathering cowslips. 
354 Haymakers at rest. 
356 Rocking-horse. 

1793. 41 A drake; study from nature. 
42 A Guinea pig; study from 

nature. 
145 Feeding pigs. 
218 Inside of a cow-house. 
272 A dog stealing. 
587 Tyger snarling over his prey. 
(Painter and Engraver in Mezzotint to 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales.) 
10, Bow Street, 

Covent Garden. 
144 Aland storm. 

13, Southampton Row, 
Paddington. 

44 A fancy pigeon. 
122 Selling rabbits. 
267 Harrowing. 

I, Paddington Turnpike. 

40 Condemned calf 
151 Thunder storm. 
180 Idle boys. 
193 Coursing. 
477 Farrier's shop. 
172 Portrait of a Staffordshire cow. 
183 do. do. bull. 

23 1 Portraits of a lady and children. 
Bull bait 

14, Southampton Row, 
Paddington. 

Cattle in a storm. 
Miss Walken. 
117 Cattle. 
172 Portrait of an Aldemey cow. 
209 Lion and tiger fighting. 
216 Woodman and gypsies. 
1799- 594 Portrait of a child. i^Miss 
Walker, afterwards Mrs. 
Musgrceoe.) 
630 Sunset. 



1794. 



1795. 



1796. 



1797. 



1798. 



308 



55 

104 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



143 





6, Newman Street, 


1808. 558 Rabbits. 


1800. 


42 Portrait of a cow; the property 


1809. 10 Portraits of Granadillo, a brood 




of R. Dyott, Esq. 


mare^ and Skyscraper colt, 




1 1 1 View of Chudleigh. 


the property of T. Crook, 




511 Portrait of a lion in the Tower. 


Esq. 


I80I. 


9 Gleaners. 


37 Portraits of a gentleman and 




29 Conversation. 


his keeper, with his favourite 




200 Portrait of a Devonshire Ox. 


horses and dogs. 




201 Portrait of a cow of the long- 


46 Pigs. 




homed breed 


Ill A Suffolk mare; a study from 




289 The bird keeper's repast. 


nature. 


1802. 


131 The mother. 


132 Portrait of S. J. Pratt, Esq., 


1803. 


281 A Norman bull. 


author of Sympathy, Glean- 




698 Cattle. 


ings, etc. 


1805. 


8 Grousing on the Rouabon 


142 A Shetland poney; a study 




Hills, with portraits of dogs, 


from nature. 




etc., the property of Sir 


165 Asses waiting the return of 




W. W. Wynne, Bart. 


fishing-boats. 




12 Portrait of a charger; the pro- 


173 A straw-yard. 




perty of Sir W. W. Wynne, 


18 10. II Cattle in a storm. 




Bart. 


75 An heath ewe and lambs. 




40 do. do. 


84 Portrait of the Hon. C. B. 




294 Sheep-washing; a scene in 


Phipps and his favourite 




Wales. 


poney. 


1807. 


7 Waggon horses frightened at 


108 Landscape and figures. 




lightning. 


178 Cattle. 




65 An old shepherd. 


211 Portrait of Eagle, a celebrated 




163 Pigs. 


Stallion. 




243 landscape and figures. 


306 A swine-herd. 




266 Melrose Abbey, on the river 


(Elected R.A.) 




Tweed; Mebrose bridge and 


181 1. 21 Portrait of an Arabian, the 




the pavilion, the seat of the 


property of Viscount Clive. 




Rt. Hon. Lord Somerville; 


40 Portrait of a terrier, the pro- 




in the distance the Selkirk- 


perty of Sir A. Hume. 




shire hills. 


56 The Mouse's petition. " hear 




323 Littleden Tower, on the 


a pensive prisoner's prayer, 




Tweed ; Merton, the seat of 


etc."— il/3rj. Barbauld. 




Hugh Scott, Esq.; and the 


76 Portrait of a fat Staffordshire 




Eildon hills, at the foot of 


ox, the property of R. Dyott, 




which stands Melrose. 


Esq. 




463 The Infant Christ embracing 


107 The sand-pit. 




the cross. 


148 Portrait of Litchfield, the pro- 




512 A landscape. 


perty of Lord Lowther, late 




607 Portrait of a terrier ; the pro- 


of R. Dyott, Esq. 




perty of — St Aubyn, Esq. 


208 The obstinate ass. 




(Elected A.R.A.) 


489 Portrait of the Rev. T. Lovett, 


1808. 


29 The dairy maid. 


and favourite dogs; cock- 




161 Fall of Phaeton; a finished 


shooting. 




sketch. " But Phaeton, his 


18 1 2 87 Portrait of a favourite hackney, 




yellow hair seized by the 


the property of Lord Brook. 




flames, tumbles headlong. 


too Portraits: Banker, a favourite 




and shoots through a long 


hunter, twenty-five years old, 




tract of air, as when, in a 


and Victory, a foxhound of 




serene sky, a star falls." — 


Lord Vernon's pack, the 




Ovid. 


property of T. Lovett, Esq. 




210 Harlech Castle. 


1 1 7 Portraits of Blackthorn, a brood 




aai Cattle. 


mare, with Old Jack, a 




236 Fighting horses. 


favourite poney, the property 




3 54 A cow-layer — evening after rain. 


of E. Mundy, Esq. 




523 Tigers. 


118 Portraits of Children. 



144 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ward, James, R,A, — continued, 

1812. 144 Portrait of a favourite horse, 

the property of the Marquis 

of Huntley. 
160 Portraits of a gentleman, his 

keeper, shooting poney, and 

dogs. 
396 J. Nichol, Esq. 

18 13. 60 A favourite hunter, the pro- 

perty of Lord Maynard. 
93 Portrait of Judgment, late the 

property of Viscount Deer- 
hurst. 
142 Dogs, the property of T. L. 

Parker, Esq. 
152 A hunter, the property of the 

Hon. J. Coventry. 
165 A charger, the property of 

Gen. Sir C. Stewart, K.B. 
272 Oswald, the property of Lady 

R. Deerhurst. 
292 Walton, the property of Sir J. 

Shelly. 
305 Phantom, the property of Sir 

J. Shelly. 

1 8 14. 57 Portraits of Luke Kenny, aged 

ninety-six, and Kate, his 
wife, aged eighty-eight, who 
have lived in the woods up- 
wards of fifty years, and 
brought up a family of eight 
children in the hut repre- 
sented, which they erect in 
various parts of the wood, in 
which they may have occa- 
sion to follow their employ- 
ment, being that of burning 
charcoal. 

117 Portrait of a favourite grey- 
hound, the property of T. F. 
Heathcote, Esq. 

132 Portrait of a Shetland poney, 
the property of the Hon. J. 
Coventry. 

4«9 The straw-yard; a sketch. 

656 A bittern. 

663 A heron. 

1815. 148 Portraits of Prince Platoff's 

favourite charger, and of 
four of his Cossacks. 

168 Portraits of a charger and a 
favourite poney, the property 
of Lord Stewart. 

255 A View of Gardale, in the 
manor of East Malham in 
Craven, Yorkshire, the pro- 
perty of Lord Ribblesdale. 

300 Portraits of two extraordinary 
oxen, the property of the 
Earl of Powis. 



1816. 24 
128 

,38 

168 

187 



«95 
276 

307 
122 



1817. 



138 



151 



167 

>74 
207 

as* 

*37 

475 

48s 

1818. 154 

292 



1819. 185 

3*4 



sot 
1820. 7 



30 



View of Bradby Cedar. 

Evening: Boar hunting in the 
East Indies. 

Twilight: Boar hunting in the 
East Indies. 

Morning: Boar hunting in the 
East Indies. 

Noon: Boar hunting in the 
East Indies. 

Portraits of two ladies of quality. 

Miss Man. 

Portraits of a nobleman and a 
favourite Shetland poney. 

Miss Bean. 

The descent of the swan seek- 
ing his own element, an 
allegory; painted to illustrate 
a poem entitled, "The 
Social Day." 

The favourite spaniel watching 
the tomb of her deceased 
mistress; painted to illus- 
trate a poem entitled, " The 
Social Day." 

Portraits of Luke Kenny, aged 
ninety-six, and Kate, his 
wife; two remarkable char- 
acters of Alderswaslie, Der- 
byshire; a study. 

Portrait of Wasp, the property 
of R. Ludgate, Esq. 

Portrait of a bloodhound. 

Walton, the property of Sir J. 
Shelly, Bart. 

Portrait of a Newfoundland 
dog. 

A cottage in Wales. 

Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. lady. 

Portraits of T. Levit, Esq., and 
a favourite hunter. 

Portrait of an Arabian, the 
property of the Earl of 
Powis. 

The Rev. J. A. Busfeild, D.D. 

Portrait of Dash, a favourite 
spaniel, the property of Lady 
Frances Vane Tempest. 

Master Bean. 

Portrait of Leopold, a cele- 
brated race-horse, the pro- 
perty of J. G. Lambton, 
Esq., M.P. 

Portrait of Dr. S3mtax, a cele- 
brated race-horse, the winner 
of four gold cups at Lan- 
caster, five at Preston, one 
at Middleham, and one at 
Richmond, the property of 
R. Riddel, Esq. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



145 



2l6 



249 
»55 



3J7 



594 



1820. 197 Portrait of a favourite Cos- 

sack horse, the property of 
the Duke of Northumber- 
land. 

Portrait of a favourite Persian 
horse, the property of the 
Duke of Northumberland. 

Wm. Lynn, Esq. 

Portrait of Taff, a favourite 
dog, the property of Arthur 
Stanhope, Esq. 

Fox-hunting: Calling the 
hounds out of cover. Por- 
traits of Ralph Lambton, 
Esq., his horse. Undertaker, 
and hounds. 

Portrait of a dog, taken when 
a puppy, from the French 
baggage, after the battle of 
Vittoria. 

182 1. 173 Portrait of a favourite hunter, 

the property of Edm. Yates, 

Esq. 
Portrait of Rover, a favourite 

spaniel, the property of the 

Earl of Powis. 
do. do. 

Portrait of a favourite mare, 

the property of J. Harrison, 

Esq. 
Portrait of a favourite horse, 

the property of the Earl of 

Powis. 
Portrait of Haphazard. 
The Boa serpent seizing a 

horse, portrait of Adonis, 

the favourite charger of His 

late Majesty, George the 

Third; a study for a large 

picture. 
1823. 164 Portraits of horses, the property 

of J. Allnutt, Esq. 
The deer-stealer. 
Portrait of Bob, a favourite old 

horse, the property of J. P. 

Baxter, Esq. 
Portraits of a favourite horse- 

and dog, the property of the 

Rt. Hon. C. Arbuthnot, 

M.P., etc., etc. 
A favourite old hunter, the 

property of Unwin Heath- 
cote, Esq. 
Soothsayer, a celebrated race 

horse, late the property of 

H.M. George IV. 
Ferrets in a Rabbit warren. 
Portrait of Colonel Sir John 

Leicester, But, eierdsiiig 



330 



443 
1822. II 



«94 

280 
5*9 



*93 
456 



534 



1824. 



*3 

80 
"7 



1824. 



1825. 



1826. 




Yeomanry on the sands at 
Liverpool. 

237 Portrait of Princess Royal, a 
celebrated racing-mare, the 
property of Sir Thomas 
Mostyn, Bart. 

357 Portrait of Copenhagen, the 
horse rode by the Duke of 
Wellington at the Battle of 
Waterloo, whose dam was 
rode as a charger by General 
Grosvenor at the siege of 
Copenhagen, when in foal 
of the colt which afterwards 
became the distinguished 
war Horse of the illustrious 
Wellington at the Battle of 
Waterloo, and which carried 
the Duke that day fifteen 
hours. 
10 A^(t?«/am/, the favourite charger 
of his most gracious Majesty 
King George the Fourth. 

22 Monitor^ the property of H.M. 

King George the Fourth. 
91 Brood mares — the Queen of 
Diamonds, the sister of 
Rozan, and Lupino, the pro- 
perty of Sir Thomas Mostyn, 
Bart., M.P. 

195 Donaldy the property of Philip 
Gell, Esq. 

349 Moses^ the property of H.R.H. 
the Duke of York. 

23 Battle near Boston, Lincoln- 

shire. "The Earl of Man- 
chester's horse charged Hen- 
derson and his troops with 
such courage that in less 
than half an hour's fight, 
they were all routed and run 
for their lives, although they 
were two for one. 

" I may not omit to relate 
the valour of Sir Thomas 
Fairfax, who, when they 
viewed the energy, and saw 
the great odds in their num- 
ber, was so much the more 
moved with undaunted cour- 
age, saying, 'Come, let us 
fall on; I never prospered 
better than when I fought 
against the enemy three or 
four to one.' — Also that cour- 
ageous Cromwell, whose 
horse in the first assault was 
killed under him; and when 
he was mounting on another 
horse was again knocked 
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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ward, James, R. A. --continued, 

down, yet by God's Mercy 
escaped without any wound." 
— Vide Cromwelliana, 

1826. [134 A favourite horse and poney, 

the property of the Duke of 
Newcastle. 

ai9 Marengo, the barb charger, 
rode by Napoleon Bona- 
parte at the battle of Water- 
loo. The back-ground, em- 
blematic of his master's 
downfall. 

ft76 A favourite hunter. 

1827. 61 The Norfolk phenomenon. 
64 Sides all. 

195 An Italian Greyhound, the pro- 
perty of Lady Agnes Buller. 

ao4 The day's sport. 

305 A favourite shooting poney. 
Retriever, and spaniel, the 
property of Lord South- 
ampton. 

318 Portrait of Smolensko. 

359 Persian sheep. 

1828. 33 A bull of the Aldemey breed. 

133 Portrait of a favourite hackney, 

the property of John Wells, 
Esq. 

134 The woodman's companions. 
139 An ass of the Spanish breed. 
179 The retriever. 

223 A cow of the Aldemey breed. 
298 Portrait of a favourite hunter, 

the property of Peter Hes- 

keth, Esq. 
302 L'amour du Cheval. 

1829. 21 Portrait of Augusta, the pro- 

perty of the Marquess of 
Exeter. 
X830. 53 The fall of Phaeton. "But 
Phseton, seized by the flames, 
falls headlong, and shoots 
through a long track of fire, 
as in a serene evening a star 
falls." 
81 A Maltese ass and a mule foal, 
with her former ass foal in 
the background. 
98 A Spanish ass with her English 
foal. 

135 Venus rising from her couch. 
2$o Portrait of the artist's mother, 

when in the eighty-first year 
of her age. 
326 Diana at her bath disturbed by 
Actseon. 
Roundcroft Cottage^ 

Cfushunt^ Herts. 
1831. 292 Portrait of the artist 



1832. 94 The strong and the weak twin. 

1833. '^ Contention. 

108 Beaumont, near Cheshunt, 
Herts, the residence of Mat- 
thew Munt, Esq. 

150 The moment. 

234 Portrait of a lady. 

254 Avaiella Oliveria Cromwell 
Russell, only child of the 
late Achimidorus Cromwell 
Russell, and last lineal de- 
scendant of the Protector, 
Oliver Cromwell. 

304 Mameluke, the property of 
John Theobald, Esq. 

463 The eflfect of disobedience. 
"And when the Prophet 
that brought him back from 
the way heard thereof, he 
said, It is the man of God 
who was disobedient to the 
word of the Lord, therefore 
the Lord hath delivered him 
unto the lion, which hath 
torn him and slain him 
according to the word of 
the Lord, which he spa^e 
unto him." — \st Kings^ xiii, 
26. 
1 834* 34 Duncan's Horses. "And Dun- 
can's horses, a thing most 
strange and certain, etc." — 
Macbeth, act 2, scene 4. 

211 Portrait of an Arabian. 

290 The Yeldham oak at Great 
Yeldham. This oak is men- 
tioned in the Essex Court- 
Rolls of the Manor, nearly 
six hundred years ago. Vide 
Wrights History of Essex, 
" First a seedling hid in grass; 
Then twig, then sapling, and 

as century roU'd 
Slow after century, a giant 
bulk, eic:'—Cowper. 

1835. 212 The high and low-conditioned 

ewe. 

1836. 37 Portraits of Reformer, Blucher, 

Tory and Crib, the property 
of Rowland Alston, Esq., 
M.P. 
131 Numps returning from market 
" Then chubby cheek, all Sun- 
day's dress in. 
Will homeward trudge with 
uncle's blessing." 
370 The struck eagle, as described 
in tributary verses upon the 
death of Henry Kirke White 
by Lord Byron. "So the 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



147 



struck eagle stretch'd upon 
the plain, etc." 

1837. 100 Portraits of a shepherd and his 

dog, also of two rams, the 
property of Rowland Alsten, 
Esq., M.P. 
192 View of Oxford, taken from 

Rose hill, 
los Change of pasture. 
215 Plenty; study of a head for the 
Waterloo allegory. "She is 
absorbed in a rapture of 
thankfulness in the prospect 
of being about to pour out 
her full horn upon Britannia 
and her attendants." 
296 The repast. 

"Repose, outstretched on par- 
ent earth. 
Quaffs the ale, rebounds the 

mirth. 
And sense of strength receives 
new birth." 

— F. Seclusion, 
319 Portrait of Dash, the property 
of the artist. "HI sing about 
my little dog, etc." 
418 Sympathy. 

"Each hand, brim full, plays 

in the breeze, 
An emblem of the pure heart's 
ease, etc." 

— F, Seclusion. 
446 Intercession. " Father, forgive 
them, for they know not 
what they do." — Luke^ xxiii, 
34. The first of the seven 
expressions uttered by the 
Saviour at his crucifixion. 

1838. 86 The weird sisters. "And that, 

distilled by magic sleights, 
etc." — Macbeth^ act iii, 
scene 5. 
87 The triumph over Sin, Death, 
and Hell. "It is finished." 
— St,John^ xix, 38. 
96 The last struggle of Sin, Death, 
and Hell. "I am the light of 
the world." — St. John, viii, 5. 
"But this is your hour, 
and the power of darkness." 
— St. Luke, xxii, 53. 

124 Roundcroft Cottage, the artist's 
residence. "And it shall 
come to pass in that day, 
that the tight shall not be 
clear nor dark, etc." — Zech- 
ariah, xiv, 6, 7. 

S4« The fair crop. " My little plot 
of ground stands snug and 



low, etc." — Vide Cottage 
Garden, by Rusticus. 
1838. 263 The fair show. "Some trim, 
young, and dandy rich citi- 
zen's wife, etc" — Vide Mar- 
ket Morning, by Rusticus. 

281 Ignorance, Envy, and Jealousy, 
filling the throat and widen- 
ing the mouth of Calumny, 
endeavouring to bear down 
Truth. "As an unshaken 
pyramid founded on a rock, 
e^cP — Vide the Don, by 
Mohis Burrowhill. 

483 Tickling the ear. "He can 
paint a bull's head, a pig, 
or a donkey, etc." — Vide the 
Bull Fight, by Btdgerit 
Baitum. 
1840. 88 Curiosity. 

240 Drying the legs. 

270 Love flying from Sensuality 
and Dissipation. 

277 The J 's nest. 

" Say they that happiness lives 
with the great? 



Where'er she lays, she finds it 
a J— -y's nest." 
1843. 426 Nonpareil. His Majesty King 
George the Fourth's Favorite 
charger. 
440 Adonis. His Majesty King 
George the Third's favourite 
charger. 
1843. 9 Virgil's bulls. The bull and 
heifer are the aborigines 
breed of this country, called 
the Chillingham breed, the 
other bull the Alderney, or 
Norman. 
"The soft seducer, with entic- 
ing looks, 
A beauteous heifer in the wilds 
is bred, etc" 

^^Drydet^s Virgil. 
43 Out of hearing. 
110 Meeting the sun. 
154 Beauty and Sprite, the property 

of Miss Latham. 
136 Enjoying the breeze. The 
breeds of cattle intended are 
the Chillingham, the Here- 
ford, the Dutch, the Alder- 
ney, and a cross between the 
Alderney and the Zebu. 
44S The contrast 
482 The evening blush. 
503 A gleam in the storm. 
1845. 142 Sand asses. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ward, James, R.A. — continued, 

1845. '4^ Peace. 

153 Duck weeds. 

163 What is it? 

172 What a beauty! — the back- 
ground the residence of Mr. 
Wistear, thecelebrated feeder 
of Herefordshire oxen. 

187 The barrow pig. 

218 Coal works, the property of 
Ralph Lambton, Esq., as 
seen from a window in Bar- 
ton House, Durham. 

247 The torn lamb. "He sees a 
lacerated lamb of another 
flock, his heart bleeds with 
it." — Sentimental Journey, 

1846. 172 Union. 

190 The Devil's Bridge. 
216 Quietude disturbed. 

232 " Nature's sweet restorer, balmy 

sleep." 

233 A friend in need. 

354 Sheep-shearing — taking offtheir 

clothes. 
443 Waiting the weather. 
511 Portrait of the artist. 

1847. "° The discomfiture of King 

Charles II at the Battle of 
Worcester. " They fought in 
the very gate. The King 
came out and acted bravely; 
but his principal officers ran 
away from him, in so much 
haste, as nearly to overturn 
him and his horse. He called 
to several of them by their 
names; General Lesley was 
one of them. The Duke of 
Hamilton was killed by a 
broken leg." 

Oliver Cromwell is com- 
manding upon the heights, 
where he placed his cannon 
and bombarded the town, 
which was covered with the 
slain. Cromwell's party kept 
the line; the King's party 
was all in confusion. This 
battle was decisive; after 
which, Charles was compelled 
to get into an oak to avoid 
his pursuers. 
87 Thesnarlers. "Go! lay down!" 

145 The vision of Myrza. Vide 
Spectator. 

158 Conway castle and town, before 
the bridge was made. 

283 A Mill in Wales. 

443 The grandmother. 



1847. 
1848. 


469 

3S» 


1849. 


S6 
134 




170 
♦»9 



503 
558 

1850. 260 

343 



357 



387 



423 



679 



934 



Going out. 

The council of horses. Vide 
Gay's Fables. 

Sympathy. 

Showery weather, near Mid- 
summer. 

The com stack. 

Renton, in Scotland, looking 
to Ben Lomond, the birth- 
place of Smollett, with the 
pillar erected to his memory. 

A dewy morning— Sir Robert 
Howard's duel of the Stags, 
2nd battle, written in the year 
1728. "The mighty enemies 
now meet at length, etc" 

Owen Glendower's Parliament 
House, North Wales, as in 
the year 1802. 

Gethsemane. "And being in 
an agony he prayed more 
earnestly, etc." — St. Luke^ 
xxii, 44. 

Bethany, the next day after 
raiding Lazarus. " Much 
people that were come to 
the feast, when they heard 
that Jesus was coming to 
Jerusalem, took branches of 
palm trees and went forth 
to meet him." — St, John^ 
xii, 12, 13. 

The baptism. "And Jesus, 
when he was baptised, went 
up straightway out of the 
water, etc." — St, Matthew^ 
iii, 16. 

Age and Infancy. " And Abra- 
ham was an hundred years 
old when his son Isaac was 
born unto him." — Genesis^ 
xxi, 5. 

The Star of Bethlehem. " And, 
lo, the angel of the Lord 
came upon them, etc." — 
St, Luke, ii, 9, 13, 14. 

The look to Peter. "And the 
Lord turned and looked 
upon Peter." — Luke, xii. It 
is assumed that the eye of 
the mind of Peter was im- 
pressed with what he had 
seen upon Mount Tabor. 
The crown of thorns is now 
become his crown of glory. 

Purity cherishing love. 

" If me you ne'er grieve 

But most ardently cherish, 

You I never will leave. 

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1 85 1. 22 Destroying the hornet's nest 
"Poor insects! 'tis cruel to 
bum them. Why? they are 
no use, and they drive the 
horses mad." 
153 Separation. 
536 Hope, in the troubled ocean 

of life. 
587 Trees : the purple beech, ilex, 

spruce, fir, and the willow. 
648 The house in which Smollett 
was born, on the river Leven, 
near Renton, Scotland. 
677 The double triumph: Sin, 
Death, and Hell under- 
mining the Rock of Ages. 
688 Measure for measure; the 

biter bit. 
702 Age and infancy; the Spanish 
grandfather and English off- 
spring. 
Lambs of the first year. ''The 
beginning and the ending." 
Old Careful. 

Daniel in the den of lions. 
The hunted stag, caught by 
the rapids above the Fall of 
the Clyde. 
Listening to advice. "I tell 
you, if you do not do this, 
that will be the conse- 
quence." 
The Fall of the Clyde after a 

flood. 
The old Dutch cow. 
Carting seaweed. 
Heart's-ease. 
The bad day. 
Teetotal beer and beef. 
The shepherd and bird-keeper. 
1092 Peebles Castle, Scotland. 

1854. 449 Mr. Rudall. 

1855. 238 The morning grey, with cattle 

of different breeds. 



1852. 67 

269 

303 
364 



1853. 



493 



1125 

93 

3»7 

484 

807 

1019 

1066 



WARD, James Painter. 

J, Wardy 7, Newman Street 

105 Sir C. Macdonald Lockhart, 

Bart. 

63, Upper Charlotte Street, 

18 Mrs. Gulliver in her 104th 

year. 
228 J. Gandy, Esq. 

20, New Bond Street, 
444 R* J* Hawley, Esq. 
64 Portrait of a clergyman. 
40 Mary Noble of Penrith, Cum- 
berland, in her 107th year. 
43, Gerrard Street, 
215 The village ballad singer. 



1817. 



1818. 

1819. 

1820. 
1822. 
1823. 



1826. 



83, Dean Street. 

1828. 460 Portrait of a clergyman. 

1829. 195 Jane Shore at the door of 

Alicia. 
"It was not always thus; the 

time has been, 
. . . when this good house 
Has poured forth all its 
dwellers to receive me." — 
Jane Shore^ act v, scene 2. 
1 83 1. 182 Venetian state prisoner. 
351 Trudging to school. 

WARD, James Decorative Artist. 

4, Essex Villas^ Barnes, 
1886. 1 58 1 Design for a frieze in glass 
mosaic. 

1888. 1909 Design for ceiling of boudoir. 

Tvy Lane, Macclesfield. 

1889. 114$ Design for a portion of a 

frieze. 
1893. 1687 Wood notes; relief. 

WARD, James Charles Painter. 

28, Gloucester Street, 

Commercial Road East. 
1836. 233 Fruit. 

WARD, John Painter. 

8, Richmond Buildings, 

Dean Street, Soho. 

1808. 137 A calm. 

302 Landscape and figures. 

1809. 216 A twilight near Kingston. 

272 A View on the Thames near 
Datchet. 

1 8 10. 346 Old cottages on the banks of 

the Thames. 

181 1. 438 View on the Thames from 

Vauxhall wharf. 

181 2. 43 Landscape and cattle. 

1 8 13. 364 Interior of a blacksmith's shop 

in Stanwell Moor. 
409 A cottage scene from nature. 

18 1 5. 61 Scene on the banks of the 

Med way. 

1 816. 365 Interior of a cottage by fire- 

light. 

181 7. 213 A blacksmith's shop. 
680 A sea beach — morning. 

1818. 395 The Thames from Lambeth. 

1 81 9. 286 View on the Thames by moon- 

light. 
344 Scene on the Thames near 
Vauxhall. 

1820. 48 Landscape and figures; study 

from nature. 
316 Interior of an ale house. 



ISO 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ward, John — contimud, 

182 1. 337 Brighton beach, near West 

Street. 
356 View from WantclifF, York- 
shire. 

1822. 42 Brighton beach, looking to- 

wards Rottingdean. 
100 The Beach at Brighton, look- 
ing west towards Worthing 
point. 

1823. 129 Scene on the coast of Sussex. 
1023 Master Peacock. 

1824. 502 Old buildings at Bristol. 

1825. 56 Moon rising— scene at Bristol. 

1826. 390 Vessels in a fresh breeze. 

1827. 331 Moon rising. 

64, Newman Street, 

1828. 82 Hungerford Market, Strand. 

8, Richmond Buildings^ 

Dean Street, 

1829. 385 An effect of moon rising — 

scene on the Thames. 

1830. 579 Boats in a gale. 

1 83 1. 302 Dutch coast. 
416 Dover pier. 

103, High Street, HulL 
304 Seapiece. 

8, Richmond Buildings, 

1832. 472 Boats off the coast of Flanders. 

1833. 68 Vessels in a fresh breeze. 

1835. 899 Hotel de Ville, St. Omer. 

1836. 28 Moon rising. 

1837. 45 A coast scene. 

23, North Street, Hull, 

1840. 14$ Northern whale fishery; p)or- 

traits of the Swan, one of 
the vessels so long frozen 
up in the Arctic regions, and 
the Isabella, formerly com- 
manded by Captain Ross 
when on discovery, and 
afterwards commanded by 
Captain Humphreys at the 
time he rescued that dis- 
tinguished navigator. 

1 84 1. 121 Shipping piece. 

1842. 225 Stern View of H.M.S. Britan- 

nia, 120 guns. 
226 Bow view of H.M.S. Britannia, 
120 guns. 

967 A ninety-gun ship. 

968 A first-rate of 1 10 guns. 

1843. 295 A breeze. 

5$2 H.M.S. Britannia and Pique. 
664 H.M.S. Pique, Nautilus, and 

Greyhound. 
1275 A calm. 
1847. 357 Vessels of War at Spithead. 

4, Compton Terrace, Islington, 
1855. 1013 Elizabeth Castle, Jersey. 



1857. 961 View from Richmond HilL 

1858. 639 From the quay at Antwerp. 
930 Sion House. 

1 86 1. 898 At Cromer, Norfolk. 

WARD, Mrs. Katharine M.... Painter. 
9, Dordrecht Mansions, 

Haarlem Road, 

1893. 9S4 Rhododendron azalea. 

1894. 103$ Azaleas. 
1179 Flags. 

WARD, Leslie Painter. 

Kent Villa, 

Lansdawne Road, 

Notting Hill, 
1868. 1 147 Wriothesly Russell Ward, 
second son of E. M. Ward, 
R.A. 

1870. 737 Hall at Knebworth, Herts, seat 

of Lord Lytton. 

187 1. 876 The mourner; study in Christ 

Church, Hants. 

1872. 1316 Wriothesley Russell Ward. 

1873. 1077 Study from nature. 

1874. 1x36 Beatrice Ward. 

6, William Street, 

Lowndes Square, 

1875. 658 Miss Eva Mariana Ward. 

800 Thomas Buchanan Carter, son 

of J. Carter, Esq., Eton 

College. 
1879. 1444 Emily, daughter of Tom 

Chappell, Esq. 
1 88 1. 993 Mrs. Miller Mundy of Shipley 

Hall, Derbyshire. 
1883. 1052 Miss Eva Ward. 

WARD, Martin Theodore ... Painter. 
8, Winchester Row, 

Paddington, 

1820. 41 A terrier, the property of a 

gentleman. 
598 Vixen, a favourite terrier, the 
property of the Rt. Hon. 
Charlotte Denys. 

24, Winchester Row, 

1 82 1. 44 Portrait of Tippoo, a favourite 

spaniel, the property of the 

lady of the Rev. T. Lyster, 

of Oldbury, Shropshire. 
117 Portrait of a favourite terrier, 

the property of E. Tunno, 

Esq. 
160 Portraits of Bob and flora, the 

property of C Clark, Esq., 

of Bridgenorth. 

1822. 157 Portrait of Frisk, a favourite 

Spaniel, the property . of 
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1822. 377 Portraits or two Alpine M^tiffs, 

the property of Sir T. J, T. 
Jones, Bart,, of Stanley HaU, 
Shropshire* 

1823. 478 Portrait of Faddle, a favourite 

Spaniel the property of the 

Rev. Sir Charles Anderson, 

Bart. 
985 Returning from shooting. 
1824. . 260 Portrait of Horace, a Corsican 

greyhoundj the property of 

E. Tunno, Esq, 
394 A study of pointers. 
414 Portrait of Mahomet, a Bedouin 

Arabian, the property of a 

gentleman. 
485 The village well. 
1825. 18 Portrait of a favourite mare, 

the property of J» Barber, 

Esq. 
45 Portrait of Flora, the property 

of F. R. West, Esq., of Cul- 

ham Court, 
370 Portrait of a favourite hunter, 

the property of Captain 

Bayard. 

WARD, Melville S Architect. 

66, Victoria Street. 
1903. 1598 House at Hatch End. 

WARD, T , Painter, 

48, New Compton Street, 

1819. 3S0 A cat's head. 

1820. 375 Study for the head of a hermit 
1822. 43 The Adage. 

Dufour^s Fi(U€, 

Golden Square, 

1830. 293 Juvenile depredators. 

67, Frith Street, 
541 Water millj Christ's church, 
Hants. 

1 83 1. 411 Study of a laoghing girL 

1832. 321 A child at a toilette. 
1837. 575 Sea piece. 

63, Frith Street^ Saho, 
1840. 565 Landscape. 

WARD, Thomas ... Architect. 

St, FauVs C/cse, dapham. 
1884. 1328 An artist's cottage. 

WARD, William, A.R.A, 

Engraver and PainteTif 
10, Wiih Street, 

Oxf&rd Sinet 
1785. 523 Portrait of a lady. 

19, Winchester R&it*, 

Faddingian, 
^795- 353 Portrait of a lady. 



1796. 



1798. 



1799, 



661 
668 

707 
194 



433 Portrait of a lady. 

461 do. do. 

Deiancey Flace^ Camden Taii^n. 
Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 
do. do. 
do. a child. 
8, Smtthampion Row^ 

Faddington. 

1803. 197 Tuition. 

(Mezzotinio Engraver to H.R.H. the 
Duke of York.) 
24, Buckingham Fiace^ 

Fit%roy Square. 

1804. J 00 The favourite cat 
5^7 Going to bed. 

1809. 3^7 Miss No yes. 

(Engraver to T.R.H. the Prince Regent 

and the Duke of York.) 

582 Mr. Evansp of the Chapel 
Royal. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

4c8 Eurydice hurried back to the 
infernal regions; from a pic- 
ture by H, Thomson, R.A. 
{Laiin gtwiaiicn/ro^m VirgH.) 

406 The Rl Hon. N. Vansittart, 
Chancellor of the Exchequer. 
After W. Owen, R.A. 

418 H.R.H. the Prince Regent 
After T, Phillips, R.A. 

Sit The late Marquis of Bucking- 
ham. After J. Jackson, R.A. 

594 Patrick Brydone, Esq., F.R.S., 
author of a tour through 
Sicily and Malta. After 
A. Geddes. 
18 1 9, 489 D' Wiikie, R.A. After A. 
Geddes. 

495 W. Smith, Esq., formerly of the 
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. 
After J. Jackson, R.A. 
I $30. 457 Mrs. Braddyl), from a picture 
by her son. 

59d W. Williams, Esq., M.P., Pro- 
vincial Grand Master for the 
County of Dorset. After 
H. W. Pickersgill. 

417 Portrait of a gentleman. After 
T. Stewardson. 

{This portrait is either 
Gad/rey Sykes^ puMshed in 
J 8a 3, or Thomas Chambers, 
Mngraved /or the Dyers' 
Company in 1 8 2 1 . ) 

41 S Gen, Sir Robt. Brownrigg, 
Bart., G.C.B. AfterJ.Jack- 
^•on, R.A. 

4tl William Foster Pigott, D*D,, 
F.A.S,, Fellow of Eton 



1813- 



1815. 



t8i6. 



1817, 
1S18. 



tSii. 



l8l3. 



1813. 



152 



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Ward, William, A.R.A.— continued. 

College. After Sir W. 
Beechey, R.A. 

1824. 818 The Rt Hon. Lawrence, Lord 

Dundas. After J. Jackson, 
R.A. 
819 The Rev. William Rowes, A.M. 
After J. Jackson, R.A. 

12, Momington Crescent. 

1825. 4*6 D. Sykes, Esq., M.P. After 

J. Jackson, R.A. 
429 The Hon. B. Bouverie, M.P. 
After J. Jackson, R.A. 

1826. 417 Daniel Jarvis, Esq. After 

J. Jackson, R.A. 

WARD, Mrs. William (formerly Miss 
Maria Morland). See M, voL v, page 
295- 

WARD, William Architect. 

I, Richmond Place^ Southwark. 

1853. 1 181 Buildings at Belmont, Vaux- 

hall. 

1854. 1178 View of the Towers of West- 

minster, taken from St. 
George's Road, Southwark. 
26, Brooksley Street^ Islington. 
i860. 705 The Market House, Rochford, 
Essex. 



WARD, William Painter. 

51, Elmore Street^ Islington. 

1863. 761 Birches. 

19, Trafalgar Square^ 

Twickenham. 

1864. 638 A dead Kingfisher. 

1865. 630 Fruit. 

680 A pheasant. 

1866. 742 A bit of colour. 

1867. 7*^ A pretty pair. 

1868. 733 A bit of colour. 
1870. 556 do. do. 

671 A wood-pigeon. 
1872. 864 Willows on the Colne. 

1874. 794 A bit of colour. 

2, Church Terrace^ Richmond. 

1875. 744 Sunset at Mont St. Michel. 
760 Sunset at Burnham. 

1876. 645 At Twickenham. 
767 Bumham Common. 

860 Spring at Bumham Beeches. 

WARD, William H Painter. 

Balsall Heathy Birmingham. 
1855. 1390 Flowers and fruit. 
i860. 376 Fruit, with pyefinch's nest. 



WARD, William H Architect. 

Blandford Mansions^ 

East Street, W. 
1898. 1687 House and Cottage, Iver, 
Bucks. 

28, Theobald's Road, JV.C. 
1900. 1770 The steep house, Keswick. 

1903 New Rectory, Harston, Leices- 
tershire. 

1902. 1388 Boathouse on Derwentwater. 
1398 Gardens of High Moss, near 

Keswick. 

1903. 1529 Harston Rectory, near Grant- 

ham. 
1534 House at Harrogate. 

WARD (W. H.) and AYRTON (O. M.) 

Architects. 

28, Theobald's Road, W.C. 
i903« 1527 Two houses at Claygate, 
Surrey. 

WARD and HUGHES. 

Stained Glass Painters. 
67, Frith Street, Soho. 

1885. 1782 Design for a memorial window 

at Llangedwyn church, 
Wales. 
1873 Design for a memorial window 
in Temple Church. 

1886. 1563 Windows on north side of 

St. Botolph's church, Alders- 
gate. I. Christ in the House 
of Lazarus. 2. Christ, the 
Good Shepherd. 3. Christ 
and Mary in the garden. 
1573 Windows on the south side of 
St. Botolph's church, Alders- 
gate. I. Christ and the 
woman at the well. 2. The 
Call of St. Andrew. 3. Christ 
blessing little children. 4. 
The Presentation in the 
Temple. 

1887. ^70$ MemorialwindowforSt. James's 

church, Piccadilly. 
175* Part of a series of windows in 
the Rajah's new palace at 
Kolapur. i. Sivajee's sur- 
render to Jey Sing. 2 . Si vajee 
and Sumbajee, his son, es- 
caping from Delhi in baskets. 
3. The goddess Bhowanee 
in the temple of Purwuttum, 
interposes to save Sivajee 
from sacrificing himself. 

1888. 1737 Window in the North Gallery, 

St. James's church, Picca- 
dilly. Christ healing the 
blind. Westley memorial. 



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153 



1889. 


1907 


T890. 


1874 




1902 


I89I. 


"753 


1892. 


1709 



1888. 1738 Window in the North Gallery, 
St. James's church, Picca- 
dilly. Christ raising Lazarus. 
To commemorate the bi-centen- 
ary of the consecration of the 
church, 

1904 Window in St. James's church, 
Piccadilly. The offerings of 
Cain and Abel. 

1905 Window in St. James's church, 
Piccadilly. The visit of 
Isaiah to King Hezekiah 
when sick. 

Thorpe Malzor church: south 
chancel window. 

Three windows in St. Botolph's 
church, Aldersgate Street 

West window, north aisle, St. 
Benedict's church, Ardwick, 
Manchester. 

Weston Underwood church, 
Bucks, restoration of the old 
glass in the east window. 

One of a series of windows, 
south side, British Church, 
Moscow. 
1795 Window, west end, north aisle, 
Stanford-Le-Hope church, 
Essex. 
1833 South window of transept, St 
Mary's Church, Plaistow, 
Kent. 
1840 Selby Abbey, Yorkshire, re- 
storation of old glass of 
great east window, according 
to the original design. 
1895. 1412 Lichfield Cathedral, north 

transept window. 
1897. 1777 Design for stained glass win- 
dow, Hobart Hampden Me- 
morial, St. Mary Magdalene's 
church. Great Hampden, 
Bucks. 
1899. '797 St. Mary Magdalene church, 
Great Hampden, east win- 
dow — John Hampden me- 
morial. 

WARDELL, H. S Sculptor. 

23, Newman Street, 

1 85 1. 1354 Portrait bust of a lady. 

1852. 1403 Posthumous bust of the late 

Rev. T. J. O'Sullivan, of 
Hampstead. 

WARDELL and LITTLEWOOD. 

Architects. 
16, Bishopsgate Street Within. 
1844. 1233 Richmond Mechanics' In- 
stitute. 

VIII. 



WARDEN, Mrs. A. See Miss Eva B. 
Pyne, voL vi, page 219. 



WARDLE, Arthur Painter. 




9, Crowndale Roady 




OcUclty Square. 


1880. 


902 Study of cattle on the banks of 




the Thames. 


1884. 


1204 Early spring. 


1885. 


649 Left in charge. 


1887. 


732 The trysting-place. 




1313 Little Miss Muffet "When 




down came a spider, etc." 


1888. 


777 " It might have been." 




866 Interested. 


1889. 


838 Hush! 




1014 Thro' the trees. 




1234 Jezebel. "She is a king's 




daughter." — 2 Kings^ ix, 34. 


1891. 


1260 Panthers resting. 




1279 Midnight prowlers. 


1892. 


189 Deer stalkers. 




767 Parted. 




845 111 news. 




1 172 Panthers snarling over their 




prey. 




34, Alma Square^ 




St. John's Wood. 


1893. 


91 A siren. 




100 Stealth. 




419 Harmony. 




691 A bride; portrait. 




105 1 Footsteps. 


1894. 


137 A fable. 


1895. 


126 Deerstalkers. 




222 A fairy tale. "All seemed to 




sleep, the timid hare on 




ioroi:'— Scott. 




321 Polar bears at play. 


1896. 


3 On the moors — resting. 




769 In the depths of the forest. 




955 Lions attacking a Cape buffalo. 




1191 Leopards drinking. 


1897. 


181 Diana. 




389 The tiger pool. 




1065 Snow leopards. 


1898. 


647 A spring idyll. 




777 On the hills. 


1899. 


3*5 Jaguar and macaw. 




682 The flute of Pan. 


1900. 


26 A morning drink. 




329 An idyll of Summer. 




1163 Scavengers. 


1901. 


46 "The order of the bath. 




362 Tigers disturbed. 




459 The enchantress. 




1080 "To-morrow will be Friday." 


1902. 


5$ A sea monster. 




400 Puma and turkey. 




545 Mrs. Wardle. 

X 



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Wardle, Arthur— ^^/i«««/. 

1903. no In a South American swamp. 
352 Stalkers. 

436 The storm siren. 

1904. 829 "Got him!!!" 

840 Fate. Purchased for the Chan- 
trey Bequest for ^^315. 

WARDLE, F Painter. 

Ill, Vi liters Roady 

WilUsden Green. 

1 89 1. 417 November. 

WARDLOW, Alexander Hamilton. 
Miniature Painter. 
Pembroke Villa, Acton. 

1884. 1490 Portrait on ivory. 
1493 do. do. 

1885. 1550 A portrait 

1886. 1353 Rev. C. M. Harvey, M.A. 
1369 Madame Lambert. 

1887. 141 3 Portrait of a lady. 

1888. 1568 Miss M. Lamont. 

1889. 1670 Mrs. A. H. Wardlow. 

1890. 1529 Portrait of a gentleman. 

62, Enmore Park, 

South Norwood. 

1892. 1335 Evelyn. 
1399 Willie. 

1893. 1266 Eugenie. 

Branxholm, Woodside, 

South Norwood. 

1898. 1330 Mrs. Frederick Packman. 

1899. 1294 Violet. 

WARDLOW, Miss Annie. 

Miniature Painter. 
Pembroke ViUa, 

York Road, Acton. 

1887. 1353 "Take a pinch?" 

1888. i$7i A candidate for the Society of 

Lady Artists. 

1890. 1509 Mignon. 

62, Enmore Park, 

South Norwood. 

1891. 1475 Vera, daughter of W. B. Her- 

vey, Esq. 
1490 Lily and Madeline, children of 
the Rev. G. S. de Sausmarez. 

WARDLOW, Miss Mary Alexandra. 
Miniature Painter. 
Pembroke Villa, Acton. 

1885. 1546 The late J. Andrewes, Esq. 

1886. 1349 Portrait of a lady. 

1887. 1391 Ivy; portrait. 

1888. 1 49 1 "Roses are her cheeks, and a 

rose her mouth." 

1889. IS75 Miss Annie Wardlow. 



6a, Enmore Park, 

South Norwood. 

1 89 1. 1460 Irene, daughter of W. Van- 

derbyl, Esq. 

1892. 1400 Twins. 

WARE, Charles E. See Stokes and 
Ware, vol. vii, page 272. 

WARE (C. E.) and STOKES 

(Leonara) Architects. 

13, Holland Street, Kensington. 
1 88 1. lois Church of the Sacred Heart, 
Exeter. 
1019 do. do. do. 

1 108 do. do. do. 

WARE, Samuel Architect. 

S. Ware,Junr., Highgate. 
1799. 959 Design for a temple. 

St. John Street, Clerkenwell. 

1802. 1044 West front of the Temple of 

Fame. "There might you 
see the lengthening spires 
ascend, etc." — Pope. 

1803. 993 A national edifice to com- 

memorate British heroism. 
39, Craven Street. 

1806. 869 Design for a monument to be 

erected in Ireland, to the 
memory of the late Lord 
Nelson. 

1807. 1073 A mill and wool manufactory. 

\\,John Street, Adelphs. 

1809. 776 The aqueduct proposed to be 
erected in the Stratford 
Valley. 

181 1. 799 Perspective view of a house 
and offices near London. 
839 Design for Bethlem Hospital. 

1 8 14. 684 View of Lismore Castle, Ire- 
land, the seat of the Duke of 
Devonshire. 

WARING, F Architect. 

25, Haymarket. 
1826. 948 Design for a mausoleum. 

WARING, Henry Franks. 

Architect. 
10, Priory Road, 

Bedford Park. 
1 90 1 . 1191 A Suffolk homestead. 

9, Maddox Street. 
1903. 1548 Small house in the country. 

WARING, John Hurley ... Architect. 
36, Ormond Chambers. 
1846. 1212 Sketch of the mural monumen 
to Doge Marcello, Venice. 



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155 



1846. 1229 Reminiscences of Pompeii, a 
design for a painted panel. 
19, Grovt Place, Brompton, 

1854. 1 24 1 Design for a monument to 

commemorate the great Ex- 
hibition of 1 85 1. 

1855. 1241 A design. 

22, Edward Street. 

1856. 1158 View of quadrangle of Palazzo 

Praetoria Pistali, Tuscany. 
1859. 1070 A Design for a National In- 
stitute of Arts and Science, 
adapted for the site of 
Buiiington House, Picca- 
dilly. 



WARING (S. J.) and SONS. 

Architects. 
46, Bold Street, JJverpooL 
1889. 1944 Design for dining saloon of a 
steam yacht. 

181, Oxford Street, W. 
1897. 1926 Dining room, Dutch Renais- 
sance. 



WARMAN, W Painter. 

I, Parade, Pentonville, 
1826. 693 Mrs. W. Warman. 



WARN, Miss E. Baldwin. 

Miniature Painter. 
14, Meadow Studios, Bushey, 

1900. 1435 Portrait of a lady. 

1520 do. the daughter of 
Lady Victoria Dawnay. 

1 90 1. 1407 Portrait of a lady. 

141 1 do. gentleman. 

Ery holme Cottage, Bushey, 

1902. 1 194 Ranald Graham Durrant, 

Esq. 
1904. 1250 A study. 

125 1 Miss Dorothy Harrold. 

WARN, Miss Lizzie B. 

Miniature Painter. 
14, Meadow Studios, Bushey. 
1899. 1265 Portrait of a lady. 
1 3 16 Mrs. Mace. 



WARNE, Miss Amy C Painter. 

132, Kyverdale Road, 

Stamford Hill. 
1900. 321 A study of fruit 
1902. 497 Fruit. 

649 A study of fruit. 



WARNE-BROWNE, Alfred J. 

Painter. 
33, Belsize Road. 
1892. 897 Cornish wreckers. 

{See also under Browne, vol. i, 
pages 315, 316.) 

WARNER Miniature Painter. 

\, Pall Mali 
1788. 279 Frame containing a fancy head; 
portrait of Dr. Smith and 
head of Hannibal. 

WARNER, G. E Gem Engraver. 

22, New North Street, 

Red Lion Square. 
1^43. 1373 Dog and pheasant; impression 

from an intaglio. 
1847. 1309 Portrait of the late Lord Byron, 
an impression from corne- 
lian. 
1313 Portrait of the Duke of Wel- 
lington; an impression from 
cornelian. 

WARNER, Thomas... Gem Engraver. 

Highgate. 

1790. 684 Jupiter and Leda. 

1 791. 663 Paris and Helen directing 

Cupid to inflame their hearts 
with love. 

1792. 247 A figure of Venus. 

5, Church Street, Soho. 

1807. 916 Cast from intaglio engraving; 

H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 

1809. 674 Portraits of the late Captain 

Bettesworth, Lord Nelson, 
and Mr. Pitt. 

9, Newman Street. 

1 8 10. 600 Portraits of Dr. Anderson and 

Mary Queen of Scots. 
7, Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 

1812. 642 Casts from intaglios; Head of 

Apollo, portrait; Head of 
Ariadne, greyhounds. 

1813. 547 Casts from intaglios. 

194, Tottenham Court Road. 

1814. 395 Impression from an intaglio, 

in memory of a fatal accident 
which happened near Chep- 
stow - bridge, Monmouth- 
shire. 

1815. 840 Jupiter and Leda; an impres- 

sion from an intaglio. 
182, Terrace, 

Tottenham Court Road. 
181 7. 976 Greyhounds; Head of Cleo- 
patra, head of Apollo, and 
hunting subject. 



156 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Warner, Thomas— con/inued. 

1820. 978 Portrait of her late R.H. the 
Princess Charlotte of Wales. 
I0I4 The Graces. 

103 1 Portrait of the deceased B. 
West, Esq., late President 
of the Royal Academy. 
1043 Portrait of Her late R.H. the 

Princess Charlotte. 
949 Casts from intaglios. 
943 Cast from an intaglio; p)ortrait 

of the late Lord Byron. 
979 Portrait of His Majesty; cast 

from an intaglio. 
491 Portrait of His late R.H. the 
Duke of York; a cast from 
an intaglio engraving. 



1823. 



1824. 
1825. 

1826. 

1828. 



WARNER, 

1822. 956 
962 

1823. 1012 
1032 
1042 

1825. 934 



1826. 
1827. 


964 
I04I 


1828. 


1094 


1829. 


1068 




1069 


I83I. 


1073 


1832. 


1056 


1833- 


1043 


1838. 


571 




579 




581 



W Gem Engraver. 

10, Letgh Street^ 

Red Lion Square, 

Portrait of His Majesty; im- 
pression from an intaglio. 

Pointer dog; impression from 
an intaglio. 

After a painting by Guido Reni ; 
impression from an intaglio. 

Mare and foal; impression from 
an intaglio. 

Portrait of Bacon, Lord Veru- 
1am; impression from an 
intaglio. 

Portrait of Buonaparte; im- 
pression from an intaglio. 

22, New North Street^ 

Red Ldon Square. 

Impressions from intaglios. 

His late R.H. the Duke of 
York; an impression from 
an intaglio. 

Frame containing casts from 
intaglio gems. 

A dock company's seal; an 
impression from cornelian. 

The Earl of Eldon; an impres- 
sion from cornelian. 

Liberty; an impression from 
an intaglio. 

Milton; an impression from 
an intaglio. 

Buonaparte and H.R.H. the 
late Duke of York; impres- 
sions from intaglios. 

The late Sir Walter Scott; an 
impression from cornelian. 

A horse; an impression from 
cornelian. 

Shakspeare ; an impression 
from cornelian. 



1846. 1376 Ariadne; an impression from 
cornelian. 
138$ H.M. Louis Philippe; an im 
pression from cornelian. 



WARNER, W.R.Junr. 

Gem Engraver. 
W, Warner^ Junr,^ 

22, New North Street, 
1 84 1. 1 133 Pointers; impression from a 
comehan. 
1 137 Head of Her Majesty; impres- 
sion from a cornelian. 
W. R. Warner, 

47, Snargate Street, 

Dover, etc, 
1844. 1252 Impression from a cornelian, 
the seal of the Art Union of 
London. 

55, Rupert Street, 
1^45. 1307 A hussar; an impression from 
red cornelian. 
1308 A dragoon; an impression from 
bloodstone. 



WARRE, Miss M Sculptor, 

Bindon, Wellington, Somerset, 
1868. 1079 Henry Warre, Esq. 



WARREN, Albert Henry ... Painter. 
I, New Court, Temple, 
1865. 663 Study of Holly. 



WARREN, B. Edward Painter. 

24, Upper Phillimore Place, 
1863. 821 A pollard oak. Hay's Common, 
Kent. 
6, Brooklyn Road, 

Shepherd's Bush, 
187 1. 7H A Surrey woodland scene. 



WARREN, Charles Painter. 

18, Oxford Street, Chelsea. 
1833. 520 Church gate, Cheshunt, Herts. 

WARREN, Claude Painter. 

28, St, Paul's Road, Islington. 
1887. 943 A Suffolk landscape. 

WARREN, C. Knighton Painter. 

46, Queen's Road, 

St, John's Wood. 
1878. 37 Spring time. 



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157 



1879. 


3+8 




1249 


1880. 


«4 


I88I. 


•367 




1405 


1882. 


»37 




796 


1883. 


57« 


1884. 


85. 


1885. 


70s 


1886. 


ios 




4S0 


1887. 


293 




558 




589 


1889. 


262 



559 

1890. 818 
1892. 369 



After the dance. 

Lily. 

Mrs. Baumann. 

An Egyptian musician. 

Mrs. J. Moore Graham. 

A guard of the Royal Hareem. 

The Marchioness of Tweeddale. 

A hymn to Osiris. 

The late Duke of Buccleuch, 
K.G. 

The Marquis of Tweeddale. 

The Marquis Tseng, Chinese 
Minister, awaiting officials 
on New Year's Day, a cus- 
tom in China, 

James Williamson, Esq. 

C. J. Lambert, Esq. 

Executioner to the Moorish 
Court. 

G. A. Butler, Esq. 

John Jones, Esq. Presentation 
portrait, 

Rameses the Great and his 
queen playing a game of 
draughts. 

A Bedaween chief. 

9, IVoronzow Road. 

Felix Joseph, Esq. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 



WARREN, Mrs. C. Knighton ([Ger- 
trude M.) Painter. 

46, Queen^s Road^ 

St. John's Wood. 
1885. 1660 A study. 

1889. 1742 do. red chalk. 
1762 do. black chalk. 

1890. 1672 The age of innocence. 

1675 "I think when I read that 

sweet story of old." 
1681 Study. 

9, IVoronzow Road. 
1892. 1528 A study. 
1536 The sisters. 
1570 The beauty of innocence. 
31, Queen's Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1894. 1439 "If fairy tales were true." 
Daisy, daughter of Frederick 
Sass, Esq. 
1463 Saint Agnes. 

"We know the Holy Inno- 
cents 
Laid down for Him their in- 
fant life, 
And martyrs brave and patient 

saints 
Have stood for Him in fire 
and strife." 



WARREN, Edmund George, R.I. 

Painter. 
I, Phiilimore Gardens. 
1874. 16 In the New Forest. 

" Genius of the Forest shades! 
Lend thy power and lend thine 

ear, 
A stranger treads thy lonely 

glades 
Amidst thy dark and bounding 
deer, QtQ''—Bloomfield. 

WARREN, Edward Prioleau. 

Architect. 
S, Staple Inn^ Holbom. 

1888. 1734 New barge for Magdalen Col- 

lege, Oxford. 

18, Cowley Street. 

1893. 1542 Church of St. Columba, Wan- 

stead Slip. 

1894. 1620 Elmhurst,Christchurch, Hants. 
1683 Church of St. Clement, Brad- 
ford, Yorkshire. 

1895. 1562 Interior of a church, etc. 

1896. 1591 Church of St. Oswald, Fulham, 

interior. 

1606 Church for a London Suburb. 
1899. 1658 Church of St. Martin, Bryans- 
ton, Dorset. 

1867 The East Gate Hotel, Oxford. 

1872 Drinking fountain, St. Cle- 
ment's, Oxford. 

1 901. 1632 Bedales School, Petersfield. 

20, Cowley Street. 

1902. 1559 Shops, High Street, Oxford. 

1903. 1461 St. Peter's Church, Lowestoft. 

1904. 1589 House in Kensington Palace 

Gardens. 

WARREN, Frances Bramley (Mrs. 

Burroughs) Painter. 

46, Queen's Road, N. W. 

1889. 978 Relics of the past. 

WARREN, G Painter. 

1 814. 286 Landscape and Cattle. 

WARREN, Henry, K.L Painter. 

5, Eliza Street, Pimlico. 

1823. 99 Love among the roses. "The 

Graces there were culling 
posies And found young 
Love among the roses." 
4, Regent Street, Chelsea. 

1824. 311 Scene on the Honddy river at 

Llanthony, Monmouthshire; 
a sketch painted on the spot. 

1825. 875 The young morning star ac- 

companied by his four 
moons. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Warren, Henry, K,L. — continued. 

1826. 514 Tempe. 

"They saw in Tempe's vale 

her native tnaids, 
Amid the festal -sounding 

shades, 
To some unwearied minstrel 

dancing 
While as his flying fingers 

kiss'd the strings, etc." — 

Collins, 

76, Coleshill Street. 

1828. 19 Cottage, from nature. 

10, Robert Street. 
1S33. 243 Mill at Northfleet, Kent. 
2, Gloucester Grove West^ 

Old Brompton. 
1839. 7*^ John Martin, Esq., painter of 
Belshazzar's Feast, etc. 

WARREN, H. Broadhurst... Painter. 
Hillside^ Roxbury^ 

Boston, U.S.A, 
1887. 936 A spur of Mount Adams, New 
Hampshire, U.S.A. 

WARREN, J Crayon Painter. 

Bath, 
1777. 3*« Four portraits in crayons. 

WARREN, R. W Painter. 

Brewer Street, Woolwich. 

1827. 200 A study from nature. 

36, Red Lion Square. 

1829. 340 Rev. G. Morley. 

509 Major von der Rogerrie zu 
Pfefferkom. 

1830. 185 Portrait of a gentleman. 

WARREN, Miss Sarah M.... Painter. 
Ellisfield, Basingstoke. 
1889. 1303 A studio comer. 

WARRfiN, Miss Sophy S. ... Painter. 
51, Rathbone Place. 

1869. 577 Evening. 

1870. 622 Southcote Lane, Berks. 

Milwood, Sutton, Surrey. 

187 1. 618 Near Henley-on-Thames. 

1875. 825 Near Earleieh. 

1876. 799 A summer day on the Thames. 
Ivy Bank, Sutton. 

657 Early morning — Exeter. 



1878. 



WARREN, W Painter. 

62, Edgeware Rocui. 
1 796. 259 A flower piece. 



WARRENER, William T.... Painter. 
The Moorlands, 

Bracebridge, Lincoln. 

1887. 953 A Gatinais courtyard in winter. 

1888. 30* '* When other helpers fail." 
637 A confession. 

1889. 235 The lavoir in a French Village. 

1890. 809 A ballad; portrait study. 
1892. 693 A comrade's visit. 
1895. 381 The end of the stance. 
1897. 92 The weaver. 

WARRINGTON, Thomas ... Painter. 
67, Castle Street, 

Bemers Street. 
1829. 451 Sketch from nature. 

6, Newman Street. 
1 83 1. 577 Miss S. Phillips, of the Theatre 
Royal, Drury Lane. 

WARRINGTON, W. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

42, Berkeley Street. 

1844. "o^ Design for the altar window of 

Chichester Cathedral. 

1 1 30 Eastern window. Trinity church, 

Brdmpton. 

WARRY, Daniel Robert. 

Arcfaitecti etc. 
I, New Boswell Court, 

LincoMs Inn. 
1855. 1248 Design for a church. 

4, Albion Road, Lewisham. 
1904. 1039 The puritan. 

WART, Ames Van. See V, vol. viii, 
page 73. 

WARTON Architect. 

Broad Street, Ratcliff. 
1809. 794 Church at Saffirbn Walden. 

WARVILLE, F. Brissot De. See D, 
vol. ii, page 317. 

WARWICK, Anne, Countess of. 

Crayon Painter. 
SiabU Yard, St.Jame^s. 
1870. 825 Lady Eva Greville; crayon 
drawing. 

WARWICK, H Painter. 

28) Rowland Street. 
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WARWICK, J Gem Engraver. 

145, Strand, 

1808. 818 Charles theTwelfth, of Sweden ; 
an impression from an in- 
taglio. 

1813. 551 A frame containing impressions 
from intaglios: portraits of 
Mr, Pitt and Mr, Fox, 

1819. 1 119 Two impressions from in- 
taglios. 

1823. looa An impression from an in- 
taglio j portrait of a late 
GenefaJ officer* 

WARWICK, J Architect, 

28, Htntiand SirecL 

1852. 1 196 Design for a saloon. 

1853. 1 196 do, library, 
1857. X103 Composition for a ceiling. 

1 107 Ceiling in colours- 
1859. 107a Design for a ceiling. 

WARWICK, Mra. 

Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor,) 
1823. 783 Portrait of her brother. 

WARWICK, Septimus Architect. 

gS, Lancaster ^aad^ IV. 
1904. 1569 A group of almshouses. 

WASLBY, Frank ,,. Painter. 

4^ Ckapei IVuik^ Manckesttr. 
iSqS- 133s Running for home. 

Fakon Terraa^ IVAitfy. 

1896. 1500 Solitude. **The heavens de- 

clare his handiwork." 

1897. 1700 Whitby Pier; incident during 

the gale of October. 



WASSB, Arthur , Painter. 

97, Bridg€ Street^ Manchester. 
55a Flowers, 

Otd Exchange Arcade^ 

Manchester* 
443 A portrait study. 

Kensington Crescent StuS^s^ W. 
$77 A court yard. 

149a *' Bent, but not broken." > 
1507 "Prosit" 

479 Lancashire pit lasses at work. 
698 A daily duty. 
1^76 pa3sion lowers. 

i7» Vkare^i G^i. 

1891, i6ti A siren. 

1892. 1123 A supplicant, 
1590 Devotion. 



1879. 



1885. 
1886. 



1887. 
1890. 



is^sa^orl 



1893. 14 1 7 Suspense. 

1895. 333 Poppies and Peonies. 

WASSERMAN, J. C Painter. 

50, Beveriey Terrace^ 
Cuiiercoats^ 

Nemcastlt-on- T^ne. 
1 880. 766 Autumn beauties, 
iS8a. 1029 In a meadow. 



WATE, 



1815. 
1816. 



1817. 
tSiS. 



1819. 
1S20. 



1821. 
182a. 

1823. 
ZS24. 



1825. 

1S26. 
1827. 



1828. 






WtUiam Painter. 

5, Gearge Street^ 

Btackfriars Road. 
SQf Infant gleaner* 
171 Study from nature; Banks of 

the Thames, Battersea. 
104 Study from nature, Battersea. 
317 A study. 

167 Scene in the Isle of Wight 
4tfi Cottage scene at Thames Dit- 
ton. 

4, Penion Pktct^ WcUworih. 
135 Study from nature. 
13s A study. 
147 Study from nature, 
So Woody scene, Buckingham- 
shire. 

39, Elizabeth Place. 
93 View on Loch Long, 
$4 Composition. 

2, Smiile Place. 
113 A market scene. 
505 View of Lambeth palace and 
church — the neighbouring 
poor receiving soup, etc. 
|Q4 Scene on the banks of the 
Thames, painted from na- 
ture. 
13^ Walnut TWc Watk, 

Lambeth. 
326 Still life ; a study. 

3, Stamford Place, York Road. 
19 Scene on the Thames at Gor- 
ing, near Reading, Berks. 
t|6 Scene on Wrotham Heath, 

Kent. 
f«3 Sketch— Fishermen, etc., Folke- 
stone, Kent. 

22, Old Walnut Tree Walk. 
to I View of Windsor Castle, painted 
in water colour, after the 
manner of ancient fresco. 
401 Scene near Loch Katrine. 
*o* Litniiscape, study. 
yf SccriD fTom nature near Ilfra- 
combe. 
. • ^f^.w^n* t>eFir tlfracombe, painted 
I colours of a new 



i6o 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



> 



WATBRHOUSE, Alfred, R.A. 


1883. 


X191 




Architect. 








Cross Street Chambers^ 








Manchester. 


1884. 


1048 


1857. 


1094 Cottage erecting in Cumber- 




1258 




land. 




1283 




8, New Cavendish Street. 






1868. 


865 Manchester New Town Hall. 




1296 


1869. 


975 Gonville and Caius College, 




1314 




Cambridge, etc. 


1885. 


1348 




986 Manchester Town Hall. 




1803 




999 do. do. 






1870. 


792 St. Matthew's, Blackmoor. 






1871. 


943 Eaton Hall, Cheshire. 

948 Clock tower, Manchester Town 


1886. 


1168 




Hall. 




1588 




20, New Cavendish Street. 






1872. 


1 173 Liverpool Seamen's Orphan 




1639 




Institution, etc. 


1887. 


"33 




t2i3 Owens College, Manchester. 






1874. 


1095 Court Chambers, Lincoln's 




1596 




Inn. 




1656 




1172 Eaton Hall, Cheshire. 




1680 


1875. 


945 do. do. 






1876. 


1004 Natural History Museum, 


1888. 


12x7 




South Kensington. 




1230 




1068 Eaton Hall, Cheshire. 






1877. 


1093 Clock tower, Manchester Town 


1889. 


149* 




Hall. 




1902 




(Elected A.R.A.) 






1878. 


1054 Iweme Minster, Dorset. 




1917 




1094 Yatterdon, near Newbury. 




1934 




U09 Central Hall, Natural History 








Museum. 


1890. 


1204 


1879. 


1094 Interior, New Court, Carey 
Street. 




X828 




iioi Prudential Insurance Com- 


1891. 


1256 




pany, Holbom. 








1 102 Pembroke College, Cambridge. 




1832 


1880. 


1 1 19 Corner of Old Bond Street and 








Piccadilly. 




1849 




1175 Interior of Heythrop Hall, 








Oxon. 


1892. 


1191 




1177 St. Paul's School at Kensing- 




X240 




ton. 




«75> 


1881. 


1010 Clock Tower in memory of 








the late C. Turner, Esq., 


1893. 


1498 




M.P., on the Liverpool pier- 








head. 




«499 




1043 Library at Eaton Hall. 








1084 Central Institution of the City 


1894. 


1714 




and Guilds of London In- 








stitute, Exhibition Road, 


1895. 


688 




South Kensington. 




1463 


1882. 


1 1 30 Interior of St. Elizabeth's, 








Reddish, near Manchester. 


1896. 


1677 




1 1 39 do. do. do. 








1 198 St. Mary's, Twyford, Hants. 




1687 




1204 do. do. do. 






1883. 


1 1 56 Owens College, Manchester. 




1695 



Turner Memorial, Dingle Head, 
Liverpool, Home of Rest for 
Chronic Sufferers. 

Warkworth. 

Owens College, Manchester, etc. 

Cambridge University Union 
Society, etc. 

Turner Memorial Home, etc. 

Allerton, Cannes. 

The Theatre, Taormina, Sicily. 

National Liberal Club, White- 
hall Place. 
(Elected R.A.) 

Chartres Cathedral porch, 
north Transept 

Prudential Assurance offices, 
Dale St., Liverpool 

National Liberal Club. 

The Lahn, from Kloster Am- 
stein. 

Girton College, Cambridge. 

Royal Infirmary, Liverpool. 

Manchester Town HaU. Dip- 
loma work. 

Girgenti. 

The Aventine from the Ponte 
Rotto. 

A Berkshire lane, Easter. 

Liverpool University College, 
etc. 

Hotel Metropole, Brighton. 

The Weigh House Chapel, 
Mayfair. 

Evening near Zermatt. 

Prudential Assurance Com- 
pany, Glasgow. 

Granada from the Gardens of 
the Generalife. 

National Provincial Bank of 
England, Manchester. 

In the garden of the Hotel 
Metropole, Brighton. 

In Salvator Rosa's Country. 

The Tiber in 1873. 

Examination Hall, Yorkshire 
College, Leeds. 

National Provincial Bank of 
England, Piccadilly. 

Refuge Assurance Co., Man- 
chester. 

Prudential Assurance Build- 
ings, Nottingham. 

On the Erme. 

Prudential Assurance Com- 
pany, Edinburgh. 

Christie Library, Owens Col- 
lege, Manchester. 

University College Hospital 
Gower Street. 

Bank, Park Row, Leeds. 




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1897. 715 Bamborough Castle. 

1793 The Surveyors' Institution. 

1898. 77 Arisaig; N.B. 

866 Ashhampstead Common. 

1899. 5a On the Clunie, Braemar. 
766 March in Granada. 

1853 Prudential Insurance Com- 
pany, Holborn Bars. 

1900. 599 A Cotswold manor house. 

1 90 1. 46* At my gate. 



1874. 



1875- 

1876. 
1877. 

1878. 



1879. 
1880. 

1881. 



WATBRHOUSE, John William,/?:^. 

Painter. 
I, Scarsdaie Villas^ Kensington. 
1402 Sleep and his half-brother 
Death. 

70, Holland Road. 
76 Miranda. 
260 Whispered words. 
91 After the dance. 
1324 A sick child brought into the 

Temple of ^Esculapius. 
393 The Tibia. 
547 The remorse of Nero after the 

murder of his mother. 
986 La Favorita. 
138 The household gods. 
504 A Pompeian shop. 
106 Rival roses. 
221 A summer's day. 

1882. 1515 Diogenes. 

1883. 383 The bubbles. 
462 The favourites of the Emperor 

Honorius. 
Primrose Hill Studios, M IV. 

1884. 559 Consulting the oracle. **The 
Oracle or Teraph was a 
human head, cured with 
spices, which was fixed 
against the wall, and lamps 
being lit before it and other 
rites performed, the imagina- 
tion of diviners was so excited 
that they supposed that they 
heard a low voice speaking 
future events." 

1885. 503 St. Eulalia. Prudentius says 
that the body of St. Eulalia 
was shrouded " by a miracu- 
lous fall of snow when lying 
exposed in the forum after 
her martyrdom." 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1886. 450 The magic circle. Purchased 
for the Chant rey Bequest for 
^^650. 

1887. '34 Mariamne. Mariamne, wife of 
King Herod the Great, going 
forth to execution after her 

Cdae chaiges 
▼m. ^^"^ — — — 



brought against her by the 
jealousy of Salome, the 
King's sister, his mother, 
and others of his family. 
After Mariamne's trial and 
condemnation by the judges 
appointed by her husband, 
Herod, who had been pas- 
sionately attached to his 
wife, was about to commute 
the sentence to imprison- 
ment for life, but was urged 
by Salome to have the sen- 
tence carried out, which was 
accordingly done. — See Jose- 
phus, 
1888. 500 The Lady of Shalott. 

"And down the river's dim 
expanse. 

Like some bold seer in a 
trance, 



The broad stream bore her far 
away." 
—The Lady of Shalott. 
1889. 171 Under the olives. 
222 Ophelia. 

1891. 373 Flora. 

475 Ulysses and the Sirens. The 
Sirens, who with their melo- 
dious voices lured all navi- 
gators to destruction on the 
dangerous coast of Sicily 
were, according to classical 
tradition, creatures having 
the body of a bird with the 
head of a beautiful woman. 
They received this form from 
Ceres, as a punishment, be- 
cause they had not assisted 
her daughter Persephone 
when carried away by Pluto. 
They were informed by the 
oracle that as soon as any 
passed by without heeding 
their songs they should 
perish. Ulysses, warned by 
Circe, stopped the ears of 
his companions and ordered 
himself to be bound to the 
mast, and so successfully 
passed the fatal coast. After 
this the Sirens, in their dis- 
appointment, threw them- 
selves into the sea and 
perished. 

1892. 20 Circe invidiosa: Circe poison- 

ing the sea. Circe, having 
endeavoured without success 
to make Glaucus desert 



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Waterhouse, John William, R.A.— con- 
tinued, 

Scylla, poisoned the sea 
where Scylla was wont to 
bathe, and thus communi- 
cated to her a hideous form. 
—Ovid. 

1892. 924 Danae. 

1893. 98 A Hamadryad. 

149 "La belle dame sans merci." 
—Keats, 

1894. 82 Field flowers. 

245 The Lady of Shalott. 

436 Mrs. Charles Newton-Robin- 
son. 
1S95* 97 St. Cecilia. "In a clear walled 
city on the sea. Near 
gilded organ pipes — slept St. 
Cecily." 

174 Phyllis, younger daughter of 
E. A. Waterlow, Esq., A.R. A. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1896. 271 Pandora. 

1897. 307 Hylas and the Nymphs. 

1898. 64 Flora and the Zephyrs. 
211 Ariadne. 

1899. 22 Miss Molly Rickman. 

1900. 155 The awakening of Adonis. 

10, Hail Road^ 

St, John's Wood, 

1 90 1. 48 Mrs. Schreiber. 

138 A mermaid. Diploma work. 
231 Nymphs finding the head of 
Orpheus. 

1902. 181 The crystal ball. 
19s The missal. 

1903. 16 Echo and Narcissus. 

202 Psyche opening the golden 

box. 
204 Windflowers. 

1904. 30 Psyche opening the door into 

Cupid's garden. 
618 Boreas. 

WATERHOUSE, Mrs. John William 

(Esther) Painter. 

3, Primrose Hill Studios. 
1885. 1393 Azaleas. 
1442 do. 

1887. 1 141 Pink roses. 

1888. 1241 Violets. 

1889. 1334 Carnations. 
154X Violets. 

WATERHOUSE, M Architect. 

Cross Street Chambers^ 

Manchester, 
1 86 1. 696 Manchester Assize Courts. 

{This is probably a misprint for A, 
Waterhouse,) 



WATERHOUSE, Paul ... Architect. 
20, New Cavendish Street, 
1 89 1. 1928 Memorial fountain, Lowestoft. 
1894. 1722 Pulpit, St Paul's Church, Great 
Portland Street. 
1723 Lynbrook, Stanmore. 
1896. 174^ Almshouses, Darlington. 

1 90 1. 1687 Shops in Upper Street, Isling- 

ton. 

1902. 1508 Maurice Hostel, Hoxton. 
1564 The cypress walk. 

1904. 147S Prudential Assurance Build- 
ings, Liverpool. 

WATERHOUSE, W Painter. 

14, Charles Street^ 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1846. 350 A girl of Alvito at the carnival 

of Rome. 

Rome, 

1847. 83 The mountain girl. 

1850. 614 Receiving the benediction, 
after the procession of the 
Madonna outside the Chiesa 
decopoCroce. This church 
owes its origin to Cardinal 
York, Bishop of Astia and 
Veletri, who died at Fras- 
cati, near Rome. 

1853. 403 A peasant of Frascati. 

13, Alfred Place^ Brompton, 

1854. 355 Italian peasants. 
388 Devotion. 

WATERLOW, Sir Ernest Albert, 

R,A,, P.R. W,S, Painter. 

Fairlawn^ RedMU, 

1872. 598 Evening in Dovedale, Derby- 

shire. 

1873. 3" Passing showers; forest of Glen 

Tanar, Aberdeenshire. 
10, Duke Street ^ 

Portland Place, 

1874. 180 The old foot bridge. 
940 A land storm. 

1374 Autumn day. 
Hayter House, 

Marylebone Road. 

1875. 225 A rock-bound coast 

3, St, Petersburgh Place, 

1877. 145 The brow of the hill. 

214 Evening — the last of the 
shower. 

1878. 450 The head of the lake. 
734 A roadside inn. 

1879. 267 The close of a midsummer's 

day. 
729 Pig's pasture. 
764 The cottage well. 




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163 



1879, 810 Toilers of the wood, 

910 Knowl Hill, Berkshire. 
i8Sa 607 Spring. " When smiling spring 
its eariiest visit paid.*' — 
Goldsmith. 
1489 The field gate, 

1881. 3S6 Outward bound, 
399 Blue bells. 

1882. 671 Home again* 

738 Sheep-washing, East Sussex, 

1883. 145* Beltein; midsummer eve in 

Cornwall, 
1884* 5^* Sand digging, North Cornwall. 

15&S Breezy TintageL 
18S5, +6s Scant fuel 

524 Watching the sea-birds. 

1886. 730 October, 
1100 Sunny hours, 

1887. 161 Galway gossips. Purchased for 

Ike Ckaniriy Bequest for 

607 The white sands of Conn emam. 
i88a «*i "Wolf I wolf ! "— J^o^/tf, 
IOS9 The orphan, 

1889. 157 Storm-blown, 

13111 St* Mac Dara*s Day, The feast 
of Mac Dara, patron saint of 
the Con naught fishermen, is 
held on a barren island off 
the coast of Galway, con- 
taining a chapel and crosses 
dating from the sixth cen- 
tury, 
(Elected A-R,A,) 

1890, 31 Homewards, 

9J7 Friends or Foes? 
189J, «i May. 

357 A resting place, 

9S9 The misty moon, 

1IJ7 The evening hour 

1, Maresfield Gardens, 
1892* 231 The nursery. 

7 1 2 "Far from the madding crowd." 
6, Primrose Hill Studios, 
1893* 43 The old bridge, 

i4« Launching the salmon-boat* 
173 Counting her chickens, 
I, Maresfield Gardens^ 

Jntzjohn Avenue. 

1894. 14 Qoudy June, 
305 Twilight, 

51S The hour when daylight dies, 
640 The meadows by Haddon HalL 

1895. 47 A Sussex homestead. 
t^7 Golden autumn. 

j88 Green pastures, 

%%l The watermill, 

x896, 13 Clouds o*er the *^ti. 

345 In the TOdjD'?«;j«,ai^ 

. 4«^ The ' "-^'' ^ 





1896, 655 " Where early falls the dew." 
1897* 83 A tranquil stream. 

117 Autumn floods. 

369 Flowery fields. 

680 Summer flowers. 
1898* (58 Summer afternoon. 

238 The lonely church. 

427 A moorland road. 

576 Through the wood. 

1899. 88 La Cote d'Azur. 
990 Forest oaks. 

1900. 12 The land of olives. 
193 Forest pastures. 

672 PastoraJe Proven9ale. 

1 901. 49 Sheltered pastures. 
147 Hoghton mill. 

666 Willows. 

919 The old sand-pit. 

1902. 43 In Suffolk marshes. 

161 A backwater on the Ouse. 
465 Hemingford mill. 
550 The river Blyth, Suffolk. 
(Elected R.A. and Knighted.) 
1903* 116 The banks of the Loing. Dip- 
loma work. 
144 Warkworth Castle, Northum- 
berland. 
77^ Crossing the heath, Suffolk. 
1904. ti8 A showery summer day. 
Z41 Bolton Castle, Yorkshire. 



WATERMAN, J Architect. 

3, Winslty Street^ 

Oxford Street. 
1827, 1009 Design for a villa. 
1829* 1012 View of a temple. 

1065 do. the east cloister of 
Westminster. 



WATERS, Edward Painter. 

Peter Street^ Newport Market. 
1775* 3*9 St. Paul's, Covent Garden; a 
drawing. 

May 5 Buildings, 
17 78. 3*3 A view of the inside of St. 

Martin-in-the-Fields. 
1780* 393 Old Palace Yard from Abbing- 

don Street 
1781, 508 View of Richmond bridge from 
the bottom of the Castle- 
gardens. 
1783. 448 View of the bridge now build- 
ing at Chertsey in Surrey, 
as it appeared in August, 
1782. 
Hungerford Street^ 

or Lewisham^ Kent. 
$89 View of the bank of England. 



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Waters, Edward — continued. 

George Street^ AdelphL 
1 791. 595 View of St. George's Church, 
Hanover Square. 

Cockspur Street, 
1796. ^^% Interior view of the chapel at 

Greenwich Hospital. 
i797« 757 Temple Bar from Fleet Street. 

WATERS, Miss P Painter. 

7, Cockspur Street. 
Jasmine. 



1799. 1055 

1800. 599 
604 

622 

1801. 983 

1802. 337 
403 

1804. 45 

(An 

1816. ^^% 



Tulips. 

Mayblossom. 

A coxcomb. 

Tulips. 

Evergreens. 

Lilac. 



2. Strand, 



Fruit. 

Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Balsam. 



WATERS, R., Senr Painter. 

Newcastk-upon- Tyne, 
' 7^5' 54* A view of the remains of Tyne- 
mouth Monastery taken in 
the year 1742. 

WATERS, R. , Junr Painter. 

R, Waters, 

Newcastle-upon- lyne, 

1 784. 470 The new bridge from the south, 

with a view of Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. 

47» The bridge at Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne, with the temporary 
bridge as it appeared in 
August, 1779, from the 
north. 

529 A rock. 

536 View of Tynemouth Castle 
from the North. 
R, Waters, Junr,, 

Newcastle-upon- Tyne, 

1785. 479 View of Newcastle-upon-Tyne 

from the S.W. 

5*7 View of Marsdon Rocks. 

551 View of the inside of St. Nicho- 
las Church, Newcastle, taken 
in 1783, before the late al- 
terations. 

562 A gothic elevation. 

WATERS, Miss Sadie Painter. 

cjo A, Parsons, Esq,, A,R,A,, 
54, Bedford Gardens, 
1897. 1371 La Vierge aux Lys. 



WATERS, W Miniature Painter. 

19, George Street, Adelphi. 
1792. 7$6 Piety. 

1 793* 37' Portrait of a gentleman. 
462 do. lady. 

9, Cockspur Street, 
1795* 55^ Portrait of a lady. 

1797. 665 Interior View of St. Martin's 

Church. 
939 Portrait of a lady. 
958 do. gentleman. 

964 do. lady. 

969 do. do. 

1032 do. do. 

1798. 996 Uxbridge House, Burlington 

Gardens. 
1800. 333 View of Buckingham Gate 

from Pimlico. 
768 Portrait of a lady. 
851 do. gentleman. 

WATERS, W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181 1. 754 Flowers. 

WATERS, W. R Painter. 

75, Margate Street, Dover. 
1 84 1. 544 Portraits of the sons of George 
Stratten, Esq., with a New- 
foundland dog. 
47, Snargate Street, Dover. 

1844. 54 Childhood. 

1845. 479 Thomas Poynder, Esq. 

1846. 1317 Portraits of three children. 

1847. 561 Playing at Cat's-cradle. 

23, Castk Street, Dover. 
1850. 128 The sisters. 

156 The breakfast visitor. 
1853. 231 The Jack o' Lantern. 

WATHEN, G. H Architect. 

1 2, Regent Street, 

1845. 1100 Design for a lighthouse and 

telegraph tower for the new 

Birkenhead docks, near 

Liverpool. 

WATKEYS, W Painter. 

42, Essex Street, Strand. 

1822. 23 Landscape Composition. 

1823. 580 View of the Black and Beacon 

Mountains from Clifford, 
Herefordshire. 

WATKIN, Miss Isabel Painter. 

255, Brixton Road. 
1903. 483 The organ*grinder. 



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165 



WATKINS, B. CoUes, R,H,A. 

Painter. 

2, Leinster Strtety Dublin, 

1868. 419 Killarney Mountains and 

Middle Lake from "The 

Queen's drive." 

1870. Ill Approach of winter, McGilli- 

cuddy Reeks, Killarney. 

1874. 356 Inthe gap of Dunloe, Killarney. 

WATKINS, E. Stanley. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
64, Ranelagh Road^ Ealing, 
1898. 1605 Design for a window. 

1654 do. staircase window. 

1902. 1452 Porch windows, Walsham 
Church, near Bury. 
1464 Window, Morley Town Hall, 
Yorkshire. 

WATKINS, Frank Painter. 

Feltham^ Middlesex, 

1875. 655 " Know nor care nor married 

strife." 

1876. 787 ** Has wives as many as he will, 

I would the Sultan's gay lot 
fill." 

WATKINS, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1806. 337 Revenge; a sketch. 

"Revenge, impatient, rose. 
He threw his blood-stained 

sword in thunder down. 
And, with a withering look. 
The war-denouncing trumpet 
took, etc." — Collins. 

WATKINS, John Etcher. 

61, Robert Street, 

1876. II 25 Majolica staircase, South Ken- 

sington Museum; etching. 

1877. 1221 Terra-cotta balcony. South Ken- 

sington Museum; etching. 

1878. 1192 Keramic Gallery, South Kens- 

ington Museum; etching. 
1207 Keble College Chapel, Oxford; 
etching. 

1879. 1261 Grill room. South Kensington 

Museum; etching. 
1 8, MontpelierPlace^ Brompton, 
1 88 1. 1221 North staircase. South Kens- 
ington Museum; etching. 

WATKINS, John Painter. 

cjo G. Brown, 

16, Wood Street, Chelsea. 
1884. 1187 A puritan. 
1886. 1 1 20 Maternal Counsel. 



48, Westboume Street, 

Shane Square. 
1890. 1326 The spinning lesson. 
1385 At the old well. 

1893. 1 1 12 An Italian girl. 

1894. 1184 Home from market. 

WATKINS, Joseph, R,H.A, 

Sculptor. 
2, Leinster Street, Dublin. 

1867. 1166 The Earl of Enniskillen. 

1868. 1000 The Archbishop of Dublin. 

{Dr. Trench.) 
1870. 1 141 Lady Brooke; marble. 

WATKINS, Miss Susan Painter. 

127, Rue Boucicaut, 
Fountenay-auX'Roses, France. 
1 90 1. 618 The interrupted lesson. 

WATKINS, Mrs. W. (Kate). 

Painter. 

1850. 1083 An Interior. 

Kate IV. Watkins, 

The Precincts, Durham. 
1886. 915 On the Wear, Durham. 
1888. 967 Interior. 



WATKINS, W. H. 




Miniature Painter. 




38, Sackville Street. 


1843. 


700 E. VV. Scadding, Esq. 




34, Albany Street. 


1844. 


650 Mrs. Thompson. 




687 — Amedroz, Esq. 




759 B. Good, Esq. 




820 H. Amedroz, Esq. 




872 — Yearsley, Esq. 


1845. 


737 Mrs. Bowden. 




869 Deputy Assistant Commissary 




General Alfred Bishop. 




884 James Bowden, Esq. 




901 Mrs. William Fladgate and 




daughter. 




911 William J. Thompson, Junr., 




Esq. 


1846. 


764 George Peabody, Esq. 


1847. 


790 Portrait of a lady. 




882 do. do. 


1848. 


747 {No title in catalogue,) 




831 A young lady. 




937 Portrait of a lady. 


1849. 


822 Rev. Alfred Burmester,MickIe- 




ham, Surrey. 


WATKINS. William Wynne. 




Painter. 




15, MeHna Place. 


1857. 


113 A study. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WATSON, Miss Ada Painter. 

1 7, Canonbury Park South, 
1903. 634 Roses. 



1829. 



1830. 
1831. 



WATSON, Miss Caroline ... Painter. 
I, Lower Grosvenor Place, 

664 Family portraits. 

667 Ahasuenis and Esther. 

4, Palace Street^ Pimlico, 

963 A study. 

644 The brothers. 

768 Zillah, a scene in the valley 
of Elah. "The Sagan ap- 
proached the streamlet, and 
allowmg his mule to drink 
of the clear water, said to 
Zillah, Here let us pause 
awhile, my child, under the 
friendly shade of this noble 
sycamore. This is the valley 
of Elah, and this is the brook 
whence David the shepherd- 
boy drew forth the five 
smooth stones, with one of 
which he slew Goliah." 

859 A portrait. 



1835- 



XX A tS 


vrx-i. 


1872. 


90J 


1876. 


626 




"74 


1877. 


236 


1878. 


881 




1178 


1879. 


271 




1202 




1286 




1292 


1880. 


896 




1019 




1232 




1238 


188I. 


398 




1256 




1263 




1265 


1882. 


425 




1266 


1883. 


47 




51 




«43 




1366 


1884. 


218 



Charles J. 

Painter and Etcher. 

All Saints Green^ Norwood, 
A sea breeze. 
The marshman's home. 

do. do. etching, 

dry-point. 
The new moon. 
November. 

The new moon; etching. 
Dawning day. 
Spearing eels; dry-point. 
Great Yarmouth from Breydon. 
London Bridge, 1878; etching. 
"Sometimes we see a cloud 

that 's dragonish." 
Dniry Court, Strand. 
Chelsea; etching. 
Dawning day; Etching. 
A Yarmouth row. 

do. do. etching. 
Greenwich; etching. 
Norfolk Broads; etching. 
Greenwich. 

A row; on the east coast. 
A "Row" do. 

Storm and flood. 
A marine store on the East 

Coast. 
King Street, Norwich; etching. 
On the Yare. 



1884. 223 Fishermen's homes on the east 

coast. 
329 Ludgate Hill, 1883. 
1423 Storm and flood; etching. 
143 1 A marine store on the East 
Coast; etching. 

1885. 69 From Charing Cross to the 

Temple. 
975 St Peter's Row, Great Yar- 
mouth. 
1620 Ludgale Hill, 1883. 

1886. 882 St. Lawrence Steps, Norwich. 
141 1 Mercury Lane, Canterbury. 

1887. 902 November. " No park, no ring, 

no afternoon gentility, No 
company, no nobility." — 
Hood. 

1429 Up and down in St Lawrence, 

Norwich. 
1494 West gate, Canterbury. 

Hogarth Club^ Dover Street, 

1889. 282 St Martin's. 

1707 Mill Bridge, Bosham. 
1730 Campden, Gloucestershire. 
1740 Langston, Hampshire. 

5, Wentworth Studios^ Chelsea, 

1890. 594 By the rolling Zuyder Zee. 
928 Taankade, Dordrecht. 

1430 Cheese market, Alkmaar. 
1613 Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, 1889. 
1634 Noord Dight, Dordrecht 

1 89 1. 761 Fruit market, Dinan. 

1566 Vollendam, North Holland. 
1569 St Etienne du Mont, Paris. 
1585 St. Jacques, Lisieux. 

1892. 1313 Flowers, Pont au Change, Paris. 
1470 Rue St. Martin, Bayeux. 

1893. 1403 Cefalii, Sicilia. 

5, Wentworth Studios^ 

Manresa Road, 

1894. 1076 Potato market, Leiden. 

1895. 689 Rue du Chapeau Rouge, Avig- 

non. 
1282 Ferrara. 

1896. 1269 " In the midst of life." 
1446 Rimini. 

1897. 1589 Marchd aux fleurs. 

1898. 1570 Lincoln. 

1900. 1295 Walcheren shrimp-boats. 
1535 Swaledale. 

19, Girdle f^s Road^ 

Brook Green. 
1904. 9S5 La Chapelle, St. Ricquier. 
1422 St. Ricquier. 

WATSON, Edward Fa^on... Painter. 

1839. 1057 The Indian - rubber tree in 
blossom, the cotton-tree and 
the Vanilla; painted from 
nature. 



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167 



201, Piccadilly, 
1845. 1319 Bust of a gentleman; in ivory. 
1865. 640 A Juvenile party about to break 

up. 
1870. 557 The Matis, or walking leaf, a 

native of South Africa. 

WATSON, Miss Emma Painter. 

183, West George Street, 

Glasgow, 
1895. 879 In a market garden. 

WATSON, F Painter. 

I, Upper Berkeley Place, 

Bristol. 
1857. 57 Left in charge. 



1892. 



WATSON, 

1808. 283 
400 

1811. 2 

3 

1812. S5 



1815. 


41 
208 


i8i6. 


349 
226 




3*9 


1817. 


350 
7 




34 
246 


1818. 


358 

387 

4* 




40a 



I8I9. 302 



623 

1823. 345 



George, PP.S.A, 

Painter. 
Edinburgh, 

A young lady at her toilette. 

Portrait of an old Scotch 
gentleman. 

Portrait of himself. 

Heads of children. 

Captain Hope. 

Edinburgh, and 

65, Charlotte Street. 

Portraits of two children. 

The Rev. Dr. Willis. 

Portrait of an artist, 
do. a lady, 
do. do. 

B. West, Esq., P.R.A. 

Portrait of an artist. 

The Young Chevalier. 

J. Clarke, Esq., one of the 
King's Counsel. 

J. Bell, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Portraits of children. 

The Hon. Mr. Justice Park. 

10, Forth Street, Edinburgh, 
and 65, Charlotte Street. 

Columbus encouraging his de- 
sponding followers with as- 
surances of a speedy and 
happy termination of their 
voyage. 

Portrait of a clergyman. 

Sir Evan Murray Macgregor, 
Bart., chief of the Macgre- 
gors. 



WATSON, George Spencer. 

Painter. 
7, Henrietta Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1891. 1088 Rosalind, daughter of Philip 
Hughes, Esq. 



1893. 
1894. 

1895. 



334 Eleanor and Geoffry, children 

of J. J. Read, Esq. 
494 Muriel, daughter of Cap- 
tain Alexander P. Hastings, 
C.B. 
704 Herbert Alan, son of A. Ernest 
Sansom, Esq., M.D. 

57, Bedford Gardens. 
73 May; a portrait. 
255 Mrs. William Yool. 

1 1, Holland Park Road. 
215 Miss Alice Watson. 
257 Joseph interpreting Pharaoh's 

dream. 
912 Charles Fowler, Esq. 
7, Henrietta Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
10 The rose of Sharon. " Behold, 
thou art fair, my love: be- 
hold, thou art fair." — Song 
of Solomon, iv, i. 
805 W. Spencer Watson, Esq., 
M.B., F.R.C.S. 
1896. 568 La Belle Dame sans Merci. 
" I met a lady in the meads, 
Full beautiful, a fairy's child; 
Her hair was long, her foot 

was light. 
And her eyes were wild. 
I set her on my pacing steed. 
And nothing else saw all day 
long." 
95 A study. 
116 A fantasy. " Foster fair Purity 

and eke alwaye, etc." 
130 Kitty, daughter of Capt H. 
Gerard Leigh. 
2, Pembroke Studios, 

Kensington. 
619 Lady Douglas-Powell. 
628 A Westminster priest 
630 Miss Spencer Watson. 
648 Miss YooL 
572 Mrs. Phillip Hughes. 
1046 Prometheus consoled by the 
Spirits of the Earth. " Pro- 
metheus. How fair these air- 
borne shapes! etc." — Shel- 
ley. 
32 W. F. H. Lyon, Esq. 
261 T. Gibson Bowles, Esq., M.P. 
376 The birth of Aphrodite. 
240 Miss Ida Main 
351 The Earl of Leitrim. 
777 Sir R. Douglas-Powell, Bart, 
M*D., Physician Extra ordi- 
H .M. the King. 
%H H^^^MIir Gwyon. 
7H. 



1897. 



1898. 

1899. 
1900. 



I90I. 



1902. 

1903. 




1 68 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WATSON, Miss Grace I Painter. 

7, Rothschild Gardens^ 

Norwood, 
1893. 795 "Is it, O man, with such ac- 
cursed instruments as these, 
Thou drownest Nature's 
sweet and kindly voices?" 



WATSON, 



1896. 310 

756 

1897. 34 
810 



1899. ^^9 
968 

1900. 571 
801 
825 

1066 

1901. 158 
447 

45a 
454 

1902. 386 

1904. 360 
443 



Harry Painter. 

37, Guildford Street, 

South Lambeth Road. 

In sweet September. 

Wanderers. 

By the side of an old dyke. 

The Sawdon Road, Brompton, 
Yorkshire. 

Willows by the side of the 
Derwent, Yorkshire. 
18, Kensington Court Place. 

A silvery morning. 

Miss Ethel Meen. 

A hot summer's day. 

The Smuggler's daughter. 

A dreamer. 

Across the straits from Mona's 
Isle. 

Ducks and drakes. 

The apple orchard in spring- 
time. 

Blossoms. 

Prospero and Miranda. 

" The dead and the living, and 
a life to redeem." 

Wending homeward. 

Twilight and the dawn. 



WATSON, Homer Painter. 

Charles Street, 

Pittenweem, Fife, 
1889. 286 The village by the sea. 



WATSON, J Painter. 

29, High Glencaime Street, 

Kilmarnock, 
1890. — (/« the index, but no exhibit in 
the catalogue,) 



WATSON, Miss J Painter. 

The Green, Tottenham, 
1863. 98 An old pensioner. 



WATSON, James Painter. 

5, Nesham Street, 

Newcastk-upon-iyne, 
1900. 965 A cottage Garden. 



WATSON, John (afterwards Sir John 
Watson Gordon, R,A,, P.RSA.). 

Pamter. 
21, Broughton Street, 

Edinburgh, 
24s DonQuixote haranguing Rogue 
Guinarfs banditti, on the 
profligacy of their lives, be- 
fore his entry into Barce- 
lona. 
176 Portrait of an officer in his in- 
stallation dress of Esquire 
to a Knight Grand Cross of 
the Bath. 

29, India Street, Edinburgh, 
281 The Hon. John Stewart, M.P. 
also under Sir John Watson 
Gordon, R.A,, P.R.S.A,, vol. iii, pages 
276, 277.) 



1817. 



1820. 



1825. 
{See 



WATSON, John. ..Miniature Painter. 
5, Church Rout, Islington, 
1848. 1089 Portrait of a lady. 

22, Newman Street, 

1 85 1. 891 Master Kelso, eldest son of 

Captain Kelso, Horkesley 
Park. 

1852. 901 Claudius Erskine Goodman, 

Esq. 



WATSON, John Architect. 

9, Wells Street, W,C, 
1897. 1862 House at Walton-on-Thames. 



WATSON, John Burges ... Architect. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

/. B, Watson, 
18 1 9. 875 View of the River Wandell, 
Wandsworth, Surrey. 
J.B, Watson, 

Surbiton Hill House, 

Kingston, 

1824. 923 Design for an entrance to a 

nobleman's park. 

1825. 877 Design for a cast-iron bridge 

for Kingston, Surrey. 
981 Design for nobleman's man- 
sion. 

1826. 865 Design for a church. 

866 Design for a cenotaph to the 
memory of Lord Byron. 

1827. 960 Part of a town residence for a 

Commander-in-Chief, or with 
slight alterations for any 
other military or naval Hero. 
1028 A Terrace on die banks of the 
Thames, Surrey side. 



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169 



5, Lower Seymour Street 

1829. 1041 Design for fitting up the in- 
terior of Magdalen College 
Chapel, Oxford. 

1831. 1001 North Vicarage, Herts. 

39, Manchester Street. 

1836. 1042 Marine residence at Steephill, 
Isle of Wight. 

1838. 1075 Hook church, near Kingston, 
Surrey. 

John Dawson, R, W,S, 

Painter. 
4, Norfolk Street, Manchester. 
An artist's studio. 
12, Murray Street, 

Camden Street. 
Christ blessing little children. 
12, St. Augustin^s Road, 

Camden Square. 
Robinson Crusoe. "It would 

have made a stoic smile to 

see me and my little family." 
A glimpse of happiness. 
The return from Culloden. 
Among the wild flowers. 
The dinner hour. 
Jean's toilet. 

8, Oval Road, RegenCs Park. 
Baby's awake. 
Resting. 
Robinson Crusoe teaching his 

parrot to talk. 
1S6 Thinking it out 
37, Gloucester Road, 

Regents Park. 

1865. 609 "No lady but at some time 

loves \ysx glass." — Ben Jon- 
son. 

Milfori, Godalming. 

1866. 500 The poisoned cup. 

1867. 5«7 The parting. 

1868. 412 The student " For where is 

any author in the world, 
Teaches such beauty as a 
woman's eye." 
501 The stolen meeting. 

1869. 665 Mrs, J. D. Watson. 

1870. 35 Fishermen shooting wild ducks 

— Coast of Northumber- 
land. 
174 Northumbrian Life Brigade 
man throwing the hand- 
rocket to a wreck. 

1871. sSi Saved. 

1074 Black to move. 
i873> lots Women's work. 

1873. ^ '1^ plague of her life. 

1874. 15 ''Onty been with a few friends.** 
zt The old dock. 

VIII. 



X^ A 


k^XI, 


»853- 


I2l6 


1854. 


4*8 


1855- 


■«5 


1856. 

1857- 
1858. 
1859. 


>354 

451 

6.7 

69 

101 


1861. 


3'» 


1863. 


4<4 
9» 



1874. 
1875. 

1876. 



1878. 

1879. 
1880. 



I88I. 
1882. 

1883. 



1889. 
1890. 



613 The pet of the common. 
19 The gleaner's harvest 

8, Berners Strut. 
37 Across the common. 

22, St. Edmund's Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 
655 Mrs. Charles Campbell. 
712 Mrs. Flo Scott. 
1039 Taking home the bride. 
160 A reverie. 

375 Corporal Trim. " But what is 
this, to that future and 
dreaded page, where I shall 
see thee, faithful servant! 
laying his sword and scab- 
bard, with a trembling hand, 
across his cofl^ and then 
returning pale as ashes to the 
door, to take his mourning 
horse by the bridle, to follow 
his hearse, as he directed 
thee."— TW/Zrajt Shandy. 
59S A moonlight walk. 
Longsden, 

19, Marlborough Road. 
13S3 An unpromising pupiL 
525 Portrait in the costume of the 

seventeenth century. 
463 Gerald Haldene Grace. 
466 Portrait of a lady. 

3, The Villas^ Eaton Terrace, 
SL Joke's Wood. 
446 On the Conway, Bectws-y-coed. 
353 In the Valley of the Cooway. 



WATSON, Mosgrave Lewthwaitc. 

Sculptor. 
57, Mmsemm Street, 

Sigismunda; a stamr la braoae. 
Simplicity: a ssadj in marble. 
Mnsidora. 

39. RaiMom PSace. 
Hagar and Ishmari: a skeock. 

The dream of lo; a skccc&L 
Duite and Beatnce. '^la cme 

tardiest sphere tiuES p a r i rt^ 

Here, mid diese ocherbieaBBd 

ahobfest.' 
Bust in invr of Miss Gresves. 
Design in brooae Ssr as £^?p- 

tian priest; 

bribe Ekcaocype. 
&ooae fiiese £ar a 1 

Eiectrotyped sbLubcc, I\jeu| 

andP^UB^ 

IS Uffer GSomsesOer Sonet.. 

ofr 

on 



1829. IIS4 
I1S6 

1207 

1830. 1250 

1835. 1059 
1837. 119* 



1840. ii$o 

1841. 114^ 



1842. IH9 



1843- "l*" 
1844. 1149 




I70 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Watson, Musgrave Lewthwaite — con- 
tinued, 

1844. 1409 Sleep and death bearing ofT the 

body of Sarpedon. "Give 
the bold chief a glorious fate 
in fight, etc." — Pop^s Homer, 

1845. 1470 Literature — a basso-relievo in 

marble forming part of a 
monument in memory of the 
late Allan Cunningham. 

30, Bidborough Street, 
1847. X078 Proclamation of the Royal Ex- 
change, by command and in 
the presence of Queen Eliza- 
beth. Competition drawing 
for the pediment of the Royal 
Exchange. 

1287 England proclaiming universal 
commerce with all nations. 
Competition drawing for the 
pediment of the Royal Ex- 
change. 

1339 Model for a mural monument 
by Charles Hay Cameron, 
Esq., representing his great- 
grandfather, Dr. Archibald 
Cameron, attending the 
wounded at the battle of 
Culloden, etc., etc. 

1444 "Little children, come unto 
me"; alto-relievo, executed 
for the late Hon. Miss Fox, 
and erected at Little Hol- 
land House. 

1448 Hebe; for Bowood. 

1449 Iris; for fiowood. 

WATSON, P. Fletcher Painter. 

44, Lansdowne Road, 

Didsbury, Manchester, 
1894. 1 196 Hospital at Santa Cruz. 

WATSON, Paxton H Architect. 

4, Adam Street, Adelphi, 
1897. 1754 First Lodge, Lea Park. 

1899. 1734 The Heights, Witley. 
1809 Lea Park, Godalming. 

1900. 17*0 Lea Park, Surrey. 

1838 Binton Farm, near Famham. 
1903. 1649 Bam House, Merstham. 

WATSON, R. See Dunn and Watson, 
voL ii, page 389, and Maclaren,Dunn 
and Watson, voL v, page 150. 

WATSON, Robert Painter. 

IS, lUtchfield Street, 

Cavendish Square, 
1778. 324 Portraits of two children. 

325 Portrait of a young gentleman. 



WATSON, 


1845. 


26 

583 
65a 


1846. 


SJ5 


1847. 


3«J 



1778. 326 Ignorance and folly. 

327 Rustick happiness from the 6th 

stanza of Gray's Elegy. 

328 The death of Arviragus, from 

Mason's Caractacus. 

329 Two children. 

Robert F Painter. 

R, Watson, 44, Newman Street, 

Night 

Early morning. 

Fishing boats in a breeze. 

17, Brecknock Street, 

Koff ship entering Shields Har- 
bour. 

A distant view of Flamborough 
Head, with vessels standing 
off and on. 

1848. S46 A breeze from Robin Hood's 

Bay, Yorkshire — coast 
traders and colliers home- 
ward bound. 
1265 A Dutch hocker stranded — 
flood tide. 

53, Newman Street, 

1849. 185 The Erebus and Terror, under 

the command of Sir John 
Franklin, leaving the coast 
of Britain, on the Arctic Ex- 
pedition in 1845. (The ships 
painted from sketches taken 
while they lay in the 
Thames.) 

1850. 563 Leaving port 

1853. 335 Vale of Coquet, Northumber- 
land, from the hill above 
Lothbury. 

1855. 5 The roadstead. Shields — ^an 
evening tide. 

1857. 430 Squally weather, off Lowestoflt. 

1862. 517 Shields Bar — traders and 
colliers running for the har- 
bour. 

1864. 77 The sea coast near Marsden,' 
Durham. 



WATSON, Mi88 Rosalie M. 

Painter. 

43, Poland Street, 
73$ Anxiously waiting. 
7*8 " He cannot come." 
1 153 A study. 

953 "She took the gift with a 
mocking smile, In the flush 
of her maiden pride." 
1098 "So many apples less." 

44a, Maddox Street. 
1x97 "The lass that loves a sailor." 
I220 Waiting. 
1887. 1206 Past and present. 



1878. 
1879. 
1881. 
1882. 



1884. 
1886. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



171 



WATSON, S Painter. 

3, Grefs Wcdk, 

South Lambeth, 

1 792. 574 A View at Shepperton, Middle- 

sex. 

1793. 769 A view at Lower Shuckburgh, 

Warwickshire. 
13, Abingdon Street ^ 

Westminster. 
'795* 34^ View from nature. 

WATSON, Stewart Painter. 

89, Russell Street 

1843. 4^' Buttari driving Roman oxen. 

91, Dean Street, 

1844. 1150 The festa of St. Peter in the 

church of St Peter's, Rome. 
On St. Peter's day it is the 
custom to dress the bronze 
statue of the saint in the 
pontifical robes, the tradition 
being, that St Peter was the 
first Bishop of Rome. 
1845- 34a Portrait of Giuseppe Conta- 
dino, and old soldier of the 
Italian Legion under Napo- 
leon, in the dress of a pil- 
grim, in which he visited 
Rome in the year 1842. 
435 Young mother and child, cos- 
tume of Albano, near Rome. 

WATSON, T Architect. 

Portland Street, 

Cavendish Square, 
181 1. 878 Design for a triumphal arch. 

WATSON, Thomas Engraver. 

In Little Windmill Street, 
1769. 119 A drawing, after a picture of 
Rembrant 

WATSON, Thomas Henry. 

Architect. 
9, Nottingham Place. 
1862. 845 Design for an Exchange. 
1865. 807 Design for an asylum, to which 
the Soane medallion was 
awarded by the Royal Insti- 
tute of British Architects. 
1^66. 75" St. Antonio, detto ** II Santo," 
Padua. 
753 Campanile, Venice. 

1867. 882 Campanile, Sta Maria del Fiore, 

Florence. 
917 Design for the Manchester 
Royal Exchange. 

1868. 872 London Orphan Asylum. 

877 Amboni, Sta Maria in Cosme- 
din, Rome. 



1868. 894 Sketch of a design for a grand 

opera House. 

1869. 964 Tabernacle in the Cathedral of 

Grenoble, France, 15th cen- 
tury. 
1009 Staircase in the Courtyard of 
the Chdteau Blois, France, 
temp. Fran9ois I; sketch. 
John Street, Cullercoats. 

1870. 13a Drying nets — CuUercoats, 

Northumberland. 

9, Nottingham Plan. 

187 1. 946 Church of St Luke. 

Evelyn Street, Deptford. 

1872. X 2 1 5 St Mary's Church, Loughton. 

1873. 1 135 St Ann's Heath Asylum. 
1877. "43 Clifford Chambers, Bond Street 
1884. »3o6 Somerhill, Kent 

1 89 1. 177" Entrance gates — the Villa Au- 

relia, Rome. 
1901. 1557 St Peter's Church, Crickle- 

wood. 
1601 Whitney Court, Hertfordshire. 
1904. 1439 Public offices, Hendon. 

WATSON, Thomas J., A.R.W.S, 

Painter. 
John Street, CuUercoats, 

1871. 383 Waiting for boats. 

434 Fisherman's courtship. 
1 143 Cottage exterior: Surrey. 
4, lynemouth Terrace, 

lynemouth. 

1872. 21 A Tiff. 

609 A fisher lass. 

1873. X98 A fishing village. 
923 The pilot's home. 

New Whitley, NtwcastU. 

1875. 567 The stream. 

1876. 122 In a Scotch Fishing Village. 

Milford, Godalming. 

1877. 37> A pastoral. 

79$ A village bridge. 

1878. 818 Evening. 

The Red House, Witley. 

1879. 71 Cornfield — autumn. 
684 Rustic bridge. 

1880. 584 Landscape — Surrey. 

1881. 239 The brook. 
565 A breezy day. 

1421 Evening. 

1883. 230 Woodland. 
251 Companions. 

1884. 293 " As it fell upon a day. In the 

merry, merry month of May." 
— Shakespeare, 
7, St. Paul's Road, 

Cambridge. 
1903. 833 Sunday morning— Odde, Nor- 
way. 




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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WATSON, Thomas L Architect. 

io8, West Regent Street, 

Glasgow, 

1890. 1855 Offices of the "Glasgow Even- 

ing Citizen." 

1891. 1852 Woodcroft, Larbert, N.B. 

1892. 1742 ChurchofSt. Peter, Drogheda. 

1893. 1643 House at Kelvinside, Glasgow. 

166, Bath Street, Glasgow, 
1900. 1898 59, Bath Street, Glasgow. 

WATSON, W Painter. 

10, Pembroke Place, UverpooL 
1872. 623 Scotch cattle — Rowardennan 
Ferry, Loch Lomond. 



William. 

Miniature Painter. 
80, Cannon Street, 
Portrait of a young lady. 

4, Poland Street, 
Portrait of a lady. 

Camden Town, 
New church, Kidderminster. 

46, Brewer Street, 
Admiral Lord A. Beauclerck. 
Portraits of two children. 

3, Queen St., Golden Square, 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. lady. 

Lord Charles Beauclerck. 
Admiral Lord Amelius Beau- 
clerck, G.C.B., G.C.H. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. do. 
Captain P. Campbell. 

40, London Street, 
The Hon. Miss Agnes Petre. 
Master Wilkinson. 
Hon. Arthur Petre, son of 
Lord and Lady Petre. 

68, Warren Street, 
The Hon. Frederick Petre. 
The Hon. Arthur Petre. 
T, Mackay, Esq. 
Mrs. Standish. 
The Hon. Frederick Petre. 
The Hon. Mrs. Frederick 

Petre. 
Miss Walburga Maria Lescher. 
James A. Douglas, Esq. 
Richard Buckner, Esq. 
Mrs. G. Grayham. 
Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. do. 

38, Howland Street, 
Capt. Henry Hemsley. 
Portrait of an M.D. 
Henry Howard Barber, Esq., 
of H.M. 15th Hussars. 



WATSON, 


1828. 


822 


1830. 


950 


1832. 


X065 


1835. 
1837. 


666 
770 


1839. 
1840. 

1841. 


1013 
713 

747 
769 


1843. 
1844. 


678 
829 
816 


1845. 
1847. 


849 
757 
781 


1848. 
1849. 


738 
79« 
869 

9«5 
688 

791 


1850. 
1851. 


813 
844 
856 
831 
898 
1057 


1852. 


780 
837 
9*3 



1853. 
1854. 



1856. 
1857. 

1858. 
1859. 



739 The Hon. Edmund Petre. 
681 Children of Lord and Lady 

Petre. 
694 do. do. 

766 Master Joseph Lescher, son of 

Joseph Lescher, Esq., of 

Boyles, Essex. 
768 Eva, the infant daughter of 

Hubert de Burgh, Esq. 
781 Miss Terese Lescher. 
807 Captain Charles Pierrepoint 

Lane Fox, H.U.G.G. 
889 Lord Petre. 
750 Charles Gregory, Esq. 
705 Mrs. Satch. 
708 Mrs. Graham. 
650 Captain Charles Lane Fox at 

the heights of the Alma. 

8, Hampstead Street, 
802 Joseph Murphy, Esq. 



WATSON, W. B Architect. 

31, Col tart Pood, Liverpool, 
1903. 1599 Design for a Golf Club House. 



WATSON, 



1883. 1336 
1425 

1884. 1372 

1885. 199 

1886. 995 

1887. 141 
1889. 821 



1890. 1055 

1892. 801 
1895. 235 

1897. 414 
1353 

1898. 765 

1899. 427 
767 

1901. 200 



William Peter ... Painter. 
58, St, Mary's Terrace, 

Paddington, 
Topsy. 

Sweet pale Margaret. 
A Study. 
Homewards. 
Village lasses. 
When the heart is young. 
Day dreams. 
43, Blenheim Crescent, 

Not ting Hill, 
A passing shot. 

Orchardleigh, Pinner, 
The fragrant weed. 
A study. 
A Village belle. 
Pinner from the Meadows. 
The old port. 
Mrs. Godfrey. 

High tide on a Norfolk river. 
When the year's young. 



WATSON, Mrs. William Peter (for- 
merly Miss Lizzie May Godfrey). 

Painter. 
58, St, Mary's Terrace, 

Paddington, 
1884. 897 " A thing of beauty is a joy for 

ever." 
1886. 965 At the back of the village. 

Orchardleigh, Pinner, 
1892. 659 Neighbours. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



^7S 



1902. 1207 Cathie, daughter of Lionel K. 
Pagden, Esq. 
12*6 Day-dreams. 
{See Miss L. M. Godfrey, vol iii, 
page 256.) 

WATSON, William Smellie, R.S.A. 

Painter. 
S, Great Ormond Street. 

18 16. 909 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1817. 320 Capt G. U. Barlow. 

1818. 60 Mrs. G. Baker. 

396 Portrait of a gentleman. 

70, Charlotte Street. 

18 1 9. 554 Portrait of a boy. 

WATSON, Miss Painter. 

12, Barossa Place^ Brampton. 

1844. 7^ The pride of the harem, or 

happy captive. 

"Though far removed from 

country, home, and friends, 

The lovely captive pines not to 

be free; 
Beloved by him her heart de- 
sired." 

WATT, H Sculptor. 

51, Walton Street^ Brampton. 
i860. 1068 Boyhood; marble. 

II, Lincoln Street^ Chelsea. 
1863. io>5 Undine. 

WATT, James C Architect, etc. 

9, Barton St.,, Westminster. 
1893. 1605 Town Hall, Brescia, Italy. 

71, Dee Struts Aberdeen. 

1896. 1750 Mural monument; marble and 

bronze. 

1897. 1780 Design for a mausoleum. 

1898. 1869 Portrait of a lady; enamel. 

WATT, James Henry Engraver. 

Gibson Hill^ Norwood. 
1856. 854 Study for a portrait 

1858. 879 A sketch from nature. 

1859. 1225 Christ blessing little children. 

After Sir C. Eastlake. 

WATT, Miss Linnie Painter. 

Home Lodge^ Norwood Road. 
1877. 766 Across the Downs. 

1879. ^« Summer time. 

779 "What's o'clock?" 

97 « \\Tiittling. 

1880. 675 September, near Charmoutlu 
907 Farm-house, Kent 

1882. 1076 Breez>- day. 



1885. 989 Winter in the greenhouse. 
1889. 1006 Rue de THorloge, Dinan. 
117, Palace R^ulj 

Streatham Bill. 

1897. 46 At Polperro. 

1898. 573 Market Place, San Remo. 

La Sagesse^ Dinan^ France. 
1901. 704 Rue de Jersual, Dinan. 

WATT, W. H PainUr. 

I, Pilgrinfs Lane^ Hampstead. 
1854. 429 Harvest time — Sunset. 
451 Lost and found. 

WATT^, A Painter. 

A. WattCy 139, Holbom. 
^797* 4^2 Head of a bard. 
A. Watts, 

At Iresof^s Hotels 

Westminster. 

1798. 66 Head of Infant Jesus. 

27, Middle Row, Moorfields. 

1799. 389 Woodland'retreat, from Thomp- 

son. " Deep roused I feel a 
sacred terror, a severe de- 
light, etc." 
485 Cupid, from Ovid's Amours. 
" Thus I complain'd : his 
bow the stripling bent. And 
chose an arrow fit for his 
intent" 

1800. 264 Portrait of a child. 

591 The despairing lover. From 
Walsh. 

1801. 12 The wearied Cottage girl. 

FumivaPs Inn Coffee House. 

1802. 63 Girl going with provisions. 
67 Boy cutting wood. 

260 Boy bathing his feet. 
685 The hay-mdcer. 

15, Bridges Strut, Strand. 

1803. 277 Cottage; child asleep. 

279 The little village favourite. 

1804. 639 A peasants' girl returning with 

water. 

FurmvaTs Inn Cqffa Houu. 

1805. 580 Portrait of a do^ 

1806. 314 Fisherman awaiting the return 

of his boat 
414 The contented peasant 
528 Skaiting. 

1807. 180 The indolent maiden. 
288 The bosom in danger. 

324 A young woman hanging out 

clothes. 
366 A young woman reckoning her 

money. 
553 Giri fetdiii^ milk. 
%%o The stolen opportunity. 




174 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Watt6, A. — continued. 
1808. toi A cottage child. 

1810. 203 A girl feeding a rabbit. 
213 A cottage girl. 

364 Reckoning the milk-tally. 
At Mr. Marshaifs, 

Middle Row^ Holborn. 

1811. 105 The contented cottagers. 
304 A girl going for milk. 
357 Girl with flowers. 

746 A young woman waiting the 

return of her husband. 
748 Young woman fetching water. 

778 Hark! the sweet warbler. 

779 The cottage maiden. 

Neiv Charlton^ Kent, 
1816. 556 A young woman at a cottage 
door. 
684 The fortune teller. 

WATTS, Dugard Painter. 

Boxtedy Colchester. 
1 90 1. 1059 Rustling through the reeds. 

WATTS, Frederick W Painter. 

High Street^ Hampstead. 
41 View near Capel Carig. 



1821. 

1822. 
1823. 



336 
3*9 

167 

*73 



»75 



1824. 



1825. 



1826. 



1827. 



do. Monmouth, 
do. Kilburn, Middlesex. 
View near Hendon, Middle- 
sex. 
View on the estate of Sir 
J. Hawkins, Bart., at Ket- 
ston, near Bath. 

do. do. do. 

308 Child's Hill, Hampstead; Har- 
row in the distance. 

322 View from Hendon, looking 
towards Finchley, Middle- 
sex. 

357 Scene between Colney Hatch 
and Southgate, Middlesex. 

169 View near Monmouth. 

252 Walford Church, Hereford- 
shire. 

345 Landscape. 

346 Cottage near Monmouth. 
349 View near Gloucester. 
382 Landscape and figures. 

37 iEnone and Faunus. From 
Ovid's Epistles. 

122 Landscape. 

SI 5 View near Tunbridge. 

343 Pont AberglasUyn — a mill near 
Beddgellert 

451 A mill near Beddgellert, North 
Wales. From a drawing by 
C. Deloherey, Esq. 
29 Scene near Hendon, Middle- 
sex. 



1827. 198 Farm House near Hendon. 
405 Cottage scene from nature. 

1828. 54 An old bridge at Hendon. 

83 The Decoy Farm at Hendon. 
482 View on the Wye— Trout-fish- 
ing. 

1829. 433 View on the Wye, Welch 

Bicknor Church in the dis- 
tance. 

463 Scene from Wood Mill near 

Southampton. 

1830. 240 Scene on the river Itchin. 

6, Union Terrace^ 

Camden Town. 

1 83 1. 20 Landscape, going to market 

1832. 4*4 Scene on the river Itchen, 

Hants. 
447 View at Matlock, Derbyshire. 
465 An old mill — evening effect. 

1833. 126 Mill near Staverton, Devon. 

464 Heavitree, near Exeter. 
1S34. 399 A lock near Manchester. 

418 Road scene, near Axminster, 
Devon. 

1835. 670 Aylesford Bridge, Kent. 

1035 The village of Aylesford, Kent. 

1836. 367 Scene on the Wye. 

1^37. 255 Distant view of Shanklin, Isle 
of Wight. 

I, Haver stock Terrace. 
1838. 394 Water-mill, near Ashburton, 
Devon. 
683 Farm at Totness, Devonshire. 
1339. 379 Heath scene. 

1009 Scene on the Thames. 
1840. 454 River scene. 

1842. 227 Winchester tower — Windsor 

from the Thames. 
367 The locks at Windsor. 
620 Landscape. 

1843. 49 Water-mill. 
374 Landscape. 
395 River scene. 

1844. 307 Landscape. 

1845. 477 River scene near Maidstone. 
525 Watermill. 

853 Landscape with waterfall. 

1846. 357 Lock scene. 

1104 Landscape with cattle. 

1 116 Heath scene with windmill. 

1847. *^9 Tintem Abbey on the Wye. 

1848. 498 On the river Lynn, North 

Devon. 
5S2 Cottage scene. 
641 Scene on the Wye. 

1849. ^^5 ^ water mill. 

293 Matlock, Derbyshire. 
1128 Bridge near Ashburton, Devon. 
1 85 1. 553 Hampstead Heath. Painted 
on the spot. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



175 



1854. 
1855- 



1856. 

»«S7. 
1859, 



i860. 



•s A watennill in Devonshire. 
iiS A lock scene. 
1S4 Wood scene, near Fairlight, 

Sussex. 
670 Landscape with watermill. 

I River scene. 
99< do. 

6ti Fishing house, near Marlow. 
1 177 Scene on the Thames near 
Marlow. 
60 Landscape. 



WATTS, Q Architect. 

Buckingham Street. 
1798. 93> Design for the front of a 
museum. 



1837. 258 
510 

1838. 76S 
113S 



WATTS, George Frederick, R.A., 

D.C.L. Painter. 

33, Up^r Norton Street. 
Portrait of a young lady. 
A wounded heron. 
Portrait of a young lady. 

I, capstone Street. 
Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. kdy. 

14, capstone Street, 

1840. 7 J. Whichelo, Esq. 
40S Isabella e Lorenzo. "Ella 

trovo il corpo del suo misero 
amante in mana cosa ancora 
guaste ne* corrotto." — Vide 
Bocaccio. 

41, Robert Street. 

1841. 221 Miss Brunton. 

1842. 407 Madame Jonieles. 
1229 Guiderius, Arviragus, Imogen, 

and Belarius.. " Why he but 
sleeps; If he be gone, we'll 
make his grave a bed : etc/' 
— Vide Cymbeline. 

48, Cambridge Street. 

Lady Holland. 

M. Guizot. 

30, Charles Street^ 

Berkeley Square. 

Life's illusions. "Sic transit 
gloria mundi." 

Subject from Isaiah; design 
for a fresco. 

Miss Virginia Pattle. 

The good Samaritan. Painted 
as an expression of the artists 
admiration and respect of the 
m^le philanthropy of Thomas 
Wright^ of Manchester. 
Vide Chambers^s Edinburgh 
Journal. 

940 Mrs. Jackson. 

941 Adeline. 



1848. 


107 

582 


1849. 


107 




900 


1850. 


»57 
40S 



1851. 
1852. 



1859. 

i860. 



I86I. 
1862. 

1863. 
1864. 

1865. 

1866. 
1867. 



1868. 



1869. 

1870, 
I87I. 



1098 Mrs. J. Ruskin. 
1 125 Colonel Rawlinson, C.B. 
1144 Henry Taylor. 
1167 Thomas Wright, of Manchester. 
480 Henry Taylor, 
looi Lord John Russell. 
1003 Francis Albert Rollo Russell. 

Little Holland House. 
438 Isabella. 

86 Mrs. C. Bentinck and her 
children. 

347 The Duke of Argyll. 
343 Miss Alice Prinsep. 

348 The window seat. 

124 Lady Margaret Beaumont and 

daughter. 

141 Sir Gakhad. 

364 Bianca. 

270 Virginia. 

523 Ariadne. 

39$ Choosing. 

437 A design for sculpture, "Time 
and Oblivion," to be executed 
in divers materials after the 
manner of Phidias. 
II Esau. 

251 W. Bowman, Esq., F.R.S. 

300 Design for a larger picture. 
23 Thetis. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

82 The Hon. Mrs. Seymour Eger- 
ton. 

207 The Dean of Westminster. 
{Dr. Stanley.) 

419 May. 

619 A lamplight study: Hen- 
Joachim. 
(Elected R.A.) 

30 Landscape— evening. 

290 The meeting of Jacob and 
Esau. 

323 The wife of Pygmalion, a trans- 
lation from the Greek. 

685 A. Panizzi, Esq. Presented to 
Mr. Panizzi by the officers of 
the British Museum^ on the 
occasion of his retirement from 
the post of Principal Lib- 
rarian injufyy 1866. 
io$3 Clytie; marble bust, unfinished. 

45 The return of the dove. 

125 The Red Cross Knight and 

Una. 
327 A portrait. 
700 Orpheus and Euridice, 
107 E» Burne-Jones, ~ 
193 Fata Morgana, ^^^^B^o. 




176 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Watts, George Frederick, R.A., D.C.L. 
— continued. 

187 1. 177 F. Leighton, Esq., R.A. 

1872. 57 V. C. Prinsep, Esq. 
, 145 A portrait; study. 

153 P. H. Calderon, Esq., R.A. 
215 Miss Virginia Dalrymple. 
266 R. H. W. Dunlop, Esq., C.B. 
658 " My punishment is greater 

than I can bear." Diploma 

work. 

1873. 13 G. Norman, Esq. 

36 W. Spottiswoode, Esq., F.R.S. 
214 The Duke of Cleveland. 

281 The prodigal. 

915 Miss Mary Prinsep. 

1874. 44 Mrs. Le Strange. 

51 Rev. James Martineau. 
246 The late John Stuart Mill, 

Esq. 
318 Lady Arthur Russell. 
13S3 The Rev. Harry Jones. 

1875. 188 Sir Edward Sabine, K.C.B., 

F.R.S., etc. Painted for the 
officers of the Roy ai Artillery . 
193 F. W. Walker, M.A., High 
Master of the Manchester 
Grammar School. 

266 Blanche. 

420 The late Marquis of Lothian. 
584 Dedicated to all the churches. 

1876. 164 By the sea; a study. 

x8 1 The RightRev. Edward Harold 
Browne, Lord Bishop of 
Ely, 1864-1873. Presented 
by clergy and laity of the 
Diocese of Ely upon his trans- 
lation to the See of Winches- 
ter. 
1275 C. Macnamara, Esq., Surgeon 
to the Westminster Hospital. 
To be placed in the Native 
Hospital, Calcutta. 

1877. 125 The Eiarl Cowper, K.G., etc. 

267 Miss Dorothy Tennant, second 

daughter of the late Charles 
Tennant, Esq., of Cadoxton 
Lodge, Neath, Glamorgan- 
shire. 
566 The dove. "Returned not 
again any more." 

1878. 128 W. E. H. Lecky, Esq. 
189 Lady Constance Lawley. 
195 Florence. 

343 Jacques Blumenthal, Esq. 
379 Britomart and her nurse (Spen- 
ser). 
i393t H. H. Gibbs, Esq. 
1879* 45 Mrs. Andrew Hichens. 

282 Sir William Armstrong. 



1879. 


288 Lieut-Col. the Hon. C. H. 




Lindsay. Presented by the 




officers of the St. Georges 




RifUs. 




414 The late F. P. Cockerell, Esq. 




486 The Earl Cadogan. 




i44» The Rev. J, Percival, President 




of Trinity College, Oxford, 




late Head Master of Clifton 




College. 


1880. 


4 The Dean's daughter. 




188 Lucy.' 




211 Portrait of the painter. Painted 




by invitation for the collec- 




tion of Portraits of Artists, 




painted by themselves, in the 




Uffizi Gallery, Florence. 




270 The Bishop of Exeter. ( Temple.) 




S97 Mrs. F. Myers. 


I88I. 


156 Matthew Arnold, Esq. 




229 Miss Baldock. 




278 C. A. lonides, Esq. 




484 Sir Frederick Leighton, P. R. A. 




S»i Miss M. Williams. 




i39« S. Pepys Cockerell, Esq. 


1882. 


193 A portrait. 




226 Alfred de Stern, Esq. 




A picture of Psyche, not 




exhibited, was purchased for 




the Chantrey Bequest in this 




year for jQi, 200. 


1883. 


286 Katie. 


1885. 


201 Miss Laura Gurney. 


1886. 


158 The death of Cain. 




1493 The late Mrs. Nassau Senior. 


1888. 


173 Dawn. 




1378 Pastel drawing. 


1889. 


318 "The habit doesn't make the 




monk." 


1890. 


196 Hester Fraser Tytler. 




437 A patient life of unrewarded 




toil 


I89I. 


304 Lady Katherine Thynne. 


1892. 


164 "She shall be called woman." 




1569 The youngest brother. See 




Fairy Story. 


1893. 


148 Promises. 




218 Endymion. 


1894. 


121 J. Passmore Edwards, Esq. 




251 The late Sir Andrew Clark, 




Bart. 




259 "For he had great posses- 




sions." 


1895. 


147 Jonah. 




258 The outcast: Good-will. 




343 Professor Max Miiller. 




1334 Lady Mount-Temple. 


1896. 


90 Alfred Gilbert, Esq., R.A. 




220 The infancy of Jupiter. 




305 The Marquess of Ripon, K.G. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



177 



1897. 116 Dorothy Eleanor, daughter of 

James D. K. MacCullum, 
Esq. 

1 898. 310 Love triumphant. 

1899. 175 The Rt. Hon. Gerald Balfour, 

M.P. 

1900. 207 The return of Godiva. 

1 901. 156 In the Highlands. 

1902. 177 Major-General Baden PowelL 

1903. 153 A parasite. 

1904. 179 Lilian. 

1842 Physical energy; equestrian 
statue, bronze. 
(Ste also F. W. George, vol. iii, page 225.) 

WATTS, Henry Architect. 

13, Bentinck Strut ^ Soho, 
1 83 1. 1 109 Design for a gothic church. 

WATTS, H. H Painter. 

Holywell, Oxford, 
1 818. 724 Portrait of a young lady. 
755 do. lady. 

H, W, Watts, 

Holywell, Oxford, 
1823. 992 The loiterer. 
H, H, Watts, 

St. Clemenfs, Oxford, 
1829. 351 A boy in a cellar. 
1836. 890 Shooting-pony, etc. 

WATTS, J Enamel Painter. 

31, George Street, 

Blackfriars Road, 
1794' 5®7 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

enamel. (Mr, Gibbon,) 
1796. 594 Portrait of the late Rev. W. 
Romaine. 

WATTS, James T Painter. 

/as. Watts, 
Bedford Buildings, Liverpool, 
1878. 894 Beech trees in winter. 

84, Myrtle Street, Liverpool. 

1880. 874 Welsh beeches in March sun- 

light. 

1 88 1. 710 Wind -bowed birches at Ar- 

thog. 
793 The sere and yellow leaf. 
868 A bright day on Barmouth 

Sands. 
James T. Watts, 

84, Myrtle Street, Liverpool, 

1882. 958 A Westmoreland beck swollen 

with autumn rains. 
987 "A silvery morning on a quiet 

shore." 
1004 A grove of young birches. 

VIII. 



1883. 1000 A fir wood in winter. 
1063 The squirrel. 

1884. 940 Moonlight on the coast. 
1078 A Manx glen in autumn. 
1 1 64 A Lancashire stream. 

22, Lord Street, Liverpool, 

1885. 1220 Moonlight; on the Mersey. 
1268 A gleam in the depths of the 

forest. 

1886. 1150 A beech glen. 

1887. 1214 A mountain stream in April. 

1888. 1280 "Bare ruin'd quires where late 

the sweet birds sang." 
1408 Birch trees in Autumn. 
1 44 1 Primrose time. 

1889. 1369 Nature's cathedral aisle. 

1890. 37 A winter eve. 

1 89 1. 1167 The home of the Squirrel. 
1x92 In a Welsh pine wood. 
1419 Autumn. 

1894. 1019 The path through the wood. 
1 1 22 Autumn leaves. 

34, Udderdale Road, 

Sefton Park, Liverpool, 

1899. 1015 A haunt of gipsies. 
1078 Afternoon glow. 

1900. 1233 In the forest of Arden. 

1 90 1. 152 A sky pageant over Cynicht 

and the Glaslyn valley. 

1902. 37S The Gipsies' haunt. 

915 Across the Dee from HeswalL 
1014 On the Lancashire coast. 

1903. 586 An April morning. 

1 904. 970 A Carnarvonshire moorland. 
1005 A Welsh wood in winter. 



WATTS, Mrs. James T. (formerly 
Miss Louisa M. Hughes)... Painter. 
84, Myrtle Street, Liverpool, 
962 A sandy shore. 

22, Lord Street, Liverpool, 



1884. 



1887. 


760 After Sundown. 


1889. 


1488 In Bettws-y-Coed churchyard. 


I89I. 


1 312 Winter sunshine. 


1892. 


XI 86 Snow. 




34, Lidderdale Road, 


1899. 


1223 Market Cross at Helmsley. 


1900. 


1258 Chalfont St. Giles. 


^ATT 


S, Leonard T Painter. 




55, Broadhurst Gardens, 


1893. 


94 A young witch. 




166 "Pale, cold face, star-sweet. 




On a gloom profound." — 




Tennyson, 


1894. 


138 " Funiculi, Funiculi." 




115, Gower Street, 


1895. 


425 " A maiden sat at her door.*' — 




Gilbert. 




AA 



178 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1896. 
1897. 
1898. 

1899. 



1902. 



Watts, Leonard T. — continued. 
1895. 584 Thomas Brock, Esq., R.A. 
807 Sir John Hutton. 
9x9 Mrs. Duff Mortimer. 
371 Rica. 
290 Constance May, daughter of 

Sir John Hutton. 
155 The children of Lawrence 
G. Sloan, Esq. 
StroudSy Horsteiiy 

Keynes^ Sussex. 
to Babyhood. 

85 The Persian girl. "Serene, with 

urgent lidded eyes, amorous, 

and lashes like to rays of 

darkness ." — Tennyson. 

20, Campden Hill Gardens. 

1903. 346 The Keepsake. 

WATTS, Mrs. See Miss Jane Waldie, 
vol. viii, page zoz. 

WATTS, S Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1780. 327 A View on Richmond Hill. 

1 781. 177 A landscape. 

1782. 364 Landscape. 
391 do. 

1783. 236 do. 

WATTS, T. B Painter. 

3, Whitcomb Street. 

1816. 525 Landscape — spring. 
686 Landscape from nature. 

18 1 8. 470 Landscape. 

WATTS, W Painter. 

Manchester. 

1802. 48 View of Lovers'-leap, in the 

County of Wicklow, from 
Grattan Lodge. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

181 7. 709 View of Dunluce Castle, co. 

Antrim. 
763 do. do. do. 

WATTS, Walter Henry. 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Tavistock Row^ 

Covent Garden. 

1803. 812 Col. Witherston. 

8x5 The Bishop of Sodor and Man. 

{Claudius Crigan.) 
818 Portrait of a lady. 

37, Broad St, ^ Golden Square. 

1804. 681 A frame containing nine minia- 

tures, the central a gentle- 
man in the Gray's-inn Rifle 
Corps. 
775 Miss M*Lean. 



21, Cecil Street, Strand. 

1806. 697 Grandmamma. 

1807. 845 Portrait of a lady. 

12, Winchester Street. 

1808. 816 Portrait of a young midship- 

man. 

1809. 595 Frugal fare. 

681 Miss Jones. 
687 Major Budden. 
724 A study. 

1 810. 624 A frame containing the por- 

traits of Mr. Young as Mac- 
beth, Miss Ray as Cicely 
Homespun, S. Steel, Esq., 
Mrs. Watts, the Rev. G. 
Bonner, and Miss Lloyd. 
669 A. Fraser, Esq. 

181 1. 403 Capt. Foreman, Duke of Cum- 

berland's Sharp-shooters. 

542 A frame containing the por- 
traits of Mrs. Oliver, the 
Rev. J. P. Prust, Miss Poore, 
W. Dunsford, Esq., Miss 
Johnson, Capt. Stanfell, 
R.N., and Mrs. Stanfell. 

587 Portraits of two sisters. 

644 A frame containing the por- 
traits of G. C. Poore, Esq., 
Miss E. Poore, and J. Mal- 
bon, Esq. 

181 2. 655 T. Maynard, Esq. 

676 Portrait of a young lady. 

7, Southampton Street. 

18 16. 603 Frame containing the portraits 

of three young ladies, 
sisters. 
704 His LH. John Archduke of 
Austria. 

720 Portrait of a gentleman. 

721 T. Barnes, Esq. 
747 Miss Parkin. 

18 1 7. 762 R. Owen, Esq., of New Lanark. 

S, Lower Newland Terrace^ 

Kensington. 

1819. 633 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

814 P. Drake, Esq., and Mrs. 

Drake. 
918 H.S.H. the Hereditary Prince 
of Hesse Hombourg. 

7, Pratt Street^ Lambeth. 
1821. 673 W. J. E. Bennett, Esq., St. 
Peter's College, Westmin- 
ster. 

682 Miss Lacy. 

795 Mrs. A Fraser. 

801 Miss Frances. 

802 Portrait of a lady. 

83 1 do. student of Christ's 

College, Cambridge. 
850 E. Roche, Esq. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



179 



17, Adam Street^ AdelphL 

1822. 659 W. Gifford, Esq. 

7, Pratt Street, Lambeth, 

1823. 876 H. W. Budden, Esq. 
1825. 614 Emma. 

7s'^ Portrait of a young gentleman 
of great musical genius. 
"Untwisting all the chains 
that tie The hidden soul of 
harmony." 

15, Frederick Place. 
1830. 591 Miss Jerdan and Miss Mary 
Jerdan. 

WATTS, William Painter. 

High Street, Hampstead, 
182 1. 40 A sleeping nymph. 
1823. 50 Mrs. Ward. 

432 F. Cramer, Esq. 

WAUD, Reginald L. 

Miniature Painter. 

2, Stanley Sttidios, 

Park Walk, Chelsea. 

1902. 449 George Uttley Esq. 

1 1 29 Violet, daughter of F. M. Tin- 
dall, Esq. 

WAUDBY, A. J Painter. 

3, Francis Street, 

Tottenham Court Road, 
1844. 607 A student. 

22, Aldenham Terrace, 
1847. 46 Devotion. 

44S An interior of a cottage. 

WAUGH, Miss Elizabeth J. 

Painter. 

Fulflood, Winchester, 
1885. 1707 The late Earl of Stamford and 
Warrington. 

WAUGH, Frederick J Painter. 

Sark, Channel Islands, 
1894. 258 La Grande Gr^ve, Sark. 

16, Great New Street, E, C, 
1899. 96 « Nature's quiet joys, 

Fernleigh, Hendon, 
1 90 1. 805 Spring time and song. 

42, Haverstock Hill, N, W, 

1903. 463 Early toilers. 
738 Seaward. 

955 The dancers. 

1904. iix Life beneath Waterloo Bridge. 
395 In the heart of Great London. 

WAUGH, S. B. Painter. 

1841. X 13 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Philadelphia, 
1846. 410 The mountain maid. 



WAUTERS, Emilc Painter. 

187, Rue Potagere, Brussels. 
1884. 606 Cairo from the Bridge of 
Kasr-en-NiL 
III, Rue Froissart, Brussels. 

1888. 33$ Mr. C. Somzee. 

1889. 1 1 28 The seamew's nest — an idyll 

of Morocco. 
23, Avenue Victor Hugo, 

Paris. 

1890. 917 T6te d'ange. 

X19S M. H. Spielmann, Esq. 

57, Rue Empire, Paris. 

1892. 912 Grande Mosqude de Tanger. 
1166 Carmen. 

57, Rue Ampire, Paris, 
1900. 458 L. Bischoffsheim, Esq. 

X070 Hon. Mrs. Stuart Bouverie. 

WAUTHIER, John M Painter. 

— Wauthier, 

15, Noel Street, Soho. 

1803. 307 View of the town of Lyon. 

/. Wauthier. 

1804. 617 A study. 

19, Cleaveland Street. 

1808. 648 Ruins near Rossano, supposed 

to have been those of an- 
cient Sybans, in the King- 
dom of Naples. 

1809. 355 View of the ruins of the aque- 

duct of Pola, in Istria. 

18 10. 549 View near Windsor. 

/. M. Wauthier, 

30, Molyneux Street. 

1 8 14. 203 A water-mill in Berkshire. 

181 5. 143 A landscape. 

1 816. 49 Cornfields near Hayes, Mid- 

dlesex. 

18 1 7. X87 An aqueduct in ruins. 

WAY, C.Jones Painter. 

71, Torrington Street. 
1865. 664 A study from nature. 

21, UoycPs Square. 
1868. 835 Sketch from nature. 
SSi Fagle Street, 

Red Lion Square. 
1884. 944 The abbey of St. Sulpice. 

1887. 1076 A winter's morning at the foot 

of Wetterhom. 

1888. 1)19 The winter's snow on the Dent 

du Midi. 

WAY, Miss Fanny. 

Miniature Painter. 

1893. 1224 Portrait of a lady. 
X225 Mrs. Langtry. 
X241 Portrait of a lady. 



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Way, Miss Fanny— continued, 
(Now Mrs. A. Thacker.) 

1895. 1130 Theodora. 

1154 Miss Ellaline Terriss. 
1 1 63 Evelyn. 

22, Montague Street^ 

Russell Square, 

1896. 1359 Avis, daughter of T. M. Wil- 

kinson, Esq. 
1369 Mrs. Friedberger. 

1897. 1466 Portrait of a lady. 

1 55 1 Mrs. W. Dwyer Way. 

1552 Mrs. Arthur H. Thacker. 
4, Gwendwr Roadj 

West Kensington* 

1898. 1402 Mrs. Thacker. 
1403 S. J. Thacker, Esq. 
143* Mrs. E. Pow)'s Cobb. 

1899. 1292 Ethel. 

1900. 1374 Pearls. 

1403 Mrs. Brown Potter. 
77ie Cottage, 

Arnison Road, 

East Molesey. 
1903. 1274 A study. 

WAY, J Painter. 

10, Palace Street, PimUco, 
1855. 950 On the Teign, Devon. 

John L. (Emily C.) 

Painter. 
46, Bedford Gardens. 

Major-General the Hon. J. C. 
Dormer, C.B. 

Violet, daughter of Armar 
Corry, Esq. 

The Countess of Sandwich. 

The Countess of Abingdon. 

Berta, daughter of Armar 
Corry, Esq. 

Lady Smyth. 

The Hon. Gilbert Irby. 

The late Archbishop of Ar- 
magh, Lord Primate of Ire- 
land. Presentation portrait. 
1896. 320 Lieut.-General C. Mansfield 
Clarke, C.B. 

WAY, Thomas R Painter. 

17, Tavistock Street, 

1886. 516 Evening on the Seine, Paris. 
852 Shops in an old quarter of 

Paris. 

1887. 861 The mouth of the harbour, 

Walberswick. 
1039 D^jeiiner; Faubourg St. Mar- 
tin, Paris. 

40, Doughty Street, 
1889. 1482 Strand lane. 



WAY, 


Mrs. 


1886. 


6J 


1887. 


»J3 


1888. 
1891. 


1076 

75 
130 


1892. 
1893. 
1894. 


tog 

507 
884 



43, Upper Berkeley Street, 
1892. 1601 The painter's mother; after 
J. McN. Whistler. 

1 10, Regents Park Road. 
1 901. 1214 Thames Embankment — even- 
ing. 
1x44 Twilight. 

WAY, W. Cosens Painter. 

83, Park Road, Newcastle. 
1867. 26a Rocks near Douglas, Isle of 

Man. 
1882. 380 The morning before the storm 
— Burnmouth. 
381 The village of Craster, North- 
umberland. 

1885. 1315 The two bridges, Sunderland. 

9, Kensington Terrace, 

Newcastle-upon- T^ne, 

1886. 1 171 Debatable ground. 
1894. X163 Stairs, Old Whitby. 

Bruce Buildings, Newcastle. 

1900. 1 14 The challenge. 

1 90 1. 905 Mated. 

WAYLBN, James Painter. 

28, Alfred Street, 

Bedford Square. 
1834. 221 A lady. 

Devizes, and 28, Alfred Street, 
Bedford Square. 

1837. 234 Marmion borne down by the 

Scottish spearmen at Flod- 
den. 
15, Buckingham Street, 

Adelphi. 

1838. 222 Portraits of two sisters. 

WEAR, Miss Maud M Painter. 

I a, Lennard Place, 

Circus Road, N. W. 
1900. 1495 Mrs. F. E. Wear. 

9, Exeter Mansions, 

Brondesbury, 
1903. 389 Miss Frances Wilkins. 

811 " Much study is a weariness of 
the flesh." 

WEATHERBY, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1823. 551 Partridges. 

1824. 871 Dead Pheasants. 

WEATHERHEAD, G. 

Gem Engraver. 
43, Old Compton Street, 

1839. 1262 Mare and foal; impression 

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WEATHBRHBAD. William Harris. 
^^* Painter. 

1 1, Maheme Cottages^ 

Kentish Town. 
i86a. 180 The market-girl. 

1867. 4a« Outskirts of the common. 

1868. 423 The reaper. 

1870. 325 La Penserosa. 
379 A rustic study. 

1871. 3S1 The lace maker. 
187a. 564 Churning. 

745 " Ye are no* spinning, Jenny." 

9»« Viola. 
1874. S09 A Puritan. 
1875- 7^5 The young wife. 

1876. 144 "Come along!" 

1877. 26 Ulmmortelle. 

113 La priire d'une vierge. 

607 Crumbs from a poor man's 

table. 
699 Neighbours. 

1878. 388 Kept in. 

683 A call to arms. 
1 361 Knitting. 

1879. 783 A bachelor. 

12, Torbay Street^ 

Kentish Town, 
1884. 399 Weary life. 
1895. 944 A Puritan. 



WEATHERLEY, William Samuel. 

Architect. 
31, Spring Gardens, 
1877. »o^* Parts of the Cathedral of 
Sens and Canterbury, being 
illustrative of the lectures 
of Sir Gilbert Scott, R.A., 
delivered at the Royal Aca- 
demy. 
X077 The vestibule of the chapter 
house of St. Mary's Abbey, 
York, being illustrative of 
the lectures of Sir Gilbert 
Scott, R.A., delivered at the 
Royal Academy. 
1 171 Part of the choir of Ripon 
Minster, etc., being illus- 
trative of the lectures of Sir 
Gilbert Scott, R. A., delivered 
at the Royal Academy. 

20, Cock spur Street, 
1886. 1564 House near Guildford. 
1890. 1712 Brandesburton Church interior, 
etc. 
1928 Norman ton-on-Soar Church, 
view from the river. 
1894. X707 Reredos, Boston Church, Lin- 
colnshire. 
1395. '57* Stanford-on-Soar Church, 



WEATHERLEY (H. S.) and lONBS 

(T. E.) Architects. 

20, Cockspur Street. 
1880. X160 The Preston Hotel 

1200 Church, Maesllwch Park, Rad- 
norshire. 

1885. 1816 Hatchett's Hotel, Piccadilly. 

1886. 1672 Saundby Church, near Gains- 

borough. 



WEATHERSTONE, Alfred C. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
337» ffig^ Street, 

Camden Town, 

1888. 1903 Design, Music. 

115, Gower Street, 
1890. 1082 Flora. 

14a, ChcUcot Gardens, 
1893. 999 Adoration of the Magi. 

116, Brecknock Road, 
1903. 1618 Design for East Window, the 
"TeDeum." 
1668 Stained glass window. 



WEAVER, Miss Emily Painter. 

1 7, Nottingham Place, 
1900. XI 60 Maggie. 



WEAVER, Herbert P Painter. 

46, Belsize Road, 

South Hampstead, 

1900. 1314 A bit of old Lisieux, Nor- 

mandy. 

1 90 1. 1234 A village near Andermatt, 

Switzerland. 
School of Art, Shrewsbury, 

1902. 1024 On the Yorkshire coast. 



WEAVER, J Painter. 

Draptf^s Hall. 
1 80 1. 64 Landscape and cattle. 

163, High Holborn, 

1808. 49X Portrait of a long-horned bull, 

the property of Lord Anson. 
514 Portrait of a favourite mare 
belonging to Viscountess 
Anson. 

1809. X99 Bob-tail, a celebrated cart- 

horse, the property of J. 
Powell, Esq., Broomes- 
thorpe, Norfolk. 



WEAVER, Miss L Painter, 

i860, 328 Landscape and \ 




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WEBB Painter. 

Melton Mowbray. 
1844. 119 Shah-war-Ali (noble, princely, 
fit for a King), a thorough- 
bred Cape horse, the favour- 
ite charger of General Shu- 
brick, in India. 



WEBB, Archibald Painter. 

Trafalgar Lodge^ Chelsea, 
1 84 1. 259 The stranded coaster. 



WEBB, Archibald Painter. 

1 2, Manor Mansions^ 

Belsize Park, 
1888. 1037 St. Paul's from Waterloo. 
X057 Off Limehouse. 
1282 South wark. 
4, Studios^ 

Sherrijf Road, 

Hampstead. 

1890. 301 A breezy day off Dort 

1 89 1. 133 The hour before sunset. 

1892. 1 144 Rye, from the hills. 



WEBB, Aston, R,A Architect. 

3, Duke Street, Adelphu 

1873. "H The Church of S. M. del Frari, 

Venice. 
1 201 The house of Ariadne, Pom- 
peii. 

1207 First bay, off south side of 

Giotto's Chapel, Pavia. 

1208 The shrine of St. Augustine, in 

the Cathedral at Pavia. 

1874. X115 Stained Glass in the Church of 

S. Maria Novella, Florence. 

1875. 9+3 Design for Grocers' Company's 

Schools. 

1876. 1017 New almshouses at Worcester. 
1020 do. do. 

1877. *°7* 20, Queen Street, Mayfair. 

1 169 Rhos parsonage. North Wales. 

1 1 80 North side of Chartres Cathe- 
dral. 

1 187 Church for Penycal, North 
Wales. 

1880. 1 1 37 60, Bartholomew Close. 

1 1 38 Granary, Deptford Creek. 

19, Queen Ann^s Gate, 

1881. 1025 Malines, Belgium. 

1026 Palais de Justice, Li^ge. 
1058 House at Ewhurst, Surrey. 
1098 Warehouse near Great Eastern 
Street, B.C. 

1882. 1x29 Cookham Dene, Manor Park, 

Chislehurst. 



1883. 1 148 New Holme, Bromley, Kent. 
1x64 Bracken wood. Higher Bebtng- 
ton, Cheshire. 
1884 129$ Bedford County Club. 

1885. X828 Alfrick Church, Worcestershire. 
1829 do. do. in- 
terior. 

1886. 1580 The Briary, Cowes. 

1603 St. Bartholomew the Great, 
West Smithfield. 

1887. 1740 Claines Church, Worcester. 
1750 Cathedral of Tours. 

1888. X762 Vicarage at Wick, Pershore. 

1889. 1839 Schools, St Bartholomew the 

Great 
2012 Burford Church, Tenbury. 

1890. x8i6 Peverey, Shropshire. 

1891. 1843 French Protestant Church,Soho 

Square. 

1892. 17x6 South Kensington Museum, 

etc. 
18 12 St. Bartholomew the Great 

1893. 1607 French Protestant Church,Soho 

Square. 

1894. X554 Church of St. George, Wor- 

cester. 
1^95* 1529 A summer cottage. Isle of 
Wight 
1555 Staffordshire Infirmary. 

1896. X636 " Windermere," Blackheath. 
1753 "The Gables," do. 

1897. 1759 Schools of French Protestant 

Church. 
1836 Paddockhurst, Sussex. 

1898. 1762 Yacht Club, Yarmouth, Isle of 

Wight 
1767 Hildon House, Hampshire. 
1774 A grain silo, Greenwich. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1899. 167 1 The Britannia Royal Naval 

Collie, Dartmouth. 

1900. 1866 Royal Collie of Science, South 

Kensington. 

1 90 1. 16 1 6 Victoria and Albert Museum, 

etc. 
1620 Sick quarters, Britannia Royal 
Naval College, Dartmouth. 

1902. 1550 University of Birmingham. 

With E. Ingress Bell, 

1903. X463 Royal College of Science, South 

Kensington, etc. 
X489 Completion of the Victoria and 
Albert Museum. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1904. 1498 Proposed architectural treat- 

ment of the surroundings 
to the National Memorial 
to Queen Victoria in front 
of Buckingham Palace. 
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WEBB (Aston) and BELL (E. In- 
gress) Architects. 

19, Qu^en Anne's Gate, 
1885. 1923 New Admiralty and War Office. 
Entrance Hall. 
1 93 1 do. do. from 

St James's Park. 
1888. 1728 Competition design for the 
Imperial Institute. 

1890. 1793 Metropolitan Life Assurance 

Society. 

1891. 1786 The Victoria Courts, Birming- 

ham. 

1893. 1602 Royal United Service Institu- 
tion, Whitehall. 
1603 New Police Offices, Birming- 
ham, etc. 

1895. IS 1 1 Christ's Hospital, Horsham. 

WEBB, Bernard H Architect. 

14, South Square^ Grafs Inn, 
1904. 1438 Design for a town hall, etc. 

WEBB, Byron Painter. 

Trafalgar Lodge^ Chelsea 
1846. 406 Red deer, from nature. 

1848. 475 Heath scene. 

1849. 294 Mare and foal. 

1853. 95S The surprise. 
1302 do. 

1854. X029 Abdallah. The property of Her 

Majesty, 
1320 "He wandered lonely as a 

cloud." 
1362 The Highland Group. 

1855. ii6 Sketch from life. 

424 Fair Nell by Freney. 

Messrs, TattersaiPs. 
1858. 742 The pick of the fair — coming 
storm. 



WEBB, Charles M Painter. 

1828. 171 A. Massingbeed, Esq. 

WEBB, E Architect. 

Park Hill, Clapham, 
1835. 1030 Interior of Gatton Church, 
Surrey, etc. 

WEBB, Miss Eliz Painter. 

1820. 318 A portrait. 

WEBB, Mrs. Eliza Painter. 

East Coombe, Old Charlton. 
1890. 943 Anemones. 
1893. 362 Chrysanthemums. 



WEBB, E. Doran Architect. 

Salishiry. 
1895. 1568 Altar cross, Salisbury Cathe- 
dral. 
43i ^^i^ Street, Salisbury, 

1897. 1749 The County Hotel, Salisbury. 

WEBB, E. W Painter. 

Thistle Grove. 
1850. 3 The captive. 

WEBB, George W Architect. 

14, Friar Street, Reading. 
1890. 17*7 Church of the Holy Trinity, 
Reading, Chancel. 
Market Place Chambers, 

Reading. 

1898. 1788 Design for Oxford Municipial 

Building. 

WEBB, Harry George Painter. 

17, St, Ann's Villas, 

Hotting Hill. 

1887. 1424 Near Mortlake, Surrey. 

1888. 157s A Sussex river. 

1889. 633 In the Weald of Sussex. 

31, The Avenue, Bedford Park. 
1893. 1394 Rye, Sussex. 



WEBB, Henry Painter. 

Langheme Villa, Worcester. 
1863. 78 On Leigh Brook, Worcester- 
shire. 
779 Summer-time. 

WEBB, J Painter. 

36, Bridge Row, Deptford, 
1 8 16. 545 Landscape — evening; a com- 
position. 

WEBB, J Architect. 

48, Piccadilly. 
1820. 976 Design for a banquetting room. 

WEBB, James Painter. 

Trafalgar Lodge, Chelsea, 
1^53' 933 Thunder clouds. 

1854. $87 Shortening sail 

Sussex Lodge, Chelsea, and 
Tattersairs, 

Hyde Park Corner. 

1855. ^ Mount's Bay, ComwalL 

222 A day on the Downs, Shank- 
lin, Iile of Wight 

1856. 266 A showery afternoon off Dover. 



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Webb, William J.^-continued, 

1866. 348 In the desert. 
532 The narrow way. 

1867. 545 The shepherd's daughter. 
563 A street in Jerusalem. 

I, IHtchfield Villas, 

Regents Park. 

1869. 766 The Eastern sheepfold. "But 

he that entereth in by the 
door, eX,c,^^—/ohn, x, 2, 3. 
1%,/ohn Street, 

Devonshire Hill, 

1870. 94* The rain cloud — Palestine. 

1871. no Wisdom and garrulity. 

1872. 605 A Welsh farm. 
808 The spice-seller. 

116, Adelaide Road, 
1878. 3»o The wild hawk. "The wild 
hawk stood with the down 
on his beak, And stared with 
his foot on the prey," — 
Tennyson. 

WEBBB, W Architect. 

74, Lamli^s Conduit Street. 
1843. 1279 Almshouses at Ringwood, 
Hants. 

3, Victoria Street, Pimlico, 

1857. 1031 Metropolitan Omnibus Ser- 

vants' Alms Houses, Hom- 
sey. 
1049 Church at Hornsey. 

1858. 1056 Schools near Birmingham. 
1078 Schools, Cams, North Wales. 

1859. 1092 Normal College, Bangor. 

10, Buckingham Street, Strand. 
t86o. 627 Dramatic College, Mayberry, 

near Dorking. 
1 86 1. 908 Almshouses at Rochester. 

WEBBER, A. Huish. 

Miniature Painter. 
Grove House, Tunbridge Wells. 
1898. 1264 Miss Ella M. Webber. 

WEBBER, B Painter. 

Bath. 
1822. 524 Groupe of flowers from nature. 

WEBBER, Henry Sculptor. 

4, Down Street, Piccadilly, 
^115' 330 Soldiers in conversation; mo- 
del in wax. 

331 An old head; model in wax. 
1776. 315 A senatorial figure; a model. 
28, Great Portland Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1779. 340 Bacchus and Ariadne; a basso- 
relievo. 



WEBBER, John, R,A Painter. 

4, Down Street, Piccadilly, 
1776. 313 Portrait of an artist. 

314 Two views of the environs of 
Paris. 

312, Oxford Street, 

1784. 140 A party from his Majesty's 

Ship Resolution, on Capt. 
Cooke's last voyage, shoot- 
ing sea-horses, latitude 71 
north in the year 1778. 

443 View at Pulo Condore, an 
Island in the China seas. 

448 do. do. 

1785. 26 View in Macoa. 

no Picturesque scene, in Nootka 
(or King George's Sound), 
west coast of America. 

211 View at Cracatoa, an island in 
the China seas. 

231 View at Macoa, near the en- 
trance of the river Canton, 
China. 

392 Poedua, daughter of Oree, 
chief of Ulaietea, one of the 
Society isles. 

491 View in Nootka; drawing. 

509 do. Kamtchatka; drawing. 

601 do. Otaheite; drawing. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1786. 17 Natives of Kamchatka. 

36 An inland view of Pulo Con- 
dore, an island in the China 
seas. 

93 View in Nootka (or King 
George's Sound), America. 

140 View in Makao. 

143 do. Pulo Condore. 

149 do. Ohaite Pecka Bay, in 
Otahaite. 

486 Scene in Oonalaska, America 
(drawing). 

516 View. Aimeo, one of the 
Society Isles; drawing. 

1787. 32 A chiefofthe Sandwich Islands 

leading his party to battle. 
72 A scene in the Friendly Islands, 
with a woman playing on 
the nose flute. 
143 View in the island of Ulieta, 
one of the Society Islands. 

1788. 137 View at St. Maurice, Switzer- 

land. 

562 View of the Pisevache, a cas- 
cade between St. Maurice 
and Martinach, Switzerland. 

569 View in Maccao, China. 

1789. 80 View of Mont Blanc, with the 

Glacier des Bassons, Cha- 
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1789. 105 View of Nootker harbour, in 

King George's Sound, west 

coast of America. 
121 View on the river Soane, near 

rile Barbe, Lyons. 
127 View near Cerdon, between 

Lyons and Geneva. 
140 Portrait of a gentleman. 
197 Winter scene in Kamtcbatka. 
212 View of Queen Charlotte's 

Sound, New Zealand. 
43" View of the harbour of Eimeo, 

one of the Society isles. 
452 Waheiadooa, chief of Oheite- 

peha, lying in state at Ota- 

hite. 

1790. 40 View of the Torrent on the 

Simplon Mountain, on the 

borders of Switzerland. 
159 View on the river Monow, near 

Monmouth. 
163 View on the river Wye, near 

Monmouth. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1 79 1. 73 View of the entrance of the 

peak, at Castleton, in Derby- 
shire. 
96 View of the harbour of Taloo 
in Eimeo, one of the Society 
Islands. 

165 Pliniana, a villa on the lake 
Como, a site remarkable for 
being the retreat of Pliny 
the Younger. 

572 A view of the entrance of the 
Peak at Castleton, in Derby- 
shire. 

1792. 87 View of the abbey mill at 

Shrewsbury. 

108 A view on the lake of Como. 

112 View of Bangor, taken from 
Bangor Hill, Carnarvon- 
shire. 

152 A rural scene in the vale of 
Festiniog, Carnarvonshire. 

512 A View of Ponte Pair, on the 
river Oawen, near Llan- 
roost, Denbighshire. 

518 A rural scene in Langollen. 

WEBBER, William John Seward. 

Sculptor. 
205, Tottenham Court Road. 
1870. 1197 Dr. Phillpotts, late Bishop of 
Exeter. 

39, Goodge Street. 

1874. 1577 Sir John Bowring (posthum- 

ous). 

1875. '404 John C. Dollman. 



1876. 1401 Thomas Holroyd, Esq.; mar- 
ble bust 
1407 Warrior and wounded youth. 
1465 A Nereid. 
1^77. 1531 Maidenhood; statuette. 
'* Standing with reluctant 
feet, etc." — Longfellow. 

1878. 1441 J* C. Dollman, Esq.; bust, 

marble. 
147 1 Warrior and wounded youth; 
marble. 

1879. 1579 T. F. Dollman, Esq. 
1585 Miss Emma Glase. 

1882. 1662 W. R. Seward, Esq.; bust. 
1884. 1834 Elsie, daughter of J. N. Fitch, 

Esq. 
1891. 1949 The late Alderman Dawson; 

bust, marble. 

WEBER, Ernest Painter. 

I, Wytnond Street^ Putney, 
1894. 1507 Moonrise. 

WEBER, Otto Painter. 

Brignall House^ Greville Rd.^ 
St. John's Wood. 
1374. 373 H.H. Prince Christian Victor, 
eldest son of T.R.H. the 
Prince and Princess Chris- 
tian of Schleswig-Holstein, 
etc. 
685 Baron von S. 
714 Le chemin barr^. 
1 1 8 1 " No, no, you have had enough : 

you're greedy." 
121 1 A sketch from a French cob. 
" How do you do?" portraits. 
A girl spinning, and her cow; 
north of Italy. 
1 345 Skye terriers : pet dogs of H.M. 

the Queen. 
307 The Roman Campagna; view 

from Acqua Cetosa. 
957 " He 's cast a shoe." 
70 " Come on — come along." 
96S A drove of Highland cattle. 
612 A hot day — Rivermere, Cook- 
ham. 
429 A midday meal in the open. 
233 A farm-yard. 
1288 A hot day; etching. 
1519 Hunters in the paddock. 
819 Out in a storm. 
898 Landscape in the Tyrol. 
370 The Mullion Cove and Gull 

Rock, Cornwall. 
562 Spring time. 

624 The Polurrian Cove, Cornwall. 
710 Mullion Island; children look- 
ing for the pilchard boats. 



1875. 



1876. 



1877. 



1878. 
1879. 
1880. 

1881. 
1882. 



1883. 
1884. 



1886. 



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Wcbcr, Otto — continued. 

32, Great Ormofid Street, 

1887. 548 Sea-weed gatherers — Cornish 

coast. 
868 Sennen Sands, Cornwall. 

1888. 123 His first dip. 
1074 A ride for help. 

WEBER, Theodor Painter. 

120, Pali Mail. 
1I871. 176 Dover Sands. 

248 East Cliff, Dover. 

1872. 624 Winter on the Kentish coast. 
1050 Cadgwith, Cornwall. 

1873. 595 On the Kentish coast. 

WEBLEY, Sam Painter. 

68, Kelmscott Road^ 

Clapiiam Ju fiction. 
1900. 1603 Death and the soldier. 

1657 Bellerophon slaying the 
Chimaera. 

WEBLING, Miss Ethel. 

Miniature Painter. 
6, Weitington Terrace, 

Bayswater, 

1 880. 1328 Josephine Webling. 

1 88 1. 1x64 Hilda, daughter of F.A.White, 

Esq. 

1882. 1068 Peggy; a portrait. 

1236 My right side, my left side, my 
full face; crayons. 

1883. X338 Head of a girl. 

1385 Ethel Webling and her sisters. 
4, Boyne Terrace, 

Holland Park. 

1887. 1551 Madame Schumann. 

1888. 1546 John Ruskin, Esq. 

1667 Herr Joachim, Esq. 

1668 Signor Piatti. 

1889. "639 Mrs. Wellesley. 
1661 Gerald. 

1671 Miss Josephine Webling. 

1890. 1437 Miss Agnes Garrett. 
1492 Sylvia Blunden. 

1494 E. D. 

1495 Esther. 

1541 Lucy Webling. 
1 561 Mrs. Webling. 

1891. 1474 Miss Ethel Large. 

1487 Mrs. Susan Glover. 

1488 Miss Atkinson. 

1892. 1327 Mr. H. Beerbohm Tree as 

"Hamlet." 

1328 A portrait. 

1329 Walt Whitman. 

1330 Dan Cupid. 

1 33 1 Girl's head. 



1892. 1332 The late R. H. Soden Smith, 

Esq. 
1333 Alice Evatt Evans. 
2, Camden Gardens, 

Shepherd's Bush. 

1893. 1334 Alfred Lord Tennyson. 

1894. 1270 The late Hon. James G. 

Blaine. 

WEBSTER, Alfred George. 

Painter. 
Eastgate, Lincoln. 
1873. 278 Girl knitting. 

Louth Park, Lincoln. 
1880. 158 Onward, Christian Soldiers! 

Lindum Road, Lincoln. 

1882. 364 The Cloisters, Lincoln. 

1883. 174 In the Cloisters, Lincoln. 

1884. 326 The Cloisters, Lincoln — even- 

ing. 

1885. 843 Bishop Russell's Chapel, Lin- 

coln Cathedral. 

1889. 884 The Castle Nemours, Seine-et- 

Mame. 

1890. 947 Couci-la-Ville (Aisne). 

1 89 1. 505 To bed by daylight. 
1309 Gruyire. 

1892. 472 A study. 

824 St. Martin's altar, Xanten. 

1893. 742 The landward gate — after rain. 

1894. 754 Summer night. 

WEBSTER, Miss E. A Painter. 

1857. 968 Part of the old bridge, War- 
wick Castle. 

Little Brick Hill, Bucks. 
1863. 747 Study from nature. 

WEBSTER, George Painter. 

3, Thanet Place, Temple Bar. 

1797. 682 Shipping. 
1078 do. 

1798. 578 Drawing of shipping. 
583 do. do. 

1800. 617 Cape Coast Castle, on the 

coast of Guinea. 

71, Leather Lane. 

1 80 1. 594 A view of Annamaboe, on the 

gold coast, Africa, taken 
from the spot, 1 799. 

21, White Lion Street. 

1806. 446 A sea piece, with view of 

Tantum, Africa. 
447 A sea piece, with view of 
Goree, Africa. 

1807. 460 Shipping — a fresh breeze. 

1808. 139 A storm. 

1825 949 Battle of Trafalgar. TheTeme- 
raire, 98 guns. Captain 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



189 



Eliab Harvey, capturing Le 
Redoutable and Le Fou- 
geuex, 74 guns each, 3 
o'clock p.m., October 21st, 
1 805. Painted for the Eppifig 
Place Society, 
1826. 998 Renderley Hall, the seat of 
Alexander Nowell, Esq., in 
Westmoreland. 

Kendal, 
96 A ship in distress. 
247 A stiff breeze; making signal 
for a pilot. 
{The above are inserted as in the cata- 
logue, but No. 998 is evidently the work of 
an architect living at Kendal — although the 
cuidress given is at White Lion Street — the 
culdresses were evidently transposed in error ^ 



WEBSTER, George Sculptor. 

109, Groi^e Lane, 

Champion Hill, 
1879. 1574 The late Sir James Coxe, K.B., 
Commissioner for Lunacy 
in Scotland. 



WEBSTER, G. R Painter. 

6, Russell Terrace, Slough. 

1878. 1 1 13 Queen Eleanor's Cross, at 

Northampton. 

1879. 1 171 The great bam at Harmonds- 

worth. 



WEBSTER, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1799. 245 Lord Northumberland and 
Lady Percy. " Lady Percy, 
O yet for Heaven's sake." — 
Hen, IV, 2nd part, scene 5. 



WEBSTER, John Dodslcy. 

Architect. 
21, Church Street, Sheffield, 

1877. 1163 The Jessop Hospital for Wo- 
men, Sheffield, etc. 

1884. 1300 The Henry Wilson Memorial 
Church, Carbrook, Shef- 
field. 

1886. 1656 Design for the Mappin Art 
Gallery, Sheffield. 



WEBSTER, R Painter. 

2, Queen^s Row, Pimlico. 
1 816. 456 Portrait of a young artist. 
1 81 8. 530 do. gentleman. 



WEBSTER, R. Wellesley ... Painter. 
Lime House, Lime Grove, 

Manchester, 

1889. 1 141 Notre Dame, Bruges — evening. 

1892. 600 A sunny afternoon— east coast. 

909 A creeping tide on the east 

coast. 

1895. 4^3 ^ breaking wave. 

1896. 674 Ebb tide — East coast. 
695 A shore sketch. 

1897. 516 Preparing for rough weather. 

5, Belmont Street, Southport, 
1899. 234 Towards evening —New Forest. 
828 Cornish sketch. 



WEBSTER, T Painter. 

1844. 88 The Violet Seller. 

{As no address is given, this exhibit may 
belong to T Webster, P,A,, and have been 
placed in the wrong place in the index,) 



WEBSTER, Thomas, ^..^.... Painter. 
StabU Yard, 

St, Jameses Palace, 
1823. 334 Portraits of Mr. Robinson and 
family. 

19, Howland Street. 
1827. 216 The children of T. Drane, 
Esq. 

5, Lower Belgrave Place. 
1829. 212 Gunpowder plot. 

1832. 262 Smugglers. 

The Mall, 

Kensington Gravel Pits, 

1833. 85 The lantern. 
454 A village school. 

i8^S' 9* Bird-catchers. 

295 The intercepted letter. 

1836. 316 Going into school. 
334 Coming out of school. 

1837. 276 Returning from the fair. 

1838. 404 Breakfast. 

1839. 363 Foot-ball. 

1840. 328 Punch. 

1 84 1. 65 The boy and many friends. 
268 The frown. " Well had the 

boding tremblers learned 
to trace The day's disasters 
in his morning face." — Gold- 
smith, 
271 The joke. "Full well they 
laughed with counterfeited 
glee At all his jokes, for 
many a joke had he." — 
Deserted Village. 

1842. 142 The grandmother. 
147 The impenitent 
251 Going to school. 



190 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Webster, Thomas, R.A,^continued. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1843. 128 Sickness and health. "The 

cheerfulness of innocence 
serves to mitigate distress." 
— Wordsworth. 

1844. 37 Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. Web- 

ster. Painted to commemo- 
rate the fiftieth anniversary 
of their wedding, 
259 The pedlar. 

1845. 360 A dame's school. 

" In every village marked with 

little spire, 
Embowered in trees and 

hardly known to fame. 
There dwells, in lowly shed 

and mean attire, 
A matron old, whom we school 

mistress name, etc." 

— Shenstone, 
(Elected. R.A.) 

1846. 112 "Please remember the grotto! 

only once a year." 
417 Good-night! "The little 
strong embrace of prattling 
children twined around his 
neck, etc." 

1847. 104 A village choir. "If you are 

disposed to go to church," 
said Frank Bracebridge, " I 
can promise you a speci- 
men of my cousin Simon's 
musical achievements. As 
the church is destitute 
of an organ he has formed 
a band from the vil- 
lage amateurs, and esta- 
blished a musical club for 
their improvement; he has 
also sorted a choir, as he 
sorted my father's pack of 
hounds, according to the 
direction of Jervaise Mark- 
ham, in his Country Con- 
tentment; for the bass he 
has sought out all the deep 
solemn mouths, and for the 
tenor the loud ringing 
mouths, among the country 
bumpkins." — The Sketch 
Book, 

142 Miss Ellen Young. 

666 Instruction. 

1848. 135 The internal economy of 



1849. 



176 
17» 



Dotheboys 
Dickens. 

A rubber. 

A see-saw. 

A slide. 



Hall Vide 



1850. 


54 A study from nature. 




98 A cherry seller. 




146 A peasant's home. 




360 A farm-house kitchen. 


I85I. 


106 A chimney comer. 




108 Attraction. 




173 Mrs. Thompson. 


1852. 


60 A school playground. 




95 A B C. 




153 A letter from the Colonies. 




597 The daughters of F. Young, 




Esq. 


1853. 


1 16 A dame's school. "In every 




village mark'd with little 




spire, etc." — Shenstone. 


1854. 


85 A villager's offering. 




104 A breakfast party. 




159 Peasant children. 


1855- 


103 Spring — the first of a series of 




the Seasons. 




182 A race. 


1856. 


114 Hide and Seek. 




Cranbrook^ Kent, 


1858 


60 Summer. 




119 Sunday evening. 




" Thrice happy is that humble 




cot 




Where love abides, though 




wealth is not; 




Where the old patriarch and 




the child. 




The father strong, the mother 




mild. 




Ere each the humble pallet 




press, 




Dwell on the holy words that 




bless."— ^. 5. ilf. 




334 Grace before meat. 


i860. 


121 Autumn. 




133 Winter. 


1862. 


142 Roast pig. " Of all the deli- 




cacies in the whole mundus 




edibilis I will maintain it to be 




the most delicate— /rrW^^j 




ohsonium,'^ — Charles Lamb, 




397 Old eyes and young eyes. 


1863. 


159 A tea-party. 




165 Alone. 


1864. 


86 A game at draughts. 




249 The Battle of Waterloo. 


1865. 


17 Village gossips. "At every 




word a reputation dies." 




87 My back-kitchen. 


1867. 


60 The Tempter. 




117 Contentment. 




153 Watching a delicate operation. 




167 Domestic medicine. 




371 Practising for a village con- 




cert. 


1869. 


137 Politicians. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



191 



I87I. 


138 Volunteers at artillery practice. 




257 Robbers dividing the plunder. 


1872. 


189 Odd or even. 


1873. 


148 An interested adviser. 




269 The truant. 


1874. 


315 The prompter. 




374 The wreck ashore. 


1876. 


193 Waiting for the bone. 




341 Youth and age. 




494 A birthday tea-party. 


1877. 


187 The letter. 




" Still doubtful of their hearts' 




desire, 




The anxious mother and the 



sire 
The letter scan, and inly pray 
For happy news of those 

away." 

1878. 259 Portrait of himself. "As the 

sweet afterglow lights up the 
western skies, So is my 
evening bright with fond 
memories." 

1879. ^n Released from school. 

WEBSTER, Walter E Painter. 

Pomona Hause^ 

in, New Kin^s Road. 
1904. 871 Memories. 

WEBSTER, William Painter. 

Hyberton House^ Lee^ Kent 
1885. 898 Beech trees, Arundel Park. 

Art Club, Blackheath. 
1899. 31 Backwater, Frinton. 

WEDDERBURN, Miss Jemima 
(afterwards Mrs. Hugh Blackburn). 

Painter. 

1848. 1043 Phaeton. 

1849. 387 Plough horses startled by a 

railway engine. 
(See Mrs. Blackburn, vol. i, 
page 205.) 

WEEDON, Augustus Walford, RJ. 

Painter. 
I, Sutherland Street, 

Maida Vale, 
769 An autumn evening. 
739 The coast of North Devon. 
825 Falls of the Orchy, N.B. 

2, Elgin Road, Maida Vale, 
7*6 Peat bog near Dalmally, Ar- 
gyllshire. 
838 The River Orchy, near Dal- 
mally, Argyllshire. 
865 The river Grudie, Ross-shire. 
773 Ben Are-Charr, Loch Fuon, 
Ross-shire. 



1871. 
1872. 



1873. 



1874. 
1875. 



1876. 
1877. 

1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1883. 
1884. 



1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 

1891. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 



1902. 

1903. 
1904. 



65, Warwick Road, 

Maida Hill. 
667 Moorland stream. North Wales. 
935 Gravel pits, Fettleworth Com- 
mon, Sussex. 
860 Highland spate. 
696 Leith Hill, Surrey. 
665 Sussex Meadows. 
982 Loch Maree. 
557 A spate, Ross-shire. 
1 141 On the Arun, Sussex. 
1199 On the Moors. 
1536 The Marsh Mill. 
1 1 39 Dubh Loch, Ross-shire. 
1055 On the Maas, Dordrecht. 
1235 Loch Maree. 
750 Mist and flood. 
518 Gathering peat, Ross-shire. 

193, Portsdown Road, 
1383 The road to Winchelsea. 
148 Gathering peat, Ross-shire. 
1088 The Firth of Tay. 
1 113 Richmond Park. 

6, Carlton Mansions, 

West End Lane, N.W, 
834 Showery weather near Lyming- 

ton. 
846 In the marshes near Yarmouth. 
185 Stormy weather near Sandwich. 
1082 Hayfield, Sussex. 



WEEDON, Edwin Painter. 

15, Essex Street, Strand. 
1850. 267 A Dutch schuyt beating up the 
Scheldt 

WEEKES, Frederick Painter. 

Ealeston Street South. 
1 86 1. 115 Captured. 

18, Princes Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1863. 211 The ambulance. 

75, Arlington Street, 

Camden Town. 

1864. 129 Moss troopers fording a morass. 

12, Clarence Roeui, 

Camden Town. 

1865. 41 Home from the war. 
292 Hunted down. 

1866. 22 Free companions. 

85 Hiding from pursuit "A 
stark moss-trooping Scott 
was he, etc." 
14, Green St,, Leicester Square. 

1867. 459 Prisoners of war. 

691 The standard bearer. 
698 Two of a trade can never 
agree. 

Langham Chambers, 
I 1868. 3 Troopers crossing a morass. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Weekes, Frederick — continued, 
1868. 2*4 Chased — dead beat. 
746 Glory. 

76, Newman Street. 

1870. 57 Impending hostilities. 

187 1. 259 Mustering for a raid over the 

border. 



WEEKES. 

1828. 1 142 



1192 

1829. 1153 

1221 



1830. 1183 
1224 

1831. 1160 
1166 

1832. 1215 

1833. 1203 

1834. 1095 



1098 



1835. 1080 
1126 

1836. 1064 



1837. 


1236 




1275 




1277 


1838. 


1252 


1840. 


1147 


I84I. 


1275 



I3I2 



Henry, R.A Sculptor. 

1 1, Ebury Street y Pimlico, 

Marble bust (posthumous) of 
the late John Plumptree, 
Esq., of Fredville, Kent. 

Marble bust of an infant. 

Bust of the Earl of Darnley. 

A marble column to receive 
a sundial, to be erected by 
public subscription, in the 
Dant John Field, Canter- 
bury. " See with what giddy 
chase the seasons run, etc." 
8, Rantlagh Grave^ Chelsea, 

Bust of a gentleman. 

do. Dr. Bagot, late Bishop 
of St. Asaph. 

A sleeping infant. 

Marble bust of a lady. 

do. a young lady, 

do. William Mas- 

ters, Esq. 

Marble bust of the Rt. Hon. 
S. R. Lushington — executed 
for the Canterbury Philo- 
sophical Society. 

Marble bust of the late Rev. 
Dr. Welfitt, Prebendary of 
Canterbury. 

Marble bust of a widow lady, 
do. the Earl of 

Winchelsea. 

Statue of James Stephen Lush- 
ington, Esq., for St. George's 
Church, Madras. 
26, Lower Belgrave Place, 

Marble bust of Dr. Phillips 
Jones. 

Bust of John Martin, Esq., 
painter of Belshazzar's Feast. 

Posthumous bust of the late 
Henry Maudsley, Esq. 

Marble bust of the Queen, 
executed by Her Majesty's 
command. 

Marble bust of Viscountess 
Middleton. 

Marble bust (posthumous) of 
the son of Captain Hoare, 
of Wavendon, Bedfordshire. 

Marble bust of a young lady. 



1 84 1. 1330 Marble bust of the Speaker. 

{Lefevre,) 

1842. 1269 Marble group for St. George's 

Church, Madras, to the 
memory of the late Rt. Rev. 
Daniel Corrie, LL.D., first 
Bishop of that Diocese, re- 
presenting him imparting 
religious instruction to a 
native youth. 

1396 Marble bust of Allan Cunning- 

ham, Esq., author of " The 
Lives of British Artists." 

1843. 1467 Marble bust of Baboo Dwarka- 

nauth Tagore, for Calcutta. 
1 513 Marble bust of the Earl of 
Shaftesbury. 

1844. 1289 Monumental figure, in memory 

of Emily Isabella Smyth 
Pigott, daughter of John 
Hugh Smyth Pigott, of 
Brockley Hall, Somerset- 
shire, for the church at 
Weston-super-Mare. 

1387 Marble bust (posthumous) of 
the late Sir Astley Cooper, 
Bart., F.R.S. For the Royal 
College of Surgeons, 

13S8 Marble bust of the Earl of 
Auckland, for India. 

1397 Marble bust of H. T. Prinsep, 

Esq., for Calcutta. 

I, Eccleston Street, 

1845. 1325 Marble statue of the Marquis 

Wellesley, representing His 
Lordship at the period of 
life when Governor-General 
of India. For the Board 
Room of the Hon. East 
India Company, Leaden- 
hall Street. 

1338 Marble statue of the late Rev. 
Dr. Goodall, Provost of 
Eton. For Eton College 
ante-chapel. 

1445 Marble bust (posthumous) of 
the late John Travers, Esq. 

1460 Marble bust of the Duke of 
Richmond, K.G. 

1469 Marble bust of the late Charles 
Beckett Greenlaw, Esq., 
Secretary to the Marine 
Board in Calcutta. To be 
placed in the Town Hall, 
29, Lower Belgrave Place, 

1846. 1456 Marble bust of General Sir 

Edward Paget, G.C.B. 
1499 Marble bust of the late John 
Forbes, Esq., East India 
Director. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



193 



1846. 1501 Marble bust of the late Duchess 

of Marlborough. 
1517 Marble bust of the Rev. Adam 
Sedgwick, F.R.S., Wood- 
wardian Professor of Geo- 
logy* Cambridge. 

1847. 1329 Design for a monumental 

statue of the late Sir T. 
Fowell Buxton, Bart., M.P. 

1 395 Model of a bronze statue of the 
Earl of Auckland. For the j 
Esplanade, Calcutta. 

1419 Marble bust of General Caul- 
field, C.B. 

1446 Marble bust of James S. Forbes, 
Esq. 

1848. 1467 Marble bust of the Dowager 

Countess of Dunmore. 

1849. 1226 Monumental figures of the late 

Samuel VVhitbread, Esq., 
M.P., and Lady Elizabeth 
Whitbread. For Cardington 
Church, Bedfordshire. 

1257 Marble bust (posthumous) of 
the late Lord Abinger. 

1273 Monumental bust of Lieut- 
Col. Sir George Gipps, late 
Governor of New South 
Wales. To be placed in 
Canterbury Cathedral. 

1325 Marble bust of Mrs. George 
Forbes. 

1332 Marble bust (posthumous) of 
the Rt. Hon. C. BuUer, M.P. 
for Liskeard, and late Pre- 
sident of the Poor Law 
Board. 

1850. 1 304 The suppliant. "That it may 

please thee to defend and 

provide for the fatherless 

children, etc." 
1315 Resting after a run. Marble 

statue of the daughter of 

Frederick J. Reed, Esq. 
1434 Marble bust (posthumous) of 

the late William Amory, Esq. 
1436 Marble bust (posthumous) of 

the late Thomas Wilkinson, 

Esq. 

1851. 1330 Marble bust of Samuel Amery, 

Esq. 
1376 Marble bust of the artist's 

father. 
1 3 S 2 Marble bust of the late Duchess 

of Marlborough. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1852. 1319 A shepherd. 

1350 Design for a statue of Sir 

Robert Peel. 
14S1 Marble bust (posthumous) of 

VIII. 



1852. 1483 
1485 

1853. 1346 

1400 

H37 
1448 

1854. 1370 
t377 

1855. 1411 

»54i 
«54* 



1856. 


1324 




»357 




1361 


1857. 


1215 



I2I8 



1272 



Henry B. H. Beaufoy, Esq., 
F.R.S. 

Marble bust (posthumous) of 
Mrs. Charles Mears. 

Marble bust (posthumous) of 
Georgina, daughter of Dun- 
can C. Peel, Esq., of New 
York. 

Monumental group of Percy 
Bysshe Shelley and Mary 
Woolstonecroft Shelley. For 
Priory Church,Christchurch, 
Hampshire. 

Marble bust of James Mon- 
crieff Amott, Esq., F.R.S., 
late President of the Royal 
College of Surgeons. 

Marble bust of the late Mrs. 
Vaughan, of Cumberland 
Terrace, Regent's Park. 

Marble bust (posthumous) of 
Louisa Nicholson, eldest 
child of John Ralph Shaw, 
Esq., of Arrewe, Cheshire. 

The young naturalist. " Alone, 
upon the wild sea-shore she 
stands, etc." 

Design for an equestrian statue of 

the late Duke of Wellington. 

Eccieston Street, South. 

Marble statue (posthumous) of 
the infant son of George 
Beaufoy, Esq. " Thus early 
down the stream of life I 
swam, etc." 

Mrs. Harrison Blair, of Outwood 
Lodge, near Manchester; 
marble. 

Marble bust (posthumous) of 
Lieut. Greathed, R.N., killed 
in the trenches before Sebas- 
topol, Oct. 26, 1854. 

Marble bust (posthumous) of 
Mrs. Charles Conrad Grey. 

Marble bust of the late Sir C. 
Bell. For the Royal College 
of Surgeons. 

Marble bust of the late Lord 
Truro. 

The young naturalist. " Alone 
upon the wild sea-shore she 
stands, etc." 

The mother's kiss. "Twas 
said of old, that from the 
mother's kiss First grew the 
infant germ of love, etc." 

Anna Maria, eldest daughter 
of Sir Henry John Lambert, 
Bart., posthumous marble 
bust. 

cc 



194 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Weekes, Henry, R.A.^continued. 

1858. 1185 The mother's kiss; marble. 
1306 The late Dr. Buckland, Dean 

of Westminster. For the New 
Museum^ Oxford. Marble. 

1859. 1287 John Perry, Esq. 
1321 An African head. 

1347 The late Duke of Marlborough. 

1348 Mrs. James P. Currie. 

i860. 1018 Joseph Henry Green, Esq., 
D.C.L., F.R.S., formerly 
Professor of Anatomy to the 
Royal Academy. 
1080 Mary Wollstonecraft, authoress 
of " The Rights of Women." 

i86t. 997 Sardanapalus; marble statue. 
For the Egyptian Hally 
Mansion House, 
1056 Joseph Maudslay, Esq. 

1862. 1010 The late Captain Robb, R.N.; 

posthumous marble bust. 
1031 Design for the Guards' Memo- 
rial. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1863. 1020 Joseph Henry Green, Esq., 

F.R.S., late Professor of 
Anatomy to the Royal Aca- 
demy. Diploma work, 

1040 Play; marble group of Miss 
Hartree and dog. 

1044 Ariel. 

1058 The late Sir Benjamin C. 
Brodie,Bart.,F.R.S.; marble 
bust. For the Royal College 
of Surgeons. 

1864. 862 John Hunter; marble statue. 

For the Royal College of 
Surgeons. 

900 W.H.Whitbread,Esq.; marble 
bust. Presentation bust. 

9 1 1 The Rt Hon . Sir George Corne- 
wall Lewis, Bart.; marble 
posthumous bust. For West- 
minster Abbey. 

917 William Harvey; model of a 
statue in the New Museum 
at Oxford. 

1865. 938 The late Sir Tatton Sykes, 

Bart. ; marble (posthumous). 
952 The late Peter Martin, Esq., of 
Reigate; marble (post- 
humous). 

1866. 847 Luna. "She rises bright o'er 

the Norman tower, etc." — 
H. W. 

870 Thomas Martin, Esq.; marble. 
For the Public Hall, Rei- 
gate. 

872 Richard Gibbs, Esq.; post- 
humous, marble. 



1866. 880 The late Joshua Field, Esq. 
896 The late W. Mulready, R.A.; 

marble. 

1867. 1053 The late Charles Pearson, Esq.; 

Solicitor to the City of Lon- 
don; marble bust, post- 
humous. 
1054 Sir William Lawrence, Bart., 
F.R.S.; marble bust. 

1868. 970 T. Stothard, Esq., R.A.; mar- 

ble bust For the National 
Gallery. 
96, Buckingham Palace Road. 

1869. 1 192 Monumental figure of the late 

Rt. Hon. Dr. John Bird 
Sumner, Archbishop of Can- 
terbury, placed in Canter- 
bury Cathedral; marble. 

1218 Her Majesty the Queen pre- 
senting the Order of the 
Star of India; model. For 
Calcutta. 

1242 Charles II; model. For West- 
minster Hall, 

1283 Cleopatra. " Come, thou mor- 
tal wretch, etc." — Antony 
and Cleopatra. 

1870. 1193 The late H. Fenwick, Esq.; 

marble bust. 
1217 The late John Smith, Esq., of 

Bombay; marble bust. 
1221 The late George Jones, Esq., 

R.A. Presented by Airs. 

Jones to the Royal Academy \ 

marble bust. 

187 1. 1284 Mrs. Fleming; marble bust. 
1286 John Fleming, Esq., C.S.I. ; 

marble bust 

1872. 1550 Sir Roderick ImpeyMurchison, 

Bart, K.C.B., F.R.S., Presi- 
dent of the Royal Geogra- 
phical Society. To be placed 
in their rooms in Savile 
Rout. 
1567 John Flint South, Esq. 

1873. »5»6 R. Ansdell, Esq., R.A. 

1561 The Rt Hon. Edmund Ham- 
mond, P.C, Under-Secretary 
of State for Foreign Affairs. 

1874. 1455 Field-Marshal Sir C^orge Pol- 

lock, G.C.B.; marble bust 
(posthumous). For the Mer- 
chant Taylor:^ Company. 

1512 M. T. Smith, Esq. 
1877. 1421 The Archbishop of Canter- 
bury. (Dr. Tail.) For St. 
Peter^s Orphanage. Presented 
by Sir Moses Montefiore. 

1425 Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart., 
F.R.S.; marble. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



195 



WBBKBS, Henry, Junr Painter. 


1873- 


410 The last resource. 




29, Lower Belgrave Place. 




435 "Nay, I remember the trick 


1851. 


235 *• March." 




you served me, when I took 


1852. 


529 Southdowns. 




my leave of Madame Silva." 


1853. 


990 The wounded thief. 




— Two Gentlemen of Verona, 


1854. 


126 The orange stall. 




act iv, scene 4. 




I, Ecclesion Street South. 




638 The prop of the house. 


1856. 


5 A group in the marshes. 




922 Unpleasant for both parties. 


1857. 


553 do. in Belgium. 




1023 Ladies! Ladies! 


1858. 


95 < Flemish pack asses. 




27, Belgrave Road. 




29, Throgmorton Street. 


1874. 


726 Gleaning evidence. 


i860. 


500 The common. 




993 Venial sins. 




518 Refreshment. 


1875. 


474 The ant and the grasshopper. 




30, High Street^ Camden Town. 




477 " A foolish son is a grief to his 


1861. 


282 A fireside party. 




father, and bitterness to her 


1864. 


369 Caleb and Bertha.— FiV/ifZ>/Vi4- 




that bare him." — Proverbs^ 




enfs ''Cricket on the Hearth:* 




xvii, 25. 




I, Ecclesion Street. 


1876. 


55 Love's confession. 


1866. 


424 A dairy stable. 


1877. 


989 A warm before tub. 


1867. 


77 Nothing venture, nothing have. 




2 liOppidans Rd.^ Primrose Hill. 


1868. 


211 Sand asses. 


1879. 


76 "Oh! wretched day, beyond 




137, Camden Street. 




expressing, 


1870. 


82 The gipsy's halt. 




To me a day the most depress- 




413 Hampstead Heath. 




ing, 


1871. 


426 Sand pit on Hampstead Heath. 




Though 'tis our women's great- 




^i Rochester Rd.^ CamdenRoad. 




est blessing — 


1872. 


616 Coursing. 




This slopping." 




617 Scotch game. 




937 Her lord and master. 


1873. 


610 The earth stopper. 


1882. 


774 The village spring. 




617 Going to be fed. 


1883. 


192 A family group. 




689 Duck-shooting. 




632 Before the beak. 




Ill, GaisfordSt., CamdenTown. 




1513 The egg-stealer. 


1874. 


953 Fancy Rabbits. 




1520 Strays. 




1007 Waiting for hire, Hampstead 


1884. 


319 Les savants. 




Heath. 




538 A Michaelmas sermon. 


1875. 


428 Gipsies' encampment. 




690 An appeal to the benevolent. 




Elms CottagCy Harrow Weald. 




822 Great expectations. 


1884. 


649 Winter. 


1885. 


401 Adding insult to injury. 

454 " You are sitting on my nest." 


WHEKES, William Painter. 




931 A wee bit frightened. 




8, Cirencester Place. 




1020 A daring highway robbery. 


1865. 


403 The halfpenny short. 


1886. 


306 " Eat, drink, and be merry, for 




Ecclesion Street South. 




to-morrow we die." 


1867. 


103 " This comes hopping you are 




869 " The world, the flesh, and the 




well." 




devil." 




253 What's the old woman cook- 


1887. 


749 "Go shares!" 




ing? 




754 The writing on the wall. 




566 Hazardous repast. 


1888. 


455 Our dear departed sister. 




9, London Street. 




773 Prattlers and cacklers. 


1868. 


628 The old lady objects to mud. 




821 An ill omen. 




129, Prince of Wales's Road^ 


1889. 


1009 A remote relation. "A little 




N.W. 




more than kin, and less than 


1870. 


920 A debate on the land question. 




kind," 


1871. 


413 "This Western Isle hath long 




103B Schedule D. *'A letter timely 




been famed for scenes Where 




written is a rivet in the chain 




bliss domestic finds a dwell- 




of affection," 




ing place." 




\u 


\o A disputed path. 


1872. 


375 "It 's curious, but my eyes are 


1890. 




jQ The patient and the quacks. 




not what they were." 


1891. 


I 


15 A word on the drink. 


1872. 


672 His most frequent customers. 




8 


33 A sweet thing in bonnets. 



196 



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Weekes, William — continued, 

1892. 744 "There we meet to part no 
more." 

1894. 642 Crumbs from the rich man's 

table. 

1895. 700 "Quis? ego!" 

730 Bobby and the thief. 

1898. 965 Duty. 

1899. 477 One against many. 

768 Othello's occupation gone. 

850 A charity organisation. 

13, Great Turnstile^ ffolbom, 
1903* 595 A snap for the lot. 

630 A borough council. 
1904. 4* The meeting of the savants. 

WEEKS, Miss Charlotte J.... Painter. 
Charlotte J. Weeks, 

54, Baker Street, 

1878. 34 " Does he really mean it?" 

1879. 104 In 1575; a study of an his- 

torical costume worn at the 
Grand Artists' Festival held 
in Munich, 1876. 

12, Bedford Gardens, 

1880. 404 Amy Robsart. "She has of 

late been casting many a 
backward look to her father's 
halls." — Kenilworth, 
539 An old-fashioned pair. 

1 88 1. 880 Olive leaves. 

Charlotte/. Weekes, 

1882. 1510 Evening. 

Weeks, 

1883. a I The studio mirror. 

Weekes, 

1884. 513 Feeding pets. 

" I think my grandmother this 

might be 
As she would look in those 

days of yore, 
Feeding her pets in her girlish 

glee 
There on the steps by the old 
bam door." 

—E,L Tupper. 
C,J, Weeks, 

10, Waver ley Place, 

St. John's Wood, 
1888. 690 A studio brigand. 
1890. 739 A studious moment. 

WEEKS, E. L Painter. 

Tangiers, 
1878. 300 A Moorish pastoral. 

7, Rue Scribe^ Paris, 
1880. 314 The Bashaw of Rabat and his 
escort at the gate of the 
Kasbah-Rabat-el-Fath, Mo- 
rocco. 



WEGMAN, B Painter. 

The Academy, Copenhagen, 

1 89 1. 1158 Portrait of a lady. 

{R, Wegman in the index, B. Wegman 
in the catalogue,) 

WEGUELIN, John Reinhard. 

Painter. 
1 68, Brompton Road, 
1878. 1405 The labour of the Danai'ds. 

1880. 1009 A portrait. 

1881. 180 The fishers. 

1882. 766 The feast of Flora. 

1883. 1518 The maiden's race. "During 

the games celebrated in 
honour of Here, it was the 
custom of the young girls of 
Elis to run in the Olympic 
- stadium, which was short- 
ened for them by one-sixth." 
— Macpherson. 

1884. 339 Herodias and her daughter. — 

St, Mark, vi, 22, 24. 
3, Stratford Aventte, 

Kensington, 

1885. 355 The swing feast. "In expia- 

tion of the death of Erigone, 
who hung herself, and in 
imitation of her, the maids 
of Athens on this day swung 
themselves from trees, while 
they sang hymns in her 
honour." 

1886. 124 The obsequies of an Egyptian 

cat. 

1887. 248 The toilet of Faunus. 

1888. 4*5 "Aronya's cheeks, warm as a 

spring day sun, 
And lips that, like the seal of 

Solomon, 
Have magic in their pressure." 
—Lalla Rookh, 

1892. 244 A whispered question. 

1893. 1032 The swing. 

1896. 203 Cupid bound by the nymphs. 

1897. 600 The piper and the nymphs. 

WEHNERT, Edward Henry. 

Painter. 
16, Charlotte Street, 

Bloomsbury. 
1839. 796 The lovers. 

19, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital, 
1852. 304 The elopement— Eve of St. 
Agnes. 
"They glide, like phantoms, 

into the wide hall ! 
Like phantoms to the iron 
porch they glide, 



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197 



Where lay the porter, in un- 
easy sprawl, 
With a huge empty flagon by 

his side: 
The wakeful bloodhound rose, 

and shook his hide, 
But his sagacious eye an in- 
mate owns : 
By one, and one, the bolts full 
easy slide." — Keats, 
I2fl, Park Village West, 
1863. 611 The death of Jean Goujon. 
"Jean Goujon, the cele- 
brated French sculptor, a 
Protestant, was shot during 
the massacre of St. Bar- 
th^lmy, while at work at 
some bas-reliefs in one of 
the Courts of the Louvre, 
Aug. 25, 1572." 

WEHNERT, F Architect. 

1822. 946 Design for a Corinthian Tem- 
ple. 

48, Leicester Square, 

1825. 930 Interior of a Gothic Cathedral. 

1826. 983 Design for a Grecian villa. 

995 Interior of a design for a Gothic 
Cathedral. 

1827. 1008 Design for a capital. 
1017 do. gateway. 

1829. 1059 West door of Lichfield Cathe- 
dral. 
1 83 1. 497 The Doge's Palace, Bridge of 
Sighs, etc., Venice. 
624 Interior of Notre Dame, Calais. 
1834, 905 Arch of Vespasian. 

47, Brampton Square, 

1838. 1216 Litchfield Cathedral. 

1839. 1126 Design for a Gothic Gateway. 
1842. 1058 Upper Court, Plas Mawr, Con- 
way. 

67, Great Russell Square. 
1849. 1032 Interior view of St Peter's 
Church, Cheltenham, etc. 
1163 Chapel of the Royal Agricul- 
tural College, Cirencester, 
etc. 

18, Bernard Street, 
185 1. 248 Church of St. Thomas, New- 
port, Isle of Wight. 

Milford^ Pemhr&kt, 
187 1. 963 In St. Laurence, Numberg. 

WEHNERT and ASHDOWN. 

Architects* 

42, Charing Crms. 

1853. 1170 Dunford, the birthplace of 

Richard Cobden, Esq., MP., 

as being enlarged. 



1853. 1 177 Crystal Palace Hotel at Anner- 

ley, etc. 
1206 Church, etc., at Tulse Hill. 

1854. 1209 I^mbeth burial ground at 

Tooting, etc. 

1855. 1237 Improvements at Llandudno, 

North Wales, etc. 

1856. 1102 Schools at Pwllheli, North 

Wales. 

1857. 1026 Milford, Pembrokeshire, the 

property of the Hon. Fulke 
Greville — docks, etc. 

WEHRSCHMIDT, Daniel Albert. 

Engraver and Painter. 
Rose Cottage^ Bushey Heath, 

1886. 1537 Sir A. Ashbumham, Bart.; 

mezzotin t. After Frank HoU, 
R.A. 

Cecilia Cottage^ Bushey. 

1887. 1565 The Eari of Dufferin. After 
Frank Holl, R.A. 

203 Captain F. Harvey, R.N. (Oil 

painting.) 
1779 The Attorney-General. After 

Frank Holl, R.A. 
1784 TheEarlofYarborough. After 

Frank Holl, R.A. 
508 Eari Granville, K.G. (Oil 
painting.) 

Cleveland^ Bushey. 
355 Earl Manners. (Oil painting.) 
920 Thomas Dixon Galpin, Esq. 

(Oil painting.) 
1598 The love letter. After Luke 

Fildes, R.A. 
1464 Daughter of Lord Clive. After 

Romney. 
801 Portrait of a haymaker. (Oil 

painting,^ 
1508 C. Bechstem, Esq. After H. 

Herkomer, R.A. 
1396 Dr. Waters. After Frank Holl, 

R.A. 
1408 General Sir Herbert Stewart. 

After Frank Holl, R.A. 
499 Samuel Hyslop, Esq., Ex- 
Mayor of Newcastle-under- 
Lyme. (Oil painting^ 
1897. 1713 "Music, when sweet voices die, 
vibrates tn the niemory," 
After W. Q, Orchardson, 
R.A. 
II Down among the dead meti^ 
*^ Here's a health 
King^ etCt" 
599 Robert TayJor 
8s» "This U the 
malt. That 



1889. 



1890. 



1891. 
1892. 



1893. 
1894. 



1895. 



1896. 




198 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Wehrschmidt, Daniel Albert — con- 
tinued. 

6a, Holbein Place, S.JV. 

1900. 1079 An officer of Hussars. 

1 90 1. 598 William Bain, Esq. 

{T7^ last five are oil paint- 
ings.) 

1902. 1341 Olive. After Herbert Schmalz. 

1904. 501 Phosphorescence and moon- 
rise. "All the sea looks as 
if one saw embers." — Frith- 
jof'Saga. {Oil painting,) 

1311 Mrs. Maguire and Arthur Fitz- 
james. After Sir Thomas 
Lawrence, P.R.A. 

WEHRSCHMIDT, E Engraver. 

Park Road, Bushey, 
1895. 1402 Three mezzotints. After Sir 
Peter Lely. 
26, Asluhurch Street, 

Shepherd^ s Bush. 
1899. 1564 Lady Beauclerc. After an un- 
known artist. 

WEIGALL, Alfred. 

Miniature Painter. 
38, Wimpole Street. 

1855. 783 Mrs. Starling. 

878 Miss Emmeline Thompson. 

1856. ^^^ Miss C. G. Wilkinson. 

102, Piccadilly. 

1858. 703 Miss Maude Gilbert. 

8, Clarendon Road. 

1859. 726 Lady North. 

787 Countess Dowager of Spencer. 
826 Mother and child. 
i860. 837 Countess Spencer. 

888 Earl Spencer, Lady Victoria 
Spencer, the late W. Nichol- 
son, Esq., Miss Amy Trou- 
bridge, William McCraight, 
Esq. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
The Hon. Mrs. Best. 
William Gilbert, Esq. 
Lord Charles Bruce, ist Life 

Guards. 
Thomas, son of Admiral Sir 

Thomas Cochrane. 
Cecil, son of Lady North. 
Major Dickson. 
Miss Murray, of Philiphaugh. 
Gilbert and Alice. 
Charles, eldest son of Lady 
Adeliza and Lord George 
Manners. 
730 Sir Lampton Loraine, Bart, 
R.N. 





891 


i86i. 


831 




878 


1863. 


708 




75« 




776 




777 


1863. 


839 




849 


1864. 


7*4 



1856. 


694 


1858. 


»97 




860 


1859. 


9« 


1863. 


128 


1866. 


5»7 




589 


1873- 


IJ33 


1874. 


6.5 


1875- 


299 


1880. 


1014 


1881. 


884 


1882. 


54« 


1883. 


689 



1865. 670 William Gilbert, Esq. 

730 Mrs. Algernon de Horsey. 
746 The Rev. Cuthbert Orlebar, 

late Vicar of Paddington, 

Beds. 

1866, 634 Sydney, daughter of Cecil F. 

Holmes, Esq. 

WEIGALL, Arthur Howes. 

Painter. 
13, MichaeVs Place, Brompton, 
Miss Norton; a study. 
T. Palgrave Simpson, Esq. 
Miss Agnes Edwards. 
Miss Inderwick. 
The nut-gatherer. 

233, Brompton Road. 
A belle of the last century. 
The reverie. 

In the tapestried chamber. 
The pedlar's visit. 

I, Eldon Road, Kensington. 
The birthday. 
The love-letter. 
The haunted room. 
Poachers. 

The return: unforgiven. 
''A son is a son till he gets 

him a wife; 
A daughter is a daughter all 
the days of her life." 
1884. 590 The betrothal ring. 

51, Haverstock Hill. 
1891. 661 "The falling out of faithful 
friends. Renewing is of 
love." 

WEIGALL, Charles Harvey. 

Painter. 
E. H Weigall, 

at Mr. Pidgcons, 

3, Grafton Street. 

1 810. 647 Impression of a die of the 

young Hercules. 
Master C. H. IVeigall, 

44, Conduit Street. 

181 1. 697 Mr. Griffiths. 

4, Knightsbridge Terrace. 
181 7. 947 Mrs. Weigall. 
955 Mr. Weigall. 

24, Conduit Street. 
1826. 933 Frames containing impressions 
from intaglio gems. Portraits 
of His Majesty, Sir Walter 
Scott, J. Flaxman, £sq.,R. A., 
the late H. Fuseli,Esq., R. A., 
Lord Byron, Garrick, Dr. 
Johnson, Buonaparte. 
941 Model in wax: H.R.H. the 
Duke of York. 



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199 



i8j6, 94 s Frame containing Impressions 
fromlntagliogems- Portraits 
of dogs, after Reinagle, and 
birds. 
1837* 991 Portrait of His Majesty; an 
impression from an intaglio 
gem. 
laoi H.R.H. the late Duke of York ; 
an impression from an intag- 
lio gem, 

42j Conduit Sir^L 
iSaS, 109a Sir Walter Scott, Bart.^ im- 
pression from an intaglio 
gem, 
1099 The late Rt, Hon. George 
Canning J impression from 
an intaglio gem, 
18, Bernard Street^ 

Russtii Square, 
1851, 910 Drawing of ducks, 

13, MickaePs Pime, 
1S54, 90+ An oak in the Silver Wood, 
Albury, 



WEIGALL 



1853, 661 

1854, 678 



7i' 



Miss E* 

Miniature Painter, 

27, Somerset Street. 
Mrs, T. Staveley. 
The Authoress of *' A trap to 

catch a Sunbeam," (A/aii/da 

Anne Planckcy afterwards 

Mrs. M€tckam€ss.) 
The Hon, Lena Eden, 
13, MkkaePs Place^ Brampton, 
Hon. Eleanor Eden, 
Mrs, C lend on. 
I^dy Amabel Cowpen 
Mrs. George H, Virtue. 
Hon, Emily Eden. 
Lady Florence Cowper. 
Lady Amabel Cowper. 
Isabel, daughter of Henry 

Warren, Esq, 
Mrs, Wellesley, 
Infant son of J. E. E. Wirgall, 

Esq, 
John, son of John McV^gh, 

Esq. 



WEIGALL, Henry... .Sculptor. 

3, Si* Jamts^s Street 
1S37. 1156 Bust of Sir Harris Nicolas^ 
K.CM.G. 

17« Sim§tr$iS Stftii^ 
1848* 1406 Bust of Richard Ctoike, Eiq*, 
of Kensington, 
1437 Bust of Thomas Carlyle, Eiq. 
1447 do. a gentlemao 
1464 do. the Rev. J,"' 
looorar)- Scci 



'855- 


777 
778 
866 


1856. 


667 
670 


»8S7- 


745 
8}o 
830 


1858. 
1859, 


7J3 

766 


i860. 


886 



1849. 1 171 



IJ06 

>I37 



1S50, 138; 
1404 
M44 

iSsi. 1317 

1852, 1409 

1853. n9« 
IS54. 1173 



Kensington Grammar 
School. 

Bust of Samuel Warren, F. R.S., 
author of " Ten thousand a 
year," etc. 

Marble bust of the Duke of 
Wellington, 

J3ust of Peter Laurie, Esq. 

A bust of Sir David Davies, 
K*C.H., Physician in ordin- 
ary to Her Majesty the 
Queen Dowager, 

Viscount MandeviHe, M.P* 

Edward N. Dennys, Esq. 

Bust of Apley Pellatt, Esq. 

Samuel Phillips, Esq* 

Bust of Dr. Kelaart, of Ceylon, 
do, William Yarrell, Esq., 
FX.S. 

Bust of the Duke of Wellington, 
modelled from sittings given 
in the autumn of i8y. 

Bronze bust (from sittmgs) of 

the late Duke of Wellington. 

38, Wimpoie Street. 

Proofs of the Flaxroan medal 
executed for the Art Union 
of London; and from the 
dies for the Prize Gold 
Medal given by the Lord 
Bishop of London to King 
Edward VI's Grammar 
School at Bury St. Ed- 
mund*s. 



Painter. 



1846, 
1850. 



1851, 




WEIGALL, Henry, Junr. ... 
H. Weigall^ Junr,^ 

3, St. Jame^s Street^ 

Pall Mall. 
1571 A cameo in pietr^ dura, 

27, Somerset Street. 
714 The Rev. Theyre Smith, vicar 

of Wymondham, Norfolk. 
867 Miss Lenox Conyngham. 
9S0 Mrs, Jones of Pantglis. 
890 Lord Foley, 
%n The Hon- Mrs* Fitzgerald 

Foley. 
894 Samuel Warren, Esq,, RR.S., 
author of ** Ten thousand a 
yean" 
$t4 Mrs. Weigall. 
^1 Portrait on ivory of a lady. 
:eW>ouly Eflfendi, Turkish 
Charge d' Affaires. 
ime containing portraits of 
Duke and Duchess of 
fl-ady Foley, and 
ika Howard. 



200 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Weigall, Henry, }\xnr.^ continued, 

185 1. H09 Captain Harry Eyres, R.N., 

C.B. 

1852. 695 The Baroness Le Despencer. 
700 £. Boscawen, Esq. 

704 Miss Augusta Bankes. 

751 A portrait. 

894 Mrs. Bankes. 

898 Mrs. R. S. Oldham. 

911 A. E. Mansel, Esq., 3rd Light 

Dragoons. 
919 The Duke of Wellington. 
Painted from sittings given 
to the artist in the autumn 

1853. 75 « Sir Percival Hart Dyke, Bart. 
751 Viscount Holmsdale. 

784 Viscountess Holmsdale. 

820 Henry Verschoyle, Esq., Grena- 
dier Guards. 

866 Francis Hastings Ridgway, of 
Fairlawn. 

872 Alfred, only son of D. Jones, 
Esq., of Pantglas, M.P. 

912 The late Duke of Wellington, 

from sittings given in 185 1. 
38, Wimpole Street. 

1854. 185 The author of " Alpha." 

}8i The late Duke of Wellington. 
793 The Hon. Mrs. George War- 
burton. 
795 L. Knight, Esq., 17th Lancers. 

1855. 81 Miss Calcraft, daughter of 

Mr. and Lady Caroline Cal- 
craft. 

230 Sir John Jervis, Kt., Lord 
Chief Justice of the Court of 
Common Pleas. 

242 Lord Louvaine, M.P. 

441 The late Marquis of Ormonde. 

674 The Ladies Caroline and Au- 
gusta Nevill, and Lady 
Isabel Bligh, daughters of 
the Earl and Countess of 
Abergavenny. 

1856. i68 Portrait of a lady. 
571 do. do. 
740 Lady Jane Levett. 
771 John Bankes, Esq. 

820 Colonel H. G. Wilkinson, 
Scots Fusilier Guards. 
H, Weigall^ 102, Piccadilly, 

1857. 192 Sir John De la Pole, Bart. 
210 Lady North. 

382 Morning. 
915 Miss Pope. 

1858. 62 Viscount Bury, M.P. 
77 Viscountess Bury. 

161 Mrs. Henry Verschoyle. 
174 The Earl of Albemarle, 



1858. 270 Admiral the Hon. Sir Henry 

Keppel, K.C.B. 
280 Sir Allan Napier Macnab, 

Bart. 
1065 Helen. "I had great beauty, 
ask me not my name." — 
Vide Tennyson's Dream of 
Fair Women, 

1859. 65 Mrs. Peel. 

107 Matthew Marshall, Esq., Bank 
of England. Painted for the 
Gresham Assurance Society, 

195 Miss Victoria Stuart Wortley. 

302 La Mariscale Serrano. 

314 Sir John West, K.C.B., Ad- 
miral of the Fleet. 

436 William Thomas Brande, Esq., 
D.C.L., F.R.S. Painted for 
the Society of Apothecaries of 
the City of London, 

453 The late William Smee, Esq., 
Bank of England. Painted 
for the Gresham Assurance 
Society, 
i860. 112 Comet Henry N. Cockerell, 
Madras Cavalry. 

21 8 The Countess of Airlie. 

300 Mrs. William Vernon Har- 
court. 

1 86 1. 192 Mrs. Stuart Hogg. 
273 The Earl of Airlie. 
324 T. Villiers Lister, Esq. 

524 William Vernon Harcourt, Esq. 
633 Miss Florence Pearse. 

1862. 322 The croquet player. 

477 Master Ailwyn Fellowes. 

1863. 34 W. H. P. Weston, Esq. 

135 The Rt. Hon. Sir George 

Cornewall Lewis, Bart. 
241 Lady Robert Montagu. 
683 Portrait. 
694 Mrs. E. Raleigh King. 

1864. 50 Alexandra, Princess of Wales. 
340 Dowager Lady Littleton. 

348 Miss Lucy Mildmay. 
380 Sebaste. 

1865. 106 Albert Edward, Prince of 

Wales. Painted by com- 
mand, 

116 Eleanor, Duchess of North- 
umberland. 

164 Lady Katherine Parker, daugh- 
ter of the Countess of Mor- 
ley. 

261 Alice and Edith, daughters of 
Viscountess Downe. 

321 Earl Grosvenor. 

1866. 161 The Hon. Admiral Rous. 

Painted for tlu Jockey Club, 
296 Viscountess Clifden. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



20 1 



1866. 489 The Rt. Hon. Sir Edmund 

Head, Bart., K.C.B. Painted 
for Merton College^ Oxford. 
35, Bryanston Square. 

1867. 159 The Duke of Cleveland, K.G. 
499 Lady Rose Weigall. 

605 Mrs. Thomson, Bishopsthorpe, 
York. 

1868. 109 The Countess of Westmore- 

land and her daughter. 
578 The rival babies (a family 
group). 

1869. 356 Portrait. 

839 Earl Fitzwilliam, K.G., and 
son. Presentation portrait, 

857 Mrs. Widdrington. 

883 The Archbishop of York. 
(Z>/-. Thomson,) 

1870. 239 Albert Edward, Prince of 

Wales. Exhibited by com- 
mand of the Queen. 

240 Alexandra, Princess of Wales. 
Exhibited by command of the 
Queen, 

385 J. H. Boehm, Esq. 

954 Breakfast at Marbury Hall 
(portraits). 

1871. 1138 Captain E. M. Shaw, Metro- 

politan Fire Brigade. 
1 1 39 Fitzroy (page of honour to Her 
Majesty) and Grenville 
Somerset, sons of Lord 
Raglan. 

1872. 3 Viscountess Powerscourt. 
36 A little coachman. 

319 The Marchioness of Ripon. 
563 Thomas Hughes, Esq., M.P. 

1873. 206 Countess of Westmoreland. 
377 H.R.H. Princess Mary Ade- 
laide, Duchess of Teck. 

384 H.S.H. Francis, Duke of Teck. 

513 General the Hon. Arthur Up- 
ton. 

658 Fitz-Roy Weigall. 

684 Hon. Lilah Ellis, daughter of 
Viscountess Clifden. 

1874. 9 Miss Minnie Milbank. 
93 Portrait of a lady. 

498 Lady Muncaster. 

6i8 The Archbishop of York. 

{Dr, Thomson,) 
623 Mrs. Thomson. 
1375 Childhood's dreams. 

1875. 171 Miss Frances Mary Cockerell. 
437 Dr. Perry, first Bishop of Mel- 
bourne. Painted for the 
Colony of Victoria, 

1876. 145 John, son of the Earl of Mex- 

borough. 
623 Rev. W. Elwin. 

VIIl. 



1877. '546 H.R.H. Princess Frederica of 

Hanover. 

1878. 2 Mrs. Langtry; a sketch. 
102 A trumpeter. 

563 Clare Vyner, Esq. 
605 Going for mine walk. 

1879. 380 The Marquis of Exeter. 
425 Mrs. Singleton. 

1414 "If proud thou be of ancestry 
for worth and valour famed. 
So live that they, if yet they 
lived, should ne*er of thee be 
shamed." 

1880. 3 H.R.H. Princess Frederica of 

Hanover. 
436 William Wellesley Weigall, 

aged 10. 
1430 The Marquis of Salisbury, K.G. 

1881. 933 Ethel Fane. 

1373 Mrs. Cecil Forester and child- 
ren. 

1882. 587 Miss E. Munro Ferguson. 
761 The evening hymn. 

789 Spring. 

6, William Street, 

Lowndes Square, 

1885. 374 Portrait of a lady. 
450 Rachel 

463 His Eminence Cardinal Man- 
ning. 
600 Miss Learmouth. 

1886. 89 The black kitten. 

1887. 120 One of the Wellington 

"Eleven." 
1890. 47 Rather shy. 

1893. 860 The Lady Rose WeigalL 

1894. 550 A blue belle. 

1895. 758 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Southwood^ Ramsgatt, 
1898. 347 "The truth, the whole truth;" 

quarter sessions at Sandwich 

before His Honour Judge 

Lumley Smith. 
1902. 588 The Countess of Westmorland. 
1904. 5^ H.M. The King. For WeUing- 

ton College, 

WEIGALL, Miss Julia (afterwards 

Mrs. Capes) Miniature Painter. 

Miss Weigall, 

13, MichaeVs Place, 
729 View near Dorking. 
653 German bean gatherers. 
912 Miss Penn. 
749 Miss Howse. 
822 Miss Dwelly. 
985 Mrs. Thomas Henry Dixon. 

774 Earl de Grey. 

775 Miss Wadham. 
910 Lady Adine Cowper. 

DD 



1848. 
1852. 

1853. 
1854. 

1855- 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Weigall, Miss JulisL—confinued. 
1856. 715 Miss Staveley. 

839 Lady Adine Cowper. 

840 I^rd Auckland, Bishop of 

Bath and Wells. 

841 Thomas Staveley, Esq. 
835 Mrs. Fludgate. 
732 The artist's brother. 
767 Edward, second son of the Rev. 

Richard S. Oldham. 
799 Mrs. Charles H. Weigall. 
825 Portrait. 

233, Brompton Road, 
705 A portrait. 



1857. 
1858. 
1859. 



1863. 



1864. 



WEIGHTMAN. J Architect. 

J. Weightman^ Junr,^ 

73, Upper Berkeley Street, 
1 8 1 7. 996 View of Lknaber Church, near 
Barmouth, North Wales, 
/. W, Weightman, 

Earl Street, 
1822. 866 Design for a nobleman's man- 
sion. 

J, G, Weightman, 

1830. 1057 Westminster Abbey, a design 

for a new west front to accord 

with the general character of 

the building. 

WEIGHTON,J. &^Wighton. 

WEIPPERT, E Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1800. 539 A sea-piece. 

1 80 1. $11 do with fishermen 

mending their nets. 

WEIR, Mrs. Archibald (Anna). 

Fainter. 
Windmill Hill, Enfield. 
1884. 149 " Heads or tails? " 

WEIR, Miss Edith D. 

Miniature Painter. 
58, Trumbull Street, 

New Haven, U,S,A, 
1900. 1424 Portrait of a Girl. 

WEIR, Harrison William ... Painter. 
H Weir, 

Blenheim Cottage, Peckham, 
1848. 4»o Cottage with figures, Pembury, 
Kent. 
824 i^No title in the catalogue^ 

9, Lyndhurst Road, Peckham, 

1870. 574 Partridges. 

187 1. 762 So happy. 

1872. 852 Out with intent. 

1873. ixl Hard times. 



WEIR, W Painter. 

Edinburgh, and 

98, Mount Street, 
1809. 408 Halloween. 

426 The cottar's Saturday night. 

WEIR, William Painter. 

17, Caroline Street, 

Mornington Crescent, 
1855. 6ii The lesson. 

13, Copenhagen Street, 
1857. 379 The mechanist. 

43, Pratt Street, Lambeth, 
i^S^* 542 The supplicant. 

543 Fisher children on the French 
coast. 
135, Grave Street, 

Camden Town, 
1859. 192 Satisfaction. 
i860. 91 My great-grandmother's cap. 
557 Home practice. 
607 Father's pet. 

1 86 1. 113 Shrimpers. 

217 Home precepts. 
361 Something merry? 
612 The star. 

1862. 49 Taking it easy. 
98 The rivals. 

157 Repose. 

160 Some one expected. 

461 The mirror. 

1863. 313 A reading member. 
1865. 125 Coast companions. 

256 Teasing the bairn. 

WEIRTER, Louis Painter. 

Yorick Club, 

Bedford Street, W,C. 
i903« »357 Canterbury Cathedral. 

"'Twas out of thought's in- 
terior sphere 
These wonders rose to upper 
air." 

WEISS, Jos6 \ Painter. 

Joseph Weiss, 

Rue de P Industrie, 

Roubaix, France, 
33 Twilight: F6ret de Montmor- 
ency. 
Jost Weiss, Amberley, Sussex, 
689 A quiet evening. 
703 A Sussex Farmyard. 
667 August in Sussex. 
38 Showery weather. 
402 In the South Downs. 

Houghton House, Houghton, 

Arundel, Sussex, 
1898. 31 Southdown sheep. 



1887. 



1894. 

1895. 
1897. 



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1898. 701 On the common, 

1899. 156 Harvesting on the South 

Downs, 
105 Wild Surrey. 
4i8 A bright day on the Arun. 
52 1 February. 

1900. 37^ September on the Arun, 
633 Wild Sussex. 

loto Banks of the Arun, Susseic. 

1903. 333 North-westerly breeze. 

1904. 328 The wane of winter 



WBISZ, Adolphe Painter, 

1872. 1093 "Will she, or won't she?" 

7, Avenue Tn$daim^ Paris, 
1875. ^* ^^^l de musique. 

94 " Je suis mon grand-pere/' 



WEIZENBERG, G. „. , Sculptor. 

Rome, 
1880. 1581 Ophelia; statue, marble- 

7, Via d€gH Ifuurabili^ Romt. 
1882. 1558 The lost love — statucj marble. 



WELBORNE, J. W , Painter. 

2 2^ Old Bond Street 

1837. 3i8 Study from nature* 

1838. 1051 The last home, 

13, Clifford Street 

1839. 39 fi The young entomologist, 
566 Portrait, 



WELBY, C. See Pugin and Welby, 
vol. vi, page 216, 



WELBYi Miss Rose Ellen ... Painter. 
Miss Rose Weiby, 

62, Gower Street 
1888. 674 Christmas roses. 

25, Mortimer Street 

1891. 1130 Red, while, and blue* 

Miss Ellen iVelby, 

4j JBemers Street 

1892. 116K Good friends. 

Miss Rose IVe/fy, 

23, Greycoat Gardens^ S* IV. 

1896. 7+<> Waste ground. 

1897. i;6 Honeysuckle, 
731 Feeding pigeons. 
BoS Larkspurs* 

1900. 966 Where untroubled peace and 
concord dwelL 
Miss Rose £. Welty, 

i4rt, Finchky Jl&mt> 
1904. 134 Red roses. 



WELCH, Harry J Painter. 

J/. Welch, 

S, Percy Street, W.C. 

1884, 776 Dirty weather, 

1885. 607 Tintagel. 

Marty/. Welch, 

8, Peny Street, W.C. 
1888, 413 On the cliffs. 

760 Blowing up for rain* 
1S89. 398 Rocks, 
1890. 99 Near the Lizard 

251 Cliffs and sea* 
iSga- 507 Theisland. 

WELCH, J, Painter. 

Master/. Welch, 

15, Cleaveland Street 
1807. 605 A sketch* 

/, Welch. 
181 2. 142 Portrait of a rustic at Ipswich. 
1S13. 666 Margate, from Westbrook 
beach — morning. 
797 An interior at Margate* 

WELCH, Miss Painter. 

8, Bavid Street, Baker Street 

rSai. 140 Moon-light. 

19* View in Jersey, 

WELCH, The Misses Kemp-. See K, 
voK iv, page 310, 

WELCHMAN, J, W. Painter. 

Corner of Wells Street, 

Oxford Street. 
1822, 498 Forest scene; a study. 
514 View in Westmoreland* 
363 The lower fall at Rydal, West- 
moreland. 
650 View of Phygalia in Greece, 
with the ruins of the Temple 
of Apollo. 

WELD, Miss Alice K, H, .., Painter. 
Addison Studios^ 

Blyth Road, Kensington, 
1888. 1166 Palace of Caligula, Palatine 
HUl. 

WELLER, Miss Augusta* 

Miniature Painter. 
53, Great Mariborough Street 
1836, 711 Allan Duke, Esq. 
733 Monsieur La Croix; 

3, Cirencester Place. 
rdjg^ loftS An oil miniature portrait of 
Mrs. Hosking. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WELLES, E. F Painter. 

1826. 230 Portrait of Crecy by Walton, 

late the property of Mr. 
Samuel Palfrey. 
EarVs Croam^ 

near Upton on Severn^ 

Worcestershire. 

1827. 376 Manfred, a race horse, the pro- 

perty of Lechmere Charlton, 
Esq. 

1828. 314 Castrcl, twenty-five years old, 

the property of Lechmere 
Charlton, Esq. 
443 A Normandy Cart-horse, im- 
ported by Richard Winnall, 
Esq. 

1830. 550 Mountain scene, with Scotch 

cattle. 
2, North Street^ 

Ed^eware Road. 

1831. 601 Study of a horse's head. 

Cheltenham, 
i834« 5*4 The race-horse Thomgrove. 

Hereford, 
1839. 114 Hereford cattle in landscape. 

Bromyard^ Herefordshire. 
1847. 84 Landscape with cattle. 

WELLES, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1784. 414 A town of the Mohawk-Indians 
surprized by a detachment 
of British soldiers sent to re- 
strain the scalping scouts. 

WELLINGS, W Painter. 

26, Henrietta Street^ 

Covent Garden. 
1 793* 399 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

514 Mr. Kemble and Mrs. Siddons 
as Cromwell and Queen 
Catherine. — Henry VIH, 
act 4, scene 4. 

WELLS, Miss Augusta Painter. 

9, Upper Phillimore Gardens. 

1864. 353 One of Ida's pupils. 

1865. 6 Victory in the bklance. 
x866. 63 Lisette. 

1867. 7 Nora. 

1869. 501 At needlework in the garden. 
755 Diana. 

1872. 615 Oranges and lemons. 

1873. 239 A garden gate. 

1875. 575 Courtyard of a dairy-farm. 

WELLS, Edward P Painter. 

140, High Street^ 

St. John's Wood 
1897. 657 The farm on the hill. 



WELLS, George Painter. 

Stroud Green, Homsey. 

1842. 163 ''And soft as dew her tones of 

music fall." 

1843. 1188 Conrad and Medora. "Oh, 

Medora! nerve thy gentler 
heart, etc." — Lord Byron's 
Corsair. 

1844. 3^<^ Scene from the Tempest 

^^ Ferdinand Sitting on a 
bank. Weeping again the 
King my father's wreck, etc." 

1845. 76 "Or like a nymph, with long 

disheveird hair. Dance on 
the sands, and yet no footing 
seen." — Shakespeare. 

1846. 1196 Beatrice listening. — Much Ado 

About Nothing. 

1847. 459 Duncan Gray. "Duncan Gray 

came here to woo, etc." — 
Burns. 

15, Newman Street. 

1848. 1 133 Mysie Harper in attendance 

upon Sir Piercie Shafton at 
the hostelry. — Scotfs Mon- 
astery. 

1849. 267 A scene from Kenil worth. 

" P oster, without speaking a 
word, rushed on his daugh- 
ter, and wrested the flask 
from her hand; then, as if 
embarrassed by what he had 
done, and totally unable to 
resolve what he should do 
next, he stood with it in his 
hand, one foot advanced, 
and the other drawn back." 

1850. 251 A Naiad. 
473 Repose. 

603 "When a youthful, loving, 
modest pair, etc." — Bums. 
10, Percy Street. 

185 1. 228 The reconciliation. 

366 Sleep; a sketch from nature. 

1852. 145 The vintager. 
333 The spell. 

"Slow crawled the snail, if I 

can rightly spell. 
In the soft ashes mark'd a 

curious L, 
Oh, may this wondrous omen 

lucky prove 
For L is found in Lubberkin 

and Love." — Gay. 

1853. 1255 Miss Norah Napier. 

19, Newman Street. 

1854. 107 The belle of the village. 
1087 A nymph dancing. 

23, Newman Street. 

1855. 274 The miniature. 



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205 



1857- 


270 

"45 


1858. 


105 


1859. 


SJ« 




955 


1862. 
1863. 


»35 
7»5 



^355. 1368 "I know a maiden fair to see, 
Take care ! etc." — Long- 
fellow, 
1856. 253 Viola with the ring. — Shake- 
speares Tivel/th Night, 

Miss Forester. 

An old shed. 

The farmer's daughter. 

Grove Road^ Upper Holloway, 

A gleaner. 
The Retreat, Polygon, Clifton, 

Miss Leche, of Garden Park, 
Cheshire. 

" When a youthful, loving, and 
modest pair." — Burns, 

A Greek girl. 

Scene from Shakespeare's 
"Twelfth Night." " Viola, 
Good madam, let me see 
your face, etc." 

Berkeley Square, Bristol, 

Shepherd's daughter. 

55, Berners Street, 

Blackberry girl. 

Breakfast companions. 

Foss Noddyn or " Fairy Glen," 
North Wales. 

The way through the wood." 

An autumn afternoon on the 
Llugwy, North Wales. 

A river scene in North Wales. 

Over the valley. 

19, Fitzrqy Square, 

The winding river. 

I, Rhiwilas Villas, Trefrew, 

Down the river. 

WELLS, Henry Tanworth, R,A, 

Painter and Miniature Painter. 
114, New Bond Street, 
986 Master Arthur Princep. 
721 Mrs. Gibeme. 
757 Miss Adeline Bayley. 
794 Mrs. Packenham Mahon. 
879 Mrs. John Warrender Dal- 

rymple. 
667 Miss Hughes. 
750 Miss Pattle. 
783 Miss Julia Hay Cameron. 
855 Mrs. Henry Bayley. 

15, Stratford Place, 
705 Miss Emma AUinson. 
769 Master Crab. 
793 John Edward Hall, Esq. 
988 Portraits of the Hon. Mrs. 

Brand and children. 
1140 A portrait. 
793 Portrait. 

851 Mrs. Hunter Rodwell and 
child. 



1870. 


45* 


I87I. 
1872. 
1876. 


37* 
943 
131 


1877. 

1880. 


563 
1409 


I88I. 


1426 
501 


1886. 


S^7 


1888. 


9»7 



1846. 

1847. 

1848. 



1849. 



1850. 



I85I. 



1852. 



1852. 852 Miss Isabel Brand. 

1037 The Hon. Captain Maude. 

1853. 269 Portraits of the Misses Lewis. 

{Oil painting,) 
683 Portraits. 
722 Mrs. Boggis, Baddow Court, 

Essex. 

746 Sir Watkyn W. Wynn, Bart. 
759 Mr. Thomas Grounds. 

782 I^dy Williams Wynn. 

821 Mrs. J. E. Richard. 

855 The Dowager Lady Howden. 

1854. 718 Viscountess Newark. 
754 Miss Susan Dashwood. 
756 Miss Dashwood. 

763 Lady Sarah Cholmondeley. 

786 The Hon. Hugh Cholmon- 
deley. 

792 Miss (iertrude Brand. 

794 H.R.H. the Princess Mary of 
Cambridge. Painted for Her 
Majesty, 

835 Mrs. Arthur Cumming. 

1855. 788 Captain Arthur Cumming, 

R.N. 
802 Frederick, son of Sir Charles 

and Lady Mary Wood. 
835 Mrs. Dunkinfield Astley. 
838 Miss Dashwood. 
945 Master Harman Gresewood. 

17, Stratford Place, 

1856. 714 Mrs. Oliver. 

724 Lady Selina Vernon. 

747 Mrs. John Watson. 
789 Mr. William Hibbert. 
792 Mrs. Vansittart. 

813 The children of F. D. P. Ast- 
ley, Esq. 
853 Miss Hammond. 
998 Miss Courbould. 

1857. 736 The Hon. Mrs. Gisbourne. 
744 Mrs. Augustus Mordan. 
747 Miss Julia Hay Cameron. 

752 The Airsaig country, on the 
north-west coast of Scot- 
land, the islands of Eig, 
Rum, and Muck in the dis- 
tance. 

768 The Hon. Mary Dawson, 
daughter of Lord Cremome. 

788 Miss Sarah Wells. 

806 Miss Rosalie Gush. 

938 Mary, daughter of the Hon. 
Henry P. Cholmondeley. 

1858. 683 Mrs. Matthias Boyce. 

687 The Princess Rodolph Obo- 

lensky. 
709 Madame Dalloz. 
714 Mrs. James Macleay. 
718 La Marchese Calabrini. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Wells, 
tinned. 
1858. 



1859. 



i860. 



1861. 



1862. 



1863. 



1864. 



Henry Tanworth, Ii,A. — con- 

7»4 Granville E. Harcourt Vernon, 
Esq. 

730 Lady Margaret Beaumont and 
child. 

740 Major Naysmith. 

699 Charles Armstrong, Esq., Ben- 
gal Army. 

710 Mrs. Van der Byl. 

753 Portrait. 

775 Miss Mordan. 

789 A little Red Riding-Hood. 

817 Lady Gwendoline Petre. 

836 Portrait. 

845 Lotty, daughter of J. R. Clay- 
ton, Esq. 

814 Miss Ridley. 

827 Lady Cecil Kerr. 

871 Mrs. Leyborne Popham. 

872 Seale Hayne, Esq. 
875 Portraits. 

883 The Marchioness of Stafford. 

884 The Hon. Edward Coke. 

892 Frances, Countess of Walde- 

grave. 
22 Portrait. 

147 An Italian. 

306 Viscount Ranelagh, Lieut. 
Colonel Com. South Middle- 
sex Volunteers. For the 
Head Quarters of the Corps ^ 
Beaufort House^ Walham 
Green, 

744 Colonel James Armstrong, 
C.B. 

838 Portrait. 

845 Miss Wetton. 

859 J. F. Bassett, Esq., and the 
Hon. Mrs. Bassett. 

900 Lady Alice Kerr. 
4 Portraits — including a portrait 
of the late Mrs. Henry T. 
Wells. 

304 Joseph, son of James Stans- 
feld, Esq., M.P. 

402 Constance, second daughter of 
F. Dunkinfield R. Astley, 
Esq. 

742 Portrait 

791 Frederick M. Armstrong, Esq., 

Bengal Army. 
84 Mrs. Tippinge. 

499 General Sir Hew Dalrymple 
Ross, G.C.B. 

799 Mrs. T. Jex-Blake. 

869 Alice. 

1002 On board the " Victoria." 
38 James Hodgson, Esq., alder- 
man and twice Mayor of 



1864. 290 

49" 
691 

1865. 173 



250 
301 

654 

747 
1866. 86 



298 

374 



611 

1867. 10 

17 

«77 
288 

345 

629 

1868. 274 



303 
440 
478 



Newcastle - upon - Tyne. 
Painted for the Council 
Chamber. 

Mrs. Stewart Hodgson. 

A Roman labourer. 

Edith, youngest daughter of 
Thomas Miller, Esq. 

(Preparing a tableau vivant.) 
Portraits of Florence, Mary, 
and Ada, daughters of J. 
Lowthian Bell, Esq. 

James Stansfeld, Esq., M.P. 

Outskirt of a farmyard at twi- 
light 

Miss Jeffray. 
do. 

The Warden of Merton Col- 
lege, Oxford. Painted for 
the College Hall. 

Major H. Stewart Cochrane, 
V.C. 

Volunteers at a firing point. 
The picture contains portraits 
of Lieut. 'Colonel the Hon. 
W. Colville, Lieut. -Colonel 
Lord ElchOy Lieut.- Colonel 
Halfordy Captain Drake^ 
R.E.^ Captain Horatio 
RosSy Captain Heaton, 
Stewart Pixley^ Martin R. 
Smithy and Edward C. 
Ross. 

Miss Jeffray. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

Richard Lloyd Edwards, Esq. 
Presented to Mrs. Lloyd 
Edwards y etc. 

Lord Belhaven and Hamilton, 
K.T. Presentation portrait. 

F. Dunkinfield P. Astley, Esq. 

Helen, daughter of Charles 
Magniac, Esq. 

The rifle ranges at Wimble- 
don. 

Earl Spencer, K.G. 

Earl and Countess Spencer at 
Wimbledon; at the firing 
point are the Lords Ducie, 
Grosvenor, and Elcho, the 
late Colonel Clark Kennedy, 
Captains Mildmay and 
Flood Page, and Mr. Ed- 
ward Ross. 

James Stansfeld, Esq., of Hali- 
fax. Presentation portrait. 

Letters and news at the Loch 
side 

The Earl of Strathmore and 
Kinghome. Presentation 
portrait. 



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207 



1869. 



6S 

122 

413 

701 



1870. 199 



I87I. 


86 




«54 




»7» 




436 




563 




1083 


1872. 


106 




220 




253 




438 




467 



1873. 109 



113 



191 



303 
328 
448 



1874. 25 
316 



321 



John Beasley, Esq., of Chapel 
Brampton. Presentation 
portrait. 

Charles Magniac, Esq., M.P. 

The Duchess of Cleveland. 

Sidney, Alice and Margaret. 

Mrs. Adam Kennard. 

Mary and Clara, daughters of 
John Dugdale, Esq. 

Lord Hatherley, Lord High 
Chancellor of England 
Painted for the Fishmongers^ 
Company, etc. 
(Elected R.A.) 

Adam Kennard, Esq. 

The Rt. Hon. Henry Austen 
Bruce. Presentation por- 
trait. 

Charles Buxton, M.P. 

A reaper. 

Col. David Brown, Com- 
missioner in British Burmah. 

Lewis Williams, Esq. Testi- 
menial portrait. 

Alice. 

S. Adams Beck, Esq., Go- 
vernor of the Chartered Gas 
Company. Painted for the 
Company. 

Mrs. Coleridge Kennard. 

Edward Brooke, Esq. 

The Duke of Devonshire, K.G. 
Painted for the Iron and 
Steel Institute^ etc, 

Robert Cheere, Esq., Trea- 
surer of King's College Hos- 
pital. Presented to the Hos- 
pital by his friends. 

Sir Sills J. Gibbons, Bart., the 
late Lord Mayor on the oc- 
casion of the reception of 
Her Majesty at St. Paul's 
Cathedral, on the Thanks- 
giving Day — 27th February, 
1872. Painted for the Sailers' 
Company. 

Fox to ground, on Dartmoor. 
Portrait of the Earl of Ports- 
mouth, as Master of Hounds. 
Presentation picture. 

Portrait of an antiquarian. 

The Hon. Francis G. Baring. 

The Hon. J. P. Locke King, 
M.P. Presentation picture. 

Philip Worsley, Esq. 

J. Remington Mills, Esq. 
Painted for the Congrega- 
tional Memorial Hall. 

Lord Selborne. Painted as 
Lord High Chancellor of 



1874. 571 
664 



1403 
1875. 112 



183 



1876. 27 



83 
1 57 
*3S 



*79 
281 



1877. 



13*7 
18 
103 

276 

333 
502 
1878. 116 
226 
35* 

588 

93a 

943 

fai4 



1879. 



1880. 



1386 

55 

110 

33« 

595 

1044 

1357 
161 
117 



England^ for the Mercers^ 
Company^ etc. 

John P. Kennard, Esq. 

Samuel Morley, Esq., M.P. 
Painted for the Congregation 
Memorial Hall. 

A. G. Potter, Esq. 

A November morning at Bird- 
sail House, Yorkshire. Tes- 
timonial Hunt picture con- 
taining portraits of Lord and 
Lady Middleton^ the Hon, 
Digby and Hon. Mrs. Wil- 
loughbyy and the Hon. Ernest 
Willoughby^ etc., etc., etc. 

The Rt. Hon. W. E. Forster, 
M.P. 

Thorpe Lodge, 

Campden Hill Road, 

Lady Rosamond Wallop, daugh- 
ter of the Earl and Countess 
of Portsmouth. 

Isaac Crawhall, Esq. 

Mrs. Coleridge Kennard. 

Robert Jardine, Esq. Pre- 
sented by the Liberal elec- 
tors of Dumfries. 

Lady Wenlock. 

Harvest weather — afternoon on 
Holmbury Hill. 

Dr. Lionel S. Beale, F.R.S. 

The Countess of Portsmouth. 

Aliee. 

Portrait. 

The Hon. Constance Lawley. 

Lady Balfour of Burleigh. 

Mrs. Percy Chapman. 

A portrait. 

Henry H. Armstead, Esq., 
A.R.A. 

Mrs. Arthur S. Valpy. 

Mrs. John L. Margerison. 

John L. Margerison, Esq. 

The Rt. Hon. Russell Gumey, 
M.P. 

William Shaen, Esq. 

The old stone-breaker. 

Captain Philip Green. 

The Laurel Walk. 

A rustic Orlando. 

Borrodale, a favourite horse. 

G. C. Schwabe, Esq. 

A picnic. 

" Victoria Regina." " On Tues- 
day at 2\ a.m. the scene 
closed (death of William IV 
at Windsor Castle), and in 
a very short time the Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury and 
Lord Conyngham, the Cham- 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Wells, Henry Tanworth, R,A, — con- 
iintud. 

berlain, set out to announce 
the event to their young 
sovereign. They reached 
Kensington Palace about 
five; theyknocked, they rang, 
they thumped for a consider- 
able time before they could 
rouse the porter at the gates; 
they were again kept waiting 
in the courtyard, then turned 
into one of the lower rooms, 
where they seemed forgotten 
by everybody. They rang 
the beU, desired that the 
attendant of the Princess 
Victoria might be sent to 
inform H.R.H. that they 
requested an audience on 
business of importance. 
After another delay and 
another ringing to inquire 
the cause, the attendant was 
summoned, who stated that 
the Princess was in such a 
sweet sleep, she could not 
venture to disturb her. Then 
they said, * We are come to 
the Queen on business of 
State, and even her sleep 
must give way to that.* It 
did, and to prove that she 
did not keep them waiting, 
in a few minutes she came 
into the room in a loose 
white nightgown, and shawl, 
her nightcap thrown off, her 
hair falling upon her shoul- 
ders, her feet in slippers, 
tears in her eyes, but per- 
fectly collected and digni- 
fied." — From the Diaries 
of Miss Frances Williams 
Wynn, 

1880. 1447 C. W. Cope, Esq., R.A. 

1 88 1. 193 Portrait. 
329 do. 

490 Thomas Browning, Esq. 
550 Miss Armstead. 
1408 John R. Clayton, Esq. 

1882. 83 Ethel. 

144 George Fenwick, Esq. 

213 Jonathan Angus, Esq., Mayor 

of Newcastle - upon - Tyne. 

Presented to the Town, 
261 Friends at Yewden. 

1883. 287 Frederick Leighton, Esq. 

353 Mrs. Wilberforce and her 
daughter Dorothy. 



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1888. 



624 



299 

553 



1883. 375 Mrs. Arthur Street. 
461 A quarry on the hill. 
803 Leaving the common. 
832 A donkey boy. 

The Aldermore^ Dorkings 
and Thorpe Lodge^ 

Campden Hill Road. 

1884. "o Friends. 

137 Loading at a quarry. 

314 An old crone. 

380 Mrs. Ernest Charrington. 

1885. 1 20 Quarrymen of Purbeck. 
170 Mrs. Cecil Burney. 

David F. Carmichael, Esq., 
late Member of Council, 
Madras. Painted for the 
Presidency Town, etc, 
590 Lucy, elder daughter of Wil- 
liam Wickham, Esq. 
719 Arthur E. Street, Esq. 
1887. 190 The Queen and her Judges (at 
the opening of the Royal 
Courts of Justice, Dec. 4, 
1882). 
At Kensington Palace in the 
early morning of June 20, 

1837. 

Mrs. Arthur Street. 
Holmbury Hill (looking to- 
wards Blackdown). 
1636 J. E. Boehm, Esq., R.A. 
Drawing for the Grillion 
Club SeHes. 
1648 Lord Herschell. Drawing for 
the Grillion Club Series. 

1889. 163 Ernest Charrington, Esq. 
214 Miss Amy Wetton. 

325 Miss Lawford. 
504 Arthur W. Nicholson, Esq. 
1748 T. S. Kennedy, Esq. Drawing 
for the Grillion Club Series, 
1763 Major - General Sir Redvers 
H. BuUer, V.C, etc. 

1890. 211 Mrs. Thewlis Johnson. 
284 Lilla. 

389 Mrs. Curzon Wyllie. 
1 67 1 Lord Arthur Russell. Drawing 
for the Grillion Club Series, 

1891. 32 Lady Lucy Drury-Lowe. 
19S Clouds. 

218 The Rev. Sidney Smith, Canon 

of Hereford. 
396 James, son of Joseph J. Stans- 

feld, Esq. 
474 The Hon. Mrs. Lyulph Stanley. 
1537 Lady Coleridge. 

1892. 26 Ruth Charrington. 

59 Lieut.-General Sir Drury C. 

Drury-Lowe, K.C.B. 
192 VVm. Drury-Lowe, Esq. 



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1892. 


635 




1537 


1893. 


38 

^77 




a*? 
*74 
450 
931 


1894. 


M33 
21 




54 
9« 




139 
158 
2o6 



1424 



1895. 


40 




96 




»»7 




256 




692 




874 


1896. 


S6 




76 




192 




612 




i;i8 


1897. 


226 




286 




438 




545 




694 


1898. 


3 




«37 




193 




»33 


1899. 


45 



»5* 



The late Rt. Hon. W. H. 
Smith. 

The Archbishop of Canterbury. 
{Edward White Benson,) 
Drawing for the Grillion 
Club Series. 

Portrait of a lady. 

The Hon. E. W. B. Portman. 
Presentation portrait. 

Lady Blomfield. 

Miss Boyce. 

James Sant, Esq., R.A. 

The Rt. Hon. George Denman, 
Judge of Common Pleas and 
High Court, 1872-92. 

Edmund W. Oliver, Esq. 

J. Orwell Phillips, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

Miss Stirling. 

J. Gwynne James, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

J. Frederic Cheetham, Esq. 

Mrs. W. E. Laurie. 

Tom Nickalls, Esq., late Master 
of the Surrey Staghounds. 
Presentation portrait. 

The Earl of Carlisle. Draiv- 
ing for the Grillion Club 
Series. 

Sir Lowthian Bell, Bart., F.R.S. 
Presentation portrait. 

Colonel Charles G. Edwards. 
Presentation portrait. 

Frank Dicksee, Esq., R.A. 

Mrs. F. T. Gardner. 

Rachel Charrington. 

John Corbett, Esq. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

Mrs. T. A. Mason. 

Miss Ethel H. Davis. 

The Chancellor of the Ex- 
chequer, the Rt. Hon. Sir 
M. E. Hicks Beach, Bart, 
M.P. 

Mrs. Dawson Rowley. 

Mrs. Astley Cheetham. 

H. T. W. 

Miss Dorothea P. Bowman. 

The Bishop of Ripon. ( Wil- 
liam Boyd Carpenter.) 

Pippa. 

Mrs. Ernest Chambers. 

Miss Phoebe Johnson. 

Miss Ethel M. Hale. 

Audrey. 

The Earl of Pembroke. 

Guy, son of Charles A. Prioleau, 
Esq. 

On the lawn — summer after- 
noon. 



VIII. 



1899. 160 Sir Charles Scotter. Presenta- 

tion portrait. 
1578 Sir Robert Finlay, Q.C, M.P., 
Solicitor-General. Draunng 
for the Grillion Club Series. 

1900. 30 Martin J. Sutton, Esq. 
225 Miss Evelyn Ouless. 
278 Mrs. Montgomerie. 

384 Miss Catherine V. Charring- 
ton. 
1598 Colonel Sir Edward R. C 
Bradford, G.CB. Drawing 
for the Grillion Club Series. 

1 901. 168 Mrs. John S. Dugdale. 

273 Sir William Macpherson. 
Painted for the Calcutta Turf 
Club. 

282 Major-General Sir John F. D. 
Donnelly, K.C.B. 

347 A dahlia hedge — autumn after- 
noon. 

1429 Admiral Sir Anthony H. Hos- 
kins, G.CB. Drawing for 
the Grillion Club Series. 

1902. 23 Mrs. E. C. P. Hull. 

42 Colonel Francis Charrington, 

C.M.G. 
155 Edwin Grove, Esq., Chairman 
of the Monmouthshire 
County Council. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 
710 Rachel. 

1 301 The Earl of Selborne. Draw- 
ing for the Grillion Club 
Series. 
1334 The Rt. Hon. Walter H. Long, 
M.P. Drawing for the Gril- 
lion Club Series. 
(The late.) 

1903. 2x0 The Hon. Mrs. Sidney Smith. 
{Mr. Wells painted miniatures almost 

exclusroefy up to i860.) 



WELLS, Mrs. Henry Tanworth (for- 
merly Miss Joanna Mary Boyce). 

Painter. 

17, Stratford Place. 

1S59. 352 A homestead on the Surrey 

hills. 
i860. 466 The departure — an episode of 
the Child's Crusade, 12th 
century. 

1861. 94 The Veneziana. 
463 Peep-bo. 

489 Heather gatherer. Hind Head. 
(The late.) 

1862. 661 A bird of God. 

{See Miss Joanna Boyce, vol. i, 
page 261.) 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WELLS, Mrs. H. W. (Mary). 

Painter. 
Whitecross, Wallingford, 
1886. 305 " On trust" 

WELLS, J Painter. 

Soho Square. 
1783. 416 Landing on the Isle of Sable, 
in the Atlantic Ocean. 
{See also Welles.) 

WELLS, Joseph Robert Painter. 

I, Fitzroy Street. 
1877. 657 A steam Carrier collecting fish 
from the Doggerbank trawl- 
fleet. 

IS, Steele* s Road, 

1880. 646 Harwich, from Shotley Point. 

1881. 564 Kynance Cove, Cornwall, Janu- 

ary, 1881. 

1882. 9?6 A salt-marsh. 

Hogarth Club. 
1893. 1005 The fisherman's haven. 

WELLS, J. S Architect. 

21, Everitt Street, 

Russell Square. 
1823. 1026 A study. 

Liverpool Street. 
1828. 11Z5 A Vestibule to a public build- 
ing. 

WELLS, J. Sanderson Painter. 

Banbury. 

1895. 131 Gone away. 

1896. 290 Miss Winifrid Sykes. 

1897. 426 Gathering sticks. 

132, Sloane Street. 
1899. 684 Hoeing. 

20, Queen Anne's Grove, 

Bedford Park. 

1 90 1. 856 Violets. 

1902. 512 Reflections. 

629 Under the red lamp. 

1903. 524 Gone to ground. 

IVie Artists^ Society, 

I, Langham Chambers. 

1904. 679 Disgraced. 

WELLS, Miss Lilian G Painter. 

9, Grantham Road, Clapham. 
1902. 956 A study. 

WELLS, Miss Painter. 

II, York Buildings, 

Baker Street. 
1805. 607 Fruit and flowers. 

1810. 431 do. do. 

181 1. 77^ Drawing of flowers. 



181 2. 693 Flowers 

18 1 3. 749 Dahlias. 
781 Medlars. 

WELLS, Mrs Miniature Painter. 

1, City Terrace, City Road. 
1806. 631 Portrait of a lady. 

719 do. herself. 

WELLS, P Painter. 

56, Harrow Road. 
1839. 431 Brecon Castle. 

WELLS, Reginald F Sculptor. 

I a, Cathcart Road. 
1899. 2024 Tribute to Victory. 

WELLS, T Sculptor. 

1854. 141S Satan's despair. 
"To thee I call, 
But with no friendly voice, and 

add thy name, 
O, Sun, to tell thee how I hate 
thy beams, etc." 

— Paradise Lost. 

WELLS, Thomas Wax Modeller. 

2, Fenwick Court, Holbom. 

1786. 253 Portrait of a young lady; wax. 

1787. 632 A lady; model in wax. 
636 do. do. 

1788. 616 Portrait of an artist. 

1 791. 657 do. a lady; model in 
wax. 

WELLS, William Frederick K. 

Painter. 
34« Mount Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 

1795. 360 Entrance of Loch Lomond. 
376 Remains of Banquo's castle at 

Inverlochy. 

1796. 392 Penmanmawr, North Wales. 
667 Goldrill Bridge, Patterdale. 
67% Ben Lomond. 

i797« 573 Vale of Dolgelly, North Wales. 
604 A portrait 
639 Llandrillo, North Wales. 
795 View in the Vale of Llandy- 

filis. North Wales. 
799 Llyn Dinas, near Beddkellert, 

North Wales. 
809 Conway, North Wales. 
813 A portrait 
1798. 332 Part of Snowdon, from Llan- 

beris Lake, Starlect Castle. 
S84 Aston, near Oswestry, seat of 

Rev. Mr. Lloyd. 



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1798. 638 Pont Valanrhyd, Merioneth- 
shire, part of Snowdon* 

658 View in Merionethshire. 
698 Bothweil Castle, Scotland. 
950 Aqueduct, erecting at Pont 
Cysyltree, near Llangollen. 

1799. 337 Bridge over the Mouner, Mon* 
mouth. 

357 Ludlow, 

367 Pandy Bridge, Caernarvon- 
shire. 
379 Morning. 
394 Evening. 

400 Llyn Myngwl, Merionethshire, 
432 Borthwanog forge, Merioneth* 
shire; Tintern Abbey on 
the Wye. 
441 Chepstow, Monmouthshire; 
Cum Glasarch, Montgomery- 
Bhire* 
A mill in Montgomeryshire. 
Sindrig Mill, Merionethshire- 
A lane near Guildford; and 

view in Merionethshire. 
The old bridge at Neath; and 

Windsor. 
View at Hastings, Sussex. 
Pont Dina, Glamorganshire. 
The Vale in l^antisilio, 
Uyn Gwinam, near Bedkellert, 
and Eweny Priory, Glam- 
organshire, 
Harlech Castle, Merioneth- 
shire. 
Llangollen, 
3S, VorA Buiidings^ 

Baker Sir€tL 
Windsor Castle, 
A Cottage at Aldbury, Surrey. 

WELLS, W, J Sculptor. 

1854. 1474 Bust in plaster of Miss E. Tur- 
pin. 

WELSCH, F, C , Painter. 

Borne. 

1 87 1. 357 Pitz de la Margna, near St. 

Moritz, Engadine, 
1873. 261 Venice on the Lagune. 

WEL6FORD, Mrs. Mildred H, 

Painter, 

Harr&w^an-tke-ffiiL 

1S9S. 558 ^'Give us this day our daily 

bread." 
1897. 141 The clairvo)rant, "Visions 
that soon will come to passi 
Seen in the dim and mystic 
glass." 



1800. 


320 




447 
496 




497 


I80I. 


703 
726 

37? 
484 




501 




597 


I8I3. 


630 
649 



WELTI, Albert Painter. 

I o I , Nymphtnburger Sirasse, 
Munich, 
1896* I4S4 On the way to Hades. 
J4&3 The rape of Europa. 
146a Madonna. 

WENDT, William Painter. 

Si, Ives^ CamwcUL 
1899. 4S A cool and shady woodland. 

WENSEL, T- L. .., Painter. 

13, SoHih Battky Regenfs Park. 
1857. KJ19 Felice Orsini in prison. 

WENTWORTH, Lady. See Miss 
Mary Stuart-Wortley under W. 

WERGE, Thomas Painter. 

S, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1 82 1. %% Storm ofiT Tynemouth, North- 
umberland* 
15, Gtorge Street^ 

Portman Square, 
1834, 324 Alnwick Castle, the scat of the 
Duke of Northumberland. 

WERNER, Carl Painter. 

Leipzig. 
1877. 75" Interior of the Cathedral of 
Ravello, near Amalfi. 

WERNINCK, Miss Blanche. 

Painter. 

Bose Cottage^ Mursley^ 

WiftslaWy Buck^ 
tS^S* 77^ A bit of Mursley, Bucks. 

WESLAKE, Miss Charlotte. 

Painter. 
41, Castle Street^ 

Sauthwark Bridge. 
1836, 467 At Northfleet 
S4S Sketch. 

21, Bridge Street^ Southwark. 
1849* 60S Fruit and flowers. 
1851. 317 Interior of the east end and 
screen of St. Saviour's, South- 
wark. 
32, King Street^ Borough. 
i860* 644 Tomb of the late George 
GwiU, Esq., F.S.A., F.A.S., 
^^^^ eCc*, architect, in the church- 
^^^^' yard of St. Saviour's, South- 
wark. 
i#TO. f4t Found among the blackberries. 



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WESLAKE, Miss Mary Painter. 

32, King Sireety Sauthwark, 

1866. 243 A Waterloo veteran. "He 

fights his battles o'er again.'' 

WESSELL, G. G Sculptor. 

10, Utile Titchfield Street, 

Portland Chapel. 

1781. 474 A figure of Argos; in terra- 

cotta. 

1782. 356 Portrait model in wax. 

1783. 283 do. of a foreign noble- 

man; in wax. 

351 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

wax. 

352 do. do. 

354 Portrait of a French nobleman; 
in wax. 

1784. 238 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

wax. 
242 do. do. 

246 Portrait of a lady; in wax. 

1785. 365 do. gentleman; a 

model in wax. 
8, Upper Marylebone Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1787. 657 Portrait of Mr. Lunardie; 
bust. 

WESSON, Arthur N Architect. 

7, Priestwood Mansions, 

Highgate, 
1902. 1432 Design for a Dining-room. 

WEST. See Williams, West and 
Slade. 



WEST, Alexander Painter. 

8, Old Exchange Buildings, 

Manchester, 
1884. 807 Ponte Tragara, Italy; winter 
in the sunny south. 

WEST, Alice Painter. 

213, High Street, Poplar. 
1853. 222 Fruit and flowers. 

WEST, Miss Alice L Painter. 

23, Priory Road, 

Bedford Park. 

1891. 1186 "Who dares?" 

1892. 1070 "Catch it!" 

1 177 A delicate morsel. 
10, Southfield Road, 

Tunbridge Wells. 
1904. 1072 Orphans. 



WEST, Benjamin, P.R.A. ... Painter. 

Panton Square. 

1 769. 120 The departure of Regulus from 

Rome. 
121 Venus lamenting the death of 
Adonis. 

1770. 197 Leonidas and Cleombratus. 

{Solemn and good, tho^ hard 
and heavy. — Walpole.) 
198 A portrait of a mother and 
child. {His own wife and 
child, the woman fine, the 
child poor, and its hand 
wretched. The Earl of Buck- 
ingham has one of these. — 
Walpole.) 

177 1. 209 Hannibal brought, when nine 

years old, by his father, 
Hamilchar, to the altar of 
Jupiter, where he swears 
eternal enmity to the Ro- 
mans. {Very bricky colouring 
and the Amilcar very ill 
drawn. — Walpole. ) 

210 The death of General Wolfe. 

{Fine picture, thd there is too 
little concern in many of the 
principal figures, and the 
granadier on the right too 
/fl/^— Walpole.) 

{Lord Grosvenor gave 
jQ^oofor this. — Walpole.) 

211 The compassion of Pharaoh's 

daughter for the infant 
Moses. 

212 Hector taking leave of Androm- 

ache. 

213 The continence of Scipio; its 

companion. 

214 The death of Procris. 

215 The prodigal son received by 

his father. (^<7^.— Walpole.) 

216 Tobias curing his father's 

blindness; its companion. 
( TTie father's head ridiculous. 
— ^Walpole.) 

217 A mother and child. 

1772. 270 William Penn's treaty with the 

Indians, when he founded 
the province of Pensylvania 
in North America. {This 
picture, which contains many 
figures, was painted in three 
weeks, has good drawing and 
great merit. The contrast of 
simplicity between the 
Quakers and Indians has 
great effect. The 
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brickish^ and void of clear- 
ness, — Walpole.) 

( The best of his works in 
the Exhibition.— Vf^l^oX^,) 

1772. 271 Simeon, with the child Jesus 

in his arms. 

272 Juno receiving the cestus from 

Venus. {The head of Juno 
has dignityy and that of 
Venus gracey but too many 
straight lines like the fore- 
going. His first manner was 
in changeable colours like 
Baroccio, — Walpole. ) 

273 Its Companion. The death of 

Hyacinthus. 

274 Una. From Spencer's Fairy 

Queen, Book I, Canto 3, 
Verses 4 and 5. 

1773. 303 Agrippina, surrounded by her 

children, weeping over the 
ashes of Germannicus. — 
{Her head fine, — Walpole.) 

304 The death of Epaminondas. 

305 do. the Chevalier 
Bayard. {Too slight.— Wal- 
pole.) 

306 The first interview of Tele- 

machus with Calypso. — {All 
good but the trees. — Wal- 
pole.) 

307 The prodigal son received by 

his father. 

308 Chryses, priest of Apollo, in- 

voking his god to revenge 
the injuries done him by 
Agamemnon. — {Hard and 
heavy. — Walpole.) 

309 The cave of Despair. From 

Spencer's Fairy Queen. — 
((9i//r^._Walpole.) 

310 A whole length of a gentleman 

with a New Zealand mantle 
round him. — {Mr, Banks^ 
good, — Walpole.) 

311 A Holy Family, in imitation of 

Corregio's manner. — {Well. 
— Walpole.) 

312 Portrait of a gentleman in the 

character of a Roman tri- 
bune. {Alderman Saw- 
bridge.) — {Mr. Sawbridge, 
hard and heavy, — Walpole.) 

1774. 310 The angels appearing to the 

shepherds; for the altar of 
a cathedral. — {The angel fine 
colourings better than his 
usual, — Walpole. ) 
311 Devout men taking the body 
of St Stephen; a design 



for a picture to be painted 
for the altar of the church 
of St. Stephen Wallbrook. 

1774. 312 Moses receiving the tables; a 
design for a picture, intended 
to have been painted for St. 
Paul's Cathedral. 

14, Newman Street. 

i77S« 33* Mark Anthony shewing the 
robe and the will of Julius 
Csesar to the people of 
Rome. 

333 Erasitratus, the physician, dis- 

covers the love of Anti- 
ochus for Stratonice. 

334 The Prophet Elijah restoring 

to life the widow's son. 

335 Cupid, stung by a bee, is 

cherished by his Mother. 

336 Nathan and David. "Thou art 

the man." 

337 Portrait of a nobleman and his 

brother; whole lengths. 

338 Portraits of two young gentle- 

men. 

1776. 316 Devout men taking the body 

of St. Stephen; an altar- 
piece. {For St. Stephen^ 
WW/^m?>t.— Walpole.) 

317 Daniel interpreting to Bel- 
shazzar the writing on the 
wall. 

3x8 Hagar and Ishmael. 

319 Isaac's servant tying the brace- 

let on Rebecca's arm. 

320 Rinaldo and Armida. 

321 A domestic scene. 

1777. 362 Her Majesty with the Princess 

Royal. {Bad and too old for 
the Queen. — Walpole.) 

363 Portraits of six of the Royal 

Children. — {Bad and with- 
out grace. — Walpole.) 

364 Fidelia and Spiranza; from 

Spencer's Fairy Queen. 

365 St. Michael the Archangel; an 

altar-pieceforTrinityChapel, 
Cambridge. 

366 Lazarus. Jesus saith unto 

them^ Loose him^ and let him 
go; a study for a large pic- 
ture to be painted for the 
cathedral church of Win- 
chester. 

367 A small picture of a family. 

{Himself wife^ and Quakers^ 
her relatives. — Walpole.) 

1778. 330 Portraits of their Royal High- 

nesses the Prince of Wales 
and Prince Frederick, 



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West, Benjamin, P.R,A, — continued. 
1778. J31 William de Albanac presents 
his three daughters (naked) 
to Alfred the third King of 
Mercia, with the following 
words, "Here be my three 
daughters, chuse to wife 
which you list; but, rather 
than you should have one of 
them to your concubine, I 
would slay her with my own 
hand."— />/a«£/'x Itin,, Vol. 
VIII, p. 58. 
33» Portrait of a lady; half length. 
1779- 34* Alfred the Great divides his 
loaf with a pilgrim. 

342 St. Peter, accused by the dam- 

sel, denies our Saviour. 

343 Prince William and Princess 

Sophia, children of their 
Royal Highnesses the Duke 
and Dutchess of Gloucester. 
S44 A gentleman and lady, painted 
in commemoration of their 
marriage. 

1780. 7 Portraits of their Royal High- 

nesses Prince William Henry 
and Prince Edward. 
17 Portraits of their Royal High- 
nesses Prince Adolphus, 
Princess Mary, and Princess 
Sophia. 

58 The battle of the Boyne. 

59 j^gistus, raising the veil, dis- 

covers the body of Clytem- 
nestra. — Franklin's Sopho- 
cles. 
73 The destruction of the French 
fleet at La Hogue, 1692. 

116 Portrait of His Majesty, two 
general officers on horse- 
back and the royal navy in 
the background. 

123 The raising of Lazarus; an 
altarpiece for the Cathedral 
of Winchester. 

130 Portrait of Her Majesty, and 
the royal family in the back- 
ground. 

322 The mother of the Gracchi dis- 
plays her children as her 
only jewels; a design for a 
fan. 

1 78 1 . 80 An historical picture, represent- 

ing the sick, possessed, etc., 
brought to our Saviour to be 
healed; painted for his 
Majesty's chapel in Windsor 
Castle. 
266 Paetus and Arria. 



1782. 93 His Royal Highness Prince 

Octavius. 
97 His Royal Highness Prince 

Augustus Frederick. 
144 The ascension of Our Saviour; 

painted for his Majesty's 

chapel at Windsor. 

1783. 16 Design for the east window of 

St George's chapel, Wind- 
sor: in the centre, the resur- 
rection; on the right hand, 
St. Peter and St John; on 
the left, the three Marys. 

62 Oliver Cromwell ordering the 
mace to be taken away when 
he expelled the long parlia- 
ment. 

73 Portrait of His Majesty. 

91 General Monk receiving King 
Charles II on the beach at 
Dover. 
441 Drawing of the window in St 
George's chapel, Windsor. 
The figures by Mr. West, the 
architecture by Mr. Carter. 

1784. 81 The apotheosis of Prince Alfred 

and Prince Octavius. 

121 The call of the prophet Isaiah; 
for his Majesty's chapel in 
Windsor. 

126 Moses receiving the law on 
Mount Sinai; painted for 
His Majesty's chapel in 
Windsor Castle. 

135 The call of the prophet Jere- 
miah. For his Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

402 Alexander III of Scotland saved 
from the fury of a stag by 
Colin Fitzgerald. 

435 Moses striking the rock; a de- 
sign for His Majesty's chapel 
in Windsor Castle. 

437 The last supper; a design for a 
picture for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

44a The triumph of Death, from 
the Revelation; a design 
for a picture for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 
1 7 85. 31 Landscape representing the 
country near Windsor. 

153 St Peter's first sermon after 
being filled with the Holy 
Ghost; painted for His 
Majesty's chapel, Windsor 
Castle. 

219 The Lord's Supper; painted 
for His Majesty's chapel in 
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1786. 20 The Resurrection of Our 

Saviour. 
148 Alexander the third, King of 
Scotland, rescued from the 
fury of a stag by the intre- 
pidity of Colin Fitzgerald, 
the ancestor of the present 
Mackenzie family. 

1787. 19 The original institution of the 

most noble order of the 
garter by Edward II Id; a 
finished sketch. 
88 St. Paul shaking the viper from 
his hand after the shipwreck ; 
a finished sketch to paint a 
picture from, for the New 
chapel in Greenwich Hos- 
pital. 

1788. 89 Queen Philippa soliciting her 

husband, Edward the third, 
to save the lives of the brave 
burghers of Calais. 

1789. 88 King Lear. {Finished sketch for 

Gallery of Shakespear,) 

1790. 36 Moses showing the brazen ser- 

pent to the Israelites; painted 
for His Majesty's chapel, 
Windsor Castle. 

no A sketch: Genius calling forth 
Arts and Sciences; part of a 
design in the Queen's Lodge, 
Windsor, intended to show 
the utility they are of to this, 
as a commercial nation. 

Ill The Angel announcing our 
Saviou?s birth; a design for 
a window in the collegiate 
church, Windsor. 

117 A sketch, Agriculture; part of 
a design in the Queen's 
Lodge, Windsor. 

1 79 1. 13s The resurrection of Lazarus; 

a finished sketch. 

147 The Expulsion of Adam and 
Eve from Paradise; for His 
Majesty's chapel, Windsor 
Castle. 

167 British manufactory; a sketch. 

169 The abating of the waters after 
the Deluge; for His Ma- 
jesty's chapel, Windsor 
Castle. 

189 British commerce; a sketch. 

426 The conversion of St. Paul; a 
finished sketch, a design for 
the painted window in St. 
Paul's church, Birmingham. 

504 Thedestructionof theAssyrians 
by the destroying Angel. 
P.R.A.) 



1792. 8 The first ceremony, when Ed- 

ward the Third, with the 
original Knights, instituted 
the most noble order of the 
Garter; painted for the 
Audience Chamber in Wind- 
sor Castle. 
66 Edward Hid passing the river 
Soame; painted for the Audi- 
ence Chamber in Windsor 
Castle. 

124 The triumph of Moses over 
Pharaoh and his host. — 
Exod.y chap. 14, ver. 27. 
Painted for His Majest/s 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

319 Aaron stopping the plague; a 
sketch. 

401 The three women at the 
sepulchre. 

421 Christ shewing a little child. 
" Of such is the Kingdom of 
Heaven." A finished sketch. 

1793. 16 King Edward III embracing 

his son, Edward the Black 
Prince, after the battle of 
Cressy. Painted for His 
Majesty's Audience Cham- 
ber in Windsor Castle. 

47 The nativity of our Saviour; the 
design for a window in the 
collegiate church, Windsor. 

74 Philippa, Queen Consort to 
Edward III, at the battle of 
Nevill's Cross, near Durham 
where David, King of Scot- 
land, was made prisoner. 

138 A woman selling rosemary. 

140 St Paul and Barnabas rejecting 
the Jews and receiving the 
Gentiles; for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

546 Macbeth and the witches; a 
sketch. 

1794. 8 Edward the Black Prince re- 

ceiving John, King of 
France, prisoner, after the 
battle of Poictiers. Painted 
for His Majesty's Audience 
Chamber in Windsor Castle. 

17 Cordelia making herself known 
to her father. King Lear. 

20 Queen Elizabeth going in pro- 
cession to St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral after the destruction of 
the Spanish Armada. 

S3 The Grecian daughter defend- 
ing her father. 

80 Diomed and his horses stopped 
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West, Benjamin, P,R.A.— continued. 

1794. 132 The Holy Spirit descending 

upon Christ after his Bap- 
tism at the River Jordan, 
for his Majesty's Chapel in 
Windsor Castle. 

265 A landscape. 

270 do. 

1795. 28 Lord Clive receiving from the 

Mogul the grant of the 
Duanney. 
69 Gentlemen fishing. 
74 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
^^ The naming of John the Baptist. 
80 Harvest home. 
140 The Resurrection of Our 

Saviour. 
144 Moses consecrateth Aaron and 

his sons, their sin offering. 
160 Eponina giving bread to her 
husband in concealment. 

1 796. 1 53 Portrait of a gentleman. 
157 A harvest scene. 

171 Simeon with the infant Saviour. 

«75tNymphs bathing. 

175 Moses and Aaron before Pha- 
raoh, for His Majesty's 
Chapel, Windsor. 

189 Landscape with wood cutters. 

197 Washing of sheep. 

243 The birth of Jacob and Esau; 
a sketch, for His Majesty's 
Chapel. 

247 The opening of the four seals 
{^de Revelation); a sketch, 
for His Majesty's Chapel, 
Windsor. 

420 Birth of Our Saviour. 

1797. 21 The crucifixion. 

98 A drayman drinking. 

189 Portraits of two brothers. {Sons 
of the painter.) 

205 Portrait of a clergyman. {Rev, 
Mr. Preston.) 

242 Michael casteth out the Dragon 
and his angels. For a window 
at the new abbey, Fonthill. 

247 Cicero, with the magistrates of 
Syracuse, discovers the Tomb 
of Anchimedes; an historical 
picture. 

251 The Wise Men's offering; exe- 
cuted on glass in the Col- 
legiate Church, Windsor. 

1798. 76 A mighty Angel standeth upon 

the land and upon the sea. 
— Rev.^ chap. 10. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 
87 The prophecy of Zacharias at 
the naming of John the 



Baptist For His Majesty's 
Chapel at Windsor. 

1798. 95 The beast riseth out of the sea. 

— Rev.^ chap. 13. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 

144 Portrait of Sir Thomas Strange. 

145 Cupid. 

180 Portrait of Sir John Sinclair, 

Bart. 

181 A Bacchante. 

219 The Son of Man, in the midst 
of the Seven Golden Candle- 
sticks, appearing to John 
the Evangelist, and com- 
manding him to write. For 
the new abbey at Fonthill — 
Rev. i, V. 13. 

232 The woman cloathed with the 
sun fleeth from the persecu- 
tion of the dragon. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 

267 St. Thomas k Becket. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 

551 A landscape with women and 
children. 

618 Portrait of General Kosciusko. 

622 A landscape with women and 
children. 

632 A landscape, with a hunt on 
the second ground. 

1799. 136 St. Margaret, Queen of Scot- 

land; a cartoon designed for 
a painted window in the new 
abbey at Fonthill. 

156 The bath of Venus; a poetic 
landscape. 

168 The nativity of Our Saviour; a 
cartoon designed for apain ted 
window in the Collegiate 
Church, Windsor. 

170 St. Thomas k Becket; a car- 
toon designed for a painted 
window in the new abbey at 
Fonthill. 

191 A frame containing the heads 
of Sir Philip Sidney; Epami- 
nondas, and the Chevalier 
Bayard. 

298 Jacob's covenant with Laban 
for Rachel. 

391 A View of Windsor from Snow 
Hill, Windsor Park. 

546 The vision of St. Anthony of 
Padua. (A sketch for a pic- 
ture to be painted for the 
abbey at Fonthill.) 

571 A head, representing Daniel in 
the lion's den. 

657 A view of Snow Hill, Windsor 
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1799. 837 Abraham and his son Isaac 

going to sacrifice. " Behold 
the fire and the wood, but 
where is the lamb for a burnt 
offering? etc." 

1800. 63 The Apostles imprisoned. "But 

the Angel of the Lord opened 
the prison doors, etc." — ActSy 
V, 19, 20. 
74 The Women at the sepulchre 
of Jesus Christ. " And they 
entered in, etc." — St, Luke^ 
xxiv, 3-6. 

130 Venus at her birth attired by 
the Graces. 

134 " And Jesus called a little child 
unto him and set him in the 
midst of them, etc." — Mat- 
thew^ xviii, 2, 3. 

136 Adonis with hisdogs conducted 
to the chase by Love. 

144 Isaac, when he first saw his 
twin sons, Esau and Jacob. 
Painted for His Majesty's 
chapel, Windsor Castle. 

251 The portrait of Lady Strange. 

335 A drawing in oil colours : King 
David prostrate at the altar 
he built at the threshing- 
place of Arunah. " And 
when the angel stretched out 
his hand upon Jerusalem to 
destroy it, etc." — 2ndSamuel^ 
xxiv, 16. 

671 The ruins of Tintern Abbey, 
on the banks of the river 
Wye. 

1 80 1. 80 A sketch for a painted window 

in St. Paul's church, Birm- 
ingham, representing Saul's 
miraculous conversion. "And 
Saul, yet breathing out 
threatenings, etc." — Acts^ 
chap. ix. 

134 Abraham and Isaac going to 
sacrifice. " And Isaac spake 
unto Abraham his father, 
etc." — Genesis^ xxii. 

136 Children eating cherries. 

167 A sketch for a large picture 
for His Majesty's chapel at 
Windsor, representing the 
Ascension of our Saviour. 
"And while the Apostles 
looked stedfastly towards 
heaven, etc." — Acts^ i. 

198 Mentor and Telemachus; their 
first interview with Calypso. 

243 Moses, from the top of Mount 
Pisgah, is shown the pro- 
viu. 



mised land. "And Moses 
went up, etc." — Deuteron- 
omy^ xxxiv, I. 

1 80 1. 295 Joshua passing the river Jordan 

with the ark of the Covenant. 
" Behold the ark of the cov- 
enant of the Lord, etc." — 
Joshua^ iii, 11. 

307 Christ healing the sick ; a draw- 
ing in oil colour for a large 
picture to be painted after, 
for the Pennsylvania hos- 
pital, in the city of Phil- 
adelphia. "And the blind 
and the lame came to him, 
etc." — St Matthew^ xxi. 

688 Hannah presenting Samuel to 
Eli. " And she said, O my 
Lord, as thy soul liveth, etc." 
ist Samueiy i. 

1802. 133 Orion, cast into the sea, carried 

safe to land on the back df 
a dolphin. "He on his 
crouching back sits all at 
ease, With harp in hand, by 
which he calms the seas, 
etc."— (S^/^. 

134 Arethusa. Vide Ovid's Meta- 
morphoses, i, 5. 

>3S Cupid wounded by a bee in 
the finger. " Venus thus re- 
plied and smiled, *Dry — 
Dry thy tears — for shame, 
my child!' etc." 

139 Bellisarius and the boy: Date 

Obolum Bellisario. 

140 Cupid stung by a bee, com- 

plains to his mother. "Once, 
as Cupid, tir'd with play. On 
a bed of roses lay, etc." — 
Fawkes, 

191 The Paddington passage — 
boats returning from Ux- 
bridge in the evening. 

615 Portraits of a mother and her 
daughter. 

1803. 135 Cupid sleeping on a bed of 

roses. From Anacreon. 

1804. 28 The Last Supper; the original 

sketch for the great picture 
over the communion table 
in the Collegiate Church, 
Windsor. 

30 The destruction of the beast 
and false prophet From 
Revelation^ chap, xix, ver. 
II and 20. "I saw the 
heaven opened, and behold 
a white horse, etc." 

37 Portrait of himself. 

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West, Benjamin, P,R.A. — continued, 

1804. 71 Cicero and the Magistrates of 

Syracuse ordering the tomb 
of Archimedes to be freed 
from the bushes that had 
obscured it. 
91 Tobias received by his blind 
father, whose sight was re- 
stored by the gall of a fish. 

130 Moonlight. "What beckoning 

ghost along the moonlight 
shade Invites my steps, etc." 
—Popes Elegy. 

131 Venus lamenting the death of 

Adonis. " The death of fair 
Adonis I deplore, etc." — 
Vide Idylliums of B ion, 

192 Phaeton solicits, and obtains 
leave of his father Phoebus 
to conduct the chariot of 
the sun. " Here the spring, 
crowned with chaplets of 
flowers . . . Haste, snatch 
the reins; take my counsel, 
not my chariot, while it is 
yet in your power and you 
stand securely on the earth, 
etc^'—Ovid, Metam, 

211 Hagarandlshmael. "And God 
heard the voice of the lad, 
etc." — Genesis, xxxi, 17, 18. 

554 The death of Aaron. 

1805. 77 The deluge. "So after forty 

days, Noah opened the win- 
dow of the ark, etc." — Gene- 
siSy viii. 

83 Mary Magdalen and the other 
Mary at the sepulchre. 
"Now on the end of the 
Sabbath, etc."— 5/. Mat- 
thew , xxviii. 
86 The expulsion of Adam and 
Eve from Paradise. " Unto 
Adam also and to his wife 
did the Lord God make 
coats of skins, etc." — Gene- 
sis, iii. 

139 Thetis bringing armour to her 
son. "... Behold what 
arms by Vulcan are be- 
stowed, Arms worthy thee 
or fit to grace a god, etc." — 
Hornet^ s Iliad, 

145 Bellisarius and the boy. Vide 
MarmonteL 

151 Thetis brings to her son the 
armour made by Vulcan. 
" Goddess, (he cry*ed) these 
glorious arms that shine, 
qXc,''— Homer's Iliad, 



1805. 153 The Eagle bringing the cup of 
water to Psyche. 
194 Cranford Bridge. 

1807. 175 Paul and Barnabas rejecting 
the Jews and receiving the 
Gentiles. The finished study, 
from which the large picture 
was painted for His Majesty's 
chapel at Windsor. " Then 
Paul and Barnabas waxed 
bold, and said, it was neces- 
sary that the word of God 
should first have been spoken 
to you, etc." — Acts, xiii, 46. 
194 The sketch of a monument for 
perpetuating the memory of 
the late Lord Nelson. " His 
Majesty, on the loth of De- 
cember, 1805, having signi- 
fied his commands to the 
Royal Academy, by his Sec- 
retary of State, the Rt. Hon. 
Lord Hawkesbury, for the 
members of that body to 
consider the best mode of 
perpetuating the memory of 
Lord Nelson; in obedience 
to that command this design 
was made, composed of three 
branches of art which con- 
stitute the Academy: Paint- 
ing, being best calculated, 
by its powers of combining 
imagery, to give allegorical 
figures their full effect, and 
to form a composition ex- 
pressive of Lord Nelson's 
nautical achievements, and 
the immortality of his great- 
ness. The leading point in 
the picture represents Vic- 
tory presenting the dead 
body of the hero to Britannia, 
after the battle of Trafalgar, 
from the arms of Neptune, 
with the trident of his do- 
minions. Britannia sits in 
shaded gloom, as expressive 
of that deep regret which 
overwhelmed the United 
Kingdom at the loss of so 
distinguished a character. 
In the other parts of the 
picture are seen the con- 
comitant events of his life, 
and the sons and daughters 
of the union preparing the 
mournful sable to his me- 
mory. The winged boys 
around his body are figura- 



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tive that the influence of 
his genius still exists. The 
sculptured part of this de- 
sign is best calculated to 
give the sepulchre its appro- 
priate character; it is a plain 
stone of considerable magni- 
tude, and of a double cube 
in form, without ornaments 
or inscription, except the 
honoured name of Nelson 
encircled with the Emblem 
of eternity. The supporters 
of this honoured stone, on 
the right, are a group of 
British seamen, as seen when 
opposed to the enemy in 
battle, inspired by the genius 
of Nelson, and ready to de- 
fend their country's cause; 
on the left, another group, 
composed of marines from 
the three nations which now 
form the United Kingdom, 
reflecting, and participating 
with their country, in the 
loss of so great a com- 
mander. Architecture, ever 
denoting civilization, has 
inscribed on its frieze the 
honours which Parliament 
decreed to the family of 
Nelson; over which is the 
tablet containing the number 
of battles he had been in, 
and terminated by his crest, 
surrounding which are the 
insignia of Victory and Vir- 
tue, and the spoils of the 
vanquished enemy, with the 
hulks of the San Josef and 
San Nicholas, which Nelson 
boarded and captured. The 
columns rising from the base, 
on which are prows of British 
men-of-war, are figurative of 
that glorious immortality 
which the general design of 
this sketch of a monument 
exhibits. The model for the 
monument, which is to be 
executed for perpetuating 
the memory of Lord Nelson, 
having been decided on by 
the Committee of Taste, 
Mr. West, after making this 
design, painted this picture, 
to accompany his other 
works on the subject of 
Lord Nelson's victories." 




1807. 217 The Immortality of Nelson. 

Vide No. 194. 

1808. 63 Iris communicating to King 

Priam Jove's commands, that 
he should go in person to 
solicit from Achilles the 
dead body of his son Hector. 
"Then down her bow the 
vringed Iris drives, etc." — 
Pope's Homer's Iliad, 

73 Thetis presenting the armour 
made by Vulcan to her son 
Achilles. 

117 The resurrection of our Saviour; 
a sketch. 

119 The death of Lord Nelson in 
the cockpit of the ship Vic- 
tory. 

174 The harmony of Aflection. 

389 A View of the Rocks at Bristol 
Wells, with the ceremony of 
conducting down the river 
Avon the Man of War pre- 
sented by the City of Bristol 
to Government. 

416 A View of the City of Bath, as 
seen from the high grounds 
eastward of Prior Park House. 

431 Prince Bladud, eldest son of 
Lud Hudibras, King of 
Britain ; he first discovered 
the medicinal virtues of the 
Bath springs by observing 
the salutary efi*ect those 
waters produced on swine. 

44" A View within Prior Park, near 
the city of Bath. 

459 A View on the river Avon 
above the city of Bath. 

591 The Citizens of London pre- 
senting the crown to Wil- 
liam ; a sketch. 

593 The intercession of the Queen 
Mother with Richard the 
First to pardon his brother 
John; a sketch. 

1 809. 68 Milton's Messiah, from the sixth 

book of Paradise Lost. "Full 

soon among them he arrived, 

etc." 
119 The Bard, from Gray's Pindaric 

ode. "On a rock whose 

haughty brow, etc." 
502 Narcissus in love with his own 

image, which he sees in the 

fountain. 

1 810. 92 Christ teacheth to be humble. 

"And Jesus called a little 
child unto him, etc," — Mat- 
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West, Benjamin, P.R.A.-^continued. 
1811. 63 Omnia Vincit Amor, or the 
Power of Love in the Three 
Elements. 

116 The Death of Lord Nelson, or 
the Naval Victory off Trafal- 
gar; being one of the most 
distinguished that ever oc- 
curred in the annals of 
Great Britain for heroism 
and national importance. 
Mr. West, conceiving that 
such an event demanded a 
composition every way ap- 
propriate to its dignity and 
high importance, formed it 
into an Epic Composition. 
This enabled him to give it 
that character and interest 
which the subject demanded. 
Availing himself of that char- 
acter in composition, he 
laid the heroic Nelson 
wounded on the quarter- 
deck of his ship, The Vic- 
tory, with his captain (now 
Sir Thomas Hardy), holding 
the dying Hero by the hand, 
and from a paper in the 
other, announcing to him 
the number of ships taken 
from the enemy's Combined 
Fleet The surrounding 
groups of gallant officers and 
men are sympathizing with 
each other in the sufferings 
of their wounded Friend 
and expiring Commander; 
and the dead and wounded 
in the several groups are in- 
troduced as episodes, to 
commemorate those with 
honour, who fell on board 
the Hero's ship in that dis- 
tinguished action. The ships 
in the distance display the 
flags and signals of the other 
triumphant British Admirals, 
as well as those of the van- 
quished enemy, which are 
marked with all the wrack 
of battle, and that defeat 
which took place on the 
2ist of October, 1805. 

188 Lot and his daughters con- 
ducted by two angels. " And 
when the morning arose, then 
the angels hastened Lot, 
etc. — Genesis J xix, 15-26. 
1812. 58 Portrait of J. E. Wilmot, Esq., 



one of the Commissioners 
who adjusted the claims of 
the American loyalists. 

1812. 162 Historical landscape; Saul be- 

fore Samuel and the Pro- 
phets. "And Saul went 
thither to Naioth in Ramah: 
and the Spirit of God was 
upon him also, and he went 
on, and prophesied, etc." — 
1st Samuel^ xix, 23, 24. 

18 1 3. 76 Moses and Aaron before Pha- 

raoh, King of Egypt. " And 
Moses stretched forth his 
hand toward heaven, etc." — 
Exodus^ X, 22. 

1814. 16 Cupid stung byabee,complains 

to his mother. — Anacreon. 
103 The late Duke of Portland as 
Chancellor of the University 
of Oxford. 

1815. no The original sketch for the 

great picture of Christ re- 
jected. " He is brought as 
a lamb to the slaughter, etc." 
— Isaiah^ liii, 7. 

(This is the first time 
B. West, RR.A,, is printed 
in the catalogue, it was R,A. 
before,) 

18 16. 64 Europa. 

181 7. 129 The birth of Esau and Jacob. 

Genesis, xxv. 

142 The naming of John. "And it 

came to pass, that on the 
eighth day . . . they called 
him Zacharias, afterthe name 
of his father, but his mother 
answered and said not so, 
but he shall be called John." 
— St, Luke, i, 59, 60. 

143 Abraham and his son Isaac 

going to sacrifice. " And 
Abraham rose up early in 
the morning and saddled his 
ass, etc." — Genesis, xxii, 3-8. 

1818. 36 The nativity of our Saviour. 

" And the angel of the Lord 
said unto the shepherds, 
Fear not, etc."— 5/. Luke, ii. 

106 The Great Mogul presenting 
to the late Lord Clive the 
Grant of the Dewannee for 
the India Company. 

in Sleeping Cupid. 

1 14 The Women at the Sepulchre. 
"And as it began to dawn 
towards the first day of the 
week, etc."— 5/. Mattheu\ 
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1819. Ill The Resurrection of our 

Saviour; a sketch. 
157 The stolen Kiss. VideGuarinPs 

Pastor FidOy act ii, scene i. 
337 Caesar reading the History of 

Alexander's exploits. 
345 Alexander's confidence in his 

physician Philip. 

WEST, Benjamin, Junr Painter. 

Newman Street. 
I79I' 555 A drawing. 

WEST, Miss Blanche C Painter. 

37, The LawHy South Lambeth. 
1882. 623 A daughter of Granada. 

WEST, C Painter. 

Portsea^ Hants. 
182 1. 762 Portrait of a gentleman. 

WEST, Charles Painter. 

45, St. John Street. 
1787. 423 Landscape, with the Egyptians 
finding the cup in Benjamin's 
sack. 

WEST, Charles W Painter. 

18, Fitzroy Street. 
1882. 452 Alice. 

WEST, Colonel Painter. 

Captain West. 
1 773* 381 A sea port. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Lieut.'Colonel West. 

1775- 385 A View of Ham Walks and 

Petersham woods from the 

opposite banks of the 

Thames. 

1776. 358 A view of the Citadel of Palais 

in the island of Belleisle, 
after its reduction by his 
Majesty's troops in the year 
1761. 

1777. 408 An evening view. 

WEST, David Painter. 

40, Osborne Place^ Aberdeen. 

1890. 1247 On the banks of the Lossie, 

Morayshire. 
42, Harlington Road^ 

Aberdeen. 

1 89 1. 1207 The Muckle water, Morayshire. 
1 3 19 A marsh, Morayshire. 

Duthrie Terrace^ Aberdeen. 

1892. 1091 Tail of the Bents, near Lossie- 

mouth. 
1293 Evening quietude. 



1S93. 550 Near the sea, Morayshire. 

1094 Morayshire coast. 
1894. 917 Under the cliff. 

Lossiemouth^ Morayshire. 
1902. 1019 Fisherwomen bringing home 
firewood. 

WEST, Miss Edith de Lancy. 

Sculptor. 
1877. 1521 Mrs. Edward Gruning; terra- 
cotta. 

WEST, E. E Painter. 

Sydney House^ Bedford Park. 
1 88 1. 639 Norway — in the Wettie Giel. 

WEST, Francis Robert Painter. 

— West, 55, Charles Street, 

Westminster. 
1790. 142 Portrait of an artist. (JC. Jen- 
nings.) 
153 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
{Master Chalmers.) 

WEST, H. T Painter. 

33, Percy Street, 

Bedford Square. 

1831. 612 Cottage, Bray churchyard, 

Berkshire. 

6 1 7 St Saviour's church, South wark, 

as seen in 1829. 

618 Montague Close, St. Saviour's. 

1832. 484 Near Putney. 

515 Barnes Common. 

1833. 603 Part of Farleigh Castle, Somer- 

setshire. 
890 Baptist Mill, near Bristol. 

9, Holland Street. 
i^SS' 53^ Bridge on the Surrey Canal. 
1836. 595 Old Kingston Bridge. 

WEST, J Miniature Painter. 

23, Beaumont Street, 
I Portland Place. 

I 1856. 975 The Hon. Mrs. Norton. 
j 
WEST, James. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
5, Fcnchurch Street. 
1883. 1 174 Study for a church window. 

WEST, Joseph Walter Painter. 

Easton, Greenhill, Harrow. 
1885. 1024 Repulse of the enemy. 

5, West Hampstead Studios. 

1889. 798 Workers and players. 

1890. 43 » Little Gipsies. 
741 Convalescence. 

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WESLAKB, Miss Mary Painter. 

32, King Street^ Southwark, 

1866. 243 A Waterloo veteran. "He 

fights his battles o'er again." 

WBSSBLL, G. G Sculptor. 

10, Little Titchfield Street, 

Portland ChapeL 

1 78 1. 474 A figure of Argos; in terra- 

cotta. 

1782. 356 Portrait model in wax. 

1783. 283 do. of a foreign noble- 

man; in wax. 

351 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

wax. 

352 do. do. 

354 Portrait of a French nobleman; 
in wax. 

1784. 238 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

wax. 
242 do. do. 

246 Portrait of a lady; in wax. 

1785. 365 do. gentleman; a 

model in wax. 
8, Upper Marylebone Street, 

Middlesex HospitaL 
1787. 657 Portrait of Mr. Lunardie; 
bust. 

WESSON, Arthur N Architect. 

7, Priestwood Mansions, 

Highgaie. 
1902. 1432 Design for a Dining-room. 

WEST. See Williams, West and 
Slade. 



WEST, Alexander Painter. 

8, Old Exchange Buildings, 

Manchester. 
1884. 807 Ponte Tragara, Italy; winter 
in the sunny south. 

WEST, Alice Painter. 

213, High Street, Poplar. 
1853. 222 Fruit and flowers. 

WEST, Miss Alice L Painter. 

23, Priory Road, 

Bedford Park. 

1891. 1186 "Who dares?" 

1892. 1070 "Catch it!" 

1177 A delicate morsel. 
10, Sautf^ld Road, 

Tunbridge Wells. 
1904. 1072 Orphans. 



WEST, Benjamin, P.R.A. ... Painter. 

Panton Square. 

1 769. 120 The departure of Regulus from 

Rome. 
121 Venus lamenting the death of 
Adonis. 

1770. 197 Leonidas and Cleombratus. 

{Solemn and good, tho* hard 
and heavy. — Walpole.) 
198 A portrait of a mother and 
child. {His own wife and 
child, the woman fine, the 
child poor, and its hand 
wretched. The Earl of Buck- 
ingham has one of these. — 
Walpole.) 

1 77 1. 209 Hannibal brought, when nine 

years old, by his father, 
Hamilchar, to the altar of 
Jupiter, where he swears 
etemal enmity to the Ro- 
mans. {Very bricl^ colouring 
and the Amilcar very ill 
drawn. — Walpole.) 

210 The death of General Wolfe. 

{Fine picture, thd there is too 
little concern in many of the 
principal figures, and the 
granadier on the right too 
/o/il— Walpole.) 

{Lord Grosvenor gave 
£y^oo for this. — Walpole.) 

211 The compassion of Pharaoh's 

daughter for the infant 
Moses. 
112 Hector takingleave of Androm- 
ache. 

213 The continence of Scipio; its 

companion. 

214 The death of Procris. 

215 The prodigal son received by 

his father, (^a^.— Walpole.) 

216 Tobias curing his father's 

blindness; its companion. 
( Thefathef^s head ridiculous, 
—Walpole.) 

217 A mother and child. 

1772. 270 William Penn's treaty with the 

Indians, when he founded 
the province of Pensylvania 
in North America. {This 
picture, which contains many 
figures, was painted in three 
weeks, has good drawing and 
great merit. The contrast of 
simplicity between the 
Quakers and Indians has 
great effect. The colouring, 
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brickish^ and void of clear- 
ness. — Walpole.) 

(The best of his works in 
the Exhibition.— Walpole.) 

1772. 271 Simeon, with the child Jesus 

in his arms. 

272 Juno receiving the cestus from 

Venus. (The head of Juno 
has dignity^ and that of 
Venus grace^ but too many 
straight lines like the fore- 
going. His first manner was 
in changeable colours like 
Baroccio, — Walpole. ) 

273 Its Companion. The death of 

Hyacinthus. 

274 Una. From Spencer's Fairy 

Queen, Book I, Canto 3, 
Verses 4 and 5. 

1773. 303 Agrippina, surrounded by her 

children, weeping over the 
ashes of Germannicus. — 
(Her head fine. — Walpole.) 

304 The death of Epaminondas. 

305 do. the Chevalier 
Bayard. (Too slight.— WaX- 
pole.) 

306 The firet interview of Tele- 

machus with Calypso. — (All 
good but the trees. — Wal- 
pole.) 

307 The prodigal son received by 

his father. 

308 Chryses, priest of Apollo, in- 

voking his god to revenge 
the injuries done him by 
Agamemnon. — (Hard and 
heavy. — Walpole.) 

309 The cave of Despair. From 

Spencer's Fairy Queen. — 
(Outri.—WdXpoXt.) 

310 A whole length of a gentleman 

with a New Zealand mantle 
round him. — (Mr. Banks^ 
good. — Walpole. ) 

311 A Holy Family, in imitation of 

Corregio's manner. — (Well. 
— Walpole.) 

312 Portrait of a gentleman in the 

character of a Roman tri- 
bune. (Alderman Saw^ 
bridge.) — (Mr. Sawbridge^ 
hard and heavy. — Walpole.) 

1774. 3 10 The angels appearing to the 

shepherds; for the altar of 
a cathedral. — (The angel fine 
colourings better than his 
usual. — Walpole. ) 
311 Devout men taking the body 
of St Stephen; a design 



for a picture to be painted 
for the altar of the church 
of St. Stephen Wallbrook. 

1774. 312 Moses receiving the tables; a 
design for a picture, intended 
to have been painted for St. 
Paul's Cathedral 

14, Newman Street. 

1 775' 33* Mark Anthony shewing the 
robe and the will of Julius 
Caesar to the people of 
Rome. 

333 Erasitratus, the physician, dis- 

covers the love of Anti- 
ochus for Stratonice. 

334 The Prophet Elijah restoring 

to life the widow's son. 

335 Cupid, stung by a bee, is 

cherished by his Mother. 

336 Nathan and David. "Thou art 

the man." 

337 Portrait of a nobleman and his 

brother; whole lengths. 

338 Portraits of two young gentle- 

men. 

1776. 316 Devout men taking the body 

of St. Stephen; an altar- 
piece. (For St. Stephen^ 
^a/^m?^— Walpole.) 

317 Daniel interpreting to Bel- 

shazzar the writing on the 
wall. 

318 Hagar and Ishmael. 

319 Isaac's servant tying the brace- 

let on Rebecca's arm. 

320 Rinaldo and Armida. 

321 A domestic scene. 

1777. 362 Her Majesty with the Princess 

Royal. (Bad and too old for 
the (p*^^.— Walpole.) 

363 Portraits of six of the Royal 

Children. — (Bad and with- 
out grace. — Walpole.) 

364 Fidelia and Spiranza; from 

Spencer's Fairy Queen. 

365 St. Michael the Archangel; an 

altar-piece for Trinity Chapel, 
Cambridge. 

366 Lazarus. Jesus saith unto 

themy Loose him^ and let him 
go; a study for a large pic- 
ture to be painted for the 
cathedral church of Win- 
chester. 

367 A small picture of a family. 

(Himself wife, and Quakers, 
her relatives. — Walpole.) 

1778. 330 Portraits of their Royal High- 

nesses the Prince of Wales 
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West, Benjamin, P,R,A, — continued, 
1773. 331 William de Albanac presents 
his three daughters (naked) 
to Alfred the third King of 
Mercia, with the following 
words, "Here be my three 
daughters, chuse to wife 
which you list; but, rather 
than you should have one of 
them to your concubine, I 
would slay her with my own 
\idiX\d:'—Leland's liin., Vol. 
VIII, p. 58. 

33» Portrait of a lady; half length. 
1 779* S4« Alfred the Great divides his 
loaf with a pilgrim. 

341 St Peter, accused by the dam- 
sel, denies our Saviour. 

343 Prince William and Princess 

Sophia, children of their 
Royal Highnesses the Duke 
and Dutchess of Gloucester. 

344 A gentleman and lady, painted 

in commemoration of their 
marriage. 

1780. 7 Portraits of their Royal High- 

nesses Prince William Henry 
and Prince Edward. 
17 Portraits of their Royal High- 
nesses Prince Adolphus, 
Princess Mary, and Princess 
Sophia. 

58 The battle of the Boyne. 

59 .^gistus, raising the veil, dis- 

covers the body of Clytem- 
nestra. — Franklin's Sopho- 
cles. 
73 The destruction of the French 
fleet at La Hogue, 1692. 

116 Portrait of His Majesty, two 
general officers on horse- 
back and the royal navy in 
the background. 

123 The raising of Lazarus; an 
altarpiece for the Cathedral 
of Winchester. 

130 Portrait of Her Majesty, and 
the royal family in the back- 
ground. 

322 The mother of the Gracchi dis- 
plays her children as her 
only jewels; a design for a 
fan. 

1 78 1. 80 An historical picture, represent- 

ing the sick, possessed, etc., 
brought to our Saviour to be 
healed; painted for his 
Majesty's chapel in Windsor 
Castle. 
166 Paetus and Arria. 



1782. 93 His Royal Highness Prince 

Octavius. 
97 His Royal Highness Prince 

Augustus Frederick. 
144 The ascension of Our Saviour; 

painted for his Majesty's 

chapel at Windsor. 

1783. 16 Design for the east window of 

St George's chapel, Wind- 
sor: in the centre, the resur- 
rection; on the right hand, 
St. Peter and St. John; on 
the left, the three Marys. 

62 Oliver Cromwell ordering the 
mace to be taken away when 
he expelled the long parlia- 
ment. 

73 Portrait of His Majesty. 

91 General Monk receiving King 
Charles II on the beach at 
Dover. 

441 Drawing of the window in St. 

George's chapel, Windsor. 
The figures by Mr. West, the 
architecture by Mr. Carter. 

1784. 81 The apotheosis of Prince Alfred 

and Prince Octavius. 

121 The call of the prophet Isaiah; 
for his Majesty's chapel in 
Windsor. 

126 Moses receiving the law on 
Mount Sinai; painted for 
His Majesty's chapel in 
Windsor Castle. 

135 The call of the prophet Jere- 
miah. For his Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

402 Alexander III of Scotland saved 
from the fury of a stag by 
Colin Fitzgerald. 

435 Moses striking the rock; a de- 
sign for His Majesty's chapel 
in Windsor Castle. 

437 The last supper; a design for a 
picture for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

442 The triumph of Death, from 

the Revelation; a design 
for a picture for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

1785. 31 Landscape representing the 

country near Windsor. 
153 St Peter^s first sermon after 

being filled with the Holy 

Ghost; painted for His 

Majesty's chapel, Windsor 

Castle. 
219 The Lord's Supper; painted 

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1786. 20 The Resurrection of Our 

Saviour. 
14S Alexander the third, King of 
Scotland, rescued from the 
fury of a stag by the intre- 
pidity of Colin Fitzgerald, 
the ancestor of the present 
Mackenzie family. 

1787. 19 The original institution of the 

most noble order of the 
garter by Edward II Id; a 
finished sketch. 
88 St. Paul shaking the viper from 
his hand after the shipwreck ; 
a finished sketch to paint a 
picture from, for the New 
chapel in Greenwich Hos- 
pital 

1788. 89 Queen Philippa soliciting her 

husband, Edward the third, 
to save the lives of the brave 
burghers of Calais. 

1789. 88 King Lear. {Finished sketch for 

Gallery of Shakespear, ) 

1790. 36 Moses showing the brazen ser- 

pent to the Israelites; painted 
for His Majesty's chapel, 
Windsor Castle. 

no A sketch: Genius calling forth 
Arts and Sciences; part of a 
design in the Queen's Lodge, 
Windsor, intended to show 
the utility they are of to this, 
as a commercial nation. 

Ill The Angel announcing our 
Saviou?s birth; a design for 
a window in the collegiate 
church, Windsor. 

117 A sketch, Agriculture; part of 
a design in the Queen's 
Lodge, Windsor. 

1 79 1. 135 The resurrection of Lazarus; 

a finished sketch. 

147 The Expulsion of Adam and 
Eve from Paradise; for His 
Majesty's chapel, Windsor 
Castle. 

167 British manufactory; a sketch. 

169 The abating of the waters after 
the Deluge; for His Ma- 
jesty's chapel, Windsor 
Castle. 

189 British commerce; a sketch. 

426 The conversion of St. Paul; a 
finished sketch, a design for 
the painted window in St. 
Paul's church, Birmingham. 

504 Thedestruction of the Assyrians 
by the destroying Angel. 
(Elected P.R.A.) 



1792. 8 The first ceremony, when Ed- 

ward the Third, with the 
original Knights, instituted 
the most noble order of the 
Garter; painted for the 
Audience Chamber in Wind- 
sor Castle. 
66 Edward I lid passing the river 
Soame ; painted for the Audi- 
ence Chamber in Windsor 
Castle. 

124 The triumph of Moses over 
Pharaoh and his host. — 
Exod,^ chap. 14, ver. 27. 
Painted for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

319 Aaron stopping the plague; a 
sketch. 

401 The three women at the 
sepulchre. 

421 Christ shewing a little child. 
" Of such is the Kingdom of 
Heaven." A finished sketch. 

1793. 16 King Edward III embracing 

his son, Edward the Black 
Prince, after the battle of 
Cressy. Painted for His 
Majesty's Audience Cham- 
ber in Windsor Castle. 

47 The nativity of our Saviour; the 
design for a window in the 
collegiate church, Windsor. 

74 Philippa, Queen Consort to 
Edward III, at the battle of 
Nevill's Cross, near Durham 
where David, King of Scot- 
land, was made prisoner. 

138 A woman selling rosemary. 

140 St Paul and Barnabas rejecting 
the Jews and receiving the 
Gentiles; for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

546 Macbeth and the witches; a 
sketch. 

1794. 8 Edward the Black Prince re- 

ceiving John, King of 
France, prisoner, after the 
battle of Poictiers. Painted 
for His Majesty's Audience 
Chamber in Windsor Castle. 

17 Cordelia making herself known 
to her father, King Lear. 

2o Queen Elizabeth going in pro- 
cession to St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral after the destruction of 
the Spanish Armada. 

23 The Grecian daughter defend- 
ing her father. 

80 Diomed and his horses stopped 
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West, Benjamin, P.R.A.-^continued. 

1794. 132 The Holy Spirit descending 

upon Christ after his Bap- 
tism at the River Jordan, 
for his Majesty's Chapel in 
Windsor Castle. 

265 A landscape. 

270 do. 

1795. 28 Lord Clive receiving from the 

Mogul the grant of the 
Duanney. 
69 Gentlemen fishing. 
74 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
77 The namingofjohn the Baptist. 
80 Harvest home. 
140 The Resurrection of Our 

Saviour. 
144 Moses consecrateth Aaron and 

his sons, their sin offering. 
160 Eponina giving bread to her 
husband in concealment. 

1 796. 1 53 Portrait of a gentleman. 
157 A harvest scene. 

171 Simeon with the infant Saviour. 

»75tNymphs bathing. 

17s Moses and Aaron before Pha- 
raoh, for His Majesty's 
Chapel, Windsor. 

189 Landscape with wood cutters. 

197 Washing of sheep. 

243 The birth of Jacob and Esau; 
a sketch, for His Majesty's 
Chapel. 

247 The opening of the four seals 
{vid€ Revelation); a sketch, 
for His Majesty's Chapel, 
Windsor. 

420 Birth of Our Saviour. 

1797. 21 The crucifixion. 

98 A drayman drinking. 

189 Portraits of two brothers. (Sons 
of ihe painter.) 

205 Portrait of a clergyman. {JRev, 
Mr. Preston.) 

242 Michael casteth out the Dragon 
and his angels. For a window 
at the new abbey, Fonthill. 

247 Cicero, with the magistrates of 
Syracuse, discovers the Tomb 
of Anchimedes; an historical 
picture. 

251 The Wise Men's offering; exe- 
cuted on glass in the Col- 
legiate Church, Windsor. 

1798. 76 A mighty Angel standeth upon 

the land and upon the sea. 
— Rev.y chap. 10. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 
87 The prophecy of 2^harias at 
the naming of John the 



Baptist. For His Majesty's 
Chapel at Windsor. 

1798. 95 The beast riseth out of the sea. 

— Rev.y chap. 13. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 

144 Portrait of Sir Thomas Strange. 

145 Cupid. 

180 Portrait of Sir John Sinclair, 

Bart. 

181 A Bacchante. 

219 The Son of Man, in the midst 
of the Seven Golden Candle- 
sticks, appearing to John 
the Evangelist, and com- 
manding him to write. For 
the new abbey at Fonthill — 
Rev. i, V. 13. 

232 The woman cloathed with the 
sun fleeth from the persecu- 
tion of the dragon. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 

267 St. Thomas k Becket. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 

551 A landscape with women and 
children. 

618 Portrait of General Kosciusko. 

622 A landscape with women and 
children. 

632 A landscape, with a hunt on 
the second ground. 

1799. 136 St. Margaret, Queen of Scot- 

land; a cartoon designed for 
a painted window in the new 
abbey at Fonthill. 

156 The bath of Venus; a poetic 
landscape. 

168 The nativity of Our Saviour; a 
cartoon designed for apainted 
window in the Collegiate 
Church, Windsor. 

170 St Thomas k Becket; a car- 
toon designed for a painted 
window in the new abbey at 
Fonthill. 

191 A frame containing the heads 
of Sir Philip Sidney; Epami- 
nondas, and the Chevalier 
Bayard. 

298 Jacob's covenant with Laban 
for Rachel. 

391 A View of Windsor from Snow 
Hill, Windsor Park. 

546 The vision of St. Anthony of 
Padua. (A sketch for a pic- 
ture to be painted for the 
abbey at Fonthill.) 

571 A head, representing Daniel in 
the lion's den. 

657 A view of Snow Hill, Windsor 
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1799. 837 Abraham and bis son Isaac 

going to sacrifice. " Behold 
the fire and the wood, but 
where is the lamb for a burnt 
offering? etc." 

1800. 63 The Apostles imprisoned. "But 

the Angel of the Lord opened 
the prison doors, etc." — Acts^ 
V, 19, 20. 
74 The Women at the sepulchre 
of Jesus Christ. " And they 
entered in, etc." — St, Luke^ 
xxiv, 3-6. 

130 Venus at her birth attired by 
the Graces. 

134 " And Jesus called a little child 
unto him and set him in the 
midst of them, etc." — Mat- 
theWy xviii, 2, 3. 

136 Adonis with his dogs conducted 
to the chase by Love. 

144 Isaac, when he first saw his 
twin sons, Esau and Jacob. 
Painted for His Majesty's 
chapel, Windsor Castle. 

251 The portrait of Lady Strange. 

335 A drawing in oil colours: IGng 
David prostrate at the altar 
he built at the threshing- 
place of Arunah. " And 
when the angel stretched out 
his hand upon Jerusalem to 
destroy it, etc." — 2nd Samuel^ 
xxiv, 16. 

672 The ruins of Tintem Abbey, 
on the banks of the river 
Wye. 

1 80 1. 80 A sketch for a painted window 

in St. Paul's church, Birm- 
ingham, representing Saul's 
miraculousconversion. "And 
Saul, yet breathing out 
threatenings, etc." — Acis^ 
chap. ix. 

134 Abraham and Isaac going to 
sacrifice. " And Isaac spake 
unto Abraham his father, 
etc." — Genesis^ xxii. 

136 Children eating cherries. 

167 A sketch for a large picture 
for His Majesty's chapel at 
Windsor, representing the 
Ascension of our Saviour. 
"And while the Apostles 
looked stedfastly towards 
heaven, etc." — Acis^ i. 

198 Mentor and Telemachus; their 
first interview with Calypso. 

243 Moses, from the top of Mount 
Pisgah, is shown the pro- 
viii. 



mised land. "And Moses 
went up, etc." — Deuteron- 
omy ^ xxxiv, I. 

1801. 295 Joshua passing the river Jordan 

with the ark of the Covenant. 
" Behold the ark of the cov- 
enant of the Lord, etc." — 
Joshua^ iii, 11. 

307 Christ healing the sick ; a draw- 
ing in oil colour for a large 
picture to be painted after, 
for the Pennsylvania hos- 
pital, in the city of Phil- 
adelphia. "And the blind 
and the lame came to him, 
etc."— 5/. Matthew, xxi. 

688 Hannah presenting Samuel to 
Eli. " And she said, O my 
Lord, as thy soul liveth, etc." 
1st Samuel^ i. 

1 802. 1 33 Orion, cast into the sea, carried 

safe to land on the back dT 
a dolphin. "He on his 
crouching back sits all at 
ease, With harp in hand, by 
which he calms the seas, 
etc:'— Ovid. 

134 Arethusa. Vide Ovid's Meta- 

morphoses, i, 5. 

135 Cupid wounded by a bee in 

the finger. " Venus thus re- 
plied and smiled, *Dry — 
Dry thy tears — for shame, 
my child!' etc." 

139 Bellisarius and the boy: Date 

Obolum Bellisario. 

140 Cupid stung by a bee, com- 

plains to his mother. "Once, 
as Cupid, tir'd with play. On 
a bed of roses lay, etc." — 
Fawkes, 

191 The Paddington passage — 
boats returning from Ux- 
bridge in the evening. 

615 Portraits of a mother and her 
daughter. 

1803. 135 Cupid sleeping on a bed of 

roses. From Anacreon. 

1804. 28 The Last Supper; the original 

sketch for the great picture 
over the communion table 
in the Collegiate Church, 
Windsor. 

30 The destruction of the beast 
and false prophet From 
Revelation^ chap, xix, ver. 
II and 20. "I saw the 
heaven opened, and behold 
a white horse, etc." 

37 Portrait of himself. 

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West, Benjamin, P,R.A, — continued, 

1804. 72 Cicero and the Magistrates of 

Syracuse ordering the tomb 
of Archimedes to be freed 
from the bushes that had 
obscured it. 
91 Tobias received by his blind 
father, whose sight was re- 
stored by the gall of a fish. 

130 Moonlight. "What beckoning 

ghost along the moonlight 
shade Invites my steps, etc." 
—Popes Ekgy, 

131 Venus lamenting the death of 

Adonis. " The death of fair 
Adonis I deplore, etc." — 
Vide Idylliums of Bion, 

192 Phaeton solicits, and obtains 
leave of his father Phoebus 
to conduct the chariot of 
the sun. " Here the spring, 
crowned with chaplets of 
flowers . . . Haste, snatch 
the reins; take my counsel, 
not my chariot, while it is 
yet in your power and you 
stand securely on the earth, 
etc." — Ovid^ Metam, 

21 1 Hagar and Ishmael. "And God 
heard the voice of the lad, 
etc." — Genesis^ xxxi, 17, 18. 

554 The death of Aaron. 

1805. 77 The deluge. "So after forty 

days, Noah opened the win- 
dow of the ark, etc" — Gene- 
sis^ viii. 
83 Mary Magdalen and the other 
Mary at the sepulchre. 
"Now on the end of the 
Sabbath, etc."— ^/. Mat- 
thew^ xxviii. 
86 The expulsion of Adam and 
Eve from Paradise. " Unto 
Adam also and to his wife 
did the Lord God make 
coats of skins, etc." — Gene- 
sis, iii. 

139 Thetis bringing armour to her 
son. "... Behold what 
arms by Vulcan are be- 
stowed. Arms worthy thee 
or fit to grace a god, etc." — 
Hornet^ s Iliad, 

145 Bellisarius and the boy. Vide 
Marmontel, 

151 Thetis brings to her son the 
armour made by Vulcan. 
" Goddess, (he cry'ed) these 
glorious arms that shine, 
eXc:'—Homef^s Iliad, 



1805. 153 The Eagle bringing the cup of 
water to Psyche. 
194 Cranford Bridge. 

1807. 175 Paul and Barnabas rejecting 
the Jews and receiving the 
Gentiles. The finished study, 
from which the large picture 
was painted for His Majesty's 
chapel at Windsor. " Then 
Paul and Barnabas waxed 
bold, and said, it was neces- 
sary that the word of God 
should first have been spoken 
to you, etc" — Acts^ xiii, 46. 
194 The sketch of a monument for 
perpetuating the memory of 
the late Lord Nelson. " His 
Majesty, on the loth of De- 
cember, 1805, having signi- 
fied his commands to the 
Royal Academy, by his Sec- 
retary of State, the Rt. Hon. 
Lord Hawkesbury, for the 
members of that body to 
consider the best mode of 
perpetuating the memory of 
Lord Nelson; in obedience 
to that command this design 
was made, composed of three 
branches of art which con- 
stitute the Academy: Paint- 
ing, being best calculated, 
by its powers of combining 
imagery, to give allegorical 
figures their full effect, and 
to form a composition ex- 
pressive of Lord Nelson's 
nautical achievements, and 
the immortality of his great- 
ness. The leading point in 
the picture represents Vic- 
tory presenting the dead 
body of the hero to Britannia, 
after the battle of Trafalgar, 
from the arms of Neptune, 
with the trident of his do- 
minions. Britannia sits in 
shaded gloom, as expressive 
of that deep regret which 
overwhelmed the United 
Kingdom at the loss of so 
distinguished a character. 
In the other parts of the 
picture are seen the con- 
comitant events of his life, 
and the sons and daughters 
of the union preparing the 
mournful sable to his me- 
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tive that the influence of 
his genius still exists. The 
sculptured part of this de- 
sign is best calculated to 
give the sepulchre its appro- 
priate character; it is a plain 
stone of considerable magni- 
tude, and of a double cube 
in form, without ornaments 
or inscription, except the 
honoured name of Nelson 
encircled with the Emblem 
of eternity. The supporters 
of this honoured stone, on 
the right, are a group of 
British seamen, as seen when 
opposed to the enemy in 
battle, inspired by the genius 
of Nelson, and ready to de- 
fend their country's cause; 
on the left, another group, 
composed of marines from 
the three nations which now 
form the United Kingdom, 
reflecting, and participating 
with their country, in the 
loss of so great a com- 
mander. Architecture, ever 
denoting civilization, has 
inscribed on its frieze the 
honours which Parliament 
decreed to the family of 
Nelson; over which is the 
tablet containing the number 
of battles he had been in, 
and terminated by his crest, 
surrounding which are the 
insignia of Victory and Vir- 
tue, and the spoils of the 
vanquished enemy, with the 
hulks of the San Josef and 
San Nicholas, which Nelson 
boarded and captured. The 
columns rising from the base, 
on which are prows of British 
men-of-war, are figurative of 
that glorious immortality 
which the general design of 
this sketch of a monument 
exhibits. The model for the 
monument, which is to be 
executed for perpetuating 
the memory of Lord Nelson, 
having been decided on by 
the Committee of Taste, 
Mr. West, after making this 
design, painted this picture, 
to accompany his other 
works on the subject of 
Lord Nelson's victories." 



1807. 217 The Immortality of Nelson. 

Vide No. 194. 

1808. 63 Iris communicating to King 

Priam Jove's commands, that 
he should go in person to 
solicit from Achilles the 
dead body of his son Hector. 
"Then down her bow the 
winged Iris drives, etc." — 
Pope's Hornet^ s Iliad. 

73 Thetis presenting the armour 
made by Vulcan to her son 
Achilles. 

1 17 The resurrection of our Saviour ; 
a sketch. 

119 The death of Lord Nelson in 
the cockpit of the ship Vic- 
tory. 

174 The harmony of Affection. 

389 A View of the Rocks at Bristol 
Wells, with the ceremony of 
conducting down the river 
Avon the Man of War pre- 
sented by the City of Bristol 
to Government. 

416 A View of the City of Bath, as 
seen from the high grounds 
eastward of Prior Park House. 

431 Prince Bladud, eldest son of 
Lud Hudibras, King of 
Britain; he first discovered 
the medicinal virtues of the 
Bath springs by observing 
the salutary effect those 
waters produced on swine. 

441 A View within Prior Park, near 
the city of Bath. 

459 A View on the river Avon 
above the city of Bath. 

59* The Citizens of London pre- 
senting the crown to Wil- 
liam ; a sketch. 

593 The intercession of the Queen 
Mother with Richard the 
First to pardon his brother 
John; a sketch. 

1809. 68 Milton's Messiah, from the sixth 

book of Paradise Lost. "Full 

soon among them he arrived, 

etc." 
119 The Bard, from Gray's Pindaric 

ode. "On a rock whose 

haughty brow, etc." 
502 Narcissus in love with his own 

image, which he sees in the 

fountain. 

1 8 10. 92 Christ teacheth to be humble. 

"And Jesus called a little 
child unto him, etc," — Mat- 
thew^ xviii, 2-5. 



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West, Benjamin, F.R.A.— continued. 
1811. 63 Omnia Vincit Amor, or the 
Power of Love in the Three 
Elements. 

116 The Death of Lord Nelson, or 
the Naval Victory off Trafal- 
gar; being one of the most 
distinguished that ever oc- 
curred in the annals of 
Great Britain for heroism 
and national importance. 
Mr. West, conceiving that 
such an event demanded a 
composition every way ap- 
propriate to its dignity and 
high importance, formed it 
into an Epic Composition. 
This enabled him to give it 
that character and interest 
which the subject demanded. 
Availing himself of that char- 
acter in composition, he 
laid the heroic Nelson 
wounded on the quarter- 
deck of his ship. The Vic- 
tory, with his captain (now 
Sir Thomas Hardy), holding 
the dying Hero by the hand, 
and from a paper in the 
other, announcing to him 
the number of ships taken 
from the enemy's Combined 
Fleet. The surrounding 
groups of gallant officers and 
men are sympathizing with 
each other in the sufferings 
of their wounded Friend 
and expiring Commander; 
and the dead and wounded 
in the several groups are in- 
troduced as episodes, to 
commemorate those with 
honour, who fell on board 
the Hero's ship in that dis- 
tinguished action. The ships 
in the distance display the 
flags and signals of the other 
triumphant British Admirals, 
as well as those of the van- 
quished enemy, which are 
marked with all the wrack 
of battle, and that defeat 
which took place on the 
2 1 St of October, 1805. 

188 Lot and his daughters con- 
ducted by two angels. " And 
when the morning arose, then 
the angels hastened Lot, 
etc. — Genesis, xix, 15-26. 
181 2. 58 Portrait of J. E. Wilmot, Esq., 



one of the Commissioners 
who adjusted the claims of 
the American loyalists. 

1812. 162 Historical landscape; Saul be- 

fore Samuel and the Pro- 
phets. "And Saul went 
thither to Naioth in Ramah: 
and the Spirit of God was 
upon him also, and he went 
on, and prophesied, etc" — 
1st Samuel, xix, 23, 24. 

18 13. 76 Moses and Aaron before Pha- 

raoh, King of Egypt. "And 
Moses stretched forth his 
hand toward heaven, etc." — 
Exodus, X, 22. 

1814. 16 Cupid stung by abee, complains 

to his mother. — Anacreon. 
103 The late Duke of Portland as 
Chancellor of the University 
of Oxford. 

1815. no The original sketch for the 

great picture of Christ re- 
jected. " He is brought as 
a lamb to the slaughter, etc." 
— Isaiah, liii, 7. 

(TTiis is the first time 
B. West, P.R.A., is printed 
in the catalogue, it was R.A. 
before,) 

18 1 6. 64 Europa. 

181 7. 129 The birth of Esau and Jacob. 

Genesis, xxv. 

142 The naming of John. "And it 

came to pass, that on the 
eighth day . . . they called 
him Zacharias, afterthe name 
of his father, but his mother 
answered and said not so, 
but he shall be called John." 
— St Luke, i, 59, 60. 

143 Abraham and his son Isaac 

going to sacrifice. " And 
Abraham rose up early in 
the morning and saddled his 
ass, etc" — Genesis, xxii, 3-8. 

1818. 36 The nativity of our Saviour. 

" And the angel of the Lord 
said unto the shepherds, 
Fear not, etc."— 5/. Luke, ii. 

106 The Great Mogul presendng 
to the late Lord Clive the 
Grant of the Uewannee for 
the India Company. 

HI Sleeping Cupid. 

114 The Women at the Sepulchre, 
"And as it began to dawn 
towards the firstday of the 
wedk, tXicy—?''^ 
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1 8 19. Ill The Resurrection of our 

Saviour; a sketch. 
157 The stolen Kiss. VideGuarinPs 

Pastor FidOy act ii, scene i. 
337 Caesar reading the History of 

Alexander's exploits. 
345 Alexander's confidence in his 

physician Philip. 

WEST, Benjamin, Junr Painter. 

Newman Street. 
I79I' 555 A drawing. 

WEST, Miss Blanche C Painter. 

37, The Lawn^ South Lambeth. 
1882. 623 A daughter of Granada. 

WEST, C Painter. 

Portsea, Hants, 
1 82 1. 762 Portrait of a gentleman. 

WEST, Charles Painter. 

45, St. John Street. 
1787. 423 Landscape, with the Egyptians 
finding the cup in Benjamin's 
sack. 

WEST, Charles W Painter. 

18, Fitzroy Street. 
1882. 452 Alice. 

WEST, Colonel Painter. 

Captain West. 
1773* 381 A sea port. | 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) | 

Lieut. 'Colonel West. \ 
1 7 75- 385 A View of Ham Walks and t 
Petersham woods from the j 
opposite banks of the 
Thames. 



1893. 550 Near the sea, Morayshire. 
1094 Morayshire coast. 

1894. 917 Under the cliff. 

Lossiemouth^ Morayshire. 
1902. 10 1 9 Fisherwomen bringing home 
firewood. 

WEST, Miss Edith de Lancy. 

Sculptor. 
1877. 1521 Mrs. Edward Gruning; terra- 
cotta. 

WEST, E. E Painter. 

Sydney House ^ Bedford Park. 
1 88 1. 639 Norway— in the Wettie Giel. 

WEST, Francis Robert Painter. 

— West, t^t^, Charles Street, 

Westminster. 
1790. 142 Portrait of an artist. (JC Jen- 
nings.) 
153 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
{Master Chalmers^ 

WEST, H. T Painter. 

33, Percy Street, 

Bedford Square. 

183 1. 612 Cottage, Bray churchyard, 

Berkshire. 

617 St. Saviour's church, Southwark, 

as seen in 1829. 

618 Montague Close, St. Saviour's. 

1832. 484 Near Putney. 

515 Barnes Common. 

1833. 603 Part of Farleigh Castle, Somer- 

setshire. 
890 Baptist Mill, near Bristol. 

9, Holland Street. 
i83S' 53^ Bridge on the Surrey Canal. 
1836. 595 Old Kingston Bridge. 



1776. 358 A view of the Citadel of Palais 

in the island of Belleisle, WEST, J Miniature Painter. 

after its reduction by his 23» Beaumont Street, 

Majesty's troops in the year Portland Place. 

1761. 1856. 975 The Hon. Mrs. Norton. 

1777. 408 An evening view. ! 

WEST, James. 



WEST, David Painter. 

40, Osborne Place, Aberdeen. 

1890. 1247 On the banks of the Lossie, 
Morayshire. 

42^ Harlington Road, 

Aberdeen. 

1 89 1 . 1 2 07 Th e M uckle water, Morayshire. 
1319 A marsh, Morayshire. 

Diithrie Terrace, Aberdeen. 

1892. 109a Tail of the Bents, near Lossie- 
mouth. 

1193 Evening quietude. 




Stained Glass Painter. 
S, Fenchurch Street. 
1883. 1 1 74 Study for a church window. 

WEST, Joseph Walter Painter. 

Easton, Greenhill, Harrow. 
1885. 1024 Repulse of the enemy. 

5, West Hampstead Studios. 

1889. 798 Workers and players. 

1890. 431 Little Gipsies. 
741 Convalescence. 

1309 A cab stand. 



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WBSLAKE, Miss Mary Painter. 

32, King Street^ Southwark, 

1866. 243 A Waterloo veteran. "He 

fights his battles o'er again." 

WBSSELL, G. G Sculptor. 

10, UttU Tiichfield Street, 

Portland Chapel. 

1 78 1. 474 A figure of Argos; in terra- 

cotta. 

1782. 356 Portrait model in wax. 

1783. 283 do. of a foreign noble- 

man; in wax. 

351 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

wax. 

352 do. do. 

354 Portrait of a French nobleman; 
in wax. 

1784. 238 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

wax. 
242 do. do. 

246 Portrait of a lady; in wax. 

1785. 365 do. gentleman; a 

model in wax. 
8, Upper MaryUbone Street, 

Middlesex Hospital, 
1787. 657 Portrait of Mr. Lunardie; 
bust. 

WESSON, Arthur N Architect. 

7, Priestwood Mansions, 

Highgate. 
1902. 1432 Design for a Dining-room. 

WEST. See Williams, West and 
Slade. 



WEST, Alexander Painter. 

8, Old Exchange Buildings, 

Manchester. 
1884. 807 Ponte Tragara, Italy; winter 
in the sunny south. 

WEST, Alice Painter. 

213, High Street, Poplar. 
1853. 222 Fruit and flowers. 

WEST, Miss Alice L Painter. 

23, Priory Road, 

Bedford Park. 

1891. 1186 "Who dares?" 

1892. 1070 "Catch it!" 

1177 A delicate morsel. 
10, Sautf^ld Road, 

Tunbridge Wells. 
1904. 1072 Orphans. 



WEST, Benjamin, P.R.A. ... Painter. 

Panton Square. 

1 769. 120 The departure of Regulus from 

Rome. 
121 Venus lamenting the death of 
Adonis. 

1770. 197 Leonidas and Cleombratus. 

{Solemn and good, tho* hard 
and heavy. — Walpole.) 
198 A portrait of a mother and 
child. (His own wife and 
child, the woman fine, the 
child poor, and its hand 
wretched. The Earl of Buck- 
ingham has one of these. — 
Walpole.) 

1 77 1. 209 Hannibal brought, when nine 

years old, by his father, 
Hamilchar, to the altar of 
Jupiter, where he swears 
etemal enmity to the Ro- 
mans. {Very bricfy colouring 
and the Amilcar very ill 
drawn. — Walpole.) 

210 The death of General Wolfe, 

{Fine picture, thd there is too 
little concern in many of the 
principal figures, and the 
granadier on the right too 
tall— Walpole.) 

{Lord Grosvenor gave 
jQ^oofor this. — Walpole.) 

211 The compassion of Pharaoh's 

daughter for the infant 
Moses. 
112 Hector takingleave of Androm- 
ache. 

213 The continence of Scipio; its 

companion. 

214 The death of Procris. 

215 The prodigal son received by 

his father. (^<j//.— Walpole.) 

216 Tobias curing his father's 

blindness; its companion. 
( Thefathet^s head ridiculous. 
—Walpole.) 

217 A mother and child. 

1772. 270 William Penn's treaty with the 

Indians, when he founded 
the province of Pensylvania 
in North America. {This 
picture, which contains many 
figt4res, was painted in three 
weeks, has good drawing and 
great merit. The contrast of 
simplicity between the 
Quakers and Indians has 
great effect. The colouring, 
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brickishy and void of clear- 
ness. — Walpole.) 

(The best of his works in 
the Exhibition.— Walpole.) 
1772. 271 Simeon, with the child Jesus 
in his arms. 

272 Juno receiving the cestus from 

Venus. {The head of Juno 
has dignity^ and that of 
Venus grace^ but too many 
straight lines like the fore- 
going. If is first manner was 
in changeable colours like 
Baroccio. — Walpole.) 

273 Its Companion. The death of 

Hyacinthus. 

274 Una. From Spencer's Fairy 

Queen, Book I, Canto 3, 
Verses 4 and 5. 
1773- 303 Agrippina, surrounded by her 
children, weeping over the 
ashes of Germannicus. — 
{Her head fine.— WzlpoXe,) 

304 The death of Epaminondas. 

305 do. the Chevalier 
Bayard. {Too slight.— WaX- 
pole.) 

306 The first interview of Tele- 

machus with Calypso. — {All 
good but the trees. — Wal- 
pole.) 

307 The prodigal son received by 

his father. 

308 Chryses, priest of Apollo, in- 

voking his god to revenge 
the injuries done him by 
Agamemnon. — {Hard and 
heavy. — Walpole.) 

309 The cave of Despair. From 

Spencer's Fairy Queen. — 
(C>«/r^.— Walpole.) 

310 A whole length of a gentleman 

with a New Zealand mantle 
round him. — (Mr. Banks^ 
good. — Walpole.) 
A Holy Family, in imitation of 
Corregio's manner. — {Well. 
— Walpole.) 
Portrait of a gentleman in the 
character of a Roman tri- 
bune. {Alderman Saw- 
bridge.) — {Mr. Sawbridge^ 
hard and heavy. — Walpole.) 
1774. 310 The angels appearing to the 
shepherds; for the altar of 
a cathedral. — ( The angel fine 
colourings better than his 
usual. — Walpole.) 

311 Devout men taking the body 

of St Stephen; a design 



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for a picture to be painted 
for the altar of the church 
of St. Stephen Wallbrook. 

1774. 312 Moses receiving the tables; a 
design for a picture, intended 
to have been painted for St. 
Paul's Cathedral 

14, Newman Street, 

1775* 332 Mark Anthony shewing the 
robe and the will of Julius 
Caesar to the people of 
Rome. 

333 Erasitratus, the physician, dis- 

covers the love of Anti- 
ochus for Stratonice. 

334 The Prophet Elijah restoring 

to life the widow's son. 

335 Cupid, stung by a bee, is 

cherished by bis Mother. 

336 Nathan and David. "Thou art 

the man." 

337 Portrait of a nobleman and his 

brother; whole lengths. 

338 Portraits of two young gentle- 

men. 

1776. 316 Devout men taking the body 

of St. Stephen; an altar- 
piece. {For St. Stephen, 
^a/^m?^— Walpole.) 

317 Daniel interpreting to Bel- 

shazzar the writing on the 
wall. 

318 Hagar and Ishmael. 

319 Isaac's servant tying the brace- 

let on Rebecca's arm. 

320 Rinaldo and Armida. 

321 A domestic scene. 

1777. 362 Her Majesty with the Princess 

Royal. {Bad and too old for 
the C*^^^.— Walpole.) 

363 Portraits of six of the Royal 

Children. — {Bad and with- 
out grace. — ^Walpole.) 

364 Fidelia and Spiranza; from 

Spencer's Fairy Queen. 

365 St. Michael the Archangel; an 

altar-piece for Trinity Chapel, 
Cambridge. 

366 Lazarus. Jesus saith unto 

them. Loose him, and let him 
go; a study for a large pic- 
ture to be painted for the 
cathedral church of Win- 
chester. 

367 A small picture of a family. 

{Himself wife, and Quakers, 
her relatives. — Walpole.) 

1778. 330 Portraits of their Royal High- 

nesses the Prince of Wales 
and Prince Frederick. 



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West, Benjamin, P,R,A, — continued, 
1778. J3« William de Albanac presents 
his three daughters (naked) 
to Alfred the third King of 
Mercia, with the following 
words, "Here be my three 
daughters, chuse to wife 
which you list; but, rather 
than you should have one of 
them to your concubine, I 
would slay her with my own 
h^x\dr—Leland's Itin,, Vol. 
VIII, p. 58. 

33» Portrait of a lady; half length. 
1779* S4« Alfred the Great divides his 
loaf with a pilgrim. 

341 St Peter, accused by the dam- 
sel, denies our Saviour. 

343 Prince William and Princess 

Sophia, children of their 
Royal Highnesses the Duke 
and Dutchess of Gloucester. 

344 A gentleman and lady, painted 

in commemoration of their 
marriage. 

1780. 7 Portraits of their Royal High- 

nesses Prince William Henry 
and Prince Edward. 
17 Portraits of their Royal High- 
nesses Prince Adolphus, 
Princess Mary, and Princess 
Sophia. 

58 The battle of the Boyne. 

59 ^gistus, raising the veil, dis- 

covers the body of Clytem- 
nestra. — Franklin's Sopho- 
cles. 
73 The destruction of the French 
fleet at La Hogue, 1692. 

116 Portrait of His Majesty, two 
general officers on horse- 
back and the royal navy in 
the background. 

123 The raising of Lazarus; an 
altarpiece for the Cathedral 
of Winchester. 

130 Portrait of Her Majesty, and 
the royal family in the back- 
ground. 

321 The mother of the Gracchi dis- 
plays her children as her 
only jewels; a design for a 
fan. 

1 78 1. 80 An historical picture, represent- 

ing the sick, possessed, etc., 
brought to our Saviour to be 
healed; painted for his 
Majesty's chapel in Windsor 
Castle. 
166 Paetus and Arria. 



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1782. 93 His Royal Highness Prince 

Octavius. 
97 His Royal Highness Prince 

Augustus Frederick. 
144 The ascension of Our Saviour; 
painted for his Majesty's 
chapel at Windsor. 

1783. 16 Design for the east window of 

St George's chapel, Wind- 
sor: in the centre, the resur- 
rection; on the right hand, 
St. Peter and St. John; on 
the left, the three Marys. 

Oliver Cromwell ordering the 
mace to be taken away when 
he expelled the long parlia- 
ment. 

Portrait of His Majesty. 

General Monk receiving King 
Charles II on the beach at 
Dover. 

Drawing of the window in St. 
George's chapel, Windsor. 
The figures by Mr. West, the 
architecture by Mr. Carter. 

The apotheosis of Prince Alfred 
and Prince Octavius. 

The call of the prophet Isaiah; 
for his Majesty's chapel in 
Windsor. 

Moses receiving the law on 
Mount Sinai; painted for 
His Majesty's chapel in 
Windsor Castle. 

The call of the prophet Jere- 
miah. For his Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

Alexander III of Scotland saved 
from the fury of a stag by 
Colin Fitzgerald. 
435 Moses striking the rock; a de- 
sign for His Majesty's chapel 
in Windsor Castle. 
437 The last supper; a design for a 
picture for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 
442 The triumph of Death, from 
the Revelation; a design 
for a picture for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 
1785. 31 Landscape representing the 
country near Windsor. 
153 St Peter^s first sermon after 
being filled with the Holy 
Ghost; painted for His 
Majesty's chapel, Windsor 
Castle. 
219 The Lord's Supper; painted 
for His Majesty's chapel in 
Windsor Castle. 



1784. 81 



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1786. 10 The Resurrection of Our 

Saviour. 
148 Alexander the third, King of 
Scotland, rescued from the 
fury of a stag by the intre- 
pidity of Colin Fitzgerald, 
the ancestor of the present 
Mackenzie family. 

1787. 19 The original institution of the 

most noble order of the 
garter by Edward 1 1 Id; a 
finished sketch. 
88 St. Paul shaking the viper from 
his hand after the shipwreck; 
a finished sketch to paint a 
picture from, for the New 
chapel in Greenwich Hos- 
pital. 

1788. 89 Queen Philippa soliciting her 

husband, Edward the third, 
to save the lives of the brave 
burghers of Calais. 

1789. 88 King Lear. {Finished sketch for 

Gallery of Shahespear,) 

1790. 36 Moses showing the brazen ser- 

pent to the Israelites; painted 
for His Majesty's chapel, 
Windsor Castle. 

no A sketch: Genius calling forth 
Arts and Sciences; part of a 
design in the Queen's Lodge, 
Windsor, intended to show 
the utility they are of to this, 
as a commercial nation. 

Ill The Angel announcing our 
Saviour's birth; a design for 
a window in the collegiate 
church, Windsor. 

117 A sketch. Agriculture; part of 
a design in the Queen's 
Lodge, Windsor. 

1791. 135 The resurrection of Lazarus; 

a finished sketch. 

147 The Expulsion of Adam and 
Eve from Paradise; for His 
Majesty's chapel, Windsor 
Castle. 

167 British manufactory; a sketch. 

169 The abating of the waters after 
the Deluge; for His Ma- 
jesty's chapel, Windsor 
Castle. 

189 British commerce; a sketch. 

426 The conversion of St. Paul; a 
finished sketch, a design for 
the painted window in St. 
Paul's church, Birmingham. 

504 The destruction of the Assyrians 
by the destroying AngeL 
(Elected P.R.A.) 



1792. 8 The first ceremony, when Ed- 

ward the Third, with the 
original Knights, instituted 
the most noble order of the 
Garter; painted for the 
Audience Chamber in Wind- 
sor Castle. 
66 Edward Illd passing the river 
Soame ; painted for the Audi- 
ence Chamber in Windsor 
Castle. 

1*4 The triumph of Moses over 
Pharaoh and his host. — 
Exod.^ chap. 14, ver. 27. 
Painted for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

319 Aaron stopping the plague; a 
sketch. 

401 The three women at the 
sepulchre. 

421 Christ shewing a little child. 
*' Of such is the Kingdom of 
Heaven." A finished sketch. 

1793. '^ ^i"g Edward III embracing 

his son, Edward the Black 
Prince, after the battle of 
Cressy. Painted for His 
Majesty's Audience Cham- 
ber in Windsor Castle. 

47 The nativity of our Saviour; the 
design for a window in the 
collegiate church, Windsor. 

74 Philippa, Queen Consort to 
Edward III, at the battle of 
Nevill's Cross, near Durham 
where David, King of Scot- 
land, was made prisoner. 

138 A woman selling rosemary. 

140 St Paul and Barnabas rejecting 
the Jews and receiving the 
Gentiles; for His Majesty's 
chapel in Windsor Castle. 

$46 Macbeth and the witches; a 
sketch. 

1794. 8 Edward the Black Prince re- 

ceiving John, King of 
France, prisoner, after the 
battle of Poictiers. Painted 
for His Majesty's Audience 
Chamber in Windsor Castle. 

17 Cordelia making herself known 
to her father. King Lear. 

20 Queen Elizabeth going in pro- 
cession to St Paul's Cathe- 
dral after the destruction of 
the Spanish Armada. 

13 The Grecian daughter defend- 
ing her father. 

80 Diomed and his horses stopped 
by the lightening of Jupiter. 



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West, Benjamin, P.R.A. — continued. 

1794. i3» The Holy Spirit descending 

upon Christ after his Bap- 
tism at the River Jordan, 
for his Majesty's Chapel in 
Windsor Castle. 

265 A landscape. 

270 do. 

1795. ** l^rA Clive receiving from the 

Mogul the grant of the 
Duanney. 
69 Gentlemen fishing. 
74 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
77 The nammgofjohn the Baptist. 
80 Harvest home. 
140 The Resurrection of Our 

Saviour. 
144 Moses consecrateth Aaron and 

his sons, their sin offering. 
160 Eponina giving bread to her 
husband in concealment. 

1 796. 1 53 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1 57 A harvest scene. 

171 Simeon with the infant Saviour. 

"75tNymphs bathing. 

175 Moses and Aaron before Pha- 
raoh, for His Majesty's 
Chapel, Windsor, 

189 Landscape with wood cutters. 

197 Washing of sheep. 

243 The birth of Jacob and Esau; 
a sketch, for His Majesty's 
Chapel. 

247 The opening of the four seals 
{vide Revelation); a sketch, 
for His Majesty's Chapel, 
Windsor. 

420 Birth of Our Saviour. 

1797. 21 The crucifixion. 

98 A drayman drinking. 

189 Portraits of two broUiers. {Sons 
of the painter.) 

205 Portrait of a clergyman. {Rev. 
Mr. Preston.) 

242 Michael casteth out the Dragon 
and his angels. For a window 
at the new abbey, Fonthill. 

247 Cicero, with the magistrates of 
Syracuse, discovers the Tomb 
of Anchimedes; an historical 
picture. 

251 The Wise Men's offering; exe- 
cuted on glass in the Col- 
legiate Church, Windsor. 

1798. 76 A mighty Angel standeth upon 

the land and upon the sea. 
— Rev.y chap. 10. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 
87 The prophecy of Zacharias at 
the naming of John the 



1798. 9$ 



144 
145 
180 

181 
219 



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*67 

55» 
618 

622 

632 
1799. 136 

156 
168 

170 

191 

298 

39» 
546 

571 
657 



Baptist For His Majesty's 
Chapel at Windsor. 

The beast riseth out of the sea. 
— Rev.<t chap. 13. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill 

Portrait of Sir Thomas Strange. 

Cupid. 

Portrait of Sir John Sinclair, 
Bart. 

A Bacchante. 

The Son of Man, in the midst 
of the Seven Golden Candle- 
sticks, appearing to John 
the Evangelist, and com- 
manding him to write. For 
the new abbey at Fonthill — 
Rev. i, V. 13. 

The woman cloathed with the 
sun fleeth from the persecu- 
tion of the dragon. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 

St. Thomas li Becket. For the 
new abbey at Fonthill. 

A landscape with women and 
children. 

Portrait of General Kosciusko. 

A landscape with women and 
children. 

A landscape, with a hunt on 
the second ground. 

St. Margaret, Queen of Scot- 
land; a cartoon designed for 
a painted window in the new 
abbey at Fonthill. 

The bath of Venus; a poetic 
landscape. 

The nativity of Our Saviour; a 
cartoon designed for apainted 
window in the Collegiate 
Church, Windsor. 

St Thomas k Becket; a car- 
toon designed for a painted 
window in the new abbey at 
Fonthill 

A frame containing the heads 
of Sir Philip Sidney, Epami- 
nondas, and the Chevalier 
Bayard. 

Jacob's covenant with Laban 
for Rachel. 

A View of Windsor from Snow 
Hill, Windsor Park. 

The vision of St. Anthony of 
Padua. (A sketch for a pic- 
ture to be painted for the 
abbey at Fonthill.) 

A head, representing Daniel in 
the lion's den. 

A view of Snow Hill, Windsor 
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1799. 337 Abraham and his son Isaac 

going to sacrifice. " Behold 
the fire and the wood, but 
where is the lamb for a burnt 
offering? etc." 

1 800. 63 The Apostles imprisoned. " But 

the Angel of the Lord opened 
theprison doors, etc." — Acts^ 
V, 19, 20. 
74 The Women at the sepulchre 
of Jesus Christ. " And they 
entered in, etc." — St, Luke^ 
xxiv, 3-6. 

130 Venus at her birth attired by 
the Graces. 

134 " And Jesus called a little child 
unto him and set him in the 
midst of them, etc." — Mat- 
thew^ xviii, 2, 3. 

136 Adonis with hisdogs conducted 
to the chase by Love. 

144 Isaac, when he first saw his 
twin sons, Esau and Jacob. 
Painted for His Majesty's 
chapel, Windsor Castle. 

251 The portrait of Lady Strange. 

335 A drawing in oil colours: King 
David prostrate at the altar 
he built at the threshing- 
place of Arunah. " And 
when the angel stretched out 
his hand upon Jerusalem to 
destroy it, etc." — tndSamud^ 
xxiv, 16. 

672 The ruins of Tintern Abbey, 
on the banks of the river 
Wye. 

1 80 1. 80 A sketch for a painted window 

in St. Paul's church, Birm- 
ingham, representing SauPs 
miraculousconversion. "And 
Saul, yet breathing out 
threatenings, etc." — Acts^ 
chap. ix. 

134 Abraham and Isaac going to 
sacrifice. " And Isaac spake 
unto Abraham his father, 
etc." — Genesis^ xxii. 

136 Children eating cherries. 

167 A sketch for a large picture 
for His Majesty's chapel at 
Windsor, representing the 
Ascension of our Saviour. 
"And while the Apostles 
looked stedfastly towards 
heaven, etc." — Acts^ 1. 

198 Mentor and Telemachus; their 
first interview with Calypso. 

243 Moses, from the top of Mount 
Pisgah, is shown the pro- 
viii. 



mised land. "And Moses 
went up, etc." — Deuteron- 
omy^ xxxiv, I. 

1801. 295 Joshua passing the river Jordan 

with the ark of the Covenant. 
" Behold the ark of the cov- 
enant of the Lord, etc." — 
Joshua^ iii, 11. 

307 Christ healing the sick; a draw- 
ing in oil colour for a large 
picture to be painted after, 
for the Pennsylvania hos- 
pital, in the city of Phil- 
adelphia. "And the blind 
and the lame came to him, 
etc." — St, Matthew^ xxi. 

688 Hannah presenting Samuel to 
Eli. " And she said, O my 
Lord, as thy soul liveth, etc." 
1st Samuel, i. 

1802. 133 Orion, cast into the sea, carried 

safe to land on the back (JF 
a dolphin. "He on his 
crouching back sits all at 
ease. With harp in hand, by 
which he calms the seas, 
^ic.'*— Ovid. 

134 Arethusa. Vide Ovid's Meta- 

morphoses, i, 5. 

135 Cupid wounded by a bee in 

the finger. " Venus thus re- 
plied and smiled, *Dry — 
Dry thy tears — for shame, 
my child!' etc." 

139 Bellisarius and the boy: Date 

Obolum BelHsario. 

140 Cupid stung by a bee, com- 

plains to his mother. "Once, 
as Cupid, tir'd with play. On 
a bed of roses lay, etc." — 
Fawkes, 

19 1 The Paddington passage — 
boats returning from Ux- 
bridge in the evening. 

615 Portraits of a mother and her 
daughter. 

1803. 135 Cupid sleeping on a bed of 

roses. From Anacreon. 

1804. 28 The Last Supper; the original 

sketch for the great picture 
over the communion table 
in the Collegiate Church, 
Windsor. 

30 The destruction of the beast 
and false prophet. From 
Revelation, chap, xix, ver. 
II and 20. "I saw the 
heaven opened, and behold 
a white horse, etc." 

37 Portrait of himself. 

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Westmacott, Sir Richard, R,A. — con- 
tinued. 

18 18. 1046 Model for a statue to be cast 

in bronze of the late Rt, Hon. 
William Pitt 

1 110 Monument, alto-relievo, in 

marble. " He shall give his 
angels charge over thee." — 
Psalm xci. 

1 1 1 1 Cupids ; model of an alto-relievo 

for the Temple of the Graces 
at Woburn Abbey, the seat 
of the Duke of Bedford. 
14, South Audley Street. 

1819. 1179 A peasant girl; part of a monu- 

ment to be erected at Llan- 
degai. North Wales, in me- 
mory of the late Lord Pen- 
rhyn. 
1238 An Unfinished Relievo in mar- 
ble; part of a monument to 
the late Lord Penrhyn. 
This Relievo is designed 
to represent the condition 
in which Lord Penrhyn 
found his tenantry, on com- 
ing to his estates in Wales, 
and the improvement they 
had experienced by the time 
of his decease. 

The first group illustrates 
the wild pastoial state of 
that part of the Principality, 
exemplified in the child pip- 
ing among his goats, con- 
fined to his native mountains, 
previous to the opening of 
the road to Nant Francon. 

By the formation of the 
Quay of Port Penrhyn, and 
employment furnished in the 
neighbouring slate quarries, 
habits of industry were pro- 
moted; and this is purposed 
to be expressed by the 
second compartment of the 
relief. 

His Lordship's benevolent 
care, in providing the means 
for their religious instruc- 
tion, by erecting a chapel, is 
shewn in the third compart- 
ment. The happy result of 
his efforts is attempted to be 
displayed in the last com- 
partment, which represents 
the plenteous fruits of agri- 
culture superseding the 
scanty means of pastoral 
life; and the happiness of 



his tenantry is implied by 
the jocund harvest dance, 
while thevine, "which makes 
glad the heart of man/' is 
distributed over the whole, 
and crowns his patriotic 
labours. 

1820. X026 Hero and Leander; an alto- 

relievo in marble. 
1045 Maternal affection; from a bas- 
relief in Hurst church. 

182 1. 1084 Resignation; a statue in mar- 

ble. 
1085 A Hindoo girl; a statue in 
marble, being part of a 
monument to be erected in 
Calcutta in memory of 
A. Colvin, Esq. 

1822. 987 Psyche; a statue in marble. 
989 The houseless Traveller; a 

groupe in marble, intended 
to illustrate the benevolence 
of a lady, whose house was 
an asylum for necessitous 
travellers. A distressed 
mother with her infant, in 
place of the accustomed 
hospitality she had sought, 
finds the tomb of her bene- 
factress. 

1823. 1082 Horace's dream ; an alto-relievo 

in marble. (A Latin quota- 
tion,) 
1099 Cupid; a statue in marble. 

1824. X009 A nymph; a statue in marble. 

1825. 1043 Afflicted peasants; an alto- 

relievo in marble. 
X065 A Madonna and child ; a groupe 
in marble. 

1826. 1096 A statue in marble of the late 

Lord Erskine. 

1827. 1x22 Cupid made prisoner; a groupe 

in marble. 

1828. 1213 Statue in marble of the Rt 

Hon. Warren Hastings, part 
of a monument to be erected 
in Calcutta. 
1 214 Groupe, in marble, of a Nymph 
and Zephyr, from the Gal- 
lery of Earl Grosvenor. 

1829. X196 A Brahmin ; a statue in marble, 

being part of a monument 
to the Rt. Hon. Warren 
Hastings, proposed to be 
erected in Calcutta. 
X20I A Mussulman Moulah ; a statue 
in marble, being part of a 
monument to the Rt. Hon. 
Warren Hastings for Cal- 
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1830. 1 170 A monumental statue, in mar- 

ble, of H.R.H. the Duke of 
Montpensier. 

183 1. 1197 Statue, in marble, of the late 

Mrs. T. Rawson, of Nidd, 
Yorkshire. 

1832. 1 178 The gipsey; a statue in 

marble. 

1834. 1076 Statue, in marble, of Locke. 

1835. "045 Devotion; a statue in marble. 
1837. 1 160 Euphrosyne; a statue in mar- 
ble. 

(Knighted.) 
1839. 1288 Abolition of the Suttees f a 
group, in bronze, for the 
pedestal to a statue of Lord 
William Bentinck. 
1302 The Lady Susan Murray; a 
statue in marble. 

WESTMACOTT, Richard, R.A. 

Sculptor. 
J^. Westmacotty Junr,^ 

14, South Audiey Street. 
1827. 1089 A girl with a bird; a statue in 
marble. 

1829. 1134 Bust of C. H. Moore, Esq. 

1 1 39 A reaper; a statue in marble. 
1 1 58 Bust of E. Foxhall, Esq. 
1 163 Bust of J. Thomson, Esq., M.D. 
1177 Bust of Admiral Sir Sidney 

Smith, K.C.B., G.C.B., etc. 
1200 Girl with a fawn; a group in 

marble. 

21, Wilton Place. 

1830. 1209 A guardian angel; part of a 

monument in memory of 
the late Bishop of Win- 
chester for Winchester Ca- 
thedral. 

183 1. 1 164 Venus carrying away Ascanius. 

"Lull'd in her lap, the 
beauteous queen of love, 
etc."— r/r^7. 
1225 Mischief. 

1832. 1172 The cymbal player; a statue 

in marble. 
1 199 Marble bust.of a lady. 

1833. 1 1 86 Marble bust of Davies Gilbert, 

Esq., F.R.S. 
12 1 2 Narcissus; a statue in marble. 
{Latin quotation from Ovid.) 

1834. io68 Bust, in marble, of W. E. Tom- 

lyne, Esq., M.P. 
1104 The Pilgrim; an alto-relievo 
in marble: part of a monu- 
ment to a father and child, 
the child died first, and is 
supposed to be inviting the 
pilgrim to a place of rest. 



1834. 
1835. 



1836. 
1837. 



1838. 



1839. 



1840. 



1 1 1 3 Hope ; an alto-relievo in marble. 
108 1 Statue, in marble, of George, 

the eldest son of Mr. and 

Lady Agnes Byng. 
1085 Bust, in marble, of the Rev. 

Sydney Smith. 
1 141 Marble bust of a lady. 

1 143 Blue bell. 

1144 Marble bust of a gentleman. 
1190 Mercury presenting Pandora 

to Prometheus; an alto- 
relievo in marble, executed 
for the panel of a room. 

1 1 92 Wiclifife preaching to the 
people; an alto-relievo, in 
marble, to be placed in Lut- 
terworth Church. " Wicliffe 
is represented as the fore- 
runner of the Reformation. 
He is addressing a mixed 
multitude, different in age, 
in sex, in rank, and in occu- 
pation. The figures intro- 
duced to represent this 
multitude are an old man, 
a student, a soldier, a boy, a 
woman, and child. Wicliffe 
points with his right hand 
to his translation of the 
Bible, which it was his ob- 
ject to make accessible to 
the people, in the vulgar 
tongue. Behind are two of 
the mendicant order of 
monks, his implacable ad- 
versaries, against whose 
ignorance and vices Wiclifife 
constantly inveighed with 
unsparing severity." Wi- 
cliffe died at his living of 
Lutterworth a.d. 1384. 

1165 Venus giving her instructions 
to Cupid; an alto-relievo in 
marble (one of a series). 
iJLatinquotationfrom Virgil^ 

1276 Paolo and Francesca; an alto- 
relievo in marble. 

1288 The butterfly; a reUevo in 
marble. 

1294 Marble medallion of the Hon. 
Adelaide Lister. 

1359 Bust in marble of Villiers, son 
of T. H. Lister, Esq. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1 37 1 Marble of Archdeacon Berners. 

1376 Marble bust of Mrs. Henry 
Milman. 

1383 Marble bust (posthumous) of 
Frederick Rosen. 

iioa The Captive; a group in mar- 



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Westmacott, Richard, R. A.— continued, 
ble: portraits of the Hon. 
Archer and Mary Amherst. 

1840. 1182 Bust in marble of Viscount 

Fordwich. 
1 191 Bust in marble of a young lady. 
1 197 Bust in marble of Lady Chat- 

terton. 

1841. 1225 Ariel. ^^ Prospero. It was mine 

art when I arrived, etc." 

— Tempest, act i, scene 2. 
1286 Amorino; a bust in marble. 
1317 Bust in marble of the late 

T. Williams, Esq. 
1 324 Bust in marble of George Byng, 

Esq., M.P. for Middlesex. 
1340 Bust in marble of Lady T. 

Elliott Drake. 
1 34a Bust in marble of the Rev. J. H. 

Newman, of Oriel College. 

1842. 1299 A monumental angel; a statue 

in marble, part of a group 
at the entrance to a family 
vault. 

1406 Bust of Lady Harriet Baring. 

1407 Bust of Wilbraham Egerton, 

Esq.,ofTatton. 

1408 Bust of Miss Egerton of Tat- 

ton. 

1843. 1526 Bust of Lieut. - General Sir 

Howard Douglas, Bart., 
G.C.B., etc. 

1529 Bust of B. Greenough, Esq., 

F.R.S., F.G.S. 

1530 Bust of the Rt. Hon. Lord 

John Russell. 

1845. 1370 Marble bust (posthumous) of 

Sir Francis Burdett, Bart. 
1380 Marble bust of Charles W. 

Packe, Esq., M.P. 
1391 Marble bust of T. Hildyard, 

Esq., of Flintham Hall. 
1440 Marble bust of Mary Anne, 

daughter of G. Hussey Packe, 

Esq. 
1446 Marble bust of the Rev. Lord 

Wriothesley Russell. 
1462 Marble bust of J. E. Gray, 

Esq., F.R.S. 
1464 Marble bust of Major-General 

LordWilliamRussell,G.C.B. 

1846. 141 5 Prayer and Resignation ; part 

of a monument to be placed 
in a rich Gothic recess in a 
church in Gloucestershire. 

1497 Marble bust of a lady. 

151 1 do. the Duke of 

Bedford. 

1847. 1424 Marble bust of Robert Williams, 

Esq., of Bridehead. 



1847. 1426 Marble bust (posthumous) of 
a young lady. 

1437 Marble bust of Earl Talbot, 

K.G. 
1451 A sketch; a relievo. "The 

soul, enslaved by sin, unable 

to join the spirits of the 

blessed." 

1848. 1445 Bust of a young lady. 
145 1 do. Sir R. I. Murchison, 

F.R.S., etc. 

1461 Bust (posthumous) of A. Side- 
bottom, Esq. 

1463 Bust of G. Pur^foy Tervoise, 
Esq., formerly M.P. for 
Hampshire. 

1465 Bust of a lady. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1849. 1324 Bust of Lord Charles Towns- 
hend. 

1333 Bust (posthumous) of the late 
Lord Wharncliffe, Lord Pre- 
sident of the Council. 

1850. 1302 The Most Reverend William 
Howley, late Archbishop of 
Canterbury. For Canterbury 
Cathedral. 

" Go, and sin no more." 

Brigadier - General Cureton, 
C.B., i6th Lancers, fell in 
action at Ramnuggar, 1848. 

David. 

Bust in marble of the Rev. 
Crole Wyndham. 

Bust in marble of Mrs. Crole 
Wyndham. 

A sketch for an enriched salver, 
in gold and ivory; the groups 
of children, with the foliage, 
form letters. 

Bust of a lady, 
do. Richard Ellison, Esq., 
of Sudbrooke Holme, Lin- 
coln. 
1547 A study. 

WESTMACOTT, Stewart ... Painter. 

23, Charles Street, 

Bemers Street, 
1841. 232 Girl with a mandoline. 

17, Nottingham Street. 

1843. * Study of a head, after nature; 

one of the old Imperial 
Guard. 

1844. 542 Tuko see-Mathla, a Seminole 

chief; from a sketch after 
nature. 

1845. 193 Lady Louisa Pole. 

1847. 394 Capt. Guise, 24th Bengal 
Native Infantry. 



1852. 


1320 

1330 


1854. 


1331 
1504 




1505 


^^ss- 


«433 




1543 
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22, Portsea Fiace^ 

Connaught Square, 
185 1. 617 Mrs. Hume Middlemass. 

WESTMACOTT, T Architect. 

At Mr, Wyatfs, 

Queen Anne Street, 

1796. 75 s Design for a pavillion. 

1797. 1162 do. lodge and entrance 

to a Park. 

1798. 938 Design for a Villa. 
1020 do. Vestibule. 

WESTMACOTT, W Architect. 

25, Mount Street, 

1 81 6. 848 Design for a mausoleum to 

James Thomson, the Scot- 
tish bard. 

18 1 7. 883 A cottage in Devonshire. 

1 8 18. 1026 An Idea for a Triumphal Entry 

into London from Highgate. 

1 8 19. 1063 A Tower to commemorate 

Naval and Military Valour. 
19, Duke Street^ 

Portland Place, 
1822. 904 A residence for a Russian 

nobleman. 
1828. ti24 Basket Lodge in Hampshire. 

30, Essex Street, 
1841. 1050 A Villa in Hampshire. 

105 1 A Cottage in Hampshire. 

1846. 1279 Staircase to Music-Hall for 

Mr. HuUah's Singing-Room. 

1355 Music-Hall for Mr. Hullah*s 

Singing-Room. 

1848. 1 1 82 A sketch for a National Gallery. 

WESTOBY, E Painter. 

E, Westofyy 

38, St, Martinis Lane, 
1806. 201 The farm yard. 
275 Morning. 

204, Tottenham Court Road, 

1809. 46' Cottage near Southampton. 

1810. 559 The late H. K. White. 

181 2. 601 Portrait of his brother. 

1813. 298 View of Olney Bridge. "Hark! 

'tis the twanging horn o*er 

yonder bridge, etc." — Cow- 

per, 
425 B. Milne, Esq., Bridlington, 

Yorkshire. 
446 Portrait of a student. 

163, Strand, 

1815. 665 Portrait of his father. 

18 1 6. 567 A portrait. 

1 8 1 7. 711 Portrait of his mother. 

Halifax, 

1818. 778 The late Dr. Coulthurst, of 

Halifax. 

VIII. 



York. 

1819. 735 The Rev. P. Roe of Kilkenny. 

43, South Molton Street, 

182 1. 629 G. W. Tireman, Esq., Comet 

of the Yorkshire Hussar 
regiment. 

7, Arundel Street, 

1822. 714 Portrait of an artist. 
723 Dr. Birkbeck. 

1823. 656 Portrait of his father. 

WESTON, L Painter. 

Dover, 
1844. 478 Dover Castle. 

WESTON, T Painter. 

2, Chapel Court, 

South Audley Street, 

1 81 6. 790 Elevated View of Plymouth 

Hospital. 

18 1 7. 1003 View of Beddington church, 

etc. 
1 8 19. 10 1 3 View of the bridge in the park 
of Lord Melbourne, near 
Hatfield. 

1065 Interior of St. Paul's Cathedral 
previous to the Fire of Lon- 
don. For Pennant's London. 

1 176 The cloisters of Chester Cathe- 
dral, shewing the remains of 
a Saxon doorway. 

1821. 572 Ruins of Bingham Priory 

church. 

1822. 873 Swakeley House, the seat of 

T T. Clark, Esq.; a sketch. 

1823. 668 The ruins of the Reculvers, 

Isle of Thanet. 

14, South Street, 
1828. 660 Titsey Park, the seat of William 
Leveson Gower, Esq. Taken 
from Botley Hill, Surrey. 

WESTPHAL, Miss F Painter. 

I, Crown Terrace^ Holloway. 

1864. 219 A girl in a German dress. 

1865. 358 The Countess de Grey. 

WESTWOOD, Miss Eliza ... Painter. 

Hammersmith, 
1835. 5^5 Croupe of nasturtiums from 

nature. 
1837. 980 Flowers from nature. 

WBTBNHALL, Edward B. 

Architect. 
27, Fitzroy Street, 
1900. 1744 House at Pinner. 

27, Sackville Street, Piccadilly. 
1902. 1406 Three porches to country 
houses. 

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WETHERBEE, George 
R,L 



1880. 
1881. 



1882. 
1883. 



1884. 414 



1885. 
1886. 
1887. 

1889. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 

1897. 
1898. 



1900. 

1901. 
1902. 



1903. 
1904. 



515 



Faulkner, 
..Painter. 
I, Park Road Studios, 
368 Harvest idyl. 

179 "Man goeth forth unto his 
work, and to his labour until 
the evening." 
650 A harvest song. 
411 "To everything there is a 
season, and a time to every 
purpose under the heavens." 

12, Charlcott Gardens^ 
Haverstock HilL 

"The harvest is past, the 

Summer is ended." 
The birth of the harvest moon. 
298 Phyllis and Corydon. 
894 Circe. 

37, Steeds Road, 
692 By the sea. 
323 A good shepherd. 
4S With Amaryllis in the shade. 
261 A happy Valley. 
552 The harrow. 
19 Aphrodite's realm. 
212 A pageant of spring. 
232 A placid stream. 

13, Cannon Place ^ HampsUad. 
266 A golden Valley. 

313 Storm Clouds. 

J%e White Cottage, 
Redington Road, 

Hampstead, 
118 The pool of Endymion. 
423 Orpheus. 

354 " Oh, what a plague is love! " 
360 A wood nymph. 
706 When the heart is young. 
1 1 The music of pipe and brook. 
49 Golden silence. 
88 " The year 's at the spring and 
day 's at the morn." 



WETHERILL 



1783. 



Miniature Painter. 
Cursitor Street, 
338 Portrait of a lady. 



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WETTEN, R. G Architect. 

At Mr. P, F, Robinson's, 

29, Lower Brook Street, 
1822. 889 Design for a palace. 

R. Wetten, Bruton Street. 

1826. 821 Design for a triumphal entry 

to Hyde Park Corner, in 
commemoration of the ever- 
glorious victory at Waterloo. 
31, Little Marylebone Street, 

1827. 1021 Design for the garden front of 

Kensington Palace. 



3, George Street, 

Portman Square. 
1828. 1029 Design for a national monu- 
ment to commemorate the 
victories of Trafalgar and 
Waterloo, etc. 
6, College Street, Westminster. 
1852. 1170 Parham Hall, Suffolk. 

WETTON, Ernest Painter. 

14, Bower Place, Maidstone. 
1895. 761 Japanese Buddhist priests at 
prayer before the High Altar 
of the Temple of Chionin, 
Kioto, Japan. 



WEYDE, Henry Van der. 
vol. viii, page 70. 



See V. 



WEYNS, Jules Sculptor. 

270, Kin^s Road, Chelsea. 
1887. 1870 The Vintage; bust, marble. 

22, Rue du Regent, Antwerp, 
1898. 1828 The whistler; bust, marble. 

WHAITE, Henry Clarence, R, W.S. 

Painter. 
IT, O, Whaite, 

Bridge Street, Westminster. 

1 85 1. 30 A trading boat on the Lake of 

Geneva. 
H. C. Whaite, 

16, Victoria Road South, 
Kentish Town. 

1852. 63 Festival on the Lake of Geneva. 

Burlington Street, 

Greenhays, Manchester, 
1854. 1296 Ancient Britons surprised by 

the Romans. 
1856. 90 Lucretia. 

Montague House, 

Old Trafford, Manchester. 
1359. 390 Barley harvest. 

xooi Snowdon. 
i860. 517 A farmstead. North Wales. 

1 86 1. 226 A leaf from the book of nature. 

" Our life, exempt from pub- 
lic haunt, etc." 

1862. 596 The rainbow. 

1864. 669 Castle Rock, Lynmouth, North 
Devon. 

16, Douro Place, W. 

1867. I ''He watereth the hills from 

his chambers." 
208 '' A meadow gemlike chased 
In the brown wild, and mowers 
mowing in it." 
470 The old Convent Garden. 

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64, Bridge Street^ Manchester, 
1870. 24 The after-glow. 

16, Dauro Place. 
iS73- 5S3 Wind, rain, and sunshine. 
1874- 937 Spring. 

1878. 604 Thirlmere, Cumberland, the 
proposed source of water 
supply for Manchester. 
1884. 833 The awakening of Christian. 
See Pilgrim^s Progress. 
1654 The shepherd's dream. 
1888. 303 A windy day. 
loio Snowdon. 

1893. 270 Cambrian shepherds. 

1894. 816 Down to the river. 

1895. 816 £arly«snow. 

1896. 218 The Fairy Glen, Bettws-y-coed; 

autumn. 

1897. 330 To new camping ground. 
1017 The strength of the hills. 

1 90 1. 112 The guard of the camp. 

500 An autumn shower. "How 

beautiful is the rain ! " 
600 Aber Waterfall. 

1902. 474 Harlech Castle. 

515 The birthplace of Llewelyn the 
Great. 

1903. 91 Harvest in North Wales. 
57» The Conway Valley. 

943 Fishing-boats, Loch Ranza. 

1904. 239 The track of an old Cambrian 

glacier. 

WHAITE, James Painter. 

Carlton Bank^ 

Prestwich^ Manchester. 
1870. 577 Mullin's Bay, Cornwall. 

21, lAigh Street^ Liverpool . 

1875. 790 High and dry. 

1876. 651 Lancaster Castle. 

71, Liitledale Road^ 

SeacombCy Cheshire, 
1896. 1044 The Ledr Valley, North Wales. 

WHAITE, Miss Lily F. Painter. 

Tyddyn Cynal, Conway. 

1898. X072 Poppies. 

WHALL, Christopher W. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
4, Hyde Side, Edmonton, 
50 The artist's mother. 
566 R. Booth Smith, Esq. 

Stone Bridge, Dorking, 
703 " Hortus animae." 

Eyot Cottage, Chiswick Mall, 
1896. 1601 East window for St. Bartholo- 
mew's, Ipswich. 
1838 East end of private chapel, 
Douglas Castle, Lanark. 



1875. 
1876. 

1888. 



1897. 



1898. 175$ Design for stained glass, St. 

Bartholomew's church, 

Brighton. 
19, Shaftesbury Road, 

Ravenscourt Park. 

1899. 1702 West window, chapel, Douglas 

Castle, Lanark. 
1 78 1 Side windows, chapel, Douglas 
Castle, Lanark. 

1900. 1844 Window, Gloucester Cathedral. 

WHALLEY, Adolphus Jacob. 

Painter. 
37, Great Ormond Street. 
1876. 39 The squire's pew. 

I a, Steele s Studios. 
1886. 1078 Salome with the head of John 
the Baptist. 

WHARAM, M Painter. 

11^ Blenheim Street, 

New Bond Street. 
1795. 217 Portrait of a horse. 
1797. 209 do. dog. 

WHARTON, S Architect. 

1810. 793 Designs for architectural orna- 

ments. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

181 1. 826 Elevation for a Royal Palace 

in Hyde Park. 

181 2. 861 Design for chapel and ceno- 

taph. 

1 813. 827 Design for water entrance to a 

palace. 

1814. 734 Design for a National Edifice, 

extending from Carlton 
House to the site of St. 
James's Palace. 

WHATELY, Mrs. M. Alice H. 

Painter. 
14, Camden House Road, 
1892. 1083 Skylark; a portrait. 

WHEATLEY, Francis, R.A. 

Painter. 
Jermyn Street, 
1778. 333 Portraits of a family; small 
whole length. 

334 do. do. 

335 A wood scene, with gypsies 

telling a fortune. 

336 View near Ivy Bridge, Devon- 

shire. 

337 View near Boxhill, Surry; a 

drawing. 
1780. 407 View of Conway Castle; a 
drawing. 



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Whcatlcy, Francis, R.A, — continued, 
1780. 408 View of Conway Castle; a 
drawing. 

36, Gerrard Street 

1784. 55 Portrait of a gentleman. i^Mr, 

Swiney,) 
91 Part of Donnybrook fair, in 

Ireland. 
100 View of the Salmon leap at 

Leixlip, in Ireland. 
178 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Swiney.) 
114 Portrait of a gentleman. 

23, Weibeck Street. 

1785. 147 View in Lancashire. 
163 An amorous sportsman. 

1786. 66 Portrait of a gentleman; small 

whole length. 
107 do. do. 

194 Brickmakers. 
237 Girl making cabbage-nets at a 

cottage door. 
458 Portrait of a lady; drawing. 

1787. 13s A girl feeding a young bird. 
212 The recruiting officer. 

1788. 8 Girl with water-cresses. 
12 The rescue. 

31 Mr. Howard offering relief to 

prisoners. 
37 Girl returning from market, and 

counting her money. 
95 Peasants relieving an old sol- 
dier. 
396 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 
Wheatley.) 
49, Upper Charlotte Street. 

1789. 17 Portrait of a nobleman return- 

ing from shooting. {Duke 
of Newcastle and Colonel 
Litchfield.) {View of Clum- 
ber. — Walpole.) 

60 Children with a bird-catcher. 

145 Study; from nature. 

217 Wheelwright's shop; study 
from nature. 

1790. 34 The charitable milkmaid. 
161 Preparing for market. 

196 Jaques and the wounded stag. 

— From As you like it. 
24 1 Evening. — From Cunningham^ s 

poems. 
247 A cottage in Cumberland. 
290 A pilgrim. 
436 Portrait of a gentleman. 
(Elected R.A.) 

{Wheatley was probably 
elected A.R.A. after the ex- 
hibition of it ^o.) 

1 791. 30 Cottage children call'd to 

supper. 



1 791. 85 Portrait of a gentleman with a 

horse and spaniel. {Mr. 
Bond Hopkins.) 
223 A Pedlar at a cottage door. 

1792. 56 One of the cries of London. 
72 do. do. 

107 The maternal blessing. 

116 One of the cries of London. 

119 The offer of marriage. 

137 The wedding morning. 

147 An harvest dinner. 

155 The happy fireside. 

169 One of the cries of London. 

383* do. do. 

384* do. da 

437 Morning — a farmyard. 

453 Evening — a farmyard. 

1 793. 8 One of the cries of London. 
10 do. do. 
14 do. do. 
27 do. do. 

81 Portraits of a gentleman, his 
lady, and children. 

114 Ploughing. 

125 Communion. 

131 One of the cries of London. 

135 do. do. 

202 Baptism. 

303 Morning, Cottagers going out 
haymaking. 

314 The fairing. 

3«6 Scene from the camp at Bag- 
shot Heath. 

547 A farmyard. 

66, Queen Anne Street East. 

1794. 122 Spring. 
187 Winter. 

215 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Don- 

aldson.) 
312 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Wood- 
cock.) 
407 The redbreast. Fide Thomson* s 
Seasons^ Winter. 
1795- 53 One of the cries of London. 
63 The good-nattired boy. 
92 The hospitable farmer. 
97 One of the cries of London. 
{Fourteen were exhibited. 
As, however, the engraved 
set only consists of thirteen, 
one of them has probably not 
been engraved.) 
412 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 

Monro) 
610 Portrait of a lady. {Mts. 
Wheatley.) 

Bath, or at Mr. Farington^s. 
1797. 126 A gypsie's theft detected. 

51, Warren St., Fitzroy Square. 

1795. 5^8 A landscape. 



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20, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1800. 311 Scene from the Deserted Vil- 

lage, for Du Roveray's edi- 
tion of Goldsmith's poems. 
"The good old sire the first 

prepared to go 
To new found worlds, and wept 
for others' woe, etc." 
313 Scene from the Deserted Vil- 
lage, for Du Roveray's edi- 
tion of Goldsmith's poems. 
" Ah, turn thine eyes 
Where yon poor houseless 
shiv*ring female lies, etc." 

1 80 1. 68 Morning. 
70 Noon. 

87 Evening. 
90 Night. 

WHEATLEY, Mrs. Francis (formerly 
Miss Clara Maria Leigh, and after- 
wards Mrs. Alexander Pope). 

Fainter. 
66, Queen Anne Street 
1796. 712 Portrait of a lady. 
20, Charles Street^ 

Middlesex HospitaL 

1800. 818 Captain Lloyd; miniature. 

819 MissCath. Jackson; miniature. 

820 Portrait of a lady; do. 
827 do. do. do. 
835 Miss Berry; do. 
915 Miss Trist; do. 

1 80 1. 748 Portraits of F. Consitt, Esq., 

Mrs. J. Tayler, W. Lloyd, 
Esq., Mrs. Davidson, and a 
gentleman; miniature. 
83, Great Titchfield Street, 

1802. 443 A girl with sticks. 
444 do. eggs. 

583 Wood pigeons, from nature. 

708 Portrait of a gentleman; minia- 
ture. 

740 Portrait from memory of the 
late F. Wheatley, Esq., R.A.; 
miniature. 

852 Portrait of a little girl and her 
dog. 

29, Mortimer Street. 

1803. 377 Little Red Riding-Hood. 
402 Goody two shoes. 

1804. 202 A ride in the wheel-barrow. 
360 Portrait of a little boy and his 

dog. 

1805. 814 Portrait of Signora Storace. 

1806. 151 A reaper. 

167 A girl returning from milking. 
583 Dismal ditty, or the Death of 
Nelson. 



8, Duke Street, 

Portland Place. 
1807. 372 Portrait of a lady. 

417 do. H.R.H. Princess 
Sophia Matilda of Glou- 
cester. 
{See Mrs. Alexander Pope, vol. vi, 
pages 181, 182.) 

WHEATLEY, Oliver Sculptor. 

34, Dawes Pood. 

1892. 1933 "When toil should cease"; 

statuette. 

15, Cado^n Street. 

1893. 1760 The rescue; statuette. 

Hotel de la Haute Loire^ 

Bvd, Raspail, Paris. 

1895. 1633 Nine medallions. 

22, Cadogan Street. 

1897. 1942 Prometheus; relief. 

2a, Flood Street, Chelsea. 

1898. 1922 Spring — panel. 
1938 Autumn — panel. 

1 90 1. 1 817 Awakening. 

2 1, Broomhouse Road, 

Parson^ s Green. 

1902. 17 17 Askos and Ky likes; group. 

1903. 1696 Sons of Poseidon; do. 

1904. 1823 Vulture. 

1831 Vulture; statuette. 

WHEATON, Richard G. ... Sculptor. 

452^, Fulham Road. 
1903. 1747 A flower picker; statuette, 
bronze. 

WHEELER. 6;?tfHooker and Wheeler, 
vol. iii, page 149. 

WHEELER, Miss Amy E. 

Miniature Painter. 
1 10, Buckingham Palace Road. 
1890. 1500 Sir Philip Cunliffe Owen, 
K.C.B. 

1892. 1392 Lady Cunlifle-Owen. 

5, Caroline Street, 

Eaton Square. 

1893. 1229 Marjorie, daughter of C. Wood- 

byne Parish, Esq. 
1250 The Hon. Mrs. Sandilands. 

1894. 1237 Master Archie Blanchard. 

83, Chelsea Gardens. 

1896. 1349 Maggie, daughter of Alexander 

Henderson, Esq. 

WHEELER, C. W Painter. 

St. Bartholomeiv^s HospitcU. 
1835. 892 A marine sketch. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WHEELER, Frederick Architect. 

6, Staple Inn. 

1902. 1579 Mount Vemon Hospital for 

Consumption, Northwood. 

1903. 1587 Interior of chapel, do. 

WHEELER, Miss Painter. 

64, Talgarth Road, 

West Kensington, 
1889. 106 The Beach, Hastings. 

WHEELER, Miss M. A. (afterwards 

Mrs. David Johnston) Painter. 

55, Regent Quadrant, 
1834. 7«4 ''My mother." 
1836. 749 Portrait of a lady. 
\See Mrs. David Johnston, vol. v, 
page 259-) 

WHEELER, N Painter. 

50, Leadenhall Street. 
1 8 1 2. 700 Portrait of a gentleman. 

WHEELER, Miss S. A Painter. 

33, Georgiana Street, 

Camden Town. 
1863. 355 Fruit. 



WHEELER, T 



> 



1817. 
1818. 
1820. 
1821. 



1822. 

1823. 
1824. 



1825. 
1826. 



1827. 
1828. 
1829. 



30- 



Miniature Painter. 
184, Fleet Street. 
692 Mr. W. Pierce. 
743 Portrait of himself. 
686 do. a lady. 
689 Mrs. Roberts. 
726 Mr. Roberts. 
817 Portrait of an officer. 
859 do. a lady. 
725 Mrs. Welch. 
803 J. Welch, Esq. 
812 The Rev. Thomas Schreiber. 
577 E. Pruen, Esq. 
696 Portrait of a gentleman. 
765 The Rev. W. J. Utten. 
769 Portrait of a gentleman. 
603 do. a lady. 
674 do. himself. 
696 Master Henry Roberts. 
723 Miss Clara Wheeler. 
740 Portrait of a lady. 
652 do. do. 

871 Miss Scarlett. 
852 Portrait of an officer. 
896 do. a lady. 

781 J. Myles, Esq. 
788 Portrait of a gentleman. 
807 do. lady. 

810 Miss Ellis. 
703 Captain Miller, of the second 
dragoons. 



1830. 
1831. 
1833 



1834. 
1836. 



824 Miss Mary Ann Wheeler, 
863 Children of S. Sawry, Esq. 
932 Portrait of a lady. 

687 do. gentleman. 
910 J. Lawrence, Esq. 

55, Regent Quadrant. 

688 Portrait of an amateur. 
800 do. a lady. 
862 do. a gentleman. 
785 do. a lady of title. 
628 do. an officer of the 1 3 th 

Light Dragoons. 

737 Mr. Grant of Newbery. 
764 A boy reading, 

769 Miss Grant 
1839. 988 Alexander Hamilton Robson, 

Esq., 3rd Regiment of 

Buffs. 
659 Mrs. A. Hamilton. 
681 Portrait of an Italian lady. 
793 do. a lady. 
745 Mrs. Helen Campbell. 

738 Capt. Pennington, nth Bengal 
Native Infantry. 

741 Miss Lydia Howard. 

852 Portrait of a lady and children. 

700 J. Hozier, Esq. 

727 Mrs. J. Hozier. 



1840. 

1841. 
1842. 
1843. 



1844. 
1845. 



WHEELER, W. H Painter. 

Roseneathy Reigate. 
1886. 1289 A street corner, Clovelly. 

WHEELER-SMITH, Miss Olive. See 
S, voL vii, page 189. 

WHEELHOUSE, Miss Mary V. 

Painter. 
29^-, St. Nicholas Street, 

Scarborough. 
1896. 1 144 A little red head. 

WHEELWRIGHT, Miss Hen6 P. 

Painter. 
Ewhurst, Hawkhurst. 
1885. 1578 In half-mourning. 

WHEELWRIGHT, J. Hadwen. 

Painter. 
1842. 28 Cumberland peasant girl. 
175 Preparing for market. 
315 Samuel relating his dream to 
Eli. — I Samuel, iii. 

46, Russell Street. 

1846. 347 The disobedient prophet. 

"And he went and found 

his carcase cast in the way, 

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standing by the carcase, the 
lion had not eaten the 
carcase, nor torn the ass." — 
I KingSy xiii, 18. 

1846. 1x15 Italian peasant children in the 

neighbourhood of Rome, at 
a spring; sketched on the 
spot. 

40, Fitzroy Street, 

1847. 27^ Portrait of a lady. 
299 do. 

452 Peter denying Christ. "And 
the Lord turned and looked 
upon Peter, etc." — Luke^ xxii, 
61. 

1848. 328 The assassination of Edward 

the Martyr. 

Great Stanmore, 

1849. 138 Esau asking Isaac's blessings. 

"And Esau lifted up his 
voice and wept." — Gen,^ 
xxvii, 38. 

591 Lady reading. 

595 David sparing Saul's life in the 
tent. " And David said to 
Abishai, Destroy him not, 
etc." — I Sam.^ xxvi, 9. 



WHEELWRIGHT, Mrs. W. See Miss 
Maud Stroud, voL vii, p. aga. 



WHEELWRIGHT, Rowland. 

Painter. 
18, Grosvenor Road^ Watford, 

1895. 1346 Portrait of the artist. 

1896. 1007 "Trust her not, she is fooling 

thee." 

1897. 237 A lord of creation. 

1900. 95 Mazeppa. 

257 Exchange is no robbery. 
683 On the towing-path. 

1 90 1 . 343 " Let the day be never so long, 

at length it ringeth to even- 
song." 

1902. 4»7 Turning the plough. 
541 A Yorkshire farm. 

693 "The ploughman homeward 
plods his weary way." 

783 A merry jest. 
1904. 58 Don Quixotte and Maritornes 
at the inn. 



WHEELWRIGHT, Mrs. Talbot. 

Miniature Painter. 
5, Little Ealing Lane^ 

South Ealing, 
1904. 1272 W. H. Wheelwright, Esq. 



WHELAN and HEYES... Architects. 
9, Adam Street^ Adelphi, 

187 1. 918 Tower and spire at St. Mary's, 

Rugby. 

1872. 1256 Benedictine Abbey for Nuns, 

near Ramsgate. 

WHELLOCK, Robert P.... Architect. 

45, Finsbury Pavement, 
1900. 1699 A scheme for the supply of 

water for London. 
1903. 1580 Polapit Tamar, Launceston, 

Cornwall. 

WHESSELL, J Painter. 

12, Paddington Green, 

1802. 666 My grandmother; a sketch. 

1803. 58 The Apothecary in Romeo and 

Juliet. 
121 The primrose girl. 
444 The contented cottagers. 

1805. 121 Eagle beating Eleanor; a match 

run across the Flat, New- 
market October Meeting, 
1804. 

271 Portrait of Penelope, the pro- 
perty of the Duke of Graf- 
ton. 

289 View of a blast furnace (for 
melting iron ore) near VVol- 
verhampton, Staffordshire, 
belonging to J. Feriday, 
Esq. 
9, Winchester Row^ 

Paddington, 

1806. 164 The sluggard. " The slothful 

hideth his hand in his bosom ; 
it grieveth him to bring it 
again to his mouth." 

1807. 703 Bobtail, the property of Earl 

Egremont 
712 Parasol, the property of the 
Duke of Grafton. 

1808. 300 View on the Severn near Wor- 

cester. 
387 Dick Andrews, the property of 

Viscount Sackville. 
462 Violante, the property of Earl 
Grosvenor. 

Oxford, 
1823. 290 A general view of Oxford, taken 
from the high grounds above 
Ferry Hinksey. 

WHESSEL, W Painter. 

Wolverhampton, 
1803. 196 The old man and Death, from 

iEsop. 
( W, Whessel in the index and F, Whessel 
in the catalogue,) 



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WHESTON (W. W.) and CASTLE 

(S. E.) Architects. 

22, Louvaine Roady S, JV, 
1902. 1382 House at Ardingly, Sussex. 

WHETHBRILL Painter. 

Ipswich, 
i779« 345 A landscape, with the story of 
Arminia, from Tasso. 
346 A landscape with gypsies. 

WHETTEN, Thomas Architect. 

At Sir William Chamber f, 

Berners Street. 
1774* 3x3 A Design for a park gate. 

Clarges Street^ Piccadilly. 

1777. 368 A Design for a public edifice. 

1778. 338 A design for publick offices. 
339 do. an hospital. 

1779. 347 do. a palace. 

1780. 473 Elevation and section through 

the court of a palace. 

1781. 529 Design for a garden temple. 

1782. 447 do. public library. 

1783. 446 do. villa. 

1784. 390 do. do. 
1786. 603 do. college. 

WHIBLEY, Alfred T. Painter. 

4, The Goffs^ Eastbourne. 
1897. 1415 A bunch of Violets. 

16, Buckingham Palace Road. 
1899. 1335 Portrait of a gentleman. 

WHICHCORD, John, RS.A. 

Architect, 
y. Whichcordy Junr,^ 

Maidstone. 

1845. 1223 Design for a monumental struc- 

ture. 
1227 Section showing interior ar- 
rangements. 
1849. 1077 Interior, St. Paul's Church, 
Maidstone. 

8, Carlton Chambers. 

1852. 1209 Birling Manor House, the seat 

of the Earl of Abergavenny. 

16, Walbrook. 

1873. 1 165 The National Safe Deposit 

Company, London, etc. 
12, Queen Victoria Street. 

1874. 1184 St. Stephen's Club, Westmin- 

ster. 

WHICHCORD and SON. 

Architects. 
Maidstone. 

1846. 1354 The Village of Aylesford, etc., 

etc. 

1847. 1107 West Wickham Church. 



WHICHELL, J Painter. 

18, Mount Street^ Lambeth. 
1805. 644 South-east view of part of the 
chapel and great window at 
Netley Abbey, Hants. 



WHICHELO, C.John M. ... Painter. 
C.J. M. Whichelo, 33, Strand. 
1810. 238 View on Brighton Beach. 
(Marine and Landscape Painter to 
H.R.H. the Prince Regent.) 

I, Albion Street y Blcuk/riars. 

18 12. 277 The ferry, Portsmouth Beach, 

morning. Loading a South- 
ampton Hoy, and a Ply- 
mouth packet arriving. 

1 8 13. 167 A cottage at Bracknell, Wind- 

sor Forest. 
322 Scene in Swinley Wood, Wind- 
sor Forest; a study from 
nature. 

181 5. 367 Windsor Castle and town, from 

the forest. "Thy forests, 
Windsor, and thy green re- 
treats, At once the mon- 
arch's and the muses' seats." 
492 S.S.W. view of Portsmouth 
Harbour, from Blockhouse 
Point. 

1816. 246 Landscape, Composition. 

362 The packet and an American 
ship coming into Margate 
in a storm, with pilot boats 
going out to the relief of a 
ship in distress. 

29, Stamford Street. 

1818. 597 Sunset. "Low walks the sun, 

and broadens by degrees. 
Just o'er the verge of day." 
— Thomson. 
904 Remains of a Temple, Amphi- 
theatre, and Aqueduct, near 
Rome. 
/. Whichelo, 

Chalk Cottage, 

Brixton. 

18 1 9. 171 A scene from Roderick, the 

last of the Goths. 
" Massive and black, 
Pelaya's Castle there was seen. 



He spurred his courser for- 
ward. " — Southey. 
C.J.M. Whichelo, 

Chalk Cottage, Brixton. 

1822. 492 Shipwreck of a man of war; 

Storm breaking off. "It 

comes! the dire catastrophe 

draws near, etc." — Falconer. 



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/ WMchelo, 238, Regent St. 
1836. 403 Penge Wood side, looking to- 
wards Seven Oaks, Kent. 
681 Morning — Brighton fishing 
boats coming in. 
26, Charles Street^ St./anies^s, 
1844. 309 A pilot boat going to the 
assistance of a ship on the 
Goodwin Sands. 



WHICHELO, H. M Painter. 

29, Stamford Street. 
790 A study of beech trees in 

Windsor Forest. 
840 South-east view of the transept 
and great east window of 
Nettley Abbey, Hampshire. 
21, Elizabeth Place, 
Landscape, Composition. 
Bedford Road^ Clapham Rise, 
View in the New Forest, Hants. 
Clapham New Park, 
626 View of the Clyde near Stone- 
byres. 
Z72 Study from nature. 
356 Scene near Ewell, Surrey. 



1817. 
1818. 

1823, 

1832. 

1838. 

1839. 
1842. 



217 



16 



WHICHELO, H.M.,Junr.... Painter. 
Park Cottage, Clapham Park, 
1844. 1164 The house of the celebrated 
John Knox, in the Canon- 
gate, Edinburgh. 

WHIFFEN, Charles E Sculptor. 

9, Rodney Terrace, Cheltenham, 

1889. 2128 Sappho; statuette. "She was 

one whose lyre the spirit of 
sweet song had hung, with 
myrtle and with laurel." 

1890. 1993 The favourite opportunity; 

statuette. 



WHINNEY, Thomas B Painter. 

90, Regenfs Park Road, 

1886. 1258 La Torre del Communale, 

Verona. 

1887. 1171 In the Ambulatory, Westmin- 

ster Abbey. 

19, Surrey Street, Strand, 

1888. 1353 "Where the end of earthly 

things, etc." — Marmion, 

1889. 1404 Waterloo Bridge. 

WHIPPLE, John Painter. 

The Azfenue, Fulham Road, 
i87S« 55* Near Streatley-on-Thames. 

VIII. 



1878. 


90 The gardener's daughter. 




4, Chichester Street. 


1880. 


640 On the Cornish Coast. 


I88I. 


338 Clouding over; a Valley in 




North Wales. 


1882. 


621 Seaweed gatherers. 




640 Pebble pickers. 


1883. 


363 A street in Cairo. 




769 Looking down from the cliff. 


1884. 


82 Summer — Streatley-on - 




Tharties. 




283 Frimley Lock, Surrey. 


1886. 


648 Street in Cairo. 




92, Rochester Row, 




Westminster, 


1887. 


586 A lock on the Kennet. 




47, Broadhurst Gardens. 


1888. 


551 "The bridge that spans the 




meadow and the stream." 


1889. 


228 A Suffolk marsh. 




707 Fisher-folks and their homes. 




989 The old harbour. 




Duke of York's Schools, 




Chelsea. 


I89I. 


723 In the Lowlands of Scotland. 




1157 Streatley-on-Thames. 




1220 Snow and fog on the Thames 




below London Bridge. 


1892. 


467 "With branches bare. defiant 




of the blast." 


1896. 


7 The track of the torrent. 



WHIPPLE, Mrs. John (Agnes). 

Painter. 

4, Chichester Street. 
1 88 1. 624 Azaleas. 

1884. 1 122 Study of Chrysanthemums. 
1 168 Azaleas. 

1885. 1447 Blackberry blossom. 

47, Broadhurst Gardens, 
1888. 142 1 White carnations. 



WHISTLER, James Abbott McNeill. 
Painter and Etcher. 
/. A. Whistler, 

62, Sloane Street. 
1859. 1 197 Two etchings from nature. 
i860. 598 At the piano. 

901 Dry-point — Monsieur Astruc, 

R^dacteur du Journal TAr- 
tiste. 

902 Thames — Black Lion Wharf; 

etching. 

903 Dry-point — portrait. 

943 Etching — W. Jones, lime- 

burner, Thames Street. 

944 The Thames, from the Tunnel 

Pier; etching. 

KK 



250 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Whistler, James Abbott McNeill— ^^- 
Hnued. 

/. Whistler, 

47, Hans Place, Chelsea. 

1 86 1. 272 La Mere Gerard. 

930 Thames, from New Crane 
Wharf; etching. 

974 Dry-point — Mons. Oxenfeld, 

Litterateur, Paris. 

975 The Thames, near Limehouse; 

etching. 

12, Sloane Street. 

1862. 114 The Twenty-fifth of December, 

i860, on the Thames. 
670 Alone with the Tide. 
923 Rotherhithe; etching. 

y. A, Whistler, no address. 

1863. 352 The last of Old Westminster. 
941 Dry-point — Weary. 

952 Old Westminster Bridge; etch- 
ing. 
969 Hungerford Bridge; etching. 
972 Dry-point —The Forge. 
990 Etching — Monsieur Becquet. 
1003 Dry-point — The Pool. 
7, Lindsey Row, 

Old Battersea Bridge, 

Chelsea. 

1864. 585 Wapping. 

593 Die Lange Leizen — of the six 
marks. 

1865. 90 The golden screen (since called 

the gold screen). 
343 Old Battersea Bridge. 
530 The little white giri. (No. 2.) 
"Come snow, come wind or 

thunder 
High up in air, 
I watch my face and wonder at 

my bright hair; 
Nought else exalts nor grieves 
The rose at heart, that heaves 
With love of her own leaves, 
and lips that pair 



I cannot tell what pleasures 

Or what pains were, 
What pale new loves and 
treasures 
New years will bear; 
What beam will fall, what 

shower, 
What grief or joy for dower. 
But one thing knows the 
flower, the flower is fair." 
— A. C. Swinburne. 
569 The Scarf. 

5, Lindsey Row. 
1867. 233 Symphony in White, No. 3. 
243 Battersea. 



1867. 670 Sea and Rain. 

2, Lindsey Road, Chelsea. 
1870. 4^8 The Balcony. 

/. A. M. Whistler, 

2, Lindsay Houses, Chelsea. 

1872. 941 Arrangement in Grey and 

Black: Portrait of the 
Painter's mother. 
/. A. McN. Whistler, 
The White House, 

Chelsea Embankment. 
1879. 1233 Old Putney Bridge; etching. 

WHITAKER, C. H Sculptor. 

Rotherham. 
1854. 1 5 17 Portrait of an artist 

WHITAKER, G. G Painter. 

14, Charles Street, W. 

1873. 814 A wintry evening, near Sal- 

combe, North Devon. 

WHITAKBR, H Painter. 

13, GrecU Russell Street. 
1825. 895 A nursery frolic. 

WHITAKER, H Architect. 

17, Westmoreland Place. 
1838. 12 1 3 View of Blundel chapel, Sefflin 
church, near Liverpool. 

WHITAKER, W Painter. 

13, Great Russell Street. 
1828. 912 Portrait of the converted Jew, 
Abraham Elias Caisson, in- 
terpreter of the Holy Scrip- 
tures, author of Theological 
opinions addressed to the 
sons of Israel, etc. 

WHITBY, William Painter. 

At Mr. Grafs, Leicester Fields. 

1775. 339 Two portraits; three quarters. 

15, King Street, Soho. 

1780. 47 Portrait of a gentleman. 
335 do. do. 

1 78 1. 4 do. an officer. 

1789. 398 do. a celebrated boxer. 
{Humphries.) 

WHITCOMBE, J Painter. 

49, Clarendon Square. 
1 82 1. 275 A storm. 

WHITCOMBE, Thomas Painter. 

43, St. Mary Axe. 
1783. 173 Destruction of the Spanish 
floating batteriesat Gibraltar, 
Sep. 13, 1782, at night. 



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1796. 

1797. 
1798. 



of Southampton 



17^5- 417 Jersey pier, with a distant view 
of Elizabeth Castle. 

1787. 172 View of Bristol dock and Key. 
409 View of Sheemess. 

1788. 140 Fresh breeze off Dunnose, Isle 

of Wight. 

180 Entrance to Portsmouth Har- 
bour. 

248 A storm. 

376 Entrance 
River. 

1789. 387 The Belvedere East Indiaman, 

lying too off Dover for a 
pilot. 
393 Distant view of the Cape of 
Good Hope. 
24, Bridges St^ Covent Garden, 

1790. 266 Squall off the Cape of Good 

Hope. 
43 a Portrait of an East Indiaman 

off Dover. 
437 Storm in Table Bay, Cape of 

Good Hope. 

1 791. 407 A West Indiaman coming up 

the Channel. 
412 The Warren Hastings, East 
Indiaman, off Dover. 

1792. 213 Relief of Gibraltar; a frieze for 

a chimney-piece. 
2 1 7 Fleet of ships coming to anchor 

at Spithead. 
367 Ships in a gale of wind. 
^793- 34 The Wreck of the Britannia. 

Vide Falconer's Shipwreck. 
123 The departure of the Britannia 

from the port of Candia. 

Vide Falconer's Shipwreck. 

1794. 219 The entrance of Dome Castle, 

with a view of the town and 
harbour. 
237 Dover Castle, with a packet 
making the harbour. 

1795. 303 The Trinity Yacht with a view 

of the light-houses on the 
Caskets. 
4, New Millman Street^ 

Foundling Hospital, 
234 A storm. Castle Comet, Guern- 



sey. 
349 Theentrance of Conway, North 

Wales. 
10 View on the Coast of Kent. 
6, Constitution Ro^v^ 

Gray's Inn, 
278 The Victorious Battle gained 
over the Dutch by the Eng- 
lish, under the command of 
Viscount Duncan, Admiral 
of the Blue, the nth of 
October, 1797. 



72, Warren St.^Fitzroy Square, 

1 80 1. 524 Sea-piece. 

536 Sea-shore, calm. 

1802. 219 East Indiaman off the Cape of 

Good Hope. 
228 A fresh breeze at sea. 

1803. 22^ Ships at anchor; squall coming 

on. 

1804. 18 East India ships reefing top- 

sails; squall and rain off 
Table Land. 

1805. 80 His Majesty's fri^tes the Me- 

dusa, Indefatigable, Am- 
phion and Lively, chasing a 
squadron of Spanish frigates : 
the Medusa, Sir John Gore 
coming up with the Spanish 
commodore. 
92 His Majesty's frigates the Me- 
dusa, Indefatigable, Am- 
phion, and Lively, engaging 
four Spanish frigates: the 
la Mercedes a-stem ; the 
Spanish admiral blowing up. 

1807. 302 The shipwreck. 

5, Clarendon Square^ 

Somers Town. 

1808. 524 Plymouth Sound, a boat trawl- 

ing; the Victory and other 
line-of-battleships coming to 
anchor. 

SS6 The Victory sailing out of 
Portsmouth harbour. 

47, Clarendon Square, 

249 The Surat Castle, East India- 
man, of 1,200 tons, in a 
hurricane off the coast of 
South America in 1807. 

484 Dutch boats off Margate. 

236 Captain J. Brenton, of His 
Majesty's frigate Spartan, of 
44 guns, engaging a French 
Squadron, consistmg of the 
Ceres, frigate of 42 guns, 
Fame, corvette, 28 guns, 
I'Espervier, brig, 8 guns, 
Achilles, cutter, 10 guns, 
and eight gun boats, one 
twenty-four pounder in each, 
in the Bay of Naples, May 
3> 1810. 

1813. II A storm. 

674 Plymouth Sound, from the 

shore of Mount Edgecumbe. 

49, Clarendon Road, 

1 8 14. 214 Broadstairs pier. 

231 Dover pier, high water. 

1815. 162 Holyhead lighthouse. 

459 Elizabeth Castle, Island of 
Jersey. 



1810. 



1811. 
1812. 



252 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Whitcombe, Thomas — continued, 

1816. 54 A calm, Dutch boat. 

1 81 7. 224 His Majesty's ships Caroline 

and Piedmontese coining to 
anchor in the morning, after 
the capture of the island of 
Bonda by the boats com- 
manded by Sir C. Cole. 

4, Clarendon Square, 

1818. 35' View of Cape Town, Table 

Bay, Cape of Good Hope, 
with a seventy-four gun ship 
lying-to for convoy. 

1819. 443 A calm. 

1820. 820 Wreck of the Cabalva^ India 

ship, and the situation of 
the unfortunate crew, upon 
a sand bank, preparing the 
boat for sea, to find assist- 
ance to take them off. 

47, Clarendon Square, 

182 1. 284 Broad-stairs pier; a fishing- 

boat going to sea. 

1822. 192 Loo Rocks and Castle, Fun- 

chall Roads, Isle of Madeira. 

1823. 112 His Majesty's ship Venerable, 

of 74 guns, getting under 
weigh; a distant view of 
Southsea Castle and Ports- 
mouth. 

1824. 418 Mr. A. Nurse, of His Majesty's 

ship Tyne, engaging Two 
Piratical Vessels oflf Cuba, 
Sept. 30, 1822; after a de- 
sperate conflict of 20 min- 
utes, the Felucca was carried 
by boarding, and the schooner 
beat off. Sloop Eliza's force, 
one 18 lb. carronade and 24 
men: enemy's total force, 10 
guns and 77 men. 

WHITE. See Christopher and White, 
vol. ii, page 62. 

WHITE, A Painter. 

3, Foundling Terrace^ 

Gray's Inn Road, 
181 7. 627 Portrait of a lady. 

WH ITE, Miss Alice Painter. 

9, Campden Hill Gardens, 
1880. 920 The castle by the sea. 

WHITE, Arthur C Sculptor. 

8, Percy Street. 

1898. 1901 Elsie Venner; head. 

44, Navarino Road^ Hackney, 

1899. 1898 Miss Ross; bust. 



1899. 1989 Portrait-bust. 
2002 Fantasy; relief. 

93, Clifton Hill, N. W. 

1900. 1932 My father; bust. 

1 941 " At a solemn music; " relief. 

1902. 1642 Isabella; bust. 
1660 The witch of Atlas. 

1903. 1847 Alpha and Omega; group. 

1904. 1693 Three generations; group. 

WHITE, C Painter. 

Lincoln 

and Lamias Conduit Street. 
1851. 278 Lincoln Cathedral from the 

south east 
1855. 1171 West gable of nave, St. Gudule, 
Brussels. 

WHITE, Mrs. C Painter. 

Mrs. White, 

Gloucester Street North, 
1809. 156 A landscape — sunset. 

47, Warren Street. 
181 1. 4*3 A view in Westmoreland. 

7, Bolton Street, Chelsea. 
1824. 54 Clearing off after a storm. 

WHITE, Clement Painter. 

102, Adrian Terrace, 

West Brampton. 
1889. 969 Wimbledon Common. 

WHITE, C. G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1831. 611 White rock, Hastings. 

WHITE, D. ... Painter and Sculptor. 

1864. 881 The Deluge. 

27, Upper Cumming Street, 

Pentonville. 

1868. 39 My portrait (picture). 

1869. 278 The head of a black (picture). 

WHITE, Daniel Thomas Painter. 

15, Upper Gloucester Place. 

1864. 354 Town. 
355 Country. 

1865. 368 Advice gratis. 

20, Boundary Road, 

1866. 521 "None but the brave deserve 

the fair.'* 
74, Henman Street, 

Oxford Street, 

1869. 754 Early troubles. 

1870. 478 "When Beau Fielding, a 

mighty fine gentleman, was 
courting a lady, whom he 
afterwards married, he treated 



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253 



her and her companion, at 
his lodgings, to a supper 
from the tavern, and after 
supper they sent out for a 
fiddler. Fancy the three in 
a great room in Covent 
Garden orSoho, some grapes 
and a bottle of Florence 
wine on the table, and the 
honest fiddler playing old 
tunes in quaint old minor 
keys, as the Beau takes out 
one lady after the other, and 
solemnly dances with her." 
— Thackeray, 

15, Langham Street, 

187 1. 1079 I^r* Johnson at rehearsal. 

"When the Doctor fre- 
quented Garrick's theatre, 
and had the liberty of the 
scenes, he says, All the 
actresses knew me, and 
dropped me a courtesy as 
they went to the stage. It 
is a pretty picture in my 
mind of youth, folly, and 
gaiety, tenderly surveyed by 
wisdom*s merciful pure 
eyes." — Thackeray. 
23, Ruede la Chausske ^ Antin^ 
Paris^ 
and 74, Neuttnan Strut, 

1872. 993 "Le Malade Imaginaire," 

Acte ii, sc 6. " Thomas 
Dtafoirus SouiTrez done, 
mademoiselle, que j'appende 
aujourd'hui k I'autel de 
vos charmes Toffrande de ce 
coeur, qui ne respire et 
n'ambitionne autre gloire 
que d*etre toute sa vie votre 
treshumble et trfes-fidMe 
serviteur et mari." 

47, Leicester Square, 

1873. 5^^ Beau Fielding and the sham 

widow. Vide Wits and Beaux 
of Society by Wharton. 

41, Cathcart Road, 

1874. 148 Too late! 
1340 Lord Eliot. 

1 2, St, Mary's Terrace^ 

Paddington, 

1876. 949 Mrs. J. H. Matthews. 

1878. 272 Colonel Newcombe at the 
Charterhouse. " He wore the 
black gown of the pensioners 
of the hospital of Grey Friars, 
his order of the Bath was on 
his breast, he stood there 
amongst the poor brethren 



uttering the responses to the 

psalm." 
1878. 494 A portrait. 
1882. 166 Mrs. Master. 

WHITE, Mrs. E. A Painter. 

6, Park Roculy West Brompton, 

1867. 214 Phoebe. " * You are an invalid, 

I fear?' 'No, sir, I have 
very good health.' * But are 
you not always lying down? * 
*0 yes, I am always lying 
down, because I cannot sit 
up; but I am not an in- 
valid.' " — Mugby Junction, 

WHITE, Edward Richard ... Painter. 
Colehill Lane^ Fulkam, 
1864. 138 A grave digger. 

1868. 203 "What's it worth?" 

2, Queen^s Road IVest^ Chelsea, 

1871. 465 A Waterloo relic. 

835 Study of a marine store dealer; 
pen and ink. 
58, Barclay Rd., Walham Green, 

1872. 207 Victimized. 

^873. 338 A rarity to London, 1872; 

Arabs in pursuit. 
1874. 632 A School Board subject. 

1877, 990 A boat race incident. 

1878. 877 The story book. 

1880. 1443 Firewood choppers, Fulham 

Union. " Let not ambition 
mock their useful toil." 

1 88 1. 654 News from the Transvaal. 

1882. 791 God save the Queen! one of 

the old band. 

1886. 1 2 14 A sick gypsy child. 

1887. 1097 Miss Marjorie Creswick. 
1 89 1. 1248 Loyalists. 

1893. 1219 The descent of Venus. 
1898. 681 The Silent Sisters (a French 
penitential order). 
732 Sweets. 

1900. 1264 A Cottage at Witley. 

1 90 1. 632 Primrose morning. 

767 Feeding pigeons in the Guild- 
hall Yard. 

WHITE, Elcy Emlyn Architect. 

II, Bedford Row, 
1877. 1 195 Stabling at Highlands, Suffolk. 

WHITE, Miss Emilie. 

Miniature Painter. 
Annavillay 

Earlswood Road^ Belfast. 

1902. 1 143 Study of a head. 

1 175 Portrait of a lady. 



254 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WHITE, Ernest A Painter. 

Lindum House^ Anerley, 
1 90 1. 1245 Margery. 

WHITE, Miss Flora Painter. 

42, Linden Gardens, 
1887. too2 Study of flowers. 

WHITE, Miss Florence. 

Miniature Painter, etc. 
14, Beaumont Street^ 

Portland Place. 

1884. 758 The little messenger. 

70, Brompion Road, 

1885. 430 Mrs. Charles White. 

Bolton Studios, 
1887. 843 Chrysanthemums. 
1889. 713 Tulips. 

31, Rossetti Gardens, 
1 89 1. 377 La Promenade. 

8, Bolton Studios, 
1894. 657 Azaleas. 

1897. 1416 P^gie. 

1898. 1371 C. B. Fry, Esq. 

137a Mrs. Bertram Blount. 
1373 Miss Fanny Maddock. 
1455 Priscilla. 

1900. 1367 Mrs. Walter Richardson. 

1368 Baby, son of Coster Edwards, 

Esq. 

1369 Portrait of a child. 
1389 Phyllista. 

1 90 1. 553 Bertram Blount, Esq. 
1254 Miss Lena Ashwell. 

1902. 241 Peggy, daughter of Percy White, 

Esq. 
1 1 5 1 Portrait of a lady. 
1247 Mrs. Douglas Fox. 

1903. 1 120 Miss Lyall Wilson. 

1904. 631 Treasures. 

WHITE, F. G Painter. 

Victoria Place^ Taunton, 
1843. 5 An oak tree stricken by light- 
ning, September 7, 1842, on 
the manor of Orchard Port- 
man, near Taunton, Somer- 
setshire. 
3, Belle Vue Terrace^ 

Taunton, 
1848. 677 The connoisseur and weary 

boy. 
1857. 896 A lane scene — autumn. 

WHITE, George Painter. 

Hesswall^ Neston^ Cheshire, 

1885. 875 ''When summer and autumn 

blend." 

1886. 313 "Go not, happy day, from the 

shining fields." 



1887. 946 Autumn's palace paved with 

gold. 

1888. 495 The end of the year. 

1889. 45 "Autumn's sky is chill and 

drear: autumn's leaf is red 
and sear." 
Heswall^ Twyford^ 

near Winchester, 

1890. 704 Abinger Pond, Surrey. 

WHITE, George Harlow Painter. 

Cloisters^ Charterhouse, 

1842. 1230 Lovers* Quarrels. 

1843. ^2^7 Miss Emily Hickson. 

69 Dean Street, 

1845. lis Mrs. Nutter Gray. 

1846. 610 Perdita. "These are flowers 

of middle summer." 

1847. 428 Miss Rose Norman. 

19, Howland Street, 

1849. 52 Exeter at Powderham, from 

Middle Down. 
276 The Erme at Ivy Bridge, 
Devon. 

31, Newman Street, 

1850. 1278 The Tavy at Tavistock. 

185 1. 122 Beech trees, Windsor Park. 

6, East Parade^ Hastings. 

1853. 197 The Lake of Killarney. 

1854. 172 CommendaiT, or the Black 

Valley, Killarney. 
203 Tork river, Killarney. 

40, Cambridge Street, 
^855. 1338 A glade in Windsor Forest. 

1856. 390 Old Joe's Cabin. 

13, Bridge Row^ Pimlico, 

1857. 195 Bantry Bay. 

1858. 294 Luss, Loch Lomond. 

1859. 361 Thornton, Yorkshire. 
1862. 655 Bimam Wood. 

1864. 580 "Spring comes dancing forth, 
and nature laughs again." — 
Horace, 

Famham Royal ^ Slough, 
1 868. 105 " When daisies pied, and violets 
blue, etc." 
560 Bumham Beeches. 

2, Catherine Villa^ Windsor, 

1870. 540 The Lledr Valley. 

187 1. 74 Spoils from the orchard. 

61, Bridge Road^ 

Hammersmith, 
1873. 839 Windsor Castle from the 
meadows. 

WHITE, H Painter. 

Cloisters^ Charterhouse, 
1839. 113 A page. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1843. 698 Mrs. Alexander Manson. 



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255 



WHITE, H 

(An 

1805. 483 



• Hopley Painter. 

Honorary Exhibitor.) 

H. White, Junr. 

Ramsey Abbey, Huntingdon- 
shire. 

H. H. White, 

Castle Acre priory, Norfolk. 

A sketch upon the Usk. 

Croyland Abbey, Lincolnshire. 

A cript. 

59, Chancery Lane, 

Ifley church, near Oxford. 

Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Study from a very ancient oak 
in Luton Park. 

Portrait of a lady. 

P. North, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 
do. gentleman. 
H, H. White, Clapham. 

Ragland Castle, North Wales. 

Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Ragland Castle, Monmouth- 
shire. 
105, Great Titehfield Street. 

Daphne and Phillis. 

Ruth and Boaz. "Why have I 
found grace in thine eyes, 
etc:'— Ruth, ii, 10. 

The dawn of the Fine Arts: 
Tubal showing his lyre to 
Tubal Cain. — Gen.,iy, 2022. 

St. Paul praying with the Elders, 
before his departure from 
Miletus. " And they all wept 
sore, and fell on Paul's neck 
and kissed him." 



WHITE, Miss H. Mabel ... Sculptor. 
57, Linden Gardens, 

Bayswater, 

1898. 1955 Portrait of a girl; medallion. 

Stonehouse, 

Churchfield Road, Ealing, 

1899. 1944 Britomart panel; copper. 
1952 Mary; medallion. 

1 90 1. 1747 The thoughts of childhood; 

bust, marble. 

1 902 . 1 641 The sleep of Briinnhilde ; panel, 

copper. 

1903. 1859 St. John the Baptist; medallion, 

pewter. 

WHITE, Miss Isabel G Painter. 

2, Kensington Studios, 

Kelso Park, 
1894. 479 The first standard. 
1898. 955 Waiting. 



1806. 
1807. 

I8I0. 


359 
387 
572 
890 


I8II. 
I8I5. 


801 
(An 
611 


I8I6. 
I8I7. 
I8I8. 


590 
693 
633 


I8I9. 


m 
498 


1844. 
1847. 


IC02 

(An 
697 


1848. 
1852. 


454 

357 


1854. 


1128 


1856. 


3*5 



1899. 455 A wayside flower. 

1900. 245 We two. 
1902. \% Two of us. 



WHITE, J Painter. 

39, Dorset Square. 
18 1 9. 1 104 Buxton church, Derbyshire. 
1828. 170 Portrait of a student. 
901 Fenn Mill, Isle of Ely. 



rniT 


E, John, R.L Painter. 




Shere, near Guildford. 


1877. 


418 Labour o'er. 




564 The brook. 


1878. 


7S Old and young. 




1 364 "Where heaves the turf on many 




a mouldering heap." 


1879. 


546 Good-bye at the door. 


1880. 


1042 After the christening. 


1881. 


309 At a rustic wedding— waiting 




for the happy pair. 


1882. 


337 The mower. 




428 Silver and gold. 




857 By cooling stream. 




78, Park Road, 




Haverstock Hill. 


1883. 


379 The apple of his eye. 




717 Sunshine. 




812 Winter. 


1884. 


499 The herring harvest. 


1885. 


1004 " Surrey colts." 




1014 The eye of the master. 




Marine Cottage, Branscombe, 




Sidmouth. 


1886. 


49 Beer Head, Devon. 




330 Under the cliffs. 




686 Critics. 


1887. 


57 Dame Nature's school. 




331 A big one. 




485 Fish for the farm. 


1888. 


96 Making a clean sweep of him. 




693 Strayed. 


1889. 


582 The evening glow. 




588 The village beauty. 


1890. 


581 Ups and downs. 


1891. 


747 A marine store. 


1892. 


705 Daddie's boots. 


1893. 


825 The Judgement of Paris. 




Branscombe, near Axminster, 




E, Devon, 


1895. 


365 Haymaking in Devon. 




797 Branscombe fair. 


1896. 


312 "Be it ever so humble, etc." 




456 Autumn afternoon. 




493 Summer mom. 


1897. 


206 Morning on the hill. 




976 The evening hour. 


1898. 


767 A wayside well. 



256 



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White, John, RJ. — continued. 

1899. 462 The brook and the sea. 

1900. 520 Weed for the plots. 
663 Golden hours. 

1 90 1. 606 Branscombe Vale. 

WHITE, Mrs. John Painter. 

Mrs, White, 

Gloucester Street North, 
1809. 156 Landscape — sunset. 

47, Warren Street, 
181 1. 423 A View in Westmoreland. 

7, Bolton Street, Chelsea, 
1824. 54 Clearing off after a storm. 

WHITE, Miss Josephine M. 

Miniature Painter. 
Garden Studio, Manresa Road, 

1893. ^^3 Soldiers and civilians. 

1894. 1226 Miss Helen Green. 
1254 Miss Rowena Ashton. 

1895. 1 173 Miss Sylvia Arden. 

1896. 1295 Miss Lyons. 
1307 Miss Holland. 

1 321 Miss Constance Williams. 
1324 Winter; portrait of a lady. 
135 1 Portrait of a lady. 
1353 Iris. 

1897. 1474 Miss Eleanor Goldingham. 

1898. 395 Thethurifer. '* Pes meus stetit 

in directo, etc." 

WHITE, J. S Painter. 

14, Brownlow Street, 

1829. 393 Devotion. 

{T, S, White in the catalogue,) 

1830. 67 Worthing point from off Wor- 

thing. 
413 The Rev. W. H. Hendo- 
bourck. 



WHITE, J, 



1855. 176 



N 



1862. 


H» 


1867. 


4J8 

7.6 


1868. 


747 
759 


1869. 


«45 
690 




"*4 



Talmage Painter. 

T. White, Rochester House, 

Little Ealing, 

Corner of a French peasant's 
court-yard. 
2, Queen's Gate, Kensington, 

Monks waiting for the vesper 
bell, Amalfi. 

Amalfi. 

Ruins of the Temple of Her- 
cules, Capo di Sorrento. 

Fischetti's garden, Capri. 

Town of Capri, from the Wall 
of the Hundred Chambers. 

Moonlight and Twilight, Capri. 

Summer afternoon, Capri. 

The worship of Baal in high 
places. 



187 1. 14s The Temple of Paestum. 

JVo address. 
1375. 504 Villa of Catullus, Lago di 
Garda 

58, Old Bond Strtef. 
1876. 489 Capri, from the Valley of the 
Pines, Massa; morning 
effect. 
1883. 1085 A winter morning, Anacapri. 

Villa Valentine, Capri. 
1893. 9^ Capri, from Cape Campanella. 
i2o8 Olive trees at Limbo, Ana- 
capri. 

WHITE, Miss Olive L Sculptor. 

170, Queen* s Gate. 
1903. 1716 The Soul's uprising — group. 
'* Death with the might of 
his sunbeam, Touches the 
flesh and the soul awakes." 
— R, Browning. 

WHITE, P. G Painter. 

! (An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1S34. 570 Evening in autumn. 

i WHITE, R Painter. 

I At Mr, Medley's, 

j 52, ThrecLdneedle Street. 

I 1808. 103 Cottage girl going to service. 

WHITE, S Architect. 

4, Bury Street, Bhomsbury, 
1807. 1006 Design for a public museum. 

13, Stafford Street, Pimlico, 
18 14. 685 Design for an academy of arts. 

WHITE, Sydney W Painter. 

3, Old Market Place, Grimsby. 
1892. 298 An October evening on the 
Lincolnshire wolds. 

32, Great Ormond Street, 
1897. 94 Mrs. J. B. Fergusson. 

1900. 169 Mrs. Beech. 

1901. 124 Mrs. Adair Campbell. 

1902. 613 A bacchante. 

1903. i4« Captain B. Nugent Shaw. 

WHITE, W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 81 9. 559 View of the Rogfossen, or 
Smoke Waterfall in Upper 
Tellemarek, Norway, the 
highest fall of water in the 
world, being 970 feet per- 
pendicular, as lately ascer- 
tained by Esmark, Mineral- 
ogical Professor at Christi- 
ania, taken on the spot Au- 
gust, 181 7. 



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1819. 672 View from the top of the Krog- 
leven, looking over the plains 
of Ringeriger, near Christi- 
ania, Norway. 
684 The interior of an iron mine, 
near Arendal, Norway. 
New Street^ Dorset Square, 
1821. 503 Landscape, composition. 

WHITE, W Painter. 

19, Gloucester Terrace, 
1824. 569 Master Taylor. 
1 83 1. 930 Portrait of a lady. 

23, Warren Street, 
1836. 495 Group of children; portraits. 

18, Howland Street, 
1838. 674 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

WHITE, William, F,S,A,„, Architect. 
I, Seymour Chambers^ Adelphi. 

1852. 1 152 St. Peter^s Mancroft Church, 

Norwich, etc. 
39, Great Marlborough Street, 

1853. 1 194 Church of All Saints, Kensing- 

ton. 

2oa, Wimpole Street, 

i860. 667 Church of St. Nicholas, Sid- 
mouth. 

1866. 769 St. Saviour's Church, High- 
bury. 

1874. 1090 St. Mark's Church, Battersea 
Rise. 

WHITE, William Sculptor. 

Eshery Surrey. 

1863. 1 191 Mrs. Thomas White; medal- 

lion. 

1864. 884 Master H. J. Hive; medallion. 

1865. 1063 Portrait; medallion. 

1866. 1 02 1 May Queen. 

1868. 1082 Medallion portrait. 

1129 Massacre of the Innocents. 
1205 Sly boots. 

1869. 1068 Electrotype medallions of the 

Rev. J. E. Perrin and Mrs. 
Perrin, of Esher, Surrey. 
1178 H. W. Longfellow, Esq. 

1870. 1135 Hercules and Antaeus. 

1872. 1573 An aspirant; a portrait. 
1577 The betrothed; a portrait. 

1873. 1496 Little Wyllie: not lost, but 

gone before (posthumous 
bust). 

1874. 1494 Panthea and Abradates. "Pan- 

thea, having before provided 
herself with a sword, stabbed 
herself, and laying her head 
on her husband's breast, 
died. The nurse uttered a 

VIII. 



lamentable cry, and covered 
them both, as Panthea had 
directed." 

1874. 1587 "No, no, chicky!" 

1875. 1292 Mrs. Edwin Smith. 

1880. 1621 Maidenhood; ideal bust. 

33, Wellington Buildings^ 

Chelsea. 

1 88 1 . 1 5 1 2 Threescore years and ten ; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1882. 1678 "Yes"; bust, terra-cotta. 

1884. 1703 Medallion portrait; terra-cotta. 

1885. 2099 In memoriam, C. G. Gordon; 

bust. 

1886. 1904 Mrs. C. H. Spurgeon; medal- 

lion, terra-cotta. 
1908 The Rev. C. H. Spurgeon; 
medallion, terra-cotta. 

WHITE, William Henry... Architect. 
1870. 786 The Chiteau de Martinvael, 
near Cherbourg, for Baron 
Schickler. 
St, FauVs Chambers, 

Covent Gardens. 
1875. 99^ Chiteau de Bizy, near Vernon, 
France, for Baron Femand 
de Schickler. 

14a, Cavendish Place, 

1 90 1. 1681 Theeds' Wood, Bucks, etc. 

1902. 1445 Sunny Bank, Great Marlow. 
1904. 1432 10 1, Harley Street. 

146 1 Limehouse church Institute. 
{See also Moore and White, voL v, 
page 287.) 

WHITE (W. H.) and MOORE (Theo). 

Architects. 

2, Vere Street, W, 

1896. 1694 West Ham Technical Institute. 

WHITE, William Johnstone. 

Painter. 
13, Long Acre, 
1804. 338 Four subjects from Miss War- 
ren's poems, called "The 
Poet's Day; or. Imagina- 
tion's Ramble." 

2\, Bath Place. 
1 8 10. $11 Art directed and supported by 
Commerce; a commercial 
drawing. 
537 A frame containing three draw- 
ings. 

WHITE, W. Tatton Painter. 

KildarCy Southend-on-Sea. 

1898. 678 On the Letterfrack road, Co. 

Connemara. 

1899. 1030 Morning off St. Ives, Cornwall. 

LL 



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WHITBFORD, Sidney Trcfusis. 

Painter. 
S. Whiteford, 

57, Warwick Gardens. 

1869. 521 <*Then out and came his lady 

fair, 
The tear stood in her e'e; 
Says, stay at hame, my ain dear 

lord, 
O ! stay at hame wi' me." 
5. T. Whiteford, 

57, Warwick Gardens. 

1870. 662 Fresh acquisitions. 

5, Stanford Road^ Kennington. 

1875. 684 Hyacinths. 
701 do. 

St fatness House ^ 

Kennington Square. 

1876. 813 Still life. 
819 Camellias. 

86s Study of flowers. 

20, Gordon Place. 



1880. 


838 British birds. 




909 Plover. 


I88I. 


606 Widgeon. 




646 From the moors. 


WHITEHEAD, Miss Elizabeth. 




Painter. 




5, Lansdowne Terrace^ 




Leamington. 


1886. 


I $2 Christmas roses. 


1889. 


1083 Wall flowers. 


1890. 


276 Stocks. 


1892. 


848 do. 




916 French marigolds. 


1893. 


382 Wallflowers. 


1895. 


99 Chrysanthemums. 


1896. 


6s do. 




45a Roses. 


1898. 


679 Winter cherries. 


1900. 


779 Violets. 




802 Christmas roses. 



> 



WHITEHEAD, Miss Prances M. 

Painter. 
Shustoke Vicarage^ 

Coleshill^ Birmingham. 
1896. 1263 Field clover. 



WHITEHEAD, Frederick ... Painter. 
Lansdowne Terrace^ 

Leamington. 

1 88 1. 199 An autumn afternoon. 

1882. 2s The river Avon at Bidford. 

1883. 1464 Late Autumn. 

1885. 291 The river near Leamington. 



1886. iioi At Waterville, Co. Kerry. 

1887. 80 Landscape near Leamington. 

1889. 70 "The waving sedges play with 

wind." 

1890. 846 A frosty morning. 

1892. 6 An Autumn evening. 
8 Street Scene, Algiers. 

29, Tavistock Roady 

Westbimme Park. 

1893. 587 Tess of the D'Urbervilles' an- 

cestral home. 
761 The marshes at Winchelsea. 

1894. 94 Purbeck Hills, from the Frome. 

6, Wells Street, Oxford Street. 
1^95* 531 Out of sight of the works of 

man. 
1896. s^S Autumn Floods. 

1898. 172 Heather, gorse, and sand 
296 Poole Harbour. 

1899. 331 The gipsie's home. 

347 The river near Bere Regis. 
353 Black Hill, Dorset. 
720 Near Poole Harbour. 
1902. 7S2 A distant view of Poole. 



WHITEHEAD, G Architect. 

Cadogan Place, Chelsea. 
1834. 1024 Entrance to a royal palace. 

WHITEHEAD, J Painter. 

20, Leadenhall Street. 
1807. s*o Portrait of a lady. 

WHITEHEAD, Joseph Sculptor. 

The Studios, 

Vincent Square, 

Westminster. 
1889. 2016 George Stephenson meditating 
on the locomotive; statue. 

1893. 1670 The late Rev. C. H. Spurgeon; 

bust. 

1894. 1741 Alfred, Lord Tennyson; bust. 
1777 Alex. Harvey, M.D.; bust, 

marble. 

1895. 16 IS The late Archbishop Knox, 

Primate of Ireland; bust, 
marble. 
1642 The late Dr. Kilgour of Aber- 
deen, N.B.; bust 



WHITEHEAD, T Architect. 

6, New Road. 
1 814. 710 Design for a park entrance. 

9, Canonbury Place. 
182 1. 1043 Design for a cross at Kenning- 
ton. 



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WHITBHOUSE, Arthur E. 

Painter. 
1 2, Lanier Road Lewishatn. 
1883. 861 North Ambulatory, Westmin- 
ster Abbey. 
1888. 780 Low tide — Bognor. 

WHITBHOUSE, Miss Sarah B. 

Painter. 
1 2, Rue de la Grande^ 

Chaumtkre^ Paris. 

1893. 547 Bo-peep. 

1 2, Lanier Road^ Lewishatn. 

1894. 636 An interior. 

WHITBLAW, Frederick William. 

Painter. 
9, Woronzow Road^ N, W. 

1 88 1. 799 A London suburb. 

WHITBLEY, John William. 

Painter. 
59, St. Mark's Road^ Leeds. 

1882. 1 041 Under the cliffs. 

1883. 1050 Summer weather. 
1885. 988 In pleasant pastures. 
1894. 521 An idyll. 

1896. 378 A lullaby. 

1897. 195 Miss Annette Gardiner. 

1898. 389 A sail. 

1899. '9* Toil and prayer. 

StaveUy vid Leeds. 

1900. 310 Enid Mary Whitely. 

WHITESIDE, Miss R. Cordelia. 

Miniature Painter. 
22, Warwick Road. 
1892. 1378 Nora, daughter of the Rev. 
F. L. Warleigh, R.N. 
13, Chaucer Mansions^ W. 
1900. 1444 Horace Mayhew, Esq. 
cfoA. Walker, 

118, New Bond Street. 
1904. 1 121 Miss F. le M. Tupper. 
1 1 35 Miss Evelyn Bell. 

WHITFIELD, Mrs. Florence W. 

Painter. 

53, Charlotte Street, 

Edgbaston, Birmingham. 
1888 828 Anemones in Venetian glass. 
72, Heathfield Road, 

Handsworth, Birmingham. 
1904. 664 Wind flowers; anemones. 

WHITFIELD, Miss Helen... Painter. 

Eskdaie, Wimbledon Park. 
1890. 861 A side street in Clovelly. 



WHITFIELD (R. O.) and THOMAS 

(J. A.) Architects. 

20, Cockspur Street. 
1889. 1 82 1 Hawkshill, Fetcham. 

WHITING, Miss Ada. 

Miniature Painter. 
Cromwell Buildings, 

Melbourne, Australia. 
1900. 1478 Portrait of a child. 
1490 do. lady. 



WHITING, Fred Painter. 

2, Aubrey Road, N. 
1893. Hi» Doomed. 

22, Park Village East. 
1900. 1620 6th Dragoons leaving Albert 
Docks for South Africa. 



WHITING, Onslow E Sculptor. 

22, Greenwood Road, Hackney. 
1895. 1632 St. George slays the dragon; 
relief. 
333, Amhurst Road, 

Stoke Neivington. 
1897. 1983 Design for athletic challenge 
shield; bronze. 
2081 Design for electric light 
bracket. 
31, Cantlowes Road, 

Camden Square. 
1901. 1730 Field guns going into action — 
Colenso; relief. 
1774 Board of bell-pushes, finger- 
plates, etc. 
4, North Villas, 

Camden Square. 
1903. 1817 A young minstrel; statuette. 

WHITLEY, G Painter. 

154, BalPs Pond Road. 
1868. 53 Footbridge near Edmonton. 

707 Meadows with Tottenham old 
church. 



WHITLEY, Miss Kate Mary, RJ. 

Painter. 
39, Lower Hastings Street, 

Leicester. 

1884. 991 Stones and fossils. 

1885. 1450 Flowers and shell. 

Fern House, South Wigton, 

Leicester. 

1886. 1264 Minerals and fossils. 

1889. 1530 Study of fossils and minerals. 
1892. 1282 Cornelians. 



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WHITLEY, W Gem Engraver. 

5/. Martin* s U- Grand, 

1784. 249 A frame containing Prometheus, 

Ariadne, and the fall of 
Rosamond. 

1785. 361 Euphrosyne and the portrait of 

a lady. 

1786. 269 Frame containing a cameo bust 

of his Royal Highness the 
Prince of Wales, and two 
Intaglio busts with impres- 
sions. 

1787. 372 Frame containing two cameos, 

a Moor's head, and a crucifix. 

1788. 277 Frame containing two Intaglios, 

portraits, and three cameos. 

1789. 577 Frame containing two In- 

taglios, with impressions, 
figure of Envy and a head 
of Cupid. 

1790. 379 Portrait of a Spanish nobleman 

(impression intaglio). 
676 A Cameo portrait of his Ma- 
jesty, an oriental onyx, and 
a cameo portrait of Mrs. 
Billington; cornelian onyx. 



WHITLEY, William T Painter. 

32, Talbot Road, IV. 

1887. 937 A girl's head. 

1888. 874 "The level waste, the round- 

ing grey." 
952 GirPs head in profile. 

158, £/gin Avmue, 

1 89 1. 834 A quiet corner. 
843 An interior. 

5, Barrington Road^ Brixton, 

1892. 795 An interior. 

1893. 22 Sunshine and shadow. 
408 A quiet afternoon. 

78, Alexandra Road, 

St, John's Wood 
1900. 497 An interior. 



WHITMARSH, Mrs. T. H. (Eliza). 

Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1840. 306 Frightened horses. 

Blackheath, 

1842. 1160 Ponies belonging to Charles 

Vignole, Esq. 

1843. 18 La Esmeralda. 
391 Laurentia. 

1 7, Great Marlborough Street, 

1846. 1 147 King James and Lord Glen- 

varloch. — Fortunes 0/ Nigel, 
4, Cavendish Square, 

1847. 863 The Country horse-fair. 



Mrs. Whitmarsh, 

4, Cavendish Square. 

1850. 872 Miniature of an old Italian 

greyhound. 

185 1. 450 Landscape. 

WHITMORE, Bryan Painter. 

Halliford, Shefperton. 

1882. 950 Cromer. 

1883. 98s Dunkirk. 

1884. iioi Old Lizard Head. 

1886. 513 Dunottar Castle. 

1887. 1 178 The flowing tide. 
1299 Stonehaven harbour. 

1889. 1275 A south-easter. 
1353 Caister. 

1 89 1. 1387 Norfolk coast 

Southwold, Suffolk. 

1892. 1218 Lindisfame. 

Shepperton-on- Thames. 
1897. 1242 Bude Sands. 

WHITMORE, William R. ... Painter. 
Newlyn, Penzance. 

1894. 119 A moonlit lane. 
578 Winding the clock. 

WHITNEY, Miss Elanche M. 

Miniature Painter. 
13, Great College Street , 

Westminster. 

1885. 1668 Fraulein Halse. 
1891. 1479 Dr. N. Scott Whitney. 

66, South Lambeth Road, 

1895. 1256 W. G. Aim^ Esq. 

WHITTAKER, J. W Painter. 

Ffrith Cottage, Llanwrst, 

N. Wales. 

1870. 208 On the river Conway, in Wales. 
360 Near Festiniog, North Wales. 

1 87 1. 57 A rough road over the moors. 

WHITTAKER, T. L Painter. 

65th Regiment. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1831. 627 Portrait of a lady. 

WHITTAKER, W., Junr. 

Miniature Painter. 
13, Great Russell Street, 
1827. 750 Portrait of a lady. 
766 do. do. 

WHITTET, David Architect. 

72, Ladbroke Grove, 
1903. 1541 Decoration for a drawing room. 



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WHITTING, H. J Architect. 

27, New Bond Street. 
1S35. 905 The Town hall and markets at 
Penzance, Cornwall. 



WHITTING, T., Junr Painter. 

8, Gloucester Terrace, 

Whitechapel. 
1818. 772 Portrait of himself. 



WHITTINGTON, William G. 

Painter. 
The Anchorage^ 

Clarendon Road^ 

Ashfordy Middlesex. 
1904. 1023 Fair weather. 



WHITTLE, Thomas, Senr. 

Painter. 
3, CanUerwell Lane, 

1863. 161 A bit from the plum tree. 

1864. 203 Chepstow Castle. 



WHITTLE, Thomas, Junr. 

Painter. 
Bexley^ Kent. 

1866. 346 Fallen beauties. 

1867. 299 The road to the valley. 

1868. 121 The moonlight hour. 
417 Palmy days of spring. 

Rose Cottages^ South Croydon. 
1872. 103 The High Tor, Matlock. 



WHITTON, E Gem Engraver. 

At Mr. Robert's, 

Old Round Court, Strand. 
^nS' 340 A gem, with its impression, re- 
presenting the punishment 
of Prometheus. 
341 Portrait of a gentleman; an 
impression. 
At Mr. Burges^s, 

46, Maiden Lane, 

Covent Garden. 
1777. 369 A frame with impressions, viz.: 
An atchievement designed 
for a gentleman's coat of 
arms; a Head of Narcissus; 
a monumental design with a 
portrait; The Comic Muse. 
Jamaica. 
1780. 231 The merciful Samaritan, cast 
from a gem. 
{F. Whitton in the index, E. Whitton 
in the catalogue.) 



WHITWBLL, Francis A. 

Architect. 
139, Oxford Street. 
1 90 1. 1564 House near Penn, Bucks. 
1565 do. do. 

WHITWBLL, Miss Painter. 

South Crescent, 

Bedford Square, 
1S15. 539 Portrait of a lady. 

8, Russell Square. 
1820. 321 View of the Agricultural and 
Manufacturing Villages of 
Unity and Mutual Co-opera- 
tion, etc. 

WHITWELL, T. Stedman. 

Architect. 
Mare Street, Hackney. 

1806. 794 North-east view of St Michael's 

Church, Coventry. 

3, Camden Row. 

1807. 993 Design for a country hall and 

gaol. 
9, Water Street, Blackfriars. 

1810. 863 County depot. 

ArcMtecfs Office, 

London Docks. 

181 1. 802 St. Michael's church, Coventry. 
836 St. Mary's Hall, Coventry. 

S. Whitwell, 

35, Cannon Street. 

1820. 93* The New Library, St. Philip's, 

Birmingham. 
18, Picket Street, Temple Bar. 

1 82 1. 961 Chapel, Carr's Lane, Birming- 

ham. 
984 Public Library, Coventry, etc. 
28, Grosvenor Place. 

1822. 878 The state Gallery for St. 

Michael's church, Coventry. 
975 Interior of a chapel. 

WHITWORTH, Charles H. 

Painter. 
Albert Chambers, Birmingham. 
1884. 884 A weedy pond. 

WHITWORTH, Miss H. ... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
18 14. 526 Butterflies from nature. 
535 do. do. 

WHYMPER, Charles Painter. 

8, Primrose Hill Studios. 
1882. 935 A wild cat trap. 

55, Fitzroy Road. 
1884. 1 09 1 Elephants at early dawn. 



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Whympcr, Charles — continued, 

1885. 493 The old mill at Houghton-on- 

the-Ouse. 
18, Princes Street^ 

Cavendish Square. 
1 89 1. 1206 The Eagle. "He clasps the 
crag with crooked hands, 
etc. " — Tennyson. 
1893. 1 165 A snared hare. 

WHYMPER, F Painter. 

4, Lambeth Terrace. 
1859. 1178 Netley Mill, Shere, Surrey. 

Town HousCy Haslemere. 
i860. 800 Near Haslemere, Surrey. 
1861. 861 The Seine, from Chateau Gail- 
lard. 

WHYMPER, Josiah Wood, RJ. 

Painter. 
/. W. Whimper, 

20, Canterbury Place, 

Lambeth, 

1844. 903 Stonehenge. 
1003 Shanklin Chine. 

1845. 1086 Shore at Luccombe, Isle of 

Wight 

1846. 944 Luccombe Chine. 

1847. 9^4 Beeches, Purley Downs, near 

Croydon. 

1849. 698 Windsor Castle, from Datchet 

Meadows. 
914 Evening. 
952 Pont-y-pair, Bettws-y-Coed, 

North Wales. 

1850. 897 Windsor Castle, from the Great 

Park. 
/. W, Whymper, 

4, Lambeth Terrace, 

1853. 860 Berkeley Castle. 

1854. 671 Dartford Common. 

WHYMPER, Mrs. J. W. (Emily). 

Painter. 

Haslemere, Surrey, 

1877. 661 Carnations. 
803 Pansies. 

1878. 664 Hollyhocks. 

WHYTE, Edward Towry... Architect. 
31, Charing Cross, 

1886. 1743 House at Coombe, near 

Shaftesbury. 
1889. 1983 House at Coombe, near 
Shaftesbury, the hall. 

WHYTE, John G Painter. 

Eastwood, Helensburgh, 
1877. 743 Convolvulus. 



1879. 673 Apple blossom. 

1883. 904 Midsummer. 

1885. 1367 Silver birches. 

1886. 1268 Hill pasture. 

WHYTE, William Patrick ... Painter. 
1 1, Quai Bourbon, Paris, 
1883. 443 In St. Mark's, Venice. 

4, Primrose Hill Studios. 
1885. 1964 Choir stalls, St. Peter's church, 

Perugia. 
1888. 723 La Giralda, tower of the 
Cathedral at Seville. 

WHYTELL, Ann Painter. 

Liverpool, or at Mr, Teafs 
in James Street, 

Covent Garden, 
1776. 322 A piece, of shells. 

323 do. do. in water 

colours. 

WICHE, J Miniature Painter. 

12, Beech Street, Barbican. 
181 1. 614 W. Foster, Esq. 
18 13. 506 Miss Johnson. 

265, High Holbom. 

1815. 572 Portrait of a lady. 

1816. 612 G. H. Moore, Esq. 

7, Beech Street, Barbican, 

1 81 8. 635 Portrait of a lady. 

748 do. gentleman. 

1819. 751 do. do. 
879 do. lady. 

1820. 836 do. do. 
850 Mrs. Dixon. 

1821. 756 Portrait of a gentleman. 
902 Miss Griffiths. 

98, Pleet Street, 

1823. 659 Mrs. P. Mallandain. 

1824. 686 Portrait of a child. 

18, High Row, Knightsbridge, 
1826. 698 Portrait of a gentleman. 
709 A. Saunders. 



WICKENS, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1813. 581 View of the interior of Salis- 
bury Cathedral. 

WICKHAM, William Architect 

Putney, Surrey. 
1772. 279 Elevation of the south front of 
a villa, for a person of dis- 
tinction. 
Mortimer Street, 

Cavendish Square, 
i77S» 34* Elevation of a villa; designed 
for a gentleman in Norfolk. 



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21, Margaret Street^ 

Cavendish Square. 

1776. 324 Elevation of a shooting casine. 

Norton St., Portland Chapel. 

1779. 348 South front of a design for a 

villa. 

1780. 385 Design for a casine. 

25, Strand. 
1 782. 434 Design for a villa. 
1784. 403 do. theatre. 

Walworth, Surrey. 
1787. s^4 Design for a museum. 

WICKSON, Paul G Painter. 

47, Grove Hill Road, S.E. 
1882. 382 A graduate. 

WICKSTBED, C. F Painter. 

C. Wicksteed, 

Union Court, Holbom. 

1802. 327 View in Devonshire. 
589 do. near Dulwich. 

864 do. of Child's Hill, near 
Hampstead. 
C F. Wicksteed, 

13, Upper Union Court, 

Holbom. 

1803. S^^ View near Richmond. 
567 do. near Lewisham. 

1804. 259 do. in Greenwich. 
261 A study from Nature. 

1805. 72 A View at Hampstead. 
213 do. Lewisham. 

1806. 180 Landscape, with smugglers. 
256 A View m Surrey. 

284 A landscape and figures. 

1807. 299 A landscape — Morning. 
766 A View in Kent. 

1808. 656 Landscape and figures. 
664 Cottagers moving goods. 

C F. Wickstead, 

13, Upper Union Court, 

Holbom. 

1 810. 56 A View in Kent. 

C. F Wickstead, Junr., 
13, Upper Union Court, 

Holbom. 

181 1. 159 View of a bridge over the Anio 

at Tivoli. 
509 View near Egham, Surrey. 

181 2. 317 A Cottage. 
750 Landscape. 

18 14. 332 Ruins at Canterbury. 

C. F Wicksteed, 

Denmark Street, Soho. 

1815. 241 A landscape. 

1 81 6. 227 do. 

181 7. 288 do. 

543 View at Otford, Kent. 

1 8 18. \^\ do. at Canterbury. 



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I8I9. 


S View of the Pont Royal, Paris. 


1820. 


419 A storm. 


1822. 


398 View of Richmond from Twick- 




enham. 


1823. 


133 View in Essex. 




365 do. atNorthfleet. 


1824. 


486 Distant view of Dorking, Surrey. 


1825. 


294 View near Gravesend. 


1827. 


512 Scene in Kent. 




13, Tavistock Street. 


1828. 


216 A river scene. 


1829. 


979 Windsor Town and Castle. 




86, Sirafid. 


I83I. 


376 The show booth. 




12, Catherine Street, Strand. 


1832. 


419 The dancers on stilts. 




461 A street in London. 


1833. 


595 The wedding. 




952 A Fair. 


1834. 


246 A carnival. 




1009 Sailors ashore. 


1836. 


303 The juggler. 




914 The country theatre. 


1837. 


239 The fountain. 




477 The balloon. 


1838. 


1 108 An Election. 


1839. 


450 Quarter-day. 




588 Harvest Home. 




271, Strand. 


1841. 


1 1 34 Andromeda; an impression 




from an intaglio. 


1843. 


1 175 The Tower Wharf. 


1844. 


500 Returning from church. 




1 165 A sailor's wedding. 


1846. 


1282 The Tower Wharf. 


WICKSTBED, James. 




Gem Engraver. 




Mays Buildings, 




St. Martin's Lane. 


1779- 


349 A frame with two impressions, 




viz. : Olympia, from Cipriani; 




Device, with an arms. 




/. Wickstead, 




I, Suffolk Street, 




Charing Cross. 


1781. 


276 Frame with impressions, viz.: 




Head of Faustina, figure of 




Hope, and a Cupid. 




8, Henrietta Street, 




Covent Garden. 


1782. 


265 Frame with casts: Circe and 




Ulysses — Head of Junius 




Brutus — Head of Cicero — 




Head of Michael Angelo — 




Portrait of a naval oflScer. 




/. Wicksteed. No address. 


1799. 


1079 A frame with impressions. 




Union Court, Holbom. 


1802. 


74« A crucifix; an impression. 



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Wicksteed, James — continued. 

1802. 74a Don Quixote; an impression. 
/. Wickstead, 

Union Courts Holbom. 

181 1. 704 Portrait of a blood mare, in 

the possession of — Keller- 
man, Esq. 

1812. 643 Portrait of H.R.H. the Prince 

Regent; a composition im- 
pression from a gem. 
644 Dr. Johnson. 

/. Wicksteed. 

Union Courts Holbom, 

18 1 3. 556 Head of Ceres; an impression 

from a gem. 
1815. 138 The effect of the fire-ships; as 
exhibited on the Serpentine 
river, August i, 18 14. 
844 An impression from an intaglio 
of Marshal Blucher. 

Denmark Street^ Soho, 
1818. 984 The Duke of Wellington. 

1820. 979 An impression from an intaglio, 

after the antique. 

182 1. 1025 Alexander and Bucephalus, 

from the antique; impres- 
sion from an intaglio. 

1822. 954 Head of Dr. Johnson; impres- 

sion from an intaglio. 

1823. toil Head of Ceres; impression 

from an intaglio. 

1824. 921 Andromeda; impression from 

an intaglio. 

WIBGAND, W. Paul Painter. 

1S54. 953 Wounded snipe. 

WIENER, C Medalist. 

83, Ebury Street, 

1863. II 10 Prize medal, France, 
nil Medal, Van Dyke. 

nil do. H.R.H. Prince Albert. 

111 3 do. P. G. C. Von Genson. 

1 1 14 do. The King of the Nether- 

lands. 

1 115 Medal, Stephen's Cathedral, 

Vienna. 

1 116 Medal, Alexander Herzen. 

1 1 17 do. Interview of the Kings 

of Holland and Belgium. 

11 18 Prize Medal, Holland. 

1 1 19 Medal, Notre Dame Cathedral, 

Paris. 

1 1 20 Cameo portrait. 

1 121 Medal, the Kings of Holland 

and Belgium. 

23, Cambridge Street, 

1864. 972 Frame of 24 medals. 

9, Queen^s Gardens^ Hyde Park. 
1874. 1474 Frame of nine medals. 



WIENER, Leopold Sculptor. 

23, Cambridge Street, 
1864. 882 Samson breaking his bonds. 



WIENS. SiecrfH^r!. M. Pflint#»r. 




Hilkrest, Eaton Road, Sutton, 


1893. 


574 A trout-stream. 


1894. 


850 Mrs. Freiligrath Kroeker. 




I, Westwood Park, 




Forest Hill. 


1895. 


316 A sunrise. 


1896. 


394 Portrait of a lady. 




878 The old still. 




19, Honor Oak Roeui, 




Forest HiU. 


190I. 


603 Fairy tales. 




5, Bolton Studios, 


1902 


56 Shena and Sara. 



WIG AN, Miss Bessie Painter. 

16, Westboume Square. 
1888. 1 145 " Lead, kindly light." 

WIGAND, F. H Painter. 

I, New Broad Street, 

Finsbury. 
1846. 164 A Roman fruit seller. 
719 A scene in Rome. 

WIGG (F.) and POWNALL (G.) 

Architects. 
7, Bedford Row. 

1840. 978 Design for the Royal Ex- 

change, etc. 

1 84 1. 103 1 Design, Liverpool Assize 

Courts. 
1084 View of Library, etc., for the 
Hon. Society of Gray's Ina 

1842. 993 Pension room, etc., for Hon 

Society of Gray's Inn. 

1843. 1262 View of Chambers for the 

Worshipful Society of Staple 
Inn. 

1844. 1 127 Lodge and Gates, etc.. Staples 

Inn. 

1845. "^7 Design for Somerset County 

Lunatic Asylum. 

WIGG, SON and OLIVER. 

Architects. 
7, Bedford Row. 
1859. 1 151 New Schools in Theobald's 
Road, etc. 

WIGG, OLIVER and HUDSON. 

Architects. 
7, Bedford Row. 
1896. 1784 Public Library and Baths, 
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WIGGINS, Carleton Painter. 

Sf, IveSf ComwalL 

1896. 444 A lowery day. 

608 Pastures by the sea. 

1897. 357 In Holland Pastures. 

WIGHT, Miss Adelaide. 

Miniature Painter. 
Avonhead^ 

152, Anerley Road^ Anerley, 
1899. 1261 Portrait of a lady. 
1901. 1365 "Baby." 

Redrttth^ Church Road ^Horley, 
1904. 1254 Dorothy. 

WIGHTON, J Painter. 

36, London Street, 
1863. 669 The little messenger. 
1866. 221 Summer. 
223 Winter. 

WIGHTWICK, George W.... Painter. 
2, Duke Street, AdelphL 
1828. 10 1 5 View of the Bell tower of 
Florence Cathedral. 

WIGSTEAD, H Painter. 

47, Gerrard Street, Soho, 

1784. 398 Poet and bookseller. 
407 Manager and actor. 

1785. 487 Traffic — Jews buying old 

clothes. 
557 The back of the boxes at the 

theatre, Covent Garden. 
582 The history of John Gilpin, as 

read by Mr. Henderson. 

1 786. 59 A country vicar's fireside. 

409 View near Freshwater in the 
Isle of Wight, with smug- 
glers landing their cargo. 

1787. 418 A mad dog. 

1788. 78 Rural felicity. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Mr, Wigstead. 
1798. 392 A View of Penmanmawr. 

515 A View in New Forest, Hants. 

WILBEE, Miss Christian M. 

Miniature Painter. 
51, Belsize Avenue, Hampstead. 

1903. 1264 Katie. 

1904. 1 21 8 George Smith, Esq. 

WILBERFOSS, T. C Painter. 

/. C. Wilberfoss, 

22, Nassau Street, 
1873. 119s Watton Abbey, East Yorkshire. 

VIII. 



T, C. Wilberfoss, 

22, Nassau Street. 
1874. 1 2 10 The house of Jacques Coeur, 
Bourges. 

1876. 1078 Church of St. Nicholas, Caen. 

11, Cletnenfs Inn. 

1877. 1 177 The old Hall, Gainsborough. 

WILD, Charles Painter. 

At Mr. Malton's, 

103, Long Acre. 

1803. 917 The entrance to Peckwater 

Square, Christ Church Col- 
lege, Oxford. 
923 The library of Christ-Church 
College, Oxford. 
C. Wilde. 

28, Queen^s Road, Pimlico. 

1804. 668 Principal quadrangle of St. 

James's palace. 
C. Wild, 

Little Charlotte Street. 

1805. 683 Part of the east side of the 

cloisters of Westminster 
Abbey. 

754 North front of Westminster 
Abbey. 

773 South front of Westminster 
Abbey. 
1808. 392 East front of York Cathedral. 

476 The west front of York Cathe- 
dral. 

12, Arabella Row. 
1 8 10. 800 The Deanery of Wells. 

WILD, F. Percy Painter. 

Bramley Grange, 

Thome, near Leeds. 

1889. 795 The flute player. 

954 The flowers that bloom in the 

spring. 
987 Homewards. 
1087 "Missed." 

1890. 349 Fun. 

1 89 1. 386 Feeding time. 

Montague House, 

Great Marlow. 

1892. 787 At the Rendezvous. 

The Studios, Great Marlow. 

1895. 672 Happy days with old Father 

Thames. 

1896. 971 A lesson in punting. 

1897. 626 The morning swim. 

1900. 179 "Twas in the summer-time so 

sweet." 
928 In sight. 

1 90 1. 307 Enthusiasts. 
509 The innocents. 

1902. 31 Iris and Vera, daughters of 

F. Ford, Esq. 

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WILD, J. W Architect. 

35, Albemarle Street, 

1838. 1085 Design for Church on Black- 

heath Hill. 

130, Piccadilly, 

1839. 1 1 24 St. Lawrence Church, South- 

ampton. 

1840. 1030 Church, Streatham. 
1050 Church at Paddington. 

103, St, MartirCs Lane, 
1850. 1 1 28 St. Martin's Northern School, 
Long Acre, etc. 

1 2, Cunningham Place, 
1870. 813 Consulate Buildings, Alex- 
andria, Egypt. 

WILD, Mrs. See Miss Eliza Goodall, 
vol. ii, page 265. 

WILD AY, Charles Painter. 

6, London Street^ 

Cambridge Terrace, 
1855. 848 Miss Manly. 

WILDE, Mrs. Amy. 

Miniature Painter. 
27, Grove Street^ Liverpool, 
1891. 1456 Lady Henry Fitzgerald. 

WILDE, Miss Elizabeth M. 

Painter. 
84, Lexham Gardens, 

Kensington. 
1904. 506 The mill leat. 

WILDE, Samuel De. See D, vol. ii, 
pages 317-319- 

WILDMAN, John R Painter. 

59, Cotton St., East India Rd, 
1823. 298 Study from nature. 

104, Hatton Garden, 
1828. 168 Mrs. Wildman. 

365 The Rev. Dr. Styles. 

7, Newgate Street, 
1830. 176 Portrait of a lady. 

28, Beaumont Square, 

Mile End Road, 

1837. 532 Portrait of himself. 

1838. 248 C. H. Turner, Esq. 

1839. 50 Marquess Camden, K.G. 

515 The Countess of Brecknock in 
the Coronation robes as 
Baroness Camden. 

WILDS, A. H Architect. 

H, Wilds, 

Western Pavilion, 

Brighton, 
1830. 1019 Royal Park Crescent, Worthing. 



1830. 1038 Town of Milton on Thames, 

near Gravesend. 
1066 Mansion of Clandon Park, for 
Earl of Onslow. 
A. H, Wilds, 

Western Pavilion, Brighton, 

1 83 1. 1060 Marine Terrace at Worthing. 

WILDS and BUSBY Architects. 

Brighton, 
1825. 914 Kemp Town, Brighton, etc. 
{^e also Busby and Wilds, vol. i, 
page 361.) 

WILES, Henry Sculptor. 

9, Regent Street, Cambridge, 

1866. 1016 Miranda. 

1867. 1050 Samuel Morley, Esq.; marble. 
1125 Charles Henry Cooper, Esq., 

of Cambridge; marble. 

171, Stanhope Street. 

1868. 1 1 30 The Massacre of the Innocents. 

1869. 1 149 Bust of a gentleman; marble. 

1870. 1067 Portrait of a lady; marble 

medallion. 

187 1. 1233 Giovannina Roma; marble. 
1335 Portrait; marble medallion. 

241, Stanhope Street. 

1872. 1523 Ruth and Naomi; group. 

1873. 1463 La Contadina; marble bust 

1874. 1478 Medallion portrait. 
1484 do. do. 
14S7 do. do. 

1497 Expulsion from Paradise. 
1 591 Medallion portrait. 

9, Regent Street, Cambridge. 
1877. i486 Mrs. E. Venables, Junr. 
1882. 1693 Lieut-Colonel Edward John- 
son; bust, marble. 

WILKE, Charles Augustus William. 

Sculptor. 

18, Howland Street, 
1857. 1372 Innocence; bas-relief in marble. 
C, Wilke, 8, Raglan's Place, 
Kentish Town, 
i860. 1004 Elegiac Poetry. 

42, Albert Street, 

1863. 1097 "O! men with sisters dear, etc." 

—T, Hood, ''Song of the 
Shirt:' 

1864. 861 Orphan children; terra-cotta. 
908 Lady Jane Gray on her way to 

execution, seeing the re- 
mains of her husband. Lord 
Dudley, is reported to have 
said, "Oh, Guildford! the 
antepast is not so bitter that 
you have iiitfiijls and that I 




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267 



shall soon taste, as to make 
my flesh tremble; it is no- 
thing compared to the feast 
that you and I shall this day 
partake of in heaven." 

1864. 956 Master Percy Willett; terra- 

cotta. 

957 Master Edgar Willett. 

958 Miss Margaret Willett; terra- 

cotta, 
1017 The late Dr. Esselbach. 

3, Crescent Place, 

1865. 985 Departing spirits. "Bis der 

Geist, ^Xz:'— Schiller, 

1866. 922 Tragedy; marble bust. 

1867. 1112 Portrait of a lady. 

45, Vincent Square, 
1874. 1585 Rosalie, Grand-daughter of 
Admiral Sir Augustus Clif- 
ford, Bart. 
1876. 1438 Hilda, youngest daughter of 
Alexander Matheson, Esq., 
M.P., of Ardross and Loch- 
alsh; statue. 
1479 Torquhil, youngest son of Alex- 
ander Matheson, Esq., M.P. 

WILKES, Miss H Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
'799' 471 Spring flowers from nature. 

WILKES, Samuel Painter. 

4, Manchester Villas^ 

Regenfs Park, 

1857. 800 The Byloke at Ghent. 

1858. 786 View from Hampstead Heath, 

looking towards Harrow. 

WILKES, Miss Sarah Painter. 

30, Acacia Road, 
1869. 522 On Hampstead Heath, from 
the back of the Bull and 
Bush. 
580 Reaping time in Berkshire. 
586 Hampstead Heath from West- 
end Hill. 



WILKIE, Sir David, R,A, ... Painter. 

II, Norton Street, 
145 Village Politicians. Vide Scot- 
land's Skaith. 
10, SoPs RoWy 

Hampstead Road, 
147 The blind fiddler. 
120 Card-players. 

84, Great Portland Street, 
123 The cut finger. 
129 The rent day. 



1806. 



1807. 
1808. 

1809. 



I8II. 


118 




126 


I8I2. 


no 




"5 


I8I3. 


148 




150 


1 8 14. 


118 




133 


1815. 


118 


1816. 


>iS 



647 



1817. 130 

1818. no 
»>7 



(Elected A.R.A. in 1809. Elected 
R.A. in 181 1.) 

Chelsea, 

A humorous scene. 

Portrait of a gamekeeper. 

Kensington, 

Sketch for the village Holyday. 
do. of Blind man's Buff. 

Blind man's buff. 

Portrait, from recollection, of 
a young lady, deceased. 

The Refusal, from Burns' song 
of Duncan Gray. 

The letter of introduction. 
Phillimore Place^ Kensington, 

Distraining for rent. 

The rabbit on the wall; a 
candle-light amusement. 

The broken china jar, or ghost 
laid ; a story founded on fact, 
and painted to illustrate a 
poem entitled "The social 
day." 

The breakfast. 

The errand boy. 

A finished sketch of Walter 
Scott, Esq., and his family. 
In the centre is Mr. Scott, 
seated on a bank, at his left 
hand is his friend Capt. 
A. Ferguson, with his two 
sons, Mr. W. and Mr. C. 
Scott, and behind them is 
an old dependant of the 
family. On the right is Mrs. 
Scott, attired as a cottage 
matron, with her two daugh- 
ters as ewe-milkers. In front 
of the picture is Mr. Scott's 
gigantic stag grey-hound, of 
the ancient Highland race 
now almost extinct, and in 
the distance is a view of the 
Tweed, the town and abbey 
of Melrose, the Eeldon Hills, 
and the top of the Cowden- 
knows. 

1 8 19. 153 The Penny Wedding. This is 

a marriage festival, once 
common in Scotland, at 
which each of the guests 
paid a subscription to defray 
the expenses of the feast, 
and by the overplus to en- 
able the new-married couple 
to commence housekeeping. 

1820. 151 The reading of a will. "Mr. 

Protocol, accordingly, hav- 
ing required silence, began 
to read the settlement aloud, 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Wilkic, Sir David, R.A,— continued. 

in a slow, steady, and busi- 
ness-like tone. 

"The group around, in 
whose eyes hopes alternately 
awakened and faded, were 
straining their apprehensions 
to get at the drift of the 
testator's meaning through 
the mist of technical lan- 
guage in which the convey- 
ance had involved it." — Au- 
thor of IVazferfy, 

182 1. 131 Guess my name. 
137 Newsmongers. 

1822. 126 Chelsea pensioners receiving 

the London Gazette Extra- 
ordinary of Thursday, June 
22d, 1815, announcing the 
Battle of Waterloo!!! 

The picture represents an 
assemblage of pensioners and 
soldiers in front of the Duke 
of York public-house. Royal 
Hospital-row, Chelsea. The 
light-horseman on the left 
has just arrived with the 
Gazettes, and is relating 
further particulars to his 
comrades, among whom is 
a Glengary Highlander who 
served with General Graham 
at Barossa. 

The Gazette is in the 
hands of an old pensioner, a 
survivor of the Seven Years' 
War, who was at the taking 
of Quebec with General 
Wolfe, and is now reading 
aloud to his companions the 
details of the Victory of 
Waterloo. Opposite to him 
is a black, one of the band 
of the I St regiment of Foot 
Guards, who was in France 
during the Revolution; was 
present at the death of 
Louis XVI, and was after- 
wards servant to General 
Moreau, in his campaigns 
in Germany during the re- 
volutionary war. 

Next to the black, in a 
foraging dress, is an Irish 
light - horseman, explaining 
the news to an old pensioner 
who was with General Elliot 
during the bombardment of 
2 1 months and 2 1 days, at 
the memorable siege of 



Gibraltar; and behind the 
black's head is that of a sol- 
dier who served with the old 
Marquis of Granby. Further 
to the right is a corporal of 
the Oxford Blues, who was 
at the battle of Vittoria; 
and at his feet is a black 
dog, known to the officers 
and men by the name of 
" Old Duke," who followed 
that regiment all over the 
Peninsula. 

1823. 131 H.R.H. the Duke of York. 

135 The Parish Beadle. "And an 
officer giveth sufficient notice 
what he is, when he saith to 
the party, I arrest you in the 
King's name; and in such 
case the party at their peril 
ought to obey him." — Bums' 
Justice^ vol. i, p. 103. 

519 Study in chalk; portrait of a 
gentleman in the dress of a 
Dutch farmer. 

1824. no Smugglers offering run goods 

for sale or concealment. 
115 Cottage toilette. From Allan 
Ramsay's Gentle Shepherd. 
"While Peggy laces up her 

bosom fair. 
With a blue snood Jenny binds 

up her hair; 
Glaud, by his morning ingle, 

takes a beek. 
The rising sun shines mottley 

thro* the reek ; 
A pipe his mouth, the lasses 

please his e'en. 
And now and then his joke 
maun interveen." 

— Act Vy scene 2. 
445 A study for Commodore Trun- 
nion, made in Greenwich 
Hospital. 

Terrace^ Kensington, 

1825. iia The Highland family. 

1829. 56 The Spanish Posado. This 
represents a Guerilla council 
of war, at which three reve- 
rend fathers, a Dominican, 
a monk of the Escurial, and 
a Jesuit, are deliberating on 
some expedient of national 
defence, with an emissary in 
the costume of Valencia. 
Behind them is theposadora, 
or landlady, serving her 
guests with chocolate, and 
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manca, with his Lexicon and 
cigar, making love to her. 
On the right of the picture a 
contrabandist of Bilboa 
enters, upon his mule, and 
in front of him is an athletic 
Castillian armed, and a 
minstrel dwarf, with a Span- 
ish guitar. On the floor are 
seated the goatherd and his 
sister, with the muzzled 
house-dog and pet lamb of 
the family ; and through the 
open portal in the back- 
ground, is a distant view of 
the Guadarama Mountains. 
1829. 91 Portrait of the Right Hon. the 
late Earl of Kellie, Lord- 
Lieutenant of the County of 
Fife. Painted for the County 
Hall, Cupar. 

110 Cardinals, Priests, and Roman 
Citizens washing the Pil- 
grim's feet. This ceremony 
takes place during the holy 
week, in the convent of the 
Santa Trinita dei Pelligrini. 

ia8 The defence of Saragossa. The 
heroine, Augustina, is here 
represented on the battery, 
in front of the convent of 
Santa Engratia, where, her 
husband being slain, she 
found her way to the station 
he had occupied, stept over 
his body, took her place at the 
gun, and declared she would 
herself avenge his death. 

The principal person en- 
gaged in placing the gun is 
Don Joseph Palafox, who 
commanded during the me- 
morable siege, but who is 
here represented in the habit 
of a volunteer. In front of 
him is the Rev. Father Con- 
solation, an Augustin Friar, 
who served with great ability 
as an engineer, and who, 
with the crucifix in his hand, 
is directing at what object 
the cannon is to be pointed. 
On the left side of the pic- 
ture is seen Basilico Bog- 
giero, a priest, who was 
tutor to Palafox, celebrated 
for his share in the defence, 
and for his cruel fate when 
he fell into the hands of the 
enemy. He is writing a des- 



patch to be sent by a car- 
rier pigeon, to inform their 
distant friends of the unsub- 
dued energies of the place. 

1829. 224 A Roman Princess, with her 

attendant, washing the female 
pilgrims' feet. 

293 The confessional. Pilgrims con- 
fessing in the Basilica of 
St. Peter's. 

298 The Pifferari. Calabrian shep- 
herds, playing their hymns to 
the Madonna when arriving 
with the pilgrims in Rome. 

403 The Guerilla's departure. He 
is here taking leave of his 
Carmelite confessor, to join 
his confederates in war, and 
from whom he is receiving 
a light to his cigar to com- 
fort him on commencing his 
perilous journey. 

N.B. — This picture and 
Nos. 56 and 128 are part of 
a series of subjects intended 
to represent the class of 
patriots in Spain which the 
celebrated war of Independ- 
ence of 1808 called into 
action. 

1830. 63 Portrait of King George the 

Fourth, representing His 
Majesty in the Highland dress 
of the royal tartan, in which 
he held his court in the 
Palace of Holyrood House 
on the 17th of August, 
1822. 
125 His Majesty King George the 
Fourth, received by the 
nobles and people of Scot- 
land, upon his entrance to 
the Palace of Holyrood 
House, on the 15th of Au- 
gust, 1822. 
" We'll show him wit, we'll 

show him lair. 
With gallant lads and lasses 

fair; 
And what wad kind heart 

wish for mair. 
Carle, now the king's come ! " 
—Sir Walter Scott. 
In the principal station of 
the picture is represented 
the King, accompanied by 
a page and the exon of the 
yeomen of the guard, with 
horsemen behind, announc- 
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Wilkie, Sir David, R,A, — continued. 

all ranks of his expecting 
subjects, the arrival of the 
Royal Visitor to the palace 
of his ancestors. 

In front of His Majesty 
the Duke of Hamilton, first 
peer of Scotland, in the plaid 
of the Earls of Arran, is pre- 
senting the keys of the palace 
of which he is hereditary 
keeper. On the right of the 
King is the Duke of Mon- 
trose, Lord Chamberlain, 
pointing towards the en- 
trance of the palace, where 
is stationed the Duke of 
Argyll, in his family tartan, 
as hereditary keeper of the 
household. Behind him is 
the crown of Robert the 
Bruce, supported by Sir 
Alexander Keith, hereditary 
knight marshal, attended by 
his esquires, with the sceptre 
and sword of state. Near 
him is carried the mace of 
the Exchequer, anciently the 
chancellor's mace, when 
Scotland was a separate king- 
dom. On the left of the 
picture, in the dress of the 
royal archers who served as 
the King's body guard, is 
the late Earl of Hopetoun: 
and close to him, in the 
character of historian or 
bard, is Sir Walter Scott. 
These are accompanied by 
a varied crowd, among whom 
are some females and child- 
ren, pressing forward with 
eagerness to see and to wel- 
come their Sovereign upon 
this joyous and memorable 
occasion. 

1830. 375 The Guerilla's return to his 

family, being the concluding 
subject of a series of four 
pictures, representing scenes 
characteristic of the events 
of the late war in Spain. 
491 A Spanish Senoritta, with her 
nurse of the Asturias, walk- 
ing in the Prado of Madrid. 

1 83 1. 6a Lady Lyndhurst. 

91 Viscount Melville. Painted by 
order for the University of 
St Andrews, of which his 
Lordship is Chancellor. 



1832. 71 His Majesty King William IV. 
134 The preaching of Knox before 
the Lords of the Congr^a- 
tion, loth June, 1559. "In 
Dr. M'Crie's Life of this 
extraordinary person is de- 
scribed the event this pic- 
ture is intended to represent, 
which took place during the 
regency of Mary of Guise, 
in the parish church of St. 
Andrews in Fifeshire, where 
John Knox, having just ar- 
rived from Geneva, after an 
exile of thirteen years, in 
defiance of a threat of as- 
sassination, and while an 
army in the field was watch- 
ing the proceedings of his 
party, appeared in the pulpit 
and discoursed to a numer- 
ous assembly, including 
many of the clergy, when 
such was the influence of 
his doctrine, that the pro- 
vost, bailies, and inhabitants 
harmoniously agreed to set 
up the reformed worship in 
the town. The church was 
stripped of all images and 
pictures, and the monas- 
teries were pulled down. 

"Close to the pulpit on 
the right of Knox are Richard 
Ballenden, his amanuensis, 
with Christopher Goodman, 
his colleague; and, in black, 
the Knight Templar, Sir 
James Sandilands, in whose 
house at Calder the first 
Protestant sacrament was re- 
ceived. Beyond the latter, 
in the scholar's cap and 
gown, is that accomplished 
student of St. Andrews, the 
Admirable Crichton. Under 
the pulpit is Thomas Wood, 
the precentor, with his hour- 
glass; the schoolboy below 
is John Napier, Baron of Mer- 
chiston, inventor of the log- 
arithms; and further to the 
right is a child, which has 
been brought to be bap- 
tized when the discourse is 
over. 

" On the other side of the 
picture, in red, is the Lord 
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the Earl of Glencaime; and 
in front, resting on his sword, 
is the Earl of Morton; be- 
hind whom is the Earl of 
Argyll, whose countess, the 
half-sister of Queen Mary, 
and the lady in attendance 
upon her, make up the chief 
light of the picture. 

" Above this group is John 
Hamilton, Archbishop of St. 
Andrews, supported by the 
Bishop Beatoun, of Glasgow, 
with Quintus Kennedy, the 
Abbot of Cross Raguel, who 
maintained against Knox a 
fierce disputation. 

"In the gallery is Sir 
Patrick Learmouth, Provost 
of St. Andrews, and Laird 
of Dairsie, and with him two 
of the bailies. The boy on 
their left is Andrew Mel- 
ville, successor of Knox; and 
beyond him, with other Pro- 
fessors of St. Andrews, is 
the. learned Buchanan; at 
the back of the gallery a 
crucifix, attracting the re- 
gard of the Catholic peni- 
tents, and in the obscurity 
above is an escutcheon to 
the memory of Cardinal 
Beaton." 
(Principal Painter in Ordinary 
to His Majesty.) 

7, Terrace, Kensington, 

1833. 134 Spanish Monks, a scene wit- 

nessed in a Capuchin Con- 
vent at Toledo. 

140 His Majesty King William IV 
in the uniform of the Royal 
Grenadier Guards. 

207 H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex, 
Earl of Inverness, in the cos- 
tumeof a Highland Chieftain. 

1834. 54 The Duke of Wellington in the 

uniform of Constable of the 
Tower, with his charger, 
painted for the Merchant 
Tailors' Company, to be 
placed in their Hall in the 
City of London. 

122 Not at home. 

134 Portrait of the Queen in the 
dress worn by Her Majesty 
at the Coronation. 

148 Spanish mother. 

" Come, thou child of life and 
light, 



Come with kisses, come with 

smiles. 
With thy sallies of delight. 
Freaks and fantasies and 

wiles — 
Come, in pretty sportive fear. 
Hide thy face and nestle here." 
1834 322 The late Sir John Leslie, Pro- 
fessor of Natural Philosophy 
in the University of Edin- 
burgh. 
583 Portrait of a lady. 
1835. 64 Christopher Columbus explain- 
ing the project of his intended 
voyage for the discovery of 
the New World, in the 
convent of La Rabida. 

" A stringer travelling on 
foot, accompanied by a young 
boy, stopped one day at the 
gate of a convent of Francis- 
can friars, dedicated to Santa 
Maria de Rabida, and asked 
of the porter a little bread 
and water for his child ; while 
receiving this humble refresh- 
ment, the guardian of the 
convent, Friar Juan Perez de 
Marchena, happening to pass 
by, was struck by the appear- 
ance of the stranger, and ob- 
serving from his air and 
accent that he was a foreigner, 
entered into conversation 
with him. That stranger was 
Columbus." 

The conference which fol- 
lowed, remarkable for open- 
ing a brighter prospect in 
the fortunes of Columbus, 
forms the subject of the pic- 
ture, in which he is repre- 
sented seated at the convent 
table, with the prior on his 
right, to whom he is explain- 
ing on a chart the theory 
upon which his long contem- 
plated discovery is founded. 
At his left is his son Diego, 
with a small Italian grey- 
hound at his feet, supposed 
to have accompanied them 
on their voyage from Genoa. 
At the other side of the 
picture, resting on the table, 
is the physician of Palos, 
Garcia Fernandez, who from 
scientific knowledge, ap- 
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Wilkie, Sir David, R, A, —continued, 

corded this event. Behind 
him, with the telescope in 
his hand, is Martin Alonzo 
Pinzon, one of the most in- 
telligent sea-captains of his 
day, who, though tarnished 
in his fame by subsequent 
desertion, concurred in the 
practicability of his plans, 
assisted in the outfit of the 
expedition, and sailed with 
Columbus. With this sup- 
port in confirmation of his 
own judgment, the prior 
Juan Perez became the friend 
and benefactor of Columbus, 
received his son into the 
convent to be educated, and 
furnished to himself a recom- 
mendation to Fernando de 
Talavera, confessor to the 
Queen, which eventually ob- 
tained for him the assistance 
of the Court in his adventure, 
and to Spain the credit of 
his great discovery. 

The above particulars were 
first made known to the 
English reader in the recent 
Life of Columbus, by Mr. 
Washington Irving. 

1835. 88 The first ear-ring. 

113 Field-Marshal the Duke of 
Wellington in the dress 
worn by His Grace on active 
service. 

127 Sancho Panza in the days of 
his youth. (Spanish quota- 
tion from Don Quixote^ 

"37 Sir James M*Grigor, Bart., 
Director General of the 
Army Medical Department. 
Painted for the Society of 
the medical officers of the 
army. 

299 The late Rev. Edward Irving. 

1836. 60 The peep-o'-day boy's cabin, 

in the west of Ireland. 
116 The Duke of Wellington, re- 
presenting His Grace writing 
to the King of France on 
the night before the Battle 
of Waterloo. 

123 The first ear-ring. " II faut 

souffrir pour etre belle." 1 

124 The Emperor Napoleon with • 

Pope Pius the Seventh at ; 
Fontainbleau in the month 
of January, 181 3. See Sir I 



Walter Scotfs Life of Napo- 
leon, 

1836. 320 Lord Montagu. 
423 J. Esdaile, Esq. 

(Knighted.) 
Vicarage Place^ Kensington, 

1837. 67 His Majesty King William IV. 
119 Mary Queen of Scots escaping 

from Loch Leven Castle. 
The chief deviser of this 
enterprise was George Doug- 
las, younger son of the 
family of Lochleven, whom 
the Queen had gained over 
by the prospect of high 
favour and distinction to 
attempt her deliverance. 
He is here represented with 
the keys in one hand, ob- 
tained by stealth from his 
elder brother, the keeper, 
while, with the other, he is 
handing the Queen into the 
boat, to be conveyed across 
the lake, where his horses 
were waiting to expedite her 
flight to Nidderie. Behind 
the Queen are the Lady 
Fleming, Catherine Seaton, 
and Ronald Graeme, as de- 
scribed by Sir Walter Scott 
in his tale of " The Abbott." 
144 The Empress Josephine and 
the fortune-teller. "When 
fortune placed a crown upon 
Josephine's head, she told 
me that the event, extraor- 
dinary as it was, had been 
predicted. It is certain she 
put faith in fortune-tellers." 
— Burien, 

The event this picture is 
intended to represent took 
place in the island of Mar- 
tinique, in the West Indies, 
of which Josephine was a 
native, when a negress, who 
offered to tell the fortunes 
of the party, on looking at 
her hand, expressed un- 
wonted surprise at the des- 
tiny it indicated, which she 
said was, that Josephine 
should have a crown put 
upon her head, and be 
greater than a queen. This 
prediction, naturally trea- 
sured by herself, is known 
to have been currently re- 
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France, long before its re- 
markable accomplishment 
took place in her coronation 
as Empress. 

1837. 180 The Earl of Tankerville. 

358 The Cotter's Saturday Night. 
" The cheerfu' supper done, 
wi' serious face, etc." — 
Bums, 

431 Portrait of a gentleman read- 
ing. 

719 The late Sir William Knigh- 
ton, Bart. 

1838. 60 Our Sovereign, Queen Victoria, 

presiding at the Council, 
upon Her Majesty's acces- 
sion to the Throne, on the 
20th of June, 1837. The 
Queen is represented seated 
at the head of the Council 
table, and holds in her hand 
the most gracious declara- 
tion then addressed by Her 
Majesty to the Lords and 
others of the Council then 
assembled, of whom the 
following portraits, in the 
order in which they are 
placed on the canvas, are in- 
troduced. 

Behind Her Majesty's 
chair are the Duke of Argyll, 
the Earl of Albemarle, the 
Right Hon. George Byng 
and C. C. Greville, Esq. 

In front of the royal chair, 
and beginning at the left 
hand of the Queen, are the 
Marquess of Lansdown, Lord 
President of the Council, 
the Marquess of Anglesea, 
the Lord Chancellor, Lord 
Howick, Lord John Russell, 
the Right Hon. the Chan- 
cellor of the Exchequer, 
Lord Melbourne, Lord Pal- 
merston, the Right Hon. 
the Speaker of the House of 
Commons, Earl Grey, the 
Earl of Carlisle, Lord Den- 
man, the Right Hon. Thomas 
Erskine, the Archbishop of 
Canterbury, Lord Morpeth, 
Lord Aberdeen, Lord Lynd- 
hurst. His Majesty the King 
of Hanover, the Duke of 
Wellington, the Earl of Jer- 
sey, the Right Hon. J. W. 
Croker, the Right Hon. Sir 
Robert Peel, Bart., H.R.H. 
viii. 



the Duke of Sussex, Lord 
Holland, the Attorney-Gene- 
ral, the Marquess of Salis- 
bury, Lord Burghersh, and 
the Lord Mayor of the city 
of London. 

1838. 200 Daniel O'Connell, M.P. 

201 The bride at her toilet on the 

day of her wedding. 
275 Mrs. Maberley. 
422 Thomas Daniell, R.A. 
739 Portrait of a young lady. 

1839. 65 Sir David Baird discovering 

the body of Sultaun Tippoo 
Saib, after having captured 
Seringapatam, on the 4th of 
May, 1799. The division of 
the besieging army destined 
for the assault, which Major- 
General Baird had volun- 
teered to command, having 
become masters of this im- 
portant fortress, the fall of 
which involved the ultimate 
settlement of the British 
power in India, still General 
Baird considered the victory 
incomplete until the per- 
sonal fate of Tippoo could 
be ascertained. 

" About dusk General 
Baird, in consequence of in- 
formation he had received 
at the Palace, came with 
lights to the gate, accom- 
panied by the late Killadar 
of the Fort, and others, to 
search for the body of the 
Sultaun; and after much 
labour it was found, and 
brought from under a heap 
of slain to the inside of the 
gate. The countenance was 
in no way distorted; but had 
an expression of stern com- 
posure. His turban, jacket, 
and sword-belt were gone; 
but the body was recognized 
by some of his people who 
were there to be the Sultaun." 
— Theodore Hook, 

General Baird, who is 
standing in the gateway un- 
der which Tippoo received 
his death wound, is supposed 
to be giving orders that the 
body should carried to the 
Palace; and below his feet, 
in the parapet wall, is a 
grating here introduced as 

NN 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Wilkie, Sir David, R,A,— continued, 

giving light to the dungeon 
in which he had been for 
nearly four years immured 
by Hyder Ally and his son, | 
the same Tippoo Sultaun, 
who, by a remarkable dis- 
pensation of Providence, he 
now finds prostrate at his 
feet, bereft of his crown, his 
kingdom and his life. 

1839. 154 "Grace before meat." 

"A lowly cot where social 

board is spread, 
The simple owner seated at its 

head; 
His bonnet lifts and doth to 

Heaven appeal, 
To grant a blessing on the 
humble meal, etc." 
MS, — Countess of Bless- 
ington, 
242 Matthew Prime Lucas, Esq., 
Alderman, President of St. 
Bartholomew's Hospital . 
Painted by order of the 
Governors, 
263 The grandfather; being por- 
traits of Joseph Wilson, 
Esq., and his grandson, 
Joseph Loyd Brereton. " So 
let us welcome peaceful 
evening in." 
503 Master Robert J. Donne. 

1840. 48 Benvenuto Cellini presenting, 

for the approval of Pope 
Paul in, a silver censer of 
his own workmanship. 

62 Queen Victoria in the robes of 
state in which Her Majesty 
meets the Parliament. 

no Viscount Arbuthnott, Lord- 
Lieutenant of Kincardine- 
shire. Painted^ by order, for 
the County, to be placed in the 
County Hall, in Stonehaven, 

112 A sketch for a picture. From 
the Gentle Shepherd of 
Allan Ramsay. " My Peggy 
sings sae saftly, etc." 

132 Mrs. Hamilton Nisbett Fergu- 
son of Raith. 

252 The Irish whiskey still. 

276 The Hookabadar. 

584 The disabled commodore in 
his retirement at Greenwich 
Hospital, 1800. 

1 84 1. 67 The student. 

116 Sir Peter Laurie, Alderman 
(the late). 



1842. 50 Portraits; a family group. 

116 His Highness Muhemed Ali, 

Pacha of Egypt. 

1 1 7 His Imperial Majesty the Sultan 

Abdul Meedgid. 
7 14 Sketch of aTurkish letter writer. 

WILKIN, Charles. 

Miniature Painter. 
52, Wells Street, Oxford Street, 

1783. 297 Portrait of a child. 

1784. 263 A school boy. 

23, Queen Anne Street East, 

1785. 344 Portrait of a foreign nobleman. 

83, Queen Anne Street, 

1786. 2 Portrait of a gentleman in a 

Turkish dress. 
358 Portrait of a lady. 
360 do. young gentleman. 

1787. 247 La Verginella. 

1788. 192 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
222 do. clergyman. {Mr, 

Clarke,) 
576 {Put to Wilkin in the index, 
but by S, Atkins in the cata- 
logue,) 

1789. 337 Portrait of a gentleman. 

457 Boys. 

458 do. 

1 2, Ranelagh Place, Pimlico, 

1 791. 150 Portrait of a gentleman. {Dr, 

Parsons,) 

1792. 272 Portrait of a clergyman. 
1794. 445 A portrait. 

19, Eaton Place, PinUico, 

1796. 620 A portrait. 

1797. 600 Portrait of a child. 

1798. 828 Portrait. 
1800. 841 Mrs. Brown. 

7, Charlotte Street, 

Buckingham Gate, 
1803. 825 The Earl of Suffolk. 

1805. 297 Mrs. and Miss A. Flint. 

616 The Countess of I^udoun and 
Moira. 

1807. 391 Ophelia. Vide Hamlet, act iv, 

scene 10. 

1808. 567 The late Mrs. Arbuthnot. 

WILKIN, Frank W Painter. 

Master Wilkin, 

7, Charlotte Street, 

Buckingham Gate, 

1806. 672 Portrait of a gentleman. 
729 The Rev. J. Clarke. 
780 Mr. A. Rae. 

1807. 775 Portrait of himself. 
904 do. an artist. 
929 do. a child. 
934 Master Robinson. 



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275 



1808. 644 

723 
743 
753 
781 

799 

1809. 603 



1811. 376 

4>9 



1813. 784 



1820. 156 

»75 
242 
402 

1837. 110 
H5 

1838. 517 
1841. 703 



7, Charlotte Street^ 

Buckingham Gate. 
Mr. and Mrs. Smith and 

family. 
Mrs. Buller. 
Sir W. Parsons. 
Mr. Clarke. 
Mrs. Edwards. 
Dr. Pemberton. 
Portraits of three children of 

Sir W. Clayton, Bart. 
F, W. Wilkins, 

7, Charlotte Street, 

Buckingham Gate, 
The Rev. E. Copleston, P.P. 
Dr. G. C. Monteath. 
F. Wilkin, 

7, Charlotte Street, 

Buckingham Gate, 
Sir Sidney Smith. 
F, W, Wilkins, 

7, Charlotte Street, 

Buckingham Gate, 
Anthony Clarke, Esq. 
Lord Hubert Stuart. 
Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. do. 

20, Newman Street, 
Portrait of a lady. 
Edward Tuson, Esq., Surgeon 

to the Middlesex Hospital. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
Occola Nickkanochee, Prince 
of Econchotti, a young 
Seminole Indian. 



WILKIN, Henry. 

Miniature Painter. 
20, Newman Street, 

1 83 1. 705 Portrait of a lady. 
718 Madame de la Voye. 
744 Portrait of a gentleman. 
819 do. lady. 

823 do. gentleman. 

847 do. young lady. 

870 Monsieur de la Voye. 
884 Portrait of a lady. 
H. Wilkins, 

20, Newman Street, 

1832. 757 Mrs. Gray. 

852 Portrait of a lady. 
867 do. do. 
875 do. an artist. 
909 Portraits of the sons of — Mar- 
shall, Esq. 
H, Wilkin, 20, Netvman Street, 

1833. 856 Lord Gilford. 

882 Portrait of a lady. 
909 do. do. 



1833. 
1834. 



1835. 
1836. 



1837. 
1838. 

1839. 

1840. 
1841. 



1842. 
1843. 

1844. 
1845. 

1846. 



1847. 



924 Lady GifTord. 

679 Lady Muncaster and daughter. 

810 Portrait of a gentleman. 

843 do. lady. 

421 do. do. 

640 do. do. 

708 Miss Murry. 

802 Portrait of a gentleman. 

645 do. lady. 

646 Miss Romer of the Theatre 

Royal, Co vent Garden. 
687 Portrait of a lady in a Greek 
costume. 
William Whateley, Esq. 
Portraits of the sons of Charles 

Bielefield, Esq. 
Lieut.-Colonel Cecil Bisshopp, 

C.B., nth Foot. 
Charles Pole, Esq. 
628 The sisters. 

828 Portrait of a gentleman. 

829 do. lady. 

941 Miss Mary Ann Baily. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Miss Bennett. 
916 Portrait from memory of the 
late Colonel Frank Russell. 

The Rev. J. Hussey. 

Miss Howsley. 
930 Master Howsley. 
1017 Portrait of a lady. 
683 Octavius Smith, Esq. 
715 Miss C. Johnstone. 
756 The Hon. Charlotte Bateman 

Hanbury. 
823 John Antony, Esq. 
842 Portrait of a gentleman. 



830 
853 



812 
899 



868 
917 



870 
921 



842 
749 



do. lady, 
do. gentleman. 
664 Mrs. E. Clayten. 
785 Portrait of a child. 

do. young gentleman. 

Thomas W. Powell, Esq., of 

Leamington. 

860 His Excellency Prince Castel- 

cicala, Sicilian Ambassador. 

940 Mrs. Edward Pelly, of Berre- 

gard, Norway. 
1005 Campbell D. Morgan, Esq. 
1032 Vernon Heath, Esq. 



WILKIN, Miss Painter. 

1859. 1 149 Old court of the Palazzo Mattei, 
Rome. 

WILKIN S, Miss Amy A. ... Sculptor. 

46, Blenheim Crescent, 

Ladbroke Grove, 
1904. 18 1 3 Life's problem; statuette. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WILKINS, George Painter. 

Milestone Edge^ 

Duffield, Derby, 
1884. 643 Peat bog between Llyn Ogwen 
and Capel Curig. 

WILKINS, J Painter. 

21, Castle Street^ 

Oxford Market, 

1795. 60 Engagement between the 

Blanche frigate and the le 
Pique. 

1796. 269 Portraits of a gentleman and 

his horse. 

1797. I la A sea shore with fishermen. 

1798. 280 A shipwreck off the Isle of 

Wight 

1799. 74 A view of Deal — Fishermen 

going out. 
T. Wilkins, 

44, Goodge Street^ 

Tottenham Court Road, 

1800. 258 A Shipwreck. 

WILKINS, John Painter. 

y. WilkinSy Junr, 
1796. 822 St. Ethelbert's Gate, Norwich. 

WILKINS, J. F... Miniature Painter. 
79, High Holborn, 

1835. 618 T. Bock, Esq. 

1836. 619 The Hon. Miss Arundel. 

WILKINS, J. H Painter. 

55, Marsham Street^ 

Westminster, 

1815. 369 AUington Castle, Kent. 

1 8 16. 89 Cottages from nature. 

34, Snargate Street^ Lambeth, 

18 1 7. 289 An Italian scene. 

2, Pratt Street^ Lambeth, 

1818. 213 Cottages near Brussels. 

12, Villiers Street^ Strand, 

1819. 120 Cottage near Windsor. 

2, Pratt Street^ Lambeth, 

1820. 107 AUington Castle, Kent. 

182 1. 197 Bridge over the river Arques, 

near Dieppe. 

WILKINS, Miss Mary A Painter. 

Cattestock Rectory^ Dorchester, 
1887. 1511 The Rev. A. D. Wilkins. 

WILKINS, Robert Painter. 

Bell Yard 
1772. 280 A northeast view of the city, 
mole, and fortifications of 
Algiers, in Barbary. 



I, Hyde Street^ 

Bloomsbury Market, 
^711- 370 A storm. 
371 Mackrell. 

1779. 350 The engagement between the 

English and French Fleets 
on the 27th of July, 1778. 
1781. 116 A storm. 

WILKINS, W Architect. 

1780. 464 Two designs for pannels. 

— Wilkins^ Junr,^ Norwich. 

1 78 1. 442 Design for a ceiling. 

1782. 517 Plan of Norwich Cathedral. 
524 Section of Norwich Cathedral 

from east to west. 
W, Wilkins, 

St, Giles, Norwich. 

1783. 4>9 View of the nave of Norwich 

Cathedral. 
'785. 458 The choir of Norwich Cathe- 
dral. 

1786. 545 South west view of St. Stephen's 

Church, Norwich. 
589 South east view of Norwich 
Castle from the Fosse. 

1787. 463 Perspective view of the lava- 

tories in the cloister of Nor- 
wich Cathedral. 
612 South east view of Norwich 
Castle. 

WILKINS, Mrs.... Miniature Painter. 
1813. 415 Portrait of a child. 

WILKINS, William, i?.^.... Architect. 
12, Wardour Street, 
1799. 511 View of the Porta Honoris, or 
entrance to Caius College, 
Cambridge. 
909 Design for improving the seat 
of a nobleman in Notting- 
hamshire. 

Caius College, Cambridge. 

1805. 667 A Design for the new collie 

proposed to be built at 
Cambridge. 
673 Design for intended entrance 
proposed to be built at 
Cambridge. 
W, Wilkins, Junr., 

Caius College, Cambridge. 

1806. 934 Design for the East India Col- 

lege, Herts. 
1808. 908 New entrance to Lower 

Assembly Rooms, Bath. 
911 Villa at North Berwick for Sir 

H. D. Hamilton, Bart. 
966 do. do. do. 

973 do. do. do. 



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277 



1809. 


752 




764 




773 
874 


I8I0. 


826 




840 
891 


I8I7. 


878 
890 




938 




993 


1820. 


917 

940 


I82I. 


959 

991 

IOCS 


1823. 


95 1 




958 


1824. 


855 




885 




963 


1825. 


975 




976 


1826. 


1012 


1827. 


969 
970 
972 




1050 


1828. 


1003 



IV. Wilkins, 

30, Bedford Place^ 

Russell Square. 
The Grange, Hampshire, for 

H. Drummond, Esq. 
Entrance to Lower Assembly 

Rooms, Bath. 
The Grange, Hampshire. 
Naval Column to the memory 

of Lord Nelson at Dublin. 
II, New Cavendish Street. 
King's College, Chapel, Cam- 
bridge. 

do. do. do. 

Entrance to Downing College, 

Cambridge. 
36, Weymouth Street^ 

Portland Place. 
Bolhamsell Church, Notts. 
Building for the Park of Sir 

R. C. Hoare, Bart. 
Tregothnan, near Truro, for 

Lord Falmouth. 
Dalmeny, near Edinburgh, for 

the Earl of Rosebery. 
The Grange, Hampshire. 
Fitzwilliam Museum, etc., 

Cambridge. 
Nelson monument, Yarmouth. 
New church, Nottingham. 
Dunmore Park, Stirlingshire, 

for the Earl of Dunmore. 

W. Wilkins, M.A. 
Quadrangle, Trinity College, 

Cambridge. 
Quadrangle, Corpus Christi 

College, Cambridge. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
Quadrangle of Corpus Christi 

College, Cambridge. 
New Building at King's Col- 
lege, Cambridge. 
Gateway, etc.. King's College, 

Cambridge. 
New buildings. King's College, 

Cambridge. 
Gateway, etc.. King's College, 

Cambridge. 
(Elected R.A.) 

Model of the tower of Water- 
loo, 280 feet high, etc. 

With/. P. Gandy. 
University of London. 

do. do. 

Quadrangle, King's College, 

Cambridge. 
King's Quadrangle of Trinity 

College, Cambridge. 
Mansion at Bylaugh, Norfolk, 

for Edward Lombe, Esq. 



1828. 1007 Gateway, etc.. King's College, 
Cambridge. 
1016 London University. 
1 1 17 St. George's Hospital. 
1835. 984 Design for Duke of York's 
Column. 
1031 National Gallery and Royal 
Academy now in progress. 

1837. 1014 Design for a Hospital. 
1016 do. do. 
1022 do. do. 

1034 Triumphal entrance to the 
Horse Guards, designed to 
commemorate the services 
of a deceased Field Marshal, 
and approved by His late 
Majesty George IV. 

1064 King's College Chapel, Cam- 
bridge, etc. 

1079 do. do. 

1838. 1069 Downing College, Cambridge. 
1077 East India College, Hailey- 

bury. 

WILKINS, W. Noy Painter. 

W. H. Wilkins, 
32, Harrington Street North. 
1852. 321 View from Killiney beach. 
W. Noy Wilkins, 
31, Mulgrave Street^ 

Kingstown^ near Dublin. 
1855. 456 Study on Killiney beach, county 
Dublin. 

WILKINSON, , Junr. ... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1783. 453 Landscape; a drawing. 

WILKINSON, Charles A. ... Painter. 

Clifton Lodge^ 

St. John's Wood. 
24 On the Thames below Med- 
menham. 

18, Fitzroy Street. 
338 The mountain of clouds. See 

Arabian Nights. 
478 Dartmoor, 'north-west quarter. 
1045 Rest. 
274 Morning. 
683 O'er breezy hills. 
132 Pathways of light. 
1246 The first breath of autumn. 
585 An October evening. 



1883. 



1886. 



1887. 
1888. 
1889. 

1892. 



WILKINSON, EdwardjClegg. 

Painter. 
102, Aldemey Street^ PimHco. 
1884. 10 1 9 Sunny days. 

296, Kin^s Roady Chelsea. 
1888. 538 Miss Julia P. Boynton. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Wilkinson, Edward Clegg — continued. 


1888. 


552 Mrs. Charles B. Windeler. 




92, Fellowes Road, 


1890. 


1333 The Sunflower. "Once in a 




golden hour I cast to earth 




a seed, etc." — Tennyson, 


1891. 


401 In loving memory. 




Rowsley^ Holland Park Road. 


1894. 


355 Cecil A. ArkcoU, Esq. 




18, Campden House Road, 


1895. 


44 Mrs. Clegg Wilkinson. 


1896. 


481 An autumn lamb. 


1903. 


861 At the orchard gate. 


1904. 


422 The mill on the stream. 



WILKINSON, Miss Ellen ... Painter. 
51, Rathbone Place, 

1875. 2 Bon soir! 

51, Rathbone Place ^ and 

Chelmsford, 

1876. 398 " Do you like butter? " 

WILKINSON, G Architect. 

1843. 12 1 2 New Poor House, Carlow. 

WILKINSON, Miss Gcorgiana. 

Painter. 
1 2, Douro Place ^ Kensington, 

1855. 1 164 Interior of Trinity College 

chapel, Cambridge. 

1856. 1 112 Interior of dining hall, Trinity 

College, Cambridge. 

1857. 1 102 Interior of York Minster. 

1865. 828 The Hall of Ambassadors, 

Seville. 

1866. 781 do. do. do. 

1867. 909 Seville Cathedral, from a win- 

dow of the Alcazar. 

1868. 888 In the Alcazar, Seville. 
1870. 715 Via Santa Reparata, 

WILKINSON, Henry Dymokc. 

Architect. 
22, Carburton Street 

1887. 1609 Study for Anglican church. 

5, Great Percy Street, 

1888. 1835 An Elizabethan residence. 

1889. 1947 Church of St. Ethelburga. 

34, Granville Square, 
1892. 1692 A memorial church. 
1894. 1661 St Philip's, Clerkenwell. 
1897. 1867 Drawing-room fireplace. 

WILKINSON, Horace. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
109, Great Russell Street, 
1903. 1506 Design for a stained glass win- 
dow. 



WILKINSON, Hugh Painter. 

The Lawn, Ealing, 

1875. 764 Study in Devonshire. 

1876. 805 do. in Wales. 

845 do. on the Thames. 
853 do. from nature. 

1878. 724 do. in spring. 

1879. 7^4 do. from nature. 

IVinton House^ Ealing, 
1881. 941 A study. 
948 do. 

1884. 1 117 A study in Autumn. 

1885. 1313 do. do. 

1886. 74 Sunlight. 

507 Winter Sunlight. 

1888. 325 Early spring. 

585 Sunny afternoon. 
641 A stormy morning. 

1889. 389 A study. 

1048 A New Forest Road. 
1 1 34 In the New Forest. 

1890. 514 A calm day on the coast, North 

Wales. 
691 Winter sunlight in the forest. 
8i8 Low tide on the Welsh Coast. 
Oak House^ Brockenhurst, 

1 89 1. 717 A summer calm. 

1122 Afternoon in the forest. 
1895. 513 On the coast, Anglesey. 
565 A Hampshire Common. 
855 A Welsh Cottage. 
1897. 593 Shattered. 

665 Midsummer in the forest. 
Beachern JVood, Brockenhurst, 

1903. 989 In the Austrian Tyrol. 

WILKINSON, Miss Laura... Painter. 
2, Lmver Por Chester Street, 
1856. 921 Fruit. 

WILKINSON, Miss Maude I. 

Miniature Painter. 

Limners holme. 

Old Bushey, Herts, 

1899. 1280 Head of old woman. 

1900. 1526 Isabel, daughter of Lieut.-Col. 

J. E. Baines. 

1904. 1294 Study of a girPs head. 

WILKINSON, M. R ... Painter. 

1843. ^^^^ Portrait of my sister. 

WILKINSON, Norman Painter. 

2 la, Camden Road, 

1903. 469 In touch with the enemy; naval 

manoeuvres. 

1904. 35 A frigate action. 

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WILKINSON, Robert Painter. 

58, In the Mi f lories, 
1776. 325 An oval landscape. 
326 A small landscape. 
373 A landscape. 
1778. 340 View of Knowle Park, Kent. 

341 An oval landscape. 

342 A small landscape. 

343 do. do. 



WILKINSON, R. 

Miniature Painter. 
16, Little Knight Rider Street. 

1788. 339 An old lady. 

231, Piccadilly. 

1789. 304 Portrait of a lady. 



WILKINSON, R. Ellis Painter. 

R, E, Wilkinson, Harrow, 

1876. 166 "Under the opening eyelids 

of the morn." 

1877. 71 A spring morning; by the 

UndercliflF, Isle of Wight. 
Holne, Ashburton, Devon, 

1882. 22 His last resource. 

1883. 806 End of the crabbing season. 

17, Grosvenor Place, Bath, 
1885. 1132 Summer afternoon. 

St, Ives, Cornwall, 

1887. 529 Crispin's triumph. 
1294 Feeding the ducks. 

1888. 1013 Jolly strollers. 

1889. **^7 Winter on the marsh. 

1890. 1325 "Does mother want me?" 



WILKINSON, Robert Stark. 

Architect. 

5, Mount Pleasant, 

Barnsbury Square, 
1877. 1157 Show rooms for Doulton and 
Co., Lambeth. 



WILKINSON, Thomas W. 

Sculptor. 

54, Waverley Road, 

Great Norton, Bradford, 
1903. 1772 Baby; medallion. 



WILKINSON, W Architect. 

Beaumont Street, Oxford, 
1862. 899 Crosby House, Bishopsgate 
Street. 

1864. 774 New Library, University Union 

Society. 

1865. 791 Randolph Hotel, Oxford. 



WILLCOCK, George Burrell. 

Painter. 
95, Albany Street, 

Regenfs Park, 

1846. 1223 Study from nature. 

1847. 581 Near Moreton, Devon. 
1210 Holly Street Mill, Devon. 

1849. 30 Study from nature. 
996 do. do. 

1850. 217 Gipsy tent; study from na- 

ture. 
358 Cornfield near Sandgate. 
1086 Study from nature — Stratford. 

1 85 1. 155 Gipsy camps in Hainault 

Forest. 

209 do. do. 

210 View at Teignmouth, Devon. 
520 A quiet spot, Devon. 



WILLCOCKS, Miss Mabel... Painter. 

5, New Court, Carey Street, 
1899. 429 Portrait of a lady. 
1 90 1. 3 F. H. Willcocks, Esq. 
1904. 1375 An Australienne. 

WILL^ME, Florente Sculptor. 

Levalloes, Perret, 

Rue Boileau 9, Paris, 
1867. 1 118 Luke Limner, F.S.A. 
{Jhe name is probably Willims,) 



WILLENICH, M Painter. 

96, Mount Street, 
1879. 1 186 The Mersey at Liverpool. 
1274 Brest Harbour, France. 



WILLES, J Architect. 

4, Nassau Street, 

1838. 1186 Interior of Tewksbury Abbey 

Church; view taken from 

the west door. 

1 23 1 South-East view of Tewksbury 

Abbey Church. 



WILLES, William Painter. 

1820. 367 Landscape: Scene from the 

Palace of ^gisthus; from 
the Electra of Sophocles — 
Orestes, reported to be 
killed, presents his supposed 
ashes to his sister Electra, 
before he discloses himself. 
22, Charlotte Street, 

182 1. 182 Bear Island, Bantry Bay, Ire- 

land. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Willes, William — continued. 

41, Marlborough Street, 

1824. 498 A serenade. ''Soft stillness 

and the night Become the 

touches of sweet harmony." 

— Merchant of Venice, 

Cork. 
1826. 301 River scene: a boy going 
adrift. 
330 A View of London from the 
Pits Field, Greenwich — 
groupe of Gypsies, pen- 
sioners, etc. 
1829. 62 Midsummer Night's Dream; 
Titania and Oberon, recon- 
ciled, retiring. Puck removes 
the ass*s head from Bottom 
who wakes. ^^ Bottom. I have 
had a most rare vision. I 
have had a dream, etc." 
177 View looking over Dirrikurrchy 
towards Killarney, from the 
new road. 
426 Flesh bridge, Killarney. 

20, Charles Street^ Berners St. 
1 83 1. 374 The water-log. "That ship 
shall never reach a shore, 
etc." 

38, Keppel Street. 
1848. 753 The Round Tower, on the 
Island of Scottery, river 
Shannon, as seen from a 
chapel attached to St. Sen- 
anus's Cathedral. 

WILLETT, Arthur Painter. 

39, Ship Street^ Brighton. 

1883. 1026 Sheltered corner in March. 

1884. 933 A trout stream in Berkshire. 

1885. 1236 Mill stream, Arundel, Sussex; 

early spring. 

1886. 1279 Near Ashford Ford, Middlesex. 

1887. 1053 "The south wind blew softly 

although it was March." 
1229 Harvest time in Surrey. 

1888. 1383 A bright day in the forest; 

late autumn. 

WILLGOHS, G Sculptor. 

Berlin. 
1858. 1277 H.R.H.The Princess Frederick 
William of Prussia. 

WILLIAM-STOTT. 5^^Stottof Old- 
ham, vol. vii, page 286. 

WILLIAMS. See H. J. Boddington, 
vol. i, page 216. 



WILLIAMS, 



Painter. 

BcUk. 

1785. 92 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1792. 15 A View. 

WILLIAMS, Alfred Painter. 

Church Field, Salisbury. 
1880. 841 In the Alps; buttresses of the 

Grandes Jorasses. 
1888. 1336 Harta Corrie, Skye. 
1890. 1264 Glencoe crags. 
1895. 907 Snow on the Cuchullins, Isle 
of Skye. 

WILLIAMS, Alfred Architect. 

17, Onslow Gardens. 
1886. 1669 London and County Bank, 
Kensington. 

34, Henrietta Street. 
1899. 1733 54, Parliament Street. 

WILLIAMS, Mrs. Alfred. ^^ Miss 
Florence Elizabeth Thomas, vol. 
vii, page 357. 

WILLIAMS, Alfred Walter. 

Painter. 

(Williams Family.) 
100, Cromer Street^ 

Brunswick Square. 

1843. 345 Old Mill, North Devon. 
406 A lane in Devonshire. 

1844. 59 On the Medwray — summer's 

evening, moon rising. 
615 Near Henley-on-Thames — rush 

cutters. 
1073 A shady lane, Kent; children 
gathering water-cresses. 

1845. '9^ Waterfowl shooting — on the 

Thames, near Bray, Berks. 
315 Sheep- washing, Kent. 
554 A lane near Ashburton, Devon. 
1011 A Devonshire mill — evening. 

1846. 195 Eel traps on the Thames, near 

Wargrave. 
268 On the Thames, near Great 

Marlow; eel spearing. 
458 View near Falmouth, with the 

Marracles in the distance — 

sunset. 
532 The Lake of Windermere, from 

Wans Fell — midday. 
690 A pond near Folkestone; Calais 

in the distance. 

32, Castle nau Villas^ Barnes. 

1847. 179 Autumn; the shepherd's re- 

pose. 
572 Passing storm on the Thames. 
658 Broad ford Mill, Horsmonden, 

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1848. 69 
339 



Kent; 



1847. 1277 A mountain path near Roc, 
North Wales — autumnal 
evening. 

On Folk Common, 
passing showers. 

The shepherd's boy returning 
from the fells, near Amble- 
side, Westmoreland. 

Autumnal moonrise — View on 
Sevenoaks Common, Kent. 

A gust of wind and rain. 

A quiet bend of the Thames. 

Autumnal noon — ^View near 
Betchworth, Surrey. 

The approach of a storm. 

Harvest time, stormy weather. 

Returning from pasture to the 
Glebe Farm. 

A Valley lane. 

Sheep washing. 

Afternoon — rain clearing off. 

A greenwood shade. 

A calm — morning on the 
Thames. 

On the Thames at Magpie Ait. 

A Welsh stream — morning. 

Llyn Gwynant, North Wales — 
autumnal noon. 

A river bank — summer. 

On Wimbledon Common, Sur- 
rey — mid-day. 

The Valley of Tyndrum, Perth- 

r shire. 

The shepherd's Sabbath even- 
ing. 

Llyn-Ddinas, North Wales — 
early morning. 

In the Welsh meadows — morn- 
ing. 

Crossing the common. 

Florence Villa^ Wimbledon. 

Passing showers. 

Spring time. 

Tending the flock. 

Autumnal farming. 

West Street^ Reigate, 

Harvest time. 

Summer. 

A fresh breeze. 

In the Val Leventina, St. Got- 
hard Road, near Airolo. 

The Mountains above Bellagio, 
from Griante, Lago di Como. 

Ruins of the Amphitheatre 
Pozzuoli, Bay of Baise. 

Golden acres. 

On the Thames near Streatley. 

Summer. 

At Tyndrum, Argyleshire. 

The pool of a mountain stream. 



1849. 


189 
304 
467 


1850. 


124 

300 


1851. 
1852. 


344 
1246 

425 
782 
928 


1853. 
1854. 


56 
454 

477 


1855. 


691 
286 




»i53 


1856. 


989 




1 198 


1857. 


450 




557 


1858. 
1859. 


316 
1 102 

797 
848 


i860. 

I86I. 
1862. 


416 
538 
554 
412 




5>2 


1863. 


428 


1864. 

1865. 
1866. 
1867. 

VIII 


II 

108 
270 
681 
»57 



1867. 361 Repose. 

1868. 385 The Valley Streamlet. "Amid 

the shaggy rocks, etc." — 
Thomson, 

1869. 235 A limpid pool. 

FerncliffMead Vale, RedhilL 

1870. 932 His voice is heard in the storm. 

1871. 451 Autumnal morning in the Isle 

of Skye. 

1873. 17* Tenby Harbour. 

1874. 65 Late Autumn on the Cumber- 

• land Fells. 
526 Langdale Pikes, from Low- 
water Farm, near Coniston. 

1875. 334 A fresh day on the Cornish 

coast. 

1876. 905 Gathering the herd. Isle of 

Skye. 

1877. 200 A Welsh stream. 

1878. 264 Welsh moorlands. "The dis- 

tant landscape draws not 
nigh, For all our gazing." 
1880. 377 Calm evening hour. 

1883. 479 Light in the west: after rain. 

1884. 397 A deer track. "Away to their 

Highland home." 

1887. 250 Gleams from the golden west — 

after a stormy day. 

1888. 786 A forest dell. 
1890. 582 Thunder clouds. 

WILLIAMS, Alyn. 

Miniature Painter. 
Clifton Hill Studios, 

St. John's Wood. 
1890. 1483 Miss Yarrow. 

Brook Green Studios. 

1893. 1227 Dorothy, daughter of Dr. 

R. W. Branthwaite. 
1272 The late Mr. W. Matthew 

Williams. 
1 29 1 A study. 
1342 Mrs. Irene Osgood. 

1894. 1291 J. Knight Barnard, Esq. 

8, Holland Villas Road. 

1899. 1357 Portrait of a lady. 
1360 Miss Claire Halpike. 

1900. 1440 Miss Lucy Wood. 

62a, Grosvenor Street, W. 

1 90 1. 1313 Portrait of a lady. 
1362 Mrs. Alyn Williams. 

1902. 1057 Evelyn, daughter of F. J. 

Gould, Esq. 

1058 Mrs. Harry Moncrieffe. 

1059 Marjorie, daughter of Com- 

mander F. K. Gibbons, 
R.N. 
1904. 1 1 15 The children of C. Taswell 
Richardson, Esq. 
1134 H.M. Queen Alexandra. 

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WILLIAMS, Miss Anne. 

Crayon Painter. 
35, Brewer S/,, Golden Square, 

1778. 349 Portrait of a young lady; in 

crayons. 
350 Portrait of a young gentleman; 
in crayons. 

1779. 35 « A lady; in crayons. 

WILLIAMS, Miss Annie Painter. 

61, Rowan Rd,^ Hammersmith, 
1892. 1460 Gray's Inn Hall. 
1 90 1. 1515 Westminster Hall. 
1903- »3«7 Court room, Vintners* Hall. 
1904. 14 1 7 The Old Bailey. 

WILLIAMS (A.) and STEPHENS 

(C. W.) Architects. 

22, Southampton Buildings, 

1887. 1730 Junior Athenaeum Club. 

WILLIAMS, Miss A. Florence. 

Painter. 
84, Angel Road^ Brixton. 

1885. 943 A type of spring. 

1886. 791 EngUsh preserves. 

1888. 627 Sea jewels. 

7, New Courts Carey Street, 
1899. 811 Golden sheaves. 
1904. 220 A little Dutch maiden. 

WILLIAMS, A. Sheldon Painter. 

Hartley^ Wintney^ Winchfield, 
1867. 189 The startled squirrel. 

Woodside^ Evetham^ Winchfield, 
1872. 1045 Camp of H.R.H. the Prince of 
Wales, Bramshill Park, Sep- 
tember, 187 1. Painted by 
command, 
1874. 329 Troop horses returning from 
watering. 
(The late.) 
1881. 950 Study of a calf. 

WILLIAMS, Benjamin. See Leader, 
B. W., R,A,, vol. V, page 9. 

WILLIAMS, Benjamin Painter. 

94, Lee Bank Road^ 

Birmingham, 
1904. 945 Meditation. 

WILLIAMS, C... Miniature Painter. 

Hampstead Road, 

1825. 356 View in Essex. 

856 Portrait of a gentleman. 

26, Aldgate, 

1826. 589 do. lady. 

608 do. gentleman. 
733 do. young lady. 



WILLIAMS, Hon. Captain... Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1840. 262 Head of a Spanish girl. 

WILLIAMS, Miss Carolina P. 

Painter. 

4, Castlenau Cottages, Barnes. 
1858. 312 At Weybridge. 
i860. 315 On Walton Common, Surrey. 
1 86 1. 543 Winter. 

1863. 546 Near Barmouth, North Wales. 

1864. 263 Cottage near Ripley, Surrey. 

1865. 220 Evening on the Thames. 

1867. 393 On the Thames, Sonning. 

1 868. 190 On Walton Common, Surrey. 
191 On the Coast, Littlehampton. 

1870. 534 Looking across Langston Har- 
bour. 

1873. 1078 Summer evening. "The cur- 

few tolls the knell of parting 
day." 

1874. 547 Early night, Littlehampton. 
1876. 150 Pembroke, South Wales. 

WILLIAMS, Charles Frederick. 

Painter. 
88, Norton Street. 
1845. 909 View on the Bovey. 
3, Portsdown Park, 

Southampton. 

1858. 854 The rivals, from Clynnogbeach, 

Carnarvonshire. 

1859. 1 181 Lynmouth, from the landing- 

place. 

9, Park Place, Southampton, 
1 86 1. 768 Fishing boats at Beer. 
Bath Cottage, 

Bitterne, Southampton. 
1873. 780 Rival Mountains, from Carnar- 
von Bay. 
1879. ^46 Beach at Beer, Devon, looking 
east. 

WILLIAMS^ Christopher;... Painter. 
1 8, Kensington Court Place. 

1902. 12 Paolo and Francesco. 

1903. 49 My father. 

54* The Orangery, Margam. 

WILLIAMS, C. W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

181 8. 77> A ruin. 

12, Villiers Street. 

1819. 992 Gothic ruins. 
995 do. 

WILLIAMS, Edward Painter. 

(Father of the Williams Family.) 

14, Percy Street. 
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49, Foley Street, 
1816. 829 Landscape — Summer evening. 
" The curfew tolls the bell of 
parting day, etc." — Gray, 

6, Charlotte Street, 
1824. 281 Portrait of a student. 
100, Cromer Street^ 

Brunswick Square, 

1843. 398 Watering cattle. 

1203 Hollington church, New Has- 
tings. 

E, Williams, Senr, 

1844. 17 Landscape and cattle — noon. 
509 Near Staines — moon rising. 

1845. 530 A village forge — moonlight. 
568 A towing-path near Wargrave. 

10+4 Landscape and cattle — milking 
time. 
32, Castlenau Villas y Barnes, 

1846. 167 Sheep washing. 
198 Portrait of a lady. 

250 Gipsies on the skirts of a com- 
mon — moonlight. 
301 On the Thames. 
390 Near Henley — moonlight. 

1847. 1074 Cattle fording a stream — scene 

in Cumberland. 
1249 A village forge — moonlight. 
1265 Hoar frost. 

1848. 467 The harvest moon. 
650 Hoar frost, evening. 

1849. 265 A gipsey nook. 

4^3 On the Thames near Has- 

grave. 
1025 Mill on the Medway. 

1850. 846 On Barnes Common. 
1257 The Hay field. 

1267 The ferry. 

1851. 433 Autumnal evening. 
695 Service time. 

757 Shower passing off. 

1852. 1287 The close of a sultry day. 

1854. 103 Heath scene — an approaching 

shower. 
333 A fresh day on the Thames. 
1 148 Hoar frost — sunset. 

1855. 413 Consider the lilies. 

1 1 58 On the Medway — moon ris- 
ing. 
1344 A Village forge. 



WILLIAMS, Edward Charles. 

Painter. 

(Member of the Williams Family.) 

2, London Road, Pentonville, 
1840. 455 Gipsey encampment — moon 
rising. 

No address. 
1846. 582 The Village Green. 



42, Harwood Street, 

Hampstead Road, 
1849. *®^* Skirts of a common — passing 
shower. 
BuckingJiam Cottage, 

New Road, Hammersmith, 

1854. 230 A calm, up the river. 
232 A breeze from the river. 
628 Through the meadows. 

1855. 49 A calm on the Thames. 
376 Midday on the beach. 
445 A fresh breeze. 

1856. 150 Rain on the hills — a scene in 

Cumberland. 
915 Waiting for the tide — early 
night. 

1857. 999 A fresh breeze. 

i860. 21 Minehead, Somersetshire. 
31 On the beach, Hastings. 
202 Early morning — haymaking in 
Cumberland. 

1 86 1. 403 A windy day on the Thames. 

1862. 393 Minehead Quay, Somersetshire. 

West End Lodge, 

Hammersmith. 
1864. 88 Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. 

392 Llyn Gwynant, North Wales. 



WILLIAMS, Edwin. 

Portrait Painter. 
100, Cromer Street, 

Brunswick Square, 

1843. 1076 Portraits. 

71, Newman Street, 

1844. 394 A monk. 

48, Mortimer Street, 

and I, Bedford Buildings, 

Cheltenham, 

1848. 274 Portrait of a naval officer. 
640 do. lady. 

1849. 486 Hooka Burdar. 

{By G, Williams in the 
catalogue,) 
1 3, Royal Crescent, Cheltenham. 

1850. 294 Portrait of an amateur. 

318 Vice-Admiral SirJ.C.Coghill, 
Bart. 

1851. 181 Portrait of the eminent Ger- 

man artist, Moritz Retzsch. 
216 Portrait of the son of Thomas 
Tod, Esq. 

1852. 485 Mrs. John Rolls. 

602 Frederick Chaplin, Esq. 

1853. 70 Lieut.-General Sir Charles 

Napier and his Arab charger, 
Red Rover. 

1854. 5 C. F. Crespigny, Esq., his son 

and grandson. 
149 E. J. Hutchins, Esq., M.P. 



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Williams, Edwin — continued. 
1^55* 9^ Mrs. Bird and daughter. 

318 Sir Thomas Hesketh, Bart. 
335 Rev. H. W. Bellairs, H.M. 
Inspector of Schools. 

1857. 22 Sir J. Maxwell Steele, Bart. 

1858. 130 Captain Henry Shakespeare, 

Commander of the Nagpoor 
Irregular Force. 

207 Captain Robertson, R.A. 

344 James Bennett, Esq., of Cad- 
bury House, Somersetshire. 

1859. 223 Mrs. R. Bolton. 
554 Giacinta. 

i860. 475 The Rev. W. Dobson. Painted 
for Cheltenham College, 

1 86 1. 246 Colonel M'Murdo, C.B., In- 
spector-General of Volun- 
teers, and his infant daughter, 
grandchild of the late Gene- 
ral Sir C. J. Napier. 

1863. 704 Dr. Eatwell. 

1865. 599 Mrs. Edward Waldy of Chel- 
tenham. 

1867. 43 The pet. 

1868. 275 Sir William Linton, K.C.B. 
1870. 191 Rev. C. J. Martin, in Masonic 

Costume as Grand Chaplain 
of England. Presentation 
portrait, 

1874. 466 The detected. 

1875. 483 Rev. R. H. S. More, of I^r- 

den . Presentation portrait. 

WILLIAMS, Mrs. Emily Painter. 

Townshend House^ 

North Gate, Regenfs Park. 
1 88 1. 434 Pigmies. 

1884. 770 A humble admirer. 

1885. 1008 Aquatics. 

17, Grove End Road, 

1888. 617 An interior. 

1889. 684 Broadway courtyard in autumn 

sunshine. 
{Mrs, E, Williams in index^ and Emily 
Williams in catalogue in all cases,) 

WILLIAMS, Miss E. Edginton-. 

Painter. 
67, Sterndale Road, 

Kensington, 

1890. 961 Fruiterer in Shepherd's Bush 

Green. 



WILLIAMS, E. H Painter. 

Sussex House, Hammersmith, 
1876. 1046 Country House in Maine, 
U.S.A. 



22, Lowther Si.^ Whiiehaven, 
1878. 1 159 The Lych-gate, Llandaff, Cathe- 
dral. 

WILLIAMS, Miss Ethel Haynes-. 

Painter. 
Wridhem, Maresfield Gardens. 
1886. 785 Tommy's birthday dessert. 

WILLIAMS, F Painter. 

27, Queen Anne Street. 
1850. 587 Augustus finds Cleopatra newly 
dead. "She looked like 
sleep, as she could catch 
another Antony In her strong 
toil of grace.** 
615 Friar Lawrence. 

WILLIAMS, Frances H Painter. 

109, The Grove, Camberwell. 
1884. 104 The little mother. 
105 A pleasant subject. 

16, Feathers tone Buildings. 
1889. 566 Marguerite. 

lyjoubert Studios, Kin^s Rd. 
1899. 524 A bit of Old Brentford. 
1901. 453 In the Chelsea pensioner's 
garden. 

WILLIAMS, Frank W Painter. 

10, London Street. 
1835. 266 Study of an old man reading. 

18, Sackville Street. 
1841. 376 Lear and Cordelia. 

1844. 75 "Tis night, when meditation 

bids us feel, etc." 
313 A reminiscence of Rome. 

13, Newman Street. 

1845. 44 The midnight vigil. 
507 Ave Maria. 

631 Filial affection. 

669 The Welsh bard. " Visions of 
glory, spare my aching sight ! 
Ye unborn ages, crowd not 
on my soul!" — Gray. 

33, Wimpole Street. 

1846. 302 Laura's lover at Arqua. 

863 The love-sick student "His 
wafted spirit flies, etc." — 
Thomson, 

1847. ^98 The sleeping Juliet about to 

be left in the tomb of the 
Capulets. " I saw her laid 
low in her kindred's vault." 

1848. 521 The fellow students. 

863 Captain Cuttle watching the 
slumbers of Florence. " She 
was sleeping heavily, and 
moaning in her sleep; and 
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feet awe of her youth, her 
beauty and her sorrow, ad- 
justed the coat that covered 
her, where it had fallen off." 
— Dombey and Son, 

3, Campden Hill Terrace, 

1850. 515 The holy maiden. "For her 

the eternal rose of Eden 
blooms, And wings of seraphs 
shed divine perfumes." 
604 The fair retriever. 

10, Percy Street, 

185 1. 183 King Polixenes, in disguise, 

discovers his son with Per- 
diXSi.— Winter's Tale, 

1852. 368 Othello. "Fll not shed her 

blood; nor scar that whiter 
skin of hers than snow, and 
smooth as monumental ala- 
baster." 

1853. 544 The decision of the flower. 

" Now, gentle flower, I pray 
thee tell. If my lover loves 
me, and loves me well." — 
L.E.L, 
549 Trying the fan. 

71, Newman Street, 

1854. 1223 Gentil Carisendi brings back 

to life Catalina, of whom he 
is enamoured. — Decameron, 

1855. 1301 " Her gentle spirit, lightly 

hovering o'er, attends his 
little bark from pole to pole, 
etc." — Rogers, 

1856. 254 Cordelia, reading. "Sunshine 

and rain at once! those 
happy smiles that played on 
her ripe lip, etc." 

1857. 492 Juliet. 

335 Crazy Jane. 
600 A girl at a window. 
618 "Farewell! farewell! one kiss, 
and I'll descend." 

1858. 473 Clara Mowbray, overwhelmed 

with grief, shame, confusion, 
and terror. "What sheeted 
ghost is wandering through 
the storm?"— 5/. Ronan's 
Well, 
1099 Dorothea. 
1861. 396 The bracelet. "What female 
heart can gold despise? " 
614 Sunlight and shade. 

WILLIAMS, Frederick Ernest. 

Architect. 
34, Henrietta Street, W.C, 

1903. 1458 27 and 28, Pall Mall. 

1904. 1457 Warehouse block of offices, 

21, Queenhithe, 



WILLIAMS, G. 




Southwark, 
1 80 1. 845 {In the index, but by G, Gwilt 
in the catalogue^ 



WILLIAMS, George Augustus. 

Painter. 

(Member of the Williams Family.) 

G, Williams, London Street, 

and Battle Bridge, 

1 84 1. 445 View near Byfleet, Surrey. 
809 do. Uxbridge. 

1178 do. Byfleet. 

4, London Street, Pentonville, 

1842. 384 View near Windsor. 
1207 The travelling tinker. 

G, A. Williams, 

4, London St,, Pentonville, 

1843. 892 Bargaining with the Waggoner. 
1287 New Poorhouse, Galway. 

22, Liverpool Street. 

1844. 184 Market morning. 
339 The village rivals. 

1085 The wandering minstrel. 

1845. "90 On the towing path near Hen- 

ley-on-Thames. 
1231 A recruiting party. 

32, Castlenau Villas, Barnes, 

1846. 135 The errand cart; view near 

Headcorn, Kent. 
335 The Village forge; view in 

Kent. 
345 The Woodman; view near 

Brenchley, Kent. 
469 Summer evening; view near 

Bexley, Kent, 

1847. 129 Returning from eveningprayers. 
326 A lock on the Thames near 

Meadenham. 
36a Passing shower; view on the 

Thames. 
749 The young shepherds; view in 

Kent. 
1251 Milking - time ; view near 

Llanrwst, North Wales. 
1268 View in Kent — midday. 

1848. 82 Returning from labour — 

autumnal evening. 
422 Thehayfield;viewnearHendon. 
1253 The close of day; a village 
scene, Kent. 

1849. *®9 Crossing the ferry. 

29» The old waggon office; view 
in Kent. 

1850. 546 A Welsh lane. 

1031 On the banks of the Thames. 
1085 The village grove. 

222 In Knowle Park, Kent. 

543 Midday on the Thames. 



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Williams, George Augustus-— con/inu^d. 

1 85 1. 784 The farm pond. 

812 The evening of a stormy day. 
976 Midday — on the Thames. 

1852. 301 Early morning on the Thames, 

Great Marlow. 
5S4 Osier shed — view on the 

Thames. 
1299 The lock ferry — view on the 

Thames. 

1853. 2254 Crossing the common — winter. 

1854. 1123 The ice-cart — winter morning. 
1S55. 641 A showery day. 

663 Sunshine and showers. 

1856. 1099 Hazy morning on the Thames 

— low tide. 
1205 The frozen brook — evening. 

1857. 988 Winter's evening on the banks 

of a river. 
1002 A quiet part of the Thames. 
1 146 Moonlight on the river. 

1858. 744 An approaching shower on 

Wimbledon Common. 

1859. 360 Sunset on the Thames — winter. 
1025 Autumnal evening. "The 

weary sun has made a golden 
set, etc." 
i860. 337 Evening on the Medway, near 
Rochester. 

1 86 1. 398 Shrimpers leaving the beach. 
497 A winter sunset. 

1862. 200 On the beach at Littlehampton 

— evening. 
1864. 102 Morning on the Medway. 

1867. 67 Winter's evening, near Pang- 

bourne. 
261 Morning up the river. 
358 Evening down the river. 

1 868. 470 Morning: hoar frost — Eccles- 

bourne. 
687 Morning: North Wales. 

1869. 834 On the Bowlers, Hastings. 

187 1. 275 Early morning on the beach, 

Devonshire. 
1 141 The gipsy's fireside on Barnes 
Common. 

1872. 233 The approaching storm. 

244 Night on the coast at Tenby. 

1873. 16 Prawners on the beach, near 

Tenby. 

1874. 1027 Mussel-gathering on the beach 

near Monkstone, South 
Wales. 

1875. ai Monkstone Bay, Pembroke- 

shire. 
254 Good-night, father! 
1877. 108 Rochester, from a sketch taken 
in 1857. 
4, Castknau Cottages^ Barnes, 
1885. 340 On the shallows. 



I WILLIAMS, H Painter. 

! 1792. 632 Greenwich Hospital. 

WILLIAMS, H Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
i 1782. 495 View of Sir Charles Asgill's at 
Richmond. 
508 Scene in " As You Like It." 
530 View of the Queen's house 
from the park. 

n. Dean Street, Soho. 
1822. 306 Master Newton. 

WILLIAMS, H Painter. 

38, Upper John Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1856. 371 Henry the Third's tomb, north 

aisle, Westminster Abbey. 
" Entered the church, we to 
a tomb proceed^ etc." — 
Cradbe. 

WILLIAMS, Henry Painter. 

*j 2, /udd Street, 

Brunstvick Square. 

1835. 44* Landscape — evening. 

1836. 248 A river scene. 

813 View on the Thames at Mill- 
bank. 
26, Tonbridge Place, 

New Road. 

1837. 151 Landscape. 

1838. 151 Coast Scene. 

116, Upper Street, Islington. 

1839. 252 Near the New Forest, Hants. 
557 Near Windsor. 

WILLIAMS, Herbert Architect. 

1836. 945 Design for a park entrance. 

23, White Conduit Street, 

1837. 1103 Design for a Town Hall and 

City Law Courts. 

26, Tonbridge Place. 

1 84 1. 1 114 Sussex County Hospital, 

Brighton. 

54, Great Ormond Street. 

1842. 1078 Design for Brighton Parochial 

schools, etc. 

1845. 1294 St. Mark's church, Hamilton 

Terrace, N.W. 

1846. 1277 Study for a chapel of the olden 

time. 
1849. 1 171 Brighton Public Dispensary. 
1852. 1 189 Sussex County Hospital, 

Brighton. 
1855. "*3 School for orphan girls, etc. 

1857. 1032 School for orphan girls at Den- 

bigh, North Wales. 
1 1 12 Do. do. for the Drapers' Com- 
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WILLIAMS, H. J Painter. 

II, Terrace^ Gray* s Inn. 
1833. 566 Water mill — scene from Nature. 
25, Church Street^ 

Lisson Grove, 

1837. 888 Sketch at Hendon. 

1838. 141 Burroughs, Hendon. 
142 Gutterbridge Farm. 

WILLIAMS, H. P Painter. 

53, Chapel Street, Pentonvilie, 

1 84 1. 180 Furness Abbey. 

325 Barges on the Thames. 

1842. 200 Street near the Thames. 

1843. 437 Lane scene. 

571 Scene on the wharf at Win- 
chester. 

1844. 418 A brook scene. 

1845. **° Scene in North Wales. 
385 A lane scene. 

1846. 88 View near Croydon. 
325 A gipsy tent, Norwood. 

33, Paradise Place, 
1851. 408 Near the New Forest. 
492 Crossing the brook. 
9, Charlton Crescent^ 

Cheltenham, 

1853. 163 Low water. 

1854. 378 Off the French coast. 

9, Warren Street, Pentonville, 
1857. 185 Shady lane with cattle. 

WILLIAMS, Hugh Painter. 

120, Edith Road, 

West Kensington. 
1898. 861 The wreath. 

WILLIAMS, J Architect. 

At Mr, Hardwick^s. 
1 799- 944 Design for a public library. 

1800. 961 do. County Hall. 
1068 do. for Park entrance. 

^\, Pall Mall, 

1 801. 935 Design; entrance to a military 

building. 

1802. 908 Design for a villa in Car- 

marthenshire. 

1803. 945 Villa for the Dutchess of Devon- 

shire. 
959 do. do. do. 

1804. 887 Villa on Sydenham Common. 

1805. 735 Church at Bunney, Notts, etc. 

1 1 , Jermyn Street, 

1807. 966 Design for a naval pillar. 

1 01 3 Chapel on Sydenham Com- 
mon. 

1808. 895 Design for a villa. 
997 do. do. 



i 1809. 782 Cottage at Great Bently for 

J. Edenborough, Esq. 
I 803 Design for public building. 

I 18 10. 830 do. a villa. 

I WILLIAMS, J Architect. 

I 4, Marshall St,, London Road, 

j 1807. 1062 Stable for T. Cholmondeley, 

Esq., M.P. 

I WILLIAMS, J Painter. 

8, Great Ryder Street. 
1808. 229 The musical little girl. 
250 The tendency of youth. 

WILLIAMS, James Architect. 

15, Elizabeth Street, 

Eaton Square, 
1842. 1 1 17 Design, St. Giles' Church, 
Camberwell. 

WILLIAMS, James Francis, RSA, 

Painter. 

— Williams, Edinburgh. 

1800. 704 View of Loch Tay in Scotland. 

6, George Street, Edinburgh, 

1823. 254 The Cape on Red Head of 

Angusshire. The scene of 

the perilous escape of the 

Antiquary. 
429 View near Gosford, Frith of 

Forth. 
1840. 52 Rosy the Castle, St. Margaret's 

Hope — evening. 
301 Dunolly Castle, Argyllshire, 

the stronghold of the Lords 

of Lorn. 

WILLIAMS, J. G Painter. 

10, South Molton Street, 

1824. 301 E. J. Mascall, Esq., and Mr. 

and Mrs. F. G. Hamilton. 

1825. 7S2 Miniature portrait of Master 

Harrison. 
25, Store St,, Russell Square, 

1826. 35 Portrait of a lady. 

248 Portraits of Master Wraughton 

and the Misses Harrison. 
293 Master Christopher Hely 

Hutchinson. 
496 Johii Dyer, Esq. 

14, Sumner Place, 
1857. 495 Alice, daughter of W. W. 
Waters, Esq. 

WILLIAMS, J. Haynes- Painter. 

B, Williams, 5, Leicester St, 

1863. 127 Twilight, Autumn; on the way 

to Sandwich. 

1864. 370 Cliff Road, Powell Bay, Kent. 



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Williams, J. Haynes — continued. 

6, Brecknock Crescent. 

1870. 95 Desesperados y Inesperados. 

2, Teynham VillaSy 

North Gate, Regenfs Park. 

1871. 17 The Talisman. 

549 The soldier's last march — 
Granada. "It was piteous 
to see the condemned, so 
youthful, bending in prayer- 
ful absorption over a crucifix. 
Not less touching was it to 
see a poor girl among the 
followers suddenly fall, in a 
death-like swoon, into the 
arms of her aged mother; for 
her sake, perhaps, the breach 
of discipline had been com- 
mitted for which the poor 
young fellow had risked and 
forfeited a life less dear to 
him." 

Prayers for one wounded. 

A los Toros. 

El Saludo. 

Billeted — Spain, 1874. 

Modem occupants of ancient 
homes. 

The ancestor on the tapestry. 

Haynes Williams, 

23, St. Edmund's Terrace, 
Regenfs Park. 

"Ars longa. Vita brevis." 
" Short life ebbs fast, etc." 

Mrs. Haynes Williams. 

The step-mother. 

His first offence. 

The sermon. " Some seeds fell 
upon stony places, etc." — 
Matthew, xiii, 5, 8. 

Wridhern, 

Maresfield Gardens, N. W. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Called to Court. " She thought 
of nothing but the bright life 
before her, and in her youth 
and innocence dreamed only 
of love, and truth, and 
pleasure; but he, her father, 
sighed, and wished that 
France's queen had left his 
child to him and home." 

J. Haynes- Williams. 

1885. 803 An interruption in the dance. 

1 886. 608 Cellini awaiting an interview 

with Frangois I. 

1889. 63 The necklet. 

1890. 721 The last dance. 

Shirley Place, near Southampton. 
1893. 593 Losing. 



1872. 105 

1873. 454 

1874. 609 
1329 

1875. 1204 

1876. 574 



1877. 945 

1880. 134 
534 

1881. 913 

1882. 836 



1883. 189 

1884. 674 



1894. 783 Winning. 

1896. 685 Roses have thorns. 

1897. 429 Unannounced. 

WILLIAMS, J. J Painter. 

9, Hurden Terrace^ 

CamberwelL 

1840. 261 Portrait of his mother. 

WILLIAMS, J. L. See Eden and 
Williams, vol. iii, page 16. 

WILLIAMS, James Leonard. 

Architect. 
3, Staple Inn, 

1897. 1881 Hall at Ford Manor, Lingfield, 

Surrey. 

1898. 1 761 Interior of a mausoleum* 



1836. 

1840. 
1841. 
1843. 
1845. 



1846. 



WILLIAMS, J. M Painter. 

5, Mahledon Place, 
810 Shanklin, from Sandown Bay, 

Isle of Wight. 
566 A ptarmigan and wood-pigeon. 
464 Wild ducks. 
551 Maison des bateliers. 
437 A mill in ruins, near the ram- 
parts, Antwerp. 

20, Gloucester Street. 
624 A staircase in ruins of Caernar- 
von Castle, North Wales. 
1847. 536 A staircase in Rochester Castle, 

Kent. 
1849. 810 Ruins at Crowhurst, Sussex. 

WILLIAMS, J. T. ... Gem Engraver. 
/. T. Williams, 

26, Change Alley, Comhill. 
1831. 1082 Race- horses; an impression 
from an intaglio. 
J. Williams, 

26, Change Alley, Comhill. 

1833. 1072 Partridge-shooting; an impres- 

sion from an intaglio. 
/ T. Williams, 

26, Change Alley, Comhill. 

1834. 969 An Indian attacking a buffalo; 

impression from an intaglio. 

1835. 1019 The Death of William Rufus; 

an intaglio and impression. 

WILLIAMS, James T Painter. 

1836. 250 Westminster Abbey from the 

Thames. 
280 Coast scene — morning. 
606 An old man's head. 

26, Albany Plaxe, CamberwelL 
1839. 190 Limekiln at Kuxton, on the 
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1842. 34 GilHngliara Fort at Chatham* 

J94 On the beach near Folkestone, 
1 843- 6&9 Fisherman — Lad bury *s Cot- 
tages at Rochester. 
631 Folkestone — -sunset. 
6j5 Coast scene^ — morning j collier 
unloading, 
1S44. 4^S Mountain scenery — County of 
Wicklow. 
526 On the Lea— Waltham Abbey. 
&01 A rocky stream in the Daxgle, 
County of Wicklow. 



ILLIAMS, John (Anthony ] 
quin) Pair 



Pas- 
fainter. 

Tempk Bar. 
1775* 343 The Robin Hood; a drawing, 
{Set Pasquin, voL vi, page 70.) 



WILLIAMS, John Painter, 

2, ChtUer Piact^ 

Old Ktnt R&ad. 
1 83 1, 696 Old houses at Waltham Abbey. 

1836. ]io The pass of Llanberis, North 

Wales. 
43© The Valley of Glendalough, 
County Wicklow, Ireland 
5, Church Lane, Isimgton. 

1837, :o7 Canonbury Tower at Islington. 
183S. iH View near Highgate. 

129 An old fann. 
1S39, 106 Lane scene, 

21,1 A public breakfast, 

5, Church Lane^ Islingtan. 
1841. 149 The dock tower at St. Albans. 
190 View near the village of Eriih> 
Kent. 
i$^2. 4'* Lane scene^evening; 
1843, 356 At Newport, Essex. 

1544, 4(9 Lane at Girton, Cambridge- 

shire. 

1545, 3S4 Loch Earn, Scotland. 

J 86 View near Appenzell, Switzer- 
land. 

1846. 177 Lane scene — Suffolk* 
n+9 View near Winchester. 

33, Wimpoie Streei, 

1847. 333 Entrance to the \illage of 

Birchington, near Margate* 
s8i Resting fron:i the plough^ a 
view in Kent 

1848. 476 A river scene. 

951 The Stour, near Sandwich, 
Kent 

18, BdiiU Terrme. 
1851. 1101 At Great VViiagp41ey, Hert- 




1853. 164 At Plumstead, Kent. 

352 Entrance to Queens' College, 
Cambridge. 

1854. 1354 Still life. 

1861. 256 On the Medway. 

WILLIAMS, Johq Edgar Painter. 

9, Milton S/,, Euston Square, 

1846. 80 W. B. Sarsfield Taylor, Esq., 

Founder and Curator of the 

Living Model Academy, 

Upper St. Martin's Lane. 

28, Grosvenor Street, 

1850. 157 A gleaner. 

2, Sidney Place ^ Kin^s Road, 

1 85 1. 345 Mrs. Wilson, Junr., of Pundy- 

van. 

38, Markham Square, 

1852. 201 Mrs. James Mason. 
[854. 299 The young archer. 

II, York Place ^ 

Portman Square, 
1856. 218 Francis Chalmers, Esq., J.P., 
and member of the Metro- 
politan Board of Works. 

13, Gloucester Terrace, 
[857. 31 Robert Frederick Lock, Esq. 

1858. 234 William Jones, Esq., M.D., 
Founder of the Samaritan 
Free Hospital. 

1859. 658 Mrs. J. S. Lavies. 
East Hill Villas, 

Wandsworth, 
t86i. 224 J. W. Taylor, Esq., F.G.S., the 
Greenland traveller and 
Christian Canute, Esqui- 
maux (now in England). 
Scenery, the Fiord of Kan- 
gerdluarsak, Greenland, in 
the month of September. 
£862. 210 At the seaside; portraits. 

1863. 19 The Right Rev. Joseph Cotton 
Wigram, D.D., Bishop of 
Rochester. 

693 Edward Hodges Bally, R.A., 
F.R.S. 

6, St, Edfnund*s Terrace, 

1864. 317 The Studio: portraits of W. F. 
Witherington, Esq., R.A., 
P. MacDowall, Esq., R.A., 
and F. R. Pickersgill, Esq., 
R.A. 

1865. 474 Rev. James Lupton, M.A., 
Minor Canon of St. Paul's 
and Westminster Abbey. 

1867. 4 The Dean of Chichester. 

( Walter Farquhar Hook,) 
i868. 636 The Rt. Rev. C. J. Ellicott, 

Bishop of Gloucester and 

Bristol. 



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Williams, John Edgar — continued, 

1872. 18 The Rt. Hon. Sir Sills John 

Gibbons, Bart., Lord Mayor. 
Presentation portrait, 

1873. 1059 The Archbishop of Westmins- 

ter. 

1874. 21 Lord Lawrence, G.C.B., P'irst 

Chairman of the London 
School Board. Painted for 
the Board Room, 

1876. 167 W. L. Newcombe, Esq., of the 

Midland Railway Company. 
Presentation portrait, 

1877. 500 Rev. John Russell, M. A., Rec- 

tor of Swimbridge, North 
Devon. 

1878. 279 Rt. Rev. Piers C. Claughton, 

D.D., Chaplain-General, late 
Bishop of Colombo. 

1879. 346 George Burt, Esq., J.P., Sheriff 

of London and Middlesex, 

etc. Presentation portrait, 
1 88 1. 296 Sir Edward Bates, Bart., late 

M.P. for Plymouth. Presen- 

tation portrait, 
1883. 275 Richard T. Pickersgill, Esq. 

WILLIAMS, Joseph Lionel. 

Painter. 

5, Mabledon Place, 

1836. 62 Theory. 
63 Practice. 

958 The Duke of Buckingham and 
Fenella. " * I will save your 
Grace that unworthy trouble, ' 
said the lady, haughtily, 
and, rising up, she flung 
back over her shoulders the 
veil which shrouded her." — 
Peveril of the Peak. 

1845. s^7 Milton dictating Paradise 
Lost. * * He composed much 
in the morning, and dictated 
in the day, sitting obliquely 
in an elbow chair, with his 
leg thrown over his arm." — 
Johnson, 
I, Lodge Road, Regenfs Park, 

1847. 791 The buttery hatch — Monks 
giving alms to the poor. 
22, Victoria Road, Kensington, 

1857. 1 140 The chapel of the Virgin in the 
under croft of Canterbury 
Cathedral. 

187 1. 737 An itinerant toy-seller in the 

olden time. 

1872. 746 The story of the battle. **0h, 

such a day, So fought, so 
followed, etc." — Shake- 
speare. 



1872. 782 A Committee of Naval Con- 

structors. 

1873. 713 Market day in the olden time; 

the crockery seller. 
821 A bit of gossip. 

1874. 906 "The soldier tells his tale of 

love and war." 
932 Ballad singers. "This battle 
was fought near to Titbury 
town. Where the Bagpipes 
baited the bull, etc." 

WILLIAMS, Miss Juliet N.... Painter. 
5, Meadow Studios, Bus hey, 

1902. 1034 "He who finds the blue-bell 

white, etc." 

WILLIAMS, Miss L. Gwendolen. 

Sculptor. 

The Art College, Wimbledon, 

1893. 1718 Hypatia; head. 

22, Gordon Place, Kensington, 

1894. 1805 Christabel; bust. 

Alexandra House, Kensington, 

1895. 1664 Evangeline; relief. 

1896. 1847 Mrs. Douglas Scott; bust. 
1859 Miss Augusta M. Parkyns; 

medallion. 

1897. I9S7 Psyche; bust. 
2037 Augusta; bust. 

4, The Studios, 

Holland Park Road. 

1899. 1912 A peri; bust. 
1921 Sappho; statuette. 

1900. 1928 Geraldine; bust. 
1940 A little peasant. 
1961 Out of reach; group. 

Bleashy Vicarage, Nottingham, 

1901. 1719 Doris; bust 
1813 Pandora; bust. 

3, Wentworth Studios, 

Manresa Road. 

1903. 1706 Virgin and child; group. 

1904. 17S5 The Beggar Maid of King 

Cophetua; bust. 

WILLIAMS, L. J Architect. 

6, Staple Inn, Holbom. 
1894. 1706 The Gable, Nightingale Lane. 

WILLIAMS, Miss M Painter. 

30, Lamb^s Conduit Street. 
1 793- 57® Inspiration. 

WILLIAMS, Miss Mary A.... Painter. 
1 2, Jubilee Place, Chelsea. 

1903. 1383 Portrait of a lady. 

15, Ranelagh Avenue, Barnes. 

1904. 1373 " Little Vi." 

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WILLIAMS, Miss. 

Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 784. 304 Portrait of a lady- 



1822. 
1823. 
1824. 



1826. 



1828. 



1829. 
1830. 



1832. 



WILLIAMS, Penry , Painter- 

64, Newman Sireei. 
565 Portrait of a lady. 
220 View of Pont Neath, Vaughn. 
24 View from Westcomb Park, 

Blackheath. 
737 Portrait of a gentleman, 
336 View of Lancaster. 

222 Young Italian peasants. 

246 View of Rome from the Bar- 
barini gardens, 

347 A town in Switzerland. 
I, Vicolo d^ Greet 

del BalbuinOy Rome. 
30 The return — a cottage scene in 

the Campagna di Roma* 
38 A Roman beggar woman and 
her child. 

285 Italian peasants praying to the 
Madonna. 

319 The Procession to the Christen- 
ing, a scene at L'Ariccia, 
near Rome. 
1833. 205 Scene at the Festa of the Ma- 
donna del Arco. 
12, Piazza Megnandlt^ Rome, 
35 Pilgrims reposing at a cross. 

226 A ferry on the river Ninfa, 
Sermoneta in the distance^ 
a scene in the Pontine 
Marshes, near Rome. 

328 Mr. Francis Arundale in his 
Syrian costume. 

487 Festa of the Madonna del* Arco 
at Naples. 
1842. 379 II voto, or the convalescent. 
" The subject of the picture, 
a vow paid on recovery from 
severe illness, is a religious 
observance still adhered to 
in the neighbourhood of 
Rome. A young girl con- 
valescent, accompanied by 
her family and friends, is 
represented arriving at the 
end of her pilgrimage at the 
shrine of the *' Madonna 
della Salute," her gay cos- 
tume thrown aside, and a 
black dress with red and 
blue ribbons adopted in its 
stead, which, on such occa- 
sions, it is customary to 
wear for one year as a sign 



1835. 



1836. 
1837. 



1844, 
1845^ 

1848. 



1849, 



1850. 



iSS4. 



i86d. 



i86i. 
1869. 



of the vow, as a work of de- 
votion. She approaches the 
sacred shrine barefoot as well 
as her companions* Her 
mother is carrying her now 
useless crutches, and her 
friends bring offerings of 
silver hearts (on which the 
letters P.G.R. express *Per 
grazia ricevuta*), wreaths and 
bunches of flowers, painted 
cand J es, etc. , etc. , all of 
which are consigned to the 
shrine of the Madonna as 
tokens of gratitude.'* 

372 John Gibson, Esq., R.A* 

118 Lady Charlotte Guest, 

2 \ 5 Viscountess Joscelyn* 
47 A young goatherd of the Cam- 
pagna of Rome. 

136 Italian playmates* 

495 The artist's portfolio — scene 
near Oleavano, neighbour- 
hood of Rome. 

132 A mother praying to the Ma- 
donna for the recovery of her 
sick child, 

152 The Italian mother- 

\x% The fountain — a scene at Mola 

di Gaeta. 
S5 An Italian Cottage Door. 

103 Scene in the Campagna, Rome, 
looking towards the Alban 
Mount. 

344 A rustic toilette. 

Sis Scene in the Campagna of 
Rome, looking towards the 
Alban Hills, Claudian Aque- 
duct, etc. 

389 Mass being performed for the 
reapers during harvest time, 
in theCampagna, near Rome. 

462 Italian mother and child 

770 An Italian peasant at her de- 
votions. 



WILLIAMS, Pownoll T Painter. 

3, Stratford Avenue^ 

Kensington, 
6S6 A dying rose, 
663 On the Gtudecca. 
871 A street in Chioggia. 
873 On the Canal of St. Mark. 
659 A grey day on the Lago Mag- 
giore* 
78, Eim Park Pood, S. W. 
iS35» %i%i Noon. "With fearful power 
the noonday reigns, And the 
palm*trees yield no shade." 
— Mrs. Jfemans, 



1 880. 
1881. 



1883. 



292 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Williams, Pownoll T. — continued, 

114, Inverness Terrace ^ W, 
1893. 1044 A corner of a market garden. 
1897. 1244. A group of roses. 

WILLIAMS, R Painter. 

At Mr, Concanen^Sy 

Three Crown Courts 

Southwark, 

1795. »82 Portrait of a Cornish fish 

woman. 
3, Red Lion Street^ 

Borough High Street. 

1796. 218 Portrait of an artist. 

1797. 285 do. officer. 

Cross Street^ Finsbury Square, 
1799. 531 Master Maisingall. 

II, Union Courts Broad St. 
1 813. 67 Portrait of an artist. 
3, JVew Union Street^ 

Little Moorfieids. 
1815. 313 Miss Williams. 
181 7. 517 Portrait of an artist. 
611 W. F. Holt, Esq. 

WILLIAMS, R Sculptor. 

I, York Street^ Foley Place. 

1822. 1003 Bust of a gentleman. 

1823. 1092 Milo, the Crotonian, caught in 

the cleft of a tree. 

1824. 1022 Bust of Charles Rossi, Esq., 

R.A. 

41, York Square^ Diorama. 
1826. 939 Medallic portrait of a gentle- 
man. 
943 do. do. 

99, Grove Street^ 

Camden Town. 
1828. 1 1 37 Bacchus. 

7, Cadogan Street^ 

Sloane Street. 
1832. 1116 Haidee recovering Juan. 

WILLIAMS, Richard A Painter. 

29, Woodstock Road, Chiswick. 
1884. 766 A bit of Hampstead Heath. 

WILLIAMS, R. P Painter. 

3, Bath Place, Dalston. 
1854. 1052 James Stewart, Esq. 

1862. 808 A. L. Boucicault, Esq. 

69, Gloucester Street, Pimlico. 

1863. 860 His Excellency Colonel S. J. 

Hill, C.B., Governor of An- 
tigua and the Leeward Is- 
lands. 

1864. 654 Rear- Admiral Edward Barnett, 

F.R.G.S. 

154, Warwick Street. 
1867. 942 Study of a head. 



WILLIAMS, S Gem Engraver. 

— Williams, 

3, Beaufort Buildings^ 

Strand. 

1 781. 292 Portraitof His Majesty. A Paris, 

from the antique figure in 
the collection of Lord Shel- 
bume. A lion and shield. 
S. Williams, 

3, Becuifort Buildings, 

Strand. 

1782. 159 Portrait in wax. 

WILLIAMS, S Painter. 

13, Old Bond Street. 
1807. 285 Andromeda. 

403 An Irish character. 

494 Mr. Blade. 

54^ Sir J. Banks, K.B. 

545 Rev. Mr. Townsend, Bath. 

559 Portrait of an officer. 

710 Cupid and Psyche. 

WILLIAMS, S Painter. 

2, Hadlow Street. 
1 83 1. 96 Sketching a countryman. 

WILLIAMS, S Painter. 

41, Eden Plcue, 

Old Kent Road. 

1843. 479 An old mill at Tunbridge. 

1844. 597 Caislian na Circe Castle, Con- 

nemara, Ireland. 

WILLIAMS, Solomon, R.H.A. 

Painter. 

29, Suffolk Street, Strand. 

1 791. 149 Portrait of a lady. 

267 do. of a gentleman. 

(Associate of the Academy at 
Bologna.) 

13, Poland Street. 

1792. 41 Portrait of a lady and child. 

{Mrs. Waddington.) 
333 Portrait of an officer. {Captain 
CoivalL) 

21, Charles Street, 
Middlesex Hospital. 
1796. 3 The happy mother. 
69 Sympathy. 

331 Portrait of an officer. (&> 
W, Johnstone, Bart.) 
2, Edward Street, 

Cavendish Squa, 
1803. 118 A boy and favourite dog- 
summer's evening. 
136 A girl and favourite dog — 
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1803. 165 An altar-piece. "Nevertheless, 

not my will, but thine be 
done." — Luke^ xxii, 42. 
286 Mr. Daniel. 

21, Pall MalL 

1804. 82 The Maid of Corinth, or the 

origin of painting. 
8s Painting, under the patronage 
of Minerva, recommended 
to Mercury. 
656 Portraits of a gentleman and 
his horse. 

13, Old Bond Street. 
1806. 25 Portrait of Faulkner. 
26 Captain Hardy. 
325 A family group, Madame 
Halenden. 
Mabledon Place^ 

Burton Crescent. 

1835. ioo6 The Gypsies. "As o*er my 

palm the silver piece she 
drew, etc." — Rogers. 

1836. 252 The blacksmith's shop. "There 

smokes his forge, he bares 
his sinewy arm, etc." — 
Gray. 



WILLIAMS, Tcrrick Painter. 

Oaklands^ Lewisham Park. 
800 A by-path. 
525 Return of a herring-boat; Kat- 

wijk, Holland. 
476 A quiet morning, Runswick 

Bay. 
553 The fisherman's family. 
829 For Michaelmas. 

Art Club Studio, Blackheath. 
639 After the night's fishing. 
753 Fish sale in Holland — misty 

morning. 
757 Flower stall in Paris. 
683 Morning on the rocks, Viller- 

ville. 
622 A grey sky, Venice. 
739 An Italian mountain town. 
699 Dutch fisher-folk. 

I Miss Margery Home. 
Ill Evening — Poole Quay. 
60 The end of a rough day, 

Whitby. 
498 The Barbican, Plymouth. 
533 A wet day, Poole. 
675 On the rocks, Brixham. 
681 The market, Dieppe. 
6 J Digjging sand. 
247 Shrimpers, Normandy* 
195 The drinking pond, 
400 Market day, Pont Aven. 
947 The quay-side, Rouen. 



1888. 
1889. 

1890. 



1891. 



1892. 

1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 

1898. 



1899. 

1900. 




1902. 315 Sardine boats, Concarneau. 

415 Evening — Concarneau. 

773 Pots and pans; do. 

789 Blue nets; do. 

1903- 455 Fruit market, Fiume. 

495 At the pier head, Concarneau. 

676 A Turkish boat, Ragusa. 

768 An Italian archway. 

1904. 570 Digging sand, coast of France. 
703 Melons and tomatoes, Rimini. 

769 The fisherman's evening. 

WILLIAMS, Thomas Painter. 

49, Upper Marykbone Street. 
1 84 1. 127 Girl and dog. 
1850. 1253 Twickenham,from the Thames. 

WILLIAMS, T. H Painter. 

Pomeroy 'Conduit' Street y 

Plymouth Dock. 
1801. 315 View in Wales. 

J. H. Williams, Exeter. 

1807. 368 View on the river Plym, Devon. 

373 do. Erme, above Ivy 

Bridge, Devon. 

T. H. Williams. No address. 

1 8 14. 595 Sketches of the Mystic Bridge, 

from the Falls at Doly Myll- 
enlyn and the Rhaiderdtl, 
near Tany bylch. 

Alphington Cross, Exeter. 

1828. 90 The tired cottage girl, waiting 

on the borders of a moor 
the return of her parents 
from market. 

1829. 12 The visit to the deer park. 

1830. 996 Ruralizing on the rocky banks 

of the Teign, Devon: a 
study for a large picture. 

WILLIAMS, W Painter. 

23, Duke Street, Edinburgh. 

1815. 497 View in Glen Coe, Highlands 

of Scotland. 

WILLIAMS, W Painter. 

55, Brook Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1841. 228 Landscape — evening. 

238 Landscape — early morning. 

34, Great Ormond Street. 
1845. 1277 Victualling Office, Plymouth. 

WILLIAMS, W Painter. 

15, Trim Street, Bath. 
1845. 854 Sunset — View on the Avon, 
Keynsham, between Bath 
and Bristol. 



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1846. 



1847. 



Williams, W. — continued. 

No address, 
557 View on the Vale of Neath, 

South Wales. 
1204 Study from Trefusis Wood, 
Falmouth. 

I, Pultney Bridge, Bath. 
Sunrise — entrance to Falmouth 
Harbour on the Fal, Corn- 
wall; fishing boats tacking. 
235 On the Cad, Bickleigh Vale, 

Devonshire. 
1 126 Twilight on the Exe, from 
Exeter Quay, Devonshire. 
3, Geneva Cottages, Torquay. 
1849. 308 Loch scene in the Newton 
Marshes; Dartmoor hills in 
the distance. 
424 A scene near Salmon Pool on 

the Exe — twilight. 
279 A study from Nature. 
1 1 22 A View of the Lizard Point, 

Kynance Cove, Cornwall. 
1 21 5 A scene on the Teign near 

Newton Devon. 
414 Scene on the Exe, Topsham — 

evening. 
637 Scene from Milburn Common, 
with Dartmoor hills in the 
distance, near Newton. 
109 Scene on the Exe with Tops- 
ham in the distance. 
239 Dynas Rock, Vale of Neath, 

South Wales. 
17 A scene on the Erme, Ivy- 
bridge. 
72 Evening — a lock scene, on the 
Teign, with Dartmoor hills 
in the distance. 

Topsham. 

1854. 298 A scene from the bathing cove, 

Torquay. 

1085 Early morning — twilight, on 

the Clyst river, Topsham, 

Devon. 

360 On the Clyst marshes near 

Topsham. 
535 Near Fairlight, on the Sussex 

coast. 
173 Teignmouth 

Devon. 
459 Pradanack 

Cornwall. 
1098 Scene on the Erme, near Har- 
ford Bridge, Devonshire. 
84 A sketch in Dolyddelen Vale, 
from near Ponty Pan Bridge, 
North Wales. 

322 Sunset on the Exe. 

323 A storm gathering on the coast. 



1850. 



1851. 



1852. 



1853. 



1855. 
1856. 

1857. 
1858. 



beach, South 
Point, Mullion, 



1859. 470 Scene in the Dollyddelen Vale; 

with Moel ad Nogen in the 

distance. 
794 Early morning on the Exe. 
1863. 484 In the fields on the outskirts of 

Dartmoor, near Mary Tavy. 
1867. 195 Boulders on the Teign, Chag- 

ford. 

WILLIAMS, Walter Painter. 

32, Castlenau Villas, Barnes. 

1854. 36 Near Talyllyn, North Wales. 
515 A View on the Glasllyn, North 

Wales. 

1855. 130 Harvest time; a study from 

nature. 
283 A lane, near Llanbdr, North 
Wales. 

1856. 49 Near Tyn-y-graes, North Wales. 

8, Lonsdale Terrace, Barnes. 

1859. 345 A July study of Devonshire 
wild flowers, with Dartmoor 
hills in the distance.' 

1862. 130 On the Thames near Cook- 
ham, Berks. 
319 On Wimbledon Common, Sur- 
rey. 

1867. 360 Mynydd, near Beddgelert, 
North Wales. 

Florence Villa, Barnes. 

1880. 208 Blushing morn. 

WILLIAMS, Mrs. Walter (E.) 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Lonsdale Terrace, Barnes. 
1858 755 Henry Seymour, Esq. 

WILLIAMS, William Painter. 

Norwich. 
1770. 199 A landscape — an autumnal 
evening, with figures. The 
hint taken from the Spec- 
tator, No. 425. 
At Mr. Christie's, 
Northumberland St., Strand. 
1773- 3" 3 Portrait of a Turkish Jew. 

314 do. lady in a riding 

dress. 

Compton Street, Sofio. 

1777. 372 A landscape with a ferry boat. 

373 A mill at Louth, in Lincoln- 

shire. 

374 A small landscape, with figures. 

375 A cottage in Lincolnshire. 

1778. 344 A morning view of Colebrooke 

Dale, and part of the exten- 
sive iron works. 
345 An afternoon view of Cole- 
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1778. 346 A 



347 



348 



1787- 36 
«3i 
133 
148 

«94 
414 



1788. 150 
385 



1790- 74 
156 

226 



1792. 455 
622 
626 



extensive iron works, from 

Lincoln Hall, terminated 

by the celebrated mountain 

Wrekin. 
thunder-storm, with the 

death of Amelia. From 

Thomson's Summer. 
The enchanted island, with the 

characters of Trincalo and 

Caliban, from Shakespeare. 
A warm sunset, with the Good 

Samaritan. 

37, Long Acre. 
Banditti sleeping; a sketch. 
Portrait of a Polish Jew. 
Head of a banditti. 
Holy family; half length. 
A moonlight. 
A cottager and family; the hint 

from Gray's Elegy. 

3, Newport Street, 
Venus attended by the Graces; 

portraits. 
Landscape. 

Portrait of an old man, 
29, Suffolk Street^ 

Charing Cross, 
Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 

Ileavistde,) 
Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 

Heaviside^ Senr,) 
Cymon and Iphigine. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. lady of quality. 

{Marchioness of Bucking- 
ham,) 

125, Strand, 
Cattle and herdsman. 
Mending the roads. 
Waggon going through the 

woods. 
Travellers sleeping. 



WILLIAMS, William Painter. 

St. Albans, 
1777. 376 A picture of a scull. 

WILLIAMS, William. 

Sculptor and Architect. 
St, Aldan's Place, St, James's. 
1824. 927 Model of a design for a new 
London Bridge, and an ap- 
proach thereto from East- 
cheap, by means of a raised 
road on a level with the 
middle of the centre arch; 
with protending roads on 
each side to Thames Street, 
etc. 



1824. 971 Model of a design for a new 
Post office, intended to have 
been erected on ground 
marked out between St. 
MartinVle-Grand and St. 
Anne's Lane. 
I, Lion St,y Neiv Kent Road, 

1832. 953 Interior of a church. 
1078 Portrait of a lady. 

1083 do. gentleman. 

1833. 1040 Medallic portrait of a lady. 
1 1 68 Bust of a gentleman. 

T 2, Judd Street, 

1834. 972 Medallic portrait of a gentle- 

man. 
1066 Bust of a gentleman. 
33, Berkeley Street, 

Lambeth Walk. 
1S35. 997 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1837. 1143 Medallic portrait of a clergy- 

man. 
1159 A portrait. 

13, Windmill Street, 

Lambeth Walk, 

1838. 1350 Bust of a gentleman. 

1839. 1338 do. do. 

WILLIAMS (W. A.) and HOPTON. 

Architects. 
1890. 1891 The Swiss Hotel, Old Compton 
Street 

WILLIAMS, William Oliver. 

Painter. 

St, John's Hill, Shrewsbury. 
1858. 40 Portrait of a gentleman. 

177 Rev. B. H. Kennedy, D.D., 
President of the School of 
Art, Shrewsbury. 

4, Cornwall Crescent. 
i860. 531 "Love knows no sleep." 

Llangollen. 

186 1. 577 A glimpse into the future. 

Corwen. 

1862. 481 Love or War. 

2, Clarendon Villas, 

Belsize Road. 

1863. 582 Crossing the ford. 

WILLIAMS, W. R Architect. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1854. 1098 Interior of a cathedral. 

1855. 1273 An Interior. 

WILLIAMS, WEST, and SLADB. 

Architects. 
3, Grosvenor Street, W, 
1892. 1823 Design for Bucharest Houses 
of Parliament. 



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WILLIAMSON, Daniel Alexander. 

Painter. 
2, Blenheim Cottages^ Feckham. 

1853. 435 Portrait of an old lady. 

1854. 431 Mrs. G. D. Pollock. 

1855. 4°' ^^^^ feeding fowls. 

1856. 4* A portrait. 

332 A group of sheep. 

1857. 627 Children and dog. 

2, Albert Cottages, 

Denmark Road, 

1858. 411 Alder trees. 

494 The shepherd's dog. 

WILLIAMSON, Francis John. 

Sculptor. 
F. T. Williamson, 

6, Werrington Street, 

Oakley Square, 

1853. 1357 Bust of a child. 

4, Harrington Street, 

1854. 1519 Medallion, in marble, of Mrs. 

William Ledger. 
F,J, Williamson, 

17, Osnaburgh Street, 

1855. 1493 Medallion of a friend. 

1549 do. W. Ledger, Esq. 

5, Werrington Street, 

1857. 1270 Master George Turner, young- 

est son of G. VV. Adams, 
Esq., of Notting Hill; bust. 

1271 Master \V. Herbert, eldest son 
of G. W. Adams, Esq. ; bust. 

1366 Miss E. P. Smith; medallion. 
Esher, Surrey, 

1858. 1257 G. W. Adams, Esq.; medal- 

lion. 

1859. 1307 Mrs.W. Ledger. 

i860. 1066 Miss Rosa Hayes, daughter of 
Mr. Serjeant Hayes. 
1085 Mr. Serjeant Hayes; medal- 
lion. 

1861. 1028 Mrs. Alfred Wills; posthumous 

bust. 

1862. 1 109 The late Rev. W. Wills; post- 

humous. 

1863. 1196 Heathfield Harmon Stephen- 

son, of the All England 
Eleven; bust. 

1867. 1140 Hero; to be executed in marble, 

"Gazed on the earth the 
maid, and could not speak, 
etc." — Dean Milman, 

1868. 1167 Mrs. A. W. Wills, of Edgbas- 

ton, Birmingham. 

1869. 1171 Robert Few, Esq., of Wolsey 

Grange, Esher. 
1255 Dinah consoling Hetty in 
prison. " Slowly, while 
Dinah was speaking, Hetty 



1870. 



1871. 



1872. 



1873- 



1874. 



1875. 
1876. 



rose, took a step forward, 

and was clasped in Dinah's 

arms, etc." — Vide Adam 

Bede, 
1041 Bust of a lady. 
1 1 84 Dinah consoling Hetty in 

prison, etc. 
1 1 99 Enc, son of Frederick Lincoln 

Bevan, Esq.; marble. 
1204 Ideal head of a child. 
1297 Briseis. "She in soft sorrows 

and in pensive thought" — 

Fope, 

1321 Sunrise; ideal in marble. 

1322 Frank Bruce Eastwood; mar- 

ble. 
1 33 1 Lily; ideal head in marble. 
1400 "Baby!" Norman, son of 

Arthur Lovegrove, Esq. 
1528 "Caught" John, eldest son 

of Sir William Stirling Max- 
well, Bart. 
1530 "Flown." Archibald, second 

son of Sir William Stirling 

Maxwell, Bart. 
1421 The Hon. Mrs. Norton. 
1426 The Countess of Rosslyn. 
1439 Sir William Stirling Maxwell, 

Bart. 
1547 Spring and Autumn. 
1 591 Portrait, alto-relievo; marble. 
1 503 The fisher boy : youngest son of 

T. D. Anderson, Esq., of 

Waverley Abbey. 
1562 Richard Baxter. 
1242 Mrs. H. H. Walford. 
1399 The Countess of Rosslyn; 

marble bust 

1436 Maria Amelia Florence, daugh- 

ter of the Rev. James Hill ; 
marble statue. 

1437 Dr. Priestley, the discoverer of 

Oxygen. Erected in Birm- 
ingham, 

1489 His Excellency Count Miins- 
ter, German Ambassador; 
marble bust. 

1494 The Earl of Rosslyn; marble 
bust 



1877. 1422' 



1423 



1424 



Model of me- 
morial to the 
late Princess 
Charlotte. To 
be executed 
in marble and' 
placed in 
Claremont 
Palace. 



The death of 
Princess Char- 
lotte. 

The married 
life at Clare- 
mont. 

The offering 
the crown of 
Belgium to 
Prince Leo- 

. pold. 



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1877. 
1878. 



1879. 

1881. 
1883. 



1884. 

1885. 
1886. 



1887. 



1889. 



1890. 

VIII 



1435 Modesty; marble. 
1529 Miranda; marble. 

1464 H.R.H. Prince Albert Victor 

of Wales; statue, marble. 
Executed for H. M. the 
Queen, 

1465 H.R.H. Prince George of 

Wales ; statue, marble. Exe- 
cuted for H,M, the Queen, 

151 1 Lord Loughborough and Hon. 
Fitzroy St. Clair Erskine, 
sons of the Earl and Coun- 
tess of Rosslyn. To be exe- 
cuted in marble, 

1480 Ferreting; a portrait group. 
To be executed in marble, 

1540 H.R.H. the Duchess of Al- 
bany; bust, marble. Exe- 
cuted for H,M, the Queen, 

1542 H.R.H. the Duke of Albany; 
bust, marble. Executed for^ 
and exhibited' by y command of 
H, M, the Queen, 

1555 The Rt. Hon. George Cubitt, 
M.P. ; bust, marble. 

1559 Mrs. Cubitt; bust, marble. 

1810 H.R.H. Princess Alice of Al- 
bany. Exhibited by command 
of H, M, the Queen, 

2019 Autumn. 

2033 Spring; marble. 

1777 H.R.H. Princess Beatrice, 
Princess Henry of Batten- 
berg; bust, marble. Ex- 
hibited by command of H,Mi 
the Queen, 

1780 Lord Esher, Master of the 
Rolls; bust, marble. 

1821 H.R.H. the Duchess of* Con- 
naught and Strathearn ; bust, 
marble. Exhibited by com- 
mand of H, M, the Queen. 

1824 H.R.H. the Duke of Con- 
naught and Strathearn; bust, 
marble. Exhibited by com- 
mand of H, M, the Queen, 

1784 Sister Dora. Cast of statue 
erected at Walsall. 

179 s Lady and dogs ; portrait 
group, terra-cotta. 

1842 Her Majesty the Queen; bust, 
marble. Executed by com- 
mand of H,M, the Queen, 

2015 Mrs. Kersey; bust, marble. 

2042 The Rev. W. Rogers, M.A., 
Rector of Bishopsgate; bust, 
marble. 

2044 Robert Kersey, Esq. ; bust, 
marble. 

1945 Hypatia ; statue, marble. "She 



1890. 1965 



1891. 1967 

1892. 1904 

1893. 1725 



1821 



1894. 1778 

1895. 1624 

1896. 1791 
1804 

1897. 1953 

2007 



shook herself free from her 
tormentors, and springing 
back, rose for one moment 
to her full height, naked, 
snow-white against the dusky 
mass around, etc." — Kings- 
ley. 

Robert Godlonton, Esq. ; bust, 
marble. For Cape Town, 

Fairholmey Exeter, 

Lady Coleridge ; bust, marble. 

Her Majesty the Queen; 
statuette, marble. 

Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief 
Justice of England; bust, 
marble. 

H.R.H. the late Duke of 
Clarence and Avondale. 

The Princess Victoria Eugenie, 
daughter of T.R.H. the 
Prince and Princess Henry 
of Battenberg. 

{Exhibited by command of 
H,M, the Queen,) 

The late Lord Tennyson; bust, 
marble. 

The late Sir Harry Verney, 
Bart.; bust, marble. 

Sir J. Whittaker Ellis, Bart.; 
bust, marble. 

H.R.H. Prince Edward of 
York; statuette. 

H.R.H. the Duke of Cam- 
bridge, K.G. For the City 
of London, 

Robert Burns j statuette, bronze. 



WILLIAMSON, Frederick... Painter. 
15, President Street West, 

Goswell Road, 
1864. 615 Sheep at rest. 

Holmesdaky Reigate, 

1866. 731 Landscape, with sheep. 

I, Vincent Villas ^ Dorking, 

1867. 739 A heath scene. 

1868. 697 Sheep at rest. 
774 A hill side. 

Farncombe Villas^ 

near Godalming, 

1869. ^40 Sheep on a common. 
662 A group of sheep. 

1870. 605 Near Bethesda, North Wales. 
616 Near Dorking, Surrey. 

1 87 1. 747 Near Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. 

1872. 710 Spring-time in Surrey. 
822 Ewhurst, Surrey. 

Vine Cottage, Witley, 

1873. 856 On the Surrey hills. 

1874. 894 A hill side. 

907 Landscape and sheep. 

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Williamson, Frederick— con/mued. 

1875. 690 On Hambledon Common. 

1876. 780 Morning. 

1877. 660 Near Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 
7x8 A sea coast. 

1878. 671 Sea coast with cows and 

sheep. 
693 Near Luccombe, Isle of Wight. 
843 Hambledon, Surrey. 

1879. 726 Bannicles; Witley. 
738 Driving sheep. 

829 A Surrey landscape. 
853 Donkey and foal. 

1880. 737 St. Lawrence, Isle of Wight. 
888 On the Surrey Hills. 

1 88 1. 817 Looking over Havre; Gosse- 

lin, Sark. 
859 Autumn. 
1884. 981 Winkford, Witley. 

1073 Hope's Nose, Torquay. 
1886. 1 1 63 Banacles, Witley. 
1266 Walberswick. 

87, Piccadilly, 
1888. 1228 Studland, near Swanage. 

44, Piccadilly, 

1892. 1 160 Score Valley, Ilfracombe. 

1893. 1068 Miller's Dale, Derbyshire. 
1895. 1 100 Studland Bay, near Swanage. 

Quex Lodge ^ 

West End Lane, N.W. 
1900. 1268 A common, Midhurst. 

WILLIAMSON, H. H Painter. 

5, Bedford Street, 

Bedford Square. 
1876. 267 After a gale — off Dunstanbro*. 

WILLIAMSON, John Painter. 

I, Ely Place, Holbom, 
1783. 69 Portrait. 

WILLIAMSON, John Painter. 

6, Shandwick Place, Edinburgh, 
1891. 1240 A poorhouse incident. 

48, Flanders Road, 

Bedford Park, 

1893. 341 Miss Margaret Balfour. 

1894. 786 Portrait study. 

1895. 254 Mariella, daughter of Professor 

F. York Powell. 

WILLIAMSON, J. B Sculptor. 

Wallington Place, 

Kennington Road, 
1855. H89 Morning; bas-relief. 

15, Bloomfield Terrace, 

1862. 1069 The Dream; bas-relief. 

1863. U07 Master Alexander. 



51, CoUshiU Street. 

1864. 968 The late M. Thackeray, Esq. 
973 Master Williamson. 

1865. 1000 Miss Susanna. 

1866. 954 Miss Constance. 

1867. 1102 Master W. McCleary. 

1868. 1060 Miss M. Gavin; medallion. 

WILLIAMSON, J. B Painter. 

iiZ, Elmty Street. 
187 1. 780 Low tide at Ramsgate. 

WILLIAMSON, John Smith. 

Painter. 
2, Nottingham Ptace. 

1866. 678 The lessening sail 

140, Camden Street. 

1867. 867 Filey Beach. 

28, Camden Street. 

1870. 528 The Black Scar, near Whitby. 

187 1. 654 Drying sails — Hastings. 
1873. 1325 A drawn battle. 

WILLIAMSON, Miss Leila K. 

Painter. 
78, West Cromwell Road. 
1894. 1202 Polly; a portrait. 

WILLIAMSON, Mrs Painter. 

210, Oxford Street. 

1802. 371 A head of Christ. 

91, Wimpole Street. 
1805. 588 Portrait of a lady. 

609 A child nursing a doll. 
659 Mrs. Haddane. 

WILLIAMSON, Samuel Painter. 

Liverpool. 
181 1. 497 View in Wales, with Cattle. 

WILLIAMSON, W Painter. 

Herefordshire, 

1803. '5* Portrait of J. Wild, a wood- 

man. 

WILLIAMSON, W Painter. 

8, Camden Terrace, 

1852. 211 A squally day on the Dutch 

coast. 

WILLIAMSON, W. H Painter. 

18, Harrington Street. 

1853. 1293 On the Coast of Kent. 

1855. 331 Stormy weather, coast of Hol- 
land. 
5, Bedford Street, 

Bedford Square, 
1875. 535 Fishing boats in the channel, 
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WILLIAMSON, W. M Painter. 

51, Coleshill Street, 
1868. 694 Old House, Exe Island, Exe- 
ter. 

118, Ebury Street. 

187 1. 708 A sea breeze. 

853 J. B. Williamson, Esq. 

1872. 736 A farmyard. 
762 Taking a nap. 

1873. y77 At Kingsdown. 

WILLING, T., Junr Painter. 

18 16. 577 Portrait of a gentleman. 

WILLINK (W. E.) and THICK- 

NESSE (Philip) Architects. 

14, Castle Street^ Liverpool. 

1893. 1629 Blawith, Grange over Sands. 

1894. 1536 Billiard-room, Blawith, Grange- 

over-Sands. 
1900. 1748 Parr's Bank, Liverpool. With 

R. N, Shaw, J^.A. 
{See Thicknesse and Willink, vol vii, 

page 356.) 

WILLIS, Edmund R Painter. 

IVo address. 

1847. 5'* Cattle. 

E, Willis, 19, Gloucester St., 
Regenfs Park. 

1848. 299 A view at Flaxly, Gloucester- 

shire, with cattle. 

1849. 164 Landscape and cattle. 

3, O sward Place, 

Lower Edmonton. 

1850. 440 Cows on a heath. 

WILLIS, Miss Ethel M Painter. 

31, Leinster Terrace, 

Hyde Park, 
1900. 1091 Study of a man's head. 
1904. 1224 Portrait study; in orange. 

WILLIS, Frank Painter, etc. 

Eton, Windsor, 
1892. 1487 Posting in North Hungary. 
Konigliche Kunst Akademie, 

Diisseldorf. 
1896. 1569 Ice-bound. After L. Herzog. 
1577 Das Bergerthor, Diisseldorf. 
After Tournier. 
Glenavon, Frances Road, 

Windsor, 
1900. 1666 The Rt. Rev. T. E. Wilkinson, 
D.D., Bishop of Northern 
and Central Europe. 

WILLIS, George William ... Painter. 
113, Stanhope Street, 
1850. 63a Village sculptors. 



WILLIS, Henry Brittan, R, W,S. 

Painter. 
93a, Stanhope Street, 

Regenfs Park. 

1844. 361 Scene near Bristol. 

123, Stanhope Street 

1845. ^47 A scene near the Thames, Ox- 

fordshire. 

1846. 404 Landscape with cattle. 

1847. 3H A scene on the south side of 

the Vale of Ecclesborne, 
near Hastings. 
65s do. do. 

1848. 679 Harvest time. 

1849. 32 Early morning. 

333 At bait; a roadside scene. 
1 1 38 A summer evening on the 
South Downs, in Sussex. 
7, Lidlington Place, 

Oakley Square, 

1850. 1 1 88 A meadow scene — evening. 
1203 A brook scene, near Worthing, 

Sussex. 
1242 A Mill at Redhill, near Rei- 
gate. 

1851. 432 Maiden meditations. 

1852. 1101 The forester and his favourites. 

1853. 41* A scene in Sutton, Surrey. 
1070 Scene near Westgate, and 

Wooton Wood in Surrey, a 
finished sketch for a large 
picture. 

1854. 328 An autumn evening on the 

Conway. 
539 A quiet nook on the Ligwey. 

1856. 416 A mountain stream. 
928 A summer evening. 

1857. 637 Sunny pastures in Sussex. 

1858. 564 Milking time, in the mountains, 

near Dolgelly, North Wales. 

1859. 660 Summer time in the south of 

Essex. 
i860. 207 A scene on the sands of Port 
Madoc, North Wales. 
413 An English Pastoral — ^from a 
scene in Surrey. 
5, Hereford Square, 

New Brompton, 
1 86 1. 450 A rest on the road to the fair. 
536 Cattle on the sands near Port- 
madoc. North Wales — 
mountains in Merionethshire 
and Haarlech Castle in the 
distance. 

WILLIS, Mrs. Henry Brittan. 

Painter. 
7, Lidlington Place, 

Oakley Square. 

1855. 1302 Scene near Hastings, Sussex. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WILLIS, J Painter. 

4, Nassau Street. 

1829. 1043 A sketch. 

1830. 1003 Sketch of the South front of 

Malmesbury Abbey, Wilts. 
1837. 1065 Perspective view of the nave 
and choir from the west door 
of Lincoln Cathedral. 

1842, 1099 Interior of the east end of 

Tewksbury Abbey Church, 
Gloucestershire. 
1852. 1216 Interior of the north transept 
of Redcliff Church, Bristol. 
1237 West view of the Abbey and 
Gatehouse, Tewkesbury. 
Sketched prnnous to the re- 
storation of the Gate House, 

WILLIS, Miss Katharina ... Painter. 
Derby Ilouse^ Hendon, j 

1893. 1437 Portrait of a lady. 

18, Dancer Road ^ Fuiham. 

1894. 143 s Study for a portrait. ! 

1895. 6*9 Sybil, daughter of T. P. Ray, 

Esq. 
Tedworth Studios^ 

South Terrace^ Chelsea. 
1898. 1049 Mrs. John Rooker. 
1083 Sidney. 

WILLIS, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1797. 529 View near Holywell, Flint. 
761 do. do. do. 

1798. 295 View near Ridland, Flintshire. 
683 The bridge near Llangollen. 

t8oo. 269 A storm. 

26, Lime Street^ 

Fenchurch Street. 

1802, 619 View of Eton College. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1803. "4 View in Devonshire. 

WILLIS, Miss ... Miniature Painter. 
386 Oxford Street, 
1839. 299 E. 6. Lamb, Esq. 

18, Store Street, 

1843. 768 Miss Leeming. 

WILLIS, P Painter. 

Carey Street^ 

Lincoln^ s Inn Fields, 

1 800. 90s Portrait of a gentleman. 

1801. 835 do. do. 

fames Street^ Covent Garden, 

1802. 850 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1803. 306 The grand admiral. 

864 Portrait of a gentleman. 



1804. 296 The double red striped 

camillia. 

1805. 605 Flowers. 

I, Lamias Conduit Street, 

1806. 847 A flower piece. 

1807. 359 Fruit and flowers. 

1808. 733 Portrait of a gentleman. 
i8io. 449 do. do. 

573 Major Egerton. 
1 8 1 1 . 5 s 3 Portrait of a gentleman. 
642 do. lady. 

76, JViewman Street 
18 14. 69 Portrait of a gentleman. 
398 do. young lady. 

57, Greek Street^ Soho, 

1 81 6. 44 Master VV. Baines. 
263 Teale. 

181 7. 212 Partridges from Nature. 

1 82 1. 440 Partridges from the South of 

France. 

76, Neumtan Street. 

1822. 502 A flower piece. 

38, Rathbone Ptace. 

1824. 408 Master Wm. Shakespear. 

1825. 707 C. Tyler, Esq. 

WILLIS, Richard H. A. 

Sculptor, etc. 

Science and Art Club^ 

South Kensington, 
1882. 317 In the South of Ireland. 
School of Art, 

Cavendish Street^ 

Manchester. 

1889. 21 18 Study of age; bust. 
2140 The Slinger; statuette. 

1890. 2009 The plumed page; relief. 

2045 Heroic warfare — at bay; relief. 

1891. 2033 "O love ! has she done this to 

thee?" relief. "As Love 
upon a pearly beach one 
summer morning played. 
He chanced to see within 
his reach a golden-tressM 
maid, etc." 
4, Scarsdale Studios, 

Kensington, 
1894. 1005 Arrival of the Milesians. "Oh! 
where is the land we've seen 
in dreams, etc." 
1796 The fisherman's dwelling. 
"While they are keeping 
bright watch o'er thy sleep- 
ing, etc." 
New Street, Killarney, Ireland, 
1899. 19 16 Fate; medallion. 

WILLIS, S. W. Ward Sculptor. 

230, Kilbum Park Road, 
1897. 1970 The dawn of thought; bust. 



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WILLIS, W Painter. 

38, Keppel Street. 

Russell Square, 
1845. 458 Time is precious; smuggling 
on the south-west coast of 
Ireland — loading a hearse. 
It was not a very unusual 
practice, some time back, to 
convey contraband goods 
through the country from 
the coast, under the appear- 
ance of a funeral. 

Goodasty Reading, 

1857. 783 "Excelsior." 

( W. Willis in the index, but Mrs, W, 
Willes in the catalogue,) 

WILLIS, W Sculptor. 

I, Fitzroy Road, Regenfs Park, 
1904. 1765. Cameron Burnside, Esq.; bust, 
bronze. 

WILLISON, George Painter. 

Greek Street, Soho, 

1 77 1. 218 Portrait of a nobleman in his 

coronation robes. (Duke of 
Queensbury, — Walpole.) 
Whole length. 

219 Portraits of a lady and her 

three children, with a bust 
of their deceased father; 
whole length. 

220 Portrait of a young gentleman; 

three-quarters. 

1772. 281 Portrait of a lady; whole 

length. 

282 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. 

283 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 

284 A fancy head. 

WILLMORE, Arthur Engraver. 

5, Regenfs Place West 

1858. 1 126 Cologne. After J. M. W. 

Turner, R.A. 

1859. 1223 Summer. After Rubens. 
1224 Autumn. do. 

i860. 927 Agripina landing the ashes of 
Germanicus. After Turner. 

1864. 851 Royal Volunteer Review, Edin- 
burgh. 

1866. 811 The Word of God— a parable. 
—Lukcyvm, 5-15. 

1. The wayside. 

2. The stony ground. 

3. Choked by weeds. 

4. Bearing fruit a hundredfold. 
After H. L. Roberts. 



1867. 954 The pleasant walk. After 
J. C. Hook, R.A. 
4, Compton Street, 

Regenfs Square, 

1870. 861 Old churchyard, Bettws-y-coed. 

After T. Creswick. 

187 1. 839 A calm evening. After D. Cox. 

850 A squally morning. After D. 

Cox. 

851 Iron and wood men-of-war off 

Sheerness. After H. Daw- 
son, Junr. 

1873. 1253 Dutch boat landing fish. After 

E. W. Cooke, R.A. En- 
graved for the Art Union of 
London, 

1874. 1284 The "Galatea" at sea. After 

O. W. Brierly. 

1877. 1280 Wreck off Whitby; the return 
of the lifeboat. After E. 
Duncan. 

1880. 1266 Morning after the engagement 
off Florez, between Sir Rich- 
ard Grenville in the "Re- 
venge," and a Spanish fleet 
under the command of Ad- 
miral Alonzo de Ba^on, 
August, 1591. After O. W. 
Brierley. 

i88i. 1241 Mount Tabor. 

1885. 171 8 The attack of the " Vanguard." 
After O. W. Brierley. 



WILLMORE, James Tibbitts, A.R.A. 

Engraver. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1843. 654 Ancient Italy. After J. M. W. 

Turner, R.A. 
23, Polygon, Somers Town. 

1844. 1041 The east view of London from 

the tower of St. Bride's 

church, Fleet Street. 
1847. 1070 Crossing the Bridge. After 

Edwin Landseer, R.A. 
1850. 1095 The villa of LucuUus at Mise- 

num. After W. L. Leitch. 

1853. 1033 Morning. After J. J. Chalon, 

R.A. 
1045 Wind against tide. After C. 
Stanfield, R.A. 

1854. 960 Evening. 

967 Castle of Clotten. 

1855. 974 Harvest in the Highlands. 

After Sir E. Landseer, R.A., 
and Sir A. Callcott, R.A. 

1005 The golden bough. After 
J. M. W. Turner, R.A. 

1089 Morning. 

1856. 227 A waterfall 



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Willmorc, James Tibbitts, A.R.A.— 
continued, 

1856. 863 Grand Canal, Venice. After 

J. M. W. Turner, R.A. 
894 Departure of the Highland 
bride. After Jacob Thomp- 
son. 

1857. 420 Real. 
598 Ideal. 

1858. 1068 Eel-spearing — autumn even- 

ing. 

1859. 514 Kemp Town, Brighton — west 

view. 

594 The Black Rock from Kemp 
Town, Brighton — east view. 
1209 Queen Victoria with the Prin- 
cess Royal and the Prince of 
Wales, at Loch Laggan, in 
September, 1847. After Sir 
E. Landseer, R.A. 
i860. $46 A lake. 

918 Childe Harold's Pilgrimage. 
After J. M. W. Turner, 
R.A. 

WILLOCK, Richard Architect. 

5, Eastbourne Road^ 

Stamford Hill. 

1889. 1847 Design for an Academy of 

Arts. 

1890. 1924 A suburban house. 

1893. 1654 Elevation of Country House. 

1894. 1685 Shops and flats. 

1895. 1417 A country house. 

1896. 1768 Shops and flats. 

WILLOUGHBY,J Architect. 

20, Spring Street^ 

Portman Square, 
1808. 904 View of the Royal Military 
Asylum, Chelsea. 

WILLS, Brothers Sculptors. 

5, Douro Cottages^ 

St, John's Wood, 
1857. 1226 The echo of our woods. **And 
from the rocks, the woods, 
the vale, etc." — Collins, 

12, Euston Road, 
1859. 1381 Acteon, his transformation; 
vase in terra-cotta. "Now, 
all undress'd, the shining 
goddess stood, etc." 
i860. 1005 Model of a drinking fountain, 
to be executed in bronze, 
subject, " Cupid afloat." 
1091 Model of a drinking fountain, 
subject. Temperance, in 
marble. 



WILLS, Edgar W Painter. 

1 1, JFUmray Sireei. 

1877. 40 A by-road in autumn. 
171, Stanhope Street^ 

Hamp stead Road. 
1882. 575 A September afternoon. 

1884. 7i4'''Mong the thick - falling 

dews." 

1885. 872 << Where the nibbling flock 

does stray." 

South Wealdy Brentwood. 

1888. 118 Kine on the moor. 

1889. 766 Stillness before a storm. 

1892. 913 Spring blossoms and flowers. 

1893. 475 Spring. 

WILLS, F Architect. 

I, Lower Sothembay^ Exeter. 

1842. X084 Design for a gateway. 

1843. 1x99 Designs for the interior of a 

chapel. 
1845. ^^^^3 Monument to Richard Hooker 
in St. Mary's Yard, Exeter. 

WILLS, Henry Sculptor. 

9, Regent Street^ Cambridge. 
1885. 2080 Mrs. John E. Sandys; me<&- 
lion. 

WILLS, W. G Painter. 

1872. 1328 The Marchioness of Bute. 
Avenue Studios^ 

76, Fulham Road. 
1874. 1048 Ophelia and Laertes. ^^Ophelia. 
Here is rosemary, etc." 

WILLS, W.J Sculptor. 

1856. 1247 The Milton Vase— illustrating 
Paradise Lost^ books 6 and 
II. 

12, Euston Rocui, 
1867. 1027 The late Richard Cobden, 

M.P. 
1870. 1 168 Warrior and lady; alto-relievo. 

WILLS, W. and T Sculptors. 

1 2, Euston Road. 

1863. 1 131 The Harold Cup, rifle prize. 
Subjects: The death of 
Harold on the field of Hast- 
ings, and the finding of the 
body, after the battle, by 
Edith and the monks. 

1866. 992 Model of statue of Richard 
Cobden. For the triangle of 
the High Street, Camden 
Town, 

128, Gower Street, 

1884. 1744 Henry Edwards, Esq., M.P. 
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WILLSHIRE, R Architect. 

At Middhton and Bailey^ s^ 

Lambeth, 
925 Design for a residence. 
936 do. villa near Wimble- 

don. 
948 Design for a mausoleum. 
888 do. public library. 

873 do. villa in Surrey. 



1802. 
1803. 



1804. 
1806. 



WILLSON, Miss B. Dorothy. 

Painter. 

Ballamonay Headingley^ 

Leeds, 
1900. X141 A dewy morning. 



WILLSON, Harry Painter. 

41, Cleveland Street, 
766 Studies from nature. 
656 Detachment of infantry forag- 
ing. 

1 7, High Row^ Kensington, 
457 On the Scheldt. 
617 La Grosse Horloge, Rouen. 
1034 The forum of Nerva, Rome. 
1064 Porch of Louviers Cathedral, 
Normandy. 
17 Interior of a Cathedral, eleva- 
tion of the Host. 
5, Camden Hill Terrace^ 

Kensington, 
85 Rheims Cathedral. 
530 do. 

566 View at Venice. 
943 Rheims Cathedral. 
593 Paris — sketch from nature. 
22 Alicata in the Val di Mazzara, 
Sicily. 
1015 Sketch of the interior of a 

church. 
501 View under the north entrance 
of the Cathedral of Chartres. 
539 Porch of a church with a pro- 
cession. 
698 Ancient chapel at Eichstell, 
Bavaria. Sir Ludwig of 
Geisenfeld, and the ladye of 
Ingolstadt. 
5, Grove Place^ Lisson Grove, 
556 Interior of a chapel, Cologne. 
580 San Giorgio, Venice. 
1 109 Northern porch of the Cathe- 
dral of Chartres, France. 
1261 Porche de St. Vincent, near 
Rouen. 
24, Upper Berkel^ Street West, 
304 Venice — moonlight 
Ml rhanni nf Hf Amnnfinn Tnthr 



1813. 
1815. 



1827. 
1829. 



1830. 



1832. 



1833. 
1834. 



1835. 



1839. 



1840. 
1841. 
1842. 

1843. 



1847. 




Charlemont^ Nemours. 
1848. 1139 At Charlemont, Nemours. 

7, Manchester Street, 
1852. 1236 St. Mark's, Venice. 

WILLSON, John J Painter. 

Ballamona^ Headingley^ 

Leeds, 
1900. 1x91 The last gleam. 

WILLSON, Miss Margaret... Painter. 
2, Moorland Terrace^ Leeds. 

1888. 894 Hydrangeas. 

Morecambe Terrace^ Leeds, 

1889. 818 Study of white orchids. 

Ballamonay Headingley^ 

Leeds, 
1897. 1161 Cragg Hall and Fewston re- 
servoir, near Blubberhouses, 
Yorkshire. 
1902. 871 Portrait of a lady. 

WILLSON, Thomas Architect. 

13, Bryanston Street^ 

Portman Square, 
1799- 949 A design. 

7, Charlotte Street^ Pitnlico, 

1805. 664 Royal military College, for the 

Emperor of Russia. 
746 House at Stockwell. 

56, Queen Anne Street, 

1806. 786 A mausoleum to Lord Nelson. 
18 10. 699 The residence of the com- 
mander-in-chief, etc. 

46, South Molton Street, 

18 14. 674 Elevation of a royal pavilion. 

67, New Bond Street, 

18 1 5. 812 A national mausoleum to 

Naval and Military Heroes. 

1 816. 800 Design for national monument 

Bridge Courts Chelsea, 
18 19. 1167 Design for the Wellington Pil- 
lar. 

Stockwelly Surrey, 
1824. 859 A marine villa for Greenpoint, 
near Cape Town. 
II, New Cavendish Street. 
1831. 991 The Pyramid Cemetery for the 
Metropolis. "The base of 
the Pyramid comprehends 
eighteen acres, which being 
multiplied by the several 
stages to be erected one 
above another will generate 
nearly 1,000 acres, self- 
created out of the void space 
overhead as the building 
progresses above the earth." 



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WILMOT, 



\ 



Painter. 

8, Leicester Street 
1778. 351 A landscape; a drawing. 

WILMOT, Miss Florence N. F. 

Painter. 
Mickleton c, Campden^ 

Gloucestershire, 

1901. 1311 Mr. J. M. Barrie. 

1902. 1 1 84 Sisters. 

1904. 675 Newly n Harbour. 

WILMSHURST, George C. 

Painter. 
136, Camden Road, 
1897. 397 Miss Ethel Coates. 

543 Miss Winifred Bessell. 

70, Adelaide Road. 
1900. 70 Lady St. Levan. 

WILMSHURST, T Painter. 

31, George Street^ 

Euston Square, 
1848. 221 A study of a head. 

WILMSHURST and OLIPHANT. 
Stained Glass Painters. 
13, Fitzroy Flcue, 
1853. 1 116 A Design for the stained glass 
of the centre east window of 
St. Andrew's Church, Ply- 
mouth. 

WILSHER, T., Junr Painter. 

5, Queen Street ^ Chelsea, 
1 81 6. 481 A jay. from nature. 

WILSON. See Figgis and Wilson, 
vol. iii, page 107, and Mitchell and 
Wilson, vol. V, page 264. 

WILSON, Hon. Lady Rivers-. 

Sculptor. 

16, Wilton Street^ Belgravia, 
1896. 1876 Sir Charles Rivers Wilson, 
G.C.M.G., C.B.j bust, 
bronze. 

WILSON, Alexander Painter. 

37, Brewer Street, 
1803. 382 View of Castatelli at Tivoli. 

473 do. the temple, commonly 

called La Sibilla, at Tivoli. 
533 View of Valle Pietro, among 
the Appenines, from the 
source of the Agno. 
561 An Italian view. 



31, Conduit Street. 

181 1. 265 View of Tivoli. 

416 do. Rome from the Villa 
Borghese. 

181 2. 484 St. Donat's Castle, South 

Wales. 
492 St. John Lateran, suburbs of 

Rome. 
SOI Evening view on the Weir, 

near Sunderland. 
505 Great Marlow — twilight 
515 Westhorpe Common, near 

Great Marlow. 
518 View in Italy. 

531 Baths of Carricalla, from the 

Palatine Hill, Rome. 

532 Caernarvon Castle. 

18 13. 129 A View near Subiaco in Italy. 
132 Landscape, composition. 

334 A Roman town near Fondi. 
34* Repose of pilgrims in the 

neighbourhood of an Italian 

city. 
349 Entrance to Craigmiller Castle. 



WILSON, Miss Alice C Painter. 

Heatherbank^ Weybridge, 
1893. 1092 Poppies. 

WILSON, Arthur Painter. 

70, Elgin Road, 
1873. 1351 Westminster Abbey. 



WILSON, A. Needham ... Architect. 

Clarendon Road^ 

Snaresbrooky Essex, 
1886. 1560 Soane Medallion Prize; design 
for a town church. 
22, Pen Martin Road^ 

Brockley, S,E, 

1888. 1 891 Church of the Dominicans, 

Aries; south porch. 
1892 St. Trophime, Aries; the west 
entrance. 
79, Endnell Road^ Brockley, 

1889. 1480 The western towers, Ely Cath- 

edral. 
29, Mornington Road^ 

Leytonstone, 

1890. 1755 Towers of Ely Cathedral. 

Lockeridge^ Marlborough. 
1892. 1745 Exeter Cathedral. 
1895. 1439 Malmesbury Abbey from the 

south. 

London Road^ Marlborough, 
1899. 1775 Design for treatment of the 

east end of a church. 



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28, 5/. Martin's Lane, E,C. 
IQOS' »557 Two houses, Buckhurst Hill. 
1904. 1651 Design for a church. 

WILSON, Miss Beatrice J. 

Miniature Painter. 
" Eihelstan," Waidegrave Rd,, 
Teddington, 
1897. 1437 An oread. 

Z488 Miss Ethel Reading. 
1899. 1324 Dorothy. 

1901. 1409 Major Best. 

WILSON, Benjamin Painter. 

56, Great Russell Street, 

Bloomsbury, 
ly^S* »35 The raising of Jairus's daugh- 
ter. 

WILSON (B.) and OGLESBY. 

Architects. 
12, East Parade, Leeds, 

1902. 1543 Memorial for a public park, 

Yorkshire. 

45, Gower Street, 

1903. 1 5 10 Three houses, Halifax. 

WILSON, Cecil Painter. 

18, St, Ann's Villas, 

Holland Park. 
1903. 3*6 Mrs. Cecil Wilson. 

WILSON, Charles Painter. 

1832. 537 Near Festiniog, North Wales. 
1 2, Montpelier Row, 

Twickenham, 
185 1. 3 A quiet spot. 
354 A study. 
572 A landscape. 
1855. 494 Jacobus vow. 

WILSON, Charles E Painter. 

Alpine Road, Upperthorpe, 

Sheffield, 

1 89 1. 1 33 1 Sweet content. 
141 6 Playmates. 

1892. 1080 The light of the cottage. 
1279 A frugal meal. 

^ 2, Park Road, N, IV, 

1893. 1041 Interested. 

Alpine Road, Sheffield, 

1894. 953 Young Britons. 
1075 Idle moments. 

The Studio, Milford Heath, 

Godalming, 
1896. 1 1 90 Gathering blackberries. 

1 241 "He loves me — he loves me 
not." 

VIII. 



1897. 1306 Happy days. 

1323 The farmer's daughter. 
1402 A quiet afternoon. 

1898. 1058 Day dreams. 

1899. 1013 The bird's-nest. 

1900. 1 140 Breakfast time. 

1 90 1. 975 Quietude. 

1005 A morning call. 



1846. 



1849. 
1850. 



WILSON, Chester Painter. 

3, Euston Place, New Road, 
174 The penitent. 
565 A study. 

95, Stanhope Street, 
121 A study. 
196 An Indian. 

9, Belgrave Terrace, 

Great College Street, 

Camden Town, 
1 85 1. 818 Venus reclining. 

182, Great College Street, 
'853. 98 Portrait of a lady. 

WILSON, E Painter. 

1800. 790 View near Homsey Wood. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1 80 1. 623 Landscape and figures. 

(E, Wilson in the index, and T, Wilson 
in the catalogue, 

WILSON, E Painter. 

55, Upper Charlotte Street, 
1848. 132 Scene near Elberfeld. 
50 z do. Diisseldorf. 

WILSON, Edgar W Painter. 

132, Peckham Park Road, 
T889. 1699 John Bunyan's Mission House. 
1890. 135a For the good of her health. 

WILSON, Ernest Painter. 

Clarendon Road, 

Snaresbrook, Essex, 

1885. 400 Marshes, Epping Forest. 

1886. 896 From Covent Garden. 

Hazlemere Grove Road, 

Wanstead. 

1888. 1256 Last leaves. 

1428 A Surrey cottage. 

1889. 1389 Moonrise in autumn. 

1 5 16 Lengthening shadows. 

1529 Early morning in a cornfield. 

WILSON, Miss E. Gertrude. 

Painter. 

Windmill Cottage, 

WcUberswick, Suffolk, 
1903. 788 Globed peonies. 

RR 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WILSON, Miss B. Margaret. 

Painter. 

Shelwood HousCy Oxford, 
1 90 1. 5S5 Still life. 

WILSON, Miss Florence B. 

Painter, 
no, Long Acre. 

1887. ■*97 Chrysanthemums. 

1888. 1323 A study of grapes. 

WILSON, P. R Architect. 

2, Cambridge Street^ 

Hyde Park Square, 
1844. 1053 The palatial banqueting hall 
of Eltham, Kent. 

1847. 1302 Model of a design for a font 

and cover. 

1848. 1246 Design for a collegiate church. 



WILSON, 

1785- 474 
618 

1786. 556 
1788. 589 



1793. 


44 

46 

96 

220 


1794. 


239 
M7 


1796. 
1797. 


483 
no 




»57 




159 


1798. 


359 
409 

591 
592 
598 


1799. 
1800. 


5" 
5H 
619 

36 




.67 




»'7 



George Painter. 

457, Strand, 

The Temple of Virtue, Indus- 
try, and Science. 

The stye of idleness, gluttony, 
inebriation, and vice. 

Warm conversation. 

21, Duke Couriy 

5/. Martinis Lane, 

Advice neglected, or the sor- 
rows of imprudence. 

Storm, with Banditti. 

The wedding morning. 

Landscape with a holy family. 

Haymakers reposing. 

The village dance. 

The good Samaritan. 

108, St, Martinis Lane, 

The profligate's reform. 

Temptation of a Saint; a 
sketch. 

Game at romps in the hay- 
field. 

Game at romps in the first 
floor. 

The girls* school. 

The boys' school. 

Pity bestowed on orphans. 

Attention and Carelessness. 

Bread and cheese and kisses; 
a sketch. 

Wood scene with gypsies, 
do. do. 

Halt of gypsies. 

Tars relieving the distressed 
widow and children. 

Travellers sheltering from a 
thunder storm. 

The Sailor's revel. 



1800. 
1801. 

1802. 
1803. 
1804. 



1807. 



1808. 
1809. 

1811. 
1813. 



1814. 
1815. 
1816. 



1817. 

i8t8. 
1819. 



748 Courtship and conjugal bliss. 
202 Landscape. 
228 Nymphs and satyrs. 
51 Gypsies. 

224 The sailor's revels. 
315 Filial tenderness. Compassion, 

or the widow and liberality. 

20, Denmark Street^ Soho. 

140 The rear of a camp, with 

sutling booths. 
430 The soul mourning for the 

depravity of the body. 

592 The day of adversity. 

593 do prosperity. 
480 Vicinity of St. James's. 
161 The poor sailor. 

105 The poor soldier. 
532 Landscape. 

732 Women buying fish at Bil- 
lingsgate. 

734 Assembly in high life. 

735 Ladies viewing china on sale 

at Christie's. 

764 Society in humble life. 

628 The mendicant tar. 

335 Landscape; the bath of Diana. 
30 Portrait of a greyhound. 

(This number is put to 
both Wilson and Chalon in 
the index^ but to Wilson in 
the catalogue; it is probably 
by H. B, Chalon. See vol. ii^ 
page 29.) 

208 Landscape. 

13 Landscape with harvest folk 
regaling. 

134 A Christmas rustic fSte. 

337 Holiday or the country fair. 

151 landscape and Holy Family. 

366 The Prodigal Son. 



WILSON, George Painter. 

233, Stanhope Street. 

1877. 296 Study of a head. 

1878. 518 The Quest from Shelley's 

" Alastor." 

WILSON, George W Sculpton 

Trafalgar Studios. 

1891. 1977 Model for a fountain. 

1892. 1870 do. wall fountain. 

WILSON, George W. I. ... Sculptor. 

3a, Avenue^ Fulham JRoad. 

1900. 2022 The Last Supper. Model 

of altar frontal^ executed in 

alabaster for Berkhampstead 

School Chapel. 



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WILSON, H Architect. 

9, Miilbank Street, 

Wesiminster. 
1813. 889 Design for a paviHon. 

w^John Street. 

181 7. loos Design for a triumphal arch, 
etc. 

1823. 991 Monument to the memory of 

an eminent poet. 

1824. S39 Bridge and water entrance to 

an ancient city; a compo- 
sition. 

WILSON, H Painter, 

Istingt&n, 
1843. 996 Sketch of a young lady. 

WILSON, Harry Architect. 

32, Bedford Gardens, 

1888. 1776 Old house, Foss Street, Dart- 

mouth, 
2, Sheepcote Eaad^ Harrow. 

1889. 154* Apocalypse. 

iSSi Canterbury Cathedral; interior 
view of N.W, angle of tran- 
sept 

1991 The Angel Tower, Canterbury 
Cathedral. 

1890. 1735 Beauvais Cathedral; sketch of 

apse. 
1831 Church of St Wulfran, Abbe- 
ville, west front, 

447j Oxford Street. 

1892. 1693 Hunting lodge near Malmes- 

bury, Wilts. 
169* Altar-cross for private chapel, 

Welbeck Abbey, 
1771 Pastoral stafiT for the Bishop of 

St, Asaph, designed by the 

late J. D. Sedding, 
178a New Tower, St. Mary's church, 

Lynton, 

1893, 16*3 Design for the Library, Wel- 

beck Abbey. 
1614 Design for new Cathedral, 

Victoria, British Columbia, 
1894* 1691 Reredos, Holy Trinity Church, 

Chelsea. 
169] Elevation, Holy Trinity Church, 

Chelsea. 
1699 Reredos, Douglas Castle 

Chapel, Lanarkshire. 
1895, 14Z0 Design for rood, All Hallows' 

church, Southwark. 
1507 Study for west front of pro- 
posed church of St, Andrew, 

Boscombe* 
1519 Study for interior of proposed 

church of St» Andrew, Bos- 

cumbe. 



1896. 1586 Sketch for garden seat. 

1683 New Lady chapel, St. Martin's 

Church, Marple. 
1691 Design for completion of west 
end, St. Augustine's church, 
Highgate. 
1897* 1844 Staircase, Welbeck Abbey. 

17, Vicarage Gate^ Kensington, 
189$* 1711 St. Bartholomew's church, 
Brighton, etc. 
1949 A tabernacle; bronze and 
enamel. 
1S99, 1627 Design for Calvary, St. Bar- 
tholomew's church, Brigh- 
ton. 
1694 Design for chalice, St. Bar- 
tholomew's church, Brigh- 
ton. 
1743 The Lady chapel. Holy Trinity 
church, Chelsea. 

WILSON, Harry M Painter. 

19, Spencer Road^,Holloway, 
190 1* 617 Twilight over the river. 

72, Fortess Road, N. JV. 
1902. 383 A sunny hillside. 
Roset/ij 
Harlesden Road, St, A/dans, 
1904, 534 Low tide. 

WILSON, Harry P Painter. 

6 1, Tufnell Park Road, 

Holhway, 
1S95. 1034 An old salt. 

WILSON, Herbert Painter. 

62, Cadogan Place, 
1864. 153 Lady Fletcher. 
1874* 532 Miss Frances and Miss Violet 
Graham. 
Dunbar House, 

Cromwell Road. 
1876, 500 Miss Grace Ward. 

WILSON, J Painter. 

35, Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 
1783. 64 A portrait. {Charles the model) 
328 Portrait of a lady. 



WILSON, J. 



On the Terrace, 

Upper Clapton, Hackney, 
1783, — (/« the index, but with no num- 
ber; no exhibit in the cata- 
logue,) 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WILSON, J. Junr Architect. 

lo, Cranboume Street 
621 Design for a park entrance. 
637 do. mansion. 

y. Wilson^ 6, Bedford Row, 
668 Design for a mansion. 
764 do. an entrance to a 
park. 



1794. 



1795- 
1796. 



\ 



WILSON, J Architect. 

6, Welbeck Street. 

1834. 948 Design for a cottage near Kes- 

wick. 

1835. 1043 Design for Gamekeeper's lodge 

near Penzance, Cornwall. 

WILSON, J Painter. 

201, Lanchihall Street^ 

Glasgow, 
1855. 844 The Falls of the Clyde. 

WILSON, James Architect. 

6, Alfred Street^ Bath. 
1841. 987 St. Stephen's Church, Bath. 

1087 An Italian villa on Wadbury 

Hill, Mells. 
X089 do. do. 

16, Bridge Street West, 

and I, Belmont^ Bath. 

1850. lui Wesleyan Normal College, 

Horseferry Road, West- 
minster. 

20, Leicester Square. 

1 85 1 . 253 The Principars residence, Wes- 

leyan Normal College. {In- 
dexed to J. Wilson of 
Leicester Square, but palpably 
by the above; he may have 
been a son of the gem en- 
graver.) 

Belmont, Bath. 
1855. 1250 Italian villa erected near Bath. 

WILSON, James Watney ... Painter. 
26, Cavendish Square. 
1878. 12 Before the busy hum of day. 

14, St. Mary Abbot fs Terrace. 
1880. 1462 John Pullman, Esq., F.R.G.S., 
Chief Burgess of West- 
minster. 
140, Tachbrook Street, 

St. George^s Square. 
1884. 888 Robert Montague, Esq., High 
Constable of Westminster. 

WILSON, John Gem Engraver. 

29, Castle Street, Oxford Street. 
1824. 910 Medallic portrait of the late 
Marquis of Londonderry. 



8, Church Terrace, 

Waterloo Road. 

1826. 937 Peace presented by Victory 

to the Genius of South 
America. Impression from 
a die. 
944 Impression from a seal die 
engraved for the Rio de la 
Plata Agricultural Associa- 
tion; the figure after Sir 
Joshua Reynolds. 

1827. 1032 Intaglio portrait of His late 

Royal Highness the Duke 
of York. 
1033 Portrait of Bolivar; impression 
from a die. 

Beaufort House, Strand. 

1828. 1090 John Hunter, Esq.; from a 

posthumous bust by F. 
Chantrey, Esq., R.A.; im- 
pression from a steel seal. 

163, Piccadilly. 

1829. 1076 The Duke of Wellington. 

1 109 The late Rt. Hon. George 
Canning. 

1830. 434 Morrison's Haven on the Frith 

of Forth, near Edinburgh. 
(This is indexed to /. Wilson 
of Piccadilly, but it is prob- 
^^y h /• Wilson of Union 
Terrace.) 

21, Leicester Square. 

1831. 1075 Penelope, with the bow of 

Ulysses; from a pahiting by 
H. Fuseli, R.A. 

16, St. Peter's Hill. 

1832. 1087 Portrait of the King. 

20, Leicester Square. 

1833. 1047 The late Jeremy Bentham, 

Esq. After a bust by Davie. 
1080 Andromache imploring the pro- 
tection of Pyrrhus on behalf 
of her son Astyanax. 

1834. 973 Impression of a portrait of 

King William IV. 
IS, King William St., Strand. 

1835. 989 Sir Walter Scott; an impres- 

sion from an intaglio. 
1016 Intaglio of the Duke of Wel- 
lington. 

1838. 574 Intaglio portrait of a lady. 

578 do. H.R.H.the 

Duchess of Kent; from 
a painting by Miss Cor- 
baux. 

1839. 671 The late Earl of Eldon; a 

sketch. 

373, Strand. 
681 Portrait of Her Majesty; in- 
taglio. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



309 



1839. 
1841, 



1842. 
1843 



1844. 



682 A gem; portrait of Her Majesty 
Queen Victoria. 

1123 Intaglio portrait of a lady. 

1 1 3 1 Mentor persuading Telemachus 
to leave Eucharis; an in- 
taglio. 

XI 70 H.R.H. Prince Albert. 

1367 Portraits of Her Majesty the 
Queen and H.R.H. Prince 
Albert. 
100 The mouth of the Esk, Mont- 
rose. (^Indexed to J. Wilson 
of Leicester Square ^ but prob- 
ably by J, Wilson of 7, Ed- 
ward Street,) 
1848. 1308 Portrait of General Washing- 
ton, from Houdori's bust; a 
figure of Mercury flying with 
a soul to Elysium; a copy 
from the antique. {Indexed 
to y. Wilson of Momington 
Flacey but palpably by the 
gem engraver not in the index 
at all.) 

1274 Group from the antique. 
221 Lord Brougham and Vaux. 
656 Gem portrait of H.M. Queen 
Victoria; engraved on cor- 
nelian. 

XX 13 Head of Minerva, engraved on 
steel. After W. Wyon, Esq. 



1854. 

1855. 
1856. 



1858. 



WILSON, John Sculptor. 

Trafalgar Studios^ Chelsea. 
1892. X977 Medusa; head, bronze. 



WILSON, John H., R.S.A. (called 

"Jock Wilson ") Painter. 

J. Wilson^ James Street^ 

Lambeth Marsh. 
1807. 697 Fall of the Clyde. 

34, Stangate Street^ Lambeth, 
1809. 249 Both well Castle. 
i8io. 527 Bridge on the Cruachan, Loch 
Awe. 
4, Paradise Buildings^ 

Lambeth. 

181 1. 507 View in North Wales. 

181 2. 351 Roslin Castle. 

3, Stangate Street^ Lambeth. 

1813. 32 Mills at Canterbury. 

79 Fulham church from the 

bridge. 
114 Cottage near Battersea. 
257 Tintem Abbey. 

18 14. 241 The banks of the Thames near 

Nine Elms — morning. 
242 A watermill. 



55, Marsham Street, 

Westminster. 

18 1 5. 34 Bridge on the Wye, South 

Wales. 
238 Cottages near Battersea. 
466 Entrance of Ostend Harbour. 
469 Fulham Church. 

18 1 6. 231 Banks of the Thames near 

Mortlake. 
358 Fishing-boats. 
499 View on the Thames at low 

water. 
642 Scene on the Flemish coast — 

evening. 

34, Stangate, Lambeth, 

181 7. 60 Dumbarton from the north. 

2, New Buildings, 

Pratt Street, Lambeth, 

1 818. 49 Back of Broadstairs pier. 
69 Broadstairs. 

18 19. 462 A river scene. 

2, Pratt Street, Lambeth. 

1820. 240 Banks of the Thames near 

Battersea. 

1821. 54 Cottages near Windsor. 
388 Coast scene. 

1823. 351 Coast scene. Isle of Wight. 

443 Fishing-boats ashore, unload- 
ing. 
949 The embarkation of His 
Majesty from Ramsgate on 
the 25th September, 182 1. 
i^,fewin Crescent, 

Jewin Street. 

1825. 351 South entrance to Dieppe. 

6, Union Terrace, Lambeth, 

1826. 357 Baltic wharf on the river 

Itchen. 

379 The breeze freshening. 

575 A bridge on the Avon, Devon- 
shire. 

1827. 428 Scene on the coast of Sussex. 

1829. 50 Burton Hall, Somersetshire. 
222 Scheveling. 

1830. 350 Chelsea Reach. 

434 Morrison's Haven, on the Frith 
of Forth, near Edinburgh. 

1 83 1. 283 Calais from the sea. 

1832. no On the Thames above Battersea. 

1833. 165 Fishing-boats. 

1834. 78 A Flemish mill. 

(This was indexed to J. 

Wilson of Welbeck Street, 

and No, 948 to the marine 

painter.) 

63, Nelson Square, Blackfriars. 

1835. 50 At the back of the Isle of 

Wight. 

10, Cardington Street. 

1836. 416 Dutch boats off the Brill. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Wilson, John H., R.S.A.-— continued. 
83, Fratt Street, 

Camden Town, 

1838. 139 A calm. 

374 Coast scene. 

1839. 523 Low water. 

1840. 400 Stormy evening, beating off a 

lee shore. 

7, Edward Street, 

1 84 1. 151 'Westward of Dieppe. 
x6» On the Norfolk coast. 
309 A light breeze. 

1842. 322 The Spurn lights at the mouth 

of the Humber. 
494 On the Bristol Channel. 

1843. *<>7 A squall off Boulogne. 

1844. 46 Ambleteuse on the French 

coast. 
100 The mouth of the Esk, Mont- 
rose. 
370 The Redhead, Forfarshire. 
595 A lee shore, gale increasing. 
840 Entrance of the Rother, near 

Rye, Sussex. 
296 The Bass Rock, entrance to 

the Frith of Forth. 
594 Bambro' Castle, Northumber- 
land. 
624 Entrance to Fecamp Harbour. 
7, Camden Street North, 
130 Tantallan Castle. 
427 On the Meuse. 
S89 Ravensheugh Castle, Fifeshire. 
431 Passage boat in the Meuse. 
504 Town and Canal of Delft. 
651 On the French Coast. 

12, Momington Place, 
396 A light breeze. 
496 Etratat on the Coast of Nor- 
mandy. 
365 A fresh breeze. 
108 1 Coast scene— evening. 
435 Clearing up after a storm. 

1 2, Oakley Square, 
558 Tantallan Castle, Berwickshire. 
1246 Landscape with waterfall. 

Briarly House, Folkestone, 
724 H.R.H. Prince Albert, from a 
painting by Sir W. C. Ross, 
R.A. 

(This last exhibit is very puzzling, Jock 
Wilson died on April 2^1 h, 1855, at Folke- 
stone, before the Academy opened,") 



WILSON, John James Painter. 

J, Wilson, Junr,y 

65, Nelson Square, 

Blackfriars, 
1835. 478 Near Banstead, Surrey. 



1845. 



1846. 



1847. 



1848. 



1849. 

1850. 

1851. 
'853. 

1855. 



1836. 
1837. 



1838. 



1839. 
1840. 



1841. 
1842. 



1843. 
1844. 



1845. 



1846. 
1847. 



1848. 
1849. 



593 
1850. 371 

477 
529 



1851. 

1852. 

1853. 21 
397 



1854. 
1855. 



10, Cardingion SirteL 
407 Landscape and cattle. 
299 An English lane scene. 
83, Pratt Street, 

Camden Town. 
371 Cattle returning — showery 

weather. 
497 At Godstone, Surrey. 
^6x The watering place. 
26 (Octagon room.) Noonday. 
7, Edward Street, 

Hampstead Road. 
76 The milking-girl. 
901 Cattle returning — composition. 
495 An English dell scene. 
550 An old water mill, approach- 
ing shower. 
284 Lanckcape and cattle. 

200 Evening. 

201 Landscape and cattle. 
599 A pastoral Scene. 

Albion ViUa, Bayswater. 
2$j Landscape and cattle. 
634 Cattle crossing a brook. 
908 Water-mill near Bettws-y-Coed. 
986 Rocky river scene. 

7, Camden Street North, 
1093 Waiting for the ferry. 
1 1 37 On the banks of the Thames 
near Battersea. 

RedhilL 
398 Milking. 
1x62 An old water-mill — winter. 

239 Beech Mount, Marden Park, 

Surrey. 

240 Stepping stones; a study in 

North Wales. 
Dutch boats off the coast of 

Holland. 
The wreck ashore, coast of 

Normandy. 
North Holland. 
Beech trees; study from na- 
ture. 
13, Park Place, 

Milton-on- Thames. 
227 Fishing boats — off the Coast of 
Yorkshire. 

13, Park Place, Gravesend. 
73 Off the coast of Holland. 
1096 Fishing boats off Fort Rouge 
— Calais in the distance. 
21 Off the south coast. 

Off the Dutch coast — squally 
weather. 
Briarly House, Folkestone. 
Fishing village on the Coast of 

Normandy. 
Fresh breeze — off the Isle of 
Wight. 



514 



475 



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311 



1855- 505 
684 



The Firth of Forth, from Petti- 
cur Pier, Edinburgh in the 
distance. 

An old breakwater, near Havre 
— fresh breeze. 

/./. m/son, 

3, Westdijfe Place, 

Folkestone, 

Off the coast of Holland. 

Surrey Cottage Scenery. 

French fishing lugger, at an- 
chor, off Hastings. 

On the Scheldt, North Hol- 
land. 

Shakespeare's Cliff, Dover. 

The ruins of Dunbar Castle — 
morning, after a storm. 

Calais roads. 

Mount Orgueil, Jersey. 

A Kentish Pastoral. 

Boulogne Harbour. 

Fishing vessels off the South 
Foreland. 

Pastoral scene in East Kent. 

Watermill on the Thames near 
Pangbourne. 

Cottages, East Kent. 

Fort d'Ambleteuse, near Bou- 
logne. 
Belle Vue House, Folkestone. 

Blowing fresh, Etretat, Nor- 
mandy. 

The ruins of Tantallan Castle, 
N.B. " But scant three miles 
the band had rode, etc." — 
Marmion, 



WILSON, J. K Sculptor. 

7, Cleveland Street, 

1837. 1213 Medallion portrait in marble. 
1215 do. do. do. 

2, Percy Street, 

1838. 1295 Bust of Sir Robert Harry 

Inglis, Bart., M.P. 

WILSON, J. T Painter. 

I, Charles Street, 

Manchester Square, 

1833. 948 Landscape. 

26, Change Alley, Comhill. 

1834. 969 An Indian attacking a buf- 

falo; impression from an 
intaglio. 

198, Fleet Street, 

1835. 502 A portrait. 
872 do. 

1836. 516 A child. 

688 portrait of a gentleman. 
739 do lady. 



1856. 
1857. 


»90 
z65 




1.48 


1858. 


III 


1859. 

i860. 


III7 


I86I. 


390 
523 
164 


1862. 
1863. 


176 
262 




343 
690 


1865. 


»33 


1873- 


95* 



1838. 620 Portraits of two children. 
788 Portrait of a lady. 

1839, 621 Sketch from nature. 

44, Robert Street, 
1848. 1002 Mrs. Wilson. 

I, Blenheim Terrace, 

St. John's Wood, 
1852. 866 Miss Lucas. 

962 Lane Scene, Hampstead. 
1853- 620 Hop garden, near Tunbridge 
Wells. 
766 Miss Charlotte Gibbons. 
978 Miss Pelzer. 

3, Portland Place, 

St, John's Wood, 

1856. 307 An old gateway at Norwich. 
934 At Hampstead. 

978 A portrait. 

1857. 879 A peep from a back window. 
942 View near Bromley, Kent. 

1858. 929 A cottage scene. 

57, Bel size Road, 
i860. 745 The gardener's pet. 

782 A back entrance to a wood. 

Witley, 

1 86 1. 727 Near Child's Hill, Hampstead. 

1862. 814 B^uiling the time. 
944 The pet lamb. 

956 The idle boy. 

Bowley Green, Thursley, 

Godaltning, 
1864. 613 Where the stream runs across 

the road. 
1866. 754 Hop garden, near Farnham, 
Surrey. 

WILSON, Joseph Painter. 

Hollywood Villa, Putney, 

1873. *38 Signor E. Rubini. 

1874. 3S7 N. E. Treely, Esq., Wimbledon 

Park. 
723 T. Wilson, Queen's Middlesex 
champion, 1873. 

WILSON, Miss Margaret O. . . . Etcher. 
The Crescent, Windsor, 
1893. 1448 Portrait of an old man. After 
Rembrandt. 

WILSON, Montagu Medalist. 

70, Brompton Road. 
1889. 2078 Medal of Annabel Lee. 

WILSON, Oscar Painter. 

Park End Cottage, 

Lee Road, Blackheath. 

1888. 636 (No title in catalogue,) 

1889. 521 Reading the Koran. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WILSON, Patten Painter. 

Paton Wilson^ 

447, Oxford Street, 
Design for a frieze. 
Design for a frieze. 
Patten Wilson, 

447, Oxford Street. 
1895. 1326 The tnicebearer; illustration 
to"ShahNameh." 
Design for panel in a frieze. 
" So the wind drove us on to 

the cavern of gloom, etc." 
A Phantasy. 
Illustration to "The Clerkes 

Tale," Chaucer. 
Illustration to "The Man of 

Lawe's Tale," Chaucer. 
Gloucester House, 

Sudbury, Harrow. 
The unattainable. 
Design for War Fund pro- 
gramme. 
Reverse of War Fund pro- 
gramme. 



1893. »5ao 

1894. 1568 



«479 

1896. 1495 

1497 

1897. 1652 

1660 



1899. 1526 

1900. 1530 

1660 



\ 



WILSON, P. A Sculptor. 

1850. 1394 "Thy will be done." 
1453 A study. 

WILSON, P. Macgregor Painter. 

151, Bath Street, Glasgow. 
1890. 15 A summer day. 

WILSON, Richard, R.A Painter. 

Covent Garden. 
{IVilson^s chambers at Covent Garden 
were notable ones in ^^ Art History ^^ for 
they were successively occupied by Sir Peter 
I^ly, Sir Godfrey Kneller, and Sir James 
Thornhill.) 

1769. 122 A landskip. 

123 Its companion. 

124 A landskip. 
Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 

1770. 200 A landscape with historical 

figures. 

201 Cicero and his two friends, 

Atticus and Quintus, at his 
villa at Arpinum. — Vide 
Cic. de Leg., lib. 2, p. 74. 

202 A view three miles from Rome. 

203 do. on Hounslow Heath. 

1771. 221 View near Winstay, the seat of 

Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, 
Bart. 
221 View of Crow Castle, near 
Llangollen in Denbighshire. 



1771. 

1772. 
1774. 



1775- 



1776. 
1777. 



1778. 
1779. 



1780. 



223 A View of Houghton, the seat 
of the late Marquis of Tavis- 
tock in Bedfordshire. 

27 s A large landscape and figures. 

276 A sn^ landscape and ^ures. 

314 A View from Castello Gon- 

dolfo, toward Rome, in- 
cluding the Alban Lake, 
Monte Cavo, the Campania 
di Roma, ending with Monte 
Soracte, and the Sabine 
Hills. 

315 The cataract of Niagara. 

316 AViewofCaderidrisMountains 

in North Wales. 

317 Oakhampton Castle in Devon- 

shire, built by Baldwin de 
Bryone before the Conquest 
21, Norton Street, 

Portland Paw. 

344 The passage of the Alps at 

Mount Cenis. 

345 A View from Muswell Hill, in- 

cluding Minchinden House, 
the seat of the Duke of 
Chandois. 

346 The lake of Nemi, or Speculum 

Dianas, twelve miles from 
Rome. 

347 An hermitage at Marino. 

327 A View of Sion House from 
Richmond Gardens. 

377 A landscape with historical 

figures. 

378 A View from Tivoli, towards 

Rome. 

379 A View of the lake of Nemi, the 

ancient Speculum Dianas. 
352 View in Windsor Great Park. 
85, Great TiUhfield Street. 

352 Apollo and the Seasons. 

3 53 A landscape and gypsies. 

354 A View in St James's Park. 

355 A review on Wimbledon Com- 

mon. 
Tottenham Street, 

Rathbone Place. 
152 View of Tabley, Cheshire, the 
seat of Sir John Leicester. 



WILSON, R Architect. 

16, Bridge Street West. 
1850. 1280 Design for Presbyterian Church, 
City. 

WILSON, Rosa Painter. 

Blenheim Terrace, 

Abbey Road, N. W. 
1853. 877 A study. 



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WILSON, R. A Sculptor. 

20, Clipsione Street, 

1 85 1. 1299 May, a study in marble. 

1852. 1369 Voice and verse. 
1856. 1288 "Instruction." 

WILSON, R. D Painter. 

20, capstone Street, 
1848. 302 The bath. 

WILSON, S. H Painter. 

12, St, MichaePs Alley, 

Cornhill, 
1870. 667 H.M.S. "Monarch" and the 
United States " Plymouth," 
conveying the remains of 
the late Mr. George Pea- 
body to America, leaving 
the Channel. 

WILSON, T Architect. 

Near the Chapell, Stockwell, 

1801. 932 The palace of Dido. "Sido- 
nian Dido here with solemn 
state Did Juno's temple 
build and consecrate, etc." 
— Virgil, 

41, Mortimer Street, 

1804. 857 Design for an entrance front 
to the Bank of Ireland from 
Foster Place, Dublin. 

WILSON, Thomas Painter. 

17, Vauxhall Street, 

1834. 120 Landscape and figures. 

1835. 409 At Sunning Hill, Berks. 

1836. 850 Lane scene. 

1837. 494 Near Leigh, Surrey. 

1838. 993 In Sydenham Woods, near 

Norwood, Surrey. 

WILSON, T. Butler Architect. 

12, East Parade y Leeds, 
1 89 1. 18 19 Additions to Grove House, 
Harrogate. 

WILSON, Thomas Harrington. 

Painter. 
2, Cheyne Row, Chelsea, 
1842. 80 Mendicant boys resting. 

I, Lowther Arcade, 
1844. 86 Yorick and the fiUe de 
chambre. " When I alighted 
at the hotel, a porter told 
me a young woman with a 
bandbox had been that 
moment enquiring for me. 
* I do not know,' said the 

VIII. 



porter, * whether she is gone 
away or not.' I took the key 
of my chamber of him, and 
went upstairs. ... It was 
the fair fiUe de chambre." — 
Sentimental Journey, 

1844. 44^ The dark supplicant. 

1845. '*3° The pas de poisonation. From 

the burlesque of Alladin, 
Portraits of Mrs. Keeley, 
Miss Woolgar, and Mr. 
Keeley. 

1846. 898 Blackgang chine. Isle of 

Wight. 

1 1 37 Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. 
Keeley and Miss Keeley in 
I7u Cricket on the Hearth, 

^^Bertha, Dear Mary, a 
moment more; look across 
the room to where my fa- 
ther is, and tell me what 
you see. 

^^Dot, I see an old man, 
worn with care and work, 
but striving hard, in many 
ways, for one great sacred 
object; and I honour his 
grey head, and bless it." 

1 146 Portrait of Miss Woolgar as 
St. George. 

1285 Major-General Sir Joseph 
Thackwell, G.C.B., com- 
mander of the cavalry 
division of the army of the 
Sutlej. 

31, Tavistock Street, 

1848. 4 After the bath. 
%%7 The flower girl. 
468 Nymphs dancing. 

1849. "5 Wishart (who on the morning 

of his execution had been 
informed, from Cardinal 
Beatoun, that church privi- 
leges should not be enjoyed 
by an obstinate heretic con- 
demned by the church) took 
the opportunity of his habit 
of breakfasting with the 
governor's family, to begin 
a short discourse on the 
Lord's Supper; the table 
being prepared, he gave 
thanks, and thus celebrated 
the first dispensation of the 
communion in Scotland, 
under the Reformation. 

1850. 806 Scene from Charles XII. 

Charles XII, Mr. B. Web- 
ster; Adam Brock, Mr. J. 
Wallack. 

ss 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1852. 



1854. 



Wilson, Thomas Harrington— r^/r- 
tinued. 

1851. 769 The reading of a new piece in 
the green room of the 
Adelphi. 
428 The first love-letter. 
s^8 Idleness. 

1291 Going to the Exhibition. 
1853. 418 A reverie. 

489 Portrait of a lady. 
1268 Olivia and Sophia with the 
gipsy. Vide the Vicar of 
Wakefield, 

1855. 140 Searching the list of killed and 

wounded. 

19, Beaufort Street^ Chelsea, 

1856. 108 " Sandy," the dog of the Sap- 

pers — a Crimean hero. 

WILSON, T. J Architect. 

126, Marylebone Road, 
1862. 852 The church of St. Charles 
Borromeo, Ogle Street, 
Marylebone. 

WILSON, Thomas Walter, RJ, 

Painter. 
28, Beaufort Street^ Chelsea, 

1873. 874 The oldest house in Bayeux, 

Normandy. 

1874. 908 In the Rue St. Malo, Bayeux, 

Normandy. 
1876. 839 Canal au Hareng, Anvers. 
982 March^ au bois, Anvers. 

WILSON, Hon. Lady Violet R. 

Sculptor. 
21, Pont Street, 
1903. 1810 Study of a young girl; statuette, 
bronze. 

WILSON, W., Junr. (son of Jock 

Wilson) Painter. 

i^^/ewin Crescent, 
1825. 93 Lees, the seat of Sir John 
Majoribanks, Bart., M.P. 
** Where classic Tweed, re- 
nowned in song With rapid 
murmur flows." — Logan, 
941 Tally-ho! from a sketch by 
H. Aiken, Esq. 

6, Union Place, Lambeth, 

1830. 150 A lime kiln on the Bristol 

Channel. 

1 83 1. 4*0 A fisherman's cottage on the 

lake of Haarlem. 

1832. 178 On the Thames near Batter- 

sea. 



1833. 412 Cascade near South Brent, 
Devon. 
W. Wilson, fun., 
2, Surrey Place^ 

Old Kent Road. 
1852. 327 A fresh breeze. 

568 On the Dutch coast. 



W Medalist. 

8, Church Terrace^ 

Waterloo Bridge Road. 

Impression from a die; the 
design by Mr. Herring. 
Beaufort House, Strand 

Obverse impression from a 

prize medal given by the 

Medical Society of London. 

8, Church Terrace. 

Portrait of an artist 

II, Charlotte Street. 

Portrait of a lady. 

48, London Street. 

Hunting; impression from a 
die. 

Portrait of his late father; im- 
pression from a seal 

Portrait of the Rev. John Bis- 
sell. 

Henry Stephens, Esq. 

Impression from a medal die 
for the Universal Hall of 
Commerce. 

England, Ireland, and Scot- 
land adorning Britannia; im- 
pression from a seal for the 
National Art Union. After 
Shanklin. 

Sir Christopher Wren, from a 
bust in the Bodleian Gallery; 
impression from a medal 
die, . executing for the Art 
Union of London. 

John Flaxman, Esq., R.A.; 
model of a medal die for the 
Art Union of London. 

H.M. Queen Victoria; impres- 
sion from a medal die. 

5, George Street, 

Euston Square. 

Haymakers; from a design by 
W. Kidd; impression from 
a die. 

Prize Medal intended for pre- 
sentation to British Volun- 
teers; impression from the 
die. 

6, Thorney Place, N. 
Benjamin West, P.R.A.; cif 
on drawing for a medal \ 
in progress. 



WILSON, 


1827. 


1035 


1828. 


1100 


1829. 


1049 


1830. 


1 106 


1832. 


1077 


1833. 


1037 


1840. 


183 




601 


1843. 


1361 



1363 

1845. >3" 

1846. 1372 

1847. 1310 

1857. 671 

1 86 1. 799 

1863. 996 





THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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25, Crowndale Road^ 

Oakley Square. 
1866. 946 Benjamin West, P.R.A.; im- 
pressions from medal for the 
Art Union of London. 

WILSON, W Painter. 

35, Leverton Street, 

Kentish Tmvn. 
187 1. 175 Rev. W. R. Arrowsmith, Vicar 
of Old St. Pancras. 

WILSON, W Painter. 

87, Commercial Street, 

Dundee, 




1885. 


957 Beached. 


1887. 


323 On the Tay. 




10, Shoer Terrace, Dundee. 


1890. 


1 1 10 Crossing the bar. 


1892. 


445 On the Tay. 


ILSC 


)N, William Painter. 




62, Paddington Street. 


1798. 


896 Portrait of a gentleman. 




16, Great Castle Street, 




Cavendish Square. 


1801. 


480 Blinkburn Abbey, Northum- 




berland. 




571 Elcho Castle, near Perth. 


1802. 


28 Dunbrisal, the seat of the Earl 




of Moray. 




2, Salisbury Street, meet Street. 


1803. 


169 Down Castle, the ancient seat 




of the Earls of Moray. 




51, Paddington Street. 


1804. 


283 Comrie, Perthshire. 


1806. 


788 Evening. 




8ii TeviotVale. 




905 Melrose Abbey. 




93" Kelso. 


1807. 


287 Kelso from the south-west. 


1808. 


76 View of Kinnoul. 




190 Ale-house, near Pet worth. 


1809. 


179 Kelso. 




190 Bonskeid, seat of Sir J. Pul- 




teney, near Blair. 


1810. 


44 Elgin Cathedral. 




69 View near Blair, in Athol. 


1811. 


173 Linlithgow palace. "Queen 




Margaret sits in Lithgow's 




bower. " — Marmion. 




191 Perth from the south. 


1812. 


16 View of Edinburgh. 


1813. 


37 Conway Castle. 


1814. 


306 The Castle of Gloom. 


1815. 


586 Sion-hill, Ramsgate. 




588 Limekiln near Ramsgate. 




670 Sketch of Ramsgate from the 




pier. 




677 Cottage near Pegwell Bay. 



1 816. 504 Sketch of Ryddland Castle. 
878 The ruins of Lindisfame. 

181 7. 80 Norham Castle. "Day set on 

Norham's castled steep, etc." 
— Marmion. 
4, Northumberland Street, 

Portman Square. 

18 1 8. 507 View of the City of Glasgow. 
509 The Cathedral of Glasgow. 

"The pile is gloomy and 
massive rather than an ele- 
gant style of architecture, 
etc."— -^^^ Roy. 
1820. 271 Ettrick banks. This view of 
the junction of Ettrick on 
the Yarrow with the Tweed, 
is taken from Hornen's Park; 
the woods in the distance 
are those of Abbotsford, the 
seat of Sir Walter Scott. 

WILSON, William A Painter. 

16, Hercules Buildings. 
1834. 225 On the coast near Scheveling. 
22, Cumberland Market. 

1838. II A water mill. 

1 1, Upper Marylebone Street. 

1839. 169 Street in Rouen. 

20, Walcot Place, Lambeth. 
1842. 836 Place du Marche, Abbeville. 

100, York Road, Lambeth. 
1847. 8^* Abbeville. 

I, Elizabeth Terrace, 

New Cross. 

1850. 635 The Castle from the market, 

Edinburgh, 
22, Surrey Place, 

Old Kent Road. 

1851. 397 Near Windsor. 

1854. 1222 Tintern Abbey. 
1357 Netley Abbey. 

1855. 1040 Caen, Normandy. 

Clarendon Lodge, 

Woodford Green, Essex. 

1856. 1220 Rue du Bac, Rouen. 

Woodford Wells, Essex. 
1859. 953 Abbeville. 

WILSON, W. Dower Painter. 

Hogarth Club, 

84, Charlotte Street 
1873. 60 The Muse Erato. 

WILSON, William Heath ... Painter. 
I, Via Santa Reparata, 

Florence. 
1884. 796 Sunset from the shore of Car- 
rara. 
1660 " I dare not." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Wilson, William Hesiih-^confiftued. 

1885. 616 Autumn morning — Carrara. 

Bolton Studios. 

1886. 917 Time to go home. 

I a, Berkeley Gardens^ 

Campden HilL 

1887. 217 In Maremma. 

341 Evening — Coast of Carrara. 

1888. 926 In Maremma. 

8, Wharfdale Street. 

1889. 1 167 Ruins of Segesta, Sicily. 

17, Mount Carmel Chambers^ 
Kensington. 

1892. 384 Blythburg. 

1893, 755 Autumn — Blythburg. 

1895. 383 On the Riviera. 

Brockham Green^ 

Betchworthy Surrey. 

1896. 744 Yew trees, Boxhill. 

1898. 88 Head of Loch Long. 
850 A Surrey orchard. 

1899. 853 Winter evening, Boxhill. 



WILSON, W. J Painter. 

22, Surrey Place^ 

Old Kent Road. 
1853. 433 Calais pier. 



WILSON, Mrs. W. R Painter. 

12, St. John's, Wakefield. 
1871. 186 Study of a head. 
1873. 369 Hyacinths. 
1875. 104 Portrait of a lady. 



WILSON, SON, and ALD- 

WINCKLE Architects. 

2, East India Avenue, E.G. 
1885. 1843 Lewisham public Baths. 



WILSON and DYER Architects. 

2, Jo/in Street, Bedford Row. 
1884. 1208 Design for Llanelly Hospital. 



WILSON and FULLER. 

Architects. 

38, Parliament Street, 

and I, Belmont, Bath. 
1852. 1222 Cambridge Military Asylum. 



WILSON and TALBOT. 

Architects. 

1 1, Lord Street, Liverpool. 
1899. 1670 Group of cottages, Port Sun- 
light, Cheshire. 



WILTHEW, Guy Painter. 

5, Thurlae Square, 

South Kensington. 

1904. 225 The housewives. 
621 Marianne. 

WILTHEW, L.... Miniature Painter. 
8, Henrietta Street^ 

Covent Garden. 

1 781. 317 Frame, with portraits. 

30, Bow Street, 

Covent Garden. 

1782. 338 Portrait of a gendeman. 

19, Bedford Court, 

Covent Garden. 

1783. 281 Frame with six portraits in 

miniature. 

12, Philpot Lane, E.C. 
1785. 273 Portrait of a lady. 



WILTON, A. A 

1837. 522 Landscape. 



. Painter. 



WILTON, Charles Painter. 




49, Dorset Street. 


1837. 


561 A fancy portrait 




606 Portrait of a young lady. 


1838. 


568 do. lady. 


1839. 


601 A portrait. 




619 Portrait of himself. 




1096 A village group. 


1840. 


594 Portrait of a boy. 




77^ Portrait. 


1841. 


138 Savoyard. 




744 Portrait of a lady. 


1843. 


625 Organ boy. 




6, New Street, Dorset Square, 


1846. 


412 The sugar hogshead. 




109 1 A domestic scene. 


WILTON, Joseph, R.A Sculptor. 




(Sculptor to the King.) 




Portland Street. 


1769. 


125 A marble bust of a lady. 


1770. 


204 Bust of a gentleman; a model. 


1771. 


224 A bust of a gentleman; in 




marble. 


1772. 


277 A bust of a nobleman; in 




marble. 




278 Hymen; a model in terra- 




cotta. 




(Statuary to His Majesty.) 


1773. 


315 Mutius Scaevola before Por- 




senna; a model— 7>'/. Liv., 




lib. I. 


1774. 


318 A senatorial figure; a model. 


1777- 


380 Bust of a gentleman ; in marble. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



317 



Queen Anne Street East, 
1 779. 3s6 A bust of the Earl of Chatham. 
1 781. 539 A monumental figure of Hope. 
1783. 431 do. do. lately ex- 

ecuted. 

WIMBUSH, Henry B Painter. 

7, Alexandra Grove^ Finchley, 

1888. 109 Fleeting day. 

1889. 231 Petit Bo' Bay, Guernsey. 

The Garple, North Finchley. 
1893. 380 Nun's Well, near St. David's, 
Pembrokeshire. 
Avonhouse Studio^ 

Steele s Road, N. JV. 

1903. 618 Morthoe Cliffs, North Devon. 

1904. 234 Grosse Tete, Jersey. 

WIMBUSH, John L Painter. 

57, Chancery Lane, 
1889. 1772 Lingering clouds. 

8, Fitzroy Street, 

1899. 583 ** Fide et amore feci." 

1900. 884 A saucy girl. 

1 90 1. 691 Waiting a bite. 

Meshay Dartmouth, 

Devonshire, 

1902. 340 A garden party. 
i903» 585 Cupboard love. 

1904. 317 The return of the privateers. 

WIMBUSH, Miss Ruth Painter. 

Etchingham Park, Finchley, 
1 89 1. 91 s Students' day in the National 
Gallery. 

WIMPERIS, Edward Monson, R,I, 

Painter. 
16, Beaufort Villas, Brixton, 
1868. 772 Evening. 

WIMPERIS (E.) and EAST. 

Architects. 
22, Conduit Street, 
1899. 1620 London Newspaper office. 

1750 II, George Street, Hanover 
Square. 

51, Conduit Street, 
1 90 1. 1589 Re-building of Reynolds' 
house, Leicester Square. 

6, Vigo Street. 

1903. 147" House, Leicester Square. 

WIMPERIS, John T Architect. 

25, Sackville Street, Piccadilly. 

1882. I2XI Berkeley Square Mansions. 

1883. 1224 Premises in Mayfair. 



1885. 1 88 1 Audley Mansions, Grosvenor 

Square. 

1886. 1702 Mansion, Grosvenor Square. 

1887. 1736 Duke Street, Mansion. 

WIMPERIS (J. T.) and ARBER. 

Architects. 

25, Sackville Street, 

1889. 1932 Palace Court, W. 

1890. 1899 Premises, Davies Street. 

1891. 1917 II, Charles Street, Mayfair. 

1892. 1641 Grafton Galleries. 

1893. 1480 Additions to "Roxley." 

1896. 1665 16, Soho Square. 

1897. 1876 Bungalows, Heme Bay. 
19 1 7 Prince's Restaurant. 

1900. 1767 Premises, Kingston - on- 

Thames. 

1 901. 1677 Empress Club, Dover Street. 

WIMPY, Charles. 

Miniature Painter. 
365, Goldhawk Road, W, 

1893. 1 301 D. M. Hastings, Esq. 

WIN AN S, Walter Sculptor. 

3, Chesterfield Gardens, 

Mayfair, 

1894. 1775 The Sioux chief, "Sitting 

Bull"; group, bronze. 

WINCHESTER, G Painter. 

Addington Villa, Margate, 
1862, 49^ At Northdown, near Margate, 

WINDASS, John Painter. 

12, Priory Street, York, 
1 89 1. 1 01 3 Receding tide. 
1893. 596 Remnants of Winter. 

667 The gently flowing tide. 
The Hall, Obaldwick, 

near York, 
1904. 684 White Sands Bay, Sennen. 

WINDER, J. T Painter. 

34, Fishergate Hill, Preston. 
1875. 7*^ Larks. 

WINDER, William S Painter. 

24, Etterby Street, Stanwix, 

Carlisle. 

1901. 1 182 Runnerdale, Cumberland. 

1902. 851 A mountain tarn. 

936 Northern crags; murky weather. 

WINDHAM, C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1807. 395 Study of Goats. 

(/. Windham.) 
501 The death of Darthula. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



WINDSOR, P. J. 

Miniature Painter. 
4, New Church Road^ 

Camberwell, 
1839. 1022 Portrait of a gentleman. 

WINDSOR-PRY, Harry Painter. 

14, Wellington Road^ 

St, John's Wood. 
1884. 1635 The Ricks. 

H, W. Fry, 64, Charlotte St., 
Fitzroy Square, 
1888. 436 Colonel Wilmer. 

WINDUS, William Lindsay. 

Painter, 

29, Netherfield Rd., Liverpool, 

1856. 122 Burd Helen. Helen, fearing 

her lover's desertion, runs 

by the side of his horse as 

his foot page. 

**Lord John he rode, Burd 

Helen ran, 
A livelong simmer's day; 
Until they cam' to Clyde water, 
Was filled frae bank to brae. 
Seest thou yon water, Helen, 

said he. 
That flows from bank to brim? 
I trust to God, Lord John, she 

said. 
You ne'er will see me swim." 
1859. 900 Too late. 

" If it were thine error or 

thy crime, 
I care no longer, being all un- 

blest; 
Wed whom thou wilt, but I am 

sick of time; 
And I desire to rest." 

— Tennyson. 

WING, Adolphus H. A. 

Miniature Painter. 
40, London Street, 
1848. 737 Portrait of himself. 

WING, Eliza Painter. 

91, High Street, Marylebone, 
1848. 1073 Wild spring flowers. 

WING, R Painter. 

Fordingbridge. 
1829. 103 Moonlight. 

WING, W Painter. 

29, King St., Portman Square, 
1844. 895 A group of butterflies. 

44, Dorset Street, 
1847. 70s Butterflies, 



WINGATB, Mi88 Anna M. B. 

Painter. 
66, West JSnd Lane. 

1899. 439 The wasted vigiL 

9, Fentiand Terrace^ 

Edinburgh. 
1902. 282 Miss Nelson. 
1904. 432 Mrs. Norman Fniser. 

WINGATE, J. Lawton, R.S.A. 

Painter. 

I, Alva Street^ Edinburgh. 

1880. 267 The wanderers. 
637 Study of Pigs. 

1 88 1. 4^3 Quoiters. 

MuthiU, Perthshire. 

1882. 727 A swan's nest among the reeds. 

1883. sH Winter twilight. 
787 Early spring. 

1885. 324 The wreck of the wood. 

381 An "orra" comer. 
1887. 565 Springtime. 

580 Spring twilight. 
St. John's CoUnton, 

Mid'Lofkian. 
1889. 373 The woods in winter. 

WINGFIELD, J Painter. 

93, Long Acre. 

1 79 1. 191 Larks. 

1792. 92 A wild duck and widgeon. 

1793. 639 Pheasants. 
1794- 272 Cat and fish. 

White Hart Tavern, Holhom. 

1796. 48 Wildfowl. 

1797. 103 Flowers from nature. 
655 Death of a hare. 

1798. 315 The dead ass; from Sterne. 

WINGFIELD, James Digman. 

Painter. 
14, Warren Street. 

1835. 754 Portrait of a lady. 

1836. 697 Mrs. Frederick Chatterton. 

41, Howland Street. 

1 84 1. 296 Une paysanne flamande. 

1842. 1235 William Ill's private room, 

Hampton Court Palace. 

46, Cirencester Place. 

1843. 313 Jeanie Deans. 

359 Interior — Haddon Hall. 

2, Elizabeth Terrace, Chelsea. 

1844. 1090 Part of the palace, Hampton 

Court — olden time. 

1845. 75 Autumn. 

1846. 143 The palace garden — time of 

Queen Anne. 
281 Lesbia. " Lesbia hath a beam- 
ing eye, etc." — Moore, 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



319 



1847. 

1848. 
1849. 
1850. 



1852. 
1353. 



1854. 
1855- 



1857. 
1858. 



1859. 



i860. 
1861. 



1862. 
1863. 

1870. 



337 Garden scene. 
598 Summer recreation. 
96 Evening. 
348 Garden scene. 
234 The cavalier's song on the 

Terrace, Haddon Hall. 
280 A garden scene — olden time. 
334 An autumn day. 
578 A summer's day. 

"Close by those meads for 
ever crown'd with flowers, 
Where Thames with pride sur- 
veys his rising towers. 
There stands a structure of 

majestic frame 
Which from the neighbouring 
Hampton takes its name." 
--Pope, 
161 A day out of town. 
303 A comer of the studio. 
659 Interior — North Wales. 
683 Summer Hill — time of Charles 
II. "They went every day 
to court, or the court came 
to them." — De GrammonL 
29, Clips tone Street, 
449 The Rehearsal; scene — the 
Garden, Elvaston, Derby- 
shire. 
5S8 Art treasures. 

94» Reading the news-letter of the 
1 7th century. " People who 
lived at a distance from the 
great theatre of political 
contention could be kept 
regularly informed of what 
was passing there only by 
means of news-letters. . . . 
At the seat of a man of for- 
tune, in the country, the 
news-letter was impatiently 
expected." — Macaulay. 
1090 The terrace. 
350 Sunny hours. 
623 Garden scene. 
909 The garden terrace. 
911 In the garden, Holme Lacy. 
393 The Court in 1640. 
HO The Court of Charles II; 
the King has been seen 
walking with the Queen 
again. 
256 Happy hours. 
673 A lesson from life. 
580 For our defence. 

40, Christchurch Street^ 

Chelsea, 
509 The Banqueting Hall of the 
Worshipful Company of Iron- 
mongers. 



187 1. 904 The Bank Parlour. Presented 

by the officers and staff of the 
Bank of England to Robert 
Wigram Crawford^ Esq,^ 
M.P,^ the Governor^ on his 
retirement from office in 
Aprils 1871. 

1872. 59 The old British Institution. 

WINGFIELD, The Hon. Lewis, 

R,H,A Painter. 

37, Grosvenor Square, 

1869. 750 Doomed. 

1870. 308 Puzzled. 

8, Maida Vale, 

1872. 1021 "Men must work, and women 

must weep. When there is 
little to earn and many to 
keep." 
1875. 875 " By the waters of Babylon we 
sat down and wept." 

WINGFIELD, Peter. 

Miniature Painter. 
Brown^s Buildings^ 

St, Mary Axe, 
1770. 205 A miniature of a lady. 
At Mr, Smitfis, 

St, Jameses Street, 
1 7 7 1 . 276 Miniature of a lady. 

St, Mary Axe, 

1773. 316 Portrait of a lady; in minia- 

ture. 
62, Margaret Street^ 

Cavendish Square. 

1774. 319 A miniature. 

1775' 34* Portrait of a lady; miniature. 

WINGRAVE, F. C Painter. 

6, Rolls Buildings, 
1793. *o8 Portrait of Mrs. Jeffery, aged 
no years. 
Red Lion Court, Fleet Street. 
1798. 261 Portrait of himself. 

688 do. a gentleman. 

WINKFIELD, Frederic A... Painter. 

2, Essex Street, Manchester, 

1873. 160 The shields. 

1875. *7® Wind and rain. 

1 2, Shakespear Road, 

Manchester, 

1876. 245 Stormy weather, 

7, Norfolk Terrace, Fulham. 

1877. 966 Misty morning; oyster boats 

getting under weigh. 

1878. 222 A coasting collier. 

59, Britannia Road, Fulham. 

1879. 648 Limehouse Pier. 
1052 Under repair. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Winkfield, Frederic A. — continued. 

1880. 963 On the move. 

1 88 1. 902 Outward bound. 
1349 Changing dock. 

1883. 630 Unloading: Chiswick. 

1884. 181 Horselydown Stairs. 
639 Greenwich. 

857 The Upper Pool, River 
Thames. 

1885. 987 Moonrise. 

1886. 884 Liverpool, from Egremont. 

1887. 75" Evening in the Pool, River 

Thames. 
1898. 33 Old warrior's last days. 
1900. 407 A rain cloud. 

531 A land-locked bay, South 
Devon. 
1904. 620 Mouth of the Conway river. 

WINKLES, Henry Painter. 

I, Lower Terrace ^ Islington, 

1819. 572 North-east end of Exeter 

Cathedral. 
20, Colebrook Row^ Islington, 

1820. 957 Rosslyn Chapel, near Edin- 

burgh. 
974 Holyrood House, Edinburgh. 

182 1. 515 Old Queen's Head, Lower 

Street, Islington. 
604 Remains of St. Mary's Abbey, 
York. 
39, Richard Street^ Islington, 

1822. 939 South-east view of York Cathe- 

dral. 

1823. 559 Canterbury Cathedral from the 

cloisters. 
2, Gloucester Flace^ 

Kentish Town, 
1832. 990 Interior of Rosslyn chapel near 
Edinburgh. 

WINKWORTH, John Architect. 

35, Norton Street^ 

Fitzroy Square, 

1807. 987 Design for a nobleman's man- 

sion. 

1808. 938 Design for a villa. 

37, Mortimer Street, 

1809. 825 The parish church of Ayott 

St. Lawrence, near Welwyn, 
Herts. 

35, Norton Street, 
181 1. 862 Design for an Atheneum mu- 
seum, etc. 

WINMILL, Charles G Architect. 

14, Ham Frith Road^ 

Stratford, E, 
1 89 1. 1783 St. Thomas's Church Hall, 
West Ham. 



[ WINS, M. A. H... Miniature Painter. 
I 30a, York Street^ 

Portman Square, 
1843. 900 Mrs. G. W. Wins. 

WINSER, Charles. 

Miniature Painter. 
96, Crawford Sir^. 

1830. 937 Portrait of a lady. 

41, Matuhester Strut. 
1841. 761 Portrait of a child. 

WINSER, Miss Margaret... Sculptor. 
46, Quarrendon Street^ 

Parson* 5 Green, 
1904. 1701 Portrait medallion. 
1782 Medallion. 

WINSTON, Anne Painter. 

3, Upper Wellington Street^ 

Strand, 

1847. 739 Contemplation; a study. 

WINSTON, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1797. 659 View of a gentleman's house, 
Horton, near Windsor, 

WINTER, C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1807. 344 Banditti; a sketch. 
S83 do. do. 

WINTER, Frederick Sculptor. 

64, College Flace^ 

Oakley Square. 
1873. 147 1 Medallion of a lady. 

1875. 1371 Little Rosebud. "Lovely, 

gentle, kind, and full of 
every hope and every joy." 

1876. 1492 Little Daisy. "Loving she is, 

and tractable, though wild, 
etc." 

1877. '410 Samuel Rogers, Esq.; medal- 

lion. 
14x9 Miss Reid; medallion. 
1 505 Walter Charles Goodchild, Esq. 

1879. 1463 Little Rosebud; bust, marble. 

" Lovely, gentle, kind." 

1880. 1528 Portrait of G. E. B.; bust, 

marble. 

1 88 1. 1557 Portrait bust. 

40, Robert Street, 

1883. 1 56 1 Nellie, daughter of William 

and Sophia Chapman; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1682 My sweetheart when a boy; 

terra-cotta. 
1690 Master Edgar F. Hunter; bust, 
terra-cotta. 



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321 



1884. 


1719 




I72I 




18x4 


1885. 


2018 


1886. 


1838 




1848 


1887. 
I89I. 


1823 
I96I 


1892. 


I85I 


1893. 


1669 


1896. 


1850 


1897. 


2082 


1899. 


2032 



Ethel Hunter; bust, terra- 
cotta. 

Millicent, daughter of Charles 
Frederick and Ada Brad- 
berry; bust, terra-cotta. 

" My pretty one "; bust, terra- 
cotta. 

Miss Marian A. de Goumay 
Barclay; bust, terra-cotta. 

Miss Constance L. Lely; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

My little sweetheart; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

My lassie; bust, terra-cotta. 

The late Dowager Marchioness 
of Ely; bust, posthumous. 
To be executed in marble for 
HM. the Queen. 

The late Rt. Hon. W. H. 
Smith; posthumous bust. 

The late Rt. Hon. Sir R. N. 
Fowler, Bart., M.P.; bust. 
13, Robert Street, 

Miss Dorothea Baird as 
"Trilby"; bust, terra-cotta. 

J. Forbes-Robertson, Esq., as 
"Buckingham"; bust. 

J. Forbes-Robertson, Esq. ; 
bust, bronze. 



WINTER, Richard Davidson. 

Painter. 

44, Wendali Road, 

Shepherd's Bush. 
1890. 1582 The cornfield. After J. Con- 
stable, R.A. 
41, Brocklebank Road, 

Wandsworth, 
1892. 1506 "When the day is done." 
II, Lower John Street, 

Golden Square, 
1904. 1370 Farm at Dulwich Park. 



WINTER, W. Tatton Painter. 

The Studio, 

Carshalton, Surrey, 
1554 A breezy upland, Sussex. 
1236 The Abbey Farm, Minster. 
1099 The windy steep. 
1284 An autumn landscape, Kent. 

1894. 1 130 An October gale. 

1895. 1079 Epsom Common. 
1102 Wingham, near Canterbury. 
1 118 The common side, Surrey. 

" Beside yon straggling fence 
that skirts the way. With 
blossom'd furze unprofitably 

gay." 



1889. 
1891. 
1892. 



1896. 



1897. 



Ashford Villas, 

Church Road, Reigate, 
856 " When trees are bare." 
The Studio, 

South Park, Reigate, 

1898. 102 A windy day. 

1899. 117 " And it was windy weather." 
1091 Autumn ploughing. 

700 The wet west wind. 
745 Lengthening shadows. 
1158 "All on a wild March morn- 
ing." 
9S Southern England. 
463 The west wind. 



1901. 



1902. 



VIII. 



WINTERBOTTOM, Austin. 

Painter. 
263, Western Bank, Sheffield, 
1899. 784 Drifted snow. 
1 90 1. 468 Frost-bound. 

WINTERBOTTOM and SANDS. 

Architects. 

St, John's Terrace, Fulham, 

1841. 1086 Almshouses for the Butchers' 

Charitable Institution at 

Walham Green. 

WINTERH ALTER, Prangois Xavier. 

Painter. 

1852. 285 Florinde. 

1853. 96 Mrs. Baliol Brett. 

Paris, 
1856. 123 Lady Clementina Villiers. 
1867. 257 Mrs. Vanderbyl, 

WIRGMAN, Theodore Blake. 

Painter. 
2, Talbot Road Villas. 

1867. 98 Kathleen. 

1868. 96 J. E. Wirgman, Esq. 
649 My sister. 

51, Talbot Road, W. 

1870. 29 Blossoms. 

187 1. 151 Andrea del Sarto and his wife 

Lucrezia. "Let me frame 
your face in your hair's 
gold." — R, Browning, 

1872. 932 Abdard and Hdoise. 

59, Bedford Gardens, 

1874. 1377 "In the spring a young man's 

fancy Lightly turns to 
thoughts of love." — Tenny- 
son, 

SI, Talbot Road. 

1875. 54 A green thought in a green 

shade. 
887 Lieut.-Colonel Wirgman. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1876. 
1877. 



1878. 



1879. 



1880. 



1881. 



1882. 



Wirgman, Theodore Blake—con/inu^d, 
6, Penywem Road, 

82 Study of a head. 

48 W. E. Hensley, Esq. 
294 A portrait. 
460 In a wood. 

38 Mrs. Thomycroft. 

75 Portrait of a lady. 
404 Mrs. Williams. 
428 Lieut.-General W. H, Blake. 
153 Mrs. John A« Macmeikan. 
191 Miss Margaret Grimston. 
371 Lady Jane Alexander. 

638 Mrs. £. L. Langton. 
951 Robert Mamock, landscape 

gardener. 
432 Mrs. Charles Holland. 
440 Henry Burrows, Esq. 
945 Miss Thomson. 
992 W. Hollins, Esq. 
i4>9 Colonel Henry Yule, C.B., 
R.E. 
3 Mrs. Charles Holland. 
19 " I cannot mind my wheel, 

mother." 
710 From the rocks to the sea. 
1522 W. Hollins, Esq. 

1883. 14 Hamo Thomycroft, A.R.A. 
890 Colonel Richard Harte Keat- 

inge, V.C, C.S.I. 

1884. 44 Portrait of a lady. 
379 Vandeleur Crake, Esq. 
426 Miss Agatha Cox. 

1885. '°4 Portrait of a gentleman. 
357 J. Hanson Walker, Esq. 
428 The ring. 
435 The Bishop of Brechin. 

1886. 254 Mrs. Knowles. 
322 Mrs. Barton. 
640 Clinton Dent, Esq. 
718 Mrs. Burton Buckley. 

1007 W. Fuller Maitland, Esq., 

MP. 
1095 Colonel Lionel Barton. 

1887. 63 Walter Fergus, M.D. 
451 Portrait of a lady. 
535 Mignon. 

639 Henry Doulton, Esq. 

1888. 1079 Bonham Caldwell, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait, 

1087 Mrs. C. Bine Renshaw. 

1889. 606 Madame X . . . 
764 M. M. M. 

1890. 640 Sir Robert Egerton, K.C.S.I., 
CLE. 

705 Sir Henry Davies, K.C.S.I., 

CLE. 
712 Mrs. T. Blake Wirgman. 
1066 The Rt. Hon. Sir James 
Hannen. 



1 89 1. 480 Haden Watkins. 

640 Mrs. T. H. Watkins. 
656 Miss Alice Gomez. 
680 Vicary Gibbs, Esq. 

1892. 22 Anthea. 

424 James Waraes Howlett, Esq. 

Presentation portrait. 
990 Mrs. Edmund Gosse. 

1893. 436 W. Pomfret Pomfret, Esq. 

566 1793: During the Revolution 
in La Vendue the Royalist 
women had the choice of 
letting their children perish 
with diem, or of giving them 
up to the care of the Repub- 
licans. 

24, Dawson Place^ W. 

1894. 173 Elsa and the wild swans. 
19s Mrs. Hollins. 

1895. 137 Mrs. William Hollins. 
576 Miss Dorothea Hollins. 

1896. 215 Joan of Arc 

417 The Warden of Keble. 

1897. 502 Master Watkins. 

1898. 183 May and Edith, daughters of 

General Blake. 
245 Ernest Wirgman, Esq. 
541 Mrs. Henry Fawcett. 
623 M. Carl Breitenstein, Esq. 

1899. 386 Dora and Henry, children of 

General Blake. 
620 Captive Cupid. 
694 Captain T. Colclough Watson, 

V.C, R.E. 

1900. 664 Colonel Inigo Jones. 
949 Mrs. John Morley. 

1 90 1. 233 Mrs. Graeme Sinclair. 
604 Victory mourns. 

1903. 784 The Rev. A. T. Wirgman, 
D.D., Canon of GraJhams- 
town. 

WISE, William Painter. 

19, Bridgtivater Street^ 

Somer^s Town. 
1823. 943 Portrait of himself. 

102, Adrian Terrace^ 

West Brompton. 
1876. 524 Childhood. 

WISHART,J Architect. 

Oxford Chapel Court. 

1798. 929 Design in perspective for a 

lodge. 

370, Oxford Street. 

1799. 652 St. John's Gate, Smithfield. 
901 Design for a town hall and 

market place. 

70, Berwick Street. 

1800. 1089 A design for a villa. 



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323 





London Dock Office. 


1857- 


25 A Yorkshire river's bank. 


I80I. 


882 An internal view of King 


1858. 


1070 A Highland cottage flower 




John's palace at Eltham, 




garden. 




Kent. 


1859. 


S04 A study on the Tees. 




930 Design for a casine. 


1861. 


769 A bit in the old Forest. 




941 Design for a park entrance. 




7, St, /anus's Villas, Croydon, 


1802. 


293 A View of Sir G. Buggan's villa, 


1862. 


240 "Break — break —break. 




and a remarkable rock, on 




At the foot of thy crags, sea ! 




Restall Common, near Tun- 




But the tender grace of a day 




bridge Wells. 




that is dead 




479 The entrance from the river 




Will never come back to me." 




Thames into the London 




I, Eliot Place, Blackheath, 




docks at Bell-dock. 


1895. 


884 The harvest moon; looking 




939 Two views of cottages on Tun- 




towards Whitby. 




bridge Wells common. 


1900. 


4*2 Fresh from the kitchen 




1003 View of Penshurst place, near 




garden. 




Tunbridge Wells, the seat 




705 The old stile. 




of — Sydney, Esq. 






1804. 


892 A design for a villa. 


WITHERINGTON, Walter Seck- 


1805, 


685 Design for a royal hospital. 


ham . 


Architect. 


1807. 


1040 Design for a villa. 




127, Leadenhall Street. 


1808. 


319 View in the Commercial Road, 


1878. 


1152 Queen Anne's Chambers, Hol- 




Limehouse bridge. 




bom Viaduct. 


WITCHELL, Miss Lucy Painter. 


WITHERINGTON, William 




The Acre, Strand, 


Frederick, R,A Painter. 


1883. 


943 Dead game. 




19, Radclijf Row, City Road, 


1884. 


974 A dead sea-gull. 


1811. 


10 Cottage at Hartwell, Bucks. 


1891. 


1202 Bullfinch. 




449 Interior of a cottage at Hart- 
well, Bucks. 


WITCHELL, Thomas. 


1812. 


73 Partridges. 




Miniature Painter. 




278 Going out coursing in the 




57, Titchfield Street, 




morning, with the portraits 




Oxford Street, 




of a gentleman, his servants. 


1778. 


353 Portrait of a young lady; in 




horses, and dogs. 




miniature. 


1813. 


291 A domestic scene. 


1779. 


397 A lady; in miniature. 




297 Cottage children angle. 




79, Wells Street, Oxford Street. 




411 A forest scene with figures; 


1780. 


252 Portrait of a gentleman. 




digging and carting gravel. 






1814. 


190 The top. 


WITCOMBE, Miss Margaret. 




268 Cottage and figures. 




Painter. 


1815. 


262 Landscape, with boys gather- 




Guildford, 




ing nuts. 


1855. 


496 A landscape. 




364 The hayfield. 




509 do. 


1816. 


370 Returning home. 


1856. 


66 A woody bank. 


1817. 


325 Shepherd boys. "Come — will 


1857. 


579 Out for a holiday. 




you pipe with me? etc." 


1859. 


189 A corner of the common. 




342 Sketch in Windsor Forest. 


i860. 


47 The woody lane. 


1818. 


204 Going to market. 




Mount Scar Cottage, Swanage, 




303 The fifth of November. 


1862. 


107 Woody meadows. 


1819. 


285 Entrance to the Caravansera at 




214 A bending of the brook. 




Mayaur, near Isfahaim, in 


1863. 


10 The pathway to the ruin. 




Persia. From a sketch by 
Lieut. -Col. Johnson, C.B., 


WITHERBY, Henry Forbes. 




of Engineers. 




Painter. 




399 The Reaper's Repast. " For 




10, Highbury Park, 




them no shady bow'r is 


1854. 


989 Study of spring flowers. 




found, etc." 


1856. 


1 126 Airey Force, near Ulleswater, 


1820. 


43 A sketch for a picture. 




Cumberland. 




298 A Suttee taking leave of her 



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\ 



Witberington, William Frederick, 
R,A, — continued, 

children, previous to devot- 
ing herself on the funeral 
pile of her deceased hus- 
band. The landscape (from 
sketches by Lieut.-Col. John- 
son, C.B., of Engineers), 
represents the city of Poonah, 
including his Highness the 
Paishwa*s palace, and part 
of the British Residency, as 
seen on the 14th April, 
1816, when the Parweety 
pagoda. His Highnesses place 
of worship, was struck by 
lightning, from which (or, 
more probably, from their 
knowing at the time of the 
existing state of political 
affairs), the Brahmins pre- 
dicted the overthrow of His 
Highnesses government, an 
event which actually took 
place shortly afterwards; a 
finished study for a large 
picture. 

1820. 397 View of part of the British 

residency and gardens at 
Bombay, with a pagoda 
erected in memory of a 
Suttee, who, near that spot, 
devoted herself on the funeral 
pile of her husband — Even- 
ing. From a sketch on the 
spot. 
562 View of Part of the island of 
Bombay, from the hill near 
the Parsee tombs. From a 
sketch by Lieut.-Col. John- 
son, C.B., of Engineers. 

29, Hadlow Street, 

1 82 1. 302 The courageous Brother: or 

mischievous boy threatened. 

1822. 264 The dancing bear. 

1823. 965 John Gilpin. 

1824. 192 A modern picture gallery. 

1825. 188 "Pity the sorrows of a poor 

old man." 
207 The Robin. 

"The peasant from his toil 
returned, a-field. 

Now, leaning o'er the cottage 
hatch beheld 

In smiles, his younger born 
and fair-haired child 

Luring with half-raised porrin- 
ger of milk. 

The fearless-hearted bird with 
scarlet head." 



1825. 238 Lavinia. 

"The mournful tale her mother 

told 
Of what her fiuthless fortune 

promised once." 

1826. 103 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 

man. 
311 Preparing for market. 

1827. 34 Ancient temple at Hulwud. 

Painted for Captain M. 
Grindlay's Western India. 
260 Market gardeners loading. 
383 Part of the eastern side of 
Bombay Island, from the 
heights near the Parsee 
Tombs. From sketches by 
Lieutenant • Colonel John- 
son, C.B. 
440 Guess me my name. 

" A moment's strife the maid 
With those locked hands began 
That held her eyes in shade, 
etc."— i?«F. T./.Judkin. 

1828. 274 The hop garden. "The gay 

regions of France may exult 
in their vines, etc." — Smith, 

323 View of Bombay, with the 
house of Sterne's Eliza. From 
a sketch in the possession of 
Sir Charles Forbes, Bart. 

325 View of the breast Causeway, 
Bombay. From a sketch by 
Lieut.-Colonel Johnson. 

1829. 132 Don Quixote and Sancho 

Panza, after their rencontre 
with the Yanguesian car- 
riers. 

149 The soldier's wife. "His late 
Royal Highness the Duke of 
York, as he returned one 
day from walking, observed 
a poor woman in tears, sent 
away from his house. On 
asking the servant who she 
was, he answered, * A beggar, 
some soldier's wife.' *A 
soldier's wife!' returned his 
R.H., 'give her immediate 
relief; what is your mistress 
but a soldier's wife ! ' " 

235 The Rev. J. H. Knapp, M.A. 

237 The cove of Muskat. From a 
sketch by Lieut. - Colonel 
Johnson, C.B. 

372 Heath scene, Kent; an effect 
after rain. 

1830. 306 The orchard. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1 83 1. 197 The cornfield. 

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8, Leigh 5/., Burton Crescent. 
1334. 14s Farmhouse, Cudham, Kent. 

147 Near Farnborough, Kent; a 

study from Nature. 
184 Study from Nature. 

218 Reaping. 

1835. 200 The ferry. 

324 Water-mill, Brasted, Kent. 

1836. 306 Petworth Park, Sussex, as it 

appeared June 9, 1835, 
during the anniversary dinner 
given by the Earl of Egre- 
mont to upwards of 5,000 
women and children. 

1837. 8 The lucky escape. 

377 Four studies for pictures. 

1838. 4» Displaying the catch. "Let 

him laugh that wins." 
504 Lane scene, Cudham, Kent. 

1839. 49 The Rencontre: or Much Ado 

about Nothing. 
220 The rise of the Ravensboume, 
Keston, Kent. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1840. 41 Stacking hay. 

1841. 153 Repose. 

" Around the adjoining brook 
that purls along, 

A various group the herds and 
flocks compose, etc." 
236 Winchester Tower, Windsor 
Castle, f