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The Royal Academy of Arts 



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The Royal Academy of Arts 

A Complete Dictionary of Contributors 

and their work from its foundation 

in 1769 to 1904 



BY 

ALGERNON GRAVES, F.S.A. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS 

1769 1904 



CARROLL, Colin R Painter. 

8, Ccnviidish Road, Liverpool. 
1893- 'S?-' Seven thousand feet above the 
sea. 

CARROLL, Miss Jane De la Cour-. 
See D. 

CARROLL, W Painter. 

3, Upper James Street, 

Golden Square. 

1790. 504 View of Ross Castle. 

614 View of Muckress Abby, on the 
lake of Killarney. 

1791. 544 View of Hyde park from Ken- 

sington Gardens. 
At Air. Frazer's, 

Sloane Street, Chelsea. 

1792. 630 Haymaker. 
668 do. 

48, Sloane Street. 

1793. 683 Music. 
684 Sculpture. 

CARROLL, William. 

Miniature Painter. 

4, West Hampstead Studios, 

Sheriff Road, N.W. 

1895. 1 192 Miss Henrietta Hill. 

CARRUTHERS, Frank J. C. 

Architect. 

25, Bucckuch St., Dumfries. 

1896. 1748 Milkbank House, Dumfries- 

shire. 

CARRUTHERS, George P. 

Painter. 

15, Spencer Place, 

Roundhay Road, Leeds. 

1897. 793 A silvery morning. 

CARRUTHERS, Richard ... Painter. 

59, Gracechurch Street. 

1816. 197 A child sleeping. 

181 7. 2 J. G. Hall, Esq. 

267 Alderman Sir C. Price, Bart. 



1817. 548 Portrait of a lady. 

18 1 8. 3 G. Bidder, the celebrated Cal- 

culating Boy. 
329 Youthful contemplation. 
494 W. ^^'ordsworth, Esq. (the 

Poet). " The outward shows 

of sky and earth, etc." 
553 Mr. Hamblin in the character 

of Coriolanus. Act iii, scene 

I, etc. 

2, IVinchester Place. 

1819. 295 In remembrance. 

398 Portrait of a gentleman. 
417 do. an Italian lady. 
768 Mrs. J. Graham. 

CARSE, Alexander Painter. 

Edinburgh. 

181 2. 199 The Itinerant Preacher. 

47, Stanhope Street. 

1 8 13. 303 The reproof. 

4, Prospect Row, Pentonville. 

1814. 25 The minstrel. " A stifled smile 

of stern vindictive joy, etc." 
305 A shepherd in a snow storm. 
"Now sinks his soul, etc." 
2, Grenville Street, 

Clarendon Square. 

1815. 13 Portrait of a gentleman. 

491 Tam o' Shanter. "Kings may 
be blest, etc." 

1816. 540 The Cotter's Sabbath dinner. 

1817. 326 Andro, wi' his cutty gun. "The 

gude wife brought the keb- 
buck ben, etc." 

1 8 18. 9 The Gossips. 

7, Grenville Street. 

1819. 592 The Lass wi' the Tocher. "Silly 

elf, it 's for her pelf, etc." 

1820. 353 The stranger. "The dame 

brings ben wi' complimental 
mood, etc." 

CARSE, A. Duncan Painter. 

Art Club, Blackheath. 
1904. 1054 Here! Here! Edmund of East 
Anglia. 

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CARSE, William Painter. 

7, Grenville Street. 

1820. 169 Catlle. 

18, Southampton Crescent. 

1821. 227 The refusal. " Tutor, my par- 

ents wi' caution, etc." 

1822. 193 The travelling Poulterer. 
1827. S4 Auld lang syne. 

CARTE, Miss Viola Painter. 

2, Dartmouth Park Road. 
1875. 1165 Betwixt this mood and that. 
1S77. 41 "Fair, kind and true." 

CARTER, Miss Amy J. 

Miniature Painter. 

Stamford House, 

428, Fulham Road. 

1895. 1137 Mrs. John Walker. 

1896. 1290 Lord Amherst of Hackney. 

CARTER, Miss Austin Painter. 

20, Johnson Place, Harrow Rd. 
1868. 809 Portrait of a child. 

CARTER, Miss B Painter. 

6, Whitehall. 
1856. 520 Numa Pompilius instructed by 

the nymph Egeria. 
1859. 341 Portrait. 
529 do. 

CARTER, C Painter. 

3, Barton Street, Westminster. 

1 80 1. 590 Wood-cutters and children. 
646 View from Penny cliffs, near 

Lyme — moonlight. 

30, Great Tichfield Street. 

1802. 82 The country girl and ballad 

singer. 

CARTER, D Architect. 

1847. 1 191 S.E. view of a design for re- 
building Holyrood church, 
Southampton. 

CARTER, Francis Architect. 

23, Pavonetit, Moorfields. 
1788. 529 Designforanobleman'scountry 

mansion. 
1791. 473 Elevation with its plan of a 

design for a Library intended 

for a University. 
1795. 720 Freemasons' Charity School in 

St. George's Fields. 

Finsbury Square. 
1800. 964 Design for a principal front of 

a church. 



Mare Street, Hackney. 
1804. 915 A design for a gentleman's 
villa. 

CARTER, Frank T Painter. 

1 8, Nun's Street, 

Netvcas tie-on- Tyne. 

1898. 384 The Vale of Aln. 

1899. 348 Newcastle-on-Tyne from Dun- 

stan Hill. 
484 The Derwent Valley. 

1900. 357 Autumn on the Derwent. 
981 Departing day. 

1904. S3 1 Autumn in Borrowdale. 

CARTER, Frank W Painter. 

12, Clarendon Road, 

Holland Park. 

1900. 131 Dr. Saundby. 

1 90 1. 76 Mrs. Dobbs. 

1902. 205 Dr. Ronald Carter. 
1904. 452 A lane at Little Easton. 

CARTER, George Painter. 

At Rome. 

1775. 51 A small whole-length portrait 

of a lady and her grandson. 
52 It's companion — a wounded 
Hussar on the field of battle. 
2 1 , Goodge Street, 

Rathbone Place. 

1776. 46 Aweary pilgrim on his journey 

to St. Peter. 
47 The dying pilgrim, with a view 
of the Sybil's temple at 
Rome. 
366 Philosophers reasoning in 
Ovid's tomb. 
Margaret St., Cavendish Square. 
iTTJ. 40 Historical portraits: the meet- 
ing of Isaac and Rebecca. 

41 Portrait of a lady tuning her 

mandolin ; small half length. 

42 A group of heads; portraits. 

1 7 78. 35 Adoration of the shepherds; 

an altarpiece for St. James's 
Church, Colchester. 

36 Portraits of a lady and child; 

small whole lengths. 

37 The School mistress; from 

Shenstone. 

38 Shepherd of the Alps driving 

his flock over a ford. 

1779. 40 The soldier's return. 

41 The early principles of religion. 

42 Domestic scene in a cottage. 
1784. 336 The immortality of Garrick, 

with portraits of the principal 
actors. {Ridiculous and dad. 
— -Walpole.) 



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CARTER, G. A Sculptor. 

26, Harrison St., Gray's Inn. 

1870. 1075 Our little Fan, a favourite ter- 

rier, the property of Miss 
Burdett Coutts; bronze. 

5, Camden Street. 

1874. 1609 Benjamin" Colls, Esq.; terra- 

cotta. 
1612 H.M. the King ofSiam; eques- 
trian statuette. Executed in 
metal by Hunt and Roskell. 
26, Harrison Street. 
1876. 1405 Group of red deer, to be exe- 
cuted in silver, etc. 

1875. 1543 Bound on a foray; statuette, 

bronze. 

CARTER, G. Christopher. 

Architect. 

51, Ayniioe jRoad, Brook Green. 
1S97. 1872 Design for a font in cast and 

decorated lead. 
1898. 165S Proposed memorial, Horn- 
castle, Lincoln. 

CARTER, Miss Gertrude H. 

Miniature Painter. 

T/ie Grange, Hoivden, 

East Yorkshire. 
1902. 122J Mark Carter, Esq. 

CARTER, Hugh, R.I. Painter. 

1 3, Ciitnberland Street, 

Regent's Park. 
1859. 161 A Highland lassie. 
i860. 494 A Highland shepherd boy. 

40, Hyde Park Square. 

1866. 164 Study of a head. 

46, Bedford Gardens. 

1867. 590 Sir HenryLee and his daughter, 

Woodstock. 
12, Clarendon Road, 

Not ting Hill. 

1871. 1136 ^Vesphalian Card players. 

1872. 52 " Music hath charms." 

1873. 685 Dr. Alexander Blair, LL.D. 

1876. 334 At the well. 

1882. 849 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1884. 868 The burgomaster's daughter. 
1887. 281 Sir Joshua Staples, F.S.A. 

1889. 366 The age of innocence. 

1890. 656 Mrs. Worsley-Taylor. 
1065 Dutch home life. 

1896. 145 Sewing class. 

1897. 202 Cornish interior. 

301 Saturday night, our street. 
82S The girls' class. 

1898. 554 The late Alexander Blair, Esq., 

LL.D. 



1899. 475 Poverty. 

582 The blacksmith. 

1900. 896 News from the front. 
1902. 5 Rest by the way. 

67 Home news. 

CARTER, H. B Painter. 

Plymouth, and 

1 2, Church Yard Ro7u, 

Newington, 

1827. 889 N. W. view of the Menai Bridge, 

from the Anglesea shore. 

1828. 651 View of the new London Bridge 

in June, 1827. John Rennie, 
Esq., Engineer. 

1829. 638 Scene near Mount Batten, Ply- 

mouth. 

1830. 212 Coast scene near Mount Batten, 

Plymouth. 

CARTER, Miss H. B Sculptor. 

91, Gloucester Terrace. 
1864. 1027 Miss Florence Nightingale; 
statuette. 

CARTER, Henry William .. Painter. 

1 30, Mare Street, Hackney. 
1S74. 990 A lucky dog. 

3, King Ediuard Road, 

Hackney. 
1885. 536 Suspicious. 
1893. 355 Antipathy. 

CARTER, J Painter. 

17S8. 466 The Death of Richard IL {Vide 
Rapin's History of England, 
vol. i, p. 490.) 
1 2, Upper Eaton Street, 

Grosvenor Place. 
1814. 590 Portraits of an artist, his two 
nieces, and a friend. 

CARTER, J Sculptor. 

18, George Street, Camberivell. 
1868. 1 185 The son of Perdition. St. 
John, xvii, 12. 

CARTER, J Painter. 

8, St. Marfs Place, 

Neii'castle-on- Tyne, 
1872. 226 A winter's day: the hall fire. 

CARTER, James Engraver. 

6, Fleur-de-lis Street. 

1S55. 983 Benjamin West's first effort in 

art. After E. M. Ward, R.A. 

CARTER, James Painter. 

Bexley Heath. 
1855. 1104 Primroses. 



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CARTER, John Painter. 

:o, Wood Street, IVesimi/ister. 

1751. 526 West front of Crowland Abbey, 

Lincolnshire. 

1752. 551 The high altar of the Abbey 

church of St. Albans, Herts. 
1783- 389 North-west view of Lichfield 
Cathedral. 
396 North-west view of Peter- 
borough Minster. 
437 View of the tomb where Mary 
Queen of Scots was first 
buried (restored) in Peter- 
borough Minster. 
3, Il'^ootf Street, Westminster. 
1784. 392 View of the entrance to Henry 
VH's chapel in Westminster 
Abbey. 
410 View of the nave of St. George's 

chapel, Windsor. 
4S0 View of the triangular bridge 
at Crowland, Lincolnshire. 
J 785. 45- View of the choir of St. George's 
chapel, Windsor, in which 
is introduced the intended 
painted window and altar- 
piece, as designed by Mr. 
West. 
524 View of the tomb of Robert 
Curthoise and part of the 
chapel it is situated in, 
Gloucester Cathedral. 
17S6. 613 View of the eastern part of a 
religious structure in the 
time of Edward IH. 
2, College Street, Westminster. 
1787. 511 View of the north aisle of the 
choir'of a religious structure 
in the time of Henry VHL 
2, Haniilton Place, Hyde Park. 
The Erpingham Gate, Nor- 
wich. 
The Tribune at Strawberry 

Hill. 
Entry of Frederick into the 

castle of Otranto. 
View from nature. 
The Monument of Percy in 

Beverley Minster, Yorkshire. ' 
The death of Matilda. {Vide 

"Castleof Otranto," p. 187.) \ 
View of Wells Cathedral. 
King John's Cup at King's | 
Lynn, Norfolk. j 

669 The gallery at Strawberry Hill. 

CARTER, J., Junr Painter. ! 

At Mr. J. R. Thompson'' s, i 

18, Aylesbury Street. \ 

182 1. 987 Design for a church. I 



I7S9. 


444 




549 


1790. 


566 




58. 


1791. 


5'5 




573 


1792. 


454 


1794. 


642 



1822. 97; Section of the West end of 
Henry the Seventh's chapel, 
Westminster Abbey, etc. 
38, Upper Seymour Street. 

1830. 455 Primrose Hill. 

21, Aldenham Terrcue. 

1835. 65S A sketch from life. 

1837- ^74 The interview. "Then flour- 
ished thrice his sword in the 
air, etc." 

1839. 910 Regent's Canal, Hampstead 
Road. 

1842. 1132 Church of St. Maclou, Rouen. 

1844. 1124 A View at Blackheath. 



CARTER, J. B Painter. 

Greenwich. 
1822. 887 South-west view of Canterbury 
Cathedral. 
966 Abbey gate of Bury St. Ed- 
mund's. 



CARTER, J. Coates Architect. 

74, St. Mary's Street, Cardiff. 

1887. 1532 A street at Usk. 

1888. 1735 A design for the proposed west 

front of Milan Cathedral. 

1S90. 1927 All Saint's church, Moda, Con- 
stantinople. 

i8g8. 1643 A church tower. 

1901. 1605 Design of a public building in 

a hot climate. 

1902. 1509 A summer house. 

1904. 1487 House at Garn Hill, St. An- 
drew's, near Cardiff. 
{See also Seddon and Carter.) 



CARTER, J. H Painter. 

122, Leadenhall Street. 
1839. 257 Study of a bull, etc. 

8, Goswell Street. 

1844. 662 Portrait of a lady. 
932 do. do. 

1845. 1041 do. gentleman. 
1056 do. young lady. 

1846. 963 do. lady. 

43, Upper Be7-keley Street. 
1849. 74° Portrait of a lady. 
1S56. 825 The children of Alexander 
Wace, Esq. 



CARTER, Mrs. J. H. 

Miniature Painter. 

1839. 807 Portrait of a lady. 
858 do. do. 

895 do. do. 



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1843. 



1844. 
1846. 



1847. 
1848. 



698 
799 

801 



1851. 

1853- 
1854. 



1855- 



1856. 



1857- 

1858. 

1862. 

1863. 
1864. 

1865. 

1866. 
1867. 

1869, 



2, Path Street, Torquay. 

945 Lady Catherine Cust, youngest 

daughter of the Rt. Hon. the 

Earl of Brownlow. 

Portrait. 

Hon. Mrs. Henry Manners 

Sutton. 
Hon. Henry Manners Sutton, 
M.P. 

78, Cornhill. 
753 Portrait of a lady. 
824 do. child. 

S37 do. gentleman. 

765 Mrs. Charles Harrison. 
S21 Mrs. John Hare. 
891 Mrs. Winthorp and children. 
S99 Theodore Price, Esq. 
913 Charles Harrison, Esq., Bom- 
bay civil service. 
43 J Upper Berkeley Street. 
S72 Miss Anna Saville. 
049 Portrait of a lady. 
793 do. do. 

865 do. do. 

675 The children of Charles Teb- 

but, Esq. 
734 Portrait of a lady. 
775 do. do. 

840 do. do. 

855 Mrs. Sutherland. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Miss L. Dickson. 
758 Portrait of a lady. 
828 The son of John Reynolds, 

Esq. 
831 Mrs. Dickson. 
855 Portrait of a gentleman. 
708 Caroline, eldest daughter of 
Charles Baring Young, Esq. 
712 Arthur, youngest son of Charles 

Baring Young, Esq. 
74S Mrs. Thomas Wilson, Craw- 
hall. 

45, Cornhill. 
706 W. Bass Livell, Esq. 
720 Portrait of a lady. 
790 do. do. 

731 Miss Dickson. 

Do. and Torquay. 
71; Portrait of a gentleman. 
740 do. lady. 

824 Viscountess Hood. 

693 Miss Cathcart. 

694 Portrait of a gentleman. 
766 do. lady. 

20, Joiison Place, Harrow Rd. 
631 Portrait of a lady. 
810 do. do. 

818 do. do. 

1051 Mrs. Roger Duke. 



885 

757 



CARTER, J. M Painter. 

c'fO Mr. F. Grant, 

Sussex Villa. 
1842. ;i6 Gibraltar Ray and west coast 
from Europa, looking to- 
wards Spain. 

Parade, Monmouth. 
1847. 686 Fresh Spanish Figs. 

687 Muscatel grapes, apples, etc. 

688 Grapes, medlars, walnuts, etc. 
849 Pomegranates and grapes. 

CARTER, J. T Sculptor. 

1 7, Red Lion Square. 
1869. 1293 A Friar of Orders Grey. 

CARTER, Miss Margaret E. 

Painter. 

5, St. Paul's Studios, 

IVesi Kensington. 

1895. 87 1 Mabel Slade. 

CARTER, Matilda. 

Miniature Painter. 

122, Leadenhall Street. 
1839. 1018 Portrait of a lady. 

43, Upper Berkeley Street. 
1849. 657 Portrait of a gentleman. 
677 Miss Nicholl. 
S21 Portrait of a gentleman. 

( The last three may be by Mrs. 
J. H. Carter, whose maiden 
name might have been Matilda.) 

CARTER, Noel N. 

Miniature Painter. 

137, Regent Street. 

1826. 775 Portrait of an officer of the 15th 

King's Hussars. 
832 Portrait of an officer of the late 
loist Regiment. 
10, Duke St., Portland Place. 

1827. 771 Miss Mary Anne Howard. 

841 Capt. Stanhope, Gren. Guards. 
59, Regent Quadrant. 

1828. 8 14 Sir Gerard Noel, Bart., M.P. 

57, Charlotte Street. 

1829. 797 Portrait of an officer, late of 

the 8th Hussars. 
880 Madame des Mallez. 

1830. 900 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

1831. 709 Mrs. Noel and child. 
747 Constantia; a portrait. 

1832. 903 Portrait of a lady. 

1833. 817 do. young lady. 

CARTER, O Painter. 

Greenwich. 
1820. 948 View of West Front of Wells 
Cathedral. 



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CARTER, Owen Browne. 

Architect. 

2 2, Southgafe St., IVinc/iesier. 

1847. 1217 Design for rebuilding the 
church of Holyrood, South- 
ampton, etc. 
iiiS Interior view of Holyrood 
Church. 

{See under D. Carter. He 
is probably this architect, but 
misprinted D. in the cata- 
logue}) 

1849. 1073 Design for restoration of the 
"Poultry Cross" at Salis- 
bury, etc. 

1851. 254 The altar screen of Winchester 
Cathedral restored. 

CARTER, Richard Harry ... Painter. 

Straiigeways Terrace, Truro. 

1 87 1. 611 Perran Forth, Cornwall. 

1872. 815 "After tempest the longwave 

broke, etc." 

1873. 842 Land's End. 

I, Florence Terrace, Falmouth. 
1887. 1191 Fresh conger. 

18S9. 352 A Highland ferry. 

1307 "At winter's chilly touch doth 
golden autumn yield." 
1890. 1315 On a Scotch loch — winter 
afternoon. 
II, Hill Road, St. John's Wood. 

1892. 67 A message to the reef. 

261 The Land's End, Cornwall. 
441 Under a summer sky. 

1893. 493 Suspense. "Out to the wreck 

went the father! etc." 

CARTER, Miss Rosa. 

Miniature Painter. 

8, U'harfedak Street, S.IV. 
1890. 1544 Bonnie little Saxon. 

42, Clanricarde Gardens. 
1892. 1357 Little Sunlocks. 
18, High Street, 

Notting Hill Gate. 
1895. 1 27 1 Miss Valentine Boyt. 

I I , Stanford Road, Kensington. 

1897. 1465 Violet. 

1898. 1285 Aimee. 

CARTER, Samuel John Painter. 

1855. 291 A chase. 

S, Sydney Place, 

King's Road, Chelsea. 
1857. 984 The bolt. 

127, King's Road, Chelsea. 
1859. 213 The falconer's lunch, at the 
Heronry, Didlington Park, 
Norfolk; portraits. 



1859. 

i860, 
1861. 

1862. 
1863. 

1865. 



1866. 
1S67. 



1868. 



1870. 



1871. 



1S72. 



187.3- 



1874. 



532 



905 



233 

365 



62 



642 



226 The departed friend; portraits. 
502 An Infant Group; Didlington 
Hall, Norfolk. 
A mutual surprise. 

172, King's Road. 
Ponies, the property of R. 

Crawfurd, Esq. 
60, Cambridge Street, 

Eccleston Square. 
Fairy. 

Home pets. 
226 Sauve qui peut. 
627 Uncle Toby and the widow. 

92, Sta7iley Street, Pimlico. 
464 Gelert. " The gallant hound 
the wolf had slain, etc." 
Do., and Sporle Road, 

Stoaffam, Norfolk. 
504 Rescued from the wolf 
330 A stampede from a wolf. 
539 A victim to the rifle of Dr. 
Clement M. Smith. 
No thoroughfare." "There 
is someone lying below, etc." 
Starring the provinces. 
10, Rich Terrace, 

West B romp fun. 
212 Heme's midnight hunt in 
Windsor Forest. " Why, yet 
there want not many, that do 
fear, etc." 
360 A September evening, Exmoor 
Forest: a wild stag at bay, 
with portraits. To be pre- 
sented to the Master of the 
Devon and Somerset Stag- 
hounds, Mordaunt Fenwick 
Bisset, Esq., at the beginning 
of his seventeenth season by 
upwards of 400 deer pre- 
servers and friends. 
199 The sentinels. The dog painted 
from the Rev. J. Cumming 
Macdona's famous St. Ber- 
nard, " Monarque." 
218 A plunge for life: an incident of 
frequent occurrence in the 
Exmoor country, etc. 
26 Maternal felicity. 
630 The priest who ate mulberries. 
" He climbed his saddle-bow 
amain, etc." 
1 1 12 The evening challenge. 
Little Foxes. 
Mr. Edmund Tattersall. 
A Duel on the Black Mount, 
N.B. "And 'twere grand 
sight as the eagles came 
fighting down the mountain, 
etc." 



50 

98 

400 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1874. 724 A Pyrenean mountain dog. 

1875. 691 A favourite shooting pony, the 

property of F. Millbank, 

Esq., M.P. 
1173 Little Wanderers. 
1234 The first taste. 

1876. 47 Morning with the wild red 

deer. 
74 A noble victim. 
1257 A little freehold. 

1877. 446 The ancient sport of Kings. 

" This day a stag must die, 
etc." 

1878. 328 Animal life in Richmond Park 

• — morning. 

1879. 223 Time to be off. 

1880. 505 A stump orator. 

1061 Timber hauling: East Norfolk, 
near the coast. 

1 88 1. 914 Capt. P. A. Watson Carnegy. 

Presented by his friends of 
the Forfarshire Hunt. 
1 196 A moor pony, with retrieving 
collie and game. 

1882. 508 A Norfolk heronry. "And the 

fir-trees are a dwelling for 
the stork." 
806 To the rescue: Norfolk coast. 
" A lifeboat, manned with a 
gallant gallant crew, etc." 

1883. 516 Autumn Echos, Loch Nagar. 

1884. 591 The conversion of St. Hubert. 

1886. 171 "But should another bird in- 

vade his throne, Down 
sweeps the monarch to as- 
sert his own." 

1887. 302 Saturday afternoon. 

1889. 146 Waiting for help. 

1890. 607 The biter bit. 



CARTER, Sydney Painter. 

Tonvood, High Beach, 

Loi/ghton, Essex. 

1894. 310 Eventide. 

1895. 548 A chat by the way. 

1898. 720 Evening gossip. 

835 "And in the dusk she heard 
my tale." 

1899. 80 Sorrow. 

655 Summertime. 

1 90 1. 471 A Summer song. 

1902. 594 The list of Casualties. 
1904. 817 An autumn afternoon. 



CARTER, T Architect. 

23, Pavement, Moorfields. 
1787. 531 Design for the front of a town 
hall. 



CARTER, T Painter. 

Bermondsey. 

1 81 5. 401 Pontefract Castle. 

1816. 807 Interior view of Tintern Abbey, 

Monmouthshire. 

181 7. 886 Snailwell church, Cambridge- 

shire, with a remarkable 
funeral procession, which 
took place during the fever 
in that village in 1815. 
930 View of Tintern Abbey, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

CARTER, Thomas Sculptor. 

Cobden House, Cheltenham. 
1886. 1783 The Castaway: a gleam of 
hope. 
Wellington House, Cheltenham. 
1889. 21 3 1 The stringing of the bow; 
statuette, wax. 
63, IVestniinster Bridge Road. 
1900. 2031 Models for wood panels. 
Drapers' Hall. 

CARTER, T. W Painter. 

60, King Street, Soho. 
1847. 1259 The interior, looking east, of 
the church of St. Jacques, 
Liege, Belgium. 

CARTER, Vernet Engraver. 

428, Fulham Road. 
1892. 1610 The biter bit. After Samuel 
J. Carter. 

1894. 1487 Archdeacon Holbech. After 

W. Carter. 
1499 Gerard Hoare, Esq. After W. 
Carter. 

1895. 1404 J. R. Magrath, D.D., Provost 

of Queen's College and Vice- 
Chancellor of Oxford. After 
W. Carter. 

1896. 1576 John H. Arkwright, Esq. After 

William Carter. 

1897. 1724 Lord Amherst of Hackney. 

After the Hon. J. Collier. 

CARTER, W Painter. 

23, Philpot Lane. 
1849. 297 An old gateway at Hanham 
Mills, near Bristol. 

CARTER, William Painter. 

43, Cloudesley Sijuair. 
1843. 820 Sketch on the spot of Jacob's 
Island, Southwark, men- 
tioned by Boz in " Oliver 
Twist." 



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Carter, 

iS43- 



1844. 



1845. 



1847. 



1849. 
1850. 

1852. 

1853- 
1854. 
1856. 

1859. 

i860. 

1861. 
1862. 



1863. 
1864. 



1258 



•253 



79 



1848. 138 



519 
16 



William — continued. 
1169 Sketch of the tomb of Ed- 
ward III in \Vestminster 
Abbey. 

238, Hi^h Holborn. 
290 Scenery on the river Lune. 
9S7 Scene near Dalmally, High- 
lands of Scotland. 
Do. anil II, Gibson Square. 
1210 Cottages on the sands at Red- 
car, Yorkshire. 
The tomb of Lord Villiers, St. 
Nicholas Chapel, \Vest- 
minster Abbey. 
The tombs of Aymer de Va- 
lence and Edmund Crouch- 
back, Westminster Abbey. 
A design for a choristers' 

school. 
23, Alfred St., Bedford Square. 
A ferry at Hankham, near 
Bristol. 
406 The way into the wood; a study 

from nature. 
1250 Scene on the Thames, near 
Goring. 
Scene on the river Yare, near 

Yarmouth. 
A Yorkshire lane scene. 
Morning; a scene on the Tees. 
1 160 Sketch for a country residence. 
219 Evening; road scene. 
6 1 6 Scenery at Mothern, near Chep- 
stow. 
2 Scene on the Thames, near 
Reading. 
12-7 Runswick village and bay, 

Yorkshire coast. 
221 Devonshire stream with cattle. 
501 Study from nature. 
902 The old village of Saltburn, 

Yorkshire coast. 
235 How Gill, Westmoreland. 
1183 The sands at Hest Bank, near 

Lancaster. 
288 Evening; a Yorkshire road 

scene. 
582 Evening on the Yorkshire 

coast. 
642 On the hills with cattle. 
106 Woody scene on the Lynn, 
Devonshire. 
Morning on the Thames, near 

Goring. 
Brook scene — Low Gill, West- 
morland. 
Cottage scene — LowGill, West- 
morland. 
Pawson Rd., South Nonvood. 
fitji The Thames at Wargrave. 



339 



591 



5^5 



CARTER, 



1883. 623 
1885. 156 

103S 



1886. 


329 




5S2 


1887. 


340 




664 




977 


IS88. 


"55 




263 




371 




1077 




1094 


1889. 


3+9 




+55 




"33 




1161 


IS90. 


91 




98 




.38 




155 


I89I. 


242 




1081 


1892. 


+36 




556 


1893. 


222 




533 




842 




927 


1894. 


142 




919 



1895. 



85 



828 

1896. 344 

1897. 612 

1898. 320 



408 



William Painter. 

10, Rich Terrace, 

West Brompton. 

An old parishioner. 

Sir Frederick Milbank, Bart., 
M.P. 

The shepherd's widow. 

Carlyle Studios, 

296, Kin^s Road. 

Miss Grey, daughter of R. 
Grey, Esq. 

Sir Ralph Payne Gallwey, 
Bart. 

Mrs. H. Pickersgill-Cunliffe. 

Lady Milbank. 

Leonard Courtney, Esq., M.P., 
Chairman of Committees. 

Count de Torre-Diaz. 

Charles E. Thornhill, Esq., 
Chairman of Quarter Ses- 
sions, Oxfordshire, etc. 

W. A. Michael, Esq. 

H. Pickersgill Cunliffe, Esq. 

C. A. Fyffe, Esq. 

W. S. Hoare, Esq. 

Samuel Cunliffe leister, Esq. 

Lieut. -Col. W. Hill James, late 
31st Regiment. 

Sir Alexander Wood. 

Ethel May Tattersall. 

Mrs. D. Dale. 

James Hughes, Esq., Mayor of 
Oxford. 

C. Parbury, Esq. 

Earl of Winchelsea and Not- 
tingham. 

The Rev. Frederick Pretyman, 
B.D. 

G. A. Holmes, Esq. 

G. T. Cox, Esq. 

Miss Agnes Ward. 

Miss Butler. 

The Ven. Archdeacon Hol- 
bech. 

His Excellency the Lord Lieu- 
tenant of Ireland. 

Emily. 

John R. Magrath, D.D., Pro- 
vost of Queen's College, 
Oxford. 

H.S.H. Prince Alexander 
George of Teck. 

J. H. Arkwright, Esq. 

Rev. Sir John Leigh Hoskyns, 
Bart. 

Miss Phyllis Broughton. 

Rev. J. Franck Bright, D.D., 
Master of University Col- 
lege, Oxford. 

The artist's mother. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1899. 
1901. 



1902. 431 



391 Mrs. Churchill. 
i+S The late Duke of Westminster, 
for the public library of St. 
George's, Hanover Square. 
Lt.-Col. Sir Audley Neeld, 
Bart., C.B., M.V.O., com- 
manding and Life Guards. 
1903. 717 Dorothy Evelyn, daughter of 
Victor Cavendish, Esq. 
Lieut. -General Lord Methuen, 
G.C.B. 



J904. 



62 



CARTER, W. A Architect. 

9, College Place. 
1863. 934 Interior of a design for the 
cathedral of Cork. 

7, John St., Bedford Ro7v. 
1865. 801 Scotch national memorial to 
Prince Albert. 
837 Italian villa; competition de- 
sign for Charles Goodwyn, 
Esq. 

CARTER, W.J. B Painter. 

69, Wimpole Street. 
1880. 1420 A portrait. 

CARTEAUX Painter. 

(Medallist — from the Royal Academy 
of Paris.) 
47, Goodge Street, 

Rathbone Place. 
1776. 45 The Genius of Painting as- 
sisted by the Graces employ- 
ing the colours of the rain- 
bow to represent Beauty (the 
portrait of a lady). 
367 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CARTLIDGE, George Painter. 

14, Sno'iV Hill, 

Hanky, Staffo?-dshire. 

1900. 994 An old orchard — Weston Mills, 

near Plymouth. 

1901. 386 The last rays of sunshine — 

Shaugh Beacon, Devonshire. 

CARTWRIGHT, Frederick William. 

Painter. 

I, IVartt'ick Place, 

Bedford Row. 

1854. 954 Babbacombe Bay, Devon. 

3, Percy Villas, Bri.xton. 

1855. 454 At Hastings. 

562 In the vi^oods; a sketch. 

1856. 1007 Moel Siabod, North Wales. 
1858. 41 Little Martha. 

356 Windygap, near Haslemere. 
593 Foulhaste, near Hastings. 
u. 



1867. 

1 868. 
1869. 


122 

336 
654 


1870. 
1871. 


626 
635 


1872. 
1874. 


73 
810 
820 


1877. 
1879. 


863 
836 
891 


1881. 
1888. 
1S89. 


619 

'303 
642 



2, Adelphi Terrace. 

Filey Brigg; a squally day. 

The librarian. 

Sunset. 

Ferndale House, Dtihvich. 
Mill near Henley on Thames. 
Hythe, from the hills above 

Saltwood. 
The cliff path to Sandgate. 
Study of riums. 
A quiet morning on the Wye. 
A June morning in Dulwich 

fields. 
Mrs. \Villiam H. Mayers. 
Edith. 
Cassar's Tower and the bridge, 

Kenilworth. 
A Dulwich student. 
Studland's Bay. 
Harvest time, near Cookham. 



CARTWRIGHT, John Painter. 

103, Gray's Inn Lane. 
1778. 39 Portrait of a gentleman; small 
whole length. 

100, St. Martin's Lane. 
1784. 18 Portrait of a boy. 
22 do. girl. 

196 Landscape. 

1788. 109 do. 

398 View of Llangollen Bridge, 
Denbighshire, North Wales. 

1789. 44 Sigismonda dying, discovered 

by her father. {See Drydcii's 
Sigismonda and Giiiscardo.) 
419 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1790. 223 do. do. 
258 do. do. 

1791. 106 do. do. 

181 Landscape from nature. 

1792. 43 Portrait of a lady. 

1793. 265 Landscape with figures. 

92, Norton St., Portland Road. 

1794. 34 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Butt.) 
3 1 , Hertford St. , Fitzroy Square. 

1795. 283 Match girls. 

1799. 104 Landscape from nature. 

37, Kirby St., Hat ton Garden. 

1806. 118 View near Tivoli. 

1807. 46 Judgment of Hercules. 

1808. 157 Portrait of Dr. Latham. 
240 Portrait of a barrister. 

CARTWRIGHT, Joseph Painter. 

4, Manchester Buildings, 

Westminster. 
1823. 277 The "Euryalus" frigate be- 
calmed in the channel of 
Corfu. 

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Cartwright, Joseph — continued. 

36, Leicester Square. 
1 8:14. ;S7 A fleet of men-of-war reefing 
at sunset abreast of Actiuni 
and the Gulph of Arta. 

1825. 352 His Majesty's ship "Grey- 

hound " of 34 guns, Captain 
Charles Elphinstone.and the 
" Harrier," 18 gun brig. Cap- 
tain Thomas Trowbridge, 
engaging a Dutch squadron 
near the island of Celebes 
in the Java sea, on the morn- 
ing of the 26th July, 1806, 
consisting of the " Pallas " of 
36 guns, a corvette of 20 
guns, and two armed India- 
men; when after an action 
of 40 minutes they were cap- 
tured, with the exception of 
the corvette, who escaped by 
superior sailing. 

39, C/iari/ig Cross. 
1828. 22 The rock of Ulysses, and south 
channel of Corfu. 

CARTWRIGHT, T Painter. 

39, Tottenham Street. 

180 1. 570 South view of Lee church, 

Kent. 

1802. 576 View near Highgate. 

CARTWRIGHT, U Architect. 

Chapel Street, Broadway, 

JVestminster. 

1785. 528 Plans of the principal floors and 

elevation of a nobleman's 
country house. 

1786. 484 Design for a country villa. 

CARUSON, S Painter. 

1839. 819 Portraits of two children. 

CARVER, J Painter. 

Somers Town. 

1826. 5S8 Portrait of an artist. 

CARVER, R Architect. 

At Mr. Wyatt's, 

50, Loivcr Brook Street. 
181 1. 855 Design for a bath. 

CARVER, Robert Painter. 

12, Boio St., Covent Garden. 

1789. 39 Landscape. 
216 do. 

373 do. 

1790. 240 Landscape and figures. 



CARVILL, G. B Architect. 

I , Brondcsbury Road, N. IV. 
1S97. 1S52 Design for a stone bridge, the 

approach. 
1898. 1602 Proposed hotel, Churston, 

Devon. 

CARVILL (G. B.) and PASSMORE 
(H.) Architects. 

35, A^e7a Bond Street. 
1895. 1491 Hospital of St. Peter Post; de- 
sign for chapel. 



CARY, 

1837- 

1840. 
1841. 
1842. 



1844. 



1850. 

1851. 

1852. 
1853- 

1854. 
1855- 

1856. 
1857- 



55' 



1S45. 6"^ 



1846. 
1S47. 
1849. 



Francis Stephen Painter. 

313 Sketch of a fire. 

10, Bark Street, Westminster. 
176 A sketch. 
1200 The last gift. 
358 Rus in Urbe. 

The long - expected vessel. 
"Hope still was hers, etc." 
6, Ckar/otte Street. 
Motherly fears. " Then, listen- 
ing anxious, the suspended 
breath Doubts if the calm 
repose be sleep or death." 
6, Bloomshury Street. 
Sancho at his first meeting with 
the Duchess delivers a mess- 
age to her from Don Quix- 
otte. " Indeed, honest 
squire, said the lady, etc." 
21, Bloomshury Street. 
294 A slight misunderstanding. 
2+6 Love's messenger. 
381 "Such wedded souls our God 

shall own, etc." 
490 The verandah. " Holding the 
bush to fix it back, etc." 
"The angel of the Lord ap- 
peared to him in a dream, 
saying Joseph, etc." 
Abelard and Heloisa. " He 
was her professor of philo- 
sophy and divinity." 
A foxglove bank in Evelyn 

AVood. 
Escape of Eliza. "In that 
dizzy moment her feet, etc." 
The dripping well. 
Early sorrow. 
St. Valentine's day. 
666 John Evelyn's iirst meeting 
with Grindling Gibbon. 
" Gibbon I had lately met 
in an obscure place, etc." 
576 Bianca. — The Taming of the 
Shrew. 
1206 Courtship. 
986 Beware! 



436 



773 



438 
161 

1055 

5S3 
627 



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It 



1859. 
1861. 
1S62. 
1S66. 
1867. 

1869. 
1871. 



1858. 950 Prospero and Miranda cast 

adrift. "Alack! what trouble 
was I then to you, etc." — 
Tlu Tempest. 
1162 The fumes of charcoal. 
25 The village well. 
600 The stranger. 
445 Choosing partners. 
510 Tea time. 
552 A fire: saved. 
775 The return of the widow's son. 
83 " Mr. Lely," said Oliver Crom- 
well to the young painter, 
" I desire you would use all 
your skill to paint my pic- 
ture truly like me, etc." 
1873. ^3' •'^''' Ultramontane. 

Abinger Wotton. 
1S75. 547 Watching the game. 
1876. 351 Speculating. 

CASE, H Architect. 

19, Store Street. 
1839. 1 134 Design for a general cemetery 
at Earl's Court, Kensington, 
etc. 

4, Grove Place, Cambenvell. 
1 100 Design for new Assize Court at 
Liverpool. 

Oxford. 
1203 Design for a public monument, 
etc. 
1845. 1133 View in Peckwater, Christ 
Church, Oxford, 
ii+o The Theatre and Ashmolean 
Museum from the Divinity 
School, O.xford. 

CASELLA, Miss Ella. 

Sculptor in Wax. 

I, Wetherhy Road, S. IV. 
1884. 1839 AVenetian lady of the sixteenth 
century; medallion, wax. 
1840 Portrait of a gentleman; me- 
dallion, wax. 

2119 An Elizabethan gentleman; 
medallion, wax. 

2120 Marie de Medici; medallion, 
wax. 

2127 A portrait; medallion, wax. 

1S82 Wax medal, to be cast in bronze, 
with Miss Nelia Casella. 

1883 Portrait of a lady; medallion, 
wax. 

1S87 Fortunato; medallion, wax. 

1889 Constance, elder daughter of 
C. Crews, Esq. ; wax medal- 
lion. 

1926 * * *; wax medallion. 

1927 Man writing; wax medallion. 



1841. 



1844. 



1885. 



1886. 



1887. 



1887. 1939 



1889. 

1890. 

1891. 

1892. 
1893. 
1895. 

1896. 
1897. 
1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 

1903. 
1904. 



1948 
2005 
2048 
2058 
2066 
2104 
21 14 
2039 
2042 
1909 
1708 
1707 

1834 
2065 

1857 

1947 
2035 
1721 
1675 
1676 
1677 
1742 

1749 
1728 

1735 



Bronze medal; obverse and re- 
verse. 
Model for a medal in wax. 
Wax medallion. 

do. 
Coloured wax. 
Medallion; coloured wax. 

do. do. 

do. do. 

do. do. 

do. do. 

Diana; medallion, wax. 
St. George; do. 
Minerva; bas-relief, coloured 

wax. 
Mercury; medallion, wax. 
Bas-relief; coloured wax. 

do. do. 

A Venetian; do. 



Mars ; 
Euterpe ; 
Miniature; 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 

do. 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



18S4. 



1885. 



1886. 



CASELLA, Miss Nelia. 

Sculptor in Wax. 

I, IVetker/'y Road. 
1S38 A Doge; medallion, wax. 

1849 Robert Dudley, Earl of Leices- 
ter; medallion, wax. 

1850 Portrait of a lady; medallion, 
wax. 

* * *; medallion, wax. 

2125 Portrait of a gentleman; medal- 
lion, wax. 

2126 Lady and dog; medallion, wax. 
1882 Wax medal, to be cast in bronze, 

with Miss Ella Casella. 

1584 Lady with lute; coloured wax 
medallion. 

1585 Portrait of a gentleman; col- 
oured wax medallion. 

1888 Medallion; coloured wax. 

1887. 1928 Mephistopheles; wax medal- 
lion. 

1929 Portrait of a boy; wax medal- 
lion. 

1940 His Eminence Cardinal Man- 
ning; bronze medal, obverse 
and reverse. 

1888. 2047 Wax medallion. 

2049 do. 

2050 do. 
2077 Bust; wax. 



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Casella, Miss Nelia — continued. 

1889. 2063 Medallion; coloured wax. 
2064 do. do. 

2067 do. do. 

1890. 2103 Dr. Charcot; medallion, wa.\. 
2115 Medallion; coloured wax. 

1 89 1. 20+3 do. do. 

1892. 191 1 Luna, after an early Italian de- 

sign; medallion, wax. 

1893. 1710 Octava Spera, from an early 

Italian design; coloured wax. 

1894. I "67 Medallion; coloured wax. 
1809 Carmino; bust. 

1S95. 1706 Medallion; coloured wax. 

1896. 1844 Bas-relief; do. 

1897. 19S9 Coloured wax. 

1990 Richard III; coloured wax. 

1895. 1859 St. George; do. 

1S73 Master Arthur Jacobson; col- 
oured wax. 
1S99. 1937 A Dutch girl; medallion, col- 
oured wax. 

1939 A Dutch boy; medallion, col- 
oured wax. 

1949 Laura and Petrarca; medallion, 
coloured wax. 

1900. 2034 Ave Maria; coloured wax. 
2036 A scholar; do. 

1 90 1. 1720 Laura; do. 
1722 A condottiere; do. 

1902. 1670 Master Arthur Jacobson; col- 

oured wax. 

1903. 1744 Miniature; coloured wax. 
I -48 do. do. 

1785 do. do. 

1904. 1730 do. do. 

1776 Master Arthur Jacobson; mini- 
ature, coloured wax. 

CASEY, John Archibald Painter. 

27, Great Coram Street. 

1830. 337 Miss Lucilla Doxal. 

1831. 176 Musidora. " Warm in her 

cheek the sultry season 
glow'd, etc." 

1S37. 195 To-morrow's fete. "Hope 
springs eternal in the hu- 
man heart." 

1838. 1207 A young huntress scared by 
the victim of her skill. 

1840. 407 The Captivity of Joan of Arc, 
the maid of Orleans. "The 
persecutors of this ill-fated 
heroine, etc." 

1842. 391 Nostradamus predicting the 
future fate of Mary Queen 
of Scots. 

" Katherine de Medicis 
was fond of astrology, and 
frequently consulted Nostra- 



damus relative to her child- 
ren." — Morcri. 

On one occasion she was 
accompanied by Mary Queen 
of Scots, then a girl, whom 
she presented to the astro- 
loger, and said, " Do you 
perceive, my friend, any mis- 
fortune pending over this fair 
head?" Nostradamusopened 
his book of fate, and extend- 
ing his hand towards Mary, 
in a solemn tone replied, 
" Madam, I see blood there." 

1846. 600 Deliverance of Margaret of 
Anjou, in the Gulf of Sol- 
way. " After the sanguinary 
conflict at Hexham, Mar- 
garet was made prisoner, 
and with her two friends, 
De Breeze and Barville, was 
being conveyed across the 
Gulf of Solway in the cus- 
tody of five men, whom the 
two male captives, however, 
contrived to surprise and 
slay during the night. After 
being tossed about for some 
time, De Breeze succeeded 
in conveying the Queen on 
his shoulders to a dry spot, 
and Barville performed the 
same service for the Prince 
of Wales." — Agnes Strick- 
land's " Queens of Eng- 
latid." 
46, JVestern Villas, 

Blomfield Road. 

1856. 117 Baffled Curiosity. 

1859. 462 The burning glass. "I was 
eyes to the Wind." — Job, 
xxix, 15. 

CASEY, W. S Painter. 

20, Upper Belgrave Place. 
1S64. 649 The fiower girl. 

CASH, G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1807. 144 A sketch from nature. 

CASH, John Architect. 

27, Connaught Jid., Harlesdcn. 
18S5. 1S91 A country residence, garden 
view. 
28, Wesley Villas., Harlesden. 
1887. 1 3 16 A corner of Queen's College 
Cambridge. 
1766 A parsonage. 
1890. 1597 In the harbour. 



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1863 



13 



55, Buckingham Road, 

Harksdcn 

1594. 1690 A street house. 

1595. '53+ -^ dining-room. | 

28, Netcnnan Street. 
i8g6. 1644 Business premises. 
1897. 1875 A country house. 

1908 Messrs. Macmillan's new pre- 
mises ; directors' private 
room. 
1899. 1739 Country house; sketch design. 
1902. 1347 Tyne Hghthouses. 

CASH (J.) and HACK (M. S.). 

Architects. 

28, N'ezvmati Street. 
1902. 1437 Business premises, Bombay. 

CASINI, Miss Cornelie Sculptor. 

cjo Aliss Cohen, 

21, Hamilton Terrace. 
1894. 1773 A hard task; statuette, bronze. 

CASSAMAIO, Signorini Painter. 

cjo J. N. Perks, 

19, Elgin Gardens, Brixton. 
1882. 631 (No title in the catalogue.) 

CASSELS, William Painter. 

Bishop Briggs, Bell Viera Villa, 
Glasg07v. 
1893. 974 Head of Loch Ranza, Arran. 

CASSIDY, John Sculptor. 

Lincoln Grove, Manchester. 
1897. 2047 The late Sir Charles Halle; 

bust, bronze. 
1904. 1770 Harold H. Hilton, Esq. 

1772 James Gresham, Esq.; bust, 
bronze. 

CASSIE, James, R.S.A Painter. 

123^, Union Street, Aberdeen. 

1854. 12S6 On the road to the Linn of 

Dee — Braemar, Aberdeen- 
shire. 

1855. 107 Scottish interior; old women 

at the shank. 

1856. 1067 Interior of a fisherman's cot- 

tage, Scotland — baitinglines. 
1857- 583 Reading a chapter to Grand- 
mother. 

1858. 894 Children at a spring. 

931 Balmoral — H.M. the Queen's 
Highland home. 

1859. 835 "A guid new-year I wish thee, 

Maggie! etc." 
i860. 146 Fisherman's cottage — splicing 

a rope. 
1 86 1. 15 Finnan fisherman's fireside. 



1866. 
1867. 



451 The fisherman's daughter bait- 
ing lines. 
68, George Street, Edinburgh. 
529 Morning on the sands at Aber- 
deen. 
12S Dunnottar Castle. 

66, Frederick Street, Edinburgh. 

1870. 1030 Moonlight on the eastmost 

point of Aberdeenshire. 

1 87 1. 1075 Arran, from the Cumbraes. 

1872. 226 A winter's day: the hall fire. 

1874. 127 Holy Isle, Arran — moonlight. 

1875. 409 Summer on the east coast of 

Scotland. 

7, Castle Terrace, Inverness. 
34 A summer afternoon — Firth of 

Forth. 
634 A Highland goatherd. 
33S Chalk cliffs, coast of Sussex. 
277 " The moon is up and yet it is 

not night, etc." 



1877. 



1878. 
1879. 



CASTAN, Louis Sculptor. 

8, Percy Street. 
1865. 1056 Horse with dog. 
1867. 1 128 Dr. Gottfried Kinkel. 

CASTEL, J Sculptor. 

Coii'ley Road, Oxford. 
1849. 1234 Abel. 

"Lucifer. Darest thou look on 
death? 

Cain. He has not yet been 
seen. 

Lucifer. But must be under- 
gone. 

Cain. My father says he is 
something dreadful, and my 
mother weeps when he is 
named, and Abel lifts his 
eyes to heaven." — Byron. 

CASTELLI, Madame Painter. 

46, Great Marlborough Street. 

1825. 905 Portrait of Madame Ronzi De 

Begnis in the character of 

Helene in the "Lady of the 

Lake." 

CASTIGLIONE, J. Painter. 

Ill, Charlotte Street. 
1869. 98 The first introduction. 

496 A lady of the Court of Henri 

Quatre. 
721 The visit of the physician. 

CASTLE, Miss Florence E. 

Painter. 
112, Gordon Road, Peckham. 
1892. 146 A maiden fair. 



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Castle, Miss Florence E — continued. 

2, Chertscy Terrace, 

Upper Font Road, 

Maidstone. 

1S99. 323 "She chanted something sweet 

with melody. Oh! fair young 

singing girl." 

SiitJios,2, Margravine Gardens, 

West Kensington. 

1902. 850 Study of a girl's head. 

1903. 915 Portrait study of a dark girl. 

1904. 440 A portrait. 

996 Doris, daughter of H. Ethe- 
ridge, Esq. 

CASTLE, Sydney E Architect. 

T/if Studio, 22, Louvainc Road. 

1903. 16c; House at Pilning, Gloucester- 

shire. 

CASTLE, T. Charles H. 

Miniature Painter. 
23, Bardolph Road, 

Tiifnell Park. 
1 89 1. 1497 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CASTRO, De. See D. 

CASWALL, Miss A. M Painter. 

Bintfield, Berks. 
1870. 437 Young chicken. 

CATCHPOLE, T. Frederick. 

Painter. 

Onslow Studios, 

183, Kin^s Road, Chelsea. 

1897. 142 Tea in the garden. 

1898. 500 Sunlight and shade. 

1901. 400 The lady of Shalott. " Out 
flew the web and floated 
wide." 
782 "Then at their kiss all buds 
burst forth in bloom and 
orchards cloud the earth." 

1904. 848 Not death but love. " Guess 

now who holds thee, etc." 

CATEL, Franz Ludwig Painter. 

Rome. 
1828. 415 Cicero visited by Pompey at 
his Puteolian villa. 



CATHELINAU Painter. 

1 3, Spencer Street, 

Northampton Square. 
1868. 176 The nurse. 



CATHERWOOD, F Architect. 

1 9, Charles Square, Hoxton. 
1S20. 973 Buckingham Gate, Adelphi. 
I o, Lancaster Place, 

Waterloo Bridge. 
1828. 559 Sketch of a temple in Nubia. 
1 83 1. 6.5 Pyramid. 
10S7 Temple. 

CATLOW, George Spawton. 

Painter. 

Hotel Street, Leicester. 

1884. 997 Milton Park, Peterborough. 
1069 Near Bradgate, Leicestershire. 

1885. 1394 Landerwednack Cave, the 

Lizard. 
5, St. Georges Ckatnbers, 

Leicester. 
1889. 1524 Greve de Lecq, Jersey. 

1 56 1 The road to St. Owen's, Jersey. 
I, Berridge Road, Leicester. 
1893. nil Sark — Channel Islands. 

The Studio, Market Place, 

Leicester. 
1900. 11S4 Kynance, Cornwall. 

CATON, Miss M. 

Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1808. 756 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CATTERALL, Frederick W. 

Architect. 

33, Winkley Square, Preston. 

1902. 1476 School of Domestic Training, 

Colwall. 

1903. 14SS House — Garstang, Lancashire. 

CATTERMOLE, Charles, R.L. 

Painter. 
29, Lnkerman Road, 

Kentish Town. 
1S62. 71 A terrible secret. 

CATTERMOLE, George Painter. 

43, Henry Street, Pentonville. 
1S19. 1156 North-east view of Peter- 
borough Cathedral. 
182 1. 453 West Front of Peterborough 
Cathedral. 
18, Upper Cleveland Street. 
1S26. 234 King Henry II discovering 
the relics of King Arthur 
in Glastonbury Abbey. 

Henry II in his passage 
through Wales was enter- 
tained at Cilgarran Castle 
with songs of the Welsh 
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was recited that King 
Arthur, after the battle of 
Camlar in Cornwall, was in- 
terred at Glastonbury Abbey 
before the high altar. 
Henry afterwards visited the 
abbey and caused the spot 
described by the bard to be 
opened, when the relics of 
King Arthur were dis- 
covered. 

1826. 50S View near Salisbury. 

860 A light-house; composition. 
37, Somerset Street, 

Portman Square. 

1S27. 429 Trial of Queen Catherine. 



CATTERNS, Edw. R Painter. 

122, Wellington St., Glasgow. 
1904. 237 The Very Rev. J. Marshall 
Lang, D.D., Principal of 
Aberdeen University. 



CATTON, Charles, R.A Painter. 

Gate St., Lincohi^s Inn Fields. 
10 Tygers reposing. 

30 A lion and an antelope. 

31 A view of the sand pits near 
Blackheath. 

32 do. do. its companion. 
235 Swans. 

39 A portrait of a boy and a dog. 

40 do. of a dog. 

41 An old man's head. 

42 do. do. 



1769. 
1770. 



1772. 



43 A drawing in chalks. 
1773- 39 A south-east view of the 
cathedral at Norwich from 
Life's Green. 

40 A view of the Needles at the 

west end of the Isle of 
Wight. 

41 A drawing in chalks. 
1774. 30 A lion. 

31 A lioness and whelps. 

32 A view of the Needle Rocks, 

west end of the Isle of 
Wight. 
1775- 53 Cattle. 

54 do. 

55 A small landscape with a wind- 

mill. 

1776. 48 The triumph of Love; an 

emblematical picture. 

49 A small landscape. 

50 A Salvator Mundi. 

1777. 44 A portrait; three-quarters. 

45 do. of a Spanish dog. 



1778. 


4< 


I78I. 


35 




216 




429 


1782. 


52 




60 




6i 


17S.3. 


22 


1787. 


439 


1789. 


"95 




196 




249 



1790. 



1793- 
1797. 

1798. 



18S 

'93 

237 
200 

114 

■75 
176 



View of Norwich Cathedral 
from the Bishop's Gardens. 

Portrait of a dog. 

do. \s.(S.^ {Mrs. Cation). 

View of Butter-hills near Nor- 
wich. 

Landscape with a rainbow. 

Portrait of an old man. 

Boy and monkey. 

A bull. 

A Pomeranian dog. 

Portrait of a spaniel, 
do. do. 

A morning view of Mourhold- 
hill in Norfolk, taken from 
the meadow where the Nor- 
wich swannery is kept. 

Lyon and lyoness. 

Bengali tygers. 

A sleeping infant. 

A view of Hastings in Sussex. 
Judd Place East, New Road. 

The royal tiger. 

Jupiter and Leda. 

A child at play. 



CATTON, Charles, Junr. ... Painter. 

At Mr. Cation's. 
iTjGi. 51 A view of London from Black- 
friars bridge. 
52 A view of Westminster from 
Westminster bridge. 
1777. 46 A sea-piece. 

47 A Mackrell-boat coming up the 

Thames. 

48 A view of London from the 

Adelphi wharf. 

1779. 4; A view of Sandlins Ferry at 

Norwich. 
44 A landscape, its companion. 

1780. 13 Portrait of a Newfoundland 

dog. 

1781. 6 A picture of Newfoundland 

dogs. 
At Mr. Grainger's, 

Bloomsbury Market. 

1783. 145 View of Sheffield Place in Sus- 

sex. 
196 Portrait of a dog. 
221 do. cat. 

145, Drury Lane. 

1784. 36 Portrait of a young gentleman 

and dog. {Mr. Jl'igs/ead, 

seated.) 

II, Bow St., Covent Garden. 
1786. 164 View on the Thames. 
238 A horse race. 
395 Landscape. 
400 Sea-piece, 



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Catton, Charles, ]nnr. —con/inued. 

1 756. +29 View of Freshwater, at the back 

of the Isle of Wight. 
7, On the terrace, 

Tottenham Court Road. 

1757. 388 The sergeant in his glory. 
401 The sailor in his glory. 

I 792. 16 A farm yard. 

67 The wheelwrights. 
69 The tinker. 
176 The harvest field. 
1 793. 573 Designs for Gay's fables. 
766 do. do. 

(Both painted in conjunction 
with E. F. Burney.) 
William Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 
1798. 90 A view of Ferry Hincksey, 
near Oxford. 
9. A pig-sty. 
92 Carting ice. 
127 Carting dung. 

136 An old horse. 

137 An ass and foal. 
154 An ox. 

183 Sowing. 

230 View on the coast of Norfolk. 

559 Ploughing. 

Purley, near Reading. 
iSoo. 102 Portrait of spaniels and a 
bittern. 



CATTY, A Painter. 

1854. 1346 The cousins. 

CAUDRON, J Painter. 

IFestern Villa, near Barnet. 
1864. 431 La cuisinibre. 

CAUER, C. or R Sculptor. 

Kreutznach, Prussia. 

1869. 1239 Olympian Victor thanking the 

gods on his return from the 
Olympian games. 

1870. nil It is finished; marble. 

CAUER, Ludwig Sculptor. 

46, Glebe Place. 

1892. 1972 Wolfgang Broicher; bust. 
2000 Telemachos; statuette, bronze. 

1893. '^^^ Thirst — group. 

1 701 The water-carrier; statuette. 
1729 Walter Crane, Esq.; do. 
1799 Portrait of a child; do. 

12, Genthinerstrasse, Berlin. 
1895. 1656 Sir Thomas More; statuette, 

bronze. 



CAULDWELL, Leslie Giffen. 

Painter. 

81, Boulevard Mont Parnasse, 
Paris. 
1887. 1 163 Mignonne. 

17, Rue Champagne, Paris. 
1891. 1265 A butterfly — portrait. 

CAULFIELD, J.... Miniature Painter. 

8, Henrietta Street, 

Covent Garden. 
1792. 234 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Bil- 
lington.) 
769 Portrait of a lady. 
771 Death of Virginia. 

CAULFIELD, Miss Rachel. 

Miniature Painter. 

15, Warwick Gardens, 

Kensington. 
1904. 1 177 Margaret, youngest daughter of 
the late Judge Melville. 

CAULFIELD, Sidney B.... Architect. 

9, Fairfield Road, Bow. 
1903. 1521 Design for a public library. 

CAULFIELD, Vivian Painter. 

22, King Hcnrfs Road, N. W. 
1901. 572 Mrs. Stuart Caulfield. 

CAULTON, J Painter. 

19, Plough Court, Fetter La?ie. 
1800. 602 Butterflies. 

1802. 338 Insects, from nature. 

10, Port man Place, Paddington. 

1803. 331 British Insects, from nature. 

1804. 317 British Insects, from the col- 

lection of J. Linthorn, Esq. 

1805. 621 British Insects, from nature; 

in enamel. 
1807. 77 Bassinthwaite water, Cumber- 
land. 
79 Wyndandermere ferry. 
1810. 352 Hyacinths, after nature. 
{This is by Caulton,Jun.) 

CAUNTER, R Painter. 

6, Albany Street, Edinburgh. 
1850. 478 " The boatie rows." 

CAUTY, Horace Henry Painter. 

4, Vassall Terrace, 

Campden Hill. 
1870. 289* The inspection of the watch, 
" And when at the hour of 
ten he led his warlike force 
to the room above, where 
they were to be passed in 
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94 


1873- 


1099 


1874. 


340 


1875- 


.383 
220 

520 




6S9 


1876. 


965 


1877. 


1306 

1338 
316 


1878. 

1879. 

1880. 
1882. 


5°5 

457 

1383 

520 

37 


1883. 


705 


1885. 
1886. 
1887. 


816 

I no 

361 




947 


1888. 


no6 



1890. 479 



1892. 


1040 


1895- 


367 


1898. 


47 


1899. 

1900. 


99 

63S 

945 


I90I. 

1902. 

11. 


129 
114 



of the squire, with Jacobina, 

the corporal's cat, leading 

the on-guard; you could not 

fancy a prettier picture for a 

hero in a little way than 

mine host of the 'Spotted 

Dog.' " — Eugene Aram. 
" She stood, with amazement, 

houseless by night." 
" Mad from life's history, etc." 
Drifting away. "Like hopes 

perfumed and bright, etc." 

— Adelaide Procter. 

Highlight, CamJ>deii Hill. 
The Vagabond. " Homeless, 

ragged and tann'd, etc." 
Tramps. 
Little Sunshine. 
" Here, lonely wandering o'er 

the sylvan bower, etc." 
" Midst rocks and stone and 

trees, the old Bertha picks 

up stones." 
" Man goeth forth unto his 

work." 
"Gee up, Dobbin!" 
Gossip — " You know it 's true." 
Nellie, daughter of R. P. 

Richards, Esq. 
Castaways. 
"Whither?" 
Mushroom-gatherers. 
The right of possession. 
My first sitting: a shy sitter. 

20, Gordon Place, Kensington. 
The gossips' seat : settling the 

question. 
The Pharisee and the Publican. 
Jack's return. 
"A merry heart goes all the 

day, etc." 
Gathering cockles: near Deal, 

Kent. 
The maids of the village : Clo- 

velly, 1887. 
Scandal. " Whispers and hints 

which went from ear to ear." 

Dorset Villa, Sutton. 

" Shepherds all and maidens 

fair." 
Her lord and master. 

24, Victoria Road, Sutton. 
Granite reefs near Stonehaven, 

N.B. 
Reflections. 
A summer afternoon. 
Coming in on the first of the 

tide. 
The advance Guard. 
" Gather ye rosebuds, etc." 



1902. 428 " Gives not the hawthorn bush 

a sweeter shade, etc." 

1903. 668 The parting of the ways. 

1904. 777 Gathering the flock. 

CAVE, Henry Painter. 

Ouse Gate, York. 
1814. 185 Part of the cloisters of the 
Monastery of St. Agatha, 
near Richmond, Yorkshire. 
1822. 50 View at Knaresborough, York- 
shire. 
1S25. 385 Part of the old Bridge over the 
river Ouse, York. 
946 St. Margaret's Porch, York. 

CAVE, James Painter. 

]Vinchestcr. 

1801. 866 West view of Winchester Cathe- 

dral. 
975 East view do. 

1802. 902 A View of the choir, Winches- 

ter Cathedral. 
903 An interior view of do. 

1803. 965 View of St. Cross, near Win- 

chester. 

iSi2. 843 View of Beaufort's, Wainfleet's, 
and Fox's chantries in the 
east end of Winchester 
Cathedral. 

1817. 998 East view from the south tran- 
sept, interior of Winchester 
Cathedral. 

CAVE, Walter F Architect. 

8, George Street, 

Poriman Squai'e. 
1890. 1758 Gamekeeper's lodge, Sidbury, 
Sidmouth. 
14, Alarlborough Road, 

^ St. John's Wood. 
1895. 1557 "Eventyde,"St. John's, Woking. 
8, Old Burlington Street. 
1898. 1634 Proposed New Front, 40, James 
St., S.W. 
1741 Bank, Bedminster, Bristol. 
1900. 1843 A modern country house in 
the 18th-century manner. 

1902. 1449 Stables, The Coppice, Henley. 

1903. 1495 Studios, Bolton Gardens South. 

CAVELER, W. C Architect. 

28, Bridport Place. 
1844. 1066 Design for a monument to the 
Duke of Sussex. 

Margate. 
1850. 1 144 Warmington church. North 
Hants. 

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CAVELL, John Scott Painter. 

1 5, Mecklenburg Square. 
1851. 664 Still life. 

6, Great Coram Street. 

1857. 354 Hassman, the Arab interpreter. 

1858. 509 Music for the million. 
103a The jewel dealer. 

1859. 92 A pillow of snow. 

1043 Monsieur Noir ct Mademoi- 
selle Blanche. 

1 3, Grafs Inn Square. 
1862. 317 Un peu fatigu^. 

CAWKER, Miss Maud Painter. 

16, Meadow Studios, Bushey. 
1896. 461 Portrait of a lady. 

CAWLEY, Mrs Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1770. 230 A moss-rose and a butterfly, in 
water-colours. 

CAWSE, Miss Clara Painter. 

57, Frith Street., Soho. 
1S41. 782 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1842. 289 Little Nell and her grandfather. 
902 W. J. Williams, Esq. 

1843. 6:4 Cinderella. 

8, Frith Street. 

1844. 566 E. S. Morgan, Esq. 
691 do. 

1845. 377 The three ages. 

52, Rathbone Place. 

1846. S75 Portrait of a lady. 
1848. 469 Weary travellers. 

578 Meditation. 
1850. 341 Little Emily. 

22, Edivard Street, 

Langham Place. 
1856. 394 A study. 

CAWSE, John Painter. 

3, Goldsmith Street. 

1801. 59 A study. 

1802. 99 An old man's head. 

1 1, Upper King Street. 

1803. 252 Mr. C. Ashley. 

1805. 529 Mr. W. H. ^V'are, leader of the 

band, Theatre Royal, Covent 
Garden. 

1806. 54 Portrait of a lady. 
246 Mr. Reeve. 

1807. 328 The cobler. 

676 Ghismonda, a design for a 
large picture. 
1 3> Upper Kitig Street, 

Bloomsbury. 
1809. 91 Mr. R. Randall of the Chapel 
Royal. 
226 The nursery maid. 



1809. 244 Mr. Smith, of the Theatre 
Royal, Drury Lane, in the 
character of Omar in the 
Opera of Kais. 
1 1 , Orange Street, 

Red Lion Square. 

1 8 14. 232 Erichto, by Sorcerer, a racing 

mare, the property of J. P. 
Kellerman, Esq. 
I, Russell St., Covent Garden. 

181 5. 52 Portraits of two brood mares, 

the property of Mr. Keller- 
mann. 

233 Portrait of Pan, the property 
of Mr. Kellermann. 

326 Gambling. 

368 Portrait of Vale Royal, by Sor- 
cerer, the property of Mr. 
Kellermann. 

528 Preparing for a race. 

1816. 331 Miss M. Briggs. 

9, Henrietta St., Covent Garden. 

1830. 175 Sir George Smart. 

1 83 1. 117 Baron de Crossard. 

1832. 322 The antiquary. "He had a 

routh o' auld nic nackets." 
— Burns. 

1 3, Devonshire Street. 

1834. 486 Dioneas and Fiametta. {Vide 

Boccaccio's " Decainerone.") 

795 Four subjects from Sir Walter 

Scott's novel of " Redgaunt- 

let," etc. 

64, Great Russell Street. 
1844. 6co "Gil Bias," vol. i, chap. 10. 

CAWSTON, Arthur Architect. 

II, Clement's Lane. 
1880. 1197 House erecting on Balham 

Hill. 
iSSi. 1018 Proposed cottages in Clapham 
Park. 

9, Spring Gardens. 
1884. 1304 Salon — Paddockhurst, Sussex. 

CAYLEY, Mrs. Emma Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1838. 12S4 A child reposing on a favourite 

dog. 

1839. 1321 BustofE. S. Cayley, Esq.,M.P. 

CAYLEY, W.E. Sculptor. 

1833. 1134 A child resting after play; a 

portrait. 

( This exhibit is probably by 
the above Airs. Emma Cayley, 
the Mrs. having been 7nis- 
printed W in the index; the 
na?nc is E. Cayley in the 
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CAZENAVE, De. See D. 

CAZIN, Madame M Painter. 

/fo/fy Lodge, Fulham. 
1S74. 1337 A market garden in London. 

81, Boulevard Picpus, Paris. 
1878. 20J An old farm-house. 

CAZIN, Michel Medalist. 

40, Rue du Luxembourg, Paris. 
1899. 2034 Resignde — OrphelinatdesArts, 
La Pere Petit, Coquelin 
Cadet, Ambroisine medaille 
commemorative ; medals, 
silver. 

CECCARINI, F Sculptor. 

49, Winchester Terrace, 

Oakley Street. 
1872. 1403 Portrait of a boy. 

1436 do. gentleman. 

CECCOLI, R Painter. 

(Professor of Painting at the Royal 
Academy, Athens.) 

Palate Street, Pinilico. 
1855- 5^9 Gentlemen andladies of Athens 
in court costumes. 
573 Costumes Suliotti; the family 
of a Greek captain taking 
refuge in a cavern. 
677 Costumes of the women of 
Thebes. 
1856. 498 Greek costume. 

CELS, Cornelius Painter. 

193, Regent Street. 
1S36. 204 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CERACCHI, Joseph Sculptor. 

Queen Square Court, Soho. 
1776. 53 Thetis intreating Jupiter to re- 
venge the wrongs her son 
Achilles had suffered from 
Agamemnon. — Pope's Lliad, 
Bk. II, p. 662. 
Kin^s Square Court, 

Dean Street, Soho. 
1777- 49 Castor is agreeably surprised in 
the chase by Pollu.x his 
brother, who offers to share 
with him alternately that im- 
mortality which he himself 
had before enjoyed; and 
laying aside his arms, ten- 
derly invites him to make 
the circuit of the zodiac. 
50 Two medallions of two young 
noblemen. 



1777. 5' A bust of an admiral. 

{Admiral Keppel,extremely 
///!v.— Walpole.) 
52 A bust of Mercury. 
7, Margaret Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1778. 42 Lucretia; a sketch. 
43 A bust of Mercury. 

76, Margaret Street. 
1779- 45 His Excellency Count Bel- 
gioso; bust in marble. 

46 His Excellency General Paoli; 

bust in marble. 

47 A basso relievo in marble; re- 

presenting Love flying from 
Contention. 

4S A basso relievo in marble; the 
rape of Europa ; a model. 

49 Sketch in clay of the Earl of 
Chatham's monument; de- 
signed for a niche in St. 
Paul's. 

CERVAN, John Painter. 

Exeter. 
\Tl<i. 54 A view of Mr. Hoare's seat in 
Somersetshire. 
55 A view thirty miles from Ex- 
eter. 

CERVENG, John Painter. 

At Mr. Tilly's, 

7, Vine Street, Piccadilly. 

1771. 29 A landscape; a study from 

nature. 

1772. 44 An officer on horseback. 

CESARE, Cavaliere Sculptor, 

Fantacchestti, Florence. 
1887. 1922 Miss FrancescaColnaghi; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

CHABOT, A Painter. 

7, Travie's Lnn. 
1846. 307 Sketch from nature. 

CHADBURN, Haworth Painter. 

Braziers, Chippcrfield, 

King's Langky, Herts. 
1903. 70 Westleton Common. 
334 My wife. 

CHADLEY, J Painter. 

High Wycombe. 
1819. 1022 Design for a music-room. 

1098 View of the Gothic Lodge to 
Wycombe Abbey. 



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CHADWICK, Ernest A Painter. 

Hiimpton-in-Arden, 

Birmingham. 

1900. 1 31 2 The Vale of the Severn. 

1 90 1. 106S Bridge over the Blythe, Hamp- 

ton-in-Arden. 
1903. 934 Primroses. 

CHADWICK, Henry Daniel. 

Painter. 

20, Ashley Road, Hornsey. 
1S79. 982 Entrance to the chapel of 
Erasmus, Westminster 
Abbey. 
iSSo. 136 The freedom of the bridge. 

1437 In thereignof QueenElizabeth. 
1882. 39 Sunset off Boulogne. 

42, Batoum Gardens. 
1886. 447 A young souvenir of old 

London. 
1S87. 356 Mrs. Walter Farmer. 
Brook Green Studios, 

2, Dunsany Road, IV. 

1889. 202 Miss Edith Dyke. 

1890. 169 Miss Mary Chad wick. 
799 A Greek girl. 

1894. 5S1 George W. F. Loftus, Esq. 

1895. 823 A Grecian Princess. 

1896. 9J2 In Cupid's bonds. 

CHAFFAULT, Marie L. du (Com- 
tesse du ChafTault) Sculptor. 

5, Avenue d'Eylau, Paris. 
1S99. ^°^' Un Jour de Kermesse Flam- 
ande; relief, in enamel. 

CHAIR, De. See D. 

CHAIX, P Painter. 

9, Cavendish Square. 
JS32. 84 After a storm comes a calm. 

1091 Interior of a convent in Savoy. 

CHALK, Miss Hilda Painter. 

16, Montpelier Crescent, 

Brighton. 

1899. 714 Sowing. 

CHALKER, Miss Cissie. 

Miniature Painter. 

Belle Vue House, Bath. 

1890. 1490 Billy, Kathleen, and Dot, 

children of W. J. Chalker, 
Esq. 

1891. 1+6S Portrait of my sister. 

1892. 1356 Violet,daughterof A. Johnston, 

Esq. 

1893. 1256 Miss Marie Castellain. 
1280 Mrs. J. A. W. Ricketts. 



1894. 1241 Jack and Roy, sons of J. E. 

Martin, Esq. 
1264 Miss Deane. 
1266 Betty, daughter of the late W. 

Chalker, Esq. 

1895. 1128 Mrs. Henry Chalker. 

1896. 1306 Lady Fairbairn. 

1345 Hope, eldest daughter of H. F. 
Clutterbuck, Esq., now Mrs. 
T. Fison. 
The Red House, 

Thet/ord, Norfolk. 
189S. 1361 Miss Croft. 

CHALKER, Miss Sophia. 

Miniature Painter. 

Belle Vie-iV House, Bath. 
1888. 1523 Daddy. 

CHALKLEY, C Architect. 

At Mr. J. Wyatfs, Avery Row, 
Lozoer Grosvenor Street, 
1800. 993 Design for a lodge. 

CHALLICE, Miss Annie Jane. 

Painter. 

S, Cor/iwall Residences, N. IV. 
1877. 1000 Eva. 

5, Tichfield Terrace. 
1 88 1. 1209 A girl's head. 

Bolton Studios, Redcliffe Road. 
1895. 659 "Grapes fresh from the vine, 
etc." 
Egerton Studios, 

1 6, Yeoman^ s Row. 
1904. 121 Lieut. -Colonel Luis Figuerola 
y Ferretti. 

CHALLIS, E Painter. 

I, Upper John Street. 

1846. 1190 Interior view of the round 

church, St. Sepulchre's, Cam- 
bridge. 
32, Upper Park St., Islington. 

1847. 1245 View in the cloisters of West- 

minster Abbey. 
1272 West front of Winchester 
Cathedral. 

1848. 1 1 35 West front of Wells Cathedral. 
1S49. "54 The north transept of Tintern 

Abbey. 

1850. 116S East end of the ruins of Tintern 

Abbey. 

185 1. 1124 South-east view of Wells Cathe- 

dral. 
1853. 1 146 Crypt of chapter-house. Wells 

Cathedral. 
i860. 8 17 East end north tower, etc., of 

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CHALLISS, Charles A Painter. 

Northolt Road, Harroiv. 
1899. 1187 Galley head, St. Leonards. 



CHALMERS, A Painter. 

2, St. Albans Street. 
1798. 364 The coronation chairs. 

612 Mr. Kemble as the stranger. 
6S7 The tomb of Henry VIL 



CHALMERS, Sir George, Bart. 

Painter. 

41, Goodge Street. 

1775. 56 Portrait of a Turk. {Good, but 

hard. — Walpole.) 

109, St. Martin's Lane. 

1776. 56 Portrait of a young lady in the 

Chinese court-dress; Kitcat. 
At Hull. 
iTTS. 4+ A young lady with a favourite 
dog. 

45 A young gentleman with a 

bird's nest. 

46 An officer of the 62 nd regi- 

ment, lately killed in 
America. 

47 Portrait of an artist. (? R. E. 

Pine holding his daughter's 
portraiti) 
1779- 39^ Portrait of a nobleman; half- 
length. 

399 Portrait of a captain of Grena- 

diers (now lieutenant- 
colonel). 

400 Portrait of a captain of light 

infantry; small whole length. 

401 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 

1780. 201 Portrait of an officer. 
209 do. a gentleman. 

1 78 1. 64 do. a sea officer. 
98 A Magdalen. 

144 Portrait of an officer. 
167 do. a gentleman. 

I GO, St. Martin's Lane. 

1784. 49 Portrait of a gentleman. {G. 

Chalmers. ) 

145 Portrait of a gentleman in a 

shooting-dress. {Mr. Lilly.) 

1785. 121 Portrait of a young lady. 

3, Back of St. George's Church, 
LLanover Square. 

1786. io4t Portrait of a gentleman. 

3, Mill Street. 

1788. 253 Portrait of a lady. 

1789. 96 do. field officer. 
381 do. lady. 

1790. 4 do. young gentleman. 



CHALMERS, George Paul, R.S.A. 

2, Queen Street, Edinburgh. 
1863. 535 Major Maconachie \Velwood, 
Lieut. -Colonel of the Edin- 
burgh City Volunteers. 
(Elected R.S.A.) 

51, York Place, Edinburgh. 
1875- 3 Threescore years and ten. 
1876. 256 Running water. 
505 The knitter. 
545 Roses. 
597 Prayer. 

CHALMERS, J Architect. 

1799. 917 Sketch of a naval triumphal 
arch. 

CHALMERS, Sir R., Bart. Painter. 

Capn. R. Chalmers. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1790. 485 Sea-piece. 
494 do. 

1791. 109 do. 

1796. 329 Calm after a storm. 

1797- 325 View near Dover. 

S03 A view in Rio de Janeiro, 
South America. 

{Sir George Chalmers, 
Bart., died in 1791, and Sir 
R. Chalmers, Bart., only ap- 
pears as such in 1 798. He 
might have succeeded an elder 
brother.) 

1798. 279 Pilots hailing a ship. 

1799. 82 A sea view with Dutch boats. 
S3 A sea view on the coast. 

669 A scene from a novel of Elea- 
nor by Mrs. Hanway, vol. 4, 
p. 204. 

CHALMERS, W. A. Painter. 

At Mr. Coup's, 

14, Neil) Bond Street. 

1790. 569 View in the Collegiate church, 

Westminster. 
629 Mrs. Jordan as Sir Harry Wild- 
air. 

645 View of the eastern entrance of 

the collegiate church, West- 
minster. 

59, New Bond Street. 

1 791. 5S9 Interior view of the cathedral 

church, ^Vestminster. 

646 View from Dryden'sMonument 

at Westminster. 
660 A Gothic screen. 

1 792. 480 The ceremony of the interment 

of the late President of the 
Royal Academy in St. Paul's. 



22 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chalmi 


:rs, 


W. A. — continued. 


i8og. 695 


A frame containing the por- 






102, New Bond Street. 




traits of two ladies and two 


1793. 


0S7 


Inside of Henry Vllth Chapel, 




gentlemen. 






with the ceremony of the 


696 


Master Ottey, from the Royal 






installation. 




Military College, Marlow. 






59, New Bond Street. 


1810. 94 


The toilet. 


1794. 


41: 


West front of the Abbey, Bath. 


387 
405 


Portrait of a lady. 
Mrs. Mills. 


CHALON, 


Alfred Edward, R.A. 


411 


Portrait of a lady. 






Painter. 


412 


do. do. 






8, Church Lane, Kensington. 


564 


do. an artist. 


1801. 


826 


Mrs. Starkey. 


6.5 


A frame containing the por- 


1802. 


456 


Mr. Chauvet and family. 




traits of Mrs. Hamilton, Miss 




777 


Signer Viganoni. 




Attersolls, Lieut. - Colonel 




8+3 


Mr. G. Ferrari. 




^ Hamilton, and Mr. Parks. 


1803. 


344 


Miss E. Willis. 


1811. 133 


The Balcony, painted as com- 




75« 


Rev. Mr. Ormerod. 




panion to " The Toilet " ex- 


1804. 


506 


Portrait of a child. 




hibited last year. 




529 


The rural lesson. 


273 


Sir Joseph and Lady Mawbey's 




684 


Mr. Moeller. 




children. 




732 


Mrs. Davis. 


S5> 


Portrait of a lady. 




741 


Rev. D'Arcy Haggitt. 


57^ 


The ruby of the Philippine 




769 


Baroness Blount. 




islands. Vide " Gil Bias." 




810 


A Virgin and child. After 


574 


Portrait of a lady. 






Francisco Vane. 


575 


Portraits of the Hon. Miss 


1805. 


3S3 


Portrait of a lady. 




Burrell, the Hon. Mr. W. 




393 


The seasons. 




Burrell, and Miss Cholmon- 




65. 


Portrait of a lady and family. 
23, Charles St., Berners Street. 




deley. 
71, Great Titchfield Street. 


1806. 


381 


Spanish Courtship. 


1812. 397 


Tuning. 




3S2 


Portrait of a child. 


39S 


Mrs. S. Adair. 




435 


Sir J. Mawbey, Bart., Lady 
Mawbey, and family. 


399 


Mergelina, Diego, and Marcos, 
etc., from " Gil Bias." 




654 Ganymede. 


413 


Hon. Miss L. Wyndham. 




691 


Beatrice. — Vide Shakespeare. 


549 


Portrait of a lady. 




702 


Je I'ai plaunte, je I'ai vil naitre. 
— Vide J. J. Rousseau's 
romance. 


55° 


A frame containing the por- 
traits of the Marchioness 
Dowager of Lansdowne, Mrs. 




709 


Portrait of a lady of quality in 
the costume of the sixteenth 




Dottin, and Miss G. Stroude. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 






century. 


1813. 436 


A frame containing the por- 


1807. 


353 


Portrait of an officer in the 
Guards. 




traits of a lady. Major Na- 
pier, and Lady Montford. 




44S 


Portraits of Miss Chesshyres, as 


472 


Portrait of a gentleman. 






Zobeide, Safie, and Amine 


5.6 


A frame containing the por- 






in the story of the Three 




traits of Lord C. Bentinck's 






Calenders and the Three 




child. Miss Milbanke, and 






Ladies of Bagdad.— Vide 




the children of Colonel Gor- 






Arabian Nights. 




don. 




776 


Portraits of a lady and her 


517 


The Misses Coxe. 






children. 


1814. 114 


A scene from Beaumarchais' 




822 


The approaching check-mate 
and the retaliation. 




comedy, " Le Mariage de 
Figaro": The Count, Su- 




861 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




sanna, and the Page, etc. 




S97 


do. lady. 


426 


Portraits of Mrs. Elliott, Sir 




912 


Mr. W. Prescott. 




W. Elliott, Bart., and Mrs. 


1808. 


379 


lis sont d'accord. 




Mayers. 






43, Great Titchfield Street. 


434 


Portraits of Lady Fred. Beau- 


1809. 


112 


La Colezione. 




clerck, a lady, and Mrs. 




122 


Miss M. Gifford, etc. 




Utterson. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



23 



i»i4. 



1815. 



1S16. 



1S17. 



1S19. 



450 Portraits of three sisters: Mrs. | 


lS20. 194 


M. CorselHs, Mrs. Strettcll, 




and Miss Utterson. 




4 SI Lady Barbara Ashly Cooper. 




91 Portraits of the children of W. 


462 


Heyliger, Esq. 


791 


Ill A lady and her attendant. 




601 Mrs. Lambton and daughter. 




646 Portraits of Miss Montgomery, 




Mrs. Fray, and a gentle- 


1821. 145 


man in an Andalusian 




dress. 


65. 


652 Portrait of a lady. 


706 


703 Portraits of Lady Mawbey and 


79^ 


Mrs. Wildman Goodwyn. 


812 


737 Portrait of a lady. 


869 


(Elected R.A.) 


1822. 162 


67 A scene from " Don Quixotte " : 




the landscape painted by 




J. J. Chalon. Sancho Panza 




delivering the message from 


651 


the Knight to the Duchess. 


652 


61S Dr. and Mrs. Yelloley. 


661 


659 Portraits of Mrs. Rolls (in the 


74^ 


costume of the Welsh peas- 




antry), J. Rolls, Esq., and 


743 


Mrs. Barnett. 


751 


744 Portraits of a lady, Mrs. J. Kay, 


752 


and another lady. 


1823. 163 


II, Great Marlborough Street. 


517 


140 A study from nature. 




688 Portrait of a gentleman. 




705 Portraits of Lady Charlotte 




Clive and Colonel and Mrs. 


688 


Brownrigg. 


817 


706 The Lady and the Wasp, from 




Gay. "Strikehim not,Jenny, 


826 


Doris cries, etc." 


835 


717 Mrs. Colonel Shedden. 


1824. 429 


779 Portraits of W. Goodwin, Esq. 


454 


and H. Ball, Esq. 




645 Portraits of three ladies. 




715 Portrait of a lady. 


455 


718 do. gentleman. 




S21 Portraits of two ladies, and the 




Rev. Dr. Butler. 




24 H.R.H. the late Princess Char- 




lotte of Wales and of Saxe 




Coburg Saalfeld. 




520 A. Wyndham Bishop, Esq., 




nth Light Dragoons. 


539 


530 Portrait of a lady. 


544 


793 do. do. 




802 Mrs. J. Arkwright. 


545 


803 Portrait of a lady. 




805 do. child. 


663 


884 Lady Wigram. 


795 


895 Portrait of a lady. 




910 James Rutherford, Esq., Royal 


1825. 45' 


Engineers. 


533 



The theft discovered. La 
Comtesse, Suzanne, Cheru- 
bin, etc., from " Mariage du 
Figaro." 

Miss Hullmandcl. 

Portrait of Rear- Admiral Lam- 
bert, Commander-in-chief at 
the Cape of Good Hope and 
St. Helena. 

Le Billet. Portraits of a lady 
and her daughter. 

Dr. Chossat. 

The Duchess of Hamilton. 

Mrs. Eversfield. 

Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 

A scene from Moliere's comedy, 
" Les Precieuses ridicules:" 
Madelon, Cathos, Masca- 
rille, etc. 

The Hon. Misses Burrell. 

Mrs. Moody. 

Mrs. Hughes. 

Portraits of a lady and the late 
Miss Tarleton. 

Major Moody. 

A portrait. 

J. Graham, Esq. 

Mrs. James Pulham. 

Madame Ronzi de Begnis, in 
the character of Fatima in 
the opera of " Pietro I'Ere- 
mita." 

Countess of Blessington. 

Hon. Captain Monckton, Cape 
Infantry. 

H. A. W. Fellowes, Esq. 

Lady Wigram. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Miss Chester in the character 
of Beatrice — " Much ado 
about Nothing." 

Thomas Clarkson, M. A., author 
of the " History of the Abo- 
lition of the Slave Trade." 
The specimens of African 
produce and manufactures 
are those which were shown 
to the Privy Council in 
1788, etc. 

Mrs. Nightingale and daughters. 

Portrait of an officer of the 
Royal Staff Corps. 

Portraits of the family of the 
Rev. Wm. Ward. 

Rev. William Ward. 

Portraits of the daughters of 
Lord Frederick Beauclork. 

The Ladies Cornwallis. 
do. do. 



24 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



543 

617 
661 



545 



549 



D. O'Callaghan. 
Esq. 



1827. 



Chalon, Alfred 'E&'wa.rA,R.A.—con/iniied. 

1825. S3: rnparations for a fancy liall; 
portraits of the Misses Scott. 

Portraits of the sons of Lord 

Frederick Beauclerk. 
Mrs. ^^'illiam Lambard. 
W. C. Sheppard, Esq., Cape 
Cavalry. 
762 Miss Stcrky. 
814. Lady Sinclair. 
(Painter to H.R.H. the Duchess of 
Cambridge.) 
42, Great Mar/borough Street. 

1826. 446 Portraits of W. Wilkins, Esq., 
Mrs. Wilkins and family. 

Robert Walpole, Esq., Rifle 
Brigade. 

Miss Barton. 
550 Master J. W. 
660 E. R. Tunno, 
667 Mrs. Tunno. 
750 Mrs. Money and daughter. 
766 Lady Wigrara. 
466 A family group. 
482 The sisters. 
694 Mrs. Douglas Mercer. 
708 Mrs. Charles Calvert. 
790 Mrs. Fitz-Gerald. 
829 Miss Bouwens. 
837 Portrait of the infant daughter 
of Sir Thomas Woolleston 
White, Bart. 
S45 Charles Calvert, Esq., M.P. 
509 The sisters. 

La Collazione. 

Mrs. Barrett Lennard. 

Mrs. John Graham and her 
children. 

Mrs. Coape. 

756 Portrait of a lady. 

757 Mrs. Chauncy Hare Towns- 
hend, of Baynard, Surrey. 

873 Portraits of a lady and child. 
495 do. two ladies (sisters). 

504 Miss Sewell and Miss Adelaide 
Sewell. 

505 Mrs. Dumaresq. 
605 Mademoiselle Sontag. 
613 Miss Gordon. 
699 Portrait of a lady. 
759 do. gentleman. 
878 do. young lady. 
462 do. lady. 
464 Disegnatrice. 
476 Portraits of the Countess of 

Jersey and the Lady Adela 
Corisanda Villiers. 

604 Portrait of a lady. 

691 do. gentleman. 

754 do. lady. 



1828. 



533 
551 

520 

628 



1829. 



1830. 



1830. 876 

913 

1831. 18 

471 

475 



478 
604 
825 
832 
842 
502 
519 



1832. 



1833- 



535 



621 
639 

655 
769 

905 

87 
496 

5'4 



627 

637 
652 



859 

1S34. 444 

464 



" Che ne pensate sorella mia?" 

Miss Clarke. 

Hunt the slipper. 

Portrait of a lady. 

The Ladies Georgiana and 
Louisa Russell. 

Lady Wrothesley Russell. 

Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 

do. gentleman, 

do. lady. 

Miss Emma Strovin. 

La Bayadere; portrait of Made- 
moiselle Taglione. 

Edmund Champagne Jones, 
•Esq., son to Lieutenant- 
General Sir Richard Jones, 
K.C.B. 

Countess of Aylesford. 

Mrs. Peter la Touche. 

Lady Katharine Jermyn. 

Portrait of a lady. 

John Erskine, Esq. 

Mrs. Joy. 

The Countess of Erne. 

Portraits of the Hon. the 
Ladies Sarah Caroline 
Frederica, Clementina Au- 
gusta Wellington, and Adela 
Corisanda Maria Villiers. 

Lady Louisa Fortescue. 

Mrs. Robert Snow. 

Portraits of a lady and her 
children. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Frederick Seymour, Esq. 

Lady Rodd. 

Mrs. Fairlie and her child- 



ren. 
472 La Sorelle: portraits of the 

Hon. Mrs. Stanley and the 

Hon. Misses Dillon. 
480 Mrs. FitzGerald. 
567 The Countess of Blessington. 
576 Lady Astley Cooper. 
676 Portraits of a lady and children ; 

miniature. 
772 Mrs. Singleton. 

1835. 445 The late Countess Dowager of 

Burlington. 
459 Lady Charles Fitzroy and son. 
466 Mrs. Crawford of Saint Hill. 
561 Lady Agnes Byng. 
569 Mrs. Henry Bathurst and son. 
580 Lady Augusta Baring. 
697 The late Countess Dowager of 

Burlington. 
822 Madame Vestris. 

1836. 466 Lady Louisa Cavendish. 
475 Mrs, Henry Pearse. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



25 



1836. 


476 Lady Macbeth. "Come, come, 


1841. 644 






you spirits, etc." 


657 




491 


Lady Macbeth. "All the per- 


67. 






fumes of Arabia, etc." 


696 




589 


Portraits of the Earl of Dal- 


712 






keith, Lord Henry M. D. 


7.8 






Scott, and Lord Walter M. D. 


1842. 60 






Scott, children of the Duke 


616 






of Buccleuch. 






592 


Lord Lyndhurst. 


656 




598 


Miss FitzClarence. 






836 


Mrs. Smith. 




1837- 


60 


Dalila. "Let me approach at 
least, and touch thy hand." — 








Samson Agonistes. 


666 




55' 


Mrs. W. Boothe. 


677 




587 The Duchess of Montrose. 


708 




622 


Miss Bentinck. 






716 


Lady Rennie. 


715 




727 


Miss Johnson. 






738 


Portraits of the children of 
George Rennie, Esq. 






988 


The Earl of Pembroke. 


872 


(Portrait Painter to H.M. the Queen.) 




1838. 


6.7 


Lady Georgiana Campbell. 


1843. 655 




623 


Her Royal Highness the 








Duchess of Kent. 


987 




632 


Lady Caroline Campbell. 


1 00 1 




733 


Her Majesty the Queen. 






734 


Lady Wilhelmina Stanhope. 






744 


The Duchess of Sutherland. 


1013 




760 


Miss Cockayne. 






1024 


Portraits of the Ladies Somerset, 
daughters of the Duke of 


1048 






Beaufort. 


1078 


1839. 


596 


The Marchioness of Ailesbury. 






633 


Mrs. Charles Martyn. 






646 


Madame la Comtesse Zava- 








douski. 


i"33 




737 


The Countess of Blessington. 


1844. :-3 




749 


Mrs. Thwaytes. 






76. 


The Misses Coape. 






775 


Miss Gamble. 






779 


Lady Susan North and son. 

10, Wimpole Street. 


95 


1840. 


100 


" Le bas couleur de rose avec 
une jarretiere d'argent." — 








Le Diable Boiteux. 


629 




563 


La Seiiora de Acuna. 


899 




579 


Lady Lytton Bulwer. 


916 




587 


Mrs. Richard Lane. 






614 


Portrait of a lady. 






6»4 


Portraits of the children of Sir 
John and Lady Charlotte 
Guest. 






634 


Ada, Countess of Lovelace. 






780 


Portrait of a lady. 




1841. 


216 


The farewell. " Lady, farewell, 


937 






I little thought, etc." 


95' 




6zS 


Count D'Orsay. 


965 



Lady John Scott. 

Mrs. Thwaitcs. 

Lady Elizabeth Drummond. 

H.R.H. the Prince of Cajnia. 

H.R.H. the Princess of Capua. 

Sir Walter Hlunt, Bart. 

"A hora me canoces?" 

Portrait of a lady and her 
child. 

Portraits of the childrc-n of the 
late Sir Benjamin Heath 
Malkin, one of the Judges 
of the Supreme Court of 
Judicature, Calcutta. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Miss Stanley. 

Madlle. Rachel, role de Camille 
dans les Horaces. 

Mrs. Charles Kean, late Miss 
E. Tree, in the character of 
Pauline des Chapelles in the 
" Lady of Lyons." 

The Lord Bishop of Norwich. 
{Edward Stanley.) 

Robert, son of R. Buchanan 
Dunlop, Esq. 

Lady Clementina \'illiers. 

Portraits of the family of \\\\- 
liam Whitting, Esq., of 
Thorney Abbey. 

Undine, portrait of Lady Cle- 
mentina Villiers. 

Portrait of the daughter of 
John Lock, Esq. 

Portraits of the late Lady 
Amelia Frederika and of 
the Lady Cecilia Gordon 
Lennox. 

A family group. 

John Knox reproving the ladies 
of Queen Mary's court. 
" When he left the Queen 
bubbling and greeting, etc." 

"And Herod with his men of 
war set him at naught, and 
mocked him, etc." — Luke, 
x.xiii, II. 

Miss Jameson. 

Mrs. Ridgway of Richmont. 

Portraits of the late George 
Knott, Esq., Mrs. Knott 
and family, of Bohun Lodge, 
East Barnet. By the demise 
of Mr. Knott, the English 
school of painting has lost 
one of its most zealous and 
liberal patrons. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Lake Price, Esq. 

Mrs. Price. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chalon,AUredEdwa.rd,J?.A.—con/i/iued. 
1S45. 28 La li. \'erginc col Bambino. 
66 Mrs. Tliwaytes. 
586 riiL- Marchioness of Ailesbury 

in a Spanish costume. 
Si? Portrait of a lady. 
815 George Jones, Esq., R.A., 
Keeper of the Royal Aca- 
demy. 
949 Lord Crewe. 
9s8 Portrait of a lady. 
1008 Frederick Clifton, Esq. 

1846. 885 Lord Brougham. 
1036 Lady iMolesworth. 

1047 Sir William Molesworth, Bart., 

r.LP. 
1075 Mrs. Heming and child. 
1085 Sisters. 
1112 Hon. Mrs. Hamilton of Bur- 

warton. 
1122 Mrs. Morrison. 
1141 Mrs. William Curtis. 

1847. 157 Serena among the Salvage 

people. The landscape by 
J. J. Chalon, R.A. "Tho' 
when as all her plaints she 
had displayed, etc." 

820 Madame Acuna. 

960 Mrs. Lane of the Grange, 
Leyton. 

972 John Lane, Esq. 

978 Portraits of Sisters. " We, Her- 
mia, have with our needles 
created both one flower, 
etc." 
1011 A study. 

1C12 Launch of the Homeward- 
bound. 
1036 Portraits of a lady and her son. 

1848. 532 Autumne. 

960 Lieut. A. Wykeham, Clifton, 
I St Battalion ist Rifle Bri- 
gade. 
981 Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kean in 
the characters of Sir Walter 
and Lady Emeline Amyott 
in the " Wife's Secret." 

1000 A portrait. 

loij Madame Rabat Fechter and 
Mdlle. Baptiste in the char- 
acters of Antigone and Is- 
mene in Sophocles' "Anti- 
gone." 

1025 Portrait of an officer of the 
69th Bengal Native Infantry. 

1849. 770 Portrait of a lady, painted in 

1833- 
882 A sketch for a portrait. 
890 Captain Gardiner, R.H.A. 
91° Mrs. Gardiner. 



1849. 



portrait 



1850. 



1851. 



r8s2 



1853- 



1042 



1131 
1139 



'•49 

958 



520 Maternal instruction; 

of Miss Mitchell. 
934 Clarkson Stanfield, R.A. 
947 Professor Leslie, R.A. 
963 The breeze; portrait of Miss 
Lucomb in the character of 
Haydee. 
956 Henry Lazarus, Esq. 
977 Madame Doca. 
1016 Rosalie; a sketch. 
1018 Diamond cut diamond; an an- 
ecdote of the Court of Louis 
XV, related by Madame de 
Genlis: "Madame de Pom- 
padour . . . used to pay her 
court to the Queen, etc." 
Rosalie; a sketch. "Je I'ai 
plantt', Je I'ai vu naitre, etc." 
The Seasons. " The daughters 

of the year, etc." 
Mrs. Parnell. 

Les Graces; portraits of Mile. 
Carlotta Grisi, Mme. Amalia 
Ferraris, and Mile. Louise 
Taglioni. 
Mimie. 
Miss Tatlock. 
963 Donna Emilia Rosa de Gayan- 

gos. 
1008 Lady Bulwer Lytton. 
922 Mrs. Charles Salaman and son. 
930 Miss Strickland. 
968 Miss Fanny Chambers. " Oh ! 
blest with temper whose un- 
clouded ray, etc." 
983 Master Mitchell, 
ary Member of the Society of Arts of 
Geneva.) 
£/ Bit en Re tiro, Kensitigtoti. 
In memoriam, 1853. "And 
memory watches o'er the sad 
review. " — Campbell. 
The late Col. Hawker. 
968 Mrs. Hawker. 
1S56. 884 Portraits. 

1 108 Geneva, sketched in the winter 

of 1825. "My lodging was 

on the cold ground." 

197 Sophia Western. — Tom Jones. 

229 " The isle is full of noises, etc." 

— The Tempest. 
776 Mrs. Captain J. J. Underwood, 

painted in 1824. 
864 Portrait of a lady. 
886 do. do. 
904 Mrs. Colonel J. J. Underwood; 
a gift to her son in India. 
(The same lady is repre- 
sented, No. 776, after an in- 
terval of twenty-three years.) 



(Honor 
1854 



925 



959 



1857- 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



27 



1858. 36 Portrait of his sister, the late 

Miss Chalon. 
77S Miss Gibbons. 
797 Repose; a portrait. 
808 Sir James South. 

1859. 7S0 Bessie; portrait of Miss Car- 

penter Smith. 
S54 Mdlle. Feser, with Joli-cceur. 
856 Sisters. 

877 Mrs. Auther. 

878 Miss Josephine Chatterton. 

879 Sacred music; portraits of Mrs. 

Bertha Street and her sister 
Miss Street. 
i860. gz "See fierce Belinda on the 
baron flies, etc." — Jiape of 
the Lock. 
733 Portrait of an artist. 

741 A visit to El Retiro; portrait 

of Mrs. Vickers Dickenson. 

742 Portrait of an actress. " Que 

Tantin serait content s'il 
avait I'art de vous plaire." 

CHALON, Henry Bernard. ..Painter. 

H. Chalon, Junr., 
21, Broad St., Golden Square. 

1792. 655 Landscape with cattle. 
703 do. horses. 

H. B. Chalon, 

78, Charlotte Street. 

1793. 645 Portrait of a horse. 

663 Landscape with sheep and 

cattle. 
702 Landscape with cattle. 
712 Portraits of a lion, lioness, and 

two whelps at the tower. 
782 Portrait of a bull. 
788 A wild boar. 
79; Landscape with cattle. 
(Animal Painter to the Dutchess of York.) 
18, Goodge Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 
1796. 321 Portraits of a mare and dog. 

26, Goodge Street, 
i^f)"]. 4 Two portraits of horses belong- 
ing to H.R.H. the Duke of 
York. 
324 Portrait of an Italian grey- 
hound. 
681 Skull of a lion. 
689 do. white bear. 
706 Portrait of an old English setter. 
729 do. a hunter. 
1798. 58 do. Pomeranian belong- 
ing to the Marquess of 
Blandford. 
146 Portrait of a hunter. 
237 do. an Arabian belong- 
ing to Lord Heathfield. 



1 798. 542 Portrait of a Shetland poney be- 

longing to the Duchess of 

Dorset. 
649 Portrait of a horse. 
■>' do. hunter belonging 

to Lord Heathfield. 

1799. 105 Portrait of a famous poney be- 

longing to Mr. Field. 

243 Portrait of His Majesty's state 
coach horses. 

570 Portrait of a horse and dog be- 
longing to Mr. Mildrell. 

572 Portrait of a celebrated grey- 
hound. Miller, belonging to 
Mr. Bate Dudley. 

827 Portrait of a horse belonging 
to General Stabed. 

843 Portrait of a hunter belonging 
to Mr. R. Clarke. 

1800. 40 I'ortraitof Henry Hall, a British 

soldier, aged 90 years. 
52 Two chargers belonging to the 

Duke of York. 
270 Portrait of Mary Owen. 

1801. 33 do. Beauty, one of His 

Majesty's state-horses. 
193 Portraits of two chargers. 
208 do. two hunters. 

689 do. spaniels flushing a 

woodcock. 

1802. II Portrait of a man and dray- 

horse. 
24, ll'uu-hesterRo7V, Faddington. 

1803. 19 Danceaway, a famous hunter, 

the property of General 

Grosvenor. 
113 Portrait of a spaniel, the 

property of Major-General 

Urquhart. 
200 Portrait of a Maltese ass. 
263 do. an Arabian, the 

property of Messrs. Moor- 
croft and Field. 
266 Portrait of an hunter, the 

property of Mr. Holbrook. 
715 The Bibury welter-stakes. 

1804. 59 Portraits of dogs, the property 

of Miss Thrale. 
5S4 Portraits of Hannibal and Prin- 
cess, the property of H.R.FL 
the Duke of York. 

1805. 193 Portrait of H.R.H. the Duke 

of York's gamekeeper and 

dogs. 
221 Portrait of a mare, the property 

of Miss S. Thrale. 
258 Giles, the property of W. Lake, 

Esq. 
552 A little spaniel, the property of 

Miss Carr. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chalon, Henry Bernard — continued. 

1806. -6 I'ortraii of a famousliunter and 

hack mare, the property of 
Sir F. Boynton, Bart. 
93 Esterhazy and Gaberlourie, 
famous hunters, the property 
of Colonel Thornton. 

106 Portrait of a famous hunter, 
the property of A. Roberts, 
Esq. 

I S6 Portraits of famous hunters, the 
property of Sir F. Boynton, 
Bart. 

483 Portraits of celebrated bull- 
dogs, the property of H. 
Boynton, Esq. 

805 Portrait of Snowball, a cele- 
brated greyhound, the prop- 
erty of Major Topham. 

1807. 424 Portrait of Sir David, a famous 

racer. 

441 Portrait of Brainworm, a famous 
racer. 

y-^ Portraits of famous setters, the 
property of Miss Crowcher. 
1S08. 69 Sir David by Trumpator, with 
Samuel Chisney, the prop- 
erty of H.R.H. the Prince 
of Wales. 

167 Orville, by Beningbrough, and 
Smallman, the groom, the 
property of H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales. 

1-7 Barbarossa, by Sir Peter, the 
property of H.R.H. the 
Prince of Wales. 

253 Carlo — a portrait of a famous 
spaniel, the property of Mrs. 
Kennedy. 
i8og. 220 Portraits of two celebrated 
dray-horses, the property of 
C. Calvert, Esq., and the 
portrait of Wry-nose Joe, the 
drayman. 

238 Tom Pipes and Harry Long- 
legs, hunters, the property of 
a gentleman, with his por- 
trait and servant. 
18 10. 14 Flora, a famous hunter, the 
property of the Earl of Dar- 
lington. 
22 Portraits of a poodle and 
Scotch terrier, the property 
of a lady. 

229 Brighton, a famous hunter, the 
property of the Earl of Dar- 
lington. 

3 1 8 Cartouch, a famous poodle, the 
property of H.R.H. the 
r^uchess of York. 



1 8 10. 337 Portraits of a terrier and tame 

badger, the property of a 

gentleman. 
418 Eaton, a portrait of a famous 

racer, the property of the 

Earl of Grosvenor. 
435 Fairy, a famous Scotch terrier, 

the property of H.R.H. the 

Duchess of York. 
529 Costive, a portrait of a famous 

hound, the property of the 

Earl of Darlington. 
23, Beaumont Street, 

Devonshire Place. 

181 1. 5 Fidget, a famous blood-horse, 

the property of Major J. 
Mouat. 

109 Portraits of Little Bit and 
Gay, two favourite phaeton 
ponies, the property of 
H.R.H. the Princess Char- 
lotte of Wales. 

178 Scorpion, a famous blood- 
horse, the property of 
H.R.H. the Princess Char- 
lotte of Wales. 

183 Portraits of Pleasant and Span- 
gle, two favourite ponies, 
the property of H.R.H. 
the Princess Charlotte of 
Wales. 

490 An Arabian broke loose. 

181 2. 104 Portrait of a hunter, the prop- 

erty of Viscount Hawarden. 

122 Portrait of a charger, the prop- 
erty of the Earl of Port- 
arlington, and a corporal of 
the 23rd Light Dragoons 
who was at the Battle of 
Talavera. 

187 Portrait of a shooting poney, 
gamekeeper and dogs, the 
property of J. Larking, Esq. 

196 Portraits of a hunter and fox- 
hound, the property of the 
Earl of Portarlington. 

209 Portraits of Stump and Hump, 
two favourite phaeton ponies, 
the property of H.R.H. 
the Princess Charlotte of 
Wales. 

219 Portrait of a race-horse, the 
property of a gentleman. 

334 Portrait of an officer's charger 
of the 7th Hussars. 

3S0 Portraits of two favourite dogs, 
the property of the Duke of 
Devonshire. 

18 1 3. Ill Sally, a favourite spaniel, the 

property of a gentleman. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1813. 240 The inside of the Earl of Dar- 

lington's kennel, with his 
Lordship's huntsman, dog- 
feeder, and some of the most 
celebrated hounds of the 
Raby pack. 

368 Sir Malagizi, a famous racer, 
the property of Sir M. M. 
Sykes, Bart., M.P. 

376 Camillus, a famous racer, the 
property of Sir M. M. Sykes, 
Bart., M.P. 

580 Phoebe, a famous spaniel, the 
property of G. Vere, Esq. 

1814. 32 Rose, a famous terrier, the 

property of Lady Graham. 

304 Fancy, a favourite spaniel, the 
property of E. Poore, Esq. 

317 Portraits of a groom and hun- 
ter belonging to Lady Au- 
gusta Vane. 

330 Portraits of two famous hunters 
and harriers going out in the 
morning, the property of Sir 
B. Graham, Bart. 

333 Sledmere, a famous blood- 
horse, the property of Sir B. 
Graham, Bart. 

1 81 5. 49 Portraits of a nobleman and 

his servant on two fast trot- 
ting hacks. 
74 Portraits of Blenheim and 
Rake, two favourite spaniels, 
the property of a lady. 

3S4 Major, a charger belonging to 
the late Captain Bryan of 
the Coldstream Guards. 

397 Mammoth, the property of 
Colonel G. Thornton. 

495 Portrait of Fidele, a favourite 
Italian greyhound, the pro- 
perty of W. Rogers, Esq. 
1 8 16 30 Portrait of a greyhound. 

( This number is put to Chalon 
in the index but to G. Wilson 
in tlie catalogue ; if is probably 
a mistake in the latter.^ 
43 Portrait of Lavinia, a favourite 
pug, the property of Miss M. 
Horn. 

277 Ostriches painted from nature; 
the property of H.R.H. the 
Duchess of York. 

364 Portrait of Nelson, a famous 
Newfoundland dog, the pro- 
perty of H.R.H. the Duke 
of York. 
1817. 219 Portraitof Flush, afavouritespa- 
niel (King Charles's breed), 
the property of a gentleman. 



1S17. 348 The royal hunt, or H.R.H. the 
Prince Regent's staghounds 
unkennelling on Ascot 
Heath; with portraits of 
Mr. Sharp, H.R.H.'s hunts- 
man, on Flamingo, his fav- 
ourite hunter, the whippers- 
in on their favourite hunters, 
and a groupe of picked 
hounds. 

366 Portraits of a favourite horse 
and a groom belonging to 
H.R.H. the Princess Char- 
lotte of Wales. 

381 Portrait of Berlin, a favourite 
Pomeranian, the property of 
H.R.H. the Duchess of 
Yojk. 

405 Portrait of Prince Lcoi)oId, a 
famous racer, with his rider, 
Whealey the jockey, the 
property of H.R.H. the 
Duke of York. 

444 Portrait of a favourite horse, 
the property of H.R.H. the 
Princess Charlotte of Wales. 
1818. 2 Portraits of a groupeof favourite 
dogs, the property of J. R. 
Scott, Esq. 
12 Portrait of Luna, a favourite 
spaniel, the property of 
J. R. Scott, Esq. 
14 Portrait of Fury, a favourite 
terrier, the property of R. 
Wright, Esq. 
90 Portrait of Mellow, a favourite 
managed horse, the property 
of J. R. Scott, Esq. 

313 Portrait of Pigeon, a famous 
Arabian, the property of a 
gentleman. 

334 Portrait of Dun, a favourite 
hack, the property of C. 
Greenwood, Esq. 

366 Portrait of Rattler, a favourite 
hunter, the property of a 
gentleman. 

379 Portraits of a favourite galloway 
and a Shetland poney, the 
property of J. Withmore, 
Esq. 

584 Portrait of Selim, a favourite 

chestnut hunter, the property 
of Richard Wright, Esq. 

585 Portrait of Dash, a favourite 

spaniel, the property of a 
lady. 
iSig. 43 Portrait of Beau, a favourite 
spaniel, the property of J. 
B. Wildman, Esq. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chalon, Henry Bernard — continued. 
1S19. 88 Portraits of a lady's horse, with 
ponies and a favourite 
spaniel. 

121 Head of Fickle, a terrier, the 
property of the Hon. W. H. 
Irby. 

218 Portrait of a celebrated gig- 
horse and I )oxy, a Newfound- 
land bitch, the property of a 
gentleman. 

276 Portrait of Vicare, a famous 
hunter, the property of 
G. H. Urummond, Esq., 
M.P. 

287 Portraits of a favourite hunter 
and his groom, belonging 
to the Countess of Darling- 
ton. 

370 Portraits of two favourite cows, 
the property of the Countess 
of Darlington. 

382 Portraits of three horses. Smock- 
face, the Upright Judge, and 
All Peter, with two fox- 
hounds, the property of the 
Hon. N. Fellowes, and a 
view of the kennel at Egges- 
ford. 

1820. 15 Portrait of a Persian mare, 

presented to His Majesty 
by the Ambassador from the 
Emperor of Persia. 

102 Portrait of Essex, a favourite 
hunter (and his groom), with 
a distant view of Thorpe 
Hall, Yorkshire, the pro- 
perty of M. Milbank, Esq., 
M.P. 

236 Portraits of a celebrated hunter, 
Dandy, and Newfoundland 
dog. Hector, the property of 
M. Milbank, Esq., M.P. 

260 Portrait of Malcolm, an Ara- 
bian, the property of His 
Majesty. 

282 Portraits of two celebrated 
greyhounds, the property of 
M. Milbank, Esq., M.P. 

544 Portraits of Dandy, a celebrated 
hunter, and Hector, a New- 
foundland dog, the property 
of M. Milbank, Esq., M.P. 

1821. 183 Portrait of Aimwell, a fox- 

hound, the property of Sir 
M. M. Sykes, Bart. 
433 Portrait of a favourite horse, 
the property of Miss Beau- 
mont, of Britton Hall, York- 
shire, with his groom. 



1821. 589 Portraits of a gamekeeper and 
his poney, with pointers, the 
property of C. Winn, Esq. 

1S22. 1S7 Study of a hunter's head and a 
foxhound. 

241 Portraits of a hunter and a ter- 

rier, the property of Henry 
Thorold, Esq. 

242 Portrait of an old hunter, the 

property of John Gilbert, 
Esq., with a distant view of 
the Earl of Carlisle's seat 
with the Mausoleum. 
487 Portrait of a favourite spaniel, 
the property of Mrs. Burch. 

1824. 352 Portraits of two hunters, the 

property of J. Tyndale, Esq. 
713 Viper, a favourite terrier, the 
property of a gentleman. 

1825. 226 Portraits of a little mare and 

Kitty, favourite hunters, the 
property of G. H. Wilkinson, 
Esq., Harperley Park, Dur- 
ham. 

267 Portrait of Brafferton, a favour- 
ite hunter, the property of 
the Countess of Darling- 
ton. 

405 Portraits of a poney and sport- 
ing dogs, the property of Sir 
T. Slingsby, Bart. 

1826. 2 Two favourite spaniels, the pro- 

perty of a lady. 
10, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 

1827. 6 Vixen, a favourite terrier. 

270 Pincher, a favourite terrier, the 
property of a lady. 

355 Portrait of a famous blood- 
horse, the property of Colonel 
Sir James Mouat, Bart. 

572 Portrait of Thomas Dancer, 
Esq., and his favourite horse 
and dogs, with his friends. 

1828. 3-6 Portrait of a favourite gig horse, 

the property of John Alder- 
son, Esq. 
475 Study of a woodcock from 
nature. 

1829. 576 Portraits of "The Colonel" 

and Wm. Scott, the winner 
and rider of the Great St. 
Ledger in 1828, the property 
of the Hon. E. Petre. 
629 Portraits of a favourite gig 
horse, a Norwegian rabbit, 
cat, and two favourite ter- 
riers, the property of Henry 
Ellison, Esq., of Beverley, 
Yorkshire. 



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1830. 394 Myrtle, a favourite spaniel, the 
property of a lady. 
575 Bess, sow and pigs, the pro- 
perty of a gentleman. 
59S Rose, a favourite Newfound- 
land, the property of a gen- 
tleman. 
1122 Patch, a favourite poney, the 
property of Frederick Farrar, 
Esq. 
6, Cirencester F/ace, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1531. 131 The portrait of a famous hunter, 

the property of Jolm Vere, 

Esq. 
240 The boy, a Persian cat, the 

property of Col. M'Kin- 

non. 
350 The portrait of a famous hack, 

the property of John Field, 

Esq. 
995 The death of the fox, with a 

portrait of the Marquess of 

Cleveland and his lordship's 

foxhounds. 

1532. 430 Portraits of Hayraddin, a fav- 

ourite hunter, and a spaniel, 
the property of the Hon. 
Thomas Dundas, M.P. 

433 Spot, the portrait of a favourite 
Italian greyhound, the pro- 
perty of the Duke of Devon- 
shire. 

555 Portraits of Mouton and Russ, 
two favourite cats, the white 
one from Persia, the other 
from Siberia, the property of 
Colonel Jolliffe, M.P. 

585 Portrait of Fang, a famous 
hunter, the property of the 
Marquis of Sligo, with her 
rider, Mr. Connelly. 

628 Portrait of Jewess, a favourite 
terrier, the property of Mr. 
George Wombwell. 
IVhite's Menagerie, 

Knightsbridge. 

1833. 98S Portrait of the head of a favourite 

poney, the property of Ed- 
ward T. Copley, Esq., Hal- 
naby Hall, Yorkshire. 
7, Queen Street, Brampton. 

1834. 267 Portrait of Tobias, a favourite 

pony, the property of the 
Duchess of Cleveland. 
987 Portraits of a well-known rat- 
catcher, with favourite ter- 
riers, the property of the 
Rev. E. Dutton, Croft, Dar- 
lington. 



1835. 53 Portrait of Bess, an old English 
Mastiff, the property of llie 
Duke of Devonshire. 
403 Portraitsof DraytonandGingle, 
favourite Newfoundland 
dogs, the property of Lady 
Frances Wright-Wilson. 

1S36. 229 Portrait of liracer, a celebrated 
foxhound in the Linlithgow 
and Stirlingshire pack, the 
property of W. R. Ramsay, 
Esq., of Barnton. 
680 Portrait of Master Hope John- 
ston, son of John J. Hope 
Johnston, Esq., M.P., on his 
favourite pony, the property 
of the Dowager Lady Tor- 
phichen. 

1837. 94 Betty, a favourite cob, the pro- 

perty of John Learmouth, 
Esq. 

4-0 Third of the series of the seven 
passions of the horse, re- 
presenting joy or gladness, a 
favourite old hunter in a 
paddock, roused by the view 
halloo of the huntsman; 
scenery in Durham, with 
Raby Castle in the dis- 
tance. 

47; First of the series of the seven 
passions of the horse, repre- 
senting rage with agony, with 
Arabian scenery. 

1838. 77 Portrait of Dash, a favourite 

spaniel, the property of Mrs. 
Evans. 

1 62 Mina, a favourite Spanish Barb, 
the property of C. F. 
Williams, Esq. 

180 Portraits of Vixen, Fury, Viper, 
and Perry, favourite Scotch 
terriers — scenery near Edin- 
burgh — the property of 

Wauchope, Esq. 

298 Lady Jane, a favourite pony, 
the property of Mrs. Les- 
lie. 

1839. 133 Portrait of Brink, a favourite 

spaniel, the property of Miss 
Bisset. 
232 Portrait of Turpin, the cele- 
brated blind dog, bred by 
Mr. Charles Cater, in 1835; 
it won the head prize at a 
public spaniel show in 1837 
and was afterwards sold for 

£ss- 

330 Study of a brood mare, with 
foal, etc. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chalon, Henry Bernard — continued. 

1S40. 295 Tortrait of Jim Crow,a favourite 
spaniel, the property of 
W. H. Moreton, Esq., from 
Mr. Edwards's celebrated 
dog, Brougham. 

1 84 1. 302 Two of Her Majesty's state 
horses, in the character of 
"Courage," one of the pas- 
sions of the horse. 
337 Portrait of the celebrated racer, 

Dalpine. 
430 Portrait of the celebrated grey- 
hound, Dahlia, the property 
of Mr. Orby Wombwell. It 
ran three successive seasons 
against the best dogs of the 
Swaffham cup dogs, and was 
never beaten. 
1194 Partridge shooting; one of the 
series of the shooting season, 
the property of Thomas 
Henry Hope, Esq. 

1S43. 436 Portrait of Beauty, a thorough- 
bred spaniel of KingCharles's 
breed, the property of Mrs. 
Trigg. 
450 Portrait of Lion, a favourite 
Skye terrier, the property of 
Mrs. Malone. 
1 1 29 Terror, one of the series of the 
passions of the horse. 

1844. 411 Study, from nature, of a forest 

mare and foal. 

413 Terriers at a rabbit hole. 

547 Wandering Boy, a favourite 
hunter, the property of the 
Duke of Beaufort. 

1845. 359 Portrait of Fanny, a favourite 

spaniel of King Charles's 
breed, the property of Mrs. 
Geldard. 

1846. 17 Portrait of Bob, a well-known 

terrier, the property of Mr. 
Christopher Grove. 
262 Sikh goats, from Panjab, with 
their Indian shepherd, from 
nature. 

1847. 200 Portrait of Tovy, the property 

of Mrs. Blandford, a mem- 
ber of the Society for the 
Suppression of Cruelty to 
Animals. 

CHALON, John James, R.A. 

Painter. 

8, Church Lane, Kensington. 

1801. 631 A turnpike gate. 

1802. 52 Banditti at their repast. 

1803. 624 A landscape. 



1803. 
1804. 

1805. 


706 
438 

45' 
224 




250 
335 




485 


1806. 


55° 


1807. 


265 


I8IO. 


302 


I8I2. 
I8I3. 
I8I4. 


241 
283 
240 
276 



I8I5. 



I8I6. 



ISI7. 



I8I8. 



I8I9. 
1820. 

I82I. 
1822. 



214 



208 

Si 



319 A 



371 
352 

'44 
^39 



1823. 457 



Fortune-telling. 

A study in Richmond Park. 

The watering place. 

Scene at the back of the Isle 
of Wight. 

The death of Nessus. 

The banks of a river in a 
mountainous country. 

A valley — an evening scene. 

23, Charles Street, Berners St. 

Carisbrook Castle, Isle of 
Wight. 

The angler. 

43, Great Titchfield Street. 

Boys bathing. 

71, Great Titchfield Street. 

Windy weather. 

A scene from nature. 

A ferry. 

An enclosed spot at Cove, 
Hants. 

Evening; landscapeand figures. 
The figures by A. E. Chalon, 
A.R.A. 

Village gossips — a scene from 
nature. 

Scene in Plymouth Sound in 
August, 1815. "On Wednes- 
day, 25th of July, 1815, the 
Bellerophon, 74 guns. Cap- 
tain Maitland, in company 
with the Eurotas and Lififey 
frigates, anchored in Ply- 
mouth Sound, within the 
breakwater. The point of 
time chosen is half past six 
in the evening, the hour at 
which Buonaparte usually 
made his appearance at the 
gangway." 
II, Great Marlborough Street. 

" Nor undelightful is the cease- 
less hum, etc." From Thom- 
son's " Summer." 

Morning. 

Gil Bias and Diego the Barber 
meeting with the player, etc. 
Common : a gamekeeper 
questioning some cow boys 
on their being found with a 
sporting dog. 

View of Hastings. 

Summer: Entrance to a farm- 
yard in Berkshire. 

A green stall. 

View of the Market and 
Fountain of the Innocents, 
Paris. 

The Serpentine, Hyde Park, 
during the late frost. 



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42, Great Marlborough Street. ' 

1826. 238 Le Charlatan — view of the 

Market place and fountain 
of the Innocents, Paris. 

1827. 296 Passing the brook. 

(Elected A.R.A.) | 

1828. 24 Alpine scenery, Canton of ' 

Berne, Switzerland. 

1829. 306 The market for hay, called La 

Corrateri, Geneva. The 
building on the left is the 
Maison de Saussure, with its 
garden and terrace. 

1830. 280 Recollection of a morning's 

ramble last autumn. 
305 La Place de la Fusterie, 
Geneva, on a market day. 

1831. 274 Destructionofthe Argyll Rooms 

on the night of the 5th of 
February, 1830, during a 
severe frost. 

1832. 370 Showery weather. 

1833. 241 Travelling in Switzerland. 
313 The watering place, evening. 

1834. 252 Ruins of a fountain — even- 

ing. 

482 Music. 

487 A terrace — sunset. 

489 Lady M. W. Montague at Bel- 
grade. Vide " Letters." 

572 The Fair Ellianor. "Sheclothed 
herself in gallant attire, 
etc." 

588 The watering place. 

1835. 241 The embarkation. 

446 Johnnie Faa and the Countess 

of Cassilis, etc. 
460 A calm after a storm. 
467 The Lord of the Hut. 
556 A halt of travellers. 

1836. 40 Landing above Richmond 

Bridge. 
322 The intruder. 
584 The Half-way House. 

1837. 304 Richmond — autumnal morn- 

ing. 

743 Petersham Wood, near Rich- 
mond. 

754 Mont Blanc from St. Martin's, 
near Sallanche. 

1838. 340 A landscape. 

1839. 26 La recreazione. 

194 Marble Hall Cottage, Twicken- 
ham, the summer resid- 
ence of Robert Vernon, 
Esq. 

794 The fable of the Oak and the 
Reed. 

10, Wimpo'c Street. 

1840. 177 After a shower. 
II. 



1840. 


217 


The Castle of Chillon on the 
Lake of Geneva. " Lake 
Leman lies by Chillon's walls : 
etc." — Byron. 




619 


In the grounds of Marble Hall 
Cottage, Twickenham. 




629 


do. do. 
(Elected R.A.) 


I84I. 


38 


Going to the fair. 


1842. 


99 


Desire. 




3^7 


A deserted mansion — return of 
its absentee owner. 


1843. 


109 


A composition. 




178 


Gil Bias in attendance on the 
robbers in their subterranean 
abode. 


1844. 


25 


The balcony. 




203 


A scene taken from the " De- 
camerone " of Boccaccio. 


1845. 


■5 


A river scene. 




196 Landscape — evening. "The 






mighty secret knew, but 






knew alone, etc." 


1846. 


12 


The birth of Christ announced 
to the shepherds, etc. 




23 


A morning drive round the 
ramparts of Utrecht. 


IS47. 


S6 


Arrival at Folkstone of the 
steam packet from Boulogne, 
during the gale on the 20th 
November last, when several 
vessels were lost on the 
coast. 




'57 


Serena among the Salvage 
people, etc.; the figures by 
A. E. Chalon, R.A. 


1848. 


100 


A study in Windsor Park. 


1849. 


9^ 


Tourists in the Tyrol. 


1850. 


43 


A hollow road through a wood; 
the figures by the late James 
Laurent Agasse. 


1853- 


79 


Fruit. 




94 


A little music. 

El Bueti Retiro, Kensington. 


1854. 


914 


Sketched on the sands at Rams- 
gate. 




917 


Sketched on the coast of Kent. 




932 


do. do. 



936 Sketched at Margate. 

CHALON, Miss Maria A. (afterwards 
Mrs. H. Moseley). 

Miniature Painter. 
24, Beautnont Street. 
1819. 952 Portrait of a young lady. 
1821. 740 The Countess of Darlington. 
767 Lieut. T. B. Chalon in the 

H.E.I.C. service. 
862 Mr. C. E. Horn of the Theatre 
Royal, Drury Lane. 



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Chalon, Miss Maria A. — conlintied. 

1822. 5SS Portrait of a lady. 
601 do. do. 
68+ do. do. 
729 do. do. 

758 Mr. H. B. Chalon. 
790 Portrait of a gentleman. 
(Miniature Painter to the Duke of York.) 

1823. 898 Portrait of a lady. 

905 do. gentleman. 

1824. 675 do. do. 
725 do. lady. 

1825. 778 do. do. 

1826. 820 Miss Louisa Heaton. 

1827. 663 Portrait of a lady. 

715 do. gentleman. 
751 do. lady. 

782 do. gentleman in the 

Mamelouk costume. 

9, London Street. 

1828. S99 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1829. S64 Lieutenant T. B. Chalon of the 

33rd Madras Infantry. 
872 Portrait of a lady. 
897 Frederique. 
937 R. Buckman, Esq. 
943 Portraits of the daughters of 

J. Holland, Esq. 

1830. S35 Portrait of the daughter of 

H. Brougham, Esq., M.P. 

870 The Marchioness of Cleve- 
land. 

882 Miss Spalding. 

1832. 766 Mrs. T. H. Keith. 

820 Portraits of the children of 
Colonel and Lady Laura 
Meyrick. 

836 Miss Taylor. 

866 The Marquis of Cleveland. 

1833. 660 Lady Edward Thynne. 
743 William Mellish, Esq. 
864 James Ward, Esq., R.A. 
913 Mrs. Anderson. 

928 Lord Harry Vane. 

1834. 61S Miss Maxwell. 

648 The Countess of Glengall. 
678 Captain George Sotheby, 34th 

Madras Light Infantry. 
701 Mrs. Alfred Lillington. 
803 Master Anderson. 

1835. 713 Edward Finch Hatton, Esq. 
776 Portrait of an officer. 

816 Lady Caroline Finch Hat- 
ton. 
890 Miss Hovenden. 

37, London Street. 

1836. 651 Mrs. Kent. 

676 Richard Davis, Esq. 

716 Portrait of a gentleman in an 

oriental costume. 



1836. 791 Portraits of the daughters of 

of J. Sawbridge Erie Drax, 
Esq., of Charborough Park, 
Dorset. 

1837. 766 Mrs. Thomas Manners Sutton. 
815 Mrs. A\'illiam Villiers Stuart. 
896 Lady Mary Hoare. 

911 Portrait of a gentleman. 
925 do. lady. 

1838. 912 Miss Laura Russell, niece to 

the Duke of Cleveland. 

959 Miss Caroline Chalon. 

961 Lady Margaret Butler, daughter 
of the Earl of Glengall. 

984 Annette Frederique, daughter 
of Mr. Edward Coates Wat- 
son. 

989 T. S. Duncombe, Esq., MP. 

1839. Si 3 Lieutenant H. Murray, of the 

Royal Artillery. 

833 Dr. Munk. 

837 J. S. W. Sawbridge Erie Drax, 
Esq., Captain-commander of 
the Charborough Troop of 
Yeomanry Cavalry. 

979 Mrs. Gawne and son of Ken- 
traugh. Isle of Man. 

1840. 701 Arthur Leslie, Esq., son of the 

Bishop of Elphin. 
750 Rev. Charles Leslie, eldest son 

of the Bishop of Elphin. 
753 Miss Cleasby. 
768 Miss Helen Dausey. 
795 Portrait of the eldest daughter 

of J. J. Hope Vere, Esq., 

and of Lady Elizabeth Hope 

Vere. 
847 Miss Isabella Sawbridge, of 

Olantigh. 

CHALONER.J. 

3, Afa?-lborough Street. 

iT^jC). 905 [T/iis number is given in the 

index both to Chaloner and 

Malton, but in the catalogue 

it is by the /atter.) 

CHAMBARS, Thomas, A./?.A. 

Engraver. 
Greek Street, Soho. 
\11l. 42 St. Agnes. From Sir Jos. Rey- 
nolds. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Miss C....Painter. 

18 1 6. 467 Shells. 

CHAMBERLAIN, Miss E.. ..Painter. 

181 6. 466 Fish. 



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1794. 



1795- 



1802. 



CHAMBERLAIN, E Painter. 

49, May field Street. 
1825. ■'96 Cottages at Enfield. 

CHAMBERLAIN, William... Painter. 

At Mr. Opie's, Beniers Street. 
Oxford Street. 
i6z An old man's head. 
At H. Jackson's, Es(j., 

To f ten ham. 
30 An old man reading. 
106 Fortune-teller. 

Chichester, Sussex. 
606 Portrait of a Newfoundland 
dog, the property of Capt. 
Diggins, nth Dragoons. 

64, Newman Street. 
1803. 107 Dog and cat playing. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181 7. 542 Itinerant potters. 

CHAMBERLAIN, W. B. ... Painter. 

4, Henry Terrace, Brighton. 
1879. 573 A salmon pool, Braemar. 
1889. 1425 Near Sorrento, Italy. 

CHAMBERLIN, Mrs. Amy G. 

Painter. 

28, Alexandra Road, 

South Hampstead. 
1895. 1 145 The Rose Queen. 
1897. 1514 Stella. 

CHAMBERLIN, Mason, R.A. 

Painter. 

7, Stuart Street, Spitalfields. 
1769. II Portrait of a gentleman; half 
length. 

12 Portrait of a gentleman ; three- 

quarters. 

13 do. do. 

14 do. do. 

33 do. half 
length. 

34 Portrait of a gentleman; Kitcat. 
3; do. young lady; do. 

31 The portraits of their Royal 
Highnesses Prince Edward 
andPrincessAugusta; whole 
lengths. 

32 A portrait of a gentleman; 
half length. 

33 A portrait of a young lady; 
three-quarters. 

34 A portrait of a gentleman; 
three-quarters. 

1772. 45 A portrait of a lady; whole 
length. 
46 A portrait of a young gentle- 
man ; whole length. 



1770. 



1771. 



1773- 

1774- 
I77S- 

1776. 

1777- 
1778. 

1779- 
1780. 

1781. 
1782. 



1783- 
1784. 



1785- 
1786. 



34 



35 



59 



60 



43 Portraitofa gentleman; Kitcat. 

44 do. child ; three-quar- 
ters. 

45 Portrait of a gentleman ; three- 

quarters. 

A portrait of Mrs. Catherine 
Macaulay ; whole length. 

A portrait of a young lady; 
three-quarters. 

Portraits of a nobleman and 
his sons; whole lengths. 

Portraits of a lady and child; 
half length. 
61 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 
quarters. 
5S Portrait of a naval officer and 
his son; whole length. {Cap- 
tain Bent inch.) 
59 Portrait of a gentleman ; three- 
quarters. 

53 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 

54 Portrait of a boy with his kite. 

48 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 

49 do. do. 

50 Portrait of a family; half length. 

50 do. lady; three quar- 
ters. 

51 Portrait of a gendeman; three 

quarters. 
36 Portrait of a gentleman. 



108 



173 
,98 
240 
388 
143 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



do. 
do. 

do. 
lady. 

gentleman, 
do. 
do. 
223 Portraits of a family. 
242 Portrait of a gentleman. 
38 do. young gentleman. 

19 do. do. 

{Mr. Bentinck, seated on the 
ground with a dog. ) 
21 Portrait of a naval officer ; {half 

length, leaning on a table.) 
99 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

164 do. an artist. {Mr. 
Chanil'erlin.) 

165 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 

Chamberlin.) 

166 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

{Mr. Chamherlin,jun.) 

10, Bartlett's Buildings. 
50 Portrait of an artist; Kitcat. 

{Mr. Bacon, R.A.) 
45 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Kemble, sen.) 
119 Portraits of a lady and child. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



CHAMBERLIN, Mason, Junr. 

Painter. 
10, Bar (hit's Buildings. 
64. View in a park. 
i:6 Landscape. 

1 9, Great Russell Street, 

Bloomsbury. 
39 Landscape. 
61 Landscape— evening. 
115 do. morning. 

402 A view from nature. 
228 View near Tunbridge. 
230 do. Sevenoaks. 
277 Scene near Southborough, 

Kent. 
389 Landscape. 
57 View near Eastbourn. 
4iot Wood scene with gypsies. 

51, Great Russell Street. 
433 View at Shanklin Chine, in the 

Isle of Wight. 
34S View near Southampton. 
9 View of Chepstow Castle. 
3S0 do. Dover Castle. 
382 do. Chepstow Castle. 
114 View at Hampstead after sun- 
set. 
319 Chepstow Castle, Monmouth- 
shire. 
432 View in Gobble Combe, Somer- 
setshire. 
67 View at Boughwell Green, 
^ Gloucestershire. 

751 View of Steephill Cove, Isle of 

Wight. 
771 View at Bonchurch, Isle of 

^vight. 

787 Carisbrook Castle, Isle of 
Wight. 
1798. 190 View at 
Bristol. 
View at 
Bristol, 
do. 



1786. 
1787. 

1788. 
1789. 

1790. 

1791. 

1792. 
1795- 

1796. 



1797. 



227 



Kingsweston, 
Winterbourn, 



near 



311 do. do. 

1799. 322 View at Horndon, Essex. 
651 View near Guildford. 

1800. 20 Limekiln near Dorking. 

1 8 1 View near Longford, Somerset- 
shire. 

288 do. do. 

683 do. do. 

1802. 189 View near Malvern Wells. 

415 do. Worcester. 

671 View of the Severn near Wor- 
cester. 
1804. 180 View near Willsdon, with a 
distant view of Harrow. 

522 View at Westhani, Essex. 

619 View of Steephill, Isle of 
Wight. 



1805. 164 View near Reigate, Surrey. 

633 do. of the Malvern Hills from 
the neighbourhood of Eves- 
ham. 

1806. 202 View at Reigate, Surrey. 

261 A cottage at Cropthorn, Wor- 
cestershire. 

1807. 756 View of Colgarth Park, seat of 

the Bishop of Llandaff, with 
part of the lake of Winder- 
mere from the opposite side 
of the lake. 
763 View of the lake of Wyborn, 
with the summit of Skiddaw 
in the distance. 

1808. 245 View near Guildford — winter. 
273 View of Windermere from Low- 
wood. 

iSog. 12 A cottage in Worcestershire. 

494 A view near Ambleside, West- 
morland. 
Eagle House, Blandford, 

Dorset. 
1 8 10. 430 A cottage in Berkshire. 

1812. 318 A view near Durweston, near 

Blandford. 
759 A view at Durweston. 

1 8 13. 166 View at Keynstone. 
168 Composition. 

1815. 224 Landscape. 

376 View at Child Okeford, Dorset- 
shire. 

18 1 6. 233 A wood scene from nature. 
182 1. 48 View in Worcestershire. 
1826. 229 View of a mill at Chamberlain's 

Ford, near Bere Regis, 
Dorsetshire. 



CHAMBERS, Miss Alice May. 

Painter. 
17, Red Lion Square. 

1881. 1163 Cydippe. 

1882. S65 A priestess of Ceres. 
899 Nancy. 

1883. 543 An Egyptian Fellah Woman. 
1386 Mrs. Patterson. 

I a, Fulham Place, 

1889. 1463 A little out of tune. 

1890. 1180 Relentless memory. " Look in 

my face : my name is Might- 
have-been, etc." — Rossetti. 
9, Colville Road, Bayswater. 
1893. 625 During the prelude. 
1 1 80 Psyche. 



Paddington. 



CHAMBERS, Frederick Painter. 

1 9, Victoria Road, Gipsey Hill, 
1 886. 1466 A Devonshire lane. 



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CHAMBERS, George Painter. 

44, Cleveland Street. 

1828. Si Sketch on the river Medway. 

II, Wapping Wall, Shadwell. 

1829. 336 Off Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

7, Percy Street, 

Rathbone Place. 
1838. 293 Dutch vessels going out of 
harbour — Rotterdam in the 
distance. 



CHAMBERS, George Painter. 

4, Great Toiver Street. 

1850. 353 Hatch boat crossing the 

mouth of the river Thames. 

1 85 1. 169 Fishing boats waiting for the 

tide — Runswick in York- 
shire. 
417 Lord Mayor's Day. "On 
London's famous river 
bright glows the summer's 
ray, etc." 

48, Foley Street. 

1852. 950 Opening of the Great E-xhibi- 

tion, from the Serpentine. 
8, Great Newport Street. 
1854. 386 View in Amsterdam. 

26, Hmvland Street. 
1855- '337 Temple Bar. 

1857. 1025 The Bellot Memorial. "The 

last remark made by Lieu- 
tenant Bellot to the men 
who were with them was 
as follows: 'Considering it 
as my duty as an officer to 
be at the post of danger, I 
would rather die here than 
go on the shore to be 
saved.' " 
4, EarPs Wood Terrace, 

Greenwich. 

1858. 236 H. M.S. "Agamemnon" taking 

in the Atlantic Cable. 

86, Great Tower Street. 
1859- 533 Taking a pilot on board off 
the coast of Yorkshire. 

23, Coventry Street. 
i860. 143 Schooner ashore near Whitby. 
7, Devonshire Terrace. 

Kensington. 
1861. 643 Portsmouth Harbour. 



CHAMBERS, Mrs. Nora. 

Miniature Painter. 

Currabinny, Epsom. 
1900. 1435 Dr. Clement Daniel. 

9, Lansdowne Crescent, W. 
1902. 1 171 Mrs. Winifred Malan. 



CHAMBERS, Paul B Architect. 

Ship Street Chambers, 

Brighton. 

1S94. 1631 Agricultural College, Wye, 

Kent. 
1896. 1721 Additions to Wye College. 



CHAMBERS, T Architect. 

Hereford. 
1834. 916 Design for a library, etc., for a 
seaport town. 



CHAMBERS, Sir William, R.A. 

Architect. 

(Comptroller General of the ^^'orks to the 
King, architect to the Queen and to 
Her Royal Highness the Princess Dow- 
ager of Wales, and Treasurer of the 
Royal Academy.) 

Berners Street. 

1769. 15 Elevation and plan of a hunt- 

ing casine, belonging to the 
Earl of Charlemont in Ire- 
land. 

16 Ceiling of the Duchess of Buc- 

cleugh's dressing-room in 
Grosvenor Square. 

17 Ceilingof the Countess Gower's 

dressing-room at Whitehall. 

18 Elevation of one of the flanks 

of a royal palace. 

1770. 36 Plan and elevation of a villa 

near London for a person of 
distinction. 

37 A section of Earl Gower's stair- 

case at Whitehall. 

38 A ceiling at \\'ooburn Abbey. 

39 Various vases, etc., to be exe- 

cuted in ormoulu by Mr. 
Bolton for their Majesties. 
(Created Knight of the Polar Star.) 

1 771. 35 A chapel. 

36 A garden gate. 

37 A monument in a garden. 

38 Plans of the above building. 

(Knighted.) 

1772. 47 A Temple in a garden in Ire- 

land. 

1773. 46 Plan and elevation of a villa 

near London. 

47 Plan and elevation of the Earl 

of Charlemont's casine at 
Marino. 

48 A ceiling at Lord Milbourne's 

house at Piccadilly. 

1774. 33 A tripod in the gardens ol 

Blenheim. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chambers, Sir William, ^.y/. — continued. 

1775. 57 A design for the castle of 

Swartsco, the seat of Her 
Majesty the Queen Dowager 
of Sweden, near Stockholm. 
{Handsome and simple. — 
'\Valpole.) 
58 A plan of the principal floor of 
the same. 
(Comptroller of His Majesty's Board of 
Works.) 

1776. 57 Plan and elevation of a Mauso- 

leum. 

1777. 55 A bridge at Wooburn Abbey. 

CHAMBERS, William Engraver. 

42, Uniofi Road, Clapltam. 

1892. 159+ Mrs. Sheridan. After T. Gains- 

borough, R.A. 

1893. 1460 The harpist. After T. B. Ken- 

nington. 

CHAMBRULARD, J. de. See D. 

CHAMPANTE, T Painter. 

Gibraltar Street, 

St. George's Fields. 
1 80 1. 686 View on the Coast of Brittany 
— sunset. 

CHAMPION, Edward C Painter. 

816, Old Kent Road. 

1870. 835 A study. 

1873. 1037 A market scene near Diissel- 

dorf, Prussia. 
1875. 329 A sketch. 

435 The Rev. D. Nimmo. 

CHAMPION, Mrs. H Painter. 

4, Alma Terrace, Kensington. 

1871. 745 Meditation. 

1872. 74Z Baby. 

1873. '3+3 A summer ramble. 

1875. 741 Spring time. 

1876. 653 An Italian girl. 

844 Approaching footsteps. 

CHAMPION, William Scott. 

Architect. 

48, Guildford Street. 
1871. 914 Interior, Church of St. Clement, 
Worlabye, Lincolnshire. 

1873. 1191 Interior, new church at Maiden- 

head. 
1 193 Church of St. Clement, Wor- 
laby. 

1874. 1 141 Interior, Church of All Saints, 

Elsham, Lincolnshire. 
1142 Baptistery of St. Clement, Wor- 
laby. 



1875. 9?° Grammar schools, Wallingford, 

Berks. 
979 Chancel of St. Mary's, North 

Stoke. 
993 Church of St. Mary's, North 

Stoke, Oxon. 

1876. 1064 Interior of St. Peter in the 

East, O.xford. 
1074 St. Peter, Reppi-cum-Bastwick, 
Norfolk, and St. Aldhelm, 
Bishopstrowe, Wilts. 

1877. 1200 Church of St. Peter, Regent 

Square. 
1879. 1115 Design for reredos of wood, in 
the Paris E.xhibition, 1878. 

CHAMPNEYS, Amian L. 

Architect. 

Hall Oak, Frognal, 

Hampstead. 
1903. 1497 A street front. 

CHAMPNEYS, Basil Architect. 

39, Great Alarlborough Street. 

1874. 1 131 Interior, St. Peter le Bailey, 

Oxford. 
1 1 57 do. do. do. 

1875. 92S New church, Matfield, Kent. 

1877. 1137 Divinity schools, University of 

Cambridge. 

1 138 do. do. do. 

1154 New Examination schools, Ox- 
ford University. 

1878. 1038 do. do. do. 

1879. '"7 Divinity schools, Cambridge. 

19, Buckingham Street, Strand. 
1 88 1. 1 07 1 Haileybury Branksome Park, 

Bournemouth. 
1883. 1205 Harpur Trent Girls' School, 

Bedford. 

1885. 1799 Indian Institute, Oxford. 
1809 do. do. 

1 886. 1552 Bedford Grammar School. 
1620 St. Bride's Vicarage, Fleet 

Street. 
1648 Harrow School new museum, 

etc. 
1670 Wortley Vicarage, Yorkshire. 
1680 Houses at Sunningdale, etc. 
1682 do. do. 

i685 70, Ennismore Gardens. 

1887. 1692 St. Bride's Vicarage. 

1708 St. Mary Star of the Sea 

Church, Hastings. 
1710 Mansfield College, Oxford. 
1725 do. do. 

1755 do. do. 

1888. 1749 Moxley, Holmbury. 
1864 Park Mansions. 



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1889. 1826 Stonefold Church, Lancashire. 

1827 Newnham College, Cambridge. 
2011 Up-Holland Church, near Wi- 
gan. 

1890. 1760 Offices, Blue Hart Court. 
1S57 Stonehills, Hampshire. 

1 89 1. 1850 Mansfield College, Oxford. 
191 1 New College, Oxford. 

1892. 1S45 Mansfield College, O.xford. 

1893. 1507 Banacle Edge, Witley, Surrey. 
1509 Swan Buildings, E.C. 

1894. 1577 Reredos, St. Mary Star-of-the- 

Sea Church, Hastings. 

1578 Slindon Church, Eccleshall, 

Staffs. 

1579 Haslingden Vicarage, Lanca- 

shire. 

1580 Pfeiffer Building, Newnham 

College, Cambridge. 

1895. 141 9 New reredos, Manchester Ca- 

thedra!. 
1455 Manchester Cathedral. 
1532 Museum, Winchester College. 

1896. 1752 House at Heathfield, Sussex. 

1898. 1655 St. Luke's Chapel, West Hamp- 

stead. 
1757 Robinson Memorial Tower, 
New College, Oxford. 

1899. 1737 New buildings. New College, 

Oxford. 
1 90 1. 1558 House at Heathfield, Sussex. 

1903. 1655 King's Lynn Grammar School. 

1904. 1433 New library, Somerville Col- 

lege, Oxford. 

CHANCE, Mrs. W. (Julie C). 

Painter. 

Wharfenden, Fritnky, Surrey. 

1896. 1482 Study of three cats. 

1897. 1647 Studies of cats and kittens. 

1898. 1534 do. cats. 

CHANDEPIE DE BOIVIERS, J. C. 

Miniature Painter. 

7, Arunde! Street, Strand. 
1819. 727 Portrait of an old woman. 
750 do. man. 

4, Nc7ciman's Rotv, 

LincoMs Inn. 

1822. 156 Portrait of Buonaparte. 
591 A portrait. 

611 Madame de Boiviere. 
727 Portrait of a young lady. 

2 1 , Vere Street. 

1823. 747 General Sir Herbert Taylor, 

M.P. 
830 Sir Philip Carteret Silvester, 

Bart. 
851 Lady Taylor. 



1823. 854 Marchioness de Sommery. 
902 Portrait of a young lady. 

CHANDLER, A Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1825. 49- A study of the .Striped Waratah, 
Camellia Jai^onica, from 
nature. 

CHANDLER, J. W. 

Miniature Painter. 
1 1 o, Strand. 

1787. 27 Portrait of a boy. 

3S4 Portraits of four daughters of a 
gentleman at play, as Mac- 
beth and the witches. 

425 Portrait of an artist. 

I, Red Lion Square. 

1788. 21 An English boxer, (i)//-. 7)7«j,'-.) 
1 1 8 Portrait of a gentleman. 

221 Attention. 

239 Portrait of a young lady. 

Wanvick Castle. 
1791. 131 Portrait of a gentleman. 

206 do. young lady of 

quality in the character of a 
country girl. 
25S Portrait of a nobleman's son in 
the character of a shepherd's 
boy. 
{There is no initial to the last 
three, but they are presumedly 
by the same painter?) 

CHANET, Henri Painter. 

Paris. 
1883. 894 The wood-cutter's daughter. 

CHANNER, Mrs. C. Alfreda. 

Painter. 

32, Pembroke Square. 

1887. 1554 A man's head. 
1555 Catherine. 

1 888. 171S Boy playing. 

1890. 1310 Uuke of Richmond's tomb, 
Westminster Abbey. 

CHANNING, Mrs. Julia G.... Painter. 

62, Fe Howes Road, Hampsiead. 
1904. 29 On the Pegnitz, Nurnberg. 

CHANNON, MissM. E Painter. 

67, B romp ton Road. 
1865. 483 What may the text liave been? 

CHANT, James John Engraver. 

36, Hilldrop Crescent, N. W. 
1861. 952 Lord Raglan. After F. Grant, 
R.A. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chant, James John — continued. 

1862. 9S3 The Senorita. After J. B. Bur- 

gess. 

1864. 828 Lord Stradbroke. After F. 

Grant, R.A. 

1865. 852 The picture book. After 

W. C. T. Dobson, A. R.A. 
855 Mamma's birthday. After 
W. C. T. Dobson, A.R.A. 

1866. 825 Subdued not conquered. After 

T. Faed, R.A. 

1867. 946 After Work. After T. Faed, R.A. 

1868. 904 H. M. Kempshead, Esq. After 

E. N. Eddis. 
1S69. U18 In memoriam. After W. C. T. 

Dobson, A.R.A. 

Kingston Villa., Leatherhead. 
1874. 1212 " Nunc Dimittis." After 

W. C. T. Dobson, R.A. 
1228 Alms. AfterW.C.T. Dobson, 

R.A. 

The Li?nes, Epsom. 
1879. 121 8 Mrs. Langtry. After E. J. 

Poynter, R.A. 
18S0. 1308 The rose of destiny. After 

Laslett J- Pott. 
1881. 1233 "Cave Canem." After Briton 

Riviere, R.A. 
1238 Without a cloud. After Mrs. 

S. Anderson. 
1883. 1384 The last of the holidays. After 

G. D. Leslie, R.A. 
141 5 Remnants of an army. After 

Elizabeth Butler. 

CHANTRE, C Painter. 

Rosslodge, Clapton. 

1863. 342 Fruit. 

CHANTRELL, R. D Architect. 

7, Crown Road, 

Ne'tvington Butts. 
857 Design for a cenotaph. 
834 do. church. 

887 do. public library. 

Lower Kennington Green. 
706 Design for a villa. 



1S12. 
1813. 



i»i4. 



CHANTREY, Sir Francis Legatt, 

R.A., F.E.S., F.S.A Sculptor. 

7, Chapel St. JVest, Mavfair. 

1804. 837 D. Wale, Esq. 

22, Vi}ie Street, Piccadilly. 

1805. 737 Bust of a gentleman. 

739 do. W. Younge, Esq., 
M.D., etc. 

779 Bust of Rev. J. Wilkinson, late 
Vicar of Sheffield and Pre- 
bendary of Ripon. 



12, Charles Street, St. James's. 
1806. 883 Bust of J. Bigland, Esq., author 
of essays on various subjects. 
24, Curzon Street, May/air. 
1S08. 902 Bust of Satan. 
i8og. 789 do. the late Admiral Earl 
Howe. 
859 Bust of the late Admiral Lord 
Duncan; modelled for the 
Royal Naval Asylum, Green- 
wich. 
864 Bust of Earl St. Vincent. 

13, Eccleston Street, Pimlico. 
iSio. 721 Bust of Mr. Cumfield. 

730 Design for a monument. 

731 Bust of the late Mr. Pitt, exe- 

cuted for the Trinity House. 
894 Colossean bust of a nobleman. 

181 1. 902 Bust of W. Baker, Esq. 
936 do. J. R. Smith, Esq. 

939 do. Admiral Sir J. T. 

Duckworth, K.B. 
945 Bust of J. H. Tooke, Esq. 

947 do. B. West, Esq., R.A., 
President of the Royal 
Academy. 

950 Bust of Sir F. Burdett. 

181 2. 893 do. Col. Gordon, Quarter- 

master-General. 
S94 Bust of T. Johnes, Esq., M.P. 

897 do. Admiral Sir J. Duck- 
worth. 

898 Bust of the Rt. Hon. J. P. 

Curran, Master of the Rolls, 
Ireland. 

926 Bust of Robert Ashby, Esq. 

927 do. T. Stothard, Esq., R.A. 
932 do. J.Northcote,Esq.,R.A. 
898 do. P. Denys, Esq. 
S99 do. the late Robert Blair, 

Lord President of the Court 
of Session, Edinburgh. 

927 Bust of Lady Gertrude Sloane. 

928 do. W. Sharp, engraver and 
member of the Academy of 
Vienna. 

Bust of Mrs. W. Baker. 
H. Cline, Esq. 
W. Baker, Esq. 
Professor Playfair. 
the King. 
T. Brown, Esq. 
J. Watt, Esq. 
Mrs. Machonochie, 
Edinburgh. 
935 Bust of Sir E. Home, Bart. 

948 do. T. Tomkins, Esq. 

949 do. Earl St. Vincent. 
952 do. the Marquis of Angle- 
sea. 



1813. 





931 J 


bust 




934 


do. 




936 


do. 


I8I4. 


782 


do. 




794 


do. 




795 


do. 


iSis. 


886 


do. 


I8I6. 


93' 


do. 



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1816. 953 

960 

1S17. 1029 



1038 

1043 
1046 
io;i 

1052 

1059 
1061 



1818. 1071 

1072 
1073 

1818. 1075 

1103 

1 104 
1105 
II 16 

1819. 1181 

1204 

1214 

1215 

1216 
1220 



1520. 1029 
1041 



1043 
1044 



Bust of the Rt. Hon. Sir J. 
Banks, Bart., K.G.C.B. 

Bust of Sir W. Blizard. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

Monument to be placed in 
Litchfield Cathedral in 
memory of two only children. 
" O fairest flowers, no sooner 
blown than blasted." — Mil- 
toti. 

Bust of J. Nollekens, Esq., 
R.A. 

Bust of the late J. Clarke, M.D. 
do. H. Bone, Esq., R.A. 
do. the Rt. Hon. the Lord 
Chief Baron of Scotland. 

Bust of the Rt. Hon. J. Hook- 
ham Frere. 

Bust of S. Shore, Esq. 

do. E. Bird, Esq., R.A. 
(Elected R.A.) 

Belgrave Place, Pimlico. 

Bust of the late Mr. Fox 
Townshend. 

Bust of John Rennie, Esq. 
do. Joseph Nollekens, Esq., 
R.A. 

Bust of the late Francis Hor- 
ner, Esq., M.P. 

Bust of Sir H. C. Englefield, 
Bart. 

Bust of B. West, Esq., P.R.A. 
do. Sir J. Banks, Bart. 

Statue of the late Lady Louisa 
Russell. 

Statue of the late Dr. Anderson, 
to be erected in Madras. 

Bust of Edward Johnstone, 
Esq. 

Bust of the late David Pike 
Watts, Esq. 

Bust of William Manning, Esq., 
M.P. 

Bust of Earl Spencer, 
do. the Rt. Hon. George 
Canning, M.P. 

Bust of Rear-Admiral Sir Ed- 
ward Codrington, K.C.B. 

Bust of Sir Benjamin Hob- 
house, Bart., late President 
of the West of England So- 
ciety for the Promotion of 
Agriculture, etc., to be 
placed in their room at Bath. 

Bust of G. Phillips, Esq., M.P. 
do. Capt. Sir W. Bolton, 
R.N. 

Bust of Sir Arch. Macdonald. 
do. Geo. Watson Taylor, 
Esq. 



1820. 1046 Bust of the Rt. Hon. Charles 

Long, M.P. 

1047 Bust of Lady Nugent. 

104S do. J. Fuller, Esq. 

1062 A sleeping child. 

(Elected F.R..S. and F.S.A.) 

1821. 1126 Bust of the Hon. Walter Char- 

teris. 
1128 Bust of Thomas Phillips, Esq., 
R.A. 

1 131 Bust of a gentleman. 

1132 do. the Marquis of Lon- 
donderry. 

1133 Bust of Sir Walter Scott., Bart. 
113+ do. W. Wordsworth, E.sq. 

1 1 36 do. the Bishop of Roches- 
ter. {Walter King.) 

1 1 39 Bust of Sir A. S. Hammond, 
Bart. 

1822. 988 Bust of His Majesty. 

1824. 1006 Statue of the late Dr. Cyril 
Jackson, Dean of Christ 
Church, to be placed in the 
cathedral, a monument 
erected by subscription 
among the members of the 
college over which he pre- 
sided for twenty-si.x years. 

1008 Statue of the late Countess of 
Liverpool. 

loio Statue of the late James Watt. 

101 1 Bust of the Duke of Wellington. 

1826. 1067 Model for a bronze statue of 

the Rt. Hon. Henry Grattan, 
to be erected in Dublin. 
107 1 Statue of George Washington, 
to be erected in Boston, 
North America. 

1827. 1123 Statue of the late Rt. Hon. Sir 

Joseph Banks, Bart., G.C.B. 
1126 Statue of the late Stephen Bab- 
ington, Esq., to be erected 
in Bombay. 

1828. 1 170 Bust of Sir William Curtis, 

Bart. 

1829. 1198 Statue of Sir Edward Hyde 

East, Bart., to be erected in 
the Court House, Calcutta. 
1203 Bust of the Marquess of Staf- 
ford. 

1217 The parting of Hector and 

Andromache. "The glitter- 
ing terrors from his brows 
unbound, etc." 

1 21 8 Penelope with the bow of 

Ulysses. "Across her knees 
she laid the well-known bow, 
etc." 

1830. 1241 Bust of Tohn Soane, Esq., 

R.A. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chantrey, Sir Francis Legatt, J?.A., 
J-'.Ji.S., F.S.A.--a>nli;iuid. 

1830. 12-0 A monument representing 

Bishop Hober blessing two 
Hindoos. 
(Sculptor-in-ordinary to His Majesty.) 

1831. 1190 Bust of His Majesty. 

i2i8 do. H.R.H. the Duke of 
Sussex. 

1832. 1 171 Statue, in marble, of the Rt. 

Hon. George Canning. Ex- 
ecuted, by subscription, for 
his friends and admirers in 
Liverpool, and to be erected 
in the Town Hall. 
1833- "76 Bust of the Princess Louisa of 
Saxe \\'eimar. 
1 177 Statue of the Hon. Mount- 
stuart Elphinstone, for Bom- 
bay. 

(Knighted.) 
1837. 1161 Marble statue of Sir John Mal- 
colm, G.C.B., for West- 
minster Abbey. 
U62 Marble statue of John Dalton, 
D.C.L., Manchester. 
Marble bust of Dr. Robert 

Southey, Poet Laureate. 
Marble bust of Mrs. Somer- 
ville, for the Royal Society. 
12S5 Marble bust of Sir Jeffrey Wy- 

atville, R.A. 
1286 Marble bust of Horace Hay- 
man Wilson, Esq., Boden 
Professor of Sanscrit in the 
University of Oxford. 

Eccksfon Street. 
1840. 1070 Bust imiiarble of Her Majesty 
Queen Victoria. 
107 1 Statue in marble of William 
Roscoe, Esq., of Liver- 
pool. 
Statue in marble of James 

Northcote, R.A. 
Bust in marble of Sir Thomas 
Munro, from which the head 
of a colossal statue was made 
for Madras. 

198 Bust in marble of the Rev. Dr. 
Mill, late Principal of 
Bishop's College, and Vice- 
President of the Asiatic So- 
ciety of Bengal. For the 
Asiatic Society, Calcutta. 

199 Bust in marble of Sir Charles 
M. Clarke, Bart., M.D. 

200 Bust in marble of Sir Charles 
Forbes, Bart., from which a 
public statue is executing 
for Bombay. 



1271 



1272 



1074 



1 190 



1841. \%\% Statue of Henry Bathurst,D.D., 

late Bishop of Norwich, for 
Norwich Cathedral. 
1S41. 1251 Statue of Hon. Henry Rider, 
D.D., late Bishop of Lich- 
field and Coventry for Lich- 
field Cathedral. 

1325 Bust of Joseph Neeld, Esq., 
M.P. 

1327 Bust of James Dunlop, Esq. 
(The late.) 

1842. 1304 Statue in marble of Sir Charles 

Forbes, Bart., commissioned 
by the native merchants of 
Bombay. 
1409 Marble bust of James Morri- 
son, Esq., M.P. 

CHANTRY, N Painter. 

25, Great Queen Street, 

Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
1797. 1036 Portrait of a gentleman; minia- 
ture. 
1037 A portrait; miniature. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1808. 198 Portrait of a lady as a peasant. 

1809. 251 A Spanish lover composing a 

sonnet to his mistress. 
723 Portrait of an amateur. 

1810. 30 do. a gentleman. 

2, Swaiiozv St., O.x/ord Street. 

1813. 733 Portrait of a gentleman. 
738 do. lady. 

1814. 375 Infancy; a portrait of his son. 
627 Portrait of a lady. 

1 81 5. 105 Mr. G. Stanley. 

1816. 511 The kitchen table. 

18 19. 25 A hawk painted from nature. 

1820. 69 Portrait of an artist. 

182 1. 308 Studies from nature. 

1822. 429 A green woodpecker, etc., etc., 

from nature. 
1S23. 64 Portrait of a gentleman de- 
ceased. 

1824. 481 Studies from nature. 

1825. 315 Portrait of his son. 

1826. 123 A spaniel's head. 

1828. 40 Game and still life. 

1829. 206 Coast scene. 

320, 0.xford Street. 

1 83 1. 526 Studies from nature. 

1832. 554 Flowers from nature. 

1833. 131 Fruit. 

1835. 291 Groupe of birds. 

1836. 443 Scene on the beach. Worthing. 

CHANTRY, R Architect. 

63, Berwick Street, Soho. 
1793. 6-1 View of a cottage designed by 
J. Wyatt. 



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CHAPLIN, Charles Painter. 

Rue lits Marrais, 

1 9, Faubourg St. Germain, 
Paris. 

1849. i;;; A peasant of Auvcigiic. 



CHAPLIN, Henry 


Painter. 




79, High Street, 


]Vorcester. 


1855- 


275 The substitute for a 
558 Autumnal gleanings 


melon. 


.856. 


;; The mossy nook. 
244 A bit from nature. 




1857- 


523 A few plums, etc. 




1859. 


28 Plums, etc. 
264 Fruit. 




1861. 


352 Peach and grapes. 




1862. 


234 Fruit. 

366 Early spring. 





23, Cumberland Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1794. 666 Design for a Gothic tower. 



CHAPLIN, Miss Adrienne L. 

Miniature Painter. 
Beecliwood, Deal, Kent. 
1904. 116S Mildred, daughter of W. Sloane 
Stanley, Esq. 



CHAPLIN, Miss Alice M. Sculptor. 

1 2, Sydney Street. 
18S0. 1617 Study of an elephant; statuette, 
terra-cotta. 
1624 Feline wrestlers; group, terra- 
cotta. 
4a, Queen^s Road West, 

Chelsea. 

1882. 1634 "Flora," collie belonging to 

H.M. the Queen. Executed 
for Her Majesty the Queen ; 
bronze. 
12, Sydney Street, Chelsea. 

1883. 1686 Study of an Arab mare; statu- 

ette, bronze. 

454a, Fiilham Studios. 

1884. 1739 Kassasseen; model for a silver 

cup to be presented to the 
I St Life Guards. 

1821 Creature comforts ; group, 
terra-cotta. 

1829 "A bird in the hand"; terra- 
cotta. 

1885. 2040 Snaffling and snarling. 

1886. 1767 Lioness and cub; group. ■ Q.Yi.Pi91fi.K^, C. W Painter. 

50, Lillie Road. \ Hope Cottage, Kentish Toivn. 

1888. 2057 "A little too much of a joke"; | 1S29. 571 Flowers, 
group, terra-cotta. I 

i.'^i^, Fulham Road. \ CHAPMAN, Ernest J. 



CHAPMAN, Miss Anne H. 

Miniature Painter. 

Walpule House, St. Margaret's, 
Middlesex. 
1897. 1436 Lois. 

CHAPMAN, Mrs. Catherine J. 

Painter. 

3, Springdalc, Chfshunt, Herts. 
1894. 699 Chrysanthemums. 

CHAPMAN, Charles. 

Crayon Painter. 

At Mr. Bowen's, 

opposite the Haymarket. 
iTj6. 5o Four small portraits in chalk. 



1890. 198S Portrait of a dog. 

1892. 1950 Study of a cat rolling. 

1984 Tit bits; statuette, terra-cotta. 
186, Maryklione Road. 

1893. 1738 " Basco," pug dog belonging 

to H.M the Queen. 
1819 Two Spanish bullocks belong- 
ing to H.M. the Queen; 
group, bronze. 

1 38, Marylebone Road. 

1894. 1759 Mons. J. J. Paderewski; relief. 
1789 A little worry; group. 

Eyot Cottage, Chisivick Mall. 
1896. 1904 The toilet. 



CHAPLIN, Mrs. Annie Painter. 

I o, EarPs Court Square. 
1883. 205 An Arab girl. 



Stained Glass Painter. 

6, Red Lion Square. 
1892. 1667 Design for painted glass. 

CHAPMAN, Miss Florence E. 

Painter. 

28, Penywern Road, 

Earl's Court. 
1901. 958 The Horse. 

CHAPMAN, George R Painter. 

3rt, Hyde Park Place. 
1863. 42 Miss L. P. 

95, IVigmore Street. 
1870. 301 Mrs. Fairlie Cunningham. 

30, York Place. 

1873. 422 Mrs. PVederick Ma.xse. 

22 a, Dorset Street. 

1874. 1049 Miss Helen C. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



CHAPMAN, H. Ascough... Architect. 

rniddttial Buildings, 

Park Jiotv, Leeds. 
1902. 1481 Public Library and baths, 
Leeds. 

CHAPMAN, John Painter. 

At the Ro\al Academy, 

Pall Mall. 
1775. 6i South-east view of Southwell 
Minster in the county of 
Nottingham. 
6; The entrance into the chapter 
house of ditto; drawings. 
At the late Ro\al Academy, 

Pall 'Mall. 

1778. 51 A view of the Royal E.xchange 

in Cornhill, the figures by 

P. J. De Loutherbourgh. 

5 J Inside of ditto, figures by ditto. 

CHAPMAN, J Painter. 

9, Wells Street, O.xford Street. 
1S19. 631 The favourite china broken. 

4, Park Road, Clapham. 
1836. 178 John the Baptist. 

CHAPMAN, J Painter. 

12, Sussex Place, Slough. 
'855. 371 Preparing for a drive. 

CHAPMAN, John Watkins. 

Painter and Engraver. 
6, Great Russell Street. 

1853. 252 A Christmas present. 
591 A brace of partridges. 

1854. 941 do. grouse. 

974 do. wood pigeons. 

1855. 290 Dead snipe. 

5S5 The dying heron. 
1025 The disturbed falcon. 

72, Orchard Street. 

1856. 196 Dead pheasant. 
1858. 426 A brace of partridges. 
i860. 386 "Spell battledore." 

1 86 1. 368 The mischievous model. 

1862. 91 A Spanish study. 

1863. no Alice, the miller's daughter. 

Vide Tennyson. 
207 Evangeline. 
237 Preciosa. 

7, St. Philip's Terrace, 



1867. 190 La cocarde tricolore. 

1868. 54 A sunny corner. 
228 A study. 

1869. 345 Waiting. 

1870. 907 A Cornish fishwife. 

1871. 554 The haymaker. 

1872. 645 The portfolio. 



Kensington. 



■873- 
1874. 



1878. 
1879. 
1881. 
1885. 



1897. 



1903. 



1013 Searching for proof. 
888 Watching and waiting. 
1422 A dilemma. 

53, Warivick Road, 

Kensington. 
1307 Wooed but not won. 
601 Japanese chrysanthemums. 
359 Donna Julia. 
845 The print collector. 
677 Little Nell and her grandfather, 

etc. 
829 After Waterloo. 
1722 The fortune-teller. After Sir 
J. Reynolds; engraving. 

Erroll, Sutton, Surrey. 
141 3 Miss Beresford. After J. Hopp- 
ner, R.A. 



CHAPMAN, Miss Louisa G. 

Painter. 

62, South Street. 

1903. 1S2 Peonies. 

1904. 85 Chrysanthemums. 

CHAPMAN, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1815. 523 A group of evergreens from 

nature. 

1816. 546 Flowers from nature. 

18 1 7. 743 Spring flowers do. 

1818. 565 Basket of flowers do. 

1 82 1. 609 Flowers do. 

1822. 532 do. do. 

1825. 503 do. do. 

1826. 510 Strelitza Regina. 

CHAPMAN, R Architect. 

At Mr. Good's, 

75, Haiton Garden. 
1825. 972 Perspective view of a design 
for a chapel. 

CHAPMAN, R. Hamilton ... Painter. 

The Cottage, Woodlands, 

near Leatherhead. 
1886. 514 Rye: looking towards the har- 
bour. 
2, Park View, Giggs Hill, 

Thames Ditton. 

1889. 708 " The orange tints that gild the 

greenest bough " — Oxshott 
Common, Surrey. 
875 The black pond at Esher. 

1890. 154 "But never could I tune my 

reed so sweet. As when upon 
the ocean shore." 

1 891. 74 The stack yard, Thames 

Ditton. 
334 Oxshott Common, Surrey. 



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iSgi. -+i " Cllad Summer, fare thee 
well " ; the " black pond " at 
Esher. 

1, Abbey Gardens, Wldtehall, 

SJimvsbury, 
1895. v9 " Sweet is the time of spring." 
27, Baton m Gardens, 

I Vest Kensington. 
1897. 1032 Ploughing in Essex. 

5, Drayton Rd., West Ealing. 
1903. 996 Sunset after storm. 

CHAPMAN, R. W Painter. 

2, Edivards Place, 

Langliavi Place. 

1855. 964 "At length the tumult sinks, 

the noises cease, etc." 

1 14, Neic Bond Street. 

1856. i55 The Lollard discovered. "In 

the year 1408 in a convoca- 
tion held at Oxford by Arch- 
bishop Arundel, it was de- 
creed by a constitution, 
etc." 

CHAPMAN, W Painter. 

4, Cumberland Place, Chelsea. 
1820. 91 Boys leaving school. 

410 The late King relieving a dis- 
tressed family in the neigh- 
bourhood of Windsor. 

CHAPMAN, William Engraver. 

6, Southampton Street. 
1866. S33 Westminster palace and abbey. 
After Henry Dawson. 

35, Union Terrace, York. 
1869. 1087 Tynemouth Pier. After A. W. 
Hunt. 

CHAPPEL, Edouard Painter. 

Villa des Arts, 

24, Gunter Grove. 
1892. 998 Fruits et melons. 

1895. 456 Water lilies. 

1896. 316 Lioness and Python. 

987 Mount Edgcumbe Park : to- 
wards evening. 

1897. 589 Primrose gathering: Mount 

Edgcumbe, Cornwall. 
1903. 306 Autumn. 

CHAPPELL, G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor ) 
1804. 430 Portrait of the Rev. E Robson. 

CHAPPELL, William Painter. 

2 1 9, Stanhope Street. 
1877. 433 A Bavarian school-girl. 



CHAPPELSMITH, J Painter. 

6, Smith .Square, Westminster. 
1842. 739 G. F. Knox, Esq., Westminster 
Hospital. 
765 George Cutchctt, Esq. 

CHARBONNIER, Theodore. 

Sculptor. 
Barbican, Barnstable, 

N. Devon. 
1894. 1771 Head of an .'\rab boy; bronze. 

CHARDINI, P. J Sculptor. 

8, Percy Street. 

1842. 1343 Bust of H.M. the King of 

Holland; taken from life. 
1391 Medallion of Lablanche. 

1 4, Cleveland .Street. 

1843. 1437 Bust in marble of Juno. 

1479 do. do. Innocence. 
i486 Equestrian statue of Her 

Majesty. 
1495 Equestrian statue of H.R.H. 

Prince Albert. 
1506 Bust of His Grace the Duke of 

Wellington. 

CHARLES, James Painter. 

2, Jubilee Cottages, Chelsea. 
1879. 914 A Hampshire nook. 

48, Glebe Place. 

1882. 202 The old bridge. 
450 Darby and Joan. 
600 Washing day. 

1883. 62 Our eldest. 

525 Mrs. Tom Mitchell. 
527 First steps: a scene in Leices- 
tershire. 
54, St. Maur's Road, Fulliam. 

1884. S76 Mrs. Rufus Mitchell. 

1885. 527 A critical audience. 

CHARLES, John Painter. 

15, Halsey Street. 

1875. 406 Italian youth in armour. 

1876. 97 Before the dance. 
474 R. Charles, Esq. 
603 L'Equestrienne. 

1285 Norwegian peasant girl. 

33, Robert Street, Clielsea. 

1877. 181 Victor, son of Lord and Lady 

Edward Cavendish. 
423 Harriette. 
920 The children of T. Gregory, 

Esq. 
2, Jubilee Cottages, Chelsea. 

1878. 432 Henry C. K. Stileman, young- 

est son of F. C. Stileman, 
Esq. 



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Charles 

1878. 

1880. 
1S81. 



1887. 
1888. 



1889. 
1890. 

1891. 
1892. 



1893. 
1894. 
1895. 

1896. 

1897. 



1898. 

1899. 

1 900. 

1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 



John — coitlinued. 
1026 Our poor. "Cast me not off 

in the time of old age, etc." 
417 Her ciiildren's children. 

48, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 
587 The best of friends. 
911 " Come along, Casar! " 
936 In disgrace. 
990 The village coquettes. 

Hartitix, Petersfield. 
684 Christening Sunday. 
747 Henry Mason, Esq. 
794 John Maddocks, Esq. 
Colnor House, Bosham, 

Chichester. 
594 The Pilot. 
697 Little thieves. 
725 The skipper. 

s The pilgrim's progress. 
246 Mrs. Benjamin Smith. 
253 Benjamin Smith, Esq. 
509 The millstreani. 
674 An idle hour. 
S69 Mrs. Sugden. 
509 In summer time. 
408 Signing the marriage register. 

East Ashling House, Chichester. 
221 "In spring time, etc." 
256 Jealousy. 
184 Stolen Fruit. 
228 The wedding gown; sixty years 

ago. 
656 After a hot day. 
948 Minding the cherries. 
483 The gamekeeper's boy. 
162 The evening hour. 
894 Mrs. Alfred lUingworth. 
61S Village "Life. 
1053 Gathering blackberries. 
824 Joyous summer. 
668 A Sussex Village. 
79 The village politician. 
572 Out of repair. 



CHARLES, Mrs. R. C. (afterwards 

Mrs. F. G. Stephens) Painter. 

93, Lupus Street. 
1865. 671 Isabel. 

CHARLESWORTH, Miss Alice. 

Painter. 

Mitfield Court, Surrey. 

1896. 1278 Aurelia. 

1897. 1146 Alice Maude, daughter of Owen 

S. Tudor, Esq. 
1232 Margaret Rebecca, daughter of 
Y. T. Charlesworth, Esq. 
1900. 1266 Edward, son of E. M. Bovill, 
Esq. 



1900. 1285 Violet, daughter of E. M. Bo- 

vill, Esq. 

1901. 1242 Margaret Rebecca, daughter of 

Jesse T. Charlesworth, Esq. 
1903. 1022 Jessie Cecile, daughter of J. I. 
Charlesworth, Esq. 



CHARLET, Nicolas Toussaint. 

Painter. 

Paris, and 6, Lisle Street. 
1834 200 L'ivrogne. 



CHARLTON, Miss Catherine. 

Painter. 

1 2, Osnaburgh Street. 
1878. 847 A Devonshire Cottage, Chel- 
ston, Torquay. 

27, Cliarlotte Street. 
1880. 435 House of Sir William Fitz- 
william, 1530. 
979 "Where the sea and river 
meet." 
{See Mrs. Edward Bearne.) 



CHARLTON, Edward W. .. Etcher. 

Springfield, Ringwood, Hants. 

1 89 1. 1573 The old harbour. 

1892. 1469 Southampton. 

1542 Repairing the coast road. 
1894. 1409 A Waterway, Canterbury. 
1896. 1459 The farmer's daughter. 

1477 In summer time. 
i8g8. 1585 Home from the trawling 
grounds. 
Hilden, Boldre, Lymingion, 

Hants. 
1904. 1327 Much merchandise. 

1328 The town quay, Southamp- 
ton. 



CHARLTON, John, i?.^.^. ..Painter. 

15, Grey Street, 

Newcastle-on- Tyne. 

1870. 456 Harrowing. 

187 1. 478 A contrast. 

1089 Master's door: dogs. 

8, St. '\[ar)<'s Place, Nnccastle 

1872. 226 A winter's day: the hall fire. 

{This is entered in the cata- 
logue in error to J. Carter.') 
1873- 563 Exercising artillery horses on a 
frosty morning. 

5, Osnaburgh Street. 
1874. 3 '9 The road from the ford. 
969 A lament. 
1357 More free than welcome. 



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1875- 

1876. 
1877. 

1878. 

1879. 



607 



413 



1881. 



188: 
1881 



i77 

129 
234 

1482 



8, Si. Mary's Place, 

Neti'castk-on- Tyne. 
S67 A\'ood scene in January. 

6, Fitzroy Square. 
9+- Out in tlie cold. 
304 Tlie Huntsman's Courtship. 
4SS Rescue. 

"Gone away!" a "find" with 

the Pytchley hounds. 
The death; recollection of a 
kill with the Pytchley 
hounds. 
1029 Viewed away. Presented to 
John Harvey, Esq., on his 
retiring from the master- 
ship of the South Durham 
foxhounds by members of 
the hunt and other friends. 
1S80. 116 The stag at Bay. "To face 
his foes the champion stood, 
etc." 
" Full cry ! " 

7, Victoria Road, Kensington. 
The reward. 

" Sent on foreign service." 
A hot scent. 

British artillery entering the 
enemy's lines at Tel-el-Kebir, 
13th September, 1882. 
" Here to our joy we found 
a corner in the line where a 
lot of troops had scrambled 
up, and where the ditch, 4 
feet deep elsewhere, was not 
quite so deep; we galloped 
the left gun at it, and it went 
into the ditch with a bump. 
The horses got over the 
parapet on the other side." 
Fortune's favourites. 
Portraits. 

" Good friends and full of ex- 
pectation." — Henry IV. 

1 1 , Grove End Road. 
1 88 5. 157 Sir Nathaniel M. de Roth- 
schild, Bart., M.P. 
1080 Lord Tredegar. Presented to 
him by his friends and 
gentlemen hunting with the 
Tredegar foxhounds. 
The death of the fox. 
Viscount Ebrington. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 
Bad news from the front. 
Sir Humphrey F. de Trafford, 
Bart. 
1090 After the charge : 17th Lancers, 
Ulundi, July 4, 1879. 
302 Andrew Knowlcs, Esq.; painted 
with S. Sidley. 



1884. 



•53 
289 
660 



1886. 
1887. 

1888. 



1889. 



1022 
1 80 

408 
422 



1889. 



1891. 
1892. 



1893. 
1894. 



458 Incident in the charge of the 
Light Brigade, Balaclava, 
25th October, 1854. "Lord 
George Paget leading the 
4th Light Dragoons' second 
line in the charge, met the 
riderless horses from the first 
line, and they turned and 
charged abreast of him." 
Rowsley House, 

Holland Park Road, W. 
1890. 751 " The music of the eager pack." 
22, West Cromwell Road. 

22S Portraits. 

237 The Royal Procession passing 
Trafalgar Square on the way 
from Buckingham Palace to 
the service in Westminster 
Abbey in celebration of the 
Jubilee of Her Majesty the 
Queen, Tuesday, 21st June, 
1887. Painted for H.M. the 
Queen. 

1 1 , Grove End Road. 

532 Placing the guns. 

475 After the battle : Sedan. "The 
horses! the horses! . . . 
These were the mounts 
which had lost their riders 
in the fight . . . and now, 
when hunger pricked them 
like a spur, they started off 
all together at a mad gallop, 
and charged across the 
blank, silent country, crush- 
ing the dead, and finishing 
off the wounded." — Emile 
Zola, " The Dowtifall." 

898 The Hon. F. C. Morgan, 

M.P. 
37 Besieged. 

310 Colonel John A. Cowen. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

646 A shire stallion. 

6, William Street, Albert Gate. 

440 Comrades. 
1036 Lord Tredegar. 

406 John Lawrence, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

884 The Earl and ("ountess of Har- 
rington; painted with A. S. 
Cope. 
' God save the Queen ! " 
Painted by command of 
H.M. the' Queen. "Her 
Majesty the Queen arriving 
at St. Paul's Cathedral on 
the occasion of her Diamond 
Jubilee Thanksgiving Ser- 
vice, June 22, 1897." 



1895. 

1896. 
1897. 
1898. 



1899. 273 



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Charlton, John, R.B.A. — continued. 

1900. y>o Routed: Boers retreating. 

1901. 253 2iul February, 1901. 

1902. 699 In nienioriam. "Queen Vic- 

toria passing down St. 
James's Street on her way 
to the Thanksgiving Service 
at St. Paul's Cathedral in 
celebration of the sixtieth 
year of her reign, June 22, 
1897." 

1903. 136 Rossbach. "Seidlitz had, 

without being perceived, 
already outflanked them, and 
suddenly halting his valiant 
squadrons on a height, took 
advantage of a favourable 
moment and made a general 
charge, without waiting for 
the infantry." 

1904. 201 Mrs. J. E. Rogerson. 

499 Abandoned. "During the 
Peninsular war, the British 
fleet, in conveying Spanish 
troops from Jutland back to 
Spain, were compelled to 
abandon the horses on the 
seashore. When liberated 
they formed into squadrons 
and charged each other with 
loud cries, and when last 
seen from the ships were 
fighting on the beach." 



CHARLTON, Mrs. John (Edith M.) 
Miniature Painter. 
Hewehfield, The Grange, 

Giinnersbury, ]V. 

1894. 1253 My Lady Marjorie. 

1895. 1142 " Tiddlewinks," daughter of 

James Parsons, Esq. 
11S6 Winnie, daughter of Arthur 
Haxell, Esq. 

1898. 1273 Little Wideawake, daughter of 

David Bidmead, Esq. 
i3i;o Joe, daughter of T. Sadler, Esq. 

1899. 1313 Rita,daughterof Percy Barlow, 

Esq. 
1334 Joan, daughter of Sir John 
Evans, K.C.B. 

1900. 1462 Catherine, daughter of James 

Buchanan, Esq. 
147' Lady Blanche Somerset, eldest 
daughter of the Duke of 
Beaufort. 
22, Avonmnre Rd., Kensington. 

1901. 1351 The Duchess of Beaufort. 

1356 Enid, daughter of Dr. Scanes- 
Spicer. 



CHARLTON, Miss Louisa... Painter. 

10, Stake Road, She/ ton, 

Sloke-on- Trent. 
1897. U98 Iceland poppies. 

CHARLTON, W. H Painter. 

Cai/sey House, Gosforth, 

Neivcastle-on- Tyne. 
1889. 650 An old farm, Onstead. 
1 89 1. 263 The carrier's house, Runswick, 
Yorkshire. 



CHARRETIE, Mrs. John (formerly 
Miss Anna Maria Kenwell). 

Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1842. 64S Flowers. 

2, Southampton Street, 

Fitsroy Square. 

1843. 676 Flowers. 

1847. 735 Captain Charretie. 

Hornton Cottage, Kensington. 
1852. 803 Emily. 

805 Sara. 
'853. 736 The young Neapolitan mother. 

1854. 651 A portrait. 

1855. 765 Madrid. 

1856. 677 Adelaide. 

1857. 789 "A child no more, a maiden 

now, etc." 

1858. 734 Mrs. Thomas Laurence Read 

and child. 

1859. 711 At the Royal Opera, Covent 

Garden, F"ebruary, 1859. 
i860. 887 Blanche, daughter of Lord 
Charles Beauclerk. 

1861. 823 Mr. Augustus Bird. 

1862. 759 Flowers. 

1863. S26 Florence, daughter of Joseph 

Anderson, Esq. 
830 Heartsease. 

1864. 737 Adina. 

1865. 745 Baby. 

1866. 630 Little Trot. 

1867. 581 Mrs. F. Power. 
820 My new toy. 

1868. 349 Jeanetta, daughter of Lord 

Amelius Beauclerk. 

1869. 641 "Women are armed with fans 

as men with swords, and 
sometimes do more execu- 
tion with them." — Spectator. 
1045 "Childhood! happiest stage of 
life, Free from care and free 
from s\.'c\{Q.."—John Scott. 

1870. 291 "Of what age is she? as a rose 

at fairest, neither a bud nor 
blown." 
592 A stone in her shoe. 



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1340 


1874. 


600 




849 


1875- 


532 



1870. 694 Beta, daughter of the late A. 
Clay, Esq. 

1871. 227 Portrait of a gentleman. 
439 " Clarinda had just returned 

from the sale, etc." 
636 Lady Teazle behind the screen, 

etc. 
1004 Un Souvenir. 

1872. S41 Expectation. 
978 Lady Betty Germaine: a re- 
miniscence of Knovvle. 

1364 Baby. 
1S73. 609 Lady Betty's waiting-woman. 
" In the last century the 
waiting-woman was generally 
a poor relation, who combed 
the lapdogs, washed the 
china, and sometimes wore 
her mistress's cast - off 
clothes." 

" Beneath a summer tree as she 
sits, her reverie has a charm." 

Lady Betty goes shopping. 
" Pausing, uncertain which 
gay toy to choose." 

" What does my silent flatterer 
say. Shall pink or yellow 
win the day? " 

"O! bless'd with temper whose 
unclouded ray Can make to- 
morrow cheerful as to-day, 
etc." 

CHARSLEY, Miss Matilda. 

Sculptor. 

Beaconsfield, Bucks. 

1867. 1098 A Blenheim's head j medallion, 

terra-cotta. 
1169 Ivy, with bird catching a fly; 
medallion, terra-cotta. 

1868. 1043 Hawk and sparrow. 
1183 Scotch terrier's head. 
1 186 Wagtail and foliage. 

CHARTRAN, Theobald. 

Miniature Painter. 

25, Bedford Street, Strand. 
1 88 1. 370 Thomas Gibson Bowles, Esq. 
516 Mrs. Charles Waring. 

Paris. 
1883. 1264 Geoffrey, I children of 

1265 George, , T. Gibson Bowles, 

1266 Sydney, I Esq. 

CHASE, Frank M Painter. 

13, Edwardes Square, 

Kensington. 
1875- 333 Dock Quay, Looe, Cornwall. 

115, Holland Road. 
1878. 833 A study. 
II. 



1882. 


89S Feeding chickens. 




29, Sinclair Road, 




West Kensington. 


1886. 


1192 Early spring. 


1888. 


41 On the Llugwy. 


1890. 


261 The Thames at Marlow. 




1316 Pont-y-Pair. 




120, Holland Road. 


1894. 


229 Le Pierrot rose. 


1895. 


375 San Miniato, Florence. 


CHASE, G Miniature Painter. 



391, Strand. 

1797. 401 Portrait of an officer. 
527 do. a lady. 

1799. 422 Sir John Johnson. 

1800. 692 A Persian. 

1 80 1. 700 Mr. Yates. 

1802. 3S2 Mr. Campbell. 

1803. 413 Miss M. Ogbourn. 
565 General Campbell. 

1804. 380 Mrs. Chace. 

1805. 3.9 Mr. T. Baker. 
324 Miss Friend. 

1806. 409 Mr. Whiting. 



1S07. 380 Blue-coat boy. 



96, Strand. 
Strand. 



391 



1808. 615 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1809. 449 Miss Spencer. 

10, Villiers Street, Adelp/ii. 
1811. 705 Madame Catalini. 
711 Mr. Malone. 

CHASE, John Painter. 

53, Upper John Street. 
1834. 928 View of the north aisle of West- 
minster Abbey. 
65, Upper Charlotte Street. 

1846. 1287 The Porch of St. Mary's, 0.x- 

ford. 

1847. 1169 The terrace. 

1848. 1146 The doorway leading to the 

dormitory. Fountain Abbey. 

1849. 1 165 At Garsington, near Oxford. 

1852. 1056 Sunday morning. 

1853. 1 187 View of the nave of the church 

of St. Jacques, Antwerp. 

1854. 1220 Antwerp. 

1855. 1300 Haddon. 

50, Upper Charlotte Street, 
1857. 892 Sunday morning. 

113, Charlotte Street. 
1870. 747 Interior of the church of St. 
Gomar, Lierre, near Ant- 
werp. 

CHASE, Miss Marian, R.I.... Painter. 
50, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1866. 750 Raspberries. 

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Chase, Miss Marian, R.I. —continued. 

1 1 3, Charlotte Street. 

1870. 6i} Blackberries. 

1871. 656 "Who killed cock-robin?" 

1873. 733 Nature and art. 

1874. 861 Spring time. "When daisies, 

cowslips, bluebells sweet, 
etc." 
899 Blackberries. 
927 Wood pigeon. 
1877. 223 Spring-time. 

CHASE, Powell Painter. 

13, Fitzroy Street. 
1893. 1025 Eliza and the Ghouls. — Vide 

Hans Andersen. 
1896. 1 148 The ferry. 

1208 The Lady of Shalott. 

50, Upper Marylebone Street. 
1904. 709 Coal for the " Galeka." 

CHATFIELD, Edward Painter. 

31, Foley Street. 

1827. 89 A portrait. 

1828. 144 A girl's head. "Emblem of 

innocence and faith." 

1829. 198 The ballad. 

34, Great Portland Street. 

1830. 277 Mr. Buckstone. 

66, Judd Street. 

1833. 474 The death of Locke. "He then 

requested Lady Masham, 
who was reading the Psalms, 
to read one aloud to him, 
and he appeared very atten- 
tive, till, feeling the hand of 
death upon him, etc., he ex- 
pired on the 28th October, 
in the 73rd year of his age." 
— Life of John Locke. 

1834. 397 The otter's cairn, a scene in the 

island of Islay, with portraits. 

1835. 44 Master Harvey Smith. 
185 Mrs. William Russell. 
507 Sketch from nature. 

1836. 342 Portrait of the son of W. A. 

Mearns, Esq., and a Shetland 
pony. 
387 At the Battle of Killiecrankie, 
1689, two brothers, Uellan 
More and Shamey Dhu, cele- 
brated Highlanders, stripped 
to the kilt to enable them to 
fightwithoutobstruction. . . . 
Shamey was killed, but Uel- 
lan lived to the age of 102. 
He is said to have cut down 
twelve troopers with his own 
hand in this contest, etc. 



1837. 142 A boy's head. 

343 Ophelia. " There on the pend- 
ent boughs her coronet 
weeds, etc." 

1838. 163 George, the eldest son of 

William Russell, Esq. 



CHATFIELD, Rev. H Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1798. 259 A hare. 
1801. 545 Cattle. 



CHATROUSSE, Emile Sculptor. 

253, Boulevard d'Enfer, Paris. 
1887. 1890 "La Lecture"; statuette, 
marble. 



CHATTOCK, Richard S Etcher, 

Solihull, Warwickshire. 
1869. 539 Colebrook, Warwickshire. 

1871. S61 The old Moat; etching. 

1872. 1273 Hesperus; etching. 

1 28 1 Blast furnaces at Cradley, Wor- 
cestershire; etching. 

6, Adamson Road. 

1873. 1279 Monks Wharf, Tipton ; etching. 
1280 Tapping the blast furnace: 

blowing out the iron ; etch- 
ing. 
1299 Moorhen; etching. 

1874. 1230 Ravenshaw; do. 
1258 Etchings. 

1875. 748 Maidenhead Bridge. 

1065 The watering-place; etching 
after Gainsborough. 

1876. 770 Left by the tide. 

15, Lancaster Road. 

1878. 1236 On Hampstead Heath; etch- 

ing. 

1879. 1270 Three etchings from the Black 

country. 

1880. 1346 Guildford; etching. 
1883. 1380 In Stockton Park, Wilts. 

1406 Footbridge over the Wylye, 
Cadford, Wilts. 

1885. 1621 On Hampstead Heath. 

1886. 1467 A bend on the Wharfe. 

1888. 1594 St. Mawes. After J. M. W. 

Turner, R.A. 
18S9. 1746 Stonehenge. 
1 89 1. 1576 On the Avon at Pill. 



CHAUNCEY, Miss M. S. 

Miniature Painter. 

24, Seymour Place. 
1835. 744 Portrait of a lady. 



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CHAUVEL, Theophile Narcisse. 

Etcher. 

55, Avenue de la Grande Armee, 

Fan's. 

1886. 1477 Autumn leaves. After Vicat 

Cole, R.A. 
1888. 1608 Summer showers. After Vicat 

Cole, R.A. 
1S93. 1+50 Cambria's Coast. After B. W. 
Leader, A. R.A. 
1452 "Connais-tu le pays?" After 
J. Rolshoven. 
1897. 1595 A wet road-side. After B. W. 
Leader, A. R.A. 

CHAUVIN, A Painter. 

1S51. ;iy The holy women. 
652 Flight into Egypt. 
726 The wise men of the east. 

CHAVALLIAUD, Leon ... Sculptor. 

18, Trelawn Road, Brixton. 

1893. 169S My father; bust, bronze. 

1894. 1737 The shrimper; portrait statue. 
1783 Madame Veuve Pommery; 

bust, marble. 

1895. 1647 A. Hubinet, Esq. ; bust, bronze. 

1896. 1830 A. Paroissien, Esq.; bust. 

1 5, Gresham Road, Brixton. 
1904. 1785 Portrait; bust, bronze. 

CHAWNER, T Architect. 

71, Welbeck Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1791. 598 A design for an entrance to a 

park, with lodges. 

1792. 580 Design for a public library. 

1793. 727 do. temple. 

1794. 571 do. mausoleum. 

1795. 652 do. bath and pavilion. 

85, Upper Guildford Street, 

Queen Square. 

1796. 752 Design for a vestibule. 

1797. 1074 do. a County Hall. 

1798. 981 do. an observatory. 
987 do. a mausoleum. 

1799. 934 A park entrance. 
1047 A library. 

1800. 1060 Principal front for a museum. 

CHECKLEY, Mrs. C Painter. 

1 2, Upper Marylebone Street. 
1829. 974 Fruit and flowers. 

CHEERE, Sir Henry William, Bart. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1798. 5S8 A drawing from nature. 



CHEESMAN, J. ...Miniature Painter. 

40, O.xford Street. 
1798. 890 Head of a Bacchante. 

CHEESMAN, Thomas. 

Miniature Painter. 
7 I , Neivinan Street. 

1802. 437 Plenty. 

1803. 60; Summer. 
612 Spring. 

1804. 313 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
514 Amphy trite. 

1805. 298 Erminia. F/'f/e Tasso's "Jeru- 

salem delivered." 
3 So Portrait of a young gentleman. 

1806. 739 do. do. 

1807. 620 do. lady. 

1808. 570 Nymphs bathing. 

1809. 487 A drawing of nymphs bathing. 
iSio. 469 Portrait of a young lady. 

181 1. 563 do. gentleman. 

181 2. 463 do. young lady. 

1813. 467 do. lady. 

181 7. 566 do. gentleman. 

854 A. C. Giese, Esq. 
1820. 512 Portrait of a lady. 

CHEESMAN, Thomas Gedge. 

Painter. 

7, Riversdale Road, Highbury. 
1891. 776 After a stroll. 

CHEESMAN, William Painter. 

Lawn House, Esher, Surrey. 

1890. 1031 A calm evening at low tide: 

Bonchurch. 

1891. 352 "Fair is foul and foul is fair, 

Hover through the fog and 
filthy dax."— Macbeth. 



CHEETHAM, Miss M. E. 

1868. 558 A gipsy girl. 



Painter. 



CHEFFINS, C. F Architect. 

9, Southampton Buildings. 

1839. 1 1 04 Birmingham and Gloucester 

Railway Bridge over the 
Avon, etc. 

1840. 921 Terminus of London and 

Blackwall Railway at Bruns- 
wick Wharf, Blackwall. 
1843. 11 86 Residence for J. G. Stokes, 
Esq., at Hoddesdon, Herts. 
1299 National school, ditto. 

CHEFFINS, G. A Architect. 

10, York Place, Pentonville. 

1827. 907 Design: Entrance to Windsor 

Great Park. 

1828. 979 A church. 



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CHEFFINS, Miss Mary Painter. 

Iloddesdon. 
1847. 63.) A view in Cumberland. 

CHELI, C Sculptor. 

Imperial Hotel, Covent Garden. 
1839. 1295 Ganymede; a statue in marble. 

CHELIUS, A Painter. 

75, The re si en Strasse, Munich. 
1892. 32S Landscape and Cattle. 

CHELMINSKI, Jan von Painter. 

Wanvick Studios, A'ensington. 

1892. S34 During the battle. 

1893. +54 Reconnoitring. 

745 The old grey mare. 

21, St. John'' s Wood Road. 

1894. 495 A general's escort. 

903 Surprised Cossacks, Crimea. 

CHELONI, M Sculptor. 

c'lO C. Longhi, 

27, Neiv Bond Street. 
1882. 1655 "Que les affaires vont mal." 

CHENU, D Sculptor. 

122, Wardour Street. 
1794. 5S7 Bust of a girl. 
605 do. boy. 

CHENU, Peter Francis Sculptor. 

28, Great Castle Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1788. 623 Mercury "instructing Cupid in 

the art of Commerce ; a 
model. 
654 Bust of Dr. Herschell. 

1789. 479 A Vestal for a candelabrum. 

3, Wardour Street. 

1790. ?i9 Figure of Genius weeping. 

122, Wardour Street. 
1792. 606 Design for a monument. 

724 Faith, Hope and Charity ; 
model in wax. 
1794. 590 A figure to hold a chandelier 
or lamp. 
603 do. do. 

1796. 865 A figure of Genius. 

879 A Vestal designed to hold a 
lamp. 
115, Great Portland Street. 
1800. 1081 Model of the Good Samaritan. 
23, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
181 1. 918 A figure; candelabrum for sup- 
porting lights. 



1 8 1 1 . 920 A group : Cupid and Psyche, 
adapted for supporting lights. 

1816. 912 Basso Relievo, representing 
Bacchus, Ariadne, etc., in- 
tended for holding lights. 

1S17. 1011 Restoration of the Torso. 

1822. 1049 Model of a figure of Time, for 
a monument. 

CHERRILL, Nelson K Painter. 

Fleur U Orient, Lausanne, 

Switzerland. 
1904. 1049 Florence: an evening on the 
Arno. 

CHESNEAU,A Sculptor. 

II, Roxburgh Grove, 

Haverstock Hill. 
1S63. 1094 Mrs. F. R.; bronze statuette. 

7, Southampton Place. 
1864. 967 Portrait medaUion in silver. 

64, Had ley Street. 
1872. 1454 Madame C; bronze medallion. 
1455 First infancy; terra-cotta. 
1465 Dead thrush; bronze. 
1473 Madame L.; bronze medallion. 
61, Gloucester Road. 
1873 1458 Madame C; cameo. 

1459 H.R.H. Princess Louise; 

cameo. 

1460 Master Marcus; cameo. 

1461 MissB.; cameo. 

1480 The first bath of the season; 
terra-cotta. 

1874. 1580 Feu d'ete. 

1875. 1368 Marguerite; medallion in box- 

wood. 
1379 Madame de K. ; medallion in 
white bronze. 

CHESTER, George Painter. 

Holly Villa, Hayes. 
1849. 1126 At Hayes, Middlesex. 

1853. 434 Starting for market. 

1 28 1 The gossip — a ford in Surrey. 

1854. 611 The road through the park. 

24, Abingdon Villas. 

1855. 635 The sunny side of the brook. 
1156 Harvest time; a sketch. 

1856. 30; The fisherman's haunt. 

1857. 333 The golden summer time. 

1858. 523 Afternoon, in summer time. 

" Here silence reigns, etc." 

1859. 537 An English lane. 

i860. 292 The homestead, Yorkshire. 

398 In the valley of the Esk. 
" Flow on, thou shining 
river." 
1 86 1. 637 The woodland glade. 



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1863. 


490 


1864. 


5^4 


1866. 


S9 


1869. 


52 




271 


IS70. 


1S6 


I87I. 


253 




407 


1872. 


211 




951 


1874. 


306 


1876. 


12 




196 


1877. 


198 


1880. 


457 




491 


I88I. 


5^9 


1882. 


496 


I8S3. 


54 




257 


1886. 


214 


1888. 


^79 



10, S/. Albans Road. 
1S62. 469 The fisherman's haunt. "Here 

and there a lusty trout, etc." 
The rest. 

The Coombe farm. 
Through the wood. 
The old priory farm. 
At Banstead, Surrey. 
Sailing with the stream. 
Brookland farm, Sussex. 
The mead lock. 
The old rookery, Dowlands 

Avenue. 
" O lovely peace, with plenty 

crowned, etc." 
Wind against tide. 
The flight of the wild fowl. 
Hampshire hatches. 
The priory stream. 
Through the meadows. 
" Land of brown heath and 

shaggy wood." 
O'er the heather. 
Lincoln Cathedral from the 

monks' road. 
Rest. 

"Still waters run deep." 
The clear Rother. 
" Under the oak whose antique 

root peeps out upon the 

brook that crawls along this 

wood." 
1889. 320 The old water way. 

CHESTER, George Frederick. 

Painter. 

24, Abingdon Villa. 
1861. 572 The trysting place. "She, 
vainly mindful of her dame's 
command, etc." 

10, St. Albans Road. 
1864. 572 Turf gatherers. 
1870. 313 The fish auction, Brixham. 
1872. 142 A love spell. "This pippin 
shall another trial make, 
etc."— G^av. 
1873- 54^ Tinker! tailor! soldier! sailor! 
1875. 587 Winnowing. 

7, Emperor's Gate. 
1877. 1361 The new moon. 

18, Emperor's Gate. 
1 88 1. 546 By hook or by crook. 

66, Courtfield Gardens. 
i88g. 749 "In the evening it was cut 
down and withereth away." 

CHESTER, J Painter. 

Charlotte St., Rathbone Place. 
1783. 17S Portrait of a gentleman. 



CHESTERS, S Enamel Painter. 

1, Bloomficld Rd., Maida Hill. 

1849. 641 Portrait of a Jew. After Rem- 

brandt ; enamelled on porce- 
lain. 
644 Enamel on porcelain of the 
Rev. Jabez Bunting, D.D., 
etc. 

1850. 688 Garartius. 

1851. 904 Enamel portrait of a lady. 

1852. 632 Enamel on china; Gerard Dow, 

from the original in the 
National Gallery. 

1853. 626 Rev. John Angel James; 

enamel. 
891 Portrait of the artist. 
1S54. 654 Enamel on porcelain. After 
Schalken in the National 
Gallery. 

1855. 720 Enamel on porcelain; a shep- 

herd. After Spagnoletto in 
the National Gallery. 

1856. 653 Enamel on porcelain ; Miss T., 

from life. 
658 Enamel on porcelain; a boy, 
from life. 

1857. 681 Enamel on porcelain; portrait 

of a lady. 

Rydal Villa, Scarborough. 
1885. 1537 Portrait of a lady. 



CHESTERTON, Frank S. 

Architect. 

51, Cheapside. 

1903. 1551 Rebuilding Hornton Street, 

Kensington. 

1904. 1 5 14 Houses on Norbury Manor 

estate. 
1629 Hornton Street, Kensington. 

CHESTON (Horace) and PERKIN 
(J. C.) Architects. 

I , Neiv Broad Street. 
1887. 1594 Vestry Hall, etc., Fulham. 
5, Union Court, 

Old Broad Street. 
1893. 1587 Oxford municipal buildings. 

1621 House at Margam, South 
Wales. 
1895. 152S Convalescent home at Shad- 
well, etc. 
1900. 1816 Design for Cartwright Memorial 
Hall, Bradford. 



CHETTLE, Miss Elizabeth M. 

Painter. 

The Firs, Sharnbrooke, Bedford. 
1889. 470 Mrs. Robert Chettle. 



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Chettle, Miss Elizabeth M.— continued. 
1900. 1:35 " Where wild in the woodlands 

the primroses blow." 
1904. 1036 Before the swallow dares. 

CHEVALIER, Nicholas Painter. 



185: 



1S71. 
1872. 



1873. 407 



1874. 



S3 1 



136+ 



636 View from the village of Ber- 
gen near Frankfort. 
1038 View of the "Hohegoehl," 
near Berchtesgarden, Ba- 
varia. 

5, Porcheskr Terrace. 
154 Atiamano, Island of Tahiti. 
1 250 Palace of the Deeg in the olden 
times, Burtpore. 
The Thanksgiving day, 27th 
February, 1872. Painted by 
command of Her Majesty. 
101 Blind musician of Japan: 
sketched during the stay of 
H.R.H. the Duke of Edin- 
burgh at Yedo. 
779 Thanksgiving day. Painted by 
Command of Her Majesty. 
View of Pesth. Painted for 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 
Nautch girls at the Palace of 
Deig, Bhurtpore, India. 

1875. 176 Marriage of T.R.H. the Duke 

and Duchess of Edinburgh 
at the Winter Palace, St. 
Petersburgh. Painted and 
exhibited by cominand of 
H.M. the Queen. 

1876. S57 Grand review on the occasion 

of the marriage festivities at 
St. Petersburgh, 1874. 

1877. 923 The opening of the Inter- 

national Exhibition, Vienna, 

1873- 
416 An Eastern puzzle: Chinese 

Lama priests at home. 
765 Spring at Bute, N.B. 
917 Weary: an episode at St. 

Leonards. 
629 Hinemoa, the Maori girl. 
115 Race to the market, Tahiti, 

Society Islands. 
443 Waiting for the ferry, Manilla. 
555 Arcadia, South Sea Islands. 
688 The convalescent; interior of 

a Buddhist monastery, China. 
835 Sunny clime, Tahiti; from 

sketches taken during the 

cruise of H.M.S. " Galatea." 
646 Cook's Straits, New Zealand, 
no Mount Cook and the Southern 

Alps, West Coast, New 

Zealand. 
317 ^lavora Lake, New Zealand. 



1878. 



1879. 
1880. 

1881. 
1882. 



.883. 



1884. 
1885. 



1886. 



1887. 657 Seeking fortune. 

Ashmore, Sydenham Hill. 
1895. 939 Cape Girao, Madeira. 

CHEVALIER, Robert Magnus. 

Painter. 

76a, W'estbourne Grove. 
1883. 1139 Designs for ceilings. 
1885. 1911 Study for artistic decoration. 
1887. 1 142 A street in the Esbekeyeh, 
Cairo. 

1898. 1217 A street view in the Arab Quar- 

ter, Cairo. 

CHEVALIER-TAYLOR, A. .See T. 

CHEVIOT, Miss Lilian Painter. 

Thorpe, South Moksey, Surrey. 
1895. 860 "There's many a slip." 

1899. 407 Kittens. 

CHEYNEY, Miss Lucy M. ...Painter. 

3, Cambridge Terrace, Islington. 

1838. 953 On the Thames at Blackwall. 

8, Argyle Street, King's Cross. 

1839. 740 A group of flowers. 
971 A basket of flowers. 

55, Berners Street. 

1842. 560 Flowers. 

I, Hanover Place. 

1843. 1 141 Group of flowers. 

1 23 1 Canonbury Tower, Islington — 
moonlight. 

1844. 1045 Magnolia grandiflora. 

19, Albert Terrace, 

St. John's Wood. 

1847. 677 Antheymum. 

20, Queen's Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1848. 730 Head of a favourite spaniel. 
1868. 742 Flowers, Lily, etc. 

CHEYNEY, Miss S. Emma. 

Painter. 

Denmark House, 

Red Hill, Surrey. 
1894. 641 Christmas Roses. 

CHIAPPINI Painter. 

85, Norton Street. 
iSoo. 553 The prodigal son. 

CHIERICI, A Painter. 

23, Cranbourne Street, 

Leicester Square. 
1856. 135 Costume of Albania, which 
shows the efifect of the lover's 
letter. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



55 



1856. 509 Costume of the town called 
Mola di Gaeta, representing 
the wife of a sailor showing 
her child to her husband 
after a long voyage. 

CHIERICI, Gaetano Painter. 

Jieggio, Emilia. 
ICS75. 574 "Mother is ill." 
607 The Bath. 

cjo C. Wagner, Birmingham. 
1877. 1341 The widow's dinner. 

1879. 434 Adding insult to injury. 

Florence. 

1880. 349 A desperate venture. 

cjo S. Tolfny, 

40a, Barclay Road. 

1 88 1. 71 A frightful state of things. 

CHILD. & GOLDIE, CHILD, and 
GOLDIE. 

CHILD, Miss H Painter. 

22, Bryanston Street. 
1802. 476 View in North Wales. 
1S03. 541 Lambeth Grove. 

CHILD, J. M Painter. 

Dudley. 
1827. 375 Pike, Trout, etc. 

CHILD, W. or R Painter. 

\V. Child, El t ham, Kent. 
1783. 376 The Kestril hawk with the 
Deianira and Mcera butter- 
flies. 

a. Child, 92, Long Acre. 

1785. 25S Dead Birds. 

R. Child, I, Perry's Place, 

Oxford Street. 

1786. 129 Cat and dead game. 
1788. 133 Pigeons. 

CHILD, W Painter. 

1 3, Cecil Street, Strand. 
1848. 489 Portrait of a child. 
1851. SSo A portrait; sketch. 

CHILDE, Elias Painter. 

E. Child, 29, Compton Street. 

1798. 418 View near Hampstead. 

1 799. 969 A view near Sydenham Com- 

mon. 

1800. 571 View near Rye, Sussex. 
577 View near Hackney. 
707 View of Milbank. 

1 80 1. 89 View on the coast of Kent. 
598 The loss of the "Charles Bar- 
ing," from Jamaica, on the 
25th October, i8oo. 



1804. 4S1 



1805. 
1807. 



637 
310 

67 



1808. 6i4» 



1809. 
1810. 



1811. 
1813. 

1814. 



1S15. 
1816. 



1817. 



i»i9. 
1820. 



1S22. 
1823. 

1824. 



55^ 
192 

212 



41 
"3 

170 
120 
128 
290 
309 

9' 

343 

404 
436 
195 
3^5 

353 
70 
109 
■'5 
149 
415 
114 
562 





240 


825. 


361 


826. 


9 




124 


827. 


32 


828. 


267 




427 


829. 


.89 




43' 


830. 


396 




-26 



E. Childe, i o, Millbank Row, 

Westminster. 
Ruins of a priory near Milford, 

S. Wales. 
A fresh gale off the land. 
View of the west cliff, Brighton. 
30, Conduit Street, Bond Street. 
View on the Thames. 
E. Child, 31, Conduit Street, 

Bond Street. 
Landscape and figures. 
E. Childe, 4 1 , Castle St. East, 
Oxford Market. 
A view on the river Medway. 
Landscape and figures. 
Cottage children. 
13, Grove, Horse ferry Road, 

]Vestminster. 
Landscape and figures. 

do. do. 

View on the Thames. 
Elham Church. 
A village scene. 
Cattle — afternoon. 
Cattle — evening. 
Landscape and figures. 
Gravel diggers: a view near 

Streatham. 
The cottage seamstress. 
A straw yard. 

Landscape — cattle and figures. 
A farm yard. 

1 3, Vauxhall Bridge Road. 
Scene on the beach at Hastings. 
Interior with goats. 
Landscape and figures. 
Interior of a stable. 
An exterior with figures. 
A^'iew on Barnes Common. 
Entrance to a wood. 
Goodrich Castle on the banks 

of the Wye. 
Chelsea Reach, looking towards 

Battersea. 
Haymaking. 

View of Exeter from Topsham. 
1 5, Gloster Terrace, 

Westminster. 
Margate Pier. 
A study at Hastings. 
A grove scene. 

103, Wardour Street, Soho. 
River scene. 
Interior of a stable. 
Study of goats. 
Coast scene — morning. 
2, James Place, Harleyford Rd., 
Vauxhall. 
River scene. 
Coast scene — moonlight. 



56 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Childe, 


Elias — continued. 

103, Wardoiir Street. 


1S16. 


6.5 


1S31. 


44 River scene— moonlight. 
414 Chepstow Castle, Monmouth- 


,8,7. 


678 




shire. 




858 


1832. 


260 Interior of a stable. 








350 Cioing to the market — autumn. 


1818. 


610 


1833- 


6i Battersea Bridge— moonlight. 




639 


1834. 


46 Gravel diggers. 


1819. 


682 




130 Composition— moonlight. 




835 


'835- 


168 River scene— moonlight. 




852 




228 Brook scene — evening. 


1820. 


556 




94, Vauxhall Bridge Road. 




S60 


1836. 


418 View near Blackwall— moon- 








light. 


1821. 


784 




103, Wardour Street. 




911 


1837- 


114 River scene — moonlight. 






CHILDE, Miss Ellen E Painter. 








56, Grove Place, 


1822. 


687 




Brompton Road. 




840 


1878. 


797 Study of colour. 


1823. 


900 


CHILDE, H. S Painter. 


1S24. 


47» 




41, Castle Street East. 


1825. 


312 


1810. 


155 View near Marlow, Bucks. 




512 


CHILDE, J., Junr Painter. 






1838. 


231 Portrait of a lady. 






CHILDE, J. W Painter. 




007 




/. W. Child, 


1826. 


731 




29, Compton Street, Soko. 






1798. 


403 View on the road to Barnet. 


1S27. 


866 


1799. 


608 View near Lewisham. 


1828. 


9^7 


1800. 


393 View of St. Martin's Church. 


1829. 


5^7 




502 View in Dorsetshire. 




889 




781 View on the road to Hamp- 


1831. 


S44 




stead. 


1832. 


715 




/. W. Childe, 


1833- 


65, 




29, Compton Street, Soko. 






1801. 


301 View in Princes Street, West- 
minster, looking towards the 




711 




Abbey. 




733 




1 0, Milbank Roiv, Westminster. 






1803. 


621 View of St. Alban's Abbey. 




S33 


1804. 


516 Putney Church. 






1805. 


528 View from the Bishop's Walk, 
Lambeth. 


1834. 


738 




Grove, Horseferry Road, 




7+8 




Westminster. 




866 


1807. 


721 Landscape and figures. 






1809. 


585 View of Windsor Castle from 
the Old Park. 


1835- 


645 


1810. 


9 Card players. 










1836. 


527 


CHILDE, James Warren. 




728 




Miniature Painter. 




782 




404, Strand. 




856 


1815. 


668 Portrait of a lady. 







Portrait of a gentleman. 

125, .Strand. 
Mr. J. H. Woodward and Mr. 

J. S. Urquhart. 
Mr. J. B. Booth of the Theatre 

Royal, Covent Garden. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
J. Hook, Esq.; a sketch. 
MasterH. Fauntleroy; asketch. 
Colonel Riddell. 
Mrs. Henry Fauntleroy. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Miss Johnston. 

38, Strand. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
B. Gregory, Esq., Founder of 

the Institution for promot- 
ing and encouraging the Fine 

Arts, Brighton. 
Mrs. Merle. 

Miss Childe and Miss E. Childe. 
Miss Scott of the Theatre 

Royal, Covent Garden. 
Miss L. and Master N. Childe. 
Fish. 
Miss J. Scott of the Theatre 

Royal, Covent Garden, in 

the character of Zobiede in 

"Aladdin." 
Mrs. Weippert of the Theatre 

Royal, English Opera. 
H. G. Carey, Esq. 

17, Buckingha?n St., Adelphi. 
Portrait of a lady. 
P. Spagnoletti, Esq. 
Miss A. H. Childe. 
Lady Clerk. 

Mrs. Wood, late Miss Paton. 
Miss E. Childe. 
Mr. H. Phillips of the Theatre 

Royal, Covent Garden. 
Mrs. Honey of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 
Mrs. Nisbett of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 
Mme. Grandolfi of the King's 

Theatre. 
Mrs. Waylett, our native ballad 

singer. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
Mrs. Yates of the Theatre 

Royal, Adelphi. 
Mrs. Honey of the Theatre 

Royal, Adelphi. 

135, Strand. 
Miss Murray. 
Miss Louisa H. Sheridan. 
R. Batson, Esq. 
E. Seguin, Esq., Theatre Royal, 

Drury Lane. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



57 



1837- 
1838. 



»839- 
1840. 

1841. 

1842. 



1843. 



684 

94- 



1029 
684 

77' 
75a 

58. 
85S 

907 
96z 

6S5 
920 



1845. 892 



39, Bedford Street, Strand. 
Edwin Forest, Esq. 
Mrs. E. Seguin and family. 
Innocence: portraits of two 
children with a favourite 

Sir Anthony Carlisle. 

The Earl of Surrey. 

Charles Kean, Esq. 

Mrs. Stirling of the Theatre 
Royal, Haymarket. 

Henry Betty, tragedian. 

Mrs. Nisbett, Theatre Royal, 
Covent Garden. 

T. S. Buncombe, Esq., M.P. 

Madame Celeste, Theatre 
Royal, Haymarket. 

Portrait of a lady. 

The late Miss Murray of the 
Theatre Royal, Covent Gar- 
den. 

B. Webster, Esq., of the The- 
atre Royal, Haymarket. 

Viscountess Pollington. 

Mrs. Grattan and child. 

Mrs. Stirling. 

Mrs. Seymour of the Theatre 
Royal, Haymarket. 

Cipriani Potter, Esq. 

Miss Reynolds of the Theatre 
Royal, Haymarket. 

Mrs. Albany Fonblanque. 

Miss Maria Louise Childe. 

Mrs. George Derby Waite. 

Miss Louisa Howard of the 
Theatre Royal, Haymarket. 



CHILDE, Miss Maria Louise. 

Miniature Painter. 

39, Bedford Street, Strand. 
1839. 182 Miss Augusta Childe. 
1843. 160 Miss Childe. 
1846. 778 Miss Ellen Childe. 

CHILDERS, Miss Milly Painter. 

Studio, Adam and Eve Meivs, 
High .Street, Kensington. 



1846. 
1847. 


979 
675 


1848. 


792 
7+2 


1849. 


650 
669 


1851. 
1852. 

1853- 


869 

752 
665 
666 



1894. 


572 


St. Jacut de la Mer. 

6, St. George's Place, W. 


1895. 


562 


Evening. 

55 a, Bedford Gardens. 


1 90 1. 


887 


The old Parish Cliurch, Chelsea. 


1904. 


616 


L'Offrande. 




801 


L'Atelier. 


CHILDERSTONE, Henry M. 






Painter. 






3, Gloucester Road, 






Xe7v Gardens. 


1899. 


"37 


A recognised friend. 


11. 







CHILDES, D. T Architect. 

37, Devonshire Street. 

1850. 1 1 13 Design for a church in a noble- 

man's park. 

CHILDS, George Painter. 

28, Robert St., Bedford Row. 

1833. 656 Study after nature. 

1 2, Amwell .Street. 

1834. 456 Lane scene. 
514 The removal. 

1836. 509 On Hampstead Heath. 
578 Near Petersfield, Hants. 

1837. 619 Hampstead Heath — a study 

painted on the spot. 

1838. 30 Dock leaves — a study painted 

from nature. 
533 Distant view of the Isle of 
Wight from Southampton. 

1839. 763 Netley Abbey — morning. 

799 The Castle of St. Donat's, Gla- 
morganshire—evening. 

1 84 1. 664 Scene on the Taff Railway, 

Glamorgan. 
973 Scene on the Taff Railway, Gla- 
morgan; viaduct erected by 
George Bush. 

1842. 578 Scene in the Valley of Desola- 

tion, Yorkshire. 

1843. '°+5 Richmond Castle, Yorkshire. 

1844. 679 St. Donat's Castle, Glamorgan- 

shire. 
21, Offord Road, Islington. 

1870. 661 Castle Rock, Lynmouth, Devon. 

187 1. 713 From the top of the Castle 

Rock, Lynmouth. 

CHILDS, Miss Julia Painter. 

1 2, Amwell Street. 

1 85 1. 946 Study of a chafifinch's nest. 

1852. 649 Study from nature. 

20, Foley Place. 

1858. 630 Dead game. 

1859. 755 Field mice. 

CHILDS-CLARKE, Miss Sophia. 

Painter. 

Thorncrton Vicarage, Devon. 
1889. 1413 Still life — group. 

CHILMAN, Miss Lizzie Painter. 

Farm Lane, Fulham. 
1857. 650 Camellia. 

CHINN, S Painter. 

4, Wilmot Street, Derby. 
1833. 96 Portrait of a clergyman. 

54, Bartholomew Close, 

1835. 45 Portrait of a gentleman. 
377 do. lady. 

1 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Chinn, S. — continued. 

1836. iS Portrait of a young lady. 
358 The young student. 

1837. 107 The rosebud. 

1838. 355 Portrait of a young lady. 

1839. 1183 A portrait. 

140, Aliiersgate Street. 

1840. 479 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1842. 13 A coquet. 

1S43. ^40 Portrait of a lady with a pet 
bird. 
627 A bluecoat boy. 

CHINNERY, George, R.H.A. 

Miniature Painter. 

4, Gough S(juare, Fleet Street. 

1 791. 361 Portrait. 

1792. 240 Portrait of a clergyman. {Rev. 

J. Moore.) 
30S Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

J. Chin Iter)'.) 
309 Portrait of an artist. {Mr. A.J. 
Oliver.) 

I, Sackvilk Street, Piccadilly. 
1793- 369 Portrait of a gentleman [? lady]. 
{Mrs. Oliver) 
426 Portrait of himself. 
444 do. a lady. {Miss 

Porter.) 
1794. 380 Twelve portraits. 
'795- 5°* Portrait of a gentleman. 

508 do. do. {The 

late Lord Ashbiirton.) 

Dublin. 
1798. 495 Portrait of an artist. 

20, Loifer Brook Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 

1802. 273 Portraits of Mr. G. R., Miss 

('aroline, and Master W. G. 

Chinnery, children of W. 

Chinnery, Esq. 

Canton, China. 

1830. 149 Portrait of Dr. Morrison, en- 

gaged in translating the 
bible into the Chinese lan- 
guage. 
166 Portrait of a Hong merchant. 

1831. 236 Captain Battrie. 

248 Portrait of Howqua, senior 
hong merchant at Canton, 
China. 
260 Captain Hine. 
424 Sir John Claridge. 
Canto?!, China, and 

10, North Crescent, 

Bedford Square. 

1834. 125 John Davis, Esq. 

1835. 134 Lieutenant Holman, R.N., the 

celebrated blind traveller. 
282 Mr. and Mrs. Grant and family. 



1835. 321 The Rev. Charles Gutzlaff, the 
Chinese missionary, in the 
dress of a Fokien sailor, 
under which disguise he 
visited many parts of the 
Chinese Empire in the year 
1831. 
356 Mrs. Colledge. 
910 Thomas Colledge, Esq., Mem- 
ber of the Royal College of 
Surgeons, London, and Sur- 
geon to the British Factory 
in China, attending at his 
private Ophthalmic Infirm- 
ary in Macao. 
15, South Street, Finsbury. 

1844. 573 Portrait of Assor, a Tanka boat 
girl of Macao, in China. 

1846. 36; Portrait of the artist. 

CHIPPENDALE, Thomas. ..Painter. 

60, St. Martin's Lane. 

1784. 426 A gang of gypsies. 
430 Mirth in low life. 

1785. 372 A watchman. 
436 An orange girl. 

1 80 1. 421 Inside of a prison, with the 
effect of lamp-light. 

CHISHOLM, Alexander, F.S.A. 

Painter. 

26, Brook Street, Neit) Road. 

1820. 521 Portrait of a lady. 

3, Brook Street. 

1 82 1. 448 Mr. Wilkinson in the character 

of LaFleurin "Two Words." 
"Tis all over with us! — we 
hav'n't ten minutes to live ! " 

1822. 467 The Earl of Buchan. 
544 Portrait of a boy. 

564 Boys with a burning glass. 

1823. 526 Master F. Caldwell. 
548 The cut foot. 

1824. 714 Major-General Sir Theophilus 

Pritzler, K.C.B. 

1825. 646 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1827. 745 do. lady. 

6, William St., Hampstead Rd. 

1837. 266 From Burns"'Cotter's Saturday 

Night." "The dame brings 
forth in complimental mood 
etc." 

1838. 559 The baptism of Ben Jonson's 

daughter, for whom Shak- 
speare stood godfather, on 
which occasion he gave the 
mother a present to be given 
to the child when she became 
of age. On the left of Shak- 
speare sits Beaumont, on his 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



59 



right Fletcher. Behind stands 
Sir Walter Raleigh, in con- 
versation with John Seldon. 
At the end of the table is 
Ben Jonson, receiving an 
appropriate lecture from the 
clergyman. 

5 1 , Upper Seymour Street. 
1839. 224 Portrait of a gentleman. 
376 do. lady. 

27, Edwards Street, 

Hanipstead Road. 

1842. 670 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1843. 613 The Lords of the Congregation 

taking the oath of the coven- 
ant. The point of time in the 
picture is when Mr. Hender- 
son is administeringtheoath, 
which was taken by some with 
drawn swords in their hands, 
and tears in their eyes. 

1844. 4+4 Charles II offering to purchase 

some miniatures from Mrs. 
Oliver, wife of Isaac Oliver, 
miniature painter. — Wal- 
pole's Anecdotes. 

1845. 190 Design for an altarpiece. The 

ascension. 
666 An incident in the life of Sir 
Philip Sidney. While the 
English army was lying before 
Zutphen, a dispute arose be- 
tween some officers of dis- 
tinction as to who should 
have the honour to lead a 
storming party. The Earl of 
Leicester, who was general, 
desired them to cast dice for 
it, which they did on a drum 
head, and that honour fell to 
the lot of Sir Philip Sidney. 
Leicester, on horseback, is 
pointing to the place of 
attack; his friend Lord Wil- 
loughby rests his right hand 
on Sir Philip's shoulder. 

1846. 41 The Minister of Kinneffe and 

his wife concealing in the 
church the Scottish Regalia. 

CHISHOLM, Alex. C. Painter. 

27, Edward Street, 

Hampstead Road. 
1 84 1. 98 Going to school. 

30, George St., Euston Square. 

1853. 106 The letter. 

1854. 437 "Hark! hark! the lark at 

Heaven's gate sings." 

1855. 1359 Dressing for the first party. 

1856. 395 The reflection. 



CHISHOLM, Miss Annie. 

Miniature Painter. 
33, Yerhuiy Road, N. 

1890. 14S2 Katie. 

1891. 1477 Marjorie, daughter of J. F. 

Kershaw, Esq. 
105, Sotiiliwood Lane, Highgate. 
1893. 1247 Dorothy, daughter of Hugh 

Waterhouse, Esq. 
1897. 1417 Portrait of a gentleman. 

13, Pemberton Gardens, N. 
1899. 1327 Frank, son of George I<aing 

Foreman, Esq. 
1903. 1035 Molly. 



CHISHOLM, Peter Painter. 

136, Linskill Street, 

North Shields. 
1897. 1300 November. 



CHISHOLME, J Architect. 

At Mr. Walker's, Blackwall. 

1803. 951 A wooden bridge, 1 10 feet span, 

over the river Don, Aber- 
deenshire. 

1804. 829 Design for a line of battle ship, 

to mount no guns on two 
decks. 
854 Design for a mansion. 

1807. 952 View at Blackwall. 
1004 do. do. 

1808. 853 View of Union Street, Aber- 

deen, and a design for the 
new assembly room. 



CHISHOLME, R Architect. 

19, Shaftesbury Road. 
1876. 980 Western fa(jade of the court- 
yard of the old palace at 
Madura, India. 

Madras. 
i88i. 1029 Telegraph Office, Madras. 

1888. 1721 Bombay municipal offices, etc. 
1727 do. do. 

B a rod a. 

1889. 1829 Museum in the public park, 

Baroda. 
1875 A Noubut Khana, or drum 

gatewa)'. 
2004 A Hindoo palace. 
1892. iSiS Baroda Museum pavilion. 

(The last four are put to 
R. F. Chisholme.) 



CHISHOLME, R. P. Painter. 

1858. 13; A quiet morning. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



CHITQUA Sculptor. 

Arundcll Street. 
1770. J45 A portrait of a gentleman; a 
model. 

CHITTENDEN, T Painter. 

37, King St., Coven t Garden. 

1845. is Mrs. Child. 
135 -V magdalen. 

1846. 181 Portrait of a lady. 

Do. and Upper Tithe Hill. 

1847. 3S3 Portrait of a lady. 

CHOLMELEY, Mrs. H. E. (Isabel). 

Sculptor. 

Rome. 

1864. 954 Liszt; bronze bust. 

1865. 1036 John Gibson, Esq., R.A. 

105 1 Teresa Torlonia, Duchessa di 
Poll. 
1S69. 11+4 Victa Victrix; marble. 

1146 The Queen Maria of the two 

Sicilies. 
118S Saldanha. 

CHOLMONDELEY, R Painter. 

24, Mount Street. 
1856. 720 Lieut.-General Mansfield. 

766 Miss Blanche Heber Percy. 
'857. 735 C. G, Cholmondeley, Esq. 

1858. S81 A. C. H. Percy. 

1144 R. H. Beaumont of Whitty 

Beaumont. 
1156 W. C. Worsley. 

1859. 127 The Countess of Durham. 
678 Portrait of a gentleman. 

i?i, St. James' Place. 

1 86 1. 532 A Roman study. 

6, Cromiae/i Place. 

1862. 149 Lady Elizabeth Grosvenor. 

102, Piccadilly. 
1867. 5S2 Portrait of a lady. 

CHORLEY and CONNOR. 

Architects. 
_.„ IS. i'ark Jiow, Leeds. 

1888. 1732 Chapel and schools, Leeds. 
'753 A residence at Leeds. 

1889. 1844 Radborne Church, Derby. 

1890. 1S27 Stables, Askham Hall, York. 
1890 Leeds and County Liberal 

Club. 

1 89 1. 1846 Gipton Farm, near Leeds. 

CHOVEAUX, L. N Architect. 

2, Uliitehall Place. 
181 7. 920 Column of the Place Vendome 
at Paris. 



CHRISTIAN, B Painter. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 
1780. 404 A view of Burghley Hall. 
405 do. do. 

CHRISTIAN, Miss Clara L. 

Painter. 

T,},, Tite Street, Chelsea. 
1898. 949 Poppies. 

38, Cheyne Walk. 
1900. 347 Pear blossom. 
4'o The letter. 

CHRISTIAN, Mrs. Edward (Eleanor 

E-) Miniature Painter. 

S, Great Randolph Street. 

1843. 953 Miss Meyer. 

1057 Portrait of a gentleman. 

32, Morni/igton Road. 

1844. 819 Miss Shaw Lefevre, daughter 

of the Speaker. 

1845. 960 Henry Cookes, Esq., Bengal 

Artillery. 
968 Mrs. George R. Stevenson. 
52, Frie den stein Terrace, 

Mornington Road. 

1846. 771 Julia; portrait. 

906 Posthumous portrait of a young 

lady. 
1 109 Miss Helena Shaw Lefevre, 
second daughter of the 
Speaker. 

52, Mornington Road. 

1847. 981 Webster T. Gordon, Esq., 66th 

Infantry. 

14, Harley Street. 
1854. 1041 Duncan W. Macluse, Esq. 

CHRISTIAN, Ewan Architect. 

At Mr. Ha hers lion's, 

61, Mortimer Street. 

1833. 980 Design for a mausoleum. 

1834. 992 Lodge and park entrance, etc. 

II, Wigmore Street. 

1835. loii New church at Kendall. 
1843. 1246 do. Hildenborough, 

near Tunbridge. 

44, Bloomsbury Square. 

1846. 1236 Doorway of Skelton Church, 

near York. 
1278 New church at Pembury, Kent. 

1847. >'98 Imperial Insurance Company. 
1284 do. do. 

1848. 1275 Church of St. Mary, Scar- 

borough. 

1850. 1 115 Church at Wickham Bishops, 

Essex. 
1147 Abnalls, near Lichfield; for 
Rev. W. Gresley. 

1851. 265 Church at Wickham Bishops. 



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lo, Whitehall Place. 

1854. 1227 Interior of St. Luke's, Miiry- 

lebone. 

1855. 1214 Collegiate church of St. Peter, 

Wolverhampton, etc. 

1242 Interior, Carlisle Cathedral, 
etc. 
1874. 1136 "The Highlands," Gloucester- 
shire. 

1138 Church of St. Mark, Leicester, 
etc. 

1 197 " The Highlands," Gloucester- 
shire. 
1879. 1068 Glyndebourne, Sussex, etc. 

CHRISTIE, Alexander, A.R.S.A. 

Painter. 

20, Forth Street, Ediiiburgh. 
1853. 235 A window seat at Withenberg, 
1526, — Luther, the married 
priest. 

CHRISTIE, Alex Painter. 

154, Strand. 
1839. 1041 Thomas Featherstone, author 
of " Midsummer days in 
Italy." 

CHRISTIE, Archibald H. ... Painter. 

15, Hamilton Terrace, N. IV. 

1898. 154 Psyche. 

1606 Design for a nobleman's coun- 
try house. 

CHRISTIE, Ernest Painter. 

Sunnybank, Redhill. 
1889. S99 Near Walberswick, Suffolk. 
1891. 937 A Surrey bit. 

St. Albans, Godstone Road, 

Caterham Valley. 
1904. 481 The old mill. 

CHRISTIE, Faraday Painter. 

Broadstairs, Kent. 

1899. 547 Petit Port, Guernsey. 

CHRISTIE, F. H Painter. 

12, Royal Parade, Blackheath. 
1874. 1384 Port Mendwy, Cardigan Bay. 
1876. Ill The cliffs of Slieve League. 

CHRISTIE, Henry C Sculptor. 

1 1 , Cheyne Walk. 

1886. 1779 Spring; group. 

1 1 , Clieyne Gardens. 

1887. 17S2 An ancient trick; group. 

1888. 2067 The scout; statue. 

1889. 2035 A note of triumph; group. 
2047 Miss Annie Rogers; bust. 

1S90. 1968 A forest tragedy; group. 



1891. 2029 The moss trooper; statuette. 

1892. 1856 Wounded tiger. 

19+3 An African monarch; statuette. 

1893. 1672 Tiger basking. 
1764 Old age. 

St. Albans, Caterham Valley. 
1904. 1996 Study of a gnu; wax. 

CHRISTIE, James Elder .. Painter. 

4, Limerson Street. 
i&TJ. 3 The first dii). 

1878. 1390 Introductionof Christianity into 

Britain; Christian mission- 
aries interrupting a human 
sacrifice. 
Trafalgar Studios, Kin^s Rd. 

1879. 1035 Theblacksmith's daughter sing- 

ing in the village choir. 

Glebe House, Chelsea. 
1881. 491 The Pied Piper of Hamelin. 
1883. 359 Tam O'Shanter. "Kings may 
be blest but Tam was glori- 
ous, etc." 
449 Rip van Winkle. 
902 The Queen's birthday. 

1885. 624 "We twa hae paidl't in the 

burn." 
1099 Daughters of Samuel Page, 
Esq. 

81, High .Street, Pimlico. 

1886. 27 Youthful Poachers. 

397 " Happy if her touch can trace 
the features of another face 
loved long ago." 
Bolton House, Church .Street, 
Chelsea. 

1887. 516 A mouse in the cupboard. 

1888. 1104 Little timidity. 

186, King's Road, Chelsea. 

1889. 1212 A lion in the path. 

1890. 272 The Rev. James Legge, D.D., 

Oxford. 
557 Lulu. 
605 Queen's College, Oxford, from 

Logic Lane. 

1892. 422 Phosphor. 

1893. 20 The red fisherman. 

1894. 68 Dawn. 

744 A summer day. 

1895. 432 Chips of the old block. 

1899. 147 "Gather ye rosebuds while ye 

may, old time is still a-flying." 

1900. 104 The pixies' ring. 
565 School bore'd. 

CHRISTIE, Robert Painter. 

15, Hamilton Terrace, N.IV. 

1893. 690 Love's labour lost. 

1894. 23s Mrs. Alfred Tate. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Christie, Robert — continued. 

1895. 248 Eric, youngest son of Alfred 
Tate, Esq. 
592 The lament. 

1898. 230 R. D. Oliver, Esq. 

376 Portrait of a gentleman. 
16, Fort is Green Road, 

East Finchley. 

1899. 903 Mrs. Graham. 

21, St. John's Wood Road. 

1903. 682 Portrait of a lady. 

CHRISTIE, Mrs. R. (Lily W.). 

Painter. 
16, Fortis Green Road, 

East Finchley. 
1899. 35 The bath. 
114 Grace. 

23, St. John's Wood Road. 
1902. 59 Morning in the nursery. 

1904. 104 Grandmother's stories. 

CHRISTIE, Miss Vera Painter. 

16, York Street Chambers, 

Bryanston Square. 
1894. 1462 Study of a head. 
1898. 255 Heloise. 

CHRISTMAN, J Painter. 

Mr. Gwynn's, 100, Long Acre. 
1783. 234 A trained sparrow, hawk and 
partridge. 

CHRISTMAS, Thomas C... Painter. 

1 3, Goiver Street. 

181 9. 229 Wolfe, the property of H. 

Hoare, Esq. 

1820. 304 Study of dogs. 

CHRISTOPHER, John Thomas. 

Architect. 

30, Fanton Place. 

1854. 1 1 37 Design for a college in honour 

of Duke of Wellington, etc. 

CHRISTOPHER and WHITE. 

Architects. 

16, Bloomsbury Square. 

1882. 1214 Boat House, Waliingford-on- 

Thames. 
1220 Stabling at Broadlands, Ascot. 

1883. 1190 New font, St. Mary's Church, 

Watford. 
1885. 1795 West Hoathly Railway Inn. ' 
1887. 1641 105, etc., Oxford Street. j 

18S9. 1969 Cafe Monico, Shaftesbury 

Avenue. 



CHRISTY, Miss Josephine. ..Painter. 

Boynton Hall, Chelmsford. 

1894. 1141 Phyllis. 

1895. 1002 Sunset glow on Florence and 

Fiesole. 

CHURCH Painter. 

Opposite Church, Rotherhithe, 
1 80 1. 602 Sea view. 

CHURCH, Arthur Herbert, F.R.S., 

F.S.A Painter. 

(Professor of Chemistry to the Royal 
Academy.) 

9, Bedford Roiv. 
1854. 1115 The Vine. 
1856. 70 Just gathered. 

Royal Agricultural College, 

Cirencester. 

1866. 283 Willapark, Cornwall. 

1867. 369 Crinnis do. 
1870. 974 Bedruthan do. 

CHURCH, Frederick Edwin. 

Painter. 

New York. 
1S52. 1089 Natural Bridge in Virginia, 
U.S.A. 

CHURCHYARD, Thomas ...Painter. 

Woodbridgr, Suffolk. 
1 83 1. 529 A drawing from nature. 
837 do. do. 

CIPRIANI, Captain Sir Henry. 

Painter. 

Hedge Lane. 
1781. 54 Portrait of a young nobleman. 

CIPRIANI, John Baptist, R.A. 

Painter. 
At Mr. Forsyth's, Broad St., 
Carnaby Market. 

1769. 19 Cephalus and Procris. 
20 The Annunciation. 

Next to the Meuse Gate, 

Hedge Lane. 

1770. 40 The rape of Dejanira. 

41 The design for the head piece 
of the diploma, given by His 
Majesty to the Academi- 
cians; a drawing. 
236 Thefall of thegiants; a drawing. 

1 77 1. 39 The muses. 

40 Four drawings. 

1772. 4S Marsias and Apollo. 

1774. 36 Perceus unchaining Andro- 
meda from the rock. 

37 Vertumnus and Pomona. 

3S The Death of Cleopatra; a 
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1776. 61 The rape of Orythia. Ovid, 
" Met." 
r~ The death of Dido. 
5-! do. Cleopatra. 



1779- 



CIPRIANI, Nazareno Painter. 

rjo G. Squire, 293, Oxford St. 
18SS. 12S1 Earatteri Bridge, Venice. 

1334 The courtyard of St. Gregorio, 
Venice. 

48, Via Margiitta, Rome. 
1889. 1354 Toward evening in the Lagiine, 
Venice. 

CISERA, A Painter. 

I 7, .Sy. Steplien's Square, 

Baysivater. 
1870. 3?i Christ carried to the sepulchre. 

CIVILETTI, B. Sculptor. 

Palermo. 
1876. 1394 The young Dante, etc. 

CLABBURN, Arthur E. Painter. 

.Sunninghill, Thorpe, Nonvich. 

1875. 1064 Miss Fanny Jecks. 

25, Eastbourne Terrace. 

1876. 1142 A portrait. 

159, High Street, Nottifig Hill. 
1879. 1397 Portrait of a lady. 

CLACK, Richard Augustus... Painter. 

3, Clarendon Street. 

1830. 151 A pastoral scene. 

1831. 67 My sister from home. 

1832. 1002 Miss Anne Oke Clack. 
1090 John .S. Clark, Esq. 

56, Charlotte Street. 
1833- 394 Miss Louisa Clark. 

1836. 599 Portrait of a lady. 
S59 do. do. 

888 Rev. Thomas Sheepshanks. 

1837. 25 Rev. Cort Huthersal. 

1838. 659 The children of J. D., Esq. 

1839. 743 The mountain ash. 

54, Upper John Street. 
1842. 149 Mrs. Gendall. 

64, St. Sidwell Street, Exeter. 

1846. 408 Portrait of a lady. 
420 Mrs. Reece. 

1847. 351 Lieut.-Col. Ellis, C.B. 

1849. 250 The late Thomas Gray, the 

railway pioneer. 

1850. 1234 The cottage girl. 

1852. 715 Sir Stafford Northcote, Bart. 
1302 John Wreford, Esq. 

1853. 285 William Wills Hooper, Esq., 

Mayor of Exeter for the 
years 185 1 and 1852. 



7 1 , Paris Street, Exeter. 

1854. 1299 Mrs. Treadwin. 

1855. 407 Charles Langley, Esq. 
464 Mrs. Charles Langley. 

1856. 9S4 Miss Kekewich and Miss 

Louisa, daughters of Samuel 
Trehawke Kekewich, Esq. 
Gardner House, Hampslead. 

1857. 83S Miss Elizabeth Clack of Chud- 

leigh, Devon. 
7, Holly Place, Hampslead. 
1867. 780 Sunset — Hampstead Heath. 
781 Noon on Hampstead Heath. 

CLACK, Thomas Painter. 

Coi'entry. 

1851. 638 "I want to know what it says 

— the sea, Floy, what is it 

that it keeps on saying? "^ 

Dombey. 

1853. 165 " Sleep, gentle sleep, etc." 
483 Idleness. 

1854. 1363 Industry. 

5, Southampton Street, 

Mornington Crescent. 

1855. 53 The Tore Waterfall, Killarney. 

School 0/ Art, Limerick. 

1858. 12S Alois Brousel. 

997 The return. " But sorrow, alas, 
etc." 
46, Clifton Road, 

.';t./oh?i's IVood. 
1S63. 33 Miss Lowe. 

670 Ashore. 
1864. 497 Remembrance. 
1869. 195 A peep from an old three- 
decker. 

Vernon Lodge, Gunnersbury, 
1 88 1. 124 "When the golden sun was 
sinking." 
17, Fairlawn Avenue, Chiswick. 
1 89 1. 1424 A lane at Hindhead, Surrey. 

CLACY, Miss Ellen Painter. 

22, Princess Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 

1872. 802 La Girondiste. 

70, Gloucester Road, 

Regent's Park. 

1873. 782 The missing playfellow. 
784 Juliet. 

972 The Adoration. "Ave Maria! 
'tis the hour of prayer." 

1874. 90 Vesper song. 

1388 The list of Conspirators. 

1875. 809 Parham Chapel. 

137, Gloucester Road. 

1876. 841 Old and Grey. 

1877. 676 The organ loft. 

1880. loii The shadow in the home. 



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Clacy, Miss 'E.Wcn^continued. 
iSJJo. 149+ The night watch. 

93, Fitzroy Rd., Primrose Hill. 

1881. 934 A bad day's worli. 

1882. 544 Hands full and heart full. 

1884. 14! "The treasure we saved last 

night from the wreck of the 
' Helga.' " 

1885. 415 Will Myers, ratcatcher and 

poacher. 

1886. 747 The cry from the snowdrift. 

1887. 914 The return of the prodigal in 

the year of the (ireat Plague, 
1665. 

1888. 659 " What 's this dull town to me? 

Robin 's not near." 

39, Fitzroy Street. 
1S89. 367 Ahunted Jewess, France, 1610. 

1 89 1. 730 The fiagmaker. 

1892. 336 "The sound in the wind." 
843 The letter. 

1893. 799 Love's relenting. 

1894. 9Z3 The Saracen maid seeking Gil- 

bert a Beckett in London. 

1896. 383 The white moth. 

1897. 1000 The sound of the beloved's 

footsteps. 
1900. 345 War news in the streets, Eng- 
land, 1900. 

CLAPHAM, Frederick D. 

Architect. 

Fryern Hoxise, Eltham. 

1899. '^34 Designfor a convalescent home. 

CLARE, George Painter. 

173, Bristol St., Birmingham. 
1864. 356 Plums, etc. 

1866. 305 Grapes and strawberries. 

20, Icknield Street West, 

Birmingham. 

1867. 51 Plums and strawberries. 

CLARE, Oliver Painter. 

37, Walbrook. 
1883. 852 Plums and Greengages. 

CLARE, T, Painter. 

St. Albans. 
1831. 572 Landscape composition. 

CLARE, Miss Painter. 

3, Oval Road, Camden Town. 
1858. 137 Camelias and azaleas. 

CLARK Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1777. 389 A view of the city and suburbs 
of Oporto in Portugal, taken 
on the spot. I 



1778. 3S4 A view of the entrance to the 
river Douro in Portugal, with 
the town and castle of St. 
John's. 

CLARK, Alec D Architect. 

30, Biymner Street, 

Greenock, N.B. 
7903. i^g? Dining hall. 

CLARK, Christopher Painter. 

\j„ Jubilee Place, Chelsea. 

1900. 1645 The attempt to save the guns 

at Colenso. 

1901. 1 163 Ubique. 

1903. 802 The orchard, Hougoumont, 

June 18, 1815. 
804 27th Inniskillings in square, 

June 18, 1815. 
1363 His Majesty the King and 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 

1904. 1349 Cossacks crossing the Yalu. 

CLARK, C. W Painter. 

5, Upper John Street, Stepney. 

1839. 283 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1840. 29S John Bull, Esq. 

299 Portrait of a gentleman, 
10, Pinner's Hall, 

Old Broad Street. 

1 84 1. ;o Portrait of my friend. 
186 do. a lady. 

386 Frederick Natusch, Esq. 
10, Turners' Hall. 

Old Broad Street. 
1843. 32 Rev. William PuUen. 

213 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CLARK, Dixon Painter. 

3, Mabel Terrace, 

B I ay don-on- Tyne. 

1890. 870 Startled by thunder. 

1 89 1. 150 Haymaking. 

1 1 16 Queen of the meadows. 
1 1 24 Cattle on the sea shore. 

Oakfield, Whickham. 

1902. 690 Cattle in the park. 

CLARK, Miss Dorothy M. 

Miniature Painter. 
19, Cavendish Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1903. 1 174 Portrait of a lady. 

CLARK, Edward O Designer. 

76, Finsbury Pavement. 
1900. 1 761 Design for sideboard. 
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CLARK, Miss Evelyn Perceval. 

Painter. 

9, Queen Anne's Gardens, 

Bedford. 
1900. 127 Mimosa at Mentone. 

80, Lansdowne Road, IF. 
1904. 6+7 On a roof in Florence. 

793 In the village of Saint Luc, 
Val d'Anniviers. 

CLARK, Francis Painter. 

39, Arlington Street. 

1854. 309 The Corsair's bride. 
599 Study for St. Peter. 

1855. 57 A pleasant reverie. 
257 A study of fruit. 

138, Southampton Hojc. 
1865. 15 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CLARK, G Painter. 

2, Union Street, Lambeth. 
1806. 624 A flower piece. 

CLARK, Miss Harriet Painter. 

Sunnycroft, Pinner. 

1902. 930 La Scala del Bargello, Flor- 

ence. 

CLARK, H. Fuller Architect. 

2,0, John Street, Bedford Row. 

1903. 1660 Residence, Westcliffe-on-Sea. 

CLARK, J Painter. 

10, Princes Court, 

Story's Gate. 
1802. 304 View above Rochester Bridge. 
494 View below do. 

27, Dartmouth Street. 
1S03. 5S0 Tunbridge. 
1804. 597 Milford Haven. 

CLARK, James Painter. 

Belgrave House, 

278, King's Road. 

1881. 545 Hagar and Ishmael. 

Sunnyside, Foggy Furse, 

Hartlepool. 

1882. 715 Friendship. 

1883. 267 Man of the world. Fz^^ " Pil- 

grim's Progress." 

1884. S71 The triplet daughters of Cap- 

tain W. J. Young. 

16, Bolton Studios. 

1885. 134 David. 

1886. 429 Magnificat. 

1887. 650 Mary and Martha preparing for 

Christ. 
Ash Cottage, Quill Lane, 

Putney. 

1888. 406 Stoic and epicure. 
II. 



1889. 


275 




543 




552 


1890. 


722 


I89I. 


43" 




733 


1892. 


44 




352 




564 


1893. 


127 




S47 


1894. 


.48 




220 


1895. 


602 




848 


1896. 


514 




879 


1898. 


180 




478 


1900. 


38 


1901. 


540 




S55 



1902. 348 



Portrait of a lady. 
Mrs. Landsverk. 
Cold fingers. 
Sultana. 

10, Victoria Grove, 

Fulham Road. 
Supplanted. 
Mrs. Feetham. 
"And the child grew, etc." 
Tales of fair Cashmere. 
Mrs. Fairlie of Myres. 
Mr. Pollok of Middleton, Ayr. 
Katie, daughter of \V. H. Dun- 
lop, Esq. 
Unveiled. 
J. F. Farrar, Esq. 
The Parable of the ten Virgins. 
Mrs. F. A. Fairlie. 
Tub time. 

His favourite flower. 
The Adoration of the Shep- 
herds. 
The garden of sleep. 
Coaxing. 

Frederick Marriott, Esq. 
A lingering good night. 

10, Netherton Grove, 

West Brampton. 
Christmas. 



CLARK, John Architect. 

27, Parliament Street. 
1848. 1 1 13 Italian villa for William Inglis, 
Esq. 

CLARK, John Heaviside Painter. 

27, Dartmouth Street, 

Westminster. 

1812. 441 Lieutenant,nowCaptain,Blyth, 

with the boats of the Quebec 
frigate, the Raven and Exer- 
tion brigs, the Alert and 
Princess Augusta cutters, on 
the 3rd August, 181 1, off the 
island of Nordeney, gallantly 
boarding four French gun 
vessels, each carrying a long 
twelve-pounder in the bow, 
two long six-pounders and 
swivels on the quarter, and 
twenty-five men. 
470 Chalk cliffs. 

1 81 3. 792 A lime-hoy. 

1814. 528 The sailor's story. "The oars 

adjusted haste them on their 
course, etc." 
669 The sailor's story. "My 
hearties, let us come aboard, 
said he, etc." 

K 



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Clark, John Heaviside — continued. 

iSi8. 6S8 View of Wade, near Havant, 

Hants. 
1825. 443 Afraniecontainingfoursketches 
from thepoemofthc'rourna- 
ment. 

9, Symond's Inn. 
1832. 1105 Sketch of the south transept of 
Netley Abbey. 

CLARK, John S... .Miniature Painter. 

Oakfield Whkkham, 

near Neuicastk-on- Tyne. 
1 90 1. 1 34 1 Miss Brown. 

CLARK, Joseph Benwell Painter. 

396, Camden Road. 
18S0. no Henry Scott Tuke. 

22, King Henry's Road. 
1S86. 615 Corydon and Phyllis. 
1887. 965 The pedlar. 

1891. 605 The hill barn. 
1595 Labour. 

1892. 1513 Alone. After Joseph Clark. 

1893. 70 After the attack on Sherpur. 

" All the villages and en- 
closures between Sherpur 
and Cabul were entirely de- 
serted. ... So hurried had 
been the Afghan dispersal 
that the dead lay unburied 
where they had fallen, etc." 
Painted with V. M. Hamil- 
ton. 

1894. 896 The guides at Sherpur, 1879. 

Painted with V. M. Hamil- 
ton.' 

CLARK, J. M Architect. 

At Mr. Lloyd's, 

I, Upper Stamford Street. 
1829. 1057 Design for a cenotaph. 

Ipstvicii. 

1846. 1216 Hall of Commerce, Her Ma- 

jesty's Customs and Excise, 
etc. 

1847. '242 Brandeston Hall, the residence 

of Charles Austen, Esq. 

CLARK, J. W Enamel Painter, 

2, Prince's Street, 

Finsbury Square. 
1824. 618 Portrait in enamel, from the 
life. 

CLARK, J. Wait Painter. 

U'estoe Road, South Sliields. 
1900. 1309 On Whitley Sands. 



CLARK, Miss Louise Campbell. 

Miniature Painter. 
99, Park Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1887. 1409 Miss Norah Beneckc. 

9, Gloucester Road. 

1890. 1508 The artist's mother. 

1 89 1. 1S04 William George, youngest son 

of Major and the Hon. Mrs. 
Stirling. 

CLARK, M Architect. 

Ciiatham Place, 

Old Kent Road. 

1 83 1. 1052 Design for a private bath in a 

nobleman's park. 

CLARK, Miss Mary Painter. 

Tower. 
1844. 422 A study. 

1846. 305 Leilia. 

1847. 348 Rose Bradwardine. 

564 Lady Jane Grey in the Brick 

Tower. 
900 A portrait. 

1848. 267 "Oh, Nanny, wilt thou gang 

wi' me?" 

CLARK, Miss Mary Brodie ..Painter. 

Syon Park House, Brentford. 
1902. 333 Tamlane. 

CLARK, Miss R. E Painter. 

2, Brecknock Studios. 
1899. 363 "Among a bed of lilies I have 
sought, etc." 

CLARK, Robert L Sculptor. 

8, Keynsham Terrace, 

Cheltetiham. 
1895. 1665 Psyche, Cupid and Fortuna; 
relief, marble. 
Christchurch House, 

Malvern Road, Cheltenham. 
1 90 1. 1 7 10 Cupid; statuette. 

CLARK, Thomas, ^.^.5.^. ...Painter. 
10, Bolingbroke Row, 

Walworth. 
1830. 1 1 19 Design for a Theatre. 

1832. 516 View of Chichester Cross. 

\, Montpelier St., Woolwich. 

1833. 738 Composition. 

10, Hanley Terrace, 

Camden Town. 
1840. 364 View on the coast. 

365 View on the Seine, Normandy. 
Monkbarnes, Haverstock Hill. 
1844. 467 View on the coast — Pegwell 
Bay. 



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3, Melbourne Grove West, 

Bromptoii. 

1857. 630 An English homestead — Surrey. 

1858. 25 Hambledon Common. 

II, Castle Terrace, Edinburgh. 

1862. 584 Lustleigh Cleave, Devonshire. 
608 A Highland salmon river. 

1863. 689 The orchard walk, springtime — 

Ightham, Kent. 
1870. 758 Interior of old private chapel at 
the Moat. 

CLARK, W. T Architect. 

Haiutnersmitli. 
1826. 864 The suspension bridge at Ham- 
mersmith. 
992 do. do. 

1830. 1043 do. at Great Marlow. 
1070 do. River Moldaw, at 

Prague in Bohemia. 

1 83 1. 999 The suspension bridge, St. 

James's Park. 
1054 The suspension bridge. Shore- 
ham, for the Duke of Nor- 
folk. 

1832. 1014 New pier at Gravesend. 
1836. 1004 New bridge over the Avon at 

Bath. 
1839. II 18 Suspension bridge across the 
Danube between Pest and 
Buda. 

1844. 1056 Design for the Water Temple 

and fountains for supplying 
the city of Pest in Hungary 
with water. 

1845. 1262 Suspension bridge over the 

Danube, at Pesth in Hun- 
gary. 

CLARK and HUTCHINSON. 

Architects. 

2%, John Street, Bedford Row. 

1894. 1564 Church near Preston. 

1896. 1754 New County Council offices, 

Durham. 

1897. 1745 Proposed memorial church. 

CLARK and MOSCROP. 

Architects. 
Felthams, Darlington. 

1895. 1570 Municipal Buildings, Darling- 

ton. 

1898. 1620 Gallery and ballroom. 

1803 New church, St. Luke's parish, 
Darlington. 

1899. 1776 New spire, Saltburn church. 
1833 Alterations to church, Loftus 

in Cleveland. 
1904. 1495 North Eastern Bank, Darling- 
ton. 



CLARK-HARDY, Miss Ida. See H. 

CLARKE, A. Painter. 

Islington. 

181 7. 20 Landscape: composition. 

CLARKE, A. A Painter. 

Parade, Taunton. 

1 85 1. S24 Holford Glen. 

CLARKE, Miss Ada Painter. 

6, Kidbrooke Grove, 

Blackheath. 
1898. 736 My model. 

CLARKE (Sir Andrew) and BELL 
(E. Ingress) Architects. 

War Office. 
1885. 1957 A ward of a military hospital. 
1958 General view, do. 

CLARKE, Miss Bertha . ... Painter. 

51, Upperton Gardens, 

Eastbourne. 
1894. 941 Blossoms. 

High Combe, 

Old Charlton, Kent. 
1897. 143 " The year 's at the spring, the 
day 's at the morn." 

CLARKE, Caspar Painter. 

35, Clarendon Square. 

1857. 244 Near Belsize Park. 

I, Queen's Square, Bloomsbury. 

1858. 214 View from Highgate Wood, 

looking towards Hornsey. 

CLARKE, C. A Painter. 

At Mr. Petd's, 

1 8, St. James's Place, 

Hampstead Road. 

1818. 248 A woodside. 

4, Wart-en Place. 
1820. 1 84 Landscape. 

9, Nassau Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1822. 70 View near the New Forest, 
Hampshire. 

CLARKE, C.J Architect. 

13, Stratford Place. 

1852. 1165 Church restorations: Egerton, 

Kent; Beddington, Surrey; 
Halstead, Esse.\ ; Watton, 
Herts ; Ardington, Berks ; 
Brenchley, Kent, etc. 
1210 Cockermouth Church, Cum- 
berland. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



CLARKE, C. Macdonald Painter. 

Gainsl'oroui^h House, 

Bournemouth. 
1 88 1. 503 A liule village maid. 

CLARKE, E Painter. 

2, Ecckston Square. 
1S42. 195 Fruit. 

CLARKE, Miss E. 

Miniature Painter. 
136, Bond Street. 
1799. 764 A frame containing the por- 
traits of the Hon. Mrs. Hill, 
Mrs. Derrington, Mr. I'Abbe 
du Pain, Mr. Maitland, and 
Miss Carey. 

CLARKE, Edward Architect. 

6, Adam Street, Adelphi. 
1878. 1166 Design for a Colonial House 

of Legislature. 
1880. 1161 Bootle Town Hall. 

M9S Fine Art Gallery in a provincial 
town. 

CLARKE, Edward Francis C. 

Architect. 

II, Mitre Court Chambers. 
1872. 1167 Church at Wood Green. 

1237 New church, St. Paul, Wood 
Green, Staffordshire. 

19, Buckingham Street. 
1873- 772 Moonlight on the Thames. 

1 176 New chancel, Christ Church, 
Wolverhampton. 

10, Sergeant's Inn. 
1S75. 968 New house for Spencer Wells, 
Esq. 
'047 do. at Hampstead. 
1876. 10+4 Priory House Hotel, Walsall, 

etc. 
1S77. u+5 House at Rotherham, York- 
shire. 

1878. 1053 New hall for music at Tice- 

hurst, Sussex. 
1078 Church of St. Peter, Motting- 
ham, Kent. 

1879. io8z ChurchofSt. Mary, Woolwich. 
18S1. io8i New church at Rotherham. 

CLARKE, Miss Emmeline Thornton. 
Miniature Painter. 

Glen Leigh, Haringay Park, 

, IT Crouch End. 

i»9o. 1135 Happy memories. 
1899- 'Jso Daisy, wife of Dr. |ohn Broad- 
bent. 



CLARKE, F Painter. 

, 19, Strand. 

1 8 19. 1068 Fountain of the Innocents in 
the Market Place, Paris. 

CLARKE, Frederick Painter. 

I, Brinces Street. 

1834. 562 St. Germains on Laye, a.d. 

1698: King James II, 
Prince Charles Edward, etc., 
etc., on the terrace. 

1835. 651 Tepalen. " The sun had sunk 

behind vast Tomerit, etc." 
Painted with S. Clarke. 

52, JVew Bond Street. 
1S46. 2S2 A study from nature. 

1847. 279 Dead game. 

Leicester. 

1848. 97 One shot and the other 

frightened. 

1866. 365 Brace of partridges. 
460 do. grouse. 

1867. 274 Snipes. 

13, 0/d Cavendish Street. 
1870. 248 Rabbit and Ruff. 
464 Teal and moorhen. 

CLARKE, G Sculptor. 

24, Ann .Street, Birmingham. 
1821. 1104 Bust of the Rev. Dr. Parr. 

78, Drury Lane. 

1825. 987 Bust of W. Macready, Esq. 

1 00 1 Marble bust of W. Hamper, 
Esq., F.S.A. 

1826. 1046 Marble bust of the late Dr. 

Samuel Parr, etc. 

2, Museum Street. 
1828. 1 187 The Rev. Dr. Maltby, to be 

executed in marble. 
1S30. 1238 Bust in marble of Dr. Heath. 
'^°6 do. Basil Mon- 

tague, Esq. 
1247 Bust in marble of the Rev. Dr. 
Buller, Head Master of 
Shrewsbury. 

I, University Street. 
1833. >'+5 Bust in marble of John Ma- 
thewman, Esq. 
115+ Bust in marble of Sir Charles 

Cockerell. 
1169 Bust in marble of Charles 

Saville Henley, Esq. 
1174 Bust in marble of the Rev. R. 

Brandling. 
1190 Bust in marble of Charles Sil- 
vestre, Esq., for the Philo- 
sophical room at Derby. 
1S34. 1030 Marble bust of the late Rajah 
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1S34. 1070 Marble bust of the Earl of 
Guilford. 
10S7 Marble bust of John Spottis- 

woode, Esq. 
1099 Marble bust of Lady Burrell. 
34, Goiver Place. 
1S39. 1357 Marble bust of Colonel Thomp- 
son, late M.P. for Hull. 



CLARKE, George Frederick. 

Painter. 

14, Walpok Street, Chelsea. 
186S. 15-; Portrait of a lady. 
1872. 159 Music. 

393 T. Alexander, Esq. 

CLARKE, George Row ... Architect. 

27, Great James Street. 

1856. 1074 Design submitted in competi- 
tion, Rotherham Grammar 
school, with W. J. Worthing- 
ton. 

185S. 1047 Pavilion steps to esplanade, 
etc., Cowley Manor, Glou- 
cestershire. 

1872. 790 Plas Mawr, Conway. 

855 Severn End, Worcestershire, 
the seat of Sir E. Lechmere, 
Bart. 
1172 Westminster Abbey, approach 
to Henry VH's chapel. 

1873. 736 The old palace, Conway. 
1877. 7^^ ^'^ old Worcestershire farm- 
house. 

1883. 1 1 77 Wolverton House, East Bar- 
sham, Norfolk. 

CLARKE, George Somers. 

Architect. 

Architects office, 

New Houses of Parliament. 

1842. 1142 Design for a Museum. 

10, Claremont Place. 

1843. ■^°9 North porch of the Cathedral 

of Chartres. 
1845. 1 176 Hotel de Ville, Louvaine. 

52, Tavistock Street. 
1849. "7^ County Lunatic Asylum, Lin- 
coln. 
1852. 1238 Priory church of St. Peter, 
Dunstable, etc. 
Buckingham Chambers, 

Adelphi. 
1855. iz6o Cowley Manor, Gloucester- 
shire, the seat of James 
Hutchinson, Esq. 
1279 Wood Street, Cheapside, for 
Manx Brown and Co. 



2, Brunsivick Street. 
185S. 999 The Garden and Waterworks, 

Cowley Manor. 
i860. 659 Cart's Charity Estate, Smith- 
field, etc. 
675 Merchant Seamen's Orphan 
asylum, Snaresbrook. 

20, Cockspur Street. 

1 861. 668 The Blind Asylum, Brighton. 

1862. S63 Design, Banstead schools. 

1S65. iic3 Interior of the chapel of Mer- 
chant Seamen's Orphan 
Asylum, Snaresbrook. 

1866. 7S9 London Station and Hotel of 

Midland Railway. 
1868. 878 Snaresbrook Asylum, etc. 

1872. 1193 Wyfold Court, O.xfordshire, for 

E. Herman, Esq., M.P. 

1873. 1168 do. do. do. 
1876. 1014 Manor House, Sidmouth. 
1881. 10S6 The Warren, Hayes Common. 

mo do. do. do. 

CLARKE, H Miniature Painter. 

19, Tonhridge Place. 
1834. S56 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CLARKE, H. Chatfield Architect. 

63, Bishopsgate Street Within. 
1896. 1611 176, Tottenham Court Road. 
1899. 1665 15, Devonshire Square, E.C. 

1804 5, Old Queen Street, West- 
minster. 
1903. 1468 New Gresham's School, Holt, 
Norfolk. 

CLARKE, Miss Ida Wilson. 

Sculptor. 

57, Bedford Gardens, 

Campden Hill. 
1884. 1S20 "Laird"; a portrait. 

127, Cheyne ll'alk. 
1886. i860 Labour; group, bronze. 

2 ^, Portland Pd., Holland Pari, 
1888. 1986 Mare and foal; group. 

CLARKE, J Painter. 

Eccleston Street, Pimlico. 

1 84 1. 311 Fruit. 

CLARKE, Jane Painter. 

1833. SS3 Portrait of her nephew. 

York Cottages, Camberwell. 

1842. 1006 View near Bushey Heath. 

1843. 57 View in Cumberland. 

CLARKE, John Painter. 

19, Castle Street, Liverpool. 
1893. 1574 A Cheshire house; garden front. 



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CLARKE, Joseph, /^5.^.... Architect. 
I, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

1845. 1105 Design, St. Mark's church, 

Hamilton Place. 
1226 View of celebrated Norman 

church of St. Mary Barfres- 

ton, Kent. 
1305 Model for a memorial in Surrey. 

"Rectors' Almshouses." 

1846. 1 289 Church at East Crompton. 
ij4i Schools of Braybourn, Kent. 

1847. 1083 New church at Daurbridge, 

Cheshire. 
1140 New church at Rossendale, 

Lancashire. 
1 195 Archbishop Parker's Grammar 

School, Rochdale. 
1203 A church. 

1273 Grammar school, Rochdale. 
1S48. 1269 Church schools at Leigh, near 

Southend. 

1849. ion Charlecote church, Warwick- 

shire, for Mrs. Lucy. 

1 3, Stratford Place. 

1850. 111+ St. Mary and St. Nicholas 

church, Littlemore, Oxon. 
1853. 1 20 1 Culham Diocesan College. 
1855. 1282 Barley Manor, in New Forest, 

for W. C. Drake Esdaile, 

E.sq. 
(Elected F.S.A.) 
1859. 1147 Interior of St. Luke's church, 

Heywood, Lancashire. 
1866. 761 Hoddesden church, etc. 
1870. 743 Interior of St. Mary's church, 

Beddington. 
761 Exterior of St. Mary's church, 

Beddington. 
810 Interior, Parish church. Bishop 

Stortford. 

1873. 1 1 37 Church Institute, etc., Roch- 

dale. 

1874. 1173 All Saint's Church, Brentwood, 

Essex. 
1878. 1039 New Lodge, Beddington Park. 

CLARKE (J.) and NORTON (J.) 

Architects. 
1850. 1 131 Practising school. Stoke House 

in the distance. 
1852. 1221 Gloucester and Bristol Train- 
ing Institution, etc., at Fish- 
ponds, near Bristol. 

CLARKE, Joseph Painter. 

10, Clarence Road, 

Kentish Town. 

1857. 616 The sick child. 

1858. 89 The doctor's visit. 



1859. 



209 



i860. 314 





456 


I86I. 


5.8 




5'9 


1862. 


633 


1863. 


122 


1864. 


330 


1865. 


lOI 


1866. 


114 


1867. 


104 




280 


1868. 


225 




502 


1869. 


491 




855 


1870. 


297 




335 




410 


I87I. 


467 


1872. 


156 




288 




357 


1873- 


140 




183 




469 




478 


1874. 


634 




1386 


1875- 


55 




375 




1.64 




1227 


1876. 


56 




66 




499 




624 


IS77. 


36 




15S 




292 


1878. 


364 



512 



909 



The draught players. " To 

teach his grandson draughts, 

etc." 
25, Belle Vue Villas, Hollou<ay. 
Hagar and Ishmael. " And the 

water was spent in the bottle, 

etc." 
The chess players. 
The Wanderer. 
Restored. 

Preparing for Sunday. 
Albert Villa, Purewell, 

Cliristclmrch, Hants. 
After work. 
The new cap. 
" Goodbye, baby." 
The labourer's reward. 
Sissy's lesson. 
Bricks. 

8, Upper Tollington Road. 
Good-night, father. 
Ruth and Naomi, etc. 
50, Arthur's Road, Holloway. 
The empty cradle. 
Crumbs from a poor man's 

table. 
A visit from the rectory. 
School time. 
The new pet. 
The wayfarers. 
All alone. 
Dumplings. 
Mother's darling. 
Early efforts. 
" Or fairy tales in schooltime 

read, etc." 
" 'Tis good the fainting soul to 

cheer." 
The farmer's woldest da'ter. 

" Zoo, if you'd have a bus'len 

wife, etc." 

394, Camden Road. 
A homely hop. 
The birds' nest. 
A quiet afternoon. 
Private and confidential. 
The sick chicken. 
" Don't touch ! " 
Checkmate. 

A cheap entertainment. 
The Ambulatory at St. Cross, 

Winchester. 
The village chums. 
Left in charge. 
The young mother. 
Early promise. 
A morning call. 
" Up to her lips the rosy palm 

she raises." 
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1880. 
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1884. 
1885. 

1886. 



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1888. 
1889. 



1890. 
1891. 



1893. 



1894. 



1895. 
1896. 



1897. 
1899. 



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The bargain. 

" Jean's wedden day in mornen, 

etc." 
" Hunger is the best sauce." 
" Inasmuch as ye have done it 

unto one of the least, etc." 
"Good-night, father." 
"The expectant wee things, etc." 
The Word of Life. 
A Dorset Cottage. 
Waifs and strays. 
A tempting offer. 
Home triumphant. 
Three httle kittens. 
Homely toil. 
A Hampshire cottage. 
" The very image." 
Borrowed plumes. 
Mother's darling. 
Kitty, Hygy, and Doffy, children 

of James Davis, Esq. 
Home again ! 
The new pet, children of 

George Winch, Esq. 
Golden days. 
A Hampshire dairyman. 
"With smiles of peace and 

looks of love, etc." 
Hazelbury, near Crewkerne, 

Somerset. 
Orphans. "The board is simply 

spread, etc." 
Unexpected visitors. 
Playmates. 
A youthful genius. 
A small tea-party. 
"Children's children are the 

crown of old men." 
" Bless thy little lambs to- 
night." 
The Christmas dole. 
The cup that cheers. 
Playmates. 
23, Greet)croft Gardens, 

South Hampstead. 
Sweets of life. 
An unwelcome guest. 
Northholt, 

Chapter Road, J J 'iUesde>i . 
Beatrice and Gladys, daughters 

of F. Kell, Esq. 
First steps. " I would I had 

been there to see, etc." 
The flower of the flock. 
A red letter day. 
South Hall, 

Kingsgate Road, Winchester. 
Jubilee rejoicings. 
// 'endouree, PimHrRd.,Harrou>. 
War news at St. Cross. 



1900. 601 Dumplings. 

704 " Good-night, daddy." 

1 90 1. 701 Golden days. 

1902. 113 A grave responsibility. 

286 " Many happy returns of tlie 
day." 
Hazlebury, 

1 1 , Stanley Gardens, 

U'illesden Green. 

1903. 631; Left in charge. 

1904. .S3 Spring's message. 

6S8 " Listen to a little child." 

CLARKE, J. S Architect. 

20, Cockspur Street. 
1874. 1 159 Henry Brett and Co., High 
Holborn. 

1205 Residence for G. M. Arnold, 

Esq., at Milton, Kent. 

1206 do. do. do. 

1207 Rectory at Mansfield, Sussex. 

CLARKE, L.J. Graham-, R.C.A. 

Painter. 

Glanrhos, Rhayader, 

South Wales. 

1879. 78 On the river, Pont Aven, Finis- 

terre. 

1880. 226 View of Tangier, Morocco. 

1 88 1. 93 The middle rapids, a salmon 

stream on the upper Wye. 

1882. 1505 The town of Frdgus, Var: the 

ancient Forum Julii. 
1884. 179 A Surrey homestead. 

1 886. 492 Ere spring awakes. 

1887. 208 Winter 's not gone yet. 

CLARKE, Maurice Painter. 

231?, Vaughan Road, Harrow. 
1904. 637 Nancy, daughter of Charles 
Hulbert, Esq. 

CLARKE, Miss Painter. 

Westfield, Bromley. 
1872. 877 View near Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

CLARKE, Miss Minnie E. 

Miniature Painter. 
151, Gloucester Road, .V. //'. 
1897. S59 " Rus in urbe." 
1 90 1. 1361 Shelagh. 

CLARKE, Miss Pollie Painter. 

I, Aleadow Studios, Bushey. 

1893. 367 "Sweet apple blossom blows 

so sweet ! etc." 

1894. 526 Wood nymphs. 

1895. 168 The embarkation of Elaine. 



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CLARKE, R Painter. 

2, Vauxhall Bridge Road. 
\z A calm. 

15, Gloster Terrace, do. 
3S1 Landscape and figures. 

103, Wardour Street. 
319 Cattle — evening. 
429 Chiselhurst Common. 

37, Prince's Street, So/10. 
132 Coast scene. 
437 Landscape and figures. 

103, IVardour .Street. 
498 Landscape and figures. 
727 Chelsea reach. 
116 View on the river Dart, 
do. do. Exe. 

12, Greek Street. 
435 Conway Castle, North Wales 
— moonlight. 

22, Baker Street. 
99 View on the Thames near Nine 

Elms — moonlight. 
137 View on the Thames — moon 

rising. 
786 River scene — moon rising. 

289, Strand. 
493 A River scene. 

I, Holynvood Street. 
588 A River scene — moon rising. 



1825. 
1826. 
1828. 

1830. 

1S31. 
1832. 

1833- 

1836. 

1837- 
1839. 
1844. 
1846. 



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CLARKE, R. E Painter. 

8, Dorset St., Clapham Road. 
1846. 686 River scene — evening. 

CLARKE, Somers, Junr., F.S.A. 

Architect. 

3, Delahay Street, Westminster. 
1871. 89; Interior of All Saints' church, 
West Bromwich, Stafibrd- 
shire. 

1873. 1166 St. Martin's church, Brighton. 
1203 do. do. do. 

1874. 11S2 do. do. do. 

1875. 9io St. Peter's church, Brighton. 
1877. 1080 Dining-room for Hugh Gor- 

ringe, Esq., Kingston House, 
Sussex. 
iioS Dining-room, West House, 
Portland Place, Brighton. 
(Elected F.S.A.) 

6, Delaiiay Street. 
1881. 1069 Design for Pulpit, St. Martin's 
church, Brighton. 

(&« MlCKLETHVVAITE .\ND ClARKE.) 

CLARKE (S.) and MICKLE- 
THWAITE (J. T.) Architects. 

15, Dean's Yard. 
1888. 1853 Church of St. John the Divine, 
Gainsborough. 



1890. 1S94 Reid's New Hotel, Madeira. 
1893. 1615 Seamen's Almshouses, Cowes. 

CLARKE, Samuel Barling ..Painter. 

39, JIart Street, Bloomsbury. 
1854. 31 Autumn. 

4, Huntley Street. 
1856. 466 Italians on an astrice (roof) 
overlooking the Bay of 
Naples. 
1S58. 304 "Italy for thee has young de- 
lights, etc." 
i860. 562 Italian peasant at a fountain. 

1861. 220 Looking out the text. 

1862. 127 The Jew's harp. 

599 The rehearsal — a difficult pass- 
age. 

390, Oxford Street. 

1863. 479 Settling down. 

1864. 61 The stolen bite. 

1865. 323 Toothache: " Try a pipe. Cap- 

tain." 

1868. 258 A modern Friar Tuck. 

1869. 492 Fun. 

] Vat ton, Aylesbury. 
1871. 28 The mid-day gossip. 

The Vines, Amberley. 

1873. 5^5 Lighting grandfather's pipe. 

1874. 682 "Up in the clouds, down in 

the dumps." 



CLARKE, Miss Sophia Childs-. 
Childs. 



See 



CLARKE, Theophilus, A.R.A. 

Painter. 

48, Salisbury .Square. 

1795. 366 Una, from Spenser's "Fairy 

Queen." 
367 A shepherd boy. 

1796. 135 An old man's head. 
327 A portrait. 

410 Solitude. 

29, Half Moo}i Street. 

1797. 57 Portrait of a lady of quality. 
62 do. gentleman. 

192 do. do. 

193 The woodman delays! 
229 Little cottager. 

544 Portrait of a young lady. 
745 do. clergyman. {Mr. 

Antrobus.) 

1798. 205 A man's head; a study. 

443 Portrait of Master Dawson. 
635 do. Master Wake. 

674 do. an artist. 

1799. 49 do. Mr. C. Kemble. 
72 do. Dr. May. 

iSi do. Mrs. Hanway. 

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1799. 276 Portrait of Admiral Gardner. 
567 do. Chev. Ruspini. 
577 do. Captain Epworth. 
636 do. Mr. Kendal. 

31, Clarges Street. 

1800. 129 The pensive girl. 

173 Portrait of a gentleman. 

140 Mrs. Gibbs as Cowslip in the 

"Agreeable surprize." 
253 A Plebeian Beauty. 
273 Portrait of a gentleman. 
795 do. lady. 

I So I. 53 The Countess of Erne. 

172 Lieut. -Col. Stuart Wortley. 
241 Mrs. Day. 

283 Lady Caroline Stuart Wortley. 
339 R. Norman, Esq. 
653 Hon. Col. C. Hope. 
1802. 43 Lord Harvey. 

44 Dorothea: Don Quixote, b. iv, 

ch. I. 
59 Lady Mulgrave. 

163 Lord Mulgrave. 
168 A Landscape. 

256 Mrs. Percy Eraser. 
1S03. 112 The lovers. "Behold, slow 
settling o'er the lurid grave, 
etc." 
Mrs. H. Calvert. 
Adam and Eve; a study for a 

large picture. 
" On the ground outstretch'd 
he lay, etc." 
678 Col. Welsh. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1804. 53 Sir W. Rawlins. 

164 Portraits of brothers. 
236 Portrait of a lady. 
27S Mrs. G. Bethune. 
557 W. Manning, Esq. 

1805. 117 Cottage girl. 

226 Boy playing with a dog. 
279 Miss Merle. 

45, Castle St., Oxford Street. 

1806. 102 Fishing boats. 

174 Peasant Girl overtaken by a 

storm. 

Hayes, Middlesex. 

1807. 16 Juliet. " Some word there was 

far worse thanTibalt's death, 
etc." 
20 Peasant girls gathering fruit. 
116 A girl feeding a kitten. 

141 A Landscape. 

222 Count Woronzow. 

Lawn Place, Shepherd's Bush. 

1808. 39 A view of the common fields at 

Hayes, Middlesex. 
40 The farmer's daughter. 
66 Boy and dog. 



116 
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Hammersmith Terrace. 
1810. 103 Dutch fishermen. 

150 Margate fishing boats going out. 
154 Cardenio relating his story to 
Dorothea, the priest and the 
Barber; a sketch. See Don 
Quixote. 
295 Diana and her nymphs after 
bathing; a sketch. 

CLARKE, Thomas Painter. 

(Pupil of Sir Joshua Reynolds.) 
At Hon. Col. Nugent's, 

/oh/! Street, May/air. 
21 A portrait in oil. 
42 Portraitof an artist; half-length. 
237 A portrait. 
At Mr. Ellis's, 

Little St. Martin's Lane. 
64 Portrait of a young gentleman; 
half-lensth. 



1769. 
1770. 



1775- 



CLARKE, Thomas Chatfield. 

Architect. 

63, Bishopsgate Street. 
1874. 10S4 New premises, St. Bride's, Lud- 
gate Hill. 

1877. 1149 Royal Bank of Scotland, Bis- 

hopsgate Street Within. 

1878. 1071 Houses, 36 and 37, Leaden- 

hall Street. 

CLARKE (T. C.) and SON. 

Architects. 

63, Bishopsgate Street. 
i8gi. 1823 Bishopsgate School for Girls, 
Spittal Square. 

CLARKE, T. H Architect. 

1 7, Burton .Street. 

1830. 1079 Cathedrals of St. Paul's, Salis- 

bury, St. Peter's, Rome, and 
great pyramid, etc. 

1 83 1. 516 Calverley Park, Tunbridge 

Wells. 
1070 Cloisters, St. Stephen's chapel. 
9, Symond's Lnn. 
1833. 990 Elevations of St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral (before the fire), the 
Tower of Mechlin, ofCologne, 
of St. Stephen's, Vienna, of 
Strasburg, and the great 
Pyramid of Egypt, etc. 
1095 New Free Grammar School, 
Birmingham. 

CLARKE, William Painter. 

Claverham House, Worcester. 
i860. 769 Autumn near the mill. 
(5ct' William Clarke Eddington.) 

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CLARKE. W. B Architect. 

9, Chapel Street, Bcdfonl Row. 
1832. 1043 Proposed Botanical garden on 

Primrose Hill. 
1835. 966 Waltham Cross restored, with 
scenery as it most probably 
appeared in the reign of 
Edward I. 

CLARKE, W. Lee Painter. 

29, West Bank, Stamford Hill. 
1903. 1429 Lincoln Cathedral, from south- 
west. 

CLARKE and WARWICK. 

Architects. 

84, Lancaster Road, W. 
1903. 1478 Proposedflats,Shepherd'sBush. 

CLARKSON, A. ...Miniature Painter. 

13, Dorset Terrace. 

1835. 7^^ Portrait of a gentleman. 

1836. 620 do. lady. 

758 Thomas Hillman, Esq. 

CLARKSON, G. H Sculptor. 

9, Princess Street, Sunderland. 
1903. 1S53 Portrait medallion ; bronze. 

CLARKSON, Jane Painter. 

Manor House, Kentish Toicn. 
1840. 357 A street near Rouen. 

CLARKSON (John) and FLINT 

(Samuel) Architects. 

36, Great Ormond Street. 
1877. 1158 Mission house and club, St. 
George the Martyr, Queen's 
Square. 

CLARKSON, Miss Marion F. 

Painter. 

10, Matheson Road, 

West Kensington. 
1 89 1. 885 Much attempted, nothing done. 
8, Gwendwr Road, 

West Kensington. 
1899. 1 5 17 Susanne. 

1901. 68 The sound of the tumbrils, 
Paris, 1793. 
413 When Lubin is away. 
1468 Listening. 

CLARKSON, Robert Painter. 

Huggate, Parklington, 

Y^oyksh ivB 
1885. 388 One of the falls in the Valley 
of Desolation, Bolton Woods, 
Skipton-in-Craven. 



Highgate House, Westbourne 

Park, Scarborough. 
1890. 836 Sketch in the Wolds. 
I, Hadleigh Villas, 

Scarborough. 
1892. 866 Scarborough, South Bay. 

Huggate House, Jl'estbourne 

Park, Scarborough. 
i8g6. 474 The coming thunder storm: 
fetching the pet pony. 

CLARKSON, Tom P Architect. 

7, South Square, Gray's Inn. 
1899. 171S House and stables, etc. 

CLATER, F. R Painter. 

II, Whitehead's Grove. 
1849. 3 55 Outskirts of a common. 
1854. 498 The fishing smacks in view, or 
our boats are in the distance. 

CLATER, Thomas Painter. 

30, Brownlow Square. 
1819. 397 The game at Put, or the cheat 
detected. 
114 Portrait of an artist. 
126 do. a gentleman. 
414 Evening: Cattle and figures ; a 
study from nature. 

1 1, Ticftfield Street. 
190 C. Warren, Esq. 
421 Portrait of a lady. 
612 F. Clater, Esq., author of 
" Every man his own farrier." 
288 Persuasion. 

296 The morning lecture; or late 
hours reproved. 
2, John St., Marlborough Rd. 
192 Portrait of a lady. 
284 Female curiosity. 
403 Christmas in the country. 

2, Marlborough Road. 
1828.- 464 The morning visit. 

1829. 263 Scandal!!! "Only think!" 
II, Whitehead's Grove. 

1830. 199 Romps. 

1831. 378 Mrs. Saunter and her niece. 
Vide the "Spectator." 

1832. 382 The village postman. 

1833. 39S Interiorofafisherman's cottage. 

1834. 3S2 Dirk Hatteraick and Meg Mer- 
rilies in the smuggler's cave. 
"There's the flask." 

1835. 388 The itinerant Savoyard. 

1836. 32 The intercepted letter. 
2n The smuggler's cave. 

1837. 395 Saturday night; or the social 
pinch. 

443 Rehearsing the new ballad. 

1838. 276 The fortune teller. 



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1838. 399 The marriage settlement. 

1839. S6 Jack Sheavehole's return to his 

father's cottage, after a ten 
years' cruise. Vide " Bent- 
ley's Miscellany." 
380 The music lesson. 
1S40. 18 (Octagon room.) Rummaging 
grandmamma's wardrobe. 

1 84 1. 275 The will of Mrs. Margaret 

Bertram, of Singleside. Vide 
" Guy Mannering." 

1842. 213 Reading the letter. "Grey 

Lambert sat down, and as 
he stooped over the letter 
the blushing Anty had after 
much hesitation entreated 
him to read for her, his 
white beard descended to 
his girdle. Anty having 
twisted and untwisted the 
corner of her apron to con- 
ceal her agitation, at last 
pressed her hand on the 
faithful head of ' Bany the 
Beast,' as his old master 
called him, and murmured, 
' Sure it 's far from troubling 
you I'd be if I could read it 
myself " 
1217 The return from Gretna. "Hail, 
blest tear of penitence! etc." 

1845. 127 Dressing the bride. 
462 Waiting an answer. 

1846. H3 The tantalizer. 

1847. 273 The orphan's prayer. 

1848. 148 Luncheon. 
295 Napping. 

1849. 42 Sunday morning. 

1850. 8S4 The pedlar. 

1 85 1. 727 Spring. 

1853. 471 " Now for you. Jack." 

112, Ki tig's Road, Chelsea. 
1859. 956 Striking a bargain. 

CLAUDEL, Camille Sculptor. 

3 1 , Boulevard Port Royal, 

Paris. 
1886. 1832 Une Etude; head, bronze. 

CLAUSEN, George, A.R.A. 

Painter. 
19, Moore Park Rd., Fiilham. 
141 High mass at a fishing village 
on the Zuyder Zee. 

4, Alall, Haverstock Hill. 
140 A study. 
209 The night brings rest: North 

Holland. 
518 A study. 



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1879. 



1879. 
1881. 
1882. 



1884. 
18S5. 

1891. 
1S92. 



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1894. 
1895. 

1896. 
1897. 



1901. 

1902. 
1903. 

1904. 



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545 Women washing; Volendam, 

Zuyder Zee. 
100 A spring morning, Haverstock 

Hill. 
861 Labourers. 

1440 A portrait. 

1441 do. 

ChilduHck Green, St. Albans. 
1630 Labourers after dinner. 
695 An old woodman. 

Cookham Dean, Berks. 
2;? Portrait group. 
81 Mowers. 
137 Brown eyes. 

IViddington, Newport, Essex. 
57 A cottage girl. 
923 Evening song. 

Turning the Plougli. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
Mrs. Herbert Roberts. 
Harvest. 

The farmer's boy. 
21 Bird scaring: March. 
82S Hoeing wheat. 
83S The Hay barn. 
848 Boy threshing. 
52 The old barn. 
573 Margaret Hilton Smith. 
582 The Mother. 

790 Autumn morning: ploughing. 
The harrow. 
Going to work. 
Allotment gardens. 
Setting up sheaves. 
Solitude. 
The dark barn. 
Under the tree. 
455 The gap in the hedge. 
780 Making a rick. 
57 The golden barn. 
184 A gleaner. 
378 Sons of the soil. 
652 The spreading tree. 
47 Homeward. 
648 The rickyard: a winter idyll. 

66 Dusk. 
442 The Haymakers. 
504 Portrait of a lady. 
607 The village at night. 
45 Willow trees at sunset. 
94 In the bean field. 
258 Gleaners coming home. 
756 A frosty March morning. 



CLAUSEN , William Architect. 

19, Moorepark Road 
1876. 1022 Proposeddecorationofadining- 
room. 

20, Walliam Green. 
1879. 1 1 79 Design for staircase. 



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Clausen, William — contittued. 

1880. 1215 Dining-room wall, with subject 

in tapestry from the " Faerie 

Queene." 
1882. 1188 Library chimney-piece. 

CLAVE, P Painter. 

Rome. 
1846. 643 Isabella the Catholic refusing 
the crown in the Benedictine 
convent, Segovia. 

CLAXTON, Miss Adelaide (after- 
wards Mrs. George Gordon Turner). 

Painter. 
2, Haver stock Terrace. 

1864. 602 A Waterwitch. 

4, Burlington Gardens. 

1866. 655 The Beatitudes. Painted with 

Miss F. Claxton. 
707 The bailiff's daughter of Isling- 
ton. 

1867. 974 " Ye mistletoe bough." 

CLAXTON, Miss Florence A. 

Painter. 

4, Campden Hill Villa. 
1859. 980 Sketches from the life of an 

artist. 
1863. 740 Portrait of a gentleman. 

2, Havers tock Terrace. 

1865. 879 Games. Pen-and-ink sketches. 

4, Burlington Gardens. 

1866. 745 Broken off. 

1867. 783 The ritualist. 

CLAXTON, Marshall Painter. 

- 36, Red Lio?i Square. 

1832. 46 Rev. Marshall Claxton. 

7, Barnsbury Street. 

1833. 302 The evening star. 

I, Claremo7it Terrace. 

1834. 55 Portraitofthe widow of the late 

Rev. John James. 
6, Soley Terrace., Pentonville. 

1836. 2 Rev. Abraham E. Farrar. 

Rovie. 

1837. 24 The favourite. 
450 Study of an artist. 

1838. 273 Robinetta. 

S, Argyle Street. 

1839. I Lady Jane Grey in the Tower 

refusing to accede to the Ro- 
man Catholic faith. " Warn- 
ing was given to the Lady 
Jane to prepare for death. 
. . . The Lady Jane had 
presence of mind in these 
melancholy circumstances to 
defend her religion, etc." 



1839. 18 General Count Alexander Po- 

toski. 
35 English, French, and German 
artists resting at the Hermit- 
age after the ascent from 
Mount Vesuvius; from a 
sketch taken on the spot. 
390 Portrait of a gentleman. 

2, Upper Southwick Street, 

1840. 989 Moses returned from the fair 

with the gross of green spec- 
tacles, etc. From "Vicar of 
Wakefield." 
6, Southampton Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1842. 212 The deathbed of John Wesley, 

March 2, 1791. The figure 
to the right hand of Mr. Wes- 
ley is the Rev. Peard Dicken- 
son; the two next are Joseph 
Bradford and Miss Wesley. 
Kneeling at the foot of the 
bed is Mrs. Charles Wesley. 
At Mr. Wesley's left hand are 
Mrs. Esther Anne Rogers, 
Miss Richie, Mr. James 
Rogers and his son, Rev. John 
Creighton, — Brackenbury, 
Esq., of Rathbay Hall, Mr. 
Horton, George Whitfield, 
etc., etc. Sitting at the foot 
of the bed is Alexander Ma- 
ther. The figure to the right 
of the picture is Dr. White- 
head, Physician and bio- 
grapher of Mr. Wesley. The 
armchair, table, inkstand, 
bible and portrait in the 
background are painted from 
the originals which belonged 
to the Rev. John Wesley. 

423 Othello. 

531 My grand-daughter. 

1843. 315 Sir Joshua Reynolds and his 

friends. The picture repre- 
sents Sir Joshua Reynolds 
surrounded by his principal 
literary and personal friends, 
including Edmund Burke, 
Horace Walpole, Benjamin 
West, Dr. Mudge, Sir W. 
Chambers, Sir George Beau- 
mont, J. J. Angerstein, 
Alderman Boydell, Lord 
Mulgrave, Sir W. Hamilton, 
Mrs. Montague, Marchioness 
of Thomond, David Garrick, 
Mrs. Siddons, Richard Cum- 
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Boswell, Angelica Kauffman, 
Lord Burghersh, Dr. John- 
son, Miss Burney, Mrs. 
Thrale, and Oliver Gold- 
smith. 

1843. 377 The sepulchre. 

530 The sisters. "They grew in 
beauty side by side, etc." 

1844. 576 Mother and child. 

619 Christ at the tomb of Lazarus. 
"Then when Mary was come 
where Jesus was, etc." 

1845. 366 Jews lamenting over the ruins 

of Jerusalem. " The Elders 
of the daughters of Zion sit 
upon the ground and keep 
silence, etc." 

1846. 577 Spenser reading the "Fairy 

Queen " to his wife and Sir 
Walter Raleigh. 

1847. 460 "The singers go before, the 

minstrels follow after: in the 
midst are the damsels play- 
ing with the timbrels." 
502 Magdalene. " But Mary stood 
without at the sepulchre 
weeping." 

4, Campden Hill Villas. 

1850. 1279 John Wesley being refused the 

use of the church, preaches 

to the people from his father's 

grave. 

Calcutta. 

1856. 188 Daniel Wilson, D.D., Lord 

Bishop of Calcutta. Fainted 
for the congregation of St. 
Paul's Cathedral. 

4, Caf?ipden Hill Villas. 

1857. 357 Scene at a Ghaut on the banks 

of the Ganges. " I took a 
boat and went up the river 
to the Ghaut; as we came 
up a number of natives 
hurried down the steps, 
carrying a woman ; they put 
the bamboo couch into the 
river, and some women 
poured water over her face 
and head, and scattered 
flowers about her. The 
Hindoos believe they have 
secured the happiness of 
their friends, if they put them 
into the Holy River before 
they die." 

1858. 524 Ruth and Naomi, etc. 

1859. 1019 Thechurches. "Classes, not in- 

dividuals, have been selected 
forobservation. Public topics 
are public property, etc.'' 



i860. 498 The mother of Moses. "And 
when she could no longer 
hide him, etc." 

6, Charlotte Street. 
1872. 507 Waiting anxiously. 

64, Berners Street. 
1876. 479 Portrait. 



CLAY, Sir Arthur, Bart Painter. 

Arthur Clay, 

9, Duke Street, Portland Place. 
1874. 323 Spring. 

Burrow Lee, Shere, Guildford. 

1876. 1278 View from the Pilgrim's Way, 

Surrey. "The shortening 
winter day is near a close, 
etc." 

1877. 995 From Holmbury Hill, Surrey. 
1362 Tankards Pond, Leith Hill, 

Surrey. 
(Succeeded to the Baronetcy.) 

1878. 1302 A dangerous Coast. 

1879. 543 A landslip, Island of Purbeck. 

1882. 1435 Strayed. 

1883. 88 The merry-go-round. "To what 

base uses." — Hamlet. 
100 Bereaved. " Desiderio perfixa 

juvenci." — Lucretius. 
329 In the Highlands of Surrey. 

"The heaven's breath smells 

wooingly here."- — Macbeth. 

1884. 515 The birthplace of the brook. 
1740 A study of action. 

1885. 1691 Hon. E. F. Kenyon. 

1886. 651 At the Market: to-morrow to 

"fresh fields and pastures 
new." 

1887. 390 King Solomon and the Queen 

of Sheba. 
1048 " On one of those still eves 
touched with the dewy sad- 
ness of the time." 
1890. 347 A farm in the Surrey Hills. 

603 The Rt. Hon. Sir W. H. 

Gregory, K.C.M.G. 
2058 Lady Clay; head, bronze. 



CLAY, Alfred Barron Painter. 

72, Charlotte Street. 

1854. 5z Nora Creina. "Beauty lies in 

many eyes, etc." 
240 Margaret Ramsay. — Vide For- 
tunes of Nigel. 

1855. 73 Portrait of a lady. 

392 Rev. John Clay of Preston. 

1856. 1188 A morning call. 

26, St. John's Wood Terrace. 

1857. 454 Charles Keene, Esq. 



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Clay, Alfred Barron — continued. 

185S. 606 The captives of Loch Leven. 
" Lady Lochleven turned 
towards the casement. . . . 
Roland Grsme held the 
forged keys under his cloak, 
and with great dexterity ex- 
changed them for the real 
ones." — Scott's Abbot. 
4, Gloucester Terrace, 

Cafnpden Hill. 
1859. 319 Falstaff in trouble, etc. 
1S60. 544 Miss Maxwell. 

1 86 1. 565 Imprisonment at Loch Leven 

Castle. "The Queen grew 
sadder from day to day, etc." 
—Scott's Abbot. 

1862. 532 Music. "As for some dear 

familiar strain." 

1863. 56 Ready for the opera. 
297 Master Clay. 

635 Roland Graeme's first interview 
with Catherine Seyton. — 
Scott's Abbot. 

1865. 365 Charles the Ninth and the 

French Court on the morn- 
ing of the massacre of St. 
Bartholomew. " The King 
would gladly have stopped 
the massacre, etc." 
3, Percy Villas, Campden Hill. 

1866. 156 In the shade. 

1867. 555 The Return to Whitehall, May 

29th, 1660. 

1868. 50 Imprisonment of Mary Queen 

of Scots. " During her im- 
prisonment the Queen and 
her attendants employed 
themselves in taking down 
and repairing the various 
hangings that adorned their 
prison walls." 
638 Scenefrom"Kenilworth": Amy 
Robsart and Janet. 

CLAY, G Painter. 

Harietsham, Kent. 

1846. 127 Lenham Heath, Kent. 

76, Snow Hill. 

1847. 507 Landscape — evening. Labour- 

ers returning. 

1848. 667 Landscape — evening. 

9, Goodge Street. 

1852. 127 Evening. 

414 Landscape — evening. 

1853. 374 An old mill, near Lenham. 

1854. 39 Evening. 

1855. 427 On the river Towy, Caer- 

marthenshire. 



CLAY, John Painter. 

1S44. 494 Coast scene. 

CLAY, T Painter. 

Messrs. BoydelVs, Cheapside. 
I 799. 1 1 1 5 View of Chirk Castle, Denbigh- 
shire. 

CLAYTON, A. B. 

Painter and Architect. 

Finsbury Square. 
T814. 733 An architectural composition. 

1 815. 773 Design for a temple to iVchilles 

in the Island of Serpents, 
anciently Luce. 

1 2, Gray's Inn Square. 

1816. 267 Egyptian antiquities. 
460 Architectural antiquities. 

181 7. 990 Sketch for an architectural 

composition. 

1818. 972 Architectural composition. 

Raven Cottage, Walham Green. 
1820. 63 Sketch for a portrait of Miss J. 
Drig. 
967 Corinthian Temple. 

8, Broii'ti Place, Lambeth. 

1822. 248 Death of Manlius Capitolinus. 
852 Temple to Bacchus. 

857 Design for a theatre, etc. 
896 An architectural composition. 
902 do. study. 

942 Design for a church for the 

Parish of Newington. 

29, North Street, Kensington. 

1823. 768 Design for a water entrance to 

an ancient city. 
961 South Facade to a Statuary 
Gallery, etc. 
1S24. 880 An architectural composition. 
6, Loughborough Place. 
1825. 954 Design for a temple dedicated 
to the memory of Pericles. 
8, Bread Street Hill. 

1827. 603 A Norman arch in Walmer 

church, etc. 
92S Interior of Canterbury Cathe- 
dral, taken from the martyr- 
dom of Thomas a Beckett. 

1828. 9S9 Flordelis lamenting in the 

tomb of Brandemart. " Or- 
lando, ere he left Sicilia's 
isle, etc." 
27, College Street, Dow gate. 

1829. loio The Death of Euchidas, etc., 

etc. 
1091 Interior of museum belonging 
to Geo. Gwilt, Esq. 

Doctors' Commons. 
1833. 690 A Villa for Tatnal Boone, Esq., 
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18^^ 1052 Farm house for W. Gambier, ; CLAYTON, Joseph Architect. 

JJ „ ,T , , „ ,r , _, I/,,.,/.... C/.-..../ 



Esq., at Harrold, Bedford 
shire. 
1057 An idea for a mausoleum. 

1834. 953 Design for a church at Heme 

Bay. 

963 do. do. 

1835. 96S Town Hall and Market in Pen- 

zance, Cornwall. 
980 A Grecian city; composition. 

1836. 944 A country residence near the 

Reculvers, Kent. 

964 A parsonage house, near Whit- 

stable, Kent. 
1055 The impiety of Caligula. 

Sf. Mary's, Manchester. 

1837. 1059 Design; Corn Exchange, Lon- 

don. 

CLAYTON (C. E.) and BLACK (E.) 

Architects. 

152, North Street, Brighton. 
1890. 1943 View of "Selehurst," Sussex. 

CLAYTON, C. J Architect. 

1849. 10S3 Design for a Governesses In- 
stitution, etc. 

CLAYTON, H Painter. 

29, Chester Street, 

KenningtoH Lane. 
1847. 644 A dilemma. 

CLAYTON, H. B Painter. 

1830. 99; The mischievous boy. 

CLAYTON (J. B.) and BELL (A.) 

Decorators. 

311, Regent Street. 

1861. -17 Design for wall painting above 

the altar in Chapel of All 

Saints' Home, Margaret 

Street. 

CLAYTON, J. Essex Painter. 

1 1 , Fairfax Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1875. 886 Master Charles Hollingsworth. 

1877. 468 A hit, a very palpable hit. 
484 En famille. 

1878. 510 Birds of a feather. 

145, Fell owes Road. 
1885. 1104 Mobbing the enemy. 

CLAYTON, John R Medalist. 

311, Regent Street. 
1898. 1536 The throne of music; design 
for a company's seal. 



23, Hunter Street. 
1839. iiSy Villa in Isle of Wight. 

2, Elizabeth Street. 

1844. 1091 Music Hall and Royal Academy 

of Music. 

1845. 1 192 Interior of St. Stephen's, Wal- 

brook, etc. 

1846. 1276 Old Town Hall, Leominster. 

1847. 1095 Stables, etc., near Eaton Square. 
1853. 1102 Collegiate Church, Brecon. 

1856. 1087 Hereford central station of 

Newport and Hereford Rail- 
way. 

CLAYTON, W Painter. 

9, Princes Road, Notting Hill. 

1857. 848 "Cloud crowned," a reminis- 

cence of the Alps of Arro- 
char, Scotland. 

CLAYTON, W. H Architect. 

2, Derby Street, 

Parliament Street. 

1846. 1161 Design for a Town and County 

Hall. 

1847. 1173 Institute of British Architects, 

etc. 

CLEAR, Thomas Le. See L. 

CLEAVE, W Architect. 

Brewer's Green, Westminster. 

1 81 9. 1024 Improvements at Stapleton 

Park, Yorkshire. 

1820. 928 do. do. 

CLEAVER, W Architect. 

4, Upper Ranelagh Street. 
1813. 864 Design for a temple. 

CLEGG, S ... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1852. 312 Elizabeth Castle, Jersey, from 

the rocks below Port Regent. 

1853. 297 Bon Mut harbour, Jersey. 

CLEGHORN, John Painter. 

4, Charlton Place. 

1842. 629 Lane scene in the grounds of 

H. T. Hope, Esq., near 
Dorking, looking towards 
Cotmundene. 

1843. 1066 Summer scene in the lane to 

the Holmwood, Dorking. 
1845. 823 Autumn scene in Chart Lane, 
Dorking. 



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Cleghorn, John — cotttiniicd. 

1852. 12S; A fine dayat noon in the early 
part of December. 
4, // 'intershm' Terrace, Fulhavi. 
1872. S-S On the river above Richmond 
— rain clearing off. 

CLELAND, A Painter. 

15, Hanover St., Edinburgh. 

1818. 387 The study. 

1819. 594 A dead rabbit and fowls. 

CLELAND, William H Painter. 

Rooks Nest, Banstead, Surrey. 

1894. 1197 A corner of the farm. 

1895. 727 Twilight. 

CLEMENCE, J Architect. 

1 1 , Northumberland Street, 

Marykbone. 
1815. 848 Design for a church in parish 
of St. Marylebone. 

CLEMENS, Benjamin Sculptor. 

33, Joubert Mansions, Chelsea. 
1902. 1605 Sappho: statue. 

Ill, New Kin^s Road, S. W. 
1904. 1839 Cain; statue. 

CLEMENS, Matt H Painter. 

8, Melbourne Studios, Bushey. 

1895. 1372 Head of a woman; study. 

7, Bolton Studios. 

1896. 73 Moorland height. 

High Cross, Ti-uro. 

1897. Soi Going home. 

CLEMENT, C. V Painter. 

Clapham. 
1841. 425 A merry mood of infancy. 

CLEMENTS, John. 

Miniature Painter. 
9, Fratt Street, Lambeth. 

1818. 750 Portrait of himself. 

94, Moffatt Street. 

1819. 966 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1820. 832 do. lady. 

75, Cheapside. 

1821. 781 J. Tindale, Esq. 

Wo7-cester. 

1822. 700 Portrait of a lady. 
715 Lady Hitchings. 

810 Sir Edward Hitchings. 
1825. 853 Portrait of one of the Honor- 
able band of Gentleman pen- 
sioners in the new costume 
worn at the Coronation of His 
Majesty George IV. 



1826. 586 Portrait of a gentleman in the 
Worcestershire Yeomanry 
uniform. 
623 Portrait of himself. 
706 Mrs. Clements. 

1830. 783 Mrs. Henry Shelton, composer 

of " The land which no 
mortal may know, etc." 

1831. 767 A family group. Portrait of 

the artist, his wife and child. 



CLEMINSHAW, Miss M. Isabella. 

Painter. 

Hotel de Provence, Cannes. 
1904. 1059 In the port of Viarreggio. 

CLENNELL, Luke Painter. 

9, Constitution Ro7ti. 

181 2. 204 Foxhunters regaling after the 

pleasures of the chase. "The 

day's sport being over, etc." 

34, Tonbridge Place. 

181 3. 587 The old fisherman. 

1 8 14. 661 The gamekeeper. 

33, Penton Place. 

18 1 5. 504 The carousal. 

18 16. 211 Baggage waggons in a thunder- 

storm. 
535 The pedlars, 

CLERIHEW, W Architect. 

16, Caroline Street, 

Bedford Square. 

1840. 986 Design for an ornamental 

bridge for St. James's Park, 
etc. 

2, York Road, Lambeth 

1841. 960 Design for a triumphal bridge. 

CLERISSEAU, Charles Louis. 

Painter. 

(yi frenchman lately arrived, 
famous for the beauty and neat- 
ness of his draivings from the 
antique. He was the master of 
Mr. Dixon ivhen at Rome. — 
Walpole.) 

Great Marlborough Street. 
1772. 49 A bath composed after the 
manner of the antients. 

50 A sepulchral chamber, com- 

posed after the manner of 
the antients. 

51 View of the Forum of Nerva 

at Rome. 

52 A ruin of a triumphal arch; a 

composition. 



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CLEVELEY, John Painter. 

New Row, Deptfo]-d. 
1770. 43 A View on the River Thames 
off Deptford ; a drawing. 

44 A cahn; a drawing. 

45 A fresh breeze; its companion. 
1 7 7 1 . 41 A view of a ship-yard on the 

river Thames; drawing. 
4?. A yacht going to Holland, with 
a view of Helvoetsluice; 
drawing. 
1773- 49 View of a fissure in a rock of 
lava, near the Lake of Thing- 
valla in Iceland. 

50 View of Mount Heccla in Ice- 

land. 

51 View near Plymouth, from 

Barn Pool. 
At Air. William's, 

Bre2ver St., Golden Square. 
1774. 39 His Majesty reviewing the fleet 
at Spithead. 

40 His Majesty sailing in the 

yacht at the head of the Blue 
Squadron to St. Helens. 

41 Two of the race-horse and 

Carcass in the ice at Spitz- 
bergen; companions, tinted 
drawings. 
1775- ^5 The fleet saluting at Spithead; 
taken from the platform. 

66 His Majesty sailing into the 

harbour. 

67 A View of Freshwater bay, back 

of the Isle of Wight. 
1777. 56 A View of Dover. 

57 Balem Castle, the entrance into 

the Tagus, Lisbon. 

58 A View on the Tagus, Lisbon. 
16, Great Pulteney Street, 

Golden Square. 
iJjS. 53 Balem castle, looking down the 
Tagus. 
54 View of Lisbon. 

1779. 54 A gale, with a view of Gibraltar; 

a stained drawing. 

6, Great Pulteney Street. 

1780. 402 View of Corke harbour. 

Ne7i' Road, Deptford. 

1 781. 150 The Resolution and Discovery 

making Amsterdam, one of 
the friendly islands. 

1782. 531 A gale, with a view of Santa 

Cruz. 

Pimlico. 

1783. 59 A gale off Dover. 

84 A calm off Dunkirk. 
105 A calm off Elsingoer. 
117 A light breeze, with a view of 
Gibraltar. 
II. 



1783. 452 A gale off Gibraltar. 

1784. 423 The Greenland fishery. 

438 View of the Morea, one of the 
friendly isles in the South 
Sea. 
17S5. 5ii A gale, Spithead. 

5iq .4 calm, Plymouth. 

622 A gale. 

633 A calm. 
1786. 488 Cox Haven on the river Elb. 

572 A light breeze. 

594 Portrait of a yatch built at 
Deptford, and presented to 
the Prince of Denmark in 
the year 1785. 



CLEVELEY, Robert Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
17S0. 400 A View of St. Lucia. 
401 A ship heaving down. 
403 do. do. 

R. Cleveley of the Navy. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1782. 43S Commodore Elliott in the 
Edgar, leading the British 
line under Admiral Kempen- 
felt, and engaging Mons. 
Vaudreuil in LaTriomphant, 
Dec. 12, 1781. 
1783- 374 Relief of Gibraltar by Lord 
Howe; a drawing. 

1784. 394 View of Breakwaters at Sheer- 

ness. 

412 The Needles, at the back of 
the Isle of Wight. 

455 Sir Edward Hawke's pursuit of 
the French fleet under Mon- 
sieur Constans in Nov., 

1759- 

505 The Solitaire striking to the 
Ruby. 

513 The Ruby of 64 guns, Capt. 
Collins, engaging the Soli- 
taire of 66 guns, commanded 
by the Chevalier De Borda, 
Dec. 6, 1782. 

1785. 460 View of Mount Edgecombe, 

looking into Homoze, with a 
fieet of ships in Plymouth 
Sound. 

1786. 463 A light breeze. 

R. Cleveley, 39, Howland St. 

1788. 474 A calm. 

497 A slight breeze. 

501 View of the Blanckanaize on 

the river Elbe. 
570 A calm. 

1789. 533 The British Squadron, consist- 

ing of 15 sail of the Une. 

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Cleveley, Robert — continued. 

1790. 610 His Royal Highness the Duke 

of Clarence's reception on 
board the Barfleur, in Ports- 
mouth harbour, by Vice-Ad- 
miral Roddam, the 6th of 
July, 1789. 
632 His Royal Highness the Duke 
of Clarence on the Au- 
gusta Yacht, going to Han- 
over; with a view of Tilbury 
fort. 

1 79 1. 514 View near Stanmore, Middle- 

sex. 
582 His Majesty's ship Valiant tow- 
ing into Portsmouth Har- 
bour. 
647 Lord Mayor's show. 
659 London bridge. 
(Marine Draughtsman to His Royal Highness 
the Duke of Clarence.) 

9, Church Street, MilUmtik, 

Westminster. 

1792. 492 A View of Billingsgate at high 

water. 
612 A View under the Castle cliffs 

at Dover. 
620 do. do. 

1 793. 342 The rowing match at Richmond 

on his Royal Highness 
the Duke of Clarence's birth- 
day. 
561 View of Casilhus, or old Lis- 
bon. 
^795- '5 The Marlborough engaging on 
the ist of June, 1794. 

1796. 14 Morning. 
21 Evening. 

118 A boat going out of Dover pier 
in a gale of wind. 

302 Retreat of the French squad- 
ron into Port I'Orient on 
the 23rd of June, 1795, after 
the action with Lord Brid- 
port. 

351 Retreat of the French Squadron 
into Port L'Orient on the 
23rd of June, after the action 
with Lord Bridport. 

1797. 71 The fleet at Spithead saluting 

His Majesty and the Royal 
Family. 

128 A View on the sea coast. 

129 do. do. 

214 Commodore Nelson in the 
Captain, boarding and taking 
the San Nicolas and San 
Josef. 

265 Dover pier. 

572 Blackfriars' bridge. 



1798. 265 His Majesty's ship Victory on 
the 14th February, 1797, 
engaging the Spanish ship 
Prince of Asturias, and pass- 
ing through the enemy's line. 

321 The defeat of the Spanish fleet 
on the evening of the 14th 
of February, 1797, at the 
time his jNIajesty's ship Vic- 
tory is making the signal for 
the British fleet to cease and 
cover the prizes. 
56, Devonshire Street, 

P01 tland Place. 

1799. 122 The battle of the Nile, on the 
1st Aug., 1798, when the 
French fleet were defeated 
by a squadron of British 
ships, under the command of 
Rear-Admiral Sir Horatio 
Nelson. 

185 The destruction of the French 
fleet ofi" the Nile, on the ist 
August, 1 798, by a squadron 
of British ships, under the 
command of Rear-Admiral 
Sir Horatio Nelson, at the 
time the L'Orient blew up. 

1800. 21 View of London Bridge. 

185 View of Dover pier at sunrise. 
552 A frigate turning down channel. 

1 80 1. 257 The defeat of the Spanish fleet 

by Admiral Sir John Jervis, 
K.B., off Cape St. Vincent, 
consisting of 15 ships of the 
line, Feb. 14, 1796. The 
Spanish fleet consisted of 27 
ships of the line. The Eng- 
lish had 78 men killed and 
wounded; the Spaniards had 
603 killed and wounded and 
four ships taken. 

1802. 275 A view of Cabreta Point from 

Gibraltar. 

1803. 39 A calm on the Elbe. 
102 A view from nature. 

CLEVERLEY, Charles F. M. 

Painter. 
78, Finchley Road. 
1893. 121 Daydream. " Le temps le 
mieux employ^ est celui 
qu'on perd." 
1896. 852 The blue verandah. 
1898. 918 The angel of the Grail. 

CLEYNHEUS, T Painter. 

Rue de PEglise, Atittuerp. 
1870. 138 Interior of the church of St 
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CLIFFORD, Edward Painter. 

39, Kcppel Street. 
1867. 719 Ye were aye leal and true, 
Jean. 
756 Twilight. 

59, Burton Crescent. 
1869. 644 The Miracle of the Loaves. 

I, Highbury Place, Bristol. 
1871. 637 Lady Henrietta Ogilvy. 
1S74. 73.1 Wilfrid, son of the Hon. Evelyn 
Ashley. 
931 The Hon. Mary F. Baring. 

95, Wigmore Street. 
1875. 704 Viscount Elmley and the Ladies 
Mary and Susan Lygon. 

715 The Countess of Pembroke. 
733 The Hon. Eustace Vesey. 

1057 The Hon. Mrs. Vesey. 
1S76. 633 Lady Edith Bligh. 

721 Countess of Ilchester. 
739 Mrs. Gordon of Cluny. 
811 Lady Alington. 

52, Wigmore Street. 

1877. 667 Lady Castlereagh. 
733 Lady Howard. 

1878. 678 Mrs. William (Jibbs. 

716 Percy Wormald, Esq. 

1879. 672 Mrs. Erskine Wemyss. 
808 Countess of Bradford. 

1880. 811 Miss Mary Erskine Wemyss. 
1883. 1055 Robert, son of Sir William 

Vernon Harcourt. 
1886. 1191 Mrs. Elliot of Boston, U.S.A. 

3, The Terrace., Kensington. 
1891. 11S8 Father Damien. 
1S92. 1195 Viscountess de Vesci. 

CLIFFORD, Edward C Painter. 

4, Camden Studios. 

1891. 1412 "Some of nature's gems are 

poorly set." 
1893. 692 Thoughts. 

18, Queen Ann^s Grove, 

Bedford Park. 
1895. 10S2 Objets d'art. 

1897. 1 149 Before her peers. 
1223 The portrait. 

43, Bath Road, Bedford Park. 
1904. 720 Rossi. 

CLIFFORD, Harry P Painter. 

7, Holland Park Road. 

1898. 1 143 Daydreams. 

CLIFFORD, Henry Charles. 

Painter. 

59, Glebe Studio, Chelsea. 

1892. 628 Old Inn, Honfleur. 

991 On the marshes — moonlight. 

1893. 652 The village pump. 



801 An Autumn day. 
163 Looking towards Rokeby. 
1032 At the edge of the wood. 
I, St. Paul's Studios, 

West Kensington. 
674 In a Cornish valley. 
s On the river Coquette — moon- 
light. 

57, Addison Gardens. 
1900. 490 An old-world village. 



1893. 
1S95. 



1897. 
1898. 



CLIFFORD, Maurice Painter. 

79, Newman Street. 
1891. 806 Idle moments. 

2, Maclise Mansions. 
1894. 639 The Ice Maiden. 

CLIFT, Stephen Painter. 

39, Penyivern Road. 
1S85. i4.|o Lake of Geneva. 

CLIFTON, Edward Norton. 

Architect. 

38, Cross Street, Islington. 

1836. 1058 View of the Erectheion on the 

Acropolis of Athens, etc. 

1837. 1053 Church near London. 

1S38. 1 1 57 New Gothic church, New North 
Road, Islington. 

CLIFTON, J. Painter. 

1849. 428 Buck washing on Datchet 

Mead. 

1850. 723 Picture from the Rhyme 

Duchess May. 

CLIFTON, John S Painter. 

I, Milner Street. 
1852. 33S "The sixth age shifts into the 
lean and slippered panta- 
loon, etc." 

57, St. Giles, Oxford. 
1857. 950 " And so from hour to hour we 
ripe and ripe, etc." 

27, Ockendon Road. 
1869. 1091 Wolf's hope — moonlight; study 
in charcoal. 

CLIFTON, William Painter. 

Norland Lodge, Notting Hill. 
i860. 810 Cliffs at Margate. 

Clarence Cottage, Woolwich. 
1882. 1241; Wind before rain. 

CLINK, Miss Edith L. 

Miniature Painter. 
73, Warwick Gardens. 
i8g6. 1332 Winnie. 

1334 Isabel C. Pyke-Nott. 
1897. 1419 Isabel. 



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Clink, Miss Edith "L.— continued. 

1897. ■4i'j I<J'>- 

1898. i;i5 Portrait of a girl. 
1316 Miss Violet Rhodes. 
1517 Miss Georgia Rhodes. 

1899. 131^ Isabel, daughter of J. N. Pyke- 

Nott, Esq. 
1347 Mrs. Clink. 

1900. 1485 Edith, daughter of E. Mead, 

Esq. 
1492 Portrait of a lady. 

Littkhampton, Sussex. 

1903. 11S6 Mrs. Cecil B. Portman. 
1 127 Portrait of a girl. 

1904. 1 167 do. lady. 

1207 do. gentleman. 

CLINK, Miss Isabel M Painter. 

73, Wamnck Gardens. 
1897. 1070 The Khan's daughter. 

CLINK, Miss Matilda J Painter. 

Osborne House, 

Hyde Park Terrace. 
1891. 155 Peonies. 

CLINT, Alfred Painter. 

83, Goiver Street. 

1829. 517 Study from nature. 

1830. 164 do. 

1831. 42 Landscape. 

9, Portla7id Terrace, 

St. John's Wood. 
1834. 279 Study from nature. 

42, Robert Street. 
1835- 533 Landscape and cattle. 
1836. 179 Coast of Kent. 

1840. 290 Penmaen Mawr, North Wales. 
443 Harlech Castle, do. 

1841. 7S Midday: Coast of Kent. 

251 Fishing boats coming ashore 
in a rough sea. 

1842. 429 Whitby Pier, Coast of York- 

shire. 
539 Morning on the beach at Hast- 
ings. 

1843. +'4 Low water on the coast near 

Scarborough. 

1844. 45 Evening: Coast of Yorkshire. 

1845. 541 East Cliff, Hastings. 

1846. 491 Sunset. 

Gloucester House, 
Downs/lire Htll, Hampsiead. 

1847. 96 Evening. 

1850. 596 Heath scene — Sunset. 

7, Provost Rd., Camden Town. 

1852. 475 Evening — Hastings. 
966 Morning — Hastings. 

1853. 12 Cornelian Bay, near Scar- 

borough. 



36a, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1858. 1087 Glaucott Mill, on the river 
Usk, South Wales. 
1 1 , Young .Street, Kensington. 
1869. 743 Evening at sea. 
1 87 1. 49S Off the Caskets. 

CLINT, F. R Gem Engraver. 

London. 
1825. 957 Intaglio portrait of Mr. Clint, 
A.R.A. 

CLINT, George, A.R.A Painter. 

Hind Court, Fleet Street. 

1802. 88 Portrait of an artist. 

1803. 207 The School-boy. "Creeping 

like snail." 

1804. 63 Staines. 

1805. 9 Mr. H. Ashby. 

21, Church Street, Soho. 

1806. 45 Portrait of a gentleman. 

208, Tottenham Court Road. 

1807. 400 The disconsolate sailor. "A 

handkerchief held all the 
treasure I had." 

6, Rolls Buildings. 

1810. 208 A past Grand Senior Warden 

of Ancient Freemasons. 
582 Mr. R. Ashby. 

181 1. 42 Mr. Hopwood. 
640 Mrs. Ball. 

31, Foley .St., Portman Chapel. 
1 81 3. 518 Mrs. Sharp. 

567 Portrait of a girl with flowers. 
33, Little Russell Street. 

1815. 553 Portraits of a lady and her 

daughter. 
621 Portraits of the daughters of 

Sir J. Jackson, Bart., M.P. 
651 Portraits of the grandchildren 

of Sir G. Osborne, Bart. 

713 Mrs. E. Vaux. 

44, Hart Street, Bloomsbury. 

1816. 189 A scene in "The Alchymist." 

" Your business, Abel, etc." 
627 Master F. Hall. 
629 Miss Torrens. 
664 Master H. J. Daniell. 
717 K. Jackson, Esq. 

83, Gotver Street. 

181 7. 204 Portraits of three young ladies. 
657 Miss Denys. 

6S5 Sir J. Jackson, Bart. 

714 The infant Hercules (portrait 

of Master Torrens). 
753 Portrait of a young lady. 

1 818. 57 T. Allason, Esq. 

679 G. N. Edwards, Esq. 
714 Frame containing the portraits 
of three ladies. 



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1 8 1 9. +S Portraits of Messrs. W. Farren, 

Farley, and Jones, in the 
characters of Lord Ogleby, 
Canton, and Brush, in the 
Comedy of the "Clandestine 
Marriage." 

494 Sir Francis Shuckburgh, Bart. 

511 Lady Charlotte Denys. 

773 T. Leverton, Esq. 

954 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1820. 311 The last scene in Massinger's 

play of " A New Way to pay 
old Debts," with portraits, 
etc. 

1821. 273 Scene in the musical entertain- 

ment of " Lock and Key," 
with portraits of Mrs. Orger, 
Miss Cubitt, Mr. Munden, 
and Mr. Knight, etc. 

364 Mr. Munden. 

595 Portraits of a young gentleman 
and his sister. 

852 C. Fuller, Esq. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1822. 251 Miss Foote as Maria Darlington 

in the farce called "A Roland 
for an Oliver." " The maze 
of the waltz to the lover has 
charms, etc." 
272 Scene in the " Beggar's Opera." 
Mrs. Peachum (with the aid 
of strong cordial) recovers 
from fits occasioned by the 
discovery of Polly's marriage 
with Captain Macheath. The 
portraits are Mrs. Davenport, 
Miss M. Tree and Mr. 
Blanchard. 

1823. 13 A scene from the "Spoiled 

Child." Mrs. Harlowe, Mr. 
Tayleure, and Miss Clara 
Fisher, as Miss Pickle, Tag, 
and Little Pickle, etc. 

263 Portraits of Colonel Berkeley, 
Captain Augustus Berkeley, 
and Captain Austin, in the 
characters of Brutus, Mark 
Antony and Cassius, in the 
play of "Julius Caesar," 
etc. 

331 J. Johnstone, Esq. 
1825. 179 Portrait of a lady. 

228 John Legh, Esq., of Booth's 
Hall, Cheshire. 

302 A scene in the comedy called 
"Charles II," containing 
portraits of Mr. Fawcett and 
Mr. C. Kemble. '' Copp. 
How came you by this 
watch?" 



1825. 
1826. 



1S27. 



1S29. 



1830. 



1831. 



348 Rear-Admiral Windham. 
4 John Bell, Esq. 

140 Portrait of a lady. 

277 Thomas Griffith, Esq. 

415 Portrait of a lady. 

45 Mr. Serjeant Frere, LL.D., 
Master of Downing College, 
Cambridge. 

222 Scene from Mr. Poole's comedy 
of " Paul Pry," with portraits 
of Madame Vestris, Miss P. 
Glover, Mr. ^Villiams, and 
Mr. Liston. '' Pha-he. No 
one shall enter this room, 
etc." 

343 Mrs. P. Martineau. 

360 Mr. Liston. 

164 Miss Seymour. 

303 Miss Sterling. 

322 The drunkard: being the first 
picture of an intended series. 
" 'Tis often seen a swarm of 
blessings lights upon our 
head, etc." 

337 Mr. Bannister. 
14 Rubens and the Philosopher. 
" An Englishman of the 
name of Brondel, an al- 
chymist . . . offered to 
Rubens, if he would erect a 
laboratory and furnish some 
pecuniary assistance, a' 
moiety of the vast riches he 
must inevitably acquire. The 
painter, after listening with 
seeming attention to the 
visionary's plans, and quietly 
adverting to his pallet and 
easel aroused him from his 
dream, intimating that his 
proposal came twenty years 
too late, ' For so long ago,' 
said Rubens, ' I found the 
art of making gold with my 
pallet and pencils.' " 
98 Earl Spencer. 
6 Lady Suffield. 

217 Mrs. Bloom. 

238 A scene in the farce of " Love, 
Law and Physic," with por- 
traits of Messrs. Blanchard. 
Liston, and Mathews, 
" Log. Do you mean as you 
can prove black is white?" 

273 Mrs. Halsey. 

310 Lord Suffield. 

369 Earl of Essex. 

435 H. Halsey, Esq. 

186 Miss Losack. 

216 Dr. L. Stewart. 



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Clint, 
1831 



1832. 



25- 



George, A.R.A. — conlinued. 

2S1 Mr. Young in Hamlet. "No, 
not I, I never gave you 
aught, etc." 
3S9 James Morison, Esq. 
44 Henry Robinson, Esq. 
92 Mr. Harley of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 
238 Mrs. Armine Herring. 

Mr. Mathews as Monsieur 
Mallet in Moncrief's drama 
of that name, founded on 
the anecdote related in "The 
Trip to America." "No 
letter from my daughter! 
etc." 
1833- 59 The duel between Sir Toby 
and Sebastian in " Twelfth 
Night," etc. 
78 Thecarousingscenein "Twelfth 
Night." " Malvolio. My 
masters, are you mad? etc." 
Falstaff relating his valiant ex- 
ploits at the Boar's Head, 
Eastcheap. "I tell thee 
what, Hal, etc." 
Rev. J. E. Tyler, rector of St. 

Giles. 
Miss Beswick. 

1834. 5 Mrs. T. Griffith and children. 
42 Lady Charlotte Clinton. 

86 Lady Georgiana Clinton. 
231 La Palermitana. 
260 Mrs. Ariey. 
373 Miss Nisbet. 
40; Mrs. Barwell. 

1835. 280 Portrait of the son and daugh- 

ter of Sir Francis Shuckburgh, 
Bart. 

2S4 Portrait of a gentleman. 

300 Portraits of two of the child- 
ren of Philip Martineau, 
Esq. 

326 A scene from the comedy of 
"The Honey Moon." " Vo- 
lante. Confess that I love 
him ! etc." 

339 Mrs. H. Simpson. 
Clint resigned the A.R.A. ship and his 
removed from the list of members in 



232 



28S 

461 
5 



(Mr. 
name is 
1836.) 

1840. 



361 A mother's love. "What is 
it? ask the King of Kings, 
etc." 
1 84 1. 496 Mrs. Barwell and her daughter. 
1843. 569 The Leicestershire lass. 
"Here's Phyllis's health, 
etc." 
1845. 401 Lady Sale. 

452 Sir Robert Sale, G.C.B. 



CLINT, Leonidas, Junr Painter. 

23, Rosamond St., Clerkeinvell. 
181 1. 235 The cradle. 

Sadlers Wells. 
181 7. 341 Portrait of Bruin, from the last 
scene of " Philip and his 
dog." 



CLINT, R Gem Engraver. 

3, Bedford Street, Strand. 
1817. 957 R. Ashby, Esq.; a cast from 
an intaglio. 

7, Cecil Street, Strand. 

1823. 1008 Impression from an intaglio. 

The portrait of J. Flaxman, 

Esq., R.A., from the bust by 

E. H. Baily, Esq., R.A. 

1826. 976 Portrait of himself; a cast from 

an intaglio. 

1827. 989 Cast from an intaglio. Portrait 

of J. Home Tooke, Esq., 
from a bust by F. Chantrey, 
Esq., R.A. 
100; Cast from an intaglio. An Ibex 
of the Pyrenees. 

1828. 1060 Sketch of Von Weber. Im- 

pression from an intaglio. 



CLINT, Scipio. 

Medalist and Sculptor. 

5, Rolls Biiilding^s. 

1825. 942 Portrait of J. T. Barber Beau- 

mont, Esq., from a bust by 
E. H. Baily, Esq., R.A.; 
impression from a steel seal. 
966 Portrait of the late Mr. H., 
Milton; impression from a 
medal die done from life, etc. 

1826. 969 J. Munden, Esq.; impression 

from a medal die. 

1828. 1103 Impressionsfromapairof medal 

dies executed by command of 
His Majesty for Winchester 
College prize medals. The 
obverse is a portrait of 
William of Wykeham, etc. 

1829. 1079 Lord Stowell, from the bust by 

Behnes. 

1830. 1097 Sir Thomas Lawrence; im- 

pression of a medal die, 
executed from a basrelief by 
E. H. Baily, R.A., for Par- 
ker's series of medals of great 
men of the present age. 

54, Warren Street. 

1831. 1036 Sir Thomas Lawrence, from a 

bust by Mr. S. Joseph; an 
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(Medalist to the King.) 
1832. 1048 Impressions from a pair of 
medal dies for the Win- 
chester College Prize Medal. 
Obverse, the King; reverse, 
the tomb of William of 
Wykeham, etc. 

1 6, Gouw Street North. 

1834. 1094 Bust of Margaret, only daugh- 

ter of Dr. Watson. 

1835. 1053 Bust of Peter Barlow, Esq., 

F.R.S., to be placed in the 
Royal Military Academy, 
Woolwich. 

1086 Bust of a gentleman. 

1113 Bust of Olinthus Gregory, Esq., 
LL.L)., F.R.S., to be placed 
in the Royal Military Acad- 
emy, Woolwich. 

91, Dean Street. 

1836. 1133 Marble bust of James Morison, 

Esq. 

1837. 1 145 Bust of Mrs. Robert Graves. 

48, Greek Street. 

1838. 1314 Marble bust of a gentleman. 
1344 Cabinet statue of the Rev. Mr. 

Blick, rector of Tamworth. 

CLIVE, T Painter. 

1856. 203 Hon. O. W. Lambart. 

Hampton Court Palace, and 
12, Henrietta Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1857. 429 Major Cureton, 12th Lancers. 
456 Hon. Louisa Gordon. 

CLOTHIER, Robert. 

Miniature Painter. 

Tindal Chambers, 

Red Lion Square. 

1846. 114 Fruit. 

663 "Let him look to his bond." 

1847. 95 Grapes. 

664 Fruit, etc. 

1848. 49 do. 

20, Cases Street, Liverpool. 

1854. 695 Miniature of a gentleman. 
701 do. do. 

5 1 , Long Acre. 

1855. 751 Mr. John Cawse. 
921 Lizzie. 

956 Children of Charles Edward 
Mudie, Esq. 

1856. 675 David Ross, Esq. 
793 Bobby. 

837 Henry Cox, Esq. 

34, Chepstow Place, Bayswater. 

1857. 711 T. C. Archer, Esq. 

28, Chepstow Street. 

1858. 651 Miniature of a lady. 



1858. 652 Mrs. Charles Edward Mudie. 

1859. 736 Bracelet miniature. 
818 C. E. Mudie, Esq. 

i860. 27S The enthusiast. 

CLOUD, Mrs. J. Lizzie Painter. 

146, Oakley Street. 

1875. w? I'be later news. 

CLOUGH, Tom Painter. 

55, Derby Street, Bolton. 
1894. 447 The gorsy marsh. 

The Ashlands Glan, 

Comuay, N. Wales. 
i8g6. 735 Evening on the marsh. 
746 Under the Walnut tree. 

32, Waterloo Street, Bolton. 
1903. 906 Home from the fields. 

CLOUSTON, Robert S. ... Engraver. 

Wymeswold, Watford. 
1888. 1695 The late Principal Shairp. After 
the late R. Herdman. 

1890. 1 70 1 La Fiametta. After W. B. 

Richmond, A.R.A. 
1703 The age of Innocence. After 
Sir J. Reynolds. 

1891. 1706 The fortune-tellers. After Sir 

J. Reynolds. 
1707 Love and life. After G. F. 
Watts, R.A. 

1892. 1611 Miss Rich. After J. Hoppner, 

R.A. 

1896. 1584 The Jew merchant. 

The Hall Road, Watford. 

1897. 1624 A lawyer. After Maroni. 

CLOVER, Joseph Painter. 

192, Strand. 

1804. 141 Miss Brunton, of Covent Garden 

Theatre. 
155 Sharing the breakfast. 

49, Dean Street, Soho. 

1805. 37 The Valentine; a study. 
630 A. Noverre, Esq. 

1806. 154 Damon and Musidora. Vide 

Thomson's "Seasons." 
163 Psyche and Pan. Fi(/(? " Cupid 

and Psyche." 
195 R. Cumberland, Esq. 
283 Haymakers. Vide Thomson's 

" Seasons." 

92, New Bond Street. 

1807. 10 Harvest. Vide Bloomfield's 

" Farmer's Boy." 
104 Lady E. and Lady C. Murray, 

daughters of the Earl of 

Mansfield. 
263 The Woodman. 
320 Sir W. Curtis. 



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Clover, Joseph — continued. 
iSoS. ly- A study. 

292 Portrait of a lady. 
519 Miss Cotton. 

37, Old Bund Street. 

1809. 1 Portrait of a lady and child. 
56? Sir J. B. Burges, Bart. 

1810. 243 The Hon. Miss Dashwood. 
393 Mrs. J. Stratton. 

51, New Bond Street. 

181 1. 494 T. Back, Esq., Mayor of Nor- 

wich. 

48, Leicester Square. 

18 1 2. 76 Mrs. Cooper and her son. 

207 J. H. Cole, Esq., Mayor of 
Norwich. 

61, Berners Street. 

1813. 195 Portrait of the children of G. 

Robinson, Esq., with a 
favourite dog. 

1814. 256 Portraits of five generations. 

The family resides near Nor- 
wich, and what is singular 
each individual was born on 
a Tuesday, and each is 
named Mary. 

18 1 5. 107 The love letter. 

1 1 3 A lady presenting to a cottager 
an edition of the sacred 
Scriptures, given by the 
Bible Society. 

85, Newman Street. 

1816. 105 Visiting the sick. 

437 A View in Pegwell Bay. Fisher- 
men returning from shrimp- 
ing. 

455 Rev. C. Townley, LL.D. 

181 7. 47 Miss Guy. 

48 Portrait of a gentleman. 
185 Drawing flowers. 
290 Caroline. 

1818. loS Charity. "For I was an hun- 

gered, etc." 

125 Portraits of the children of Sir 
G. Prescott, Bart, 
s E.Rigby,M.D.,F.L.S.,F.H.S., 
etc. 

460 Portrait of B. Leman, Esq., 
Mayor of Norwich, 181 9. 
Painted in his second mayor- 
alty, to be placed in the Hall 
of St. Andrews, Norwich. 

133 Clothing the naked. 

45' Crisp Brown, Esq., Mayor of 
Norwich in 1817. Intended 
to be placed in the Guildhall 
of that city. 
1823. 130 Instruction thrown away. "Oh, 
grandame! close that moral 
page, etc." 



1819. 



1S21. 
1822. 



1824. 

1825. 

1826. 
1827. 

1828. 

1829. 
1831. 

1832. 
1833- 



1834. 
1836. 



226 

558 



5' 

80 
231 



24S 



240 
608 
606 
26 
429 



120 

180 
620 

402 
271 



Rev. G. Preston. 

Rev. VVm. Abbott, Prebendary 
of Fryde Thorpe, York. 

W. Cowen, Esq. 

Zimmerman refuted. 

The portfolio neglected. 

Nutting Party. " The cluster- 
ing nuts for you, etc." 

Henry Wreight, Esq. Painted 
at the request of the inhabit- 
ants of Feversham, to be 
placed in their Town Hall. 

Dr. Spurgin. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

H. B. C. Hillier, Esq. 

A sketch from nature. 

Mrs. Henry Hillier. 

Thomas Dax, Esq., Master of 
the Exchequer. 

Lord Walpole. 

Brother and sister. 

Portraits of three sisters. 

Rev. William Agutter. 

Miss Barron. 



CLOW, Miss Florence Painter. 

1 1 , Upper Hamilton Place, 

NW. 
1884. 452 Mrs. Clow. 

CLOWES, Miss C Painter. 

The Firs, Loughborough Park. 
187S. 901 Spring flowers. 

CLOWES, Rollo Architect. 

47, Paleu'ell Park, 

East Sheen, S. W. 

1903. 1531 Proposed Boat house on the 

Upper Thames. 

CLUER, Percy D Painter. 

Sannox, Elm ParkRd., Finchley. 
1901. 979 A December afternoon, Chor- 
ley Wood. 

CLUFF, Miss Elsie M Painter. 

354, Hoe St., IValthamstowe. 
1897. 21 HenryVII Chapel, Westminster 
Abbey. 
1235 do. do. 

CLUNAS, Miss Laura B. S. 

Painter. 

3, Aleadow Studios, Bushey. 
1899. 501 A child of Brittany. 
786 Jeanne. 

1904. 1195 The late Mrs. Lemon. 



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CLUTTERBUCK, C. 

Miniature Painter. 

S, Bridge Street, Lambeth. 

1826. 803 Mr. Clutterbuck. 

1827. 646 Portrait of a lady. 
770 Mr. Porter. 

182S. S26 Portrait of a lady. 

2, Thomas Place. 
T830. 6?5 Mr. Brooks. 

1831. 647 Portrait of a lady. 

1832. 827 do. gentleman. 
8_H do. lady. 

1833. 903 Pegasus, the property of A. 

Ducrow, Esq. 

GLUTTON, Miss B. Painter. 

(An Honorary Exliibitor.) 
1803. ^52 Caernarvon Castle. 

590 View near Kensington Gravel 

Pits. 
721 A View of the Isle of Wight. 

GLUTTON, Miss D Painter. 

Berry Mead, Acton. 
1802. 627 Harlech Castle. 
1S03. H9 Carisbrook Castle. 

GLUTTON, Miss E Painter. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor. ) 
1806. 526 View of Blackmoor Castle. 

607 View on the River Dart, Devon. 

GLUTTON, H Architect. 

46, Queen Anne Street. 
1845. 1264 Design for cemetery chapel. 

1265 St. Jude's church, Bethnal 
Green. 
26, Charles Street, Havmarket, 
and 8, Whitehall Place. 
1848. 1 1 24 House now erecting for the 
Lord de Mauley. 
1270 Addition and alterations to 
Frankleigh House, Wilt- 
shire. 

1850. 1270 Church of St. John the Evan- 

gelist at Great Stanmore, 
Middlesex. 

1851. 274 Hall, Hutherop House, Glou- 

cestershire. 
316 Ruthyn Castle, Denbighshire. 

1852. 1154 Gate-house and chapel, Na- 

tional Society's Training In- 
stitution. 
1858. 986 Minley Manor, near Farn- 
borough. 

9, Neut Burlington Street. 
1861. 663 New chapel. Church of I. Con- 
ception, Farm Street. 
II. 



GLUTTON, Miss Painter. 

Berry Mead, Acton. 

1802. 559 Dover Castle. 

1803. 550 Gwidir House, Carnarvonshire. 
650 Bonner's Place, Lambeth. 

GOAD, Miss Kathleen E. 

Miniature Painter. 

1 7, Crockerton Road, 

Upper Tooting. 
T894. 1286 Queen Katherine. 

1895. 1198 Miss Winifred Emery in " Dick 

Sheridan." 

1896. 1309 Hamilton J. Coad, Esq., R.N. 

GOAD, Richard Architect. 

3, Duke Street, Adelphi. 

1885. 1S41 Billiard - room stairs, Lanhy- 

drock. 
1842 Dining-room chimney, Lanhy- 

drock. 
1872 Smoking-room chimney, Lan- 

hydrock. 

1886. 1697 Lanhydrock House, Cornwall. 

1887. 1682 Bowringsleigh, S. Devon. 

GOAD (R.) and MAGLAREN (J. M.). 

3, Duke Street, Adelphi. 
1886. .593 "The Park," Ledbury. 

GOATE, S Painter. 

54, Paternoster Rouk 
181 2. 464 Drawing. 

GOATES, G Painter. 

1 9, Mount Park Crescetit, 

Ealing. 
1903. 708 Motherhood. 

GOATES and JOHNSON. 

Architects. 

Bank Chambers, 

Market Harborough. 
1903. 1671 A Country Inn at Market Har- 
borough. 

GOBB, Mrs. Emily J. 

Miniature Painter. 

4, St. Luke's Road, 

IFcstbourne Park. 
1890. 1525 A little student. 

GOBB, James W Architect. 

24a, Regent Street. 
1902. 1480 Design for a country house. 

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COBBE, Bernard Painter. 






81, IVimpole Street. 


1868. 


73 


Chateaux en Espagne. 

9, Nottingham Place. 


1870. 


278 


Couis, mon aiguille. 


1872. 


447 


La cantiniere, 1871. 

S, Langham Chambers. 


1877. 


M?i 


The rivals. 


1879. 


130 


Hours of idleness. 



COBBETT 



1833- 953 

1840. 282 

1841. 195 

1842. 24S 

1843. 6+ 

^75 
1326 

1844. 212 
537 

1845. 480 





55° 


1846. 


440 


1847- 


35 
608 


1848. 


1075 
312 




330 




442 


1849. 


714 
28 




1136 


1850. 


530 




1050 


1851. 
1852. 


1090 

475 
468 
476 


1853- 
1854. 

1855- 

1856. 


428 

102 

.256 

5> 

1388 
69 




943 


1857- 
1858. 

1859- 


217 
9yS 
565 



Edward John, R.B.A. 

Painter. 
2 1 , Great Newport Street. 

Dead Game. 

52, Great George Street. 

View near Frimley, Surrey. 

Landscape and cattle. 

The young angler. 

Landscape Composition. 

Summer. 

Autumn. 

Sketch from nature. 

View at Harlow, Essex. 

14, Waterloo Street. 

Windsor Forest. " Here waving 
groves, etc." 

Near Red Hill, Surrey 

52, George St., Eusto7i Square. 

Landscape and figures. 

6, Victoria Grove. 

A scene in Northwick Park. 

A study from nature. 

Windsor Forest. 

A study from nature. 

Rain on the mountain top. 

View of Moel Shabod, Snow- 
don in the distance. 

On the Llugary, North Wales. 

A ruin of a monastery near 
Boulogne. 

Landscape and cattle— even- 
ing. 

The mountaineer. 

Figures on the French coast. 

Gleaners. 

Scene in Kensington Gardens. 

Portel on the French coast. 

Welsh peasants. 

23, Hawley St., /Kentish Town. 

The wearied. 

The birds' nest. 

" The girl I left behind me." 

Child at play. 

The stepping stones. 

A Welsh interior. 

Welsh peasants. 

20, Oakley Street. 

The little market woman. 

A Welsh milkmaid. 

Rustic figures. 



1859. 1 1 59 A wreath of wild flowers. 
i860. 225 The expectant. 
512 The ballad. 

1 86 1. 139 A Welsh peasant. 
431 A girl at a window. 

1862. 486 The breakfast. 

671; A gossip on the coast. 

1863. 700 Rustic toilet. 

1864. 568 The ballad. 

1868. 543 Wandering thoughts. 
1870. 538 Heme Bay. 

1873. 356 Evening. 

1874. 72 An evening scene — Wales. 
18S0. 1065 A flower girl. 

COBDEN, T Architect. 

10, St. James Street. 
1813. 883 Design for nobleman's man- 
sion. 

COBDEN, T. A Architect. 

Grove, Camberwell. 

1835. 915 Roman Catholic Church of the 
Assumption, Carlow, Ire- 
land. 
1009 Protestant Church, Carlow, 
Ireland. 

1839. 1088 A column now erecting by 
General R. Browne Clayton, 
K.C., etc., on the rock of 
Carrick-a-Dagon, co. Wex- 
ford, Ireland, etc. 

COBELY, W. H Painter. 

64, Ivy Road, Cricklewood. 
1903. 623 A breezy morn. 

COBLENZ Painter. 

6, Portman Square. 
1809. 248 The Earl of Dunmore. 

COCHRAN, J Miniature Painter. 

19, Welclose Square. 
182 1. 543 The Rev. J. Stratten. 

99, Chancery Lane. 
1823. 919 Portrait of a gentleman. 

COCK, De. See D. 

COCKAINE, J Sculptor. 

85, Neimnan Street. 

181 7. 1041 Bust of the Rev. J. Disney, 

D.D. 

5, New Road. 

1818. 1047 Bust of the late Rev. W. Beloe. 
io;8 do. Captain Ruth- 
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COCKBURN, Miss C Painter. 

Dulwich. 
1825. 712 A fiddler. 

COCKBURN, Edwin Painter. 

61, Wells Street. 

1837. 261 The fisherman's daughter. 

83, Newman Street. 

1838. 1030 Striking a bargain. 

53, Greek Street, and IVfiitby. 

1839. II A Welsh peasant Girl. 

1840. 165 A cottage girl. 

1 84 1. 280 A harvest field. 

42, Rathboiie PI cue. 

1845. 562 Portraits. 

1047 Portrait of a gentleman, with a 
favourite dog. 
63, Tottenham Court Road. 

1846. 1 1 80 The Cottage fireside. 

83, Newman Street. 

1848. 139 The widow. 

1849. ^^5 Sunday afternoon. 

1850. 1068 Saturday evening. 
1852. 127S The expected footstep. 

27, Hawley Road, 

Kentish Town. 

1854. 577 The shadow on the wall. 

1855. 1 152 A visit from the Hall. 

2, Park Place, Highgate. 
1864. 224 Daddy's coming. 

COCKBURN, Miss Mabel ... Painter. 

Ryslau, Brondeshiiry. 
1895. 1354 A study of a head. 

Laften, Cheveniug Road, 

North Kensington. 
1901. 1 118 Portrait of a girl. 



COCKBURN, Miss Maud L. 

Miniature Painter. 

Ryslau, Brondeshury. 

1894. 1221 Portrait of a lady. 

1895. 1204 Sybil, daughter of R. H. Mit- 

ford, Esq. 



COCKBURN, Ralph Painter. 

46, Portland Street. 
1802. 3S9 Miss C. Hicks. 

56, Devonshire Street. 
1807. 738 Maternal affection. 

COCKBURN, W. A Painter. 

8, Brook Street, 

Hyde Park Gardens. 
1850. 340 Boulogne fishing boats. 
1852. 10S7 Loches near the Loire. 



COCKERELL, Charles Robert, R.A. 

Architect. 
Saville Row. 

1818. 966 Sketch of a Kiosk Shendrivan 

of Ali Pasha, made in Ga- 
nina, in Albania, in the year 
18 13, etc. 
969 Restoration of the Temple of 
Jupiter Panhellcnius at 
v¥.gina, etc. 

8, Old Burlington Street. 

1819. 1033 Idea of a restoration of the 

Capitol and Forum of Rome, 
and the Temple of Antonine 
and Faustina, etc. 

1820. 888 Restoration of the Parthenon 

at Athens, etc. 

182 1. 1010 Philosophical Institution in 

Park Street, Bristol, etc. 

1822. 853 Design for a chapel. 
1824. 868 Sketch of Athens, etc. 

1829. 1031 College of St. David at Llane- 

peter, Cardiganshire, etc. 
1051 National monument of Scot- 
land on Calton Hill, Edin- 
burgh, etc. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1830. 1007 Temple of Minerva, Parthenon 

at Athens, etc. 
1832. 974 TheatreofPompeiirestored,etc. 
985 Westminster Life and British 
Fire Office, Strand. 
(Elected R.A.) 

87, Eaton Square. 
1838. nil Tribute to the memory of .Sir 
Christopher Wren, etc. 

North End, Hampstead. 
1841. 993 Front of a public building. 
1846. 1254 Design for a sculpture of Pedi- 
ment of St. George's Hall, 
Liverpool, etc. 
1849. 1102 The Professor's dream; a sy- 
nopsis of the principal archi- 
tectural monuments, etc. 
13, Chester Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 
1858. 1026 Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, 
etc. 

COCKERELL, Miss Christabel A. 
(Mrs. George Frampton) ... Painter. 

10, Brompton Crescent. 
1885. 476 Maude. 

Beachhouse, The Mall, 

Hammersmith. 

1888. 176 " Such wisdom as a little child 

displays." 

9a, Addison Terrace. 

1889. 1157 A Metaphor of Spring, and 

Youth, and Morning. 



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Cockerell, Miss Christabel A — con- 
tinued. 

iSgi. 39 Gretchen. 
1S92. 132 Weighty cares. 

9+S George R. Cockerell, Esq. 
1893. no Little Mother. 

32, Queen's Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1897. 750 Pere et fils. 
1901. 590 Priscilla, daughter of Professor 

Simpson. 
1903. 600 Bluebells. 

COCKERELL, Frederick Pepys. 

Architect. 

108, Mount Street. 
1854. 1205 Thanksgiving in St. Paul's after 
the victory over the Spanish 
fleet, 1 7 18, etc. 

1212 Studies in Paris; Invalides. 

12 13 do. Val de Grace. 

8, Regent Street. 
1856. 1 116 Study from Luca della Robbia. 

1138 Study in Rome. 

1139 do. Venice. 

1140 do. do. 

1858. 976 Metopes of one of the Eastern 
Temples at Selinus, now in 
the Museum, Palermo. 
1025 Baid, etc. 

1027 A Pompeian actor between 
Tragedy and Comedy, etc. 
i860. 694 Art, in devotion. 
1862. S31 Pompeii — the Street of Tombs. 
1864. -96 Monument to H.R. H. the 
Prince Consort for Hyde 
Park, etc. 
802 do. do. 

1866. 773 Front of Freemasons' Hall, 

Great Queen Street. 
1868. 890 Sir Roger Cholmeley's school 
at Highgate. 

1 8, Manchester Square. 

1870. 814 A marble chimney-piece. 

1 87 1. 932 Lythe Hill, Haslemere, for J. 

Stuart Hodgson, Esq. 
959 Down Hall, Harlow, Essex, for 
Sir Selwyn-Ibbetson, Bart., 
M.P. 
1873- '■"+ Blessingbourne, CO. Fermanagh, 
seat of H. F. Montgomery, 
Esq. 
1178 Mansion at Ballards, near Croy- 
don, seat of C. H. Goschen, 
Esq. 

1874. 1075 House at Shere for A. Clay, 

Esq. 

1875. 985 Mansion at Crawley, near Win- 

chester, for Adam Kennard, 
Esq. 



1877. 1064 Woodcote Hall, Newport, Salop, 
for C. C. Cotes, Esq., M.P. 

COCKERELL, Samuel Pepys. 

Architect. 

Station Street, Piccadilly. 

1785. 561 Entrance to Park at AVhite- 

knights, Berks. 

603 Bridge built for W. Bryam 

Martin in the Park at White 

Knights. 

Saville Row. 
1792. 549 Design for a town residence. 
559 do. improving the 

Foundling Hospital. 
564 Design for a church now build- 
ing at Banbury, Oxfordshire. 
718 Design for a marine cottage 
built in the Isle of Thanet. 
1793- 753 The church in Normanton 
Park, the seat of Sir Gilbert 
Heathcote, Bart., etc. 
758 Middleton Hall, in Carmar- 
thenshire, building for W. 
Paxton, Esq. 
1795. 654 Principal front of Gore Court, 
Sittingbourne, Kent. 

1797. 1084 East view of the church of St. 

Martin, Outwich. 

1798. 1032 Internal view, do. do. 

1799. 1026 do. do. do. 
1057 Design of the east end of the 

church of St. Margaret, West- 
minster. 

1 80 1. S59 A frame with four drawings, 

viz., Entrance to Buckland 
abbey, Devonshire, formerly 
the seat of Sir Francis Drake 
and now of his descendant. 
Lord Heathfield, and other 
designs, etc. 
864 Inside St. Margaret's, West- 
minster, etc. 

Burlington Street. 

1802. 974 Nutwell Court, near Exeter, the 

seat of Lord Heathfield. 

1803. 978 Design for church at Hunting- 

don, etc. 
1015 Design for Town Hall and 
Market house in Cheshire. 

COCKERELL, Samuel Pepys. 

Painter. 

43, George Street, 

Portman Square. 

1875. 401 Ready! " Walther Tell . . . ich 

will nicht gebunden sein, Ich 
will still halten Wie ein 
Lamm." — Scliiller. 

1876. 972 The nursling of the muse. 



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1S77. 



394 



187S. 126 



1882. 655 



" In our square"; a portrait. 
Ginevra. " Oh, sad was her fate 

when, etc." 
29, Soi/t/i Bank, Regenfs Park. 
The ruined crucifix. " Swift to 

its close ebbs out life's little 

day, etc." 

35, Phillimore Gardens. 
At the shrine of ^iisculapius. 

" Cry aloud, for he is a god, 

etc." 
Harry James Crauford, Esq., 

Grenadier Guards. 
" Our ancient word of courage. 

Fair St. George."— i^/i/^ar;^ 

Pilate washing his hands before 
the people. 

Damocles. 

The Passover. 

The allegory of Lurline. 

Demosthenes practisingoratory. 

Orpheus and Eurydice. 

Elisha left alone. 

" The gods together careless of 
mankind." — Tennyson. 

Thetis inspecting the new arm- 
our of Achilles. 

Thetis bathing Achilles in the 
Styx. 

The five foolish virgins. " I 
know you not." 

Lady Macbeth. " It is an ac- 
customed action with her, 
to seem thus washing her 
hands." 

Icarus. 

Our Lady of the ruins. 

Major H. J. Crauford, late 
Grenadier Guards. 

A whisper from the sea. 

Helen of Troy called up by 
Dr. Faustus. 

Excommunicated. 

Crossing the bar. " Twilight 
and evening bell, etc." 

Lost. 

Model of memorial tablet 
erected in Haslemerechurch, 
ivith A. Fabbrucci. 



COCKERILL, Miss Alice M. 

Painter. 

20, Granby Street, N. IV. 
1893. '°53 Rhododendrons. 

COCKING, Edward Painter. 

35, TaV! stock Street. 
1848. 53 The village coquette. 



COCKING, R Painter. 





1523 




1624. 


1885. 


736 


1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 


s+s 

449 

381 
696 
8+3 


I89I. 


436 


1892. 


947 


1893. 


109 


1894. 


S65 


1895. 

1896. 

1897. 


9 

j°3 
988 


1898. 
1899. 


87, 
S98 


1900. 
1902. 


404 
756 


i9°3- 


675 
1697 



1839. 


24 


Girl. 


COCKRAM, George Painter. 






48, ///>// Park Street, 






Liverpool. 


1S83. 


1016 


West Canning, Liverpool. 
58, Voelas Street, 

To.xteth Park, Liverpool. 


1885. 


iiSo 


The Vale of Conway. 

25, St. Pride Street, IJverpool. 


1886. 


1173 


Cwn Eigean, North \Vales. 




1298 


Rhos Neiger, Anglesea. 




1300 


On the Anglesea coast. 


1887. 


1058 


The street, Cookham. 




1267 


An Autumn afternoon. 


188S. 


"95 


jVutumn in the silent woods. 




1293 


On the Anglesea Coast. 


1889. 


■437 


Afternoon light on the sea. 

Llanbedr, Conway. 


1S90. 


1179 


"Where the sky dipt down to 
sea and sands." 




1239 


"When the wind bloweth in 
from the sea." 




1240 


Afternoon light on the sea. 
Mark View, near Comvay. 


1891. 


1254 


"There is a rapture on the 
lonely shore, etc." 


1892. 


1064 


Solitude. Purchased for the 
Chantrey Bequest. 




1122 


An Anglesea farmyard. 


1893. 


1013 


Tranquillity. 




1062 


The plunging seas. 




1099 


Evening. 


1894. 


1056 


A silvery morn. 




IIS7 


The incoming tide. 
Rhos Neigr, Ty Croes, 

Anglesea. 


1895. 


888 


"Soft flattering woo's the sea." 


1896. 


1.8+ 


Marsh lands. 


1897. 


1 1 30 


" Where the sky dipt down to 
the sea and sands." 




1158 


A calm. 




1264 


Evening. 




1276 


" The moon is up, yet 'tis not 
night." 


1898. 


1007 


Marsh lands — spring time. 


1899. 


1142 


Evening. 




•>55 


"The waves make toward the 
pebbled shore." 


1900. 


1 206 


" Surge after surge with hollow, 
etc." 




1245 


Idwal. 


1901. 


107S 


The Trefan, Ogwen. 

The Dunes, Rhosneigr, Tycroes. 


1903. 


892 


Harvest time. 


1904. 


928 
98S 


The reedy margin of the 

lake. 
The silent sea. 



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COCKRELL, Louis Painter. 

Temple Buildings, Birmingham. 

1891. 1315 Margaret. 

1892. 859 Harvest Moon. 

COCROFT, Miss Ella M. ... Painter. 

26, Victoria Street. 
1904. 1351 On the outlook. 

CODD, John Architect. 

8, ///// Road, St. John's Wood. 
1876. 1038 The old Hall, GauLsborough, 

Lincolnshire. 
1883. 12+1 The old Abbey Gateway, 

\Vorksop. 
1885. 1940 Netley Abbey. 

16, Hill Rd., St. John's Wood. 
1897. 1856 New Church, Bentley, near 
Doncaster. 
1857 do. do. do. 

CODE, Mrs. (formerly Miss Mary 

Ben well) Miniature Painter. 

10, Duke St., Portland Place. 

1783. 285 Portrait of a lady. 
299 do. do. 
301 Cupid. 

319 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1 784. 46 Portrait of a lady in crayons. 

{Countess of Lincoln.) 
2 58 Portrait of a lady. 

1785. 286 A frame with five portraits in 

miniature. 
17S6. 295 Portrait of a lady in a 
masquerade dress. 
324 A country girl with a basket of 
eggs. 

1787. 262 A country girl making lace. 
427 Portrait of a young lady playing 

with a dog ; crayons. 
49, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 

1788. 363 Portrait of a lady drawing. 

393 Portrait of a lady making lace. 

1789. 353 Saint Ocalia. 
424 Girl knotting. 

1790. 20S Portrait of a lady. 
392 Flora. 

1791. 43S Venus with doves. 

CODINA, Victoriano. 

Painter and Sculptor. 

105, Charlotte Street. 

1879. 632 A street in Granada. 
1582 Signor R. 

1880. 106 The last touch. 
629 Challenged. 

'499 Spanish lovers. 
1614 The bather; statuette. 
{See also Langlin.) 



CODMAN, W. C Architect. 

28, BrutiS7vick Square, 

Camberwell. 
1884. 12S9 Staircase for house at Hamp- 
stead. 



1833- 
1834. 

1835- 



COE, E. O Painter. 

1 , Lower Brook Street. 
543 Croix de Pierre, Rue St. 

Hilaire, Rouen. 
585 Church of St. Nicholas, Rouen. 
215 Church of the Grand Sablon, 

Brussels. 
380 Soissons. 
54 Exeter cathedral. 
1836. 302 Rue de la Haute Tour, Rouen. 
1006 Westminster Abbey from Tot- 
hill Street. 

1850. 1151 Pembroke Castle, sketched on 

the spot, and enamelled on 
china. 

1851. 270 The fountain of St. Maclou, 

Rouen. 
281 Strasburg Cathedral. 

COE, Henry Edward Architect. 

Lewishain, Kent. 

1849. 108S St. Stephen's church. 

Danes Inn, Strand. 
1S58. 1029 New Foreign office, Whitehall. 
(First prize.) 

21, Montague Street. 
i860. 712 Cemetery chapels. 

13, Great Ormond Street. 
1863. 926 St. Phihp's church, Lambeth. 

COE (H. E.) and GOODWIN (E.). 

Architects. 

Lewisha7n. 
1848. 1115 House for S. Forster, Esq., 
Southend, Sydenham. 

4, Frederick Place, E. C. 

1850. 1181 Interior, church at Bracknell, 

Berkshire. 
2q,John Street, Bedford Square. 

1853. 1H7 Orphanage at Baldovan, Forfar- 

shire, for Lady Jane Ogilvy. 

113 1 Royal Infirmary, Dundee. 

1205 Congregational church, Lewis- 
ham Road, for Alderman 
Wire. 

49, Pall Mall. 

1854. 1 107 Mansion at Haverfordwest, for 

H. W. Hepburne, Esq. 

3, Great James Street. 

1855. 1203 Mansion for Hon. W. H. 

Yelverton, Whitland Abbey, 
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COE and ROBINSON ... Architects. 

4, FiiniivaPs Inn. 
1S78. 1060 School house, Lockers Park, 
Boxmoor, Herts. 
1068 Mansion at Norwich. 

COFFEE, H Sculptor. 

18, Stephen Street. 

Tottenham Court Road. 
1819. 1225 Cupid. 

2, N'orfolk Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1 82 1. 1138 Bust to be executed in marble. 

1822. 1030 A Groupe of Cattle. 

1 3, Upper Cleveland Street. 

1824. 999 A groupe of boys. 

9 1 , Great Tichfield Street. 

1825. 956 Portrait, in wax, of a lad)'. 
1053 Bust of Master J. Pulley. 
io65 do. F. Goodwin, Esq. 

1826. 977 A medallic bust of His Majesty. 
105s Groupe of Bacchantes. 

Castle Street East. 

1839. 127S Boy and foliage. Part of a 

chimney-piece executed for 

His late Majesty George IV. 

1283 A young Triton; part of a 

fountain. 
1294 Group of two sleeping children. 
6, O.xford Market. 
1842. 1 195 Cabinet portrait of a lady. 
1845. 1468 Death of a boar. 

COFFEE, J. T Sculptor. 

II, Brook Street, West Square, 
Lambeth. 
1816. 969 A Gothic candelabrum in terra- 
cotta. 

COFFEE, W.J Sculptor. 

1801. 895 Model of a brood mare. 
898 do. do. horse. 

32, Stanhope Street. 
1808. 870 Model of a figure for a can- 
delabrum. 
871 A study ofa Welsh poney; from 

nature. 
876 A group of cattle. 
879 A study of a greyhound; from 
nature. 
1811. 919 Model of a lioness; in terra- 
cotta. 

Derby. 
1816. 95S Portrait of a setter, the pro- 
perty of M. Allam, Esq., of 
Derby; terra-cotta. 

COFFIN, E Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1787. 606 Portrait of an artist. 



1788. 

1789. 
1790. 

1792. 



1793- 



1794. 
1796. 
1798. 

1800. 



1002. 
1803. 



1 3, Poland Street, O.xford Street. 
600 Portrait of a gentleman. 

629 do. do. 

630 Dr. Herschell. 
586 Portrait. 

593 do. 

298 Model of Anthony Pasquin, 

Esq. 
6go Model of a student at law. 
702 Model, in wax, of a lady. 

39, Wells Street. 
(i\-j Titan; a model in bas-relief. 
767 Portrait of a lady, deceased, in 

wax. 
770 Portrait of a young lady in wax. 
4, Mary Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 
397 Model, in wax, of a lady. 
405 do. do. celebrated 

actress. 
412 Model, in wax, of the late 

Louis XVI. 
414 Model, in wax, ofa senator. 
589 Sisyphus. 

8-8 Timon of Athens; a model. 
850 Portrait; a model. 
1052 Bust ofa boy. 
1025 Ceres; model of candelabria. 

1027 Bacchus; do. do. 

1028 Model of a group designed for 

a candelabrium, to be exe- 
cuted in silver. 
773 A model ofa medal. 
1002 A model of a Corinthian frize. 



COGGHE, Remy Painter. 

22, Rue de Viel Abreiivoir, 

Roiibaix, France. 
1887. 1006 Public writer at Rome. 
16, Rue des Velocipedes, 

Roubaix. 
1889. 661 Good Friday at the church of 
San Carlo in Rome. 

COGGIN, Clarence Architect, 

8, Roland Mansions, 

South Kensington. 
1892. 1651 A street corner. 
1896. 1663 West Ham Technical Institute. 

COGGIN, Mrs. Jeannie Painter. 

8, Roland Mansion. 
1892. 1696 Hotel de Ville, I. Veere. 

COGILL, Miss Emily Painter. 

Crossways, Crane's Park, 

Surbiton. 
I 1897. 87^ Thistles. 
I 1898. 785 A Suffolk shore. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



COGSWELL, Gerald Architect. 

1 2,Jou/'frt's Mansions, Clielsea. 
1897. 1S6S Design for a rector's stall, 
Wallasey Church. 

COHEN, Miss Ellen Gertrude. 

Painter. 
21, Hamilton Terrace. 
1884. 1757 Dr. B. W. Richardson; sculp- 
ture. 
1888. 1438 Achmed Pasha. 

1891. 1308 "Those happy days long gone." 

1892. ic88 Tired out. 

1893. 949 Louise Kinsella. 

9S2 A brown study — in blue. 
1895. 999 Louise. 
1897. 667 Dibbing for chub. 
1374 A young rebel. 

15, St. Loo Mansiotis, 

Flood Street, Chelsea. 

1899. 69 The bouquet. 

s6i Qualifying for the Coaching 
Club. 

1900. 305 Shadows. 

Fernhiirst, Haslemere. 
1904. 836 The gambler. 

COHEN, Lewis Painter. 

I, Scarsdale Studios. 
1897. 649 An obstruction to traffic. 

1899. 700 An answer. 

1901. 457 Landscape — evening. 

COHEN, Miss Minnie Agnes. 

Painter. 

Hawksmoor, Fallowfiehi, 

Manchester. 
1 89 1. 359 Mrs. Berend. 

62S "The year is growing old." 

Oakfield, Fallowfield. 

1894. 136 II paese di Capri. 

Beer, Axminster, Devon. 

1895. 207 Wild birds. 

694 An old window. 

1897. 964 At the capstan bars. 

1 8, Tregiinter Road. 

1898. 372 In Waterland. 
744 Mother and babe. 

1900. 173 Jan Panjis. 

265 Haabetje, Jaapje and Ant. 
462 A byway in Katwyk. 
1904- 755 A quiet corner in Katwyk. 

COIGNET, Jules Louis Philippe. 

Painter. 
4, Place de la Bourse, Paris. 
1 84 1. 724 View of the Chartreuse. 

943 View in Auvergne, France. 

240, Regent Street. 
1850. S45 A rock scene. 



COILERS, L. B Painter. 

28, St Alban's Street. 
1784. 43 A Dutch milk-girl scouring a 
kettle. 

COKE, Alfred Sacheverel ... Painter, 

5, The Mall, Havers tock Hill. 

1881. 8? The daughter of Herodias. 

1882. 712 Orpheus. 

Arts Club, Hanover Square. 

1887. 146 St. Martin of Tours. 
1892. 793 Phidias. 

COKER, G Sculptor. 

23, Turtier Street. 

1S58. 1256 Rabboni; relievo. "Jesus 

said unto her, Mary, etc." 

7, Smith Street, Mile End. 

i860. 994 Monument to John Pounds, 

originator of ragged schools. 

COLAROSSI, Ernest Engraver. 

14, Masl'ro' Road, 

West Kensifigton. 
1889. 1-29 An Italian Girl. After Louis 
Leloir. 

COLAROSSI, Filippo Sculptor. 

14, Marlborough Road, 

Brook Green. 
1884. i3o6 La Vendetta; bust, bronze. 

43, Avenue J 'id or Hugo, Paris. 

1888. 2015 Portrait; bust, terra-cotta. 

COLBY, Joseph Painter. 

19, Torriano Avenue. 
1851. no Asiatic indolence. 
359 A pas de deux. 

II, Liverere Road, Dalston. 

1853. 27 Romping. 

28 The running stream. 
571 The pet pigeon. 

1854. 625 A portrait. 

18, Golden Square. 

1855. 169 Beating a retreat. 
658 Floral emblems. 

1330 Silent thoughts. 

1856. 140 Hero and Leander. 
284 Happy days. 

405 The launch of the Little 

Britain. 
491 A present of flowers. 

1857. S94 Peace restored. 

68, Welbeck Street. 
1859. 669 The love ballad. 
1044 Kate. 

1 1 , Clunies Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 
i860. 244 Prayer. 
1 86 1. 146 A village lass. 



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1S62. 2ZZ The necklace. 
419 A portrait. 

1863. 408 A peasant. 
477 Friends. 

725 A discovery. 

1864. 256 Rose. 

76, Grafton Street. 
1886. 1069 The only survivor. 

COLE, Miss A Painter. 

5, Queen's Square, Bloomshury. 

1855. 965 A portrait. 

1856. 892 Jessie, the artist's sister. 

COLE, Alfred Benjamin Painter. 

I, Kensington Crescent. 

1871. 1134 The Gurnard's Head, Corn- 

wall. 
1876. 406 In Headley wood. 
1882. 479 In Arundel Park. 

COLE, Miss A. M. 

Miniature Painter. 

5, Queen's Square, Bloomshury. 
1861. 736 Mrs. H. Phillips. 
1863. 957 Eliza, youngest daughter of H. 
C. Turck, Esq. 

Belvedere House, Bexley. 
1870. 683 May darling. 

684 Eustace Hamber. 

685 Aldyth Hamber. 

1872. 1334 George Ferguson Gregor Grant, 

Esq. 

COLE, Alphaeus P Painter. 

\2a, Edith Terrace, Chelsea. 
1904. 372 Mrs. Alfred W. Sikes. 
712 The old miniature. 

COLE, Miss Augusta (afterwards 

Mrs. Samwell),.. Miniature Painter. 

12, Taunton Place. 

1835. 724 Portrait of a lady. 

60, Great Queen Street. 

1836. 776 Mrs. Louis Goodman. 
818 A portrait. 

826 Portrait of a lady. 

1837. 652 do. do. 
659 Rev. William Bury. 

663 Miss Charlotte de Linden. 
897 Portrait of a gentleman. 
928 do. lady. 

57, Upper Norton Street. 

1838. 597 Miss Riviere. 
801 Miss Armstrong. 

810 Mrs. Henry R. Bishop. 

1839. 663 Catherine, daughter of D. 

Davis, Esq., M.D. 
686 Madame Delia Romba. 
II. 



1839. 


879 Frame containing two minia- 




ture portraits for bracelets. 


1840. 


798 Charles Salamans, Esq. 




8 57 " A well-known tune, etc." 


1841. 


672 Miss Rosalind Williams. 




82S Douglas Pitt Gamble, Esq. 


1842. 


638 Portrait of a lady in an old 




English dress. 




817 Mr. James Capel. 




S27 Frame containing portraits of 




the Hon. Mrs. Calliphronus, 




and of her sister, the Hon. 




Hester King. 




905 Miss Kate Salaman. 


1843. 


755 J. G. Teed, Esq., Q.C. 




757 Lord ^Villiam Fitzroy. 




1 1 26 A lady in the costume of the 




15th century. 


1844. 


714 Mrs. Thomas Wheeler. 




762 Portrait of a gentleman and 




his wife. 




900 Miss Selina Samwell. 


1845. 


711 Hon. Mrs. Seton. 




790 Lady Shakespeare and Miss 




Thompson. 




887 Mrs. Frederick Currie and Mrs. 




Charles Hugh Lushington. 




1035 Portrait. 


1846. 


915 Portrait of a lady. 




ico7*Mrs. Vidal. 


1847. 


726 Miniature of Mrs. Canton for 




a ring. 




732 Portrait of a lady. 


IS48. 


840 Mrs. Kearsey Thomas. 




868 Portrait of a Belgian lady. 




870 Miniature of a young lady. 




914 The late John Teesdale, Esq. 




1030 Mrs. J. Waley. 


1849. 


727 Mrs. H. S. Leigh Hunt and 




child. 




744 Mrs. Jacob Mocatta. 




818 Miss Samwell. 




832 Mrs. Herbert Ashton. 


1850. 


774 Frame containing miniatures of 




Mrs. McCarthy and Miss 




Emma Goldsmid. 




832 Mrs. Charles Salaman. 




992 Portrait of a lady. 


1851. 


585 A portrait. 




840 Miss Mary Townsend. 




899 Portrait of a lady. 




997 Miss Julia Laurence. 




1063 Horatio FitzRoy, Esq. 




1064 Hon. Mrs. Horatio FitzRoy. 


1852 


670 Mrs. Collier and her daughter. 




801 Edward, son of the Rev. W. 




Darell. 




832 Portrait of a lady. 




8g6 Miss Louisa Cook. 




922 Portrait of a lady. 





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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cole, Miss Augusta — continued. 

1853. 796 The children of the Rev. Sir 

Lionel Darell, Bart. 
840 Mrs. Mordan. 

1854. 762 A portrait. 
809 do. 

1855. 798 Robert Cole, Esq., F.S.A. 

877 Mr. and Mrs. Walter K. Fooks. 
52, Bo hover Street. 
Mrs. William Coxon. 



1859. 769 

i860. S46 Portrait of a lady. 



COLE, Chisholm Painter. 

Church House, 

Llanbedr, Conway. 
1890. 1015 Afternoon. 
1892. 997 January. 

1895. 744 The Valley of the Glaslyn, 

Bedd-Gelert. 

1896. 738 Winter sunlight. 

762 On the Glaslyn, Bedd-Gelert. 
1899. 958 The Tryfarn, Nant Francon. 



COLE, Miss Ellen Painter. 

57, Upper Norton Street. 
1183 Expectation. 
301 A woman playing a sistrum. 
88 Jacob's dream. 
Ruth and Naomi. 
The nativity. 

Portia. "She snatched some 
burning coals from the fire, 
and shut them close in her 
mouth till she was suffocated, 
etc." 
Faith. 
A study. 
Ivy Bridge, Devon. 



1841. 

1843- 
1845. 
1846. 

1847. 



1848. 
1849. 
1858. 



664 

702 
574 



486 

374 
822 



COLE, E. S Painter. 

17, Euston Square. 
1837. 1071 Nave of Henry VIFs chapel, 
Westminster Abbey. 

York House, Richmond. 
1857. 1009 Memorial church at Constan- 
tinople. 

1862. 827 Antwerp Cathedral. 
S28 In Malines Cathedral. 

6, Thurloe Place. 

1863. 753 Louvain Cathedral. 

18, Thurloe Place. 
1868. 844 The Roman monument at Igel, 
Prussia. 

COLE, George Painter. 

Montague Lodge, 

Buckland, Portsmouth. 
1849. 541 A gravel pit. 
1852. 622 Landscape and cattle. 



1853- 

1854 
185s 

1856 

1857 
1858 



1859. 
1862. 
1870. 

1874. 



1877. 
1878. 

1881. 

1882. 



2, Le^vis Place, Fulham. 
781 A yoke of draught oxen, on 

the Moselle. 
1359 A sketch on the common. 
647 Landscape with sheep. 

2, The Crescent, Kensington. 
607 Landscape with sheep and 

figures. 
646 Landscape with sheep — coast 

of Sussex. 
58 Cows on the bank of a river. 
1098 Landscape and cattle at Shal- 

ford, Guildford. 
1015 The quiet pool, Bettws-y-Coed. 
96 Mother and child. 
951 Gurnard's Head, coast of Corn- 
wall. 
472 Heath scene near Haslemere. 
589 River scene with cows repos- 
ing — Sussex. 
568 Wheat harvest — Hampshire. 
135: Early morning on the Thames 

at Windsor. 
479 A Hampshire moorland. 
966 Timber drag; showery weather. 
772 River scene with cattle repos- 
ing. 



COLE, 

1853- 

1854. 

1855- 
1857- 



George Vicat, R.A. ... Painter. 

2, Le7vis Place, Fulham. 
37 Marienburg Kloster on the 

Moselle. 
226 Ranmore Common, Surrey. 
1308 Near Dorking, Surrey. 
6, Torrianno Villas, 

Camden Town. 
436 Chiswick on the Thames. 
523 Near Whitstable. 
310 On the road to Langley, North 

Devon. 

375 The Beach at Yarmouth. 
948 Afternoon on Holmwood Com- 
mon. 
5, Gordon Cottages, 

William St., Hammersmith. 
1858. 911 A Sandpit, Water Lane, Albany, 
near Guildford. 
1176 A Surrey Cornfield. 
795 Under the Greenwood tree. 
19, Gloucester Terrace, 

Campden Hill. 
S22 Shadows from the beeches. 
131 An autumnal Evening. 
Holmbury Cottage, 

near Dorking. 
346 The decline of day. 
460 Spring. "When daisies pied 

and violets blue, etc." 
185 " Summer's golden crown." 
403 Evening rest. 



1859 
i860 



1861 
1863 



1864. 
1865. 

i866. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



99 



1867. 4S9 "One showed an iron coat and 

angry waves, etc." 
524 In St. Bride's Bay, Pembroke- 
shire. 

1868. 298 Sunhght lingering intheautumn 

woods. 
684 Evening. 

8, Victoria Road, Kensington. 

1869. 39 Summer showers. 

113 Floating down to Camelot. 
412 A pause in the storm in sun- 
set. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1870. 211 Sunshine showers. 

991 "Now fades the glimmering 
landscape on the sight, etc." 

1871. 52 Autumn Gold. 
201 A misty morning. 
496 April skies. 

1872. no Noon. "While nature lies 

around deep-lulled in noon." 
550 " Dewy Eve." 

1873. 114 Hay time. "Nor is the mead 

unworthy of thy foot, etc." 
587 " Summer rain." 

1874. Ill The heart of .Surrey. 

296 Misty morning. " The first soft 

light of morn, etc." 
639 The old mill at Fittleworth. 
Little Campden House, 

Kensington. 

1875. 237 Richmond Hill. "What a 

goodly prospect spreads 
around, etc." 
513 Loch Scavaig, Isle of Skye. 
" A while their route they 
silent made, etc." 
1213 Summer — noon. "The hill, 
and now the noonday quiet 
holds, etc." 

1876. 308 The day's decline. "And sweet 

the coming on of grateful 
evening mild." — Milton. 

1877. 239 Summer showers. 
432 Arundel. 

1878. 20 A showery day. 

268 The Alps at Rosenlaui. 
634 A Surrey pastoral. 

1879. 4 " Leaves are but wings on which 

the summer flies." — Hood. 
245 Ripening sunbeams. " Half 

veiled in golden light, etc." 
1026 Leith Hill, from Denbies. 
1033 Box Hill, do. 

1880. 15 A Thames backwater. "A 

watery maze; haunt of still 

solitude." 
310 " Theleaves of wastedautumn." 

— Shelley. 
393 In silver Thames. 



1880. 


1466 


The mist of the morning. 
(Elected R.A.) 


i88i. 


203 


Wargrave. 




246 


August days. 




369 


Streatley. 


18S2. 


35 


The sources of the Thames. 




92 


"In sylvan solitude." 




289 Abingdon. 


1883. 


297 


Wmdsor. 




435 


Autumn Morning. 


1884. 


252 


Oxford, from Iffley. 




259 


Mapledurham Lock. 




5^7 


Bisham. 


1885. 


135 


Iffley Mill. 




186 


Sinodun Hill from Day's Lock, 
Dorchester. 


1886. 


lOI 


Pangbourne. 




260 


Cookham. 




501 


The sultry hour. 




1052 


Great Marlow on Thames. 


1888. 


3 5° 


The Pool of London. Pur- 
chased for the Chantrey Be- 
quest. 


1889. 


343 


The summons to surrender. 
"I fell in (God be thanked!) 
with ^'aldez' great galleon, 
and in it good booty, etc." 
— Kingsley's " Westward 
Hoi" 


1890. 


^34 


Meeting of the Thame and 
Isis at Dorchester. 




390 


The Thames at Greenwich. 


1891. 


267 


Autumn morning. Diploma 
work. 


1892. 


306 


Westminster. 



COLE, Sir Henry, K.C.B. ... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1827. 452 Well in North Wales. 

1828. 815 Rouen Cathedral. 

183 1. 486 Tallyelyn from Cader Idris, 
North Wales. 

1864. S46 Shere; etching. 

1865. S43 Shere with its hills north and 

south of the Tillingbourn. 

1866. 824 Sacketts, Broadstairs, 1864; 

etching. 



COLE, 


Herbert Illustrator. 




37, GeraldineRd., Wandsivorth. 


1898. 


1559 Illustration to poem. 




15, Nicholson Road, 




Walthamstow. 


1900. 


1590 In Arcadia. 


COLE, 


James Painter. 




34, Mornington Place. 


1862. 


257 Innocence. 




25, Polygon, Clarendon Road. 


1863. 


417 Sunshine. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cole, James — continued. 

Rifle Lodge, Queen's Road, 

Bays7C'aler. 
iS68. 53S " Behold the child, by nature's 
kindly law, etc." 

Minerva Lodge, Acton. 
187 1. 262 A study from niy window. 
1873. 1217 Bird catching. 

Grove Lodge, Acton. 

1875. 92 Waiting for the tide. 

1876. 369 A busy body. 
921 Mischief. 



COLE, James William Painter. 

180, Maida Hill. 

1850. 9S0 Portrait of the "Gent," a cele- 

brated steeplechase horse, at 
Kilmarnock, W.S , the pro- 
perty of W. Redfern, Esq. 
1000 Head of a white terrier. 

1851. 485 Looking out. 

1853. 377 Meet of the Limerick fox- 

hounds, at Croom Castle — 
a bye-day; containing por- 
traits. 
I, Carlton Place, 

St. John's Wood. 

1854. 220 The artist's pets. 

1855. 331 Catching the pony. 

2, Priory Place, Kilhurn. 
1862. 89 A holiday. 

241, Kentish Town Road. 
1867. 400 Scene in Bedfordshire. 

41, Prince of Wales Crescent. 
1873- 565 The last visit to the favourite. 
I, College Place, St. Pancras. 
1878. 82 In disgrace. 



COLE, J. Foxcroft Painter. 

4, Branch Hillside, Hampstead. 

1876. 212 A bleak day. 

575 Pasturage in Normandy. 

Paris. 

1877. 335 Norman farm. 

340 Sheep washing in Normandy. 

COLE, John H Painter. 

Church Lane, Llanbedr, 

Conway. 

1870. 552 The peat road, Carnedd-Llew- 

elyn. 

1871. 699 On the heights, Carnarvon- 

shire. 
1885. 1 166 Mountain solitude. 

1888. 1245 December " Quid pro quo." 

1889. 1455 Nature in December. 

1892. 1164 "It plays with the skies, etc." 



COLE, John Jenkins Architect. 

57, Upper Norton Street. 
1841. 96S CentralHall Assize Courts, Liv- 
erpool. 
1 08 1 Assize Courts, Liverpool. 

1 8, Pratt Street, Lambeth. 
1850. 1108 Melon, etc. 

1 206 Capel Schools, Kempsey, Wor- 
cestershire. 
1218 Villa at High Streatham for 

W. N. Coupland, Esq. 
1287 St. Mary's Church, Abberley, 
Worcestershire. 

COLE, Joseph Painter. 

At Mr. Cole's, 

Holyivell Street, Strand. 
1770. 45 A piece of flowers. 
1771- 43 do. 

1772. 53 do. 

Gate St., Lincoln's Lnn Fields. 
1773' 5^ A piece of flowers. 
1774. 42 A small flower piece. 

1779. 55 A piece of flowers. 

1780. 3 Fruit and flowers; with a por- 

trait of the Leghorn Runt. 

1 78 1. 186 Portrait of a child. 

1782. 109 A flower piece. 



COLE, 

1841. 
1842. 
1844. 
1845. 
1846. 



1847. 
1848. 

1849. 



1850. 
1851. 

1852. 

1853- 
1854. 

1855- 
1856. 

1857. 
1858. 



Miss Mary Ann Painter. 

57, Upper Norton Street. 
1182 A tale of the olden time. 
286 A study. 

567 Portraits of two sisters. 
450 The bereaved. 
231 The Head of a Turk. 
378 Romeo and Juliet. 
459 A moonlight scene. 
587 " The dead are in their silent 

Graves, etc." 
641 Ave Maria. 
271 A portrait. 
435 Meditation. 
182 The perplexed artist. 
457 " Lord, what love have I unto 

thy law ! etc." 
204 Study of a young Algerine. 
97 " The first letter." 
949 Miss Julia Lawrence. 
141 The summer of life. 
267 Playing at school. 
487 The youthful hairdresser. 
400 News from the Crimea. 
222 Dawlish beach. 
169 Gone! 
899 " He stood looking afar, etc." 



COLE, M. E. 

1S32. 774 Portrait of Dorria Damiana. 



Miniature Painter. 

33, Red Lion Street. 



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COLE, Miss Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1866. 9S0 Mosaic portrait in English 
earthenware tesserae. 

COLE, Mrs Painter. 

14, Foley Place. 

1825. 496 Fruit, from nature. 

1826. S50 TuHp, do. 

1827. 555 Fruit. 

1828. 562 Flowers, from nature. 

York House, Richmond. 
1S33. 53' Fruit, from nature. 
1836. 577 do. do. 

1840. 622 Grapes. 

COLE, Philip Tennyson Painter. 

Bolton Studios, Redcliffe Road. 
1S87. 1285 Mrs. Robert Lemon. 

Grove House, Seymour Place, 
Kensington. 
188S. 1352 The Countess of Iddesleigh. 
Royal Colonial Institute, 

Northumberland Avenue. 

1901. 161 The Duke of Norfolk, K.G. 

1902. 260 Sir Frank Green, Bart., Lord 

Mayor of London, 1901. 
271 LordMilner,G.C.M.G.,G.C.B., 
High Commissioner for 
South Africa. 



COLE, 


Reginald Vicat Painter. 






9, Campden Hill Square. 


1896. 


'3 


In the dingle. 




ii 


A Winding of the Wharfe. 


1897. 


249 


" Now spring has clad, etc." 




420 


" 'Tis a blithe May-day." 


1899. 


^75 


Wharfedale pastures. 




401 


Sweet scented woodlands. 




•iPZ 


Yorkshire Wolds. 




967 


The reed-bound pool. 


1900. 


439 


Spring's delights. 


1901. 


191 


" Hollies weird and flowers of 
spring." 




554 


The Wharfe below Bolton 
Abbey. 
9, New Road, Campden Hill. 


1902. 


296 


The ebb of the tide at eve. 




402 


Sunlit flowers of summer time. 


1903. 


5^7 


Harvesting ; painted with Byam 
Shaw. 


1904. 


170 


An English Landscape. 



COLE, Robert Langton Architect. 

23, Throgmorton Street. 
1896. i5o8 Public offices at Sutton. 
1902. 1527 Extension of the. Stock Ex- 
change, London. 



COLE, Solomon Painter. 

Worcester, and 1 1, George St., 
Hanover Square. 

1845. 486 The late John Thomas, Esq., 

Her Majesty's Commis- 
sioner for the suppression of 
the Slave Trade at St. Paul 
de Loanda, western coast of 
Africa. 

1846. 423 Mrs. Savage. 

637 Henry Mann, Esq., attache to 
the British Embassy in Per- 
sia. 

1847. 218 Rev. J. D. Simpson, M.A. 

1850. 513 Mrs. S. C. Cole. 

1851. Ill Mrs. Rutter. 

40; Rev. F. F. H. English. 

5, Poley Place. 

1852. 1275 Rev. — Montesquieu, minister 

of St. John's Church, Cal- 
cutta. 

1 1, Manchester Street. 

1853. 548 Ralph Fletcher, Esq., M.D. 

1854. 290 Mrs. Goodyer. 

12S5 Portrait of a clergyman. 

14, Berners Street. 

1855. 247 Charles George Tripp, Esq. 

6, Wigmore Street. 

1856. 236 Miss Morgan. 

1857. 74 Henry Mann, Esq. 
297 Portrait of a lady. 

1858. 38 Digby, son of the Rev. J. F. 

Hawker English. 

1859. 34 Portrait. 

COLE, Thomas Painter. 

4, Grafton Street. 
324 View in New Hampshire, U.S.A. 
431 The tomb of General Brock, 
near Queenston, Lake On- 
tario, Upper Canada. 
1831. 192 View in the United States of 
America — Autumn. 

COLE, Thomas W Painter. 

7, Sheddon Street, Hyde Park. 
1888. 483 Chrysanthemums. 

The Cottage, Ealing Green. 
1892. 851 Fruit. 
1895. 164 Chrysanthemums. 

17, Mattock Lane, Ealing. 
1 90 1. 1055 A chalky cove. 

COLE, William Architect. 

Stanley Place, Chester. 

1 83 1. 1022 Bolesworth Castle, Cheshire, 

the seat of George Walmsey, 
Esq. 

1832. loii A building. 



1830. 



f02 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



COLEBATCH, G Architect. 

Ai Mr. Laxton's. 
1805. 716 Entrance front to a county 
gaol. 

177, Tottenham Court Road. 
1 80S. 91 J A (Juildhall lor Canterbury. 
1809. S32 A sepulchral building. 

COLEMAN, Charles Painter. 

26, Via Zncchelli, Rome. 
1839. 9- Italian country people refresh- 
ing themselves at a Ca- 
panna amongst shepherds. 
1848. 94 Italian Peasants with buffaloes. 
137, New Bond Street. 
1859. 344 The Forum, Rome. 

36, Via Margutta, Rome. 
1869. 193 The young monk. 

COLEMAN, Charles Caryl... Painter. 

TyT^., Via Margutta, Rome. 
1887. 719 Pruning the Vines, Island of 
Capri. 

COLEMAN, Edward Painter. 

Bardesley\ Birmingham. 

18 1 3. 290 Pheasants. 
330 A hare. 
369 Partridges. 

18 14. 328 A hare. 
181 7. 458 Fish. 

Temple Place., Birmitigham. 

18 1 9. 128 Dead game. 
5S4 do. 

1820. 417 Hare, pheasants, etc. 
1822. 344 Mr. Goss. 

558* St. John preaching in the 
Wilderness, etc. 
1825. 17; Dead game. 

414 Portrait of a young lady. 
1827. 43 do. do. gentleman. 

1829. 100 Mr. Pratt. 

15, Old Square, Birmingham. 
1833. 119 Lieut.-Col. Sir Robert Gill, 
K.B.G. 
120, Islington Street, 

Birmingham. 

1848. 673 Lady Gyll. 

COLEMAN, Edward Thomas. 

Painter. 
52, Upper Charlotte Street. 

1849. '^°° Alexander the Great visits the 

Temple of Jupiter Amnion. 
15, Lincoln's Imi Fields. 
1853- 370 Boveney, near Windsor — sun- 
set. 
1275 A mountain lake on the road 
from Dolgelly to Cader 
Idris. 



1854. 347 A foreground study on Fawke 
Common, near Sevenoaks. 

COLEMAN, Frank Painter. 

129, Ji'ardour Street. 
1885. 1206 A poor dinner table. 
1378 The Anniversary. 
1465 do. do. 

61, North Parade, Bradford. 
1890. 1407 A type of beauty, Italian. 
1 41 5 Ready for action. 

COLEMAN, Miss Helen Cordelia. See 
Mrs. John Angell. 

COLEMAN, Henry Painter. 

cjo G. Squire, 293, O.xford St. 
1S89. 14S3 The Cliffs, Nettuno. 

COLEMAN, H. S Architect. 

2, Cro'cvn Court, Old Broad St. 
1845. 1274 Design for a church. 

COLEMAN, R Gem Engraver. 

41.1-, St. John's Square. 
1831. 1041 Terpsichore; an intaglio. 
1833. 1050 Cicero. 

COLEMAN, Miss Rebecca... Painter. 

2, Belle Vue, Chelsea. 
1872. S4S A silent song. 

COLERIDGE, F. G Painter. 

JJ^argrave, Henley. 

1872. 806 Early summer in the meadows 

near Mapledurham. 

Tivyford, Berks. 
1875. 662 The Thames at Maple Durham. 

COLERIDGE, Lady (formerly Mrs. 

John Duke Coleridge) Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Mrs. J. D. Coleridge. 
1864. 741 Miss M. Alderson. 

742 Master G. Coleridge. 

743 Miss Agnes Lushington. 
Lady Coleridge, 

I, Sussex Square. 

1873. 1229 Miss M. M. Coleridge. 

1315 The Attorney-General, M.P. 

Heaths Court. 

1874. 1217 Sir William Boxall, R.A. 
1229 Sir John Taylor Coleridge. 
1245 W. Butterfield, Esq. 

1875. 1052 Nineteen. 

1069 Very Rev. John Henry New- 
man, D.D. 

I, Sussex Square. 

1876. 1096 Mr. Thomas Selway, stone- 

mason, Ottery St. Mary. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



103 



1876. 1 112 The Rev. Edward Coleridge, 

Fellow of Eton College. 

1877. 1226 May and Maud. 

1266 The Very Rev. John Henry 
Newman, D.D. 
(The late.) 
187S. 1238 Arthur Penrose Seymour, Esq. 

COLERIDGE, Miss Maud. 

Miniature Painter. 

6, William Sired, S. W. 
1898. 1369 The late Lord Chief Justice of 

England. 
1 90 1. 141 6 Piers, son of P. Rodocanachi, 

Esq. 

COLERIDGE, Stephen Painter. 

7, Egerlon Mansions. 
1894. 37S The Brecon Beacons, from 
Langorse Lake. 

COLES, H Miniature Painter. 

177, High Holborn. 

1819. 858 Portrait of a lady. 

1820. 702 Master J. Guise. 

COLES, Walter Architect. 

31, Bath Road, Exeter. 
1894. 1552 Design for a country house. 

COLES, William C Painter. 

36, Lo?ig Street, Devizes. 
1890. 974 Evening glow — Polperro. 

28, Edgar Road, Winchester. 
1894. 84 The lighthouse. 

School of Art, Winchester. 
1897. 886 At the close of day. 

COLIBERT, Julien Sculptor. 

I, Tottenham Court Road. 
1777. 59 A medallion of His Majesty. 

COLIBERT, Nicholas Painter. 

21, Rupert Street. 
1785. 558 St. James Park. 

COLIN, Alexandre Marie .. Painter. 

Paris. 
1829. 234 Gypsy telling their fortunes to 
Italian girls. 
386 Italian bather. 
454 Brigands disputing the spoils of 
their victim. 
Paris, and 

96, Great Russell Street. 
1849. 275 Une cause bretonne. 

361 Pecheurs des cotes de Flandres. 
942 Sujet tird des Incas, de Mar- 
montel la vielle de la mort 
d'Ataliba. 



1850. 537 Columbus before the council 
of Salamanca. ..." What a 
strange spectacle must the 
old hall of the convent have 
presented at this memorable 
conference! a simple mariner 
standing forth in the midst 
of an imposing array of pro- 
fessors, friars, and dignitaries 
of the Church, maintaining 
his theory with natural 
eloquence, and, as it were, 
pleading the cause of the 
New World, etc." 

96, Great Russell Street. 

1852. 88 An Arab and child. 

Pans. 

1853. 245 Scene in Algiers. 

COLIN-LIBOUR, Madame. 

Painter. 

35, Fentiman Rd., Clap ham Rd. 
1883. 719 Le petit saltimbanque. 

COLKETT, S. D Painter. 

42, Clare mont Square. 

1830. loS Landscape. 

1 83 1. 527 Scene at Shepreth, Cambridge- 

shire. 

COLKETT, Miss Victoria S. (after- 
wards Mrs. Harry Hine) ... Painter. 

TrumpingtoH Street, Cambridge. 
1870. 598 Chingford old church, Essex. 

COLLCUTT, Thomas E... Architect. 

12, Finsbury Place South. 

1873. 1 197 Manchester Conservative Club. 

1 7 , Essex Street, Strand. 

1875. 930 The Priory, Mill Hill. 
948 House at Mill Hill. 
960 109, Fleet Street. 

991 32, Nicholas Lane. 

1876. 1042 Design for a staircase. 
1080 Lodge at Mill Hill. 

1877. 1190 House in Bloomsbury Square. 

36, Bloofnsbury Square. 

1878. 1043 Wakefield Municipal Buildings. 
1100 Town Hall, Barrow-in-Furness. 
1 126 House in Paris Exhibition. 

1 1 30 Town Hall, Barrow-in-Furness. 

1879. 1093 Three lodges, Euston Park. 
1138 Pair of houses, Wandsworth. 
1 176 Interior in Paris. 

1880. 1084 Council Chamber, Wakefield 

Town Hall. 
1 1 17 House. 

1217 City of London Schools. 
1882. 118; Wakefield Town Hall. 



I04 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



CoUcutl 


, Thomas E. — continued. 


1827. 


705 


Portrait of a lady. 


1883. 


131 House at Hayes Common. 




785 


do. do. 




152 Hunting lodge at Winchfield. 




795 


do. do. 


18S4. 


2+9 House at Sheen Common. 




825 


Octavius Wigram, Esq. 




5, Lancaster Street, Strand. 




827 


Portrait of a lady. 


1885. 


76; New premises, Oxford Street. 


1828. 


868 


do. do. 


1886. 


685 Porch at East Sheen. 




889 


Mrs. Nathaniel Hibbert. 




720 Cottage at Winchfield. 


1829. 


887 


Portrait of a lady. 


1888. 


765 The Imperial Institute. 




904 


Richard Tattersall, Esq. 


1889. 


865 New Theatre, Cambridge 
Circus. 




910 


George Edward Anson, Esq. 
Bengal Cavalry Cadet. 


1890. 


S64 Premises, Wigmore Street. 




931 


H.S.H. the Princess Hohen- 


1891. 


781 City Bank, Ludgate Hill. 






lohe Laugenbourg. 




36, Bloomsbury Square. 




936 


Lady EUenborough. 


1892. 


644 The Queen's Tower, Imperial 


1830. 


719 


Mr. W. Tracey. 




Institute. 




729 


Portrait of a lady. 




803 Rivernook, Wraysbury. 




730 


Colonel the Hon. George An- 


1893. 


586 Staircase, Imperial Institute. 






son. 


1894. 


557 P. and 0. offices, Leadenhall 




776 


Portrait of a lady. 




Street. 




868 


H.R.H. the Duchess of Kent. 


1895. 


430 The Lecture Hall, Imperial 




914 


Mr. Mitchell. 




Institute. 


1831. 


668 


Lady Helena Cooke. 




437 Cold Harbour, Liphook. 




830 


Mrs. George Burnard. 




566 The King's Hall, Holborn Res- 


1833- 


725 


Mrs. Arthur Pearson. 




taurant. 




785 


Portrait of a gentleman. 


1897. 


1850 Additions to Savoy Hotel. 




842 


Ellen and Mary. 


1898. 


1615 The Croft, Totteridge, Herts. 




S96 


Hon. Miss Bentinck. 


1900. 


1766 Lloyd's Register of Shipping. 
780 do. do. 


1834. 


620 


Miss Granville Harcourt Ver- 
non. 




781 do. do. 




623 


Mrs. Francis Walpole. 


1901. 


563 do. do. 




656 


Mrs. Knight. 


1904. 


597 House at East Grinstead. 




697 


Portrait of a lady. 




603 The Savoy Hotel. 




754 


Miss Fenwick. 








787 Lady Boughton. 


COLLE 


N, Henry. 

Miniature Painter. 

At Mr. G. Hayter's, 




801 


Andrew Knight, Esq., F.R.S., 
and President of the Horti- 
cultural Society. 




78, Whnpole Street. 


(Miniature Painter to the Duchess of 


1820. 


688 Portrait of a gentleman. 


Kent and the Princess Victoria.) 


1823. 


72S Saith Satoore. 


1835- 


691 


Portrait of a lady. 




885 Portraits of a young gentleman 




771 


Lady Newark. 




and favourite setter. 




787 


Portrait of a lady. 


1824. 


444 C. M. Young, Esq. 


1836. 


660 


H.R.H. the Princess Victoria. 




687 Portrait of Carlo, a favourite 




821 


Mary, Lady Petre. 




poodle. 




832 


Mrs. George Keene. 




778 Portrait of a lady. 


1837- 


666 


H.S.H. the Prince Leinengen. 


1825. 


644 John Spencer Stanhope, Esq. 




820 


H.R.H. the Princess Victoria. 




798 T. Cramer Roberts, Esq. 




924 


Mrs. Thomas Cramer Roberts. 




828 Miss Macgregor. 




94S Lady Thompson. 




37, Somerset Street. 


1838. 


818 


Portrait of a lady. 


1826. 


611 Lady Johnstone. 




829 


Lady Catherine Harcourt. 




612 Lady Ann Vernon. 




832 


Miss Catherine H. Smith. 




631 TheArchbishopof York. (Z^«. 




843 


Dr. Harris Dunsford. 




Edivard Venahles Vernon.) 




921 


Frame containing portraits of 




632 The Hon. Granville Vernon. 






the Countess of Surrey, a 




663 Portrait of a lady. 






lady, and two gentlemen. 




755 do. do. 




948 Captain Freemantle, R.N. 




8r4 Madame Ronzi Vestris in the 




101 1 


Portrait of a lady. 




character of the Inconstant 


1839. 


S36 


Henry Vernon Harcourt, Esq. 




Page. 




847 


Miss Frances Bischoff. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



105 





944 


1840. 


682 




703 




755 




856 


I84I. 


745 


i«43- 


906 




907 


7844. 


6S6 




701 




85. 


1845. 


6.7 


1846. 


805 




881 




904 




964 




gSi 


1847. 


800 




828 


1848. 


829 


1849. 


846 



1S39. 880 "Adieu! my native land, 
adieu ! " 
890 Study from nature — ecstatic 
delirium. "Hark ! they whis- 
per, angels say, Sister Spirit, 
come away." 

Lady Francis Vernon Harcourt. 

John Stewart, Esq. 

Hon. Miss Pitt. 

Captain Octavius Vernon Har- 
court, R.N. 

Charles Stewart, Esq. 

Mrs. William Reid. 

Captain Ricketts. 

Mrs. Ricketts. 

Mrs. Elliston Wilson. 

William Collins, Esq., R.A. 

Portrait. 

Arrival of the overland mail. 

R. Hartly Kennedy, Esq. 

Mrs. Merryweather. 

Miss y\lexander. 

Mrs. Cumberland. 

Mrs. Hartly Kennedy. 

Mrs. William Andrews. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Robert Vernon Heath, Esq. 

Frame containing a portrait of 
Her Majesty — in imitation 
of cameo — portraits of a lady 
and gentleman, of Douglas 
Hadow and Miss Kirby. 
1850. 777 Matilda Frederica, youngest 
daughter of John Hayter, 
Esq. 

Portrait of a naval officer. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Thomas Dyce Edwards, Esq. 

Mrs. Edwards. 

Dr. E. Hamilton. 

57, Alortimer Street. 

Miss Fanny Gore. 

St. Albans. 

Portrait. 

Lieutenant Collen, R.A. 

Evening. After W. Collins, 
R.A. ; engraving. 
1872. 1366 Portrait. 



COLLETT, Miss Sophie. 

Miniature Painter. 

Chapel House, 

Burv St. Edmunds. 
1628 William D'Oyle'y, Esq. 

15, Oakley Street Flats, Chelsea. 
1450 Miss L. M. Bury. 
1348 E. J. Barton, Esq. 
1351 Miss E. A. King. 
1 38 1 Muriel. 





855 


I85I. 


940 




950 




956 




1051 


1856. 


996 


I86I. 


881 


186^. 


743 


1868. 


925 



1889. 
I89I. 

1892. 



II. 



1893. 1235 S. E. C. 

1277 Miss Gerald St. John Mildmay. 

1894. 1 219 Alice Mary, daughter of Cap- 

tain E. W. Hereford, R.N. 

1895. "44 Rachel, daughter of John 

Holmes, Esq. 

COLLEY, Andrew Painter. 

7, Chester Crescent, 

Newcastle-oil- Tyne. 
1893. 261 Glass Blowing: lamp chimney 
making. 

1896. 835 Evening. 

1003 Pleasures of life. 
1899. 637 Traghetto, Venice. 

COLLIER, Alexander. 

Miniature Painter. 

128, Camden Street, N.W. 
1889. 156- Florence, daughter of the late 
Robert Charles, Esq. 

1576 Jessie, daughter of John Sim, 

Esq. 

1577 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Park Road, Bushey. 
1892. 1352 The late Robert Charles, Esq. 

1385 A little girl; portrait, 
igor. 1432 "Your health." 

COLLIER, Arthur Bevan ... Painter. 

74, Neivman Street. 

1855. 66 On the Lednock, Perthshire. 
495 Loch Achray and Ben Venue. 

1856. 419 Devonshire Wayside. 

1212 Stanning's Oak on the Plym, 
Devon. 

Plympton, Devon. 

1857. 629 A scene in Devon. 

Carthamartha, Launceston. 
1859. 994 A Landscape. 
1 865. 8 1 A corner of Bettws churchyard. 
North Wales. 

1867. 97 Stepping stones in the Lledr 

Valley. 

Calliiigton, Cornwall. 

1868. 159 Capel Curig, looking towards 

Snowdon. 

1869. 255 Early snowstorm passing over 

Snowdon. 
322 Near Bettws-y-Coed. 

1870. 4S8 River scene. North Wales. 

187 1. 8s On the Mountains, North 

Wales. 

1872. 102 On the river Tamar, Cornwall. 
661 Trebarwith, near Tintagel, 

Cornwall. 
1874. 240 "Sub tegmine fagi "; scene on 
the Tamar. 
1008 Study on the Thames. 
1880. 346 The bank of the river. 

p 



io6 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Collier, Arthur Bevan — continued. 

29, Bolsover Street. 
1884. 681 Spring; sketch on the Walk- 
ham, Devon. 
Carthamartha, Callington, 

Cornwall. 
1 888. 681 St. Agnes, Cornwall. 
1899. 56 Mountain lake, North Wales. 

COLLIER, Bernard C Painter. 

15, Monastery St., Catiterbury. 
1887. 1028 On the beach, Whitstable. 

COLLIER, Miss Imogen Painter. 

Fo.xliams, Horrabridge, Devo?t. 
1899. 506 In the old barn. 
1904. 25 " Rocket," weight-carrying hun- 
ter, at grass. 

COLLIER, Hon. John Painter. 

Jo/m Collier, 104, Eaton Place. 
1874. 382 Study of a head. 

6, William St., Lowndes Square. 

1877. 195 Major Forster. 
262 Mrs. Forster. 

971 The Aiguille Verte from Ar- 
gentiere. 

1878. 313 A glacier stream. 

445 The Earl of Shaftesbury, K.G. 

993 Sir Henry Hawkins, one of 
Her Majesty's Judges of the 
High Court of Justice. 

1879. 26 G. S. Venables, Esq., Q.C. 
1413 The late Professor W, K. Clif- 
ford. 

141 7 Mrs. Ker. 

7, Chelsea Embankment. 

1880. 254 W. B. Carpenter, Esq., C.B., 

M.D., LL.D., F.R.S. Pre- 
sented to the University of 
London, etc. 

382 Mrs. H. Gillum Webb. 

455 Mrs. Mortimer Collier and her 
children. 

602 W. H. Barlow, Esq., F.R.S., 
President Institute of Civil 
Engineers, 1880. 

1881. 260 The last voyage of Henry Hud- 

son. Purchased for the Chan- 
trey Bequest. Henry Hud- 
son, the great navigator, 
made his last voyage to the 
Polar Seas in 16 10. In the 
summer of 161 1 his crew 
mutinied and set him adrift 
in an open boat with his son, 
John Hudson, and some of 
the most infirm of the sailors. 
They were never heard of 
more. 



I88I. 


349 


Sir Joseph D. Hooker, K.C.S.I., 
C.B., F.R.S., etc. 




923 


The curse of Rome: Mr. Ed- 
win Booth as Richelieu. 


1882. 


.89 


Sir George Campbell. K.C.S.I., 
M.P. 




272 


Clytemnestra. " Him twice I 
smote, etc." 




683 


The Lord Chancellor. 




1465 


Charles Darwin; painted for 
the Linnean Society. 


1883. 


304 


The Hon. and Rev. E. Carr 
Glyn, Vicar of Kensington. 




334 


Professor Huxley. 

30, Tite Street. 


1884. 


136 May, Agatha, Veronica, and 






Audrey, daughters of Colonel 






Makins, M.P. 




238 


Richard Ker, Esq., Master of 
the CO. Devon staghounds. 
Presented by the members of 
the Hunt. 




274 


Mrs. T. W. Thornton. 




1521 


Sir George Biddell Airy, K.C.B. 


1885. 


187 


Sir Thomas Boughey, Bart., and 
Lady Boughey. 




574 


The Rev. Dr. Ferrers, Vice- 
Chancellor of the University 
of Cambridge. 




810 


Circe. 




1052 


The Hon. Frederick Tolle- 

mache. 
The Hon. John Collier, 

30, Tite Street. 


1886. 


102 


Colonel Makins, M.P. 




502 


The daughters of William Reed, 
Esq. 




757 


Mffinads. 


1887. 


lOI 


Colonel Sir Francis Brockman 
Morley, K.C.B., etc. 




564 


The Rev. Walter Earle, M.A., 
etc. 




716 


An Incantation. 


1888. 


198 


The Rt. Hon. Sir Reginald 
Hanson, Bart., Lord Mayor 
of London in the year of 
the Jubilee, 1887. 




458 Henry Roscoe, Esq. 




653 


George Williams, Esq. 
4, Marlborough Place, N. W. 


1889. 


24 


A. W. Williamson, Esq., LL.D., 
F.R.S., late Professor of 
Chemistry at University Col- 
lege, London. Presented to 
the College, etc. 




369 


G. E. Thorley, Esq., Warden 
of Wadham College, Oxford. 




556 


W. W. Pilkington, Esq. 


1890. 


551 


The death of Cleopatra. 


I89I. 


333 


Professor Huxley. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



107 



1892. 



1893. 



1894. 



6q6 



i°- 



3'4 
426 



165 
462 

877 



1896. 



493 

5S9 
67 



1 89 1. 531 Mrs. Harry Coghill. 

^^'aiting for the accused. 

A^ori/i House, 

Eaton Avenue, N. W. 

Miss Julia Neilson. {Mrs. F. 
Terry.) 

In the forest of Arden. 
554 The Bishop of Worcester. Pre- 
sented to Corpus Christi Col- 
lege, Cambridge, etc. 

Portrait of a lady. 

A glass of wine with Cjesar 
Borgia. 
921 A. N. Hornby, Esq., Captain 
of the Lancashire Eleven. 

A decoy. 

Professor Burdon Sanderson, 
F.R.S. 

Dr. H. A. Morgan, Master of 
Jesus College, Cambridge, 
etc. 
1895. 4'+ Sir Charles Hall, K.C.M.G., 
Q.C., M.P., Recorder of 
London. 

Lady Halle (Mme. Norman 
Neruda). 

The death of Albine. — Zola. 

Pope Urban VL "The pope 
paced the garden under the 
window of the torture cham- 
ber, reading his breviary 
aloud, that the sound of his 
voice might keep the execu- 
tioner reminded of his func- 
tions." 

Frederick W. Harris, Esq. For 
the Commercial Union As- 
surance Co. 
134 The late Colonel Sir H. St. J. 
Halford, Bart., C.B., etc. 

Sir Walter Henry Wilkin, 
K.C.M.G., Lord Mayor of 
London, 1895-6, etc. 

The whist players. 

The Earl of Halsbury, Lord 
High Chancellor. Fainted 
for the Honourable Society of 
Lincoln's Inn. 

The Rt. Hon. William Court 
Gully, Q.C., M.P., Speaker 
of the House of Commons. 
Fainted for the Honourable 
Society of flie Inner Temple. 
469 Rev. J. J. Hornby, D.D., Pro- 
vost of Eton College, etc. 
657 Trouble. 

516 The Most Rev. J. E. C. Well- 
don, D.D., Bishop of Cal- 
cutta, late Head Master of 
Harrow School. 



1897. 



loi; 



706 



1898. 



992 
59 



71 



1899. 



1899. 



1900. 



1 90 1. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



925 
985 



419 

957 
'51 

^59 



The garden of Armida. 

Rev. J. R. Magrath, D.D., late 
Vice-Chancellor of Oxford. 
For Queen's College, Oxford. 

Miss Lawrence Alma Tadema. 

Samuel Whitbread, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

The billiard players. 

H.R.H. the Duke of Cornwall 
and York. 

Hugh Barnes, Esq., C.S.L 
794 In the Venusberg. 
295 The plague. 
320 A confession. 

395 Sir John Charles Holder, Bart., 
D.L. Presentation portrait. 

Lewis Waller, Esq., in the char- 
acter of " Monsieur Beau- 
caire." 

The prodigal daughter. 

69, Eaton Avenue. 

Mrs. Kendal, Miss Ellen Terry, 
and Mr. Tree, in "The 
Merry Wives of Windsor." 

H. Trentham Butlin, Esq., 
F.R.C.S. 

Professor E. Ray Lankester, 
LL.D., F.R.S. 



190 



427 



52S 



851 



COLLIER, Mrs. John (formerly Miss 

Marian Huxley) Painter. 

7, Chelsea Embankment. 
1880. 1453 " The sins of the fathers." 
1882. 1475 A coming Tragedian. 

30, Tile Street. 
1884. 592 Miss Nettie Huxley. 



COLLIER 


Miss Maria Louisa. 




Sculptor. 




Tottenham. 


1839. 1267 


Model of the tomb of Eloisa 




and Abelard. 




7, Bruce Terrace, Tottenham. 


1840. 1093 


Model of Waltham Cross. 


1841. 1153 


Model of Tottenham Cross. 



COLLIER, Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Por- 
rel (afterwards Lord Monkswell). 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

663 An ice cave near Grindelwald. 

707 The Wengern Alps, Switzerland. 

700 The Matterhorn. 

705 The Stahlech Pass. 

104, Eaton Place. 
374 Monte Rosa, from Macugnana. 

1871. 1046 Mont Blanc, from the Valley 
of Chamounix. 

1872. 229 From the window of a \Velsh 
inn: showery weather. 



1864. 
1865. 
1866. 



1870. 



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Collier, Rt. Hon. Sir Robert Porrel— 

continued. 

1872. 57+ The Wetterhorii, Switzerland. 

1873. 46 On the Mar de Glace. 
52 do. do. 

1028 Morning light in a Swiss 
Valley. 

1874. 38 1 On the Mer de Glace. 

394 Clearing after a storm in the 
Alps. 

1875. 253 The \V'etterhorn, from Rosen- 

laui, Switzerland. 

1876. 21 In the Austrian Tyrol: morn- 

ing. 

1877. 1380 Scene near Argenti^re, Valley 

of Chamounix. 

1878. 223 In the Bernese Alps: a storm 

coming up. 

1879. iSo The source of the Rhone. 
280 The Matterhorn. 

7, Chelsea Embankment. 

1880. 397 The Engel-Horner, Bernese 

Alps. 
i88r. 984 Glacier of the Rhone. 
1882. 732 Meyringen. 
1885. 263 Shadowy mountains. 

COLLIER, Robert William. 

Architect. 

Holyport House, 

Shortlands, Kent. 

1881. 1096 Interior of an exchange. 

COLLIER, Thomas,^./. ... Painter. 

37, Hagley Road, Birmingham. 
i86g. 651 The coming tide. 

I, Windsor Terrace, 

Manchester. 
1870. 611 Birker Moor, Cumberland. 

618 Summer time on the Cumber- 
land Fells. 
629 Evening after rain : Harter Fell, 
Cumberland. 

COLLIER, Thomas F Painter. 

I o, Victoria Grove, Kensington. 

1856. S, Olivia. '"Tis little more, the 

day was warm, etc."— Tewy- 
son^s Talking Oak. 

6, .5"/. George's Terrace. 

1857. 1136 "Russ" on the Dargle, co. 

Wicklow. 

COLLIER, W. H Painter. 

32, Compton Street. 
1826. 3S4 Portrait of Little Fanny, the 
favourite of Lady Dun- 
gannon. 



COLLING, James Kellaway. 

Architect. 

51, /^ark/ay Street. 
1844. 1141 Interior of a church. 

1846. 1 192 North Walsham church. 

1847. 1082 Early English porch. 

1232 Interior, Knapton church, 
Norfolk. 
20, Harrington Street North. 

1848. 1205 Design for a church. 

1853. 1143 St. Pancras Almshouses, Kent- 

ish Town. 
1204 Lady chapel, Beverley Minster. 

1854. 1225 Hooton Hall, Cheshire, etc. 

1855. 1198 Private chapel, do. 

150, Hampstead Road. 

1880. 2161 (In the index, but not in the 

catalogue.) 

6, Salisbury Street, Strand. 

1883. 1142 Pulpit, Lectern, etc., St. Peter's 

Church, Vere Street. 

COLLINGRIDGE, John Painter. 

Domus, Brentii<ood, Essex. 

1903. 1396 Porte des Cordeliers, Falaise. 

COLLINGS, Albert H. Painter. 

Garden Chambers, 

32, Great Ormond Street. 
1896. 453 Irene, daughter of Carl Hent- 

schel, Esq. 
1 90 1. 1 1 28 The miniature. 
1 172 Adrienne. 

1904. 402 Portrait of a lady. 

COLLINGS, Charles J Painter. 

2, The Parade, Chudleigh. 

1893. 160 Chudleigh, Devonshire. 

1894. 928 Quietude : a bit of Devon 

under snow. 

1895. 204 Woodland rambles. 
327 Among old-year relics. 

COLLINGS, S Painter. 

132, Fleet Street. 

1784. 329 Children in the wood; a sketch. 

14, Wine Office Court, Fleet St. 

1785. 447 The chamber of genius. 

58, Dorset St., Dorset Square. 

1786. 533 The triumph of sensibility. 

1787. 518 The convict; a portrait. 

1788. 584 Chalk pit near Lewisham. 

1789. 409 Frost on the Thames; sketched 

on the spot. 

COLLINGS, W Painter. 

Bridge Street, Lambeth. 

1790. 467 Portrait of an artist. 



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COLLINGWOOD, Mrs. E. M. D. 

Miniature Painter. 
Lanehtad, Coniston. 

1901. 1386 Portrait of a lady. 

1902. 1165 Blossom. 

COLLINGWOOD, H Sculptor. 

69, Benvick Street. 
1S24. 978 Bust of a gentleman. 
980 do. do. 

COLLINGWOOD, William. 

Painter. 

London Street, Greenwich. 

1839. 277 Dover — fishing-boats returning 

in a squall. 

1840. 233 Bolton Abbey : summer even- 

ing. 
332 Water lane, York. 

1 84 1. 173 The town and castle of Stirling. 
297 Staffa. 

Murkland House, Greenwich. 

1842. 283 Village of Grange, Borrowdale. 
1244 The Nook of Ambleside. 

1843. 520 Tintagel castle, the birthplace 

of Arthur. 

1844. 114 An interior at West Hill House, 

Hastings. 
894 A churchyard scene — Llan- 

elltyd, North Wales. 
931 Curt Plas, Dolgelly, formerly 

the court-house of Owen 

Glendower. 

1845. 526 Fulling mills at Dolgelly, North 

Wales. 
74S The Pass of Llanberis. 
1084 The Kitchen, Tyniawr, Dol- 
gelly. 
1165 St. Winifred's Well. 

Blue Style, Greenwich. 

1846. 436 A deserted watermill. 

1847. 1147 London and Greenwich, from 

Wellington Grove, Black- 
heath. 
Wellington Grove, Blacklieath. 

1850. 1051 The pass of Llanberis. 

1851. 339 Dumbarton Castle. 
300 A Highland Interior, Glen- 

orchy. 
912 The royal fugitive. 
1043 The young heir — Speke Hall, 

Lancashire. 
1061 Chess cotehele in the days of 

Queen Elizabeth. 
686 The unexpected. 
999 The glacier of Monte Rosa, in 
the Valley of Zermath, Swit- 
zerland. 
87, Chatham Street, Liverpool. 
i860. 829 Cheddar Clifis, Somersetshire. 



1852. 

1854. 
1855- 



1859- 



COLLINGWOOD, William Gersham. 

Painter. 

Gillhtad, U indermere. 
1885. 420 Mercy on pilgrimage. 
1887. 402 Mate and prentice. 
18S8. 1340 St. Barbara. 
1889. 412 Alma Mater. 

1 8, Kensington Court Place. 
1891. U95 Prudence and charity. 

Lanhead, Coniston, Lancashire. 
1894. 132 Daffodils. 

1901. 1102 Ironworks at Eisenerz, Styria. 

1902. 879 Winter at Coniston. 

COLLINS, Albert H Painter. 

Garden Chambers, 

32, Great Ormond Street. 
1894. 507 Portrait of a lady. 

COLLINS, Alfred Painter. 

6, NeivEnd Square, JIampstead. 
1851. iiS7*Lane scene near Hendon, Mid- 
dlesex. 
I, Craven Terrace, 

Camden Town. 

1854. 87 A sludy near Portsmouth. 
1259 A Water mill. 

1855. 444 Cow sheds in the Highgale 

fields. 
453 The side gate; study at Hamp- 

stead. 
472 In the fields near Kentish 

Town. 
642 A study in the Sand-pits, Hamp- 

stead. 

13, Weedington Crescent. 

1856. 427 Study of trees near Highgate. 
544 In the fields near Hampstead. 

1857. 607 A forest pool. 

1858. 170 A study from nature. 

88, Jl'ar7C'ich Gardens. 
1879. 4S1 Study of a head. 

COLLINS, Charles Painter. 

8, Sloane Street. 
1867. 413 An English Cottage. 

Shaftesbury Villa, Forest LLill. 

1875. 7 Chilworth pond. 

East Street, Dorking. 

1876. 973 After rain. 

Arundel Road, Dorking. 
1878. 1345 Interior of a cowhouse, Nower 
Farm, Surrey. 
Walton Cottage, 

Horsham Road, Dorking. 

1 88 1. 15 On Ben Vracky, Pitlochry. 
826 A study from nature. 

1882. 978 Scanty feed. 

1883. 139 Ploughing up the stubble: 

Sussex. 



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1883. 

1884. 

1885. 
1 886. 



1887. 



1888. 

1890. 
1891. 

1893. 
1895. 
1896. 



1898. 
1899. 



1900. 



i9°3- 



, Charles — continued. 

590 " Homeless, ragged and tanned, 
etc." 

966 Spring time. 

405 Surrey farmyard. 

15, Ani/idt/ Roaii, Dorking. 
49 Disputed rights. 

409 A Surrey homestead. 

S40 Basking in the sunshine. 

929 Trespassers. 

975 On the Arun, Sussex. 

31 A country fair. 
1052 On the Wey, near Ripley. 
10; I Raiders. 

390 A lock on the Ouse, near Bar- 
combe. 

932 A Surrey homestead. 

122 The banks of the Mole. 

272 A corner of the fair. 

116 A pleasant way in summertime. 

351 Blackthorn winter. 

234 On the Cornish coast, near 
Bude. 

277 An autumn song. 

734 On the housetop. 

382 A bend on the Mole. 

430 "Autumn laying here and there, 
etc." 

749 The old Coombe Farm. 

41 8 Messack Point, from near St. 
Mawes. 

461 The uninvited guest. 

828 In the Maytime. 

64S His first attempt. 

696 When March winds blow. 



COLLINS, Miss ..: Painter. 

2, Leicester Square. 
1825. 462 Hussey Tower, Boston, Lin- 
colnshire. 



COLLINS, Mrs. Charles (formerly 
Miss Kate T ickens, afterwards Mrs. 
Charles Edward Perugini). See P. 



COLLINS, Charles Allston... Painter. 

I, Devotiport Road, 

Hyde Park Gardens. 

1847. 576 Dr. West. 

906 Mrs. John Bullar. 

1848. 4S8 The temptation of Eve. "And 

the serpent said unto the 
woman, etc." 
669 Ophelia. " There, on the pend- 
ant boughs, etc." 

38, Blandford Square. 

1849. 515 The empty purse. 



1850. 535 Berengaria's alarm for the safety 

of her husband, Richard 
Cceur de Lion, awakened by 
the sight of his girdle offered 
for sale at Rome. "The 
Provenc^al traditions declare, 
etc." "The Queen was accom- 
panied by Joanna (sister of 
Richard I) and the Princess 
of Cyprus." 

1 7, Hiinuver Terrace. 

1 85 1. 493 Convent thoughts. "I meditate 

on all thy works, etc." 
71S William Bennett, Esq. 

1852. 55 May, in the Regent's Park. 

347 " So keep thou by calm prayer 
and searching thought, etc." 
1091 The devout childhood of Saint 
Elizabeth of Hungary. " If 
she found the doors of the 
chapel in the palace shut, 
not to lose her labour, she 
knelt down at the threshold, 
and always put up her peti- 
tion to the throne of God." 

1853. 346 " Thou who hast given me eyes 

to see, etc." 

1854. 607 A Thought of Bethlehem. Part 

of the life of Madame de 
Chantal. " A poor strange 
woman . . . found refuge in 
a stable, where she gave 
birth to her child. Madame 
de Chantal walked a con- 
siderable distance to visit 
her . . . confessed that she 
thought of the Infant Jesus 
in the stable, etc." 

1855. 1334 The good harvest of '54. 

COLLINS, G. Edward Painter. 

15, Arundel Road, Dorking. 
1903. 1046 The blackbird's home. 
Wick House, 

Horsham Road, Dorking. 
T904. 304 Daffodils. 

COLLINS, Horace W Architect. 

]]'alrcddon, Redruth, Cornwall. 
1903. 1546 Church, etc., Troon, Camborne. 

COLLINS, Hugh Painter. 

23, London Street, Edinburgh. 
1868. 428 In close pursuit of a deserter: 
the 42nd Highlanders. 
28, Forth Street, Edinburgh. 

1890. 622 The artist's daughter. 

1 89 1. 98 1 The artist's wife. 



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COLLINS, Hyman Henry. 

Architect. 
5, Queen Street, E.C. 
1875- 937 New Liberal Club, Walbrook. 
10C9 Interior, do. do. 

COLLINS, J Sculptor. 

Southampton Rota. 
1806. 938 Bust of Mr. Barrymore. 

COLLINS, J Painter. 

Black heath Roatl. 
181 1. 381 View from Blackheath. 
749 View of Eltham Palace. 



COLLINS, 

1841. 633 

1845. 265 
268 

1846. 1157 

1854. 167 

1856. 484 

547 

1857. 75 
540 

1858. 417 



James Edgell ... Painter. 

18, Sidmouth Street. 

Regent Square. 

A painter's study. 

34, Percy St., Bedford Square. 

Portrait. 

(No title in catalogue.) 

A portrait. 

2 1 , Soho Square. 

The Earl of Carnarvon. 

Lady Elizabeth Craven. 

Mrs. Richardson Winckworth. 

" Genevieve." 

Major-General L. Goodlake, 
V.C., Coldstream Guards. 

5, Hinde Street, 

Mancliester Square. 

Mrs. Marcus Brown West- 
head. 

Mr. Barry. 

Maidenhood. " Gather thee 
each flower, etc." 

At a Window — carnival. 

St. Valentine's day. 

A flower Girl. 

Mrs. F. R. Pickersgill. 

29, Welbeck Street. 

Miss Bateman as Leah. 

Major-General Logan. 

John Hawkshaw, Esq., F.R.S. 
Painted for tlie Institution 
of Civil Engineers. 

Zoe. 
The Gallery, 11, Haymarket. 

" What shall I say? " 

A portrait. 

Sir W. Robert Grove. 



COLLINS, Miss Jennette Painter. 

28, Forth Street, Edinburgh . 
1892. 711 Amongst the artist's properties. 

1896. 550 Sunshine. 

1897. 1058 The little model : off duty. 



1859- 


613 

629 


i860. 
I86I. 


1 11; 

429 

463 

429 


1864. 
1865. 
1866. 


174 

579 
407 


1868. 


5'9 


I87I. 

1872. 


273 

48. 

1042 



I777. 
1778. 



1779. 
1780. 



COLLINS, Mrs. M Painter. 

Walton Lodge, Gravesend. 
1876. 1 1 22 A study. 

COLLINS, Miss Maria Painter. 

38, Moray Place, Edinburgh. 
1889. 1526 An old Mill, Vichy. 

COLLINS, Miss Mary Painter. 

Sunnyside, Epsom. 
1895. 205 Japanese anemones. 

COLLINS, Richard. 

Miniature Painter. 
At Mr. Gripp's, 
facitig Beaufort Buildings, 
Strand. 
60 Two portraits in miniature. 

380, Strand. 

55 A portrait in miniature. 
I, Tavistock Rote, 

Covent Garden. 

56 A miniature. 
256 Portrait of a lady; miniature. 

13, Strand. 

1781. 350 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1782. 273 do. do. 

1783. 306 do. young gentleman. 
315 The destinies. 
348 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

30, Great Queen Street. 
260 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

CoTnpton.) 
305 Portrait of a lady. 
319 do. gentleman. 

do. lady. 
do. gentleman. 
(Portrait Painter in enamel to His Majesty.) 
1789. 31? Portrait of a gentleman. 

15, Great Russell Street. 
327 Portrait of a young gentleman ; 

a miniature. 
330 Portrait of His Majesty; in 

enamel. 
337 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 
Stodart.) 

23, Pall Mall. 
236 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Moore.) 
431 Portrait of a gentleman. {Dr. 

Buchan.) 
460 Portrait of the manager of the 
European Museum. {Mr. 
Wilson.) 

1799. 462 Mr. Watson. 

1800. 585 Mr. Meredith. 
892 Portrait of a lady. 

1 80 1. 778 do. gentleman. 



1784. 

1785- 
1786. 
1787. 279 

325 



1790. 



1791. 



1792. 



1793- 



1794. 



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Collins, Richard — continued. 

39, DcvonsJiire Street, 

Portland Place. 
1S02. 796 Mrs. Major. 

1803. 781 Portrait of a young lady. 

1804. 721 Miss Smith. 

1805. 369 T. Richings, Esq. 

1806. 65 Portrait of a lady. 

18, Poland Street. 
1818. 372 Portrait of himself. 

COLLINS, S Miniature Painter. 

4, Si. James's Street. 
1831. 635 Portrait of a lady. 

925 do. gentleman. 

COLLINS, T Painter. 

8, Regenfs Place, Birmingka?n. 
1867. 29 Spring flowers. 

COLLINS, W. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

227, Strand. 
1816. 474 Drawing of a painted window 

at Kempton Park for the 

late J. Fish, Esq. 
693 Elevation of saloon windows, 

etc., for Eaton Hall, for Earl 

Grosvenor. 
787 Drawing for a painted window. 
796 Painted window at St. Paul's 

church, Deptford. 
820 Drawing of a painted window. 

COLLINS, W Painter. 

Cohurg Place, Bayswater. 
1822. 709 View on the River Usk. 

COLLINS, William, ^.^. ... Painter. 

1 18, Great Portland Street. 

1807. 425 Morning — aviewnear Milbank. 
7S4 A view near Milbank. 

1809. 50 Boy at breakfast. 

108 Boys with a bird's nest. 

Master Lee, as he spoke the 
Prologue at the Haymarket 
Theatre. 
Cottage children blowing bub- 
bles. 
313 Boys bathing — amorningscene. 

1811. 124 A country kitchen. 
128 The weary trumpeter, orjuvenile 

mischief. 
197 Portrait of a lady. 

1812. 147 Children playing with puppies. 

18 1 3. 7S Portrait of a gentleman. 
191 Thedisposalofafavouritelamb. 

1814. 88 Blackberry gatherers. 
229 Bird-catchers — morning. 



247 



I5IO. 210 



(Elected A.R.A.) 

181 5. 29 The reluctant departure. 
245 A Harvest shower. 

307 Half-holiday muster. 

1 1 , New Cavendish Street, 

Portland Place. 

1816. 7 Shrimp boys at Cromer. 
22 Portraits of two ladies. 
63 Going to market. 

81 Portrait of a lady. 

308 An argument at the spring. 

1817. 89 The Kitten deceived. 

Ill Portraits of Master and Miss 
Martin and Master Meyer 
playing at " beat my neigh- 
bour." 

183 Fishermen coming ashore be- 
fore sunrise. 

334 Sunrise. 

363 M. Stark, Esq. ; a sketch. 

1 8 1 8. 8 A scene on the coast of Norfolk. 
80 Departure of the Diligence from 

Rouen. 

1819. 23 Portraits of Lords Charles and 

Thos. Pelham Clinton, twin 
sons of the Duke of New- 
castle. 
175 Morning — Fishermen on the 
look out. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1820. 99 Capstern at work, drawing up 

fishing boats. 

179 Master Cecil and Miss Fanny 
Boothby. 

331 River scene: Cottage girl buy- 
ing fish. 

182 1. 87 Scene in Borrowdale, Cumber- 

land. 
115 Dartmouth, Devon. 
154 Morning on the coast of Kent. 

1822. 33 Scene near Chichester. 
60 Clovelly, North Devon. 

89 Wood-cutters: Buckland on the 

Moor, Devon. 
208 Bayham Abbey, a seat of the 
Marquis Camden, during the 
celebration of a fete given 
upon the coming of age of 
Lord Brecknock. 

1823. 67 A Fish Auction on the South 

coast of Devonshire, where 
it is the custom of the fisher- 
men to substitute the drop- 
ping of a stone, for the stroke 
of the auctioneer's hammer. 
88 Scene in Borrowdale, Cumber- 
land. 
438 AValmer Castle, a seat of the 
Earl of Liverpool. 

1824. 12 Stirling Castle. 



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1829. 



1824. 20 The cherry -seller: a scene at | 

Turvey, Bedfordshire. 
209 Portraits of the children of H. 
Rice, Esq. 

295 Bucklandon the River Dart (an 

estate of E. P. Bastard, Esq., 
M.P.), Devonshire. 

1825. 48 Buying fish on the beach — hazy 

morning. 
78 Fishermen getting out their 

nets (Hastings). 
2S0 Kitley, Devon, a seat of E. P. 
Bastard, Esq., M.P. 

1826. 46 The young shrimp-catchers, 
no Children picking hops. 
154 Fishermen leaving home for 

the night. 

1827. 105 A frost scene. 
158 Buying fish. 

337 Children examining the con- 
tents of a net. 

Pond Street, Hampstead. 

1828. 59 Doubtful weather. 
86 Taking out a thorn. 

256 Scene in Freshwater Bay, Isle 

of Wight. 
369 Scene at Folkestone. 
103 Scene in a Iventish Hop 

Garden. 
116 Fisher children. The centre 

figure is a portrait of the son 

of the Hon. George Agar 

Ellis. 
166 The morning after a storm. 

296 Summer moonlight. 
371 Prawn fishing. 

Les Causeuses. 

Mussel gatherers — coast of 

France. 
Waiting the arrival of fishing 
boats — coast of France. 

30, Porchester Terrace. 
25 The venturesome robin. 
138 The morning bath. 
299 Shrimpers — evening. 
29 Rustic civility. 
112 Skittle players. 
142 Fisher Boys. 
51 Returning from the haunts of 

the sea fowl. 
97 Scene on the Coast of France. 
133 The stray Kitten. 
112 Cottage Hospitality. 
133 The morning lesson. 
107 Children launching a boat. 
126 The mariner's widow. "Some 
chord in unison with what 
we hear, etc." 
180 Welsh peasants crossing the 
sands to market. 



1830. 

1831. 
1832. 
1833- 

1834. 
1835- 



57 
145 



268 



'83s 
1836 

1839 



1840. 



1841. 



1843. 



298 Cromer, on the coast of Nor- 
folk. 

135 Sunday. "O day most calm, 
most bright, etc." 

175 Leaving home. 

194 Happy as a King. 
20, Avenue Rd., Regent's Park. 

90 Poor travellers at the door of 
a Capuchin convent, near 
Vico, Bay of Naples. 

211 A scene near Subiaco, Roman 
States. " Elemosina per la 
Madonna." 

366 Naples: young lazzaroni play- 
ing the game of arravoglio. 
74 Our Saviour with the doctors 
in the Temple, etc. 

115 Ave Maria — scene near Tivoli. 
"Ave Maria! blessed be the 
hour, etc." 

256 The passing welcome — Naples. 
8, Oxford Terrace, Hyde Park. 

106 The two disciples at Emmaus. 
" And it came to pass as he 
sat at meat with them, etc." 

195 The peace-maker. 
349 Lazzaroni — Naples. 

384 A scene taken from the caves 
of Ulysses at Sorrento, the 
birthplace of Tasso. " Not a 
cleft but flings on the clear 
wave some image of delight, 
etc." 

475 Ischia, Bay of Naples. 
(Librarian to the Royal Academy.) 

85, Oxford Terrace. 
46 Welsh guides — Llanberis, 
North Wales. 

104 Prayer: a family about to leave 
their native shores, implor- 
ing divine protection. 

137 The residence of the late Sir 
David Wilkie at Kensing- 
ton, the last he inhabited 
before his fatal journey to 
Jerusalem. 

240 Sorrento, Bay of Naples. 

241 Villa D'Este, Tivoli. 

387 A scene at Aberystwith, Car- 
digan Bay, with portraits of 
the three children of Ed- 
mund Antrobus, Esq. 

529 Dominican monks returning to 
the convent— Bay of Naples. 

94 The World, or the Cloister. 

204 A windy day — Sussex. 

217 A sultry day— Naples. 

309 The Virgin and child. "The 
Virgin blest hath laid her 
babe to rest, etc." 

Q 



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Collins, William, R.A. — continued. 

1843. 457 A girl of Sorrento spinning. 

I, Devonport Street, 

Hyde Park Gardens. 

1844. Ill Morning — Boulogne. 
141 Seaford, Sussex. 

148 The Vale of Conway, near 
Bettws-y-Coed — Moel Sia- 
bod in the distance; study 
from nature. 

258 A patriarch. 

1845. 126 Undercliff, near Ventnor, Isle 

of Wight. 

188 Cromer Sands, coast of Nor- 
folk. 

200 Fetching the doctor. 

246 Prawn-fishing, coast of Sussex. 

344 Antonio. " I have heard, your 
Grace hath ta'en great pains, 
etc." — Merchant of Venice, 
act iv, sc. I. 

1846. 90 Hall Sands, Devon. 

106 Shrimpers hastening home. 

184 Early morning. 

529 Meadford Bay, Torquay. 



COLLINS, W. H. 

Miniature Painter. 

Leadenhall Street. 
1822. 576 Miss E. CoUins. 

14, Poultry. 

1849. 655 Mr. George Wilder. 

40, Cheafiside. 

1850. 902 Widow of the late Jesse Gould- 

smith, Esq. 

1851. 877 Portrait of a Spanish gentle- 

man. 

161, Strand. 

1852. 754 Portrait of a gentleman. 

75, Fleet Street. 

1853. 843 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1854. 875 do. do. 

31, Coventry Street. 

1855. 922 Mrs. Ward. 

1856. 788 Baron Damier, charge d'affaires 

deS.M. I'Empereur d'Hayti. 

1857. 687 T. Cousins, Esq. 

1858. 735 Mr. W. H. Sherl. 

1859. 801 Mrs. Conquest. 



COLLINS, W. J Painter. 

Glosler Road, Regent's Park. 
1859. 27; The artist's reverie. 



COLLINS, W. W Painter. 

38, Blandford Square. 
1849. 38 The smugglers' refuge. 



COLLINS, William Wiehe... Painter. 

II, Cheyne Gardens. 
1890. 275 "Miserere, Domine!" 
clo J. A. Collins, 

5, New Inn, W.C. 
1897. 54 On the Cornish Coast. 
912 The evening star. 
1298 An old Italian garden. 

4041^, Fulham Road. 
1899. 1087 Wild hyacinths. 
1 90 1. II 54 The shepherd. 

West Holme Lodge, 

Wareliam, Dorset. 
1903. 367 The battleships of the Channel 
Fleet commencing the grid- 
iron evolution. 

COLLINS and MERRIN. 

Architects. 

31, Fenchurch Street. 
1886. 1604 Qfifices, 31, Fenchurch St. 

COLLINSON, Frank G. . Architect. 

clo Collinson and Lock, 

Oxford Street. 
1893. 1532 Design for window for card- 
room. 

COLLINSON, George F... Architect. 

2, Broad Street Buildings. 
1899. 1839 House on Harpenden Common. 

COLLINSON, James Painter, 

25, Polygon, Soniers Town. 

1847. '^7 The charity boy's ddbut. 

1848. 102 The rivals. 

1849. ^73 Italian image boys at a road 

side alehouse. 
15, Grove Place, Brompton. 

1850. 448 Answering the emigrant'sletter. 

II, Queen's Road, Clielsea. 
1855. 217 Temptation. 

321 The writing-lesson. 

1857. 102 To let. 
lis For sale. 

1858. 745 "Mr. Oriel is of the pointed 

Gothic school, while old 
Slocum is of the good old 
tawny port-wine school." — 
Thackeray. 

Woodside Villa, Epsom. 
i860. 239 Happy thoughts. 

1862. 272 The blind basket-maker. 

1863. 253 A sparrow's nest. 

15, St. John's Park, Holloway. 

1864. 251 The letter. 

1865. 439 Mother and child. 
556 A study. 



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1869. 364 Sisters of Charity teaching blind 

girls to sing. 

1870. 220 A creche. 

COLLINSON, Robert Painter. 

20, Hereford Square. 
1858. S02 Stray rabbits. 
1 86 1. 644 Hopes and fears. 

1864. 97 " Ordered on foreign service "; 

finished sketch. 

1865. 110 A quiet dell; finished study. 
132 The leisure hour. 

461 Misgivings. 
1868. 146 An after dinner study. 

426 The close of day. " Now with 
religious awe, the farewell 
light." 
i86g. 349 A secluded spot. 

835 The harvest is ready; a finished 
sketch. 

1870. 484 The dawn of hope. "Sorrow 

may endure for a night, but 
joy Cometh in the morning." 

1871. 362 Absorbed in Robinson Crusoe. 
420 Near Arundel. 

687 Heather. 

1872. 502 To win or die. "The fifteenth 

of July . . . the bravest man 
in battle was brave Lord 
Willoughbee." 

1873. ^*+ -^ Venetian noble. 
399 The escape. 

1874. 38 The Sabbath day. 
390 Leaves from nature. 

1875. 430 Sunday afternoon. 
187S. 385 The mill pool. 

1312 Home. 

1313 Butterburs. " Bright and glo- 

rious is that revelation, etc." 

1879. 43 Light in the cottage. "Such 

calm old age, a conscience 
pure, etc." 

1880. 998 A summer ramble. "Beneath 

the open sky abroad, among 
the plants and breathing 
things." 

1883. 106 An English home. "We can- 

not arrest sunsets nor carve 
mountains ; but we may turn 
every English home, if we 
choose, into a picture which 
shall be no counterfeit, but 
the true and perfect image 
of life indeed." — Ruskin. 
652 The evening primrose. 

1884. 1541 The last mile. 

1885. 304 "The river glideth at its own 

sweet will." 
693 Peace with honour. 
1890. 1045 The old mill. 



COLLINSON, Mrs. Robert (Eliza). 

Painter. 

I o, Bedford F/aee, 

Hampstead Road. 
1856. 156 Flowers. 

20, Hereford Square. 
1861. 249 Flowers. 
1868. 289 do. 



COLLIS.J Architect. 

6, Upper Be/grave Place. 

1836. 1003 The Kemble Tavern, corner of 

Bow Street and Long Acre, 
etc. 

1837. 1132 Design for an Italian villa. 
1839. 1116 Kingston Market and Town 

Hall. 



COLLMAN, L. W Architect. 

34, Broad .Street Bui/dings. 
1842. 1074 Decorated corridor at Ossing- 
ton, the seat of J. E. Denison, 
Esq., M.P. 

42, Ciirzon Street. 

1847. '^'3 View of a library. 

1848. 1 1 90 North transept and Chapter 

House, York Cathedral. 
1200 Entrance Hall, British Museum. 

1849. 1020 Ceiling of drawing-room, Ori- 

ental Club. 



COLLOPY, T Painter. 

4, Little Maddox Street, 

Hanover Square. 

1786. 26 Portraits of a lady, gentleman, 

and child. 

412 The crucifixon; a sketch of an 

altarpiece painted in Ireland. 

1788. 238 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Agar.) 

COLLS, Mrs. Clara Painter. 

Beaco/naood, Barnt Green, 

Worcester. 
1 90 1. 637 Native shop, Ceylon. 

COLLS, Harry Painter. 

9, Castleiiau Villas, Barnes. 
1884. 337 Calm weather in Torbay. 

44, Piccadilly. 

1886. 606 "Time leaves no wrinkle on 

thy azure brow. Such as 

creation's daw^n beheld, thou 

roUest now." 

1888. 920 A grey day — Penzance. 

1889. 944 Mounts Bay, Cornwall. 



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COLLS, Miss Kate M Painter. 

26, Park Crescent, 

Portland Place. 

1894. 7J1 Langley church. 

1898. +09 A thistle field. 

1899. 769 On the downs. 
1901. 779 Early morning. 

1904. 382 Greenan, on the Ayrshire 
Coast. 

COLLS, Richard Painter. 

22, Robert Street. 
1831. 567 Fruit and still life. 

1834. 506 Fruit. 

1835. 320 do. 

21, George Street. 

1836. 241 Study of Fruit. 

I, Grove End Road. 

1837. 464 Fruit. 

1838. S96 A Fruit piece. 

1839. 310 Farmyard. 

1 135 Windsor Castle. 

1840. 9S Forest scene — sunset. 
423 Fruit. 

Tinswell Lodge, 

St. Petef's Square. 

1841. 41 A Fruit piece. 
145 do. 

Orleans Cottage, 

Hampstead Road. 

1842. S35 A fruit piece. 
892 do. 

Cornwall Rd., Hammersmith. 

1843. 466 A fruit piece. 

1844. 33 do. 

1845. 183 Fruit and still life. 
393 Study of .fruit. 

48, Charles Street, St. fames'. 

1846. 155 A landscape of the Thames. 

168, New Bond Street. 
1848. 1131 A fruit piece. 

COLLUCCI, V Painter. 

20, Ovington Square. 
i860. 738 The Duchess of St. Arpino. 

818 Miss Seymour, daughter of Dr. 
Seymour. 

COLLYER, Joseph, A.R.A. 

Engraver. 

7, White Lion Row, Lslington. 
1789. 565 Girl and kitten. An engraving 
after Sir Joshua Reynolds; 
unfinished. 
1 791. 649 Portrait of their Majesties. 
From a picture by Mr. Russ- 
ell. 
(Portrait-Engraver to her Majesty.) 



1792. 

1797- 
1798. 



i»i 
1822 



620 



385 



663 



1799. 869 



16, Dorrington Street, 

Coldbalh Fields. 
578 Portrait of his Royal Highness 
the Prince of Wales. An en- 
graving after Mr. Russell. 

8, Constitution Row, 

Gray's Lnn Road. 

Portrait of Sir Charles Grey. 
After Mr. Lawrence. 

Portrait of a nobleman. From 
a picture by W. Beechey. 
(Probably Lord Cardigan}) 

The giving of the law. From 
a picture by P. J. de Louth- 
erbourg, R.A. 

Portraits of H.R.H. the Prin- 
cess of Wales and the Prin- 
cess Charlotte. Engraved by 
permission from a picture in 
the possession of the Duke 
of Brunswick, painted by 
J. Russell, R.A. 
1 80 1. 613 His Majesty receiving the 
armed associations on the 
4th June, 1799. Engraved 
from a drawing by Mr. 
Dayes; unfinished. 
1S03. 485 The baptism of Queen Eliza- 
beth. From the play of 
Henry VHI. ''King. My 
noble gossips, ye have been 
too prodigal, etc." 

Portrait of Spencer the poet. 
Engraved from an original 
picture in the possession of 
the Earl of Kinnoull. 
580 Departure ofTelemachus from 
Nestor. F/(/f Homer's "Odys- 
sey," Book iii, line 612. 
585 Oliver Cromwell dissolving the 

Long Parliament. 
622 Portrait of a clergyman. From 
a picture by the late Mr. 
Russell. 

An engraving to commemorate 
the abolition of the African 
slave trade. 

Portrait of the Rev. R. Cecil. 
Engraved from a picture by 
Mr. Russell. 

Portrait of a clergyman. After 
M. A. Shee, R.A. 

Portrait of the late Thomas 
Lechmere Grimwood, D.D. 
Engraved from a picture by 
T. Clarke. 

Portrait of the Rev. Daniel 
Wilson, M.A. Engraved 
from a drawing by J. Jack- 
son, R.A. 



1805. 566 
1806. 

1807. 
1808. 
181 1. 794 



661 



8. 603 



421 



422 



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COLLYER, Miss Kate Winifred. 

Miniature Painter. 

Gknfield, near Leicester. 
i8gi. 1462 Mrs. M'Craith. 

1463 Miss Stone. 

1464 Mrs. E. Sankey. 

1481 Mrs. Aucher-Warner. 
1892. 141 1 Mrs. J. F. Warwick. 

1412 John F. Warwick, Esq. 

1413 Mrs. George Branston. 

1414 Mrs. Fletcher. 

141 5 Mrs. E. P. Davis. 

1416 Alan Edmund, son of H. R. 

Beeton, Esq. 

1417 Clara, daughter of W. D. War- 

wick, Esq. 
141 s Gladys, daughter of W. D. 
Warwick, Esq. 

1894. 1311 Arthur Vernon, son of S. Rich- 

ards, Esq. 

1312 Douglas Vivian, son of J. F. 

Warwick, Esq. 

13 1 3 Mrs. Frederick H. Browning. 

1314 Sir ^\'illiam Gilstrap, Bart. 

1343 Miss Eva M. Branston. 

1344 Mrs. C. Constable Curtis. 

1345 Mrs. Edward Co.x Seaton. 

1895. 1206 Lady Chamberlain. 

1207 GladySjdaughter of J. A. Corah, 

Esq. 
120S Ethel, daughter of E. Bowyer 

Sparke, Esq. 
1209 Rowland, son of C- A. Spencer, 
Esq. 
1895. 1210 Hon. Eleanor Rolls, daughter 
of Lord Llangattock. 

TIw Fosse, Leicester. 
1900. 1474 Dorothy, daughter of the Rev. 
Arthur Carter. 



COLLYER, Miss Margaret . . . Painter. 

Alexandra House, 

Kensington Gore. 

1897. S65 A brown study. 
938 Old Duke. 

27, Clareville Grove, 

South Kensington. 

1898. 896 "Nothing venture, nothing 

win." 
Tedworth Studios, 

Smith's Terrace, Che/sea. 

1899. 698 " A watched pot never boils." 
873 Friend or Foe? 

1900. 448 Nonplussed. 

44, Munster Road, Ficlham. 

1902. 676 A border chief. 

691 " Some are born great." 

1903. 299 "Silence is deep as eternity, 

speech is as shallow as time." 



COLLYER, Miss Mildred H. 

Miniature Painter. 
3, Garden Road, 

St. John's U ood. 
1894. 1274 Evelyn, eldest daughter of 

J. N. I'yke-Nott, Esq. 
1897. 1083 La belle dame sans merci. 
2rt, Royal Hospital Road, 

Chelsea. 
T903. 1197 Portrait of a lady. 

COLLYER, W Painter. 

At Mr. Smith's, 

98, Swallow Street. 
1820. 4i;o Dead game. 

COLMAN, S Painter. 

Stone House, Pimlico. 

1839. 11 84 Flowers. 

4, Commercial Road, Pimlico. 
1S40. 224 Sunday morning — going to 
church. 

COLMAN, S. Painter. 

c/(' G. Rainger, 

12, Albert Terrace, 

Notting Hill. 
1872. 88; On the Avon. 

COLMAN, W Architect. 

28, Esse.K Street. 
1843. 1194 Improvements on Mr. Park's 
ground at Battersea, op- 
posite the new Cadogan Pier 
at Cheyne Walk, Chelsea, 
etc. 

COLMAN, William Gooding. 

Architect. 

1840. 924 St. George's school. 

COLMAR, W. J Architect. 

10, Pelham Crescent. 
1839. 1185 Schools in Kennington Lane, 
etc. 

COLNETT, F. Architect. 

1 1 , Addison Road. 
1848. 1218 Alterations to house in Esse.x. 

COLOMB, Wellington Painter. 

96, Afounf Street. 

1866. 17S Tore Mountain, from Muck- 

ross shore, Killarney. 

168, At'J£' Bond Street. 

1867. 761 F"rom the Queen's drive, Kil- 

larney. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



COLONNA-CASTIGLIONE, 

Duchess of Sculptor. 

I, Rue Bayard, Pans. 

1866. S69 L;i (lorgone; bronze bust. 

1867. iiSo H.M. The Empress Eugenie. 

The original in marble is in 
the possession of the Hotel de 
Ville, Paris, for La Salle du 
Trone. 

COLSON, J Architect. 

38, Norfolk Street, Strattd. 
1844. 1163 A church. 

1171 Elevation of Bishop Fox's 
chantry, Winchester Cathe- 
dral. 

COLSON, Miss Julia Painter. 

Vine Cottage, 

Bromley Street, Stepney. 
1904. 641 Fruit. 

COLTHURST, Francis E.... Painter. 

Northfield House, Taunton. 

1903. 613 Summer in Andalusia. 
649 An Andalusian Noria. 

1032 A grey day — Granada. 
6, Scarsdale Studios, 

Stratford Road, IV. 

1904. 155 Spring is coming — Segovia, 

Spain. 



COLTON, 



1889. 2155 

1890. 1982 
2036 

1892. 1888 

1987 

1893. '700 
■737 

1894. 1256 



1896. 1882 

1897. 1934 

1898. 1963 

1899. 2048 

2056 



William Robert, A.R.A. 

Sculptor. 

7, Colchester Square, 

St. George's Square. 

Head. 

4, St. John's Wood Studios. 

The young St. John; statue. 

A crown of glory; bust. 

Tender blossoms ; head, terra- 
cotta. 

The late D. G. Pinkney, Esq. ; 
bust, terra-cotta. 

A lily soul; head, marble. 

" Love light " ; design for a 
newspaper knife, bronze. 

Wrecked; miniature. 

Eaton Studio, Eaton Terrace, 
St. John's Wood. 

The River of Life. \ Enamels 

The Consummation. I in 

The Gate of Death. J silver. 

The image-finder; statue. 

The girdle; statue. 

The image-finder; statue, 
bronze. 

The girdle; statue, bronze. 



1900. 1935 The crown of love; group. 

"Though heaven be near, 
etc." 

1901. 1S23 The Wavelet. "By rippling 

shallows of the lisping lake"; 
gilded bronze. 

1902. 16S9 The crown of love; group, 

marble. 
1724 The springtide of life ; group. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1903. 1S08 The girdle; statuette, bronze. 
■ 843 H. H. Armstead, R.A.; bust. 
1880 The springtide of life; group, 

marble. Purchased for the 
Chantrey Bequest. 

1904. 1798 H. H. Armstead, R.A. ; bust, 

bronze. 



COLUMBA, J. B. Innocente. 

Painter. 

At Mr. Grant's, 

Mary-le-bone Street, 

Golden Sqttare. 
1774. 43 A forest, with banditti. 

44 Its companion. 

45 A View of the source of the 

river Griggioni, in the Vale 
of Renno. 

46 Its companion. 

COMBE, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 790. 669 The young musicians. 



COMBE, Miss E... Miniature Painter. 
2, Caroline St., Bedford Square. 

1834. 762 A study. 

815 Portrait of a lady. 

1835. 589 Sketch of a lady. 
646 Portrait of a lady. 
702 Mrs. J. B. Cramer. 

1836. 494 Mrs. J. Parry. 

600 Sketch of a young lady. 
71 8 Portrait do. 

1837. 706 do. do. 
764 Study from nature. 

1838. 82+ H. G. Blagrove, Esq. 
949 Portrait of a child. 

1840. 762 Henry Combe, Esq. 



COMBER, J. N. See Bucknall and 
Comber. 



COMBER, Miss Mary E Painter. 

Myddelfon Hall, Warrington. 
1887. S60 Oysters. 



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COMBES, Hon. Edward, C.M.G., 

H.R.I. Painter. 

23, Bedford Place. 
1885. 1445 Canobolas mountain range, 
from the Beneree Lagoon, 
New South Wales. 

COMERFORD, John. 

Miniature Painter. 
Dublin. 
1804. 702 Portrait of an artist. 
1809. 644 Portrait of a gentleman. 
705 do. do. 

COMERFORD, Mrs. 

Miniature Painter. 
4, Gerrard Street, So/to. 
1801. 70S Portrait of a gentleman. 

COMERRE, Leon Painter. 

67, Rue Amplre, Paris. 
1897. 942 Mdlle. Gayrard-Pacini. 



COMOLERA, 



COMFORT 



1893. >454 

1895. 1400 

1896. 1573 

1897. 1730 



1898. 1512 





1516 




1578 


1899. 


1458 




1503 




1504 




I56I 


1900. 


1534 




1667 


1902. 


1314 


1903. 


1410 


1904. 


.308 




1314 



, Arthur Engraver. 

St. Leonard's, 

Leighton Lane, Tube Hill. 

Valeria. After F. M. Skip- 
worth. 

Nina. After H. Schmalz. 

Joan of Arc. After G. W. Joy. 

" The cloister or the world." 
After A. Hacker, A.R.A. 
75, Leigham Vale, Tulse Hill. 

Rubens' second wife. After 
Rubens. 

Vandyke. After himself. 

Le fumeur. After Brouwer. 

A sailor's sweetheart. After 
Marcus Stone, R.A. 

The vision of St. Anthony. 
After Murillo. 

Chicks. After A. J. Elsley. 

Drear October. After Robert 
Goodman. 
227, Hyde Park Road, Leeds. 

The lament of Icarus. After 
R. J. Draper. 

Story illustration. After Sey- 
mour Lucas, R.A. 

68, Queen's Road, Leeds. 

The nimble Galliard. After J. 
S. Lucas, R.A. 

The plague. After Hon. John 

Collier. 
White Hart Hotel, 

Hawes, Yorkshire. 

Sheridan at the Lumleys. After 
Margaret L Dicksee. 

His first communion. After 
Margaret L Dicksee. 



1826. 



1827. 



576 

577 
487 

549 



Madame Melani de. 

Painter. 

45, Margaret Street. 
492 Flowers on Sevres porcelain. 
513 A vase of flowers. 
574 Flowers. 
757 do. 
528 do. 

653 p'lowers and fruit. 
703 Flowers. 
760 Basket of flowers. 
(Flower Painter to H.R.H. the Duchess of 
Clarence.) 
1 4, Great Marlborough Street. 
Flowers. 

Painting on china. 
Flowers. 

Fruit and flowers. 
962 A garland of flowers. 

2, IFigmore Street. 
521 Study of white grapes, from 

nature. 
523 Study of black grapes, from 

nature. 
630 A study. 
1083 Study of flowers. 

559 Study of peaches and grapes. 
566 A garland of flowers. 
720 Vase of flowers; enamel on 

porcelain. 
735 A medallion on porcelain. 
425 Mon dejeuner; etude d'apr^s 

nature. 

48, Cirencester Place. 
497 Composition ; a study from 

nature. 
499 The Orignum Amabile; a study 

from a specimen at the 

Colosseum. 

734 Fruit; a composition. 

(Painter to Her Majesty the Queen 

Dowager.) 

560 Glass cup with fruit, a bouquet 
on the table. 

890 Study of roses; composition 

after nature. 
24 (Octagon Room.) The Neph- 
entes. This plant grows in 
Malabar and Madagascar. 
60, Regent Quadrant, 

and Greenwich. 
316 Fruit and Etru.scan vase of 

flowers from nature. 
357 Study of peaches and grapes. 
1030 Le bouquet. 
in5 Fruit. 
98 Group of flowers: rose, rose- 
lilies, etc., after nature. 
179 White roses: composition from 
nature. 



1828. 



1829. 



1830. 



1831. 



18112. 



1834. 



1840. 



1843. 



1844. 



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Comol6ra, Madame Melani de — con- 
tinued. 

14, Charles Street, 

Manchester Square. 

1846. 514 A bouciuet of flowers: in oil; 

after nature. 

1847. 722 Study of Camellias. 

8, Warwick Street, 

Charing Cross. 
1854. 638 Flowers painted on glass. 
874 do. 

COMPER, John N Architect. 

35, Old Queen St., Westminster. 

1903. 1653 Design for the interior of St. 

Cyprian's Church, Maryle- 
bone. 

1904. 1515 Design for Church of St. Crispin, 

Yerendavna, Poonah; in- 
terior. 

COMPTON Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1773- 349 Drawing of a man's head. 

COMPTON, Charles Painter. 

7, Great Marylebone Street. 
1847. 527 The sick child. 

1849. 344 An incident in the life of Ben- 

jamin West, afterwards Pre- 
sidentof the Royal Academy. 
" Little Benjamin was placed 
to watch the sleeping infant 
of his eldest sister. As he sat 
by the cradle the child smiled 
in sleep; he was struck by 
its beaiity, and, seeking some 
paper, drew its portrait in 
red and black ink, although 
at this period he had never 
seen an engraving or picture 
and was only in the seventh 
year of his age." 

1850. 17S Reflection. 

589 Portrait of a lady. 

18, High Street, Marylebone. 

1851. 472 The young sculptor's first effort. 
550 Study from nature. 

1852. 1261 The loiterer. 

1854. 214 An incident in the life of Mr. 
Richard Hooker. " His two 
pupils, Edwin Sandys and 
George Cranmer, took a jour- 
ney to see their tutor, whom 
they found tending his small 
allotment of sheep ... for 
Richard was called to rock 
the cradle, etc." — Vide Izaak 
Walton's Life of R. Hooker. 



99, High Street. 

1855. 1308. Bedford gaol, A.D. 1 66 1. "And 

now the day is waning, and 
Bunyan opens his bible and 
reads aloud a portion of 
scripture to his dear little 
blind child, etc." 

1856. 294 A study, in the National Gal- 

lery. 

32, Howland Street. 

1857. 1141 Cowper receiving his mother's 

picture out of Norfolk, the 
gift of his cousin Anne Bod- 
ham. " O that those lips 
had language, etc." 

COMPTON, Lady Elizabeth (after- 
wards Countess of Burlington). 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 78 1. 155 Flower piece; water colours. 

COMPTON, E. Harrison ... Painter. 

Feldafing, Bavaria. 
1904. 766 Winter Sunshine. 

COMPTON, Edward T Painter. 

Feldafing, Bavaria. 

1880. 312 The Ischingl Glacier, from 

below the Rothhal hut. 

1881. 485 In Lofoden. 

1883. 836 Mandron Glacier, South Tyrol. 

1884. 166 La Dent du Geant. "Palaces 

of nature, whose vast walls." 

1885. 168 Ziisenberg hut at the foot of the 

Schreckhorn. 

1887. 1023 Ice-fall of the Gepatsch Gla- 

cier, Tyrol. 

1888. 1 1 14 Menawaur Rocks, Scilly. 

1889. 21; The ortler from St. Valentine. 

1890. 795 The Jungfrau. 

1891. 617 Piz Bernina. 

1894. 10 Mountains of Valpelline, from 

Mont Brule. "The moun- 
tains and hills shall break 
forth before you into sing- 
ing." 

1895. 175 The edge of the glacier, Lys 

Glacier. 
1898. 574 The Bernese Alps, from the 
Brienzer Rothhorn. 

1901. 229 The cradle of a mighty stream. 

1902. 761 After the procession, Saas Fee. 

1903. 680 Piz Tresero and the Forno 

Glacier. 

1904. 336 In the Bernese Oberland. 

COND'AMIN, Henry Painter. 

23, Rue Oiidinot, Paris. 
1894. 579 Interior of a sculptor's atelier, 



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CONDE, P 


1806. 


659 




763 


1807. 


930 


1808. 


419 




424 




428 


1809. 


562 


1810. 


459 




672 


1811. 


667 


1812. 


553 




579 




647 


.8,3. 


463 


1814. 


653 




637 


1815. 


744 


i8r6. 


544 




552 


1817. 


951 


1818. 


678 


1819. 


757 




968 


1820. 


689 


1821. 


709 


1822. 


571 


1824. 


709 


CONDER, 


1887. 


1632 


CONDER, 


1894. 


1240 


1899. 


1329 




1374 


1900. 


1+34 


1901. 


1371 


CONDER, 


1885. 


1849 


II. 





Miniature Painter. 

75, Gnat Portland Street. 

Mrs. Jennings. 

TVIaster H. C. Jennings. 

Captain Roberts. 

Master P. C. F. Myer. 

Mrs, P. J. Myer. 

Mr. P. J. Myer; pencil drawing. 

Miss Bacon and Miss M. A. 

Bacon. 
100, High Street, Marylebone. 

Miss M. Redmans. 

Dr. Plenderleath, physician to 
the Army. 

Portrait of himself. 

T. Chavernac, Esq. 

Dr. Plenderleath. 

J. L. D'Antraigues. 

9, Upper Marylebone Street. 

The late Countess D'Antraigue. 

Miss Stone, the celebrated ju- 
venile performer on the 
pianoforte. 

Eliza Bacon. 

Miss Braham. 

The Countess D'Entraigues. 

The Count D'Entraigues. 

H. T. Nings, Esq. 

Miss M. Plenderleath. 

Mrs. Morris. 

Mr. James. 

22, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

Miss S. A. Wilson. 

Madame Boisgerard. 

Miss Abraham. 

3, Bayham St., Camden Toivii. 

Mrs. Meyer. 

E. Lauriston ... Architect. 

21, Farliafuent Street. 
Church of the Holy Trinity, 
Long Melford, Suffolk. 

Miss Helen Louise. 

Miniature Painter. 

Warwick Studios, 

South End, Hampstead. 
Gwendolen. 
Kitty. 

" G. K."; portrait of a girl. 
Mon ami. 
cjo Miss Batley, 

31, Fairfield Road, Croydon. 
M. E. B. " 

Josiah Painter. 

Tokio, Japan. 
Temple of To Shogun Uyeno, 
Tokio. 



1885. 1914 Japanese Temple, Storehouse. 
1915 Room over entrance gateway 
to Japanese temple. 

CONDER, Roger T Painter. 

2, Wyndham Crescetit, JV. 
1883. Ill- Choir screen and pulpit, St. 
Mark's, Venice. 

CONDY, Nicholas Painter. 

Plymouth. 

1843. 413 Interior of an Irish cottage at 
Ballyboyleboo, Antrim. 

i8.t5. 12-5 The cloisters of Laycock Ab- 
bey, founded by Ela, Coun- 
tess of Salisbury, etc., now 
the seat of Lady Elizabeth 
Fielding. 

CONDY, Nicholas Matthew. 

Painter. 

Devonshire Terrace, Plymouth. 

1842. 123S H.M.S. Warspite, 50 gun.s, 
conveying Lord Ashburton 
on a special mission to the 
United States, beating down 
the Channel. 

1S44. 1093 The Royal steam yacht Vic- 
toria and Albert entering 
Plymouth Sound, August 30, 

1843- 
1845. 302 The experimental brigs under 
the command of Captain 
Corry Daring, Captain Mat- 
son in the foreground; 
Waterwitch, Firebrand 
steamer, and other brigs in 
the distance, Oct. 28, 1844. 

CONEY, John. 

Architectural Draughtsman, 

At Mr. By field's. 

1805. 517 A perspective view of Lambeth 

Palace. 
39, Craven Street, Strand. 

1806. 599 Interior of the north cross of 

Westminster Abbey. 
611 South front of one of the 
towers of Westminster Ab- 
bey. 

1807. 1063 Interior of the hall of Bedding- 

ton House in Surrey, the seat 
of Carew family. 

1808. 341 A sketch for a large drawing in 

Westminster Abbey. 
London Road, 

St. George' s-in-the-Fields. 
1 8 16. ?6c N.W. view of Wells Cathedral, 
Somersetshire. 

R 



122 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Coney, John — continued. 

1 8, Valentine Place, 

Blackfrtars. 

1819. 1028 InteriorofMalmesbury Monas- 

tery, with the monument of 
King Athelstone. 
1042 Interior of Winchester Cathe- 
dral, with the monuments of 
Bishops Fox and Gardiner. 
1 8, Bell Street, Greenwich. 

1820. 964 North-west view of Beverley 

Minster, Yorkshire. 

182 1. 969 Interior of St. Paul's Cathe- 

dral, looking north-east. 

CONNAH, J. Douglas Painter. 

8, Margravine Gardens, W. 
1894. 372 Lost in reverie. 

CONNARD, Philip Illustrator. 

23, Mtisgrave Crescent, 

Fulham. 

1900. 1628 Marpessa. 

1650 The convent's chronicler. 

1665 "Who rides by with the royal 

air?" 

1901. 1455 " Luce adorabile"; illustration 

to a poem. 

43a, Cheyne Walk. 
1903. "347 Illustration to Bunyan's "Pil- 
grim's Progress." 

CONNELL, Miss Janet. 

Miniature Painter. 

22, Carlyle Square. 

1890. 1487 Mr. Beerbohm Tree as Grin- 

goire. , 
1513 Hilda. 

1891. 1458 Master Harry Cock. 

42, Woodstock Road. 

1892. 1419 Miss Ellen Terry. 

187, Loug/iboro' Road, S. W. 
1894. 1242 Henry Harris, Esq. 
1299 Fredie. 

CONNELL, Miss M. Christine. 

Painter. 

22, Woodstock Road, Chiswick. 

1885. 485 Luna. 

1886. 1500 Study of a head. 

17, Holland Park Road. 
i8go. 455 " May I have the pleasure? " 

1666 Little mischief. 

CONNELLY, Pierce Francis. 

Sculptor. 

Florence. 
187 1. 1308 Henry George, Earl Percy. 

1 31 2 Algernon George, 6th Duke of 
Northumberland. 



CONNER, Miss Essie Painter. 

18, Glyn Mansions, 

Addison Bridge, W. 
1903. 1010 Eve. 

CONNING, George J Painter. 

31, Manor Rd., Stamford Hill. 
1890. 1410 The sands, Yarmouth. 

CONNOLLY, Michael Painter. 

42, Tot fe ridge Road, Balham. 

1885. 369 A veteran. 

1886. 552 Four by honours. 
1893. 565 John Lyons, Esq. 

18, Winifred Grove, 
Mysore Road, 

Clapham Common. 
1899. 445 Portrait of a gentleman. 
447 R. Crowe, Esq. 
65, Elspeth Road, 

Clap/iatn Common. 
1903. 766 Cornish Cottage. 

CONNOR, Arthur B Painter. 

226, Avonmore Road, IF. 
1903. 431 Elsie. 

CONNOR. See Chorley and Connor. 

CONOLLY, Miss Ellen Painter. 

116, Goioer Street. 

1873. 481 "She was a phantom of de- 

light, etc." 

1874. 425 Dame Elspeth. 

1878. 624 Darby and Joan. 

1879. 326 Chelsea pensioners; Psalm 

Ixxi, 9. 

1880. 1469 An old edition. 

1881. 603 A privileged kitten. 
1402 A village genius. 

1882. 501 A portrait. 

1884. 1641 A gap in the ranks. " He shall 

return no more to his house, 
etc." 
97, Albion Road, 

Stoke Newington. 

1885. 738 "Oh, little lids now folded 

fast, etc." 

CONOLLY, Frances U Sculptor. 

Ill, Stanhope Street. 

1849. 1320 Bust of a gentleman. 

1850. 1425 Sappho. 

8, Ranelagh Grove, Pimlico. 
1858. 1305 " She never told her love, etc." 
i860. 1064 Contemplation; marble. 

1 7, Hanover Street, Pimlico. 
1870. 1138 Girlhood; marble. 



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123 



CONQUEST, Alfred Painter. 

Ji'flodford, Essex. 

1884. 235 On the Breton shore. 

68, Ncii'maii Street. 

1885. 216 A grey day on the Cornish 

coast. 
316 A summer afternoon — Con- 
carneau. 

1 886. 833 From Southwold Pier. 
1098 The millstream. 

Woodford, Essex. 

1 888. 4 December in Brittany. 

294 Through the beech woods — 
Pont Aven. 

1889. 1030 Low tide — Veules, Normandy. 
1206 A sunny morning on the west- 
ern coast. 

1890. 2 The quiet end of evening — 

Walberswick. 

CONRADI, Moritz Painter. 

23, Berners Street. 

1865. 719 Portrait of a lady. 
735 do. child. 

1866. 484 AVe shall meet again. 

1867. 827 Homewards from shopping. 
1869. 818 Portrait of a lady. 

1873. 294 do. do. 

1874. 1254 Miss Gertrude, daughter of 

Fred Davis, Esq. 
1876. 1206 Mrs. Guido Bach; miniature. 

CONSTABLE, A. A Painter. 

16, Cunningham Place. 

1847. 59^ Landscape. 

1848. 207 do. 

1850. 459 Morning on the Coast. 
621 A sketch. 

1 85 1. 564 A fisherman's cottage. 

1852. 70 Landscape. 

1289 Hythe Church, Kent. 

1853. 639 On the Devonshire Coast. 

CONSTABLE, E. P Painter. 

3 1 , Norfolk Terrace, 

Bayswater. 
1879. 981 Winter evening — Hilgay Fen, 
Cambridgeshire. 

CONSTABLE, Miss Isabel. ..Painter. 

16, Cunninghatn Place. 

1851. 567 Flowers. 

1852. 654 Autumn flowers. 

CONSTABLE, John, R.A. ... Painter. 

50, Rathbone Place. 

1802. 19 A landscape. 

15, America Square. 

1803. 59 A study from nature. 
694 do. do. 



1803. 



1805. 
1806. 



1807. 


52 




98 




150 


1808. 


52 




100 




103 


1809. 


26 




28 




,83 


i8io. 


74 




116 


1811. 


7' 




+71 


1812. 


9 




72 




'33 




372 


1813. 


266 




325 


1814. 


28 



I8I5. 



1816. 
I8I7. 



724 A landscape. 
738 do. 

3, Spur Street, 

Leicester Square. 
148 A landscape — Moonlight. 
787 His Majesty's ship Victory, 
Capt. E. Harvey, in the me- 
morable battle of Trafalgar, 
between two French ships of 
the line. 

13, Percy Street. 
View in Westmorland. 
Keswick Lake. 
Bow Fell, Cumberland. 
Borrowdale. 

A scene in Cumberland. 
Winander-meer-lake. 
A landscape, 
do. 
do. 

49, Frith Street, Soho. 
A landscape. 
A churchyard. 
Twilight. 
Dedham Vale — morning. 

63, Upper Charlotte Street. 
A Water mill. 
Landscape — Evening. 

do. a recent shower. 

Salisbury — morning. 
Landscape — boys fishing, 
do. morning, 

do. Ploughing scene 

in Suffolk. 
" But unassisted through each 
toilsome day, with smiling 
brow the ploughman cleaves 
his way." 
261 Landscape — The ferry. 
20 View of Dedham. 
146 Landscape; a sketch. 

215 Boat building. 
268 Village in Suffolk. 
310 Landscape. 

415 A drawing. 
446 do. 
510 do. 
169 The wheat field. 
298 A Wood — autumn. 
85 Wivenhoe Park, Essex, the seat 
of Major-General Rebow. 

141 A cottage. 

216 Portrait of the Rev. J. Fisher. 
255 Scene on a navigable river. 

I, Keppel Street, 

Russell Square. 
11 Landscape — Breaking up of a 

shower. 
34 Landscape. 

142 do. a study. 



124 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Constable, 


John, R.A. — continued. 


1831. 


169 Salisbury Cathedral from the 


i8i8. 


304 


Landscape; a study. 






meadows. 




446 


A Gothic Porch. 






" As from the face of heaven 




483 


Elms. 






the scattered clouds 


1819. 


15' 


A scene on the river Stour. 
(Elected A. R.A.) 






Tumultuous rose, th' inter- 
minable sky 


1820. 


17 


Landscape. 






Sublimer swells, and o'er the 




148 


Harwich lighthouse. 






world expands 


1821. 


89 


Hampstead Heath. 






A purer azure. Through the 




152 


A shower. 






lightened air 




'35 


Harrow. 






A higher lustre and a clearer 




339 


Landscape — Noon. 






calm 


1822. 


III 


Hampstead Heath. 






Diffusive tremble; while, as if 




183 


View on the Stour, near Ded- 
ham. 






in sign 
Of danger past, a glittering 




219 


Malvern Hall, Warwickshire. 






robe of joy, 




295 


View from the Terrace, Hamp- 
stead. 






Set off abundant by the yellow 
ray. 




314 


A study of trees from nature. 
35, Upper Charlotte Street. 






Invests the fields, and nature 
smiles reviv'd." 


1823. 


59 


Salisbury Cathedral, from the 






Thomson's Summer. 






Bishop's grounds. 


1832. 


'47 


Sir Richard Steele's cottage, 




■79 


Study of trees; a sketch. 






Hampstead. 




244 


A cottage. 




152 


A romantic house at Hamp- 


1824. 


180 A boat passing a lock. 






stead. 


1825. 


"5 


Landscape. 




279 


Whitehall stairs, June 18,1817. 




186 


do. 




286 


Moonlight. 




224 


do. 




492 


Jaques and the wounded stag. 


1826. 


122 


A Mill at Gillingham in Dorset- 
shire. 






" The melancholy, feeling 
Jaques, whose mind griev'd 




225 


Landscape. 






o'er the wounded, weeping 


1827. 


48 


Mill, Gillingham, Dorset. 






hind." — See " The Social 




186 


Chain Pier, Brighton. 






Day" by Peter Coxe, Esq. 




290 


Hampstead Heath. 




632 


A church. 


1828. 


7 


Landscape. 




643 


A mill. 




232 


do. 




644 


Farm-house. 






(Elected R.A.) 


1833- 


34 


Englefield house, Berkshire, the 


1829. 


9 


Landscape. 






seat of Benyon de Beovoir, 




321 


Hadleigh Castle. The mouth 






Esq. — morning. 






of the Thames — morning 




94 


A heath— showery, noon. 






after a stormy night. 




344 


Cottage in a cornfield. 






" The desert joys 




402 


Landscape — sunset. 






Wildly, through all his melan- 




639 


An old farm house. 






choly bounds 




645 


A miller's house. 






Rude ruins glitter, and the 




647 


A windmill — squally day. 






briny deep 


1834. 


48. 


The mound of the city of Old 






Seen from some pointed pro- 






Saram, from the south. 






montory's top, 




548 Study of trees, made in the 






Far to the dim horizon's ut- 






grounds of Charles Holford, 






most verge 






Esq., at Hampstead. 






Restless, reflects a floating 




582 


Stoke Pogis church, near Wind- 






gleam." — Thomson's Si/m- 






sor, the scene of Gray's 






tner. 






Elegv, also where he was 


1830. 


19 


Dell scenes in the park of the 
Rt. Hon. the Countess of 
Dysart at Hatmingham, Suf- 






buried. " In this neglected 
spot is laid, a heart once 
pregnant with celestial fire." 






folk. 




586 


From Gray's Elegy, stanza 1 1 . 




94 


Landscape. 






" Can honour's voice pro- 




248 


A heath. 






voke the silent dust?" 


1831. 


'23 


Yarmouth pier. 


1835- 


'45 


The valley farm. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



•25 



1836. 9 Cenotaph to the memory of Sir 

Joshua Reynolds, erected in 
the grounds of Coleorton 
Hall, Leicestershire, by the 
late Sir George Beaumont, 
Bart. "... Where Reynolds, 
'mid our country's noblest 
dead, In the last sanctuary 
of fame is laid, etc." — 
Wordswori/i. 
581 Stonehenge. " The mysterious 
monument of Stonehenge, 
standing remote on a bare 
and boundless heath, as 
much unconnected with the 
events of past ages as it is 
with the uses of the present, 
carries you back beyond all 
historical records into the 
obscurity of a totally un- 
known period." 
(The late.) 

1837. 193 Arundel mill and castle. 

CONSTABLE, L. B Painter. 

16, Cunningham Place. 

1849. 40 Landscape. 

358 A View near Twyford. 

1850. 14 Landscape. 
516 A stormy day. 
630 Tottenham Park. 
975 An ash tree. 

1851. 13 On the Coast of Cornwall 
1039 Entrance to Looe harbour, 

Cornwall. 

1852. 1129 Falls of the Tummell, Inver- 

nesshire. 
1293 View on the Thames, near 
Pangbourne, Berkshire. 

1853. 729 A study. 

1855. 271 A barn, in Sussex. 
1358 Entrance to a wood. 

CONSTABLE, Miss Sally ... Painter. 

Red Hatch, Neiu Road, 

Campden Hill. 
1904. 716 A peep of the kitchen at Log- 
more farm, Dorking. 

CONSTANT, J. J. Benjamin. 

Painter. 

27, Rue Pigale, Paris. 

1896. 138 Monsieur de Blowitz. 
884 Madame L. G. 

889 H.E. the Rt. Hon. Sir Julian 
Pauncefote, G.C.B., etc. 

1897. 47 Frederick Ayer, Esq. 

194 The Earl of Ava. (Presentation 
portrait.) 

1898. i;io Earl Beauchamp. 



1900. 1035 The Princess Demidoff. 
1041 Lady Colebrooke. 

1 90 1. 149 Her late Majesty Queen Vic- 

toria. Exhibited by com- 
mand of H.M. the King. 
59, Rue Amplre, Paris. 

1902. 107 Mrs. Walter Parrott. 

CONTENCIN, Peter Painter. 

22, Chester Place, Kennington. 
\1i^1. 883 Portrait of a lady. 

9, Elizabeth Place, Kennington. 
1798. 748 Portrait. 

Harleyford Street, Kensington. 
i8o2. 566 A sketch on the Coast of Corn- 
wall. 

Clapham Rise. 
1807. 615 Portrait of a lady. 

34, Carnally Street. 
1 81 9. 947 Mr. R. Behenna. 

CONTENCIN, W Painter. 

Harleyford Street, Kensington. 
1803. 357 Portrait of his daughter. 
507 Mr. Moxham. 

CONTI, Tito Painter. 

Florence. 
1874. 1042 Soldier carousing. 

1877. 613 The introduction. 

1878. 118 Music. 

322 "Good-bye!" 

648 " A health to bright eyes." 

1879. 13 The Due d'Anjou contemplat- 

ing the portrait of Queen 
Elizabeth. 
316 A little music. 
1370 "I could not love thee, dear, 
so much, Loved I not honour 
more." 

1880. 474 The smoker. 
515 Convalescent. 

; 51, Buckingham Palace Road. 
1884. 280 A lady of the Court of Louis 

xin. 

CONWAY, George Painter. 

1 7, Hill Street, Wahuorth. 
1854. 1324 Farm near Kent. 

223, Hampstead Road. 
1868. 189 Landscape. 

CONYBEARE, H Architect. 

Kc'lV Green. 

1856. 1173 Tower for Waterworks for 

Bombay, etc. 
Little Sutton House, Chiswick. 

1857. 1023 " Sursum Corda." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Conybeare, H. — continued. 

1857. 1047 Church in Bombay in memory 
of British soldiers who fell 
in the two Caubull cam- 
paigns. 
io8i Memorial church at Constanti- 
nople. 
1859. 1 140 Memorial cross at Llandaff, 
etc. 
20, Duke St., Westminster. 
1868. S61 Church. 

i86g. 969 Romanesque church at Ryde. 
1013 do. do. Ryal. 

Si'arsdale Lodge, Keiisingion. 
1873. 1127 St. Patrick's Church, Cromwell 
Road, Kensington. 
1152 St. Patrick's Church. 

COODE, Miss Helen Hoppner. 

Painter. 

5, EarFs Court. 
1865. 205 Violet; a portrait. 
1867. 449 La fille bien gardee. 

COOK, C Painter. 

41, North Audley Street. 

1 83 1. 297 Landscape. 

1832. 228 do. 

COOK, Miss Emily Annie Painter. 

5 7, Carlton Road, Maida Vale. 

1885. 551 Canton lion-dog. 

903 " Poor dickey is dead, the bell 

we toll." 
1278 Silent teachers. 

1886. 286 Daffodils. 
786 A Rose. 

1887. 322 Daffodils.- 
324 French roses. 
770 Tulips. 

18, High Road, Kilhurn. 

1888. 937 \Vhite Azaleas. 

40, Broadhttrst Gardens. 

1889. 825 Wall flowers. 

60, Alexander Road, 

South Hampstead. 

1897. 1348 "Parting is such sweet sorrow." 

1898. 851 '"Tisn't me, really, mamma!" 

COOK, Miss Ethel M. 

Miniature Painter. 

1 7, Keppell St., Russell Square. 
1902. 1227 Sentimental Tommy. 

COOK, E. Wake Painter. 

2 1 , .SV. Alary' s Terrace, 

Paddington. I 

1875. 795 Mussel sorters — Conway. 

1876. 814 The Thames near Great Mar- i 

low. I 



1877. 


700 


1878. 


7+1 




892 


1879. 


7S6 


1880. 


704 


I88I. 


655 



The Thames near Henley. 

On the Rother. 

Near Midhurst, Sussex. 

Lynmouth. 

The Thames near Henley. 

On the Sussex downs, looking 

towards Worthing. 
1882. 937 The river Ure, from Mowbray 

Point, Yorkshire. 
1 7, Clarendon Gardens, 

Maida Vale. 
On the Wye. 

41, Grove Rd., St. John's Wood. 
Sunset on the lake of Geneva. 
The last blush of departing 

day — Lake Como. 
Shades of evening. 
2, Gainsborough Road Studios, 
Bedford Park. 
By the river Ure; Hackfall, 

Yorkshire. 

3, Fairlawn Park, Chiswick. 
Side chapel, St. Mark's, Venice. 
Bronze pozzo — Doge's Palace, 

Venice. 
The entrance to the hospital — 

Venice. 
The Loggia dei Lanzi, Flor- 
ence. 
Startled by the black giants of 

the Frari, Venice. 
The earthly paradise. 

George Edward Painter. 

98, Gower Street. 
Summer time. 
Feeding-time. 

22, King Harry's Road. 

1878. 5 The land of Lorna Doone. 

174 In the valley of the Dart, on 

the Devonshire moors. 
966 Afternoon tea. 

1879. 309 A chat by the way. 
947 High and dry. 

65, George Street, 

Portman Square. 

1880. 1478 Seaward. " Flow down, cold 

rivulet, to the sea, etc." 
1882. 293 A land of flowers. 

728 Where the bee sucks. 
22, Dorset Street, 

Gloucester Place. 
1885. 8;i Bassington. 
i886. 349 A Cornish mill. 
398 Mullion Cove. 

1888. 268 Wargrave Church. 

1889. 382 A ruined mill. 

1890. 323 Pont-y-Goblin. 

482 A mountain homestead. 
1892. 904 A Berkshire trout stream. 



1885. 


1252 


1892. 


1097 




1305 


1893. 


I2I3 


1894. 


1207 


1896. 

1898. 


1087 

1246 


1899. 


1045 


1 500. 


1302 


I90I. 


1225 


1902. 
OOK 


954 
Ge 


1874. 
1876. 


230 
43' 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



127 



1894. 722 A remnant of old Somerset. 

1895. 710 Fresh Herrings. 

1897. 617 VVargrave Church. 

1898. 515 Suffolk marshes. 

COOK, George Frederick ... Painter. 

57, Carlton Koad, 

Maida Va/e. 

1887. S29 Rhododendrons. 

13, Fitzroy Street. 

1888. 29 " Her angel's face, as the great 

eye of heaven, shyned bright, 
etc." 

1889. 1253 The fatherless children and 

widows. 
1891. 394 The spendthrift's legacy. 
1897. 244 A village fair. 

COOK, Henry Painter. 

Hearn Hall, Walthatnstow. 
1840. 488 Landscape — evening. 

6, John Street, Oxford Street. 

1842. 1246 Queen Catherine's reception of 

the Cardinals. " What can 

be their business? etc." 

S, Great Marylebone Street. 

1846. 50 Lord Brook, M.P. 

25, Gloucester Road, 

Hyde Park Gardens. 

1847. 522 Morning — Italy; composition. 

23, Edward Street. 
1851. 72 Tivoli. 

1228 Miss Laura Temple Bowden. 
16, Devonshire Terrace. 

1853. 1163 Temple of Jupiter Olympus. 

1854. 1039 Sorrento, Bay of Naples. 

South Villa, near Broadivater, 
near I For thing. 

1855. 537 View on the Gulf of Spezzia. 

COOK, H Painter. 

Cottage .Studio, 

Holland Park Road. 
1 88 1. 997 Venice — afternoon; church 
and bridge of San Paolo. 

COOK, H. Moxon Painter. 

22, .5V. Ann's Square, 

Manchester. 
1859. 423 Ben Nevis from the peat bog. 
2, St. James Square, 

Manchester. 
1878. 764 Signs of coming winter — Isle of 
Arran. 
14, Ridgefield, John Dal ton 

Street, Manchester. 
1885. 1240 Snow showers passing over hill 
of Arran, 



8, St. Martin's Place. 

Trafalgar .Square. 
1887. 1075 New Forest — autumn. 

Corrie, Isle of Arran. 
1898. 161; After sundown in the Galloway 

Highlands. 
1900. 120 Mists lifting in the glen. 

7, Primrose Hill Studios, 

Fitzroy Road. 
1902. 817 Mountain streams in Arran. 

COOK, Henry S Painter. 

185, Hampstead Road. 
1890. i;93 The constitutional. 

COOK, J Sculptor. 

Upper Norton Street, 

Marylebone. 
1800. loio Bust of a gentleman. 

COOK, J Painter. 

1808. 194 Scene from a forge. 

Liquorpond Street, 

Gray's Inn Road. 

1809. 229 A young grouse from nature. 

COOK, John Thomas Painter. 

48, South Grove Road, 

Sheffield. 
1883. S79 The stones at Bettws. 

COOK, Joshua Painter. 

109, Mount Street. 

1838. 286 Study of a hawk. 

707 Return from hawking. 

1839. 305 Dead plover. 

1845. I The Eglinton tournament. 
370 Sheldrake and angola cat. 

1847. 287 The artist's daughter. 
403 The dying Christian. 

1848. 421 Fruit. 

COOK, Miss Nelly E Painter. 

57, Carlton Road, 

Maida Vale. 

1887. 1198 Azaleas. 

18, High Road, Kilburn. 

1888. 1223 Grapes. 

8, Colleigh Road, 

West Hampstead. 

1896. 1225 " The restless unsatisfied long- 

ing." 
60, Alexandra Road, 

South Flanipstead. 

1897. 1255 " Knievey, knievey, nick nack, 

which hand will ye tak'?" 

1898. 1 108 Miss Emily A. Cook. 

1900. 1388 "Alack and well a day, Phillida 
flouts me." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



■785- 

1786. 
1787. 

1801. 



COOK, Richard, R.A Painter. 

42, Bedford Street, 

Maiden Lane. 
55 Portrait of a gentleman. 
67 do. do. 

535 Study; portrait of a child. 
H7 Portrait of a lady. 

412, opposite the Adelphi. 
113 Portrait. 

172 Portrait of a gentleman. 
62 do. do. 

192 do. {Mr. Sylvester.) 

Norton Street, Port/and Road. 
138 View of Windsor Castle. 
(Professor of Perspective to Her Majesty and 
Princesses.) 

31, Old Botid Street. 
1804. 760 An old man's head. 

782 Portrait of a gentleman. 

33) Queen Anne Street. 
1809. 186 The Bill of Rights presented 
by the Lords and Commons 
of England to the Prince 
and Princess of Orange in 
the Banqueting room at 
Whitehall. "The Marquis 
of Halifax, as Speaker of the 
House of Peers, humbly pre- 
sented Their Highnesses on 
the knee with an instrument 
in writing, engrosst on vel- 
lum, and signed by the 
Speakers of both Houses, for 
declaring William and Mary, 
Prince and Princess of 
Orange, King and Queen of 
England, etc., desiring them 
to accept the crown, pur- 
suant to the said Declaration, 
which Their Highnesses re- 
ceiving, delivered it back to 
be read, and then accepted 
thereof." 

SO, Upper Marylebone Road. 
239 Acis and Galatea. "Help, 
Galatea, help, and take 
me dying to your deep 
abodes." 

1 16 From the " Lady of the Lake." 
" His chain of gold the King 
unstrung, etc." 

117 From the "Lady of the Lake." 
" This little flower, that loves 
the lea, etc." 

From the "Lady of the Lake." 
"A stranger I, the hunts- 
man said, etc." 

From the "Lady of the Lake." 
" As slowly down the deep 
descent, etc." 



1814. 



1816. 



126 



127 



1 8 16. 243 Ceres, disconsolate for the loss 
of Proserpine, rejects the 
solicitation of Iris, sent to 
her by Jupiter. " Iris in 
vain her soothing words ad- 
dress'd, etc." 

41, North And ley Street. 
132 Landscape. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 
211 Bryan's anathema. Vide " La.dy 

of the Lake," Canto III. 
(Elected R.A. in 1822.) 



1S17. 



1S19. 



COOK, R Painter. 

41, Nortlt Audley Street. 

1808. 233 A landscape. 
260 do. 

1809. 56 Landscape: composition. 

1 8 10. 322 A landscape. 

181 1. 206 do. 
461 do. 

i8i2. 61 do. 

COOK, S.J Painter. 

109, Mount Street. 
1843. 977 Duke, the property of Mrs. 
Pearl. 

COOK, Theodore Painter. 

3, Queen's Road Studios. 
1885. 284 In the gloaming. 
1887. 1044 Old chums. 

2, St. John's Wood Studios. 
1889. 4S9 The village bakehouse. 
1088 Mrs. John Robins. 

1 3, York Place, Baker Street. 
129 "If." 

St. Ives, Cornwall. 
50S "John Anderson, my jo." 



1890. 
1894. 

COOK, 



1799. 

1800. 
1801. 

1802. 
COOK, 

1894. 



T. M Architect, 

At Mr. HakewelPs, 

Margaret Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
922 Design for an entrance to a 

park. 
981 Design for a casine. 
ion do. for the front entrance 

of a villa; perspective. 
843 A design for a Temple to Cal- 
liope. 
950 Design foraTempletoSolitude. 
975 do. private museum. 

Walter F. 

Miniature Painter. 
4rt, Brondesbury Rd., Kilburn. 
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129 



20, Alma Square, 

St. John's ll'ood. 
1899. 1375 Miss Alice M. Barnett. 

2 1 , Oxford Jioad, Kilburn. 
1904. 1157 Little Bo-peep. 



COOKE, Arthur C Painter. 

6, New Court. 
504 Widowed. 
517 The poacher's wife. 
3, Steele's Studios, 

Haverstock Hill. 
176 The long vigil. 
676 Sunshine and shadow. 
385 Eloped. 

2S7 Christabel and Lady Geraldine. 
" And jealous of the listen- 
ing air, etc." 
332 The fortune-teller. 
911 The end of the tether. 
ii6 The turn of the tide. 
594 The engagement ring. 
746 Jack ashore. 

7, Sarre Rd., West Hampstead. 
457 The gambler's victim. 
461 The dancing lesson. 



1892. 
1893. 



1S96. 

1897. 
1899. 



1900. 
1901. 
1902. 

1904. 



COOKE, Arthur J Architect. 

II, St. Julian's Rd., Kilburn. 
1882. 1217 Design for a font. 

COOKE, Charles Henry ... Architect. 

I \, John Street, Bedford Row. 
1859. iioi Hendon Union Schools, etc. 

1862. 917 Godolphin School, Hammer- 

smith, etc. 
918 do. do. 

1863. 898 Chapel for Malvern College. 
917 do. do. 

1865. 796 St. Mary's Church, Ide Hill, 
Kent. 

1 87 1. 922 Bexley Heath new church. 

23, Burlington Chambers, W. 

1877. iioo St. John the Baptist, Plum- 
stead. 

COOKE, Edward William, R.A. 

Painter. 

Barnes Tei'race. 

1835. 292 Honfleur fishing boats be- 

calmed. 
350 Hay barge off Greenwich. 

1836. 208 Mending the bait-net, Shank- 

lin. 
434 Hastings sands. 

1837. 471 French sloop, etc., off Gran- 

ville in Normandy. 
■491 Collecting seaweed, St. Aubin's 
Bay, Jersey. 
II. 



1838. 



1840. 
1841. 

1842. 



1843. 



1844. 
1845. 
1847. 

1848. 
1849. 



1850. 



1851. 



1852. 



562 Dutch boats on the Y, near 

Spaarndam. 

The Terrace, Barnes. 
427 The pilot-boat. 
8 10 Elizabeth Castle, Jersey, from 

the causeway; low water. 
48 Scheveling sands. 
253 A fisherman's cove. 
510 Brocckenhaven, a fishing port 

of the Zuyder Zee. 
432 Shrimpers and mentors on the 

sands of St. Michael, Nor- 
mandy. 
577 The Thames. " Whose ample 

breast displays unfurled the 

ensigns of the assembled 

world." 
304 The Medway, with Upnor 

Castle — evening. 
469 Antwerp from the Scheldt — 

morning. 
333 Cologne from the south. 
365 Coblentz and Ehrenbreitstein 

— early morning. " A tower 

of victory! etc." 
105 Mediterranean craft — Gulf of 

Genoa. 
136 Coast of Calabria from Salerno. 
318 Tower of Erchia, Gulf of Sa- 
lerno. 
147 Scheveling. 
174 Dutch yachting on the Zuyder 

Zee. 
130 A Dutch calm. 
153 "Thou hast the sunset's glow, 

Rome, for thy dower. Flush- 
ing the cypress tree. Temple 

and tower." 
436 A fern cave — a scene in Mounts 

Bay, Cornwall. 
58 Evening — a scene on the 

Rivera de Ponente, Gulf of 

Genoa. 
93 Scheveling sands — the tide 

making in. 
315 Dutch fishing craft off the 

Booms, Amsterdam. 
1262 The port of Marseilles. 
The Ferns, 

Victoria Road, Kensington. 
539 Bragozzi — the fishing craft of 

Venice. 
732 The church of the "Salute," 

Dogana, etc., Venice. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
405 "... Give me, then, way; 

This is the Doge's palace." 
526 Venice. " . . . whose dear 

spires Rising at distances 

o'er the blue lagoon, etc." 
S 



'30 

Cooke, 

tinned. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Edward William, R.A. — con- 



1856. 



'43 



282 



293 



San Pietro in Castello, Venice, 
and the Julian Alps, on a 
November evening. 
"Vinegia, Vinegia, chi non te 

vede, ei non te pregia." 
San Giorgio Maggiore and the 
Salute, Venice, with fishing 
craft off the Chioggia and of 
the Lagune. 

347 Zuyder Zee — fishing craft re- 
turning to port. 

+48 The pier and bay of St. Ives, 
Cornwall. 
1S54. 264 Zuyder Zee Botter — returning 
to port. 

394 French lugger running into 
Calais. 

469 Porto del Lido — the entrance 
to the Lagune of Venice, 
from the Adriatic. 

526 Dutch fishing Pincks of Eg- 
mondt-ap-Zee hauling off 
shore. 
1855. 269 A North Sea breeze on the 
Dutch coast — Scheveling 
fishermen hauling the 
" Pinck " out of the surf. 

323 Scheveling sands, low water — 
tide making in. 

344 Riva degli Schiavoni, Venice 
— fish arrived. 
Winter — a scene on the fens of 
Huntingdonshire; old drain- 
ing mills, now disused. 
Dutch pincks arriving, and pre- 
paring to put to sea on the 
return of the tide. 
The port of Delfzijl on the 
Dollart, an inland sea of 
Holland. 

489 San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice — 
view looking east, effect im- 
mediately after sunset. 
The Dogana di Marc, Venice, 
from the Palazzo Morosini 
on the Grand Canal. 
Chioggian fishing vessels, etc., 
running into the Lagune of 
Venice on the approach of a 
borasco, or violent squall on 
the Adriatic. 
1857. 28 A crab and lobster shore. 

442 Morning after a heavy gale, 
weather moderating. The 
crews of a pilot boat and life- 
boat hearing at daybreak 
signal guns from the Good- 
win floating light vessels, 



645 



53 



+33 



517 



583 



and after communicating 
with it " bear up " for a 
water-logged Indiaman, the 
crewand passengers of which 
perished during the night, 
the boats having been 
knocked to pieces; the cap- 
tain, who would not desert 
his ship, was rescued by the 
lifeboat just before the ves- 
sel foundered on the north 
sand head of the Good- 
win. 

1857. 500 A bit of English coast. 

535 A thunder-cloud passing over 
the Dutch coast — tide on the 
turn. 

1858. 282 Dutchboatsinacalm — evening. 
299 Venetian fishing craft on the 

Adriatic: shore of Lido. 

346 The Bridge of Sighs, Venice. 

447 A sniff of the briny — day after 
a gale. 

530 The Undercliff at Bonchurch. 

557 Sunset on the Lagune of Ven- 
ice — San Giorgio-in-Alga 
and the Euganean Hills in 
the distance. 

1859. 262 Venice. 

38S A Dutch peon, running for the 
port of Harlingen, is driven 
in a heavy squall outside the 
south pier head. 

539 Sandsfoot Castle, Weymouth. 
The Ferns, Hyde Park Gate. 
i860. 34 Zuyder Zee — fishing craft in a 
calm. 

102 Bella Venezia. 

248 H.M.S. "Terror" in the ice of 
Frozen Strait, April, 1837, 
when under the command 
of Captain, now Rear- 
Admiral, Sir George Buck 
(from whose sketch the vessel 
was painted). The "Terror" 
was abandoned with Sir 
John Franklin's ship, the 
"Erebus," in 1848 to the 
westward of King AVilliam's 
Island. " The whole scene 
indeed, as far as the eye 
could stretch, was confusion 
worse confounded, etc." 

422 The Piazzetta of St. Mark, 
Venice. 

433 The Church of the Salute, 
Venice. 
1 86 1. 175 A Dutch galliot running into 
the port of Aberdeen during 
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1862. 408 Hoorn on the Zuyder Zee — a 

fishing sneb leaving the port. 
501 The Rock and Fortress of AU- 

cante, east coast of Spain. 
589 The Bay of Tangier, Morocco; 

the mountains of Spain and 

Gibraltar in the distance. 
655 The Dogana and church of the 

Salute, Venice — sunset. 
659 Sunset, Bay of Cartagena, east 

coast of Spain; the island of 

Escombrera in the distance. 

1863. 230 Dutch trawlers at anchor off 

Scheveling — waiting for the 
flood tide. 

415 Catalan Bay, on the east side 
of the rock of Gibraltar; the 
African coast, Ceuta, and 
the mountains of Atlas in 
the distance. "The vast 
slope of sand has been blown 
upwards, etc." 

585 The salute at sunset, Venice. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1864. 12 Trouville — fishing craft off 

Cape La Heve. The Havre 
lighthouses on the cliffs of 
Ingouville in the distance. 

223 Scheveling " Pincks " running 
to anchor off Yarmouth. 
During strong easterly gales 
these Dutch fishing vessels 
are compelled to make for 
the English coast. Diploma 
work. 

466 " Ruins of a Roman bridge of 
about the second or third 
century near Tangier, north- 
western Barbary. . . . The 
caravan, at early morn, is 
proceeding to Tangier from 
Faz and Marocco. In the 
distance, the Spanish coast 
and Gibraltar, etc." 
Interior of San Marco, Venice, 

from the Baptistery. 
A Dutch Beurtman aground on 
theTerschelling sand (North 
Sea) after a snow storm. 
Rescue of the crew of a barque 
on the Goodwin by the 
"Van Kook" North Deal 
lifeboat. " Through the wild 
surf, etc." 

218 Dutch boats in a breeze on the 
Dollart Zee. 

338 The Campanile, Zecca, part of 
San Marco, and the Giar- 
dini Reale, Venice. 

411 Scheveling pincks — low water. 





635 


1865. 


595 


1866. 


"39 



479 



S'i 



1868. 7 
626 

i86g. 116 



1866. 497 Marine stores. 

1867. 223 Canal of the Giudecca, Venice, 

churches of the Orfanelli 
Gesuati Zitella and SS. Re- 
dentore. 

Dutch boats " hugging the 
shore " — Amsterdam in the 
distance. 

A visitor from high latitudes. 
"On the 13th of November, 
1865, a large fin whale was 
cast ashore in Pevensey Bay, 
Sussex; it measured 67 feet 
in length; its skeleton is 
now in the museum at 
Cambridge." 

On the Dutch coast (Egmont) 
— tide making in. 

A Scheveling trawler preparing 
for sea. 
Gleii Aldred, Groombridge. 

On shore for a tide: coast of 
Holland. 

204 Mending nets: Bay of Naples. 
863 French sloop entering the har- 
bour of Treport. 
885 On the Lagune, Venice — even- 
ing before bad weather. 

1870. 87 Venice. "The moon is up but 

yet it is not night." 

i8g A calm day on the Scheldt. 

266 A " Topo " or Lagune fishing- 
boat, Venice. 

365 Landing fish: coast of Holland. 

563 Dutch boats on the Y off 
Amsterdam; study for the 
large picture : "Hugging the 
Shore." 

582 The Goodwin light ship: pilot 
and lifeboat going to succour 
a wrecked Indiaman; study 
for the large picture. 

187 1. 224 A bit of English coast. 

1078 Dutch boats in a calm off the 
Helder. 

1872. 208 A Dutch calm. 

246 Hastings luggers coming ashore 

in a breeze. 
540 Chalk and fire-stone rocks, 

forming part of the Under- 

cliff, Isle of Wight. 
643 Danish craft on the Elbe, off 

Blankenese: low water. 

1873. 310 Venetian fishing craft (Brag- 

ozzi) caught in a " Borasca" 
in the Adriatic, off Fort St. 
Andrea. 
419 Steeple Rock (of serpentine), 
Kynance Cove, Lizard, 
Cornwall: low water. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cooke, 
tinned. 
1873- 



Edward William, R.A. 



-con- 



921 Dutch Pinks drying sails and 
nets: Egmondaan Zee— tide 
coming in. 

1875. 232 H.M. turret ship "Devastation" 

at Spithead, on the occasion 
of the naval review in hon- 
our of the Shah of Persia, 
23rd July, 1873. Presented 
to the Naval University, 
Greenwich, by Thomas Bras- 
ses, Esq., M.P. 

369 Sandy Cave — tide flowing. 

443 The mountains and plain of 
Denderah, on the Libyan 
bank of the Nile: doum and 
date palms, sont trees, etc., 
etc. 

1876. 79 The ruins of Kom-Ombo, on 

the right bank of the Nile, 
illumined by the western 
after - glow. " The double 
Ptolemaic temple was dedi- 
cated to the hostile Deities 
of Light under the form of 
Horus and Darkness under 
the form of the crocodile- 
headed god Savak, the Lord 
of Ombos." 

223 A Zuyder Zee fishing haven. 

493 Philse " the beautiful " at early 
morn, looking south. " The 
ruins, which are most of 
them of the date of the 
Ptolemies and the C»sars, 
include on the right the 
Temple of Isis, with its 
huge massive Pylons, and 
on the left the building 
commonly called ' Pharaoh's 
bed.' " 

573 A port on the Zuyder Zee. 
This inland sea is about to 
be drained by the Dutch 
Government. 

1877. 288 Schevening pink preparing for 

sea. 

320 A bit of Bonchurch in the 
olden time. 

354 Date palms and bananas in 
the garden of the Khedive's 
Palace of Gezeereh, opposite 
Boulak, Cairo. 
1 341 A Sussex garden glen; late 
autumn : unexpected visi- 
tors. 

1878. 182 A Dutch galliot aground on a 

sandbank: low water on the 
Bies-Bosche, Holland. 



1878. 330 The "Cleopatra" in the Bay 

of Biscay on the r4th 
October, 1877, signalling the 
" Olga " to cast off the tow- 
rope. " Staunch and strong, 
a goodly vessel, etc." 
502 Fishing lugger coming ashore 
in a gale. 

1879. 262 On the Dutch coast at Camper- 

down : a squally day — tide 

out. 
461 Falaises en amont d'Etretat: 

coast of Normandy. 
585 Torcello — evening. 

COOKE, Miss Ellen Miller ...Painter. 
19, Matlwood Road, Balham. 
1886. 849 Roses. 

ion Still life. 
1889. 1027 White azaleas. 

1066 Roses. 
1891. 1077 Gathered. 

COOKE, Ernest O Painter. 

7, Alma Square, 

St. John's Wood. 

1886. 302 The peacock's complaint to 

Juno. — La Fontaine. 

COOKE, Isaac Painter. 

Sandrock Park, Liscard. 
1879. 234 Afternoon on the river Kent. 
1882. 459 Church Beck, Coniston. "I 
heard the rushing waters 
dash, etc." 
The Breck, Wallasey, 

Cheshire. 

1884. 486 "After storm cometh sun- 

shine ": Harlech. 
Wi thins Lane, Liscard, 

Cheshire. 

1885. 1265 Pandy Isaf farm, Trefriw. 
1472 An old cottage, Harlech. 

Longland Road, Liscard. 
1889. 1754 Penmaenmawr — evening. 

Kirkstone, Liscard. 
1900. 117S Low water tarn in the Old 
Man, Coniston. 

COOKE, J Painter. 

Neii'ton Street, Birmingham. 
1830. 990 Portrait of Miss Dunn. 

COOKE, John Painter. 

1 9, Malwood Road, 

Balham Hill. 

1887. 310 Portrait of a lady. 

5, Bolton Studios. 
1889. 35 An Idyll. 

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1889. 


1147 W. Webb, Esq. 




1247 The suppression of the monas- 




tery. 




2, Trafalgar Studios. 


1890. 


2S2 Old woman. 




1 105 Miss E. Miller Cooke. 


I89I. 


559 Bathing nymphs. 




1033 The garden of sleep. 


1892. 


910 The Viking wives. 




1025 The kiss of the dew. 


1893. 


76 The god of the wind. 


1894. 


559 Abel. 


1899. 


555 The fishers. 


1900. 


203 "Where thoughts are singing 




swallows, etc." 


1902. 


255 Vanity. 




702 " Twin nurslings of the all- 




sustaining air." 


IQ03. 


744 The three Graces. 


DOKl 


E, Miss Painter. 



(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 
1S04. 874 The grand west screen of Lin- 
coln Minster. 

COOKE, R Painter. 

12, Greek Street, So ho. 

1812. 393 Portrait of himself. 

1813. 426 A portrait. 

1814. 397 Mr. G. F. Cooke. 

COOKE, R Architect. 

5, Kendal Place, Brixton. 
1838. 1 1 97 Design for a museum. 
1841. 1091 Sketch for a garden temple. 

COOKE, W. Cubitt Painter. 

146, /miction Road, 

Upper Holloway. 

1893. 1438 " I've been roaming, I've been 

roaming over hill and plain, 

etc." Painted with A. A. 

Carpenter. 

1895. 1049 The close of day. "The day 

thou gavest, Lord, is ended, 

etc." 
1380 The end of the chapter. 
1387 Clerk Saunders — illustration to 

" British Ballads." 

1896. 1515 Dowsabell. " This mayden in 

a morne betime, etc." 
1533 Head. 

Alpha Villa, 

Ballard's Lane, Finchley. 

1897. 1671 Christmas eve, two hundred 

years ago. 
1697 Shut out. 

2\, Mead's Road, Wood Green. 

1900. 827 Doubt and misgiving. 

1 90 1. 1204 The estuary of the Thames. 



COOKE, William Edward ... Painter. 

Loughborough. 
1876. 315 The old manor house, Clifton, 
Nottingham. 
565 The village wharf. 

Quordon, Loughborough. 
i^Ty. 1012 Evening. 
1878. loio Mill on the Witham. 

1025 The pedlar. 
i88o. 362 Agricultural depression: the 
rent-day. 
627 At Mount Sorrel, Leicester- 
shire. 
1885. 484 The farmhouse pump. 

COOKESLEY, Mrs. Margaret Mur- 
ray Painter. 

1 2, Observato/y Avenue, 

Campden Hill. 

1884. 537 Drinking fountain, Cairo. 

1885. 918 An Arab cemetery. 

1887. 727 Pottery seller, Egypt. 

1888. 775 An eastern doorway. 

841 Gordon's friends: women of 
the Upper Nile. 

1889. 611 Corner in the fruit market 

Gibraltar. 

no, Adelaide Road. 

1891. 966 Three little wags. 

22, Stanley Gardens, 

Notting Hill. 

1894. 742 Umbrellas to mend — Damas- 

cus. 

1895. 722 An Arab cafi!, Cairo. 

1896. 854 Death of the first born. 

7, Cromwell Place, S.W. 

1898. 691 His gift. 

S47 Miss Ellen Terry as Imogen. 

1900. 914 The Maid of Athens. 

971; Widowed. 

1902. 5S2 Evening — banks of the Nile. 

596 A thing of beauty. 

COOKSEY, Arthur W Architect. 

St. Heller's, 

Brownswood Park, N. 

1892. 1690 A residence. 

4, Adam Street, Adelphi. 

1897. 1832 Design for almshouses, Hamp- 

ton Street, Walworth. 
{See also Cox and Cooksev.) 

COOL, De. See D. 

COOLEY, Thomas Painter. 

At Mrs. Braidivood's, Hackney. 
18 1 3. 679 Portraits. 

Grafton Street, Dublin. 
18 16. 28 Lieut.-Col.Walker, Royal Horse 
Artillery. 



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Cooley, 
1816. 



1817, 



1818. 
1819. 



403 



410 
479 



580 



279 



1829. 
1830. 

1831. 



Th o m as — contitiued. 
425 Miss Walstein in the character 
of Lady Teazle. 

103, St. Martin's Lane. 
22 Sir Charles Vernon, Chamber- 
lain to the Lord Lieutenant 
of Ireland. 
Major Cator, Royal Horse 

Artillery. 
Master Henry Tobin. 
Miss Walstein as Lady Mac- 
beth. "Infirm of purpose! 
etc." 
Lieut. -Gen. Meyrick. 
Lieut. -Col. Sir C. Downie, K.C., 

in the Spanish service. 
Sir S. Shepherd, M.P., His 
Majesty's Attorney-General. 
328 Portrait of a gentleman. 
407 do. Meerza Reza. 
567 Lieut. -Gen. Wetherall. 
32 Portrait of an artist. 
190 do. a boy. 

58, Great Qiiee?i Street, 

Lincoln's Inn. 
399 Vice-Admiral Sir Jos. Yorke. 
677 Portraits of two children of Mr. 

T. Adams. 
510 Portraits of Mr. Thomas Adams's 
family. 

1 9, ]\fanchester Buildings. 
164 Begging boy. 
304 The juvenile artist. 

5 Portrait of a gentleman. 
271 Mr. Scott. 
290 Portrait of a gentleman. 
507 Playing at cards. 
540 Portrait of a gentleman. 

269 Mrs. Hay. 

270 William Alexander Hay, Esq. 
346 Portrait of a gentleman. 





432 


do. lady. 


1832. 


471 


do. gentleman. 


1833- 


203 


do. do. 




308 


do. lady. 




342 


do. gentleman. 




376 


do. lady. 




431 


do. gentleman. 


1834. 


232 


Mr. Lowther. 




233 


Portrait of a lady. 




300 


do. gentleman. 




379 


Miss Sarah Childs. 


1835- 


382 


Master William Mellish Parratt. 


1836. 


611 


Captain Freeman. 


1837- 


245 


Mr. Pocock, Parish Clerk of 
Brighton. 




28 5 


Mr. S. Paine. 




45^ 


Mr. J. S. Ward. 


1839. 


31 


Portrait of the wife of a Scot- 
tish clergyman. 



1839. 560 Portrait of a Scottish clergy- 

man. 

1840. 436 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1842. 1234 do. little boy. 

8, Clifton Place, Cambenvell. 

1845. ^"9 D. Walters, Esq., Junr. 
434 Mrs. D. Walters. 

756 Miss Walters. 

1846. 683 Portrait of a favourite. 

COOLING, John A Painter. 

1880. 1261 A man's head; study in chalk. 

COOMBE, Arthur E Engraver. 

Thirlstane, Dorking. 

1886. 1528 The old mill. After W. Bis- 

combe Gardner. 

1887. 1557 St. Martin's in the fields, Lon- 

don. 
1558 East wing of fountain, Wotton 
Place, Surrey. After W. Bis- 
combe Gardner. 
1566 Abinger Mill pond, Surrey. 
After W. Biscombe Gardner. 
42, Clifton Road, Brighton. 
1889. 1769 Jedburg Abbey. After George 
Reid. 

1795 Hatch Farm, Abinger Ham- 

mer. After W. B. Gardner. 

1796 King's farm, Ockley, Surrey. 

After W. B. Gardner. 

COOMBS (W. A.) and WHYTE (E. 

Towey) Architects. 

31, Charing Cross. 
1897. 1769 New chancel, etc., St. Bartho- 
lomew's church, Southsea. 

COOP, Hubert Painter. 

Glemvood, Mosley, 

Birmingham. 

1897. 1 109 Viper's Bugloss. 

S, Bennet's Hill, Birmingham. 

1898. 1 189 Where the river joins the sea. 

Morfa, Conway. 

1899. 1020 Across the sands. 
1080 A village by the sea. 

1900. 122S Harvest of the sea. 

1 90 1. 948 The harbour, Polperro. 
1049 One summer's evening. 

1903. 807 The never-failing brook. 

S42 Shadowy mountains and a sun- 
bright sea. 
885 A sunny shore. 
895 A cheap market. 

1904. 923 St. Michael's Mount. 
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COOPER, Abraham, R.A. ... Painter. 

24, Doughty Street., 

Foundling Hospital. 

1512. 170 The farrier's shop. 
260 A terrier's head. 

10, Robert St., Bedford Row. 

1513. 44 The first of September. 

229 Elephant, a stallion, the pro- 
perty of H. Meux, Esq. 

313 Gig, a favourite greyhound, the 
property of Lord C. Bentinck. 

347 Animals and servant, the pro- 
perty of T. Milles, Esq. 

657 A greyhound. 

1814. 76 Portraits of an Indian bull and 

cow of the Zebu kind, the 
property of H, Meu.x, Esq. 

170 Portraits of Mr. Kew and horse. 

178 Portraits of Fanny, a charger, 
and Muff, a poodle. 

228 Portraits of Leopard, a dray 
horse, and Will Craddock, 
a servant, belonging to 
Messrs. Barclay, Perkins and 
Co. 

546 Portraits of Rose and Cribb, 
two celebrated Bull dogs, 
the property of a gentle- 
man. 

562 Portrait of a celebrated hunter, 
the property of Lord Deer- 
hurst. 

1 81 5. 33 Scrub, a shooting poney, aged 

thirty years, belonging to Sir 
R. C. Hoare, Bart., with two 
favourite spaniels of the 
Duke of Newcastle's breed. 

57 A hackney, the property of a 
gentleman. 

68 Delpini, a charger, the pro- 
perty of Major T. P. Milles, 
14th Light Dragoons. 

78 Two spaniels. 

260 A favourite Cat. 

261 CuthuUin, from Ossian. "The 

cur of war comes on like 
the flame of death, etc." 
275 A hunting mare and foal, the 
property of the Duke of 
Grafton. 

1816. 9 The deserted child found ; 

painted to illustrate a poem 
entitled " The Social day." 

102 A poney belonging to Mr. 

Edmund. 

103 Paddy, an old setter, the pro- 

perty of F. Wilson, Esq. 
173 Goldfinch, a celebrated hunter, 
the property of J. Turner, 
Esq. 



1S16. 185 A favourite galloway, the pro- 
perty of Lady Charles Town- 
shend. 

291 Partisan, by Walton. 

368 A hunter and spaniel, the pro- 
perty of F. Wilson, Esq. 

538 Whisker and Minuet, the win- 
ners of the Derby and the 
Oaks stakes in 181 5. 

6, New Milhnan Street. 

1817. 10 The adventure of Mambrino's 

Helmet. " Caitiff, wretch, 
defend thyself or immedi- 
ately surrender that which 
is so justly mine." 
29 Huntsmen and hounds. 
59 Fishermen. 
231 Portrait of Pilgrim, a hunter, 
the property of J. Turner, 
Esq. 
328 Tom. 

335 The morning ride. 
339 Portrait of Curl, a pug dog, the 
property of Mrs. Bennet. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1818. 23 The Wapiti or North American 

deer, painted for the late 
Earl of Upper Ossory. 
52 An Alderney Bull and Cows, 
the property of J. AUnutt, 
Esq. 

66 A hunting mare, the property 

of a gentleman. 
119 The happy Fox-hunter. "There 
shall they behold the glad 
Squires, etc." 

122 Spaniels, the property of a 

gentleman. 

123 The Fox-hunter's return. "Let 

any man behold with what 
joy and triumph the Hunter 
returns, etc." 

181 9. 18 A study from nature. 

20 The Battle of Marston Moor, 
near York, fought in the 
year 1644, representing the 
leaders of both armies, taken 
from authentic family por- 
traits, and the best recorded 
accounts of that disastrous 
conflict, etc. 

22 The Turn-pike gate, painted 
to illustrate a poem entitled 
" The Social Day." 

67 Portrait of a celebrated fly 

fisher. " Can cards and dice 
. . . delight like angling? etc." 

109 A study from nature. 

263 Robert, a hackney, the pro- 
perty of Charles Deane, Esq. 



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Cooper, Abraham, R.A. — continued. 

1819. 275 Portrait of Zorilda, a favourite 

Hackney, the property of 
G. H. Drummond, Esq., 
M.P. 
342 Portrait of Jack, a celebrated 
hunter, the property of E. 
B. Fox, Esq. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1820. 79 Skirmish. " Horseman and 

horse confessed the bitter 
pang and arms and warrior 
fell with heavy clang." 
89 The Combat between Sergeant 
Bothwell and Balfour of 
Burley. Vide "Old Mor- 
tality," " Tales of my Land- 
lord." "You are the murder- 
ing villain, etc." 

239 Portraits. 

276 do. 

328 A favourite hunter, the pro- 
perty of a gentleman. 

3+5 A celebrated racehorse, the 
property of Mr. Wilson. 
1S21. 123 The heroic conduct of Crom- 
well at Marston Moor, where 
after being wounded in the 
right arm, he called up a 
reserve, and placing himself 
at the head of it, aided by 
Lord Manchester, Lambert, 
etc., obtained a victory for 
the Parliament. 

165 Portrait of Mr. T. Rounding, 
on his celebrated horse, 
Spankaway; with portraits 
of Gladsome, Governess, 
and Syren, excellent stag- 
hounds late in the Epping 
Forest hunt. 
1822. 120 The Battle of Strigonium, now 
Gran, in Hungary, fought 
in the year 1595, wherein 
Sir Thomas, afterward Lord 
Arundel of Wardour, a vol- 
unteer in the Imperial army, 
attended by his friend Row- 
land Bowles, Esq., as stand- 
ard bearer, who was after- 
wards knighted (a portrait 
of his lineal descendant, 
Charles Bowles, Esq., of 
Shaftesbury), among other 
distinguished feats of valour, 
took the standard of Ma- 
homed, for which he was by 
Rodolph the second created 
a Count of the Holy Roman 
Empire. In the background 



are German troops advanc- 
ing headed by the Marquis 
Burgau and the Town as it 
then stood, etc. 
1S22. 138 Portrait of the native dog of 
New South Wales. 

143 Rupert's standard at Marston 
Moor. 

204 Portrait of a favourite horse, 
the property of A. W. Rob- 
arts, Esq., M.P. 

263 Portrait of Rhoda by Aspara- 
gus, a celebrated racer bred 
by the Duke of Rutland, 
late the property of J. Tur- 
ner, Esq. 

1823. 51 Portrait of a favourite dog. 
Ill Draught horses. 

118 The death of a cavalier at 
Marston Moor. 

151 Arthur Lord Capel defending 
Colchester for the King in 
the year 1648, in which are 
portraits of His Lordship, 
Thomas Lord Fairfax, Sir 
George Lisle and Sir Charles 
Lucas. 

374 Portrait of Wouvermans, the 
property of G. O. Whiteside, 
Esq. 

390 Wamber. 

1824. 47 The towing horse; a study. 

73 Grey Jem, a celebrated hunter, 
the property of G. D. Adey, 
Esq. 

116 King William III, Lord Con- 
ingsby and the first Earl of 
Portland. " Previous to the 
battle of the Boyne King 
William was wounded, etc." 

177 Portrait of an Arabian bred 
by the Montefick tribe of 
Arabs, and certified to be 
of the purest blood. 

220 Battle of Shrewsbury. The 
principal figure is Archibald 
Earl Douglas, killing Sir 
Walter Blount ; on the other 
grey horse is Henry Percy 
(called Hotspur), who has 
overthrown the treacherous 
Earl Stafford, and is in the 
act of leading on the Rebel 
army. On the other side is 
King Henry contending with 
Sir Richard Vernon, whose 
banner, etc., lies in the fore- 
ground, etc. 

297 Alacrity, a favourite mare, the 
property of F. Wilson, Esq. 



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1825. 70 Bosworth Field. Richard being 
informed of Henry's station 
in the battle, determined on 
an immediate attack in per- 
son, and exclaiming " Let 
all true knights follow me," 
made a desperate effort to 
get at Henry, and on his 
way overthrew the powerful 
Sir John Cheiney, killed Sir 
William Brandon, Henry's 
standard bearer, took the 
standard (the red dragon of 
Cadwallader on the Tudor 
colours), and immediately 
attacked Henry, between 
whom the fight was desper- 
ate. To the left is seen Lord 
Stanley closing in upon 
Richard's men, having waited 
till Richard made the charge, 
to save his son's life. In the 
middle ground, and under 
Lord Stanley, is Sir John 
Byron supporting his dying 
friend Sir Gervoise Clifton, 
who though engaged on op- 
posite sides, were mutually 
pledged to assist each other 
in danger; near to which is 
the Duke of Norfolk, who 
while fighting with the Earl 
of Oxford lost part of his 
helmet. Oxford, disdaining 
to fight a man so unguarded, 
reined back his horse, when 
instantly an arrow from an 
unknown hand hit the Duke 
in the face and pierced his 
brain. On the other side 
and near Henry is Sir Gil- 
bert Talbot, who overthrew 
and took prisoner Lord 
Surry; near the extremity 
of the picture is Sir John 
Savage leading on his men. 
Sir Richard Ratclyffe is dead 
under the principal groupe, 
having attended Richard in 
this his desperate and last 
charge, accompanied by 
Lord Ferrars of Chartley, 
Lord Lovel, Catesby, etc., 
etc. 
103 "So, ho, my man." 
107 The poor man and his dis- 
tressed horse, assisted by 
the Rev.G. Herbert; painted 
for J. Major's illustrated edi- 
tion of " Walton's Lives." 



1825. 259 The adieu. 

1826. II Battle of Zuthpen, 1586. "Sir 

William Russell with his 
cornet charged so terribly, 
that after he had broke his 
lance, he with his Curtleux, 
so plaid his part, that the 
enemy reported him to be a 
Devil and not a man, for 
when he saw six or seven of 
the enemies together, thither 
would he hie, and so be- 
haved himself with his Curt- 
leux that he would separate 
their friendship." 

Ill Portraits of two horses, the 
property of Lord Charles V. 
Townshend, M.P. 

116 Painter, an excellent retriever, 
the property of E. Chinery, 
Esq. 

260 The Liberator, a hunter, late 
the property of Stewart Mar- 
joribanks, Esq., M.P. 

317 Smoker, a celebrated dog, the 
property of the Hon. Grant- 
ley F. Berkeley. 

1827. 135 The death of Sir Francis Rus- 

sell, who was treacherously 
slain at a border meeting, 
July 16, 1585, etc. 

203 Trouncer, a celebrated fox- 
hound. 

274 A favourite horse, the property 
of Thomas Harrington, Esq. 

297 Fleur-de-lis, by Bourdon, the 
property of Sir M. W. Rid- 
ley, Bart., M.P. 

299 Wamba. 

309 Portrait of the Hon. Grantley 
F. Berkeley taking a stag, 
with portraits of a favourite 
horse and a couple and a 
half of deerhounds. 

321 Harmony, a celebrated fox- 
hound bitch. 

338 Horses in a storm. 

1828. 12S Richard I, called Coeur-de- 

Lion, at the Battle of As- 

calon in the act of unhorsing 

Saladin. " On this famous 

occasion, etc." 
129 The shooting poney, painted 

for Francis Wilson, Esq. 
332 Draught horses, the property 

of Mr. Crampern of Jermyn 

Street. 
370 The Stallion (Richard). 

1829. 109 Shooting poney, dogs, game, 

etc. 



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Cooper, Abraham, H.A. — continued. 

1S29. iM Sand diggers. 

2S3 A spaniel, the property of 
George Palmer, Esq. 

1830. 52 Swap, a celebrated hunter, the 

property of George Perkins, 
Esq. 

Hi Portrait of Jane, a lady's Don- 
key. 

155 Cattle; portraits. 

167 Wild fowl shooting. 

221 Miss Turner, the celebrated 
trotting mare, the property 
of J. Gordon, Esq. 

267 Portraits of three horses. 

1831. 56 Mary Queen of Scots meeting 

the Earl of Bothwell between 
Stirling and Edinburgh. 
"Captain Blackater alleged 
that it was with the Queen's 
own consent, etc." 
139 Portraits of two spaniels, the 
property of William Raddon, 
Esq. 

1832. 9S The baggage waggon. 

105 Miss Edwards, an old hackney. 
127 The retreat. 

326 Woodcock shooting. 

361 Brian de Bois-Guilbert's es- 
cape from Torquilstone cas- 
tle followed by his Saracens, 
with Rebecca, etc. 

1833. 95 The shooting pony. 
132 The retreat at Naseby. 
229 The horse ferry. 

271 Portrait of a gentleman on a 

favourite hunter. 
346 Fidelia. 

357 Thomas Blood, Esq. 
401 Jack in a bo.x. 

1834. 97 A hawking party. 

iiS Ayreshire Cows. "And from 
her sides the troublous in- 
sects lashes with her tail, 
etc." 

129 Greeks with Arab horses. 

1S5 Interior of a stable, with horses, 
goats, etc. 

190 A shooting party. 

256 A terrier. 

360 Shakespeare by Smolensko, the 
property of Richard Wilson, 
Esq. 

1835. 4' Juno, the property of William 

Pinney, Esq. 
56 Fanny, the property of — Pea- 
cock, Esq. 

106 Cocoa, the property of Sir John 

St. Aubyn, Bart. 
209 Tom Jones. 



1835. 225 



316 

1836. Si 

103 



"5 



308 



379 



433 
1837. 59 



169 

249 
332 
333 



416 

4-9 
1838. 47 



•27 
,65 

302 



309 



Plenipotentiary, the winner of 

the Derby in 1834, etc., bred 
by and the property of Stan- 
lake Batson, Esq., with por- 
traits of ConoUy the jockey 
and Payne the trainer. 

Dray horses. 

The sportsman's bothy. 

The death of Harold at the 
battle of Hastings. " Harold 
performed prodigies of val- 
our . . . when an arrow, 
barbed with the plumes of 
tyranny, pierced his eye to 
the brain, and he fell lifeless 
from his horse, an event 
which turned the fortune of 
the day and with it that of 
England, etc." 

Rampion, a hunter, the pro- 
perty of Earl Grosvenor. 

Portraits of two horses and a 
dog, the property of George 
Rooke, Esq. 

Thomas Waring, Esq., on Peter, 
with five couple of his har- 
riers. 

"The Doctor," a hunter, the 
property of Joshua Black- 
burne, Esq. 

Sportsmen in the Highlands. 

Greeks. 

Jack, the property of Charles 
Brown, Esq. 

Portrait of Master Fitzgibbon 
on his pony Lion, with Mus- 
tard, Pepper and Spice, three 
skye terriers. 

Pop, the property of Sir John 
Shelley, Bart. 

Sam, a setter, the property of 
Charles Brett, Esq. 

Spice, a skye terrier, the pro- 
perty of the Hon. Colonel 
Fitzgibbon, M.P. 

Greeks. 

The trumpeter. 

Hassan, an Arabian, the pro- 
perty of Henry Thomas 
Hope, Esq., M.P. 

Wellington at AVaterloo. 

Sir James Flower, Bart., and 
his hounds. 

Elis, rode by John Day, and 
Lord Lichfield's trainer Doe, 
at Doncaster in 1836, with 
the caravan and the Drummer 
in the background. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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1839. 



mule carriage, John Day the 
father with his son John 
standing on the right, with 
his two sons; the late Sam 
mounted on Venison in the 
foreground, and little Will 
Day on Chapeau D'Espagne 
in the distance. 
1838. 370 Mango, the property of the late 
Hon. C. C. Greville, ridden 
by the late Sam Day, with 
the Drummer in the back- 
ground. 

454 Airy, w-inner of the Brighton 
stakes, 1837, rode by little 
Will Day. 
Comus, one of Her Majesty's 
favourite riding horses. 

130 Roxton, a hunter, the property 
of Earl Grosvenor. 

173 Battle of Lewes. In the fore- 
ground is Simon de Mont- 
fort in the act of taking 
Henry HI (whose horse was 
killed) prisoner. Near the 
King, reining back his horse, 
is seen Henry Percy, and 
further in the picture are 
seen Gilbert de Clare, Earl 
of Gloucester, capturing 
Richard Plantagenet, King 
of the Romans ; beyond 
him Grosvenor, de Warren, 
Blount, Bigod, etc. On the 
ground William de Valence, 
Fulk Fitzwarine and William 
de Welles. In the distance 
is seen Prince Edward 
charging the Londoners, who 
were commanded by Nicho- 
las Segrave. 

223 An Italian sheepdog, belonging 
to Lord William Russell. 

250 Crab and Pickle, two Scotch 
terriers, belonging to Lady 
Flower. 

497 Bay Middleton, the property 
of Lord George Bentinck, 
M.P. 
1840. 81 A day's sport in the Highlands, 
with portraits of the late 
Captain George Rooke and 
the artist. 

124 Richard Coeur de Lion review- 
ing the Crusaders in Palest- 
ine. " Conrade was com- 
mencing his reply with a 
smile, when Roswal, the 
noble hound, uttering a furi- 
ous and savage howl, sprung 



forward. The Nubian at the 
same time slipped the leash, 
and the hound rushing on 
leapt upon Conrade's noble 
charger, and seizing the Mar- 
quis by the throat pulled 
him down from the saddle. 
The plumed rider lay rolling 
in the sand, and the fright- 
ened horse fled in wild career 
through the camp, etc." 

1840. 241 Stavely, the property of John 

Gregson, Esq. 

272 Araby and a pony, favourite 
horses of Sir John Swin- 
burne, Bart., and Miss Swin- 
burne's grey horse Rapid, 
with a distant view of Cap- 
heaton. 

384 Bruno, the property of J. Stam- 
ford Caldwell, Esq. 

417 "My father's favourite mare," 
the property of J. Stamford 
Caldwell, Esq. 

460 Grey Momus, late the property 
of the Rt. Hon. Lord George 
Bentinck, M.P. 

1 84 1. 147 Launcelot, the winner of the 

great St. Leger, 1840. 
Painted for the Marquis of 
Westminster. 

182 The Fight at Cropedy Bridge, 
June 29, 1644, where Sir 
William Waller attacked the 
King, etc. The Earl of 
Cleveland is endeavouring 
to force a passage over the 
bridge, supported by the 
Earl of Northampton, whose 
brigade of horse drove those 
of Waller back through the 
river. Waller's banner is 
being rescued by a trooper, 
who is clinging to his wading 
horse. 

249 An equestrian portrait of Miss 
Hoare. 

341 Two dogs, painted for Sir John 
Swinburne, Bart. 

405 A. L. Pfeil, Esq., on his fav- 
ourite hack, accompanied by 
Columbine and Nelson, two 
celebrated greyhounds. 

516 Garry Owen, the property of 
the Rt. Hon. George Byng, 
M.P., ridden by E. Flatman. 

1842. 83 Portraits of Scyron and Tit, the 

property of Harvey Combe, 
Esq. " We have caught her 
between us." 



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311 



312 



Cooper, Abraham, R.A. — continued. 

1842. 11+ The Cavalier. 
Portraits of two mares and two 

Skie terriers, the property of 
Sir Henry Meux, Bart. 

140 The Highland Gillie. 

A brood Mare by X Y Z and 
her foal, the property of Sir 
John E. Swinburne, Bart. 
Flora, a thoroughbred mare, 
the property of Mrs. Gor- 
don. 

33: Tom Thumb and Jacky, the 
property of Harvey Combe, 
Esq. 

1843. 45 Sailor, a retriever, the property 
of Charles Brett, Esq. 

87 LexTalionis: the raid on the 
reivers, or the laird getting 
his ain again. "Right hastily 
they clam the peel, etc." 

255 Portraits of all the horses and 
jockeys engaged in the Derby 
stakes won by Little Wonder, 
the property of David Rob- 
ertson, Esq. 

171 The gillie's departure for the 
moors. 

1844. 5S Prince Rupert routing the be- 
siegers at Newark on the 
morning of the 22 nd March, 
1644. 

87 Returning from deer stalking. 

132 Brush, a retriever, the property 
of Sir James Flower, Bart., 
M.P. 

3 1 5 The ford — a scene in Inverness- 
shire.- 

1845. 199 Highland Courtship. 
201 The 19th of June, 1815 — a 

scene in Belgium. 
24" A favourite old hunter, the 

property of a gentleman. 
444 Mr. Robertson's Little Wonder 

winning the Derby in the 

year 1840. 

1846. 121 The Life Guards, in the cos- 
tume they wore in 181 5. 

124 Sir Rowland, a favourite horse, 
the property of Thomas Par- 
sons, Esq. 

156 Red Deer (ridden by Kitch- 
ener), the property of the 
Duke of Richmond. 

220 An Arabian, the property of 
Sir George Philip Lee. 

434 AfavouritemarebytheColonel, 
the property of a gentle- 
man. 

1847. 55 Cupid and nymphs. 



'43 
354 



37' 



108 
129 

144 



574 

1849. 101 

iiS 

143 



1847. 102 The slave dealer. 

107 La Pucelle, Old Talbot, and 
his son at the battle of Patay. 
"Za Pucelle. Once I en- 
countered him, and then I 
said. Thou maiden youth, be 
vanquished by a maid." 

Toy, a fiivourite spaniel. 

Refraction, the property of the 
Duke of Richmond, ridden 
by Henry Bell. 

Vingt-un and Major, the pro- 
perty of Sir Henry Meux, 
Bart. 

1848. 58 Ariadne, after her desertion by 

Theseus. 
101 Mr. Worley, stud groom to 

Her Majesty Queen Ade- 
laide. 
Harvest in the Highlands. 
The dead Kid. 
The Foray. " It 's most clear, 

a freebooter doth live in 

hazard's train, etc." 
A study. 

The wounded Greek. 
The oasis. 
Aliwal, an Arab charger, the 

property of Sir Harry G. W. 

Smith, Bart., G.C.B., and 

ridden by him at the battle 

of Aliwal, etc. 
The interior of a Highland 

Inn. 
Returning from deer stalking — 

Urquhart Castle in the dist- 
ance. 
Surplice, the winner of the 

Derby and St. Leger, 1848. 
The dear alive and the deer 

deceased. 
Shooters on the moors. 
Arabs. 
Meeting of J. S. Swinburne's 

keepers on his moors in 

Northumberland. 
Arcadians. 
A hunter, the property of a 

gentleman. 
The peat cart. 
Vive le Roi. 
The dead trooper. 
"He was a mighty hunter 

before the Lord," "even as 

Nimrod, etc." 
167 " With what sum will you open 

the biddings for her?" Vide 

" The Thousand and One 

Nights." 
212 The Ford. 





224 




377 




461 


1850. 


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99 




no 




145 




249 




439 




44= 


1851. 


60 




94 




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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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I85I. +41 


Edward Coutts, son of Edward 


1856. 23 


Ennui, the property of Lord 




Majoribanks, Junr., Esq., 




Londesborough. 




with pony and grt-yhound. 


ICO 


\Vest Australian, the property 




The portrait by T. \Vebster, 




of Lord Londesborough. 




R.A. 


172 


Anxiety. 


+53 


Mocking bird, a celebrated 


183 


A scene in the Crimea. 




greyhound, the property of 


24s 


" Two old campaigners." Por- 




a gentleman. 




traits of Marengo and Copen- 


494 


Dogs, the property of a gentle- 




hagen, the favourite chargers 




man. 




of the Emperor Napoleon 


1852. +4 


The rout, at Marston Moor. 




and the Duke of Welling- 


91 


A grey horse, the property of 




ton. 




Lady Charles P. P. Clin- 


301 


The fisherman's boy and his 




ton. 




dog. 


98 


A charger, the property of Lord 


582 


Mambrino's helmet. 




Charles P. P. Clinton. 


590 


Highland lassie getting up the 


104 


Startling intelligence. 




kye. 


152 


"The Arabs surrounded and 


1857. 117 


The first of October, contain- 




fiercely assaulted the cara- 




ing portraits of the painter 




van and killed the attend- 




and his son, the former 




ants, not sparing one of 




painted by Mr. Harwood. 




them." 




Painted for Joseph White, 


155 


"One of these." "Death or 




Esq., C/onme/. 




Glory." 


■^4 


Smugglers on the Northumber- 


252 


Shooters on the moors. 




land coast in the early part 


355 


The butcher boy. 




of the present century, as 


1853- ^3 


Wellington's first great victory — 




often seen by the artist when 




the battle of Assye. " Assye 




a bo)'. 




was indeed a glorious tri- 


187 


Returned from the Crimea. 




umph, etc." 


329 


Arabs. 


75 


The gillie's courtship. 


405 


Master Lewis, son of the Chan- 


95 


La Vivandiere. 




cellor of the Exchequer. 


^33 


Hors de combat. 


435 


John Comyn, the veteran High- 


256 


Henry Morton rescuing Lord 




lander of Glen Urquhart, 




Evandale from the fury of 




preparing a salmon fly. 




Burley at the skirmish of 


521 


The shooter's return. 




Drumclog. " Just as he had 


1858. 50 


An unlicensed hawker. 




assisted Evandale, who was 


53 


Arabs. 




much wounded, to extricate 


113 


Blackcock shooting. 




himself from his dying horse, 


203 


A Highland Dairy. 




etc." Vide " Old Mortality." 


244 


A conference. " Where shall 


36, 


The shooting pony. 




we gang now? " 


506 


Portraits of Pilot and Midge, 


378 


Pheasant shooting. " See from 




the property of Viscountess 




the brake the whizzing 




Maiden. 




pheasant springs." 


1854. 99 


Deer stalkers. 


393 


Grouse shooting. 


lOI 


Highland game. 


582 


Post-haste. 


.58 


The Bedaween's home. 


1859. 56 


Tar, a celebrated retriever, the 


^73 


Collecting the wounded after 




property of Charles Brett, 




a skirmish. 




Esq. 


294 


Portraits. 


'37 


The fusee. 


484 


The falconer. 


3'7 


A sup 0' whiskey. 


1855. 30 


Spaniel and woodcock. 


333 


The Highland vulpecide. 


52 


Going out. 


445 


" My Arab steed." 


112 


The gillie. 


518 


Robinhood and Zoe, the pro- 


•25 


The Vidette. 




perty of a gentleman. 


187 Repulse of the Cossacks by the 


607 


Woodcock shooting. 




93rd. 


635 


Merry, the property of Mrs. 


406 


The tired hunter. 




Palmer. 


607 


Tarn O'Shanter. 


i860. 80 


The guard. 



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Cooper, Abraham, R. A. —continued. 

i860. 'H Major-General Skippon's troop 
of horse attacking and cap- 
turing the King's guns, bag- 
gage, etc., at the battle of 
Naseby. " Cromwell, who 
was returned victorious, 
changed the face of the 
battle by charging the King's 
infantry in flank, etc." 
Lieut.-General the Hon. Sir 
Edward Cust, Colonel of the 
1 6th (Queen's) Lancers. 

312 Counting the day's sport. 

31S Snipe shooting. 

395 Grouse shooting. 

586 The Arab and his steed. 

1 861. 127 On the bank of Loch Ne.ss. 
1S7 Montrose routed at Philiphaugh 

by Sir David Leslie, fought 

1650. "On Philiphaugh a 

fray began, etc." 
201 Duck shooting, second barrel. 
234 Shooters going out — Scotland. 
299 The stirrup cup. 
366 The fight at Gladsmoor near 

Edinburgh, 1650. 
548 Hunters, late the property of 

Sir Tatton Sykes, Bart. 

1862. 46 The contrast or the off shoe. 
86 The Battle of Naseby, fought 

June 14, 1645, etc. The 
point chosen is when Crom- 
well called up his reserve, 
being hard pressed by Sir 
Marmaduke Langdale. 

267 The gillee. 

305 Shearers' and Sportsman: a 
scene near Mealfourvanie, 
Invernesshire. 

349 Arabs, etc. 

603 Horses in a storm. 

1863. 95 The Pride of the Desert. 
106 My own grey. 
180 The Giaour. "Who thundering 

comes on blackest steed, etc." 

305 Woman's mission. 

306 Attack and defence. 
534 Hunters, the property of Sir 

Tatton Sykes, Bart. 

1864. 28 The despatch. 
75 Shooters on the hills. 
79 A lesson on mendicity. 

261 Shooting pony, etc. 
501 Silent sorrow. 

1865. 79 Gone away. 
136 TheBatlleofEdgehill. "Prince 

Rupert marching down the 
hill and advancing to charge 
the enemy's left wing, etc." 



1865. 200 The suttler's booth. 
219 Arabs. 

1866. 105 An Arab chief and his horse. 
155 The tired camel. 

491 Cavaliers and Roundheads. 
" A struggle for the stand- 
ard." 

514 An awkward pass. "The 
antler'd monarch, etc." 

1867. 522 The painter and his models. 
604 Arabs. 

616 Dressing a fly — a scene in Glen 
Urquart; Loch Ness and 
Urquart Castle in the dis- 
tance. 

1868. 147 The adventure of the capture 

of Mambrino's helmet. — 
Don Qiiixotte. 
(The late.) 

1869. 4-5 "The Baron he loves his own 

good steed, etc." 



COOPER, 


Alexander Davis. 






Painter. 






19, New Millman Street. 


1837- 


83 


Spaniel and game. 


1839. 


1^3 


The Apollo buoy. 




206 


Cavaliers. 




325 


Charles Brett, Esq., with his 
horse Tob)'. 


1840. 


114 


Prospero and Miranda after the 
storm. "The hour's now 
come, etc." 




154 


The death of Mercutio. 
" Romeo, he cries aloud, 
etc." 


1841. 


122 


Genevieve. " I played a soft 
and doleful air, etc. 




409 


" When the hurly burly 's done, 
etc." 


1842. 


162 


Florizel and Perdita. 




1233 


The rescue of the two daughters 
of Munro, Major Heyward, 
and David Gamut from the 
hands of the Hurons, by 
Hawkeye and the two 
Mohicans. " They encoun- 
tered, grappled, and fell 
together, etc." 


1843. 


103 


A. Cooper, Esq., R.A. 




3S4 


The meeting of Hetty Hutter 
and Wah-ta-wah on the 
banks of the Glimmer Glass. 
— Vide ''The Decnlayer." 


1844. 


235 


Milking time; the cows the 
property of Charles Brett, 
Esq. 


1845. 


357 


Repose. 


1846. 


38 


The student. 



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1846. 
1847. 



1848. 



1849. 
1850. 



1851. 



1852. 



468 Quarrelsome Companions — 

the property of Mrs. H. C. 

Hoare. 
196 The King's son and the 

Ghobleh.— F/V/tf ''Arabian 

Nights." 

463 The Britons' stronghold. " For 
woe betide the venturous 
hand, etc." 

Do., and Governtnent School 

of Design, Manchester. 
227 A study. 

684 "As You Like It," act iii, 
scene 2. "There is a man 
haunts the forest, etc." 
953 Peace — a pastoral. 
261 The sick child. 

464 Galatea. 
521 Imogen entering; the cave. — 

Vide " Cyml'eline:' 

1 2, Murray Street. 
5S3 Portraits of horses; theproperty 

of the Hon. G. W. C. Byng. 
624 The Tryst. 
12 1 7 Mrs. Fox. 
416 "Oh, lovely maiden! 'twas 

enough for thee to be the 

mother of thine own great 

Saviour, etc." 
595 Sindbad escaping from the cave 

in which he had been buried 

with his dead wife. 

1853. 493 Irish courtship. 

579 Sancho recovers Dapple, etc. 

1854. 80 Urad.— J-7^t' ''Tales of the 

Genii." 
121 A good day's sport. 

12, St. Augustine's Road. 

1855. 345 "Please to pity the blind." 

1856. 1170 An impudent puppy. 

1 192 Abraham Cooper, Esq., R.A. 

1857. 226 Near Cookham on the Thames. 
395 A troublesome customer; a 

sketch. 

1858. 419 A warm corner. 

1859. 934 The Jungfrau. 
i860. 602 The East Cliff. 

1861. 555 A morning call. 

1862. 345 Familiarity breeds contempt. 

1863. 144 A Domestic tyrant. 
553 The double shot. 

1864. 495 A temperance lecture. 

1865. 353 Out-door relief. 
637 Morning. 

103. 

1866. 4-6 On the sick list. 

1867. 301 Locked up. 

1868. 264 Sussex Smugglers a hundred 

years ago. "As there are land 
sharks and water-sharks, etc." 



Go7ver Street. 



1869. 


1 


Topsy, Wasp, Sailor, and Mas- 






ter Turvy, proteges of James 






Farrer, Esq., of Ingle- 






borough. 


1870. 


473 


Le Trille du diable. "Giu- 
seppe Tartini, one of the 
greatest violinists and musi- 
cians of his time, dreamt 
one night, etc." 




900 


The vacant slippers. 


I87I. 


56 


Too late. 




746 


At bay. 


1872. 


421 


The home of the ibex: from 
sketches made on the spot. 


1874. 


212 


A morning call. 


1875- 


84 


Self-help. 




611 


Little Red Riding Hood. "Oh, 
granny, what a long nose 
you've got." 


1878. 


1360 


Rejected addresses. 


1879. 


339 


After the fair. 


1880. 


166 


Taking it easy. 




446 


The Rivals. 




1419 


Blackcock and mountain hare. 


1884. 


753 


Intervention. 


1888. 


358 


A mutual surprise. 



COOPER, Mrs. Alexander Davis. 

Painter. 

12, Murray Street. 



1854. 


833 A portrait. 


1855- 


714 Tired of play. 




12, Si. Augit stints Road. 


1857- 


572 Study of Fruit and flowers. 


1S59. 


431 The young nurse. 




809 Wild flowers. 




45, Upper Gower Street. 


1863. 


212 Fresh gathered. 


1864. 


412 Fruit. 




103, Goiver Street. 


1865. 


210 A summer posy. 


1866. 


699 Whiteheart cherries. 


1868. 


714 Cherries. 




S40 Grapes and Peaches. 


COOPER, Alfred Painter. 




12, Murray Street. 


1854. 


144 Pike and perch. 


1855- 


67 A clever little dog. 




200 Snipe, lapwing, and kingfishers. 




359 On the moors. 




12, St. A ugus title's Road. 


1856. 


199 A study of birds. 




276 The coward. 


1857- 


384 Waterfowl. 




518 Disengaged. 


1858. 


57 "Away with melancholy." 




517 The first slide. 


1859- 


307 Caught in a shower. 



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Cooper, Alfred — continued. 

4, Keppel Street. 
i860. 566 landscape painting. 
5, Trafalgar S</iiare, 

TwickenJiam. 
1S61. 50 A Welsh cottage. 
s-4 On the water. 

1862. 344 In North Wales. 
746 Winter. 

1863. 83 Drowned. 
91 Toby. 

750 The orphan. 

1864. 297 The lesson. 

COOPER, Alfred Heaton ... Painter. 

6, Upper C/teyne Row. 
1887. 942 Bad news from the Cape. 
Markland Hil/, Heaton, 

near Bolton k Moors. 

1890. 659 Corrie village, Arran. 

1891. 601 Glimpse of the sea — Arran. 
1893. 762 A woodland path — autumn. 

I o, Nevill Street, Southport^ 
1897. 65 Where the ducks dabble — 

Hawkhead, Ambleside. 
189S. 151 Meads and groves of Lonsdale. 
Coniston, Lancaster. 
1904. 918 Coniston P'ells — a February 
sunset. 
1007 Daffodils by the banks of the 
silvery Duddon. 



COOPER, 

1850. 6o: 

1851. 353 
1204 

1852. 265 



>«.s.v 


6 




42 




494 




502 




569 


1854. 


594 
292 




329 


1865. 
1866. 


333 
io6 



Alfred W Painter. 

19, Ne-w Millman Street. 

" O where are you going. Lord 
Lovell ? she said, etc." 

Don Felix. 

"As r left the place ... a 
second pleasure entertained 
me; 'twas a handsome milk- 
maid, etc." 

The Highland keeper's bothy. 

Smith, Brown, Jones and 
Robinson would go to the 
river to bathe instead of 
going to school. 

Mrs. Watson. 

A study. 

A scene in the square. 

Medora.— Zorr/ Byron's " Cor- 
sair." 

"I boldly stepped up to her, 
etc." 

A domestic scene. 

Trout, etc. 

"Delightful task! to rear the 
tender thought, etc." 

6, Belmont Villas, Tivickenham. 

Popularity. 

A domestic scene. 



1866. 


560 


1867. 
1868. 


3'7 
20 


1870. 


iS 


1872. 


276 




494 


i«73- 


321 

867 


1874. 
1875- 


836 
384 


1876. 


708 
763 


1877. 


959 


1878. 
18S1. 


835 

729 


1885. 


1368 


1890. 


575 


1900. 


1605 


1901. 


1458 
1463 
1464 



The arbour. 

The Trio. 

Scene from "Peveril of the 

Peak," chap. ii. 
Hush! 

The intruder. 
The footstep on the stair. 
The old chest. 
Near Hambledon, Surrey. 
A shower. 
The secret passage. — Vide 

'' Feveril of the Peak." 
Betty. 
Dame Margery. " But there 's 

a sly cupboard, etc." 
The broken jar. 
7, Manor Jioad, 

Upper Tuiickenliam. 
Fashionable arrivals. 
The young squire. 

7, Nassau Road, Twickenham. 
Trout. 

7, Manor Road, Tivickenham. 
A relic of 1745. 
A Rainy day. 
Rivals. 
Music. 
The bridge. 



COOPER, Alick Painter. 

103, Goiver Street. 

1874. — (In the inde.x, but not in the 

catalogue.) 

1875. 657 Waiting. 

1876. 654 Day-dream. 

1877. 873 The art student. 

1878. 824 On the cliff. 

1885. 1448 Little Bo-peep, she lost her 
sheep. 

COOPER, B Architect. 

4, Earl St., Chatham Square. 

1795. ^9^ Design for a town hall and 

market house. 

1796. 787 View of the Malt distillery on 

Mill-bank. 

1797. 1069 Temple Bar. 

COOPER, Miss B. 

Miniature Painter. 

cjo C. Jordan, Esq., 

Infier Circle, Regenfs Park. 
1902. 1200 Phoebe, daughter of Alfred 
Burleigh, Esq. 

COOPER, Byron Painter. 

I, Oakley, Mayfield Road, 

Manchester. 
1 88 1. 17 The last chapter. 



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145 



1885. 


327 


1886. 


25' 


1887. 


43+ 




5'9 


1888. 


10S2 




1142 




iH*' 



1889. 



1890. 



I89I. 

1893. 



95 
353 

1304 

13S6 

1472 

120 

281 

1324 

597 
319 



54, Denmark Road, 

Mattcliester. 

Moonrise. 
54, Oxford Road, Manchester. 

A Surrey landscape. " Where 
the vast prospect, etc." 

Hall Road, Bowden, 

near Manchester. 

The Foreland, North Devon. 

" The time of sweet serenity 
when colour glows, etc." 

Fauns, Cambridge Road, 

Manchester. 

A spring morning — Heysham. 

The Surrey Weald. 

The rising moon. " In the full 
glory of the sunset's glow, 
etc." 

Deva Villa, Boivdon. 

An autumn afternoon — Surrey. 

All among the barley — North 
Devon. 

A Devonshire Coombe, Ex- 
moor. 

"When the lengthening sha- 
dows fall." 

" Queen of the night, arise ! 
unveil! etc." 

" Where the golden gorse doth 
bloom." 

" Where the long drooping 
boughs between, etc." 

" Softly the evening mists 
arise." 

A Surrey Common. 

Oxford Road, Bowdon. 

" Long fields of barley and of 
rye, etc." 

Agden View, 



Dunham Massey, 

Cheshire. 
1897. 466 Early summer time in the Vale 
of Porlock. 
538 A Cornish cavern. 

19, Hale Road, Bowdon. 
1901. 329 "Queen of the night, unveil, 
etc." 
885 " Far from the busy haunts of 
men, etc." 
61, Royal Exchange, 

Manchester. 

1903. 121 Godrevy light, Cornwall. 

" Across the moonlit waters 
flashes, etc." 
The Birches, 

Vicarage Lane, 

Bowdon. 

1904. 932 The rising moon. "The moon 

cometh and looketh down 
alone." 



COOPER, Mrs. C. B. (formerly Miss 
Emma Wren) . . Miniature Painter. 
12, Colvitle Gardens, 

Bayswater. 
1 88 1. 780 Up to mischief. 
1S85. 1301 Fine feathers. 

1521; Dorothy Frances Cooper. 

1886. 1376 Christopher, fourth son of 

Walter \Vren, Esq. 

1887. 1412 Master Jack Vigne. 

1889. 1579 Theodora, daughter of E. Percy 
Barlow, Esq. 

1892. 1 1 38 Blue tit. 

1893. 1237 Portrait of a lady. 

COOPER, Miss Catherine C. 

Miniature Painter. 

The Vicarage, 

Robin Hood's Bay. 
1903. 1286 Irene, daughter of Lady Elph- 
instone. 

COOPER, C. J. Harold ... Architect. 

8, Bloomsbury Square. 

1898. 1707 Exterior of Palace Gate House, 

Kensington. 

1899. 1764 16, Stratton Street. 

I, Lincoln's Lnn Fields. 

1 90 1. 1 591 A house near Piccadilly. 

1596 do. do. 

1597 do. do. 

1902. 141; Mantlepiece do. 

1903. 1626 Farm cottages, etc., Shenley. 
1676 Cowhouse, etc. do. 

COOPER, E Painter. 

28, Gerrard Street, Soho. 
1803. 267 Portrait of a grey Arabian 
mare, the property of the 
Duke of York. 
1831. 1019 Horses frightened. 

COOPER, Miss Edith A Painter. 

140, Portsdoivn Road, IF. 
1887. 103 Baldwins. 
1S89. I J. T. Clay, Esq. 

COOPER, Miss Emma Painter. 

Lyons Dower, Netv Barnet. 
i9>-n. 665 " On the tree top." 

COOPER, Miss Florence M. 

Miniature Painter. 

12, Fitsroy Street. 

1889. 776 Dawn "and the spirit shall 

return to God who gave it." 

39, JVarivick Road, 

Maida Hill. 
1901. 1403 The Marchioness of Granby. 

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146 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



COOPER. Frank B Architect. 

Sitntiysidf, 

De Montfort Square, 

Leicester. 

1894. 1711 Proposed business premises. 

9, Russell Street, 

Bolton le Moors. 

1895. 1+09 Sketch for a town house. 

COOPER, Frederick Charles. 

Painter. 

37, Dorset Street. 

1844. 64 Ophelia. "Therewith fantastic 
garlands did sliu make." 

73, Milton Street. 

1852. 1197 Scene from the excavations of 
Nineveh, taken from a sketch 
made on the spot, while en- 
gaged with A. H. Layard, 
Esq. 

29, Dorchester Place. 

i860. 201 The plains of Nineveh from 
the Tanner's Ferry near Mo- 
sul, from the sketches taken 
by the artist on the spot. 
The distant mound, on the 
right of the picture, is the 
mound of Kouyunjick, found 
to be so rich in Assyrian 
sculptures; that on the left 
is Nebbi Unas, surmounted 
by the tomb of Jonah, a 
spot held too sacred to allow 
of the operations of infidel 
excavators. Between the 
mounds are still traceable 
the remains of ancient walls. 

1868. 66+ The souvenir. 

COOPER, George Architect. 

At Mr. Wilson's, 

10, Cratihourne Street. 
1792. 688 Design for a nobleman's villa. 
1794. 620 do. church. 

2, Pitt Street, 

Tottenliam Court Road. 
1796. 770 Design for a church. 

2, Charing Cross. 
1 799- 943 Design for a church. 

18, Gerrard Street. 
1801. 884 A Gothic bridge. 
1805. 603 Monmouth Priory, Monmouth. 

3, Wimpole Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1807. 779 The south entrance to Malmes- 
bury Abbey church, Wilt- 
shire. 
967 Design for chimney-pieces. 

52, Mortimer Street. 
1820. 745 The Goldsmith's arch, Rome. 



1820. 753 The Roman Forum. 
871 The Cascade, Tivoli. 
875 View of Auxon, France. 

38, Great Portland Street. 

1821. 57S Malmesbury Cross, \Viltshire. 

1822. 250 View at Dole, south of France. 

1823. 102 Munnow Bridge, Monmouth. 

1 01, Quadrant, Regent Street. 

1824. 956 View of Gavy, near Genoa. 

8, Woodstock Street. 

1829. 827 View near the Temple of Con- 

cord, Rome. 

Woodstock Street. 

1830. 954 Portrait of a little boy. 

279, Regent Street. 
1103 Landscape. 

COOPER, George Painter. 

I, Osborne Villas, Put}tey. 
1879. 146 Moonlight — coast. 
1883. 227 Sunset — Milford Haven. 

Charinouth, Dorset. 
1 90 1. 765^ Leigh marshes — sunset. 

COOPER, George Warren. 

Architect. 
7, John Street, Bedford R070. 
1886. 1549 Design for a house in Becken- 
ham Park. 
Bedford Row House, 

Bedford Row. 
1894. 1529 Residential house, Hove. 

COOPER, Henry M Painter. 

9, Paddi?igton Green. 
1842. 215 Lady Rachel Russell entreating 

her husband to petition the 

King for pardon. 
1844. 1005 The murder of Prince Arthur 

by Peter de Mauley, in the 

presence of King John. 

Vide Darn, "Hist, de la 

Bretagne." 

COOPER, Herbert F. T. Architect. 

62, J 'assail Road, 

North Brixton. 

1894. 171 5 A small town house. 

1895. 1454 New church for the second 

Congregation, Belfast, etc. 

1896. 1759 A studio house. 

10, Flanders Road, 

Bedford Park. 
1899. 1S15 House on a country roadside. 
Stonycroft, Warren Road, 

Bexley Heath. 
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COOPER, Mrs. H. F. T. (Margaret). 

Architect. 

lo, Flanders Road, 

Bedford Park. 
1899. 184^ Proposed house, near DolgcUy, 
North Wales. 

COOPER, J Architect. 

8, Phillips Buildings, 

Soniers Toicn. 
1S13. 2:S Dogs fighting. 
18 1 5. S27 Design for a public building. 

13, Castle St., Berne rs Sf. 
1S17. 897 Design for a church. 

1818. 930 do. Fish and Corn Market, 

etc. 
960 Design for a mansion. 

1819. 1075 do. church in St. Pancras. 

1820. 905 do. for a chapel. 

920 do. church in St. Luke's, 
Chelsea. 

1821. 1014 Design for a bath. 
1074 do. church. 

1827. 961 View of a street. 

1023 do. the cloisters of West- 
minster Abbey. 

COOPER, Miss Louisa. 

Miniature Painter. 

Hartwells, near Maidenhead. 

1879. 1299 H.R.H. the late Princess Alice. 

COOPER, Miss Lydia Painter. 

57, Sterndale Road, Kensinglon. 
1891. 1373 A portrait sketch. 

COOPER, Mrs Sculptor. 

19, Neii.' Mill man Street. 

1863. 1090 Andromeda. 

1864. 943 A syren. 

COOPER, Mrs. Mary Cuthbert. 

Sculptor. 

17, Springfield Villas, Kilburn. 

1880. 1601 Mrs. Edwin Cox; bust, terra- 

cotta. 
1618 La Surprise; statuette, marble. 
1656 Poor Jo! "I'm a movin' on, 

sir " ; statuette, terra-cotta. 
Belgrave Rd., St. John's Wood. , 

1883. 1566 Mrs. Vavasour Sandford ; bust, | 

terra-cotta. 
1638 Cuthbert Cooper, Esq.; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

1884. 1675 Mrs. Gregg Carr; bust, terra- 

cotta. 

1764 Arthur L. Vernon, Esq.; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

1782 Somebody's darhng ; terra- 
cotta. 



COOPER, Richard ... Draughtsman, 
Great Russell Street, facing 
Charlotte Street, Bloomsbury. 
1778. 56 A drawing of the inside of the 
Coliseo at Rome. 

57 A drawing of Ponte Salaro, near 

Rome. 

58 A drawing from Titian in the 

Borghese collection. 

59 A drawing from Correggio in 

the Duke of Alba's collection 
at Madrid. 

60 A drawing from Julio Cesare 

Procaccini in the collection 
of the Marquis of Villa 
Franca at Madrid. 

61 A drawing from Albano at 

Naples. 

62 A drawing from Parmigiano at 

Rome. 



COOPER, Richard Painter. 

Charles Street, 

St. James's Square. 
i^Sy. 506 Design for a landscape inven- 
tion. 
527 The Temple of Elephanta, 
hewn out of a solid rock, in 
the East Indies. ( Vide 
Guthrie's Grammar.) 

1788. 4S0 Windsor Castle and town from 

the south. 
508 Windsor Castle and terrace 
from Eton playing fields. 

1789. 521 Viewof Richmond Hill looking 

down the Thames. 

1790. 489 View of Richmond Bridge. 
599 Landscape. 

1791. 621 do. 

1792. 618 A landscape: composition. 
1793- 497 A landskip: composition for 

Her Majesty's collection. 

1794. 409 A drawing for Her Majesty's 

collection. 

1795. 413 Landscape: a drawing. 

1796. 4S2 A landscape. 

1799. 646 do. composition. 

1800. 439 Ruins of Vespasian's Amphi- 

theatre, Rome. 

1 80 1. 442 A landscape. 

1802. 622 Solitude; from Parnell's Her- 

mit. 

1803. 363 A landscape: children bathing. 
555 do. travellers reposing. 

1804. 473 View of the Thames; taken 

from Richmond Hill, with a 
part of the late Sir J. Rey- 
nolds's house in the fore- 
ground. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cooper, Richard— continuetf. 

1S05. 581 Contemplation: a scene m the 
cemetery of a nunnery. 

103, Mount Street. 

1807. 472 Landscaiie and figures. 

1808. 458 do. with banditti. 

95, Mount Street. 

1809. 511 A Landscape: Invention. 

COOPER, R Miniature Painter. 

30, Russell Court. 
I 793. 350 Portrait of a gentleman. 

359 do. young gentleman. 

395 A frame with two portraits. 
1 794. +47 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

1796. 577 do. gentleman. 

Pitt Street, Blackfriars Road. 

1797. 858 Portrait of a gentleman. 

955 Two portraits of gentlemen. 

1798. 809 An old man's head. 

1799. 757 Portrait of a gentleman. 

COOPER, Robert Painter. 

53, Weston Road, Brighton. 
1850. 117 Study from nature. 

Slinfold, Susse.x. 
1868. 692 Twilight after rain. 

.SV. James House, Winkficld. 

1870. 531 Showery weather. 

24, Cornfield Terrace, 

Eastbourne. 
187 I. 690 Sound of Mull. 

COOPER, T Architect. 

13, Warren Street, 

Filzroy Square. 

18 1 8. 963 A chapel now building for E. 

Orme, Esq., at Kensington 
Gravel Pits. 

181 9. 1133 View of the interior of the 

Royalty Theatre. 

COOPER, T Miniature Painter. 

184, Fleet Street. 
1845. S98 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

COOPER, T. E Architect. 

1 1, Gray's Inn Square. 
1904. i66j Proposed premises off Chan- 
cery Lane. 

COOPER, Thomas George. ..Painter. 

42, Chepsioiv Villas. 

1868. 4S5 The return of the drove. 

1869. 43' Harvest time in Berkshire. 

1 87 1. 584 Gipsies practising fortune-tell- 

ing in an encampment near 
Goodwood. 



I87I. 
1872. 


1171 

6 


i873. 


422 

54S 

1 06 1 

105 




934 


1875- 
1876. 


18 
564 
880 


1877. 


400 


1878. 


1018 
269 


1880. 

1881. 
1884. 


1007 
458 

993 
So 

54 



708 



,387 



On the coast of East Kent. 
In the Valley of the Rocks, 

North Devon. 
Sheltered from the East. 
" Trespassers, beware ! " 
The orphans. 
" In (juiet beauty basks the old 

churchyard, etc." 
The western sun withdraws the 

shortened day. 
The old rampart at Sundown. 
Near King's house, Glencoe. 
Glencoe. " Nature, far above 

the evil passions of men, 

etc." 
Overlooking Pegwell Bay. 

" High climbs the sun, etc." 
Dying. 
Spring. " There 's a charm in 

spring, etc." 
Motherless. 
A halt on the moor. 
"Hark to Rattler!" 
VVaiting for the ferry. 
Privileged Visitors. 
The wrong road. "Where three 

roads meet there strays the 

errant flock." 
Thomas Sidney Cooper, R.A.; 

etching. 
Becalmed. 
Trust. 

Prince, an African lion. 
In ambush. 
"Duke." 

In the Isle of Thanet. 
Children of the mist. 
The Golden Age. 
Prince. 



COOPER, Thomas Sidney, R.A. 

Painter. 

13, Portland Terrace, 

St. Johii's Wood. 
319 Landscape and cattle. 
239 Milking-time; study of a farm- 
yard near Canterbury. 
Stock. 

A summer noon. "Around 
the adjoining brook that 
purls along the vocal grove, 
a various group the flocks 
and herds compose." {Vide 
Summer, Thomson's Sea- 
sons.) 

27, Portland Terrace. 
127 Groupe of Scotch mutton. 
375 Morning — a farmyard near 
Canterbury. 



hh^. 


410 




920 


888. 


337 


889. 


622 


890. 


94 


S92. 


717 


89,1- 


600 


89.S- 


809 


896. 


1209 



1833- 
1834. 

1835- 
1836. 



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400 



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149 



1838. 385 A halt on the Fells, Cumber- 

land. " On the sides of these 
dreary mountains, and over 
difficult and cheerless tracts, 
the border drovers drive 
their flocks and herds over 
their insulated surface, leav- 
ing the more regular turn- 
pike roads to avoid the tolls; 
and when the hour of rest 
arrives they seek the daily 
necessaries, water and fodder. 
The sheep, cows, bulls and 
bullocks, brindled brown, 
black, and sheep of many 
hues commence cropping 
the scanty herbage among 
furze and heather, or resting 
in groups, ruminating." 
"The peasants arrive with 
pails and yokes, bargain for 
the milk of the cows and 
ewes, forming such Anglo- 
Berghem parties rarely to be 
seen in any other county in 
England." 

1839. 579 Scene on a farm. East Kent. 

16, IVetlingtoH Terrace, 

St. John's JVond. 

1840. 472 Turning the drove. 

33 (Octagon Room.) In the 
meadows of Fordwich, banks 
of the Stour, near Canter- 
bury. 

1841. 314 Peasant girls herding cattle. 
486 Amongst the mountains in 

Cumberland. 
996 Dart, the property of the Earl 
of Liverpool, K.G. 

1842. 115 Inquiring for the ferry: even- 

ing on the banks of the 
Thames. 
328 An intercepted raid. — Ettrick 
Shepherd. 

1843. 518 Watering cattle — evening. 
602 Cattle at pasture. 

1844. 343 Repose. 

563 The new ballad. 

1845. 364 A group in the meadows. 
528 Going to pasture. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1846. 73 A Mountain Group. 
255 A summer evening. 
456 Cattle reposing. 

Doiiro Villa, JVellhigton Road. 

1847. 73 Among the Cumberland 

mountains — mist clearing 
off. 
401 Drovers halting, on their way 
over the mountains. 



1848. 9 

423 
5°3 



55' 



1649. 


37 
277 




455 


1850. 


524 
^3 




239 
27S 
298 




4.6 

454 


I85I. 


49 

375 




500 
610 


1852. 


650 

676 

80 



185^ 



302 



343 
412 



591 



292 



309 
424 



490 

513 

1854. 54 



Sunset. 

A summer morning. Painted 

7vith F. R. Lee, R.A. 
A goat herd on Moel Shiabod, 

North Wales. 
View above the slate quarries, 

on the river Ogweir, North 

Wales. Painted -with F. R. 

Lee, R.A. 
In the White Hall meadows, 

Canterbury. 
Clearing off at sunset. 
Cattle returning from the 

meadows. Painted 7vith 

F. R. Lee, R.A. 
Autumn. 
Mountain scenery — North 

Wales. Painted zvith F. R. 

Lee, R.A. 
The rising mist. 
Cattle crossing a ford — summer 

morning. Painted with F. R. 

Lee, R.A. 
Summer showers. 
A mountain group — evening. 
The watering place. Painted 

with F. R. Lee, R.A. 
Fordwick meadows — sunset. 
A group on the Welsh 

mountains. 
A mountaineer's flock. 
Morning in the meadows. 

Painted with F. R. Lee, R.A. 
The evening drink. 
Summer evening. Painted with 

F. R. Lee, R.A. 
Repose in the meadows. 
Spring time. 
Evening in the meadows. 

Painted tenth F. R. Lee, R.A. 
Fordwick on the Stour — sun- 
set. 
Mountain scenery, with cattle. 

Painted with F. R. Lee, R.A. 
A grazier's place in the marshes. 
An Interior, Boughton Hill, 

East Kent. 
An exterior, Boughton Hill, 

East Kent. 
2, Dorset Square, 

Regent's Park. 
A sunny evening. 
A group of stock — morning 

effect. 
A summer's sunny afternoon. 
Cattle and landscape. Painted 

with F. R. Lee, R.A. 
Canterbury from Tonford. 
Ewe milking. 
Groups in the marshes. 



'50 

Cooper, 
tinuid. 
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Thomas Sidney, R.A.—con- 



1855- 



1856. 



1857- 



1858. 



1859. 



i860. 



1861. 



1862. 



1863. 
1864. 



J54 



36- 
556 



75 
'72 
310 

422 



M4 

357 



Morning effect— Harbledown 

Park, East Kent. 
The chequered shade. Painted 

with F. R. Lee, R.A. 
Common fare. 
590 Evening in the meadows. 
Painted with F. R. Lee, R.A. 
Cooling the hoof. 
A group in an interior. 
Autumn sliowcrs. 
Cattle on the banks of a river. 
Painted with F. R. Lee, R.A. 
525 A way over the fells. 
565 Haymaking season. "On sum- 
mer's day fragrant hay so 
sweetly scents the breeze." 
After sunset. 

A sheep " lew "—East Kent. 
+39 Clearing up — evening effect. 
507 Before sunset. 
563 Landscape and cattle. Painted 

ic'ith F. R. Lee, R.A. 
104 Upon the mountain. 
153 Heat showers in August. 
269 Half hour at noon. 
513 "When in crimson cloud of 
even the lingering light de- 
cays." — Beat tie. 
182 The young mother. 
430 An October evening. " When 
the wind drops Then the 
mill stops." 
545 Home. "Hail! native spot, 
my home — my birthplace, 
hail!" 
304 Effect at sunset. 
356 A sunny afternoon in autumn. 
576 A dairy farm on the marshes, 

East Kent. 
227 Crossing Newbiggen Muir in a 
snowdrift — East Cumber- 
land. 
In the month of March. 
In Harbledowne Park, East 
Kent. The property of Miss 
Webb. 
Afternoon in the meadows. 

East Kent. 
Drovers collecting their flocks, 
under the Fells, East Cum- 
berland. 
211 Up on the mountains in Cum- 
berland. 
464 A sunny afternoon in winter. 
255 Cooling the hoof 
2u Sunshine and shadow. 
47'2 April showers. 
521 "March, 1864." 



320 
330 



4+1 



1865. 

1866. 
1867. 

1868. 



1869. 



1870. 



1871. 



1872. 



1873- 



1874. 



29 



259 



163 "North." 
478 "South." 

496 On the Kentish coast by Folke- 
stone. 
205 At curfew time. 
398 The shepherd's sabbath. 
410 " Waiting for hire." 
676 Snowed up. 

42, Chepstow Villas. 
Descending from the Rock 
Grazing — East Cumberland. 
In the meadows — East Kent. 
(Elected R.A.) 
Vernon Holme, Harbledown, 

near Canterbury. 
179 Sheep shearing. "Fear not, ye 
gentle tribes, 'tis not the 
knife, etc." 
308 An evening party. 
330 A Highland mother. 
420 Returning to the farm. 
87S Milking time in the meadows. 

Diploma 70ork. 
47 Interior of a cattle shed. 
64 A passing shower. 
142 In the valley of the Stour, 

East Kent. 
320 Down in the Marsh. 
619 Sundown. 

627 The fleecy charge. 

628 The evening drink. 

42, Chepstow Villas. 
9 Amongst the Fells, East Cum- 
berland. 
173 A way o'er the heath. 
493 By a sedgy brook. 
711 January in 1871. 
771 Evening in the meadows. 
1041 On a dairy farm. 
178 "Children of the mist." 
290 A bridge on a common. 
603 Looking up Ben Dorun, Glen- 

orchy. 
637 In the Minster marshes, Isle 

of Thanet. 
958 A brook in the meadows. 
235 The end of November, 1872. 
500 The beginning of November, 

1872. 
506 An approaching shower. 
6S0 The monarch of the meadows. 
On the Stour below Fordwich, 

East Kent. 
Winter. 

A sunny summer evening in 
the meadows. 

Be it ever so humble, there 's 
no place like home." 
474 Fording a brook in the marshes. 
713 Separated, but not divorced. 



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768 
209 

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151 



Vernon Holme, Harbledoivn. 

1875. 246 Reposing on God's acre. 

42+ Ben Lomond from the road to 
Aberfoyle. 

560 Amongst the sedges at Sun- 
down. 

42, Chefsto'iV Villas. 

1876. 228 The herdsman's charge. 
330 Maternal affection. 

515 Orphans. 

953 On a dairy farm. 

1877. 244 A cool retreat. 

2i;8 An evening repose. 
284 A passing shower. 
361 "My boy." 
365 From a sketch in Skye. 
550 An anxious moment. 

1878. S5 "Oh, dear! what can the mat- 

ter be ? etc." 

112 Up on the CuchuUin hills, Isle 
of Skye. 

152 A sedgy brook in the meadows. 

280 A summer's sunny evening. 

335 Modern occupants of an an- 
cient tenement. 

691 Sheep. 

700 Cows. 

1879. 257 A warm sunny evening. 
344 Midday repose. 

373 Shadow and sunshine. 
717 A group in the meadows. 
1377 The challenge. 
1379 The victor's shout. 
1384 Receiving the challenge. 
1S80. 303 Isaac's substitute. "And Abra- 
ham lifted up his eyes, and 
looked and beheld behind 
him a ram caught by his 
horns." 
Clearing wood for the iron way. 
Neglected or forgotten. 
On Deal Common, East Kent 

coast. 
A summer's evening in the 
marshes. 

Vernon Holme, Harbledoivn. 
91 In the spring time of the year. 
107 A frosty evening. 
2 1 1 The scapegoat. "And the goat 

shall bear upon him, etc." 
471 "Under the shelter of the 
shapeless drift," January 18, 
1881. 
522 Driving a bargain. 
loS " 



4S0 

556 
1047 



1050 



116 



205 



In the spring time of the 
north-east coast of 



year. 
On the 

Kent. 
A summer afternoon. 



802 Cooper's shorthorns. 



1882. 
1883. 



1884. 



1885. 



1886. 



1887. 



1888. 



i8go. 



1891. 



824 A sunny evening. 

306 A brook in the meadows. 

441 A rustic foot-bath. 

731 En route for Falkirk's Tryst. 

810 On a farm in East Kent. 

8 54 The old Ciachan of Aberfoil 

in the Roi) Roy country. 
161 Pushing off for Tilbury Fort on 

the Thames. 
234 " For southern markets." 
474 The lifting mist. 
506 The evening drink. 
84 On the north-east coast of 

Kent, 
loi The halt of the drove — Loch 

Etive. 
159 The fallen oak stops the way. 
804 In the Stour Marshes, East 
Kent. 
On the border of a sedgy 

brook. 
In October, 1884. 
Twins. 

A summer evening. 
223 Saint Augustine's, Canterbury, 
in 1833. "To what base 
uses may we return, Horatio, 
etc." 
A pensioner. 
A summer noon. 
Early from old Smithfield Mar- 
ket, 1832. 
203 A drover's sweepstake: among 
the Fells, East Cumberland. 

562 Evening in the meadows. 

645 A relic of the Lord Marches, 

Shropshire. 
40 On the Thanet cliffs in time of 

peace. 
246 Fording above the fall. 
4S0 To market in a snowdrift. 
On an East Kent farm. 
In the meadows at noon. 
A warm October. 
On a farm in East Kent. 
Autumn leaves. 
290 A morning in October. 

563 A summer noon. 
869 A summer evening. 

1004 Casualties in the hunting field. 

275 The fleecy charge. 

337 A brook in the marshes. 

555 On the Cornish coast, Pen- 
zance. 
1 1 36 At Land's End, Cornwall. 

238 On a farm at noon. 

301 In the meadows at curfew 
hour. 

640 An approaching shower. 

646 Among the Sandwich Flats. 



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1267 

131 



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1031 

no 



567 
17S 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cooper, 

tiniidd. 
1S93. 



Thomas Sidney, R.A.—con- 



1894. 

1895. 
1896. 

1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



186 



meadows, 



the 



»57 

963 

9 

71 

204 



1902. 



In the Fordwich 
East Kent. 
2;j The noonday drink. 
571 The flock masters hope, 
spring time of the year. 
" Be it ever so humble, there 's 

no ])lace Hke home." 
On a farm in Kent. 
"At even, when the sun is low." 
"The high hills are a refuge 

for the wild goats." 
The noonday rest. 
517 Through the glen in a snow- 
drift. 
39 Bray on the Thames. 
52 A summer afternoon. 
209 Repose. 

492 The morning's inspection. 
171 Mist clearing off, among the 

mountains in Skye. 
4+0 On a farm in Kent. 
633 Rain coming on. 
680 Early Winter. 
4. A summer afternoon. "The 
fragrant hay so sweetly scents 
the breeze." 
127 Tranquillity. " Every leaf was 

at rest, etc." 
197 O'er the brae of Balquhodder. 
i;65 Return to the farm: milking 

time. 
+1 A morning in Autumn. 
257 A halt in the glen. 
602 A passing cloud. 
885 On a sunny afternoon. 
5+ On a summer evening. 
208 On the Kentish cliffs. 
333 The new calf. 
374 A relic of other days. 
620 Spring. " In the spring time of 
the year." 
Summer. " A various group 
the herds and flocks com- 
pose ; rural confusion ! etc." 
Autumn. " The sear, the yel- 
low leaf-time of the year." 
632 \Vinter, through the Fells, Cum- 
berland: thedrove in a snow- 
drift. 
20+ Evening shadows. 
264 Rough weather working up. 
503 A sunny summer evening in 

the meadows. 
550 Among the cliffs of East Kent. 

(C. V. O.) (the late.) 
435 Harbledown, near Canterbury: 
trees, 1848; cattle and land- 
scape, 1 90 1. 



626 



631 



1902. 436 A famihar group. 

437 Bathed in the evening glow. 
440 Under the shady willow trees. 

COOPER, W. 

1 7 99. 1 1 1 8 {Enkred to Cooper in the index ; 
but put to W. Capon in tlie 
catalogue.) 

COOPER, W Painter. 

Crouch End, Hornscy. 

1846. 64 Mrs. Fuller. 

1847. 116 Rev. E. Scobell, M.A., Incum- 

bent of St. Peter's, Vere 
Street, Lecturer of St. Mary- 
lebone and Vicar of Tur- 
ville, Bucks. 

1848. 80 Portrait of a lady. 

362 The Rev. J. Jackson, Rector 
of St. James', Westminster, 
Chaplain in Ordinary to the 
Queen. 

449 Rev. M. Barnard, Rector of 
Little Bardfield, Essex. 

1849. 4 Thomas Hankey, Esq. 

340 Rev. R. Burgess, Rector of 
Upper Chelsea. 

1850. 114 Rev. Sanford G. Scobell, Vicar 

of Market Rasen, Lincoln- 
shire. 

184 The Hon. and Rev. Baptist 
Noel. 

229 Rev. J. Sortain, of North 
Street Chapel, Brighton. 

1851. 330 Mrs. Scoresby. 

331 The Rev. W. Scoresby, D.D., 
F.R.S., Member of the In- 
stitute of France, etc. 

527 Duncan Darrock, Esq., of Gau- 
rack. 

646 Hagar and Ishmael in the 
wilderness. 

1852. 1303 "And there was Mary Magda- 

lene and the other Mary, sit- 
ting over against the sepul- 
chre." 

Mrs. Shepherd. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Study — a head. 

Jesus at the well of Samaria. 

Rev. J. C. Kempe, Rector of 
St. James's, Westminster. 

Judith. 

Miss Chint. 

G. A. Way, Esq. 

The fair student. 
603 Rev. R. Harvey, Rector of 
Hornsey, chaplain in ordi- 
nary to the Queen. 





I3I6 


1854. 


430 




454 


1855- 


497 
293 




621 


1856. 


1351 

494 
496 



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'53 



1 85 7. S4 J. Bunton, Esq. 

96 Mrs. E. \Vay, of Borehani, 
Essex. 

1858. 45 A study. 

1859. 67 do. 

loS Miss Seabrook. 

COOPER, W. F. White ... Architect. 

19, Berkeley Square. 
1 886. 1677 Magela Church, Central Africa. 

COOPER, W, J Etcher. 

41, Charing Cross. 

1877. 1148 Links with the past — oldhouses, 

Gray's Inn Lane; etching. 

357, Kennington Road. 

1879. 1255 Near Duke's shore, Limehouse. 

COOPER, William R Painter. 

44, York Rise, Highgate Road. 
1903. 939 Old Welsh cottages. 

COOPER, W. Savage Painter. 

17, Bartholomeiv Villas, 

Kentish Town. 

18S5. 1 1 16 "The Princess Eliza had a 

picture book which had cost 

as much as half a kingdom." 

— Hans Andersen. 

1886. 629 The lark. 

1887. 92 Peonies. 

424 The spirit of May. 
706 The bride of spring. 

1888. 759 The promise of the year. 
827 Christmas roses. 

1889. 133 St. Elizabeth. \ 

134 The Holy family. \ 

135 St. Joseph. j 
469 To Flora. 

3, Clarence Road, 

Kentish Tozvn. 
1891. 546 Called home. " Having passed 
thro' the valley of shadow, 
etc." 

568 Weary. 

569 " Come unto Me, all ye that 

labour and are heavy laden." 

570 Heavy laden. 

1895. 490 The rose Queen. 

599 Despised. 

600 " He was rejected of men." 

601 Rejected. 

1896. 91 Phantasy. 

1897. 289 Pomona. 

57, Havers tock Hill. 

1898. 337 " Now as he stood looking and 

weeping, etc." — Filgrim's 
Progress. 
1 90 1. 235 London from Parliament Hill. 
II. 



1903. 581 "Hands lily-white, lips crimson 
red, and cheeks of rosy 
hue." 
787 Childhood's sunny days. 

COOPER, W. Sidney Painter. 

22, Mortimer Street. 
18S1. 231 Springtime — Isle of Wight. 

1882. 613 A Berkshire farm. 

1883. 1445 A Devonshire valley. 
1S84. 555 Coombe Park, Oxfordshire. 

907 Twilight on the Thames. 

1885. 848 Pangbourne Wharf. 
895 A field of Thistles. 

1272 Sheep and lambs — Burnham. 
Pangbourne, Berks. 

1886. 462 A Sussex village. 
1889. 471 The Avon at Ringwood. 

18, William St., Heme Bay. 
1891. 532 Evening in September. 
1059 November. 

COOPER and DAVIS... Architects. 

10, Gray's Inn Square. 
1903. 1543 Two houses at Bognor. 
1567 House at Scarborough. 
1623 Pontypridd Town Hall. 

COOTE, Miss Sarah. 

Miniature Painter. 
Compton Street, St. John St., 
Clerkenwell. 

1781. 271 Portrait of a young lady. 
278 do. little boy. 
319 do. gentleman. 

27, St. John's Square, 

Clerkenwell. 

1782. 328 Frame with portraits. 

1783. 279 do. miniatures. 

6, Great St. Thomas Apostle 
Street. 

1784. 318 A frame with three miniatures. 

COPE, Arthur Stockdale, A.R.A. 

Painter. 

19, Hyde Park Gate South. 
1S76. 137 The Solent — evening. 

1877. 756 The mill-stream. 
757 The mill-pool. 

1878. 449 Portrait of a sculptor. 
1308 The Rev. C. H. Cope. 

1879. 451 Rev. R. R. Chope, vicar of St. 

Augustine's, Queen's Gate. 
2, Stratford Avenue. 

1880. 324 R. Redgrave, Esq., R.A. 
486 Henry Barrett, Esq. 

1 88 1. 1S3 Mrs. Wilberforce Bryant. 

345 H. J. Trotter, Esq., etc. Pre- 

sentation portrait. 
141 8 R. Walters, Esq. 



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1882. 79 

45' 



1883. 



'55' 

161 
549 

747 



Cope, Arthur Stockdale, A.R.A.—con- 

William Pengelly, Esq., F.R.S., 

F.G.S. 
Miss Hawtayne. 
Mrs. T. F. Halsey. 
460 James Bryce, Esq., M.P., 
D.CL. Presentation por- 
trait. 

1 2, Douro Place. 
130 Harry G. Rogers, Esq., Hon. 
Sec. United Law Clerks' 
Society. Presentation por- 
trait. 
1489 Mrs. Henry Beyfus. 
583 William Clarence Watson, Esq. 
830 Mrs. Alfred Lucas. 

William Burchell, Esq. For 
the Mutual Life Assurance 
Company. 
Captain T. Astley-Moberly. 
Rt. Hon. Charles Pelham Vil- 

liers, M.P. 
Mrs. Alexander Duncan. 
1153 Twin children of Alfred Pal- 
mer, Esq. 
113 C.N. P. Phipps, Esq. 
312 Mrs. Pfeiffer. 
459 Rev. Canon Abney. 
1 109 The Duchess of Buckingham 

and Chandos. 
444 Primrose day. 
518 Harry Rouse, Esq. 
599 George William Grosvenor, 
Esq. Presentation portrait. 
" A woman's face. . . . Hast 
thou ... a woman's gen- 
tle heart?" 
W. M. Tufnell, Esq. 
A day in the woods j portraits 
of seven sisters. 
1125 George Palmer, Esq. 
7-2 The Rt. Hon. the Marquess of 

Hartington, M.P. 
1098 Playmates. 
1165 C. E. J. Esdaile, Esq., M.F.H. 

3 Mrs. Robert Walpole. 
181 Mrs. James Fison. 
260 Edward A. Sanders, Esq. 

Presentation portrait. 
729 Lieut.-Col. Ruggles Brise, C.B. 

Presentation portrait. 
1 09 1 Thomas Brooks, Esq., of 

Whatton. 
134 Mrs. Joseph Prior, Jun. 
209 George Pyman, Esq. 
1014 The Ven. Archdeacon Balston, 

D.D. 
1087 Admiral of the Fleet Sir Alex. 
Milne, G.C.B. 



1884. 



18S.S. 



i886. 



1887. 



1888. 



1889. 



1890. 



845 



33S 

5'9 



1891. 



1891. 
1892. 



1893. 



1894. 



1895. 



1896 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



1 132 John Brinton, Esq. 
278 Mrs. Cyril Grant. 

610 A forgotten highway. 
982 John Pettie, Esq., R.A. 
996 Muriel; a portrait. 

167 The Rt. Hon. H. H. Fowler, 
]\LP. Presentation portrait. 

329 J. Howard Gwyther, Esii. 

498 William Mewburn, Esq., J. P. 

686 Miss Hawtayne. 
3 General Lord Roberts, V.C., 
G.C.B., etc. 

339 Rt. Hon. A. J. Mundella, M.P., 
F.R.S. Presentation portrait. 

866 Sir Walter O. Corbett, Bart. 

S72 Robert CoUier Driver, Esq. 
Presentation portrait. 

292 Lord Chesham. Presentation 
portrait. 

368 Rev. William Rogers. Presen- 
tation portrait. 

520 Wyndham Portal, Esq., D.L., 
of Malshanger, Chairman of 
the London and South- 
western Railway. 

S13 George Armitstead, Esq. 
Little Campden House, 
Gloucester Walk, 

Kensington. 

173 Lord Portman. Presentation 
portrait. 

276 H.I.M. the German Emperor. 

341 Mrs. Jardine Jardine. 

611 Colonel Cameron. Presenta- 

tion portrait. 

640 Rt. Hon. Sir Henry Fowler, 
G.C.S.L, M.P. For the In- 
corporated Law Society. 

198 Field-Marshal H.R.H. the 
Duke of Cambridge, K.G. 
Presentation portrait. 

522 Henry Bonham Carter, Esq. 
Presentation portrait. 

607 C. A. Moreing, Esq. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

207 Viscountess Portman. 

239 Lord Colville of Culross, K.T. 

393 Captain J. E. Cotterell. 

428 Lord Henniker, Governor of 
the Isle of Man. 

S84 The Earl and Countess of Har- 
rington. Painted with J. 
Charlton. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
82 Hon. Mary Portman. 

139 Joseph Baxendale, Esq. 

223 Edward Curre, Esq. 

327 Rt. Rev. the Lord Bishop of 
Exeter. Presentation por- 
trait. 



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991 


1900. 


182 




■94 




■97 




262 




496 




591 


I90I. 


56 




8S 




186 




202 




232 




32S 


1902. 


III 



1899. 631 Edgar Home, Esq. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

William Grange, Esq. 

Richard Twining, Esq., Pre- 
sident of the Equitable Life 
Insurance Society. 

The Earl of Stradbroke. 

Sir John Evans, F.R.S. Painted 
for the Royal .Society. 

The Lord Kitchener of Khar- 
toum. 

Lady Stephenson. Presentation 
portrait. 

Rt. Hon. Sir Massey Lopes, 
Bart. Presentation portrait. 

William W. Portal, Esq. 

Admiral of the Fleet Sir F. W. 
Richards, G.C.B. 

A. G. Witherby, Esq. 

R. C. Coode, Esq. 

Mrs. Baxendale. 

Sir Benjamin Hingley, Bart. 
Presentation portrait. 

Lady Hickman. 

Colonel R. Pilkington, M.P. 

Presentation portrait. 

134 The Rt. Hon. the Lord Mayor, 

]\LP. Painted for the 

Grocers' Company. 

165 Master Redvers Bewicke-Cop- 

ley. 
6S3 Mrs. E. L. S. Cocks. 

685 Mrs. Bewicke-Copley. 

686 W. Baird, Esq. (the horse by 

J. Charlton). Presentation 
portrait. 
705 Claude Baggallay, Esq., K.C. 
1708 Design for a yachting medal. 

1903. 37 "They rose, and followed the 

high irresistible call, etc." 
137 The Earl of March, C.B. 
173 Lady Saville Crossley. 
291 The Marquess of Ormonde, 

K.P. For the Royal Yacht 

Squadron. 
319 Vice-Admiral Sir John Fisher, 

G.C.B., etc. 
399 Daughters of Sir A. Hickman, 

Bart, M.P. 

1904. 21 His Grace the Archbishop of 

Canterbury. 
57 The Lord Chief Justice of Eng- 
land. 

307 Arthur Wilson, Esq. 

366 G. W. Palmer, Esq., M.P. 

754 Rear- Admiral Britten. 



COPE, Charles West, R.A. .. 
1833. 434 The golden age. 
1836. 371 The death warrant. 



Painter. 



1836. 528 The Nereids. 

608 Hagarand Ishmael. "And she 
wandered forth into the 
wilderness of Beersheba." 
I , Russell Place, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1837. 6 Cronies. 

39 Paulo and Francisca. " For 
our delight we read of 
Launcelot, etc." 

1838. 386 Osteria di Campagna between 

Rome and Ancona : Vettura 
travellers' repast; German 
pedestrian students in the 
background. 

1839. 4U The Flemish Mother. 

1136 Childrenof SirEdmund Filmer, 
Bart., M.P. for West Kent. 
I, St. John^s Place, 

Lisson Grove. 

1840. 198 "Help thy father in his age, 

and despise him not when 

thou art in thy full strength." 
204 Almsgiving. " Reject not the 

affliction of the afflicted, 

etc." 
484 Altar-piece for St. George's 

Church, Leeds. " He ever 

liveth to make intercession 

for us." 

Hyde Park Gate. 

1 84 1. 242 Poor law guardians: board 

day — application for bread. 
1008 Childhood. "Then infant 
reason grows apace, etc." 

1842. 8 The schoolmaster. "A man 

severe he was, etc." 
■ 93 Hope. "Lo! at the couch 

where infant beauty sleeps, 

etc." 
507 "The hawthorn bush with seats 

between the shade, etc." 

1843. 193 The Cotter's Saturday Night. 

"But hark! a rap comes 
gently to the door, etc." 
292 Reading the Scriptures. " And 
these words which I com- 
mand thee this day, etc." 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1844. 264 Palpitation. 

276 " Whosoever shall give to drink 

unto one of these little ones, 

etc." 
342 Genevieve. "The moonshine 

stealing o'er the scene, etc." 

9, Hyde Park Gate South. 

1846. 58 Pastorella. "So there that 

night Sir Calidore did dwell, 

etc." 
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Cope, Charles West, R.A.— continued. 

1846. 1042 Small cartoon of Edward III 

conferring the Order of the 
Garter on Edward the Black 
Prince; designed for one of 
the compartments in the 
House of Lords. 

1847. 45 Maiden Meditation. 

148 " I will greatly rejoice in the 
Lord, etc." 
(Elected R.A.) 

1848. 11 Cardinal Wolsey. Painted for 

H.R.H. Prince Albert. 
" After the stout Earl North- 
umberland arrested him at 
V'ork ... he fell sick sud- 
denly, and grew so ill he 
could not sit his mule, etc." 

240 L'Allegro. "So buxom, blithe 
and debonair." 

262 From "II Penseroso." "But 
hail, thou goddess, sage and 
holy, etc." 

1849. 100 Fireside Musings. 

117 Coloured study for fresco in 
House of Lords — Griselda's 
first trial. 

207 The first born. 

903 Cartoon of Griselda painted in 
fresco in the new Houses of 
Parliament. " He spoke no 
more, but up the child he 
hent, etc." 

1850. 39 "King Lear," act iv, scene 7. 

" Cordelia. How does the 
King? etc." 

206 Coloured sketch for fresco of 
the Order of the Garter con- 
ferred on the Black Prince. 
Executed in the House of 
Lords. 

222 Coloured sketch for fresco of 
Prince Henry's submission 
to the law in the person of 
Judge Gascoigne. Executed 
in the House of Lords. 

306 Study of a child's head. 

517 Milton's dream. " Methought 
I saw my late espoused 
saint, etc." 

185 1. 161 The sisters. " Come leave thy 

book, etc." 
177 Portrait of a young lady. 
381 Laurence Saunders, the second 
of the Protestant martyrs 
who suffered in the third 
year of Queen Mary. 
"Whilst Mr. Saunders was 
in prison, a strict charge was 
given to the Keeper that no 



person should speak with 
him. His wife yet came to 
the prison gate with her 
young child in her arms, to 
visit her husband. The 
Keeper, though for his 
charge he durst not suffer 
her to come into the prison, 
yet did he take the little 
babe out of her arms, and 
brought him unto his father. 
Laurence Saunders seeing 
him, rejoiced greatly. . . . 
He was finally led to martyr- 
dom at Coventry." 

1 85 1. 593 A portrait. 

1852. 103 Sketch of a blacksmith's forge 

in Scotland. 

171 The Marquis of Saluce marries 
Griselda. " This royalle 
marquis richely was arraied, 
etc." 

205 " Creeping like a snail unwill- 
ingly to school, etc." 

262 Portrait of Florence Cope at 
dinner time. 

996 Study of a child's head. 

1853. 30 The mother's kiss. 
80 Mother and child. 

139 Portraits of a mother and 
daughter — each taken dur- 
ing childhood and after 
eighteen years' interval. 

174 Othello relating his adventures. 
" Her father loved me, etc." 

479 The Page. "Let your haste 
commend your duty." 

1854. 84 Baby's turn. 
217 The friends. 

1855. 69 Consolation. 

161 Royal pensioners at Carisbrook 
Castle, T650. "Elizabeth, 
second daughterof Charles I, 
proved a princess of incom- 
parable abilities and rare 
virtues, etc." "She expired 
alone in her apartment, her 
fair cheek resting on her 
bible, which was the last gift 
of her father." 

201 Penserosa. " Holy and hea- 
venly thoughts still counsel 
her." 
1857. 172 Breakfast time — morning 
games. 

394 Affronted. 

503 The Pilgrim Fathers. Depar- 
ture of a Puritan family for 
New England. " About 
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voyagers at Leyden leave 
that city, where they had 
lived near twelve years, being 
accompanied by most of 
their brethren to Delft 
Haven, where their ship lay 
ready, and sundry came 
from Amsterdam to see 
them shipped and take their 
leave. At their parting, Mr. 
Robinson, falling down on 
his knees, and they all with 
him, he, with watery eyes, 
commended them with most 
fervent prayers to God." 
185S. 52 " Upward gazing." " When for 
a bright and conscious gaze 
he lifts his eyelids meek, etc." 
94 The stepping stones. " Blush- 
ing she eyes the dizzy flood 
askance, etc." 
1859. 114 Repose. 

193 Cordelia receives intelligence 
how her father had been ill- 
treated by her sisters. '■'■Kent. 
Did your letters pierce the 
Queen to any demonstration 
of grief, etc." 

446 The Elder sister. 

152 Rest. 

149 Evening Prayer. 

103 The parting of Lord and Lady 
Russell. " They parted, not 
with sobs and tears, but with 
a composed silence; the wife 
wishing to spare the feelings 
of the husband, and the hus- 
band of the wife, they both 
restrained the expression of 
grief too great to be relieved 
by utterance." 

126 Convalescent. 

140 Scholar's mate. " He who plays 
chess must not have his mind 
occupied elsewhere, etc." 

> Two mothers, 
no J 

" She opened her mouth 

with wisdom, etc." "She 

looked well to the ways of 

her household, etc." 

1863. 46 A music lesson. 
221 Morning lessons. 

1864. iS Emily Cope. 

335 Reading for honours in the 

country. 
434 Contemplation. " Struck with 

deep joy, etc." 
843 Etching of the late W. Mul- 

ready, R.A. 



i860. 



1861 



1862. 



1865. 171 Fra Beato Angelico. Study of 

a figure to be executed in 

mosaic. 
875 The applicant: a bore. 
8S5 Spring floods. 
888 " Fed on alms and fostered on 

cold dishes." 

1866. 143 Portrait of a lady and her 

children. {Mrs. Agticw.) 

219 The thorn. 

501 Posthumous portrait of W. 
Dyce, R.A. 
1S67. 312 Shylock and Jessica. "Jessica, 
there are my keys, etc." 

929 Drawing for the medal : in- 
terior of the Life school of 
the Royal Academy; etch- 
ing. 

1868. 52 The life's story. " Othello. H&t 

father loved me, etc." 
288 The disciples at Emmaus. 

" And they drew nigh unto 

the village, etc." 
588 Captain Penning, 2nd Beds. 

Volunteers. 

1869. 46 The price of Victory. "The 

Duke of Wellington on the 
morning after the Battle of 
Waterloo receiving from Dr. 
Hume an account of the 
casualties." " Well, thank 
God ! I don't know what it 
is to lose a battle, but cer- 
tainly nothing can be more 
painful than to gain one 
with the loss of so many of 
one's friends." 

115 The domestic chaplain. 

290 Home dreams. 

1870. 144 The gentle craft, a.d. about 

1580. "As there be many 
sorts of fishes, etc." 

272 Cronies. 

411 The Rev. Temple Chevallier, 
Canon of Durham Cathe- 
dral. 

480 Launcelot Gobbo's siesta. 
" Shylock. The patch is kind 
enough, etc." 

187 1. 209 Mr. Guy conferring with Dr. 

Mead and the architect, Mr. 
Stear, upon the plan of the 
hospital which he founded, 
and which has since borne 
his name. " Mr. Thomas 
Guy was a bookseller. . . . 
He was a man of very 
penurious habits, but by for- 
tunate speculation amassed 
a fortune, etc." 



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Cope, Charles West, R.A.—conHnued. 

1 87 1. 308 Night alarm: the advance. 

573 Gentle and simple. " She loved 
to tell the story, etc." 
1S72. i^i "George Herbert spent most 
of his childhood in a sweet 
content, etc." 

273 Study of colour — contrast. 

284 Winter evening fireside. 

362 Miss Sophia Hallam. 

368 Oliver Cromwell receiving a 
deputation of Ministers and 
Elders, accompanied by the 
Dutch ambassador. " They 
petitioned the Lord Protec- 
tor, etc." The figures on 
Cromwell's left are Secretary 
Thurloe and his Latin secre- 
tary. 

1873. 175 Yes or No? 
241 Portrait. 

309 Mary Magdalene at the sepul- 
chre. "Jesus saith unto 
her, Mary, etc." 

432 Parting words. "Come hither, 
and hear the latest counsel 
that ever I shall breathe." 

1874. So Jenny Caxon at the Post office. 

"Whist! said Mrs. Mailset- 
ter, there 's somebody in the 
shop. Look to the customers. 
Baby. It's naebody but 
Jenny Caxon, ma'am, to see 
if there 's ony letters to her, 
etc."— &(?//'.f " Antiquary :' 
201 Taming the shrew. " The 
meat was well, if you were 
so contented, etc." 
1406 "Oh, hush thee, my babie!" 

1875. 56 Anne Page and Slender. "I 

pray you, sir, walk in, etc." 

336 Home attraction. 

337 Sketches on the Thames. 

351 A pair of captives. "Vain thy 
pretty strife, O maiden, etc." 

1876. 160 Selecting pictures for the Royal 

Academy Exhibition. Fre- 
sented to the Royal Academy 
by G. Moore, Esq. The 
selection is made by the 
council for the year; all 
works sent in are brought 
before them, and are ac- 
cepted, rejected, or made 
doubtful, the decision in 
every case being determined 
by a majority of votes, the 
President having the casting 
vote. 

1877. 188 Mrs. Auchmuty. 



1877. 220 Spring time. 

280 "Bianca's lovers." " Hie ibat, 
as I told you before, etc." — 
Taming the Shreto. 

309 Hope deferred. "And hopes 
and fears that kindle hope, 
etc." 

1878. 241 Lieutenant Cameron's welcome 

home from his exploration 
in Africa. This intrepid ex- 
plorer was the first white 
man who succeeded in cross- 
ing Africa from east to west, 
etc., in 1873-4-5. The scene 
depicted is the traveller's re- 
turn home and his welcome 
in the village of Shoreham, 
of which his father is the 
vicar, etc., etc. 

1879. 140 Sad memories. 

232 Hamlet and Ophelia. "I never 

gave you aught, etc." 
465 Hesitation. 

1378 A country club meeting in the 
olden time. 
Lucton House, 

Kingsland, Herefordshire. 
18S0. 200 An inquisition. 
495 Perplexed. 

962 " The Good Shepherd giveth 
his life for the sheep, etc." 
II, Craufurd Rise, 

Maidenhead. 

1881. 144 Janet escaped. 

510 " Far away thoughts." 

1882. 194 Summer time. 

201 Anne Page and Slender. "y^MW^" 
Page. The dinner attends 
you, sir, etc." 



COPE, F. C Architect. 

21, Langham Place. 
1845. 1301 Church at Gray's Thurrock, 
Essex, etc. 



COPE (F. C.) and EAST (F.). 

Architects. 

17, Bloomsbury Square. 

1839. 1 109 Design for the market house 

for Kingston on Thames, 

etc. 

1843. 1226 Portion of Horhani Hall, 

Thaxted, Essex, a seat of 

Sir Edward Bowyer Smyth, 

Bart., etc. 

1297 Almshouses at Ringwood, 

Hants. 
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COPE, BALES and ELMSLIE. 

Architects. 
21, Langham Place. 
1S44. 1078 Town Hall and markets, St. 
Austle, Cornwall. 

COPE, W. Henry Painter. 

58, Eustou Square. 
1855- 995 View in the West Highlands, 
Scotland. 

COPELAND, G. ...Miniature Painter. 
1835. 8-4 A portrait. 

COPEMAN, Miss Constance G. 

Painter. 
2, Bridson Street, Liverpool. 
1894. 633 Ivy. 
1898. 718 Saturday morning. 

S79 Treasures of the sun. 
Rotunda Buildings, 

5, Bold Street, Liverpool. 
1 90 1. 649 In the Bavarian Highlands. 

9, Cook Street, Liverpool. 
1904. 725 A canal in Bruges. 

COPLAND, Miss L Painter. 

Peckham Rye. 
1842. 93 Portraits of two children. 

COPLEY, John Singleton, R.A. 

Painter. 

Leicester Fields. 

1776. 62 A conversation. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1777. 61 A family; whole length. 

62 A portrait of a gentleman; 

whole length. 

63 A portrait of a gentleman; 
■' three-quarters. 

64 The nativity. 

1778. 63 A family; whole length. (A 

painter in it very good. — 
Walpole.) 

64 Portrait of a lady; three- 

quarters. 

65 A boy attacked by a shark, and 

rescued by some seamen in 
a boat; founded on a fact 
which happened in the har- 
bour of the Havannah. 
{Brook I Vat son, afterwards 
Lord Mayor of London.) 
{Good, and the ivhole a good 
picture. — Walpole.) 
(Elected R.A. in 1779.) 
1780. 97 Portrait of a lady. 



1780. 172 Portrait of a Highland officer. 
{Major Alonlgomery.) 
195 Portrait of a gentleman. 
211 do. naval officer. 

1783. 5 do. nobleman. {Lord 

Mansfield. ) { Very like, 
rather hard. — Walpole.) 
227 Portraits of two young gentle- 
men. 
George Street, Hanover Square. 
17S5. 80 Their Royal Highnesses 
Princess Mary, Princess 
Sophia and Princess Amelia. 
1786. 230 Portrait of a lady ; half-length. 
423 Portraits of a young lady and 
her three brothers. 
1 793. 75 The Red Cross Knight, Fidelia 
andSperanKa. F;V/<f Spencer's 
" Fairy Queen," book i, 
canto 10. {Master and Miss 
Copley.) 
1796. 46 Abraham offering up Isaac. 
91 Portrait of a gentleman. 
287 do. do. {John 

Adams, Esq.) 
1798. 73 J. A. Graham, Esq., LL.D. 

:oi Portrait of the Speaker of the 
House of Commons. {Henry 
Addington.) 

107 An historical picture, represent- 

ing Hagar and Ishmael in 
the wilderness. " Arise, lift 
up the Lad." 

Ill Portrait of Lord Viscount 
Duncan. 

235 An historical picture represent- 
ing Saul reproved by Samuel. 
"The Lord hath rent the 
kingdom of Israel from thee 
this day." 
24 Portrait of Earl Spencer. 
72 Lady Dudley and Ward. 

108 Lord Viscount Dudley. 
556 R. Wilson, Esq. 

21 Portraits of the late Col. Fitch 

and the Miss Fitches. 
163 R. Richards, Esq., of Lincoln's 
Inn. 

70 Earl of Northampton. 

21 Baron Graham. 

31 Portraits of Mrs. Montague, 
lady of Rear-Admiral Mont- 
ague, and her brother. 

g6 The Rt. Hon. Lord Viscount 

Dudley and Ward. 
184 St. Cecilia; a portrait. "At 
last divine Cecilia came, 
Inventress of the vocal 
frame, etc." 
1805. 183 Mr. Cawthorne. 



1800. 



1801. 



1803. 
1804. 



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Copley, JohnS\ng\eton,/?.A.—co»/inueti. 

1808. 1 The offer of the crown to Lady 

Jane Gray by the Dukes of 
Northumberland and Suf- 
folk, and other Lords, 
deputies of the Privy Coun- 
cil. "Northumberland found 
that farther dissim ulation was 
fruitless; he went to Sion 
House, accompanied by the 
Duke of Suffolk, the Earl of 
Pembroke, and others of the 
nobility, and he approached 
the Lady Jane, who resided 
there, with all the respect 
usually paid to the sovereign. 
Jane was, in a great measure, 
ignorant of all these trans- 
actions, and it was with equal 
grief and surprise that she 
received intelligence of them. 
. . . She even refused to 
accept the present, pleading 
the preferable right of the 
two princesses, etc., etc." 
1+6 The Rev. Mr. J. Codman of 
Boston, New England. 

1809. 201 Lord Sidmouth. 

1810. 58 Portrait of H.R.H. the Prince 

of Wales at a review, attended 
by Lord Heathfield, General 
Turner, Col. Eloomfield, and 
Baron Eben; Col. Quinton 
in the distance. 
18 1 2. 188 The Resurrection. "And be- 
hold there was a great earth- 
quake, for the Angel of the 
Lord descended from heaven, 
and came and rolled back 
the stone from the door and 
sat on it, etc." 

COPNALL, Frank T Painter. 

Royal Insurance Btiildiyigs, 

Liverpool. 

1902. 97 Master Charles H. Thomas as 

Napoleon. 

1903. 493 The Misses Doel. 

1904. S69 Maud.daughterofJ.W. Waring, 

Esq. 

COPPARD, C. Law Painter. 

1 60, North Street, Brighton. 
1859. 239 A Welsh Interior. 

58, London Road, Brighton. 

1862. 190 Interior, North Wales. 

539 "When nestling buds unfold 
their wings." 

1863. 438 On the Llyder Valley, North 

Wales. 



1865. 72 Welsh interior. 

1867. 437 Scene near St. Asaph. 

1868. 548 The bridge. 

1 87 1. 509 A Welsh Torrent. 

1153 A frosty morning in September. 

COPPER, Andre C Etcher. 

25, Streatham Place, Brixton. 
1904. 1 3 16 The Staff at Austerlitz. 

COPPING, Harold Painter. 

1 8, Lady Somerset Rd.,Highgate. 

1885. 1674 Irene. 

1886. 1249 Study of a head. 

1887. 773 The dunce. 
1535 Twilight. 

3, Augustus Square, JV. IV. 

1888. 486 Mabel. 

1398 A shepherd maid. 
1674 "Her eyes as stars of twilight 
fair." 
Melbourne Lodge, 

Dagmar Road, Selhurst. 

1889. 1432 The love letter. 

1890. 1668 Calla. 
1682 Diana. 

1 89 1. 302 William Dyas, Esq. 
1348 Study of a head. 

Polperro Studio, 

30(7, Montague Rd., Hornsey. 
1894. 1413 Bluebells. 
1896. 1546 " My love has gone a sailing." 

1899. 1559 A cheerful toilet. 

1900. 1608 The love letter. 

Darenth Villa, Shoreham, 

Sevenoaks. 
1902. 1256 The finding of Perdita. 

1257 Romeo's last farewell. 
1904. 1352 In the valley of the shadow of 
death. 

CORAH, William J Painter. 

Varchwell Caerhum, 

near Conway. 
1888. 1220 A flood on the Dulyn, North 
Wales. 

CORAM, James H Architect. 

46, Battersea Rise. 
1902. 1524 Orphanage near Farnham. 

CORBAUX, Miss Fanny Painter. 

5, Hercules Buildings. 

1829. 911 Portrait of a lady. 

1830. 671 Mr. Barnard, Keeper of the 

British Institution. 
917 Portraits of two children. 

1831. 462 do. the children of J. 

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93' 


The red rose. 


1841. 


666 Portraits of the children of 


1832. 


6S0 


Countess St. Elme de Beau- 
plan. 




Lord Clonbrock. 
949 Lady Vivian and her daughter. 




696 


A country girl returning from 
market; a portrait. 


1842. 


573 The children of B. Welstead, 
Esq. 


1833- 


610 


Portrait of Ellen M'Leod. 




679 The children of the Rev. 




6^3 


do. a lady. 




Walter S. Trower. 


1834. 


605 


do. do. 

55, Hercules Buildings. 




866 Evelyn and (Catherine, children 
of the Rev. R. B. Hone. 


1835- 


550 


A portrait. 




98 1 Portraits of a lady and child. 




558 


Portraits of two sisters. 


1843. 


657 do. the children of 




590 


Portrait of a lady. 




Lieut. - Colonel the Hon. 




881 


Portraits of two children. 




Douglas Pennant. 


1836. 


568 


do. young ladies. 




943 Portraits of the children of 


1837- 


543 


The children of Mr. and Lady 
Elizabeth Scrope Dickins. 




Lieut. -Colonel the Hon. 
Douglas Pennant. 




54S 


The children of George W. 
Norman, Esq., of Bromley 
Common. 




1054 Portrait of a lady. 

nil Mrs. William Coulson. 

1120 Portraits of the children of 




68; 


The children of John Rogers, 
Esq., of Streatiiam. 




William Williams, Esq., of 
Aberpergwin, South Wales. 




712 


The children of Major H. 
Cadogan. 


1844. 


7SS Portrait of a lady. 
942 Mr. Alderman Gibbs. 




723 


Little Red Riding Hood; por- 
trait of the youngest daughter 
of the late Sir Charles Smith, 
Bart. 




944 Portraits of the three youngest 
children of the Hon. Charles 
Hanbury Tracey. 

971 Portraits of the children of 




S90 


Portraits of Sir Charles Smith 
and Miss Smith. 




Thomas Garfil, Esq. 
1024 Portraits of the three eldest 




9V~ 


Portrait of Lady Margaret 
Compton, youngest daughter 




children of the Hon. Charles 
Hanbury Tracey. 






of the Marquis of Northamp- 


1845. 


961 Portrait of the Lady Mayoress. 






ton. 




{Mrs. GMs.) 




986 


Mrs. Hodgson Cadogan. 

77, Norton Street. 




1009 Miss Hamilton. 
1022 Portrait of a lady. 


1838. 


622 


Portraits of the children of S. 
Davies, Esq. 




loSi do. the Rev. R. Mount- 
ford Wood. 




691 


The children. 


1846. 


787 Portrait of her mother. 




732 


Portraits of Miss Dupre and 
Miss L. Dupre. 

59, Upper Norton Street. 




872 do. the infant son of 

Viscount Galway. 
910 Portrait of a lady. 


1839. 


65. 


Miss Vivian. 




990 The Misses Perfect. 




664 


The children of the Hon. 
Henry and Lady Louisa 
Lascelles. 




1027 Mrs. Kay Shuttleworth and 

children. 
1062 Portraits of the children of 




781 


Mrs. J. H. Vivian and her 
children. 




Spencer Smith, Esq. 
1099 Mrs. B. B. Williams and 




1064 


Miss Fanny Blackwood. 




children. 


1840. 


553 


Portraits. 


1847. 


956 Mrs. Johnstone and child. 




604 


Miss Arabella Beadon. 




1067 Portraits of the children of 




609 


Portraits of the sons of the 




Robert Gosling, Esq. 






Rev. William Streatfield. 


1848. 


1006 Mrs. Charlton and child. 




633 


Mrs. Dixon of Stunsted Park. 




1062 A group of children. 




664 


Portraits of Viscount Ockham 
and Lady Anne Isabella 
King, children of the Earl of 
Lovelace. 




1063 Master John Fane Ballard. 
1075 James W. Gilbert, Esq., general 

manager of the London and 

Westminster Bank. 


I84I. 


598 


Mrs. Herbert Kynaston. 




1093 Lady Crewe and child. 




654 


Portraits of the children of Mr. 


1850. 


660 Portraits of the children of the 


II. 




William Leveson-Gower. 




late T. G. Woodroffe, Esq. 

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Corbaux. Miss Fanny— co/ifinufd. 

1850. 947 The late Leman Blanchard, 

Esq. 
979 Portrait of a lady. 
993 Youngest son and daughter of 

Lord Eddisbury. 
iioj Portrait of a lady. 

1851. 95: Frame containing three minia- 

tures: Mary, daughter of the 
Rev. Frederic Neville, Mrs. 
Allen, and the son of C. 
Wentworth Dilke, Esq. 
1158 The children of Gervaise T. 

Waldo Sibthorpe, Esq. 
1196 The youngest son of Robert 

Gosling, Esq. 
1213 The children of S. Morton Peto, 
Esq., M.P. 
22, Westbourtie Place, 

Eaton Square. 
Portraits of the children of 

Charles Salaman, Esq. 
Portraits of the children of Sir 
Michael Hicks-Beach, Bart. 
967 Mrs. Thomas Newman Hunt. 
761 Miniatures. 
99 S Early spring; a portrait. 



1852 



1060 



1062 



1853- 
1854. 



CORBAUX, Miss Louisa Painter. 

5, Hercules Buildings. 

1833. 5+4 A child with a kitten. 

1834. 516 Portrait of a favourite cat. 
1836. 745 The bird's nest. 



See Bell and Corbet. 

Matthew Ridley. 

Painter. 
30, Fitzroy Square. 
Lady Slade. 
A portrait. 

80, Peel Street, Kensington. 
Mrs. Heneage Wynne-Finch. 
Lady Clay. 
A Nubian girl. 

123, Via Sistina, Rome. 
In the sacred grove. 

The Avenue, 76, Fulham Rd. 
Handel Cossham, Esq. 

13, Tite Street. 
A stormy evening — Redesdale. 
33, Tite Street. 
Walter MacLaren, Esq. 
A golden afternoon. 
On the Tuscan coast. 
"A land of fragrance, quiet- 
ness, and trees and flowers." 
—Keats. 
Sunrise in the Severn valley. 



CORBET. 


CORBET, 


1875- 


459 




563 


1877. 


556 


1879. 


302 


1882. 


65. 


1883. 


38 


1885. 


701 


1887. 


1227 


1889. 


617 




774 




11^4 


1890. 


^33 



1891. 197 



54, Circus Road. 

1892. 266 "A light of laughing flowers 

along the grass is spread." — 
Shelley. 
955 "The cloud surrounded morn." 
— Shelley. 

1893. 104 Spring. 
336 Evening. 

1894. 300 Morning glory. Purchased for 

the Chantrey Bequest. 
669 The Arno in flood. 

1895. 563 Mountain, field and flood. 
1353 Pomegranate; pencil-study. 
1367 Stone pine; study. 

1376 Chalk study for a picture. 

1896. 139 Passing storm. 
576 Autumn rains. 

1897. 459 Vespers. 

771 Carrara Mountains. 

S22 Florence, from Bellosguardo. 

1898. 922 Florence in spring. 

1899. 653 The dead Knight. 

1 192 The city of flowers. 
1229 From Volterra, looking towards 
the Pisan Hills. 

1900. 979 "A loving Psyche who loses 

sightof love." — Mrs. Brown- 
ing 

1 90 1. S63 Val d'Arno — evening. Pur- 

chased by the Chantrey Be- 
quest. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1902. 66 ^gina, from the theatre of 

Dionysus. 
418 Sunrise. 

615 Salamis, from the Acropolis. 
876 On the coast of Tuscany. 

CORBET, Mrs. Matthew Ridley 
(Edith), late Mrs. Arthur Marsh. 

Painter. 

54, Circus Road. 
27b Quiet end of day. 
27 Goat-girl. 

285 Above the Horner Woods, Ex- 
moor. 
1894. 914 The brook. "How silent 
comes the water round that 
bend, etc." 
Potatoes harvest in the dales. 
Alban Hills from St. John 

Lateran. 
Bacchante. 
The little Tuscan. 
" Where the lawns and pastures 

be, etc." 
A river farm. 
Mill stream below Assisi. 
Plain of Assisi. 
83s Mending nets. 



1892. 
1893. 



1895. 


561 


1896. 


736 




944 


1898. 


268 




323 


1899. 


881 


1900. 


502 




770 



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163 



1901. 
1902. 
1903. 



10 Rising moon. 
61 Bathers. 

78 "Who that beheld that sun 
upon thee set, etc." 



CORBET, 

1823. 435 

1824. 205 

1825. 163 



1S7 
311 

1826. 142 
143 

275 

1827. 169 

240 

1828. 281 



1833- 
1834. 


307 
428 

102 




>I3 


1835- 
1837- 


294 

9 

6+ 




222 


1838. 


373 
95 



123 



419 
1841. 323 

336 



364 

573 



1846. 372 

1848. 59 

1856. 422 

464 



Philip Painter. 

Miss Lacy, of the Theatre 
Royal Covent Garden. 

The Proposal. 

Portraits of the Rev. Arch- 
deacon Owen and the Rev. 
J. B. Blakeway, authors of 
the " History of Shrews- 
bury." 

Archdeacon Butler and family. 

Mrs. Carline. 

25, Everett St., Russell Square. 

Dr. Du Card. 

Mrs. John Lloyd and child. 

Dame Quickly's Latin, etc. 

Groupe of the children of the 
Hon. Thomas Kenyon. 

Portrait in a Florentine dress. 

Portraits of three brothers: 
Robert Burton, Esq., Long- 
nor Hall, Rev. Henry Bur- 
ton, Vicar of Atcham, and 
Edward Burton, Esq., of 
Shrewsbury. 

Shreivsbury. 

John Williams, Esq. 

Mrs. Clement. 

Philip Hughes, Esq. 

A portrait. 

S. Pritchard, Esq., E.LC.S. 

Sir John Hanmer, Bart., M.P. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Mr. Birch, 
do. 

Rev. D. Burton, late Regius 
Professor of Divinity at 0.x- 
ford. 

The late Rev. Royer Clayton, 
Vicar of Dawley, Shrop- 
shire, etc. 

Francis Darby, Esq. 

Sir Henry Edwards, Bart. 

Sally Paddock; a sketch at 
Lord Tankerville's alms- 
houses, Shrewsbury, 1840. 

Henry de Bruyn, Esq. 

David Pugh, Esq., of Llan- 
erchydol, late M.P. for 
Montgomeryshire. 

Samuel Tudor, Esq., aged 83 
years. 

A girl in a Dutch mantle. 

Miss Field of Shrewsbury. 

W. D. Field, Esq., Ulceby 
Grange, Lincolnshire. 



CORBETT, Alfred E Architect. 

78, Cross Street, Manchester, 
1902. 1390 A Cheshire house. 

1569 Design for a town club house. 

'5^*6 do. chapel and school 

at Ilkley, Yorkshire. 

CORBETT, F Painter. 

I, University Street. 
1854. 2S0 Landscape and cattle. 

CORBIN, Miss Rosa H Painter. 

25, Lodge Road, Southampton. 
1889. 945 Near St. Ives. 

CORBOULD, Alfred Painter. 

9, Bankside. 
1S35. ^*4 Retriever and wounded pheas- 
ant. 

1837. 537 Pheasant shooting. 

1838. 1053 Duncan and the Deer. "With 

one hand Duncan seized the 
deer's horn, whilst with the 
other he drew his dirk: but 
in the same instant the buck 
bounded over the precipice, 
carrying the Highlander with 
him." Vide Sir IV. Scott. 

1839. 214 The sentinel. 

1840. 591 Retriever and dead game. 

1841. 304 Termination of the day's sport. 

1842. 1205 Frank Osbaldiston's first sight 

of Diana Vernon. Vide 
"Rob Roy." 

1843. 77 Carriage horses, the property 

of the late Sir Francis 
Chantrey. 
1845. 637 Having led the old horse Jovial 
into the barn and removed 
the coverlet from his head 
Morok approached Death's 
cave, withdrew the iron 
fastening and stepped aside 
upon the ladder leading to 
the loft above. The black 
panther once more hurling 
herself at the bars, they now 
gave way, and she alighted 
from her bound in the barn; 
for a moment she remained 
motionless, and then, quick 
as thought, she darted upon 
the frantic horse." — VVan- 
dering Jew. 

1847. 306 Landscape with cattle — morn- 

ing. 
Messrs. TattersalPs, 

Grosvenor Place. 

1848. 2 Not yet "gone to the dogs." 

1849. 1 1 52 October. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Corbould, PiXireA— continued. 

4, Phillinwre Terrace, Kensington. 
1863. 12 Pugnacious. 

1866. 39 The midday rest. 

1867. 1-0 Highland stots. 
477 Off for the south. 
496 Disputing a passage. 

1868. ij6 At home in the Highlands. 
16; The dairy maid. 

587 Cast ashore. , 
1874. 6i Major. 
1S75. 59 Highland stots and gillie. 

CORBOULD, Alfred Chantrey, R.B.A. 

Illustrator. 

86, IVanvkk Gardens. 
1879. 1191 " It's an ill wind that blows no- 
body good." Original sketch 
for " Punch." 
1200 " Pity the frozen out fox- 
hunters." Original sketch 
for " Punch." 
1289 "Saints in the shires." Original 
sketch for " Punch." 
8, Pembroke Road, Kensington. 
1885. 1706 "Arry with the arriers." Origi- 
nal of a cut to " Punch." 
1887. 1553 "Artist's puzzle (picture gone 
to the Royal Academy) : Will 
it be hung?" Original for a 
cut in " Punch." 

CORBOULD, Alfred Kitchens. 

Painter. 
21, Rutland Gate. 

1844. 423 The Keeper's companions. 

536 Fitz-James and his dying horse. 
" Woe was the chase, etc." 
22, Gloucester Place. 

1845. 29; On the Moors. 

21, Rutland Gate. 

1846. 243 Jack-in-the-box. 

536 Meadow scene — evening. 
692 do. do. 

Hyde Park Corner. 

1847. 494 " Ostler's Belle." 

Eldon Lodge, Victoria Road. 

1852. 24 Portrait. 
28 do. 

1853. 388 Caspar and Duck, the property 

of H.R.H. the Prince of 
\\'ales. 

1854. 1086 Miss Ellen J. Sandeman. 

1855. 1326 Portrait. 

1856. 121 Mrs. S. B. Keene. 

1859. 886 First regiment Life Guards 
trotting past, under the in- 
spectionof H.R.H. the Duke 
of Cambridge, at Wormwood 
Scrubbs. 



1 86 1. 133 Rotten Row. 

1862. 392 Children of the Earl and Coun- 

tess of Tankerville, with 

favourite hunter. 
663 Frederick, younger son of 

the Earl and Countess of 

Tankerville. 
1864. 333 Master Geary. 

482 Major Stapylton's phaeton 

horses — putting to. 



CORBOULD, Aster R. C. ... Painter. 

9, Bank Side. 

1850. 13 Market day. 

1851. 17 Sunshine and shade. 

1852. 621 Homestead, Claygate, Surrey. 
1854. 92 " Common cows." 

1856. 493 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1857. 468 The Roadside. 

1858. 149 Returning to the marshes. 

9, Devonshire Terrace, 

Kensington. 

1859. 941 The English farmer. 

1862. 33 Waiting for the ferry. 
426 The church farm. 
602 A part of the flock. 

1863. 697 Southward bound. 

1864. 173 A Highland herd. 

9, Warwick Crescent, 

Kensington. 

1866. 135 A youth. 

226 Walton Corbould. 
345 Portrait of a child. 
542 Brigade Field-day, Wormwood 
Scrubbs. 

1867. 92 Magdalen, daughter of George 

Finch, Esq. 
305 The late Earl of Rosslyn. 
453 Miss Balfour. 
463 Hunters, the property of W. 

W. Tailby, Esq. 

1868. 680 Portraits of Balbirnie. 

86, IVanvick Gardens. 

1869. 114 John Patterson Cobbold, Esq., 

Mayor of Ipswich, 1868; for 
the neiv Town Hall. 

1870. 439 Mrs. Craven on her favourite 

mare. 

913 Melbourne, the favourite hun- 
ter of the Rev. James Hol- 
den. 

921 Madras Hunt. Presented to Sir 
William Denison, etc. 

1871. 510 MissMaynardandMissBlanche 

Maynard, painted for the 
Earl and Countess of Ross- 
lyn. 

1872. 63 Clement Adalmar Cottrell Dor- 

mer on " Zingaro." 



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165 



1872. 1023 Max and his mother. 

1873. 23 Boy's head; a study. 
S4 Going to cover. 

87 Laddie. 
123 Horse and hounds, belonging 

to the late Hugo F. Meynell 

Ingram, Esq. 
374 Major Pemberton Campbell, 

14th Hussars. 

1874. 221 Mazeppa. " On came the 

troop, etc." 



CORBOULD, Edward Henry, K.I. 

Painter. 

5, Crescent Place., 

Burton Crescent. 

1835. 417 Friar Tuck's cell. "Ivan- 

hoe." 
1096 Model of St. George and the 
dragon; sculpture. 

1836. 927 Rebecca at the stake. Vide 

" Ivanhoe." 

1837. 573 " Meekely shee bowed downe 

to weete if life, etc." 

1838. 133 A horse, the property of John 

Snepp, Esq. 

1839. 1068 " She saw a wearied man dis- 

mount, etc." 
1078 " Nay, turn not from me that 
dear face, etc." 
17, Upper Southampton St., 

Fitzroy Square. 

1840. 576 The heiress. 
724 The equestrian. 

909 " Where'er she stopt rising 
on tiptoe, etc." 

1842. 269 At Eglinton. " A knight there 
was, and that a worthy man, 
etc." 

1845. 677 The ascension of Christ; a 
study for an altar-piece. 
" And he led them out as 
far as Bethany, etc." 
Eldon Lodge, Victoria Road. 

1870. no Apart from the rest. 

243 Marriage of Sir Nigel Bruce 
and Agnes of Buchan in 
the chapel of the castle of 
Kildrummie, whilst besieged 
by the English, a.d. 1207. 
Exhibited by command of 
the Queen. 

187 1. 230 Ladie Godiva. 

1872. 998 Pelleas and Ettarre. "And 

when they reach'd Caerleon, 
etc." 
1874. 930 The Canterbury pilgrims. "A- 
morwe whan the day began 
to spring, etc." 



CORBOULD, G Painter. 

Master G. Corbould, 
at Mr. CorbouhVs, 
70, John Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 

1801. 439 Mrs. F'uUin. 

1802. 664 The Knight and the hag. 

" Wife of Bath's Tale." 

1803. 359 Palamon and Arcite. Vide Dry- 

den's " Fables." 

1804. 627 Fingal engaging the spirit Loda. 

Vide Ossian's Poems. 
1806. 351 King Lear. 

CORBOULD, Henry Painter. 

A/aster H. Corbould. 

1803. 358 Paris and Menelaus fighting for 

Helen. F/V/e Homer's "I had." 

1 804. 499 Warriors lamenting overa fallen 

hero. 

644 Satan rising from the burning 
lake. Vide Milton's " Para- 
dise Lost." 

646 Satan pondering his voyage. Vide 
Milton's " Paradise Lost." 
10, John Street, Fitzroy Square. 

1805. 311 Mars and Bellona. F/(/^ Bell's 

"Pantheon." 

1806. 573 Ulysses' descent into Hell. 

Vide Homer's " Odyssey." 

1807. 376 A study. 

1808. 272 Coriolanus. " Nay, behold us! 

this boy, etc." 

1809. 109 Parting of Hector and Andro- 

mache. " His princess parts 
with a prophetic sigh, etc." 
144 Thetis comforting Achilles. 
" Why grieves my son ? etc." 
354 Horticulture and husbandry. 
363 Heraldry. 
iSio. 166 Benevolence. 

3S9 " Let it not be sufficient for us 
to supply our own wants, 
etc." 
181 1. 318 "Nor while on Ellen's faulter- 
ing tongue, etc." 

6, Great Coram Street. 

1813. 5S3 Design from the fourth canto 

of Walter Scott's " Rokeby." 
719 Obaddon, the Angel of Death, 
conducting the soul of Philo 
to the infernal gulph. Vide 
Klopstock's " Messiah." 

1814. 493 A design from Lord Byron's 

" Corsair." " She gazed in 
wonder, etc." 
1819. 65 A subject from Moore's poem 
of "Lalla Rookh." "Nay, 
turn not from me that dear 
face, etc." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1823. 



Corbould, Henry — continued. 

1821. 435 Cat Grove, with portraits of 
gamekeepers in the service 
of Col. Berkeley, engaged 
with a desperate gang of 
sixteen poachers, on the 
night of the i8th Jan., 1816, 
when one of the keepers' 
party was killed and seven 
wounded. 
494 Subject from Lord Byron's 
"Childe Harold." "Here 
woman's voice is never heard, 
etc." 
5, Crescent Place, 

Burton Crescent. 
10 Death of Palemon. Vide Fal- 
coner's " Shipwreck." 
369 Song of death. Vide Burns's 
poems, etc. 

1826. 243 Thepartinghour. F/ifeCrabbe's 
" Poems." " Adieu ! fare- 
well! etc." 

1827. 193 Subject from Moore's " Lalla 
Rookh." "Once happy pair ! 
etc." 

1828. 353 The sister's dream. "And 
now in visions to her couch 
they come, etc." 

531 Subject from Lord Byron's 
"Giaour." "But shape, or 
shade, etc." 

618 Subject from Lord Byron's 
"Corsair." "He slept — who 
o'er his placid slumber 
bends? " 

1829. 595 " My mother bids me bind my 
hair, etc." 

612 Azimand Zelica in their happy 

state. Vide " Lalla Rookh." 
1S30. 456 A mother with her children 

waiting the return of her 

husband. 
501 Children dancing. 
1832. 610 Bailie Nicol Jarvie brought 

before Helen MacGregor. 

Vide " Rob Roy." 
611 Brown and Meg Merrilies in 

the vault. Vide " Guy Man- 

nering." 

640 Diana Vernon and Francis 
Osbaldiston in the library. 
Vide " Rob Roy." 

641 The troth plight between 
Ravenswood and Lucy Ash- 
ton. Vide " Bride of Lam- 
mermoor." 

642 Alice showing the papers to 
VVaverley. Vide "Waver- 
ley." 



1833. 582 Sketch of Ulysses and Diomed 

returning to the Grecian 
camp with the hor.ses of 
Rhesus. 

1834. 540 Satan, sin, and death. "O 

father, what intends thy 
hands? she cried, etc." 
1 1 18 Cyllarus and Hylonome. "At 
once both loving and con- 
fessing love." 

(Sculpture, H. Corbould 
in index, but E. Corbould 
in the catalogue.) 

1836. 343 "What wouldst thou with me?" 
Vide " Parricide." 

1838. 538 "Macbeth," act i, scene 3. 
" Whitherare they vanished? 
etc." 

1840. 14 (Octagon Room.) Thetis and 
Achilles. " Far in the deep 
recesses of the main, etc." 



CORBOULD, Richard Painter. 

75, Chisivell Street, Moorfields. 
i^TT. 65 A portrait in miniature. 

23, Branes Ro7i', Spa Fields. 

1780. 76 Portrait of a sailor. 
114 Landscape. 

244 Portrait of a gentleman ; minia- 
ture. 
281 Thalia; enamel. 

1 781. no A landscape. 
134 Landscape. 

1782. 233 View in Hyde Park. 
392 Landscape. 

27, Leather Lane, LLolborn. 

1783. 263 Landscape. 

296 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1784. 115 View of Harwich in Essex. 

117 View of Languard fort. 
25, Cursitor Street, 

Chancery Lane. 

1785. 42 A landscape with figures by 

Mr. Stothard. 

1786. Si Portrait of a child. 

216 Portraits of two children. 

7, Bedford St., Bedford Row. 

1787. 233 Bysham Monastery, Berkshire. 
235 Landscape; small. 

256 A limekiln near Blackheath. 

1788. 149 A storm. 

211 A moonlight. 

1789. 54 Landscape — evening. 

118 do. morning. 
147 View near the sea-coast. 
234 The sailor's embarkation. 

261 Landscape — morning. 

262 do. evening. 

351 Portrait of a child; miniature. 



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1790. 46 Landscape. 

58 do. 

59 do. 
82 do. 

235 Landscape and figures. 

316 Portrait of a lady ; miniature. 

1791. 32 Portrait of a gentleman. 
66 View near Blackheath. 
87 Scene on the sea-coast. 

118 A lake scene. 

123 Portraits of a lady, her child 

and dog. 
185 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1792. 48 Food for the body. 
49 Food for the mind. 

1 1 7 Landscape with asses. 

129 Landscape. 

130 Landscape and figures. 
68, Jo/iH Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 
49 Cottagers gathering sticks. 
235 Musidora — summer. 
246 The matron — winter. 
251 The lover. Vide Thomson's 

" Spring." 
301 The husbandman — autumn. 
68 View behind Aberdyllais Mill, 

Glamorganshire. 
95 View of Caraig Castle, Carmar- 
thenshire. 

90, John Street. 
8 Taken from the ninth sonnet 

of Mrs. Charlotte Smith. 
II Taken from the twelfth sonnet 
of Mrs. Charlotte Smith. 
View near Pont Aberglas- 

lyn. 
Aberdyllais Mill, Glamorgan- 
shire. 
198 Kilgarron Castle on the Tivy. 

1797. 346 Taken from an elegy. Vide 

Mrs. C. Smith's sonnets. 

1798. 50 Landscape with horses. 

284 View from Hampstead Heath. 
316 Landscape and figures. 
829 Mr. Cracraft. 

1799. 115 A landscape, with banditti. 
613 A frame containing six de- 
signs for Young's " Night 
Thoughts." 

1800. 10 The death of Pelemon. Vide 

Falconer's "Shipwreck." 
207 The fisherman's departure. 
209 do. return. 

530 Britannia, attended by Fame 
and Victory, presenting to 
History those naval gallant 
heroes who have so emin- 
ently distinguished them- 
selves in the present war. 



1793' 
1794. 



1795- 



1796. 



96 



99 



1800. 546 A landscape, with figures and 

cattle. 
549 A landscape, with timber car- 
riage, etc. 

1 80 1. loi Landscape, with banditti. 

204 The millennial age. "The 
mother sees and smiles to 
see, her infant's playful hand, 
etc." 

235 Cottagers overtaken by a storm. 

261 The birds' nest. 

1802. 93 Eve caressing the little flock 

which Adam had surprised 
her with. " O Adam ! they 
are gentle and fond, as in 
Paradise." 

iiS The angel Michael denouncing 
the curse on Cain. "Thou 
art curst on the earth, etc." 

169 A landscape — evening. 

215 Caraig-Kennin Castle, Wales. 

496 Landscape. 

1803. 9 Hero and Leander. 

450 Architecture and astronomy. 

451 The genius of literature and 

science presenting her pupils 
to Minerva. 

494 A park scene. 

704 A landscape, with figures re- 
posing. 

1804. 97 A landscape and figures. 

■ 91 A rocky scene, with banditti. 
200 A landscape and figures. 

1805. 316 Botany. 
619 Chemistry. 

1806. 181 View near Neath. 

233 Aran pen Llyr, above Balapool. 
240 View of Cader Idris on the 

Towyn Road. 
441 View of Cader Idris, near Tal 

y Llyn. 

1807. II Landscape and figures. 

598 France; a design for a frontis- 
piece to Wilkes' " Encyclo- 
pedia Londinensis." 

627 England; a design for a frontis- 
piece to Wilkes' " Encyclo- 
pedia Londinensis." 

1808. 148 Hannibal on his passage over 

the Alps, pointing out to his 
soldiers the fertile plains of 
Italy. 
i8og. 33 Pan and Syrinx. "Now while the 
god with speedy pace, etc." 

18 10. 198 View of Cintra, and the palace 

in which the convention was 
signed. From a sketch 
taken on the spot by Col. 
Hawker, 14th Dragoons. 

181 1. 195 Contemplation. 



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CORBOULD, Walter Edward. 

Painter. 
28, Appkgarth Road, 

West Kensington. 
1889. 930 The artist's studio. 

1 76, New Kings Rd., Fulham. 
1S96. 1029 Inquisitiveness. 

CORDEN, William. ..Enamel Painter. 

2,T„ Cltapel Street, 

Grosvenor Place. 
1826. 724 Hebe; an enamel on china. 

Bomley House, Nottingham. 
1829. 1207 Musidora; sculpture. 

1 7, Brunswick Terrace, 

Windsor. 
1836. 913 Portrait, Sir Walter Scott; 
enamelled on china from 
the original picture by Sir 
Thomas Lawrence in the 
collection at Windsor Castle, 
by His Majesty's permission. 



CORDEN, W., Junr Painter. 




5, Queen's Road, Pitnlico. 


1843. 


644 A family picture; portrait. 




Old Windsor. 


1845- 


299 Study of a head. 




Vitie Cottage, Old Windsor. 


1846. 


1 15 1 The windmill man. 


1847- 


397 Early grief. 




Trinity Place, Windsor. 


1854. 


1356 Queen Mab. "Soul of lanthe. 




awake! etc." 


1855- 


581 Consulting the oracle. 




1157 Indecision. 


CORD] 


2R, E Enamel Painter. 



38, Hatton Garden. 
1828. 795 Enamel portrait of Mrs. Wil- 
liams. 

CORDER, Miss Rosa Painter. 

91, Southampton Row. 
1879. 479 Mrs. Corder. 

CORDER, W Enamel Painter. 

51, Newman Street. 
1825. 864 Portrait of Miss F. H. Kelly, 
Theatre Royal, Covent Gar- 
den ; enamel on china. 

CORDEUX, Thomas F Painter. 

Franshams, Bushey Heath. 

1901. 61 The mouth of the Conway. 

1902. 342 The Lizard from Kynance. 
343 Cornish sand and sea-holly. 



CORDIER, Madlle. A. Delville. 

Miniature Painter. 

i860. 860 Madame la Comtesse A. de S. 
867 Lambert Bey. 

Paris. 

1876. S20 Lucia. 
1209 Giovanina. 

1877. 1305 Young woman playing on the 

mandoline. 

1878. 1282 Jewish woman of Algiers. 

19, Qttai St. Michel, Paris. 
1882. 1399 Portrait miniature on ivory. 

1419 Miniature of a lady; on ivory. 

CORDIER, Henry Joseph Charles. 

Sculptor. 

9, Huntley Street. 
1853. 1454 Bust of Mdlle. Nathan. 

CORDINGLEY, Georges R. 

Painter. 

9, Addison Road, 

Turnham Green. 
1893. 807 Marine. 

1896. 803 A road at Vimereux, near Bou- 
logne-sur-Mer. 

CORELLI, A Painter. 

22, Montagu Place, 

Russell Square. 
18S2. 1429 Washerwomen of the Abruzzi, 
Italy. 

COREY, Mrs. Linda W. 

Miniature Painter. 
Ontario, Cole Park, 

Twickenham. 
1904. 1 182 Mrs. Charlesworth. 

CORKLING, Miss May Painter. 

17, St. Edmund's Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 
1878. 853 A study from nature. 

CORKRAN, Miss Henriette L. 

Pastel Painter. 
9, Clareville Road. 
1880. 1250 A Venetian girl; pastel. 

1882. 1254 Melita — pastels. 

1883. 445 Le Pere Anselme. 
1323 A portrait; pastel. 
1334 A bacchante do. 
1341 Violet do. 

1884. 46 A little outcast. 
1366 Rosina. 

1379 Dot. 

1885. 1417 Ada; study in pastels. 

1708 The late William Spottiswoode, 
Esq., P.R.S. 
1887. 409 A Christmas rose. 



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1 9, S^. Mary Abbot's Terrace. 

1893. 1217 lolanthe. 

I, Cranky Gardens. 

1894. 1069 Little poppie. 

1895. 985 A siren. 

45, Mecklenburg Square. 

1896. 1266 The belle of Asolo. 
1902. 1 131 Rosie, a study. 

113S Little boy blue. 
I903- 95^ La Belle Marcelle. 



CORLETTE, Hubert C. Architect. 

1 1, Beaumont Street,- 

Marykbone. 
1S95. 1503 Colour decoration, St. Anast- 
asia, Verona. 
1522 do. do. do. 

1606 Stained glass, New College, 
Oxford. 

28, Theobald's Road. 

1896. 1590 Study of roof, St. Albans. 
1745 do. Lady Chapel, Chichester. 

1897. 1753 Abbey church, St. Savin. 
1758 do. do. 

1762 do. do. 

1855 Painted Sculpture, Albi 
Cathedral. 

1898. 1699 Painted Decoration, St. 

Matthew's church, Yiewsley. 
1701 Chapels, etc., Nottingham 
Cemetery. 
2, New Square, Lincoln's Inn. 
1900. 1765 Church at Exeter. 

1769 do. Barnsley, Yorkshire. 
1903. 16-0 Liverpool Cathedral. 
1672 do. do. 



CORMACK, Mrs. (formerly Miss 
Minnie Everett). 

Engraver and Painter. 

70, Hampstead Road. 

1892. 1606 The Rt. Hon. Arthur Balfour, 

M.P. After L. Alma- 
Tadema, R.A. 

1893. 1478 The late Duke of Cleveland. 

After Frank HoU, R.A. 
Pomona House, 

Neiv King's Road. 
1897. 1422 Rose; miniature. 

1899. 1284 Mrs. Pulie; miniature. 

1900. 718 Startled. 
720 Titania. 

1901. 780 The Gull Queen. 

17, Edith Grove, 

Fulham Road. 

1902. 49 "Come unto these yellow 

sands." 
626 The bather. 
II. 



CORMACK, N Painter. 

9, Cockspur Street. 

1814. 439 Portrait of a gentleman. 
461 do. do. 

33, Neiv Bond Street. 

1815. 534 Portrait of himself. 

696 do. a gentleman. 

1816. 771 do. do. 



CORNELISSEN, Miss Marie (after- 
wards Mrs. Seymour Lucas). 

Painter. 

21, Queen's Square, Bloomsbury. 
1877. 145 Phyllis. 

1879. 450 Foundling Hospital — Sunday 
morning. 
560 "The latest." 

Airs. Seymour Lucas, 
New Place, Woodchurch Road, 
West Hatnpstead. 
1883. 63 Tired out. 
1885. 480 Les Compotes. 
717 In disgrace. 

1887. 777 The Tyrant. 

1888. 315 Our baby King, Henry VI by 

the Grace of God, Kynge of 
Englond and Fraunce and 
Lorde of Irelond. 
931 Alice in Wonderland. 

1889. 290 Ethel, youngest daughter of E. 

Bellamy, Esq. 

1890. 908 The conquering hero. 

1 89 1. 2086 Marie Seymour Lucas; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1892. 984 Miss Herbert of Clytha. 

1893. 694 Waifs and strays. 

728 "We are but little children 
weak. Nor born to any high 
estate." 

759 Marguerite. "All else were 
sleeping, etc." 

1894. 623 Types of English beauty. 

1895. 7°9 Cinderella's Dream. 

759 Little Ellie sits alone 'mid the 
beeches of a meadow. 

1896. 535 " Till the final harvest hour." 
702 Ancestors. 

1897. 844 "Oh look!" 

1898. 816 The children's hour. 

1899. 417 Dorothy, daughter of Swinfen 

Eady, Esq., Q.C. 

1900. 264 Birdie Lewin, granny's darling. 
444 The hearth witch. 

505 Peggy and Kitty, daughters of 
E. A. Barry, Esq. 

1901. 340 " Only me." 

492 Dainties from the hall. 

1902. 585 Joan, daughter of G. Hickson, 

Esq. 



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THK ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cornelissen, Miss mmrie— continued. 
ic)02. 61J Isabel, daughter of H. Gam- 
man, Esq. 

1903. 168 Ivar Campbell, a peer's page 

at the Coronation of King 

Edward VII. 
243 May, daughter of Compton 

Domville, Esq. 
516 Our grandmothers. 

1904. 183 The lirst chapter. 

CORNER, A Architect. 

2, Alexander Place, Brompton. 

1846. 1188 Design for a national 

mausoleum. 

1847. 1156 Old gateway entrance to the 

tilt yard, Eltham, Kent. 

CORNICELIUS, G Painter. 

Hanem, Munich. 
1852. 14S Our Saviour with the woman 
of Samaria. 



CORNILLIET, J Painter. 

23, Old Bond Street. 
1870. 221 Un coin de la Gare a Lyon 
(Souvenir de Mai, 1859). 

CORNISH, William Permeanus. 

Painter. 
1 6, Grand Parade, 

Finchley Road. 
1898. 1 1 35 London East. "Toil, grime, 

and care, etc." 
I goo. 1207 The Morning of life. 
1 901. 1042 The Sussex downs near Mid- 
hurst. 
1904. 921 South downs and Pevensey 
Level. 



CORNMAN, H Sculptor. 

5, Great Newport Street. 

1799. 1080 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1800. 668 Mr. Downs. 

1802. 1086 Mr. Wilkinson; a model. 

1803. 865 The Earl of Carlisle. 

1805. 712 Bust of a gentleman. 

793 Portrait in wax of a gentleman. 
798 do. do. young lady. 

1806. 634 Captain Weltden; miniature. 
863 Bust of Mr. Downs. 

1810. 623 Portrait of a gentleman. 

181 1. 696 do. lady. 

1812. 622 Portraits of two ladies in wax 

1813. 538 Model of a lady. 

573 do. B. West, Esq. 
181 5. S31 Mr. Henderson. 



29, Newman Street. 

1816. 867 Mr. Stone. 

1817. 943 Model of H.R.H. the Princess 

Charlotte. 
971 Model of Lord Dudley and 
Ward. 

1 8 18. 1004 Model of Captain Maxwell. 
1017 do. a gentleman. 

1819. II 12 do. a lady. 

1820. 954 do. a gentleman. 

1 82 1. 1056 do. T. Valentine, Esq., 

professor of music. 

CORNMAN, P Sculptor. 

5, Great Newport Street. 
1788. 634 Model in wax. 

1790. 681 do. do. 

1 791. 63S Model of a lady. 

653 do. gentleman. 

1792. 764 Portrait of a lady in wax. 

CORNWALL, W. H Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1821. 988 View of Waterloo bridge. 
1823. 191 Berry Pomeroy Castle, near 
Totnes, Devon. 

COROT, Jean Baptiste Camille. 

Painter. 
98, Rtie Paradis Poissoniere. 
1869. 152 Les Nymphes. 

422 Figures with landscape. 

CORRIE, Miss E. J Painter. 

I, St. James' Villas, Exeter. 
iStj. 720 A brace of pheasants. 

CORRODI, H Painter. 

Casa Lerny, 

3, Piazza de Spagtia, Rome. 
1 88 1. 98 The storm in the desert — 
Egypt. 

CORRY, H. Lowry Architect. 

15, Wanvick Square. 
1903. 1 5 17 Design for a country house. 

CORSER, Thomas Painter. 

Bristol. 

1827. 588 Landscape: composition. 

1828. 953 do. do. 

CORSON, George Architect. 

25, Cookridge Street, Leeds. 
1875. 9^9 Spenfield, near Leeds, for J. W. 
Oxley, Esq. 
936 Warehouse of Haugh, Dunlop 

and Co., Bradford. 
1026 Spenfield. 



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171 



1878. 1042 Theatre and opera house, 

Leeds. 
1 106 Municipal offices, Leeds. 

1879. 1080 School Board offices, Leeds. 
1 11+ Free Library, Leeds. 

COSBIE, S Painter. 

2, 6'/. PauPs Churchyard. 
1864. 2t8 Ravenswood, from the "Bride 
of Lammermoor." 

COSLETT, R. G. 

Miniature Painter. 

70, Chisivell Street. 
1808. 256 Portrait of an old lady. 

479 Subject from the " Necro- 
mancers." 

31, Foley Street. 
i8ii. 201 A little girl with her dog. 
225 Portrait of a young lady. 

22, Chapel Street, Pentoiwille. 
1813. 615 Portrait of a gentleman. 
629 do. lady. 

761 The grandmother. 

14, Tavistock Row. 
Portrait of a lady. 



1818. 473 
484 
582 
601 
625 



1819. 



1820. 



1825. 



1827. 



4S6 
510 

550 
568 
569 
607 
608 
620 

5°3 
530 

531 
567 
611 
6,7 

619 

5,8 
52' 
550 
556 
574 
594 
7'5 
839 
869 

595 
596 

597 



do. gentleman. 

do. lady. 

do. gentleman. 

do. do. 

5, Southampton Roiv. 
Sir W. W. Doveton. 
Mr. Bodkin. 
Mr. Jones. 
Rev. J. Hall. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. do. 

Miss Fitzgerald. 
Mr. Washington Ashby. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. do. 

Mrs. Lomas. 
Mr. Hale. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. child. 

do. little girl. 

2, Chester Place, Lambeth. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. young lady. 

do. lady. 

do. gentleman. 

do. do. 

do. lady. 

do. gentleman. 

do. do. 

do. lady. 

18, Finshury Street. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. lady. 

Rev. H. G. Watkins. 



1784. 

1785- 
1786. 


528 

443 
4M 


1787. 


122 


1788. 


56 
76 




119 


1790. 


65 
67 




215 


I79I. 


53 



COSSE, Laurence J. 

Miniature Painter. 
At Mr. Hedges', 

Covent Garden. 
Coriolanus; a sketch. 
Gifts win women. 
414 Portrait of a young lady. 

90, Great Tichfield Street. 
122 Portrait of a young gentleman, 
with a hoop. 
Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. do. 

do. do. {Mr. 

Higgins or Dr. Bossy.) 
Venus with a cupid. 

do. do. 

Portraits of a young lady. 
Adam and Eve beholding the 
first instance of death in the 
murder of Abel. 
57 Venus lulling the God of love 

to rest. 
218 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
246 The Mary's at the grave of 

Christ. 
566 The portrait of a naval officer. 
177 Portrait of one of the Queen's 

chaplains. 
189 Virtue chiding love. 
271 Genius illuminating the world. 
252 A Bacchanalian. 
266 Portrait of a gentleman and 

his family. 
425 Portrait of a lady. 

31 The family distress occasioned 
by a lost child. 

32 The family happiness restored 
on the return of their lost 
child. 

215 A nymph reposing. 

563 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

595 do. an actress. 

1797. 405 The happy moment: coming 
from school. 

413 The painful moment : going to 

school. 
670 Joy, or preparing for a walk. 
678 Sorrow, or the mischance. 
770 A Venus. 

59, Mortimer Street. 

1798. 197 A cottage near Ramsgate. 
294 From the first chapter of Gene- 
sis: " In the beginning God 
created the heaven and the 
earth." 

Miss R. Leonard. 
Master W. Widmer. 

1799. 142 Master Ewald. 
307 Boys with a bird's nest. 
543 Portrait of a gentleman. 



1792. 
1793- 



1794. 



1795- 



1796. 



821 

847 
142 



I72 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cosse, 
1799. 



iSoo. 



1S02. 



1S03. 



1804. 



1805. 
1806. 



1807. 
1808. 

1809. 



1810. 

1811. 
1812. 
1813. 



Laurence J. — continued. 
uS Portrait of a lady. 
726 A frame containing the por- 
traits of an artist, Gen. Le 
Comte do Behague, a lady, 
Mr. Jals, and Miss Jats. 
307 Rev. J. Archer. 
359 Mr. Salter. 
533 The woodman at dinner. 
810 Frame containing the portraits 
of Mr. Rickett, Mr. R. Ric- 
kctt, Mr. M 'Arthur, a lady, 
and a gentleman. 
32, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
500 Portrait of a gentleman. 
886 A frame containing five por- 
traits. 

22, Charles Street. 

98 British happiness: the soldier's 

return. 

99 British happiness: the sailor's 

return. 

147 The defence, glory, and sup- 
port of England, transplant- 
ing the oak. 

832 A frame containing five minia- 
tures. 

27, Newman Street. 

282 The affliction of Providence re- 
lieved by Attention. 

4S5 Portrait of a lady. 

739 Portrait of gentlemen belong- 
ing to the City Light Horse 
Volunteers. 

577 Portraits of a gentleman and 
his nephew. 

310 Cottage, scene. 

689 Frame containing five minia- 
ture.s. 

842 Fairlop Tree, with a view of 
Epping Forest. 

303 The inside of an alehouse. 

298 Portrait of a gentleman. 

504 Boys going to school. 

117 Portrait of a gentleman. 

236 Portrait of Miss C. M. Mourgue 
ten years old, a child gifted 
by nature with very extra- 
ordinary mental endow- 
ments. " She lisp'd in num- 
bers, for the numbers came." 
— Pope. 

512 Portrait of a gentleman lately 
deceased. 

284 Boys coming from school. 

617 Portrait of a child. 

"42 do. young lady. 

253 A joke. 

40' The infant bruiser. 



1 8 14. 554 Portrait of a lady. 

1815. 251 Rev. J. S. C. Frey, a converted 

Jew, preacher of the gospel 
to his brethren the Jews. 
379 The Rev. T. Scott, of Aston, 
Sandford, Bucks, author of 
the " Exposition of the 
Bible," etc. 

1816. 580 Portrait of the late Mr. Salo- 





679 


Portrait of a young lady. 




780 


do. lady. 


I8I7. 


191 


A Polish Jew converted to 
Christianity. 




432 


The Woman of Samaria. 
" There cometh a woman of 
Samaria to draw water, etc." 


I8I8. 


477 


Portrait of a young lady. 


I8I9. 


5,6 


J. Finlay, Esq., late master of 
Streatham Academy, taken 
at the earnest solicitation of 
many of his former pupils. 


1820. 


446 


Mr. Ornie. 


I82I. 


189 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




58. 


do. lady. 




804 


The Salutation. "And Mary 
arose in those days, etc." 


1822. 


282 


The Holy Family. 


1823. 


234 


Rev. T. Robertson, Calcutta. 


1824. 


611 


Portrait of a young lady. 


1825. 


3.6 


do. gentleman. 


1826. 


68 


do. young lady. 


1827. 


II 


do. artist. 


1828. 


202 


" How sweet it is ! " 


1829. 


388 


Portrait of a young gentleman. 




1 1 26 


do. an eminent artist. 


1834. 


150 


do. a gentleman. 


1837- 


H5 


do. an artist. 



COSTA, Professor Giovanni da. 

Painter. 

2, Holland Park Road. 
352 Porto d'Anzio. 
417 Near Leghorn. 
513 Casting the net. 

33, Via Margutta, Rotne. 
994 Theshoreof the Mediterranean 

near Rome. 
439 Winter sunset, near Porto 

d'Anzio. 
397 View near Bocca d'Arno. 
244 Mouth of the Arno — dawn. 
566 A nook at Lerici. 

Sunrise on the Carrara Hills. 

The Mere. 

Palazzo Odescakhi in Prate, 

Rome. 
805 Bamborough Castle. 



1869 

1870 

1874 

1876 

1877 
1879 

1882 
1883 

1897. 



172 
181 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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COSTELLO, Miss Louisa Stuart. 

Miniature Painter. 

A/igel House, Hatnmcrsmith. 

1822. Soi Portrait of a lady. 

4, Upper Queen s Buildings, 

Brompton. 

1823. 490 Portrait of a young lady. 

2, Great Mar/borough Street. 

1825. 842 Portrait of a lady. 
843 Emily. 

855 Portrait of a lady. 

1826. 756 do. do. 

Brighton. 

1833. 590 Mary. "Of what age is siie? 

As a rose at fairest, Neither 
a bud nor blown." 

1834. 747 Eliza. 

1835. 719 Miss Lloyd. 

1836. 634 Mina and her love-bird. 

1837. 625 Lady Augusta Gordon and 

child. 
S84 Dudley Costello, Esq., F.S.A. 

1838. 809 William Henry Kennedy Ers- 

kine, son of Lady Augusta 
Gordon. 

1839. 861 Portrait of the son of the Hon. 

Colonel Dawson Damer. 

COSTER, De. See D. 

COSTOLI, Aristodeme Sculptor. 

1845. 132S A gladiator. 

COSWAY, Richard, R.A. 

Miniature Painter. 
Berkley St., Berkley Square. 

1770. 47 Portrait of an ofificer; whole 

length. 

48 A portrait in the character of 

Minerva. 

49 The portraits of a gentleman, 

his wife and sister, in the 
character of Fortitude in- 
troducing Hope as the com- 
panion to distress. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

Berkley Row. 
I'JI'i. 44 A lady and her daughters in 
the characters of Virtue and 
Beauty, directed by Wisdom 
to sacrifice at the altar of 
Diana. {The Coutitess of 
Carrick a?id her daughters. 
Lady Henrietta a?td Lady 
Margaret Butler.) {Ta7odry. 
— Walpole.) 

1771. 45 Portrait of an Armenian. 

( Very good. — Walpole.) 
46 Venus and Cupid; a study. 



1 77 1. 47 A portrait of a gentleman in 

miniature. 

Berkley Street. 

1772. 56 Rinaldo and Armida, from 

Tasso. 

57 A miniature, in the character 

of Cupid. 
(Elected R.A.) 
■ 773- S3 Portrait of a lady and her son 
in the characters of Venus 
Victrix and Cupid. 
54 Portrait of a child in the char- 
acter of St. John. {Master 
James Townsend, soti of the 
Hon. Charles To^cnsend and 
Lady Greenwich.) 

1774. 47 A small whole length of a lady. 

1775. 68 Europa. (Tawdry. — Walpole.) 
69 Portrait of a lady; miniature. 

1776. 63 A Madonna and Child; por- 

traits. ( Woman's head very 
natural, child's ill placed. — - 
Walpole.) 
64 Portrait of a young lady in the 
character of Psyche; a minia- 
ture. 

1777. 66 Portraits of a nobleman's 

children at play. 
67 Portrait of a lady in miniature. 

1778. 66 A Cupid, the portrait of a young 

nobleman. {Lord Barry- 
more. — Walpole.) 
67 Peace and Love; a miniature. 

1779. 57 A lady; Kitcat. 

58 A lady playing on the harp; 

small whole length. 

1780. 26 Love and innocence, (/"w^^a^/)' 

Lady Duncannon and child.) 
93 Portrait of a lady in the char- 
acter of the Comic Muse; a 
tinted drawing. {Mrs. Ab- 
ington. ) 

1781. 22 Her royal highness the dutchess 

of Cumberland. 
197 Sigismunda. 

1782. 131 Portrait of a nobleman's child. 

{Probably Lady Catherine 
Poulett.) 
212 Portraits of a nobleman's chil- 
dren. {Probably children of 
the Earl of Cork.) 

1783. 74 Wisdom, Prudence, and Valour 

arming St. George. {The 
Prince of Wales.) {Very 
unlike. — Walpole.) 

1784. 38 The angel delivering St. Peter 

from prison. 
96 Portrait of a lady protected by 
the comic muse. {Mrs. 
Cowley.) 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Coswav, Richard, R.A.— continued. 

Pall Mall. 

1785. 120 Pastor Bonus: the portrait of 

a nobleman's child; whole 
length. 
141 Portrait of a young gentleman; 

whole length. 
145 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 
quarters. {Probably James 
Button.) 
(Principal Painter to His Royal Highness 
the Prince of Wales.) 

1786. 135 Portraits of a lady and her 

daughter. {Duchess of Rich- 
mond.') 

1787. 53 View from the breakfast room 

in a gentleman's house in 
Pall Mall, with the portrait 
of a lady by Mr. Cosway. 
{Mrs. Cosway. — Walpole.) 
This was exhibited as a 
work by IV. Hodges, R.A., 
who painted the rest of the 
picture. 
93 Portraits of a lady and her 
child; whole length. {Lady 
Page Turner. — Walpole.) 

Stratford Place. 

1798. 71 Portrait of General Paoli. 
161 David and Bersheba. 

1799. 165 Venus and Adonis. 
20S Portrait of a lady. 

1800. 143 do. Master C. H. Sturt. 
221 Portraits of the two sons of the 

Marquis of Blandford. 

{Lords George and Charles 

Spencer.) 
532 Portrait of Lady B. Ashley. 
1803. 119 The flight into Egypt. 
1806. 23; Portrait of Lady Caroline 

Spencer, daughter of the 

Marquis of Blandford, as an 

angel. 

COSWAY, Mrs. Richard (formerly 

Miss Maria Hadfield) . Painter. 

Berkley Street. 

1 78 1. 11 Rinaldo. 

68 Creusa appearing to ^neas. 
139 Like patience on a monument, 
smiling at grief. 

1782. 2 Darthula, in defending the 

body of her vanquished 
father, discovers herself to 
Cairbar her lover. — Ossian. 
17 "As when fair Cynthia in 
darksome might Is in a 
nayous cloud enveloped 
Where she may find the sub- 
stance thin and light. Breaks 



forth her silver beams, and 
her bright head Discovers to 
the world discomfited." Vide 
Spencer's " Fairy Queen." 
{Duchess of Devonshire as 
Diana in the air. Extrava- 
gant. — Walpole.) 

1782. 78 Eolus raising a storm. 
129 A magdalen. 

1783. 39 Little Red Riding Hood. 

54 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Cos- 
way.) 

192 "Althan stood in the wood 
alone, and saw a ghost in 
the darkening air, his stride 
extended from hill to hill." 
— Ossian, vol. i. 

261 The Hours. 
17S4. 120 A Persian going to adore the 
sun. 

205 Sampson. — Judges, chap, xvi, 

ver. 30. 

206 Astrea instructing Arthegal. 

" So thence him far she 
brought into a cave, from 
company exiled. In which 
she nurs'd him, till years he 
wrought, and all the disci- 
pline of Justice thence him 
taught." {Mrs. Braddylland 
her son. ) 
3S6 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
Pall Mall. 

1785. 34 AlmangorandOsmida. ("Upon 

the earth they saw the hoary 
monarch supporting on his 
knee the drooping head of 
his unhappy child, his hands 
were clasped and raised to- 
wards that heaven, etc., etc.") 
Vide Mrs. Cowley's "Maid 
of Arragon." 
65 The deluge. 

106 A shepherdess. 

224 Clytie, etc. 

248 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Cos- 
7C'ay.) 

255 Basilisas's dream. ( J^ide " Dio- 
dorus Siculus.") 

1786. 121 A vision. 

1787. I Young Cybele with two 

nymphs; portraits. {Lady 
Charlotte, Lady Anne, and 
Lady Prances Villiers.) 

65 Young Bacchus ; portrait. 
{Hon. Mr. Lamhe.) 

80 An Enchantress; portraits of a 
lady with two of her children. 
{Countess of Jersey.) 
170 Psyche; portrait. {Mdlle. Pinto.) 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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1787. 251 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Cos- 

way.) 

1788. 191 Laura. Ftde Petrarch. (A/rs. 

Fitzherhert. ) 
237 Portrait of a lady and her son. 
{Mrs. Fiirkins.) 

1789. loi A dying child, summoned by 

the spirit of its deceased 
parents: an historical fact. 
{A/iss Gardnor and Lady 
Tcnvnshend. — \Valpole.) 

112 Medusa. 

Strafford Place, Oxford Street. 
1796. 30 An Hebrew woman carrying 
her purification offering to 
the Temple. 
1800. 23 The birth of the Thames. 

122 Angelica. "How oft inscrib'd 
with Friendship's votive 
rhyme, The bark now sil- 
ver'd by the touch of time!" 
— Rogers. 

131 "There, while the shaded 
lamp's mild lustre streams 
Read antient books, or woo 
inspiring dreams." — Rogers. 

137 Miss Loftus and Miss H. 
Loftus. 

149 Perseverance. 

1800. 54S Miss Linwood. 

705 Portrait of the Princess de 
Rauveau. " And jocund 
day stands tiptoe on the 
misty mountain's top." 

1 80 1. 36 The guardian angel. 
114 The call of Samuel. 

232 The exultation of the Virgin 
Mary, or the salvation of 
mankind, purchased by the 
death of Jesus Christ. 

COTCHETT, T Painter. 

School of Desigti, 

Somerset House. 
1849. 95 Group of flowers from nature. 

COTES, Francis, R.A Painter. 

Cavendish Square. 
1769. 22 A portrait of a lady; whole 
length. 

23 A portrait of a young gentle- 

man; whole length. {Very 
pretty. — Walpole.) 

24 A portrait of a lady; half length. 

{Mrs. Bouverie. — Walpole.) 

25 A portrait of a gentleman ; half 

length. 

26 A portrait of a lady and gentle- 

man at chess. 



1769. 27 A portrait in crayons of His 

Royal Highness the Duke 
of Gloucester. {Exceedingly 
like. — Walpole.) 
28 A young lady in crayons in the 
character of Hebe. ( Very 
pretty. — Walpole. ) 

1770. 50 A portrait of a lady; whole 

length. {Mrs. Sanifiridge, 
wife of the Alderman, with 
a palm branch and inscrip- 
tion " Templum felicitatis." 
—Walpole.) 

51 A portrait of a gentleman; 

whole length. 

52 do. do. do. 

53 A portrait of a lady; half 

length. 

54 A portrait of a lady; an oval. 

55 A portrait of a lady; three- 

quarters. 

56 A portrait of a gentleman; 

three-quarters. {Duke of 
Beaufort. — Walpole.) 
5/ A portrait of a gentleman; 
three-quarters. {Mr. Wat- 
man.) 

58 A portrait of His Royal High- 

ness the Duke of Cumber- 
land ; in crayons. 

59 A portrait of a lady ; in crayons. 

{His o'lvn ivife with a shock 
dog. — Walpole.) 

60 A portrait of a lady; in crayons. 

COTES, P. B Architect. 

14, Panton Street. 

1798. 931 Design for a bath. 

At Mr. J. Malton's, 

17, Norton Street. 

1799. 968 Lighthouse on the pier, Rams- 

gate. 
At Messrs. Armstrong and 

Wyatfs, Avery Row. 

1 80 1. 924 A design for an Egyptian 

mausoleum. 

1802. 994 A country residence in the 

Castle style. 

1804. 883 Antique Capitals, from sketches 

at Alexandria by Col. Turner. 

1805. 725 The Hall of Alexander; an 

idea from Dryden's ode. 

COTES, SamueL.. Miniature Painter. 

25, Piercy Street, 

Rathbone Place. 
1769. 29 A portrait in miniature of Mrs. 
Yates in the character of 
Electra. {Pretty well. — Wal- 
pole.) 



176 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cotes, 



770. 

77'' 
772, 



773- 



Samuel — continued. 

Percy Street, Rathbone Place. 
61 Five portraits; in miniature. 
48 Three ladies ; miniatures. 
54 Portrait of a lady; in miniature, 
do. an old man. 
do. a lady; in miniature. 
{Miss Linley. 



55 

55 



774- 
775- 



776. 

777 
778 

779 
780 
781 

782 

783 
784, 

785 

786 

787 
788 

789. 



56 

57 
48 
70 
7' 
7- 
65 
66 

67 



do. do. 

do. a gentleman, 
do. a lady; in miniature. 
do. do. 

do. do. 

do. a child; do. 
do. a lady; miniature, 
do. do. 

do. do. 

68 Six portraits in miniature. 
68 A frame with four portraits in 

miniature. 
59 Seven portraits in miniature. 
226 Frame with miniatures. 
288 Portrait of a gentleman. 
do. young lady, 

do. gentleman, 

do. lady, 

do. do. 

do. gentleman. {Mr. 

Ifo7vard.) 
Portrait of a celebrated public 
character; in miniature. 
300 Portrait of a lady; miniature. 



296 
302 
3,8 

268 
'93 



320 
289 
341 
373 
443 
445 
260 

358 



do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 



gentleman; do. 

lady. 

gentleman. 

do. 

do. 
young lady, 
lady, 
gentleman. 



COTESWORTH, Miss Lillias E. 

Painter. 

Abbotsu'orth, Winchester. 
1886. 864 Anemones. 



COTMAN, Frederick George, P.I. 

85, London Road, Ipswich. 
474 Henry Edmund Cotman, Esq. 
St. Peter's., Ipswich. 
Cleanliness is next to Godli- 
ness. 

30, Gower Street. 
Summer — noon. 
Among the lilies. 
Abraham and Isaac. 
61 Frank May, Esq. 
264 Noah. " Then he put forth his 

hand and took her, etc." 
1050 The death of Eucles. 



1871. 
1872. 

1873- 
1874. 



914 



205 
1035 
1055 



1875- 
1876. 



1880. 
1881. 



67 
622 

'54 

456 

951 



1877. 


77 


1878. 


375 

69 

94S 




1012 


1879. 


233 



3'7 



3=4 
10 



1 40 1 
661 



1883. 


399 




1484 


1884. 


35' 




1652 


i88s. 


"33 


1886. 


22 


1889. 


150S 


1890. 


644 




1342 


1891. 


300 




595 


1892. 


959 




1116 


1894. 


I io6 


1898. 


276 




1 149 


1899. 


173 


1900. 


727 




736 




741 




764 



Hogarth Club. 

The weary gleaner. 

Vigilance and sleep. 

I o, Boscobel Place. 

Edith Caroline, daughter of 
Henry Hucks Gibbs, Esq. 

The Rev. John Eyre Yonge, 
M.A., of Eton College. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

An anxious heart. " God is 
over all and heaven above 
thee, etc." 

" Brag." 

Charles D. Prideaux Brune, 
Esq. 

Family Group. 

Mrs. Dearman Birchall. 

Au revoir. 

Edward Greene, Esq., M.P. 

The Rt. Rev. Edward Trol- 
lope, D.D., Bishop Suffragan 
of Nottingham. 

The old, old story. 

Ethel; a portrait. 

One of the family. 

"Where's your master?" por- 
trait of Lady Theodora Guest 
and favourite dog "Lemon." 

Hubert, son of H. de F. Mont- 
gomery, Esq. 

Dummy Whist ; portraits of the 
Marchioness of Westminster 
and Mr. and Lady Theodora 
Guest. 

At last ! 

Vice-Admiral Sir G. H. Rich- 
ards, C.B., F.R.S. 

Rebellion on the throne. 

Miss Guest. 

Woolspinners. 

At the lock. 

Saint Ives. 

Where the Stour and Avon 
meet. 

Near Spalding. 

Exeter. 

Corfe. 

A passing storm — Corfe. 

Bamburgh Castle — evening. 

Moonrise. 

2, High Street, Lowestoft. 

Harbour lights — Lowestoft. 

On the slips, Lowestoft. 

Arts Club, 40, Dover Street. 

Winter sunrise on the Aide. 

Framlingham. 

Departing ray of sunshine — 
Blythburgh. 

On the Aide. 

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177 



1903. 451 William Groom, Esq. Presen- 

tation portrait. 

1904. 103 Pamela, daughter of John D. 

Cobbold, Esq. 

COTMAN, John Joseph Painter. 

1853. 198 Landscape. 



COTMAN, 

1800. 334 
342 

343 
424 

55° 
596 

1801. 311 
410 

1S02. 420 

430 



1803. 381 
446 
576 

1804. 375 
409 

41S 
462 

498 
564 
928 

1805. 3^5 
448 
509 
626 



1806. 341 
460 
461 
494 

524 
540 



John Sell Painter. 

28, Gerrard Street, Soho. 
A watermill near Dorking, 

Surrey. 
A cottage near Guildford 

churchyard. 
Back of an inn near Guildford. 
Leatherhead Church, Surrey. 
Harlech Castle, Wales. 
Cottage — Dorking, Surrey. 
Brecknock. 
Llantony Abbey. 

127, Neiv Bond Street. 
Caernarvon Castle, North 

Wales. 
A grindstone near Harlech, 

North Wales. 

107, New Bond Street. 
Morning. 

Buildwas Abbey, Shropshire. 
Banwell, Somersetshire. 
Near Barmouth, North Wales. 
Newburgh Park, Yorkshire, the 

seat of T. W. Belasyse, Esq. 
do. do. do. 

East window of Howden 

church. 
Rivaulx Abbey, Yorkshire. 
Fountain Abbey, Yorkshire. 
Gormire, Yorkshire. 
20, Woodstock Street, Bond St. 
A study of trees. 
A draining-mill. 
Croyland Abbey, Lincolnshire. 
Gateway — Croyland Abbey. 
71, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 
In Castle Eden Dean, Durham. 
Horses drinking. 
Durham Cathedral. 
Distant View of Greta bridge, 

Yorkshire. 
On the river Greta, Yorkshire. 
Barnard Castle, from Towler- 

hill. 



COTMAN, Miles Painter. 

42, Hunter Street, 

Brunswick Square. 

1840. 452 Sea view. 

1841. 440 Boats becalmed. 
583 A lee-shore. 



9, Holies Place, 

Haverstock Hill. 
185 1. 771 Near the coast — a recollection. 

COTON Gem Engraver. 

At Mr. Brown's, 
Coppice Road, Coldbath Fields. 
1782. 339 Head of Neptune. 

COTSWORTH, W. H Architect. 

II, Trinity Street, Soutlnvark. 

1836. 1005 Design for public building. 

1837. 1018 do. a font. 

1839. 1144 do. public building. 

COTTERILL, Edmund Sculptor. 

d-j, John Street, Fitzroy Square. 
1822. 996 A faun. 

1S23. 1091 Sketch in clay: Theseus rescu- 
ing Hippodamia from the 
Centaur. 
1093 The Angel overcoming Satan; 
a sketch in clay. 

1824. 1000 A sketch in clay: Hercules 

delivering Theseus from the 
infernal regions leaves 
Pirithous to his fate. 
1016 A sketch in clay: Midsummer 
Night's dream ; Titania, 
Bottom, and sprites. 

1825. 1047 Hercules rescuing Hesione 

from the sea monster; a 
sketch in clay. 
1060 Venus. 

1826. 1037 Castor and Pollux carrying off 

the daughters of King 
Leucippus. 
1082 Hero and Leander; a sketch. 

1827. 1073 Theseus rescuing Hippodamia 

from the Centaur. 

1099 Ganymede; a sketch in clay. 

1 1 00 Death of the stag; do. 

1828. 1162 Poor Vulcan; a sketch. 

1 166 The wolf and vulture contend- 
ing over the body of the 
fallen warrior; a sketch. 

76, Nnvman Street. 

1834. 1041 Alto Relievo description of the 
name of Buccleuch. " When 
old Buccleuch the name did 
gain When in the cleuch the 
buck was ta'en." 

1836. I no A study from nature. 

25, Hay market. 

1839. 1308 Small bronze equestrian statue 
of Her Majesty as she ap- 
peared at the review of the 
household troops in Windsor 
Park, 1837. 

A A 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cotterill, Edmund — continued. 

1S39. 1311 Small bronze equestrian statue 
of the Duke of Wellington 
as at Waterloo on his cele- 
brated charger Copenhagen. 
1842. 1307 St. George; a group in bronze. 
2, Golden Square. 

1846. 1409 Half-size model: Equestrian 

statue of ist Duke of Marl- 
borough. 

25, Haymarket. 

1847. 1390 An equestrian statue in bronze 

of Field-Marshal the Mar- 
quess of Anglesea as Colonel 
of the 7th Hussars. 

1848. 1349 Group in bronze: the contest. 
1S50. 1351 A Spanish bull-fight. 

1851. 1306 Saphadin, the brother of 

Saladin, receiving the honour 
of knighthood from Richard 
Coeur de Lion. 

1852. 1356 The encounter between Robert 

Bruce and Sir Henry de 
Bohun at the Battle of Ban- 
nockburn. " He was riding 
in front of his troops on a 
little palfrey, etc." 

1855. 1 501 The Suffolk punch-cart horse. 
1514 The stirrup-cup. 

1858. 12+2 Horses playing; group in 
bronze. 



COTTINGHAM, Lewis Nockalls. 

Architect. 

66, Great Queen Street. 

1826. 906 West front Rochester Cathedral, 

etc." 

Waterloo Bridge Road. 

1827. 976 Snelston Hall, Derbyshire. 

1828. 1114 Entrance to library, Rochester 

cathedral. 

1829. 1052 Entrance, Snelston Hall. 

1060 Interior, Magdalen College 
Chapel, O.xford. 
4, Bazing Place, Lambeth. 

1830. 1078 Interior, Magdalen College 

Chapel. 

1 83 1. 1066 do. do. do. 

1832. 956 Part of Mr. Cottingham's studio 

of English antiquities. 
993 New Hall, Fishmongers' Com- 
pany, etc. 
1834. 927 A Louis XIV drawing-room at 
Coombe Abbey. 
932 Entrance, Coombe Abbey. 
957 do. do. 

1012 do. do. 

1837. 1038 New Houses of Parliament, etc. 
1043 Central Saloon, do. 



1838. 1099 Monument in Armagh Cathe- 
dral to Colonel Kelly. 
43, Waterloo Bridge Road. 

1840. 103 1 Village church in Derbyshire. 

1842. 1083 The High Altar, St. Alban's 

Abbey. " After the second 
battle at St. Albans the 
Queen caused the King to 
knight his son before High 
Altar, etc." 
1123 Choir of Hereford Cathedral. 

1843. 12S5 Interior, do. 

COTTINGHAM, L. N. and Son. 

Architects. 

43, Waterloo Bridge Road. 

1845. 1179 Church of St. Helen, Thorney, 

Notts. 

1846. 1306 Clifton Hall, Notts, for Sir 

Lukes Clifton, Bart. 

COTTINGHAM, N.J. ... Architect. 

43, Waterloo Bi-idge Road. 

1 84 1. 1016 Throne in RochesterCathedral. 

1842. 1065 Bishop Stanbury's chauntry, 

Hereford Cathedral. 

1843. 1304 A Royal visit to the " Abbeje 

of St. Edmund Bury," etc. 
"On Christmas eve the 
aldermen . . . met His 
Majesty on Newmarket 
heath, etc." 
1848. 1 157 Village Schools, Great Chester- 
ford. 
127S New Corn Exchange, etc.. 
Saffron Walden, Essex. 

6, Argyle Place. 

1852. 1156 Theberton Hall, Suffolk. 

1853. 1 105 New Savings Bank, Bury St. 

Edmunds. 

COTTON, J Painter. 

14, Rodney Street, Pentonville. 

1809. 467 Flowers. 

1810. 342 do. 

COTTON, Mrs. Leslie (Mariette). 

Painter. 

1 89 1. 561 F. T. Martin, Esq. 
1375 Mrs. Mahlon Sands. 

77 a, Gabelsberger Strass, 

Munich. 

1892. 644 Portrait of the artist. 

COTTON, Miss Painter. 

1815. 63S A spaniel. 

Chicheley, Newport Pagnell. 

181 7. 554 Fruit and flowers from nature. 

1818. 525 Flowers from nature. 

18 1 9. 692 do. do. 



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157, Strand. 
1820. 547 Flowers. 
1S21. 656 Composition of flowers from 

nature. 
1822. 53S Fruit and flowers. 

COTTRELL, Wellesley Painter. 

Grosvenor Mansions, 

Birmingham. 
i88g. 309 Low water on the Welsh coast. 

1892. 632 A home of the past. 
697 The hour of shadows. 

1893. 13 A glimpse of the river Conway. 
1896. S74 A grey morning. 

COUCHMAN, C Architect. 

Kensington. 

1836. 1030 St. Barnabas' Chapel, Addison 
Road. 

1 84 1. 956 Hyde Park Gardens, Padding- 
ton. 

COUCHMAN, Miss Florence A. 

Painter. 

7, Pembury Road, Tottenham. 
1890. 1853 South chapel, St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral. 

COUGHTRIE.James B Painter. 

10, Dorset Terrace. 
1863. 760 Dolly's new frock. 

COUGHTRIE, Miss Kate R. 

Painter. 

85, Sinclair Road, Kensington. 
1904. 275 "Then shall this mouldering 
frame of flesh, etc." 

COUGNARD, Miss Augusta. 

Miniature Painter. 

7, Colville Road, IF. 
1886. 1347 Miss Christian. 

47, Bedford Square. 
1888. 1572 W. Spencer Stanhope, Esq. 

40, IJ^ancick Road. 
18S9. 1623 Miss C. Spencer Stanhope. 

COULDERY, Horatio Henry. 

Painter. 

50, Rathbone Place. 
1 86 1. 427 Mackerel. 
444 Herrings. 

I, Campbell Villas, Lewisham. 
1867. Ill Victory. 

550 Hunger knows no danger. 
1869. 861 A tempting dish. 
1872. 77 Waiting for crumbs. 



1875- 

1S76. 
1881. 



1882. 



1883. 
1S84. 
1888. 
1889. 
1892. 



Maude Villa, Sydenham. 

169 The little epicure. 

414 A fascinating tail. 

283 An old poacher. 

910 Innocence. 

918 A stray kitten. 
1397 Tom and Batapouf. 
14S5 Peeping Tom. 
1527 His Lordship's larder. 

I, Elisabeth I'illas, Sydenham. 

46 A lobster supper. 

47 Kittens and pheasants. 
913 The first mouse. 

413 Black game. 
715 Out of danger. 
759 The end of a tail. 



COULDERY, R Painter. 

Plough Bridge, Lcivisham. 
1S45. 596 Moonrise; sketch near Can- 
terbury. 
1846. 479 Twilight; a sketch. 

570 Snow scene; a sketch from 

nature. 
1 167 Moonrise; a sketch — Great 
Malvern, Worcestershire. 

COULDERY, Thomas W. ..Painter. 

12, New Court, Lincoln's Inn. 

1883. 1 103 Washing-day to-morrow. 

1884. 1105 A bit of fun. 

1886. 1260 The road to Itchenor Ferry. 

COULDERY, W. E Architect. 

13, Bunhill Row. 

1805. 727 Design for a gateway. 
755 do. mansion. 

1806. 848 do. bath. 
89 1 do. villa. 

COULON, James Painter. 

473, Fulham Road. 
1892. 269 Peonies. 

COULTER, William Painter. 

Elstead, Godalming. 
1884. 550 Birch trees, Surrey. 

Weyburti, Godalming. 
1889. 1743 Birch Trees. 

COUNTZE, F Painter. 

Palace Green, Kensington. 
1795. 43 Judas after having betrayed his 
master. 
45 The little loyalist. 

41, Suffolk Street. 
, 1796. 24 Adoration. 

71 Hector challenging the Greeks 
to single combat. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Countze, F. — continued. 

Paltw Green, Kensington. 
1797. 254 Landscape and figures. 
1799. 198 do. cattle — morn- 

ing. 
533 Peasant m a thunderstorm. 
847 View from the Earl of Leices- 
ter's terrace, Richmond. 
850 View from Richmond Hill. 

COUPER, William Sculptor. 

6, Via Dante, Florence. 
1885. 1968 Psyche; statue, marble. 

2047 A Vision; low relief, marble. 
2064 Before the scenes; low relief, 
marble. 

COUR, Dela. .S-^r D. 

C O U R A N T, Maurice Auguste 

Franqois Painter. 

28, Old Bond Street. 

1878. 1329 Somewhat fresh. 

112, New Bond Street. 

1879. 94 A chopping sea. 

COURDONAN, V Painter. 

Toulon. 
1854. 22 View of Toulon. 

COURT, W Miniature Painter. 

2, Devonshire Street, 

Queen's Square. 
1785. 131 Portrait of a lady. 

1 6, Upper Harley Street. 

1796. 526 Portrait of a gentleman. 
531 do. lady. 

558 do. gentleman. 

62, Paddington Street. 

1797. 860 Portrait of a comedian. 

880 do. young gentleman. 

95' do. an artist. {Sir F. 

Bourgeois.) 
1041 Portrait of a lady. 

1798. 835 Portraits of Mr. Gray, Mr. 

Hobson, and three others. 

1799. 72S A frame containing five por- 

traits. 

1800. 868 Mrs. Hawkins. 
914 Mrs. Smith. 

20, Noel Street, O.xford Street. 

1802. 817 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

20, Castle Street, 

near Berners Street. 

1803. 819 Miss Foley. 

839 Portrait of a tragedian. 
62, Paddington Street, 

Marylebo)ie. 

1805. 351 Portrait of a lady. 

1806. 784 Mr. Edbrook. 



1822. 822 Portrait of a lady. 

1823. 928 do. gentleman. 

— Court, 

Rue de Vancienne Comedie, 
and 14, Leicester Square. 
1836. 141 Painful recollections. 
203 Portrait of a lady. 
350 do. Spanish lady. 

COURTAULD, Miss Edith. 

Painter. 

Backing Bridge, Braintree. 
1864. 269 Twilight. 
1868. 58 Wind and cloud. 

45, Grove End Read. 

187 1. 574 Memories of the first Palm 

.Sunday: on the path from 
Bethany to Jerusalem. 
" Palms strewn in joy are 
gathered now with tears, 
etc." 

1872. 360 " And Peter went out and wept 

bitterly, etc." 
iioS Daybreak on Mount Calvary, 
after the Entombment. 
"Thou art mournful and full 
of sorrow, etc." 
{See Mrs. Arendrup, page 59.) 

COURTNEY, F.... Miniature Painter. 

59, Quadrant. 

1835. 625 Portrait of a gentleman. 
8S2 Baroness de Clifford. 

67, Quadrant. 

1836. 807 A portrait. 

95, Quadrant. 

1837. 781 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1838. loio Portrait. 

1S39. 1024 do. of a lady. 
1 84 1. 797 Portrait. 

COURTNEY, H. F. T Architect. 

5, College Street, Chelsea. 
1834. 947 Design for a new Temple Bar, 

etc. 
1835- 9'^ Interior of a church. 

1839. 1092 Design for memorial to Lord 

Nelson. 

COURTNEY, J Painter. 

1 14, Neiv Bond Street. 
1836. 601 Avenue of chestnut trees, 
Betchworth Park, Surrey. 

COURTRY, Charles Louis. 

Engraver. 

294, City Road. 

1884. 1429 Homeless. After A. H. Marsh. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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COUSEN, John Painter. 

Fawsott's Road, 

South Norwood. 

1863. 771 Hastings. 

1864. 68 3 Arundel Park. 



COUSINS, Samuel, i?.^... Engraver. 

163, Albany Street, 

liei^eiii's Park. 

1837. 759 The maid of Saragossa. From 

the picture by Sir David 
Wilkie, R.A, 
954 Bolton Abbey in the olden 
times. From the picture by 
E. Landseer, R.A. 

1838. 1056 Ladies Harriet and Beatrice 

Hamilton, children of the 
Marquess and Marchioness 
of Abercorn. From the pic- 
ture by E. Landseer, R.A. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

15, Osnaburgh Street. 
1 84 1. 951 Portraits of the Marquess of 
Stafford and the Lady 
Evelyn Gower, Dunrobin 
Castle in the distance. From 
the picture by Edwin Land- 
seer, R.A. 

1843. 1150 Her Majesty receiving the 

sacrament at her coronation. 
From the picture by Charles 
Robert Leslie, R.A. 

1844. 1040 Portrait of Sir Charles Forbes, 

Bart. Engraved froni the 
statue of Sir Fra>icis Cliant- 
rey. 

1847. 1060 Portrait of Miss Eliza Peel. 
After the picture by Edwin 
Landseer, R.A. 
1069 Christ weeping over Jerusa- 
lem. After the picture by 
C. L. Eastlake, R.A. 
12, Regent's Park Terrace. 

1850. 1096 Group of Her Majesty, H.R.H. 
Prince Albert and the Royal 
Family. After the original 
picture by F. VVinterhaltcr. 

1853. 1046 Portrait of Peter Barlow, Esq. 

From the picture by W. 
Boxall, A.R.A. 

1854. 854 Thomas Selby, Esq. {Drazv- 

ing.) 
857 Portrait of the late Mrs. Cole- 
man. {Drawing) 

1000 Capt. Thomas Impett, late of 
the 32nd regiment of Foot. 
{Draiving) 

1071 "Speak, for thy servant hear- 
eth " (i Sam. iii, 10). 



(Elected R.A.) 

24, Camden Square. 

1857. 97i His Imperial Majesty Napoleon 

HI, Emperor of the French. 
Engraved from the picture 
by F. Winterhalter. 
98 1 Her Imperial Majesty Eugdnie, 
Empress of the French. En- 
graved from the picture by 
F. Winterhalter. 

1858. 1 121) A Midsummer Night's Dream. 

Painted by Sir E. Landseer, 
R.A. 
1 137 H.R.H. Victoria, Princess 
Frederick William of Prussia. 
From the picture by F. Win- 
terhalter. 

1859. 1206 "Saved." From the original 

picture by Sir E. Landseer, 

R.A. 
i860. 937 Frederick Huth, Esq. From 

the picture painted by W. 

Boxall, A.R.A. 
1 86 1. 945 The mitherless bairn. From 

the picture by Thomas Faed. 

1863. 950 The inaid and the magpie. 

Painted by Sir Edwin Land- 
seer, R.A. 

1864. 824 From dawn to sunset. After 

T. Faed, R.A. 

1865. 874 Eleanor, Duchess of Northum- 

berland. After H. Weigall. 
1867. 933 Lady Mary Victoria Douglas 
Hamilton. After Winter- 
halter. 

1869. 1097 Sir Thomas Watson, Bart., 

M.D. After George Rich- 
mond, R.A. 

1870. 863 John Pemberton Heywood, 

Esq. From a picture by 
George Richmond, R.A. 

1871. 841 H.M. Gracious Majesty Queen 

Victoria. After Lowes Dick- 
enson. 

1874. 1256 The age of Innocence. 

1875. 1094 Portrait of Miss Bowles. After 

the picture by Sir J. Rey- 
nolds. 
1 107 New laid eggs. After J. E. 
Millais, R.A. 

1876. 1155 Lady Ann Fitzpatrick. After 
Sir J. Reynolds, P.R.A. 

Playmates. After T. H. Merle. 
The Princes in the Tower. 
After J. E. Millais, R.A. 
1880. 1270 Mrs. Brown. After E. Long, 
A.R.A. 



1877. 
1879. 



1281 
1253 



COUTTS Painter. 

1838. 114S Portrait of a lady. 



lS2 

COUTTS, 
1876. 749 

1879. 6S1 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 





69S 




S65 


IS80. 


7'I 




727 




S45 


1883. 


1044 


1884. 


975 




999 


1885. 


1360 




1446 


i886. 


12S0 


1887. 


1102 


i888. 


1204 




1299 


1889. 


'433 




1502 




1551 


1890. 


1261 




12S9 




1329 




'344 


1891. 


1314 




1346 




1418 


1892. 


1260 




1311 




1317 


1893. 


1114 




1189 


1894. 


955 




1146 


1895. 


941 


1896. 


"37 




1178 


1897. 


1084 




IIOI 




1241 




1247 



1898. 1209 



Hubert Painter. 

Loiighngg, Ambleside. 

Early summer, near Grasmere, 
Westmorland. 

Eltencater, Ambleside. 

A hunting morning: Colwith, 
near Ambleside. 

On the Fells, near Ambleside. 

The mouth of the Duddon, 
from the Westmorland Fells. 

Helvellyn, from the Thirlmere 
Fells. 

A feliside pasture, near Win- 
dermere. 

Grouse shooting on the Arm- 
both Fells, Keswick. 

The home of a .Skye crofter. 

A Highland smithy. 

Ben Eay, from Kinlochewe, 
Ross-shire. 

Kinlochewe, Ross-shire. 

Isle of lona. 

Sanno.\ Bay, Isle of Arran. 

Aleltonclose, Windermere. 

Sannox Bay, Arran. 

The Red Coolins Glen, Sliga- 
chan, Skye. 

On the Arran Coast. 

Head of Loch Torridon, Ross- 
shire. 

The Clyde from Arran. 

A Westmorland fell-side. 

A bleak hillside, Westmorland. 

A Westmorland sheep farm. 

Isle of lona. 

End of the sheep fair — Esk- 
dale, Cumberland. 

A sheep farm on the Duddon. 

The ancient cross, County 
Meath. 

A fell side farm, Westmoreland. 

The Coast of Mull. 

A Westmoreland fell side. 

Spring ploughing— Westmore- 
land. 

A Westmoreland sheep farm. 

A hazy day — South of Mull. 

A feliside: penning sheep. 

North Berwick. 
do. 
The Wood, Windermere. 

A Yorkshire fishing village. 

Autumn in the Fell country. 

Martyrs' Bay, lona. 

A lonely shore, West High- 
lands. 

A Hebridean croft. 

On the Cumberland Coast. 
Hammerbank, Windermere. 

Early spring — Westmoreland. 



1898. 


1236 


1899. 


1026 




1085 




1154 


1900. 


1123 




"99 


I90I. 


957 




1003 




1010 




1058 




1082 


1902. 


802 




838 




918 




1046 


1903. 


950 




95S 


COUTTS, 



1867. 



Windermere. 
Cartmel Priory. 
A Feliside Farm. 
Moorland and clouds. 
An east coast fishing village. 
A grey day — West Highlands. 
Whitljarrow Scar. 
Blea 'I'arn Valley, Westmor- 
land. 
Autumn, near Ravenglass. 
A North Country farm. 
A sunny day — Benbecula. 
The ferry, lona. 
An Upland Farm. 
A hamlet on the Shap Fells. 
A stormy day — lona. 
Maelog, Anglesea. 
A feliside potato patch. 

William G Sculptor. 

6, Rosemoiint, Edinburgh. 
1 183 Henry Pelham Clinton, late 
Duke of Newcastle. 



COUTTS-MICHIE. See M. 

COUTURE, Thomas Painter. 

28, Graf Ion St., Fitzroy Square. 

1840. 349 La reverie. 

COUZENS, Charles. 

Miniature Painter, etc. 

74, Edgware J?oad. 
1838. 36 A girl going to school. 

62, Great Portland Street. 

1841. 778 Miss C. Hagan. 
866 Miss Herbert. 
938 Portrait of a lady. 

77, Upper Berkley Street. 

1842. 964 A portrait. 

1843. 970 Mrs. Neville. 

1143 The faithful friend. 

1844. 705 Portrait of a lady. 
1S45. '^4 Hagar. 

721 William Rule, Esq. 

994 Polish exile and his lady. 

1846. 734 A sketch. 

48, Cambridge Street, 

1847. 503 Mrs. Perce and son. 

2, York Cottage, Kilburn. 

1848. 523 Miss Hannah Hewitt. 
795 Lady Holland. 

30, Charles Street, 

Berkeley Square. 

1849. 774 Sir Robert Heron, Bart. 

1850. 704 Mrs. Ingram. 

716 A. Tergiades, Esq. 
782 Hughes F. Ingram, Esq. 
7S4 Barwick Baker, Esq. 
893 A. Sergiades, Esq. 



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183 



1850. 
1851. 

1852. 



1853- 



1854. 



Mrs. Frederick Allen. 

James Denew, Esq. 

Sir Frederick Bathiirst, T5art. 

W. Edward Kilburn, Esq. 

Miss Aglaia Jonedes. 

John Kisscsoglu, Esq. 

Miss Susan Bross. 

The children of G. Colquitt 

Goodwin, Esq. 
Sir Michael Hicks Beach, Bart. 
A Greek lady. 
Lady Hicks Beach. 
T. Frederick Beale, Esq. 
John Espin, Esq. 
Lady Duff Gordon. 
Henry W. Phillips, Esq. 
Posthumous portrait of Thomas 

Bros, Esq. 
Miss Adaia Sonedes. 
Gream Hughes Ingram. 
Reginald Cholmondeley, Esq. 
Algernon Percy. 
Mrs. George Cavendish Ben- 

tinck. 
Portrait of a young lady. 

59, Baker Street. 
William Worsley, Esq. 
Miss Corbet. 

William Vernon Harcourt, Esq. 
Benjamin Lancaster, Esq. 
Hugh Heber Percy, Esq. 
Mrs. Heber Percy. 
Lady Hermione Graham. 

24, Mount Street. 
General Windham. 
H.R.H. Princess Mary of 

Cambridge. 
Mrs. Reginald Corbet. 
B. Wrighton, Esq., M.P. 
R. Monckton Milnes, Esq., 

M.P. 
5, Croimvell Place, 

South Kensington. 
Polly Neal. 
Efifie Lindsay, daughter of Sir 

Coutts Lindsay, Bart., and 

Lady Lindsay. 
Rebecca. 
3, Serampore Terrace, 

Ha m mer smith . 
Miss Seymour. 

4, Cromwell Place. 
Mrs. Wreford Major. 

53, Charlotte Street. 
Mrs. Mydelton. 



COVELL, Miss Painter. 

52, Great Titchfield Street. 
18 10. 611 J. Forbes, Esq. 



1855- 



1856. 



1858. 



1859. 



1867. 



908 
915 
927 
962 

'033 

1107 

ni8 

673 

730 
831 
850 

855 
910 
693 

720 
7S7 

.36 
824 
S34 
839 
8S0 

896 

S33 
836 
869 

943 
166 
728 
796 

643 
67. 

748 

735 
893 



164 
639 



1869. 399 



I87I. 


550 


1873- 


218 


1875- 


372 



COVENTRY, C. C Painter. 

28, Pollard Row, 

Bethnal Green. 
1802. 313 A landscape. 

7, Great Surrey Street, 

Blackfriars. 
1S04. 1 86 Master West. 

18, Park Place, Kennington. 
1805. 203 Portrait of a lady reading. 
5, Queen's Poic, 

Kennington Commoji. 

1807. 13 Cottage care. 
785 Contemplation. 

1808. 186 Condemnation of a mouse. 
500 The Grace. 

508 A girl at the wash tub. 
iSog. 275 Lifant washerwoman. 

1 8 10. 395 Domestic Duty. 

181 1. 245 The distracted author. 

COVENTRY, James Painter. 

1856. 283 The Keep of Chepstow Castle, 
Monmouthshire. 

COVENTRY, Robert M. G. 

Painter. 

176, Bath Street, Glasgoiv. 

1890. 11 78 Pittenweem Harbour, Fifeshire. 

189 1. 643 Trawlers mending nets. 
883 Autumn — Loch Ard. 

1892. 498 On the Kintyre coast. 

1893. 1:93 Drying the sails— Anstrulher. 

COWAN, Miss Edith C. Painter. 

31, Belsize Park Gardens. 
1891. 1687 Elsa. 

COWDEN, William Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1798. 148 Seapiece and fishermen. 

1799. 155 A sea view. 

1800. 277 Seapiece, with fishermen. 

COWDEROY, William Painter. 

3, Brecknock Street. 
1858. 60S 



Little Red Riding Hood. 



COWELL, Miss Emma Painter. 

4, Compton St., Ball's Pond. 
1849. sS Lane scene, with gipsey camp. 

1851. 221 View in Essex. (Eliza.) 

1852. 296 do. from nature. 
297 do. do. 

1855. 123 Heath scene. 

COWELL, Miss Fan Painter. 

Ash Lea, Stanks, Leeds. 
1903. 1187 " Muvver." 



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COWELL, George J Sculptor. 

296, King's Road, Chelsea. 

1886. 191 1 Diana after the chase; statu- 

ette, terra-cotta. 

1887. 1S24 Harry Erskine, Esq.; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

i860 An old pensioner; bust, terra- 
cotta. 

1899 Lord Herschell; bust, marble. 

1888. 1976 The Jolly Miller; bust, terra- 

cotta. 
1998 A gipsy; bust, terra-cotta. 

1889. 2030 "Come, sit thee down upon 

this flowery bed, etc." 

1890. i960 The death of the first born. 

8, Scarsda/e Studios, 

Stratford Road, W. 
1893. 1664 Ishmael. "Fear not, for God 
hath heard the voice of the 
lad where he is"; statue. 

1896. 1791 Cupid cheating Prudence; do. 

22, Blotnfield Road, 

Maida Hill. 

1897. 2076 Sketch of a lady; statuette. 

1898. 1820 Wood nymph; statue. 

1899. 1908 "Four wild snails Fve taught 

their paces, etc.;" group. 

COWELL, Miss Grace Charlotte 
(afterwards Mrs. F. Dixon). 

Miniature Painter. 

12, Upper Gloucester Street. 
1 85 1. 919 Portrait of the late Levi Ames, 
Esq. 
1045 The Daughter of J. O. Han- 
son, Esq. 

COWELL, G. H. Sydney... Sculptor. 

10, Morniiigton Crescent. 

1891. 1674 "Why tarries he?" 

I, Elm Tree Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1896. 179 The water witch. 
I903- "732 Destiny; relief. 
1904. 1767 The dream spirit; relief. 

COWELL, H. B Painter. 

4, Compton St., Ball's Road. 
1851. 1 102 A cottage and landscape, from 
nature. 

COWEN, Lionel J., i?.5.^.. Painter. 

II, Warwick Crescent, 

Maida Hill. 

1873. 634 The secret. 

Claremont Studio, Paddington. 

1874. 6 Golden hair. 

160 Sweet memories. 



1875- 



1876. 
1877. 

1879. 



364 "Shall we invite him?" 
374 Recalling the past. 

2, Elm Tree Road, 
553 The antiquary's daughter. 
1259 Leaving the old home. 
319 Idleness. 
467 Love's letterbox. 

35, London Street. 
10 Eyes to the blind. 

5, La/igham Chambers. 
1881. 995 Hesitation. 

73, Hatnilton Terrace, N. W. 

1885. 183 Sunday morning. 

830 Cronies and crotchets. 

41, Broad hi/rst Gardens, N. Jl\ 

1886. 543 The fiddle-mender — a doubtful 

Strad. 

1887. 544 Interiorof amodelsoupkitchen, 

Euston Road. " I was an 
hungred and ye gave me 
meat, etc." 



COWEN, William Painter. 

27, South Audley Street. 

1823. 140 Sion, Switzerland, as seen on 

the road from Martigny. 

84, Newman Street. 

1824. 528 View near Trasquera, on the 

Simplon road over the Alps. 
Rotherham. 
6 Sion, Switzerland. The build- 
ings on the two prominent 
eminences are the ancient 
palaces of Mayoria and Tour- 
billon. The Alps in the dis- 
tance. 
809 View from Monte Morio, near 
Rome. 

1827. 420 Landscape. 

1828. 189 View of Ragatz, Switzerland. 
66, Newtnan Street 

332 Chiesa di S. Salvatore, near 
Rome. 

II, Loftdon Street. 
21 Ivrea, Piedmont. 
253 The Valley of Servoz — Mont 

Blanc in the distance. 
606 Florence; a sketch done on the 

spot. 
64S Como, Italy. 

1833. 612 Domo d'Ossola, Italy. 

29, Newman Street. 

1834. 519 Piazza del Castello, Naples. 

1835. 541 View of Lago Verese, Italy. 

The Simplon in the distance. 

1836. 812 Palatine Hill, Rome. From 

this spot most of the re- 
markableantiquitiesof Rome 
may be seen. 



1S25. 



1S29. 



1S30. 
1831. 



1832. 



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185 



17, Newman Street. 
1839. 2!7 Le Chene d'Allonville, Nor- 
niandie. This oak is sup- 
posed to be 800 or 900 years 
old. The chapel within the 
tree was erected by the Abbe 
du Detroit, curate of AUon- 
ville in 1696. Over the 
chapel is a room called la 
Cellule de I'Ermite. 

COWHAM, Miss Hilda G. ... Painter. 
3, Radnor Studios, Che/sea. 
1898. 743 Brightlingsea. 

22, Joubcrt^s Mansions, 

Jubilee Place, Chelsea. 
1901. 14S8 The minuet. 

COWIE, Frederick Painter. 

28, Burton Crescent. 
1847. 399 The Bishop of Paris and the 
family of Louis IX, called 
the Saint, endeavouring to 
dissuade the King from ful- 
filling his vow; "... and 
even registered a new vow, 
without further delay or hesi- 
tation to march against the 
infidels, etc." 

1849. 75 Queen Elizabeth at Kenil- 

worth. " The Knight ex- 
pectant advanced up the 
hall, etc." 

1850. 309 Scene from the "Merchant of 

Venice." "Skylock. I am bid 
forth to supper, Jessica, etc." 

1851. 642 Julia. " Look, here is writ, love 

wounded Proteus, etc." 

1852. 1252 The flight of Desdemona. 

" Othello." 

1853. 524 The first meeting of Alexander 

the Great and Roxana; 
"captured the lovely Roxana, 
daughter of Prince Axyartes, 
etc." 

1854. 1207 The landing of the Brides of 

Venice. " Before the church 
on the sea brink another 
train they met, etc." 

1857. 516 Tell instructing his son in the 

use of the bow. "You said 
the other day, were you a 
man, you'd not let Gesler 
live, etc." 

1858. 953 Henry VIII and Holbein. "I 

can whenever I please make 
seven lords of seven plough- 
men, but I cannot make one 
Holbein, even of seven lords, 
etc." 
II. 



1859. 946 Unrequited love. "There is 

no living, none. If Bertram 

be away, etc." 
i860. 363 Beatrice listening. "Hero. Ho, 

Ursula, when Beatrice doth 

come, etc." 

COWIE, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1801. 17 View in Wales. 

1802. 286 A landscape. 

65S View near Naples. 

1803. 719 A landscape. 

COWIESON, Miss Agnes M. 

Painter. 

231, Dalkeith Rd., Edinburgh. 

1899. 4S9 A happy mother. 

Rose Cottage, 

Duddington, Edinburgh. 

1900. 724 Kaffir women washing at Du 

Toil's Pan, Kimberley. 

1902. 638 Doves. 
1904. 705 Sisters. 

COWLEY, Miss Sarah Painter. 

1 2, Stamford Avenue, Brighton. 

1903. 824 Hollyhocks. 

COWLISHAW, Thomas. ..Architect. 

Tonge, Ashby de la Zoiiche. 
1 89 1. 1S78 Design for an altar-piece. 

COWPER, Douglas Painter. 

54, Great Marlborough Street, 
and Canichers, Guernsey. 

1837. 3S3 Portrait of a gentleman. 
399 The last interview. 

1 1 , Hoivlatui Street. 

1838. 68 Shylock, Antonio, and Bassano. 

" Or shall I bend low, etc." 
14, Graf tan Street West, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1839. 361 Portrait. "Beware of her smile, 

etc." 
394 Othello relating his adventures. 
568 Capuchin Friar. 

COWPER, Frank C Painter. 

The Mission House, 

Barrow Hill Road, N. W. 

1899. 1443 W. A. E. Erskine, Esq. 
1445 W. D. Eden, Esq. 

1900. 614 The Good Samaritan. 
745 Portrait of the painter. 

1597 Lorenzoand Isabella. "How ill 
she is, said he, etc." 

BB 



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Cowper, Frank C. — continued. 

1 90 1. 506 An aristocrat answering the 

summons to execution — 
Paris, 1 793. 
1203 Miss Amy Sawyer. 

1902. 507 Hamlet — the churchyard scene. 

1903. 783 Lady Clare. "She clad herself 

in a russet gown, etc." 

1904. 130 St. Francis of Assisi and the 

heavenly melody. 

COWPER, Miss Gertrude T. 

Miniature Painter. 
190, GloucesUr Terrace, 

Hyde Park. 

1900. i+fio Mrs. William Rutherford. 

4, Gloucester Place, Greenwich. 

1902. 1216 Mrs. William G. Steel. 

II, M'est Eaton Place, S. W. 

1903. 1195 Mildred, daughter of H. D. 

Brewster, Esq. 

COWPER, Max Painter. 

34, Lincoln Rd., East Finchley. 

1 90 1. 150S King Edward VII opening his 

first parliament. 

1902. 1332 The crossing sweeper. 
1333 Regent Street. 

1338 Paolo and Francesca. 

lona, Finchley Road. 

1904. 1336 Feeding pigeons at the Guild- 

hall. 
1350 Lost in a London fog. 

COWPER, Thomas Painter. 

Oldfields, Acton. 

1893. 289 " With - blossoms loosened, 

etc." 

65, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 

1894. 460 Amy, daughter of Major-Gene- 

ral C. S. Dundas, R.A. 

1897. 923 The rosy hours of youth. 
952 Playmates. 

1898. 318 Mary L. Knatchbull, wife of 

the late Major-General C. S. 
Dundas, R.A. 
7, King Edward's Road, 

Hackney. 
1900. 253 The dragon fly. 
474 La Jeunesse. 

Grove House, Seymour Place, 
South Kensington. 
1904. 221 Nanki-Poo. 

524 Colonel Leith Bonhote. 

^OX, A Architect. 

4, Adam Street, Adelphi. 
1896. 1755 Design for Memorial Hall at 
Edzell. 



COX, Miss Adela L Painter. 

Rose Hill, Dorking. 
1899. 1 172 Mimosa. 

COX, Alfred Wilson Painter. 

"j, James Street, Nottingham. 

1871. 644 " Honour to the Lincoln green, 

etc." 

1872. 344 The woodman's bower — Birk- 

land, Sherwood Forest. 
"This is thy magic pencil, 
etc." 

1873. 105S The trysting tree. 

1874. 283 Colwick Grove. 

1876. 473 The Trent near Weston Cliff. 
955 An autumn afternoon — Dor- 
rington Park. 
Sherwood House, 

Beeston, Nottingham. 
1885. 1074 Near the heronry — Donington 
Park. 

COX, Mrs. B Painter. 

Adyer Studio, Bedford Park 

1894. 788 Dorothea. 

COX, C. Arthur Painter. 

Grange, Manchester. 
1874. 365 The old shore grange. 

COX, Charles Edward Painter. 

151, Esse.x Road, Islington. 

1 88 1. 147 Apples. 

1882. 580 In the pool. 
1446 Apples. 

9, An<en Road, Highbury. 

1890. 790 Unloading barges — Kentish 

Coast. 

1891. 772 Grey morning on the Thames. 

1895. 1 107 Vessels taking in coal. 
1901. 1075 Queenborough on Medway. 

COX, David Painter. 

1 6, Bridge Rota, Lambeth. 

1805. 4S7 Part of Kenilworth Castle, 

Warwickshire. 
562 View on the river Mersey, near 
Liverpool. 

1806. 559 Snowdon, North Wales. 

1807. 564 A View from nature. 

Do. and Dulwich. 

1808. 326 Kenilworth Castle. 
457 Gipsies, from nature. 

1 63, Regent Street. 

1827. 550 Boat on the Thames, Battersea. 

9, Fox ley Road, 

Kennington Common. 

1828. 614 The Grave. 

1829. 830 A sketch. 



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Harborne, Birmingham. 

1843. 1189 Outskirts of a wood. 

1844. 296 Going to the hayfield. 

456 Caer Cennin Castle, South 
Wales. 

COX, David, Junr., R. W.S. ... Painter. 
163, Regent Street. 

1827. 607 Cottage in Herefordshire. 

1828. 612 Eton college — morning. 

1829. 901 Eton college. 

9, Foxley Road, Kennirigton. 
1831. 551 La grosse Horloge, Rouen. 

COX, Miss Dorothy. 

Miniature Painter. 
35, Eihvardes Square, W. 
1899. 1309 Marigold. 

12, Oakwood Court, Kensingtoti. 
1903. 1300 Portrait of a lady. 

COX, Everard Morant Painter. 

5, /ok>i Street, Bedford Row. 

1884. 1 571 Fatal fidelity. 

40, Queen^s Square, W.C. 

1885. 576 Avenged. 

COX, Frank E Painter. 

179, Camden Road. 
1873. 4'7 Autumn. 

21, Ho7vland Street. 

1875. 296 An enemy in the path. 
309 Autumn. 

396 Forbidden fruit. 
466 In the pleasant orchard closes. 
S, John Street, Bedford Road. 

1876. 69 Under the willows. 

1877. 944 The towing path. 

1878. 1391 A tiff. 

1879. 541 At Hampton Court in the olden 

time. 
1387 A pastoral. 

1881. 1382 "The King breaks many 

hearts." 

1882. 837 While the mower whets his 

scythe. 

1883. 64 Going home. 
591 A lonely road. 

1884. 29 "I'm for the ferry." 
695 In a quiet land. 

40, Queen's Square, W.C. 

1885. 822 An old song ended. 

1886. 866 Heartsease. 

1029 Spring in London. 

1887. 637 The wood-gatherer. 

1888. 416 Portrait of a lady. 

1889. 968 A reverie. 

1890. 527 A quiet spot. 



1891. 483 "You must wait." 

1892. 1036 In the marshes. 

1894. 109 The shepherd's tale. 

COX, H Architect. 

69, Tooley Street, .Sout/iwark. 
1797. 1117 Elevation of a Villa in Hamp- 
shire. 

COX, J Painter. 

Knightsbridge. 
1793. 38 A boquet of flowers. 

94 Hope nursing love; a tablet for 

a chimney-piece. 
146 Portrait of an old man. 
227 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

COX, J., Junr Architect. 

I, Bare La?ie, 

Christduirch, Surrey. 

1797. 1103 Design for an entrance to a 

park with lodges. 

1798. 944 Design for a college. 

1799. 963 do. bath. 

1800. 1038 do. pavilion. 

COX, John and Alfred Architects. 

19, Craven Street, Strand. 

1895. 1453 Farmhouse at Brickendonbury. 

COX, Leonard C Painter. 

Oakfield, St. James's Road, 

Tunbridge Wells. 

1900. 657 Sunset. 

COX, Miss Louisa E. 

Miniature Painter. 

I I, St. James's St., Nottingham. 
1874. 925 Fruit piece. 

1884. 1482 Mabel — on ivory. 

1885. 1483 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1 51 8 Mary. 

1886. 1336 Kathleen. 
1386 Ethel. 

1887. 1 361 Marjorie. 

1888. 1502 Mrs. William Bowman. 

COX, Richard Architect. 

Bryanston Street, 

Portma?i Square. 
1775. 73 A design for a ceiling. 

COX and COOKSEY Architects. 

19, Crave?! Street. 
1893. 1563 House at Tunbridge Wells. 

COX and SILK Architects. 

33, Ncwhall St., Birmingham. 

1901. 1642 Residence at St. Albans, Herts. 



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COXETER, Miss Constance. 



Painter. 

Ill, Soiilhwood Place, 



1H94. 1153 In the fields. 



Highgate. 



COXON, Ernest J Painter. 

137, Gower Street. 
1898. 422 Premiere Communiante. 



COZENS. Alexander Painter. 

Liiccster Street, Leicester Fields. 

58 A piece of ground with a figure 
in chiaro oscuro. 

5X Landscape in chiaro obscure. 

59 do. do. 
74 A setting sun. 
69 A I-andscape. 
69 A drawing of a head in red 

chalk. 

60 \ landscape in chiaro-obscuro. 
256 View in North Wales, taken 

from Wynstay, the scat of 
Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, 
Bart. 



1772. 
'773- 

'775- 
•777. 
1778. 

'779- 
1781. 



COZENS, John Robert Painter. 

Leicester St., Leicester Sijuare. 
1776. 68 A landscape, with Hannil)al in 
his march over the Alps, 
sliowing to his army the fer- 
tile plains of Italy. 

COZENS, William Painter. 

Aveley, Essex. 
1820. 299 Portrait of the Hon. John 
Jocelyn, with a favourite 
(Kiney and harriers. 
301 Portrait of the Hon. Aug. (ieo. 
I'Ved. Jocelyn and favourite 
Shetland poney. 
1828. 307 Portrait of a poney. 
442 Horse. 

453 do. and groom. 
568 Portrait of a horse. 

CRABB, Miss Elizabeth Painter. 

IJill Street, L'eckham. 

1833. 838 Flowers. 

1834. 733 do. 

Blackheath Hill. 

1836. 894 Flowers. 

1837. 660 do. 

CRABB, J Painter. 

Distaff Lane, Friday Street. 
1811. 750 A handfull of flowers. 
18 1 3. 743 Roses, etc. 



CRABB, William 

1848. 

1849. 
1850. 
185.. 



1852. 
1853- 



1854. 

1855- 
1857- 

CRAB 

1830. 
1831. 

1832. 
1833- 



... Painter. 

61, Charlotte Street. 

431 Richard Monckton Milnes, 
Esq., M.P. 

5o7 George Mackenzie, Esq. 

45 5 May. 

424 Ahab in Naboth's Vineyard. 
" Hast thou found me, O 
mine enemy?" 

844 Portrait of a gentleman. 

334 The way of life. Portraits of 
Louisa Elizabeth, daughter 
of John Sims, Esq., and her 
brothers, the Westminster 
scholar and the Woolwich 
cadet. 

553 Portrait of a lady. 

1 7, Southamptoti Street. 

1353 Portrait of a lady. 

933 Jacob in sackcloth. 

B, W. A Painter. 

Point L'lcasant, Wandsivorth. 
bji) Flowers. 



634 do. 



/fill Street, Peckham. 



649 
490 



I'Vuit. 
Poppies. 



1835. 734 I'lowers. 



1838. 
1839. 
1840. 

1843. 
1844. 

1845. 
1846. 

1847. 
.848. 

1849. 
1851. 
1852. 

1853- 

1854. 

'855- 
1856. 

1858. 

1859. 



588 
1021 

644 
980 

934 
990 
817 



Sketch of fruit. 
Flowers. 

do. 

do. etc. 

do. 

do. 
Flower piece. 



Blackheath Hill. 
Greenwich. 



700 Still life. 



1079 



do. 



879 Flowers. 



L>lut Stile, Greenwich. 



1 1 20 
975 



do. 
do. 



8, Thane t Place, Strand. 

671 Fruit. 

660 do. and flowers. 

701 Still life. 

686 Cottage Roses. 

811 Flowers and fruit. 
706 do. 



CRABBE, Herbert G Painter. 

Lieatherlie, Beckenham. 
1889. 362 An Autumn study. 

793 A November evening. 
91 1 The Mill stream. 
1 89 1. 842 Cottage (larden in Worcester- 
shire. 



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189 



CRABTREE, Philippa Painter. 

J}is/iopsi:;a/e Street. 
1 786. 501) Flowers from nature. 
17S7. 4S1 do. 
4S2 do. 

GRACE, John D Painter. 

Sprhigficld, Dulwich. 

1870. 314 The Great Temple i'alace, 

Medeeriet Haboo, 'I'liebes. 

1871. 883 Temple of Gertassee, Nubia. 
926 The Silk Bazaar, Cairo. 

15, Gloucester Place. 
1877. 1043 The palace of Ramese.s III 
(1200 n.c), Medeenet 
Haboo, Thebes. 

38, Jl'(i,'more Street. 
1894. 1659 Ceiling at Longleat. 

1660 Coloured restoration of a ceil- 
ing at old Carriiigton 1 louse, 
now destroyed. 

GRACE, John Gregory and Son. 

Decorative Draughtsmen. 

38, Wlxm"'''- Street. 

1877. 1117 Ceiling decoration for the Mar- 
quess of Batli at I/Ongleat. 

1879. 1162 Portion of ceiling decoration at 
Longleat. 

1881. 1059 Coloured decoration and carved 

woodwork, Mercers' Hall, 
etc. 
1 147 Ceiling decoration at Longleat. 

1882. 1205 Ceiling decoration. 

1884. 1345 Suggestion for the coloured 

decoration of St. Paul's 
Cathedral. By J. Gregory 
Grace. 

1885. 1789 Proposed decoration for 

Leathersellers' Mall. 

GRACE, Lewis Paxton Architect. 

38, IVigmore .Street. 
1877. 1135 Design for a mansion — Stood- 
leigh, Devon. 

1881. 1136 Staircase, etc. — ■ Stoodleigh, 

Devon. 

1882. 1150 Design — Sherwood, Tunbridge 

Wells. 

40, Nnttiti'gham Place. 

1886. 1599 Design for a hall and staircase. 



GRAFT, Percy R Painter. 

52, Upper Marylclwne Street. 
311 A desolate shore — South Wales. 
586 'J'he rejected petition. 
Stanmore Lodge, 

Penge Lane, .Sydenham. 
410 "TheHuer"Cornwair"Shoot." 
1615 A Yarmouth "row." 



1882. 



1883. 
1884. 



1885. 
1886. 

1887. 

1888. 
1889. 



919 

631 
753 
+73 
6ii 
100 

1213 



IS90. 


810 




II52 


I89I. 


10^ 


.893. 


406 


IS94. 


601 


1896. 


■93 




377 


IS97. 


43 5 



I 90 1. 


S68 


1902. 


729 


1903. 


759 



Practice on the sly. 

The only son — the departure. 

Small gettings. 

A new song. 

The only son — the return. 

The emj)ty chair. " \\'hat is 

home without a mother, etc." 
Heva! Heva! "Through street 

and court we 'Heva' hear, 

etc." 

Newlyn, Penzance. 
The rat. 

The skijjper's boy. 
Saturday. 

A chip of the old block. 
Marooned. 
"Two's company, three's 

none." 
A good haul. 
Tucking a school of pilchards 

on the Cornish coast. 
'J 'lie Cottage, 

linchdi n, J Inn tingdo n . 
The old sumacli. 
Under the deodar. 
A Jaffa orange-seller. 



CRAFT, William H. 

Enamel Painter. 

At Afr. Turner's, 

100, .SV. Martin's l.ane. 

xili,. 49 Power. ) p^. 

;o Urbanity. / 

51 A frame containing several 

pieces of enamel. 
364 A portrait in enamel. 
'775- 75 Two profiles; basso relievos in 
enamel. 

1776. 69 A basso relievo from an antique 

gem ; enamel. 

1777. -o A liust on a dark ground; the 

present style of [)ainting in 
enamel. 
71 A frame with two basso re- 
lievos. Tuccia, a Vestal, 
carrying water in a sieve, and 
a sacrifice. I'Vom the an- 
tique; enamel. 
23, Church St., St. Anne, .Soho. 

1778. 70 A boy on a lion. A device 

from the antique ; alto re- 
lievo. A cui)id meditating; its 
companion. 
I, Bedford St., Bedford Square. 
1780. 26; Altar of friendshij); enamel. 

292 Time recording the actions of 

Lord ("hatham; in enamel. 

293 I'igures and landscape; enamel. 
306 Astronomy, for the face of a 

clock; enamel. 



inamel. 



1 90 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Craft, William H. — continued. 

1781. :S6 Portrait of one of the Royal 
children; enamel. 
324 Portrait of Major Andrd; 
enamel. 

205, Holborti. 

1794. 525 A portrait in enamel. 

1795. 473 do. do. 

CRAIG, Alexander Painter. 

1S40. 2 Emily. 

7, Henrietta Street. 
1852. 455 Portrait of Captain W. Cook, 
who bravely rescued 557 
souls from the burning wreck 
of the Kent, East Indiaman, 
in March, 1825. Portion of 
a public testimonial to Cap- 
tain Cook. 
686 An octogenarian. 

1854. 1313 A. Bain, Esq. 

1855. 232 Portrait of a lady. 

1857. 56 Dr. Livingstone, explorer of 
Central Africa. 

CRAIG, E Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1801. 551 Castle Dinas y Braan. 

1802. 553 View near Halifax, Yorkshire. 

1803. 459 Carig Kenen, near Llandilo. 

CRAIG, Miss E Painter. 

88, Charlotte Street. 

1812. 456 Flowers. 

1813. 727 Fruit and flowers. 
740 Flowers. 

CRAIG, E. W. ... Painter. 

Leeds. 
1802. 561 View into Warfdale. 

CRAIG, Frank Painter. 

Heathfield, Oakfield Road, 

Whetstone. 
1895. 1096 An Idyll. 

40, Goudar Gardens, 

West Hampstead. 

1897. 162 Portrait of a lady. 

1634 A county hunt ball: dancing 

the Washington post. 
171 1 Five o'clock in the Row. 

1898. 1458 A Fetish dance — Lagos Hinter- 

land, \Vest Africa. 

1465 A Whist drive. 

1507 A picket of Sikhs cut off; an 
incident in the Indian fron- 
tier campaign. 

1540 An intruder. 

26, Willow Road, Hampstead. 

1899. 1451 A pinch of snuff. 



1899. 1524 Ball at Chatsworth. 

1533 At the Queen's drawing room. 

1571 A sketch in Madrid during the 
Spanish-American War; feed- 
ing the starving poor at Santa 
Christina. 

1900. 1619 An interrupted idyll. 

Dean's Cottage, 

Piatt's Lane, Hampstead. 

1 90 1. 249 R. J. Moser, Esq. 

671 At Robin Hood's Bay. 
710 The letter. 
1495 On the eve of battle. 

1500 Henley. 

1 501 At the opera. 

1902. 12S3 Ping-pong. 

1321 A summer morning. 

1327 No place for the old man. 

The Three Gables, Hindhead. 

1903. 1368 At dawn. 

1372 First in the field. 

1904. 156 The widow's garden. 
1342 Barbara's shopping. 

CRAIG, H Painter. 

88, Charlotte Street. 

1815. 564 Dead birds. 

CRAIG, H. D Painter. 

88, Charlotte Street. 

1816. 439 A naturalist in his repository. 

18 1 7. 477 Chessplayers. 

CRAIG, J. K Painter. 

1 24, O.xford Street. 

1819. 826 An old woman reading her 

bible. 
838 The minstrel. 

1820. 626 Early piety. 

23, A r gyle Street. 

1 82 1. 573 Portraits of Mr. and Mrs. 

Barker. 
903 W. Kershaw, Esq. 

CRAIG, James Stephenson. 

Painter. 
io|. Stanhope Street. 
1854. 610 The rustic crown. 

1338 The young anglers. 
1 86 1. 598 Ghillie Galium. 

CRAIG, Miss Nellie P Painter. 

I, Oswald Terrace, 

Watling Street, Canterbury. 
1902. 974 Sweet peas. 

CRAIG, W., Junr Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
i8or. 550 View near Barmouth, North 
Wales. 



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191 



Charlotte St., Rathbone Place. 

1805. 257 Portrait of a cock. 

1806. 451 Banditti. 

475 The Virgin mother and Infant 

Jesus. 
481 Simeon with the infant Jesus. 

CRAIG, W. H Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1802. 551 View in Mardale, Westmore- 
land. 
1S03. 304 Part of the castle of Llanfrwin, 

Merionethshire. 
t8o6. 347 A strong gale. 

623 The spoils of the day. 

8, Tavistock Street. 

1807. 451 Rustic conversation; a study 

from nature. 

CRAIG, William Marshall. 

Miniature Painter, etc. 

Manchester. 
1788. 461 Abra and Abbas; Persian 
characters. 
88, Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 
83 Banditti. 

65 Shepherd Boy. 

40; do. 

522 Highland piper. 

292 A frame with five miniatures. 

464 A portrait of a gentleman in a 
Highland habit. 

5S8 Part of the road on the east 
side of Crommock water, 
Cumberland. 

603 Honistar Crag, from the east 
side of Battermere Water, 
Cumberland. 

676 View from Borrowdale in Cum- 
berland. 
Portrait of an artist. 

553 A match girl. 

564 Part of Lake Windermere. 

575 A Roman ruin near Ambleside. 

365 A shepherd of Lon-sle-dale, in 
Westmoreland. 

433 Portrait of a nobleman. (Lord 
Courtney^ 

486 A frame with five miniatures. 

315 A sketch from a simile in 
Orlando Furioso. 

553 A frame with three miniatures. 

613 The Traveller, from Goldsmith. 

619 A cottager at the foot of Skid- 
daw. 

626 Cattle. 

631 An old beggar. 
1796. 398 Landscape and cattle. 



1790. 
1791. 



1792. 



1793- +='3 



1794. 



1795- 



1796. 486 An evening scene near Kendal. 
568 A frame with three miniatures. 
664 View near the strid in Wharfe- 

dale. 

1797. 504 A London beggar girl. 

514 A Devonshire cottage boy. 

663 Portrait of a gentleman. 

697 Corner of a wheat field in 

Devon. 
766 Cattle and landscape. 
992 A frame with five miniatures. 

1798. 374 Scene in a wood. 

377 A cottage near Honiton. 

449 A lime kiln near Newton 

Abbot, Devon. 
544 A scene in harvest: a reaper 
having, inadvertently, killed 
with his sickle some young 
partridges lodged in the corn, 
they are found and lamented 
by his children. 
550 Study of a cow. 
554 Study in a Farmyard. 
561 Ruins of the castle of Bury 
Pomeroy in Devonshire, be- 
longing to the Duke of 
Somerset. 
726 A cottage near Powderham 
Castle. 

A young mountaineer. 

Summer : a child sleeping 
under a hedge. 

View in the glass house at 
Warrington. 

Study of flowers. 

Winter: a child dead in the 
snow. 

The walk round the west front 
of Ludlow castle, Shrop- 
shire. 

A frame containing the por- 
traits of Lord Courtenay, 
Mrs. Hurstfield, Miss D. H. 
L., Mrs. Maceroni, and Mr. 
E. Kershaw. 

View of Leeds from little wood- 
house. 

View of a mill near Dolgelly. 

View in the valley of the Avon- 
vawr, Wales. 

Study in a wood of the Earl of 
Morton's. 

Sketch of an effect of Cadr 
Idris from Cawrynwich. 

Portrait of a nobleman. 

Rev. M. Mather. 

Portrait of Colonel Silvester, 
commandant of the 2nd bat- 
talion of Manchester Volun- 
teers. 



1799. 3S4 
399 

43 3 

474 
492 

633 



725 



1800. 


33" 




336 




580 




727 




829 




933 


I80I. 


407 



192 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Craig, William Marshall — continued. 



547 



705 



579 
770 



iSoi. 434 Remains of the castle of Vol- 
torno in the Upper Adige. 
Cupid sleeping on a bed of 

roses. 
Hon. P. Ciirzon. 
732 A frame containing the portraits 
of Mr. Armstrong, Mr. Ker- 
shaw, Miss Williams, and 
Mr. Neale, jun. 

1802. 22 Shepherd boys. " Let dogs de- 

light to bark and bite, etc." 
399 The Earl of Stamford. 
404 Portrait of Eliza Oaig. 
489 A girl fetching water. 
A salad. 

Portraits of Mr. Welchman, 
the Hon. Miss C. Brodrick, 
and Mrs. Cunningham. 

1803. 3S7 A soldier dying. 
457 The Saviour. 

479 Study of an old man. 

509 Portrait of a gentleman. 

729 View of Heaton house, Lanca- 
shire, the seat of the Earl of 
Wilton. 

860 Mr. Kershaw. 

1804. 299 Almamoulin before the Prin- 

cess of Astracan. From Mr. 

Sharp's edition of the 

"Rambler." 
401 Master J. Littlewood. 
432 The greengrocer's shop. 
614 W. Hastings, Esq. 
738 Mrs. Roberts. 

1805. 327 Naomi and Ruth. 
398 Five portraits. 

611 From the tales of the Genii. 

1806. 487 View of a cottage near East 

Acton. 
496 Young rustics. 
570 A nymph going to bathe. 

1807. 459 Elements of the female fashions 

in the beginning of the 19th 

century. 
540 Market boat on the Bolton 

Canal. 
623 Evening. 
S47 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

1808. 473 Cattle. 

1809. 424 View on a small lake near 

Llangollen. 

1810. 231 Venus lamenting over the dead 

body of Adonis. " Nor rage 
forbore, But both her bosom 
and her hair she tore, etc." 
(Painter in Water Colours to Her Majesty.) 
1812. 538 The dealer in provisions. 

699 Our Saviour feeding the multi- 
tude. 



1813. 527 Miss Wilde. 

557 Lieut. -Col. Burgh. 
693 Portraits of Mr. Hathorne and 
family. 

1815. 403 The greengrocer's shop. 

424 Our Saviour among the Jewish 
doctors. "And all that heard 
him, etc." 

502 Nurse children at a Kentish 
cottage. 

661 Mr. Lowndes. 

1816. 337 Portrait of an artist. 

18 1 7. 553 Mrs. Walker. 

556 Lieut.-Col. Warre. 
833 TheArchbishopofYork. (Zr(7«. 
Edward Vernon.) 

124, Oxford Street. 

1818. 472 A scene in a well-known cook's 

shop, near St. James's. 
628 Mr. Huntley in the character 

of Const.antine. 
655 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1819. 534 Mrs. Sevestre. 
939 Mrs. Craig. 
949 Mrs. Forster. 

1 1 27 Pains and Penalties. 

1820. 522 Mr. Phillips. 
574 Calvary. 

S92 A cottage scene. " At noon 
when labour from the field 
retires, etc." 

182 1. 460 Calling in the piquets of an 

army. 
830 The Dowager 

Pembroke. 
103 1 The friendly admonition. 

1822. 466 Fishermen on the coast 

Sussex. 
608 Portrait of a lady. 
21, Market Row, 

Oxford Street. 

1823. 544 Skittle players. 
899 Mrs. Hughes. 

28, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1824. 572 Portrait of an infant. 
646 Mr. W. H. Dutton. 

1825. 716 The honest landlady. 

26, Nassau Street. 

1826. 458 Going to the Mill. 
506 The golden age. 

583 The farmer's dinner. " Ah, 
little know the wealthy or 
the great, etc." 

1827. 475 Portrait of a young gentleman. 



CRAKE, Miss Cicely Sculptor. 

Art College, South Wimbledon. 
1893. 1753 Flora; relief. 



Countess of 



of 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



193 



CRAKE, J Architect. 

18, Old Quebec Street. 
1836. looS Hyde Park Gardens, etc. 

1840. 918 Design for one of the proposed 

metropolitan churches. 

4, Regent Street. 

1 84 1. 1071 Entrance Lodge at Deane 

Park, the seat of the Earl of 
Cardigan. 

CRAKE, M Architect. 

At Mr. PapU'ortKs, 

Great Portland Street. 

1795. 69S Design for a temple. 

At Mr. Hancock's, Pimlico. 

1796. 845 Design for a museum. 

1797. iiS5 do. mansion. 

1798. 921 do. villa. 

Cross St., Hatton Garden. 

1800. 1079 Entrance to a park. 

1 80 1. 979 A gothic observatory. 

1802. 9S6 The great Lecture room of the 

Royal Institution of Great 
Britain. 

CRAMBROOK, W Painter. 

Deal. 
1824. 5+8 Canterbury — morning. 

CRAMER, R Miniature Painter. 

34, Gloucester Street, 

Qiieeti's Square. 

1802. 705 Mr. Wilkins. 

884 An Irish yeoman. 

7, Il'anc'tck Street. 

1803. 805 Portrait of a midshipman. 

33, Fine Street, Piccadilly. 

1804. 807 Portrait of a gentleman. 

214, Strand. 

1806. 658 Miss Stott. 

695 Capt. S. of the Royal Navy. 
726 Mrs. Denne. 
740 Master Nagle. 
769 T. Bullen, Esq. 

772 J. Paul, Esq. 

773 Dr. Dixon. 

At Mr. Turnerelli's, 

Greek Street, or Leicester. 

1807. 825 Portrait of a lady. 

867 Capt. Darley. 

868 Master Fo-xster. 

869 — Donovan, Esq. 
933 Portrait of a lady. 

1808. 736 Miss Cowdell. 

802 Portrait of a young lady. 
828 do. gentleman. 

29, Lower Grosvenor Street. 

1809. 411 Mr. F. Cramer. 

638 Portrait of an officer of the 
64th Regiment. 



1809. 648 Portrait of a gentleman. 
707 do. lady. 

35, Berners Street. 

1810. 592 Portrait of a gentleman. 
598 do. do. 

22, Hatton Garden. 

181 1. 648 Portrait of a lady of quality. 
664 do. an officer. 

CRAMPHORN, W Sculptor. 

3 1 , Hart Street, Bloomslniry 
1807. 1017 Model in wax: Justice. 
1809. 802 A Bust of a gentleman. 

13, Greek Street, Soho. 
18 1 9. n86 Bust of a gentleman. (This 
may be by the son.) 

CRAMPHORN, W., Junr.... Sculptor. 

3 1 , Hart Street. 
1809. 791 Anofficerdefendinghiscolours; 
wax model. 

1812. 912 Portrait of His Majesty in wax. 

CRAMPTON, Miss Maude M. 

Miniature Painter. 

2, North Parade, 

Queen Ann's Place, 

Bootham, York. 
1896. 1330 Mrs. Curtis. 

CRANE, Lionel F Architect. 

1 3, Holland Street, Kensington. 

1898. 1664 Design for a cottage. 
1674 do. do. 

1899. 1786 do. do. 
1838 do. do. 

1900. 1910 Model of a cottage. 
1902. 1 5 16 Sketch for a boat house. 

CRANE, Thomas Painter. 

1 2, Maryland Street, Liverpool. 

1842. 49 The cobler. "A cobler there 
was and he lived in a stall." 

625 Portrait of a lady. 

1843. 543 The old romance. 
931 Portraits of children. 

1844. 23 Masquerading. 
829 The Bay window. " Musing of 

gentle dreams like those, 
etc." 
Laurister Villa, 

Torquay, Devon. 
1853. 813 Portrait of a lady. 

3, Park Place, Torquay. 
1855. 671 The Gipsy mother. 

■],Lampton Terrace,Bayswater. 
1858. 769 A portrait. 

cc 



194 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



CRANE, Thomas Painter. 

1, Melrose Villas, FinchUy. 
iSgo. 1298 A break in the fog. 

7, Coleridge Road, Crouch End. 
1900. 1296 Between the sun and moon 
upon the shore. 



CRANE, Walter, R.W.S.,R.I. 

Painter. 

46, Argyle Scjiiare. 
1862. 359 The lady of Shalott. 

7, Via Gregoriana, Rome. 
1872. 772 At home; a portrait. 



CRANFIELD, Sydney W. 

Architect. 

31, Great James Street, 

Bedford Row. 
1899. 1757 Trefiw Ridgeway, Enfield. 

58, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

1903. i486 Coronation memorial — Market 

Square, Enfield. 

1631 Lodge — Forty Hill, Enfield. 

163S Cottage at Gough Park, En- 
field. 

1904. 1501 Borough of Shoreditch Consti- 

tutional Club. 
1651 Wynn Lodge, Willenhall estate, 
Barnet. 



CRANFIELD and POTTER. 

Architects. 

58, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

igo2. 1572 Hereford Municipal Buildings. 

CRANKE, James Painter. 

1 8, Parker Street, 

Newport Market. 
1775- "6 Portrait of a gentleman; half- 
length. 
1777. 72 A portrait; three-quarters. 

1779. 61 A lady; half-length. 

142, Bond Street. 

1780. 168 Portrait of a lady. 

1 78 1. 2+3 do. gentleman. 
244 Portraits of two children. 

1782. 57 Portrait of a lady. 
74 Children. 

19, Golden Square. 
1787. 399 Portraitof a young lady; whole 
length. {Miss Pars.) 

19, Davies Street. 

1798. 52 Mr. Robson. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1799. 9 Scene in a cottage. 

1800. 37 Moonlight. 



CRAN 

1793 
1794 

1795 

1797 

1799 

1801 

1802 

1803 

1804. 



1805. 

1806. 
1807. 



1808. 

1809. 

1810. 
1811. 
1812. 
1813. 

1814. 



1815. 



MER, Charles Painter. 

23, Marsham St., Westminster. 
56 A woodcutter. 
176 A portrait. 
212 Portrait of a young lady. 
263 A cottage girl. 
306 A shepherd boy. 
245 Lavinia. From Thomson's 
" Seasons." 
3 Shepherd's Boy in a storm. 
247 Portrait of an artist. 
28 A summer evening. 

30 A winter's morning. 

31 A travelling turner. 
35 Broom-makers. 

161 Returning from market. 
178 The Cottager. 
iSo The Gypsey. 
221 A country market. 
61 The milk girl. "Tripping thro' 

the silken grass, etc." 
203 The shepherd. " By the brook 
the shepherd dines, etc." 
26, Great Surrey Street, 

Blackfriars Road. 
98 Sheep, from nature. 

23, Marsham Street. 
Fruit, 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 
do. 

320 Study of Fruit. 
767 Fruit. 
792 A fruit piece. 

682 Fruit. 

683 do. 
655 do. 
662 do. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
453 Fruit. 
500 A Basket of Fruit. 



405 
453 
456 

495 

537 
539 
432 
522 



CRANMER, C 

45 



Junr Painter. 

Bridge St., Westminster. 

1806. 203 A landscape with sheep. 

279 A landscape with cattle water- 
ing — evening. 

23, Marsham Street. 

1807. 176 Scene on Kennington Com- 

mon, with sheep. 
253 Scene on the old Brent river — 

cattle watering. 
262 Returning from market. 
264 Cottager. 

1808. 531 Landscape and figures — itiner- 

ant potters. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



195 



1809. 557 Landscape, with a waggon and 

figures. 

18 10. 6 View in Albury Park, Surrey. 
64 Crossing the brook. 

1811. 495 View in Windsor Forest, Berks. 

18 1 2. 46 A pubhc music meeting. 

18 1 3. 394 Returning from the fair. 

18 14. 201 Cottage scene. 

1815. 365 Landscape and figures from 

nature — evening. 

76, Newman Street. 

18 16. 190 The Beggar's petition. "Pity 

the sorrows of a poor old 
man, etc." 

1817. 374 Village gossips: an evening 

scene. 

1 8 18. 415 Returning from market. 

1819. 323 The Village school. " But now 

Dan Phoebus gains the 
middle sky, etc." 

1820. 113 Study of sheep from nature. 

1 7, Percy Street. 

182 1. 59 Gipsey scene — Hampstead 

Heath. 
72 Hampstead Heath and North 
End. 

33, Percy Street. 

1823. 552 Crossing the brook. 

1824. 52 Bargaining for china. 
332 Returning from the fair. 

1827. 3S9 The milkmaid. F/Ve Cunning- 
ham's Evening. 
1834. 295 Cottage Girl asleep. 

1837. 496 Emily, daughter of Alfred Rob- 

inson, Esq. 

1838. 320 The Woodman's Pet. 

1839. 306 Cottage near Windsor, Berks. 
4S3 Road side cottage, near Wind- 
sor, Berks. 

(In the "Dictionary of Artists" the works 
from 181 7 to 1839 are placed under the 
heading of the father. Afterfurther examina- 
tion I am inclined to think that after i8i6 
the father either died or ceased to exhibit, 
and the son dropped the word Junr.) 

CRANSTON, J Architect. 

Oxford. 
1848. 1175 Yarpole church, Herefordshire. 
1206 An Ecclesiastical Institution. 

CRANSTONE, L. J Painter. 

5, Cardingtoii Street. 
1845. 660 A country fair. 

34, Frederick Place., 

Hampstead Road. 
1850. 424 Waiting at the station. 
12, St. Mark Street, 

Summershill, Birmingham. 
1854. 1236 Cheap Jack, 



CRAPP, C. F Architect. 

1855. 1 170 Design for a church. 

1 7, Hill Street, Knightsbridge. 

1858. 982 Proposed church at Tottenham. 

CRAWFORD, A Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1800. 100 A moonlight. 

CRAWFORD, Ebenezer Painter. 

7, Earl's Court Gardens. 

1859. 320 A Levantine merchant. 

8, Upper Eaton Street. 
i860. 226 Interior of an Irish cabin. 
1861. 264 The smithy. Red Bay Cave, co. 

Antrim. 

4, Foxley Road, Kensington. 

1864. 381 Gainsborough's first meeting 

with Margaret Burr, his 
future wife. 

1865. 180 Our wee white rose of all the 

world. 
1868. 269 A fleet wedding, March ye 4th, 
1740. "William and Sarah 

he dressed in a gold 

waistcoat like an officer, she, 
a beautiful young lady, with 
two fine diamond rings and 
a black hat, and very well 
dressed — at Boyce's, etc." 
365 Rousseau and Mrs. Garrick at 
the Play. "When Rousseau 
was in England Garrick 
payed him the compliment 
of playing two characters to 
oblige him, etc." 

1870. 992 Hopes and fears. " Of Fancy's 

too prevailing power be- 
ware ! etc." 

187 1. 3 A capricious customer. 

1872. 940 The doctor's visit. 

1873. 376 The childhood of Mozart. 

CRAWFORD, Edmund T., R.S.A. 

Painter. 

Edinburgh. 
1836. 355 View of the port and fortifica- 
tions of Callao, and capture 
of the Spanish frigate, Es- 
meralda, of 48 guns and 
350 men, by boats from the 
Chilian Squadron, com- 
manded by Admiral Lord 
Cochrane. 

CRAWFORD, G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1770. 225 A landscape; a drawing. 
226 do. in oil: do. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



CRAWFORD,; Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1797. 131 Moonlight. 

1798. 155 do. 

1799. >i do. 

CRAWFORD, Mrs. (formerly Miss 

Emily Aldridge) Painter. 

40, Sackvilk Street. 
1869. io6o Florence. 

4, Foxley Road. 
1 87 2. 568 An introduction. 

1 1 , Scarsdale Villas. 

1875. 510 Priscilla. 

1876. 58 A soldier's legacy. 

1877. 9-8 St. Patrick's server. 

CRAWFORD, Robert C Painter. 

136, Wellington .St., Glasgow. 

1880. 355 Summer. 

1 88 1. 88 Wild fowl shooting. 
486 ^Vater fairies. 

1883. 790 In the Kail Yard. 

156, Bat/i Street, Glasgow. 
1887. 35! " Rolling in foaming billows." 
241, West George St., Glasgow. 

1890. I4Z Daughters of R. K. Holms- 

Kerr, Esq. 
189T. I Pastoral scene in Bute. 

49+ Professor W. L. Reid, Ander- 
son College, Glasgow. 
1892. 107 Nell. 
1S93. 413 Nell. 

805 " Adhuc loquitur." 

1894. 79 The golden apple. 
1896. 629 Mrs. Holms Kerr. 

780 A stormy sea. 
1898. 25 Walter Neilson, Esq. 

CRAWFORD, R. G Painter. 

5, Addison Studios, 

Blythe Road. 
1898. 773 A Jersey cider press. 
1901. 324 Miss Fanny Crawford. 

CRAWFORD, Thomas Hamilton. 

Painter. 

65, West Regent St., Glasgow. 

1891. 1296 In St. Paul's. 

Woodland Cottage, 

North Hill, Highgaie. 

1895. 988 Interior of St. Paul's. 

1896. 1141 In the chapel of the Charter- 

house. 
Ill, Durham Road, 

East Finchley. 

1897. 1138 York— the close of market day. 

1898. 1092 Interior of York Minster. 

1899. "03 Dieppe— market day. 



CRAWFORD, William, A.R.S.A. 

Painter. 
46, Great King St., Edinburgh. 

1852. 492 A Spanish senora. 

790 Miss Halkett of Inglis. 
947 Miss M. Hotchkis. 

1853. 137 The twa sisters. " Bessie's 

hair 's like a lint tap, etc." 
681 Portrait, in crayons, of Charles 
Harry Inglis. 

1854. S52 Portraits of Cary and Eda, 

daughters of Sir Robert 
Menzies, Bart., of Castle 
Menzies. 

1855. 1107 Mrs. Watson. 

33, Abercro7nhie Place, 

Edinburgh. 
i860. 61 The minstrels. 

767 Lady Anne Duff. 
786 Miss Blackett. 

1861. 763 Miss Fulton. 

1862. 783 Mrs. Ross. 
790 Mrs. Ainslie. 

(Elected A.R.S.A.) 

1863. 410 Mrs. Grant of Kincorth. 
759 Miss Georgina A. Agnew. 
793 Mrs. Flatow. 

1864. 344 Primroses. 

671 Sir George Macpherson Grant, 
Bart. 

1865. 197 A Highland keeper's daughter. 

1867. 492 More free than welcome. 

709 Maud, daughter of Sir Alexan- 
der R. Gibson Maitland, 
Bart. 

731 Johnny, son of Thomas Faed, 
Esq., R.A. 

1868. 757 Alice and Muriel, descendants 

of Elizabeth Gunning. 



CRAWHALL, Joseph Painter. 

1 2, Eldon Square, Newcastle. 
18S3. 161 A Lincolnshire pasture. 



CRAWLEY, P. S Painter. 

106, Leadenhall Street. 

1836. 521 The burning of the shepherd's 

hut and escape of W. Bryan, 
Esq., Caseek Bridge. 

1837. 1 146 Model of a suspension Bridge. 



CRAWLEY, John Architect. 

2, Bloomsbury Square. 
1878. 1047 Roman Catholic seminary at 
Clapham. 
1 129 Roman Catholic church — 
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CREAMER, R Painter. 

6, Coleman Street. 
1797. 1021 (/// the ifi/iex, but by E. Acres 
ill the catalogue.) 

CREASE, Harold. 

Miniature Painter. 

1812. 681 Portrait of .1 Lady. 

CREASEY, Miss Maria Painter. 

19, Hardinge Street. 
1850. 113 Portrait of Miss M. C. 

CREEKE, C. C Architect. 

1846. 1233 Bishop Longland's chapel, 
Lincoln Cathedral. 

C REG AN , Martin , P.i^.i^:^. ... Painter. 

13, Cockspiir Street. 
1S12. 156 Portrait of a gentleman. 

701 The Reverend the Principal of 
Jesus College, Oxford. 

1814. 68 Captain Nourse, R.N. 
108 Rear-Admiral Halsted. 
285 Mrs. Ward. 

1815. 323 Portrait of a lady. 
339 Lord Mahon. 

347 Vice-Admiral Gardiner. 
395 Hon. R. Smith. 
18 15. 319 W. Stewart, Esq. 
328 Portrait of a lady. 

1817. 18S do. do. 
197 Mrs. Campbell. 

211 J. H. Beaufoy, Esq. 
370 Portrait of a lady. 
386 do. gentleman. 

441 do. lady. 

1818. 193 Dr. Cloves. 

228 Mrs. VV. H. Fielde. 

261 Geo. Collins Poore, Esq. 

302 Portrait of an ofificer of the 

Coldstream Guards. 
312 Capt. Murray Maxwell, of 

H.M.S. Alceste. 
381 R. Shedden, Esq. 

1819. 39 Portrait of a gentleman. 

184 Hajee Baba. 

202 Portraits of the lady and child- 
ren of Captain J. Hawkins, 
Bombay Engineers. 

227 R. Hawkins, Esq. 

540 Meerza Jiafer Tabeeb. 

1820. 327 Mrs. Armit. 
385 Miss Armit. 

1821. 14 The Earl of Longford. 
29 Henry Hamilton, Esq. 

185 The Countess of Longford. 
257 Miss Dance in the character of 

Mrs. Haller. 



1822. 210 Lieut. W. Townsend Dance, 
H.]\LS. Doris. 
211 The late Major-General llic 
Hon. Sir E. M. Pakenham, 
G.C.B., and Colonel of the 
6th West India Regiment, 
Commander of His Majesty's 
Forces at the siege of New 
Orleans, where he fell on 
January 8th, 1815. 
521 Edward Stewart, Esq. 

CREGEEN, Miss Bertha C. 

Painter. 

The Ferns, 

Harefield Road, Brockley. 

1893. 1426 " Beauty lives with kindness." 

14, Sandbourne Rd., Brockley. 

1895. 1344 Portrait of the artist. 

1896. 968 Nancy. 
1523 Enid. 

CREGEEN, Miss Emily A....Painter. 

The Ferns, 

Harefield Road, Brockley. 
1892. 1588 Mrs. J. Fildes Wintringham. 

1894. 1423 Miss Bertha M. Cregeen. 

CREGEEN, Miss Nesey IsabeL 

Painter. 

Ravensdale, Forest Hill. 
1887. 872 Evening. 

CREIGHTON, J Architect. 

2, Pleasant Ro70, Hackney. 
1815. S06 Design for a Vicarage house. 

CREKE, W Painter, etc. 

23, Aylesbury St., Clerkenwell. 

1803. 165 The happy sot. 

1804. 205 Pigs; study from nature. 

53, Northampton Street. 

1806. 120 Peasant regaling. 

1807. 654 Rural care — evening. 

7, Pleasant Place, Pentonville. 

1818. 740 Virgin and child; in enamel. 

After C. Dolci. 

1819. 985 The Accusers; in enamel. 

From the woman taken in 
adultery, by P. P. Rubens. 
1823. 787 Enamel after Carlo Dolci. 

CRELLIN, H. N. 

Miniature Painter. 

198, Ratclyffe Highway. 
1825. 827 Portrait of a gentleman. 



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CREPIN, L. M Sculptor. 

1 3, Raphael St., Knightsbridge. 
1865. loi' Le Printemps. 

8, Rue du Nord, Bnaseh. 
1868. 1204 Andromeda; terra-cotta. 

CRESWELL, Miss Henrietta. 

Painter. 
Grove Lodge, Winchmore Hill. 

1889. 1560 Primroses. 

CRESWELL, Herbert Osborn. 

Architect. 

3r, Spring Gardens. 
1888. i8$s Alteration to Old Palace, Rich- 
mond. 

1890. 1792 A town house. 

30, Craven Street, Strand. 

1894. 15 16 New House, Sharden, May- 

field. 
>5'7 do. do. 

1895. 1545 New House, Effingham, Surrey. 

1 7, Buckingham Street, Adelphi. 

1898. i6n New Golf Club House, Wimble- 

don Common. 

1899. 1672 New House, Park Street, Gros- 

venor Square. 

1741 Embley House, Hants. 

1770 New House, Woking. 

1835 do. Green Street, Park 

Lane. 
1902. 1414 New House, Leamington. 
1904. i?o2 Hall, Commercial Travellers' 
Schools, Pinner. 

1614 Schools, Spring Grove, Isle- 
worth. 

CRESSWELL, J. : Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1789. 583 Portrait of a child. 

1790. 698 do. lady. 

CRESWELL, J Painter. 

Winchmore Hill. 

1857. 782 Mallards. 

CRESWELL, John J Architect. 

77, Victoria Street, Gritnshy. 
1901. 1615 Design for stone vaultedchurch. 

CRESWICK, Benjamin Sculptor. 

20, Snowdon Street. 
Higher Broughton, 

Manchester. 

1888. 1984 Manly pride: study of a smith 

at work; statuette. 

Clifton Villa, Sutton Coldfield, 

Birmingham. 

1891. 1946 Theyoung footballer; statuette. 



26, Great Charles Street, 

Birmingham. 

1903. 1725 Cheng Keng Luie; statue. To 

be executed in bronze for the 

Engineers' Institute, Penang. 

CRESWICK, H. G Painter. 

1855. 1185 Portrait of a clergyman. 

CRESWICK, Mrs Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1865. 86 Plums. 
1867. 428 Fruit. 

CRESWICK, Mortimer Painter. 

55, Moorfields, Liverpool. 
1889. 1491 "Slow from the sky the light 
of day declines. Revealing 
nature's hour of rest." 

CRESWICK, Thomas, i?. A... Painter. 

7, Upper Edmund Street, 

St. Pancras. 

1828. 37 Llyn Gwynart, North Wales — 

morning. 
182 Storm coming on — boats off 
Caernarvon Castle. 
So, Penton Place, Pentonville. 

1829. 511 The Vale of Llangollen. 

1830. 316 Heath: scene near Lichfield. 
+29 Cottage scene near Ashbourne, 

Derbyshire. 
43S Scene on the Wye — evening. 

1832. 162 Near Holywell, Wales. 
368 An Italian scene. 

426 Scene in Worcestershire. 

455 Entrance to an English village. 

1833. 281 Lane scene at Kenilworth. 
298 Scene in Derbyshire. 

\i, Henry Street, Pentonville. 

1834. 131 Near Cranbourne, Kent. 
159 Street scene in Llangollen. 
247 A village scene. 

406 A woody glen. 

1835. 184 On the river Dee, North Wales. 
219 Near Conway, North Wales. 
28S Heath scene, near Sutton, 

Warwickshire. 
349 Coast scene near Hastings. 
584 Avenue at Petersham. 

7, Li7iden Grove, Bayswater. 

1836. 312 In Yorkshire. 

429 Richmond, Yorkshire. 
698 Black-rock Castle in the Cove 
of Cork. 
8, Linden Grove, 

Kensington Gravel Pits. 

1837. 413 Glengariff, co. Cork. 

1838. 558 The wayside inn: market day. 

1839. '°2 Glendalough, co. Wicklow. 



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1839. 441 Sweet summertime. 

533 The meeting of the waters in 
the Vale of Avoca, County 
Wicklow. " There is not in 
this wide world a valley so 
sweet as that vale in whose 
bosom the bright waters 
meet." 

A saw pit. 

The bye road. 

(Octagon Room.) The Ford. 

A rocky stream. 

A mountain road. 

A pastoral. 

The course of the Greta 
through Brignal Wood. 
"O! Brignal banks are fresh 
and fair, etc." 

A river scene. 

The Tees. " Condemned to 
mine a channell'd way, etc." 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

The old foot road. 

The terrace. 

On the Conway, North Wales. 

A Welsh glen. " The meeting 
cliffs each deep sunk glen 
divides, etc." 

Evening. 

A rapid stream. 

The way over the hill. 

A mountain torrent. 

Scene on the Tummel. 

Summer's afternoon. 

The brow of the hill. 

The winding of a river. 

A place to remember. 

The river in the glen, etc. 

Rain on the hills. 

An Enghsh river scene. 

The hall garden. 

The valley. 

The pleasant way home. "The 
green leaves quiver with the 
cooling wind and make a 
chequered shadow on the 
ground." 

1847. 61 Morning in a Welsh valley. 
233 England. 

322 Doubtful weather. 

511 The London road a hundred 

years ago. 
545 A cool spot on a summer's 

day. 

1848. 19 The Greenwood stream. "The 

shady pool where trouts 
leap, when the day is cool." 
57 Summer time. 

159 Early spring. 

314 Home, by the sands. 



1840. 


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496 


1843. 


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209 




249 




412 


1844. 


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298 




344 




486 


1845. 


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301 




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454 




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1846. 


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364 




418 




551 



1848. 



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1850. 



I85I. 

1852. 

1853- 
1854. 



556 Checiuered shade. 
579 A squally day. " And near the 
land you may the billows 
trace, etc." 
131 A glade in the forest. 
343 A stream in the hills. 
371 Passing showers. 
417 The shade of the beech trees. 
544 The quiet lake. "So calm the 
water scarcely seems to 
stray." 
8 The wind on shore. 
258 The first glimpse of the sea. 
289 In the forest. 
427 Old trees. 
542 The forest farm. 
(Elected R.A.) 

" Over the hills and far away." 
The evening hour. 
The Valley mill. 
Over the sands. 
The sunset hour. 
238 The road to the village. 
242 A mountain lake — moonrise. 
375 The happy spring time. 
508 A Welsh river. 

The Woodland Tees. 
The passing cloud. " Oh sky, 
why didst thou promise 
such a beauteous day?" 
The blithe brook. "That 
strolls along its pebbled bed 
with summer song." 
1855. 65 Morning — the mouth of an 
English river. 
Afternoon — the river's bank. 
Common scene in Surrey. 
A Welsh hill. 
440 The nearest way in summer 
time. Painted with R. 
Ansdell. 
54 A salmon leap. 
219 Autumn morning where brook 
and river meet. " O, bab- 
bling brook, etc." 
294 Parted streams. "That meet 
again and mingle as of old." 
67 A ford across an English river. 
The cattle by T. Sidney 
Cooper, A.R.A. 
131 A rocky Devonshire stream. 
422 The road by a Highland lake. 
571 A mountain torrent — morning. 
8 The village bridge. 
96 Coming summer. 
335 On shore. 
455 Under the old bridge. 
148 A roughish road. 
262 A relic of old times. 
Ill In the " North Countrie." 



1857- 
1858. 

1859. 

i860. 
1861. 



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>47 
225 
416 
1 1 1 



122 

302 

4S0 



94 
302 

415 



200 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Creswi 
1861. 



1862. 



1863. 



1864. 



34 
470 



ck, Thomas, R. A. —continued. 

305 Trent side: a recollection; the 

cattle by J. W. Bottomley. 

"The lonely wand'rer under 

other skies, etc." 

53+ A fine day in Autumn — the old 

Red Lion. 
58 The deserted ferry. 
195 The river Tees at Rokeby. 
321 The halfway house; painted 

with J. W. Boltomley. 
332 A road by the brook's side. 
86 Crossing the stream. 
107 The old ferry-boat. 
205 The river Tees at Wycliffe. 
647 Pleasant paths. 
14 Early morning — home in a 
Welsh valley. 
On the Clyde. 

Across the beck in the North 
Country; the animals by 
J. W. Bottomley. 

1865. 117 The Village Smithy. "Under 

a spreading tree, etc." 
222 Changeable weather. 
529 Percy beck in the north 

country. 

1866. 128 A breezy day on the English 

coast; the figures by R. 

Ansdell, A.R.A. 
509 Ky nance Cove, near the Lizard, 

Cornwall 
49 Up the glen; a sketch from 

nature. 
81 On the river Eden. 
173 A beck in the North Country. 
595 Trebarwith Strand. 
71 An old Welsh shed. 
210 A bend in the river. 

Sunshine and showers; the 

figures by J. W. Bottomley. 
167 The windings of a rocky stream. 
305 An old English village on the 

banks of a river. 
887 Moorland cottages. 

(The late.) 
179 Mill near Whitby. 
485 Afternoon. 



1867. 

1868. 
1869. 



70 



1870. 



CRESY, E Architect. 

FuniivaPs Inn, Holborn. 

1821. 992 Sketch showing the restoration 

of the Coliseum. 

1822. 950 Interiorof the Pantheon portico 

at Rome, showing the prob- 
able situation of the Carya- 
tides mentioned by Pliny. 
978 Rome: a restoration of its 
Forum and Capitol. 



6, Suffolk Street. 
1824. 452 A cottage at Leatherhead for 
W. Cotton, Esq. 
887 Library for W. Cotton, Esq. 

3, Trafalgar Square. 
1835. 598 A Villa erecting near Dartford 
Heath. 



CRETIUS, Professor Painter. 

Royal Academy of Arts, Berlin. 
1883. 729 Cromwell prevented from leav- 
ing England for America by 
an order from the King. 



CREUX, Du. See D. 



CREW, J. T Architect 

i833. 
1837- 



Cambridge Street. 
689 On the Wear, Durham. 

Highgate. 
1006 Design for a cathedral church. 
1024 The Palazzo Vecchio, Florence. 
29, University Street. 

1838. 1129 Porto di Ripetta, Rome: taken 

in 1836, during the overflow 
of the Tiber. 
1227 Design for a national museum. 

1839. 1205 do. museum. 
1259 The Campanile, Florence. 

1 7, Unity Place, Woolwich. 
1 84 1 . 1 049 Design for Assize Courts, Liver- 
pool. 
1066 Caversham, the seat of William 
Crawshaw, Esq. 
39, Bremer Street, Woohvich. 

1843. 1232 Notre Dame, Paris. 

1288 Palazzo Riccardi, Florence. 

1844. 1 185 Design for a national museum. 
1846. 1248 View of the Coliseum from the 

Arch of Titus. 
1258 Interior of the church of the 
Apostles, Rome. 

Albert Villa, Southsea. 

185 1. 311 View in Florence showing the 

Palazzo Vecchio and the 
Duomo. 

1852. n86 The remains of the Portico of 

Octavius, etc., Rome. 

17, Gracechurch Street. 

1858. 966 Street architecture, Florence. 
1040 Church Interior, Rome. 

155, Aldersgate Street. 

1859. 793 In Lyndale. 

CREW, Miss Miniature Painter. 

16, Cateaton Street. 
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CRICK, Montague Painter. 

Houghton House, Stoueyga/e, 

Leicester. 
1898. 417 Evening. 

4, Chester Place, Norwich. 
1900. 1609 John Alexander, Esq. 

I, Bathurst Road, Nonvich. 
1904. 562 Where the marshes meet the 
sea— Brancaster, Norfolk. 

CRICKMAY, George L. ... Architect. 

1 7, Far!ia?ne>it Street. 
1890. 1754 Houses at Kensington. 

CRICKMAY and SON ... Architects. 
1 7, Parliament Street. 
1884. 129S 2, South Audley St., Mayfair. 
IVesttninstcr Chambers, 

13, Victoria Street. 
1S97. 1843 Holmwood, near \Vimborne, 
Dorset. 

CRIDDLE, Mrs. Harry (formerly 
Miss Mary Ann Alabaster). 

Painter. 

28, Gerrard Street. 
1837- ^95 Portrait of Charlie. 

1838. 480 Miss Elizabeth Miller. 

1839. 1033* Miss Herbert. 

64, Sloane Street. 
1 84 1. 1 186 St. Katherine: for St. Katha- 
rine's Hall, Cambridge 
University. 

1843. 592 Clelia. "Which opened of it- 

self in the place that de- 
scribes two lovers in a 
bower." 
832 Master Henry Alabaster. 

3, Upper Belgrave Place. 

1844. 831 The young artist. 
961 Portrait of a lady. 

1845. 277 do. do. 

1846. 510 " Was it the work of nature or 

of art which tempered so the 
features of her face, etc." 
1848. 406 "Come, night! come, Romeo! 
come, thou day in night ! " 

CRIDLAND, Miss Helen ... Painter. 

3, SparroiL's' Heme, Bushey. 

1888. 565 "I have a friend — a kinder 
friend has no man." 

1892. 292 Supplanted. "Oh! there is no- 
thing left us now but to 
mourn a happier past." 

1895. 5 The judgement of Paris. 

1896. 389 A strange god. "Art thou some 

god, some angel, or some 
devil? etc." 
II. 



1898. 645 " I look for the Resurrection." 
" O Love, who once shall 
bid me rise, etc." 

1900. 132 A forced acquaintance. 

Rosemary Cottage, 

Bushey Heath. 

1901. 62 Fine feathers. 

CRIGHTON, Hugh Ford ... Painter. 

1 3, Russell Place. 
1865. 601 R. N. Philipps, Esq., F.S.A., 
etc. 

CRIGHTON, W Painter. 

1785. 616 Ruins; a drawing. 

CRISP. See Godwin and Crisp. 

CRISP, Anna E Painter. 

1 8 19. 839 Flowers, from nature. 
929 Hydrangia, do. 

CRISP, D Gem Engraver. 

4, Little Denmarh Street. 

1816. 887 An impression from an intaglio 

gem portrait of Miss O'Neill, 

CRISTALL, Miss Anna. 

Miniature Painter. 

145, New Bond Street. 
1888. 1561 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CRISTALL, Joshua Painter. 

137, Lligh Ho I born. 
1803. 746 Mr. G. Adams. 

Goodrich, near Ross, 

Herefordshire. 
1824. 238 Mountain shepherds. 
44, Robert Street, 

Hampstead Road. 
1844. 973 Portrait of a lady. 

CRITTENDEN, Miss Dora E. 

Painter. 
31, Cantlowes Road, 

Camden Square. 
1884. 909 Wallflowers. 

CRITTENDEN, John D. ... Sculptor. 

1853. 1421 Bust, in plaster, of the Rev. J. 

Rogers. 
2, Prebend Place, 

Camden Town. 

1854. 1468 Bust of Master E. Concanen. 

1856. 1339 Medallion portrait. 

1857. 1242 King David. 

1259 Bust of a barrister. 

1 26 1 Mary, sister of Lazarus. 

1293 Rev. W. Landells; medallion. 

1334 Bust of a gentleman. 

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Crittenden 
1858. 11-3 

1 1 gi; 




1264 
1326 


1859. 


.28; 




1511 


i860. 


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lOlZ 
1=28 


1S61. 
1S62. 


IC39+ 
1 106 
1036 


1863. 


■■35 

1 136 
1179 
1192 
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1 064. IP+4 

18(15. 1057 
■075 

1866. 1007 
iS(j7. 1065 



1 190 
i868. 941 



1025 

1 1 14 
1869. 1236 

1570. 1145 

1571. 1193 

1872. 1422 
1536 

1873. .568 

1874. 1465 

■552 



, John D. — conliiiued. 
Sleeping baby. 
" So she sat down to weep in 

silent woe, etc." 
Rev. E. White; medallion. 
August Charlier, violinist. 

Chapel House, Pratt Street. 
The Rev. C. H. Spurgeon; 

marble. 
Alderman Rose. 
Herbert Lloyd, Esq. 
Mrs. Croll; marble. 
E. Milner, Esq. 
A. A. Croll, Esq.; marble. 
J. Low, Esq. 

J. R. Jaffray, Esq. ; marble. 
Sorrow; marble. " Not like as 

once, a rose in happy light, 

etc." 
Bust of a lady. 
Rev. J. Spence, D.D. 
Bust of a lady. 
Laura; medallion. 
Mr. Alderman Abbiss. 
33, .S/. Augustine's Road, N. IF. 
Affection ; design for a group. 
26, Cantlowes Road. 
Play. 

Lavinia. — Thomson^s Seasons. 
St. Stephen. " Lay not this sin 

to their charge." 
Lavinia; ideal bust. " The 

modest virtues mingled in 

her eyes." 
Adversity ; ideal bust. 
Resting, a little weary of her 

play. " Intent she gazes at 

her happy mates, etc." 
Adversity; marble bust. "Not 

like as once, a rose in happy 

light, etc." 
Christ. " Thou seemest human 

and divine, etc." 
The lady in " Comus." " Was 

I deceived, or did a sable 

cloud, etc." 
On the seashore; marble. 

"Resting, a little weary of 

her play, etc." 
Hero. " Her face a soften'd 

dignity displayed." 
Prayer. 
" And he anointed the eyes of 

the blind man with the clay." 
The Rev. Dr. Hessey; marble. 

For the Merchant Taytors' 

Company. 
Thomas Carlyle. 
La Virtu. " Sweet stream that 

winds, etc." 



1S75. 1341 Sir John Bennett; marble bust. 
1407 II Futuro; marble bust. "Love 

smiles to her, etc." 
1876. 1485 Alfred Tennyson; marble bust. 

(The late.) 
1878. 1453 La Virtu. 

CROCHEZ, T Painter. 

39, Burton Street. 
1850. 266 Mr. C. Candy, Jun. 

CROCKET, Douglas G Painter. 

29, Parkhurst Road, 

Camden Road. 
1901. 1050 Vanishing London. 

CROCKET, Henry E Painter. 

112, Torriano Avenue. 

1900. 1651 Ophelia. 

29, Parkhurst Road. 

1 90 1. 339 The last sleep of Madame 

Lamballe, etc. 
1027 Pursuit of pleasure. 

1902. 232 "The blooms of dewy spring 

shall gleam at thy feet, etc." 
I, Brecknock Studios. 
1904. 438 St. Elizabeth of Hungary. 

CROCKETT, Edwin Arthur Brassey. 

Architect. 

59, Lansdozvne Road. 
1868. 879 No. 36, Mark Lane, etc. 

CROCKFORD, Miss F Painter. 

3, Ar/i?igton Street. 
1839. 1222 Carlsruhe — market day. 

CROCKFORD, George Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1836. 1044 View of Bangor. 

II, Co7npton Street. 

1838. iSi View on the Lake of Thun, 

Switzerland. 

1839. 87 View on Lake Wallenstatt, 

Switzerland. 
279 View in Tyrol. 

1840. 280 do. near Derwentwater, Cum- 

berland. 

1847. 138 View near Shoreham, Sussex. 

1848. 43 Roslin Castle. 

105 View in North Wales. 
392 do. near Luss, Scotland. 

1849. 477 Landscape — evening. 

563 View in the Vale of Llangollen, 
North Wales. 

1850. 724 View from Hampstead Heath. 
1852. 451 do. near Woolwich. 



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CROCKFORD, Miss Gertrude. 

Sculptor. 
190, Camden Road. 
1882. 168S An old English lady. 

CROFT, Adolphus Architect. 

17, Franbfurd Terrace, W. 
1879. 1 163 Carlyle House, Chelsea Em- 
bankment. 

CROFT, Arthur Painter. 

26, Wilmington St., Islington. 

1868. 758 Near Lillehammer. 

1869. 565 Sketch on the Jersey coast. 

1870. 51S do. at the Tetc Noire. 

Rydal House, 

Alexandra Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1S71. 643 Zermatt, Switzerland — an au- 
tumn morning. 
154, Alexandra Road, 

St. John's IVood. 
1874. 76Z The Wetterhorn, from just be- 
low the Little Schaideck, 
Switzerland. 

1876. 668 The Matterhorn, from the 

Schwarzsee. 

58, Finch ley Road. 

1877. 713 Glacier de Taconnay, from the 

door of the hut at the 
Grands Mulets. 

1878. 803 The Rififelhorn and Breit- 

horn, near the RifTel, Zer- 
matt. 

1879. ^^5 Earl} morning, Lagodi Varese; 

Monte Rosa in the distance. 

1880. 732 Lighthouse, Algiers ; Atlas 

mountains in the distance. 
797 Rue de la Mer Rouge, Algiers. 

1 88 1. 733 Waterfall near the Konigsee, 

Bavaria. 
755 Moorish Cafe — Blida, Algeria. 

1882. 902 On the Lledr, North Wales. 
906 Valley of the Lledr, North 

Wales. 
917 The Port of Algiers, Africa. 

1883. 959 Kumbruker, Stalden, Switzer- 

land. 
1042 Valley of the Lledr, North 

Wales. 
1084 On the Moors, Dolwyddelen, 

North Wales. 

1884. 985 Prayer in the mountains — Saas- 

Zee, Switzerland. 
1065 Near P'estiniog, North ^V'ale3. 

1885. 1173 A Fragment of Nature's archi- 

tecture, Tintagel. 
1271 Willapark Point, Tintagel, 
Cornwall. 



1886. 1203 Evening scene at Sierre, Swit- 

zerland. 

1296 Blauen-See, Kandersteg, Swit- 

zerland. 

1887. 1152 The Castle of Chillon, Lake of 

Geneva. 
1 174 In the old town, Algiers. 
1239 In the forest, near the Riffel 

Alp, Zermatt. 

1 888. 1308 Ausable Chasm, Adirondacks, 

New York State. 
1356 Rough Point, Newport, Rhode 
Island, U.S.A. 

1889. 1321 Canonicot Island, Rhode 

Island, U.S.A. 

South Park, Wadhurst. 

1890. 1245 On the rapids above Niagara 

falls. 

1297 Evening mists — Valley of the 

Rhone, Switzerland. 

1892. 1062 The Egyptian desert, Kom 

Ombo, on the Nile. 
1091 The steeple Rock, Kynance 
Cove, Cornwall. 

1893. 956 Mountain mist on Mont Blanc. 

CROFT, J. B Sculptor. 

1 5, Mosco'iV Terrace. 

1829. 1212 Bust, in Ivory, of a lady. 

1830. 1251 do. do. 

1254 Bust, in Ivory, of Master Arthur 
Croft. 

CROFT, John Ernest Painter. 

1870. 731 Cottage near Rusphall. 
154, Alexander Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1873. 781 Among the cliffs — Hastings. 

CROFT, Miss Mary Anne ... Painter. 

74, Queen Anne Street East. 
1804. 515 Portrait of a young lady with a 
dove. 
Bernard Street, Russell Sip/are. 
1809. 416 The cottage door. 

515 Ophelia. 
181 1. 738 Fish from nature. 

777 do. do. 

1S14. 621 Presents of fruit. 

CROFTS, Ernest,./?.^ Painter. 

Adh rstrasse, Dusscldorf. 

1874. 1366 A retreat: episode in the Ger- 

man-French war. 

1875. 8,-7 Ligny. "With might unques- 

tion'd: power to save, etc." 
54, Parliamrnt Street. 

1876. 12,3 On the morning of the Battle 

of Waterloo. 



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1877. 497 



528 



1878. 



1879. 613 



Crofts, Ernest, R. A.— continued. 

Adkrs/rasse, Dusseldorf. 

Oliver Cromwell at Marston 
Moor. 

Ironsides returning from sack- 
ing a cavalier's house. 
609 \Vellington's march fromC^ualre 
Bras to Waterloo. "The 
manner in which the Duke 
of Wellington withdrew his 
army from the position of 
Quatre Bras to the one of 
Waterloo must ever render 
that retreat a perfect model 
of operations of this nature, 
performed in the immediate 
presence of a powerful 
enemy." 

58, St. Marfs Terrace, 

Maida Hill. 

On the evening of the Battle 
of \\'aterloo. " At Genappe, 
the first important defile 
through which the French 
army retired, an immense 
number of carriages and 
waggons of all kinds had 
been collected together, 
which presented a rich booty 
to the Prussians, but the 
most valuable and most in- 
teresting object consisted of 
Napoleon's travelling car- 
riage, which, with all its con- 
tents, fell into the hands of 
the 15th regiment. He him- 
self had only quitted it a few 
minutes previously in such 
haste as to leave behind his 
hat, which was found in- 
side." 

I, Waver ley Place, 

Groiveiwr Road. 
459 Marlborough after the battle of 
Ramilies. " The trophies of 
the battle of Ramilies were 
immense, but they were even 
exceeded by its results. . . . 
The great and unusual pro- 
portion of the killed to the 
wounded shows how des- 
perate the fighting had been, 
and how much of it, as in 
ancient warfare, had been an 
hand to hand contest." 

(Elected A.R.A.) 
18S1. 101 George II at the battle of 
Dettingen. " George dis- 
mounted, drew his sword, 
and put himself at the head 



1880. 



of the troops, exclaiming; 
' Now, boys, now for the 
honour of England : fire and 
behave bravely, and the 
French will soon run.'" 

1882. 102 Apauseintheattack — Hougou- 

mont, Waterloo. 
730 At the Farm of Mont St. Jean, 
Waterloo. 
2, Qiieefis Road Studios, 

St. John's Wood. 

1883. 201 At the sign of the Blue Boar, 

Holborn. " The Blue Boar" 
is said to have been the 
house in which Cromwell 
and Ireton intercepted a 
letter, concealed in a saddle, 
from Charles ist to his 
Queen, the contents of which 
determined Cromwell on the 
King's death. 
1502 Charles I on his way to execu- 
tion. " The night before his 
death Charles passed at St. 
James's Palace. From thence 
in the morning, with Bishop 
Juxon at his side, in the 
centre of a guard of soldiers, 
he walked, for the last time, 
through St. James's Park, to 
Whitehall, in front of which 
the scaffold was standing 
ready. The air was bitterly 
cold as the procession moved 
along through the leafless 
avenues of the Park." 

1884. 873 Wallenstein : a scene of the 

Thirty Years' War. "The 
Thirty Years' War produced 
no more impressive figure 
than that of Count Wallen- 
stein, the commander of the 
Catholic Emperor Ferdi- 
nand's armies during his 
bloody struggles with Pro- 
testantism. . . . The com- 
mon soldiers stood to atten- 
tion with an involuntary 
shudder whenever he passed 
by in silence, like a being 
from another world." 

1885. 1051 William III at the battle of 

Landen. "Gallant mortal! 
This moment, now that all 
is lost, I see him galloping 
across me, corporal, to the 
left, to bring up the remains 
of the English horse along 
with him to support the 
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from Luxemburg's brows, if 
yet 'tis possible. I see him 
with the knot of his scarf 
just shot off, infusing fresh 
spirit into poor Galway's 
regiment — riding along the 
line — then wheeling about, 
and charging Conti at the 
head of it. ' Brave ! Brave ! 
by heaven! ' cried my uncle 
Toby; 'hedeservesacrown.'" 
— Steele. 

1886. 141 Farewell. 

162 The beacon fire. 
1027 The return from a raid. 

1887. 45S Napoleon leaving Moscow. 

1888. 746 Marston Moor. "It was now 

between six and seven, and 
Rupert, calling for provi- 
sions, dismounted and be- 
gan to eat his supper. A 
large number of his followers 
did the like. Newcastle 
strolled towards his coach 
to solace himself with a 
pipe. Before he had time 
to take a whiff" the battle 
had begun." 
i88g. 82 The Knight's farewell. "To 
horse! tohorse! SirNicholas, 
White Guy is at the door, 
and the raven whets his beak 
o'er the field of Marston 
Moor, etc." 

16+ The Boscobel oak. 

523 Hampden riding away from 
Chalgrove Field. 

45, Grove End Road. 

1890. 216 Whitehall, January 30, 1649. 

1891. 332 The morning of Waterloo: Na- 

poleon's headquarters. 
1015 A Parliamentary Convoy sur- 
prised by Royalists. 
T892. 311 The Gunpowder Plot: the con- 
spirators' last stand at Hol- 
beach House. " On the 
evening of November 6th, 
1605, worn out with their 
hard ride from London, the 
chief conspirators of the 
Gunpowder Plot, headed by 
Percy and Catesby, arrived 
at Holbeach House, Stephen 
Littleton's place in Stafford- 
shire. The local forces were 
closing in upon them, and 
on the advice of Catesby 
they had determined to rest 
and die there. As daylight 
broke the sheriff" with his 



posse comitatus had reached 
the hou.se, and after some 
forcing into the courtyard 
made good his entry by 
breaking down the gates. 
The struggle was short and 
fierce, and when all was over 
Catesby and Percy, Jack 
Wright and his brother Kit, 
lay where they had fallen 
shot to death, and the others, 
wounded and exhausted, 
were prisoners in the hands 
of their pursuers." 

1892. 331 Charles I at Edge Hill. "The 

King is come to marshal 
us, all in his armour drest, 
etc." 

1893. 7 Charge of the 3rd King's Own 

Light Dragoons, Moodkee. 
"With praiseworthy gallantry 
the 3rd Light Dragoons and 
the second brigade of cavalry 
turned the left of the Sikh 
army, and sweeping along 
the whole rear of its infantry 
and guns silenced for a time 
the latter and put their nu- 
merous cavalry to flight." 
445 Prince Rupert. 

1894. 153 Roundheads victorious. 

1895. 499 Napoleon's last grand attack, 

Waterloo. "Napoleon, nerv- 
ously anxious to strain to its 
utmost tension the daring 
spirit and high resolve which 
animated his troops, gal- 
loped forward to the inner 
gentle slope of the eminence 
on the left of the Charleroi 
road, which formed the most 
prominent point of his whole 
line, and by which was to 
pass the leading column of 
the guard, etc." 

1896. 613 The capture of a French battery 

by the S2nd Regiment at 
Waterloo. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1897. 196 The attack on the gatehouse 

of the diateau of Hougou- 
mont, Waterloo. 

i8g8. 2 To the rescue: an episode of 

the Civil War. {Diploma 

toork. ) 

270 Charles II at Whiteladies after 

the battle of Worcester. 

Burlington House, Piccadilly. 

1900. Sz Oliver Cromwell at the storm- 
ing of Basing House. " I 



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Crofts, Ernest, R.A. — continued. 

thank God I can give a good 
account of Basing House. 
We stormed this morning. 
The signal for falling-on was 
the firing four of our can- 
non, etc." 
igoi. 75 An affair of honour. 

1903. 167 Funeral of Her late Majesty 

Queen Victoria. 
26+ The surrender of Donnington 
Castle. "Sir John Boys, who 
was shut up within the fort- 
ress, finding the old walls 
coming down about his ears, 
and his guns either dis- 
mounted or unserviceable, 
ui)on the return of the King's 
messenger with instructions 
to deliver up the castle, sur- 
rendered it into the hands 
of Colonel Dalbier, April ist, 
1646." 

1904. ::3 Prince Rupert and his staff at 

MarstonMoor. "The armies 
were not completely drawn 
up till after five in the even- 
ing; there was a ditch be- 
tween them ; they stood 
facing one another, motion- 
less e.xcept the exchange of 
a few cannon shots, for an 
hour and half." — Carlyle. 

CROIX, De La. See D. 

CROIZIER Miniature Painter. 

343, Oxford Street. 
1825. 606 Portraits of three children. 
729 Portrait of a gentleman. 
736 do. lady. 

755 do. do. 

799 do. gentleman. 

848 do. young lady. 



CROLD, Georg Heinrich Painter. 

Dusseldorf. 
1874. 720 There 's nothing for the dog. 



CROMBIE, Miss Elizabeth E. 

Painter. 

1893. 1040 ^Vhite azaleas. 

2, Breakspeare Road, 

St. John's, S.E. 

1894. 1018 Azaleas. 
mo Stocks. 



CROME, John Painter. 

— Croom, Norwich. 

1806. 260 A landscape (Crome). 
28 5 do. (Croom). 

1807. 526 A cottage from nature, near 

Lynn in Norfolk. 
i8o8. 591 Blacksmith's shop, near Hing- 

ham, Norfolk. 
1809. 36 A sketch from nature. 

235 Old buildings in Norwich. 

181 1. 465 View in Blofield, near Norwich. 

18 1 2. 11 Landscape. 
84 do. 

132 do. 
3S4 do. 
8 View near Norwich. 



1816. 
1S18. 218 



do. 



CROME, John Bernay Painter. 

— Crome, Junr., Norwich. 
181 1. 473 A cottage on Hingham Com- 
mon, Norfolk. 

J. B. Crome, Jun., Nonvich. 
1 814. 360 Old Building on the Norwich 
river. 

Yarmouth. 

1839. 512 Scene in the Faubourg of 

Rouen. 

1840. 96 Near Leyden — moonlight. 

1 84 1. 406 Fishing by moonlight at San- 

derdorf, near the Brille, Hol- 
land. 

1842. 991 A drainage mill at Acle, Nor- 

folk, after the gale of Mich- 
aelmas morning, 1841 — 
moon rising. 
(The late J. B. Crome.) 

1843. 201 Heath scene near Ipswich. 

CROME, Vivian Painter. 

35, Cheyne Walk. 
1867. 30 Zoe. 

CROMEK, Thomas Hartley. 

Painter. 

27, Charlotte Street. 
1835- 957 Statue of Bartolomeo Coleoni, 
Venice. 
1 04 1 East End of the Parthenon, 
Athens. 

39, Duke Street. 
1850. 971 Interior of St. Peter's, Rome. 
1044 The Theatre of Marcellus, 

Rome. 
1056 The arch of Titus, Rome. 
1074 The Portico of Octavia, Rome. 

CROMMELIN, Miss M Painter. 

16, Hornton Street. 
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CROMPTON, Edward Sculptor. 

16, Anglesea Hoad, Shirley. 
1893. i6sS "General" Booth; bust. 

CROMPTON, James Shaw. ..Painter. 

I, England's Lane, 

Haverstock Hill. 
189S. 1212 The waterscller, Cairo. 
1903. 875 The poaclier. 

CROMPTON, John Painter. 

79, Nrwrnan Street. 
1874. 951 Before the tournament. 

CROMPTON, William E. V. 

Architect. 

6, John Street, Bedford Ro7a. 
1902. 1565 House and studio, Hampstead. 

CRONE, Robert Painter. 

At Mr. Wright's, Cutler, 

in Wardonr Street. 

T770. 62 AMorning scene — a landscape. 

65 A landscape — an evening; its 

companion. 
64 Two landscapes; drawings. 
1 77 I. 49 A landscape. 

50 do. its companion. 

51 Two drawings. 

1772. 59 A landscape. 

60 do. its companion. 

61 Two drawings. 

1773. 60 A landscape. 

61 do. its companion. 

62 View of the lake of Albano, 

near Rome ; a drawing. 

63 View of the Lake Fucinus, in 

the Kingdom of Naples. 

1774. 52 A landscape. 

53 do. its companion. 

54 Four drawings. 

1775. 77 A landscape. 

78 do. its companion. 

79 Two views of Tivoli; drawings. 

1776. 70 A landscape. 

71 Its companion. 

72 Two landscapes; drawings. 

1777. 73 A view of the circus of Cara- 

calla. 

74 A view of Hampstead and 

Highgate. 

75 Two landscapes. 

1778. 71 Three drawings of landscapes. 

CRONK, Edwin Evans Architect. 

23, Cockspiir Street. 
1881. uoo Design for a proposed church, 
Woodford, Essex. 



CROOK, A. W Architect. 

37, Carlton Road, Maida Vale. 
1884. 12-0 St. I'liilip's Church, Southport. 

CROOK, James Painter. 

At Mr. Crook's, Islington. 
\11?>. 72 Portrait; three-quarters. 

1779. ()2 do. do. 

1780. 29 St. Peter in prison. 
210 Portrait of an artist. 

1 78 1. 79 A scene in Macbeth. 

CROOK, Thomas M Sculptor. 

79, Clarendon Rd., Manchester. 
1904. 1 67 1 Evening Prayer; statue. 

CROOK, W Architect. 

10, Clarence Road, 

Kentish Totvn. 

1845. 1237 Entrance Gates to the "Chan- 

cellors," for J. B. Nichols, 
Esq. 

CROOKE, John Painter. 

Newlyn, Penzance. 
1892. 63- Sunlight and shadow. 
84, Sutherland Avenue. 

Maida Vale. 
1898. 214 Passing showers. 

CROOKE, W. P Etcher. 

I, Dawson Place, Baysu'ater. 
1879. 1295 Courtyard in Antwerp; etching. 

CROOME, J. D Painter. 

126, Albany Street. 
1844. 280 The Astrologer. 

912 The rescue of the standard. 

1846. 548 Two of the Arabian horses pre- 

sented to Her Majesty by Sir 

Jamsetjee Jejeebhoy, Knt., of 

Bombay, with the attendants. 

20, Albany Street. 

1849. 535 Family jars; study of still life. 

1850. 20 A young cavalier. 

581 Undying laurels. "What, 
though your fame with all 
your thousand trumpets 
sound o'er the sepulchre, 
will that awake the sleeping 
dead?" 

CROPLEY, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1789. 466 Portrait of a young lady. 
560 Instruction. 

12, Fitzroy Street. 
i8ir. 267 Portraits of the sons of C. 
Campbell, Esq., of Edmon- 
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CROPSEY, Jasper F Painter. 

Ne7C' York. 
1845. 574 Landscape: autumnal morn- 
ing — Orange Country, New 
York; Greenwood Lake in 
the distance. 

2, Kensington Gate. 

1857. +97 An Indian summer morning in 

the White Mountains, 
America. " Filled was the 
air with a dreamy and 
magical light, etc." — Long- 
felloiu. 
9S3 The Clove, Catskill Mountains, 
America. 

1858. 112 Brambles. 

741 The backwoods of America. 

1859. 318 Sea coast at West Lulworth, 

Dorset. 
721 Vermont scenery — America. 
924 Psestum. 
i860. 394 Roadside at Bonchurch, Isle of 

\Vight. 
479 Sea coast at Bonchurch. 
481 Under the cliff at Bonchurch. 

1 86 1. 619 Corfe Castle, Dorset. 

1862. 288 Autumn in the White Moun- 

tains, America. 



CROS, J. B. Miniature Painter. 

4, Westmoreland Street. 
1836. 673 The Countess of Weidersheim. 



CROSBY, William Painter. 

49, Sutham Street, Stmderland. 
1S59. 913 The mother's hope. 

49, Tatham Street, Sunderland. 
1S61. 4 The tired gleaner. "Benottoo 
narrow, husbandman, etc." 
621 Fisher lass — looking out for 
boats. 
1862. 358 Mischief conquered. 

5S6 Happy days. 
1865. 544 The dried-up bed of a rivulet. 
187 1. 91 Mrs. Drury. 

2, Pellatt Grove, Wood Green. 
1873. 96 Harvest time. 



CROSHAW, C. W Architect. 

7, Fen church Buildings. 
1831. loii Interior design for a triumphal 
monument. 



CROSHAW, T Painter. 

42, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1846. 244 Still life. 



CROSLAND, Enoch Painter. 

]Vhatstandwell, Derbyshire. 
1885. 777 Winter among the Derbyshire 
Hills. 

Duffield, Derbyshire. 
1889. 939 Sheep reposing. 

CROSLEY, Miss Edith A. . Painter. 

15, Batouni Gardens, 

West Kensington. 
1882. 1443 Penelope. 

CROSNIER, Jules Painter. 

8, Exhibition Road, 

South Kensington. 

1902. 951 In the Alps. 

1903. 831 Bortelhorn, Simplon. 

CROSS, A. Campbell Painter. 

22, Oakley Crescent, Chelsea. 
1S97. 1702 The secret. 

CROSS, Alfred W. S Architect. 

50, Torrington Square. 
1 88 1. 1 1 17 Proposed residence, Hastings. 
Memorial Buildings, Hastings. 
1885. 1909 Design; Hastings and St. Leo- 
nards Infirmary. 

53, Maddox Street. 

1903. 1650 Almshouses at Wood Green. 

1904. 1656 Haggerston Public Baths. 
\See also Sp.\lding .\nd Cross.) 

CROSS, F Architect. 

Faradise Row, 

Stoke Newingtoit. 
1845. 1224 Design for a national museum. 
41, Charterhouse Square. 
1S47. 1178 Institute at Stoke Newington. 
1204 Kingsland, etc.. Literary In- 
stitution. 
1848. 1272 Villa at Portneligan Tynan, 
Ireland, for Thos. J. Teni- 
son, Esq. 

53, Moorgate Street. 
1855. 1255 Villa at Muswell Hill. 

CROSS, John Painter. 

40, Robert Street. 

1850. 491 The burial of the two sons of 

Edward IV in the Tower, 
1483. 

185 1. 580 Edward the Confessor leaving 

his crown to Harold. " On 
the other side it is main- 
tained, with equal confid- 
ence, that he named Harold 
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chiefs and churchmen that 
no one was so worthy of the 
crown as the great son of 
Godwin." 

1S51. 619 Harold's oath to William. 
" Harold, who it is said was 
thus publicly taken by sur- 
prise, durst not retract: he 
stepped forward with a 
troubled and confused air, 
laid his hand upon the book 
and swore. As soon as the 
oath was taken, at a signal 
from the Duke, the missal 
was removed, the cloth of 
gold was taken off, and a 
large tub was discovered, 
filled to the very brim with 
dead men's bones and dried- 
up bodies of saints, over 
which the son of Godwin 
had sworn without knowing 
it, etc." 

39, SfanJwpe Street. 

1853. 5S2 Death of Thomas a Becket, 
Archbishop of Canterbury, 
December 29, 11 70. 

7, Park Place West. 

1856. 596 Lucy Preston's petition, a.d. 
1690. " Lucy did not reply; 
she only raised her eyes with 
an appealing look to the 
Queen, and then turned them 
expressively on the portrait 
of King James, opposite to 
which Her Majesty was 
standing, etc. ..." Rise, 
dear child,' said she; ' thou 
hast prevailed; thy father 
shall not die; I grant his 
pardon at thy entreaty — thy 
filial love hath saved him.' " 
38, Gloucester Road. 

1858. 457 Coronationof William the Con- 
queror. " On the conqueror 
being proclaimed king the 
loud shouts of the English 
and French were mistaken 
for hostile tumult. . . . Mean- 
while William held thecrown 
of England in his grip as 
though no mortal hand 
should ever wrest it from 
him, etc." 

CROSS, Joseph Painter. 

6, Victoria Road, Preston. 
1890. 1417 A pathway of light. 
1892. 1 165 " Clouds that veil the midnight 
moon." 
II. 



CROSS, Max Painter. 

1 3, Eglantine Road, 

Wands'iOorth. 
1S98. 1223 A Susse.x windmill. 

CROSS, Thomas B Painter. 

Royal Avenue, Scarborough. 
1S94. 430 Summer meadows. 
1896. 831 Brandon, Suffolk. 

CROSSE, Edwin Reeve Painter. 

5, Springfield Terrace, 

Headingly, near Leeds. 
1 888. 9S4 Washington Teasdale, Esq. 

The King Stagg, Bushey, Herts. 
1890. 376 Expectancy. 

1896. 329 "Who's coming?" 

1897. 17 Welcome spring. 

1S5 Dorothy, daughter of A. J. 
Clayton, Esq. 

CROSSE, Richard. 

Miniature Painter. 
Henrietta St., Covent Garden. 

1770. 65 A portrait, in miniature, of a 

lady playing on a guitar. (// 
is Lady Mexborough, easy 
and well. — Walpole.) 

1771. 52 Three miniatures. {Dukes of 

Gloucester and Cumberland. 
—Walpole.) 
Portrait of a lady, in miniature. 

do. do. 

do. do. 

do. gentleman, in min- 
iature. {Col. G. West.— 
Walpole. ) 

1774. 55 Portrait of a gentleman, in 

miniature. 

1775. 80 A Turk. I Minia- 



1772. 


62 


1773- 


64 




65 




66 



1776. 



1777. 



81 Portrait of a lady 
73 Portrait of a lady, 
colours. 

76 A portrait of a lady, 

with a child. 

77 A portrait of a lady. 



tures. 
in water 





79 




80 


1778. 


73 




74 




75 


1779. 


63 


1780. 


233 



Minia- 
tures. 



78 do. gentle- 

man. 

do. do. 

do. child. 

Portrait of a gentleman. \ 

do. lady. I Minia- 

do. do.; [ tures. 

small whole-length./ 
A gentleman, in miniature. 
{Dr. Hunter. — Walpole.) 
233 Portrait of a gentleman; minia- 
ture. 
247 Portrait of a lady; miniature. 
272 do. lady. 

E E 



2IO 

Crosse, 

17S.. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Richard — continued. 

v-i Portrait of a gentleman. 



1782. 

«783- 
1784. 



1785- 
1786. 
1787. 
17S8. 



(Pai 
1789. 

1790. 

1795- 
1796. 



do. lady, 

do. gentleman. 

do. do. 

do. Mrs. Siddons. 

do. gentleman, 

do. lady of quality. 

{Lady Salisbury. —\^7>\^o\q.) 
Portrait of a child, 
do. lady, 

do. gentleman. 

do. lady. {Mrs. Bil- 

lingtoti.) 

367 Portrait of alady; whole-length, 
water colours, 
inter in Enamel to His Majesty.) 
296 Portrait of a lady. 
342 do. clergyman. 
309 do. gentleman; enamel. 
460 do. do. do. 

520 do. do. 



311 

2S6 
320 
33+ 

2S2 

3" 
298 
312 
296 



CROSSE, S Architect. 

Heme Hill. 
18.^3. 1313 Design for a church. 

CROSSLAND, James Painter. 

South Langrigge, Windermere. 
1898. 390 Nature still unspoiled. 

Broughton in Fitrness. 
1903. 9 Tilberthwaite, Coniston. 

CROSSLAND, J. M Painter, 

77, London JVall. 

1832. 82 Portrait of a gentleman. 

259 Bandit chief destroying his 
child, fearing that its cries 
might lead to a discovery of 
his place of retreat. 

261 Italian peasants. 

1833. 314 Medora. 

21, Shaftesbicry Terrace. 
1844. 533 E. F. Leeks, Esq., Secretary to 
the St. Ann's Society. 



CROSSLAND, William Henry. 

Architect. 

7, Albert Street. 

1166 View from St. Erasmus Chapel, 

AVestminster Abbey. 

2, Carlton Chambers, Leeds. 

1008 St. Stephen's Church, Copley. 

1327 New Town Hall, Rochdale: 

The great hall. 
927 New Town Hall, Rochdale: 
staircase. 



1855- 



1869. 
1873- 

1875- 



1875. 986 The Holloway Sanitorium, 

Virginia Water. 
1013 Post office, Huddersfield. 
1043 Town Hall, Rochdale. 

4, Regent Street. 

1876. 1007 The Holloway Sanitorium. 

1877. 1136 All Saints, Yorkshire. 
1 173 Holloway College. 

1197 The theatre, Huddersfield. 

1198 Ramsden estate, Huddersfield. 

1878. 1052 Holy Trinity Church, Orsett. 

The Holloway College, Egham. 

1881. 1138 Holloway College: students' 

stairs. 

1882. 1 173 Holloway 

way. 
1 1 84 Holloway 
tower. 
1 195 Holloway 
way. 

46, Upper Bedford Place. 
1884. 1308 Holloway College Chapel. 



College: east gate- 
College : central 
College: west gate- 



CROSSWELL, J Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1788. 632 Portrait of a gentleman. 

CROSTHWAITE, Daniel ... Painter. 

6, Gerrard Street, Soho. 
1833. 1022 Miss M. A. Newton. 
1835. 72 Portrait of a lady. 



CROSTHWAITE 



523. 4" 



412 



S Painter. 

6, Bucklersbury. 
Derwentwater and Skiddaw 

from Barrow Hall. 
Head of Windermere from 
Low Wood; Langdale Pikes 
in the distance. 



CROTCH, Dr. William Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1799. 659 A landscape. 
1803. 140 View of Dovedale. 
1809. 153 Scenery of Heathfield Park, 
Sussex. 

CROUCH, Henry A Architect. 

12, Grafs Lnn Square. 
1904. 162S Design: Library entrance, 
Workington. 

CROUCH (J.) and BUTLER (E.). 

Architects. 

39, Newhall Street, 

Birmingham. 
1899. 1 65 1 New Higher Grade School, 
etc., Aston, Birmingham, 



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211 



CROUDACE, Mrs. E. H. ... Painter. 

27, Upper Albany Street. 
1852. 723 Russian peasant woman from 
Toola on pilgrimage to the 
holy city of Kiev. 
869 Portrait of a lady. 

1 1 , Russell Place. 
1853- 964 "Oulianka," peasant girl of 

Ukraine, Russia. 
1863. 349 In maiden meditation fancy 
free. 



CROW, Miss Margaret G. ... Painter. 

36, Belgrave Road. 
1879. 1251 Study of a head. 

21, Penyivern Road, 

Earl's Court. 
1897. 1089 "Don't cry, baby!" 

CROWDY, Miss Rose Painter. 

I, Higher Terrace, Torquay. 
1895. 1363 Head of a man; study. 

CROWE, 'E.yvz, A.R.A Painter. 

5, Devonshire Place, 

Hampstead Road. 
1846. 534 Master Prynne searching Arch- 
bishop Laud's pockets in 
the Tower. "Thus farre 
the Bishop proceeded in his 
Diary, which had an un- 
expected period put unto it, 
being seized by Master 
Prynne in the Tower, May 

31. 1643-." 

1848. 106 Boulogne girl knitting. 
124S The Roman Carnival. 

1849. 588 Holbein drawing the infant son 

of Henry VHI and his nurse, 
Mother Jack. 
At Mr. Colburne's, 

75, Ebury Street. 
1854. 619 Cardinal Richelieu and the 
Pere Joseph, etc. 
12, Queen Charlotte Street. 

1857. 1 196 A scene at the Mitre; Dr. 

Johnson, Boswell, Gold- 
smith. 

8, Nottingham Row. 

1858. 570 Benjamin Franklin at Watts's 

in Lincoln's Inn Fields, a.d. 

1725- 
1 104 Pope's introduction to Dryden, 

at Will's Coffee House, in- 
cluding portraits of Tonson, 
Steele, Vanbrugh, Addison, 
Southerne, Dennis, Con- 
greve. Sir Charles Wogan, 



Dryden and Pope. " I had 
the honour of bringing Mr. 
Pope up to London, from 
our retreat in the forest of 
Windsor, to dress a la mode, 
and introduce at Will's 
Coffee Room."— .S/r C. Jl'o- 
gan's letter to Swift. 

1859. 569 Milton visiting Galileo in the 
prisons of the Inquisition. 
"There it was that I visited 
the famous Galileo, grown 
old, a prisoner to the Incjuisi- 
tion, for thinking of astro- 
nomy otherwise than the 
Franciscan and Dominican 
licencers thought." " Gal- 
ileo's daughters, who were 
nuns in a convent close by 
Galileo's prison, tended him 
during his incarceration; 
and the eldest, who was his 
favourite, read seven peni- 
tential psalms, a recitation 
which formed part of Gal- 
ileo's sentence." 
921 The Roundhead. "Few of 
the Puritans, what degree 
soever they were of, wore 
their hair long enough to 
cover their eares. . . . From 
this custom of wearing their 
haires, that name of Round- 
head became the scornful 
terme given to the whole 
Parliament Party." 

33, Langham Street. 

i860. 175 Dean Swift at St. James's 
Coffee House, 17 10. "I 
got M D's fourth letter to- 
day, at the coffee house, 
etc." 

1 86 1. 328 Slaves waiting for sale — Rich- 

mond, Virginia. 

1862. 457 De Foe in the pillory. "July 

31, 1703, Daniel Foe, alias 
De Foe, this day stood in 
the pillory at Temple Bar in 
pursuance of his sentence, 
given against him at the last 
sessions at the Old Bailey 
for writing and publishing 
a seditious libel, entitled 
The shortest way with the 
Dissenters." " During his 
exhibition he was protected 
by the same friends from 
the missiles of his enemies: 
and the mob, instead of pelt- 
ing him, resorted to the un- 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Crowe, Eyre, A.H.A. — continued. 

mannerly act of drinking his 
health, etc." 
1S63. 359 Brick Court, Middle Temple, 
April, 1774. " On the morn- 
ing of Monday, 4th of April, 
1774, Oliver Goldsmith 
died. . . . Brick Court is 
said to have been filled with 
mourners the reverse of 
domestic; women without a 
home, without domesticity 
of any kind, with no friend 
but him they had come to 
weep for; outcasts of that 
great, solitary wicked city to 
whom he had never for- 
gotten to be kind and charit- 
able. And he had domestic 
mourners too. His coffin 
was reopened at the request 
of Miss Horneck and her 
sister that a lock might be 
cut from his hair, etc." 

1864. 360 Luther pasting his theses on 

the church door of Witten- 
berg. Portraits are intro- 
duced of Tetzel, Luther's 
father and mother, and sister, 
of Catherme Bora, Lucas 
Cranach, etc., etc. " On the 
31st of October, 151 7, at 
noon on the day preceding 
the festival of All Saints, 
Luther, etc." 
594 Dean Swift looking at a lock 
of Stella's hair. " Dr. Tuke 
of St-. Stephen's Green, has a 
lock of her hair, on the 
envelope of which is written 
in Dean Swift's hand, ' Onfy 
a 7Cio/nan's /lai'r.' " 

1865. 559 Whitefield preaching in Moor- 

fields, A.D. 1742. "The 
merry andrew . . . got up 
upon a man's shoulders, 
etc." 

1866. 394 Reynolds's first sketch. "When 

but eight years old, he had 
made himself sufficiently 
master of Perspective, from 
the Jesuit treatise, to draw 
the school house according 
to rule, no easy matter, as 
the upper part is half sup- 
ported by a range of pillars." 
— Tom Taylor. 
603 Competitive examination. 

1867. 435 Charles II knighting the loin 

of beef. 



1868. 474 
673 



1869. 61 



96 
768 



1870. 


965 


IS7I. 


39 




241 


1872. 


214 




354 




569 




909 


1873- 


45 




166 




^34 




566 




626 


1874. 


537 




676 




1045 



A chiffonier. 

Mary Stuart, February 8th, 
1586. "She was executed 
attired in red, her outer black 
dress having been taken off 
previously, and afterwards 
placed in the presence cham- 
ber to await the visit of the 
Sheriff of Northampton, the 
surgeon, etc. . . . They dis- 
covered her body covered 
with a billiard cloth, and her 
favourite little dog crouching 
by her side." — Miss Strick- 
land. 

Shinglers. Shingling is the pro- 
cessof fashioning the puddled 
balls of iron into oblong 
slabs or blooms by heavy 
blows of the forge hammer, 
etc. 

The Jacobite. 

The penance of Dr. Johnson, 
1784. "My father, you re- 
collect, was a bookseller, and 
had long been in the habit 
of attending Uttoxeter mar- 
ket, and opening a stall of 
his books during that day. 
Confined to his bed by in- 
disposition, he requested me, 
this time fifty years ago, to 
visit the market in his place. 
... I gave my father a re- 
fusal. ... I went this day 
to Uttoxeter, and going into 
the market . . . uncovered 
my head and stood with it 
bare an hour before the stall, 
etc." 

The Vestal. " If by accident 
she met a person going to 
execution, his life was granted 
him." 

Old Mortality. 

Friends. 

Bob-cherry. 

Tiff 

Out of School. 

Howard succouring the gal- 
ley slaves at Venice, a.d. 
1778. 

After a run. 

After work. 

Brothers of the brush. 

Tethered. 

At the pit-door. 

A spoil bank. 

The dinner hour — Wigan. 

Foxhounds in kennel. 



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213 



1875. ^°- '"^ sheep-shearing match. 
3.S5 Handing the brush. 

S3 1 The French savants in Egypt, 
1798. " \\'hcn the Mame- 
lukes charged, the cry was, 
' Let messieurs the savants 
and the donkeys enter within 
the square.' " 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1876. 10 The Rehearsal. " Euelpides 

and Pisthetairus have fled 
from Athens and its vices. 
In search of a more tranquil 
region, they are directed by 
a raven to the community of 
birds ruled by their king 
Epops. The scene chosen 
represents their rebuff, on 
being at first mistaken for 
bird-catchers, etc., etc." — 
Aristophanes. 

146 Darning day: Red Maids' 
school, Bristol. 
9 Sanctuary. 

1S4 Silkworms. 

283 Prayer. 

3S9 Bridal procession at St. Maclou, 
Rouen. 

567 School treat. 

201 Bluecoat boys returning from 
their holiday. 

301 Marat: 13th July, 1793. "Char- 
lotte Corday, who had 
tried vainly two or three 
times to get admitted to see 
Marat, was overheard by him 
asking for an interview and 
he ordered her to be called 
in. . . . When she entered 
the room he elicited from 
her the names of Girondist 
deputies at Caen. He then 
said, ' They will soon all be 
guillotined.' Charlotte Cor- 
day then stabbed him with 
a knife, etc." 

588 The blind beggar. "And lo! 
thy guiding dog my care im- 
plores." 

943 E.xecution of the Due 
d'Enghien, 1S04. "On 
hearing the sentence of the 
military commission con- 
demning him to be shot, 
which was his first intimation 
of the fatal verdict, he asked 
for a pair of scissors, which 
were handed to him by some 
men of the firing party. He 
cut off a lock of his hair and 



1S77. 



1878. 
1879. 



handing it, along with a letter 
and a ring, asked to have 
these last tokens forwarded 
to the Princess Charlotte 
Rohan-Rochefort, to whom 
he had been privately 
married." 

1879. 1041 The Queen of the May. 

1880. 103 Queen Eleanor's tomb. 
448 Forfeits. 

1 88 1. 66 Explosion of the Cashmere 

Gate at Delhi, Sept. 14, 
1857. "The explosion party, 
consisting of Lieutenants 
Home and Salkeld of the 
Bengal Engineers, three ser- 
geants of the same corps, 
Burgess, Carmichael, and 
Smith, etc., in the face of a 
very hot fire crossed in suc- 
cession the precarious tim- 
bers of the battered bridge. 
. . . The Victoria Cross was 
conferred upon Lieuts. 
Home and Salkeld, also on 
Bugler Hawthorne and Ser- 
geant Smith, etc." 

503 "Sandwiches." 

584 Sir Roger de Coverley and the 
Spectator at Westminster 
Abbey. " We were then 
conveyed to the Coronation 
chair, where my old friend . . . 
sat down in the chair, etc." 

1882. 552 "How happy could I be with 

either." 
840 The Defence of London in 
1643. "Mount Hill Fort I 
found standing on a high 
way . . . the lower bulwarks 
are pallisaded round about. 
The figure on horseback is 
that of Major-General Philip 
Skippon, who commanded 
these Parliamentary forces, 
etc." 

1883. II Old porch, Evesham. 

427 " An old nag is a sly nag." 
784 Market place, Evesham. 
872 "Wood-notes wild." 
18S4. 169 Schoolat the Aitre, St. Maclou, 
Rouen. 
1627 Fish Market, Rouen. 
1885. 451 Bairn's play. "The babe had 
all that infant care beguiles, 
etc." 
780 Honeymoon in Normandy — a 

street in Lisieux. 
811 Old chantry at Auberville, 
Calvados. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Crowe, Eyre, A.R.A. — continued. 

iSS6. y-'' Hougoumont, June, 1818, the 
day after the battle. " Leav- 
ing Hougoumont my atten- 
tion was called to a group of 
wounded Frenchmen by the 
calm, dignified, and soldier- 
like oration addressed by 
one of them to the rest. 
The speaker was sitting on 
the ground with his lance 
stuck upright beside him — 
a veteran lancer of the old 
guard, who had no doubt 
fought on many a field." 

1887. Soo Arithmetic: RedMaids'school, 

Bristol. 
807 Convicts at work, Portsmouth. 
30, Duke Street, St. Janus' s. 

1888. 1055 Nelson leaving England for the 

last time. "On the 14th 
September, 1805, Nelson 
embarked at Portsmouth 
from the beach, where the 
bathing machines were 
placed, instead of the usual 
landing place, to elude the 
populace; but a crowd col- 
lected in his train, pressing 
forward to obtain a sight of 
him. He said, ' I had their 
huzzas before; I have their 
hearts now.' The crowd 
pressed forward to shake 
hands with him, when he 
expressed regret that, hav- 
ing one hand only, he could 
not do so with all, etc." 
Reform Club, Pall Mall. 

1889. 648 Military honours. "There thy 

rest thou shalt take, etc." 
107 1 In quest of the Finnan bad- 
dies. 
1 1 00 The signal mortar. 

Cobham Lodge, Munstcr Road. 

1890. 794 A rifle match — at Dunnottar, 

N.B. 
296, King's Road, Chelsea. 

1891. 3S8 Writinga message to St. Helena. 

Marie Louise, holding the 
hand of her son, the Roi de 
Rome, guides the pen in 
writing a letter to Napoleon 
at St. Helena, and sends 
along with it a lock of the 
child's hair. 
550 The founder of English astro- 
nomy. Jeremiah Horrocks, 
curate at Hoole, Lancashire, 
having attended first to his 



religious duties on Sunday, 
November 24, 1639, and 
after having previously pre- 
pared his instrument for the 
observation of the transit of 
Venus, returns just in time 
to witness the event which 
he alone had correctly pre- 
dicted as going to take 
place. 

1891. 1021 Sir Joseph A. Crowe, K. CM. G. 

1892. 535 Lady Coventry's escort. "Lady 

Coventry, having been in- 
sulted in the park Sunday 
se'night, the King (George 
II) heard of it and said that 
to prevent the same for the 
future, she should have a 
guard, etc." 

1893. 802 Peg of Limavaddy. "Pre- 

sently a maid enters with 
the liquor, etc." 
2 7, Charlotte St., Portland Place. 

1894. 415 The Brigs of Ayr. "Your 

poor narrow footpath o' a 

street, etc." 
426 Farmhouse in the Boulonnais. 
697 F'oundling Hospital. 

1895. 540 A baptism in the cathedral of 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 

652 Le Petit chapeau : the hat worn 
by the Emperor Napoleon 
at Waterloo. 

674 Thomas Carlyle looking at the 
Duke of Buccleuch's minia- 
tures of Cromwell, his wife, 
anddaughter. From a sketch 
made at the time of his visit 
to Burlington House, 6th 
February, 1879. 

719 Fishermen's Home, Great Yar- 
mouth. 

747 The mourners : Sailor's Home, 
Bristol. 

1896. 671 Drawing lots for the Guelph 

succession at Celle, a.d. 
1592. "It is stated in the 
conclusion of Duke Chris- 
tian's speech to his brother, 
' To preserve the splendour 
of our house only one of us 
should marry, so that one 
will be the head of the new 
line. . . .' They drew lots : 
seven balls, one of which 
was gilt, the others silvered, 
were thrown into the helmet. 
. . . Fate decided in favour 
of George the youngest but 
one, etc." 



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215 



1897. 580 Trial for bigamy. 
815 The gipsy's rest. 
883 The crow-boy. 

1898. 407 James II at La Hogue, May, 

1692. "The French mari- 
ners often went off undis- 
turbed in their boats from 
one side of the ship, whilst 
the English had entered and 
were destroying the other. 
During the action a generous 
exclamation burst from 
James, for when he first 
saw the seamen in swarms 
scrambling up the high sides 
of the French ships from 
their boats, he cried, ' Ah ! 
none but my brave English 
could do so brave an action." 

1899. 72 The way to the farm. 

97 On the Boulogne ramparts. 
" There are few prospects 
more charming than the 
familiar view from these old 
French walls." — Thackeray. 
810 J. F. Millet in his studio at 
Barbizon. 

Crossing the brook. 

The poultry yard. "While the 
cock with lively din, etc." 

Le chapeau de paille. 

The doles of Montreuil. "I 
could afford nothing for the 
rest but ' Dieu voiis bhiisse; 
et le bon Dieu vous btnisse 
encore,' said the old soldier, 
the dwarf, etc." — Sterne. 

1902. 493 Napoleon's abdication, April 5, 

1814. " Napoleon, when 
signing his abdication at 
Fontainebleau, added to it 
this proviso ... at the end 
of their audience an emis- 
sary of Prince Schwartzen- 
berg entered, announcing 
the defection of Bourmont's 
Corps in favour of the Allies. 
. . . Alexander I added, ' II 
est trop tard ! we can only 
treat of unconditional abdi- 
cation,' etc." 
630 The concertina player. 

1903. 310 Milking time. 

448 The embroideress. 

492 The windmill of Crecy. " On 
August 26, 1346, on which 
day was fought the Battle of 
Cr&y, it is stated that ' Ed- 
ouard III mounted a wind- 
mill,' etc." 





821 


1900. 


6.3 




894 


I90I. 


549 



1903. 503 The Village farrier. 
683 The Kitchen garden. 
755 The watering place. 

1904. 566 Shelley at Marlow writing the 

dedication of "The Revolt 
of Islam " to his wife on its 
completion in 181 7. "So 
now my summer task is 
ended, etc." 
739 The Rt. Hon. John Bright, 
M.P., at the Reform Club, 
1883. 

CROWE, J Architect. 

I, George St., Ens ton Spiare. 
1831. 963 Castellated mansion. 

1093 Cenotaph to Sir H. Douglas. 

CROWE, T Miniature Painter. 

2 2, Stockbridge Terrace, Pimlico. 

1854. -10 Mrs. Gregson Fell. 

711 Miss Gertrude Coventry. 

1855. 923 B. B. Williams, Esq. 

953 Mrs. Joseph Hankey Dobree. 

954 Mrs. and Miss Kitchener and 

Mrs. William Reade. 



CROWHURST, Miss Julia. 

Miniature Painter. 
38, Gower Street. 
1899. 1296 Madame Rdjane. 

CROWLEY, Nicholas J., R.H.A. 

Painter. 

9, High Street, Belfast. 
410 The eventful consultation. 
503 Lady in a Swiss dress. 

17, King William St., Strand. 
458 Portrait of a gentleman. 
783 An Eastern story-teller. 
(Elected R.H.A.) 

73, Nis7iiman Street. 
16 Study from life. 
391 Greek Girl. 
403 Portraits of the children of 

B. Webster, Esq. 
50S The Marquess of Normanby, 
late I^ord Lieutenant of Ire- 
land. 

19, Charlotte Street. 
1840. 17 Mrs. John Mortimer. 
87 The wedding ring. 
172 "What 's her history?" 
946 His Highness the Prince Na- 
poleon Louis Bonaparte. 
19 (Octagon Room.) "Nothing 
uncommon." 



1835- 
1836. 

1838. 



1839. 



2l6 



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Crowley, N 

1841. 5'4 



985 



1842. 420 
536 

1843. 51S 

580 



1844. 109 



'39 



1845- 



1849. 



1851. 



.83 



276 



icholasj., A'//-^^- — continued. 

Macdonald of C.lcncoe in Ser- 
jeant Talfourd's tragedy of 
"Glencoe"as represented by 
B. Webster, Esq. 

As you like it. ^^ Rosalind. 
Gentleman, wear this for 
me." 

The crusader's departure. 

"Faint heart never won fair 
lady." 

Expectation. 

The reduced house. " And so 

he went to seek his fortune." 

1 3, Upper Fitzroy Square. 

Mrs. Aikenhead, foundress and 
superioress of the religious 
Sisters of Charity in Ireland. 

The Most Rev. Dr. Murray, 
Catholic Archbishop of Dub- 
lin. 

Mrs. O'Brien. 

O'Connell. 

Taking the veil, containing por- 
traits of the Most Rev. Dr. 
Murray, Roman Catholic 
Archbishop of Dublin, Mrs. 
Aikenhead, Founder of the 
order of Religious Sisters of 
Charity in England and Ire- 
land; and two sons of the 
Hon. Colonel Southwell. 
Painted for St. Vincenfs 
Hospital, Step/sen's Green, 
Dublin. 

Miss Sharpe. 

Mrs. Maher. 

Children of the Hon. James 
Norton. 

Portrait of a lady and child. 

Robert James Tennent, Esq. 

Charles Manby, Esq., Secretary 
of the Institute of Civil En- 
gineers. 
408 The caution. 

Mrs. Tennent. 

The eve of battle. 

Portrait of the lady of Nicholas 
V. Maher, Esq., M.P. 
1850. 36S Portrait of the children of S. R. 
McClean, Esq. 

Her Excellency the Countess 
of Clarendon. 

Major the Hon. J. Macdonald. 

Mrs. G. Shaw and children. 

Portrait. 

The Lawn at Anningsley, with 
portraits of the Hon. and 
Rev. James Norton, Mrs. 
James Norton, and children. 



1846. 


263 




276 




441 


1847. 


■55 




240 




281 



553 



452 



649 

1092 
377 
379 
391 



1 85 1. 798 The first step. 

1852. 613 Scene from the "Vicar of 

Wakefield." "I entreat, 
woman, that my words may 
be marked once for all, I 
have here brought you back 
a poor deluded wanderer." 
II 14 Miss Gore. 

1853. 1072 Mrs. Linklater and her two 

sisters. 

1854. 219 Master Edward Foster Vicars, 

son of Lieut. -Colonel Vicars. 

1855. 586 Miss Gracy Norton. 

(The late.) 

1858. 455 Nature. 

CROWLEY, P. L Sculptor. 

1 a, Hampstead Street. 
1847. 1343 Drowned youth. 

6, Cardington Street. 
1850. 1388 Bust of T. H. Illidge, Esq. 

1443 do. a lady. 
1S51. 1342 Portrait bust in marble of a little 
child. 

2 1, University Street. 

1853. 1345 Model of Cupid to be executed 

in marble. 

1854. 1509 Marble bust of a child. 

18, Leverton Street. 

1859. 1363 Sheridan Knowles; marble 

bust. 

CROWQUILL, Alfred (Alfred Henry 

Forrester) Painter. 

4, Portland Place North, 

Clapham Road. 

1845. 710 The huntsman's rest. 
1085 The solitary. 

1846. 1014 Sherwood. 
1129 Picnic. 

CROWTHER, G Architect, 

7, Oakley Crescent. 

1875. 967 The tombs in the South Am- 

bulatory in Westminster 
Abbey. 

CROWTHER, John Architect. 

7, Oakley Crescent. 

1876. 848 Entrance to Poets' Corner. 
979 Tombs of three abbots, West- 
minster Abbey. 

22, Doddington Grove, S.E. 

1886. 1551 Dining Hall, Middle Temple. 

1887. 1318 King's Head, Borough. 

1888. 1862 Oak room. New River Com- 

pany. 
3, Victoria Villas, Reading. 

1889. 1344 Rue Kleber, Algiers. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



15, S/KirsUad S/r,-e/, 

Kenninglon Park. 
1890. 1397 View of Algiers. 

90, Ftntiman Road, 

South Lambeth. 

1897. 1254 Chapel of St. Wilfrid, Hronip- 

ton Oratory. 
1 2, Creuhison Roaii, 

Brixton Road. 

1898. 10S4 Oratory of St. Philip Neri. 

CROXFORD, Thomas Swainson. 

Painter. 

Upton House, Brentford. 
1880. 947 Near Tintagel, Cornwall. 

Elthoren, Brentford. 
1884. 87S On the Cornish Coast. 

CROXFORD, William Edward. 

Painter. 

Mona Lodge, Brentford. 
1882. 946 The close of autumn. "The 
melancholy days are come, 
etc." 
Kynaston, Linton Road, 

Hastings. 

1889. SOI Under the shadow of the cliflf. 

1890. 171 " The stilly hours when storms 

are gone, and warring winds 
have died away." 
Headlands, Newquay, 

Cortmiall. 

1895. 994 Washing fish — Polperro, Corn- 

wall. 

1896. 1119 Afternoon — Cubert, Cornwall. 
{See W. Croxford Edwards.) 

CROYDON, W. J Painter. 

2, Brunswick Terrace, 

Windsor. 
1858. 925 Waterfall — Westmoreland. 

CROZIER, Miss Anne Jane. 

Painter. 

47, Sidney Street, Manchester. 

1871. 613 My doves. 

1872. 865 Feeding ducks. 
1879. 773 The acacia. 

866 Sympathy. 

826, Stockport Road, Levens- 
hulme, near Manchester. 
1894. IIC9 The Stackyard. 

CROZIER, George Painter. 

Radcliffe Library, Oxford. 
1866. 692 Head of a lion. 
II. 



47, Sidney Street, Manchester. 
1872. 7S9 Morning on the mountains in 

a deer forest. 
1876. 810 In the woodlands. 

29, South Molt on Street. 

1878. 732 Morning shadows. 

1879. 902 After the chase. 
18S0. 881 Tranquil shores. 

Tal-y-hont, Conway. 
1886. 1130 "Watch towers of the Hills." 

CROZIER, Robert Painter. 

9, Middleton's Buildings. 

1836. 177 View on the Thames. 

1837. 157 Thames from Blackwall. 
162 A calm. 

1838. 154 View at Northfleet. 
519 View on the Thames. 

1839. 253 Sketch off Boulogne. 

1 84 1. 293 View on the Thames near 
Erith. 
324 Fishing boats off Partelle near 
Boulogne. 
1843. 89 View on the Thames near 
Woolwich. 
90 A calm. 

29, Bnw Street. 
1846. 662 View on the Thames. 

CROZIER, Robert Painter. 

45, Sidney Street, Manchester. 
1854. 213 Early guile. 
1861. 418 Portrait. 
1 863. 444 A good little girl. 

1870. 398 Dido. 

1882. 196 Amy Kathleen, daughter of 
J. Thewlis Johnson, Esq. 

CRUICKSHANK, Miss Catherine 
Gertrude Miniature Painter. 

20, Clarendon Road, 

South Kensington. 

1868. 797 Walter, son of Henry Cottam, 

Esq., C.G.C. 

1869. 1063 Juliet. 

1871. 993 Lizzie. 

1872. 1346 Maude, daughter of H. R. 

Cottam, Esq. 
1365 Mary, daughter of ditto. 

1873. 640 "Consider the lilies of the 

field." 
17, St owe Road, 

Shepherd's Bush. 

1882. 1397 Little Mischief. 

1883. 1 25 1 The new baby. 
3, Blythe Villas, 

West Kensington. 
1885. 1492 Daisy. 

1572 A portrait. 

F F 



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Catherine Ger- 



Cruickshank, Miss 
trude — continued. 
1SS7. 1355 Friends. 

1405 "Cuckoo." 

140S Mrs. Pierrepoint. 

85, Sternedak Road, 

Kensington Park. 
1S88. 1495 Lady Eva Greville. 
1889. 1648 Portrait of a lady. 

CRUICKSHANK, F. 

Miniature Painter. 

34, Gerrard Street, Solio. 

1822. 426 Mr. Laurie. 

78 1 Jas. Duncan, Esq. 

1823. 693 Portrait of a gentleman. 
721 Mr. Ogston. 

88S Mrs. Davies. 
911 Mr. Davies. 

1824. 670 E. G. Mathew, Esq. 

672 Sir Peter Laurie, High Sheriff 

of London and Middlesex. 
727 Mr. W. Cox. 

806 Portrait of a lady. 

807 R. Wade, Esq. 

809 Portrait of a lady. 

1825. 5S5 do. do. 
587 J. J. Halls, Esq. 

618 W. Evans, Esq., M.P. 

619 W. Gisborne, Esq. 
813 Portrait. 

16, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1826. 742 Willoughby Mondy, Esq. 
7S5 Miss Augusta Mondy. 
7S9 Miss Maria Mondy. 

810 Mrs. Bristow. 

63, Frith Street. 

1827. 649 Miss Moseley. 

651 Portrait of a gentleman. 

670 Miss H. Lister, daughter of 

Thomas Lister, Esq., Armit- 

age Park. 
701 Mrs. Monday and daughter. 
816 Miss Grove of Shenston Park. 
859 Miss Lister, daughter of Thomas 

Lister of Armitage Park. 

1828. 679 Mrs. J. B. Crompton. 
714 Rev. Brook Boothby. 
769 R. Wade, Esq. 

867 Portrait of a gendeman. 
9'6 do. lady. 

935 do. do. 

52, Newma7i Street. 

1829. 708 Captain Campbell. 
741 Portrait of a lady. 
871 Mrs. Turner. 

877 Miss Bache. 

94° Edward Pretty, Esq. 

945 William Robertson, Esq. 



701 
705 
721 

73> 



1830. 686 John Russell, Esq., M.P. 

763 William Russell, Esq. 

764 Master Russell. 

850 Hon. Mrs. William Russell. 
874 Portrait of a gentleman. 

79, Nezvman Street. 

1 83 1. 658 William Elliott, Esq. 

678 Mrs. Vaughan Williams. 
680 Mrs. Eraser. 

716 J. Farquhar Eraser, Esq. 
813 Portrait of a lady. 
841 E. Vaughan Williams, Esq. 
886 Edmund R. Daniell, Esq. 

23, Newman Street. 

1832. 657 John M. Lamb, Esq. 

679 Alderman Scales. 
713 Mrs. Elliott. 

728 Earl of Carnarvon. 

776 Portrait of a gentleman. 

34, Great Marlborough Street. 
1S33. 515 The Rt. Hon. Sir Peter Laurie, 
Lord Mayor. 
Suliver J. Beecher, Esq. 
— Hallam, Esq. 
Mrs. Charles Gaskell. 
H. G. Barnard, Esq. 

851 Portrait of a gentleman. 
902 Arthur W. Jones, Esq. 
926 Charles Gaskell, Esq. 

1834. 798 Charles Law, Esq. 

806 Charles Jennings, Esq. 
849 Mrs. George Cripps. 

1835. 656 Peter Laurie, Esq., D.C.L. 
660 John J. Audubon, Esq., F.R.S. 
686 Miss Josephine Martineau. 
780 Mrs. Audubon. 

782 Portrait of a lady. 
823 H. J. Turner, Esq. 

91, Dean Street, Soho. 

1836. 497 Matthew Gisborne, Esq. 
787 Portrait of a lady. 

1837. 547 B. Phillips, Esq. 
623 Mrs. Fielder. 

678 Sir John Dean Paul, Bart. 
715 Lady Buckler. 

807 Master V. Ames. 

819 William P. Wood, Esq. 
870 Earl of Wilton, etc. 
905 Miss Holland. 

12, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1838. S30 The Bishop of Norwich. {Ed- 

7vard Stanley. ) 
943 Major Moor, F.R.S. , Bombay 

Army. 
1057 The Hon. and Very Rev. the 
Dean of Norwich. (George 
Pelle7v.) 

1839. 605 The Dean of Christchurch. 

{Thomas Gaisford.) 



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219 



1839. 650 The Rev. the Provost of Oriel 
College, Oxford. 
653 Mrs. Colonel Pedler. 
753 The Rev. the Master of Balliol 

College, Oxford. 
793 William Liddell, Esq. 
8+2 Henry Drummond, Esq. 
679 Mrs. Henry Drummond. 
695 Mrs. Twenilow. 
708 Thomas Twemlow, Esq. 
614 Miss E. Baly. 
930 Portrait of a lady. 

3, Greek Street, So ho. 
1077 Portrait of a lady. 

6, Russell Place. 
677 Mrs. H. Princep. 
859 Sir James Hawkins Whitshed, 
Bart., Admiral of the Fleet. 
875 Mrs. Robert Wade. 

56, Devonshire Street. 
773 Portrait of a gentleman. 
882 Lady Carmichael. 
915 Charles C. Prinsep, Esq. 
934 Portrait of a lady and child. 
820 Miss Mary Gaugain. 
857 Major-General M'Leod. 
1031 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1071 At home: a family group. 

1087 Charles Ford, Esq. 
719 Lieut. - General Sir Howard 

Douglas, Bart., M.P. 
741 The Chevalier de Curtoys. 
991 Robert Wade, Esq. 
99S Miss Whitworth Russell. 
1026 Charles S. Teesdale, Esq. 

1029 Miss Elphinstone Fleeming. 

1030 Rev. Whitworth Russell. 
1043 James Hawkins Whitshed, 

Esq., R.N. 
867 Mrs. William Princep. 
1041 Mrs. Ackworthy. 
105 1 Mrs. Pitcairn. 

Alexander Colvin, Esq. 
Mrs. Halbert. 
Mrs. T. F. Goune. 
Miss Gertrude Smith. 
St. Vincent Whitshed, Esq. 
Mrs. Laurie. 

Portrait of three children of 
St. Vincent Whitshed, Esq. 
5, Haymarket. 
Miss F. Carr. 
057 Portrait of a lady. 

Miss Beatrice M. Northall 
Laurie. 

1088 Miss Emmeline Russell. 
1175 Charles Elliott, Esq. 
1 177 A child of the late Captain 

Wemyss. 
1206 Mrs. Blenkinsop. 



1841. 

1842. 

1843. 
1S44. 

1845. 
1846. 

1847. 



1848. 





1052 


1849. 


622 




721 




935 




937 




948 




970 


IS50. 


1008 




1057 


I85I. 


851 



1852. 1078 Miss Reveire Whitshed. 

1853. 246 A study. 

307 A sea nymph and cupids. 
707 Miss Barton. 

1013 The children of Captain (korgc 
Moxon. 

1854. 6S4 W. P. Gaskell, Esq., 94th 

Regiment. 
886 C. B. (iaskell, Esq. 
40, Kildare Terrace, 

Baysivafcr. 

1855. 1125 Major-General Bentinck. 

73, Upper Norton Street. 

1857. 728 Grace Frances Cline. 

1858. 857 Mrs. Bacon Frank. 

888 Colonel Arthur Cavendish 
Bentinck. 

73, Boisover Street. 
1859- 759 Thomas Russell, Esq. 
i860. 729 George Lees, Esq. 
753 Mrs. Lees. 

CRUICKSHANK, Francis Painter. 

12, Dulilin Street, Edudnirgh. 
1852. 25 "So, Lady Flora, take my lay, 
etc." 
24, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1855- 35' John Finlay, Esq., 78th High- 
landers. 

CRUICKSHANK, Miss Grace. 

Miniature Painter. 

73, Boisover Street. 
i860. 725 Portrait of a child. 

50, Burlington Street. 
1 86 1. S42 A young girl. 

Alonton Street, Mosside, 

Manchester. 
1863. 827 Portrait. 

1866. 636 do. 

1867. 824 Miss Maud Lindsay, daughter 

of General the Hon. James 
and Lady Sarah Lindsay. 
S56 Mrs. Edmund Whitworth, 
Moatside, Manchester. 

30, Fulham Road. 
1886. 1355 Christina, daughter of G. V. S. 

Lock, Esq. 
1888. 1475 Portrait. 

Lennox Lodge, Hammersmith. 
1892. 1347 A sailor boy. 

Bessborough House, 

Ravensccurt Square. 
1894. 1295 Portrait of a lady. 

CRUICKSHANK, William, ..Painter. 

Augusta Co//axc, Cambenfcll. 
1866. 656 Wood pigeon. 
758 Fruit. 



220 THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Cruickshank, William — continued. 

[4, Rtlical Cottage, Peckham. 
1867. 697 A branch of apples. 

763 Pineapple and grapes. 

23, Ne'iV77ian Street. 
1872. 712 Children gathering acorns. 

102, Kennington Road. 
1877. 773 A hare. 
1879. ''59 Dead game. 

CRUIKSHANK, George Painter. 

Middleton Terrace, Pentonville. 
1830. 223 Fitting out Moses for the fair. 
" The ne.xt morning I per- 
ceived his sisters mighty busy, 
fitting out Moses for the fair, 
trimming his hair, brushing 
his buckles and cocking his 
hat with T^m%."— Vicar of 
Wakefield. 
1852. 1272 Tarn O'Shanter. "And scarcely 
had he Maggie rallied When 
out the hellish legion sallied." 
— Btiriis. 

48, Mornington Place. 

1553. 555 A scene from the " Midsummer 

Night's Dream": Titania, 
Bottom, Mustardseed, Peas 
Blossom, Moth and Cob- 
web. "Nod to him, elves, 
and do him courtesies." 

1554. 9 Cinderella. 

1858. 907 On guard. 

1859. 8+2 Cinderella. 

S67 The sober man's Sunday and 
the drunkard's Sunday. 

263, Hampstead Road. 

1867. 949 The first appearance of William 

Shakespeare on the stage of 

the Globe with part of his 

dramatic company in 1564. 

CRUIKSHANK, Isaac Painter. 

I, St. MartiiCs Court. 

1 789. 483 Return to Lochaber. 

7, St. Martin's Court. 

1790. 5>5 Visit to the Cottage. Vide/o? 

Thomson. 

203, High Holborn. 
1792- 713 The distresses and triumphs of 
Virtue. Vide "Curate of 
Elm wood." 

CRUIKSHANK, Robert Isaac. 

Painter. 

15, Dean Street, Soho. 
iSii. 2S1 Portrait of one of the Loyal 
North Britons Riflemen. 



1 8 1 1 . 688 Portrait in water colours of one 

of the Loyal North Britons 
Rifle Company skirmish- 
ing. 
690 Portrait of a lady. 
117, Dorset Street, 

Salisbury Square. 

1812. 411 T. Racham, Esq. 

420 Portrait of a gentleman. 

421 do. lady. 

1813. 380 An Eccentric character: a do- 

mestic of Lady Farnaby's, 
Wickham Court, Kent. 
1817. 406 Archers target-shooting at 
AVaring's archery ground, 
Bayswater. 

CRUIKSHANKS, J Medalist. 

Bury Street. 
1802. 549 Design for a medal. 

CRUISE,! Painter. 

116, Upper Seymour Street. 
1S32. 454 The two suitors. 

15, Adam Street, Adelphi. 

1833. 2S9 Caliban, Trinculo, and Ste- 

phano. — Tempest. 
311 L'Ennuyee. 

18, How land Street. 

1834. 445 Scene on the shore of the Isle 

of Wight. 

CRUTTWELL,Miss Grace. ..Painter. 

Eryholme Cottage, Bushey, 

Herts. 
1903. 1420 The King of Spain's daughter. 

CRUTTWELL, Miss Maud. 

Painter. 

25, Bolton Studios. 
1 89 1. 944 A doubtful bargain. 

QUADRAS, J Painter. 

8, Albert Place, Edinburgh. 
1872. 1106 The Mulatto girl's toilet: a 
scene in Cuba. 

CUBITT, James Architect. 

3, Broad St. Buildings, E. C. 
1883. 1214 Church of the Redeemer, 
Edgbaston. 

1886. 1667 Salcombe College, Loughton. 

1887. 1585 The Welsh chapel, Shaftesbury 

Avenue: exterior. 

1889. 1S66 Chapel at Jesmond. 

1890. 1883 Union Chapel, Ishngton. 



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CUBITT, L Architect. 

1842. 992 Pickford's warehouses. 

52, Bedford Square. 
1 85 1. 27a Goods warehouse, Great 
Northern Railway, Battle 
Bridge. 
1246 Proposed water course over 
the Medway, above AUing- 
ton Lock, etc. 

CUBITT, Mrs. L. (Charlotte). 

Sculptor. 

7, Cronnve/l Road. 
1S73. 1596 In memoriam. 
1598 Mrs. Cubitt. 

22a, Connaught Place. 

1874. 14S2 Edward Kennard, Esq.; marble 

medallion. 
1483 Mrs. H. M. Kennard; marble 
medallion. 

1875. 1281 Mrs. G. AV. Thomas; marble 

medallion. 

1876. 1376 Col. Ed. Hegan Kennard, 

M.P.; marble medallion. 
1402 Mrs. L. Cubitt; marble medal- 
lion. 

22, Hill Street. 
1880. 1630 Bacchante; statuette, marble. 

CUBITT, Thomas. 

Miniature Painter. 

Vere Street, O.xford Chapel. 
1TT5. 82 A miniature. 

CUBITT (James) and BRYDON 
(J. M.) Architects. 

2, Broad Street Buildings. 
1887. 1586 West Kensington Congrega- 
tional Church. 

CUBLEY, Henry Hadfield... Painter. 

Grove Cottage, 

Tottenhall Wood, 

Wolverhampton. 

1885. 1109 Llyn Cwmfynnow,NorthWales. 

Montpellier, Matlock Bath. 

1887. 414 The Hills of Arrochar, from the 

Moors near Inversnaid, N.B. 

1902. 597 A March morning on the Der- 

went. 

CUBLEY, W. H Painter. 

Neivark. 
1863. 39 Kate Kearney. 
1868. 354 Evening in the Lledr Valley — 
North Wales. 

Uyn, North Wales. 
1872. 463 Llyn Idwyil, North Wales. 



Newark. 
1873. -"'* ^ midsummer night — Aber- 
niaw Harbour, near Bar 
mouth. North Wales. 

CUDLIP, S. B Painter. 

1 7, Marlborough Place. 
1828. 424 A woman washing. 

7, Brunswick Place. 

183 1. 272 The evening past. 
273 Mrs. AVilkinson. 
327 Master Wilkinson. 

438 Portrait of a young lady. 

1832. 176 My new muff. 
223 Industry. 

CUFF, R. Parminter Architect. 

38, dimming St., Pento>i;'ille. 

i860. 624 Wellington Church, Somerset. 

1 8, Holford Street, Pentoni'ille. 

1865. S34 Clock Tower, Westminster, etc. 

1866. 809 Elevation — Victoria Tower, 

Westminster; engraving. 
105, Englefield Road, Islington. 
1876. 105 1 Waltham Abbey. 

CUISSET, F. F Gem Engraver. 

42, Castle Street, Hollwrn. 
1830. 1131 Intaglio. 

1832. 1085 do. 

9, Bell's Buildings. 

1833. 1041 Intaglio. 

35, Kir by St., Ha lion Garden. 

1835. 1022 Intaglio. 

1836. 980 do. 

1838. 572 Cast from an Intaglio. 

1839. 667 Intaglio. 
67s do. 

CUITT, George Painter. 

At Mr. Vincent's, 

Perfumer, Old Bond Street, 

1776. 7+ The infant Jupiter fed with 

goat's-milk and honey. 
At Afr. Troclu's, 

Little Jenny H .Street. 

1777. Si A view near Gisbro in the 

north riding of Yorkshire. 

82 A view of the town of Gisbro, 

with the adjacent country, 
taken from the old alum 
works belonging to William 
Chaloner, Esq. 

83 Portrait of a clergyman. 

1778. 76 do. gentleman. 
1788. 472 View in the grounds of Lord 

Mulgrave, near Whitby, York- 
shire. 
486 View near Whitby, Yorkshire. 



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Cuitt, George — continued. 

1788. 489 DistantviewofMulgrave house, 
near Whitby. 
499 View in the grounds of Lord 

Mulgrave, near Whitby. 
514 A view of a cascade in the 
grounds of Lord Mulgrave, 
near Whitby. 
543 do. do. 

1798. 29- View of Dunholnie Bridge, 
Yorkshire. 

Bridge Street, Chester. 
1 809. 400 Gateway at Conway, leading to 
Llanrwst, with a distant view 
of the castle. 

1818. 426 Mountain scene near Pont Aber 

Glaslyn, North Wales. 

CULL, James Allanson Painter. 

45, Ne7v Bond Street. 
1S80. S25 The child of the regiment. 
112, Elgin Road, 

St. Peter's Park, IV. 

1882. 1098 Going to Market. 

1883. 1081 The little mother. 

CULLEN, Alex Architect. 

Quarry St., Hamilton, N.B. 
1898. 1662 Main staircase, The Ross, 
Hamilton. 

CULLEN, D Miniature Painter. 

36, Poultry. 

18 19. 864 A portrait. 
S74 do. 

876 Portraits. 

877 A portrait. 
974 do. 

CULLEN, Frederick. 

Miniature Painter. 
Latchmore, 

Gerrard^s Cross, Slough. 
1897. 265 Cherry blossom. 
1900. 1429 Molly and the mouse. 

1501 E. W. Tait, Esq. 
1902. 1224 J. Fairbank, Esq. 

CULLEN, Isaac Painter. 

15, Warwick Gardens. 
1 88 1. 289 Study for a head. 

1 9, Hornton Street, Kensington. 

1883. 708 Mr. C. 

Ti, Phillimore Place. 

1884. 219 Her Hobby. 

6, William Street, 

Lowndes Square. 
1889. 850 An Idyll. 



CULLUM, Miss Annie Painter. 

Oaklands, Chingford, Essex. 
1898. 697 Hard times. 

CULLUM, John Painter. 

Violet Cottage, Batter sea. 
1834. 254 The gipsy; a sketch. 

530 Girl milking. 
1836. 447 A sketch at Battersea. 
917 Gipsy going to market. 

1838. 284 Landscape. 

1839. 278 View near Haver Castle, Kent. 

CULPEPER, Mrs. Nellie C. B. 

Painter. 

56, Wolseley Gardens, Chiswick. 
1902. 1316 A fairy tale. 



CULVER, Fred Painter. 

59, Gracechurch Street. 
1890. 213 Across the common. 

CUMBER, J Architect. 

14, Wilderness Row. 
1825. 897 Design for a military college or 
hospital. 

CUMBERLAND, C Painter. 

1 8, St. Augustine's Road. 
1 86 1. 918 The sere and yellow leaf. 

CUMBERLAND, George. 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Blewifs Buildings, 

Fetter Lane. 
1773. 67 Portrait of a child in the char- 
acter of Cupid; miniature. 
1775. 83 The resurrection of Lazarus; 
a drawing. 

37, Friday Street. 
1777. 84 A fancy head; a miniature. 



CUMBERLAND, G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
17S2. 477 The funeral of Chrysostom, 
from " Don Quixotte." 
551 The Captive, from Sterne. 
553 EUinor of Bretagne — Shen- 
stone's " Elegies." 
1783. 429 View of Cader Idris in North 
Wales, between Dolgelly and 
Bala; a pencil drawing. 
436 View from nature. 
442 do. 



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223 



CUMBERLAND, G.,Junr... .Painter. 

36, Foley Street. 

18 16. 424 A panorama view, taken from 

the Castle of St. Sebastian 
in Spain, immediately after 
the storming of that place 
by His Grace the Duke of 
Wellington. 

527 Woods at Matlock, Derbyshire; 

a sketch from nature. 

528 The Convents de Christo at 

Tomar in Portugal; sketch 
from nature — Evening twi- 
light. 

1817. 567 Woods at Stapleton, near Bris- 

tol. 

CUMBERLEGE, C. N Architect. 

44, Camden Street. 
1827. 983 Sketch for a public building. 

t„Joh?i Street, Adelphi. 
1834. 883 Wyddial Hall, Herts. 

CUMBO, E Painter. 

21, Via Cavour, Florence. 
1874. 288 Lake of St. Moritz, Engadine. 

CUMING, J. B Painter. 

3, Dean's Hoic, Walworth. 
1793. 167 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1797. 625 do. do. 
739 do. do. 

1798. 498 Mr. King. 
747 Mr. Phillips. 

1804. 342 Shanklin Chine, Isle of Wight. 
3, York Street, Walworth. 

1808. 376 Skiddhole, Devonshire. 
411 Ludford Bridge, Ludlow. 

1809. 373 View at Harbledown, near Can- 

terbury. 
381 A Landscape composition. 
542 Old house at Wandsworth. 
571 Ludlow Castle. 

18 10. 382 Old houses in Middle Street, 

Brighton. 
474 A cornfield at Preston, near 

Brighton. 
819 View on the beach at Brighton. 

1811. 724 Landscape Composition. 
725 do. do. 

18 1 2. 762 View at Peckham Rye. 

CUMING, R Painter. 

3, Dean's Ro^v, Walworth. 
1797. 369 West Entrance to Chepstow 
Castle, Monmouthshire. 
756 Inner gate of Ludlow Castle, 

Shropshire. 
831 Gate of Berry Pomeroy Castle, 
Devonshire. 



1798. 380 East Entrance to Chepstow 

Castle, Monmouthshire. 
629 South East angle of Chepstow 

Castle, Monmouthshire. 
717 Interior of Chepstow Castle, 

Monmouthshire. 

1799. 388 Ruins of (Glastonbury Abbey, 

Somersetshire — morning. 
648 Tintern Abbey, Monmouth- 
shire. 

1800. 370 do. do. do. 

1801. 514 RuinsofNetlcy Abbey, Hamp- 

shire, and Mottestone 
Church, Isle of Wight. 
666 View of Winchester. 

1802. 962 Entrance to Carisbrook Castle, 

Isle of Wight. 

1803. 292 A banditti reposing. 

1009 Entrance to Parchester Castle, 
Hampshire. 



GUMMING, Miss Constance H. 

Miniature Painter. 
The Hall, Dedham, 

near Cole/tester. 
1895. 1182 Miss Vera Percival. 

The Apiary, Bushey, Herts. 

1897. 1453 Miss Noel Read. 
1458 Portrait of a lady. 
1480 Master Charles Smith. 
1496 Miss Lily Nicholas. 
149S Miss Margaret Smith. 

Freston Hill, Ipswich. 

1898. 1294 Miss Janet Home. 

GUMMING, Miss M Painter. 

II, Austin Friars. 
1874. 788 A spray of bullaces. 

GUMMING, W. Skeoch Painter. 

28, Queen Street, Edinburgh. 

1903. 930 The Black Watch on the trek. 

1904. 971 Defence of a Kraal: ist Life 

Guards at Diamond Hill, 
II June, 1900. 



CUMMINS, E. L. 

Miniature Painter. 

Darmstarl. 
1863. 822 Miniature. 

844 do. 

CUNARD, Mrs. Laura Painter. 

95, Eaton S/uare. 
1902. 210 Misty day in Richmond Park. 



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CUNDELL, C. E Painter. 

4, Stratford P/afc. 
i860. \v- Mrs- Nicholson. 

1868. 6i;o Master Cundell. 

1869. rS Portrait. 

CUNDELL, H Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1838. -3S The Horse C.uards at White- 
hall. 

17, Finslmry Circus. 
1840. 557 London Bridge, St. Magnus 
Church, etc. 
670 Windsor, from Brocas. 
1845. iiSi Windsor, from the Brocas. 
126S Scene on the Tay. 

1848. 1274 St. Mary's in the Strand. 

1849. 1061 The falls of the Macknell, 

North Wales. 

1850. 1153 Jedburgh Abbey. 

1851. 1155 On the Ouse at York. 

1852. 1140 Greenwich, from the river. 

1853. 731 River Bed at Killin. 

1854. 948 On the Lledder, North Wales. 

1856. 99S Market day. 

(By J. C. Cundell in the cata- 
logue.) 

1857. 857 St. Stephen's Chapel, West- 

minster Hall, etc. 

1858. 1003 St. Mary's in the Strand. 

CUNDY, Miss Alice Langford. 

Miniature Painter. 
19, Abbey Road, N. W. 

1898. 1290 Pinky. 

1899. 1339 Mrs. George Cundy. 

104, Abbey Road. 

1900. 1+39 C. J. Plucknett, Esq. 

178, Regent Street. 

1901. 13S8 Lord Wendover, son of Earl 

Carrington. 
1405 Mac. 

1902. 1117 A study. 

1903. 1206 Portrait of a lady. 
1212 Miss Mac Calcutt. 
1248 Miss Bee Cripps. 

1904. 1 169 The late Dowager Marchioness 

of Ormonde. 

CUNDY, James. 

7, Grosvenor Street West. 

181 7. — {In the index without any niim- 
her or exhibit in the cata- 
logue.) 

CUNDY, Thomas Architect. 

At Mr. Gard7ier's, 

Temple Lane. 
1795. 724 Design for a hippodrome and 
stables. 



1796. S24 Design for an heroic family 
mausoleum. 

Pimlico. 

1802. 993 Design for an agricultural 

museum. 

1803. 995 A Grecian villa building on 

the Croydon Road. 

1806. 884 Middleton, Oxford. 

1807. 989 Middleton Park, now building 

for the Earl of Jersey. 

1808. 842 Improvements at Burton Hall, 

Lincolnshire, for Lord Mon- 
son. 

1813. 854 Design for a palace. 

18 14. 700 A country residence for a 

nobleman. 
731 do. do. 

Ranelagh Street, Pimlico. 

1815. 787 A Palace for the Duke of 

Wellington. 

1816. 879 Mansion on banks of the 

Severn. 



CUNDY, Thomas, Junr. ... Architect. 

Pimlico. 
1S07. 106; Blessingby Hall, Yorkshire; 
for H. Hudson, Esq. 

1808. 937 Improvements at Wytham, near 

Oxford; for the Earl of 
Abingdon. 

1809. 535 Wytham, near Oxford. 

18 10. 829 Harwarden Castle, North 

Wales. 
1813. 858 Design for a bath. 

1815. 763 Nobleman's country residence. 

1 816. S47 Alterations at Fawsley Park, 

Northamptonshire, the seat 
of Sir C. Knightly, Bart. 



CUNDY, Thomas Architect. 

Eaton Chambers, Pimlico. 

1864. 760 Lower Grosvenor Gardens, etc. 

761 Upper Grosvenor Gardens, etc. 



CUNEO, Cyrus Illustrator. 

9, Rue Campagtte, 

Premiire Montparnasse, 
Paris. 
1900. 1579 Illustration from " King Lear," 
act iv, scene 7. 
1594 Illustration from "King Lear," 
act i, scene i. 

215, Uxbridge Road, W. 
1902. 1263 Illustration to "King Lear," 
act i, scene 4. 
1279 Illustration to Richpin's " Les 
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CUNLIFFE, D Painter. 

4^, /I'/i/iso/i St., Soriurs To'tvit. 
1826. i; Portrait of a gentleman. 
725 Still life. 

1 7, Clarendon Street. 
1S27. zS Portrait of a pensioner of 
Trinity College, Cambridge. 
577 A man selling cherries. 

25, Store Street. 
1833. 427 Portrait. 

26, Moscow Road. 
1837. 307 Dead game. 

55, Charlotte Street. 
1839. 184 Toby, a retriever. 

495 Chessplayers. "White moves 
and wins." 
15, Grafton Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
1841. 157 Portrait of a lady. 

68, St. Thomas St., Portsmouth. 

1854. 1263 Gillie Galium, the Highland 

sword dance, " Sutherland's 
gathering." 

1855. 1078 Military group containing por- 

traits, etc., of officers of the 
74th Highlanders. 

CUNLIFFE, E. S Architect. 

FurtiivaPs Inn. 
1855. 1276 Congregational church for 
Crouch End, Hornsey. 

CUNLIFFE, Foster Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
183 View of Catania in Sicily. 
376 View near Dinas Bran, North 

Wales. 
667 View of Mount Etna, from the 
ruins of the theatre at Tauro- 
mina. 
196 A landscape. 
59 Sea-piece, 
no Landscape. 
1818. 856 do. and figures. 
1828. 413 Scene in North Wales. 

CUNNINGHAM, Edward Francis. 
See Calza, vol. i, p. 384. 

CUNNINGHAM, Mrs. Georgina. 

Painter. 
I, Keswick Road, Putney. 
1888. 1271 The white shell. 

CUNNINGHAM, H. F. 

Miniature Painter. 
5, Royal Crescent, Notting Hill. 

1846. 1061 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1847. 84S Henry Karslake, Esq. 
859 Portrait of a lady. 

II. 



1812. 



1813. 



1S15. 
1816. 



1847. 



1848. 
1849. 



S7S A happy union of 60 years. 
963 Portrait of a gentleman. 

38, AlhioH Street, Hyde Park. 
763 Mrs. John Edmund Rcade. 
678 Mr. John Edmund Reader. 
757 Mrs. Moon. 



CURNOCK, James Painter. 

13, College Green, Bristol. 
1847. 4+ Master Jackson. 

69 John Walter, Esq. 
1851. S20 A gipsy encampment. 

1853. 134 Rev. John Burder, M.A. 
358 Rev. Henry J. Roper. 

1854. 1282 J. G. Shaw, Esq., Mayor of 

Bristol. 

1855. 1319 The breaking up of the camp. 
1857- 595 The Marquis of Bute. 

1859. 89 The Dean of Bristol. {Gilbert 

Elliot.) 
i860. 6 The morning lesson. 

1 7, Richmond Hill, Clifton. 

1861. 210 The young teacher. 

S62 A group from the roadside. 

1862. 204 "O whistle and I'll come to 

you, my lad." 



CURNOCK, James Jackson. 

Painter. 
II, Hampton Park, Bristol. 
1873. 851 Autumn. The LIugwy, North 
Wales. 

1875. 712 Snow storm on the Glydders, 

North Wales. 
756 The LIugwy at Capel Curig. 

1876. 660 Trefane, North Wales. 

7S4 Moel Siabod, from Capel Curig, 
N. Wales. 

1877. 675 Snowdon. 

746 The Idwal Mountains. 
800 The Bryntyrch Pool, Capel 
Curig. 
7, Rich/nond Hill, Bristol. 

1878. 791 Driving down the sheep — the 

Trefane, North Wales. 
813 The Idwal stream, North 
\\'ales. 

1880. 733 On Trefane. 

1 88 1. 679 Clearing up after rain. 

716 A ferry on the Trath at Tan-y- 

bwlch. 
1883. 915 Llyn Idwal. 
1886. 1200 October mists on the mountain 

side. 

1888. 1314 "Among the tumbled frag- 

ments of the hills." 

1889. 1385 The LIugwy in flood, Capel 

Curig. 

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1883. 


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1884. 


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1886. 


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II78 




■377 


1SS9. 


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1542 


1890. 


64.2 




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1895. 


249 


1897. 


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Miss Fanny W. ... Painter. 

The Mall I/onsc, Lismorc, 

Irckmd. 
Narcissus. 
Red and yellow. 
Picking out the best. 
Lonely. 
Roses. 
A wet day. 
White roses. 
Calm, cool and quiet. 
A bazaar in Tangier. 
In a meadow. 
Roses. 

The coming of summer. 
" Hours, days and years slide 

soft away." 
Thistledown. 
" Like ships in heaven full 

sailed, do long clouds pass, 

etc." 
By the waterside. 
In an old garden. 
Wallflowers in Japanese bowl. 
Rhododendrons. 



CURREY, Henry Architect. 

4, Lancaster Place, Strand. 
1866. 771 New St. Thomas Hospital, 
Stangate. 

CURRIE, A Sculptor. 

Darnick, near Melrose, N.B. 
1877. 141 1 James Brunton, Esq. 

CURRIE, James Sculptor. 

240, Oxford Street. 

1027 The late Cardinal Wiseman. 

1008 Mater Dolorosa; sketch of a 
life-sized figure. 

1024 Daughter of Major - General 
Downing; posthumous bust. 

1049 George Engstrom, Esq.; post- 
humous bust. 

1 1 59 John Jerdein, Esq. 

1530 " Bois, ma petite ch^rie! " 

161 8 La Surprise; statuette, marble. 
548, Oxford Street. 

1787 Captain J.W.C!ayton,F.R.G.S., 
late 13th Light Dragoons; 
bust, marble. 



1865. 
1866. 



1868. 
1879. 
1880. 

1887. 



CURRIE, Miss Jessie Painter. 

36, Harberton lid., Highgate. 
1897. 1341 Sunday. 

CURRIE, Robert Painter. 

Bridge of Erne, Perthshire. 
1885. 1642 A group of herons on the Earn, 
Perthshire. 



CURRIE, Sidney Painter. 

108, The Avenue, 

Acock s Green, 

Birmingham. 
1904. 87 A witness of generations. 

CURTICE, George M Sculptor. 

II, Hugh Street, S. JF. 
1885. 21 1 5 Miss Mary Anderson; medal- 
lion, terra-cotta. 
21 17 Miss Ellen Terry; medallion, 
terra-cotta. 

42, Clairville Grove. 

1 888. 2023 A Sioux Indian (Red Shirt); 

medallion. 

CURTIS, Miss F. A Sculptor. 

Friar's Place, Nnv Acton. 
1850. 1414 A bust of W. Harwood, Esq., 
M.D. 

43, Lojnbard Street. 
1852. 708 The charm of the Rose. "Her 
heart with fresh emotion 
grows, etc." 
{See Mrs. H. Toogood.) 

CURTIS, George D Painter. 

Higher Broughton, 

Fulham Place, 

Matichester. 

1889. 40 Falling leaf and fading tree. 
423 Sunshine and shade. 

1890. 180 A summer day. 
1 36 1 In the orchard. 

1893. 731 A quiet Nook. 
1896. 706 A quiet spot. 
1898. 749 Asleep. 

CURTIS, Miss Isabel C Painter. 

9, Euston Place. 

1850. 254 "Ego." " Upon his face there 

was a tint of grief, etc." 

15, Sotithampton Street. 

1851. 7S8 Beatrice Cenci. " How comes 

this hair undone? etc." 
1853- 99 Medea. " Fuggir non € piu 
tempo." 
552 Corinna. 

CURTIS, John Painter, 

At Mr. Marloufs, 

Twickenham. 
1790. 384 Netley abbey, near Southamp- 
ton. 
I 791. 545 View of Scarborough. 

551 View of Sir George Pocock's 
at Twickenham. 
1793- 539 A View of Colchester castle, 
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At Mr. Marlow's, Thvicken- 

/lam, ami 168, Piccadilly. 

1794. — {In the index, but not in tlie 

catalogue . ) 
1795- 39° View at Colchester, Essex. 

10, Chandos Street. 

1797. 328 The "Indefatigable" and 

"Amazon" frigates engaging 

" Les Droit de L'homnie," 

a French 74. 

St. Martin's Lane. 
1799. 102+ A waterfall. 

13, Charles .Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1820. 561 Chrysanthemums. 
1822. S30 Portrait of a prize pullet (1822) 
weighing 19 ounces, belong- 
ing to R. Latham, Esq. 



CURTIS, R. W Painter. 

cjo Miss Holleihier, 

Hanover Gallery. 
1890. 1051 Drifting with the tide — Venice. 

CURTOIS, Miss Bering Painter. 

Washingboro Manor, 

near Lincoln. 
1887. 877 A study. 

151; Portrait of my mother. 

1890. 567 Mrs. Dineby Tonge. 
825 November. 

1891. S04 Sheep feeding — Lincolnshire. 

1892. 360 Spring afternoon — Johnson 

Ward, Lincoln County Hos- 
pital. 



CURTOIS, Miss Ella R. ... Sculptor. 
51, Rue de Moulin Vert, Paris. 
1885. 1979 Prayer; statue, terra-cotta. 

Washingboro Manor, Lincoln. 
1893. 1686 Bust of a lady. 
1897. 1939 Child playing at marbles ; 
statue, marble. 



CURTOVICH, Ovide Painter. 

Atelier's Passage, Smyrna. 
1892. 32 Moment of repose — morning. 
Plain of Bournabat. 
84+ High road to Nymphia — noon. 



GUST Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1784. 45S View in Wales. 

1 785. 543 View on Winander Lake, West- 

moreland. 



CUTBUSH, L. F Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1S19. 996 View of part of Dudley Castle. 
182 1. 601 View on the Channelsea river, 
Stratford, Essex. 

CUTBUSH, T. C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1807. 234 Cottage. 

CUTHBERT, Rev. G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1802. 633 View of Shanklin Chine, Isle 

of Wight. 

1803. 167 A Landscape. 

CUTHBERT, John Spreckley. 

Painter. 
23, Hugh Street, Pimlico. 

1852. 142 Study of an old man's head. 

1853. 316 A study. 

1854. 276 A quiet thought. 

1855. 33 My sister. 

Munich. 

1856. 265 The artist. 

1857. 95 "The heart knoweth his own 

bitterness." 
47S My brother; a sketch. 

1858. 97 Rev. J. Spencer Pearsall. 
465 A student. 

1859. 112 Mrs. Harper. 

1 1 , Queen's Road, West Chelsea. 

1 86 1. 96 A Sapper 2nd (Art Students) 

Company, South Middlesex 
Engineer Volunteers. 
420 Richard Hill. 

1862. 388 An Arab. 
67S W. Cuthbert. 

1863. 3= Hush! 

IS4 H. H. Locke, Esq. 

1864. 93 S. Ruddock. 

1865. 463 H. Crosbie, Escj. 

CUTLER, Thomas William. 

Architect. 

9, Conduit Street. 
1873. 11S9 Cottagefor an artist at Welling- 
ton College, Sandhurst. 
5, Queen's Square, Bloomshury. 

1890. 1731 Sculpture Gallery, Avery Hill. 
181 9 East Gallery, do. 

1 89 1. 1 90S Dining-room, do. 

1892. 1731 Turkish Bath, do. 

1893. 1645 Visitors' Staircase, do. 

1894. 1527 House at Enfield. 

1895. 1584 Small Country houses. 
1897. 1756 Vicarage, Epping Forest. 

1923 Convalescent Home, Epping 
Forest. 



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Cutler, Thomas "WiUiam— continued. 

1900. 16S4 Italian Hospital, Queen's 

Square. 

1 90 1. 1532 Chapel, Italian Hospital. 

CUTTING, Harry F Painter. 

London Road, Becclcs, Suffolk. 
1896. i486 An old warrior. 



26, Cavendish Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1899. 1580 Study of a Flemish girl. 
Rectory Cottage, 

Wyvenhoe, 

Essex. 
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DABIS, Miss Anna Sculptor. 

88, Fulham Road. 

1 888. 1952 Treasure trove; statuette. 
2034. Head of an old man. 

1889. 21S5 Medal: Emperor Frederick 

I, Cathcart Road. 

1890. 2053 "There's many a black black 

eye, etc." 
2085 Study of a head. 

13, Glebe Place. 

1893. 1736 Sabina; bust. 

17S+ Ecco la principessa; statuette. 
1895. 1678 Mrs. John Couper; bronze 
bust. 

1654 E. Lanteri, Esq.; head. 

1655 Sweet seventeen ; bust, bronze. 

DA COSTA, Professor G. See Costa. 

DA COSTA, John Painter. 

Belle View House, Neivlyn. 
1890. 1019 Evening celebration. 
1892. 40 A pastoral. 

1894. 58S Youth and Age, etc. 

1895. 15 Childhood. 
73 Sophie. 

59, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 
1897. 65 The promise of spring. 
189S. 360 Idleness. 

9, Sussex Villas, Kensington. 

1899. 540 A thief in Love's garden. 

1900. 13+ Re.\ford, son of C. Parsons, 



Manchester. 
1885. 86 Passion flower. 

7, South King St., Manchester. 
1889. 99 A maiden never bold of spirit, 
etc. 

1893. 157 The mother. 

1894. 263 School time. 



DADD, Frank, R.I. Painter, 

15, Mecklenburgh Square. 
305 Life or death. 
3S Charity. 
236 A Deserter. 

38, Great Ormond Street. 
152 The end of the Game. 
405 Winter sport on Cornish coast. 
937 Under the rose. 
546 Teaching the young idea how 
to shoot. 



1878. 
1879. 
1880. 



1884. 
1885. 



DADD, R Painter. 

15, Suffolk Street, Pall Mall. 

1839. 93 Study of a head. 

1840. 450 Alfred the Great in disguise of 

a peasant. 

1841. 207 Titania sleeping. 

70, Charlotte Street. 

1842. 527 "Come unto these yellow 

sands." 





Esq. 


DADE 


Ernest Painter. 




237 Una and the Wood Gods. 






8, Wentivorth Studios, Chelsea. 




"The wild wood-gods, etc." 


1887. 


1 164 


St. Ann's, Staith, Whitby. 


1 90 1. 


170 Serena Captive. "And first 






15, Trafalgar Studios. 




they spoile her, etc." 


1888. 


1202 


Lowestoft : herring craft unload- 




4S3 Phyllis, daughter of Moseley 






ing- 




Leigh, Esq. 




1393 


The incoming tide. 


1902. 


25 "Une demoiselle d'honneur." 
43, Argyle Road, Kensington. 




1394 


Ashore. 

8, West Bank, Scarborough. 


1903. 


360 Madge; a portrait. 


1889. 


329 


At the pier head, Scarborough. 




384 Petite Marquise. 




1442 


Outside the harbour. 


1904. 


177 Daughters of W. Glen Walker, 


1890. 


1274 


On the Sands' verge, etc. 




Esq., etc. 


1892. 


5^7 


Solitude. 






1894. 


1012 


An old dry dock. 


DACRE, Miss Susan Isabel. ..Painter. 






Paradise, Scarborough. 




Dacre Arms Hotel, Manchester. 


1896. 


620 


Summer afternoon — Yachts be- 


1876. 


54! La Ballerina. 






calmed. 




II, Barton House, Manchester. 


1897. 


1301 


Gorleston. 


1877. 


4+0 Giovannina. 




13U 


Breydon Water. 


1880. 


looS Marietta. 


1899. 


1089 


A Wreck. 




5, Langham Chambers. 




1117 


Evening. 


1S83. 


79 Susan. 


1901. 


974 


" Who was drowned in the 


18S4. 


838 Bertha. 






Greenland seas." 



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DADLEY, J Architect. 

7, Gloucester Street, 

Queen Square. 

1793. -+i Theatre at Birmingham. 

1 794. 6+4 Free Grammar School, Birm- 

ingham. 
Church Street, Blackfriars. 
1797. 6;S Portrait of a lady. 

D'AETH, Mrs. Eleanor H. 

Miniature Painter. 
Eythorn House, near Dover. 
1896. 1455 Late Rev. Walter Sneyd. 
1437 Mrs. Sneyd. 

143S Captain Hughes D'Aeth, late 
Royal Scots Fusiliers. 

DAFFARN, William George. 

Painter. 

77, Neivman Street. 
1872. 604 Reading the poets. 

47, Torriano Avenue. 
1S73. 79 A Cardinal. 
1876. 419 The forsaken. 

568 Charles Edward, Esq. 

1878. 412 Laughing water. 

1879. 509 Rainbow Bridge. 
973 A Winter tryst. 

1880. 30 Sunny June. 

97 No thoroughfare. 
966 The Village Maiden. 
1333 The fisher and his lass; etching. 
1351 A calm — trawlers in Harbour; 
etching. 

1 88 1. 44 The melodies of woods and 

winds and waters. 
4, North Villas, 

Camden Square. 

1882. 1482 Little fish are sweet. 

1883. 107 Under the apple tree. 
404 In a quiet street. 

444 Unwilling help. 

1884. 173 A simple maiden. 
919 The Village Green. 

1597 A lone little maid. 

1885. 85 The shady side of the way. 
376 Roses. 

1 886. loSo Sunny thoughts. 

1887. 83 Counting herchickens nowthey 

are hatched. 

1888. 796 West Street, Rye. 

1889. 472 (No title in Catalogue.) 
656 do. do. 

14, Notting Hill .Square. 

1890. II Sandwich. 

538 The Uuck pond. 

1891. 624 Mine be a cot beside the hill. 

14, Campden Hill Square. 

1893. 930 Thus while the sun sinks, etc. 

1894. 437 Sundown. 



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59 " Early one morning, etc." 

10 The home farm. 
S50 Between tides. 

27 The Barley mow. 
943 " Daffodils, that come, etc." 
116 Green Sussex. 
714 Sovde, Norway. 



DAFFORNE, James Painter. 

Clapton. 

1837. 594 View near Southampton. 

Crooneshill, Blackheath. 

1838. 928 Great Shelford, Cambridge- 

shire. 
1017 Coast scene. 

1842. 1 167 St. Augustine's Gate, Canter- 

bury. 

1843. 976 The Vale of Myford. 
1845. 1 1 31 View in Kent. 

DAFFORUL, J Painter. 

Camber'tvell. 
1830. 623 Gypsies in a chalk pit. 

DAGLEY, Miss E. F Painter. 

1 7, Earl's Court Terrace. 
1817. 511 Insects from nature. 
1819. 683 The Lily. 

DAGLEY, Richard Painter. 

12, Baieinan's Buildings, 

Soho Square. 
1785. 446 The student. 

17, Old Compion Street. 

1790. 351 Portrait of a lady. 

510 Four designs from Parnell's 
" Hermit." 
10, Henrietta Street, 

Covent Garden. 

1 79 1. 295 Portrait of an old Highlander. 

{McLeod.) 
357 Mr. Holman as Romeo. 

1 7, Berwick Street. 

1792. 752 Portrait of a lady and child. 

27, Benvick Street. 

1793. 432 Portrait of a lady as Rosalind. 
823 do. the present Pope 

Pius VI, from a gem by 
Marchant. 

1794. 509 Portrait of a young lady. 

Doncaster. 
1797. 396 A cottage girl. 
403 A cottage boy. 
674 Four heads; studies from 

nature. 
712 Ariel. 

1083 Cupid and the Muse. Vide 
Shenstone. 



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231 



1799. 



436 

97' 



1802. 

1803. 
1S04. 



9, Macclesfield Street. 
1798. 366 Portrait of a young lady. 
462 A cottage girl. 
503 A shepherd's boy. 
519 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
659 A frame containing six por- 
traits. 
718 Cupid and Psyche. 

I o, Angel RoK\ Hammersmith. 
The seasons. 

Fonrose ; from Marmontel's 
"Shepherdess of the Alps." 
Kensington Terrace. 

1800. 501 Jaques; from Shakespeare's 

"As You Like It." 

670 Watercress boy. 

749 Edwin; from Beattie's "Min- 
strel." 

1801. 584 Portrait of a young lady. 
585 Zephyr and Flora. 

639 Lubin. 

291 Portrait of a young lady. 

398 Elegant female employments. 

456 Portrait of an artist. 

Hornton Street, Kensington. 

437 Portrait of a lady. 

505 Cottage girl and favourite cat. 

314 Diana and Endymion; and 
one from Cowley's " Imita- 
tion of Anacreon." 

567 Two drawings from Thomson's 
" Castle of Indolence," and 
one from the " Heathen 
Mythology." 
1806. 547 The expiring torch of Love. 

565 Two drawings from Sir W. 
Jones's poems. 

777 Cupid reposing. 
1812. 430 Revenge and Pity; from Col- 
lins's " Ode on the Pas- 
sions." "And longer had 
she sung, etc." 

1 7, Earl's Court Terrace. 

18 1 6. 452 The young mountaineer. 
549 The cotter's meal. 

1817. 114 A cottage scene. 

676 A View near Doncaster. 

1818. 51 Gleaners; a sketch. 

485 Cupid and Psyche, a favourite 
dog and cat. 

1819. 183 Rosalind. FiV/(? " As You Like 

It." 
477 Taking advice. 

1820. 9; View of Conyngsburgh Cliff, 

with the castle in the dis- 
tance; being part of the 
scenery described in "Ivan- 
hoe." 

182 1. 410 Taking thought. 

1822. 269 Care. 



1822. 271 The novel. 

1823. 162 Dorothea. Vide "Don (,)uix- 

otte." 

1825. 490 Burning the love letter; from 

lines by L. E. L. "Soon 
the light from the embers 
past." 

1826. 538 A design suggesting an im- 

provement in the basin in 
the Green Park. 

1827. 402 Enjoyment. 

446 Six designs illustrative of 
Death's doings. 

1830. 5;i Ariel impelling the storm. 

1831. 119 Cottage scene sketched from 

nature. 

1832. 265 Head of a monk. 

1833. 561 Hudibras and the lawyer. 

DAGNALL, T. W Painter. 

50, Minor ies. 
1825. 35S An old lock. 

35, Richard Street. 

1828. 400 Cottage near Bangor, North 

Wales. 

5, Great Turner Street. 

1829. 580 Cliff scenery. Isle of Wight. 

83, 1 Tinstone Terrace. 

1830. 278 Cottage from nature. 

9, Thomas Street, 

Waterloo Road. 

1831. 318 Cottage scene — composition. 

1832. 288 Cottage at Gedshill, Isle of 

Wight. 
441 Landscape. 

250, Tottenham Court Road. 
'833. 136 A waterfall. 

1834. 523 Basket of Wild Ducks. 

DAGNAN-BOUVERET, Pascal 

A.J Painter. 

147, Avenue de Villier, Paris. 
1884. 738 Vaccination. 

DAKIN, Joseph Painter. 

3, York Cottages, Caiiiberwell. 
1861. 802 A Welsh watermill. 

Elm Cottage, Camberwell. 

1866. 80 Ripe for the harvest. 

1867. 379 On Hayes Common. 

465 " The pastures are clothed with 
flocks; the valleys also are 
covered over with corn." 

1871. 788 In the wood. 

1872. 776 The wooden bridge. 
866 An old Sandpit. 

Beaufort Cottage, Red Hill. 
1875. 653 Fern gatherers. 

783 The waning woods. 
1878. 795 The cuckoo's first note. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Dakin, Joseph --continued. 

1879. -60 Pond at Earlswood — evening. 

1885. 1325 Old cart shed. 

1886. 940 Heli)ing mother. 
1 888. 758 "Come along." 

16, Marmora Road, 

Honor Oak. 
1896. 1 1 80 In the garden. 
1900. 1146 The moping heron. (Hood's 
" Haunted House.") 

DAKING, W Painter. 

3, East Street, 

Red Lion Square. 
1 83 1. 35 Portrait of a lady. 

DALBY, Edwin Architect. 

13, St. Michael's Road, 

Bowes Park. 

1887. 1745 Proposed church of St. Paul's, 

Kensington. 

DALE, Miss Constantia M. M. 

Painter. 

St. Mary's, Weston-super-Mare, 
Stmierset. 
1S98. 7S3 Flemish lace-makers. 

DALE, Miss Emily L. 

Miniature Painter. 

The K710U, Peppard, 

Henley on Thames. 

1902. 1 124 Mrs. Craig. 

1 185 Portrait of a lady. 

1903. iioi Mrs. F. A. Curteis. 

1102 Miss Elsa Craig. 

1 103 Mrs. Arthur Hansard. 

DALE, Henry Sheppard Painter. 

1 1 , Harthatn Road, 

Camden Road. 
188 1. 6+7 Whitby. 

Kingston Villa, Scarborough. 
1883. 1025 Venice — evening. 

6, New Park Crescent. 

1885. 1375 Evening. 

1886. 1223 Spring. 

8, Birch Grove, Taunton. 
1893. 1348 Scarborough Castle. 

DALE, Mrs. Robert (late Miss Ger- 
trude Brown) Engraver. 

128, Brecknock Road. 

1892. 1593 " Lead, kindly light." After A. 

E. Emslie. 

1893. 1451 Awakened memories. After G. 

Sheridan Knowles. 
1467 " The sweetest beggar that ever 
asked for alms." After \V 
P. Frith, R.A. 



42, Park Road, Hampsfead. 
1S95. 1.107 Olivia. After P. H. Calderon, 

R.A. 

87, Adelaide Road. 
1901. 1425 Daphne. After Arthur Hacker, 

A.R.A. 

DALGLIESH, Theodore Irving. 

Painter. 

Park Lodge, Chelsea. 

1880. 1237 In the gloaming; etching. 
i3>3 Rue de Plougastel, Lander- 

neau, Finistere; etching. 
4, Victoria St., Nottittghani. 

1 88 1. 438 Study. 

825 Walberswick, Suffolk. 

Sherwood Rise, Nottingham. 
18S4. 1424 Einersheimer Thor, Iphofen. 
92, Waterloo Crescent, 

Nottingham. 
18S7. 141 7 The brook. 

20, Ash Grove, Cricklewood. 
18S9. 1677 Oude Haven, Dort. 

1890. 1412 Thistles. 

1 5 So Old Roman canal, Lincoln- 
shire. After De Wint. 

1 89 1. 867 Landscape. 

1892. 1485 Barrio des Pescadores, Fuen- 

terrabia. 
9, Clare77iont Road, Folkestone. 

1897. 1679 Easter — Fontarabia. 

1898. 1569 The quarrel. 

1900. 1625 Crossing the moor. 

1901. 1510 On the old frontier. 
1904. 1419 The Giralda, Seville. 

DALGLISH, William Painter. 

26, Renfield Street, Glasgov.'. 
i8g8. 1 105 Across Renfrewshire. 

DALL, Nicholas Thomas, A.R.A. 

Painter. 

Great Newport Street. 
1771. 53 A landscape and figures. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 
1772- 65 Aysgarth Force, on the river 
Euse, near Bolton Castle, 
Wensleydale, in the North 
Riding of Yorkshire, belong- 
ing to the Duke of Bolton. 

66 A View of Grimble Crags, near 

Knaresborough, in the West 
Riding of Yorkshire. 

67 A View taken in the grounds of 

T. Vaughan, Esq., at the 
Grove in Surrey, with Box- 
hill, etc., at a distance. 

68 A landscape. 



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1773. 68 A large landscape and figures. 

69 A view of Harcwood Castle, 

etc., in the \\'est Riding of 
Yorkshire, belonging to Ed- 
win Lascelles, Esq. 

70 Ditto in Great Haywood, Staf- 

fordshire, belonging to Mrs. 
Hannah Anson. 

71 The entrance to Eleeniosinary 

of Fountains Abbey, in the 
West Riding of Yorkshire, 
belonging to the Hon. Wil- 
liam Aislabie. 

1774. 57 A large landscape and figures. 

58 A view of Norton Conyers, 

near Rippon in Yorkshire, 
belonging to Sir Bellingham 
Graham, Bart. 

59 A view of a house near Knares- 

borough in Yorkshire, be- 
longing to Oliver Coggill, 
Esq. 

60 A view from ditto. 

1775. 84 The East view of Bradburn in 

Kent, the seat of Sir Roger 
Twiston, Bart. 

85 A large landscape. 

86 A view of Rippon in York- 

shire. 

1776. 76 A view of Gordal, near Mal- 

ham in Craven, Yorkshire. 
77 A view near Fountains Abbey, 
in Yorkshire, belonging to 
the Hon. William Aislabie. 



DALLAS, E. W Painter. 

Rome, and 

13, Cloudesley Street. 
1839. 207 The interior of a kitchen of the 
Ara-Cceli (Capuchin) con- 
vent, on the Capitol Hill, 
Rome. 
209 The daily distribution of soup 
to the women and children 
at the gate of the Ara-Cceli 
(Capuchin) convent, on the 
Capitol Hill, Rome. 

35, Burton Crescent. 

1841. 46 The interior of a wine house in 

the Campagna of Rome, with 
card players. 

1842. 1242 Cemetery of the Convent of 

Capuchin monks in Rome. 
Bodies interredinthisground 
are often found in an unde- 
cayed state, when they are 
raised and arranged round 
the chamber forming the 
cemetery. 
II. 



31, India Street, Edinhtiri:;}i. 
1S53. 1069 The invention of artillery. 
" Rendi, miser soldato, a la 
fucina, etc." — Orlando Fu- 
rioso. 

DALLMEYER, Miss Rose... Painter. 

II, Barkston Gardens, 

South Kensington. 

1898. 935 Autumn flowers. 

1899. 746 Across the common. 

1900. 901 "The whispering waves were 

all asleep, etc." 

D'ALMAINE, William Frederick. 

Painter. 
38, Gerrard Street. 
1846. 17s Head of Rebecca ("Ivanhoe"). 
560 Fruit piece. 

38, Greek Street. 

1848. 592 Burnham beeches. 

1849, III A water nymph. 
198 II Penseroso. 

8, Percy Street. 
1852. 16 A Bacchante. 

484 The return from the Cruci- 
fixion. 

36, Great Russe/l Street. 

1854. 441 Undine. 
1336 Isabella. 

1855. 597 Jesus Christ recommending his 

mother to the care of St. 
John. 

1856. 347 Repose. 

13, Hatoley Road, 

Kentish Town. 
1859. 397 Laura. 
1863. 639 A portrait. 

DALOU, Jules Sculptor. 

1872. 1461 Le Jour des Rameaux a Bou- 

logne. 
1500 Maternal joy. 
1572 Medallion portrait ; terra-cotta. 
217, Globe Place, Chelsea. 

1873. 1495 Miss Howard; terra-cotta. 

1528 La Musique; do. 

1529 La Peinture; do. 

1540 Paysannefrangaise; terra-cotta. 

1600 Hon. Mrs. George Howard; 

terra-cotta. 

1 60 1 Labrodeuse; statue in bronze. 
1S74. 1530 " Hush-a-bye, baby"; to be 

executed in marble. 

1543 F. Leighton, Esq., R.A.; terra- 
cotta. 

1606 L. Alma-Tadema, Esq.; terra- 
cotta. 
1875. 1351 Miss Heseltine; terra-cotta. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Dalou, Jules— (o/i/inued. 

1875. ijjS J. E. Hodgson, Esq., A.R.A.; 

terracotta. 
1369 Bust of a child; terra-cotta. 

1876. 1385 Boulonnaises a I'Eglise; group 

in terracotta. 

1441 La berceuse; marble statue. 
1S77. 1465 Une Boulonnaise allaitant son 
enfant; terracotta. 

1481 George Howard, Esq.; terra- 
cotta. 
1879. 1502 Bacchanal; decorative basso- 
relievo. 

1556 Mrs. Poynter; bust, terracotta. 

1558 E. J. Poynter, Esq., R. A.; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

DALTON, Miss Caroline Painter. 

14, Queen's Square. 
1879. 1340 Copy of "Cleopatra," by Var 
Rotari. 

DALTON, Edwin. 

Miniature Painter. 

1818. 563 Flowers. 

7, Aldgaie High Street. 
1824. 704 Portrait of a child. 

113, Park St., Camden Town. 
1S38. 8S1 Portrait of a lady. 

1 7, Euston Place. 
1S41. 783 Portrait of a lady. 

5, Fitzroy Street. 
1842. 821 Mrs. E. Dalton, late Miss M. 

Ross. 
1844. 745 Portrait of a lady. 

DALTON, Mrs._ Edwin (late Miss 
Magdalene Ross). 

Miniature Painter. 
5, Fitzroy Street. 
1842. 849 Mrs. Dove. 

1844. 720 Miss Ross. 
721 Miss Grosse. 
749 Lady Seymour. 
767 Portrait. 

786 — Pellen, Esq., R.N. 
798 Miss De Winton. 

1845. 717 Portrait of a lady. 
893 Mrs. Capron. 

18, Tavistock Street. 
1847. 725 Earl of Antrim and Lady Os- 
borne. 

38, Fitzroy Street. 
1850. S60 A portrait. 

(Miniature Painter to the Queen.) 

863 Sir W. C. Ross, R.A. 

864 The Hon. Mark Kerr, Com- 

mander of the Royal Navy. 
1854. 771 Miss Georgina Buckley. 



1S56. 784 Miss Grover. 

Si I Mr. Samuel Robertson and 
Miss Robertson. 
{See Miss Magdalene Ross.) 

DALTON, F Architect. 

1847. 1179 Design for an infirmary. 

DALTON, Mrs. M Painter. 

1 9, Downs/lire Hill. 
1S79. 670 Plover and teal, female. 
903 do. male. 

DALTON, Mrs Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1808. 683 Loch Aw, Argyleshire. 

1809. 529 Ennerdale, Cumberland. 

539 The lake of Wastwater, Cum- 
berland. 

DALZIEL Brothers. 

Wood Engravers. 

S3, High St., Camden Town. 

1861. 958 Heath scene. After Birket 

Foster. 

959 Windmill. After Birket Foster. 

960 Wood scene. do. 

961 Cottage door. do. 

1862. 930 Parable of the foolish Virgins. 

After J. E. Millais, A. R.A. 
9 3 1 Parable of the Good Samaritan. 
After J. E. Millais, A.R.A. 

938 Parable of the lost piece of 

silver. After J. E. Millais, 
A.R.A. 

939 Parable of the unjust judge. 

After J. E. Millais, A.R.A. 

1863. 978 The Wicked Husbandman. 

After J. E. Millais, A.R.A. 

979 The lost sheep. After J. E. 

Millais, A.R.A. 

980 Dives and Lazarus. After J. E. 

Millais, A.R.A. 

981 The labourers in the vineyard. 

After J. E. Millais, A.R.A. 
no. High St., Camden Town. 
1866. 807 Children's party. 

817 Children with Pet lamb, and 
old man at grindstone. After 
J. W. North. 
821 Children with calf and girl 
fishing. After G. Pinwell. 
8, St. George's Square. 
1869. 10S6 Cain, Moses on Mount Nebo, 
Samson at the mill. 
1092 By the grave; woodcut. 
1125 Cleopatra; do. 

1 127 Spring. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



235 



1869. 112S Joseph selling corn, Miriam, 

Joseph interpreting Pha- 
raoh's dreams ; woodcuts. 

1 1 o. High Street. 

1870. S58 Landscape. After E. G. Dal- 

ziel. 

DALZIEL, Edward Painter. 

10, St. George's Square. 

1865. 702 Study of a head. 

1866. 657 A head. 

DALZIEL, E. Gurdon Painter. 

1869. 673 On the Thames at Medmen- 
ham. 
33, Belstse Park Gardens. 

1871. 361 The goose-girl. 
652 Eventide. 

672 An old house in Somerset. 

33, Belshe Gardens. 

1872. 733 In the orchard. 

757 Sheep. 

758 The barley mow. 

961 Lost "far, far away." 

1S73. 911 By the wayside. 

1S75. 710 Happy as a queen. 

745 Rustic life. 

S20 Farningham, Kent. 

1876. 628 Near the Ferry — Christchurch, 

Hampshire. 
638 Gossips. 
647 Dinner time. 
709 Scissors to grind. 
1882. 1053 The latest intelligence. 

DALZIEL, Herbert Painter. 

7, Oppidan's Road, N. W. 

1877. 670 An old man's friends. 

1882. 259 "The life of the year is gone." 

1883. 674 Still life. 
1885. 296 The cow-girl. 
1887. 755 Roses. 

763 do. 

874 Chrysanthemums. 
1890. 441 "Solemn and silent every- 
where, etc." 

Eweli, near Dover. 

1894. 597 "When the stars are all like 

dreams, and the breezes all 

like sighs." 

782 A Valley — evening. "And 

sinking silently, etc." 

DALZIEL, James B Painter. 

3, Camden Street North. 
1852. 403 Treasure seekers. 
65, George Street, 

Portnian Square. 
1869. 488 Trees in Hyde Park. 



40 The woods on Seaton Hill. 
Wishart's Burn, Gordon Castle. 
Near Betchworth, Surrey. 
On the l^everon— Huntley, 

Aberdeenshire. 
The old lane. 

Owen Painter. 

7, Oppidan's Rd., PrimroseHill. 
Old books. 
A day in the country. 
Fish Auction at Yarmouth. 
Mr. A. Mayer. 
Perils of the deep. 
Morning — Whitby. 
By the sea. 
Ashore and afloat. 
Hoist and away. 
When the boats come in. 
Confidences. 
I Fooler House, Ewell, near 

Dover. 
Inspecting the catch. 
A good catch. 

Wooler House, Beltinge Road, 
Heme Bay. 
A Rescue. 

Scheveningen Sands. 
A note of summer. 
Kentish farmyard. 

DALZIEL, Thomas Bolton. 

Painter. 

4, Camden Street North. 
951 A Triton. 

S3, High Street, Camden Toivn. 
721 Landscape with figures. 
741 Whitstable Bay. 
749 Richmond Park. 
916 Children in the wood. 
946 Green pastures. 



1872. 


140 




613 


i873. 


So 




326 


1S80. 


258 


DALZIEL, 


1878. 


840 


1882. 


33> 


1883. 


889 


1885. 


1086 


1888. 


262 




69, 




942 


1889. 


64 


1891. 


36 


1892. 


867 


1893. 


500 


1894. 


686 


1895. 


269 


1898. 


267 




8.5 


1900. 


936 


1904. 


5S1 



1856. 

i860. 
I86I. 



1862. 



DALZIELS, Thomas J. ... Architect. 

35, George Street, 

Hampstead Road. 
1884. 1325 Alterations to 20, Langham 
Street. 

D'AMATO, Gennaro Painter. 

198, Strand. 
1899. 888 The Diamond Jubilee Service 
outside St. Paul's Cathedral, 
June 22, 1897. 

DAMER, Hon. Mrs. Anne Seymour. 

Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1784. 499 Bust of a lady in marble. 
{Lady Melbourne, very like. 
— Walpolc.) 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Damer, Hon. Mrs. Anne Seymour — 
continued. 

1784. 511 Head of Mercury; a cast. 
5J7 Cupid catching a butterfly. 
539 Two dogs asleep; in marble. 
"785. 505! Bust of a child; a model. 
(^Son of Rossi, the dancer. — 
Walpole.) 
591 Head of the Thames; a cast, 
designed for the keystone of 
the center arch of the new 
bridge at Henley, and exe- 
cuted in Portland stone. 
59i Head of Isis; a cast, designed 
for the keystone of the center 
arch of the new bridge at 
Henley, and executed in 
Portland stone. 
641 Two kittens; terra-cotta. 

1787. 617 An ausprey or fishing eagle. 
62+ A Design for a fountain at 

Buxton, representing Hygia; 
a cast. 
625 Portrait of a boy in the char- 
acter of Mercury; a head in 
marble. 

1 788. 599 Head of a child in the char- 

acter of Paris; marble. 
607 Head of a boy in the character 

of Bacchus; marble. 
652 A dog; terra-cotta. 
17S9. 5S5 Thalia; a bust in marble. 
{Miss Farren. — Walpole.) 

612 Two kittens; a group in marble. 

613 Isis; a bust in marble. (Airs. 

Freeman.) 
1790. 661 Portrait of a lady of quality; a 

bust in marble. 
1795. 39* A bust in marble. 

733 Mrs. Siddons in the character 

of Melpomene; a cast. 
1799. 1 104 A dog; executed in Carara 

marble. 
iSoo. 1009 A lap-dog. 

1803. 1018 Bust of the Hon. Charles 

James Fox. 

1804. 937 Bust of Lord Nelson in Cimra 

marble. 

1805. 7S4 Bust of Master W. H. Betty. 

1806. 838 Sir J. Banks, Bart. 

1807. 1000 A sketch for the monument of 

the late Lord Nelson. 
1810. S84 Head of a muse; in bronze. 

1813. 912 Bust in bronze of Sir Joseph 

Banks. 

1814. 768 Bustin terra-cotta of Professor 

Sir H. Davy. 

1816. 95; Model of a dog; in terra- 
cotta. 

i8i8. loSi A dog; in terra-cotta. 



DAMIS, J 

1879. 350 Flowers. 



Painter. 



DAMPIER, E Miniature Painter. 

(.\n Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1784. 284 Portrait of a lady. 

298 do. gentleman. 

1785. 285 do. do. 

1786. 308 do. do. 

DANA, William P. W Painter. 

237, Faubourg St. Honor e, 

Paris. 
1873. 18 Day dreams. 

DANBY, Francis, A.R.A Painter. 

9, Kingsdoivn Place, Bristol. 

1 82 1. 210 Disappointed love. 

1822. 325 Clearing up after a shower. 

Woodfield Cottage, Redland, 

Bristol. 

1823. 417 Landscape with warriors of old 

times in England, retired to 
the shade of a mountain 
glen, to hear the song of their 
minstrel. 

2, Grafton Street East. 

1824. 350 Sunset at sea after a storm. 

14, Mornington Crescent. 

1825. 287 The delivery of Israel out of 

Egypt. "And it came to 
pass, that, in the morning 
watch, the Lord looked unto 
the hosts of the Egyptians 
through a pillar of fire, etc." 
— Exodus, chap. 14. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1826. 305 Christ walking on the sea. 

1827. 13 The embarkation of Cleopatra 

on the Cydnus, when she first 
met Mark Antony in Cilicia. 

1828. 234 Merchant of Venice: scene, 

Belmont, in the garden of 
Portia's house; Lorenzo and 
Jessica. " How sweet the 
moonlight sleeps upon this 
bank, etc." 
340 An attempt to illustrate the 
opening of the sixth seal. 
" And I beheld when he had 
opened the sixth seal, etc." 
Revelations, chap. 6, ver. 12, 
etc. 

1829. 4 Subject from the Revelations. 

" And the fourth angel 
sounded and the third part 
of the sun was smitten, etc., 
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1S29. 317 Subject from the Revelations. 
"And the angel which I saw 
stand upon the sea and upon 
the earth, lifted up his hand 
to heaven, etc." 

1831. 33S The golden age. 

1 3, Rathbnne Place, and 

8, Rue Vanneau, 

Paris. 

1837. 465 " Rich and rare were the gems 
she wore." " The people 
were inspired with such a 
spirit of honour, virtue and 
religion by the great example 
of Brien that as a proof of it 
we are informed that a young 
lady of great beauty, adorned 
with jewelsand a costly dress, 
undertook a journey alone 
from one end of the kingdom 
to the other, with a wand 
only in her hand, at the top 
of which was a ring of ex- 
ceeding great value, and such 
an impression had the laws 
and government of this mon- 
arch made on the minds of 
allthe people, that noattempt 
was made upon her honour, 
nor was she robbed of her 
clothes or jewels." 
At Messrs. Martin Colnagki 
and Co., Cockspur Street. 

1 84 1. 466 The sculptor's triumph when 

his statue of Venus is about 
to be placed in her temple — 
a morning at Rhodes. 

527 Liensfiord Lake in Norway; a 
sudden storm, called a Han- 
ger, passing off — an effect 
which on their lonely lakes 
occurs nearly every day in 
autumn. 

549 The enchanted castle — sunset. 
"O! how can mortals hope 
for bliss when fairies grieve 
in place like this." 

1842. 146 Mary Magdalene in the desert. 
229 A contest of the lyre and 

the pipe in the valley of 

Tempe. 
236 A soiree at St. Cloud in the 

reign of Louis XIV. 
375 The Holy Family reposing 

during the flight into Egypt 

— break of day. 

1843. 342 The last moment of sunset. 

10, Norfulii Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1844. 305 The painter's holiday. 



1845. 
1846. 



1847. 530 
1848. 

1849. 531 



1850. 
1851. 



1844. 552 The tomb of Christ immedi- 
ately after the resurrection. 
" And when the Sabbath was 
past Mary Magdalene, etc." 
Catford Hill, Lewishant. 

272 The wood nymph's hymn to 
the rising sun. 

444 Landscape and figures. Ras- 
selas and Imlac near the 
cave, reposing from their 
labour of excavation, anxi- 
ously anticipating their es- 
cape from the happy valley. 

475 Sunrise — the fisherman's home. 

500 The dawn of morning. 

Exmouth, Devon. 
Blackberry pickers: a lane in 
Devonshire. 

586 A seaman's farewell. 

447 Caius Marius in the ruins of 
Carthage. 

595 The Evening gun— a calm on 
the shore of England. 
Morning, on the banks of 
Zi.irich Lake, with pilgrims 
embarking on their way to 
Einsettlin. 

573 Spring. 

335 Winter — sunset; a slide. 

581 A ship on fire: a calm moon- 
light far at sea. 

622 A summer sunset. "Home! 
home ! " 

{Described as R.A. in the 
index by mistake.) 

155 A wild sea shore, at sunset. 
34 The departure of Ulysses from 
Ithaca — morning. 
A party of pleasure on the 
Lake of Wallenstadt in 
Switzerland. 
Evening. " In the rosy time 
of the year." 

563 Dead calm — sunset, at the 
Bight of Exmouth. 

245 The court, palace and gardens 
of Alcinoiis — a ruddy morn- 
ing. " Close to the gates a 
spacious garden lies, etc." 

239 A smuggler's cove. 

290 The Death of Abel. 

521 Landscape: Ulysses at the 

Court of Alcinous, going to 

the athletic games instituted 

in honour of his visit. 

A Lake scene : going to the 

fair. 
Phcebus rising from the sea, 
by the lustre of his first 
vivifying rays, through the 



1853- 
1854. 



1855. 46 



287 



i8S7. 



1858. 



1859. 
i860. 



4> 



219 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Danby, Francis, A.R.A.— continued. 

drifting foam of a rolling 
wave, calls into worldly exist- 
ence " The Queen of Beauty." 
i860. 340 "When even on the brink of 
wild despair, the famished 
mariner, etc." 

DANBY, G Painter. 

Clifton. 

1S17. 528 View in Scotland. 

DANBY, George F Architect. 

10, Park Roiv, Leeds. 
1 901. 1685 New Congregational church, 
Leeds. 



DANBY, James Francis Painter. 

II, Totten/iam Court Road. 
1842. 482 View of Caernarvon Castle, 
North Wales. 
8, St. James's Place, 

Hampstead Road. 
1847. '2^9 Office of Health, Naples. 

1849. 441 Dover from the Canterbury 

Road. 

4, Camden Terrace West. 

1850. 502 Lake Gwenit, North Wales. 
844 Early morning — near Pont 

Madoc, North Wales. 

62, Cluapside. 

1 85 1. 760 Blackrock Castle, with the 

Wicklow mountains, Ireland 
— sunset. 

29, Gloucester Gardens. 

1852. 599 Wicklow mountain. 

1853. 168 Castle of Chillon, Lake of 

Geneva, Switzerland. 

1854. 563 Dumbarton Rock on the Clyde, 

Scotland. 
Torriano Gardens, 

Camden Road. 

1855. 1346 The anxious moment. 

1856. 322 Loch Lomond, Scotland. 

1857. 584 Evening in the Highlands. 

1858. 918 Dublin Lighthouse. 

1S59. 649 Capture of the Mediterranean 

pirates. 
i860. 574 A View on the Thames. 

1 86 1. 388 Wreck on Exmouth Bar. 

II, Canteloiv's Road, 

Camden Square. 

1862. 613 Portsmouth Harbour. 

5, Gillies St., Camden Toivn. 

1863. 672 Rochester on the Medway. 
706 Cornish Coast — sunset. 

1864. 323 View of North Shields, near 

Newcastle-on-Tyne. 



56, Bartholomeiii Road, 

Kentish Town. 

1866. 462 Winter sunset on the Thames. 
483 Mount Orgueil, Jersey. 

1867. 373 Carrickfergus Castle, near Bel- 

fast. 
56, Laivford Road, 

Kentish Town. 

1868. 508 Wreck ashore. 

1869. 460 Tynemouth. 

842 North Shields — sunrise. 

1870. 8 Scarborough from the sea. 

274 Riding out the gale — Normandy 
Coast. 

1871. 132 Storm on the coast of Sussex. 
317 The day after the gale. 

1872. 155 St. Malo; sketch from nature. 
653 Coast of Scotland. "The 

weary sun hath made a gol- 
den set, etc." 

1873. 512 Morning on the Thames. 

1874. 196 The conflict. 

(The late.) 
1876. 956 West Lulworth harbour: fog 
clearing off. 

DANBY, Thomas, R.W.S. ... Painter. 

I , Squire's Mount, Hampstead. 
1843. 328 " How baffled projects on the 

spirit play, etc." 
1845. 1000 Robinson Crusoe. 

1847. 491 View of Moel Shabod, North 

Wales. 
2 1 , Devonshire Hill, 

Hampstead. 

1848. 527 View of the Gledur mountains 

from the banks of theLlugwy, 
North Wales. 
1152 A wood scene — North Wales. 
43, Camden Road Villas. 

1849. 420 TheCrafnaut Mountains, North 

Wales. 
481 An otter lake in North Wales. 

1850. 559 Lane scene — North Wales. 
598 Snowdon from Badger Hill. 

1851. 712 The meeting of the Seasons in 

North Wales. 

1852. nil Lake Leman, Switzerland. 

1853. 1228 The shepherds lose their sheep. 

1854. 6 A summer morning. 

Glydder House, Hampstead. 
1S55. 5^7 The poet's hour. "Hark! how 
the sacred calm that breathes 
around, etc." 

1856. 475 The Lake of Lucerne from the 

mouth of the Brunnen, 
Switzerland. 

1857. 505 The shepherd's retreat. 

1858. 503 Ulysses in the island of 

Calypso. 



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239 



1859. 



1S60. 

1861. 

1862. 
1863. 
1864. 
1865. 
1866. 



570 Hills and dales in Wales. 

617 Going home — near Monte 
Salvador, Lake of Lugano. 

424 Llyn Gwynant. 

5-0 The River Dovey. 

375 A shepherd's home. 

558 A hill-side stream. 

530 Evening. 

551 Snowdon. 

534 An escape. 

54S A new bride for the sea. 

41S Glandovery, Cardiganshire. 
44, Park lid., Haversiock Hill. 
1869. 2S2 The Uri Rothstock on the Lake 

of Lucern. 
1882. 443 A deserted Home. 

696 Dolbardarn Towers. 



DANCE, George, R.A. 

Architect and Draughtsman. 

Chistaell Street, Moorfields. 

1770. 70 A section of a royal gallery for 

sculpture. 
71 Plan of a royal gallery for 
sculpture. 

1 77 1. 60 The Garden front of a house 

for a gentleman in the 
country. 

Salisbury Street, Strand. 
1785. 594 Design for a mausoleum. 
29, Upper Goroer Street, 

Bedford Square. 
1795- 577 Portrait of a deceased noble- 
man. {The late Lord Cam- 
den.) 
582 Portrait of an Admiral. {Sir 

Alan Gardner.) 
586 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Boswcll.) 
590 Portrait of a Bishop. {William 

Dickson, Bishop of Down.) 
594 Portrait of a gentleman. 
6i2 do. do. {Mr. 

Granville Sharpe.) 
614 Portrait of an artist. {Mr. 

Northcote.) 
618 Portrait of a gentleman. {Dr. 

Blimey.) 
622 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Kinlon, or Mr. Kemble.) 

1798. 362 Portrait of a gentleman. 
363 do. do. 

375 do. do. 

378 do. do. 

1799. 448 Mr. Knyvett. 
449 Dr. Batty. 

456 Mr. Lewis. 

457 Mr. Hoare. 

458 Mr. Munden. 



1799. 947 Sketch for a design for the im- 

provement of the legal quays 
between London Bridge and 
the Tower. 

1800. 363 Mr. W. Turner. 

(Mr. Dance was the son of the architect 
of the Mansion House [George Dance]; 
he was an architect himself. He was the 
last survivor of the foundation members of 
the Royal Academy at his death in 1825.) 

DANCE, G Miniature Painter. 

Holloway. 

1821. 833 D. Dunn, Esq. 

1822. 809 Mrs. Ray. 

3, Pavement, Moorfields. 

1826. 682 A study. 

1827. 8S2 do. 
1829. 949 do. 

DANCE, Nathaniel, R.A. ... Painter. 

Covent Garden. 

1769. 30 The King; whole length. 

31 The Queen; do. 

32 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. 

33 Portrait of a Bishop. 

34 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 

1770. 66 Portrait of a lady in the char- 

acter of Flora ; whole length. 

67 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 

68 The interview between Helen 

and Paris after his combat 
with Menelaus, as described 
in the Iliad. 

69 A Conversation. 

1 77 1. 54 Mr. Garrick in the character of 

King Richard the third, 
act 5; whole length. 

55 Portrait of a gentleman; whole 

length. 

56 Portraits of a lady and child. 

{Mrs. /'a/i.— Walpole.) 

57 Portrait of a gentleman; half 

length. 

58 Portrait of an old man; half 

length. 

59 A portrait of a gentleman; 

three-quarters. 

1772. 63 A portrait of a nobleman; 

whole length. {Earl of 
Coventry, good. — Walpole.) 
64 A lady and her children. 
1774. 56 Orpheus lamenting the loss of 
Eurydice. " Septem ilium 
totos perhibent ex ordine 
menses Rupe sub aeria, de- 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Dance, Nathaniel, R.A.— continued. 

serti ad Strymonis undam 
Flevisse, et gclidis haec 
evolvisse sub antris mul- 
centem tigres, et agentem 
carmine quercus." — Virg., 
Gear., lib. 4. 
75 The death of Mark Anthony. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
189 A landscape. 
161 do. 

do. 
(Nathaniel Dance resigned his member- 
ship of the Royal Academy in 1790, on his 
marriage with Mrs. Dunner; he then took 
the name of Holland, was M.P. for East 
Grinstead, and became Sir Nathaniel 
Dance-Holland, Baronet, in 1800.) 



.776. 

1792. 
1794. 
1800. 



DANCE, W., Junr. 

Miniature Painter. 

Holloivay. 
788 A portrait. 
932 Rev. R. Bowden. 
768 Portrait of a gentleman. 
881 Winter. 

604 Charles Evans, Esq. 
721 Portrait of a lady. 
839 do. do. 
695 Mr. Fitzwilliam, of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 
626 A study. 

841 Mrs. W. Dance, Junr. 
609 H. Goulden, Esq. 
632 R. Clark, Esq. 

5, Pavement, Moorfields. 

810 Rev. J-. C. Pearson, of the 
Church Missionary Institu- 
tion. 

653 Portrait of a clergyman. 

667 Portrait. 

891 do. of a gentleman. 

36, Lombard Street. 

811 A portrait. 
914 The late Sir Nathaniel Dance, 

Commander of the China 
Fleet in 1804. 

48, Coleman Street. 
709 Bacchante. 
624 Portrait of a lady. 

44, Lfigh Holborn. 
927 J. W. Edney, Esq. 
682 Portrait of a gentleman. 
780 James Turner, Esq. 
866 do. do. 

17, Park Place, Highbury. 

667 Portrait of the late Sir Nathaniel 

Dance of the Hon. East 

India Company's service, 



1819. 

1820. 
1821. 
1822. 

1823. 
1824. 

1825. 
1826. 
1827. 



1828. 



1829. 
1830. 
1831. 

1833- 



1835- 
1836. 

1842. 
1843. 



1844. 



who defeated the French 
Fleet under Admiral Linois 
in the year 1804. 
1846. S41 F. Crowe, Esq. 
9S5 J. Pascull, Esq. 

5, Piifford's Iio7ci, Tsling/oti. 
1850. 822 Rev. William Johnson, late 
Rector of St. Perron Withers. 
827 Portrait of a clergyman. 
834 do. thelateSirNathaniel 

Dance, commander of the 
China fleet in 1804, who en- 
gaged and put to flight a 
French squadron com- 
manded by Admiral Lirrois. 

W. H. Dance. 

Capt. Davies of Her Majesty's 
I5ody Guard. 

The late Sir Nathaniel Hoi 
land, Bart., M.P. 

Head from life. 

I, Albion Place, 

Thornhill Road. 

A portrait. 

Head from life. 

The late William Dance, Esq., 
of Holloway, in his 89th 
year. 

A study. 

The late George Dance, R.A., 
architect. 

The late Rev. M. Edgar, Rec- 
tor of St. Nicholas, Ipswich. 

John Frederick Leary, Esq., 
F.S.A., Librarian to the 
House of Lords. 
773 John Burnet, Esq., F.R.S. 



1852. 


697 
865 


1853- 


734 


1854. 


705 


1855- 
1856. 


829 
SgS 
758 


1857- 


835 
7.6 




763 


1859. 


7+4 



1869. 



D'ANCONA, V Painter. 

19, Arundel Gardens. 
22 Neapolitan Peasant Girl. 
458 Does he love me? 
760 The refused rose. 

I, Long Acre. 
646 The Carte de Visite. 



1872. 



DANGERFIELD, Miss Agnes. 

Miniature Painter. 

40, Central Hill, 

Upper Nonvood. 
1894. 1293 Sir Benjamin Baker, K. CM. G. 

DANGERFIELD, J Architect. 

At Mr. Wyatfs, Albany. 

1808. 834 Design for the entrance to a 

park. 
846 Design for a mansion in the 
Gothic style. 

1809. 813 House for gentleman in county 

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DANIEL, Miss A. S. W. 

Miniature Painter. 
163, Strand. 

1824. 566 Mrs. Bolton. 

657 Portrait of henself. 

1825. 56S do. a young lady. 

700 do. gentleman. 
725 do. lady. 

766 Mr. C. Symmons. 
1S26. 5S2 Mrs. Hamilton. 
594 Miss Mowbray. 
182S. 310 Portrait of a lady in the cos- 
tume of Berne. 

69, Oxford Street. 
1829. S35 Portrait of the daughter of 
Kneller Smart, Esq. 
849 Portrait of a lady. 
1831. 623 do. do. 

651 do. do. 

911 do. gentleman. 

1833. S29 Mrs. Hawkins. 

881 Portrait of her sister. 

114, Stra/id. 

1834. 740 Miss Percival. 
1837. 93S Lady Willoughby. 

385, Oxford Street. 
1840. 742 Portrait of a young lady. 
743 Miss Leeson. 

7, Brecknock Terrace. 
1845. 834 The infant daughter of Thomas 
T. a Beckett, Esq. 
890 Portrait of a lady. 

DANIEL, C. G Painter. 

315, Oxford Street. 
1837. 4 Dead Game. 

DANIEL, P. A Painter. 

I , Clifford Inn. 
1853. 1094 A garden scene. 

4, Red Lion Square. 
1862. 328 Studying colour. 

6, Grays Inn Square. 
1864. 378 A woman in white. 

DANIELL, Frank Painter. 

43, Bloomsbury Square. 
1889. lot Madame Antoinette Sterling. 

iS«, High Street, Colchester. 
1897. 408 Miss Ethel Brignell. 
1S98. 853 A flower. 
1899. 470 Pinks. 

971 La Sala Capitular, Toledo 
Cathedral. 
St. Martin's Studio, Colchester. 
1903. 3S5 A bluecoat boy. 
520 La Parisienne. 
687 A dish of Tea. 

701 " Dear Lady Disdain." 
II. 



DANIELL, J Miniature Painter. 

I 7, Ne'd' Bond Street. 
1 799. 703 Portrait of a lady. 

709 do. gentleman. 

722 do. do. 

724 do. do. 

744 do. lady. 

DANIELL, Rev. E. T Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1837. 19 Sion in the Valais. 

1838. 2SI View of St. Malo. 

1839- 349 Sketch from a picture of the 
Mountains of Savoy from 
Geneva. 

1840. 333 Kenilworth. 

DANIELL, J. B Painter. 

72, Fleet Street. 
1819. 813 Portraits of children. 

DANIELL, Samuel Painter. 

3, Grey's Walk, Lambeth. 
1792. 641 A view at Chertsey, Surrey. 
1 793' 597 ^ ^''6^ '■'• the Copse, St. Ann's 
Hill, Surrey. 

55, Upper Mary lelw7ie Street. 
1S04. 649 African Animals: Hippopota- 
mus, Koodoo, Quahkah, 
Gnoo — part of a work now 
publishing. 
At Mr. W. Daniell, 

9, Cleave land Street. 

1805. 652 A Booshwannah pottery — the 

Klip springer — heckloa, or 
the two-horned rhinoceros 
— The Snewberg waterfall on 
the Caffre frontier, Cape of 
Good Hope. 

1806. 520 African animals and scenery. 

Ceylon. 
1812. 522 The Tullipot tree: view in the 
Kiribadgoda district, island 
of Ceylon. 

DANIELL, Miss S. S. 

Miniature Painter. 
14, Russell Place. 

1826. 259 Portrait of a young lady. 
309 do. lady. 

1827. 132 do. young lady. 
233 do. do. 

341 "They stole me from my lull- 
ing dream, etc." 

1828. 658 Portrait of a young lady. 
1830. 498 do. lady. 

502 do. gentleman. 

617 do. young lady. 

660 do. gentleman. 

664 Miss Viliers. 

1 1 



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1831. 



DANIELL 


1772. 


69 


«773- 


/ *• 


•774- 


61 


'775- 


87 


1776. 


78 


1777. 


»5 




86 




87 



Daniell, Miss S. S.—ionlimied. 
1830. 716 Portrait of a lady. 

774 do. do. 

775 do. young lady. 
780 do. do. 
939 do. gentleman. 

(See Mrs. Gent.) 

, Thomas, Ji.A. ... Painter. 

1 5, Glanvilk St., Rathbone Place . 

A flower piece, 
do. 

2 1 , Little Queen Ann Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

A flower piece. 

40, Littk Queen Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

A landscape. 

42, Queen Ann Street, 

Cavcftdish Square. 

A flower piece. 

Portrait of a gentleman, three- 
quarters. 

Two flower pieces. 

Two drawings: views of the 
Porch House at Chertsey, 
Surrey, the retirement of 
Cowley. 

View of Aysgarth Foss on the 
river Ure, Wensley Dale, 
Yorkshire. 

View taken near Bond gate 
Bridge, Rippon, Yorkshire. 

View of part of Bremham Crags, 
near Rippon, Yorkshire, be- 
longing to the Rt. Hon. Sir 
Fletcher Norton. 

A spaniel. 

Sir Arthegal, etc., from Spencer. 

Prince Arthur defeats the Soul- 
dan, from Spencer. 

The Red cross Knight and 
Una, from Spencer. 

Mr. Haynes, Charlotte Street, 
Portland Chapel. 

The babe with bloody hands, 
from Spencer's " Fairy 
Queen." 

View of West Wycombe, Bucks, 
the seat of the Rt. Hon. 
Lord Le Despencer. 
do. do. 

do. do. 

View of Bremham Crags, near 
Rippon, Yorkshire, belong- 
ing to the Rt. Hon. Sir 
Fletcher Norton. 

View of West Wycombe, Bucks, 
the seat of the Rt. Hon. 
Lord Le Despencer. 



1778- 77 
79 



1779. 64 

1780. 30 



312 



1781. 34 



57 



104 
130 
267 



408 



33 

142 



H5 
421 



1783- '54 

1784. 356 

367 



33, Norton St., Portland Chapel. 
17S2. 6 View of Mother Shipton's 
Dropping well, near Knares- 
borough, Yorkshire. 

Walton Castle, Somersetshire 
— sunset. 

Jenny's Hole, near Malham 
Craven. 

do. do. 

St. Vincent's Rocks, near the 
Hot Wells, Bristol — moon- 
light. 
42, Queen Anne Street East. 

View of Blenheim in Oxford- 
shire. 

A Waterfall in Craven. 

View of Workey hole in Somer- 
setshire, with the transforma- 
tion of the witch of Workey 
into stone, from a legendary 
tale. 

37, Howland Street. 

1795. 8 Gate leading to a Hindoo 

temple at Tritchencore, 
India. 

1796. 74 Hindoo Temple at Trinomalee, 

East Indies. 
124 Courtallum, near Tancarchy in 
the East Indies. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1797. 22 Hindoo antiquities at Mavali- 

puram. East Indies. 
68 View at Benares, East Indies. 
115 View near Salem in the pen- 
insula of India. 
232 Hindoo Temples at Bindra- 

bund. East Indies. 
273 View on the Sirinagur moun- 
tains, North of India. 
1 7 98. 6 North-west view of the Fort of 
Juanpore in the Benares 
district. East Indies. 
72 View in the Tinnevelly dis- 
trict. East Indies. 
99 Sculptured Rocks at Mauvel- 
poram on the Coromandel 
Coast, East Indies. 
266 Tiger hunting in the East 
Indies. 
(Elected R.A.) 
1799. 144 Dutch Budjerau's on the river 
Ganges, East Indies. 
164 The gate of the old Fort at 

Benares, East Indies. 
215 View at Chevalpettore, with 
HindooBuildings, peninsula 
of India. 
229 Mahomedan buildings at Bi- 
sowlee in Rohilcund, East 
Indies. 



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243 



1799. 299 A forest scene in the northern 
part of Hindoostan, with a 
Rhinoceros. 
iSoo. 9 The Rope Bridge at Serinugur 
in the Sevalic mountains, 
taken in the year 1789 during 
the evacuation of the city in 
consequence of the approach 
of a large army from AI- 
niorah, East Indies. 
17 Puppanassum, a waterfall with- 
in the mountains in the 
Tinevelley district, East In- 
dies. 

194 A pagoda in the East Indies. 

542 Near Shuramuttean Coil, in the 
mountains near Cape Como- 
rin. East Indies. 
iSoi. 69 View in the Cheynpore district. 
East Indies. 
91 View near Shere-Ghur in the 
province of Bahar, East 
Indies. 

142 View in the Tinnevelly district, 
East Indies. 

151 View in the Tinnevelly district. 

234 View near the fort of Currah 
on the Ganges, East Indies. 
1802. 12 Near Ambassumattam, in the 
Tinneville district. East In- 
dies, taken in the monsoon 
season. 
71 Gauts, etc., at Benares, on the 
River Ganges, East Indies. 

185 Ruins, etc., at Oude, on the 
River Gogra, East Indies. 

259 Tritchencore, near Salem, in 
the Carnatic, East Indies. 

276 Hindoo Temple on the island 
of Seringham, nearTricheno- 
poli, in the Carnatic, East 
Indies. 

876 Bidjee Ghur, a hill fort in 
Bahar, East Indies. 

1804. 7 Cape Comorin, the southern- 

most point of the peninsula 

of India. 
42 View near Juanpore in the 

Benares district, East Indies. 
104 View near Attoor in the Dindi- 

gul district. East Indies. 
129 The Braman's Ghaut at Mut- 

tura on the river Jumna, 

East Indies. 
163 Pattergotta on the river Ganges: 

Hindoo devotees, etc. ; East 

Indies. 

1805. I Sir C. W. Malet, Bart, the 

British resident at the Court 
of Poonah in the year 1790, 



concluding a treaty in the 
durbar with Souac Madarow, 
the peshwa or prince of the 
Mahratta empire. 

1806. 23 The harbour of Muscat in 

Arabia. 
64 Sculptured rocks at Sultaun- 
gunge Bahar, on the river 
Ganges. 

130 View on the river Jumma, near 
Delhi, East Indies. 

159 Part of Benares on the river 
Ganges. 

166 A view in the Bay of Ben- 
gal. 

1807. 53 Western Gate of Firoz Shah's 

cotilla, Delhi, East Indies. 
6 1 The gate of Serai, at Chand- 
pore, in the Rohilla district. 
East Indies. 

102 The Jummah Musjed at Mu- 
rata. East Indies. 

130 Ruins near Agra, East Indies. 

2S0 The fort of Mutura near Mus- 
cat, Arabia. 

1808. 94 An Hindoo Choultry at Ma- 

dura in the East Indies. 

140 Taucanche, a celebrated water- 
fall in the Tinevelly district, 
East Indies. 

170 Principal gate in the fort of 
Agra, East Indies. 

242 Highest peak of the mountains 
of Snowdon, North Wales. 

1809. 61 Aenercoil, near Manapar, on 

the Coromandel Coast, a 
recluse situation of the 
religious Hindoos, East 
Indies. 
72 Hurra-gowree, a place of great 
sanctity of the Hindoos, near 
Bidzee-Ghur, a hill fort, in 
the district of Benares, East 
Indies. 
12, Charlotte Rote, New Road. 

1810. 143 The Mausoleum of the Emperor 

Shere Shaw at Sassaram in 

the province of Bahar, East 

Indies. 
164 Part of the fort of Gingee, in 

the Carnatic, East Indies. 
iSii. 57 Ruins of the palace of Madura, 

in the East Indies. 
78 Ruins of the Nouruttun, part 

of the palace at Sassaram, in 

the district of Bahar, East 

Indies. 
446 Bidzee Ghur, a hill fort in the 

district of Benares, East 

Indies. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Daniell, Thomas, R.A.— continued. 

1812. 8 A scene near Nijibabad, in 

Rohilcund, the Sewalic 
snowy mountains appearing 
in the distance: an Indian 
on an elephant is endeavour- 
ing to cross a small bridge, 
which the elephant refuses 
until he has examined its 
strength with histrunk — ^East 
Indies. 
221 Puppanassum, a cataract on the 
river Tunirabunni, in the 
Tinnivelly mountains, of 
great celebrity with the Hin- 
doos, the annual resort of 
thousands of devotees, many 
of whom return to the most 
distant parts of India, laden 
with the water of this sacred 
stream — East Indies. 

1 81 3. 69 A View looking towards the 

river Ganges, taken from an 
eminence called Pur Pahar 
— East Indies. 

2IO The Eed-gah, a place designed 
for the performance of solemn 
festivals by the professors of 
the Mahomedan religion, 
near Amrooah,in the Rohilla 
district. East Indies. 
1S14. 12 A scene near Gungavapetta, 
in the Dindigul district, with 
wild animals — Peninsula of 
India. 

145 A scene on the river Ganges 
above Benares: the remains 
of an Hindoo temple, with 
fragments of ancient sculp- 
ture, and religious cere- 
monies. 

311 The entrance, from the east- 
ward, of the harbour of 
Muscat in Arabia. 

129 Trichencore, a mountain of 
great celebrity with the Hin- 
doos, for the antiquity of its 
temples, and other objects 
of religious veneration; on 
the foreground, females bear- 
ing on their heads the sacred 
fire, are making an offering 
of fruit and flowers to the 
sun, a Bramin directs the 
ceremony — East Indies. 

220 A View taken near the maga- 
zine on the top of Ryacotta, 
a lofty Droog, or Hill Fort; 
one of the Barrah Mahl, 
East Indies. 



1815. 



9, Cleveland St., Fitzroy Square. 

1816. 141 An Indian with his cattle, etc., 

having ascended in safety a 
dangerous pass in the moun- 
tains, returns thanks to 
Ganesa, the guardian of the 
Ghauts ;ascene in theChrym- 
pore district. East Indies. 

200 The entrance to the palace of 
the Cotsea Begum at Delhi, 
East Indies. 

304 A view near Saut Puttee in the 
Tinnevelly district, East 
Indies. 

18 1 7. 61 The hermit Kanwa going to 

the river Maleeneeto perform 
his ablutions, discovers 
Sakoontala asleep, guarded 
by a flock of vultures from 
being devoured by lions and 
tigers. Vide Wilkins's trans- 
lation of the story of Doosh- 
wanta and Sakoontala, etc. 
77 View of Jumbukrishna, the 
great Hindoo Temple, on 
the Island of Seringham, near 
Trichinopoli, East Indies. 

181 8. 24 Kishnagherry, a hill fort in the 

Barrah-Mahl, East Indies. 

179 North-East View of Sezincot, 
Gloucestershire, the seat of 
Sir C. Cockerell, Bart. 

241 South-East View of Sezincot, 
Gloucestershire, the seat of 
Sir C. Cockerell, Bart. 

1819. 191 View taken from the bridge 

looking up the Thornery, 
Sezincot, Gloucestershire, 
the seat of Sir C. Cockerell. 

217 The Wellington Pillar, and part 
of Sezincot House, etc. 

265 View from the bridge, taken 
near the Rocks, Sezincot, 
etc. 

357 View of the Temple Fountain, 
etc., in the Thornery, Sezin- 
cot, etc. 
14, Earl's Terrace, Kensington. 

1820. 72 View of the garden of Fyz Ali 

Kahn at Ghazepore, on the 
river Ganges. 

1821. 39 The sacred tree of the Hindoos 

which contains an ancient 
Temple and Idol of Maha- 
deva, near the Hurduwar on 
the river Ganges. 
301 View of the ruins of an Hindoo 
Temple, etc., taken near 
Coravanellore in the Tinne- 
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1S22. 154 Hindoos returning from making 
an offering to the Idol at the 
Temple of Vishnu at Se- 
cunder MaH, near Madura, 
East Indies. 
190 A part of the Mausoleum of 
Nawaub Assaph Khan at 
Rajemahl, on the western 
bank of the river Ganges. 

1823. 97 A View near Shere Ghur, in 

Bahar, East Indies. 
310 A scene in the Mountains near 
Cape Comorin, East Indies. 

1824. 151 A Mosque, public Well, etc., 

near the garden of Fyzali 
Khan, at Ghazepore on the 
banks of the river Ganges. 
171 A View on the Serinugur 
Mountains, with the Snowy 
Mountains in the distance, 
taken during the warfare 
between the Rajah of 
Serinugur and the Doutie 
Rajah in the year 1792. 
208 A View at Varunellore, near 
Calcad, in the district of 
Tinnevelly. 
289 A View near Secundur Mahli, 
Madura, E. Indies. 

1S26. 173 Oriental costume. 

195 Hindoo Antiquities at Mahab- 
alyporam, on the Coromandel 
Coast. 

1827. 27 An excavated temple of the 
Hindoos in the island of 
Salsette, East Indies. 
421 Chumar Ghur, an ancient 
fortress on the left bank of 
the river Ganges, East 
Indies. 

1S28. 184 The gate of the Cutwal, in the 
fort of the ancient city of 
Gour, on the river Ganges, 
Bengal, East Indies. 



DANIELL, William, R.A. ... Painter. 
At Mr. DanielVs, Howland St. 

1795. 576 View at Fyzabad, in the pro- 

vince of Oude, East Indies. 
37, Howkind Street. 

1796. 512 Mosque at Juanpore, East 

Indies. 

1797. 540 Gate leading to the Mausoleums 

of the family of the Emperor 
Shah Jehan at Allahabad, 
East Indies. 
562 Mausoleum of a Mahommedan 
poet built of white marble at 
old Delhi, East Indies. 



1798. 434 Gate of the Mosque built by 

Hafez Ramut at Pillibeat 
Rohilcund, East Indies. 
439 The Bernar Pagoda, a little 
below Benares, on the river 
Ganges. 

1799. 564 Ruins of part of the palace in 

Rotas Ghur, Bahar, East 
Indies. 
514 View of the fort at Agra, taken 
from the ruins of the palace 
of Islaum Khan Rumi, East 
Indies. 

1800. 245 A Mahometan mausoleum at 

Ghazepore, East Indies. 
310 A fleet of ships leaving the 
island of St. Helena. 

1 80 1. 242 The gates of the Palace at 

Lucknow, East Indies. 
9, C/eaveiand St., Fitzi oy Square. 
i8o2. 6 View of London and some im- 
provements of its Ports, sub- 
mitted to the select com- 
mittee of the House of Com- 
mons by Mr. Dance, exhibit- 
ing the proposed double 
bridge intended for the pas- 
sage of ships, by the alter- 
nate elevation of a draw- 
bridge on either of the two 
bridges whilst an uninter- 
rupted way over the other is 
afforded at all times for car- 
riages and foot-passengers, 
without impeding the naviga- 
tion, and without the neces- 
sity of such elevated arches 
as the height of ship's masts 
require; also the proposed 
embankment and enlarge- 
ment of the legal Quays and 
the New Customhouse in the 
centre of a line of warehouses 
extending to the Tower, to 
and from which goods may 
be conveyed by carts on the 
level of the area round the 
Monument without encum- 
bering the quays — The 
Monument, that noble col- 
umn, erected by the im- 
mortal Sir Christopher Wren, 
is seen in the focus of an ex- 
tensive amphitheatrical area 
on the north side of the 
Thames and the proposed 
Naval Trophy is placed in the 
centreofa semicircular range 
of buildings on the south 
side of the river. 



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Uiam, Ji.A. — continued. 

ShuwoUah Gaut, Benares, on 
the river Ganges. 

An Hindoo Temple on the 
Island of Ramiseram near 
Cape Comorin; with the 
approach of the north-east 
Monsoon. 

A view of London from Green- 
wich park. 

View of Newcastle upon Tyne, 
taken from a windmill to the 
eastward of St. Ann's. 

View of the cotton mills, Lan- 
ark, Scotland. 

View of Stoiiebyers Lyn, Scot- 
land. 

View of London taken near the 
Tower. 

View of Westminster bridge 
and abbey taken from Som- 
erset house. 

View of Ben Lomond near the 
village of Luss. 

Coldstream Bridge over the 
river Tweed. 

Twyzell Castle, the seat of Sir 
Francis Blake, Bart., near 
Berwick on Tweed. 

View from the new Bridge, 
Durham. 

Windermere. 

View on the Thames near 
Richmond. 
395 Bridge over the river Till at 
Twysel, near Coldstream, 
Northumberland. 
4+4 The new Bridge, Durham. 
448 View of the London Docks, 

Wapping. 
458 Distant view of Durham from 

the South. 
508 The European Factories at 
Canton in China. 
1S07. 113 Edinburgh Castle. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1808. 8 A view of the European Fac- 

tories at Canton in China. 
126 Caernarvon Castle, North 

Wales. 
165 Tenby Castle, South Wales. 
499 View on the Thames near 

Chertsey. 

1809. 172 View of Plymouth Dock and 

Hamoaze, taken from Mount 
Edgcumbe. 
303 Lynmouth, on the coast of 
North Devon. 

1 8 10. 27 A view in China shewing the 

process of cultivating the tea 



1803. 


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1804. 


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plant and preparing the 
leaves for exportation, ist, 
preparing the soil. 2nd, 
Watering the young plants. 
3rd, Gathering the leaves. 
4th, Rolling them. 5th, 
Crisping them by fire. 6th, 
Packing them in chests. 7th, 
Marking and binding them. 
8th, Weighing them. 9th, 
Registering the weight; and 
loth. Shipping them on 
board the vessels that con- 
vey them to the port of 
Canton: — which several 
operations mostly performed 
at the same time of the year, 
and for the London market 
alone, give employment to 
about three millions of the 
Chinese population and to 
20,000 tons of English ship- 
ping, besides adding three 
millions annually to the re- 
venue of Great Britain. 
24 View of Kelso, taken from 

Fleurs. 
53 Cader Idris from Barmouth. 
103 The Castle of Wandepur in 

Bootan, East Indies. 
31 View of Westminster Abbey 

and bridge. 
189 Conway Castle, North Wales. 
344 View on the Thames below 

Greenwich. 
3 56 Unloading a corn barge — scene 

on the Thames. 
46 Clovelly in the Bristol Channel, 

North Devon. 
399 View of the straits of Sunda, 
taken from Anjere Point on 
the island of Java. 
73 Kemaes head in the bay of 

Cardigan, South Wales. 
262 Landscape and cattle. 
319 View near St. Gowen's head, 
Pembrokeshire. 
An Indian scene with birds and 
animals. 

301 Culzean Castle, Ayershire, the 
seat of the Earl of Cassillis. 
A sketch of the decorations of 
Guildhall, at the royal enter- 
tainment given by the Cor- 
poration of the City of Lon- 
don on Saturday, the iSth 
day of June, 1814, toH.R.H. 
the Prince Regent, the Em- 
peror of all the Russias and 
the King of Prussia. 



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1816. 383 View of the Coolin Mountains 

on the Western Coast of the 
Isle of Skye, taken from 
Loch Scavigh. Vide Scott's 
" Lord of the Isles." 

523 A frame containing views of 
Staffa, Castle Elian Donan, 
Loch Duich, Rosshire, Castle 
Ranza, north end of the Isle 
of Arran, and the Clamshell 
Cave, Staffa. 

532 A frame containing views of 
Loch Cornisk near Loch 
Scavigh, on the western 
coast of the Isle of Skye — 
Loch Duich, Dungevan 
Castle in the Isle of Skye, 
the seat of Macleod of Mac- 
leod and Dunolly Castle near 
Oban. 

181 7. 323 South-west of Armidel, the seat 

of Lord Macdonald, Isle of 
Skye. 

345 South-east view of Armidel, the 
seat of Lord Macdonald, 
Isle of Skye. 

519 Views of Penmanmawr, North 
Wales — part of the South 
Stock, Holyhead — Corry- 
chatachan near Broadford, 
Isle of Skye, exterior view 
of Fingal's Cave, Staffa. 

536 View of Staffa from the south- 
west — Part of Priestholme 
Island, Anglesea — Conway 
Castle, taken from the op- 
posite side of the river — 
Distant view of Priestholme 
Island. 

181 8. 194 View on the Thames near 

Chertsey bridge. 

1819. 70 Dunrobin Castle, the ancient 

seat of the Earls of Suther- 
land, the ancestors of the 
Marchioness of Stafford and 
Countess of Sutherland, 
founded by Robert, the 
second Earl, before 11 76. 

95 Gairloch, on the north-west 
coast of Rosshire, the seat of 
Sir Hector Mackenzie, Bart. 

106 Hospitalfield near Arbroath, 
Forfarshire, the residence of 
Mrs. Hunter of Blackness. 

z6S Dunrobin Castle, etc. 

316 Coxtown Tower, Morayshire. 

1820. 325 The town and entrance to the 

Bay of Cromarty. 

1821. 243 Sea in the Bay of Biscay: ships 

scudding. 



182 1. 322 View of Baleapatam river, of 

the residence of Ravee Var- 
mii of Cherical, a district of 
the province of Malabar, 
which was ceded to the 
Hon. E. I. Company in 1791 
by the late Tippoo Sultan. 
583 Part of a series of views in 
Scotland. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1822. 39 View of Harwich, Essex. 

327 View at Rajemah'l on the River 
Ganges, East Indies. 

1823. 104 The Hythe, East Indiaman, off 

Anjere Point, Island of Java, 
in the straits of Sunda. 

171 Dunrobin, Sutherlandshire, 
from the north-east. 

187 View of Arundel, a seat of the 
Duke of Norfolk, from the 
Little Hampton Road. 

206 Arundel Castle, taken from the 
Keep. 

325 Arundel Castle. 

383 An East Indiaman in a gale off 
the Cape of Good Hope. 

494 The castle of Lord Henry Sey- 
mour, Isle of Wight. 

507 The Lighthouse on the North 
Forland. 

1824. 48 A sailing yacht, the property of 

a nobleman. 
55 Arundel Castle. 
72 View from the park of Arundel. 
195 Tregothan, the seat of the Earl 

of Falmouth, Cornwall — 

morning. 
212 View of St. Michael's Mount 

in Mount Bay, Cornwall. 
221 View of Ben Suilvenin, from 

Loch Inver, on the N.W. 

coast of Scotland. 
278 Torquay, Devon. The large 

ship in the distance marks 

the anchorage of the Bellero- 

phon when Bonaparte was 

brought to England. 
333 The Longships Lighthouse, off 

the Land's End, Cornwall. 

1825. 29 The distressed situation of the 

Kent East Indiaman, Cap- 
tain Cobb, when on fire in 
the Bay of Biscay, on the i st 
of March last, from authen- 
tic information. 

40 A Mahometan of rank with his 
Moonshee (secretary) and 
other attendant. 

77 Culzean Castle, coast of Ayre- 
shire, N.B. 



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Daniell, William, R.A.— continued. 

1825. 156 Scene on the river Ganges. 
164 I^andscape: composition. 

298 The Edystone Lighthouse dur- 
ing the storm in November, 
1824. " The storm was very 
severe from the evening of 
the 22nd and increased with 
the rising of the tide. . . . 
The sea was tremendous, 
and broke with such violence 
on the top and round the 
building as to demolish in 
an instant five panes of the 
lantern glass and sixteen 
cylinder glasses. . . . The 
water came from the top of 
the building in such quan- 
tities that we were over- 
whelmed, and the sea made 
a breach from the top of the 
house to the bottom, etc., 
etc." 
14, Russell Place, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1826. 5 The Cambria Brig (Capt. W. 

Cook) receiving on board 
the last boatload of the crew 
and passengers of the Kent 
East Indiaman (Capt. H. 
Cobb) while on fire in the 
Bay of Biscay on the ist 
March, 1825. 
29 Landscape: composition. 

133 View of Falmouth, Pendennis 
Castle and Harbour, Corn- 
wall. 

209 Poodumadum, between Kil- 
kennee and Adam's bridge. 
Peninsula of India. The 
Oriamarum or umbrella tree, 
buffalo, adjutants, vultures. 

245 View of the Lizard Lights on 
the coast of Cornwall: a 
heavy fog clearing off at 
daybreak, and discovering 
to a ship her perilous situa- 
tion close upon the Stag 
rocks. 

269 Wild elephants in the Ane- 
malee Woods, near Cape 
Comorin, Peninsula of India. 

285 View of the Lizard Lights, 
Cornwall, from the S.W. 

404 Scene from the novel of the 
Antiquary. 

1827. I The dead Elephant — scene in 

Ceylon. A party of English 
gentlemen on a shooting ex- 
cursion in the island of Cey 



Ion, arriving at the side of a 
lake at the dawn of day de- 
scried a dead elephant of an 
enormous size lying near the 
water's edge. An alligator 
had mounted the carcase 
and kept possession of the 
prey until he had gorged his 
fill. The animal next in 
strength then gained posses- 
sion, and the weaker crea- 
tures came on in succession 
• — jackalls, adjutants, vul- 
tures, and other predatory 
birds and beasts were all on 
the alert. The astonished 
beholders ordered a black 
servant in advance of the 
party to fire, when a scene 
of confusion ensued which 
may be imagined but cannot 
be described. 
1827. 36 Attack of a Boa Constrictor. 
In the year 1792 the captain 
of a country ship going 
through the eastern islands 
sent a boat on shore to ob- 
tain a supply of provisions, 
leaving one of her crew in 
chargeofher. On theirreturn, 
as they approached the boat, 
they perceived to their hor- 
ror, that a snake of enormous 
size had writhed itself about 
their sleeping companion. 
The tail of the serpent was 
fortunately on the ground, 
and the Lascars immediately 
commenced their attack on 
it with such weapons as they 
generally take on a shore ex- 
cursion. Roused by a vio- 
lent cut on the tail from an 
axe, the huge monster reared 
his head high above the stern 
of the boat, and looked at 
his assailants with the ut- 
most fury; but so vigorous 
were their blows that he was 
soon disabled. The vertebra 
being wounded, he was de- 
prived of power and the im- 
prudent boatman was saved. 
The snake being measured 
after it was killed, was found 
to exceed seventy feet in 
length. 

322 Windsor Castle from Snow Hill. 

344 Hindoo females on the banks 
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1831. 
II. 



566 Glen in Windsor Park, near 
Bishopsgate. 

591 Scene on the Virginia water. 

126 Scene on the Island of Cey- 
lon. 

204 View in Windsor Park, near 
Bishopsgate. 

293 Lighthouse on the South Stack, 
at Holyhead. 

311 Scene in the grounds ofH.R.H. 
the Duke of Orleans at 
Neuilly. 

367 View near Neijeibabad in 
Rohilcund ; part of the 
Himalaya range of moun- 
tains in the distance. 

540 Windsor Castle from the play- 

ground, Eton. 

541 Windsor Castle from the north- 

east. 
28 Waterfall near Vatlagunta in 
the Peninsula of India, in 
the mountains that divide 
the coasts of Coromandel 
and Malabar; its height be- 
tween five and six hundred 
feet. 

210 The Taje Mah'l at Agra viewed 
from the opposite side of 
the river Jumna. The Taje 
Mah'l is a mausoleum of 
white marble erected by the 
Emperor Shah Jehan for his 
favourite Queen Miimtaza 
Zemani or the most exalted 
of the age. 

134 The Indian widow visiting the 
tomb of her husband. 

192 Scene from "Red Rover." The 
motionless boat was lifted 
with the ship until it stood 
in an attitude fearfully ap- 
proaching to the perpen- 
dicular. As the wreck de- 
scended the bows of the 
launch met the element, bury- 
ing themselves nearly to fill- 
ing, but buoyant and light it 
rose again, etc., etc. "This 
boat with its contents are the 
sole memorials of the Royal 
Caroline." 

249 Virginia Water. 

343 A peasant of the Island of 
Ceylon. 

424 The Honourable Company's 

ship the "Duke of Sussex" 

off the Lizard. 

38 A first-rate going down the 

Channel; the Land's End 



and Longships Lighthouse 
in the distance. " She walks 
the waters like a thing of 
life, etc." 
1 83 1. 57 Admiral Collingwood in the 
" Royal Sovereign " breaking 
the enemy's line and passing 
under the stern of the "Santa 
Anna," a Spanish flagship. 
" The nearest of the enemy's 
ships was now distant about 
a mile from the ' Royal Sove- 
reign,' and it was at this time, 
while she was pressing alone 
into the midst of the com- 
bined fleets that Lord Nelson 
said to Captain Blackwood, 
' See how that noble fellow, 
Collingwood, takes his ship 
into action ! How I envy 
him ! ' On the other hand. 
Admiral Collingwood, well 
knowing his commander and 
friend, observed, ' What 
would Nelson give to be 
here?'" 
77 Captain, afterwards Lord Col- 
lingwood, in the "Excellent," 
of 74 guns, attacking the 
" Santissima Trinidada " of 
140 in the battle off" Cape 
St. Vincent, February 14, 
1801. "The 'Excellent' 
compelled the ' San Isidore ' 
to hoist English colours, and 
I thought the large ship, 
' Salvador del Mundo,' had 
also struck, but Captain Col- 
lingwood, disdaining the 
parade of taking possession 
of beaten enemies, most gal- 
lantly pushed up with every 
sail set, to save his friend 
and messmate, who was to 
all appearance in a critical 
situation. The 'Excellent' 
ranged up and passed within 
ten feet of the ' San Nicho- 
las,' giving her a most awful 
fire. The ' San Nicholas ' 
luffing up, the 'San Josef 
fell aboard of her, and the 
' Excellent ' passed on to the 
' Santissima Trinidada,' the 
largest ship ever built." 

190 The forts of Merani and Jellali 
at Muscat in the Persian 
Gulph. 

241 An alligator attacking a bullock 
— scene in Ceylon. 

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Daniell, William, R.A.— continued. 

1832. 9 A Hindoo temple at Rotas 

Gur, a hill fort in the Pro- 
vince of Behar, East Indies. 

20 An Imaum-barrah, or mauso- 
leum of a Mahometan high 
priest, at Sasseram in the 
Province of Bahar. 

52 A scene in the Isle of Wight. 

97 Hindoostanfe females at a 

Gaut, near Manickpoor, on 
the Ganges. 
11% Birds of Ceylon. 

339 The elk of Ceylon. 

340 A caprisoned elephant — scene 

near Delhi. 

341 A Hirkarrah camel — scene at 

Firozabad, near Agra. 

1833. 27 The falls of Courtallum or Tela 

Cauchy in the Tinnevelly 
district, Southern India. 

47 The Salaam. 

272 The falls of Cauvery, Southern 
India. 

279 A snake of vast size, secured 
by his powerful tail on one 
of the upper branches of a 
lofty tree, darted down, 
seized and carried from his 
horse a Javanese messenger 
who was carrying despatches. 
His attendants, one on horse- 
back and the others on foot, 
were too much frightened 
to offer any assistance, and 
the snake quickly disap- 
peared with his victim. 

327 Mosque of Futty-pore Sicri, 
near Agra, built by the 
Emperor Akbar. 

331 A Coorg. 

347 Madras or Fort St. George in 
the Bay of Bengal — a squall 
passing off. 

417 The Banyan tree. 
10, North Crescent, 

Bedford Square. 

1834. 6 On the Island of Ceylon near 

Unnakundahpatahnah. 
26 Calcutta from Garden-house- 
reach. 

98 Mosque at Muttra in the pro- 

vince of Agra, built in the 

reign of the Emperor Au- 

rengzeba. 
176 Zohara, a nautch girl, at the 

Court of Asoph-ul-dowlah, 

Allahabad. 
271 Entrance to the harbour of 

Marseilles. 



1834. 298 Mosque at Lucnow. 

369 Mosque in the Province 
of Coimbatore, Southern 
India. 

1835. 152 Tiger hunting in India. 

1S6 The principal gaut at Hurd- 
war, a celebrated town of 
Hindoo pilgrimage, in the 
province of Delhi, Northern 
India. 

242 Scene in the Sunderbunds, 
Bengal. 

304 The citadel of Agra, which (ac- 
cording to the autobiograph- 
ical memoirs of the Emperor 
Jehanguier) cost in building 
_j^26,55o,ooo ; taken from 
near the ruined palace of 
Islaum Khan Rumi, the 
chief engineer of the Em- 
peror Humaioon. 

583 The Mosque and mausoleum 
of Sheik Nizam-ad-deer 
Aoulea at Delhi. 

1836. 7 The "Bore" rushing up the 

Hoogley during a north- 
wester, East Indies. 
36 The palace at Lambeth, from 

Milbank. 
97 General view of the harbour 
of Muskat on the Coast of 
Omar, Arabia, in the Persian 
Gulph. 

162 The watering place at Angere 
point, on the Island of Java. 
The homeward bound China 
fleet, in 1793, at anchor in 
the Straits of Sunda, under 
the command of Sir Erasmus 
Gore in the " Lion " man-of- 
war. 

212 Part of the Fortress of Juan- 
pore on the river Goomty, 
province of Allahabad, East 
Indies. 

232 The Guebre priest's daughter. 
" She rushed to the side of 
the prostrate man — a large 
snake was coiled round him 
with its head opposite to his 
face, and gradually tighten- 
ing its folds in order to crush 
him to death. The daughter, 
roused to an unwonted spirit 
of energy by her father's 
peril, raised the knife which 
she still held, and, striking 
with all her force upon the 
monster's body, severed the 
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7, Brecknock Terrace, 

Camden New Road. 

1837. 46 The Hindoo Girl's offering. 

The picture illustrates a 
practice prevalent amongst 
the females of Hindostan, 
some of whom are incom- 
parably beautiful. When the 
moon is at the full these 
eastern maidens repair to the 
banks of the sacred Ganges, 
bearing with them little 
earthenware lamps fed with 
cocoanut oil, which, having 
lighted, they launch and 
watch the progress of their 
meteor boats down the 
Shians with the greatest 
anxiety, convinced if the 
lamps continue to burn un- 
til they fade into distance, 
that their absent lovers re- 
main constant; on the con- 
trary, should they become 
extinguished, it is held to be 
an augury of calamity. 
53 East Deen, Bonchurch, Isle of 
Wight. 

Ill Bonchurch and East Deen, Isle 
of Wight, from the sea. 

549 Part of the fort of Rhotas 
Ghur, Bahar. 

987 The fort of Agouree on the 
river Soane, Bahar. 
(The late.) 

1838. 291 A Nautch girl exhibiting before 

a man of rank — a scene at 
Juanpore. 

DANIELS, Mrs. Amy Painter. 

33, Mimosa Street, Fiilham. 
1889. 883 A reminiscence of Sussex. 

DANIELS, George. 

Miniature Painter. 

35, Malvern Road, Dais ton. 
1884. 1380 Old barns near Chingford, 

Essex; pen and ink. 
1385 Tree on the Landslip, near 

Ventnor; pen and ink. 
1886. 1391 Violet, daughter of Dr. W. J. S. 

Ladell. 
1888. 1565 Lois. 
i88g. 1659 Lydia Jessie Daniels. 

1892. 1430 Lois. 

56, Dimsmore Road, 

Stamford Hill. 

1893. 1345 Portrait of a lady. 

1894. 1255 do. an old lady. 



DANIELS, William Painter. 

6, Clarence Terrace, Liverpool. 
1840. 42 The beggar. 
Ill An Italian. 
383 The cottager. 

Rauton Abbey, Eccleshall. 
1846. 45 Portrait of youth. 

115 A girl selling small ware. 

461 Sir Joshua Walmsley, Rauton 

Abbey. 
61 9 A friar. 

DANKS, B Painter. 

At Mr. Walton's, 

Half Moon Street. 
1783. 129 Patience. 

13, Coventry Street. 
1790. 446 The rat-trap. 

DANLOUX, Henri Pierre ... Painter. 

50, Leicester Fields. 

1792. 105 Portrait of a painter. 
159 do. lady. 

1793. S3 do. young lady. {Miss 

Hobart.) 
196 Portrait of a lady. {Madame 

du The) 
213 Portraits of two young gentle- 
men. {Masters Forster.) 
277 Portrait of I'abbe de St. Far. 
494 do. a gentleman. {Mr. 

J. Greenwood.') 
496 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Crosby.) 
593 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

C. Greenjoood.) 
611 Portrait of an officer. {Major 

Bos sett. ) 
625 Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 

Maiden.) 
651 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Dillon.) 

1794. 117 Akao — the Chinese. 
206 Portrait of a lady. 

5, Leicester Square. 

1795. 57 Portrait of a lady. 

76 H.R.H. Prince Augustus. 
163 Portrait of a gentleman. 
216 do. do. 

257 Dr. Morris. 
301 Portrait of a lady. 
II, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1796. 62 Calypso at the entrance of her 

grotto. 
123 Portrait of a young lady. 
1800. 203 Mr. Rodgers. 

215 The Due de Bourbon. 
733 Portrait of the Bishop of St. 
Pol de Leon. 



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DANNAT, W. T. F Painter. 

I, Avenue N. Villiers, Paris. 
1S90. 257 Study in red. 

DANSON, George Painter. 

45, Castle Street, Oxford Street. 
1S23. 219 Returning from school. 

276 Scene in New Forest, Hants. 
1824. 93 Venus rising from the sea. 

5 1 , Paradise Street, Lambeth. 
1842. 634 Comus. 

DANSON, Thomas Painter. 

I a, Peaton Place, Walworth. 
1855. 272 A lion watching for its prey. 

DANTE, F Sculptor. 

13, Beaumont Road, 

West Kensington. 
1884. 1S36 Medallion of a lady. 

DANTON, Antoine Laurent. 

Sculptor. 

18, Leicester Square. 
1834. 1 1 19 Bust of Mr. Dominic Colnaghi. 
1 121 Bust of the late Mr. Paul 
Colnaghi. 

DA POZZO, G See P. 

DARAGON, Laurent Sculptor. 

182, Rue de P Universite, Paris. 
1878. 1513 Une jeune fiUe; bust. 

1529 L'Abbe Testory, Chanoine au 
Chapitre de St. Denis, ancien 
aumonier en chef des Armees 
de Prance; bust. 

DARBISHIRE, Henry Astley. 

Architect. 
1857. 1065 Hackney new chapel. 
1861. 920 MissCoutts'sdrinkingfountain. 
1868. 850 View of the Quadrangle of 
Miss Burdett-Coutts's market 
in Bethnal Green, etc. 
857 do. do. do. 

1870. 748 The Princes Theatre, Man- 
chester — the proscenium 
frieze by H. S. Marks. 
749 The Princes Theatre, Man- 
chester — the coloured de- 
coration by G. Gordon. 

DARBOUR, Miss Margaret M. 

Painter. 

Chateau d' Uzos, 

Uzos, Basses-Pyrenees. 
1904. 775 Mrs. E. B. 



DARBY, Miss Ann Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1813. 775 Foxglove. 
181 7. 791 Barberries. 

DARBYSHIRE, W Painter. 

39, Carnaby Market. 

18 1 3. 203 A terrier's head. 

DARBYSHIRE and SMITH. 

Architects. 

17, Brazenose St., Alanchester. 
1895. 1580 Galtee Castle, co. Cork. 

D'ARCE, Miss C. 

Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1814. 418 Portraits of herself and two 

sisters. 

DARCY, Colonel J. Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
Captain J. D'Arcy, 

Royal Artillery. 
1808. 510 Schiffo Castle, Bay of Gardini, 

Sicily. 
1810. 357 Sandyke Tower, near Campveer, 
island of Walcheren. 

18 16. 202 The road over the Kotil of 

Comarije to Shiraz, shewing 
the route of His Excellency 
Sir Gore Ousley, Bart, and 
the British Mission to the 
Court of Persia in the year 
1811. 

Lieut-Colonel D'Arcy. 

181 7. 939 The ruins of Persepolis by twi- 

light. " Here ... the spider 
holds the veil in the palace 
of Ccesar. The owl stands 
sentinel on the watch tower 
of Afrasiab." 
1830. 237 Makoo, the residence of a 
Koord chief, on the side of 
Mount Ararat, in Armenia. 
This extraordinary cavern is 
1,200 feet wide, 600 high, 
and about the same in depth, 
formed of lime stone on a 
layer of blue lava. From a 
sketch taken on the spot by 
Colonel Monteath, H. E. C. 
Engineers. 

DARCY, Miss Laura Painter. 

9, Augustine Terrace, 

Brook Green. 

1883. 912 Tokens of spring. 

Dexter House, Brook Green. 

1884. 1099 Treasures of spring. 



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1885. 1 175 Harmony. 

1382 The fallen nest. 

1+4.1 "When travelling days are o'er." 

1886. 1143 The road to ruin. 

19, Cromwell Grove, 

West Kensington. 
1889. 13 1 1 "They grew in beauty side by 
side." 

DA ROIS, L Painter. 

c\o T.Joy, Queen Anne Street. 
1884. ioi6 Wandering thoughts. 

DARLEY, William H Painter. 

19, IVeytnout/i Street. 

1836. SS Ideal portrait of Lucretia 

Borgia. 

435 Head of St. John the Baptist 

on a charger. 

113, Rue de Vaiigirard, Farts. 

1849. 439 Christ bearing the cross. 

1850. 675 The five foolish Virgins. "But 

he answered and said, Verily, 
I say unto you, I know you 
not." 

DARLING. See Haines and Darling. 

DARLINGTON, Miss Frances. 

Sculptor. 
Alexandra House, 

Kensington Gore. 
1 90 1. 1 8 14 Confidences; medallion, cop- 
per. 

Burland House, Harrogate. 
1904. 1 76 1 The unforeseen; group. 

DARMESTETER, Madame Arsene. 

Painter. 

I, Grevilh Road, N. W. 
1891. 54 " Le five o'clock." 
1894. 451 Portrait of the artist. 

DARNELL, Miss Dorothy. 

Miniature Painter. 
2 5, Campden House Road, IV. 
1904. 1268 Daphne. 

DARNEY, Miss Lilian D. 

Miniature Painter. 
Park Place, Kinghorn, N.B. 

1891. 1512 Lil. 

Shenvood, Colinton, 

Midlothian. 

1892. 1393 Mother's darling. 
1894. 1297 A portrait. 



DARTIGUENAVE, P Painter. 

9, M'aru'ick St., Golden Square. 
1859. 579 My window. 



DARTINGUENAVE, Victor. 

Miniature Painter. 

14, York St., Covent Garden. 

1841. 286 The smugglers of the Pyrenees. 
316 The two sisters; portraits. 

420 Lawrence's death. 

34, Leicester Square. 

1842. 576 Portrait of a lady. 

199, Piccadilly. 

1843. 806 Portrait of a gentleman. 
984 General Sir Charles Smith. 

1036 Portrait of a brother of the 

artist. 

1844. 736 Viscount Fincastle, infant son 

of the Earl of Dunmore. 

757 Mr. Few. 

904 Lieut.-General Sir Howard 

Douglas, G.C.B. 
974 Portrait of the son of A. Few, 

Esq. 

1037 Earl of Arundel and Surrey. 

1845. 718 The Rev. W. 

758 Captain Sotheby, R.N. 
878 A young midshipman. 
935 A young girl. 

1079 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1846. ioo5f Robert Few, Esq. 

1022 Captain Jesse and his children. 
1078 Portrait of a boy. 

1847. 668 Earl of Arundel and Surrey 

and family. 
987 Mrs. Pigeon. 
1024 Portrait of a Scotch fisherman. 

1848. 980 Portraits of two sisters. 

1849. 981 Mrs. Wyndham Malet. 

1850. 996 My own sister. 
1060 Portrait of a lady. 
1 102 Mr. R. Stapel. 

185 1. 887 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
1 128 Mrs. Hildyard in her 82nd 

year — Charmouth in the dis- 
tance. 
1 147 Mrs. Hind, Norwich. 

12, Ne^i'man Street. 

1852. 840 A gloomy prospect. 
949 Portrait of a lady. 

199, Piccadilly. 

1853. 97 The novel. 

1854. 947 Portrait of a Lifeguard. 

DARVALL, Henry Painter. 

3, Henrietta Street, 

Brunsivick Square. 
1851. 549 "She drew her casement cur- 
tain by, etc." 



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Darvall, Henry — continued. 

1852. 513 The needle woman. "Work! 
Work! Work! till the brain 
begins to swim, etc." 

2 1 , Evers/wlt Street. 

1862. 17+ The Welsh gleaner. 
575 A Welsh interior. 

I, Rocliester Rd., Camden Rd. 

1863. 318 The orange girl. 

24, Westbourne Terrace North. 
1865. 597 The Lychgate. "... look 
abroad and see to what fair 
countries ye are bound." 

6, Grafs Inn Square. 
1869. 682 Holne Moor — evening. 

Venice. 
797 The Campanile of St. Mark's 
— winter evening. 
4138, Riva degli Schiavoiii, 

Venice. 
87+ Ponte del Paradise, Venice. 
1362 The Salute from the Santa 

Croce canal. 
1251 Chioggian fishing boats waiting 
for the tide. 
1889. 1290 After sunset — Venice. 



1875- 



1882. 
1885. 

1887. 



DASHWOOD, R Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1789. 155 Landscape with sheep and 

goats. 
1797. 9 A view of the lesser temple of 
Pcestum in the bay of Saler- 
num, near Naples. 
35 Part of the ruins of the baths 
of Diocletian at Rome. 

DAUBIGNY, Charles Frangois. 

Painter. 

13, Qitai d'Anjou, Paris. 

1866. 150 Moonrise. 

62, Shane Street. 

1867. 205 Thames at Woolwich. 

1869. 158 Un paysage sur les bords 

de rOise; soleil couchant. 
74, Boulevard de C/ichy, Paris. 

1870. 101 1 On the banks of the Oise. 

DAUBRAWA, H. de. See De. 

DAUGARS, Madame. 

Miniature Painter. 

30, St. John's Wood Park. 
1879. 1301 Cornelie. 

DAVENPORT, Hayward M. 

Painter. 

The Cheal, Tjoickenham. 
1898. 1202 Against tide. 



1 90 1. 1233 An old corner in Hampton 

Court Palace. 
1904. 9S2 Oak and steel. 

DAVEY, Edward O Painter. 

40, Wellesley Road, Croydon. 

1 90 1. 1 178 On the terrace. 

1902. 328 The lark. 
1904. 584 Summertime. 

DAVEY, R Architect. 

27, Ovingtoji Square. 
1877. 1 130 Design for a dining room. 

DAVEY, William T Engraver. 

3, Riverside Terrace, 

Long Ditton. 
1859. 121 1 The charity of Dorcas. After 
W. C. T. Dobson. 
1229 Heartsease. After C. Baxter. 
i860. 907 Norah. do. 

926 Little Red Riding Hood. 

After C. Baxter. 
932 Lilies. After C. Baxter. 

1 86 1. 977 Summer time. After A. John- 

ston. 

1862. 93+ The last sleep of Argyle. After 

E. M. Ward, R.A. 

1863. 1009 The execution of Montrose. 

After E. M. Ward, R.A. 

173, Marylebone Road. 
1865. 851 Evening. After W. C. T. Dob- 
son, A.R.A. 
853 Morning. After W. C. T. Dob- 
son, A.R.A. 
I, Denftiark Villas, Acton. 
1882. 1264 Apple dumplings. After G. D. 
Leslie, R.A. 
1274 "Inkerman." After Elizabeth 
Butler. 
1884. 1427 "Charity begins at home." 
After C. B. Barber. 



DAVID, F. M Sculptor. 

St. James's Club, Montreal, 

Canada. 
1 89 1. 2015 Bust; bronze. 

DAVID, L Engraver. 

24, Jouberfs Mansions, 

Jubilee Place, Chelsea. 
1894. 1480 Girl with an apple. After 
Greuze. 
1484 The mermaid. After J. W. 
Waterhouse, A.R.A. 
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DAVID, Pierre Jean Sculptor. 

(Member of the French Institute.) 
1829. 1180 Marble bust of Jeremy Ben- 
tham. 

DAVID, S Painter. 

4, Suffolk Street, Mile End. 
1846. 502 FHght into Egypt. 

DAVIDSON, Alexander Painter. 

93, Ar?nfiehi Street, Glasgow. 
1873. 392 Highland cookery. 

65, IVest Regent Street, 

Glasgow. 

1876. 298 Harvest time — Glenlochay, 

Perthshire. 

1877. S20 Past use. 

6, West Hegciit Street, 

Glasgow. 
1886. 1 119 Scarinish Harbour, Isle of 
Tiree. 

DAVIDSON, Allan D Painter. 

43, Gloucester Road, 

Regent's Park. 
1898. 766 Friendly relations. 

5, West Hainpstead Studios, 

S/ierriff Road. 

1 90 1. 645 A herald of spring. 

1902. 651 The Vicar's daughter. 

34, Litlios Road, 

Finchley Road. 
1904. 322 The black hat. 

811 The nut-brown maid. "Ye 
must do more, dear heart, 
etc." 

DAVIDSON, Andrew Sculptor. 

Itiverness. 

1878. 1433 Master James Augustus Grant; 

medallion, marble. 

1879. 1500 Portrait of a lady; bust, 

marble. 
1 88 1. 1 52 1 Portrait of a lady; medallion, 
marble. 

DAVIDSON, Charles, R. W.S. 

Painter. 

20, Gloucester Street, 

Regent's Park. 

1844. 99S Near Reading. 

1845. 1183 Landscape. 

1846. 824 Bolton Abbey on the river 

Wharfe. 

Redhill, Reigate. 
1854. 307 Walmer Church: Sunshine 
after Rain. 



DAVIDSON, Charles Topham. 

Painter. 

The Laurels, Redhill. 
1872. 1040 Moonlight at sea. 

7 1 , Gloucester Road, 

Regent's Park. 
1876. 679 At the back of the old mill, 
Tintagel, Cornwall. 

23, Guilford Street. 
1878. 749 The Land's End, Cornwall. 

1883. 937 The evening gun. 

Trevena, Falmouth. 

1884. 704 The first snow on the moun- 

tains: Llyn Helsi, North 

Wales. 

65, Westbourne Park Villas. 

1886. 1202 A Welsh lake — moonlight. 

Trevena, Falmouth. 

1887. 1270 Driving home the Ducks. 

1889. 337 Entrance to Falmouth Docks. 

1890. 1347 Carting seaweed. 

1891. 873 A summer's day — Cornwall. 
1362 Getting ready the pilchard 

boats. 

14, St. Alban's Road. 

1893. 1 149 A Cornish fishing village. 

5, Holtham Road, Abbey Rd. 

1894. 968 A cliff path — Cornish coast. 

Vicarage Road, King's Larigley. 
1896. 1055 The Land's End, Cornwall. 

King's Langley, Herts. 
I go I. 1095 The entrance to Fowey Har- 
bour — moonlight. 
1902. 934 A Cornish Common. 

DAVIDSON, George Painter. 

193, Union Street, Aberdeen. 
1904. 48 To Invergordon. 

DAVIDSON, Miss Jessie Y. 

Painter. 

48, Castle Street, Liverpool. 

1892. 949 In the shade. 

DAVIDSON, Thomas Painter. 

14, St. George's Place, 

Hyde Park. 
1863. 118 A pirate. 

485 The old church — Bonchurch, 
Isle of Wight. 

1868. 202 Olivia. 

408 On Guard. 

21, Fitzroy Street. 

1869. 3 "Drink to me only with thine 

eyes, etc." 
296 Sad memories. 

39, Fitzroy Square. 

1871. 371 Hawking. 

1872. 594 The governess: dessert time. 
987 An introduction. 



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Davidson, Thomas — continued. 



1874. 
1875- 



• 79 
98+ 



"33 
845 



1876. 



888 
1301 
1330 



582 



1873. 179 First love. 

Riding to the Tournament. 
" All in gay confusion went, 
etc." 
192, Alexandra Road, 

Si. John's Wood. 
Dead leaves. 

A famous sword. "And this 
stout blade did my brave 
ancestor wield, etc." 
Delicious solitude. 
Despatches. 
■ Forget me not ! " 
82, Park Road, 

Haverstock Hill. 
1S5 The sea gives up its dead. 
643 Divided. " So narrow, in sooth, 

that still together, etc." 
580 "Tempus fugit." "In child- 
hood's happy sunny days, 
etc." 
354 Pledge of Love. 
498 An affair of honour. 
306 East London Hospital for 
Children, Shadwell. " A star 
in the east." 
735 A passing thought. 
203 The Geneva cross. 

The Romans in Britain : Aulus 
Plautus and Vespasian re- 
duce South Britain, a.d. 47. 
Captive Britons in Rome. 
6, Nethtrhall Gardens, 

South Hampstead. 
1894. 418 Trafalgar. "While they were 
carrying Nelson down, he 
desired that the tiller-ropes, 
which had been shot away, 
should be rove immediately, 
and that he might not be 
seen by the crew he took 
out his handkerchief to 
cover his face and his 
stars." 
Yetholm, Greencroft Gardens, 
West Hampstead. 
SU Nelson at the battle of Copen- 
hagen. "After the four 
days' fight . . . Nelson went 
to the stern gallery and 
wrote the famous letter to 
the Crown Prince. A wafer 
was given to him, but he 
ordered a candle to be 
brought and sealed the 
letter." 
457 The evening before the Battle 
of Copenhagen. " Nelson 
sat down to table with 



1877. 
1878. 

1879. 



1880. 



1881. 



1882. 
1883. 

1887. 



1891. 



1897. 



1898. 



Admiral Graves, second in 
command, and Captains 
Foley, Hardy, Fremantle, 
Riou, Inman, Col. Stewart, 
and a few others; Nelson 
drank to the success of the 
ensuing day." — Mahan. 

1899. 944 Burial of Admiral Drake. 

" Next day Sir Thomas Bas- 
kerville bore the Admiral's 
body in a leaden coflfin a 
league from shore, and there 
amidst a lament of trumpets 
and the thunder of the guns, 
the sea received her own 
again. " — Corbett. 

51, Broadhiirst Gardens. 

1903. 584 The Rector. 

DAVIDSON, Walter R. ... Architect. 

28, Victoria Street. 

1900. 1682 Proposed house in the north 

of Scotland. 

DAVIE, W. Galsworthy... Architect. 

3, South Street, 

Thurloe Square. 
1872. 1155 Design for a building to accom- 
modate the learned societies. 
21, King William St., Strand. 
1876. 1090 House on West Brighton es- 
tate. 

5, Pembroke Gardens. 
1879. 1130 House,Third Avenue, Brighton. 

DAVIEL, Leon Painter. 

45, JVharton Street. 
1893. 1455 Miss Julia Neilson as Hypatia. 

DAVIES, C Painter. 

1S45. 387 The village favourite. 

{C. Davis in catalogue.) 

DAVIES, Miss C Painter. 

28, Great Western Terrace, 

Paddington. 
i860. 369 Going to market — Antwerp. 
1862. 165 The favourite. 

DAVIES, David Painter. 

Leland, Cornwall. 
1899. 201 A Cornish sea. 

341 The harbour bar. 
1902. 34 Off the Cornish coast. 

1904. 672 Autumn. 

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DAVIES, Edgar W Sculptor. 

Fallowfield, Manchester. 
1893. 1616 Conflict. Panel for a frieze 
illustrating the story of a 
man's life. 

DAVIES, Edward Painter. 

106, Clips/one St., Leicester. 

1880. 743 In Bradgate Park, Leicester- 

shire. 

1881. 7S5 Willows. 

7S9 Near Arthog Bay, North Wales. 
851 An old shed. 

II, Diseivorth St., Leicester. 

1882. io6+ Elder blossom. 

10, Rutland Avenue, Leicester. 
1884. 952 A turnip field. 

995 In the wood. 
18S5. 1199 May-time. 

1423 Hoeing cabbages. 

1888. 1214 Rabbiting. 

1473 Winter and rough weather. 

1889. 1473 Near Dolgelly. 

34, Branestone Gate, Leicester. 

1890. 1 20 1 A Welsh stream, near Cader 

Idris. 

1 89 1. 977 A stream from Cader Idris, 

North Wales. 

1892. 106 A Welsh stream after rain. 

1893. 952 Spring time. 

1894. 1 191 Spring time. 

1897. 946 In the Western Highlands, 

Kyle Akin, Skye. 
1899. 269 In Charnwood Forest. 
1901. 18 do. do. 

131, Narborough Rd., Leicester. 

1903. 24 An old Monmouthshire canal, 

near Abergavenny. 

1904. 23S Summer time. 

DAVIES, Miss Ethel Painter. 

29, Trafford Chambers, 

Liverpool. 
1899. 1 171 Betty. 
1903. 911 Chums. 

DAVIES, E. M.... Miniature Painter. 

1S40. 843 Portrait. 
673 do. 
685 do. 
863 do. 

DAVIES, G Painter. 

1 6, King Street, St. Luke's. 
1827. 732 Fruit. 

DAVIES, J Architect. 

Mare Street, Llachiey. 
18 19. 1025 Design for a country seat. 
1 103 do. market. 

II. 



1825. 



1832. 

1833- 
1834. 



1836. 
1837- 

1840. 
1853- 



10, Warnford Court. 
900 New dissenting college at 
Highbury Park. 

Devonshire Place. 
977 View of the Maison Carrde at 

Nismes. 
1052 Chapel of ease at Winchmore 

Hill. 
963 Design for Fishmongers' Hall. 
1040 do. do. 

1 105 Stockwell grammar school. 
922 Cookham Grove, Berks, 

W. H. Fleming, Esq. 
931 Bossington, Hants, for J. 

Elwes, Esq. 
1013 St. Swithin's Lane, for N. 

Rothschild, Esq. 
105 1 Ark of new synagogue. Great 

St. Helens. 
1089 Marine Insurance Company, 
Cornhill. 
Restoration of Front of Crosby 
Hall, E.C. 

33, Great St. Lie lens. 
Rectory House, St. Martin 
Orgar, Martin's Lane, E.C. 



for 



M. 



M. 



972 



1132 



DAVIES, J. A Architect. 

36, Great Orrnond Street. 
1842. 1125 Design for a parish church. 

DAVIES, James H Painter. 

2, Essex Street, Manchester. 

1873. 15 Calm evening — Pont Aven. 

1874. 560 The wild ducks' haunt. 

991 On the Lake Silgan, Dale- 
carlia, Sweden. 

1875. 302 Allington Mill. 
553 Old mill wheel. 

1876. 918 " Under the opening eyelids of 

the morn." 
1279 On the Artro. 
1286 Sunny afternoon. 

1877. 297 Coote's home. 

1882. 2 AUington Mill, Nithsdale, 
Dumfries. 
26, Brazennose St., Manchester. 

1887. 282 January. 

1888. 543 A thistle-cutter. 

1889. 60 A bit of Nature's garden. 
1892. 284 Haymaking. 

DAVIES, Miss Minnie M. 

Miniature Painter. 
48, Princes Road, Kilburn. 

1889. 1626 My mother. 

1631 Portrait of a lady. 
I, Sterling Alans ions, 

Havipstead. 

1890. 1528 Portrait of a girl. 

LL 



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DAVIES, Norman Prescott. 

Miniature Painter. 

Eversky House, Is/eicorth. 

1880. 1402 Katie. 
1405 Maud. 

1881. 1295 Nina, daughter of Dr. E. S. 

Willett; on ivory. 

1883. 1310 Miss Beatrice Kell; on ivory. 

1884. 1506 " Maiden quaint of a long past 

day, Marjorie Gray ! " 

1885. 1534 Little Reggie. 
1887. 1327 Miss Bond. 

12, Chakot Gardens. 

1890. 1472 "Maiden fair of the days that 

were." 

1891. 1499 Violet. 

1S93. 287 Night guarding the repose of 
the day. 
743 Carme. 



DAVIES, Captain R Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

By Captain Davies of the R. 
Regiment of Artillery. 
1771. 251 A flower piece of wild plants 
collected in America. 

252 A ditto of the horn plant 

of Detroit with a large 
moth. 

253 A ditto of the creeping cereus 

with a fly. 

1773- 34' A view near Springfield in New 
England. 
342 Two flower pieces, the quashey 
and cyclamen. 

1774. 33S A representation of the en- 
campment at Lake George, 
in North America, under 
the command of Sir Jeffery 
Amherst in the year 1769. 
339 Two small flower pieces. 

1775- 359 A view of the new fortresses of 
Crown Point with the army 
encamped there in the year 

1759- 
360 Two small drawings of figs and 
insects. 

1776. 336 A view of the market place at 

Dieppe, with part of St. 
James's Church. 

1777. 412 Two views of the bridge of 

boats in Normandy. 

1778. 370 Banditti; stained drawing. 
371 View from nature; do. 

(The last four are described as by Mr. 
Davis.) 
'793- 59S Sketch at Madeira. 
1794- 377 A Malay Prow: a scene in the 
Straits of Malacca. 



1798. 424 View near Newcastle upon 

Tyne. 

1799. 893 do. do. do. 
1806. 335 A sketch from nature. 

DAVIES, W Painter. 

2, Pickerings Place. 

St. James's Street. 

1 818. 790 Flowers. 

Shraasbury. 

1819. 701 Game and poultry. 
861 Poultry. 

873 Game and poultry. 

976 A larder. 

1S20. 573 The larder. 

807 Severn fish. 

1824. 846 Cupid and Psyche. 

DAVIES, William H Painter. 

47, Great Russell Street. 

1832. 56 Devotion. 

190 Roman Carrettiere. 

234 Old man's head ; a study. 

1833. 1012 Portrait of a lady. 

24, Welbeck Street. 
1838. 580 Frame containing four shell 
cameos in the Roman style ; 
portrait of Her Majesty the 
Queen, His late Majesty 
William IV, Dido after 
the antique, and a portrait 
of a lady. 



DAVIES, W.J. 

1903 



Architect. 

Tlwrnfon Dene, Sidcup. 
513 Design for a house at Cudham. 



D'AVIGDOR, Miss Estelle. 

Miniature Painter. 

35, La7icaster Gate. 
1890. 89 Snakes. 
560 Defeated. 

66, Princes Square, W. 

1895. 457 Quiet lilac. 

1 1 , Robert Street, 

Albajty Street. 

1896. 1299 Mrs. Ernest Franklin. 
1313 George A. Crawley, Esq. 
1344 Mrs. Arthur Lucas. 

DAVIS, Arthur H Painter. 

32, Cranbou}-ne Street. 
1872. 1 01 7 A peep at Saltash, Cornwall. 

DAVIS, Miss Celia Painter. 

4, St. Helen's Square, York. 
1889. 511 Silver and gold. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



259 



DAVIS, Charles Edward, F.S.A. 

Architect. 
55, Pultney Street, Bath. 
1865. 776 Bath Forum House, etc. 

DAVIS, Charles H Painter. 

6, Endcll Street. 
1 89 1. 466 The passing day. 
471 Spring time. 
684 The shepherd's ground. 
1074 The approach of night. 

DAVIS, D Architect. 

Blooindmry Square. 
1S09. 808 Birdseye view of a design for 
the rebuilding Covent 
Garden Market with the 
Piazza restored agreeably to 
the original intention of 
Inigo Jones. 

DAVIS, David Sculptor. 

208, Elision Road. 

1863. 1089 Portrait of a child. 

1864. 893 Alexander. "The princes ap- 

plaud with a furious Joy and 
the King seized a flambeau 
with zeal to destroy." 

1865. 914 Elaine. "Leaving her house- 

hold and good father, 
climbed, etc." 

I o. Garden Villas, N. W. 
1867. 1077 A portrait statuette, posthum- 
ous. 

57, Mansfield Road. 
1877. 1416 Miss Hannah Smith; marble 

medallion. 
1879. 1452 Geo. H. Powell, Esq.; relief, 
marble. 
1453 Mrs. G. H. Powell; relief, 
marble. 

1 6, Mansfield Road. 

1881. 1446 Portrait of a child. 

1520 The Rev. R. H. Smith; bust. 

1882. 1649 The late John G. Griffin, F.C.S.; 

bust, marble. 
1887. 1832 The late Mrs. G. H. Powell. 
1873 Daisy; bust, terra-cotta. 
1936 The late Mrs. Joseph King: 

high-relief, terra-cotta. 

DAVIS, Edward Architect. 

Bath. 
1828. 1130 Houses now building at Entry 

hill, Bath, etc. 
1832. 1019 Design for Villa near Bath. 
1838. 1067 Tiverton House, Bath; for 
Charles Wilkins, Esq. 
1202 Barcombe, S. Devon; for N. 
H. Nugent, Esq. 



1838. 1241 Barcombe, S. Devon; for N. 
H. Nugent, Esq. 

1844. 1 147 Marston church, Somerset- 
shire; for Hon. and Rev. R. 
C. Boyle. 

DAVIS, Edward Sculptor. 

4, Fiizroy Street. 

1834. 1031 Bust of the late Mr. Thelwall. 
1097 do. Professor Davis, M.D. 

1835. '°54 ■'^^s' of the Rev. Dr. Moore. 
1069 do. E. W. Scadding, Esq. 
1076 Bust in marble of Dr. Fellowes. 
1083 do. of Miss Bingham. 

1 103 Dr. Davis; bust in marble. 

1836. 1073 Bust of Charles Kemble, Esq. 
1 103 Marble bust of William Tooke, 

Esq., M.P. 
1113 Marble bust of Mrs. Farquhar 
Eraser. 

1837. 1228 Bust of John Wichelo, Esq. 
1229 do. Frederick Say, Esq. 
1232 do. Henry Blagrove, Esq. 

1838. 1308 Bust in marble of the Hon. 

Mrs. Leicester Stanhope. 

1310 Bust in marble of David Salo- 
mons, Esq. 

13 12 Bust of J. G. Middleton, Esq. 
17, Russell Place. 

1839. 1343 A terminal bust in marble of 

Benjamin Nislake, Esq., etc., 
for the pavilion of the Mary- 
lebone Cricket Club. 

1361 Bust in marble of Joshua May- 
hew, Esq. 

1365 Bust in marble of Lord Ossul- 
ston, M.P. 

1840. 1077 Bust of D. Maclise, Esq., R.A. 
1094 A relievo : the affrighted 

mother. 
1097 Bust of W. C. Macready, Esq. 
1 141 Marble bust of Master R. Kin- 

dersley. 

1 84 1. 1334 Bust of the Rev. J. G. Ward, 

rector of St. James's, Picca- 
dilly. 
1339 Bust of Mrs. Parnell. 

1842. 1330 Francis Grant, Esq. 

1378 William R. Collett, Esq., M.P. 
for Lincoln. 

1843. 1386 Marble bust of H.R.H. the 

Duchess of Kent, executed 

for Her Majesty, to be placed 

in the corridor at Windsor 

Castle. 
1453 Posthumous bust in marble of 

the late Sir Francis Doyle, 

Bart. 
1516 Bust in marble of the Earl of 

Tyrconnel. 



26o 

Davis, 

1844. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



184s 
1846 



Edward — continued. 
1290 The model of the statue of 

Law for the new Assize 

Courts in Cambridge. 
1355 Marble bust of the Bishop of 

Ripon. {Charles Thomas 

Longley.) 
1410 Bust of Thomas Hood, Esq. 



1+49 
1452 

i;i8 



do. Baron Alderson. 
do. W. Sharman Crawford, 
Esq., M.P. for Rochdale. 
Relievo in marble: the Ma- 
donna. 

1847. 134S Bust of Barclay F. Watson, 

Esq. 

1363 Bust in marble of John Giffard 
Ward, M.A , Dean of Lin- 
coln, presented by par- 
ishioners of St. James's, 
Piccadilly. 

13S0 Bust in marble of Lieut. -Col. 
the Hon. G. Rice Trevor, 
M.P. for Caermarthen. 

1848. 1430 Marble bust of Mrs. Huxley. 

1849. 121 1 A group of Venus and Cupid. 
1224 The statue of General Nott to 

be cast in bronze, and erected 
in Caermarthen. 

1258 Marble bust of Mrs. Pemberton 
Heywood. 

1290 Marble bust of Sir John Jervis, 
Her Majesty's Attorney- 
General. 

1341 The monument to the memory 
of Bishop Davies of St. 
David's, the first translator 
of the Testament into Welch, 
in the reign of Elizabeth, for 
Abergwili Church, near Caer- 
marthen. 

1850. 13S0 Marble bust of the Duke of 

Rutland. 
1449 Bust of F. C. Skey, Esq., 
F.R.S., surgeon to St. Bar- 
tholomew's Hospital. 
1455 The Madonna and Child; alto 
relievo in marble. 
Bust of Miss Juliet Smith. 

do. Dr. Blair. 
Relievo: Diana and En- 

dymion. 
Statuette of the Duke of Rut- 
land. 
1336 Model of a portion of a monu- 
ment, executed in marble, 
to the memory of the late 
Col. Delap. 
1380 Bust of Mrs. J. Sant. 
1383 do. John Hardy, Esq. 
1854. 1393 Relievo; instruction. 



1851. 
1852. 

1853- 



1314 
1340 
1358 

1365 



i860. 



1854. 143 1 Bust of the late William Sant, 

Esq. 

1855. 1328 A cottage scene. 

143 1 The Virgin and Saviour; alto 

relievo in marble. 
1459 Bust of Robert Maken, Esq. 

1856. 1256 Rebekah. 

1302 William Stuart, Esq.; model 
for bronze bust for Great 
Howard Street, Liverpool. 

1349 George Lance, Esq. 

1857. 1235 Portion of monument to late 

Lieut. Benyon. 
1315 Mary, daughter of J. Sant, Esq. 

1337 The late Mr. Guthrie; post- 

humous bust, marble. 

1338 William Rathbone, Esq.; mar- 

ble bust for St. George's 
Hall, Liverpool. 

1858. 1 2 14 Indian figure. 

1224 Cupid caught flying; group. 
1291 Major Levison. 
1330 Madonna and Child; relievo 
in marble. 

1859. 1 351 Marian, daughter of Dr. J. 

Hall Davis. 
Miss Hamilton; posthumous 

bust. 
Mrs. Magniac ; posthumous 

marble bust. 
— Edgar, Esq. ; marble. 
The late Dean of Lincoln. 

{John Giffard Ward^ 
106; William Peek, Esq.; marble. 

1 86 1. 1084 The Bishop of St. David's. 

{Connop Thirlwali.) 

1862. 1075 Dr. E. A. Parkes; marble bust 

for University College, Lon- 
don. 

Marble bust of a lady; post- 
humous. 

The late Sir James Dalrymple 
Hay, Bart.; posthumous. 
152 Captain Fowke, R.E. 
906 Mrs. Fred D. Mocatta. 

" Lily-bud " : Lilian Wyndham, 
daughter of Herbert Barnard, 
Esq. ; marble statue. 

St. John; statue to be exe- 
cuted in marble. 

1865. 963 Madonna and child; alto re- 

lievo. 
Mrs. Sant. 
Mrs. Mocatta; marble. 

1866. 8i;6 Andromeda. 
The widow; a monumental 

sketch. 
983 Bust of an old gentleman. 
1004 Colonel Leveson. 
1020 Mr. Watson. 



1368 



971 



987 
1023 



1863. 
1864. 



1091 



1099 



919 



1003 



974 

1034 

856 

931 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



261 



1867. 
1868. 



1869. 

1870. 
1871. 

1873- 
1874. 

1875- 
1876. 





1383 


1877. 


1510 


DAVIS 


, F 


1854. 


422 




595 


1856. 


490 




606 


1857- 


1152 


1858. 


103 




^55 


1859. 


163 




403 




616 


i860. 


103 




193 


1861. 


579 



15, Fitzroy Street. 
012 Love triumphant. 
154 Sir Samuel Canning. 
023 Master Jemmy, son of J. Sant, 

Esq., A.R.A. 
133 — Newbon, Esq.; posthumous 

marble. 
139 Field-Marshal Sir John Bur- 

goyne, Bart., G.C.B. 
146 Sir W. Jenner, Bart., F.R.S., 

physician in ordinary to the 

Queen. 
197 Bust of a lady. 
156 The late R. D. Hampden, 

Bishop of Hereford ; marble, 

posthumous. 
179 Forbes Winslow, M.D.; mar- 
ble. 
132 Nymph and cupid; marble. 
187 Dr. Quain ; marble. 
259 Sir Francis Ronalds, F.R.S. ; 

marble. 
305 Daniel Maclise, R.A. ; marble. 

For the Council Room, 

Royal Academv. 

424 Dr. Williams, F.R.S. 

425 J. Norman Lockyer, Esq., 

F.R.S. 

547 Miss Hayes; marble. 

5+9 The late John Constable, R. A.; 
marble. 

239 The swing; alto relievo. 

317 Cupid and Psyche; marble. 

358 The Rt. Rev. Connop Thirl- 
wall, late Bishop of St. 
David's, Professor of An- 
cient History to the Royal 
Academy; marble bust. For 
Westminster Abbey. 
Miss Collmann; marble bust. 
Bust of a lady. 



Painter. 

22, Foregate Street, Worcester. 
Meditation. 
Parting Words. 

South Cottage, Worcester. 
A drink at the pump. 
Le tete a tete. 

Northwick, near Worcester. 
Buying a dress. 
Learning by heart. 
Granny's spectacles. 
The evening lesson. 
Doing crochet work. 
A lane scene with figures. 
Girls, frightened by a dog. 
Telling a tale. 
An intrusion. 
Words of peace. 



1 86 1. 627 Fisher boy. 

628 Girl at a stream. 
1864. i;ii Mother losing. 

1 866. 117 On the way to school. 

1867. 365 The peg top. 

DAVIS, Mrs. E Painter. 

104, St. Mary's Street, 

Weymouth. 

1855. 716 Grapes. 

1856. 660 Arbutus. 

DAVIS, Miss Ethel H Painter. 

7, Pembridge Crescent. 
1897. 926 A warning. 

DAVIS, Frederick Painter. 

44, Cranbourne Street. 
1867. 455 The noonday meal. 

28, Wellington Road, 

Kentish Tcmm. 
1871. 686 The Devil's Glen, Wicklow, 
Ireland. 
28, Weedington Road, 

Kentish Toivn. 
1882. 892 The Devil's Punch bowl. 

28, Bardolph Road, Holloway. 
1890. 1260 Milford Heath. 
1892. 1135 Off Dover. 

DAVIS, H Miniature Painter. 

24, St. Alary Axe. 
1832. 782 Miss M. A. Jarrett. 
839 Mr. J. Jenkins. 

DAVIS, Herbert Engraver. 

1859. 1191 Lord Lucan. After F. Grant, 
R.A. 

DAVIS, Henry William Banks, R.A. 
Painter and Sculptor. 

40, Howla7id Street. 

1852. 1465 Bust of Charles Salaman, Esq. 

1491 Medallion portrait of the late 

Basil Montagu, Esq. 

41, Upper Charlotte Street. 

1854. 130 Towards evening in the forest. 
845 Green summer time. 

1429 Flora (sculpture). 

1855. 20 A forest lake. 
105 1 A marly lane. 

1856. 441 Early summer — souvenir of 

Windsor. 

4, Kildare Gardens. 

1857. 142 The Druid's circle, St. John's 

Vale, Cumberland. 
52, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1859. 541 Twilight near Boulogne sur 
mer. 



262 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Davis, Henry William Banks, R.A.— 
continued. 

Chateau de la Co/onne, 

Boulogne sur Mer. 

1 86 1. 484 Rough pastorage— Pas de Cal- 

ais. 

1862. 568 Midsummer — Vallee de la 

Cluse, near Boulogne. 

1863. 120 On the French coast. 
279 Amblcteuse Bay. 

685 Twilight — Vallee de la Cluse, 
near Boulogne. 

1864. 417 Thunder clouds clearing away 

— Vallee de la Liane, from 
St. Etienne du Mont Artois. 

1865. 560 The strayed herd — Dunes de 

Condette, Artois. 

I, Langham Chambers. 

1866. 415 Spring Ploughing — Artois. 

loa, Cimiiingham Place. 

1867. 536 Moonrise. 

1868. 377 Neglected. 

524 A summer forenoon. 
630 I^ost and found. 

1869. 243 "Now fades the glimmering 

landscape on the sight." 
301 Dry sand. 
362 A squall from the sea — Mont 

St. Frieleux, Picardy. 
907 Evening. 

1870. 41 Midsummer twilight. 

141 Afternoon — Foret d'Hardelot. 
227 Dewy eve. 
401 After sunset. 

1871. 458 Lengthening shadows. 

562 The Praetorium at Neufchatel, 
Pas de Calais — approaching 
nightr 
1051 Moonrise. 

1872. 124 A panic. 

1409 Trotting Bull (bronze). 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
Do. and St. Etienne, Boulogne. 

1873. 453 Summer afternoon. 
950 Twilight. 

1874. 270 A French lane. 

596 The end of the day. 
606 In Picardy. 

18, St. John's Wood Road. 

1876. 168 Early summer. 
506 A spring morning. 
550 The rustling leaves. 

557 Mares and foals — Picardy. 

1877. 84 After sundown. 
196 Reconnoitring. 
591 Contentment. 

1383 The approach of night. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1878. 134 Midday shelter. 

147 Afternoon on the cliffs. 



1878. 


'75 




6.5 


1879. 


'33 




225 




6.5 




935 




'399 


1880. 


65 



255 



I8SI. 


137 




263 




I4I6 


1882. 


'45 




376 




1457 




1463 


1883. 


279 




398 




702 


IS84. 


53 




2S6 


1885. 


5 




282 




874 




891 


1886. 


204 




421 


IS87. 


J53 




23' 


1888. 


"4 



1889. 

1890. 

I89I. 
1892. 



55 
223 
256 

435 



242 
7S0 

'5 

184 



395 
54 
191 
665 
671 
'939 



Evening light. 

" The lowing herd winds slowly 
o'er the lea." 

Cutting forage on the French 
coast. 

A midsummer night. 

Wanderers. 

Picardy sheep. 

Cloud and sunshine. 

Family affection. 

Returning to the fold. Fur- 
chased for the Chantrey Be- 
quest. 

" Mother and son." 

Noon. 

The Evening star. 

In Ross-shire. 

Sea and land waves. 

Broken weather in the High- 
lands. 

Showers in June. 

Gathering the flock. 

Ben Eay. 

At Kinlochewe. 

Old mill on the French coast. 
(Commenced i860.) 

On the hill side: clearing after 
rain. 

Summer twihght. 

On the cliffs. 

Lost sheep. 

" Done work." 

A flood on the Wye, subsiding. 

Fording. 

Summer. 

" Now came still evening on." 

Approach to the Bealloch-na- 
ba, Applecross. 

The way to the Sanctuary: on 
the Crossein, Ross-shire. 

Overlooking the Loch. 

Strathglass, Inverness. 

On the low ground. 

On the banks of the Liane, 
Picardy. 

A placid morning on the Wye. 

The Picardy Dunes. 

A ford on the \Vye. 

Early summer. 

The Skye hills from Apple- 
cross. 

A gleamy day, Picardy. 

West Highlanders. 

Trespassing. 

Spring time. 

Summer time. 

The shadow of evening. 

The Rev. Canon Bell, Master 
of Marlborough College j 
medallion, bronze. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



263 



1893. 


95 




103 




164 




205 




537 


1894. 


26 




I+O 




2+4 




324 


1895. 


76 




263 




308 


1896. 


21 + 


1897. 


240 




602 


1898. 


16 




221 




387 


1899. 


63 




123 




189 




734 




949 


1900. 


16 




122 




227 



Glaslyn Rhayader, Radnor. 
At St. Etienne, Pas-de-Calais. 
Elder bush. 
Evening. 

An orchard in Picardy. 
Loch Maree. 
April afternoon. 
" Al fresco." 
Sunshine after rain. 
The first breath of autumn. 
April: forenoon in the Con- 

dette Dunes. 
The close of day. 
In April. 

An orchard in Wales. 
Flow'ry May. "Woods and 

groves are of thy dressing, 

etc." 
Banks of the Upper Wye. 
A June evening. 
On the Upper Wye. 
"Under the greenwood tree." 
Approaching night. 
Going home. 

Cerig-Gwynnion on the Wye. 
On the French coast. 
In Radnorshire: Wye banks. 
After sunset. 
The gloaming. 
Twilight grey. "And twilight 

grey, had in her sober liv'ry 

all things clad." 
" East of the sun and west of 

the moon." 
Moonrise. 
Evening. 

The nearest way home. 
Early summer. 
Autumn evening. 
Chartley. 

Apple blossom : Upper Wye. 
British wild cattle. 
Souvenir of the French coast. 
The Surrey hills. 
Thorn trees on a Breconshire 

Hill-side. 
The waning year. 
Mares of the Boulonnais. 



DAVIS, J Miniature Painter. 

26, High Holborn. 
772 Portrait of himself. 

291, High Holborn. 
921 Portrait of a gentleman. 
763 do. child. 

651 do. gentleman. 

716 do. lady. 

I, Brydges Street, 

Coveni Garden. 
802 Portraits of two gentlemen. 



816 





933 


I90I. 


127 




162 




646 


1902. 


68 




196 


1903. 


74 




149 




229 


1904. 


60 




180 




254 




420 



1799. 

1800. 

I80I. 
1802. 



1804. 



1805. 292 lago. 

2, Gray's Inn Terrace. 

1808. 216 Portrait of a gentleman. 

54, Newman Street. 

1809. 2 A. Hewlings, Esq. 
136 Head of a student. 

I, Latnli's Conduit Street. 
1812. 138 Portrait of a gentleman. 

DAVIS, J. Barnard Painter. 

14, Eresby Road, Kilburn. 
1893. 773 Cornfield; grey effect. 
8, Catkigh Road, 

IVest Hampstead. 
1898. 1244 In the meadows. 

1487 Unexpected visitors. 
1900. 563 A summer morning. 

52, Wincliesier Avenue, 

Brondesbury. 

1903. 13S4 Seeking situations. 

1904. 458 Mrs. H. H. Lloyd. 

DAVIS, John J Painter. 

108, Gordon Road, Peckham. 
1883. 582 Near Bonchurch. 



DAVIS, J. M 



1810. 



622 
642 
657 

668 



1811. 557 

(An 

1812. 554 
658 

1S13. 447 

494 
1814. 428 

1817. 697 
722 
780 



803 
804 
836 
703 
707 
733 
872 
919 
967 

719 
761 
762 
796 



1819. 



1820. 



Painter. 

33, Gerrard Street. 
G. R. Nuttal, Esq. 
J. R. Bowen, Esq. 
Misses M. and J. Macleod. 
Mr. J. Davis. 
10, North Crescent, 

Bedford Square. 
Portraits of J. Davis, Esq., and 

a lady. 
Honorary Exhibitor.) 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. lady. 
J. Simpson, Esq. 
Portrait of a lady. 
J. Reynolds, Esq. 
61, Upper Thorn kaugh Street. 
Miss Sedgwick. 
G. Squibb, Esq. 
Portraits of W. Goodwin and 

H. Ball, Esquires. 
J. Burchell, Esq. 
F. Squibb, Esq. 
J. Reynolds, Esq. 
J. Simpson, Esq. 
W. Squibb, Esq. 
C. Scott, Esq. 
Mrs. J. Simpson. 
Mrs. Scott. 
Miss Scott. 
Mrs. J. Reynolds. 
Mrs. Steward. 
Mr. Steward. 
Portrait of a lady. 



i64 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



. — contitiued. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Miss Keantish. 

Portrait of a lady. 

T. Manning, Esq. 

Lieut. J. Davis, R.M. 

Mr. E. Squibb. 

H. B. Smith, Esq. 

6i, Charlotte Street. 

F. Smith, Esq. 

— Pyne, Esq. 

31, Upper Gower Street. 

U. B. Smith, Esq. 

Mrs. Ranken. 

Mr. Dobie. 

Mr. S. Sedgwick. 

Lieut. Bucknorton. 

Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. lady. 
do. gentleman. 

John Dobie, Esq., R.N. 

Mr. Thomas Sedgwick. 

Mr. James Sedgwick. 

Mrs. Cowan. 

A. Tomkins, Esq. 

Mr. W. J. Roper. 

T. Gwynne, Esq. 

Mr. E. Lloyd. 

The late William Corder, 
painted from recollection, 
from a pencil outline. 

Rev. Spencer Braham. 

Miss Sedgwick. 

J. F. Reeves, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Sir J. S. Yorke, K.C.B., M.P. 

The late Dr. Nuttall. 

George Paton, Esq. 

Portrait of a clergyman, 
do. gentleman. 

His Majesty Louis Philippe, 
King of the French. 
992 Portrait of a gentleman. 

DAVIS, J. P. (Pope Davis) Painter. 

I, Lamb's Conduit Street. 

181 1. 97 Master Ryan. 

181 2. 552 Master Dore. 

646 Portrait of a young lady. 

76, Newman Street. 

1813. 102 Mr. Bannerman. 

1814. 126 Lady Frances Wedderburn 

Webster. 
161 J. W. Webster, Esq. 
374 Portrait of a lady and child. 

36, Newman Street. 

1815. 170 Portrait of a young lady. 
184 Colonel Bannerman. 

482 Mrs. Chauncy and her sister. 
Miss Bannerman. 



avis, 


J.M 


1820. 


83. 




84. 




842 


1821. 


525 




7" 




776 




855 


1822. 


633 




722 


1824. 


580 




558 




666 




761 




8.3 


1825. 


627 




673 


1826. 


690 




754 




792 




796 


1827. 


718 




820 




868 


1828. 


834 




869 


1829. 


736 




922 


1830. 


740 




818 




821 




928 


1831. 


714 




898 


1839. 


802 




805 




976 



S17. 


6 




63 




532 


818. 


.36 




383 




423 


819. 


91 




179 




232 



IS24. 



244 
468 



62 



1826. 271 
3*3 



495 A 





535 




903 


1827. 
1830. 


552 
141 


1842. 


473 


1843. 


3" 



1844. 1229 



57, Poland Street. 

Miss Mason. 

E. K. Lacon, Esq., M.P. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

339, Oxford Street. 

Mrs. Barker. 

Rev. G. Penrice. 

Mrs. Gwynn. 

Mrs. Palgrave. 

Mrs. Gent. 

Captain Manby, author of the 
method for saving ship- 
wrecked seamen on a lee- 
shore by means of a shot 
thrown from a mortar. 

Captain Penrice, i6th Lancers. 

M. Hill, Esq. 

Rome and St. Peter's Hill, 

Doctors' Commons. 

Portrait of the late Pope. 
{Pius VII.) 

5, Haymarket. 

Portrait of Thorwalden. 

Canova crowned by the Genius 
of Grecian sculpture. 
Trasteverina. The inhabit- 
ants of that district of Rome 
called Trastevere are marked 
by a peculiar physiognomy, 
and consider themselves the 
genuine descendants of the 
ancient Romans. 

Pandora: portrait of Mrs. For- 
man. 

Frate Bernardo of the Capu- 
chin monastery, Rome. 

The Marchioness Wellesley. 

Sir Edmund Bacon, Bart. 

69, Dean Street, Soho. 

An infant Bacchus. 

1 5, Russell Place. 

Portraits of the late Mrs. 
Thompson, of Mrs. Stroud 
and Miss Voules. 

St. Peter's, Rome. 



DAVIS, J. P Painter. 

14, Percy Street. 
1870. 587 Christchurch Bay, Hants. 



DAVIS, John Scarlett Painter. 

1822. 86 Landscape. 

65, Charlotte Street. 
1825. 285 My Den. "That scull had a 
tongue in it, and could sing 
once." 
341 Portrait of a friend. 
1830. 146 Interior of a library. 



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265 



Abbeville. 
1834. 400 Interior of the gallery at Flor- 
ence. 

Amsterdam. 
1841. 133 Jack after a successful cruise 
visiting his old comrades at 
Greenwich. 
1032 Interior of the cathedral at 
Amiens. 
(It is doubtful whether the name of this 
artist was spelt Davies or Davis. All the 
above exhibits are under the latter name, and 
Redgrave and Bryan give it as that also. 
The "Dictionary of National Biography" 
gives both ways.) 



57° 

931 

6 



DAVIS, J. Valentine Painter. 

Lismore Lodge, 

Haverstock Hill. 
Wallasey sandhills. 
Across the moor. 
" 'Tis pleasant on a summer's 
day." 
87 The evening glow of a winter's 

sun. 
190 The mirror of the woods. 
343 " Tho' men may come and men 
may go, I go on for ever." 
33, Upper Park Road, 

Haverstock Hill. 
908 Evening in the meadows. 
116 In glimmer and glow. 
593 The evening cloud. 
1621 "Where the wild grass fringes 

the forest." 
218 Home to winter quarters. 
393 The clearing of the storm. 
833 Clieveden Woods — late au- 
tumn. 
1137 A water party. 
473 The house by the river. 
24 The lords of the mere. 
326 In tranquil light. 
24 Tenants of the wastes. 
116 A quiet haunt. 
253 The edge of the marsh. 
727 A deserted waterway. 

5, Langham Chambers. 
663 "Good-bye, summer! " 
II The sunlight glowing in the 

mere. 
123 Behind the mill. 
288 The passing of autumn. 
761 In a riverside orchard. 

1900. 74 The last of the blossom. 
907 Spring flowers. 

1901. 135 "In her eyes sweet mischief 
lies." 

493 Summer. 
II. 



1875- 
1876. 
1877. 

1878. 

1879. 
1S80. 



1S81. 
1883. 
1884. 



1885. 



1886. 
1887. 

1888. 
1889. 

1890. 

1891. 
1892. 



DAVIS, Laurence Painter. 

41, Warlock Road, 

St. Peter's Park, IV. 
{Lucien in Catalogue.) 
1899. 1023 Coquetting. 

5, Highbury Grove. 
1 90 1. 1209 At Rest. 

DAVIS, Lucien, R.I. Painter. 

33, Upper Park Road, 

Haverstock Hill. 
1885. 654 "Shall I?" 

1888. S73 Only for a biscuit. 

1889. 1125 A study. 

1890. 627 "Two's company, three's 

none." 
747 "She 's all my fancy painted." 
1655 Drury Lane Pantomime: 
Exeunt omnes. 

1891. 976 Out of the hurly-burley. 
1620 Musical chairs. 

The High Priest accusing Christ 
before Pilate: Oberam- 
mergau, 1890. 
75 One little maid from school. 
Mabel. 

The Lancers, ladies to the 
centre. 
656 An idle maid. 
720 A dainty maiden. 
1202 Church parade. 
1427 "Now, girls!" 
1434 Twelfth Night: Queen of the 

revels. 
1465 The Ghost story. 
948 Sylvia. 
1388 The debutante. 
1527 Hampstead, February, 1895. 
49, South Hill Park, 

Hampstead. 
1159 " Who is it, doggie? " 
1507 The Washington Post. 
1275 The meadow Queen. 
1 183 Still waters. 
1317 Ping-Pong. 

4 5 a, Upper Park Road. 
926 Daffodils. 
929 Roses. 
991 May blossom. 



1892. 



1893. 



1894. 
1895. 

1896. 



1653 



575 
1571 



1898. 
1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 

1903. 

1904. 



997 Lilies. 



DAVIS, Mrs. Mary Painter. 

13, Lansdowne Road, 



Kensington Park. 
1896. 927 Buck wheat. 

DAVIS, Master Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1800. 514 View near Ambleside, Cumber- 
land. 

MM 



266 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



735 
'39 



DAVIS, Miss Miriam F Painter. 

5, Lauderdale Road, 

Maida Vale. 
New ^[usic. 
Pure emblems of Pleasure. 

5, Marlborough Road. 
27+ Sunlight and shower. 
30 A slight barrier. 
651 A message of spring. 

1 8, Grove E?id Road. 
34S Spring's fair Messengers. 
806 The bridal dress. 
981 Early spring. 
8 . 5 Lilac and apple blossom. 

36, Grove End Road. 
655 A floral harvest. 



1887. 
1891. 

1892. 
1894. 



1897. 

1898. 
1 90 1. 

1903. 



DAVIS, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181 7. ,02 Flowers from nature. 



1818. 5';9 do. 



do. 



DAVIS, N. Denholm Painter, 

2, Tudor Lodge Studios, 

4, Albert Street, N. IV. 
1231 Portrait of a gentleman. 



1899. 
1902. 

1903. 



117 Miss Gwendolen Hughes. 
69+ Miss Florence Carlisle. 
374 The daughters of P. Chaworth 
Musters, Esq. 
1904. 536 Lieut. -Colonel A. W. Brewill. 



DAVIS, Owen William ... Architect. 
82, Charlotte Street. 
1874. 1 1 33 Bedroom, etc. 

34, Keppel St., Russell Square. 

1881. 1068 Dining-room. 

I, Carolnie St., Bedford Square. 

1882. 11S7 Side of a drawing-room. 
1884. 1219 Vestibule, 6, Park Crescent. 

DAVIS, Richard Barrett Pamter. 

62, Great Portland Street. 
4S2 A landscape. 
163 Landscape and cattle. 
198 do. do. 

539 His Majesty in his travelling 
chariot, returning to town 
from Windsor. 
37 Mares and foals in His Majesty's 
stud at Windsor. 
Portrait of an old hunter, the 
property of H.R.H. the 
Duke of Cumberland. 

Windsor. 
Duncan's horses. 
Portrait of a hunter. 
A view of Windsor Castle. 

Home Park, Windsor. 
246 Landscape: horse and figures. 



1S02. 
1803. 

1805. 



1806. 



1807. 



1808. 



131 



2;6 
669 

673 



1809. 


16 


Portrait of a hack, the property 
of Capt. H. Vyse. 




412 


The wild huntsman. Vide 
Scott's " Ballads and Songs." 


I8I0. 


3' 


A blood mare, the property of 
Sir F. Bourgeois. 


i8n- 


31 


A boar-hunt. 


1814. 


10 


Going to market. J 




1 1 


The stable. i 


1817. 


9S 


Horses. fl 




498 


Portrait of a racehorse. 1 
Datchet. 1 


1818. 


216 


Portrait of Clavileno, the pro- " 
perty of the Earl of Claren- 
don. 




276 


Portrait of Vandyke, the pro- 
perty of the Earl of Claren- ^ < 
don. i 
Eton. 1 


1S19. 


210 


Portrait of a hack, the property 1 
of Lambard, Esq., 1 



R.H.G. 

249 Portrait of a hack, the property 
of H. R. Hoare, Esq. 

291 Portrait of a hunter, the pro- 
perty of Lambard, Esq., 

R.H.G. 

Willow Brook, Eton. 

1820. 133 Portraits of old carriage horses 

in his late Majesty's stud at 
Windsor. 

281 Portrait of Mazeppa, the pro- 
perty of an officer in the 
Guards. 

395 Portrait of a favourite old horse, 
the property of a gentleman 
at Windsor. 

1 82 1. 114 Landscape. 
403 A horse fair. 

482 Portrait of an old gig horse. 

691 Portrait of Eaton by Sir Peter. 

694 Portrait of a charger. 

763 do. a racer. 

825 do. an old hunter. 

914 Portraits of hunters. 

1822. 332 Portrait of a poney, the pro- 

perty of the Earl of Claren- 
don. 
Portrait of a brood mare, the 
property of the Earl of Cla- 
rendon. 
408 Portrait of a bull, the property 
the Earl of Clarendon. 
Portrait of an old hunter. 
do. a hunter. 
1S23. 62 do. Moses, the property 
of H.R.H. the Duke of 
York. 
The Hawking Party. Vide 
" Bracebridge Hall." 



385 



435 

437 
62 



337 



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267 



1823. 464 
975 



578 
418 



1826. 776 

1827. 54' 



Portrait of an old coach horse, 
aged 35 years. 

Portrait of an old horse. 

10, Wilton Street, 

Grosvenor Place. 
1S25. 278 Portrait of Emily, the dam of 
Emilius. 

Portrait of Emilius. 

do. a gentleman with 
His Majesty's Hunt. The 
Hunt as appointed in 1823. 

Portrait of Middleton, the pro- 
perty of the Earl of Jersey. 

Portrait of a mare, the pro- 
perty of Davison, Esq., 

2nd Life Guards. 

1828. 907 Portrait of a hunter, the pro- 

perty of E. Tattersall, Esq. 
(Animal Painter to His Majesty.) 

1829. 963 Portrait of a favourite old 

poney. 

1830. 415 Portrait of an old carriage 

horse, the property of His 
Majesty. 

1 83 1. 509 Travellers attacked by wolves; 

a sketch. 

1832. 148 Portrait of Lord Frederick 

Fitzclarence ; study for a 
picture of the Coronation 
procession. 

1833. 741 A sketch. 

1834. 428 Waiting for a turn. 

1839. 21 Portrait of a favourite. 

1840. 163 Portrait of the Hermit, cele- 

brated in the Royal Hunt, 
the property of Her Ma- 
jesty. 
219 Near the banks of Loch Lag- 
gan, Invernesshire — deer- 
stalkers in the distance. 

1841. 510 A scene in Windsor great park, 

containing portraits of Her 
Majesty Queen Victoria, their 
Majesties the King and 
Queen of Belgium, the Hon. 
Colonel Cavendish, the Earl 
of Belfast, the Lord Lilford, 
Colonel Buckley, Lord Tor- 
rington, Sir George Quintin, 
Miss Quintin, Sir Frederick 
Stovin,the Earl of Uxbridge, 
Colonel Wymes, Lord Alfred 

Paget, Fozard, Esq., 

etc., etc. Painted 1839. 
9, Bedford Plac 

1842. 521 Portrait of Mr. Davis, Her 

Majesty's Huntsman, on 
" The Hermit." 

1843. 183 Sir Roger de Coverley and the 

Spectator go hunting. "Sir 



Kensington. 



1844. 9^5 

1846. 
1847- 

1848. 369 



1849. 
1851. 
1852. 



1853- 



Roger being at present too 
old for fox-hunting, to keep 
himself in action has dis- 
posed of his beagles and got 
a pack of stop-hounds. Sir 
Roger is so keen at the sport 
that he has been out almost 
every day since I came down, 
and upon the chaplain's of- 
fering to lend me his easy 
pad, I was prevailed to make 
one of the company." Vide 
" Spectator." 
The hawking party. Vide 
•' Bracebridge Hall." 

499 Taking the stag. 

575 The royal hunt, at their onset, 
on Ascot heath. 
"Hush! what loud shouts 

Re-echo through the groves! 
He breaks away : shrill horns 
Proclaim his flight." 

Somerville. 

259 Old friends. 

478 Favourites. 

1258 TheCoverleyHunt. "SirRoger 
has disposed of his beagles 
and got a pack of stop- 
hounds." "With ears that 
sweep away the morning 
dew, crook-kneed and dew- 
lapt like Thessalian bulls." 
" The huntsman threw down 
his pole before the dogs. 
They were within eight 
yards of that game which 
they had been pursuing for 
almost as many hours — and 
though they continued open- 
ing as before, durst not 
attempt to pass beyond the 
pole. At the same time Sir 
Roger rode forward, alight- 
ing took up the hare in his 
arms." — Chap. x. 

989 Trespassers. 

1276 The wild huntsman, from the 
German. 



DAVIS, S Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1807. 508 View of Tacissudon in Bootan. 
509 do. Poonaka do. 

1808. 594 Cape Town with the Table 

Mountain. 
599 A view in Bootan. 

1809. 524 The bridge and fort at Juan- 

pore in the district of Be- 
nares. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Davis, S. — continued. 

1809. 54+ Mahomedan buildings in ruins, 
in the district of Benares. 

DAVIS, Miss Sara. 

Miniature Painter. 
9, Bedford Place, Kensington. 
1067 Portrait of a young lady. 



1846. 

1847. 
1848. 

1852. 

1853- 
1854. 



944 do. do. 

945 do. the daughter of A. 
G. Finlaison, Esq. 

908 Portrait of a young lady. 

1014 Miss Julia Keate. 

952 The Hon. William Henry John 
North, son of I^ieut.-Colonel 
and Baroness North. 



DAVIS, Stuart G Painter. 

I, Queen's Road Studios, 

St. John's Wood. 
45 The Wrestlers (stone age). 
634 A world of temptation. 
71S "Beauty born of murmuring 

sound." 
931 Friendly critics. 
771 Magic. 
821 A favourite spot. 

30, Tite Street, Chelsea. 
1 00 1 Day dreams. 
1427 Charybdis. 
596 At the baths. 
671 Day dreams. 
689 The thief. 



1893. 
1896. 



1897. 
1900. 
1902. 

1903- 
1904. 



DAVIS, T Painter. 

1852. 1280 Hounds running into a fox, in 
a stone wall country. 

DAVIS, T.C Painter. 

33, Fenchurch Street. 

1806. 477 Scene in a park near Mickle- 

ham, Surrey. 

DAVIS, V Architect. 

At Mr. Robinson's, 

Blackfriars Road. 

1801. 852 Design for a sepulchral pyra- 

mid, dedicated to British 
Heroes. 

1802. 909 Design for a Market and Town 

Hall. 

1803. 969 A Design for a public bath. 

1804. 968 Design for a gentleman's villa. 

1805. 679 do. national Gallery. 

5, Lambeth Terrace. 

1807. 996 Davis's Wharf, Potter's Fields. 
1052 Design for a boat house. 

'058 do. Corner, St. Paul's 
Churchyard, etc. 



1807. 
1808. 



1809. 

1810. 

1818. 
1820. 
1822. 

1823. 



ic6i Design for National School. 

939 Interior View, St. Winifred's 
AVell, Flintshire, N. Wales. 
Potter's Fields, Horsleydoivn. 

290 View of a Sufferance Wharf. 

397 St. Winifred's Well, Flintshire. 

S50 A View of a gentleman's villa. 
St. John's, Souihwark. 

927 Design for alms-houses. 

927 Design for a marine villa. 

973 do. nobleman's man- 

sions. 

9, St. James's Park. 

978 Design for a public building. 



1854. 
1855- 

1858. 



1415 



1392 



1548 



DAVIS, William Sculptor. 

13, Osnaburgh Street. 
1851. 1298 Ariel released. "It was mine 

art when I arrived, etc." 
1324 Miss Wright. 

14, Carburton Street. 
1853. 1359 MedaUion in plaster of Mr. 

David Griffiths. 
Medallion in plaster of Miss 

Jane Lloyd. 
Medallion of Mr. John Bon- 
gard. 
4, Crown Street, Windsor. 
Medallion of Miss M. E. 

La vies. 
17, William Street, 

Hampstead Road. 
231 Bust of a lady. 
282 Rev. Owen Thomas. 

208, Fusion Road. 
Bust of a child. 
M. Davis, Esq.; medallion. 
Henry Austin Bruce, Esq., 

M.P. 
Enid. "Half-disarrayed as to 
her rest." 
nil Rev. John Mills, F.R.A.S. 

1 1 24 Pleasant thoughts; statuette. 

1125 The lady in " Comus "; marble 
bust. 

1 1 30 Hope — ideal bust. 
1133 The Bishop of Bangor. {J. C. 
Campbell.) 
John Thomas, Esq. (Pencerdd 

Gwalia); marble bust. 
Hugh Owen, Esq. 
Professor A. C. Ramsay, 
F.R.S., late President of the 
Geological Society. 
999 J- Jones, Esq., Talhaiarn. 

1037 Brinley Richards, Esq. 

1038 George Osborne Morgan, Esq. 
933 John Watkins, Esq., F.S.A.; 

testimonial bust, 



1859. 
1861. 



1862. 



■305 
1070 
1077 

1089 



1863. 
1864. 

1865. 



1161 

1.78 
903 



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269 



1865. 



1866. 
1867. 
1868. 
1869. 
1870. 



1871. 
1872. 



1877. 
1878. 



marble statuette, 
a bowery strand, 



966 Clymene; 
" From 
etc." 
1050 Miss Hughes, Beaumaris. 
1084 Cheerfulness; marble bust. 
1 193 Master Arthur. 
1 187 Henry Bielfield, Esq. 
1040 Rev. Henry Rees, of Liver- 
pool (posthumous). 
1054 The late David Harries, Esq. 
1204 John Griffiths, Esq. 
1446 John Jones, Esq., of Enmore 
Park, Surrey. 
Henry Richard, Esq., M.P. 
Miss Gwen Ellen. 
Revd. Lewis Edwards, D.D., 
Principal of Bala College, 
North Wales; bust. 
1883. 1573 John Roberts, Esq., M.P.; 
bust, marble. 
The late Sir Hugh Owen. 

5, Gordon Square. 
Mrs. Frances M. Buss; bust. 
Frances M. Buss; bust, mar- 
ble. 



1887. 



1447 
1511 
1490 



1718 

1915 

1932 



DAVIS, William Painter. 

21, Chapel Place, Liverpool. 

1851. 608 Dead game: capercailzie, etc. 
667 Dead game. 

1852. 137 do. 

443 The canary. 

14, Leicester Street. 

1855. 514 Early spring evening — Che- 

shire. 
292, Croii'n Street, Liverpool. 

1856. 353 Shotwick on the Dee. 
378 Wallasey Mill, Cheshire. 

35, Plump ton Street, Liverpool. 

1857. 305 Summer noon. 
631 Evening. 

1858. 243 The young trespassers. 

1859. 120 Study of Fruit. 

366 Mary's Well, near St. Asaph. 
16, Christian Street, Liverpool. 

1862. 662 Near West Derby. 

1863. 283 Spring. 

22, King Henrys Road, 

Primrose Hill. 
1870. 283 Ploughing on the banks of the 
Conway. 

26, Ataitland Park. 
1872. 251 At Moreton, Cheshire. 

DAVIS, William A Sculptor. 

1 6, Connaught Road, 

Finshury Park. 
1890. 2oyi The genius of Sculpture; statue, 
marble. 



DAVIS, W. H Painter. 

8, Church Lane, Chelsea. 
1803. 81 Mrs. J. Biddulph and children. 

177 Pigs. 
1S06. 47 Portrait of a mongrel fighting 
dog. 

West Street, Hackney. 
1810. 696 Elevation of a design for a 
Museum. 

East India Road. 

181 3. 402 Portrait of a favourite cart 

horse belonging to Mr. H 
Ledger. 

Church Lane, Chelsea. 

1814. 144 Portrait of Hackney, a grey 

horse, the property of J 

Fane, Esq. 
162 Portrait of a merino ram, be 

longing to J. Fane, Esq. 
1 87 Portrait of Charley, a black 

horse, the property of Mr. 

Co.x. 
18 1 6. 80 Portrait of a Russian grey- 
hound, the property of Lord 

Rivers. 

1 8 18. 27 Portrait of a grey hunting 

mare, the property of the 
Earl of Ilchester. 

237 Susan, Beauty, and Bishop, 
favourite greyhounds be- 
longing to Sir C. Bamfylde, 
Esq. 

249 Portrait of a cross breed bitch 
and puppies, belonging to 
the Earl of Ilchester. 

846 Leviathan, Looby, and Genet, 
favouritegreyhounds, belong- 
ing to D. Jones Long, Esq. 

18 19. 3 Portrait of a newfoundland 

dog belonging to D. J. 
Long, Esq. 

1820. 235 Portrait of Jack, a favourite 

hack belonging to Mr. 
Thompson, Kensington. 

1822. 343 Portraits of favourite horses, 

the property of H. Magniac, 
Esq. 
387 Portrait of a favourite horse, 
the property of Capt. H. 
Bullock, I St Life Guards. 

1823. 125 Portrait of a favourite mare, 

the property of the Hon. 
and Rev. Thos. Coventry. 

1826. 642 Portraits of Huntley, Revenge, 

and Honesty, the favourite 
hunters, the property of 
Lord Lynedoch. 

1827. 271 Portrait of Pedlar, a celebrated 

hunter, the property of 
John James Willan, Esq. 



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Davis, W. H. — continued. 

(Animal Painter to Her Majesty.) 

1835. 21 Heath scene with group of 

asses and boy. 

1836. 107 Group of celebrated grey- 

hounds. 

1837. 407 Portraits of a servant, pony, 

and dog, belonging to Mr. 
Antrobus. 
517 Fallow deer; a study from 
nature. 

1838. 411 A Spanish shepherd boy and 

sheep; study from nature. 
531 Portraits of a young Hereford 
bull and cows; study from 
nature. 

1845. 665 Girl with cows; study from 

nature. 

1846. 694. A snow subject with cattle. 

1848. ZI2 Hope. 

1849. 228 Cows reposing in a meadow. 

DAVIS, W. Paul Painter. 

33, Upper Park Road, 

Haversiock Hill. 
1885. 570 "I'm ready!" 
1891. 795 Memories. 

1894. 150 The Village doctor. 

DAVIS and EMMANUEL. 

Architects. 

2, Finsbury Circus. 
1883. 1 1 36 The City of London School, 

Victoria Embankment. 
1 90 1. 1569 Salisbury House, Finsbury 

Circus. 

DAVISON, Miss Minnie Dibden. 

Miniature Painter. 

10, Blandford Square. 
1893. 1391 Three little maids. 

1895. '3^° Friends. 

227, Oxford Street. 

1896. 1155 Poppy. 

3, Garden Road, 

St./oh?i's Wood 

1897. 1407 Reflections. 

1898. 674 Andrea del Sarto's wife. 

1899. 1214 The Kiss. 

Eyot Cot/age, Chiswick. 

1900. 1392 Doris. 

1393 Portrait of a lady. 

1394 Mrs. Vernon Boys. 

1395 The late Mrs. Self. 
{Now Mrs. C. Spooner.) 

1 90 1. 1308 Charles Spooner, Esq. 

1902. 824 A dream of Christmas tide. 
973 Adrianus a forti scuto, pres- 
byter. 

1903. 1 24 1 Biddy. 



DAVISON, Mrs. Munro Painter. 

132, Stroud Green Road. 

1897. 789 Spoils of the ocean. 

DAVISON, Miss Nora Painter. 

I, Carlisle Place, Victoria St. 
1895. 921 Preparing for the Cowes week. 

1898. 1086 " Amelieahoy!" 

1899. 1 1 56 A cloudy summer's day. 

DAVISON, Thomas Architect. 

16, Milner Street, S. W. 
1892. 1666 New Municipal buildings, Ox- 
ford. 
41, Oakley Crescent, Chelsea. 

1894. 159S Bexhill Local Board offices. 

59, Great Or??iond Street. 

1895. 1 62 1 Cottage Hospital, Aldershot. 
1682 Design for municipal buildings. 

1899. 1703 Trowbridge Technical School. 

1900. 1687 Cottage, Hampshire. 
1695 Art Galleries, Bradford. 

1903. 1502 Gas and Water offices, Aider- 

shot. 

1904. 1525 Offices, Aldershot. 

DAVISON, Thomas Raffles. 

Architect. 

I, St. Peter^s Square, 

Manchester. 

1877. 1070 Bramall Hall, etc. 

1 1 04 Marple Hall; stables. 

1 105 Bramall Hall, etc. 

7, Cross Street, Manchester. 

1878. 1131 Manchester Town Hall, etc. 

1 136 The Albert Memorial, Man- 
chester. 

33, Bouverie Street. 

1879. 1167 House at Maidenhead. 

114, Fleet Street, and 

Cross Street, Manchester. 
1881. 1035 Terra-cotta Warehouse, etc. 
1883. 1 1 30 The Quinta Sunday Schools. 

15, Ki7ig William St., Strand. 
1885. 1790 A house. 

1 91 6 A prayer desk. 
1887. 16 1 3 Two firesides in an architect's 
house. 

2 2, Bedford Street. 
1889. 1893 Winchester college chapel. 
1995 Fotheringay church. 

33, King St., Covent Garden. 

1901. 1533 House at Matlock Bath. 
1673 Chateau Josselin. 

1904. 1550 The parlour, Whistler's Hol- 
low. 

DAVISON, W Architect. 

1797. 1097 Design for a Villa. 
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271 



3, Sivinton St., Battle Bridge. 
1798. 953 Design for a triumphal arch. 

972 do. nobleman's man- 

sion. 
978 Design for a bridge. 
982 do. do. 

DAVISON, William Painter. 

29, Suffolk St., Charing Cross. 

1814. 5+ Portrait of a gentleman. 

18 1 5. 217 A portrait. 

1 81 6. 198 J. Wright, Esq. 

36, Newman Street. 

1817. 384 Sir J. G. Egerton, Bart., M.P. 
630 J. Chapman, Esq. 

1818. 141 A boy's head; a study. 

1819. 246 The new hat. 

374 Portrait of an artist. 

1 5, Newcastle Street, Strand. 

1821. 632 Portrait of a lady. 

1 3, Howland Street. 

1822. 49 The young bird-catcher. 

1825. 25 Portrait of a clergyman. 

1826. 106 R. Lindley, Esq. 
363 Waking infants. 

1827. 205 Morning on the Thames. 

1828. 292 Master W. Wilson, with a 

favourite poney. 

1829. 270 Morning — mist dispersing. 
379 The little Savoyard. 

480 A storm. 

Brabant Court, Philpot Lane. 

1829. 25 Bolland, Esq. 

383 Shipping in the Sound. 
( The last two may be by a different W. 
Davison.) 

No address. 
1837. 451 The lock on the Thames, near 
Queen's Elms, after sunset. 
6, Leicester Square. 
1S43. 331 Portrait of a naturalist. 

DAVISON, W. Rupert Architect. 

Kingsham, Waldingham, 

Surrey. 
1904. 1466 Bronygarth, Waldingham, Sur- 
rey. 

DAVISS, Mrs. Jessica. 

Miniature Painter. 
19, Leathiuaite Road, 

Clapham Common. 
1898. 134S Juhet. 

DAVY, C Architect. 

3, FurnivaPs Inn. 

1833. 991 An old barrier gate at Avignon. 

From a sketch taken by 

James Murdoch, Esq., C.E. 



1837. 1026 Broad Street, Bristol. From 

the archway under St. John's 
Tower. 

1838. 1211 The Lenslade Tunnel, London 

and Birmingham Railway. 
With]. H. Dibdin. 
1237 Elevation and section of the 
tower and spire of St. Vedast, 
Foster Lane, etc. 

1840. 992 New church in the Liberty of 

the Rolls. 

1 84 1. 1093 Offices, etc., at Oundle, North- 

amptonshire, etc. 

1842. 1089 West doorway of St. Mary's 

church, Hemel Hempstead. 

1843. 1292 Equitable Gas company at 

Lupus Street, Vauxhall. 
1846. 1324 Garratt Hall, Manchester, etc. 

DAVY, Robert ... Miniature Painter. 

At Mr. Byrcn's, 

Bedford St., Covent Garden. 

61 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 
quarters. 

70 A portrait. 
311 A conversation. 
73 Portrait of a gentleman. 

62 do. mother and child. 
41, Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 

88 A portrait; three-quarters. 

89 do. a miniature. 



1771. 
1772. 

1773- 

1774- 



1775- 
1776. 



79 A Venus and Cupid. 



1777. 
1778. 
1779. 
1780. 

1781. 



1782. 



So 

81 

379 



65 
■55 
283 

4" 

428 
169 
236 
238 



A portrait. 
A miniature. 
A Madona. 

85, Charlotte Street. 
A conversation. 

do. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. lady. 

do. child. 
Diana sleeping, with her nymphs 

bathing. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. do. crayons. 

do. child; do. 

do. do. do. 



DAWBARN, Joseph Y Painter. 

2Sa, Church Street, Liverpool. 
1897. 5S5 Mont St. Michel, Bi'etagne. 
23, Courtenay Road, 

Jlaterloo, Liverpool. 
346 A Dutch interior. 
557 do. do. 
867 Coming from Mass — Sunday in 

a Dutch fishing village. 
645 After service— an old Dutch 
church. 



1902. 
1903. 



1904. 



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DAWBER, 


1S85. 


■ 797 


1888. 


182J 


1889. 


■953 


1892. 


1685 


1893. 


1565 




1571 


1894. 


■599 


1902. 


1366 




1503 


1903- 


1637 




1647 




1657 


1904. 


1483 




■ 48+ 




i486 



Edward Guy... Architect. 

67, Albany Street. 
Design for a town gatehouse. 
Bourton on the Hill, 

Moreton-in-Marsh. 
Cliastleton Hall, Warwickshire. 
St. Nicholas church, Gloucester. 
22, Buckingham St., Adclphi. 
Todenham House, Gloucester- 
shire. 
Houses, Streatham Common. 
Itton Court, Monmouthshire. 

do. do. do. 

Westhope Manor, Shropshire. 

do. do. do. 

Juniper Hill, Surrey. 
Nether Swell Manor, Glou- 
cestershire. 

do. do. do. 

Bibsworth, Worcestershire. 
Coldicote, do. 

Park Down, Surrey. 



DAWBER (E. J.) and WHITWELL. 

Architects. 

22, BuckingJiam Street. 

1898. 1677 The Court house, Broadway, 

Worcestershire. 

1899. 1653 Village Post office, Broadway, 

Worcestershire. 
1663 White house, Moreton-in-the- 

Marsh. 
1771 Cottages, Matlock Dale. 

1900. iSoo House at Cley, Norfolk. 

DAWE, George, R.A Painter. 

44, Weir s Street, O.xford Street. 
1804. 273 Naomr and her daughter. 
" Orpah wept and departed, 
but Ruth clave unto her 
mother-in-law." 
1809. 178 F. W. Blagdon, Esq. 
218 Portrait of a lady. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

22, Ne7iiman Street. 
1 8 TO. 4 Andromache imploring Ulysses 
to spare the life of her son. 
"The Grecian fleet, after the 
destruction of Troy, being de- 
tained by contrary winds, the 
priest declares that they will 
continue, etc." 
181 1. 6 Mrs. T. Hope and her sons. 

36 Portrait of P. Howorth, a boy 
of extraordinary size and 
strength, aged four years, in 
the character of the Infant 
Hercules. "As soon as he 
beheld The snakes twist 
round, t\.z."— Theocritus. 



181 1. 93 Mania; a study. 

464 A demoniac. " Who had his 
dwelling among the tombs, 
etc." 

18 1 2. 25 Mrs. Hope. 

220 Genevieve: from a poem by 
T. Coleridge, entitled 
" Love." " She listened with 
a flitting blush, etc." 

547 S. T. Coleridge, Esq. 

922 Bust of S. T. Coleridge, Esq. 

1813. I A child rescued by its mother 

from an eagle's nest. It is 
within the memory of some 
of the oldest inhabitants of a 
mountainous district in Scot- 
land, that, impelled by 
maternal solicitude to re- 
cover her infant, which an 
eagle had borne away to its 
nest, a mother climbed to 
the very topmost crag of a 
cliff so steep and terrific, that 
the hardiest bird-catchers in 
that region had hitherto pro- 
nounced it inaccessible. She 
succeeded in bringing off her 
child before it had received 
any material injury, the bird 
hovering around her during 
the attempt, but not offering 
in any way to molest her. 

176 Mr. Flight. 

260 Miss C. Southey. 

279 Mrs. C. Hammersley and her 
daughter. 

293 The Archbishop of Tuam. 
(Hon. William Beresford.) 

395 J. Haslam, Esq. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1814. I Mrs. S. N. Cowley and Son. 
100 Sketch near Margate. 

199 Rev. S. Parr, LL.D. 
218 Mrs. Hodgkinson. 
226 Mrs. J. E. Eardley Wilmot and 
daughter. 

181 5. 15 Mrs. Long. 

179 J. Wilson, Esq. 

193 J. Eardley Wilmot, Esq. 

210 T. Wilson, Esq. 

223 Lord Eardley. 

1816. 26 Portrait of a lady. 

46 do. nobleman. 

87 do. lady. 

199 Miss O'Neill in the character 
of Juliet. Scene, a Garden 
(Juliet appears above in the 
balcony). "See how she 
leans her cheek upon her 
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1816. 225 Portrait of a lady. 

271 The Archbishop of Tuam. 

{Hon. J I'm. Eeresford^ 
285 Portrait of a gentleman. 
305 Hon. S. E. Eardley. 

1817. 62 H.S.H. Prince Leopold of Saxe 

Coburg Saalfeld. 
78 H.R.H. Princess Charlotte of 

Wales and Saxe Coburg. 
205 Mrs. Wilson. 
238 Mrs. J. Walker. 
247 Mrs. Fuller Maitland and her 

son. 
2S6 Rev. R. Simson, D.D. 
iSi8. 42 Her late Royal Highness 

Princess Charlotte. 
78 H.R.S. Prince Leopold of Saxe 

Coburg. 
186 The Bishop of Salisbury. {/oh>i 

Fisher.) 
273 F. Jones, Esq. 
318 Mrs. Croft. 

DAWE, Henry E. 

Painter and Engraver. 

6, Bartholomew Place, 

Kentish Town. 
1829. 216 Portrait of Miss Phillips, of the 
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, 
as Juliet, etc. 

DAWE, J. P Painter. 

14, Charles Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1820. 35 Portrait of a gentleman. 

6, Nassaii Street. 
1826. 901 Portrait of a lady. 

DAWKES (H.) and CLARKE 
(E. F. C.) Architects. 

10, Sergeant's Inn. 
i8tj. 1172 New Church at Beckenham. 

DAWKES, Samuel Whitfield. 

Architect. 

Gloucester. 
1839. 1274 Tudor Lodge. 

14, Whitehall Place, 

Chelte?iha!n. 

1848. 1 1 28 Trinity Church, Brompton, 

Kent. 

1849. 1056 Training College for Masters, 

Cheltenham. 
1075 County Lunatic Asylum, Colney 

Hatch. 
1 141 Aged Freemasons' Asylum, 

Croydon. 

1850. 1 1 17 Abbey Hotel, St. Malvern, 

Worcestershire. 
II. 



1850. 1 140 Mansion at Horsted, Sussex, 
for F. Burchard, Esq. 
1229 Literior, St. Thomas' Church, 

Newport, Isle of Wight. 
1269 Exterior, St. Thomas' Church, 
Newport, Isle of Wight. 
1S51. 261 Church of Hampstead. 

27 1 Lunatic Asylum, Colney Hatch. 
1852. 1244 TrinityChurch,NorthMalvern. 

1855. 1222 Witley Court, Worcestershire. 
1240 do. do. 

for Lord Ward. 

1856. 1063 Schools for Bagnoll and Sons, 

West Bromwich. 

DAWKINS, Miss Mary C. S. 

Painter. 

Eastuiood, Bournemouth. 
1896. 1705 Chapel of Henry VII, West- 
minster Abbey. 

DAWS, C Painter. 

Dorking. 

1-&T7. 777 Surrey Cottage. 

DAWS, Frederick T Painter. 

Montrose, Kent House Road, 
Beckenham. 

1896. 1162 Companions in trouble. 

1897. i2g Hunger driven. 

419 The coming contest. 

DAWS, Philip Painter. 

East Street, Dorking. 
1S75. 573 In Norbury Park. 

1876. 76 Study of a Chestnut Trunk. 

1877, 4 Farmhouse of Wotton, Surrey. 
1879. 100 In the beech woods. 

DAWSON, Alfred. 

Painter and Etcher. 
Thorpe Green, Chertsey. 
i860. 564 A wayside cottage. 

4, Grove Park Terrace. 
1862. 265 The Victoria Tower, West- 
minster. 

The Cedars, Chiswick. 
1868. 910 A page from Gray's Elegy; pen 

and ink. 
1879. 1220 Westminster. After the late 
H. Dawson; etching. 
1283 Greenwich. After the late H. 
Dawson; etching. 
1882. 1267 — — Chapman, Esq., chairman 
of Lloyd's Register; mezzo- 
etching. 
18S4. 1430 Mrs. Nesbit as Circe. After 
Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. 
Burlington House, Chiswick. 
1889. 1745 Leaving the plough. 

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DAWSON, Mrs. B. (late Miss Eliza- 
beth Rumley) Painter. 

36, Hunter Street. 
1859. 339 Fruit. 

545 do. 
i860. 545 do. 

1861. 130 do. 
470 do. 

1862. 219 Fruit and Flowers. 
352 Winter Fruit. 

1868. 45S Fruit. 
i86g. 780 Grapes. 
1876. 321 Fruit. 

{See Miss Elizabeth Rumley.) 



DAWSON, 

1838. 196 

1839. 642 

1840. 413 

1842. 1087 

1843. 329 

1844. 612 

1848. 360 



1850. 


27 


1851. 


129 

333 


1852. 


402 
1312 


1858. 
1859. 


594 
104 


i860. 


916 

100 


1862. 


377 


1865. 
1866. 


12 
316 


1867. 
1868. 
1869. 
1870. 


384 
486 

73^ 
453 



Henry Painter. 

Folder's Yard, Long How, 

Nottingham. 
Landscape. 

Ma?isficld Road, Nottingham. 
Landscape; Derbyshire 

scenery. 
Landscape; recollection of 

scenery in Derbyshire. 
A storm. 

Dovedale, Derbyshire. 
View between Chesterfield and 

Bastow, Derbyshire. 

19, Ashton Street, Liverpool. 
The Valley of the Ribble, near 

Preston, Lancashire. 
Middle Heath Lane, 

Croydon Com/non. 
Blowing bubbles. 
Old Sherwood Forest. 
\\^atercrook, near Kendall, 

Westmoreland. 
Ullswater. 
On the foot road to Clifton, 

near Nottingham. 

Thorpe Green, C/iertsey. 
Moor scene. 
Ousely Bells, on the Thames, 

near Windsor. 
Marine sunset. 
St. Paul's, from Southwark 

Bridge. 
4, Grove Park Terrace, 

Cambenvell. 
The King's Mills, Castle Don- 

ington, Leicestershire. 

The Cedars, Chiswick. 
Waiting for the tide. 
On the Ribble, near Preston, 

Lancashire — Harvest time. 
Lincoln. 

Greenwich Hospital. 
London from Greenwich Hill. 
Lancaster from the Aqueduct. 



2, Drake's Island, 

Plymouth Sound. 

1871. 326 Drakelsland, Plymouth Sound. 

The Cedars, Chiswick, and 
3, Queen's Si/., Westminster. 

1872. 608 A misty morning. 

626 The Tower from London 
Bridge. 
1874. 603 Shoreham Harbour — evening. 
607 do. morning. 

DAWSON, Henry Thomas... Painter. 

T/u Cedars, Chisjvick. 

1866. S The " Bellerophon " coming 

out of the Medway to run 
the measured mile. 

1867. 472 The Rodney being towed from 

her Moorings in the Med- 
way to be put in commission. 

3, Queen's Square, JVestminster. 

1871. 437 The last vestiges of disaster. 

The Cedars, Chisivick. 

1872. 437 Portsmouth Dockyard. 

1873. 967 On the Medway flats. 

DAWSON, J. Allan Painter. 

96, Bruntisfield Place, 

Edinburgh. 
1897. 903 "Steady noo!" 

DAWSON, Matthew J Painter. 

33, Ossington St., Baysivater. 
1903. 818 Baptistery, St. Mark's. 

DAWSON, Nelson Painter. 

45, Robert Street, Chelsea. 

1885. 1416 Poole Quay, from Brownsea 

Island. 

Wentworth Studios, Chelsea. 

1886. 1302 Stranded. 

1887. 1139 Noon. 

1205 Under the land. 
1247 A sketch. 
1258 Rejoicing in the breeze. 
1312 A London Heath. 

1 1, Trafalgar Studios, 

Manresa Road. 

1888. 1224 In Cornish waters. 

1889. 1466 A haven of refuge: steam 

trawlers coming into Scar- 
borough. 
1477 The Cornish shore. 

1890. 394 A perilous calling. 
1 176 Twilight. 

Wentworth Studios. 
1893. 996 As the sun went down. 

1 1 86 Moonrise — Scarborough. 
1895. 1703 Casket in steel and enamel. 
With Edith B. Dawson. 



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The Mulberry Tree, 

39, Beaufort Street. 
1896. 1905 Door knocker; bronze. 

1921 Casket; silver and enamel. 
With W. D. Caroe and E. 
Dawson. 

1898. 1S49 A girdle; cloisonnd enamel and 

silver. 
1939 A casket; silver and enamel. 

Presented by the City of 

Oxford to the Prince of 

Wales, 1897. 
1942 St. Cuthbert; enamel set in 

wrought steel and copper. 
Swan House, Chisivick Mall. 

1899. 1926 A casket; silver and enamel. 
[The last four are with Edith Dawson.) 



DAWSON, Mrs. Nelson (Edith B.). 

Painter. 

4, Wentworth Studios. 

1895. 963 Hollyhocks. 

980 The moth time of the night. 
1091 Orange lilies. 

1896. 1067 The old home. 
1 1 39 Ray wort. 

1921 Casket; silver and enamel, for 
the Flumbers' Company. 
{With W. D. Caroe and 
Nelson Dawson.) 



DAWSON, Robert A Painter. 

63, New King's Jioad, Fulham. 
1900. 1 165 A few simples. 

1357 Cloisonne enamel on copper. 



DAY, Barclay Painter. 

34, Great Marlborough Street. 
1873. 1246 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Beaufort House, Peckham. 
1877. 1013 Old-fashioned white roses. 

DAY, C Enamel Painter. 

43, Devonshire Street. 
1821. 771 Napoleon Buonaparte. Enamel 
after Toffanelli. 

DAY, C Architect. 

Worcester. 
1835. 1003 New County Hall, Courts of 

Justice. 
1838. 1063 Catholic church of St. Edmund, 
Bury St. Edmunds. 
1177 County Courts, Worcester. 
1 199 Catholic church, St. Francis 
Xavier, Hereford. 



DAY, C. H Architect. 

3, Percy Street. 

1826. 895 Design for public bath. 

1827. 1020 A national museum, gallery of 

painting, sculpture, etc. 



DAY, C. W Miniature Painter. 

62, Great Alarylebone Street. 

182 1. 562 Mr. Knight of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 

1822. 683 Portrait of a young lady. 

1823. 785 do. lady. 
903 Miss Parodi. 

20, Norton Street. 

1824. 629 Portrait of a lady. 

1825. 680 Mrs. Goodall. 

33, Percy Street. 

1826. 783 Miss Alice Deighton. 

1827. 665 Miss A. C. Fayerman. 

28, Soho Square. 

1832. 730 R. Frankum, Esq. 

At Mrs. Turnbuirs, 

42, Rathbone Place. 

1833. 936 H.R.H. Carlo Ludovico, Duke 

of Lucca. Painted in Flor- 
ence in 1830. 

42, Berners Street. 
1836. 804 Mrs. John Wilkinson. 

29, Orchard Street. 
1837- 9'9 Mrs. H. Choveaux. 

23, Charlotte Street. 
1852. 804 Portrait of a lady. 
1854. 679 Moglia Mia. Portrait of Mrs. 
C. W. Day. 



DAY, Miss Frances S. 

Miniature Painter. 

41, Camden Street. 

1838. S41 The corsair's bride. 

1839. 826 A young lady in the character 

of a flower girl. 
857 Miss Eliza Robinson. 
959 Master Richard Mills. 

1840. 678 Posthumous portrait of her late 

sister. 
723 Portrait of the infant daughter 

of S. Robinson, Esq. 
761 Miss Emily Robinson. 
806 W. Mills, Esq. 
811 The late Captain Holkirk of 

the 23rd Dragoons. 
841 Portrait of a lady. 
899 Portraits. 

1 84 1. 890 Portrait of a gentleman. 
935 Louisa. 

1842. 767 Portrait of a Russian lady. 
879 Portrait. 



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Day, Miss Frances S.— continued. 

1842. 901 A case containing two locket 

miniatures. 
9j; Portrait of a young lady. 

1843. 781 Locket miniature. 

S97 AH Ben Nasser, envoy from 
His Highness the Imaum of 
Muscat, and Mohamed Ben 
Hamees his secretary. 

902 Portrait. 

913 Case containing two bracelet 
miniatures. 

1844. 76+ Portrait. 

832 Portrait of a gentleman. 
848 Portraits. 

1845. 715 Portraits of two young ladies. 
817 Portrait of a lady. 

1846. 967 Portrait. 

1847. 119 Portrait of a lady. 
889 Lady and cavalier. 

1050 Portrait of a lady. 

1051 do. young lady. 

1848. 822 do. gentleman. 
8+3 Portrait. 

1850. 733 Julia. 

S29 Portrait of the infant son of 

W. Ballantine, Esq. 
900 A portrait. 

1 85 1. 867 Portraits. 

868 Master W. Day. 

1852. 867 Emma and Alice, daughters of 

D. Sims, Esq. 
900 A portrait. 
916 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

1853. 663 Miss F. 'S..— Departed. " Et 

Rose elle a v^cu, ce qui 
vivent les roses, I'espace d'un 
matih." 
S02 Portrait. 

1854. 871 Portrait of a lady. 

14, Piccadilly. 

1856. 684 Portraits. 

794 Brooch miniature. 

1857. 709 Portrait of a lady. 

1858. 661 Toggy. 
674 Emily. 

DAY, G. F Painter. 

12, JFelix Terrace, Is ling/ on. 

1850. 936 Boy and child watering a horse. 

12, Foley Terrace. 

1851. 659 Girl and pony. 

1855. 1 139 Waiting for the master. 

DAY, Henry D Architect. 

1903- '537 House at Godalming. 

DAY, H. H Painter. 

41, Camden Street. 
1837. 300 Portrait of a gentleman. 



DAY, H. S Painter. 

41, Camden Street. 
1837. 10 Portrait of a young lady. 
1845. 309 do. gentleman. 

1848. 405 do. young gentleman. 

DAY, J. C Sculptor. 

61, Poland Street. 

1835. iiiS The fall of Satan; an alto-re- 
lievo. " Him the Almighty 
power Hurled headlong 
flaming from the ^ethereal 
sky." — Paradise Lost. 

1S36. 1130 St. John. "Hark! a glad voice 
the lonely desert cheers. 
Prepare the way, a God, a 
God appears." 

DAY, Lewis F. ... Decorative Artist. 

1 3, Mecklenburg Street. 
1S80. 1 121 Design for portion of a painted 
frieze. 
1 1 74 Design for decoration of a 
door. 
1886. 17 17 Design for domestic window 
in grisaille and colour. 
1718 Design for clerestory window 
in mosaic. 



DAY, R Architect. 

32, North Street, Lambeth. 

1827. 1064 Model of Salisbury Cathedral. 

1828. 1133 Design for a public building. 

3, Marlborough Place, 

Walworth. 
1831. 1 1 19 Design for British senate house. 
Darlington Place, Southwark. 
1837. 1155 Model for Scott's Monument 
at Edinburgh (for competi- 
tion). 

51, Newington Causeway. 
1841. 1144 Modelofthe temple of Minerva, 
Parthenon, Athens. 

DAY, R., Junr Architect. 

42, Commercial Road, Lambeth. 

1843. 13S3 Model of an inkstand, sur- 

mounted by the new church 
at Lee, presented to T. 
Brandram, Esq. 

1844. 1258 A Design for the Royal Ex- 

change. 
2, Chester Terrace, 

Borough Road. 

1845. 1321 Mausoleum. 

1846. 1363 Model of the Temple Church, 

London. 



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1846. 1364 The martyrs' memorial Cross at 

Oxford. 
128, London Road, Southwark. 

1847. 1300 Model of north-west corner of 

Bank of England, etc. 

DAY, Thomas Miniature Painter. 

II, Little Titchfield Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
iT]^. 74 A portrait in crayons. 

Brent'iiiood, Essex. 
1774. 63 A landscape and figures in 
water colours. 

24, Great Portland Street. 
1775- 9° North view of the new-built 
seat of the Right Honour- 
able Lord Petre, at Thorn- 
don Place in Essex. 
91 Portrait of an artist, in crayons. 

1776. Sz do. a gentleman, in 

crayons. 

1777. 89 Cupid; a miniature. 

90 Musidora ; crayons. Vide 
Thomson's " Seasons, Sum- 
mer," line 1308. 

1778. 81 Two miniatures. 

1779. 403 A lady, in miniature. 

1780. 370 View. 

1781. 307 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1782. 340 do. do. 

1783. 27s Frame with seven miniatures — 

in the centre Musidora, from 
Thomson's "Seasons." "At 
the doubtful breeze alarmed, 
and starting like the fearful 
fawn." 

1784. 311 A frame with seven miniatures. 

1785. 359 do. do. 

615 View on the Mall in St. James's 
Park. 

1786. 246 Frame with seven miniatures. 

5, Great Titchfield Street. 

1787. 361 Frame with seven miniatures. 

1788. 365 do. three do. 

DAY, William Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1782. 441 View in Sussex. 
442 do. Essex. 

1783. 412 Waterfall. 

1784. 360 A moonlight. 

1785. 59 A landscape. 

566 West view of Mayfield Church, 
with part of St. Dunstan's 
palace, Sussex. 

1787. 109 A water mill. 

1788. 128 Cottage scene, from nature. 
263 Brick kiln at Stanway in Essex. 
462 The great bed at Ware. 



1789. 



1792. 



1796. 



1797 



1798 



1799 



1801 



524 Inside of Tintern Abbey, Mon- 
mouthshire. 

548 North Transept of Tintern 
Abbey, Monmouthshire. 

510 Conway Castle, Carnarvon- 
shire. 

534 Cader Idris, Merionethshire. 

693 Ruined tower of Conway Castle. 

Si I Eight views in North Wales 
and Shropshire. 

698 Part of Valley Crucis Abbey, 
Denbighshire. 

656 North-east view of Conway 
Castle. 

513 Pistilly Kain in Merioneth- 
shire. 

449 View from the Covers, near 
Hastings, Sussex. 

463 Herstmonceux Castle, Sussex. 



DAY, William Cave Painter. 

4, Bradford Road, Dewsbury. 
1890. 268 Gossips in St. Ives, Cornwall. 

4, Camden Terrace, Dewsbury. 
1893. 292 "One o'clock, two o'clock." 

City Batik Buildings, 
James Street, 

Harrogate. 
1903. 465 Passing. 

DAY, Mrs. W. C... .Miniature Painter. 

66, Upper Ebury Street. 
1847. 905 Mr. W. C. Day. 

DAYES, Edward Painter. 

75, Long Acre. 
1786. 2S4 Portrait of a lady. 

511 Waltham Cross, Hertfordshire. 

512 St. Augustin's Gate, Canter- 

bury. 

5, King Street, Covent Garden. 
\1%1. 294 Portrait of a gentleman. 

513 Landscape and figures; water- 

colours. 
551 Design, CoUing's " Ecologue." 
556 do. do. 

582 Queen's Square. 
613 Grosvenor Square. 

1788. 333 Frame with two miniatures. 
535 Landscape and cattle. 

542 View of Oxford. 

592 do. 

593 View on the banks of the 

Thames. 

75, Long Acre. 

1789. 545 View on the coast of Kent. 

1790. 532 View of Durham. 

570 do. from Potter's 

lane. 



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Dayes 

1791. 



1792 
1793 



1794. 



1795- 



1796. 



1797. 



Edward — continued. 
. 462 View on Keswick lake, Cum- 
berland. 
464 View of Porchester Castle, 
Hampshire. 
(Draughtsman to the Duke of 

York.) 
. 677 View of Norwich. 

572 Yarmouth from the roads. 
629 Hereford. 

734 Durham. 

735 Furness Abbey. 
8, Charles Street, 

Covent Garden. 

329 Matlock, for Dr. Aiken's " En- 
virons of Manchester." 

330 Castleton, for Dr. Aiken's 
"Environs of Manches- 
ter." 

353 Leek, for Dr. Aiken's "Envi- 
rons of Manchester." 

354 Ashton-under-Lime, for Dr. 
Aiken's " Environs of Man- 
chester." 

42S Keswick Lake. 
5, Francis Street, 

Bedford Square. 
599 View of Tintern Abbey on the 

Wye. 
605 Durham Cathedral and Castle. 

624 Blackfriars Bridge and St. 
Paul's, for Pope's 
of Middlesex." 

625 Fulham, for Pope's 
of Middlesex." 

468 Henley. 

470 Llangollen. 

678 Chepstow Castle. 

681 Warwick Casde. 

692 Tintern Abbey. 

694 Kenilworth Castle. 

451 West End of Tintern Abbey. 

769 The Welch Bridge, Shrews- 
bury. 

S04 Confluence of the Wye and 
Severn. 
1798. 331 Sketch from Beckford's " His- 
tory of France " : Lewis the 
Gross receiving the ori- 
flamme. 
View on the Rhine between 

Room and Ramagen. 
The fall of the Angels. Vide 
Milton. 

501 Lycurgus entering Athens. Vide 
Dryden's " Palamon and 
Ariete." 

517 Theseus's approach to Athens. 
Vide Dryden's " Palamon 
and Ariete." 



" History 
" History 



420 



490 



1799. 97 

442 

664 

1800. 93 

163 



415 

1801. 18 
280 

1802. 251 



376 

486 



630 

758 

1S03. 548 



648 
1804. 270 



Caernarvon Castle, North 
Wales, where Edward II, 
the first Prince of Wales, 
was born. 

John preaching in the wilder- 
ness, etc. 

Paul's conversion. " And as 
he journeyed, etc." 

Netley Abbey, Hampshire. 

The Triumph of Beauty. " Or 
as Venus, when she stood, 
etc." 

Six subjects from the xxv 
chapter of St. Matthew. 

"Ver. 35. For I was an 
hungered, etc." 

"Ver. 36. Naked and ye 
clothed me, etc." 

" Ver. 40. Verily I say 
unto you, etc." 

The Glyn, near Corwen, Mer- 
ionethshire. 

Keswick Lake. 

Pistill Rhayder, North Wales. 

Elisha causing iron to swim. 
"And he cast down a stick, 
and casting it in thither : 
and the iron did swim, etc." 
— 2nd Kings, chap. vi. 

Conway Castle, North Wales. 

The good Samaritan. " And 
he went to him and bound 
up his wounds, etc." 

Portrait of an artist. 

Caernarvon Castle, North 
Wales. 

The triumph of Saul and David. 
" And the women answered 
one another as they played, 
etc." 

Conway Castle, North Wales. 

Shrewsbury. 



DAYES, Mrs Miniature Painter. 

5, Francis Street, 

Bedford Square. 
1797. S84 A frame with five portraits. 

1799. 692 Master George. 
758 Miss Collings. 

1800. 932 Portrait of a young lady. 

DEACON, Allan Painter. 

9, Rue Bara, Paris. 
1895. 306 Portrait of a lady. 

St. Ives, Cornwall. 

1 90 1. 117 Mrs. Louis Grier. 
795 French haymakers. 

1902. 268 A fisherman's fireside. 
303 Master Harry Deacon. 

1904. 393 Peacemakers. 



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279 



DEACON, Augustus Oakley. 

Painter. 

A. Deacon, 41, Burton Street. 

1 84 1. 686 View of the exterior of St. Bar- 

tholomew's church, etc., 
from the Royal Exchange 
site. 
1077 Interior of ditto. The work- 
men raising the remains of 
Miles Coverdale. 

37, London Street. 

1842. 1 149 Western Doorway, Tintern 

Abbey. 

5, Mortimer Terrace. 

1845. 781 View of St. Paul's Cathedral, 

from Albion Place. 
1271 Evening. 

1846. 249 Windsor Castle. 

A. O. Deacon, 

45, Upper Albany Street. 
1848. 113 A farmyard — study from nature. 
33, London Road, Derby. 
1852. 72 Spring. 

1855. 4S4 Stapenhill ferry, near Burton- 
on-Trent — an autumnal 
morning. 

DEACON, Charles E Painter. 

Central Buildings, 
North John Street, Liverpool. 
1902. 15+1 Lichgate, Bebington, Cheshire. 

DEACON, G. S Painter. 

Antwerp, and Lansdown 

House, Southampton. 

1872. 99 Forget me not. 

372 Charles Ewens Deacon, Esq., 
thirty-two years Town Clerk 
of Southampton. Presented 
to the town in 187 1. 

1873. '5° View of Antwerp. 

96, Finchley Road. 
1876. 534 In the dusk, with the light be- 
hind her. 
14, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1879. 1008 Mamma's muff. 

DEAKIN, Miss Jane Painter. 

Harefield, Aliddlesex. 
1875. 652 After rain. 

DEAKIN, Peter Painter. 

Har borne, near Birmingham. 
1855. 604 Watermill, near Llanelly, Bre- 
con. 
680 View near Ludlow, Salop. 
1858. 806 View near Trefrin, North 
Wales. 



1859. 


912 


A Woodland scene near Om- 

bersley, Worcestershire. 
2, Princes Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 


1863. 


.64 


A \Velsh brook. 

44, Mornington Road. 


1865. 


4-5 


A Welsh dingle. 




65. 


Evening in the Marshes. 

6, Maitland Park Road. 


1868. 


H5 


A Woodland brook. 




837 


Near Dorking. 


1869. 


42 


The torrent Brook, Dolgelly. 




520 


Evening, after rain. 




54S 


Near Pennerfa, North Wales. 




681 


Near Permorfa, do. 


1870. 


666 


A silent pool among the hills. 


I87I. 


65. 


Evening in a Welsh Valley. 




679 


A stormy evening. 


1872. 


587 


Near Tremadoc, North Wales. 
Harefield, Middlesex. 


1873- 


723 


A Mountain stream. 


1875- 


761 


Wind on a common. 

Watford, Herts. 


1878. 


784 Early Morning. 



DEALY, Miss Janie M Painter. 

Walton Lodge, Blackheath. 

1 88 1. 625 "There is a change and I am 

poor." 
683 "Left behind." 
1 1 72 Spring. 

1882. 875 Happy thoughts. 

941 Why won't he go to sleep? 

1883. 57 "And she went to market all 

on a market day." 
918 "Ave Maria gratia plena! " 
927 " Mary, Mary, quite contrary. 

How does your garden 

grow? " 

1884. 719 "When nobody's with me I'm 

always alone." 
1046 The dismissal. 
1064 Watching the fairies. 

1885. 1 169 The little Jan and his Vrouw. 
1259 In doubt. 

1886. 484 "Would he like to go back to 

the sea?" 
1 117 A wee bit doleful. 
1136 A wee bit cheerful. 
129; The last of the roses. 

1887. 584 Hush-a-bye baby on the tree 

top, etc." 

1889. 1115 "Mary, Mary, quite contrary, 

etc." 

1890. 1389 To London Town. 

Now Mrs. Lewis, 153, Shoot et's 
Hill Road, Blackheath. 
1903. 977 On the mountain side: Engel- 
berg. 



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DEAN, 

1887. 
1888. 
1889. 
1890. 

1895. 
1896. 
1897. 
1899. 

1900. 



1902. 
1903. 



723 
5+ 



Frank Painter. 

85, Victoria Road, Leeds. 
224 A tidal river— evening. 
264 A right of way. 
604 'I'he Rookery — November. 
755 On the sand dunes. 

19, Great George Street, Leeds. 
305 In the happy valley. 
411 The river: twilight. 
t\ son of the Soudan. 
The eel fisher. 
The Red House, Burpham, 

Arundel. 
159 A windy day by the river. 
532 The calm of a summer's even- 
ing. 
256 The harvest moon. 
762 A Sussex pastoral. 
Tennyson Villa, 

Tennyson Road, Harpenden. 
Crossing the desert. 
Tilling on the Nile banks. 

13, Retnbridge Crescent. 
The fiock resting. 
"... A troupe of ladies daunc- 
ing found, etc." 



414 
695 

867 
71 



DEAN, H Sculptor. 

8, Great Neupcrt Street. 
1794. 6o2 An allegorical bas-relief, illus- 
trating the parable of the 
good Samaritan. — Luke, 
chap. 10, v. 28. 

DEAN, H Etcher. 

62, Sloane Street. 
i860. 929 Egham. 

945 Kensington Gardens. 
1861. 929 Thames fishermen; dry point. 

931 Kensington Gardens; etching. 



1862. 
1863. 



1864. 



971 Millpond at Shire; 

972 A Tipperary by-road; 

976 A Brook mouth; 
922 Out of window. 
971 Etching. 

977 Dry point. 
982 Etching. 

835 Etching: Mytton Hall. 
842 do. Battersea. 



do. 
do. 
do. 



DEAN, Hugh Primrose Painter. 

At Rome. 
iTTT- 92 The Lago Averno, near 

Naples. 
(Member of the Royal Academy of Art, 
Florence.) 
At Mr. Applebee's, 41, Charles 
Street, IVestfninster. 
1779. 66 An eruption of Mount Vesu- 
vius, near Naples. 



Great Hart Street, Covent 

Garden, two doors from the 
playhouse. 
1780. 149 The banks of the Tiber. 



1789. 



1790. 
1791. 



DEAN, John Painter. 

Bentiiick Street, Soho. 
57 Portrait. 
199 Lavinia. 
245 Flora. 
106 Journey to the Watch house. 

413 Dutiful children attending to 
their sick mother. Vide 

Pope's " Epistle to Arbuth- 
not," ver. 401, etc. 

414 A good mother instructing her 

children. Vide Thomson's 
" Spring." 

DE AN , Miss Gem Engraver. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1778. 3^1 A cast from a head of Samuel. 

DEAN, P Painter. 

42, King Street, Soho. 
1789. 357 Flower piece. 

DEAN, Richard Gem Engraver. 

13, Church Street, St. Anne's, 

Soho. 

iT/T- 91 A frame with sulphur casts 

from gems, viz., Minerva, 

Head of an angel, Ditto, 

Portrait of a lady. 

DEAN, T. A Miniature Painter. 

181S. 867 Portrait of himself. 

28, Teuton Street. 
1820. 815 Portrait of a student. 

99, Chancery Lane. 
1824. 565 Portrait of a lady. 

DEAN, W Architect. 

Clapham Academy. 
1810. 713 Design for a Park entrance. 
756 do. for a villa. 

DEANE, Charles Painter, 

33, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

18 15. 247 The Eagle tower, Caernarvon 

Castle. 
249 Margate Harbour: low water. 

18 1 6. 238 Britton ferry. 

1817. 377 UUs AVater head. 

1818. 326 The Vale of Neath, Glamorgan- 

shire. 

22, Gloucester Place. 

1819. 383 Coast scene — morning: fisher- 

men washing mackerel-nets. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



281 



1822. 
1S23. 

1824. 

1825. 
1826. 

1S27. 

1828. 

1829. 

1S30. 



1831. 



1832. 

1833. 
1835- 

1837- 
1838. 
1839. 
1840. 
1841. 



1842. 
1843. 



1844. 
1845. 



8, Blandford Place, 

Regent's Park. 
A brisk gale. 
Bolton Abbey, Wharfedale, 

Yorkshire. 
Wood scene; a study from 

nature. 
Wine Street, Bristol. 
Scene in Bristol Harbour, near 

Redcliff Church. 
350 Scene in the upper Pool, near 

Irongate. 



491 
430 



353 

36. 



43^ 



Haven, Rotter- 



from 



The Leuve Haven, Rotter- 
dam. 
414 A brisk gale. 

586 Shipping. 
I S3 The Leuve 

dam. 

970 Entrance to Putney 
Barnes Common. 

199 The Martyrdom in Canterbury 
Cathedral, so called from 
being the place where 
Thomas h. Becket was mur- 
dered. The spot where he 
fell was immediately facing 
the monument on the left, 
and which was formerly 
occupied by an altar to St. 
Benedict. Foreigners are 
paying their devotions on 
the stone upon which he 
expired. 

108 Westminster Abbey, north 
aisle, east end. 

587 Redcliff Church, Bristol. 

117 Putney from the towing path; 
study from nature. 

412 Cocheim on the Moselle. 

486 Maidstone. 

496 Antwerp. 

568 Ober Lahnstein, nearCoblentz. 

499 The castle of Liebenstein and 
Sternfels on the Rhine, 
called the Brothers, and the 
village of Bernhofen. Vide 
"Pilgrims of the Rhine." 
Bacharaeh on the Rhine. 
The castle and village of 
Ehrenburg, near the Mos- 
elle. 
Bern Castel on the Moselle. 
St. Goarshausen on the Rhine. 

506 Asniers, on the Seine. 

605 Cochem, on the Moselle. 

245 Cochem, on the Mosel, the 
Castle of Winneburg in the 
distance. 

504 Schloss Elz, vicinity of the 
Mosel. 



1223 
501 



567 

495 



1846. 596 A Mill near Berncastle on the 

Mosel. 
677 Treves, on the Mosel. 

1847. 238 A Mill near Berncastel on the 

Mosel. 
439 Oberwesel on the Rhine, the 
Castles of Schomberg Guten- 
fels and Pfalz in the dist- 
ance. 

1848. 531 View on the Moselle near 

Trarbach. 

1849. 5S3 Cochem on the Moselle. 

1850. S07 Windsor Castle. 

1851. 1143 Dinant, on the Meuse. 

DEANE, D. W Painter. 

4, York Place, City Road. 

1 84 1. 485 A Spaniel. 

1842. 385 John Wood Deane, Esq. 

1843. i65 Under the shade of melan- 

choly boughs. 

47, Lonsdale Square. 
1846. 709 Scene from Don Qui,xote. 
" Divers and obstinate were 
the disputes he maintained 
against the parson of the 
parish, a man of some 
learning, on that puzzling 
question, whether Palmerin 
of England or Amadis de 
Gaul was the most illustrious 
knight errant; but Master 
Nicholas, who acted as 
barber to the village, affirmed 
that none of them equalled 
the Knight of the Sun, etc." 

Scene from Moliere's play, 
" Le Medicin Malgre Lui," 
etc. 

A Roman Girl. 

The patience of Griseldis. 
" But at the last to speken 
she began, etc." 

The despair of Claudio. Vide 
" Measure for Measure." 

72, Neivman Street. 

An incident in the Civil Wars 
— concealment of the fu- 
gitive, destruction of com- 
promising documents. 
521 The cloister. 
1854. 1304 Van Dyck and Frank Hals. 
" Van Dyck had conceived 
so high an opinion of the 
merits of Hals, that he went 
to Haerlem to pay him a 
visit, and introduced himself 
as a gentleman on his travels, 
who wished to have his por- 
trait painted, and yet had 
00 



1847. 


647 


1848. 


3" 
652 


1850. 


626 


1853- 


487 



282 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Deane, D. W. — continued. 

but two hours for the pur- 
pose. Hals, who was hurried 
away from the tavern, sat 
down to his work in a very 
expeditious manner. In 
short, he proceeded so far, 
that he desired Van Dyck 
to look at what he had done; 
but that artist not only 
seemed to be much pleased, 
but told Hals that such work 
seemed to him so very easy, 
he was persuaded he could 
do it himself. Immediately 
he took the palette and pen- 
cils, made Frank Hals sit 
down, and spent a quarter 
of an hour in painting his 
portrait; but the moment 
Hals cast his eyes on it, he 
cried out in astonishment, 
that no hand except that of 
Vandyck could work so won- 
derfully." 

1855. 1336 Cuddie Headrigg and Jenny 

Dennison. "And exclaim- 
ing Murder ! Murder ! we are 
a' harried and ravished; the 
castle 's ta'en, she discharged 
the whole scalding contents 
of the pot, accompanied with 
a dismal yell, upon the per- 
son of the unfortunate C\iA- 
d'le."— 0/d Mortality. 

1856. 401 Interior of a cottage in North 

Wales. 
599 A Welsh fireside. 

1857. 69 A highland interior. 

586 Falstaff promising to marry 
Dame Quickly. " Thou 
didst swear to me, upon a 
parcel-gilt goblet sitting in 
my dolphin chamber at a 
round table, by a sea coal 
fire to marry me, and make 
me my lady thy w^ife, etc., 
etc." 

6, Russell Place. 

1858. 241 Shylock dismissing Launcelot. 

" Well, thou shalt see, thine 
eyes shall be the judge, etc." 
370 An interior. 

1859. 185 Interior ofa cottage in Brittany. 
306 The new ballad — scene in Brit- 
tany. 

\2, Buckingham Street, Strand. 
i860. 44 Welsh Cottage. 

I, Robert Street, Adelphi. 
1862. 676 Ballad singing in Andalusia. 



1863. 47 Morning in Spain. 

1864. 137 In a Spanish Venta. 

Eynsford, Kent. 
1866. 13S Cottage in Finisterre. 

10, Clifford's Inn. 
1868. 464 In the island of Capri. 
567 A Roman osteria. 

DEANE, Miss Emmeline ... Painter. 

20, Sion Hill, Bath. 

1879. 1311 Winifred. 

1881. 1334 Mrs. H. P. Deane. 

1882. 1423 Byrom Hope. 

1887. 426 Mdlle. Anna Belinska. 

Cheney Court, Box, Wilts. 

1892. 1 104 A study. 

54a, Bedford Gardens. 
1901. 515 Earth. 
1903. 223 Phillida. 

DEANE, E. Eldon Architect. 

1876. 1076 St. Michael's Mount, Nor- 

mandy. 

14, Argyle St., King's Cross. 

1877. 1206 St. Mary's priory church, Brid- 

lington, Yorkshire. 

5, Bloomsbury Street. 
1S79. 1088 Design, Convalescent Hospital 
on sea coast. 

DEANE (E. E.) and TILTMAN 
(A. H.) Architects. 

5, Bloomsbury Street. 

1880. 1212 Cardiff Free Library. 

DEANE, J. Manly Architect. 

clo Sir T. Deane and Son, 

Dublin. 

1893. 1533 Glasgow Art Galleries. 

1619 South Kensington Museum. 

DEANE, Sir T. Newenham and Son. 

Architects. 

3, Upper Merrion St., Dublin. 
1886. 1569 Northern Assurance Company's 
offices, Dublin. 

1 888. 1720 Design for the Imperial In- 

stitute. 
1897. 191 3 Design for an hotel, Cork. 

DEANE, William Wood Painter. 

4, York Place, City Road. 

1844. 12C9 Design for a Music Hall. 

1845. 1 120 do. Italian Mansion. 

47, Lonsdale Square. 

1846. 1 160 A library. 

1847. 1 141 Design for a public institution. 
1849. 1078 do. cemetery. 



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283 



1853- 


1 142 


IS54. 


III2 


1855- 


1194 

"95 
1232 




1246 

1275 


1856. 


755 
1073 
1162 


1859. 


S46 


I86I. 


2+S 

333 



1862. 826 



1865. 767 



1869. 



1870. 
1872. 



694 

979 
S96 



7, Percy Street. 

View of St. Peter's from with- 
out the Porta Cavallegiere, 
Rome. 

Interior of Church, Capri, Bay 
of Naples. 

13, Great James Street, 

Bedford Roic. 

Sketch at Eastbourne. 

Portico of Octavia, Rome. 

Ospedale San Giovanni e Pablo, 
Venice. 

All Saints Church, Hastings. 

Crypt under the Chapter House, 
Wells Cathedral. 

Interior of a Kentish Cottage. 

Old house at Ightham, Kent. 

Chapel of the Santa Colonna 
in the church of Santa Pras- 
sede, Rome. 

St. Sauveur, Caen. 

17, Matt/and Park Terrace. 

Ightham Mote House, Kent. 

Eagle Craig, Head of Borrow- 
dale, Cumberland. 

Mont St. Michel, from the 
rampart. 

78, Neunnan Street. 

La Boucherie, Caudebec, Nor- 
mandy. 

8, Myra Villa, 

King Henry's Road. 

A calle in Venice. 

A feast in the church of San 
Michele in Orta, Florence. 

In the old town, Mentone. 

Verona. 



DEANES, Edward Painter. 

4, Grafton Villas, 

Maiden Road. 
537 The proposal. 
305 " Man goeth forth unto his 
work and to his labour until 
the evening." 
22, St. John'' s Wood Road. 
878 The dinner hour. 
1884. 1349 Jenny Deans. 
1352 Nellie. 
1679 The bather. 

1 1 58 Delilah. 
902 Miss Mabel Rimell. 

7, Dilke Street, 

Chelsea Embankment. 
1 521 Mrs. Harington. 

1159 The late Colonel Sir John 
Thursby, Bart. 

1 1 81 Lady Peyton. 

1191 G. J. Thursby, Esq. 



1868. 
1871. 



1876. 



1885. 
1893. 
1895. 



1900. 
1902. 



1903. 975 The late Edmund Havell. 

1904. 1278 Miss M. Stirling. 

DEANES, Mrs. H. Christabella. 

Miniature Painter. 

22, St. John's ]\'ood Road. 
1 88 7. 1113 Baby. 

1895. 1139 Rev. Sir J. L. Hoskyns, Bart. 
23, Baker Street, 

Portman Square. 
1897. 1517 Portrait of a lady. 

DEAR, Miss Mary E Painter. 

47, Mary Street, 

Hampstead Road. 

1848. 128 Studies. 

1849. 905 Portrait. 

23, Robert Street, 

Hampstead Road. 

1850. 152 Playfellows. 

3, Tottenham Court Road. 
1852. 581 The daisy. "Wee modest, 
crimson-tipped flower, etc." 
7, Victoria lioad South, 

Kentish Town. 

1856. 256 Marietta. 

7, Mortimer St., Kentish To2vn. 

1857. 821 The sisters. " No wing of wind 

the region swept, etc." 
1859. 484 R. Dennis Chantrell, Esq. 
F.R.I.B.A. 

DEARDEN, A Painter. 

Woodville, Stroud. 
1873. 1 3 19 John Dearden, Esq. 

DEARE, John Painter. 

Rome. 
1788. 603 Edward I. and Queen Elenor. 

DEARE, Joseph Sculptor. 

1 2, Great St. Helens, 

Bishopsgate. 
1826. 1086 David and Goliah. Thisgroupe 
obtained the gold medal at 
the Royal Academy, 1825. 

1828. 1206 Bust of a gentleman. 

58, Great Russell Street. 

1829. 1154 Bust of John Aston Key, Esq. 
1 157 do. a gentleman. 

38, Essex Street, Strand. 

1830. 1180 Bust of Thomas Kearsey, Esq. 

18, Hart Street, Bloomsbury. 

1 83 1. 1 1 31 Historical group: Virginius 

and Virginia. "Appius be- 
ing captivated by the extreme 
beauty of Virginia, in order 
to obtain the gratification of 
his excited passion, publicly 
condemned her to be the 



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Deare, Joseph — continued. 

slave of one of his ministers, 
but Virginius, with the most 
poignant anguish, took his 
almost expiring daughter to 
his arms, and happening to 
be near the shops that sur- 
rounded the forum, he 
snatched up a knife that lay 
on the shambles, and ad- 
dressing his daughter, ' My 
dearest — lost child!' cried 
he; 'this alone can preserve 
your honour and freedom ! ' 
So saying, he buried the 
weapon in her breast ; and 
then holding it up, reeking 
with the blood of his daugh- 
ter, ' Appius ! ' he cried, ' by 
this blood of innocence I 
devote thy head to the in- 
fernal gods ! '" 

1831. 1136 Bust of a gentleman. 

J22I do. Mr. Francis B. Thomas. 
1 23 1 do. the late Thomas Low- 
ten, Esq. 

1832. mo' Bust of the Rev. H. S. Cot- 

ton. 
1 1 23 do. a gentleman. 



John Painter. 

Delafield House, Jersey . 
On the Irthing, Gilsland, Cum- 
berland. 
4, Selwood Terrace, Brampton. 
On the East Llynn, Devon — 

early, morning. 
A bit of Cumberland. 

I, Cheyne Walk. 
Hafod lap. North Wales. 
Evening on the Machno, North 

Wales. 
A mountain stream. 
Trout stream in Wales. 
An old well in Jersey. 
The mill pool. 
Sunday morning. 

I, Great Vine Street. 
A Welsh river. 

67, Margaret Street. 
Peat gatherers — North Wales. 
The bird minder. 

7, Great Portland Street. 
The lost shoe. 
A Surrey lane. 
The cornfield. 
A mountain stream. 

6, Wells Street 
Sundown. 



DEARLE, 


1852. 


>^5 


1853- 


306 




1016 


1854. 


86 




191 


i8ss- 
1856. 


1249 
686 
1369 
1 1 30 




1207 


1857. 


464 


1862. 


23 


1863. 


507 


1864. 
1865. 

1866. 


582 

4>3 
489 
566 



1867. 155 



27, Beacon Hill, Camden Rd. 

1870. 466 Market morning. 

187 1. 49 Rush cutting on the Thames. 



DEARLE, 



1872. 
1875- 


44 
150 


1876. 


217 




324 


1878. 


654 


1880. 


Sio 
1428 


I88I. 


597 
816 


1884. 


977 
1025 



1885. 1365 



1887. ..77 

1888. 1287 

1891. 956 
1898. 1019 

1900. 582 

1167 



John H Painter. 

27, Beacon Hill, Camden Rd. 
The burn. 
Ferrying sheep : Moulsford, 

upper Thames. 

26, Queen's Arms Buildings. 
Gathering vraic: St. Aubyn's 

Bay, Jersey. 
A straw barge. 

Cliff Cottage, ]Vinchelsea. 
Gathering sheep, Winchelsea. 
14, Portland Terrace, 

Regenfs Park. 
Across the marshes to Rye. 
Hay carting — Winchelsea, Sus- 
sex. 
A bye path. 
Haytime in Sussex. 
At close of day. 
The valley of the Avon, Hants 

— the Isle of Wight in the 

distance. 
In the valley of the Avon, near 

Christchurch, Hants. 
The Retreat, 

Pir bright, Woking. 
Pirbright Common — cottagers 

cutting litter. 
Pirbright Common. 
In the gloaming. 
The port of Maldon, Essex: 

barge under repair. 
Where brook and streamlet 

meet. 
Pirbright Common, Surrey. 



DEARMAN, Miss Elizabeth J. 

Painter. 

24, Hereford Place. 
397 Barley field, with figures. 
147 Cottage. 

2, Clarence Place, Cambemvell. 
103 Landscape and figures. 
610 Little playfellows. 

32, Adding ton Place. 
663 Landscape. 



1828. 
1829. 

1831. 
1835- 

1845. 



DEARMAN, John Painter. 

24, Hereford Row. 

1824. 314 Head of a favourite dog. 

1825. 217 Boy and sheep — sunset. 
1828. 57 A sketch. 

261 Landscape. 



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21, Hereford Place. 

1829. 259 Landscapefrom a description in 

Thomson's " Seasons " of an 

evening scene after a rainy 

day in spring. 

1S32. 353 Cattle in a farmyard. 

2, C/arence Place. 
i833' 354 Farmyard with cattle and 
figures. 

1834. 287 Brook scene with cattle and 

figures. 

1835. 296 Cattle and figures in a land- 

scape. 

1836. 202 Heath scene with cattle and 

figures. 

5, Bedford Roiv. 
1S38. 405 Landscape with cattle and 
figures. 
\Z, Hill Street, Walworth. 

1842. 705 Notley Brook, Bucks, with 

cattle and figures. 

1843. 348 Spring scene with cattle and 

figures. 

1844. 383 Heath scene, with shepherd un- 

folding sheep. 
1096 Homestead with cattle — even- 
ing. 
I o, Leicester Place, 

Albany Road, Kent Road. 

1845. 73 Spring scene with cattle and 

figures. 

168 Lane scene with cattle and 
figures. 

441 Brook scene with cows. 

443 Homestead with horses — even- 
ing. 

608 Horses, etc., in a straw yard. 
St. Leonards Cottage, Brighton. 

1846. 236 Cart horses watering — West- 

moreland scenery. 
316 Homestead with cattle. 
323 Lane scene with cattle. 
1 178 Landscape with cows. 
27, Carlton Cottages, 

Southwark. 

1847. 27 Watering horses. 

198 Cattle piece — evening. 
1125 Horses and figures by a cottage 

door. 
1139 Lane scene with cattle. 

1848. 22 Cattle — a Spring scene. 

380 Landscape with cattle — even- 
ing. 
1 161 Cattle passing along a sandy 
lane. 
27, Brunswick Street, 

Dover Road. 

1849. 203 Ulleswater Lake, Westmore- 

land, with cattle. 
367 Brook scene with cows. 



1849. 


1 1 35 Horses watering— afternoon. 


1850. 


123 In a Devonshire forest. 




1 23 1 Cattle in a straw yard. 


I85I. 
1852. 


Shere, near Guildford. 
883 Cattle in a farmyard. 
1246 Gravel Pits Farm with cattle, 




near Shiere, Surrey. 


1853- 


81 A farmyard bit. 
491 A fisherman's cottage. 
1230 Evening — sunshine after a 




shower. 


1854. 


119 Cattle — Chil worth, Surrey. 
544 Groupof Cattle — Christchurch, 
Hants. 


1855- 
1856. 


165 Cottage in a sandy lane. 

547 Twilight — cattle reposing. 

73, High Street, Guildford. 

548 Evening. 



DEARMAN, Miss M. A Painter. 

2, Clarence Place, Camlier^c'ell. 
1837. 305 View on Hayes Common. 



DEARMER, Thomas Painter. 

81, Dean Street. 

1842. 894 A forest scene. 

1843. 180 The Prize: scene on the beach, 

Suffolk. 
455 On the River Stour; Dedham 
church in the distance. 
2, James Street, Haymarket. 

1844. 489 On the river Stour, near Ded- 

ham, Suffolk. 

1845. 90 Kenilworth Castle. 

1846. 260 Watermill at Arundel, Sussex. 
472 Dunster castle and town, 

Somersetshire. 

1847. 356 The mouth of the Exe, Devon. 
390 Kenilworth. 

604 Higher Street, Dartmouth, 
Devon. 

1848. 613 Kingswear ferry, Dartmouth 

Cove. 
627 Rochester Castle and bridge. 
1851. 1189 A Normandy ferry boat. 

3, Greek Street, Soho. 

1853. 1248 Part of the old moat, Tunbridge 

Castle, Kent. 

Oxford Lodge, Gilston Road. 

1854. 1257 Fairlight Glen near Hastings. 

1855. 665 Magpie Island near Henley-on- 

Thames. 
5, Arragon Villas, Tivickenham. 
1858. 553 The old monastic mill which 
stood beneath Arundel 
Castle. 
Somerset House, 

Carlton Road, Kilburn. 
1863. 388 At Valle Crucis, Llangollen, 
North Wales. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Dearmer, Thomas — continued. 

1863. 501 Ferry boat near Arona, Lago 

Maggiore. 

1864. 39 The Weir at Maidenhead, with 

Cliefden, the seat of the 
Duchess of Sutherland, in 
the distance. 
1 866. 14+ A hawthorn bush —scene on the 
Thames near Medmenham. 



DEARN, T Architect. 

Great Queen Street. 

1798. 935 Design for a shooting box. 
969 do. mausoleum. 

5, Paradise Row, Lambeth. 

1799. 992 Design for the principal front 

of a mausoleum. 



DEARN, T. D. W Architect. 

5, Catherine Street. 

1806. 819 Interior of a cemetery. 

882 A frame with six designs; a 
cenotaph in memory of 
Marquis Cornwallis, etc. 
10, Charles Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1807. 982 Design for a public building. 

1808. 330 Tomb of Geraldus in the Castle 

court of St. Davids. 
836 Design of Attwaters, Kent, the 

seat of J. D. Mercer, Esq. 
851 do. do. do. 

Cranbrook, Kejit. 
1828. 557 View in the interior of the 

church of St. Mary Key, 

Ipswich. 
580 Interior of the parish church of 

Tuddenham near Ipswich. 



DEBAINES, Alfred Brunet. See B, 
page 321, vol. i. 

DE BARD, Chevalier L. C....Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 797- 754 Fruit. 
1082 Grapes. 

42, King Street, Coven t Garden. 

1800. 593 Double narcissus and Lilly of 

the valley. 
621 A branch of lilach. 
623 Holly oak. 

II, Dean Street, Soho. 

1801. 515 The horse chesnut in blossom. 

1802. 336 A branch of lilac from nature. 
339 Moths and butterflies from 

nature. 



DE BAY, Jean Baptiste Joseph. 

Painter. 

{No address in index, but he lived at 

Nantes. ) 
1841. 1232 Le monde en repos. 

DE BEAUPRE, A. Bastien... Painter. 

13, Rue des Filles 

du Calvaire, Paris. 
1884. 1449 Peniches au Quai d'Orsay a 
Paris. 

DE BEAUREPAIRE, Mademoiselle. 
Miniature Painter. 

79, Baker Street. 
1804. 551 A study: a lady meditating in 
a grotto. 
547 A lady and two children. 
683 A frame containing nine minia- 
tures: Signora Grassini and 
General Dumourier and 
others. 

33, Old Bond Street. 

18 16. 733 Lady Petre, Hon. Miss Burrell, 

Lady de Somery, and two 
others. 

1817. 773 Portrait of a child. 
776 do. lady. 

778 B. West, Esq., P.R.A. 
8.8 G. Hubert, Esq. 
819 Portrait of a lady. 
835 Portraits of two children of E. 
Chalmers, Esq. 

37, Devonshire Street. 

18 18. 705 Portrait of a French young 

lady. 
706 Portrait of a young lady. 
721 do. Mrs. Gollop. 
734 do. the lady of R. 

Spankie, Esq., Advocate 

General, Calcutta. 
799 Portrait of the eldest daughter 

of P. Chalmers, Esq. 
804 Portrait of G. Gollop, Esq. 
833 do. a lady. 

9 1, New Bond Street. 

1819. 753 Sketch of Miss A. Burchell. 
780 Portrait of a lady. 

937 do. do. 
963 do. do. 
{Now Madame de Beaurepaire.) 

1820. 514 Portrait of Madame la Com- 

tesse de la Belinaye. 

30, Portland Street. 
1822. 468 Portrait of a lady. 

DE BENGY PUY VALLEE, 

Georges Sculptor. 

4, Rue Robert Etienne, Paris. 
1890. 1959 Lady Lamb; bust, marble. 



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DEBILLEMONT, Gabrielle 
(Madame Chardon). 

Miniature Painter. 

7, Rice Nouvclk, Paris. 
1897. 1520 A young woman from Cotes 
du Nord. 
1522 Portrait of my grandmother. 
15+9 Two old Burgundians: man 

and wife. 
1566 Miss M. C. 
1574 Study of two brunettes. 
15S2 M. E. C. 

DE BIONVILLE, C. A. C. See Mor- 
ris and De Bionville. 

DE BISEAU, A Painter. 

31, Sigdon Road, Hackney. 
18S0. 53 "On roof and fields, the snow." 

DE BLAAS, Eugene Painter. 

E. Blass, 6, Albemarle Street. 
1875- 597 A festa day. 

Royal Academy, Venice. 

1882. 370 A Venetian convent in the 

eighteenth century. 

1883. 26 Sisters. 
208 Flirtation. 

1884. 423 After church. 
S39 Secrets. 

E. de Blaas, cjo Tooth and Son, 
Haymarket. 

1885. 1050 Vexation. 
1055 The Proposal. 

cjo T. McLean, 7, Haymarket. 

1886. 758 The flower Merchant.' 

cjo Messrs. Tooth, 

5, Haymarket. 

1887. ion Venetian fruit seller. 

1890. 1062 Scandal. 

1 89 1. 301 Admiration. 

DE BLOCK, Eugene Painter. 

1845. 505 Sportsman going out. 

DE BLOEME, H. A Painter. 

The Hague. 
1856. 4 Sketch of a child. 

DEBLOIS, Charles Theodore. 

Engraver. 

5, Percy Street. 
1877. 1243 Manon Lescaut. After J. Ber- 
trand ; etching. 

5, Haymarket. 

1888. 1628 Interviewing the member — 

after Erskine Nicol, A.R.A. 



DE BRACKELEER, J Sculptor. 

2, Southampton Buildings. 
1874. 1575 Ready for the ball; terra- 
cotta. 
1604 Leda and the swan. 



DE BREANSKI, Alfred Painter. 

Arthur House, Greenwich. 
1872. 1059 Evening. " Softly falls the even 
light, etc." 
1C62 A shady stream. 

Llantysilio House, Lewisham. 
1873- 59 The Valley of the Llugwy, 
North Wales. 
197 "The sun descends, etc." 
364 Sunshine and showers — Llyn-y- 

Ddinas, North Wales. 
41S Summer-time by the riverside. 
441 A fall at Pen-y-Benglog, Fran- 
gon Valley, North Wales. 
1S74. 88 A Berkshire lane. 

136 Gipsies encamping in a birch 

wood. 
144 The banks of the Thames, 

Cookham meadows. 
289 Rhayadr-y-Wennol; The Swal- 
low Falls. 
460 September. 

1875. 151 " Mid sunshine and shower." 

6, Lime Villas, Lewisham. 

1876. 417 A sunny lane. 

1877. 213 Heysham, Morecambe Bay. 

1878. 370 A backwater of the Thames. 

" When evening twilight 

gathers round." 
378 River, with houses. 
596 Marlow Valley. 

Hedsor View, Cookham. 

1879. 397 The Water hen's haunt. 

1362 "Sunlight sheen and shadows 
cool." 

1880. 6 Shades of Evening. 
35 Cookham Ferry. 

71 " Neath o'erhanging boughs." 
488 The limpid stream. 
682 The farmhouse on the heath. 
76S A Berkshire farm — Clieveden 

Valley. 
839 A Berkshire farm. 

1881. 27 A summer's day. 
396 Stilly eve. 

734 River pastures. 

1882. 930 A Thames hamlet. 

Glendall Church Road, 

Forest Hill. 
1884. 96 Loch Katrine at Stronach- 
lacher. 
459 Autumn leaves. 
563 A peaceful Valley. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



De Breanski, Alfred — continued. 

Arno Cotie, Luton Place, 

Greenwich. 

1885. iji Phillimore Island, Shiplake. 
227 Henley regatta. 

1097 Burnham Beeches. 

1886. 106 Marlow Lock — autumn, even- 

ing. 
643 Where the waterlilies grow. 
Hogarth Club, 

27, Albemarle Street. 

1887. 992 Clifton Downs. 

2, Hanover Square. 

1888. ii6 In the sweet springtime. 

1020 "Softly falls the even light 
amongst the wooded trees." 

1889. 1 149 The springtime of the year. 

1890. 164 "The sun descends, all sounds 

of discourse cease, etc." 

DE BREANSKI, Alfred, Junr. 

Painter. 
II, Robert Street, 

Regent's Park. 
1904. 667 Fiesole. 

DE BREANSKI, Gustave ... Painter. 

1878. 284 Storm clearing off: " A wreck ! " 
72, Waterloo Road. 
1880. 90 Boats coming in — morning. 
373 Luggers going out. 

Cookliam, Berks. 
1882. 604 A gale — Romsey Quay. 

2, Douglas Villas, Lee. 
1885. 896 Seaton Bay. 

938 Peel Harbour. 
1887. 463 In a gale — Isle of Man. 

DE BREDA, Charles Frederick. 

Painter. 

57, Dean Street, Soho. 

1788. 17 Portrait of a gentleman (a 

head). 
57 Portrait of Mr. John Ledyard, 
who has undertaken to travel 
round the world on foot. 

163 Mr. Woods of the Theatre 
Royal at Edinburgh, in the 
character of Velasquez. 

197 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 
quarters. i^Sir IV. Cham- 
bers.) 

240 Portrait of a clergyman; Kit- 
cat. 

254 Portrait of a Swedish Gentle- 
man. 

67, Charlotte Street. 

1789. 163 Portrait of a young lady. 

263 do. clergyman. I^Rev. 

Mr. Clarkson.) 



1789. 407 



415 

(Royal 

1790. 38 



150 



of a Swedish gentle- 
nstructing a negro 





•75 




178 




198 




252 




399 


I79I. 


46 




43 > 


1792. 


39° 


1793- 


i7> 



1794. 



1795. 271 

(Painter 

1796. 429 



Portrait 
man i 
Prince. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Academy of Stockholm.) 

Elevation of the Host; a por- 
trait. {Mr. Berrington, Ca- 
tholic Bishop of London.) 

Portrait of a foreign noble- 
man. (Baron Nolken or Nol- 
likins.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
B. Langton.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Benjamin Letrobe.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Salomon, a ?nusician.) 

Portrait of a lady. {Miss Sha7ii.) 
do. French nobleman's 
daughter. 

Portrait of Madame Gautherot. 

The little Greek scholar; a 
portrait. 

Portrait of the late Sir Joshua 
Reynolds. 

70, St. James's Street. 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Bolton.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
IVatt.) 

Portrait of a Swedish nobleman 
in the national dress. 

Portrait of a lady of quality. 

4, York Street, 

Queen Ann Street. 

Portrait of the ambassador from 
the Sublime Porte. 

to the King of Sweden.) 

Portrait of a lady. 



DE BRISAY, Miss Marguerite. 

Sculptor. 

1 1 , Brad more Road, Oxford 

1892. 19S9 Autumn; relief, wax. 

1893. 1689 Erin; relief 

DE BRUYN, H Painter. 

29, Little Castle Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1793- ^7 Portrait of a gentleman. {Dr. 
Weestall.) 
85 Portrait of an artist. {Darley 
or De Bruyn.) 

66, Ne7tjman Street. 
1794. 100 Portrait of a gentleman. 
279 The antique Academy. 
29, Little Castle Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
iTg^. 283 Portrait of an artist. 

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DE BRUYN, Jos Sculptor. 

1 8, Bloomfield Square, Phnlko. 
1S71. \izo Abundance. 

12, Stanley Place. 
1872. 1552 Boyhood. 
1874. 1621 The young sailor. 

178, Buckingham Palace Road. 

1880. 165S Summer; bust, terra-cotta. 

1 88 1. 1527 Spring; bust, terra-cotta. 

27, Hugh Street, Belgravia. 

1882. 1562 Portrait of a lady; bust, marble. 

7, Cluff Cottages, 

Elizabeth Street, Pimlico. 
1 89 1. 19+0 Mr. Vinoelst; bust. 
1893. 1783 The Sailor boy; bust. 

DE BRUYN, Theodore Painter. 

29, Little Castle Street, 

Oxford Market. 
1773. 27 A Landscape and figures. 
1775. 92 do. cattle and figures. 

1780. 61 Landscape and figures. 

1781. 179 do. figures and cattle. 

1782. 195 do. and figures. 

1783. 199 Landscape. 
17S8. 107 View in Holland. 

1789. 126 Cattle and figures. 
190 do. do. 

1790. 108 View of the mansion of Panis- 

hill, taken from the Park, 
the seat of B. Bond Hop- 
kins, Esq. 
115 Do. from Cobham Bridge. 

1791. 371 View of the lake, towards the 

Tower and Hermitage, at 
Paris Hill. 
444 View of the lake towards the 
new bathing house at Paris- 
hill. 

1792. 135 Landscape and figures. 
329 A snowpiece. 

1793. II A Landscape, cattle and figures. 
1795. 276 View in Buckinghamshire. 
1797. 736 Landscape and figures. 

785 A winter scene. 

1799. 259 A landscape and figures. 

536 A View from Donnington Park, 
Leicestershire. 

1800. 256 View near Rochford, Essex. 

1801. 187 Landscape — cattle and figures. 

1802. 23 Alandscape — cattle and figures. 

1803. 14 do. do. do. 

DE BYLANT, A Painter. 

12, Park Pood, Pegent's Park. 
1853. 563 A winter scene near Cleves. 

Count A. De Bylant, 

33, Brompton Crescent. 
1858. S64 Sheep. 



388, Euston Road. 
1861. 344 The approaching storm. 
1863. 710 Evening. 
1866. 53 Hay harvest. 
1869. 470 Market morning. 

29, Bol saver Street. 
1874. 153 The ferry— market morning. 

DECAISNE, Henri Painter. 

Paris. 

1830. 4S5 Madame Malibran Garcia in 

the character of Desdemona. 



DE CAMBRUZZL 
page 384. 



Sec C, vol. i., 



DECAMP, E. M Painter. 

Paris. 
1834. 201 The Convalescent Dogs. 
202 Le Mendiant. 
395 Bitch defending her young. 
461 A Greek woman. 
478 A Greek. 

DE CARLE, R. Brettingham. 

Sculptor. 
Stangate Street, Laml'cth. 
1785. 36S Portrait of a child. 

4S2 do. lady; in wax. 

573 do. do. 

DE CARNE, H. ... Miniature Painter. 

5, Rathbone Place. 
1801. 719 Miss Frederick. 

63, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1821. 923 Portrait of a lady. 

DE CARRIE, Mrs. See C, vol. i., 
page 404. 

DE CASTRO, Harry M Painter. 

22, Prince of 1 Vales' Terrace. 
1880. 935 A mountain stream. 
1474 Drear November. 

II, Hinde Street, Manchester. 

1884. 1650 The moorhen's haunt. 

1885. 458 Early spring. 

DE CASTRO, Miss Mary B. 

Miniature Painter. 

Mortlake. 
1892. 1364 Muriel, youngest daughter of 
Daniel de Castro, Esq. 
6, William Street, 

Lowndes Square. 
1897. 1509 D. de Castro, Esq. 

p p 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



DE CASTRO, Mrs Painter. 

Ayliffe Street, 

Goodman's Fields. 

1777. 43 A flower piece; a drawing. 

1778. +0 Two paintings of flowers, in 

water colours. 

DE CASTRO, P. P Painter. 

Madrid. 

1872. S74 Os Picoes, at Cintra, Portugal. 
889 Mata de Bussaco, Portugal. 

12, Lower Seymour Street. 

1873. 763 Forest of palm trees at Elche, 

Spain. 

DE CAZENOVE, Simon. 

Miniature Painter. 
189, Regent Street. 
1856. 864 M. de Cazenove. 

870 Miss Cushman. 

871 Miss Hayes. 

DE CHAIR, R. B. 

Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1785. 27a Portrait of the widow of the 
late General Wentworth in 
the 9 2d year of her age. 
369 A frame with five portraits. 

DE CHAMBRULARD, J. 

Miniature Painter. 
10, Green Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 

1799. 693 Portrait of the Rev. Mr. Bels- 

hams, 

1800. 8i6 Miss Jackson. 
830 Fancy head. 

847 Maddlle. de Ferron. 
22, Woodstock Street, 

New Bond Street. 
1802. 707 Mr. Pietri. 

DE COCK, Cesar Painter. 

1869. 209 A Norman landscape. 

DE COOL, Madame Delphine. 

Enamel Painter. 

89, Rue de Rennes, Paris. 

1879. 1314 Souvenirs du Pays. 

1880. 1358 Elevation of the Cross. After 

Rubens; Limoges enamel. 



"359 



Limoges enamel. 



1881. 1279 Portrait of a young girl; on 
enamel. 
1282 Mater dolorosa; Limoges 
enamel. 



DE CORT, Henry Painter. 

(Royal Academy at Paris and Painter to the 
Prince de Conde.) 

44, Bury Street, St. James's. 

1790. 56 View of the Maritime Corn- 

market at Antwerp. 
69 View of the canal at Brussells — 

near Vilvoorden. 
162 View of the painted chamber: 

old Palace yard. 

166 View of the canal at Brussells. 

167 View on the top of Highgate 

Hill. 
186 View of the painted chamber: 

old Palace Yard. 
413 View of the castle of Baten 

Burgh, in Holland. 

1 791. 12 View of Hadly Castle, Essex. 
69 Berkwick church, Font hill 

Bishop, Wiltshire. 

114 View of Windsor Castle from 

Eton. 
203 Lord Cremorn's seat, Chelsea. 
217 View of an old gate at the 

Castle of Namur. 
253 The monument of Francis 

Floris in the church of the 

Franciscans at Antwerp. 
421 View of Font-hill in Wiltshire. 

1792. 33 Gnoll Castle, Glamorganshire, 

the seat of Sir Robert Mack- 
worth. 
57 The cascade of Knoll Castle, 

Glamorganshire. 
71 The tower, a banquetting house 
at Gnoll Castle, Glamorgan- 
shire. 
185 Fish pond — Gnoll Castle, Gla- 
morganshire. 
iSS Neaths and Gnoll's Castles in 
Glamorganshire. 

50, Neiv Bond Street. 

1794. 137 St. Catherine's Chapel; near 

Guildford, Surrey. 
257 Castle Acre Abbey; near 

Swaffham, Norfolk. 
269 Beeston Castle, Cheshire. 
293 The river Towy, Caermarthen- 

shire. 

1795. " Bury Pommeroy Castle, 

Devon. 
24 Exeter Cathedral, Devon. 
47 View of the Bishop's palace at 

Wells. 
103 Hever Castle, Anne Bullen's 
residence, Kent. 

115 Part of Glastonbury Abbey. 
202 Coombe bank, Kent 

275 Ugbrook Park, Chudleig, 
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1795. 2S8 Part of Ely Buildings, Cam- 

bridge. 

1 6, Old Bond Street. 

1796. 2 Corf Castle, Isle of I'urbeck, 

Dorset. 
22 East view of Wells Cathedral, 

Somerset. 
41 Aberdyllais Bridge, Glamorgan. 
66 Conway Castle, North Wales. 
97 Litdfort Vale, Devon. 
14s The Dartmore hills and river 

Ting, Devon. 

308 Eley Cathedral. 

359 Lullworth Castle, Dorset. 
431 Penrice Castle, Glamorgan. 
453 Twickenham. 
514 Assyrius' tomb: ruined aile of 

St. David's, Pembrook. 
804 The effects of the storm, the 

14th October last; Gitsham, 

Devon. 

154, Neiv Bend Street. 

1797. 54 Winchester College, Hants. 

90 Crowcomb Bridge, Teign 

Bridge, Devon. 
176 The Mill and Manobeer Castle, 

Pembrokeshire. 
287 Salisbury Cathedral, Wilts. 
313 The Tomb of Gray, Stoke 

Pogis, Bucks. 
62S St. Thomas's, Salisbury, Wilts. 

1798. 9S A study, after the Tower Gate 

at Darlington, Arthur Cham- 
pernown, Esq., Devon. 
264 A Miller's cottage in the Isle 
of Purbeck, with Corf Castle 
in the distance. 

309 Chffden Ruins, near Taplow 

Court and Maidenhead 
Bridge ; mentioned by 
Pope. " In Cleveden's 
proud alcove, etc." 
The entrance of Nork, Lord 
Arden's, near Epsom, Surrey. 

1799. 18S Cary Castle in Pembrokeshire. 

9, JIanoverSt., Hanover Sgu are. 

1800. 87 Gesterdallas Water fall, Breck- 

nockshire. 

278 Castle Howard, Yorkshire; 
the seat of Earl Carlisle. 

545 Carykennon Castle, Caermar- 
thenshire. 
i8or. 42 Pembroke Castle. 

164 Runnymead, between Staines 
and Old Windsor, called 
King John's Isle or Magna 
Charta Isle, on the River 
Thames. 

5 28 A remarkable old oak in Bur- 
ton Park, Sussex. 



3-9 



I Sot. 618 Farnham Castle, in Surrey. 

680 Ruins of the King's tower in 

the castle of Knaresborough, 

Yorkshire. 
1803. 38 Croconib Vale, near the river 

Tyngh, with an additional 

gothic bridge, Devonshire. 

DE DAUBRAWA, W. Henry. 

Painter. 

10, Trevor Square. 

1842. 1261 An officer of the 2nd regiment 

of Life Guards, with the new 
regulation Helmet. 

1843. 637 A chief of the tribe of Jakram 

Beloochees, as seen in the 
Bolan Pass, during the Ca- 
bool campaign of 1839, from 
sketches by Captain Portans, 
Bombay Army. 

1844. 464 Sketch in Hyde Park. 

I, New Charlton Villas, 

IVoo'wk/i. 
18.19. 427 Costume of the Gloucester- 
shire Yeomanry Cavalry. 

DEDHAM —should be Denhani ; 
printed Dedham in error, vol. i., 
page 40. See Denham. 

DE DREUY, Alfred Painter. 

30, Onsloiv Square. 
1S50. 577 Portraits of Lady Alice and 
Lady Adelaide, daughters 
of the Earl of EUesmere. 

II, Grosvenor Place. 
1851. Sio Portraits of the children of 
Collin Dunlop, Esq. 

DEDRICK Painter. 



181 



Landscape. 



DEEBLE, W Painter. 

34, Chapel Street, Pentonville. 

1814. 693 West front of Canterbury 

Cathedral. 

728 Tomb of Archbishop Meo- 

pham, St. Anselm's Chapel, 

Canterbury Cathedral. 

DEERING, John Peter, R.A. (for- 
merly John Peter Gandy, A.R.A.; 
he changed his name to Deering in 
1827 on acquiring an estate in 

Buckinghamshire) Architect. 

2 1 , Regent's Street. 
1828. 1042 Elevation of the west end of a 
house for a nobleman for 
Park Lane. 



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Deering, John Peter, R.A. 
1829. 1 



continued. 
Entrance front for Broom 
Hall, the seat of the Earl of 
Elgin. 
1S30. 1152 Principal portal of entrance to 
the great hall, now building 
in the Strand for religious 
and charitable purposes. 
40, South Street, Park Lane. 
969 Shrubland Park, the seat of 
Sir William Middleton, Bart. 
9S1 New lodge to liurghley, the site 
of the Marquis of E.\eter, 
K.G., etc. 

1038 The Ruins of the Temple of 
Venus at Aphrodeisias in 
Caria, made for the Dilet- 
tanti Society in 1811-1813. 

1039 The Hippodrome at Aphro- 
deisias in Caria. 

looS Shrubland Park, etc. 

(Elected R.A. in 1S38.) 

{Sec J. P. Gandy, A.R.A.) 



1831. 
1S32. 



1833- 



DEEY, 

1829. 

1840. 

1843. 
1844. 
1846. 
1847. 
1848. 
1849. 
1850. 
1852. 

1853- 
1854. 

1855- 
1856. 

1857- 
1858. 
1859. 
i860. 
1861. 
1863. 
1868. 



Rev. William Painter. 

90, Charlotte Street. 
631 Portrait of a lady. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
337 Study of a girl's head. 

4 Portrait of a child. 
982 do. lady. 

159 Orpah. 

150 Portrait of a child. 
674 do. lady. 

253 A study. 
209 Tranquillity. 
589 Childhood. 

83 The lesson. 
1208 Returning from the Sunday 

School. 
188 A parochial schoolboy. 

47 Alice. 

98 "Isabella." 
251 A portrait, 
no Childhood. 
124 Girl at the spring. 
3 Will you buy my flowers? 

40 Mary. 
326 Amy. 



DE FABECK, La Baronne. See F. 

DE FEYL, Madame Painter. 

131, Park Street, W. 
1864. 1S6 Study of a Flemish head. 

DE FLEURY, J Painter. 

1 10, Aldersgate Street. 
1799. 416 The flower Girl. 



1799. 85S 



1800. 36S 
3S3 



399 
500 
641 

783 

1801. 478 

489 

494 
496 
6oi 
618 

1S02. 490 
570 

1803. 335 



1S04. 636 



827 



IS06. 


429 




814 




826 




S93 


IS07. 


3+8 




5-0 




671 


1808. 


548 




650 




663 




691 




692 


1809. 


4S9 




5z8 


I8I0. 


466 




510 




539 




540 



Foldath, a Scottish chief, an 
enemy of Fingal, invoking 
the spirits of his fathers in 
the Cave Mona to foretell 
his future destiny. Vide Fol- 
dath, a poem by Dudley in 
imitation of Gray. 

59, Red Lion Street, 

Clerkenwell. 

Angling. 

The rage of the Marquis Dun- 
garron at discovering his 
sister with young Buchannon 
in a cave. Vide the novel of 
the Beggar Girl. 

The Bird's nest. 

Benevolence. 

Travellers. 

The fortune-teller. 

Christmas Carol. 

Cottage children. 

The gleaners. 

St. Alban's abbey. 

View near St. Albans. 

The supper. 

The sweeper's boy. 

Pont Abber Glass y Lynn. 

Salisbury Cathedral and part 
of the City. 

Snowdon from Llynian Manil, 
near Clynog, Carnarvon- 
shire. " The horizontal 

sun Broad o'er the south, 
etc." 

Part of the village of Prittle- 
well, Essex. 

Helmsley Bridge, Yorkshire. 

Rippon minster, do. 

Rivan Abbey, do. 

Haymakers, 

Conway Castle. 

Battle abbey gate, Sussex. 

Bethgellert bridge, Caernarvon- 
shire. 

Knaresborough Castle. 

Distant view of London. 

View looking to Pentmorfu 
and Traeth Bach. 

Nettley Abbey, Hants, 
do. do. 

Festiniog Vale. 

Part of Llanberris Lake, with 
Dolbardon tower. 

The fisherman. 

Scene on the River Lee near 
the bridge. 

Ruins at Christchurch, Hamp- 
shire. 

Entrance to Carisbrook Castle, 
Isle of Wight. 



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293 



abbey, Monmouth- 
Palace from Mill- 



181 1. 299 Tintern 

shire. 
411 Lambeth 

bank. 
413 View of Part of Goodrich 

Castle, Monmouthshire. 
760 Scene on Millbank. 

181 2. 46S Belvedere House, the seat of 

Lord Eardley. 
687 Conway Castle, Caermarthen- 

shire. 
740 Caerphilly Castle, Glamorgan- 
shire. 
2, Harrison Street, 

Gray's Inn Road. 

1813. 694 Ragland Castle. 

Upper North Place, 

Grav's Inn Road. 

Dunkeld. 

Kilgarron Castle. 

The Vale of Festiniog, Merion- 
ethshire. 

A scene in Oatlands Park. 

The soldier's widow. 

Worcester Cathedral. 

The Watering place. 

View of Gloucester Cathedral. 

View of Hereford Cathedral 
and bridge. 

Youthful pastime. 

The flower girl. 

View of part of the City of 
Worcester. 

Cobham Bridge, Surrey. 

An overshot mill near Aberyst- 
with. 
794 Scene near Pont Neath Vechan . 



ibi4. 


42 




i+S 


1S15. 


26 




359 


i8i6. 


454 


1817. 


J 




I 12 




813 




S76 


1818. 


619 


1819. 


473 




1003 


1821. 


431 


1S23. 


79' 



DE FLEURY, J. V Painter. 

Garden Cottage, North End. 
230 Village of Baldock, Herts. 
594 Pallanza, Lake Maggiore. 
6, Lansdowne Villas, 

North End, Fulham. 
237 Desenzano on the lake of 

Gardo, Northern Italy. 
1266 The Valley of Hell, Prussian 

frontiers, Switzerland. 
334 Warwick Castle. 
744 Heidelberg on the Neckar. 
498 Angers on the Maine. 
14, Pembroke Square, 

Kensington. 

1853. 1242 Rocks of Etretal, coast of Nor- 
mandy. 

1854. 1 1 30 Interior, Lower Brittany. 

1855. 285 Lago di Garda, from above 
Dezenzano. 

13 17 A Court yard, Quimper, Brit- 
tany. 



1847. 



1848. 



1850. 
1851. 
1852. 



13, Kensington Crescent. 

1857. 222 The lake of Garda, looking 

towards Peschiera. 

1858. 402 " Intra," Lake Maggiore. 

1 1, Addington Square, Margate. 

1861. 409 The Grand Canal, Venice. 

1862. 313 Dovedale. 

29, St. James's Square, 

Notting Hill. 
1868. 65 The evening hour. 

DE FORGET, Madlle Painter. 

I r , Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 
1798. 856 A vase of Flowers. 

DE FRETAY, Chevalier Painter. 

1798. 730 Portrait of Mrs. Powell's 
children. 

DEFRIES, Miss Lily Painter. 

49, Wigmore Street. 
1899. 488 Early morning: Etaples. 

6, Bramerton Street, Chelsea. 
1904. 478 Etaples fish-women. 

DE GANTES Painter. 

1 2, Mortimer Street. 

1S04. 167 Grapes. 
219 A head. 

502 An old head; in crayons. 
518 A woman's head. 

DE GIOVANNI, Cavaliere G. 

Gem Engraver. 

38, Wellington Street. 

1878. 1539 Plaster model of a flint glass 
tankard, on the surface of 
which is a bas-relief repre- 
senting the training of the 
Infant Bacchus. 

1 88 1. 1463 Four plaster casts of portraits 
on cameo. 

DE GIRARDY, J Painter. 

10, Great Pultney Street. 
1784. 181 Flowers. 
197 do. 

D'EGLOFFSTEIN, Countess von. 

See E. 

DEGRAVE, P Painter. 

1877. 1038 The charity school. 

DE GRIMALDI, William. See G. 



294 



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DE GRONCKEL, Vital Painter. 

Bristol Hold, 

Burling/on Gardens. 
1879. 91 A portrait of a gentleman. 
303 do. do. 

DE GROOT, F. A. B Painter. 

1851. 803 The anxious moment. 

DE GUE'rARD, E Painter. 

Gipps Street East, Me/bourne. 
1865. 1S2 Fall of the Wetterbora creek, 
with the romantic view in 
the Janiisson's Valley, in the 
Blue Mountains between 
Sydney and Bathurst. 

DE GUERIN, Mrs. Anna Lukis. See 
Guerin. 

D'EGVILLE, J Architect. 

1 1 , Percy Street, 

Bedford Square. 
1826. SSi Design for a senate house. 
910 Well in a convent at Rome. 

D'EGVILLE, J. F Painter. 

8, Trafalgar Place. 

1837. 369 View on the North coast of 

Devon. 

15, Brewer Street. 

1838. 1 169 View on the Lago di Garda. 

48, Poland Street. 
1840. 577 Portrait of a lady. 

DE HAAS, J. H. L Painter. 

61, Greek Street. 

1869. 232 Dutch meadow, with cattle. 

51, Bedford Square. 

1870. 210 Early morning. 

1015 Approach of a storm. 

Brussells. 

1871. 178 Le passage du pont. 

161, Piccadilly. 
1874. IC19 Morning in the meadows. 

DEHAUSSY, J.. ..Miniature Painter. 

1848. 625 (No title in catalogue.) 

32, Charles Street, 

Berkeley Square. 

1849. 972 Mrs. Whitmore. 

974 Mr. Edmond St. John Mild- 
may. 
1000 Mr. Richard Fitzroy Somerset. 

1850. 78 Portrait of a lady. 

991 Edmund St. John Mildmay,Esq. 
10 1 7 Lord Alfred Paget, M.P. 
1024 The Marquis of Douro, M.P. 



1851. 1122 Portrait of a gentleman 

1 133 The Hon. Strange Jocelyn. 
1 1 48 The Hon. Lieut. -General 

Lygon, C.B., Knight of St. 

Wladimir. 
1 150 The Hon. Miss Amelia Murray, 

Maid of Honour to Her 

Majesty. 

DE HORMANN, Theodore. 

Painter. 

10, Seilerstatt, J'ienna. 
1890. 910 Fishers at Samois, near Fon- 
tainbleau. 
919 do. do. do. 

DEJANVRY, H. See}. 

DE JONGHE, Gustave Painter. 

Norfolk Lodge, Tulse Hill. 
1875- 9' 5 The birthday wishes. 

DE KERK, W Painter. 

Dort 
1838. 629 A valley on the river Aar in 
Germany, with a waterfall. 

DE KEYSER, J Sculptor. 

1 4, Rue de la Poterte, Brussells. 
1883. 1630 David playing before Saul; 
statue, bronze. 

DE KONINGH, Leendert ... Painter. 

5, Keppel Po7v, New Road. 
1809. 505 A ferryboat with cattle. 

30, East Lane, Walworth. 

1811. 469 The windmill. 

1812. 216 The watering place. 

DE KOSTER, S Painter. 

De Costa, 

7, George Street, Adelphi. 

1800. 690 Portrait of an artist. 

1 7, George Street, Adelphi. 

1801. 557 Mrs. Powell of Drury Lane 

Theatre. 

558 Portrait of a gentleman in the 
St. Clement Dane's Volun- 
teers. 

576 Mr. R. Palmer of Drury Lane 
Theatre. 

DE LABILLIERE, Miss May. 

Painter. 

Ha rrow-on -t he-Hill. 
1S97. 1654 Mrs. Edgar de la Labilliere. 



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DE LA 


COUR, B. 








Miniature Painter. 






Colnaghi and Co., 








Cockspiir Street. 


1S18. 


71\ 


Portrait of . 


\ gentleman. 




S06 


do. 


do. 


1819. 


W 


do. 


do. 




548 


do. 


lady. 




699 


do. 


gentleman. 




821 


do. 


do. 



Walthamslow. 
1824. 449 Portraits of three young ladies. 
767 Portrait of the Widow of 
General Riego. 

Forest Place, Leytonsione. 
1832. 527 Rev. John Simmons, Rector of 
St. Paul's Cray, Kent. 
666 Portrait of a gentleman. 
755 do. a lady. 

773 do. do. 

1841. 579 do. an oriental traveller 

in the costume of Little 
Tibet, with the rock of Iskar- 
doh and the valley of the 
Indus in the background. 

67S Portrait of a lady. 

S79 Mrs. Christopher Hodgson. 

902 Portraits of a gentleman and 
his family. 

1842. 757 Portrait of a gentleman. 
914 Portraits of two sisters. 

937 H. Ro.xby Benson, Esq., 17th 
Lancers. 

lo, Beaumoyit Street. 

1843. 704 Mrs. George Frere, Jun. 
809 Mrs. Gregson. 

872 The two sons of Daniel Gurney, 

Esq., of North Runcton. 
1067 John Baily, Esq. 

DELACOUR, Clovis Sculptor. 

43, Conduit Street. 
1896. 1927 Phoebe and Endymion; me- I 
dallion, ivory. 1 

1901. 174S Andromeda; statuette, ivory. 

105, Neiv Bond Street. 
1903. 1792 Elaine. "The lily maid of 
Astolat"; bust, ivory and 
bronze. 

DE LA COUR-CARROLL, Miss ' 

Jane Sculptor. 

13, Kensington Gate. 
1883. 1646 Bust; terra-cotta. 

DE LA CROIX, Ferdinand Victor 
Eugene Painter. 



1830. 328 The Boar of Ardenne. 



' Wil- 



liam de la Marck, surnamed 
the Boar of Ardenne, at the 



head of a band of partisans, 

takes possession of the Cas- 
tle of the Bishoj) of Liege." 
" De la Marke, in the midst 
of a banquet, causes the 
Bishop to be brought before 
him dressed in his ponti- 
ficals and commands his 
assassination." — Qucntin 
Dur:vard. 

DE LA CROIX, Madame. 

Miniature Painter. 
7, Queen's Gate Terrace. 
1874. 1311 Miss D. C. 

1323 Master Herbert Cooke. 

29, Edith Grove. 

1876. 1205 Mrs. Eustace Sartorius. 
1245 Miss Alice Thompson. 

9, Colchcrns Terrace. 

1877. 1307 Mrs. Alfred Kirby. 

1878. 129; Mdlle. Charlotte Vital-Dubray. 

15, Shrewsbury Road. 
1880. 1407 Ibrahim Tewfik Bey. 

DE LACY, Charles J Painter. 

2, Gordon Place, Ca!nl>eru>ell. 
1S89. 426 Near the Commercial Docks: 
end of a winter day. 
Catnbridge Lodge, Camberivell. 
1893. 548 From sunny climes. 
Sunnydale, 

32, Wesiwell Road, 

Streatham Common. 
1900. 1632 With troops for Table Bay: 
Transport leaving the Royal 
Albert Docks. 

DE LAFAGE, G. L Painter. 

Paris. 
1857. 39S On the Creuse, Limousin. 

611 Forest of Fontainebleau — win- 
ter. 

DE LA FOLLIE, A. Painter. 

25, Thayer Street, 

Manchester Square. 

1857. 1120 Portrait of an artist. 

72, Charlotte Street. 

1858. 339 M. Auquetel. 

1862. 175 Mrs. Saunders Davies and 
child. 

DELAHANTE ... Miniature Painter. 

Hanover Street, 

Hanover Square. 

1798. 824 Portrait of a lady. 

1799. 765 A portrait. 



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DE LA HOULIERE, R Painter. 

(Peintre du Prince du Fonts.) 

30, Poland Street. 
1789. 363 Portrait of a lady. 

511 View of the Mountains of 
Savoy, and the Lake of 
Geneva. 

DE LALAING, J. Painter. 

43, Rue Ducale, BrusseUs. 
1883. 141 Madame Dubois. 

DE LA MARE, A Painter. 

5, Charles St., Clarendon Square. 
1839. 1198 Interior with figures. 

DE LA MORINIERE, F. 

Miniature Painter. 

12, Piccadilly. 
1850. 694 M. le Docteur Pouqueville de 
I'Academie de France. 

DE LA MOTTE, George O. 

Painter. 

Great Marlow. 
1809. 362 Carswell House, near Farring- 
don. 

DE LA MOTTE, Philip Henry, i^5.^. 

Painter. 

Grosvenor Street. 

187 1. 961 West doorway, Iffley church, 

Oxford. 

1872. 1245 Vale Crucis Abbey, North 

Wales. 

DELAMOTTE, William Painter. 

40, Oxford Street. 
1793- 5°9 Portrait of a child. 

1794. 313 Lesbia. FiV/i? Catullus. 

45, Rathbone Place. 

1795. 42 A cottage girl. 

1796. 325 Bala Lake, Merionethshire, 

North Wales. 

1797. 582 A landscape. 

3, High Street, Oxford. 

1798. 442 Thurlmere, with the clearing 

up after a storm, Cumber- 
land. 
712 View of Oxford — sunset. 

1799. 280 Portrait of a Newfoundland 

Dog. 
939 View of Pont Aberglasslyn, 
North Wales. 

1800. 352 High Street, Oxford. 

697 Castle Mill, with the remaining 
Tower of the Castle of Ox- 
ford. 

716 Inside of Tintern Abbey, Mon- 
mouthshire. 



I So I. 443 Llantony Abbey (west front), 
South Wales. 
523 Part of Magdalen College, 0.x- 

ford, with the tower, etc. 
535 Broad Street, Oxford. 
581 Merton Tower, Oxford. 

1802. 498 Dovedale, Derbyshire. "There, 

mid disjointed cliffs, etc." 

1803. 217 The pass of the Aberglasslyn, 

North Wales. 

Great Marloiv, Bucks. 

1804. 330 Conway Castle, North Wales: 

storm coming on. 
331 View of Snowdon, Llanberiss, 

North Wales. 
599 Pont Neuf, Paris, from the 

Quai des Orfevres, with the 

Louvre seen through the 

arches. 

1805. 25 The study of an oak — morning. 

" The grey moss mars his 
rine, etc." 
1809. 263 View in the Vale of Marlow, 

Bucks, with reapers. 
1811. 536 Bisham Hill on the Thames, 
near Great Marlow, Bucks. 
Royal Military College, 

Bagshot. 

1815. 211 Laugham Castle on the river 

Tavy, Caermarthenshire, 

South Wales — autumnal 

morning. 

34S A landscape. 

Royal Military College, 

near Sandhurst. 
18 19. 602 Dutch fishing boats in a fresh 
gale on the Scheldt, near 
Antwerp, 
617 View of Bruges, Flanders. 
635 do. St. Oniers, France. 

do. Antwerp, from St. 
Nicholas Road. 
390 A Mill at Dunkirk. 

Ghent, from the Bruges canal. 
View of Ghent. 
627 A fresh gale on the Flemish 
Coast. 
1822. 453 Goodrich Castle on the Wye, 
Herefordshire. 
461 A scene in Cumberland — even- 
ing. 
1825. 460 Villeneuve on the Lake of 
Geneva, Chateau de Chillon 
in the distance. 
472 Sallanche, Savoy ; Aiguille de 

Varen's in the distance. 
535 Pont Pelissier; the Forest of 
Montanvert and the Aiguille 
duDru in the distance — Cha- 
mounie, Savoy. 



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1525. 547 The junction of the Arve with 

the Arveiron, the forest of 
Montanvert, and Glacier dcs 
Bois, Chamounie, Savoy. 

1526. 452 The Lake of Lowerty, canton 

of Schwytz, Switzerland. The 
foreground is composed of 
the ruins of the Rossberg, a 
mountain which fell in 1806. 

443 Scene in the Valley of Lauter- 
brunn, Switzerland. 

528 The Devil's bridge, St. Got- 
hard. This passage was dis- 
puted by Generals Suwarrow 
and Massena in 1799. 

Bagshot. 

1837. 642 Bridge of arches over the 

Meuse, Liege, Flanders. 
960 Scotch firs; a study in pencil, 
made on the spot, in the 
grounds of the Royal Mili- 
tary College, near Bagshot. 

1838. 565 Conway Castle, North Wales. 
600 The cascade of Staubach in 

the valley of Lauterbrunn, 
Switzerland. " It is neither 
mist nor water, but some- 
thing between both: its im- 
mense height (nine hundred 
feet) gives it a wave or curve 
— a spreading here or a con- 
densation there, wonderful 
and indescribable." — Byron. 
10, Queen's Terrace, Bay S7vater. 

1845. 836 Thepalaceof theTuileries, and 

Pont Royal, Paris. (Sketch 
taken from Pont de la Con- 
cord.) 

1846. 668 A mill near Boppart on the 

Rhine. 

1848. 205 The Valley of Sauterbrounn, 

canton of Berne, Switzer- 
land. 
1258 The Village of Brunnen, can- 
ton of Schwyts, Switzerland. 

1849. 155 Chalet, in the village of Lauter- 

brunn, Switzerland. 

1850. 1029 Oxford, from the path leading 

to South Hinksey. 

DELANE, Solomon Painter. 

At Rome. 
1771. 63 A large landscape. 

64 do. 

1777. 94 View near Tivoli. 
At Lord Fere's, 

St. James's Square, 

from Rofne. 
1782. 66 View in the Alps. 
83 do. 

11. 



At /. Brand's, Esq., 

35, Upper Seymour Street. 

17S3. 58 Landscape. 

no do. 
1784. 7 do. 

DELAP, Mrs Painter. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 
1820. 631 A branch of Sycamore, from 
nature. 

DELAROCHE, Paul Hippolyte. 

Painter. 
Paris. 

1844. 303 The Holy family. 

1847. 543 Napoleon at Fontainbleau, the 

31st March, 18 14. 
1850. 369 Cromwell looking at the dead 

body of Charles L 

DE LATOIX. See L. 

DELATRE, Auguste Etcher. 

7, Lower James Street. 
1S72. 12S9 Environs of Paris; dry point. 
1873. 982 Paris: vue prise prbs le fort de 
Bicetre. 

DE L'AUBINIERE, Madame C. A. 

(Georgina M.) Painter. 

St. Quentin, A/sne, France. 

1877. 1345 " There 's peace in the parting 

day." 
Percy Cottage, Haverstock Hill. 

1878. 722 A close of day. 

1879. 796 Between the daylight and the 

dark. 

36, Maid a Vale. 

1880. S09 The Angelus : a village in the 

mountains above Baveno. 
Claremont House, 

60, Elgin Road. 

1881. 739 An autumn evening. 

21, Rue de fOdeau, Paris. 

1882. 905 The silent lake. 
1009 Japanese primroses. 

13, Fitzroy Street. 
1890. 1183 A Garden of Sleep. 
1895. 893 Evening on the lake, Kew. 

Portscatho, Cornwall. 
1902. 903 My lady's Garden. 
910 Grey Roseteague. 
916 A sunlit pleasaunce. 

DELAU N AY, Jules-Elie Painter. 

134, Neiv Bond Street. 
1882. 328 Titania. 
759 Clorinde. 

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DE LAUNE, C. D. F Painter. I DELISSA, Joseph. See Hemmings 



1849. 



30, Piccadilly. 
1872. 775 Hall of Karnac. 

DEL DON, Martino. See M. 

DE LEEUW, A Painter. 

61, Greek Street, So ho. 
1864. 296 Children gathering wood. 

DELFOSSE, E Painter. 

Br us sells. 

366 Esquisse sur la mort de I'ar- 
cheveque de Paris, Juin, 
1848. "L'archeveque,blesse, 
est soutenu par un insurge — 
il est accompagn^ de deux 
Grands Vicaires, des in- 
surgds sont group^s autour 
de lui, un jeune homme est k 
ses pieds. Sur la gauche est 
le valet de chambre de 
I'archeveque aussi grifeve- 
ment blesse. Sur la droite 
on voit des Membres de 
I'Assemblee Nationale re- 
tenus et conduits dans I'in- 
terieure de la barricade par 
les insurgds — dans le fond 
on apergoit la Colonne de 
Juillet." 

395 Sc^ne d'interieur. 

57, Albany Street. 

104 Amy; a portrait. 

26, Rue des petites Ecuries, 

Paris. 

160 The letter. 

12 La marchande a la mode ^ 
Paris sous Louis XIII. 



1850. 



1856. 
1861. 



DEL HARDINGE, J Painter. 

24, St. Mary Axe. 
1832. 688 Maudley Anderson, Esq. 

DE LISLE, Miss Fortunee. 

Miniature Painter. 
7, The Avenue, 

76, Fulham Road. 
1899. 294 Moorland. 
1 90 1. 951 Mrs. Alfred Bishop. 
1903. 959 Idle thoughts. 

DE LISLE, Miss Georgina L. 

Miniature Painter. 

Ivydene, Cranbrook Road, 

Wimbledon. 

1897. 1426 Evelyn de Lisle. 

1898. 1352 Jack. 



1894. 
1S95. 



1897. 



and Delissa. 

DELL, Miss Etheline Painter. 

5, Alonlcrn Rd., New Maiden. 
1885. 1672 Midsummer fairies. 
1887. 1528 " Sing me now asleep.' 

DELL, Henry L Painter. 

3, Clifton Hill Studio, 
St. John's Wood. 

470 Portrait of a lady. 
24 The fairy tale. 
9, Pandora Road, 

West Hampstead. 
374 Shelter. 

Onslow Studios, 

183, King's Road. 
1900. 1052 Sylvia; a portrait. 

1903. 278 Margery, daughter of Allan 

Morphew, Esq. 
ChitMuort, 

near Petersfield, Hants. 

1904. loii A Sussex Lane. 

DELL, J Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1793. 403 Atalanta. 

459 Portrait of an English sculptor 
in Rome; in ivory. 

420, Strand. 

1794. 588 Portrait of a physionomist; 

model in wax. 

1795. 404 Portrait of an artist. 
674 Bacchus and Ariadne. 

4, Great May's Buildings, 

St. Martin's Lane. 
1797. 848 A portrait; a model in wax. 
1046 Cupid. 

DELL, John H Painter. 

2, Charlotte Terrace, 

Brook Green. 
1853 368 "Far from the joyous festival 
Sits in her own sequestered 
bower." 
450 A rabbit fancier. 
902 Haytor granite railway, Dart- 
moor. 
951 Bellerror Tor. 
1063 On the Sussex Coast. 

1854. 120 An Irish reminiscence. 
510 An Irish stack yard. 

1093 A cabin door. 

1855. 183 A farmyard corner. 
488 A rustic nursery. 

3, Park Cottages, 

Regent's Park. 
1857- 325 "Turf," the entrance to the 
Exeter Canal. 



1790. 


'43 


Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Horn side!) 




211 


Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Taykr.) 




2Si 


Portrait of a gentlemen. 
{Chevalier St. George.) 

91, Newman Street. 


1795- 


3^3 


A portrait. 




336 


do. 




362 


do. 




370 


do. 




373 


do. 




426 


do. 
Grove House, Knightsbridge. 


1796. 


405 


Portrait. 




505 


do. 

S, Leicester Square, 


1797- 


459 


Portrait of a lady. 




497 


do. gentleman. {Mr. 
de Calonne.) 




5" 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




525 


do. do. 
62, Queen Anne Street East. 


1798. 


33° 


Mr. Piatt. 




33S 


Mr. Phipps. 




445 


Mrs. Offley. 




755 


Portrait of an artist. 



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Aden Cottage, Thorpe. 

1 860. 70 A farmyard corner. 

1 86 1. 259 A fresh leaf. 

3S2 An Autumn Evening. 

1 866. 15 do. do. 
166 Carrying oats. 

170 Market morning. 
371 A cottage Doorway. 
450 Cottage Cares. 

1867. 35 A farmyard corner. 

1868. 42 Cow minding — Thorpe, near 

Chertsey. 
212 Over the style. 
395 Cottage quiet. 
397 A lane near Chertsey. 
565 Leasing time. 
i86g. 517 Summer pastures. 
604 Under the cliff. 

1870. 34S Papa's studies. 

1 87 1. 427 The salute. 

1S73. 95 An old gravel pond. 

1875. 376 A winter sundown after Rain. 

DELMAR, William Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1823. 252 Ullswater from Gowbarrow 

Park. 
1827. 250 Landscape. 
1S30. 1 121 Patrixbourne church, Kent. 
I S3 2. 299 Pegwell Bay — sunset. 
1840. 51S Farm House, Wingham Well. 
1S41. 224 The Black Prince's Monument, 

Canterbury Cathedral. 

1842. 498 South aisle of the nave of 

Canterbury Cathedral. 

1843. 139 View in the north aisle of 

the choir of Canterbury 
Cathedral. 

1844. nil In the crypt of Canterbury 

Cathedral. 

1846. 5S0 Gateway of St. Augustine's 

Monastery, Canterbury, and 
part of the Almonry. 

1847. 1165 Entrance to the Crypt of 

Canterbury Cathedral. 

1845. 575 Godmersham Park, Kent. 
1849. 526 On the river Stowe near Chil- 

ham Castle, Kent. 

1855. 48 In the Crypt of Canterbury 

Cathedral. 

1856. 95 South side of the Lady Chapel 

and Cardinal Morton's tomb 
in the crypt of Canterbury 
Cathedral. 

DE LONGASTRE, L Painter. 

14, Tavistock Ro7V, 

Covent Garden. 
1790. 78 Portrait of an artist. {Mr. 
Longastre.) 



299 



DE LONGASTRE, W Painter. 

30, Piccadilly. 
1799. 445 A portrait. 

DE LOS RIOS, R. See Rios. 

DELOTZ, G. G Painter. 

2, Clarence Place, St. Pane res. 
1848. 745 Sketch in Kensington Gardens. 
972 do. on the Regent's Canal. 
1273 do. do. do. 

II, Duke Street, Adelphi. 
1850. 1 1 56 A sketch in Euston Square. 

DE LOUTHERBOURG, A. C. H. 

Miniature Painter. 

(Miniature Painter to the King of Prussia.) 
24, Bedford St., Covent Garden. 
1793. 460 A frame with nine miniatures. 
( Countess Pesach, Madame 
Midiavit, Count O. Borsqui, 
Count Marontier, Master 
Harrison, Madame Louther. ) 

DE LOUTHERBOURG, Philip 

James, R.A. 

(Member of the Royal Academy of 
Painting at Paris.) 

Great Marlborough Street. 
1772. 139 A large landscape and figures. 
140 do. smaller, with figures 
and cattle. 



300 



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ings. 



178 A 



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180 

181 
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De Loutherbourg, Philip James, Ji.A. 
— continued. 

1772. 141 A battle. "^ 

142 The dressing of a 

wounded general; 
its companion. 

143 Two Landscapes. 

144 A land storm. 

145 Figures and cattle. 
(Tainter to the King of France and 

Member of his Royal Academy, and of the 
Academy of Painting at Marseilles.) 

1773. 177 A landscape, representing an 

Evening, with innocent rural 
amusements. ( Ve?y good, 
style of Berghem, bought by 
Garrick. — Walpole.) 
landscape, representing a 
morning, with innocent rural 
amusements. 
Hero and Leander. ■\ 
Horace's exclamation 

against his tree. 
A land storm. Draw- 

Clorinda and Tancred. 
Banditti. 
184 Landscape; figures, 
and cattle. j 

45, Great Tltchfield Street. 

Oxford Market. 

1774. 160 A large landscape; with figures 
and cattle. 

161 A sea storm, with architecture 
and figures. 

162 A calm, with a setting sun; its 
companion. 

163 Mr. Garrick in the character 
of Don John, with a view of 
Naples by moonlight. 

164 Mr. Weston in the character of 
Tycho, fighting the Evil 
spirits in the Christmas 
tale. 

165 Four drawings. 

166 Mr. Garrick in "Richard IIL" 
A landscape with cattle and 

figures, representing Europa 
and Jupiter. {Pretty, but too 
blue and gay. — Walpole.) 
Portrait of a horse. {Excellent, 
and characters good. — Wal- 
pole.) 

191 A landscape with a stage coach. 

192 A washed drawing representing 
a hall of banditti. 

193 Three drawings, with cattle, 
landscape and figures. 

177C. 173 A landscape with cattle. 

174 A winter morning, with a party 
skating. 



1775. 1S9 



190 



1776- 175 
176 

177 
178 
179 
180 

iSi 



183 
1777. 216 



217 
218 

219 

220 

1778. 191 
192 

193 
194 

195 

1779. 182 



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ings. 



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183 A 



1780. 15 



27 
164 
212 
360 



1782. 16 
26 
65 



A summer's evening, with a 

view of a public road. 
A rocky landscape with a 

aract. 
A landscape with cattle. 
Banditti. 

A small portrait of a lady. 
A boxing match, from'\ 

"Tom Jones." 
The Shepherdess of the 

Alps, from Marmon- 

tel. 
Laurette, from Mar- 

montel. 
A banditti soldier. 
A midsummer's afternoon, 

a Methodist preacher. 

tered to ^^ Storm " in the Royal 

Academy set of catalogues.) 
A landscape with cattle. 
A landscape with ruins and 

cattle; a drawing. 
Ditto, with cattle at a well. 
Ditto, a rocky landscape, with 

figures and cattle. 
A landscape representing a 

storm. 
A moonlight with figures and 

cattle. 
A summer's morning with 

figures and cattle. 
A sunset vcith figures and 

cattle; its companion. 
A summer's evening, with ruins, 

figures and cattle. 
A landscape, in which are re- 
presented the manoeuvres of 

an attack performed before 

their Majesties on Little 

Warley Common, under the 

command of Gen. Pierson 

on the 20th of October, 

1778. 
landscape, with sunset, 

figures and cattle. 
Two landscapes, with cattle 

and figures; drawings. 
The troops at Warley Camp 

reviewed by His Majesty, 

1778. 
Landscape and cattle. 
Landscape, with a cascade, 
do. a sunset, 
do. 

ing. 
(Elected R.A.) 
Cattle. 
A sand pit. 
Cattle. 
do. 



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17S2. 



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1784. 



1785- 



86 Evening after sunset. 

174 Landscape with cattle and 
figures, a storm coming 
on. 
Princes Street, Hammersmith. 
17 A battle in which the Turks 
were surprized, driven away 
from their lines and defeated 
near Bender, by a detach- 
ment of the Russian army, 
under the command of Gen. 
Ptomkin. 

87 The evening of a summer's day 

in the South of France. 

132 Daybreak dispelling a mist. 
142 The farmer's cart — morning. 
169 Landscape and cattle. 

1S9 A landscape; the farmer's com- 
passion to the distressed 
soldier. 

200 Labourers near a lead mine. 
25 Dovedale in Derbyshire. 
63 A cottage in Patterdale, West- 
moreland. 

71 Brother Bridge, which divides 
Westmoreland from Cum- 
berland. 
78 Skiddaw in Cumberland; a 
summer evening with a stage 
coach. 

125 View of Gowbarrovv Park, Uls- 
water, Cumberland. 

128 An inn, with a waggon — morn- 
ing. 

133 Matlock-high-torr, near Mat- 

lock Bath, Derbyshire. 
169 View of lake Wynandermeer, 

Westmoreland. 
Z12 View of Lows water in Cum- 
berland. 

Lakes in Westmoreland. 

Hammersmitli Terrace. 

The launching a fishing boat 
from the shore at Bright- 
helmstone. 

Lowdore waterfall, near Kes- 
wick Lake, Cumberland. 

A sea port in the Levant — 
morning. 

A storm on Windermere in 
Westmoreland near the ferry, 
with a boat in distress. 
140 An engine to draw the water 
out of a lead mine near 
Matlock Bath, Derbyshire. 

A stormy evening on Thrilmere 
in Cumberland. 

A heath with cattle and 
figures. 
164 An inn near Conistone Lake. 



346 
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78 



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161 



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1787. 



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1792. 

1797. 
1799. 



I80I. 



204 



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86 



94 



216 



259 



788. 


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790. 


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A slate Quarry near Rydell 

water, Cumberland. 
View of Ulswater from Water 

Millock. 
A water fall. 
Brick kilns at the entrance of 

Keswick, with a distant view 

of Skiddaw and Bassel- 

thwaite. 
View of Winandermeer near 

the ferry — a sunset. 
Landscape: a cottage between 

Kirby Lonsdale and Settle 

— sunrise. 
Conway Castle, North Wales. 
View of Grasmeer in West- 
moreland — an evening. 
Subject of banditti, from Jo- 

sephus's " History of the 

Jews." 
View of Snowdon from Llan 

Berris Lake, with the castle 

of Dol Badon. 
View of Snowdon from Capel 

Curig (a morning). 
A landscape — morning, with 

cattle and figures. 
The Cateracts of the Nile. 
Waterfall. 
Banditti. 

Evening — landscape and cattle. 
Morning — landscapeand cattle. 
Morning, with a waggon setting 

out. 
Evening, with cattle and 

figures. 
Landscape, 
do. 
do. 
do. 
View in Switzerland. 
A storm, and passage boat 

running ashore. 
A fresh wind, the tide setting in. 
A shipwreck. 
Banditti attacking and robbing 

travellers in a forest in 

Germany. 
A distant hail storm coming 

on, and the march of sol- 
diers with their baggage. 
View of the Miinsterthal, in 

the passage of Mount Tura 

in Switzerland. 
Cattle. 

View in the Appenine Moun- 
tains — a stormy evening, 

with banditti. 
A View of Colebrook Dale by 

night. 



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De Loutherbourg, Philip James, R.A. 
— continued. 
I So I. 177 A View of Harlech Castle, 

Nortli Wales. 

212 View of Conway castle from the 
ferry. 

250 Sunset after rain: cattle and 
figures. 
1802. 117 The cutting out of the French 
corvette, " La Chevrette," 
from the bay of Camaret, on 
the night of July 21, 1801, by 
a detachment of the British 
boats belonging to the 
squadron commanded by 
the Hon. Admiral Corn- 
wallis. 

S75 A storm, with smugglers land- 
ing. 

1503. 128 From the "Spectator," Vol. vi, 

No. 426. " O cursed hunger 
of pernicious gold ! with 
bands of faith can impious 
lucre hold." — Dryden. 

1504. 26 Evening, with figures and cattle. 
116 An avalanche or ice fall, on the 

alps, near the Scheideck, in 
the Valley of Lauterbrunnen. 

127 A rural concerto. 

150 A summer evening. "The cur- 
few tolls the knell of parting 
day, etc." 

161 View of Conway Castle, North 
Wales. 

1805. 130 Decisive battle of Alexandria, 

fought on 2 1 St March, 1801, 
when unfortunately Sir R. 
Abercromby was mortally 
wounded. 
163 Landing of the British troops 
in the bay of Aboukir in the 
face of an expecting and pre- 
pared enemy, on the 8th of 
March, 1801. 

1806. 36 Evening, with a stage coach. 
100 Morning, with an old abbey. 
158 A rural scene. 

1807. 14 A sea storm. An Italian scene, 

with a ship making signal for 
a pilot. 
25 A landscape and figures. A 
summer's evening in the 
South of France. 

122 A sutler's booth, with a little 
camp in the distance. 

216 Part of the broken tower of 
Conway Castle, with a 
ballad singer relating the 
doleful end of Gellert to the 
Welsh neighbours. 



(Historical Painter to H.R.H. the Duke of 

Gloucester.) 

1808. 36 Sunset after rain, with cattle 

and figures. 
37 Morning, with a mill and 

cattle. 
81 Evening, with the ruins of an 

abbey and figures. 

1809. 7 A land storm, with an over- 

turned waggon, etc. 
17 A landscape, with a waterfall — 

an evening after rain. 
47 A landscape, with figures, 

cattle, etc. — morning. 
87 A waterspout on the mountains 

of Switzerland. 

18 10. 20 Landscape — morning. 

52 Landscape on a lake — evening. 

181 1. 38 Landscape, with figures and 

cattle : Rural charity. 
(Deceased.) 

1812. 249 Banditti. 



DELUG, A Painter. 

3, Neui'ciit/iersfrasse, Munich. 
1896. 952 In early spring. 



DE LYONCOURT, Baron Hubard. 

Painter. 

I, Albion Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1873. 189 On the Ranee, near Dinan, 

Brittany. 

1874. 997 Carnbourg Water; coming 

storm — Brittany. 
18S3. 536 Upper Aven Valley, near Pont 
Aven, Brittany. 



DEMAIN and BRIERLEY. 

Architects. 

Aficklegate, York. 
1892. 1634 St. Peter's Church, Newton-le- 
Willows, Lancashire. 

13, Leiidal, York. 
1894. 1547 Interior, St. Peter's, Newton-le- 
Willows. 
1548 Welburn Hall, Kirby moor- 
side. 
1897. 1928 New church at Exeter. 



DEMAIN-HAMMOND. See H. 



DE MANARA, H Painter. 

14, Berners Street. 
1852. 202 Mrs. Barnard. 



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303 



DE MARCILLY, Millet Sculptor. 

fjo Lady Colin Camplv/l, 

7, Ccjr/is/r Mansions. 
1889. 2054 Lady Colin Campbell; bust, 
terracotta. 

DE MARIA, S Painter. 

6 1 , Poland Street. 
1802. 4' 2 Crazy Jane. 

DE MATTOS, Henry Teixeira. 

Sculptor. 
The Vale, King's Road, 

C/uisca. 

1 89 1. 2036 Study of a negro head, Mon- 

dombe tribe. 
49, Hugh Street, 

Eccleston Square. 
1896. 14S7 In thoughts. 

DE MERBITZ, Mdlle. Marguerite P. 

Miniature Painter. 

1 1 , Rue de Penthiivre, Paris. 

1895. 1 122 Madame Gambrill. 

1 156 Lady Helen Vincent. 

1 197 Lady Hermione Blackwood. 

1896. 131 1 La Comtesse Nazals. 

131S S. A. R. I'Lifante Eulalie 

d'Espagne. 
1368 Mrs. Robert Gardiner. 

1897. 1460 Madame Davis. 

DE MONGE, C. de Sculptor. 

9, Waterloo Place. 
1840. 1U4 Small statue of Her Majesty 
Queen Victoria in her robes 
of state as she appeared at 
her first opening of the Par- 
liament. 

DE MONTMORENCY, Miss Lily. 

Painter. 

Woodfield Lodge, Streatham. 
1896. 1541 CEnone. 

DE MONVEL, Boulet Painter. 

6, Rue-du- Val-de- Grace, Paris. 

1892. 240 L'eternel espoir. "Combien 

de vieux parents, etc." 

DE MORGAN, William F. ... Painter. 

91, Adelaide Road. 
1863. 172 Head of a girl. 

DEMPSTER, Miss Margaret. 

Painter. 

4, Glenfiyilan Street, 

Edinburgh. 
1891. 1153 Portrait of a lady. 



DENBY, J. W Painter. 

(.\n Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1812. 451 View of Horton in (Gloucester- 
shire. 

1814. 539 Matlock High Tor, Derby- 

shire. 
625 View of part of Newark Castle, 
Nottinghamshire. 

1815. 438 Hawkesbury, Gloucestershire. 

1816. 489 View of Castleton in Derby- 

shire. 
490 View at Lynmouth, Devon- 
shire. 

181 7. S63 View of Harlech Castle, North 

Wales. 

1818. 505 Dolgelly, North Wales. 

DENBY, William Painter. 

3, Park Place, Baysivater. 
1850. 166 Infant St. John. 
212 A study. 

I, Charles Street West, 

Westhourne Terrace. 

1852. I Therescuingofjairus'daughter. 

1853. 4 Master Sherlock. 
1S55. 231 A girl reading. 

620 A study. 
1868. 592 St. Peter and Rlioda. "And 
as Peter knocked at the door 
of the gate, a damsel came 
to hearken named Rhoda." 

DENDY, Walter C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1842. 3S2 Solway Frith. 

673 Selbourne, the residence of 
Gilbert White, from the 
Hungor. "There, like a 
picture, lies my lowly seat, 
etc." 

33, Newman Street. 

1843. 623 At Camperle, Brittany. 

DENDY, W Miniature Painter. 

18, Rowland Street. 

1849. 904 Portrait. 

I, Francis Street, Gower Street. 

1850. 933 Miss M. A. Holskamp. 

DENEW, Richard Painter. 

30, Charles Street, 

Berkeley Square. 
1827. 897 View of the Rialto on the 
Grand Canal, Venice. 
940 View of the interior of the 
church of St. Mark, Venice. 
1007 Sketch, done on the spot, of 
the church of St. John and 
St. Paul, Venice. 
1830. 1065 The temple of Mars Ultor. 



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Denew, Richard— co/t/inued. 

1847. 630 From Borrow's "Bible in 
Spain." " The horse, as sav- 
age as the mule, reared on 
his hind legs, and, after the 
fashion of an English pugi- 
list, repaid him with a pat 
on his forehead which nearly 
felled him." 

1854. 131S Galley slaves — Leghorn. 

DENHAM, John Charles ... Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1796. 751 From the mysteries of Udolpho. 

1797. 609 View in Sussex. 
82 c do. 



1798. 
1799. 

1800. 



iSoi. 

1802. 
1S03. 



1804. 
1809. 

1810. 
i8ii. 
1814. 

1815. 

1816. 
1817. 
1818. 
1819. 
1820. 
1821. 
1822. 



1823. 
1824. 
1825. 
1826. 

1828. 
1829. 

1830. 



460 A view at Ryde, Isle of Wight. 

438 A view from nature. 

890 do. do. 

397 Tenvyn, near Mallwryd, North 
Wales. 

498 View between Barmouth and 
Dolgelly. 

466 View from nature. 

640 do. 

1017 St. Cross, Hampshire. 

4, Parliament Street. 

544 The Rock, called the Parson 
and Clerk, at Teignmouth, 
Devon. 

553 View of Dartmouth Hills from 
the Walk at Teignmouth. 

589 Cardiff Castle. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

5i8 A view from nature. 

550 View in the churchyard. Samp- 
ton, near Worthing. 

379 Hyde Park. 

372 Llanblitian Bridge. 

491 Park scene in Kent. 

501 AUington Castle, near Maid- 
stone, Kent. 

396 View from nature. 

618 Evening — a study. 

579 Study from nature. 

563 Landscape. 

779 do. 

806 Study from nature. 

496 Dublin Bay, with the pigeon- 
house and Wicklow moun- 
tains, as seen from Clontarf. 

658 Hampton Court Palace. 

531 Leeds Park, Kent. 

466 A landscape — North Wales. 

490 An eruption of Mount Vesu- 
vius. 

636 Wood scene from nature. 

531 View on the Irish Coast, 
county Galway. 

48 3 Scene from nature. 



1831. 
1832. 



1833- 
1834. 



569 Study of a tree from nature. 
669 Part of the coral island of 
Madeira. Painted from a 
sketch made by Sir R. K. 
Porter on the spot. 
669 Worthing Sands, looking to- 
wards Brighton. 
553 Hampstead — N. W. side of the 
heath. 
1835. 5^5 Kensington Gardens — digging 

gravel. 
1S37. 891 Scene from nature. From a 
pencil-sketch by the late 
Sir Thomas Lawrence, 
P.R.A. 
1054 Sunset: composition. 
798 Composition. 
558 Forest scene from nature. 
Evening study from nature. 
View in Ireland, from a sketch 
by Thomas Phillips, Esq., 
R.A. 
Sunset. 

The sisters — an afternoon walk. 
Evening. 
989 Landscape and cattle. 
977 do. do. 

1 167 A Landscape — midday. 
1 145 A landscape. 
1021 Evening effect near Sunning, 

from nature. 
1035 Study from nature. 
S56 View on the Jesuits' College of 

Carabacel, near Nice. 
890 A landscape. 
(From 1820 to 1853 the works are all sent 
as by J. C. D. in addition to those mentioned 
in vol. i., page 40.) 



1838. 
1839. 
1840. 
1842. 
1843. 



1844. 
1845. 
1846. 

1847. 
1848. 
1849. 
1851. 
1852. 

1853- 
1857- 

1858. 



604 
978 



8S5 
1287 

947 



DENHAM, Mrs.... Miniature Painter. 

2, JVhitivmbeSt., LeicesterFields. 
\1Ti.. 65 Portrait of a young lady; 
miniature. 
65! A portrait of General Paoli. 
( Very like. — Walpole.) 

DENHOLM, Robert Painter. 

44, Howe Street, Edinburgh. 

1897. 1684 The Devil's punch bowl, Arran. 

DENISON, Miss Ethel M.... Sculptor. 

32, Clarendon Road, Leeds. 

1898. 1890 The late James Walker, Esq.; 

medallion, bronze. 

DENLEY, Miss Mary. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

7, Endleshain Road, Balham. 
1889. 1978 Design for a painted glass win- 
dow. 



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305 



DENMAN, J. F... .Miniature Painter. 

13, Cannon Stnrl A'lhit/, 



Commercial Road. 



1839. 985 Portrait. 



DENMAN, 

1815. 869 

1818. ic.1.5 
1828. 1150 



1158 



Thomas Sculptor. 

39, Frederick Place, 

Hampstead Road. 

Menelaus defending the dead 
body of Patroclus. "Op- 
posed to each that near the 
carcass came, etc." 

42, London Street. 

Adam and Eve lamenting over 
the dead body of Abel. 

7, Buckingham Street. 

Allegorical figure to be executed 
in marble, representing 
Power, forming part of a 
pedestal for a statue in 
marble, larger than life, to 
be raised at Calcutta, in 
honour of the Marquess of 
Hastings. 

Allegorical figure in marble re- 
presenting Peace and Justice, 
forming part of a pedestal 
for a statue in marble larger 
than life to be raised at Cal- 
cutta in honour of the Mar- 
quess of Hastings. 

A monumental figure to be 
executed in marble. 

A figure of Hope designed for 
a monument. 

Marble bust of the late John 
Flaxman, Esq., R.A. 

Charity; a group in alto-re- 
lievo. 

Endymion; an alto-relievo. 

Sketch for a colossal groupe; 
executed for General Ander- 
son's institution in Elgin, 
N.B. 

Sketch for a statue of the late 
Dr. Babington. 

Bust of the late Marquess of 
Hastings. 

Statue: the late Thomas Tel- 
ford, Esq., etc. etc. 



DENNING, Stephen Poyntz. 

Miniature Painter. 

At Mr. W right's, 

Burlington Gardens. 

1 8 14. 380 Mr. W. Graves. 

181 5. 538 The Rev. A. Burrows. {This 

tiumber is put to Denning in 
u. 



1829. 


1 162 


1830. 


1197 




1231 


I83I. 


1132 


1832. 
1833- 


iiiS 

1132 


1834. 


1 120 


i«35- 


1090 


1836. 


1075 



i8i6. 
1817. 

1818. 



1820. 



the inde.x, hut the name of 
Wright, where he lived, put 
against the work in the cata- 
logue.) 
632 David Solomon, a Polish High 

Priest. 
661 Portrait of a lady. 

2, Br u ton Street, 

Piccadilly. 
430 Master Way. 
646 Portrait of Hajee Baba. 
812 Mrs. P'letcher. 
S55 M. Bryan, Esq. 

35, Conduit Street. 
470 W. Lea, Esq. 
781 Mrs. Copland Hutchison. 
793 Copland Hutchison, Esq. 
846 Master Hutchison Atkinson. 

Dulwich. 
661 Edw. Fletcher, Esq. 
810 Portrait of a lady. 





858 


do. gentleman. 


1823. 


730 


do. lady. 




S16 


do. young lady. 




83+ 


do. lady. 


IS24. 


746 


Mrs. Melville. 

181, Regent Street. 


1825. 


756 


Osman Ricardo, Esq. 

Duhoich. 


1826. 


666 


Miss Hudson. 




76. 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




762 


Mrs. W. Cotton. 


1828. 


522 


Miss Way. 




748 


do. 


'833- 


753 


Master James Hannen. 




857 


Daniel Britten, Esq. 




916 


Portrait of a lady. 




91S 


Mrs. Daniel Britten. 


1834. 


638 


Mrs. Grote. 




841 


Thomas Sharpe Smith, Esq. 


■835- 


655 


Portrait of a lady. 




793 


Mrs. Hall. 


1836. 


708 


Sir Roger Griesley. 




835 


Portrait of a lady. 


1837- 


854 


Magnus (Gilbert Meason, 
Esq. 




856 


Viscountess Milton. 




867 


Portrait of the infant daughter 
of Viscountess Milton. 




912 


Griffith Cole, Esq. 


1838. 


878 Lady Albrida Fitzwilliam. 




944 


Lady Charlotte Wentworth Fitz- 
william. 




987 


Leonard Thompson, Esq. 


I84I. 


894 


Viscountess Milton and the 
Hon. Miss Fitzwilliam. 




910 


Portrait of the son of Viscount 

Milton. 


1842. 


610 


Children of Elhanan Bicknell, 
Esq. 

R R 



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Denning, Stephen "Poyntz— continued. 
1844. 381 A portrait. 

185 1. 457 Portrait of the Rev. David 

Melville, Principal of Bishop 
Hatfield's Hall, Durham. 

1852. 335 Rev. George Francis Larden. 



DENNIS, Miss Ada. 

Miniature Painter. 

47, Nicholas Street, Chester. 
1896. 1384 Portrait of a lady. 



DENNIS, Alfred Painter. 

49, Ravenscourt Gardens, 

Hammersmith. 
1 90 1. 1184 A farmstead. 



DENNIS, John Painter. 

3, Assembly Row, Mile End: 

1800. 192 Landscape, with cattle. 

1 80 1. ^2 A landscape. 
676 do. 

Redtnan's Row, Mile End. 

1802. 315 Chepstow Castle, Monmouth- 

shire. 
1027 Tintern Abbey, Monmouth- 
shire. 

1803. 61 Vale Crucis Abbey, North 

Wales. 
276 Tintern Abbey. 

1804. 204 Harlech Castle, Merioneth- 

shire. 
254 Llanwrst bridge, Denbighshire. 

517 Caernarvon Castle. 

598 View near Drivsnant, Merion- 
ethshire. 
1S06. 234 Laurhaidr, North Wales. 

1807. 356 Scene in the Isle of Wight. 
364 A landscape. 

1027 Dolgelly bridge. North Wales. 

1808. 543 Scene in Westmoreland. 

E.xcise Office. 

1810. 145 Devonshire lace makers; a 

sketch. 
Pollard's Row, 

Bethnall Green. 

18 11. 54 Scene near Bonchurch, Isle of 

Wight. 
65 Netley Abbey, Hampshire. 

518 Waterfall, near Ambleside, 

Westmoreland. 

Hackney Grove. 
1813. 116 Scene in the Bonney, Exeter. 

1815. 336 Grasmere — morning. 

1816. 27 Mount Edgecumbe. 
356 Scene in Hackney. 

181 7. 418 do. on the Wye. 



18 1 9. 642 View on the Lake of Geneva 
looking over Vevay. " I saw 
their thousand years of 
snow, etc." — Byron. 

Ash Grove, Hollojvay. 

1828. 28 Mount Batten and Plymouth 
Citadel. 

1832. 32 Scene from Mont Albis, Swit- 
zerland. 



DENNIS, William Painter. 

Hackney. 

1835. 893 Fruit from nature. 

1836. 34 Sea fish from nature. 
444 River fish do. 

1841. 680 Portrait of a lady. 



DENNIS, W. T Painter. 

Church Street, Hackney. 
1 841. 726 Mr. W. Dennis. 

57, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 
1847. 660 Captain Cuttle and Uncle Sol 
examining charts. " Day 
after day, Old Sol and Cap- 
tain Cuttle kept their rec- 
koning in the little back 
parlour, and worked out her 
course, with the chart spread 
before them on a round 
table." — Dombey and Son. 



DENT, Rupert Arthur Painter. 

Codsall, near Wolverhampton. 
1884. 602 The dog of the future, 

I, Balcarres St., Edinburgh. 

1889. 512 The sporting character. 

1890. 787 Temptation. 

I, Berkeley Villa, 

Pittville Park, 

Cheltenham. 
1898. 763 " Don't disturb me." 



DENTON, W. ... Miniature Painter. 

91, Fleet Street. 
1792. 775 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
780 do. clergyman. 

1793- 547 do. gentleman. 
361 do. clergyman. 
470 Mr. Herbert. 

30, Russell Court. 

1794- 452 Portrait of a gentleman. 

18, Fleet Street. 

1795- 533 Portrait of a lady. 



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307 



S61 
921 
962 



1 795- 57' Portrait of an officer. {Captain 
Catyningion.) 

DENYS, Peter Painter. 

1 2, Charterhouse Square. 
1779. 68 A Dog in crayons. 

D'EPINAY, Count Prosper. 

Sculptor. 

Rome. 

1865. 930 The late Sir William Stevenson ; 

electro cast bronze, intended 
to be erected in the Mauri- 
tius. 

1866. S61 A Bacchante. 
A girl of Transtevere. 
Madame A. Moreau. 
Galatea. " Malo me Galatea 

petit lasciva puella, etc." — 
Virgil. 
Do., and I, Latigham Chambers. 

1867. 1152 Head of Christ; marble bust. 
i868. 930 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales; 

marble. The property of 
H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 

1034 Asounta, a brigand's wife con- 
demned to hard labour for 
life by the French. Rome, 
October, 1865. 

1047 The Saxon's challenge; a sketch 
in bronze, to be executed 
life-size. 

107S The Violet. 

2, Gesii e A/aria, Rome. 
1869. 120S The young Hannibal strangling 
the eagle; allegorical of the 
struggle between Carthage 
and Rome during the Punic 
wars. 

1258 Lady Walter Scott. 

1 87 1. 1267 David; marble statue. 

1317 Countess of Denbigh; marble. 

1872. 1452 Mrs. Brooke Greville. 
1508 Calypso; marble statue. 

1518 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 

1874. i6u An implacable executioner. 

1876. 1443 The Spartan boy; marble sta- 
tue. " What have you under 
your cloak? etc." 

1881. 1536 The late Prince Imperial. 

DE POIX-TYREL, Edmond. 

Painter. 

23, Bloo7nsbury Street. 

1868. 182 Eventide — near Capel Curig, 

North Wales. " Observe 
how she upheaves, etc." 

DE PONCY, Alfred V. See P. 



DE PRADES, A. F Painter. 

8, Southampton Street, 

Fitzroy Spiare. 
1879. 576 April shower. 

657 La petite porte. 

DE PRADES, Frank Painter. 

F. De J'raed, 

70, Ne7i.iman Street. 
1857. 1122 On the heights near Boulogne, 
the 8th of September, 1854: 
Present — H.M. the Emperor 
Louis Napoleon, H.R.H. 
Prince Albert, K.G., the 
Duke of Newcastle, Marshal 
Vaillant, General Lord Sea- 
ton, General Wetherall, 
Colonel Fleury, Colonel 
Daniell, the Baron de Bour- 
going. Marquis de Soulon- 
geon, General Grey, Colonel 
Biddulph, etc., etc. 
F. De Frades, 

23, Newman Street. 
1861. 3S3 A thirsty dog. 

DE PRECORBIN, Mrs. See P. 

DE PURY, Baron Edmond. 

Painter. 

3, Rue du Musee, Neuchatel. 
1891. 45 Fishing for " passerini " — Ven- 
ice. 

DE QUELEN Miniature Painter. 

56, W'arren Street. 
1802. 639 Portrait of L' Abbe Joffrin. 
780 A. Du Dresnay. 

DERBY, Alfred Thomas Painter. 

12, Osnaburgh Street. 
1848. 676 The little Songster. 

861 " Jeanie Deans, on her visit to 

the Laird of Dumbiedykes, 
finds little probability of ob- 
taining her desired relief, for 
the Laird's mind is wholly 
taken up on quite another 
subject; and seizing this op- 
portunity of declaring his 
intentions towards her, he 
tells her of his yearly rentals, 
etc." 
1852. 757 T. Weeding, Junr., Esq. 

784 Miss Jackson. 

836 Miss Henrietta Maxwell, Dal- 
ston. 

862 Portrait of a lady and gentle- 

man. 



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Derby 

i8S3 



1854. 
1856 

1S60, 
1861 



, Alfred Thomas — continued. 

69Z Reginald Watkins, Esq. 

706 T. Weeding, Esq. 

756 Agnes and Eleanor, daughters 
of A. Clinfold, Esq. 

853 A. Ross Campbell, Esq. 

698 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

722 W. R. Tucker, Esq. 

864 Portrait of a young lady. 

S92 Miss Weeding. 

786 R. G. Tucker, Esq., Bengal 
Infantry. 

S04 Miss Newberry. 

959 R. Newberry, Esq., Bombay 
Cavalry. 

874 A cabinet portrait. 

9, Osnaburgh Street. 

774 A last request of the prodigal 
Earl of Rochester. " I had 
from him some messages, 
which very well became a 
dying penitent, to some of 
his former friends, and a 
charge to publish anything 
concerning him that might 
be a means of reclaiming 
others: praying God that, 
as his life had done so much 
hurt, so his death might do 
some good." — Bishop Bur- 
net. 
1 1 , Hammersmith Terrace. 
1869. 583 The first impression. "Kate i 
writes, The first thing on 
reaching home will be to 
look at my picture, when a 
fresh eye will soon tell me 
whether I may be pleased or 
displeased with my work." 

682 Portrait. 

831 Study from a boy's head. 



1871 
1872 



DERBY, Miss Caroline (afterwards 

Mrs. Backhoffner) Painter. 

12, Osnaburgh Street. 

1830. 798 The billet-doux. 

1 83 1. 869 Contemplation. 

1832. 778 Miss Caroline Lyon. 

1833. 765 Master F. W. Derby. 

{See Mrs. B.\ckhoffner, vol. i., p. 86.) 

DERBY, William Painter. 

65, Ossulston Street. 
576 Mr. S. Fuller. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Landscape — Composition. 
39, Charlton Street, 

Somcrs Town. 

1814. 52' Landscape — Composition. 

"Cheer'd by the milder 



1811. 
1812. 
1813. 



618 



1S14. 
1815. 

1816. 

1817. 

1S18. 
1819. 

1820. 
1821. 
1822. 



1823. 



1824. 



1825. 



1826. 



615 

98 



beam, the sprightly youth 
speeds to the well-known 
pool, whose crystal depth a 
sandy bottom shews." — 
Thomson. 
Portrait of a child. 
Mr. S. Fuller. 
430 Master C. Compton; drawing. 
549 Portrait of a lady. 
433 do. do. 

650 Mr. J. Fuller. 

9, Mornington Place. 
589 The little busybody. " In 
books, or works, or healthful 
play, etc." — Watts. 
Captain Moore. 
Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 

W. Criswell, Esq. 
136 H. Maxwell, Esq. 
607 Miss S. Clarke. 
459 The Doll's picture. 
644 Miss Dallas. 

Portraits of an Indian Amah 
and child. 
545 Annot Lyle in " Montrose, or 
the Children of the Mist." 
Rev. Rowland Hill. 
G. Vivian, Esq., in an Albanian 

costume. 
Portrait of a lady. 
39 Mrs. King. 
175 Miss FitzClarence. 
66i Portrait of the author of the 

" Hermit in London." 
^^ Colonel Charles ^Vyndham. 
96 The Earl of Egremont. 
447 Emily Orrok Richardson. 
586 E. Lodge, Esq., Norroy King 

at Arms, F.S.A. 
27 Lady Macfarlane and one of 

her children. 
169 James Scarlett, Esq., M.P. 
378 Queen Catherine Parr after her 
reconciliation with Henry 
VIII, supplicating the par- 
don of her enemies, who 
were about to convey her, 
under the King's warrant, 
to the Tower. " The hour 
appointed being come, the 
Lord Chancellor commeth 
into the garden, with forty 
of the King's guard at his 
heeles, with purpose to take 
the Queene, with the three 
ladies Harbert (the Queene's 
sister). Lane and Tirwit to 
the Tower; whom the King, 
sternly beholding, called him 



51S 
56. 
670 
812 



4+ 



548 
90 

706 



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to him, who, on his knees, 
whispered to the King. The 
King called him knave, ar- 
rant knave, and beastlyfoole, 
and commanded him to 
avant out of his presence; 
which words the Queene 
heard, though they were low 
spoken. Then he departed 
with his traine, the whole 
mould of his device broken. 
The Queene, seeing the 
King so chafed, spoke for 
the Lord Chancellor. Ah, 
poore soule, quothe hee, 
thou little knowest how evill 
hee deserveth at thy hands; 
he hath been towards thee, 
sweetheart, an arrant knave, 
and so let him goe." 

12, Osnaburgh Street. 
1827. 145 Lady de Clifford. 

462 Abra and Abbas. "The royal 
lover bore her from the plain. 
Yet still her crook and bleat- 
ing flock remain ; oft as she 
went, she backward turn'd 
her view, and bade that crook 
and bleating flock adieu." — 
Collins. 

518 Lord de Clifford. 

545 Mamma's hat. 

406 Rev. W. Digby. 

213 Portrait of a lady. 

395 Vice-Admiral Sir Charles 
Hamilton, Bart. 

372 A lady sketching. 

594 Lieutenant Richardson of the 
Bombay Marine. 

671 Hon. W. Cust. 
819 Hon. William FuUartonElphin- 

stone. 
503 A portrait. 

672 Miss Emily Prime. 
690 Sidney Streatfield, Esq. 
53S The Earl of Derby. 



1828. 
1829. 

1830. 



1831. 
1832. 

1833- 
1834. 

1837- 



DE RENAULT, Lex Painter. 

I, Lyncroft Mansions, 

West Hampstead. 
1898. 1063 Violets. 

1900. 456 Rejected. 
473 Madame X. 

1 7, Exeter Mansions, 

Brondcsbury. 

1 90 1. 927 Miss Norah Bullard. 

DE RIBBING, Miss E Painter. 

Westbourne Park Place. 
1872. 964 i^No title in catalogue.) 



DERICK, J. M Architect. 

O.x/oid. 

1843. 122S New church of St. John the 

Evangelist, at Marchwood, 
Hants. 
1263 New cathedral church at St. 
John's, Newfoundland. 

1844. 1059 Memorial to a lady now erect- 

ing at Munich. 
1 142 Holy Cross new church, Leeds. 

1845. 1220 New choristers' school, etc., 

Magdalen College, Oxford. 
1291 Interior of an Anglican church. 
Do. and Hanover Chambers. 

1846. 1290 Design for restoring Eton Col- 

lege. 
1 29 1 The Episcopal chapel now 
erecting at Cloabur, Mayo, 
for Lady E. S. Clements. 

1 3, Fur nivalis Inn. 
1852. 1217 New church at Carlow, etc. 

1242 Interior of new church of St. 
James at Birch, near Man- 
chester. 

DE RIGNY. See R. 

DERING, Arthur R Painter. 

28, Upper Berkeley Street. 
1889. 809 Hanover, from Bellavista Gar- 
dens. 

DE ROC-B'HIAN, Aufray... Etcher. 

c\o M. P. Delarue, Paris. 
1882. 1296 Le Pont au Canard; etching. 
1310 Les herons; do. 

1332 Sur la falaise; do. 

DE ROCKSTRO, J. Sambroke. 

Painter. 

37, Upper North Place, 

Gray's Inn Road. 

1835. 407 Hermitage Castle — moonlight. 

" Time has mouldered into 
beauty many a tower, etc." 
643 The Invalid — part of the artist's 
family. 

1836. 420 Moonlight scene on the Devil's 

Water, Northumberland ; 
with Dilston Castle in the 
distance. 

1837. 381 View, Clydesdale — moonlight. 

"Where Bothwell turrets 

brave the air, etc." 

33, Villiers Street, Strand. 

1848. 344 Scene at Springfield, Berkshire. 

1078 Putney Bridge, from the 

grounds of the Bishop of 

London. 



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DE ROVERAY, Miss M Painter. 

1799. 677 Le petit Ramoneur. 

DE ROVRAY, Fanny Gallandat. 

Painter. 
( This artist is in my "Dictionary 0/ Artists" 
as exhibiting one work in 1848, but it must 
have been an error.) 

DERRICK, C Architect. 

1844. 1169 A church. 

DERRY, Mrs. Anne. 

Miniature Painter. 
The Ingle Nook, 

Streatham Park. 
1903. 1148 The Marchioness of Headfort. 

DERRY, Miss Constance M. 

Miniature Painter. 

Woodlands, Tooting Common. 
1899. 1304 Mrs. J. Hill. 

DERRY, Miss E. K Painter. 

Coombe Field, Maiden. 
1886. 541 An Indian chief. 

DERRY, Miss Mary Painter. 

8, Darnley Road, 

Royal Crescent, W. 
1897. 1751 Westminster Abbey, south am- 
bulatory. 

DEST. AUBYN. See%. 

DE ST. DALMAS, F. Emeric. 

Painter. 

50, Hauteville, Guernsey. 
1878. 641 The Pool. 
1880. 1302 The solitary tree. 

DE ST. MICHEL. See S. 

DE SALOME, Antoine Painter. 

60, Welbeck Street. 
1848. 1088 Children of Richard Heath- 
field, Esq. 
1092 The Marchioness of Douro. 

1851. 834 Mr. Alderman Copeland,M. P. 

1852. 1072 Four Sisters. 

23, Bentinck Street. 

1853. 682 Mdlle. de Salome. 

984 The family of Samuel Whit- 
field Daukes, Esq. 

1854. 634 Alderman Francis Graham 

Moon, Esq. 

1855. 1012 Master Thomas De La Rue. 

201, Piccadilly. 
1861. 773 Lady Georgiana Hamilton. 



1863. 784 The Earl of Shrewsbury. 

804 Portrait of a lady. 
1865. 656 Mrs. George Elliot. 

1867. 715 H.R.H. The Duke of Edin- 

burgh. 

1868. 768 Vice-Admiral Sir Sidney C. 

Dacres, K.C.B. 

DE SANCTIS, Guglielmc... Painter. 

Via Margutta, Rome. 
1881. 586 Mrs. Arthur Fraser. 

DESANGES, Chevalier Louis W. 

Painter. 

34, Soho Sqtiare. 
1846. 206 Miss Horsley Dakins. 

14, Gower Street. 
1849. 554 Portrait. 

16, Stratford Place. 

185 1. 119 The Duchess of Manchester. 

1852. 337 The Duchess of Montrose. 
386 Lady Olivia Ossulston. 

1853. 118 The Marquis of Montrose and 

Graham. 
138 Lady Bolton. 

1854. 263 Lady Greenock. 

312 Pussy's toilet — children of Lord 

and Lady Bolton. 
380 Viscountess Folkestone. 
382 Rt. Hon. Mrs. John Dundas. 

1855. 70 The Viscountess Glamis. 
213 Miss Thorold. 

241 Mrs. Palk. 

1856. 411 Mrs. Spearman. 

426 The Hon. Lady Abercromby. 
513 The Sisters. 

1857. 236 Eleanor. 

400 The golden age (the infant 
daughter of Lord and Lady 
Londesborough). 

412 Miss Drummond Davis. 

42S Mrs. Henry White. 

1858. 510 Hon. Amias Lucien Powlett. 
534 Baby. 

573 Mrs. Carpenter. 
937 Master Manolo Smith. 
1S60. 329 {No title in catalogue.) 

1861. 322 Mrs. Forbes Winslow. 

1862. 433 The Battle of Inkermann. 

"Lord Raglan, anxious to 
gain some commanding 
point which would enable 
him to obtain a more definite 
notion of the disposition and 
numbers of the enemy, was 
moving with his staff along 
the ridge in front of the 
second division camp, when 
General Strangways, who 



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1863. 
1S65. 
1867. 



1868. 

1871. 
1872. 

i873. 



1874. 



1876. 
1877. 
1878. 

1879. 



1884. 
1887. 



was riding at his side, was 
mortally wounded by a shell 
which burst inside Colonel 
Somerset's horse, that officer 
miraculously escaping unin- 
jured. The battle was raging 
on every part of the field. 
The struggle in the Sand- 
bag battery was desperately 
maintained against fearful 
odds by guardsmen and 
linesmen intermixed, anim- 
ated by the presence of the 
Duke of Cambridge, whose 
horse was shot under him 
during the conflict. It was 
about 1 1 o'clock when the 
welcome sounds of the 
French bugles were heard 
above the rattling and roll- 
ingof thefiring. TheZouaves 
came up on the right. The 
enemy's left flank was turned. 
His batteries on the heights 
were silenced by Di.von's 
guns. By 12 o'clock the 
Russian columns were in full 
retreat along the whole of 
the line, and the day was 
ours." 
{No title in the catalogue.) 
H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 
Rosalind. 

445 Fontainebleau after the storm. 
" The growth of centuries, 
the destruction of a mo- 
ment." 

375 Mrs. Gordon of Cluny. 

526 Mrs. Sclater Booth. 

463 Mrs. Prioleau. 

944 Miss Edith Soames. 

673 May, daughter of the late Adam 
Steuart Gladstone, Esq. 

686 Harriett, daughter of the late 
Adam Steuart Gladstone, 
Esq. 

492 Mrs. Dale. 

644 Helen Bremmer and lion. 

942 Waiting for the eclipse. 

617 The Viscountess Hood. 

1034 The Duchess of Sutherland. 

585 Miss Meyrick. 

595 Miss Clara Meyrick. 

363 H.R.H. the Duke of Con- 
naught, K.G. Painted for 
the Studholme Chapter, 
Rose Croix. 

510 Lady De Crespigny. 

369 Mrs. Newton Jackson. 

636 Mrs. Cholmeley Dowling. 



726 



272 



DE SATUR, Edmond Byrne. 

Painter. 

I, Alexandra Villas, 

Highgate Hill. 

1879. 430 "It was, I ween, a lovely spot 

of ground, etc." 
563 " How often have I paused on 
every charm. The sheltered 
cot, the cultivated farm." 

1880. 33 A lovers' quarrel. 

Clifton Villa, Highgaie Hill. 

1881. 146 Good advice. 

371 "Heart and hand that move 
together, Feet that run on 
willing errands." 

1882. 171 Members of the Commons. 
653 A lonely dwelling. 

1883. 335 "On the outskirts of the forest 

'Twixt the shadow and the 
sunshine. Herds of fallow 
deer were feeding." 
Alpha Villa, Highgate Hill 
1SS5. 651 "Beloved age of innocence 
and smiles." 
850 His first audience. 

DE SATUR, Miss Frances Painter. 
I, Alexandra Villas, 

Highgate Hill. 
1879. 890 Old French draw well. 

Clifton Villa, Highgate Hill. 

1881. 775 Spring time. 

1882. 1092 Winter in the fields. 
1S84. 1080 "At the end of my tether." 

1132 Turned out. 

1202 On Hampstead Heath. 

DESAULLES, George W.... Sculptor. 

8, Stonor Road, 

West Kensington. 
1897. 1977 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man; medallion, bronze. 
2041 A. W. Cobbold, Esq.; me- 
dallion, bronze. 
2045 Miss M. E. Saunders; me- 
dallion, bronze. 
2093 Harvest; design for medal, 
silver. 
31, Fairfax Road, 

Bedford Park. 

1899. 1961 Portrait of a lady; medallion, 

bronze. 

do. do. 

Walter Langley, Esq.; me- 
dallion, bronze. 

Three portraits; medallions, 
silver. 

1900. 1956 Case of medals; silver. 
1984 Horace Seymour, Esq.; me- 
dallion, bronze. 



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Desaulles, George W .—contimted. 

1900. 2017 Impression from the Great Seal. 

{Sea/ and counkrseal.) 

1 901. 1749 Case of medals. 

1902. 1655 do. 

1903. 1757 do. 

DESBOROUGH, Montague W. 

Painter. 
21, Pinfold Road, Streatham. 
1896. 757 Daylight fades. 

DE SCHAMPHELEER, Edmond. 

Painter. 

27, Pall Mall. 

1873. 6S2 Dordrecht and the Meuse. 

DE SCHWITER, B Painter. 

13, Rue Roy ale, Paris. 
1848. 222 Baboo Dwarkanauth Tagore. 

DESHON, F. C Architect. 

37, Norfolk Street, Strand. 

1874. 1177 Church at West Dulwich. 

1 187 Cathedral Tower of St. An- 
tonin, Pamiers. 

1875. 961 Interior, missionary chapel, 

South Pacific. 

1876. 1024 Church, St. Michael's, East 

Teignmouth. 

1036 Ruins of Cathedral of Alet. 

1037 do. do. interior. 

1877. 1085 New tower to East Teignmouth 

church. 

DESMEDL, T Painter. 

1847. 1207 Rubens painting a sketch of 
the communion of St. Fran- 
cis — his first wife, Elizabeth 
Brants, his child, and A. Van- 
dyke are represented. 

DESMOND, Creswell H. ... Painter. 

Boldre, Ly7nington, Hants. 
1903. 279 An unknown quantity. 

DE SOUTTERANT, F. A. 

Miniature Painter. 

10, George Street, 

Portland Place. 
1797. 856 Portrait of a gentleman. 
945 do. lady. 

DESPREZ, Mrs. Lilian. 

Miniature Painter. 

28, Barrow Road, Streatham. 
1898. 1305 Mrs. Lewis McLean. 

39, Gleneagle Rd., Streatham. 
1901. 1391 Miss Winifred Emery. 



DESSOULAVY, T Painter. 

Rome. 

1829. 467 View of the ruins of Nero's 

palace, the castle of Paix, 

and the island of Capri in 

the distance. 

1838. 267 Naples. 

1846. 448 View of the palace of the 

Cassars. 

1847. 1267 Landscape. 

Fieolo de Baberino, Rome. 

1848. 514 The Porta St. Giovanni, Rome. 

DESSURNE, Mark B. A. ... Painter. 

102, North Frederick Street, 

Glasgow. 
185 1. 512 The Maid of Judah. "No 
more shall the children of 
Judah sing, etc." 

1 9, Hmvland Street. 

1S63. 540 "Outstretched he lay on the 

cold ground, and oft cursed 

his creation." — Paradise 

Lost. 

DE STEIGER, Madame Isabel. 

Painter. 

The Studios, 

Holland Park Road. 
1882. 596 Mariamne. 

DE SUCHEMONT, Mdlle. A. A. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1816. 462 Portrait of a lady. 
475 do. herself. 

DE SUFFREN, Madame ... Painter. 

1 799. 343 Keswick Lake, from Mr. Hock- 

lington's waterfall. 
447 The entrance to the great 

Chartreuse, near Grenoble 

in France. 
606 Opening to the Valley of Sage 

on the road from Turin to 

Monte Cenis. 

DESVIGNES, Miss Emily E. 

Painter. 

22, Newman Street. 
1855. 173 A group of sheep. 
1859. 102 Sheep. 
1862. 132 do. 
1868. 287 do. 

10, Hunter Street. 

1871. 491 Sheep in a meadow. 

1872. 343 do. evening. 



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DESVIGNES, Herbert Clayton. 

Painter. 

46, London Wall. 
1833. 129 Portrait of a bitch. 

I, New Court, Coleman Street. 

1835. 341 The intruder. 

1 24, Wardour Street. 

1836. 164 The chace. 

8, JVardour Street. 

1839. 1163 Landscape and cattle. 

1840. 409 The Poacher. 

1 84 1. 290 Cattle grazing. 

34, J^oky Street. 

1844. 617 Landscape and cattle. 

22, Newman Street. 

1845. 506 Landscape with cattle. 

1846. 1 197 Market day. 

1847. 41 Landscape and cattle. 
398 Suspense. 

1848. 124 Cattle — evening. 
1S49. 244 The road to market. 
1850. 938 Cattle — noonday. 

1853. 1058 Cattle, in landscape. 

1854. 10 Evening — cattle grazing. 
46+ A Kentish farm. 

1855. 1310 Near Reading, Berks, with 

cattle. 
1857. 96; View in Kent, with cattle. 
1861. 195 Evening — cattle in a meadow. 

DESVIGNES, P. H Architect. 

1 3, Hunter Street. 

1824. 836 Design for an Academy of 

Painting. 

1825. 892 Panshanger, the seat of Earl 

Cowper. 

277, Rege7it Street. 

1829. 1019 Design for a Royal Palace, etc. 

1830. 999 Temple. After ancient Egyp- 

tians. 

1831. 951 do. do. 

13, Hunter Street. 

1832. 1058 Sketch of suburb of a city with 

trophies of victory. 

DE THANNENBERG, Count L. 

Painter. 

26, Haymarket. 
1850. 901 Mrs. Winstone. 

28, Old Bond Street. 
1853. 715 The Emperor Napoleon; a 
study. 

DE TIVOLI, Serafino Painter. 

6, Trinity Terrace., 

Grosvenor Road. 
1867. 406 A scene of rural life in Tus- 
cany. 
526 Study from nature. 
II. 



1867. 617 In Warwickshire. 
667 In O.xfordshire. 

1868. 81 Sure to come. 

8, Buckingham Street, Strand. 

1869. 36 In Sabina. 
727 In Normandy. 

DETMAR, Lionel G Architect. 

Hazeldean, Sutton, Surrey. 
1904. 1543 Design for a country town 
hall. 

DETMOLD, Edward J Painter. 

' ' Katwyck, " Fair ha zel Gardens, 
Hampstead. 
1897. 1225 From far Japan. 

DETMOLD, Henry E Painter. 

I '■^•j, Boulevard Mont Farnasse, 
Faris. 

1882. 159 Happy Moments. 

94, Waterloo Road. 

1883. 829 An orchard — Normandy. 

1884. 33 The archneologist. 

120 A walk with grandpapa. 

1886. 108 Courtyard — Algiers. 
278 Hauling up boats. 

1887. 922 On the Cornish coast. 

1888. 115 Little poultry farmers. 

Hogarth Club, Dover Street. 

1889. 1221 A glimpse of future seas. 

1890. 1157 Hooked, not landed. 

Studio, Fembroke Gardens. 

1 89 1. 947 A breezy day. 

1892. 185 Spearing. 

Sunnybank, Ore, Hastings. 

1893. 871 After many days. 

1896. 743 The end of the day. 
851 A peaceful evening. 

1898. 464 A mixed team. 

DETMOLD, Maurice Painter. 

Katwyck, Fairhazel Gardens, 
Hampstead. 

1897. 1315 Specimens. 

1899. 1 1 57 Still life. 

1904. 1392 Beech trees — Wiston. 

DE TOTT, Countess Painter. 

7, Little Maddox Street. 

1 80 1. 260 The Dutchess de Guiche. 
683 Mdlle. Gramont. 

13, Frincess Street, 

Hanover Square. 

1802. 126 Mons. Le Viscomte De Marin. 
177 Mdlle. Bonne Dalpy. 

217 Mrs. Lee. 

6i6 Mons. Comte D'Artois. 

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De Tott, Countess — continued. 

1 803. 20 Portrait of a lady. 

50 do. an officer. 
206 do. a lady. 
670 do. a gentleman. 
701 do. a child. 
703 Lady Crawford. 

40, Albemarle Street. 

1804. 77 Lady Susan Carpenter. 
225 Mr. Knox. 

256 General Willot in prison. 
265 Portraits of Elphi Bey and Col. 
Moore. 

DE TRIQUETI, Baron Henri. 

Sculptor. 

15, Rue Figalle, Paris. 
1862. 1077 Dante and Virgil; group in 
bronze. 

DETTI, Cesare Painter. 

I, Di/ke Street, S.JV. 
1889. 864 Departure of the Hawking 
party. 

DEUCHARS, Louis R Painter. 

Limncrslease, Guildford. 
1899. 36S The Pilgrims' way — Surrey. 

Dores, Inverness. 
igoi. 429 Loch Ness in winter. 

51, St. John's Wood Terrace. 
1904. 1333 The orange and the citron tree. 

DEUENT, J Miniature Painter. 

4, Queen's Court, Queen's St. 
1808. 716 Portrait of a gentleman. 

DE VAERE Sculptor. 

14, Ckaveland Street. 

1797. 1109 Vesper, or the Morning star. 

1798. 1037 A candelabra. 

4, Pedlar's Acre, Lambeth. 

1800. 1006 Statue of Apollo. 

5, Keppel Row, Fitzroy Square. 

1S09. 763 The commemorate the death 
of General M'Pherson, of 
Charles Town, South Caro- 
lina, who was shipwrecked 
in a storm off New York, on 
the 24th August, 1806. After 
rescuing his daughter three 
times from the waves, he 
was washed overboard and 
disappeared. The life of 
Miss M'Pherson was after- 
wards preserved by one of 
the passengers. 
827 A father and his children de- 
ploring the loss of his wife. 



DE VASSELOT, Anatole Marquet. 

Sculptor. 

7, Rue Tabna, Passy, Paris. 
1875. 1260 Chlod a la fontaine; marble. 
1345 Mdlle. Somhreuil; marble. 

1883. 1613 Fleur de Mai; bust, marble. 

DE VAUX, A. R. Grant Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1847. 534 {No title in catalogue.) 

4, Adam Street, Stra?id. 
1853. 1243 View near Coniston, looking 
towards Yew Dale. 

DE VAUX, S. J Gem Engraver. 

1832. 10S4 Three intaglio gems : portraits 
of His Majesty, the Duke of 
York and the Marquess of 
Anglesey, etc., etc. 

21, New Bond Street. 

1S33. 1046 Gem portrait of H.R.H. the 
Duke of Sussex. 

166, Regent Street. 

1834. 997 Portraits of the Duke and 
Duchess of Northumber- 
land; impressions from in- 
taglios. 

DE VEGA, Pedro Painter. 

6, Bridge Street, Cambridge. 

1884. 1596 The Market place, Cambridge. 

1885. 734 Gloucester Cathedral. 

DEVER, Alfred Painter. 

20, Oakley Villas. 
1859. 951 A Triumph of the Arts. "Fame 

onward surges, etc." 
i860. 365 Little Mischief. 

1861. 160 " Thy Kingdom come." 

568 J. M. Leigh, Esq. ; posthumous. 

1862. 48 M.Fechteras Hamlet; a sketch. 

1 30, Adelaide Road. 
1S63. 300 Very interesting. 
301 The watch is over. 

1865. 375 " Please, have you seen mo- 

ther? " 

1866. 91 "Singing and making melody 

in your heart to the Lord." 
II, Belsize Park Gardens. 
1869. 342 An offer of help on the rough 

road : Shropshire miners. 
1871. 31 On the hills near Aberaman, 
South \Vales. 
226 George Elliot, Esq., M.P. for 

North Durham. 
411 Two dear friends. 

66, Belsize Park Gardens. 
1S76. 114 Garden roses. 

608 Chrysanthemums. 
1 25 1 Life or death. 



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DEVERELL, Walter H Painter. 

Somerset House. 

1847. 163 " Reposing after the ball." 

1848. 601 Margaret in prison visited by 

Faust, etc. 
Heathfield House, 

Richmond Road, Kezv. 
1853. 73 Miss MargarettaandMiss Jessie 
Bird. 
1244 The marriage of Orlando and 
Rosalind. 

DEVERIA, E Painter. 

22, Hutne Street, Edinburgh. 
1 85 1. 362 James Buchanan, Esq. 

Fau, France. 
1856. 5S5 The birth of Edward VI, and 
the death of his mother, Jane 
Seymour. 

DEVEY, George Architect. 

34, Ely Flace. 
1S41. 979 Design; Cottage near South- 
ampton. 
1842. 1130 Design; garden entrance. 

1 165 do. Mansion — Italian 
style. 
1S43. 1319 Design; Entrance to Cemetery, 
etc. 
I o. Great Marlborough Street. 

1847. '^'4 Arch of Titus, Rome, etc. 

1848. 1 116 On the Acropolis, Athens, 

1S46. 

DE VILLALOBOS, A Painter. 

15, Grafton Street East, 

London University. 

1838. 108 The Bishop of Cordova. 

73, Margaret Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1839. 4S7 A portrait. 

DE VIGNE, Paul Sculptor. 

6, Bridge Street, Cambridge. 
1884. 1800 Poverella. 

1807 Pieter de Conine; bust, bronze. 
Study for proposed monu- 
ment at Bruges. 

DEVILLE, J. S Sculptor. 

367, Strand. 

1823. 1079 General Maitland. 
1087 J. Scarlett, Esq., M.P. 
1127 Bust of J. Smith, Esq. 

1824. 1020 do. Captain Lyon, R.N. 

1825. 989 do. J. S. Duncan, Esq., 

Sion Hill, Bath. 
1005 Bust of David Pollock, Esq. 

1826. 1 103 do. Sir Harford Jones. 



DE VILLE, L Architect. 

23, Wanvick Flace. 
1854. 1232 Design for Venetian palace. 
1856. 1166 do. a town hall. 

3, Duke Street, Adelphi. 
1869. 971 Design; Law Courts on Thames 
Embankment. 
{See also Green and De Ville.) 

DEVILLE, Vickers Painter. 

Osborne Cottage, 

Wolverhampton . 
The Coast near Conway. 
At Eventide. 
A spring melody. 
Their only home. 
Wanderers. 
The close of day. 
The gipsy's home. 
By still waters. 
On Cannock chase. 
Evening. 

Woodhill, Cotnpton, 

near Wolverhampton. 
By still waters. 
February — Cannock chase. 
Spring. 
Eventide. 

On Cannock chase. 
Spring time. 
On the Anglesey Coast. 

DE VILLEBRUNE, Miss Mary. 
See V. 

DEVINE, Miss Catherine. 

Miniature Painter. 

54, Glebe Studios, Chelsea. 

1892. 1431 Lady Meux. 

1893. 1 171 Lady Ethel Wickham and 

daughter. 

1894. 1263 Mrs. Albert A'Beckett. 

DEVIS, Anthony Painter. 

76, Lamb's Conduit Street, 

Bedford Row. 
1772. 71 A Landscape and figures. 
1781. 148 A Landscape. 

188 Viev/ of Malham VVaterhouse, 
a seat of T. Lister, Esq., in 
Craven, Yorkshire. 
265 Linton in Devonshire. 

DEVIS, Arthur William Painter. 

66, Great Queeti Street. 

1781. 36 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1782. 250 do. young gentleman. 

East I/idies. 
1791. 373 Major Shelly. 



1887. 


ss? 


1888. 


172 


1889. 


769 




836 


1890. 


1125 




1126 


1891. 


445 




82+ 




926 


1893. 


722 


1895. 


42 


1897. 


766 


1898. 


707 


1900. 


786 




863 


1902. 


573 




623 



3i6 



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'79 



282 



1798. 



1799. 



1800. 

1801. 
1802. 



103 

287 



56S 
567 

556 

74 



Devis, Arthur William — continued. 

George Street, Hanover Square. 
1796. 169 Ludi, the belle of the Pelew 
Islands. 
A Koonar or bungalee potter 

at his wheel. 
The manufacture of Paper at 

Patiia. 
Portrait of a nobleman. (Mar- 
quess Corim'allis.) 
Inside of a weaver's house at 
Santipore; the Tantie at his 
loom, with the process of 
winding off the thread. 
Lieutenant-Colonel Cockburn. 
Portrait of Mrs. Powell in the 
"Castle Spectre." 
560 Miss A. Goldsmid and dog. 
78 The manufacture of salt. One 
of a series illustrative of the 
arts, manufactures, and agri- 
culture of Hindoostann. 
Sir Robert Chalmers, Bart. 
Mr. Aickin. 

33, Gerrard Street. 
Hon. C. A. Bruce. 
Mrs. Corbett. 
128 The reception of the hostage 
Princes of Mysore before 
Seringapatam, by Marquis 
Cornwallis. The whole of the 
figures from nature. 
395 Portrait of a lady. 
516 Major Allan. 
543 Sketch of a Persee merchant. 
592 Sketch of a boy from the island 

of Nayas. 
610 W. Garrow, Esq. 

21, Old Bond Street. 
219 Mdlle. Parisot as Hebe. 
322 A place of sepulchre at Pelew. 
Portrait of one of the wives 
of Abba ThuUe, mentioned 
in p. 103 of Mr. Keate's ac- 
count of the Pelew islands. 
The Cave at Oroolong, with 
the vessel building, in which 
the English effected their 
deliverance. 
84 Portrait of a lady as Miranda. 
"O the cry did knock 
against my very heart, etc." 
115 Portrait of Trim, a favourite 
terrier, who accompanied his 
master, an officer in the 
army, through the Egyptian 
campaign. 
242 Portrait of the adjutant of the 
City of London Light Horse; 
a design for a large picture. 



1803. 



1804. 



1804. 



1805. 



1806. 



1807. 



1808. 



613 
650 



5 
104 



126 
286 
457 
5^1 

43 

212 

219 

633 

82 

■45 



274 



1809. J35 



I»IO. 


194 




263 


I8II. 


"5 




443 


I8I2. 


235 


I8I3. 


106 




255 




289 




331 




354 




63. 


1814. 


210 




280 


I8I6. 


26, 



Portraits of Mrs. T. Grant and 
son. 

Portrait of Arra Hooker : 
habitations of the English 
at Oroolong, formed of ma- 
terials recovered from the 
wreck of the "Antelope," 
with the dog sailor : the Pi, 
or public hall, assigned for 
the reception of Captain 
Wilson and his companions 
at Pelew. 

Captain Gooch. 

The Earl of Fife. 

View in lat. 44° 30" on the 

desolate coast of Patagonia. 

4, Leicester Square. 

Portraits of a brother and sister. 

W. Jones, Esq. 

S. Piatt, Esq. 

Mrs. Jones. 

7, Newman Street. 

Lord Nelson. 

A brazier's shop at Patna, East 
Indies. 

A thrashing floor in Asia. 

Mr. Landseer. 

Portrait of a lady and child, 
do. Lieut.-Col. A. Davi- 
son, of the Loyal Britons 
Volunteers Infantry. Pre- 
sented to him by the corps. 

Portrait of the infant daughter 
of Sir James Cockburn, 
Bart. 

Two subjects from the novel of 
Tom Jones and one from 
Almoran and Hamet. 

Portrait of the late J. Sheldon, 
Esq., F.R.S., Professor of 
Anatomy at the Royal Acad- 
emy. 

The Earl of Darlington. 

Portrait of a lady. 

16, Berners Street. 

Portraits of a lady, her son, 
daughter, and nephew. 

His Excellency Sir G. Ousley, 
Bart. 

Captain J. Hay. 

Master R. Taylor. 

Portrait of a lady. 
do. VV. Dizi. 

E. Shaw, Esq. 

The Earl of Pomfret. 

Major-General Burne. 

T. G. Murray, Esq. 

Portrait of the eldest son of 
C. Forbes, Esq., M.P. 

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1 2, Caroliite Place, 

Bedford Square. 
i8i8. 277 Sir Isaac Heard, Garter Prin- 
cipal King-at-Arms. 
378 Field-Marshal Prince Blucher 
of Wahlstadt. 

1819. 387 Colonel Sir George Wood. 

1820. 138 The little cottager. (Portrait 

of a young lady.) 

1821. 212 The Marquis of Anglesey, 

G.C.B. 
378 The late Lord Curzon in his 
90th year. 

DEVIS, Thomas Anthony, Junr. 

Painter. 
Great Queen Street. 
1782. 48 A fancy head. 

49 Portrait of a young lady. 
107 do. nobleman's daugh- 

ter. 
16, Oxford Chapel Court, 

Cavendish Square. 
1788. 18 Portraits of two young ladies. 

DE WALDECK, Count Frederick. 

Painter. 
85, Portland Road, 

Portland Place. 

1853. 663 Miss F. K.— Departed. " Et 

Rose elle a vecu, ce qui 

vivent les roses, I'espace 

d'un matin." 

DE WALTON, J Painter. 

67, Berners Street. 

1856. 323 Charles Barnes, Esq., 31st 

Regiment. 

DEWAR, J. S Painter. 

4, Albany Street. 

1857. 36 The little favourite. 

DEWAR, William J Painter. 

Jesmond, Avondale Road, 

Smith Croydon. 
1903. 908 Study; Cameronian High- 
lander. 
995 A Surrey lane. 

DE WARVILLE, F. Brissot. 

Painter. 
134, New Bond Street. 
1882. 1028 Sheep feeding. 

DEWES, R Architect. 

52, Trinity Square, Southwark. 
1842. mi Design for new Houses of 
Parliament, etc. 



DEWICK, W. G... .Miniature Painter. 

42, Liverpool Street. 
1849. ''S' Medallicportrait of James Lee 
Esq., West Ritford, Notts. 

DE WILDE, Samuel Painter. 

13, High Street, No I born. 
1778. 422 Three portraits of gentlemen. 
49, Bartktfs Buildings, 

Holborn. 

1781. 97 Portrait of a lady. {^Miss 

/ones.) 

9, Great Newport Street. 

1782. 68 Banditti; a sketch. 
81 Banditti. 

Bewick Street, Soho. 
1784. 41 A sportsman with spaniels. 

26, Upper Seymour Street. 
1786. 173 Frame containing ten small 
portraits in oil and three 
fancy pictures. 
207 A banditti. 

39, Half Moon Street. 
1788. 247 A banditti. 

132, Strand. 

1792. 132 Mr. Harley. 

342 Portrait of Mr. Fawcett in the 
character of Jerry Sneak. 
Bell's British Library, Strand. 

1793. 285 A scene in the "Village Law- 

yer." {Bannister and Par- 
sons. ) 

1794. 72 Portrait of Mr. Johnstone in 
the character of Tully in the 
" London Hermit." 

93 Portrait of Mr. Bannister, Junr., 
in the character of Gradus 
in "Who's the Dupe?" 

124 A scene in the "Children in 
the Wood." {Bannister, 
Junr., Mrs. Booth, and Mrs. 
Bland.) 

200 A scene in "Who's the Dupe?" 
{Bannister, Junr., and Par- 
sons.) 

1795. 201 Scene in the "Village Lawyer." 
242 Scene in " Hartford Bridge." 

{Mrs. Marty s and Mr. Mun- 
den.) 

15, Great Neuport Street. 

1796. 272 Scene in the "Way to get 
Married." 

1797. 113 A portrait. 
277 Mr. R. Palmer as Tag in the 

"Spoil'd Child." 

288 Mr. Suett as Dicky Gossip in 
"My Grandmother." 

329 Mr. Fawcett as Frank Oatland 
in the " Cure for the Heart- 
ache." 



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De Wilde, 

179S. 159 

302 
1799. 81 

9' 



562 

1800. 508 

796 

1802. loS 

329 
670 



1803. 191 

"5 
652 

1804. 509 



5" 



1805. 2SS 
568 

1806. 2S2 



Samuel — continued. 

A scene in " Sylvester Dagger- 
wood." 

Portrait of Mr. Sedgwick. 

Portrait of Mr. Munden in the 
character of Verden. 

Portrait of Mr. Fawcett in the 
character of Dr. Pangloss in 
the " Heir at Law." 

Portrait of a gentleman in a 
Corsican habit. 

Mary, the Maid of the Inn. 
Vide Southey's Poems. 

Mrs. Gibbs in the character of 
Cicely Homespun in the 
"Heir at Law." 
3, Terrace, Leicester Square. 

Mr. Emery in the character of 
John Lump. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

Portraits of nine theatrical 
characters, viz., Mr. H.John- 
stone, Mrs. Litchfield, Mr. 
Fawcett, Mrs. H. Johnstone, 
Mr. Simmons, Mrs. Mills, 
Mr. Farley, Mrs. Davenport, 
Mr. Cooke. 

Mr. Farley in the character of 
Francisco. 

Mr. Cherry in the character of 
Quillet. 

Mr. Collins in the character of 

Slender. 
9, Tavistock Row, Covent Garden. 

Portraits of nine theatrical 
characters, viz., Mr. Suett, 
Mr. Cherry, Mr. Mathews, 
Mr. Grove, Mrs. Gibbs, Mr. 
Emery, Mr. Dowton, Mr. 
Fawcett, and Mr. Blanchard. 

Portraits of nine dramatic au- 
thors, viz., Mr. Cobb, Mr. 
T. Dibdin, Mr. Reynolds, 
Mr. Morton, M. P. Andrews, 
Esq., P. Hoare, Esq., Mr. 
Cherry, Mr. Franklin, and 
Mr. Allingham. 

The portrait of Mr. Dubuis- 
son's family. 

Mr. Matthews in the character 
of Nehemiah Flam in the 
" Gay Deceivers." 

Mr. Dowton and Mr. Collins 
in the characters of Governor 
HeartallandTimothy Quaint 
in the comedy of the " Sol- 
dier's Daughter." 

Mr. Emery in the character of 
Tyke in the Comedy of the 
" School of Reform." 



1806. 595 Mr. Elliston, Mr. Collins, and 

Miss Duncan in the char- 
acters of Duke of Aranza, 
Jacques, and Juliana in the 
comedy of the " Honey 
Moon." 

1807. 543 Mr. Mathews and Miss Mellon 

as Matthew Daw and Lucy 
in the " School for Friends." 

554 Mr. Simmons, as Jonathan 
Oldskirt, in " Who Wants a 
Guinea?" 

743 Mr. Quick as Sancho, in the 
farce of " Barataria, or Sancho 
turned Governor." 

1808. 385 Portrait of Mr. Fawcett in the 

character of Dr. Pangloss. 
518 A scene in the "Weather- 
cock," with the portraits of 
Mr. Bannister and Mr. Pur- 
ser. 

1809. 399 A drawing of Mr. Munden, as 

Crack, in the " Turnpike 
Gate." 

5:0 A drawing of Mr. Cook in the 
character of Richard HL 
i8io. 447 A scene in the " Mayor of Gar- 
ratt," with the two portraits 
of Messrs. Dowton and Rus- 
sell and Mrs. Harlowe. 

513 Portrait of Mr. Matthews as 
Cypher, in the popular farce 
of " Hit or Miss." 

181 1. 55 Portrait of Mr. G. Smith as 

Peter in the opera of " Up 

all Night." 
169 Portrait of Mr. Oxberry as Leo 

Luminate in the opera of 

" Oh, this Love." 
227 Portrait of Mr. Matthews as 

Sir Fretful Plagiary in the 

" Critic." 
538 Portrait of Mr. Decamp as 

Master Heartwell in the 

play of " Riches, or Wife and 

Brother." 

18 1 2. 291 Portrait of Mrs. Egerton of 

Covent Garden Theatre in 

the character of Mrs. Ford 

in the " Merry Wives of 

Windsor." 
306 Portrait of Mr. Field as Frank 

in the " Three and the 

Deuce." 
355 A portrait of Mr. W. Macready, 

Theatre Royal, Newcastle- 

on-Tyne, in the character of 

Hamlet. 
435 A scene in the Comedy of 

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of Mr. Knight, Mr. Love- 
grove and Mr. De Camp as 
Diego, Lopez and Leandro, 
etc. 

1812. 517 Mr. Liston as Lord Grizzle in 

"Tom Thumb." 

181 3. 393 Mr. Mathews in the character 

of Somno in the " Sleep 
Walker." 
79+ Mr. Jones as Young Contrast 
in the opera of the " Lord of 
the Manor." 

1814. 516 A scene in the opera of the 

" Lord of the Manor," with 
the portraits of Mr. Jones, 
Mr. Liston, and Mr. Hamer- 
ton. 
547 Portraits of a gentleman and 
his family. 

1815. 1 88 The Seven Ages. "All the 

world 's a stage, etc." 
5, Catherine Street, Strand. 

1819. 315 Portrait of Mrs. T. Dibdin in 

the character of the Queen 
of England in the " Heart 
of Midlothian." 

1820. 876 Mr. W. Farren in the char- 

acter of Lovegold, in the 
Comedy of "The Miser," etc. 

1821. 228 Portrait of a gentleman in the 

character of Falstaff. "These 
four came all a-front, etc." 

DE WINT, Peter Painter. 

46, Windmill Street. 
1807. 26 ViewofTrentham Hall, the seat 
of the Marquis of Stafford. 
639 View on Titterson Common, 

Staffordshire. 
777 View of High Torr, Matlock, 
Derbyshire. 

10, Percy Street. 
181 1. 276 Newark castle and bridge. 
377 Old buildings in Lincoln. 
406 North end of Newark Castle. 

181 3. 315 A landscape. 

602 A scene on the Thames. 

1814. 273 Adistant view of Barden Tower, 

Yorkshire. 

18 1 5. 290 A cornfield. 

18 1 9. 418 View of a watermill in Derby- 

shire. 

1820. 302 View of Bolton Castle, York- 

shire. 

40, Upper Gower Street. 
1828. 266 Vessels in a fog. 

DEXTER Sculptor. 

Boston, U.S. 
1840. 1 110 Miss Ellen Tree. 



DEXTER, W Painter. 

14, Burnard Place, 

Eden Grove. 

1851. 87 Dead birds. 

1852. '522 The lark and her young — 

" /Esop's Fables." 

DEYKES, J Architect. 

At Mr. G. Smith's, 

Doctors' Comtnons. 
1810. 779 Design for a villa. 

2, Thavies Inn. 

18 1 3. S09 Design for a mausoleum. 

1 8 14. 718 do. marine residence. 

1815. 771 The fountain of Linocents, 

Paris. 

DIAKOFF, Filetre Painter. 

1773. 384 Two portraits in oil. 

DIBDEN, I. H Architect. 

1838. 121 1 The Lenslade Tunnel, London 
and Birmingham Railway. 
Drawn with C. Davy. 

DIBDIN, Charles Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 801. 476 Four views from nature. 
492 do. do. 

DIBDIN, Miss Marion A. ... Painter. 

Mayfield, Grange Road, 

Sutton, Surrey. 
1904. 1348 Portrait study of a lady. 

DIBDIN, Thomas Colman.... Painter. 

15, Upper Charles Street, 

Northampton Square. 
1832. 517 Lock on the Surrey Canal. 
2, Ratcliffe Terrace, 

Goswell Road. 
1837- 737 The great temple of Jugger- 
naut, Bengal. From a sketch 
made on the spot by Lieut. 
Bacon, Bengal Artillery. 

1838. 1020 Waltham Abbey, Essex. 

1839. 706 View from the stone quarry at 

Leith Hill, Surrey. 

1 1 33 North-east view of the interior 
of the nave of St. Saviour's, 
Southwark, etc. Architec- 
ture by C. Davey. 

1 22 1 do. do. 

33, New Bond Street. 

1840. S52 The Jungfrau Mountains, Swit- 

zerland. 

1843. 668 The Park Mawr Fall, Caernar- 

vonshire. 

1844. 354 Ruined Norman doorway in 

Norfolk. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Dibdin, Thomas Colman — continued. 
1844. 103 1 In the Park, Audley End, Es- 
sex. 
28, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1846. 177 River scene — Caernarvonshire. 
1848. 941 On the beach, near Folkestone. 
53, Belsize Road. 
1872. 6;S Hotel Bourtherond, Place de la 

Pucelle, Rouen. 
1873- '35° On the Somme, Amiens. 
1874. 737 The Butter Tower, Rouen. 

DICEY, Frank Painter. 

61, Pall Mall. 

1865. 38 La Glaneuse. 

1866. 326 La menagere, Picarde. 
417 Portrait of a lady. 

50, Onslo7a Square. 

1867. 622 An Idyl. 

76, Fiilham Road. 

1872. 974 Song of Solomon. " Come, my 

beloved, let us go forth into 
the fields, etc." — Chap, vii, 
verse 11. 

1873. 85 Partie de Peche. 

1874. 970 A vision of spring. 
1877. II In rose time. 

494 Portrait. 
1S78. 133; Summer dreams. 

1880. 654 Farewells. " But they must go, 

the time draws on, etc." 

II, Tite Street, Chelsea. 

1881. 562 L'invitation a la valse. 

1882. 820 All in the blue unclouded 

weather. 

1884. 561 Joan of Arc in prison tempted 

to resume her armour. 
845 The squire's pets. 

1885. 799 His first pink. 

\ia, Eldon Road, Kensington. 
1888. 608 A water party. 

DICK, Reginald T Painter. 

Cliff Castle Cottage, 

Ne7iilyn, Cormvall. 
1900. 368 The foreshore, Newlyn. 

DICKENS, Miss Kate (afterwards 
Mrs. Charles Collins and Mrs. C. E. 
Perugini). See P. 

DICKER, Miss Alice M Painter. 

205, The Grove, Dentnark Hill. 

1888. 1669 Marguerite. 

1889. 933 Sweet seventeen. 

DICKES, William Painter. 

4, Charlotte Street. 
1843. 1063 Rachel weeping for her child- 
ren. 



DICKIE (A. C.) and GREEN (W. C.) 

Architects. 

21, Bedford Ro7i). 
1903. 1542 Verandah of South Herts Golf 
Club House. 

DICKINS, S. A Painter. 

4, Great James Street. 
1868. 604 Hesitation. 

DICKINS, Mrs. T Sculptor. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

181 2. 901 A small group in bronze, re- 

presenting Andromache be- 
wailing the death of Hector, 
while looking on her son 
Astyanax. "An only child, 
once comfort of my pains, 
etc." 

1 813. 908 A small group in bronze — Clio 

feeding Pegasus. 

1814. 797 A favourite dog; in bronze. 

DICKINSON, Miss A Painter. 

7, Lawrence Poultney Hill, 

Cannon Street. 

1796. 379 Flowers. 
381 do. 

18, Calthorpe Place, Chelsea. 

1797. 519 Flowers. 
777 do. 

7, Neiv Duke's Row, Pimlico. 

1798. 695 Auricula. 

749 Composition of flowers. 
761 do. do. 

1 6, Bel grave Place. 

1 801. 298 Shipping becalmed. 

349 do. coming in with a 
fresh gale. 

588 Flora and Zephyr. 

589 Venus and Cupid. 
967 Flowers. 

1802. 317 A bouquet of flowers. 
322 do. do. 

1803. 305 Poppies. 
314 Rose. 

1804. 335 Fruit from nature. 

DICKINSON, Miss Annie J. 

Painter. 

Bramblelmry, Wandsworth. 
1890. 905 A corner of the greenhouse. 

1(7, Clarevill Grove, S. IV. 
1897. 831 Dutch pasture land. 

DICKINSON, Arthur Painter. 

Upper Cottage, Wrekin, Salop. 
1882. 1032 Early spring — Wrekin, Salop. 
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321 



DICKINSON, Miss H Painter. 

1803. S79 A foreign Goose from nature. 

DICKINSON, Henry R Painter. 

190, Strand. 
1881. 1234 Hastings from the East Hill. 
2, Fercy Terrace, 

Point Hill, Greenwich. 
1897. 1339 Wollacombe Sands, Devon. 

DICKINSON, John Painter. 

66, Sydney Street, Chelsea. 

1876. 344 Contemplation. 

1877. 392 Miss Mona Way. 
441 Haidfe. 

1328 Sad thoughts. 

114, New Bond Street. 

1879. 15+ Florence. 

1294 Christabel, daughter of Dr. 
Southey. 

1330 Hon. Master B. 

1 33 1 Portrait of a lady. 

1332 do. do. 

5, Rednwnd Terrace, 

Clapham Road. 

1880. 293 Mrs. M. Cousins May. 
41 8 John Charlton, Esq. 

561 Thomas Dickinson, Esq. 
1035 Mrs. Wm. Pickering. 

114, New Bond Street. 

1881. 1321 Frederick Calvert, Esq., Q.C. 
1331 Mary, daughter of Lord Ave- 

land. 
1341 Capt. Arthur Paget, Scots 

Guards. 
1343 Helen, daughter of Viscount 

Castlereagh. 

1882. 1353 Edward Hussey, son of Mr. 

and Lady Alice Packe; on 
ivory. 
1885. 1501 Master Palmer. 

1502 Master Younghusband. 

1504 Mrs. Henry Giffard. 

1 5 12 The late George Wythes, Esq. 

1544 Commander Giffard, R.N. 
(These are put as by M. 
Dickinson at the same ad- 
dress.) 
1887. 1373 Lady Colchester. 

DICKINSON, J. Reed Painter. 

37, Edward Street. 
1870. 635 A cheerful fireside. 

1872. 863 The apothecary's shop. 

1873. 793 Early Saturday morning at a 

fishing town on the Corn- 
wall Coast. 
837 " Now fades the glimmering 
landscape, etc." 
II. 



1873. S69 Early morning — Penzance and 

Mount St. Michael. 

82, Charlotte Street. 

1874. 826 A wayside gossip. 

6, York Terrace, Regent's Bark. 
1877. 912 Morecambe Bay. 

141, The Grove, Hammersmith. 
1881. 738 The Dreaming Milkmaid. 

DICKINSON, Miss Lilian ...Painter. 

Roseneath House, 

Shepherd's Bush. 

1880. 1235 A portrait; crayon. 

1881. 120S Dr. Andrew Clark, senior Phy- 

sician to the London Hos- 
pital. 
141, Grove, Hammersmith. 
1883. 77 Portrait of a lady. 
1400 Mrs. Henry Baker. 

DICKINSON, Lowes Cato... Painter. 

Bond Street. 
1848. 803 The Rt. Hon. Fox Maule, 
M.P. 
864 Portrait of his father. 

1850. 682 Portraits of the children of 

Lieutenant-Colonel and the 
Hon. Mrs. Charles Ridley. 
729 Portrait of a lady. 
1072 Miss Margaret Pasley. 

1 85 1. 668 Lieut. -General Lord Gough, 

G.C.B. 
937 The children of John Parkin- 
son, Esq. 

1019 The son of the Hon. S. Pon- 
sonby. 

1066 Major-General Sir Charles Pas- 
ley, K.C.B. 

1852. 1053 Rev. Henry Melville. 

1854. 849 J. Kinlock Malcolmson, Esq. 
906 Miss Hebeler. 

1312 Italian peasants — San Ger- 
mans, Kingdom of Naples. 
1322 Sunshine at Genoa. 

1855. 352 Misses E. and M. Mabel 

Austin. 
746 Master Russell and Master 

Henry Austin. 
796 Miss Mabel Austin. 
887 Master Monsell Bowers. 

Langham Chambers. 

1856. 695 Master Vernon Austen. 

1857. 810 Sir W. Forbes, Bart. 

1858. 47 Henry, second son of Capt. 

Tyler, R.E. 

1859. 492 The Rev. F. D. Maurice, M. A., 

chaplain of Lincoln's Inn. 
791 Daughter of Thomas Hughes, 

Esq. 
944 Thomas Hughes, Esq. 

TT 



322 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Dickinson, Lowes Ca^to— continued. 
i860. 264 The Rev. A. P. Stanley, M.A. 
256 The Rev. William Thursby, 

M.A. 
792 Wilfrid, son of Lord Li.smore. 

1861. 332 The Very Rev. Henry Alford, 

D.D., Dean of Canterbury. 
508 The Very Rev. Dr. Bowers, 
Dean of Manchester. 

1862. 557 I'"- Huth, Esq. 

635 G. W. L. P. Carter, Esq. 

1863. 421 H. Dorling, Esq. 

510 The Hon. H. L. Powys Keck, 
Major, etc. Fainted for the 
soldiers' daughters' home at 
Hampstead. 

614 The Rev. Charles Kingsley, 
M.A., Regius Professor of 
Modern History in the Uni- 
versity of Cambridge, Chap- 
lain to the Queen, etc. 

815 Portraits of children. 

1864. 154 The Rev. Henry Warneford, 

M.A., of Warneford Place, 

Highworth, Wilts. 
239 Mrs. Henry Warneford. 
563 Ayshford Wise, Esq., late M.P. 

for Stafford. 
685 Henry and Philip, children of 

W. P. Frith, Esq., R.A. 

1865. 19 The sons of C. O. Childe 

Pemberton, Esq. 
69 Sir John Walsh, Bart., M.P., 

Lord Lieutenant of the 

County of Radnor. Painted 

for the Magistracy of the 

County. 
598 Lord De LTsle and Dudley. 

Painted for the Gallery at 

Penshurst. 
677 Lucy, daughter of Matthew 

Arnold, Esq. 

1866. 726 The Hon. Mrs. Hardinge. 

1867. 746 The Bishop of London. {A. C. 

Tait.) 
760 Miss Frances Johnson. 

1868. 271 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales as 

Colonel of the loth Hussars, 

etc. 
285 George Peabody, Esq. Pre- 

sented by him to Sir James 

Emerson Tennant. 
71S Lady Cecilia Bingham. 

1869. 165 R. Green Price, Esq., late 

M.P. for the Radnor Burghs, 
etc., etc. 

374 Robert Hanbury, Esq. 

379 Sir William Thomson, LL.D. 
Painted for St. Peter's Col- 
lege, Cambridge. 



1869. 819 Lady Ashburton. 

827 The Hon. W. E. Frere. Painted 
for the Geographical Society 
of Bombay. 

1870. 109 Sir Charles Lyell, Bart., 

F.R.S., etc. 

821 Mrs. Charles Hambro. 

910 Posthumous portrait of Richard 
Cobden. To be presented to 
the National Portrait Gal- 
lery by members of the Reform 
Club, etc. 

1871. 443 The Rev. Thomas Binney, late 

of the Weigh House chapel, 
London, etc. To be placed in 
the " Metnorial Ball." 
806 Rt. Hon. Sir Alexander Young 
Spearman, Bart., Comp- 
troller General of the Na- 
tional Debt office. 
821 Lady Victoria, daughter of the 
Earl and Countess Gran- 
ville. 

1 103 Gardner Sebastian Bazley, of 
Hatherop Castle, Gloucester- 
shire. 

114S George Bentham, Esq.,F.R.S., 
President of the Linnean 
Society. Painted for the 
Linnean Society. 

1872. 43 W. Smith Williams, Esq. 
271 Mrs. Alfred Chapman. 
656 Portrait of a lady. 

660 The Rev. Richard Lister Ven- 
ables, M.A., vicar of Clyro, 
etc. 
1322 Mrs. Harington. 

1873. 274 W. B. Tristram, Esq. 

277 Sir Charles H. J. Anderson, 
Bart. Painted for the Grand 
Jury Room, Lincoln Castle. 
586 The late Rev. F. D. Maurice. 
Painted for the Working 
Men's College. 
1316 Colonel Luard. 
1322 The late Professor Sedgwick. 

1874. 112 Rt. Hon. John Bright, M.P. 
459 Pleasant hours on the Welsh 

Hills. 

1875. 516 The Rt. Hon. W. E. Gladstone, 

M.P. Painted for the Library 
of the Liverpool College. 

1190 John Bonham Carter, late De- 
puty Speaker of the House 
of Commons, etc. 

1 20 1 Professor Cayley. 

1876. 49 Rev. Dr. Cookson, the Master 

of Peterhouse, etc. Fainted 
St. Peter's College, Cam- 
bridge. 



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323 



484 
1238 



1876. 229 Lord Cairns, Lord Chancellor. 
Painted for Trinily College, 
Dublin. 

392 Edmund LawLushington, Esq., 
late Greek Professor in the 
University of Glasgow. 
II 1 1 The story book. 

1877. 3"2 Vice-Admiral Sir John Dal- 
rymple Hay, Bart., M.P. 

3 58 Arthur Grote, Esq. 

381 The late Hon. Sir George 
Essex Honyman, Bart., Jus- 
tice of Common Pleas. 

1878. 246 Mrs. Lucas and her daughter. 
442 John Beswicke Greenwood, 

Esq., of Dewsbury Moor, 
etc. 
1213 The Hon. Mrs.Bonham Carter. 

1879. 329 Lieut. -General Sir Henry Wy- 
lie Norman, K.C.B. Painted 
for the city of Calcutta. 

Mrs. James Warren. 

Miss Trotter. 

I, All Souls' Place, 

Langham Place. 

1880. 99 Charles Barry, Esq., F.S.A., 
P.R.LB.A. Painted for the 
Institute of British Archi- 
tects. 

461 Thomas Lucas, Esq. 
1224 Mrs. Broadbent. 

1 88 1. 1 1 85 Mrs. Derwent Coleridge. 
1439 Portrait. 

1882. 59 Mrs. John Penn. 
257 Rev. Septimus Hansard, rector 

of Bethnal Green. 
276 Richard Hall, Esq. For the 
Board Room, Lincoln County 
Hospital. 
89 Mrs. Rodolph Hankey. 
751 Mrs. Smith Williams. 
993 Major-General H. A. Smyth. 
644 John Morgan, Esq. 
165S The Hon. Mrs. Page Roberts. 
1747 Miss Anna Swan wick; coloured 
chalks. 
45 His Honour Judge Hughes, 

Q.C. 
343 Lieut. -General Strachey, R.E., 
F.R.S. 
1678 Dr. Lauder Brunton, F.R.S. 
321 Lieut. - General Sir Andrew 

Clarke, R.E., G.C.M.G. 
1626 The late Sir William Gull, 
Bart.; posthumous portrait. 
1657 Mrs. Lauder Brunton. 

DICKINSON, S Painter. 

1825. 485 Cloister of Westminster Abbey. 
948 do. do. 



1883. 
1885. 
1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
18S9. 

1890. 



1891. 



DICKINSON, Walter C Painter. 

1 14, Neiv Bond Street. 
1854. 650 Wood pigeon; still life. 



DICKINSON, William Robert. 

Painter. 
114, New Bond Street. 
1837. 570 Avenue of oak trees — Powis 
Castle, Park, N. Wales. 
Dinan, Brittany, 

and Langham Chambers. 
1 868. 710 Peasant Girl of St. Briac. 
1870. 664 A Breton Peasant. 

727 A street scene — Dinan. 
Boudijigtree House, 
Mount Zion, 

Tunbridge Wells. 
1053 Pleasant Pages. 



1872. 



DICK-PEDDIE, James Painter. 

28, Qucett Street, Edinburgh. 
1895. 924 Ben Cruachan, from Loch 
Etive. 
24a, Cavendish Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1904. 327 Miss Myra Robinow. 

DICKSEE, Frank, R.A Painter. 

2, Fitzroy Square. 

1876. 915 Elijah confronting Ahab and 

Jezebel in Naboth's vine- 
yard. 

1877. 14 Harmony. Purchased for the 

Chan trey Bequest for ;^367 
los. 

1879. 1422 Evangeline. " Vainly Evange- 

line strove with words and 
caresses to cheer him." — 
Longfellow. 

1880. 40 "The house builders." Por- 

traits of Sir W. E. and the 
Hon. Lady Welby Gregory. 
1473 " Benedicite." 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1881. 175 The Symbol. " Is it nothing to 

you, all ye that pass by? " 
504 The Monk's Walk. 

1882. 290 A love story. " In whispers, 

like the whispers of the 
leaves. That tremble round 
a nightingale." — Tennyson. 

1883. 232 Too late. " Too late, too late ! 

ye cannot enter now." 

1884. 430 Romeo and Juliet. " Rofn. 

Farewell, farewell, one kiss 
and I'll descend." 
80, Peel Street, Campden Hill. 

1885. 53 Chivalry. 



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1S87. 
1888. 



1889. 



Dicksee, Frank, R. A. —continued. 

1886. 374 Memories. " —Oh for a touch 
of a vanished hand, and the 
sound of a voice that is still." 
410 Hesperia. 
1134 Othello. 

5 Within the shadow of the 
church. "But I must also feel 
as doth a man : I cannot but 
remember such things were, 
That were most precious to 
me." — Shakespeare. 
869 Combe Martin, North Devon. 
150 The passing of Arthur. 
1543 In Morlaix, 
1890. 203 The redemption of Tannhau- 
ser. " Now Tannhauser had 
left Elizabeth and gone to 
the Venusberg, where Venus 
dwelt, of whom after a time 
he wearied. When the sing- 
ing competition was held at 
the castleofWartburg (Eliza- 
beth's home), he came back, 
and took his place among 
the singers. Tannhauser, in 
his turn, lifted up his voice, 
but nothing could he sing 
save one song— the praise of 
Venus. For this sin Tann- 
hauser was cast out. Des- 
pairing, he joined the pil- 
grims, with Rome for goal. 
But forgiveness was not for 
him. Others the Pope ab- 
solved; but to Tannhauser 
he said : " It is easier for my 
staff to blossom than for thy 
sin to be forgiven." So Tann- 
hauser returned to Eisenach, 
and there he met the funeral 
procession of Elizabeth, 
whom grief had slain. To 
him at that moment Venus 
appeared in the glory of her 
baleful beauty, and it was 
for Tannhauser to choose 
between the living, passion- 
ate and glowing — and the 
pallid, dead. "Elizabeth!" 
He cries, and then falls dead, 
while the vision of Venus — 
defeated in the supreme 
moment, fades away, and the 
Pope's staff — miraculously 
blossomed into leaf — is 
brought by hurrying mes- 
sengers from Rome, as a 
token of Divine forgiveness." 
The crisis. 



1891. 



"5 



1891. 714 The mountain of the winds. 
" There is a mountain in 
Arcadia, in a vast plain, 
where the four winds pre- 
pare to take breath for their 
courses on the earth, whence 
force shall resound on force, 
and softness be answered by 
softness." 

Illustrations to " Othello." 





1683 




16S4 




1688 




1689 




1692 




1693 


1892. 


97 




150 


1893. 


131 


1894. 


218 




631 


1895. 


46 




171 




651 




669 


1896. 


202 




340 




761 


1897. 


147 




280 


1898. 


277 




1.83 


1899. 


.84 


1900. 


167 


I90I. 


52 




122 




668 


1902. 


■3 




139 


1903. 


51 




>54 




534 


1904. 


75 




190 




376 



do. 



do. 



do. 



do. 



668 



(Elected R.A.) 
Leila. 

Startled. Diploma work. 
The funeral of a Viking. 
The magic Crystal. 
A summer sea. 
A reverie. " In the years fied. 

Lips that are dead Sang me 

that song." 
Paolo and Francesca. 
Morthoe, North Devon. 
On the North Devon 

Coast. 
The mirror. 
The Confession. 
On the Brittany Coast. 
Dawn. 
Meditation. 
3, Greville Place, 

St.Jolm's Wood. 
An offering. 
The infant Christ. 
Gladys, daughter of Walter 

Palmer, Esq. 
The two crowns. Purchased 

for the Chantrcy Bequest for 

_^2000. 

Yseult. 

The Duchess of Buckingham 
and Chandos. 

Ethel, daughter of Sidney Dick- 
see, Esq. 

La Belle Dame sans Merci. 
" I sat her on my pacing 
steed, etc." 

Mrs. W. K. D'Arcy. 

Lady Aird. 

A duet. 

" One of our conquerors." 

Joan of Arc. 

Mrs. Frank Shuttleworth. 

Margaret, daughter of J. C. im 
Thurn, Esq. 

Mary, daughter of George W. 
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DICKSEE, 



1885. 76> 
1595 

18S6. 9S7 
1461 

1887. ii65 





1414 




'444 




1473 


I8S8. 


'477 
349 




1+51 




'595 


1889. 


1688 


1890. 


1724 
,26s 
1620 


I89I. 


1581 




'592 


1892. 


'594 
987 




1468 




'5°5 


1893. 


7' 




'399 

1468 


1894. 


276 
.361 


1895. 


1379 
12S9 


1896. 


1295 
665 




'445 


1897. 


'55 
1626 


1898. 


'47° 




'49° 


1899. 


'554 
'475 




'515 


1900. 


1548 
1564 
1578 


igoi. 


1430 



Herbert Thomas. 

Painter and Etcher. 
6, Fitzroy Square. 
Watercress beds — Surrey. 
Carrying wool^ — Canterbury, 

New Zealand. 
A Romance. 
Dingoes attacking sheep. After 

Alfred Strutt. 
The grandfather at the grave 

of Little Nell.— r//tf Old 

Curiosity Shop. 
All his troubles before him. 
The dying lion. 
Beauty and the beast. 
Head of a lion. 
The dying lion. 
" All in a garden fair." 
" His Majesty." 

36, Caiifield Gardens. 
Hesperia. After Frank Dicksee, 

A.R.A. 
A Wanderer. 
The garden steps. 
Roused. 
A drinking lion. 
A sleeping puppy. 
A tigress. 
" O, for the touch of a vanished 

hand ! " 
Head of a young lion. 
Memories. After Frank Dick- 
see, R.A. 
Defiance. 

The monarch of the desert. 
" O, for the touch of a vanished 

hand!" 
After Chevy chase. 
Marauders. 
Silent Sympathy. 
Solitude. 
A happy family. 
The wounded lioness. 
The death of General Gordon. 

After G. W. Joy. 
Raiders. 
The first love. 
Raiders. 
" A fellow feeling makes one 

wondrous kind." 
The last furrow. 
Maternity. 
Fire worshippers. 
Oak House, Kidderpore Avenue, 
Hampstead. 
"Against wind and open sky." 
The watcher on the hill. 
Anxious hearts. 
The boyhood of Raleigh. After 
Sir J. E.Millais,Bart.,P.R.A. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 
1904. 



DICKSEE, 


1850. 


892 




932 


1851. 


U03 




1350 


1852. 


976 




1142 


1853- 


87 



1461 In the enemy's country; etch- 
ing. 

1303 Good-bye. 

1356 "The King." 

1358 Nearing home. 

1333 In the silent North. 
404 The destroyers. 

1 310 The little gipsy. 

1321 The wishing pool. "At the 
quiet evenfall In the garden 
by the turrets of the old 
manorial hall." 



John Robert Painter. 

23, Hoiuland Street. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Mrs. Albaret. 

27, Hoii'land Street. 

A study. 

Bust of a gentleman. 

Portrait of my mother. 

Thomas Box, Esq. 

William Stormes Hale, Esq., 
originator and Chairman of 
the City of London School 
for Orphans of Freemen of 
the City of London. 

Mrs. Hale. 

Madame Albaret. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Warren Stormes Hale, Esq., 
alderman, sheriff of London, 
etc. Fai?ited for the Tallow 
Chandlers^ Company. 

Amy. 

Fruit. 

A Windfall. 

Basket of grapes, etc. 

The Rt. Hon. Sir John Law- 
rence, Bart., G.C.B., Viceroy 
and Governor- General of 
India. Painted for the new 
Institute of Delhi. 

1866. 578 Evening. 

757 Portrait of a lady. 

1867. 287 Sir R. Montgomery, K.C.B., 

late Lieut.-Governor of the 
Punjab. 

1868. 5 Finis. 

142 Hinda. " Why looks she now 
so anxious down? etc." 

1870. 465 Doubt. 

1871. 385 The special correspondent. 
1094 The road to church. 

1872. 239 Florine. "Bird as blue as 

cloudless sky, etc." 
240 Fluttering the fan. "Women are 
armed with fans as men with 
swords, and sometimes do 
more execution with them." 





258 


I8.S.S- 


1400 


i«57- 


577 


1S59. 


311 


i860. 


94 


1861. 


542 




652 




810 


1865. 


342 



326 



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Dicksee, John Robert — continued. 
1872. 541 Mrs. Jason D. Norton. 
532 My lady's page. 

570 Doubt. 

571 Indolence. 
6, Fitzroy Square. 

939 A dream of chivalry. 
mo Amy. 

1270 The willing captive. 
1293 Waiting an answer. 
1312 Returning from church. 
1015 Freedom. 

532 Slavery. 

726 Le bonnet rouge. 

+9+ Sophia Western. — Tom /ones. 

87, Canfield Gardens. 
1370 My lady's page. 
1375 The late Earl Russell. 
1477 Chiddingstone. 

753 A peri. 

734 The song of the shirt. 
Sherepore House, 

PlatCs Lane, Hampskad. 

693 Wallflowers. 



1873- 



1874. 

1875- 
1876. 



1880. 
1883. 
1885. 
1887. 

1893. 



1895. 
1896. 



1900. 



DICKSEE, 


18S3. 


480 


1884. 


754 




939 


1885. 


720 


1886. 


575 


1887. 


109 


1888. 


661 


1889. 


1223 


1890. 


1075 


1891. 


47 


1892. 


7' 



1893. 279 



Miss Margaret I. 

Painter. 

2, Fitzroy Square. 

Mrs. H. D. Shepard. 

Deepening shadows. 

" Fear not, for, behold, I bring 
you good tidings of great 
joy." 

"The May Queen." "Little 
Effie shall go with me to- 
morrow to the green, etc." 

The village blacksmith. " It 
sounds to him like her 
mother's voice, etc." 

A dawning life. " One genera- 
tion passeth away and an- 
other Cometh." 

The conscript. 

Flower offerings. 

In memoriam. 

Light in darkness. 

" Miss Angel "—Angelica Kauff- 
man, introduced by Lady 
Wentworth, visits Mr. Rey- 
nolds' studio. 

The child Handel. " Handel's 
father, objecting to his son's 
absorbing devotion to music, 
forbade his following his 
bent, and banished all mu- 
sical instruments to an attic, 
where, however, the little 
musician discovered them, 
and under cover of night 



resumed his beloved pursuit. 
The sounds this produced, 
and the flitting of the little 
white-clad figure, started the 
notion that the house was 
haunted, until the truth was 
revealed." 

1894. 392 The first audience. Oliver 

Goldsmith reading " She 
stoops to conquer" to 
"Little Comedy" and the 
"Jessamy Bride." 

1895. 37^ Th^ children of Charles I. 

After the execution of the 
King, his younger children, 
Elizabeth and Henry, were 
confined in Carisbrooke 
Castle. There the little 
Elizabeth languished for a 
short time, dying within a 
year of her father's tragic 
fate. 

1896. 334 The early days of Swift and 

Stella. " When secretary to 
Sir William Temple, Swift 
first became acquainted with 
little Hester Johnson (Stella), 
the daughter of Sir William's 
housekeeper. His interest 
and affection were from the 
first won by the child, and 
amidst his manifold duties 
he found time to direct her 
education. Thus in these 
early days began that tender 
friendship which ended only 
with her life." 
3, G rev tile Place, 

St. John's Wood. 

1898. 577 A sacrifice of vanities. "The 

next day I had the satisfac- 
tion of finding my daughters, 
at their own request, em- 
ployed in cutting up their 
trains into Sunday waist- 
coats for Dick and Bill." — 
Vicar of Wakefield. 

1899. 310 Sheridan at the Linleys'. In 

Bath, Sheridan became ac- 
quainted with the family of 
Thomas Linley, the com- 
poser, whose daughters were 
already known to the public 
as singers. The admiration 
which Sheridan from the 
first conceived for Eliza, 
the elder, speedily resulted 
in their romantic marriage. 
1901. 314 The first commission. Thomas 
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of the Royal Academy, was 
the son of an innkeeper at 
Devizes. He early evinced 
his remarkable artistic tal- 
ent, gaining as a very young 
child considerable reputa- 
tion by taking portraits of 
the many travellers who 
stopped at the inn, on their 
way to Bath. 

DICKSEE, Thomas Francis. 

Painter. 

54, Castle Street. 

1 84 1. 427 Mysie Happer. — Sir Walter 

Scott's Monastery. 
15, MeUna Place, 

Westminster Road. 

1842. 433 Portrait of a lady. 

53, Old Compton Street. 

1843. 85 Portrait of William Allen, Esq., 

F.R.S., F.L.S. Painted for 
the Theatre of the British 
and Foreign School Society. 
23, Howland Street. 

1845. 414 Amelia. 

1846. 438 The bride; portrait of a lady. 

1847. 33 J. Sidney Albaret, Esq. 

1848. 167 My Mother. 

1849. 65 Portrait of a lady. 
278 A friend. 

614 F. Crase, Esq. 

1850. 231 Arthur Anderson, Esq., M.P. 

Painted for the Board Room 
of the Peninsular and Orien- 
tal Steam Navigation Com- 
pany. 

1 85 1. 188 Sabbath Evening. 
Another triumph. 
Oriental pastime. 
Portrait of a Greek child. 

do. little Polly. 

7, Russell Place. 
Portrait of a lady and her 

child. 
Portrait of Kate B. 

do. Arthur B. 
Thomas Piper, Esq., late 
Treasurer of Mill Hill 
School, etc. 
H. B., Esq. 
Mrs. H. B. 
Miss H. B. 

B. M. Willcox, Esq., M.P. 
" Frank." 

Kate. "We have 'greed so 
well together, etc." 
1859. 612 Ophelia. "And I, of ladies 
most deject and wretched, 
etc." 



1852. 

1853- 


739 
203 

131 

635 


1854. 


96 


1855- 


36 
258 




458 




5.8 




1324 


1857- 


1407 
466 


1858. 


902 
49 



i860. 

1861. 
1862. 

1863. 
1866. 



1869. ss 



IS70. 



I87I. 
1872. 



1873- 
1875- 



1877. 
1878. 



1879. 

1880. 
I88I. 
1882. 
1883. 
1884. 



1885. 
1886. 
1887. 



1890. 

I89I. 

1892. 



1893. 
1895. 



245 The little Florist. 
i;S6 Overtasked. 
786 Minnie. 
30 Crochet-work. 
52 L'Allegro. 
n8 Minnie. 
519 Peter Marshall, Esq., Treasurer 

of the Medical Society of 

London. 

2, Fitzroy Street. 
Kate and Bianca. " Kate. Of 

all these suitors, here I charge 

thee, etc." — Taming the 

Shrew. 
215 Little Puck: a portrait. 
929 Lady Macbeth. " Glamis thou 

art, and Cawdor; and shalt 

be, etc." 
5 Romeo and Juliet. ^^ Juliet. O 

think'st thou we shall ever 

meet again? etc." 
148 Harry and Frank, sons of 

Lloyd Baxendale, Esq. 
261 Gertrude, daughter of Birley 

Baxendale, Esq. 
51 Minnie. 
612 OthelloandDesdemona. "Des. 

Talk you of killing, etc." 
907 Mrs. G. Crosfield. 
992 Cordelia. 
983 Madeline. "By degrees her 

rich attire creeps rustling to 

her knees, etc." 
178 Beatrice. 
407 The heiress. 
293 Miranda. 
423 Patricia. 
636 May. 
435 Cordelia. 
518 Lucretia. 
777 Antigone. 
34 Clarice. 
556 Exotics. 

195 Miss Margaret L Dicksee. 
402 Mrs. C. W. Keighley. 
753 Jessica. 
763 Amy Robsart. 
113 Sweet Violets. 
1144 Mrs. Sidney Dicksee and her 

daughter Ethel. 
405 Ophelia. 
1007 Beatrice. 
430 Twelfth Night. " Olivia. How 

with my honour may I give 

him, etc." 
323 Portrait of a gentleman. 
422 Mrs. Sidney Dicksee. 



DICKSON, A Painter. 

1850. 797 Mrs. Hambley. 



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DICKSON, Miss Adelaide C. 

Painter. 

cjo Miss Miller, 

8, Albert Studios, Battersea. 

1903. 1311 In Holland. 

New Century Club, Hay Hill. 

1904. 1407 A canal. 

DICKSON, Frank Painter. 

R. A. S. Club, 

10, Dettman Street. 

1890. 1102 "The new day comes, the light 

dearer for night." 

West Kirby, Cheshire. 
1892. 574 An old fortress. 
Welford, near 

Stratford-on-Avon. 
1894. 321 Hard times. 

373 A frosty sunrise. 
ICS95. S42 Saddell Hill. 
1897. 431 Monday morning. 

DICKSON, J Miniature Painter. 

3, Be?itinck Terrace. 
1842. 626 Portrait of a lady. 

691 do. gentleman. 

975 do. lady. 

DICKSON, J. H... .Miniature Painter. 
1850. 717 Italian Peasant Girl. 

DICKSON, R Painter. 

1808. 333 Ale house door. {R. Dixon in 
the catalogue.) 

DICKSON, William Painter. 

I, Wood Yale, Lordship Lane. 
1883. 1337 Portrait; study. 

210, Portsdoiim Road, 

Maida Vale. 
1886. 616 A lily-pond. 

25, Addison Terrace. 

1 89 1. 420 The last of the sunlight. 
537 A showery day. 

25, Fitzroy Street. 

1892. 927 Fleeting shadows. 

Tadley, Basingstoke. 

1894. 157 "Wide, wild and open to the 

sea." 

1895. 437 "Man goeth forth to his toil 

until the evening." 

1896. 154 " The waters of the flood were 

upon the earth." 

1897. 566 The close of a weary day. 
1900. 643 " Shadows of the evening fleet 

across the sky." 
1904. 757 A farm pond. 



DICKSON, William Playfair. 

Painter. 

107, Belsize Road, 

South Hampstead. 

1897. 101 Portrait of a lady. 

5, Pomona House Studios, 

1 1, New King's Road. 

1898. 787 Kitty. 

1901. 196 An autumn afternoon. 

1902. 422 A stormy evening. 
601 Afterglow. 

DIDAY, Francois Painter. 

Genoa. 
1842. 1073 View of the Valley of Ober- 
hasli, Switzerland. 

DIDIER, J Painter. 

59, Rue de Vaugirard, Fan's. 
1872. 499 Roman bullocks. 

DIEHL, Arthur Painter. 

28, York Street, Baker Street. 
1889. 92S The Quay, Aldburgh. 

DIEMAR, Benjamin Painter. 

Kifig Street, Covent Garden. 
iTT6. 83 A father lamenting over his son 
whom he had slain in his 
madness. Klopstock's "Mes- 
siah," B. ii, p. 38. 

84 Agis, King of Sparta. Plu- 

tarch's "Lives." 

85 Portrait of a gentleman ; whole 

length, miniature. 

86 Portrait of a young Roman. 

87 The monument of the Horatii 

and Curatii at Albano, near 
Rome. 
14, Villiers Street, 

York Buildings. 
i-Tl^. 82 Ceyx and Alcyone. Dryden, 
P- 185. 
83 Acis, Polyphemus and Galatea. 
Dryden, p. 276. 

Cambridge. 
1783. 158 Landscape. 

DIES, C Painter. 

144, Via Babinno, Rome. 
1869. 767 San Pietro. 

DIETZ, Amelia Mary. 

Miniature Painter. 
3, Wardour Street. 

1782. 284 Portrait of a young lady. 

1783. 308 do. an ofificer. 



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1784. 

1785- 
1786. 
1787. 



1788 
1789 
1792 

1793 
1794 
179s 
1797 



1798. 



144, Nnt> Bond Street. 
273 Portrait of a young lady. 
294 do. an admiral. {Ar- 
l>i/fh>iot.) 
Portrait of a young gentleman. 
1 7, JVe7ii Burlinglon Street. 
Portrait of a lady ; miniature. 

39, Great Pultney Street. 
Portrait of a lady in the char- 
acter of the Muse of painting. 
41, Broad Street, So/io. 
Portrait of Miss Pope, 
do. a young lady, 
do. a lady. 
A frame with three portraits. 
A family of children. 
511 Portrait of a lady of quality. 
— (/« t/te index as Mrs. A. M. 
Dietz, without a number, and 
no work 191 the catalogue.) 
770 Three portraits. 



2S7 



252 



3°7 



332 
2S6 
298 
391 
45' 



DIETZ, Diana ... Miniature Painter. 

5, Great Poultney .Street. 
1777' 93 Portrait of a lady, in miniature. 

1778. 84 do. do. do. 

15, Wardour Street. 

1779. 67 Portrait of a lady,