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1769 1904 



OAKBS, John Wright, A,J^.A. 

Painter. 
100, Bo/d Street^ Liverpool , 

1848. 482 On the river Greta, Keswick. 

1849. 1028 Moel-gronw from Cwm-y-Glo, 

Carnarvonshire. 

1850. 605 Cwm Eoian Moor — wet day. 
1067 River Dulyn, Caernarvonshire. 

1 85 1. 186 Rue Avon (silent river), Den- 

bighshire. 
208 Near the summit of Camedd 
Dafydd, Carnarvonshire. 

1852. 163 A bend of Brombro Pool, 

Cheshire. 
616 Ford on the Gorfai, Carnar- 
vonshire. 
1270 A resting place, among the 
Carnarvonshire mountains. 

1853. 92 Fish market steps, Gal way. 
543 Llyn-dulyn. 

612 A shallow stream — Calder 
Bridge, Cumberland. 
60, Pembroke Flace^ Liverpool. 
1^54* 75 A fresh breeze — fishing luggers 
leaving Peel harbour. 

1855. 656 " Twll-du ''— the Devil's Kit- 

chen, Carnarvonshire. 

1856. 289 Climping church. 

24, Victoria Road^ Kensington. 

1857. 215 Craig-dulyn, Carnarvonshire. 
596 Caernarvonshire hills from 

Anglesea. 

1858. 227 Shallow water. 

526 The warren. " The cony from 

the sandy bank, etc." 
1033 Maldreath sands — rain passing 
off. 

1859. 204 Twilight. 

267 A breezy day on a rocky coast. 
5*5 Marchllyn-Mawr. "A solitary 

pool, fring'd round with 

rushes wild." 
i860. 287 An old Sand-pit. 

362 A bend of the river. 

439 Aberffraw Bay. " A sand-built 

ridge of heaped hills that 

mound the sea." — Tennyson, 

VI. 



1861. 35 Water meadows. Sandwich. 
517 A Caernarvonshire Glen. 

"Whose walls, Rock built, 
are hung with rainbow 
coloured mists." 

1862. 284 Evening. 

677 The common. "Overgrown 
with fern and rough with 
prickly gorse, etc." 

1863. 5 The river in flood. 

1864. 388 The poachers. 

1865. 4*0 Pine forest — Glen of the Garde- 

wait. 
541 Dunnotar Castle, one of the 
prisons used in the time of 
Charles II for confining the 
Covenanters. 

1866. 515 Morning at Augera, Lago Mag- 

giore. 

1867. 9 Burning the water, Glen Muick, 

Aberdeenshire. 
577 The Bass rock — wind against 

tide. 
669 The Bass rock, calm — hazy 

morning. 

1869. 33 Early spring. 

1870. 303 A summer morning. "Frag- 

rant and fresh is the scent 

of the hay, etc." 
371 The Village ferry, Benfleet, 

Essex. 
394 Morning in the Bay of Uri, 

Lake Lucerne. "Alp on Alp 

shuts out the scene, etc." — 

Lord Lytton. 

28, Victoria Road. 

187 1. I A winter morning near Brae- 

mar. 
105 Linn of Muick, near Ballater, 

Aberdeenshire. 
1076 Source of the River Thames, 
Seven Springs, Gloucester- 
shire. 

1872. 406 Repairing the old boat — South 

Coast. 
962 The foot bridge. Border of 
Dartmoor. 

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Oakes, 


John Wright, A.R.A.— continued. 




Learn House^ Addison Road, 


1873- 


599 A mountain stream, Glen 




Derry, Aberdeenshire. "Like 




Time the restless waters rush 




along, etc." 




919 Drizzle. 


1874. 


469 The drying ground. 




976 A sandy bit of the road. 




1405 The shrimper's broken net. 


1875- 


481 The fallow field. "The build- 




ing rook 'ill caw from the 




windy tall elm tree, etc.*' 




(Elected A.R.A.) 


1876. 


6 Fording a tidal creek. 




36 Sheltered. 


1877. 


57 In the border countrie. "Where 




Cheviot'sridges swell to meet 




the sky." 




443 A quiet morning in early au- 




tumn. "Season of mists 




and mellow fruitfulness." — 




Keais. 




544 Line fishing, South Coast 


1878. 


158 Dirty weather on the East 




Coast. 




542 The Dee Sands. 




558 In the meadows. 


1879. 


33 The river mouth — tide running 




out against the wind. 




378 Disturbed: early spring — twi- 




light. "In sober livery all 




things clad." 




477 A Sussex Village. 




1400 The woodland road. 


1880. 


290 A hazy morning in Alnmouth 




Bay. 




454 The reaper's rest. 




554 The Flintshire coast. 


1881. 


13 Gorse cutting. 




62 "For sale." 




96 The miller's boat — early morn- 




ing. 




413 A Cornish fishing village — 




early morning. 


1882. 


70 Porchester Pool. 




117 Road through Wastdale, Wast- 




dale Head and Screes in the 




distance. 




427 The Mew stone. 




467 "A wild March morning." — 




Tennyson. 


1883. 


255 Llyn-yr-Adar, or the Adder's 




Pool, Carnarvonshire. 




376 A Salmon river: The Tivey at 




Newcastle Emlyn, Cardigan- 




shire. 


1884. 


170 Fishing boats preparing for the 




fishing grounds. 




199 Going for turf. 



1884. 207 Old Roman bridge over the 

Ogwen river. 
517 Mill dam, Ebdew Vale, Somer- 
set. 

1885. 61 Cwm Eigian Moor; shepherds 

searching for strayed sheep. 

956 A passing squall over the Menai 
Straits, Beaumaris in the dis- 
tance. 

981 Fishing boats waiting for the 
tide to rise in the river Fraw. 

1886. 383 Old Mill, Mapledurham. 
821 Loch Ranza castle. 

1887. 186 Hailstorm at the Devil's bridge. 

Pass of St. Gothard. 
792 Bamton Mill. 
(The late.) 

1888. 944 The warren. 

OAKBS, L. Rycroft Architect. 

Queen*s Chambers^ 

John Dalton Street^ 

Manchester, 

1898. 1657 Design for memorial cross, etc., 

for Town's Green, Chorley. 

OAKESHOTT, George J. 

Architect. 
26, Mount Park Crescent^ 

Ealing, 
1887. 1701 Sketch of lectern in Siena 
Cathedral. 
1709 Loggia del Consiglio, Padua. 

OAKLEY, Frank P Architect. 

HawortKs Buildings^ 

Cross Street^ Manchester, 
1 90 1. 1581 New Tower, St. Paul's Church, 
Heaton Moor, Manchester. 

OAKLEY, Miss IsabeL See Mrs. P.J. 
Naftel, voL v, page 337. 

OAKLEY, Miss L. 

Miniature Painter. 
80, Somerset Street^ 

Portman Square, 
1850. 684 Portrait of a young lady. 

OAKLEY, Octavius Painter. 

Derby, 

1826. 691 Portrait of a gentleman. 
692 do. lady. 

1827. 499 do. gentleman. 

34, Rathbone Place. 

1828. 572 Portrait of a lady. 

627 Portraits of the three sons of 
D. Ewes Coke, Esq. 



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1828. 695 Portraits of the two sons of 

Major Brooke. 
712 Portrait of a gentleman. 
890 do. lady. 

1829. S19 Portraits of Lord Melbourne 

and the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. 
George Lamb. 
634 Miss Territt. 
715 C. L. Newton, Esq. 
742 Rev. C. Hope, Junr. 
770 Portrait of a lady. 
932 Rev. C. S. Hope. 
At Mr. ColnaghPs, 

23, Cockspur Street, 

1 83 1. 59 « D. Ewes Coke, Esq. 
605 The Duke of Rutland. 

Derby. 

1832. 654 Sir Roger Greisley, Bart. 

3, Bentifuk Street^ 

Manchester Square, 
1842. 645 The Misses Reeves. 
698 Portrait of a lady. 
881 do. gentleman. 

1844. 630 Reresby Sitwell, Esq., ist Life 

Guards. 
838 Portrait of the son of Wm. 

Princep, Esq. 
1034 Lord Auckland 

1845. 1038 William Hatfield de Rodes, 

Esq. 

1846. 1074 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 

man. 
1098 Mrs. Locke. 

30, Somerset Street^ 

Porttnan Square. 



1852. 


960 Charles Rolt, Esq. 


1854. 


1002 Lady Crewe and her sister. 




Mrs. Lock. 


1856. 


1005 Portrait of a child. 


i860. 


889 Mrs. Octavius Oakley. 


OAKLEY, William Harold. 




Architect. 




30, Maiden Lane^ Strand, 


1881. 


1032 House near Battle. 


1883. 


1234 House at Robertsbridge. 


1884. 


1 3 16 House at Oxted. 


1885. 


1226 An old Cart. 



OAKLEY, Mrs. See Miss Bcatson, 
vol. i, page 152. 

OATES, Captain Mark Painter. 

Lieut, OateSy Long Acre, 
1789. ^^ Portrait of a young gentleman. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Captain Oates, 
181 1. 33 Portrait of a boy. 



OBBARD, Miss C Painter. 

3, Paragon^ Blackheath. 
1867. 83 Apple blossoms. 



OBEN, J. George Painter. 

86, Charlotte Street. 
1 8 1 o. 344 View of the Peak Canal, Derby- 
shire. 

348 After dinner in the Dargle, 
Co. Wicklow. 

361 "That yew-tree's shade." 

366 "The long-surviving oak." 

517 Farm-house, etc., in the Vale 
of Arklow, Co. Wicklow. 

521 Cromack water from Scale 
force, Cumberland. 

532 The Vale of St. John's, Kes- 
wick, Cumberland. 

853 Melrose Abbey, Roxburgh- 
shire. 

181 1. 297 View of Kirkstal Abbey, York- 

shire. 

365 View of Rydal Lake, West- 
moreland. 

393 View of Foster Aqueduct, 
Royal Canal, Dublin. 

415 View of Rhaiadr-y-Wennol, 
near Capel Cerig, Caernar- 
vonshire. 

714 View of the bridge of Mall wyd, 

Merionethshire. 

715 View of Melin-y-nant, Caernar- 

vonshire. 
726 View of Fenor Rock on the 
river Boyne. 

1812. 423 View of Gowbarrow Park, 

UUswater. 
704 View in the inside of Tintem 

Abbey — morning. 
717 View of a waterfall in the 

County of Kilkenny. 
721 View from Gowbarrow Park, 

UUswater. 

18 13. 796 View in the DeviPs Glen, Co. 

Wicklow. 
1 8 1 6. 391 View of Glendalagh, the Valley 
of the seven churches, Co. 
Wicklow, on St Keven's 
day. 



OBICI, G Sculptor. 

Pome, 
1846. 1396 Marble statue of Melancholy. 



O'BRIEN, Dermod Painter. 

3, Trafalgar Studios^ Chelsea, 
1895. 818 Leslie Stephen, Esq. 



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O'BRIEN, L. R Painter, i 

cjo 6, New Campion Street. \ 
1887. 1243 In the Canadian Rocky Moun- ' 
tains: footprints of an Ava- 
lanche. 

O'CONNOR, A. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

4, Bemers Street, 

1859. 1054 Glass window in Southwell 

Minster. 
1862. 913 Window in Binfield Church, \ 
Berkshire, in memory of : 
Sophia, wife of Charles Par- 
ker, Esq. 

1866. 796 Window, Ossett Church, York- 

shire. 

1867. 914 Window, St. Stephen's church, 

Bristol. 
187 1. 877 Window, St. Mary's, Rapham, 
Norfolk. 

O'CONNOR, James Arthur. 

Painter. 
32, Upper Marylebone Street, 

1822. 368 View in the Dargle, Co. Wick- 

low. 

1823. 103 Landscape and figures, a scene 

in the county of Dublin. 
324 The Lover's leap in the Dargle, 
Co. Wicklow. 

1824. a65 Watermill at Arundel, Sussex. 
348 Landscape. 

29, Frederick Street^ 

Hampstead Road. 

1825. 178 Landscape and figures. 

14, Mornington Crescent, 

1826. 369 Landscape. 

884 do. Evening. 

8, Soho Square, 

1828. 333 The trout stream. 

67, Clarendon Square, 

1829. 476 The sequestered glen. 

1830. 445 The glen of the rocks. 

1 83 1. 290 Scene in the Dargle, Co. Wick- 

low. 

39, Charing Cross, 

1832. 118 A Landscape. 

61, Seymour Street^ 

Euston Square, 

1834. 11 Landscape — evening. 
115 Landscape. 

1835. 230 do. sunset. 

67, Clarendon Street^ 

Somcrs Town, 

1836. 436 Landscape. 

13, Rathbone Place, 

1837. 316 An Irish glen. 

1838. 527 A landscape — moonlight. 



1839. 547 On the Lynn, North Devon — 

moonlight. 

1840. 294 Landscape. 



O'CONNOR, John, R.I,, R,H,A. 

Scene Painter. 
143, Great College Street, 

Camden Totvn. 
1857. 481 Flower market, Rouen. 
6, IVaverley Place, 

St, John's Wood, 
i860. 794 An outdoor study. 
1861. 725 Outdoor study, Hampstead. 

904 Rue de Bac, Rouen. 
1869. 286 Hungerford Market. 

Haymarket TTuatre. 

1871. 375 St. Cloud, March 3, 1871. 

1872. 1019 Old York Gate, Adelphi, ten 

years ago. 
1 198 Thanksgiving day, St. Paul's, 
February, 1872; in distem- 
per. 

47, Leicester Square, 

1873. 4» From Vauxhall to Westminster. 
243 A back slum in Venice. 

1874. 588 The Embankment 

1043 The last of the old horse. 

1875. 45* The shot tower. 

642 Trentham woods from the gar- 
den; sketch for oil panel, 
Eaton Hall. 

1876. 549 Westminster from Charing 

Cross — evening. 

1877. 368 High level bridge, Newcastle- 

on-Tyne — evening. 
431 Newcastle-on-Tyne — morning. 
28, Abercorn Place, 

St, John's Wood, 

1878. 431 Westminster from Lambeth — 

an autumn morning. 

1879. 210 Granada and the Alhambra, 

from San Nicola — evening. 

1880. 118 Sunrise, from Waterloo Bridge. 

"The river glideth at his 
own sweet will, etc." 

1 88 1. 662 Market place, Verona — morn- 

ing. 

1882. 1450 Palladio's Piazza, Vincenza. 

1883. 738 Amiens Cathedral, from the 

river. 

1884. 860 From Pentonville, looking west 

— evening. 

1885. 1262 Porta del Popolo, Rome. 

1886. 942 Market place, Mayence — early 

morning. 

1887. 427 Ludgate — evening. "Above 

the smoke and stir of this 
dim spot, etc." 

1888. 370 Cathedral, Seville — evening. 



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O'CONNOR, M. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

4, Bemers Sired, 

1846. 1293 East window, St Saviour's 

church, Leeds. 
1848. 11*5 Window, St Mary's church, 
Kidderminster. 

O'CONNOR, W. H Painter. 

4, Berners Street 

1 859. 495 ** She, to whom no care of mine 
was hid, turning to me, with 
aspect glad as fair, bespake 
me, etc." — Danti^s Para- 
dise. 

1 86 1. 458 Christ in the house of Lazarus. 
**And he went out of the 
city unto Bethany, etc." — 
MatLy xxi, 17. 

1864. 567 Olivia. "How will she love 

when the rich golden shaft, 
etc." 

1865. 506 A priestess of Vesta. 

ODDIE, Miss Maude G. 

Miniature Painter. 
Oxford House, Watford. 
1897. 1440 Portrait of a lady. 

Baroas^ Watford. 
1904. 1204 Ivy. 

ODDY, Henry Raphael Painter. 

8, Ward End, Haltfax. 
1888. 1441 The hills of Appin. 

51, SadU Momni^ Haitfax. 
1892. ipe Bideford Bar. 
1902. 947 The stiooe-breaker. ! 

190J. ^K^ A s2Marin& Duddoo Dale. I 
1904. 913 Tree VBaa^ 

O'DOHERTY, W. J Sculptor. 

41, Upper CkmrlMe Sireei. \ 
1S57. ■}» "HovGocadoEne with fcarfol ' 

x^MmMom PUue, I 
iSfe. »» EoL, I 

ic^ Oid C^armdisk SiruL 

thiz. VMS, Al^dter m.A,thle statsette^ 

^3aC3&e:a^Kaas «xklen{j 

jec ±enr Injei fiiil, and after a 

vxemsenilsgx^ — oosKd 

ixer jrott opoa her boscmr 

sni -jonibai. dgmn sdeody 

-sgestL die ciedi; . , , snr 

jgweatead^ in*aiing beopgci 

jcr «nd aaiC hesven.*" 

'i ^:?por S€l^rme FUee, 

zhi-r^ ztsui Twranmria OniUhnime;. 

i^-rf- Sfa. CilexiuBi. 
Slrt^ naKK Hxs. (^ 



OBIONOMO, A Painter. 

6, Arthif^s Terrace^ 
Higher BrougkiOHy 

Mamktster. 
1867. 176 Study from nature. 

OPPOR, Miss Beatrice Painter. 

Peak Hill Villa, Sydenham. 
1887. 1514 A study. 

41, Grafton Street. 
1890. 1650 Sappho. 
1892. 1516 St. Agnes. 

57, Elizabeth Street, S. W. 
1393. 1436 A study. 

4, Carleton Terrace, 

Sydenham Parh, 
1894. 1415 Cassandra. 

{Now Mrs. F. Littler.) 

152, Kinf^s Road, Chelsea. 

1899. 153s The snake charmer. 

1903. xSa Nora. 

1904. 3J> Ix)ng is the wavand hard, that 

out of Hell leads up to 
light. 
764 Sir Ralph Uttler, C.B., K.C. 

OFFORD, Miss Gertrude E. 

Painter. 
46, St. Giles, Norwich. 

1894. 975 Poppies. 

1895. 105$ Rhododendrons. 
1897. 1217 Peonies. 

1900. If S3 Rhododendrons. 

1901. 1017 do. 
1903. SS3 do. 

949 Horse<hestmit blofsoms. 

OPFORD, John J Painter. 

193, Euston Road, 
1886. tx3< Fallen foes. 

OFFORD, Miss Mary H Painter. 

193, Eustan Road, 
tt$6. ti4) The hedgerow, 
h^Oval RiMid, 

Ghmetter Gate, 
1900. '^t Sweet-wslfiaitti, 

OGBORNE^John Painter. 

1%, Toitemkam Orurt Ra^. 

OGDEN, H, H. %c^\pu^, 

X, ^Aojhc/^^re Ra<bd, 

CM7. 6*511^ J ^j^jitVr.. ,i^^ 



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OGDEN, Miss Jane Painter. 

1 6, Harrington Square, 

1880. 840 Primroses. 

1 88 1. 830 Flowers. 

849 Yellow Azaleas. 
870 Christmas roses. 
Greenbanky Monton^ 

EccleSf near Manchester. 

1882. 999 Christmas roses. 

OGDEN, Joseph Architect. 

6, St. Dunstan's Terrace, 

Canterbury. 

1900. 1779 Design for overmantel. 

Ashleigh, Whitstable Road, 

Canterbury. 

1 90 1 . 4 1 z A still life study . 

1902. 1426 Design for a commemoration 

tablet in bronze, for the Sid- 
ney Cooper School of Art, 
Canterbury. 
{James Ogden in catalogue at same address,) 

OG]^, P Sculptor. 

1880. 1574 Marguerite; statuette, marble. 

OGG, C. H Miniature Painter. 

Putney. 

1842. 791 Portrait of a lady. 

1843. 765 do. 

OGIBR, P Painter. 

45, FUet Street. 
1793. 107 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Cope.) 
662 Portrait of himself. 

85, New Bond Street. 
1796. 648 Portrait of a gentleman. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1800. 857 Portrait of a gentleman. 

OGILVIE, Frank S Painter. 

Melbourne Road, Bushey, 

1888. 511 The old, old story in Capri. 

Rosella House, North Shields. 

1889. 601 In the Castle Garth, New- 

castle. 
829 A corner in the farmyard. 
1494 " Really, now ! " 

6, Sunnyside Road, Homsey. 
1 89 1. 6 John Foster Spence, Esq. Pre- 
sentation Portrait. 
426 John Morrison, Esq. Pre- 
sentation Portrait. 
69, Hanley Road, 

Stroud Green. 
1894. 128 Mrs. X. 

12, Melina Place, N. W. 
1897. 539 A leader of women. 



OGILVIE, Frederick D Painter. 

Rosella House, North Shields. 

1877. 759 Winter. 

1878. 701 A Surrey pond. 

OGILVIE, J. D Painter. 

I , Belhceven Terrace, Edinburgh. 

1885. 1372 In the Hermitage Glen. 

OGLE, Rev. G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 80 1. 542 Sketch on the coast of Devon- 
shire. 

OGLE, John Connell Painter. 

12, Park Walk, Chelsea. 
1844. 1168 St. Peter's Church, Isle of 

Thanet. 
1^45- 654 A Thames sailing barge near 

Southend. 
1846. 128 Troops embarking. 
Sussex Terrace, 

Old Brompton. 
185 1. 626 View of the citadel of Corfu. 
Painted on the spot. 

6, Gunter Grove. 

1853. 69s Old chapel on the lake Cali- 

chiopuli Corfu. 

OHAGAN, Mrs. H Painter. 

193, Stanhope Street. 

1854. 1064 Portrait. 

O'KEEFE, Daniel. See Keefe, vol. iv, 
page 305. 

O'KELLY, Aloysius C Painter. 

233, Stanhope Street. 
1876. 115 Industry. 

1879. 938 Market morning — Brittany. 

Salruck, Co. Galway. 
1883. 374 The silver birch. 

765 Mass in a Connemara cabin. 
Saddingford House, 

near Voiding, Kent. 

1886. 17 A Vend^an of Finistere, Brit- 

tany. 
336 The mosque of Ezbeck, Cairo. 
342 The mosque of Sultan Hassan, 

Cairo. 
678 Doorway of a Mohammedan 

alms-house, Cairo. 

40, Shaftesbury Avenue. 

1888. 836 On the Thames near Cook- 

ham. 
1035 An Arab sheikh. 

1889. S4» A street in Cairo. 
807 Cairene gossips. 



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1889. 822 Mohammedan women in charge ' 

of a servant. 
1003 A game of draughts. 
1039 Pasha and syce. | 

1890. 61 On the Arabian desert. • 
994 Interesting companions. 

1891. 777 Doorway of a mosque, Cairo. 1 
S52 A Soudanese minstrel. 

1370 On the desert I 

OLD ACRE, R. Samuel ... Architect. ; 
14, Temple Street^ Birmingham, 
1900. 1709 A village church. 

OLDPIBLD, C. F Architect 

35, Fonhester Terrace. 
1838. 1082 Design for a mausoleum. 

1840. 931 Design for a gothic mansion. 
1020 Church in Grecian Doric style. 

1 84 1. 1073 Houses in Sussex Square, 

Hyde Park. 

OLDPIBLD, H. G Architect. 

Great Scotland Yard. 

1787. 570 Elevation of a nobleman's 

house in a principal square. 

1 788. 528 Design for a monumental arch. 

OLDFIELD, J Painter. 

19, Henry Street^ 

Waterloo Road. 
1826. 386 View near Canterbury. 

6, Belgrave Terrace. 
1854. 820 View in the Forest of Ardennes 
near Waterloo, Belgium. 

OLDFIELD, Mrs. Millicent. 

Miniature Painter. 
Brookvale^ Nooklands^ 

Preston. 
1904. 1235 A Pomeranian dog. 

OLDHAM, Miss Emma. 

Miniature Painter. 
North Wingfieid Rectory, 

Chesterfield. 
1890. 1464 Miss Lilian Bedford. 
1533 Portrait of a lady. 

1892. 1396 Nancy, eldest daughter of John 

Eardley Yerburgh, Esq. - 

OLDHAM, F. H Architect. 

2^, John Dalton Street , 

Manchester. 
1882. 1222 House at Windermere. 
1884. 1292 Nottingham Municipal build- 
ings. 
1 301 Warehouse, Manchester. 



OLDHAM, Richard C Painter. 

275, Fritm Roady Duhpich. 
1894. 765 Summertime. 

OLDMBADOW, F. A Painter. 

Bushey Heaih, Herts. 

1840. 152 Touchstone, the property of 

the Marquess of Westmins- 
ter. 

1 84 1. 476 Banter and the Maid of Hon- 

our, brood mares, the pro- 
perty of the Marquess of 
Westminster. 

1343. 394 ^ ^r ^i^^> called St Paul, 
standing in the old pleasure 
grounds. Moor Park, Rick- 
mansworth, Herts, the seat 
of the Marquis of Westmins- 
ter. Fainted for the Mar- 
chioness of Westminster (by 
S. a W. 0/dmeadow). 

1844. 1072 The Arabian and his horse. 

43, Cranboume Street. 

1847. 632 Portrait of Brunette, the cele- 
brated steeple-chase horse, 
the property of J. J. Preston, 
Esq., Bellinter, Kavan, Ire- 
land. 

Richmond. 

1851. 233 The returned. 

OLDMBADOW, J. C Painter. 

Bushey Heath, Herts. 

1 84 1. $35 View of Moor Park House, 

Rickmansworth, Herts, the 

seat of the Marquess of 

Westminster. 

OLDOFREDI, Count S. ... Sculptor. 
1880. 1518 Sans souci. 

1553 "As you like it." 

OLIPHANT. See Wilmshurst and 
Oliphant. 

OLIPHANT, P. W Painter. 

27, Burton Street. 
1849. 354 The Holy Family. 

1851. 37* A portrait. 

6, Harrington Square. 

1852. 499 Dying interview of John of 

Gaunt with Richard H. 
John of Gaunt, just before 
his death, sends for King 
Richard, admonishes him, 
and foretells his deposition. 
Vide Richard H^act ii, scene i. 

1853. 288 Coming home — the prodigal 

son. 
1855. 460 Maggie. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



OLIPHANT, Kingslcy Architect. 

33, Finsbury Circus, 
1890. 171 1 Premises, Market Square, 
Dover. 



OLIVE, Miss Fanny. 

Miniature Painter. 
23, Baker Street. 
1889. 1635 Portrait of a lady. 



OLIVER, Painter. 

23, Bread Street HilL 
1 79 1 . 115 Portrait of a gentleman. 



OLIVER, Archer James, A.R.A. 

Painter. 

66, Long Acre. 
79 Portrait of himself. 
386 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 
King,) 

80, St, Martinis Lane, 
84 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 

Broughton,) 
103 Portrait of a gentleman. 
159 do. an artist {Afr, 

Chinnery,) 
304 Portraits of himself and his 

mother. 
264 Portrait of a gentleman. 
338 A study. 

1796. 139 Beckfield Lodge, Tooting. 
28$ The desponding mother and 

frozen child, from Aiken's 

ballad. 
306 Portraits of a family. {Mr, 

Middleton's.) 
357 Portrait of a boy. 

1797. 130 do. lady. 
707 do. gentleman. 

1798. 222 Mr. Bird. 
572 Mr. Pain. 



1791. 
1792. 



'793- 



1794. 



1795. 



27, Air Street, 

1799. 576 Mr. Thompson. 
588 Mrs. Dawson. 

717 Portrait of an artist. 
768 do. do. 

1800. 157 Mr. R. Blake. 

227 Mr. and Mrs. Peacock and 
family. 

1801. 22 Portrait of a gentleman. 
24 do. do. 

103 do. do. 

356 do. do. 

426 do. lady. 

507 do. do. 

673 do. gentleman. 

692 Captain J. Newman of the 
Navy. 



1 1, New Bond Street, 

1802. 17S Portrait of a gentleman. 
32s do. young lady. 
432 do. gentleman. 
483 Mr. W. Payne. 

743 Mr. W. Chinnery, senr. 

1803. 250 Portrait of Howard, Esq., 

of Arundel, representing 
William de Albini, an Eng- 
lish Baron of the beginning 
of the 13th century; to be 
executed in stained glass, for 
a window in Arundel Castle. 
251 A portrait of His Grace the 
Duke of Norfolk, represent- 
ing Robert Fitzwalter, an 
English Baron of the be- 
ginning of the 1 3th century, 
to be executed in stained 
glass for a window at Arun- 
del Castle. 

1804. 4 Portrait of a gentleman. 
43 The Earl of Suffolk. 

78 H. Howard, Esq., of Corby. 

152 Col. Scudamore. 

257 Portrait of a nobleman, repre- 
senting an Earl of Norfolk at 
the beginning of the 13th 
century, an ancestor of the 
present Duke of Norfolk; to 
be executed in stained glass 
for a window in Arundel 
Castle. 

1805. 2 The Archdeacon of London. 
218 W. Havard, Esq. 

237 Mrs. Lewin. 

246 A girl with a tamborine. 

1806. 2 Mrs. J. N. Newman. 
4 Sir J. Lubbock, Bart. 

32 J. Richards, Esq. 

52 R. P. Scudamore, Esq. 
185 J. Harding, Esq. 
225 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1807. 19 do. lady. 

21 Leonora in the opera of the 

Padlock. 
71 Portrait of a gentleman. 
91 C. Morris, Esq. 
107 The Countess of Breadalbane. 
312 Sir W. Pepperell, Bart. 
(Elected AR.A.) 

1808. 20 Maternal affection. "Who sat 

and watched my infant head, 

etc." 
149 Mrs. Hillersdon. 
S7S Mr. R. Lewin, Junr. 

1809. 155 Paulo and Francesca. Vide 

the Inferno of Dante. 
194 Portrait of a gentleman. 
209 Mrs. R. Allnutt. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1813. 



1809. 2n The Rev. V. Knox, D.D. 

241 Miss Hardinge. 

257 Mr. W. Wood. 

377 H. Woodgate, Esq. 
516 Mrs. Woodgate. 

96, Jermyn Street 

1810. 25 H. Woodgate, Esq. 
37 Rev. J. Webster. 

179 W. Linley, Esq. 
195 Fortune telling. 

242 Portrait of the children of H. 

Woodgate, Esq. 
245 Mrs. Webster. 
296 Mr. G. Spence. 
479 Mr. Sidney. 

181 1. 34 Portrait of a lady. 
52 Mrs. C. Wyatt. 

92 Mr. J. S. Agar. 
228 Mr. Sale. 
45 » J. Charlton, Esq. 
468 Sir B. W. Guise, Bart., M.P. 
540 Portrait of a gentleman. 

181 2. 284 Sir H. Davy. 

287 Portrait of a gentleman. 

309 Rev. Dr. Maltby. 

337 Mr. C. Taylor. 

388 Portrait of an Officer of the 

Order of the Bath. 
41 Lady Leeds. 

258 Capt. Sanderson, R.N. 
261 A portrait 
265 Portrait of Sir Paul Baghott, 

Proxy for Lord Strangford, 
K.B., at the installation of 
Knights of the Bath, June i, 
18 1 2, in King Henry the 
Seventh's Chapel, Westmin- 
ster Abbey. 

361 T. Adkins, Esq. 

413 Sir G. Leeds, Bart. 

40 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

89 R. P. Scudamore, Esq. 

287 General Sir W. Congreve, Bart. 

295 Portrait of an artist. 

307 Portraits of a young lady and 
her brother. 

511 The idle girl. 

574 Sir C. Nightingale, Bart. 

121 Portrait of a gentleman. 

199 SirW. Congreve, Bart., Equerry 
to H.R.H. the Prince Re- 
gent. 

227 Portrait of a gentleman. 

263 do. young lady. 

317 Mrs. W. Wood. 

337 Portrait of a gentleman. 
18 1 6. 84 The late Duke of Norfolk. 

216 The late S. Whitbread, Esq. 

260 Mr. J. G. Wood. 

270 F. Jullion, Esq. 

VI. 



1814. 



1815. 



1816. 



1817. 



1818. 



292 Portrait of a young lady. 
299 do. do. 

340 Lady Nightingale. 
382 Mr. P. Coxe. 
539 Mr. Wathen. 
39 Portrait of a gentleman. 



217 do. an artist. 

269 do. a lady of quality. 

310 do. a gentleman. 

201 do. a lady. 

242 do. a gentleman. 

251 Portraits of a family of child- 
ren. 

269 The late Rev. J. Williams, 
forty years Head Master 
of Ystrad-meiric Grammar 
School, Cardiganshire; 
painted for his pupils. 

333 Portrait of a gentleman. 

358 do. lady. 

414 Portrait of a lady en masquer- 
ade. 
1 8 19. 1 Portraits of a young lady and 
her brothers. 

258 J. Heath, Esq. 

325 W. Davenport, Esq. 

346 Master Pugin. 

388 Portraits of a lady and child. 

458 Mr. and Mrs. Smith. 





46 3 
464 


nearn, lisq. 

S. E. Sketchley, Esq. 


1820. 


297 


Portrait of 


a gentleman. 






50, Upper Berkley Street 


I82I. 


*35 


Portrait of 


a lady. 




363 


do. 


gentleman. 




414 


do. 


do. 




428 


do. 


do. 




444 


do. 


do. 


1822. 


256 


do. 


an artist. 




37« 


do. 


a gentleman. 




379 


do. 


do. 


1824. 


376 


do. 


do. 




410 


do. 


do. 






4, London Road^ 








near the Obelisk. 


1825. 


276 Fortune telling; a sketch. 


1826. 


41 


Portrait of 


a gentleman. 




43 


do. 


lady. 




187 


do. 


gentleman. 




189 


do. 


do. 




190 


do. 


lady. 




3>9 


do. 


do. 




3*5 


do. 


gentleman. 






II, Darlington Place^ 








Southwark Bridge, 


1827. 


94 


Portrait of 


a lady. 




235 


do. 


do. 




288 


do. 


gentleman. 




301 


do. 


do. look- 






ing over a manuscript. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Oliver, 
1827. 



1828. 



Archer James, ^.-^.^. — continued. 
307 Portraits of a lady and a 

favourite spaniel. 
l%% do. do. do. 

435 Portrait of a gentleman. 
445 do. young girl. 

244 A study of filberts. 
280 Portrait of an officer in the 

Hon. East India Company's 

service. 
382 Portrait of a gentleman. 



1830. 



1831. 
1832. 



1833. 
1834. 

1835. 



1836. 
1837. 



469 



230 
267 

278 



lady and her 



and 



do. 
niece. 

1829. 155 Portraits of a lady and her 
youngest son. 
Portrait of a barrister. 

do. gentleman. 
A Girl of Christ's Hospital 
School; a portrait 
420 Portrait of a lady. 
522 Dead game. 

574 Aldermaster church, Berkshire. 
S94 Dead game. 
41 A portrait. 
245 Fruit. 
270 Portraits of children of George 

Capron, Esq. 
298 Portrait of a gentleman. 
412 Peter Coxe, Esq. 
201 Oranges. 
45 Portraits of a little girl 

spaniel. 
297 Portrait of a young lady. 
327 do. do. 

364 Oranges. 

365 Walnuts. 
422 Portrait of a young 

"Come away to the 
querade, etc." 
431 A girl of Christ's Hospital 
school, late head monitress. 
440 Portrait of a lady. 

77, Great Surrey Street, 
619 Miss Shirreff. 

126, Blackfriars Road, 

255 Foreign grapes. 
370 Fruit. 
238 do. 
240 Mouse and filberts. 

256 Foreign grapes. 
258 Grapes. 

334 Portraits of Sisters. 
373 Puss. 
360 Jupiter and Leda; 

of Leda taken 



lady. 
Mas- 



the figure 
from the 



antique. 
362 Abraham and Isaac. "God 
will provide himself with a 
lamb for a burnt offering, 
etc." — Genesis^ xxii, 7, 8. 



1838. 


450 The mother of the infant 




Moses departing from her 




child. 


1839. 


249 Portrait of a gentleman. 


1840. 


59 Fruit. 




69 do. 




314 do. 


I84I. 


101 A portrait. 




362 do. 




451 Head of a boy. 




551 Christ and the woman of 




Samaria. The female figure 




is taken from a picture in 




the possession of the Royal 




Academy. 




1206 Head of a girl. 


LIVE 


JR, F Architect. 



1853. 1190 The beautiful shrine in St. 

MichaePs church, Florence, 
constructed by Orcagna, 
A.D. 1348-57 showing the 
rich inlaid marbles, etc. 
Lamboume Cottage^ Bow Road, 

1854. 1 194 View of the Campanile at 

Florence. 

1855. 1258 The Basilica of St. Peter at 

Rome. 

1856. 1091 Tesselated pavement in St. 

Mark's Cathedral, Venice. 

OLIVER, George D Architect. 

Cariisie. 

1885. 1853 Residence^ Chatsworth Square, 

Carlisle. 

1886. 1 67 1 Carlisle Grammar school. 

1887. 1647 Carlisle Markets. 

OLIVER, Harry Architect. 

83, Hatton Garden, 
1837. 1 100 Design for a country mansion. 
1845. 1263 do. public building. 

33, Great James Street^ 

Bedford Square, 
1849. 1058 Binkin church, Yorkshire. 

1062 Maurigg's Hotel, i. Regent 
Street. 
{See also Wigg, Son, and Oliver.) 

OLIVER, R Painter. 

34, South Street^ 

Manchester Square, 

1 8 1 7 . 53 View near Harrow. 

I, High Street^ Marylebone, 

1 8 18. 305 View near Erith. 

1820. 254 View in Oxenham on the estate 
of the Marquis of Lothian, 
near Jedburgh. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



II 



34, South Street. 

1 82 1. 60 Landscape: Harrow on the 

Hill in the distance. 

1822. 179 Landscape. 

1823. 247 View on the borders of Jed 

forest, near Jedburgh, Scot- 
land. 
1825. 4^^ '^'lew near Stanmore. 

OLIVER, Robert Dudley ... Painter. 

38, Grave End Road, N. W. 

1883. 1363 Zara. 

1372 Miss Flora Oliver. 

1884. 1363 Vice- Admiral Oliver. 

1885. 1662 Mrs. Andrew Caldecott. 

1886. 561 The "Chatelaine." 

1887. 4«> Janet 

1889. 16 The Rev. H. E. Ford, some- 

time Prior of St. Gregory's 
Monastery, Downside. 
209 Rosalind, daughter of Major 
Speid. 

1890. 732 The late Admiral Oliver. 

1072 " And thou Beside me singing 
in the Wilderness, Oh, wild- 
erness were Paradise enow." 

1891. 328 Mrs. H. Rudston-Read. 
1627 Miss Cox. 

1645 Portrait of a lady. 

1892. 1662 House and studio, Holland 

Park. 

7, Soho Square, 
1899. 1875 Model of a gate house near 
Ham House. 

OLIVER, Samuel Euclid. 

Wax Modeller. 
St, Martinis Lane, 
1769. ^(i A portrait of a nobleman; a 
model in wax. 

OLIVER, William Painter. 

53, Newman Street, 

1835. 489 View on the Soane, France. 
592 At Perigeux, France. 

10, Upper Fitzroy Street. 

1836. 559 At King's Wear, Devonshire. 
841 Village of La Roquebrou, on 

the River Dordogne, France. 

1837. 75 Sketch from nature near Tot- 

ness, Devon. 
348 Old Mill at Sydford, Devon. 

41, How land Street, 

1838. 116 View of the convent and town 

of Pfaffers in the Canton of 
St. Gall. 

1839. 537 View near Ragatz, Canton of 

St. Gallen, Switzerland. 



1840. 15 Town and Chdteau of Pau, 

Pyrenees, France, Birthplace 
of Henry IV of France. 
26, Charles Street, 

Bemers Street, 

1 84 1. 402 St. Sauv^ur les Bany, Valley 

of Barreges, Pyrenees. 
424 Chdteau de Lourdes, Pyrenees, 

France. 
1 168 Vallde d'Assau and Vieux-Cas- 
tels, Pyrenees. 

1842. 341 View in the Vall<?e du Lys, 

near Bagneres de Luchen, 
Pyrenees. 

1843. 147 Scene on the Gave de Pau, 

Pyrenees. 
X080 Distant view of Pie du Midi, 

Pyrenees. 
1 2 1 8 Ruins of the Castel Tonquedie, 

Brittany. 

1844. 435 Thirgill brook, Yorkshire. 

" With woods overhung, etc." 
Thomson, 
681 Buckland on the Moor, Devon. 
935 Old houses in Fleet Street. 
(The last three are put to Mrs, Oliver 
in the index, but to W, Oliver in the cata- 
logue,) 

22, Conduit Street, 

Westboume Terrace, 

1846. 394 Inundation scene in the pro- 

vince of Rousillon, south of 
France. 
1220 Entrance to the prison fortress 
of Mont St Michel, Nor- 
mandy, escort of Detenus 
Politiques. 

14, Ovington Terrace, 

1847. 485 Village of Argelez, Valley of 

the Laavedan, Pyrenees. 
737 Ruined fort at Bovignes, on 
the Meuse. 

1849. 79 Sunset — Valley of Luchon, 

Pyrenees. 
339 On the Tiber, Porta Portesia, 
at Rome. 

1850. 6 11 Old water mill on the Tiber, 

near Perugia, Italy. 
646 View on the River Inn near 

Swartz, Tyrol. 
1245 Windsor Park. 

1851. 519 Auberge at Louvec, Valley of 

Ossau, Pyrenees. 
607 On the road from Foligno 
Spello, Papal States of Italy. 
1853. 1280 Bridge over the torrent of the 
Passeyer Bach at Merar, 
Tyrol. 
1284 View on the river Moselle near 
Pommera. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



OLIVER, Mrs. William (formerly 
Miss Emma S. Eburne, atterwards 

Mrs. John Sedgwick) Painter. 

Emma S, Oliver^ 

26, Charles Street^ 

Bemers Street, 

1842. 609 At Kenilworth. 

1843. '°'^ On the Dart, Devonshire. 
1092 At Penshurst, Kent. 

1844. 811 Windsor from Eton. 

39, Manchester Street, 

1845. ^*° Near Kenilworth, Warwick- 

shire. 

22, Conduit Street, 

1846. 1 1 39 At Leatherhead. 

14, Ovington Gardens, 

1848. 689 On the Greta, Yorkshire. 

1849. ^41 On the Dart, Devonshire. 
789 In the New Forest 

22, Ovington Square, 

1850. 803 Part of a farmyard near Lam- 

bedr. North Wales. 

185 1. 59 The Brathay, Westmorland. 

81 Lake of Windermere, West- 
morland. 
154 Near Dinan, Belgium. 

1853. 179 Morecambe Bay from Hest 

Bank. 
120 An old watermill. 

1854. 98 Lancaster Sands. 

467 On the Meuse near Dinant. 

486 On the Rhine near Oberwesel. 

1855. 47 Pomerne on the Moselle. 

487 Niederl-ahnstein on the Rhine. 

Watford, Herts, 

1857. 165 On the Tamar, Devonshire. 
898 Berncastle on the Moselle. 

3, Martindale Terrace, 

Watford, 

1858. 106 A rocky stream, North Wales. 
164 Pomeme on the Moselle. 

1859. 542 In Westmoreland. 

1 86 1. 151 Poilvache on the Meuse — Sun- 

rise. 

1862. 103 The Brathay, Westmoreland. 

1863. 222 The Surrey hills. 

1864. 244 Wood walks, Red Heath, Herts. 

1867. 201 Near Aberfeldy, Scotland. 

1868. 463 On the Brathay, Westmore- 

land. 



OLIVER, William Painter. 

16, St, Augustin^s Road, 

1867. 193 " A thing of beauty is a joy for 

ever." 
334 "Forget me not." 

1868. 98 The fisherman's daughter. 

169 " The anchor 's weighed ; Fare- 
well; remember me." 



1870. 



1871. 



987 " Friendship is constant in all 
other things, etc." 
29, Boulevard de Batignolles, 
Paris, 
207 Dolly Varden. 
397 Faust and Marguerite. 
5, Marlborough Place, 

St, John's Wood, 
1872. 468 "Having finished her march 
she put out her foot for her 
slipper. The Colonel knelt 
down: *If you will be the 
Pope, I will turn Papist,' 
says he, and Her Holiness 
gave him gracious leave to 
kiss the little stockinged foot 
before he put the slipper 
on. " — Thackeray, 
" The secret discovered." 
10, Greville Place, 

St, John's Wood, 
" Tis best to be off with the 

old love, etc." 
Homeless. 
"Say yes!" 

I a, Harrington Gardens, 
A love test. 
184 Mrs. Temple. 

28, Gordon Square, 
592 Mrs. Oliver Williams. 



981 



1876. 446 



1877. 
1879. 

1881. 
1882. 



300 
1428 

876 



1897. 



OLIVER and DODSHUN. 

Architects. 
14, Park Square, Leeds, 
1902. 1548 West Riding Union Bank, 
Leeds. 

OLIVER and LEESON... Architects. 

Mosley Street, 

Newccutle-on- Tyne, 
1892. 1660 St. Barnabas Church, Dulwich. 



OLIVIER. H^rhftrt A. Painter. 




4, Porchester Place. 


1883. 


76 Wellbourne Hall, Yorkshire. 


1884. 


99 An old English country inn. 


1885. 


770 Holy Benares. 




2, Queen's Road Studios, N. W. 


1887. 


226 Port Isaac. 




551 A bad drying day. 




1 1 16 An al fresco barber's shop. 




Rome. 


1888. 


84 Mrs. Olivier. 




549 " After life's storms, a peaceful 




haven." 




1 318 A Dartmoor burn. 


1889. 


645 Miss Conybeare. 




1123 Wallerbrook Bridge, Dartmoor. 




1272 Castel Fusano, Italy. 


1890. 


408 Captain Grant, R.N. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



13 



1890. 
1891. 



1893. 



1069 Mrs. St. John Mildmay. 
185 The Lady Frances Baillie. 
715 F. Locker Lampson, Esq. 
1098 The Earl of Selborne. 
1355 "Then fearless turn where 
heaven hath set thy part, 
Nor shudder at the Eye that 
saw thee stray." 

Christian Year, 
1892. 161 Portraits of the Earl of Sel- 
borne and Bishop Harold 
Browne Blackmoor, Oct. 
1890. 
194 Captain Malcolm Drummond. 
300 W. Burnley, Esq. 
96 Theodore Williams, Esq., M.D. 
188 Mrs. Boulton. 
806 The Rev. Canon Dacres Olivier. 
865 Colonel the Hon. George 

Napier. 
916 S. B. Boulton, Esq. 

28, Finchley Road, 
388 Evelyn Louise Ohvier. 
503 William, Dudley, Arthur, and 

Herbert Musgrave. 
82a Sir George Grove. 
253 "Not Juno's heartless fowls!" 
123 September; upper waters of 

the Medway. 
505 The passion flower. 

669 The Rev. H. A. Olivier. 
I012 Hampshire yew-trees. 

213 Mrs. Carstairs. 

313 Early morning — Asolo. 

977 The Rev. Newman Hall, D.D. 

Presentation portrait, 
1019 When the sap is in the willow 

shoots. 
253 Venus and Adonis. 
305 In fields Elysian. "Then 

blinded Death could steal, 

etc." 
396 An Asolan stream. 
304 Mrs. Arthur Hope and her 

daughter Roma. 
350 The Bishop of Gibraltar. 
362 James McAlister Hall, Esq., 

of Killean. 
424 "Where is Maud? In our 

wood, etc." 
579 Mr. Bell. 

670 In an Asolan garden. 

1033 Mr. Alfred Gibson. Presenta- 
tion portrait, 

1 90 1. 485 Mrs. Edwin Bale. 

1902. 65 The King's flowers; the rose 

and the lily. 
168 "Sumer is icumen in; etc." 
478 Mrs. Jeyes. 

1903. 407 Mrs. Barclay Peat. 



1894. 



1895. 
1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



1903. 434 — Sainsbury, Esq. 

23, Mar/borough Road^ N, W, 

1904. 293 "Where e*er you gaze the 

blushing flowers shall rise, 
^\£,''—-Senule, 

OLIVIER, M Painter. 

(Painter to the King of France, belonging 
to his Royal Academy of Painting; first 
painter to H.R.H. the Prince of Conti.) 
At Mr. Demasso^s^ 

James St.y Covent Garden, 
1772. 172 The massacre of the innocents 
in Bethlehem. 

173 The death of Cleopatra. 

174 An English family in conversa- 

tion. 

175 A Scotch family in conversa- 

tion. 

176 A Spanish family in conversa- 

tion. 

177 A French family in conversa- 

tion. 



OLIVIERI, E. A Sculptor. 

44, Wardour Street. 
1379 Marble figure of David. 
1467 Bust of George Christie, Esq. 
1389 do. W. Wright, Esq. 
147* do. E. C. Hampton, Esq. 
148a do. P. M. Feeny, Esq. 
1485 do. Mrs. Capron. 
1470 Signor Tamberlik. 
1536 Mrs. Dowling. 

Latni^s Conduit Street, 
1015 Miss Crampton; marble. 

25, Gloucester Street, W.C. 
lou T. R. Crampton, Esq. 



1852. 

1853. 
1854. 



1855. 



1864. 
1866. 



OLRIK, H Painter. 

Copenhagen, 
1873. 413 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 



OLSSON, Julius Painter. 

Parley, Surrey, 
360 Sea breezes. 
169 Repose. 
529 Receding tide. 
85 Weed burning. 
473 After heat of day. 
509 The golden isle. 

St, IveSy Cornwall. 
35 The golden shore. 
73 The morning breeze. 
1052 Night fall. 
317 Moonrise at twilight. 
607 Sea frolic. 
610 Falling showers. 

1899. 206 The coasts of the Sirens. 

1900. 381 The derelict. 



1890. 
1892. 
1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 

1897. 



1898. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Olsson, Julius — continued, 

1 90 1. 123 Moonrise on the bar. 
159 In St. Ives Bay. 

1902. 411 Storm. 

1903. 424 The white squall. 

1904. 529 The tempest. 

O'MAHONEY, Miss Florence. 

Painter. 

22, Mortimer Street, 
18S5. 528 Benedictine monks at vespers, 
Perugia. 

O'NEIL, C Sculptor. 

68, Newman Street, 
1826. 1040 Female bust in marble; a study. 

O'NBIL, MissC. S Painter. 

Westbourne Park Villas, 
1859. 29 Cut blossoms. 

2, Palace Gardens Villas, 
i860. 90 Study of flowers. 
1 86 1. 391 Flowers. 

8, Denbigh Road^ 

Westbourne Grove, 
1864. 189 Studies of flowers. 



. Painter. 



O'NEIL, F 

1 839. 63o*Landscape. 



O'NEIL, Henry Nelson, A,R.A, 

Painter. 
68, Newman Street, 

1838. 199 A student. 

1839. 55 Portrait of a gentleman. 
290 do. the artist. 
362 A standard bearer. 

569 "Cold as marble where his 
length was laid . . . was 
2^ara stretched, etc." — By- 
ron, 

1840. 376 Margaret before the image of 

the Virgin. " These flowers 
I plucked this 'morrow, etc." 
—Goethe, 

414 Barbara. "My mother had a 
maid called Barbara, etc." — 
Othello, 

505 The meeting of Petrarch and 
Laura. " It was the ancient 
custom for the inhabitants 
of Cabrieres to go on Good 
Friday to the chapel of St. 
Varan. . . . Laura, with this 
intention, set out a little be- 
fore daybreak on the morn- 
ing of Good Friday, April 
1 8th, 1327, and finding her- 
self fatigued, reposed herself 
awhile under the shade of 



1843. 



the trees that grew by the 
river. It was there that Pe- 
trarch, going to the island 
for the same devotional pur- 
pose first met her, etc." — 
Valatello, 

1 84 1. 20 The first thought on love. 

159 Theckla at the grave of Max 

Piccolomini. — Kiiiiif Schiller's 

Wallenstein. 

1166 Charity — entrance to the grand 

altar of St. Mark at Venice. 

1842. 258 Paul and Francesca of Rimini. 

" We read one day for pas- 
time seated high, etc." 
1057 Peasants returning from the 
vineyard. "Ave Maria, 'tis 
the hour of prayer, etc." 

38a, Edward Street, 
361 Jephthah's daughter; the last 
day of mourning. "And 
when the two months had 
expired she returned to her 
father, and he did to her ac- 
cording as he had vowed." — 
Judges xi. 

1844. 4io Boaz and Ruth, etc. — Ruthy ii, 

II and 12. 
123, Via Felicia^ Rome^ 

and 33, Golden Square, 

1845. 809 Martha and Mary informing 

Christ of the death of 
Lazarus, etc. — St, John^ xi, 

33-35- 

33, Golden Square, 

1846. 713 By the rivers of Babylon, there 

we sat down, yea, we wept, 
etc." — Psalm cxxxvii. 

1847. 750 Cain. 

6, Garway Roady 

Westbourne Grove, 

1848. 542 Catherine of Arragon appealing 

to Henry VIIL "Sir, I be- 
seech you, for all the love 
that hath been between us, 
etc." 

1849. 331 Consulting the astrologer. 

488 Mozart's last moments. "At 
two o'clock on the same 
day, which was that of his 
death, he had been visited 
by some performers of 
Schickanedei^s theatre, his 
intimate friends. The ruling 
passion was now strongly 
exemplified. He desired the 
score of the Requiem to be 
brought, and it was sung by 
his visitors, roimd his bed, 
etc." — Holmes, 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



15 



1850. 480 The Duke of Newcastle, K.G. 
1255 Esther. "And glittering in 

royal robes . . . she took 
two maids with her; and 
upon one of them she leaned, 
etc" 

1851. 514 "That night the King (Aha- 

suerus) could not sleep. . . . 
Now Haman was in the 
court, coming to speak to 
the King to hang Mordecai, 
tic:'— Esther, v. 

1852. 530 Scene from Hamlet — King, 

Queen, Ophelia, and Laer- 
tes. "There is a daisy, 
etc." 

1853. 559 Katherine's dream. "At which 

she makes in her sleep signs 
of rejoicing, etc." — Henry 
Vllly act iv, scene 2. 

1854. 177 Pleasant dreams. 

439 Scene from Faust. Margaret 
gathers a star flower and 
plucks off the leaves one after 
another y etc, 
1082 Portrait of a young lady. 

1855. 393 The return of the Wanderer. 

"I say unto you that like- 
wise joy shall be in heaven 
over one sinner that repent- 
eth, etc." 

1856. 488 Rosalind and Celia, etc. — As 

You Like Ity act iii, scene 2. 

1857. 344 A picnic. 

1858. 384 Eastward Ho! August, 1857. 
424 John Phillip, Esq., A.R.A. 

1859. 400 Home again, 1858. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

2, Palace Gardens Villas^ 

Kensington. 
i860. 123 A Volunteer. 

1 86 1. 335 The parting cheer. 

1862. 32 The letter writer. 

337 Mary Stuart's farewell to France. 
"Adieu, plaisant pays de 
France! etc." 
7, Victoria Road, Kensington. 

1863. 294 Benjamin Bond Cabbell, Esq., 

F.R.S., F.S.A., Provincial 
Grand Master of Norfolk. 
Painted for the Freemason!^ 
Hall, Norwich. 
398 The power of music. "Stra- 
della, the composer, having 
secretly married a young lady 
of high rank, fled from 
Venice to escape the ven- 
geance of her relations. Two 
assassins, hired to kill him, 
followed the couple into a 



church in the north of Italy, 
waiting till night to execute 
their purpose ; but they were 
so struck by the beauty of 
his singing, that they retired 
without molesting him." 

1863. 615 Robert Keeley, Esq. Painted 

for the Garrick Club. 

1864. 29 Awake! 

337 The landing of H.R.H. the 
Princess Alexandra at 
Gravesend, March 7, 1863; 
the centre group consists of 
the Royal Family of 'Den- 
mark. 

372 Asleep. 

1865. 30 The lesson. 

202 Isabel, daughter of John Flem- 
ing, Esq. 

327 The lay of King Canute. 
"Merrily sang the monks 
of Ely As the King rowed 
by, etc." 

1866. 165 The last moments of RaiTaele. 

Raffaele was bom on Good 
Friday, 1483, and died on 
Good Friday, 1520. His 
last work was the picture of 
the Transfiguration. 
553 Arthur Lewis, Esq. 

1867. 271 An incident in Luther's mon- 

astic life at Erfurt. "One 
day, overcome with sadness, 
Luther shut himself in his 
cell, and for several days 
allowed no one to enter. His 
friend, Lucas Edemberger, 
uneasy about him, took 
some young choristers and 
knocked at the door of his 
cell. As no one answered, 
Edemberger, still more 
alarmed, broke open the 
door, and found Luther 
stretched on the floor. After 
vainly trying to rouse him, 
the choristers began to sing 
a hymn. Their clear voices 
acted like a charm on the 
poor monk, to whom music 
had always been a source of 
delight, and by slow degrees 
his consciousness returned." 
679 Titian's evening study. From 
a letter of the period, 

1868. 247 Before Waterloo. "Ah, then 

there was hurrying to and 
fro, eic^'—Childe Harold. 

448 W. M. Praed, Esq. 

569 Mrs. A. G. Sandeman. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Opie, Edward — continued. 

1865. 348 "John Opie, when a boy, is 

visited by Dr. Wolcot, who 
views his pictures, and gives 
him good advice." — Prince 
Hoare. 

1866. 466 Trying on the new cloak. 

607 Errand boys playingat thegame 
of five stones. 

1867. 682 Cheap John and Cornish girls; 

scene in the west of England. 

1868. 27 The old man and his donkey; 

the way over the sands. 
532 The musical genius. 

1869. 716 In politics; a clenching argu- 

ment. 

1870. 15 The village violinist. 

429 The spring time. " With daisies 
pied." 

St, AgneSf ComwcUL 

1871. 325 On the sea shore; a timid 

venture. 
44X The apple cart. 
St, AgneSy and 

5, Braidwood Terrace^ 

Plymouth, 

1872. 445 A travelling tinker. 

1065 Miss Mary Eastlake, daughter 
of W. Eastlake, Esq. 

1873 535. Emissaries of the Long Parlia- 
ment searching a Royalist's 
house. 

1874. 581 A gipsy family. 

1876. 1344 The broken bellows. 

1877. 582 Company at a tavern — Cava- 

liers and Roundheads. 

1878. 1297 Free from the trammels of 

society. 
1409 "She went to market. Her 
eggs for to sell." 

1880. 1458 Drawing beer for the game- 

keeper. 

1881. 525 A dinner in prospect. "A 

chicken too might do me 
good."— G^oy'j Fables, 

1883. 454 A girl playing on a concertina. 
839 The mushroom seller. 

1884. 780 Show-people en route. 

1885. 409 Old Mother Hubbard. 
1058 Content. 

1886. 467 A tale to amuse the grand aunt. 
572 Nell Gwynne in the days of 

her youth. 

OPIE, John, R,A Painter. 

Orange Courts Leicester Field, 
1782. 147 An old man's head. 

199 Country boy and girl. (Well, — 

Walpole.) 
224 Boy and dog. 



1782. 371 An old woman. 
384 A beggar. 

Great Queen Street, 

LincoMs Inn Fields, 

1 783. 6 Age and Infancy. 

61 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Jackson of Exeter) (The 
composer, — Walpole.) 
85 Portrait. 
191 do. of a lady. 
205 Boy and girl. 

1784. 109 Portrait 
III do. 

136 do. of a gentleman. (Mr, 

PhiUps,) 
162 A school. 
172 Portrait of a child. 
174 do. lady. 

216 Portraits of two children. (Mr, 

Scales,) 
381 An old woman. 

1785. 21 Portrait of a gentleman; whole 

length. (Sir John St. 

Aubyn,) 
103 Portrait of a lady. 
202 A woman's story at a winter's 

fire. 
236 Card-players. 
389 Portrait of a gentleman. 
391 Sweet Poll of Plymouth. 

1786. 8 Portrait of a gentleman and a 

miner, with a specimen of 
copper ore. (Ralph Allen 
JDaniell and Captain Mar- 
com,) 

25 Portrait of a lady. 

79 do. general officer. 

96 James the First of Scotland 
assassinated by Graham, at 
the instigation of his uncle 
the Duke of Athol. (Vide 
Buchanan's History of Scot- 
land.) 

136 A sleeping nymph, and Cupid 
stealing a Kiss. 

380 Portrait of a gentleman. 

406 do. lady. 

(Elected A.R.A. and R.A.) 

1787. 5 Portrait of a gentleman. (Mr. 

Shield, composer,) 

26 The assassination of David 

Riccio. 
75 Portrait of a lady. 
147 do. gentleman. (Mr. 

Galiagan of Soho,) 
218 Portrait of a nobleman. (Lord 

Sandwich,) 

1788. 121 Portrait of a child and dog. 
161 do. gentleman. (Alder- 
man Newnham,) 



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17 



1854. 116 A Jury. 

462 The latest intelligence. 

The Molly Kensington. 

1855. 309 A hearty welcome. "His worth 

is warrant for his welcome 
hither." 

1856. 334 A slight touch of heart com- 

plaint. 
542 Market day. 

1857. 254 The message. 

$41 The last day of the sale. 
1859. 491 A statute fair. 
i860. 509 Manning the Navy. 

1861. 267 Fresh from the warren. 

1862. 170 Twins. 

212 Children at the tower. 
293 Thequakerandthetaxgatherer. 
The Molly Kensington^ ond 
Willesley neor Staplehurst. 

1863. 121 Aunt Deborah's pocket. 
357 Public opinion. 

1864. 272 A feast at the squire's. 
328 A chip o* the old block. 

1865. 151 A tale of bush life. 

199 The anxious mother. "She 
had so many children, etc" 
611 The codicil. 
842 Portrait etching. 

1866. 146 Gran's treasures. 
187 Mud pies. 

409 Tidings of the war. 

1867. 291 Why so late? "Gin a body, 

etc." 
562 A naughty boy. 

1868. 476 Other people's business. 

1869. 473 Hide and seek. 
762 New shoes. 

1870. 70 The fourteenth of February. 
273 Nestlings. 

187 1. 126 A children's party. 

1872. 1287 Nestlings. 

13, Young Streety Kensington. 

1873. 424 Forfeits. 

1065 Driving a pair. 

1874. 34 "A little better." 
464 The first sitting. 

1875. 496 Sympathy. 
1205 Little Bo-peep. 

1876. 35 Spell-bound. 
531 Our boys. 

1877. 303 The Vicar's daughter. 

SI I The father of the regiment. 

1878. 1013 Reaping time. 

1879. 74 Spare the weeds. 
1368 The rehearsal. 

1880. 447 The letter of proposal. 
1467 "Gee-up!" 

188 1. 982 Finding the ring. 

1882. 619 Thrust. 

1883. 792 His first model. 

VI. 



1884. 374 The peacemaker. 

1885. 105 Father's breastplate. 

1886. 923 Christmas eve. 

1888. 83 Sympathy. 

1889. 1 121 New Year's Day. 
189a 967 An old song. 

1 89 1. 961 Forty winks. 

1892. 808 Preparing for Christmas. 

1893. 237 A spring time of gladness. 

ONION, E. J Painter. 

75, Chorlton Street, 
1832. 328 Portrait in the costume a.d. 
1690. 
9$2 Autumnal fruits. 
1852. 275 Portrait of the painter. 

OPIE, Edward Painter. 

St. Agnes y Comwoll. 

1839. 247 Portrait of a gentleman of Com* 

wall. 
18, Chodwell Street, 

Middleton Square. 

1840. 223 Lieut -Colonel Hamilton Smith. 

St. AgneSy ond 

3, Love Lane, Eostcheap. 

1846. 1 182 Scene from the twelfth night — 

Sir Toby Belch, Sir Andrew 
Aguecheek and Maria, etc. 
St. AgneSy ond 
2, Riches Courty Lime Street, 

1847. 19 A. Mogford, Esq. 
114 Miss Helen Barker. 
415 A portrait 

1848. 507 A girl at a window. 

1849. 510 A peasant Girl. 

1850. 367 Mr. T. Stephen Dale of St. 

Agnes. 

1851. 579 A portrait 

1852. 883 do. 
1855. ^55 A beggar boy. 

1186 Mr. E. Opie, senr. 

10, Floro Placey Plymouth. 
1857. 493 A Devonshire peasant girl. 
2, Clarendon Terracey 

Plymouth. 
i860. 221 A quiet afternoon. 
34S A peasant Girl. 

1 86 1. 97 A blind fiddler. 

520 A fisherman's wife watching the 
return of the boats, coast of 
Cornwall. 

1862. 22 Idleness and Industry. 

403 Brought before his betters. 
" An old man found a rude 
boy on one of his trees 
stealing apples." 

1863. 142 Dangerous looking fishes. 

Will they bite? 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Opic, John, R,A, — continued, 

1802. 116 J. Harvey, Esq., Captain of the 
Norwich Volunteer Cavalry. 

Damon and Musidora. — Thom- 
son's Seasons. 

Rizpah watching by the bodies 
of Saul's sons. "And Rizpah, 
the daughter of Aiah took 
sackcloth, etc." — Samuel^ 
xxi, 10. 

The angry father, or the dis- 
covery of the clandestine 
correspondence. 

Miss Talbot in the character of 
Lavinia. 

The Rev. T. Sampson, A.M. 

The visit to the cottage, or 
clothing the naked. 

Juliet. " See how she leans her 
cheek upon her hand." 

Mr. Mackintosh. 

Earl Stanhope. 

Hobnelia; or the spell. — Gafs 
Shepherd's Week, 

Mr. Adam. 

Mrs. Crane. 

The infant Moses treading on 
Pharaoh's crown. 
1804. 5 Sir W. Blizard. 

Lady F. Ponsonby as Rebecca. 

Gil Bias taking the key from 
Dame Leonora in the cavern 
of the banditti. Vide Gil 
Bias. 

S. Whitbread, Esq. 

T. Holcroft, Esq. 

T. Bernard, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Master Betty. 

The Rt. Hon. C. J. Fox. 

Dr. Clarke. 

Miss Beauchamp. 

Miss Wilson. 

The Bishop of Durham. {Shute 
Barrington,) 

1806. 22 Miss Gifford. 
Miss Vaughan. 
G. Rush, Esq. 
H. Tresham, Esq. 
Mrs. Clarke. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Mrs. Cripps. 
Davies Giddy, Esq., M.P. 

1807. 36 Lord Lowther. 
Sir D. Williams. 
H.R.H. the Duke of Glou- 
cester. 

174 Mrs. Cary, Torr Abbey. 

225 Mr. Dingwall. 

284 The Rev. Samuel Parr, LL.D. 



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1805. 



OPPLBR, Ernest Painter. 

3, Pembroke Garden Studios^ fV. 
1895. 4°' Memories. 

53, G/ede Flace^ Chelsea, 
1899. 381 At work; German peasants. 

ORAM, Edward Painter. 

Scotland Yard, 

1775. 212 A Landscape. 

213 do. small. 

1776. 204 A summer's evening. 

205 A View of Windsor castle, from 
Cranbourn Wood. 
At Mr, Gann's, 

comer of Norris Street, 

Haymarket, 
1777* 255 An evening. 

156 A study of trees. 
257 A small landscape. 
At Mr, Barber's, 

Church Street, St. Anne's, 

1778. 221 A landscape. 

222 A View. 

223 A small landscape. 

1779. 222 do. do. with figures; 

Theocritus with his two 
friends meeting the goat- 
herd Lycidas. — Idyllium, 7. 
223 A View of the Queen's house 
from the upper end of the 
pond in the Green Park. 

1780. 34 Landscape. 
216 do. 

361 do. 

1 78 1. 26 View of Wooburn, Bedford- 

shire, the seat of his grace 
the Duke of Bedford. 

409 Landscape with Ruins, etc. 
At Mr, Martin's, 

13, Hollen Street, 

Wardour Street, 

1782. 124 View of Shillingley Park, be- 

longing to the Earl of Win- 
terton. 

160 View in Shillingley Park, the 
seat of the Earl of Winter- 
ton. 

416 Landscape. 

123 do. 

323 do. 

X91 do. 

419 do. 

430 do. 

410 do. 
43 S do. 

23, Holies Street, 

Cavendish Square, 
360 A landscape. 

5, Gresse St,, Rathbone Place. 
24 A landscape. 



1783. 
1784. 

1785- 
1786. 
1787. 
1789. 
1790. 



1798. 



1799. 



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ORCHARD, Miss Gertrude. 

Miniature Painter. 
79, Elsham Road^ W. 

1897. 1482 Ruby; a portrait 
1495 Ella; do. 

8, QutetCs Mansions^ 

Brook Green. 

1898. 1368 "Silent silver lights and darks 

undreamed of Where I hush 
and bless myself with 
silence. — Browning, " 
29, Gunterstone Road^ W, 
1901. 1389 Portrait of a lady. 
The Elms, 

Lower WUlingdon, 

Eastbourne, 
1904. 1253 Miss Marion Leckie. 



ORCHARD, J Painter. 

Straitsmauth, Greenwich, 

1847. 378 Helena and Hermia. "So we 

grew together like a double 
cherry, etc." — Shakespeare, 

1848. 303 Thought; a study for a picture. 

"His soul was like a star, 
and dwelt apart."— Words- 
worth. 



ORCHARDSON, Charles M. Q. 

Painter. 
C, M, Orchardson, 
I, Park Road Studios, N. W, 

1896. 688 A landscape — sunrise. 
840 Ralph Maude, Esq. 

C, Q, Orchardson, do, 

1897. 261 The twa corbies. "And nae- 

body kens that he lies 
there." 

1898. 83 A Maid of Norfolk. 

C. M, Q, Orchardson, 

54, Parkhill Road, N. W. 

1899. 868 Sheila. 

895 A fruit stall. 

1900. 946 "To life and toil, The breath 

of Nature lends a touch of 
colour." 
1004 Portrait of a lady. 

1901. 520 Memories. 

597 Captain Blunt, Lancashire 
Fusiliers. 

86, Fellowes Road, 

1902. 221 The story of a rose. 

794 Vera, daughter of Samuel 
James, Esq. 
3, Wychcombe Studios, 

England's Lane, N. W, 

1903. 17 Daughter of Fred. Crisp, Esq., 

D.L. 



1903. 239 Other Days. 

1904. 844 Dolly, daughter of Henry C. 

Ash, Esq. 

ORCHARDSON, William Quiller, 

R,A Painter. 

W, E, Orchardson, 
10, Sutherland St, South, 

Belgravia. 

1863. 185 An old English song. 
652 Portraits. 

W. Q, Orchardson, 

37, Fitzroy Square. 

1864. 414 The flowers o* the forest. " I've 

heard the lassies lilting at 
our ewe milking." 

1865. 603 Hamlet and Ophelia. "Rich 

gifts wax poor when givers 
prove unkind, etc." 

7, Grafton Street, 

Fitzroy Square, 

1866. 262 The story of a life. 

la, Phillimare Gardens, 

1867. 18 Talbot and the Countess of 

Auvergne. " How say, ma- 
dam, are you persuaded now 
that Talbot is but shadow of 
of himself? " — Henry the 
sixth, part i, act i, scene 3. 
249 Mrs. Pettie. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1868. 223 Mrs. Birket Foster. 

400 ^^ Poins, Sir John, I prithee 
leave the prince and me 
alone, etc." — Henry IV 
(part i), act i, scene 2. 

8, Grove End Place, 

St, John's Wood Road. 

1869. '®3 The Duke's antechamber. 

19, St, John's Wood, 

1870. 17a Day dreams. 

298 The market girl from the Lido. 
953 Toilers of the sea. 

8, Grove Efui Place, 

187 1. 196 A hundred years ago. 

462 On the Grand Canal, Venice. 
1 1 17 In St. Mark's, Venice. 

1872. 326 Casus belli. 
481 The forest pet. 
492 Portrait of a lady. 

Kinnerton Studios, 

Wilton Place, 

1873. 194 The Protector. 
208 Oscar and Brin. 
354 Cinderella. 

1874. 265 Hamlet and the King. " Now 

might I do it, now he is 

praying, etc." — Act iii, 

scene 3. 

380 Ophelia. 




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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Orchardson, William Quiller, R.A, — 
continued, 

1874. 1350 A Venetian fruit seller. 
141 5 Escaped ! 

Hyndford Housty 

239, Brompton Road, 

1875. 70 A portrait. 

153 Too good to be true. 

229 Moonlight on the Lagoons. 

559 A portrait. 

1876. 107 Portrait. 

208 Flotsam and jetsam. 
264 The bill of sale. 
892 The old soldier. 

1877. 174 Queen of the swords. 

1388 Jessica (" Merchant of Ve- 
nice"). 
(Elected R.A.) 
i^Lansdowne Rd., NottingHilL 

1878. 41 Conditional neutrality; a por- 

trait. 
308 A social eddy; left by the tide. 
608 Autumn. 

1879. 287 Hard hit! 

Ivysidcy Wcstgate^ Thanet, 

1880. 262 On board H.M.S. "Bellero- 

phon," July 23rd, 181 5. 
Off Cape Ushant; leaving 
France. Purchased for the 
Chantrey Bequest f or J[^2yOQO, 

414 The young housewife. 

142 Mrs. Winchester Clowes. 

235 Housekeeping in the honey- 
moon. 

377 Mrs. J. P. B. Robertson. 

511 Portrait. 

J. Macvicar Anderson, Esq. 
Voltaire. " Voltaire dining with 
the Due de Sulli (after be- 
ing horsewhipped), etc., etc." 
Long quotation from Car- 
lyle's " Frederick." 
** Manage de Convenance." 
Mrs. Ralli. 

172 The Salon of Madame R^ca- 
' mier. ** The salon of Mme. 
R^camier included all sec- 
tions of society as reconsti- 
tuted after the Revolution. 
. . . The Due de Mont- 
morency, M. de Narbonne, 
Mme. de Stael and others, 
who had returned from exile, 
were received there at the 
same time withLucien Bona- 
parte, Fouch^, Bemadotte, 
Sibyes, Gerard, Canova and 
others, etc." 
1886. 136 " Manage de convenance " 
after! 



1881. 
1882. 



1883. 



1884. 
1885. 



561 



341 
72 



1886. 196 A tender chord. 

1887. (»7 Mrs. Joseph. 

191 The first cloud. "It is the 
little rift within the lute, 
That by-and-by may make 
the music mute." 

1888. a86 Her mother's voice. "Upon 

his widowed heart it falls. 
Echoing a hallowed time." 
13, Portland Place. 

1889. 243 The young Duke. 

1890. 235 Portraits. 

338 On the North Foreland. 

Diploma work, 
367 J. C. Stevenson, Esq., M.P. 

Presentation Portrait, 

1891. 82 Walter Gilbey, Esq. 
205 Mrs. Walter Gilbey. 

282 An enigma. 

430 Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, 
Bart. Presentation por- 
trait. 

1892. 173 St. Helena, 1816; Napoleon 

dictating to Count Las Cases 
the account of his cam- 
paigns. 

1893. 19 " Music, when soft voices die. 

Vibrates in the memory." — 
Shelley, 
198 Lord Rookwood. Presentation 
portrait, 

1894. 176 James Dewar, Esq., F.R.S., 

Jacksonian Professor of Na- 
tural Philosophy in the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge. 
Painted for Peterhouse Col- 
lege. 

234 Portrait of a lady. 

244 A flower. 
71 Reflections. 

183 David Stewart, Esq., of Ban- 
chory, Lord Provost of Aber- 
deen, 1 889-1 895. 
70 The Bishop of St. Asaph. 
{Rev. Alfred Edwards,) 

227 Rivalry. 

355 David Binning Munro, M.A., 
Provost of Oriel College, 
Oxford. Presentation por- 
trait, 

410 Mrs. TuUis. 

1898. 228 Miss Fairfax Rhodes. 
243 Trouble. 

325 Mrs. Pattison. 
330 Viscount Peel. 

1899. 87 Lord Kelvin. 

102 Peter Russell, Esq. 
243 The Eari of Crawford. Pre- 
sentation portrait, 

283 Edmund Davis, Esq. 



1895. 
1896. 



1897. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



23 



1900. 143 Windsor Castle, 1899; por- 

traits. 

1 901 . 40 " Blossoms fair" 
126 In the gloaming. 
221 Henri Riviere, Esq. 
377 James Bunten, Esq. 

1902. 10 Alexander Asher, Esq., LL.D., 

K.C., M.P., Dean of the Fa- 
culty of Advocates. Painted 
for the Parliament House^ 
Edinburgh, 
14 Sir John Leng. 
190 The Borgia. 

1903. 201 Mrs. Siddons in the studio of 

Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

1904. 41 Mrs. Temple Johnson. 
89 The lyric. 

2 53 Sir Samuel Montagu, Bart. 
Presentation portrait, 

ORCZY, Baroness Bmmuska. 

Painter. 
Miss E, Orcty^ 

23, WimpoU Street. 
1889. 934 A herald of spring. 

1891. 814 "Love and lordship like no 

fellowship." 
Baroness E. Orczy^ 

79, Newman Street, 

1892. 837 The jolly young waterman. 

" He eyed the young rogues, 
etc." 

64, Charlotte Street, 
1894. 825 " There 's many a slip." 



ORDE, Mrs. J. (Alice). 

Miniature Painter. 
75, Cadogan Gardens, 
1895. 1 149 Joan, daughter of John Glynne 
Oglander, Esq. 
Weetwood, Horsell^ Woking. 
1897. 141 1 Lady Cecil Scott Montagu. 
Inwood Bantf 

Tongham^ Surrey, 
1899. 1366 "Daddie," daughter of Sir 
Harold Hewett, Bart 

ORDERSON, Mrs. T. E Painter. 

33, Bedford Square^ Brighton, 
1825. 870 Flowers from nature. 

ORDISH, F. W Architect. 

^^John Streety Adelphi. 

1848. 121 1 Courtyard of a gentleman's 

farm house. 
121 3 Chapel at Edmonton. 

1849. ^^^^ Chichester Training College. 



ORDISH, R. W Architect. 

18, Great George Street^ 

Westminster. 
1868. 866 Winter Garden, I.eeds In- 
firmar>\ 

ORDISH and LE FEUVRE. 

Architects. 
18, Great George Street, 
1864. 783 High Level Railway Bridge, 
over the Thames, etc. 

ORDISH and TRAYLEN. 

Architects. 

1870. 742 Interior of St Paul, Leicester. 

ORMB, Alfred Miniature Painter. 

132, Bold Street^ Liverpool, 
1 88 1. 1292 C. Ferranti, Esq. 

1 7, Radcliffe Street^ Liverpool. 

1883. 1255 G. H. Wayne, Esq. 
1304 Mrs. E. S. Ralli. 

1884. 1509 Portrait on ivory. 

1885. 1496 Harold, son of George Geith, 

Esq. 

1573 Dorothy, daughter of E. L. 
Leigh, Esq. 

17, Canton Street^ Liverpool, 
1887. 1324 Mabel, daughter of J. H. Law- 
rence, Esq. 

1326 A. B. Forwood, Esq., M.P. 

1379 The late Christopher Bushell, 
Esq. 

ORMB, Daniel ... Miniature Painter. 
23, Holies Street y 

Cavendish Square. 

1797. 394 Portrait of an officer of the 

84th r^ment. 
648 Children at play. 
662 A frame with twelve portraits. 
741 Portrait of a Scotch officer. 
755 A gentleman and family. 

1798. 709 Portraits of Lady TroUope, Sir 

H. Trollope, Rev. Mr. 
Maule, Captain Perry, Dr. 
Robertson, Master Chap- 
man, Lt. Withers, Mrs. Tal- 
bot, Miss F. Berry, Mrs. 
Walters, Captain Noble, 
Miss M. Cooke. 

1799. 428 Lady Nelson. 

501 A frame with portraits of Cap- 
tain Ackland, Admiral De 
Winter, P. Gafney, a sailor 
belonging to the Venerable; 
and Lieutenant Little of the 
Kent. 



24 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Orme, Daniel — continued. 

1800. 579 Portraits of Mrs. Talbot, Sir 

G. W. Fairfax, Miss Shuffle, 
Captain Compton. 

643 Portrait of Mr. W. Thomas of 

the St. James's Volunteers. 
118, Bond Street 

1801. 580 Mr. W. Orme. 

ORME, E Painter. 

59, New Bond Street, 

1 801. 363 Admiral Braithwaite. 

1802. 311 Capt. Tudor of the Queen's 

regiment. 

1803. 976 A View of Thorndon Hall, 

Essex, the seat of Lord 
Petre. 

ORME, William Painter. 

7, Great Maddox Street, 

1797. 418 View of Ramsay Bridge. 
548 A cottage, from nature. 
842 View from Highgate Hill. 

1798. 547 Willesden Church, Middlesex. 
564 A gleam of the sun. 

567 View near Ashton, I^ncashire. 

644 Waltham Cross, Herts. 
657 View in Cheshire. 

1799. 129 View near Hampstead. 

286 Landscape, clearing after a 

storm. 
834 The Needle Rocks, Isle of 

Wight. 
842 View near Newport, Isle of 

Wight. 

59, New Bond Street. 

1800. 47a View at Collyhurst, near Man- 

chester. 

1801. 473 Children and goslings. 

591 View of Myrthyr Tydwl, Gla- 
morganshire. 

647 Newport Castle, Monmouth- 
shire. 
52, Great Marlborough Street. 

1802. 297 The old castle and mill at Ox- 

ford. 
1000 View of Blackfriars Bridge and 
part of the City of London. 

1803. 697 Cottage at Wendover, Bucks. 

36, Marylebone Street. 
18 1 9. 1006 Haws Water, Westmorland. 

ORMSBY, V Painter. 

4, Hill Road, St. John's Wood. 

1870. 44 Apples and pears. 

1 87 1. 1 1 78 Alone. 

1873. 944 " What are the wild waves say- 
ing?" 
1876. 408 Notice to quit. 

974 Seaside enjoyment. 



1877. 917 White as the driven snow. 

1878. 481 The sonata. 

1879. HC4 Besieged for a song. 

1880. 941 A formal visit in the last cen- 

tury. 

1 88 1. 883 Beyond their means. 

Hamilton Mews, 

St. John's Wood Road. 

1885. 820 Washing day in Normandy. 

1886. 641 A Pyrenean washerwoman. 

ORPEN, William Painter. 

13, Royal Hospital Road, 

Chelsea. 
1904. 423 Charles Wertheimer, Esq. 

ORPHEUS, W Painter. 

2, Rue Berckmans, 

Brussels, Belgium. 
1902. 517 "A fellow feeling makes us 
wondrous kind." 

ORR, A. A. ... Stained Glass Painter. 
Kent Villa, 

Roxburgh Park, Harrow. 

1898. 1746 Design for glass: girls playing 

musical instruments. 

1899. 1794 Good Shepherd and Madonna: 

two windows, Pyecombe 
church, near Brighton. 
Ormiston, Harrow View, 

Wealdstone. 

1900. 1759 Windows at Sarita, Nethersole 

Gardens. 

ORR, J. N. J Miniature Painter. 

1 2, Barossa Place, Chelsea. 
1843. 871 Portrait of a lady. 
1026 The Water-lily. 

ORR, Patrick W Painter. 

1 7 Si Great Vincent Street, 

Glasgow. 
1893. 821 Madame X. 

ORROCK, James, R.I. Painter. 

J. Orrock, Junr., 

Park Street, Nottingham. 
1858. II Beech and oak trees in Brad- 
gate Park, Leicestershire. 
J. Orrock, I, Bedford Place. 

1 87 1. 620 Old Barges on the Medway. 

43, Bloomsbury Square. 

1872. 721 Drovers crossing Aber Sands; 

Penrhyn castle in the dis- 
tance. 
850 Aber glen. North Wales — 
autumn. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



25 



1872. 


857 Old mill at Ty Cross, North 
Wales. 


1856. 


5«9 


Home thoughts. "One heart 
heavy, one heart light, etc." 


1873- 


823 Old mill near Arundel, Sussex. 
830 Lancaster Castle. 






Miss E. Osbom, 

30, Upper Gower Street. 


1874. 


770 Mount Sorrel, Leicestershire. 


1857. 


143 


Mrs. C. J. Mitchell 




806 Castle Campbell, Perthshire. 




163 The village pet. 


1875. 


747 North Sannox, Isle of Arran — 
autumn. 

48, Bedford Square. 




299 


Nameless and friendless. "The 
rich man's wealth is his 
strong city, etc." — Proverbs, 


1880. 


45 In Charnwood Forest, Leices- 






X, 15. 




tershu-e. 


1858. 


156 Temptation. 


I88I. 


925 A Yorkshire moor. 




955 


" Where the weary are at rest." 


1882. 


72 Near Boston, Lincolnshire. 


1859. 


187 


A sketch in Clovelly Park, 
North Devon. 


ORSI, 


Carlo Sculptor. 

Castagnoloy Lastra a Signa^ 




481 
943 


Tough and tender. 
Presentiments. " For men must 
work, etc." — C KingsUy. 


1881. 


J. t/itumi, 

149 1 L'ago magnetico; statue, mar- 
ble. 


i860. 


405 


The governess. " Fair was she 
and young, etc." — Long/el- 
loufs Evangeline. 






1861. 


258 


The escape of Lord Nithisdale 


ORTMANNS, Auguste Painter. 






from the Tower, 17 16. "I 




c/o a Lucy, 






had taken care that Mrs. 




71, Momington Road. 






Mills did not go out crying 


1869. 


285 In the environs of Fontaine- 
bleau. 






as she came in, that my lord 
might the better pass for the 
lady who came in crying and 


ORTNER, B Medalist. 

3, St.Jatnefs Street. 
1858. mo The Gainsborough medal, exe- 
cuted for the Art Union of 






afflicted, and the more so 
because he had the same 
dress she wore. ... I went 
out leading him by the hand, 
and he held his handkerchief 


1859. 


1303 The Rt. Hon. Charles Tenny- 
son D'Eyncourt, F.R.S., 
F.A.S. 
1377 Original design of the reverse 
of the Gainsborough medal. 
896 Head of Petrarca. 
898 Head of Dante. 
1012 General Lord Clyde, K.C.B. 






to his eyes. . . . The guards 
opened the door, and I went 
downstairs with him, still 


i860. 
I86I. 


1862. 


i7» 
399 
4*9 
509 


conjuring him to make all 

possible despatch." 
Truly rural — Hessia, 1862. 
Die Erwartung. 
Der Lebensmai, etc. 
Fur den Christgarten. 






1863. 


187 


Private and confidential. 


OSBORN, Miss Emily Mary. 




579 


Sunday morning, Betzingen, 




Painter. 






Wurtemburg. 




E. Osborne, 




590 


Slow and sure. 




37, Bernard Strut, 




717 


A carriage and pair. 




Russell Square. 


1864. 


555 


For the last time. 


1851. 


409 The letter. 






133, Gower Street. 




1 1 92 Mrs. Benjamin Goode. 


1865. 


488 Christmas time. "The holly 




E. Osbom. 






branch shone on the old oak 


1852. 


71 A portrait. 






wall." 




89 Marion. "Marion, why that 


1866. 


552 


Percy Mitchell. 




pensive brow? etc." — Byron. 


1867. 


395 


Morning, Bavaria. 




E. Osborne. 




416 


Margherretta. 


1853. 


298 Spring flowers. 

E, Osborn. 






E. M. Osbom, 

9, Amalien Street, Munich. 


1854. 


558 Pickle and preserves. 


1870. 


458 


Lost. 




30, Upper Gower Street. 


1871. 


37 


Isolde. 


1855. 


25 My cottage door. 
266 Mrs. Sturgis and children. 




268 


The hay boat, Frknen Insel, 
Chien See. 


VI. 








E 



26 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Osborn, Miss Emily Mary — continued. 

1872. 921 In the twilight. 

1873. 1096 Hero worship in the i8th cen- 

tury. " It was near the close 
of his life that two young 
ladies who were warm ad- 
mirers of his works, but had 
never seen himself, went 
to Bolt Court and asking if 
he was at home, were shown 
upstairs where he was writ- 
ing ; he laid down his pen on 
their entrance, and as they 
stood before him, one of the 
females repeated a speech of 
some length previously pre- 
pared for the occasion; it 
was an enthusiastic effu- 
sion, which when the speaker 
had finished, she panted for 
her idol's reply. What was 
her mortification when all 
he said was *Fiddlededee,my 
dear.' " — Croker^s Johnson, 
12, Buckiand VillaSy 

Belsize Park, 

1^75- 545 ''A little mist and a little rain 
And life is never the same 
again." — G, Macdonald. 
loa, Cunningham Place, 

1877. 461 Dreaming awake. 

462 Cemetery at Mazorbo near 
Venice. 

1880. 9 A Christmas greeting. "Nay, 
good goose, bite not." — 
Romeo and Juliet, 
1029 Reflections. "Yet the vague 
memory scarce forget, etc." 

1884. 912 Philip Henry Gosse, Junr. 

OSBORN, Will E Painter. 

I, The Terrace, 

St, Ives, Cornwall, 
1892. 432 The incoming tide. 
1894. 224 Moonrise. 

Withycombe, Raleigh, 

Exmouth, 

1898. 863 March sunshine. 

OSBORN and RUSSELL. 

Architects. 

10, South Street, Finsbury, 
1880. 1 191 Imperial Fire Insurance Com- 
pany, Pall Mall. 

OSBORNE, Arthur Sculptor. 

49, East Street, Faversham. 

1899. 1962 Reading; relief. 

1963 Writing; do. 

1964 Arithmetic; do. 



OSBORNE, C. ... Miniature Painter. 
R, Osborn, Norwich, 

1821. 642 Portrait of a lady. 

C, Osborne, Norwich, 

1822. 7»7 A portrait. 
719 do. 

1823. 815 Portrait of a lady. 

1824. 609 do. do. 

1825. 803 do. do. 

OSBORNE, R Architect. 

— Osborne, Junr, 
1793. 709 Design for a villa. 

R, Osborn, at Mr, Seward* s, 
39, Craven Street, 

1 81 7. 987 View of a design for a tri- 

umphal arch. 

18 1 8. 921 Waterloo Bridge from actual 

admeasurement. 

1819. 1158 Design for a Mausoleum. 

1820. 898 St. Leonard's Church, Shore- 

ditch. 
R, Osborne, 

30, Tavistock Place. 
1822. 974 St. Martinis in the Fields, from 
actual admeasurement. 

OSBORNE, Rex Painter. 

34, Kelmscoit Road, 

Wandsworth Common, 
1899. 1565 The escort. 

OSBORNE, Walter P., R,H,A. 

Painter. 

5, Castlewood Avenue, 

Rathmines, Dublin. 

1886. 573 Tired out. 

1887. 387 Near St. Patrick's Close, an 

old Dublin street 
1159 An old woman's head; pastel. 

1888. 1365 Daffodils; pastel. 

1889. 399 The Dublin streets; a vendor 

of books. 

1890. 1 1 13 The ferry. 

1208 The village inn. 

1 89 1. 137 Rags, bones and bottles. 
613 Joe the swineherd. 

1222 A bit of old Dublin. 

1892. 318 When the boats come in. 
784 Water sprites. 

1 198 Life in the streets: hard times. 
Purchased for the Chantrey 
Bequest for ;^26 ^s, 

1893. 3^3 A portrait. 

670 In the streets — a touch of win- 
ter. 
980 Miss Nelly O'Brien. 

1894. 43 The thorn bush. 

284 Mrs. Abraham Stoker. 

823 Life in the streets — musicians. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



27 



1895. 405 Mrs. Bram Stoker. 
631 Portraits. 

782 In a Dublin Park — light and 
shade. 

1896. 369 Walter Armstrong, Esq. 

409 Mrs. Andrew Jameson and her 
daughter Violet 

979 Mrs. John Mulhall. 

980 Mrs. McNeile. 

1897. 171 Mrs. Walter Armstrong. 
392 William Osborne, Esq. 

1048 Mrs. T. Hone. 

1898. 367 Miss Honor O'Brien. 

597 Mrs. Noel Guinness and her 

little daughter. 
858 Life in Connemara; a market 

day. 

1899. 5 A man who has seen a " Lepre- 

chaun." 

222 Lord Ashbourne, Lord Chan- 
cellor of Ireland. 

948 Mrs. Meade. 

1900. 248 Mrs. Chadwych Healey and 

her daughter. 
284 Dorothy and Irene, daughters 

of C. L. Falkiner, Esq. 
49* Rev. J. P. Mahaffy, D.D. 

1 90 1. 119 Miss Gladys Thomson. 

346 Viscount Powerscourt, K.P. 
599 Summer time. 

1902. 214 Mrs. C. Litton Falkiner. 
652 Rev. C. E. Osborne. 

(The late.) 
1903- 379 Lady Lucy Hicks-Beach. 
597 Miss Deena Tyrrell. 
678 Sir Frederick Falkiner, K.C., 

Recorder of Dublin. 

OSCROPT, Samuel William. 

Painter. 
27, Chaucer Street, 

Nottingham. 
1885. 1335 Rye from the marsh. 

1888. 1458 Crab boats on the Coast, South 

Devon. 

1889. 1302 "At eventide it shall be light." 

OSGOOD, C Painter. 

63, Guildford Street. 
1842. 120 Dr. Hume Weatherhead. 

OSGOOD, S. S Painter. 

30, Weymouth Street. 
I ^36* 555 Miss Harriet Martineau. 
Painted at Worthington, 
U.S.A., February, 1835. 

86, Newman Street. 
1838. 39 Martin Van Buren, President 
of the United States of 
America. 



1838. 



198 Portrait of a lady. 
470 Edward Howard, Esq., author 
of Ratlin the Reefer, Out- 
ward bound, etc. 
1839. 1236 Miss Elphinston as the Grecian 
Daughter. 

OSSANI, Alessandro Painter. 

19, Harrington Street. 
i860. 802 Miss Helen Hughes. 

73, Baker Street. 
1862. 679 Italian flower-girl, costume of 
Florence. 

26, Soho Square. 
1870. 74 Morning. 
125 Evening. 
1373. 279 The gleaner. 

1007 Coming from the vineyard. 

O. Ossanif 57, Cromwell Rd. 

1875. '^55 ^* Montagu Savile, son of 

E. B. Savile, Esq. 
1056 Mrs. Pope. 
1063 E. L. Gordon-Savile, son of 

E. B. Savile, Esq. 
A. Ossaniy 121, Sloane Street. 

1876. 576 Mrs. R. Benson. 

1136 Emilie, granddaughter of Sir 

Julius Benedict. 
1 140 Sir Henry James, Q.C., M.P. 

1877. 616 George Lawrence, son of the 

Rev. F. L. Stayner. 
1278 Helen and Mary, daughters of 
Sir Richard Sutton, Bart. 

1878. 138 The late Sir Matthew Digby 

Wyatt. 
1223 Miss Gwynne James. 

1879. 508 Lieut.-General Sir J. Henry 

Lefroy, C.B., K.C.M.G. 

1880. 372 Major-GeneralFrederickMarow 

Eardley Wilmot, F.R.S. 
1236 Captain Arthur W. Gosset, 
late 2nd Queen's. 

Hogarth Studios, 

1881. 593 The Hon. Augustus Calthorpe. 
1 186 Lieut. -Colonel Gossett, 54th 

Regiment. 

1882. 674 Lieut-General Sir John Adye, 

K.C.B., R. A., Surveyor-Gen- 
eral of the Ordnance. 

1884. 869 Madame de Vecchj Beville. 

45, Howland Street. 

1888. 1659 John and Alfred, son of W. R. 
Kennedy, Esq., Q.C. 

OSTREHAN, George W. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

Abbey Studio, 

Campden Hill Road. 
1^93- '550 Design for stained glass win- 
dow, " Rex Coeli." 



28 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ostrehan, George W. — continued. 

1894. 1582 St. Thomas a Beckett; stained 

glass window. 

10, Holland Park Mansions. 

1895. 1605 Window —St. Margaret and St. 

Barbara. 
Wildwood Corner^ Hatnpstead. 

1896. 1624 Stained glass window. 

Sunbury-on- Thames, 
1899. 1806 Window — St. James and St. 

John. 
1903. 1617 Window—" King David." 

OSWALD, John H Painter. 

28, London Street^ Edinburgh. 
1874. 263 Fast Castle; the Wolfs Crag 
of the Bride of Lammer- 
moor. 
1878. 1348 Glenfinlas: October. 

1884. 1 6 14 A Highland bum in spate. 

1885. 398 A cottage by the sea, 

1886. 235 Autumn, Glenfinlas; clearing 

up after rain. 
1890. 1037 Rouen — morning. 

1256 The Houses of Parliament — 
twilight. 

OSWALD, Joseph and Son. 

Architects. 
33, Mosley Street^ 

Newcastlt-on- Tyne. 
1902. 1555 Offices, Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

OTLEY, Rev. C. B Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

C. B. Otley. 
1808. 237 View of Ulswater, from Go- 
barrow Park. 

Rev. C. B. Otley. 
1 81 8. 386 View near Carisbrook, Isle of 
Wight. 

Rev. C. B. Otley. 

1820. 268 View near Bramshot, Hants. 

Rev. a B. Otley. 

182 1. 300 View near Arundel, Sussex. 

OTT, A Miniature Painter. 

(Miniature painter to the Duke of Orleans.) 
9, Shane Street^ Knightsbridge. 
1790. 146 Remains of Phocion, a general 
of Athenians. 
296 Portrait of a lady. 

OTTEWELL, B.J Painter. 

II, Hubert Road^ 

South Wimbledon. 

1885. 1322 " 'Mid gorse and fern." 

1886. 1141 "The oak's brown side." 



28, Hill Road, Wimbledon. 
1889. 1402 The birch encircled pool. 

1 1, Manse II Road, Wimbledon. 
1892. 1263 Across the heath. 

OTTLBY, William Young ... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1823. 233 The Battle of the Angels; a 
study in chiaroscuro; un- 
finished. "And there was 
war in Heaven, etc." — 
Revelation, xii, 7, 8. 

OUCHTERLONY, Miss Painter. 

37, East Street, 

Red Lion Square. 
181 2. 230 A View on the Northesk and 
Grampian hills. 

OUDERAA, P. Van der Painter. 

72, Piccadilly. 
1895. 416 The Drummers. 

774 The galleries of the Jewel 
cloister during the great fair 
at Antwerp; sixteenth cen- 
tury. 

OULD, E. A Architect. 

24, Newgate Street, Chester. 
1883. 12 19 Cottage, Bache Hall, Chester. 
{See also Grayson and Ould, vol. iii, 
page 307.) 

OULESS, Miss Catherine ... Painter. 
12, Bryanston Square. 

1902. 112 Eastern Souvenirs. 
635 A portrait. 

1903. 129 Ringstead Bay. 

1904. 65 Mrs. D. G. Bruce-Gardyne. 

OULESS, Walter William, R,A. 

Painter. 
2, The Grove, South Lambeth. 

1869. 414 " He was a stalwart knight, and 

keen." 
911 Home again. "And I would 
tell him all my pain, etc." 
43, Bloomsbury Square. 

1870. 4»4 Sad tidings. "Oh, hearts that 

yearned They were indeed 
too much akin ! " 

187 1. 142 An incident in the Revolution, 

1792. "Poor old M. de 
Cazotte is seized; his young 
loved daughter with him, 
refusing to quit him, etc." 

232 Sympathy. 

296 Mrs. W. Neave Hill. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



29 



1872. 305 J. Turner, Esq. 
366 John Rous, Esq. 

1034 Dorcas visiting the poor. — 
Acts^ ix, 36. 

1873. 70 Sir C. S. Paul Hunter, Bart, 

Berkshire Volunteers. 

76 Philip M. Westlake, Esq. 

93 Sir Frederick Pollock, Bart., 
one of the Masters of the 
Court of Exchequer. 

115 Thomas Clarke, Esq., Kned- 
lington Manor, Yorkshire. 
1874- 19 William Sale, Esq. Painted for 
the Clarendon Club^ Man- 
chester, 

578 Lord Selborne, Lord High 
Chancellor, 1873. 

697 Mrs. Peek. 

1351 W. A. Sandford, Esq., Myne- 
head Court, Somerset. 

1875. 29 H. S. Marks, Esq., A.R.A. 
155 Charles Darwin, Esq., F.R.S. 
201 J. W. Waldrond, Esq. 

248 H. D. Pochin, Esq. 
366 The Mayor of Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. 
425 Lady Rachel Wyndham Quin. 

1876. 43 The Bishop of London. {Dr, 

Jackson) 

77 The Rt. Hon. Edward Pleydell 

Bouverie. 

425 The Hon. Sir R. P. Amphlett, 
Baron of Exchequer. 

430 The late Earl Stanhope, An- 
tiquary to the Royal Acad- 
emy. 

445 Admiral Sir Alexander Milne, 
G.C.B. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1877. 13 Miss Ruth P. Bouverie. 

269 Thomas Dixon, Esq., of Little- 
ton, Chester. 

402 William Fane de Salis, Esq. 

496 The Rt. Hon. Russell Gumey, 
Q.C., M.P., Recorder of 
London. 

1878. 65 Lieut.-Col. Loyd Lindsay, V.C., 

M.P. 

232 J. D. Dent, Esq. 

4»9 Sir William Wright, Chairman 
of the Dock Company of 
Kingston-on-Hull. 

928 James Cropper, Esq. 

1377 The Earl of Dalhousie. 

1879. 64 John Malcolm, Esq., of Pol- 

talloch. 

183 The Rt. Hon. John Bright, 
M.P. Painted for the Man- 
chester Reform Club. 

395 Sir Thomas Gladstone, Bart 



1879, 



1880. 



1881. 162 

204 



347 
1384 
1392 

1882. 23 





122 




446 
1498 


1883. 


137 
280 




476 




506 




874 


1884. 


1443 
162 




190 




244 




^73 
438 


1885. 


490 
164 



570 The Rev. Dr. Ridding, Head 
Master of Winchester Col- 
lege. 
636 Christopher J. Thomas, Esq., 
Mayor of Bristol, 1874-1875. 
1065 Edmund Yates, Esq. 

12, Bryanston Square, 
10 William Dobson, Esq. 
117 Alexander Matheson, Esq., 
M.P., Chairman of the High- 
land Railway Company. 
207 Henry Hucks Gibbs, Esq. 
309 The Hon. Mr. Justice Manisty, 
one of the Judges of the 
High Court of Justice. 
438 His Eminence Cardinal New- 
man. 

(Elected R.A.) 

Rear- Admiral William Horton, 
C.B. 

The Bishop of Oxford, Chan- 
cellor of the Order of the 
Garter. {Dr, Mackamess,) 
{Painted for the Palace at 
Cuddesdon^ etc) 

Mrs. Butterworth. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

David Dale, Esq. Presentation 
portrait, 

Lieut.-General Sir Frederick 
Sleigh Roberts, Bart., V.C., 
G.C.B., CLE. Painted for 
the Royal Artillery, 

Charles Loyd Norman, Esq. 

Stephen A. Ralli, Esq. 

Monier Williams, Esq., CLE., 
D.C.L., Boden Professor of 
Sanscrit in the University of 
Oxford. 

Howard J. Kennard, Esq. 

The late Bishop of Llandaff. 
(Alfred Ollivant,) 

The Bishop of Norwich. {Hon, 
John Thomas Pelham,) 

The Rev. the Master of Pem- 
broke College, Oxford. 

Wm. Bromley Davenport, Esq., 
M.P. 

William Wegg, M.D., Cantab. 

The Hon. and Rev. Canon 
W. H. Fremantle. 

S. B. Bancroft, Esq. 

J. E. Hodgson, Esq., R.A. 
Diploma work, 

Samuel Morley, Esq., M.P. 

George Robinson, Esq. 

Henry Whiting, Esq. 

The Rev.B. H. Kennedy, D.D., 
R^us Professor of Greek, 
Cambridge. 



30 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ouless, 
tinued, 
1885. 



Walter William, R,A,—con- 



177 Mrs. Bruce. 

140 The Bishop of Worcester. 

{Henry Philpott) 
247 The Rev. Montague Taylor. 
348 Edward Carlile, Esq. 
768 Thomas Fletcher Twemlow, 

Esq. 
1094 Thomas Elliot Harrison, Esq., 

C.E. 

1886. 163 Sir Henry Pitman, M.D. 

233 George Scharf, Esq., C.B., 
F.S.A., Director and Sec- 
retary of the National Por- 
trait Gallery. Presented to 
the National Portrait Gal- 
lery, 

243 J. Burdon-Sanderson, Esq., 
M.D., LL.D., F.R.S. Pre- 
sentation portrait, 

267 Edward Armitage, Esq., R.A. 

386 The Archbishop of York. 
( William Thomson,) 
1073 Professor G. M. Humphry, 
M.D., F.R.S. Presentation 
portrait, 

1887. 12 Sir Horace Jones, Architect to 

the City of London. 
75 The late Robert Oliver Jones, 
Esq., of Fonmon-Castle, 
South Wales. 

108 C. W. Wicksted, Esq., late 
Master of the Ludlow 
hounds. 

283 The Rt. Hon. Lord John 
Manners, G.C.B., M.P. 

437 Thomas Southam, Esq., Ex- 
Mayor of Shrewsbury. Pre- 
sentation portrait, 

606 The Rt. Hon. Sir Reginald 
Hanson, Lord Mayor of 
London. Presentation por- 
trait, 
1025 The Very Rev. W. G. Hender- 
son, D.C.L., Dean of Car- 
lisle. 

1888. 147 His Eminence Cardinal Man- 

ning. 
287 Sir William Cunliffe Brooks, 

Bart, M.P. 
293 Frederick Pitman, Esq. 
379 Mrs. Thomas (of Yscyborwen, 

Aberdare). 
1018 Ewan Christian, Esq. 
1025 B. B. Hunter-Rodwell, Esq., 
Q.C. 

1889. 80 John Scott, Esq. 

128 J. L. Pearson, Esq., R.A. 
172 Lady Manisty. 



1889. 224 Colonel J. T. North. Presenta- 

tion portrait, 
237 Thomas Sidney Cooper, Esq., 

R.A. 
270 Colonel Sir Edward Bradford, 

G.C.SJ. 
292 Sir William Bowman, Bart, 

F.R.S. 
415 G. H. Pope, Esq. 

1890. 74 Angus Holden, Esq., Mayor of 

Bradford, 1887. 
80 Sir Donald A. Smith. 
117 The Bishop of St Albans. 
{Thomas Legh Claughton,) 

197 The Bishop of Chichester. {R, 

Dumford,) 
214 Mrs. North. 

1891. 7i Colonel J. W. Malcolm, M.P. 
117 Lord Congleton. 

126 Lord Edward Spencer- 
Churchill. 

266 The Rt. Hon. John Morley, 
M.P. 

294 The Duke of Sutherland. 

619 H. Martyn Kennard, Esq. 

983 Mrs. G. W. Pope. 
1075 John Loyd Wharton, Esq., 
M.P. 

1892. 124 Lady Currie. 

130 Sir Donald Currie, M.P., 
K.C.M.G. 

198 J. D. Goodman, Esq., Chair- 

man of the London and 

Midland Bank. 
305 Herbert C. Gibbs, Esq. 
325 W. W. B. Beach, Esq., M.P. 

Presentation portrait 
669 The Rev. C. E. Searle, D.D., 

Master of Pembroke College, 

Cambridge. 

1893. 139 Albert Brassey, Esq. 
154 G. H. Pember, Esq. 
368 Mrs. Mirrielees. 

504 Sir Charles Tennant, Bart. 

1894. 15 Major-General Sir Francis 

Grenfell, K.C.B., G.C.M.G. 
77 Henry Collison, Esq. 

170 George Meyrick, Esq. 

191 Sir William Savory, Bart., 
F.R.S. Presentation por- 
trait. 

454 John Stirling, Esq. 

505 Sir John Gladstone, Bart. 

1895. 65 J. J. Aubertin, Esq. 

104 His Honour Judge Sir Horatio 
Lloyd. Presentation por- 
trait, 

200 H.R.H. the Duke of Cam- 
bridge. Presentation por- 
trait. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



31 



1895. 215 Ernest F. Hills, Esq. 
574 James Watson, Esq. 

1896. 207 Frederic J. Harrison, Esq. 
375 W. M. Dobie, Esq., M.D. 

433 The Very Rev. the Dean of 

Llandaff. 
476 Mrs. Henry Whiting. 
600 Sir Henry Acland, Bart., 

K.C.B., M.D. 
623 J. C. Bolton, Esq., Chairman 

of the Caledonian Railway. 

1897. 84 The Hon. W. F. D. Smith, 

M.P. 

296 Lord Lister, P.R.S. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

liy Sir Charles Seely, Bart. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

504 Lord Justice Lindley. 

687 The Hon. Sir Spencer Ponson- 
by Fane, K.C.B. Painted 
for the Marylebone Cricket 
Club. 

1898. 17 William Tunstill, Esq. 
Mrs. Charles Hoare. 
Edward M. Denny, Esq. 
John Maunsell Richardson, 

Esq., D.L. Presentation por- 
trait. 
421 Edward Wood, Esq. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

1899. 62 The Hon. Lucius O'Brien. 

91 Lord Leigh. 

92 The Bishop of Truro. 
178 The Bishop of Lincoln. 

1900. 81 Andrew Carnegie, Esq. 

174 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales, 
Commodore Royal Yacht 
Squadron. Presentation por- 
trait. 

189 Lady Currie. 

377 C. A. Cripps, Esq., Q.C, M.P. 

559 A. N. Hornby, Esq. Presented 
by the Lancashire County 
Cricket Club. 

1 90 1. 213 Fritz Reiss, Esq. 

226 James E. Vanner, Esq. 
365 W. H. Deverell, Esq. 
536 William McEwan, Esq. 
922 John S. Dugdale, Esq.,'K.C., 
Recorder of Birmingham. 

1902. 33 E. Lycett Green, Esq., Master 

of the York and Ainstey 
Hunt. 

143 Thomas F. Blackwell, Esq. 

244 Lord Kelvin, G.C.V.O., F.R.S. 

291 Professor J. Bell Pettigrew, 
M.D., LL.D., F.R.S., Uni- 
versity of St. Andrews. 

1903. 47 Earl Cawdor. Presentation por- 

trait. 



>7 
145 
292 

»97 



1903. 



1904. 



56 Henry Simpson-Gee, Esq. 

159 Mrs. E. M. Denny. 

260 A. Johnson-Ferguson, Esq. 

272 Captain W. B. Harrison. 
Presentation portrait. 

309 George B. Rennie, Esq. 

713 Sir Edward I^tchworth. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 
53 Edmund Boulnois, Esq., M.P. 
Presentation portrait. 

235 Sir Elliott Lees, Bart., M.P., 
D.S.O. 

333 Lieut. -Colonel F. Shu ttleworth. 

342 J. Whiteley Ward, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

347 Earl Bathurst. 



OUSBY, Buckley Painter. 

Upper Gate^ Conway. 
1888. 7yo Lone margin of the sea. 

OUTRIM, John Bngraver. 

18, Harrington Street^ North. 
919 Mrs. Hinchliff. 

51, Rochester Road^ 

Camden Road Villas. 
1039 The Highlander. After Sir E. 
Landseer, R.A., in the pos- 
session of H.R.H. Prince 
Albert 

High Street, Uttoxeter. 
993 The Highland lassie. After Sir 
E. Landseer, R.A. 

150, Maiden Road, N. W. 
1276 Sir Anthony Panizzi, K.C.B., 
D.C.L. After G. F. Watts, 
R.A. 



1846. 



1856. 



1863. 



1874. 



OVBNDEN, F. W Painter. 

45, Carey Street. 
1836. 281 Shore scene. 
{F. W. O. in index, T. W. O. in catalogue.) 

OVBNDBN, T Painter. 

8, Newcastle Court, Strand. 
181 7. 262 Group of freshwater fish. 
1 81 9. 327 do. fish. 

I, Brays Place, Islington. 
1830. 757 Group of fresh water fish. 

1, James Place, Islington. 
1832. 243 A chub, trout, pike, and gud- 
geon. 

OVERBBCK, Friedrich Painter. 

Rome. 

1853. 36 The incredulity of St. Thomas. 

"Then saith Jesus to 

Thomas, Reach hither thy 

fingcTi eiyMHlk^^* ^7- 




THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



OVBREND, William Heysham. 

Painter. 
3, Bucckuch Terrace^ 

Upper Clapton. 
1872. 477 " We can do no more for you." 
39a, QueetCs Square^ 

Bioomsbury, 
1880. $80 Sinking despatches. 

Wychcomhe Studios, N. W. 
1885. 560 Victory. 

17, Southampton Street, 

Fitzroy Square, 
1893. 1458 Rounding the lightship, a close 
race. 

(The late.) 
1898. 583 Trafalgar. 

OVERTON, Thomas. 

Miniature Painter. 
51, New Bond Street, 

181 8. 698 Portraits of a lady and Lieut. 

Vale, R.N. 

181 9. 796 Portraits of the Rev. W. Beau- 

clerc Robinson and Mr. 
Taylor. 

1820. 660 Lieut-Col. Sir Henry Carr, 

K.C.B. 
678 Portrait of a lady. 
713 do. an officer of the 

Royal Irish. 
771 Portrait of a lady. 
817 do. do. 

182 1. 561 do. a gentleman. 

755 Rear- Admiral Sir H. Bayntun, 

K.CB. 
917 Lady Bayntun. 

1822. 637 Portrait of a lady. 

1823. 642 Mr. T. E. Weller. 
655 Portrait of a lady. 
663 Mrs. Cumberbatch. 
857 Clementina. 

868 The Countess of Clare. 

1824. 650 The Archimandrite of Cyprus. 

1825. 683 Mr. W. Condell. 

1827. 735 Portrait of a lady of title. 
739 W. Wigney, Esq. 
809 Portrait of a gentleman. 

19, Duke St,, Portland Place, 

1829. 829 Portrait of a physician. 
862 Lady Bernard. 

1830. 825 Portrait of a gentleman. 

62, Newman Street, 
1832. 830 J. Hatchard, Esq. 

947 Portrait of a lady of title. 

7 2, George St,, Portman Square, 

1834. 612 Portrait of a lady. 
743 do. do. 

832 do. an officer in the 

Life Guards. 

1835. 7S3 Portrait of a lady. 



50, George St,, Portman Square, 
1836. 459 Portrait of a general officer. 

514 do. young gentleman. 

1838. 702 Master Weymouth. 
1013 Alice. 

OVERWBG, Miss Lily Painter. 

9, Rue Campagne Premiere, 

Paris, 

1897. 131 Mademoiselle B . 

1898. 948 Violets. 

OWEN, Samuel Painter. 

AtMr,Ezard*s, Old Brentford, 
1794. 356 A sea view. 

149, Strand, 
1797' 379 View of the British and Spanish 
fleets, commanded by Sir 
John Jervis, K.CB. 
1799. 351 The Director, Captain Bligh, 
coming up and engaging the 
Vryhied, Admiral de Winter, 
in the action off Camper- 
down, on the nth of Octo- 
ber, 1797. 
853 The Director, Captain Bligh, 
raking the Vryhied, Admiral 
de Winter, in the engage- 
ment off Camperdown, Oct. 
II, 1797. 
862 The Director, Captain Bligh, 
and Vryhied, Admiral de 
Winter, at the conclusion of 
the action off Camperdown, 
Oct. II, 1797. 

S, Outer, 441, Strand, 
1802. 463 A calm. 

565 A fresh breeze. 
J, Oiven, 

10, Surrey side of 

Westminster Bridge, 
1807. 442 Boats in a heavy sea. 

OWEN, T. E Architect. 

1843. 1248 French Protestant church, St. 
Martin's Le Grand. 

OWEN, William, P.A Painter. 

At Mr, Cation's, Gate Street, 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, 

1792. 379 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 

Jukes,) 
625 View of Ludford Bridge, 
Shropshire. 

1793. 18 Portrait of a clergyman. 

29 do. lady of quality. 

{Lady Dowager Clive, some- 
times called Lady Down- 
shire,) 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



33 



1793- 



1794. 



I79S- 



1796. 



1797. 



1798. 



1799. 



1800. 



66 Portrait of a clergyman. 

Hodges.) 
189 Portrait of a lady. 
Clark.) 

211, Piccadilly. 
69 Portraits of a gentleman and 

his daughters. 
2x5 Portrait of a lady. 
185 do. gentleman. 

2 Study of a boy. 
129 Portrait of a young lady. 
178 Venus; a sketch. 
210 Portrait of a lady. 
224 A Bacchante. 

5, Coventry Street^ Haymarket. 
37 Portrait of a lady. 
64 A View of Hawardine castle — 

Flintshire. 
162 A portrait 

250 Portrait of an artist. (Owen.) 
428 do. a lady. 
13 Portraits of ladies. (The two 

Misses Leajes.) 
120 Portrait of an old lady. (Mrs. 

Hcnves.) 
168 Portrait of a boy. (Master 

Howes.) 
191 Portrait of a boy. 
727 View near Brosulstairs, Isle of 
Thanet. 

51, Leicester Square. 
19 Lady Hardwick and Lord 

Royston. 
27 Lady Strange. 
82 The Lord Chancellor. (Lord 
Loughborough^ 

86 The Lord Warden of the 

Cinqueports. ( William Pitt.) 
223 Miss Roberts. 
263 Mrs. Gibson. 
653 Mr. Scott. 

690 Cottage child; from nature. 

691 Sir T. Strange. 
734 Mr. Anstruther. 

so Mrs. and Master Ruse. 
54 Mr. Townley. 
71 Mrs. Wolff. 

87 Portrait of a lady and son. 

204 Mrs. Hunter. 
213 Mr. Ruse, 
227 Mrs. Gibson. 

141 Lady Margaret Fordyce. 
634tMiss Biggs, of Drury I^ne 
Theatre. 

13 Master M. P. Ricketts. 

14 Master F. P. Ricketts. 
50 Miss Cooper. 

205 The Bishop of Ely. 

James Yorke.) 
337 Mr. Dennett. 



(Mr. 


1800. 


534 

743 


(Mrs. 


i8oi. 


35 



(Hon. 



1802. 



1803. 



1804. 



1805. 



1806. 



VI. 



Mrs. Touse. 

Mr. C. Plowden. 

The beggar's daughter of Bed> 
nail-green. "His reverend 
lockes, In comeley curls did 
wave, etc" 

Portraits of Mrs. Townley, Miss 
Townley, and Master Poyntz 
Townley. 

Mr. C. Byfield. 

Mr. Heathcote. 

Miss Dollman. 

Mr. E. Dollman. 

Mr. J. Dollman. 

Mr. Hunter. 

Lieut. -General Sir R. Laurie, 
Bart. 

A sleeping girl. 

Mrs. R. Westmacott. 

Mr. Townley. 

Mrs. Wilson and Miss Mein. 

The school-mistress. "In every 
village mark'd with little 
spire, etc." — Shenstone. 

Mrs. Evans of Bengal. 

Mrs. Robinson. 

Portrait of an officer. 

Miss Hunter. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

Mrs. Smith and Mrs. Mein. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Mr. Cress well. 

Mrs. Brooks. 

Mr. and Mrs. Rolls. 

M. Lewis, Esq. 

Miss K. Mein and Mrs. Pat- 
terson. 
189 Miss Bough ton. 
198 B^gars. " Hard is the fate of 

th' infirm and poor." 
345 The Cottage door. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 
14 A sleeping boy. 
35 J. Soane, Esq., R.A. 
48 Admiral Lord Keith. 
95 Mrs. Hunter. 
109 The Hon. Miss Drummond. 

123 C. Idle, Esq., and family. 
255 Mrs. S toner. 

285 Mr. J. and Mr. G. Soane. 

(Elected R.A.) 
43 Mr. Salomon. 

124 Mr. F. Fowke. 

1 38 Portrait of the Common Ser- 
jeant. (Newman Knowlys.) 

220 The children in the wood. 

242 Portraits of the grandchildren 
of Sir W. Heathcote. 

418 Mrs. T. Dibdin. 

420 Mr. Maddox. 

F 



2*5 



240 
*93 
533 
663 
664 
672 

45 

100 
112 

«75 
207 
369 



407 

I 

3* 
100 
264 
269 

S<4 
699 
718 

I 

33 

122 



34 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Owen, William, R.A, — continued, 

1806. 431 Miss Ross. 

1807. 23 Sir W. Heathcote, Bart. 
27 Harry Lancelot Lee, Esq. 
69 Mrs. C. Cotton and son. 

82 Lord William Russell's young- 
est daughter. 

168 Girl at the spring. 
195 Master Northage. 
201 Mr. Robins. 

207 The road side — peasants rest- 
ing. 

1808. 56 Lady Leicester. 

62 The fortune-teller, with the 
portrait of a lady. " Whilst 
black-ey'd Susan ply'd her 
murmuring task, etc." 

75 Lady Heathcote. 

169 Mrs. Lovell. 

179 Miss Heathcote. 
224 G. Ward, Esq. 

235 Sir R. Salisbury, Bart., M.P. 
601 Portraits of a lady and her in- 
fant son . 

1809. 8 Lady Kensington. 

48 Mrs. Parker. 

78 Dowager Lady Beaumont. 
88 The Hon. Mrs. Cowper. 
125 The Hon. Georgiana Howard, 
daughter of Lord Morpeth. 

188 Cottage door — summer even- 

ing. 
332 The Hon. A. Phipps. 
492 Mrs. Howland. 
(Portrait painter to H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales. 

1810. 4> Lord Wriothesley Russell. 

80 Portrait of a lady and her 

attendant. 
131 Lady Lovaine. 
165 Lady Ann Ashley. 
177 Lady Frances Pratt. 
181 The Hon. Stewart Wortley. 

189 Countess Cowper. 
396 Lord F. Spencer. 

181 1. 44 The Dean of Westminster. 

{William Vincent.) 

49 The Bishop of Durham. {Shute 

Barrington,) 
80 The Marquis of Stafford. 
134 C. Jackson, D.D., F.R.S., late 

Dean of Christ Church. 
140 Lady Leicester. 
175 The Archbishop of York. {Dr. 
Vernon.) 

236 The Bishop of London. {John 

Randolph. 

181 2. 6 The Rev. D. Bell. Painted at 

the request of his Indian 
pupils. 



181 2. 38 Mr. Baron Thompson. 


66 Lord Grenville. 


n9 J. W. Croker, Esq., M.P. 


121 The Lord Chancellor. {Lord 


Eldon.) 


174 Mrs. Flint. 


1813. 27 Capt. Sir C. Cole, R.N. 


64 The Bishop of London. {Dr. 


Hawley.) 


85 The Hon. H. Fox. 


86 Lady Brownlow. 


121 The Rt. Hon. W. W. Pole. 


1 3 5 Portrait of the Pindar of Colcor- 


ton; a study from nature. 


136 General the Rt. Hon. Sir D. 


Dundas. 


164 The Rt. Hon. Sir W. Scott. 


18 14. 77 Lord Chief Justice Gibbs. 


124 H.R.H. the Duke of Cumber- 


land. 


130 The Hon. Lady Warrender. 


182 The Earl of Ashbumham. 


193 The Rt. Hon. Sir J. NichoU. 


267 Miss Hoare. 


181 5. 5 The Primate of Ireland. {Lord 


Somerton.) 


45 W. Praed, Esq. 


59 The Rt. Hon. N. Vansittart, 


Chancellor of the Exchequer. 


71 The Duke of Montrose. 


128 Sir J. Radcliff, Bart. 


149 The late Lord Mayor. {Sir W. 


Domville.) 


287 Portraits of three of the sons 


of G. Udney, Esq., of Cal- 


cutta. 


291 Portrait of a lady. 


18 16. 16 The Earl of Cassillis. 


72 Portrait of a lady. 


98 The Duke of Grafton. 


130 B. Long, Esq. 


137 Mrs. Ellison. 


167 Sir L. W. Holmes, Bart., 


M.P. 


313 Mrs. H. Clive. 


318 The Rev. Phineas Pett, D.D. 


181 7. 16 The Marquis of Graham. 


43 Earl Fitzwilliam. 


83 The Countess of Cassillis. 


109 Hugh Leycester, Esq. 


180 The Earl of Bridgewater. 


206 Earl Verulam. 


294 Major-General Hamilton. 


350 A. Strahan, Esq., M.P. 


1818. 73 The Bishop of Peterborough. 


{John Parsons.) 


79 The Bishop of London. {Dr. 


Hawley.) 


107 Mrs. Charles Baseley. 


147 Mr. and Mrs. Claude Scott. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



35 



1818. 170 The Hon. HerveyBagot, second 

son of Lord Bagot. 

185 Sir C. Morgan, Bart. 

299 Rev. Dr. Isham, late Warden 
of All Souls College, Ox- 
ford. 

324 Mrs. Butler Claxton. 

33, Bruton Street, 

18 19. 92 Lord Chief Justice Abbott. 
93 Portrait of a lady. 

114 J. O. Parker, Esq., of Chelms- 
ford. Painted at the request 
of the clergy of the Arch- 
deaconries of Middlesex, 
Essex, and Colchester. 

130 The Bishop of St. David's. 
(Thomas Burgess,) 

142 The Duchess of Buccleuch. 

170 J. Sparrow, Esq., of Bishton, 
Staffordshire. 

201 Sir Thomas Dyke Acland, Bart. 

352 Admiral Viscount Exmouth. 

1820. 78 The Duke of Atholl. 

193 The Right Hon. Charles j 
Bagot. I 

203 Eb. Maitland, Esq. 

212 J. Mitford, Esq. 

274 Cupid. " That very time I saw | 
Flying between the cold i 
moon and the earth Cupid I 
all arm'd." 



1821. 79 The Earl of Pembroke. 

146 Henry Collingwood Selby, Esq. 



1822. 79 The late Bishop of Oxford 
( Wii/iam Jackson,) 

1824. 74 The Bishop of Durham. {Hon, 
Shute Barrington,) 

OWEN, William Architect. 

Warrington, 

1 89 1. 1906 New Bank, Wigan — Parr's 

Banking Company. 

OWEN (William) and SEGAR. 

Architects. 

Cairo Street Chambers^ 

Warrington, 

1 90 1. 1655 Technical Institute, Warring- 

ton. 

1902. 1587 Church, Port Sunlight. 

1903. 1484 Hostehry, Haydock, Lanca- 

shire. 

OWTRAM, Robert L Painter. 

Rylston^ South Beckenham. 

1892. 51 Rev. William Bury. 
10 1 1 Scraps. 

1894. 122 Portrait of a gentleman. 
635 A vagabond. 

761 Cornflowers. 

80, Croydon Road^ Beckenham* 

1895. 553 Sirjohn Evans, K.C.B.,D.C.L., 

Treasurer Royal Society. 
Addison Hall^ 

West Kensington. 
1 90 1. 279 Miss Norah Nicolas. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PACE, Ion ... Stained Glass Painter. 
2, Duke Street, Adelphi, 

1186 Window: "Annunciation." 

1 135 Window to Rev. Dr. Raleigh. 

1 149 Sketch for mural painting. 

1 1 94 Window, City Temple: the 
Good Samaritan. 

1824 Window, Rougham Church. 

1725 do. to Lady F. Chaplin. 

17 16 Window: Woman healed by 

touching our Lord's garment. 

252, Fulham Road, 

1949 Window; Her Majesty's Jubi- 
lee. 

181 1 Design for a window. 

1707 Window, Blackburn Church. 

1482 do. St. Mary's Priory 
Church, Fulham Road. 

17 13 Window: Abraham, Moses, and 
Elijah. 

PACE, Percy Currall Painter. 

Meadcroft, Redhill. 
1897. 819 Chestnuts. 

Loxwoody Billinghurst, Sussex. 

1902. 457 The farmer's daughter. 

1903. 48 The sons of Vulcan. 

PACK, F. Christopher Painter. 

C. Pack, 22, Duke St., Adelphi. 

1786. 405 A portrait of himself. 

John Street, Adelphi. 

1787. 28 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Tasker,) 

48 Ml 

1796. 



1880. 
1881. 

1883. 

1885. 
1886. 
1887. 



1889. 

1891. 
1892. 
1895. 

1896. 



PADDAY, 


1890. 


1409 


1891. 


416 




1425 




1663 


1892. 


371 


1895. 


518 


1898. 


304 


1899. 


260 


1900. 


580 




1037 


1901. 


450 


1902. 


129 


1903. 


114 




639 


1904. 


33 



48 Mr. Pack. 



17, Haymarket. 
an artist. {Mr. 



1822. 
1840. 



291 Portrait of 
Pack.) 

320 Gonganebarra, the source of 
the river Lee, Ireland. 

386 One of the Society of Quakers, 
aged eighty-three. (Mrs. 
Pack.) 

430 Edward the First, when Prince 
of Wales, escaping from 
Salisbury, is rescued by 
Mortimer. — Hum^s Eng- 
land. 

34, Newman Street. 

164 T. Madden of Dublin, aged 
loi years. 

20, Hadlow Street. 

232 Contemplation. 

1057 Portrait of the artist, painted in 
the year 1787. 



Charles M Painter. 

53, Wharton Road, Kensington. 

Mxjtx rain. 

4, Margravine Studios. 
Loading timber on the Vistula. 
The Quay, Cancale, Normandy. 
Out of the wind. 
A Baltic timber port. 

Bosham, Sussex. 
Bound for the Cape. 
The pilot boat. 
Marooned. 
Worsted. 
Cribbage. 

Back from the Indies. 
The home<omingof Charles II. 
Bass fishing in Chichester Har- 
bour. 
Across the ferry. 
Discussing her lines. 



PADGETT, William Painter. 

Po^s Gardens, Twickenham. 

1 88 1. 249 Drying a net. 

The Wilderness, Mosley Park, 
Hampton Court. 

1882. 206 Evening. 

57, Bedford Gardens. 

1883. 236 A new Endymion. 

1887. 468 Winter on the Marsh. 
948 The gleaner's camp-fire. 

1888. 168 The old Mill. 
1890. 1235 Cumberland. 

1892. 345 The shepherd's sweet lot. 
702 The Willows. 

1894. 514 The shepherd on the dunes. 
1132 In Flanders. 

1895. 909 Twixt sun and moon. 

1896. 1150 On the Sussex Downs. 
1898. 1057 Slaughden Quay, Suffolk. 

PADMORB, William Pinder. 

Architect. 
19, Seymour Street. 
1843. i^>3 Design for a marine bath house. 
1257 Magdalen College Tower, Ox- 
ford. 

PAGANI, Luigi Sculptor. 

Milan. 
1870. 1 176 Bride in the costume of Lom- 

bardy; marble. 
1872. 1509 Nelusco. 
1 5 10 Selika. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pagani, Luigi — continued, 

1872. 1532 Luigia Sanfelice di Napoli; 

marble statuette. 

1873. 1512 Lucia Mondello. 

1513 Una popolana di Roma. 

27, Via Moscava. I 
1880. 1586 A dull page; statue, marble. I 

PAGE, Painter. 

At Mr, Harraden's^ 

Great Newport Street, 

1799. 493 Mrs. Eliza Woodcock of Imp- 

ington, who was buried eight 

days and nights in snow and 

dug out alive. 

PAGE, Flood Painter. 

1863. 109 (No title in catalogue^ 
656 A runaway marriage. 

18, Lodo7vick Terrace^ 

Regent's Park, 

1864. 334 T. Baring, Esq., M.P. 

PAGE, G Sculptor. 

1841. 143 The esquire. 

36, Queen St., Camden Town, 

1848. 1429 A girl with a lyre. 

19, Albert Street^ 

Regent's Park, 

1849. 1203 Lady rescued by her brothers. 
1244 Statuette of a child. 

PAGE, George Gordon Architect. 

3, Adelphi Terrace, 
1864. 805 Carlisle Bridge, Dublin. 

4, Great James Street, W,C, 
1880. 1 1 94 Skeldergate Bridge, over the 
River Ouse at York. 

PAGE, Henry Sculptor. 

16, Mornington Road, 

1889. 2092 Jenny; relief. 

2184 William Page, Esq. ; medallion, 
bronze. 

2186 Jerome K. Jerome, Esq.; me- 
dallion, bronze. 

1890. 21 12 Mr. W. J. Mackay; medallion, 

bronze. 
21 1 3 Mrs. W. J. Mackay; medallion, 
bronze. 

1 89 1. 2057 John T. Nettleship, Esq.; me- 

dallion. 

2066 George Moore, Esq.; medal- 
lion, bronze. 

2070 H. Arthur Kennedy, Esq.; 
medallion, bronze. 

1892. 1885 The late Sir Richard F. Burton; 

medallion, bronze. 



1892. 1925 Design for lid of a casket; 
medallion, bronze. 
1995 Lewis F. Day, Esq.; medallion, 
bronze. 

PAGE, H. F Painter. 

I, Keppel PlacCy B romp ton, 

1858. 127 Expectation. 

1859. 409 A parting word, Alvido, South- 

ern Italy. 
i860. 400 The discovery. 



PAGE, Henry Maurice Painter. 

17a, Radnor Place, Hyde Park, 
22 A well-stocked larder. 
1485 Sport from loch and moor. 
212 Rival beauties. 
210 Startled. 
94 Winged. 
385 Field flowers. 
1065 Fleurs de France. 
Kentwins Studios, 

Oakfield, West Croydon, 
1887. 336 Blooms of dark November. 
610 A winter's eve. 
138 Alarmed. 
218 On the flight. 



1879. 
1880. 
1881. 
1882. 
1883. 
1885. 
1886. 



1888. 
1890. 



PAGE, Henry W Medalist. 

1 6, Nelson Square, Blackfriars, 
1902. 1625 Case of portrait medals. 
1904. 1779 Case of medals. 

1790 Medal to commemorate the 
Durbar. 

PAGE, Miss Margaret Painter. 

4, Garden Studios, 

Manresa Road, 
1904. 617 The rainbow. 

PAGE, Miss P Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1 8 16. 507 Flowers and fruit; from 

nature. 

18 1 7. 738 Flowers; from nature. 

1818. 73« Fruit. 

1819. 587 Flowers and fruit; from 

nature. 

PAGE, P. F Architect. 

At Mr, Good's, 

Hatton Garden, 
1 8 14. 705 Design for a Villa. 

67, Dean Street, Soho, 

1 81 6. 904 Design for a mansion. 

At Mr, Good's, 

78, Hatton Garden, 

1817. 961 Design for a mansion. 

14, King's Rd,, Bedford Row, 
1819. 1092 Design for a church. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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PAGE, Richard Charles ... Architect. 
1 8, Buckingham Street^ Strand, 
1880. 1 192 Over Darwen Town Hall. 



PAGE, Robert Painter. 

Great Claxton^ Essex. 

1 88 1. 882 The old hedger. 

1882. 1438 The sand carter— on the Essex 

coast. 
i486 Noonday rest. 

1883. 78 Waiting for an answer. 
1503 Lost sheep. 

1884. 58 "Which hand will you have?" 
1633 Robert Burns, November, 1 785. 

"The best laid schemes o' 
mice an' men Gang aft a- 
glay." 

1885. 461 The last one. 

1887. 430 Childhood of Sir Walter Scott, 
etc. 
456 Passing away. 
1889. 437 Essex calves. 

PAGE, S Architect. 

1803. 950 A design; for a gentleman in 
Kent. 

PAGE, Miss Sara. 

Miniature Painter. 
16, Avenue Niel^ Paris. 
* 1892. T124 Elsie. 

1893. 1 1 39 Miss Ellen Wells. 

6, Rue de Belloy^ Paris. 

1894. 611 Miss Elsie Page. 
1896. 1042 Harmony in blue. 

83, Rue Perronet^ Neuilly^ 

Seine, France. 

1 90 1. 1247 The Princess. 

1902. 1 1 14 La Bella. 



PAGE, S. H Sculptor. 

5, EccUston Street East. 
1 85 1. 1362 Model of a bust of a lady. 



PAGE, T Architect. 

2, Middle Scotland Yard. 
1851. 315 SuspensionbridgeoverThames, 
near Chelsea Hospital. 
Taiver Cressy, Campden Hill. 

1857. 1087 The Albert Bridge, Windsor. 

Whitehall Yard. 

1858. 10 1 7 New Westminster Bridge. 

Engineer's Office, 

Westminster Bridge. 
i860. 689 Bridge over the Golden Horn, 
Constantinople, etc. 



1862. 875 Blackfriars Bridge. 

1863. 896 Tower Bridge over Thames, 

etc. 
904 The Lendal Bridge on the river 
Ouse at York. 

PAGE, W Painter. 

Kentish Town. 
1 81 6. 696 Vale of Llanwrst, North Wales. 
786 Gwyddelwem, North Wales. 

23i Argyle Street. 

1824. 893 Fountain of Azal, Dgiamici, or 

of Ybrahim Bey Oglon, Con- 
stantinople. 

1825. 471 Fountain of Babhoumayoun or 

Sublime Porte, Constanti- 
nople. 

550 Fountain of Tophana, Con- 
stantinople. 

977 The Erechtheion on the Acro- 
polis at Athens. 

1826. 871 The Parthenon, Athens. 

3, Argyle Street. 

1838. 1 106 East side of the Temple of 

Jupiter Olympus, Athens. 
1 121 Temple of Jupiter Olympus, 
the Acropolis, and Par- 
thenon. 

1839. 645 Hawes Water. 

1058 Mill near Hawes Water. 
1204 The Parthenon, Athens. 

3, Ulster Place. 

1840. 105 1 Monument of Philopapos, 

Athens. 

1 84 1. 1106 The Parthenon, Athens, west 

part, etc. 

1842. 891 Ruins of the Amphitheatre at 

Pergamos, Asia minor. 
1054 Interior of the Parthenon, 
Athens, etc. 

1843. ^n Street of ancient palaces of the 

Knights, Isle of Rhodes. 
1 195 Temple of Jupiter Olympus. 

Rome. 
i860. 411 Portrait of a lady. 

PAGET, Lord C Sculptor. 

1, Hyde Park Street. 
1 87 1. 1 194 Portrait of an admiral. 

PAGET, Miss Elise Painter. 

Wood Ridings, Pinner. 

1878. 754 " If to her share some female 

errors fall. Look on her face, 

and you'll forget them all." 

—Pope. 

2, Colville Mansions. 
1888. 1164 Trafalgar Square on a Winter's 

day. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PAGET, H 

1879. 396 

1881. 52 

207 



1884. 313 

1885. 499 



937 



1886. 


85 




119 




317 


1887. 
1888. 


457 
968 

435 




1216 


1889. 
1890. 
1892. 


553 

73« 

"5*3 




«5*4 




»5»5 



. M Painter. 

1 7, Fitzroy Street, 

Enid and Geraint. " And Enid 
woke, and sat beside the 
couch, etc." — Tennyson, 

H. W. Rickatson, Esq. 

Buondelmonti's bride. "Buon- 
delmonti, to repair a family 
feud, had pledged himself 
to marry the daughter of his 
enemy, but broke his faith, 
on his wedding morning, 
when he saw a beautiful girl 
of the house of Donati, and 
taking her to the church, 
married her in spite of his 
previous contract. The en- 
raged Amidei slew him on 
the spot, and the newly- 
made bride, with her hus- 
band's head in her lap, was 
borne in procession through 
the city by her own friends, 
to rouse the sympathies and 
indignation of the people." 

I, The Orchard, Bedford Park, 

Circe. 

The Rev. J. Franck Bright, 
D.D., Master of University 
College, Oxford. 

Orlando's adventure with the 
fairy Morgana. "Orlando, 
to deliver his friends from 
enchantment, enters the 
garden of Morgana, and 
Snds the fairy dancing and 
singing to the victims she 
holds imprisoned in the 
crystal rock, and proclaim- 
ing that the only way to 
vanquish her is to seize her 
by the hair which grows 
from her forehead."— jff<7- 
jardo. 

The Rev. Canon Liddon. 

Mrs. York Powell. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Mrs. Poole King. 

Portrait group. 

Mrs. Godsell. 

Scene from Dr. Todhunter's 
Greek play, "Helena in 
Troas," as produced at 
Hengler's Circus, June, t886. 

Mrs. Winifred Emery. 

Gudbrand Vigfusson, Ph.D. 

Illustration to " Phra the Phoe- 
nician." 

do. do. 

do. do. 



1894. 141S Six illustrations to "Quentin 
Durward." 
1456 A boxing contest. 

PAGET, Sidney Painter. 

19, Lloyd Square, 

1879. 55" A family portrait. 
606 In Morecambe Bay. 

1880. 997 A portrait. 

1 88 1. 988 Under the hill. 

1882. 6 The only way. 

75 Shadows on the path. 
713 Below lock — Hurley - on - 
Thames. 

36, Great Ormond Street, 
487 Isaac Butler, Esq. 
181 Mrs. E. H. Ledward. 
290 Robert Paget, Esq. 
123 Dr. R. F. Weymouth. Presenta- 
tion portrait, 

1 1, Holland Park Road. 

Mrs. Chas. Van Raalte. 

Lancelot and Elaine. "And 

when the maid had told him 

all the tale, etc." — Tennyson, 

Braziers, Chipperfield, 

Kin^s Langley. 
Outcast. 
296 Sir William Henry Wills, Bart. 
305 Mrs. Sidney Paget. 
The Hawthorns, 

Church End, Finchley, 
470 Frank Dethridge, Esq., late 
Town clerk of Paddington. 



1884. 
1885. 

1887. 



T890. 
1891. 



1899. 
1901. 
1902. 



1903. 



307 
164 



557 



PAGET, Walter Painter. 

19, Lloyd Square, 

1884. 1604 The model; the only view left. 

1885. 1887 Design for decoration. 

2, Queen^s Road Studios, N, IV. 

1886. 1489 Spring. 

PAGET. See Goddard and Paget, 
voi. iii, page 255. 

PAICE, Bowes A Architect. 

9, George Street, 

Hanover Square, 
1883. 1189 Lowder Memorial, Clergy 
House, London Docks. 

PAICE, George Painter. 

83, Wanuick Street^ Pimlico, 
1 88 1. 440 Waiting. 
1883. 153 Still life. 
167 do. 

47, Croydon Grove, Croydon, 
1885. 765 The haunt of the moorhen. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



41 



physician, 
gentleman, 
lady, 
do. 
gentleman. 



{Mr. 



1888. 4*9 " Tis weary waiting here.** 

1889. Ill The old breakwater. 

Pytchley Cottage, 

Warrington Road, Croydon, 
1897. aoi Well-earned repose. 

PAILLOU, Peter. 

Miniature Painter. 
9, WJute Lion Row, Islington. 

1786. 31a Portrait of a physician. 
317 do. gentleman. 
327 do. lady. 

34a do. do. 

1787. 273 Frame with six miniatures. 

(Miss Egerton, Miss Dunn, 
Mr, W, Paget, Mrs, Master, 
and Lord Paget.) 

66, Harley Street. 
Frame with seven miniatures. 
Portrait of a young nobleman, 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
Brodie,) 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. do. {Mr, Astie.) 

do. do. {Cot. Bath.) 

Mary Queen of Scots. 
I, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 
Portrait of a young gentleman. 

do. lady. 

Nine portraits. {Mr. Shee, Mr. 
Johnson, Miss F. Wagstaff, 
Mr. Astle, Mrs. Smith, Mr. 
Brattenen, Sir W. Kep- 
pereal, Capt, Hayward, Mr. 
Smith.) 
Eight portraits. {Col. Greville, 
Mr. Fawkes, Rev. Mr. Ellis, 
Miss Gordon, Mad. du Thu, 
Mrs. Smure, etc.) 
frame with ten miniatures. 
{General Vernon, Mr, 
Brookes, Mrs. H. Vernon, 
Mr. Riddel, Miss Vernon, 
Mrs, de Bath, Miss Gregory, 
Mr, Harrison, and Mr, 
Bacon,) 
Portraits of Mrs. Nares, Mrs. 
Wjnin, Mr. Wynn, a lady, 
Mr. Thompson, Mr. Butler, 
Major Pascal. 
Portrait of W. Curtis, Botanist. 
Portraits of Mrs. Vernon, a lady 
and gentleman, Mrs. Low, 
Dr. Spence, and two gentle- 
men. 

VI. 



1788. 


283 


1789. 


347 


1790. 


321 




334 


I79I. 


280 




3«6 




343 




347 


1792. 


252 


1793- 


449 




475 


1794. 


501 




S06 


1795- 


457 



1796. 630 



1797. 988 A 



1 798. 892 



1799. 696 

1800. 846 



PAIN, G. R Architect. 

I, Diana Place, New Road. 
724 Design for a bath. 
823 do. cathedral. 

867 do. church. 

880 Henry the Fifth's chantry, 

Westminster Abbey. 
690 Design for a church in St. 

Marylebone. 



1810. 
1812. 
1813. 



1814. 



PAIN, Robert Tucker Painter. 

The Lodge, Frimley, Surrey, 

1866. 437 The stream from Llyn Cae 

Cader Idris, North Wales. 

1867. 644 Spring near the New Forest. 
786 Evening — barley field near 

Criccreth, North Wales. 
5, Victoria Street, Westminster, 
1870. 554 Evening — Domleschy Valley, 

Switzerland. 
1872. 193 Morning — River Otter, Devon- 
shire. 

Snowdenham, Guildford, 
1876. 911 Ben Laoghal, from Castle 
Varrick, Sutherlandshire. 

Architect. 

— Pain. 
View of Portland Place. 
W. Pain, 

I, Diana Place, 

Fitzrqy Square. 
Design for a gothic church, 
do. public bath, 

do. villa in the gothic 

style. 
Design for a cottage. 

do. triumphal bridge, 

in commemoration of the 
glorious achievements of our 
naval and military heroes, 
and an improvement to the 
port of London. 

1807. 1019 Design for a mansion in the 

Gothic style. 

1808. 998 Design foragentleman'scountry 

seat 

1809. 807 Design for a church. 

PAINE, James Architect. 

Salisbury Street, Strand, 
1783. 391 Elevation of a .stone bridge 
erected across the Thames 
at Chertsey, in lieu of the 
old timber bridge, with a 
view of the beautiful grounds 
of Wooborn place, and 
Chertsey meads. 



PAIN, 


W. 


1798. 


988 


1802. 
1803. 
1805. 


936 
956 
73* 


1806. 


733 
790 



42 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Paine, James— continued, 

1783. 393 Elevation of the stone bridge 
now building across the 
Thames at Walton in Surrey, 
in lieu of the present timber 
bridge, with a view of Oatland 
Park, towards the Thames. 
43 3 Elevation of a new stone bridge 
(in lieu of the present timber 
one), now building across the 
Thames from Brentford to 
Kew, with a view of the river 
and the shores on both sides. 

PAINE, James, Junr Architect. 

C/p/er Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place, 
1 781. 446 An idea of a geometrical eleva- 
tion for a national monument 
to the late Earl of Chatham. 
1783. 357 Elevation of a court in a prison, 
being part of a design for a 
penitentiary house. 
North End, Hammersmith, 
1788. 459 Design for an intended stone 
bridge across Loughfoyle at 
Derry in Ireland. 

PAINE, J. D .Architect. 

39, High Street, Bloomsbury, 
1828. 972 West elevation of St. Pancras 
church, from actual ad- 
measurement. 
1000 Design for the new Droit house, 
and entrance to the prom- 
enade, Margate, etc. 
1834. 893 Design for a Royal Exchange 
(gained the gold medal at 
the Royal Academy in 1833.) 
57, Lincoln* s Inn Fields, 
1836. 975 Church at Newark on Trent, 

Notts. 
1837- 99* Terminus of the St. Petersburgh 
and Zurskogeselo Railways, 
etc. 
1005 Westminster and Greenwich 

Railway, etc. 
1060 Bird's-eye view of the West- 
minster and Greenwich Rail- 
way taken from above the 
summit of the Duke of 
York's column. 
1 1 17 Design for a Royal Exchange. 
(Gained Gold medal of the 
Royal Academy, December 
loth, 1833.) 
1838. 1096 Edinburgh, Leith and New- 
haven Railway; view of the 
bridge across the water of 
Leith, etc. 



1218 



1839. 1153 
1158 



1840. 


940 




966 




1015 


I84I. 


1074 



1838. 1 1 05 Westminster and Greenwich 
Railway ; the terminus at the 
foot of Westminster Bridge, 
Surrey side. 

Westminster and Greenwich 
Railway Bridge crossing 
Kent Road, near New Cross. 

Church in Hampshire. 

Westminster and Greenwich 
Railway Bridge across the 
Westminster Road. 
1 165 Westminster and Greenwich 
Railway bridge across the 
Kennington Road. 

Grammar school, Dagenham, 
Essex. 

Design for the Royal Exchange 
as it would appear from the 
Mansion House. (Here fol- 
lows a long description,) 

The residence of Henry 
Fownes, Esq., Battersea, etc. 

Osterley Park Estate belonging 
to the Earl and Countess of 
Jersey. Design for laying out 
the same for villas, etc., etc. 
1075 Design for the Royal Exchange; 
Interior of the Hall of Com- 
merce, etc. 

1842. 1039 Design for the Royal Exchange. 
1 105 Lighthouse on the Goodwin 

Sands. 

1843. 1333 Osterley Park Estate belonging 

to the Earl and Countess of 
Jersey, etc., etc. 

PAIRPOINT, Miss Nellie M. 

Painter. 
139, Stockwell Park Road, 
1897. 835 Village smithy, horses. 

8, Royal Parade, Blackheath, 
1904. 717 A whaling wharf — noon time. 

PAIRPOINT, T. J Embosser. 

7, Green St,, Leicester Square, 
1857. ^74 Hector and Andromache, from 
the antique; embossed in 
silver. 
675 Virgin and child, from Michael 
Angelo; embossed in silver. 
1 86 1. 1066 Group of boys, after Bartolozzi. 
1863. 1108 Oberon. "What thou seest, 
when thou dost wake, etc." — 
Midsummer Nighfs Dream, 
1 1 23 Oberon. "Then my queen, in 
silence sad, etc." — Midsum- 
mer Nighfs Dream, 
108, St, PauVs Road, 

Canonbury, 
1869. 1058 Specimens of Embossing. 



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PAKINGTON, Hon. Herbert Perrott 
Murray, now Lord Hampton. 

Painter. 
76, Elm Park Gardens, 

1888. 203 Boccad'Amo. 

1889. 598 Dawn after rain— Boccad'Arno. 
1892. 852 Wild October. 

PALBTHORPE, Miss Mary C. 

Painter. 
9, Colquitt Chambers^ 

LdverpooL 
1900. 967 The gardener's daughter. 

14, Sandon Street^ LiverpooL 
1904. 653 The Canning Dock, Liverpool. 

PALBY (B. G.) and AUSTIN (H. J.). 

Arcnitects. 
1874. 1 112 Mountain churches, Carlisle 
Extension Society. 
1 129 Church at Millom, Cumber- 
land. 

Lancaster, 
1887. 1684 Lower Ince Church, Wigan. 
1775 do. do. do. 

1 89 1. 1829 Church at Waterloo, Lanca- 
shire. 
1882 Church, Sutton, St Helen's. 

PALEY, AUSTIN, and PALEY. 

Architects. 

Ixincaster, 

1895. '46* Chapel, Christ's Hospital 

Schools, Horsham, interior. 

1464 All Saints' Church, Hertford. 

1468 Christ's Hospital, Horsham, 

Dining Hall. 
1483 Christ's Hospital Schools. 

PALBY. See Sharpe (E.) and Paley. 

PALGRAVE, Robert Architect. 

2, Westminster Chambers. 
1865. 812 Church of St. Paul, Bedford. 

PALIN, William Main waring. 

Painter. 

Palace Chambers^ 

9, Bridge Street^ 

1889. 303 Portrait of a young lady. 

32, Victoria Street, 

1890. 22 Miss M. Jefferey. 

1891. 408 George Livesey, Esq., M.LC.E. 

Presentation portrait, 
862 Alice. 

Ormond Cottage^ Milford. 

1892. 440 Calm eventide of life. 
954 Orphans. 



1893. 793 Over the common. 
1069 Children's picnic. 

I, Studios^ Campden Hill Road. 

1896. 153 Fame crowning success. 

1685 Temple of Fame; arched panel 
at the McEwan Hall, Edin- 
burgh University. 

1897. 945 An idyll — twilight. 

1898. 615 The artist's mother. 
983 Reflections. 

404, Fulham Road, 

1899. 290 God's acre. 

1 90 1. 54 The light that never fails. 
596 A. G. Glasgow, Esq. 

1230 The artist's wife. 

1 902. 304 " For these and all thy mercies." 

1903. 250 Tired. 

1904. 771 A Summer afternoon. 

PALLIER, L Painter. 

147, Strand, 
18 1 8. 98 Captain Macbean, Royal Ar- 
tillery. 

PALMER, Miss Ada M. ... Sculptor. 
Claremont House^ Kent, 
1884. 1742 Study of a head. 

Turnout^ s Hall, Chigwell. 

1886. 1 88 1 Going to market; group. 
1 916 Paolo and Francesca. 

1887. 1910 The Pied piper of Hamelin; 

statuette. 

PALMER, Alfred F Painter. 

Canterbury Gate, Sandwich, 

1903. 1353 The Rose. 

30, Auckland Hill, 

West Norwood, 

1904. 285 Herr T. B. Von Voss. 
546 Miss Edith Smith. 

PALMER, Miss Charity Painter. 

48, Charles Street, 

St, John's Wood, 

1852. 1030 Autumn fruit. 

8, Ordnance Row, 

St, John's Wood, 

1853. 856 Piebald pheasant with pewet 

and teal. 
20, Victoria Road, 

Kentish Town, 
1856. 705 Game. 

33, Roxburgh Terrace, 
1858. 784 Spring blossoms. 

PALMER, Miss Charlotte E. 

Painter. 

The Yews, Odiham, 
1877. 761 The hay field. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PALMER, Mrs. Bmmeline A. 

Miniature Painter. 
Giltar, Watford, 

1900. 1454 Mrs. Ricardo Palmer. 

1 90 1. 1 3 10 Gwinifrid B. Palmer. 

PALMER, G. H Architect. 

E, H. Palmer, 

8, Manchester Street. 
1832. 568 Architectural Composition. 
G, H, Palmer, Canal Grove, 
Old Kent Road, 
1835. *°* Interior of St. Peter's church, 
near Margate. 

PALMER, H Painter. 

34, Arundel Street, Strand. 

1828. 498 View of the Oracle at Reading, 

Berks. 
1027 St. Pancras church. 

Reading, Berks. 

1829. 824 Front view of the Abbey Gate, 

Reading, Berks. 

PALMER, Miss H Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 80 1. 123 Landscape. 



Harry Sutton Painter. 

108, Brecknock Road, 

Tufnell Park. 
Partridge and Starling. 
Dead Wood-pigeon. 
Chaffinch and linnet. 
Chaffinches. 
On the Teign near Chagford. 

30, Golden Square. 
A Wood scene, Shaugh, Devon. 
A courtyard, Cairo. 
Newlyn, Penzance, and 

30, Golden Square. 
Wind on a Common. 
Sutton Palmer, 

30, Golden Square. 
A Village Scene near Cairo. 
2, Hillmarten Road, 

Camden Town. 
Hayes Common, Kent. 
A quiet day on the Thames. 
A shady corner, Esher. 
In the meadows — ^Arundel. 
10, Newton Grove, 

Bedford Park. 
A Surrey Common. 

do. do. 
Silver Birches, Surrey. 
Near Barnard Castle, York- 
shire. 
On the Arun, near Arundel. 



PALMER, 


1870. 
1871. 

1872. 


641 
681 
768 

714 
869 


1874. 


769 
883 


1875. 


761 


1877. 


894 


1878. 

1879. 
1880. 


701 
883 
696 

688 


1900. 


1 107 




1332 


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929 


1903. 


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1904. 


1035 



PALMER, John Painter. 

Holbrook Villa, 

33, Finchley Road. 
1887. 825 The virtuoso's ante-chamber. 

PALMER, John W Painter. 

23, Cressida Road, Highgate. 
1899. 1 195 Sweet Innocence. 
1203 In fancy dress. 

PALMER, Miss M Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 82 1. 547 The Corsair. "He slept in 
calmest seeming, etc." 

PALMER, Miss Maude C. 

Miniature Painter. 
Pilot View, Gorey, Jersey. 
1903. 1254. A study. 
1167 Marguerite. 

PALMER, Miss Painter. 

Charles Street, Bath. 
1800. 1034 Inside view of Tintem Abbey, 
Monmouthshire. 

PALMER, N Sculptor. 

34, Southampton Row. 
1829. 1 169 Bust of the Rev. Rowland Hill. 
43, Seymour Street. 
1832. 1 1 20 The sketch book. 
2, Barton Place, 

Camden Town. 

1835. 995 Medallic portrait of a lady. 

1836. 978 do. do. gentle- 

man. 
15, Hamilton Plcue, New Rd. 

1837. 1249 Cabinet Statue of H.R.H. the 

Princess Victoria. 

1838. 1330 Bust of a lady. 
1343 do. child. 

18, Southampton Row. 
1840. 1 164 Bust of a gentleman. 
1 176 do. do. 

1842. 1333 Electrotyped medallion of the 

Duke of Wellington. 

1843. 1458 Marble bust — Lavinia. 

1502 do. of a gentleman. 

1844. 1323 Bust of a child. 

PALMER, Samuel, R. W,S. 

Painter and Etcher. 
126, Houndsditch. 

18 1 9. 257 Landscape with ruins. 

259 Cottage scene — Banks of the 

Thames, Battersea. 
414 A study. 

10, Broad Street, Soho Square. 

1820. 185 Wood scene; a study from 

nature. 



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1821. 

1823. 
1824. 

1825. 

1826. 



1829. 



1832. 



1833- 



1834. 



1835. 
1836. 

1837- 



1840. 



1841- 



1842- 



49 A study ^m nature; Batter- 
sea. 

504 Landscape — twilight 
70S Study of a head. 
3S4 A scene ^m Kent 
410 A rustic scene. 
570 Late twilight. 
714 The skirts of a wood. 
849 A rustic scene. 

WicUerkauUy Shoreham. 
516 The deluge; a sketch. 
641 Ruth r^umed from glean- 
ing. 
4, Grave Street^ 

Lisson Graoe^ North, 
493 The sheepfold. 
497 Scene near Shoreham, Kent. 
547 A pastoral scene — twilight. 
605 do. landscape. 
614 A harvest scene. 

516 Landscape — twilight. 
81S Late twilight 

4S The gleaning field. 

64 The harvest moon. 
166 Landscape — twilight 
3S6 Rustic scene. 
6^7 A Kentish scene. 

49 Landscape — evening. 
119 The flock. 
280 The harvest field. 
419 Landscape — twilight 

517 A rustic scene. 

1010 The Cottage Window. 
90 Scene from Lee, North Devon. 
153 The cornfield. 
656 Pistil Mawddach, near Pistil y 

Cain, North Wales. 
553 Near Pont-y-Pandu Mill, 

Bettws-y-Coed, North Wales. 
574 Pistil-y-Cain, North Wales. 
670 Caernarvon Castle, North 

Wales. 
931 The Chudleigh Rocks, North 

Devon. 
1005 Pompeii — the street of the 

tombs. " Where are the gol- 
den roofe? Where those who 

dared to build?" 
677 A street in Rome; drawn on 

the spot 
701 Cattle at the brook — a scene 

at Norton, near Faversham, 

Kent 
1 197 The bay of Baiae. 
183 Landscape, from near Silton 

Dorsetshire. 
896 The Ponte Rotto, Temple of 

Vesta, and Palace of the 

Qesars, Rome. 



Furu Hili House, Red HilL 
1865. 872 Evening pastures ; etching. 

876 "The ploughman homeward 
plods his weary way "; etch- 
ing. 
1873. 1183 The morning of life. 

1296 The morning spread upon the 
mountains. 

PALMER, Mrs. Samuel (formerly 

Miss Hannah Linnell) Painter* 

4, Grove Street, Lisson Grove, 

1840. 544 Tivoli, with the Cascatelli. 

Drawn on the spot 
S45 Study from nature at Papigno, 
near Temi. 

1 84 1. 838 The Monastery of La Trinitk, 

at Corpo di Cava, near 
Ni4)les. 

1842. 655 Rustic bridge at Corpo di Cava, 

near Naples. Drawn upon 
the spot 
947 From the Locanda, at Corpo 
di Cava, near Naples. Drawn 
upon the spot. 

PALMER, T., Junr Architect. 

17, Ahchurch Lane. 

1798. 914 Design for a museum. 
1004 do. church. 

1799. 990 do. do. 

1804. 921 Talworth farm, near Kingston, 
Surrey, the property of T. 
Stanton, Esq. 

PALMER, W Crayon Painter. 

14, Mercer Street, Long Acre. 
203 Portrait of a veteran. 
228 do. student; crayons. 

Ill do. young gentleman. 

113 do. do. 

115 A natural philosopher — candle 
light; a sketch in crayons. 
23, Great Queen Street, 
1788. 154 Portrait of Louisa, the cele- 
brated maid of the haystack. 
See The Tale of Real Woe. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1792. 591 One of the 3rd troop of native 
cavalry belonging to the East 
India Company. 
624 One of Tippoo Saib's horse- 
men. 

2, Rood Lcme. 
1796. 747 Coolies carrying tea. 

PALMER, W Architect. 

1803. 984 Design for a villa. 



1784. 

1785- 
1786. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PALMER, William Painter. 

49, Wellington Road, 

St John's Wood. 
1883. 744 A meadow in Derbyshire. 
1889. 814 Scene on the Tees. 

PALMER, William James ... Painter. 

6, South Crescent, 

Bedford Square, 
1868. 912 Designs illustrating passages in 
"The Bxodk:'-~Tennyson. 
34, Essex Street, Strand, 
1879. 835 Northumberland moors. 

Caerluel, Carlingford Road, 

Hampstead, 
1882. 966 Monte Leone and the Simplon 

Pass. 
1885. 1392 "Call ye this improvement?" 
— Wordsworth, 

PAN ATI, Carlo Sculptor. 

29, Cadogan Terrace, 

1887. 1840 Portrait of a lady; bust, marble. 

46, Via Flaminia, Rome, 

1895. 1629 Mrs. Fetherstonhaugh Framp- 

ton; bust, marble. 

PANCHARD, R Architect. 

Bath, 
1804. 871 Design for a cathedral. 

PANE, J Miniature Painter. 

1797. 1031 Portrait of an artist. 

PANNETT, P. S Architect. 

1839. 12 1 3 Eagle Tavern, City Road. 

PANNINI, N Painter. 

Rome, 
1858. 361 Job and his three friends. 

PANORMO, C Sculptor. 

4, Tottenham Court Rocut, 

1833. 1 1 26 Cupid imploring Venus to re- 

turn him his bow. 
1 143 Bust of Sir Edmund Antrobus. 
1 147 do. Sir Anthony Carlisle. 
1224 do. Lady Mary Leslie. 

1834. 1054 do. Sir Richard Paul Jod- 

drell, Bart. 

PANTON, Alexander Painter. 

176, Great Portland Street, 
1866. 172 Watering in the pool. 

369, Euston Road, 
1 87 1. 1 1 58 Dartford Marshes, Kent. 



1 2, Howland Street, 
1876. 305 "When twilight grey softly 

spreads." 
1878. 462 The evening hour. 

25, Fitzroy Street, 

1885. 486 Frimley Hill, near Farnborough. 

1886. 595 The north side of the Gram- 

pians. 
692 A Summer's evening. 
1888. 88 The heart of Surrey. 

225 Near Staplehurst, Kent. 

PANZETTA, J Sculptor. 

42, Great Titchfield Street, 
1789. 468 A Fountain; Basso Relievo. 
1 79 1. 622 Polyphemus, Acis, and Galatea. 
628 Perseus transforming his 

enemies to stone. 
631 Perseus going to cut off Me- 
dusa's head. 
9, Union Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1802. 960 Part ofa monument for a child. 

" Resigned she sat, etc." 

1048 The mother and her babe; 

from the Greek of Archias. 

" Lyssyp's babe had crawl'd on 

hand and knees. 
Close to the margin of a dizzy 
rock. 



She bar'd her breast, it caught 
the prattler's view, etc." 
1049 British Mars triumphant. 

40, James Street, Lambeth, 
1808. 880 Model of a monument to the 
memory of the Rt. Hon. 
C. J. Fox. 
Artificial Stone Factory, 

lAimbeth, 
1810. 899 Bust of the Rev. W. Jay. 

PAOLETTI, Antonio Silvio. 

Painter. 
c\oJ, P, Mendoza, King Street. 

1886. 558 Melon eaters. 

797 Fresh from the field. 
c\oT,Joy, 

29, Queen Anne Street, 

1887. 996 The antique seller. 

I, Duke Street, St, Jameses, 
1889. 1050 Cherry eaters. 

PAPE, William. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

Aire Street, Leeds, 

1892. 1624 Design for a window, Jesse 

Haworth memorial church, 

Walshaw, near Bury. 



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47 



1892. 1746 Design for a window: Anoint- 
ment of Our Lord. 
1787 Window, Walshaw church. 
1843 do. do. 

PAPENDICK, C Architect. 

Ketv Green, 
1823. 986 Design for a country mansion. 
1825. 881 do. town hall. 

1827. 959 do. public hospital. 

1057 do. national gallery. 

1 83 1. 95* do. do. etc. 

PAPENDRECHT, Jan H. van. 

Painter. 
55, Boomfjes^ Rotterdam, 

1888. 13 Mending clothes in the Royal 

Netherlands Navy. 

1889. 546 Pipers of the Scots Guards 

practising in Hyde Park. 

PAPERA, J. P Sculptor. 

16, Marylebone Street, 

1829. 1187 Bust of a child. 

1830. 1228 Bust of a young lady. 

1831. 1 142 Bust of himself. 

PAPPERITZ, Georg Painter. 

c\o H, Franks 2, Vere Street, 
1886. 180 Herr Hans Rich ter, Mus. Doc, 
Oxon. 
40, Schwanthalerstrassey Munich, 
1888. 650 Grafin von Touflfkirchen. 



PAPWORTH, C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
141 A study from nature. 
708 Master E. S. Gisboume. 

6, Bath Place, New Road, 
63 A cottage near Bedford. 



1802. 
1806. 

1807. 



PAPWORTH, Edgar George, Senr. 

Sculptor. 

29, Alpha Road, 

II II Massacre of the Innocents, etc. 

— Matthew, ii, 16. 
1 125 Infant Hercules. 
1036 Leucothea presenting the scarf 
to Ulysses. 
" Long pressed he heaved be- 
neath the weighty wave 



1832. 

1833. 
1834. 



Swift as a sea-mew springing 

from the flood 
All radiant on the raft the 
Goddess stood, etc." 

— Odyssey. 
1079 Pastoral Apollo. 

Rome, 
1836. 1063 Psyche; a model. 



28, Newman Street, 

1838. 1260 Flora. 

1356 Marble head — Psyche. 

83, Gower Street, 

1839. 1268 The emancipated. Part of a 

centre piece executed in sil- 
ver and presented to the 
Marquis of Sligo by the 
slave population of Jamaica. 

127s The emancipated. Part of a 
centre piece executed in sil- 
ver and presented to the 
Marquis of Sligo by the town 
of Westport. 

131 7 Part of a monument in St. 
George's Church, Camber- 
well. 

1324 Bust of Captain Godfrey Bing 
Webster. 

1840. 108 1 Part of an altar piece. "When 

the wicked man tumeth 
away, etc." — Ezek, xviii, 27. 

1126 Profile of Her Majesty in 
marble. 

1 1 39 Coronation shield; executed in 
silver. 

1 20 1 Cupid and Psyche; in marble. 

1203 Design for the Nelson Monu- 
ment. 

1841. 1147 Ceres. 

1 1 52 Cabinet bust of Sir James Fel- 

lowes, F.R.S. 
1228 Flora. 

1233 Poor little Nell. "No marvel 

at the silence now." 

1234 The contention between the 

Archangel and Satan for the 
body of Moses, eXc.—-/udey 
ver. 9. 

1842. 1300 Lucy Fielding. "She had a 

little spaniel, the companion 
of her infancy, and the last 
mourner at the tomb of his 
youthful mistress . . . and 
when the cold earth had for 
ever closed over her form, 
he sought the spot and there 
pined till he died." 
1 3 10 Model of a piece of plate to be 
presented to the Duke of 
Buckingham, etc. 

1843. 1408 Cupid with the attributes of 

Mars; unfinished sketch. 
1528 Psyche. 

1844. 1294 " Deliver us from evil." 

17, Neuiman Street, 
1847. 1342 Virginia. "She was interred 
near the church of the shad- 
dock grove, etc." — Paul and 
Virginia, 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



upwu 

tinned 
1848. 


rill, 

«334 


1849. 


1201 




1270 




I3»6 


1851. 
1852. 


1328 
1288 
.585 
«159 


1853. 


1314 




«134 



1854. 1380 



i8SS- 


1436 


1856. 


1270 




1287 




1290 




1364 




»373 


1857. 


1304 


1858. 


1350 
1165 
1202 



1859. 
i860. 


1296 
950 


1861. 


995 




106 1 




1073 


1862. 


1 102 




1116 



1863. 1061 



Edgar George, Senr. — con- 

Thetis conveying the arms to 
Achilles. 

Richard II and Bolingbroke 
entering London, etc. 

Marble bust of Mrs. Saxby 
Penfold. 

An idea of emancipation; a 
sketch. 

An idea of slavery; a sketch. 

Design for the '5 1 medal, 
do. 1 85 1 medal. 

Sketch for a statue of Words- 
worth. For Westminster 
Abbey. 

Wellington entering Madrid. 

Eva. " Oh my Eva, whose little 
hour on earth did so much 
good, etc." 

Martino. Life size statue of the 
Earthman for the new Crystal 
Palace, etc. 

Monument to Wellington. 

90, Milton Street, 

Statuette of the late Rev. 
Robert Montgomery. 

Statuette of Douglas Jerrold, 
Esq. 

Statuette of the late Sir Robert 
Peel. 

The Moabitish Maiden. The 
property of H.R.H. Prince 
Albert, 

The Sisters. Part of a monu- 
ment. 

The bird's nester; executing 
in marble. 

Dr. Latham, F.R.S.; statuette. 

The bird's nester; marble. 

An incident in the si^e of 
Lucknow, 1857. "Will ye 
no believe it now? the Camp- 
bells are coming ! D'ye hear, 
d'ye hear?" 

The young emigrant. 

Clarence, the infant son of 
Mrs. Hewitt; posthumous. 

The young emigrant; mar- 
ble. 

Sir Roderick Murchison,F.R.S., 
etc. 

Bust of a gentleman; posthu- 
mous; marble. 

George Offor, Esq., J.P. 

The infant son of James Strange, 
Esq.; posthumous. 

The Woman of Samaria; 
marble. " Sir, Give me this 
water, etc." 



1863, 1 105 John Bunyan; half size model 
of the Bunhill Fields burial 
ground, 1862. 

1865. 903 Adam and Even. "Soon his 

heart relented, etc." 
934 The late William Dyce, Esq., 
R.A., M.A.; marble (posthu- 
mous). Presented to the Royal 
Academy by James Brandy 
Esq, 
979 Richard Burton, Eastern tra- 
veller. 
1024 The wife of Richard Burton. 
1038 Captain Speke. Part of a 
Memorial for Assize Courts^ 
Taunton, 
1070 David Brand (posthumous). 

36, Milton Street, 

1866. 964 Andromeda. 

PAPWORTH, Edgar George, Junr. 

Sculptor. 

17, Newman Street, 

1852. 1322 The tired water-carrier. 

1853. 1327 A Nymph of Diana; model in 

plaster. 

1854. 1384 Cephalus and Procris. "Again 

the falling leaves a rustling 
sound, etc." — Ovid, 
14s I Medallion portrait of Mrs. 
Vardon. 

1452 Medallion portrait of H. M. E., 

Esq. 

1453 Medallion portrait of Capt. Var- 

don of theH.E.LC. Service. 

1855. 1421 Statue of a nymph surprised; 

to be executed in marble for 
Joseph Neeld, Esq., M.P. 

1528 Professor Shepheard Creasy. 

1535 Dr. Lyon Playfair, C.B., F.R.S. 

1550 Medallion portrait of an officer 
from the Crimea; to be 
executed in marble. 

90, Milton Street, 

1856. 1228 Statue of a nymph surprised; 

marble for the late Joseph 
Neeld, Esq., M.P. 

1281 Medallion in marble of Gore 
Langton, Esq., M.P. for 
Bristol. 

1297 Statue in plaster of E. H. Baily, 
Esq., R. A., F.R.S., executed 
for the hall of Grittleton 
House, the seat of the late 
Joseph Neeld, Esq., M.P. 

1 310 Charles Kean, Esq., in the 
character of Wolsey. " How 
much methinks I could de- 
spise this man, etc." — Henry 
Vllly act iii, sc. 2. 



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1856. 



1857. 

1858. 
1859. 

t86o. 
1861. 



1862. 



1863. 



1864. 



1865. 



1866. 



VI. 



1 33 1 Bust of E. H. Baily, Esq., R.A., 
F.R.S. 

1340 Medallion in niarble of Major 
Boldero. 

1366 Bust in marble of C. Finzel, 
Esq., of Clevedon, Somer- 
set. 

1 25 1 Copy, in marble, of the hand 

of the late Countess of Love- 
lace. 

1273 Bust of a gentleman ; marble. 

1176 Rebecca before Abraham's ser- 
vant. — Genesis^ xxiv, 51. 

1 1 82 Ruth before Boaz. "Whose 
damsel is this?" — Ruth^ ii, 5. 

1252 The love chace. "Ah! hid in 

vain; lo! love has found, 

etc." 
1292 Henry Elliott Hooles, Esq.; 

marble. 
"359 J. Arthur Roebuck, Esq., M.P. 
977 Maidenhood. " Standing with 

reluctant feet, etc." 
1019 The Rev. Dr. Liddell, Dean of 

Christchurch ; marble, 
ion The Vestal Virgin. "To keep 

the lamp alive, etc" 
1 07 1 John Frederick Foster, Esq., 

late chairman of the Quarter 

Sessions, Manchester; mar- 
ble. 
1082 Mrs. Jameson (posthumous 

bust.) 
1090 The Very Rev. the Dean of 

Canterbury, Dr. Alfred Al- 

ford. 
997 The recording angel. 
1057 Sir Elkanah Armitage. 
1 127 Cabinet bust of gentleman; 

marble. 
1 131 Cabinet bust of a lady; marble. 
1022 Sir Elkanah Armitage; marble. 

1045 Maternal affection; marble. 

" Sleep sweet image of thy 
father! etc." 

1 148 Alexander Ure, Esq., F.R.C.S., 
Surgeon to St. Mary's Hos- 
pital. 

913 The Rt. Hon. Viscount Palm- 
erston, M.P.; marble. 

1001 R. W. Winfield, Esq. 

1012 Richard Padmore, Esq.; marble. 
Presentation portrait, 

941 John Penn, Esq. ; marble. 
949 W. Nicol, Esq.; do. 

95" Paradise regained. 

36, Milton Street, 

1019 Rev. Canon Miller, D.D., Vicar 
of Greenwich. 

1046 Mrs. G.Garden Nicol; marble. 



Not Junior. 

1867. 1029 John Ashbury, Esq., of London 

and Manchester. Posthumous 
marble bust, 
1083 Elenore ; a statuette. Vide 
Campbell's " Pleasures of 
Hope." 

1 1 23 Morning; model of a statue 

to be executed in marble. 
"And now went forth the 
mom, tic."— Milton, 

1 1 39 Alfred SmalbrokeFynney, Esq.; 
posthumous marble bust. 

1 141 William Clarke, Esq.; post- 
humous marble bust. 

1151 Samuel Turn bull, Esq.; mar- 
ble. 

1868. 937 La Sonnambula. 

1124 Robert Neill, Esq., mayor of 

Manchester. 
1 1 27 The late E. H. Baily, Esq., 

R.A., F.R.S. 
1 176 Peace; sketch for a statue. 
1 201 The late J. Tyndall, Esq. 

1869. 1 148 James Butterworth, Esq. ; mar- 

ble, posthumous. 

1 161 Lady Brown of Endcliffe; mar- 
ble. 

1292 George Parr, Esq.; marble. 

1870. 1046 Wright Turner, Esq.; marble. 
1052 Robert Hopwood Hutchinson, 

Esq.; marble. 
1070 Mrs. J. Y. Dillon; marble. 
1 106 Elkanah Armitage, Esq.; mar- 
ble. 
1 1 26 Willie, eldest son of W. M. 
Mellor, Esq., of Liverpool; 
marble. 
The late Dr. Alford, Dean of 

Canterbury. 
Spring; finished sketch for a 
marble statue illustrating the 
four seasons. 
Thomas Prime, Esq., ex-Mayor 

of Birmingham. 
Dr. Jeune, the late Bishop of 

Peterborough. 
My mother's gift. 

7, Lanark Villas, 
My mother's gift; marble. 
J. W. Knight, Esq.; marble. 
241, Stanhope Street, 

1875. 1316 "A.D. 33"; marble. "And the 

graves were opened, etc." — 
Matthew^ xxvii, 52, 53. 

1876. 1416 The pilgrim; marble. "Shew 

me thy ways, O Lord, etc." 
1482 The village maid; marble. 
" Deep and still, that gliding 
stream, tXc^— Longfellow, 
\\ 



I87I. 


II8I 




1222 


1872. 


1393 




1435 


1873. 


1537 


1874. 


1511 
1558 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Papworth, Edgar George, Junr. — con- 
tinued, 

1876. 1496 The Wise Virgin; marble. "But 

the wise answered, etc." — 
Matty XXV, 9. 

1877. 1407 James Brunlees, Esq., C.E.; 

marble. 

151a, Stanhope Street, 
1882. 1575 Ye Fairie tale; daughters of 
Major Barrett of Moredon, 
Taunton; group, marble. 



PAPWORTH, George, RM.A, 

Architect. 
30, Great Portland Street, 
1796. 738 A design for a bath. 

At Mr, T, PapworiKsy 

60, Newman Street, 
1 80 1. 913 Design for a bath. 
i8o2. 901 A mausoleum. 
1803. 998 The internal of an abbey. 



PAPWORTH, John Architect. 

T. Papworth, Junr. 
1 79 1. 629 Model of a British capital de- 
signed by W. Porden. 
/. Papworth, Junr,, 

44, Tufton Street, 

Westminster, 

1794. 638 A design for a Temple. 

1795. 7" 3 Design for a villa. 

30, Great Portland Street, 

1796. 861 The vestibule of a public 

mausoleum. 

1797. II 13 Design for a villa. 

1798. 926 Interior of a triumphal arch. 

J Papworth, 

1799. 987 A temple. 

II, George Street, 

1802. 93* A cottage at Chigwell Row, 

Essex. 

Bath Place, New Road, 

1803. 886 Part of the internal of a public 

building. 

1804. 884 Front of a public building. 
918 Gateway at Laleham, Middle- 
sex, for Earl Lucan. 

1807. 1071 The Hall of Hela, the regions 
of eternal punishment. Vide 
the Scandinavian mythology. 
1113 A Conduit in Huntingdon- 
shire. 
1814. 708* A provincial theatre. 
18 J 5. 794 A park entrance, Yorkshire. 

824 do. for Lord O'Niel, 

Ireland. 
851 Sketch for an altar piece in 
nobleman's chapel, etc. 



PAPWORTH, John Buonarotti. 

Architect. 
/. B, Papworth, 

6, Bath Place, New Road, 
18 t6. 809 a severed column to the me- 
mory of Col. Gordon erect- 
ing on the Field of Waterloo. 
841 Design for a piece of plate 
executed in silver for the 
Royal Hospital for Seamen 
at Greenwich, and presented 
by them to Sir W. Adams. 
18 19. 1154 Additions to Dr. Woody's 
lunatic asylum at Tamworth. 
(Architect to the King of Wirtemberg.) 
10, Caroline Street, 

Bedford Square, 
1823. 952 Palace at Canstadt for the 
King of Wirtemberg. 
959 do. do. do. 

1827. 971 do. do. do. 

1018 do. do. do. 

1839. 1244 Mansion on the Continent in 

Japanese style. 

1840. 919 Cally, Kirkcudbrightshire, for 

Alex. Murray, Esq., M.P. 

1 84 1. 978 Mansion on the Continent in 

Japanese style. 

PAPWORTH, John Woody. 

Architect. 
J, W, Papworth, Junr,, 

10, Caroline Street, 

1837. 1049 Design for a nobleman's man- 

sion. 

1838. 1125 The Royal Exchange. 

1839. 1094 Design for a candelabrum. 

1844. 1082 do. collegiate edifice. 

1845. ^^40 Steeple to brick church at 

Clapham. 

1846. 1280 Design for a residence. 

1320 do. public building. 

1847. 1121 Army and Navy Club House. 

With W, A, Papworth, 

1848. 1155 Facade for the Cathedral 

Church of Santa Maria del 
Fiore at Florence, etc. 
1280 House for an Officer, etc. 

14, Great Marlborough Street, 
185 1. 323 Palace in the Esbekeyeh at 
Cairo for Said Pasha, Ad- 
miral of the Egyptian Fleet. 

PAPWORTH, R Architect. 

At Mr, Papworih's, 

6, Bath Place, 

181 1. 292 The interior of Little Paxton 

Church, Hunts. 

181 2. 831 Design for a mausoleum. 



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A/ Mr, Hoppcf^s, 

42, Upper Berkeley Street, 
1816. 832 Design for a cottage om^e. 

PAPWORTH, T Sculptor. 

30, Portlattd Place^ 

Cavendish Square, 

1794. 563 Drawing of foliage. 

1 795. 6s8 Design for a ceiling. 

1796. 737 A Mausoleum to the memory 

of Sir William Chambers. 
805 A design for a ceiling of a 
place of worship. 

1797. 1075 Design for a ceiling. 

1798. 976 Bust of Mr. T. Papworth. 
992 A sketch. 

1799. 996 An ornamental column de- 

signed to commemorate a 
late naval victory. 
1058 Design for a mausoleum. 

60, Newman Street, 

1801. 879 Bust of a gentleman, deceased. 

880 Bust of a gentleman. 

881 Bust of an artist. 

1802. 1021 A candelabra for the drawing 

room at Westboume House, 
the seat of S. P. Cockerell, 
Esq. 
1085 An unfinished model of Mr. 
Kemble in Cato. Vide 
Addison's Tragedy, Act v, 
scene i. 

1803. 991 A sketch of a candelabrum. 

1804. 964 A candelabrum. 

1805. 802 II Penseroso;'a portrait of 

Mrs. Papworth. 
809 Portrait in plaster of Miss F. 
Holroyd. 
1807. 1015 Bust of an architect. (Mr. J. 
Papworth.) 
1 103 Bust of Miss Mellon of Drury 
Lane Theatre. 

1 814. 692 Design for a candelabrum ex- 

ecuting in silver. 

713 Sketch for a candelabrum with 
the mythology of Hindoos- 
tan, etc. 

758 Bust of the daughter of a 
friend. 

760 Bust of a gentleman. 

18 1 5. 870 A candelabrum. 

906 Bust of a gentleman. 

PAPWORTH, Wyatt A.... Architect. 

10, Caroline Street, 

Bedford Square, 

1836. 1033 Design for a mansion. 

1837. 1 1 16 do. church. 

1838. 1097 do. an Admiralty. 

1839. '*S+ do. candelabrum. 



1840. 1060 Design; entrance to a royal 

mews. 

1 84 1. 990 A combination of club houses, 

etc. 

1842. 1152 Interior of a church. 

1843. 1315 Facade to a palace, etc. 

1844. 1060 Design for Tudor mansion. 

1845. 1236 Arch of Peace and plenty, 

Kensington Gardens, etc. 

1846. 12 16 Wayside Railway station. 

1847. 1 121 A new Army and Navy Club 

House. 

1848. 1288 Design for Entrance Saloon. 

14, Great Marlborough Street. 

1850. mo A suggestion for an improve- 

ment in Westminster adapted 
to the 19th century. "Feb- 
ruary 27, 1695. The Mar- 
quess of Normanby told me 
that King Charles II had 
had a design to buy all King 
street and build it nobly, it 
being the street leading to 
Westminster. This might 
have been done for the ex- 
pense of the Queen's funeral, 
which was ^^50,000 against 
her dtsixt,^*— Evelyn* sDiary. 
1 1 55 Design for a gallery facade. 

1851. 282 Study of fenestral arrangement, 

etc. 

PARAIRE, E. L Architect. 

8, Rathbone Place, 
1854. 1 1 17 Design for a mansion. 

1243 do. national Walhalla. 

I, St, Swithin^s Lane, 
1859. 1167 Interior of Britannia Theatre, 
Hoxton. 

PARAVEY, Mdlle. Marie A. H. 

Painter. 

Rue des Ormeaux, 

Grasville, France. 
1850. 964 Un bouquet de fleurs d'au- 
tomne. 

PARBURY, George.. .Wax Modeller. 
4, Bangor Street, Shoe Lane. 

1772. 178 Artemisia, Queen of Caria, 

drinking the ashes of her 
husband Mausoleus; amodel 
in wax. 

1773. 219 The muse Clio; in wax. 

1774. 197 Venus and Cupid; a model in 

wax. * 

1775. **4 Vertumnus and Pomona; a 

model in wax. 

4, Back Road, Islington. 

1776. 209 Cybele; a model in wax. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Parbury, George— continued. 

NowePs Buildings^ Islington. 
359 Faith; model in wax. | 

276 Perseus and Andromeda; a ' 

model in wax. 
245 Vertumnus and Pomona; in | 
wax. 
Motmt Row, Back Rocuty 

Islington. 
647 Vertumnus and Pomona; model 
in wax. 
1789. 571 Cybele. 
1 79 1. 624 Diana; model in wax. 



1782. 
1783. 

1784. 



1787. 



PARDON, 



1811. 633 



1812. 391 
609 

1814. 575 

1816. 586 

181 7. 848 

1819. 197 

1820. 372 



1821. 441 

1822. 685 
1825. 724 



1828. 913 

1829. 969 



James. 

Miniature Painter. 

104, High Street, Shoreditch. 
Portrait of himself. 
J. Pardon, Junr., 

219, Shoreditch. 
Miss Adams. 
Portrait of a lady. 

J. Pardon, Canterbury. 
Portrait of himself. 

do. a gentleman. 
Miss M. M. Collins. 
View of Canterbury from St. 

Stephen's. 
Distant view of Canterbury 

from Col. Wells's park, 

Harbledown. 
A landscape. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Mr. Cuddy, musician of the 

15th Hussars. 

Yoxford, Suffolk. 
Sir Charles Blois, Bart. 
J. Bird, Esq., author of the 

ValeofSlaughden Dunweich, 

etc. 



PAREZ, Joseph Painter. 

11, Manor Place, Walworth. 
1823. 184 Portrait of a child. 

409 Monsieur Alexandre burning 
his omelette. 
8, Commercial Place, 

Old Kent Road. 

1825. 438 St. Matthew. 

I, Afina Place, Old Kent Road. 

1826. 957 Portrait of a lady, gentleman, 

and family. 

PAREZ, Lewis ... Miniature Painter. 

14, Finsbury Place South. I 

1821. 634 J. H. Wiffen, author of Julia 1 

Alpinula. 1 

770 J. Drake, Esq. | 

15, Charlotte Street. 

1822. 614 Portrait of a barrister. ' 



1822. 624 J. Day, Esq. 

1823. 486 R. Downie, Esq., M.P. 

711 Mr. and Mrs. H. Chapman. 

726 Portrait of a lady. 

769 Ashford, Derbyshire. 

777 Portrait of a lady at Norwich. 

831 do. gentleman. 

901 do. lady, gentleman 

and child. 
933 Portrait of a lady. 

PARIS, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1850. 1179 The Hall, Hatfield House. 

PARIS, T. C Painter. 

27, Dover Street. 

1855. 1378 The haunted heath. "Wizard 

swarms cover the heath all 
over." 

1856. 297 The road to the farm. 

PARIS, Walter Painter. 

1849. 1007 Market of the Innocents, Paris. 
Manteau Rouge, an eccentric 
benefactor, whilst dispensing 
provisions to the poor, is 
robbed of his silver ladle. 
63, Palace Gardens Terrace. 

1872. 1 164 Caveat EUora, India. 

PARISH, C Architect. 

16, Great Coram Street. 
1832. 991 Sketch, adapting the Portico 
and part of the screen of the 
late Carlton Palace to an 
entrance into St. James's 
Park. 

PARK, Charles R. 

Miniature Painter. 
159, Haver stock Hill. 
1897. 1578 Portrait of a child. 

PARK, Henry Painter. 

16, Grafton Street East. 
1847. '044 A cattle piece. 

Orchard Villa, Bristol. 
1862. 37 Sheep and lambs. 
1864. 303 do. 

393 Lambs and sheep. 

PARK, John Etcher. 

7, Waterville Terrace, 

South Shields. 
1885. 1646 Gillingham Church. After 
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PARK, Patrick, R,S.A Sculptor. 

29, Clipstone Street, 

1836. iioi Marble bust of the Earl of 

Lincoln. 
1 115 Marble bust of the Duke of 

Newcastle. 
1138 Marble bust of Lord Clinton, 
grandson to the Duke of 
Newcastle. 
8, George Street^ 

Euston Square, 

1837. 1166 Statue in marble of the late 

M. J. Sadler, Esq., M.P., 
executed for the City of 
Leeds. 

1 172 A statue in plaster of a sphaer- 
obolos or ball thrower; the 
son of Alcinous preparing 
to dance before Ulysses, etc. 

1240 Marble bust of Robert Brown, 
Esq. 

1838. 1351 Design for a monument to Sir 

Walter Scott to be erected 
under an excavation made 
in the Calton Hill, Edin- 
burgh, facing Princes Street. 
Enshrined in the freestone 
rock of the Calton Hill, and 
surmounting the fountain of 
nature, is placed a statue of 
Scott. The water, an em- 
blem of pure invigorating 
nature, flows from under the 
statue, and is received into 
basins, over which preside 
two deities, representing the 
rivers of the north and south 
of Scotland, under the names 
of the Tweed and the Tay, 
rises in a jet in the centre, 
and is received into the great 
basin which surrounds the 
whole. 

The keystone is a colos.sal 
hand in bronze, and repre- 
sents the right hand of the 
"spirit of the mountain," 
who holds a lamp, which by 
night illuminates the shrine. 

1840. 1132 Bust of David E. Williams, 

Esq. 
1 143 Bust of — Rintoul, Esq. 
1 1 57 Bust of Dr. Walmsley, Rector 

of Han well. 

1 165 Bust of John Black, Esq. 

1166 Bust of Edward Gibbon Wake- 

field, Esq. 

1 84 1. 1226 Statue in plaster of a warrior 

possessed of calculation, 
energy, and resolution. One 



of the five statues designed 
for a monument of Lord 
Nelson. 

1841. 1227 The grandchildren of Byron, 

Lord Ockham, and Lady 
Annabella King, the son and 
daughter of the Earl of Love- 
lace. 
1247 Colossal marble statue of 
Charles Tennant, Esq., to 
be erected in the City of 
Glasgow. 

1842. 1182 Model of a statue of Michael 

T. Sadler, Esq., M.P., to be 

executed for Leeds. 
1291 A Greek warrior crouching, 

illustrative of caution and 

resolution. 
1328 Bust of Admiral Sir George 

Cockburn. 
1366 Bust in marble of Allan Ful- 

larton, Esq., of Greenock. 
1 381 Bust of Dr. Norman M*Leod, 

Glasgow. 

1843. 1420 A colossal statue in plaster of 

Hector reflective. 
1466 Marble bust of Mrs. Robertson 

of Dulwich Wood House. 
1510 An original bust of Charles 

Dickens, Esq. (Boz). 

13, Bruton Street, 

1844. 1322 Bust in marble of Charles 

Brown, Esq., of Combe, 

Croydon. 
1350 Bust in plaster of M. H. Barker, 

Esq., R.N. "The old sailor." 
1352 Bust in plaster of Sir William 

Ross, R.A. 
1365 John Sands, Esq. 
1373 Head in plaster of Charles 

Dickens, Esq. 
1379 Bust in plaster of Mrs. Mackay. 

1845. 1388 The Rev. Mr. Antrobus of 

Acton. 
1457 William Dixon, Esq., of Glas- 
gow. 
23, York Place^ Edinburgh, 

1850. 1447 Bust of Lieut.-General Sir 

Charles James Napier, 
G.C.B., Commander-in-chief 
of the Armies of the East 
Indies. 
1448 Bust of His Excellency Major- 
General Sir Harry G. H. 
Smith, G.C.B., Governor of 
the Cape. 

1851. 1315 Plaster bust of Professor Simp- 

son of Edinburgh. 
13 18 Colossal plaster bust of Oliver 
Cromwell. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Park, Patrick, jR.S,A, — continued. , 

1851. 1 33 1 Marble bust of Vice- Admiral 

the Earl of Dundonald. 
21, Sussex Place y Kennington, 

1852. 1415 Bust in marble of the late Mrs. | 

John Sands. | 

1433 Bust of an elderly lady. | 

1435 Bust of a lady. \ 
1 45 1 Bust of Lady Anne Charteris. 
1454 Bust in marble of Mrs. John 

Griffith Frith. 
1462 Bust of Master George Harri- 
son Park. 
1470 Bust of Francis Carr Beard, 
Esq. 
104, King Street^ Manchester y 
and 21, Sussex Place^ 

Kennington, 

1853. 1402 John Thompson Gordon, Esq., 

Sheriff of Midlothian. 

1403 The Countess of Zetland. 

1404 Sir John Watson Gordon, R.A., 

P.R.S.A. 
1442 Mrs. John Scott of Edinburgh. 
1S54. 1430 Bust of Robert Shadwick, Esq., 
of High Bank, Manchester. 

1436 Sir James Bardsley, M.D., of 

Manchester. 

1490 Bust of a Highland chieftain, 
— Grant, of Glen Morriston. 
1855. 1467 Napoleon HI. 

1469 Marble bust of Mark Phillips, 
Esq. , of Smithfield, Warwick- 
shire, first Reform Member 
of Parliament for Manches- 
ter. 

1476 Marble bust of a lady. 

1482 Vice-Admiral the Earl of Dun- 
donald, the hero of the 
Basque Roads. 

PARK, Miss R. ... Miniature Painter. 

Greenwich, 
1834. 635 Portrait of a gentleman. 
708 do. do. 

723 do. child. 

833 do. lady. 

PARK, T Architect. 

14, Garlick Hilly Bow Laney 
Cheapside, 

1780. 415 Design for a nobleman's seat. 
460 Plan of a parliament house, 

etc. 
47" Design for a parliament house 
and Court of Justice. 

1781. 530 Elevation of a hall for a mili- 

tary association. 
535 Elevation of a mausoleum for 
eminent characters. 



PARK, . See Garlick, Park, and 

Sykes, vol. iii, page 205. 



PARKE, Benjamin Painter. 

2, Bolsaver Streety 

Cavendish Square, 
1794. 150 View on the road to Harrow. 
1 797. 52 View at Sandown, Isle of Wight. 

215 View at Harrow. 
1800. 132 View at Godstone, Surrey. 

688 Llyng Emeris, Caernarvon- 
shire. 
66, John Streety Fitzroy Square, 
1803. 880 Ludford Church, near Ludlow. 
897 A View of Barmouth. 

24, Weymouth Street, 
1807. 637 A View in the Isle of Wight. 
679 A view between Gravesend and 
Rochester. 



PARKE, Henry Painter. 

67, Dean Streety Soho, 

181 5. 342 A gale of wind, with a brig, 

sloop of war, etc. 

1 816. 50 A landscape. 

320 A fresh breeze, with a first rate 
ship of war, etc. 

18 1 7. 408 View of the commencement of 

the attack on Algiers by the 
fleet under the command of 
Admiral Lord Exmouth on 
the 27th of August, 18 16. 

90, Dean Street. 

1818. 236 A calm. 

1819. 127 View of Stonehenge. 

1820. 958 View of the church of St. Gene- 

vieve, formerly the French 
Pantheon. 

1826. 877 View in the interior of the 

great temple of Kalabshe in 
Nubia. 

908 Design for a public square in 
a City of which the Cathe- 
dral and its porticoes oc- 
cupy the centre. 

986 View of one of the four colossi 
cut in the rock at the fa9ade 
of the excavated temple at 
Abousembal in Nubia, ex- 
ecuted during the reign of 
Psammetichus, King of 
Egypt. 

1827. >o59 Design for a royal palace m 

the country. In the fore- 
ground are seen monuments 
to commemorate the at- 
chievements of departed 
heroes. 



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55 



1828. 982 



1829. 1021 

1830. 57* 



584 

1030 
I 149 

1831- 579 
590 

1016 

1332. 544 



545 



656 



1833. 588 
614 



659 



Design for an entrance to a 
city. In the foreground is a 
representation of the Egyp- 
tian obelisk, commonly 
called Cleopatra's Needle. 
The plinth and marble steps 
immediately under it exist 
in the original monument. 

View of the temple on the left 
bank of the Nile, near the 
village of Kardassy in Nubia, 
drawn on the spot in 1824. 

Design for a nobleman's man- 
sion. 

View of the Eddystone Light- 
house, from a sketch made 
on the spot. The rocks are 
represented as they appear 
an hour before low water. 
In the foreground is seen 
the Eddystone Tender send- 
ing stores to the house. 

Mount JEina, seen from the 
road near Syracuse. 

View of an ancient sepulchral 
chamber in the catacombs 
of Alexandria. 

Internal view of a design for a 
mausoleum. 

Morning — Kentish boatmen 
saving the cargo of a wreck. 

View of the second cataract 
of the Nile taken from the 
western bank. 

View of the antique temples 
on the island of Philoe in 
Nubia. 

View from the shore under 
Mount Edgecumbe, Ply- 
mouth. H.M.S. Britannia 
of 120 guns leaving the har- 
bour of Hamoaze on the 
27th July, 1828, under the 
command of His present 
Majesty, then Lord High 
Admiral of the Fleet. 

View at Terracina — the moun- 
tains of the kingdom of 
Naples are seen in the dis- 
tance. 

View among the ruins of Alex- 
andria. 

View in the port of Malta. 

View of an ancient aqueduct, 
which now carries a road 
across a deep ravine, near 
Sant' Agata, in the kingdom 
of Naples. 

View of Gebel Abonfeder in 
Upper Egypt. The boat of 



an English traveller return- 
ing from the second cataract 
of the Nile. 

1833. 947 View of the Campagna di 

Roma, from a mountain near 
Tivoli. 
1097 View of the Pyramids of Ghi- 
sey at Sunrise, drawn on the 
spot during a tour through 
Egypt in 1824. 

24, Howland Street, 

1834. 392 The entrance of the Port of 

Genoa. 

1835. 39 View near the Nore. 

375 The wreck of ancient and 
modern splendour. 

475 View of the city of Catania in 
Sicily. 

PARKER, A. M Painter. 

West Bridgeford, 

near Nottingham, 
1839. 1238 Landscape and cattle. 

PARKER, Miss Ellen Grace. 

Painter. 
Mrs, E, G, Parker, 

37, Grove Road, 

St, John's Wood, 
1878. 260 Spring flowers. 

Miss E, G. Parker, 

37, Grave Road, 

St, John's Wood, 

1882. 357 Schoolboys bathing. 

1883. 682 Palm Sunday. 

5, Melina Place, 
1886. 918 An art student's holiday. 
1888. 544 Up the river. 

Mrs, E. G. Parker. 
1893. 1207 Sisters. 

PARKER, Miss Ethel N. 

Miniature Painter. 
\o. Jubilee Place, Chelsea, 

1902. 1C17 Mary D. Worthington. 
1 218 Eileen Beamish. 

1234 Miss Muriel Robertson. 

1903. 1 191 Eileen, daughter of Thomas 

Beamish, Esq., M.D. 
1234 Ethel Muriel Robertson. 
1270 Ursula Carr. 
1304 Margery, daughter of R. E. 

Foott, Esq., M.P. 

PARKER, Frederick Painter. 

10, Southampton Street, Strand, 

1845. 564 Stirling Castle. 

70, Great Queen Street 

1846. 486 Fiirslenfels on the Rhine. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Parker, Frederick — continued, 
1847. 432 Edinburgh Castle. 

636 Castle of Marksburg, with the 
village of Branbach at its 
foot, on the Rhine. 

PARKER, Frederick H. A.... Painter. 
cjo Mr. Stannardy 

30, Great Russell Street. 
1886. 43 Study of a head. 

128 The miller's little maid. 
166 A sunny afternoon. 
950 A truant. 

17, Keppel Street. 

1 89 1. 216 Edward G. King, Esq, 

1892. 4S2 A shadow. 
532 A pastoral. 

1894. 51 A girl in white. 

542 Last leaves. 

1896. 833 The last of the snow. 

1897. 776 White houses. 

1898. 789 At Runswick. 
1904. 815 Storm and Sunshine. 

962 A miniature painter. 

PARKER, Harold Sculptor. 

Stamford Bridge Studios. 

1903. 175a Child's head; bust, marble. 

1904. 1 8 17 A child; bust. 
1836 Ariadne; statue. 

PARKER, Henry Perlee, H,R.S.A, 

Painter. 
Pilgrim Street^ Newcastle. 
181 7. 21 Dead Game. 
1824. 178 Who 's turn next? or the vacant 
chair. 

1826. 391 Shipwrecked Smugglers; storm 

clearing off. 

1827. 206 A Covenanter. Vide Old Mor- 

tality. 
1830. 286 The Rev. H. Cotes returning . 
from fishing. 
28, Newcastle Street^ Strand, 

1834. 155 Fishermen departing for the 

night. 
Newcastle^ and 
28, Newcastle Street ^ Strand. 

1835. 102 The loitering bait-gatherers. 

1836. 224 Pitmen at play near Newcastle- 

on-Tyne; painted from na- 
ture. 

1837. 282 Wives and bairns waiting the 

return of pitmen from work; 
preparations for putting a 
horse down the pit, etc. — 
view at Walls-end Colliery 
near Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

1838. 312 North Sea pilots. 



1839. 



1840. 
1842. 



1845. 
1846. 

1849. 



1850. 

1852. 
1853. 

1854. 



51, Rathbone Place^ and 

Newcastle-upon- T^ne. 

583 Grace Darling and her parents 
supplying refreshments to 
the North Sunderland fisher- 
men, who were nearly lost 
in attempting to reach the 
wreck of the " Forfarshire " 
— Portraits painted on the 
spot, 

" The lighthouse being 
filled with the rescued from 
the wreck, the fishermen 
were obliged to take up their 
abode in an outhouse, where 
they were detained for two 
days by the violence of the 
weather; during which time 
they received the ample 
hospitality of these worthy 
people and their daughter." 
30 (Octagon Room.) A study from 
nature. 

558 Sir Francis Chantrey, when a 
boy. "One fine summer's 
morning, as he was going to 
Sheffield with his milk, ass, 
and favourite dog, amusing 
himself on the way by cut- 
ting something upon the 
knob of his stick, he was 
met by a person who in- 
quired what he was doing? 
he replied that he was carv- 
ing the head of old Fox, 
the schoolmaster. Sixpence 
being offered for it, was 
readily accepted, which is 
said to be the first money 
earned by the exercise of 
his genius." 

Sheffield, 

570 Settling for the cargo. 

295 The tinker. 

42, Newman Street. 

313 Shipwrecked smugglers. "Yea, 
this man's brow, like to a title 
leaf. Foretells the nature of a 
tragic volume." 
25, Sussex Terrace, 

Cambridge Road, 

Hammersmith , 

608 The smuggler at home after a 
successful cruize. 

596 The mouse. 

857 Morning on the beach — arrival 

of fishing boats. 
51 Waiting on the beach. "With 
inward joy the fisher-maid 
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1855. 1343 Uncertain about the weather. 
** Youth smiles elate with 
hope, but cautious age, etc." 

1857. 267 Astonishing a native. 

1859. 887 Fresh fish and lobster sauce. 

PARKER, John Painter. 

Stangate Lane, Lambeth, 

1770. 137 A landscape. 

1771. 142 do. 
268 do. 

26, Portman Street, 
1776. 206 A landscape with a triumph of 
Bacchus. 

207 A small landscape, Pluto and 

Proserpine* 

208 A small landscape, Ceres in 

search of her daughter. 
At Mr, Parket^s, 

Little Drury Lane, 
1 78 1. 499 A landscape and figures; a 
drawing. 

30, Rat/ibone Place. 
1785. 81 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 
quarters. 
571 View of Shippey Point. 



PARKER, 



1871. 74S 

1872. 715 

807 

1873. 722 
818 



1874. 773 



812 
1875. 801 

1878. II 



1894. 990 

1896. 87 

1899. '^^7 

1900. 1 126 

1901. 1066 
VI. 



John, P.W,S, Painter. 

9, Grove Terrace, 

St, John's Wood. 
Playmates. 

The River, Hurley, Bucks. 
A straggler; a sketch at Hur- 
ley, Bucks. 
Evening after rain. 
Sheep marking. 
iS, Alpha Road, 

St, John's Wood. 
"Two summers since I saw at 

Lammas Fair 
The sweetest flower that ever 

blossomed there : 
When Phcebe Dawsoa gaily 

crossed the green, etc." 
Abbey stream, Abingdon. 
Little Neirs garden, 

37, Gnwe Hoad^ N. W, 
"My love's like the melody 

That's sweetly played in 

tune." 
5, Melina Place, 

Grove End Road. 
On Bucklebury Common. 
Fredk, ^Vilite, Esq, 
"Plenty crowns the market 

measure.^* 
A well in Brittany. 

Arts Club, Dover Street. 
The home of " brer rabbit," 



PARKER, Joseph Painter. 

Piccadilly, 
1777. »58 The Judgement of Hercules; 
a stained drawing. 

PARKER, J. G Painter. 

5, Carlisle Street, So ho. 
' 1820. s-8 A groupe of flowers » 
I 182 1. 912 Group of flowers from nature. 
I S, Gerrard Street, 

1822. 531 Flowers from nature. 

PARKER, Miss Nevillia Painter. 

9, Flanders Road, 

Bedford Park. 
1888. 1649 Left on the rocks. 

PARKER, Miss Phcebe Painter. 

Waddington Parsonage, 

Clitheroe. 

1885. 887 Study in an old barn. 

1886. 526 Relics of the past. 

PARKER, R Architect. 

At Mr, Inwood's, 

3, Southampton Place. 

1832. 1030 Design for a bridge. 

1035 do. hunting lodge. 

1833. *°*7 Nobleman's mansion. 

1834. 981 Villa for sports, etc. 

PARKER, R. Barry Architect. 

Moorlands, Buxton. 

1896. 1723 Room for hall, etc. 

The Quadrant, Buxton. 

1897. 1763 An artisan's room. 

PARKER (R. B.) and UNWIN (R). 

Architects. 
The Quadrant, Buxton. 
1897. 1814 Woodcote Church, Stretton. 
1899. 1842 Dwelling at Bradford. 

PARKER, R. H Painter. 

Broom Hill, Sheffield. 
1858. 1085 The sail in sight. 
{This may be intended for H. P. Parker^ 

PARKER, Miss Sybil C Painter. 

Waddington Parsonage, 

Clitheroe, Lancashire. 

1872. 79 No water. 

1873. 349 A summer evening. 

1874. 345 A family party. 

1880. 953 "And she was left lamenting.' 

188 1. 76 Too long a swim. 
1883. 668 Uninvited guests. 

72, Aigirnon Eoady Lewisham. 
1893. 1 197 Salvator Mundi. 

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PARKER, T Painter. 

lo, Brunswick Square^ 

CamberwelL 

1867. 668 The end justifies the means. 

"The manner to gain rich 
widows so as to induce them 
to leave their wealth to the 
Society of Jesus. 

''Instruction 2. That the 
same confessor act in such 
a way that the widows oc- 
cupy themselves in embel- 
lishing a chapel or oratoire 
in their house; in which they 
may pass their time in medi- 
tation or other spiritual ex- 
ercises, in order to keep 
them away from the con- 
versation and visits of those 
who may seek them." — Se- 
cret Instructions of the Jesuits, 

1868. 557 Study of a head. 



Painter. 



PARKER, Mrs. T. 
1824. 149 Fruit. 



PARKES, Miss C Painter. 

Broad Street ^ 

St,/ohn^s^ Southwark, 
1806. 813 Flowers on velvet. 



PARKES, Robert Bowyer. 

Engraver. 
9, Cornwall Place^ Holloway, 
1867. 956 Home treasures. After G. 
Smith. 

14, Upper Tollington Park, 
1883. 1377 An invitation. After Mary 
L. Gow. 



PARKES, Miss S Painter. 

The Pollards, Brixton Hill. 
1876. 1 123 Cottages, Berkshire. 



PARKINSON, Frederick Claudius J. 

Architect. 
41, Sackville Street, Piccadilly, 
1846. 1246 Elevation of the new theatre 
to be erected by Mr. Buck- 
stone on the east side of 
Leicester Square. 

1848. 1207 Mansion in Elizabethan style. 
1292 Refuge for the Destitute, Hack- 
ney Road. 

1849. 1 133 Design for Marine villa. 



PARKINSON, J. T Architect. 

J, Parkinson, 

Levenan Museum, 

1806. 867 Design for a Villa. 

3, Newman Street, 

1807. 1028 Design for a court of justice. 

1809. 783 Library at the Surrey Institu- 

tion. 
869 Reading Room at the Surrey 
Institution. 

/. T, Parkinson, 

1810. 771 Villa for G. Todd, Esq., at 

Belsize, Hampstead. 
827 Bedford Cottage, Tooting 

Common, Surrey. 
843 Mabledon, near Tunbridge. 

32, Ely Place, 

181 1. 875 Bryanston Square, now build- 

ing near Portman Square, 
Marylebone. 

Rcuquet Court, Fleet Street, 
1818. 511 House at Rotherfield Park, 
Hants. 
J, Parkinson, 

3, Newman Street, 

1824. 864 Quadrangle of Magdalen Col- 

lege, Oxford. 

32, Cloudesley Square, 

1825. 726 A portrait. 

/. T, Parkinson, 

6, Melcombe Street, 
1 83 1. 1059 Rotherfield Park, Hants, for 
James Scott, Esq. 



PARKINSON, John W Painter. 

4, St, Thomas Street, 

Portsmouth, 
1880. 146 Just in time. 



PARKINSON, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

18 1 5. 416 View of Tenby, North Wales, 

from the North Cliff. 

1816. 522 Scene at Dolymelynlyn, near 

Dolgelly. 
537 Fall of the Rhydol, near the 
DeviPs Bridge, Cardigan- 
shire. 

18 18. 900 Benvenue as seen across Loch 

Achray. "Huge Benvenue, 
Down to the laJce, in masses 
threw, etc." — Lady of the 
Lake, 

1819. 581 Viewof Part of Ullswater, from 

Patterdale. 

1820. 533 View of part of Loch Earn. 

182 1. 592 Dunbarton Castle. 

1822. 526 View in Patterdale. 



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1824. 456 View of Cruachen Ben and 
part of Loch Awe, Scotland. 

1826. 857 A scene near Loch Earn Head, 
Scotland. 

1828. 969 View near the Well House, 
Malvern, Worcestershire. 



PARKINSON, Rawlinson. 

Architect. 
I, Racquet Court, E,C. 

1840. 956 School at Totteridge. 

1 84 1. 1037 Studham's Lodge, for Rev. 

F. W. Mead, Highgate. 
1853. 1 108 Villa at Wimbledon, for Edwin 
Saunders, Esq. 
1208 Highgate Grammar School. 



PARKINSON, Thomas Painter. 

— Parkinson, 

At Mr, Stacey's, 
the corner of Long Acre, 

1774- 356 A scene in She Stoops to Con- 

quer, act V, scene i. 
Thomas Parkinson, 
At Mr, Stacey's, 
the corner of Long Acre, 

1775- 2 "7 A scene in Cymon, act iii, 

scene i ; small whole lengths. 
1776. 210 A scene in the Duenna, act iii. 
21 of do. do. 

y. Parkinson, 

At Mr, Stacefs, 
the corner of Long Acre, 

1779. 225 A Gentleman; three quarter. 

T, Parkinson. 

1780. 5s Portrait of a lady. 

64 do. gentleman. 

2, Tavistock Row, 

Covent Garden, 

1 781. 63 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 

Gregory,) 
114 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1782. 123 Portrait of a lady in the char- 

acter of Erminia. — Tasso's 
Jerusalem, Book VII. 

1 783. 94 Portrait of a gentleman. 

8, Tavistock Raw. 

1784. 175 Portrait of a gentleman. (Mr, 

(yXeefe or Mr. Stanton.) 
14, Tavistock Row, 

Covent Garden. 

1785. 69 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. 
84 do. do. 

1786. 184 Portrait of an old man; half 

length. 
1789. 365 Portrait of a gentleman with a 
favourite hunter. 



PARKINSON, William Painter. 

9, Ladbrooke Terrace, W. 
1886. 1082 January. 

1888. 1672 Whims and fancies; five illus- 

trations. 

1889. 1912 "And {\\^ of them were wise 

and ^\Q. were foolish." 
I 1 89 1. 1637 Budding. 
j Deerhurst, Coventry Park, 

Streatham, 
I 1895. '360 Fin de si^cle. 
I 1383 "Prenez garde!" 



PARKINSON, Mrs. W. (Florence). 

Sculptor, etc. 
6, Paul's Studios, W. 
1893. 1278 Haviland, son of William Par- 
kinson, Esq. 
Deerhurst, 

Coventry Park, Streatham. 

1895. ^^^ ^^^ golden perch. 

1896. 1819 Cat's cradle; statuette. 

1898. 1852 Cup and ball; do. 

1899. 1269 Sir Joseph Pulley, Bart. 

1900. 195 » St. Agnes Eve; statuette. 

PARKINSON, William H... Painter. 

St. Stephen's Mount, 

Bradford. 

1892. 31 A bit of Bolton Woods. 

1893. 327 A windy day at Thurso Sands. 
705 Near Sunderland Point. 

796 Red Nab sand-dunes. 

1894. 178 Not far from the sea. 

115, St. Stephen's Mount, 

Bradford. 
1898. 8 A bit of Heysham. 
844 Toilers of the sea. 



PARKMAN, Henry S Painter. 

22, Orchard Street, Bristol. 

1847. 113 Mr. William Burge. 

1848. 602 Portrait of a lady. 

1849. 46 Mrs. Selfe. 

47 George Cruikshank. 

1850. 556 H. L. Jacob, Esq. 

3, Victoria Place, Kilburn. 
1853. 314 Italian boy with mice. 
1856. 38 Mrs. W. H. Baily. 

119 Henry Dugdale, Esq. 



PARKS, Frederick Painter. 

155, Devonshire Road, 

Forest Hill. 

1902. 1026 An idle morning. 

1903. 961 A southern homestead. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PARKYN, John H Painter. 

3, Surrey Street^ BristoL 
1884. 1649 A study. 

1887. 814 Roses. 

1888. 989 Purple Iris. 

1889. 1068 In ambush. 

2, Albion Street^ 

Kingston-upon-HulL 

1902. 605 Winter roses. 

1903. 38 Purple and gold. 

PARKYNS, G.J Painter. 

— Parians, 
(Draughtsman to T.R.H. the Dukes 
of York and Kent.) 
1808. 138 A View on the Brandywine 
Creek, near Gilpin's Mills, 
State of Pennsylvania. 

G,J. Parky ns, 
(Draughtsman to H.R.H. the Duke 
of Kent.) 

181 2. 455 English Flotilla burning an 

enemy's frigate on the coast 
of France. 

1 8 13. 58 The great falls of the Passaick 

River near Newark, East 
Jersey, North America. 

PARKYNS, L. B Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1 808. 595 View of Creighton Castle, 

Scotland. 

1809. 478 Downe Castle, North Britain. 
i8io. 904 Bamboro'Castle, North Britain. 
181 7. 468 View of part of Cintra in Por- 
tugal. 

PARKYNS, Major Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1804. 3*6 Fruit. 

PARLEY, George. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
23, Willes Road, N. W, 
1884. 1226 Knight in armour; design for 
stained glass. 

1886. 1724 Pomona; design for stained 

glass. 

1887. 1677 Presentation of Infant Saviour 

in the Temple; design for 
stained glass. 

1888. 1832 Joshua; design for stained 

glass. 

1889. 1834 St. Cecilia; design for stained 

glass. 

1890. 1764 Design for stained glass. 
1892. 1822 St. Peter and St. John; design 

for stained glass. 



1894. 1673 St. Michael; design for stained 

glass. 
1896. 1738 Drawing for stained glass. 

1764 Design for decoration; Trip- 
tych, central panel. 

374, Goldhawk Road, W, 
1900. 1739 Design for stained Glass, "St. 
George." 
1746 St. John the Baptist; design 
for stained glass. 

1902. 1397 Design for stained glass. 

1903. 1673 do. do. 

1904. 1644 The Annunciation. 

PARLEY, James Architect. 

At Mr, IVyafSy Newman St 
1777. 259 Elevations of a country house. 

PARMINTER, G Architect. 

Sydney Street, Brompton, 
1848. 1 1 22 The old poultry cross, Salis- 
bury. 

PARNALL, J. ... Miniature Painter. 

1845. 695 Portrait of his mother. 

(y. Pamall in the index and 
G, Pamell in catalogue,) 

PARNBLL, Charles Jocelyn. 

Architect. 

So,PallMalL 
1868. 856 Bushey Grove near Watford, 
the seat of Edward Marjori- 
banks, Esq. 

PARNELL (C. O.) and SMITH (A.). 

Architects. 
Marlborough Chambers, 

^^, Pall Mall. 

1848. 1 187 The Army and Navy Club 

House in Pail Mall. 

PARNELL, Miss G. 

Miniature Painter. 
7, Bennet Street, St, Jameses. 

1846. 772 Mrs. Bettleston. 

921 Gervas Pamell, Esq. 

1849. 871 My happy early days. 
871 The Rev. Philip Hale. 

7, Portland Road, 

1850. 689 Fancy portrait of a lady. 
693 Miss Josephine Jessop. 

4, Cavendish Terrace, Hastings, 
1852. 903 Portrait of a lady. 

I, Upper Harley Street, 
1856. 736 Peter Martin, Esq., Reigate. 
737 Miss Emily Turner. 
836 Miss Draper. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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PARR. A. H Painter. 

1876. ito Reniming from market. 

PARR, Miss Agnes R. 

Miniature Painter. 
3, Comstitutiom Crescemt^ 

GnMvesemd. 
1S85. 14^ I>ausy, daughter of A. Strang- 
man, Esq. 
1510 Beatrice, daughter of J. T. 
Dismore, Esq. ' 

Bowu Mead, Grtenkiihe^ Kent, 
1 88 7. 1542 R. Clowes, Esq. 
1892. 14C1 Philip, son of H. Bull, Esq. 

PARR, C Painter. 

Bow Streety Covent Garden, 
^785- 568 A Waggon belonging to Lord 
Marchmount. 

PARR, Sam Painter. 

17, Lenton Road^ Nottingham. 
1890. 1290 A grey day in the midlands. 

PARRIS, Edmund Thomas. 

Painter. 
2, Lenney Placc^ Bloomsbury, 

1816. 493 The butterfly. 

774 View of Westminster Abbey, 
with old houses, as they ap- 
peared in 1816. 

181 7. 531 Coriolanus discovering himself 

to TuUus Aufidius. — Vide 
Coriolanus^ Act iv, scene 4. 
29, Hyde Street ^ Bioomsbury, 

1820. 621 Flowers, fruit, etc. 
754 Portrait of a lady. 
865 The alchymist. 

13, Stafford Street^ 

Lisson Groife. 

182 1. 226 The sugar hogshead. 

15, Cumberland Streety 

JVintf Road, 

1823. 920 Hannibal. 

1824. 144 Spring. 
145 Autumn. 
512 Electricity. 

78, Newtnan Street. 

1825. 517 Cavern with banditti. 
685 Sunset; a sketch. 

98, Albany Street, 
1828. 471 Evening recreations. 

1830. 297 The welcome. "He comes! 

He comes ! and on his gal- 
lant grey, etc." 

1831. 321 The bride. 



re, ly^f^ Samji^rd Stntt^ 

l^m^tk. 
1832. ;;? The wounded Knight* •* Dur- 
ing the ag^ of Knight- 
errantT)*, it was usual for 
ladies to study the art of 
5iurger\\ in order to diYss the 
wounds of those Knights 
who were their ser\'ants.** — 
Smollett. 
(Historical Painter to Her Majesty.) 

1 7, Gntfhm Strttt, /?<»nrf .^, 
*^33- 5>*> The Hon. Mrs, Norton. 
1848. 549 A thorn in the foot. 
5S8 Evening pra\*er. 

5, Atibrey J i//«w, AWtit^ J/ill 

1 85 1 . '81 The pride of the morning. 

1852. 1:5 Faith; a companion to Hope 

and Charity, 
358 The shamrock. 

1853. 906 Inspiration; a sketch for a 

fresco. 
39, Albion St,^ R^nts J\trk, 
1857. <;33 The clerg>'man*s widow. 

(The late.) 
1874. 852 The malediction. 

PARRIS, J Architect. 

1 2, James Place^ 

Hampsttad Road. 

1826. loio Parish church at Hulme, etc. 

P ARRIS, Miss Mary Anne... Painter. 
17, Grafton Street. 
1845. 107 Fruit. 
1847. 93 do. 

210 Flowers. 
338 Apples. 

PARRIS, R Architect. 

At Bailey and Willskires, 

iMmbeth. 
1828. mo Design for a Market Cross. 

PARRIS, W. A Architect. 

17, Grafton Street, Bond St. 
1845, "*7 Gateway, Dean's Yard, West- 
minster. 

PARRISHi Charles. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
Carlton Chambers, 

12, Regent Street, 
1885. 1754 Design for a painted window. 

PARRISH, J Architect. 

8, South Molton Street. 
I Si 5. 796 Design for a park entrance. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PARROTT, G. ... Miniature Painter. 
7, Bennet Street^ St, Jameses. 
1844. 896 My youngest sister. 

PARROTT, H Painter. 

George Street^ Nottingham, 

1852. 625 Sketch from nature on the river 

Don, near Doncasler, York- 
shire. 

PARROTT, S Painter. 

George Street^ Nottingham, 

1 84 1. 202 Sketch from nature, near 

Ofton, Nottinghamshire. 
Gray Street^ Nottingham. 

1843. 208 Spires of Dovedale, Derby- 

shire. 

1844. 1 1 89 View in Mousal-dale, Derby- 

shire. 

1853. 178 Scene in Mill-dale, Derby- 

shire. 

PARROTT, William Painter. 

1 2, St, Jameses Place^ 

Hampstead Road, 
1835. 75 Study from nature. 
1837. 30 The brood. 

9, William Street^ 

Hampstead Road, 

1842. 1053 Castle Orgueil, on the Jersey 

Coast, with the annual race 
upon the beach. 

1844. 168 Les Bibliotheques Publiques, 

on the Quai Conte, under 
the Institute, Paris, 
mo Notre Dame, Paris. 

71, Via Sistina^ Rome, and 

Aveleyy Essex, 

1845. 573 The Arch of Titus, situate on 

the Via Sacra, showing also 
on its left the Orti Farnesi, 
etc., crowning the Palatine 
Hill, and on its right the 
tower and other objects of 
the Capitoline Hill as ap- 
pearing above the Forum 
Romanum. Painted on the 
spot, 
9, William Street, 

Hampstead Road, 

1846. 397 The palace of Queen Johanna 

of Naples, called by the na- 
tives, II Palazzo Nero. 
64s The Barcarole, Naples shore. 
13 15 General view of the Forum of 
Pompeii from the Triumphal 
Arch. It was considered the 
most perfect specimen of an 
ancient forum extant; it was 



excavated between the years 
1813 and 1822; it had suf- 
fered from the earthquake of 
the year 63, and at the period 
of the fatal eruption, sixteen 
years after, was being recon- 
structed with greater mag- 
nificence. The forum was 
the most public place of re- 
sort in Pompeii. Around it 
are the remains of its once 
sumptuous temples, its trea- 
sury, its law tribunals, its 
religious colleges, etc. Stone 
measures fitted into a recess 
in the wall of the area, in- 
dicate the market place of 
this most commercial city of 
Campania. 

68, Warren Street, 

1848. 317 Windsor from the Clewer mea- 

dows. 
319 A peep from the terrace, 

Windsor. 
630 The monk in the Colosseum, 

surrounded by brothers of 

Mercy, preaching to Roman 

citizens. 

1849. 596 Reminiscence of the last Mon- 

tem at Eton. 

7, Cleveland Street, 

1850. 1105 Port of Como, birth-place of 

the two Plinys. 

185 1. 150 The nigger boat builder. 
575 Rustic grouping. 

68, Mortimer Street, 

1852. 62 Genova la Superba, from St. 

Tommasso. 
1304 Ladies of Genoa, in the cos- 
tume of that city, bestowing 
alms on their way to the 
church of Our Lady on the 
HiU. 

77, Charlotte Street, 

1853. 1085 Naples from near Virgil's 

Tomb, etc. 
1287 A fair in the Champs Elysee, 
Paris. "Voila, voila, v'la, 
via, messieurs, etc." 

1854. 1090 Strada Balbi, Genoa. 

1855. 459 Glengarriff, Ireland. 

1289 Temple of Minerva, Rome. 
1857. 5 Hay carting. 

14, Fitzroy Street, 
1863. 724 The Palace, Joanne of Naples. 

PARRY, A Painter. 

39, Spencer Street, 

Northampton Square. 
1850. 1071 Cattle reposing. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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PARRY, Charles James Painter. 

I, Guiidhall Chambers, 

1888. 391 The rising of the moon, 

1889. 94 Ogwen, North Wales, 

1890. 839 Goring on Thames. 

1891. 106 In Cilencoe. 

Addison House ^ Whitney Rd.^ 
LeytoHy Essex, 
1900. 777 The edge of the forest. 



PARRY, David H Painter. 

I, Sanford Terrace^ 

Stoke Newington Common, 

1893. 1195 The fading of the day. 

1894. 1 121 An English lane. 



PARRY, E. Gambier Painter, i 

Elmcroft^ Goring-on- Thames, I 
i8q8. 429 The estuary of the Stoiir. | 

1899. 388 Solitude. 

939 Spring days. 

PARRY, H. B Architect. 

At Mr, L, Lloyd's, 

Upper Stamford Street. 

1827. 1052 Design for a church. 

PARRY, J Painter. 

Manchester, 
1803. 636 A village fair. 

PARRY, J Gem Engraver. 

3, Bentinck Street, 

1802. 1087 Portrait of an artist. 

1803. 801 do. a gentleman. 

10, Wells Street. 

1830. 1 1 34 Impression from an intaglio 

gem. 

1 83 1. 1040 A bacchanalian head. 
1834. 967 Portrait of a lady; intaglio. 

1839. 669 Portrait; intaglio. 

1 840. 1080/ A head of Mercury; an intaglio. 

5, Lisle Street, 

Leicester Square. 

1841. 1122 Portrait of a gentleman; in- 

taglio. 

PARRY, J., Junr Gem Engraver. 

10, Wells Street, 

1828. 1055 Portrait of an artist; an intaglio. 
1068 Phaeton; an intaglio. 

1829. 107; An intaglio gem of Hebe. 

1830. 1089 Head of Mercury; an intaglio. 
1833. 1039 do. do. 
1839. 670 Portrait of a lady; intaglio. 



PARRY, William, A,R,A Painter. 

At Mr. Neild% 

the comer of St. Jameses St,, 

Piccadilly. 

1776. 211 The portraits of two gentlemen; 

whole length. 

212 Portrait of a nobleman; small 

whole length- 

213 Heiva, chief mourner of Ota- 

hiete. — Ifaufks^mrtk^s Voy- 
ages, voU ii, p. 236. 

214 Portrait of a gentleman; three 

quarters. 

215 Portrait of an old man. 
(Elected AR.A.) 

Duke St,, St. Jameses Square. 

1777. 260 A portrait of a lady ; half length. 
261 do. do. 

1778. 224 Mrs. Jackson in the character 

of Merope, Act the Third. 

225 Portrait of Mr. Parry (who is 

blind; pUymg at draughts^ 
with the portraits of twoother 
gentlemen. 

226 Portrait of a lady; half length. 

1779. 226 Two small whole lengths. 

227 A young lady; whole length. 

228 Peter the wild boy, who was 

brought from Germany by 
his late Majesty, and is now 
living at Berkhampstead, 
Herts. 

17, Haymarket. 

1787. 43 A man drinking. 

103 Peter, the Wild Boy. 

169 Portrait of a gentleman. {Tre- 
vor Lloyd,) 

219 A beggar woman and child. 

223 Portrait of a lady. 

237 do. the late Dr. Sokn- 
der; small whole length. 

241 Portrait of the late Mr. Pan7. 

1788. 45 The misers. 

69 PortraitofaSwedishgentleman; 
three quarters. 

PARS, Miss Crayon Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1786. 4>8 Portrait of a young lady; 
crayons. 



PARS, William, A.R.A Painter. 

Percy Street, Soho. 
1769. 77 An arch at Mylassa, in Asia 
Minor. 

78 A ruin at Troas, Asia Minor. 

79 The Propylia, or entrance of 

the Acropolis at Athens. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pars, William, A.JR,A. — continued. 

1 769. 80 The Castalian spring at Delphi. 
81 A Temple in the Island 

iEgina. 
81 The Cave of Archidamus, near 

Athens. 
83 Miletus, with the ferry over 

the Meander. 

1770. 138 A view of the great Temple of 

Minerva built by Pericles, in 
the citadel of Athens. 
(Elected A.R. A.) 

1 77 1. 143 A view of the mountains near 

Chamouny in Savoy, with 
the source of the river Ar- 
beiron. 

144 A view of the Valley of Ice, 

near Chamouny. 

145 A View of the Glaciere on the 

Mountain Furco in Switzer- 
land, with the source of the 
Rhone. 

146 A View of part of the Glaciere, 

of Grindelwald, in the can- 
ton of Berne. 

147 A view of the Devil's Bridge 

over the Rheuss in the Can- 
ton of Uri. 

148 A view of the entrance of the 

lake, and part of the town 
of Lucerne. 

149 A View of Lauffenbourgh, one 

of the forest towns on the 
Rhine. 

150 A view of a Roman monument 

at Igel, near the Moselle in 
theDutchy of Luxembourgh. 
(The last eight were painted for 
Lord Palmerston who took 
Pars with him to illustrate 
his tour,) 

151 A portrait of a gentleman; 

three quarters. 

1772. 179 A philosopher. 

180 Part of the lake of Sligo in 

Ireland; stained drawing. 

181 Part of the lake at Keswick, 

Cumberland; stained draw- 
ing. 

1773. 220 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 

man ; small whole lengths. 

22 1 Portrait of a gentleman; Kit cat. 

222 A view on the lake of Como. 

1 775* ^'5 Portrait of a sea officer; small 
whole length. 

216 Portrait of a young gentleman ; 

three quarters. 

Rome, 
1776. 216 Portrait of a child. 

217 Portraits of two children. 



PARSEY, A Miniature Painter. 




II, Burlington Arcade, 


1829. 


666 Portrait of a lady. 




832 H. N. Green, Esq. 


1830. 


656 Portraits of the daughters of a 




nobleman. 




86 1 Miss M. A. Pratt. 




934 Portrait of a naval officer. 


1831. 


753 do. young lady. 




921 Lieutenant Kendall, R.N. 


1832. 


841 Portrait of a lady. 




25, Newland St,, Kensington, 


^^ZZ- 


786 Mr. W. A. Jarrin. 


1835. 


612 Portrait of the author of " Di- 




varication." 




863 Portrait of a lady. 




870 do. do. 




19, Strand, 


1836. 


762 Mr. E. King. 




23, Piccadilly. 


1837- 


1032 Perspective view of a proposed 




cemetery chapel, showing 




the natural convergence of 




perpendiculars. 



PARSONS, Alfred, A,R,A,, R,I, 

Painter. 
North End, Frome, 
1871. 323 A half holiday. 

405 In a copse — November. 

1874. 30 Clay Hill from Longleat Park, 

Wilts. 
216 "There's nought in this life 

sweet, etc." — Fletcher, 
467 Climbing roses. 

1875. 116 "Exeunt." 

346 Chrysanthemums. 

1876. 125 Summer flowers. 
170 Silver wings. 

613 Weary winter coming fast. 

1877. 1368 "A willowy brook that turns a 

mill." 

1878. 16 Fallen. 

517 "Two for Mirth." "Time re- 
membered is grief forgotten, 
etc." 

711 ThemillheAd. 

769 Buttercup time. 

54, Bedford Gardens, 

1879. 35 The ending of summer. 
170 An Indian jar. 

417 Yellow leaves. "When yellow 
leaves, or none, or few do 
hang." 

507 Love in a mist. 

769 A running brook. 

1880. 212 An October evening. 
321 Floods. 

1881. 301 The road to the farm. 

450 On the hills near Goodwood. 



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1882. 
1883. 

1884. 



1885. 
1886. 



1887. 



1888. 1642 



1889. 
1890. 



20, Mortimer Street 
1497 Autumn in New England. 
621 The first frost. 
8 1 1 A quiet country. 
404 After work. "When the chill 
rain begins at shut of eve 
In dull November." 
535 Moss roses. 
40 On Shannon shore. 
1 1 52 The Dent du Chat, Aix-les- 

Bains. 
202 "When nature painted all 
things gay.*' Purchased for 
the Chanirey Bequest for 

Illustration to sonnet of Words- 
worth. 
723 The valley of the Thames. 
715 A bend of the Avon. 
1268 Wild Marjoram. 

1891. 1662 "Theworldistoomuchwithus." 

19, St. Ann^s Courts Soho, 

1892. 184 The flowers appear on the 

earth. 

1893. 668 Buddha and his disciples on 

the rocks at Tennenji, Japan. 
54, Bedford Gardens, 

1894. 417 Sunset after rain. 

1895. 87 The thorn. 

1896. 335 A mid May morning. 

396 "The rain is over and gone." 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1897. 146 "The star that bids the shep- 

herd fold." 
1 28 1 Japanese iris in a Weybridge 

garden. 
1 3 18 Daffodils at Warley Place. 

1898. 42 Near the Keepers. 

326 The Mooters, Bishopswood, 

Herefordshire. 
1059 Megeve, Savoy. 

1899. 434 The village by the links. 
1 1 01 By a rivulet 

1 1 69 Azaleas. 

1900. 43 The green punt. 
86 Rain in spring. 

1 109 In Longleat woods. 

1 90 1. 252 Last day for salmon; junction 

of the Tees and Greta. 
281 Buttercups. 
938 Crimson rambler. 

1902. 17 Poplars. 

208 Brown autumn. 
811 Carnations. 

1903. 5 Rosy eve, valley of the Exe. 
19a A pear orchard. 

815 Herbaceous borders at Great 
Warley. 

1904. 18 In the west country. 
537 Bonnie Scotland. 

VI. 



PARSONS, Arthur Wilde ... Painter. 
2 1 , Hampton Park^ Clifton, 

1 175 Homeward bound, Ports- 
mouth. 

75, Hampton Parky 

Redland, Bristol. 

1016 " After tempest when the long 

wave broke all down the 

thundering shores of Bude 

and Bos." 

1 176 Abandoned. 
807 "When each rude wind is 

hushed and ocean sleeps." 
398 " When boats rock idly in the 

sheltered cove." 
243 The long day wanes. 



1888. 



1895. 



1900. 
1901. 

1902. 



1904. 

PARSONS, Miss Beatrice E. 

Painter. 

3, York Grove^ Peckham, 
1889. 1558 Chrysanthemums. 

1891. 1431 The adoration of the Magi. 

1892. 1 3 12 Ethel. 

1893. 961 Autumn. 
T894. 1 1 18 Spring. 

1899. 879 The Annunciation. " Hail, 

thou art highly favoured ! " 

PARSONS, Miss Charlotte M. 

Sculptor. 
Melbourne House^ Blackheath, 
1 89 1. 1973 Major - General Munro, 

R.M.L.I.; bust. 

PARSONS, J. R Painter. 

40, Old Bond Street. 

1850. 488 Portrait of an octogenarian. 

1851. 625 The light of other days. 

1855. 3 Thomas Keightley, Esq., 

author of the Histories of 
Greece and Rome, etc. 
133 Rev. J. Harris. 

I, Cheyne Roiv^ Chelsea, 

1856. 79 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1857. 480 do. lady. 

26, Edward Street, 
1868. 600 The wayfarer. 

PARSONS, J. V. R Painter. 

27, Liverpool and 
London Chambers^ Liverpool, 

1900. 440 An unexpected return. 
1902. 115 Miss Josene Duncan. 
1904. 933 An autumn idyll. 

PARSONS, John W. 

Miniature Painter. 
Netherbury^ Beaminster^ Dorset, 

1894. 1292 Baba. 

1895. "^+ Mrs. J. W. Parsons. 

K 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PARSONS, Miss Letitia Margaret 

(afterwards Mrs. Keith) ... Painter. 

North Endy Frame, 

1879. 631 A winter bouquet. 

1880. 639 White chrysanthemums. 

1 88 1. 173 Pansies. 

571 Love in idleness. 

1882. 807 Buttercups and daisies. 
815 Daffodils. 

1884. 150 "The fairest flowers o' the 
season." 

1886. 327 Flowers and berries. 

1887. 886 Wild roses and guelder roses. 
{See Mrs. Keith, vol. iv, page 307.) 

PARSONS, Miss Painter. 

1857. 40X Head of a girl. 

PARSONS, Owen P Architect. 

14, Temple Sty Birmingham, 
1904. 1443 Reception Hall, Rectory. Farm, 
Streatley. 

PARTINGTON, J. H. E. ... Painter. 

Rosefield Cottage^ Stockport, 

1873. 1024 Shetland turf gatherers. 

Romiley^ near Stockport, 

1874. 1381 The return of the mussel- 

gatherers. 
Bay Cottage^ Heysham^ 

Lancashire, 

1875. 204 Joseph Moseley, Esq. 

335 Hard weather. "I thought me 
on the ourie cattle, etc." — 
Burns, 
White HousCy Bare^ Lancaster, 

1876. 29 Shipwreck. 

I, Oakfield Terrace^ 

Davenporty near Stockport, 

1877. 217 Among the blackberries. 

1878. 310 Waiting for low tide. 
836 The ford. 

95, Bridge Street^ Manchester, 

1880. 587 The Smuggler's yarn. 
10 16 A Capri maid. 

10, South King Street ^ 

Manchester, 

1 88 1. 262 Mr. J. R. Wilkinson and 

daughters. 

1882. 313 Portraits. 

1883. 284 Alexander Ireland, Esq. 

325 J. G. Greenwood, Esq., LL.D., 
Vice-Chancellor of the Vic- 
toria University, Manchester. 
Beach Cottage, Ballure Road, 
Ramsey y Isle of Man, 

1884. 240 A Ramsey wrecker. "Tis an 

ill wind that blows nobody 
good." 



PARTON, 


1875- 
1876. 


105 
578 
184 


1877. 


296 

4> 




439 


1878. 


548 

558 
109 




497 




579 




9»S 



Elm Villa, Ramsey, 

1886. 121 Lieut..Colonel S. W. Wilkin- 

son. 

Ernest Painter. 

76, Newman Street, 

Where the ferns grow. 

The old Road. 

"The placid stream where the 
water lilies grow." 

Papa's lunch. 

Sunny September. 

O'ershadowed by the passing 
clouds." 

Poet's Comer. 

The high Hall garden. 

The silent pool. 

Reflections. 

Au bord de I'eau. 

On the river Loing, near Fon- 
tainebleau. 
1879. 21 The Waning of the Year. Pur- 
chased for the Chantrey Be- 
quest for jC2SO, 

Midday. 

The village pond. 
IVoodbridge House, 
Elm Tree Road, 

St, John's Wood, 

"Amongst the woods and 
waters." 

The mill stream — Arundel. 

A bank of poppies. 

The last of October. 

" When evening's twilight 
gathers round, etc. 

Silver and gold. 

The old river side tree. 

"Falling leaves and fading 
trees." 

" Where memory dwells." 

The Vale of Light. 

English homes — Streatley-on- 
Thames. 

The twilight hour. 

The last of October. 

On the banks of the Kennet — 
Berkshire. 
1084 Summer days — Wargrave-on- 
Thames. 

cjo Dr, Sumner, 

46, Wellington Road, N, W, 

1887. 163 The Pool. 
1030 An old tree. 

37, Fitzroy Square, 

1888. 164 From the woods to the sea. 
419 The ivy clad tower. 

35, Acacia Road, 

1889. 610 A rough pasture. 

637 Old lock on the Kennet. 





204 




498 


1880. 


124 




244 




5»3 




578 


1882. 


7*3 




838 


1883. 


268 




>459 


1884. 


398 




558 


1885. 


40 




870 


1886. 


510 




562 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



67 



The winding Thames. 

The Derwent Valley. 

In the heart of Normandy. 

In the spring time. 

Through the woods. 

In the greenwood. 

Eventide. 

A woodland stream. 

Storm and shine, Windermere. 

A Hillside — Picardy. 

The water meadows of Picardy. 

" When lingering daylight wel- 
comes night's pale Queen. 
28, Brunswick Square. 

The coming night. 

Sunshine and shower. 

3, Brunswick Square. 

The last gleam of sunlight. 

Houghton Mill on the Ouse. 

The end of the lake. 

The banks of the Avon. 

On the Somme. 

The old church green — War- 
grave- on-Thames. 

A pool on the Medway. 

Solitude. 

Streatley from Goring. 

In a fairy woodland. 

A golden autumn. 

A mountain pool. 

In the silent woods. 

The pool at twilight. 

An autumn morning. 



PARTON, H. Woodbridgc... Painter. 

8, Eim Tree Road, N, IV. 
1885. 169 Roses. 

PARTRIDGE, Bernard. 

Painter and Illustrator. 

1 1, Marlborough Road, N. W. 

1896. 1275 Argentan, church of St. Mar- 

tin. 
1492 "Punch"; drawing. 

1897. 1649 An ingenious deduction; draw- 

ing for " Punch." 
1666 Drawing for " Punch." 

1898. 1461 Adeste, fideles. 

149, Church Street, Chelsea. 

1903. 189 In the creek. 

1904. 345 Wieniawski's " L^ende." 

PARTRIDGE, Miss Charlotte. 

Miniature Painter. 
2, York Place. 
1847. 894 M. W. Cromartie, Esq. 

1849. 739 Portrait of a lady. 
812 do. do. 

1850. 779 A portrait. 

1851. 888 Portrait of a lady. 



1889. 


741 




1099 


1890. 


362 




368 


I89I. 


560 




683 


1893. 


H7 




391 




622 


1893. 


316 


1894. 


308 




344 


1895. 


9* 




X20 


1896. 


42 > 


1897. 


1073 


1898. 


^35 




565 


1899. 


«S4 




179 


1900. 


83 




504 


I90I. 


214 




831 


1902. 


409 




443 


1903. 


3"5 




359 


1904. 


276 



1852. 813 S. T. Partridge, M.D. 
823 A portrait. 

1853. 728 Portrait of a lady. 

PARTRIDGE, Miss Ellen ... Painter. 
1 2, Montague Street. 
1844. 833 Portrait of a lady. 

2, York Place. 

1854. 250 Little Mary. 

752 Mrs. Henry A. Pierrepoint. 

1856. 623 S. T. Partridge, Esq., M.D. 

1857. 33 Mrs. Bertham Barton. 
44 The earnest student. 

1859. 134 Posthumous portrait. 

588 Miss Eliza Partridge. 

1 86 1. 468 A portrait. 

1862. 264 do. 

1866. 159 The picture book. 

1 87 1. 97 Mrs. T. H. Watson. 

1872. 1363 The late Robert Duke, Esq., 

of New Park, co. Sligo. 

1873. 74 Mrs. Joseph Mead. 
482 Miss Stewart. 

1874. 363 Mrs. William Reynolds. 
1876. 390 Ella von Malachowska. 
1878. 703 Clock Tower, Dinan. 

9, Nottingham Place. 
1888. 1 541 Mrs. Partridge. 

1890. 1 571 The late Mrs. John Burgess 

Watson. 

1891. 1465 Elizabeth; miniature. 

1892. 1346 The late Edward Frederick 

Skinner, Esq. 

1893. 1267 The late Sir Henry L. Harrison. 

PARTRIDGE, J Painter. 

At Mr. Burton's, 

14, Drury Lane. 
200 Larks. 

2, South Street, 

Berkeley Square. 
44 Flowers. 

74 Portrait of a young lady. 
134 Flower piece. 
456 Portrait of a young lady. 



1781. 



1790. 
1791. 
1792. 



PARTRIDGE, John Painter. 

— Partridge, 

7, London Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
181 5. 556 Miss Foote in the character of 
Lucilla. 
y. Partridge, 

21, Wigmore Street. 

1 81 7. 198 Miss Foote. 

1818. 135 Portrait of the High Sheriff of 

Essex for the year 181 7. 
144 H. Uttledale, Esq. 
146 T. Ptatt^ Eiq. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Partridge, John — continued, 

1818. 254 H. Burmester, Esq. 
283 Madlle. George. 
297 Mrs. Piatt. 

595 S. Parkes, Esq., F.L.S. 
620 A portrait. 

1819. 162 Mr. Justice Best. 

215 Signor Ambrogetti in the 
character of Don Giovanni, 
etc. 

1820. 5 Mrs. Campbell, Stonefield. 

195 Mrs. General Campbell, Lock- 

nell. 
759 J. Campbell, Esq., Stonefield. 
Wigmore Street, 

182 1. 221 W. Johnson, a native of Argyll- 

shire, now living in London at 
the age of 103. " Shoulder'd 
his crutch, and shew'd how 
fields were won." 
223 Sir Ilay Campbell, Bart., late 
Lord President of the College 
of Justice in Scotland. 
391 Two sisters. 
1823. 69 Portrait. 

21, Brook Street^ 

Grosvenor Square. 

1828. 32 An Albanian. 

277 Mrs. Warren Hastings Ander- 
son. 

1829. 199 The Dowager Countess of 

Dartmouth. 
325 Mrs. Bolton King. 
521 Campbel Riddell, Esq. 

1830. 32 Mrs. H. F. Sandeman. 
138 Mrs. Scott. 

256 Titania, Puck, and Bottom. 
323 John Smith, Esq., M.P. 

1 83 1. 23 The Countess of Guilford. 
45 Master Frederick Tighe. 

195 Uva Scelte. 
218 A portrait. 

1832. I Cheerfulness; portrait of a lady. 

" Through the sweet-briar, 
etc."— Z'^//<^^. 

301 Lady Heron Maxwell. 

3 1 5 Infant Flora, portrait of Blanch, 
daughter of Sir Francis Vin- 
cent, Bart. 

1833. 286 Brothers. 
437 Villeggiatura. 
581 Pets. 

1834 89 John,fourthsonoftheRt.Hon. 

Sir Robert Peel, Bart. 
209 Mrs. John Abel Smith. 
283 Portraits of the children of 

J. Clifton Juckes, Esq. 
291 Mrs. Throckmorton and 

children. 
329 Robert Knight, Esq., M.P. 



1835. 224 Astride. Portraits of Henry 

and Edward, sons of Henry 
Petre, Esq., of Dunkenhalgh. 

255 The chair-saddle. Portraits of 
George and Oswald, sons of 
Henry Petre, Esq. 

329 Mrs. James Adam Gordon. 

1836. 57 Portrait of a young lady. 

160 The Hon. Mrs. Edward Hob- 
house. 

362 Mrs. Arabella Fermor. " First 
robed in white, etc." — Rape 
of the Lock, 

399 George Bailey, Esq., of Meller- 
stain. 

956 Young friends. 

1837. 171 H.R.H. Leopold, Prince of 

Belgium. 
143 Portrait of the author of Haji 

Baba, etc. etc. 
382 Portraits of RezaKouli Meerza, 

Timour Kouli Meerza, and 

Nejef Kouli Meerza, Princes 

of Persia. 

1838. 73 Silvanella. 

188 The Hon. Colonel Wingfield, 

Stratford. 
408 Sketch of a Sketching Society; 

the critical moment. 

1 839. 27 Portraits of the Earl of Dalkeith 

and Lord Francis Scott, eld- 
est and youngest sons of the 
Duke of Buccleuch. 
562 Portraits of Lord Henry and 
Walter Scott, second and 
third sons of the Duke of 
Buccleuch. 

1840. 47" Naomi, Ruth and Orpah. "But 

Ruth clave unto her, etc." 

1841. 61 Portrait of Her Majesty. 
188 H.R.H. Prince Albert. 

1842. 63 Portrait of the Queen. Painted 

by command of Her Majesty 
for the King of the French. 
171 Portrait of Prince Albert. 
Painted by command of 
H.R,H. for H,R.H. the 
Duchess of Kent, 

1843. 186 RichardBethell,Esq. /y^i<'«/a- 

tion portrait 
302 Lieutenant Henry Petre. 
371 Portrait of a lady and child. 
(Portrait Painter Extraordinary to Her 
Majesty dnd to H.R.H. Prince Albert.) 

1844. 49 Espartero, Duque de la Vic- 

toria. 

254 Lady Fleetwood and son. 
1 845- 17S Portraits. 
1846. 10 Lord Beauvale. 

449 Lady Beauvale. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



69 



PARTRIDGE, William O. 

Sculptor. ' 
255, Boulevard Raspail^ Paris, 

1 891. 1983 Dr. E. E. Hale; bust, bronze. 

131, Boulevard Montparnasse^ 
Paris, 

1892. 1966 A dream; relief, bronze. 

PASCOE, William Painter. 

Plymouthy and 29, Bow St, 

1842. 895 View on the Caddiver river, 

Dartmoor, Devon. 

43, Union Street^ Pfymoulh, 

1843. 127 Cottage and bridge at Parra- 

combe, North Devon. 
476 Cottage scene near Bow, South- 
tawton, Devon. 

PASH, Miss Florence Painter. 

132, Sloane Street. 
1892. 492 Fairy tales. 

36, Victoria Street, 

1896. 750 In the Schoolroom. 

1897. 852 Baby. 

1898. 830 Meditation, 1859. 

{No7v Mrs, Humphrey,) 

1899. 533 A babe in the wood. 
865 The old armchair. 

122, Victoria Street, 

1902. 301 Baby. 
513 Eve. 

1903. 240 Blanche, daughter of Hugh 

Horniman, Esq. 

PASLEY, Miss Louisa M. S. 

Sculptor. 

Moorhill, Shedfieldy 

Botley^ Southampton, 

1880. 1628 General Sir Edward Sabine, 

K.C.B , late President of the 

Royal Society; bust. 

Claremont House, Fleet, Hants, 

1884. 1832 Dog and cat playing; group, 

terra-cotta. 

PASMORB, Daniel Painter. 

6, Salisbury Court, Fleet Street. 
1829. 47* Portrait of a gentleman. 

23, Cullum Street, City. 

1839. 216 A. Solari, Esq. 
297 Portrait of a lady. 
744 Mr. Van Am burgh. 

1840. 5*5 The triumphant entry of King 

Edward IV into Crosby 
Hall, as seen from the min- 
strel's gallery, supposed to 
take place about the year 
1471. 



1 84 1. 636 



1844. 795 
1846. 219 



1852. 822 



Sir John Crosby entertaining 
King Edward IV. at Crosby 
Place. " And now what rests 
but that we spend the time, 
etc." 

2, Gou*er Place, 

Study from nature. 

The Wreath. 

18, Gloucester Place^ 

Oakley Square, 

Portrait of Niemmann, land- 
scape painter. 

Oughts and crosses. 

The Welcome. 

The secret. " Many things to 
us are known, etc." 

Plaiting straw near St. Alban's. 

Preparing for the masquerade. 

54, Crowndale Road, 

Camden Town, 

The attendant at the old Manor 
House. 

The happy days of Anne Bo- 
leyn; the interior painted at 
Hever Castle. 



PASMORE, Daniel, Junr. ... Painter. 
6, Salisbury Court, Fleet Street. 

1829. 675 Sitting for a portrait. 

68, Fleet Street. 

1830. 608 Sketch. 

6, York Street, Covent Garden. 

1 83 1. 396 The finishing touch. 
937 Portrait of a gentleman. 

3, Peterborough Court. 

1832. 24 The juvenile architects. 
318 Boys blowing bubbles. 

1833. 38 Contemplation. 

216 The hungry competitors, or 
candidates for a breakfast. 
II, Patrick Square. 
498 Study from nature. 



•853- 
1854. 


S30 

1264 

»9 


1855- 
1859. 


142 


1865. 


388 




555 



1834. 



PASMORE, John Painter. 

y. Pasmore, funr,^ 

6, York St,f Covent Garden, 

1 83 1. 120 Still life. 
202 do. 

3, Peterborough Court. 

1832. 593 Still life. 

J, Pasmore, 

46, King Street, Borough. 

1839. 40 Sheep. 

1840. 225 Portrait of Cupid, the property 

of Ix)rd Chesterfield. 

410 The portrait of Lion, the pro- 
perty of G. Osborn, Esq. 

429 The launch. 

632 Study from nature. 

1841. 211 Birds. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pasmore, John — continued. 

1845. 415 Portrait of a Highland sheep- 

dog, the property of the Dow- 
ager Countess of Dunmore. 
433 The reaper. 

PASMORE, John F Painter. 

10, Gower Street 

1842. 450 Study of a partridge. 
502 Study of trout. 

651 Goldfish. 

7, Grafton Street East. 

1843. 227 Study of a girl. 
570 The luncheon. 

89 1 The head of a favourite pointer. 

1844. 459 "Give me a kiss, Poll." 

2, Gower Place. 

1846. 528 The farmer's daughter. 

22, Grafton Street East. 

1847. 1 155 Rustics at ease. 
1264 The shooting poney. 

1848. 612 The cattle shed. 

1849. 773 The companions. 

2, Hendre Place ^ 

Old Street Road. 

1850. 345 The happy couple. 
983 The morning visit. 

1 189 The farmer's boy. 

1 85 1. 1236 Refreshment. 

AdelpM. 

1852. 139 Portrait of a dog, the property 

of the Marquis de Sani. 

1853. 33 The uninvited guest. 
156 Getting the dinner. 

1252 An English farm. 
1296 The dairymaid. 

29, Arlington Street^ 

Camden Town. 
1855. 330 Fisherman's Cottage. 
410 A farm yard. 
912 Sketch from nature. 

1857. 121 " He won't bite you." 
248 May I feed the pony? 

1858. 163 A farm yard. 
187 The flower girl. 

1859. 156 The dog in the manger. 

44, Munster St., Regent's Park, 
1862. 616 The old sportsman. 

PASMORE, Mrs. John F. ... Painter. 

10, Gower Street. 
1842. 42 Study of a man's head. 

54, Crowndale Road. 
1865. 571 Always welcome. 

PASQUIER Enamel Painter. 

(Of the Royal Academy of Paris.) 

Dover Street, Piccadilly. 
1772. 182 Rinaldo and Armida; in 
enamel. 



1772. 183 Angelica and Medora; in 
enamel. 

184 Portrait of the King; in enamel, 

by memory. 

185 Portrait of his most Christian 

Majesty ; in water colours in 
1768. 

186 Portrait of the King of Den- 

mark; in enamel. Painted 
in 1768. 

187 Portrait of the Dauphiness of 

France; in enamel. Painted 
in 1768. 

188 Portrait of Monsieur de Vol- 

taire; in enamel. Painted 
from the life. Femes, April, 
1771. 

189 Portrait of a lady. 

190 do. for a ring. 

PASQUIER, James Abbott. 

Painter. 
114, New Bond Street. 

1851. 1231 The children of the Hon. 

Lloyd Kenyon. 

1852. 1079 Lord Francis Gordon. 

i860. ^^% Lady O'Donnel and Mrs. 
Forbes. 
754 Portrait of a lady. 

II, Upper Southwick St,, IV. 
1866. 7»7 A cool reception. 

27, Southwick Street. 
1868. 750 Taking a mean advantage. 

PASQUIN, Anthony(John Williams). 

Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1802. 461 Three Indian chiefs; Keysis 
(the sun), and Okia (the 
great doctor), of the Ponte- 
wetime tribe and Matchi 
Pagusagan (or bad gun) of 
the Ottaway tribe. These 
portraits were drawn when 
the author was travelling 
through their nations in 
1799. See also J. Williams. 

PASSAVANT, P Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 80 1. 49 Geese dealers. 
50 Gleaners. 

PASSINGHAM, Miss Leila A. 

Painter. 

9, Sussex Villas, Kensington. 
1895. 900 Portrait of a lady. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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PASSINI, Ludwig Painter. 

Sia Maria del Giglio, 

Palazzo Gritti^ Venice, 
1891. 1166 The Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Layard, 
G.C.B. 

3, Savile Rouf^ IV. 
1897. 1370 Lady Layard. 



PASTORINI, Benedict ... Architect. 
At Mr, Perfetti's, 

63, Wimpole Street^ 

Cavendish Square, 
i77S» *'^ Design for a ceiling; a draw- 
ing. 
1776. 218 A drawing of a painted ceiling. 



PASTORINI, F. E. 

Miniature Painter. 
28, Queen Street^ Brompton, 
1812. 581 W. Wightman, Esq. 

50, Great Tichfield Street, 

18 1 6. 698 Miss C. White. 

181 7. 805 Portraits of Miss Davis, Miss 

A. Tomkins, and J. Connell, 
Esq. 

30, Regent Street, 
1822. 836 Orlando and Adam. "Un- 
happy youth, come not 
within these doors, etc." — 
As You Like It^ act ii, 
scene 2. 
837 Rosalind and Orlando. " Gen- 
tleman, wear this for me, 
etc."— -4j You Like It, act ii, 
scene 3. 

84, Neivman Street, 

1825. 818 Portrait of a gentleman. 
857 do. lady. 

9, The Quadrant, 

1826. 614 Portrait of a gentleman. 
843 La Jeunesse. 

7, Frith Street, Soho, 
1829. 833 J. Palmer, Esq. 

852 Master Croft Morton. 

23, Great Newport Street, 
1833. 766 Portrait of a gentleman. 



PASTORINI, J.... Miniature Painter. 
42, Rathbone Place, 

181 2. 661 A frame containing portraits of 

Col. Browne, Mr. Bonomi, 
and Miss Grant. 

18 1 3. 490 Frame containing portraits of 

a lady and two gentlemen. 

1814. 457 Mr. Prosperi. 

1 8 16. 732 Portraits of Miss Martin, Mr. 
Gordon, and Mr. J. Bonomi. 



1 8 18. 758 Frame containing three por- 

traits. 

18 19. 525 J. B. Haynes, Esq. 

18, Rathbone Place, 
1826. 584 Portraits of Frederick and 
Sylphe. 
J, Pastoriniy Senr,, 

42, Goodge Strut, 
1834. 705 Mr. De Vear, Junr. 

706 Miss C. De Vear. 

707 Miss E. De Vear. 
72a Miss M. De Vear. 

PASTORINI, W. v., Junr. 

Miniature Painter. 
21, Greek Street. 

1825. 689 Portrait of a lady. 

1826. 811 do. an artist. 

PATALANO, Enrico Painter. 

I, Langham Place, 
1890. 104 Mrs. Edward. 

PATERSON, Alexander N. 

Architect. 
13, Portland Terrace, N, W. 
1890. 1745 Interior of the Baptistery, 
Florence. 

PATERSON, George M Painter. 

I, Broughton Place, 

Edinburgh, 

1 88 1. 1000 The old fisherman's favourites. 

5, Picardy Place, Edinburgh, 

1886. 1025 Marshal Keith's last battle, 

Hochkirch, 1758. 

PATERSON, Miss Helen (afterwards 

Mrs. Allingham) Painter. 

5, Southampton Street, 
1874. 807 " Wait for me." 

916 " The milkmaid singeth blithe, 
and the mower whets his 
scythe." 
{See also Mrs. Allingham, vol. 1, 
page 26.) 

PATERSON, James Painter. 

12, Rue Jacob, Paris. 
1879. 456 Carting sand, St. Andrews. 

Killniess, Moniawe, N,B, 

1889. 1271 Chrysanthemums. 

1890. 1 2 14 Windy trees. 
1216 Pine wood. Cove. 

1892. 1 20 1 Glencairn. 

1895. 157 The old mill. 

1896. 68 Copeland's mill. 
1 08 1 Lilies. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PATERSON, Robert Engraver. 

6, South Clerk Street, 

Edinburgh, 

1870. 847 Farmyard — moonlight. After 

J. H. Dell. 
3, East Register Street, 

Edinburgh. 

187 1. 858 Heath — evening effect. After 

J. H. Dell. 
21, East Temple Chambers, 

EC. 
\%11, 1229 Rachel weeping for her child- 
ren. {Vide The Gloaming 
of Life.) 
S, The Norlands East, 

Dulwich Road. 

1887. 1567 The herd-boy. After G. 

Clausen. 

1888. 1690 Pale moon. After G. L. Sey- 

mour. 
1709 Burial of Wilkie. After 
J. M. W. Turner, R.A. 

Whitefriars Street, E.C 

1889. 1793 A Voice from the deep. After 

G. L. Seymour. 



PATERSON, S Architect. 

At Mr. Elmis, 

1 9, College Hill. 

1809. 870 Wanstead House, Essex; the 

asylum afforded by Britain 
to the royal House of Bour- 
bon. 
Leman Street, 

Goodman^ s Fields. 

1 8 10. -jTj Design for an Academy of 

Arts. 

181 1. 893 Design for a museum. 

Architects Office, 

Commercial Sale Rooms. 
181 3. 817 View of Wanstead house, Es- 
sex. 
823 Design for mausoleum. 

1 2, Holbom Court, Grafs Inn. 
181 5. 828 Design for a villa. 

1823. 1049 St. Peter's, Rome, from the 

back of the Colonnade. 

1824. 849 The church of Loretto, from 

the Upper Loggia of the 
Cortile. 



PATERSON, Stirling Painter. 

Northwood House, 
Russell Plcue, 

Trinity, Edinburgh. 

1893. 1022 A quiet morning. 

1894. 1084 Waiting for the tide — St. Mon- 

ance, Fife. 



PATERSON, W Painter. 

61, Chancery Lane, W.C 
1900. I Moorland, Poolewe, Ross- 
shire. 

PATERSON, W. R Painter. 

2, Brocuiway, Westminster. 
1823. 454 View at Sands End, Fulham, 

Middlesex. 
1828. no Cottages near Deal, Kent. 

374 View near Vauxhall Bridge. 
1830. 436 St. Catherine's Hill, near Guild- 
ford, Surrey. 
1068 Quarry Street, near Guildford, 
Surrey. 
1 84 1. 577 The old entrance into Sand- 
wich, Kent. 
997 The Downs off Deal. 

PATIENCE, J Architect. 

/. Patience, Junr. 

1786. 460 Design for a public library. 

23, Wormwood Street, 

Bishopsgate, 

1787. 533 Design for a mausoleum. 

1788. 478 do. banqueting and 

assembly house. 
1793. T^l Design for a mausoleum. 

Tj(t New offices, Beaver Hall, 
Southgate. 

J. Patience. 
1797. 1 172 Great Saxham Hall, near Bury, 

Suffolk, for T. Mills, Esq. 
1799. 899 Design for a mausoleum. 

1804. 870 A villa at Dulwich, for J. Willes, 

Esq. 

1805. 717 Interior of a vestibule. 

1806. 872 Beaver Hall, Southgate. 

1807. 1043 Design for a villa. 

1808. 915 Great Saxham Hall, near Bury 

St. Edmunds, for T. Mills, 
Esq. 

PATIENCE, T Architect. 

At Mr. Patience, 

Bishopsgate Street. 

1796. 794 Design for a hunting lodge. 

1797. 1072 do. park entrance. 

PATIENCE, T Sculptor. 

23, Wormwood Street. 

1798. 956 A bust for a monument to the 

memory of the late Mr. 
Patience, architect. 
1051 An appropriate bass-relief of 
architecture, for the monu- 
ment of the late Mr, 
Patience. 



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25, Mw Broad Street, City, 
1800. 1093 A figure designed for holding a 
light. 
1095 do. do. do. 

{T7u last two artists may be the same 
man, especially as the failures initial was 
pfobably "/.," the son adding Junr. until 
1797.) 



PATMORE, Miss Bertha G. 

Painter. 
The Mansion, Hastings, 

1876. 768 Portion of a survey of West- 

moreland, natural scale. 

1877. 663 Lichen, bark and blossom. 

1878. 710 A Sussex home. 

1879. 7»» Just arrived. 

749 Wanton massacre. 

1880. 757 Love in a mist 
904 Treasure trove. 

1881. 642 ** Wide awake and half awake." 

1882. 870 The Kingfisher. 

Solent House, 

Lymington, Hants. 
1903. 924 Study from a conservatory. 



PATON, Miss Amelia R. See Mrs. 
D. O. Hill, vol. iv, pages loi, 102. 



PATON, Frank Painter. 

I, Argyll Villas, Gravcsend, 
1878. 139 " You are no chicken." 

165, Hampstead Road. 

1880. 475 Puss in boots. 

39, Robert Street, 

Hampstead Road, 

1881. 570 Winter quarters. 

958 Babes in "The Wood." 

Ditton, near Maidstone, 

1882. 461 Little Milksops. 

1495 " Witness my act and deed." 
1504 Both parent and guardian. 

1883. ^'4 England, Scotland, and Ireland 

(bull dog, collie, and pure 
Irish terrier). 
822 The catVcradle. 

1884. 427 More free than welcome. 
441 Rough and ready. 

692 Their first lesson. 

1886. 93 Opening the ball. 
14 « 9 Greed. 

1429 Tree'd. 

Herongate, near Brentwood, 

1887. 314 Not at home. 

1888. 231 A happy family. 
614 Ploughing. 

VI. 



Moreton^ near Ongar, 
1890. 1080 Washing day. 
1095 A happy family. 

PATON, Hugh Painter. 

Ardenham, Marple, 
1900. 162 1 A Cheshire farm. 

PATON, Sir Joseph Noel, R,S,A, 

Painter. 

Wooers Alley Cottage^ 

Dunfermline, N,B, 

1856. 35 Home. 

1858. 29 The bluidy tryste. "*Alaik, 
proude Ladie,' quoth the 
Knycht, 'I spake bot in 
jeste; and thou hast slone 
the trewest lover that ever 
lovit woman; for never — so 
God me help — loved I none 
other bot thee.' And so he 
died. . . . Sche streikit him 
straught in the rath blumis, 
ever making heavy dole; and 
* alaick,' quoth sche, * living 
I livit bot for thee, and ded 
I will for thee die,' and so 
she departed thence; and 
towards eventyde came to 
our Ladie's Priory, and there 
made sche confession, and 
was straight assoylit, and 
mekely receivit her Saviour. 
And whenas complinis was 
sung, her heavy hert brast in 
sondir so that al weipit to 
see. . . . And they layed 
their bodies in one graff." 
471 In memoriam. 

33, Georges Square,Edinburgh, 

i860. 316 Hesperus. 

1 86 1. 10 Dawn — Luther at Erfurt. 
" When I had taken the vow, 
they took the Bible from me 
again, and gave me the so- 
phistical books. But as often 
as I could, I would hide 
myself in the library, and 
give my mind to the Bible." 
" My confused conscience 
oft-times did cast me into 
fits of anger, and I sought, 
day and night, to make out 
the meaning of Paul ; and at 
last I apprehend it thus: 
Through the Gospel it re- 
vealed the righteousness by 
which God, in his mercy 
and compassion, justifieth 
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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Paton, Sir Joseph Noel, R,S.A, — con- 
tinned, 

us, as it is written, * The just 
shall live by faith.' Straight- 
way I felt as if I were born 
anew ; it was as if I had found 
the door of Paradise thrown 
wide open." — Luther, 

1862. 7 The lullaby. " Music that 

brings sweet sleep down 
from the blissful skies." — 
Tennyson, 

1863. 974 Illustration of the Ancient 

Mariner, one of a series of 
twenty executing for the Art 
Union of London. 
984 do. do. do. 

1864. 674 Study of H.R.H. Princess 

Helena. 

1865. 315 Fact and fancy. "Such tricks 

hath strong imagination." 

1866. 299 MorsJanuaVitae. "So, wounded 

and weary from the conflict, 
he rose and followed the 
beckoning Shadow. His 
steps were feeble by reason 
of his sore hurts; but his 
heart quailed not, for he 
knew that ere now his Lord 
had trodden the same way. 
Thus passed he through the 
dark valley where were many 
tombs; and the dead leaves 
were deep beneath his feet. 
... At last, strength fail- 
ing him, he sank upon his 
knees. Then the Shadow 
made pause; and turning 
round, laid upon him a hand, 
at whose touch his blood 
became as ice. . . . And the 
shadow spake, and its voice 
was as the voice of an angel : 
*Thou hast been faithful 
unto death; the Lord will 
give thee a crown of Life.' 
Then was the vail of the 
Darkness rent asunder : and 
lo ! the Shadow was clothed 
upon with light as with a 
garment of rejoicing; and he 
knew that the promise was ful- 
filled, and that, in very deed. 
Mortality was swallowed up 
in Life."— 77/tf Good Fight, 
523 I wonder who lived in there? 
(Knighted.) 

1867. 643 The fairy raid; carrying off a 

changeling — Midsummer 
eve. 



1869. 405 Caliban. "The isle is full of 
noises, etc." — The Tempest, 

PATON, Richard Painter. 

123, Wardour Street, Soho, 

1776. 219 A view of the city and port of 

Rochester. 
220 A view of his Majesty's dock- 
yard at Deptford and the 
royal Hospital at Green- 
wich, with the procession of 
the Trinity Masters, being 
part of a set of views of the 
royal dock yards. 

1777. 262 A view of the great fire in the 

dockyard at Portsmouth that 
happened the end of July, 
1770. 
263 A view of his Majesty's return- 
ing from the fleet into the 
harbour of Portsmouth, after 
the Feu de Joye of the gar- 
rison, on the night of the 
26th of June, 1773. 

1778. 227 View of his Majesty's dock- 

yard at Chatham, and part 
of the river Med way, in the 
county of Kent. 

1779. *3» A view of the burning the 

Prudent of 74 guns in Louis- 
burg harbour, in the island 
of Cape Breton, and of cut- 
ting out the Bienfaisant of 
64 guns, and towing her into 
the North harbour, which 
was performed by the boats 
of Admiral Boscawen's fleet, 
under the command of 
Captains Laforey and Bal- 
four. 
233 A view in the river Thames, 
with the breaming of a ship 
in the dock, and the iron 
foundery at Deptford. 

1780. 9 A view of the Quebeck after 

the engagement, and Cap- 
tain Farmer taking leave of 
his people. 

10 The Quebeck blowing up, after 
burning for four hours. 

98 The Minerva, Capt. A. Hood, 
attacking the Warwick. 

103 London bridge by moonlight. 

105 The separation of the Minerva 
and Warwick after engaging 
two hours. 

150 The Minerva re-attacking the 

Warwick. 

151 The state of the Minerva and 

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1780. 314 The action between the Sera- 
pis, Capt. Pearson, the 
Countess of Scarborough, 
and Paul Jones's Squadron. 

PATON, Ronald N Painter. 

33, George Square^ Edinburgh. 
1895. 843 Sir Noel Paton, R.S.A., LL.D. 

PATON, Waller Hugh, R.S,A, 

Painter. 
33, St. Georges Square^ 

Edinburgh. 
i860. 267 A summer storm. 

1861. 413 'Mang the braes o* Balqu- 

hidder. 

1862. 551 On the Erecht at Craighall, 

Perthshire. 
21, Fettes Raw, Edinburgh. 

1863. 564 Salmon fishing on the Tay. 

Rosehall Lodge, Edinburgh. 

1864. 474 Boneen,Isleof Arran. "Tween 

the gloamin' and the mirk." 

1865. 370 "Lochaber no more." 

1866. 498 A dell without a name. 

721 Sundown — Brodick Bay, Isle 
of Arran. 

1867. 502 Deer forest in Skye — summer, 

moonlight. 
16, St. Georges Square^ 

Edinburgh. 

187 1. 302 A Border Keep. 

1872. 621 Summer evening — Penlester, 

Arran. 
687 Castle Campbell, Dollar. 

1873. 17 A mountain stream — Loch 

Earn side. 

1875. 908 A mountain stream — Glen 
Cloy, Arran. 

1880. 235 Glencoe — evening. "Slowly 
from the mountain summit 
Was the drifting veil with- 
drawn." 

PATRICK,; Painter. 

1808. 46 Portrait. 
1813. *5 do. of a lady. 
678 do. 

PATRICK, J. Rutherford ... Painter. 
East Linton^ Preston Kirk. 
1 89 1. 884 Through wind and rain. 

PATRY, Edward Painter. 

The Chestnuts, Sydenham Hill. 
1883. 431 Going to school. 

1885. 506 Pleading. 
818 A portrait. 

1886. 198 A vestal virgin. 



1888. 75 » Mandolinata. 

1889. 296 Sweet Lavender. 

339 Walter J. Cutbill, Esq. 
1 107 Wall flowers. 

1890. 72 Colonel Yeatman Biggs. 
454 A wandering minstrel. 
707 Mrs. Walter Cutbill. 

Studio, Campden Hill Road. 

1892. 188 "Tm good now." 
452 Mrs. Paterson. 

561 The squire's daughter. 

1893. 420 Mrs. Warren. 

495 William Paterson, Esq. 

1894. 108 Gerald, son of J. F. Banna- 

tyne, Esq. 
225 May and Vera, daughters of 

J. F. Bannatyne, Esq. 
5^7 A daughter of Eve. 

i^a, Kensington Crescent. 

1895. 483 I^dy Barbara Yeatman. 
1897. 353 Cinderella. 

1899. 108 A Song of the South. 

1900. 336 A sea waif. 

1 90 1. 100 First sorrow. 

1902. I Little Bo-peep. 

393 Celia and Beatrice, daughters 

of G. Dalton Hardy, Esq. 
749 Left in charge. 
1904. 539 Mrs. William Eyre. 

PATTEN, Alfred Fowler ... Painter. 

59, Bemers Street. 
1850. 463 George Harlow White, Esq. 

40, Newman Street. 

1853. Ill Cordelia receiving the news of 

her sisters' cruelty to Lear. 
20, Newman Strut. 

1854. 518 Viola and the Duke Orsino. 

" My father had a daughter, 
Qic:'— Twelfth Night. 

1855. 559 Hamlet and Ophelia. "He 

took me by the wrist, etc." 
21, Queen* s Road JVest, 

Regents Park. 

1856. 1097 The madness of Glaucus. "The 

blind girl, Nydia, believing 
it to be a love philter, ad- 
ministers a draught to 
Glaucus, which produces 
madness." — Last Days of 
Pompeii. 
25, Lodwick Terrace^ N.W. 

1858. 898 The idle embroiderers. 

1859. 20I Resting from the dance. 
i860. 20 A peasant girl of the environs 

of Coblentz. 
1 86 1. 404 The fair Persian tempting the 
Sheikh with wine. "Nour- 
eddin said to him. Drink; 
but the sheikh exclaimed, 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Patten, Alfred Vovfl^r—continued. 

Verily for thirteen years I 
have done nothing of that 
kind. Noureddin threw him- 
self upon the ground pre- 
tending intoxication. Upon 
this the beautiful Enis said, 
Always doth he treat me 
thus. . . . She then filled a 
cup and said, I conjure thee 
by my life to accept it; and 
he took the cup and drank 
it. Then Noureddin raised 
himself and laughed at him, 
etc." 

407 Marguerite. 

592 Meaning mischief. 

63, Albany Street, 

232 Pascuccia. 

302 Non ci credo. 

171, Stanhope Street, 

112 The children of C. J. H. Allen, 
Esq., F.G.S. A., Treasurer of 
the Royal Microscopical 
Society. 

427 Copernicus sees himself bur- 
lesqued by strolling players. 
The incident is said to have 
occurred at Freuenberg (on 
which town he had conferred 
great benefits by his skill in 
mechanical science)after the 
publication of his great work 
on Astronomy, which drew 
upon him the rebuke of the 
Church. 

396 May day: revellers fetching 
forth their queen. 

132, Ebury Street, 

519 Happy spring time. 

43, London Road, Brighton, 
1403 Reading "Robinson Crusoe," 
the foot-print on the sand. 



1863. 

1866. 
1867. 

1868. 



1869. 



1870. 

1873. 
1878. 



PATTEN, C Miniature Painter. 

34, Ludgate Hill, 

1825. 645 W. Patten, Esq. 

1826. 606 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1827. 664 do. do. 

834 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man. 

PATTEN, E Miniature Painter. 

6^Jewin Street, Aldersgate. 
1794. 539 Portrait of a gentleman. 
^795- 45* do. do. 

1796. 622 do. an artist. 

31, Northumberland Street, 

1797. 1000 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1001 do. do. 



1798. 
1799. 

1805. 
1807. 
1808. 



91 1 Portrait of a lady. 
760 do. himself. 



146, Strand. 



794 J. Scott, Esq. 
873 Miss Hepburn. 
788 Miss Catter. 



I3S» Strand, 



PATTEN, Edmund Painter. 

4, Queen Street, 

Edgeware Road, 

1838. 534 London Docks, brig ready for 

sea. 

1839. 451 Sunset at the East India Docks. 



George, A,R,A, ... Painter. 

34, Ludgate Hill. 
Mr. Patten. 
Portrait of an artist. 

G, IL Fatten, Ludgate Hill, 
Portrait of a lady; miniature. 
G, N. Fatten, 34, Ludgate Hill. 
Portrait of a lady; miniature. 

G. Fatten. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Portrait of the infant son of 

J. C. Thompson, Esq. 
Miss Pursell. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Master Eneas Mackintosh. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
Mr. H. Patten. 
Emma. "Yet knew not she 

was fair." — Mallet, 
Mrs. Raymond. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. do. 

do. gentleman. 

Sir Robert Sydney. 
Portrait of the eldest son of 

William Heathcote, Esq. 
Portrait of a lady in a Turkish 

costume. 
Poetry, Painting, and Music. 
Portraits of a lady and child. 
Mrs. John Thomely. 
Master Frederick Heathcote. 
Mrs. Thring. 
Nymph and cupid. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. do. 

59, Bermrs Street. 
Children and goat. 
Portraits of three children. 
Signor Paganini. 
A Bacchante. 
Portraits of Mrs. Treyer Evans 

and children. 



PATTEN, 


1819. 


938 


1820. 


142 


1823. 


860 


1824. 


5*9 


1825. 


507 




624 


1826. 


203 


J827. 


189 




242 




5.6 




568 


1828. 


"5 




148 




166 




253 




379 




426 




940 


1829. 


«H 


1830. 


213 




34» 




698 




752 


1831. 


88 




242 




681 




721 


1832. 


21 




283 


1833. 


>44 




238 




533 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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1834. 14 Cymon and Iphigenia, from 

the Decamerone of Boc- 
caccio, Giornata quinta. 
"An awful fear his ardent 
wish withstood, etc." — 
Dryden, 
412 C. W. H. Freeman, Esq. 

1835. 138 Rev. W. Dalton, late Minister 

of St. Jude's, Liverpool. 
194 Venus caressing her favourite 

dove. 
286 William Dickenson, Esq., late 

M.P. for Somersetshire. 

1836. 89 Bacchus and Ino. 

319 Portrait of an Etonian. 

1837. 352 Wood nymph. 

501 The Bishop of Ely. (Joseph 
Allen,) 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1838. 270 The passions. From Collinses 

Ode. "When Music, hea- 
venly maid, was young, etc." 

1839. 92 Sappho. 

233 Major-General Sir Charles 
Broke Vere, K.C.B. 

282 The Rev. Andrew Reed, D.D., 
founder of the London Or- 
phan Asylum. 

317 The Rev. James Slade, Vicar 
of Bolton-le-Moors and Pre- 
bendary of Chester. Pre- 
sentation portrait for Bolton, 

414 " The Graces, daughters of de- 
light. Handmaids of Venus, 
qX.z,^' —Spenser, 

426 Portrait of the lady of Thomas 
May hew, Esq., Fairfield 
House, Suffolk. 

539 John A. Heraud, Esq., author 
of the "Judgment of the 
Flood," etc. 

578 Lieutenant-Colonel Broke. 

1840. 173 H.R.H. the Prince Albert of 

Saxe Coburg and Gotha, in 

the robes of the Order of the 

Garter. 
257 Mrs. Stewart, presented by the 

congregation of St. Bride's to 

their minister, the Rev. J. 

U. Stewart. 
392 William Fawcett, Esq. Painted 

for the Mechanics!* Institute 

of Liverpool, 
457 The Rev. J. U. Stewart. 

Painted 6y subscription of the 

congregation of St. Bride's, 

Liverpool, late of Percy 

Chapel 
486 Arthur Cope, Esq., of Loughall, 

near Armagh. 



(Portrait painter in ordinary to H.R.H. 
the Prince Albert of Saxe Coburg and 
Gotha.) 

1 84 1. 28 Portraits of the children of the 

late Ellis Fletcher, Esq., of 
Clifton House, Clifton, Lan- 
cashire. 
538 Jacob Fletcher, Esq. 

1842. 45 The Rev. Hugh M'Neile. 

Painted for St, Jude, Liver- 
pool, 

172 Hymen burning the arrows of 
Cupid. 

190 Sir James Eyre, M.D. 

245 Eve. ** Intent now only on her 
taste, etc." — Milton. 

320 Portrait. 

339 Professor Sylvester. 

1843. 46 Portrait of a lady. 

67 Dante, accompanied by Virgil, 
in his descent to the Inferno, 
recognizes his three country- 
men, Rustitucci, Aldo- 
brandi, and Guidoguerra. 

177 Mrs. Charles Whitlaw with her 
infant son. 

326 Miss Ward. 

529 Charles Whitlaw, Esq., the 
celebrated botanist. 

1844. 14 The madness of Hercules. 

" Hercules, distracted, slays 

his wife and children." — 

Euripides. 
266 Miss Ward. 
^^% Maternal love. 
3S8 Lord Francis Egerton. 
424 The Hon. and Rev. Baptist 

Noel. 

1845. 195 Mrs. Henry Crosfield and 

child. 

395 The mouse's petition. "Oh! 
hear a pensive prisoner's 
prayer, etc." — Mrs. Bar- 
bauld. 

453 Harmood Banner, Esq. 
Painted for the Liverpool 
Female Orphan Asylum. 

1846. 100 Pandora. 

133 The family of Mr. George 
Patten, A.R.A. 

1847. 194 Mrs. Tyrer and her grand- 

children, Fixall, Stafford- 
shire. 

225 Thomas Sands, Esq., late 
Mayor of Liverpool. 

330 W. Fairbairn, Esq. 

349 F. J. Elgie, Esq., Mayor of 
Worcester. 

1848. 3$ Flora and Zephyrus. 

200 Cupid taught by the Graces. 



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Patten, George, A,R,A, — contiftued. 

1848. 376 Portraits of a lady and infant 

son. 
413 Saville Onley, Esq. 

1849. 37* The destruction of idolatry in 

England. Coifi, the high- 
priest, on his conversion to 
Christianity, destroying the 
idols of his former worship, 
in the presence of Edwin, 
the Saxon King, a.d. 625. 
The subject is described by 
Sharon Turner. "After 
several of the Witena and 
Counsellors of King Edwin 
had delivered their opinions 
on the subject of religion, 
the high-priest Coifi desired 
to hear Paulinus, who was 
chief of the Christian mis- 
sionaries. ... He requested 
of the King weapons and a 
war-horse, and rode to the 
idol temple, hurled his spear 
to profane it, etc. The scene 
of this event was a little to 
the east of York, beyond the 
river Derwent, at a place 
called Godmunddingham, 
etc.'' 

1850. 7 Henry Peacock, Esq. 

38 Susannah and the elders. 

245 Venus and Cupid. 

270 John Grey, Esq. Presentation 
portrait. 

404 Edmund Buckley, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

446 Bacchus discovering the use of 
the grape. 

558 John S terry, Esq. Painted 
for the Indigent Blind Asy- 
lum. 

1851. 36 Portraits of the children of 

Charles Whitlaw, Esq. 
197 Venus and Cupid. 
203 John Patten, Esq., Mayor of 

Manchester. Painted for the 

Town Hall. 
411 Mrs. Gray. 
503 Alexander Henry, Esq., M.P. 

for South Lancashire. 
518 Arcadians. 

632 The Rev. J. M. Beard, D.D. 
665 Love defending Beauty from 

the assaults of Time. 

1852. 49 Mark Philips, Esq. Painted 

for the Town Hall, Man- 
chester. 

283 Innocence alarmed. 

366 Thomas Bayley, Esq., Presi- 



dent of the Chamber of 
Commerce, and manufac- 
turer at Manchester, Royal 
Commissioner for the Ex- 
hibition of all Nations in 
1851. Painted for the 
Chamber of Commerce, Man- 
chester. 

1852. 395 W. B. Watkins, Esq., Alder- 

man of Manchester. Painted 
for the Town Hall. 
\7l Thomas Cooke, Esq. 

1853. 47 Sir Elkanah Armitage. Painted 

for the Town Hall, Man- 
chester. 
66 Richard Cobden, Esq., M.P. 
130 George Wilson, Esq. Painted 
for the Town Hall, Man- 
chester. 

1854. 49 Thomas B. Horsfall, Esq., 

M.P. for Liverpool. 
259 Samuel Holme, Esq., late 

Mayor of Liverpool. 
301 Portrait of a lady. 
316 James Taylor, Esq., of Newton 

Heath, Manchester. 
410 Cupid captive. 
45 Venus and Cupid. 
163 Portrait of a lady. 
287 Nymph and wood pigeon. 
455 Flora. 

601 Thomas G. Sambrooke, Esq. 
453 Apollo and Clytie. 
635 Bacchus, Silenus, Faunus, and 
Pomona. 
21, Queen^s Grove West, 

Gloster Gate. 
303 Wm. Felkin, Esq., F.L.S. 
441 Portrait of the artist. 
496 Mr. Deputy Peacock. Painted 

for Guildhall, London. 
546 The bower of bliss. " Acrasia 
. . . that wanton ladie, with 
her lover lose, etc." — 
Spenser. 
Bivia House, Ross, 

Herefordshire. 
1859. 358 Thomas Powell, Esq., The 
Gaer, Newport. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 
i860. 396 The prophet Isaiah. "The 
Spirit of the Lord is upon 
me " (chap. Ixi, 5). 

1862. 651 On the Wye near Goodrich, 

Herefordshire. 

1863. ^93 Master Arthur Black. 

Hill House, Winchmore Htll. 

1864. 332 The youthful Apollo preparing 

to engage in a musical con- 
test with Paris. — Ovid. 



1855. 
1856. 



1857- 



1858. 



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PATTEN, 


1826. 


720 


1827. 


862 


1828. 


692 




854 


1829. 


7^ 




750 




771 




935 


1830. 


647 




759 




760 




836 


1831. 


900 


1832. 


890 



I79I. 

1793- 
1794. 

W9S- 
1796. 

1797. 
1799. 

1806. 



PATTEN , Leonard Painter. | 

57, Moray Road^ j 

Finshury Park, 1 

1889. 1 76 1 Under a midday sun. | 

Miss... Miniature Painter. 
12, Goulden Terrace^ 

Islington, 
Portrait of a lady. 
Miss Tickner. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. lady. 
Miss E Chaplin. 
Portrait of a young gentleman. 
Mr. W. Mathews, author of 
the History of Gas lighting, 
etc. 
Mr. Henry Patten. 
David Booth, Esq., author of 
the Analytical Dictionary, 
etc. 
Portrait of a lady. ] 

J. Lys. Seager, Esq. | 

W. Payne, Esq. 
Miss Branstone. 
Charles Bucke, Esq., author 
of the "Beauties, Har- 
monies, and Sublimities of 
Nature." 
19, Richmond Street^ 

Islington, 
1834. 821 B. Brooks, Esq. 

19, Richard Street y Islington, 
1836. 766 Portrait of a gentleman. 

PATTEN, William. 

Miniature Painter. 
I, Black friars y 

Doctot^s Commons, 
286 Portrait of a young lady. 
368 The chalk writer. 
44^ Portrait of an artist. 
510 do. a young lady. 
546 A frame with two portraits. 
522 Portrait of a celebrated com- 
edian and five others. 
982 Portrait of a young lady. 
813 do. an artist. 

34, Ludgate Hill, 
690 Master Patten. 



PATTEN, W.Junr. 

Miniature Painter, etc. 
34, Ludgate Hill, ; 

1810. 667 Portrait of a lady. 

181 1. 547 do. himself. j 
549 do. a lady. j 
579 Portraits of sisters. 

181 2. 202 An artist and family. | 



18 14. 3 Portrait of an artist. 

181 5. 722 do. a lady. 

1816. 542 A student. 

181 7. 577 Portrait of the Rt. Hon. the 

Lord Mayor. {Matthew 
Wood,) 

1818. 190 Portrait of a lady. 
536 The favourite cat. 

1820. 68 Major-General C. Ashworth. 
362 Mrs. W. R. Sidney. 
806 The Earl of Huntingdon. 

1824. 339 Portrait of a lady. 
353 J. Hume, Esq., M.P. 

805 The Rev. E. A. Bray, B.D., 

F.S.A. 
814 Portrait of a lady. 

1825. 159 Sir Edward Banks. 

671 H. Brandreth, Junr., Esq., 
M.A., F.S.A. 

1826. 137 S. Brown, Esq. 

452 The Rev. Robert Morrison, 
D.D., F.R.S., M.R.A.S., 
First Protestant Missionary 
to China, President of the 
Anglo - Chinese College, 
Translator of the Scriptures 
into the Chinese language, 
author of Chinese Dictionary, 
etc. 

501 Portrait of a gentleman. 

654 do. do. 

W. Patten. 

1828. 229 Portrait of a lady. 
343 do. do. 

687 The Rev. Bidlake Bray. 

1829. 706 Mrs. Bray, author of the Pro- 

testant, De Foix, etc. 
734 Portraits of two young ladies, 

sisters. 
739 Portrait of a gentleman. 
762 Sir Edward Banks. 

23, Hawland Street, 

1830. 4 Mrs. John Blake. 

89 Mrs. Edwin Walker. 
402 Portraits of a lady and her 

daughter. 
768 Mrs. Johnson. 

1 83 1. 576 Mrs. Bray, authoress of Fitz of 

Fitzford, the Talba, etc. 
602 J. Powell, Esq. 
662 Portrait of a lady. 
734 Mrs. Kempe. 

1832. 157 Portrait of a lady. 
764 do. do. 

895 Alfred John Kempe, Esq., 
F.S.A. 

1833. 44 Charles Hancock, Esq., Exon 

of the Yeoman Guard. 
54 The bracelet miniature. 
197 Portrait of a gentleman. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Patten, W., }\xnT.—contimied. 

1833. 224 C- Marchant, Esq., Chelten- 

ham. 
375 Charles Rossi, Esq., R.A. 

1834. 151 Mrs. Wood. 

195 Lady Hippesley. 
374 Sir Henry Strachey. 
387 R. Strachey, Esq. 
422 Mrs. Doveton. 
581 Mrs. George. 

1835. 46 Miss Wilkins. 

141 Miss Clara Wilkins. 

400 The late General Sir Charles 

Ashworth. 
672 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

1837. 346 Sir Thomas Mansell, K.C.H., 

1838. 134 Mrs. Montague. 
1206 Miss Steele. 

1840. 108 Portrait of a gentleman. 

345 Spring ilowers. 

346 The student* 

696 Portrait of a lady. 
737 Mrs. Brames Hall. 

1 84 1. 84 Colonul Henderson, 
247 Favourites. 

1842. 602 La brunette. 
615 La blonde. 
854 Miss Sarjent. 

1843. 115 Ensign Charles Murray, 

E.LCwS. 
122 Portraits. 
105 1 Thomas Barrett, Esq. 
1056 The proposal. 

(The late.) 

1844. 283 Mrs. Grey. 



William Vandyke. 

Miniature Painter. 
23, Howland Street. 
Portrait of my mother. 
Mr. Johnson. 
Miss Susanna Skidmore. 

2, Russell Place, 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. gentleman. 
A study. 

W. P. Grey, Esq. 
Mrs. Thornton. 
Mrs. Fothergill. 
Portrait of himself 
E. Newton, Esq. 
30, Arlington Street^ 

Camden Tofvn, 
A study. 

Portrait of a lady. 
Prayer. 
Isabel. 

Wood nymphs ; imitation 
cameo. 



PATTEN, 


1844. 


702 




7*3 




863 


1847. 


986 




1048 


1848. 


726 




814 




918 




964 


1849. 


7«3 




74» 


1850. 


764 




778 




796 




819 




911 



1850. 912 Cupids; imitation cameo. 

1 85 1. 863 Portrait of a lady. 
874 Imitation cameo. 
878 Mrs. Patten. 

1078 A reverie. 

1087 The golden age; imitation 
cameo. 

22, Rochester Terrace. 

1852. 645 Cupid and six imitation cameos. 
669 A portrait. 

680 A study. 
703 Estelle. 

1853. 879 Mrs. Algernon Sidney. 

1854. 777 Algernon Sidney, Esq. 

1855. 779 The late P. A. Sidney, Esq. 
908 Blanche. 

919 Pleasant thoughts. 
S3, Beaumont Street^ 

Portland Place 

1856. 791 Mrs. Algernon Sidney. 
849 Miss F'rances Sidney, 

1857. 7(^7 Perdita.— fFin/^/^J Tale. 

1858. 672 A bacchante. 

22, Rochester Terrace. 
1868. 795 Mrs. Arthur Lewis, n^e Miss 

Kate Terry. 
187 1. 1 00 1 Miss Patten. 

PATTERSON, H Painter. 

2, Piazza, Covent Garden. 
1840. 442 Sir Edward Codrington. 
Painted for the Town Hall, 
Devonport. 
185 1. 207 Portrait of a youth. 

PATTERSON, Miss Kate M. 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Holland Place Chambers^ 

Church Street, W. 
1894. 606 ** Sweet violets." 
1281 Phyllis. 

1896. 1323 Mrs. Harry Coulson. 

1897. i486 Lillian. 

PATTERSON, S Painter. 

Sun Fire Office. 
1789. 390 An artist. 

PATTINSON, Miss Annie. 

Miniature Painter. 
49, Buckland Crescent, 

Hampslead. 

1899. 1290 Madame Bienfait. 

1900. 147* Friends. 

1 901. 1312 Twilight. 

1903. 1 188 A profile. 

1904. 121 1 Study of a head. 
1256 Portrait of the artist. 



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PATTINSON. S^e Ball, Lcc and 
Pattinson, vol. i, page loi. 

PATTISON, Carl Painter. 

8, Gray's Inn Square, 
1 88 1. 367 Early mom on the Swedish 
coast. 

PATTISON, Mrs. Eunice. 

Miniature Painter. 
BilUsdon^ Leicester, 

1900. 1387 Geoffry, son of Rev. John 

Davenport. 
1 2, Northampton Road, 

Market Harborough, 

1 90 1. 1306 Muriel, daughter of A. Warde, 

Esq. 
1903. 1293 Mrs. Overton. 

PATTISON, J Painter. 

10, George Street, 

Hanover Square. 

1854. 284 On the Lea, near Wailtham 

Abbey. 

PATTISON, Robert T Painter. 

31, Alpha Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1855. 38 Head of a girl. 

10, Cavendish Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1859. 832 The banks of the Ayr. 

954 The path beside the bum. 

PATTON, Mrs. Mary F Painter. 

CoUinstown Rectory, 

Killucan, Ireland. 

1902. 1268 The toilette. 

1903. X359 A patrician and a plebeian. 

PAUL, Sir John Dean, Bart. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

/. D. Paul. 

691 View of Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

347 The entrance of Glen Crowe. 

434 View of Pruddoe Castle, North- 
umberland. 

232 View of an English cottage 
built by the late Queen of 
France, in the garden of the 
little Tiranon at Versailles. 

355 A scene in the isle of Purbeck. 
1807. 449 Composition from Milton's 
UAllegro. "Straight mine 
eye hath caught new plea- 
sures, etc." 

VI. 



1802. 
1804. 



1805. 



1806. 



1808. 



1811. 

1812. 
1813. 



1814. 



1815. 



1817. 



132 A drawing; Composition from 
Thomson's poem of the 
Castle of Indolence. "The 
landscape thus, inspiring 
perfect ease, etc." 

649 A view amongst the rocks near 
the Devil's Bridge, Mon- 
mouthshire, looking up to 
the Hafod Arms. 

526 Broadstairs pier with a gale 
coming on. 

342 Rochester Castle. 

588 Allington Castle, near Maid- 
stone. 

725 Reculver church, near Mar- 
gate. 
2 A summer Evening, with shep- 
herds refreshing at a brook. 
"And if the following day 
he chance to find a new re- 
past, etc." — Addison. 
85 The flotilla on the Serpentine 
river, as seen from the 
bridge in Kensington Gar- 
dens. 

130 A scene in Gatton Park, Sur- 
rey. 

401 Dido and ^Eneas taking shelter 
from the storm. " Meantime 
the gathering clouds obscure 
the skies, etc." 

18 1 9. 288 The Tee's force, near Middle- 

ton in Teesdale, Yorkshire. 

1820. 74 Ruins of Egliston Abbey on 

the Tees, as described by 
Walter Scott. "Then in 
broad lustre shall be shown, 
etc." 
Sir John Dean Paul, Bart. 

1822. 383 Scene from the Monastery by 
Sir Walter Scott. Father 
Philip preparing to pass the 
ford. "'Damsel,' said he, 
*thou seemest in no or- 
dinary distress, etc.'" 

1837. 780 A winter landscape; view of 
East Permard, Somerset 

PAUL, Paul Painter. 

Rudolph Road, Bushey. 
1 901. 548 The road through the mead- 
ows. 
21, Gainsborough Road, 

Bedford Park. 
1904. 622 Eventide. 

PAUL, Peter Painter. 

86, Fleet Street. 
1859. 186 On the grass. 

M 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PAUL, Robert Boyd Painter. 

1859. 677 A portrait. 

62, ColUge Place, N. W. 
1863. 198 Dinner preparations. 

PAUL, Roland W Architect. 

31, Spring Gardens, 

1887. 1748 St. Alban's shrine, St. Alban's 

Abbey. 

21, Parliament Street, 

1888. 1889 The Beckington shrine. Wells 

Cathedral. 

1889. 1940 Wells Cathedral. 

1890. 1833 Interior of Lady chapel, St. 

Alban's Abbey. 
191 1 Town Hall, Yeovil, Somerset. 
3, Arundel Street, Strand. 
1899. 1708 New lych gate, Wootton Fitz- 
paine, Dorset. 
1720 New screens, Abbey Dore, 

Chirk. 
1787 Chancel, Chard Church, Som- 
erset 
1902. 1419 Screen, St. John Baptist, Pot- 
ter's Bar. 
1904. 1532 Screen, Dymock church, Glou- 
cestershire. 
1537 Reredos, Abbey Dore church. 

PAUL (W. S.) and JAMES (R. C.) 

Architects. 

Eagle Insurance Buildings. 

1904. 1430 Carpenter's Arms, Charlton, 

near Bristol. 

1524 War Memorial to Old Clif- 

tonians. 

PAULL, H.J Architect. 

10, Adam Street, AdelpM. 
1856. 1 1 52 Congregational chapel . 

PAULL (H. J.) and BICKERDIKE 

(B.) Architects. 

24, Cecil Street, London, 

and I, St, Peter's Square. 
1873. 1 171 Christ's Church, Lambeth. 

10, Adam Street, Strand, 
1875. 9*5 Christ Church, Westminster 
Bridge Road. 

PAULL and BONELLA. 

Architects. 
9, Montague Street, 

Russell Square, 
1880. 1 1 54 Boys' High School, Plymouth, 
6, Quality Court, 

Chancery Lane, 

1886. 1627 Woodberry Down Baptist 

chapel. 



PAULSON, F. 



. ... Painter. 
43, Piccadilly 



1877. 399 My mother. 

1878. 945 Portrait. 



PAUNCBFOTB, Miss Clara. 

Miniature Painter. 
10, Kingsnorth Gardens, 

Folkestone. 

1897. 1427 Eleanor, daughter of the Hon. 

Mrs. H. Sugden. 

1898. 129$ Olga. 

1303 Miss Elfrida Perry. 
1345 Miss Enid Lloyd Jones. 

PAVY, Eugene Painter. 

98, Charlotte Street. 
1878. 912 A Turkish Bazaar. 

10, Fitzroy Street. 
1^79* 332 A coming storm. 

I, Langham Chambers. 
1 88 1. 960 Homeward bound. 
1883. 82 The Marabout (sacred) Lion, 
Algiers. 

PAVY, Philip Painter. 

98, Charlotte Street, 

1878. 137 Asses for hire, Granada. 

1879. 260 An autumn evening — Surrey. 

I, Langham Chambers. 
1 88 1. 105 Shalford Common, Surrey. 
141 5 A Nubian soldier. 

PAWLEY, Charles J. C. ... Architect. 
2, Princess Mansions, 

Victoria Street, 

1896. 1593 Dining room, "Three Nuns," 

Aldgate. 

1897. 1792 Gates for Dacre Court, Buck- 

ingham Gate. 

1898. 1697 Doorway, St. James's Court. 

1899. 1650 Town Hall. 

1900. 1784 Dining room. 

1 90 1. 1661 St. James's Court. 
1903. 1665 Fagade, Sloane Terrace. 

PAWLEY, James Painter. 

30, Grove Road, 
1869. 384 The Tedworth Hunt, 1868-9. 

PAWSEY, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1800. 753 Flowers. 
1803. 308 do. 
313 do. 



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-ri^, 


1769. 


84 




85 




86 


1770. 


"39 




140 




141 


1802. 


609 

872 


1803. 
1804. 


469 
425 


1805. 


658 


1806. 


345 



1807. 327 

765 



John Painter. 

4, Chandos Street^ 

Covent Garden. 

A portrait of a gentleman; 
small whole length. 

A boy in the character of 
Cupid. 

A girl playing on a sistnim. 

A portrait of a gentleman; 
small whole length. 

A portrait of a gentleman (Mr. 
Estwick); small whole length. 

A portrait of a gentleman; kit- 
cat. 

17, Park Street, 

Portrait of himself. 

Lavinia. 

25, New Quebec Street. 

A sketch. 

The continence of Scipio Afri- 
canus. 

Hotspur and Lady Percy. Vide 
King Henry IV, act ii, 
scene 3. 

The Empress Maria Theresa 
with her family, moralizing 
at her mausoleum which she 
caused to be erected. Vide 
Zimmerman's Essay on Soli- 
tude. 

Morning, or the Schoolboy. 

Evening, or the long story. 
"When the livelong day- 
light fail, etc." 



PAXTON, Sir Joseph Architect. 

1854. 1 165 Entrance Court, Mentmore, 
Bucks, the seat of Baron M. 
A. de Rothschild. 
1 168 Crystal Palace, Sydenham — 
view of temples to cas- 
cades. 
1134 Crystal Palace, Sydenham — 
view of terrace gardens. 

18, New Street. 
1856. 1 155 Mansion for Baron James de 
Rothschild, at Ferri^res, 
France. 
1 165 do. do. 



PAXTON, T., Junr Painter. 

Hoxton Town. 
1800. 634 A clay mill in the vicinity of 

Hackney. 
1802. 597 A sketch: Fancy. 

940 View of Caversham Gravel Pits, 
Oxfordshire. 



PAXTON, W. A Painter. 

Ivy Lane^ Hoxton, 
1789. $04 Landscape. 

512 do. 
1 79 1. 564 View from nature. 



PA YE, C. W Miniature Painter. 

I, Upper Charlton Street. 

1806. 633 Portrait of a lady. 

642 do. gentleman. 

752 Miss and Master B. 
781 The envied rose. 

Upper Conway Street^ 

Fttzroy Square. 

1807. 881 Portrait of a lady. 

17, Charles Street^ 

Clarendon Square. 

1808. 789 R. W. EUiston. 



PAYB, 


Miss Miniature Painter. 




48, London Street. 


1798. 


780 Portrait of a lady. 




857 A miniature. 




888 Portrait of a boy. 


1800. 


289 Lady M. Montgomery. 




862 UAllegro. 




866 Lady M. Montgomery. 




870 Mrs. Hunter. 




873 Miss Hamond. 


1801. 


716 Cupid. 




759 A portrait. 




780 Miss St Clair. 


1802. 


709 Miss De Camp. 




714 Portrait of a lady. 


1803. 


770 do. gentleman. 




771 Miss De Camp. 




804 Sylvia. 




813 Lady Mawbey and daughter. 




817 Portrait of a gentleman. 


1804. 


756 Miss Mann. 




790 Mrs. Rawlins. 




808 Miss Murray. 


1805. 


345 H.S.H. the Margrave of Ans- 




pach. 




355 Portrait of a lady. 




370 do. do. in the char- 




acter of a Savoyard. 




41 1 The Dutchess of Beaufort. 




10, St. Alban's Street. 


1806. 


636 Mrs. Siddons. 




673 Portrait of a gentleman. 




766 do. lady. 




8, Conway Street. 


1807. 


833 The Marquis of Hartington. 




844 Contemplation. 




923 Portraits of Mrs. Johnstone 




and son. 




93a The Hon. W. TAmb. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PAYE, 


Richard Morton. 

Painter, etc. 






37, Broad Street, 

Golden Square. 




— Paye^ at Mr, ShimmectSy 


1790. 


5« 


Britannicus poisoned by order 




Princes Street, 






of Nero. 




Leicester Fields, 




128 Portraits of a young gentleman 


1773. 


216 A fancy head; in oil 

217 A portrait; in oil. 






with his sisters. {Mcuter 
Smyth.) 




218 Four models in wax. 




400 


Portrait of a young gentleman. 




Richard Paye, 






{77ie late Master Leverton,) 




Brewer Street, 




4*1 


Muscadella. 




comer of Francis Street. 




4aa 


Christ praying in the garden. 


1774. 


202 Portrait of a lady; model in 
wax. 


1791. 


170 


A young nobleman and his 
two brothers. 




203 Portrait of a beggar; model in 




425 


The Shunamite's son struck 




wax. 






with death in the field. — 




204 A portrait 






2 B. Kings, ch. 4, v. 18. 




205 An old head. 


1792. 


349 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




R. M. PayCy 26, Swallow St,, 


1793- 


90 


A boy and girl frightened by 




or at Mr, Laver^s, 






an owl. 




Bruton Street, 




"74 


A boy. 




Berkley Square, 




"5 


Two girls. 


1778. 


228 Portrait of a boy in the char- 
acter of Cupid. 




244 


The finding of Perdita. Vide 
Winter's tale. 




228tAn allegorical design. 




3»7 


Peasants escaping from their 


1779. 


229 Three portraits in miniature. 

230 do. in a Turkish 






cottage fired by lightning. 
48, London Street. 




dress. 


1795- 


54 


A girl. 




23 1 A cast of an emblematical figure. 




116 The boy exulting over his 


1780. 


95 Portrait of a child. 






golden eggs. 




287 do. do. 




"95 


Portrait of an artist 


1782. 


187 A girL 




207 


The detection. (Miss Forbes,) 




37, Broad Street, 




23" 


The Reconciliation. 




Golden Square, 




254 


Ladies nutting. 


1784. 


83 A boy. 




570 


Portrait of a child. 




106 Boys throwing snowballs. 


1798. 


509 


An old woman. 




223 Portrait of a child. 




552 


Death of Oithona. 


1785. 


19 Portrait of a young gentleman 


1800. 


5" 


Diana and Endymion. 




and his sister. 




281 


Psyche. 




35 Moonlight. 




777 


Milton composes his Paradise 




36 Portrait of a sulky boy. 






Lost. 




79 Portrait of a girl in the char- 




886 Master Lovibond. 




acter of Falstaflf in Henry 






M, Paye, 




IVth. 


1801. 


^77 


Miss E. Paye. 




88 Portrait of a gypsy. 






R, M. Paye. 


1786. 


165 Distressed girl. 


1802. 


277 


The health recruiting party. 


1787. 


42 Jane Shore. 

51 Portrait of a lady. (Mrs, Inch- 










bald,) 


PAYNE, A 


.. F Etcher. 




244 Portrait of a young lady. 






Newarke, Leicester, 


1788. 


145 An angel and child, from the 
RevelationSjChap. xii, verse 5. 


1858. 


932 


Burial of the Lord of Rosslyn. 
Oughtington Hall, near Lynne. 




249 St. James's day. 


1866. 


804 Etchings. 


1789. 


24 The unwelcome girl. 




838 From the Paradise Lost; 




1 1 1 The favourite turkey. 






etching. 




134 Portraits of a young gentleman 






7, Prince's Gardens, 




and his sisters. 


1867. 


987 


Dunham, Massey Park, 




142 Orpheus. 






Cheshire; etching. 




255 Portrait of a gentleman. 






2, Cromwell Place, 




274 do. do. 


1870. 


28 The nun. 




395 Self-love. 


1873- 


138 


Alice in Wonderland. 



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PAYNE, A. H Painter. 

WiarsasAy near Southampton, 
1830. 1086 View of the Confession House 
of Mary Queen of Scots, 
Holyrood Chapel. 
2, Gloucester Fkue, 

Kentish Town. 
1832. 483 Holyrood chapel; adravringin 
pen and ink. 
4, Tonbridge Street^ 

sinners Town, 
1333. 940 Shanklin Chine, Isle of Wight. 

PAYNE, Miss C Painter. 

Leipsic, 
1864. 187 Rathchen Von Heilbronn. 

PAYNE, E. Harding Architect. 

I ly/ohn Street^ Bedford Row. 
1903. 1603 Cottages at Sidcup. 

1691 Baths, Old Kent Road. 

PAYNE (E. H.) and HUTCHINSON 
(C. E.) Architects. 

I I ^ John Street^ Bedford Row. 
1903. 1641 Baths, Chelsea. 

PAYNE, E. J Architect. 

Tourer of London. 
1845 981 Tinterft Abbey, Monmouth- 
shire. 
1846. 1 201 Melrose Abbey from the High 
Altar. 
6, Alfred Street, 

West Brompton. 
1848. 1 171 Design; Army and Navy Club 
House. 

PAYNE, Miss Florence Painter. 

31, Broad Street, Oxford. 
1885. 1466 Narcissus and wallflowers. 

PAYNE, H Painter. 

44, Jubilee Place, King's Road. 
1823. 453 Portrait of a gentleman. 

PAYNE, Mrs. H Painter. 

2, South Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1835. 530 Mr. G. M. Leake. 

PAYNE, Henry A Painter. 

School of Art, Birmingham. 
1899. 84 The witch lady. 

PAYNE, J Painter. 

46, Rupert Street, Haymarket. 
1827. 243 View of Norwood, with Becken- 
ham in the distance. 



PAYNE, W Painter. 

60, Wells St., Oxford Street. 
1850. 198 Rev. John Wilson, M.A. 

PAYNE, William Painter. 

W. Paine, Plymouth. 

1786. 586 Penny Cross Chape^ near 

Plymouth. 
60s View at Plymouth toward 
Mount Edgecomb — a light 
squall coming on. 

606 Stonehouse bridge and the old 

ferry house, between Ply- 
mouth and Dock, Devon. 

607 View taken near St. Budeaux, 

near Plymouth. 

608 View of the bridge and turn- 

pike house at Western Mills, 
in the road from Plymouth 
to Saltash Passage. 
W. Payne, Doch, Plymouth. 

1787. 456 A limehouse quarry at Ketley, 

near Plymouth, Devonshire. 
457 Yalmton Church, Devonshire. 

469 Devotion. 

470 Plymouth Dockyard taken 

from under the battery at 
Mount Edgecombe. 

1788. 502 A slate quarry on Dartmoor, 

Devon. 
588 A stone and marble quarry 
near Plymouth, Devon. 

1789. 440 Shaugh Bridge, Devonshire. 
446 A quarry upon the banks of the 

Plym, Devonshu-e. 

484 Dartmouth and Kingswear, 
taken in the road to the 
Castle, looking up the river. 

552 Dartmouth and Kingswear, 

taken in the road to the 

Castle, looking up the river. 

Thomhaugh St., Bedford Square. 

1790. 506 View of Mount Edgecombe, 

with the landing of their 
majesties, August, 1789. 

574 A cottage, with children. 

602 View of the Guildhall and 
Plymouth bank. 

651 View of the limekilns at Crab- 
tree, opposite to Saltram. 
49, Upper Baker Street. 

1821. SI FallofTemi. 

373 Waterfall in North Wales. 

1822. 130 View near Capel Carig, Caer- 

narvonshire. 

PAYNE, W. R., Junr Painter. 

Thomhaugh St., Bedford Square. 
1802. S55 View of Shanklin Chine, Isle 
of Wight 



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PAYNE. See Tycrman and Payne. 

PAYNER,;W.\&^ Poyncr. 

PAYTHERUS, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1803. 726 A young lady. 

PAYTON, Joseph Painter. 

Warwick. 

1 86 1. 279 Skating at Chantilly. 
336 The tete-^-tdte. 

1862. 348 "Who shall decide when doc- 

tors disagree ? " 
627 The departure. 

1863. 90 Check. 

521 The picture dealer. 

North Gate^ Warwick, 

1864. 136 New mourning. 
247 The letter. 

1865. 211 The anonymous letter. 
376 The morning of the duel. 

P AZOLT, Alfred J Painter. 

Seaforthy St, Ives^ Cornwall, 

1 901. 294 The rain squall. 

PEACAN, John Philip Painter. 

Roundstone^ Co, Galway, 
1 89 1. 817 Howth, Co. Dublin. 

PEACH, Charles S Architect. 

Victoria Mansions^ 

28, Victoria Street, 

1902. 1448 Electric Power Station, Grove 

Road. 
1904. 1654 Electricity Station, Mayfair. 
1664 do. do. 

PEACH, H. F Painter. 

19, Fleet Lane, 
1820. 363 Landscape and cattle. 
1832. 541 View in Oatlands Park. 

PEACHE, G. Alan Architect. 

Broad Sanctuary Chambers^ 

Westminster, 
1898. 1749 Houses, Wimbledon. 

PEACHY, J Painter. 

Curzon Street^ Mayfair, 

1786. 571 View of Montreal. 
591 View of Quebec. 

1787. 485 View in Canada; water-colour. 
486 do. do. do. 
559 do. do. do. 



PEACOCK, Miss Emma Painter. 

1 10, Marine Parade^ Brighton, 

1845. "3* Thewestfront of York Minster. 

1846. 1 165 do. Orleans Cath- 

edral. 
1 1 72 The Church of St. Ouen, at 
Rouen. 

PEACOCK, J Painter. 

40, Great Strand Street^ 

Dublin. 
181 7. 390 The patron of the seven 
churches, or the Festival of 
St. Kevin in the Vale. 
" Glendalough, which liter- 
ally signifies the Valley of 
the Two Lakes, is a most ro- 
mantic spot, situated about 
twenty-three miles south of 
Dublin. In these awful wilds 
St. Kevin founded an abbey, 
together with seven churches. 
... In the cemetery stands 
a lofty round tower of no 
feet high. The remains of 
several ancient crosses may 
still be traced among the 
ruins. One in particular may 
be easily distinguished in 
the picture. ... To this 
sacred spot . . . numbers 
of people resort on the 3rd 
of June the anniversary of 
St. Kevin's death, etc" 

PEACOCK, M Painter. 

40, Swallow Street, 
1 810. 19 X View on Hampstead Heath. 

181 2. 60 Cottage near St. Albans. 
251 A landscape, composition. 

22, Mary bone Street, 

1 81 3. 95 View in Hertfordshire. 

1814. 169 Landscape, composition. 

18 1 5. 392 do. do. 

1 81 6. 908 do. do. 
1823. 367 do. do. 

29, Marylebone Street, 
1825. 134 Cottages from nature. 

PEACOCK, Ralph Painter. 

Holmwood^ Park Roady 

Forest HilL 

1888. 658 Blue-bell. 

6, Park Road, Forest Hill. 

1889. 76 A sleepy hollow. 

1892. 95 Victory. 

1 1 , Holland Park Road, 

1893. 97 In Tuscany. "The heavy 

timber of the crooked 
plough." — Virgil, 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



87 



1893. 

1894. 
1895. 

1896. 
1897. 

1898. 
1899. 



*4i 
69 X 



43 



832 "Verily man is created ex- 
tremely impatient; when 
anger moveth him he is full 
of complaints." — Koran, 
103 Miss Edith Brignall. 
207 Don Quixotte and Sancho 
Panza. 
Mrs. Frederic Lacy Robinson. 
" A rose, a lily, a dove, a ser- 
pent, A little honey, and a 
handful of clay." 
A study. 
906 Portrait of a lady. 
169 "And the flowers shall grow 
in the waste places of the 
earth." 
961 Dreams. 
1016 A wee Rhodesian, daughter of 

£. A. Maund, Esq. 
256 Ethel. Purchased for the 
Chantrey Bequest for ^^105. 
151 5 At a city's gate; an illustra- 
tion. 
86 Portrait of a lady dancing. 
215 Miss Lilian Croft. 
476 Bunny. 

584 Portrait of a lady in black. 
1009 Sybill, daughter of G. F. Scott, 
Esq. 
19 Daisy, daughter of Edwin 

Tate, Esq. 
296 Loben, son of E. A. Maundy 

Esq. 
467 The sisters. 

564 Georgette, daughter of George 
Mosenthal, Esq. 

I a, Holland Park Road. 
15 Yetta, daughter of J. R. Dunlop 

Hill, Esq. 
26 Edward, son of Victor Caven- 
dish, Esq., M.P. 
537 A portrait group. 
889 The Marquess of Titchfield. 
80 Jean, daughter of Andrew 

Arthur, Esq. 
98 Maud, daughter of Victor 

Cavendish, Esq., M.P. 
258 William Holman Hunt, Esq. 
155 Jack, son of Stephen Schilizzi, 
Esq. 
Gertrude, daughter of Ellis 

Denby, Esq. 
Louisa, Sarah, and Margaret, 
daughters of Charles H. 
Paine, Esq. 
1904, 228 "Out of the everywhere into 
here." 
337 Bernard, son of P. Rexford 

Parsons, Esq. 
846 F. B. Mildmay, Esq., M.P. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



357 



771 



PEAKE, Miss Emma. 

Miniature Painter. 
4, Trafalgar Square^ 

Brompton, 

1855. 931 Frederick, son of Captain 

J. Grenfell Moyle. 

1856. 756 Henry Foreman, Esq. 

2, Chelsea Villas. 

1857. 837 Miss Annie Featherstone. 

1858. 654 Mrs. James Bothamley. 

PEAKE, F Painter. 

81, Great Portland Street. 
1844. 293 M. Baumann. 

21, Paddington Street. 
1846. 632 Jenny Denison, Tam Haliday, 
and Edith. Vide Old 
Mortality. 

PEAKE, John N Painter. 

17, Avenue Road^ 

St.JohrCs Wood. 
1855. 672 Succour from the hospice — 
Alpine monks endeavouring 
to restore a traveller. 
Moreton House^ Wolstanton^ 

Stoke-on-Trent. 
1857. 643 The last hour of the con- 
demned. 



PEAKE, Miss Kathleen Painter. 

9, The Green^ Twickenham. 
1904. 569 "Pensive she sits; but in the 
full brown eyes a timorous 
glance." 

PEAKE, R. B Painter. 

79, Charlotte Street. 
1 81 6. 690 Found out, or the kiss pre- 
vented. 



PEALE, R Painter. 

1803. 493 A portrait in chalk. 

709 Portrait of himself holding a 
tooth of the mammoth. 



PEALE, Rembrandt Painter. 

74, Charlotte Street. 
1833. 9' Portrait of his daughter. 

256 Portrait-sketch of Trentanove, 

made at Rome in 1829. 
265 Portraits of his daughters. 
468 Portrait of his father Charles 
W. Peale, a pupil of Mr. 
West, and founder of the 
Philadelphia Museum. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PEARCE, Arthur E Painter. 

12, Marius Road, 

Upper Tooting. 

1 90 1. 1 148 On the Quay, Folkestone. 

PEARCE, Miss Blanche D. 

Painter. 
26, Endytnion Road, 

Brixton HilL 
1888. 1424 Almond blossom. 

PEARCE, Charles M Architect. 

13, Chesterfield Street, 

1902. 1375 A house in Oxfordshire. 

PEARCE, Charles Sprague... Painter. 
5, Dorset Street, Baker Street, 
1876. 57 Mourzouk. 

PEARCE, Maresco Painter. 

Tudor Lodge, Albert Street. 
1858. 266 Cromwell at Woodstock. 

PEARCE, Stephen Painter. 

The Queen^s Mews, Pimlico. 

1839. 251 Portrait of Tartar, the favourite 

saddle-horse of Her Majesty. 

1 84 1. 19 Haji Mahomed Mahbul, and 

one of the horses sent as a 

present to Her Majesty by 

the Imaum of Muscat 

37 Leopold, Her Majesty's 

charger; a sketch. 

55, Bemers Strut. 

1849. 31 Portrait of R. J. Wyatt, Esq., 

sculptor, Rome. 
408 Leigh Murray, Esq., of the 
Theatres Royal. 

1850. 96 Portrait of an English officer. 
134 L. Macdonald, Esq., sculptor, 

Rome. 

1 85 1. 562 Leonard F. Simpson, Esq. 

746 The grave of Shelley, in the 
English burial ground, 
Rome. 

1852. 1294 Rear - Admiral Sir Francis 

Beaufort, K.C.B., F.R.S., 
Hydrographer to the Ad- 
miralty, etc. 

1853. 78 Commander E. A. Inglefield, 

R.N., F.R.G.S., H.M. steam 
vessel "Phoenix," and late 
of the Arctic Discovery 
Yacht, the "Isabel." 
249 The Arctic Council discussing 
the plan of search for Sir 
John Franklin, containing 
portraits (commencing on 
the left) of Sir George Back, 



F.R.S., Sir WiUiam Edward 
Parry, F.R.S., Captain E. J. 
Bird, Sir James C. Ross, 
F.R.S., Sir Francis Beaufort, 
K.C.B., F.R.S., John Bar- 
row, Esq., F.R.S., F.S.A, 
Colonel Sabine, V.P.R.S., 
Captain W. A. Baillie Ham- 
ilton, Sir John Richardson, 
C.B., F.R.S., Captain F. W. 
Beechey, F.R.S. ; and on 
the wall of Sir John Frank- 
lin, K.C.H.,F.R.S., Captain 
James Fitzjames, and the 
late Sir John Barrow, Bart., 
F.R.S. 

1853. 423 William Penny, the Arctic 

Voyager, Commander of 
H.M. Vessels, "The Lady 
Franklin" and "The So- 
phia,"employedonthesearch 
for Sir John Franklin. 
598 John Rae, the Arctic overland 
Explorer, F.R.G.S., and of 
the Hudson's Bay Company. 

1854. 67 Captain Sir Richard Grant, 

R.N. 
525 Alexander Stewart, command- 
ing H.M. ship "Sophia" in 
Penny*s expedition in search 
of Sir John Franklin. 

1287 The late Lieut. Bellot, of the 
Imperial Navy of France. 
Painted for Lady Franklin. 
This gallant officer lost his 
life in the Arctic regions, 
nobly performing his duty in 
a cause to which his whole 
energies were directed. 

1358 William Kennedy, late Com- 
mander of the Arctic search- 
ing vessel, " Prince Albert " 
(in which Bellot obtained 
his first Arctic reputation), 
and now commanding Lady 
Franklin's screw steamer, 
" Isabel." 

1855. 236 Captain McClure, R.M. (H.M. 

Discovery ship, " Investi- 
gator "), who, while employed 
upon the search for Sir John 
Franklin, boldly penetrated 
through an unknown ice- 
encumbered sea, and dis- 
covered the North - West 
passage, which had baffled 
the efforts of Arctic navi- 
gators for three centuries. 
405 Robert Brown, Esq., D.C.L., 
Oxford, etc. 



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89 



1855. 485 Col. Sabine, R.A., Treasurer 

and Vice-President of the 
Royal Society, General 
Secretary of the British As- 
sociation for the advance- 
ment of Science, etc. 
564 The Earl of Beverley. 

25, Queen Anne Street 

1856. 22 Captain Collinson, R.N., C.B., 

of H.M. Arctic Discovery 
ship, "Enterprise." 
37 Captain Kellett, R.N., C.B., of 
H.M. Arctic Discovery ship, 
" Resolute." 

315 Dr. M'Cormick, R.N. 

525 A Gillon, Esq., of Wallhouse, 
Linlithgowshire. 

614 William P. Barrow, Esq., 
Naval Cadet H.M. steam 
frigate, "Odin," the youngest 
son of Sir George Barrow, 
Bart. 

1857. 40 Captain M*Clintock, R.N., 

late commanding H.M. 
Arctic Discovery ship, " In- 
trepid." 
51 Sir Roderick Impey Murchi- 
son, G.C., St. S., D.C.L., 
F.R.S., etc. 

277 Sir George Simpson, Governor 
of the Territories of the 
Hudson's Bay Company. 
Presentation Portrait. 

354 Rear- Admiral Sir Francis Beau- 
fort, R.N., K.C.B., F.R.S., 
D.C.L., late Hydrographer 
to the Admiralty. Painted 
for Greenwich Hospital, 

49* Captain Sherard Osborne, 
R.N., C.B., of H.M. steam 
frigate " Furious," late com- 
manding in the Sea of 
Azoff. 

612 Ashhurst 
F.R.S., 
Castle. 

1858. 292 Sir George Barrow, Bart. 

349 Henry Littledale, Esq., of 
Kempston Grange, Bedford- 
shire. 

591 Freeman Thomas, Esq., of 
Ratton House, Sussex, late 
Master of the South Devon 
Foxhounds. Presentation 
Portrait, 

1859. 43 Captain Sir Edward Belcher, 

R.N., C.B. 
•91 Portrait of a lady. 
640 Equestrian portrait of the Duke 

of Bedford. 

VI. 



Majendie, Esq., 
of Hedingham 



1859. 665 The Rev. George Staunton 
Barrow, B.A., Incumbent of 
West Moseley, Surrey. 

i860. 242 Captain Sir F. Leopold, 
M*Clintock, R.N., LL.B., 
late commanding Lady 
Franklin's Arctic Discovery 
Yacht " Fox." 
259 Captain Hobson, R.N., late of 
Lady Franklin's Arctic 
Yacht "Fox." 
261 Dr. Walker, M.D., Surgeon 
and naturalist of Lady Frank- 
lin's Arctic Yacht " Fox." 
54, Queen Anne Street, 

1 86 1. 69 Captain Erasmus Ommanney, 

R.N. 
71 Admiral Horatio Austin, C.B., 
late commanding the expedi- 
tion in search of Sir John 
Franklin. 
44» Equestrian portrait of Wil- 
loughby Hart Sitwell, Esq., 
of Femey Hall, Shropshire. 
Presented by the Ludlow 
Hunt, 

1862. 604 Captain Rochfort Maguire, 

R.N. 

1863. 249 The Earl of Belmore. 

350 The late Duke of Bedford, K.G. 

629 Captain Moore, R.N., F.R.S., 
late Governor of the Falk- 
land Islands. 

1864. 207 H. Jefferson, Esq., of Rother- 

skye, Cumberland. 

1865. 43 Dudley Sinclair, Esq., son of 

Edward Majoribanks, Junr., 

Esq. 
165 The late Sir John Barrow, 

Bart., LL.D. 
558 The Earl of Bective. 

1866. 399 Sir Charles Rouse Boughton, 

Bart., of Downton Hall, 
Shropshire, and Rouse 
Lench, Worcestershire. 
577 Captain Richards, R.N., 
F.R.S., Hydrographer to the 
Navy. 

1867. 221 The Earl of Sefton. 

331 The late Freeman Thomas, 
Esq., of Ratton, Sussex. 

389 Lieutenant- Colonel Bathurst, 
Grenadier Guards. 

1868. 545 H. M. Curteis, Esq., Master of 

the East Sussex Foxhounds. 
Presentation picture, 

1869. 3^4 The late Lort Phillips, Esq., 

M.P., Master of the South 
Pembrokeshire Fox Hounds. 
Presentation portrait. 



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Pearce, Stephen — continued. 

1869. 748 Arthur S. Brook, Esq., Master 

of the Bexhill Harriers, Sus- 
sex. Presentation portrait. 
826 W. G. Borron, Esq., President 
of the Ardrossan Coursing 
Club, of Seafield Towers, 
Ardrossan, Scotland. 

1870. 56 Study for the presentation 

equestrian portrait of D. R. 
Scratton, Esq. 

256 Study for the presentation 
equestrian portrait of Charles 
Wicksted, Esq. 

898 Charles, the son of James 
Chadwick, Esq., of High 
Bank, Prestwich, Lan- 
cashire. 

187 1. 26 The late Rear- Admiral Sir 

James C. Ross, Knt., 
D.C.L., F.R.S., etc., the 
Arctic and Antarctic Navi- 
gator. Fainted for Green- 
wich Hospital. 
289 Sir Francis Henry Goldsmid, 
Bart., M.P. 

1 109 Charles Murchison, M.D., 
F.R.S., etc. 

1129 Robert Lee, M.D., F.R.S. 

1872. 163 Captain Francis Lyon, R.A. 
346 Sir Henry Edwards, Bart, of 

Pye Nest, Colonel of the 2nd 
West Yorkshire Yeomanry 
and High Sherifif for York- 
shire. Presentation portrait. 

431 Erasmus Wilson, Esq., F.R.S., 
Professor of Dermatology in 
the Royal College of Sur- 
geons. 
i873« '34 Equestrian portrait of T. T. C. 
Lister, Esq., of Beamsley 
Hall, Yorkshire. 

272 Frederic Wanklyn, Esq. 

1022 Equestrian portrait of Thomas 
Mashiter, Esq., of " Priests " 
and Whybridge, Essex. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

1874. 542 Mrs. MacDonell. 
549 Charley. 

1426 Equestrian portrait of T. C. 
Garth, Esq., with huntsman, 
whipper-in, and hounds. 
Presentation picture. 

1875. 484 J. J. Farquharson Esq., of 

Langton House, Dorset- 
shire. 
836 Equestrian portrait of C. J. 
Radclyffe, Esq., Master of 
the South Dorset Foxhounds. 
Presentation portrait. 



1876. 


357 


1877. 


85 


1878. 


34« 
.3,8 


1879. 


604 


i88a 


1067 


1881. 


904 



1882. 305 



374 

1884. 545 

1885. 4S8 



Mr. Press, huntsman of the 
Blackmoor Vale foxhounds. 

Captain Sir George S. Nares, 
R.N., K.C.B., F.R.S., com- 
manding H.M. ships " Alert^ 
and " Discovery," 1875-6. 

Mrs. John G. Sandeman. 

Equestrian portrait of Ger- 
trude, daughter of Frank 
Chance, Esq. 

Admiral J. Lort Stokes, R.N., 
F.R.G.S. 

The Master of the Scotchwell 
harriers. South Pembroke- 
shire. 

Equestrian portraits of Sir 
Richard G. Glyn, Bart, and 
Lady Glyn, with huntsmen, 
whips, etc. Presented by 
Members of the Blackmoor 
Vale Hounds. 

Sir Harry P. Burrard, Bart, of 
Wallhampton, Hants, late of 
the 6oth Rifles. 

Henry Cheswright, Esq. 

One of the Naval Brigade, 
Egypt, 1883. 

Rev. Wm. Barker, Rector of 
Marylebone, etc. 



PEARCE, Tring Painter. 

2, The Paragon^ Margate, 

1894. 1438 Old court in Mermaid Street, 

Rye. 

1895. 1394 Bit of old Folkestone. 

PEARCE, William. 

Miniature Painter. 
13, Newman Street. 

1798. 849 Mrs. Corrie. 

13, New Street y Oxford Road, 

1799. 73 » Miss Murray. 

PEARCE, William T Painter. 

4, Chalcot Crescent, 

Primrose Hill. 

1895. 545 Florence; a portrait. 

63, Alexandra Road, N. W. 

1896. 222 Portrait of a lady. 

I, Vernon Place y 

Bloomsbury Square. 

1897. 302 D. Gladstone Davies, Esq. 

PEARS, Charles... Painter. 

I, Queen Anne^s Grove, 

Bedford Park 
1904. 1353 Toby and the fairy queen. 



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91 



PEARS ALL, Henry W Painter. 

10, Lamias Conduit Street 
1833. 245 An interior from nature. 
1833. 596 The grandmother. 

4, Cecil Street, 

1840. 321 The blind beggar and his guide 

resting. 

1 84 1. 457 Cottages at Kenilworth. 

17, Rodney Terrace^ 

Cheltenham, 
1847. 128 An alehouse kitchen. 

1849. II Sunday evening. 

16, Clarence St., Cheltenham, 

1850. 173 The cottage gate. 

1 85 1. S2 Gleaners. 

1853. 1086 The Horse Tor, Matlock. 

1854. 1074 Afternoon, on the Avon, near 

Bredon, Worcestershire. 
1857- 504 The source of the Thames, 

near Cheltenham. 
1859. 632 Warwick Castle. 

PEARSB, Alfred Painter. 

Elmleigh, Hampstead Heath, 
1900. 1593 "Bobs" eyes; a sketch on 
Orange Free State border. 

PEARSB, Miss F. Mabelle... Painter. 
1 1, Bedford Place, 
1896. 1257 The lost fairy. 

PEARSON, Mrs. Charles (formerly 
Miss Mary Martha Dutton). 

Painter. 
4, Hart Street, Bloomsbury, 
277 Mrs. Stanton. 
165 Portrait of a lady. 
212 James Penning, Esq. 
108 Mrs. C. Burrows. 
476 Mr. Milliken, Dublin. 
581 Miss Smithson of Drury Lane 
Theatre in the character of 
Ellen in the Falls of the 
Clyde. 
163 Major-General N. P. Laurence. 
416 Mrs. Colonel Gordon. 
530 Portrait of a gentleman. 
514 Chapman Marshall, Esq. 
904 Portrait of a young lady. 
42 Dr. Young. 
353 Portrait of a lady. 
257 do. her mother. 
319 Miss Emma Roberts. 
32 Portrait of a young lady with a 

guitar. 
45 Portrait of a gentleman. 
232 do. young lady. 

313 do. gentleman. 

84 do. lady. 

205 Miss Heaphy. 



1821. 
1822. 

1823. 



1824. 



1825. 
1827. 
1828. 
1829. 



1830. 



1830. 317 Mrs. S. C. Hall. 

1 83 1. 369 The Lord Mayor. {Sir John 

Kty.) 

1832. 12$ The Lady Mayoress. (Lcuiy 

Key.) 
599 The miniature. "What the 
painter's art had missed Her 
memory supplied." 

9, Bedford Street, 

1833. 1098 J. Humphrey, Esq., M.P., 

Sherifif of London and Mid- 
dlesex. 

1834. 566 Sir James Shaw, Chamberlain 

of the City of London, as 
he appeared in the act of 
presenting the freedom of 
the city, in a gold box, to 
the Earl Grey, in the Court 
of Common Council. 

1835. 396 The Lord Mayor. {Henry 

Winchester,) 

1836. 392 The Lord Mayor. {Walter 

Taylor Copeland,) 

1837. 511 The Lord Mayor. {Ttiamas 

Kelly,) 

Park Street, Westminster. 
1842. 259 Sir John Pirie, Lord Mayor. 

PEARSON, Cornelius Painter. 

6, Southwick Street, 
1^45* 321 R* Harrison Black, LL.D. 

37, Lamias Conduit Street, 
1847. 7H Ruins near Rochester, Kent. 

Saville Row, 
1853. 564 One of the ancient round 
towers of Ireland between 
the ruins of the abbey and 
castle on Devenish Island, 
Lough Erne. 

15, Harpur Street, 
1872. 677 Gooderich Castle, on the Wye, 
Monmouthshire. 

PEARSON, Miss Eleanor W. 

Miniature Painter. 

Grey side, Muswell Hill, 
1899. "79 Gladys. 

PEARSON, Frank Loughborough. 

Architect. 
13, Mansfield Street. 

1 89 1. 1778 26, Wigmore Street, etc. 

1892. 1786 39, Margaret Street, etc. 

1893. 1494 House at Lismoyne, near Bel- 

fast. 
1 90 1. 1669 St. Matthew's Church, Auck- 
land, N.Z. 
1676 Triptych for chapel, Cliveden. 



92 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pearson, Frank Loughborough — con- 
tinued. 
1904. 1442 St. Helen's School, Abingdon. 

1446 Reredos, All Saints Church, 

Maidstone. 

1447 St. Matthew's Church, Auck- 

land, N.Z. 

PEARSON, George Engraver. 

Dartmouth Villa, 

Dartmouth Park, 
1869. 1083 Animal life. After Wolf. 

PEARSON, Guy Painter. 

24, Lynn Road, 

Wisbech^ Cambridgeshire. 
1903. 106 1 The sheep pastures, near Wells. 

PEARSON, H.J. S Painter. 

1 1, London Street y Greenwich, 
1844. z View from Blackheath, near 
the Chinese pavilion. 
241 Blackheath. 

PEARSON, J Painter. 

Highgate, 
1798. 723 Four studies from nature — 
moonlight. 

PEARSON, John Painter. 

StorthSy Moldgreen, 

Huddersfield, 

1889. 1362 On the Yorkshire Moors. 

1890. 1320 Moorland Road. 

PEARSON, John Loughborough, 

R,A,yF,S,A Architect. 

1851. 305 The seat of Robert Raikes, 
Esq. 

2, Delahay Street, 
1853. 1 160 Interior of the Holy Trinity 
Church, Westminster. 

22, Harley Street, 

1 86 1. 679 Church in London. 
681 do. interior. 

698 Daylesford church, Worcester- 
shire. 

1862. 864 Interior of St. Leonard, Scar- 

borough. 
880 St. Mary, Dalton Holme, near 
Beverley, Yorkshire. 
1864. 773 St. Peter's, Vauxhall. 

810 Church, Appleton-le-Moors, 
etc. 

46, Harley Street, 
1867. M3 Interior church at Sutton Veny, 

near Warminster. 
1870. 765 St. Peter's Home, Kilburn. 

785 St Mary's, Freeland, near Ox- 
ford. 



1871. 
1872. 



1873- 



1874. 
1875- 



1876. 
1877. 



1878. 
1880. 



"57 



1088 



1882. 
1883. 
1885. 



1887. 
1889. 
1890. 

1892. 
1897, 



894 Interior, St. Augustine, Kilburn. 
ito2 do. exterior. 
12 1 2 Spire, church at Dalton Holme. 
1253 Tower of St. Peter's, Vauxhall. 
1 1 16 Church at Wentworth Wood- 
house, Yorkshire. 
1 1 24 Kirk Braddan, Isle of Man. 
1 147 House near Crickhowell, South 
Wales. 
Lechlade Manor, Gloucester- 
shire, for George Milward, 
Esq. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
S. Augustine, Kjlbum; south 
transept. 
955 St. John the Evangelist, Red 

Lion Square. 
972 St. Augustine's, Kilburn. 
1001 Wentworth church, Yorkshire. 

1 1 07 Church at Horsforth, near 

Leeds. 
1 1 16 St. Michael and All Angels, 
Croydon. 

1108 Westwood House, Sydenham. 
"39 St. John the Evangelist, Red 

Lion Square. 
1 105 Truro Cathedral. 
1 1 18 do. do. 

1120 Westwood House, Sydenham. 
1 1 29 Truro Cathedral. 
H30 Westwood House, Sydenham. 
1 165 Truro Cathedral. 

13, Mansfield Street^ 

Cavendish Square, 

(Elected R.A.) 
1134 Truro Cathedral. 
1 161 St. Stephen's, Bournemouth. 

1785 St. Peter's Convalescent Home, 

Woking. 

1786 do. do do. 
1798 Peterborough Cathedral. 
1806 do. do. 
1861 Westminster Hall. 

1 87 1 do. do. 

163 1 Truro Cathedral. {Diploma 
work,) 

1967 New buildings. University 
Library, Cambridge. 

1771 Sidney Sussex College, Cam- 
bridge. 

1788 do. do. do. 

1687 Truro Cathedral. 

1736 Westminster Abbey (restored.) 

19*4 Rood screen, Bristol Cathedral. 



PEARSON, Miss. 

Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1824. 625 Portrait of her sister. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



93 



PEARSON, Miss Mary A. ...Painter. 

19, Bolton Studios. 
1899. 920 Portrait of a lady. 

PEARSON, Robert Painter. 

57, Palsgrave Road^ 

Scarborough, 
1896. 814 Old oaks. 

PEARSON, W Painter. 

7, Great Newport Street, 

1799. 338 View near Richmond, York- 

shire. 
339 View near Durham. 
345 do. 

841 View in Yorkshire. 
39, Windmill Street^ 

Rathbone Place, 

1800. 304 Cottage near Newcastle-upon- 

Tyne. 

505 Ruins in Yorkshire. 

725 View from below the New 
Bridge, Durham — summer's 
evening. 

764 View near the sea coast, York- 
shire. 

7, Great Newport Street, 

1802. 365 View in North Wales; a study 

from nature. 
375 View of Wenlock, Shropshire. 
423 View in North Wales — sunset. 

1803. 521 Shrewsbury. 

626 Ludford House, Ludlow, the 

residence of Col. Charlton. 
740 Ludlow Castle. 
742 Rocks near Pontisford hill. 

1804. 454 Part of the town of Ludlow and 

castle. 
464 Clungunford, near Ludlow. 

PEART, Charles Sculptor. 

At Mr, Abington's^ 
Paulin Street, 

Hanover Square, 

1778. 229 Three models in wax. 

At Mrs, Ovington^s, 
Paulin Street, 

Hanover Square. 

1779. 234 A lady in wax; a model 

60, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 

1780. 296 Portrait of a lady; model in 

wax. 
297 Portrait of a gentleman; model 

in wax. 
468 Portrait of a general; a model. 

1781. 358 Portrait in wax. 
363 do. do. 



1782. 341 Portrait in wax. 

342 do. do. 

343 do. do. 
345 do. do. 

79, Charlotte Street. 
1784. 518 Prometheus; a model. 

1786. 261 Portrait of Her Royal High- 

ness che Princess Amelia; 

composition. 
263 Portrait in wax. 
345 do. do. 
$00 Hercules and Cacus, from 

Virgirs iEneid 8th. 

1787. 619 Neptune and Amphitryte. 

623 Euphrosne hiding the arrows 
from Cupid. 

1789. 574 Design for a monument 
575 Foscari, Doge of Venice. 
592 Portrait of his Majesty. 

40, Great Tichfield Street, 

1790. 657 Model of Britannia, with a 

medallion of her Majesty. 
659 Bust of a nobleman, deceased. 
8, New Road, 

Portland Turnpike. 
1792. 721 Ambarvalia; or sacrifice be- 
fore harvest. 
723 Genius of Friendship; model 

for a monument. 
740 Regulus's return to Carthage; 
a sketch in terra-cotta. 
1793* 747 A monumental figure. 

12, opposite Pitzroy Square, 

New Road, 

1796. 876 A Bust of the late Sir Samuel 

Marshall, Bart 

1797. 1178 Britannia rewarding merit; a 

design for a monument; a 
sketch. 
1 1 89 Bust of an ofificer. 

1798. 1040 A figure designed for the front 

of a chimney-piece, to be 
executed in marble. 
1044 do. do. 



PEART, W. Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181 5. 488 Group of fruit and flowers; 
composition. 



PEASE, William. 

Miniature-painter. 

1823. 927 Portrait of a gentleman. 

16, William Street, Woolwich. 

1824. 689 Major-Cjeneral Evans, Royal 

Artillery. 

98, Powis Street, Woolwich. 
1830. 834 Portrait of a lady. 



94 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PEAT, Miss M. ... Miniature Painter. 
184, Oxford Street 
^795- 5'9 Portrait of a lady. 

1796. 54« Portrait of an officer. 

1797. 871 Portrait of a young lady. 

PEAT, Thomas ... Miniature Painter. 
— Peaty 290, High Holbom, 

1 79 1. 121 Portrait of a lady. 

202 Portrait of a gentleman. 
254 do. do. 

404 do. do. 

T. Peat, 

1792. 90 Portrait of a gentleman. (Mr, 

Pemberton.) 
157 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Pemberton, of Chelsea,) 

172 Portrait of a gentleman. 

173 do. do. 
244 Five portraits; enamel. 

184, Oxford Street, 

1794. 518 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1796. 544 Four portraits. {Mr, Leslie, 

Venetian Ambassador, Lord 

Newark, Hon, Mr, Sanford,) 

16, Rathbone Place, 

1800. 922 Portrait of a young artist. 

1801. 752 Mrs. Wilkinson. 

1802. 737 Mr. Pratt. 

1805. 36 Mrs. Ward of Hull. 

PECK, Frederick Architect. 

Maidstone, 
1859. 1089 Royal Albert Asylum, Cam- 
bridge. 
i860. 692 Church of St. Paul, Maidstone. 

696 do. interior. 

1863. 939 Albert College, etc., Framling- 
ham, Suffolk. 

1 5, Furnivafs Inn, 

1867. 902 College, Long Eaton, Derby- 

shire. 

1868. 868 Bedford College. 

35, Gordon Square. 
1872. 1241 Elkington's, Regent Street. 

PECK, H. W Sculptor. 

23, Gloucester Street, Hoxton, 

1817. 1016 Bust of a gentleman. 

1023 The Lord pronouncing judg- 
ment on Adam and Eve. 
" On Adam last thus judg- 
ment he pronounced, etc." 
—Milton, 

1818. 1078 Endymion visited by Cynthia. 

" How the pale Phoebe 
hunting in a grove, etc." — 
Fletcher. 



1820. 102 1 Instruction. " Delightful task ! 
to rear the tender thought, 
^tc,''— Thomson. 



PECKITT, T. Painter. 

212, High Street, Deptford, 

1884. 797 Students at the British Mu- 

seum. 
212, High Street, Bedford. 

1885. 1 06 1 North Aisle, Westminster Ab- 

bey. 



John Painter. 

13, Rotunda Buildings, 

Liverpool. 

Pembroke. 

A moorland stream. 
29, Cropper Street, Liverpool. 

Conway. 

Tywyn Cottages, near Llan- 
dudno. 

Loading peat. 

Bamboro' Castle. 

Hastings. 

8, The Temple, 

Dale Street, Liverpool. 

Sheep feeding, Derbyshire. 

Palace Chambers, 

Dale Street, Liverpool, 

Rievaulx Abbey. 

The golden pathway, coast of 
North Devon. 

Ivyside, Maidenhead, 

Winter floods, near Cookham. 

Water-lilies, near Cookham. 

Corner of a Berkshire common. 

Storm gathering. 

At Dorney, near Windsor. 

Driving home the pigs. 

A hillside frolic. 

In the orchard. 

Shine and shower. 

The Plough. 

Eastfield, Furze Piatt, 

Maidenhead. 

The nursery. 

A sheepfold — evening. 

Counting the flock. 

A Berkshire lane. 

A spring pastoral. 

Falls of the Garvie, Suther- 
land. 

Stormy harvest. 

A goose girl. 



PEDDER, 


1875. 


580 




818 


1876. 


533 




701 


1877. 


694 


1878. 


369 


1879. 


665 


1881. 


1364 


1884. 


759 




1067 


1887. 


1 143 


1889. 


1401 


1890. 


1238 


1891. 


195 




1193 




1380 


1892. 


1242 


1893. 


265 




1045 


1894. 


1051 


1896. 


1236 




1254 


1897. 


160 


1899. 


395 


1900. 


746 




1114 


1901. 


398 


1902. 


46 



PEDDIE, James Dick- 
page 323. 



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95 



PBDLBY, J. L Architect. 

9, Alfred St,^ Bedford Square, 

1845. "94 Birmingham Grammar School. 

8, Portland St., Southampton, 

1846. 1256 South Transept, Netley Abbey. 

1847. 1089 View of Netley Abbey. 

37, Alfred St,y Bedford Square, 

1848. 1 191 Design for a cathedral. 

1849. 1101 The Town church of St. 

Helier, Jersey. 

II 19 The old Bar gate, Southamp- 
ton. 

1 181 Shrines of Edward the Con- 
fessor and King Henry, 
Westminster Abbey. 

1 183 St Erasmus Chapel, West- 
minster Abbey. 

26, Tichbome Street, 

1850. 1 182 South front of St. Augustine's 

Gate, Bristol. 
1 98, Bradford St,^ Birmingham, 
1855. 1231 Design for the interior of a 
cathedral. 
1268 Chancel of St. Paul's church, 
Balsall Heath, Birmingham. 
2, Chamberlayne Place^ 

Southampton, 
1857. 1092 Design for a cathedral at Lisle. 
28, Portland Street, 
1859. 1055 South porch of St. Lawrence 
church, Ludlow. 
1123 Design for a church at Berne. 
2 If St, George's Square, 

Regent's Park. 
1870. 730 Fountain, Jerusalem. 

59, Queen's Terrace^ N, JV. 
1875. 969 S. Oswald's, Oswestry. 

PEEBLES, Alexander M. 

Architect. 

(City Architect.) 

I, Walbrook Buildings^ 

Mansion House, 
1874. 1 144 Municipal Buildings, Leicester. 
1 191 do. do. do. 

3, Sailers^ Hall Court. 
1878. 1125 Buildings, Salisbury Court. 

1880. 1109 Milton Buildings, Watling 

Street. 
1207 Buildings in Fleet Street. 

1 88 1. 1065 Life Association of Scotland, 

Pall Mall. 

1882. 1 140 Municipal Buildings, Glasgow. 

PEEL, Miss Florence Painter. 

I, Onslow Square, 

1857. 714 The Christmas hamper. 

Sidney Place^ Cork, 

1858. 699 A basket of Camellias. 

1859. 279 Magnolia. 



PEEL, James Painter. 

4, Barton Street. 

1843. 5*4 Quoit players. 
525 The flute player. 

1844. 104 On the Wansbeck, Northum- 

berland. 
507 View on Shooter's Hill, Kent. 

1845. 255 Bolton Abbey, Yorkshire. 
447 Saltwood Castle, Kent. 

639 Morning — Sesmond Dene, 
Northumberland. 

1846. 248 Windermere and the Lang- 

dale Pikes from the Kendal 
road. 
426 Lane scene, Cumberland. 

1847. 208 Yorkshire dale scenery. 

305 Lane scene, Northumberland. 
310 Westonhanger formerly the 
palace of the Kings of Kent 
10, Bloomfield Place^ Pimlico. 

1848. 606 Dunholme Bridge, Swalesdale, 

Yorkshire. 
904 Gateway of Walley Abbey, 

Lancashire. 
1086 Richmond, Yorkshire. 

1849. 592 Trout fishing. 

1079 Near Gisborough, Yorkshire. 
151, Strand. 

1850. 528 Hill pastures in Swaledale, 

Yorkshire. 
888 Canal View, Tormorden Vale. 

1 85 1. 400 Lane Scene, Swaledale, York- 

shire. 

1852. 299 View on the Tees. 

1296 At Dalehouse in Cleveland. 

Branson House^ Darlington, 

1853. 55^ A little brook in Wensley- 

dale. 
1090 Easby Abbey, Yorkshire. 

1854. 215 A river side in March. 
268 A Welsh river. 

1855. 197 A ford near Coldstream. 

673 The borders of Staffordshire 
and Derb3^hire, on the 
Trent near Stapenhill. 

1856. 40 The Wear at Durham. 

530 An April afternoon at Easby 
Abbey. 

1857. 202 A day in March by the Tees. 

"The first green blade just 
peeping into day." 
451 Coast of Arran. 

1858. 193 Glen Vorlach, Dumbarton- 

shire. 
568 The Tees at Gainford. 
Haughton-le-Skeme^ 

Darlif^ton. 

1859. 297 The river Skerne, near Darling- 

ton. 
308 Haughton-le-Skeme, Durham. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pccl, James — continued, 

3, Clarendon Villas^ Barnes, 
i860. 105 Glen Voirlock, Dunbarton- 
shire. 
503 St. Lawrence, Jersey. 
53 A limestone scar in Swaledale. 
278 On Wimbledon Common. 

The Crescent^ Lower Edmonton, 
206 Glen Rhyduig, Cumberland. 
475 Swaledale, Yorkshire. 
353 The Lledr, North Wales. 
250 Moel Siabod. 
273 Junction of the Conway and 

the Lledr. 
710 Near Hazlemere, Surrey. 
867 At Basing, Hants. 
28a A Welsh bridge. 
1051 Spring. 
1 169 Moel Siabod. 
263 The Lowther, Westmorland. 
320 At Palmer's Green, Middlesex. 
1027 The opening scene in Ivanhoe. 
Gurth and Wamba descry 
the cavalcade. 
42 Norham Glen. 
67 A wooden bridge and a weedy 

brook. 
211 Gossip on the road. 
278 A quiet road. 

Arden Lea^ Walthamstow, 
323 The Trent at Ingleby. 
548 Westoncliffe ferry on the Trent. 
844 A little farm on the Trent. 
422 The Trent, Derbyshire. 
319 Salmon fishing on the Tweed. 
1296 Milking time. 
247 The Lledr Valley. 

7 Afternoon on the Llugwy. 
466 At Hayling Island. 
Ill Eel Crags, Borrowdale. 
372 Pangbourne Lock. 
218 Ovington on the Tees, York- 
shire. 



1861. 



1862. 

1866. 
1867. 
1869. 



1871. 



1872. 



1873- 



1874. 



1875- 



1876. 
1878. 

1879. 
1881. 
1884. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 



PEEL, Miss J Painter. 

28, Gordon Square, 
1867. 791 Portrait of a lady. 

PEEL, Miss J. Maud Painter. 

KnowlmerCy Ciitheroe, 
1880. 892 Peach blossom. 
1885. 1235 In the garden. 

PEELE, John Thomas Painter. 

51, High Street^ Hampstead, 
185 a. 1 31 5 Children and dead game. 
1854. 346 After a butterfly. 
474 Girl and Kittens. 



1855. 



1856. 



1857. 



1858. 
i860. 

1861. 

1862. 
1864. 

1865. 
1866. 

1868. 
1871. 

1872. 

1873. 
1875- 

1876. 



1877. 



1881. 



19, Brunswick Placid 
7 Mrs. Westland Marston. 
248 Field flowers. 

16, Great Mersey Street^ 

Liverpool. 
366 The music of the reeds; por- 
trait of Eloise d'Herbil, the 
celebrated Spanish pianist. 
5, Wellington Terraa^ 

Birkenhead. 
7 The evening meal. 

Eastfield House^ Douglas^ 

Isle of Man. 
456 Girl and Guinea pigs. 
260 Happy moments. 
265 The primrose bank. 
124 Tired with play. 

Greeba Castle^ Isle of Man. 
1 Sunny days of childhood. 
325 Threading my needle. 

Milton Villa, Bexley Heath. 
»74 The struggle. 
602 Quite dead. 

7, Grafton Street. 
45 The drink by the way. 
1044 A prayer for health. 

7, Percy Strut. 
45 Children of Robert Thornton, 

Esq. 
490 The tiresome lesson. 
I Girl and Goldfinch. 

Great Russell Street 
368 "Innocent child and snow- 
white flower, etc." 

16, Fitzroy Street. 
39 Dressing myself. 
357 Audrey and Sibyl, children of 
Martin R. Smith, Esq. 
58, Albert Street, 

Regenfs Park, 
139 Wood gatherer. 

Florida Villa, Bexley Heath. 



1884. 


1550 Cornish fish girl. 


1886. 


57 Primrose day. 




10, Great Russell Street. 


1888. 


758 Mother and child. 


I89I. 


121 The morning walk; a portrait. 


PEGLER, Charles William... Painter. 


1823. 


120 Portraits of the two youngest 




sons of the Rt. Hon. the 




Master of the Rolls. {Sir 




Thomas Plumer,) 




35, London Str^t. 


1827. 


256 Rev. Dr. Willis. 


1828. 


173 John Abemethy, Esq. 


1829. 


61 G. Watlington, Esq, ^M 




137 Francis Const, Esq. ^^^H 




140 C. Gaskell, Eaq* ^^^^1 



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97 



1829. 456 The Bishop of Jamaica. 
( Christopher Lipscombe. ) 
458 Major Chauvel. 

36, Percy Street. 
1S30. 354 Lord Dundas. 

425 Portrait of a lady. 

1 83 1. 107 Miss Riviere. 

339 Portrait of a lady. 
359 do. gentleman. 

442 do. an artist. 

(The late.) 

1832. 373 Portrait of a gentleman. 

PEGRAM, A. Bertram Sculptor. 

217, Hampstead Road, 
1895. 1666 Portrait medallion; bronze. 
1899. 1973 Lois, daughter of E. J. Lam- 
bert, Esq. ; relief, bronze. 
191, Stanhope Street, N. W. 

1902. 17 1 9 Down to the sea; group. 

I2<i, Park Village West. 

1903. 1707 Prayer; relief, marble. 

1824 Girlhood; bust, bronze. 

1825 Head of Sicilian goatherd; 

bronze, sUvered. 

1904. 1800 A merry babe; bust, marble. 
1822 Walford memorial; medal, 

bronze. 

PEGRAM, Frederick. 

Miniature Painter. 
158, Oakley Street, Chelsea. 
1889. 1765 The Pamell Commission; 
sketches in court. 

64, Glebe Place. 
1 89 1. 1325 The idler. 

32, Cheyne Row. 
1 90 1. 1368 Mrs. Fred Pegram. 
1903. 1084 Portrait. 

1085 do. 

1086 do. 

1388 Illustration to a story. 
The Grove, Singleton, 

Chichester. 
Dulcie Staveley. 



1904. H47 
PEGRAM, 

1884. i73> 

1885. 7*5 



1888. 19^7 
1968 




Henry A., A.R.A. 

Sculptor. 

186, Bus ton Road. 

Socrates teaching the people in 

the Agora. 
Job and his friends. 
I, Stanhope Studios, 

Delancy Street. 
Harry Dixon; head. 
Death liberating a prisoner; 

group. 
Charity; panel, bronze. 
A boy's head; bronze. 



1889. 2156 Ignis Fatuus; relief, bronze. 

Purchased for the Chantrey 
Bequest for ^^105. 

1890. 2073 Eve; statuette, bronze. 

1 89 1. 2005 Sybilla fatidica; statue. 

2026 Mrs. G. J. Blomfield; me- 
dallion, bronze. 

1892. i960 Industry; relief. For the en- 

trance to the Imperial In- 
stitute. 
1 97 1 Britannia; relief. For the en- 
trance to the Imperial In- 
stitute. 

1893. 1720 The Rt. Hon. Edward Fry, 

LL.D., F.R.S.; bust, mar- 
ble. 

1894. 1781 Last song; bronze over door. 
1826 Portrait of my wife; bust, 

bronze. 

1833 R. C.Wilson, Esq.; medallion, 

bronze. 

1895. 1700 The bather; statue. 

1896. 1877 Master Raymond J. Clausen; 

relief, bronze. 
1910 Labour; statue. "In the 
sweat of thy face shalt thou 
eat bread." — C^n. iii, 19. 
36, Marlborough Road. 

1897. 1949 Figure for the base of a can- 

delabrum. 
1951 do. do. 

1898. 1808 Model of bronze candelabrum. 

For St. Paurs Cathedral. 
184$ Millicent, daughter of Mark 
Fisher, Esq.; relief, bronze. 

1899. 1902 My father; bust. 

1900. 1985 A wee woman; head of a 

child. 
2041 Portrait of a girl; relief. 
2056 Fortune; statue. 

1 90 1. 1695 Monument to Ninon, wife of 

Max Michaelis, Esq.; statue. 
1808 Edward J. Gregory, Esq., 
R.A., P.R.I.; bust 

1902. 1640 A sea idyll; relief. 

1696 E. J. Gregory, Esq., R.A., 
P.R.I. ; bust, bronze. 

1903. 17*3 A monument; relief, marble. 

1 8 14 Design for memorial to the 
late Sir John Stainer. For 
St. Paurs Cathedral. 

1 83 1 Pens^; bust, bronze. 

1834 The late Rt. Hon. Cecil 

Rhodes; bust, marble. For 
the City of London. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1904. 1674 Pan; statue. 

1694 Sibylla Fatidica; group, marble. 
Purchased for the Chantrey 
Bequest for ;^i,3So. 

o 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pegram, Henry A., A,R.A. — continued. 
1904. 1699 Sir Harry Johnston, G.C.M.G., 
etc.; bust. 
1799 Edmund Halley, Astronomer- 
Royal, 1 720-1 742; bust, 
marble. 

PBGSWORTH, J Painter. 

6, Throgmorton Street 
1 781. 385 Portrait of a gentleman. 

PEILL, Mrs. H Painter. 

31, Nelson Terrace. 
1830. 454 Group of flowers from nature. 
481 do. do. 

Mrs. H. Peile. 
1833. 527 Group of flowers from nature. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1836. 916 Group of flowers. 



Architect. 



PEIRANB, L 

1856. 1 1 $3 A design. 



PBIRCB, C.J Architect. 

3, New Street^ Brompton. 

1838. 1234 Design for a boat house. 

1839. 121 1 Perspective of the interior of 

the church of St. Madeleine 
at Paris from actual mea- 
surement. 
Victoria Rocui^ Kensington. 
1848. 1120 Prison at Walton, near Liver- 
pool. 
1 188 District schools. 

PBIRSON, Miss Nellie. 

Miniature Painter. 
Old Roady Gravesend. 
1890. 147 1 Dorothy. 

PBLBZ, F Painter. 

Rue de la Ferme^ Paris. 
1869. 669 Palazzo Tomachi, Venice. 

PBLHAM, Henry. 

Miniature Painter. 
At Mr. Copleys, 

Leicester Fields. 

1777. 264 The finding of Moses. 

265 Portrait of a lady; in minia- 

ture. 

266 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

miniature. 

1778. 230 A frame with four miniatures; 

two in water colours, two in 
enamel. 



PBLHAM, James. 

Miniature Painter. 
/. Pelham^Jun.^ 

15, Kin^s Mead Terrace^ 

Bath. 
1832. 716 Viscount Weymouth. 

812 Viscountess Weymouth. 
/. Pelhamy 

21, Elizabeth St., Islington. 
1837. 690 Portrait of a lady. 

8, Buckingham Place. 
1836. 650 Rev. W. Dampier. 
eee Portrait. 
797 T. Vaughan, Esq. 
828 W. H. Carter, M.D. 
844 T. Colbeck, Esq. 

PBLHAM, James Painter. 

23, West Derby, Liverpool. 
1880. 721 A Devonshire Village — Winter. 



PBLHAM, 

1863. 208 

1864. 639 



1866. 
1867. 


454 
48 


1868. 


441 

665 

36 




239 




*57 


1870. 
I87I. 


292 
23 




212 


1872. 


158 




9«$ 


1874. 


"34 

4«5 

IJ78 


1875. 

1876. 
1877. 


362 
526 
J6z 



I88I. 598 



1886. 769 

837 



Thomas Kent ... Painter. 
330, Maida Vale. 
Study. 
6, Grove Terrace, 

St. John's Wood. 
Domestic beauties. 
33, Grove Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
Early flowers. 
A mountain flower. 
First pleasures. 
Early eflbrts. 
The fishermen's pet. 
Father's dinner. 
"Look! here's Punch!" 

47, Alexandra Road. 
A maid of Alicante. 
A hitch in the reckoning. 
Water carrier of Cordova. 
Fisherwomen of the Basque 

provinces. 
The bracelet. "To think and 

ponder when apart." 
Gossip — Cordova. 
A Cornish mussel-gatherer. 
In the market-place — Cuba. 

14, Belsiu Road. 
The reckoning. 
A mountain flower. 
Interior, Devon. 
The sailor boy's love. 

26, Belsiu Square^ 
A Southern flower. 
18, St. Margarefs Road, 

Brockley. 
A serious question. 
A fisher of the Basque Pro-,, 

vinces. 



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99 



14, St Petet^s Squatty 

Hammersmith, 
1 89 1. 380 A minstrel of the Basque 
Provinces. 

PBLLBGRIN, Louis Antoine Victor. 

Painter. 
36, London Street 
1873. 446 The Christmas Eve— St. S^ve- 
rin's church, Paris. 

PELLEGRINI, Carlo Painter. 

(" Ape " of " Vanity Fair.") 

8, George St,^ Hanover Square, 
1878. 6i Lieut. James R. D. McGregor. 

PELLEGRINI, Domenico... Painter. 
5, Lower John Street^ 

Golden Square. 
1793. 154 Portrait of a Venetian lady. 

183 do. the Venetian Ambas- 
sador. 

280 Cephalus and Procris. 

281 Venus and Cupid. 
64a Portrait of a lady. 

646 do. gentleman. 

1 794- 79 A Bacchante. 

116 The comic muse. 
119 Effect of love. 
130 The death of Marat 
297 Milo devoured by a lion. 

29, Suffolk Street^ Haymarket 
1795. 196 Portrait of a gentleman. (Mr, 
BartolozzV) 
221 The power of love. 
285 Goddess of health. 
Hebe. 

The Royal family of France 
entering the National As- 
sembly on the loth of 
August, 1792. 
A Nymph coming out of the 
bath; a sketch. 
246 Portrait of a nobleman. (Lord 

Spencer,) 
278 Dorinda wounded by Silvio. 
Vide Pastorfido, Act iv, 
scene 9. 
1 1 19 Hercules throwing Lichas into 
the sea; a sketch. 

D. Pellegrini, V.A. 
1798. 42 A Bacchante. 

323 Portrait of a young lady. 
4S5 do. gentleman. 

621 do; young lady. 

_—Aibgrim\ 

2961 Oxford I^&ad, 
64 Venetian lady in a gondola. 



35* 
421 



1797. 127 



I?. Pellegrini, 296, Oxford St, 

1 80 1. 238 Hebe. 

245 General Paoli. 
253 Mr. Fonblanque. 

1802. 58 Portrait of a gentleman. 
107 Psyche. 

206 Portrait of a young lady. 

246 do. lady. 

605 do. gentleman. 

4, Leicester Square, 

1803. 141 Venus and Cupid. 

PELLETIER, A Painter. 

58, Frith Street, Soho. 

18 16. 442 A study of peaches. 

465 The Macaw and American jay. 
470 The bird of Paradise. 
478 Two jays fighting. 
2, JVorth Crescent, 

Tottenham Court Road, 

181 7. 492 Peaches and plums. 
518 Flowers. 

533 A heron, a red and a yellow 

bird of paradise. 
647 Two cocks fighting. 
809 Two magpies fighting. 

64, Frith Street 

18 18. 522 Groupe of flowers. 

526 The silver-eyed crow and the 

wall creeper. 

527 Fruit. 

23, Frith Street 

1819. 566 A pencil drawing of foreign 

birds. 
573 A pencil drawing of landscape 

from nature. 
590 A drawing of British birds. 
593 A composition of birds, fruit, 

and flowers. 

96, Charlotte Street 

1820. 546 A macaw and other foreign 

birds. 

623 A groupe of peaches and 

apples. 

624 A bunch of plums, with a red- 

start. 
743 British birds in pencil. 
821 A groupe of flowers. 

1 82 1. 447 Foreign birds with a nest. 

From the collection of Mr. 
Leadbeater. 
895 Bird of Paradise and other 
foreign birds. From the col- 
lection of Mr. Leadbeater. 

1822. 501 Foreign birds. From the col- 

lection of Mr. Leadbeater. 

1823. 631 Bird of China (not known be- 

fore) brought by Mr. J. 
Wilson. From the collection 
of Mr. Leadbeater. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pelletier, A..— continued. 

1 1, Norton Struts 

Portland Place. 
1826. 507 Foreign birds. From the col- 
lection of Mr. Ledbetter's. 
49, Upper Marylebone Street. 

1829. 565 Foreign birds. From the col- 

lection of Mr. Ledbiter's. 

7, Cirencester Place. 

1830. 571 Gold Pheasant. 

35, London Street. 
1834. 521 Foreign birds. From Mr. Lead- 

beter's collection. 

1835.' 513 Groupe of foreign birds : Kaka- 

tue rosalbin; pie-bleu du 

ciel, Agami heron, etc. From 

Mr. Ledbetter's collection. 

47, Cirencester Place. 

1836. 543 Group of birds. From Mr. 

LfCdbeter's collection. 

46, Howland Street. 
1847. 672 Flowers and fruit. 



PBLLISSIBR, P. L Painter, 

20, Newman Street. 
1889. i2i8 Sunset on the Ouse. 

PBMBER, Miss Winifred ... Painter. 
8, Bryanston Square. 
1898. 6 The Hon. Mrs. John Pleydell- 
Bouverie. 
633 Mrs. R. Grafton Bothamley. 

PBMBBRTON, Miss Sophia T. 

Painter. 
3, Stanley Studios, Park Walk. 

1897. 59 Daffodils. 

1898. 780 Little boy blue. 
1 901. 47 Interested. 

1903. 445 John-a-dreams. 

1904. 549 Verlaine's friend. "When I 

remember all the friends 
now gone for ever." 

PBMBLL, J Painter. 

I, South Street, Borough. 
1 84 1. 120 Child pra3dng. "Hallowed be 
thy name." 
388 Study of a dog's head. 

Canterbury. 

1843. 3*3 Mr. Hills of Guy's Hospital. 

3, Calthorp Street, 

Guildford Street. 

1844. 164 Shylock. "I stand here for 

law." 

Canterbury. 

1845. 446 A portrait. 



9, River Street, 

Middleton Square, 

1846. 148 Rev. T. P. Little. 

22, SoUy Terrace, Pentonville. 

1847. 70 John Whitehead, Esq. 

75, Charlotte Strut. 

1848. 206 The evening prayer. 
750 A portrait. 

1849. 18 do. * 

20, Newman Street. 

1850. 63 Study of the head of a little 

boy. 
487 A portrait. 

1851. 1162 do. 



PBNLBY, Aaron Bdwin Painter. 

A. Penley, 

54, Connaught Terrace. 
1835. 715 Mrs. Turner. 

«43 George Greaves, Esq. 
844 Mrs. Charles Newton. 
(Painter in Water Colours to Her Majesty 
the Queen Dowager.) 

26, Percy Street. 

1839. 404 Portrait of a gentleman. 
783 The Hon. Arthur Anindell. 

56, Connaught Terrace. 

1840. 833 Joseph Peel, Esq. 

1841. 706 H.R.H. Prince Albert 

43, Union Street, Plymouth. 

1842. 4^» Nature's favourite — ^the flower 

girl. 
546 What is time? 

24, Maida Vale. 

1850. 623 A Welsh peasant Girl. "Few 

more humble, none more 

fair." 

(Professor of Painting to the Hon. East 

India Company's Military CoU^e, 

Addiscombe.) 

1857. 861 Sheep of the Valley. 
885 do. mountain. 

12, Upper Bedford Place. 

1858. 927 The first shades of evening. 

1859. 418 The old porter's daughter- 

door at Haddon HaU. "Yet 
something on thy brow has 
wrought, etc." 
983 The first sight of home. "Mark 
the straining eye of the re- 
turning traveller, as he gazes 
from elevated spot upon the 
distant home of his child- 
hood — of his earliest affec- 
tions — of all he holds most 
dear." 

i860. 832 Loch Lomond. "The sun's 
soft gleam." 

1 86 1. 889 Llyn Cgwen, North Wales. 



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5, Elliott Billy Lewisham. 
1869. 589 The Snowdon Range, from the 
Capel Curig Road, North 
Wales. 



PENN, Will C Painter. 

57, Tiemey Road^ 

Streatham Hill. 
1904. 548 The meeting of Alexander and 
Diogenes. 

PENNACCHINI, O. P Sculptor. 

4, Rendu Street^ 

North Kensington, 
1885. 1976 S, E, P, S; bust. 
1997 Bust of a lady. 

PENNACHINI, R Sculptor. 

35, Tavistock Place, 
1863. 1 173 The late Alexander McKenzie 
Ross, Esq., C.E., designer 
and constructor of the Vic- 
toria Bridge over the St. 
Lawrence at Montreal; mar- 
ble bust. 



PENNELL, Eugene H Painter. 

12, Queen^s Terrcue^ 

Stjohfis Wood. 
1885. 856 Gorleston Jetty, Norfolk. 
1888. 808 On the Medway. 
1890. 1 151 Harvest time. 

PENNETHORNE, Sir James. 

Architect. 
29, Dover Street, 

1823. 6*7 View of the Quadrant, Regent 

Street. 

14, Regent Street. 

1824. 901 Design for a national monu- 

ment 

1839. X016 Design for Westminster Hos- 

pital. 
2, Queen^s Square^ 

Westminster. 

1840. X064 Design for the new Royal Ex- 

change. 
(He was knighted in 1870.) 

PENNINGTON, E. G. ... Architect. 
91, Newman Street. 

1854. 1 104 Artist's residence near Windsor. 

1855. iai6 Lodge, etc., for H. E. Gumey, 

Esq., Privis, Nutfield, Surrey. 
1858. 990 Country house. 



PENNINGTON, Frederick. 

Architect. 
8, Avenue^ Bedford Park. 
1S93. 1 591 Oxford municipal buildings. 

TUvoli HousCy Hounslow Heath. 
1894. 1587 Darlington Municipal build- 
ings. 

PENNINGTON, R. G. Harper. 

Painter. 
296, King^s Roady Chelsea. 
1S85. $31 Miss Clarke. 



PENNINGTON, Miss S. ... Painter. 

Royal Academy of Music, 

1840. 53 1 Portrait of Miss S. Pennington, 

of the Royal Academy of 

Music. 



PENNOYER, Mrs. C. Ellen. 

Miniature Painter. 
42, Clovelly Mansions^ 

Grafs Inn Road. 

1893. 1259 The Duchess of Leinster. 
1262 Master R. C. N. Ashton, son 

of Robert Ashton, Esq. 

1894. 1228 John Dunn Gardner, Esq. 



PENNY, C Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1814. 438 Portrait of his brother. 

3, Ludgate Street. 

1816. 64s Portrait of his brother-in-law. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

181 7. 638 Portrait of a West Indian. 
1823. 770 Portrait of a gentleman. 

861 do. an artist. 

13, Queen^s Road^ Pentonville. 
1825. 621 T. Palmer, Esq. 
863 John Scott, Esq. 



PENNY, Edward, R,A Painter. 

(Professor of Painting to the Royal 
Academy.) 

Mortimer Street. 

1769. 87 ^'I saw a smith with his ham- 

mer thus, 
The whilst his iron did on 

the anvil cool, 
With open mouth swallow a 
taylor's news." — Shake- 
speare^ King John. 
Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 

1770. 142 Imogen discovered in the 

cave. — Cymbeline, act 3. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Penny, Edward, R.A. — continued. 

1771. 152 A portrait 

1772. 191 Lord Clive explaining to the 

Nabob the situation of the 
invalids in India; at the 
same time showing him a 
deed whereby he relinquishes 
Meer Jaffier's legacy, five 
lacke of rupees, to the Hon- 
ourable East India Com- 
paiiy, for the support of a 
military fund. 
192 Rosamond and Queen Eleanor. 

1774. 206 The Profligate punished by 
neglect and contempt. {Ri- 
diculous, — Walpole. ) 
207 The Virtuous comforted by 
Sympathy and Attention. 
Duke Street, Grosvenor Square, 

\1*l(i, 221 Jane Shore led to do penance 
at St. PauPs. The insolent 
in office, and pretenders to 
purity, by insulting the 
wretched, betray their own 
baseness. 

1777. 267 Portrait of a bishop. 

268 A small head. 

269 do. 

1779. 235 The return from the chase. 

236 A group of children. " Sylves- 

trem tenui, etc." — VirgiL 

237 A young lady; small whole 

length. 

1780. 177 A boy taken out of the water, 

drowned. 
190 The Boy by proper means re- 
covered. Vide Dr. Franklin's 
sermon to the Humane 
Society, Humani nihil a me 
alienum, — Ter, 

1 781. loi Lavinia, daughter of the once 

rich Acasto, discovered 
gleaning. Vide Thompson's 
Seasons, 

1782. II The benevolent physician. 
23 The rapacious quack. 

30 Widow Costard's cow and goods 
distrained for taxes, are re- 
deemed by the generosity of 
Johnny Pearmain. 
154 Portrait of a gentleman. 

PENNY, J Painter, 

2, Newington Causeway. 
1788. 364 Rural innocence. 

366 Eliza, pursued by the bull, go- 
ing to leap into the river to 
avoid him. From Mr. Fos- 
brooKs Poems. 



PENNY, J. S Painter. 




4, Ireland^ s Row^ 




Mile End Road. 


^93- 


804 Roses. 


1794. 


646 Flowers. 




655 Tulips. 




(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 


1795- 


455 Portrait of a tragedian. 




S, Penny, 




1 6, Little St. Thomas Apostle, 




Cheapside. 


1796. 


438 Flowers from nature. 


1799. 


477 Flowers. 




483 do. 




(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 




/. S, Penny. 


1804. 


685 Portrait of his child. 


1813. 


454 do. do. 



PENNY and HANSON. ..Architects. 

1874. II 28 Residence for Robert Chignell, 

Esq., Castle Mount, Dover. 



PENNYMAN, J Painter. 

%, Johnson's Court, Fleet Street. 

1807. 181 A view of the gateway of the 

Hutt, near Liverpool. 

1808. 454 Scene near Cromack Water, 

Cumberland. 



PENROSE, Francis Cranmer. 

Architect. 

1838. 1236 Church. 

Magdalen College, Cambridge. 

1839. 1 103 Lincoln Minster, etc. 

No address. 

1845. 1 166 Interior of a cathedral. 
1228 Sketch of a cathedral 

26, Maddox Street. 

1846. 1155 View of the Acropolis of Athens, 

as it probably appeared in 
the time of the crusaders; 
the Areopagus in the fore- 
ground — Mount Hymettus 
in the distance. 

4, Trafalgar Square. 

Tower of Lincoln Minster, etc. 

Market house at Castle Cary, 
Somersetshire. 

Design for the completion of 
St. Paul's, etc., etc. 

St, PauPs Chapter House. 

A model of St. Paul's Cathedral, 
etc., etc. 

Design for National Gallery. 

Choir of St. PauFs Cathedral, 
do. do. do. 



1851. 295 
1856. 1118 

i860. 670 



1866. 801 

1867. 908 
1873. 1155 

1875. 939 



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68, St. PauPs Churchyard, 
1881. 1060 View of St. Paul's Cross, and 
the old Cathedral. 
1 1 16 St. PauPs Choir School. 

PENROSE, James Doyle ... Painter. 
6, Camden Road Studios. 
1889. 808 A little musician. 
1 89 1. 80 Madame Antoinette Stirling. 

4, Primrose Hill Studios. 
1894. 450 The punishment of Loki. 
Loki, the Scandinavian per- 
sonification of Evil, was 
bound to a rock overhang- 
ing the sea, while a snake, 
like an accusing conscience, 
dropped venom from its 
fangs upon his face. 
1896. 2»9 Lord Russell of Killowen, Lord 
Chief Justice of England. 

44, Finchley Road. 

1900. 53 Iduna's apples. "Iduna, the 

personification of Spring in 
northern mythology, pos- 
sessed an unfailing casket 
of magic apples. These she 
gave to the heroes of Asgard 
when they came to her grave, 
wearied and worn out with 
exertions, to make them 
fresh and young again. 
993 Lady Jane Beaufort and King 
James I of Scotland. " And 
therewith cast I down my 
eyes again, etc." 

1 90 1. 217 Margaret of Anjou and the 

robber. Margaret, after her 
escape from the fatal field of 
Hexham, was stopped by a 
robber, to whom she cour- 
ageously said, "Here, my 
friend, is the son of your 
Kmg; to your honour I en- 
trust his safety." The bold 
demeanour of the Queen 
chimed in with the robber's 
humour; he vowed himself 
to her service, and protected 
her to the coast. 
437 Jacob wrestling with the Angel. 
— Genesis, xxxii, 26. 

1902. 388 The last chapter. "The Vener- 

able Bede spent the last 
day of his life dictating his 
translation of the last chapter 
of St. John's Gospel. In the 
evening the Scribe said, 
*Dear Master, there is yet 
one sentence to write.' He 
answered, 'Write quickly.' 



1904. 



Presently the youth said, 
*Now it is finished.' He 
replied, ' Thou hast said the 
truth, it is finished.' " 
437 Via dolorosa and Tower of 
Antonia, Jerusalem. 



PENSON, A. R Architect. 

27, New Millman Street. 

1838. 1 146 Design for a National museum. 
1 166 do. do. do. 

PENSON, Frederick T Painter. 

10, James Street^ 

Stoke-on-Trent. 

1 89 1. 1 66 1 Study of a head. 

1892. 1514 Zephyr carrying Psyche in his 

arms. 

PENSON, James Architect, 

1850. 1286 The Holy Trinity, Westminster. 

PENSON, R. Kyrke, R.I., F.S.A. 

Architect. 
R. H. Penson^ 

12, Coram Street. 
1836. 546 Coast scene. 
R. K. Penson, 

27, New Millman Street. 

1839. 1066 Chiteau Gaillard, on the Seine. 

Ferryside, Carmarthenshire. 

1856. 1089 Dynevor Castle, Carmarthen- 

shire the seat of Lord Dyne- 
vor. 

ii»3 Church at Wrexham. 

1 171 Schools at Ferryside. 

1857. 1084 House in Cardiganshire. 

1858. 1016 Church at Wrexham. 

1072 Limekilns in Carmarthenshire. 

1859. 1085 Pen-y-Warr, Aberystwith, for 

F. R. Roberts, Esq. 

PENSON, T, M Painter. 

1836. 569 Coast scene. 

William Street, Oswestry. 

1837. 957 Moel Wyan, North Wales. 

1838. 610 Beddgelert, Carnarvonshire. 

1839. 1056 Llyn Dinas; Snowdon in the 

distance. 

Chester. 
1857. 1093 Arle Court, near Cheltenham, 
the seat of T. B. W. Bute, 
Esq. 

PENSON, W Painter. 

1820. 153 View of Therlmere, at Wybom, 
Cumberland — evening. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PBNSTONE, Edward Painter. 

6, Regent Street, Fulham Road. 
1877. 7*9 The approach of Spring. 

ifeadcom, Ashford^ Kent. 

1894. 1404 From Lady Wootton's Green, 

Canterbury. 
1896. 1473 CanterburyCathedral bymoon- 
light. 

PENSTONE, John Jewell ... Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

S. J. Fens tone. 
1835. 868 Portrait of his mother. 
T. J. Fens tone, 
3, Fenton Street, Fentonville. 
1838. 1048 The Saxon Bride. 
/,/. Fens tone, 

6, Regent Street^ Brompton. 
1846. 599 A portrait 

1848. 982 Holy thoughts. 

Stamford Hill, N. 

1895. *397 The Man of Sorrows. 

PENSTONE, William Architect. 

22, Great James Street, 

Bedford Row. 
1880. 1096 Village Schools at Stanford-in- 
the-Vale and Cholsey, 
Berkshire. 

PENTREATH, R. T Painter. 

Clarence Street, Fenzance. 

1844. 174 Kate and Alice; portraits of 

the children of P. Stainsby, 
Esq. 

1845. 531 View of the Mount's Bay, 

Cornwall. 

1846. 258 Mount St. Michael. 

»75 Pilchard fishery. Mount's Bay, 
Cornwall — the tack. 

864 Penzance from the eastern 
green. 

1847. 82 Portrait; boy and dogs. 

1240 Beach scene, Mount's Bay, 
Cornwall. 

1849. 2 Portrait of a son of the artist. 

1850. 699 Rocks near Tolpedn, Penwith, 

Cornwall. 
1252 St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall 
— morning effect. 

1 85 1. 525 The sisters. 

615 Portrait of a little boy. 

61, Bemers Street. 

1852. 178 Portrait of a little girl and her 

dog. 

1853. 132 Mount's Bay from Galval Cairn. 

1856. 15 St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. 
481 Fisher people waiting the re- 
turn of the fishing boats. 

1857. 376 Old mill. 



1858. 306 View at Zennor, coast of Corn- 
wall. 

1 86 1. 183 Coast of Cornwall, near the 
Longships Lighthouse. 

PENTY, Arthur J Architect- 

Effingham House, 

Arundel Street. 

1902. 1 381 Interior of Davy Hall restaur- 

ant, York. 
x$42 Design, Country house. 
1554 Dining-room, Scarborough. 

1903. 1549 Billiard room, Burnholme, 

York. 

PENWARNE, J... Painter. 

1807. 778 An Alpine View. 

PEPLOB, Fitzgerald C Sculptor. 

Gamstone, WeobUy, 

Herefordshire. 
1887. 1864 "My first love"; medallion, 
marble. 

6, Albemarle Street. 
1889. 2020 L'esclave et son Dieu. 

2027 Miss Rachel Gumey; bust. 

PEPPER, C Architect. 

At Mr. Dreufs, 

New Street, Brompton. 
1819. 1039 Design for a library. 

Kew Green. 
1827. 1845 Design for an entrance to a 
nobleman's park. 

PEPPER, Joseph Sculptor. 

Langham Chambers. 

1864. 885 Medallion portrait. 

74, Margaret Street. 

1865. 1045 Portrait. 

1866. 1027 Child at the brook. 
1053 A portrait 

1867. 1 159 The student. 

7, Cedar Road, 

Walham Green. 

1868. 1 148 A Brighton fisherman. 
1206 Portrait; terra-cotta. 

14, Foxberry Road, New Cross. 
1873. 1413 An Arab. 

1 55 1 Statuette, portrait. 

PEPPER, W Architect. 

Fark Frospect, Westminster. 

1808. 951 Design for a monumental 

building in memory and 
honour of our four glorious 
Admirals — Howe, Duncan, 
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PEPPER, W Sculptor. 

Duke Street, Brighton, 

1846. 1441 Bust of Sir John Hare, F.G.S. 
1476 Bustof J. Cordy Burrows, Esq., 

surgeon, Brighton. 

1847. 1367 Bust in marble of Master Pil- 

cher. 

39, Western Road, Brighton, 
1854. 1447 Marble bust of James Golding, 
Esq. 

PEPPER, W., Junr Sculptor. 

W, Pepper, junr,, 

Clarence Street, Penzance, 

1851. 1297 Posthumous bust of Louis 

Phillipe Paul, godson of the 
late King of the French. 
39, Castle Street East, 

Oxford Street. 

1852. 1452 Plaster bust of a lady, to be 

executed in marble. 
39, Western Road, Brighton, 
1854. 1521 Medallion of the late Rev. 
F. W. Robertson, of Trinity 
Chapel, Brighton. 

W, Pepper, Brighton. 
1857. 1278 Portrait bust of an infant; 
marble. 

57, Wimpole Street 
1862. iioi Sir James Prior; marble. 
1868. 1 160 Henry Collinson, Esq. ; marble. 

PEPPERCORN, Arthur D. 

Painter. 

West Horsley, Leatherhead, 

1883. 1045 The stile. 

1884. 523 At Cobham, Surrey. 

1885. 958 The hayfield. 

1888. 334 The last of the hay. 
588 The Common. 

1889. 45» The lane. 

117$ In the meadows. 

1890. 283 Evening. 
289 The stream. 
692 The lake. 

189 1. 499 Evening. 
1894. 554 A grey day. 

PBRCIVAL, Miss Bessie (afterwards 

Mrs. Basil Johnson) Painter. 

Trinity College, Oxford. 
1885. 973 Wallflowers. 

The School House, Rugby, 
1889. 585 A water carrier. 
1 89 1. 165 An industrious Housewife. 
780 An old palace, Taormina. 
1420 Etna from Taormina. 
(See Mrs. Johnson, vol. iv, 
page 250.) 

VI. 



PERCIVAL, Walter Architect. 

65, Caroline Street, 

Longton, Staffordshire, 
1892. 1827 Design for timber spire. 



PERCY, Miss Amy Dora Painter. 

Woodseat, Sutton, Surrey, 
1884. 9^1 ^^ Stragnel, Cornwall. 



PERCY, Herbert S Painter. 

29, Avenue Road, 

Shepherds Bush. 
1900. 882 The top of the village. 



PERCY, J Architect. 

3, Newman Street, 
1793' ^35 Front of the Pantheon in Ox- 
ford Street. 

Blandford, Dorset. 
1795- 7^9 South front of Brianston House. 

PERCY, J. C Painter. 

13, Lamb^s Terrcue, 

North Hackney. 
1855. 739 On the Thames near Purfleet. 
1200 On the Thames near St Clem- 
ent's Reach. 



PERCY, J. F Sculptor. 

1828. 1058 Bacchus and Ariadne; orna- 
mental design. 

I, Vauxhall Bridge Road. 
1831. 1046 Medallic portrait of an artist 

7, Middlesex Place. 
1833. 1 199 Bust of a gentleman. 

1200 do. in wax of C. F. Schrader, 
Esq. 

16, Munster Street. 
1839. 1277 '^This is the house that Jack 
buUt." 



PERCY, S Sculptor. 

At Mr. Dodds, 

57, St. MartifCs Lane. 
1786. 256 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
26, Millman Row, 

Great Chelsea. 

1803. 1027 A frame containing the por- 

traits of the Hon. C. J. Fox, 
Rt. Hon. W. Pitt, Sir F. 
Burdett, Mr. Tooke, and the 
Earl of Stanhope. 

1804. 957 Portraits of the King, Prince of 

Wales, and the Duke of 
York. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PERCY, Sidney Richard Painter. 

(A member of the Williams family.) 

45, Fleet Street 

1842. 306 View near Henley-on-Thames. 
650 Market cart. 

I \^ Johnson St.^Euston Square, 

1843. 97 A shady lane, Kent. 

341 A lane in Holne Chase, South 

Devon. 
420 Brook in Devonshire. 

1844. 586 On the Webber, South Devon. 
1 188 Watering cattle. 

89, King St,, Camden Town. 

1845. 488 An old weir on the Thames. 
545 Lane in Kent — marking sheep. 
588 Twilight on the Dart, Devon — 

the moon rising. 
32, Castienau Villas^ Barnes, 

1846. 293 A pond near Byfleet, Surrey. 
349 View in Westmoreland — pass- 
ing shower. 

497 A lock on the Ouse. 
1 25 1 Midday, harvest time. 

1847. 321 A lane in Kent. 
435 A gipsy haunt. 

1848. 34 Showery weather. 

1264 In the Rippington meadows, 
Kent. 

1849. *^* On the hills, North Wales. 
450 Fern cutters— view in Knowle 

Park, Kent. 
1125 Cader Idris, North Wales. 

1850. 201 The Willow shade. 

301 A grey day on the Greta, York- 
shire. 
576 A limpid pool. 

1851. 205 Clearing the wood — ^a bright 

autumnal day. 
582 Furze cutters. 
728 Jack-fishing. 

1852. 344 Summer. 

131 1 The road across the common. 
1 314 A mill-stream. 

1853. II A rest on the road — summer 

noon. 
128 The banks of a river. 
1222 Llyny Ddinas, North Wales. 

1854. 81 Llyn Dulyn, North Wales. 
753 A mountain lake. 

1855. 1315 On the Lledr, North Wales. 

1856. 482 A weedy pool. 

1857. 1 149 Gathering fern on the Welsh 

hills. 
1 1 5 1 A woodland dell. 
Florence Villa, 

Wimbledon Park. 

1858. 902 Pleasant pasturage. 

1859. 86 Summer. 

938 Spring — an approaching 
shower. 



i860. 407 At Deepdene, near Dorking, 
Surrey. 

1 86 1. 496 A mountain stream, near Dol- 

gelly, North Wales. 

1862. 391 On Holmwood Common, Sur- 

rey. 
Hill House, Great Missenden, 

1863. 493 Llyn Cwm Dulyn, North 

Wales. 
608 A beech wood. 

1864. 411 Llyn-y-Ddinas, North Wales. 
421 On the Llugwy, North Wales. 

1865. 326 Cornfields near the coast. 
1867. 146 Angera, Maggiore. 

1869. 88 Glyn Nelsi, North Wales. 
207 A Welsh pastoral 

1870. 194 On the Brathay, Westmore- 

land. 
235 Easedale Tarn, near Grasmere, 
Westmoreland. 

187 1. 1034 Scuir-na-Gillean, Isle of Skye. 
1070 Rydal Water and Langdale 

Pikes from Scandale, West- 
moreland. 

1872. 622 Snowdon from y Foelberfedd. 
975 The Glaslyn, near Beddgelert, 

North Wales. 

Bickley Lodge, RedhilL 

1873. 606 Llyn Cwm Flynnon, North 

Wales. 

1874. 253 Loch Cornisk, Isle of Skye. 

1875. 1215 Lever's Waters, Coniston. 

"The rugged cradle of an 
infant stream." 

1877. 954 On the Mawddach Marshes, 

North Wales. 

1878. 486 Llanberis Pass, North Wales. 

1879. 956 Fording the Mawddach by 

moonlight. 

Woodseat, Sutton, 
1 88 1. 305 "The bonnie moor with 
bracken clad." 
317 A babbling brook in Ochmore. 

1883. 162 Loch Scavaig, Isle of Skye. 

"Luna kissed the heights, 
etc." 
281 High tide at Kynance, Corn- 
wall. 

1884. 413 Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye. 
896 The coast at Hartland, North 

Devon. 

1885. 1138 The Artro at Gwynfryn, North 

Wales. 
(The late.) 

1886. 387 Llyn Idwal, North Wales. 

PERCY, Thomas Architect, 

42, Cleveland Street. 
1829. 1042 Elevation of a Grecian Ionic 
church. 



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1830. 1028 Design for a church, 

1832. 971 do. do. 

1833. 887 Perspective view of the Par- 

thenon, etc. 

10, Buckingham Street 

1 834. 9 1 2 View of the church of St Crossj 

near Winchester. 

PERCY, William Painter. 

6, Booth Street^ MamhesUr, 
1854. 1343 Portraits. 

3, South King St.^ Manchtsttr, 
1868. 441 J. Eglin, Esq. 
1870. 955 G. C. Baskett, Esq. 

1873. 7*4 On the moors at Hareden, 

near Whitewell. 
1305 Joshua Walker, Esq. 

1874. 118 F. T. Philippe, Esq. 
349 W. P. Sharpe, Esq, 

1875. *79 ^''s- C. Rowley. 
604 Clement Boyds, Esq. 

1876. 275 C. Sparrow, Esq. 

1258 Edwin Waugh, the Lancashire 
poet. 

Hogarth Ciuk 

1877. 1344 H. Compton, Esq. 

1878. 74 — Phillippi, Esq. 

815 Master Charles Tiller. 

1879. 886 Edith Agatha Jaques. 

PERCY-ROBERTSON. See R. 

PERDRAU, Mdllc Painter. 

34, Rue Cusset/e^ Faris. 
1839. 908 La Pri^re. 

PERED A, Raimondo Sculptor. 

3, Via Montebeih. 

1880. 1626 The orphans; group, marble. 

PERIGAL, Arthur Painter, 

20, Artiiiery Pia£€. 

18 10. 138 Mr. Kilner. 

370 Queen KLatherine delivering to 

Capucius her farewell letter 

to Henry the Eighth, — King 

Henry VHI^ act jv, scene 2^ 

44, Rathbone Ptace. 

181 1. 32 Aridseus and Eurydice. **Arid- 

seus, King of Macedon, the 
brother and successor of 
Alexander the Great, being, 
with his Queen Eurydice, 
thrown into a dungeon by 
Olympias, was soon after 
murdered by her command. 
Olympias then seat messen- 



gers to the queen, furnished 
with a poignard, a rope, and 
a cup of poison, desiring her 
to choose which she pleased. 
They found her binding up 
the wounds of her bleeding 
spouse with linen, which she 
had torn from her own body, 
and paying all that decent 
and solemn respect to the 
lifeless corpse which became 
her deplorable situation. 
She received the message 
with the greatest comfK>sure, 
and after entreating the gods 
that Olympias might be re- 
warded with the like pre- 
sents, she took the rope and 
strangled herself."— G&id- 
smith, 

t8i2, 360 Themistocles taking refuge at 
the court of Admetus, King 
of the Molossi. Vide Plu^ 
tarch, etc. 
The picture obtained the gold 
medal at the Royal Aca- 
demy, 181 1, 

85, Newman Street. 

18 1 3. 177 The mother's last embrace of 
her infant Moses, previous 
to her placing him in the 
ark. 

i8i6p 196 Masters M. and H. Hunt 

344 The mother's last embrace of 
her infant Moses, previous 
to placing him in the ark. 

1817. 368 Mr Sheriff Kirby. 

Sheep Street^ Northampton. 

^%^\, 499 Going to Market: scene at 
Li ttl e H ough ton, near N o rth - 
ampton. 



Arthur, RS.A. ... Painter, 
7, Oxford Terrace^ Edinburgh, 
Colmslie Castle, the supposed 
residence of Sir H albert 
Glendenning. J^/ifr" Monas- 
tery." 
On Loch Linnhe, Appin. 
Glendeary. {See Monastery,) 
Shipwreck on the rocks at Elie, 

Fifes hi re. 
Glen Lednoch, Perthshire, 
Dunderan, Locli Fyne. 
In the avenue at Inverary. , 
Arran, from the Cumbrse. ,^ 
Morning in Glen Nevis* 
Bonavic Wm 
The 



PEHIGAL, 


1861. 


m 


i86d. 


S79 


1865- 


136 


t866. 


66 


1867. 
1869. 
1871. 
1874. 
1876. 


340 

IQ 




io8 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PERIGNON, Alexis Painter. 

Perignon^ Paris, 
1 84 1. 215 G. Guynemere, Esq. 

PBRKIN, Miss Isabell L. ... Painter. 
Endgate^ Tiverton. 

1892. 881 Roses. 

1893. 913 Chrysanthemums. 

1894. 309 Silver and Gold. 

PERKIN, Joseph C Architect. 

S, Union Court, E.C. 
1900. 1683 Cottage near Stratford-on- 

Avon. 
{See also Cheston and Pbrkin, vol. ii, 
page 53-) 

PBRKIN and BULMER... Architects. 

Calverley Chambers, Leeds, 
1881. 1024 Pontefract Town Hall. 

1903. 1500 Shipton Court, Oxon. 

Central Bank, Chambers, 

Leeds, 

1904. 1565 Shipton Court, Oxon; interior. 

PERKINS, Arthur E Architect. 

Gloucester Villa, East Finchley, 

1889. 1982 Clock Tower — Monnickendam, 

Holland. 

1890. 1757 Bay window, from Deanery, 

Wells. 
1798 The meat market — Ypres, Bel- 
gium. 

49, Lincoln Road, Finchley. 
1892. 1705 The Vleeschhal, Haarlem. 

Shanklin Villa, Eastern Road, 
Ecut Finchley. 

1895. "448 Design for an organ case. 

PERKINS, Charles P. 

Miniature Painter. 
10, Brunswick Terrace, 

Camberwell. 
1874. 1313 Dr. Powell, M.D. 
1876. 1211 Miniature of a lady. 

17, Park Terrace, StockwelL 

1878. 1264 Mrs. Perkins. 

1289 Enamel of old painting. 

1879. 1346 Mrs. A. J. Powell. 

1880. 1390 A portrait. 

1 88 1. 1 301 Miss Mary Rorke. 

83, Elm Grove, Brighton. 
1887. 1341 Portrait of a lady. 

PERKINS, George Painter. 

2 1, Kennedy Street, Manchester. 
1885. 1366 The morning after the storm. 



PERKS, Sydney Architect. 

13, Waterloo Place, S. W. 

1897. 1817 House near Banstead. 

5, Crown Court, Cheapside. 
1899. i8ia St Mary's Rooms, Putney. 
1 816 Free Library, Putney. 

1902. 1443 Premises at Croydon. 

1903. 1505 Residence, Hampshire. 
1 5*4 Flats, Tufnell Park. 
1536 House at Wimbledon. 

PERM AN, Miss Louise B... Painter. 
131, West Regent Street, 

Glasgow. 
1899. 177 "A sweet white rose upon an 
alien bed." 

1903. 26 York and Lancaster. 

1904. 97 Roses. 

PERMAN, W. A Painter. 

W. Perman, Greenwich. 

1836. 464 Flowers. 

W. A, Permany 

Shoe Lane, E.C. 

1837. 664 Group of Flowers. 

PERNA, Charles Painter. 

Post Office, Young Street, 

Kensington. 
1896. 856 June in Palermo. 

869 October in Palermo. 
Post Office, 

Exhibition Road, S. W. 
1 897' 53 The Garignano and the old 
pier in Genoa. 
1002 Vittorio - Emanuele Street, 
Palermo. 

1898. 856 Pellegrino mountain and the 

pier, Palermo. 

PERNOTIN, B Painter. 

8, Queen St., Dean St., Soho. 
1786. 50 Scene from Cecilia. 
7» do. do. 

74 Rogero and Marphisa nour- 
ished by a lioness. From 
Orlando Furioso, by Ariosto. 
88 Clorinda suckled by a tigress. 
From Gierusaleme Libexata, 
of Tasso. 
92 Scene from Cecilia. 
185 Portrait of a lady. 
578 The Magician caressiiig the 
lioness which was giving 
suck to Roger and Mar- 
phisa, near Galaciella, their 
mother dying bringing them 
into the world 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



109 



1786. 601 A drawing from Daphnis and 
Chloe; Greek poem by 
Longiis. 
6o2 do. do. 

I, North Street^ Knighisbridge. 
1797. 173 Boys pushing a dog into the 
water. 
184 An Infant Bacchant sucking 
out of an Amphora. 

PBROTTI, Angelica, 

Crayon Painter. 
A. Perrotiy 

at Mrs, Gambarin^s^ 

in Poland Street. 
1772. 193 A portrait of a lady; in crayons. 

194 do. do. with a cat; 
in crayons. 

195 A portrait of a gentleman; in 

crayons. 
A. Perotti, 

Woodstock Street^ three 
doors from Oxford Street, 
1775. 219 A conversation. 

220 Portrait of a lady; wholelength, 

crayons. 

221 do. do. do. 

PBROTTI, Pietro Painter. 

Woodstock Street^ three 

doors from Oxford Street, 
1 775* ^^^ A triumph; chiaro oscuro. 
223 A sacrifice; do. 

PERRACHB,J. T. 

Miniature Painter. 
9, Litchfield Street^ Soho, 

1784. 251 A frame with seven portraits in 

enamel. 

1785. 283 Seven miniatures in a frame. 

PBRRAULT, Leon Bazile... Painter. 
15, Bridge Road^ 

StJohfCs Wood. 
187 1. 229 Cache-cache (Bo-peep). 

PBRRIBR, B. Sanchez-. See S. 

PBRRIN, Alfred Feyen Painter. 

Bryn Gwylan^ Conway, 
1891. 1388 The village stream, near Glan 
Conway — midsummer. 

PERRIN, MisB Ida S, .,. Painter. 

67, Braadhurst Gardens^ 

Harnpstead, 
]883. 1640 Mrs* Btnney. 
tS^i^ 916 Hay-time. 



PBRRIN, John W. Ross. 

Miniature Painter. 
John W, Perriny 

31, Grosvenor Street^ 

Camberwell, 

1884. 1476 Study. 

151 1 An elder-flower. 

1885. 1575 Madame de Vincent. 

1886. 44 Mercedes. 
1388 Auntie. 

1887. 1392 A study. 

1402 Portrait of a gentleman. 
Ross Perrin^ 

S8a, Harold Street^ 

Camberwell, 
1 89 1. 1084 A study. 

no, Coldharbour Lane, 
1893. 1242 Portrait of a lady. 

PBRRIN, Miss Mary Painter. 

Fortfield House^ 

Terenure^ Co, Dublin, 

1897. 1358 Angiola giovanissima. 

1898. n54 "Hark! now I hear them ! ' — 

Tempest. 
1 90 1. 1216 The prefect's daughter. 
1903. 948 The fatal mantle. 

PBRRING, W Painter. 

^, Belgrade Place, Walworth, 
185a. 988 Portrait of the artist. 
1853. 942 do. a lady. 

973 Master James Perring. 

PBRROW. See Salter and Perrow. 

PBRRY, Alfred Painter. 

39, Spencer Street, 

Portman Square, 
1847. 9^' Arundel Castle, Sussex, the 
seat of the Duke of Nor- 
folk. 
14, ^PP^f North Place, 

Guildford Street, 

1852. 630 The Village Common. 

13, Wilmott Colleges, 

Camden Town, 

1853. 1034 Noon. ^^All how silent and 

how still."— C/a/r. 

1854. 779 A study of calves from nature. 

35, Holford Square, 

1857. 34 Kingstown. 
4$ Holdfast. 

112 Hard work and poor fare. 

14, Great Percy Street, 

Pentonville, 

1858. 612 Roman pack horses. 
634 The lonely hearth. 
789 A true Briton. 



no 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Perry, Alfred — continued. 

2, Canterbury Roady Croydon, 

1859. 1018 ASummer's noon in the Roman 

Campagna. 

1035 In the ruins of the villa of the 

Emperor Commodus near 

Rome. 

87, Thornton Heathy Surrey. 
i860. 751 A Summer holiday. 

2, Camden Terrace, N. W. 
1861. 75» Shoeing a draught bullock at 
Rome. 
786 In the Campagna near Rome. 
18, Arthur Street, 

Kentish Town. 
1864. 636 Roman peasants returning from 
market. 
645 A Midsummer holiday. 

18, Healey St., Kentish Town. 

1866. 651 Richborough Castle from the 

Sandwich Marshes; Rams- 
gate in the distance. 
2, Chatham Road, Croydon. 

1867. 710 The scanty meal. 

734 The Village Common. 

2, Branley Terrace, Croydon. 

1869. 683 Roman Pozzolana carriers; 

Monte Gennaro in the dis- 
tance. 
2, Albert Villas, Shootet^s Hill. 

1870. 567 IntheMinster marshes; Rams- 

gate and Pegwell Bay in the 
distance. 
633 A midsummer's holiday. 
656 Neapolitan fishing-boat run- 
ning in for Naples; Ischia 
and Procida in the distance. 
6, Shrewsbury Villa, 

Plumstead. 

1872. 769 A midsummer's holiday. 

1873. 731 In the Marshes near Rich- 

borough, near Sandwich. 

1874. 864 Spring. 

1876. 834 "An ill turn is soon done." 

1877. 798 On the river wall at Rich- 

borough, near Sandwich ; 
the Isle of Thanet in the 
distance. 

1878. 761 Roman pack horses baiting, 

etc. 

PERRY, Miss Alice B Painter. 

1 1, Brandenburg Road, 

Gunnersbury. 
1890. 1408 " In meadows green and lush." 

PERRY, H Painter. 

23, Welbech Street. 
1 8 10. 847 View of St. Martin's church 
from the King's Mews. 



181 7. 600 Cottage on Millbank. 

43, Broad Street, 

Golden Square. 

1818. 883 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1819. 632 Mr. J. Perry, artist. 
848 View in Devonshire. 

II, Blenheim Street. 

1820. $69 North entrance into the Bur- 

lington Arcade. 

1 82 1. 640 Portrait of a young lady. 

7, Hanover Street. 
1825. 7»o Huntley Castle, North Britain. 

PERRY, John Painter. 

100, St. Martinis Lane. 
1 791. 268 Portrait of an Author. 

63, New Compton Street, Soho. 
1809. 401 The gloveress. 

PERRY, J. C Painter. 

39, Spencer Street, 

Northampton Square. 

1835. ^94 Landscape and cattle, sketched 

from nature. 
896 Sketch from nature. 

1836. 276 do. do. 

1837. 159 A homeward bound Indiaman 

arriving in the Downs. 
306 View at Westbourn Green. 
344 A sketch; composition. 

1839. 383 Sketch from nature near Bat- 

tersea. 

1840. 249 Bickley Bridge, near Plymouth, 

Devon. 

1 84 1. 995 Composition. 
1843. 121 Sketch from nature. 



PERRY, John Tavenor ... Architect. 
^,/ohn Street, Adelphi. 

1879. 1170 Porch, Rochester Cathedral 

Grammar School. 

1880. 1 169 Slade Schools, University Col- 

lege, London. 

25, Tlie Grove, Boltons. 

1890. 1812 The Savelli Tomb in Ara Coeli, 

Rome. 

9, John Street, Adelphi, 

1 89 1. 1899 Chimney piece, Hotel, Salisbury 

Estate, etc. 
1907 Indian room. Hotel, Salisbury 
Estate, etc. 

PERRY G- T.) and REED. 

Architects. 
%John Street. 
1890. 1 78 1 Hotel on Thames Embank- 
ment. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



III 



PERR1 


iy Will Painter. 


1881. 


35 The loom. 




694, Fulham Road. 


1882. 


78 " Dolce far niente.** 


1902. 


960 Climping, near Littlehampton, 




1496 Mrs. Alfred W. Dunn. 




Sussex. 


1883. 


434 Nerina. 


1904. 


964 The despatch bearer. 




1510 Mrs. Harry W. Rooke. 






1884. 


15 Idle Moments. *-Thy glass 


PERTZ, Miss Anna J Painter. 




will show thee how thy 




9, Cornwall Gardens, 




beauties wear, etc." 


1884. 


201 Still life; olives. 




891 " La donna fe mobile." 




233 Miss Anne Cobden. 


1885. 


361 "Cup and ball." 




67, EarPs Court Road, 


1886. 


384 Asleep. 


1885. 


606 The slave girl. 




697 " Tempora mutantur." 




653 Miss MacMurdo. 




863 A study. 




96, ViaJe Petrarca^ Florence, 


1887. 


138 Peonies. 


1886. 


754 After the tarantella. 




443 Crossing a torrent. 


1887. 


1033 La Contadina. 




1513 Study in chalk. 




5, Harvey Road, Cambridge. 


1888. 


393 A summer shower. 


1889. 


583 Still life. 


1889. 


189 Corona. 


1897. 


157 The Shrine. 


1890. 


(>y First words of love. 

38^1, Victoria Road. 


PERUGINI, Charles Edward. 


1891. 


423 The ramparts, Walmer Castle; 




Painter. 




portraits of the Countess 




13, Sutherland Terrace, 




Granville and the Ladies 


1863. 


483 "Then she stretched out her 




Victoria and Mary Leveson- 




arms and cried aloud, ' Oh, 




Gower. 




Arthur ! ' ''—Tennyson, 


1892. 


592 La Superba. 


1864. 


591 Tranquility. 


1893. 


262 Pandora. 


1865. 


176 Lavandaje. 


1894. 


62 "The worid forgetting." 


1866. 


151 " Chi va piano va sano." 


1895. 


117 Flower worship. 


1868. 


330 "I know a maiden fair to see, 


1896. 


490 " But, oh, the touch of a 




take care." 




vanished hand, etc." 




344 Daphne. 


1897. 


559 A fan-maker. 




432 Gold fish. 


1898. 


355 Weary waiting, etc. 


1869. 


34 Civetta, 




434 Idleness. 




482 Cherries. 


1899. 


324 A fair Italian. 


1870. 


88 Blonde en brun. 


1900. 


91 A willing slave. 




245 Pompeian interior. 


1901. 


366 Ephemeral joy. 




604 Dozing. 


1902. 


355 The green lizard. 




1026 Mimoza Pudica. " Touch.** 




404 Treasures. 




114, Warwick Street. 


1903. 


252 Faith. 


1872. 


82 A portrait 




378 Silken tresses. 




480 Playing at work. 


1904. 


10 " Curly locks, curly locks, wilt 


1873- 


48 A pair of friends. 




thou be mine? etc." 




912 Between school hours. 




314 A dreamer. 


1874. 


13 A cup of tea. 








961 A labour of love. 


PERUGINI, Mrs. C. E. (formerly 


1875- 


57 "Tell him!" 


Miss Kate Dickens and Mrs. Charles 




352 Gardening. 


Collins) Painter. 




418 A portrait. 




141, Warwick Street 


1876. 


25 The rivals. 


1877. 


134 An impartial audience. 




558 Choosing a nosegay. 


1878. 


371 A competitive examination. 




95* The musician. 




414 In for a scrape. 


1877. 


8 Finishing touches. 


1879. 


34 A little woman. 




141 The hop-picker. 


1880. 


231 Multiplication. 


1878. 


96 Girl reading. 


1881. 


245 Little "^eVL. — Old Curiosity 




640 Roses and butterflies. 




Shop. 




1304 Quoits — evening. 


1882. 


482 The doll's dressmaker.— 0»r 


1879. 


97 Fresh lavender. 




Mutual Friend, 


1880. 


150 A siesta. 


1883. 


68 B^belle. 




1475 " Dead leaves." 




80 Effie. 



112 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Perugini, Mrs. C. E. — continued. 

1884. 630 The "tick-tick." 
703 Little Red Cap. 

1885. 166 Mollie's ball dress. 

1886. II Katie, daughter of George 

Lewis, Esq. 
326 "All for her." 

1887. 428 Peggy and Kitty Hammond. 

1888. 793 An American apple. 

933 Hilda, daughter of Colonel 
Euan Smith, C.S.I. 

1889. 994 Blackberries. 

38a, Victoria Road, 

1891. 413 A flower merchant. 

1892. 814 Little Helen Henschell. 
841 Flossie. 

1893. 23 Brother and sister. "*Oh,Floy,' 

cried her brother, * how I 
love you! how I love you, 
Floy!' *And I you, dear.' 
'Oh, I am sure of that, 
Floy.' "—Dombey and Son, 
843 Dora, daughter of Anderson 
Critchett, Esq., F.R.C.S. 

1894. 489 C. £. Perugini, Esq. 
687 Past and present. 

1895. 55 Butterflies. 

1896. 823 An idle girl. 

1897. 490 Sympathy. 

1899. 701 The sister of the bride. 

1900. 184 A fl)dng visit. 

1 90 1. 246 A May Queen. 

1902. 257 A kingdom by the sea. 

1903. 615 Some spring flowers. 

1904. 773 Master Derek Elliot Wood. 

PESBNTI, D Painter, 

c/o C, Longhi^ 

27, New Broad Street, 
1882. 84 Intemo di Casa. 

PBSSINA, G. D Painter. 

1^1^ Jertnyn Street, 
1848. 411 Commodore Sir Gordon Bre- 
mer, K.C.B., etc. 
G, Pessina^ 4, Onslow Terrace, 

1865. 98 Visit of Cardinal Pozzobonelli 

to the abbey of Chiaravalle, 
Lombardy, in 1750. 

53, Brompton Crescent, 

1866. 266 An afternoon in the interior 

of the cathedral of Milan. 

PETERS, Clinton Painter. 

10, Rtu Lecourbe^ Paris, 
1894. 591 Dr. J. J. Bull. 

PETERS, Miss ... Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1780. 266 Portrait of a lady. 



PETERS, Rev. Matthew William, 

R,A Painter. 

Welbeck Strut. 

1769. 88 A portrait of a lady. (Duchess 

of Ancaster^ too faint. — Wal- 
pole.) 

1770. 143 A girl making lace. 

1 77 1. 153 A portrait of a gentleman. 

(Imitation of Reynolds. — 
Walpole.) 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

At Venice, 
1 773« »»3 Two portraits in crayons; three- 
quarters. 

Veniu, 

1774. 208 A portrait of a lady; in crayons. 

Great Newport Street. 

(Just returned from Rome. — 

Walpole.) 

1776. 222 Mr. Wortley Montague in his 

dress as an Arabian prince. 

223 Portrait of a gentleman. 

224 A young lady; in crayons. 

225 A lady in an undress; in 

crayons. 

226 A Venetian lady; in crayons. 

1777. 270 A woman in bed. 

271 Portrait of a gentleman in a 

masquerade dress. 

272 A country girl. 

273 St. John. 

Albemarle Street. 

1778. 231 Sir John Fielding, as chairman 

of the quarter sessions for the 
City of Westminster. (An ex- 
cellent portrait, — Walpole. ) 

232 Portrait of a young nobleman. 

233 do. lady; in crayons. 

234 do. gentleman. 

234 do. do. (Colonel 

Rainsford. — Walpole. ) 
(Elected R.A.) 
1780. 67 Portraits of a nobleman and 
his family. (Lord Courteney^ 
with group of children,) 
302 View of Liverpool. 

Rev, William Peters, R,A., 
of Exeter College, Oxford, 
1782. 31 An angel carrying the spirit of 
a child to Paradise. "Of 
such is the Kingdom of 
God." — St, Luke, xviii, 10. 
1785. 30 The fortune teller. 

70 A nobleman, whole length, 
grand master of masons, for 
Free Masons' Hall. (Duke 
of Manchester,) 
87 A nobleman, grand master of 
masons, for Free Masons' 
Hall. (LordPetre.) 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



113 



PETERS, William Painter. 


1796. 


2s8 Moonlight 




Durham House^ 




345 St. Alban's abbey. 




Highbury New Park, 


1797. 


30 Moonlight 


1895. 


795 Running the gauntlet. 




38 Landscape and cattle. 




II, Avonmore Mansion^ 




SI Moonlight 




Avonmore Roady W, 




100 A rainbow. 


1897. 


473 A bouquet. 




108 Moonlight and fire. 
180 Afternoon — with cattle. 


PETHER, Abraham Painter. 




294 Evening — with cottages. 




16, Portland Street, 




363 do. and ruins. 




Oxford Street. 




584 Afternoon — an inclosed scene. 


1784. 


59 A Moonlight 




610 Morning — early. 




77 A retired scene. 




694 Morning. 




213 Landscape. 


1799. 


93 A moonlight — with a waterfall. 




330 A romantic scene. 




I2S An afternoon scene in summer. 




30, Litchfield Street. 




8, Bridge Row, 


1788. 


66 Mount Vesuvius. 




near Ranelagh, Chelsea. 




75 Moonlight. 


1801. 


13 Moonlight — view firom nature. 




246 View in Kensington Gardens. 


1805. 


208 A watermill by moonlight, 




422 View near Stroud in Sussex. 




Sussex. 




4»8 do. Horsham in Sussex. 




At Mr. Caulton\ 




434 Landscape composition. 




10, Patinan Place, 


1789. 


29 do. — evening. 




Paddington. 




3S do. composition. 


1810. 


49 View in Hampshire — moon- 




71 View on Horsham Common. 




light. 




7a Ship on fire in a gale of wind — 




73 View near Northam, Hamp- 




a night scene. 




shire — summer evening sun- 




231 Moonlight 




set. 


1792. 


i«o South view of Havering Bower, 


1811. 


43 An eruption of Mount Vesuvius 




Essex. 




as seen in 1802. 




206 North view of Havering Bower, 




230 A Moonlight scene in Hamp- 




Essex. 




shire. 




2, Milltnan Row, 








Great Chelsea. 


PBTHBR, A., Junr Painter. 


1793- 


31 Sunset. 




At Mr. WiWs, 




149 Morning. 




Charing Cross, or 




155 Sunset. 




Southampton. 




116 Moonlight. 


1810. 


29 Southampton; Seaport by 


1794. 


IS Evening. 




moonlight. 




35 Landscape and cattle. 




4, Chapel Place, Paddington. 




46 Morning, with a view of Kirk- 


1811. 


59 The eruption of Mount Vesu- 




stall Abbey in Yorkshire. 




vius which happened Feb- 




60 A volcano. 




ruary 14th, 1806. 




96 Ruins — simset. 




157 View near Southampton- 




276 A snow piece. 




moonlight. 




290 Evening. 








303 do. — a scene from nature. 


PETHER, Henry Painter. 


1795- 


117 The harvest moon. 




I, Surrey Grove, 




250 Moonlight. 




Surrey Square. 




286 Landscape. 


1828. 


512 Calshott Castle, low water- 




299 do. 




moonlight. 




300 Moonlight and ruins. 


1834. 


384 Chichester Cross. 


1796. 


12 Effect of the sun just before a 




29, Park Street, Camden Town. 




shower. 


1837. 


113 Scene on the Med way — ^moon- 




39 A View in Cumberland. 




Ught. 




S3 Morning — ^just before sunrise. 




6, Trigon Road, 




IS4 An iron foundry by moonlight. 




Clapham Road. 




229 Evening — with a cornfield from 


1854. 


1364 Greenwich Reach — moonlight. 




nature. 


1855- 


97 Interior of Tintem Abbey — 




244 Remains of an abbey. 




moonlight. 



VI. 



114 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pether, Henry— continued. 

1856. 304 Temple Gardens — moonlight. 
1862. 299 St. Giorgio di Greco, Venice — 
moonlight. 

PETHER, Sebastian Painter. 

1 2, Crawfurd Street^ 

Baker Street. 
181 2. 194 View near Lymington in the 
New Forest, Hampshire. 
8, Nottingham Street^ 

Neiv Road. 
1814. 335 View from Chelsea Bridge of 
the destruction of the late 
Drury Lane Theatre. 

8, Gerrard Street^ Soho. 
1 8 1 7. 411 View in the New Forest, Hants. 
I, Vauxhall Road^ Milbank. 
1826. 374 Destruction of a city by a vol- 
cano, painted for the Royal 
Manchester Institution. The 
subject of the picture is taken 
from the celebrated letter of 
Pliny to Cornelius Tacitus, 
in which the first known 
great eruption of Vesuvius 
is recorded. 
1826. 4S2 A Caravan passing the desert, 
overtaken by a sand storm. 
Painted for Sir John F. 
Leicester, Bart. *' Beneath 
descending hills the caravan 
Is buried deep. — Thomson. 

PETHBR, Rev. Thomas ... Sculptor. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1782. 358 Portrait of a lady; model. 

PETHER, William. 

Miniature Painter. 
\2, Frith Street, Soho. 

1 781. 277 Portrait of a lady. 
347 do. do. 

1782. 313 Frame with portraits. 
323 Portrait of a lady. 

1783. 327 do. gentleman. 

32, Oxendon Street. 
1 789. 348 Portrait of a young lady of the 
Isle of Cyprus. 
148, StoaneSt.y Knightsbridge, 
1793- 455 A portrait. 
1794* 254 Portrait of a gentleman. 

255 do. do. 

(This artist is better known as a mezzo- 
tint engraver^ 

PBTHERICK, Horace W. ...Painter. 
Maple Lodge, Addiscombe. 
1877. 1044 Happy Hours. 
1 89 1. 881 Caught at last. 



Maple Lodge, 

25, Havelock Road, 

Croydon. 
1901. 397 The invasion of Britain by the 
Romans. 

PBTHYBRIDGE, J. Ley ... Painter. 
Manaton, Launcestan. 
1889. 1011 Spring. 

1893. 300 Fish-washing. 

PETITJBAN, Pransois ... Engraver. 
121, Duk^s Road, Chiswick. 

1894. 1380 ATabreuvoir. After W. Pargon. 

PETO, Morton K Painter. 

Eastcote House, Pinner. 
1 88 1. 99 A half holiday at the Dutch 
Skippers. 

PETO, Sir Samuel Morton. 

Architect. 
S. M. Peto, 

York Road, 

Westminster Bridge. 
1830. 1124 Western elevation of a church. 

PETO. See George and Peto, vol. iii, 
pages 224, 225. 

PETRIB, George, ^.^.^. ... Painter. 
5, Essex Quay, Dublin. 
18 1 8. 546 Glen Malur, County of Wick- 
low, Ireland. 

PETRIE, S. Graham Painter. 

52, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 
1893. 911 An orchard. 

49, Roland Gardens, W. 
1898. 1227 Rome, from the garden of the 

Palazzo Corsini. 
1900. 432 Bellagio, from Cadenabbia. 

1902. 578 On the Grand Canal, Venice. 
1005 Vegetable stalls, Venice. 

1903. 968 Titian's Canal, Venice. 

103 1 A courtyard in the Giudecca, 

Venice. 
1040 Azzalo, near Tremezzo, Lake 

Como. 

PETTAFOR, Charles R Painter. 

C. Pitta/or. 

9, Taunton Villa, Lee. 

1870. 238 On the Arun, near Arundel. 

C. Pettafor, 

Kent College, Blackheath. 

1 87 1. 251 A sunny morning on the East 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



115 



Eisie Bank^ Eltham. 
1874. 7'5 Amberley, Sussex. 

1 886. 367 Barmouth Quay. 

1887. 141 On the Tees, near Barnard 

Castle. 
97a Fishing boats leaving harbour; 

Polperro, Cornwall. 
1 193 Near Barmouth, North Wales 
— Sunshine after rain. 

1888. 948 The ferry. 

1889. 1018 An accidental meeting. 

1890. 568 A back canal, Venice. 

1891. 941 A corte in St. Pietro, Venice. 
1893- 390 The Cobb from the Walk, 

Lyme Regis. 
1894. 167 After an April shower. 

1896. 930 "Now Morning from her Orient 

chamber came." 
1099 Near Great Torrington, North 
Devon. 

1897. 515 The sweet of the year. 
608 A pastoral 

1900. 998 Autumn Sunrise, Connemara. 



PETTAPOR, Miss Mabel M. 

Miniature Painter. 
32, Park Road^ Sauthborough^ 
Tunbridge Wells. 
1903. laio Marian Routh. 



PBTTIB, John, ^.^ Painter. 

56, India Street^ Edinburgh. 
i860. 359 The armourers. 

1861. 537 What d'ye lack, madam? What 

d'ye lack? 

1862. 88 The Sub-prior and Edward 

Glendenning. "*Father,'said 
the youth, kneeling down to 
him, ' my sin and my shame 
shall be told to thee. 

"*I heard of his death, his 
bloody, his violent death, 
and I rejoiced. I heard of his 
unexpected restoration, and 
I sorrowed.' " — Monastery, 
62, Stanley Street^ Pimlico, 

1863. 452 The trio. "I dare well swere 

Y-couthe ther craft full par- 
fitly."— CAai/^r. 

37, Htzray Square. 

1864. 169 The tonsure. 

471 George Fox refusing to take 
the oath at Houlker Hall, 
A.D. 1663. 
1S65. 192 A drum-head court martial. 
37, Gloucester Road^ 

Regent's Park. 
1866. 179 An arrest for witchcraft. 



1867. 
1868. 



1869. 



(Elected A.R.A.) 
25 The doctor. 
322 Treason. 
31 Pax Vobiscum. 
331 Tussle with a Highland Smug- 
gler. 
484 Weary with present cares and 

memories sad. 
130 The disgrace of Cardinal Wol- 
sey. 

" What 's this— /^ the Pope! 
The letter, as I live, with all 

the business 
I writ to his Holiness. Nay 

then farewell! 
I have touched the highest 
point of all my greatness 
And from that full meridian 

of my glory 
I haste now to my setting. 

I shaU faU 
Like a bright exhalation in 

the evening. 
And no man see me more. 



1870. 



1871. 



1872. 



1873. 
1874. 



Nor. So fare you well, my 
little good Lord Car- 
dinal." 

444 The gambler's victim. 

17, St.Johtis Wood Road. 

180 A sally. 

412 "Tis blythe Mayday." 

909 Touchstone and Audrey. "And 
how, Audrey? Am I the man 
yet? Doth my simple feature 
content you?" — As You Like 
It. 
21, St. John's Wood Road. 

179 The Pedlar. 

190 John McWhirter, Esq. 

256 The love song. 

501 Scene in the Temple Garden. 
^^ Plantagenet. If he supposes 
that I have pleaded truth, 
etc." Plantagenet, Somerset 
and Warwick. — Henry VI. 
Part I, scene 4. 

137 The gipsy's oak. 

268 Terms to the besieged. 

625 George Borwick Robertson. 
F.C.S. 

627 Silvius and Phebe. "Sweet 
Phebe, do not scorn me, 
etc."— ^i You Like It. 
5 "Sanctuary." 

316 Midnight watch. 

401 The flag of truce. 
(Elected R.A.) 

132 Juliet and Friar Lawrence. 

223 A State Secret. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pcttic, John, R.A. — continued, 

1874. 1362 Ho! ho! ho! 

1875. 223 Scene in Hal of the Wynd's 

smithy. " * Hark you,' said 
Henry: *you seem a good 
fellow, and 111 tell you the 
truth. Your master has 
wronged me, and I give 
him this harness freely for 
the chance of fighting him 
myself,' etc." — Fair Maid 
of Perth. 

318 Portrait in the costume of the 
sixteenth century. {Mr. 
Boughion,) 

565 Portrait in the costume of the 

seventeenth century. 
1217 Jacobites, 1 745. Diplopia Work, 

1876. 15 The RightRev. William Bernard 

Ullathome, D.D., O.S.B., 
Bishop of Birmingham. 

259 The threat. 

433 The step. 

886 Portrait in costume of the 
seventeenth century. 

1877. 28 Hunted down. 

96 A Knight of the seventeenth 
century. 

203 A sword and dagger fight. 

272 A lady of the seventeenth cen- 
tury. 

1878. 46 The hour. 

164 Colin Hunter, Esq. 
171 A member of the Long Parlia- 
ment. 

204 S. Taylor-Whitehead, Esq. 
614 Rob Roy. 

1315 The Laird. 

1879. 220 The death warrant. 
609 Alexander Watt, Esq. 
614 Alexander Strahan, Esq. 

139* Portrait, in costume of the 
fifteenth century. 

1880. 122 Mrs. Dominick Gregg and 

children. 
184 Before the battle. 
249 His Grace. 
289 Mrs. Edward Fox White. 

1881. 112 ** Her Grace." 

186 Trout fishing in the Highlands. 
524 John Ballantyne, Esq., R.S.A., 

late Captain, commanding 

E.A.V. 
S37 Before his peers. 

1882. 18 " He talked with him of Cain." 

— Dream of Eugene Aram. 
30 The Duke of Monmouth's in- 
terview with James II. " To 
see him and not to spare 
him was an outrage on hu- 



1882. 252 



1883. 



5» 



261 

341 

471 

1884. 138 

307 
359 



410 



1885. 185 

»39 
692 
812 

86S 



1886. 


1077 

20 




72 




97 
189 


1887. 


413 

1046 

81 



manity and decency. This 
outrage the King resolved 
to commit. The arms of the 
prisoner were bound behind 
him with a silken cord; 
and thus secured, he was 
ushered into the presence 
of the implacable kinsman 
whom he had wronged. 
Then Monmouth threw him- 
self on the ground and 
crawled to the King's feet, 
etc." — Lord Macaul<xy. 

The Palmer. 

The Lothians, 

Fitzjohfis Avenue. 

A Queen's Scholar, Westmin- 
ster. 

" Dost know this waterfly ? " 

The ransom. 

The jester's merry thought. 

Charles Winn, Esq. 

A " Reductio ad absurdum." 

The Vigil. Purchased far 
the Chantrey Bequest for 

;^I,000. 

Site of an early Christian altar. 
"The method adopted in 
fixing the orientation of 
churches has been preserved 
in some of the Scotch lodges 
. . . The site of the altar was 
decided upon, and marked 
by a pole fixed in the 
ground. . . . The sun's rays 
appearing above the horizon 
fixed the line of orienta- 
tion." — Laurie. 

J. G. Orchar, Esq. 

Challenged. 

John Garrett Marten, Esq. 

Charles Surface sells his an- 
cestors. — School for Scandal. 

Sir Peter and Lady Teazle. 
''Sir Peter. Zounds, Ma- 
dam, you had no taste when 
you married me. 

''Lady T. Very true, Sir 
Peter." — School for Scandal. 

Bret Harte, Esq. 

William Bailey Hawkins, Esq. 

Newson Garrett, Esq. 

The chieftain's candlesticks. 

The Musician. " Alas for those 
that never sing, But die 
with all their music in them." 
—O. W.Holmes. 

C. T. Ritchie, Esq., M.P. 

James Anderson, Esq. 

Mrs. R. H, Pringle. 



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117 



1887. 



15* 

i«3 



320 
400 
697 

703 

1888. 166 

220 

599 
106$ 



Two strings to her bow. 

Scene from Scott's ** Peveril of 
the Peak." The appearance 
of the Countess of Derby in 
the Golden Room. 

Sir Edward Ripley, Bart. 

Lady Ripley. 

Richard Moreland, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait* 

Walter Besant, Esq. 

The clash of steel. 

The traitor. 

J. M. Hall, Esq. 

Charles Wyndham as " David 
Garrick " at the moment of 
recognising Ada. 

" Garrick, If I had but 
known." 

John Jaffray, Esq., J.P., D.L. 

John Thewlis Johnson, Esq. 

Mrs. Reckitt 

The Rev. James Oswald Dykes. 
M.A., D.D. 

George Coats, Esq. 

Sir Edmund Hay-Currie. 

"The world went very well 
then." 

Sir Raylton Dixon. 

Mrs. Stewart Freeman. 

Mrs. Shaw. 

Henry A. Lamb, Esq., late 
Hon. Sec. Royal Wimble- 
don Golf Club. 

Silvia. 

WalterBucklerLethbridge,Esq. 

The violinist. 

" Bonnie Prince Charlie." 

The ultimatum. 

Wolf Harris, Esq. 

Master William Pettie Watt. 

Auguste Manns, Esq. 
(The late.) 

William Bunce Greenfield, Esq. 

Alderman Thomas Wright, 
J.P., ex-Mayor of Leicester. 
Presentation portrait. 

Edward Howley Palmer, Esq. 

Adam Black, Esq. 



PETTINGER, John F Painter. 

24, RedcHffe Road, 
1904. 32 Vesuvius. 

PBTTITT, C. A Architect. 

24, Vine Street^ Piccadilly, 
1 8 14. 712 Design for a prison. 

PBTTITT, Edwin Alfred ... Painter. 

14, Powis Place, 
1858. 1092 On the Cumberland hills. 



1889. 


73 




299 




419 
783 


1890. 


790 
144 




302 


I89I. 


1099 
14 




17" 




«93 




183 




459 
821 


1892. 


89 




212 




571 




597 
686 


1893. 


"43 




«73 




386 




35> 



1859. 238 On the Llugwy— June. 

Chilton LodgCy Parson* s Green. 

1 86 1. 70 The stream from Newlands, 

Cumberland. 

1862. 565 Crummock Water, Cumber- 

land. 
6, Peterborough Villas^ 

Fulham, 

1863. 375 Evening. 

384 Looking towards Branksea and 

Poole, Dorset. 
1869. 724 Zermatt, Switzerland. 

900 The Matterhom from the 

Riffelberg. 

1872. 509 Yew trees. " But worthier still 

of note are those fraternal 
four of Borrowdale." — 
Wordsworth, 
Fitzrqy Mansion^ 

Charlotte Street, 

1873. 502 Sty Head Tarn, Scawfell. 

1876. 919 The Zmiitt glacier. 

Dcusy Bank^ Bettws-y-Coed. 

1877. 161 Idwall — morning. 

1880. 943 The falls of Benglog, Llyn Og- 
wen. 

PBTTITT, George Painter. 

Grassmere^ Windermere, 
1858. 354 Harrop Tarn, Cumberland. 

805 Loch Lomond from near Tar- 
bet. 

PBTTITT, Joseph Painter. 

45, Summer Hill^ 

Birmingham, 

1849. 578 The Swiss Alps — sunrise. 
1 151 The Swiss Alps — sunset. 

1850. 40" Lake scene. Savoy — early 

morning; waiting for the 
ferry. 

Keswick. 

1851. 73> A Cumberland stream. "It is 

a beauteous evening, calm 
and free Amid a wilderness 
of rocks and stones." — 
Wordsworth, 

5, Upton Grove, 

1852. 244 View of London from South- 

wark Bridge. 

6, Per^ Street, 

1853. 3»^ Corfe Castle, Dorsetshire — 

sunset. 

PETTY, W. R Painter. 

2, Camden Studios, 
1893. 1007 Tender chords. 

Upper Lodge^ East Barnet. 
1899. 823 "The world went very well 
then." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PBTTMAN, Mrs. Clara Painter. 

125, Alexandra Road^ N. W. 
1904. $88 Roses. 

PEUCKBRT, Edward A. ... Painter. 
20, Bryantwood Road^ 

Highbury. 

1893. 3'^ ^ Norfolk creek. 
646 Low tide. 

1894. 1 107 Wells Harbour, Norfolk. 

PFANDER, Charles Architect. 

Ill, Bay ham Street 
i860. 633 Design for Gothic Hall in 
Wales. 

PFEIFFER, Mrs. J. Emily... Painter. 
May field. West Hill, Putney. 

1876. 832 Chrysanthemums. 

1877. 737 Fallen. 
1880. 857 Roses. 

PFORR, J. G Painter. 

At Jones and Fickes, 

46, Old Campton Street, 
Soho. 
1787. 16 Landscape with figures and 
cattle. 
21 do. do. 

PHALIPON Painter. 

1832. 950 The dying Grecian soldier. 

PHELPS, Miss Eliza H. 

Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1778. 37* Portrait of Mr. Henry Green, 
linguist. 

5, Downing Street. 
1780. 288 Portrait of a lady. 

PHELPS, J Painter. 

10, Featherstone Buildings. 

1808. 665 Portrait of a child. 

125, High Holbom. 

1809. 438 Portrait of a gentleman re- 

siding in Somerset Place 

1 810. 436 Portrait of an officer in the 

1 2th dragoons. 

20, Princes Street. 

1811. 706 Portrait of a child. 

PHELPS, Miss Millicent Painter. 

34, Albert Gate. 

1890. 1679 Sibyl. 

189 1. 951 Wallflowers. 



1891. 1680 Sylvia. 

(Now Mrs. Mayer.) 

Bohemia, Brecknock Road. 

1892. 486 Mrs. French Brewster. 
1553 Sister Ruth. 

1894. 1080 A portrait. 

1452 A scherzo. 

35, MickaeFs Grave. 
1896. 541 Mrs. Walpole GreenwelL 

1538 Maud. 

PHIBBS, Harry Architect. 

William Street, Brieriey Hill, 
Staffordshire, 
1902. 1337 Tower, St. Giles' church, 
Wrexham. 

PHILIP, Miss Constance B. (after- 
wards Mrs. Cecil Lawson). 

r Painter. 

Merton Villa, 

280a, Kings Road. 

1874. 924 Azaleas. 

1875. 738 Chrysanthemums. 

Mrs. C. B. PhiUip, 

Merton Villa. 

1876. 708 Sunflowers. 

Miss C. B. Philip, 

Merton Villa. 

1877. 887 Azaleas. 

1878. 756 Wallflowers. 
809 Purple Iris. 

1879. 824 Chrysanthemums. 
837 Pink Azaleas. 
854 Yellow roses. 

901 Apple blossom. 
{See Mrs. Cecil Lawson, vol. v, 
page 6.) 

PHILIP, John Birnie Sculptor. 

I, Roehampton Place. 

1858. 1 195 Michael and Satan; alto-re- 

lievo, executed for the tym- 
panum of porch of St 
Michael's church, Comhill. 
"And there was war in 
heaven; Michael and his 
angels fought against the 
dragon; and the dragon 
fought and his angels." 
1293 The late Very Rev. Dr. Lyall, 
Dean of Canterbury; post- 
humous bust. 

1859. 1259 Monumental effigy in marble 

of Queen Catherine Parr; 
to be placed in the chapel 
of Studley Castle, Glou- 
cestershire, where she lies 
buried. This figure forms 
part of the tomb designed 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



119 



to occupy the place where 
the origmal monument for- 
merly stood. Executed at 
the expense of J. C. Dent, 
Esq.; unfinished. 

i860. 979 Model of a recumbent effigy of 
the late Rev. W. H. Mill, 
D.D., Canon of Ely and 
Regius Professor of Hebrew 
in the University of Cam- 
bridge; to be erected in Ely 
Cathedral. 

1 86 1. 1076 The Countess of Pembroke; 
posthumous. 

1863. 1015 Our Lord appearing to Mary 
Magdalen after the Resur- 
rection. 

1016 The ascension of our Lord. 

1017 Our Lord's appearance to his 

disciples in the ilpper cham- 
ber. " Peace be unto you." 
The three forming part of a 
series of subjects executing 
for the Reredos in St, 
Georges Chape/, Windsor, 

1 165 The late Lord Herbert of Lea ; 
marble bust (posthumous). 

1181 James S. Blyth, Esq. 

1193 Model of a recumbent figure 
of the late Lord Herbert of 
Lea; being executed in 
marble, and to be erected 
in Wilton Church, Wilts. 
West Pavilion^ Hans Place. 

1867. 1037 Richard Cobden ; marble bust. 

1868. 995 Geology; statue. 

1869. 1238 Model of a statue of King 

Alfred. 
Being one of a series to be 
erected in the Royal Gallery 
at the Palace of Westminster, 
1 25 1 Models of four bronze panels, 
representing Jamaica, Can- 
ada, China, and India; 
forming part of a memorial 
to be erected in the Cathe- 
dral of Calcutta to the 
memory of the late Lord 
Elgin. 
■ Mer ton Villa, King's Road. 

1871. 1280 The wise virgin. 

1872. 1406 A philanthropist; marble bust. 
1 521 The model of a statue of Geo- 
metry, executed in bronze, 
and erected at one of the 
angles of the canopy of the 
National Memorial to the 
Prince Consort. 

1873. 1514 Narcissus. 

1874. 1498 Waiting; monumental statue. 



1874. 1544 "Suffer little children to come 

unto me;" marble panel 
(The late.) 

1875. 1303 Homeward bound. 

PHILIPPOTBAUX, Felix Em- 

manuel Henri Painter. 

20, Marloes Road, 

Cromwell Road. 

1875. ^13 La charge des cuirassiers fran- 

9ais k Waterloo. 
83, Rue Notre Dame 

des Champs, Paris. 

1876. 1332 Charge of the English heavy 

cavalry at the Battle of Bala- 
clava, Oct. 25, 1854. 

" When they saw the Eng- 
lish heavy cavalry advancing 
the Russian squadrons closed 
in their flanks. But it was 
in vain. The Scots Greys 
and the Enniskilling Dra- 
goons with loud hurrahs cut 
a way through the front 
ranks. In an instant they 
were engulfed in the dense 
masses of the enemy's horse, 
only to appear again after a 
short interval, weakened, it 
is true, and in disorder, but 
ready to throw themselves 
on the second line. Seeing 
them thus engaged, the first 
line, which had been already 
broken through was trying 
to reform, when the ist 
Royals and the 4th and 5th 
Dragoon Guards charged it 
at full gallop, and breaking 
through it as though it had 
been cardboard, joined the 
Scots Greys and Ennis- 
killings, and completed the 
rout of the Russians." — 
Lhn Guhrin. 

1877. 937 The battle of the Alma, Octo- 

ber 27, 1854. 

"The Guards under Gene- 
ral Bentinck and the High- 
land Brigade under Sir Colin 
Campbell, forming the First 
Division, commanded by 
H.R.H. the Duke of Cam- 
bridge, advancing to the sup- 
port of the Light Division 
in the attack on the Kour- 
gan^ Hill batteries. 
1879. 652 The Life of Sir Frederick Pon- 
sonby saved by the humanity 
of a French officer, at the 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Philippoteauxy Felix Emmaniiel Henri 

— continued. 

Battle of Waterloo, June 
iSth, 1815. 

Sir Frederick Ponsonby, 
colonel of the 13th L^t 
DnurooDS, setrerely hit in the 
head and both arms, was 
carried by his charger into 
the French ranks, where 
another wound laid him half 
dead on the ground A 
French officer, whose name 
is unknown, raised hira, and, 
placing a knapsack under 
his h^id, gave him a drink 
out of his own flask. The 
incident is related by Sir 
Frederick in a letter. 

PHILIPS, Nathaniel George. 

Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1819. 5«3 View on the Moors near New- 
castletown. 

32, Rodney Street y UverpooL 
i8s8. 4S8 View near Naples, on the road 

to Salerno. 
1839. tooS Aqueduct on the road between 
Caestella Mora and Amalfi 
— a party of pleasure sur- 
prised by brigands. 

PHILIPS, R. B Architect. 

17, New Millman Street, 

1833. 97S Design for a House of Com- 
mons, etc. 

1838. 1235 Design for laying out Trafalgar 
Square in front of the Na- 
tional Gallery — having in 
the centre an equestrian 
statue of Queen Victoria, on 
one side a trophy to the 
Duke of Wellington, and on 
the other one to Lord Nel- 
son, etc. 

II, Wellington Road. 

1 84 1. 970 Barham House at East Hoath- 
ley, Sussex, for William Hart, 
Esq. 

PHILLAN, R. P Architect. 

Sydenham. 
1854. 1159 Decorations of St. John's 
church, Hawarden, Flint- 
shire. 

PHILLIMORB, C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1796. i« A pug dog. 



PHILLIMORE, Reginald P. 

Painter. 

5, Fairfax Road^ 

Bedford Park. 
1889. 170S Bakehouse Close, Canoogate, 
Edinburgh. 



CoUn Bent, R. IV.S. 

Painter. 
Churchill Houu^ Lyntom. 

Mountains of the CouUn Forest, 
Kinlochawe, Ross-shire. 

Sgurr na GiUean, from Loch 
nan Eilean, Isle of Skye. 

15, Buckingham Street^ Strand. 

Loch Alsh. 

At Pitlochrie, Perthshire. 

8, St. Martinis Place. 

The Pool, Wharfedale, York- 
shire. 

Glen Sannox, Isle of Arran. 

Cir Mhor, Isle of Arran. 

Loch Torridon, Ross-shire. 

Buttress of Liathach, Torridon, 
Rosshire. 

Bridge of the Split, North Glen, 
Sannox, Arran. 

Entrance to Glenb^ Glenelg, 
Ross-shire. 

Ben Cruachan, Argyll, Feb- 
ruary, 1885. 

2, Spenser Street^ 

Victoria Street, W, 

Alpes Maritimes, from the 
beach at Bordighera. 

Cairngorm Mountains and 
Rothiemurchus Forest. 



PHILLIP, John, R,A Painter. 

/. Phillips, 

4, Russell Place, 

Fitzroy Square, 

1838. 223 Portrait of a young lady. 

/. Phillip, 

4, Russell Place, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1839. 308 W. Clerihew, Esq. 
577 A Moor. 

1840. 962 Tasso, in disguise, relating his 

persecutions to his sister. 
Not in index. 

1846. I Wallace and his schoolfellows 

at Dundee. " Alas! why 
should my country suffer 
such distress, etc." — Blair. 
J. Philip, 6, Russell Place. 

1847. 4H Presbyterian catechising. 



PHILLIP, 


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/. PhilUp, 

IS, Westbaume Grove, 

1848. 134 " As on the^dandelion's downy 

wings 
Fond lovers bid their gentle 

wishes speed, 
The swain, impatient, lending 

forceful breath, 
To aid the damsel's sigh." 
1261 A Scotch fair. 

1849. 284 Drawing for the militia. 

30, Gloucester Roady 

Regents Park, 

1850. 541 Baptism in Scotland. 

39, Gloucester Road, 

1 85 1. 529 Scotch washing. 
685 A sunbeam. 

819 The Spaewife of the Clachan. 
"Ay, butyeVe wise, an wiser 
far than we, or meust part o' 
the parish tells a lie.'' 
I, South Villa, Campden Hill. 
1^53' 74 La Perla de Triana. "Mis- 
like me not for my com- 
plexion — ^The shadow'd li- 
very of the bumish'd sun." 

581 Life among the gypsies at 
Seville. 

1854. 459 Lady Cosmo Russell. 

470 A letter writer, Seville. The 
property of Her Majesty the 
Queen, 

1855. 68 El Pasco. The property of Her 

Majesty the Queen, 
298 Collecting the offering in a 
Scotch kirk. " Give, and ye 
shall receive." 
570 Sir John Bent, late Mayor of 

Liverpool. 
137$ Sunshine in the cottage. 

1856. 248 Agua Fresca— on one of the 

bridle-roads in Spain. 
295 " And the prayer of faith shall 

save the sick." 
329 Dofia Pepita. 
535 A gipsy water-carrier of Seville. 

1857. 225 The prison window, Sevilla, 

1857- 
448 "Charity." Sevilla, 1857. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1858. 78 H.R.H. the Prince Consort. 

Painted for the City of Aber- 
deen. 
118 Alduena. 

183 El Cortcjo. 

184 John Thomas, Esq. 

406 Spanish contrabandistas. "If 
that {his) breath should mist 
or stain the stone, why, then 
(Af)Uves." 
▼I. 



1858. 487 Youth in Seville. 

500 Daughters of the Alhambra. 

1859. 63 A huff. 

"Fye! fye! unknit that threat- 
ening unkind brow, 
And dart not scornful glances 

from those eyes 
To wound thy lord." 

— Shakespeare, 
405 Augustus L. Egg, Esq., A.R.A. 
(Elected R.A.) 
i860. 58 The marriage of the Princess 
Royal with the Prince Fre- 
deric William of Prussia, 
January 25, 1858. 
168 Prayer. Diploma work, 

1 86 1. 66 Gossips at a well. 

1862. 24 A Spanish volunteer. 
191 Doubtful fortime. 
207 Water drinkers. 

622 Dolores. 

1863. 23 Aqua Bendita. 

67 The House of Commons, i860. 

1864. 51 La Gloria; a Spanish wake. 
237 The Eari of Dalhousie, K.T., 

G.M.B. 

1865. 156 The early career of Murillo, 

1634. "He was reduced to 
earn his daily bread by 
painting coarse and hasty 
pictures for the Feria (weekly 
fair) held in a broad street 
branching from the northern 
end of the Old Alameda, 
and in front of the old 
church of *A11 Saints,' re- 
markable for its picturesque 
semi-Moorish belfry. 

"This venerable market 
presents every Thursday an 
aspect which has changed 
but little since the days of 
Murillo. Fruit, vegetables, 
and coarse pottery, old 
clothes, old iron, still cover 
the ground or load the stalls 
as they did two centuries 
ago, when the unknown 
youth stood among the gip- 
sies, muleteers, and men- 
dicant friars, selling for a 
few reals those productions 
of his early pencil, for which 
royal collectors are now 
ready to contend." — Stir- 
ling. 
298 A prima donna in the character 
of "Rosina." 

1866. 93 The Rt. Hon. Duncan M'Neill 

of Colonsay, Lord Justice 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Phillip, John, R,A,— continued. 

General of Scotland and 
Lord President of the Court 
of Session. Fainted for the 
Members of the College of 
Justice^ and to be placed in 
the Parliament House^ Edin- 
burgh, 

132 A chat round the Brasero. 

533 Mrs. Cooper. 
(The late.) 
1867. 152 "O Nannie, wilt thou gang 
with me?" 

166 A Highland lassie reading. 

191 Antonia. 



PHILLIP, J. P Painter. 

21, Charles Street^ 

Middlesex Hospital 

1842. 207 Innocence. 

71, Newman Street, 

1843. 343 Bruce about to receive the 

sacrament on the morning 
previous to the battle of 
Bannockburn. 
/. P. Phillips, 

32, Gerrard Street, Soho, 

1844. 384 Rebekah receiving the presents 

from Abraham's servant. 
" And said, whose daughter 
art thou? etc." — Genesis, 
xxiv, 23, 24. 
/. P. Phillip, 

30 College Place, 

Camden Town. 

1845. 609 A Braemar forester's family. 
626 "The gaugers are coming!" 

An illicit still in Glen fort. 



PHILLIPS, Alfred H Painter. 

A. Phillips, Clifton Villa, 

Uxbridge Road, 
1874. 424 A French fisherman. 
551 Study of a head. 
Pembroke Lodge, 

Clapham Common, 

1877. 619 A shot for the golden ring. 

1878. 1019 Market day. 

1879. 1018 A fairy tale. 

1880. 439 Fuel for the Camp. 
1882. 539 Which shall it be? 
1884. 894 Spring flowers. 

29, Beaconsfield Road, 

Twickenham, 
1 893. 669 •* Opportunity makes the thief." 
29, Baronsfield Road, 

East Twickenham, 
1896. 351 A friend in need. 



Alfred H, Phillips, Cloveliy, 
Acacia Grove, 

New Maiden. 
1903. 1036 Isaac of York. — Ivanhoe, 

PHILLIPS, Arthur Painter. 

116, Portland Road, 

Nottingham, 
1889. 685 Poppies. 

PHILLIPS, C ...Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1832. 336 Breaking up a native prince's 
retinue at Chittagong, East 
Indies. 

PHILLIPS, F. A Painter. 

A, Phillip, 

3, Caledonian Terrace, 

Peckham. 
1869. 910 A portrait. 

F, A, Phillips, Dewsbury, 

Yorkshire, 

1876. 129 Portrait of a lady. 

588 do. young lady. 

8, Regenfs Terrace, 

Anlaby Road, Hull. 

1877. 218 Alderman John Symons. 

PHILLIPS, George H. 

Miniature Painter. 
180, Strand, 
1 8 1 9. 759 Portrait of the Archduke Maxi- 
milian. 

30, Hadlow Street. 

1822. 283 Scene at Milbank, with cattle. 
355 Landscape and cattle. 

31, Oxford Street. 

1823. 692 Captain Chambers. 
749 Portrait of a lady. 

1824. 586 A portrait. 

1825. 604 Portrait of a young lady. 
825 J. E. Orange, Esq. 

PHILLIPS, Miss Georgina... Painter. 
Bhundara, Chingford, Essex, 
1903. 1 014 "Game"; a portrait. 

PHILLIPS, Giles Firman ... Painter. 

8, Leicester Street, 
1 83 1. 481 View near Kit's Cotty house, 
Aylesford house. 
583 Knight's Bridge at Knights- 
bridge. 
47, Park Street, Greenwich, 

1836. 906 View on the Thames — evening. 

1837. 7«3 Part of Blackwall Reach — 

bleak-blowing weather. 

1838. 619 View of Greenwich Hospital. 



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25, Charlotte Street. 
1839. 635 Stirling Castle. 

774 River scene— evening. 

77, Newman Street, 

1845. 442 View on the Thames near Pur- 

fleet. 

1846. 358 View on the Thames near 

Erith. 
724 The Thames from Hungerford 

Bridge — evening. 
1039 The harbour of Shoreham, on 
the river Adur, with the town 
in the distance — evening. 

1849. 379 View on the Thames — boats 

beating to windward. 
9 1 1 Chelsea reach — evening. 

1850. 434 View on the Thames from East 

Greenwich, with Woolwich 
in the distance. 

1852. 905 View on the Wye, South 

Wales, with the Severn and 
English coast in the dis- 
tance. Taken from the 
Wynd Cliff. 

17, Nassau Street, 

1853. 774 In Windsor Great Park — twi- 

light. 

14, Fitzroy Street, 
1858. 831 Kensington Gardens — evening. 

PHILLIPS, H Painter. 

T/^^/ermyn Street, 
1794. 3^4 Farley Castle, Somerset. 
424 View near Bath. 

Cavent Garden. 
1800. 1084 Holy Rood house, Edinburgh. 

PHILLIPS, Miss Harriet ... Painter. 
35, Hart Street, Bloamsbury, 

1854. 185 Sketch from life. 

PHILLIPS, Miss Helen Painter. 

25, Disraeli Roady Putney, 
1898. 1097 On Loch Fyne. 



PHILLIPS, Henry Architect. 

157, Bermondsey Street, 
1820. 945 Design for a public Library to 
be erected in Dublin. 



PHILLIPS, Henry Wyndham. 

Painter. 
8, George Street, 

Hanover Square, 
1838. 652 J. H. Dnimmond Hay, Esq., 
in a Moorish Costume. 



1839. 75» Thomas Phillips, Esq., R.A. 

1840. 620 Portrait of a lady. 

1 84 1. 321 Eustace Maxwell, Esq., R.N., 

in an Andalusian dress. 

1842. 138 Sir J. Gardner Wilkinson. 

1843. 222 Portrait of a gentleman in the 

Highlands. 

1844. 8 George Borrow, Esq., author 

of the " Bible in Spain," etc. 
26 Alexander and William, child- 
ren of Robert V. Glehn, 
Esq. 
76 Richard Creed, Esq. 

333 Mrs. Kingsmill and son. 
1S45. '^' Mrs. Samuel Martin and child. 

217 Sir Charles Fellows, author of 
an account of Discoveries in 
Lycia. 

336 " And the women that followed 
him from Galilee, stood afar 
off, beholding these things." 
— St, Luke, xxiii, 49. 

566 A lady. 

632 Portraits of a lady and child. 

1846. 68 G. Henry Nicholson, Esq. 
241 Portrait of a lady. 

251 Lady Charlotte and Lord 
Charles Ker, younger child- 
ren of the Duke of Rox- 
burghe. 

328 Lady Polwarth. 

1847. 7 Lady Hicks-Beach and child. 
133 Our Saviour in the garden of 

Gethsemane. " Surely he 
hath borne our griefs, etc." 
— Isaiah, liii, 4. 

184 The Marquis of Northampton, 
President of the Royal So- 
ciety. Painted for the Royal 
Society, Commenced by the 
late Thomas Phillips, R.A. 

282 The Duchess of Roxburgh. 

1848. 172 Henry A. Layard, Esq., the 

Persian traveller, some of 
whose discoveries in Nineveh 
now enrich the British Mu- 
seum. 

289 William Brockedon, Esq. 

293 Mrs. Walpole. 

375 A portrait. 

1849. 22 His Excellency Prince Metter- 

nich. 
442 Monsieur de Lamartine. 

Painted at Paris, May^ 1848. 
469 Hermione. 
487 Octavius Smith, Esq. 

1850. 307 Major Rawlinson. 
351 Mrs. Phillips. 

519 Mons. A. Scheffer, the cele- 
brated painter. 



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Phillips, Henry Wyndham — continued, 

1850. 570 Madame Viardot in the char- 

acter of Fides, in Meyer- 
beer's opera of the "Pro- 
phet." 

1851. 605 William H. Prescott, Esq., the 

American Historian. 
654 A portrait. 

1852. 286 The Magdalen. **Last at the 

Cross, and earliest at the 
Tomb." 
S3 1 Lady Duff Gordon. 

1853. 383 Hiram Power, the sculptor of 

theGreek slave, etc. Fainted 

at Florence. 
430 Clinton, Hubert, and Lucy, 

children of Thomas Gambier 

Parry, Esq. 
Sx8 William Hamilton, Esq. 

1855. 100 Nassau W. Senior, Esq. 
409 The modern Hagar. 

1856. 201 General Sir Colin Campbell, 

K.C.B. 
216 Dr. Sand with, late chief of the 

Medical Staff, author of the 

" Siege of Kars." 
271 Owen Jones, Esq. 

1857. 60 Sir John Fox Burgoyne, Bart., 

G.C.B., Inspector-General of 
Fortifications. Fainted for 
the Royal Engineers, 

263 H. Barth Frere, Esq., chief 
Commissioner of Scinde. 

636 Sir Henry Holland, Bart., 
M.P. 

1858. 253 Lady Susan Grant Suttee and 

Lady Charlotte Innes Kerr, 
daughters of the Duke of 
Roxburgh. 

345 Sir William Curtis, Bart. 

S90 Colonel Sir Duncan McDou- 
gall, K.S.F. Fainted for the 
Royal Lancashire Artillery, 

1859. 6 Rev. J. Edwards. 

22 The Very Rev. the Dean of 
St. PauPs. {^Henry Hart 
Milman,) 

454 Portrait of a lady. 
i860. 39 Dot. 

172 Rev. G. K. Holdsworth, M.A., 
Vicar of Aldborough, York- 
shire. 

388 The Countess de Grey and 
Ripon. 

515 Laurence Oliphant, Esq. 
1 86 1. 17* General Eber, lately in com- 
mand of a Brigade in the 
Southern Army in Italy, 
under General Garibaldi. 

236 The Marquis of Bowmont. 



1 86 1. 44$ Henry B. Loch, Esq., Private 

Secretary to the Earl of 
Elgin, H.B.M. Minister 
Plenipotentiary in China. 

1862. 43$ The late Sir Henry Lawrence, 

K.C.B. Painted for the Law- 
rence Asylum, India. 

524 J. Bruce Pryse, Esq. 

618 Ay di mi. 

1863. 435 '* One prize I hold dearer than 

any, The standard I took at 
Rochelle." 
471 The Duke of Newcastle, K.G. 

1864. 324 Captain Speke and Captain 

Grant with Timbo, a young 
native from the country of 
the Upper Nile. 

1865. 318 John Larking, Esq. 

473 The first day of Bairam. 
Fainted for his Highness 
Halim Fasha. 

After the fast of Ramazan 
is over, on the first day of 
the feast of Bairam, the in- 
habitants of Cairo visit the 
cemeteries outside the town, 
and place palm branches on 
the tombs of their relatives 
and friends. 

1866. 360 The hour of prayer. 
402 George T. Clark, Esq. 

1867. 297 Reginald Cholmondeley, Esq. 

1868. 3»7 The Duke of Devonshire. 

373 The Rev. Lord John Thjmne, 
Sub-Dean of Westminster. 



PHILLIPS, J Painter. 

13, Great New Street^ 

Gough Spdare, 

1784. 406 Landscape. 

49, Cary Street, 

Chancery Lane, 

1785. 550 View of Roslin Castle in Scot- 

land. 
555 View of Dirlton Castle in Scot- 
land. 

164, Ficcadilly. 

1786. 447 Birds-nesting in a wood. 

15, Gresse Street, 

Rathbone Flace, 
1791- 535 Scene in Macbeth. 

2, Well Yard, Little Britain. 

1798. 217 Landscape — evening. 
218 A landscape. 

84, Dorset Street, 

Manchester Square. 

1799. 849 Scene in the Grison Country. 

"With weights, pains, and 
melted alpine snow. 



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The mountain cistern fill those 

ample stores 
Of water, scooped amongst the 

hollow rocks." 

— Thomson, 

PHILLIPS, J Architect. 

At Mr. Byfield's, 

Manchester Buildings, 

1790. 517 Perspective view of the two 

new fronts intended for the 
seat of Thomas Bund, Esq., 
Worcestershire. 

1 79 1. 501 Design for a town house. 

1792. 715 do. Villa. 

1793* 799 do. an entrance to a 

park. 
Gloucester Buildings^ 

Newington Butts, 
1795. ^^4- Design for a park Entrance. 
41, Duke Street^ 

West Smithfield. 
1797. 1061 Design for a chapel. 

9, East Street^ Lambeth Road. 
1 79^* 93^ Design for a public library. 

East PlcuCy Lambeth, 
1799. 908 View of the Military Hospital 
near Deal. 
Mount Street^ Surrey side 

of Westminster Bridge. 
1 801. 897 Design for public rooms. 

Clayton Place^ Kennington, 

1804. 891 Residence of gentleman in 

East Kent. 

SohOy Birmingham, 

1805. 774 Design for a vase; a pen-and- 

ink drawing. 
Clayton Place^ Kennington, 
1807. mo Courts of Justice, County of 
Surrey. 

1809. 774 Upton House in East Kent. 

1810. 846 ImprovementsatGreatDoodes, 

near Reigate. 

PHILLIPS, James Painter. 

8, Hefiry Street, 

Hampstead Road, 
1807. 588 Study of trees from nature. 

9, Richard Street, 

Back Road, Islington, 
1819. 690 Study of an elm tree. 
14, Winchester Street, 

Fentonville, 
1822. 812 View of Rumbling Bridge, 
Perthshire. 
8, Richmond Buildings, 

Dean Street, Soho, 
1832. 637 A study. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1S36. 970 (No title in catalogue,) 



PHILLIPS, J. H Painter. 

1S63. 59 On the Banks of the Yarrow. 

13, Bedford Road, Clapham, 
1865. 169 The trophies of Spring. 

PHILLIPS, J. S Gem Engraver. 

7, Kin^s Head Court, 

Holbom Hill, 

182 1. 1019 Brood mare and colt; intag- 

lio. 
41, Kirby Street, 

Hatton Garden, 

1822. 960 Impression from an intaglio; 

a warrior in his car. 

9, Leather Lane, 

1823. loio Medallic portrait of Canova. 
1034 Intaglio head of Sappho. 

1824. 938 Horses; impressions from in- 

taglios. 

13, Greville Street. 

1825. 939 Intaglio and impression. 

25, Kirby Street, 

1826. 965 Impressions from steel and 

other seals. 
978 Intaglio and impression. 

1827. 987 do. do. 

103 1 Head of Apollo; impression 

from an intaglio. 
1036 Portrait, in wax, of an artist. 

1828. 1088 Head of Minerva; impression 

from a steel seal. 
1104 Intaglio and impression; head 
of Shakspeare. 
42I, Old Street, Goswell Road, 

1830. 1138 Medallic portrait of a gentle- 

man. 

1 83 1. 1080 Sardonyx cameo; portrait of 

His Majesty. 

i4|. Old Street 
1836. 990 Portrait of an artist; model in 
wax, and an intaglio on red 
cornelian from the same. 
To this was awarded the 
large silver medal of the 
Society of Arts in 1835. 
1842. 1 174 The late James Watt, Esq., 
of Soho, Birmingham; en- 
graved on red cornelian. 
{In many instances the name is spelt 
Phillipps,) 

PHILLIPS, J. W Painter. 

118, Murray Street, Hoxton. 
1857. 573 The smoker. 

PHILLIPS, Lawrence Barnett. 

Etcher. 
12, Queen^s Square, W.C, 
1874. 1233 Rushey Weir; etching. 



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Phillips, Lawrence Barnett — continued. 

1875. 1070 John Knox's house, Edinburgh; 

etching, 
iioi Near Kingston on Thames; 

etching, 
nil The Canongate, Tolbooth, 

Edinburgh; etching. 

1876. 1132 The Rathhaus, Cologne; etch- 

ing. 
1 171 Quai St. Thomas, Strassburg; 

etching. 
1185 Edinburgh Castle; etching. 
41, Wanvtck Roady 

Maida Vale, 

1878. 1 193 A View in Bruges; etching. 

1879. 1243 On the Scheldt; do. 

1280 Fishing fleet putting out to sea; 
etching. 

1880. 1342 In harbour — sunset; etching. 

Chesham House^ 

Sutherland Avenue. 
1886. 1438 Castle and bridge of Sant' An- 

gelo, Rome. 
1888. 1592 Twickenham church. 
1890. 1614 Off Chioggia. 

1892. 1492 St. Mark's, Venice. 

1893. 1377 An outskirt of Venice. 

1894. 1394 The Dogana and San Salute, 

Venice. 

1897. 1607 Watching the boats — Venice. 

1904. 1420 Old houses on river — Nurem- 
berg. 



PHILLIPS, Miss Mary Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1789. 493 Landscape. 

Miss Phillips, 

44, Henry St,, Hampstead. 
1806. 525 Cottage Scene. " Rich in con- 
tent, etc." — Thomson. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1808. 679 Landscape. 

9, Richard Street, Islington. 
1819. 971 Dead swallow from nature. 



PHILLIPS Peregrine. 

Gem Engraver. 
8, Princes Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1778. 236 A gem with its impression; the 
portrait of a lady. 



PHILLIPS, P., Junr. 

Gem Engraver. 
Brussels. 
1782. 260 Portrait of the emperor Joseph ; 
a cast 



PHILLIPS, Philip Painter. 

3, St. John's, JFulham. 

1 84 1. 396 Entering the harbour, Folke- 

stone. 

25, Southampton Street. 

1842. 1 1 15 The quay of Caudebec on the 

Seine, Normandy. 
1 146 Part of the church of St. Ouen, 
Rouen. 

1843. 17 A raft on the Rhine. 

1084 The Village of Unterseen, Swit- 
zerland. 

1844. 393 The Vale of Keswick, Cumber- 

land, looking towards Causay 
and Grisdale Pikes. 

1845. 1247 Trees, painted on the spot; 

Wimbledon Park, Surrey, 
the seat of the Duke of 
Somerset. 

1846. 271 Preston Hall, the seat of 

Charles Milner, Esq., near 
Maidstone. 
1 1 20 The Rheinfels on the Rhine, 
from St. Goar. 

1847. 462 Lucerne, on the lake of the 

Four Cantons, Switzerland. 
Belgrave Works, Pimlico. 

1852. 407 Kreutz Kirche, on the heights 

of Ehrenbreitstein, showing 
(in the distance) Coblentz, 
with the confluence of the 
Rhine and the Moselle. 
Gloucester Street, 

Lark Hill Rise. 

1853. 71 Skiddaw and Derwentwater, 

Cumberland. 
1257 Shrine at the entrance of Lu- 
cerne, Switzerland. 

1854. 385 Panoramic view of Zurich, 

Switzerland, from the Kat- 

zen Bastei. 
1857. X097 The Bayan Tower. 
1859. 225 Contemplation. 



PHILLIPS, Mrs. Philip (formerly 

Miss Elizabeth Rous) Painter. 

25, Southampton Street. 

1 844. 1 023 Partridges ; a study from nature. 

1845. 734 Landscape: annuals. 

1846. 1009 Studies from nature. 

1847. 925 Tulips and Narcissus. 

1849. 584 The ancient Rath House of 
Coblentz, on the Moselle. 
Belgrave Works, Pimlico. 
1852. 1025 A Dutch Collection. 
Gloucester House, 

Lark Hill Rise, Clapham. 

1855. 1 130 My grandmother's cup. 

1856. 1030 The Casket. 



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PHILLIPS, S Painter. 

Saviiie House^ Leicester Square, 
1802. 380 Mr. A. Humphries. 
8, George Street^ 

Hanover Square, 
1804. 3x2 G. Humphreys, A.L.S. 

Mitchatn, 
1806. 467*Mrs. Burrows. 

PHILLIPS, Thomas, R,A, ... Painter. 
398, Oxford Street 

1792. 202 N.E. View of Windsor Castle. 

40, Rathbone Place. 

1793. 137 The death of Talbot, Earl of 

Shrewsbury, at the Battle of 
Casillon. 
507 Ruth and her mother-in-law. 

1794. II Cupid disarmed by Euphrosyne. 
213 Portrait of a young artist. 

296 Elijah returning the recovered 
child to the widow. — i 
Kings, 17. 

20, Air Streety Piccadilly. 

1 796. 252 Portrait of a lady and her son. 

{Mrs. Cope.) 
266 Portrait of a Polish Jew. 
328 Adversity,an allegorical sketch. 
330 Daniel's condemnation of the 

two Elders. 
418 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1 797. 76 Portrait of a young lady. 

77 do. young gentleman. 

95 do. do. 

545 do. of a gentleman. 
1027 do. of a do. 
Saviiie House, 

Leicester Square, 

1798. 64 Mr. More, Secretary to the 

Society in the Adelphi. 
122 Mrs. Harvey. 
277 Mr. Corlett. 
290 Miss Sabine. 
530 Mr. Bannister, Jimr. 
571 Lady Lydia Turneur. 
Mr. Ray. 

1 799. >34 Mrs. Woodville. 
Miss Peters. 
Wm. Augustus Bowles, Chief 

Cacique of the Creek and 
Cherokee Indians. 
Miss Smith. 
290 Portrait of a schoolboy. 
18, Tavistock Street, 

Bedford Square. 

1800. 155 Dr. Garnet. 
237 Miss Scott. 

263 Mons. de Calonne. 

274 Earl Percy. 

322 Earl Macartney. 

411 Dr. Cleaver, Bishop of Ferns. 



1801. 



692 

134 
182 

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277 



1802. 



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57 

58 

192 

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652 

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75 

127 



201 

280 

350 

381 

1803. 75 

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185 
284 
433 
644 



1804. 


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212 




246 




272 




379 




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1805. 


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185 




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614 


1806. 


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1807. 


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183 



Portrait of an engraver, 
do. a young gentleman 
as a little cottager. 

The Duke of Northumberland. 

Mr. Fry. 

Portrait of a young lady and 
dog. 

The Earl of Caernarvon. 

T. Tyrwhitt, Esq. 

R. Ladbroke, Esq. 

Saviiie House, Leicester Square, 

Mrs. Huntley and daughter. 

Mr. Delamotte. 

Mr. James. 

Two Misses Thomas with a 
dog. 

A youth reading. 

Mr. Munden. 

Lord Thurlow. 

J. Birch, Esq. 

A portrait 

Mr. Klanert of Covent Garden 
Theatre. 

Shylock. 

Early love. 

Mr. Wansey. 

Anna of Ellenbourne. "She 
wandered far. Driven from 
her angry parents' shed, etc." 

8, George Street^ 

Hanover Square, 

A young man's head; a study. 

Orlando contemplating the 
chain given him by Rosa- 
lind. 

The Duke of Northumberland. 

A young man's head; a study. 

Portrait of a lady. 

The Hon. Mr. Ward. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

I^dy Maria Fane. 

Lady Boringdon. 

Lord Carrington. 

Lord Boringdon. 

Portrait of a lady as a bac- 
chante. 

A. Champernowne, Esq. 

Miss F. R. Melville. 

Lord Thurlow. 

Mr. and Mrs. Debary. 

H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 

Portraits of/ the Marquis of 
Stafford's family. 

The Marchioness of Stafford. 

Miss Glyn. 

Mr. Battine. 

Lady G. Howard. 

The late Lord Thuriow. 

Countess Talbot. 

Mr. Clifford. 



128 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Phillips, Thomas, R,A. — continued, 

1807. 209 Portraits ofthe children of Earl 

Talbot. 
230 The Earl of Northesk. 
274 Mr. Blake. 

(Elected R.A.) 

1808. 15 Venus and Adonis. 

41 Portraits ofthe Rev. Mr, Pear- 
son, Mrs. Pearson, and 
daughter. 

141 Mr. Lowten. 

188 Sir W. and Lady Briscoe. 

284 Head of an artist; a study. 

1809. 67 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 
106 Mrs. Birch and son. 

134 Sir J. Banks, Bart., K.B., in 

the Chair as President ofthe 

Royal Society. 
176 Mrs. Whitmore. 
196 Earl Bathurst 
219 Mrs. Cunynghame. 
304 Portrait of a mathematician in 

his study. 
378 Mrs. Southeme. 

1810. 32 Lord GrenviUe. 

47 Hon. T. Grenville. 
88 The Earl of Darnley. 
101 A conversation; portraits. 
136 The Earl of Dartmouth. 

181 1. 7 Mrs. Yates. 

61 Major-General Sir Ewan Baillie. 
lox Robert Ashby, Esq. 
151 The Earl of Harrowby. 
151 The Rev. Dr. Hamilton. 
176 H. Tresham, Esq., R.A. 
458 Lord G. Leveson Gower. 

18 1 2. 49 Mrs. General Macintyre. 

95 Lady Cecil and the Hon. Mr. 

A. and Mr. J. Talbot. 
109 Mrs. E. Dixon. 

135 T. Hawkes, Esq. 

224 The Duke of Beaufort. 

1 8 13. 18 Lord Maynard. 

68 H.R.H. the Prince Regent. 
99 Earl Spencer. 

1814. 6 H. Drummond, Esq. 

52 The Right Hon. Sir J. Banks, 
Bart., painted for the Cor- 
poration of Boston. 

72 The Marquis of Stafford. 

84 Portrait of a nobleman in the 
dress of an Albanian. 

93 Miss Stanley in the character 
of Juliet Scene on the bal- 
cony. " What's in a name? 
etc." 

171 Portrait of a nobleman. 

270 A family group; the watch. 

18 1 5. 16 Mr. and Mrs. Dawson Turner. 

Miss M. and Miss E. Turner. 



1815. 



58 

134 

197 
221 

296 



1816, 20 
a9 



1818. 



7« 
123 
136 
IS* 



»74 



3" 

1817. 73 

104 

163 



199 

256 



266 



7 
21 

7» 

85 

118 

161 

205 
123 



1819. 1$ 

7« 
83 

104 



Mrs. Severn. 

Mrs. E. S. Thurlow. 

S. Thornton, Esq., M.P. for 
the County of Surrey. 

The Rev. T. Salmon. 

Lord Algernon Percy. 

Portrait of A. Jukes, Esq., in 
the dress of an Arabian 
Sheik. 

C. Hatchett, Esq. 

The Archangel Michael leaving 
Adam and Eve, after hav- 
ing conducted them out of 
Paradise. "High in front 
advanced The brandished 
sword of God before them 
blaz'd, eXc:'— Milton. 

Mrs. Baldwin. 

Sir H. Englefield, Bart. 

C. Lyell, Esq. 

Hetman, Count Platoff, 
mounted on his favourite 
charger; the horses by J. 
Ward, R.A. 

Portrait of the Indian Chief 
Tyroninhokarawen, known 
in the British Army under 
the name of Captain (now 
Major) Norton. 

W. Brand, Esq. 

T. Murdoch, Esq. 

Lady Ridley. 

J. Brookes, Esq., painted by 
desire of the students of 
anatomy under his tuition. 

W. Q. Dick, Esq. 

May Ella and the gude Grey 
Katte. Vide the Poetic 
Mirror. 

Portrait of a boy, a native of 
the island of Papua or New 
Guinea; brought to Eng- 
land by J. C. Raffles, Esq., 
late Governor of Java. 

The captives; portraits. 

F. Ladbroke, junr., Esq. 

F. L. Chantrey, Esq., R.A. 

Mrs. Watts Russell. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Earl Spencer. 

Mrs. Colonel Grant, of Castle 
Grant. 

Rev. T. Carwardine. 

The late W. Honeywood, 
Esq. 

Rev. G. Crabbe. 

Archdeacon Corbett. 

TheArchbishop of York. ( Ver- 
non.) 

J. G. Lambton, Esq., M.P. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



129 



1819. 



1830. 



1831. 



1833. 



1833. 



1834. 



163 Mr. C, Mr. T., and Mr. H. 

Lyell. 
182 CoL Grant, of Grant, M.P. 
293 Portrait of a lady. 
312 The Hon. Capt. Campbell, 
R.N. 
6 Rev. Dr. Coplestone, Provost 

of Oriel College, Oxford. 
51 Earl Grey. 

87 Miss Lyell and her sisters. 
139 Sir William Grant. 
204 H. Brougham, Esq., M.P. 
211 Portrait of an officer. 
248 The storm retiring. 

"Sullen and slow the broken 

clouds divide. 
The raging blast less frequent 

swells the tide, 
The fated hour has sped 

And weary ocean chafes itself 
to rest" 

273 The Earl of Jersey. 
27 Master M. and Miss E. Watts 
Russell. 

43 The Rt. Hon. Sir Wm. Grant, 

late Master of the Rolls. 
S* P. Johnson Esq., of Cam- 
salloch. 

n6 D. Ricardo, Esq., M.P. 

153 Lady Harriet Drummond and 
children. 

203 Mrs. Fitzgerald. 

236 The Hon. J. Abercromby, 

Esq., M.P. 
96 Sir B. Hobhouse, Bart. 

107 Portrait of a General officer. 

115 Lady Anne Beckett. 

133 Masters Robert, Henry, and 
John Glasbrook. 

168 The Rev. Dr. Frodsham Hod- 
son, late Regius Professor 
of Divinity in the University 
of Oxford; Principal of 
Brazen Nose College, and 
Canon of Christ-church. 

177 Returning from the Hop Gar- 
den. 

220 Wm. Sturch, Esq. Painted for 
the Fishmonger^ Company, 

309 Charles Agnew, Esq. 

78 H.R.H. the Duke of York. 
Painted for the Town Hall^ 
Liverpool. 
56 Lord Acheson in the dress 
worn by the Pages attendant 
upon His Majesty at the 
Coronation. 

65 The Duchess of Northumber- 
land. 



1826. 



1827. 



1824. 96 Portraits of the three younger 

daughters of C. Lyell, Esq. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
Portrait of a young lady. 
W. Marsden, Esq. 

1825. 53 Mrs. W. Turner. 
The Rt. Rev. W. H. Coleridge, 

D.D., Bishop of Barbadoes. 

Captain J. Franklin, R.N. 

Dr. Badeley. 

Lord Alexander in the dress 
he wore as Page to His 
Majesty at the Installation 
of the Knights of St. Patrick 
in 1822. 

Don Bernardino Rivadavia, 
First Minister of the Re- 
public of Buenos Ayres. 

Portraits of two sisters. 

Dr. Richardson. 

Portrait of a general officer. 

Portrait of a lady. 

The Hon. Mr. Justice Bur- 
roughs. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Major Denham in an African 
Bornouse. 

J. P. Brunei, Esq. 

G. Watson Taylor, Esq., J.P. 

The Hon. G. Agar Ellis, M.P. 

Lord Stowell. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Captain Parry. 

Rev. J. Hadow. 

Admiral J. Jones. 

Sir John Swinburne, Bart ; in- 
tended for a public Institu- 
tion at Newcastle. 

H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex. 

The Duke of Northumberland. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Portraits of three young ladies ; 
Miss Hultons. 

The Rev. E. Cogan. Painted 
by the desire of his pupils. 

1829. 7 Portrait of a gentleman. 
Mrs. Abercrombie Dick, 
Sir John Richardson. 
J. H. Green, Esq. 
E. Foley, Esq., M.P. 
Mrs. Pochin. 
David Wilkie, Esq. 
Mrs. James Stirling. 

1830. 1 E. Cradock Hartopp, Esq. 
George Case, Esq. Painted 

for the Town Hall^ Liver- 
pool. 
$8 Lady de Dunstanville. 
104 Portrait of a gentleman. 
169 The Hon. Mrs. Ramsden. 



1828. 



204 

3" 
53 
75 

98 
137 
14* 



*i5 



292 
403 

56 
66 
128 

177 
220 



60 

71 
116 
310 
382 
426 

»5 



7» 
153 
«59 
199 

462 

7 

48 

64 

84 

173 

218 

326 

401 

1 



VI. 



I30 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Phillips, Thomas, R.A.'-continued. 

1830. 178 The Hon. Mrs. Cradock Har- 

topp. 
242 The Rev. Dr. BucklanA 
446 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

1831. 6 Wilson Patten, Esq., M.P. 
24 The Earl of Winchelsea. 
87 Lord Stowell. 

106 Lady Janet Wahond. 

165 The Rev. Dr. Sleath, High 
Master of St. Paul's School 
Painted for the Mercers^ 
Company, 

198 William Phipson, Esq. 

289 Sir Alexander Johnstone in the 
dress of President of His 
Majest/s Council in Ceylon. 

410 J. Nixon, Esq. 

1832. 53 Field sports. 

67 Rev. Dr. Buckland, Professor 

of Geology, Oxford. 
76 Portrait of a lady. 

Ill B. Wahond, Esq., M.P. 

19s Mrs. Williams. 

202 Rev. A. Sedgwick, Wood- 
wardian Professor of Geo- 
logy, Cambridge. 

342 Miss Pearson. 

457 R. I. Murchison, Esq., F.R.S., 
President of the Geological 
Society. 

1833. $2 Benjamin Harrison, Esq. 

193 The Hon. Colonel Fitzgibbon. 

198 The Rev. Dr. Jones, President 
of Exeter College, Oarford. 

206 Mrs. Greaves. 

222 The Hon. Colonel Wood- 
house. 

340 Rebecca. See Ivanhoe, 

360 Davies Gilbert, Esq. Fainted 
for the Royal Society, 

465 Mrs. Curtis. 

1834. 61 Frederick Pollock, Esq. 
66 Mrs. Somerville. 

X07 Portrait of a young lady. 

in The Earl of Munster. 

193 Sir Francis Burdett, Bart., 
M.P. 

198 Sir Peter Laurie, late Lord 
Mayor and President of the 
Royal Hospitals of Bride- 
well and Bethlem. 

318 Henry Bagge, Esq. 

409 Portrait of a child, daughter of 
Aug. Bosanquet, Esq. 

1835. 38 Mrs. Preston. 

68 Lady Pollock. 

109 Rev. Dr. Gilbert, Principal of 
Brazen-Nose College, Ox- 
ford. 



1835- >i9 Anna Comnena composing 
the history of her father, 
the Emperor Alexius Com- 
nenus. 
143 H. Hallam, Esq. 
216 Mrs. Richard Cooper. 

1836. 20 The Hon. Mr. Justice Little- 

dale. 
72 Lord Lyndhurst. 
104 The Countess of Dunraven and 

her youngest son, the Hon. 

W. H. W. Qum. 
168 The Earl of Dunraven. 
188 Mrs. Ferguson and son. 
261 Mrs. Edward Cooper. 
415 Dr. Dalton. 

1837. 12 William Wallace Currie, Esq., 

first Mayor of Liverpool 

under the Municipal Reform 

Bill. Fainted for the Town 

Hall. 
52 The Duke of Roxburgh. 
87 Lord William Bentinck, late 

Governor General of India. 

Fainted for Madras, 
218 Nymph reposing. 
284 The Bishop of Lichfield. 

{Samuel Butler.) 
318 Sir Robert Chester. 
336 Andrew Spottiswoode, Esq. 
432 Mr. Serjeant Atcherley. 

1838. 14 Mrs. Freke. 

56 The Hon. Mr. Justice Little- 
dale. 

114 Mrs. Spottiswoode. 

136 Dr. Farr. Presented by Roach 
Bovell, Esq., and Michael 
Nihil Bovell, Esq., to the 
Royal London Ophthalmic 
Hospital, Moorfields. 

108 The Hon. Mr. Justice Colt- 
man. 

274 Sir W. Alexander, late Chief 
Baron of the Exchequer. 

295 Portrait of an officer of the 
7th Hussars. 

468 The Rt. Hon. Mr. Baron 
Parke. 

1839. 61 Rev, Dr. Arnold, Head Master 

of Rugby School. 
98 A posthumous portrait of the 
late Earl of Egremont; re- 
presenting his Lordship 
when about the age of 
sixty. 
165 Flora Mac Ivor, having re- 
ceived the letter sent to her 
by her brother Fergus, on 
the morning of his execution 
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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



131 



1839. 212 The Countess of Dunraven and 

her youngest son, the Hon. 

W. H. Wyndham Quin. 
300 The Earl of Dunraven in the 

Coronation robes of George 

IV. 
337 The Rev. George Shepherd, 

D.D. Painted for the Hon, 

Society of Grays Inn. 
345 Francis Baily, Esq. Painted 

for the Royal Astronomical 

Society. 
517 John Francis Davis, Esq., late 

Commissioner at Canton. 

1840. 4 A study. 

49 The late Captain Pulteney of 
the 1 2th Royal Lancers. 

67 H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex in 
the chair of the Royal So- 
ciety. Painted for the Royal 
Society, 

80 The Rt. Hon. Sir Launcelot 
Shadwell, the Vice-Chan- 
cellor. 

141 Sir John J. Guest, Bart., M.P. 

168 The Rt. Hon. Sir Nicholas C. 
Tindal, Lord Chief Justice 
of the Common Pleas. 

296 Portrait of a lady. 

297 The Rev. Richard Scott. 

Painted for the Town of 
Shrewsbury. 
34* The Rev. John Pye Smith, 
D.D., Theological Tutor of 
Homerton College. 

1 84 1. 44 Henry Villebois, Esq. 

49 Alexander Hankey, Esq. 

131 W. F. Chambers, Esq., M.D., 
K.H., F.R.S. Painted at the 
request of his pupils^ on his 
retirement from St. George's 
Hospital^ etc. 

196 The late Sir Francis Hastings 
Doyle, Bart., deputy lieu- 
tenant of the Tower and 
chairman of the Board of 
Excise. 

288 Dr. Hope. 

319 The Rev. Henry Handley 
Norris, rector of South Hack- 
ney and prebendary of St. 
Paul's and of LandafT. 

491 The Rev. W. Carr, B.D., of 
Bolton Abbey. 

550 M. B. Peacock, Esq., Solicitor 
to the General Post Office. 

1842. 70 Mrs. Richard Bevan. 

78 The Rt Rev. P. N. Shuttle- 
worth, D.D., late Bishop of 
Chichester. 



1842. 90 George Green, Esq. Painted 

for the Town Hall of the 
parish of All Saints^ Poplar^ 
etc. 

170 M. Faraday, Esq., LL.D., and 
Fullerian Professor of Chem- 
istry at the Royal Institu- 
tion. 

26 1 The Rev. George Stanley Faber, 
B.D., Master of Sherburne 
Hospital, Durham. 

309 The Rev. W. Buckland, D.D., 
Professor of Geology in the 
University of Oxford. 

468 Elhanan Bicknell, Esq. 

1843. 24 C. Potts, Esq., Treasurer of 

the Foundling Hospital. 
Painted for that Institution. 
68 Mrs. Richard Lee Bevan. 

145 The Bishop of Ely. (Joseph 
Alkn,) 

163 Thomas Priestley, Esq., Head 
Master of Mill Hill Gram- 
mar School. Painted for the 
Institution. 

203 Viscountess Glentworth. 

335 Sir John W. Lubbock, Bart. 

469 Sir Robert Throckmorton,Bart. 

1844. 61 A portrait. 

116 R. M. Jaques, Esq. Painted 
for the Farmers' Cluby Rich- 
mondy Yorkshire. 

171 T. R, Jefferson, Esq. 

181 Rev. Dr. Saunders, Head Mas- 
ter of the Charterhouse 
School. 

439 John Deacon, Esq. 
(The late.) 
1846. 183 The Duke of Roxburghe. 

PHILLIPS, T. W Painter. 

T. W. Philips, 

I, Newington Place, Surrey. 

1 82 1. 274 View on the river Orme, Devon. 

T. W. Phillips. 

1822. 40 Water mill near Torquay. 
1826. %h% A Landscape composition. 

PHILLIPS, W Painter. 

12, Ronald's Road, Highbury. 

1897. 11 13 Moreton, Dorset 

1898. 696 Near Dartmoor. 

1 90 1. 1 108 Looking over the bay. 

PHILLOTT, Miss Constance. 

Painter. 

259, Stanhope Street. 

1868. 704 In Wotton Woods. 

1869. 527 Study of a head. 



132 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Phillott, Miss Constance— ^ii//Vii#^^. 

1870. 615 A study. 
673 Agnese. 

187 1. 602 Giulia. 
760 A study. 

1873. 738 "That stranger Knight ill- 
starr'd." 

1873. *" Owen Glendower's Parliament 

House, Dolgelly. 

1874. 928 Dwellers in an old court. 

1875. 811 A Cinderella. 

1876. 815 In April. 

1877. 864 Homewards. 

1878. 807 Water-bearers. 

1879. 801 Afternoon. 

1881. 819 May, daughter of E. G. Wrig- 
ley, Esq. 

PHILLPOTTS, Miss Maud S. 

Miniature Painter. 
School House^ Bedford. 

1899. 1174 Gerald, son of A. H. Carter, 

Esq., M.D. 

1900. 1518 "Dark- eyed Carlotta, fancy 

rapt afar, etc." 

PHILP, James George, R.L 

Painter. 
/. G.Phelp, 24, Canonbury Villa. 

1848. 316 Chudleigh brook. 
499 Poltesco, Cornwall. 

/. G. PhUp. 

1849. ^^ Trefusis Wood, Falmouth. 
611 A stranded ship. 

1041 do. 

1850. 548 The Lizard Head, Cornwall. 
60X Wreck on the coast of Corn- 
wall. 

7, Camden Terrace, 
1853. 401 Near Cadgewith, coast of Corn- 
wall. 
848 St. Michael's Mount, Corn- 
wall. 

PHILPOT, Glyn W Painter. 

2a, Royal Hospital Roady 

Chelsea. 
1904. 861 The elevation of the Host. 

PHIPPS, Charles John, RS.A. 

Architect. 
5, Paragon^ Bath. 
1863. 933 Theatre Royal, Bath. 

26, Mecklenburg Square, 

1873. 1 1 31 Crockford's Auction Hall, St. 

James's Street. 
X146 Opera House, Copenhagen. 

1874. 1079 Terrace, Star and Garter Hotel, 

Richmond. 
1 100 Emmanuel Church, Dulwich. 



1876. 978 Ball room. Star and Garter, 
Richmond. 

1897. 1760 Her Majestjr's Theatre, Hay- 
market. 

PHIPPS, J Painter. 

3, Great Scotland Yard, 
1838. 406 Composition. 

PHIPSON, R. M. Architect. 

15, Bemet^s Street^ Ipswich, 

1848. 1123 Collegiate School, etc. 

1849. 1091 Building for the Vernon Gal- 

lery, etc. 
34, Moorgate Street^ and 
15, Bemer^s Street^ Ipswich, 
185a 1123 Library in Suffolk. 

1 85 1. 242 Grammar School, Ipswich. 

1852. 1149 Wax-chandlers' Hall, Gresham 

Street. 
1 152 St. Peter's Mancroft Church, 

Norwich. 
1223 Parochial Schools, Ipswich. 

1853. 1165 New church, Lowestoft. 

1854. 1 105 Woolpet church, Suffolk. 
1858. 965 Schools at^Sutton, Suffolk, etc., 

etc 
1022 West Suffolk Militia Depot, 
Bury St. Edmund's. 
i860. 636 Parochial Schools, Holbrook, 
Suffolk. 
713 Parochial School, Hovening- 
ham, Suffolk. 
1863. 931 St. Mary Tower church, Ips- 
wich. 
938 do. interior. 

1865. 781 Ingboro church, Norfolk. 

782 St. Giles's church, Norwich. 

783 Burgate church, Suffolk. 
{See also Morgan and Phipson, 

vol. V, page 293.) 

PHIZ. See Hablot K. Browne, vol. i, 
page 317. 

PHGBNIX, George Painter. 

South Bank, Bournemouth, 
1889. no The orphan. 

Darlington Street^ 

Wolverhampton, 
1891. 744 "Their useful toil." 
57, Clarence Street^ 

Wolverhampton, 

1897. 270 Compton Lock. 

5, Clarendon Street^ 

Wolverhampton, 

1898. 1535 Sir W. B. Richmond, R.A., 

K.C.B. 
1904. 1062 Bridgnorth. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



133 



PH YFFERS, Theodore Sculptor. 

44, Arthur Street^ Chelsea. 
1850. 1365 Bust of John Watkins, Esq. 
Lansdowtu Yard^ 

Guildford Street. 
1854. 147s Bust of H. S. Parkman, £sq. 
1484 Bust of J. R. Clayton, Esq. 
1510 The heavenly chorus. 
151$ The Holy Family. 

Bennefs Yard^ Westminster. 

1856. 1303 Bustof Ewan Christian, archi- 

tect. 

1857. 114S Group,representing Miss Night- 

ingale supporting a wounded 
Crimean soldier in the Scu- 
tari Hospital. 
1320 John Baling, Esq., F.R.I.B. A.; 
bust. 

1859. 1304 The late Mrs. W. B. Philpot, of 
Walesby Rectory. 

1 86 1. 1 13 1 The child's first ride. 

1863. 1094 '* rU not leave thee, thou lone 
one! etc." 

1863. I20I A. De Rothschild, Esq. 

230, Grosvenor Raw^ & IV. 

1864. 1046 The incredulity of St. Thomas. 

One of a series executed in 
bronze for the church in Farm 
Street^ Berkeley Square. 

PH YSICK, Charles Sculptor. 

16, Park Terrace. 
1833. 1112 A study in marble. 

Edward Sculptor. 

33f Spring Street, 

Portman Square. 

Bust of a gentleman. 

Monumental figure. 

Bust of a young lady. 

A bust of his son. 

Bust of Miss Freeman. 

Bust of Miss Phillips. 
A monumental figure, to be 
executed in marble. 

Bust of a young lady. 

Bust of H. G. Clough, Esq. 

Ulysses compelling Circe to 
restore his transformed com- 
panions. 

1824. 977 The parting of Hector and 
Andromache. "The Nurse 
attended with her infant boy. 
The young Astyanax, the 
hope of Troy, etc." — Homer. 

16, Park Terrace. 

1825. 1013 A cabinet bust in marble of 
His Majesty. 

1827. 1075 Posthumous bust of Miss Wil- 
kinson. 



PHYSICK, 


1810. 


770 


1811. 


900 


1813. 


904 


1814. 


809 


1815. 


M4 


1817. 


1071 


1819. 


1246 


i8ai. 


1163 


1823. 


1067 




1073 



1827. mo The nestling; to be executed 

in marble. 

1828. 1 143 Part of a monument to Mrs 

Vaughan in the church of 
Sandal Magna, Yorkshire. 

1829. 1 146 Bust of H. G. Clough, Esq., 

F.A.S. 

1830. 1196 Hymen giving advice to a 

married couple. " When 

rosy Love, etc." 
1201 The happy mother. 
1207 Part of a monument. 

1 83 1. 1 140 do. do. to Mary, 

wife of the Rev. W. Woodall, 
in St. Mary's Church, Scar- 
borough. 
1 1 50 Part of a monument in mar- 
ble. 

1832. 1 1 19 Posthumous bust of 

Ewen, Esq. 
1 1 29 John the Baptist preaching in 
the Wilderness, etc. — St. 
Mark, i. 2, 4. 

1833. 1129 Bust of Miss Curwin. 

1 1 44 Posthumous bust of Lieut.- 

General Gordon. 
1146 The nestling; in marble. 

1834. mo Bust of a young lady. 

1117 Sketch in clay of a J6gi or San- 
ydsi, a Hindu religious men- 
dicant. 
1837. 1181 Sketch in clay. Thetis dipping 
Achilles in the waters of Styx 
by which his whole body 
became invulnerable, except 
that part of his heel by which 
she held him. 

1 84 1. 1329 Model of a bust of the late Earl 

of Kingston. 

1842. 1344 Venus and Adonis; a sketch 

intended for a group. 



PHYSICK, Edward Gustavus. 

Sculptor. 
23f Spring Street, 

Portman Square. 

1822. 1031 Narcissus; a sketch in clay. 

" And while he drinks, etc" 
—Ovid. 

1823. 1107 Minerva receiving the attack 

of Mars. — Homer. 
1 131 Narcissus at the brook. 
"Thrown along the shaded 
grass, etc." — Ovid. 

1824. 974 Theseus finding his father's 

sword and sandals, "i^thra, 
daughter of Pittheus, King 
of Troezen, having brought 
Theseus to the stone which 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Physick, Edward GvLStSLVVL^—confy'nwd. 
she saw him lift up with ease, 
discovered to him the whole 
secret of his parentage, bade 
him take up the sword and 
sandals, and prepare himself 
to go to his father." — /%#- 
tank, 

1 6, Park Terrace. 
XS35. 993 Affection. 

1826. 1097 Adam and Eve discovering the 

body of Abel. "They ap- 
proach nearer, 'What do I 
see!' cried Adam, trem- 
bling and retiring back. 
* Blood! blood trickling 
from his temples! His 
head is covered with blood!' 
*0 Abel! my son! my son 
— my dear son! ' cried Eve, 
lifting up his arm, stiffened 
by death; then sunk, pale 
as the object she lamented, 
on Adam's throbbing breast." 
— Gessner, 
1102 Bust of a young gentleman, to 
be executed in marble. 

1827. 1082 Summer. "Robed in loose 

array she came. To the well- 
known pool to bathe her fer- 
vent limbs in the refreshing 
stream." 
1 101 The Captive; a sketch in clay. 
" Lamenting his fate, which 
doomed him in the vigour of 
life to be fast bound by 
chains in the prison to his 
cold and massy seat; on a 
sudden, rousing from his 
reverie in a paroxysm of de- 
spair, he seized the chain 
which bound his hand and 
foot together and broke the 
links asunder." 
20, Upper Gloucester Place, 

1829. 1 147 Bust of the Rev. Basil Wood, 

M.A., Minister of Bentinck 
Chapel and Rector of Dray- 
ton Beauchamp, Bucks. 

1830. 1278 The young robin. 

1 83 1. 1 144 The serpent tempting Eve. 

" Sidelong he works his way, 
eXc:'— Milton. 
1 178 Cabinet bust in marble of the 
late Rev. Basil Wood, M. A., 
Minister of Bentinck Chapel. 
1833. 1 131 The toilet; an unfinished 
model. 
1 161 Small model of the head of the 
Rev. Basil Wood, M.A. 



1833. 1218 Bust ofMaster William, young- 

est son of the late James 
Lomax, Esq. 
1221 Summer. " In folds loose float- 
ing fell the fainter lawn and 
fair exposed she stood. 

1834. 1038 Model of a bust of the Rev. 

Sanderson Robins, M.A., 
Minister of the Asylum, 
Lambeth, and Evening Lec- 
turer of Portman Chapel, 
Marylebone. 

1835. 1056 The bath; a model. "She, 

with careful eye, around the 
banks surveyed Ere her fair 
form the closing waves re- 
ceived." 

1072 Maternal playfulness; a groupe. 

1 121 Cabinet bust in marble of the 
Rev. Sanderson Robins, 
Minister of Christ's Chapel, 
Marylebone. 

1837. 1 187 Maternal playfulness; a group 

in marble. 

1838. 1283 Miniature model of a monu- 

ment in memory of the late 
Major-General Hay. 
Hope; a model. "With in- 
nocent delight the boy up- 
lifts his eyes, etc." 
Posthumous bust of a child. 
1 341 Head of the dying Saviour; a 
model. 

1839. 1356 Small model bust of the Rev. 

Sanderson Robins, Minister 
of Christ Chapel, Mary- 
lebone. 

1840. 1087 Model of a bust of a gentleman. 
1 108 The Captive prisoner, in a fit 

of despair, bursting bis bonds 
asunder, by which his hands 
and feet were fast bound to a 
massy stone; sketch in clay. 

1841. 1262 Maternal affection; a group. 
1304 Bust to be executed in marble 

of Master Joseph, son of 
John Whitehead, Esq., of 
Old Brompton. 

1842. 1271 Model of a nymph preparing to 

bathe. 

1843. 1435 My darling boy; a group in 

marble. 
1847. 1374 Model of the bust of the late 
Lady Smith. 
1 40 1 Model of part of the monu- 
ment, executed in marble in 
St. James's Church, Melt- 
ham Mills, near Hudders- 
field, to the memory of 
James Brook, Esq. 



1286 



1329 



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1853. 
1854. 



1855. 



1847. H14 Model, to be executed in mar- 

ble, of the bust of the late 
Miss Charlotte Louisa, only 
daughter of Thomas H. 
Smith, Esq. 

1848. 1381 Model of a child, to be exe- 

cuted in marble. 

6, Gloucester Place, 
1850. 1419 Head in marble of the dying 

Saviour. " It is finished." 
1852. 133s Small model of the figures, 
being part of a monu- 
ment, executed in marble, to 
the memory of Christopher 
Pemberton, Esq., of Cam- 
bridge, erected in Newton 
church. 
1351 The lesson; a model. 
1377 Sketch of a statue for Words- 
worth. 

1373 Nature's mirror; a model. 

1374 Model of a group, to be exe- 
cuted in stone, for the por- 
tico of the School for Female 
Orphans, Grove Road, St. 
John's Wood. "Defend the 
fatherless." 

1474 Posthumous bust, to be exe- 
cuted in marble, of Master 
John Whitehead, younger 
son of Sir John Whitehead, 
of the Royal Exchange. 

1857. 1321 Rev. George Fisk, LL.B, vicar 

of Great Malvern, for the 
Asylum for Female Orphuis, 
etc 
E, G. Physick^ senr,, 

184, Marykbone Road. 

1858. 1 201 Model of a design for a Cri- 

mean monument for Shef- 
field. 

1859. 1362 The bride. 

1861. 1 100 The bride; an ideal head in 

marble. 

1862. 1 120 The Gipsy girl. "Will you 

have your fortune told?" 

E, G. Physick. 

1864. 995 Evening; ideal marble bust. 
104$ The shipwrecked mariner cast 

ashore ; model of a group. 
E, G, Physick^ senr, 

1865. 994 Ideal; marble. 
99S do. do. 

1867. 1082 Little Red riding hood; ideal 

bust, marble. 

1868. 1039 The startled nymph; marble. 

"With timid eye around 
the banks surveying, etc." — 
TAofnson, 
1871. 121 1 Peep; an ideal head, marble. 



PHYSICK, Edward James.. .Sculptor. 
E.J. Physick, Junr,, 

20, Upper Gloucester Place. 
1848. 1360 Prometheus watching the ap- 
proach of the vulture; a 
sketch. 

6, Gloucester Place. 
1850. 1337 Pluto carrying away Proserpine. 
"While staying sportive in 
this grove, etc." 
1 391 Posthumous bust of William 
Westall, Esq., A.R.A., to be 
executed in marble. 
1854. 1409 HagarandlshmaeL "She cast 
the child under one of the 
shrubs, etc," — Genesis, xxi, 
IS, 16. 
1428 Ida, late infant daughter of 
Dr. Lamb, of Windsor Ter- 
race, Maida Hill. 
1440 Posthumous bust of Mast^ 
J. B. Basham, of Chigwell, 
Essex. 
1479 Posthumous bust of Benjamin 
Robert Haydon (to be exe- 
cuted in marble) for Phil- 
adelphia. 
1483 Little Edward. 
1520 Medallion portrait of the Rev. 
F. B. Woodward, minister of 
the British chapel at Rome. 
36, Alscp Terrace. 
1357. 1234 Model of part of a monument. 
" A father of the fatherless, 
etc." 

136, Marylebotu Rood. 
1863. 1071 Part of a monument in Arling- 
ton church, North Devon, 
in memory of the wife of 
the Rev. James Hamilton 
Chichester. " Hark ! they 
whisper. Angels say, sister 
spirit, come away." 

PHYSICK, Edward William. 

Sculptor. 
16, Park Terrace, 

Regenfs Park. 

1838. 1269 Model; part of a monument, 

executed in marble, to the 
memory of Lieut-Colonel 
By, Royal Engineers, at 
Frant church, near Ton- 
bridge Wells. 
1277 Model; part of a monument to 
Miss Vaughan, at Sandale 
Magna church, Yorkshire. 

1839. 1286 Part of a monument to the 

memory of Lady Janet Grant, 
erected at Cheltenham. 



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Phy8ick,"B. 'W .—continued. 

1843. 1472 Bust in marble of the Duke of 

Wellington. 

1844. 1300 Part of a monument, in marble. 



1837. 1194 
1839. 1314 



1843. »396 

1845. i4»o 



PHYSICK, Robert Sculptor. 

16, Park Terrace^ 

Regent's Park. 
Boy's head; a study in marble. 
John the Baptist preaching in 
the wilderness; a sketch in 
clay. 
1840. 1 1 21 Sleeping boy; a sketch in clay. 
lijeffery Street^ Camden Town, 
Sleeping boy; marble. 
Bust of a child, to be executed 
in marble. 
28, King Street^ Si. Jameses. 

1853. 136a Marble bust of the late General 
Sir Lewis Grant, K.C.H., 
Colonel of the 96th Regi- 
ment and late Governor of 
Trinidad. 

1854. 1420 Marble bust of the late Sir 
John Barrow, Bart., LL.D., 
F.R.S. 

J. Barrow, Esq.; marble. 

9, Marylebone Lane. 
Bust of the late Mrs. H. Mon- 
tefiore. 



1855. 1445 

1856. 1298 



PHYSICK, Robert Painter. 

10, Carlton Street^ 

Kentish Town. 
1859. 277 Forbidden fruit. 

1 86 1. 51 The mischievous models. 

1862. 395 The playmates. 

1863. 556 Jack and the Jackdaw. 

1864. 179 Rabbits. 



PHYSICK, Sidney Herbert. 

Sculptor. 
136, Marylebone Road. 
1890. 2089 George WiiTen; head. 
1894. 1743 Irene and her attendants taking 
down the body of St Sebas- 
tian; group. 
1896. 1829 Inspiration; statuette. 



PHYSICK, T Painter. 

^OyPleUt Terrace^ Somers Town. 
1853. 152 Italian Coast scene. 
I, Francis Street^ 

Highgate Road. 
i873* 323 Dog and rabbit. 
436 Dog and magpie. 



PHYSICK, William Sculptor. 

30, Carlton Street^ 

Kentish Town. 
1868. 944 Preparing to bathe; marble. 

PIBWORTH, Charles J. ... Sculptor. 
4, Bramerton Street^ Chelsea. 
1900. 1950 J. Hugh Thomson, Esq. ; relief. 
1954 Maxime; relief. 
1998 Margery; bust. 

Hereford Square Studios^ 

Gloucester Road, S. W. 

1902. 165 1 Professor Edward Lant^ri; 

bust. 
1709 Portrait of a lady; bust. 

1903. 1791 Gustav Ernest, Esq.; bust. 
1854 Cupid; statuette. 

14a, Cheyne Row. 

1904. 1685 The Hon. G. H. Gordon. 
1687 Mrs. Browne; bust. 

PICARD, F Painter. 

16, Robert Street, 

Hampstead Road. 
1844. 15 Sunbeam after a storm, on the 
old tower d'Ausac in Au- 
vergne. 

PIC ART, Charles H Painter. 

C. Picart, at Mr. Nutter^ s, 
WilsUad Street, 

Somers Town. 
1798. 579 Portrait of himself. 
1800. 321 do. a lady. 
C. H. Picart, 

2, East Harding Street. 
1802. 659 Miss P. L. Hunt. 

PICKBN, Andrew Painter. 

13, King William Street. 
1835. 1025 Tomb in the Cathedral of Nar- 
bonne, France. 

PICKBN, Miss Eleanor E. 

Miniature Painter. 
5, Great Randolph Street. 
1842. 980 Katherine, daughter of Sir 
Charles Forbes, Bart. 

PICKBN, J Architect. 

32, Momington Road. 
1844. 1 1 56 Interior of the Merchant 
Tailors' Hall, Threadneedle 
Street. 

PICKBN, Thomas Painter. 

13, Murray Street, 

Camden Town. 
1857. 733 The castle rock, Lynton, North 
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PICKERING, Ferdinimd ... Painter. 
14, High Sirtei^ Camden Town, 
1841. 1211 A Visit to Vandyck. "Van- 
dyck was lodged among the 
King's artists at Black friars. 
Thither Charles and his 
Queen, Henrietta Maria, 
c^ten went, viewing his per- 
formances with singular de- 
light, and frequently bespeak- 
ing pictures of themselves, 
their children, courtiers, etc." 
— WalpoU. 

184.S. 124^ Peeping Tom. "Fair Godiva, 
wife of Leofric, a potent 
Earl, embraced the offer 
which her husband had care- 
lessly made of relieving the 
men of Coventry from a 
cruel tax, if she would ride 
naked through the streets 
of that dty. Orders were 
issued, on pain of death, 
that no one should be a 
spectator, but these orders 
were disobeyed by an over- 
curious tailor, who forfeited 
hislife.** 

184^. 737 Scene from Molibre's Tartufife, 
etc., act iv, scene 6. 

1845. 1 276 The escape of Prince Rasselas. 
" Rasselas was so much de- 
lighted with a wider horizon, 
that he could not soon be 
pereuaded to return into the 
valley. He informed his 
sister that the way was now 
open, and that nothing re- 
mained but to prepare for 
their departure." 
1846. 1225 Scene from the Maya ballad of 
Cuncoh and Pixan. The 
priest and priestess, ap- 
proaching to offer copal in- 
cense to the God of War, 
discover the sacred Virgin, 
asleep in the sanctuary! the 
perpetual fire extinct! At 
the midnight hour, an arrow 
adorned with roses had 
dropped at her feet; and 
clasping to her bosom the 
relic from the object of her 
clandestine attachment, she 
was overcome by her fond 
meditations. 

^For this double crime 
daring thy service to the 
Gods, unhappy Pixan! thou 
mustdief 




She was, however, subse- 
quently delivered by her 
lo\*er. 
1847. 1064 Scene from Measure for Mea- 
sure. 'VjroAr/Ai. Sign me a 
present pardon for my bro- 
ther, etc." — Act ii, scene 4. 

1853. 440 Posada, near Algesiras, south 

of Spain. "The feast, the 
song, the revel here abounds, 
etc," — Byron. 

1854. 1190 Romeo. "But soft! what light 

through yonder window 
shines, etc." 
1250 Una Senora de Ronda, Anda- 
lusia. 

1855. '3^ Maria. 

i3$o Moor, from the coast of Africa. 

1856. 31 A study from nature. 

i7« Tyrolean hunter. "Not the 
hare that I do hunt" 
1^57- 4^ An Arab of Mocha. 

3S9 Nature and Art "Nature here 
shows art" — Skakespeart, 

1858. 176 The album. 

77 » Early dainties. 

Sxi " Sonatore Abruzzesi." 

1859. 1119 A museful moment. 
i860. 17S A moor. 

1863. 14S I>eep thought. 

38, High Street, 

Camden Town. 

1864. 51* Napolitano. 
1866. 2x9 Youth. 

444 Prayer. 
1868. 487 The convert. 

1870. 317 A Syrian Girl. 

187 1. 147 The pet 

1873. 112 Eastern dancing girl. 
1875. 447 Pious thoughts. 

1877. 522 Thinking it over. 
618 Empty. 

1878. 125 El Cura. 



PICKERING, J. L Painter. 

1874. 337 A farm study. 
$36 Late in the day. 

• Abinger Hanmer, 

Wotton, Surrey, 

1875. "'* On a voyage of discovery. 
277 Deserted. 

1876. 18 Confiscated. "Something of 

sadness had wrapt the place." 
964 The month of March. 

1877. 22 Lonely lands. 

426 "What will he do with it?" 
St, Aidants Lodge^ 

Tunbridge Wells, 

1878. 375 Evening light. 



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Pickering, J. L. — continued, 

639 Spring. "Ranging wild o'er 

hill and sea, etc.'' 
1339 The iris pool. 

1879. 561 Northern Gold. 
$96 Ashurst Downs. 

616 The Moated Grange. 

37a, Duke Street ^ St. James's, 

1880. 234 Campo deir Oro (Field of 

Gold), Corsica. 
978 Summer in Kent. 

1 88 1. 386 Woods in Winter. 

886 Close of a winter's day. 
II, Hugh Street^ 

Eccleston Square, 

1882. 589 A winter's evening. 

1883. 491 A hill side. 

37a, Duke Street y St, James's, 

1884. 495 Forgotten lives. " In the heart 

of the city they lie unknown, 
etc." — Longfellow, 

1885. 208 For the London market. 
210 Poaching. 

1887, 19 A Christmas night. "Now o'er 

the earth a solemn stillness 
ran." 
152 The song of the stream. 

7, Kersley Street^ 

Battersea Park, 

1888. 251 Monckton Marsh. "E're spring 

wakes nature from her win- 
ter's sleep." 
909 A shadowed land. 

1890. 150 A March gloaming. 
374 Oast-houses, Kent. 

Hogarth Club. 

1891. 589 February. 

770 The shadow of the hill. 
901 A wintry dell. 

1892. 525 An old world home. 

1893. *99 The refrain of a storm. 

8, Ormonde Terrace^ 

R^enfs Park. 
1896. 900 The fallen bough. 

1899. 17 Green-o'-fen Stickle, Devon. 

1900. 60 Under Roborough Down. 

1902. 682 A reverie. 

1903. 730 The peaks of Evisa, Corsica. 

1904. 421 A life's byway. 

PICKERSGILL, Frederick Richard, 

R.A Painter. 

8, Leigh Street, 

Burton Crescent. 

1839. 636 The brazen age. "They by 

each other's hands inglorious 
fell." 

1840. 1 02 1 The combat between Hercules 

and Achelous, the river god, 
for Deianira. " Rising in all 



his strength, the flood. In 
form a bull terrific, etc." — 
Sophocles. 
1 84 1 381 Amoret delivered from the en- 
chanter, Busyrane, by Bry- 
tomart. 

1842. 505 CEdipus cursing his son Poly- 

nices. " These curses I call 
on thee, etc." — Sophocles, 

1843. 155 Dante's dream. "For my 

brow to weave a garland, 
etc." 
557 Florimel in the cottage of the 
witch. "This wicked woman 
had a wicked son, etc." 

1844. 839 A Scene from Comus; the 

lady in the enchanted chair. 
The brothers rush in with 
swords drawn, wrest his glass 
out of his hand, and break 
it against the ground. His 
rout make signs of resist- 
ance, but are all driven in. 
The attendant spirit comes 
in. 

1845. 13 Amoret, ^Emylia, and Prince 

Arthur in the cottage of 
Sclaunder. " .... yet found 
no fault, but that the hag 
did scold, etc." — Spenser, 
362 The four ages. 

1846. 501 The flight of Stephano Callo- 

prini. 

During the latter part of 
the tentJi century a cruel 
enmity existed in Venice 
between the Morosini and 
Calloprini, which ended in 
the defeat and flight of the 
male part of the latter family 
from that city. 

1847. 484 The Christian Church during 

the persecutions by the 
Pagan Emperors of Rome. 

" In subterranean chapels 
(the catacombs) wher^ the 
living were separated from 
the dead by a mere tile or 
slab of stone, and sometimes 
liable to be mingled with 
them by the violence of their 
enemies, even before the 
conclusion of their worship, 
the hope of a future life 
naturally occupied a pro- 
minent place in their creed. 
The words, < I believe in the 
resurrection of the dead,' 
must have resounded with 
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1848. 



1849. >59 



463 



1850. 



185X. 



165^ 



dreary caves; and all that 
conkl bdp a trembling fiuth 
to seize the joyful reality, 
was eageriy adc^^ted."— 
Maitlamd. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

36, M&rmngt^i Cresctmi, 

279 Idleness.. ^ Waste thy joyous 

hours in needelesse paine, 

etc"— .Jjlwij^r. 

515 The Contest of Beauty for the 

girdle of Fkximel — Brito- 

marts unveiling Amoret. 

"At last the most redoubted 

Britonesse. 
Her lovely Amoret did open 

show, eUu^'—S^emstr. 
"Qroe^with the syrens three, 
Amidst the flowery kirtled 

naiades, 
Who, as they sui^ would take 

the prisoned soul. 
And lap it in Elysium." 
The Maids of Akyna, the en- 
chantress, endeavouring to 
tempt Rogero. 
" The second brings him wine 

on th' other ade. 
Making him far more thirstie 

with the sight: 
But these enticements could 
not cause him bide.* — 
Orlamdo J^rwso, 
16 Samson betrayed. "And she 
made him sleep upon her 
knees: and she called for a 
man, and she caused him to 
shave off the seven locks of 
his head.*— yiMSsrf, zvi, 19. 
Pluto carrying away Proser- 
pine, opposed by the nymph 
Cyane, eta 
55s A scene during the invasion of 
Italy by Charles VIII. 
1043 Three sketdies from the story 
of"Imalda.* 
176 The raising of the standard of 
Charles I. at Nottingham; a 
sketch for a picture. 
399 Rinaldo destroys the myrtle in 
die enchanted forest. Su 
Tosses Jerusalem Delivered. 
aai YukWEA€jnaK.—OvuPs Met. 
sis 'Tbqr saw the young diild 
wim Mary his mother, and 
fdl dofwn^ and worshipped 
dieybad 
diey 



1852. 507 «* Why then doest thou, O Man 



««4 




Waste thy joyous homes in need* 
lesse paine, etc. — Spemser. 
1853. 304 Angelo Partidpazio havii^ 
rescued his bride from the 
{urates, returns with her to 
her fiunily. 
55* Francesco Novello da Carrara, 
when escaping from the per- 
secutions of the Duke of 
Milan, is arrested by order 
of the PodesU of Vend- 
miglia. 

''The magistrate des- 
patched an officer, with ten 
soldiers, to bring the travel- 
lers before him. Francesco, 
when they overtook him, 
fought his way to the shore, 
and succeeded in getting his 
lady (who was Ql at the 
time) and her attendants on 
shipboard, but he himself 
being last, was overpowered 
and taken prisoner." — Ga- 
iards Chronicle. 
xo The death of Francesco Fos- 
cari. Doge of Venice, five 
days after his deposition, 

1457- 
''The beU of Sl Mark, 

which aimounced to Venice 

the election of Malipieri, the 

new doge, smote upon the 

earof Foscari This time his 

firmness abandoned him: it 

proved such a shock, that 

he died. 

16 Britomart unarming. 

"With that, her glist'ring 

helmet she unlaced: 

Wliich doft, her golden lockes, 

that were upbound. 

Still in a knot, unto her heels 

downe traced. 



1854. 



1855. 



Such when those Knighu and 

ladies all about 
Beheld her,all were with amaze- 
ment smiL" — Spenur, 
324 Christian conducted by Charity, 
Prudence, Piety, and Dis- 
cretion, into the Valley 
of Humiliation.— -ft/^W^ 
Progress. 
341 John sendeth his disciples to 
Christ, "Jesus answered 
and said unto them, etc." — 
Si. Matthew, xi. 



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Pickersgill, Frederick Richard— ^n- 
tinued. 

1856. 17 Love's Labour Lost. Biron, 

Rosaline, Longaville, and 
Boyet — Act ii. 
177 And he took them up in his 
arms, put his hands upon 
them, and blessed them." — 
St, Mark^ 3L 

1857. 87 The Duke Orsino and Viola. 

" Viola, My father had a 
daughter loved a man, etc." 
—Twelfth Night, Act ii, 
scene 4. 
(Elected ILA.) 

1858. 173 The bribe. "She hath tempted 

the Alcayd^ with her jewels 
and her gold, And unto her 
his prisoner that jailor false 
hath sold." {Diploma work) 

1859. 81 Warrior poets of the South of 

Europe contending in song. 
348 Dalila asking forgiveness of 
Samson. " Let me approach 
at least and touch thy hand, 
eta" 

1861. 42 Duke Frederick banishing 

Rosalind, etc. — As you 

Like it, 
77 Miranda, Ferdinand, and Pros- 

pero. — Tempest, Act iv, 

scene i. 
360 Pirates of the Mediterranean 

playing dice for prisoners. 

1862. 179 The return of a crusader. 

" Others did not reach their 
homes for many years, having 
endured innumerable hard- 
ships." 

1863. 37 Ferdinand and Miranda. — 

Tempest, Act iii, scene i. 
140 Isabella, Duchess of Clarence, 
urging her husband to aban- 
don the cause of the House 
of York, and support that of 
Lancaster, a.d. 1470. 

1864. 123 " Being held a foe, he may not 

have access to breathe such 
vows as lovers use to swear, 
etc." — Shakespeare, 
Park House, East Moulsey, 

1865. 76 A royalist family, 165 1. "Un- 

friended." 

1866. 12 Lovers. "And o'er the book 

they hung and nothing said, 
and every lingering page 
grew longer as they read." — 
Leigh Hunt. 
1868. 178 "O, that our fathers would ap- 
plaud our loves. To seal our 1 



happiness with their con- 
sents." 

1868. 198 Columbus at Lisbon. 

1869. 187 A Honiton lace manufactory. 

187 1. 136 Queen Elizabeth's commis- 
sioners accusing Mary Stuart 
of having participated in the 
murder of her husband. 
"The question is, whether 
your Grace deserved to be 
put from the government or 
not ; for if your Grace should 
be guilty of any such odious 
crime as deserveth deposal, 
then how should they be 
blamed that have deposed 
you?" 

Royal Academy, 

Burlington House, 
1875. 203 "And rising, from her bosom 
drew Old letters, breathing 
of her worth, etc." — Tenny- 
son, 

PICKERSGILL, Henry HaU. 

Painter. 
H, Pickersgill, Junr,, 

18, Soho Square. 
41 The troubadour. "At once 
his hands awoke the chords, 
etc."— Z. E, L, 
H H Pickersgill, 

36, Per^ Strut, 
340 Holy water. 
505 Charity. 

554 Preparing for hawking; a lady 
mounting her palfrey, at- 
tended by her falconer and 
page. 

18, Soho Square. 
371 An Italian cottage scene. 
652 Portrait of a lady. 
691 The Countess of Brownlow. 

1 7, Bemers Street, 
535 The death of Romeo and 
Juliet. "For never was a 
story of more woe, etc." 
521 Hush! 

550 An Italian boy with guinea 
pigs — a village scene. 

18, Soho Square, 
489 The fishermen of Ribatzky; 
a scene on the Neva, near 
St. Petersburgh. 

15, Percy Street, 

420 Faust in Margaret's prison. 

*^ Faust, The door stands 

open. ... I will risk the 

bearing thee away, etc." 

526 A ferry on the Neva. 



1834. 



1837. 
1838. 
1839. 



1841. 



1842. 



1843. 



1846. 



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1848. 619 The right of sanctuary. "In 

the reign of Richard II, 
Lord John Holland, half- 
brother to the King^ slew 
the Lord Stafford, not far 
from York. The young lord 
took sanctuary at the monas- 
tery of Sl John's of Bever- 
ley."— .^«^. 

1849. 470 " Robert (sumamed the Devil) 

returning one day from the 
chase, saw a young girl of 
Falaise washing linen with 
her companions, in a stream ; 
struck with her beauty, he 
made proposals to her fa- 
mily, through the medium of 
a cavalier in his confidence. 
She was the mother of 
William the Conqueror. — 
Thierry. 

18, Soho Square. 

1850. 461 Titania. "I know a bank 

where the wild thyme blows, 
etc" — Midsummer JWighfs 
Dream. 
42, Albert Street, 

Afomtngton Crescent. 

1 85 1. 740 Cupid and Psyche. 

77^ The finding of Moses by 
Pharaoh's daughter. "And 
when she had opened it, she 
saw the child, and, behold, 
the babe wept, etc." — 
Exodus, ii, 6. 

447 Romeo and Juliet, "/w/. Wilt 
thou be gone, etc." 

14, Stratford Place. 

The toilette. " For whom do 

those busy fingers ply, etc." 

The mother and child. "To 

watch thy dawn of little joys, 

^ic:'—Byron. 

534 Sir H. Halford, Bart., M.P. 

573 Portrait of a lady. 

1855. 20$ An Italian mother praying for 

her sick child 
395 The parrot 
507 Miss Archibald. 

1856. 148 Mrs. Handyside. 
170 Miss Haddon. 
502 Saying grace. 

577 W. Handyside, Esq. 

1857. 251 Miss Barry Baldwin. 
337 Mrs. Sidney Grenfell. 
492 John Baker, Esq. 

20, Upper Berkeley Street. 

1858. 277 Robert Aglionby Slaney, Esq., 

M.P. for Shrewsbury. Sub- 
scription portrait. 



1852. 
1854. 



118 



3»7 



1858. 



i»59. 



i860. 



1861. 



516 The children of Dudley 
C. Majoribanks, Esq., M.P. 
575 Hon. Mrs. Henr>' Selwyn. 
Henry Selwin, Esq. 
R. A. Slaney, Esq., M.P. 
Robert Burton, Esq., of Long- 
nea Hall, near Shrewsbur}\ 
3$ Mrs. Lister. 

Mrs. Du Pre Grenfell. 
513 Mrs Clements of Shrewsbury. 
530 Mrs. John Samuda of Stafford- 
shire. 

(The late.) 
530 Study of a Knight in armour. 



»«7 

498 
633 



402 



PICKERSGILL, Mrs. H. H. (Jane). 

Painter. 

15, Percy Street. 
1848. 709 Fruit. 
745 do. 
1038 do. 

20, Upper Berkeley Street, 
1862. 44 A study. 

182 Italian Peasant Girl. 
449 " And spent the pleasant holi- 
days In catching minnows in 
the brook." 
546 The forfeits. ** What is to be 
done to the owner of this 
pretty thing? " 

PICKERSGILL, Henry William, ^.^. 

Painter. 

19, Grevilie Street, 

Hatton Street. 
482 Mr. W. Hall. 
616 Portrait of himself. 
86 Minster point, Isle of Sheppy. 
564 Mrs. W. Hall. 
255 Portraits of the daughter and 

Newfoundland dog of F. 

Hommey, Esq. 
480 Sheemess as seen from the 

Isle of Grain. 
160 A Highland piper. 
426 Master Dourousset of Covent 

Garden Theatre. 
441 Portrait of a gentleman. 
452 Mrs. Burnaby. 
26 Portrait of a lady. 
125 The shepherd boy. "On airy 

downs the idling shepherd 

\x^^:'--Bloomfield. 
155 Portrait of a gentleman. 
301 do. do. 

56 Miss S. Booth, of the Theatre 

Royal, Covent Garden. 
124 Portrait of a gentleman. 



1806. 
1808. 
1809. 

1810. 



1811. 



1812. 



1813. 



142 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pickersgill, 


Henry William— continued. 


1819. 208 


The Bishop of Chester. (G. H. 


1813. 344 


Portrait of a lady. 




Law.) 


350 


Mr. Terry of the Theatre 


216 


Major-General Sir R. Wilson, 




Royal, Haymarket. 




M.P. 


397 


Lord Kirkwall. Painted for 


278 Baron O'Naghtan. 




Denbigh Town HcdL 


377 


Portrait of a lady. 




28, Leicester Square. 


4" 


Mr. E. Franklin. 


1814. 194 


Mr. Young in the character of 


412 


Arch. Napier, Esq. 




Cassius. 


43 « 


Major Digby Mackworth, Aid- 


198 


The death of Blanche. Vide 




de-Camp to General Lord 




the Lady of the Lake. 




Hill. 


208 


Portrait of a gentleman. 


438 


Sir Digby Mackworth, Bart. 


209 


do. lady. 


1820. I 


W. Williams, Esq., Provincial 


252 


do. do. 




Grand Master for the 


483 


Mr. Stock. 




County of Dorset. Painted 


556 


Mrs. Stock. 




for the Brethren of All-Souls' 




18, Soho Square. 




Lodge, and intended for 


1815. 114 


Mr. Terry of Covent Garden 




the Masonic Lodge at Wey- 




Theatre. 




mouth. 


"5 


J. Poole, Esq. 


"5 


Portraits of the daughters of 


>75 


A scene from Midsummer 




T. Bellamy, Esq. 




Night's Dream. '' Titania. 


*3i 


— Lewis, Esq., of Lincoln's 




Come sit thee down upon 




Inn. 




this flowery bed, etc." 


360 


Portrait of a young lady. 


194 


Portrait of a lady as Ellen. 


1821. 100 


W. Wilkinson, Esq. 




"In listening mood she 


166 W. Llewellyn, Esq. 




seem*d to stand The guar- 


201 


Portrait of a lady. 




dian Naiad of the strand." 


211 


The Dean of Gloucester. (John 


206 Portrait of an old lady. 




Flumtree.) 


37* 


Mrs. Dickons. 


270 


Portrait of a lady. 


1816. 53 


Miss Matthews of Theatre 


340 


Morning. " Now morn her 




Royal, Covent Garden. 




rosy steps in th' eastern 


«34 


Portrait of a lady. 




clime, etc." — Milton. 


301 


Mr. T. Cooke of Theatre 


47 > 


Dr. Outram. 




Royal, Drury Lane. 


1822. 48 


Mrs. Harford. 


1817. 156 


Mr. P. Norton. 


"7 


Portrait of a nobleman. 


389 Portraits of a lady and child. 


148 


Mrs. Phillipps. 




"Come! and trip it as you 


»59 


Mrs. Hannah More. 




go On the light fantastic 


167 


Lord Lilford. 




toe." 


189 


Mr. Gandy, A.R.A. 


1818. 5 


Mr. J. T. Smith, Keeper of the 


244 


Cupid. "As bards have seen 




Prints in the British Mu- 




him in their dreams, Down 




seum. 




the blue Ganges laughing 


26 


Sir Francis Desanges. 




glide upon a rosy lotus leaf, 


Id 


Pity, the Daughter of Love and 




Qtc'^—Lallah Rookh. 




Sorrow. 


334 


R. Fletcher, Esq. 




"The sullen and unami- 




(Elected A.R.A.) 




able features of her mother 


1823. I 


Judge Best. 




were so mixpd. . . . She 


36 


Mrs. James Stevens. 




wore on her head a garland 


i»3 


Rev. George Hulme. 




composed of her father's 


189 J. T. Barber Beaumont, Esq. 




myrtles twisted with her mo- 




Painted by order of the 




ther's cypress 




Members of the Provident 




" And while yet young, a 




Life Assurance Office. 




dove pursued by a hawk. 


>55 


Rev. E. Price Owen. 




flew into her bosom." 


261 


L'Improvisatrice. 


171 


The Bishop of Gloucester. 


465 


Rev. R. Roberts. 




{Hon. Henry Ryder.) 


1824. 3 


Lady Elizabeth Belgrave. 


344 


Portrait of a gentleman. 


19 


Lord Belgrave. 


367 G. Henderson, Esq. 


78 Evelyn Shirley, Esq. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



143 



1824. 


126 The oriental Love Letter. " 


By i 


1830. 188 Mrs. T. Haynes Bayly. 




all those token flowers that 


243 J. G. Lockhart, Esq. 




tell, etc"*— ByroH. 




303 Miss Marsh. 




166 Mrs. Delafield. 




353 William T. Brande, Esq. 




342 Arthur Stanhope, Esq. 




379 Miss Ellen Marsh. 




354 The Duke of Norfolk. 




1 83 1. 70 Lady Clanwilliam. 




415 J. Delafield, Esq. 




1 33 Lord Lyndhurst. 


1825. 


9 Mrs. Morison. 




171 Edward Lytton Bulwer, Esq., 




39 J. S. Buckingham, Esq., i 


ind 


author of Pelham, Deve- 




Mrs. Buckingham. The 


reux, Paul Clifford, etc. 




former in the costume 


of 


172 Lieut.-General the Rt. Hon. 




Turkish Arabia, which 


he 


Sir George Murray, G.C.B., 




woreduringhistravelsamong 


and representative in Par- 




the Arab tribes. 




liament for the county 




176 Miss L. E. Landon. 




of Perth. PainUd for the 




184 Earl Comwallis. 




County HcUL 




246 Captain Beauchamp Proctor, 


291 Sir John Gears Cotterell, Bart., 




R.N. 




M.P. PainUdfor the Shire 




277 Portrait of a gentleman. 




Hall of Hertford. 




325 John Buller, Esq. 




363 Charles Kemble, Esq. 




354 Lady Susan Reeve. 




1832. 15 General Lord Hill, Comman- 




(Elected R.A.) 




der-in-Chief. 


1826. 


28 The late Lord Lilford. 




62 Lady Coote and child. 




159 Lady Rodney. 




126 The Rt. Hon. Henry Goul- 




168 Medora. ** The sun hath sunk 


burn. 




— and darker than the ni| 


5ht. 


154 The Duke of Buccleuch. 




etc."—TA^ Corsair. 




253 Mrs. Macleod. 




188 Portrait of a lady. 




448 Lord Charles Townsend. 




252 Lady Astley. 




1833. 6 Baron D'Humboldt, painted 




287 Sir Jacob Astley, Bart. 




in Paris in the autumn of 




304 Lord Rodney. 




1831. 




337 John Poole, Esq. 




33 The Rt. Hon. the Speaker. 


1827. 


S3 Portrait of a lady. 




{Manners Sutton,) 




57 Portrait of the eldest son 


of 


88 The Eari of Eldon. Painted 




Sir Jacob Astley, Bart. 




for the Hall of the Merchant 




72 Mrs. Cooke. 




Taylors^ Company, 




174 Lady Jemima Mann. 




118 The Marquis of Bath. Painted 




217 Mrs. Jones. 




for the Town Hall of War- 




254 Mrs. Beauchamp Proctor. 




minster, 




372 John Jones, Esq. 




199 Mrs. Martin Smith. 




416 Rev. Dr. Phillpots. 




312 Earl Spencer. Painted for the 


1828. 


16 Viscount Broome. 




Royal Institution, 




85 Portrait of a lady. 




364 Portrait of a lady. 




147 The Minstrel of Chamouni 




480 Lord Henley. 




191 Portrait of a lady. 




1834. 19 William Wordsworth, Esq. 




231 Lord Mandeville. 




Painted for St. John's Col- 




238 B. Way, Jun., Esq. 




lege^ Cambridge, 




269 W. H. Miller, Esq. 




74 Mr. Justice Bosanquet. 




420 Rev. J. Stock, A.M. 




81 Sir Roland Hill, Bart. 


1829. 


18 A Greek girt. 




177 Francis Coust, Esq., late Chair- 




27 Portrait of a lady. 




man of the Middlesex Ses- 




41 Miss Norton. 




sions. Painted for the great 




127 Jeremy Bentham. 




room in the Sessions House. 




14* A Contadina and child. 




327 Rigby Watson, Esq., M.P. 




226 Michael Faraday, Esq. 




367 John Murray, Esq. 




342 Mrs. Royds. 




1835. 11 Lady Augusta Baring. 




477 Dr. Bowring. 




19 The Duke of Newcastle. 


1830. 


87 The Eari of Surrey. 




73 Bryan Holme, Esq. Painted 




137 The Duke of Norfolk. 




for the Law Institution. 




173 William Nash, Esq. 




125 Mrs. Fairlie. 



144 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pickersgill, Henry William, R,A,— con- 
tinued. 

1835. 166 Field -Marshal the Duke of 

Wellington. 
246 Sir Charles Bagot. 
302 Colonel Powell, M.P. 
398 Lord Gardner. 

1836. 67 Lieut. - General Sir James 

Kempt. Painted by com- 
mand of His Majesty for the 
Waterloo Gallery at Wind- 
sor CcLstle. 

109 Dr. Symons, Warden of Wad- 
ham College. Painted for 
Wadham College. 

181 Portrait of a lady as a pilgrim. 

183 Earl de Grey. Painted for the 

United Service Club, 
223 Sir Henry Wheatley. 

1837. 72 Sir John Conroy. 

175 A Syrian maid. "Her dark 
eye gazes on the flowers, 
etc." 

185 Lady Hill and child. 

199 Edward Lawford, Esq. Painted 
for the Draper^ Company, 

264 The Duke of Norfolk. 

357 Mr. Alderman Daniel of Bris- 
tol. Painted for the Council 
House, Bristol, 

425 L.ord Hatherton. 

508 Rear -Admiral Sir Edward 
Bruce, K.C.B. 

1838. 20 Mrs. Holland Achers. 

99 The Bishop of Salisbury. {Ed- 
ward Denison.) Painted for 
Merton College, Oxford, 
129 Lady Garvah and her son, the 
Hon. Albert S. G. Can- 
ning. 

184 The Duke of Hamilton and 

Brandon. 

260 Colonel Clitherow, Chairman 
of the Committee of Visiting 
Justices for the County Lu- 
natic Asylum at Hanwell. 
Painted for Hanwell Asylum, 

317 Vice-Admiral HoUis. 

341 Charles Druce, Esq. Painted 
for the London Life Associa- 
tion, 

477 The Rev. Daniel Williams, 
Prebendary of Winchester. 
Presented to him on his re- 
tirement from the Head Mas- 
tership of Winchester Col- 
lege in 1835. 
1^39. 14 Portrait of an officer of the 
2nd regiment of Life Guards. 
81 The Duke of Somerset, K.G. 



1839. 164 



218 
301 



402 
420 



516 
1840. 14 



57 



147 
150 

161 



»5" 



449 

502 

1841. 10 

167 



187 
278 



33» 

368 

47» 

1842. 69 

III 

133 



165 



260 



The Hon. Mount Stuart El- 
phinstone. Painted for the 
Oriental Club House, 

Lord Lyndhurst. 

Portrait of the author of the 
"City of the Sultan," the 
" Romance of the Harem," 
etc. 

John Masterman, Esq. Painted 
for the City Club House, 

Thomas Bucknall Estcourt, 
Esq., M.P. for the University 
of Oxford. Painted for Cor- 
pus Christi College, Oxford, 

Lee Warner, Esq. 

The Duke of Norfolk, K.G., 
Hereditary Earl Marshal of 
England. Painted for the 
Corporation of Cutlers of 
Sheffield 

The Duke of Buccleuch and 
Queensbury, K.G. 

Edward Majoribanks, Esq. 

The Marquess of Douglas and 
Clydesdale. 

Sir James Rivett Carnac, Gov- 
ernor of Bombay. Painted 
for the Oriental Club, 

William Thompson, Esq., Al- 
derman and M.P., President 
of Christ's Hospital- Painted 
for Chris f 5 Hospital, 

Henry Pownal, Esq. 

George Robins, Esq. 

William Harrison Ainsworth, 
Esq. 

Mrs. O'Brien. 

William Lawrence, Esq. Painted 
for St, Bartholomew's Hos- 
pital, 

Portrait of a lady. 

The children of the desert. 
"Child of the desert! why 
beside the well still lingerest 
thou? etc." 

Portrait of an officer in the 
Hungarian service. 

William Wordsworth, Esq. 

Rear-Admiral Skipsey. 

Mrs. Pulleine. 

Portraits of two sisters. 

Sir Charles Morgan, Bart. 
Painted for the Equitable 
Life Assurance Office, 

The Hon. Captain William 
Gordon, R.N., M.P. Painted 
for the County rooms, Aber- 
deen, 

Portrait of a gentleman as a 
pilgrim. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



145 



1842. 


354 




43* 




520 


1843. 


61 




"4 




»Si 




i«5 




3*7 




37» 




S^7 


1844. 


"5 




134 



1845- 



186 



189 
285 



387 

4»5 



60 
116 
206 



*34 
381 
41* 
57" 
1846. 3» 



"45 



1847. 
VI. 



»93 
202 



»*7 
351 
395 



530 

75 



Richard Sanderson, Esq., M.P. 

Rev. Ralph Lyon, D.D., Head 
Master of Sherborne School, 
Dorset, etc. 

Martin Ware, Esq. 

Countess Bective. 

Mrs. L. C. Humphrey. 

Mrs. George Capes. 

Viscount Eastnor. 

T. Hardy, Esq., M.P. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Professor Narrien. Painted for 
the Royal Military College^ 
Sandhurst, 

Portrait of a lady. 

Charles William Packe, Esq., 
M.P. for Leicestershire. 

Hon. Captain William Gordon, 
R.N., M.P. for Aberdeen- 
shire. 

G. Loftus, Esq. 

Maternal affection. " And joy- 
ful in a mother's gentlest 
cares, etc." 

Rev. C. H. Bower. 

The Very Rev. the Dean of 
Westminster. {Thomas Tur- 
ton.) 

Mrs. Crellin. 

Mrs. Peter Arkwright 

Professor Owen, of the College 
of Surgeons. 

George Stevenson, Esq. 

The Misses St. Aubyn. 

Mrs. General Frederick. 

W. Fuller Maitland, Esq. 

Ruth and Boaz. "Go not to 
glean in another field, 
neither go from hence, but 
abide here fast by my maid- 
ens, etc." 

Field Marshal the Duke of 
Wellington, etc. Painted 
for the City of London 
Club. 

Mrs. W. R. Robinson. 

Sir Henry De la Beche, Direc- 
tor General of the Geological 
survey of the United King- 
dom. 

Andrew Clarke, Esq., of Com- 
rie Castle, Perthshire. 

Edward Bedcet Denison, Esq., 
M.P. 

George Crawford Antrobus, 
Esq., Captain of the King's 
Cheshire Yeomanry. Pre* 
sentation portrait. 

W. R. Robinson, Esq. 

Mrs. George Dering. 



1847. 81 John Edmund Dowdeswell, 

Esq., Master in Chancery. 
98 Henry Hallam, Esq. 

156 Robert Vernon, Esq. 

173 John Heathcote, Esq., M.P. 
Fainted for the Literary and 
Scientific Institution of Not- 
tingham, 

308 Joseph Baxendale, Esq. 

316 The Venerable Archdeacon 
Dealtry. 

352 The Very Rev. the Dean of 
Christchurch, Oxford. {Tho- 
mas Gaisford,) 

1848. 93 Portraits of two sisters. 

156 The Hon. Robert H. Clive, 
M.P., Lieut. - Colonel, 
Queen's Own Worcestershire 
Yeomanry Cavalry. Pre- 
sented to Lady Harriet Clive. 

186 The old oak chest. See Tales 

of a Rambler. ** It closed 
with a spring, and her bridal 
bloom Lay withering there 
in a living tomb, etc." — 
Thos, Haynes Bayly. 

209 Dr. Moore, Prebendary of Lin- 
coln Cathedral, Rector of 
Spalding, Lincolnshire. 

366 Captain Sir James Clark Ross, 
R.N., H.M.S. Enterprise. 

394 Henry Beaufoy, Esq., F.R.S. 
Painted for the City of London 
School. 

504 Matthew Forster, Esq., M.P. 

512 Portrait of a young lady. 

1849. 78 Sir Roderick Impey Murchi- 

son, F.R.S., F.G.S., etc. 
85 Charles Barry, Esq., R.A. 
145 Admiral Sir Edward Owen, 

G.C.B. 

187 Mrs. Pritchard of Broseley, 

Shropshire. 

212 Thomas Cubitt, Esq. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

264 Sir Robert Buckley Comyn, 
late Chief Justice of Her 
Majesty's Supreme Court, 
Madras. 

337 Thomas Grissell, Esq., F.S.A. 

480 The Hon. and Very Rev. the 
Dean of Windsor. {Hon. 
George Neville Grenville.) 

1850. 66 Samuel Amory, Esq. 

85 Nourmahal: the Light of the 

Harem. 
130 Sir Harry Dent Goring, Bart., 
in his uniform as Captain of 
the Duke of Norfolk's Yeo- 
manry. 



146 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pickersgill, Henry William, R,A. — con- 
tinued. 
1850. 142 





3»7 


I85I. 


370 

483 

8 

66 




128 




184 




189 




390 




449 




495 


1852. 


61 



Quarles Harris, Esq., Founder 
of the Royal Orthopoedic 
Hospital. Presentation por- 
trait, 
181 Sir Robert Harry Inglis, Bart., 
M.P. 

W. B. Willcox, Esq., M.A. 

Monsieur Colomb. 

Portrait of a traveller. 

A falconer. 

Lord Brougham. 

Mr. Justice Talfourd. 

Portrait of the poet Words- 
worth. 

Rev. Dr. Goulbum, Head 
Master of Rugby School. 

The Rev. Dr. Routh, President 
of Magdalen College, Ox- 
ford. Painted for Magdalen 
College Hall. 

Dr. Watson. Painted for St, 
Bartholomevfs Hospital. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

14, Stratford Place, 

Lord Truro. Painted for the 
Hall of the Incorporated Law 
Society^ Chancery Lane, 
65 A lady in a modem Greek cos- 
tume, 
no General Sir Charles Napier, 
G.C.B. 

200 John Humpher)', Esq., M.P. 

and Alderman, Governor of 
the Hon. the Irish Society. 
Painted for the Irish Cham- 
ber, Guildhall, 

204 Dr. Paris as President of the 
College of Physicians. 

330 William Hopkins, Esq., M.A. 
of St. Peter's College, Cam- 
bridge. Painted for the Col- 
lege, 

381 General Lord Gough, G.C.B., 
and his grandson Master 
Arbuthnot. 

508 The Rev. Joseph Hunter, 
F.S.A, Painted for the Hall 
of the Company of Cutlers^ 
Sheffield, 
1853. 123 Madame Delpierre. 

181 Thomas Cotterell, Esq., Sheriff 
of London and Middlesex 
in 1852. Presentation por- 
trait, 

201 Maternal affection. "Joyful in 

a mother's gentlest cares, 
etc." 
208 The Rev. J. B. Dyne, A.M., 



1853. 387 

1854. 56 

64 

78 



181 



304 
584 
1855. 86 
160 
214 



3*5 

369 

477 



549 



625 
1856. 87 



93 



187 
361 

374 
4"7 



558 



Head Master of the High- 
gate School. Presentation 
portrait, 

Edward Foster, Esq. 

Mrs. J. M. Williams of Pen- 
greep, Cornwall. 

The Archbishop of Canterbury. 
{Dr, Sumner,) 

The Rev. Barnard Smith, A.M., 
Fellow and Senior Bursar of 
St. Peter's College, Cam- 
bridge. Presentation por- 
trait. 

Col. G. A. Legh Keck, Prince 
Albert's Own Yeomanry, 
Leicestershire. 

Mrs. F. Daniel. 

James D. Mackenzie, Esq. 

Sir James Emerson Tennant. 

Mrs. H. Coryndon Luxmore. 

The Very Rev. Llewelyn Lew- 
ellin, M.A., D.C.L., Oxon. 
Dean of St. David's, and 
Principal of St. David's Col- 
lie, Lampeter. Presentation 
portrait. 

Sir Charles Young, Garter 
King of Arms, D.C.L., 
F.S.A. 

John Godfrey Teed, Esq., 
Q.C. 

A Hindoo girl, on the bank 
of a river, about to commit 
her lamp to the stream. 
"This ceremony is so fre- 
quent on the banks of the 
Ganges, that often in the 
dusk of the evening the 
river is seen glittering all 
over with lights." 

The late George Leith Roupell, 
M.D., F.R.S., Physician to 
St. Bartholomew's Hospital. 
Painted for the Hospital, 

Dr. Crellin. 

The Persian Maid. "Theyoung 
village maid, when with 
flowers she dresses, etc." — 
The Fire Worshippers, 

Richard Owen, Esq., F.R.S., 
Hunterian Professor of Ana- 
tomy and Physiology, etc. 

Miss Emily Ramsbottom. 

Signor Laiaita. 

The late Mrs. Crellin. 

Thomas Bell, Esq., F.R.S., 
President of the Linnaean 
Society. Painted for that 
Body. 

Mrs. Gooden. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



147 



«3> 
'39 

205 



3«3 

585 



1857. 86 Major Mackenzie of the 72nd 
Highlanders. 

John Tidd Pratt, Esq. 

Roderick Mackenzie, Esq., of 
Glack, Aberdeenshire. 

Earl Manvers, President of St. 
Mary's Hospital. Painted 
for the Board Room, 

Mrs. I^mbert. 

Dr. Lyon Playfair, C.B., 
F.R.S., President of the 
Chemical Society. 

William Forsyth, Esq., Q.C. 

Ruth. 

Rev. John Barlow, M.A. 
Painted for the Royal Insti- 
tution. 

A portrait. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Leonora d'Este reading Tasso. 

R. B. Wilson, Esq. 

Thomas Smith, Esq., late 
Sheriff for the County of 
Hampshire. 

Mrs. Turbutt. 

Robert Baines Armstrong, 
Esq., Recorder of Manches- 
ter. Painted by order of the 
Bar of Manchester, 

Mrs. Wilson, 

Gladwin Turbutt, Esq. 

Hamlet and Horatio. "Prithee, 
Horatio, tell me one thing, 
etc." 

Charles Lewis Gruneisen, Esq., 
F.R.G.S., Secretary to the 
Conservative Land Society. 

Sir John Bowring. 

Daniel Thomas Evans, 
F.G.S., Barrister-at-Law. 

John Arthur Roebuck, Esq., 
M.P., Q.C. 

Edward Bullen, Esq., Special 
Pleader. Presentation por- 
trait, 

Mrs. Mackenzie. 

James Claude Webster, Esq., 
F.A.S., Barrister-at-Law. 
427 A priest of the Nestorian 
Christians closing an expo- 
sition on the Gospel of St. 
Luke. 
579 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1 86 1. 24 George Smith, Esq. 
46 A Spanish lady. 
165 C.F.Skey,Esq.,F.R.S.,Surgeon 
to St. Bartholomew's Hos- 
pital; late President of the 
Royal Medical and Chirur- 
gical Society of London. 



1858. 66 
100 
226 



281 
302 

577 
1859. 24 

64 



88 

212 



*3i 

370 
381 



606 



i860. 



II 
65 

I5» 
183 



192 
324 



1863. 



83 
192 

3«S 
373 
567 



r3 



200 
280 
646 



1 86 1. 168 Dr. Boyd, M.P. for Coleraine, 

North of Ireland. Painted 
for the Town Hall, Cole- 
raine. 
1(23 A falconer of the olden time. 

1862. S2 **Ah! mayest thou ever be 

what now thou art, etc." — 

Byron, 
57 Blondel in search of his 

master, Richard Coeur de 

Lion. 
Mrs. Baker. 

The Hon. Mr. J. Baker. 
Portrait of a deceased lady. 
The rivals. 
Nourmahal. "The mask is 

off, the charm is wrought." 
An Oriental love-letter. Vide 

Byron's '' Maid of Athens:' 
Desdemona's intercession for 

Cassio. "When shall he 

come? Tell me, Othello, etc." 

— Othello^ Act iii. scene 2. 
George Peabody, Esq. 
Cottage chicks. 
Cupid. "He little knew how 

well the boy Can float 

upon a goblet's streams, 

etc." — Moore, 

1864. 140 The murder of Desdemona by 

Othello. "But while I say 
one prayer, etc."— The Moor 
of Venice, 

1865. 153 Daniel D. Home, Esq. 

1866. 41 Marshall Turner, Esq. 
William Marsden, Esq., M.D., 

founder of the Cancer Hos- 
pital. Painted for the Board 
Roofn, 

W. S. Savory, Esq., F.R.S. 

Field flowers. 

3, Blandford Square, 

1867. 231 Portrait of an Ayah. 
Portrait of a lady. 

1870. 159 General Lafayette presenting 
the act of Amnesty to the 

National Assembly in 1789, 
He organized the National 
Guard, and was a zealous 
partisan of the French Re- 
volution. The head fainted 
in Paris in iS^i ; the picture 
finished in 1869-70 
204 La Contessa Guiccioli. Painted 
in August, 1832. The pic- 
ture finished in 1869-70. 

1 87 1. 1108 The first lesson. 
1128 Fidelity. 

1872. 213 The streamlet. 

291 Medora. " The sun had sunk 



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539 

597 

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569 

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148 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1834. 



1835. 
1837. 



1838. 



Pickersgill, Henry William, R.A. — con- 
tinued, 

and darker than the night, 
etc." — Byron^s Corsair. 
1872. 434 Dr. Boyd, late M.P. for Cole- 
raine. 
1029 The Rev. Professor Cheetham, 
of King's College. 

PICKBRSGILL, Miss M. A. 

Miniature Painter. 

Miss M, Pickersgilly 

18, Soho Square. 

457 The Votaress. "Tis not the 
missaFs page, or holy shrine, 
alone can charm the youth- 
ful votaress' eye, etc." 

Miss M. A, Pickersgill. 

540 A Norman peasant and child. 

588 Thekla at the tomb of Max 
Piccolomini. Vide Schiller's 
Wallenstein, 

819 Portrait of a lady. 

828 Portrait of a young lady. 

886 Portrait of a lady. 

900 Miss Esther Knowles. 

962 Portrait of a gentleman. 

PICKBRSGILL, Richard ... Painter. 
6 Northampton Street^ 

Kent Road. 

18 1 8. 424 A calm — morning. 

18 1 9. 1009 Margate Sands. 

1820. 525 A coast scene — morning. 

29, Hadlow Street^ 

Burton Crescent. 

182 1. 933 His Majesty's schooner Snap- 

per, commanded by Lieu- 
tenant H. Thrackston, 
becalmed off Sable d'Ol- 
lonne, nth July, 181 1, was 
boarded and taken posses- 
sion of by the French, after 
an obstinate contest of above 
two hours with a flotilla. 
. 1822. 527 View on the banks of the 
Thames near Battersea. 

1823. 616 The Thames from Rother- 

hithe — morning. 

1824. 509 View at Hadham on Ash, 

Hertfordshire. 
523 Walthamstow Ferry. 

1825. 862 The loss of the Hon. East 

India Company's ship the 
Kent, by fire, in the Bay of 
Biscay, March i, 1825. 

1826. 525 The loss of the Ogle Castle, 

East Indiaman, wrecked on 
the Goodwin Sands, Novem- 



ber 3, 1825, when all on 
board perished. 

1827. 83 A coast scene — sunrise. 

1828. 36 Sea beach, Ashing boats. 

1829. 478 Table Bay, the Cape of Good 

Hope. 

23, Park Road^ Dais ton. 

1 83 1. 859 Blackwall on the Thames. 

Clapton. 

1832. 664 At the Village of Trefrew, near 

Llanroost, North Wales. 

1833. 534 The village of Llanhysted, be- 

tween Aberystwjth and Aber- 
yson, Cardiganshire. 

1835. 482 In Gloucestershire. 

Clapton. 

1836. 424 Sunset off" the Coast of Devon- 

shire. 

561 At Lea Bridge, on the Lea. 
1^37' 57* Capel Cearig, North Wales. 

908 At Woodford. 
1840. 355 Sunset after a storm. 

1842. 674 Forest scenery. 

1843. 983 Queen Elizabeth's Lodge, at the 

Warren, Chingford, Essex. 

1844. Ill 5 Warwick Castle. 

1845. 584 In North Wales— a fall of the 

Llugwy. 

PICKBRSGILL, Miss Rose M. 

Painter. 
Westcombe Lodge^ Hayes. 
1889. 477 A head. 

PICKBTT, Miss Mary S Painter. 

6, Warlingham Grove^ 

East Dulwich Road. 

1892. 1262 "She clad herself in a russet 

gown, She was no longer 
Lady Clare." 

1893. 1 1 56 "Perhaps some angels read it 

as they move, And cry to one 
another full of ruth. Her 
heart is breaking for a little 
love." — Christina Rossetti. 
62, Marmora Road, 

Honor Oak. 
1074 Forty winks. 

1299 Little Nell in the Old Church. 
— Old Curiosity Shop. 
15, College Chambers, 

High Holbom. 
1345 Vincent, son of Arthur H. Law- 
rence, Esq. 



1894. 
1898. 



1899. 



PICKBTT, W Painter. 

480, Strand. 

1 792. 746 View of thebridge at Rochester. 

1793. 640 View of Rochester Castle. 



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149 



1798. 



1799. 

1800. 
1801. 



1803. 
1804. 



1805. 

1806. 
1807. 



1808. 



1809, 
1810 



1811 



976 



662 
903 
33a 



II, Calthorpe Place, 
436 A portrait. 
461 do. 

682 A View near Putney. 

480, Strand. 
1015 View of Twickenham. 

448, Strand. 
473 View of Broadstairs. 
305 Portrait of Mr. Wilson of the 

Wellesley East Indiaman. 
927 Front view of the Abbey gate, 
Bury St. Edmund's, Suffolk. 
1802. 333 View of Angel-hill, Bury St. 
Edmund's. 
View of the East Gate bridge, 
Bury St. Edmund's. 

1 2, Arabella Raw, 
A View of Bury St. Edmund's. 
A View in Kent. 
Privates of the ist and 2nd 
battalions of the Queen's 
Royal Volunteers. 
496 View from Hungerford Stairs, 
looking down the river 
Thames. 
52 View of the Reculvers, near 

Margate. 
299 View in the Isle of Thanet. 
3^9 do. do. 

553 Figures on their way to the 

Cottage. 
119 Lighthouse and entrance to 
Ramsgate harbour. 
View of Rochester Castle, 
bridge, and part of the town. 
View of Eridge Castle, the 
seat of the Earl of Aber- 
gavenny, near Tunbridge 
Wells. 
View of Broadstairs, Isle of 

Thanet. 
Mr. Goss. 
Mr. Bains. 

Portraits of the son and 

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. 

Purse. 

981 South front of Edridge Castle, 

near Tunbridge Wells. 

Itinerant ballad-singers at a 

country ale-house door. 
A cottage door; companion to 
"A Country Ale-housedoor," 
exhibited last year. 
View at the Spring in Hyde 
Park. 
316 Sketch of the rock; entrance 

to Tunbridge Wells. 
325 A boy on a rocking horse. 
353 Cottage at Pounds bridge, 
Tunbridge Wells. 



420 



433 



7*3 

864 
312 

547 



533 



483 



858 



181 2. 453 Distant View of Eridge Castle, 
taken from the park. 
528 A country church door. 

Tunbridge Wells. 

181 7. 451 Sketch of a yoimg lady. 

25, Knightsbridge^ and 

Tunbridge Wells. 

18 18. 468 Mrs. Renolds. 
621 G. Reid, Esq. 

828 Sketch of two sisters. 

18 1 9. 687 Mrs. Dowell. 

990 Portraits of two children of 
J. H. Franks, Esq. 

1820. 507 Portrait of a lady. 
751 do. do. 
838 do. do. 

PICKETT, W. V Architect. 

S^i/ermyn Street. 

1852. 1206 Mansion — combination of 

types in W. V. Pickett's 
system of iron architecture. 

1853. 1185 Iron Verandah, portico, etc. 
1197 Sunshade of windows, etc. 

2, Shaftesbury Terrace. 
1864. 797*Designs — iron in architecture. 



1825. 



1826. 



1827. 



1830. 
1831. 

1832. 



PICKMAN, W Sculptor. 

79, Dean Street^ Soho. 
932 Medallic portrait of J. C. Hob- 
house, Esq., M.A., F.R.S., 
M.P. for Westminster. 
968 Medallic portrait of a lady. 
93S do. do. 

966 do. do. 

1001 do. do. 

(posthumous). 

1828. 1093 Medallicportraitofaladyinwax. 

1829. 1071 Portrait of a lady. 
1129 Medallic portrait of a lady. 
1045 The nativity. 
1 1 17 Bust of an infant. 
1158 Bust of a gentleman. 
1162 Bust of a kidy. 

1833. 1049 Medallic portrait of a lady. 

1 191 Bust of Sir Francis Burdett, 
Bart. 

1 192 Posthumous bust of a gentle- 
man. 

io86rI^dy and child. 

6, Albany Street. 
1 1 38 Mr. McKenzie, Edinburgh; a 

medallion in wax. 
1141 Medallic portrait of a lady. 

1842. 1183 Portrait of a lady. 
1 185 do. gentleman. 

30, Oxford Street. 

1843. 1368 A model in wax; a young lady. 
1372 do. do. a lady. 

1844. >>59 Bust in wax of a lady. 



1840. 
1841. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PICKNELL, William L Painter. 

37, Inverness Terrace^ W, 

1877. 76 Breton peasant Girl feeding 

ducks; Pont Aven, Brit- 
tany. 
Hotel des Voyageurs^ Finisterre, 

1878. 359 In the Laude; Brittany. 

76, Charlotte Street, 

1884. 76 Unloading fish. 

Winton House^ Ealing, 

1885. 339 Brockenhurst Road. 
1 121 Wintry March. 

1886. 209 Sunshine and drifting sand. 
729 A dreary waste of sand and 

shore. 



1887. 


70 Bleak December. 




547 A toiler of the sea. 


1890. 


779 November solitude. 


PIDDING, Henry James Painter. 




H, Piddingy Highgate, 


1818. 


614 Portrait of a porter at a lottery 




office. 




Lloyd's Place, Blackheath, 


1824. 


386 Pincher, a favourite terrier dog, 




the property of a gentleman. 


1825. 


189 A fish stall. 


1826. 


746 The mimic. 




St. Germain's Place, 




Blackheath, 


1827. 


182 A gamekeeper cleaning his gun. 


1828. 


465 A sportsman and dogs. 


1829. 


255 Le portrait charmant. 


1830. 


26 The culprit. 




524 A portrait. 


1833. 


240 Solitude. 




580 The Rehearsal. " My name is 




Norval " 



1834. 855 

1836. 305 

1837. 5"9 

1838. 361 
388 

1839. 3" 
1842. 1222 



1843. 573 

1844. 24 
1089 

1845. 63 
1012 

1848. 114 
400 

1855. 212 



24, Bridge Place, Harrow Rd. 
The tender thought. 

2, Osnaburgh Street, 
The happy grandfather. 
A pedlar restuig. 
The bird's nest. 
The listener. 
Good tidings. 
The daughter of Captain Pid- 

ding. 
H, P. Pidding, 

2, Osnaburgh Street, 
The broken pitcher. 

H.J, Pidding 
The idlers. 
Sunday evening. 
Fish. 

Persuasion. 

Thoughts of Trafalgar. 
A trout. 

Greenwich, 
Cottagers. 



PIDGEON, G. F Medalist. 

44, London Street, 

Fiizroy Square, 
1804. 48 Girl gathering water cresses. 

1807. 882 Impression from a medal for 

the Society of Arts, Adelphi. 

883 Mr. T. Weigall. 

962 General Abercromby. For a 
medal for the Highland So- 
ciety. 

1808. 782 Medal for the Mercers' Com- 

pany. 

784 Reverse, Medal for the Mercers' 
Company. 

817 Medal in commemoration of 
the Victory at Maida. 

821 Reverse, Medal in commemora- 
tion of the Victory at Maida. 
3, Grafton Street East, 

1809. 662 Taking the invincible Stand- 

ard. Impression from a 
medal for the Highland So- 
ciety. 
665 Reverse of impression from a 
medal for the Highland So- 
ciety, Portrait of Gen. Sir 
R. Abercromby. 

18 10. 628 Impression of an honorary 

medal given by the proprie- 
tors of the Repository of Arts, 
Science, Manufactures, and 
Commerce for prize essays. 

1812. 641 H.R.H. the Prince Regent of 
Portugal. 

17, capstone Street, 

1814. 387 The late M. Boulton, of Soho, 
Esq. 

1818. 1005 Impression of a medal from a 

print by Vertue — Richard 
Fox, Episcopus Winton, 
etc. 

1 8 19. II 17 Neptune commanding the Bri- 

tish Fleet to take the empire 
of the seas. 



PIDGEON, Henry Clark Painter. 

9, Gower Street, 

1839. 790 Scene in the Vall^ de Dyn- 

arche, near Boulogne -sur- 
Mer. 

1840. 883 View from Shinfield Green, 

Berks: peasants winnowing 
gleaned com. 

50, Myrtle Street South, 
1843. ^^9 Group of Wych elms at Wyfold 
Court, Oxon. 
2, Russell Place, 

Fitzroy Square, 
1853. 1015 Portrait of a lady. 



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151 



PIENNE, Georges Painter. 

14, Cavendish Terrace^ 

East Finchley, 

1 89 1. 449 Early evening. 

1 7, Poynin^s Road, 

1892. 738 Towyn beach, North Wales. 
803 The first day of Spring. 



PIERCE, R Painter. 

178, Terrace^ 

Tottenham Court Road, 
1827. 267 Ruins; a composition. 



PIERCE, Sarah... Miniature Painter. 
6, Great St, Thomas Apostle, 

1 785. 274 A frame with two portraits. 

19, Hatton Garden. 

1786. 262 Frame with portraits of a 

gentleman and of Lady Bur- 
goyne's children. 

1787. 298 Portrait of a lady. {Miss Lin- 

wood,) 
309 Portrait'^of a child. {Baron 

Nolekens,) 
324 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
1790. 673 do. do. lady. 



PIERCE, Mrs. W. See Miss Anne 
Beaumont, vol. i, page 153. 



PIERCY, Frederick Painter. 

15, Tonbridge Place^ 

Nerv Road, 
1848. 957 A portrait. 

6, Camden Street North, 
1852. 663 Mary Howitt. 

45, Charrington Street, 

1854. 976 George Dodgson, Esq. 

1855. 993 Portrait of a naval Architect. 

8, Be/grave Street^ 

Argyle Square. 
1857. 914 A garden gate near that of 
Osborne. 
935 Hon. Captain Denman, R.N. 
Jf,M,S. Britannia, 

Portsmouth, 
1859. 1032 Coaxing a puppy to swim. 
1862. 478 The Culver cliff, Isle of Wight. 
12, Stock Orchard Villas, 

HoUoway. 

1867. 704 "From yon wild height, with 

furious might, The rain 

comes roaring free, etc." — 

Heine, 

12, Pall Mall East, 
1872. 1325 Mrs. Hastings Parker. 



1879. 1226 J. Risdon Bennett, M.D., 

LL.D., F.R.S., President of 
the Royal College of Phy- 
sicians. 

534, Caledonian Road, 

1880. 6S9 At Black Rock, near Novar. 

PIERCY, Mrs. Frederick. See Miss 
Catherine Agnes Wornum. 

, PIERCY, Frederick Hawkins. 
j Sculptor. 

534, Caledonian Road, 
1880. 1598 Portrait of a gentleman; bust. 

PIERPONT, Stanley; Painter. 

Barnard^ s Green, 

Great Matoem, 
1904. 644 A memory of the Marne. 

PIFFARD, Harold H Painter. 

i 29, Cambridge Avenue, 

\ Maida Vale. 

1895. 881 The last of the garrison. 
j H, H, Pijfard, 

1 18, Addison Road, 

I Bedford Park. 

1897. 527 The last review: Napoleon at 
St. Helena in 1820, watch- 
j ing the children of General 

Bertrand playing at soldiers. 
1899. 64 Saragossa: 10 February, 1809. 
956 The execution of the Due 
d'Enghien. "TheDucd'En- 
ghien descended the stair- 
case leading to the moat, 
followed by his dog. ... In 
the moat the sentence of 
death was read to him, and 
his execution immediately 
followed, the faithful animal 
being at his side. 

PIGGOTT, John Painter. 

Gainsborough House, 

Leamington. 
1882. 387 Dread winter. 

PIGOT, R. St. Ledger Painter. 

I, Charles St., Berkeley Square, 
1864. 215. Amy. 

PIGOTT, F. T Architect. 

I I, Chester Terrace, 

Eaton Square, 
1880. 1 1 50 Decorative design. Conven- 
tionalized mistletoe. 

{Pigott in the index and 
Piggott in tlie catalogue.) 



152 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PIGOTT, Miss ... Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1802. 837 Mrs. Boycott; painted from 
memory. 
S38 Mrs. White; painted from 

memory. 
84* Lady E. Greville; painted from 
memory. 

PIGOTT, W. H Painter. 

47, Albert Road^ 

Heeley, Sheffield. 

1873. 880 Stonyridge, Derbyshire. 

1874. 785 Blackmail. 

1877. 1374 Welsh mountaineers. 

Gainsborough Roady Sheffield 

1888. 698 Field workers. 

PIKE, Joseph Painter. 

Addison Studios, 

West Kensington, 
1890. S5^ Cleave Mill, Goring on Thames. 

PIKE, N. H Painter. 

66, Park Road, 

Haverstock If ill, 

1889. 915 "Twas in the merry month of 

May." 

PIKE, Sidney Painter. 

Ye Porch, Taplow, Bucks, 

1885. 330 The shepherd's wife. 

1886. 443 "They grew in beauty side by 

side." 

1887. 8i2 March winds and April showers. 
1043 Signs of winter. 

1888. 39 "When the evening sun is 

low." 

Christ Church, Hants, 

1889. 33* Tipped with golden light. 
390 Woodland solitude. 

1127 An April morning. 
1 1 80 The third white frost. 

1890. 21 Eventide. 

277 Signs of Spring. 

618 The month of March. 

968 Daylight fades. 

1 89 1. 96 Springes triumph. 
309 hxi April morning. 

1892. 783 April showers. 

Queen^s Road, 

Pokesdown, Hants, 

1895. 757 Vesper bell. 

Fuji San, 

Westby Road, Boscombe, 

1896. 13s In from the sea. 
868 April showers. 

69, Elizabeth Street, Belgravia, 
1899. 759 In from the sea. 
1901. 755 Fading into night 



PIKE, W. H Painter. 

48, Tavistock Place, Plymouth. 
1874. 75* King Arthur's Castle, Tintagel, 
Cornwall. 
14, Eton Villas, 

Haverstock Hill, 
1888. 965 Old impressions. 



PILKINGTON, H Painter. 




17, Wakefield Street, 


1839. 


393 Sportsman's Pets. 


1841. 


120 Gipsies. 


1843- 


loi My home. 




39, Penton Place, 


1844. 


151 Gypsies. 


1846. 


413 Donkey and sheep — outskirts 




of a common. 


1847. 


567 Gipsies. 


1848. 


603 Portrait of a gentleman. 


i«S3- 


151 Reading the news. 


1854. 


3** Fishing. 


1855. 


45* Landscape and figures. 



PILKINGTON, Miss Maud E. 

Miniature Painter. 
24, Russell Square. 
1893. i2ia Dolce far niente. 
1898. 1423 Mrs. Ruthven Fraser. 
45, York Mansions, 

Battersea Park, 

1900. 1411 Miss Julia Neilson. 

1 90 1. 1266 Master Brian Smith. 
1268 Olive. 

1320 Master Kenneth Smithers. 
1378 Miss Bevignani. 

1902. 1 149 Mrs. J. Arthur Anstice. 



PILKINGTON, Redmond William. 

Architect. 

1808. 962 Design for a college. 
1827. 1049 Quadrangle, Charter House 
Hospital. 



PILKINGTON, William. .Architect. 
At Mr. Taylor's, 

Spring Gardens, 
427 Elevation of a mansion. 
441 A mausoleum. 
— Pilkington, 

6, Manchester Buildings, 

Westminster, 
468 Design for the principal front 
of a Villa. 

W. Pilkington. 
496 North-west view of a Villa now 
erecting for a gentleman near 
Kew. 



1780. 
1781. 



1788. 



1790. 



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153 



PILLIAN, 



1850. 421 

1851. 137 

1852. 326 
328 

684 



1853. 1262 

1855. 536 

675 

1187 

1857. 71% 



I86I. 


262 


1864. 
1865. 
1867. 
1870. 


75» 
703 
790 
586 


1872. 


708 




1125 




1220 


1873. 


8 




1014 


1874. 

1875. 
1876. 


1334 
995 
805 
448 



1880. 376 



Henry, ^./. Painter. 

3, Stanley Villas^ 

St. John's Wood, 
Scene in the Wicklow Moun- 
tains, Ireland. 
Bisham Church on the Thames. 
A sail down the Ganges. 
Chudleigh Rocks, Devonshire. 

Fainted on the spot, 
A Devonshire stream. Painted 
on the spot, 
1 1, Young Street^ Kensington, 
Windsor Castle. 

do. 
A July study. 
Chudleigh Rocks, Devon. 

21, Kensipigton Square, 
Sketch from nature near Bedd- 

gelert. North Wales. 
44, Great Marlborough Street, 
Persian Bazaar, Cairo. 

39, Woburn Square, 
Near Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 
Gateway at Karnac, Thebes. 
Sunset. 
Skiddaw, Cumberland. 

17, Endsleigh Street, 
Courtyard in Cairo. 
Jerusalem from the hill of 

Scopus. 
Street in Cairo. 
Hampstead twenty years ago. 
Street in Cairo. 
Hayes Common, Kent. 
Journeying in the far East. 
Fishing boats — Venice. 
Street in Cairo. 

72, Bedford Gardens, 
Elephants in a dust storm. 



PILOTELL, George Etcher. 

87, Euston Road, 
1876. 1106 S. PlimsoU, Esq., M.P.; dry 
point 
1115 Rt. Hon. B. Disraeli, M.P.; 

dry point. 
1172 The Countess Dudley; dry 
point 

PILSBURY, E.... Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1810. 561 Portrait of a gentleman. 

PILSBURY, Miss Elizabeth. 

Painter. 
Knighton Park Road^ Leicester, 

1879. 75* Evening. 

1880. 706 The duck pond. 

1 88 1. 610 Farm sheds. 
682 The fish pond. 

VI. 



PILSBURY, Harry C Painter. 

Whittlesey ^ near Peterborough, 
1902. 881 <* Heavy with the heat and 
silence, Grew the afternoon 
of summer." 
1904. iioi A Vicarage garden. 

PILSBURY, Wilmot, R, W.S, 

Painter. 

Stanley Villa^ 

Evington Lane^ Leicester, 

1872. 740 Near the farm. 

756 The old manor house at Thur- 
caston, the village where 
Bishop Latimer was bom. 

1873. 701 Leafless trees. 

747 Catching minnows. 
810 A chat by the way. 

1875. 678 The water mill. 

686 " When the trees are leafless." 
Knighton Park Road^ Leicester. 

1876. 764 The farmyard. 

793 On the Dove, Dovedale. 
801 The brooklet. 

1877. 688 In the farm yard. 
816 Babbicombe Bay. 
818 Feeding time. 

1878. 674 Stokesay Castle. 

759 "The hour when daylight dies." 

850 Evening. 

896 The rick yard. 

1879. 704 Evening — Stokesay. 
730 Near Ross. 

822 Stokesay. 

879 " When the trees are leafless." 

1880. 703 Hayricks and waggons. 
744 A rick yard. 

864 The old barn. 
870 A farm yard. 
882 Hayfleld. 

The Bungalow^ 

Shere^ Guildford. 
1896. 1 124 Ploughing time. 

PIMLOTT, E. Philip Painter. 

74, Fentiman Road^ Clapham, 
1894. 1401 London Inn, Hallsands, South 
Devon. 

PIMM, William E Painter. 

2, The Mall, Park Road.N, W, 
1890. 648 The Convent Garden. 
Vale of Health Studios, 

Hampstead, 
1894. 420 Convalescent. 

PINCHES, Frederick Architect. 

5, John Street, Adelphi, 
1886. 1641 College of Preceptors, Blooms- 
bury Square. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PINCHES, John Medalist. 

1847. 1 3 14 Impression of the Duke of 
Wellington. 
J ^ James Street ^ Haymarket, 

1854. 1280 Impression in silver of a medal 
for the Society of Arts, 
Trinidad. 

27, Oxenden Street. 

i860. 894 Impression of medal for So- 
ciety of Arts, Mauritius. 

PINCHES, Thomas Ryan... Medalist. 

5, Porter Street^ Soho. 

1836. 985 Impression from a medal, etc. 

62, Newman Street. 

1 84 1. 1 1 17 Medallic portrait of Sir Robert 

Peel, Bart., from a model by 

Weekes. 

27, Oxenden Street. 

1853. 634 Medal of the late Duke of 

Wellington. 
652 Impression from a broken die, 
being an original head of 
Minerva.* 

141 o Mother and daughter; mo- 
delled from life. 

141 1 do. do. 

1854. 1279 Impression in silver of a medal 

for the opening of the Crystal 
Palace, Sydenham. 

PINCOTT, W. H Painter. 

12, Hamilton Terrace ^ 

St. John's Wood. 
1856. 492 The suppliant. 

PINE, Miss J Painter. 

1797. 753 Portraits of two children. 
I, Russell Place^ 

Fitzroy Square. 
1799. 628 The reel or^the timid child's 

first attempt. 
1801. 432 A sketch; Female Academy. 

PINE, Robert Edge Painter. 

St. Martin's Lane. 
1772. 196 A Mad woman. 

197 A portrait of a young gentle- 

man. 

198 A portrait of a lady. 

199 do. young lady in 
the character of Hebe. 

Albemarle Street^ Piccadilly^ 
1780. 82 Portrait of Mr. Garrick. 

109 Portrait, in the character of 
Jaques, Shakespeare's As 
you Like it. 



Cork Street, 

Burlington Gardens. 
1784. 87 Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 
Amherst.) * 
176 Portrait of a nobleman. {Duke 

of Norfolk) 
189 Portrait of a Grecian lady. 

{Mrs. Baldwin.) 
378 Portrait of Lord Rodney in 
action, aboard the Formid- 
able, attended by his princi- 
pal officers. 

PINE, Simon Miniature Painter. 

Bath. 
1772. 200 Three miniatures. 

PIN GEL, Gustav Sculptor. 

S, Torrington Square. 
1884. 1733 Portrait bust. 

PINGRET, Edouard Henri Th6o- 

phile Painter. 

27, Oxenden Street^ 

Leicester Square. 

1 819. 50 Colonel Sir Charles Broke, 

K.C.B., Deputy Quarter 

Master General with the 

Army in France. 

52 General Alava in the costume 

of a Spanish gentleman. 
71 Lieut.-Col. Wylly. 
693 Portrait of a lady. 

PINHORN-WOOD. &^ W. 

PINK, W Sculptor. 

25, Crescent Street^ 

Euston Square. 

1828. 1 141 Bust of Mr. J. Pink. 

1829. 1135 Bust of T. T. Wright, Esq. 
1142 Bust of a gentleman. 

2, Hertford Street. 

1830. 1199 Bust of a gentleman. 

38, Windmill Strut. 

1838. 1300 Bust of a gentleman. 

1839. 1349 do. do. 

31, Mary Street. 
1841. 1332 Bust of a lady. 
1844. 1330 A bust. 

PINKER, Henry Richard... Sculptor. 
48, Fitzroy Road, 

Regenfs Park. 
1875. 1247 Rev. Edward White Benson, 
D.D., first Head Master of 
Wellington College. Exe- 
cuted for Wellington College. 



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155 



1879. 


»499 


1880. 


1 541 




«559 


I88I. 


1467 


1882. 


1627 




1641 



1876. 1351 Rev. Charles Stuart Calverley, 
late Vicar of South Stoke 
and Prebendary of Wells 
(posthumous); marble bust. 

TVuro House^ 

15, Hammersmith Road, 
1878. 1424 Rev. E. C. Wickham, M.A., 
Head Master of Wellington 
College; bust, marble. 
1451 The late Henry S. J. Mac- 
namara, Barrister-at-Law and 
one of H.M. Railway Com- 
missioners ; bust (posthu- 
mous), marble. 

The late Viscount Gage ; bust 
(posthumous), marble. 

Sir William Yardley, late Lord 
Chief Justice of Bombay; 
bust, marble. 

The late Earl of Ashburnham 
(posthumous) ; bust, marble. 

The late Duke of Portland; 
bust, marble. 

The Rt. Hon. Henry Fawcett, 
M.P., Postmaster General. 

Henry Pease, Esq., M.P., Pre- 
sident of the Peace Society ; 
bust, marble.' 

The late Professor G. Rolles- 
ton,M.D. For the University 
Museum^ Oxford, 

Oliver Cromwell at Marston 
Moor ; equestrian statue, 
bronze. 

1883. 1575 Dr. Hugh W. Diamond, F.S.A.; 

bust, terra-cotta. 
1634 The Most Rev. Edward White 
Benson, D.D., Archbishop 
of Canterbury. 

1884. ^669 Britannia. "With firmness, 

culture, love and valour 
rule!" 

1730 Professor Rolleston; bust, mar- 
ble. Presented to the Oxford 
University Museum, 

179* Miss Hawtayne; study for the 
head of Britannia. 

1885. 1988 The late Rt. Hon. Henry Faw- 

cett, M.P.; bust. 
HOC Sir Henry Acland, K.C.B., 

M.D., Regius Professor of 

Medicine, Oxford. 
2103 Professor Burdon Sanderson, 

F.R.S., M.D.; bust 

1886. 1781 John Hunter. Plaster cast of 

statue presented by H.M, the 
Queen to Oxford University 
Museum, 
1835 The late Hon. and Very Rev. 
Montague Browne, Dean of 



1668 



1681 



Lismore; posthumous bust, 
marble. 

29, Hammersmith Road. 

1887. 1811 The late Rt. Hon. Henry Faw- 

cett, M.P. Model of statue 
erected in the Market Place^ 
Salisbury, 
Avonmore Lodge^ Kensington, 

1888. i960 The Very Rev. the Dean of 

Christ Church. {Henry 
George Liddell,) 
2000 William Scovell Savory, Esq., 
F.R.S., President of the 
Royal College of Surgeons; 
bust. Presentation portrait, 

1889. 2120 The late Rt Hon. W. E. 

Forster; medallion. 

1890. 2044 Fred W. Walker, Esq., M.A., 

Head Master of St Paul's 
School; bust, bronze. 
2059 Sir William Savory, Bart; bust, 
marble. 

1891. 1984 The late J. D. Sedding, Esq.; 

bust 
2059 The late Mr. Charles Hengler; 
posthumous bust. 

1892. 1900 The Rev. Benjamin Jowett, 

D.D., Master of Balliol 
College, Oxford; bust, mar- 
ble. 

1893. 1758 Lord Reay, G.C.S.I.; bust 
1777 The late Rt. Hon. W. H. 

Smith, M.P.; bust, marble. 
Now Henry R. Hope-Pincker^ 
22, Avonmore Road^ 

West Kensington, 

1896. 1793 Lord Reay; statue, marble. 
1856 Sir George Humphry, F.R.S.; 

bust. 

1897. 2005 Rev. James Martineau, D.D.; 

bust 

1898. 1867 The late Dean Liddell; bust, 

marble. 
1932 Rev. James Martineau, D.D.; 
statue, marble. For Man- 
chester College^ Oxford, 

1899. 1990 Charles Darwin; sketch for the 

Oxford statue. 
2020 Michael Foster, Esq., M.A., 
M.D., Professor of Physi- 
ology, University of Cam- 
bridge; bust. 

1900. 1924 The pride of old England; 

group, bronze. 

1 90 1. 1724 The late John James Tayler, 

B.D., Principal of Man- 
chester College; memorial 
portrait tablet, marble. To 
be placed in Manchester Col- 
lege, 



156 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pinker, Henry Richard — continued, 

1901. 1786 The late Sir Joseph Prestwich, 

F.R.S., Professor of Geology, 
University of Oxford ; bust, 
marble. To be placed in the 
University Museum^ Oxford. 

1902. 1669 The Rev. E. Warre, D.D., 

Head Master of Eton Col- 
lege. 
1904. 1740 Alfred Willett, Esq., F.R.C.S.; 
marble. Presentation bust, 

1749 Sir George M.Humphry; bust, 
bronze. To be placed in the 
Humphry Memorial Mu- 
seum^ Cambridge, 

1786 The crown of womanhood; 
statuette, bronze. 

PINKERTON, W. E Architect. 

212, Liverpool Road^ N, 
1885. 1 85 1 Old Doorway, Rue du Fagot, 
Antwerp. 
1880 The Groot Hoofd Poort, Dor- 
drecht, etc. 

PINTO, J. J. de Souza Painter. 

63, Rue de Seine, Paris, 
1882. 847 Major F. L. Ricarde-Seaver, 
F.R.S. Edinb. 



PIO, A Painter. 

23, Cranboume Street, 
i860. 352 Esmeralda. 



PIPER, Miss Elizabeth Painter. 

18, Milton Chambers, 

Cheyne Walk. 

1897. 1643 A lowering evening on the 

Thames. 

1898. 1590 Queen Mary's bedroom, Holy- 

rood Palace. 
1903. 1 31 5 Bedroom in which Shakespeare 
was bom. 



PIPER, P. M Architect. 

15, King Street, Soho, 
1 780. i%\ Design for the front of a palace. 

PIPER, Herbert William ... Painter. 
Beechwoody Highgate, 

1873. 466 Mrs. William Playfair. 

54, Wigmore Street, 

1874. 1369 Spring time. 

1875- 393 Fresh gathered flowers. 
1878. 214 Primroses. 



PIRIE, George Painter. 

113, West Regent Street, 

Glasgow, 

1888. 145 His first blood. 

1889. 420 Weariness. 
1891. 611 Playmates. 

134, Bath Street, Glasgow, 
1897. 917 Rabbits. 



PISA, Alberto Painter. 

21, Camden Road, 

1892. 473 W. Gridley, Esq. 

1893. 1 1 32 Court Bargello, Florence. 

1896. 29 'Appy, 'appy 'Amstead. 

954 Hughes Reid Da vies, Esq., 
M.R.C.S. 

1897. 533 Easter Monday. 

1898. 747 Bank Holiday, Hampstead. 

1899. 166 Sunday Morning. 
4S3 Out of work. 



PISTRUCCI, Benedetto ... Medalist. 
(Chief Medalist to His Majesty.) 

Royal Mint, 
1830. 1 167 Capriccio, in an unfinished 
state, from a solid piece of 
marble. 
1832. 1113 Project ofa statue of George IV 
holding the globe with the 
figure of Peace. 

1839. 1309 Thetis consoling Achilles after 

his dispute with Agamem- 
non; an alto-relievo in plas- 
ter. 

1840. 1070 a. Models for obverse and re- 

verse of a medal of Field- 
Marshal the Duke of Wel- 
lington. 

1 07 1 b. Model of the obverse of a 

medal in commemoration of 
the marriage of Her Majesty 
Queen Victoria with H.R.H. 
Prince Albert. 

1072 c, Model of reverse, ditto. 
1125 Colossal Bust of His Excel- 
lency Count Pozzo di Borgo. 



PITCAIRN, Miss Constance. 

Painter. 
19, Queen Anne Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1881. 117 Chrysanthemums. 

140, Portsdown Road, 

Maida Vale, 
1886. 468 Miss Maude Pitcaim. 

85, Milson Road, Kensington. 
1896. 737 A cottage home. 



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157 



PITE, 
1882. 
1889. 



1890. 
1892. 



1897 



1837 
1668 



1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1897. 



1898. 
1899. 



1900. 
1901. 
1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



Arthur Beresford... Architect. 
44, Bloomsbury Square, 
1 105 A West End Club House. 

5, Bloomshury Square, 
The triforium, Wells Cathe- 
dral. 

20, Hanover Square, 
77, Welbeck Street. 
St. Marylebone General Dis- 
pensary. 
1776 Mission Hospital, Jerusalem. 
1642 Hospital, Jerusalem. 
1564 Dalethorpe, Dedham. 
1634 Hospital at Jerusalem. 
i8a6 77, Welbeck Street. 

1827 Doorway, Great Titchfield 

Street. 

1828 82, Mortimer Street. 

48, Harley Street, 

Colchester Town Hall. 

Cardiff Town Hall. 

31, Old Bond Street. 

37, Harley Street. 
1852 48, Harley Street. 
1832 Study for a street front. 
1672 A memorial bridge. 
1410 Christ Church, Brixton. 
141 " Clapham Church. 

Royal College of Art ^ 

South Kensington, 
145 » Restaurant, Great Portland 

Street. 
1678 Anglican Cathedral. 
1690 do. do. 

1655 Church, Entebbe, Uganda. 



i75» 
1784 
1850 
1851 



PITE, William Alfred Architect. 

5, Bloomsbury Square, 
1887. 1715 Cottage, Hazlemere. 

1892. 1683 St. Lawrence, Thanet. 

1 1, Hart Street, 

1893. '^*^ New Homoeopathic Hospital, 

Great Ormond Street. 

1627 Mission building, Whitechapel. 

1633 County Council House, Staf- 
ford. 

151 3 Homoeopathic Hospital. 

1514 Walsall Town Hall. 



1894. 
1895. 



1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 



i5«3 



1692 
1728 



Small artist's house. 

3, Upper Montague Street^ 

Russell Square, 
"The Heights," Hindhead. 
Screen. 

1890 Church of St. Colomb, Lancas- 
ter Road. 
1730 Highcombe Edge, Hindhead, 

etc. 
1652 do. do. do. 

1664 do. do. do. 



116, Jermyn Street, 

1903. 1609 Mission premises, Whitechapel. 

1904. 1499 Hall, Ealing Vicarage. 

1648 Presbyterian Church, Frognal. 



PITE 


(W. A.) and BALFOUR. 




Architects. 




3, Upper Montague Street, 


1899. 


1789 Cardiff Law Courts. 




11, Hart Street. 


1901. 


1618 Cartwright Hall, Bradford. 


PITMAN, Miss Janetta R. A. 




Painter. 




Basford Vicarage^ 




near Nottingham, 


1880. 


73" Dead wood-pigeon. 


1881. 


673 "Hicjacet." 


1882. 


909 Christmas bills. 




1000 Poor dears ! 




1048 Wood and water. 


1883. 


ion "There be land thieves and 




water thieves." — Merchant 




of Venice, 




1024 Two very long bills. 


1884. 


1083 Wild fowl. 




1085 A brown study. 




1 1 35 " Nipped in the bud." 


1886. 


536 Curlew and grouse. 




1 170 Peonies. 


1887. 


149 Bought in the market 




956 Starved out. 


1890. 


165 White peonies. 




1362 "Two pence a bunch! " 


1900. 


523 White peonies. 


1901. 


830 Purple and gold. 


PITMi 


\N, John Painter. 



Worcester, 

1832. 145 Portrait of a pony, the property 

of Sir Edward Martyn, Bart. 

PITMAN, Miss Rosie M. M. 

Painter. 
60, Queen^s Road, Bayswater, 
1894. 1 47 1 "Love now for Beauty hath 
only eyes." 

1896. 1504 "And fled into the dark night"; 

illustration to " Undine." 
1 5 14 "This dear gift of heaven"; 

illustration to " Undine." 
1534 The soul; illustration to "Un- 
dine." 

1897. 1636 After brief sorrow; illustration 

to " Undine." 

1641 Tailpiece; illustration to " Un- 
dine." 

1677 Symbolical tailpiece; illustra- 
tion to " Undine." 



158 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PITMAN, Miss Sarah Bennard. 

Miniature Painter. 

1839. 1027 George Knox, Esq. 

6, Colebrooke Raw^ Islington. 

1840. 854 Rev. E. N. Kirk. 

1 84 1. iSz Portrait of her sister. 

PITT, R Painter. 

10, Winchester Row^ 

Faddington. 
1 795* 50 King's fisher. 

PITT, Thomas Henry Painter. 

16, Gloucester Street^ 

Clerkenwell. 

1839. 438 Dunmow Church, Essex. 

2, Tyson Street^ Clerkenwell. 

1840. 430 On the beach near Ramsgate. 

1842. 893 Abbeville. 

17, Thomhill Place. 
1848. 1 1 29 Northfleet church, Gravesend. 

PITT, William Painter. 

8, Bedford Place, 

Campden Hill. 
1863. 520 A cottage farm, Netherton, 
Devon. 

15, Bedford Gardens. 

1865. 68 View near St. Clement's, Corn- 

wall. 
7, St. Leonard's Terrace, 

Maida Hill. 

1866. 364 A creek of the Fal, Cornwall. 

6, Cantlowes Road, 

Camden Square. 
1880. 164 The mill stream, Arundel. 

PITT, Mrs. W. ... Miniature Painter. 

1848. 830 Miss Camilla Toulmin. 

5, Bath Terrace, Camberwell. 

1849. 672 Mrs. David Laing. 

1850. 735 Edward Kirkpatrick, son of 

L. R. Hall, Esq., of Barton 
Hall. 

74» The Hon. and Rev. H. Mon- 
tague Villiers, Rector of St. 
George's, Bloomsbury. 

917 Miss Wilson. 

1 85 1. 873 Miss Isabella Jackson. 

901 B. Haigh Allen, Esq., of Long- 
croft Hall. 

PITTAR, I.J Painter. 

\2a. Park Village West. 
1845. 208 Viscountess Pollington. 
575 Portrait of a gentleman. 

23, Foley Place. 
1847. 506 Lady Mary Bouverie. 
588 H. H. Oddie, Esq. 



East Brixton. 

1850. 36 Miss Louisa Pittar. 

216 Miss Neil of Dniry Lane 
Theatre. 

1851. 684 Don Juan and Haidee. "Then 

with a sudden movement he 
withdrew. His daughter ; 
while compressed within his 
grasp, etc." — Byron's Don 
Juan. 

PITTARD, Charles William. 

Painter. 
23, Loughborough Road, 

Brixton. 

1 88 1. 962 Faint heart and fair lady. 

1883. 1508 "Thwarted by one of those 

old father-fools." — Tenny- 
son. 

1884. 311 The quarrel. "Here's much 

to do with hate but more 
with love." — Shakespeare. 
682 Study of a head. 

1885. 42 Francesca. 

808 "A young man married is 
a man that 's marred." — 
Shakespeare. 
Deerhurst, 

Coventry Park, Streathatn. 
1888. 621 The beauty of Seroda. 
1891. 899 Roses. 

Milford Lodge, 

Belmont Road, Twickenham. 

1903. 60 Thoughts. "There is pansies, 

that's for thoughts." 
1 2, Lebanon Park, 

Twickenham. 

1904. 288 Sleep. 

PITTAFORE, M Painter. 

1 2, Bemers Street. 
1869. 93 The Hon. Arthur Kinnaird, 
M.P. 

PITTMAN, Oswald Painter. 

Worfield, Sidcup. 

1 90 1. 789 A stream through a meadow. 
1004 Procession of the Hours. 

I, Stanley Studios, 

Park Walk, Chelsea. 

1902. 319 Cumulus clouds over a fen 

land. 

St. Osyth, Sidcup. 
1904. 510 The bend of the river. 

PITTS, Frederick Painter. 

29, Bolsover Street. 
1874. 742 Wild herbage. 
1878. 829 do. 

1882. 878 do. 



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159 



PITTS, J Sculptor. 

5, Waikin's Terrace, Pitnlico, 

1842. 1 176 Bust of the Duke of Welling- 

ton. 

1843. 1377 Bust of H.R.H. Prince Albert. 

1844. 1 3 17 Bust in marble of George Ste- 

phenson, Esq., Civil Engi- 
neer. 

77, Ebury Street. 

1845. 1406 Bust of Miss Symes. 

15, Portland Road, 

1846. 1425 Bust in marble of H.R.H. 

Prince Albert. 
, 13, Duke Street, 

Manchester Square. 
1870. 1073 Startled by a windfall. 



PITTS, Miss Mary. 

Miniature Painter. 
29, Bohover Street. 

1895. 1179 Miss Louise Loud. 

1896. 1336 Dudley, son of M. A. Murrane, 

Esq. 
1347 Portrait of a lady. 
1355 Miss Hilda Gavin. 
1360 Mrs. T. W. Fry. 

21, Baker Street. 

1897. 1471 Miss Mary Thompson. 
1475 Miss Theodosia Thompson. 

1898. 1291 Miss Jos^ Knee. 

1335 Miss Beatrice Richards. 
37, Gloucester Place, 

Portman Square. 

1899. 1346 Miss Catherine Macdonald. 
"353 Joyce, daughter of W. Lamb, 

Esq. 

29, Bolsover Street. 

1902. 1 148 Marguerite. 
1228 Mrs. Tabois. 

1244 Mrs. Ernest Thomas. 

1903. 1 1 69 Ruth, a portrait. 

1250 Kitty, daughter of A. P. Bart- 
ley, Esq. 



PITTS, William Sculptor. 

23, Arlington Street. 
1823. 1064 Samson killing the lion. 
"Then went Samson down, 
and his father and his 
mother to Timnath . . . and 
behold a young lion roared 
against him, etc J* -^Judges, 
xiv, 5, 6. 
nil Herod's cruelty; a sketch. 
1 130 The Deluge; a sketch. 

4, Savoy Street. 
1826. 1056 Model in wax of a chariot 
race. 



1827. 



1828. 



1829. 

1830. 
1831. 
1832. 

1833. 
1834. 
1835. 1138 



1836. 
1837. 



1838. 
1839. 



1840. 



442 Ossian's address to the moon. 
"Daughter of heaven, fair 
art thou, etc." — Osstan. {A 
drawing.) 

1 1 80 The shield of iEneas, to be 
executed in gold, after the 
style of Benvenuto Cellini. 
"But most admires the 
shield's mysterious mould, 
and Roman triumphs rising 
on the gold." — ^neis. 
4, Savoy Street, 

and 29, Clipstone Street. 

1 1 60 The rape of Proserpine. "Swift 
as his thought he seized the 
beauteous prey. And bore 
her in his sooty car away, 
%\.z:'—Ovid. 

4, Ebury Street. 

974 The setting sun. " Hast thou 
left thy blue course in 
heaven, etc." — Osstan. 

S, Walkings Terrace. 

1 165 Alto relievo; the outrage of 
the Centaurs at the nuptials 
of Pirithous and Hippo- 
damia. 

1211 Midsummer's Night's Dream, 
act ii, scene i. " Puck. Thou 
speak'st aright. I am that 
merry wanderer of the 
night." 

1 1 20 The Pleiades adorning night 
" When, Atlas - bom, the 
Pleiad's stars arise." — 
Hesiod. 

1027 The shield of Hercules. "There, 
indescribable, twelve ser- 
pents' heads rose, etc." — 
Hesiod. 
The creation of Eve. "So 
lovely, fair, etc." — Paradise 
Lost. 

1 149 The drama. 

1193 The sovereigns of England, 
with a chajacteristic feeling 
and historical symbol to each. 

1 27 1 The Nine Muses. "Sacred 
sisters, open all your springs, 
etc." 

1263 Manlius defending the Capitol. 
"The solemn pomp of the 
matrons to the Temple of 
Juno, and the Lupercal 
dances, being a portion of 
an emboss^ shield of 
i£neas now executing 
silver."— F«^ Virgil. 
(The late.) 

1089 The triumph of Ceres. 



in 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PIXELL, Miss Maria Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1793. *5^ View in Edgbaston Park, War- 
wickshire. 
258 do. do. 

342, Strand, 

1796. 378 A Landscape. 

65, New Band Street, 

1797. 241 Pilton House, Devon. 

252 View of Arlington, Devon. 

541 do. do. 

565 View in the grounds of Pilton 

House, Devon. 
579 A View of Dr. Wavell's house 

in Barnstable, Devon. 

1798. 8 View in the grounds of R. 

Mynors, Esq., at Weather- 
cock Hill, Worcestershire. 

281 View of Knighton House, Isle 
of Wight. 

468 View of Carisbrooke Castle 
from Captain Baskerville's 
garden, Cloatherford, Isle of 
Wight. 

New Forest^ Hampshire, 
1799- '35 Malvern Hills, near Worcester. 

169 A castle belonging to Lord 
Moira. 

256 A landscape. 

314 View from the inside of a cave 
on the Devon coast. 

360, Oxford Street, 

1800. 22 Distant view of the Isle of 

Wight 
537 View from the New Forest, 
Lyndhurst. 

1801. 697 The seat of E. P. Buckley, 

Esq., New Forest. 
Wargrave, near Maidenhead, 

1802. 197 A storm on the Devon Coast. 
241 Portrait of the great occidental 

plane-tree in the Rev. Mr. 
Gilpin's grounds at Vicar's 
Hill, New Forest 
264 View in the Hon. F. West's 
grounds at Culham. 

1804. *"5 TheVillage of Servoz, between 

Geneva and Chamouni. 
616 View from Sir J. Chichester's 
park, Devon. 

1805. 553 A view of Mont Blanc. 
1807. 687 Landscape; a composition. 
1809. 168 Scene in theNew Forest, Hants. 

305 Cart-house. 
i8io. 472 A forest scene. 

486 A cart-house at Wargrave, 

Berks. 
806 View near Wargrave, Berks. 
181 1. 493 View at Grays, near Henley, 
Oxon. 



PIZZETTA, U. ... Miniature Painter. 
98, Swallow Street, 
18 1 3. 576 Portrait of a gentleman. 
590 do. lady. 

PLACE, George... Miniature Painter. 
37, Southampton Street^ Strand, 

1 791. 342 Portrait of a gentleman. 

56, Poland Street, 

1792. 251 A frame with ten miniatures. 

{Mrs, Robinson^ Mrs, Esten^ 
Dr, Walcotty Mr, Laurence^ 
and Mrs, Billington,) 

211, Piccadilly, 

1793. 20 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 

Bunbury,) 

118 Portrait of a gentleman. 

158 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 
Phipps,) 

472 A frame with ten miniatures. 
{Rev, Mr, Savory, Capt, 
Phipps, Miss Phipps, Mr, 
Sarar, Mr, Blackstock, Mr, 
Bridgman, Rev, Mr. Bar- 
rett, Mr, Wilson) 

508 Portrait of a young lady. {Miss 
Phipps.) 

542 Portrait of a gentleman. {Sir 
J,Jervis,) 

556 Portrait of a gentleman. {Rear- 
Admired Buckner,) 
48, Great Marlborough Street, 
^797« ^53 A portrait. {The Turkish In- 
terpreter,) 

867 Portrait of a gentleman. {Hon, 
K, Craven,) 

870 Portrait of a gentleman. 

881 do. do. {Mr, 

Middleton from India,) 

889 A portrait. 

906 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs, Gol- 

live,) 

907 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 

Allen,) 
931 Portrait of a gentleman, (-^ori^w 

de Medici.) 
996 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 
Johnson the banker,) 

101 1 Her Highness the Margravine 
of Anspach. 

1025 A frame containing six por- 
traits. {Mr. Cremer, Mr, 
Angelo, Mr. Place, Mrs. Bil- 
lington, Mrs, Corri, and Mr, 
Smith,) 

PLACE, Miss Rosa Painter. 

13, Gloucester Villas, 

Warwick Street, 
1859. 979 My garden on the rock. 



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1862. 950 May and bird's nest. 

1863. 748 Wigelia Rosea. 

1864. 640 Azaleas. 

1865. 625 Reflection. 

42, Warwick Road^ 

Maida HilL 
1868. 693 Azaleas. 

PLANT, W Enamel Painter. 

116, Fetter Lane, 

1819. 663 The Infant Christ; in enamel. 

After Parmegiano. 

1820. 767 A boor; enamel. After Teniers. 
1822. 553 Lady Louisa Jane Russell; 

enamel. After Stuart. 

25, Fetter Lane. 
1828. 505 St. John in the wilderness; an 
enamel. After the original 
by Raphael. 

PLANT-HOLLINS, H. See HoUins, 
voL iv, p. 131. 

PLASS, A. F Painter. 

30, Dartmouth Street^ 

Westminster, 
1850. 211 Portrait of a little girl. 

PLASTOW, A. B Painter. 

14, Prince's Street^ 

Cavendish Square. 
1844. '><> Hampstead Heath. 
C. B. Plastow, 

14, Princes Street^ 

Cavendish Square. 
1848. 623 A mill, North Wales. Painted 
on the spot. 

PLATT, Miss Emily Painter. 

Miss Piatt, Denmark Hill. 
1832. 745 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Miss E. Piatt. 
1836. 485 Sketch from nature. 
519 A market cart. 
545 Morning. 
Emily Piatt, 

51, Wigmore Street. 
1^37* 135 Landscape, Windsor. 

PLATT, G Painter. 

48, New Bond Street. 
1798. 651 View on the river Dee. 
1800. 547 Landscape. 

PLATT, Henry Painter. 

Zl, Keppel Street. 

1825. 233 Cattle and landscape. 
295 Gleaning. 

1826. 223 Ploughing. 

1827. 418 A scene on the Coast. 

VI. 



1828. 701 Scene on the Coast 

1829. 528 Haymakers. 

22a, Portland Place^ Islington. 
1863. 772 Coast Scene. 

PLATT, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1814. 616 Portrait of a gentleman. 

PLATT, Samuel Painter. 

/. Plott. 
1803. (i7 A portrait. 

S. Piatt, Junr., 

6, Castle Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1808. 155 Mr. Staunton. 

657 Portrait of a lady. 

S. Piatt, 6, Castle Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

181 5. 99 Portrait of a gentleman. 
126 do. do. 

15, BcJter Street. 

1828. 2 Portrait of a young lady. 
409 Mrs. Taber. 

473 Massey Dawson, Esq., M.P. 

1829. 1083 Fruit, etc. 

50, Wigmore Street. 

1832. 398 Portrait of my elder son. 

51, Wigmore Street. 

1833. 194 Portrait of a gentleman. 
195 do. young lady. 

1835. 2 do. lady. 

124 do. gentleman. 

PLATT, S., Junr Painter. 

33i J^^ppel Street. 
18 19. loio Group of fruit. 
1821. 350 Bunch of grapes. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1823. 561 Fruit. 
1825. 502 do. 

33, Keppel Street. 
1827. 149 Dead birds and fruit. 

1833. 98 Portrait of a lady. 
323 Cupid. 

2, Mabledon Place. 

1834. 301 Portrait of a lady. 

PLATT, T Painter. 

48, New Bond Street. 
1799. 579 View amongst the chalk clifTs 

near Gravesend. 

PLATT, William Painter. 

49, New Bond Street. 
1793* 345 Elinoureandjuga. From Chat- 

terton. 
1796. 498 An Arcadian shepherd and 
shepherdess; a sketch. 

Y 




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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PLAW, John Architect. 

Near Westminster Bridge^ 

Surrey, 
1775. 224 Fantaisie, a villa on the great 
island, Windermere, Lake, 
Westmoreland. 

FarsorCs Green^ Fulham, 

1778. 421 South elevation of a house for 

a gentleman in the county 
of Westmoreland. 
King*s Roady FarsorCs Green^ 
Fulham, 

1779. 238 Design for a bridge over the 

river Suir from the city of 
Waterford to the county of 
Kilkenny in Ireland, center 
arch 120 feet wide. 
36, Charles St., Westminster, 

1780. 434 Design for a bridge across the 

Thames at Fulham. 

1 78 1. 522 Elevation of a villa building 

near Vauxhall. 

Tokenhouse Yard, Lothbury, 

1782. 497 Elevation of a villa to be built 

in Suffolk. 
1783* 449 Design for a street. 

90, Tottenham Court Road, 
1785* 499 Designs for cottages and villas. 
511 do. do. do. 

1786. 454 do. villas. 

604 Design for Glenfiddich, a sum- 
mer retreat belonging to the 
Duke of Gordon. 
9, Terrace, 

Tottenham Court Road, 

1787. 490 Elevation of Haresfoot, Herts. 
492 Design for villas in rural archi- 
tecture. 

495 do. do. do. 

514 do. do. do. 

1788. 471 Design for a chapel. 

Southampton, 
1798. 962 Design for cottages, intended 
for publication. 
1017 do. do. do. 

1800. 986 South elevation, house in Scot- 
land. 
1029 do. do. do. 



PLAW, Miss J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1788. 513 View of Wavenden House, 
Bucks. 



PLAYER, F. Da Ponte Painter. 

4, Langham Chambers, 
1877. 774 Unloading; near Paignton, 
South Devon. 



PLAYER, William H Painter. 

Ventnor, Isle of Wight, 
1863. 383 The nearest way to the vil- 
lage — scene in the Isle of 
Wight. 
16, Lander Terrace, 

Wood Green, N, 
1884. 1 191 A watery moon. 



PLAYFAIR,J Architect. 

9, Howland Street. 

1783. 384 Design for a gateway. 

1784. 504 Monument to the memory of 

an artist. 
512 Waterfall at Raith in Fife- 
shire. 

1785. 536 Design for a mausoleum. 
541 Design for a bath. 

553 Design for a gateway. 

560 Entrance to Hawkeshead Park, 

the seat of the Countess of 

Glasgow. 

13, Russell Fiace. 

1787. 477 Bothwell Castle. 

1 788. 555 A nobleman's house, now build- 

ing. 

1789. 496 Farnwell Church, now build- 

ing. 

179O' 555 Design in perspective of a gal- 
lery now building. 

1 791. 488 Kinnaird Castle, now building. 

1793. 7<>^ The lesser Greek Temple at 
Paestum. 
706 Antient monuments on the 
Appian ways near Capua. 



PLAYFAIR, James Charles. 

Painter. 

26, Howland Street, 
1868. 775 lone: "Last Days of Pom- 
peii." 

1870. 620 The sempstress. 

187 1. 736 An intercepted letter. 

1872. 830 The toilet. 



PLAYFAIR, William Henry, R,S,A, 

Architect. 
1838. 1243 Royal Institution. 



PLEWS, Miss Helen M Painter. 

2, Queen^s Road Studios, 

St, John's Wood. 
1899. • 761 Clover field. 
1902. 714 A day of cloud and wind and 

rain. 
1904. 555 A windy day. 



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163 



PLIMBR, 

1786. 38 





3»S 


1787. 


»70 




308 


1788. 


J3S 
J36 



350 



1792. 


353 
*S9 




288 


1793. 


353 


1794. 


360 
463 




53* 


1795. 


535 
SIC 



1796. 534 





636 


1797- 


1014 


1799. 
x8oo. 


720 
815 


1801. 
1802. 


819 

771 


1803. 


799 
794 
802 


1805. 


340 


x8o6. 


344 
365 
663 


1807, 
1810. 


735 
893 

5^2 



Andrew. 

Miniature Painter. 

32, Great Maddox Street^ 

Hanover Square, 

A poor boy in a cold morn- 
ing. 

Death of Don Louis de Ve- 
lasco, in the storming of the 
Moro fort, at the siege of 
the Havanna. 

{The above were probably 
oil paintings^ 

Frame with Mve miniatures. 

2, Golden Square, 

A frame with three por- 
traits. 

Portrait of a lady in the char- 
acter of a gypsy. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Portraits of three young ladies 
in the character of gypsey 
fortune-tellers. 

Portrait of a young lady; 
enamel. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. lady of quality. 

(Lady Townshend,) 

Portrait of a young lady. (Aftss 
Elliott) 

Portrait of a lady. {Miss Han- 
way^ 

A portrait. 

Portrait of a young lady and 
her brother. 

Portrait of a nobleman. {Duke 
of Manchester.) 

Portrait of a nobleman. 

do. lady and child. 

{Mrs. R Griggs.) 

8, Golden Square. 

Portrait of a lady of quality. 
{Lady Heathcote.) 

Portraits of three young ladies. 

Portrait of a lady of quality. 
— Flimer, 8, Golden Square 

Portrait of a young lady. 

A miniature. 
A. Flimer, 8, Golden Square, 

A portrait. 

Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. lady. 

Lady C. Rushout. 

Mr. Scott. 

Master Cunninghame. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Mrs. Mortimer. 

Miss H. Leventhorp. 

The Hon. C. Acheson. 

Portraits of four children. 

Indolence; a portrait. 



1 810. 658 Portrait of a North Devon 
gentleman Farmer. 
i5i m>P^^ y^^^ Street, 

Manchester Square, 

1818. 605 Lieut.-Col. Grey. 
680 Portrait of a child. 
774 Mr. H. Burn. 

1 819. 724 Mrs. Col. Hughes. 



PLIMBR, Nathaniel. 

Miniature Painter. 
31, Great Maddox Street. 

1787. 327 Portrait of a lady. 

1788. 344 A miniature. 

351 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1789. io% do. do. 
320 Portrait of a lady. 

336 do. gentleman. 

1790. 303 A family. 

306 Isaac Perrins. 
1793. 381 Portrait of a lady. 

421 do. child. 

445 do. lady. 

1 794* 53<' Portraits of a lady and child. 

543 Portrait of a gentleman. 

549 do. an artist. 
1 795- 5^3 A young lady and her brother. 

1796. 575 Portrait of a lady. 

590 do. man and child. 

627 do. young lady of 

quality. 

1797. 862 Portrait of a gentleman. 
878 do. lady of quality. 
999 do. lady. 
768 do. do. 
819 do. an officer in the 

St George's Volunteers. 
886 A gentleman in Loyal Birming- 
ham Volunteer Light Horse. 
891 Portrait of a young lady. 

81, New Bond Street. 
1 80 1. 834 Portrait of a gentleman. 

13, Paddington Street. 
1815. 667 Portrait of a lady with a child 
on her back. 



1798. 



PLIMPTON, Miss Constance B. 
(afterwards Mrs. Smith) ... Painter. 
23, Lansdowne Road, Lambeth. 
1085 Ada, daughter of T. Sweet, 
Esq. 
I Study of a head. 
392 <' Into that wondrous track of 

dreams again." — Tennyson. 
865 Two pets. 

12 "A rosebud set round with 
little wilful thorns."— 2>;/«y- 
son. 



1885. 
1887. 



1888. 
1889. 



164 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Plimpton^ Miss Constance B. — con- 
tinued, 

1890. M9 Hugh Stannus, Esq. 

488 On the terrace. 
975 A blue study. 

1891. 412 Mildred, daughter of Ingress 

Bell, Esq. 
1089 Molly. 

1892. 140 "Sweet lips, whereon perpetu- 

ally did reign. The summer 
calm of golden charity." — 
Tennyson. 

207 Playtime. 

810 The audience. Painted with 
John H. Smith. 

1893. 474 Idle summer time. Fainted 

with John H, Smith. 

489 Sweet Violets. 

515 ' ' He is but a landscape painter, 

and a village maiden she.'' 
915 Morning frolics. 
{See Mrs. Smith.) 

PLIMPTON, G. R Painter. 

89, Charlton Street, 

Somers Town. 
1837. 163 The ruins of Croxden Abbey, 
Staffordshire. 

PLOCHHORST, B Painter. 

Berlin. 
1881. 363 Angel of Consolation. 
{Plochorst in catalogue.) 

PLOSZEZYNSKI, N Painter. 

91, Stanhope Street. 
1850. 990 The Rt. Hon. Lord Dudley 
Coutts Stuart, M.P. for 
Marylebone. 

PLOTT, John Miniature Painter. 

1773. 201 A miniature of the late Mrs. 
Pntchard. 
— Ploit, 

II, Charterhouse Street, 

Charterhouse Square. 

1777. 274 Miniature of a gentleman. 

275 do. young lady. 

276 do. lady. 
John Plot, 13, King Street, 

Covent Garden. 

1778. 237 Miniature of a lady. 

238 do. gentleman. 

239 do. lady. 
John Plotty 

87, St. Martin's Lane. 

1780. 363 Old Crouch, the Margate fisher- 

man. 

1 781. 335 Portrait of a gentleman. 



11, Bedford Street, 

Bedford Row. 
1783. 266 Portrait of a gentleman. 

36, Rathbone Place. 
1785- 346 Signior Diego Talamas. 

50, Rathbone Place. 

1787. 291 A boy's head; miniature. 

/. Plot. 

1788. 274 Portraits of a gentleman and 

lady. 

/. Plott. 

1789. 289 Portrait of a lady. 
1 793* 480 do. do. 

1794* ^^^ Euhun Sang Lum Akao, a 
Chinese. 

10, Margaret Street. 
1803. 332 Fruit and flowers. 

PLOWDBN, Miss Editha R. 

Painter. 
I, Stamford Road, Kensington. 
1885. 1704 "Bambino." 

PLOWMAN, Elise. 

Miniature Painter. 
Princes Street, West. 
1843. 899 Mon amie. 

PLOWMAN, T Architect. 

New Road, Oxford, 
1826. 905 Design for altering University 
church, Oxford. 
1009 do. do. do. 

J. Plowman, 

Commarket, Oxford. 

1830. 1 1 09 Design, Interior of Magdalen 

College chapel. 

1831. 1113 do. do. do. 

y. Ploughman, No address. 
1839. 1 21 2 Entrance Court. 

J, Plowman, do. 
1248 Worcester College. 

PLUM, R. B Painter. 

38, High Street, Worcester. 

1874. 266 Cavan, twin-back ford, on the 

Wye, where the English 
crossed immediately before 
the death of Prince Llewelyn. 

PLUMBE, Rowland Architect. 

13, Fitzroy Square. 
1872. 1258 Bryant and May's fountain at 
Bow. 
1261 Premises at Austin Friars. 

1875. 1029 Congregational Church at 

Woodford. 

1876. 983 Premises, Ray Street, Clerken- 

welL 



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165 



1877. 1 194 House at Surbiton, for Wilber- 

force Bryant, Esq. 

1878. 1097 do. do. do. 
1881. 1146 New porch, Southbank, Sur- 

biton. 

1886. 1660 Woodlands Park, Stoke 

D'Abernon, Surrey. 
1693 do. do. do. 

1726 do. do. do. 

1887. 1686 Church, Noel Park, Wood 

Green. 

1888. 1 80 1 Canterton Manor, New Forest. 
1890. 1836 Valley of Rocks, Hotel Lynton, 

North Devon. 



PLUMLEY, Thomas P Sculptor. 

II, Dartmouth Street^ 

Westminster. 
1865. 1016 Charles Conway, son of J. 
Thornton, Esq., of Feltham 
House. 



PLUMMER, H. L Painter. 

175, High Holborn. 

1837. 205 Study of a head. 

212 Mischief. 

213 Curiosity. 

1838. 157 Just up. 
160 Tickling. 

205 Eliza, youngest daughter of J. 

Middleton, Esq. 
445*Young ladies reading. 
516 The invalid. 

704 The Opera, portraits of two 
young ladies. 
23, Brad Street y 

Cornwall Road. 

1839. 323 Head of a young lady. 

422, Oxford Street, 
1845. 5°* Portrait of a lady. 

PLUMRIDGE, W Architect. 

At Mr, Holland's, 

Hertford Street, 
1778. 240 A Temple to Health. 

PLURA, J Sculptor. 

1 1, Broad Street , Soho, 
1782. 262 Portrait of a gentleman; model 
in wax. 
264 do. do. do. 

516 Bust of a nobleman. 
At Mr. Dufouf^s, 

Little TUhfield Street. 
1786. 553 Busto of the Abbe Grant, at 
. Romft, 



POCKELS, Miss C Painter. 

cfo IV. Tell, 

28, Dartmouth Park Rd. 
1869. 65 A German Peasant Girl. — 
Psalm XX vi, 8. 

POCOCK, A Painter. 

1841. 713 View of Carisbrook Castle, Isle 
of Wight, from the Clatter- 
ford Road. 

POCOCK, H. Childe Painter. 

42, Oakley Crescent, Chelsea. 
1885. 1444 A day of reckoning. 
17, Octavia Street, 

Surrey Lane, Battersea. 
1887. 1283 A book worm. 



POCOCK, 



1803. 



1804. 



518 
659 

76 
107 

406 





433 




470 


1805. 


110 

228 




»47 


1806. 


576 
34 




2»4 




aa7 




*43 




^74 




297 




299 


1807. 


597 

73 

128 




462 


1808. 


547 
70 




217 




*4» 



Isaac Painter. 

J, Pocock, 

1 2, Great George Street, 

Westminster. 

Beauty and Innocence. 

A girl reading. 

151, Neu* Bond Street. 

Venus and Cupid. 

The gleaner. 

Mrs. Sheridan. 

The Nun, from Bowles's Son- 
nets. "Tis poor Matilda; 
to the cloister'd scene, A 
mourner, beauteous and un- 
known, etc." 

Portraits of two sisters. 

Hope told a flattering tale. 

17, Old Bond Street. 

Rev. J. D. Haslewood. 

Rev. J. Moore, LL.D. 

Rev. G. Andrews, Rector of 
St James's. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Cupid. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Rev. Dr. Clarke. 

Mrs. Leach. 

W. Curtis, Esq. 

Sir W. B. Rush. 

Mrs. Strahan,daughterandson. 

Lord Barham. 

Sleeping child. 

Miss H. Nelson. 

Portrait of a young gentleman. 

Flight to Egypt. 

Cottagers. 

Capt. Agar. 

The death of Thomas k Becket, 
Archbishop of Canterbury, 
A.D. 1 1 70. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pocock) IssiSiC— continued. 

1808. 267 Portrait of a lady. 
353 Lieut. Agar. 

461 T. Davis, Esq. 
590 Landscape with cattle and 
figures — morning. 
7. J^ococJk, 1 7, Old Bond Street. 

1809. 237 Narcissus. 

/. Pocock, 1 7, Old Bond Street. 
503 Portrait of a child. 

1 8 10. 506 do. gentleman. 

/. Pocock^ 33, Brewer Street^ 
Golden Square. 

181 1. 114 The Sailor Boy. 

190 Portrait of his father. 

J. Pocock. 
238 Mr. Winstanley of Liverpool. 

I. Pocock. 
254 Portrait of a lady. 
440 Portraits of two young ladies. 
453 Portrait of a lady. 
477 do. do. 

181 2. 2 Mr. Rae of Liverpool as Edgar 

in King Lear. 

285 Mr. Hime of Liverpool. 

347 The late Lord Trafalgar, in the 
dress he wore as Esquire to 
his uncle the great Nelson, 
at the Installation of Knights 
of the Bath in Westminster 
Abbey. 

362 Girl at Brook. 

364 Welsh woman and child. 

1 81 3. 3 Mr. Sinclair of the Theatre 

Royal, Covent Garden. 
22 Infant Jupiter fed with goat's 

milk and honey in the island 

of Crete. 
161 Holy family. 
281 Mr. Rae of the Theatre Royal, 

Drury Lane. 
308 Portrait of a lady. 
633 Mr. Bishop the composer. 
680 Portrait of a gentleman. 

38, Brewer Street. 

1 8 14. 21 Portraits of a lady and child. 
107 Portrait of a child. 

291 The late Earl of Uxbridge. 

1815. 267 Venus and Cupid. 

345 Portrait of a clergyman. 

394 The Holy family. 

437 The Deluge. " The same day 
were all the fountains of the 
great deep broken up, etc." 
— Genesis f vii, 11. 

1816. 69 Anacreon sporting with Cupid 

and Bacchus. 
I $3 Mother and child. 
269 Portrait of a gentleman. 
500 Portrait of a child. 



40, Frith Street, Soho. 

181 7. 66 Mr. Horn as the Seraskier, in 

the siege of Belgrade. 

1 16 Companions in the North Mail. 
"Who my fellow travellers 
were, I know not, but at day- 
break my eyes were opened 
on these lovely objects." 

162 Portrait of a lady. 

237 Lieut. J. A. Moore, R.N. 

282 Portrait of a child. 

433 Mr. J. Cramer. 

1 8 18. 163 The cherub. 

»35 A Swiss Cottage Girl. 

363 Portrait of a gentleman. 
{Although most of the above were ex- 
hibited by J. Pocock, they are cUl by Isaac. 
J and I seem then to have been used indis- 
criminately.) 

POCOCK, Miss Julia. 

Miniature Painter and Sculptor. 
70, Gower Street. 

1 87 1. 992 Mrs. Scott Siddons. 

1872. 1579 Portrait medallion. 

1874. 383 Ellen; a portrait. 

1876. 1215 Portrait. 

1877. 7*7 " Ye seven ages." 
1306 Arbutus. 

250, Elgin Avenue, 

Maida Hill. 
1888. 2006 Cameo; original design. 
2, Elgin Mansions, 

Maida Vale. 
1903. 1285 Lesa Hallam. 

POCOCK, J. W Architect. 

Layton. 

1799. 1051 View of Feversham Church 

before the new steeple was 
erected. 

1800. 944 A cottage. 

1802. 971 Castle gateway, Windsor. 

POCOCK, Lexden L Painter. 

70, Gower Street. 

1875. 728 After rain. 

1876. 840 "She sate and teased The 

patient needle till it split the 
thread, etc." 

1877. 823 Garden pets. 

1878. 676 Aurora Leigh. "I sate on in 

my chamber green, etc." 

Rome. 

1879. 406 Claude Lorraine's villa on the 

Tiber. 
739 San Cosimato in Trastevere, 
Rome. 

73, Harrow Road. 
1885. 1415 A Surrey lane. 



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167 



1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 



1891. 
1892. 



1893. 



1894. 
1895. 
1896. 
1898. 



1899. 
1900. 



1901. 



1903. 
1904, 



41, WesUwume Park Villas. 
iioi A village fleet 
1385 Field labour. 
1768 A half holiday. 
159 Beside the still waters. 
1355 Famham Common. 

40, Bloamfield Road. 
1277 The rope ferry. 
294 Pollard willows. 
1069 Post office, Cropthome. 
1307 Cropthome Village. 
813 After rain. 
1023 Ophelia. 

1192 Dartmouth, from Kingswear. 
1037 Midday calm. 
446 A cottage garden. 
1033 The rismg moon. 
842 Cottage gardening. 
1 151 Isabella. "She gazed into the 
fresh thrown mould as 
though, etc."— A>a/J. 
710 A breadth of breezy common. 
228 The towing path. 
1216 ''Kilmeny looked up with a 

lovely grace, etc." 
1037 Students of the Reformation. 
"They receaved the worde 
marvelous wyllingly, and 
searched the Scriptures 
daylie whether it were even 
so." — Acts^ xvii, II, Caver- 
dale Bible^ 1535. 
896 The butterfly. " Yet wert thou 
once a worm, etc." — Rogers. 
403 Village Waits. 
972 The microscope. "Consider 
the lilies." 



POCOCK, Miss Margaret. 

Miniature Painter. 
40, Edith Grove. 
1883. 1290 Zoe; portrait on ivory. 

POCOCK, Maurice A Architect. 

35, Craven Street^ 

Charing Cross. 
1878. 1035 Houses at Guildford. 

7, Queen Ann^s Gate. 

1 88 1. 1 1 22 An English Hall, etc. 

1882. 1119 Country house, etc. 

1887. 1644 Entrance to provincial Public 
Building. 

POCOCK, Nicholas Painter. 

Bristol. 

1782. 222 His Majesty's ship Endymion 

carrying a press of sail to 

clear the N.E. end of Mar- 



1782. 504 



5>3 
1783. 7 



359 



370 



1784. 



39 
134 
146 

1785- *9 

97 
382 

393 

577 

1786. 387 



403 



47 i 
570 
590 



tinique, at the same time the 
Andromeda and Laurel fri- 
gates were lost in a hurri- 
cane, Oct. 10, 1780. 

View of St, Mary Reddiff 
Church, near the sea banks, 
Bristol. 

View of Clifton Hill from the 
sea banks near Bristol. 

The Arethusa. 

The engagement between the 
English fleet and that of 
France, April 12, 1782, at 
the moment when the For- 
midable, having penetrated 
the enemy's line near the 
center, appears to windward 
of it, followed by the Na- 
mur, etc., the enemy's 
center and rear in great con- 
fusion, and part of the van 
of the British fleet appearing 
to leeward, passing close 
along the enemy's line. 

The Mediator of 44 guns. Cap- 
tain Luttrell, coming up with 
the Menagere, who main- 
tains a running fight: The 
French frigate Eugenere 
bawling her wind from her 
consort; The Alexander 
prize, with the two which 
first escaped, appear in the 
distance. See Letter, 3 
o'clock p.m. 

A storm, a ship broaching too, 
others lying too, scudding, 
etc. 

Engagement between the Fame 
privateer of Dublin and four 
large ships from Marseilles. 

A strong gale. 

View of the Island Dominica. 

View from Prince Rupert's bay, 
Dominica. 

The engagement of the 12th of 
April, 1782. 

A calm. 

A storm. 

An engagement. 

View of Blaze Castle. 

The engagement between the 
British and French fleets on 
April 9th, 1782. 

The British and French Fleets 
after the engagement on 
April 29th, 1 781. 

A storm; water colours. 

Landscape do. 
do. do. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pococky Nicholas — continued, 

1787. 14 Morning. 
141 A calm. 

162 Strong gale. 
254 Moonlight. 
417 A landscape. 
491 Hot Wells; a drawing. 
521 View from the new Hot Wells; 
a drawing. 

1788. 71 Landscape. 

388 Representation of the action 

between the British and the 
French fleets on the 26th 
January, 1782, off Basse 
Terre, St. Christopher's. 

408 A landscape. 

550 Portshead point. 

554 Landscape. 

556 View of Scott's head, south 
point of Dominica. 

582 Landscape. 

1789. 404 King's road, Bristol, from Port- 

l^d. 
488 View on the road from Ross to 

Gloucester. 
$41 Landscape with figures. 
1 2, Great George Street^ 

Westminster. 

1790. 2 Seaport; composition. 

607 View of the Priory Walk, 

Brecon. 
635 Wood scene with figures; a 

study after nature. 

1 791. 4* Calm; Basse Terre, St. Kitt's. 
417 Storm abating — View of the 

south side of Denby. 
478 A disabled ship on a lee shore. 
599 A landscape, evening, with 

cottage children. 

1792. 97 A gale, sea-coast, and figures. 
477 A sea storm. 

483 A sea calm, shipping, and 

figures. 
686 An Indiaman off the Casketts, 

in a hard gale. 

1793. 288 A gale encreasing. 

540 Storm, ships scudding, with a 
view of Grosnont, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

554 View of Grosnont, Monmouth- 
shire. 

1 794. 267 Captain Jones in His Majesty's 

packet Chesterfield, rescuing 
the crew of a ship that was 
then sinking. 

389 A sea storm. 

1795. »3 The engagement between the 

Cleopatra and La Nymphe. 
270 The Flora leading the line in 
an engagement 



1795* 3^7 ^^^ India ships leaving Bom- 
bay. 

1796. 88 His Majesty's ship the Bruns- 
wick engaging the Vengeur 
on the 4th of June. 

1797- 235 The Indefatigable, commanded 
by Sir Edw. Pellew, taking 
the French frigate La Vir- 
gin^e. 
264 Capture of La Tribune, by the 
Unicom,* Captain Thomas 
Williams. 
317 The subdivision of the van 
squadron of the British fleet 
on the ist of June, 1794. 
536 Shipping. 

1798. 310 Capture of the Resistance and 

Constance, French frigates, 
close in with Brest, March 9, 
1797, by his Majesty's frig- 
ates St. Fiorenzo, Capt. Sir 
H. B. Neale, Bart., and the 
Nymph, Captain Cook. 

312 Capture of La Tamise, French 
frigate, by His Majesty's 
frigate, St. Margaritta, Cap- 
tain T. W. Martin, June 8, 
1797. 

369 Appearance of His Majesty's 
ship Bellerophon, Rear Ad- 
miral Paisley, Capt. W. 
Hope, as seen passing 
through the French line, 
May 29, 1794. 

758 A landscape. 

1799. 27 View of the French line of 

Battle in the Bay of Be- 
quieres, with the approach 
of the British Squadron un- 
der Rear Admiral Lord 
Nelson, to the attack on the 
evening of the glorious ist 
of August, 1798. 
29 View of the position of the 
two fleets (taken from the 
van of the French line) in 
action at half past nine 
o'clock at night. La Guer- 
rire, Le Conquerant, and 
Spartiale dismasted, the 
I'Orient on fire, August ist, 
1798. 
»33 The capture of L'lmmortalit^, 
French frigate of 42 guns, 
24-pounders, 580 men, by 
His Majesty's frigate, Fish- 
guard, 44 guns, 280 men, 
Thomas Byam, commander, 
off" Ushant, October 20, 
1798. 



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169 



1800. 71 Engagement between Hh Ma- 

jesty's frigates, St, Fiorenzo, 
Sir H. Neale, Bart., the 
Amelia, the Hon. Captain 
Herbert, and three French 
frigates and a gunboat, close 
in with Belleisle, April 9, 
1799. 

210 The capture of the Hermione, 
Spanish frigate of 44 guns, 
392 men, by Captain E. 
Hamilton, of His Majesty*s 
ship, Surprize of 34 guns. 

4«3 Ashlin's hall, Herts, seat of M, 
Raper, Esq. 

525 The burning the Spanish 
squadron, excepting one 
which was captured; with a 
view of the squadron, com- 
manded by Rear Admiral 
Harvey at Trinidada on the 
morning of February 17, 
1799. 

751 Portraits of nine ships of war, 
and others, launched from 
the yards of Messrs, Ran- 
dall and Brent within the 
space of one year, 

1801. 19 A storm. "The chiding bil- 

lows seem to pelt the clouds, 
etc." — Shakespeare. 
78 Situation of His Majesty*s ship 
Bellerophon, Rear Admiral 
Sir Thomas Paisley, after 
engaging the Revolutionaire 
of 100 guns, on the evening 
of the 28th of May, 1794; 
the Leviathan is seen en- 
gaging a-head of the Bel- 
lerophon ; the Audacious 
coming up. 

500 View of Caernarvon from the 
Menai. 

667 His Majesty's ship Anson, 
Captain P. C. Durham, in 
action with five French frig- 
ates, 1 2th October, 1798, 

1802. 283 East India ships beating out of 

Bombay, in the south west 
monsoon. 

1803. 139 Perilous situation of the Hon* 

East India Company's ship 
Rockingham, commanded 
by T. Butler, Esq., having 
on an expedition up the Red 
Sea struck upon a dangerous 
shoal. 
159 The disabled situation in which 
the Guillaume Tell, 84 guns 
(bearing the flag of 

VI. 



1803. 



641 



Hi A 



1804. 



1805, 



Admiral Decres) was found 
at daybreak of the 30th 
March, 1800, after having 
been engaged by His Ma- 
jesty's ship Penelope, of 36 
guns, commanded by the 
Hon. H, Blackwood; as 
also the Foudroyant, Lion, 
Stromboli, and Vicensa brig 
coming up astern, by the two 
first of which she was after- 
wards engaged* 
His Majesty's frigate the 
Brilliant, commanded by the 
Hon. H, Blackwood, en- 
gaged by La Vertue of 44 
guns, and Regenerie of 36 
guns, French frigates on the 
26thjmy, i798,offTenerifre, 
in which the latter were dis- 
masted. 
The Hindostan, G. Millet, 
commander, and senior 
officer of eighteen sail of 
East Indiamen, with the sig- 
nal to wear, stern most and 
leeward most ships first 
Landscape with a gang of 
gypsies^ from nature. 
83 A disabled ship on a lee shore* 

161 A storm. '* Now shivering o'er 
the topmost wave she rides. 
While deep beneath th' 
enormous gulf divides." — 
Fakiintr. 

i69 Perilous situation of the crew 
of His Majesty's packet 
Lady Hobart, after she had 
struck upon an island of ice 
in the Atlantic Ocean, on 
the morning of aSth June, 
1803. 

£04 The landing of the British 
army in Egypt under the 
command of General Aber- 
cromby, Admiral Lord Keith 
commanding the Fleet. 
If A sea storm. 

\l% A storm, shipping embayed on 
a rocky shore. 

172 View of Britton Ferry, Gla- 
morganshire, taken from the 
road between Neath and 
Swansea. 
His Majesty's frigate Endy- 
mioa, commanded by Sir T. 
tacking a Dutch 
of 74 guns, a 
ooners, gun 
anchor 




170 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pocock, Nicholas — amiimted, 

off Flushing, the three latter 
cut their cables, and made ! 
their escape over the shoals, J 
as did also the 74 (by light- ' 
ening her in the ni{^t) the 
evening of the victory off 
Camperdown, nth October, 
1797. 

1806. 135 His Majesty's ship Lively, O^. 

Hammond, engages and cap- 
tures the Clara, being the 
rear ship of a squadron of 
Spanish frigates engaged by 
a squadron of His Majesty's 
frigates off Cape St. Mary. 
Three of the enemy were 
captured, the fourth blew up. 

311 The Spanish frigate La Fama 
endeavouring to escape, 
having been previously en- 
gaged by the Medusa, whom 
she outsailed, is engaged by, 
and surrenders to, the Lively, 
Capt. Hammond. 

391 His Majesty's ship Leviathan, 
Captain Baynton, in close 
action with the San Augus- 
tino, a Spanish seventy-four, 
which she boarded and cap- 
tured off Trafalgar on the 
afternoon of October 21, 
1805. 

1807. 22 View of the British fleet, com- 

manded by Lord Nelson, 
and of the combined fleets 
of France and Spain, as they 
appeared at the close of the 
Battle of Trafalgar, October 
21, 1805. Taken from the 
north-east. 

193 View of the British Squadron, 
under Rear- Admiral Sir H. 
Nelson, K.B., at the com- 
mencement of his attack on 
that of the French, as it lay 
moored in line of Battle in 
the bay of Aboukir the ist 
of August, 1798. 

236 Representation of the situation 
of the British fleet, under 
the command of Lord Nel- 
son, and of the combined 
fleets of France and Spain 
at the close of the Battle of 
Trafalgar, October 21, 1805, 
taken from the south-east. 

506 The attack on the Danish line 
of defence and batteries off 
Copenhagen, by the British 



SqnadroD mider die com- 
mand of ^^oe- Admiral Lord 
Nelson; in whidi battle the 
whole were taken or de- 
stroyed, April 2, 1801. 

1807. $36 His Majesty's ^p Temeraire, 

Sir £. Harvey, Bart^ com- 
mander, boarded on each 
side by the Fogeox and Re- 
doububle, both of which 
ships she eng^ed and cap- 
tured in the batde of Trafal- 
gar, October 21, 1805. 

1808. 102 Destruction of the Droits de 

I'Homme, French ship of 74 
guns, and 1,600 men, by His 
Majesty's frigates Indefati- 
gable, Capt £. Pellew, and 
Amazon, Capt Reynolds, 
with which ships she sus- 
tained a desperate running 
fight of ten hours, and with 
the Amazon was wrecked in 
Rodieme bay, on the morn- 
ing of the loth of January, 
1797. The Indefatigable, 
with great difficulty, cleared 
the danger. 

1809. 57 A fresh gale, with ships, etc 

18 10. 118 Captain T. M. Martin, with the 

boats of His Majesty's ship 
Impetueux, rescuing the 
crew of the Venerable, of 74 
guns (Capt J. Hunter), lost 
in Torbay on the night of 
the 24th November, 1804, 
at daybreak not a vestige of 
the ship remained. 
269 Southampton, with shipping, 
etc., taken from the shore 
towards Netley Abbey. 

181 1. 222 Representation of His Majesty's 

ship Implacable, engaging 
the Sewolod, Russian ship 
of 74 guns, which she com- 
pelled to surrender after a 
close action of 45 minutes, 
in which she had 80 men 
killed and upwards of 80 
wounded: The Russian fleet 
bearing down to recover 
their ship, the Centaur, Rear 
Admiral Sir S. Hood, coming 
up, and making the signal 
of recall to the Implacable, 
the Swedish fleet being too 
far a-stem and to leeward to 
co-operate. 
258 Perilous situation of the Hon- 
ourable East India Com- 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



171 



pan3r's ship the Marquis of 
Rockingham, Captain 
Thomas Butler, on a voyage 
up the Red Sea, having struck 
on a sunken rock, in latitude 
20 deg. 18 min. North, and 
39 deg. 43 min. 30 sec. East. 

181 2. 69 View of the explosion vessel 
and fireships conducted by 
Capt. Lord Cochrane to the 
attack of the French fleet 
moored in the road of the 
Isle d'Aix, on the night of 
the nth April, 1809. 
359 View of the appearance of the 
French fleet, about noon, on 
the 1 2th of April, 1809: The 
Imperieuse, Capt Lord 
Cochrane engaging the 
Aquilon, Varsovie, and Cal- 
cutta, which were captured 
and burnt: The Ocean, etc., 
making sail for the River 
Charente. 
367 View of the situation of the 
Frenchfleet as they appeared 
the morning of the 12 th 
April, 1809. The Ocean, 
a three-decked ship, with six 
others of the line a-ground 
upon the shoals, two still 
continuing at anchor, near 
the Isle d'Aix : the remainder 
got into the river Charente 
and part of them aground. 

1815. 1 19 Captain Manby's method of 
saving ship- wrecked seamen 
from a vessel driven on a 
lee shore, by means of a line 
thrown over the ship with a 
shot from a mortar, as per- 
formed by Lieut Woodger 
on the 2oth of January, 18 14, 
near Yarmouth. "In firing 
the second shot from the 
top of the cliff, I had the 
satisfaction to throw the line 
over the vessel, which was 
full 230 yards from the cliff: 
on signals being made to the 
men on board, they hauled 
a sufficient quantity of the 
line for the bite to return to 
the shore, to which a hawser 
was made fast As soon as 
the people on the cliff had 
hauled the hawser on shore, 
and taught from the vessel, I 
madeagrummiton the haw- 
ser, sufficiently large for a 



man to sit in, with the bite 
of the line fast to it; the 
people on board then hauled 
the grummit along the haw- 
ser to the vessel, and one 
man got into it at a time, 
and was hauled on shore hang- 
ing on the hawser; by which 
method the whole of the 
crew, consisting of five men 
and two boys, were saved." 
1815. 270 Captain Manby's method of 
gi\ttng relief to a ship in dis- 
tress at a distance from the 
land, by throwing a barbed 
shot with a rope attached to 
it, from a mortar, over a 
buoyed hawser connecting 
two anchors; thereby pro- 
ducing a power to keep a 
boat's head to the sea, when 
oars cannot act, from broken 
water, and forcing the boat 
from an open or flat beat 
over a high surf; to facilitate 
pilots, etc., going off in bad 
weather to give assistance. 
498 Capture of L'Etoile, French 
frigate of 44 guns, 320 men, 
by His Majesty's ship 
Hebrus, of 42 guns, 260 men, 
after a chase of 120 miles, 
and a severe and close action 
of two hours and a quarter, 
in eight fathoms of water, 
close under the batteries of 
Cape La Hogue, in the night 
of March the 27th, 1814; in 
which were killed of the 
enemy 40 and upwards of 
70 wounded; of the Hebrus 
13 were killed, 35 wounded. 
527 Portrait of His Majesty's Yacht 
Royal Sovereign, having on 
board His Majesty Louis 
1 8th, escorted by a squadron 
of British and Russian ships 
of war, under the command 
of His Royal Highness the 
Duke of Clarence, the squad- 
ronsalutingfOntheafteraoon _ 
of the 24th of April, 1814. 

POCOCK, W. F .,. ... Architect. 

At Mr. Be^^kys 

Burr&nf^ Buitdin 
1799. tii; A side elevation oft I 



iSoo. 9^3 Design fof 



iionmtpp* 



172 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pocock 


,w, 


1801. 


863 


1802. 


1015 




I020 


1803. 


875 



1804. 923 

1805. 758 

1806. 843 



1807. 1042 



1808. 859 

1809. 737 
181X. 867 



1819. 1035 

1824. 902 

1825. 910 

1826. 999 

1827. 909 

1828. 1046 

1840. 914 

1841. 1058 



F. — continued* 

Southampton Street, 

A Design for the entrance front 
of a public building. 

Design for a sepulchral monu- 
ment erected at Leyton, 
Essex, for the family of H. 
Wildman, Esq. 

An internal view of the chapel 
of a mausoleum. 

The monumental column erect- 
ing to the memory of the late 
Duke of Bedford, in the 
grounds at Hafod, South 
Wales, the seat of T. Johnes, 
Esq. 

A design for a vestibule of villa 
for E. Warner, Esq. 

Villa in Cottage style. 

Design for a Temple of Fame, 
an edifice to be adorned by 
painting and sculpture, as a 
tribute of national gratitude 
to the honour of those who 
have defended their country 
by their valour, enriched it 
by their learning, or improved 
it by their genius. 

Design for cottages and villas, 
etc., intended for publica- 
tion. 

Design for enrichments. 

A guard room for the main 
guard of a garrison. 

Cottage Omie in Sir John 
Eamer's grounds at Black- 
heath. 

Trevor Terrace^ Knight sbridge. 

Hall and Supper rooms. Man- 
sion House, Montreal, Can- 
ada. 

Cumberland Tower, near Vir- 
ginia Water, Windsor Great 
Park. 

The Priory, Muswell Hill. 

5, Moor Terrace^ Knight sbridge, 

Gothic Hall in the Priory of 
Homsey, etc. 

The Priory, Hornsey. 

Grammar school, Aldenham, 

Herts. 
W. T, Pococky Trevor Terrace, 
Knightsbridge, 

Wesleyan Centenary Hall. 

W. F. Pocock. 

Wesleyan Centenary Hall. 



POCOCK, W. W Architect. 

Knightsbridge, 
1837. 1000 Design for a Gothic church. 



2, Halkin Terrace, 
1842. 1056 Collegiate building. 

1101 Villas at Bonchurch, for John 
Brewer, Esq., and John 
Constable, Esq. 

10, Trevor Terrace, 
1852. 1 1 90 Down Place, Sussex, for H. 

Willmor, Esq. 
1859. 1 1 19 Rev. C. H. Spurgeon's Taber- 
nacle, at Stoke Newington. 

PODDARD, J Painter. 

1847. 365 Portrait of a young lady. 

PODMORE, R Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1809. 371 Sketch from nature. 
181 1. 789 do. in Epping 

Forest. 
18 1 3. 795 View near Windsor. 

POGGI, Anthony Painter. 

Rome, 
1776. 227 Two small portraits. 
4, Orchard Street, 

Portman Square, 
1 78 1. 31 A Venus with Cupids. 

POHLMANN, Miss Charlotte. 

Painter. 
C, Poehlmann, 
Derby House, 

Park, Nottingham, 
1888. 1 151 A Dutchman. 

POINGDESTRE, Charles H. 

Painter. 

10, Alsopp Terrace, 

Regent's Park, 
1850. 472 A sketch in the farmyard. 

14, Russell Place, 
1862. 456 The road from the marble 
quarries, Carrara. 

47, Colomberie, Jersey, 

187 1. 235 The marble quarries at Car- 

rara. 

1872. 639 The Valley of the Anio, near 

Tivoli. 

1873. 504 An unfortunate recognition. 

1874. 1398 Roman cattle market. 

1875. "*^ Flies. 

1876. 460 Lowering marble from the 

quarry, Carrara. 

1877. 1340 In the Pontine marshes: buffa- 

loes clearing the canals of 
weeds. "To keep these 
canals clear of weeds, about 
two hundred buffaloes are 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



173 



employed the greater part 
of the year, and are driven 
in daily for several hours; 
two men follow in light 
punts, and keep them in a 
compact mass, filling up the 
whole breadth of canal; and 
when working against the 
stream, they offer such a 
check to the current that the 
water pours over their backs 
like a mountain torrent. In 
their endeavours to escape 
their drivers, they tear away 
the weeds, which are carried 
down the stream to the sea, 
one often rises behind the 
boats, either having dived 
to escape the punting pole, 
or having been pushed under 
by his companions.'' 

1878. 266 Roman wine cart : replenishing 

before entering the city. 
282 Buffalo carts crossing a stream 
near the Pontine marshes. 

1879. 637 Fair at Valmontone, near 

Rome. 

1880. 623 Cava dei Tirreni, near Sa- 

lerno. 
663 Poultry market, Rome. 
Jersey and 

36, Via d^ Greci^ Rome. 

1882. 447 Roman drovers and cattle. 

1883. $34 A steep road at the marble 

quarries, Carrara. 

1884. 3^5 Com threshing and winnowing 

on the Roman Campagna. 
816 A fair in Italy — a scare 
amongst the sheep. 

Jersey, 

1886. 586 Sora: Terra di Lavero. 

1009 Entrance to the village of 
CoUepardo, near Convento 
di Trisulti. 

1887. 475 A Continental express. 

7, Royal Crescent^ Jersey, 

1888. 270 Christmas presents in the Ab- 

bey. 

4, Albemarle Street, 

1889. X042 Disputed right of way; sketch 

at Amberley, Surrey. 

1890. 688 Beaulieu, Hants. 

2, Victoria Mansions^ 

Westminster, 
41 » Near the convent of Trisulti, 

Italy. 
523 A well in the Roman Cam- 



1895. 
1897. 
1898. 



pagna. 
438 The marble mountains, Massa 
di Carrara. 



1899. 986 Etruscan tombs, Civita Cas- 

tellana, near ancient town of 

Falerii. 
992 On the Mediterranean coast, 

near Terracina. 
1901. 748 Grotta P'errata fair, near 

Rome. 

POINTER, G. Henry Painter. 

3, The Mall, 

Park Road, N, IV. 

1896. 12 The late W. Noel Sainsbury, 

Esq. 

1897. 1661 Industrious. 

1673 Head of a woman. 

TAe Studio, Colville Houses, 

Bayswater, 
1899. 1487 A Chelsea pensioner. 

POITTEVIN, Edmond M. E. Lc-. 
See L, vol. v, page 37. 

POIX-TYREL, Edmond Dc. See D, 
vol. ii, page 307. 

POLACK,J.,Junr. 

Miniature Painter. 
158, Strand. 
1823. 924 Portrait of a gentleman. 

POLACK, Solomon. 

Miniature Painter. 
6, Artillery Lane, 

Bishopsgate Street, 

1790. 368 Portrait of a nobleman. 

16, Somerset Street, 

Goodman's Fields. 

1791. 281 Portrait of a Jew Rabbi of 

Berlin. 
367 Portrait of himself. 
1793. 368 do. a gentleman. 
420 A portrait. 
437 Portrait of a gentleman. 

146, Strand, 
1795* 450 A frame with six portraits. 

484 A beggar. 
1796. 642 Portrait of a beggar. 

643 do. gentleman. 

130, Strand, 

1 798. 848 Portrait of a beggar. 

137, Strand, 

1799. 823 Portrait of a lady. 

1800. 879 Mrs. Thompson. 

130, Strand 

1802. 1098 Portrait of a gentleman, 
iioi do. do. 

1803. 834 Miss Harway. 

847 Miss Ginkinson of Bath. 



^74 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Polack, 
1804. 



1809. 
1810. 
1812. 

1813. 
1814. 
1815. 



1816. 
1817. 



1818. 
1819. 



1821. 
1822. 



1823. 
1824. 



1825. 



1826. 



1827. 

1829. 
1830. 



1831. 

1832. 
1833. 
1835- 



588 

668 
«44 



791 



Solomon — continued. 

687 Portraits of Mr. Cohen, Mr. 

Bishope, Miss Bell, and Miss 

Gibins. 
766 Portrait of himself. 
612 Mrs. Polack. 
589 Mrs. Williams. 
588 S. Moor, Esq. 
603 Dr. Williams. 
529 Portrait of himself. 
368 A. Polack, Junr. 

629 Captain Bailey, in the Turkish 

service. 
654 The Rev. Nathan Solomon, 
Reader in the Great Syna- 
gogue. 
Mr. Kauffman in an ancient 

dress. 
Miss Elliott. 

A. Venmeulen, an artist of 
Amsterdam. 

158, Strand. 
Portrait 
836 Mr. W. Capon, the artist 

890 Portrait of himself. 

891 Master Polack. 

630 Miss J. Polack. 

586 Portrait of a gentleman. 

656 Sir George M. Keith, Bart., 

R.N. 
694 Mrs. S. Polack. 
662 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
567 Don Antonio Quiroga, Maris- 

cal de Campo, Grand Cruz 

de San Fernando. 

580 Portrait of a gentleman. 

581 Frame, containing three minia- 

tures — Diana, Ariadne, and 
a bacchante. 
158, Strand^ six doors east of 
Somerset House. 
686 Portrait of a lady. 

727 Rev. Mr. Whyner. 
739 Mrs. Johnson. 
630 B. Stewart, Esq. 
633 Portrait of himself. 
686 do. a lady. 
733 A bacchante. 

833 Demosthenes. 
884 Portrait of a lady. 
791 do. do. 

926 do. himself. 
935 do. a lady. 
716 Fancy sketch. 

728 Portrait of a lady. 
826 do. do. 



POLAND, Charles Architect. 

4, Bank Chambers^ Lothbury. 
1846. 1195 Design for a church. 



POLE, T. G Painter. 

39, Bedford Street. 
1839. 1256 Morning after a gale. 

POLBY, Edward William. 

Architect. 
II, Gaisford Street. 

1876. 1082 Decoration of dining room. 

20, Patshull Road. 

1877. 1095 Design for a dining room. 

31, Gaisford Street, N. W. 

1878. 1169 Design for a hall, etc. 

6, Duke Street, Adeiphi. 

1883. 1x73 Hall and staircase. 

1884. 1293 Staircase of a royal palace. 

POLLAK, J Sculptor. 

25, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 
1878. 1488 Holofernes; bust, bronze. 
»534 Judith; bust, bronze. 

POLLARD, James Painter. 

u, Holloivay Place, Holloway. 
182 1. 559 North country mails at the 

Peacock, Islington. 
1824. 773 Incident in mail-coach travel- 
ling. 
774 do. do. 

1839. 332 Motherly protection. 
456 Maternal anxiety. 

POLLARD, Miss Renira ... Painter. 
do sa, Clcdrville Grove. 
1892. 1221 Winter's favours. 

cjo Miss Malcolm, Studios, 

Hereford Square. 
1894. 1068 " Red and ripe." 
1896. 1107 First fruits of Autumn. 

POLLARD, S. G Painter. 

87, Marylebone Road. 

1864. 141 Tired. 

1865. S94 Our future fishermen. 

12, Alpha Road, 

St John's Wood. 

1866. 297 The invalid's friend. 

87, Marylebone Road. 

1867. 567 The mysterious stranger. 

Melville House, Taunton. 

1873. 43 Trawlers returning. 

1874. 499 "She sails well." 

965 " No salt on my tail." 

POLLDBN, R Architect. 

At Mr. Purser's, 

Christ Church, Surrey. 
1793. 685 Design for a bridge, 300 feet 
span. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



175 



POLLEN, John Hungerford. 

Architect. 
II, Pewtbridge Crescent, 

1861. 674 Archway of the New Museum, 

Oxford. 

1862. S97 Christ Church College, Ox- 

ford. 

1886. 1714 Rreplace for Ingestre Hall. 

1887. 1642 Ceiling for Blickling Hall. 
1651 Ceiling for Belton HalL 

POLLBNTINE, R.J Painter. 

108, Grtat College Street. 
1852. 305 Portrait of a favourite Spaniel, 
the property of a gentleman. 
450 View near Jesmond, Northum- 
berland. 
30, Ciaremont Temue, 

Kentish Town. 
1858. 355 A trout stream, Surrey. 

POLLBNTINE, W. H Painter. 

50, London Street. 

1847. 404 Dutch boats entering the river. 

1848. 320 Deal luggers, View from the 

South Foreland. 

POLLBT, J Sculptor. 

Paris. 
1865. 971 Bronze group. (French quota- 
tion from " Eloa " by Comte 
de Vigny.) 



POLLOCK, Miss Beatrice M. 

Painter. 
61, Cadogan Place. 
1896. 1082 A Sussex Common. 



POLLOCK, Maurice Painter. 

^^a^ Bedford Gardens. 
1889. 922 A sunny ditch, New Forest. 

POMBROY, Frederick W... Sculptor. 
10, Fentiman Road^ 

Clapham Road. 

1885. 2057 Study of a head. 

1886. 1751 Cain, an outcast; group. 

1887. 1828 Giotto; statuette. 

1941 II Piccino; bust, marble. 

1888. 1958 Study of a head. 
1961 Hymen; statue. 

1983 "So on a Delphic reed, my 
idle sprite so played."— 
Keats. Statuette, oronxe. 



1888. 



1890. 
1891. 



2037 Edward Hewitson, Esq.; bust, 
marble. 

31, Devonskirt Street. 

2050 Dionysus; statuette. 
1944 Nymph finding the head of 

Oipheus ; statue. " Orpheus 
dead, the Thracian Maenads 
Left him lying marble pale, 
etc." 

2051 In Arcady; statuette, bronze. 
2087 A vintage song; statuette, 

bronze. 

1892. 1923 Miss A. Broke; bust. 

1957 Reginald T. Blomfield, Esq.; 
bust 

I, Wentworth Studios. 

1893. 1695 Love, the conqueror ; statuette, 

bronze. 
1709 Memorial tablet to Evan Evans. 
1807 Arthur J. Ryle, Esq.; bust 

1894. 1776 Master Thomas Lee; bust. 
1823 Undine; statuette. 

1895. 1681 Portion of frieze, representing 

Labour, for Sheffield Town 
Hall. 
1682 do. do. 

1896. 1902 Statuette; "Pleasures are like 

poppies spread, etc." — 
Burns. 
1906 E. W. Mountford, Esq.; bust. 

1897. 1980 The nymph of Loch Awe; 

statuette, marble. Purchased 
for the Chantrey Bequest for 

X986 The late Sir Edmund Hornby; 
bust. 

1898. 1896 Medal For Inns of Court 

Fencing School. 
1964 Perseus; as a symbol of the 
subduing and resisting of 
Evil; statue. 

1899. 1903 The potter; statue. 

1956 Miss Helen Wackerman; bust, 

marble. 
1995 The snake-charmer; statuette, 

bronze. 

1900. 19119 Robert Blake, Admiral and 

General of the Forces of 
Great Britain ; statue, bronze. 
A054 The spearman; statue. 

1 90 1. 1700 Oliver Cromwell ; statue, 

bronze. For St. Ives^ Hunts. 
170$ Dean Hook, some time Vicar 
of Leeds; statue. 
1909. 1645 Joseph Leete, Esq.; bust, 
marble. 
t«47 The unowdn^j, statuette^ 
mwrbk** 
1903* ilio Sir Henry 
buitt j 




176 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pomcroy, Frederick W .^continued. 

15, Douro Place^ Kensington, 
1904. 1669 The late Dr. Temple, Arch- 
bishop of Canterbury. 
1682 Canada; bronze. For Lord 
Dufferin^s memorial^ Belfast, 
1743 Mrs. Hope Schumaker; bust, 
marble. 

PONCIA, W Painter. 

10, Portland Place^ 

Leamington, 

1844. 20a Jairus' daughter raised. "And 

He took the damsel by the 

hand, etc." Mark^y^ 40, 41. 

PONCY, Alfred Vevier De... Painter. 

12, Nottingham Street, 
1877. 405 A severe winter. 

SMrley Villa, Balham, 
1879. 839 The flock, 
1411 The triplet. 

59, Sistova Road, Balham. 
1886. 1 22 1 Study of sheep. 
1890. 139 Landscape and cattle in re- 
pose. 

PONDER, James R Painter. 

Place Verde, Antwerp, 
1884. 906 "Alike for feast or fight pre- 
pared. Battle and banquet 
both they shared." — Sir 
Walter Scott, 

PONDER, S Architect. 

41, Houndsditch. 

1 794. 626 Design for a temple. 

1795. ^4-5 Queen Square, Holborn. 

1796. 394 A View of the Tower. 

PONSFORD, John Architect. 

31, Riding House Lane, 

1820. 987 Chapel of a mausoleum. 

4, Wells Street, Oxford Street, 

182 1. 998 Design for a bath. 

PONSFORD, John Painter. 

Union Street, Plymouth, 
1823. 294 Mrs. Phillips. 

16, Bayswater Terrace, 
»S34' 495 Portraits of Miaoulis, Coli- 
opoulos, and Botzaris, three 
Greek officers, who distin- 
guished themselves in eman- 
cipating their country, and 
were afterwards sent as head 
of the deputation to the 
court of Bavaria to solicit 
Prince Otho to become King 
of Greece. 



17, Grove Terrace, 

St. John's Wood, 
1 84 1. 70 The tourist. 

46, Cambridge Street. 
1857. 1123 Portrait of an artist. 

PONTHON, N. A. 

Miniature Painter. 
A. Ponthon, 

43, Fetter Lane, Holborn, 

1798. 814 Mr. Stregling. 

N, A, Ponthon, 
55, Mount Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 

1799. 694 Portrait. 

1077 A model of Admiral Lord 

Nelson. 

1078 Mr. Blincowe. 

6, Yeates Court, Carey Street, 

1800. 849 Mr. Ward. 

PONTIN, George Painter. 

Church House, Yapton, 

Arundel, Sussex. 
1898. 13s Brigantine discharging coals: 
River Arun. 
807 Langston Harbour. 

1900. 489 Morning. 

The Chdlet, Shirley, 

Southampton. 
1904. 751 After rain. 

PONTING, Charles E Architect. 

Lockeridge, Marlborough. 

1892. 1618 Edington Priory church, Wilts, 

etc. 
1665 Almshouses — Latton, Wilts. 
1783 Stables — Pewsham, Wilts. 
18 17 Pewsham House, Wilts. 

1893. i$93 Music room, Marlborough 

College. 
1600 Donhead, St. Andrew's church. 
1898. 1652 Church of St. John the Divine, 

Ford, Wilts. 
1686 do. do. 

1901. 1622 Town Hall, Marlborough. 

PONTON and GOUGH.. .Architects. 
Athenaeum Chambers, Bristol. 
187 1. 962 Interior of a church near 
Bristol. 

POOL, J. L Architect. 

12, Adam Street, 

Manchester Square, 
1802. ioo6 Design for a Villa. 

/. Z. Pool, 
1804. 853 Design for a mausoleum to the 
memory of the late unfor- 
tunate Lord Camelford. 



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3Q, Albemarle Street. 
1808. 888 Greenhouse near Bromley, 
Kent. 

12, Adam Street. 
1810. 811 Design for a theatre. 

Albany Roady Camberwell. 
18 1 7. 881 Villa in Coburg Road, near 
Peckham. 

POOLE, Chris Painter. 

Creekmoorey PooUy Dorset. 

1889. X312 St. Servan. 
1326 Flower study. 
1363 Place St. Pierre. 
1368 Stonehenge. 

Norwood Cottage^ Teignmouth. 
1891. 1358 Ye olde Cannon Inne. 

POOLE, Frederick Victor... Painter. 
Old Palace House, 

Southampton, 

1890. 74* The anxious mother. 

105 a, Cheyne Walk. 

1891. 838 Waiting; a Dorset cottage, in- 

terior. 

II, Brunswick Square. 
1 90 1. 1444 Isabella. — Keats. 

POOLE, Henry Sculptor. 

46, Grosvenor Road. 
1894. 1749 Irene and her attendants re- 
moving St. Sebastian after 
his first martyrdom; group. 
1896. 1809 Daedalus and Icarus; group. 
4, Wentworth Studios. 

1 901. 1741 Hero and Leander; relief. 

1902. 16*8 Hylas and the water nymphs; 

relief. 

POOLE, Paul Falconer, R.A. 

Painter. 
17, Clarendon Street, 

Clarendon Square. 
1830. 987 The well: a scene at Naples. 
13, Francis Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 

1837. 495 Farewell! farewell! "A boding 

voice is in mine ear, we part 

to meet no more." — Bums. 

27, Grove St., Camden Town. 

1838. a66 The emigrant's departure. 

" What sorrows gloomed 
that parting day, That called 
them from their native land 
away." 
654 A market girl. 

22, Carburton Street, 

Jntzrqy Square. 
1840. 201 The recruit. 

VI. 



1840. 402 ''Herman, being in love with 

Dorothea, seeks her at the 
fountain, and asks her to 
come and live with his 
mother." 

1 84 1. 609 "By the rivers of Babylon 

there we sat down, etc" 
I, St. John Place, Lisson Grove. 

1842. 168 Tired pilgrims. 
352 Market Girl. 

389 Margaret alone at the spinning 
wheel. " My peace is gone." 

1843. 423 Solomon Eagle exhorting the 

people to repentance, during 
the plague of the year 1665. 
"I suppose the world has 
heard of the famous Solomon 
Eagle, an enthusiast. He, 
though not infected at all, 
but in his head, went about 
denouncing of judgement 
upon the city in a frightful 
manner, sometimes quite 
naked, and with a pan of 
burning charcoal on his 
head."— Z><r Foe. 

1844. 551 The Moors beleaguered by the 

Spaniards in the city of 
Valencia. The principal 
figure is that of Abenaif, the 
governor, described as a 
cruel and relentless man, but 
who held the city against the 
besiegers till the last ex- 
tremity. The scene is sup- 
posed to occur at early morn- 
ing; and food waxed dearer 
every day, till, dear or cheap, 
it was not to be had; and 
there was a great mortality 
for famine. 
1846. 575 The visitation and surrender 
of Syon Nunnery (at Isle- 
worth, Middlesex) to the 
Commissioners appointed by 
Cromwell, in the reign of 
Henry VIII. Syon was of the 
order of St. Bridget, and 
was one of the first large 
monasteries that was sup- 
pressed, the convent having 
been accused of harbouring 
the King's enemies, of 
denying his supremacy, and 
having entangled itself with 
the affair of the Maid of 
Kent 

The Commissioners were 
instructed to investigate in 
the strictest manner the 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Poole, Paul Falconer, R,A. — continued, 
goverament, education, and 
behaviour of persons of both 
sexes, to find all their 
offences ... to discover 
their jewelry, plate and 
relics, etc. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1848. 440 Arlete, a peasant girl of Fa- 

laise, in Normandy, first 
discovered by Duke Robert 
le Diable. "Duke Robert, 
returning one day from the 
chase, becomes enamoured 
of Arlete, whom he finds 
with her companions wash- 
ing linen in a stream. She 
afterwards became the mo- 
ther of William the Con- 
queror. 

43, Camden Road Villas, 

1849. 383 Compartment to the left — Fer- 

dinand declaring his love to 
Miranda. 

384 Centre compartment — the con- 

spiracy of Sebastian and 
Antonio. 

385 Compartment to the right — 

Ferdinand and Miranda 
discovered by Alonzo, at 
the entrance to the cave, 
playing at chess. 
514 The blackberry gatherers. 

1850. 389 The messenger announcing to 

Job the irruption of the 
Sabeans, and the slaughter 
of his servants. " And there 
came a messenger unto Job 
. . . and I only am escaped 
alone to tell thee. While 
he was yet speaking there 
came also another." 

1851. 344 The Goths in Italy. "And the 

principal warriors insulted 
the villas and gardens once 
inhabited by Lucullus and 
Cicero, along the beauteous 
coast of Campania. Their 
trembling captives, the sons 
and daughters of Roman 
senators, presented, in gob- 
lets of gold and gems, large 
draughts of Falernian wine 
to the haughty victors who 
stretched their huge limbs 
under the shade of the plane 
trees . . . These delights 
were enhanced by the me- 
mory of past hardships, etc." 
— Gibbon, 



1852. 279 The May Queen preparing for 
the dance. 
411 Marina singing to her father, 
Pericles. ** Pericles discon- 
solate at the loss of his 
daughter Marina, wanders in 
a ship from place to place, 
vainly endeavouring to dis- 
cover her ; at length, 
touching at Mitylene, she is 
brought on board to sing to 
him, and he, after recog- 
nizing her, is restored to 
happiness." — Pericles^ Prince 
of Tyre, 

1854. 352 The Song of the troubadours— 

Bertrand de Boru, Lord of 
the Castle of Haute Fort, in 
Provence, the warrior-poet 
of the 1 2th century. "In 
those times poetry played a 
considerable part in ail the 
events of the countries south 
of the Loire, etc." — Thierry, 
Glyddcr House^ 

Haverstock Hill, 

1855. 457 The seventh day of the De- 

cameron — Philomena's song 
by the side of the beautiful 
lake in the Ladies' Valley. 

1856. 373 The conspirators — the mid- 

night meeting. " Arnold, 
Werner and Walter (the lat- 
ter the father-in-law of Tell) 
of the three forest cantons, 
are described as having met 
by appointment, at a soli- 
tary spot on the Lake of 
Waldstatten, called Rutli, 
and there to have matured 
plans for liberating their 
country from the tyranny of 
Gessler." — A, Vieusseux, 

1S57. 391 A field conventicle. " During 
the ecclesiastical tyranny 
that prevailed in Scotland in 
the time of Charles II, a 
proclamation was made 
against conventicles. This 
harsh measure forced both 
ministers and people to the 
fields, where they had better 
access to disperse than in a 
house, and put some to 
bring arms with them, to 
defend themselves and their 
ministers." — Wodrow. 

1858. 310 The last scene in King Lear. 
"This feather stirs; she 
lives, etc." 




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1862. 


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1863. 


191 


1864. 


"4 




320 



i860. 40 The escape of Glaucus and 
lone, with the blind girl 
Nydia, from Pompeii. 
(Elected R.A.) 

Trial of a sorceress — the ordeal 
by water. 

" The flocks you see are all my 
own; beside the rest that 
woods and winding valleys 
hide, etc." 

Greek Peasants. 

Lighting the beacon on the 
coast of Cornwall, at the 
appearance of the Spanish 
Armada. " For swift to east 
and swift to west the ghastly 
war flame spread. High on 
St. Michael's Mount it 
shone; it shone on Beachy 
Head, etc." 
583 The foster children. 

1865. 162 A suburb of the Roman city of 

Pompeii, during the eruption 
(of 79 A.D.) when the city 
was buried under showers of 
ashes from Vesuvius. 
263 The parting moment. 

1866. 70 Going to the spring. 

82 Before the cave of Belarius. 

" Imogen, Good masters, 
harm me not, Before I en- 
tered here I call'd; and 
thought to have begg'd or 
bought what I have took, 
etc." — Cytnbeline. 

83 The tardy messenger. 
274 A midsummer night. 

1867. 59 " Was this a face to be exposed 

against the warring winds ? " 

King Lear. 
200 The path over the hills. 
203 Rest by the wayside. 

1868. 188 Custance sent adrift by the 

constable of Alia, King of 
Northumberland. ''But in 
the same schip as he hire 
found . . . Hire and hire 
yonge sone and all hire 
gere, etc." — Chaucer, 
382 A border raid. "Night far 
and wide her silent shadow 
flings." 

1869. 140 The prodigal son. 

257 Lorenzo and Jessica at Bel- 
mont. " In such a night did 
Jessica steal from thewealthy 
Jew, and with an unthrift 
love did run from Venice as 
&r at Belmonty etc**— 



1870. 



of 



176 The Spectre huntsman 
Onesti's line, 
His hell-dogs, and their 
chase, and the fair 
throng 
Which leamfed from this ex- 
ample not to fly 
From a true lover. 

" Anastasio being in love 
with one of the daughters 
of Signor Paolo Traversaro, 
spent the greater part of his 
fortune in the vain hope of 
gaining her affections ; fail- 
ing in his suit, he returned 
to his country-seat on the 
confines of the forest of 
Ravenna, where one day he 
saw, pursued by dogs and 
followed by a knight on a 
black horse, the phantom of 
a lady (whom for her cruelty 
to him during life, he is 
doomed to hunt and slay 
every Friday in the year). 
AnastasioinvitesSignorPaolo 
and his daughter to a ban- 
quet in the forest on the 
succeeding Friday, in the 
same place, when they see 
the same tragedy enacted, 
and she, fearing the like 
punishment, accepts him for 
her husband." — Decameron. 

1 87 1. 312 "Guiderius and Arviragus la- 

menting the supposed death 
of Imogen." — Cymbeline, 
Elstead^ near Godalming, 

1872. 309 Remorse. Diploma work. 

Uplands^ Greenhilly 

Hampstead, 

28 A lion in the path. 

286 The banquet scene from the 
Tempest. "Thunder and 
lightning. Enter Ariel like 
a harpy, claps his wings 
upon the table, and, with a 
quaint device, the banquet 
vanishes." — Act iii, scene 2. 

193 The grape gatherer. 

451 Rest by the wayside. 
1421 The butterfly. 
1875. "9 Ezekiel's vision. "And I 
looked, and behold, a whirl- 
wind came out of the north, 
a great cloud, and a fire in- 
folding itself, and a bright- 
ness was about it, and out of 
the midst thereof as the 
colour of amber . . . came 



1873. 



1874. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Poole, Paul Falconer, R.A,— continued. 
the likeness of four living 
creatures." — Ezekiely i, 4, 5. 

1875. 261 Entrance to the cave of Mam- 

mon. " The palmer lent his 
eare unto the noyce, etc." — 
Spenser, 

1876. 175 The meeting of Oberon and 

Titania. ''Oberon. Ill met 
by moonlight, proud Ti- 
tania, etc." — Midsummer 
Nighfs Dream^ Act ii, sc. 2. 

1877. 37 Leading the blind. 

193 The dragon's cavern. "Yawns 
wide within that holy steep 
A mighty cavern dark and 
deep By blessed sunbeam 
never ViV— Schiller. 

557 Autumn. 

1878. 146 Solitude. "A little shallop, 

floating near the shore, etc." 
— Shelley's Alastor. 

S24 Harvest time. 

487 Smithfield; the morning after 
the burning of Anne Ascue 
for heresy — looking forrelics. 
" On the 1 6th of July, 1546, 
Anne Ascue, a young woman, 
was carried out with her three 
companions to the scene of 
so many horrors, and chained 
to a stake, etc." — Froude. 

1879. 231 Imogen before the cave of Be- 

larius. 
295 Mayday; adorning the queen. 

POOLE, Samuel Painter. 

46, Grosvtnor Road. 
1892. 786 The maid of the mill. 
1208 Forsaken. 

1897. 749 An Idyll. 
1325 In the garden. 

18, Queen Ann^s Grove^ 

Bedford Park. 

1898. 1077 A corner of the garden. 

4, Wentworth Studios. 

1899. 1213 Afternoon tea. 

cjo C. Chivers^ Esq.^ 

Portway^ Bath. 
1903. 1000 After church. 

1058 At the booksellers. 

POOLE, T. R Sculptor. 

(Modeller to the Prince of Wales.) 

T. R. Pool, at Mr. Jfunter^s, 
Piccadilly. 
1799. 1072 Portrait of Sir James Saunder- 
son. 
1087 A model of the Duke of York. 



T. R. Poole, 

At Egerton's, Whitehall. 
1800. 444 Model of the Prince of Wales. 

POOLE, W. J Architect. 

72, Park Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1816. 853 Morning view of St. John's 
Wood Chapel, Regency 
Park, .". 



POPE, 

1785. 

1787. 
1789. 

1791. 



1792. 



1799. 
1801. 



1804. 
1805. 

1806. 



Alexander. 

Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
112 Portrait of Mrs. Siddons. 

Pope {the actor). 

Half Moon Street, Piccadilly. 
119 Mrs. Crouch; crayons. 

A. Pope. 

207 Portrait of a lady. 

208 do. do. 

246 do. do. 

86 Portrait of a nobleman. (Lord 
Cremome.) 

162 Portrait of a lady. 

163 Portrait of a chief magistrate. 

{Lord Mayor Boydell.) 
215 Portrait of a celebrated co- 
median. {Mr. King.) 
218 Portrait of an officer. (Captain 
Morris.) 

247 Portraitof a gentleman. (Owen 

Williams, Esq.) 

251 Portrait of a gentleman. (Mr. 
Cooke, the barrister.) 

12$ Portrait of a gentleman. (Dr. 
Godbold.) 

127 Portrait of a gentleman. (Mr. 
White.) 

161 Portrait of a gentleman. 

170 do. do. (Mr. 

W. Woodfall.) 

267 Frame containing five minia- 
tures. (Mr. King, actor, Mr. 
Herebon, Mr. Franklin.) 

432 Portrait of a gentleman. 

705 Portraits of the Duke of Leeds, 
Mrs. Pope, and Mr. Pascoe 
Grenville. 

736 A frame containing the por- 
traits of Miss Jane Boydell, 
W. Moneyhill, Esq., and G. 
Bolton, Esq. 
10, Lisle Street, 

Leicester Square. 

744 J. Wilson, Esq. 

364 Portrait of a gentleman, 

I4i Old Bond Street. 

384 M. Bryan, Esq. 

385 Portrait of a young lady 




THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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1806. 389 J. p. Curran, Esq. 

436 Mrs. T. Raikes and child. 
639 G. Annesley, Esq. 

1807. 422 Mrs. Oakley. 

428 R. Chaloner, Esq. 

431 Portrait of a gentleman. 

437 Mrs. Cruikshank. 

438 Portrait of the High Sheriff for 

the County of Surrey. 

1808. 374 Mrs. Williams. 
380 Miss Turner. 
383 T. Hope, Esq. 

1809. 298 Capt. Ashe. 

310 Master Robinson. 

311 R. Walpole, Esq. 
316 Portrait of a lady. 
335 Mrs. Reynolds. 
340 B. Oakley, Esq. 
684 Mr. C. Kemble. 
698 Portrait of a lady. 

1 8 10. 440 Portrait of a lady. 
442 do. do. 
451 do. do. 

453 do. gentleman. 

629 J. Fawcett, Esq. 

661 Portrait of a gentleman. 

181 2. 638 Lady Monson. 

I, Albany^ Piccadilly, 

181 3. 442 Miss Hamilton. 
594 Capt. Barlow. 
609 Mrs. Mathews. 
620 Miss Siddons. 

7, Albany Courts Piccadilly. 

1815. 602 The Rt. Hon. H. Grattan. 

1816. 652 Colonel Hughes, M.P. 
671 Westby, Esq. 

40, Keppel Street, 

1818. 822 Portrait of a lady. 

28, Store Street, 

Bedford Square, 

1819. 778 Portrait of a gentleman. 
182 1. 867 G. Robins, Esq. 



POPE, Mrs. Alexander (formerly 
Miss Clara Maria Leigh and Mrs. 

Wheatley) Painter. 

14, Old Bond Street. 
1808. 113 Cottagers going to market. 
1810. 525 Portrait of a lady. 
181 2. 475 Lord Monson. 

480 Madame Catalan!. 

7, Albany Court, Piccadilly, 

18 1 6. 509 Basket of flowers from Nature. 

561 Taplow House, Bucks, the seat 

of P. Grenfell, Esq., M.P. 
40, Keppel Street, 

181 7. sSo Study from nature of a holly- 

hock. 

562 Study from nature of a piony. 



1818. 566 Composition of flowers, studies 

from nature, contained in a 
portrait of the Vase presented 
to E. Kean by the sub- 
Committee and Performers 
of the Theatre Royal, Drury 
Lane. 

28, Store Street. 

1819. 598 Study of moss roses. "When 

I have plucked the rose, 
etc. " — Shakespeare. 

1820. 455 Pseonie rosea arboria from 

nature. 
458 Pseonie papavaracia from 

nature. 
609 Roses from nature. 

182 1. 568 Varieties of roses in a vase; 

drawn at Lee's nursery for 
S. Curtis, Esq., F.LS. 

576 Varieties of roses in an etrus- 
can vase; drawn at Lee's 
nursery for S. Curtis, Esq., 
F.LS. 

648 Celosia Cristata or Cockscomb; 
drawn from nature for the 
Horticultural Society. 

929 Double Sasanqua Camellia; 
drawn from nature at J. Pal- 
mer's, Esq., Bromley, Kent 

1822. 493 Crinum Amabile; drawn from 

nature at Sir Cha. Long's, 

Bromley Hill. 
523 Dahlias from nature. 
530 Composition of flowers from 

nature in a vase; drawn at 

the British Museum. 

1823. 610 Fruit and flowers, with an owl, 

from nature. 

1824. 492 Flowers and fruit from nature. 
526 The three spedes of Paeonia 

Moutan, or Tree Paeony, 
Papaveracea, Banksii, and 
Rosea, from nature; for Mr. 
Buckingham. 

19, Store Street. 

1825. 499 Composition of fruit and 

flowers from nature. 

1826. 555 Flowers and fruit from nature. 

1827. 547 Flowers from nature. 

1828. 301 Black grapes from nature. 
304 White grapes from nature. 

663 Flowers in a bottle from nature. 
668 Flowers in a china jar from 
nature. 

1829. 596 Flowers and fruit; a composi- 

tion from nature. 

1830. 577 Dahlias; George the Fourth 

and other varieties. 

1831. 589 Hollyhocks— the Adelaide, the 

Victoria, and other varieties. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pope, Mrs. Alexander — continued. 
1832. 577 Night — the great-homed owl, 
the bat and the cactus 
grandiflorus, or night-blow- 
ing cereus. 

29, late 19, Store Street 
i833. 622 Fruit and flowers. 
628 do. do. 

1834. 492 Flowers, shells, etc. 

1835. 484 The flowers of Shakespeare. 

"I must fill up this osier 
cage of ours, With baleful 
weeds and precious juiced 
flowers." — Romeo and Juliet, 

1836. 537 Autumnal fruit. 

1837. 760 From Milton's Lycidas. "Bring 

the rathe primrose that for- 
saken dies, etc." 

1838. 650 Specimens of the Cactus 

Grandiflora, cactus specio- 
cissima, cactus speciosa, Cac- 
tus Fiagelliforma, with the 
Erythina Laurifolia, or the 
Laurel-leaved Coral-tree. 
{See Mrs. Francis Wheatley.) 

POPE, Gustav Painter. 

74, Newman Street, 

1854. 336 The noble substitute. 

1855. 678 Inspiration. 

22, Charles Street^ 

Berners Street, 
1857. 110 The novice. "With thought 

en wrapt, etc." 
i860. 14 The weary wanderer. 

67, Berners Street, 

1 86 1. 238 The orphan's refuge. 

618 W. Harvey, Esq., F.R.C.S. 

1862. 188 A rainy day. 

1866. 735 Portrait. 

23, York Place, Baker Street, 

1867. 540 La petite fadette. 

584 "Ask me no more— thy fate 
and mine are sealed." 

1869. 150 The solo. 

2, Hinde Street, 

Manchester Square, 

1870. 136 Alice Schlesinger. 
455 Accident or design. 

1871. 303 War news; hostilities have 

commenced. 

1872. 894 Charity in the bud. 

15, Nottingham Place, 

York Gate. 

1873. 209 Mrs. Hartwell. 
605 Disinherited. 

1874. 107 Mrs. Barker of Sherfield. 
SOI Prayer of faith. 

1875. 56a The daughters of King Lear. 
1194 Portrait. 



1876. 354 

1877. 355 
493 
54» 



1878. 114 

476 
1382 

1879. 376 
611 

1880. 1410 
1472 

1882. 680 
748 

1883. 187 

579 

«47 

1885. 371 

1887. 925 

1888. 450 

1889. 671 

1891. 552 

1892. 5x4 

1894. 856 

1895. 445 



Miss Alice Purdy. 

Daily bread. 

Portrait. 

Miss Lily Calkin. 

Chatham House, High Pood, 
Knightsbridge, 

Cassandra's prophecy. 

A. C. H. Luxmoore, Esq. 

Peter Stuart, Esq. 

Miss Edith Whiting. 

J. Alington, Esq. 

Mrs. J. Major. 

Miss Ida Foster. 

81, Cadogan Square. 

Portrait. 

Miss J. Inglis. 

Andromache feeding Hector's 
horses. 

Mrs. Coape Smith. 

Companions in arms. 

A favourite. 

Miss Charlotte Valintine. 

296, King's Road, Chelsea, 

Bubbles. 

The apple of discord. 

Zenobia prepared for the tri- 
umph of Aurelian. 

Coming from Tanagra. 

Olivia. 

Mrs. E. Dordau. 



POPE, Robert Philip Architect. 

2 1 , Bedford Row, Gray's Inn. 
1859. 1120 Cromwell House, Mortlake; 

for James Wigan, Esq. 
i860. 637 Hospital at Hemsworth, Co. 
Cork. 

1 86 1. 708 Residence at Boxhill, near 

Dorking. 

1862. 898 St. Bartholomew's Hospital at 

Chatham. 

POPE, S Sculptor. 

1876. 1357 Ganymede; marble. 

POPKIN, G. P Painter. 

Plas Myrd, Llanwrst, 
941 A gleam in the gale— Criccaeth 

Castle in the distance. 
626 Refreshing shade. 

647 Shades of evening closing over 
Welsh hills. 

648 Force Nowddn Bochs, Carnar- 
vonshire. 

934 Cwm Idwall, Carnarvonshire; 

after rain. 
984 Rocky bed of the Lledder 

river, Dolwhyddelen Valley 

— evening. 



1855. 

1856. 
1857. 



1859. 



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183 



PORDEN, C Architect. 

At Mr, Wyaifs, 

1 2, Queen Anne St,y East, 
1782. 464 Design for a villa. 
1784. 421 do. banqueting house. 



PORDEN, C. F Architect. 

F. Porden^ 

at Mr. G, Wyatfs, Albany. 

1 8 10. 748 Design for a villa. 

C. R Porden. 

181 1. 825 A mansion to commemorate 

the glorious actions of the 
late Lord Nelson. 
6, Marlborough Square^ 

Chelsea. 

181 7. 918 Entrance to a military chapel 

to commemorate the Battle 
of Waterloo. 
5, Gloucester Street^ 

Queen Square. 

1818. 993 Design for a National monu- 

ment, etc. 

C. Porden. 
1825. 952 Church at Brixton. 



PORDEN, 

1778. 241 
242 

1784- 535 



1788. 450 
457 



1789. 430 





45 « 




4«i 


1790. 


609 




«3J 


1792. 


662 




665 




666 


1793- 


8 SO 




85, 


1794. 


568 



William Architect. 

At Mr, James Wyatt's, 

Queen Anne Street^ 

Portland Chapel, 

Design for the west front of a 
gothic church. 

Design for south front of a 
gothic church. 

4, Little Litchfield Street^ 

Cavendish Square, 

Design for an altar piece for a 
Roman Catholic chapel. 

14, Charles Street^ 

Cavendish Square, 

Drawing of Architecture. 

Perspective view of Phillimore 
Place, now building at Ken- 
sington. 

A design of a building to com- 
memorate the Revolution, 
do. do. do. 

Design for a British capital. 

Stables at Aldwarke. 

Farmyard do. 

55, Devonshire Street, 

House in Ireland. 

Dairy at Aldwark. 
do. do. 

Church and mausoleum, etc. 
do. do. 

Villa at Roehampton for Beilby 
Thompson, Esq. 



1795- 



1796. 



683 



1797. 



669 Design for a Square behind 
Grosvenor place, 
do. do. do. 

59, Bemers Street. 
732 House in Gothic stile for R. 

T. Gordon, Esq. 
734 do. do. do. 

800 (/« the index to W, Porden^ 
but by J, Burden in the 
catalogue,) 
849 House in Sussex for W. Breton, 

Esq. 
1091 Owston, near Doncaster. 
1094 Mausoleum for a noble family. 

1 1 36 Design for a place of Public 
Amusement in the style of 
Mahometan Architecture of 
Hindostan. 

1 1 37 A chapel in Windsor Forest. 
1 142 do. do. 
1163 Design for the west front of 

Osborne House in the Isle 
of Wight. 
1 1 70 Church of South Kelsey, Lin- 
colnshire. 

1003 Alteration of Swainston in the 
Isle of Wight, the seat of Sir 
John Barrington. 
X013 Hampton Lodge, the seat of 
N. Snell, Esq. 

910 Design for a market near Fins- 
bury Square on the estate of 
the Earl of Darnley. 

852 Eaton hall, the seat of Earl 
Grosvenor now building 
near Chester. 

672 do. do. do. 

688 Elevation of a house lately 
built for Mrs. Fitzherbert at 
Brighton. 

69a Design for the stables. Riding 
house and tennis court now 
building for H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales at Brighton. 

706 Interior view of the circular 
area of the stables building 
for H.R.H. the Prince of 
Wales at Brighton. 
1806. 791 Design for Downing College. 

803 Elevation for the west front of 
the Pavilion at Brighton, 
designed for H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales. 

810 North front of the stables built 
at Brighton for H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales. 

406 A sketch of the entrance hall 
at Eaton, the seat of Earl 
Grosvenor, near Chester. 
The statues are proposed to 



1798. 

1802. 
1804. 
1805. 



1807. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Porden, William — continued, 

be those of RoUo, the Dane; 
his uncle, the patriarch of the 
Grosvenor family; William 
the Conqueror; Hugh Lupus; 
and other distinguished an- 
cestors and relatives. The 
pictures, the descent of Rollo 
on Normandy, the battle of 
Hastings and Cressy, the 
conquest of Cyprus, and 
siege of Acre by Richard the 
First, and other actions in 
which the Grosvenors were 
present. The architecture 
is already completed for 
their reception. 

1808. 840 Broom Hall in Fifeshire, now 

building for the Earl of 
Elgin. 

1809. 767 Ecclestone church, near Ches- 

ter, as rebuilt by Earl Gros- 
venor. 

1810. 746 The dining room at Eaton 

Hall, near Chester. 

181 1. 851 Belgrave Ix)dge, Entrance to 

Eton Park, near Chester. 

181 2. 836 Drawing room at Eaton Hall. 

18 1 3. 813 Interior of Eccleston church, 

near Chester. 

PORTAELS, E Painter. 

51, Bedford Square, 
1870. 9 Souvenir d'Orient. 

PORTAELS, T Painter. 

6x, Greek Street^ Soho, 

1869. 174 Esther allant implorer aupres 

d'Assudrus la grice de son 

peuple. 

( Th€ last two artists may be Jean Francois 

PortaeiSy with enors in the initials.) 

PORTE, La. See Laporte, vol. iv, 
pages 386 to 388. 

PORTE, Le. See L, vol. v, page 37. 

PORTER, Alfred T Painter. 

38, Great Ormond Street. 
1882. 26 "And in the evening the vul- 
tures came." 
1885. 620 The Pied Piper of Hamelin. 
1887. 685 Habet! 

I a, TTie Avenue^ Fulham Road, 
1896. 286 La lance aux dames — a victori- 
ous champion. 



PORTER, Mrs. C. K Painter. 

9, Oval Road^ Regent's Park, 
1895. 'S5» Design for Christmas card. 
Single dahlias. 

PORTER, Daniel Painter. 

2, Star Roady Carey Street. 
1888. 962 A sketch at Sturry. 

3, Park Road Studios, N, W. 

1890. 426 Rev. J. C. Harrison. 

1035 Kathleen and Daisy, daughters 

of R. Greenhalgh, Esq. 
1053 Meditation. 

1 89 1. 389 The pet. 

26, Leighton Road, 

Kentish Town. 

1892. 74 Waiting. 

739 A collector of curios. 
802 A fair student. 
1 90 1. 577 At Hampstead Heath. 

PORTER, Edward P Painter. 

13, Alexandra Road, 

Nonfood, 

1899. 750 The chestnut team. 

1900. 479 At last! 

PORTER, Miss Ethel C Painter. 

1 2, Lysias Road, Balhatn, 
1895. 702 An old-fashioned girl. 

30, Tite Street, Chelsea, 

1899. 1439 Cynthia. 

1 90 1. 930 Jack, son of J. O'Donoghue, 

Esq. 
1328 Honor, daughter of Mrs. 
Christian. 

PORTER, Frank Painter. 

131, Ay and Road, 

Twickenham, 

1893. 998 Winter; " and winter comes to 

rule the varied year." 

Wribbendale, Bewdley, 

1900. 1247 The valley of the Severn. 

PORTER, F. W Architect. 

16, Russell Square. 
1866. 770 Union Bank of London, Temple 

Bar Branch. 
1870. 811 Union Bank of London, Char- 
ing Cross Branch. 
1874. 1 105 Royal Academy of Music, 
Regent's Park. 

PORTER (F. W.) and BOULNOIS 

(W. A.) Architects. 

13, Charlotte Street, 
1849. *"3 A County Lunatic Asylum. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



185 



PORTER, G Architect. 

At Mr, Chawnet^Sy 

82, Guildford Street 
1815. 786 Design for a Museum. 

Fort Place^ Bermondsey, 

1834. 920 Villa in Surrey. 

1835. 971 Villa on Brighton road. 
1837. 1021 London Leather warehouse. 

1129 Design for a building. 

PORTER, Miss Hilda Painter. 

62a, Westbourne Grove, 
1904. 613 The hour when labour ceases. 

PORTER, J Crayon Painter. 

Titchfieldy Hants, 
1784. 157 Portrait of a lady in crayons. 
{Miss Sidney,) 

PORTER, John Painter. 

1824. 831 Hagar and Ishmael in the 
wilderness. " And the angel 
of God called to Hagar out 
of heaven, etc." — Genesis^ 
xii, 17, 18. 
9, St, Mary St., Regents Park, 
1837. 424 Margaret of Scotland. "It is 
said that Alain Churtier, one 
of the best poets and orators 
of his time, was one day 
asleep in a porch, and that 
Margaret, passing through, 
approached and kissed him ; 
and to satisfy the amazement 
of her ladies, said, 'I kiss 
not the man, I kiss the poet, 
the author of so many beau- 
tiful things.' "—/'. Mathieu, 
33, Bay ham Street, 

1841. 146 The sisters. "So we grew to- 

gether. Like to a double 
cherry, etc." 
353 The lesson. 

1842. 333 A Welsh girl. 

PORTER, Miss Maud Painter. 

12, Lycias Road, Balham. 

1888. 912 Elizabeth. 

1277 "Glad, but not flushed with 

gladness, since joys go by." 

2, Egerton Studios, 

1889. J55 Mrs. Hessenberg. 

1176 James Bigwood, Esq., M.P. 

1890. 60 Miss Florence Simmonds. 
loxo Cecil Bigwood, Esq. 

1891. 1656 Miss Octavia Peile. 

1892. 5a Gladys^daiig^terofW.Gillikii, 



1893. 


'5» 


1894. 


288 




SOI 


1895. 


338 


1896. 


777 
61 
168 


1897. 
1899. 

I90I. 


914 

99 
782 
602 




1047 
1083 




1099 


1903. 


937 




65, Glebe Place Studios, 
" Multiplication is vexation." 

^i Joubert Mansions^ Chelsea. 
Lady Miles. 
Mrs. Pringle. 

30, Tite Street. 
Mrs. Philip Gooch. 
Study of a girl. 
Mrs. Hallowes. 
Mrs. Wansey. 
Hope deferred. 
W. G. Barber, Esq. 
The dress rehearsal. 
Colonel Treffry. 
Lady Sandhurst. 
Lady Maud Barrett. 
Mrs. Alfred Loder. 

I a, Cathcart Road. 
Mrs. Paris Singer. 



PORTER, Miss M. C Painter. 

71, Sloane Street. 
1859. 1 133 Interior of the Temple church. 



PORTER, Sir Robert Kerr... Painter. 
R. Porter, 

Castle St., Leicester Square. 
1792. 716 Death of Sir Philip Sidney. 
Vide Hume's History of 
England. 
R. K, Porter, 

38, Bedford Street, 

Covent Garden. 
1793' *M Portrait of an officer. 

565 The defeat of King Stephen at 
the battle of Lincoln. Vide 
Rapin. 
814 The guards on their march to 
Greenwich. 
1794. 566 Pyrrhus: his first battle against 
the Romans. 

66, St, Martinis Lane. 
1795* ^7^ Portrait of a gentleman shoot- 
ing. {Mr. Throgmorton.) 
324 A Saracen flying from the 

enemy. 
416 Portrait of a naval officer. 

16, Great Newport Street. 

1796. x8 Morning. 

260 A gentleman in the dress of 
Charles the Fifth. 

312 Christ appeasing the storm. 
For a chapel at Portica, 

335 Battle of Northampton. 

1797. 147 A horseman run down by a 

lion. 
to8 Portrait of a gentleman as 
Hamlet. 

BB 



1 86 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Porter, 


Sir 


1797- 


*49 
359 




533 
578 
611 


1798. 


752 
«34 
53» 



1804. 



574 



1799. 


693 

3'5 




5*9 
852 


1800. 
I80I. 


216 
74 



*59 

1802. I 

1803. 256 



280 



4«7 



318 

319 
1805. 582 



Robert Kerr — continued. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. lady and gentle- 
man. 

Four portraits, 
do. 
do. 

Durham Cathedral. 

Master Denham. 

Portraits of the Rev. J. Thomas, 
Mrs. Thomas, Miss A. M. 
Porter, and Hon. Captain 
Boyle. 

The portraits of Mr. Edward 
Carr, Mr. Charles Carr, En- 
sign Jones, I St Guards, Mr. 
Warren. 

A skirmish in a forest. 

A portrait of Mr. H. Johnson 
in the character of Carrol in 
Oscar and Malvina. 

Mr. Warren. 

St. John preaching in the Wil- 
derness. An altar piece for St. 
John's College, Cambridge. 
6, Gerrard Street^ Soho. 

Study of armour. 

Mr. and Mrs. Harry Johnston 
in the character of Hamlet 
and Ophelia. "Their per- 
fume lost, take thine again." 
— Act iii, sc. I. 

Lieut.-General Harris. 

Lyceum, 

Sir Sidney Smith. 

Portrait of a foreign nobleman 
in the British Service, with 
a View of H.M. ship Le 
Tigre, Constantinople, as 
seen from the artillery wharf 
at Top Hana. 

Portrait of a lady in Turkey. 
With a View of a building 
on the European shore of 
the Bosphorus, near Con- 
stantinople. 

A battle between the Austrians 
and French troops. 

A Russian Cuirassier. 

A British light dragoon. 

A drawing from the Avenger, 
or the Wrongs of Lady 
Hermegild. 

" The gleam of arms a splen- 
dour flung, 

Athwart the chequer'd floor, 

Asslowon grating hinges swung 

The hollow sounding door. 

Th* enthusiast's beaming eye 
was yet 



Half clouded with a tear; 
She rais'd its full blue orb — 

and met 
A warrior's frown severe." 
1805. 586 A drawing from the Avenger: 
or, the wrongs of Lady 
Hermegild. 
{He was knighted in 18 13.) 



PORTER, Thomas Architect. 

Holly Lodge^ 

St, John' Sy Fulham. 
i860. 700 International Hotel, Strand. 

5, Westminster Chambers, 
1874. 1094 The Crystal Palace Baths, etc. 
1 140 Stamford Endowed schools. 
942 Church of Goole, Yorkshire. 



1875- 



PORTER, W Painter. 

Oxford Street. 
1788. X72 Frame containing Ave portraits; 
crayons. 
Henrietta St., Cavent Garden. 

1799. 518 Mr. Nunn. 

520 Portrait of a young lady. 

16, Great Newport Strut. 

1800. 364 Miss Gomm. 
402 Mrs. Inchbald. 
592 Miss Urquhart. 

659 Mrs. Brun. 

660 Portrait of a lady. 

1801. 38$ Portrait, in a highland dress. 
423 Portrait of a child. 

518 Miss C. Jones. 

543 Vice-Admiral Mackenzie. 

577 Miss G. Gordon. 

32, Newman Street. 

1802. 453 Miss Aubin. 



PORTEUS, Edgar Painter. 

1 2, Elgin Roady Maida Vale. 
1873. 958 Bad times. 
1045 Good times. 



PORTEVIN Sculptor. 

Rue de Douaiy Paris. 
1864. 878 Joueur de billes. 



PORTSMOUTH, Percy H. 

Sculptor. 
21, Guildford Roady Clapham. 
1902, 1 66 1 Portrait bust. 

Royal Institution^ 

Moundy Edinburgh. 
1904. 169s A slave; bust. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



187 



POSSELWHITE, James... Engraver. 

Charterhouse, 
1870. 866 Cecilia Sara Richmond; after 
G. Richmond, R.A. 
868 Walter C. Richmond; after 
G. Richmond, R.A. 

POSTLETHWAITE, Miss Mary 

Elinor Painter. 

41, Oxford Road^ Kilbum, 
1889. 927 Orchids. 

1898. 7+5 " It is not linen you are wearing 

out, But human creatures* 

lives." 

1900. 431 Making paper roses for St. 

George's Day. 

27, Warwick Street ^ 

Kensington^ 
1903. 724 The busy mother. 

POSTMA Painter. 

5, Montpelier Terrace^ 

Knightsbridge, 
i860. 42 L'abondance de Tltalie. 
196 La Villa d'Este. 

POTT, Miss Constance M. ... Etcher. 
81, Cornwall Gardens, 

1616 Old wharf. South wark. 

1567 Gun and shot wharf, South- 
wark. 

1580 Old buildings, Lincoln's Inn. 

147* Trinity Almshouses, Mile End 
Road. 

1484 High Street, Kensington. 

»554 Oude Munt Toren, Amster- 
dam. 

1563 The trial proof. 

143S Bookplate. 



1897. 
1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



POTT, Laslett John Painter. 

43, Upper Gower Street, 
i860. 246 Effie Deans. 

549 Sketching from nature. 
1 86 1. 295 Dark and fair. 

3, Raymond Buildings^ 

Grays Inn. 

1863. 434 Puss in boots— behind the 

scenes. 

181, Adelaide Road. 

1864. 22^ Rebecca describes the fight to 

Ivanhoe. " * And I must lie 
here like abed-ridden monk,' 
exclaimed Ivanhoe, * while 
the game that gives me 
freedom or death is played 
out by the hand of others ! 
Look from the window once 



again, kind maiden, but be- 
ware that you are not 
marked by the archers be- 
neath.' ''—Sir IV, Scott. 
1865. 269 Old memories. 

1867. 404 The defence. 

1868. 321 The minuet. 

597 The first success. 

1869. 2 Fire at a theatre. 

1 87 1. 58 Mary Queen of Scots being 

led to execution. "Allons 
done, she then said, let us 
go; and passing out, at- 
tended by the earls, and 
leaning on the arm of an 
officer of the guard, she 
descended the great stair- 
case to the hall." — Froude. 

1872. 107 Charles I leaving Westminster 

Hall after his trial. 
560 Shakespeare reading before 
Queen Elizabeth. 
22, King Henrys Roady 

St. John's Wood. 

1873. 337 On the march from Moscow. 
1017 Prince Arthur and Hubert. 

''Arthur. Hubert, the utter- 
ance of a brace of tongues 
must needs want pleading 
for a pair of eyes." — King 
John. 

1874. 523 Paris, 1793. "O liberty ! que 

de crimes on commet en ton 
nom ! " 
1380 Dismissal of Cardinal Wolsey. 

1875. 1200 Don Quixote at the bdl. 

"Among the ladies, there 
were two of an arch and 
jocose disposition, who 
though they were modest, 
behaved with more freedom 
than usual; and to divert 
themselves and the rest, so 
plied Don Quixote with 
dancing that they worried 
both his soul and body. A 
sight it was indeed to be- 
hold his figure, long, lean, 
lank, and swarthy, straitened 
in his clothes, so awkward, 
and with so little agility." 
9, Marlborough Place. 

1876. 936 His Highness in disgrace. 

1877. 962 Waiting for the King's fa- 

vourite. 

1878. 435 Fallen among thieves. 

1879. 537 Mrs. W. T. Houldsworth. 
X063 Shopping. 

1395 Catherine Douglas barring the 
doors with her arm against 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pott, Laslett John — contintud, 

the assassins of James I of 
Scotland in the monastery 
of the Black Friars, Perth. 

1880. 985 The trial of Queen Catherine. 

23, Marlborough Place. 

1 88 1. 515 Before Naseby. "Coming 

events cast their shadows 
before." 

1882. 566 The Court favourite. "Princes 

courtesy abate, who play 
with trifles and neglect the 
state." 

1502 Priscilla. ** Said, in a tremulous 
voice. Why don't you speak 
for yourself, John ? " — Long- 
fellow. 

1517 J. M. Pott, Esq. 

1883. 1450 The ruling passion. 

1884. 693 Disinherited. 

1885. 746 Priscilla. "Covered with crimson 

cloth, and a cushion placed 
for a saddle, etc." — Long- 
fellow, 

1887. 517 News of a victory. 

1888. 1049 "All is vanity." "To use a 

familiar phrase, she appeared 
as if she had taken a new 
lease of life, and she adopted 
the whimsical method of 
damping the eager hopes of 
the King of Scotland for his 
speedy succession to the En- 
glish throne, by keeping 
his ambassador. Sir Roger 
Ashton, waiting for his 
audience in a place where 
he could see her, behind a 
part of the tapestry which 
was turned back as if by 
accident, dancing in her pri- 
vate chamber to the sound 
of a small fiddle." — Agnes 
Strickland. 

1889. 1263 "Moriamur pro rege nostro 

Maria Theresa." She con- 
voked an assembly of the 
states, and, clad in mourning 
and with her child, after- 
wards the Emperor Joseph II, 
in her arms, addressed the 
assembly with forcible elo- 
quence. She presented her 
son to the several nobles 
one by one. They all swore 
to defend and protect him. 
At last they drew their 
swords, and cried out unani- 
mously "Moriamur pro rege 
nostro Maria Theresa." "Let 



1890. 769 

1891. 1108 



1892. 357 
609 



1893. 827 

1894. 876 



1896. 364 

1897. 985 



us die for our King Maria 
Theresa ! " 

The jester's story. 

Napoleon's farewell to Joseph- 
ine. "Mydestiny and France 
demand it." 

Signing the first death-warrant. 

The first sight of Moscow. 
" Struck by the magnificence 
of the spectacle, the leading 
squadrons halted, and ex- 
claimed 'Moscow! Moscow!' 
and the cry, repeated firom 
rank to rank, at length 
reached the Emperor's 
Guard. The soldiers, break- 
ing their array, rushed tu- 
multuously forward, and 
Napoleon, hastening in the 
midst of them, gazed im- 
patiently on the splendid 
scene." — Alison, 

Game to the last. 

Sanctuary ; incident in the 
childhood of Peter the Great. 
"Behold him! replied the 
superior; he is here with 
God ! " A sense of religious 
awe — or of superstitious re- 
verence — rebuked the 
drunken violence of the 
soldiers. They became in- 
stantly silent, aghast — strick- 
en by the unexpected impos- 
ing sight, and the accompany- 
ing words of the priest." — 
Russell. 

10, Park Avenue^ 

WilUsden Green, 

The King's toilet. 

i8th June, 1815. 



POTTEN, Christopher Painter. 

Ashchurch Grove^ 

Shepherd's Bush. 
1878. 939 The downs near Eastbourne. 

POTTER, Arthur Painter. 

Fern House^ 

High Road^ Chiswick. 
1887. 733 Playmates. 
1889. 878 A basket of mischief. 
1015 An intruder. 

POTTER, Charles Painter. 

Wemelh, Oldham, Lancashire. 
1871. 641 The grave of Taliesan, the 
Welsh Bard, Llyn Gereon- 
ydd, North Wales. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



189 



1871. 



1874. 

1876. 
1877. 



1880. 

1886. 
1889. 
1890. 

1892. 



657 A wintry morning — Camedd, j 
Llewellyn, North Wales. 1 
Verneth, Oldham, I 
736 Street of the Tombs, Pompeii. 
Hogarth Club. 
697 A quiet pool on the Conway. 
725 Evening after rain — North 
Wales. 
Llanbedr Lodge, 

Tallybout, Conway, 
832 Early winter — Caemedd, Llew- 
elyn. 
199 A mountain path. 
716 Tillers of the soil, Zetland. 
246 Crossing the ferry — evening, 

Tal-y-Cafn, North Wales. 
611 Early spring — Welsh pastoral. 



POTTER, Miss Emily Painter. 

1 1, Henrietta Street, 

Brunswick Square, 
1854. 6oi **Mignon." 

POTTER, Frank H Painter. 

30, Henrietta Street, 

Brunswick Square. 

1870. 170 Study of a girl. 

21, Charrington Street, 

187 1. 431 A girPs head. 

2, Park Road Studios, N, W, 
1882. 1532 An old book of music. 

POTTER, F. S ...Sculptor. 

I, Grove Place, 

St, John's Wood. 

1862. 1138 James Kennedy, Esq.; medal- 

lion. 

1863. 1 136 Portrait; marble, medallion. 

1864. 990 Penelophon. 

12a, Grove Place, 

1866. 975 May, daughter of T. Sterry 

Norton, Esq. ; marble. 

1867. 1 130 J. L. Toole, Esq. 

1165 Thor. " Wroth woxThor when 
his sleep was flown. And he 
found his trusty hammer 
gone." 

1868. 1170 J. S. Reynolds, Esq. 

1870. 1 146 Alfred Sacheverel Coke, Esq. 

London, Skipston on Stour, 

1874. 1475 Sir J. Maxwell Steele Graves, 

Bart, (posthumous); marble. 

POTTER, R. H Architect. 

II, Henrietta Street, 

Brunswick Square, 
1845. 1071 Well at Dumpter, near Rams- 
gate. 



1845. 1152 Design for a public edifice. 
1199 St Augustine's Gate at Canter- 
bury. 

1 252 Design for a public edifice. 

1846. 1213 Church at Wymelle, near Bou- 

logne-sur-Mer. 
1297 Designs for public edifices. 
1308 (No title in catalogue,) 
1 321 Design for provincial bank. 

1847. 1 1 30 Hindoo temple at Madras 

— sketched on the spot, 

July, 1845. 
1849. 1033 South door, St. Magdalen 

Church, Gloucester. 
Normal College, Swansea. 
Design for a church. 
Cooley Bazaar, Calcutta. 
Design for a church. 
Educational Institution, Bol- 
ton. 
Design for a church. 
St. Mary Magdalene Church, 

Wooton, Gloucestershire. 
North Doorway, Stone Church, 

Kent. 
Cottages at Stone, Kent. 
Entrance to a cemetery chapel. 

Calais Court, Isle of Thanet, 
Porch at Halliwell, near Bolton, 

for Peter Ormrod, Esq. 
Farm building, Halliwell Hall, 

near Bolton. 
Gate Lodge, Halliwell Hall, 

near Bolton, 
do. do. do. 

Entrance, Park Hill, Wyers- 

dale, Lancashire. 



POTTER, R. S. H Painter. 

14, Clip stone Street, 

181 2. 426 A portrait. 

461 Mrs. J. Grosvenor. 

462 Portrait of a young lady. 

2, Foley Place. 

1 8 1 3. 75^ Cascade on the river Teverone, 

near Tivoli, Italy. 

825 View of the Temple of Vesta 

at Rome. 

826 Ruins of an ancient temple at 

Rome. 



POTTER, Sydney Painter. 

Parkstone Villa, 

High Road, Chiswick. 
1884. ^^ The waning of the year. 

Fern Villa, Chisunck, 

1889. 810 Some of Nature's gifts. 

1890. 989 The last of the season. 





1038 


I85I. 


^n 




322 


1852. 


1225 


1853. 


1120 




1 1 36 


1854. 


1118 




1217 


1855- 


1176 




1196 


i860. 


630 


I86I. 


682 


1862. 


822 




823 


1865. 


775 



19© 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



OTTl 


BR, Tcnnant Painter. 




3, Rudgrave Street^ 




Egretnonty Cheshire. 


1897. 


1866 Mercy. 


OTTJ 


BR, Walter B Painter. 




2, Bolton Gardens, S. W. 


1894. 


1400 Darby and Joan. 


1896. 


1478 Brentford. 


1897. 


413 Snow on Strath Braan. 




I $86 The Bridge on the moor. 


1898. 


1565 Saturday afternoon. 




1587 The beck. 


1899. 


1477 Skelgill. 


1900. 


93 A Highland trout stream. 


1901. 


136 The Tay. 


1902. 


in Inchuan Glen, Perthshire. 




1350 The shore road. 


1903. 


339 Esthwaite Water. 




l^^^ The fell side. 



POTTS, Arthur Painter. 

7, Meadow Studios, Bushey. 
1904. 1368 A maid of degree. 

POTTS, George B Painter. 

2^, Pali Mali. 

1835. 237 Banstead Downs. 

1836. 165 Near Isfield, Sussex. 

341 Above the Red House, Batter- 
sea. 

1837. 426 Scene in Northumberland. 

1838. 101 Arundel Castle from near the 

river. 

1839. 534 On the coast near Folkstone. 

1840. 85 Sketch on the Thames. 
263 On the Mole. 

388 Battersea. 

1 84 1. 204 Milburn, Northumberland. 

1842. 1102 Evening, near the Thames. 
1255 At Poynings, Sussex. 

1843. 175 On the Daren t, near Farning- 

ham, Kent. 

1844. 131 Near Bolney Common, Sussex. 
1 198 An overshot mill, near Ston- 

ington, Sussex. 

1845. 202 At Poynings, Sussex. 

542 An undershot mill at Aldbourn, 

Sussex. 
6$3 At Ditchling, Sussex. 

1846. 267 Old Shoreham. 

1847. 565 Sketch on the Thames. 

1848. 443 Near Atherfield, Isle of Wight. 

1849. 128 At Redhill, near Reigate. 

532 On the Thames at Chiswick — 
Evening. 

1850. 1002 On the Essex shore. 

185 1. 201 Near Lindfield, Sussex. 
461 At Oldbourn. 



1 85 1. 724 Near Northfleet. 
i860. 533 The River from Greenwich 
Park. 



POTTS. SULMAN, and HBN- 

NINGS Architects. 

I, FumivaFs Inn, 
1886. 1615 Trinity Presbyterian Church, 
Wimbledon. 



POUGBT. F Architect. 

24, St. Thoma^s Street, 

Southwark. 
1820. 899 Interior, St. Stephen's, Wal- 
brook. 

19, St Thomas's Street. 
1823. 937 Hall for the Salters' Company. 
52, Trinity Square. 
1842. 1200 St. Giles's Church, Camber- 
well. 

71, Trinity Square. 
1844. 1226 House at Springfield, near 
Chelmsford, for A. R. 
Chalk, Esq. 

32, Trinity Square. 
1849. 1070 Small Pox Hospital. 
1 07 1 Church in Surrey. 
1 124 Oatlands, for R. Mathews, Esq. 



POULSON 

1846. 1 198 Flowers. 



Painter. 



POULTER, Harry Painter. 

14, Thayer Street, 

Manchester Square. 
1887. 1425 Leicester Hospital, Warwick. 
1889. 1680 The village fishmonger. 

1 89 1. 1556 Dancers. 

1892. 1488 The pump-maker's yard. 

1893. 1465 The Midharbour, Greenock, 

N.B. 

POULTBR, J. A Painter. 

/. O. Poulter, 

Harden Cottage, Peckham. 
1850. 1 201 The Early Spring evening. 

/. A. Poulter. 
1852. 1309 A calm — spring evening. 
1857. 358 A winter evening. 

POULTNEY Architect. 

18, George Street, 

Upper Marylebone Street. 
1788. $95 Elevation of a design for a 
church on the plan of a 
Grecian cross. 



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191 



POULTNEY, R. Curzon- 

Miniature Painter. 

157, Fuiham Road. 

1894. 1223 The Countess of Powis. 

1277 The Countess of Yarborough, 
5, N&rth Terrace^ 

Alexander Square, S, IK 

1895. "34 The Marchioness of Ormonde. 
1269 Miss Campbell 

1896. 1304 Uidy Beatrice Butler. 

POULTON, James .., ,, Painter. 

Lymingian Houst^ Homtrton, 
1844. 251 Pigeons, etc, 

3, Marsh Hill^ Homtrion. 

1846. 288 The larder. 

1847. 595 The harem lily. 

1849. 281 The end of a quack — who 
would have escaped shot- 
free, 
1, Oartmont Pime^ Dalston* 

1859. S3 Game* 

POULTON, W, F Architect. 

2, BuUer Market^ Reading. 
1847. 1230 St. Lawrence's Church, Read- 
ing. 

POUNCETT, R , ..Painter. 

1840. 1048 Street in Palermo, done on the 
spot, 
{Founcett in index^ and P&unseti in 
catalogue.) 

POUNCY, B. T. Painter. 

Fratt Street, Lambeth. 
1782. 485 View of Canterbury Cathedral 
and part of St* Augustine's 
Monastery, 

9, Gray Walk^ Lambeth. 

1 788. 503 View at Canterbury, 

1789. 464 Gate of Dandelion, near Mar- 

gate. 



Alfred Painter. 

40, Acacia Road, 
A cattle path on the Gretaj 

Yorkshire, 
A cornfield, Arran, 
A mountain torrent. 
By the seaside, Arran- 
A summer morning, Ullswaten 
The River Lowther, fromAsk- 

ham Bridge, 
Hambledon Common, Surrey. 
Under the South Down 5^ 
Place Fell, Ullswater, 
The river Ure, Wensley dale. 
Falls at Aysgarth, Wensley 

dale. 



POWELL, 


1870. 


599 


1871. 


653 




749 


J872. 


757 
749 
7i6 


»873 
1875- 
1878. 
1879. 


735 
813 
7«9 
7*4 
«74 



1880, S19 Carrying hay in the meadow, 

near Eastbourne. 

1 88 1, 73 s A sheepfold, Surrey. 

1S84. 1166 Washing day, Hambledon 

Common, 
1885. iz)9 The head of the Burn, 
1888. 1359 The dell, 
1 89 1, 1365 Wick ferry^ Christchurch. 
1894. tti$Q Snowdon. 

1901, 967 St. MichaeVs Mount 

POWELL, Miss -ffilfreda. 

Miniature Painter. 

43, Sui her land Avenue, 
190K 1342 Looking glass portrait, 

1902, 1130 Adeline, daughter of the late 

Sir John Blois, Bart* 

POWELL, Alfred H-. Architect. 

18, Seiwood Flace^ 

Omlmv Garde f IS, 

1890. 1877 Towers of St. Wulfran, Abbe- 

ville. 

1891, 1813 Carved boss from chapter 

house, Southwell Minster. 
1922 Jew's House, Lincoln* 

POWELL, Charles Edward, 

Architect. 
89^ Chancery Lane, 
1883, 1 1 03 Design for almshouses. 

POWELL, C. F* ,,. .,. Painter. 

141, Alisap Terrace, 

New Road, 
1852* 615 Wliye Bridge, Hereford, 
1853, 633 On the Faddington Canal be- 
tween Kentish Town and 
Hampstead Roads, 
886 On Hampstead Heath, 
1834* 466 At Malvern, Worcestershire. 
1^35- 479 South-west view of St, Mi- 
chael's Church, St Albans. 

POWELL. C ,. Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor,) 

Mr, F&well, 
1783* 14? Waterfall at St Michael le 
Fleming, Westmoreland. 
249 Cascade in the Grove, near 

Ambleside, Westmoreland. 
150 View near Keswick, Cumber- 
land. 
1786- 3*5 Mellincourt waterfall, near 
Neath, Glamorganshire. 

C.Fowdl. 
1 788, 372 A stormy wind at sunrise, with 
a distant view of Dolbarden 
Castle, Wales, 



192 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



POWELL, Miss C. J Painter. 

The Cherry Orchard, Charlton, 
1874. 764 Early summer — apple blossom. 
1877. 767 Study of wild roses. 



POWELL, 



1807. 493 

1808. 225 
464 

1809. 224 



I8IO. 


172 


I8II. 


187 




4*1 




516 




535 


I8I2. 


240 



I8I3. 299 



I8I4. 225 
»97 



I8I6. 


5 




18 


I8I7. 


19 




39» 


I8I8. 


"5 


I8I9. 


138 


1820. 


285 




384 


I82I. 


260 



C. M Painter. 

10, Titchboume Street, 

Haymarket, 

Sea piece. 

Kent Cottages, Faddington, 

Sea piece. 

Mill near Mallwy'd, North 
Wales. 

Sea piece. 

37, Broad Street, 

Golden Square, 

Boats in contact. 

A stiff breeze. 

A Dutch passage boat. 

A storm. 

A calm. 

15, Lambeth Road, 

Sea piece; a calm. 

1 2, Broad Street, 

Golden Square, 

Smugglers putting to sea from 
Hastings beach, with a dis- 
tant view of Beachy Head. 

8, Broad Street, 

Golden Square, 

Sea piece; a calm. 

A strong gale of wind ; in which 
is exhibited an easy method 
of giving unimmergibility to 
common boats at the ex- 
pence of a few shillings. 
See Captain Manby's Lec- 
ture on Preservation from 
Shipwreck, p. 68. 

36, Crawford Street, 

A stiff gale off Dunkirk. 

A calm. 

A stiff gale off the Start, Ply- 
mouth. 

A landing place — morning; a 
calm. 

Sea piece; stiff breeze. 

55, Charlotte Street, 

The passage boat in a brisk 
gale. 

4, Windham Place, 

Montague Square, 

Calais Pier — the Dover packet 
going out. 

Entrance to Portsmouth Har- 
bour, looking out to St. 
Helens. 

Shore scene, with ship's boats 
putting off to sea. 



POWELL, Miss E. PfoUiott. 

Painter. 

5, Notting Hill Square, 
1 89 1. 854 A leisure hour. 

1099 Before martyrdom. " My grace 
is sufficient for thee; for My 
strength is made perfect in 
weakness." — 2 Cor, xii, 9. 
1893. 281 Waiting for the artist. 



POWELL, Edward Turner. 

Architect. 
6, Queen Ann^s Gate. 
1892. 1842 House at Streatham. 
1895. 1520 do. by racecourse, Lingfield. 
1899. 1621 Premises, East Grinstead. 
1903. 1577 The Hermitage, East Grin- 
stead. 



POWELL, Frank Painter. 

33, Momington Crescent, 
1855. ^®5 A mountain stream. 
Kersal House, 

Higfier Broughton, 

Manchester, 
1859. 1029 The falls of the Tummel. 

Dunoon, Argyleshire, 
i860. 774 Boggie Bum, Dunoon. 



POWELL, Frank S. Baden-. 

Painter. 
I, Hyde Park Gate South. 
1872. 311 Oaks in Sherwood Forest. 
1876. 1148 The Spener briick. Lucerne: 
an old wooden bridge de- 
corated with Holbein's 
"Dance of Death"; pen- 
and-ink etching. 
(For exhibits from 1880 to 1902, see 
Baden-Powell, vol. i, page 90.) 



POWELL, Hugh Peter Painter. 

73, Queen^s Crescent, 

Haverstock Hill, 

1867. 478 On the river Neath, South 

Wales. 

1868. 114 Waterfall near Coniston. 



POWELL (James) and Sons. 

Stained Glass Painters. 

Whitefriars Glass Works. 

1892. 1797 Design for a window at All 

Souls' College, Oxford. 

1816 Design for a windowr^ "* 

College,* ' ^ 




THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



193 




POWELL, J Enamel Painter. 

27, Thayer Street, 

Manchester Square, 

181 1. 320 Monk's head; enamelled on 

china. 
420 Dogs; enamelled on china. 
T. Powell, 
S3, Great Marylebotu Street, 

18 1 2. 615 Lord Wriothesley Russel; 

enamelled on china. 
/ Powell, 

53, Great Marylebone Street, 

1813. 575 Girls playing with a kitten. 

After Wright of Derby; 
Candle-light; enamelled on 
china. 
715 The birth of Christ After 
Carlo Dolci; enamelled on 
china. 
18 16. 911 Flowers. 

655 Portrait of the late Archbishop 
of York {Markham)'j en- 
amelled on china. 
4, Duke Street, 

Manchester Square, 
1822. 616 Enamel on china from a picture 
by Terburg in the possession 
of A. Baring, Esq. 

17, Connaught Square, 
1828. 828 Flowers. 
1830. 1 1 44 do. 

POWELL, James C. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
Whitefriars Glass Works, 
1 90 1. 1637 East window, Immanuels- 
kirche, Frankfort. 

POWELL, John Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
704 Llantony Abbey, Monmouth- 
shire. 
At Mr, Pounce^ s^ 

Pratt Street, Lambeth, 
Yaverland in the Isle of 
Wight. 
424 A View near Worcester. 

A sketch on the Harrow Road. 
A View on the road between 
London and Sidnam. 
790 Marsh Mill at Alvely, Shrop- 
shire. 
1798. 391 The remains of Bridgenorth 
Castle, Salop. 
4*1 A View of the West End of 

Worcester Cathedral. 
446 A View of the East End of 
Worcester Cathedral, with 
Edgar's Tower. 



1796. 



1797. 4" 



631 
696 



1798. 518 A View at Handbury Hall in 
Worcestershire, the seat of 
the Earl of Exeter. 
605 do. do. 

6, Old Cavendish Street, 

1800. 504 Bittern Priory, near South- 

ampton. 
797 South west view of Romsey 
church, Hants. 
34, John St,, Fiizroy Square, 

1801. 312 View in Hyde Park. 
461 do. do. 

690 Worfield Church, Shropshire. 

1802. 343 Hales Abbey, Gloucestershire. 
356 View of Cliffden, Bucks, be- 
longing to the Marquis of 
Thomond. 

374 View of the spring at Cliffden, 
Bucks, belonging to the 
Marquis of Thomond. 

493 View in Kensington Gardens. 
32, Great Portland Street, 

1803. 312 The remains of Barnham Ab- 

bey, Bucks. 
406 do. do. 

420 Blackgang Chine, Isle of 

Wight. 
436 Cowes Harbour, Isle of Wight. 

529 Wootton church. Isle of 

Wight. 

530 A landscape and cattle. 

551 Freshwater gate, Isle of Wight. 
664 A brick field at West Cowes, 

Isle of Wight. 

1804. 3»5 A View of Llantony, Mon- 

mouthshire. 
378 Llantony Abbey, Monmouth- 
shire. 

552 A View of Tintern on the 

Wye. 
615 Goodrich Castle on the Wye. 

1805. 273 A View near Llangollen, North 

Wales. 
459 Llyn'yguinadd Lake, North 

Wales. 
501 View in the Vale of Nant'y 

Nant, North Wales. 
503 Bridgenorth, Shropshire. 

1806. 397 Minster Priory, Oxfordshire. 
510 Cottage scenery, near Dolgelly, 

North Wales. 
545 A Mill near Dinas — Mouddy, 
North Wales. 

1807. 179 A Mill in Borrowdale, Cum- 

berland. 
189 Skelwith Force, Westmore- 
land. 

470 Bowder stone in Borrowdale. 

471 Entrance to Cockermouth 

castle, Cumberland. 

CO 



194 

Powell, 
1807. 



1808. 
1809. 



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1813. 
1815. 



1816. 

1817. 
1818. 
1819. 

1820. 
1821. 
1822. 

1823. 

1824. 
1825. 
1827. 

1828. 
1829. 

1830. 



John — continued, 

634 Stonethwaite bridge and 
Eagle's Craig in Borrow- 
dale. 

663 A View of Cockermouth, Cum- 
berland. 

414 Mill at Lanfair, North Wales. 

572 A study from nature at Dawney, 
Bucks. 

576 A study from nature at Hurs- 

ley, Hants. 

695 A study from nature. 

710 do. do. 

43a The Poor House, Fitzhead, 
Somersetshire. 

445 The White Rock, near Hast- 
ings. 

449 Amerden farm, near Bray, 
Berks. 

509 A scene near Hastings. 

503 View near Bridgenorth, Shrop- 
shire. 

506 Part of Bridgenorth. 

536 A scene in Langdale, West- 
moreland. 

352 Part of the village of Hursley, 
Hampshire. 

502 View of Romsey church, 
Hants. 

577 Scene in a lane near Chelten- 

ham. 
14, Alisop^s Buildings^ 

New Road, 
68» Keswick Lane, from Borrow- 

dale. 
952 Scene on the Grange River, 

Borrowdale. 
249 Claremont, from Esher Com- 
mon, the residence of 

H.R.H. Prince Leopold of 

Saxe Coburg. 
535 A farm house in Nether street, 

Finchley. 
734 Pegwell Bay, near Ramsgate. 
521 Rydal Water from the Park — 

morning. 
455 A scene on the Grange River, 

in Borrowdale. 
539 Windsor and Eton from the 

Forest. 
592 A mountain torrent, near 

Eagle's Craig, Cumberland. 
574 Airy Force in Gowbarrow Park, 

Cumberland. 
1113 Pendlestone Rock and Town 

Mills, near Bridgenorth. 
in4 Rock cottages at Bridgenorth. 
1 7, Connaught Street^ 

Hyde Park, 
1144 Flowers. 



14, Allsofs Buildings. 
1833. $50 Hereford from Bullingham. 

POWELL, John Painter. 

At Sir /oshua Remolds. 
1778. 243 Portrait of a gentleman. 
9, Great Newport Street^ 

Leicester Fields, 
1 78 1. 30 Portrait of a gentleman read- 
ing. 

9, Great Newport Street. 

1783. 112 A portrait. 
22$ do. 

1784. 230 Four portraits in a frame. 

1785. 239 Portrait; small. 

POWELL, J. H. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
Hunter^ s Lane^ Birmingham. 

1854. 1235 Cartoon illustrating the true 

principles of stained glass. 

1855. '^^4 "All ye that pass by thos way 

behold and see if there be 
sorrow like unto my sorrow." 
1857. 1 1 33 Design for filling in the great 
west window of Beverley 
Minster with stained glass. 



1835- 759 
1836. 799 



POWELL, Joseph Rubens... Painter. 
32, Clarendon Square. 
Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. do. 

70, Newman Street. 
1839. 370 John Porter Leigh, Esq. 

20, Victoria Road, 
Buckingham Palace. 

1850. 242 The Golden Age. 

21, Sydney Street^ Brompton. 
Diana at the bath. 
Cupid disarmed. 
Innocence. 

21, Alfred Street y 
Bedford Square. 

1856. 803 A portrait. 

21, Sydney Street ^ Brompton. 
" You must not touch them." 
Un jour de plaisance. 



1855. 59 

578 
884 



1857. 895 

1858. 330 



POWELL, Leonard M Painter. 

St, MargareVs Mansions^ 

Victoria Street. 
133 On the Avon above Bidford. 
487 " The summer days are over." 
1333 On the Avon below Bidford. 

Bayford Grange, Hertford, 
606 On the upper Lea, Herts. 
788 A misty morning. 
884 Edinburgh from the Calton 

Hill. 
1030 Near Midhurst, Sussex. 



1888. 



1891. 
1892. 
1903. 



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195 



POWELL, P Painter. 

15, Bridge Street^ Westminster, 

1 80 1. 314 Landscape.! 

1802. 9*7 A Waterfall. 

POWELL, P Painter. 

Claphatn Rise, 
1839. 1237 Lake scene at Aix in Savoy — 
morning. 
5, Burton Street y 

Eaton Square^ and 

25, Oriental Piace^ 

Brighton, 

1846. 1 80 Mountain torrent near Gre- 

noble. 

1847. *^5 A sketch of himself. 

637 View of Nice taken from the 
Villa Franca Road. 
52, King Street y Camden Town, 

1850. 3^ East cliff, Hastings. 
469 Landscape. 

555 My Sunday out. 

1851. zio At Chelsea Hospital. 
787 Lake scene near Aix. 

1853. 38 Lucy. 

POWELL, S Painter. 

88, Newman Street, 

1799. 350 South-east view of Netley 

Abbey. 
363 The entrenchment and remains 

of Morden Castle in Hursley 

Park, Hants. 
525 An interior view of Netley 

Abbey, Hants. 
1027 View of Dartford in Kent. 

POWELL, William Henry. 

Architect. 

18, Mecklenburg Square, 
1878. 1044 Courtyard of a riverside hotel 

at Great Marlow. 
1883. 1 1 20 Entrance to House at Becken- 

ham. 

1886. 1645 Rebuilding 126, Mount Street. 

6, Southampton Street, 

1887. 1610 Entrance, 49, Upper Grosvenor 

Street. 
1889. 1832 33 and 34, Grosvenor Square. 

POWER, A Painter. 

Maidstone, 

1800. 603 A flower piece. 

625 Three studies from nature. 

POWER, Cyril E Architect. 

97» Queen Victoria Street, 
1896. 1640 St. Cuthbert's Church, South 
Kensington. 



1896. 1 660 High altar, St. Cuthbert's 

Church, South Kensington. 
1756 Organ case, St. Cuthbert's 
Church, South Kensington. 
59, Ormond Street, W.C. 

1898. 1764 Houses at Walton-on-Thames. 

1899. 1 71 4 House near Arques, Normandy. 
1762 Church in Essex. 

1900. 1741 Study for a pulpit. 

POWER, Henry H Painter. 

FarrantSy 

Dunsfordy near Exeter, 

1900. 470 Sunshine and shadow. 

1 90 1. 820 Apple harvest, Devon. 

POWER, Miss Lucy Painter. 

37a, Great Cumberland Plcue. 

1893. 823 Henry Power, Esq. 

1897. 551 Henry Power, Esq., M.B., 

F.R.C.S. Presentation Por- 
trait, 

1898. 639 Parish Church, Whitby. 

POWERS, Hiram Sculptor. 

Florence. 
1841. 1269 Bust of Mrs. Burlton Bennett. 

1844. 1341 Bust of His Excellency Edw. 

Everett, the American 
Minister. 

1845. 1409 Marble bust of the Rev. Lering- 

ham Smith. 
1434 Marble bust of Mrs Robert 
Holland. 

7, Hyde Park Street. 
1850. 1382 A Bust of a gentleman. 

POWERS, Longworth Sculptor. 

1 1, Via Dante da CastiglionCy 
Florence. 
1886. 1776 Maud; bust, marble. 

POWERS, Preston Sculptor. 

cloj. Spiers y 

36, Bloomsbury Square. 
1882. 1643 Evangeline. "Sat by some 
nameless grave, etc." 

POWERS, W Sculptor. 

Florence, 
1867. 1041 George Peabody, Esq.; marble 
bust. 

POWLBS, Lewis C Painter. 

9, Queen^s Gate Place, 

1894. 121 Lady Eden. 

1895. 7«3 Miss Catherine Greville. 

1902. 982 On the Lago di Garda. 
1002 Market at San Casciano. 



196 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



POWNALL, Miss Ellen Louise. 

Miniature Painter. 
20, Harcourt Terrace^ 

South Kensington. 

1888. 1545 Mrs. J. Gould Coker. 

1889. 1632 Mrs. George Arbuthnot. 

1890. 15 15 Olive Winifred, daughter of 

Edward W. Browne, Esq. 

POWNALL, Frederick Hyde. 

Architect. 
7! H. Pownall, 

20, Ladhroke Square, 
1852. 1161 The Peveril gate, Dover Castle. 
F. H, Pownall, 

14, Whitehall Place, 
1854. 1204 Almshouses at Tunbridge 
Wells. 

15, Gower Street. 
1858. 958 School at Basildon, near Read- 
ing. 
i860. 658 Buildings for the 2nd Regiment 
of the Cheshire Militia at 
Macclesfield. 
716 St. Mary's church, Carleton, 
Yorkshire. 

30, Gower Street, 
1867. 879 Interior, St. Peter's Church, 
St. George's East. 

POWNALL, Leonard A Painter. 

5a, Elm Tree Road, N. W, 
1897. 1178 Yum-yum. 

1773 The Good Shepherd — stained 
glass design. 

4, Acacia Road, N, W, 

1899. 1167 The welcome. 

1900. 1217 " Caller herrin'." 

1 90 1. 1190 Dreaming. 
II 95 Idleness. 

The Priory, 

Northwoody Middlesex, 

1902. 959 A little flower seller. 
996 A feast of lanterns. 

1016 The try sting place. 

1903. 834 Mrs. Leonard Pownall. 

POWNALL, Miss Painter. 

I, St, Alban^s Terrace, 

Hammersmith, 
1874. 897 IlMabrouka. 

POWNALL, Miss Mary Sculptor. 

47, Rue Tangier, Paris, 
1897. 1944 Mercury; bust, marble. 
i8q8. 1813 La Madeleine; statue. 

53^, Via Margutta, Rome, 
1900. 1923 " Now I'm a fairy." 



(Now Madame Bromet.) 

Lime Lodge, Pinner Road, 

Watjord. 
1903. 1709 The Harpy Celaeno; bust, 
marble. 

POWNBLL, George. See Wigg and 
Pownell. 

POYBT, L Painter. 

201, Piccadilfy. 
1845. '57 Portrait of a lady. 

POYNDBR, T., Junr Architect. 

1798. 922 A design for a mansion house. 

POYNBR, William H Paintre. 

W, Poyner, 

55, Upper John Street, 

Euston Square. 

1852. 306 Portrait of a lady. 

W. Poyner. 

1853. 379 Mary. 

W, Payner. 
1855. 261 The young student. 
1857. 402 A child at crochd work. 

Mitcham. 
1864. 460 Returning from church. 

POYNTBR, Ambrose Architect. 

6, Lamias Conduit Place. 
181 7. 926 Design for a church. 

1822. 844 Design for an observatory. 

899 Church of La Madonna de' 
Miracoli, Venice. 

Carlton Chambers. 

1823. 665 Restoration of a house at 

Pompeii, from drawings 
made on the spot. 
989 Design for new Post office, etc. 

1827. 952 The Royal Hospital and Col- 
legiate chapel of St. Kath- 
arine in Regent's Park. 
Founded by Queen Matilda 
in 1 148, and removed from 
near the Tower for the New 
Docks. 

12, Regent Street. 

1 83 1. 986 Great Hall, Warwick Castle. 

12, Park Street, Westminster. 

1849. 1122 Library at Mostyn Hall, North 
Wales. 

1852. 1 153 Hall at Pynes, Devon. 

POYNTBR, Ambrose M....Arciiit€Ct, 

4, Bhomshury Sgaare. 

1894. 1736 Small country house. 

1895. 1597 Suburban house* 





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197 



2, Gray's Inn Square, 
1896. 1627 A country house. 

I, Great College Street ^ 

Westminster. 
1898. 1252 A corner of the Palatine. 

1694 Church, Burton-on-the-Wolds. 

148a Sloane Street, 

1900. 1885 Memorial to the late Lord 

Hillingdon. 
1902. 1593 Manor House, Mount Grace 
Priory, Yorkshire. 



POYNTE 



1861. 720 

1862. 138 



144 

1863. 38 

1864. 277 

509 



1865. 335 

54* 



1866. 45S 

1867. «4 




R, Sir Edward James, 

W,S. Painter. 

28, Grafton Street^ 

Fitzroy Square, 

Alia Veneziana. 

Heaven's messenger. An angel 
is sent from heaven across 
the Styx, to open the gates 
of the infernal city to Dante 
and Virgil, who are prevented 
by demons from entering. 
The lost souls condemned 
to eternal misery in the 
Stygian Lake flee terrified at 
the splendour of the un- 
accustomed vision. 

The bunch of blue ribbons. 

A day dream. 

On guard in the time of the 
Pharaohs. 

The Siren. "Whither away? 
fly no more, etc." 

62, Great Russell Street. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Faithful unto death. " In carry- 
ing out the excavations near 
the Herculanean gate of 
Pompeii, the skeleton of a 
soldier in full armour was 
discovered. Forgotten in the 
terror and confusion that 
reigned during the destruc- 
tion of the city, the sentinel 
had received no order to 
quit his post, and while all 
sought their safety in flight, 
he remained faithful to his 
duty, notwithstanding the 
certain doom which awaited 
him." 

Offerings to Isis. 

106, Gawer Street. 

Israel in Egypt. "Now there 
arose up a new king over 
Egjpt which knew not 
Joseph, and he set over Israel 
task*masters to afflict them 



1868. 


402 


1869. 


no 




269 




396 


1870. 


>37 




997 



1006 



I87I. 115 



238 

1872. 505 

1873- 541 



1874. 172 

1875- *33 
236 

1876. 934 

943 



1877. 169 

503 

1878. 43 
«55 



with burdens. And the 
Egyptians made the children 
of Israel to serve with rigour, 
etc." — Exodus^ i, 8, 14. 

The catapult 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

The prodigal's return. 

Alexander Walter, Esq. 

Proserpine. 

Beaumont Lodge^ Wood Green, 

Andromeda. 

Fortitude. Cartoon for a mosaic 
in the Westminster Palace, 

St. George. Cartoon for a 
mosaic in the Westminster 
Palace, 

The suppliant to Venus. 

"Then from the altar back a 
space he drew. 

But from the Queen turned 
not his face away. 

But 'gainst a pillar leaned, 
etc." 

Feeding the sacred ibis in the 
halls of Kamac. 

Perseus and Andromeda. 

Fight between More of More 
Hall and the Dragon of 
Wantley; companion pic- 
ture to Perseus and Andro- 
meda. 

Rhodope. 

The festival. 

The Golden Age. 

Cecil Wedgwood. 

Atalanta's race. "Atalanta, not 
willing to lose her vii^n's 
estate, made it a law to all 
suitors that they should run 
a race with her in the public 
place, and if they failed to 
overcome her should die 
unrevenged; and thus many 
brave men perished. At last 
came Milanion, who, out- 
running her with the help of 
three golden apples, given 
him by Venus, gained the 
virgin and wedded her." — 
Morris's ''Earthly Para- 
dise:* 
(Elected R.A.) 

1 1, Albert Terrace^ 

Knightsbridge. 

Mrs. Archibald Milman. 

The fortune teller. Diploma 
work, 

28, Albert Gate. 

Zenobia captive. 

Mrs. Langtry. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Poyntcr, Sir Edward James, P.R.A,^ 
R. W.S.'-continued. 

1879. 199 Alfred Baldwin, Esq. 

307 Nausicoa and her maidens play- 
ing at ball. 
"The queen now for the up- 
stroke, struck the ball, 
Quite wide off the other maids, 

and made it fall 
Amidst the whirlpools." 

— Chapman's Homer, 

1880. 250 A Visit to -^-sculapius. "In 

time long past when in 
Dianae's chase, etc." Pur- 
chased for the Chantrey Be- 
quest for ;;^I,000. 

1 88 1. 196 The Earl of Wharncliffe. 

19K Helen. " Too often in her ears 
Has rung the clang of arms, 
etc." 

335 Mrs. Robert Bell, aged 82 
years. 

1882. 224 In the tepidarium. 

1 133 Design for the decoration of 
the Dome of St. Paul's 
Cathedra], to be executed 
in mosaic. 

The large panel in the 
centre is from the design 
of Sir Frederick Leighton, 
P. R. A. ( Herefollo^vs a long 
description. ) 

1883. 191 Psyche. 

260 The Ides of March. "Yet 
Caesar shall go forth; For 
these Predictions are to the 
World in general as to 
Ccesar, ttc.^'— Julius Ccesar, 
act ii, scene 2. 

1884. 368 Diadumen^. 

847 The Right Rev. Alfred Barry, 
D.D., Bishop of Sydney. 

1358 Lady Elcho (drawing). 

1359 Mrs. George Batten (drawing). 

1778 A. G. C. Liddle, Esq. 

1779 L. L. 

1780 Lady Windsor. 

1781 Sir Joseph Whitworth, F.R.S., 

D.C.L., etc. 
{The last four are sctdptures,) 

1885. 322 Diadumene. 

571 Mrs. Skipp Lloyd. 
1225 A dream of the Arabian Nights. 

1886. 259 The Marquis of Ripon. 

603 Lieut-General Sir Gerald Gra- 
ham, V.C, K.C.B. 

1681 Design for an advertisement 
placard of the Guardian Fire 
and Life Assurance Com- 
pany. 



1888. 107 The Earl of Harewood. 

141 Portrait of the Artist. Peiinied 
far the Royal Gallery of the 
Uffitii^ Fibrence; ufijSnisAed. 

274 Miss Burne-Jones. 

592 Mrs. E. Bickerton Evans. 

708 E. Bickerton Evans, Esq. 

814 Under the sea wall. 

1889. 188 On the terrace. 

291 A comer in the Villa. 

The Avenue, 76, Fulham Road. 

1890. 212 Pea blossom. 

866 On the Temple Steps. 

28, Albert Gale. 

1 89 1. 305 The Queen of Sheba's visit to 

King Solomon. 
77u Avenue, PUlham Road, 

1892. 265 When the world was young. 
315 Rev. F. W. Macdonald. 

764 Miss Ruth Lucas. 

1893. 199 Chloe. "Dulces docta modos 

et citharae sciens." 
1393 Design for a border to the 
Queen's letter to the Nation, 
1892. 

1894. 163 Horse serense. 
253 Idle fears. 

1447 Three designs for the shilling, 
new coinage. 

1839 Design for the florin, new coin- 
age; reverse. 

1895. 270 The Ionian dance. 

'* Motus doceri gaudet lonicos, 
Matura virgo, et fingitur arti- 
bus." 

28, Albert Gale. 

1896. 300 Neobule. Hor. Od., iii, 12. 

"How unhappy are the 
maidens, who with Cupid 
may not play, etc." 
866 An Oread. 
(Elected P.R.A. and knighted.) 

1897. 188 Phyllis. "Est hederae vis Multa, 

qui crines religata fulges." 
299 The message. 
376 Sidney Colvin, Esq. Painted 

for the Society of Dilettanti. 

1898. 179 The Duchess of Somerset in a 

dress as Lady Jane Seymour. 
222 The skirt dance. 

" Motus doceri gaudet lonicos, 
Matura virgo: et fingitur arti- 
bus Jam nunc." 

1 1 52 Duart Castle. 

1256 Address presented to 

Majesty the Queen by the 
Royal Academy of Arts on 
the occasion of the comple- 
tion of the sixtieth year of 
Her Majesty's reign. Mxy 




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199 



1899. 


>53 


1900. 


160 




224 




1139 


I90I. 


169 


1902. 


149 




564 




839 




842 




843 




1031 


1903. 


101 



160 



575 
579 
832 

1037 
1904. 141 



246 



586 



hibited by special command 
of H,M. the Queen, 

The frontispice is by Sir 
E,J, Poynter, RR,A, Under 
a triumphal arch, on which 
are emblems of Peace, the 
Navy, and Commerce, Min- 
erva, unarmed and crowned 
with olive, presents the three 
arts of Painting, Sculpture, 
and Architecture. The ini- 
tial letter is by Mr, Briton 
Riviere, JR,A, The British 
Lion, resting upon a rock, 
guards the Imperial Crown; 
grouped around him are the 
Colonies and India — young 
lions and a tiger; above the 
lion hover two doves — em- 
blems of peace. 

The Hon. Violet Monckton. 

Mrs. Murray Guthrie. 

Water babies. 

Isola San Giuliano. 

Helena and Hermia. "We, 
Hermia, like two artificial 
gods, etc." 

Storm nymphs. 

The vision of Endymion. 

Mrs. Murray Guthrie. 

Duart Castle. 

Mrs. F. Bramwell. 

A garden in Rome. 

The bells of St. Mark's Cam- 
panile. 

The cave of the Storm nymphs. 
" Careless of wreck or ruin, 
still they sing, etc." 

Study of a cave at Tintagel. 
do. do. 

A Highland fishing village. 

Vesuvius. 

The nymphs' bathing place. 

Asterie. " Prima nocte domum 
Claude, etc." 

The sea cave. 



POYSER, T. J Painter. 

Chadwick Mounts Liverpool. 
1862. 535 Gone away. 

POZZO, G. da Painter. 

13, Vicolo da, S, Nicolo da, 

Tolentino, Rome. 
Jleluia! 

23, Mortimer Street, 
iMg. ij^s {N& title in catalogue,) 




RAOSSi Pmnk De. See D, voL li, 



PRABGBR, Miss S. Rosamond. 

Sculptor. 
Hollywood, Co, Down, Ireland, 
1891. 1950 A Neapolitan; bust. 

1896. i860 La Penserosa; head, terra 

cotta. 

1898. 1902 Fortune telling ; relief. 
1908 Bubbles; relief. 

1899. 2040 The Sunday child. "It is the 

Sunday child that sees the 
fairy"; statuette. 
1 90 1. 1773 The fairy fountain; relief. 

PRAETORIUS, Charles J.... Painter. 
14, Clairville Grave. 
1888. 615 Chrysanthemums. 
6, Sussex Place, 

South Kensington, 
1894. 1455 Design for a book-plate. 

Pomona Studios, Chelsea, 

1900. 1 181 Cemaes Bay. 

1 90 1. 756 Nereid. 

971 A summer morning. 

1 7a, Edith Grove, Chelsea. 
1904. 582 The Piazza di Spagna. 

PRAGA, Alfred ... Miniature Painter. 
8, The Studios, 

Holland Park Road. 
1894. 991 A favourite of the Sultan. 
The Grey house, 

Campden Hill, 

1897. 1420 Annabel. 
1492 Isabel. 

1898. 1385 Miss Jessie Weinholt. 

1900. 1 37 1 Jeanne, daughter of Theodore 
Roussel, Esq. 

PRATER, Ernest Painter. 

67, Albion Road, 

Stoke Newington, 

1897. 1686 A dash from a scrimmage. 

Memorial HcUl Buildings, 

Farringdon Street, 

1898. 1532 The Rugby game. 

1899. 1497 Nelson wounded at the Nile. 
1904. 1337 "Well passed, sir!" 

PRATT, A.J. Epps Painter. 

Marley-Shott. 

1879. ^'^ Through the meadows. 

PRATT, Edward Painter. 

74, Princes Street, Edinburgh. 

1880. 379 Premeditating. 

PRATT, G Architect. 

36, South Street, Park Lane. 
1798. 990 D^ign for a parsonage House. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PRATT, Hilton L., Junr. ... Painter, i 

Stoke-upon-Trent, j 

1867. 623 Cloud End, near Congleton, ; 

Cheshire. From Bosley i 

reservoir. i 

PRATT, J., Junr Architect. I 

41, Great Portland Street. | 
1 791. 472 The side elevation of a place ; 
of worship intended to be 
built. 
605 Front elevation of a place of 
Worship intended to be 
built. 
699 View of an hexagonal church. 
4, Cumberland Placey 

New Road. 
69S Design for a mausoleum. 
740 Design for a pavillion. 



1792. 



1793- 



RAT' 


r, John Painter. 




49, Portland Crescent^ Leeds. 


1882. 


1283 {By J. B. Pratt in the cata- 




logue) 


1885. 


198 Peonies. 




262 Fresh from the country. 


1886. 


667 A rest by the way. 




971 A study. 


1887. 


917 A corner of the larder. 


1888. 


957 Dead stock-dove. 




1146 In the larder. 


1889. 


384 A reverie. 




539 A study. 


1897. 


275 An Amateur: my father. 



PRATT, Jonathan Painter. 

Temple Chambers^ 
$o,JVeuf Street y Birmingham. 
187 1. 356 Latest intelligence. 

Hampden Villa^ Edgbaston. 
1878. 366 A judge on a lowly bench. 
19, Greenfield Crescent^ 

Edgbaston. 

1887. 127 " Where 's Grandpapa? " 

1888. 810 Maison Mauresque, Algiers. 

Royal Society of Artists^ 

Birmingham. 
1894. 733 A cottage Interior — Brittany. 

1900. 48* A Devonshire cottage. 
921 Interesting news. 

1 90 1. 205 The widower. 
1903. 547 A Breton Cottage. 

PRATT, Joseph Bishop ... Engraver. 
24, Kentish Town Road. 
1874. 1238 Maternal felicity. After S. 
Carter. 



Lonsdale House^ 
Dartmouth Parh Avenue, N. 

1878. 1 183 The bagged Fox. After E. 

Douglas. 
1186 «*My neighbour." After Mrs. 
Staples. 

1879. '^^4 '^^^ ^^^^ monkey. After Sir 

£. Landseer, R.A 
1284 Richmond Park. After S. 
Carter. 

1880. 1 3 18 The Mountain torrent After 

Sir £. Landseer, R.A. 
1344 Puss in boots. After Frank 
Paton. 

1882. 1283 The Minuet. After Val Prinsep, 

A.R.A. 
1290 Little Milksops. After Frank 
Paton. 

1883. 1360 A Jersey family. After £. 

Douglas. 
1402 A Norman Sire. 

1885. 1717 A Surrey Pastoral. After 

G. H. Boughton, A.R.A. 

1886. 1538 Bayard. After Frank Paton. 

1889. 1805 Forward on ! forward on ! After 

Thos. Blinks. 

1890. 1702 The swannery invaded by 

Eagles. After Sir £. Land- 
seer, R.A. 
Northover^ 

Dartmouth Parh Avenue. 

1891. 1716 Stolen Kisses. After Briton 

Riviere, R.A. 
1719 The loving cup. After Seymour 
Lucas, A.R.A. 

1892. 1591 Daniel's answer to the King. 

After B. Riviere, R.A. 
1605 Trim. After Sir £. Landseer, 

R.A. 
1615 The honeymoon. After Sir 

£. Landseer, R.A. 

1893. 1462 After a storm in the Highlands. 

After Rosa Bonheur. 
1895. 1401 On guard. After Rosa Bonheur. 
Carlton House^ 

Harpenden^ Herts. 

1897. 1710 Where the gannet builds. 

After P. Graham, R.A 

1898. 1506 Mrs. Gregory. After Sir H. 

Raebum, R.A. 
1511 The Duel. After Rosa Bonheur. 
1513 Mrs. Cuthbert. After Sir T* 

Lawrence, P. R.A. 

1899. '597 Miss Beresford. AfterJ. Hopp- 

ner, R.A. 
1598 Crossing the stream. After 

P. Graham, R.A. 
1602 Miss Farren (Countess 

Derby). After Sir T, Law« 

rence, P.R.A. 




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201 



1900. 1671 Moorland quietude. After Peter 

Graham, R.A. 
I go I, 1+17 Sundown. After Peter Grahanij 

R,A. 

1902. 1195 The Misses Hardy, After Sir 

T, Lawrence, P.R.A, 
ijoi A mountain stream. After 

P. Grabam, R,A. 
1511 Lady Ligonier. After T, Gains- 
borough, R.A, 

1903. t+04 Morning. After P. Graham, 

R.A. 
1408 His Majesty King Edward 
VIL After Luke Fildes^ 
R.A. 

1904. 1313 Miss Ross. After Sir Henry 

Raeburn, R.A. 
156J Free roamers. After P. Gra- 
ham, R.A» 

PRATT, Ralph Painter, 

49, Portland C reset nt^ Leeds, 
1881. 556 Oranges and jar, 

1883. 105 Study of Lemons, 

1884. 870 A Study. 

1885. S25 do. 

886 Study of oranges, 

1886. 99S A study. 

1887. 826 Dessert. 

1SS8* III Lemons and jar, 

9, South Parade^ Leeds. 
1893. 943 A study. 

PRATT, William ,„ .Painter. 

112, Baik Sireef^ Glasg&iv, 

18S0. 9S3 Wreck of the **Juno'* on the 
coast of Fife, straw laden, 
Birdsian^ Kirkintilloch^ 

Giasgow. 
1S89. 395 The living text, 
1893. 4*7 The way to the fold* 
1897. 50 Fallen fruit* 

6(^8 Salmon fishers. 

PRATT, William B .Architect, 

69, Rmdksham Road^ Clapton. 
18S3, 1115 Design for wrought-iron Park 
Gates* 



PRECORBIN, Mrs. De Painter. 

105, Tottenham Court Road. 
1806* %%i A group of flowers upon velvet* 




Painter. 

tS, S&ho Square. 

J&f t h e sliepberds. 



PREHN, William Sculptor. 

39, Stanhope Street. 
1862. 413 Postilion returning home with 
his horses in Rhenish 
Prussia. 

215, Brampton Road. 
1865. 1044 Portrait of Blair Athol. 
1867. 785 Troup of Wallachian horses 

attacked by wolves. 
1870. 1080 Bloodhounds with puppies; 
bronze. 
Argyle House^ Cromwell Road. 
1876. 1455 A group of polar bears. 
The Studios, 

Stratford Road, Kensington. 

1883. 159s "Breadalbane;" statuette. 
1670 African elephant; statuette, 

bronze. 

PREINDLSBERGER, Miss Mari- 

anne Painter. 

13, Holland Street^ Kensington. 

1884. 536 Scared. 

PRBLL, Hermann Painter. 

Handelstrasse, BerUn. 
1889. 212 Holy rest. 

PRENTICE, Andrew N.... Architect. 

38, Rossetti Mansions. 

1892. 1767 Convent of Sta. Paula, Seville, 

Spain, doorway. 

1785 Convent of St Marcos, Leon, 

Spain; fa9ade. 
1802 Glasgow Art Gallery. 
Hastings House^ 

Norfolk Street, Strand. 

1894. 1675 A country retreat 

1895. '499 Dtitch library, Glasgow. 

1896. 1724 A country house. 
17*5 do. do. 

1899. 1624 Cavenham Hall, Sussex. 
1634 do. do. 

1684 do. do. 

1900. 1700 The retreat, Lakenhead, Suf- 

folk. 
1719 Gates, eta, in Suffolk. 

1902. 1369 House at de Pary's Avenue, 

Bedford. 
1577 Dining room, Suffolk. 

1903. 1496 Witham Hall, Lincolnshire. 

1904. 1547 Chelwood Manor, Sussex. 
1548 do. do. 

PRENTICE, Miss Kate Painter. 

25, Edwardes Square, 

Kensington. 
1894. 950 From Ilkley Moors. 

OD 



202 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PRENTICE (A. N.) and BOLTON 

(A. T.) Architects. 

Hastings HousCy 

Norfolk Street, 
1896. 1782 County Buildings, Durham. 

PRENTIS, Edward Painter. 

2, Tavistock Row^ 

Covent Garden, 
1323. 376 Girl with matches. 
378 Boy with oranges. 

PRESCOTT, C. Trevor Painter. 

71, Upper Stanliope Street^ 

Liverpool, 
1895. ^9^ Endymion. 

PRESCOTT, H. P Painter. 

4, Upper Grafton Street, 
1847. 458 The idler. 

PRESCOTT-DAVIES, Norman. 

Painter. 

1 2, Chalcot Gardens^ 

Haverstock Hill, 
1894. s%o Laeta. 

(/5?r his exhibits from 1880 to 1893, see 
Davies, vol. ii, page 258.) 

PRESSLAND, E. C Architect. 

25, Denbigh Street^ Fimlico, 
1854. 1 1 58 Design for a Venetian palace. 
i»i6 Garden front for a country 
rectory. 

PREST, Oswald E. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

Clarence House^ 

47, Haverstock Hill, 
1904. 1643 Design for stained glass. 

PRESTON, E. ... Miniature Painter. 

1824. 692 Mr. B. Preston. 

712 Portrait of a young lady. 

Assay Office^ Carey Lane, 

1825. 699 Portrait of a lady. 

41, Coppice Row, 

1826. 466 Miss Water. 
559 Mr. Barrow. 

1827. 762 Pretty Polly. 

1828. 806 Mrs. Osborn. 

28, Burlington Arcade, 

1830. 697 Portrait of a lady. 

1831. 557 The late Mrs. E. Preston. 

1833. 526 Lieut. Sir William Huregate, 

R.N. 
872 Mrs. Hughes. 

1834. 622 Mrs. Harvey. 



1835. 631 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1836. 610 Mrs, Wyndham Bruce. 
734 Portrait of a lady. 

1839. 1031 Mrs. Hamilton, 
1843. 742 Major Beauclerk. 

PRESTON, Mrs. H.J Painter. 

19, Gloucester Crescent 

1855. *95 ^^^^ friends. 

1856. 339 Which is to have it? 

1857. 233 Little Sandy 
1859. 188 On the downs. 

1865. 131 The Sandstone waggon. 

1866. 355 Forgotten. 

PRESTON, R Painter. 

21, Beaufort Street^ Chelsea. 
1842. 1042 Moonlight, composition. 

PRESTON, Thomas Painter. 

Ill, Brook Street, Lambeth. 

1828. 830 Girl with flowers. 

1829. 671 Miss Ann Budd. 
817 Mr. Hamilton. 

Foley Street. 

1830. 830 D. W. Preston, Esq. 

Norfolk Street, Strand. 

183 1. 645 Portrait of a lady. 

765 do. gentleman. 

18, Haymarket. 

1832. 810 Portrait of a lady. 
919 do. do. 

15, Brook Street. 

1836. 197 Landscape and cattle. 

PRESTON and VAUGHAN. 

Architects. 

Diocesan Chambers, 

Manchester. 

1 89 1. 1905 Church Heap Bridge. 

1892. 1726 St. Augustin's church. Brinks- 

way. 

PRETTY, C. E Painter. 

18 10. 271 Flowers, 

PRETTY, E ^ ^^* Painter. 

Rugby C^ttagt, Rtigby. 

181 1. 348 Leeds Caslle near Maidstone, 
181 7. 610 View of Maidstone Church 

Palace from the ' 
940 View of Rugby 
the Holmertc 

1837. 1134 Interior of 

church, "' 



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203 



PRBUSCHBN, Baroness Hermione 

von Painter. 

1885. 904 Still life; on panels. 

PRBZIOSI, Signor Painter. 

cjo If. Grtsse//y Esq,^ 

The Five Houses^ Clapton, 
1863. Tjo Sunset on the banks of the 
Nile. 

PRICB, Miss Annabella Painter. 

Orchard Place^ Southampton, 
1823. 575 Flowers from nature. 

PRICB, Bdmund N. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

3, Grove Cottages^ 

Manor Street^ Chelsea, 

1888. 1896 Design for a stained glass win- 

dow, SS. Peter and Paul. 

1889. 1846 St. Catherine; design for a 

stained-glass window. 

PRICB, Bdward Painter. 

21, Bloomsbury Street, 
1848. 448 Simla; from a sketch by Lieu- 
tenant Rattray. 
1022 On the river Manifold, near 
Ham, Staffordshire. 
14, Chapel-bar y Nottingham. 
1854. 17 View in Norway. 

PRICB, Frank Corbyn Painter. 

185, Southgate Road, N, 

1888. 11 10 Coming winter. 
1425 A meadow brook. 

1889. 1281 "Where down and meadow 

meet." 
1335 Dorchester, Oxon. 

1890. 1244 Pulborough, Sussex. 

Croffs Villa, Billingshurst. 

1891. 1267 Billingshurst, Sussex. 
1353 The church path. 

1892. 1073 Winter's good bye. 
1894. 983 Promise of spring. 

Streele, Billingshurst, 
1897. 1202 A passing shower. 

JPRICB, Mrs. Frank Corbyn (for- 

; merly Mias Lydia Jemima Jeal). 

Painter, 
185, Southgate Moad. 
i8go> 1 4^6 Expectant 

Craft Viila^ Billingshurst. 
1891* Jis« At work. 

1893. 1169 Michaelmas daisies. 
'^i>4_ 1149 Wallflowers. 

Streeli, Billingshurst, 




PRICB, G Architect. 

26, Regent Street, 
1842. 1082 Design for a cathedral. 

PRICB, Henry Sculptor. 

Onslow Studios, 

183, Kin^s Road. 

1901. 1758 A story of the days of Llew- 

elyn; relief, bronze. 

1902. 1692 Boadicea urging the Britons to 

avenge her outraged daugh- 
ters; bas-relief. 

PRICB, Ivor S Architect. 

15, St. John's Road, 

St. Leonard' s-on-Sea. 
1894. 1648 Cannon Street, Dover. 
Effingham House, 

Arundel Street, 
1899. 1754 Dover improvements. 

PRICB, James Painter. 

Rye Lane, Peckham, 
1842. 290 Scene in a wood. 

4, Brixton Rise. 



fble acquaintances. 



1845. 


676 Landscape. 


1846. 


1301 do. 


1847. 


748 do. 


1848. 


862 do. 


1850. 


547 do. 




628 Autumnal Landscape. 




1 135 Windy day. 


1852. 


1082 Landscape. 


1853. 


444 A lane in Surrey. 




Old Charlton, Kent, 


'855. 


158 Timber waggon. 




538 Near Shooter's Hill. 


1856. 


202 Scene in a Wood. 


1857. 


351 A Landscape in Kent. 


1859. 


374 The old Sand pit. 




552 Harvest time. 




657 The lane by the wood. 


i860. 


15 A common in Sussex. 




310 Cattle returning. 


1865. 


57 Cottage, Old Charlton, Kent. 




1 14 Landscape in Kent 


1869. 


532 Scene in Kent. 




Woodland Villas, Blackheath. 


1872. 


727 Cottage near Eltham, Kent 




751 Hayfield. 


1873. 


803 Stormy weather. 


1875. 


727 Scene in Sussex. 


PRICE 


t, Julius Mendds Painter. 




3, Blenheim Place, 




St. John's Wood. 


1887. 


35 Les travailleurs de la mer. 




1017 A fish auction. 


1890. 


540 Viaticum. 



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Price, Julius Mend^s — continued, 

12, Glasshouse Sty Piccadilly. 
1894. 921 The weary road across Siberia. 
22, Golden Square. 
1902. 357 Ordered South. 



PRICE, Miss ... Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1845. H23 Young falconer. 



PRICE, W. Frederick Painter. 

28, Bold Street^ Liverpool, 
1878. 880 A hazy morn. 



PRICE, William Lake. 

Architect and Painter. 
46, Warren Street 

1828. loio Design for a mausoleum. 

1829. 1038 do. palace and gar- 

dens. 

1830. 1036 Design for the square of a city 

with a triumphal bridge and 
arch. 
1125 Interior of a chapel; composi- 
tion. 

1 83 1. 593 Le F^te Champetre. 

628 Fontaine Croix de Pierre, 
Rouen. 

1832. 941 L'Abbaye St. Amand, Rouen, 

Normandy. 



PRICE, William Leike Architect. 

Corbetfs Tey, Essex. 
1 84 1. 1007 Design for a marine residence 
of a nobleman; the idea 
suggested by the Palace of 
the King of Naples, over- 
looking the bay. 



PRICHARD, J Architect. 

Uandaff. 
1864. 785 Mansion for Senor Don Manuel 
M. Gonzalez at Jerez de la 
Frontera, south of Spain. 



PRICHARD and SEDDON. 

Architects. 

6, Whitehall 
1859. io$o Christ's College, Brecon. 

1 109 Eatington Park, Warwickshire. 
i860. 647 Uandaff Cathedral. 

664 Church at Cardiff. 
1 86 1. 683 Llandough Schools, Glamor- 
ganshire. 



i 1 86 1 704 Church of St. John the Evan- 
gelist, Newport, Monmouth- 
shire. 
1862. 910 Organ for International Ex- 
hibition. 

PRIDBAUX-BRUNB, Miss Ger- 
trude R Painter. 

10, Grosvenor Gardens. 

1889. 856 Ground sea, North Cornwall 

PRIEST, Alfred Painter. 

14, Craivford Row^ Chelsea. 
1833. 4"o Dredger on Breydon, near Yar- 
mouth, Norfolk. 

30, Pembroke Square. 

1836. 192 A sea view. 

1837. 56 Landscape painted on the 

spot. 

1838. 556 Scene in Gunton Park (Lord 

Suffield's). 

1839. 2 Scene at Taverham, Norfolk. 
298 At Reading, Berkshire. 

1840. 559 Scene in Lord Stafford's Park, 

Costessey, Norfolk. 
1058 Portrait of a lady. 

1841. 576 Sketch near Castor Castle, 

Norfolk. 
720 Sketch at Reading. 
843 Scene at Fulham. 

1842. 1 103 Near Matlock Bath, Derby- 

shire. 

34, Pemberton Square. 

1843. 474 An old Pollard. 

487 Scene at the back of Maple 
Denham watermill, Berk- 
shire. 

1844. 518 Bridge at Godstowe, near Ox- 

ford. 

1845. 390 Skinner's Weirs, near Oxford. 
906 The ford. 

PRIEST, Alfred Painter. 

55, Gunterstone Road^ W. 
1898. 215 Ben Cruachan at Sunset 

PRIESTMAN, Arnold Painter. 

3, Walmer Villa, Bradford. 

1887. 881 A Grey day near Conway. 

1888. 888 Late Autumn. 

1890. 639 A silvery morning on the Devon 

coast. 

1 89 1. 213 Lake Lothing, Lowestoft. 
25 s An old quarry Road. 

563 The dunes of a bleak north 
land. 

1892. 519 Walberswick. 

616 On the Calder river. 

1893. '7< On the River Blythe. 



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1S94. 

1895. 
1S96, 

1897. 



E898. 
1899. 

1902. 



555 The pool, Bolton Abbey, 
614 Autumn Sunshine, 
711 Hickling Broad. 
13; The village mill 
S93 Fir-trees, 

170 Baildon Moor. 

171 On the Cumberland Fells. 
7^1 Near Sherringham. 

«S5 Near Southwold, 
691 Littlehampton. 
sai An Autumn Morning, 
js8 On the Maas. 



PRIESTMAN, Bertram Paintcn 

15, Auberi Park, Highbury. 
1890. 355 In dock for repairs, 

+0D An old soldier from Chelsea. 
66, Glebe Place, S. W. 

1896. 517 Swollen waters. 

to, Beaufort Street^ S~IK 

1897. 46K A mile from the sea. 
578 An upland wood. 

1898. J 55 Ebb-tide, 
688 Grazing. 

1900. 331 The river meadow. 

PRINGLE, Miss Agnes Painter. 

58, Si. Os%mld*s Road, 

West Br&mpt&n. 
18S4* 1367 Iza, 

1887. 117 i A wee Scotch lassie* 
i8S8» 133S A gipsy. 
1S89* 330 On guard. 
1890. 154 Venetian girl. 

PRINGLE, J, .., „. Painter. 

Kent Road, Deptfard. 
1 800 1 94^ View of a seventy-four on the 
stocks, and the launch of a 
frigate* 

Sydenham, 
1S12. Ill His Majesty's ships Minerva 
and Emerald reconnoitring 
the French fleet manoeuvring 
in the entrance of Basque 
Roads in 1807. 
758 A calm. 
idi6. 17^ A ship shortening sail, on the 
approach of a thiindersquaE. 
i8r8. 535 A frigate wearing on the sudr 
den appearance of land. 
"Gradual we veer; a^ain re- 
volves the wheel, 
A pressure aft the ship begins 

to feelj 
And as she flanks again the 

roaring gale, 
We haul the bowline out to fill 
the 



PRINGLE, Miss Mary* 

Miniature Painter* 
4, Cedar Studios^ Glebe Place* 

1S97. 1499 Rosie. 

1901, 1358 Mark, son of Hugh Nevile 
Lubbock, Esq, 
i4ofi Agnes, daughter of Hugh 
Nevile Lubbock, Esq. 



PRINSEP, Valentine Cameron, R,A. 

Painter* 

46, Upper Charlotte Street, 

1862. 216 How Bianco Capelio sought to 

poison her brother-in-law, 
the Cardinal de* Medici, "So 
he^ seeing his opal turn pale, 
said, but still smiling, that 
he had had enough. Where- 
at my lord the Duke Francis 
reaches out his hand to take 
the dish that held them, for 
he always greatly loved such 
tarts, and my lady, all be- 
wildered, let him eat thereof, 
thinking that it would go 
hard with her if she said 
openly that they were poi- 
soned. Then she, too, ate of 
them, for she thought, * Now 
all things go wrong.* So these 
two died ; whereby came my 
lord cardinal to his inherit- 
ance." 
5, Cmtrtland P/ace^ 

Kensington MalL 

1863. 391 II Barbagianni, 

413 "Whispering tongues can 
poison truth, . . . 

And to be wroth with one we 
love. 

Doth work like madness in the 
bmin," 

1864. 3 Berenice. 

" Is a lady, such a lady, hands 
so white and lips so red; 
On the neck the small head 
buoyant, like a bell flower 
on its bed, 
O'er the breast's superb abund- 
ance . "—^nw^«i>^. 
^^^ 48s My Lady Betty. 
• "^^^ 560 Benedick and Beatrice. ^ 

^^Beairiig, Against my will 
I am sent to hid you come 
into dioia^."^ 

I86S, 




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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



440 



573 



1868. 



Prinscp, Valentine Cameron, I^,A. — 
continued. 

1865. 360 The lady of the Tooti- 

Nameh; or, legend of the 
parrot. 
405 The flight of Jane Shore. 
I, Holland Park Road^ 

Addison Road, 

1866. 339 "La Festa di Lido." A fete 

held in the public gardens 
of Venice during the month 
of October. 
Lieut. -Col. Charles Gordon, 
C.B., R.S., in his uniform as 
a mandarin of the yellow 
jacket, a rank conferred on 
him by the Emperor of China 
for his services against the 
rebel Taepings. Painted for 
the Mess of the Royal En- 
gineers^ Chatham, 

1867. 326 Miriam watching the infant 
Moses. 

A Venetian gaming house in 
the sixteenth century. 
624 In a gondola were seen together 
Lorenzo and his amorous 
Jessica. 
327 A portrait. 

499 A Venetian lover. " De deux 
amans il y en a toujours un 
qui aime et Tautre qui se 
laisse aimer." 
A Greek widow at a tomb. 
A study of a girl reading. 
Hetty. 
A siesta. 

Bacchus and Ariadne. 
287 An amateur dairy maid. 
424 Mrs. Charles Gumey. 
730 The last rays of sunlight. 
16 The death of Cleopatra. "The 
messengers from Augustus 
came at full speed to the 
temple where Antony was 
buried, and found the guards 
apprehensive of nothing: but 
on opening the doors, they 
found Cleopatra lying stone 
dead, before the tomb of 
Antony on a throne of gold, 
set out in all her royal orna- 
ments. Iras, one of her 
women, lay dying at her feet, 
and Charmion just ready to 
fall, scarce able to hold up 
her head, was adjusting her 
mistress's diadem." — Plu- 
tarch, 
26 Miss Mary Wyndham. 



1869. 



1870. 



5^3 
614 

»3» 



1870. 40 Reading "Sir Charles Grandi- 

son." 
435 The dish of tea. 

1 87 1. 78 News from abroad. 

123 George and Guy Wyndham. 

202 A beauty and a beast. 

566 Odin, the northern God of 
War. "As slow-paced weary- 
faced he went along, etc." — 
Morris, 
1030 The gossips. 

1872. 221 Viscount Ingestre and Lady 

Theresa Talbot 
225 Penelope. 
915 The harvest of Spring. 
1080 Lady George Hamilton. 

1873. 37 Lady Teazle. 

896 Devonshire House. 

988 The Gadarene swine. "And 
the unclean spirits went out 
and entered into the swine, 
etc." 

1874. 27 A safe confidant. 
274 Miss L'Estrange. 

943 Newmarket Heath: the morn- 
ing of the race. 

1875. '^5 -A minuet. 
23s "I believe." 

392 Home from gleaning. 
615 Isabel; a portrait. 

1876. 31 "Abientot." 

411 The linen gatherers. 
1334 The Lord Lawrence, G.C.B., 
G.S.I., late Governor-Gen- 
eral of India. Painted for 
Government HousCy Cakuttc^ 
by order of the Secretary of 
State for India, 

1877. 35 R. Mills, Esq. 

1002 Rear-Admiral Lord Gilford. 

1878. 44 Study of a Kashmiree Nautch 

girl. 
167 Martaba, a Kashmiree Nautch 
girl. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1879. 409 The Roum-i -Sultana. "At 

Futtehpore-sikri there is a 
vast palace of red sandstone 
built by the Emperor Akbar, 
wherein are many pavilions, 
in which dwell the wives of 
the emperor. One, curiously 
carved all over with delicate 
patterns, was said to have 
been inhabited by the Euro- 
pean wife of the emperor, 
and still goes by the name 
of Roum-i-Sultana's Palace." 
422 Study of H.H. Sujjan Sing, 
Maharana of Oodeypore. 



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1879. 

iSSo. 



i8St. 



I SB 2. 



18S3. 



651 John Hare, comedian. 

625 The Imperial Assemblage held 
at Delhi by the Viceroy 
Lord Lytton, and attended 
by the principal chiefs of 
the Indian Empire. This 
picture is to bt presented by 
the people of India to Her 
Majesty the Queen in com- 
mem&ration of the assump- 
tion by Her Majesty of tht 
title of Empress of India. 

341 The young Solomon, 

45i The palace in the lake. 

559 Fresh flowers from the country. 

i6j At the Golden Gate. 

335 Phyllida, 

558 Death of Siward the Strong, 
Earl of Northumberland, 
"And the Earl, feeling him- 
self ready to expire, cried, 
* It were a shame for a war- 
rior, who has ineffectually 
sought death in so many 
battles, to die like a beast 
of the field ! * He therefore 
commanded his servants to 
clothe him in a complete 
suit of armour, took his 
battle-axe in his right hand, 
his shield in his left, and 
having been carried into the 
open air^ in that martial habit 
gave up the ghost," 
Miss N. Piminy. 
Mrs, W. tL Kendal in Ten- 
nyson's *' Falcon." Painted 
for a mtmber of the " Gar- 
rick " to be presented to that 
dub, 

414 After the honeymoon. 

873 Bathing Ghdts at Benares, 
showing the holy river, 
Ganges, with pilgrims and 
devotees performing their 
"Pooja" or devotion, and 
the great mosque built by 
the persecuting Moslem Em- 
peror Aurungzebe, on the 
site of the Hindoo temple 
of the Hindoo god Bish- 
eshwa or Siva. 
Itian's niece* 
71 A Punjabee girl. 

4.24 Mi%% Adeline Norman. 
In ambush. 
: ' J 'be Sat urday dole i n Wore e s ter 
Mou!ic; a relic of 






1885. 


2ZI 




704 




882 


1886. 


54 
245 
380 

434 


1887. 


46 

^77 




605 
944 


1888. 


89 
267 
412 
695 


1889. 


96 
204 
34* 



1231 



1890. 9^ 

346 

1891. 3>x 
649 




of the Ganges, at the Cheo 
Siti Ghat, Benares. 

Mrs. David Carmichael. 

Cotter's Saturday evening in 
Wiltshire. 

An Oriental slave girl waiting 
for her mistress. 

"Bondl." 

Mr. F. R. Leyland. 

Five o'clock tea. 

The handmaidens of Siva pre- 
paring the sacred bull at 
Tanjore for a festival. 

" Habitans in montibus Echo." 

Ayesha. Purchased for the 
Chantry Bequest for ;^300. 

Miss Daisy Norman. 

Miss Caroline Lloyd, Sister 
Superior of the Order of the 
Nursing Sisters of St. John 
the Divine. 

Medea the Sorceress. 

Frank Lucas, Esq. 

Francis Barratt, Esq. 

"Kali Moti" (Black Pearl): 
an Indian lady putting on 
her robe (sari). 

Carmen. 

The first awakening of Eve. 

Mr. John Wontringham. Pre- 
sentation portrait ( Grimsfy). 

The late Dr. Wilson Fox, M.D. 
Painted for the College of 
Physicians, 

Among the brambles. 

" Diva Theodora Imperatrix," 
Empress and Comedian. 

Mrs. Frank Barratt. 

The Emperor Theophilus 
chooses his wife, a.d. 829. 
"With a golden apple in 
his hand, he slowly walked 
down the line of contending 
beauties; his eye was de- 
tained by the charms of 
Icasia, and, in the awkward- 
ness of a first declaration, 
the Emperor could only 
observe, that, in this world, 
women had been the cause 
of much evil. * And surely, 
sir,' she pertly replied, * they 
have likewise been the occa- 
sion of much good.' This 
affectation of unseasonable 
wit displeased the imperial 
lover; he turned aside in 
disgust ; Icasia concealed her 
disappointment in a con- 
vent ; and the modest silence 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Prinscp, Valentine Cameron, R.A. — 
continued, 

of Theodora was rewarded 
with the golden apple." — 
Gibbon, 

1892. 368 The broken idol. A Christian 

slave, who, in his religious j 
zeal, has broken one of the 
family gods, is brought as 
an amusement before his 
mistress, a Roman lady of 
the time of Diocletian, to 
explain his conduct He is 
under the charge of the 
Vicarius (master of the 
slaves), and is attended by 
his fellow Christians. 

1893. 430 William Williams, Esq. Fainted 

for the Incorporated Law 
Society. 

1894. 277 "A Versailles!" "A Ver- 

sailles! All women gather 
and go. Robust dames of 
the Halle, slim mantua- 
makers, assiduous, risen with 
the dawn; ancient Virginity 
tripping to Matins; the | 
housemaid with early broom ; ; 
all must go. No carriage i 
lady, were it with never such \ 
hysterics, but must dismount, 
in the mud roads, in her 
silk shoes, and walk." — 
Carfyie. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1895. ^s "The fisherman and the Jin." 

— Arabian Nights. 
230 A family portrait. 

1896. 190 La Revolution. Diploma 

work, 

1897. 220 "At the first touch of Winter, 

Summer fades away." 

1898. 10 Waiting for the Sands. 
91 A Dutch Girl. 

283 A student of necromancy. 

1899. 29 Signor Carlo Albanesi. 
214 Cinderella. 

1900. 148 The goose girl. 

1 90 1. 190 Autumn. 

1902. 28 The Virgin at Bethlehem. 

1903. 247 Venetian women after their 

day's work, etc. 

1904. 171 In a street in Venice. "Aye, 

because the sea 's the street 
there." 



PRINSBP, William Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1850. 575 Calcutta. 



PRINSBP, William Haldimand. 

Painter. 

8, Hyde Park Place West. 

1856. 174 Part of the city of Morocco 

(containing the Sultan's 
palace and gardens) and the 
Atlas range of mountains, 
as seen from the roof of the 
Mahmonia Palace, the resid- 
ence assigned to Her Brit- 
annic Majesty's Mission, 
during the months of March 
and April, 1855. From the 
original sketches taken an the 
spot. 

PRINTER, J., Junr Architect. 

Emsworth. 

1807. 1026 Villa near Portsmouth. 

/. Painter, funr.^ Emsworth, 

1808. 910 Villa at Widley, near Ports- 

mouth. 
920 Building near Chichester, Sus- 
sex. 

PRIOLO, Paolo Painter. 

Romey and 77, George Street^ 
Edinburgh. 

1857. 479 A Roman costume. 

64, Stockwell Park Road. 
1868. 106 Death of Galeotto Manfredi, 

Prince of Faenza. 
1876. 1 1 18 A Transteverina feeding a 
baby. 
1 1 50 A Sicilian country nurse. 

1878. 1203 Neptune upbraiding the winds; 

etching. 
1246 ^olus letting loose the winds. 

1879. 1190 The landing of ^neas on the 

shores of Libya after the 
storm. 

PRIOR, Edward S Architect. 

17, Southampton Street. 
1882. 1 1 76 Carr Manor. 
1 1 89 High Grove. 

1884. 1333 Manor Lodge, Harrow. 

1885. 1793 The Martyn Hall, Cambridge. 
1 91 9 Church at Bothenhampton, 

Dorsetshire. 

6, Bloomsbury Square. 
1888. 1873 Church, Bothenhampton. 

17, Southampton Street. 
1890. 1884 Harrow School, new music 
school. 

10, Melina Place, N. W. 

1895. 1609 Model of a house. 

1896. 1688 Club at Aldershot. 
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1899. 1874 Model of a house. 

1900. 1689 Medical Schools, Cambridge. 

3, Old Sergeanfs Imty 

Chancery Lane, 

1 90 1. 1542 Laboratories, Netley. 

PRIOR, Thomas Abicl Engraver. 

34, Newman Street 
1864. 854 Building of Carthage. After 

J. M. W. Turner. 
1874. 1059 Landscape. 

PRIOR, William Henry Painter. 

W. Prior, 
14, South Raw, St. Pancras. 
1849. 1009 Twilight on the Upper Rhine. 
W. H, Prior, 

72, Oakley Square, 

185 1. 934 Holy Island Castle. 

PRITCHARD, E. F. D Painter. 

2, Vittoria Place, Bristol, 

1852. Tj Winter in Belgium. 

7, Regent's Place, Clifton, 

1853. 546 Frosty morning — view on the 

Dyle, Belgium. 

1854. 133s Autumn Evening — on the 

Sambre, Belgium. 

Ruysdael Place, Bristol, 

1855. 431 Winter Morning — on the 

Sambre, Belgium. 

1856. 92 Crossing the sands to Swansea 

Market. 
Hensted House, Southampton, 
1 86 1. 528 Tide out — Coast of Sussex. 

13, Portland Gardens, 

Not ting Hill. 
1863. 136 Portland Island from the beach 
at Sandsfoot Castle, Port- 
land Bay. 

PRITCHARD, Miss Mary E. 

Painter. 
41, Cleveland Square. 

1893. 579 Tulips. 

1894. 629 Apples and nuts. 

1895. 161 Fruit. 

PRITCHARD, Thomas Painter. 

14, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital, 

187 1. 619 Forest near Zermatt 
634 Glacier de Goemer. 

1872. 682 October in Ross-shire. 
879 The eagle's craig. 

24, Soho Square, 

1873. 833 The Quiraing, Isle of Skye, 

N.B. 
841 Valley of Rocks, Ross-shire. 

VI. 



1875. 703 Chaos in the valley of Gavamie, 
Pyrenees. 
c\o Mrs. Pritchard, 

Ferox Place, Tunbridge. 
1877. 703 Cirque de Gavarnie, Pyrenees. 

PRITCHETT, Miss Dora C. 

Miniature Painter. 
142, Queen's Road, Peckham. 
1903. 1 2 14 Nell. 

PRITCHETT, Edward Painter. 

54, Parliament Street. 
1828. 554 Radish stall — candlelight 

4, Acton Street. 
1840. 13 (Octagon Room.) The terrace, 

Greenwich Hospital. 
1849. "'* Piazzo, St. Marco, Venice. 

PRITCHETT, James Pigott. 

Architect. 

At Mr, Medland's, 

Newington, Surrey. 

1808. 986 Bust of H.R.H. Princess 

Charlotte of Wales. 

1809. 820 Design for a Villa. 

PRITCHETT, Robert T. ... Painter. 
59, Chamber Street, City. 

1851. 1216 La Caserne et Grande Eglise 

de Lierre, en Belgique, hors 
de la Porte Louvain. 

1852. 542 Interior in Brittany — pancake 

making at Morlank. 

The New Lodge, Esher. 
1869. 598 Fish buyers on the beach, 

Scheveningen. 
187 1. 279 Fish women on the beach, 

Scheveningen. 

PRITCHETT, S Painter. 

1858. 793 Clovelly, Devon. 

810 Fisherman's house, Clovelly, 
Devon. 

PRITTIE, Edward, A^.^.... Painter. 

(The late.) 
1883. 244 Beatrice Cenci and Lucrezia 
Petroni, her step-mother, 
receiving sentence of death. 
Lucrezia Petroni was ac- 
cused of having had her 
husband, Francesco Cenci 
assassinated, and Beatrice, 
his daughter, of having taken 
part in the crime; both were 
condemned to death and 
executed in Rome in 1598. 

EB 



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PROBST, Carl Painter. 

23 IVB, TheresianumgussCy 

Fi'enna. 
1898. 665 A love affair. 

1900. 301 Bygone days. 

1 90 1. 639 Devotion. 

PROCTOR, Adam Edwin ... Painter. 
73, Wiltshire Road^ Brixton. 
1888. 725 The shrimper. 

837 A Surrey cornfield. 

1890. 348 Outward bound. 

1891. 653 An Upland pasture. 

1892. 224 The winter is past. 

1893. 276 Across the heath. 

1894. 805 The cup that cheers. 

1895. ^47 A pastoral. 

859 The Morning catch. 

1896. 925 The sweets of life. 

1897. 89 The gossips. 
803 The pet lamb. 
904 The upland fold. 

1898. 150 With grandfather. 
849 A May morning. 
923 The white horse. 

1899. 284 The Mell meadow. 
715 The sheepfold. 
756 First at the tryst. 

Heath End^ Albury^ 

near Guildford, 

1900. 3S5 The latest scandal. 
870 The first snow. 

1 90 1. 490 In the low country. 
714 The tangled Path. 

1902. 79 When Jack 's at sea. 
1904. 263 Market morning. 

PROCTOR, Albert Painter. 

Artists' Club, Eberle Street, 

Liverpool, 

1896. 1108 Fishing boats ashore. 

1897. 1135 The Port of Liverpool. 

PROCTOR, Edward J. 

Stained Glass Painter. 
13, Tytherton Road, 

Tufnell Park, 
1896. 1762 Design for stained glass, St. 
Gabriel and St. Michael. 
Bradgate, Napier Road, 

Wembley, 

1898. 1727 St. Cecilia; design for stained 

glass. 
1871 Design for a panel; coloured 
gesso. 
i39» Victoria Road, 

West Kilburn, 
1904. 1376 St. Elizabeth of Hungary. 



PROCTOR, Miss Irene. 

Miniature Painter. 

1902. 1052 Miss R. Chadock Lownds. 

1053 Master Samuel and James 

Procter. 

1054 Master R. Chadock Lownds. 

1055 L. Procter, Esq. 

1056 Mrs. J. G. Buchannon. 
Spencer House, 

Twickenham Park. 

1903. 1 142 Elsie, daughter of R. A. Fair- 

clough, Esq. 
1202 Adeline. 

PROCTOR, J Architect. 

12, Clifton Street, Ftnsbury. 
1833. 984 Design for a gothic church. 

PROCTOR, Miss M. A Painter. 

1858. 12 Spring. 

PROCTOR, Thomas Painter. 

Of Settle, or 8, New Inn. 
1 780. 118 Portrait of a gentleman. 

144, Strand. 
1783. 202 Portrait of a lady. 

1785. 640 Ixion; a model. 

1786. 614 Death of Diomedes, King of 

Thrace. {Vide Diodonis 
Sic.) 

6, Cecil Street. 

1789. 361 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1790. 8 Elisha and the son of the 

Shunamite. — 2 Kings, chap. 

4- 
423 The restoration of day after 
the fall of Phaeton (a sketch). 
— Ovid Met,, book 2nd. 

1 791. 103 Hannah declines accompany- 

ing her husband to the 
yearly sacrifice. — i Sam. 
chap. I. 

1792. 141* Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Compton,) 
375 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Chippendale,) 
393 Perithous, the son of Ixion, 

destroyed by Cerberus. 

1793. 166 The final separation of Jason 

and Medea. 
175 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Maude,) 
302 Portrait of a clergyman. {Rev. 

Mr. Lambe,) 
313 Portrait of a young lady. {Miss 

Middleton) 

1794. 158 Venus approaching the island 

of Cyprus. 



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211 



PROCTOR, William Painter. 

58, Dorset Street, 

1836. 815 A portrait. 

1837. 391 do. 

26, George Street^ 

Euston Square, 
1853. 84 Trying a new tune. 

PROPERT, John Lumsdcn... Etcher. 
100, Gloucester Placey 

Portman Square, 

1870. 881 Old Chelsea. 

1871. 812 On the Severn; etching. 

867 Cassiobury Park; do. 

868 Battersea; etching. 

1872. 1270 Greenwich Reach. 

1873. "^7 On the Medway; etching. 

1874. 1306 Kew; etching. 

1876. 1 167 Interior of San Zenone, Verona; 

etching. 

1877. 1279 A relic of the past; etching. 

1878. 1224 The Shipwreck. After J. M. 

W. Turner, R.A.; etching. 

1880. 1226 Breakers; etching. 

1327 The old Bridge, Ross; etching. 
1339 Venice, sunset; etching. 

1881. 1276 A relic of the past — moonlight; 

mezzotint etching. 

1882. 1257 Richmond Bridge; etching. 

PROSALINDI, Cavalier Paul. 

Sculptor. 
1826. 1034 Colossal bust of Agamemnon. 

PROSCHWITZKY, Frank... Painter. 
178, Ladbroke Grove Road, 

1883. 965 Still life. 
1889. 505 Pensive. 

PROSPERI, Christopher... Sculptor. 

5, Edward Street ^ 

Cavendish Square, 

1 8 10. 768 Bust of Mr. V. Pucitta, com- 

poser of music. 

867 Bust of J. Symmons, Esq. 

868 do. Mr. Vestris, one of the 

principal dancers at the 
Opera House. 
887 Bust of Lord Downe. 

1 8 1 1 . 911 do. Mr. Bruce, son of Lord 

Bruce. 
923 A gentleman. 
937 Bust of the late H. Hope, Esq. 
953 do. H.R.H. the Duke of 

Sussex. 

76, Portland Road, 

1812. 899 Marble bust of Mrs. Morse. 
903 do. Miss Horatia 

Nelson. 



1812. 935 Marble bust of H.R.H. The 

Duke of Sussex. 
938 Marble bust of the late H.Hope, 
Esq. 

1813. 90^ Achilles lamenting the death 

of Patroclus. 
921 Bust of the late Princess Pietra- 

persia, a Neapolitan lady. 
923 Bust of Shakspeare. 
76, Norton Street^ 

Portland Road, 

1 8 14. 767 Bust of the Marquis of Bland- 

ford. 
775 Bust of the Rev. T. Watkins. 
77^ do. late Rev. R. Har- 

ington. 
777 Bust of Diana. 
799 do the late P. Watkins, 

Esq. 

1815. 873 Bust of the late General Mo- 

reau. 

1 8 16. 942 Bust in marble of J. Forbes, 

Esq. 

PROSSER, G. F Painter. 

1826. 460 North-east view of St. Giles 
church, CamberwelL 
S, Well Street^ CamberwelL 
1828. 603 Landscape. 

PROSSER, H Architect, 

Crown Hill^ Croydon, 
1828. 1005 Design for a college erected 
by the Hon. Artillery Com- 
pany for the widows and 
orphans of deceased mem- 
bers. In the centre of the 
quadrangle is an equestrian 
statue of George the Fourth 
as Captain-General of the 
Company. 
107 1 All Saints' chapel, Beaulieu 
Hill, Norwood. 

PROSSER, T Architect. 

25, Fetter Lane, 
1819. 1132 Design for a villa. 

PROSSER, William Henry. 

Sculptor. 
39, Mallison Road^ 

Wandsworth. 

1887. 1880 Study of a head. 

1888. 1996 Portrait bust; terra-cotta. 

31, Devonshire Street 

1889. 2159 Study of a head. 
2163 do. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Prosaer, WWiasn Henry — continued. 

452, Fulkim RL'zd. 

1890. loi- '"The memory of what has 

been and r.ever more shall 
be ": bust. 
2541 A child-lovcr ; head. 
25 1 5 A Blue-coat boy, Christ's Hos- 
piul school : statuette, 
bronze 
1892. 1924 Portrait bust. 

50. BroomzL'Ood Road^ 

Wandsivorth Common. 
1899. i4»? Mls> R-ihtAd: bust. 

PROTHERO, Henry A. ... Architect. 
13. Promenade^ CfuUenham. 

1 89 1. I Us Reredos at 5S. Philip and 

James's church, Leckhamp- 
ton, Chelser.han:.. 

PROTHERO (H. A.) and PHIL- 

LOTT(G. H.) Architects. 

13. Prom^nadij Cheltenham. 
1895. 141 3 New chape!. Cheltenham Col- 
lege. 

PROUT, Samuel Painter. 

S. Pr?uf,/un., 

10, Water Street^ 

Bri Jewell Pncinct. 

1803. 653 Bennet's cottage on the Tamer, 

near Plymouth. 
21, Wii'Jerness Raur, 

GosTL-eSi Street. 

1804. 6^2 5l Keynes' Well, Cornwall. 

1805. 4-9 Oakhampton Castle, Devon- 

shire. 
4S1 Farleigh Castle, Somersetshire. 
495 The grand porch to Malmes- 
bur>- Abbey church, Wilt- 
shire. 

55. F^JKA Strut. 
1 80S. 541 View on Darimcor. Devon. 

560 Arthur's Castle at Tir.tagel, 
Cornwall. 
1809. 255 The birthplace of Sir J. Rey- 
nolds — Plympton, Devon. 
iSio. I So Tavistock. IVvon. 

7, Buxts>n P.Me^ AtV^fv.V. 

1812. 436 Berr>- Castle mill, IVvon. 
500 Freshwater, Isle of Wight. 
510 Ta\-istock Abbey, Devon. 
514 Tremarton, Devon. 

1813. 6S4 Zeal, Devon, 
ria A calm. 

726 St. Michaers Mount, Corn- 

wall. 
777 View near l-eskeariU Cornwall 
7Sa View of Leakeard. Cornwall 



1813. -16 St- Ives, ComwaU. 

-S* Freshwater Bay, Isle of Ulgbt. 
4. Brixtem Plau^ SixkaetlL 

1814. $$- Margam, Sooth WaleSb 

55S \lev on the Dart at ToCnesSi 

Devon. 
620 Hulks at Plymooth. 
651 View of Monmouth. 
1817. 5»4 A Wreck at Cromer. 

1826. 26S The Ducal Palace, Venice. 

1827. ;s$ Temple of PaHas, Rome. 
5$s Hotel de Mile, GhenL 

PROVAN, Miss Elizabeth G. 

Painter. 

189. milSirtei, Gleugem. 
18S4. 5cJ Gladioli. 
1886. 200 Autumn flowers. 
1 89 1- rii Flowers. 
1892. 1CI9 Roses. 

PROVIS, Alfred Painter. 

Ckippenham, 

1846. 69 A cottage door. 
6«i Group G^ Gypsies. 

1847. 261 A fountain head, Chippenham, 

Wdts. 
639 A Village School 
614 A doorwav at Bradenstoke Ab- 
bey, ^Vllts. 
1S4S. 5S1 Fireplace in the kitc:hen at 

Fleet Farm, Hampshire. 
1849. 105 An attentive audience. 
24? Harvest ale. 

56, Xtlson Square^ 

Blackfriars Road, 

1550. 265 The mountain spring. 
6— do. toileL 

60. Gnat Portland Street. 

1551. \z\ Studv at Bumham Abbey, 

Bucks. 
4-3 Cottage door in Wiltshire. 

1552. 214 A study \r\. the crypt of Bra- 

denstoke Priory, Wilts. 
216 do. do. 

2*4 An interior at the Manoir of 

Gour^-e.iu, St. Pol de Leon, 

Brittany. 

E^ms Cctiage^ Brentford. 

1553. 4cS Early lessons. 

4>4 The blind mendicant 

1554. i66 Study at a Breton mansion. 

I $5 5. 151 A Breton Girl selling her hair. 
'^57« 4~« Interior, North Wales. 

ii>4 InterioratTwn-v-Bwlch, North 
Wales. 

1555. •© Interior with fii:ures. North 

Wales. 
j'M Interior of a Welsh farm- 
house. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



213 



1859. 


14? Interior of a farmhouse. 




392 A cottage Interior. 




664 Wait a-while. 


i860. 


155 Doorway, at Bradenstoke Ab- 




bey, Wilts. 




280 The Valentine. 


I86I. 


54 The forge. 




349 The beggar. 


1862. 


197 The forge, dinner time. 




649 Harvest time. 


1863. 


443 Sit up! 




505 The young blacksmiths. 




649 Bubbles. 


1864. 


6 The love-letter. 




116 The bird's nest; interior near 




Penmachno, North Wales. 




443 The recognition. 


1865. 


428 Sit up, sir! 


1866. 


286 Interior of a Breton farm- 




house. 


1869. 


390 Interior at St. Pol. de L^on, 




Brittany. 


1870. 


467 Interior in Brittany. 


1871. 


456 A Breton girl spinning. 


1872. 


154 Interior of a Breton farm- 




house. 




94, Waterloo Road, 


1873. 


963 Entrance to the crypt, Braden- 




stoke Priory, Wilts. 




Thornhill House^ Wantage, 


1874. 


257 Study in a Berkshire cottage. 


1875- 


600 Interior of a Welsh farmhouse. 


1876. 


932 do. Berkshire cottage. 



PROVIS, Ann Jemima. 

Miniature Painter. 
16, Great Rider Street^ 

St, Jame^s, 
1787. 182 Portrait of a young lady. 
348 do. child. 

PROVIS, W. A Architect. 

Bridge House, Paddington, 
18 10. 783 View of the guaging house on 
the canal at Paddington. 

PRYCE, Thomas Edward. 

Architect. 
9, Argyle St,, Regent Street, 
1882. nil A bit of Old Montgomery- 
shire — Trewern Hall. 
1885. 1800 The staircase, Lymore Hall. 
1856 Park, Montgomeryshire. 

35, Bedford Row, 
1889. 1921 New Church, Barmouth, North 
Wales. 

1891. 1762 Oswestry municipal buildings. 

10, Grafs Inn Square, 

1892. 1831 PowisMemorialChurch House, 

Wekhpool. 



1899. 1840 Ifield Wood, Sussex. 

1900. 1902 Dining room, Danesford, 

Bridgnorth. 

PRYNNE, Edward A. Pellowes- 

Painter. 

8, Avonmore Road. 

1893. 1 1 $5 Magnificat; sketch design for 

panel decoration. 

1 161 Annunciation; sketch design 

for panel decoration. 

1895. 177 The " Desire of all Nations "; a 

meditation on the Nativity. 
I, Woodville Road, Ealing, 
1903. 1614 Design for Nativity window, 
St. Peter's Church, Staines. 

PRYNNE, George H. Pellowes- 

Architect. 

1 1, Adam Street, Adelphi, 

1880. 1 1 16 St. Peter's Church, Plymouth. 
1209 do. do. 

1881. 1061 St. Peter's Church, Plymouth; 

interior. 

10, Torrington Square, 

1884. 1229 St. Peter's Church, Plymouth; 

screen. 

1886. 1684 St. Peter's Church, Streatham. 

1887. 1718 Church of the Holy Cross, 

Newton Ferrers, Devon. 

1890. 1882 All Saint's Church, West Dul- 

wich. 

1891. 1757 St. Barnabas' Cottage Hospital, 

Saltash. 

1893. 1490 Church, Staines. 

6, Queen Ann^s Gate, 

1894. 1558 All Saint's Church, West Dul- 

wich. 

1896. 1585 St. Saviour's Mission Church, 

Ealing. 

1897. 1741 Church, Elland, Yorkshire. 
1899. 1726 Holy Trinity Church, Roe- 

hampton. 

1 90 1. 1689 Church, Lower Sydenham. 

1902. 1421 Church of St. John the Divine, 

Sidcup. 
14^8 Christ Church, Lower Syden- 
ham. 

1903. 1583 Church, Belvedere, Kent. 

1904. 1542 Cathedral, St. John's, Umtata, 

South Africa. 

PRYTHBRCH, T Painter. 

Wroxeter, Shrewsbury, 
1901. 1152 Monuments and Easter sepul- 
chre, Wroxeter church. 

PUCKLB, Miss Ethel M Painter. 

T?u Grennell, Sutton, Surrey, 

1885. 711 Christmas roses. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PUGH, Charles J Painter. 

54, Red Lion Street^ Holbam, 

1795. "* View near Cobham, Surrey. 
123 View near Ripley, Surrey. 

7, JTie Terrace^ 

Tottenham Court Road, 

1796. 15 Town gale of Caernarvon. 

20 Avenue leading to the Castle 

at Bridgnorth. 
56 Inside of a lime quarry. 
1 1 3 Internal view of an ironwork at 

Colebrook Dale. 
242 Waterfall near Snowdon. 
476 Caernarvon Castle. 
713 Gateway leading to Buildwas 

Abbey, North Wales. 
'797' 435 View of Shanklin Chine, Isle 

of Wight. 
518 View near Steephill, Isle of 

Wight. 
677 View of Freshwater, Isle of 

Wight. 
701 Part of the waterfall at Cun- 

weid, North Wales. 

1798. 627 A View of the Black fall near 

Tany Bwlch, North Wales. 

1799. 373 Waterfall by Pont de Pire, 

North Wales. 
649 View near Tintern, Monmouth- 
shire — Evening. 

1800. 740 View near Caerphilly, Glamor- 

ganshire. 
1803. 500 A landscape. 
1829. 523 View near the Castle, Lewes, 

Sussex. 



1793- 
1796. 



1799. 



^ 



PUGH, Edward... Miniature Painter. 

76, Strand, 
385 A frame with two portraits. 

14, Cockspur Street, 
637 Portrait of Wy, alias Brown, a 
native of Owyhee. 

28, Maiden Lane, 
739 Portraits of Mr. Jackson of 

Holyhead, and an officer. 
7T\ Portrait of Mr. Edwards the 
bard, commonly called the 
Welsh Shakespeare. 
786 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

Chester, 
813 Portrait of Mr. Austin of the 

Theatre Royal, Chester. 
825 Lady A. M. Wright. 
At Mr. FuUet^s, 

Charing Cross, 
506 Portraits of a gentleman and 

his sister. 
643 Mr. Goldsmith. 
817 Mr. Meredith of Liverpool. 
832 Portrait of a poor orphan boy. 



1800. 



1801. 



1803. 
1804. 



753 
809 



32, Charles Street^ 

Westminster. 
1802. 697 Mr. Munden. 

30, New North Street^ 

Red Liom Square. 
Portrait of an artist 
do. a gentleman. 
820 Mrs. Chorley. 
S21 Portrait of an officer of the 
Yagers of the Hon. Artillery 
Company. 
757 Portrait of a gentlonan in the 
St James's Corps of Volun- 
teers. 
778 Mr. Bambridge. 
962 A design for a vase, for 
which the second premium 
was adjudged to the artist, 
by the gentlemen forming 
the Committee at Lloyd's 
for managing the Patriotic 
Fund. 

25, New North Street. 
394 Portrait of a young artist 

22, Belt Yard, Carey Street. 
783 Mr. Shuttleworth. 

22, Carey Place. 
802 Portrait of a cadet. 

21, Cecil Street, Strand. 
470 The Vale of Clwyd, North 
Wales. "This vale doth 
reach so far in vewe of man, 
etc." 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 82 1. 746 A portrait 



PUGH, J Painter. 

S3, Haymarket. 

1800. 378 From Spenser's Faery Queen. 
385 do. do. 

3, Henrietta Street, 

Cavent Garden. 
1803. 569 Cato, act iv, sc. 4. 

570 Troilus and Cressida, act ii, 
sc. 4. 

1 01, Drury Lane. 
1808. 351 History of Bagdad. 



PUGHB, Miss Buddig A. 

Miniature Painter. 
54, Catherine Street, Liverpool. 

1886. 136S Miss Bolton. 

1887. 1411 Lyne Stevens, Esq. 

1888. 1490 Daisy; a portrait. 

Cotterell House, 

Towyn, North Wales. 
1900. 73 "I canna mind my wheel, 
mither." 



1805. 
1806. 
1807. 
1808. 



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215 



PUGIN, Augustus. 

Architect and Painter. 
6, Hanover Street. 

1799. 918 Design for an intended villa in 

the North of England. 

1800. 494 View of Belvidere house, Lam- 

beth. 

— PugiHy 38, Rathbone Place, 

1804. 9" A View of Westminster Abbey. 

A, Pugin. 

1805. 475 The entrance into Oxford from 

London. 
484 The north window of Merton 

College Chapel, Oxford. 
608 A View of High Street, Oxford. 

1806. 449 The chancel of New College 

chapel; a sketch. 
480 Interior of Westminster Abbey. 
536 College Gate, Bristol. 
39, Keppel Street^ 

Bedford Square, 

181 2. 793 View in Leicester Square. 

820 South side of the nave, West- 
minster Abbey. 

181 3. 604 Whitehall, taken near the 

Horse guards. 

626 Mr. Ackermann's new Library. 

807 The Hall of the Royal Aca- 
demy. 

820 Somerset house, taken from 
the Strand. 

— Pugin, 

105, Great Russell Street, 

1826. 952 Design for a sepulchral chapel 

in the Norman style for a 
public cemetery for the 
City of London. 
991 Design for a public cemetery 
for the City of London on 
the site of White Conduit 
Fields. 

A, Pugin, 

1827. 958 Gothic gateway for an intended 

General Cemetery, for Lon- 
don. 

PUGIN, Augustus NorthmoreWelby. 

Architect. 

St, Augustin^s^ Ramsgate, 

1849. 1013 New dining hall at Alton 

Towers, for the Earl of 

Shrewsbury. 

1057 St. George's Catholic church, 

Lambeth, etc. 
1085 St. Augustine's, Ramsgate, the 
residence of A. Welby Pugin, 
and the adjoining church. 
1117 Hilton Grange, Rugby, the 
seat of Washington Hilbert, 
Esq. 



1850. 1 1 54 Barn at Ickham. 
"57 Quay at Ford wick. 
1227 St. Leonard's College chapel. 
(The late.) 
1862. 862 St. Chad's Cathedral, Birming- 
ham. 



PUGIN, Edward Welby Northmore. 

Architect. 
Birmingham. 

1854. 1124 St. Mary's and St. Peter's 

Cathedral churches, Shrews- 
bury. 
44, Frederick Street^ 

Birmingham. 

1855. 1182 Interior of a chantry chapel, 

St. Mary's church, Green- 
wich, for Stuart Knill, Esq. 
1227 St. Michael and All Angels' 
Abbey church at Belmont, 
near Hereford, for F. R. 
Wegg Prosser, Esq. 

5, Gordon Square. 
i860. 657 St. Augustine's church, Dub- 
lin. 
{E, IV, Pugin and Ashlin in 
the index — E. W. Pugin only 
in the catalogue,) 

1861. 697 New Exhibition room at Ascott 

College, near Birmingham. 

1862. 903 The Schofield chantry at St. 

Edmund's College, near 
Ware. 

Ramsgate. 

1866. 790 Scarisbrick Hall, the seat of 

Lady Scarisbrick erected 
partially from the designs of 
the late A. Welby Pugin and 
completed by his son. 

1867. 891 Saint Cuthbert's Collegiate 

church, Ushaw, near Dur- 
ham. 

900 Holy Cross church, Liverpool. 

904 Church of Notre Dame de 
Dadizeele, near Courtrai. 
Victoria House^ Westminster. 

1873. 1129 Tower of the Carmelite Church, 

Kensington. 

1874. 1 171 Bridge over the Connecticut, 

U.S., for James Holland, 
Esq. 

PUGIN (E. W.) and ASHLIN (G. C). 

Architects. 
5, Gordon Square* 

1863. 935 Exterior of a Cathedral. 
1878. 109 1 Cathedral, Queenstown. 

1114 Interior, New Catholic Cathe- 
dral, Queenstown. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



PUGIN, ASHLIN, and PUGIN. 

Architects. 
Ill, Victoria Street, 
1879. 1124 The Grange, Ramsgate. 

PUGIN, Peter Paul Architect. 

Victoria Street^ Westminster, 
1879. 340 Below bridge. {Picture.) 

PUGIN (P.) and WELBY (C.) 

Architects. 

Victoria Street^ Westminster. 
1876. 991 Church of the English Martyrs, 
Tower Hill. 



PUGIN and PUGIN Architects. 

Ill, Victoria Street, 

1880. 1182 St. Benedict's College and 

Monastery, Fort Augustus. 

1 88 1. 1041 Church and Convent, Dum- 

fries. 
1884. 1252 Additions to the old Palace, 

Mayfield, Sussex. 

19, Surrey Street Strand. 
1888. 1902 Design for tomb for the late 

Archbishop Vaughan at St. 

MichaeFs Priory^ Belmont, 

Hertfordshire. 

117, Victoria Street. 
1890. 1 71 5 Church of the English Martyrs, 

Preston. 

PULL AN, Richard Popplewell. 

Architect. 
S, Cork Street. 
1856. 1147 Design for a sepulchral monu- 
ment, etc. 
15, Buckingham Street y Stratid. 

1882. 1 174 English church at Baveno. 

PULLAR, Howard Painter. 

4, Albemarle Street. 

1897. 817 The Golden temple, Umritsar, 

India. 

1898. 758 The relic. 

PULLBN, T. W Architect. 

1832. 954 The tomb of Ibrahim Adel 

Shah, in the city of Bejapoor, 
with elephants preparing for 
a tiger hunt; from a sketch 
by Col. Briggs. 

I o, Sail dm ry Place. 

1833. 1066 Design for a Birmingham free 

grammar school, etc. 

1834. 954 Mosque at Agra; from a sketch 

by Colonel Johnston. 



43, Dorset Street. 

1835. 1042 Regent's Bridge, Edinburgh; 
from a sketch by T. Oliphant, 
Esq. 

10, Salisbury Place. 

1838. 1 140 Interior of Holy Cross Abbey^ 
Ki Harney, with the tomb of 
O'Brien and shrine in which 
the monks were waked, 

1842. 1 107 St. Paul's Church, now erecting 
at Valetta, Malta, from the 
munificent gift of Her 
Majesty the Queen Dowager 
of England; designed by 
the late — Lankasheer, 
Esq. 



PULLER, J Painter. 




66, Church Street, 




Bethnal Gnen. 


1827. 


31 Landscape. 


PULLER, John Anthony ... Painter. 




66, Church Street, 




Bethnal Green. 


1821. 


75 I-andscape. 




29s do. 




/. A. Pullen, 




4, Globe Road, Mile End. 


1822. 


305 Landscape. 




/. A. PuUer, 


1823. 


353 landscape. 


1824. 


277 do. 


1825. 


34 Landscape, with gravel diggers. 




18, Dorchester Street. 


1826. 


112 Coast scene near Whitburn. 




13, IViti/brvtfk Row^ 




Nett} North Road. 


1827. 


469 View on the Thames, near 




Greenwich. 




493 View near Carshalton, Surrey. 


1828. 


112 Landscape. 


1829. 


204 do. 




47, Great Cambridge Street. 


1830. 


887 View on the Thames. 


1831. 


303 Landscape. 




18, Gloucester Street, 




West Hackney. 


1832. 


366 A landscape. 




18, Gloucester Street, 




West Haggerst&n. 


1833- 


65 Landscape — evening. 


1834. 


429 The village fountain. 


1835- 


210 Fisherman and children. 


1836. 


431 The Grandmother. 


1837. 


166 The sailors return 


1838. 


748 The soldier's farewell. 


1839- 


105 An interior. 


1840. 


1018 The morning lesson. 



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217 



I84I. 


272 Giving out the text. 




282 Age and fancy. 


1842. 


366 The tired gleaner. 


1843. 


405 Peppering the enemy. 


1844. 


548 The orphans. 


1845. 


379 Young anglers. 


1846. 


526 Gathering watercresses. 


1847. 


90 Cottage children. 




481 Merton Bridge, Surrey. 


1848. 


238 Gipsies crossing a brook. 


1849. 


368 Charity. 


1850. 


471 Tittlebat fishers. 




622 The rivals. 




981 Getting the magpie's nest. 




1004 Gleaners. 


1851. 


151 A shower bath. 




16, Great Cambridge Street^ 




Hackney. 


i8S3- 


203 Young anglers. 


1854. 


444 Preparing for school. 




565 The young magpie. 


1855. 


416 Blowing up the fort. 


1862. 


503 The gipsy's tent. 



PULVBRMACHBR, Miss Anna. 

Painter. 

366, City Road, 

1882. 585 "There was a soft and pensive 

grace, A cast of thought 

upon her face." — Scoit, 

Denbigh Villa, 

Denbigh Terrace, 

Bayswater, 
1887. 337 Poppies; still life. 

PUNNETT, P. S Architect. 

Mu swell Hill. 
1835. 912 Design for a cenotaph. 

PUNTITA, Madame. 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Montague Street, 
1859. 752 Portrait of an artist. 

PURCELL, P. V Painter. 

F. Purcell. 

1846. 803 The Arum; a study from 

nature. 

Bexley Heath. 

1847. 1257 Near Bexley; a study from 

nature. 

P. V. Purcell, Merton. 

1848. 706 Near Bexley; a study from 

nature. 

1849. '*9 Coombe Warren; study from 

nature. 

1850. 631 Merton, Surrey. 

VI. 



PURCHAS, Thomas J Painter. 

13, Lea Pale Road, Guildford. 

1879. 900 Above the lock. 

1880. 891 Across the common. 

St. Catherine's Cottage, 

Maple Road, Surbiton. 

1 88 1. 791 At low water. 

Jenner Road, Guildford. 

1883. 1012 Lynton. 

PURCHASE, Alfred Painter. 

Park Street, Fishguard, 

Wales. 
1889. 1284 Serpentine Rocks. 

PURCHASE, E. Keynes... Architect. 

3, Mecklenberg Street. 

1884. 1235 Gothic organ case. Old Radnor 

church. 

PURDAY, Miss Sarah T. ... Painter. 
115, Great Russell Street. 
1845. 57 Portrait. 
1847. 115 Captain Johns. 

PURSER, C Architect. 

At Mr, J. Anson's, 

10, Laurence Fount ney Lane. 
182 1. 970 Design for an ornamental tem- 
ple. 

1 1, Bennett St,, Blackfriars. 
1824. 872 Design for a naval hospital. 

PURSER, Miss Sarah H. ... Painter. 

19, Wellington Road, Dublin. 

1885. 502 Berkeley and Dorothy, children 

of Sir Robert Sheffield, 
Bart., of Normanby Park. 

1886. 968 Viscountess Dairy mple. 

PURSER, William, Junr. 

Architect and Painter. 
4, Bennet Street, 

Blackfriars Road. 

1805. 682 Design for an exterior of a 

bath. 

1806. 935 Design for a basilic or Courts 

of Justice. 

1807. 958 Design for a boat house. 

18 10. 719 do. an engine house. 

18 1 2. 847 Ruins. 

181 3. 688 Evening — composition. 

18 1 5. 685 Tomb of Abelard and Heloisa 
in the collection of monu- 
ments in Paris. 
823 Tombs of Moliire, Racine, 
Boileau, etc, in the collec- 
tion of monuments in Paris. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Purser, William, Junr. — continued. 

1820. 914 Design for a villa on the banks 

of the Ouse, near Bedford. 
915 Design for a casino. 

182 1. 603 Site of the ancient city of 

Paestum, with the Bay of 
Salerno in the distance. 

1822. 971 Rome, as it probably appeared 

from the Coelian Hill, about 
the time of the Emperor 
Constantine. 
1827. 4S9 Landscape composition. 
888 do. do. 

14, Upper Chariton Street. 

1829. 616 View of Sassoor, from a sketch 

by Captain Grindley, for 

his Scenery, etc., of Western 

India. 
616 View of Aurungabad; from a 

sketch by Captain Grindley 

for his Scenery, etc., of 

Western India. 
903 A mountain torrent. 

I, Fiask Waik, Hampstead. 

1830. 466 The bridge of Sighs at Venice. 
564 Ducal palace at Venice. 

8, Margaret Street, 

1833. 636 The Rialto; from a sketch by 

D. Mocatta, Esq. 

1834. 505 Cawdor Castle, N.B. 

533 The temple of Vesta at Tivoli; 
from a sketch by James 
Thrupp, Esq. 

PURTON, W Architect. 

1849. "75 Diserth Castle, near Flint, 
North Wales. 

PURVES, R Sculptor. 

32, Alpha Road, 
1864. 1053 Portrait bust. 

PURY, Baron Edmond dc. See D, 
vol. ii, page 307. 

PUTT, Miss Hilda Painter. 

Grainger Street^ 

Newcastle-on- Tyne, 
1898. 416 The good book. 

PUTTINATI Sculptor. 

Rome^ etc, 
1843. H" A marble figure — Cupid. 

PYE, C, Junr Painter. 

4, Buckingham PlacCy 

Fitzroy Square, 
1802. 435 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
706 do. gentleman as Don 

Quixote. 



PYB, James \,S Painter. 

48, Fort Street^ CrippkgaU. 

1780. 432 Landiscape in water colours. 

1 781. 379 View from Greenham, Berk- 

shire. 

1782. 490 View of Troughnam Passage, 

near the Hot Wells, Bristol. 
496 Landscape. 
17^3* >95 View of Donnington Castle. 

44, Fore Street. 

1784. 495 Landscape. 

125, Leadenhall Street. 

1785. 461 A landscape. 

At Mr, HalPs, Silvester Raw, 
Hackney, 

1 786. 485 A stained drawing. 

1787. 620 do. do. 

At Mr, Harloufs^ 

Mart Struts Hackney. 

1788. 490 Landscape. 

1789. 150 View of a cottage. 

4, Buckingham Place, 

Fitzroy Square. 
1803. 360 Orpheus and Euridice. 

PYE, James B Architect. 

Woodfieldy St, Ann^ s-on-Sea. 
1904. 1526 Free Library, St. Annc's-on- 
Sea. 

PYB, Thomas Painter. 

At Mr, Dowling^s^ 

New Court, Temple Bar. 
1776. 377 Portrait of a child. 

PYE, William Painter. 

Eaton Cottage, Rodwell, 

Weymouth. 
1890. 494 The valley of the Suir, Co. 
Waterford. 

Dunmore, Rodwell. 
1896. 557 A village by the sea, south 

coast of Ireland. 
1899. 85 The valley of the Blackwater. 

PYKE, C Architect. 

1799. 1086 View of Sir Robert Harland's 
house, Wilstead, Suffolk. 

PYKE-NOTT. See N, vol. v, page 
391 > 

PYM, B Miniature Painter. 

31, King Street, 

Cavent Garden. 
1793- 482 Portrait of a lady. 
1794* 499 do. young gentleman,^ 

'795- 453 do. lady. {Miss Kirk*'-^ 

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219 



i79S« 498 Portrait of a gentleman. (J/r. 
Thurtk.) 
56< Portrait of a gentleman. 

1796. 543 do. lady. 

31, Newman Street, 

1797. 603 A frame with two miniatures. 
9»o Portrait of a gentleman. 

993 Five miniatures. 

82, Newman Street, 

1798. 779 Portrait of Sir C. W. Rouse 

Broughton's son. 

1799. 70a Portraits of Miss Harris, Mrs. 

Fortman, J. Smith, Mrs. E. 
Pym, and J. Fortman. 

1800. 787 Portraits of S. Thornton, J. 

Matthew, D. Giles, T. Raikes, 
J. Whitmore, Directors, and 
A. Newland, Esqrs., Cashier, 
of the Bank of England. 

67, Newman Street, 

1801. 789 Mr. J. Seddon. 

i8oa. 4*7 Portrait of an officer in the 
first regiment of foot guards. 
428 Mrs. Arbington. 

1803. 460 An officer in the light dragoons. 
851 Mr. Brandon. 

1804. 834 Mr. and Mrs. Wiggins and son. 

24, Dover Street^ Piccadilly, 

1805. 361 A frame containing Mr. P. 

Barker, R.N., Mr. Cooke of 
Covent Garden Theatre, 
Miss E. Beresford, Mrs. 
Ridge, Mrs. J. Pym, and 
Mr. Ridge. 

PYNE, Charles Painter. 

43, Camden Road Villas. 
1864. 599 Windsor Castle from Romney 
Island. 



PYNE, Charles Claude Painter. 

Guildford. 
1839. 732 Hall at Bridgefoot, Surrey. 

973 Back of Abbot's Hospital, 
Guildford. 



PYNE, Miss Eva E. 

Miniature Painter. 
20, Ospringe Road^ 

St, John's College Park. 
1894 1235 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1 7, Burghley Roady 

Highgate Road. 
1895. **^5 "When the heart is young." 
83, HuddUston Road, 

TuJnellPark. 

1899, is5> Portrait of a lad y« 
water ' 



1 90 1. 14x2 Mary Oliver Elliott, eldest 

daughter of George Elliott, 
Esq. 
{Nmv Mrs. A. Warden.) 
62, Constantine Road, 

Hampstead. 

1902. 1079 Mrs. Claude Taylor. 

1080 Hope, youngest daughter of 

Rev. W. E. Roome. 

1081 Rita, youngest daughter of 

W. C. Gray, Esq. 
io8» Dorothy, eldest daughter of 

W. C. Gray, Esq. 
1083 Mrs. W. C. Gray. 

1903. 1079 Nansen. 

1080 Sweet seventeen. 

1 08 1 Happy childhood. 

1082 Beauty's eyes. 

1083 Charlie, son of F. C. Phillips 

Esq. 
21, Leslie Road, East Finchley. 

1904. 1 186 Portrait of my grandmother. 

PYNE, James Baker Painter. 

89, Mill Street, Dorset Square. 

1836. 473 Morning — Windsor Castle from 

the Thames. 

1837. s"5 Clifton, near Bristol, from the 

Avon. 

1838. 239 Nightingale Valley, Clifton. 

1839. 50* Eton College. 

York Cottage, North End, 

Fulham. 
1841. 253 A hostel at Castle Upnor, on 
the Medway. 
1 163 Sandwich, Kentish Coast. 

43, Camden Road Villas. 
1855. 1140 Florence, from San Miniato. 

PYNE, Thomas, R.I. Painter. 

1, Molesey Park Villas, 

East Molesey. 
814 Interior at Andemach. 

43, Hilldrop Crescent. 
803 Interior at Highgate. 
684 A Venetian Courtyard. 

82, Brecknock Road. 
806 The brook. Warming Camp. 

56, Upper Park Road, N. W. 
616 Twilight, Cookham Dean. 
1036 The Lock at Marlow. 
1063 On the Arun, Sussex. 
1 1 12 Carrying Hay, Walberswick. 
1 186 Making friends. 
is68 Mouth of the River Blythe, 

east coast. 
1387 A hayfield near Marlow. 

44, Upper Park Road, 
1242 The Arun at Burpham, Sussex. 
896 Hampstead Heatii. 



1874. 

1875- 
1876. 

1879. 

1881. 
1882. 

1884. 



1885. 

1890. 
1891. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Pync, Thomas, RJ,-— continued, 

3, Royal Square^ Dedham. 
1^93* 979 Manningtree, from the Berg- 
holt Hills. 

PYNB, William Henry Painter. 

At Mr, Marty f^ 5 Academy^ 
lo, Great Marlborough St, 

1790. 501 Travelling Comedians. 
595 Bartholomew fair. 

618 A puppet show. 
IV. H. Pyne, 

At Mr, Martyr^s Academy^ 
10, Great Marlborough St, 

1 791. 539 A village with figures merry 

making. 
W, H, Pyne, 

84, Park Street, 

Grosvenor Square, 
J 793. 324 View in Bedfordshire. 

667 do. do. 

i794« 359 Corn harvest. 

379 Farm yard in Kent. 

382 View from nature. 

410 Farm yard at Newenden, Kent. 



1794. 415 G^sies in a wood. 

432 View of a sea port in Kent. 
439 Morning — View near Sandgate, 
Kent 

2, Upper Baker Street. 
1796. 4«3 View in Devonshire. 
4*6 View in Cumberland. 
517 The watermill. 
650 Anglers. 
655 A conversation. 
10, George Street, 

Hanover Square. 

1801. 55$ A View in Greenwich Park; 

the animals by R, Hills. 

587 A farm house with cattle; 

scene in Wiltshire; the 

animals by R, Hills. 

38, Great Argyll Street. 
181 1. 305 A Polish jew. 

344 Portrait of F. J. Jackson, Esq., 
His Majesty's late minister 
to the United States of 
America. 

PYUYL, L. P. G. Van dcr. See V. 




QUADAL, Martin Ferdinand. 

Painter. 

— Quadaly 

At Mr. Caize's, 

Gerrard Street ^ Soho. 

1772. 202 Animals. 

203 Two animals. 
At Mr, Caize's, 

Great Marlborough Street, 

1773. "4 His Majesty reviewing the ar- 

tillery, on horseback. {Bad. 
— WaJpole.) 

215 His Majesty reviewing the artil- 
lery on horseback, in a 
Roman dress. ( Worse, — 
Walpole.) 

226 Dogs attacking a tiger. 

M, F Quadalde Morava^ Bath, 
1 791. 3 Two Italian Lazzaroni boys, 
reposing, with a group of 
dogs. 

41 A boy teaching a dog to count 
for a bit of bread plac'd on 
his nose. 

— Quadal, R.LA. 

George Street , 

Hanover Square, 
1793. 17 A boy with a dog and hare. 
224 Inside of a stable. 
270 The man and his ass — from 

the fable. 
658 Inside of a cowhouse. 

QUADRONB, Jean B Painter. 

39, Old Bond Street, 
1887. 764 Morning of the chase. 

QUELBN, De. See D, vol. ii, page 
307. 

QUENNBLL, Charles H. B. 

Architect. 
17, Victoria St.^ Westminster, 

1898. 1626 Chimney piece. 

1899. 1688 House in Rosecroft Avenue. 

1900. 1900 do. do. 

QUBSNB, Miss Rose le. See L, 
vol. V, page 37. 

QUBSTBD, George R. ... Illustrator. 
II, Abbey Gardens^ 

St, John's Wood, 
Bookplate design. 
do. do. 




240, Rotten Park Road^ 

EdgbastoHy Birmingham^ 
1897. 163 1 Design for a bookplate. 
1635 Fame and death. 
1683 Design for a bookplate. 
18, New Clive Road, 

West Dulwich, 
1899. '5*' Vivien; illustration fromTenny- 
son. 



QUIBBLL, Alexander G. 

Architect. 

27, Burgoyne Road, Harringay, 
1897. 1853 Municipal Building. 



QUICK, Miss Edith P Painter. 

The Lynchesy 

Shalford, Guildford, 
1900. 409 On the shore at Rye. 



QUINN, James Painter. 

2, Burstock Road, Putney. 
1904. 133 A stolen moment. 



QUINNBLL, Cecil W. 

Miniature Painter. 
7, Flanders Road, 

Bedford Park, 
1897. 1489 Marie G. H., daughter of 

Edric Vredenburg, Esq. 
1899. 'V^ ^^^ McCarthy, Esq. 



QUINTON, Alfred Robert... Painter. 
10, BoU Court, E.C. 

1879. 683 At Gomshall, Surrey. 

12, New Court, LincoMs Inn, 

1880. 577 " Beside the still waters." 
858 A Cottage Door. 

1882. 741 Cornish fishing village. 
1884. 140 A by-path from the moor. 
1886. 533 The village bridge. 
1889. 345 Elstead bridge, Surrey. 

1899. 1038 Sussex Woodlands. 
1099 The heart of Sussex. 

1900. 1 1 55 Henley, Sussex. 

1 173 Blackdown from Henley Hill, 
Sussex. 
1902. 799 The Thames valley from 
Henley Park. 



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RAALTB, Mrs. C. Van. SeeV. 

RABEUF, Hippolytc Painter. 

32, Nezvman Street, 
1893. "386 The carpet mender. 

RACKHAM, Arthur Painter. 

3, St, Ann's Park Villas, 

Wandsworth, 

1888. 1446 Winchelsea from the marsh. 

1889. 1 297 Cottages at Pett, Sussex. 

6, Wychcombe Studios, 

1 90 1. I Id Evening — Switzerland. 

1902. 1329 The Princess and the dragon. 

Illustration to GrimnCs fairy 
tales, 

1336 Sweetheart Roland. Illustra- 
tion to Grimm's fairy tales, 

1345 The young Count and the 
frogs, etc. Illustration to 
Grimm's fairy tales, 
54/j, Park Hill Road, N, W, 

1903. 1417 The Princess carried off by 

the dragon. Illustration to 
Grimm's fairy tales, 

1424 Rumpelstiltskin. Illustration 
to Grimm's fairy tales. 

1430 The seven kids. 

3, Primrose Hill Studios, 

1904. 1038 Mother Goose. 

RADCLIFF, Miss Anna Painter. 

2, Guildford Cottages, Dover, 
1 84 1. 5S7 View near Dover. 

RADCLIPPB, Radcliffe W. 

Painter. 
Felday^ Dorking. 
633 December. 
99 s Waiting. 

Hoimimry St. Maty^ 

near Dorking. 
3 jt ** Tis autumn, autumn, autumn 

late, etc." 

47« The noonday rest, 

483 A winding stream. 

41 1 Abinger milt pond. 

91 The red rover. 

Rogate^ Petersfield, 
113 The Stathe at EUnworth Broad. 
ings. 



1879. 




1885. 


123 Haben Bridge, Sussex. 




909 Going to market. 




1 1 30 The Lizard Lights. 


1886. 


300 Proprietors all. 




519 For Eaater Decorations. 


1887. 


98 In the snow. 




429 Feeding poultry. 




581 Among the turnips. 


1888. 


67 The coming shower. 




604 A lonely shore. 




646 "Gone away." 


1889. 


147 Spring. 




217 The South Downs, West 




Sussex. 




1262. Haben Bridge. 




9, Bentinck Street, 




Manchester Square. 


1890. 


756 Gone away. 


1895- 


II Lost. 



RADCLYFFB, Charles Walter. 

Painter. 
1 7, Mabledon Place, 

Burton Crescent, 

1849. 493 The path through the wood. 

1850. 676 Sketch from Nature. 

Hagley Road, Birmingham, 
1881. 481 Downton Woods, Hereford- 
shire. 

RADCLYFFE, Edward ... Engraver. 

20, Gloucester Crescent, 
1859. 12x3 Hay field after J. Absolon. 

41, Camden Street. 
i860. 934 A windy day. After D. Cox. 
940 Kenilworth Castle. After D. 
Cox. 
1 86 1. 962 The peat gatherers. After D. 
Cox. 

963 The outskirts of the forest. 

After D. Cox. 

964 Changing the pasture. After 

D. Cox. 
1863. ^66 Bala Lake — morning. After 
D. Cox. 

RADCLYFFE, WUliam, Junr. 

Painter. 

7, Chandos Street. 
1835. 17S Portrait of a gentleman. 
Bartholomew Place, 

Kentish Town, 
1843. 545 The children of the Rev. R. 
Moore, Rector of St. Giles's, 
Dorset. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1867. 
1868. 



RADFORD, Edward, A.I^. W.S. 

Painter. 
129, Lupus Struts Pimlico. 
83$ Peasant of the Nile. 
346 "No man that warreth en- 
tangleth himself with the 
affairs of this life: that he 
may please him who hath 
chosen him to be a soldier/' 
6, Abingdon Villas West. 
$17 Day Dreams. 
19, Percy Road^ 

Shepherd's Bush. 
744 From the camp. 
766 The deuce. 
799 Reverie. 
911 Pour rhonneur. 
784 "Vlk!" 

134, Percy Roady W. 
1890. 222 The Message of Hisdaeus. 



1870. 



1872. 

1873. 
1874. 

1875- 



RADFORD, James Painter. 

41, London Street. 

1 84 1. 727 Rivaulx Abbey, Yorkshire. 

1842. 257 Study from nature. 

1256 The Rainbow — View of Ri- 
vaulx Abbey; shower pass- 
ing off. 

1843. 260 Scene on the Rye, near Helms- 

ley, Yorkshire. 
290 Scene in Kirkdale, Yorkshire. 

1844. 1 151 Bow bridge, near Totnes, 

Devon. 

4, Stanley Place. 

1847. 255 Scene on the Rye, near Helms- 

ley, Yorkshire. 
646 UAriccia on the Naples road — 

evening. 
747 A River scene. 

S, Douro Place. 

1848. 1247 A Mountain stream. 

1849. 1 1 10 A lock on the Thames. 

1850. 70 Gensano, Lago di Nemi. 

629 Wargrave ferry on the Thames. 
16, Sheffield Terrace^ 

Kensington. 

1858. 258 Interior of Bettws-y-coed 

Church, North Wales. 

1859. 977 On the Llugwy, North Wales. 

RAB, Miss Henrietta R. (afterwards 

Mrs. Ernest Normand) Painter. 

33, Fortess Roady 

Kentish Town. 

1 88 1. 46 Miss Warman. 

5, Fitzroy Square. 

1882. 244 Ernest Normand, Esq. 

1883. 108 Miriam. 

1497 Miss Lilian Woodcock. 



AucklandSy Upper Norwood. 

1884. 854 Launcelotand Elaine. 

i^Now Mrs. Ernest Normand\ 
Rowsley House^ 

Holland Park Road. 

1885. 6 Ariadne deserted by Theseus. 
623 A Bacchante. 

1886. 702 Doubts. 

1887. 534 Eurydice sinking back to 

Hades. 
1016 A Naiad. 

1888. 668 Zephjrrus wooing Flora. 

1889. 629 The death of Procris. 

AucklandSy Auckland Road^ 

Norwood. 

1890. 104X Ophelia. '* There's rue for 

you." 
Rowsley House^ 

Holland Park Road. 

1 89 1. 664 La cigale. "La cigale ayant 

chants, etc." — Lafontaine. 

1892. 557 Mariana. ''He cometh not, 

she said." — Tennyson. 

AucklandSy Norwood. 

1893. 439 Flowers plucked and cast aside. 

1894. 564 Psyche before the throne of 

Venus. — Morris s Earthly 
Paradise. 

1895. 621 Apollo and Daphne. 

1896. 58 George L. Beeforth, Esq., 

Mayor of Scarborough, 1894. 
678 Summer. 

1897. 634 Isabella. "She had no know- 

ledge when the day was 
done, etc." — Keats. 

1899. 927 Diana and Callisto. — Ovid. 

1900. 1075 The Lady Mayoress. (Lcuiy 

Newton.) Presentation por- 
trait. 

1 90 1. 207 The Marquess of Dufferin and 

Ava. Painted for the Royal 
Ulster Yacht Club. 

1903. 193 Lady Winifred Renshaw and 

son. 
47» The Sirens. 

1904. 391 Songs of the morning. 

RAB, Miss Mary Painter. 

32, Phillimore Gardens. 
1886. XI 84 Monica; a portrait. 

RABBURN, Sir Henry, R.A. 

Painter. 

Edinburgh. 
6 Portrait of a gentleman. (John 
Home or Home.) 
351 Portrait of a lady. 
28 Sir Walter Farquhar. 
578 Portrait of a gentleman. 



1792. 



1798. 
1799. 



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225 



— Raebum^ 1 , Hindt Street^ 
Mamhesttr Square. 
lSo2, 169 Portrait of Dn Rutherford, 
professor of botany in the 
University of Edinburgh for 
Dr. Thornton's botanical 
work. 

H. Ruebum^ Edinburgh^ 

iSio. 79 Portrait of W. Scott, Esq., 

author of the Lay of the 

Last Minstrel, Marmion, etc. 

iSrr. 171 The Rev. Sir H, MoncrieflT 

Wellwood, Bart. 
i8i3- t Portrait of the chief of the 
Macdonells, 
304 Portraitof a gentleman, 
357 do- tlo. 

(Elected A. R.A.) 

1813. 51 Sir G. S. Mackenzie, Bart* 

1814. 35 Portrait of a gentleman, 
4j Lord Seaforlh. 

153 Portrait of a lady. 
247 General Sir D. Baird. 
(Elected R,A.) 

1815. so The Earl of Kinnoul. 
75 The Earl of Fife. 

tjS Portrait of a general officer. 
177 Professor PI ay fair, Edinburgh, 
F.R.S. 
1S16, 31 Portrait of a boy. 

183 The Rt. Hon. David Boyle, 

Lord Justice Clerk, 
2 ^ I Por trai t of a ge n t leman , 
2S6 do. do, 

381 J, Cawley, Esq. 

181 7. 84 Lady Gumming Gordon* 

91 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
13^ VV. H, Miller, Esq. 
369 Portrait of a gen d em an. 

1818. 32 Archibald William, Lord Mont- 

go merie. 
177 Rear- Admiral Sir D. Milne. 
io3 Portrait of a lady. 
16 S The Rt. Hon, A, Macconochiej 

Lord Advocate of Scotland. 

1819. 38 F, L. Chantrey, Esq>> R,A* 
112 Portrait of a Highland chief. 
313 do. gentleman. 

379 do. y o un g gen 1 1 eman * 

i8ao» iS The Earl of Hopetown, 

;j The Marquis of Huntley in the 
Highland garb and family 
tartan. 
iiH The Duke of Sedfaj 
^17 Portrait oUMVtfMUfteper 
f to the 

° 36q E. Livii 
1811. 7 The 



1821. 325 Earl Compton. 

420 Portrait of a lady. 
1822* 62 do. an officer. 

176 do. a gentleman. 
312 Lord Douglas. 
(Knighted.) 
1823* 42 Portrait of an officer of the 
Royal Navy. 
94 Portrait of a gentleman. 
14* do. do. 

100 Portraits of a lady and child. 



RAEBURN, Henry Macbeth- 
M, vol, V, page 128. 



See 



1864. 



1865. 





RAEMACKBRS, John Adrien. 

Sculptor, 
y. Ramackers^ 

21, Winchester StreeL 
875 Peep of day. 
877 Evening star. 
916 The secret. 

J, Raemackers, 
1017 The faithful messenger. "Yet 
dost thou droop— even now 
while I utter Love's happy 
welcome, thy pulse dies away ; 
"Cheer thee, my bird, 
etc."— T. Moore. 

J, A, Ramackers. 
S49 What are the wild waves say- 
ing? 
/, A. Raemackers^ 

69, Winchester Street^ 

Pimiico, 
1Q78 Ruth. " So she gleaned in the 
field until even, etc." 
22, Blootnfield Terrace^ Pimiico. 
1123 Impudence. 
1136 Dignity. 

1 1* I Florence. "When any sharp 
sense of its being empty 
smote upon her, she could 
kneel beside it and pray 
God, etc." — Dombey and 
Son. 
1870, 1160 Ophelia; marble. "O, woe is 
me! etc." 
ii6a Innocence; marble. 

1206 The village maid ; marble. 

1207 Henry Harris, Esq. 
13E9 Religion. 
1390 Frivolity. 

1404 Dr. Lockhart Clarke, F.R.S. 
14631 The Countess of Clancarty; 

marble. 
\\ifi The Earl of Clancarty; marble. 
1460 The late Earl of Clancarty; 

marble. 

GG 



1S66. 



1867. 



1868. 



1S69. 



1871. 
1872. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Raemackers, John Adricn-^confinued. 

1874. 1504 The orphans; companions in 

solitude. 
1553 Miss Whitburn. 

1875. 1252 The Hon. Mrs. Trench; marble. 

1876. 1379 The late Hon. Robert Le Poer 

Trench; marble bust. 
1429 Souci et sans souci. 
1452 The late Marquis of Bristol; 

marble bust. 

1878. 1446 "Ada"— bust, marble. "lam 

sure I would not think any 
ill of Richard if the whole 
world did, etc." 

1879. 1537 Innocence; bust, marble. 
1576 The late Duke of Leinster. 
1584 Thomas Webster, Esq., H.R. A. 

i88t. 1535 Lieut.-Col. J. P. Kennedy. For 
the Central Indian Railway ; 
bust. 
1544 Miss Anne Crump. 
1883. 1565 A study. 

1588 The late Sir Charles Reed. 
1687 Ethel Harrison. 

1886. 178^ Mrs. William Brayshaw; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1887. 1796 The late Earl of Eglinton; 

bust, marble. 
1852 Colonel North; bust, marble. 
1857 Henry M. Stanley, Esq.; bust. 

1888. 1914 Mrs. North; bust, marble. 
1977 Faith; bust, marble. 

2042 Miss North; bust, marble. 

1889. 2145 Harry North, Esq.; bust. 
1892. 1855 F. T. Barry, Esq., M.P.; bust. 

RAFFEL, Charles Painter. 

41, Walham Grove, 
1874. 184 Solitude. 

592 Morning hour. 

RAFFIELD, J Architect. 

103, Great Portland Street. 

1797. II 14 The Castle, designed for a man- 

sion in Scotland. 

1798. 9>7 Design for a mausoleum. 

115, Oxford Street, 

1799. 907 Elevation of a new cast iron 

bridge, proposed to be 
erected over the River 
Thames from the Strand in 
the vicinity of the Adelphi 
to Lambeth. 

13, South Molton Street. 

1804. 894 Stables, Kent Road. 

1805. 7^8 Suspended Bridge over the 

Danube at Vienna, etc. 
729 House in Kent Road for J. 
Rolls, Esq. 



52, Lower Brook Street^ 

Grosvenor Square^ W. 

1807. 949 Hall at Grange House, Surrey, 

for J. Rolls, Esq. 

1808. 84X Mansion for a nobleman. 

27, Edward Street, 

Cavendish Square, 
1 81 6. 897 Parish church for St. Maryle- 
bone, etc. 

18 1 8. 950 St. John's Lodge, Regent's 

Park, for Chas. Augustus 
Tulk, Esq. 

18 1 9. 1057 do. do. do. 
1076 do. do. do. 

1820. 942 Design for a mansion. 

25, Cirencester Place. 
1825. 898 Easton Neston Park, North- 
amptonshire, for the Earl of 
Pomfret. 

RAFFLES, W. H Architect. 

9, Argyll Street. 
1894. 1621 Chancel, Canewdon church, 
Essex. 

RAGGI, Mario Sculptor. 

23, Newman Street. 
1854. 1385 Innocence. 

64, Gloucester Street, S. W. 

1877. H50 Compulsory Education 

31, Devonshire Strut. 

1878. 1427 The late Admiral Rous; bust 

(posthumous), marble. For 
thejochy Club at Newmarket. 

1458 On the seashore. 

1502 The late Admiral Rous; statu- 
ette, terra-cotta. 

1879. 1546 His Eminence Cardinal Man- 

ning; bust, terra-cotta. 

1880. 1S13 The Entombment. For Thistle- 

ton church, Rutland. 
1647 John Harvey, Esq., Ex-Grand 
Secretary, Grand Lodge of 
England; bust, terra-cotta. 

1881. 1483 His Eminence Cardinal New- 

man; bust, terra-cotta. 
1489 Matutin; statue, marble. 

1882. 15S0 TheEarlofBeaconsfieldjK.G.; 

bust, marble. 

1883. 1615 The late Dr. W. G. Ward, 

K.C.S.G., of Northwood 
Park, Isle of Wight; post- 
humous bust, marble. 

1884. 1772 Lord John Manners. Presenta- 

tion portrait, 
1886. 1778 Robert Warner, Esq.; bust, 

bronze. 

44, Osnaburgh Street. 
1890. 1972 James Perkins, Esq.; bust, 

marble. 



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227 



1S92, lUi Lionel S. Beale, Esq., RR.S.; 

bust. 
1895. 1619 The Duchess of Rutland- Pre- 

sentaHon bust^ marble, 

RAGGIN, Miss E, Painter, 

$1, Charhtte StretL 
1858. 507 Sunset 
{Raggin in the index^ ^ctggt in the 

€atai&gue.) 

RAGON, Adolphc ., Painter, 

33, Upper Wesibmirne Terrace. 
1S77, 53 s Going out of harbour. 
812 Near Black wall 
S58 In the Channel. 
893 The wreck. 
1878. 36 The pool 

197 At Limehouse. 
90S Near Tilbury Fort 
1879 1410 Rochester by Moonlight 

38^ Sinciair Raad^ Kensington. 
1884* 1177 Hole Haven, Essex. 
1S85. 76a Yarmouth smacks towed out 
of harbour. 
A* Rajon^ 

17, Buckingham Road^ 

Wiilesden Junction. 

1890. U77 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales 

and the Shah passing the 
training ship "Warspite." 
A, Ragon^ 

17, Buckingham Road^ 

Hariesden, 

1 89 1 , J 4 « s Shi ppi ng at Gra vesend. 

RAIGERSFIELD, Captain. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary EKhibitor.) 

655 A View near Air, in the south 

of France. 
93 Falconer's shipwreck. '*The 
order, boys, was given to 
bear away, etc," 

660 View of Brest harbour; The 
Montague, one of the 
Squadron of Earl St. Vin- 
cent, forcing the enemy's 
ships to shift their ground 
from Batheaume to Cameret 
Bay, Aug. 16, 1800. 

797 Room in the ancient archiepis* 
copal palace at Maidstone. 

»*4tA sea piece. 



1798. 
1801, 



1809- 




1848. 


547 An English Village. 


1850. 


laoo The roadside inn. 


1852. 


523 Near Wembly, Harrow in the 




distance. 


1853. 


238 Wapping. 


1854. 


164 A Woodland Cottage. 




418 Rochester. 


1855. 


612 Near Pershore, Worcestershire. 


1856. 


64 The Port of London. 




zii A Village street 




1026 Near Otford, Kent 




H.f. Rail ton, 




22, Queen's Road West, 




Chelsea. 


1858. 


55 On the Brent near Ealing. 




29s Coombe Wood, Surrey. 




970 Norbiton. 




F, J, RcUlton, 




22, Queen's Road West, 




Chelsea, 


1859. 


325 Near Maiden, Surrey. 




496 Summer time in the woods. 


1863. 


519 Addington Heath, Surrey. 


RAILTON, William Architect. 




6, Baker Street, 


1829. 


995 Chapel of Magdalen College, 



1830. 1032 



IS32. 
1834. 


973 
885 




915 


JS38. 


1232 


1839. 


1 169 


IS44. 


1182 


1845. 


1205 
1099 




1128 




1260 


1846. 


1 194 




«3>3 



Oxford. 

10, Baker Street, 

Randalls, the seat of Nathaniel 
Bland, Esq., near Leather- 
head. 

Carlton Chambers, 

12, Regent Street. 

Randalls, etc. 

House at Gracedieu, Leicester- 
shire, for Ambrose Lisle, 
Phillipps, Esq. 

Dichley, the seat of Charles 
March Phillips, Esq., M.P. 

Gatehouse at Garendon Park, 
for C. M. Phillips, Esq. 

Residence near Ripon, for the 
Bishop. 

St. Bartholomew's church, 
Bethnal Green. 

Bromley church. 

Church for the Metropolis 
Churches Fund. 

Ripon Cathedral, etc. 

Mansion for William Herrick, 
Esq., Beau Manor Park, 
Leicestershire. 

Riseholme Hall, for the Bishop 
of Lincoln. 

The Nelson Column, Trafalgar 
Square. This monument, 
designed, and partly erected, 
for the Committee of sub- 
scribers, the Architect is now 



228 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Railton, William— con^'nu^d, 

conductins; to completion 
under the Authority of Her 
Majesty's Government. 

The statue of Nelson sur- 
mounting the column was 
executed by E. H. Baily, 
Esq., R.A., in Granton 
stone, the gift of the Duke 
of Buccleuch; the material 
of the column being Devon- 
shire granite, except the 
ornaments of the capital 
which are cast from naval 
ordnance. The sculptural 
subjects in the panels of the 
pedestal, commemorative of 
the events of St. Vincent, 
Nile, Copenhagen, and Tra- 
falgar, have been respectively 
entrusted to Messrs. Watson, 
Woodington, Ternouth, and 
Carew, and are to be cast in 
bronze. 

1848. 1224 Staircase, Beaumanor Park, 

Leicestershire. 

1849. 1044 Mean wood church, Leeds, for 

the Misses Beckett. 
X064 Chapel of Ripon palace, the 
gift of the Archbishop of 
York to the see of Ripon. 

1850. 1283 Chancel of Meanwood church. 

1284 Meanwood church. 

1285 Interior, Holy Trinity church, 

Hoxton. 

1851. 275 North door, Bromley church. 
276 Chancel, Bromley St Leonard's, 

Middlesex. 

RAIMBACH, Abraham. 

Miniature Painter. 
A. Rainbach, 

13, Upper Tichfield Street. 
^191' 978 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1798. 785 A portrait. 

A, Rainback. 
839 A frame with three portraits. 
A, Raimbach, 

1800. 854 Mr. Abbott. 

1 80 1. 746 Mr. M*Lary. 

750 Portrait of a gentleman. 
766 Aframecontaining the portraits 
of Mr. Wallis, Mr. Cromek, 
and a young lady. 
Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital, 

1802. 656 Portrait of a gentleman. 
736 Mr. Burgess. 

14, Carlisle Street, Soho, 

1803. 779 Portrait of a gentleman. 



1804. 746 Portrait of a lady. 
749 do. do. 

1805. 389 do. do. 
{Raimbach is better known as a line 

engraver,) 

RAIMBACH, David L. 

Miniature Painter. 
42, Fortune Gate Road^ 

Harlesden. 

1903. 1223 A child's head. 

1904. 1194 Miss Amy Turner. 

RAIMBACH, David Wilkie. 

Miniature Painter. 
26, Thayer Street 
1843. 1482 A posthumous bust of Abraham 
Rai mbach, late a correspond- 
ing member of the Institute 
of France, and Hon. Mem- 
ber of the Academies of 
St. Petersburgh, Vienna, 
Geneva, and Amsterdam. 

99, Stanhope Street. 
850 Philip Joumeaux, Esq. 
923 Miss Joumeaux. 

927 Portrait of a lady. 

928 Mrs. Stacpoole. 
975 Mr. Frederick Stacpoole. 
731 Walter, fourth son of George R 

Evans, Esq. 
872 Mrs. Charles Elder. 
928 Portrait of the infant daughter 

of Cuthbert Seeley, Esq. 
932 James Carpenter, Esq. 
99, Stanhope Street, 

Hampstead Road. 
741 M. T. S. Raimbach, Esq., M.A. 
785 Portrait. 

Government School ofDesigm^ 

748 Portrait of a young lady. 
747 Blanche, eldest daughter of 
D. W. Raimbach. 

Umerick* 
729 W. Linnieus Casey, Esq., of 

Cork. 
764 Mrs. Winter* 

Birmingkems^ 
213 Bou!ogne*sur^mer. 



1846. 



1847. 



1848. 



1850. 
1852. 



1854. 
1855. 



1868. 



RAIMBACH, Louis. 

Miniature Painter, 

125, Finborough Road. 

1882. 1359 Portrait of a lady. 

1883. 1250 Miniature portrait- 

The Cres^tnt^ Br&msi 

Wortm 
1894. 943 The daughter of Her^ 





THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



229 



RAIMBACH, Miss. 

Miniature Painter, 
8j Park Terrace^ Grttnwieh, 
i8j5- 547 Portrait of a young lady. 
661 do. do, 

671 do. do. 

817 PortraiL 

SiS Portrait of a young lady. 
1836. 63 a do. lady. 

6S1 The daughters of the late Ad- 
miral Sir Benjamin Hollo- 
well Carew, G.CB. 
*i9 Major-General Sir Patrick 

Ross, K.CM.G., K,C.H. 
841 Master Ross, 
1S57, ^o^ Portraits of a boy and a young 

lady, 
i838, 8+7 Mrs. Thomas Henry Ponsonby. 

1840, 675 Portrait of a lady, 

760 Portraits of the two eldest 
daughters of H. Skrine, Esq., 
of Stubbings House, Berk- 
shire, 

766 Portrait of a lady. 

799 Portraits of three brothers. 

1841, 763 Rosamond; a portrait. 

»i8 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man, 

9J1 Portraits of a lady and her four 
daughters. 

1842, 76* Viscount Drumlanrig. 

7 89 A bracelet containing the por^ 
traits of six of the child- 
ren of Mr. and Mrs. Thesi- 
ger. 

Boo Portraits of a family of four 
children. 

Sji Portraits of a family of seven 
children. 

R74 Portrait of a lady* 

88s Viscountess Drumlanrig. 

91* Miss The siger; set as a brooch. 

9S» J- Thesiger, Esq., Q.C., MP. 

159 Lady Dorothea Walpole, 

74^^ do* do. 

868 Portrait of a naval officer* 

896 Portraits of five of the children 
I of Lord Campbell and Lady 
Stratheden, 
Portraits of the four sons of 
George C^ E^nns, Esq. 

914 Portraits of the nine childieD 
of Captain DanielL 

. SlrttL 

Ponr&it^ of Ufl^^HV^htE^rB 

■nham. 



1843. 



1844- 1^^ 

789 



I83 



1845. 763 

921 

1846* 744 



746 

890 

1847. 772 

1848. 784 



928 




1849* 749 

825 



iSgo. 686 



The children of J. Boulderson, 
Esq., Ercless Castle, Inver- 
ness-shire. 

Portraits of the Hon. Miss 
Eraser, Misses Panny and 
Charlotte Eraser, the Hon. 
Mr. Eraser, Masters Allister, 
George and Martin Henr}' 
Eraser, the children of Lord 
Lovat, Beaufort Castle, In- 
verness-shire. 

Portraits of the children of 
N. Hibbert, Esq., Munden 
House, Herts. 

99, Stanhope Street 

Lady Kinnaird. 

Master Mainwaring. 

Group of the two eldest sons 
and youngest daughter of 
James Campbell, Esq., of 
Inverawe, Loch Awe. 

Group of the two eldest 
daughters and youngest son 
of James Campbell, Esq., 
of Inverawe, Loch Awe. 

Miss M'Neil, only child of Sir 
John M*Neil, G.C.B., Edin- 
burgh. 

Second son of Robert Harring- 
ton, Esq. 

Beauchamp Lodge, 

Hamtnersmith, 

Portrait of the infant daughter 
of Sir Charles des Voeux. 

A nun of the order of the 
Good Shepherd with three 
penitents from the asylum 
governed by the nuns of 
this order; two penitents in 
the dress of the "Conse- 
crated," and one in their 
ordinary costume. 

Portraits of Sybil Bigge, the 
Hon. Mr. Gordon in his 
uniform as page to the 
Queen, the Hon. Mr. Fran- 
cis Gordon, and the Hon. 
Miss Gordon — painted to- 
gether, and Miss Clara Mel- 
ville. 

Miss Pagliano. 

Josephine and Brodie, daugh- 
ter and son of Mr. D. 
Zulu^ta. 

Master Henry and Miss North- 
cote. 

The Month of May. 

Portrait of a lady in the dress 
she wore on taking the habit 
of Religion, etc. 



230 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Raimbach, IMss— continued. 

1 85 1. 960 Lord Nea Ross and the Hon. 
William Phipps, children of 
the Earl of Mulgrave. 
1001 Lady Victoria Fitzalan How- 
ard, Lady Minna Fitzalan 
Howard, Lady Mary How- 
ard, Lady Etheldreda How- 
ard, and Lord Maltravers, 
children of the Earl of Sur- 



1852. 



rey. 



826 Hb Eminence Cardinal Wise- 
man. 
Convent of the Good Shepherdy 
Beauchamp Lodge^ 

Hammersmith, 
1S55. 899 The infant daughters of the 
Hon. Mr. Melville and Cap- 
tain Wigram. 



RAINCOCK, Miss S Painter. 

Via Porta Pinciana^ Rome, 
1864. 167 The peasants of Italy. 
396 Old woman and child. 



RAINE, Herbert Architect. 

21, Oakley Street y Chelsea, 
1900. 1831 Design for a clock tower. 
1905 do. fireplace. 

II, New Court y LincoMs Inn, 
1902. 1540 Design for Memorial church. 
1904. 1624 do. fireplace. 



RAINE, H. Keyworth. 

Miniature Painter. 
20, Newman Street, 
1897. 1414 Portrait of the artist. 



RAINEY, William, RJ, Painter. 

10, Bolt Court, Fleet Street, 

1878. 884 At Lyme Regis. 

1879. 909 The Holm bush, Lyme Regis. 

1 2, New Court, LincoMs Inn, 

1880. 9«> At Felday. 

2, Palmer^s Green Villas, 

Southgate, 

1881. 865 The mill house. 

1 2, New Court, 

1882. 1468 The two Poll/s. 

1883. 464 The Horse-boat, Fowey. 

1884. 4»5 The widower. 

1663 The pride of the village. 

1886. 944 The end of the chapter. 

Shoreham, Kent, 

1887. 633 The last chance. 

1888. 232 Sunshine and shingle. 



1890. 523 When the flowing tide comes 

in. 

West Street, Winchester. 

1891. 1055 <*The flag that's braved a 

thousand years." 

Fishbourne, Chichester, 
1894. 837 A Dutch auction. 

Appledram House, Chichester, 
1899. 1210 "A doleful ballad to his mis- 
tress's eyebrows." 
1901. 1029 The harbour. Isle of Marken. 
1074 The cradle. 

1903. 790 Sweet lavender. 

1904. 262 After Sedgmoor. 

RAINPORD, E Painter. 

E, RcUnsford, 

88, Charlotte Street. 
1850. 1235. The parting of Imogen and 
Leonatus Posthumus. 
"Look here, love. This 
diamond was my mother's; 
take it, heart, etc." — Cym- 
beline, act i, sc. 2. 
W, Rain/ord, 

25, Princes Street, 

Cadogan Terrace, 
1853. 1288 Celia telling Rosalind that 
Orlando is in the forest. 
35, Princess Street^ 

Leicester Square, 
1864. 49 The tomb of Archimedes, Syra- 
cuse, Sicily. 

RAJON, Paul Adolphe Etcher. 

M, Rajqy, 

59, Boulevard d'Enfer, Paris, 
1872. 1268 Mrs. Siddons. After Gains- 
borough. 
1296 Gervartius. After Vandyck. 
P, Rajon, 

8, Brunswick Place, 

1875. ^®*' Non piangere. After Bonnel; 

etching. 
1 102 J. S. Mill. After G. F. Watts, 

R.A.; etching. 
1113 Mrs. Rose. After F. Sandys; 

etching. 

1876. iioi W. Sale, Esq. After W. W. 

Ouless. 
1145 The Armourer. After A. Fabri. 
1164 On the steps of the Capitol. 

After L. Alma-Tadema, 

A.R.A. 

1877. 1256 A Roman Emperor. After 

L. Alma-Tadema, A.R.A. 
Auvers, Seine-et-Oise, France, 
1883. 1365 Une reverie; etching. 
1887. 1422 The dead robin. After F. 

Walker, AR.A. 



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231 



RALLI, Theodore J Painter. 

25, Bedford Street^ Strand, 

1441 Three Bashi-Bazouks playing 

at cards in a coffee house at 

Smyrna. 

1 1, Boulevard Mont Parnasse, 

Parts, 

642 Courtship in Cairo. 

117, Bishopsgate Within, 
967 The Marionettes in the harem. 
1499 Siesta in a mosque. 
563 Boa charmer in a harem in 
Cairo. 



1879. 



1880. 

1881. 
1882. 
1883. 



RALPH, G 



1778. 244 

1779. »39 
240 

1780. 4« 
100 
'45 

1782. 161 

374 



1783. 



«3 
24 

»35 
242 



1784. 33 
'49 
376 
385 



1787. 151 




. Keith Painter. 

15, Orange Street^ 

Leicester Fields, 

Portrait of an artist. 

A gentleman; three quarters, 
do do. 

Perseus and Andromeda. 

Portrait of a gentleman, 
do do. 

63, Conduit Street^ 

Hanover Square, 

Portrait of a child. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

(Col, John fT^A— Walpole.) 

A head. 

Romeo dismissing his servant 
Balthasarat Juliet's tomb. — 
Act. V, Scene 4. 

8, Marylebone Street^ 

Golden Square. 

Portraits of a lady and child. 

Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Portrait of a lady. 

18, Bedford Street, 

Covent Garden, 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Portrait of a lady. 

G, Ralph, 

100, St, Martinis Lane, 

Romeo and Juliet. Vide act 5 
scene i. 

Portrait of a lady. {Mrs, Inch- 
bald,) 

G. K. Ralph, 

100, St, Martinis Lane, 

Portrait of a lady. 

Children catching butterflies. 

Portrait of a lady. 

{Lady Mary Bertie, — Walpole.) 

Portrait of an artist. {Mr, 
Banks, RA.) 



1790. loi Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 
Clarke.) 
254 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 
King, Master of Ceremonies 
of Bath,) 

G. Ralph, 162, Strand. 

1793. loi Portrait of a young gentleman. 

{R, Ralph in catalogue,) 
40, Great Maddox Street. 

1794. 184 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
226 Portrait of an artist. 

(Portrait Painter to the Duke of 
Clarence.) 
G, K. Ralph, 

2, Carlisle Street, Soho, 

1795. 192 Portrait of an actress. {Miss 

Boole.) 
G. Ralph, 
22, Great Marlborough Street, 

1796. 281 Portrait of an actor. 

G, K, Ralph, 21, Bedford Row. 
1798. 169 Musidora going to bathe. — 
Thomson, 
301 Quarry men. 

G, Ralph, 22, Frith St,, Soho 
1803. 257 Lear with the dead body of 
Cordelia. — Act v, scene 3. 
14, Tavistock Row, 

Covent Garden, 
181 1. 84 Portrait of a young lady playing 
on the lyre. 



RAM, Miss Jane A Painter. 

2,Jouberl*s Studios, Chelsea, 
1893. 339 A corner in the bazaar. 
57, Elizabeth Street, 

Eaton Square. 
1895. 60 Delphinium. 
670 Peonies. 

49, Hugh Street. 
1897. 365 Dreams of ambition. 
1900. 660 "Of old unhappy far-off days, 
and battles long ago." 



RAMBERG, John Henry Painter. 

19, Eaton Street, Pimlico, 
1782. 440 St. James's Park. 

522 The embarkment. 

523 Good news. 

544 Review of Soldiers. 

545 Bad news. 

/. H Rhamberg, 

19, Eaton Street, Pimlico. 

1784. 4S The death of Capt. Cook. 
167 The soldier's return. 

211 The blind veteran. 

H, Ramberg, 

1785. 169 Sailor's farewell 



232 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ramberg, John Henry — continued. 

— Romberg^ 85, Newman St, 

1787. 473 Queen Margaret of Anjou 

landing at Weymouth after 
the battle of Tewkesbury. 

3, Frith Street, Soho, 

1788. 594 Whitsuntide holidays. 

640 Two subjects from Fielding's 
Tom Jones. 
{Romberg made two drawings of the 
Royal Academy exhibitions of i^^i and 
1788, both well known from the engravings 
by P, Martini, He also did three drawings 
of the Exhibition of 1784, now in the 
British Museum^ 

RAMI]§, C. W Painter. 

Rutland Lodge, 

New Maiden, Surrey, 
1885. 577 Backwater; Ripley, Surrey. 
847 Mullard's Cottage, Witley. 
1888. 485 Study in Coombe Wood. 

RAMPLING, C Architect. 

8, Goodge Street, 

181 5. 821 Design for a Villa. 

822 Design for an observatory. 

18 16. 803 New Gaol at Cambridge. 

854 A private mausoleum at Mr. 
C. H. Tatham's. 

Queen Street, May fair, 

1 8 18. 955 An Observatory and Naval 

Depot for Norfolk, 
looi Parsonage House, Brandon, 
Suffolk. 

1819. 1015 An inn in Norfolk. 

RAMSAY, Miss Eleanor Painter. 

Oratory Studios, 

16, Fulham Road, 
1898. 1242 Ploughing. 

15, Cromwell Crescent, S, IV, 
1902. 1048 A London sunset. 

RAMSAY, James Painter. 

19, Cleaveland Street, 
52 Portrait of himself. 

42, Kirby Street, 
1804. 196 Mr. H. Lomas. 

2, Duke Street, Adelphi, 
S5 Sportsmen. 

23, Great Pulteney Street, 
307 H. Grattan, Esq. 
196 Lady Dufferin and Clanboye. 
229 Portrait of a gentleman. 
177 The late Lady Dufferin and 
Clanboye. 



1803. 



1805. 

1806. 
1807. 



26, Charles Street, 

Cavendish Square, 

1808. 512 Mr. Hodgkinson. 
574 Mr. Eckhardt. 

1809. 52 Portrait of a lady. 

323 do. gentleman. 

333 T. Lloyd, Esq. 

18 10. 89 Portrait of a gentleman. 
112 J. Townley, Esq. 

184 W. A. Maddocks, Esq., M.P. 
298 Captain C. Campbell, R.N. 
514 Portrait of a lady. 

181 1. 215 G. Lambert, Esq. 
466 Lord Cochrane. 
501 The Earl of Moira. 

1 81 2. 53 The favourite Kitten. 
264 H. Willson, Esq. 

1 8 13. 137 Mr. J. Picard. 

237 H. Brougham, Esq. 
377 Mrs. Arnold. 

18 14. 207 Portrait of a lady and child. 
222 Peter's repentance. "And 

Peter remembered the words 
of Jesus, etc."— 5/. Matt,, 
xxvi, 75. 

243 Peter denying Christ. " Then 
he began to curse and swear, 
etc." — St, Matthew,\jy\f 74. 

482 Portrait of a lady. 

543 Rev. Dr. Poynter. 

561 Col. Bock, of the Russian Im- 
perial Guards. 

1815. 25 Cookson, Esq. 

95 Mrs. Witham. 

154 H. Witham, Esq. 
201 General Sir J. Doyle. 

61, New Bond Street, 

18 1 6. 3 Mr. T. Bewick of Newcastle- 

upon-Tyne, the celebrated 

engraver on wood. 
60 Lieut. -Col. Wilson of the ist 

or Royal Scots. 
74 Portrait of a lady. 
143 Sir J. E. Swinburne, Bart, as 

provincial Grand Master of 

the Masonic Lodges of 

Northumberland. 
222 Miss Burdon. 
287 Portrait of a lady. 
446 Major Gen. Riall, Governor of 

Granada. 

1 81 7. 67 J. Renwick, Esq. 
107 Rev. J. Archer. 
148 W. Ingham, Esq. 
319 Mrs. J. Gray. 

394 Lieut-Gen. Sir J. Doyle, Bart., 

K.G., C.B., and K.C. 
428 Dr. Southey. 

1818. 82 Portrait of a favourite terrier. 
328 H. Brougham, Esq., M.P. 



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233 



tSiS. 


361 Mrs. Harrison. 


1829. 


99 Mrs. Manners. 




454 Portrait of a lady. 




141 Hon. Mrs. Clifford. 




6i>o Maj,-Gen. Seddon. 




171 Lord Clifford. 


I8I9. 


7 Lieut.-Col. Tidy* 




368 The Rt. Rev. Dr. Weld. 




10 View of the ruins of Tyne- 




436 Edward Weld, Esq. 




mouth Abbey Castle and 




29, Percy Street. 




lighthouse* 


1S30, 


106 The Hon. Mr. Clifford. 




1 1 J View of the Harbour of North 




469 Mrs. Castleton. 




and South Shields, 




12, Newman Street, 




4IS Master Surtees. 


iSji* 


331 The Hon. Mrs. Clifford. 




479 Master and Miss Rtddelh 




360 Brunei, Esq. 


IS20. 


187 Miss R Trevellyan, 




948 Sir M. W. Ridley, Bart, M.P. 




3S8 Mrs. T. Cookson. 


iSja* 


66 Mrs. Smith. 




S77 Lieut. -CoL Cookson. 




156 John Boden, Esq. 




NrnKosih-on- lyne. 




509 Portrait of a lady. 


1821. 


319 Sir J. E, Swinburne, Bart. 




1003 Sir Edward Vavasour, Bart. 




61, New Sond Street 




J 018 Design for an altar-piece of the 


1822. 


561 *N. Monk house, Esq. 




Crucifixion. 




741 Christ giving sight to the blind. 




1073 The young artist 


1823. 


178 The lost child. The view in 


J833* 


9a Sir Thomas Dyke Ackland, 




Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 




Bart. 




381 Mr. Bewick, the celebrated en- 




386 David Rowlands, Esq., M.D. 




graver on wood- 




405 T. P. Cooke, Esq. 




en W. Stevens, Esq, 




411 John Propert, Esq. 




20, Ckarks Sfmt, 




513 Viscount Ebrington, M.P. 




Cavendish Square. 


1834- 


178 H. Phillips, Esq. 


IS24. 


4» Captain Griffiths* 




240 Lady Frances Anne Emily 




7fi Vice- Admiral Sir W.Johnstone 




Vane, the eldest daughter of 




Hope, M.R 




the Marquis of Londonderry. 




141 J* CCarpue, Esq. 




275 W. H. Watson, Esq. 




173 James Northcotet Esq,, R.A, 




352 Lieut.-Col. Taylor. 




316 R, E. Duncombe Shafto, Esq. 




389 The Marquess of Londonderry. 




36a A peep at dressing for a inas- 


1S3S, 


1S9 The daughter of T. P. Cooke, 




querade- 




Esq., with her favourite An- 


1S35; 


156 The young archer. 




gola cat. 




%%z The Countess of Athlone* 




555 The Hon. Henry Clifford; third 




344 John Lockley, Esq- 




son of Lord Clifford. 




394 P, M*Intyre, Esq,, in the dress 


1S36* 


84 Mrs. Slater. 




of the Drummond clan. 




470 George G. Mouncey, Esq., 




which he wore during his 




Mayor of Carlisle. 




Majesty's visit to Scotland. 


1S37* 


311 Eari Grey, K.G. Fainted for 


IS26. 


136 Portraits of a groupe of child* 




the Literary and Philo- 




ren. 




sophical Society of Newcastle- 




400 The blind organist. " Please, 




upon-Tyne. 




lady, bestow your charity on 




436 Dr. Lardner. 




my poor blind father/- 1 




448 Dr. Thos. Elliotson. 


1827. 


56 Charles Sylvester, Esq* , 


1838, 


368 George G. Mounsey, Esq., first 




433 The daughter of Thomas Potter 




Mayor of Carlisle under the 




Macqueen, Esq*, M.P, 




Municipal Reform Bill. 




43ti Thomas Potter Mac Queen, 




Painted for the Town HalL 




Esq,, M.P., Lieut-Colonel 




437 William Armstrong, Esq. 




of the Btidfordshire Yeo- 




453 Sir Frederick Grey Cooper, 




manry C»valry. 




Bart. 




$15 Captain Kookc, and Life 


1839. 


254 The entry of the Black Prince 




Guards* 




into London, with the French 


1838. 


3$i Thomas JKmgtfit* Beau- 


\k 


King and his son prisoners. 


i 


montp VM^^^M_^ 


m^ 


The point of time when Ed- 


1 


y%i Sketch oC^^^B^HHyll^ 


Wk. 


ward HI, also the Lord 


1 


Tham^^^^^^^^^^^^l 


fm 


Mayor and different com- 


w 


o£ Navi^^^^^^H 


^B 


panies of the City of London, 


VL 


^^^^^M 




fc. HH 



234 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ramsay, James — continued. 

went to meet them in the 
Borough. 

1840. 180 The Hon. Charles Thomas 

Clifford. 
245 Sir George Musgrave, Bart. 

1 84 1. 168 The convalescent mother. 

315 His Excellency Viscount 
Ebrington Baron Fortescue, 
Lord-Lieutenant of Ireland. 

458 William Ord, Esq., M.P. 

1842. 470 Sir James Grant, Inspector- 

General of Army Hospitals. 

1843. 460 Portrait (from recollection) of 

the late Henry Howard, 
Esq., of Corby Castle, Cum- 
berland. 
1081 Portraits of George Dixon, 
Esq., Mayor of Carlisle, and 
Mrs. Dixon. 

1845. 6 Armorer Donkin, Esq. 

1846. 51 Henry Boden, Esq. 

83, Netvman Street^ and 

Newcastk'Upon- Tyne. 

1847. 117 Portrait of a lady. 
118 do. do. 

1 1, Great Tichfield Street, 

and Newcastlc-upon- lyne, 

1848. 3 A recollection of the late Right 

Rev. Dr. Riddell. 

273 Nicholas Wood, Esq. 

45' John Barley Langhorne, Esq. 

644 George Hawkes, Esq., first 
Mayor of Gateshead under 
the Municipal Act. Presenta- 
tion portrait, 

1849. 390 Peter Constable Maxwell, Esq. 
422 Portrait of himself. 

28, Maddox Street, and 

Newcastle-upon- J^ne, 

1851. 28 Miss M. E. Dunn. 

1852. 427 Henry Hulbert, Esq. 
610 Portrait of a lady. 

1853. 405 do. do. 

1854. i34» W. Armstrong, Esq. 

RAMSAY, Sir James Henry, Bart. 

Architect. 
Alyth, Banff, 
1875. 1040 Design for a new National 
Gallery. 
104 1 do. do. do. 

RAMSDEN, Richard H. 

Miniature Painter. 
3, Park Cottages, 

Ravenscourt Park, 
1883. 1294 Miss Florence Cholmondely 
Tyas; on ivory. 



1884. 1508 Miss Gertrude Williamson; on 
ivory. 
1518 Mrs. Cyrus B. Hallett; on 
ivory. 

RAMSDEN, Thomas Painter. 

Tom Ramsden, 

23, Caledonian Road, 

Leeds, 
1883. 1073 Peonies. 

RAMSEY, George S Painter. 

Rockavon House, 

Buxton, Derbyshire. 

1896. 332 Evening in the Lledr Valley, 

North Wales. 

1897. 682 Evening calm — Lledr Valley. 

1898. 411 Gathering clouds — Lledr Val- 

ley. 

1899. 399 February. 

1903. 22 September — Goyt Valley, Bux- 
ton. 

RAMUS, C. A Painter. 

48, Leicester Square, 

1827. 476 Scene from the Antiquary. 

1828. 556 Entrance to an old church. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1 83 1. 507 Mill near Abermull, North 
Wales. 

1833. 854 Overshot, near Leyrica, Por- 
tugal. 

RAND, J Painter. 

37, Howland Street, 
1840. 37 Mrs. Stevenson, the lady of 
the American Minister. 

RAND, R Medalist. 

At Messrs, Smith and Rand*s, 
117, Salisbury Court, 

Fleet Street, 
1785. 277 Castor and Pollux. 

RANDAL, Charles Painter. 

13, Great Western Road, W, 
1892. 1158 Steps to the river. 
1387 Estelle. 



RANDAL, Prank Painter. 

c\o C, Randal, 

8, Errington Road. 
1887. 1290 A by-path in Aisne. 

593, Harnvm MtMd. 
1893. 1163 A Well, Motitmajour, Aries. J 
1 90 1. 1028 The Grand Canal at St. John 




THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



235 



RANDALL, Miss A. Maud. 

Painter. 
6, Carmalt Terrace^ Putney, 
1904. 1069 Portsmouth Harbour — twi- 
light 



RANDALL, James Architect. 

3, Beck Street^ Golden Square, 
1798. 957 Design for an entrance to 
Merton Grove. 
924 Design for a private chapel. 



1799. 
1800. 



985 

1037 



and 



1073 



1801. 



1802. 



1803. 



1804. 



1805. 



1807. 




do. public bath, 

do. town hall 

public market place. 
A Design for a Public Office 
for the payment of His Ma- 
jesty's Navy. 

842 Design for a casine in Oxford- 
shire. 

854 Design for gothic lodges and 
gateway. 

948 Design for a museum and pub- 
lic library. 

897 Design for a college for the 
study of the sciences, with 
an observatory. 
1028 Design for a triumphal arch, 
intended to commemorate 
the glorious atchievements 
of the military and naval 
heroes of this kingdom. 
25, Norton Street^ 

Portland Place, 

883 Designs intended for publica- 
tion. 

989 Lodge and Gateway for Lord 
Hobart at Roehampton. 

13, Paddington Street, 

825 Designs for villas and casinos. 

868 Design for a National Gallery, 
etc. 

778 A Design for a cenotaph to be 
raised at Malta from relics 
of Egyptian monuments, to 
the memory of Gen. Sir R. 
Abercromby, K.B. 

I, Upper Charlton Street, 

994 Design for a villa for J. S. 
Collenguin, Esq., in Dorset- 
shire. 

1024 Design for a cenotaph to the 
memory of Admiral Lord 
Nelson. 

929 A Villa. 

Design for a conservatory for 

Col. E. Agar, M.P. 
A bath, now erecting for J. 
Colingridge, Esq., at Sun- 
bury. 



18 14. 748 A gallery, as it was intended 
to have been erected in the 
garden of Leicester Square 
by B. West, P.R.A. 

RANDALL, Nathaniel Thomas. 

Architect. 
2, Parade^ VauxhalL 

1837. 1045 Design for Entrance to a Rail- 

road. 

1838. iioi Design, interior of church. 
1840. 995 A cathedral church. 

28, Great Winchester Street^ 

City, 
1854. 1 102 Town Hall Building at Pres- 
ton. 

1856. 1095 Schools at Oswald Kirk, York- 

shire, for R. B. Oakley, Esq. 

1857. 1022 National Discount Bank, Mark 

Lane. 

RANDALL, Richard J Painter. 

21, jRaynham Road^ Hertford, 
1895. 1070 The old mill. 

RANDALL, William Frederick. 

Architect. 
31, Stowe Roady 

Shepherd's Bush. 
1879. 1156 Chimney nook, Wamham 

Court, Shoreham. 
1886. 1666 A ladies' sanctum, etc. 
1888. 1865 Drawing room, etc. 

1866 Ceiling, do. 
1 89 1. 1785 Design for ball room. 
1894. 1670 Banqueting Hall. 

RANDANINI, Carlo Painter. 

42, Via Margutta^ Rome, 
1883. 1457 The beggar. 

RAN DELL, James Painter. 

Club Chambers^ Regent Street, 

1849. 320 A scene on the Conway, North 

Wales. 

25^, Grove End Road, 

1850. 230 Ledder Bridge, North Wales. 

Queenhithe, 

1851. 639 "The Kcenig See," Tyrol. 

1852. 193 The town of Riva, on the Lago 

di Garda. 

1853. 180 Ben Loyal, Sutherland. 

1854. 95 The Rinkan Foss, Norway. 

17, Grove End Road, 

1858. 342 The Val d'Aosta, Piedmont. 

RANDLE. See Heathcote and 
Randle, vol. iv, page 60. 



236 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



RANDS, Miss Sarah E Painter. 

Newland^ ^Northampton, 
1896. 53 E. Liveing, Esq., M.D. 

532 " I cannot sing the old songs." 
Victoria Buildings^ 

Northampton, 

1902. 81 The nursery window. 
600 A question of taste. 

RANGER, Henry W Painter. 

228, W, ^th Street, 

New York, U.S.A. 

1903. 120 An old pasture. 

RANKEN, W. B. E Painter. 

55, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 

1904. 518 Mrs. Ponsonby Blennerhassett. 

RANKIN, A. Scott Painter. 

18, Morningside Gardens, 

Edinburgh. 
1892. 435 The crofter's cow. 

RANKLEY, Alfred Painter. 

22, Nassau Street. 
1841. 1057 Macbeth — court within the 
castle. 
" Macbeth. 1*11 go no more, etc. 
Lady Macbeth. Infirm of pur- 
pose, etc." — Act ii, scene 2. 
14, Nassau Street. 

1843. ^3 W. V. Langridge, Esq., of 

Lewes, Sussex. 

3, Hans Place, 

1844. 310 Othello. " Now how dost thou 

look? O ill-starred wench, 
etc." 

37, Brompton Raw. 

1845. 672 "Then came the day of shame." 

—Crabbe. 

25, Shane Street. 

1846. 581 Major-General Sir Howard 

Elphinstone, Bart., C.B. 
1202 Paul and Virginia. " * What ! ' 
exclaimed Paul, *you have 
found so many reasons then 
for going, and not one for 
remaining here ! Riches have 
great attractions, etc' " 

41, London Street. 

1847. 284 The Village church. "And 

fools who came to scoff, re- 
mained to pray." 

1848. 10 The ruined spendthrift. "The 

ruined spendthrift now no 
longer proud. Claimed kin- 
dred there, and had his 
claims allowed." — Gold- 
smith. 



12, Fitzroy Street. 

1849. 397 Innocence and Guilt. 

" To woman's heart, when fair 
and free, 

Her sins seem great and mani- 
fold. 

When sunk in guilt and misery, 

No crime can then her soul 
behold."— ^^^. 

(Afterwards ccUled Reading the 
Litany^ 

1 850. 144 The Sunday School.—" Where 

holy thoughts in infant hearts 
are bred." 
597 Contentment. "Poor and con- 
tent is rich, and rich enough." 

1 85 1. 7oy The Pharisee and Publican. 

Heaven, we are assured, is 
much more pleased to view 
a repentant sinner, than 
ninety nine persons who 
have supported a course of 
undeviating rectitude. 
Clifton Villa, Campden Hill. 

1852. 298 Eugene Aram. "Oh, heaven, 

to think of their white souls, 
And mine so black and 
grim! etc." — Hood. 

1853. 499 Dr. Watts visiting some of his 

little friends. " For children 
he condescended to lay aside 
the scholar, the philoso- 
pher, and wit." — Dr. John- 
son. 

1854. 562 Home revisited. "As a long 

parted mother with her child 
Plays fondly with her tears, 
etc." — Shakespeare. 

1855. 1 141 Old Schoolfellows. "A friend 

loveth at all times, and a 
brother is born for adver- 
sity." — Proverbs, xvii. 

1856. 591 The Village School. *; Where 

comely peace of mind and 
decent order dwelt." — Shen- 
stone. 
12 17 From the cradle to the grave. 
"We spend our years as a 
tale that is told."— /Va/w xc. 

1857. 146 The lonely hearth. 

227 The dame's absence. "Fore- 
wam'd, if little birds their 
pranks behold, 'Twill whis- 
per in her ear, and all the 
scene unfold." 

1858. 536 The return of the prodigal. 

" Father, I have sinned." 

1859. 271 The farewell sermon. "There 

is a path which no fowl 
knoweth, and which the vul- 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



237 



ture*s eye hath not seen." — 

Job. 
1859. 368 The evening song. "And now 

another day is gone, Fll 

sing my Maker's praise." — 

Watts, 
i860. 294 Early morning. "The morn is 

up again, the dewy mom." 
423 The day is done. " Such songs 

have power to quiet, etc." 

1861. 309 George Stephenson at Darling- 

ton, 1823. "After the day's 
work was over, Mr. Stephen- 
son would drop in at Mr. 
Pease's, to talk over with 
him the progress of the sur- 
vey, and discuss various 
matters connected with the 
railway. Mr. Pease's daugh- 
ters were usually present; 
and on one occasion, finding 
the young ladies learning the 
art of embroidery, he volun- 
teered to instruct them. * I 
know all about it,' said he, 
* and you will wonder how I 
learnt it I will tell you. 
When I was brakesman at 
Killingworth, I learnt the 
art of embroidery while 
working the pitmen's button- 
holes by the engine-fire at 
nights.' " — Smiles. 

1862. 516 The gipsy at the gate. 

671 Milton's first meeting with 
Mary Powell, accompanied 
by her brother. "He offered 
me some wild flowers, and 
askt me theire names, and 
when I tolde them, he sayed I 
knew more than he did, etc." 

504 A sower went forth to sow. 

168 A chat across the way. 

347 The doctor's coming. 

442 After work. 

477 " 'Tis home where the heart is." 

604 Julia Mannering. "Was it 
earthly music, or notes pass- 
ing on the wind, to warn me 
of his death ?"—6re?//. 

560 Follow my leader. 

381 Following the trail. Gipsies 
strew handfuls of grass at 
cross-roads for the purpose 
of informing any of their 
companions who may be 
straggling behind the route 
which they have taken. 

459 The hearth of his home. 
1 87 1. 89 The benediction. 



1863. 
1864. 

1865. 
1866. 



1867. 
1870. 



RANSOM, Frank Sculptor, 

25, Denbigh Place^ Pimlico. 
1 90 1. 1726 Portrait of a boy; bust. 

1903. 1833 Oberon and Titania; group. 

1904. 18 18 The Lady of Shalott; bust. 

RANSOM, George Painter, 

Fairfield^ Famham, 

1899. 807 Wild roses. 

1900. 428 The way to the village. 
734 An old farm pond. 

1904. 445 On a Surrey common. 

RANSOME, James Architect. 

II, Argyll Place. 

1895. 1593 House near Leicester. 

1896. i77> do. at Wimbledon. 

1898. 1695 Houghton Grange, near Hunt- 

ingdon. 

1899. 1641 House in the New Forest 

1900. 1 71 5 do. at Leicester. 

RANWELL, W Painter. 

1832. 864 Landscape. 

8, Bowling Green Road^ 

Woolwich. 
1843. 1075 Dover before sunrise. 

RAPER, Miss Anne Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1838. 4>5 View on the Rhine. 

RAPER, H. {ofH.M.S, Tyne). 

Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1820. 703 View on the east side of Rio 
de Janeiro, South America. 

RAPHAEL, Mrs. Arthur (Mary P.). 

Painter. 
2, Hanover Terrace^ 

Regenfs Park. 

1896. 547 A wood nymph. 

1897. 475 Eve. 

1898. 241 Britomart and Amoret. Prin- 

cess Britomart, disguised as 
a knight, fulfilling a vow to 
her absent lover, rescues the 
Lady Amoret from durance 
vile by slaying the monster 
Busyran. — Spenser. 

1899. 217 A Naiad. 

1 90 1. 511 Queen Guinevere at Almsbury. 

From Tennyson's " Idylls of 
the King:' 

1902. 697 Florizel and Perdita. 



238 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



RAPISARDI, Signer . 



Painter. 

Florence. 



1868. 



93 Hamlet. 
151 Ophelia. 



RAPPARD, Miss Clara Painter. 

3, Cromwell Crescent^ 

South Kensington, 
1880. 23 Saxon peasant Girl. 
C von Rappard^ 

3, Cromwell Crescent^ 

South Kensington, 
1882. 667 Count Oscar Reichenbach. 
C V, Rappard, 

3, Cromwell Crescent^ 

South Kensington. 
1887. 69 A quiet Comer. 



RAPPARD, Miss Josine. 

Miniature Painter. 
28, Gorst Road, 

Wandsworth Common, 

1886. 1390 Clara Schumann. 

1887. 1372 Portrait of a lady. 

1888. 1560 do. do. 

1889. 1647 do. girl. 
1^93- 1332 do. do. 
1894. 1287 do. lady. 

RASTRICK, J. U Architect. 

61, Carey Street, 
181 7. 893 Chepstow Bridge at low water. 
The water at spring tides 
rises 50 feet perpendicular. 
The landscape and figures 
by G. Homer. 

RATHBONE, John Painter. 

78, Welbeck Street, 

Cavendish Square, 

1785. 200 View near Keswick in Cum- 

berland. 
380 View of Kirkstall abbey, near 
Leeds. 
23, Great Warner Street, 

Coldbath Fields, 

1786. 433 View of Borrowdale. 

10 1, Berwick Street, 

and Kilbarnor. 

1787. 447 View of Pendale Hill, Lanca- 

shire. 
448 View of Penny Gaint. 
S, Rathbone, 

loi, Berwick Street, 

and Kilbarnor, 

1788. 413 View in Dovedale, Derbyshire 

— morning. 



1788. 


417 View on Derwentwater in Cum- 




berland. 




430 Distant view of Skiddow in 




Cumberland. 




T, Rathbone, 




2, Middle Row, Holborn, 


1789. 


378 Summer's evening; a view near 




Matlock, Derbyshire. 




379 Misty morning; a view near 




Winder, Meer Lake, Cum- 




berland". 




/. Rathbone, Kilburn, 


1790. 


227 View in Scotland of Minto 




Craigs. 




4, Paradise Road, Kilburn, 


1792. 


102 A landscape — evening. 




174 A view in the Harrow Road, 




with figures by Morland. 




212 A landscape with figures. 




530 A wood scene with cattle. 


1793- 


195 Landscape. 




197 do. 


1794. 


33 Ulse Water, looking into Pat- 




terdale, Cumberland. 




136 Derwentwater and Lodore, 




Cumberland. 




309 View of Skiddow and Derwent- 




water, Cumberland. 


1795- 


112 View in Patterdale. 




297 do. Borrowdale. 




75, Berwick Street, 


1796. 


159 A View near Mellross on the 




banks of the Tweed. 


1797. 


36 View from nature. 




66 Wood scene. 




123 View in Dovedale. 




319 Wood scene with figures. 




543 A land storm. 




42, Dean Street, Soho, 


1798. 


282 A View near Cardigan. 




585 A landscape-— morning. 




652 A distant view of Edinburgh 




castle in a storm of wind 




and rain. 




75, Berwick Street, 


1799. 


312 View in Norwood near the 




gipsey house. 




541 Landscape and figures, with a 




timber drag. 


1800. 


168 landscape — evening. 




564 do. do. 




674 do. morning. 




681 do. do. 




200, Oxford Street, 


1801. 


111 A storm on Windermere Lake. 




112 A land storm. 


1802. 


224 A fall on the Cayne, Wales. 




634 A forest scene. 


1803. 


29 A view on the Wye near Here- 




ford. 



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239 



1803. 88 A View on the River Wye. 

1804. 201 A curious bridge over a river, 

North Wales. 

10, Portman Place. 

1805. 30 Landscape — evening ; view 

near Cheltenham. 
99 Landscape — morning ; view 
near Cheltenham. 

At Mr, CaultofCs, 

1806. 87 Morning — view near Graves- 

end, Kent. 
89 Evening — view near Eltham, 
Kent. 

RATHBONE, Mrs Painter. 

14, Oxford Street 
1802. 239 A landscape view near Bristol. 

RATHJENS, William Painter. 

Claremont Villa^ Withington, 
1879. 43* Chrysanthemums. 
1881. 688 Wild flowers. 

RATTRAY, Well wood Painter. 

248, West George Street, 

Glasgow, 

1883. 728 Autumn on Loch Ard, Perth- 

shire. 

Giebe Place, Chelsea, 

1884. 246 A salmon stream, Perthshire. 

1885. 800 October's gold is dim. 

81, Vincent Street, Glasgow, 

1886. 237 Port Appin, Argyllshire. 
764 Golden October. 

1887. 290 In the heart of the Highlands. 
908 Arran, from the Kyles of Bute, 

N.B. 

8, Fitzroy Street, 

1888. 582 "Where the bumie rins wim- 

plin' down tae the sea." 
971 Afternoon, Carradale, N.B. 
247, West George Street, 

Glasgow, 

1889. 264 Golden September. 

278 The King's Port, Carradale, 

N.B. 
386 A summer eve; Kintyre, N.B. 
872 A summer day; Carradale, 

N.B. 

1890. 140 Summer twilight, Isle of Arran. 

1891. 190 "When winds are soft and 

skies are fair." 
1 131 Stores for the cabin. 

1892. 175 Summer evening. Isle of Arran. 
1894. 401 Evening. 

144, West Regent Street, 

Glasgow, 
1896. 35 Golden days. 

995 Sunny days, Kintyre, N.B. 



31, St, Vincent Place, Glasgow, 

1897. 403 The first touch of winter. 
686 Drift nets. 

7, Berkeley Terrace, Glasgow, 

1898. 335 "Through woodlands tinged 

with gold." 

RAUCH, Christian Daniel. 

Sculptor. 

Rauch, Berlin. 

1833. '*H A monumental bas-relief, exe- 
cuted for Edward J. Cooper, 
Esq., M.P. 

RAUDNITZ, Albert Painter. 

I, Queen's Road Studios, N, W, 
1883. 355 Mrs. A. Parrish and Child. 

RAUH, W Painter. 

31, High Street, Bloomsbury, 
1839. 416 An Italian (Albanese) woman 
and her children. 

RAVEL, Jules Painter. 

74, Rue de Lisbonne, Paris, 
1879. 246 The parting, 

RAVEN, John Samuel Painter. 

4, Chapel Terrace, Bayswater, 

1849. ^^^ ^ study from nature. 

1 143 Salmesbury Church, Lanca- 
shire. 
North Villa, St. Leonard's. 

1850. 476 A Sussex farm. 

185 1. 680 Scene in Eridge Park. 

1852. loi A study from nature. 

310 The old tithe barn, Crowhurst, 

Sussex. 
977 A Sussex farmhouse. 

1853. 218 Summit of Ben Cruachan from 

a mountain side. 
609 Napoleon's great road, forest of 
Fontainebleau (after a 
shower). 

1854. 194 Beeches in Knowle Park. 

1855. 202 Study of an old church, in 

which Latimer has preached. 
845 Ben Nevis. 
1372 A Warwickshire Lane. 
1402 A Sussex Common. 
I 1856. 77 Kenilworth — the close of day. 
I 387 A summer's afternoon in the 

I Woodlands of Kent. 

I Cheyne House, Chelsea, 

' 1858. 940 The Avenue, Cobham. 
1859. 574 Saint-foin in bloom. 

1 143 An autumn afternoon on the 
South Downs. 

31, Devonshire Street, 
i860. 522 Twilight. 



240 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Raven, John Samuel — continued. 

Gethin Cottage^ Betuis-y-Coed, 

1 86 1. 607 The Upper Valley of the Con- 

way. 

1862. 451 The skirts of a mountain farm. 

1864. 139 A glimpse of the Conway. 

Lansdown Hally Torquay. 

1865. 324 Study from nature. 
427 A captured cloud. 

1866. 95 Midsummer moonlight — Dew 

rising. 
499 A voice of joy and gladness. 
The Grange^ Shepperton Green^ 
Chertsey. 

1867. 548 The shadow of Snowdon. 

" His rest shall be glorious." 
The Vicarage, Crake Hall, 

BedalL 
1869. 268 "The south wind bears me in 
its flight 
Where the great clouds are 
floating white 



Over — far over the fir-topped 

height, etc." 
6, James Street, 

Westboume Terrace. 

187 1. 538 Lago Maggiore, from Stressa. 
543 Fresh-fallen snow on the Mat- 

terhorn. 

6, Westboume Park. 

1872. 74 A Sussex lane. 

84 A Hampshire homestead. 
657 The monk's walk. 

1873. 5*8 "The lesser light to rule the 

night." 

1874. 533 "Let the hills be joyful to- 

gether." 

1875. 128 " The heavens declare the glory 

of God." 
23 1 The quarries of Holme Ground, 

Lancashire. 
1075 Storm and flood. 
1877. 546 Barff, and Lord's Seat from the 
slopes of Skiddaw. 

RAVENET, Simon Francis, A.R.A. 

Engraver. 
Opposite Mother Red Cap's, 

Hampstead Road. 
1 77 1. 154 A proof-print of an Academy. 

RAVEN HILL, Miss Margaret P. 

Painter. 
Delaford Ivor, Bucks. 
1895. 1080 La Rue du Grand Ch^ne. 

3, Cleveland Gardens, Ealing. 
1897. 1394 Wiltshire Cottages. 
1900. 1224 The end of the winter: Thusis ! 



RAVEN -HILL, Leonard ... Painter. 

45, Rossetti Mansions, S. W. 
1890. 1364 Preparing for the fancy dress 
ball. 
{See also H, vol. 4, page 103.) 

RAVENSCROFT, Prcdcnck E. 

Architect. 
.S^. Columba, London Road, 

Reading. 
1899. 1847 Houses in London suburbs. 
Lyndhurst, Brunswick Hill, 

Reading. 
1902. 1473 Country houses. 

1485 London Terrace House. 

RAVENSCROFT, William. 

Architect. 
6, Market Place, Reading. 
1892. 1650 Pavilion, Palmer Park, Read- 
ing. 

1897. 1 821 Maidenhatch, Pangboume. 

22, The Forbury, Reading. 

1898. 1778 Club, Streatley, etc, 

RAVENSCROFT, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1824. 534 Study from Nature. 

RAVEN SHAW, Miss Edith L. 

Painter. 

70, Mount Ararat Rocui, 

Richmond. 
1896. 1032 The Sound of lona, N.B. 

R AWDO N , J . Dawson Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1842. 415 S. Donato in Murano. 

RAWLE, John S Painter. 

Government School of Design, 
Nottingham. 
1870. 996 Old times. 

1873. 451 On the Swale, near Richmond, 

Yorkshire. 
788 "Whitby's shattered aisle. 
Once the proud seamark of 
the troubled deep." 

1874. 77 Evening. 
454 Arundel. 

1875. II A home in Surrey. "There is 

a spot on earth, etc." — Mont- 
gomery. 

812 An old manor farm, Abinger, 
Surrey. 

863 Haddon Hall from the mea- 
dows. " Amid the lingering 
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241 



Chaucer Villa^ Nottingham, 1 
1876. 273 The Village of Ross, Berwick- ' 

shire. 

1878. 332 The fisherman's harbour, Bum- 1 

mouth, Berwickshire. | 

933 The Mill at rest. " Change of 

fashion, time and tide, The | 

ancient mill hath still de- i 

fied." I 

35, St, Augustin Road, N, W. , 

1884. 1529 Portsoy, Banffshire. 

1885. 867 The banks o* Nethy. 
1887. 820 Stormy weather. 

RAWLB, Samuel Architect. 

3, Tottenham Street, 
1 80 1. 519 Goodrick Castle on the Wye. 
1806. 881 Warlies, Essex, the seat of Mr. 
Reid. 

RAWLENCB, Frederick A. 

Painter. 
Bulleridge House, 

Wilton, Surrey, 
1896. 1065 Spring, near Florence. 
1904. 1079 Pillars of Castor and Pollux, 
Rome. 

RAWLINGS, J Painter. 

Upper Southwick Strert, 
1855. 58 The Cottage Door. 

RAWLINS, Thomas Architect. 

— Rawlins, Norwich, 

1773. 227 Section of a rotunda. 

228 An elevation, for a person of 
quality. 
Thomas Rawlins, Norwich, 

1774. 209 Three designs for a Forum, for 

the Four Courts of Judica- 
ture, designed to be built in 
Lincoln's Inn Fields, viz.: 

1. The East and West 

Front. 

2. The North and South 

Front. 

3. Section of ditto. 
J 775' **5 A design for a pavillion. 
1776. 228 South front of a design, for a 

person of quality. 

RAWLINS, T. J Architect. 

10, Martha Street, 

Commercial Road, 
1840. 936 A Design for a gothic villa. 

RAWLIN SON, James Painter. 

Derby. 
1798. 73* Portrait of an old woman knit- 
ting. 

VI. 



RAWLINSON, Sir Robert, K,C,B,, 

CE, Civil Engineer. 

R, Rawlinson, 5, Whitehall, 

1853. 1129 Wellington bridge, proposed to 

replace the present bridge at 
Westminster. The Welling- 
ton Bridge would be of 
granite. The approaches 
would be by arcades; and 
over the land-abutments will 
be triumphal arches, sur- 
mounted by British lions, 
etc., etc. 

34, Parliament Street, 

1854. 1229 Design for a cotton factory 

weaving-sheds. 
1859. 1153 Wallasey Water Tower. 

RAWNSLEY. Mrs. Edith ... Painter. 

Wray Vicarage, Ambleside, 

1882. 1083 AbitofHelvellyn, Wytheburn. 

RAWSTORNE, Edward Painter. 

E, Rawstone, 

2, Southend Road, 

Wood Green, 
1872. 704 On the Thames near Isleworth 
— twilight. 
E, Rawstome, 

2, Station Terrace, 

New Southgate, 
1899. 1051 L'Etac, St. Owen's Bay, Jersey 
— twilight. 

RAWSTORNE, John Architect. 

At Mr, James Wyatfs, 

Queen Anne Street East, 

1787. 516 Perspective view of a design 

for a nobleman's villa. 
571 Design for a country prison. 

J, Rawstone, 

1 788. 505 Design for a church. 

J, Rawstrone, 
Birmingham, and 
44, Great Portland Street, 
1 793- 77° The Crescent, near Birming- 
ham. 

J, Rawstone, Doncaster, 

1798. 951 General Infirmary at Sheffield. 

J, Rawstorne, Doncaster, 

1800. 973 Bilham, Belvedere, Yorkshire. 

1022 An harmonic pavillion. 

1023 Additions to Chevet in York- 

shire. 

RAY, Maurice Painter. 

16, Rue de Vienne, Paris, 
1904. 956 St. George. 

I I 



242 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



RAYMOND, Miss Maud ... Sculptor. 

14, Morden Rocut. 
1890. 2067 Rabbits; group, terra-cotta. 

RAYMONT, P. ... Miniature Painter. 
1829. 730 Mrs. Longley. 
{Raymont in index^ Rayntent in catalogue^ 

RAYNE, Maria Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1783. 407 Duddledoor - rock, near Lul- 

worth, on the Dorset coast. 

1784. 463 View of Southampton. 



RAYNER, 

1852. 218 

1853. n 

1854. 165 

5*3 



1855. 56 

II48 
II6I 
1322 

1857. 544 

1858. 995 



i860. 


1^1 




759 


1862. 


945 




953 


1864. 


646 
65, 


1865. 


636 


1867. 


694 


1868. 


722 




7*4 


1869. 


57" 
650 



Miss Louise J. ... Painter. 
1 5, Bemers Street, 
Haddon Hall chapel. 
Looking towards the South 

aisle, Westminster Abbey. 
Old kitchen, Sussex. 
Interior of Etchingham church, 

Kent. 
Z. R, Rayner^ 

15, Bemers Street, 
Trinity chapel, from the South 

aisle, Canterbury Cathedral. 
Chapel of the Holy Trinity, 

Canterbury Cathedral. 
The Archbishops' Tombs, Can- 
terbury Cathedral. 
Belfry in the church of St. 

Nicholas, Harbledown. 
The Brown Gallery, Knole. 
The monuments of Archbishops 

Chicheley, Bourchier, and 

Sumner, in the north aisle 

of the choir, Canterbury 

Cathedral. 

48, Western Road^ Brighton, 
Belfry, church of St. Nicholas, 

near Canterbury. 
Banqueting hall, Haddon. 
37, Montpelier Street ^Brighton, 
The house of John Knox, the 

Reformer, Edinburgh. 
Lincoln Cathedral, from the 

south. 

4, Clifton Terrace^ Brighton, 
Bootham Bar, York. 
Brown's-Eye, Wells. 

24, Soho Square, 
Fair at Chippenham. 

74, Long Acre, 
Ancient close, Canongate, 

Edinburgh. 
James Ts bedroom, Knole. 
The Cartoon Gallery, Knole. 

15, Great Turnstile^ Holbom, 
The Black Gate, Newcastle. 
The market place, Dunster. 



Market place, Conway. 

43, Great Russell Street. 
Holywell Street and Wych 

Street, London. 

Ash Grove^ Chester, 
The butter market, Winchester. 
Interior of St. George's chapel, 

Windsor. 
Market Place, Dinan, Brittany. 
High Street, Eton. 
Fair day — South Petherton, 

Somersetshire. 
All Saints' church, from the 

Pavement, York. 
West Street, Gloucester. 
High Street, Ludlow. 
Castle Street, Salisbury. 
The Stanley Palace, Chester. 
The Shambles, York. 

, Miss Nancy Painter. 

15, Bemers Street, 
An Italian mendicant. 
The eldest sons of the Hon. 
Lieut. -Colonel Liddell. 

Painted by Command of 
H,R,H, the Duchess of 
Gloucester, 
1854. 1047 Children of Charles Padmore, 
Esq. 



1870. 


736 


I87I. 


615 


1872. 


75* 




1 191 


1873- 


813 


1874. 


86j 


1875- 


636 




7" 


1876. 


761 


1877. 


658 


I88I. 


617 


1885. 


i4»8 


1886. 


I3ZI 


RAYNER, 


1848. 


696 


1852. 


9$6 



RAYNER. Mrs. Rosa Painter. 




Hanwell, W, 


1885. 


146 1 Arbutus. 


RAYNER, Miss Rose Painter. 




15, Bemers Street, 


1854. 


1063 Miss Catty. 


1856. 


252 Divided attention. 


1858. 


1067 A sister artist. 


RAYNER, Samuel A Painter. 




S, Raynery 7, Blandfbrd Street, 


1821. 


967 Malmesbury Abbey, Wiltshire. 




J, Rayner^ no address. 


1822. 


850 Fragment of Malmsbury Abbey 




church, west front. 




S, Rayner^ 




II, Blandford Street, 


1824. 


845 Study of Salisbury Cathedral. 


1826 


520 Wells Cathedral, view of the 




Lady Chapel. 




S, A, Rayner^ 




II, Blandford Street, 


1827. 


41 1 Interior of Westminster Abbey. 




507 do. do. do. 


1828. 


227 West front of Rouen Cathedral. 




S, Rayner^ Derby, 


1841. 


1 016 Edward the Confessor's chapel. 




Westminster Abbey. 



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243 



1841. 1033 Rouen Cathedral, view of the 

west front. 

15, Bemers Street 
1848. 1 148 The Lady Chapel, Westminster 

Abbey. 

1857. 869 Wells Cathedral. 

1858. 760 The prior's room, Bradenstake 

Priory. 
775 Amy Robsart's tower, Kenil- 

worth. 
781 The Refectory. 
8 12 The Abbot's blessing. 
1059 Rouen Cathedral, from the 

Flower Market. 
1073 The Beauchamp chapel, War- 
wick. 
48, Western Jioady 

Hove^ Brighton, 

1859. 898 The Refectory. 

1000 Interior, Kingston church. 

24, Soho Square. 
1864. 647 Picture gallery at Narworth 
Castle. 



REA, Cecil W Painter. 

3, Radnor Street^ Chelsea, 
440 Christopher Gill, Esq. 

S3, Beaufort Street y Chelsea, 
607 Fairy tales. 

1894. 566 Hylas. 

1895. 38 Spring. 

1896. 403 An Eastern Idyll. 
763 A Nymph. 

20 Hagar and Ishmael. 
731 In Arcady. 

Lansdowne House^ 

Holland Park. 
701 Summer. 



1890. 
1893. 



1898. 
1900. 



1904. 



READ, Miss Catharine. 

Crayon Painter. 
Miss Ready 27, Welbeck Street 

1773. 229 Three children; in crayons. 

Catharine Ready 

27, Welbeck Street 

1774. 210 A child's head; in crayons. 
1776. 229 Portrait of a lady; in crayons. 

230 do. do. do. 

READ, Charles Carter Painter. 

90, New Streety Birmingham, 

1890. 84 Autumn on the Avon. 

1891. 335 Aspen poplars. 

Fladburyy near Pershore, 
1902. 414 The silent river. 

READ, David Charles Painter. 

Closey Salisbury, 
1823. 404 Boys and sheep. 



READ, Edward Painter. 

I, Camden Studios y 

Camden Street, 

1895. 950 Moonrise. 

965 "Yon orange sunset waning 
slow From fringes of the 
faded eve." 

1896. 257 "'Midst the murmuring of an 

autumn wood." 
1^97* 553 James Freeman, Esq. 

1655 Study of trees, Armadale, Isle 
of Skye. 



READ 


, P Miniature Painter. 




30, Queen*s RoWy Pimlico. 


1817. 


629 Portrait of a lady. 




4, Dorset Square, 


1818. 


591 Portrait of a young lady. 




7, Oxford Street 


1819. 


867 Portrait of a young gentleman. 




888 do. lady. 




950 Miss Crawford. 




980 Mr. J. Isaacs, of the Theatre 




Royal, Covent Garden. 




984 Portrait of a lady. 




New Bond Street 


1830. 


717 Portrait of an artist. 




38, Maddox Street 


1821. 


732 Portrait of a lady. 




83, New Bond Street 


1822. 


578 Master Broderip. 




680 Lord Bury. 




720 Mr. Price. 




61, Greek Street, 


1825. 


728 A portrait. 


1826. 


670 Portrait of a gentleman. 


1827. 


658 A child asleep. 




776 Portrait of an artist. 




812 do. a lady in a fancy 




dress. 


1828. 


752 Portrait of a lady. 




879 Master F. J. Read. 




900 Miss F. T. Read. 




12, Caroline BuildingSy 




Widcombey Bathy and 




61, Greek Street 


1829. 


919 Portrait of a gentleman. 




2y Alfred Placey 




Bedford Square, 


1830. 


866 A portrait. 


1831. 


698 Captain Chipchase, 6ist Regi- 




ment. 




736 Captain P. Gardiner. 




802 Mrs. William Abbott. 




Cheltenham, 


1843. 


966 A portrait 




9, George Streety 




Portman Square, 


1852. 


763 Captain Chipchase. 



244 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



READ, P., Junr.... Miniature Painter. 
2, Alfred Place^ 

Bedford Square. 
1855. 819 George Baxter, Esq., inventor 
and patentee of oil colour 
picture printing. 
823 The painter's eldest son. 
1857. 689 A portrait. 

RBAD» G. A Painter. 

Queen Street^ Nottingham. 
1876. 563 Fruit. 

READ, Herbert Architect. 

88, Brook Green, W. 
1886. 1637 Houses at Barnes Common. 



1809. 4 The novel reader. 

18 1 3. 531 Miss C. A. Read. 
563 Portrait of an artist. 

1814. 355 Cordelia Angelica. 



READ, 


J Painter. 

9, Woodstock Street, 

Weymouth Street. 




1856. 


113 Indolence. 






240 Industry. 


1846. 




20, Beaumont Street. 




1858. 


554 A favourable opportunity. 




1859. 


522 A lover of Art. 


1847. 


READ, 


John Painter. 

Bedford. 


1848. 


1779. 


241 Dead game. 


1849 




242 do. 


1850 



READ, J. C Miniature Painter. 

1847. 970 Portraits of the children of 
Dr. Winston. 
Lorraine House, Hammersmith. 
1849. 9S4 Miss Shea. 

READ, Miss Mary Painter. 

39, Haisey Street, Chelsea. 

1849. 444 The sisters. 

103, Shane Street. 

1850. 103 Sarah, daughter of the late 

Charles Reeve, Esq. 

165 Lady Katherine Parker, daugh- 
ter of the Earl of Morley. 

560 The Earl of Hillsborough. 

READ, Miss, Junr. 

Miniature Painter. 
Silcoe, Bedfordshire. 

1799. 683 Portrait of a lady. 

1800. 800 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

READ, Mrs Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1805. 530 An old woman taking snuff. 

72, Lamb^s Conduit Street. 
1808. 45 Portrait of a lady. 

370 Portrait of a child with butter- 
flowers. 



Painter. 



READ, Samuel, R.W.S. 

At Mr. Fountain's 

London Street, Greenwich. 

1843. 1 179 Vestibule of Painted Hall, 

Greenwich. 
/ Read, 

London Street, Greenwich. 

1844. H92 Ed ward the Confessor's Chapel, 

Westminster Abbey, in the 
time of the Commonwealth, 
when the chapels in the 
Abbey were converted into 
barracks for the Parliament- 
ary soldiers. 
S Read, 

3, Vernon Place, Bloomsbury. 
1241 West Doorway, Rochester 
Cathedral. 

48, Poland Street. 
1229 Interior of the church of St. 

Jacques, Antwerp. 
707 Dorothy's Doorway, Haddon. 
1 173 The chapel at Haddon. 
1018 Roslyn chapel. 
1238 Chapel of the Holy Sacrament 
at St. Jacques' church, Ant- 
werp. 

1851. 252 The Beauchamp chapel, War- 

wick. 

198, Strand. 

1852. 957 The woodland stream. 

15, New Cavendish Street. 

1853. 1028 Walmer Castle, September, 

1852. 

1854. 1 195 Antwerp Cathedral. 

1855. 1 165 March^ aux Fleurs, Rouen. 

1856. 1156 St. Botolph's church, Boston. 

1857. 880 An effect at Haddon. 

40, Somerset Street, 
i860. 785 The grave of Sir Walter Scott, 

Dryburgh Abbey. 
1 86 1. 811 The Vestry door. Barking 
church. 
55, Argyle Road, Kensington. 
1872. 706 Chapel of St. Margaret, in St. 
Jacques, Dieppe. 

READ, William ...Miniature Painter. 

157, Meet Street. 
1778. 245 Portrait of a young lady. 

132, Fleet Street, 
1781. 359 Portrait of a lady. 

13, Oxendon St., Hay market. 
1808. 315 Subjects from Shakespeare's 
Henry the Fourth. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



245 



READ and MAC DONALD. 

Architects. 
139, Oxford Street, 
1892. 1642 School at Monkton Combe. 

1810 Addition to Ivanhoe, Reigate. j 
4a, Cork Street^ Bond Street, ' 
1898. 1806 Rowallan, Haslemere. 

READING, Miss Beatrice. 

Miniature Painter. 
142, Abbey Road. 

1902. 1253 Dorothy. 

1903. 1258 Portrait of a lady. 

READSHAW, Miss Emily S. 

Painter. 
98, Duisburger Strasse^ 

Dusseidoff, 
1883. 521 Wild flowers. 

READY, H.J. Painter. 

4, Albion Place^ Vauxhall, 
1845. 120 Landscape. 
287 do. 

READY, William James Durant. 

Painter. 
(He signed W. F. Durant.) 

72, Southampton Street, 
1867. 631 Evening on the coast. 
645 A windy day. 

REAM, Cadurcis P Painter. 

93, Balham Grove^ Balham, 
1892. 720 Psol of Plums. 

Roundwett^ near Maidstone, 
1898. 473 Spanish grapes. 

725 Bowl of raspberries. 

REASON, Miss Florence ... Painter. 
4, Brunswick Square, 
1883. 1333 The Snow Queen. 

54, Queen Anne Street^ W, 

1890. 1285 The requital. "Up the first 

sunbeam the angel fled, 
Having kissed the woman 
and left her — dead." — 
A. A, Proctor. 
1287 The forbidden book. 

S, St. Augustin's Road, N, W, 

1891. 28 Fairy bells. 

1310 His child. " Rose, a nurse of 
ninety years. Set his child 
upon her knee, etc." 

1892. 90 The return of the roses. 

1893. 271 " Where the bee sucks." 



115, Gower Street, 

1896. 331 Compassion. " A saddler, who 

had buried all the rest of his 
children, of the plague, and 
himself and his wife being 
now shut up, and 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." — 
Pepys^ Diary, 
1 39, Alexander Road, N, IV. 

1 90 1. 1019 Conspirators. 

1903. 797 Temple of Khons, Kamak. 

REASON, Robert G Painter. 

Tregenna Place, 

St, Ives, Cornwall, 

1897. 1619 An arch of the Ponte Vecchio, 

Florence. 
7, Marine Parade, 

Budleigh Salter ton, Devon. 

1902. 1305 An interior — St. Ives. 
1 33 1 A street in Siena. 
1339 A street in Perugia. 

REBECCA, Biagio, ^.J?.^.... Painter. 
1 7 70. 144 A tablet, a chiaro oscuro. 
At Sir John Griffiths, 

SaviUe Row, 
J771. 155 Hagar and Ishmael. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
At Sir John Griffin^ s, 

Neiv Burlington Street, 
1772. 204 A sacrifice to Minerva. 

REBECCA, J. B Architect. 

4, Leicester Square, 
18 1 8. 919 Penshurst, in Kent, the seat of 
J. S. Sidney, Esq., with 
additions, etc. 
1820. 908 do. do. 

996 Buckingham Place, Sussex, for 
N. Bridger, Esq. 
1827. 912 Sea Hotel, Worthing. 

RECKITT, Francis W Painter. 

5, West Hampstcad Studios. 

1899. 49 Rough pasture. 

328 Mellow September. 

1900. 159 A West country Coombe. 

2, The Studios, 

SherriffRoad, 

West Hampstead. 

1 90 1. 209 Ryedale, North Yorkshire. 
370 A west country homestead. 



246 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



REDDIE, Arthur W. L Painter. 

125, Portsdawn Road^ 

Maida Vale, 

1878. 799 Christmas roses. 

1879. 788 A spray of rhododendron. 

5, Pagoda Villas^ Lee^ Kent, 

1884. 10S9 Barmouth Sands. 

1885. 513 The Happy Valley; from Rust- 

hall Common, Tunbridge 
Wells. 

RBDPBRN, Harry Architect. 

Birkbeck Avenue^ Acton, 
1894. 1600 House at Oxted. 

4, Porchester Gardens^ W, 
1897. 1805 Gatehouse and master's lodg- 
ings, Abingdon School. 
1902. 1552 Helnestowe, Abingdon. 

RBDPBRN, James Prank... Sculptor. 
J, Redfem^ 

24a, Cardington Street. 
1859. 1265 Cain and Abel. 

8, Roxburgh Terrace, 
1 86 1. 1134 The Holy Family. 
/. F, Red/em, 

29, Clif stone Street, 

1863. 1069 The good Samaritan; bas-relief. 
1098 Lord Macaulay; sketch for a 

statue. 

1864. 918 A nymph of Diana and Cupid. 

"Cupid lay by his brand 
and fell asleep, A maid of 
Dian's this advantage found, 
etc." — Shakspeare. 

1865. 1046 Sir W. H. Cope, Bart. 

1866. 1042 Hugh, son of Mr. and Lady 

Mildred Beresford Hope ; 
posthumous. 

105, Charlotte Street, 

1867. 1038 George Wingfield Digby, Esq. 

1868. 1019 The Entombment of Our Lord. 

To be executed in marble for 
the Digby Mortuary Chapel^ 
Sherborne, 

1869. 1213 Fortitude. One of a series of 

eight statues designed to re- 
present the four Christian 
and the four cardinal virtues 
for the Prince Consort Me- 
morial^ Hyde Park, 

25, Queen Anne Street, 

1873. 1557 Annunciation; bas-relief. 
1559 Baptism; do. 
1565 Entombment; do. 
1569 Walk to Emmaus; do. 

1874. 1435 Panel in the reredos of St. 

Stephen's Church, Lewis- 
ham. 



1875. 1270 Mrs. Pim; marble. 

1876. 1349 The crucifixion of St. Andrew; 

bas-relief. One of a series 
of subjects to be executed 
in marble for Kirby Church, 
Yorkshire. 
1397 The crucifixion of St. Peter; 
do. 

RBDPBRN, Richard Painter. 

St, Ann^s Chambers^ 

Westminster, 
1874. 731 In Scaudale, Westmoreland. 
7a, St, Ann?s Square^ 

Manchester, 

1876. 685 Pool in the Brathay. 
807 Fir trees — evening. 

1877. 692 Fairfield, from Loughrigg Fell. 
1880. 762 Evening glow. 

1889. 144-8 Departing day. 

RBDGATB, A. W Painter. 

Castle DoningtOH^ near Derby, 

1886. 234 A peasant proprietor. 

555 The Trent, Castle Donington. 
938 The wayside Inn. 

1887. 698 The Trent, King's Mills. 
704 Mowers. 

1888. 578 The Trent at Castle Doning- 

ton. 

1889. 710 Castle Donington. 

1 89 1. 316 Haymakers. 
492 Early gleaners. 

1892. 72 Poppy-land. 
594 Spring time. 

II, Charnwood Grove^ 

Nottingham, 

1893. 631 Intruders. 

1894. 480 Poppy land. 

858 February morning on the Trent. 

1896. 122 Early Spring. 
124 Haymakers. 
248 Field flowers. 
836 Trespassing. 

893 The squire's daughter. 

1897. 526 Intruders. 
642 Early Spring. 
644 Day-dreams. 

1898. 120 Hay-time. 
301 A tea garden. 

1899. 841 Hay-harvest. 

1900. 848 Haddon from the meadows. 
1007 The Trent at Wilford. 

1 90 1. 873 Hay-time. 

RBDGRAVB, Miss Evelyn Leslie. 

Painter, 

18, Byde Park Gate, S&uiA* 

1876. 783 The seat of the Evelyns 

Wotton. 



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247 



1876. 


792 Lingering daylight. 


1877. 


814 A farmyard. 




902 After the day is over. 


1878. 


819 The home farm. 


1879. 


917 The dairy, Cowdray. 


1880. 


702 Anne of Cleves' house, South- 




over, Lewes. 




756 Crossway Farm, Abinger. 


1882. 


977 Tin Ghaut, Whitby. 




27, Hyde Park Gate. 


1884. 


958 Kensington Gardens. "Not 




wholly in the busy world. 




etc." 


1886. 


1312 A bit of old Kensington. 


1887. 


1322 At Ely. 



REDGRAVE, Miss Prances M. 

Painter. 
\Z, Hyde Park Gate. 
1864. 52 The whortleberry gatherer. 
T865. 521 The unlicensed hawker. 
1867. 45^ Surrey Highlands. 

1870. 280 Sunny pastures. 

187 1. 45 A Wotton Glebe. 

1872. 164 The bones of the forest. 

1873. ^9° Lonesome Valley. 

1874. 35 The clearing. 
540 The keepers. 

1875. ^'9 Lengthening shadows. 

1876. 96 Water meadows. 

1877. 53< Dinner time. 

1879. 505 A noonday meditation. 
1882. 599 The bread-winner's return. 

REDGRAVE, Gilbert Richard. 

Architect. 

Sunny side^ Musweil HilL 

1879. 1 103 English half-timbered house at 

the Paris Exhibition of 1878. 

REDGRAVE,;. 



16, Grosvenor Street JVest, 

Pimlico. 
1820. — {Name in the index with no 
number or any exhibit in the 
catalogue!) 

REDGRAVE, Richard, C.J?., R,A, 

Painter. 
1 6, Grosvenor Street fVest^ 

Pimlico. 
1895. S73 River Brent near HanwelL 

194, Shane Street. 
|So The commencement of the 
massacre of the innocents — 
alarm of a Hebrew family. 
" Herod sent forth and slew 
all the children that were in 
iiiehem , and all the coasts 




thereof, from two years old 
and under." — St. Matthew^ 
ii, 16. 
19, Cowley Streety 

Westminster Abbey. 

1833. 392 The banishment of Posthumus. 

Imogen, Posthumus, Cym- 
beline. Queen, Cloten, Lords, 
etc. " Cymbeiine. Thou 
basest thing, avoid, hence 
from my sight, etc." — Cym- 
belinCy act i, sc. 3. 

521 Cottager — Vale of Neath. 

572 do. do. 

616 Cwm Cafn, Vale of Neath. 

1834. 504 The pass of Llanberis; a 

sketch. 
776 The disenchantment of the 
lady in Comus. "Brightest 
lady, look on me, etc." 

1835. 129 By-Ends meets with Money- 

Love, Hold-the-World, and 
Save-all. "And behold, as 
they came up with him, he 
made them a very low con- 
gee." — Pilgrim^ s Progress. 

135 Christian reasoning with Sim- 
ple, Sloth, and Presumption. 
"Simple said, *I see no 
danger'; Sloth said, * Yet a 
little more sleep'; and Pre- 
sumption said, 'Every tub 
must stand on its own 
bottom.' ''—Pilgrim's Pro- 
gress. 

544. Aylesford, on the Medway; a 
sketch. 
9, Charles Street^ 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1836. 452 The witch's son bringing pre- 

sents to Florimel. " Oft from 
the forest wildings he would 
bring, etc." — Faery Queene. 

1837. 4>7 The Patience of Griselda. 

"Goth now (quod she), and 
doth my lordes best, etc." — 
Chaucer. 

25, Albany Street. 

1838. 4*3 Ellen Orford. "I from the 

window saw his blooming 
bride, etc." — Crabbe. 

29, Kensington Square. 

1839. 377 Quentin Matsys, the black 

smith of Antwerp. "Quentin 
Matsys fell in love with the 
daughter of a painter, but 
her father refused to give 
her to any but an artist. 
Quentin set himself to learn 
the art; he painted the well- 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Redgrave, Richard, CB,^ R,A. — con- 
tinued, 

known pictureof the * Misers,' 
and won the maiden." 

1839. 505 Olivia's return to her parents. 

" Being unable to go for my 
poor child myself, as my arm 
grew very painful, I sent my 
son and daughter, who soon 
returned, supporting the 
wretched delinquent, who 
had not the courage to look 
up at her mother, whom no 
entreaties of mine could per- 
suade to a perfect reconcilia- 
tion."— Vicar of Wakefield, 

1840. 10 The reduced gentleman's 

daughter. " I had not waited 
two hours when I was called 
up, and found Mr. Courtly 
and his lady at piquet; they 
frequently turned their eyes 
upon me and seemed to dis- 
cover many subjects of 
merriment, and they threw 
down their cards in hope 
of better sport. The lady 
called me to her, and began 
with an affected gravity to 
enquire what I could do: 
' but first turn about, and let 
us see your fine shape — well, 
what are you fit for, Mrs. 
Mum? ' ''--The Rambler, 
334 The wonderful cure by Para- 
celsus. " When Albertus 
Basa, physician to the King 
of Poland, visited Paracelsus 
in the city of Basle, he 
carried him to see a patient 
whose strength was com- 
pletely exhausted, and which 
Albertus thought it impos- 
sible to restore; but Para- 
celsus administered to the 
patient three drops of his 
laudanum, and invited him 
to dine with him the next 
day. The next day the sick 
man dined with his phy- 
sician. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
Hyde Park Gate, 

Kensington Gore, 

1841. 205 The castle-builder. "Never 

reckon your chickens before 
they are hatched." 
287 Sir Roger de Coverley's court- 
ship. "She began a dis- 
course to me concerning 



love and honour, which I 
verily believe was as learned 
as the best philosopher in 
Europe could possibly make. 
She asked me whether she 
was so happy as to fall in 
with my sentiments on these 
important particulars. Her 
confidant sat by her, and 
upon my being in the last 
confusion and silence, this 
malicious aid of hers, turning 
to her says, ' I am very glad 
to observe Sir Roger pauses 
upon this subject, and 
seems resolved to deliver all 
his sentiments upon the 
matter when he pleases to 
speak. " — Spectator, 

1 84 1. 498 The Vicar of Wakefield finding 

his lost daughter at the inn. 
"Welcome, any way wel- 
come, my dearest lost one, 
my treasure, to your poor old 
father's bosom, etc." 

1842. 71 Ophelia. "There is a willow 

grows ascaunt the brook, 

etc." 
169 Landscape. " A gloomy glade, 

etc." 
244 Cinderella. " That minx, said 

the step-sister, to think of 

trying on the slipper." 
439 Bad news from sea. 

1843. ^97 The fortune-hunter. "Neglects 

a love on pure affection built, 
For vain indifference if but 
double-gilt." 

468 Going to service. 

553 The poor teacher. 

1844. 227 The sempstress. 

" Oh! men with sisters dear. 
Oh! men with mothers and 

wives. 
It is not linen you're wearing 

out. 
But human creatures' lives." 
—T. Hook. 
238 The wedding morning — the 
departure. 

1845. II The governess. "She sees no 

kind domestic visage here." 
258 Miranda. "O, the cry did 
knock against my very heart, 
etc." — Tempest, act i, sc. 2. 

1846. 103 The suppliant. " Please to give 

two single knocks." 
108 The brook. " In close covert, 
by some brook, etc." — II 
Penseroso, 



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249 



1846. 


240 




370 


1347. 


53 

88 




99 




100 


1848. 


515 
173 



187 



189 

348 

1849. 169 

'74 



357 

392 
1850. 233 



493 
534 



1010 
1851. 229 



443 A 



VI. 



Preparing to throw off her 
weeds. 

Sunday morning — the walk 
from church. "Sweet day! 
so cool, so calm, so bright! 
etc." — George Herbert 

Fashion's slaves. 

The guardian angel. "He 
shall defend thee under his 
wings, etc." — Psalm xci, 4. 

The Ferry. 

Happy sheep. 

The deserter's home. 

Country Cousins. Painted for 
Robert Vernon^ Esq,^ to form 
part of the extensive collection 
given by him to the nation. 

Spring. "The trout's dark 
haunt beneath the tangled 
roots of pendant trees." — 
Thomson, 

Autumn morning. 

The skirts of a wood. 

Sun and shadow. 

The stream at rest. "Why 
should the waters love to 
take so far a journey? etc." — 
Thomson, 

The awakened conscience. 
"Look not thou upon the 
wine when it is red, when it 
giveth his colour in the cup, 
etc." — Proverbs^ xxiii, 31. 

The solitary pool. " The half- 
uprooted ash Dripping and 
bright, etc." — Coleridge, 

The Marquis having chosen 
patient Griselda for his wife, 
causes the Court ladies to 
dress her in her father's 
cottage. " And for that no- 
thing of her olde gere, etc." 
— Chaucer, 

The child's prayer. "Out of 
the mouth of babes, etc." 

The woods planted by Evelyn, 
and still the property of his 
descendants. " As the days 
of a tree are the days of my 
people, etc." — Isaiah^ Ixv, 22. 

Devon cottage. 
(Elected R.A.) 

The flight into Egypt. Mary 
meditating on the prophecy 
of Simeon, etc. — St, Luke^ 

", 34, 35- 

poet's study. Wordsworth 
is said to have sat for hours 
in this glen with Coleridge 
and Southey. 



1852. 22 The woodland mirror. 

263 Love and Labour. " Or if the 
earlier season lead To the 
turned haycock in the 
mead." — L Allegro, 

18, Hyde Park Gate, 

1853. 182 The forest portal. "The broad 

arched portal of the Grove, 

etc." 
340 The lost path. 
541 An hour with the poets. " In 

the leafy month of June." 

1854. 212 An old English homestead. 
326 The mid-wood shade. "Where 

scarce a sunbeam wanders 
through the gloom, etc." — 
Tliomson, 
578 Foreshadows of the future. 

1855. 88 The sylvan spring. "Deep 

and still, etc." 
240 The bird keeper. 
347 The source of the stream. 

1856. 68 Little Red Riding Hood. 
182 Handy Janie. 

1857. 62 The well-known footstep. 
189 The cradle of the river. 
238 The moorland child. 

514 The harvest field. 

1858. 202 The growth of love. "And 

bud by bud the climbing 
seed Into a tall tree springs, 
etc." 

1859. 218 The Emigrant's last sight of 

home, etc. 

283 A first lesson on infant treat- 
ment. 
i860. 33 The strayed flock. 

233 Seeking the bridle road. "Led 
with delight they thus be- 
guile the way, etc." 

235 The children in the wood — the 
evening. 

238 The children in the wood — the 
morning. 

1861. 109 Young Lady Bountiful. 

265 Geneveva. Unable longer to 
sustain her infant son, she 
lays him apart, that she may 
not see him die, a wild doe 
suckles him, etc. 

742 A Surrey Coombe. 

755 The golden harvest. 

1862. 187 The way through the woods. 

1863. 220 Strayed lambs. 
311 Sunshine. 

968 Summer woods; etching. 

1864. 70 Jane Shore doing penance. 

"Yet went she so fair and 
lovely, and withal so wo- 
manly, and demurely, that 

KK 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Redgra' 


/c, Richard, C.B,, R^A.—con- \ 


1871. 


122 The avenue at Denbies. 


tinued. 


' 




191 The charcoal burners. 




many pitied her coarse 




645 Homeward. 




usage, and were not a little 


1872. 


147 Returning to the Hall. 




grieved, to see her misery. 




315 Expectation. 




And indeed it may be said 




785 FlorizelandPerdita. "I should 




on her behalf, that being in 




leave grazing were I of your 




extraordinary favour with 




flock, and only live by 




King Edward, yet she never 




gazing." 




used it to the hurt of any. 


1873. 


147 The fading year. 




but to the relief of many, 




165 The lonely well-head. 




etc."— Baker. 




259 The Lady of the Manor. 


1864. 


271 Make up your mind ! 


1874. 


250 "Sermons in stones." 




644 A home in the woods. 




452 Startled foresters. 




836 The spring head; etching. 




1363 Tranquil waters. 


1865. 


29 Starting for the christening. 


1875. 


228 Starting for a holiday. 




310 The "Valleys also stand thick 




270 The wreck of the forest. 




with com" (1864). 




667 The Mill pool. 




653 Rush gathering. 


1876. 


163 Calling the sheep to fold. 




889 The little truant. 




263 To market below the hill. 


1866. 


104 The woodman's dinner. 




675 The oak of the mill head. 




184 The doomed tree. 


.1877. 


254 Deserted. "I still had hope, 




696 Down Hill. 




my long vexations past. Here 




803 Eugene Aram; etching. "A 




to return, and die at home 




mighty wind had swept the 




at last." 




leaves, etc." 




537 Help at hand. 


1867. 


90 A treasury of waters. " From 




686 A well-spring in the forest. 




old well heads of haunted 


1878. 


252 " The heir come of age." 




rills, And the hearts of pur- 




699 Friday Street, Wotton. 




ple hills." 


1879. 


710 Ruins. 




265 " Thine ear shall hear a voice 




720 A leafy cavern. 




behind thee, saying. This is 


1880. 


723 " Wandered away." 




the way, walk ye in it." 


1881. 


657 " Hidden among the hills." 




348 " Under the opening eyelids of 




(Made C.B.) 




the mom." 


1883. 


928 A glade where the pixies 




977 Silver Thames. 




hide. 


1868. 


226 Eugene Aram. "There was 
no time to dig a grave Be- 








fore the day began, etc." 


REDMAYNE, Mrs. NcssyJ. 




—Ifood. 




Painter. 




530 Ancestral woods. 




Goldsmith^ Institute^ 




749 Over the moorland. 




New Cross, 




899 Help at hand; etching. 


1894. 


1446 Miss Keen. 


1869. 


107 From autumn to winter. 




1479 Steps and stairs. 




"Things of the past are 


1895. 


1339 Agnes, daughter of Henry 




spring and summer time. 




Moore, Esq., R.A. 




etc." 


1896. 


1 52 1 Portrait of the artist. 




587 The Tillingbourne Valley. 




1 53 1 Miss Burgess. 




906 The alarm of invasion. 






1870. 


188 Jack o'Lanthorn. "And he 








by friar's lanthom led." 


REDMOND, Thomas. 




322 Highland Park, Leatherhead, 




Miniature Pamter. 




looking over the valley of 




In the Grave, Bath. 




Mickleham to Norbury, Den- 


1775. 


226 Three portraits in miniature. 




bies, and Dorking; Leith 




227 Two portraits, small, in crayons. 




Hill in the distance. 


1776. 


232 Portrait of a gentleman, in 




904 The last glade of the old 




miniature. 




forest. "Melodious plot of 


1779. 


243 Three miniatures. 




beechen green and shadows 


1783. 


9 A family. 




numberless." 




33* Portrait of a lady. 



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25^ 



REDMORE, Henry Painter. 

Regent Street, Hull 
1868. 404 Fishing ground in the North 
Sea. 
658 A calm on the Humber. 

REDRUP, Sidney Painter. 

8, Park Street, Windsor, 

1887. 1506 "Oh, what a surprise!" 

REED, Miss Annie L. 

Miniature Painter. 
46, Colby Road, Gipsy Hill. 

1888. 1547 Sidney Colvin, Esq. 

1567 Wife and daughter of George 
Henschel, Esq. 

REED, Mrs. B. (Hilda). 

Miniature Painter. 
Oakerland House, 

Hexham-on- T^ne, 
1895. 1135 Portrait of a lady. 
1899. 1297 Mrs. Reed. 

1300 Portrait of a lady. 

REED, E Painter. 

Salterns Buildings, 

iVaithamstow, 
1794. 166 A gravel pit. 

Grove Lane, Camberweii, 
1 80 1. 186 A landscape. 

REED, F Architect. 

1828. 1041 Interior of the hall of Christ's 
Hospital, etc. 

REED, P. E Painter. 

72, Bridport Place, Hoxton, 
1830. 1015 Composition — evening. 

REED, Fred. H Architect. 

9, John Street, Adelphi, 
1884. 1278 New choir schools. Savoy. 
(See also Perry and Reed, vol. vi, 
page no.) 

REED, J Painter. 

290, Bedford Place, Bay sweater, 

1849. 330 The wounded brigand. 

20, Bedford Place, 

1850. 362 Giorgione at his studies. 

4, Bedford Place, 

1852. 435 An attempt at Venetian Har- 

mony. 

1853. 604 Hurst Castle, from near Mil- 

ford, Hants. 



20, Bedford Place. 
1854. 1344 The tired model. 

The Priory, Douglas, 

Isle of Man, 
1 86 1. 605 Ffete Champ^tre — autumn; 
mountains of Cadore in the 
distance. 

REED, Joseph Charles Painter. 

6, Wells Street, Oxford Street. 
1874. 751 The Llugwy near its source. 

REED, Miss Lillie Sculptor. 

3, White Rock Gardens, 

Hastings. 
1904. 1821 Night and day; electric light 
switch group, bronze. 

REED, L. E Painter. 

Tiverton, Devon. 
18 19. 90 Trentishoe Bridge, North 

Devon. 
1823. 71 The beach at Clovelly, North 
Devon. 
96 View on the river Teign and the 
town of Newton Abbot from 
Ogwell hill, Devon. 

REED, Miss Mary E. 

Miniature Painter, etc. 
293, Oxford Street. 
1895. 1190 Col. C.Reed, C.B. 

24, Welbeck Street. 

1897. 1435 Mrs. Alfred Lafone. 

1898. 557 The parting of Catherine Mom- 

pesson and her daughter. 
"Never again, ah ! never face 
to face Within those arms 
was she to be enfolded." 

I REED, Robert Architect. 

i Edinburgh. 

I 1818. 951 New buildings for the Uni- 
1 versity of Edinburgh in 

Leith Walk, etc. 
970 do. porticos. 

42, Charlotte Street, and 

Edinburgh. 
1 81 9. 1087 Design for a National Monu- 
mental Church for Scotland 
in the style of the Parthenon 
at Athens, to perpetuate the 
memory of the great Naval 
and Military Achievements 
of the late war and which is 
proposed to be erected at the 
north end of the earthen 
mounds, fronting Princes 
Street, opposite the opening 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



% 



Reed, Robert— continued. 

of Hanover Street, Edin- j 
burgh. 
1820. 935 Design for a national triumphal 
building in commemoration 
of the great naval and mili- 
tary achievements of the late 
war. 

REEKBS, Richard. 

Miniature Painter, 

(Miniature Painter to H.R.H. the 
Princess of Wales.) 
21, Lisson Graviy Faddingion, 
18 10. 560 A frame with miniatures of a 
lady of distinction; the Hon. 
F.West; Mrs. West; a lady ^ 
and Miss West. 

REES, John Painter, 

EsheTy Surrey. 
1856. 298 Spring flowers. 

Sunbufy. 
1868. 379 St. George's Hill, Surrey. 

REES, Miss M. R Painter, 

61, Winchester Street^ Fimiico. 
1865. 449 Flowers. 

REEVE, A. W Painter, 

3, Gough Square^ Fket Street. 
1832. 581 Dover Castle. 
1840. 879 Hay field near Margate. 

REEVE, G Sculptor. 

21, Marsham Street ^ 

IVedminster. 
1830. 1259 Composition in the style of the 
period of Louis the Four- 
teenth. 
2 1, Tufton Street y Westminster. 
1842. 1315 An original ornament for a 
ceiling. 

REEVE, J. Arthur Architect. 

30, Great James Street^ W,C. 
1887. *6*S Church of St. Anne Roath, 
Cardiff. 
1639 Choir School, Rochester Cathe- 
dral. 

20, Victoria Strtei^ 
1 89 1. 1746 Church of St. Mark, Sails bui 

REEVE, J. F Paini 

8, Green Street^ \ 

Leicester Sgi 
1824. 170 View from Bannockburn, 
Uni 



^ 



REEVE, Miss ... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1S56, S29 Portrait of a dog* 

REEVE, R. G , Painter. 

3, Gough Square, Met Street, 

and Dorking. 

1844, 977 Camellias, from the collection 

of Miss Lodige, 

REEVES, Mrs. B. A. (Edith M.). 

Miniature Painter. 
Edith M. Reeves^ 

Northlands^ Mmsworth. 

1896. i2j6 Kathleen, daughter of J. H. 

Crispc, Esq. 

3 1, Canfieid Gardens, N. W. 

1897. 140* An old retainer* 
1J16 Portrait of a lady- 

Mrs. B. A. Reeves^ 

1 10, Cromweli Roady N. W. 
189S. 1357 A King Charles' spaniel. 

REEVES, Miss Eliza ......... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181a. S18 Boy fishing. 

1823. 550 Village Scene. 

1824. 564 Camberwell Church* 

REEVES, E. B. ... ,.. ... ... ... Painter. 

i^^/ohn Streety 

St. George's in'the-East. 
1S46. \%\ Bringing up by hand ; a sketch 
from nature. 

REEVES, George H, Painter. 

28, King Richard Roady 

Chester. 
1882* 940 Willows. 

Albert Viiiay Richmond Roady 
Leicester. 
1 8 84. 1041 Queen Adelaide Oaks, Brad- 
gate Park, 

REG AMY, Guillaume .. ...... Painter. 

Paris y and 2 5, Bedford Street. 
1869. 3J3 Sur le terrain conquis: senti- 
nel 1 e d e Ti rai 1 le urs Alg^riens. 
591 Clarion de Zouaves en tenue 
de campagne (Arm^e 
d*AfriqueO 
601 Chasseur-i-cheval de la Garde 
Imperiale en tenue de route. 
41, Addison Gardens y North. 
Iron de I'arm^e de la 

re. 

dti Tmiry 

St. Germainy Paris. 
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253 



REGEMONTE, Van. SeeV. 

REGENMORTER, J. Van. See V. 

REGNART, C Sculptor. 

12, Cleveland Si., Filtroy Sq. 
1800. — {In the index, but not in the cata- 
logue.) 
1806. 8x1 A rough model of the late 
G. Rush, Esq. 

REHBERG, Fricdrich Painter. 

(Professor of the Royal Academy of Fine 

Arts at Berlin.) 
181 5. 398 Mn&a^ addressing Dido in the 
Elysian Fields. ** But he in 
vain attempts her mind to 
move, etc." — Virgil. 
448 The British Hebe. 
474 Cupid and Psyche. The soul 
elevated by love on its way 
to the regions of bliss. (The 
back ground represents a 
view from Richmond Hill.) 
" While she enraptured lives 
in his dear eyes, etc." 
480 Niobe, Queen of Thebes in 
Greece, proud of her beauty, 
her rank, her lineage derived 
from Jove, and her numerous 
offspring, aspired to the 
divine honours with which 
Latona was worshipped, de- 
spising the goddess, as a 
mother to only two children, 
Apollo and Diana. The 
irritated goddess entreated 
these to revenge the offence 
by putting to death Niobe's 
whole offspring. 
" Six youthful sons, as many 

blooming maids. 
In one sad day, beheld the 

Stygian shades: 
These by Apollo's silver bow 
were slain, etc." — Pope's 
Iliad 
483 A laundress. 

507 Cain. "And Cain said unto 
the Lord, my punishment is 
greater than I can bear, etc. 
Genesis, ix, 11- 13. 

REICHENBACH, Count Waldemar 
Von. See V. 

REID, Archibald D., A,R.S.A. 

Painter. 
131, King Street, Aberdeen. 
1872. 1102 On the sands. 



1873. 623 A farm yard. 

1875. 350 A lone shore. 

1876. 72 On the cliffs, midday. 

8, York buildings, Edinburgh. 
1881. 1381 The Tay from Kinnoul Hill. 

St. Luk^s, Kepplestown, 

Aberdeen. 
1 89 1. 726 A Yorkshire moor. 

REID, Edith M Painter. 

3, Fenchurch buildings. 
1879. 916 A Surrey farm yard. 

REID, Miss Flora M Painter. 

62, Park Road, N.W. 

1 88 1. 216 Winter. 

1882. 67 A Winter landscape. 
749 Winter fare. 

1883. 71 Our Cinderella. 
1885. 824 St. Valentine's Morn. 

1 89 1. 794 A crofter's holding. 

1892. 439 Market place, Bruges. 

1893. 92 Faith, 

1894. 647 Market place, Bruges. 
833 The first communion. 

1895. 179 The last sacrament. 

1896. 822 A merry tale. 

1898. 106 Primrose day. 

831 Making a bargain. 

860 Waiting for the ferry boat. 

1899. 525 A doubtful bargain. 

1900. 804 The miller's frau. 
814 A wonderful tale. 

935 "A man convinced against his 

will, Is of the same opinion 
still." 

1901. 206 The miller and his frau. 
760 French politicians. 

777 Comrades. 

1902. 569 A corner of the rag market, 

Brussels. 
1010 A Dutch fishwife. 

1903. 125 An old fishwife. 
561 Gossips. 

741 Politicians, Royalist and Re- 
publican. 

REID, Sir George, P.P.S.A., LL.D. 

Painter. 
18, King Street, Aberdeen. 
1877. 519 Gorse in bloom. 
604 Broadsea. 

St. Luk^s, Kepplestone, 

Aberdeen. 

1879. 86 Lieut.-Col. H. W. Lumsden. 

936 Norham. 

1015 Alexander Macdonald, Esq. 

1880. 493 The Marchioness of Huntley. 
571 The Provost of Peterhead. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



REILLY, Mrs. Nell P. 

Miniature Painter. 
Moss LanCy Pinner, 
1904. 1282 Portrait of a lady. 

REILLY, S Architect. 

1836. 1048 Design for a public school. 

REILY, Francis ... Miniature Painter. 
68, Forest Road^ Southport, 
1903. 1216 Portrait of my mother. 

REINAGLE, Miss Charlotte. 

Painter. 
8, Great Ormond Street. 

1798. 135 A white monkey from Africa. 

52, Upper Norton Street. 

1799. 831 An entrance to a wood with 

cattle; study from nature. 

18, Hawland Street, 

1800. 284 A view near Terni: going to 

the waterfall of Nami — 
Morning. 

1803. 54 A landscape. 

Miss ReinagUy 
5, Gloucester St,, New Road. 

1807. 92 A Landscape Composition. 

Miss C, ReinagJf. 

1808. 18 A landscape and figures. 

REINAGLE, Miss Fanny ... Painter. 
Miss Reinagie, 

52, Upper Norton Street. 

1799. ^9* yi^rs. Reeves. 
718 Mrs. Touper. 

18, Hoivland Street, 

1800. 766 Four portraits. 

1 80 1. 790 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 

man. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Miss F, Reinagle. 

1804. 217 A woody scene. 

Miss F, Reinagle, 

5, Gloucester Street. 

1806. 262 A landscape and cattle — even- 

ing. 

1807. 481 A View of Drogheda and the 

River Bojme, Ireland. 

1808. 268 Landscape; a composition. 

1809. 96 Landscape and figures. 

Miss Reinagle, 47, Warren St, 

18 10. 214 Scene on the Paddington 

Canal. 

181 1. 35 A landscape composition — 

evening. 
205 A View of Ambleside looking 
towards Rydale. 
1820. 181 A Landscape from nature. 

(/ am in some doubt as to whether the 
exhiHts of\ 799-1801 are by a third daughter 



of Philip Reinagle, or whether Fanny was 
the elder daughter of two. These exhibits 
cannot refer to Charlotte as her initial is 
given on each occasion,) 

REINAGLE, George Philip. 

Painter. 
G. Reinagle, 
54, Upper Charlotte St., 

Fitzroy Square, 
1822. 302 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1824. 109 Ship in a storm : tiring a signal 

of distress. 
114 Calm morning. 

1825. **o A Dutch fleet of the 17th cen- 

tury coming to anchor in a 
breeze. 

1826. 155 View of Black Gang Chine, Isle 

of Wight. 

175 View of the seat of General Sir 
Willoughby Gordon, shewing 
part of the Undercliff, Isle 
of Wight. 

199 Portrait of an officer in His 
Majesty's 14th Foot 

348 A first-rate man-of-war, driving 
on a reef of rocks, and 
foundering in a tempest 

851 A French man-of-war brig re- 
peating signals. 
G. P. Reinagle, 
54, Upper Charlotte St,, 

Fitzroy Square, 

1827. 303 His Majesty's Frigate Blonde, 

discovering the wreck of the 
Frances Mary on her return 
from the Sandwich Islands, 
on the evening of the 7th 
of March, in latitude 44®, 
18' N., longitude 23*' W. 

324 His Majesty's frigate Blonde, 
Captain Lord Byron, on his 
return from the Sandwich 
Islands, escaping some enor- 
mous icebergs, by the timely 
dispersion of a dense fog, in 
latitude 42® 48' south, longi- 
tude 30® 13' west. 

335 A transport laying ofl" the 
Downs drying her sails — 
morning. 

437 A scene on the coast of Folke- 
stone with fishermen prepar- 
ing to put out to sea — morn- 
ing effect. 
1829. 382 H.M.S. Asia, Vice-Admiral Sir 
E. Codrington, under jury 
masts, leaving Valetta Har- 
bour, Malta, for England, on 
the 29th December, 1827, 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



257 



in company with the Albion 
and Rose — morning effect. 

1829. 427 Battle of Navarin, October 20, 

1827, representing the ex- 
plosion of a Turkish 56-gun 
frigate, which happened 
about five minutes after she 
was clear of the Albion, 
alongside which ship she 
had been burning half an 
hour. 
619 His Majesty's ship, Asia, Vice- 
Admiral Sir Edward Cod- 
rington, under jury masts, 
leaving Navarin Harbour, 
on Thursday, 25th of Octo- 
ber, 1827, after the battle of 
the2oth. The Albion is seen 
just clearing the harbour. 
38, Great Marlborough Street, 

1830. 50 The entrance to Milo harbour, 

Greece, by moonlight. 
51 Greek piratical vessel, called a 

Mystico. 
533 H.M.S. Warspite, Captain Par- 
ker, drying her sails in sight 
of the Island of Candia, 
Mediterranean. 
998 Composition. 

1008 The battle of Navarin, fought 
Oc. 20, 1827. 

I, Stanhope Terrace. 

1 83 1. 388 The Russian fleet entering 

Valetta harbour after the 
battle of Navarin, under 
quarantine. The Azof, Rear- 
Admiral Count Heiden,imder 
jury masts. 

1832. 95 H.M.S. Albion, Admiral Om- 

maney, C.B., off the Isle of 
Wight — the effect of an ap- 
proaching gale. 

191 A groupe of fishing vessels off 
the Isle of Wight. 

432 Entrance to Ramsgate harbour, 
with the lighthouse and 
various shipping. 

1833. II View in Ramsgate Harbour, 

taken from the cross pier, 
introducing Jacob's ladder. 

116 An Indiaman embayed in a 
snowstorm. 

220 The citadel of Quebec. 

228 French fishing boats in a gale 
of wind off Dover, with a 
water-spout in the distance. 
1 1, Great Randolph Street^ 

Camden Town. 

1834. 76 View on the river Thames 

above Gravesend. 

VI. 



1834. 79 The Honourable Company's 

ship Reliance^ Captain 
Charles Timins, struck by 
lightning and reduced to a 
perfect wreck. The light- 
ning struck the body of the 
foretopmast, and descended 
into the galleys, which were 
for a moment on fire — 
passed down to the gun and 
orlop decks — filled them 
with a sulphurous flame — 
struck down forty men; four 
of whom were struck dead 
upon the occasion. 

174 The Honourable Company's 
ship, Berwickshire, Captain 
Madan, off Brighton, home- 
ward bound, working up 
channel during a gale. 

216 Admiral Napier's glorious tri- 
umph over the Miguelite 
squadron; the Don Juan 
striking to the Don Pedro, 
July 6, 1833. 

1835. 80 The Honourable Company's 

ship. Reliance^ Captain 
Charles Timins, in a hurri- 
cane; the three top-gallant- 
masts snapped off, and hang- 
ing by the rigging, and the 
larbard-quarter boat, with 
part of the davits, blown 
under the mizen top. 

260 The East India ship Duke of 
Buccleuch, Captain Alex- 
ander Henning, in a hurri- 
cane off the Mauritius, at- 
tempting to wear. 

450 The H.C.S. Orwell, Captain 
James Dalrymple, lying off 
Northfleet, wiUi Gravesend 
church in the distance — 
sunset. 

923 The Hon. Company's ship 
Reliance, Captain Charles 
Timins, homeward bound 
off the North Foreland. 



REINAGLE, Miss O. G Painter. 

5, Park Place, Chelsea. 
1 83 1. 9 View of Part of Leckhampton 
Hill, one of the Cotswold 
range, Gloucestershire. 
52 View from a Roothouse at Bel- 
mont, looking down the 
river Wye towards Hereford, 
which is seen in the distance 



— morning. 



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258 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Reinagle, Miss O. G. — continued. 

1 83 1. 174 View taken from the Cotswold 

Hills, Gloucestershire, look- 
ing towards the Malvern 
Hills. In the middle ground 
are seen Churchdown Hill 
and church, and the Green- 
way, near Cheltenham, the 
residence of William Law- 
rence, Esq. — sunset 
212 View of Belmont House, Here- 
fordshire, upon the banks of 
the river Wye. 

1832. 103 View near Ambleside, Cumber- 

land — twilight. 

104 A lane scene: this lane leads 
out of Shendington, a ro- 
mantic village near Chelten- 
ham, and winds up the 
Cotswold Hills; taken at 
six o'clock a.m. "Then 
morning came, etc." — A 
Vision, 

164 Scene from the Hagley Woods, 
Worcestershire — Loch 
Littletrees. 

175 View in the Isle of Wight, near 
Ryde. 

337 A scene from Lord Lyttelton's 
woods at Hagley, Worces- 
tershire. 

405 Scene from the banks of the 
Wye — ^a morning in May. 

" then, having climbed 

the bank, on turning round, 
the interesting and ancient 
city of Hereford stood before 
me, and the Wye dashed 
beneath me on its course." 

408 Chosea church, sometimes 
called the Down church, 
near Badgeworth, Glouces- 
tershire. 



REINAGLE, Philip, R.A. ... Painter. 
P. ReinagaUy 

at Mr, Haine^Sy 

Berwick Street. 
1773. 230 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 
quarters. 
231 do. do. 

P. Reinagle^ 

at Mr. Haine^Sy 

Berwick Street. 
1TJ4. 211 Portraits of two young gentle- 
men and their sister fishing. 

212 Portrait of a lady; three- 

quarters. 

213 An Old Head. 



Philip Reinagle^ 
at Mr, Bacon^Sy 

56, Castle Street, 
Oxford Market. 
1776. 231 Portrait of a lady; kitcat. 
— Reinagle, 

27, Great Castle Street, 
Cavendish Square. 

1779. 244 A gentleman. 

P. Reinagle. 

1780. 19 Portrait of an officer. 

1782. 319 do. a gentleman. 
41 S do. do. 

1783. 181 Dead game; a study from 

nature. 

1784. 200 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Bishop) 
12, Charlotte Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1786. 48 Farmyard with a variety of 

fowls, from nature. 
189 Humming birds. From Sir 

Aston Lever's collection. 
422 Portraits of macaws and par- 
rots. 
1 2, Charles Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1787. 23 View taken from Brackendale 

Hill, Norfolk. 

85 Scene from nature. 

89 Portrait of a young gentle- 
man. 

382 Representation of Mr. Money's 
situation when he fell into 
the sea with a balloon. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1788. 30 View taken at the west ex- 

tremity of Anglesea, with 

Holyhead mountains. 
181 Portraits of three children. 
205 Portrait of Count Borulawski 

(the dwarf). 
250 A landscape. 
264 The encampment of the West 

Norfolk Militia at Readham 

in 1787. 
412 Llanowst bridge. North Wales. 
1790. 272 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 

Moulton.) 
435 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Groves, architect.) 
469 Portrait of William Ward, the 

celebrated pugilist, and 

Wood, with Johnson and 

Joseph Ward. 

12, Alsop^s Buildings. 
1794. 167 Essex county Hall, with a view 

of part of Chelmsford. 
220 Portrait of the Cawthorp oak, 

near Harrowgate, York- 



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shire, celebrated for its im- 
mense size and age. 

1796. 86 An Iceland hawk upon a bit- 

tern. 

109 An hawk upon a buzzard. 

227 A study of cattle. 

316 A gos hawk upon a wild duck. 

371 Portrait of John Mitcalf, cele- 
brated for making roads, 
who has been blind ever 
since a boy. 

41 1 Portrait of a lady. 
1 2, Charles Street^ 

Cavendish Square. 

1797. 19 View near Shrewsbury. 
178 View from nature. 

291 Waterfall in Goadland, near 
Whitby, Yorkshire. 

345 A Peregrin hawk upon a wood- 
cock. 

593 View of Hammerton Hills, 
Yorkshire. 

601 do. do. 

627 A sensitive plant. 

8, Great Ormond Street 

1798. 219 An entrance into a wood, from 

nature. 
255 A seaport. 
531 Mr. Jenkins. 
562 Tournefort's system for Dr. 

Thornton's Botany. 
634 Portrait of Mrs. Rowcroft and 

children. 
757 Portrait of Mrs. Reeves. 

1799. I View in Wales. 

Ill Cupid inspiring plants with 
love; for Dr. Thornton's Bo- 
tanical work. 

194 The American aloe; for Dr. 
Thornton's Botanical work. 

252 A distant view of the town of 
Subiaco and the Cervera 
Mountains, including the 
convents of Santa Scolasta, 
and San Francesco, from 
the mountain way to Tivoli 
— morning. 

316 View near the lake of Bolzana, 
on the road to Rome — 
evening. 

466 The Begonia, a plate producing 
male and female flowers; 
' for Dr. Thornton's Botanical 
work. 

537 A view of the new passage on 
the Severn, with the Bristol 
Hills. 

18, Howland Street, 

1800. 47 A View in the Bay of Sarza, 

near Genoa — morning. 



124 
164 
440 



441 



1801. 147 
458 



1803. 361 



1800. 115 View of the Grand Convent of 
Scholastica, near Subiaco, 
territory of the Pope, the 
river Agno, which falls at 
Tivoli in the celebrated cas- 
cade in the Appenines. 

View near Richmond — twilight. 

Hampstead Heath. 

The blue passion flower; for 
Dr. Thornton's new illustra- 
tion of the sexual system by 
Linnaeus. 

Night blowing Cerea; for Dr. 
Thornton's new illustration 
of the sexual system by 
Linnaeus. "Refulgent Cerea! 
at the dusky hour, etc." — 
Darwin, 

A landscape. 

A Vulture disputing with an 
hyaena. 

5, Gloucester Street^ New Rd,^ 
Marylebone, 

Portrait of the great tench 
taken by Colonel Thornton, 
in the year 1802, with a view 
of the house and Park of 
Thomville-royal. 

The setter; painted for the 
Sportsman's Cabinet. 

The springer: painted for the 
Sportsman's Cabinet 

Terriers; painted for the Sports- 
man's Cabinet. 

The staghound; painted for the 
Sportsman's Cabinet. 

A landscape and cattle — morn- 
ing. 

Portrait of a pointer standing 
at game. 

Portrait of Major, a celebrated 
greyhound. 

Water spaniel. 

Foxhounds in pursuit. 

Spanish pointer. 

Portrait of an extraordinary 
musical dog. 

View in the mountains of Savoy 
— morning. 

Morning — Vale of Temi and 
village Pasitano, taken on the 
road to the great waterfall of 
Temi. 

{The last tivo exhibits are 
not in the index,) 
300 Landscape with figures and 

cattle feeding. 
507 A View in the mountains of 
Subiaco, fifty miles from 
Rome. 



1804. 


"4 




12S 




137 




166 




»47 


1805. 


81 




143 




»44 




149 




ISO 




»59 


1806. 


208 




255 



26o 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Reinagle, Philip, R,A. — continued. 
1807. 4 Sunset — landscape and figures. 
492 A twilight. 
525 A pottery. 
709 Snowdon. 

1809. 447 Portrait of a springer bred at 

Syston Park by the late W. 
Thorold, Esq. 

47, Warren Street 

18 10. 18 A landscape with figures. 
95 A high-finished landscape. 

105 Land^capewithsportingfigures. 

144 Group of cattle. 

314 Cottage scene from nature. 

181 1. 25 A study of dead game. 

211 A View of Windermere Lake, 
taken from Low-wood Inn. 
(Elected R.A.) 

18 1 2. 24 View of Llangollen, North 

Wales. 

Ill A stag hunt. 

172 A View of Langdale in West- 
morland. 

373 Dead game. 

181 3. 16 A group of Stags. 

17 A landscape with pigs. 

29 do. sheep. 

30 do. asses. 
54 Dr. Hooper. 

1814. 51 A wandering stag. 
87 Monkey tricks. 

1815. 42 A scene from the Isleworth 

meadows, looking towards 
Mr. Gosling's house. 

1816. 234 Gedro, in the province of Beira, 

Portugal, a few leagues from 
Almeida. It is situated in a 
valley watered by the rivers 
Coa and Rio Seco. In the 
background are seen the 
mountains that divide Spain 
and Portugal. 

181 7. 9 A farm yard with cattle — sun- 

set. 
30 An entrance into a wood, taken 
from Thorn ville Royal, York- 
shire. 
1819. 277 Richmond hill near Twicken- 
ham — morning. 

7, Bolton Flace^ Chelsea, 

1823. 127 View near Skipton, Yorkshire. 
134 do. Lonesome, Dorking. 
150 Landscape with figures — morn- 
ing. 

1824. 112 A wood scene with cattle — 

midday effect. 

1826. 83 River scene with cottage and 

barge. 

1827. 47 A landscape with cattle — View 

near Durham. 



REINAGLE, P. A Painter. 

P. ReinagUy Junr.^ 

S, Gloucester Street, 

New Road. 

1804. 234 Portrait of a horse. 

1805. 309 A Windmill in Lower Marsh 

Street, Lambeth. 

P. A. Reinagle. 
1807. 5 A View in Belfast, Ireland. 

15, FumtvaVs Inn. 
181 1. 16 Portrait of Young Woodpecker, 
a celebrated horse bred by 
Lord Egremont, now the 
property of J. Claridge, Esq., 
with scenery of Jerveaux 
Abbey, Yorkshu-e. 
17 Portrait of Robin Hood, a 
celebrated horse, the pro- 
perty of J. Claridge, Esq., 
with scenery at Jerveaux 
Abbey. 
866 A perspective sketch of a de- 
sign for a Lunatic Asylum. 



REINAGLE, Ramsay Richard, R,A. 

Painter. 
R, ReinagUy 

1 2, Charles Strut, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1788. 381 Dead Game. 

R, R. Reinagle, 

1 2, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1789. 47 View from nature. 

R, R. Reinagle, Junr, 

Wanstead Academy. 

1790. 401 Rodney's mountain towards 

the plain, taken eight miles 
from Shrewsbury towards 
Oswestry. 
12, Alsop^s Place, New Road. 

1792. 5 Landscape and cattle. 

R. Reinagle, Junr. 

1793. 282 Portrait of a favourite dog. 

R, R. Reinagle, Junr. 
1 794* 43 Farm yard with cattle, etc. 

128 PortraitofHisMajesty'scharger 

"Adonis." 
174 PortraitofSirRalph Woodford's 
Corsican dog, seizing a wolf. 
R. R. Reinagle, Rome. 
1796. 200 Cattle watering — an evening 
scene. 
286 Cattle. 

406 View of the Rhine opposite 
Cleves, with figures hawk- 
ing. 
442 The Duke of York's chapel on 
Wakefield bridge. 



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1792- 53 



54 
158 

426 



595 



1799. 13 



48 



535 
1800. 70 



«39 



554 A 



675 



74« 



1801. 129 
"55 

i74 
534 

575 

^33 



R. N, ReinagUf funr,^ 

54, Great Marlborough St 

A carriage and horses entering 
a ferry boat on the river 
Leek in Holland; the figures 
and horses are portraits. 

Portrait of Mrs. Gardiner. 

Mr. Gardiner in an Hussar's 
dress. 

View of the town of La Cara 
and Monte Fenestra, near 
the Gulph of Salerno — even- 
ing. 

A View of the town of Vico, in 
the Bay of Naples — morn- 
ing. 

R. R. Reinagky 

52, Upper Norton Street. 

View of the Valley of Temi, 
taken from the road of the 
cascade of Nami, Roman 
States. 

View of Casa Campenelli, and 
Monte Apertura, with frag- 
ments of a celebrated grotto, 
which fell in December, 1795, 
near Vietri, in the gulf of 
Salerno, in the Kingdom of 
Naples. 

A View between Florence and 
Pisa on the River Amo, 
Tuscany — Evening. 

View of the shore of Vietri 
and village Raetri, in the 
gulf of Salerno: with fisher- 
men drawing in one of the 
great anchovy nets — morn- 
ing. 

View of a cavern in the great 
bed of Lava near Sorrento, 
Bay of Naples. 

thunder storm breaking 
away: View in a forest, near 
the town of Lude, in the 
Bishoprick of Padderbom, 
Westphalia. 

View of a grotto, with washer- 
women at a fountain, near 
Sorento, Bay of Naples. 

View of the town of La Cava, 
Naples — morning. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Count de Bouill^, Colonel of 
the British Hulans. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

View in Rigby Park, near 
Manningtree, Essex. 

View of Dedham Vale during 
the floods in 1799. 

Portrait of a lady and child. 



1801 
1802 



671 



1806. 



1809. 
1810. 



1812. 
1813, 



Portrait of a gentleman, late of 
the 25 th Dragoons. 

266 View from nature. 

268 View from an eminence of the 
town of Sorrento, and mount- 
ains of Castel 6 Mare, in the 
bay of Naples. 

279 View of some fishermen's 
houses on the Shore of Sor- 
rento. 

394 Mr. Thomson, animal and bird 
preserver to the Leverian 
and British museums. 

515 View on the river Garilliano, 
on the road to Naples. 

520 Lady Clavering. 

523 View of the west gate of the 
town of Sorrento, and dis- 
tant view of the islands in 
the Bay of Baia. 

678 Portrait of a lady. 
98 View on the mountains near 
Subiaco, fifty miles from 
Rome. 

127 Portrait of a young lady. 

280 A view near the double arched 

bridge at Civita Castellana, 
and part of the town. 

R. R. Reifiagle^Junr. 

1807. 531 View of Civita Castdlana, 35 

miles from Rome on the 
Perugia road. 

R. R, Reinagle. 

1808. 162 Distant view of the town of 

Subiaco, fifty miles east of 
Rome — morning. 
299 Part of the Claudian aqueduct 
near Tivoli — Evening. 
I, Upper Conway Street^ 

Fitzroy Square. 
1 Portrait of the Rt Hon. the 
Lord Mayor. {Sir Charles 
Flower,) 
43 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man. 
68 Portraits of F. Mundy, Esq., 

and two of his children. 
220 Portraits of F. N. C. Mundy, 

Esq., and his grandson. 
19* Sir C. Burrell, M.P. 
42 Portrait of a gentleman. 
180 do. do. 

259 Cattle in a brook — a summer's 



evenmg. 

316 B. Thomhill, Esq. 

332 Burgoyne, gamekeeper to the 
Duke of Devonshire, to- 
gether with his horse and a 
^vourite old pointer. 

357 Dover, south pier, and a brig 



262 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Reinagle, Ramsay Richard, R.A.— 
continued. 

preparing to leave the har- 
bour — afternoon. 

1814. 24 Woodcock shooting in Chats- 

worth park. 
92 Portraits of two of his sons 

perch fishing. 
215 Dover pier, with the South 

Foreland in the distance; 

a squally afternoon. 
485 Portrait of a gentleman. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1815. 1 T. W. Coke, Esq., M.P. 
46 The Rev. S. Crowther. 

191 The Countess of Guildford. 
278 Portrait of a favourite dog. 

185 Cattle — Evening. A distant 

view of Staines church on 
the Thames. 
314 The Earl of Guildford. 

1816. 104 A study of evening colour- 

ing. From the Isleworth 
meadows looking to Rich- 
mond Bridge and hill. 
Painted on the spot. 
122 A midday scene, from the Isle- 
worth meadows, including 
Richmond Bridge and Hill. 
Painted on the spot. 

186 A stormy day late in autumn. 

The scene overlooking the 
entrance to Borrowdale and 
Keswick Lake from Castle 
Crag. 

252 An evening sun of Autumn. 

534 Sketch for a large picture, 
taken near Rydal Park, on 
the river Rothay, Westmore- 
land — morning. 

181 7. 222 Portrait of the late F. N. C. 

Mundy, Esq., intended for 

the Grand Jury room of the 

Justiciary Court in Derby. 
245 R. Williams, Esq., M.P. 
275 Portraits of a lady and her 

children. 
322 Portrait of a mountain Arabian, 

the property of P. Gell, Esq., 

M.P. 
54, Upper Charlotte Street. 
18 19. 9 Portraits of three brothers 

perch fishing. 
402 Portrait of a favourite spaniel. 
404 Portrait of a lady, in the style 

of Rubens' Chapeau de Paille. 
531 View of Isleworth meadows, 

Richmond Bridge and Hill 

— Evening. 
537 View of the Ponte Molle, on 



1820. 


143 
266 




278 
380 


1821. 


494 
ai3 


1822. 


335 
160 



1824. 



107 

246 
289 

3>5 
^11 



537 



1823. 58 



no 

143 
258 

3" 



316 

437 
46 
H3 

172 
219 
267 

387 
391 



1825. 36 



114 



150 



the Tybur, near Rome, with 
Monte Mario, the Villa Mil- 
lini on the summit, and Villa 
Madama on the plain — 
sunset. 

Tintem Abbey — morning. 

The setting sun : composed from 
a scene in Richmond Park. 

Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. lady. 

Tintem Abbey — morning. 

Sketch fi-om nature — midday. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

View of Bridehead, Dorset- 
shire, the seat of R. Williams, 
Esq., M.P. 

Shakespeare's cliff, Dover — 
Evening. 

Thomas Cay, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Mrs. Cay. 

The late Lieut.-General Robert 
Nicholson, of the East India 
Company'sservices,Bombay. 

Sketch for a land storm : Effects 
of a thunderbolt 

(Elected R.A.) 

Captain Nicholson, late of the 
Dragoon Guards. 

Portraits of children. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Italian scenery — Morning. 

Portrait of a cadet in the 
Honourable East India 
Company's service. 

The late General Martin, Royal 
Artillery. 

Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 

Wykeham Martin, Esq., Sheriff 
of the County of Kent. 

Portrait of the Recorder of Lon- 
don. (Netvman Knowlys,) 

Joshua Walker, Esq., M.P., 
with a favourite horse. 

Landscape, evening — Spanish 
scenery. 

Mrs. Wykeham Martin. 

Simon M'Gillivray, Esq., Pro- 
vincial Grand Master for 
Upper Canada. Painted for 
the Provincial Grand Lodge 
of that Province. 

E. R. Pratt, Esq. 

The Rev. Charles Jerram, M.A., 
vicar of Chobham and minis- 
ter of St. John's Chapel, 
London. 

Colonel Hamilton, of the Co- 
lombian Army. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



263 



1825. 160 

319 

1826. 37 



H5 

541 

1827. 97 
"5 



129 A 



133 A 



245 



364 

1828. 23 



138 



213 

221 
299 
368 

1829. 6 

7« 
186 

192 



241 



318 



3*3 

381 

1830. II 

3< 



Spencer Meredith, Esq. 

The late Mrs. Hamilton. 

Landscape and figures, with 
cattle fording a river, com- 
posed from nature — after- 
noon effect. 

Portrait of a gentleman in a 
fancy dress. 

Landscape of Italian scenery — 
Evening. 

Captain Sutherland, 38th Foot. 

A miniature landscape — even- 
ing. 

scene looking to Winder- 
mere from the Hawkshed 
road, with figures, sheep and 
goats — morning, 
cottage scene, near Crum- 
mock Lake, Westmoreland, 
with a boy watering horses — 
morning. 

Mrs. Gaskoin and daughter. 

A landscape and cattle — sun- 
set. 

Mrs. Chapman. 

Charles Mundy, Esq., and his 
daughter, Miss Sophy Mun- 
dy, with favourite horses, and 
a view of Burton Hall, Lei- 
cestershire. 

Portraits of Offre Edmunds, 
Esq., Mrs. Edmunds, Miss 
Edmunds, and Miss Martin : 
with a favourite horse and 
turnspit dog. 

Lady Scarsdale. 

Mrs. James Nixon. 

Lord Scarsdale. 

Mrs. Dotten Souper. 

John Strutt, Esq., and his 
sister. 

Lady Crewe. 

Sir George Crewe, Bart., and 
child. 

Scene in Calke Abbey Park, 
Derbyshire, the seat of Sir 
George Crewe, Bart. 

An African scene, with zebus 
of three kinds, and quaggas : 
the zebras painted from the 
animals. 

Portraits of two favourite dogs 
— ^a turnspit, and a species 
of spaniel. 

George Strutt, Esq. 

Hamlet. 

R. R. Reinagle, Junr. 

A shepherd boy, and two little 
sisters (gleaners), alarmed 
by a violent storm. 



I83I. 


322 

346 

19 




48 




104 




180 




306 


1832. 


398 

6 



1830. 239 Portraits of three children 
amusing themselves with a 
dog on the sea coast. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

Mrs. Lane. 

Portraits of a lady and her 
daughters. 

Portrait of a lady. 

View of the village of Clappers- 
gate, on the river Brathy, 
a mile above Windermere, 
Westmoreland — midday. 

Rev. R. H. Chapman. 

View of Loughrigg Mountain, 
on the river Brathey — even- 
ing. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man, with an infant child. 

Portraits of the children of a 
gentleman, amusing them- 
selves in a garden. 

Madame Dulcken. 

Sir Herbert Compton, Bart., 
Chief Justice of Bombay. 

Portraitof Philip Reinagle,Esq., 
R. A., in the 85th year of his 
age, one of the earliest land- 
scape painters of the last 
century. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Captain Drewry, of the En- 
gineers in the East India 
Company's service. 

A fox seizing a partridge from 
his ambush — evening. 

Mrs. Lane and her son. 

His Excellency S. Van de 
Weyer, K.C.H., the Belgium 
ambassador. 

An evening scene, with cattle, 
and a rustic fisherman talk- 
ing to a girl. 

A family groupe. 

Portrait of a lady with her 
younger children. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

The rival drawings; a family 
group of portraits. 

Young friends — portraits. 

The gipsy — portraits of a lady 
and child. 

Dr. Blackall, M.D., of Exeter. 

Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. lady. 

Mrs. George Robins, with her 
two little boys. 
237 Portrait of a gentleman. 
284 do. do. 

294 Rev. Archdeacon Barnes, 



19 



107 
181 

258 



290 

39» 



404 

1833. 58 

107 



161 



192 
1834. 153 

168 
223 

263 

4«5 

1836. 161 

»05 

218 



264 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Reinagle, Ramsay Richard, R.A.— 


3, Argyle Place, Cheltenham. 


continued. 


1842. 23 Portrait of a lady. 


1836. 


345 Portrait of a lady. 


126 A landscape and cattle — 


1837. 


77 Corner of a rustic farm — even- 


Autumnal evening. 




ing. 


192 Scene on the road leading to 




96 Family portraits. 


Buttermere, with Crummock 




155 Reminiscenses of rural scenery 


T^ke, and the mountain 




— mid-day. 


called Rannerdale Knot — 




219 The late Sir David Ochter- 


morning in autumn. 




lony. 


239 Recollection of a scene in 




331 Cattle and ruins. 


Leicestershire — evening. 


1838. 


13 Thomas Brandram, Esq. 


243 An evening effect on a scene 




48 Alpine scenery, with a baronial 


near Keswick, Westmore- 




castle on the heights, and a 


land. 




torrent below. 


418 Interior of a cow stable. 




144 Portrait of a gentleman. 


419 Portrait of a young lady gather- 




219 do. lady. 


ing a geranium. 




316 A family group, with a portrait 


54* The modern cottager's win- 




of their grounds and house. 


dow. 




409 Portrait of a gentleman. 


1843. 29 Mr. Stacey,withabraceof young 




467 do. lady. 


tiger-striped greyhounds, and 




476 do. do. 


a favourite terrier. 


1839. 


44 do. do. 


42 Recollection of a scene by 




388 do. do. 


sunset, near Piedmont. 




3, Bedford Street, 


92 A waterfall and torrent by 




Bedford Square. 


sunset. 


1840. 


9 Portraits of a lady and two 


Ill A ruin on a moat, with rush 




children. 


gatherers, cattle, etc. — even- 




166 Distant view of the late Duke 


ing. 




of Sutherland's villa on Rich- 


181 Portrait of a young and an old 




mond Hill — Evening to- 


friend at my own door in 




wards the middle of autumn. 


Cheltenham. 




231 Portrait of a gentleman and his 


401 do. do. 




eldest son. 


408 Oliver Byrne, Esq., author of 




327 The letter, or the last family 


the new and Improved 




news — portraits. 


System of Logarithms, etc. 




353 Portrait of an elderly lady with 


549 Portrait of a young lady. 




the Bible. 


1844. 124 Imaginative scenery: cattle 




368 <* Miss Fanny, you sha'nt have 


going to water at a brook — 




my bird's nest" — Portrait 


morning. 




of Master Hugh Bolton and 


226 Portrait of a lady. 




spaniel. 


416 Maltby in Yorkshire. 




421 Portrait of a foxhunter cheer- 


496 Mrs. Blackall. 




ing on a hound on scent. 


513 Imaginative scene with a brick 




496 Mr. G. W. Collins. 


ruin, and cattle on the 


1841. 


194 The single-arched bridge near 


margin of a small river — 




Subiaco, with the convent of 


evening. 




St. Francis, on the river 


1845. 27 The ascension; a sketch. The 




Anio, 45 miles east of Rome, 


Saviour being raised far 




Apennines. 


above the earth, which is 




274 The late Joseph Warter, Esq. 


left below. 




442 Portrait of a gentleman. 


143 A Scene not far from Ton- 




462 do. lady. 


bridge Wells — an autumnal 




561 do. gentleman. 


afternoon, late in the season. 




1158 Portrait of the man whom Dio- 


147 Remembrance of a wild scene 




genes with his lantern in 


in the territory of Waldeck, 




vain looked for nearly 2,000 


Westphalia — setting sun. 




years ago, found at last 


afternoon. 




without a lantern in the 


248 Portrait of a gentleman. 




town of Rye, Sussex. 


260 do. do. 



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265 



1846. 141 Linton Rectory, on the hill, 

Herefordshire — evening. 
265 John Say wall, Esq. 

1847. 374 Portrait of a gentleman. 

560 The late Mr. Drummond, of 
Croydon. 

1848. 41 Shipping, etc., in a breeze, and 

rainy weather, off Hurst 
Castle, Isle of Wight. 
90 A cattle piece — a scene at the 
skirts of a wood, by the late 
Philip Reinagle, and com- 
pleted by R. R. Reinagle. 

278 Acton Tindal, Esq., clerk of 
the Peace of Buckingham- 
shire. 

393 Mrs. Acton Tindal. 

415 Charles Rawcroft, Esq., author 
of the "Tales of the Colo- 
nies," "The Bushranger," 
etc. 

433 The Campagna of Rome inun- 
dated in autumn, the storm 
clearing off at sunset; scene 
looking to the Albano 
mountains. 

626 Portrait of the son of the Rev. 
Mr. Goodall as the young 
sportsman, shewing a young 
pheasant. 
(Not R.A. in the list of members, he 
resigned in 1848.) 
27, Moore Street^ 

Cadogan Terrace^ Chelsea, 

1849. 464 A torrent and cataract in a 

mountainous country — 

morning. 
1 1 50 A ford on a torrent, with cattle 

and a fisherman about to 

cross — evening. 
8, Robert Street, 

Kin^s Road, Chelsea. 
185 1. 226 Landscape; Cattle and Figures 

on the side of a stream — 

evening. 
649 A ravine and torrent — evening. 
761 Scene on the upper road in 

Bushey, Herts, leading to 

Rickmansworth, with figures 

and cattle. 

21, Robert Terrace, Chelsea, 
1853. 281 Approach to a farm in spring; 

scene near Bushey. 
558 A pastoral scene with cows — 

morning. 
1857. 147 The west road to Rydal from 

Ambleside — sunset. 
166 The Boulder stone and view of 

Borrowdale,from the Grange 

stream, Westmoreland. 

VI. 



I REINHART, Benjamin Franklin. 

Painter. 
B. F, Reinhardt, 

27, Newman Street, 
1863. 152 The mysterious hand. 

REINHART, H Painter. 

Austrian Embassy, 

Belgrave Square. 
1 88 1. 731 Feeding silkworms. 

REITZ, S. C. Bosch-. See B, vol. i, 
page 244. 

REJLANDER, Oscar Gustave. 

Painter. 
O, G. Rylander. 
1848. IOI2 "Oyes! O yes! Oyes!" 

0, G, Rejlander, 

1 29, Maiden Road, N, W. 
1867. 46 Oscar. 

744 Mr. John Brougham, Come- 
dian. 

1, Albert Mansions, 

Victoria Street. 
1873. '*'9 H'S first cup. 

RiMANDAS, Madame Lily. 

Miniature Painter. 
92, Queen's Road, Bayswater. 

1889. 1513 On the shelf. 

1890. 144s Portrait of a lady. 

28, KellettRoad, Brixton. 

1 89 1. 1480 Portrait of a lady. 
1498 Two sisters. 

1892. 1390 My little daughter. 

1893. 1281 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1895. 1244 Mrs. John Bennett-Stanford. 

REMD^, F Painter. 

(Painter to the Grand^Duke of Saxe- 
Weimar.) 

60, Charlotte Street, 
1854. 320 Child with dogs. 

REMINGTON, Frederic ... Sculptor. 
301, Webster Avenue, 
New Rochelle, 

Westchester, New York, 
1897. 2010 The wounded Bunkie; group. 

RENARD, Edward Painter. 

32, Albert Road, 

Saltcure, Yorkshire. 
1886. 1185 The ramparts — Scarborough 

Castle. 
1888. 1407 A grey day on the Wharfe. 
School of Art. 

Shipley, Yorkshire. 

1896. 1210 A bed of Down. 

MM 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



RBNALDI, Francesco Painter. 

At Mr. NegrPs, 

Queen Street^ 

Berkeley Square, 

1777. 282 Portrait of a gentleman; in 

crayons. 

R Renaldy^ 2, Portugal Street^ 

LincoMs Inn Fields, 

1784. 44 Portrait of a nun. 

33 S do. gentleman. 

F, Renaldi, 

1785. loi Mater dolorosa. 

104 Portrait of a gentleman. (J/r. 

D, Mainbray,) 
1S9 Portrait of a young lady. 
254 do. gentleman. 

Calcutta. 
1 791. 399 Portrait of a Mogul lady. 

7, Covent Garden, 

1797. 360 Portrait of an Industany lady. 
457 do. artist. 

733 do. a Mogul lady. 
69, Margaret Street^ 

Cavendish Square. 

1798. 304 Portraits of his own family and 

Mr. Jones. 

RENAULT, Lex De, See D, vol, ii, 
page 309. 

KENDALL, Miss Bessie Painter. 

The Orchard, 

Dulwich Common, 
1896. 447 E. D. Kendall, Esq. 

The Hill Top, Godalming, 
1904. 63 Honor, daughter of E. D. Ken- 
dall, Esq. 

KENDALL, Arthur D Painter. 

18, Notting Hill Grove, 
1889. 210 A Koman park — late after- 
noon. 
414 Kelic of Imperial Kome. 

1891. 1295 Mrs. F K . 

82, Philbeach Gardens. 

1892. 213 The cavalier's last masquerade. 

II, Douro Place. 
1894. 812 " Now comes still evening on." 
1904. 806 "When in the west fast fades 
the lingering light." 

RENNELL, W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1805. 590 A nun at the altar. 

1806. 471 W. Foster, Esq. 

KENNELL, Mrs Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1805. 615 Lady Macbeth, 



KENNET, C Painter. 

50, Warren Street. 

1805. 302 Mr. Smith. 

C. Renrut, 50, Warren Street. 

1806. 3sa The late Mr. Morris. 



KEN N IE, George Sculptor. 

6, George Street, 

Portman Square. 
1828. 1 1 35 Gleaner. 

121 1 Grecian archer. 

6, Stafford Ron; Pimlico. 

1 83 1. 1 1 96 Groupe in marble of Cupid 

and Hymen. 
1202 Bust of John Kennie, Esq., 

F.K.S., etc 
1206 Bust of Chevalier Thorwald- 

sen. 
1 210 Bust of Sir Edward Banks. 

I, Chesham Place. 

1832. 1136 Bust in marble of William 

JollifTe, Esq. 
1 144 The conchologists ; a group in 

marble. 
1 1 52 Bust in marble of a gentleman. 

1833. 1 1 27 The Archer. 

1 185 Marble bust of D. Wilkie, Esq., 
K.A. 

1834. 1048 The minstrel. "Dainties he 

heeded not, nor gaude, nor 
toy, save one short pipe of 
rudest minstrelsy." — Beattie. 
1 108 Infantine devotion. "Suffer 
little children to come unto 
me." 
1837. 1 188 Group of four figures in mar- 
ble. " Delightful task to rear 
the tender thought," etc. 



KENNIE, G. B Architect. 

21, Whitehall Place. 
1859. 1 151 Design for a building in place 
of the present National Gal- 
lery. 



KENOUX, M Painter. 

Diorama, Regent* s Park. 
1 84 1. 418 Meditation. 

454 The astrologer of the i6th 
century. 



KEN SHAW, Ellen. 

Miniature Painter. 
I, Slack^s Cottage, Clapton, 
1840. 643 Portrait of a lady. 
1842. 939 do. do. 



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267 



RENTON, 

1799- *39 

7" 



1801. 309 



1802. 


829 


1803. 


17 


I8I0. 


465 


I8I2. 


22 




59 


I8I3. 


199 




375 



I8I4. 281 



1815. 


47 




«3 


I8I6. 


284 




858 


1817. 


82 




287 



I818. 


342 




478 




554 


I819. 


124 




446 


I82I. 


390 




469 


1824. 


400 


1827. 


i>3 



John Painter. 

Hoxton, 

Portrait of a boy. 
do. an artist. 

J. Renion^ Junr.^ 

Hoxion Fields. 

Jamsetha invoking the moon 
to be propitious to her in- 
cantations. "Tell, sacred 
moon, what first did raise 
my flame and whence my 
pjain, and whence my pas- 
sion came." 

y. Reniotiy 383, Oxford Street, 

Portrait of J. Paxton. 

74, Newman Street, 

A cottage girl reading a ballad. 
Hoxton Field. 

View of Skiddaw, with Bassen- 

thwaite water inthe distance. 

19, Pavement, Moorfields, 

Garvald Tower, Haddington- 
shire. 

Nooke-end-bridge, near Amble- 
side, Westmoreland. 

Landscape — evening. 

View near Taplow, Bucking- 
hamshire. 

A village scene, with children 
returning from school. 

T, Renton, 

19, Pavement, Moorfields, 

Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. do. 

/. Renton. 

Portrait of an old lady. 

The Rev. J. Creighton. 

Mrs. Shafe. 

View of the Asbestos Moun- 
tains, a scene in the interior 
of South Africa; from 
sketches by the Rev. J. 
Campbell, in which is intro- 
duced that gentleman's man- 
ner of travelling, accom- 
panied by a Corunna tribe, 
changing the place of their 
kraal. 

Mr. Kemp. 

Rev. T. James. 

C. Loddiges, Esq. 

Rev. M. Wilks. 

Rev. G. Waterhouse. 

West Street, Finsbury Place, 

Mrs. G. Loddiges. 

Mr. Wood. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

King Charles the First setting 
up his standard at Notting- 
ham in 1642; a sketch. 



1827. 323 W. J. Hall, Esq. 
1829. 287 Portrait of a gentleman. 

447 S. Luck Kent, Esq., Hon. 
Sec. of the London Institu- 
tion. 

1832. 444 A portrait. 

586 Rev. William Clayton, Chap- 
lain to the Mill Hill Gram- 
mar School. 
1042 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1833. 90 Portrait of the author of the 

"Pleasures of Remem- 
brance." 

1839. 435 A Westmoreland beck. 

RENTON, J Gem Engraver. 

43, Museum Street, 

Bloomsbury, 
1^34. 999 Hebe; impression from an in- 
taglio. 
1^35- 99^ The exile; an impression from 
an intaglio. 
5, Tliorney Street, Bloomsbury, 

1840. io74^Impression from an intaglio. 
108 ifv do. do. 

5, Frith Street, Soho, 

1 84 1. 114a Achilles; an impression from 

an intaglio. 

RENWICK, G- R Sculptor. 

I, Hugh Street^ Pimlico, 
1859. 13 1 3 Miss Grey, daughter of Major- 
General the Hon. Charles 
Grey; marble. 

REPTON, G. Stanley Painter. 

1 80 1. 900 View in the village of Weild, 

Essex, 
loos The abbey gate of Bury St 
Edmund's. 

Dover Street, 

1802. 1034 Chichester Cathedral. 

REPTON, Humphrey Architect. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1787. 499 The pump-room at Bath. 

614 View from the Oak at Bed- 
fords, the seat of J. Heaton, 
Esq., at Havering, Essex. 

1788. 551 View from the chamber win- 

dow at an inn at Llanroot. 

1790. 482 AVisit to Sir Thomas Friendly; 

a story from Variety. 

1 79 1. 492 View from Langdon Hills, 

Essex. 

1792. 521 Sketch of Welbeck Lake, Not- 

tinghamshire. 
532 View from Matlock Bath, 
Derbyshire. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Repton, Humphrey — continued. 

'793' 577 A View from a quarry at Port 

Elliot. 
1795. 321 The Vale of Llandrillo. 

1799. 1 105 Improvements proposed at 

Bath. 

1800. 315 Situation and character of a 

mansion designed for a 

nobleman in park scenery, 
715 The ruins of Bayham Abbey, 

Sussex. 
718 Situation, etc., of a mansion 

designed for a nobleman in 

forest scenery, 

1801. 323 The General effect of the de- 

signs proposed by H. and 
J. A. Repton for the im- 
provement of Magdalen Col- 
lege, Oxford- 

1802. 997 A sketch of the entrance to 

Blaize Castle, near Bristol, 
built for J. S. Harford, Esq. 



REPTON, John Adey Architect. 

23, Dover Street, Piccadilly. 

1798. 997 Section of a round church in 

Cambridge, 
998 Elevation of a round church in 
Cambridge. 
3, Upper Jatnes Street, 

Golden Square, 

1799. 1056 West elevation of the Cathe- 

dral at Norwich with the 
section of the nave. 
1082 Elevation of the Cross at 
Chichester. 

47, Albemarle Street, 

1800. 945 Design for a nobleman s man- 

sion in Park scenery, and a 
design for a nobleman's 
mansion in forest scenery. 

1013 Design for Pans-Hanger, a seat 
of Earl Cowper, in Hertford- 
shire. 

1018 Section through the transept 
of Norwich Cathedral. 
Ifaws Street^ near Romfard, 

1801. 885 The inside of a Gothic Hall 

for a nobleman in Kent. 

937 The Imperial Gate, being part 
of the design proposed by 
H. and J. A. Repton for the 
improvement of Magdalen 
College, Oxford. 

942 The president's lodgings, being 
part of the design proposed 
by H. and J. A. Repton for 
the improvement of Mag- 
dalen College, Oxford. 



1802. 999 Villa near Bristol for W. Payne, 

Esq. 
Hare Street, near Romford. 

1803. 1003 Old English mansion in a 

wood, etc. 
1004 Mansion in Grecian style, etc. 

1804. 88 1 Great Tew Park, Oxfordslure, 

the seat of G. Stratton, Esq. 

RESCH, E. L Sculptor. 

83, Gawer Street. 

1863. 1096 Margaret tempted. "If those 
earrings only were but mine ! 
etc."— /a«x/. 

RESCHE, S. Le. See L, vol. v, 
page 37- 

REST ALL, W Architect. 

1828. 986 Design for a nobleman's man- 
sion. 

REUSS, Miss Lilly- 
Miniature Painter. 
Carlton Studios, 

St. Ann Street, Manchester, 
1890. 1514 Arthur Poole, Esq., as "Ser- 
jeant Buzfuz." 

REUTTE, A Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1807. 780 Interior of rooms in the Count- 
ess of Staremberg's house. 

REVELEY, Willey Architect. 

At Sir W, Chambers', 

or 42, Lamb's Conduit St, 

1781. 438 Perspective View of a Mauso- 

leum. 
440 Elevation of a Mausoleum. 

1782. 463 Design for an exchange. 

1 783. 364 Elevation of a palace. 

1784. 401 Design for a temple to the 

memory of the late Mr. 
Handel. 

At Rome. 

1785. 442 Design for a musical theatre. 

42, Queen Anne Street, 

1 789. 520 Ruins of the Temple of Jupiter 

Olympus, at Athens, with the 

Acropolis, taken on the spot 

in 1785. 

532 Design for a metropolitan 

church. 
547 Design for Lodges at Parham 
in Sussex, the seat of Sir 
Cecil Bishop, Bart. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



269 



75, Great Tichfield Street 

1792. 651 New church of All Saints, 

Southampton. 

1793. 714 do. do. 
774 Lodges at Stourhead, Wilts. 

REVILLE, H, Whittakcr ... Painter. 

21, Newman Street, 

1897. 294 The end of a long day. 

1 7, Albany Road^ West Ealing, 
1903. 274 Homewards. | 

REW, Charles Henry Architect, 

3, Victoria St,^ Westminster, 

1878. 1082 Courtyard of house at Abbe- 

ville, at one time occupied 
by Francis I. 

1879. 1 121 The Market Hall, Mechlin. 

Poefs Corner^ Westminster, \ 

1880. 1 104 The Collegiate church of St. 

Michael at St. Quentin. 
16, Craven Street^ Strand, ^ 
1884. 1274 Old Houses — Beauvais. 
i^See also Driver and Rew, vol. ii, 
page 370.) 

REW, E Painter, 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1865. 606 A Catalan gentleman. 

REYNARD, F Painter- 

Rue de la Paix^ Paris, 
1869. 212 Distribution de la Soupe, en- 
virons de Naples. ; 

REYNERS, Joseph F Sculptor, 

25, Delancey Street, N, W, \ 

1890. 2017 Miss Mary Anderson; medal- ; 

lion, bronze. \ 

REYNOLDS, Miss A. G, ... Sculptor. ' 

1854. \M% medallion portrait of a lady. 

REYNOLDS, Miss Caroline J. 

Miniature Painter. 
Langham Alton, Hants, 

1898. 1271 Mrs. Forster Reynolds. 

REYNOLDS, E.... Miniature Painter, 
I, Beaufort Buildings, 
1822 817 Portrait of a lady. 

REYNOLDS, Edwin F. ... Architect. 
35, Trinity Road, 

Birchfieldy Birmingham, 

1898. 1668 Design for a country church 

on a hill. 

1899. 1 63 1 Design for a country house. 



REYNOLDS, Miss Elizabeth (after- 
wards Mrs. William Walker^. 

Miniature Painter. 
Bayswater, 

1 8 18. 440 Portrait of a lady. 

441 do. do. 

442 do. gentleman. 

18 19. 720 Portrait of a young lady. 
72 > do. do. 

791 Mr. Harley. 

1820. 707 Miss Carew. 
722 Mrs. Hughes. 

m Portraits of three children of 

J. Teesdale, Esq. 
859 Miss Townsend. 

182 1. 700 Miss J. Townshend. 
716 Mr. Reynolds. 

733 Lord J. Townshend. 

807 Portrait of the daughter of 

Captain Clifford, R.N. 
842 Mr. Barnard. 

1822. 612 Portrait of a lady. 
615 Miss F. Reynolds. 

668 Portrait of the son of the Rev. 

J. Clarke. 
773 Miss Boyle. 
779 Mr. Kean, of the Theatre 

Royal, Dnuy Lane. 
793 Portrait of a lady. 

1823. 712 Portrait of Theodosia, daugh- 

ter to the Hon. and Rev. 
P. Meade. 
719 Edward, son to the Hon. and 

Rev. P. Meade. 
743 Portrait of a gentleman. 
896 Portrait of a lady. 
64, Margaret Street, 

Cavendish Square, 

1824. 608 Miss Geffreys. 
753 Mrs. Batten. 

755 Portrait of a gentleman. 
770 do. do 

1825. 631 Portrait of a lady. 
747 do. do. 

1826. 610 Captain Justice. 

620 The Hon. Mrs. Charles James 

Fox. 
649 Mrs. Cooper. 
813 Miss Sturt 

1827. 759 Portraits of the daughters of 

Admiral Sir J. P. Beresford. 
850 Portrait of the daughter of Sir 
H. Russell. 

1828. 693 {In the index, but by Miss 

Newell in the catalogue,) 

1829. 689 Portraits of the children of W. 

Heygate, Esq. 
906 Portrait of a gentleman. 
921 Mrs. Gaussen. 

1830. 771 Portrait of a lady. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Reynolds, Miss Elizabeth — continued, 

1 83 1. 665 Portrait of a lady. 

1832. 733 do. do. 

1833. 927 do. do. 

1834. 768 Miss Ligel and Miss Walker. 

1835. 623 Portrait of a child. 
{See Mrs. William Walker.) 

REYNOLDS, Miss Fanny. 

Miniature Painter. 
64, Margaret Street, 

1828. 753 Portrait of a little girl. 
936 do. lady. 

1829. 944 do. do. 

1830 904 Portrait of Julia, the infant 
daughter of — Sheppard, 
Esq., High Sheriff of Suf- 
folk. 

REYNOLDS, Frederick George. 

Painter. 

Albion Lodgey Hollaway, 

1864. 616 Stacking hay. 

1865. 683 Evening. 

1866. 686 Barden Tower, Bolton. 
732 The Pasture. 

1867. 693 A country lane. 

1868. 708 In the woods. 

1869. 515 Winter Scene. 
592 Under the trees. 
602 Landscape. 

607 View of Maidenhead. 

1870. 559 A Kentish Lane. 

568 Knowle Park — evening. 
590 Windsor Castle — winter. 
625 A country road — winter. 

1871. 726 In the depths of a forest. 

761 In the Surrey Highlands. 
786 A Highland stronghold. 
796 A Surrey Landscape. 

1872. 683 A quiet nook. 

684 Kensington Gardens. 
891 Falls of the Clyde. 

1873. 749 A Highland Pine forest. 

762 An Avenue, Kensington Gar- 

dens. 
1875. 723 A mountain stream. 
806 A Welsh pastoral. 

1877. 764 A rocky pool. 

1878. 695 View in Sussex. 
834 Moel Siabod. 

1880. 836 Among the Fells, Cumberland. 
929 The Thames at Gravesend. 
45, Compton Roady Canonbury. 

1884. 1 193 Solitude. 

1885. 1256 A lane scene — winter. 

REYNOLDS, G. S Painter. , 

15, New Manor Place^ Chelsea, , 
1835. 275 Janni Botzi, a Suliotte chief. 



4, Caroline Place^ Chelsea. 
1837. 308 Fruit. 

75, Charlotte Street. 

1847. 626 The gentle nurse. 
1256 St. Helier, Jersey. 

97, Stanhope Street. 

1848. 382 Jersey Pastorale. 

REYNOLDS, Sir Joshua, P.R.A. 

Painter. 
Leicester Fields. 

1769. 89 A portrait of a lady and her 

son, whole lengths, in the 
character of Diana, disarm- 
ing love. (Duchess of Man- 
chester.) {Bad attitude y 
print of it, — Walpole.) 

90 A portrait of a lady in the 

character of Juno, receiving 
thecestusfrom Venus. {Lady 
Blake^ formerly Miss Bun- 
bury.) {Very ^o//.— Wal- 
pole.) 

91 Portraits of two ladies, half 

lengths. Et in arcadio ego — 
{Mrs, Bouverie and Mrs. 
Crewe.) {Moralizing at the 
tomb of Lady Coventry. — 
Walpole.) 

92 Hope nursing Love. {Miss 

Morris,) {Pretty^ her head 
taken from Correggid s Leda. 
— Walpole.) 

1770. 145 Portraits of two gentlemen. 

{Lord Sydney and Col. Ac- 
land as archers.) {Lord 
Sydney^ etc. Trees very fine. 
— Walpole.) 

146 Portrait of a lady and child. 

{Mrs. Bouverie^ {Good. — 
Walpole.) 

1 47 Portrait of a child. {Miss Price, ) 

{Daughter of Mr, Chase 
/V7V-i?.— Walpole.) 

(// is a little girl with her 
hands before her^ amidst 
sheepy and under fine trees. 
Never was more nature and 
character than in this incom- 
parable picture^ which ex- 
presses at once simplicity y pro- 
priety y and fear of her cloaths 
being dirtiedy with all the 
wise gravity of a poor little 
Innocent, — Walpole.) 

148 A lady, half length. {Lady 

Cornwallis,) {Indifferent, — 
Walpole.) 

149 The children in the wood. 

{Charming idea, — Walpole.) 



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1770. 150 A portrait of a gentleman. 
{Mr. Co/man,— Walpole.) 

151 A portrait of a gentleman. 

{Dr. Go/dsmtU.—Wa\po\e.) 

152 A portrait of a gentleman. 

{I>r. Johnson. — Walpole.) 

{Of Nos. 151 and 152, 
Waipoh remarks^ ^^ busts in 
profile^' and 0/ j$o to 152, 
" There are prints of them:') 
1 7 7 1 . 156 Venus chiding Cupid for learn- 
ing to cast accompts. 
{Charming^ but drawing 
faulty. — Walpole. ) 

157 A nymph and Bacchus. {Ino 

and the infant Bacchus.) 
{Better coloured than usual. 
— Walpole.) 

158 A girl reading. {Miss Theophila 

Palmer^ aged 14.) {Charm- 
ingyhis niece reading Clarissa. 
— Walpole.) 

159 An old man, half length. 

( Very Jine^ an old Beggar 
man, ThiswasanoldBeggary 
who had so fine a head that 
Sir Joshua chose him for the 
father in his picture from 
Dante^ and painted him 
several times^ as did others 
in imitation of Reynolds. 
There were even busts and 
cameos of him. — Walpole.) 

160 Portrait of a gentleman, three- 

quarters. {Mr. Dyer.) 

161 Portraitof alady, three quarters. 

{Mrs. Abington.) {Actress 
easy and very like. — Wal- 
pole.) 
1772. 205 A portrait of a young lady in 
the character of Hebe. {Miss 
Meyer.) 

{It is the daughter of Mr. 
Meyer the Enamcller^ the 
idea is taken from a print of 
Fortune^ I think by Goltius^ 
but far more airy and grace- 
ful.— V^zH^oXq.) 

206 A lady, whole length. {Mrs. 

Crewe.) 

{Mrs. Crewe^ daughter of 
Fulk Greville^ in the char- 
cuter of St. Genevieve; there 
is great harmony and sim- 
plicity in this picture^ which 
is one of his best. — ^Walpole.) 

207 A portrait of a gentleman, half 

length. {Dr. Robertson^ the 
historian^ very like. — Wal- 
pole.) 



1772. 



2c8 A portrait of a gentleman 
three quarters. {Mr.Hickey.) 
{An attorney. — Walpole.) 

209 A lady in the character of St. 

Agnes. (Mrs. Quarrington) 
{More like a St. John.—V^dX- 
pole.) 

210 A captain of banditti. ( White^ 

the pavior,) 

{In the manner ofSalvator 
Rosa^ head good^ arms ill- 
drawn. Taken from a beggar. 
Therewere in this Exhibition 
at least six pictures by differ- 
ent painters from Reynolds' 
first beggingman. — Walpole.) 
1773. 232 His Royal Highness the Duke 
of Cumberland. {Very good. 
—Walpole.) 

233 Her Royal Highness the 

Duchess of Cumberland. 

234 A lady, whole length. {Duchess 

of Buccleuch. — Walpole. ) 

235 Ditto and child. {Lady Mel- 

bourne.) 

236 Ditto, half length. {Mrs. 

Damer.) 

237 A young lady, whole length. 

{Sir Joseph Child's daughter.) 

238 A gentleman and lady. (Mr. 

and Mrs. Garrick.) 

239 A gentleman, half length. {Mr. 

Banks.) 

240 A gentleman, threequarters. 

(Probably John Julius Anger- 
stein.) 

241 Anymph with a young Bacchus. 

{Mrs. Hartley^ actress. — 
Walpole.) 

242 A strawberry girl. (Charming. 

—Walpole.) 

243 Count Hugolino and his child- 

ren in the dungeon, as de- 
scribed by Dante in the 
thirty-third canto of the In- 
ferno. 
"lo non piangeva, si dentro 

impetrai: 
Piangevan Elli, ed Anselmuccio 

mio 
Disse: Tu guardi si. Padre! 

Che hai? 
Perb non lagrimai, ne rispos' io 
Tutto quel giomo, ni la notte 
appresso." (Most admir- 
able. — Walpole.) 
382 A lady, whole length. {Mrs. 
/^ar^^r.— Walpole.) 

( This picture was evidently 
hung at the last moment in 



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Reynolds, Sir Joshua, PJi.A. — con- 
tinned, 

the place of another^ for in 
Mr, Spielman*s catalogue the 
painter is printed ^^ Lio- 
tard:') 

1774. 214 Her Royal Highness the 

Dutchess of Gloucester, 
whole length. {Good^ but the 
figure looks short, — Walpole. ) 

215 The Princess Sophia, daughter 

to their Royal Highnesses 
the Duke and Dutchess of 
Gloucester; whole length. 
((7^w^.— Walpole.) 

{Against both the above 
pictures Walpole adds^ ^^for 
the Duke:') 

216 Three ladies adorning a Term 

of Hymen; whole length. 
{Lady Townshend and sis- 
ters,) {Lady Tawnshend^ her 
head fine ; the thoughts old 
and flowers too neglected, — 
Walpole.) 
ai7 Portrait of a lady in the char- 
acter of Miranda, in the 
Tempest; whole length. 
{Mrs, Tollemache,) 

218 Ditto of a lady, whole length. 

{Mrs. Pelham) 

219 Ditto of a nobleman in the 

robes of the order of the 
Bath; whole length. {Lord 
Bellamont,) 

220 Ditto of a lady with three 

children. {Lady Cockbum,) 
22ot Ditto of a Bishop, half length. 
{Dr, Thomas Nexvton^ Bishop 
of Bristol,) 

221 The Triumph of Truth, with 

the Portrait of a gentleman. 
{Dr, Beattie,) 

222 Portrait of a young gentleman, 

threequarters. {Son of Lord 
Edgcumbe,) {Excellent, — 
Walpole.) 

223 Portrait of a gentleman, three- 

quarters. {Baretti, — Wal- 
pole.) 

224 Ditto, threequarters. {Probably 

Edmund Burked) 

225 An Infant Jupiter. {The ex- 

pression aidmirtdfley goat bad, 
—Walpole.) 

1775. 228 A lady, whole length. {Char- 

lotte Walpole, Countess of 
Dysart. — Walpole. ) 
229 A lady, whole length. {Prob- 
ably Miss Jane Fleming, after- 



wards Countess of Harring- 
ton,) 

1775. 230 A lady, whole length. {Miss 

Mary Homeck, afterwards 
Mrs, Givynn,) 

231 A nobleman, whole length. 
{Lord Ferrers,) (Son of 
Lord Townshend. — Wal- 
pole.) 

132 A lady in the character of St. 
Csecilia. {Mrs. Sheridan,) 
{Most simple and beautiful. 
— Walpole.) 

233 A portrait; half length. {Dr, 

Robinson.) {Primate of Ire- 
land, most cuimirable. — Wal- 
pole.) 

234 A nobleman; half length. 

{Duke of Leinster.— Wal- 
pole.) 

235 The portraits of a young noble- 

man and his sister. {Lord 
Henry and Lady Charlotte 
Spencer as ''The Fortune 
Tellers:') {Children of the 
Duke of Marlborough— ex- 
pression good, manner of 
Rubens. — Walpole.) 
235tPortrait of a lady. {Duchess of 
Gordon,) 

236 A gentleman; threequarters. 

{Caleb Whitefoord,very good, 
—Walpole.) 

237 A gentleman; threequarters. 

238 A beggar boy and his sister. 

{Boy with cabbage nets,) 
{Strongly coloured, one of 
his very best works, — Wal- 
pole.) 

1 776. 233 Portraitof a lady; whole length. 

{Duchess of Devonshire, — 
Walpole.) 

234 Portraitofa lady; whole length. 

{Mrs, Lloyd,) {Mrs, Lqyd. 
—Walpole.) 

235 Portrait of a nobleman; whole 

length. {Lord Althorpe,) 
{Style of Vandyke. — Wa\- 
pole.) 

236 Omiah; whole length. {Vefy 

good. — Walpole. ) 

237 A nobleman ; half length. 

{Lord Temple,) {The finest 
portrait he ever painted. — 
Walpole.) 

238 A lady; half length. {Mrs, 

Montagu!) {Mrs. Robinson 
Montague. — Walpole. ) 
238tAlady; half length. {Probably 
Lady jyrconneL) 



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273 



1776. 239 Portrait of a boy in the char- 

acter of Henry the Eighth. 
{Master Crewe^ excellent, — 
Walpole.) 

240 Portrait of a nobleman ; three- 

quarters. {Duke of Devon- 
shire. — Walpole.) 

241 Portraitof a gentleman; three- 

quarters. {David Garrick, 
—Walpole.) 

242 Portrait of a child in the char- 

acter of Bacchus. {Master 
Herbert.) ( G^^^wT.— Walpole.) 

243 St. John. (G^^^.— Walpole.) 

244 Samuel. {Good. — ^Walpole.) 

{In the earlier editions of 
the ^ Royal Academy cata- 
logues^ it is printed Daniel: 
it is so both in Walpole* s and 
the Royal Academy copies^ 

1777. 283 Portraitofa lady; whole length. 

{Lculy Frances Marsham.) 

284 Portraitofa lady; whole length. 

{The Countess of Derby.) 

285 Portraitofa lady ; whole length. 

{Lady Bampfylde.) 

286 Portrait of a nobleman with 

his brothers and a young 
lady. {The Bedford FamilyT) 
{Duke of Bedford as St. 
George killing the dragon^ 
and his brothers^ and Miss 
Caroline Vernon as Sabrina, 
There are fine parts in this 
picture^ but all the limbs flat 
and not rounds and her 
figure too long. This picture 
is at Mr. Rigby^s at Rutley 
in Essex. A print from it. — 
Walpole.) 

287 Portrait of a young nobleman. 

{Probably Lord Binning.) 

288 Portrait of a young lady. {Lady 

Caroline Montagu) {Duke 
of BuccleucKs little girl in 
the snow; charming^ natural. 
—Walpole.) 

289 Portrait of a lady and child. 

{Lady Elizabeth Herbert and 
son.) 

290 Portrait of a lady; half length. 

{Probably Mrs. Rumbold) 

291 Portrait of a clergyman; three 

quarters. {Probably Rev. 
Joseph Warton.) 

292 Portraitof a gentleman. {Prob' 

ably Mr. Gawler.) 

293 A cupid asleep. 

294 A fortune-teller. {Bought by the 

Duke of Dorset — the girl too 
VI. 



burlesque^ her lover too seri- 
ous. — Walpole.) 

1777. 295 A boy reading. {Bought by the 

Duke of Dorset. Veryfine^in 
the style of Titian.— ^l^V 
pole.) 

1778. 246 Portraits of a nobleman and his 

family. 

{The Duke of Marl- 
borough and his family. The 
colouring flat and bcui^ and 
killed by a red velvet curtain. 
The Duk^s head much too old 
and distorted. Lord Bland- 
ford a most graceful figure^ 
and the little child and the 
dogs expressive. — Walpole.) 

247 Portrait of the Archbishop of 

York. {Dr. Markham.) 

248 Portraitofa lady; whole length. 

{Miss Sarah Campbell and 
dog.) 
248tPortraitof a gentleman; whole 
length. {Mr. Campbell with 
a dog^ admirable. — Walpole.) 

1779. 24s The Nativity. {Very great. 

The Virgin Mrs. Sheridan. 

Joseph the old beggar man. — 

Walpole.) 
246 Faith. 
»47 Hope. 
248 Charity. 

(Walpole speaks of all three 

as very middling.) 
149 A lady; whole length. {Lcuiy 

Louisa Manners. — Walpole.) 

250 A lady ; whole length. {Lady 

Jane Halliday.) 

251 A lady; whole length. {Lcuiy 

Cw5^.— Walpole.) 
1S2 A young lady; whole length. 
{Lcufy Caroline Howard^ 

253 A lady vrith a child; three- 

quarters. {Mrs. Payne Gall- 
way with child on her back.) 

254 A gentleman. {Andrew Stuart. 

—Walpole.) 

255 A gentleman. {Probably Ed- 

mund Malone}) 

1780. 12 Portrait of a lady. {Lady Beau- 

mont.) (W?//.— Walpole.) 
18 Portrait of a gentleman. {Gib- 

bon.) {Good and like.— V^9\- 

pole.) 
32 Portraitof a gentleman. {Choi- 

mondeley.) 
102 Portrait of a lady. {Lady 

J^^rj^.— Walpole.) 
138 The character of Spencer's 

Una. {Miss Mary Beau- 

NN 



274 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Reynolds, Sir Joshua, P.R, A,— con- 


1782. 54 Portrait of a lady. {Lady Ayles- 


tinued. 


ford. Great simplicity. — 


clerk, eldest daughter of Top- 


Walpole.) 


ham Beauclerk and Lady 


^^ Children. {The Infant Aca- 


Diana Beauclerk, Very sweet. 


demy.) 


— Walpole.) 


73 An anpel. 


1780. 157 Justice. 


125 Portrait of a bishop. {Dr. 


167 His Royal Highness Prince 


Thomas, Bishop of Roches- 


William Frederick, son to 


ter.) 


the Duke of Gloucester. 


139 Portrait of an officer. {Col. 


( Well, but too washy.— W^V 


Tarleton.) 


pole.) 


149 Portrait of an officer. {Colonel 


1 78 1. 10 Thais. {Miss Emily Pott,) 


Windham.) 


{Drawn from a woman of 


157 Portrait of a lady. {Lady Ai- 


the town; too masculine, — 


thofp.) 


Walpole.) 


158 Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 


1 6 Portrait of a gentleman. {Dr, 


Thurlow.) 


Burney. Excellent. — - Wal- 


159 Portrait of a Grecian lady. 


pole.) 


{Mrs, Baldwin,) 


a I Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 


186 Portrait of a lady. {Lady 


Thoroton.) 


Talbot,) 


140 Portraits of a nobleman's child- 


198 Girl. 


ren. {The Duke of Rut- 


204 Portrait of a lady. {Lady 


land's,) 


George Cavendish, Com- 


147 Portrait of a young gentleman. 


menced as Lady Betty Comp- 


{Master Bunbury,) 


ton,) {Lady George Caven- 


160 The death of Dido. 


dish; whole length. — 


182 Portrait of a gentleman. {Lord 


Walpole.) 
218 Portrait of a lady. {Lady 


Richard Cavendish,) 


{One of Sir Joshua's very 


Augusta Campbell,) 


best and most highly coloured 


1783. II Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Gos- 


portraits; he did another of 


ling.) 


them with variations, and 


23 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 


I think still Jiner.—Wa\' 


Albany Wallis.) 


pole.) 


41 Portrait of a young lady. {By 


187 Portraits of three ladies. {The 


moonlight; good. Miss 


Ladies Waldegrave,) 


Ealconer,— Walpole,) 


{Daughters of the Duchess 


115 Portrait of a young nobleman. 


of Gloucester, a most beauti- 


{Lord Albemarle.) 


ful composition; the pictures 


122 Children. {Mr, J. J. Anger- 


very like, and the attitudes 


stein's!) 


natural and easy. — Wal- 


148 Children. {Mr. BrummePs,) 


pole.) 


160 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 


225 Portrait of a lady. {Duchess 


Egerton; good, — Walpole.) 


of Rutland,) 


193 Portrait of a nobleman. {Eari 


241 Portrait of a lady. {Countess 


of Harrington. Good effect. 


of Salisbury.) ((9^^?.— Wal- 


—Walpole.) 


pole.) 


206 Portrait of a lady. {Giovanna 


389 Temperance. 


Baccelli.) 


395 A child asleep. (G?^^.— Wal- 


230 Portrait of a gentleman. ( W, 


pole.) 


5/niAa«.— Walpole.) 


402 Fortitude. 


1784. 14 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs, 
Abington as Roxalana^ 


421 Boy laughing. 


4*7 Portraits of a lady and child. 


16 Portrait of a gentleman. {Dr, 


{Probably Lady Craven and 


Chauncy,) 


child.) 


30 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 


1782. 10 Portrait of a gentleman. ( W. 


Pott,) 


Beckford.) 


31 Portrait of an archbishop. 


22 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 


{Dr, Bourke, Archbishop of 


Robinson, — Walpole.) 


Tuam,) ^^^, 




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^75 



1784. 58 Portraits of a lady and child. 
i^Lady Dashwood,) 
70 His Royal Highness the Prince 
of Wales. {This picture for 
Lord Melbourne at Brocket 
Hall,—yfi\^\t.) 

108 Portrait of a gentleman. 
{Charles James Fox,) 

III Portrait of a lady and child. 
{Mrs. Honywpod, — Wal- 
pole.) 

{Probably Walpole is wrong 
in calling her Mrs, She 
seems to have been Lady 
Honywood^ and her picture 
hangs as a pendant to that 
of her husband {No, 138). 
See the '' Printseller'' for 
February, i^oj^page 55.) 

113 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
{Master Braddyll.) 

138 Portrait of a gentleman. {Sir 

J, ffonywood.) 

139 Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 

Lewisham. Lights too broke, 
—Walpole.) 

177 A nymph and cupid. {Miss 
Wilson, Bad and gross, — 
Walpole.) 

183 Portrait of a lady. {Miss 
Kemble, Good and very 
simple, — Walpole.) 

190 Portrait of Mrs. Siddons; 
whole length. {Head very 
fine; left arm too large, — 
Walpole.) 

218 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr, 
Warton,) 

3 2ot Portrait of a young lady. 
{Lady Catherine Manners, — 
Walpole.) 

{This little picture must 
have been sent at the last 
moment and hung with the 
miniatures. It appears in 
Ramber^s drawing. See 
" Printseller,'' February, 
1904.) 

342 A Bacchante. {Emma, Lady 
Hamilton,) {In WalpoUs 
catalogue it is printed ^^Boy 
reading,'^ He has erased the 
word " reading,'' and added 
^^good expression'') 

{ Walpole' s catalogue of this 
year is an early edition. Sir 
Joshua probably sent at first 
a Boy reading, which must 
have been hung and cata- 
logued, and then have sub- 



stituted the Bacchante for it 
— the title being altered in 
the later editions,) 
1785. 1 8 Portrait of a lady ; whole length. 
{Mrs. Musters as Hebe,) 
23 Portrait of a lady. {Lady 
Lade,) {Mrs, Smith, mistress 
of Sir/, Z«^.— Walpole.) 
7 1 Portrait of a lady. {Lady Hume; 
good, — Walpole. ) 

{There must have been two 
editions of this catalogue, as 
in Mr. Spielman's Ho, 71 is 
printed *^ Portrait of a noble- 
man {Lord Hertford),") 
89 Portrait of an officer. {Sir H, 
Munroe.) 

122 Portrait of a nobleman; half 
length. {Lord Northington,) 

126 Venus. 

155 His Royal Highness the Prince 
of Wales. {The National 
Gallery one.) 

162 Portrait of a gentleman. {Sir 
Eardley Wilmot.) 

173 Portraits of a nobleman's three 
children. {Duke of Rut- 
/a«^'j.— Walpole.) 

175 Portrait of an officer; half 
length. {In Mr, Spielman's 
catalogue, 175 is pfinted as 
Venus,) 

181 Portrait of a nobleman; half 

length. {Lord Lough- 
borough^ 

182 Melancholy. {Hon, Mrs, Stan- 

hope.) 

212 Portraitofa lady; whole length. 

384 Portrait of an officer. {Prob- 
ably Colonel Luke Gar- 
diner^ 

397 Portrait of a lady. 

423 A little girl. {Miss Georgiana 
Seymour, afterwards Lady 
Charles Bentinck.) 
1786. 10 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
{Probably John Charles, Lord 
Althorp,) 

6$ Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Erskine,) 

76 Portraits of two children. 
{Children of B, Vandergucht 
as Children in the Wood.) 
{Natural expression, — Wal- 
pole.) 

85 His Royal Highness the Duke 
of Orleans. 

95 Portrait of a lady; threequar- 
ters. {Lady De Clifford, ex-^ 
^^//<f«/.— Walpole.) 



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Reynolds, Sir Joshua, P.R,A.— con- 
tinued. 

1786. 103 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. (John Lee,) (Very 
good. — Walpole.) 

166 Portraits of a lady and child. 

(Duchess of Devonshire.) 
178 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. (Joshua Sharpe.) 
198 Portrait of a lady; threequar- 

ters. {Lcuiy Spencer.) 
2 1 5 Portrait of a gentleman ; whole 

length. {John Barker.) 

223 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. (John Hunter^ very 
good. — Walpole.) 

224 Portrait of a lady; threequar- 

ters. {Miss Bingham.) 
396 A child with guardian angels. 

1787. 7 Portrait of a lady and three 

children. {Lady Smyth.) 
24 A child's portrait in different 
views; a study. {Miss Gor- 
don^ Angela heads.'^ 
33 Portrait of a child with a dog. 

{Miss Ward.) 
69 A gentleman; threequarters. 

(^> Harry Englefield.) 
76 Portrait of a lady; half 
length. {Hon, Mrs. Stan- 
hope.) 
90 His Royal Highness the Prince 
of Wales. {Whoie length, 
with black servant.) 
100 Portrait of a lady and child. 

{Lady St. Asaph.) 
113 A gentleman; threequarters. 

{Mr. Boswell.) 
146 Portrait of a child. {Lord 
Burghersh.) 

167 Portrait of a child with dog 

and bird. {Master Philip 
Yorke.) 

187 A lady; kit-cat. {Lady Cado- 
gan.) 

200 A lady; half length. {Mrs. 
Williams Hope of Amster- 
dam.) 

217 Portrait of a lady. {Lady 
Elliot.) 

1788. 23 Portrait of a nobleman. {The 

Earl of Sheffield.) 
38 Portrait of a gentleman; fin- 
ished. {Mr. Wyndham,M.P. 
for Norwich.) 
51 Girl sleeping. {Coarse. — Wal- 
pole.) 
84 Portrait of a lady of quality; 
threequarters. {Lady Betty 
.ft^xArr.— Walpole.) 



1788. 88 
97 

"5 
116 
124 
146 
162 

167 
183 

189 
219 
226 
265 

378 

1789. 65 



82 

86 
9* 

H3 
165 

167 

»79 
225 

240 

*Si 

*53 



Portrait of his Royal Highness 
the Duke of York. 

Portrait of a gentleman; three- 
quarters. {Sir George Beau- 
mont.) 

Portrait of a nobleman; half 
length. {Lord Heathfield.) 

Portrait of a lady; half length. 
{Mrs. Drummond Smith.) 

Portrait of a young gentleman. 
( The Hon. Lincoln Stan/tope.) 

Portrait of an officer; half 
length. {Colonel Morgan.) 

Portrait of a nobleman. {77ie 
Earl ofDarnley.) 

Hercules. 

Portraits of a nobleman and 
his brothers. {Lord Grant- 
ham.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Braddyll.) 

Portrait of a lady. {Lady 
Harris. — Walpole.) 

Portraits of a young lady and 
her brother. {Miss Gideon.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Col- 
onel Bertie.) 

A girl with a kitten. {Bcul. — 
Walpole.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {In 
another catalogue it is printed 
''lady." Walpole has altered 
his catalogue from ''gentle- 
man'* to "lady;* and calls it 
Mrs Watson) 

Robin Goodfellow. {The Puck 
of BoydelPs Shakespeare 
series.) 

Portrait of a young gentleman. 

Portrait of a young lady. {Miss 
Gwatkin.) {Pretty^ liands 
^a^._Walpole.) 

Cimon and Iphigenia. 

The Continence of Scipio. 

Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 
Rodney.) 

Cupid and Psyche. 

Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 
Lifford.) 

Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 
Vernon.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Prob- 
ably William Weddell.) 

Castle Wilgur on the Rhine. 
{This picture is attributed 
to Sir Joshua in my catalogue 
and the index, but Walpole 
in his has struck out the 
painter's name, and in Mr. 
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277 



ts not in the index. In two 
cateUogues at the Royal Aca- 
demy the painter's name is 
altered in ink to W, Hodges, 
R,A,) 

1789. 259 Portrait of a gentleman. (^. B, 

Sheridan.— Wa\po\e.) 

1790. 35 Portrait of a gentleman. (Sir 

Joshua Reynolds.) 
94 Portrait of .a nobleman. {Lord 

Rawdon.) 
181 Portrait of a celebrated singer. 

{Mrs. Billington.) 
232 Portrait of a gentleman. {Sir 
John Leicester.) {Very bad. 
— Walpole.) 
236 Portrait of a gentleman. {G. 
Cholmondeley.) { Very good. 
—Walpole.) 
243 Portrait of a young lady. {Mrs. 

Cholmondeley^ 
410 Portrait of a gentleman. {Sir 
James Esdaile.) 
{For further information concerning the 
above pictures, see ^^ History of the Works 
of Sir Joshua Reynolds,* by Graves and 
Cronin, and for a list of Sir JoshucCs 250 
finest pictures, see Bryants Dictionary of 
Painters and Engravers, vol. iv, pages 219 
to 221.) 



REYNOLDS,; Painter, 

23, Chadwell Street. 
1853. 934 Lane near the Toad Rock, 
Tunbridge Wells. 



REYNOLDS, Miss M, E. ... Painter. 

Ambleside, Westmorelcuid, 
1852. 1268 Scene in Westmoreland— girl 
and pony. 



REYNOLDS, Reginald P. 

Miniature Painter. 
86, Castlenau, Barnes. 
1902. 1 135 Hettie. 



REYNOLDS, R. W, 

1832. 942 Flowers. 



.. Painter. 
West Ham. 



REYNOLDS, Samuel William, 

Painter. 
6, Rolls Buildings, 

Fetter Lane. 
1797. 211 Portrait of a young artist. 



! 


48, Poland Street. 


1798. 


84 Portrait of a young artist 


1 


109 do. lady. 




115 do. gentleman. 


1799. 


152 ViewofHendon from Hamp- 




stead Heath. 




162 A study from nature by twi- 




light. 




663 {By Reynolds in the index, but 




by Roynon in the catalogue. 


1800. 


56 Study from nature — Green- 




wich, Kent. 




57 A cottage at Widmore, in 




Kent. 




58 A study from nature at Chisel- 




hurst. 




59 A study from nature. 




78 A mUl at Chiselhurst, Kent, 




and a view of London from 




Chiselhurst. 


1 801. 


81 Worthing, Sussex. 




8a A View near Edinburgh. 




174 A View from Millbank. 




634 Heydown Hill, near Worthing. 


1802. 


27 David. 




103 A brick kiln. 




182 A tile kiln. 




236 Portraits of two young ladies. 




869 Barford, Bedfordshire, 


1803. 


154 Greenwich. 




174 A cottage, Hampshire. 




190 View in Bedfordshire. 




204 Preparing to land. 




253 A cornfield. 




65s Cottages, Bedfordshire. 


1804. 


229 Bishopsgate Bridge, Norwich. 




540 A study from nature. 


1805. 


7 Morning. 




53 A landscape from nature. 




76 Loggs hill, Kent. 




84 View from nature. 




88 Inside of a windmill 




112 A View in Kent. 


1806. 


86 Study from nature. 




97 do. do. 




309 A cottage. 


1807. 


232 A landscape. 


1808. 


222 Eltham— a sketch from nature. 




226 Battersea— a sketch from na- 




ture. 




280 Hyacinthia. 




305 Fulham— a sketch from nature. 


1810. 


107 Kensington Palace— a sketch 




from nature. 




126 Portrait of a young lady. 




128 S. Whitbread, Esq., M.P. 




149 A sketch from nature. 




3«7 Portrait of a young lady. 




321 do. do. 




551 A sketch from nature. 



278 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Reynolds, Samuel William — contintud, 

Bayswater, 

1819. 105 View of Warwick Castle — early 

morning. 

1820. Ill Interior of a cottage. 

1821. 214 Sketch from nature. 
2 16 do. do. 

S. W. Reynolds, Senr. 

Craven Place, Bayswater, 

1822. 13 View on the Thames. 
308 View near Norwich. 

372 Cottage, Wigmore, Kent. 

1823. 373 Windsor Castle. 
635 Warwick Castle. 

1824. II River scene. 

1825. 387 Ryde, Isle of Wight— sketch 

from nature. 
1827. 276 Interior of a church between 
Rouen and Paris. 
340 Sunset — Calais. 
478 Interior of a church between 

Rouen and Calais. 
480 A sketch from nature. 
(This artisl is better known as a Mezzotint 
Engraver.^ 

REYNOLDS, Samuel William, Junr. 

Painter. 

Bayswater, 

1820. 244 Portrait of a gentleman. 
404 Portrait of a lady. 

99, Mount Street, 

Grosvenor Square, 

1821. 8i T. Barton, Esq. 
247 Portrait of a lady. 
372 S. Cousins, Esq. 
386 J. P. Harley, Esq. 

64, Margaret Street, 

1822. 52 Miss Carew. 

247 Portrait of a lady. 

397 Portraits of the children of 

John Hand, Esq. 
449 T. P. Cook, Esq. 

1823. 122 Sir George Collier, Bart. 
237 Lord Rolle. 

416 The Bishop of Exeter. ( Wil- 
liam Carey,) 
420 Lady Graves and child. 
611 Lady Rolle. 

1824. 140 Portrait of an officer of the 

Life Guards. 
152 Judge Holroyd. 
292 Henry Porter, Esq., his wife 

and child. 

1825. 59 The Duke of Newcastle. 

132 General Sir George Hewitt, 

Bart. 
365 Mrs. Thomas Holroyd. 

1826. 99 Hagar and Ishmael. 



1826. 
1827. 



1828. 



1829. 



1830. 
1831. 
1832. 
1834. 
1835. 

1836. 



1845. 



180 General Sir Henry Clinton, 

Bart., K.C.B. 
79 Miss Boyle. 
399 Charles Nicholas Pallmer, 

Esq., M.P., subscribed for 

a present to Mrs. Pallmer 

by the Freeholders of the 

County of Surry. 
532 Captain Clifford, R.N., M.P. 
64 Miss Smith. 
209 Portrait of a lady. 
459 Robert Jenkinson, Esq. 
266 Sir William Boothby, Bart. 
468 Miss Johnson as Little Red 

Riding Hood. 
202 Miss Kingston. 
217 Portrait of a lady. 
629 do. gentleman. 

353 Mrs- Wain Wright Bellhouse. 
18 Portrait of a child at her 

mother's toilet. 
217 Girl looking out at a window. 
iS\, Holland Street, 

Kensington. 
139 Orange Girl. 
308 Escape from a shower. 



REYNOLDS, W Painter. 

30, Percy Street, 
1859. 843 The early bird that finds the 
worm. 
874 Nesting time. 

REYNOLDS, Walter Painter. 

Bush Hill Park, Enfield. 
1879. 74» Hills near Reigate. 

Beechcroft, Enfield. 

1 88 1. 872 A Bedford village. 

1882. 926 At Turkey Street, Enfield. 
1050 Brook at Edmonton. 

1884. "23 Cottage homestead, Enfield. 

REYNOLDS, Warwick Painter. 

128, Hope Street, Glasgow. 
1904. ^^ Rajah, 

REYNOLDS-STEPHENS, William 
R. See S. 

RHEAD, George Wooliscroft. 

Painter, Etcher, etc. 

2, Phene Street, Chelsea. 
1882. 1253 Study of a poppy; pencil draw- 
ing. 

*.r%o, ^^\'^^^f<^k(^r Studios. 

1885. 677 " O Salutaris hostia." 

1886. 1406 Isabel. 

1409 Magnolia Grandiflora. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



279 



1886. 1412 Head of an old man; mezzo- 

tint. 

6, Queen Ann^s Terrace. 
1892. 1780 Design for stained glass win- 
dow: Tree of Jesse. 
Doune Lodge^ Oxford Road^ 

Putney. 
1894. 1468 Study of a head. 

1639 Cartoon for altar-piece. 
1896. 1508 Love — study for decoration. 

RHEAM, Henry R., R.L Painter, 

15, Charlesviile^ Claughion^ 

Birkenhead, 

1887. 1224 A grey day. 

1889. 1330 A calm evening. 

Cannon Hill^ Birkenhead, 

1890. 12x2 "When the wind bloweth in 

from the sea." 

Newly n^ Penzance, 

1 89 1. 1225 Only a year ago 

1892. 1150 Nancy Lee. 

1893. II 17 " La belle dame sans merci." — I 

Keats. ' 

1898. 1139 " Quia multura amavit." 

1899. 1 162 Pandora. 

1900. 1117 Crabbed age and youth cannot 

live together. 
1902. 841 The fugitive. 

RHIND, John P,S,A Sculptor. 

St, Helen's, Cambridge Street, 
Edinburgh, 

1885. 2034 Evelyn, daughter of Mrs. 

Montignani ; posthumous 

bust, marble. 

182, Kennington Road, S, W, 

1886. 1834 Portrait of a lady; bust. 

13, Trafalgar Square, 

Brompion, 

1887. 1825 Study of a head; terra-cotta. 

Cambridge Street, Edinburgh, 

1888. 1979 Millie,daughterof P. Richards, 

Esq.; bust, terra-cotta. 

RHIND, William Birnie ... Sculptor. 
St, Helen's, Cambridge Street, 
Edinburgh, 

1898. 1834 Duddingstone Herdman, Esq.; 

bust. 

1899. 1914 Sketch model for group 

"Science" for the Fine Art 
Galleries, Glasgow. 

1922 The Marquisof Salisbury,K.G.; 
bust. 

2038 Sketch study for colossal statue 
of King James V of Scot- 
land; wax. To be executed 
for the National Portrait 
Gallery, Scotlatid, 



1901. 1728 W. Crooke, Esq.; bust. 

1902. 1702 H. E. Moss, Esq., J.P.; bust, 

bronze. 

1903. 1789 The young Samuel; bust, mar- 

ble. 

1904. 1696 Study for statue of an English 

General, period 1800. 

RHODES, Mrs. E.J Sculptor. 

37, De Vere Gardens, 
1882. 1690 Master Lyulph Rhodes. 

RHODES, F. R Painter. 

Handsworth, Staffordshire, 

1841. 85 Pheasant shooting. 
346 A study from nature. 

1842. 949 A view in Saddleworth, York- 

shire. 

1843. 4*9 View of Haddon Hall, Derby- 

shire. 
1230 View in Saddleworth, York- 
shire. 



RHODES, H Architect. 

At Mr, Porden*s, 

55, Devonshire Street, 

1795. 702 Design for a bath. 

59, Bemers Street, 

1796. 455 Newnham Church, near Bal- 

dock, Hertfordshire. 

1797. 473 View of St. John's Hospital, 

Northampton. 
767 A Design for a gamekeeper's 
cottage. 

1798. 941 View of Lower Tooting church, 

Surrey. 
i8oo. 485 Upper Ward of Elizabeth's 
Castle, Jersey. 

Little Chelsea. 
1805. 700 South front of Chequers, Buck- 
inghamshire. 
15, Norton Street, 

Portland Place, 
181 7. 928 Church at Egham, Surrey. 
1826. 911 Nobleman's mansion, Lake of 
Killamey. 

RHODES, H Painter. 

2, The Oval, Brixton Rise. 
187 1. 7*3 A piper. 

RHODES, Miss H Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181 1. 433 View on the Rivlin, near Shef- 
field. 
5*7 do. do. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Rhodes, Miss H. — continued. 

Sheffield. 

1812. 307 A paper mill near Sheffield. 
341 A landscape. 

181 3. IIS View near Liverpool — a storm 

approaching. 

RHODES, Henry J Painter. 

77, Newman Street. 
1875. *3* " Mary, call the cattle home!" 
8, Meroan Road^ Brixton. 
1877. 3SX Wallflowers. 
810 Evening. 

7, Eden Villas^ Norwood. 
1882. 1059 An oatfield. 

RHODES, John Painter. 

2, Maddox Street. 

1832. 412 Portrait of a gentleman. 
597 do. do. 

1833. 43 do. lady. 

460 GaleottiMartivalle. VideQuett- 

tin Durward. 
ion The gardener; a study from 
life. 

1835. 3 Portrait of a gentleman in the 
uniform of the Surrey Yeo- 
manry Cavalry. 

1838. 681 Roman Industry. {By J.Rhodes 
in the index^ but fy T. Roods 
in the catalogue.) 
119a Walter, seventh Baron Ferrers 
of Chartley, on the eve of 
setting out for Bosworth 
field (where he fell), appoint- 
ing the Abbot of Chartley 
guardian of his wife and 
child. 

1843. 3*7 Portrait of a gentleman. 

RHODES, John N Painter. 

Louthey Cottage^ Eden Grove^ 
Holloway. 

1841. 1045 The young bird. 

II, Park Street y Islington. 

1842. 1004 " Give it a bit of your bread" 

RHODES, John W Architect. 

Mitre Court Chambers^ 

Temple. 
1899. 1784 Flats at Dulwich. 

RHODES, Rowland Sculptor. 

40, Great Avenham Street^ 

Preston. 

1886. 1876 J. Livesey, Esq.; small bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1887. 1897 Mrs. J. Tullis; bust, marble. 



Liverpool Road^ Newcastle^ 

Staffordshire. 
1889. 2116 Mr. George Rhodes; medallion, 
bronze. 



RHODES, W. P. ... Enamel Painter. 
9, Shawfield Street^ Chelsea. 
187 1. 990 Head. After Vandyke (Ge- 
vartius); enamelled on por- 
celain. 
32, Modoc Street^ Llandudno^ 
North Wales. 
1876. 75* " One, two, three ! " 

RHYS, Oliver Painter. 

la, Brondesbury Rocui. 
1880. 143 Moulin Huet, Guernsey. 
1058 Hampstead. 

10, Harrington Gardens. 
1882. 66 A primitive shipyard. 

21, St. John's Wood Road. 

1886. 8i2 A fisherman's story. 

1887. 853 A Venetian. 
857 Early studies. 

47, Bedford Square. 
1 89 1. 320 The dawn of vanity. 
1893. 510 A floral toilette. 

RIBBING, Miss S Painter. 

17, Pembroke Gardens^ 

Kensington. 

1873. *9* Baron Hochschild, Swedish 

and Norwegian Minister at 
the Court of St. James's. 
319 Baroness Hochschild. 

50, Holland Road^ Kensington. 

1874. 402 Mrs. Charles George Barclay. 
636 Miss Elsie Margere Bruce and 

Miss Augusta Mary Bruce, 
children of the Hon. Thomas 
Bruce. 

165, Piccadilly. 

1875. 4^ Madame Lind - Goldschmidt 

and daughter. 
609 Miss Alice Ericsen. 

RIBBING, Miss E. De. See D, vol. ii, 
page 309. 

RIBOT, E Painter. 

79, Rue de la Richelieu^ Paris. 
1865. 547 Les Retameurs. 

RICARD, Gustave Painter. 

58, Curzon Street^ May/air. 
187 1. 578 Mrs. C. Stephenson. 



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281 



RICARDOi Halsey Ralph. 

Architect. 
13, Bedford Street 

1883. 1126 Borden Wood, near Liphook. 

1884. 1303 Colwood, near Cuckfield. 

1885. 1808 " Westgates," near Charlwood, 

Surrey. 

1888. 1908 8, Great George Street, West- 
minster. 

1890. 1844 Home of Rest, Littlehampton, 
Sussex. 

1892. 1684 Municipal buildings, Oxford. 
1894. 1617 Houses, Melbury Road. 
1898. 1640 House near Bramley. 

1 90 1. 1588 Station, Bengal Railway, at 

Howrah, Calcutta. 
1903. 1453 Government offices, Johannes- 
burg. 

RICE, Frederick A Painter. 

5, EcLst Street^ Chelsea, 
1S93. HI I Study of a head. 

RICH, William George Painter. 

Brook House^ Brentford. 
1884. 412 Nearing Home. 

RICHARD, E Painter. 

1854. 1460 Medallion portrait of a gentle- 
man. 

RICHARDS, Miss Aim6e G. 

Painter. 

40, Ladbrooke Grove Road. 

1893. 879 Medusa's hair. 

4, Milton Mansions^ 

West Kensington. 

1894. 28 A Knight of the bath. 

RICHARDS, Miss Anna Painter. 

21, Pembridge Road^ 

NottingHilL 

1898. 1257 "Whoever will confess, etc." 

—St, Matt X, 32. 
21, Rossetti Mansions^ Chelsea. 

1899. 1278 Lady Hobhouse. 

1900. 128 Friends. 

II, Cheyne Gardens^ S. W, 

1902. 572 "Where olives overhead print 

the sky with twig and leaf." 

RICHARDS, Charles Painter. 

Rook Hill House^ Keynsham. 
1854. 189 Study of sheep and lambs. 
1S55. 590 do. do. 

1856. 436 The Bristol Market woman. 

16, London Street 

1857. 193 The little gleaner. 

VI. 



RICHARDS, Miss Emma Gaggiotti. 

Painter. 
28, Baker Street. 

1850. 243 Portrait of a gentleman. 
380 The Countess of Ossulston. 

1851. 118 Amore in Dio {love in God,) 

Fainted for H,R,H. Prince 
Albert. 
166 Portrait of the artist. 

19, Nottingham Place. 

1852. 449 Portrait of a lady. 

545 The Hon. Mrs. Norton. 

13, Upper Harley Street 

1853. 437 Portrait of a gentleman. 

12, Fitzroy Square. 

1854. 1264 "Faith." The property of Her 

Majesty, 

RICHARDS, Miss Fanny ... Painter. 
39, Claretnont Road^ Highgate, 
1897. 1 32 1 Blossoms and seeds. 

RICHARDS, Prank Painter. 

Newlyn^ Penzance. 
1892. 42 Christchurch Minster, Hamp- 
shire. 
5, Addison Studios^ 

Bly the Road, W. 
1897. ^%i Spring and winter. 

RICHARDS, George Painter. 

65, St. Georges Square. 
1856. 204 The suppliant. 

RICHARDS, John Inigo, R.A. 

Painter. 

John Richards, R.A,, 
at Mr. Moran^s, 

Tavistock Row, 
Cavent Garden. 

1769. 93 View of a cascade at Hester 

Combe in Somersetshire, the 
seat of C. W. Bamfylde, Esq. 

94 A landscape and figures. 

95 do. do. 

1770. 153 do. do. 

154 A piece of ruins. 

155 A View of Oakhampton Castle 

in Devonshire. 

1 771. 162 A View in St. James's Park, 

before the alteration. 
Bedford Street, Covent Garden. 

1773. 244 A Landscape and figures. 

1774. 226 Shrewsbury Bridge. 
227 A Piece of Ruins. 

1775* 239 A landscape and ruins. 

240 A landscape. 

241 do. 

00 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Richards, John Inigo, R,A, — continued. 
1776. 245 A View of Chepstow Castle in 
Monmouthshire. 

246 A View of the Colosseum. 

247 do. Castle of St. 
Angelo. 

248 A lamp light. 

1879. 256 A landscape and figures. 
257 do. do. 

1780. 125 Summer. 
127 Winter. 
207 A prison. 

1781. 217 View of the ruins of Valley- 

Crucis- Abbey, Denbighshire. 
247 View of the ruins of Valley 
Crucis Abbey, Denbighshire. 
(Secretary to the Royal Academy.) 

Somerset House, 
1795. 52 A cavern with banditti. 
99 A landscape. 
159 Inside of a country church. 

1 798. 89 A Relic of Battle Abbey, Sussex. 
94 A landscape and figures. 

153 A scene in Scadbury Park, near 

Chissslehurst, Kent. 
171 do. do. 

185 A windmill. 

186 do. 

1799. 140 A landscape with a farm house. 

1805. 214 View of part of the remains of 

Battle Abbey, Sussex. 

1806. 116 Cottage in a wood. 

189 Landscape with an overshot 

miU. 
199 Landscape with an undershot 

mill. 
1809. 97 The view from the west end on 

Rochester Bridge. 

RICHARDS, J Painter. 

121, Pall Mail. 
1 781. 411 Landscape; water-colours. 

2, Queen* s Square, Hoxton, 

1783. 106 Landscape. 
107 do. 

1784. 102 do. 
103 do. 

1786. 577 do. 
585 do. 

1787. 478 do. 
498 do. 

13, City Road, 

1791- 557 do. 

574 do. 

591 do. 

1792. 602 do. 

Anderson* s Buildings, 

City Road, 

1800. 324 Landscape. 



RICHARDS, R. P Painter. 

20, Irvine Street, Liverpool, 

187 1. 604 Snowdon, North Wales. 
640 The little truant. 

1 165 Waterfall. 

1872. 559 Gwynant Lake, North Wales. 

45, West Derby St., Liverpool, 

1873. 683 Gold and silver. 

Temple Lodge, New Brighton, 

1874. 672 The silver river. 

48, North Corridor, ''Albany^'* 
Liverpool, 

1875. 292 On the Calder — passing thun- 

der cloud. 
568 The meeting of the Ribble and 
the Udder. 
33, Botanic Road, Liverpool, 

1876. 349 Mountebanks on a wet road. 
587 The glistening river. 

1877. 1037 On the river Wharfe near Bol- 

ton Abbey. 

RICHARDS, Thomas Robert. 

Architect. 
17, Kin^s Street, Cheapside. 

1878. 1098 Design, Kensington Vestry 

Hall. 
1884. 1243 Belfast Free Library. 

RICHARDS, W. S Painter. 

1 87 1. 505 The lone trees; coast of Jersey. 

RICHARDS, William T Painter. 

Philadelphia, 
i860. 75 The blackberry bush. 
592 Out of doors. 

Germantown, Philadelphia, 

1872. 875 Cape May. 

888 Morning on the coast. 

1873. 1 188 Sketchofthe interior of S.Maria 

at Lugano showing Luini's 
frescoes. 

1874. 1344 Coast of New Jersey, U.S. 

1875. 1488 {In the index, but no such num- 

ber in the catalogue,) 

1879. 103 Trebarwith Strand, Cornwall. 
410 The Lion Rock, Cornwall. 

5, Albert Terrace, 

NotHng Hill Gate, 

1880. 961 Treryn Dinas and the Logan 

stone, Cornwall. 
1892. 165 Sea and sky. 

21, Pembridge Road, 

NottingHilL 
1897. 60 Surf. 

542 The beach at Porthtowan, 

Cornwall. 
693 A beach. 



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1899. 964 Off the Casquets. 

1900. 36 Shoal water. 
260 Surf. 

1903. 428 After a gale. 

RICHARDSON, Miss Ada E. 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Ranwarth Mansions^ 

Compayne Gardens, 

1902. 1153 Melpomene. 

1903. 1194 Joan, daughter of Richard 

Moreland, Esq. 

1205 Joan, daughter of Archer Rich- 
ardson, Esq. 

1219 Grace, daughter of Andrew 
Kay, Esq. 

1257 Damaris. 

1904. 1236 Study of a head. 

RICHARDSON, Miss Agnes E. 

Painter. 

Hawk's Painty Lelant^ 

CamwalL 

1896. 407 The Wallabrooke, Dartmoor. 
470 Rough pasturage. 

RICHARDSON, Alice. 

Crayon Painter. 

4, College Street^ Westminster, \ 
1776. 249 Portrait of Oteronganente, one 
of the American chiefs now 
in London; in crayons. 

250 Portrait of a young lady; in 

crayons. 

251 A boy's head; in crayons. 

RICHARDSON, Arthur Painter. 

Clifton Villa, Peckham, 

1889. 1744 A Groyne at Leigh, Essex. 

The Gables, Elswick Road, 

Newcastle-on- lyne, 

1890. 1382 Ryton church. 

Cleveland, Tivoli Road, 

Cheltenham, 

1897. 1329 "O river, flowing to the sea!" 

RICHARDSON, Charles Painter. 

45, Blackett Street, 

Newcastle-on- T^ne, 

1855. 79X Old flour mill near Newcastle 

upon Tyne. 
113, Northumberland Street, 
Newcastle-upon-Tyne, 

1856. 876 View on the Brann, Dunkeld, 

Perthshire. 

1857. 847 Sheep washing, Borrowdale. 
893 Gate Crag, Borrowdale. 

1865. 685 Lane Scene, Greta bridge. 



II, Ridley Place, 

Newcastle-an-Tyne* 
1868. 309 Wreck on the Herd Sands, 

Tynemouth. 
1870. 927 Market day at Newcastle. 

12, Albion Place, Newcastle, 

1872. 816 First School day, Greta Bridge, 

Yorkshire. 

1873. 968 A storm, Tynemouth Pier 

Works. 

2, Coburg Place, Bayswater, 
1875- 69* Old lock — sunset. 

749 The Tay, near Dunkeld. 
1877. 827 At anchor off Aldborough. 

56, Bedford Gardens. 

1879. 707 A peacock. 

1880. 750 Afternoon, Brougham Castle. 
846 Cattle resting, Sussex. 

28, Campden Hill Gardens, 

1 88 1. 364 Tynemouth pier — morning. 

21, Notting Hill Square, 

1884. 565 A coast scene. 

1125 On a farm, Yorkshire. 

1885. 1171 Near Richmond, Yorkshire. 
1 186 Sunset — Borrowdale. 

1886. 1 151 Hills near Derwentwater. 

1887. 1279 Grange Bridge, Borrowdale. 

1888. 60 A farm yard by the sea. 

1890. 273 Early morning — Cumberland. 
1303 Patterdale. 

1891. 1347 do. 

High Street, Petersfield, Hants, 
1899. 1572 Illustration to fairy tale. 
1 90 1. 1 123 A quiet street in a Hampshire 
town. 

RICHARDSON, Mrs. Charles. 

Painter. 

1846. 754 Castle Craig, Borrowdale. 

RICHARDSON, C. Douglas. 

Sculptor. 
63, Chalk Farm Road. 
1885. 539 The passing of Arthur. 

2001 The Wheelwright. 
1888. 2074 Mother and child; group, 
bronze. 



RICHARDSON, Charles E. 



Painter. 





Kirklevington Hall, 




Yarm, Yorkshire. 


1897. 


491 Still-life. 


1898. 


968 Study of still-life. 


1899. 


567 Memories. 




773 Cracked. 


1900. 


468 Brought to book. 




941 A flaw in the title. 


I90I. 


705 The amateur. 


1904. 


700 True blue. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



RICHARDSON, Charles James. 

Architect. 

24, Manchester Street, 

1837. 1088 The Ceiling of the Chapel 

Royal, St. James's. Painted 

by Hans Holbein in 1540. 

1839. 1131 Sketch of the north side of the 

Gilt Room, Holland House. 
Painted by Francis Cleyn 
in the time of James I. 
1252 Specimen of wooden archi- 
tecture of England during 
the reigns of Elizabeth and 
James I. From a plan by 
John Thorpe. 

1840. 1049 Ceiling in the house of Colonel 

Clitherow, Brentford, dated 
1623. 

22, Brampton Crescent, 

1843. 1 1 98 The Sandal-wood gates of Som- 

nauth. From a sketch made 
by Colonel Lonard in the 
Camp of Loodiana. 

1844. 1132 Westwood in Worcestershire. 

Erected by Sir John Pack- 
ington in the reign of Eliza- 
beth. 
1847. 1122 Riding school. 

1849. 1074 Interior of East Sutton Place, 

Kent, the seat of Sir Edward 
Filmer, M.P. The carvings 
are by Grindling Gibbons, 
from Bath Abbey. 
1179 Designs for villas, etc. 

1850. 1 1 38 Marble fireplace, etc. 

2, Keppel St,f Russeil Square, 
1852. 1181 Town House in Queen's Road, 
Kensington, for the Earl of 
Harrington. 
1855. 1183 Staircase saloon in Queen's 
Palace Gardens, Kensington, 
for the Earl of Harrington. 
1206 New Prince's Road, Kensing- 
ton Gore, etc. 
1219 The garden side of Kirby 
House, Northamptonshire. 
Erected by Lord Chancellor 
Hatton. 

34, Kensington Square, 
1857. 1007 Mansion for the Earl of Har- 
rington, etc. 
1862. 887 Terrace walk. East Sutton 
Place. 
891 Garden seat at Castle Combe, 
Wilts. 

RICHARDSON, D Painter. 

At Mr, Newcomb^s^ 

31, Hay market, 
1783. 248 Flower piece. 





6, St./ame^s Walk, 


1799. 


889 Fruit. 


I80I. 


704 Flowers from nature. 


1802, 


144 Fruit and flowers from nature. 




4, Hanway Street^ Oxford St. 


1820. 


267 Insects, herbage, etc. 




396 Groupe of trout. 




399 Hare and Partridges. 




9, Kin^s Row^ Pentonville. 


1823. 


593 A flower piece. 


1825. 


307 Fish. 


1828. 


450 do. 


1829. 


346 do. 


1830. 


547 do. 


RICHARDSON, Miss Edith. 




Painter. 




The Gables, Elswick Road, 




Newcastle-on-Tyne, 


1899. 


627 The path. 




691 The boy and the winds. 


1900. 


460 White butterflies. 



RICHARDSON, Bdvs^ard ... Painter. 

15, Sheffield Terrace, 

Kensington. 
1856. 927 Watermill, Castleton of Brae- 
mar, Aberdeenshire. 
1858. 893 Boppart on the Rhine. 

RICHARDSON, Edward M. 

Sculptor. 
E. Richardson, 

22, Arlington Street, 

Kentish Town, 

1829. 1078 Restoration of a head from one 

of the Elgin marbles in the 
British Museum. 
E, P, H, Richardson, 
22, Arlington Street, 

Kentish Town. 

1830. 1093 Study from the antique; in- 

taglio. 
E, Richardson, 

83, Albany Street, 
1832. 1139 Study of a horse. 

2, Keppel Row, New Road. 

1836. 1102 Mercury and Pandora. 

1837. 1 174 Ilsogno: or the dream. 

"One lay dreaming soft and 
warm, 

And smiling through her 
dreams." — Byron, 

14, Duke Street, 

Portland Place. 
1839. 1282 Mercury preparing for flight 

"Swift as the word; the 
sprightly son of May 

Prepares the Thunderer's man- 
date to obey. 



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285 



184I. 
1842. 

1843. 
1845. 

1847. 
1848. 



1850. 
1852. 

1853- 



1855. '4*9 



1856. 



1857. 

1859. 
i860. 



The pliant sandals on his feet 

applies, 
And to his heels the well- 
trimmed pinions ties. — 
Statius* Tlubaid, 

6, Hales Place, 
1309 Two fauns breaking in a wild 

horse. 
1342 Sketch of a female; for a larger 

statue. 
1500 A sketch. 

1280 The Village Sayn on the river 
Priestsbach, Prussia. 

17, Melbury Terrace, 
1432 Bust of Richard Rothwell, 

Esq. 
1 379 The working model for a recum- 
bent portrait-statue, expres- 
sive of repose, of the late 
John Smith, Esq., of Dale 
Park, in the County of 
Sussex, for Chichester Ca- 
thedral. 
14 10 Master Puck; a portrait-bust. 
1400 Marble bust of the late John 
Smith, Esq., M.P. 

1429 Medallic portrait of a gentle- 

man. 

1430 Medallic portrait. 

1347 Working model for the recum- 
bent portrait-statue in ala- 
baster of the late Earl of 
Powis, K.G., for St. Mary's 
church, Welchpool. 
Relief on marble of a light 
cavabry officer, forming part 
of a public testimonial to 
the late Brigadier Malcolm 
McNeill, of the Madras 
Army. 

1437 Model of a monumental relief, 
executed in marble, of the 
Rev. the Sub-dean of Lin- 
coln, for St. Peter's Church, 
Guernsey. 

1447 Bust in marble from a litho- 
graph by R. J. Lane, A.R. A., 
of the late Dr. James Wylie, 
C.B., for Madras. 

1533 The late Dr. Gideon Mantell, 
F.G.S., F.R.S., etc. 

1330 Bust of the late Earl of Powis. 

1337 Bust, in marble, of the late 
Thomas Watts, Esq., M.D. 

1276 The late Sir Edward Tiemey, 
Bart.; marble bust. 

1306 Posthumous bust, in marble. 
999 Small model for the effigial 
tomb to the lat^ John, Mar- 
quis of Ormonde, for the 



Cathedral Church of St. 
Canice, Kilkenny, Ireland. 
1866. 1037 Rev. Sir Lionel Darell, Bart., 
of Fretheme Court, Glou- 
cester. 
1038 The late Colonel Sir Harry Col- 
ville Darell, Bart.; marble. 

RICHARDSON, Frederick Stuart. 

Painter. 

Sandy ^ Bedfordshire, 



1885. 


518 A Surrey streamlet. 


1887. 


77 " We are seven." 




454 Home from the hills. 




8, Fitzroy Street. 


1888. 


612 The Valley of the Dochart 




655 The dew of the morning. 




Sandy, Beds. 


1889. 


657 "Out in the west when the 




sun is low." 




679 The herring fleet, Carradale, 




N.B. 




1250 " Out in the west when the sun 




is low." 


1890. 


86 The fringe of the forest. 




378 Blackwater foot, Arran. 




49» Wanderers. 




857 Net-barking, coast of Kintyre. 


I89I. 


553 Evicted. 




978 A winter harvest. 




1396 St. Ives, on the Ouse. 


1892. 


531 An Irish coast farm. 




663 Daybreak. 




1014 A frosty morning. 




1303 An Irish trout stream. 


1893. 


1 1 94 The music boat, Venice. 


1894. 


243 Wind and wave. 




331 An autumn clearing. 




1053 A rainy day, Crail. 


1895. 


585 The morning catch. 




984 Taking the sand. 




1006 Waiting for the ebb— Dutch 




coast. 


1897. 


48 North Sea crofters. 




375 A fenland farm. 


1898. 


164 Katwijk dunes. 


1899. 


I20 In for the morning market. 


1900. 


1032 A lock on the Ouse. 




1061 Fishers of the Zuyder Zee. 


1902. 


747 November. 




805 The first snow of winter. 



RICHARDSON, F. W Painter. 

25, Stratford Place, 

Camden Square. 
1877. 1 1 99 Hurstmonceaux Castle, Sussex; 

pen and ink drawing. 
1881. 1036 Old chimney piece in Kenil- 

worth Castle. 
1883. 1 122 Beauchamp chapel, Warwick. 



286 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



RICHARDSON, George ...Architect. 

95, Great Titchfield Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1774. 228 A design for a carpet. 
229 Two designs for ceilings. 

1775. 242 Elevation of the triumphal 

arch at Orange, in France, 
erected by Caius Marcus 
and Luctatius. 
S^, Great Titchfield Street. 

1776. 252 The ceiling executed in the 

Grecian Halls at Keddle- 

stone, the seat of Lord 

Scarsdale. 

IDS, Great Titchfield Street, 

1782. 466 Elevation of a Villa. 

1783. 381 Elevation of a church building 

at Stapleford, in Leicester- 
shire, for the Earl of Har- 
borough. 

1792. 667 North elevation of two houses, 

with warehouses. 
695 East elevation of two houses, 
with warehouses. 

1793. 815 Principal elevation of a villa. 



RICHARDSON, G. C Architect. 

Warwick Hause^ 

Shepherd's Bush. 
1877. 1099 An architectural curiosity in a 
Scandinavian church of the 
twelfth century. 

RICHARDSON, Harry L. ...Painter. 

83, OndineRoad, 

East Dulwich, 

1900. 1586 Yorick, the parson, on his old 

horse. 

1 90 1. 481 Ethel. 



RICHARDSON, Henry Burden. 

Painter. 
22, Foley Street, 
1828. 1017 New Gate at Vienna. 

63, Charlotte Street, 

1830. 1 102 Zurich, Switzerland. 

13, Russell Place, 

1 83 1. 508 Ruins of the temple of Mars 

Ultor, Rome. 

1832. 970 St. Stephen's Church, Vienna. 

50, Blackett Street, 

Netvcastle-on- lyne, 
1853. 1225 Deck of the "Hotspur" East 
Indiaman. 

No address, 
i86i. 747 Near Dunkeld, Perthshire. 



RICHARDSON, John J., RJ. 

Painter. 

y. Richardson^ 

Colebrooke House, Islington, 

1846. 214 Laon attempting the rescue of 

Cythna. "Not many were 
around her, etc." — Shelley. 

1847. 241 The bird's nest. 

1851. 755 The stranger's burial. Scene in 

a country churchyard. " A 
short time since, a traveller 
arrived at the village of 

H , in Berkshire, and 

almost immediately on his 
entering the inn, died sud- 
denly. An inquest was held 
on the body, but no infor- 
mation could be gained as 
to who he was, or where he 
had come from. It was 
found necessary to bury him 
without delay, and he was 
interred therefore at night, 
in the presence of many of 
the villagers." 

1852. 1143 Sitting for a portrait. 
1353. 1295 Baby's first walk. 
1856. 356 Evening. 

1858. 55* " Pifferari "— a study. 

12, Porchester Terrace. 
i860. 535 A girl of Sorrento. 

1 86 1. 182 Julia. "Here is her picture: 

O thou senseless form, 
Thou shalt be worshipp'd, 
etc." — Tivo Gentlemen of 
Verona, Act iv, sc. 4. 
J.J. Richardson, 

12, Porchester Terrace. 

1862. 218 A welcome rest. 

J. Richardson, 

1 2, Porchester Terrace. 

1866. 685 A drove of Highland cattle 

crossing a moor by twi- 
light. 

1867. 7H A group of Highland cattle. 

1868. 285 Troopers driving cattle. 
839 Scotch herd girls. 

1869. 759 Mending the stepping-stones. 

1872. 7 The rest after the c&y's jour- 

ney. 
763 Waiting for hire. 
J.J. Richardson, 

12, Porchester Terrace. 

1873. 706 Midday; a scene in Cumber- 

land. 

1875. *°7 The midday rest. 

1876. 631 Going to cover. 

781 A Northumberland straw yard. 

1877. 799 On the way from the moor. 
1879. 7*6 The wayside inn. 



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817 A Highland knowe. 
932 A gillie with spare dogs. 



1879. 
1882. 
1884. 1180 A Sussex meadow 



RICHARDSON, J. T Painter. 

Etaples^ Pas de Calais^ France, 
1900. 761 Eventide. 

RICHARDSON, J. V Painter. 

7, Park Street, Oxford, j 
1846. 1298 St Mary's (the University) i 
Church, from All Saints' ' 
quadrangle. 
1339 Canterbury quadrangle and 
Library of Christ's Church, 
Oxford. 



RICHARDSON, Ralph J. 

Illustrator. 

cjo E, Lauder, 

22, Joubert Mansions, 

Chelsea. 
1900. 1647 Illustration to "Colonel Botch- 
erby, M.F.H." 

RICHARDSON, R. Esdaile. 

Painter. 
Norlington, Brading, 

Isle of Wight. 
1897. 37 The hour of sunset. 

RICHARDSON, Thomas Miles. 

Painter. 
Pilgrim Street, 

Newcastle-on- lyne. 
1814. 652 View of the old Fish market, 
with St Nicholas's steeple in 
the distance, Newcastle- 
upon-Tyne. 

4, Brunswick Place, 

Newcastle-on- Tyne. 

1822. 390 View of Edinburgh Castle from 

the Grass market. 

1823. 250 Evening — ^View on the river 

Wansbeck near Morpeth. 
253 Fish boats at Newcastle quay. 
1828. 582 AWreck on the Black Middens, 
a cluster of dangerous rocks 
at the mouth of the Tyne, 
Northumberland, the soldiers 
and crew saving part of the 
cargo. 

5. M. Richardson. No address. 
1^37* 5S^ Entrance gateway, Prudhoe 

Castle. 
817 Prudhoe Castle. 



T. M. Richardson, Senr., 

S3, Blackett Street, 
Newcastle-on- Tyne. 

1 84 1. 469 View on the River Esk near 

Langholm, with Glenochy 
town. 

1842. 370 Percy Bay, Tynemouth, North- 

umberland. 

1843. 71 View of Shank Castle on the 

river Line, Cumberland. 

1844. 213 Lane scene, Durham — frosty 

morning. 

1845. 1114 Interior of the ancient chapel 

of Haworth Castle, Cumber- 
land, from a sketch made a 
short time previous to the 
destruction of the building 
by fire on Saturday, i8th 
May, 1844. 
1234 View of Bamborough Castle, 
coast of Northumberland. 
"The Tower, proud Bam- 
borough, mark^ they there 
King Ida's castle, etc." — 
Marmion. 



RICHARDSON, Thomas Miles, Junr. , 

R.S.A.,R.W.S. Painter. 

S. M. Richardson, Junr., 

S3, Blackett Street, 
Newcastle-on- lyne. 
1837. 696 Prudhoe Castle, with the river 
Tyne — sunset. From the 
collection of Lord Prud- 
hoe, 
711 View of Prudhoe Castle — 
moonlight. From the collec- 
tion of Lord Prudhoe. 
734 Prudhoe Castle — moonlight. 
From the collection of Lord 
Prudhoe. 
T. M. Richardson, Junr., 

S3, Blackett Street, 
Newcastle-on- Tyne. 
184a. 487 View of Luveno, Lago Mag- 
giore. 

9, Radnor Place, Hyde Park. 
1848. 562 Castle of Bishofstein, Moselle. 
610 The mountain stream. 



RICHARDSON, W Architect. 

105, Great Tttchfield Street. 
1783. ^\^ Design for drawing room, etc. 
17S4. 433 Design for a fan painted on 
leather. 
440 do. do. do. 

1793. 716 Designs for tripods and vases. 

1794. 5^3 Design for a painted ceiling. 



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RICHARDSON, William ... Painter. 
33, London Street, 
1842. ioo2*York Cathedral, from the south 
east. 

79, Albany Street, 

1844. 1 1 87 Interior of the Chapter house 

at Howden, Yorkshire. 

38a, Edward Street, 

1845. 34® The interior of Bolton Abbey. 

1846. 290 Study from nature, Wharfdale, 

Yorkshire. 

1847. 1248 Interior of Roslyn chapel. 

1848. 51 A reminiscence of Roslyn. 

116 The mill, Thames scenery near 
Henley — sunrise. "I loved 
the brimming wave that 
swam, etc." — Tennyson, 

309 My first study at York. 

33, Harrington Square, 

1849. 351 The Weald of Kent. 

1850. 272 At Buckfastleigh. ''A rippling 

stream that turns a mill." 
644 Buckfastleigh. 

14, Murray Street^ 

Camden Road, 

1 85 1. 1 The windings of the Wye — 

morning. 

1852. 120 The saw-pit. 

1856. 1169 Edward the Confessor's chapel, 
Westminster Abbey. 
Ebor Villa, Stratford Place, 

Camden Town. 
1865. 508 Roslyn Chapel. 
1869. 991 do. 

RICHARDSON, W. H. ... Architect. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1802. 186 View of a bridge at Port Elliot, 
Devon. 
4, Charlotte St,, Portland Place, 
1810. 828 Elevation of a house and 
offices, etc. 

RICHBBLL, Captain T Painter. 

Lieutenant of the ship Alfred, 
Chatham, 
1792. 476 His Majesty's ship Victory at 
Spithead, 1791. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Captain Richbell, R,N, 
1802. 598 His Majesty's ship Centaur, 
Capt. Markham, capturing 
the Junon, Alceste, and 
Courageux, French Frigates, 
Rear-Admiral Per^, in sight 
of the fleet under Vice- 
Admiral Lord Keith, in the 
Mediterranean, June 18 
1799. The French squadron 
was returning from Egypt. 



1803. 916 A view of Scarborough, with 
His Majesty's aimed ship 
Prince William, just anchor- 
ing in a fresh gale. 

1806. 46 View of the Tower with the 
Enterprize tender. 

1808. 205 The very gallant defence made 

by the Queen Charlotte, 
Berwick smack, Mr. W. 
Nesbitt commanding, which 
by superior skill and bravery, 
after an action of one hour 
and a half, beat off a French 
privateer of 14 guns, near 
Cromer, Jan. 4, 1804. 

1809. 74 The singular circumstance of 

His Majesty's ship Centaur, 
of 74 guns, Capt. Kirkham 
(? Markham), passing 
Gravesend at ten o'clock at 
night, by moonlight, Sep- 
tember 1797. 

1814. 216 The perilous situation of His 
Majesty's Tower cutter, 
Lieut. Cox commanding, on 
the morning of the 20th 
October, 181 1, having been 
driven by a heavy gale of 
wind from the south east, 
close to the edge of the 
Nore Sand. 

182 1. 96 View of part of Northfleet, 
Gravesend, and Tilbury Fort. 

1825. 7363 The perilous situation of His 
Majesty's ship Centaur, 74 
guns, Captain Kirkham 
(1 Markham) having just an- 
chored at 10 p.m., Dec. 27, 
1797, on a dangerous lee 
shore, outside of Kinsale 
Harbour, after encountering 
a violent gale of wind for 
nine days, off the coast of 
Ireland. 

RICHES, Charles M Painter. 

122, Fleet Street. 
1904. 100 Repairing the old trader. 

RICHES, J Architect. 

60, South Molton Street, 

1832. 1088 Remains of a Grecian temple. 

1833. 1024 Remains of a temple in the 

Acropolis of Athens. 

RICHETON, Leon Etcher. 

8, Brutiswick Place, 
1875. 1370 The broken pitcher; terra- 
cotta. 



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289 



1876. 1 179 Heads of Angels. After Sir 
J. Reynolds, P.R.A. 

39, Pembroke Square, 
1879. 1268 A Member of the Long Parlia- 
ment. After J. Pettie, R.A. 
1285 "Worrited." After E. Nicol, 
A.R.A. 

1 88 1. 1243 Theologians. After H. Hel- 

mick. 

1882. 1303 Professor J. S.Blackie; etching 

from life. 

21, Gracechurch Street, 

1885. 1637 The late Rt. Hon. Henry 

Fawcett, M.P. 

1886. 1478 Eling Charles's spaniels. After 

Sir E. Landseer, R.A. 
10, St, Mary Ahbotfs Terrace, 
1888. 161 1 Portrait of a Jew merchant 



RICHLEY, R Architect. 

5, King Street^ Holbom, 
182 1. 1064 Design for a bath. 
1827. 922 do. National Gallery. 



RICHMAN, F Painter. 

14, Leicester Street^ 

Golden Square, 
1813. 648 View of the ancient church of 
St Cross, Hampshire. 
868 do. do. 



RICHMOND, George, R,A., D.CL,, 

F.S.A., LL,D Painter. 

42, Half Moon Street, 
1825. 333 Abel the shepherd. 
1828. 283 Christ and the woman of Sa- 
maria. ''Jesus saith unto 
her. Woman, believe me, the 
hour Cometh when ye shall 
neither in this mountain nor 
yet at Jerusalem worship the 
Father." 

1830. 10 The eve of separation. 

458 The witch, from Ben Jonson's 

Sad Shepherdess. 
668 Portrait of an artist. 
687 do. officer. 

728 Hugh Doherty, Esq. 

21, Northumberland Street^ 

New Road, 

183 1. 12 Pilgrim. 

16, Beaumont Street^ 

Devonshire Place, 
1833. 538 William Wilberforce, Esq. 
547 Lord Teignmouth. 
556 Henry Seymour, Esq. 
635 Sketch of a gentleman. 

VI. 



1834. 473 Capt. Fletcher, ist Life Guards. 
479 John Sweetman, Esq. 

560 The Bishop of Chester. {Sum- 
ner,) 

584 Lord Sidmouth. 

608 Henry Russell, Esq. 

609 Portrait of a lady. 

1835. 476 The children of Joseph Wil- 

son, Esq. 
543 Charles Russell, Esq., M.P. 
560 Robert R. Pennington, Esq. 
562 A. Rolls, Esq. 
605 Mrs. Gore Currie. 
736 Gore Currie, Esq. 

1836. 477 George Farmer, Esq. 

505 Two children of John Graham, 
Esq., Clapham Common. 

541 Four children of Robert 
Philips, Esq. 

552 Sketch of — Gordon, Esq. 

570 Thomas Coutts Lock, Esq., 

Civil Service, Bengal. 

571 Mrs. Robert Philips and her 

infant son. 
576 Sketch of a gentleman. 

585 Richard, son of Samuel Hoare, 

Esq. 

1837. 552 Joseph John Gumey, Esq. 

572 Barton Philips, Esq. 

585 John Jebb, infant son of the 
Rev. Charles Forster, Esq. 

591 Mrs. Samuel Hoare and her 
children. 

604 Christobel and Capel, the 
children of Barton Philips, 
Esq. 

682 Rev. Francis Cunningham. 

744 Portrait of a gentleman. 

984 Thomas Fowell Buxton, Esq., 
M.P. 
1840. 547 The children of Colonel Lind- 
say. 
16 (Octagon room.) Our Saviour 
and two disciples. "And 
they drew nigh unto the 
village, whither they went: 
and he made as though he 
would have gone further, 
etc." — Luke, xxiv, 28, 29. 
1842.- 600 The daughters of Samuel 
Hoare, Esq. 

624 Ernest, the son of Hensleigh 
Wedgwood, Esq. 

658 Charles Balfour, Esq., Grena- 
dier Guards. 

667 Mrs. Wheeler. 

681 Capt. Henry Trotter, R.N. 

696 Mrs. Gurney Hoare and two 
children. 

732 Thomas Holroyd, Esq. 

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290 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Richmond, George, R,A,, D.C.L.,KS.A.y 
LL,D, — continued. 

10, York St. J Portman Square, 
1843. '^^3 The 'daughter of Lord Lang- 
dale. 
1034 John Crofts, Esq., 7th Dra- 
goon Guards. 
1061 John Raskin, Esq. 
1845. 942 The Rt Hon. Thomas Gran- 
ville. 
974 Miss M. Younge. 
998 Mrs. Fry. 
1025 Granville, son of William Leve- 

son Gower, Esq. 
1033 Inglis and Henrietta, the 

children of Mrs. Synnot. 
1039 The children of Captain and 

Lady Jane Swinburne. 
1058 The late Hon. Baron Gumey. 
1090 Portrait of a lady. 
946 Mrs. Alfred Hardcastle. 
990 The daughter of George Lock, 



1847. 



1002 Mrs. Gibbs. 
1009 Mrs. Neill Malcolm. 
1016 Neill Malcolm, Esq. 
io27*Lady Coltman. 
1052 The daughters of Harford Bat- 
tersby, Esq. 
1848. 1048 Two daughters of the Bishop 
of London. (Biomfield.) 
1060 Three daughters of Thomas 
Gladstone, Esq.' 
1855- »59 The Rt. Hon. Sir Robert 
Harry Inglis, Bart., D.C.L., 
late and for nine parliaments 
one of the Burgesses of the 
University of Oxford. Painted 
for the Picture Gallery of 
the University. 
386 The Bishop of New Zealand. 
(George Augustus Sehuyn,) 
Painted for St Johf^s College, 
Cambridge. 
622 H. J. Richmond. 
795 Mrs. Richard Partridge. 
847 The Rt. Hon. Lord Lynd- 

hurst. 
886 Mrs. William Benson. 
1066 Mrs. Charles Baston. 
1857. »44 The Rev. W. H. E. Bentinck, 
Rector of Sigglesthorne, 
Canon and Archdeacon of 
Westminster. Presentation 
Portrait. 
224 The Vice-Chancellor Sir Rich- 
ard T. Kindersley. 
531 The Rev. Charles Forster, 
B.D., Six Preacher, of Can- 
terbury. 



1857- .^23 Sir John Robinson, Bart., 
D.C.L., Lord Chief Justice 
of Upper Canada. 
737 John Ruskin, Esq. 
780 Henry Drummond, Esq., M.P. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1858. 61 Sir Edward Kerrison, Bart., 

M.P. Presentation Portrait. 

233 The fEarl of Leicester. Pre- 
sentation Portrait. 

276 << And there appeared an angel 
unto Him from Heaven, 
strengthening Him." — Luke, 
xxii, 43. 

399 Cecilia Sarah Richmond. 

569 Lady Katharine Scott. 

694 The Marquis of Lothian. 

701 H.R.H. The Prince of Wales. 

728 Rt. Hon. Stephen Lushington. 

1859. 23 The Bishop of Salisbury. (W. 

K. Hamilton.) 
95 The late Captain Sir Charles 
Hotham, R.N., K.C.B., 
Governor of the Colony of 
Victoria. Painted for the 
City of Melbourne, 

467 Portrait of a gentleman. 

510 The Very Rev. Richard Chen- 
evix Trench, D.D., Dean of 
Westminster and of the most 
Honourable Order of the 
Bath. 

512 Sir Frederick Rogers, Bart. 

723 Rev. Christopher Wordsworth, 
D.D., Canon of Westminster. 

790 The Bishop of British Colum- 
bia. (George Hills.) 
i860. 17 Archdeacon Musgrave, D.D., 
Vicar of Halifax. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

198 William Gilpin, Esq., Christ's 
Hospital. 

335 Mrs. Hook. Presented to the 
Dean of Chichester. 

356 Mrs. Thomas Henry Farrer. 

404 The Dowager Lady Rogers. 
415 Mrs. Long. 

487 Colonel Greathed, C.B., D.C.L. 

740 The Earl of Elgin. 
1861. 171 The Earl of Harrowby, K.G. 

181 Charles Malpas, Esq. 

253 Samuel Trehawke Kekewich, 
Esq., M.P. Presentation 
portrait. 

288 Samuel Fisher, Esq., Clerk to 
the Merchant Taylors' Com- 
pany. Painted for the Com- 
pany. 

405 Lord Auckland, Bishop of Bath 

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291 



1861. 511 Sunset seen from Hyde Park. 
617 Sir Harry Vemey, Bart, M.P. 
819 E. M. Ward, Esq., R.A. 

1862. 76 The Very Rev. the Dean of 

Wells. {George Henry Sach- 

everell Johnson. ) 
242 Lord Cranworth. 
342 Octavius Wigram, Esq. 
414 The Hon. Very Rev. the Dean 

of York. {Hon, Augustus 

Duncombe,) 
423 Samuel Whitbread, Esq., M.P. 
436 Lord Clinton. 
654 Christopher Hodgson, Esq. 

Painted for Marlborough 

College. 
685 Mrs. Llewelyn Davis. 

1863. 24 Mrs. Francis Trench. 

61 The Archbishop of Canter- 
bury. (Zongley.) 

281 The Earl of Home. 

339 Rev. Henry Venn, Prebendary 
ofSt.PauFs Cathedral, Hon- 
orary Secretary of the Church 
Missionary Society. Painted 
for the Committee Room. 

607 Little boy lost (See Blake's 
Poems.) 

79« The Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G. 

1864. 171 The Countess of Home. 

300 Comus, " The Measure," etc. 
389 Sir Henry Dashwood, Bart. 
662 Lord Augustus Hervey. 
673 The Rev. John Keble. 

1865. 61 The Bishop of Oxford. (&/ww^/ 

Wilberforce.) Presentation 

portrait. 
207 Her late Highness Maharanee 

Chund Kowr; a study from 

life for a larger picture. 
227 The Rev. Daniel Moore, M.A. 

Presentation portrait. 
244 Mrs. Allen. 
271 The Duke of Buccleuch and 

Queensbury, K.G., K.T. 
330 Meaburn Tatham, Esq. 
692 The Very Rev. the Dean of 

Christchurch. (Liddell.) 
(Elected R.A. in 1867.) 
1 868. 59 The Bishop of Oxford ( Wilber- 
force\ Lord High Almoner, 

Honorary Chaplain to the 

Royal Academy. Diploma 

picture. 
66 Sir Thomas Watson, Bart., 

D.D. Replica of a picture 

painted for the Fellows of the 

Royal College of Physicians. 
306 The Rev. Joseph Lloyd Brere- 

ton, founder of the Devon 



County School, Prebendary 
of Exeter and late Rector of 
West Buckland. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

1868. 311 Mrs. Brereton. Presentation 

portrait. 
473 Peter Ormrod, Esq. 
547 Henry Ford Barclay, Esq. 
584 Sir J. Fowell Buxton, Bart., 

M.P. 

1869. 81 Rev. A. G. Butler, late Head 

Master of Haileybury Col- 
lege. Painted for the Great 
Hally Haileybury. 

Thos. Worsley, D.D., Master 
of Downing College and late 
Christian Advocate in the 
University of Cambridge. 

Frederick J. Toulmin, Esq., 
F.R.C.S. Presentation por- 
trait. 

Oswald Smith, Esq. 

Mrs. George Moore. 

William Selwyn, D.D., one of 
Her Majesty's Chaplains, 
Canon of Ely Cathedral, 
Lady Margaret's Reader in 
Theology, Cambridge. 

The Rt Hon. James Clarke 
Lawrence, M.P., Lord 
Mayor. Painted for the Car- 
penters^ Company. 

The Venerable Archdeacon 
Bickersteth, D.D., Prolocu- 
tor of the Convocation of 
Canterbury. 

1872. 20 Sir James J. Chalk, late Sec- 

retary to " The Ecclesiastical 
Commissioners for Eng- 
land." Presentation portrait. 

94 Lady Lucy Calvert. 

194 The Lord Chancellor. Pre- 
sented to Lady Hatherley by 
the parishes of St. Margaret 
and St. John the Evangelist^ 
Westminster^ etc. 

274 The Marquess of Hertford. 
Presentation portrait. 

336 The Rt Hon. Edward Card- 
well, M.P. 

462 Lord Wenlock. 

600 Shahzadah, Victor Albert, 
eldest son of the Maharajah 
Duleep Singh. 

638 Richard Quain, Esq. 

1873. 71 Mrs. Edward EUice. 

287 The Rev. Francis Knyvett 
Leighton, D.D., Warden of 
All Souls' College, Oxford, 
Painted for tlie College Hall. 



168 



302 



315 
386 

403 



499 



734 



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Richmond, George, R,A,, D,C.L,, F.S.A,, 
LL,D. — continued, 

1873. 290 The Marquis of Salisbury, 
Chancellor of the University 
of Oxford. 

408 Alfred Harris, Esq. 

414 # • # Painted for Earl 
Beauchamp. 

452 Major-General Arthur Caven- 
dish Bentinck. 

463 George Burrows, Esq., M.D., 
D.C.L., F.R.S., President of 
the Royal College of Phy- 
sicians, Physician Extra- 
ordinary to the Queen. 

499 The Earl of Radnor. 
1875. 290 Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart., 
F.R.S., President of the Al- 
liance British and Foreign 
Life and Fire Assurance 
Company. Painted fot the 
Board Room, 

1877. 131 HerveyGoodwin,D.D., Bishop 

of Carlisle. 
281 Earl Granville, K.G. 
338 The Hon. Sir Anthony Cleasby, 

Baron of the Exchequer. 
449 The Rev. Edward Stuart Tal- 
bot, M.A., Warden of Keble 

College, Oxford. 
545 The late Earl of Leven and 

Melville. 
590 Arthur James Balfour, Esq., 

M.P. 
596 The Earl of Dalkeith, M.P. 
951 The Marchioness of Salisbury 

with her son. Lord Cran- 

borne. 

1878. 59 The Marquis of Bath. 

287 The Rt. Hon. W. H. Smith, 
M.P. 

301 Robert Smith, Esq. 

460 The late Sir George Gilbert 
Scott, R.A. Painted for the 
Royal Institute of British 
Architects, 

548 T. H. Wyatt, Esq., F.S.A., 
Past President of the Royal 
Institute of British Archi- 
tects. Painted for the So- 
ciety. 
1355 The Rev. G. Currey, D.D., 
Master of Charterhouse, 
London. 
1359 The Very Rev. Dr. Howson, 
Dean of Chester. Painted 
for Liverpool College, 

1879. 56 Sir W. H. Stephenson, K.C.B. 
139 The Earl of Leven and Mel- 
ville. 



1879. 2^3 Eustratius Ralli, Esq. 

492 The Rt. Hon. Spencer Horatio 
Walpole, M.P. 

1880. 201 Lady Belper. 

268 The Archbishop of Canter- 
bury. {A, C. Tail.) Painted 
for Lambeth Palace, 
283 The Rev. Samuel Kettlewell. 
1432 The Rev. Henry Parry Liddon, 

D.D., Canon of St. Paul's, 
1490 Francis Henry Dickinson, Esq. 
Presentation portrait, 
1884. 1787 The late Dr. Pusey; bust, 
marble. 



RICHMOND, James C Painter. 

34, Clarendon Road^ 

Not ting mil. 
1878. 812 Taranaki, New Zealand. 

RICHMOND, John Architect. 

7, Great College Street, 

Westminster. 
1898. 1623 Chequers mead, Northaw. 

RICHMOND, Thomas. 

Miniature Painter. 

8, South Street, 

Berkeley Square, 
1795. 46a Portrait of a lady. 
II, South Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1796* 542 A frame containing six minia- 
tures. 
548 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1797. 868 do. do. 
929 Portrait of a lady. 
973 A portrait. 

1798. 741 A drawing. 
778 A portrait. 
844 do. 

1799. 451 Portrait of a lady. 
755 A portrait. 

42, Half Moon Street. 

1800. 871 Two portraits. 

1 80 1. 741 A frame containing six por- 

traits. 
1804. 779 A portrait. 
1808. 390 A drawing. 
393 do. 

1 8 10. 665 Frame with three miniatures. 

1 81 1. 605 A frame containing three por- 

traits. 
679 A portrait. 

1 81 3. 542 Frame containing three por- 
traits. 

1815. 573 A frame containing three 
miniatures. 



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18 1 9. 958 Frame containing two por- 
traits. 
182 1. 820 Portrait. 

880 Portrait of a lady. 
1825. 793 A portrait. 

797 do. 

1827. 680 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1828. 915 Portrait. 

1829. 933 do. 



RICHMOND, Thomas, Junr. 

Miniature Painter. 
42, Half Moon Street, 
1822. 692 Portrait of an artist. 
1825. 858 do. a gentleman. 
T. Richmond^ 

55, Berners Street, 
1838. 560 Portrait of a gentleman. {Oil 
painting,) 
714 Portrait of a lady. 
775 W. A. Wilkinson, Esq. 

1023 Mrs. O. A. Wilkinson. 
16, Beaumont Street^ 

Devonshire Place, 

1844. 594 Mrs. Hodgson. {Oil paint- 

936 Henry Can- Glyn, R.N. 

1845. 975 Captain Glyn, Grenadier 

Guards. 
992 Robert Harris Greathead, Esq., 

Bengal Civil Service. 
996 Portrait of an officer in Prince 

Albert's Own Hussars. 

1024 Rev. William Adams. 

1846. 727 William Rivett Carnac, Esq., 

Bengal Civil Service. 
1033 Thomas B. Harrison, Esq., 

Bengal Cavalry. 
1058 Edward Hailstone, Esq. 
1144 Legh S. Richmond, Esq. 
1 153 Benjamin Harrison, Esq. 

1847. 1001 Countess Dowager of Clon- 

mell. 
103 1 Portraits of Harry and 

Georgiana Gorden. 
1042 Mrs. Clement Esdaile. 
1047 Edward Delafield, Esq. 
1057 Mrs. Farquharson. 

1848. 1024 Arthur Webster, Esq. 
1040 Mrs. Oglander. 

1849. 754 Mrs. Blair. 

796 The Bishop of Worcester. 

{Henry Pepys.) 
857 Benjamin Cotton, Esq. 
957 Mrs. Kirby. 
977 The children of the Rev. Sir 

Henry Thompson, Bart. 

1850. 71a William Lempriere, Esq., New- 

castle Scholar, 1849, and 



Scholar of Trinity College, 
Oxford. 

1850. 943 Edward Plumptree Harrison, 

Esq., Bengal Infantry, 
loii Leonard Arthur, Esq., Bengal 

Cavalry. 
io$9 Edward Francis Harrison, Esq., 

Bengal Civil Service. 
1076 Portrait of a lady. 

185 1. 1 1 29 William Lempriere Lewis, 

Esq., Trinity College, Ox- 
ford. 

1 1 69 Mrs. John Ruskin. 

1178 James Hayes Sadler, Esq. 

1852. 946 Revd. Thomas Whateley. 
1004 A. J. Macrony, Esq., of Dun- 
cairn. 

1853. 998 Mrs. Parry Nisbet. 
1011 Philip G. Coney, Esq. 
1032 Mrs. Manning. 

RICHMOND, Sir William Blake, 
K,C.B,, R,A,, D,C,L,, LL,D„ PSA, 

Painter. 

10, York Street^ 

Portman Square, 

1 86 1. 647 Walter and John, brothers of 

the painter. 

1862. 122 John Richmond. 

1863. 679 Mary, daughter of John W. 

Ogle, Esq., M.D. 

1864. 119 Miss Julia Farrer. 
374 Miss Amy Jeffreys. 
684 A portrait. 

29, Albion Street, Hyde Park. 

1865. 237 Mary resting. 

10, York Street, 

1869. 277 A procession in honour of 

Bacchus at the time of the 

vintage. 

Beaver Lodge, Hammersmith, 

1871. 523 Bowl players. 

530 Lady F. Cavendish. 

1872. 172 Mary and Agatha, daughters 

of J. S. Hodgson. 

483 Miss Beaumont. 

498 The lament of Ariadne. " No 
hope, no succour, no escape, 
tic:'— Theodore Martin, 

636 Viscountess Halifax. 
105 1 Amy, daughter of W. B. Beau- 
mont, Esq., M.P. 
1874. 687 Prometheus bound. 

721 Lord Frederick Cavendish. 

1876. 373 Miss Charlotte H. Richmond. 
945 Near Via Reggio, where Shel- 
ley's body was found. 

1277 The Hon. Miss Labouchere. 

1877. 527 Lady Susan Harcourt. 
988 Sir Harry Verney, Bart. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Richmond, Sir William Blake, K.CB.^ 
J^,A., n.CZ., LL,D., F.S.A.— continued. 

1887. 133 "The thoughts of youth are 

long, long thoughts.'' 
269 Mrs. Baird Smith. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1888. a I Prince Von Bismarck. 

345 Mrs. J. A. Fuller Maitland. 
357 Mrs. Ernest Moon. 
439 Viscountess Hood. 

6, Holland Park Road, 

1889. 49 Timothy Holmes, Esq. Fainted 

for St. Georges Hospital. 
^\%^ The Arcadian Shepherd. 
"Sweet is the breath of 
mom, etc." {Sculpture.) 

1890. 124 The Bishop of Durham. 

{Brooke Foss WesUott.) 
449 The Countess of Yarborough. 
666 The late Dr. Lightfoot, Bishop 

of Durham. 
Beaver Lodge^ Hammersmith. 

1 89 1. 167 The Ven. Archdeacon Pott, 

Archdeacon of Berkshire. 

FresentcUion portrait. 
360 Mrs. Alexander Mackay. 
487 Mrs. Wrightson. 
738 T. Wrightson, Esq. 

1895. 34 The Countess of Pembroke. 
145 Mrs. Frederick Vemey. 

569 Aphrodite between Eros and 

Himeros. 
1041 Misgivings. 
1325 William Rawlinson, Esq. 
1 341 Professor Mommsen. 
1713 Melchizedek blessing Abra- 
ham; cartoon for St. Paul's. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1896. 247 Rev. Canon Milman, M.A. 

Fresentation portrait. 
(Created K.C.B.) 

1899. 137 Miss Muriel Wilson. 

318 The Very Rev. the Dean of 
St. Paul's. {Dr. Robert 
Gregory.) 
1527 Mary, wife of Frederick Willis 
Farrer, Esq. 

1900. 138 Orpheus returning from the 

shades. "So Orpheus, seized 
and torn by the sharp fangs 
of an insatiate grief, etc."— 
Shelley. Diploma Work. 
585 Hon. Mr. Justice Kennedy. 
662 A summer cloud. 

1591 The Dowager Countess of 
Crawford and Balcarres. 

1606 Lady Wantage. 

16 1 5 Mrs. Walter Medlicott. 

1642 Barabbas at the Cross. 

1 90 1. 157 Miss Margaret Wrightson. 



1902. 126 Hera in the house of Hepha- 

istos. — Iliad. 
644 W. C. Cartwright, Esq. 

1903. 84 Phaeton — sunrise. 

195 The Archbishop of York. {Dr. 

W. Dalrymple Maclagan.) 
280 Alfred Higgins, Esq. 
1377 Mrs. H. Taylor. 

1904. 277 Madame Errera. 

483 Edward MichoUs, Esq., J.P. 
485 Miss Dove. 

553 Moses viewing the promised 
land. 

RICHTBR, Adrien Louis ... Painter. 

A. Richter, 2, Norfolk Street^ 
Middlesex HospitcU. 
1848. 89 A lady convalescent receives 
the congratulation of her 
child. 

RICHTBR, Professor Gustave. 

Painter. 
Berlin. 
1874. 194 H.R.H. the Duchess of Edin- 
burgh. 

RICHTBR, Miss Henrietta S. 

Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1842. 591 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

1844. 704 do. an officer. 

86, Lisson Grove. 

1845. *®S5 Portraits of the children of 

G. Lovell, Esq. 

1847. '073 Portraits of Mrs. John Gough 

Nichols and child. 

1848. 963 Portrait of a lady. 

1849. 976 do. do. 

RICHTBR, Henry J Painter. 

H. Richter, 

1 2, Great Newport Street. 

1788. 533 Landscape. 

534 do. 

1789. 518 Drawing from the Recess. 

535 Frame with five drawings. 

1790. 613 Frame containing two draw- 

ings. 
654 Drawing from the Recess. 
1792. 419 From the poems of Ossian. 
4*0 do. do. 

457 The dedication of the infant 
Samuel. 

26, Newman Street. 

1 80 1. 369 Portraits of Chev. Ruspini, 

Mr. Florich, Miss E. and 

C. Boys, and three young 

ladies. 

395 Mrs. W. Ruspini. 



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295 



1801. 411 Mr. W. Ruspini. 

1802. 590 A bacchante. 

1803. 68 Mr. J. Bull. 

1805. 647 Our Saviour walking on the 
sea. " And immediately 
Jesus stretched forth his 
hand and caught him, etc." 
— MattheWy xiv. 

1808. 652 Portraits of Miss Amelia Cur- 
ran, Misses £. and C. Boys, 
Miss A. Staunton, Miss Hal- 
ford, Master Roebuck, and 
Sir F. Burdett, Bart. 

19, London Street, 

1827. 398 The brute of a husband. 

6, Vere Street. 

1 84 1, (i-]^^ Portrait of a gentleman. 

86, Lisson Grove, 

1847. 685 Mrs. Alexander Kerr. 

1849. 983 Portrait of a lady. 

RICHTER, M Painter. 

Paris and at Mr, Miller' s^ 
30, Sussex Street, 
Bedford Square, 
1 85 1. 145 Dead game. 
704 do. 

RICKARDS, R Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1794. 19 A View of Caerphilly Castle, 
Glamorganshire. 

RICKARDS, Samuel. 

Miniature Painter. 
1, Fall Mall, 

1776. 253 Three portraits of gentlemen; 

in miniature. 

1777. 196 Portrait of a lady; in minia- 

ture. 

RICKARDS, T Architect. 

1 7, Prince's Street, 

Red Lion Square, 
1819. 1014 View of Hendon church. 

RICKATSON, Octavius Painter. 

22, Howland Street, 

1880. 877 Waste lands. 

1069 A swampy meadow. 

19, Nottingham Place, 

1 88 1. 656 A quiet spot. 

833 The old moat farm. 

1882. 16 An autumn evening. 

62 "Where'er the oaks thick 
branches stretch — a broader, 
browner shade." — Gray, 



1883. 



1884. 



1885. 

1886. 
1887. 



1889. 



1890. 
1893. 



388 "And one an English home, 
etc." 

446 When Autumn's gone. 

601 The pond in the woods. 

361 " Calm'and deep peace on this 
high wold, etc." — Tennyson, 

522 " Little Bo-peep." 

890 A Landscape. 

5, Fitzroy Square, 

767 Cottage homes. 
1205 March sunshine. 
1403 The brook. 
1 126 On the common. 

574 The maid of the mill. 
1 184 The lake in the woods. 
1*81 Near Bumham Beeches. 

20, Newman Street, 

410 On the river Suir, Ireland. 
1252 Coming twilight. 
13x0 The mill stream. 

388 In the bog of Allan. 

215 Autumn gone. 

478 The glow of autumn's noon. 



RICKBRBY, Miss Bliza G. 

Miniature Painter. 
Miss Rickerby, 
1840. 687 Portrait of a lady. 

Miss Eliza G, Rickerby, 

1843. 962 Miniature from life. 
1015 Flowers. 

Miss Elizabeth Rickerby, 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1844. 813 Portrait of a lady. 

RICKBTTS, Miss Amy. 

Miniature Painter. 
26, Grosvenor, Bath, 

1889. 1625 Three little maids. 

1890. 1449 Miss Agnes Huntingdon. 
1 51 1 Peggy; portrait of a lady. 



RICKBTTS, Charles Robert. 

Painter. 

4, Westminster Chambers, 
1870. 352 The rescue of the Investigators. 
Vide the "Discovery of 
the North-West Passage." 
** There was a little city, and 
few men within it, and there 
came a great King against 
it and besieged it, and built 
great bulwarks against it 
Now there was found in it a 
poor wise man, and he by 
his wisdom delivered the 
city. Yet no man remem- 
bered that same poor man." 
— Ecclesicutes, ix, 14, 15. 



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Ricketts, Charles Robert-— continued, 
187 1. 497 A Deal lugger and the "Sa- 
brina " lifeboat rescuing the 
crew of the " Hony Sveme" 
(Norwegian barque) wrecked 
on the Goodwin Sands Oc- 
tober nth, 1870. 

1873. 25 The turn of the tide. 
1 104 Billingsgate. 

79, Harcourt Terrace^ 

South Kensington, 

1874. 552 Billingsgate, 1873; before de- 

molition. 
568 «* Breakers ahead." 
663 The Bass Rock. 

RICKETTS, R Architect. 

3, King Street^ St,/ame^s. 
1792. 654 A South view of Northleach 
church, Gloucestershire. 

RICKETTS, William C Painter. 

20, Bank Streety 

Barboume^ Worcester, 

1900. 1330 Mushrooms. 

3, St, Stephen's Street, 

Barboume, Worcester, 
1903. 980 Wild roses. 

RICKMAN, Thomas Millar, F.S.A. 
See Lynam and Rickman, vol. v, 
page zig. 

RICKS, James Painter. 

27, Bedford Square, 

1 87 1 . 246 L'arrifere pens^e. 

17, Chaicott Crescent, 

1872. 386 Sunshine. 

1873. 151 La Priire d'une Vierge. 
473 Weary. 

1874. 46 Study of an Italian woman. 
594 Alcestis. 

598 Little friends. 

120, Adelaide Road, 
1877. 128 The book worm. 

RICOZZI, A Painter. 

Milan, 
1846. 129 ''Era coi, due suoi figlie." 

RIDDELL, James Painter. 

/. Riddel, 

Caerketton, Colinton, N,B, 

1895. 220 A simny bank in winter. 

1896. 319 Passing showers. 

/. Riddell. 

1 90 1. 796 Portrait of a boy. 



RIDDELL, R. A Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
^793' 503 South-east view of Dumfries 
in Scotland. 

RIDE, John Architect. 

GrecU Peter Street, 

Westminster, 
1773* 245 Elevation of a nobleman's 
town house 120 feet in 
front 

Chapel Street, Westminster. 
1781. 518 Plan of a mansion. 

519 Elevation of a mansion. 

RIDER, H Painter. 

I, Ashwood Terrace, 

Headingley, Leeds. 
1899. 458 A bit of old Hunstanton. 

RIDER, J Painter. 

80, Newman Street, 

1842. 664 (jNo title in catalogue,) 

12, Homtan Street. 

1843. SKI Lane scene. 

Uxbridge Common. 

1844. 69 Scene near Kenilworth, War- 

wickshire. 

71, Neuman Street. 
1^45. 521 Harrow from Uxbridge Com- 
mon, Middlesex. 

1846. 257 Scene in North Wales. 

43, ComhilL 

1847. 303 The ford. 

1848. 418 A Welsh lane. 

1849. 575 Distant view of the Isle of 

Wight. 

RIDER, William Painter. 

Leamington. 

1826. 235 Scene in Stoke Park, North 

Devon. 

1827. 103 Sheep reposing. 

S, Albion Street, Hyde Park. 
1838. 553 The rural cottage. 
1^39* 552 Landscape scene near Radford, 

Warwickshire. 

1840. 787 Lynmouth, North Devon. 

(the late.) 

1 84 1. 308 Bisham Abbey, on the Thames. 

RIDGE, Alfred Monday ... Architect. 
26, Clifton Road, Dalston. 
1866. 797 Design for a Hall of Science 
and Art. 

123, Newgate Street. 
1877. 1 1 84 New buildings. Chancery Lane. 




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1878. 1164 New buildings, Paternoster 
Square. 

1880. 1 196 96, Bond Street. 

1883. 1 1 59 Vernon Chambers, Blooms- 
bury. 

RIDGWAY, William Engraver. 

51, Devonshire Road^ N, 

1863. 989 A rest on the hill. After F. R. 

Pickersgill, R.A. 

1864. 834 The contrabandista. After 

J. PhiUip, R.A. 
52, Shrubland Grove^ Dakton, 

1869. 1094 Pirates of the Mediterranean. 

After F. R. Pickersgill, 
R.A. 

1870. 867 At Balmoral. Engraved for 

Her Majesty. 
3, Denmark Villas^ Acton, 

1 87 1 . 815 Nearing home. After T. Girard. 
1874. 1271 Lear and Cordelia. After 

Marcus Stone. 
Chester Villa, Ranelagh Rd., 
Ealing, 

1880. 1306 St. John and the Virgin. After 

E. Armitage, R.A. 

1 88 1. 1242 Political opponents. After John 

Burr. 
1885. i7'5 A Visit to iEsculapius. After 
E. J. Poynter, R.A. 

RIDLEY, Edward Painter. 

1 83 1. 159 Portrait of the artist. 

RIDLEY, Henry Stephen. 

Architect. 
31, Vincent Square, 

Westminster. 

1852. 1214 Artillery House, Victoria Street. 

1853. 1 1 18 Parsonage House at Hauxton, 

near Cambridge. 

1856. 1 124 Benefit Societies' Asylum, Balls 

Pond Road. 

1857. 1072 Infantry barracks. 

7, Bridge Street, Westminster, 

1858. 1019 Royal Albert Hotel, West- 

minster. 
1049 Staircase, Royal Albert Hotel, 
Westminster. 

1859. 1137 Design for Ellesmere memorial. 

RIDLEY, Matthew White ... Painter. 

3, Montpelier Square, 

Brompton, 
1862. 540 Seaham Harbour. 

569 A peep at the old mill. 
9S6 I^gh and dry; etching. 
987 Hi^ Level Bridgei Newcastle- 




1863. 
1865. 


282 

289 
148 


1373. 
1874. 


474 
371 
500 
S82 
696 


1876. 
1878. 
1880. 


464 

960 

1331 




1337 


1882. 
1883. 


8 
H39 



1888. 191 



4, Danes Inn, 
Two strings to the bow. 
The old pond. 

View on the Thames, Lime- 
house Reach. 

Z,John Street, Bedford Row, 
R. C. Saunders, Esq., R.N. 
A. W. Lyon, Esq. 
Mrs. Rodgers. 
A. Roberts, Esq. 
W. L. Thomas, Esq. 
158, Buckingham Palace Road, 
Sisters. 

Mrs. Metcalfe. 
Idleness; dry point. 
The trysting place; dry point. 
Peel Street, Campden Hill, 
The artist 
Miss A. E. Coles. 

WcUpole House, Chiswick, 
Mrs. M. W. Ridley. 



RIDLEY, S. H Painter. 

7, Dufouf^s Place. 
1 83 1. 71a Ruins of the great Temple at 
Balbec. 

RIDLEY, W Painter. 

91, Great Russell Street. 
1844. 107 View on the Thames, taken 
from shore near Gravesend. 
{Rideley in index, Riley in catalogue,) 

RIDLEY, W. J Architect. 

40, Chapter Street, VauxhcUl, 
1829. 1055 Design for a Gothic church. 
1063 do. do. 

RIDLEY-CORBETT. See C, vol. ii, 
page 162. 

RIOAUD, Miss E. A Painter. 

At Mr, Rigaud's. 

1797. 102 Portrait of a young lady. 

71, Great lYchfield Street, 

1798. 12 Miss M. Rigaud. 

272 Celadon and Amelia, from 
Thomson's Seasons. ** Mys- 
terious Heaven! that moment 
to the ground, A blacken'd 
corse was struck, the beaute- 
ous maid." 

372 Miss Poignand. 

553 Education, from Thomson's 
Seasons. "Delightful task to 
rear the tender thought." 

1799. 566 Miss Lucy Sisum. 

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Rigaud, Miss E. K.— continued, 

1799. 600 Rape of the Lock, from Pope. 

"Just then Clarissa drew, 
with tempting grace, a two- 
edged weapon from her shin- 
ing case, etc." 

1800. 95 Ruth and Boaz. "Then said 

Boaz unto Ruth . . . abide 
here fast by my maidens." — 
Ruth, ii, 8. 



RIOAUD, John Francis, R.A. 

Painter. 

At Mr. Luther^ 5, 

Frith Street, Soho. 

1772. an Jupiter, under the form of 

Diana, and the nymph 
Calisto. 

212 A Hercules. 

213 A portrait of an artist 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

20, Frith Street. 

1773. 246 Cupid sharpening his arrows, 

and Psyche sleeping at some 
distance. 

247 The Sybil asking Apollo to live 

as many years as she held 
grains of sand. 

248 Portrait of a lady. 

249 Portrait of a gentleman con- 

templating the analogy be- 
tween moral and natural 
beauty. {Mr, Bentley under- 
taker of the Staffordshire and 
Eiruscean [f^o/r.— Walpole.) 

250 Portrait of a gentleman deliver- 

ing a lecture on Milton. 
{Mr. Price.) 

251 Archimedes in the moment of 

discovering a geometrical 
truth. 
Comer of Richmond Buildings, 
Dean Street, Soho. 

1774. 230 A portrait of a gentleman; 

small whole length. 

231 do. do. do. 

232 Portraits of three children; 

three-quarters. 

233 Portrait of a gentleman. 

234 do. do. 

235 A portrait of a lady. 

236 Bacchus and Ariadne; a chiaro 

oscuro, kitcat. 

1775. 243 The entry of Edward, Prince 

of Wales (commonly called 
the Black Prince), into Lon- 
don with his royal prisoner. 
244 Portrait of a child beating a 
drum. 



1776. 



1777. 



1778. 



1779. 



1780. 



1781. 



1782. 
1783. 



254 Portrait of an artist. 

255 Boys at play, representing 

Spring and Autumn; aceiling 
piece. 

256 Portrait of a child. 

257 Agrippina landing at Brundu- 

sium with the ashes of Ger- 
manicus, and delivering the 
urn to the centurions to be 
carried to Rome; a drawing. 
Vide Tacitus. 
177 Portraits of two young ladies 
with their brother. 

278 Portraits of three artists. 

279 Portrait of a lady; kitcat. 

280 do. gentleman; kitcat 

281 A madonna and child. 

44, Great Tichfield Street. 

249 Portrait of an admiral; half 

length. 

250 Portrait of two children; whole 

lengths. 

251 Portrait of a young gentleman; 

three-quarters. 

252 AnallegoricalfigureofPainting. 

258 A foreign nobleman. "j 

259 do. 

260 A lady. three- 

261 do. quarters. 

262 A gentleman. 

263 do. - 
2 Portrait of a lady. 

44 do. lady with her son. 
do. gentleman, 
do. an officer, 

do. a young gentle- 
man. 
Portrait of a naval officer. 

do. do. 

Portrait of Dr. Foster and his 
son on the island of Ota- 
heite. 
78 Portrait of a gentleman and 
his daughter. {Mr. Cham- 
bers^ 
138 Our Saviour taken down from 
the cross; a sketch for the 
altar-piece lately put up at 
the Sardinian ambassador's 
chapel, 
zoi Portrait of a naval officer, 
do. lady. 
Portraits of three artists. 
Portrait of an artist, 
do. a lady, 
do. a foreign minister 
in his robes of the Polar 
Star. {Baron Nolkens.) 
Ruth and Boaz on the thresh- 
ing-floor. — Ruik^ ii^ IJ 



»44 
170 
308 

9 

62 



55 
III 
232 

377 
174 



179 




THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



299 



1784. 



1785. 



1786. 



1788. 



Wj^^ »»«9- 



(Elected R.A.) 

4 Portrait of a Westminster 

scholar. 
37 Young Hymen. 
90 Portraits of a young lady and 
her brother. (Miss and 
Master Wingham.) 

154 Portrait of a gentleman. (Mr, 
Bawyer,) 

171 Portrait of a Swedish lady of 
quality in her court dress, 
with her children. (Baroness 
Nolkens.) 

340 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
62 do. lady; three-quar- 

ters. 

124 Portrait of a gentleman; kit- 
cat. 

130 Griselda returning to her 
father. Vide the clerk of 
Oxford's tale, by Chaucer. 

136 Gualtherus and Griselda. — 
Vide the clerk of Oxford's 
tale, by Chaucer. 

143 Hebe; a portrait. 

205 The piety of Shem and 
Japheth; a sketch. 

37S Portrait of a child. 
II Portrait of Captain Joseph 
Brandt, alias Thayeadane- 
gea, of the Mohawks. 

loi Portrait of a gentleman. 

116 The Queen Dowager of Eng- 
land, widow of Edward the 
I Vth, delivering her son, the 
Duke of York, to the Car- 
dinal. ( Vide Rapin.) 

201 Phsyche returning from the 
palace of Proserpine. 

393 Portrait of a child. 

398 do. young lady. 

120 An old man's head; a study 
from nature. 

130 Edward III receiving the King 
of France in Westminster 
Hall. 

13s Vortigern and Rowena, or the 
first settlement of the Sax- 
ons in England. 

151 The Dutchess of C. relieved 
from her subterraneous 
prison. — Vide Mad, de Gen- 
li^s Letters upon Educa- 
tion, 

153 The Dutchess of C and 

the Count de Belmire at the 
masquerade. — Vide Mad, de 
Genli^s Letters upon Educa- 
tion. 

5 Brace of Pheasants. 



I 1789. 27 Col. Richard Lovelace and 
j Althea.— Vide Dodsley's An- 

I dent Poetry. 

Death of Lindamore. 

Head of an Armenian from 

nature. 
A Hermit at prayer. 
Portraits of a gentleman and 

his daughter. 
Bacchus; an Academy figure. 
71, Great Tichfield Street, 
A girl's head; from nature. 
The painter's family, (RigaucPs 

family) 
An old Vestal attending the 

sacred fire. 
A study for old Egeon. — 

Shakespeare's Cotnedy of 

Errors, 
The conversion of St. Paul. 
Mary Queen of Scots going to 

the place of execution. 
Mary Queen of Scots at prayers 

on the scaffold. 
Mary Queen of Scots at the 

block. 
Mary Queen of Scots be- 
headed. 
Portraits of three brothers. 

(The Masters Money,) 
A family of children. (The 

Rev. Dr, Thompson's) 
St. Peter. 
The sheriff entering the chapel 

of Mary Queen of Scots 

the morning of her execu- 
tion. 
The funeral procession of 

Mary Queen of Scots. 
The entombing of Mary Queen 

of Scots. 
Portrait of a general officer 

and Knight of the Bath. 
Portrait of a lady. 
The vision of St. John in the 

island of Patmos. 
Portraits of a nobleman and 

gentleman composing music. 

(Lord Abingdon,) 
Head of an old man; a study. 
Portrait of a Captain in the 

Navy. (Captain Maud,) 
The Exposing of Moses. — 

ExoduSy ii, 3. 
Portrait of an artist. 

do. a gentleman. (Dr^ 

Poignant,) 
Mary Magdalen. 
Happiness; a sketch executed 

at Guildhall. 





31 
63 




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173 




376 


1790. 


9» 
160 




222 




398 


I79I. 


47 
568 




569 




570 




571 


1792. 


45 




89 




91 
466 




467 


• 


468 


'793- 


222 




334 
596 



1794. 



45 
172 

183 

229 

258 

1795. 180 
355 



300 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Rigaud, John Francis, R.A.-^ontinued. 1 
1795- 3^3 Wisdom; a sketch executed at 
GuildhaU. 
374 Providence; a sketch executed 

at Guildhall. 
381 Innocence; a sketch executed 
at Guildhall 

1796. 80 The first interview of King 

Edgar and Elfrida. 

115 Lady Elizabeth Grey petition- 
ing King Edward the Fourth 
for her husband's lands. 

121 Portrait of a gentleman. {Al- 
derman Clarke^ 

1797. 65 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Osborne,^) 
105 A head of Cleopatra. 
117 Portrait of a nobleman and his 

family. {Lord Abingdon^ 
151 Dream of Telemachus on his 

voyage to Cyprus. 
164 Phaeton. 
454 A frame with two designs for 

ceilings already executed. 
465 A design for a ceiling; exe- 
cuted at the Trinity House. 
468 Hope; a specimen of fresco 

painting on Portland stone. 
484 Innocence; a specimen of 

fresco painting on Portland 

stone. 
773 Cupid; a specimen of fresco 

painting on Portland stone. 

1798. 123 The prayer of Judith, in the 

tent of Holofernes. " Streng- 
then m^ O Lord God of 
Israel this day." 

124 An emblematical figure of 
Truth. 

415 A study in Fresco of the As- 
cension; executed at St. 
Martin's, Outwich. 
i799« 47 Mr. Williams. 

102 Portrait of Mont. Mallet Du 
Pan. 

Ill Study of Heads. 

146 The Duchess of C. giving her 
daughter to the Count de 
Belmire. Je vous la donne, 
lui-dis je: Elle et ^ vous. — 
Madame de Genlis. 

150 The prodigal son returning to 
his father. " Father, I have 
sinned against heaven, etc." 

160 The nurse. " How oft has in- 
fant innocence imprest A 
mother's fondness on a 
nurse's breast." 

166 The Duchess of C coming 

out of the cave where she 



had been confined many 
years. Vide Mad, de Genit^s 
Adele and Theodore. 

1799. 210 Portrait of the late Mr. Per- 

rache, painter on Glass. 
293 Portrait of a lady. 

1800. 35 The Pensierosa. — Milton, 
128 Master J. Hoare. 

151 Peter denying Christ. — Luke^ 
xxii, V. 55. 

218 R. Money, Esq. 

275 Portrait of a lady. 

784 Design for a ceiling represent- 
ing the Seasons. 

1802. 181 Allegorical; representing the 

institution of the Literary 
Fund for the relief of authors 
in distress "See genius 
struggling with the ills of 
life, etc." 

1803. 49 Head of an old man. 

1804. 13 St John in the island of Pat- 

mos. 
50 Portrait of a gentleman. 

48, London Street. 

1806. 150 Sampson breaking his bonds. 

—fudges, XV, 14. 

1807. 47 Portrait of a gentleman. 

138 Jupiter presenting Diana with 
her bow and arrows, the de- 
sign for the principal com- 
partment in a ceiling exe- 
cuted last year for His 
Majesty at Windsor Castle. 

151 A mother and child. 

39, Upper Thornhaugh Street. 
1 810. 57 Manoah's sacrifice. "For it 
came to pass, when the 
flame went up towards Hea- 
ven from off the altar, that 
the Angel of the Lord as- 
cended in the flame of the 
altar, QtcJ'— Judges, xiii, 20. 

168 Pandora, when presented to 
Jupiter by Vulcan, receives 
the gifts of the Gods and 
Goddesses. 

RIGAUD, Stephen Francis... Painter. 
S. Rigaud, at Mr. Rigaud' s. 

1797. 142 Portrait of a young lady. 

309 Diomed, assisted by Pallas, 
kills Pandarus. — Iliad. 
71, Great Tichfield Street. 

1798. 17 Britannia, crowned by Victory, 

trampling under her feet the 
colours of France, Spain and 
Holland, and waving the 
standard of Great Britain; a 
sketch for a medallion. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



301 



1798. 166 Diana reposing. 

347 Jupiter and Thetis. "Suppliant 
the Goddess stood ; one hand 
she placed beneath his 
beard, etc." — IlicuL. 

486 Mr. J. L. Mallet. 

1799. 120 Rev. Mr. Nixon. 

212 Portrait of a clergyman. 

273 Minerva resuming her proper 
form and giving her last in- 
structions to Telemachus. 
French quotation, — Fenelon, 

278 Portrait of a lady. 

1800. 29 Mr. J. Sparrow. 

347 The widow. "Prone in the 
lonely grave of the dear man, 
^Xz:'— Blair. 
350 Belphoebe. "And ever when 
she nigh approach'd the dove 
would flit a little forward, 
etc." — Spenser, 
400 The Priestess of Juno drawn 
by her two sons, Cleobis and 
Bito, to the Temple, and 
imploring the blessing of the 
Gods upon them. — Plutarch, 
Venus wounded by Diomed. 
"With tender shrieks the 
goddess fiird the place, etc." 
— Pop^s Homer, 
Portraits of children. 
Mrs. J. Meymott. 
St. Cecilia. 

610 Designs from the Paradise Lost 
of Milton. 

61 1 Designs from the Paradise Re- 
gained of Milton. 

612 Designs from the Allegro and 
Penseroso, Masque of Co- 
mus, and Samson Agonistes 
of Milton. 

290 Miss Rigaud. 
588 J. Gillson, an old gardener. 
The dream of the Red Cross 

knight. " And she herselfe, 

of beautie sovereign Queene, 

etc." — Spenser, 
197 A Magdalen. 
658 Portrait of a gentleman. 
675 do. lady. 

1804. 397 Musidora. "But when her 

Damon's well-known hand 

she saw, etc." 
413 The prayer of Judith. "And 

Judith fell upon her face, 

and put ashes upon her head, 

etc." 
1808. 263 Portrait of Elfi Bey. 

626 View of Castle beach, Milford 

Haven. 



1801. 



1802. 
1803. 



5'2 



269 
291 
510 



162 



19, Upper Thomhaugh Street, 
18 10. 129 St. John the Baptist. 
1813. 123 La petite Glaneuse. 

144 Christ led to crucifixion. "And 
there followed him a great 
company of people, etc." — 
St, ZuhCf xxiii, 27, 28. 
178 The lavender girl. 
224 Christ the good shepherd. 
" He shall feed his flock like 
a shepherd, etc." — Isaiah, x, 
II. 

54, Pall Mall, 
1815. 152 David going forth against Go- 
liah. "Thou comest to me 
with a sword, etc." 
9, Wolfurn Buildings, 

Tavistock Square, 
1848. 850 The studious little girl. 



RIGBY, Cuthbcrt,^.^. ^.5.... Painter. 
28, Hesketh Street, 
811 Larch firs, Randal How, Cum- 
berland. 
680 An open glade in Milkingstead 

Wood, Cumberland. 
711 A moorland lake, North Wales. 
715 Miterdale, Cumberland. 
831 Bridge at Linbeck — April. 
866 Stanley Ghyll, Eskdale. 

HoUinhead, Eskdale, 
749 Boot Village, Cumberland — ^a 
November morning. 



1875. 
1876. 



1877. 
1881. 

1891. 



RIGBY, Harold A Engraver. 

40, Sydney Street, 
1904. 1405 Interior of a forge. After 
G. Sykes. 

RIGBY, Miss Honora M. ... Sculptor. 
Abbotts Hayes, Chester. 
1893. 1801 Design for a wall fountain. 

1896. 1868 "Trilby"; head. 

1897. 1966 Cassandra; bust. 

1900. 1982 Simplicity; head. 

2043 Cordelia; bust, marble. 

1 90 1. 1799 Innocence; head. 

1904. 1 81 9 Sweet rusticity; statuette. 



RIGG, Alfred Painter. 

44, Kirkgate, Bradford, 
234 Evening — Early spring. 
165 The approach of Night. 
28a The farm pond. 
589 Eventide. 
763 A Duck Pond. 
870 The Village Pond. 



1895. 
1896. 



1897. 



302 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



RIGO, Arthur H Painter. 

280, Swan Parade^ Bradford, 
1888. 973 Winter fuel. 

RIGG, Ernest H Painter. 

HinderweU^ Yorkshire, 
1897. 1040 "While there's life there's 
hope." 

1899. 34S North fisherman's bait. 
871 Reading to granny. 

280, Swan Arcade^ Bradford. 

1900. 1022 Grandfather's pets. 

1902. 672 Caught. 

1903. 599 Among the Poppies. 

Hinderwell. 

1904. 154 " Me and my family." 

RIGHTON, Miss K Painter. 

7, New Courts Carey Street. 
1904. 1067 My little model. 

RIGNY, Le Chevalier de Painter. 

1795* '55 A landscape and cattle. 
184 A Landscape. 
228 Landscape with allegorical 

figures. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1797. 389 Portrait of a young lady. 
390 do. do. 

758 View of the Orangerie in Kens- 
ington Gardens. 

827 Portrait of a young lady. 
— De Rigny, 
2, High Street^ Mary-le-bone^ 

1798. 699 View of Mr. King's house at 

Richmond. 
14, Edward Street^ 

Portman Square. 

1799. 102 1 View on the waterside. 

RILEY, Thomas Painter. 

Park Lodge^ 

Church Streety Chelsea. 
1880. 371 Maud; a study. 

1280 Old houses at Lauderneau, 

Finistfere. 
1305 Place St. Thomas Laudemeau; 

etching. 
1309 Sur le pont Laudemeau, Finis- 
terre; etching. 

I, ManresaRoad. 

1884. 1390 Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford ; 

etching. 

1885. 696 Expectant curiosity. 
1866 Original design for the diploma 

of the International Health 
Exhibition, 1884. 

1886. 735 The new faith. 
1888. 978 After the chase. "A wood 

nymph pierced by a deadly 



blow, Lay on the mossy 
rocks . . , and a maid who 
sought her sister passed" 
1S89. 323 Pastoral Symphony* 

443 St. Thecla, Virgin and Martyr, 
845 Captive. 
1029 Chloe, 

1890, 153 Un restful slumber. 

1 89 1. 23s Jealousy. 

608 At the garden wall. 
865 Littk Ducks, 
1S92. 77 The soul released. 
Ill Sleep. 

RILEY, W Painter. 

2, Southampton Sire€t. 
i847> 548 An Italian Minstrel. 

RIMER, Mrs* Louisa Serena. 

Painter, 
Miss S. L. Rimer^ 

85, Newman Strret* 
iB$6, 26 Japonicas and orchid. 
Mrs. S, Z, Rimer 

S5, Newman Strwet^ 
1857^ '"79 Flowers* 
1859* 17] Camellias and hyacinths. 
199 Rhododendron, 
601 Hothouse flowers, 
1S60, iSi Camellias, etc, 
t?^ Azaleas. 

20, Newman Street, 

1861. 2 Azaleas, etc. 

1862. 26 Spring flowers, 
162 Birthday presents* 

Miss 5, £. Rimer, 

80, Newman Street. 
1874* 956 Easter offerings, 

RIMER, WUliam Painter, 

4 J Barton Street^ Westminster, 
1846. 12J9 Scene from the Castle of In- 
dolence. '* Their only labour 
was J to kill the time," 

80, Nttvman Street, 
1867. 646 The pet of the dairy maids, 
1874. 1239 Portrait of a lady, 

J 164 Portrait 
1876. nog The fete day at Vivian Park; 
from Tennyson's "Princess." 
1117 The call to vespers; from 
^^^^^ " Princess." 

RIMING 




THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



303 



46, LincoMs Inn Fields. 

1882. 296 A Pyrenean Gave, near the 

village of Vidalos. 

Beechcroft-sup'Mare, 

1883. 273 A lonely country. 

1885. 193 A river of the Austrian forests. 
595 On the Edge of the Hallstadter 

See. 
Villa Regina^ Meran^ 

South Austria, 

1886. 32 On the Tees. 

46, Lincoln^ s Inn Fields, 

1887. 3S7 The valley of the Inn, above 

Innsbruck. 
1490 In St. Stephen's Cathedral, 
Vienna. 

1888. 1 162 " Far from the city's withering 

blight" — a corner of the 
Tyrol. 
26, Kensington Park Gardens. 

867 A quiet comer. 
1005 A lane — Italy. 

428 Clear air and free fishing, 
1 1 34 In Burgos Cathedral. 
1244 San Salvador, Seville. 

929 On the coast of Devon. 

969 The Campanile, Verona. 

973 Santiago de Compostella. 
1037 The porch of St. Anastasia, 

Verona, 
105a A street in Ronda. 
1 2 5 1 The Market place, Lugo, Spain. 
1333 San Pietro, Porto-Fino. 
1028 On the Italian Riviera. 
1023 Interior of Milan Cathedral. 

859 At Dresden. 

92s In Santiago de Compostella. 



1889. 

1891. 
1892. 

1895. 



1896. 

1897. 
1899. 
1901. 
1902. 



RIMMER, Heber Architect. 

6, Abbey Square^ Chester. 
1892. 1753 Design for a chapter house. 



RINEHART, William Henry. 

Sculptor. 
Fome. 



^ 



1872. 1524 Clytie. 



RING, A. T. N Architect. 

1852. 1227 Drawing room, East Horse- 
ley. 



RINGBL, Daniel Sculptor. 

29, Citk d*Autin^ Paris. 
1886. 1795 Monsieur Jules Gr^vy, Presid- 
ent of the French Republic; 
medallion, bronze. 



RING WOOD, R Sculptor. 

26, Albany Street. 

1835. 1 106 Medallion of a noble lord and 

lady. 

1836. 1 146 Bust of a young lady. 
1843. 1462 Medallion of an artist. 

RINNING, J Painter. 

Albion Mill^ Blackfriars Road. 
17^5' 5S9 View of a mill for beetling linen 
cloth. 

RINZI, Ernest ... Miniature Painter. 
107, High Holbom. 

1886. 137a Miss * * * 

1887. I3S4 Daniel Wellby, Esq. 

1888. 15*0 Mrs. Welby. 
15*5 Jessie. 

1566 Cecilia. 

1889. 1597 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1598 Mrs. J. Welby. 

'S99 Portrait of a lady. 

1600 Max Strauss, Esq. 

1601 Portrait of a lady. 

1602 Celia; a portrait. 

1603 Mrs. Max Strauss. 

The Hollies, 426, Fulham Foad. 

1890. 1504 Ina. 

1505 Mrs. Henry J. Dore. 

1506 J. A. D. S., Master of Tor- 

phichen. 

1507 Mrs. M. J. Crowder. 

1892. 1389 Minnie Way. 

1893. 1312 Ernest and Ina. 

1895. 1229 Miss Janet Ronald. 

1230 The late Marchioness of Aber- 

gavenny. 

1231 LadyDigby. 

i23» The late Lord Randolph H. 
Spencer Churchill. 

1896. 1410 The children of G. Lloyd 

Foster Harter, Esq. 
141 1 Mr. J. S. Brierley. 
141ft Miss Marion Terry. 
141 3 The late Lady Quain. 

1897. 1533 The late Miss Worrall. 

1534 Miss Anne Langton. 

1535 Mr. T. H. WorraU. 

1898. 1375 His Honour Judge Francis 

Henry Bacon. 

1376 Colonel Albert Brassey, M.P. 

1377 Hon. Mrs. Albert Brassey. 

1378 The late Major Edward Long- 

worth Lister. 

1379 John Taylor, Esq. 

1380 Miss Violet Fairfax Taylor. 

1 381 Capt. Denis St. G. Daly, York- 

shire Hussars. 
138ft Mrs. Denis St. G. Daly. 



304 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Rinzi, Ernest — continued. 
1899. 14 1 7 The late Thos. McDougal, 
Esq., of Raeshow. 

141 8 The late S. Panton W. Priest- 

ley, Esq. 

1419 Irene, daughter of G. P. Parker, 

Esq. 

1420 Portrait of a lady. 

1421 Aline,daughterofL.M. Lowen- 

stein, Esq. 
14" Margery, daughter of H. L. 

Symonds, Esq. 
1423 Constance, daughter of H. L. 

Symonds, Esq. 

RIOS, R. dc Los Painter. 

Z. da Rios, c/o T,Joy, 

80, Newman Strut, 
1888. 451 A last look. 

RIPLEY, Richard, Junr.... Architect. 
Great Portland Street, 

Cavendish Square, 
1779. 264 A design for a casine. 

RIPPINQILLE, Alex Painter. 

91, Dean Street, Soho, 
1834. «79 Portrait of a lady. 

RIPPINGILLE, Edward Villiers. 

Painter. 
76, Long Acre, 

1813. 374 Enlisting. 

1 8 14. 610 The cheat detected: a gaming 

house scene, in which are 
the portraits of three noto- 
rious swindlers. 

1819. 269 The Post-Office. 

Bristol, 

1820. 39 Portrait of the late E. Bird, 

Esq., R.A. Painted in 181 7. 
45 > Great Marlborough Street, 
1822. 276 A recruiting party. 

357 The Funeral Procession of W. 
Canynge toRadcliffe church, 
Bristol, in the reign of Ed- 
ward the 4th, 1474. 

The procession is headed 
by a cross bearer, succeeded 
by the several monastic fra- 
ternities to whom Canynge 
made bequests; next follow 
the Chantrey priests, the 
Poor Scholars, or choristers, 
and the Acolites bearing the 
censer, incense, and holy 
water vessels, and the offi- 
ciating Priest, attended by 



the Deacons, sprinkling holy 
water. Immediately preced- 
ing the bier are the Bishop 
and Abbots. The body of 
Canynge, surrounded by 
four gentlemen, bearing ban- 
ners, is followed by his rela- 
tives, and his real or poetic 
friend Rowley, and the ser- 
vants of his household. 
The Mayor and Corpora- 
tion, succeeded by promis- 
cuous followers, close the 
procession. In the fore- 
ground are portraits of some 
of the worthies of Bristol — 
the youth on the left hand 
with a lute, is intended for 
Chatterton; the succeeding 
faces to the right are Col- 
ston, Bird, and Southey. On 
the right is a portrait of 
Sebastian Cabot (with the 
dog), the discoverer of New- 
foundland, etc. etc. 

1824. 251 Stage coach travellers. 

Bristol. 

1825. 197 Ordeal by touch. 
1828. 287 Study of a head. 

288 do. do. 

289 do. do. 

290 do. do. 
412 Going to the fair. 

1 1 78 Study of a sleeping child. 
1205 Sympathy. 
1 83 1. 60 The miff. 

425 The spendthrift perplexed. 

France. 
1833. 12 Hasty studies of Courgainois k 
Calais. 
338 Le Jouer du violin. From the 
Courgain k Calais. 
5, Upper Gloucester Place, 

Dorset Square. 
1S34. 172 Poissardes of Calais. 

258 The introduction of the Bible. 
" After the translation of the 
Scriptures, at the Reforma- 
tion, they were placed and 
secured upon stone desks, 
erected for the purpose, that 
all might have access to 
them." 

S.John Street, Oxford Street. 
1836. 288 The tale of Sorrow. "So closed 
the melancholy tale, etc." 

Rome. 
1838. 194 Father and son; studies from 
Calabrian shepherds, now 
models at Rome. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



305 



1839. 462 Italian Brigands visiting a wine 

grower during the vintage. 

The locale of this picture 
is Sonnino, a small town in 
the heart of that grand chain 
of mountains which divides 
the Papal and the Neapoli- 
tan States, a few miles from 
Terracina. It is famed as 
the birthplace of the two 
notorious brigand leaders, 
Antonio and Gennaro Gas- 
berone, as well as most of 
their desperate band; its 
vicinity was for many years 
their headquarters and se- 
cure retreat. The two brig- 
ands in the picture are 
painted from Innocenzo 
Pennachio and Gregorio 
Monacelli, now at large by 
virtue of the Pope's pardon, 
but formerly members of 
the band. The two young 
women, the one spinning, 
the other sticking dried figs, 
are portraits of the daughters 
of Gennaro Gasberone. In 
the distance are Pipemo, 
Rocca, and Gorghia, etc 

1840. 438 Brigands visited by their 

friends and Manutengoli. 

{Long extract in Italian 
from a narrative by a 
brigand,) 

184 1. 1 161 The Vineyard. "O life how 

fresh, how bright thy morn- 
ing seems, etc." 

55, Bemers Street, 

1842. 167 Advice wasted. "The bandit 

seated is a portrait of Fren- 
taccio, one of the most cruel 
men of the band of Antonio 
Gasperone." 

325 An English servant attacked 
by robbers. An incident 
which occurred in a shoot- 
ing party near Rome, in 
1840. The robbers are the 
portraits of the notorious 
brigand chief, Gasperone, 
and one of his band. 

378 The presentation of a penitent 
in St. Peter's at Rome, 
during the holy week, to the 
Cardinal Grand Penitentiary, 
before offering himself for 
confession, attended by his 
family and some of his as- 
sociates. 

VI. 



1843. 165 Italian Peasants. 

S6i Festival of Bacchus. 

12, Percy Street. 

1844. 273 Beggars of the Roman Cam- 

pagna. 
275 Children of Sonnino, Italy. 

87, Albany Street 

1846. 512 Dividing an apple. 

699 The musing hour. " Await not 
his coming, abandon the 
thought, etc." 

1847. 301 A vision of happiness. "Vain 

man, whose little round of 
anxious life, etc." 

1848. 461 Beating the boundaries of a 

parish. 

1849. 445 Romance. " There is a region, 

boundless as the sky, etc." 
1 85 1. 68 "I know a bank whereon the 
wild thyme blows." — Mid- 
summer Nighfs Dream, 
/. V, Rippingille, 

257, Tottenham Court Road, 
1853. 1096 Holiday folk — scene near 
Corfu. 
E, V. R,, 9, Clarence Place, 

Pentonville Hill, 
1857. 473 Dewdrops. "With heart un- 
touched by aught that sears 
or blights, etc." 

RIPPINQILLE, R Painter. 

1822. 30 Leaving home. 
58 Lost money. 

RISCHGITZ, Miss Alice. 

Miniature Painter* 
Cambridge Lodge Studios^ 

Linden Gardens, 
1898. 1270 Little Christabel, daughter of 
C. Lawry, Esq. 

RISCHGITZ, Miss Mary Painter. 

Cambridge Lodge Studios. 

1887. 193 Single dahlias. 
849 Double poppies. 

1888. 87 Chrysanthemums. 
864 Heliotrope. 

1019 Peonies. 
1890. 597 Chrysanthemums. 
1903. 580 Kitchen table: still life. 

RISHWORTH, R Painter. 

12, Hay market. 
1830. 560 Waiting for the steamboat, 
Loch Lomond; sketch taken 
on the spot in 1829. 

RR 



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RISING, John Painter. 

Park S/,, Grosvenor Square, 

1785. 20 Portrait of a lady. 

16, Great Maddox Street^ 

Hanover Square, 

1 786. 428 Portrait of a gentleman. 
432 do. lady. 

1787. 2 A beggar boy. 

IS2 Portrait of a gentleman. 
211 do. do. 

398 do. do. 

5, Stafford Street, 

Old Bond Street, 

1788. 272 Ballad singers. 

369 Portrait of a gentleman. 
383 do. lady. 

9Ti/ermyn Street, 

1 789. 1 58 Portrait of a lady. 
174 do. do. 

224 do. gentleman. 

9, Bemers Street. 

1790. 98 Portrait of a gentleman. {Jdr. 

Wilberforce,) 
229 Infant piety. 
257 Portrait of a gentleman. (&> 

John Wright,) 
271 Portrait of a lady. ^-^rj.5fw/M.) 
284 The sentimental snepherd. 
289 A match girl. 
411 Portrait of a lady. 

1 79 1. 24 Portrait of a Counsellor. 

(AlUn.) 
45 Portrait of a young gentleman 

and his sister. 
78 Portrait of a gentleman. 
238 The rock, or Norfolk spinner. 
240 The reel. 
242 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Petit.) 
395 Portrait of a gentleman. 
401 A Fancy; portrait of a young 
lady. 

35, Leicester Square. 

1792. 139 Portrait of an admiral. {Ad- 

miral Arbuthnot.) 
140 Portrait of a gentleman. 
374 do. do. {Mr. 

Ker. 
1793- 35 Portrait of an artist. {Mr. 

Proctor^ 
206 Portrait of a gentleman. 
264 do. an eminent botanist 

{Dr. Smyth,) 
267 Portrait of the celebrated 

Master Seybold. 
279 Design. 
339 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Beardmare.) 
543 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs, 

Dolben,) 



85, Great Portland Place. 

1794. 156 Industry. 

250 Portrait of a gentleman. {Cap- 
tain Allen,) 

1795. *®7 Portrait ofa young lady. {Miss 

Hume,) 
164 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 

Browne.) 
222 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1796. 42 do. do. in the 

character of Glenalvon. 
186 Portrait ofa lady. (i!/ry.JK>w^.) 
216 Portrait of Arthur Young, Esq. 
241 Cottage Children. 
1797' 5 Portrait of a lady. 

119 do. gentleman. 

137 Smuggler's retreat. 

195 Portrait of an artist 
269 Anos^aygirl. 

716 A land storm and figures. 

717 Portrait of a Flemish gentle- 
man. 

4 Mr. Strafford. 
541 Mrs. Rising. 
602 Sir Cecil Bisshopp, Bart. 
713 Mr. Orford. 
745 Mr. Rising. 
88 The Rt. Hon. H. Dundas. 
183 Mr. Dick. 
264 Mrs. Staples. 

557 Mr. Jeffryes. 

558 Mr. Staples. 
3 38 Mrs. Orford. 
372 Mrs. W. Layton. 
676 The Norfolk wheat-setters. 
133 Mr. Newby. 
273 Liberty. 
257 F. Garratt, Esq. 
764 Lord Nelson. 
233 Count Zichy, an Hungarian 

officer. 
271 Mr. Ridgway. 
734 Marian and the gypsey. 

"Last Friday's eve, when as 

the sun was set, 
I, near our cot, a sallow gypsey 

met, etc. 
Upon my hand she cast a 

poring look. 
Bid me beware, and thrice her 
head she shook, etc." 

119 Miss Stevenson. 

120 Mr. C. Wright. 
593 Mrs. Maxwell and son. 
567 Portrait of a gentleman. 

196 Mr. R. Bloomfield, author of 
the Farmer's Boy. 

298 Mr. Watlen, composer of music. 
474 Portrait of a gentleman. 
2 T. Wright, Esq. 



1798. 
1799. 

1800. 

1801. 
1802. 
1803. 



1804. 



1805. 
1806. 



1807. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



307 



1807. 

1808. 

1809. 
1810. 
1812. 
1814. 



33 The infant Narcissus. 

245 Travellers reposing. 

168 Dr. Hooper. 

411 Mr. Second. 

20 Lord Melville. 

310 H. Bridgeman, Esq. 

$6 Portrait of himself. 

18 Attention. 

19 Girl with grapes. 



RISING, W. H Painter. 

85, Grrat Portland Street, 
18 1 8. 531 Carisbrook Castle, Isle of 
Wight. 
752 Portrait of a nun. 



RISLEY, J. 
Rislcy (J.)* 



See Smith (A.) and 



RITCHIE. See Brandon and Ritchie, 
vol. i, page 270. 

RITCHIE, A Architect. 

1 1, Betuoir Street ^ Pimlico, 
1842. 1 104 St. Giles's Church, Camberwell. 

1844. 1223 Design for a fountain. 

1845. "53 Clifton Union Workhouse. 

RITCHIE, Alexander Hendyside, 

A,R.S.A Sculptor. 

A. Ritchie^ Edinburgh, 
1830. 1267 Marble bust of Joseph Hume, 
Esq., M.P. 

Musselburgh, 

1836. 1091 Bust in marble of the Rt. Hon. 

James Abercrombie, Speaker 
of the House of Commons. 
1097 Bust of Lady S. H., aged 15. 

1837. 1201 do. Master William Rigby 

Murray. 

1245 Bust of the late Dr. Andrew 
Thomson, to be executed in 
marble for the Presbytery 
Hall, Edinburgh. 

1284 Bust of Chevalier Thorwaldsen 
(Sculptor, Rome). 

1838. 1325 Bust in marble of W. Paxton, 

Esq. 
1365 Bust of Mrs. Thomas Banner- 
man. 
137s Bust of the Rev. George Lee, 
to be placed in the Hull 
Mechanic's Institute. 
A. H. Ritchie^ Edinburgh, 
1857. 1250 Scotch lassie; statue in marble. 

Musselburgh. 
1868. 1108 Bust of an artist. 



RITCHIE, Charles E Painter. 

7, Primrose Hill Studios, 

1898. 280 A reverie. 

617 Flowers of Finisterre. 

1899. Ill A Suffolk Landscape. 

RITCHIE, John Sculptor. 

Musselburgh. 
1840. 1098 The Flood; a group. 

RITCHIE, John Painter. 

Tudor Lodge, Albert Street. 
1858. 862 The Huguenot conventicle 
suppressed. 
1 10 1 Danger past. 

16, Selwood Place, Brotnpton. 
i860. 449 The strolling players. 
1 86 1. 89 The shadow on the tree. 
230 A case of assault 
Willow Cottage, 

Shepherd's Bush, 

1867. 281 A Vestry meeting; something 

wrong with the accounts. 

1868. 386 Church discipline; doing pen- 

ance. 

1869. 35 The history of a young life. 
321 A hard bargain. 

1870. 33* The young King (James VI), 

at church. 

187 1. Ill The tinker. 

261 A London merchant fishing for 
salmon off the Old Swan 
stairs in the sixteenth cen- 
tury. 
Montgomery House, Bexley. 

1872. 298 The Pharisee and Publican. 
514 The town crier. 

1S73. 339 Rogues in bond. 
1088 Dividing the spoil. 

1874. 496 Stop thief! 

1875. 80 Right of way. 

RITCHIE, Robert Architect. 

6, Blackheath Hill, 
1847. 1080 Interior of a church. 

RITTER, Lorenz Painter. 

2, Connaught Square, 
1881. 759 The Castle of Nuremberg. 

RITTER, Louis Painter. 

10, Park Road, Regenfs Park, 
1884. 521 Olivia. 

RIVAZ, Claude F Painter. 

9, Rue Campagne Premiere, 

Paris, 
1^95* 3^3 Absinthe. 



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1799. 
1800. 



1801. 



1802. 



RIVERS, C Miniature Painter. 

7, ChaiTs Row, 

Gray's Inn Lane. 
700 Portrait of his father. 
381 Mrs. Walpole. 
594 Ariadne. Vide Chaucer's 
poems. 

40, Mincing Lane, 
399 Pyramus and Thisbe. Vide 

Ovid Met, 
75S Captain J. Nash of the Navy. 
17, Charles Street^ 

Covent Garden, 
546 Ghost of Caesar appearing to 
'^dxXmz,— Julius Ccesar^ act 
iv, sc. 7. 
548 A sketch: Fancy. 
663 Belisarius conversing with Ti- 
berius and Justinian. Vide 
MarmonteL 
734 Mrs. Glover, late Miss Better- 
ton, of Covent Garden 
Theatre. 
Richmond Buildings^ 

Dean Street, Soho, 
1804. 648 A drawing. 

RIVERS, C. A Sculptor. 

26, Derby Road, Kingsland, 

1 83 1. 1126 Bust of the Rev. Daniel Wil- 

son, M.A., Vicar of Isling- 
ton. 

1 151 Mars. 

1177 Bust of Robert Edward Brough- 
ton, Esq., one of the Magis- 
trates of Worship Street. 

1832. 1188 Bust of the late William Hol- 

den, Esq., Secretary of the 
Exchequer Bill Office, Old 
South Sea House. 

1833. 1158 Bust of the late William Henry 

Pattison, Esq., Barrister, un- 
fortunately drowned with his 
lady in the Lac de Gauve 
near Cauterets, in the de- 
partment of the High Py- 
renees, in the Autumn of 
1832. 
1162 Bust of the late Sir Thomas 
Lawrence, P.R.A. 

1165 Bust of the late Henry Arthur 

Broughton, Esq. 

1 166 Bust of John Andree, Esq., 

M.P. 

1834. 1060 Bust of a lady. 

106 1 Bust of the Rev. John Lindsay, 

Dulwich College. 

1062 Bust of a gentleman. 

1064 do. lady. 

1065 do. child. 



1834. 

1835- 
1836. 



1837. 



1838. 



1 09 1 Bust of a gentleman. 

1093 do. do. 

II 16 Bust of Sir William Blizard, 

Surgeon, F.R.S. 
1109 Bust of the late Rev. Ozias 

linley. 
ma Bust of Sir F. Fowke, Bart. 
1 131 Bust of the Rev. William Yate, 

Church Missionary to New 

Zealand. 

II, Church Street, Islingiam. 
1144 Bust of Master L. Perkins. 
1 147 do. Master A. Perkins. 

1150 do. the late Madame Mali* 
bran. 

1154 Bust of the Rt. Rev. Daniel 
Wilson, Bishop of Cal- 
cutta. 
1 1 56 Bust of Jacob Perkins, Esq., 

Civil Engineer. 
1258 Statue of Mrs. Elizabeth Foy. 
1328 Bust of John Barwise, Esq. 
1333 do. John Hardy, Esq. 
a lady. 

Dr. Thomas Rees. 
Thomas Meux, Esq. 
the Queen. 
William Cooke, Esq. 
Territfs Courts IsUngtan, 
lumous bust of the late 
S. Samuel, Esq. 
1113 Bust of a gentleman. 
1 1 15 do. lady. 

1841. 1148 BustofSirM.J.Branel,*F.R.S. 

1 151 Bust of Miss Helen Faucit. 

1263 Cabinet statue of Willian Far- 
ran, Esq., in the character 
of the Spanish Curate. 

1842. 1 169 Bust of R. J. Longbottom, Esq. 

1 192 do. the late Sir Astley Pas- 

ton Cooper, Bart. 

1 193 Medallic portrait of R. W. 

Sievier, Esq., F.R.S. 

1 198 Medallic portrait of Mrs. Sie- 
vier. 

1201 Chessmen in the costume and 
armour of the time of the 
Battle of Agincourt, 14 15. 

1 35 1 Bust of a child. 

13S6 do. Professor Bachhofiher, 
of Queen's College^ Guem-l 
sey, and Royal Polytechnic 
Institution. 

1376 Bust of John Ryan, M,D,^ 
LL.D., Professor of Chyinis- 
try to the Royal Polytechnic 
Institution. 

1481 Bust of George Robert Rowe;, 

Esq., M.D., F.S.A., of Chig^ 

. well, Essex. 





1335 


do. 




1337 


do. 




>354 


do. 


1839. 


1320 


do. 




1389 


do. 
K 


1840. 


1109 


Posth 



1843. 



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309 



1845, 1317 Bust of Sir William Follett, 
Knight. 
ii;i Bust in marble of Sir Isaac 
Newton. 
1846* 1389 Bust of Thomas Wallis, Mus* 
Doc, musical conductor to 
the Royal Polytechnic In- 
stitution, etc. 
1847, 1*95 Bust of Master Charles Thomas, 
son of Capt George Powell 
Thomas. 
1197 Bust of John Bright, Esq^t 

M.P. 
1375 Bust of Sir Allan Napier 
MacNab, Speaker of the 
Assembly, Canada, 
1415 Bust of the late Lady Mac 
Nab. 

RIVERS, Leopold Painter, 

3, Turretfs Piace^ Isiingion, 
1S7S. 569 Copplesbury farm, 
1879. 70 A midsummer evening near 

Brookwood, Surrey* 
1SS2* 664 Leafy June in a Surrey Lane. 
i883, 352 A glade in Epping Forest. 
1884. 11+ Near Dolgelly* 

115 The '*HaJf Moon" on Mid- 
hurst Common. 
1S85. 9;2 Milking time, 
1886* 494 Spring-time— Thames valley. 
9, Darenth Moody 

Siamford ffUL 
1888* 3S2 The ford, Hoemwood, Surrey, 
1331 A clear evening. 
1383 Crossing the Common. 

1889, 1467 Near Lewes, Sussex* 

1 890, 1 1 1% Evening near High Laver Hill, 

Essex. 
1154 Stormy weather » 
JX69 A cottage garden, 
1173 Cromer from the lighthouse 

hill 
1*77 Near Otford, Kent. 
1334 Near Hastings. 

1 891, \\%z When all is calm and still 
U4S Potato gathering. 

1 360 Early morning. 
1893. 319 A Bedfordshire village, 

1146 Stormy weather, Purchased for 
ih£ Chanirey Bequest for 

U57 Sunset. 

1191 Near Eastbourne, Sussex 
iito A calm evening. 
1893. 1006 On the Sussex Downs. 
1008 An autumn evening. 
1095 Going to work* ^Hfctat^ 
II i^ **Now fades the gliimnenng 
lAndiCittm ftom the sighu'* 



1894. 

1896. 
1897. 

1898, 
1899. 

1900, 

1902. 
1904. 



to44 Early morning in the meadows. 
1210 Market day. 

938 The village fiddler. 
1088 The little gleaner. 
1020 Storm clouds. 
1152 Near Seaford, Sussex. 
J 094 A stormy day. 
1150 Old mill on the common. 
1169 Harvest time. 
1 193 Clearing after rain. 
1287 An autumn evening. 
1 144 The meadow path. 
J 181 Wind and rain. 
1186 A cloudy day. 
102a A Surrey lane. 
1096 On the Sussex Coast. 
1 126 A Sussex Valley. 
^240 Moonlight. 
1067 Harvest time. 
J 147 Near Danbury, Essex. 

24, Weston Parky CrotuhEnd, 

860 In the Lambourn Valley, Berks. 

884 Sunset after Rain. 
1017 The end of the day. 



RIVERS, MissM. A Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1842. 1182 Bust of a child. 
1845. 1375 do. Miss Louisa Tulley. 

3, Territfs Place^ Islington, 
1844, 1263 Bust of Miss Cullen. 

RIVERS, R. Godfrey Painter. 

18, PcUmeira Square^ Brighton. 
1884* 664 Towards Italy from Mentone. 

RIVERS, William Joseph ... Painter. 
3, Territfs Place^ Islington. 
1843* 583 Coast scene. 

RIVERS-WILSON, the Hon. Lady. 
^e Wilson. 

RIVIERE, Miss Annette L. 

Painter. 
36, Beaumont Street^ Oxford. 
1870* 647 The mute Songster. 
1872, 781 "Slow and steady wins the 

race." 
1876, 717 "Will you walk into my par- 
lour? said the spider to the 
fly." 
156, King Henrys Poad^ 

Hampstead. 

1886. 1374 Madame Antoinette Sterling 

and Jean. 
13, Albion Road^ Hampstead. 

1887, 1319 Ready for a bath. 
1369 Bobbie. 



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RIVIERE, 


1858. 


249 
801 




804 


1859. 
1864. 


563 
308 




493 


1865. 
1866. 
1867. 


74 

«4 

49 « 

576 


1868. 


26 




644 


1869. 
1870. 


343 
155 




49 « 


1871. 


1049 
1156 



1872. 
1873. 


539 
464 




986 


1874. 


260 




527 


1875- 


89 




190 




626 



1876. 313 



Briton, jR.A Painter. 

Porturet House, 

Charlton Kings, 

Cheltenham. 
The broken chain. 
Rest from labour. 
Sheep, on the Cotswolds. 
4, The Terrace, 

Park Town, 

Oxford. 
On the road to Gloucester fair. 
Iron bars. 
Romeo and Juliet. ** Wilt thou 

be gone? It is not yet near 

day, etc." 
Bevis. 

The poacher's nurse. 
Strayed from the flock. 
The long sleep. 
Ravensbourne Cottage, 

Keston, Kent. 
A saint. 

The last of the garrison. 
Lay ham Cottage, 

Bromley Common. 
Prisoners. 
A " Midsummer Night's 

Dream." 
Charity. 

16, Addison Road, IV, 
Come back! 

Circe and the friends of Ulysses. 
" She touched them with a rod 

that wrought 
Their transformation far past 

human wants; 
Swine's snouts, swine's bodies, 
took they, bristles, grunts; 
But still retain'd the souls they 

had before, etc." 
Daniel. 
Argus. "And upon Argus came 

the death-fate drear, etc." 
All that was left of the home- 
ward bound. 
Apollo. "Apollo's self Deigned 

to become a shepherd in 

thine halls, etc." 
Genius loci. 

5, Marlborough Road, N. W, 
War time. "Over valley and 

wold Wherever I turn my 

head, etc."— 5: DobelL 
C. Mansel Lewis, Esq., with 

favourite mare and dogs. 
The last of the garrison. 
Elvedon Lodge, 

Marlborough Road, 
" A stern chase is always a long 

chase." 



1876. 496 Pallas Athene and the herds- 

man's do^. "Then drew 
she nigh, m shape a stately 
dame, etc " — Odyssey. 

1877. 70 A legend of St. Patrick. "When 

St. Patrick had ascended the 
hill whereon he afterwards 
built Ard-machae, he found 
a roe with her little fi&wn 
beside her. He would not 
suffer his companions to kill 
them, but taking the fawn in 
his arms, he carried it to a 
place of safety, while the roe 
followed him like a pet 
lamb." 
589 Lazarus. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1878. 201 "They say the lion and the 

lizard keep The Courts where 
Jamshyd gloried and dnuik 
deep " {Pers^lis). 
392 An anxious moment. 
496 Sympathy. 
1008 Victims. 

1879. 195 The poacher's widow. "She 

thought of the dark planta> 
tion. And the hares and her 
husband's blood, etc.'* — C 
Kingsley. 

487 " In manus tuas Domine." 

963 A winter's tale. 

Flaxley, 82, Finchley Road. 

1880. 298 The night watch. 

644 Endymion. "Ah! well-a-day, 
Why should our young 
Endymion pine away." — 
Keats. 
105 1 The last spoonful. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1 88 1. 2 " Envy, Hatred, and Malice." 
155 A Roman holiday. 

402 " Let sleeping dogs lie." 
419 Hope deferred. 

1882. 24 The magician's doorway. 

330 Cupboard love; portrait of Miss 

Kate Potter and her poodle 

"Figaro." 
468 "The King drinks." LHploma 

work, 
143* Una. "O how can beautie 

maister the most strong, etc." 

— Spenser, 

1883. 269 "And the unclean spirits went 

out, and entered into the 
swine . . . and they that fed 
the swine fled."— 5/. Mark, 
V, I3> 14- 

392 Old play fellows. 

498 The last of the crew. 



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311 



1883. 
1884. 

1885. 

1886. 
1887. 

1888. 
1889. 



1890. 
1891. 



1892. 



694 Giants at play. 
»393 The King drinks; etching. 
52 The eve of St. Bartholomew. 
88 The King and his Satellites. 
315 Actaeon. 

437 The enchanted castle. 
24 The sheepstealers. 
107 After Naseby. 
231 "VaeVictis." 
1 100 Stolen kisses. 
1631 An old hound. 
55 The exile, 1746. 
268 Rizpah. 

4»8 " Union is strength." 
1020 The welcome. 
76 An old world wanderer. " The 
first that ever burst Into that 
silent sea." 
212 Portrait of a lady. 
253 Jilted. 
281 A cavatina. 
413 Requiescat. 
2064 Anatomical lion. 
231 ''Of a fool and his folly there 

is no end ! " 
36 J Pale Cynthia. "That orbfed 
maiden, with white fire laden, 
Whom mortals call the 
moon." 
Rus in urbe. 



2*4 

■■} 

»3J 



A mighty 
Lord. 



hunter before the 



1893. 



1894. 



38 The haunted temple. 

46 A master of kings. 

88 A day of mortification. 
242 Dead Hector. "But Hector, 
Priam's son, not to the fire, 
but to the dogs I give, etc." 
—Iliad. 

87 The King's libation. "It is 
probable that this ceremony 
had to some extent a re- 
ligious character. The As- 
syrian monarchs commonly 
ascribed the success of their 
hunting expeditions to the 
gods Nin (or Ninip) and 
Nergal; and we may well 
understand that a triumph- 
ant return would be accom- 
panied by a thank-offering 
to the great protectors under 
whose auspices success had 
been achieved." — Rawlin- 
son. 

169 Beyond man's footsteps. Pur- 
chased for the Chantrey Be- 
quest for £^1^200, 
%%% Ganymede. 



1894. 



1895. 
1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 

1900. 

1901. 
1902. 

1903. 
1904, 



608 "The most devoted of her 

slaves." 
691 Eyes to the blind. 
1843 A dying king {sculpture). 
160 Phoebus Apollo. 
177 J. F. H. Read, Esq., and his 

dogs. 
236 Aggravation. 
672 " Trust her not, she is fooling 

thee." 
1917 The last arrow; group, bronze. 
^^ Lady Wantage and her Egyp- 
tian donkey. Presented to 
Lady Wantage by \st Volun- 
teer Battalion Royal Berk- 
shire Regiment. 
233 Mrs. Fred. Methold and her 
deerhounds, Thane, Mac- 
duff, and Lola. 
2099 Anatomical Lion; bronze. 
22 The Temptation in the Wil- 
derness. 
1256 Address presented to Her Ma- 
jesty the Queen by the Royal 
Academy of Arts on the oc- 
casion of the completion of 
the sixtieth year of Her Ma- 
jesty's reign. Exhibited by 
special command of H.M. the 
Queen. 
(For description^ see under Sir 
Edward Poynter, P.R.A., 
vol. vi^page 199.) 
249 Lady Tennyson and the poet's 

old wolf-hound Kardnina. 
69 The heron. 
119 St. George. 
179 To the hills. 

37 Aphrodite. "There clad her- 
self in garments beautiful 
. . . and in her train the 
grey wolf and the bear, etc." 
186 The Rev. Nevison Loraine and 
his lurcher "Sirdar." Pre- 
sentation portrait. 
17 Youth. "In gret peril is set 

youthede, etc." — Chaucer. 
157 The first line of defence. 



RIVIERE, Mrs. Briton (formerly 

Miss Mary Alice Dobell) ... Painter. 

Layham Cottage^ Bromley. 

1869. 556 A bit of Spring. 

1870. 650 Fungi. 

651 Cup moss. 

RIVIERE, D Painter. 

63, New Bond Street. 
1799. 3x9 Roman instruction, 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



RIVIERE, Daniel Valentine. 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Cirencester Place, 
1823. 493 G. Erby, Esq. 

756 Portrait of a lady of rank. 
798 Miss Bryan. 
907 Lady Georgiana West. 
iS37' 5*5 The aged pilgrim (portraits). 

745 From Cowper's poems — Kate 
is crazed. 

1838. 7>9 Devotion. "Clothed in the 

deep serene of heavenly 
smiles." 

1839. 644 The Turkish love-letter. 
840 The fisherman's children. 

846 Ruth. " Where thou diest will 

I die, etc." 
968 St. James's day. 
1054 The tempting moment. 

1840. 569 Agreeable companions. 



RIVIERE, Miss P. 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Cirencester Place, 

1831. 801 Portrait of a lady. 

1832. 685 Portrait of the late Mrs. Wood- 

ley. 
738 Portrait of a lady. 

1833. 676 Mademoiselle Martin. 
687 Portrait of a lady. 

717 Edward Garford Bell, Esq. 
804 Portrait of a lady. 

1834. 796 Portrait. 

847 Portrait of a lady. 



RIVIERE, Henry Parsons, A,P.W.S, 

Painter. 

8, Cirencester Place, 

1835. 28 George Erby, Esq. 

1836. 3 Portrait of a young lady. 

50, London Street, 

1839. 960 Mr. Jonathan. 

1840. 862 Portrait of a lady. 

14, Foley Place. 
1849. 943 View in the Campagna of 
Rome — Roma Vecchia. The 
fragments are the remains of 
a temple that was in ruins 
at the time of Cicero. 
Rome and 

26, St. John's Wood Road, 
187 1. 658 The path of life. 



RIVIERE, Hugh G Painter. 

82, Finchley Road. 
1893. 26 Mrs. Henry Craik. 



1895. 
1896. 



1897. 



1894. 375 The Argonauts and the Sirens. 
"For fatal sweet those 
strains far heard And straight- 
way to their doom had 
drawn, etc." 

$29 Mrs. Henry Colgate and her 
daughters Dorothy and 
Olive. 

560 Vivian and Grey, children of 
Geo. Porter Womum, Esq., 
M.R.C.S. 

580 Sanctuary. 

288 Eustace, son of Walter Bourke, 
Esq. 

649 Miss Freda Langdon-Davies. 
31 Lady Kelvin. Presentation 
portrait. 

339 The Rev. Canon Ainger, Mas- 
ter of the Temple. 

943 Wenefryde, daughter of Charles 
Tollemache Scott, Esq. 
38, Abercorn Place, 

St. John's Wood. 

1898. 295 The lotos land. "In the after- 

noon they came into a land, 

etc." — Tennyson. 
399 Briton Riviere, Esq., R.A. 
958 Lady Heygate. 

1899. 53 The lonely life. " I, a Princess, 

King descended, decked with 
jewels, gilded drest, etc." — 
C. Rossetti. 
882 The Bishop of Hereford. {Rt. 

Rev. John PercivaL) 
1005 The Hon. Mrs. Emmott Bar- 
low. 

1900. 568 Sir Squire Bancroft. 
962 In the golden days. 

1054 A. F. Walter, Esq. 

1 90 1. 427 The garden of Eden. 

551 T. G. Jackson, Esq., R.A. 
839 Mrs. Lionel Dugdale. 
901 Henry Arthur Jones, Esq. 

1902. 458 R. Bosworth Smith, Esq. Pre- 

sentation portrait, 
731 The Rev. W. A. Fearon, D.D. 
786 At Iffley. 

1903. 147 Alex. B. W. Kennedy, Esq., 

F.R.S., Emeritus Professor 
of Engineering at University 
College, London. 

Freda, Sibyl, Beatrice, and, 
Olive, daughters of C. Lang- 
don-Davis, Esq. 

Lady Walpole, 

1904. 118 H* W. WoTsley Taylor, Esq,, 

K.C., M.P. 
287 The Rev. C. SUvi 



381 



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RIVIERE, 

1826. 58 

377 



1827. 76 



1828. 46 



1833- "3 



William Painter. 

I, Cirencester Place, 

Portrait of a young gentleman. 

'' I saw a smith stand with his 
hammer thus, Swallowing a 
tailor's news." — Shakspeare. 

The legend of Sir Guyon. 
" There the good Guyon he 
found slumbering fas^ . . . 
Beside his head there satt a 
faire young man, etc." — 
Spenser, 

8, Cirencester Place. 

Portrait of a daughter of Lt.- 
Col. Parker. 

60, Upper Norton Street, 

Dr. Ley, of the College of 
Physicians. 

12, Bath Place. 

Marion. 

A family group; a sketch. 

Mrs. Abercrombie. 

Posthumous sketch of the late 
Joseph Jarvis, Esq., of Pin- 
wall, Leicestershire. 

The sisters. 

Rev. Henry Stebbing. 

The page; a sketch. 

The shrimp-catcher; a sketch. 

"The greenhouse is my sum- 
mer seat." — Vicle Cowper. 

A portrait. 

A sketch. 

Cat's cradle. 

A lady; portrait. 

4, The Terrace, 

Park Toum, Oxford. 

Christ teaching humility and 
brotherly love. 

Rev. P. Wynter, D.D., Presi- 
dent of St. John's Collie, 
Oxford. 



RIX, Miss Maty Anne Painter. 

II, Penton Street, Penionville. 

1833. 885 Dunkiram Castle, Kenmare, 

western coast of Ireland 

1834. 860 Castalia. 

RIXON, William August us... Painter. 
Cookham Dene, Maidenhead. 

1884. 1015 A breezy common. 

1885. 1347 Nature's Garden. 

1887. 1 119 Going to be wet. 

1888. 1236 Felled timber. 

57, St. Charles Square, 

Notting Hill. 
1438 Great Marlow-on-Thames. 

I, Westminster Chambers. 
1334 A cottage, Cookham Dene. 



i33S. 


99 




140 


1837. 


190 
263 


1838. 
1839. 


765 

641 

1162 


1840. 


lOI 




219 


1841. 


87 


1842. 


747 
37 




211 


1859. 


469 


i860. 


50 



1889. 



I89I. 

VI. 



ROACH, A Sculptor. 

1830. 1252 Godiva, the wife of Leofric, 
Earl of Leicester, riding 
through Coventry to remove 
an oppressive tax from his 
people. 

ROBART, V Painter. 

Paris and 7, Percy Street. 
1 85 1. 1200 Portrait of a lady. 

{V. Robart tn the index and N. Robart 
in the catalogue,) 

ROBB, Alexander B Architect. 

3, Stockwell Park Walk, 

Brixton. 
1897. 1873 Design for Queen's Palace, 
Empire of India Exhibi- 
tion, 1895. 

ROBB, G. M Painter. 

Little Friday Hill, Chingford. 
1 86 1. 205 Rocks, near Ryde. 
c\o G. Forbes, Esq., 

Bank of England. 

1865. 546 Comer of a wood — autumn. 

1866. 153 On Loch Nevis, Knoydart. 

Great Bromley, Manningtree. 

1867. 204 Evening. 

213 Inverie, from Sadail, Loch 

Nevis, Kjioydart. 
313 A favourite comer. 

1868. 149 Gleaners. 

1870. 516 The last leaves, Windermere. 

1872. 913 Great Bromley Hall. 

Mistley Abbey, Manningtree, 

1873. 14 A May evening. 

1875. 603 Among the stooks. 

1876. 1263 "Three magpies make a wed- 

ding." 
1878. 1322 An evening song. 
1 88 1. 804 A woodland path. 

ROBB, William, G Painter. 

193a, Grays Inn Road. 

1900. 292 Autumn. 

1 90 1. 115 Afternoon in autumn. 

ROBBINSON, Mrs. Margaret. 

Painter. 
12, lAncoMs Street, Chelsea. 
1854. 591 " Waes me for Prince Charlie." 
" A wee bird cam' to our ha' 
door, etc." 
1857. 151 Margaret and Lizzy with pit- 
chers at the fountain. 
" Lizzy. What, have you no- 
thing, then, of Barbara 
heard? etc." — Faust. 

ss 



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i860. 


3*3 


1864. 


236 


1865. 


430 


1866. 
1867. 
1868. 


238 
642 
345 


1869. 


410 




433 



Robbinson, Mrs* Margaret — continued, 

1858. 368 Straw-rope twisting in the 

Highlands. 

1859. 309 Olivia and Sophia in their 

Sunday finery. "They still 
loved laces, ribands, bugles, 
and catgut, etc." — Vicar of 
Wakefield, 

What we still see in Chelsea 
Gardens. 

Beware! "She has two eyes, 
etc." 

Rosalind and Celia. "O my 
poor Rosalind, etc." — As 
You Like It, 

Happy Idleness. 

Queen of the Tournament. 

The firstborn. "Thou art a 
radiant thing of mirth, etc." 

Our own correspondent. 

A summer evening at Straw- 
berry Hill. " On Wednesday 
the Duchesses of Hamilton 
and Richmond and Lady 
Ailesbury dined here; there 
never was so pretty a sight 
as to see them all sitting in 
the shQW— Horace Walpole, 
1870. 250 A Venetian girl. "A large 
flock of pigeons will always 
be seen frequenting the 
Piazza and the neighbouring 
buildings ; they are protected 
by the almost superstitious 
care and affection of the 
Venetian people," 

ROBERT Painter. 

7, Percy Street^ 

RcUhbone Place, 
1849. 988 Portrait. 
(This is probably by V. or N, Robart,) 

ROBERT, B Painter. 

S, Nassau Street, 
1813. 383 View on the river Severn, near 
Shrewsbury. 

ROBERT, Mdlle. Caroline... Painter. 

Hartland House^ Sutton, 

1886. 798 A shady corner in the garden. 

ROBERTS Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1836. 44.9 Landscape. 

ROBERTS, A Painter. 

8, Clerkenwell Close, 
1793- 95 Portrait of a sportsman. 



ROBERTS, A Painter. 

1 2, Howland Street, 
1854. 340 The Holy Family. 

ROBERTS, Benjamin Painter. 

CkisUhur$t. 

1851. 790 Gipsy Boy. 

1852. 441 Humble indignation. 
1 854. 30 Head of a gipsy girl. 

45, London Street. 
i860. 499 Fruit. 

I, Kent Terrace, Old Kent Rd. 
1862. 55 Fruit. 

50, Stamford Street. 
1866. 17 Prince of Wales's plums. 

27 Rich and ripe. 
1868. 393 Rich and ripe fruit. 
1872. 286 A bough from the old apple 
tree. 



1826. 
1827. 



1830. 

1835. 
1836. 



1837. 
1838. 



1840. 



ROBERTS, David, R,A Painter. 

18, Mount Street, Lambeth. 

221 View of Rouen CathedraL 

104 The west entrance to the 
Church of St. Germain at 
Amiens. 
8, Abingdon St., Westpunster. 

275 The shrine. 

24, Newington Place. 

359 The Cathedral of Burgos. 

150 In the cathedral at Bayonne. 

422 The chapel of Ferdinand and 
Isabella at Granada. 

55 Tower of the Geralda, Seville. 
25 Portrait of a young lady. 

296 Granada. 

(Elected A R.A.) 

7, Fittroy Street. 

190 The Greek church of the Holy 
Nativity, at Bethlehem, 
erected over the stable of 
the Nativity by the Empress 
Helena, mother of Constan- 
tine the Great, taken during 
the Festival of Easter, when 
Bethlehem is resorted to by 
the pilgrims from all parts 
of the East. 

220 The gate and Mosque of 
Mtuawellee, Grand Cairo. 

292 The Dromos, or outer court of 
the Great Temple of Edfou, 
in Upper Egypt. 

The view is taken from 
under the Portico of the 1 
Temple, looking towards the 
Grand Entrance, two-thirds 
of the columns being covert 
with land. The Temple 
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1840. 501 Statues of the Vocal Memnon 

in the plain of Thebes — sun- 
rise; on the left are the 
mines of the Memnonnien 
and the range of mountains 
called Beban-et-Malook, in 
which are the tombs of the 
Kings of Thebes; in the 
distance are seen the temples 
of Gournon and Kamak. 
944 Remains of the portico of 
the Lesser Temple at Baal- 
bec. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1841. 223 Portico of the Temple of Den- 

dera, in Upper Egypt. "The 
Tentyra of the Greeks was 
called in Egyptian *Ta- 
nosher,* the name of the she 
vulture." — Bruce. 

399 Jerusalem from the Mount of 
Olives. During Easter, 
Christian pilgrims from all 
parts of the East assemble 
at Jerusalem, from whence, 
accompanied by the Go- 
vernor, and escorted by a 
strong guard, they proceed 
in a body to bathe in the 
river Jordan. 

The scene represents them 
coming in sight of the holy 
city on their return. " How 
doth the city sit solitary 
that was full of people! 
How is she become as a 
widow! She that was great 
among the nations, and 
princess among the prov- 
inces, how is she become 
tributary ! Her gates are 
desolate; all her beauty is 
departed." — Lamentations of 
Jeremiah. 

994 Ruins of Baalbec, Mount Le- 
banon in the distance. 
"Joyless she sees the sun 
look down On that great 
temple once his own." — 
T. Moore. 

1842. 9 Interior of the church of San 

Miguel Xerey, Spain. 

184 Thebes, looking across the 
Great Hall, Karnac. 

228 The Chapel of the Convent of 
St. Catherine, on Mount 
Sinai. The present struc- 
ture, which is situated at the 
foot of Mount Horeb, is be- 
lieved to have been erected 



by the Emperor Justinian 
during the fifth century, and 
during the early ages of 
Christianity was held in the 
most profound veneration, 
from the belief that it marked 
the spot on which Moses 
beheld the miracle of the 
burning bush. 
1842. 457 Remains of the temple of 
KoumOmbos, Upper Egypt. 

525 Termination of the ravine 
leading to Pctra, or city of 
the Rock, the ancient capital 
of Arabia, Petrea, and the 
Edom of Scripture. "I have 
sworn by myself, saith the 
Lord, that Bozrah shall be- 
come a desolation . . . 
though thou shouldest make 
thy nest as high as the eagle. 
I will bring thee down, etc." 
—Jeremiah^ xlix. 

"And thorns shall come 
up in her palaces, nettles 
and brambles ... it shall 
be a habitation of dragons 
and a court for owls, etc." — 
Isaiah^ xxxiv. 
1^43* 53 Ruins on the island of Philoe, 
Nubia. 
78 Entrance to the Crypt, Rosslyn 
chapel. 

210 Gate of the Mosque of Met- 
wAles, Grand Cairo. 

219 Gateway of the great Temple 
at Baalbec. 

453 The church of Stamford-on- 
Avon, Northamptonshire. 

1844. 170 Chapel in the Church of St. 

Jean, at Caen, Lower Nor- 
mandy. 

368 Temple on the island of Philoe, 
called Sareer Pharaon, or 
the bed of Pharaoh on the 
Nile, Nubia. 

429 Interior of the Lady chapel, 
church of St. Pierre, at Caen, 
Lower Normandy. 

434 Pyramids of Ghizeh — sunset. 
38, Fitzroy Square. 

1845. 34 Ruins of the Great Temple of 

Karnak, in Upper Egypt, 
looking towards the Libyan 
chain of hills, called Baban 
el Malouk (the gate of 
Kings) in which are the ex- 
cavated tombs of the Kings 
of Thebes— sunset. " Kar- 
nac is one of the five great 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Roberts, David, R.A,— continued, 

temples still left of Thebes, 
the ancient capital of Upper 
Egypt. Profane history is 
silent in respect to it, and 
records only its capture by 
Cambyses, King of Persia, 
son of Cyrus the Great, in 
the year 526 B.C., and of its 
final destruction by Ptolemy 
Lathyrus, after a protracted 
si^e of three years, 81 b.c., 
etc., etc." 
1845. 405 Jerusalem from the south east 
— the Mount of Olives. 
The view is taken from the 
lower part of what by tradi- 
tion is still called "The Hill 
of Offence," from Solomon 
having here set up the wor- 
ship of Ashtaroth, showing 
the site of the Temple on 
Mount Moriah. The whole 
of this hill is still encom- 
passed by a wall of vast 
thickness, and now ascer- 
tained to be the identical 
wall or platform on which 
the outer colonnade or clois- 
ter enclosing the Court of 
the Gentiles was raised from 
the remains of a bridge still 
existing in the west wall, and 
which connected the area of 
the Temple with Mount 
Zion, crossing the valley to 
the left called Tyropeon, 
dividing Zion from Acra, 
Moriah and Ophiel. 

In the centre, on a raised 
platform of marble, covered 
by a dome, and surmounted 
by the crescent, stands the 
Mosque of Omar, occupying 
the site of the Temple of 
Solomon ; and nearer to the 
spectator, with a smaller 
dome, the Mosque El Aksa, 
originally a Christian church, 
etc. To the left of the 
Mosque El Aksa, in the dis- 
tance, with a square tower, 
and covered by a dome, is 
the Church of the Holy 
Sepulchre, and believed to 
cover the site of Calvary. 
The high part of the city, 
immediately behind the 
Mosque of Omar is Bezetha. 
The low ground to the right 



of the city wall is the Valley 
of Jehoshaphat; here the 
Jews are still buried, and in 
it are contained the Garden 
of Gethsemane, Tomb of 
the Virgin, Pillar of Absa- 
lom, Tombs of Jehoshaphat, 
St. James, and Zecharias, 
the Fountain and Pool of 
Siloam, etc., etc 

The hill in the extreme 
distance is that of Scopus, 
upon which the Roman 
army, under the command 
of Titus, encamped. 

1846. 13 Tombs of the Caliphs in the 

desert to the east of Grand 

Cairo. 
91 Street in Grand Cairo. 
209 Ruins of the Temple of the 

Sun, Baalbec. 
286 High Altar of the Church of 

St. Antoine at Ghent. 
369 Grand Cairo from the high 

grounds to the east of the 

city, looking towards the 

pyramids and the Lybian 

desert. 

1847. 57 West front of Antwerp Cathe- 

dral. 
205 A recollection of Spain. 
360 " Such dusky grandeur clothed 
the height 
Where the huge castle holds its 

state 
And all the steep slope down. 
Whose ridgy back heaves to 

the sky 
Piled deep and massy, close 

and high, 
Mine own romantic town." 

Sir W, Scott. 

1848. 201 The ruins of Hermonthes, 

Upper Egypt. 

252 Chancel of the Coll^ate 
Church of St. Paul at Ant- 
werp. Painted for Robert 
Vernon^ Esq.y to form a pari 
of his collection of the works 
of British painters^ presented 
by him to the nation, 

329 Mount St. Michael, Coast of 
Normandy. 

1849. 290 The destruction of Jerusalem 

by the Romans, under the 
command of Titus, a.d. 71, 
" During the reign of NerOj 
the Jews having revolted, the 
city was invested by Titus, 
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and mosaics were completed 
by the Doge Doraenico 
Salvo, 107 1, and the edifice 
consecrated by Ordelaffa 
Fallero on the 4th of Octo- 
ber, 

49 Venice, the Piazza of San 
Mark, 

15S A street in Antwerp, 

111 Interior of the Cathedral of 
Pisa. 

*B6 Rome: the Coliseum — even* 
ing. " A ruin, yet what 
ruin! tic"— Byro^. 

301 Rome — approach to the Fo- 
rum. "And in yon field 
below a thousand years of 
silenced factions sleep/' — 
Byron. 

1S61. loS Ruins of the Temple of the 
Sun at Eaalbec. "Joyless 
she sees the sun look down, 
etc," 

isS A flte day at St. Peter's. 
iBds. 63 South elevation of the new 
Palace of Westminster, from 
the old Horse Ferry, being 
No. 7 of a series of Views 
in London^ on the River 
Thames* 

161 The chancel of the collegiate 
church of St. Paul at Ant- 
werp, 

143 A chapel in the cathedral of 
Notre Dame, Bruges, 

170 View from Waterloo Bridge, 
embracing St* PauFs, Somer- 
set House, and the Temple, 
Being No. 6 of a series of 
Views in London on the 
River Thames, 

4S9 A relic of the past. Embarka- 
tion of the Lord Mayor of 
London at Black friars (now 
abolished) on Lord Mayor's 
day, November 9th, forming 
No, I of a series of Views 
on the River Thames from 
Chelsea to Greenwich, 

618 The New Palace of Westmin- 
ster, being No, 2 of a series 
of Views of London on the 
River Thames. 
3S Interior of Milan Cathedral, 
45 Interior of the Cathedral of 
SL Stephen, Vienna. 
St, Paul's from the River 
Thames, looking west 
PauPs from the River 
looking east. 



1S64. zy Chapel in church at Dixmude, 
West Flanders. 
atf* View of the Mausoleum of 
Augustus (better known as 
the Castle of St. Angelo) 
from the gardens of the Villa 
Earberini at Rome, Built 
during his sixth consulate by 
the Emperor Augustus, B.C. 
27, etc, 

ROBERTS, E. ,.. Architect. 

King's IVaiden, Herts. 
181 2, S3+ Design for St- Mary-le-bone 
Church, 

ROBERTS, Edward, F,S.A. 

Architect. 
1 6, Hoiks Street, 
1852. 119S Church in Maida Vale. 
1854, 1 100 Great Hall, New Swindon, 
i860. SU Finchley Hall School, 

25, FarUamtnt Street, 
1862, 870 Swimming bath, Christ's Col- 
lege, Finchley, 

ROBERTS, Edwin ........... Painter. 

28, Cariton Rotxd^ 

Kentish Town. 
1882. 486 The Professor, 

3 J Lincoin's Vtiias^ 

Tufneli Park. 
1884. 1 54 The dishonoured bill - 
J559 "Polly, what*s the time. 

ROBERTS, Ellis. Crayon Painter. 

23, Oakiej Crescenty Cheista, 
1 886, 139+ Mrs. Wilde. 

Stamford Bridge Studios. 
1888. 1548 Joseph Shaw, Esq, 

6, Wiiiiam Street. 
1892, 1084 Miss Grey, 

10S7 The Dowager Marchioness of 

Ormonde. 
1089 Lady Ruby Elliot, 
ui* Lady Eileen Elliot. 
1S93. 954 Vere, daughter of Lieut- 
Colonel Hon. Lewis Payn 
Daw nay, 
1046 Pamehj daughter of Hon. 

Percy Wyndham. 
lojj Miss Geraldine Magniac 

1895, 162 The Countess of Powis, 

1896. 647 The Countess of Mar and 

Kellie, 
1S97, 1184 Ivy, daughter of I^dy Algernon 

Gordon Lennox. 
1899, 140 Lady Beatrice Pretyman and 

her little boy. 



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Roberts, David, R, A. -—continued, 

sapie, near the Queen's drive, 
in the Queen's Park, Edin- 
burgh. 

1855. 594 Rome. 

" Rome ! thine imperial brow 

Never shall rise. 
What hast thou left thee now? 

Thou hast thy skies, etc." 

1856. 10 Christmas day in St. Peter's at 

Rome, 1854. 
337 St. Peter's, looking back upon 

Rome. 
3B3 Venice, approach to the Grand 

Canal. 
541 "And basking on each sunny 

promontory. Sleeps some old 

temple in its silent glory." 
552 Monument to Batteone, SS. 

Giovanni e Paolo, Venice. 

1857. 41 Interior of the Duomo at 

Milan. The two great pillars 
supporting the octagon, and 
betwixt which the procession 
ascends the steps leading to 
the choir, are encircled by 
pulpits of bronze and silver, 
b^;un under the directions 
of San Carlo Borromeo, and 
completed by the Cardinal 
Frederick. These are co- 
vered with basso-relievos by 
Andrea Pellizone, and rest 
on colossal caryatides, re- 
presenting the symbols of 
the four evangelists and the 
four doctors of the church, 
St. Gregory, St.* Jerome, St. 
Ambrose and St. Augustine, 
modelled by Brambella and 
cast by Busca. 
88 The Piazza Navona at Rome. 
418 Interior of the church of St. 
Gommaire at Lierre in Bra- 
bant. 

The rood-loft screen, con- 
sidered one of the finest 
specimens of the Flamboyant 
style in Belgium, was greatly 
injured and defaced in 1580 
by the fanatic soldiers, led 
by Marnix of St. Aldegoude, 
from Antwerp, called the 
Iconoclasts or image-break- 
ers, who burnt a portion of 
the church, destroying many 
of the most valuable statues 
and pictures. Fortunately 
one of the most interesting 
of the latter escaped, and is 



still carefully preserved, re- 
presenting the marriage cere- 
mony of Philip (called the 
Handsome) of Burgundy, 
and Johanna, only cUld of 
Ferdinand and Isabella, of 
Castile and Aragon, cele- 
brated in this church on the 
2oth of October, 1496. 

1858. 14 The high altar of the church of 

San Giovanni e Paolo at 
Venice. 
159 The Basilica of San Lorenzo. 
Founded by the Empress 
Galla Placidia in the fifth 
century, was partly rebuilt 
by Pelagius II in 578. 

On the tribune or absis, 
stands the high altar with its 
baldacchino, and immedi- 
ately over the confessional, 
where are said to be interred 
the bodies of the martyrs, St 
Lawrence and St. Stephen. 
The galleries on each side 
overlooking the tribune are 
supported by twelve ele- 
gantly fluted columns of 
Pavonazzetto marble, which, 
together with their capitals 
and entablatures, are evi- 
dently taken from more 
ancient buildings, and were 
up to 1833 buried half way 
up their shafts, which de- 
scend far below the present 
pavement; the earth being 
removed, they were shown 
in their full proportions to 
the pedestals on which they 
rest. The church, in its pre- 
sent form, was completed 
by Pope Alexander VII in 

1657. 
366 San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice. 
485 The Ducal Palace, Venice. 

1859. 160 The church of Sta. Maria della 

Salute in Venice. Erected 
pursuant to a decree of the 
Senate, as a monument of 
thanksgiving after the cessa- 
tion of the great pestilence 
in 1632, in which 60,000 of 
the inhabitants perished. 
The architect was Baldas- 
sare Longhena. 
420 Interior of the church of St. 
Mark at Venice. Founded 
in the year 977 by Pietro 
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and mosaics were completed 
by the Doge Uomenico 
Salvo, 1071, and the edifice 
consecrated by Ordelaffa 
Faliero on the 4th of Octo- 
ber. 
i860. 49 Venice, the Piazza of San 
Mark. 

158 A street in Antwerp, 

zii Interior of the Cathedra! of 
Pisa. 

*8fi Rome; the Coliseum — even- 
ing, **A ruin, yet what 
ruin! etc," — Byron^ 

%t^x Rome — approach to the Fo- 
rum* "And in yon field 
below a thousand years of 
silenced factions sleep,"— 
Byron. 
1 86 1, iqS Ruins of the Temple of the 
Sun at Baalbec. ** Joyless 
she sees the sun look down, 
etc." 

\%t A mte day at St, Peter's- 
1S62. 63 South elevation of the new 
Palace of Westminster, from 
the old Horse Ferry, being 
No. 7 of a series of Views 
in London, on the River 
Thames, 

161 The chancel of the collegiate 
church of St. Paul at Ant- 
werp. 

3+3 A chapel in the cathedral of 
Notre Dame, Bruges, 

J70 View from Waterloo Bridge, 
embracing St, Panrs, Somer- 
set House, and the Temple. 
Being No. 6 of a series of 
Views in London on the 
River ThameSi 

4S9 A relic of the past. Embarka- 
tion of the Lord Mayor of 
London at Blackfriars (now 
abolished) on Lord Mayor's 
day, November gth, forming 
No, I of a series of Views 
on the River Thames from 
Chelsea to Greenwich. 

6*E The New Palace of Westmin- 

ster, being No. 2 of a series 

of Views of London on the 

River Thames. 

1865. 35 Interior of Milan Cathedral, 

+S loterior of the Cathedral of 
St. Stephen, Vienna, 

114 St- Paul's from the River 
Thames^ looking west. 

134 St. Paul's from the Riv^r 
Thames, looking east. 



1864, 17 Chapel in church at Dixmude, 
West Flanders, 
zji View of the Mausoleum of 
Augustus (better known as 
the Castle of St. Angelo) 
from the gardens of the Villa 
Barberini at Rome. Built 
during his sixth consulate by 
the Emperor Augustus, b.c, 
27, etc. 

ROBERTS, E. „. , Architect- 

Kin^s IVa/den, Herh, 
r8r2, 834 Design for St, Mary-le-bone 
Church, 

ROBERTS, Edward, F.S.A. 

Architect. 
16, Haiies SineL 
1S52. iigE Church in Maida Vale. 
1854, 1100 Great Hall, New Swindon, 
i860. 661 Finchley Hall School. 

25, Parliament Sir€cL 
1S61. 87«> Swimming bath, Christ's Col- 
lege, Finchley. 

ROBERTS, Edwin ,. Painter, 

28, Cariton Rcad^ 

Ktnthh Town. 
1882. 4*« The Professor* 

3, Lincalris Villas^ 

Ihfn£ii Park. 
1884. IJ4 The dishonoured bill. 
1SS9 "Polly, what's the time, 

ROBERTS, EUia Crayon Painter, 

23, Oakky Crescenij Chelsea. 
1886. 1394 Mrs, Wilde. 

Stamford Bridge Studi&s, 
i388, fs48 Joseph Shaw, Esq. 

6, WiiHam Strret. 

1892, 10S4 Miss Grey, 

ic>7 The Dowager Marchioness of 

Ormonde. 
1089 Lady Ruby Elliot. 
v%i% Lady Eileen EUiot. 

1893, 954 Vere, daughter of Lieut.- 

Colonel Hon, Lewis Payn 
Dawnay, 
1046 Pamfb. dn tighter of Hon. 
Pe;' ■ ^'.im, 

1 89|« j^^^^^p' 

tSm^^^^^B I Mar and 




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Roberts, Ellis — continued. 

1900. 1 145 The Countess of Warwick. 
1164 Miss Vanderbilt-Wackermann 

as " Pallas Athene." 

1 90 1. 1136 Mrs. Thistlethwayte. 

ROBERTS, G Painter. 

151, Devonshire Place. 
1843. "50 Hotel de Ville D'Audenarde. 

1846. 213 View near Malvern. 

1847. 1081 Town, Mailing Abbey, Kent. 

151, Edgeware Road. 
1853. 1107 Holy Ghost chapel, Basing- 
stoke. 



ROBERTS, Miss G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1813. 23 A Melon cut at Enys, in the 

county of Cornwall. 

1814. 665 Fish. 

ROBERTS, H Architect. 

18, Adam Street ^ Adelphi, 
1838. II 18 Banquetting Room, Fishmon- 
gers' Hall. 
1195 Grosvenor Square chapel, Man- 
chester. 
1222 Escott House, Devonshire, for 
Sir John Kennaway, Bart. 
1 84 1. 1041 Church in Elvitham Park, 
Hants. 

i3> Suffolk Street 
1843. 1210 Norton Court, Somerset, for 
C. Noel Welman, Esq. 

ROBERTS, Henry Benjamin, R,L 

Painter. 
38, Baker Street, 
1859. 945 The Oculist. 
1864. 210 Searching for the promised re- 
ward. 
9, St. Jameses Gardens^ N, W. 

1867. 508 Reminiscences of the past. 

" The old man's eyes caught 
the kindling blossom, and 
his soul remembered youth 
and love." 

14, Eaton Villas, N.W. 

1868. 655 The plebeian gentleman. 

1869. 389 A fugitive royalist. 

1870. 343 The minstrePs song. "They 

told of weeping and of 
games." 
395 Ah! ah! the old, old story. 

1871. 109 On the track. 

428 The course of a lover never 
runs smooth. 



1872. 922 "What's this? it never be- 
longed to me." 
959 Adam Warner hooted at as a 
wizard. " At last he heard 
a shout, or rather hoot, at a 
distance, and turning his at- 
tention where it proceeded, 
he beheld a figure emerge 
from an alley opposite the 
casement, wi^ a sack under 
one arm and several books 
heaped under the other; at 
his heels followed a train of 
ragged boys, shouting and 
hallooing, ' The wizard, ah ! 
bah! the old devil's kin*; 
and many voices of men 
and women joined in deeper 
bass with the shrill tenor of 
the choral urchins, *The 
wizard, the wizard, out at 
daylight ! * The person thus 
stigmatized as he approached 
the house, turned his face 
with an expression of wistful 
perplexity from side to side." 
— Lytton. 

1^73- 47° Eventide. 
540 Homeless. 

1875. 321 Far from the sunny south. 
" Sad and slow was the wan- 
derer's tread. As o'er the 
lengthened way she sped." 
1207 The protectionist. 



ROBERTS, Herbert H Painter. 

Thorpe, Norwich. 
1869. 903 The hour before twilight. 

Radford Road, Leamington. 
1877. 1260 Gwendoline. 

24, CoMUe Square. 
1887. 1548 The evening of life. 



ROBERTS, H, Larpent Painter. 

18, Stonefield Street, Islington. 
244^ /I. The Wayside. 



1863. 



i45 



246 



i47 



The word 
of God j a 
^parable. — 
Luke, viii, 
15. 



2. The Stony 
ground. 

3. Choked by 
werfs* 

4. Bearing fruit 
an hundredfold- 

23, Belitha Villas, Barns^ry, 
1864. 480 The bread of man. "The I 
meek earth, at God's kind 
bidding, has produced it 
once again." — Carfyit. 
1866. 333 The sweet story of old* 




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1774. 



1775- 



1779. 267 



2&S 



ROBERTS, James... Painter. 

Great Queen Street^ 

IVestminster. 

253 Drawing of an old man, 

%lj A portrait of a young gentle- 
man. 

13S Sigismunda. 

HS Portrait of a lady in the char- 
acter of Violante In the 
Wonder, Act z, Scene i ; a 
small whole length, 

246 Fortrattof a gentleman; three- 
quarters. 

1777. 197 Portrait of Miss P. Hopkins, 
in the character of Maria in 
the Maid of the Oaks; small 
whole length. 

4ti Portrait of a nobleman; small 
whole length. 

1778. *S3 Portrait of a lady studying 
Shakespear 

418 Portrait of a lady in the char- 
acter of Andromache. 

419 Ditto, in the character of Mrs. 
Page in the Merry Wives of 
Windsor 

A nobleman in the character 

of Cassius Longinus. 
A scene in the School for 
Scandal. 

269 Signora Zuchelli in the char- 
acter of a Turkish slave in 
the ballet of the Couronne- 
ment de Zemire. 
2, Duke Street^ Westminster 

40 Portrait of Mrs. Yates in the 
character of Melpomene. 

340 Portraits of a family. 

361 Mrs. Abington in the character 
of Mrs. Ford. 

364 A girl; a drawing. 

106 Mrs. Mahon in the character 
of Elvira. 

107 Portrait of Mrs. Robinson • 
410 St. Cecilia. 
\%x Portrait of a young lady- 
257 do. Sir Roger Curtis. 

4S do. a young gentleman. 
{Portrait Painter to the Duke of 
Clarence.) 
4$4 Portrait of a genUeman; minia- 
ture, 
44 1 A drawing. 
85 A sea view. ^ 
7%7 Portrait of MTiT lad Master 

K. Berry. 
790 Master W, Berry* 
|io Eloiai *, 
S^^SfPonnl^P^^Bwi^ gentle- 



17S0. 



1781. 



1783- 

1784. 



1795* 

1796. 
1797. 
1798, 




1777. 
1779. 


>9S 
16S 


178a. 

1 783. 


170 
191 


1784. 


166 
303 



1785. 194 



ROBERTS, James Painter. 

Lincoln Chambers^ Leeds, 
1876. 277 Grasmere, from DunmailRise, 
Westmoreland. 



ROBERTS, John, 

Miniature Painter. 

II, Portland Street, 

Oxford Street, 

Two portraits in miniature. 

A gentleman in miniature. 

114, Wardour Street, 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. do. (G.B,) 

3, New Street, Covent Garden. 

Portrait of a lady. {Mrs, B.) 
do. young lady. 

14, Northumberland Street, 

Strand, 

Portrait of a gentleman ; minia- 
ture. 

1 1, Leicester Street, 

Leicester Fields. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Frame with four miniatures. 
(Mr, Downman.) 

Frame with six miniatures. 
{Mr, Dance, Mr, Hindle, 
Miss Abbots, and Charles B,) 

Portrait of a young lady. {Miss 
Cantelo,) 

41, Leicester Square. 

Frame with three miniatures. 

Portrait of an officer. 

do. a lady of quality. 

Portraits of a nobleman's 
daughter and two others. 
{Hon, Miss Cadogan, Mr. 
Tully, afid Dr. A. Hamil- 
ton,) 

Portrait of a nobleman, {l/frd 
Tyrconnell.) 

A frame with three miniatures. 

Portrait of a lady of quality 
and a gentleman. {Lady or 
Miss lyrconnel O. Lister, 
Mr, Pierson and Mr. Kny- 
vett,) 

{The catalogue was prob- 
ably printed wrong as to the 
number of miniatures,) 

Portrait of a nobleman and 
three others. {Lord Petre, 
Captain Duff, Captain 
Batch, etc.) 

Rosina. 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Cruihshank, singer.) 

A frame with five portraits. 

TT 



1786. 
1787. 


^73 
336 


1788. 


Itt 


1789. 


139 


1790. 
1791. 

1792. 


19« 
280 



1795- 463 

1794. s"S 
»79S' 567 



1796. 582 



1797* S'o 
S91 



322 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Roberts, John — tontinued. 

1798. 248 Abelard. 

883 Three portraits. 

1799. 769 A frame with six portraits. 

1800. 791 A peasant in the Isle of Wight. ! 
839 Portrait of a lady. | 

1 80 1. 760 Miss Tennant. | 

1802. 795 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1803. 785 Portraits of a lady and a gentle- 

man. 

3, Brewer Street^ 

Golden Square, 

181 1. 686 Portrait of a lady. 

2, Northumberland Street^ 

Strand. 

181 2. 670 Mr. and Mrs. Burgess. 

32, Southampton Street, 

Strand, 

18 1 3. 578 Portraits of Mrs. Knight and 

Mr. Knight, junr. 

10, Hermes Terrace, Chelsea. 

1814. 532 Portraits of the Misses Hol- 

land. 

73, Berwick Street, 

1815. 451 Portrait of the late Mr. H. 

Villiers. 

ROBERTS, J Painter, 

4, Molyneux Street, 

Edgeivare Road, 
1825. 229 Scene in Leicestershire. 

ROBERTS, Miss Katherine M. 

Painter. 

169, Grave Street, Liverpool, 

1900. 447 The dedication to St. Elfleda. 

1 90 1. 764 His sister. 

ROBERTS, Miss Louisa Painter. 

28, Foley Place, 
1851. 929 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1855. 1134 Head of a child. 

ROBERTS, Sir Randal Rowland, 

Bart Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1865. 716 A fresh breeze. 

ROBERTS, Robert Painter. 

4, Queen^s Row, Camberwell, 
1843. 1153 Snowdon, from the Tremadoc 
Road. 

ROBERTS, Samuel Painter. 

At Mr, Howards, 

5, Wormwood Street, 
Old Broad Street. 
1778. 254 Lobsters and smelts. 



3, Salisbury Court, 

Fleet Street. 
1779. 266 A brace of carp. 

1 78 1. 238 Carp, tench, etc. 

1782. no A hare and mallards. 

ROBERTS, Thomas E Fainter. 

T. Roberts, 

14a, Clarence Road^ 

Camden Town. 
1851. 7»s "He loves me — he loves me 
not!" 

21, Roxburgh Terrace. 
1854. 1307 Ginevra. See Rogers^ Itafy. 
1859. 680 Going to place. 
1862. 982 Waiting for the text. 
28, Carleton Road, 

Kentish Town. 

1870. 5 The Captivity of Queen Mary. 

" Ye roofs where cold damps 

and dismay, etc." — Mrs. J. 

Hunter. 

1872. 1099 Julian and Alice in the Painted 

Chamber.' " The panel on 
which his eye was fixed 
gradually continued to slide 
back, and display more and 
more the form to which the 
hand appertained." — Sir W. 
Scott. 

1873. 440 II Duetto. 
1^75- <34 Evening. 

1876. 272 Jealous cares. "Did love no 

jealous cares infest, No 

nymph on earth would be 

so blest, etc." — Boccaccio. 

Tom Roberts, 10, James Street, 

Haymarket. 

1883. 1344 Brought back. 

1884. 775 Basking — a comer in the Al- 

hambra. 
98a, Pitt Street, Sydney, 

New South Wales. 
1893. 337 Sir Henry Parkes, G.C.M.G. 

33, Warwick Square. 
1904. 768 The opening of the First Parlia- 
ment of the Australian Com- 
monwealth by H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales, on May 9, 
1901. Presented by the Com- 
monwealth Government to 
H.M. the King. Exhibited 
by command of ff,M, the 
King. 

ROBERTS, Thomas Sotelle, RH.A. 

Painter. 
8, Craven Street, Strands 
1789. 32 Landscape (morning). 
434 Drawing from nature. 




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1789- 


448 

551 


1790. 


7 

47 

48 

105 

119 

*55 


I79I. 


126 
'44 
148 


1792. 


*7 
78 
143 
220 
328 
330 


1796. 


443 
449 
870 


1799. 


970 




1014 


1803. 


301 




456 
463 




484 




503 




5" 



534 



7*5 



1804. 364 

376 



386 
393 

419 



Drawing from nature. 

Storm. 

234, Strand. 

Landscape and figures. 

A Dog's head; a study, 
do. do. 

Ruins — moonlight. 

Ruins of architecture. 

Landscape, view from nature. 

14, Dartmouth Street^ 

Westminster, 

A landscape and cattle, 
do. do. 

View of Lord Powerscourt's 
Park, Ireland. 

View of a watermill in Ireland. 

A farm yard. 

A charitable milkmaid. 

View of Woolwich. 

.Part of Blackheath. 

View from Blackheath. 

I, Cushion Courts Broad Street, 

Drawing in water-colours. 

Carlow Castle. 

Entrance to Waterford Har- 
bour. 

View of Granagh Castle, near 
Waterford. 

View of the city of Cork. 

22^Buckingham Street^ Adelphi, 

View in the Dargle, County 
of Wicklow. 

do. do. 

An Irish hut, county of Wick- 
low. 

View near the town of Bray, 
county of Wicklow. 

View of His Majesty's Gold 
Mines, county of Wicklow. 

View of Vinegar Hill, in the 
County of Wexford, which 
was occupied several weeks 
by the Irish rebels in 1798. 

View of Kilrudy, seat of the 
Earl of Meath, county of 
Wicklow. 

View from the commons of 
Bray, county of Wicklow. 

68, Margaret Street^ 

Cavendish Square. 

The salmon leap at Leixlip, 
near Dublin. 

A view at the back of Lord 
Powerscourt's demesne, 
county of Wicklow. 

A group of Irish Cabbins. 

View on the commons of Bray, 
county of Wicklow. 

A mill at Beggar's Bust, near 
Dublin. 



37, Craven Street^ 

1805. 431 A View of the Devil's Glen, 
County Wicklow. 

444 River Lifiey, Dublin : shewing 
the Four Courts, and ruins 
of the Coal-quay bridge. 

451 A View in the County of Wick- 
low — morning. 

507 A View in the Dargle, county 
Wicklow. 

537 A landscape and figures. 

625 Cathedral of St. Patrick's, Dub- 
lin. 

1 7, Howland Street. 

1806. 367 Bray Head, County of Wick- 
low, Ireland. 

373 A View taken from the Earl of 
Meath's Park, county of 
Wicklow. 
398 A View near Lord Powers- 
court's, county of Wicklow, 
Ireland. 
467 A View in the Dargle, county 

of Wicklow. 
509 The town of Howth, with part 

of Dublin bay. 
594 A View of College Green, 
Dublin, taken from Gra(lon 
Street, representing Trinity 
I Collie, the late Parliament 

I House, etc. 

A View near Dublin. 
A rebel retreat in the Devil's 
Glen, county of Wicklow, 
Ireland; General Holt is re- 
presented as appointing his 
evening guards. 
Mill near Dublin. 
View in the Dargle, Ireland. 

\o\. Pall Mall. 
Landscape and figures. 
1 7, Tichbome St., Golden Square. 
View in the Dargle, Ireland. 
Caernarvon Castle, North 
Wales. 

46, IVarren Street. 
A waterfall from nature. 

do. do. 

View in the Dargle, county of 
Wicklow. 

ROBERTS, Miss Violet M. 

Miniature Painter. 
Claremont, St. Heller's, /ersey. 
1904. 1 178 Portrait of a lady. 

ROBERTS, W Painter. 

1828. 595 View of the Town of Passage, 
in the county of Waterford, 
Ireland. 



617 
619 



1808. 


38 

»3» 


1809. 


258 


I8II. 


232 
541 


I8I8. 


156 
238 
»45 



324 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



ROBERTS, W. T. B Painter. 

1 6, Southgaie Road^ 

Winchester. 
1880. 912 Bonniers, Seine-et-Oise. 

ROBERTS, Mrs Painter. 

3, Cardington Street. 
iSSi* 931 Odontoglossum Grande. 

ROBERTSON, Captain {of His Majesty s 
Corps of Engineers^ now in America). 

Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1778. 386 View of the Castle of Car- 
narvon, in Wales; drawing. 

387 Another view of the Castle of 

Carnarvon, in Wales, do. 

388 View of the Castle of Aber- 

conway, in Wales. do. 

389 View of the Castle of CaerfiUy 

in Wales. do. 

390 A View in Wales. do. 



Painter. 



ROBERTSON 

1836. 299 Landscape. 



ROBERTSON, Andrew, A.R.H.A. 

Miniature Painter. 
21, Cecil Street y Strand. 

1802. 719 An old man. 

724 Mr. Peter Coxe. 

725 Portrait of himself. 
783 do. a lady. 
788 do. do. 

811 do. a gentleman. 

1803. 774 B. West, Esq. 
775 P. Warren, Esq. 

77(i Jenny. "Their eldest hope, 
their Jenny, woman-grown, 
etc." 

1 6, Cecil Street y Strand. 

1804. 693 The Bishop of Durham. {Shute 

Barrington.) 

694 Lord Reay. 

725 Captain Drummond. 

740 Mrs. Ferguson. 

767 Mrs. M'Kenzie. 

36, Gerrard Street^ Soho. 
1S05. 348 Mrs. Mountain as Margaretta. 
" With lowly suit and plain- 
tive ditty." 

354 Col. the Hon. T. Erskine. 

374 Col. Canning of the 8th L.L.V. 

378 Miss Dechement. 

387 Mr. Pettyward. 

407 Col. Kensington of the 3rd 

L.L.V. 

408 Capt. Skeene, R.N. 
410 Miss Pritt. 



(Miniature Painter to H.R.H. the 
Duke of Sussex.) 

33, Gerrard Street. 

1806. 674 Mr. Alderman Hankey, Lieut.- 

Col. of the 9th Loyal Lon- 
don Volunteers. 
693 Lieut.-Col. Reader of the St. 

Andrew's and St George's, 

Holbom. 
707 Major-General the Marquis of 

Huntley, Colonel of the 

42nd Regiment 
715 Portrait of a lady. 
720 H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex, 

Lieut.-Colonel of the Loyal 

North Britons. 
751 Alderman Sir H. C. Combe, 

Lieut-Col. of the loth L.L. 

Volunteers. 
776 Mrs. Stephenson. 

1807. 813 H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex. 
832 E. V. Utterson, Esq., and Mr. 

C. Heath. 
895 A. Pell, Esq. 

901 Lieut-Col. Birch, ist R^> 
ment of London Loyal Vo- 
lunteers. 
918 Mr. Cheesewright 
712 Mrs. Newton. 
754 Mr. Boville. 
778 Portrait of a lady. 
801 J. Forster, Esq. 
608 Mr. Kinloch. 

A frame containing the por- 
traits of Mr. Wilkie, Mrs. 
Cadogan, and a lady. 
Mr. D. Wilkie, A.R.A. 
Mr. P. Coxe. 
Mr. J. Gwilt 

The gipsey mother and child 
from nature. 
400 Portrait of a lady. 
414 Miss Fawcett and two brothers. 

416 Mrs. P. W. Wyatt 

417 Portrait of a gentleman. 
555 Mr. Auldjo. 

557 W. Rawlins, Esq., Cornwall. 
559 Portrait of a lady. 
675 Mr. R. Sibthorp. 

18 1 3. 422 D. P. Watts, Esq. 
460 S. Wilkin, Esq. 

488 A frame containing the por- 
traits of Mrs. Boville, S. 
M'Gillivray, Esq., and Sir 
A. Mackenzie. 

497 Mrs. St. Ann. 

528 Portrait of a lady* 

1814. 383 Portraits of J. Carbtair&| Estj 

Mrs. Hickley, 
Kenaed 



1808. 



1809. 



1810. 



1811 



1812 



629 



650 
654 
655 

573 




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325 



1814. 425 The Rev. W. T. Briggs and 

Mrs. Briggs. 
459 Portraits of General Sir T. 
Hislop, Mrs. North, and 
Capt. A. Hay. 

181 5. 631 Mrs. Dingwall. 

645 Portraits of Mrs. Sandham, 
Dr. Mackinnon, and Lieut. 
Anderson. 

690 Portrait of a lady. 

691 J. Trumbull, Esq., and a sketch 

of a child. 
738 Portraits of the children of 
W. Bell, Esq. 

18 16. 600 Miss Thomas. 
620 Mrs. Macleod. 
625 Portrait of a lady. 

631 Portraits of Miss Tate, Sir W. 

Paxton, and Mrs. Abbott. 
702 W. Ellice, Esq. 

181 7. 713 J. B. Inglis, Esq. 

715 Portrait of a lady. 
757 do. do. 

768 Portraits of Mr. Leeming, 
Mrs. Dodd, and Mr. Deal- 
try. 

777 Portrait of a lady. 

782 Lady Mackenzie. 

34, Gerrard Street, 

1818. 643 The Rt. Hon. Sir John Sin- 

clair, Bart. 
663 A frame containing the por- 
traits of the Marquis Welles- 
ley, Miss M. Hunter, and 
B. Sydenham, Esq. 

716 E. J. Johnston, Esq. 

823 Frame containing portraits of 
two ladies and a naval officer. 

18 19. 804 Portraits of W.Tate, Esq., and 

a lady. 
881 Portraits of Stratford Canning, 

Esq., and two ladies. 
909 Portraits of Mr. Sergeant Hey- 

wood, Mrs. Spottiswood, and 

Mr. Cowley. 

1820. 649 Mrs. Leigh. 

666 Julia. "Speak! Image of all 
that is dear to this heart, 
etc." 

708 Portraits of Mrs. Bowen and 
son. 

810 Lord King. 

828 Portrait of a lady. 

829 do. gentleman. 
844 Otway Cave, Esq. 
85s W. Burnie, Esq. 
660 The Rev. Archdeacon Coxe. 
698 Miss Margaret Macleod. 
714 H, White, Esq. 

W. Fairlie, Esq. 




1821. 811 



1822. 607 

629 
647 
660 

744 
753 
785 
79 » 

1823. 695 
703 
705 
715 
739 
748 
819 

837 

1824. 607 
620 
653 
664 

740 

747 
760 

769 

1825. 600 

674 
740 

749 
776 
791 
820 
830 

1826. 619 

661 
669 
676 

749 
767 
786 
80s 

1827. 657 



68s 



784 



The Miniature; Portraits of 

Mrs. Wadham Wyndham 

and Miss Slade. 
Lieut. -General the Baron de 

Hochepied. 
Mrs. Thorbum. 
The Rev. Dr. Lindsay. 
Lady Sitwell. 
Frederick Thesiger, Esq. 
John Jackson, Esq., R.A. 
Chas. Russell, Esq. 
The Rev. T. Gisbome. 
Portrait of a lady. 
The Countess of Denbigh. 
Admiral Sir John Orde, Bart. 
J. Hole, Esq. 
J. Croft Brooke, Esq. 
Mrs. T. Blake. 
Miss Kirkpatrick. 
Mrs. J. Hole. 
Mr. Garrett. 
Mrs. Dornford. 
Captain Cosby. 
Miss A. and Miss M. McGil- 

livray. 
Lady King. 

The Hon. Robert Dundas. 
Captain Sykeis. 
Portrait of a young lady. 
Mrs. R. Pigou. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Mrs. Kirkpatrick. 
Mrs. F. Attlee. 
Portrait of a lady. 

— Stein, Esq. 
John Hawkins, Esq. 
R. Hawthorn, Esq. 

The Marquess Wellesley, K.G., 
Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 
The Marchioness Wellesley. 
Alexander Macdonald, Esq. 

— Rougemont, Esq. 
Miss Hobson. 

Miss Parker. 

J. Austin, Esq. 

Roxalana. 

His Excellency the Marquess 
of Wellesley, K.G., Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland, etc. 

The death of the stag. Portrait 
of iEneas Ranaldson Mac- 
donnell, Esq., heir apparent 
of the representative of the 
once Sovereign Lords of the 
Isles and of the ancient 
Earls of Ross. "Near where 
Ben Dhi is raised on high, 
MacAlaister pursued the 
deer, etc." 

The Rev. Edward Bickersteth. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Robertson, Andrew, A.R.H.A, — con- 
tinued, 

1827. 824 Mrs. Clayhills. 

830 The Rev. J. Moore Halsey. 
844 Mrs. Dealtry. 

852 Mrs. North. 
854 Mrs. Smith. 

1828. 708 Sir George Abercrombie Rob- 

inson, Bart. 
73a The late Lady Gore Booth. 

750 Mrs. Howell. 

856 J. J. Buxton, Esq., M.P. 
872 Edward J. Johnston, Esq. 
874 Mrs. Edward J. Johnston. 
893 Sir Robert Gore Booth, Bart. 
933 Mrs. Edward Joshua Cooper. 

1829. 758 Miss Dobson. 

767 William Josh Coltman, Esq. 

868 Mrs. William Josh Coltman. 
876 Alexander Brown, Esq., Lord 

Provost of Aberdeen. 
879 The Recorder of London. 

(Newman Knawiys,) 
920 — Mason, Esq., of Colchester. 
924 Captain N. Duff, R.N. 

929 Mrs. William Coltman. 

1830. 683 Mrs. Grace. 
685 Mrs. Theu. 

745 Docility. 

746 Mrs. Samuel Hoare. 
859 Portrait of a lady. 

869 Lord Weymouth. 

930 John Jackson, Esq., R.A. 

19, Bemers Street, 

1 83 1. 667 Lady Gore Booth. 
704 John Gulley, Esq. 
706 Mrs. Palmer. 

724 Mrs. Deacon. 
814 Portrait of a lady. 

831 F. Chantrey, Esq., R.A. 
872 S. J. Capper, Esq. 

885 Mrs. Deacon. 

1832. 706 Miss Robertson. 

709 John Scott, Esq., of Green- 
ock. 
746 Mrs. Twyford. 

751 The late Mrs. Laurie. 

761 Lieut-Col. Monteith, H.C.S. 
853 Francis Burton, Esq. 
858 Mrs. Monteith. 
868 S. Twyford, Esq. 

1833. 713 Portrait of a gentleman. 

759 Major Gordon. 

760 Colonel Stannus. 

848 J. Roche, Esq., 2nd Life 

Guards. 
852 Miss Shepherd. 
867 Field Marshal Lord Beresford, 

G.C.B. 1 

910 The Hon. Mrs. Ramsay. i 



809 
833 



847 



1333. 925 Mrs. Dunbar. 

1834. 621 Portrait of a lady. 

646 Harry Mackenzie, Esq. 

764 Madelina. '*She never told 

her love, etc." — Jkoeifth 

Night. 
799 Samuel N. Cawley, Esq. 
808 Mrs. Henry Laumann. 
826 Mrs. James. 
842 Mrs. Tyler. 
850 The Rev. J. E. Tyler. 

1835. 687 Sir Charles Leslie, Bart. 
690 Mrs. Pasley. 

773 Miss RusselL 

783 John Pasley, Esq. 
799 Portrait of a lady. 
Miss Chalmers. 

Alexander Chalmers, Esq., 
author of the Biographical 
Dictionary. 
Mrs. John Pasley. 

1836. 694 The lady of Captain Deare, 

R.N. 
695 John Deacon, Esq. 
702 Emily. 
709 Portrait of a young lady. 

774 Mrs. Barton. 

779 Portrait of a young lady. 

80s Martin Ware, Esq. 

837 A mother's best jewels; minia- 
tures of her children as a 
necklace, etc. 

1837. 768 Mrs. Gore Booth. 

769 The Duke of Roxburgh. 

71 \ Portrait of a lady. 

n% Lord Louth, the Hon. T. 

Bamewall, Charles Martyn, 

Esq., and Mrs. de Zulieta. 
791 The Holy Family; a sketch 

for a domestic altarpiece in 

miniature. 
868 Mrs. Clutterbuck and a young 

lady. 

879 The Duchess of Roxburgh. 
899 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1838. 83s F. W. Newton, Esq. 

873 Simon McGillivray, Esq. 
875 Mrs. Lovibond. 

880 Ring-miniature of his late Ma- 

jesty George the Fourth, and 

bracelet miniature of a gen- 

tleman< 

910 Portrait of a lady. 

935 Alfred Montgomery^ Esq, 

963 J. Scott, Esq*, dentist. 

1002 Peter Borthwick, Esq,, late 

M.P. for Evesham, '* H« 

first the SNUFP-BOKopcniKl, 

then the caseJ'-->it<^ ^4Vltf j 

Laek* 




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327 



1839. 


848 
875 




888 




914 




977 
987 


1840. 


990 
1014 

701 



73* 
746 



763 



802 

803 

832 

1841. 617 



760 
822 
832 

853 
862 
872 
1842. 758 
759 

768 
769 
848 
856 
911 



Miss Mellish. 

Captain Phillips, late of the 
7th Hussars. 

A. S. Dowling, Esq. 

Portrait of a Vice-President of 
the Artists' General Bene- 
volent Institution. 

Miss Paul. 

Master King, son of the Hon. 
Robert King. 

Mrs. N. E. Vaughen. 

Mrs. Macgillivray. 

Major Hutchinson, Bengal En- 
gineers, F.R.S., Resident 
Director of the Collie for 
Civil Engineers, Kentish 
Town. 

Miss Happy Warren. 

Bracelet miniatures of Major 
Thew and the Rev. J. F. 
Colls, B.D., of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, and senior 
curate of Hampstead. 

Portrait of an officer of the 
Rifle Brigade. 

Mrs. Arbuthnot. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

P. Chalmers, Esq., M.P. 

The Rev. Hugh M'Neile, 
A.M. "Thou shalt not bow 
down to them, nor worship 
them." 

Robert Harrison, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Rev. H. J. Daubeny, M.A. 

Rev. J. Hobart Caunter, M.A. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Mrs. Thew. 

Mr. James Guthrie. 

The Venerable Archdeacon 
Philpot. 

A young lady. 

William Stirling, Esq. 

Mrs. James Walker. 

Mrs. James Scott. 

Mrs. Boxill. 



ROBERTSON, Archibald ... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Mr, Robertson. 
1772. 309 A view of the wonderful bridge 
of Veja, in the Veronese 
Mountains, of solid marble, 
the arch of which measures 
about 120 feet. 
310 A View of the village of Luz, 
looking up the valley of 
Bareges in the Pyrenean 
mountains. 



1788. 



1789. 



1790. 
1796. 



Mr. Arch. Robertson. 
1775. 3^3 A view of a waterfall in the 
Pyrensean mountains. 
A. Robertson^ 

Saviiie Passage^ 

Conduit Street. 
1 78 1. 469 A remarkable arch of Snow in 
the Pirenian mountains. 
473 View of the Waterfall of 
Governie. 
Charles Street^ 

St. fame fs Square. 
1787. 593 Inside view of a subterraneous 
cavern called Thinshouse 
Cave, near Whetton, Derby- 
shire; water-colours. 
566 View, looking outwards from 
the mouth of the Great 
Cavern at Castletown, 
Derbyshire. 
514 View of the crater of Mount 
Etna at the time of its erup- 
tion. 
688 View on the coast of Naples. 
445 Conflagration of the grand 
arsenals and Navy of Toulon 
on the night of December 
i8th, 1793. 
(The above are evidently by one artist, 
but whether they are by Archibald Robert- 
son, the elder brother of Andrew, is doubt- 
ful. Miss Emily Robertson in her letters, 
etc., of Andrew Robertson (printed in 
1897), states that Archibald came to Lon- 
don in 1786, and went to America in 1791. 
He was bom in 1765, so the 1775 exhibit 
must be by a different Arch. Robertson.) 



ROBERTSON, Arthur Painter. 

I, Hampton Grove^ Surbiton. 
1883. 931 Isola Tibierina, Rome. 

1066 Interior, S. Maria in Trastevere, 
Rome. 

1885. 19*9 S. Maria del Popolo, Rome. 

1886. 1 1 54 Minerva. 

3, Steel^s Studios, N. W. 

1887. 1266 Biblioteca, Siena. 

1888. 1349 The Wise Virgins. "Behold 

the brid^room cometh; go 
ye forth to meet him." 

1889. 1706 S. Maria del Popolo, Rome. 

146, Portsdown Road, 

Maida Vale. 

1890. 1583 " I won't sit." After F. G. Cot- 

man. 
The Lodge, Thursley, 

Godalming. 
1903. 917 "Not learned, save in gracious 
household ways." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



ROBERTSON, Charles. 

Miniature Painter. 

lo, Craven Street^ Strand, 
1790. 295 Portrait of an officer. 
699 do. a lady. 

C. Robertson {from Dublin)^ 
93, New Bond Street, 
1806. 593 Mrs. Carrol. 

662 Mrs. C. Beresford and child. 
75, Upper Berkeley Street, 

1808. 719 Mr. Ryan and his family. 

1809. 653 The Hon. J. W. King. 
702 R. Jones, Esq. 

18 10. 68 s Anacreon Moore. 

ROBERTSON, Charles, A,R.W,S, 

Painter and Etcher. 
Aix-tn- Provence, 

1863. 26 Boufifasik, Algeria. 

Aix-en-Provence^ 

and Walton^ Liverpool, 

1864. 318 £1 Mahalla; the caravan. 

Walton-on- Thames, 

1874. 1424 Bab Zuweyleh, Cairo. 

1877. 572 The wall of wailing, Jerusalem. 

"O God, the heathen are 

come into thine inheritance, 

etc." — Psalm Ixxix, i. 

1879. 3^9 I^oor of a mosque. Lower 

Egypt. 
954 The shoes of the faithful. 

1880. 284 Meum et tuum. 

Meadow House^ Godalming, 

1 88 1. 494 A carpet "dellal" (broker), 

Cairo. 

1882. 866 The shoes of the Faithful. 
896 Poppies. 

1278 The shoes of the Faithful; 
etching. 

1883. 1022 The ebbing tide, Porlock. 
1069 A story-teller, Morocco. 

1885. 191 Hie jacet. "The waste and 
lumber of the shore." 

ROBERTSON, Charles John. 

Miniature Painter. 

74, Welbeck Street, 
1798. 83 The Spartan boy. 

Gainsborough, 

181 1. 343 Portrait of the daughter of 

H. Smith, Esq., of Gains- 
borough. 

18 1 2. 586 Portrait of the infant daughter 

of H. Smith, Esq., of Gains- 
borough. 

635 Interior of a cottage — morning. 

653 Cheerfulness; Portrait of Miss 
Weston. "Cheerfulness, a 
nymph of healthiest hue, Her 



bow across her shoulder 

flung, etc." 
1 81 2. 677 Portraits of a lady and child. 

79, New Bond Street. 
18 14. 389 Sir H. Nelthorpe. 

412 Lady W. Beauclerck. 

413 Lady Nelthorpe. 
446 Miss CracrofL 

6, Marlborough Street. 

18 16. 743 J. Nelthorpe, Esq. 
748 Lady Monson. 
752 Mrs. Jenkins. 

772 Mr. Beall. 

1817. 775 Lord Russell. 

18 19. 747 F. Johnson, Esq. 

916 The late John Johnson, Esq. 
II, Soho Square. 

1820. 667 Mrs. Briarley. 

706 Admiral Lord Amelius Beau- 
clerc. 

Chiswick. 
1825. 436 Wilmot's new strawberry, the 
Superb, raised from seed at 
Isleworth. 
1827. 593 Phillip's Ingulphus Pear, a new 
variety, raised by him at his 
exhibition of fruit trees, near 
Vauxhall. 
849 Phillip's Cellini Apple, a new 
variety, raised by him at his 
exhibition of fruit trees, near 
Vauxhall. 

Warton House^ Isletvorth. 
1830. 620 My father's dinner. 

ROBERTSON, C. Kay Painter. 

Kay Robertson, 

146, Princes Street, 

Edinburgh. 
1892. 826 A Veteran of Waterloo. 

28, T^te Street, Chelsea. 

1 90 1. 828 Miss Gertrude Nutter. 

1902. 1275 Joseph Pike, Esq. 

ROBERTSON, Mrs. C. Kay Qane). 
Miniature Fainter. 
Kay Robertson, 

The Nest, Carshalton, 

Surrey. 

1898. 1429 Mrs. Watson. 

1430 Mrs. John C. TumbuU. 

143 1 Elsie, daughter of Professor 

Bedson. 
Jane K Robertson, 

16, Wellington Square, 

Chelsea. 

1899. 1258 The Earl of Hopetoim, Lord 

Chamberlain. 

The Guest House, Wanstecui. 

1900. 1446 George Edward Cokayne^ &q. 



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329 



28, Tite Street 

1 90 1. 1 321 George Walters, Esq. 
1379 Rev. Arthur Thomas. 

1902. 1 141 Miss Sylvia Cokayne. 

ROBERTSON, D Architect. 

181 2. 825 Project for improving the ap- 
proaches to the theatres by 
clearing away the buildings 
in front of Drury Lane 
Theatre northward to Long 
Acre, and the buildings from 
Covent Garden Theatre, 
eastward to Drury Lane, and 
making an open area or 
square, the south and west 
sides of which it is proposed 
should be occupied by 
Covent Garden and Drury 
Lane Theatres, the north 
side by the proposed third 
theatre, and the East side 
by new and extensive police 
offices, in lieu of the present 
one in Bow Street. 

Hammersmith, 
18 1 5. 800 A new square. 

5, St. Jame^s Square, 
1823. 916 Design for a College chapel. 
9S3 do. do. do. 

15, Green Street^ 

Grosvenor Square, 
1827. 933 Clarendon Press, Oxford. 
934 All Souls* College, Oxford. 
1065 Worcester College, Oxford. 

ROBERTSON, David M., A,R.S.A, 

Painter. 

School of Art, 

Douglas, Isle of Man, 
1892. 1207 A lift by the way, Connemara. 

ROBERTSON, Edward. 

Miniature Painter. 

34, Gerrard Street, 

1830. 673 John Terry Harwood, Esq. 
712 The Rev. Henry North. 
714 John Cumine, Esq., Junr. 
738 Portrait of a gentleman. 
747 John Thornhill, Junr., Esq. 
766 Charles Lane, Esq. 

19, Bemers Street, and 

27, Dame Street, Dublin, 

1831. 666 Richard Lane, Esq., A.R.A. 
839 Mr. Peter Laurie. 

848 J. Macdonald Harris, Esq. 
183 a. 775 Portrait of himself. 
1837. 949 Portrait of a gentleman. 
▼I. 




ROBERTSON, Eric Forbes- 
Painter. 
22, Bedford Square, 

1890. 425 Evening sunlight. 

1 89 1. 278 The Empty cradle. 



ROBERTSON, George Painter. 

6, Titchfield Street, 

Oxford Market, 
1772. 214 A landscape, a view taken near 
Tivoli. 

215 A landscape, a wood scene, 

with the story of Venus and 
Adonis. 

216 Two drawings. 



ROBERTSON, George Edward. 

Painter. 
G, Robertson, 

3, Chestnut Terrace, 

Battersea, 
1885. 996 In memoriam. 

16, Rendell Street, Battersea, 

1888. 1032 A portrait. 

1889. 877 In the meadows. East Berg- 

holt. 
1074 Folkestone from the cliffs. 

Bolan House, Battersea, 

1891. 783 A comer of the old garden. 

1892. 576 Her birthday cake. 
627 The milkmaid. 

1893. 37 Death of King Lear. — King 

Lear, Act V. 
466 Portrait of a gentleman. 
749 In the spring time. 
1895. 567 Mark Antony's oration over the 
body of Caesar. — Julius 
Ccesar, Act III, Sc. 2. 
1897. 93 My mother. 

689 The banished Coriolanus leav- 
ing Rome. 
959 Going to the festival. 

* 190, Ebury Street, 

1899. 44-2 Othello relates the story of 

his \^<^,— Othello, Act I, Sc. 
iii. 
469 Calling home the cows. 

1900. 375 The Lady of Shalott. "Out 

upon the wharf they came, 
Knight and burgher, lord 
and dame." — Tennyson, 

1901. 435 The bard. " The bard awakes 

his lays, etc." 

1903. 349 The parson going to deliver his 

last sermon, assisted by the 
squire's daughter. 

1904. 279 A critical moment: smugglers 

surprised. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



ROBERTSON, G. J Painter. 

IIS, Fkei Street 

1 83 1. 335 Thomas South, Esq. 

Bexminsier^ Dorset, 

1832. 183 Dr. Palmer. 

Peterborough Courts 

Fleet Street. 
1836. 493 Brougham Castle, Westmore- 
land. 
((?. /. R. in the index, /. H, R. in 
the catalogue.) 

ROBERTSON, Henry Painter. 

102, Christchurch St^ Ipswich, 
1888. 139* Orford. 

1892. 1 145 Mackerel Market, Lowestoft. 
1894. 1 1 93 An Essex Creek. 

ROBERTSON, Henry Robert. 

Painter and Etcher. 
36, Hart Street, Bloomshury, 
629 The Tatler. 
631 "Das Grab soil Triumphthor 

seyn." — Mahlmann, 
633 Opening a lock on the Thames. 
594 A weir bridge on the Thames. 
608 Old stained glass. 
659 Cutting rushes on the Thames. 
5, John Street, Bedford Row, 
773 The wreck ashore. 
729 Giovannina Margutta. 

770 Up-river boat "Pride of the 
Thames." 

771 Contadina in Rome. 

780 The water-lily. 
748 A Thames eyot. 
41 1 Chequered shade. " Jog on, jog 

on the footpath way, etc." 

781 Stalking-horse on the Upper 
Thames. 

845 Feeding Ducks on the Thames. 
I, Steele s Studios, 
1875. 444 Winter. 

585 A ferry on the Upper Thames. 
52 Driftwood. 

230 Wreckage. 

389 Grig-weels. 

286 Rush harvest. 

919 The plough. 

63 A summer flood. 

405 Gleaners. 

524 Until the evening. 
1007 Ave Maria. 

1063 Mabel, daughter of A. Southby, 
Esq. 

540 Leaving the old home. 

863 Shrimpers on the Sussex Coast. 

184 The sheep bridge. 

815 Her own gleanings. 

843 A Thames side farm. 



1869. 



1870. 



1871. 
1872. 



1873- 
1874. 



1876. 



1877. 
1878. 

1879. 
1880. 

1881. 
1883. 
1884. 



1884. 1448 '* The ploughman homeward 

plods his weary way." 
1467 An upland farm; etching. 

1885. 639 Les Bonnes Soeurs. 
1589 Sultry noon; a pastoral 
1597 Cardinal Newman. 

1886. 1459 The plough. 

1476 An old Breton well. 
1890. 1534 Master Donald S. Robertson. 

1535 The late E. S. White, Esq. 

1536 Miss Margaret Devitt. 

1537 The late Henry Littleton, Esq. 

1538 Miss Creagh. 

1577 House at Hampstead. After 
J. Constable, R.A. 

1892. 1502 The avenue — twilight. After 

J. MacWhirter, A.R.A. 

1893. 134" Mrs. H. R. Robertson. 

1894. 1364 The challenge. After W. Q. 

Orchardson, Esq., R.A. 

1895. 1 178 The late Miss Louisa Gould. 
1 196 Miss Margaret Clark. 

1896. i44« Mrs. Terry Cooper. 

1899. 1230 An old Breton well 

1900. 1273 Putting down eel-baskets. 
1282 La Madonna di Mestre. 

1901. 1065 Sultry noon— a pastoral. 
1904. 1409 Her own gleanings. 

ROBERTSON, J Painter. 

I, Great Chesterfield Street, 

181 5. 731 View near Ashboum. 

735 View near Dovedale, Derby- 
shire. 

18 16. 444 View in Derbyshire. 

45i High Street, Marylebone, 

1 818. 769 View near Lyme Regis, Dorset. 

1819. 1106 View near Charmouth. 
1124 View near Bridport 

ROBERTSON, J Gem Engraver. 

164, Strand. 
1833. 899 Head of Melpomene; an en- 
graving on a die. 
1835. 1018 Medallic portrait of the late 
Robert Edmonstone, Esq. 
42 1, Clarendon Square, 
1838. 577 Portrait in wax of William 
Maugham, Esq., Lecturer on 
chemistry. 
1840. io7^Ajax. 

ROBERTSON, James Painter. 

37, Foley Place. 

1824. 636 Mr. J. Turner. 

793 Mrs. James Robertson. 

1825. 665 Mrs. Hamilton, Glasgow. 
m Portrait of a gentleman. 

807 do. young gentleman. 

819 do. lady. 




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331 



ROBERTSON, Mrs. James (formerly 
Miss Saunders). 

Miniature Painter. 
37, Foley Place. 

1823. 192 Portrait of the son of J. Broad- 

hurst, Esq. 
674 Portraits of the Hon. Misses 

Drummond Burrell. 
729 Portrait of a gentleman. 
843 do. a lady. 
871 Miss Martin Trotter. 

1824. 604 Portraits of the children of 

Dr. W. Philip. 
634 The Hon. Mrs. Penrhyn. 
724 E. Penrhyn, Esq. 
745 W. Stuart, Esq., M.P. 
748 Mrs. W. Stuart. 
779 Portrait of a lady. 
808 Mrs. H. Napier. 

1825. 591 Portrait of a gentleman. 
598 The Hon. Mrs. Barrington. 
629 The Duke of Northumber- 
land. 

662 Portrait of a lady. 

774 The Duchess of Northumber- 

land. 
804 Portrait of a lady. 
821 Miss Pole. 

1826. 597 Portrait of a gentleman. 

613 Portraits of two grandchildren 
of the Bishop of Kildare. 
(Hon, C, D. Lindsay.) 

634 Lady Joliffe. 

655 The Rt. Hon. Mrs. Stratford 
Canning. 

659 Portrait of a gentleman. 

668 Lady Graham. 

808 Portrait of a lady. 

809 The Rt. Hon. the Countess of 

Sheffield. 

1827. 644 Mrs. Anstruther Thomson. 
648 The Rt. Hon. William Adams, 

Lord Chief Commissioner of 
the Jury Court of Scotland. 
661 Sir Edmund Antrobus, Bart. 
676 Portrait of the eldest son of Sir 

Edmund Antrobus, Bart 
684 Mrs. James Alexander. 
713 Lady Adam. 
786 The Hon. Robert Lindsay. 
821 Lady Majori banks. 

27, Argyle Street, 

1828. 735 Mrs. J. Hankey. 

775 Mrs. Forbes of Callander. 

895 Portrait of the second son of 

Lord Glenlyon. 
924 Mrs. Johnstone. 

1829. 68i Mrs. Fullarton. 
700 Lady Bruce. 

716 Portrait of a lady. 



1829. 761 Robert, son of Robert Hedley, 
Esq. 
865 Lady Anne Ramsay. 
883 Miss Louisa Grant. 
894 Viscountess Barrington. 
927 The Hon. Mrs. Charles Lind- 



1830. 



1831. 



196 

665 

755 
849 
875 



931 

563 
673 
702 
740 
817 

833 

865 

896 

1832. 280 

293 

7" 
847 
848 
861 

877 
888 



1833. 



1834. 



I 
707 
722 

7*3 
75a 
769 
850 
869 



241 
307 

675 
700 

763 
779 
809 

1835. 151 

3H 
361 

638 

647 
673 



say. 
Portrait of a young lady. 

do. do. 

David Anderson, Esq. 
Sir John Hay, Bart. 
Sir John Naesmith, Bart. 
Portrait of the lady of General 

Slade. 
The Hon. Mrs. Robert Smith. 
Charles Lym Stephens, Esq. 
The Countess of Clanwilliam. 
Sir John Hay, Bart. 
Lady Naysmith. 
Lord Ashley. 

The Duchess of Buccleuch. 
Viscountess Stormont. 
Marchioness of Sligo. 
Portrait of an officer in the 

2nd Life Guards. 
Stephen Lyne Stephens, Esq. 
The Marquis of Sligo. 
The Marchioness of Lothian. 
Lady Elizabeth Trefusis. 
Lady Brudenell. 
The Duke of Buccleuch. 
Lady Evelina, daughter of the 

Earl Gower. 

36, Harley Street. 
The Hon. Mrs. Pelham. 
The Marchioness of Lothian. 
Rowland Egerton Warburton, 

Esq. and Mrs. Warburton. 
Fleetwood Shawe, Esq. 
Lord Rivers. 
Mrs. Puller. 

The Hon. Mrs. Pelham. 
Lady Grey Egerton. 
Countess of Dartmouth and 

Lady Charlotte Legg. 
Lady Majoribanks and children. 
Lady Rolle. 

do. 
Alexander Ogilby, Esq. 
Lady Hanmer. 
Mrs. Ogilby. 
Miss Gardner. 
Mrs. Legh of High Legh, 

Cheshire. 
Lord Rivers. 
The Countess of Lincoln and 

Lord Clinton. 
Lady Rivers. 

The Hon. Charles Abbott. 
Lady Elizabeth Courtenay. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Robertson, 


1835- 


841 


1836. 


1007 
347 




492 
669 




684 
692 


1837. 


795 
210 




419 




557 


1838. 


915 
322 




5*3 
855 


1839. 


887 
956 
132 
268 




550 
887 




921 




933 




949 


1841. 


964 
435 



1842. 402 

403 

1843. 4>7 

4*5 
426 

969 
1003 
1055 



Mrs. James — continued. 

Lord Powerscourt 

Charles Lyne Stephens, Esq. 

Lady Gerrard. 

The Hon. Miss Milford. 

Mrs. Legh of High Legh, 
Cheshire. 

Lady Clinton. 

Mrs. Battie Wrightson. 

Lady Louisa Forbes. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Mrs. Scaresbrook. 

Baroness James de Rothschild 
and two of her children. 

Lord Clinton. 

Portraits of four of the children 
of Lord Clinton. 

Mrs. Heneage. 

A frame containing portraits of 
Miss Ponsonby and Lady 
Louisa Forbes. 

Mrs. Fairfax. 

Lord Clinton. 

Selina, Viscountess Milton. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Mrs. Milnes Gaskell. 

Lady Louisa Hughan. 

Lady Kirk and her son. 

Lord RoUe. 

Portrait of the daughter of Mrs. 
William Locke. 

Mrs. Davidson. 

Portraits of the Grand Duch- 
esses Olga and Alexandrina, 
daughters of the Emperor of 
Russia. 

Lady Caroline Duncombe and 
Lady Elizabeth Campbell, 
daughters of Earl Cawdor. 

The daughters of the Count de 
Flahadlt. 

The children of Lord Clin- 
ton. 

Miss Herbert. 

The Baroness Lionel de Roth- 
schild and children. 

Captain Clark. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

His Imperial Majesty Nicholas 
I, Emperor of all the Russias 
and the Empress Alexandra 
Febdbravna. Their Imperial 
Majesties are represented in 
the cabinet of the Empress 
(where the picture was 
painted), in the Winter 
Palace at St. Petersburgh. 
Fainted for Her Imperial 
Highness the Grand Duchess 
Alexandrina Nicholasiona, 



(Member of the Imperial Academy of 
St. Petersburg.) 

6, Bentifuk Street. 
1844. 556 John Clarke. 

972 Portraits of Baroness Anthony 
de Rothschild and daughter. 
986 Portraits. 

ROBERTSON, Miss Janet S. 

Painter. 

9, Elsworthy Terrace^ N. W. 
1903. 928 Endymion. 

ROBERTSON, John Ewart. 

Painter. 
Kelso. 

1844. 545 The Duchess of Roxburgh. 

10, Colquitt Street^ Liverpool. 
1853. 48 Portrait of a lady. 

9, Slater Street^ Liverpool. 
1855. '43 Portrait of an old Scotch lady. 
156 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1857. 396 John Stewart, Esq., late Mayor 

of Liverpool. Presentation 
portrait. 

1858. 452 Portrait of a lady. 

1859. 176 Joseph Robinson, Esq. 
363 Mrs. Laurence R. Baily. 

1861. 334 The late George Holt, Esq. 
Painted for the Board Room 
of the Liverpool Institute. 
1863. 192 William Preston, Esq. Presen- 
tation portrait. 
1865. 319 James Aikin, Esq., of Liver- 
pool. 

2, Langham Chambers. 
246 C. J. Riethmiiller, Esq. 
411 Young Bacchanal. 



ROBERTSON, Johnston Forbes-. 




Painter. 




Mountfort House^ Bctmsbury. 


1874. 


1368 Mrs. Rousby in the character 




of Marie Stuart 




25, Charlotte Street, 




Bedford Square. 


1876. 


457 Miss Ellen Terry. 


1877. 


295 Miss Charlotte Mac Carthy. 


1879. 


931 Ferdinand Arkwright, Esq. 


1880. 


336 Thomas Brock, Esq. 




503 Miss Janet Wood. 


1882. 


464 C. B. ; a portrait. 


1888. 


992 Mrs. Price. 



ROBERTSON, J. Murray. 

Architect. 

33, Albert Square, Lhdndee. 
1897. 1854 Lochee Free Libraryand Baths. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



333 



ROBERTSON,!. R Painter. 

2, Langham Chambers, 
1866. 244 Uaspirant. 

ROBERTSON, Miss Margaret 

Forbes- Miniature Painter. 

22, Bedford Square, 

1892. 1353 Miss Aline Forde. 
1354 Miss Dorothy Mocatta. 
1 391 Mrs. Leggatt. 

1893. 1302 Mrs. Cameron Shute. 

1894. 1290 A portrait. 

ROBERTSON, Miss Painter. 

1809. 582 A drawing: Portraits of her 
brother and sister. 

ROBERTSON, Miss. 

Miniature Painter. 
36, Harley Street. 
1843. 706 Mrs. Dillon Tennant. 

707 Son of the late John Macdonall, 

Esq., of Logan. 
838 Frame containing three por- 
traits. 
850 do. do. do. 

934 Four portraits. 
995 Mrs. Allison, 
loi I Thomas Allison, Esq. 
1 02 1 Son of Joseph Graham, Esq. 

ROBERTSON, Percy Painter. 

Meadow House^ Godalming, 
1890. 1 63 1 Charterhouse School from the 
west. 
1637 A Wet day, Whitby. 

1892. 1205 The ferry. King's Lynn. 

1893. "5« Valley of Torridge, North 

Devon. 

1895. 1319 Across the Common. 

1896. 1447 In East Anglia. 
1472 The Plough. 

1897. 1308 Red-roofed Whitby. 

1898. 1 1 20 Gathering night, Whitby. 
1900. 1299 The Watchers. 

2, Clifton Hill Studios, 
1902. 804 Shirley Poppies. 

1012 The Castle rocks, Lynton. 
1904. 924 The garden gate. 

ROBERTSON, T Painter. 

Derby, 
1799. 763 Views from nature. 
{T, Robertson in index^ G, Robertson in 
catalogue,) 

ROBERTSON, Tom Painter. 

180, West Regent Street, 

Glasgow, 
1889. 589 Bowling Harbour. 



257, West Campbell Street, 

Glasgow, 
1890. 6 The lazy, languid afternoon. 
1892. 523 A Grey day on the Clyde off 
Greenock. 
KirtonHall, West Kilbride, 

near Glasgow, 

1895. 54 Findhorn. 

21, Camden Road, N, 

1899. 119 Venice. 

457 Dweeran, Southern Morocco. 
897 S. Maria della Salute, Venice. 

1900. 443 Moonrise on the Tay. 

12a, Finchley Road, 

1901. 651 Moonrise, Carteret, Normandy. 

ROBERTSON , Victor J Painter. 

Bolan House, Battersea, 
1892. 1544 Illustration for Julius Csesar, 

act iv, sc. 3. 
1S95. 940 Vintage festival. 

1896. 1053 The priestess of the Pythian 

Apollo. 

1898. 705 An Enchantress. 

190, Ebury Street, 

1899. 17 1 2 The four seasons. 

1900. 366 Penelope and the suitors. — 

Homer, 

1902. 330 The beggar's daughter of Bed- 

nail Green. "And every 
brave gallant that once did 
her see. Was straightway en- 
amoured of pretty Bessie." 

1903. 587 Paolo and Francesca. 

ROBERTSON, W Architect. 

19, George Street, Surrey Road, 

1797. 376 College at Kilkenny. 

664 Kilkenny Castle, the seat of the 
Earl of Ormonde. 

1798. 937 Design for the garden front of 

a villa. 

ROBERTSON, W Painter. 

2, Dowgate Hill. 

1820. 103 Mr. Wigan. 

37, Edmund Street, 

Battle Bridge. 

182 1. 179 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
232 Portrait of a lady. 

1823. 4 Sir Charles Aldis and son. 

ROBERTSON, W. Graham. 

Painter. 

13, Melbury Road, Kensington. 

1896. 1543 "Circled about with lambent 

flame, Morgan le Fay hath 

breathed thy name." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



ROBERTS, W. T. B Painter. 

1 6, Southgate Road^ 

Winchester. 
1880. 912 Bonniers, Seine-et-Oise. 

ROBERTS, Mrs Painter. 

3, Cardinglon Street, 
1 85 1. 931 Odontoglossum Grande. 

ROBERTSON, Captain {of His Majesty's 
Corps of Engineers y now in America). 

Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1778. 386 View of the Castle of Car- 
narvon, in Wales; drawing. 

387 Another view of the Castle of 

Carnarvon, in Wales, do. 

388 View of the Castle of Aber- 

conway, in Wales. do. 

389 View of the Castle of Caerfilly 

in Wales. do. 

390 A View in Wales. do. 



, Painter. 



ROBERTSON 

1836. 299 Landscape. 



ROBERTSON, Andrew, A.R,H,A. 

Miniature Painter. 
21, Cecil Street^ Strand, 

1802. 719 An old man. 

724 Mr. Peter Coxe. 

725 Portrait of himself. 
783 do. a lady. 
788 do. do. 

811 do. a gentleman. 

1803. 774 B. West, Esq. 

775 P. Warren, Esq. 

776 Jenny. "Their eldest hope, 

their Jenny, woman-grown, 
etc." 

16, Cecil Streety Strand, 

1804. 693 The Bishop of Durham. {Shute 

Barrington,) 
694 Lord Reay. 
725 Captain Drummond. 
740 Mrs. Ferguson. 
767 Mrs. M*Kenzie. 

36, Gerrard Street^ Soho, 

1805. 348 Mrs. Mountain as Margaretta. 

" With lowly suit and plain- 
tive ditty." 

354 Col. the Hon. T. Erskine. 

374 Col. Canning of the 8th L.L.V. 

378 Miss Dechement. 

387 Mr. Pettyward. 

407 Col. Kensington of the 3rd 

L.L.V. 

408 Capt. Skeene, R.N. 
410 Miss Pritt. 



(Miniature Painter to H.R.H. the 
Duke of Sussex.) 

33, Gerrard Street. 

1806. 674 Mr. Alderman Hankey, Lieut.- 

Col. of the 9th Loyal Lon- 
don Volunteers. 
693 Lieut. -Col. Reader of the St 

Andrew's and St George's, 

Holbom. 
707 Major-General the Marquis of 

Huntley, Colonel of the 

42nd Regiment. 
715 Portrait of a lady. 
720 H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex, 

Lieut.-Colonel of the Loyal 

North Britons. 
751 Alderman Sir H. C. Combe, 

Lieut.-Col. of the loth L.L. 

Volunteers. 
776 Mrs. Stephenson. 

1807. 813 H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex. 
832 £. V. Utterson, Esq., and Mr. 

C. Heath. 

895 A. Pell, Esq. 

901 Lieut-Col. Birch, ist Regi- 
ment of London Loyal Vo- 
lunteers. 

918 Mr. Cheesewright 

1808. 712 Mrs. Newton. 
754 Mr. Boville. 

778 Portrait of a lady. 
801 J. Forster, Esq. 

1809. 608 Mr. Kinloch. 

629 A frame containing the por- 
traits of Mr. Wilkie, Mrs. 
Cadogan, and a lady. 

1 810. 650 Mr. D. Wilkie, A.R.A. 

654 Mr. P. Coxe. 

655 Mr. J. Gwilt 

18 1 1. 573 The gipsey mother and child 

from nature. 

18 1 2. 400 Portrait of a lady. 

414 Miss Fawcett and two brothers. 

416 Mrs. P. W. Wyatt 

417 Portrait of a gentleman. 
555 Mr. Auldjo. 

557 W. Rawlins, Esq., Cornwall. 
559 Portrait of a lady. 
675 Mr. R. Sibthorp. 

18 1 3. 4»* D. P. Watts, Esq. 
460 S. Wilkin, Esq. 

488 A frame containing the por- 
traits of Mrs. Boville, 8. 
M'Gillivray, Esq., and Sir 
A. Mackenzie. 

497 Mrs. St. Ann. 

528 Portrait of a lady. 

1814. 383 Portraits of J. Carstairs, Esq., 

Mrs. Hickley, and Lord 
Kennedy. 



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325 



1 814. 425 The Rev. W. T. Briggs and 

Mrs. Briggs. 
459 Portraits of General Sir T. 
Hislop, Mrs. North, and 
Capt. A. Hay. 

181 5. 631 Mrs. Dingwall. 

645 Portraits of Mrs. Sandham, 
Dr. Mackinnon, and Lieut. 
Anderson. 

690 Portrait of a lady. 

691 J. Trumbull, Esq., and a sketch 

of a child. 
738 Portraits of the children of 
W. BeU, Esq. 

1816. 600 Miss Thomas. 
620 Mrs. Macleod. 
625 Portrait of a lady. 

631 Portraits of Miss Tate, Sir W. 

Paxton, and Mrs. Abbott. 
702 W. Ellice, Esq. 

181 7. 713 J. B. Inglis, Esq. 

715 Portrait of a lady. 
757 do. do. 

768 Portraits of Mr. Leeming, 
Mrs. Dodd, and Mr. Deal- 
try. 

777 Portrait of a lady. 

782 Lady Mackenzie. 

34, Gerrard Street, 

1818. 643 The Rt. Hon. Sir John Sin- 

clair, Bart. 
663 A frame containing the por- 
traits of the Marquis Welles- 
ley, Miss M. Hunter, and 
B. Sydenham, Esq. 

716 E. J. Johnston, Esq. 

823 Frame containing portraits of 
two ladies and a naval officer. 

18 19. 804 Portraits of W. Tate, Esq., and 

a lady. 
881 Portraits of Stratford Canning, 

Esq., and two ladies. 
909 Portraits of Mr. Sergeant Hey- 

wood, Mrs. Spottiswood, and 

Mr. Cowley. 

1820. 649 Mrs. Leigh. 

666 Julia. "Speak! Image of all 
that is dear to this heart, 
etc." 

708 Portraits of Mrs. Bowen and 
son. 

810 Lord King. 

828 Portrait of a lady. 

829 do. gentleman. 
844 Otway Cave, Esq. 

855 W. Burnie, Esq. 

182 1. 660 The Rev. Archdeacon Coxe. 
698 Miss Margaret Macleod. 
714 H. White, Esq. 

794 W. Fairlie, Esq. 



1823. 



1824. 



182 1. 811 The Miniature; Portraits of 

Mrs. Wadham Wyndham 
and Miss Slade. 

1822. 607 Lieut-General the Baron de 
Hochepied. 

Mrs. Thorburn. 

The Rev. Dr. Lindsay. 

Lady Sitwell. 

Frederick Thesiger, Esq. 

John Jackson, Esq., R.A. 

Chas. Russell, Esq. 

The Rev. T. Gisbome. 

Portrait of a lady. 

The Countess of Denbigh. 

Admiral Sir John Orde, Bart. 

J. Hole, Esq. 

J. Croft Brooke, Esq. 

Mrs. T. Blake. 

Miss Kirkpatrick. 

Mrs. J. Hole. 

Mr. Garrett. 

Mrs. Domford. 

Captain Cosby. 

Miss A. and Miss M. McGil- 

livray. 
Lady King. 

The Hon. Robert Dundas. 
Captain Sykeis. 
Portrait of a young lady. 
Mrs. R. Pigou. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Mrs. Kirkpatrick. 
Mrs. F. Attlee. 
Portrait of a lady. 

— Stein, Esq. 
John Hawkins, Esq. 
R. Hawthorn, Esq. 
The Marquess Wellesley, K.G., 

Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. 
The Marchioness Wellesley. 
Alexander Macdonald, Esq. 

— Rougemont, Esq. 
Miss Hobson. 
Miss Parker. 
J. Austin, Esq. 
Roxalana. 
His Excellency the Marquess 

of Wellesley, K.G., Lord 
Lieutenant of Ireland, etc. 

685 The death of the stag. Portrait 
of iEneas Ranaldson Mac- 
donnell, Esq., heir apparent 
of the representative of the 
once Sovereign Lords of the 
Isles and of the ancient 
Earls of Ross. " Near where 
Ben Dhi is raised on high, 
MacAlaister pursued the 
deer, etc." 

784 The Rev. Edward Bickersteth. 



629 
647 
660 

744 
753 
785 
79 » 
69s 

703 
705 

715 
739 
748 
819 
837 
607 
620 
653 
664 



740 
747 
760 

769 

1825. 600 

674 
740 

749 
77^ 
791 
820 
830 

1826. 619 

661 
669 
676 

749 
767 
786 
805 

1827. 657 



326 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Robertson, Andrew, A.R.H.A. — con- 


1833- 


9»5 


tinued 


r^ 


1834. 


621 


1827. 


824 Mrs. Clayhills. 




646 




830 The Rev. J. Moore Halsey. 




764 




844 Mrs. Dealtry. 








85* Mrs. North. 








854 Mrs. Smith. 




799 


1828. 


708 Sir George Abercrombie Rob- 




808 




inson, Bart. 




826 




73* The late Lady Gore Booth. 




842 




750 Mrs. Howell. 




850 




856 J. J. Buxton, Esq., M.P. 


1835. 


687 




872 Edward J. Johnston, Esq. 




690 




874 Mrs. Edward J. Johnston. 




773 




893 Sir Robert Gore Booth, Bart. 




783 




933 Mrs. Edward Joshua Cooper. 




799 


1829. 


75S Miss Dobson. 




809 




767 William Josh Coltman, Esq. 




833 




868 Mrs. William Josh Coltman. 








876 Alexander Brown, Esq., Lord 








Provost of Aberdeen. 




847 




879 The Recorder of London. 


1836. 


694 




{Newman Knawlys,) 








920 — Mason, Esq., of Colchester. 




69s 




924 Captain N. Duff, R.N. 




702 




929 Mrs. William Coltman. 




709 


1830. 


683 Mrs. Grace. 




774 




685 Mrs. Theu. 




779 




745 Docility. 




805 




746 Mrs. Samuel Hoare. 




837 




859 Portrait of a lady. 








869 Lord Weymouth. 








930 John Jackson, Esq., R.A. 


1837. 


768 




19, Bemers Street, 




769 


1831. 


667 Lady Gore Booth. 




n^ 




704 John GuUey, Esq. 




77^ 




706 Mrs. Palmer. 








724 Mrs. Deacon. 








814 Portrait of a lady. 




79" 




831 F. Chantrey, Esq., R.A. 








872 S. J. Capper, Esq. 








885 Mrs. Deacon. 




868 


1832. 


706 Miss Robertson. 








709 John Scott, Esq., of Green- 




879 




ock. 




899 




746 Mrs. Twyford. 


1838. 


835 




751 The late Mrs. Laurie. 




873 




761 Lieut.-Col. Monteith, H.C.S. 




875 




853 Francis Burton, Esq. 




880 




858 Mrs. Monteith. 








868 S. Twyford, Esq. 






1833- 


713 Portrait of a gentleman. 








759 Major Gordon. 




910 




760 Colonel Stannus. 




935 




848 J. Roche, Esq., 2nd Life 




963 




Guards. 




1002 




852 Miss Shepherd. ' 








867 Field Marshal Lord Beresford, 








G.C.B. 








910 The Hon. Mrs. Ramsay. 







Mrs. Dunbar. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Harry Mackenzie, Esq. 

Madelina. '*She never told 
her love, etc." — Twelfth 
Night. 

Samuel N. Cawley, Esq. 

Mrs. Henry Laumann. 

Mrs. James. 

Mrs. Tyler. 

The Rev. J. E. Tyler. 

Sir Charles Leslie, Bart. 

Mrs. Pasley. 

Miss RusselL 

John Pasley, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Miss Chalmers. 

Alexander Chalmers, Esq., 
author of the Biographical 
Dictionary. 

Mrs. John Pasley. 

The lady of Captain Deare, 
R.N. 

John Deacon, Esq. 

Emily. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

Mrs. Barton. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

Martin Ware, Esq. 

A mother's best jewels; minia- 
tures of her children as a 
necklace, etc. 

Mrs. Gore Booth. 

The Duke of Roxburgh. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Lord Louth, the Hon. T. 
Barnewall, Charles Martyn, 
Esq., and Mrs. de Zulieta. 

The Holy Family; a sketch 
for a domestic altarpiece in 
miniature. 

Mrs. Clutterbuck and a young 
lady. 

The Duchess of Roxburgh. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

F. W. Newton, Esq. 

Simon McGillivray, Esq. 

Mrs. Lovibond. 

Ring-miniature of his late Ma- 
jesty George the Fourth, and 
bracelet miniature of a gen- 
tleman. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Alfred Montgomery, Esq. 

J. Scott, Esq., dentist. 

Peter Borthwick, Esq., late 
M.P. for Evesham. "He 
first the Snuff-Box opened, 
then the case."— -^fl/tf oft?u 
Loch. 



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327 



1839. 


848 

875 




888 




914 




977 
987 


1840. 


990 
1014 

702 



1841. 



73* 
746 



763 

8o2 
803 
832 
617 



760 
822 
832 

853 
862 
872 
1842. 758 
759 

768 
769 
848 
856 
911 



Miss Mellish. 

Captain Phillips, late of the 
7th Hussars. 

A. S. Dowling, Esq. 

Portrait of a Vice-President of 
the Artists' General Bene- 
volent Institution. 

Miss Paul. 

Master King, son of the Hon. 
Robert King. 

Mrs. N. E. Vaughen. 

Mrs. Macgillivray. 

Major Hutchinson, Bengal En- 
gineers, F.R.S., Resident 
Director of the Collie for 
Civil Engineers, Kentish 
Town. 

Miss Happy Warren. 

Bracelet miniatures of Major 
Thew and the Rev. J. F. 
Colls, B.D., of Trinity Col- 
lege, Cambridge, and senior 
curate of Hampstead. 

Portrait of an officer of the 
Rifle Brigade. 

Mrs. Arbuthnot. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

P. Chalmers, Esq., M.P. 

The Rev. Hugh M'Neile, 
A.M. "Thou Shalt not bow 
down to them, nor worship 
them." 

Robert Harrison, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Rev. H. J. Daubeny, M.A. 

Rev. J. Hobart Caunter, M.A. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Mrs. Thew. 

Mr. James Guthrie. 

The Venerable Archdeacon 
Philpot. 

A young lady. 

William Stirling, Esq. 

Mrs. James Walker. 

Mrs. James Scott. 

Mrs. Boxill. 



ROBERTSON, Archibald ... Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Mr, Robertson, 
1772. 309 A view of the wonderful bridge 
of Veja, in the Veronese 
Mountains, of solid marble, 
the arch of which measures 
about 120 feet. 
310 A View of the village of Luz, 
looking up the valley of 
Bareges in the Pyrenean 
mountains. 



1788. 



1789. 



1790. 
1796. 



Mr, Arch, Robertson, 
1775' 3^3 A view of a waterfall in the 
Pyrenaean mountains. 
A, Robertson^ 

Saviiie Passage^ 

Conduit Street, 
1 78 1. 469 A remarkable arch of Snow in 
the Pirenian mountains. 
473 View of the Waterfall of 
Governie. 
Charles Street^ 

St./ame^s Square, 
1787. 593 Inside view of a subterraneous 
cavern called Thinshouse 
Cave, near Whetton, Derby- 
shire; water-colours. 
566 View, looking outwards from 
the mouth of the Great 
Cavern at Castletown, 
Derbyshire. 
514 View of the crater of Mount 
Etna at the time of its erup- 
tion. 
688 View on the coast of Naples. 
445 Conflagration of the grand 
arsenals and Navy of Toulon 
on the night of December 
1 8th, 1793. 
(The above are evidently by one artist, 
but whether they are by Archibald Robert- 
son, the elder brother of Andrew, is doubt- 
ful. Miss Emily Robertson in her letters, 
etc., of Andrew Robertson (printed in 
1897), states that Archibald came to Lon- 
don in 1786, and went to America in 1791. 
He was bom in 1765, so the 1775 exhibit 
must be by a diflferent Arch. Robertson.) 



ROBERTSON, Arthur Painter. 

I, Hampton Grove^ Surbiton. 
1883. 931 Isola Titferina, Rome. 

1066 Interior, S. Maria in Trastevere, 
Rome. 

1885. 19*9 S. Maria del Popolo, Rome. 

1886. 1 1 54 Minerva. 

3, Steel^s Studios, N, W, 

1887. 1266 Biblioteca, Siena. 

1888. 1349 The Wise Virgins. "Behold 

the brid^room cometh; go 
ye forth to meet him." 

1889. 1706 S. Maria del Popolo, Rome. 

146, Portsdown Road, 

Maida Vale, 

1890. 1583 "I won't sit." After F.G. Cot- 

man. 
The Lodge, Thursley, 

Godalming, 
1903. 917 "Not learned, save in gracious 
household ways." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



ROBERTSON, Charles. 

Miniature Painter. 

lo, Craven Street ^ Strand, 
1790. 295 Portrait of an officer. 
699 do. a lady. 

C Robertson {from Duhlin\ 
93, New Bond Street, 
1806, 593 Mrs. Carrol. 

662 Mrs. C. Beresford and child. 
75, Upper Berkeley Street, 

1808. 719 Mr. Ryan and his family. 

1809. 653 The Hon. J. W. King. 
702 R. Jones, Esq. 

18 10. 685 Anacreon Moore. 

ROBERTSON, Charles, A,R.W,S 

Painter and Etcher. 
Aix-en-Provence, 

1863. 26 Boufifasik, Algeria. 

Aix-en-Provence^ 

and Walton^ Liverpool. 

1864. 318 El Mahallaj the caravan. 

Walton-on- Thames. 

1874. 14*4 Bab Zuweyleh, Cairo. 

1877. 572 The wall of wailing, Jerusalem. 
"O God, the heathen are 
come into thine inheritance, 
etc." — Psalm Ixxix, i. 

1879. 389 Door of a mosque, Lower 

Egypt. 
954 The shoes of the faithful. 

1880. 284 Meum et tuum. 

Meadow House^ Godalming, 

188 1. 494 A carpet "dellal" (broker), 

Cairo. 

1882. 866 The shoes of the Faithful. 
896 Poppies. 

1278 The shoes of the Faithful; 
etching. 

1883. 1022 The ebbing tide, Porlock. 
1069 A story-teller, Morocco. 

1885. 191 Hie jacet. "The waste and 
lumber of the shore." 

ROBERTSON, Charles John. 

Miniature Painter. 

74, Welbeck Street, 
1798. 83 The Spartan boy. 

Gainsborough. 

181 1. 343 Portrait of the daughter of 

H. Smith, Esq., of Gains- 
borough. 

1812. 586 Portrait of the infant daughter 

of H. Smith, Esq., of Gains- 
borough. 

635 Interior of a cottage — morning. 

653 Cheerfulness; Portrait of Miss 
Weston. "Cheerfulness, a 
nymph of healthiest hue, Her 



bow across her shoulder 

flung, etc." 
181 2. 677 Portraits of a lady and child. 

79, New Bond Street, 
1814. 389 Sir H. Nelthorpe. 

412 Lady W. Beauclerck. 

413 Lady Nelthorpe. 
446 Miss CracrofL 

6, Marlborough Street, 

1816. 743 J. Nelthorpe, Esq. 
748 Lady Monson. 
752 Mrs. Jenkins. 

nx Mr. Beall. 

1 81 7. 775 Lord Russell. 

18 19. 747 F. Johnson, Esq. 

916 The late John Johnson, Esq. 
II, Soho Square. 

1820. 667 Mrs. Briarley. 

706 Admiral Lord Amelius Beau- 
clerc, 

Chiswick. 
1825. 436 Wilmot's new strawberry, the 
Superb, raised from seed at 
Isleworth. 
1827. 593 Phillip's Ingulphus Pear, a new 
variety, raised by him at his 
exhibition of fruit trees, near 
Vauxhall. 
849 Phillip's Cellini Apple, a new 
variety, raised by him at his 
exhibition of fruit trees, near 
Vauxhall. 

Warton House^ Isleworth. 
1830. 620 My father's dinner. 

ROBERTSON, C. Kay Painter. 

Kay Robertson^ 

146, Princes Street^ 

Edinburgh. 
1892. 826 A Veteran of Waterloo. 

28, Tite Street, Chelsea. 

1 90 1. 828 Miss Gertrude Nutter. 

1902. 1275 Joseph Pike, Esq. 

ROBERTSON, Mrs. C. Kay ttane). 
Miniature Fainter. 

Kay Robertson, 

The Nest, Carshalton, 

Surrey. 

1898. 1429 Mrs. Watson. 

1430 Mrs. John C. TumbuU. 

143 1 Elsie, daughter of Professor 

Bedson. 
Jane K, Robertson, 

16, Wellington Square, 

Chelsea, 

1899. 1258 The Earl of Hopetoun, Lord 

Chamberlain. 

The Guest House, IVanstead, 

1900. 1446 George Edward Cokayne, Esq. 



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329 



28, Tiie Street 

1901. 1321 George Walters, Esq. 
1379 Rev. Arthur Thomas. 

1902. 1 141 Miss Sylvia Cokayne. 

ROBERTSON, D Architect. 

181 2. 825 Project for improving the ap- 
proaches to the theatres by 
clearing away the buildings 
in front of Dniry Lane 
Theatre northward to Long 
Acre, and the buildings from 
Covent Garden Theatre, 
eastward to Dniry Lane, and 
making an open area or 
square, the south and west 
sides of which it is proposed 
should be occupied by 
Covent Garden and Drury 
Lane Theatres, the north 
side by the proposed third 
theatre, and the East side 
by new and extensive police 
offices, in lieu of the present 
one in Bow Street. 

Hammersmith, 
1815. 800 A new square. 

5, St. Jame^s Square,