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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. 

COMPILER OF THE "WORKS OF SIR EDWIN LANDSEER, R.A.," THE "WORKS OF SAMUEL COUSINS, R.A., 

THE " WORKS OF SIR THOMAS LAWRENCE, P.R.A."; AUTHOR OF THE " DICTIONARY OF 

ARTISTS, 1760-IS93"; AND JOINT-AUTHOR OF THE " HISTORY OF 

THE WORKS OF SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, P.R.A." 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS 

1769 — 1904 



EADIE, William Painter. 

41, Grove Rd., St. John s Wood. 
187 1. 382 "I wonder if a' stories are 

true." 
1873. 334 " I'd like some more." 
378 Billy Brown. 

20, Grove Terrace, 

St. John's Wood. 
1876. 328 "I wish him safe home." 
41, Grove Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1879. 569 " I wish it were ready." 

1850. 1005 Granny's mutch. 

1881. 879 "I said there was naething I 
hated like men." 

St. Ives, Cornwall. 

1889. 499 "Through all thy childish 

years I'll tend thee." 
1236 Sunday morning in St. Ives 
Church, Cornwall. 

1890. 985 Good friends. 

1120 "While there's life there's 
hope." 
1894. 549 " What shall the answer be ? " 

EAGLES, Edmund Painter. 

31, Tavistock Place. 

185 1. 1 190 A study. 

1852. 541 The brothers preparing their 

morning lessons overnight. 

1265 Hamlet. " Leave wringing of 

your hands; Peace, sit you 

down, etc." 

Rome, and 9, Havenfield Lodge, 

Great Missenden. 

1857. 1004 The thread of life. 

1858. 155 Italian peasants unloading. 
248 " La Cicoreara." 

Goudhurst, Staplehurst. 

1859. 99 The restless child. 
547 Caught again. 

Do. and Rome. 
1863. 190 La Cicoriara. 

The Parsonage, Sutton Valence. 
Staplehurst. 
1865. 407 A peasant's funeral in the 
mountains near Rome. 
III. 



38, Keppel Street. 

1868. 37 La Condesa della Bellaguarda. 
[^95 Mrs. Daley. 

324 Why won't you play? 

1869. 425 The puzzle. 

46, Marquess Road, 

Camden Square. 

1872. 243 Mischievous. 

1873. 632 Evelyne. 

Hayes House, 

Northiam, Ashford. 

1874. 599 Four in hand. 

I, South Villa, Camden Square. 

1875. 164 "Gee! Gee!" 



EAGLES, Rev. John Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1808. 468 A drawing of druidical stones 
taken in North Wales. 



EALES, Christopher Architect. 

1838. 1214 Design for a Union AVorkhouse. 
2 1 , Langham Place. 

1845. 1261 Town Hall, Royal Stannaries 

Court, etc., Truro, Cornwall. 
4, Chapel Place, 

Cavetidish Square. 

1846. 1273 Town Hall, etc., Truro. 
1852. 1204 The Rectory, Occold, Suffolk, 

etc. 
[See Cope, Eales and El.msi.ie.) 



EALES (C.) and SON ... Architects. 

9, Well'eck Street. 
1886. 1 73 1 New premises in Edgware 

Road. 
1888. 1 77 1 15, Hyde Park Mansions. 



EALES, Miss M Painter. 

3, Norfolk Square. 
1877. 1261 Lady Magdalen Yorke, young- 
est daughter of the Earl of 
Hardwick. 



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EAMONSON, S Painter. 

Effingham House, Hoinerton. 
1855. 1S9 View in Surrey. 

34, Ludgate Street. 
1857. 2-3 An old mill. 

EARL, G Painter. 

41, Chester Street, 

Keiinington Cross. 
1830. 390 A Bridge Scene in the Isle of 
Wight. 



EARL, George 



Painter. 

76, Newman Street. 

1857. 90 Interior — North Wales. 
175 The first ride. 

8, Tavistock Row. 

1858. 1031 A Welsh home. 

1865. 183 An orchard. 

76, Newman Street. 

1866. 601 Colonel Robertson. 

1868. 261 Cloudy, a celebrated Toy 
beagle. 
263 Head of a Maltese terrier. 
i86g. 160 One of the right sort. 
1S71. 1022 Gillie and Laverack, setters. 

Banstead, Surrey. 
1872. 403 Deer-stalkers returning. 

6+1 An English mastiff. 
1S73. 666 A blank day. " Mair ducks 
than deer the day, Donald." 
76, Newman Street. 

1876. 472 August, 1875: Going north. 

1877. 922 Coming South: Perth Station, 

1876. 

Banstead. 

1878. 1383 Finding the stag. "Noble he 

lay, etc." 

76, Neivman Street. 

1880. 456 Polo match at Hurlingham be- 

tween the Royal Horse 
Guards Blue and the Mon- 
mouthshire team, July 7, 
1877. 
581 "Mike" and "Romp." 

1 88 1. 474 Hard pressed: otter hunting 

on the Liddle, Cumberland. 

1883. 327 Grouse driving on Bowes Moor, 

Yorkshire. 

EARL, Miss Maud Painter. 

76, Newman Street. 

1884. 247 Red deer — Early morning. 

Burgh House, Banstead. 

1886. 989 Old Benchers. 

1887. 295 In the drifts. 

3, Bloomfield Studios, 

Jiloomfield Place. 
1895. 571 A cry for help. 



1896. 652 The dog of war. Dogs are 

employed in the German 
army to find the wounded, 
and, by barking, call the 
search parlies. 

1897. 1006 Farthest north: the end of the 

Expedition. " Hear now the 
song of the Dead! In the 
north, by the torn berg 
edges They that look still to 
the pole. Asleep by their 
hide-stripped sledges." — 
Rudyard Kipling. 

1898. 441 The last of the expedition. 

1900. 90 Dogs of Death. "Beware of 

the white hounds whose bay- 
ing no man hears, etc." 

1901. 318 On Dian's day. "The legend 

runs, that on the day sacred 
to Diana, her hounds — the 
rough Cretans and the slen- 
der Laconians — sought her 
forest shrine (adorned with 
her flowers, the poppy and 
dittany) to pay their hom- 
age." 

EARL, Ralph Painter. 

Hatton Garden. 
1783. 65 Portrait of agentleman. {George 
Onsloic. — Walpole. ) 
76 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Leicester fields. 
T784. 52 A Master in Chancery entering 
the House of Lords. 

1 2, Bowli?!g Street. 
1785. 216 Portrait of a gentleman. 

EARL, T Painter. 

20, Ludgate Hill. 
1824. 334 A marine composition. 

484 Moonlight: composition. 

EARL, Thomas Painter. 

4, Piccadilly. 

1840. 128 Portrait of Spring, in the pos- 

session of Ensign Frasier of 
the 48th Regiment. 
8, Bayham Terrace, 

Camden To7vn. 

1841. 390 Sleeping Girl. 

1842. 208 The rustic piper. 

Z, Jeffrey's St., Camden Town. 
1847. 1124 A Welsh study. 

28, A'ing Street, St. James's. 

1849. 485 Rustic figures. 
507 The reverie. 

1850. 81 Terrier asleep. 
406 Dog and Iruit. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1851. 

1852. 

1853- 
1854. 

1855- 
1856. 

1857- 



1858. 
1859. 



i860. 

1862. 

1871. 
1872. 

1873- 
1874. 

1875- 

1876. 
1877. 



■43 

398 

389 

189 

1317 

1351 

92 

93 

595 



43 

99 

352 

H2I 

64; 

48 

7> 
129 

435 



1 116 

164 

^73 

87 
666 

37° 

99° 

1305 

429 

1231 

1240 

207 

818 

980 

9 

1230 
288 
256 

356 
424 



1880. 278 



28, King Street, St.Ja?nes's. 
Rustic figures. 
Foul play. 
Dog's head. 
A run on the Bank. 
The poachers. 
Cat and dog life. 
Dead beat. 
An Irish cabin. 
Minding the house. 
Pet and Fido; spaniels of the 

late Mr. Hudson. 
The watchers. 

76, Newman Street. 
The sleeping and the dead. 
The twins. 
Spaniel and rabbits. 
The prisoners. 

73, Newman Street. 
Terriers. 
Terrier's head. 
An interior. 
Terrier's head. 
The dream of the hound. 

" Like a dog he hunts in 

dreams." — Tennyson. 
The retriever. 
Dog and rabbit. 
Terrier's head. 

71, Carlton St., Kentish Tmvn. 
Puppies at play. 
Blind Puppies. 

39, Highgate Road. 
Rabbiting. 
Dog's head. 
Dignity. 
The rest. 

Dogs and hedgehog. 
Coupled. 
The visitors. 
Putting his foot in it. 
Sympathy. 
A dog's head. 
Dog and bird. 
The Christmas present. 
The mousetrap. 
The rabbit family. 
On the look out. 
Young rabbits. 



EARL, 



William Robert Painter. 

41, Charles Street, Kenningtoii. 

View near Chichester. 

View on the coast of Sussex. 

View at the back of the Isle of 
Wight. 

View from Green Hill, Eves- 
ham, Worcestershire. 

41, Chester Street, Kenninglon. 
1826. 4S3 A scene on the coast. 



1823. 
1824. 
1825. 



462 
162 
338 

402 



1826. 



1827. 



1828. 
1829. 
1831. 

1845. 



1848. 
1850. 
1852. 

1854. 



494 Scene at St. Cross, Isle of 

Wight. 
502 Scene at Charlton Forest, 

Sussex. 
6S2 View in the New Forest near 

Lyndhurst, with figures. 
810 The fisherman's fortunate haul, 
and happy return. 

4, Chester Street. 
4 Waterfall and figures. 
80 Coast Scene. 
392 View near Eltham, Kent. 

Shooter's Hill. 
53 Fishing boats on the beach — 
Hastings, Sussex. 
1173 Fishing boats landing — Hast- 
ings, Sussex. 
Shrimping and wildfowl shoot- 
ing between Hastings and 
Rye. 
A wreck off the Castle, Scar- 
borough. 
1264 Landscape — evening. 
466 The morning after the wreck 
of the "City of Bristol," 
near Warm's Head, South 
Wales. 
405 Fishermen leaving home. 



80; 



241 



493 

407 



iSi 
21 1 



471 



EARLE, Augustus Painter. 

68, Queen Anne Street East. 
217 Judgement of Midas. — Ovid's 
Mctam. 

I, Howland .'Street. 
Battle of Poitiers. 
Caius Marcius taking possession 
of the city of Corioli. 

66, Warren Street. 
Banditti, 
do. 

56, Warren Street. 
A man-of-war's boats cutting 

out a French barque. 
View of the harbour and part 
of the town of Calais. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
627 Gate of Pernambuco, in Brazil, 
with new negroes. The Police 
ordered the slaves to be 
housed, on account of an 
attack made on one of the 
outposts by the patriots in 
182 1. Painted in Brazil. 
102 Life on the ocean, representing 
the usual occupation of the 
young officers in the steerage 
of a British frigate at sea. 
323 Divine service, as it is usually 
performed on board a British 
frigate at sea. 



1806. 



1808. 
1809. 



1811. 
1812. 

1814. 

1815. 

1824. 



1837- 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Earle, Augustus — continued. 

29, Alfred St., Bedford Square. 
1S38. 6S4 A bivouac of travellers in 
Australia, in a cabbage tree 
forest — daybreak. 



EARLE, Charles, R.I. 

1857 

1859 

i860 

1864 
1867 

1869 

1870 

1872 

1873 
1875 

1876, 

1878 
1879 



1880. 

1883. 
1885. 
1888. 
i8go. 



Painter. 

62, Albany Street. 
359 Study of the sport. 

70, Albany Street. 
833 In the ruins— Bolton Abbey. 

170, Albany Street. 
349 Study on the hill side. 

4 1 , Wigmore Street. 
5S9 The Laund, Bolton Abbey. 
6 On the Esk at Whitby. 
9, Duke Street, Portland Place. 
636 The Coliseum from the 
Palatine. 

425 The Aventine, Rome. 
724 The Rheinfels at St. Goar. 
711 Rochester from Chatham lines. 
716 Spring time. 
807 A Southdown farm. 
533 Early Spring. 
714 In the Canterbury meadows. 
21 S Hay harvest on the Devonshire 

Coast. 
395 A spring evening. 

426 In the pine woods of Gogurd- 

dan, near Aberystwith. 

700 Harvesting — Upminster. 
1354 On the banks of the Tiber. 

499 Under the olives at Perugia. 

820 Sweet spring time. 
1068 Penberth. 

252 Claude's Villa on the Tiber. 
1415 La Colla — San Remo. 
1207 Ferry on the Wensum at Nor- 
wich. 



EARLE, F Painter. 

7, Granby St., Hampstead Rd. 
1839. 95 Portrait of a spaniel, the pro- 
perty of Greville Berkeley, 
Esq. 
139 Study of an old woman. 

EARLE, James Painter. 

6, S7veeti?ig's Alley, 

Royal Exchange. 

1787. 12 A small head. 
245 Two boys. 

42, Great Peter Street, 

Westminster. 

1788. 206 A boy. 

I, Orange St., Leicester Fields. 

1789. 98 Portrait of a young lady. 
367 do. gentleman. 



[790. 



61 

66 



199 



231 



179I. 



1792. 



1793- 



1794. 

1795- 
1796. 



83, Great Portland Street. 
Portrait of an artist. {Earle.) 
do. a gentleman. {Dr. 
Samuel Heme.) 
Portrait of a lady. {Miss 

Sfeivart.) 
Portrait of a lady of quality. 
{Lady Caroline Beau c I ere.) 
377 Portrait of a lady. 
39S do. gentleman. {Sir 

R. Payne.') 

207 Portrait of a lady. {Miss 

Jennings.) 

54, Neioman Street. 
284 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

{Lady Masserere.) 
557 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Hart- 
well.) 

208 Portraits of two children. 

234 Portrait of an artist. {/.Earle.) 
27 do. a young lady. 



EARLE, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1821. 924 Portrait of an officer. 

1822. 622 do. a gentleman. 

EARLE, Miss Kate Painter. 

7, Bank Buildings, 
North End Road, Kensington. 
1890. 40 His playthings. 
I, Edith Villas, 

West Kensington. 

1894. 1259 Molly, daughter of James 

MacDermott, Esq. 

403, Holloivay Road. 

1895. 951 Portrait of a lady. 

London and South Western 

Bank, LLolloivay. 

1896. 857 Summer in the Pas de Calais. 
1903. 1 179 A little maid. 

EARLE, Thomas Sculptor. 

1834. 1 1 14 The age of innocence; a group. 
52, Upper Ebury Street. 
1 1 29 A boy's head from nature. 
1065 The minstrel boy. 
1265 Bust of Mr. James Brothers. 

72, Upper Ebury Street. 

1838. 126S Maternal instruction; a bas- 
relief. "Train up a child, 
etc," 

1839. 1373 Bust of Charles Roberts, Esq. 
107s The Gold Medal group of Her- 
cules delivering Hesione 
from the sea monster. — Vide 
L^empricre. 

1 192 Abel and Thirza; basso relievo. 
Gesner's " Death of Abel," 
Hook I, p. iv. 



1835- 
1836. 

1837- 



1840. 



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5 



1841. 1291 Child saying grace. " Give me 

neither poverty nor riches, 
etc." 
1292 Pyramus and Thisbe. "She 
spoke, and in her bosom 
phmgcd the sword, etc." 

1842. 1283 Group of Abel andThirza, etc. 
1372 Marble bust of 'I'homas Wat- 
son, Esq. 

1843. 1402 Portrait, statue in marble, of 

Miss Todd of Tranby Park, 

Yorkshire. 
1477 Bust in marble of John Todd, 

Esq., etc. 
1503 Bust in marble of Mrs. Todd, 

etc. 

1844. 1304 Morning ablution; a group in 

plaster. 
1356 Bust of a gentleman. 

1845. 1399 Model of a bust of Mr. George 

Haines of Kensington. 
141S Marble bust of Richard Bethell, 
Esq., of Rise, near Hull. 

1846. 145 1 Bust of the Earl of Zetland; 

executed for the Minerva 
Lodge, Hull. 

1847. 1325 Plaster group of Zephyr and 

Aurora. " The frolic wind 

that breathes the spring, etc." 
1333 Marble statue of Pastorella. 
1337 Statue — Genius receiving the 

reward. 
135 1 Plaster bust of Mrs. J. Bates of 

Leeds. 
141 2 Marble bust of Thomas Eng- 
lish, Esq., Merchant, of 

Hull. 
1433 Plaster bust of Joseph Bates, 

Esq., of Leeds. 
1441 Plaster bust of Alderman 

Thomas Thompson, late 

Mayor of Hull. 

4, Bclgrave Terrace. 
1S48. 1343 Model of Ophelia. "There is 

a willow grows aslant a 

brook, etc." 
1368 Model of a fisher boy. 
1390 Model of a bust of the Earl of 

Yarborough. 

1849. '^'^ Silvia and the wounded fawn. 

" The bleeding creature 
issues from the floods, etc." 
1 310 Bust of T. P. Teale, Esq., 
F.L.S., F.R.C.S., and Sur- 
geon to the Leeds General 
Infiirmary. 

1850. 1339 Nature's Mirror; a model. 
1370 Marble bust of J. B. Pyne, Esq. 
1374 Bust of George ^Valker, Esq., 

Killinbeck Hall, near Leeds. 



1851. 
1852. 

1853- 
1854. 



■333 
1219 



I, Vincent St., Ovingtoti Square. 

1355 Bust of the late Frank Apple- 
yard, Esq., of Hull. 

1318 L'Allegro. " Quips and cranks 
and wanton wiles, etc." 

1463 Marble bust of L'Allegro. 

1311 Happy as a Queen. 

1388 Bust of the artist's father. 

1392 do. W. J. Fox, Esq., M.P. 

1487 Bust of Andrew Marvell, 
" Hull's patriot." 

1498 Marble Inist of the Rt. Hon. 
Thomas Sidney, Lord Mayor 
— Presented to the Lady 
Mayoress by the Common 
Councilmen of the Ward of 
Billingsgate. 

1415 Hyacinthus. 

1262 Cinderella. 

1322 Bust of Samuel Warren, Esq., 
M.P., the author of "Ten 
Thousand a Year." 
Marble bust of Mrs. Wilson. 
Titania. "Hence away: now 
all is well, etc." 

1 1 88 Happy as a Queen. 

11 89 Fisher boy. 
1267 The first lesson. 

983 ThelateFrankAppleyardjEsq.; 
marble. 
Mr. T. S. Neall; posthumous 

marble bust. 
William Crosskill, Esq. 

086 Henry Blundell, Esq., J. P. 

866 H.M. the Queen; taken in 
N'ovembcr, 1861. 

922 Model of a part of a monument 
in the Holy Trinity Church 
at Hull to the memory of 
the children of the late 
John Gray, the eldest of 
whom was drowned in the 
river Humber; bas-relief. 

986 A first dip; marble. 
1866. 900 Miranda. " What is 't, a spirit? 
etc." ■ 

908 Statue of Edward I, founder of 
the borough of Kingston- 
upon-HuU, presented to the 
Corporation of Hull by 
Alderman ^Villiam Hodge, 
etc. 
1869. 1 1 58 James Fullam, Esq. (post- 
humous). 
1873. 151S Flower-girl of Capri. 

EARLES, Chester Painter, etc. 

Cottage, London Fields. 

1844. -10 Study ofa child's head, 

1845. 703 Rev. Dr. Sadler of Hackney. 



1855- 
1856. 



1857- 
1858. 

1859. 
i860. 

1862. 
1864. 
1865. 



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1073 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Earles, 


Chester — continued. 


1856. 


'5' 


Hagar. "And God heard the 






27, Rue du Vicuse, Paris. 






voice of the lad, etc." 


1846. 


:8i 


Mr. W. Read. 


1857- 


4 


G. W. Selby, Esq. 




934 


Study from nature. 

I36, London Street. 




512 


Christ with the woman of 
Samaria, etc. 


1847. 


6S4 


" So spake our general mother, 




812 


A portrait. 






etc." 


1858. 


820 


Miss Lillie Lemann. 




827 


Mr. de la Mere. 


1859. 


738 


The daughters of H. R. W. 




885 


Portrait of a lady. 






Lemann, Esq. 


1848. 


725 


From the Faerie Queene. 


1861. 


281 


The Coming curtsey. 






" Then came fair May, etc." 


1862. 


3" 


Nearly home. 




768 


Portrait of a lady. 


1863. 


150 


Isabel. 




8oz 


A Midsummer Night's Dream. 
" We, Hermia, like two arti- 




356 


The turban. 






ficial Gods, etc." 


EARN SHAW, Mrs. Mary Harriot. 




8.3 


W. F. Chaplin, Esq. 






Painter. 




932 


Portrait of a lady. 






2,T}ie Sludios,HoUand ParkRd. 


1849- 


692 
76. 


do. gentleman. 
Admonition. 


1896. 


109 


Magpie; portrait of a lady. 




8+7 


A letter from Australia; a 


EARP 


Vernon Painter. 






family group. 






10, Albert Mansions, 


1850. 


702 


Portraits of a lady and child. 






Crouch Hill. 




703 


A portrait. 


1900. 


1257 


Old AViUow at .Slif key, Norfolk. 




753 


Mrs. James Selby. 










881 


Thought. 


EARTHROWL, Eliab G. ... Sculptor. 




896 


George Smith, Esq. 






1 1 , Old Park Avenue, Balham. 




923 


Portrait of a lady. 


1902. 


1664 


Boy's head. 


1851. 


■25 


Ophelia. " There 's rue for 






9, Devonshire Road, Stockwell. 






you, etc." 


1903. 


1822 


The bud; bust. 




9+1 


Miss Lloyd. 










957 


The daughters of C. Newby, 


EAST, 


Alfred, A.R.A., R.I. ... Painter. 






Esq. 






65, West Regent St., Glasgotv. 




981 


Daughter of William Sharp, 


1883. 


178 


A dewy morning. 






Esq. 




95' 


Evening shadows. 




982 


do. do. 




1014 


The first at the fair. 




983 


do. do. 


1884. 


411 


A AVintry dirge. 




1062 


Portrait of a lady. 

2, Gower Street. 




467 


Full tide after a storm. 

10, A dam son Rd., Bel size Park. 


1852. 


.67 


Miranda. 


1885. 


241 


"Where the sunlight lingers." 




605 


Light and shade. 




351 


The dark island. 




675 


Miss Geary. 




1029 


A spring melody. 




691 


Mr. Jos. Deslander, Junr. 




1241 


The Village Ferry. 




777 


Miss Winter. 


1886. 


207 


"The lingering glory of the 




779 


Portrait of a lady. 






dying year." 




839 


Miss Delmere. 




505 


By tranquil waters. 




918 


Mrs. Jos. Deslander, Junr. 


1887. 


■31 


The land between the lochs. 


1853- 


4' 


La Scnora. 




608 


An autumn afterglow. 




59° 


Isabella. " She weeps alone for 


1888. 


46. 


An autumn morning. 






pleasure, etc." 




492 


A frosty sunset. 




732 


Mr. Pace. 


1889. 


301 


A gleam before the gloaming. 




76. 


Mrs. John Henderson. 


1890. 


1104 


October glow; near Yardley 




867 Mary Ashburton. 






\Voods. 




898 


Miss Elder. 


1891. 


142 


" Reedy mere and sunlit hills." 


1854. 


683 


Miss Selby. 


1892. 


104 


Hayle from Lelant, Cornwall. 




1345 


"In the end of the Sabbath 
. . . came Mary Magdalene, 




59> 


Autumn afternoon. 

4, Grove End Road. 






etc." 


1893. 


809 


Newby Bridge, Windermere. 


■855- 


63. 


" Then said he to the disciple, 




837 


The (lolden Valley. 






Behold thy mother." 


1894. 


336 


The lonely road. 




634 


La Senorita Pepita. 




364 


A sunlit iiarbour. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1895. 516 Autumn haze. 

575 Midland meadows. 
2, Spenser Street, 

Victoria Street. 

1896. 382 A pastoral. 

648 The valley of the Chess. 

1897. 418 The sleepy river Somme. 
597 The silence of morning. 

1898. 872 An evening song. 
930 Opulent autumn. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1899. 220 The monks' pool, Breadsall 

Priory. 

296 A coombe in the Cotswold. 

441 The shepherd's walk, Winder- 
mere. " A playground of 
the autumn's light and 
shade." 

606 The miller's daughter. "I loved 
the brimming wave that 
swam, etc." 

1900. 92 Early morning in the Nene 

valley. 
268 A morning moon. 
544 Lake Bourget from Mt. Revard, 

Savoy. 
1 193 Lee Manor Lane. 

1 90 1. 16 In the Cots wolds. 
353 The Citadel, Cairo. 

486 A gleam before the storm. 
835 The edge of the Somme. 

1902. 132 The valley of the Lambourne. 
294 Morning sunshine. " Kissing 

with golden face the meadows 

green, etc." 
696 An Idyll of Como. 
733 Gibraltar; from Algegiras, 

Spain. 

1903. 249 Tintern in the valley of the 

Wye. 
468 Morning in a Berkshire 

meadow. 
473 The turn of the road. 
761 The Castle of Coeur de Lion 

(Chateau Gaillard). 

1904. 70 Cairo. 

334 Morning at Montreuil, Pas de 

Calais. 
525 The land of the Rising Sun : 

Fuji-Yama from above 

Hakone. 
786 The end of the vintage, Rhone 

Valley. 



EAST, F Architect. 

1839. 1109 Design for Market house, sub- 
mitted to the Corporation of 
Kingston-on-Thames, with 
F. G. Cope. 



EAST, J. B Miniature Painter. 

3, Grafton Street East. 

1818. 676 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

793 do. lady. 

18 19. 696 do. gentleman. 
715 Miss Carew. 

1820. 651 Mr. Nasmyth. 
669 Portrait of a lady. 
726 Miss M. Carrington. 

I, Lancaster Street, 

jBiirtoti Crescent. 

1821. 663 Portrait of a lady. 
819 Miss Lovemore. 

1822. 628 Lady Emily Herbert. 
804 Lord Porchester. 

823 Lady Harriet Herbert. 

6, Judd St., Brunsii'ick Square. 
838 Miss Carew. 
892 Portrait of a gentleman. 
732 Silentio. 
771 W. Smith, Esq. 
7S8 Portrait of a lady. 
812 do. do. 

25, North Audley Street. 

669 Portrait of a lady. 

670 Major Brown. 
767 Portrait of a gentleman. 
595 do. do. 

794 do. lady. 
7, Francis Street, Islington. 

Soo Portrait of an officer. 
8S5 Miss Warne. 
946 Mr. S. Jennings. 

21, London Street. 
915 Portrait of a gentleman. 
950 do. do. 

408 The alarm. 
816 Portrait of a lady. 
852 do. young gentleman. 

883 A. Earl, Esq. 



1823. 
1824. 



1825. 



1826. 



1827. 
1828. 



1829. 
1830. 



EAST, William H Painter. 

Eastlee, Maison Dieu Road, 

Dover. 
1 89 1. 1128 Meditation. 



EASTHEAD, Mrs. (late Miss Harriet 

Alcock) Miniature Painter. 

40, Grove St., Camden Toivn. 
1836. 738 Portrait of a lady. 
{See Miss H. Alcock, vol. i, p. 18.) 



EASTHER, Miss Charlotte. 

Miniature Painter. 
57, Bedford Gardens, 



1902. 1160 Florence. 



Kensington. 



8 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



EASTHORPE Architect. 

Bayley and Easthorpe, 

29, Soho Square. 
1838. 1072 An Interior. 

(5^1? S. Bayley, vol. i, p. 148.) 



EASTLAKE, Charles H. 



Painter. 



17, Temperley Road, Ba'Jiam. 

1892. 6S7 " With fingers weary and worn." 

1893. 485 A November day. 

1895. 466 A duet. 

1896. 51S The rising moon. 
9+3 The waning light. 

1897. 457 Tidal waters. 

981 The close of day. 

1899. 352 Evening. 

6, Clarendon Street, 

Warwick Square. 

1900. 289 A Normandy hillside. 

EASTLAKE, Sir Charles \.oz\l,P.R.A. 

Painter. 

1823. 12 View of the bridge and castle 
of St. Angelo with St. Peter's. 
Painted at Rome. 
63 View of the Colliseum from the 
Campo Vaccino. Painted at 
Rome. 
202 View of the Basilica of St. 
Peter's, from the Monte 
Mario near Rome. 

Rome. 
1825. 317 A girl of Albano leading a blind 
woman to mass. 

1827. 2S5 The Spartan Isadas. 

The Thebans h.id crossed the 
Eurotas and attacked Sparta, a 
city without walls and undefended 
by nature, except in some elevated 
places where the sacred buildings 
stood. It was thus in imminent 
danger of being taken, when Isa- 
das, son of rhoebidas, rushed 
naked from the bath into the bat- 
tle, armed only with a sword and 
spear. His youth and beauty, 
added to his l)eing entirely with- 
out defensive arms, inspired both 
the assailants and the defenders 
with the idea that he was some 
Guardian Deity, perhaps Castor: 
his courage completed the illusion. 
lie struck down a man at every 
blow, and although always en- 
gaged where the danger was most 
pressing, he received no wound. 
— Plularch. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1828. >o Italian scene in the Anno 

Santo, pilgrims arriving in 
sight of Rome and St. Peter's 
— evening. 



1829. 157 Lord Byron's dream. 

In the last he lay 
Reposing from the noontide sul- 
triness. 
Couched among fallen columns in 

the shade 
Of ruined walls that had survived 

the names 
Of those who reared them; by 

his sleeping side 
Stood camels grazing and some 

goodly steeds 
Were fastened near a fountain; 

and a man 
Clad in a flowing garb did watch 

the while, 
While many of his tribe slumbered 

around. 

(Elected R.A.) 
Rome, and 29, Devojishire St. 

1830. 99 Una delivering the Red Cross 

Knight from the Cave of 
Despair. " In heavenly 
mercies hast not thou a 
part, etc." 
233 A contadina family, returning 
from a festa, prisoners with 
banditti. 

They were dressed in their 
gala costume, a tambourine hung 
on the caparisoned ass, and Gae- 
tano had ornamented his hat with 
one of the little pictures of the 
Madonna, which are distributed at 
her festival. As no ransom could 
be expected from peasants, who 
were scarcely worth robbing, the 
banditti generally kept such pri- 
soners only till the station was 
abandoned for a new one ; in or- 
der that no intelligence of their 
movements might transpire. But 
in the present case, the youth 
and beauty of Theresa filled her 
parents with agonizing apprehen- 
sions ; the glances of the brigand 
who guarded them, though he 
appeared less ferocious than his 
companions, were too often di- 
rected towards the shrinking girl, 
even for his office of sentinel to be 
well performed ; while the deep 
carouse of the rest of the band 
seemed to promise little inter- 
ference of reason and humanity. 

The only hope of the captives 
was, that while the same position 
thus continued to be occupied, a 
well-known spot from the circum- 
stance of a print of the Madonna 
being stuck on a tree, those who 
had witnessed their disaster, and 
had escaped in time, would be 
enabled to send the soldiers, 
quartered at Rome, to their as- 
sistance. 

1 3, Upper Fitzroy Street. 

1 83 1. 78 An Italian family — costume of 

Cavi, near I'akstrina. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1831. 125 A peasant woman fainting from 
the bite of a Kcr[)cnt. 
300 Haidee, a Greek girl. 

1833. 115 An Italian peasant girl. 

214 Greek fugitives: an English 
ship sending its boats to 
rescue them. 

233 An Italian peasant girl. 

239 Portrait of Stephen Love Ham- 
mick, Esq. 

1834. 12 An Italian Peasant girl. 

64 The escape of P'rancesco di 
Carrarra, last lord of Padua, 
and Taddea d'Este, his wife 
(who was ill at the time), 
from the power of Galeazzo 
Visconti, Duke of Milan. 
(Here folloivs a quotation in 
French.^ 

311 The Martyr. 

341 Portrait of Miss Bury, daughter 
of the late Rev. Edward 
Bury and Lady Charlotte 
Bury. 

362 Portrait of a lady in an Italian 
costume. 

1835. 114 Italian scene in the year of the 

Jubilee. Peasants on a pil- 
grimage to Rome, first com- 
ing in sight of the Holy City. 

1836. 30 Mrs. Henry Wickham. 

195 Portrait of a lady in an Italian 
costume. 

327 Italian scene in the Anno 
Santo. Peasants on a pil- 
grimage to Rome first com- 
ing in sight of the Holy City. 
Painted for the panel of a 
room. 

1837. 40 ^acus and Hesperie. Vide 

Ovid's Aletamorphoses. 
92 Portrait of a lady. 

120 WiUiam Wingfield, Esq. 

138 Scene in the Greek war. An 
Arabchief of Reschid Pacha's 
army selling captives: some 
monks approaching to en- 
deavour to ransom them. 
" Know ye the land where 
the cypress and myrtle, etc." 

351 Portrait of a lady. 

486 The Earl of Essex. 

1838. 107 Gaston deFoix before the battle 

of Ravenna, in which he was 
slain. (French quotation fol- 
loivs. ) 

1839. 103 Christ blessing little children. 

" But Jesus said. Suffer little 
children, etc." 
159 La Svegliarina. 
HI. 



1840. 



92 



61 The salutation of the aged 

friar. 
228 Miss Bury. 

75 " O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, thou 
that killest the prophets, 
etc." " And as he sat upon 
the Mount of Olives, the 
disciples came unto him 
privately, saying, etc." 
136 Sisters. 
(Librarian to the Royal Academy.) 
1843. 108 Hagar and Ishmael. 

7, Fitzroy Square. 
Heloise. 
From Milton's Comus— see the 

concluding lines. 
The visit to the nun. 
An Italian peasant family on 
their way to a village festival 
— prisoners with banditti. 
144 Helena. See "All's well that 

ends well." 
72 The Good Samaritan. 
169 The escape of Francesco 
Novello di Carrara, Lord of 
Padua, with Taddea d'Este, 
his wife, from Giovanni 
Galeazzo Visconti, Duke of 
Milan. Fainted for the 
Vernon Gallery. {Here 
follows a quotation in French.) 
(Elected P.R.A.) 
135 Ippolita Torelli. See Castig- 

lione's Poetnata. 
124 Ruth sleeping at the feet of 
Boaz. "He went to lie down 
at the end of the heap of 
corn and she came softly, 
and uncovered his feet and 
laid her down, etc." 
186 Violante. 
129 Irene. 
120 Beatrice. 



1841. 



1842. 



1844. 
1845. 

1846. 
1848. 



1849. 

1850. 



1851. 
1853- 



1854. 
1855- 



(Sir Charles Eastlake first exhibited at 
the British Institution in 181 3 and again in 
1 81 5, iidien living at Plymouth. He wrote 
a letter from Exeter on August 23, 1815, 
about publishing a picture of his to be en- 
graved by Charles Turner — probably the 
Napoleon on board the Bellerophon.) 



EASTLAKE, Charles Lock. 

Architect. 
7, Caroline St., Bedford Square. 

1855. 1261 Design for a Renaissance 

palace. 

7, Somerset Terrace. 

1856. 1083 Design for a proposed Town 

Hall at Rugby. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



EASTLAKE, Miss Elizabeth R. 

Painter. 
23, Ermtngton Terrace, 

Nutley, Plymouth. 
1883. 13+6 "The thoughts of youth are 
long, long thoughts." 

EASTLAKE, W Painter. 

The Brake, Horvabridge, 

Devon. 
1872. 6-6 On Roborough Down, Devon. 
3, Buckland Terrace, Plymouth. 
1877. 865 A hayfield. 

EASTMAN, Frank S Painter. 

Mavis Bank, Sydenham. 

1902. S99 The Masque of Cupid, from 

Spencer's Faerie Queene. 
226, Avonmore Road, 

Kensington. 

1903. 487 Constance, daughter of E. S. 

Goodes, Esq. 
556 Poppies. 
134S Madeline. 

1904. 678 "A mother is a mother still — 

the holiest thing alive." 
7S7 Mrs. ^V. Oswald Watt. 



Reginald. 

Miniature Painter. 
4, Rutland St., Hampstead Rd. 
Captain Tatum. 
Signora Castigato da Zotti. 
N. A. Goslin, Esq. 
Portrait of a lady. 
The children of F. Newdigate, 

Esq., and Lady Frances 

Newdigate. 
Miss Clara Spencer Knox and 

Miss Isabella Spencer Knox. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
Mrs. Douglas Moffat. 
Master Moffat. 
Master J. Moffat. 
Sir William Cradock Hartopp. 
Edmund Charles Hartopp. 
Miniature of a lady. 
Mrs. J. A. Ewart. 
Master Groves. 
Lieut. -Col. J. A. Ewart, 93rd 

Highlander.s. 
Mrs. Kent of Dinham Hall, 

Ludlow. 
Miss Hambury Leigh of Ponty- 

pool Park. 
Miss Eva Walker, daughter of 

Capt. Edmund Walker, R.E. 
Mrs. Compton Potter. 
*Miss Eva Walker. 
Mrs. Anderjon. 



EASTON, 


1835- 


877 


1836. 


455 




5'3 




719 


1839. 


610 



1846. 1035 



1848. 


looS 


1854. 


807 




832 




836 


1855- 


859 




871 


1857- 


817 


1859. 


745 




772 




784 


1864. 


707 




716 




722 




733 




733 




734 



1864. 

1865. 



1866. 
1867. 



1868. 
1869. 



734 
727 
729 

761 
764 

646 

792 

794 
798 



8 40 
861 
862 



1022 
1033 
1037 

1038 
1039 

1040 
1041 
1046 



1870. 689 



69, 



1871. 



693 



706 
7'4 

995 
996 

1000 

1018 



1872. 



1873- 



■332 
'347 
1372 
1375 
•377 
1380 

■359 



Miss Hambury Leigh. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Georgiana, daughter of Charles 
Taylor, Esq. 

Children of W. Reid, Esq. 

Mrs. C. Combe. 

22, Percy Street. 

Lady Alicia Young. 

Miss Hambury of Pont-y-pool 
Park. 

The eldest daughter of Col. the 
Hon. F. Morgan. 

Mrs. Green Price of Norton 
Manor. 

Ferdinand, eldest son of Sir 
George Walker, Bart. 

Mrs. Collison. 

Miss Helen Garth. 

Miss Leacock of Oak Hill. 

96, Mount Street. 

The Duchess of Beaufort. 

73, Tavistock Crescent. 

Lady Mabel Bridgeman. 

Hon. Mrs. Sackville West. 

Prince Christian Victor of 
Schleswig-Holstein. 

Princess Victoria of Hesse. 

Alamayou, son of King Theo- 
dore. 

Princess Elizabeth of Hesse. 

Princess Irene of Hesse. 

Master Congreve. 

H.R.H. Prince Albert Victor 
of Wales. Exhibited by 
Command of Her Majesty. 

H.R.H. Prince George of 
Wales. E.xhibited by Com- 
mand of Her Majesty. 

H.R.H. the Princess of Wales, 
with Princess Louisa of 
Wales. Exhibited by Com- 
mand of Her Majesty. 

Mrs. Charles King Anderson. 

Lady Charlotte Cole. 

Mrs. Arthur Whately. 

Miss Spalding. 

Miss Lane. 

Master Hubrand Russell. 

68, Cormvall Road, 

Westbourne Park. 

Master Claude Bagot. 

Miss Gertrude Bibby. 

Miss Agnes Bibby. 

Miss Sarah Bibby. 

Viscountess Crichton. 

The Hon. Miss Hervey. 

Katharine Cecilia, elder 
daughter of the Rt. Hon. 
E. H. KnatchbuU-Huges- 
soii, M.P. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1 1 



1873- 



1874. 



i«75- 



1876. 



1877. 



1878. 



1879. 



>,62 

'373 
1376 

•377 
1378 

1381 
1383 

'3°y 
1310 

■3'5 
1319 

1324 

1325 
1151 

1152 
1153 

1199 
1204 



1213 
1216 
1225 
1240 



1 30s 

[257 
1258 
[259 

1272 
1276 
1277 
1281 
1294 

1304 
1315 
1316 
1326 
1327 
1328 
1329 
1343 



Miss Emma Chandos Pole. 
I'lorence, daughter of Admiral 

Bagot. 
Prince Albert of Schleswig- 

Holstein. 
Prince Christian Victor of 

Schleswig-Holstcin. 
Princess Victoria of Schleswig- 
Holstcin. 
Mrs. Battye. 
Mrs. Chandos Pole. 

22, Percy Street. 
Mrs. Baillie Hamilton. 
Agneta, second daughter of T. 

Harrison, Esq., C.E. 
Catherine, fourth daughter of 

T. Harrison, Esq. 
Mildred, third daughter of T. 

Harrison, lisq. 
Mrs. Coffin. 
Lady Mary Herbert. 
Cecil, eldest son of the Hon. 

Allen de Tatton Egerton. 
Everilda, eldest daughter of 

Walter Creyke, Esq. 
Edward, son of John Ussher, 

Esq. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Camilla, daughter of Lt.-Col. 

Edmond Walker, R.E. 
Magdalene, eldest daughter of 

General the Hon. Sir Percy 

and Lady Mary Herbert. 
Lady Audry Howard. 
Mrs. Austen Leigh. 
Lady Blanche Butler. 
Lady Jane Grimstone. 
Miss Edith Chenevix Trench. 

35, Ledbury Road. 
Mrs. Henry Wood. 
Henry, eldest son of Charles 

W. Wood, Esq. 
Herbert Marshall Finch. 
Hugh Earnshaw Finch. 
Frederic Morgan of Rupperra 

Castle. 
Miss Gladstone. 
Hon. the Master of Lindsay. 
Hon. Evelyn Lindsay. 
Hon. H. W. Crichton. 
Miss Morgan of Rupperra 

Castle. 
Mrs. Maxwell. 

) Cecil and Walter, sons of Lewis 
f Ferdinand Floersheim, Esq. 
Albert Slingsby Broadley. 
Mrs. Frith. 

) Children of the late Charles 
I Oppenheim, Esq. 
Annie Elizabeth Broadley. 



1880. 



1881. 



1882. 



1883. 



1885. 



1372 



373 
384 

3S5 

399 
400 
401 

298 

304 

3>i" 

3'^ 

313 

3'4 

3'5. 

326 

36. 

368 

374 
403 

410 

421 
422 
425 

246 

257 

268 
273 
2S7 
298 

477 
483 
485 



499 
505 

S'2 



516 
486 

491 

498 
514 



Charles Archibald, youngest 

son of Colonel Calvert, 

R.A. 
Lady Evelyn Finch Hatton. 
Mrs. Townshend Wilson. 
Pierre, son of the Rev. F. P. du 

Santoy. 
Miss Blanche Baddeley. 
Arthur Conway Dobbs. 
Angela Mary, daughter of Sir 

N. Kay-Shuttleworth, Bart. 
The Hon. Anthony Henley. 
Miss Townshend Wilson. 

Children of George Faudel 
Phillips, Esq. 

Ernest Herbert Campbell Bald. 
The Hon. Mrs. Henry Finch 

Hatton. 
Lady Kay-Shuttleworth. 
Mrs. Dasent. 
Fanny, daughter of W. P. Frith, 

Esq., R.A. 
Mabel, daughter of Lady Claude 

Scott. 
Mrs. Fitzgerald. 
Evelyan Fanshaw, Esq. 
George Macaulay, son of G. O. 

Trevelyan, Esq., M.P. 
Lady Loraine. 
Jacqueline, daughter of Sir 

Lambton Loraine. 
Dulce, daughter of C. Oppen- 
heim, Esq. 
Edith Norah, daughter of 

George Petrie, Esq. 
Percy, son of Sir Lambton 

Loraine. 
Muriel, daughter of Henry A. 

Daniell, Esq. 
Miss Upton Cottrell-Dormer. 
Lady Colin Campbell. 
Frances Jane Winnington, 

daughter of Sir Francis 

Winnington, Bart. 
Miss Edythe Grant. 
Miss Scott, daughter of the late 

Thomas A. Scott, Esq. 
Lady Ottoline Cavendish Ben- 

tinck, daughter of the Baron- 
ess Bolsover. 
Miss Chamberlain. 
Edmond Maghlin, son of 

Neptune Blood, Esq. 
Hon. Lionel William George 

Guest. 
Mrs. Neptune Blood. 
The Countess of Dundonald. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Easton, Reginald — continued. 

18S5. 1515 The daughters of the late Rev. 
George \Vasey. 

1520 Francis Salway, son of Sir 

Francis Winnington. 

1521 Grizel, daughter of the Earl 

of Dundonald. 
1549 Ethel, daughter of Captain 
George Harrisson. 

1886. 1341 Hon. Mrs. Edwin Ponsonby. 
1344 Ethel Louise, daughter of L. 

Floersheim, Esq. 

1356 Miss Harriet Townshend Wil- 

son. 

1357 Maurice, second son of the 

Hon. Edwin Ponsonby. 
1378 Miss Caroline Townshend Wil- 
son. 

1382 Portrait of a lady. 

1 38 3 Mrs. Algernon Elwes. 

1 88 7. 1340 Isura Freda Loraine. 

1347 Henry Faudel Phillips. 

1348 Norah Faudel Phillips. 

1349 Mrs. Henry Faudel Phillips. 

1350 Rachel Faudel Phillips. 

1351 Cyril Faudel Phillips. 
'359 Jacqueline Loraine. 



EASTWOOD, Francis H. ... Painter. 

2, Hill Road, N. W. 
1878. S74 Porto San Giorgio, Florence. 

25, Fitzroy Street. 
1880. 280 The Abbot's house, Malmes- 
bury. 
817 " Calm simplicity of Grace, our 
Italy's own attitude." 
1882. 996 "There's rosemary, that's for 
remembrance, etc." — Ham- 
let. 
5, Kensington Square Alansions. 
1 89 1. 141 3 A debutante. 

Coynpton, near Guildford. 

1901. 109 A town of the Midi. 

57, Bedford Gardens, 

Kensington. 

1902. 687 An Italian garden. 



EASTWOOD, J. Henry . Architect. 

17, Mecklenburg Square. 
1889. 1930 Staircase decoration, 89, 
Queen's Gate. 

42, Cheniston Gardetis. 

1901. 1683 Church of St. Felix, Felix- 

stowe. 

1902. 1458 St. Anne's Cathedral, Leeds. 
1459 St. Anne's Cathedral, Leeds — 

High Altar. 
1904. 1520 do. do. do. 



1904. iCii Cathedral of St. Barnabas, 
Nottingham — High Altar. 
1646 Cathedral of St. Anne's, Leeds, 
etc. 



EATON, Charles Warren ... Painter. 

139, West sStli Street, 

Ne7u York. 

1890. 373 Maine Woods in Winter. 
407 Drear December. 

412 The Autumnal Moon. 
1339 Winter evening. 

9, East 1 7/// St., JVem York. 

1 89 1. 31S Winter solitude. 
815 Winter morning. 

1368 December evening. 

123, Fift/i Avenue, New York. 
1894. 123 The valley road. 
899 Frost flowers. 

EATON, Miss E Painter. 

34, Charlotte St., Blackfriars. 
1817. 117 Landscape and cattle from 

Marlborough Downs. 
1 819. 772 View from High Beech, Essex. 
2, Eaton Street, Blackfriars. 

1 82 1. Ill Sketch from Woodford, Essex. 
199 Sketch from Loughton, Essex. 

1822. 540 Evening scene. 

EATON, Miss Ellen M. M... .Painter. 

88, Wanvick Gardens, 

West Kensington. 
1897. 1382 Steamer on the Medway. 

EATON, George Painter. 

Chapel Field, Norwich. 

1867. 61; The Plumstead Marshes. 

1868. 286 The confluence of the Bure 

and the Yare, Great Yar- 
mouth. 



EATON, J. B Painter. 

22, Charlotte Street. 
1 8 10. 428 The washerwoman. 
iSii. 506 An old lady attending to the 
reading of her grand- 
daughter. " As on her chair 
in peace reclin'd, etc." 
181 2. 148 View from Marlborough forest, 
Wilts. 
186 Pcckinghall bridge, near Chip- 
penham. 

1815. 12 Rowde hill, Devizes, Wilts. 
306 The Road to Petersham from 

Richmond Hill. 

18 16. 266 Sketch near Epping, Essex. 



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13 



34, Charh'tte Street. 
1818. 841 I'hc infant anglers. " l''rc([uent 
along the margin of the 
stream, etc." 
2, Eaton Street, 

Great Charlotte Street. 
1821. 485 A view near Brighton. 

EATON, Miss M. 

Miniature Painter. 

Burlington House, Alanchestcr. 
1904. 1241 Edwin Waugh, E.scj., the Lan- 
cashire poet. 

EATON, Stephen O Painter. 

1 7, Fitzroy Square. 

1889. 124 Hampstead. 

192 Down by the river side. 
103 1 Poppies. 

EBEL, William Augustus. 

Architect. 

16, Camden Grove, Peckham. 
1884. 1327 Design for a panel of a reredos : 
The Annunciation. 

EBNER, Louis Painter. 

157, Neiv Bond Street. 

1890. 616 Fire in a village. 

EBURNE, Miss Emma. See Mrs. 
William Oliver (afterwards Mrs. 
John Sedgwick). 

ECCLES, Rev. Mr Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1777. 405 A fruit piece in crayons. 

ECCLES, J. Evans Painter. 

6, TroIIope St., Wandsworth. 
1883. 186 Zingaretha. 

ECKHART, Miss E Painter. 

1798. 93 An Italian view. 

ECKHOUT, J. J Painter. 

(Directeur de I'Academie de la Haye.) 

1845. 476 La lecture. 

1850. 18 The children of A. Stephens, 
Esq., Whitwell Hall, York- 
shire. 

ECKSTEIN, George Paul. ..Sculptor. 

Green Man, Ber'ivick Street. 
1777. 106 Bas-relief in marble. 
107 A model in wax. 

41, Tash Street. 
1798. 1043 A model in wax. 



1799. 1090 Model of a bull. 

1094 Model of a dog. 

1 801. 83 Poetry. 

1017 Portrait of a dog. 

1018 do. a cat. 
1020 do. an artist. 

1802. 956 Three different kinds of foliage; 

a study. 

957 A model of a dog. 

ECKSTEIN, John Painter. 

John Street, Oxford Road. 
1770. 77 A family piece in coloured 
wax. 

78 Three portraits in coloured 

wax. 

79 A landscape with figures in 

coloured wax. 
41, Tash Street, 

Gray's Inn Lane. 
\1^1. 249 Portrait. {Mr. Ba?tnister,Jnn.) 
Summer Roiv, Birmingham. 
1792. 674 Portrait of a gentleman. 

19, Charing Cross. 

1796. 499 Soldier's return. 

15, New Lisle Street, 

Leicester Square. 

1797. 3 Portraits of a lady and children. 

55, Grafs Inn Lane. 

1798. 494 Conversation. 

1799. 376 A boy fishing. 

404 Children playing with their 

father. 
417 A fortune-teller. 
468 Punch. 
610 The Camel. 

1801. 561 A Newfoundland dog saving a 

child. 
56S The child recovered and 
brought to his parents. 

1802. 253 The rash Lewellin. " Lewellin 

returns; not immediately 
finding his child, and rashly 
suspicious, he stabs Gelert: 
when the rosy infant, hid 
beneath some clothes, is 
safely discovered with a dead 
wolf." 
254 The faithful Gelert. " Lewellin 
being gone to the chace, the 
faithful Gelert encounters a 
great wolf in defence of his 
infant heir, etc." 

EDDINGTON, William Clarke. 

Painter. 

68, Neivma7i Street. 
1861. 896 "Such nooks of valleys, lined 
with orchis, Fed full of noises 
by invisible streams." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Eddington, William Clarke — amtimied. 

Comtn'illa, Worcester. 

1862. 971 Study of ferns in the Welsh 

woods. 

973 The Lledr Valley, NorthWales. 

45, Guildford Street, 

1864. 603 Lingering. 

623 A Welsh pastoral. 

16, St. Peter's Terrace, 

Notting Hill. 

1865. 659 Gate Crag, Borrowdale, Cum- 

berland. 
1868. 745 Welsh mist. 

Guildford. 
1873- 73S " Now came still evening on." 
1875. 759 Mountain twilight. 
792 Pandy Mill. 

42, Hart Street. 

1880. 211 The ferry— twilight. 

Barlmurne, IVorcester. 

1881. 609 A March day. 

{See also William Clarke, vol. ii, p. 73.) 



EDDIS, Eden Upton Painter. 

30, Gcrrard Street, Soho. 

1834. 93 A school boy. 

1835. 250 A study from nature. 

78, Newman Street. 

1837. 404 A portrait. 

1838. 378 do. 

410 The Archbishop of Armagh, 
Lord Primate of all Ireland. 
{Lord John Beresford.) 

1839. 302 His Excellency Viscount Eb- 

rington. Lord Lieutenant of 
Ireland. 
518 Portraits. 

938 Sketch of Sir Francis Chantrey, 
R.A. 

78, _/('/-;«]■« Street. 
1S40. 477 The widowed mother. 

524 The Earl of Camperdown. 
730 The Duke of Bedford. 
867 Lady Elizabeth Duncan. 

78, Ne7i<ma7i Street. 

1 84 1. 5 The lesson; portraits. 

443 Blanche, daughter of John 

Villiers Shelley, Esq. 
603 Sketch of Lord Braybrooke. 

1842. 135 Armoric, son of William 

McGwire, Esq. 

314 A pause! two portraits. 

355 Daughter of Jones Loyd, Esq. 

448 Bransby Blake Cooper, Esq., 
F.R.S., Surgeon and Lec- 
turer at Guy's Hospital, Pro- 
fessor of Surgery to the 
Royal College of Surgeons, 
etc. 



1842. 
1843. 



1844. 



1848. 



1849. 



3' 
135 
280 



670 
.56 





5>5 


1845- 


57S 


1846. 

1847- 


.63 
16 




109 




547 



975 
999 
449 



1850. 



921 
86 

223 



Daughter of George Warne 
Norman, Esq. 

A peasant girl. 

George Warde Norman, Esq. 

Naomi J and her daughter-in- 
law. "And Ruth said, In- 
treat me not to leave thee, 
etc." 

Sketch of Earl Brecknock, son 
of the Marquis Camden. 

The raising of the daughter of 
Jairus. " And he suffered no 
man to follow him, save Peter 
and James and John." 

Portrait of a young lady as a 
peasant girl. 

Jochebed, the mother of Moses, 
attended by Miriam his sis- 
ter, about to deposit her babe 
in the ark. 

The fortune-teller. 

The Bishop of London. {C.J. 
Blomfield.) 

Daughter of M. Van de Weyer, 
the Belgian Minister. 

Francis Hobler, Esq., present- 
ing to Warren Stormes Hale, 
Esq., Chairman of the City 
of London School, in the 
presence of the Rev. Dr. 
Mortimer, Head Master, and 
Thomas Brewer, Esq., Sec- 
retary, the Deeds of Trust 
for two scholarships of ^50 
per annum each, founded 
by Henry Beaufoy, Esq., 
F.R.S., for the benefit of 
Pupils proceeding to the 
University of Cambridge. 

57, Harley Street. 

The sisters, from " Bereave- 
ment," a poem by the Rev. 
J. Keble, Part I: " I marked 
when vernal meads were 
bright, etc." 

The Sisters, etc.. Part II: 
" Thy first glad earthly task 
is o'er, etc." 

Arabella Maud Hopkinson. 

Lady Gertrude Douglas. 

St. Peter and St. John healing 
the sick. " Grant unto thy 
servants, etc." — Acts iv, 29, 

30- 
The daughter of Jones Loyd, 

Esq. 
Miss Alice Cavendish. 
Sir Charles Trevelyan, K.C.B., 

etc. 
" E mira c trema, etc." 



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1850. 808 The Rt. Hon. Thomas Bab- 

ington Macaulay. 
958 Maurice Macartney. 
978 Miss Bowyer Smyth. 

1 85 1. 7 The Archbishop of Canterbury. 

i^Snmner.) 
429 The Bishop of London. {Blom- 

field.) 
480 Lord Overstone. 
1161 Miss CeciHa Baring. 

1852. 426 Lady Edward Fitzalan How- 

ard. 
607 Archdeacon Venables, Chair- 
man of the Radnorshire 
Quarter Sessions for 25 
years, etc. 
1035 Hon. Mrs. Maud. 
1052 Lord Edward Fitzalan Howard. 
1 1 34 The Hon. Thomas Kenyon. 
For the Court of Quarter 
Sessions, Salop. 
1853- 8^ Portraits of the daughters of 
John Henry Elwes, Esq., 
painted as peasant girls. 
294 The Earl of Hardwick. 
338 Edward Chapman, Esq. 
400 Lord St. Leonards. Fainted 
w/ien Lord Chancellor. 

1854. 305 Rev. G. E. L. Catton, Master 

of Marlborough College. 

Painted by subscription of 

his Rugby pupils. 
337 Portraits of the children of 

Dudley Majoribanks, Esq. 
472 George Frederick Young, Esq., 

late M.P. for Scarborough. 

Fresentation portrait. 
745 Drawing of Lady Blanche 

Craven. 
937 William Ernest Bolland, Esq. 

1855. 62 The Rev. John Jennings, M. A., 

Rector of St. John, West- 
minster. Subscription por- 
trait. 

790 Miss Edith Hardy. 

937 Lady Katherine Egerton. 

1856. 234 Daughters of A. M. Mundy, 

Esq., of Shipley Hall, Der- 
byshire. 

443 The Bishop of St. Asaph. 
( Tlws. Vowler Short. ) 

875 The Hon. Mary Alice Ponson- 
by, daughter of the Rt. Hon. 
Lord de Mauley. 

1857. 23 Father's dinner. 

159 His Excellency George Miffin 
Dallas, American Minister. 

303 The Rev. Richard Michell, 
B.D., Public Orator of Ox- 
ford. Presentation portrait. 



1859. 



470 



695 



747 



16 



322 
604 



1857. 654 Daughter of R. S. Holford, 

Esq. 
936 Daughter of the Earl and 
Countess of Darnley. 

1858. 401 " Fail not for sorrow, falter not 

for sin, ctc."—F. A. Butler. 
Hon. John Manners Yorke, 

Midshipman H.M.S. " Eury- 

alus." 
Lord Sackville West Cecil, son 

of the Marquis of Salisbury. 
Lord Arthur Cecil, son of the 

Marquis of Salisbury. 
The Lord Chancellor. {Lord 

Chelmsford.) Painted for the 

Council Chamber at Abiiig- 

don. 
Sir Harry Jones, K.C.B., R.E. 
Sir Erasmus Wilson, Bart., 

Chancellor of St. David's. 

Presentation portrait. 
694 Drawing of two children. 
i860. 150 Lady Mary Craven. 

731 Daughter of Walter Hemming, 

Esq. 

1861. 17 Robert Palmer, Esq. Painted 

for the Assize Court LLall, 
Reading. 
887 H. J. Adeane, Esq., M.P.; 
sketch. 

1862. 53S " AVith summer's ruin cheer the 

winter's hearth." 
721 Daughter of Mrs. Humphrey 

St. John Mildmay. 
820 Sketch of the child of Thomas 

Entwisle, Esq. 

1863. 138 " With timid step she ventured 

on the rocks." 
852 Miss Isabella Temple. 

1864. loi Gathering fir cones: The por- 

trait of a daughter of Thomas 
Entwisle, Esq. 

1865. 53S Ellen, youngest daughter of 

Lord Belper. 

1866. 103 A little man. 

130 Charles Hilhouse, Esq. Painted 

for Lnfant Orphan Asylum. 
720 Miss Emily Mildmay. 

65, Harley Street. 

1867. 283 The Rev. Alfred J. Carver, 

D.D., Master of Alleyne's 
College of " God's Gift " at 
Dulwich. Presentation por- 
trait. 

339 Bird's nesting. 

532 Miss Arabin. 

1868. 200 Spring time. 

332 The Hon. Ada Trefusis, 
daughter of Lord Clinton. 

1869. 299 A recollection of the hills. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Eddis, 
1869. 



1870. 



1871. 



1872. 
1873- 



1S74. 



1875- 



1876. 
1877. 

1878. 
1879. 



i»8o. 
1881. 
1883. 



361 

S27 

84+ 
+83 



Eden Upton — contimtcd. 
318 Going to work: Florence, 
second daughter of Mr. and 
the Hon. Mrs. Augustus 
Halford. 
Miss Sarah Napier. 
Daughter of Lewis Fry, Esq.; 

crayons. 
John Robert Kenyon, Esq., 

Q.C, D.C.L.; crayons. 
The dead robin: portrait of 
Sylvia, daughter of G. E. 
Adams, Esq. 
503 Take care! portrait of Ewen, 
son of Evan C. Sutherland 
Walker, Esq. 
1032 Wild flowers. 
327 Helping gardener. 
69 Sybil Grey. 
83 Emma. 

101 Isabel and Ethel, daughters 
of Calvert Toulmin, Junr., 
Esq. 
592 Returning from the wood. 
85 Harold and Leonard, eldest 
sons of Lieut. -Col. Josiah 
Wilkinson. 
376 Crossing the heath. 
1037 The market gardener. 
122; Lady Ulrica Thynne. 
1358 Portrait of his mother. 
416 Elinor and Ethel, daughters of 
the Hon. Henry Edward 
Butler. 
440 Mrs. Keane, elder daughter of 

John Vance, Esq., M.P. 
521 Rev. William Gilson Hum- 
phry, D.D., Rector of St. 
Martin's. For the Parish 
Veslry. 
224 Miss Florence Vance, youngest 
daughter of the late John 
Vance, Esq., M.P. 
58 Rev. John Edward Kempe, 
M.A., Rector of St. James', 
Westminster. Painted for the 
Vestry Room. 
2S7 Study on Albury Heath. 
29 Lord Coleridge, Lord Chief 

Justice of Common Pleas. 
78 Summertime: Jessie, daughter 

of G. H. Palmer, Esq. 
24 Mrs. Robert Arthur Valpy and 
child. 
43^ "Whatdat?" Cicely, daughter 
Pryor Powell, 



1082 
59 



of Henry 

Esq. 
A Portrait. 
Early flowers. 
Little Evelyn. 



EDDISON, Sam Painter. 

49, Cemetery Road, Leeds. 
1891. 727 Mrs. Alfred Barker. 
1S92. 400 George F. Kirk, Esq. 

EDELFELT, Albert Painter. 

147, Avenue de Villiers, Paris. 

1 89 1. 1354 Leila. 

EDEN, F. C Architect. 

3, Staple Inn. 
1897. iSoS Rood screen, Blisland Church, 
Cornwall. 

EDEN (F. C.) and Williams (J. L.). 

Architects. 
6, Staple Inn. 

1892. 1S30 St. Luke's church, Winnington. 
1894. 1700 St. Aidan's church, Walton-le- 

Dale. 

EDEN, Hon. Mary J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 81 5. 239 Landscape and cattle. 
242 do. do. 

EDEN, William Painter. 

Fulwood Park, Liverpool. 
1868. 158 On the Thames near Pang- 
bourne. 
6, Carlton Terrace, 

Milton Road, Liverpool. 

1872. 162 A summer noon — Broughton 

Mills, Lancashire. 

1873. 359 Winter Evening. 

1875. 1231 Coniston old Man. "Drowsy 

tinklings lull the distant 

folds." 

14, Landon Street, Liverpool. 

1876. 663 The " Red Deeps." 
693 A deserted quarry. 

1877. 1386 Lumb Holm Farm, Broughton- 

in-Furness. 

1 88 1. 292 The River Duddon — autumn 
morning. 
10, Hill Rd., St. John's Wood. 

1885. 1195 The walls of Nuremberg. 

1888. 667 The Thames at Sutton Court- 
ney. 

1890. 1378 Flatford Mill. 

1 89 1. 1235 Through the wood. 

1893. 1150 A field of poppies. 

1894. 1136 Near Golf links, Aldeburgh. 
116; Cornfield, Selborne. 

1176 Slaughden, Suffolk. 

22, Harley Road. 

1895. 1068 Where the rivulet joins the sea. 
1076 On the heights. 

1097 The road by the sea. 

1896. 1125 Staffordshire uplands. 



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1897. 1332 Lane near Midhurst. 

1401 Ruined church on the common. 

1898. 1 129 Walberswick pier. 

EDEN, William Denis Painter. 

76, Adelaide Road. 

1900. 16+8 The Prioress's Tale. 

1 90 1. 80 " He who defers his work from 

day to day, etc." 

1902. 639 Robinson Crusoe. "But I 

would be satisfied with no- 
thing but going to sea, etc." 
7 1 1 Decerpta. 

1903. 6^4 The power of fancy. 
783 Eat to live. 

EDGE, Margaritta C Painter. 

Connaught Square. 
1834. 269 View in South ^Vales. 

EDGINGTON, E. W Painter. 

Brook Green Street Studios. 

Hammersmith. 
1888. 765 A winter afternoon. 

EDGINGTON-WILLIAMS, Miss E. 
See^. 



EDINGER, William H Painter. 

Sylvan Road, Snaresbrook. 
1897. 513 Near Broadwater, Sussex. 

EDIS, Colonel Robert William, F.S.A., 
F.R.I.B.A Architect. 

52, Liticoln's Inn Fields. 
1862. 836 Villa residence at Uxbridge. 
837 do. do. do. 

129, Albany Street. 

1864. 812 New church near London. 

55, Albany Street. 

1865. 780 New warehouses. Wood Street, 

Cheapside, for W. Haynes, 
Esq., etc. 

4, Osnaburgh Terrace. 

1868. 887 New Mansions, Bayswater 

Road. 

1869. 963 Lodge at Boscombe, near 

Bournemouth. 
967 do. do. do. 

14, Fitzroy Square. 

1870. 753 Mansion at Petersfield. 
787 Sketches in France. 

795 do. do. and Italy. 

802 New warehouse, Bridge Row, 
City. 
III. 



1S71. 

1872. 
1873- 

1874. II 



Kensall Green 



1875- 



1876. 
1877. 



1878. 
1879. 
1S80. 



1882. 
1883. 



1884. 
1885. 

1886. 



1887. 

1888. 

1889. 

1890. 

1891. 
1893. 
1894. 



882 Tomb in 

Cemetery. 
884 Mansion near Huntingdon, for 

A. W. Marshall, Esq. 
981 "Old Bishop's Palace," Buck- 
den, etc. 
1 161 House at Bexley, Kent. 
iiSo Paul's Wharf, Upper Thames 
Street. 

1125 Villa at Bexley. 

1 126 Board schools at Battersea. 
1 1 59 Hotel, Boscombe Spa, Bourne- 
mouth. 

1206 Paul's Wharf. 

Warehouses, Southwark Street. 
94 Board Schools, Harper Street. 
1208 House at Twineham, Sussex. 
931 New House at Streatham. 
9S0 Church of St. Stephen's, East 

Twickenham. 
047 House at Lubenham, etc. 
069 64, New Bond Street. 
073 Mansion near Ring wood. 
087 Cornwell church, Oxon. 
0S5 96, New Bond Street, 
i-i Entrance, house, Eastbourne. 
095 House at Eastbourne. 
132 157, New Bond Street. 
103 West London School of Art, 

Great Titchfield Street. 
105 Truro Cathedral. 
140 Inner Temple Library. 
144 Victoria Mansions, Victoria 

Street, 
loi Warren House, Iver Heath. 
177 Premises, Fleet Street. 
134 Westwoodhay House. 
218 Church and Mausoleum, 

Rufford. 
206 Buildings, Brook Street. 
S3 5 Entrance — Constitutional Club. 
899 Badmington Club, Piccadilly. 
625 Constitutional Club. 
62S Legal and General Life Assur- 
ance Society. 
6S5 Constitutional Club. 
769 Byrkley Lodge, Staffordshire. 
907 New Screen, Inner Temple 

Hall. 
816 Hall, Byrkley, Burton-on- 

Trent. 
822 Junior Constitutional Club, 

Piccadilly. 
840 Convalescent home. 
503 Entrance gates — Eaton Hall. 
539 Conservative Club House, 

Glasgow. 



EDMESTON Architect. 

1810. 737 Design for a Villa. 



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EDMESTON, James Architect. 

Coveiitiy. 
1854. 1239 Clock tower, Market Square, 
Geelong, etc. 

5, Cro7un Court. 
1859. 1135 Great Gallery, Architectural 
Exhibition, 9, Conduit 
Street, etc. 

EDMONDS, Miss Anna Maria. 

Painter. 

c\o G. Sa?tderson, 

49, Charing Cross. 
1867. 938 The lumberer's shanty. 
{See Mrs. Willi.\m Collings Lukis 

GUERIN.) 

EDMONDS, C Architect. 

4, Bennet Street, Southivark. 

1795. 687 Design for a store house. 

1796. 725 A pavillion designed for a 

nobleman's garden. 
7, Church Row, Neivington. 
1798. 1025 Design for a hunting villa. 
2, Church Row Yard, 

Neuniigton. 

1800. 1050 Design for a bath. 

1801. 1033 An addition to Tidmaish 

house, for R. Hopkins, Esq. 

EDMONDS, Mrs. C. (E.) Painter. 

Mote Lodge, Heavitree, Exeter. 
1900. 1344 Cottages — St. Minver, North 
Cornwall. 

EDMONDS, C. W. C Architect. 

Bridge Street, Sojithwark. 

1834. 919 Design for a castellated man- 

sion. 

1835. 930 Design for a villa. 

■ 1836. 1051 do. gothic villa. 

1837. mo do. castellated mansion. 

1838. 1 102 do. Ionic temple. 

1839. 117S St. Peter's church, etc. 

St. Saviour's, Southwark. 

1840. 916 Design; Castellated Mansion. 

1 84 1. 967 do. Park Entrance. 

1842. 1026 do. a church. 

1843. 1316 do. a mansion. 

1844. 1064 do. a villa. 

1845. 1243 do. Elizabethan Mansion. 
1849. 1049 do. do. villa. 



EDMONDS, F. W 

(An Honorai 
1845. 656 The ima 

EDMONDS, MissLili 



, Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1845. 656 The image dealer. 

, ....„^ -WW. an Painter. 

49, Wigmorc Street. 
1896. 79 Miss Rosine Defries. 



1896. 
1897. 



1903. 



710 Portrait of the artist. 
41 An art student. 
700 Vauxhall bridge— Evening. 

141a, Church Street, Chelsea. 
1840 Mrs. Robert Fuller; painted 
relief. 



EDMONDSON, J Sculptor. 

14, Warwick Street, 

Golden Square. 

1790. 50S Basso relievo. 

1791. 265 An imitation of a bas relief. 

1792. 605 do. do. do. 

EDMONDSON, Robert Holt. 

Painter. 

1870. 549 Signs of Winter. 

Oakfield, Wilmstow, Cheshire. 
1885. 1666 Off the Coast of Donegal. 

EDMONSTON, Samuel Painter. 

17, London Street, Edinburgh. 
1862. 425 Music hath charms. 
1864. 31 The fisherman's return. 



EDMONSTONE, Robert .. Painter. 




164, Strand. 


1S18. 


145 Portrait of a gentleman. 




307 do. child. 


1819. 


239 Portraits of the children of J. 




Campbell, Esq., Master in 




Chancery. 




g, Charles Street, 




Cavendish Square. 


1821. 


355 Portrait of a lady. 


1823. 


303 do. do. 




440 — Walton, Esq. 




455 Portrait of a lady. 


1824. 


404 Mrs. C. Lane and family. 




67, Charlotte Street. 


1825. 


359 Portrait of a gentleman. 




63, Upper Charlotte Street. 


1826. 


163 Miss Walton. 




174 Charles Lane, Esq. 




306 Portraits of two sisters. 




497 Portrait of the daughter of John 




Campbell, Esq. 


1827. 


317 Maternal Solicitude. "Thy 




nightly visits to my chamber 




made That thou might'st 




know me safe and warmly 




laid."— C^ze//^n 


1828. 


291 Portraits of a lady and child. 




535 Portrait of a gentleman. 




610 John Waldie, Esq. 


1829. 


89 Colonel Greenwell. 


1830. 


113 Italian boys playing at cards. 




117 Mrs. Campbell and son. 


1 


12, Greek Street. 


1 '833. 


152 Venetian water-carrier. 



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1834. 65 Children of the Hon. Sir 
Edward Cust. 
100 Neapolitan and Savoyard. 

EDMUNDS, Miss Nellie M. H. 

Miniature Painter. 

23, South Croxted Road, 

IVest Duhvich. 

1896. 1342 Madelaine, daughter of Fred 

Marshall, Esq. 

1897. i+io Joan, daughter of Fred Mar- 

shall, Esq. 
1512 Gladys,, daughter of B. de B. 
Bernard, Escj. 

1898. 1319 Dora,daughter of John Rankin, 

Esq. 
1336 Mrs. Edward Paul. 
1367 Mrs. Edward Paul, Junr. 

1899. 12S? Mrs. Edwards. 

1336 Brenda, daughter of H. For- 
tune, Esq. 

1900. 1437 Mrs. Hornby Lewis. 

1902. 1242 Leslie Ashurst, son of Walter 

Judd, Esq. 
171, South Croxted Road, 

West Duhoich. 

1903. 1271 Beatrice; a portrait study. 
1298 Beatrice, daughter of James 

Douglas, Esq. 

EDMUNDS, W Architect. 

Margate. 
I S3 1. 10S9 Margate New church. 

EDOUART, A. ... Miniature Painter. 

46, Rathhonc Place. 
18x5. 6S0 Portrait of a horse. 
697 Portraits of dogs. 

1 7, I ['ardour Street. 
1816. 673 Portrait of an old man. 

734 Portraits of dogs. 

735 Portrait of a dog. 

EDRIDGE, Henry, A.R.A. ... Painter. 

I/. Eldridge at Mr. Pethcr's, 
12, Frith St net, Soho. 

1786. 288 The weary traveller; miniature. 
365 Frame with nine portraits. 

H. Eldridge at Mr. Pether's, 
15, Panton Street, 

Leicester Square. 

1787. 299 Portrait of an artist. 

322 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 

Pettier.) 
364 Portrait of a gentleman. 
371 do. do. 

468 The statue of King Henry the 

VI in Eton College Chapel; 

a drawin" in chalks. 



1789. 



1790. 



1791. 



1792 



1794. 



1795- 



3°7 

364 

Z31 



H. Edridge at Mr. Pethei's, 
32, Oxendon .Street, 

Leicester Sijuare. 
1788. 302 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
{Hallifax.) 

306 Portrait of an artist. {Mr. 
Pet her.) 

309 Portrait of a gentleman, (y)//-. 
Greenwood.) 

317 Portrait of a bishop. (Samuel 
LLalifax, Bishop of Glouces- 
ter.) 

14, Church Street, Soho. 

299 Portrait of a gentleman. 

309 do. do. 

31S do. do. 

5, Old Compton Street. 

359 Portrait of a gentleman. 

378 Frame containing six portraits. 
{Mr. Eames' family.) 

693 Portrait of a clergyman. 

lo, Duf out's Place, Broad St. 

305 Portrait of a gentleman, 
do. lady. 

do. gentleman. 

do. young gentleman. 

Portrait of a comedian. {Mr. 
Munde/i.) 

258 A frame containing five minia- 
tures. {Mr. Shakespear, Mr. 
Sivan, Mr. La Forest, and 
Mr. Fuller.) 
1793- 393 A frame containingthree minia- 
tures. {Mr. C. LLoare, Mr. 
Lloare, Colonel Morrison, 
Master Bond, Mr. Millar, 
and Mr. LLoare.) {The three 
in the catalogue ivas probably 
a misprint for six.) 

43S A frame containing four minia- 
tures. 

489 Aframe containingthe portraits 
of three ladies of quality, a 
lady, a general officer, and 
four others. 

554 Portrait of a gentleman. 

554 Portrait of an admiral. {.Sir 
Richard A'ing.) 

59S Portraits of a lady and her two 
children. {ALrs. LLorselcy.) 

600 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
{LL^n. Master LLarris.) 

604 Portrait of a young lady. 

608 Portraits of a lady of quality 
and her child. {LLon. Mrs. 
Stanhope. ) 
1796. 469 Portrait of an eminent optician. 
{Mr. Ramsden.) 

597 A frame with five miniatures. 
{LLon. Mr. Fortescue, Col. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Edridge, Henry, A.R.A. — continued. 

Stanh-y, Master Hall, Miss 
Scott.) 

1796. 677 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

{Lady C. Duncombe in chalk. ) 
685 Portrait of a gentleman. {Hon. 

Mr. Fox.) 
6S7 Portrait of a nobleman. {The 

Lord Chancellor, Lord Lough- 
borough.) 
697 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Duncombe.) 
700 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
717 do. lady. {Mrs. C. 

Long.) 
71S Portrait of an artist. {Mr. 

Alexander.) 

1797. 436 Portrait of a naval officer. 

{Mr. E. Palmer.) 
437 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

{Duchess of Hatnilton.) 
+55 Portrait of a young lady. {Miss 

Diana Bouverie.) 

462 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

{Lady Brome.) 

463 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

{Hon. Mr. Robinson.) 

487 Portrait of a young nobleman. 
{Lord Grantham.) 

521 Portrait of a nobleman. {Mar- 
quess 0/ Lansdowne.) 

778 Portrait of a nobleman. 

792 do. lady. 

1004 do. do. 

1798. 416 do. Marquis Clanri- 

carde. 
437 Portrait of Mr. Rooker. 
545 do. Admiral Sir Horatio 

Nelson. 
60S Portrait of Lady Elizabeth 

Monck. 
610 Portrait of Mr. C. Long. 

Lady Jane Dundas. 
Colonel Westley. 
Mr. Fox. 
Lord Minto. 

1799. 626 Portraits of Lord and Lady 
St. Asaph, two Miss Ricketts, 
and Lieut. J. Delancey. 

627 Portraits of Lord Viscount 
Duncan, Lord Althorpe, 
Col. and Lady Charlotte 
Campbell and the Rev. Mr. 
Cracherode. 

629 Portrait of Lord Sheffield. 
65, Margaret St., Cavendish Si/. 

6»6 Portraits of Lady Sheffield, 
Lady Moira, Lady Susan 

North, Hon. llubart, 

and the Hon. J. Percy. 



611 


do. 


708 


do. 


719 


do. 


736 


do. 


626 


Portraits 



1800. 752 

1801. 359 
366 



379 

617 

1S02. 434 

462 



180.1 



1804. 



59+ 
595 
345 
35' 

427 
549 
559 

560 
565 



566 
1805. 631 

636 
637 



641 
642 
643 
439 
590 



1806. 



1S07. 



1808. 



602 
603 
604 



605 
608 
609 
630 
631 
642 
643 
644 
650 
65. 
577 
57S 
58. 



The Hon. Colonel A. Hope, 
Col. Wynyard, the Hon. A. 
Phipps, and Lieut. -Col. 
Guard. 

Portrait of the Rt. Hon. Wil- 
liam Pitt. 

Portraits of the Dowager Lady 
Beaumont, Mrs. Romelly, 
Master and Miss Paulet, and 
the Hon. William Ponsonby. 

The Earl of Macartney. 

Lord St. Helens. 

H.R.H. Prince William of 
Gloucester. 

Portraits of the Earl and 
Countess of Essex, the 
Duke of Dorset and Lady 
C. Jenkinson. 

Lady M. Fitzgerald. 

Lady E. Bingham. 

Lady Hamilton. 

Lady E. and Lady C. Bing- 
ham. 

Portraits of Their Majesties. 

Lord Bayham. 

The Archbishop of Canterbury. 
{John Moore.) 

Lady G. and Lady C. Pratt. 

Portraits of Earl Spencer's 
children. 

Lady F. Pratt. 

Portraits of the Marquis of 
Stafford's family. 

The Rt. Hon. C. Long. 

The Archbishop of York. {Wil- 
liam Markham.) 

Lady S. Spencer. 

Lady Cawdor. 

The Hon. Mr. Lowther. 

The Hon. G. T. Campbell. 

The Bishop of London. {Beilby 
Porteus.) 

H.R.H. Princess Mary. 

H.R.H. Princess Augusta. 

H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex, 
in the uniform of the Loyal 
North Britons. 

H.R.H. Princess Sophia. 

H.R.H. Princess Amelia. 

H.R.H. Princess Elizabeth. 

The Rt. Hon. G. Rose. 

The Earl of Bridgewater. 

Lady Ellenborough, 

The Rt. Hon. B. Paget. 

Miss Sneyd. 

Miss Hume. 

Lord Lovaine. 

Major-Gencral Oakcs. 

Dr. Monro. 

Mrs. J. Williams. 



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1808. 582 Capt. Stylos of the Royal Navy 
583 Sir Thomas and Lady Barrett 

Lennard and child. 
5S4 The Rt. Hon. J. Smyth. 

587 Portrait of a lady. 

588 Lord Paget. 

1809. 39S Master H. Fitzclarence. 
403 Mr. Wordsworth. 

485 Rev. Dr. Maltby. 

490 Mrs. C. Long. 

491 H.R.H. the Duke of Clarence. 
497 Portraits of two Miss Blen- 

cowes. 
500 The Bishop of Durham. {Hon. 
Sh u te Ba rringto n . ) 
i8io. 401 Mrs. Owen. 

402 Lady Mildmay's children. 

403 Lady Grantham. 

404 Lord Sheffield's children. 

1811. 272 Portrait of the President of the 

Royal Academy. [Benjamifi 
West.) 

287 Lady Mary and Lady Louisa 

Bingham. 

288 Portrait of a lady. 

322 Sir J. St. Aubyn. 

323 Lady Romilly. 

339 Lord F. Campbell. 

340 Lady M. Sackville. 

341 Lady A. Lowther. 

181 2. 776 Captain Hoste of the Am- 

phion. 

777 Mrs. Shaw and her son. 

778 Lady Stanley and two of her 

children. 

785 Portrait of a gentleman in his 

Turkish travelling dress. 

786 The Bishop of Lincoln. {G. 

Pre ty man Tom line.) 

787 Portraits of the two Miss 

Stanleys. 

789 Mrs. E. Stanley. 

790 Lady Warrender. 

1813. 606 H.R.H. the Duke of Clarence. 
608 Lady Campbell. 

613 The Rt. Hon. the Speaker. 

{Charles Abbot) 
619 Mrs. Stainforth. 
621 T. Caldecott, Esq. 
720 W. Baker, Esq. 
742 Portraits of the Hon. Miss 

Townsends. 
74S Portraits of part of the family 

of C. Duncombe, Esq. 

1 8 14. 477 The Earl of Harewood. 

487 The Rev. Dr. Jones, Arch- 
deacon of Hereford. 

490 Col. Church, commander of a 
corps of Albanians, in the 
uniform of his regiment. 



1814. 503 H. W. Wynne, Esq., in a 

Mameluke travelling dress. 
508 View at Chenics, Buckingham- 
shire. 

563 View of Aldingham church, 

Herts. 

564 A farmhouse in Buckingham- 

shire. 
659 A cottage near Bushey, Herts. 

1815. 4^6 H.R.H. the Princess Charlotte 

of Wales. 
427 H.R.H. the Princes.s Augusta. 
429 Sir A. Hume, Bart. 
435 Portrait of Her Majesty. 

439 H.R.H. the Princess Elizabeth. 

440 H.R.H. the Princess Mary. 

441 The Rev. Dr. Law, Arch- 

deacon of Rochester. 
739 The Hon. Edward Paget, son 
of the Earl of Uxbridge. 

1516. 416 The Hon. Miss Neville. 

417 Lady Beaumont. 

418 H.R.H. the Duke of Kent. 

419 Portraits of the four children 

of Lady Glynne. 

422 Mrs. Gaily Knight. 

423 Lady Brownlow. 

429 H. Davis, Jun., Esq. 

430 Portraits of two sons of Sir S. 

Romilly. 

1517. 472 The Earl of Harcourt. 

473 Portrait of a young lady. 

474 Portraits of the two children of 

G. W. Taylor, Esq. 
4S4 Mrs. Holbech. 
486 Lady Sophia Cust. 

1518. 458 Earl Brownlow. 

460 Mrs. Fawkes. 

461 T. Lister Parker, Esq. 
4S0 R. Duppa, Esq. 

48 1 W. Fawkes, Esq. 

48S R. Holford, Esq., and G. Hol- 

ford, Esq, M.P. 
491 Portraits of the three children 

of Earl Brownlow. 

1819. 513 Master Way. 

519 The little Primrose Girl: a 
portrait. 

521 The Hon. Mrs. H. Cust and 

child. 

522 Marquis Wellesley. 

628 The Cathedral at Beauvais — 
with a funeral procession. 

644 View of the south porch of the 
Cathedral at Rouen. 

1820. 461 Sir Rich. Colt Hoare, Bart. 
471 The Rt. Rev. Jacob Mountain, 

D.D., Bishop of Quebec. 
485 The Rt. Hon. Sir James Mans- 
field. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Edridge, Henry, A.R.A. — cotitiiiued. 
1S20. 539 The west porch of the Cathe- 
dral of Rouen, Normandy. 
550 The Porch of Notre Dame, 

Louviers, Normandy. 
587 The abbey church of St. Ouen 
from Place Robec, Rouen, 
Normandy. 
6oj La Croix de Pierre, Rouen, 

Normandy. 
614 View at Abbeville. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
Rue de la Grosse Horloge, 

Rouen. 
The Rev. Dr. Woodcock. 
His late Majesty King George 
the Third in the year 1802. 
1 82 1. 49Z Place de la Pucelle, with the 
Statue of Joan of Arc, 
Rouen. 
493 Pont-Neuf, Paris. 
500 Market-day at Rouen. 
534 Miss Trotter. 



1821. 



475 

489 
49° 



EDRINGTON, Miss Amy... Painter. 

18, Dancer Road^ Fulham. 
1898. loio Portrait of a lady. 
1 90 1. 972 Kitty. 

EDSON, Allan Painter. 

39, Clifton Gardens, 

Maida Vale. 
1886. 1114 Forest scene. 
12 19 A Suffolk farm. 



EDWARD 



1879. 1060 



Alfred S Painter. 

100, Foul den Road, 

S/oke Ni'wing/on. 
On the West Coast, Suther- 

landshire. 
The cold grey sea. 
A lone shore. 

Hogarth Club. 
Mouth of the Forth. 
On the Kincardine Coast. 
A fresh breeze — Sandsend. 
Mill at Dordrecht. 
46, Foiintayne Road, 

Stamford Hill. 
Off to the fishing — Scotch 
Coast. 



EDWARD, C Painter. 

I, Talgarth Road, 

West Kensington. 
1884. 302 Winter fuel. 

520 A Cambridgeshire farmyard. 



I8S4. 


243 




791 


IS87. 

i88g. 
1892. 
1893. 


57S 
520 
280 

-•9 


1900. 


793 



EDWARDS, C Architect. 

I o, Caroline Street, 

Bedford Square 

1824. S96 Design for a nobleman's man- 

sion. 
1826. 993 Design for a villa. 

EDWARDS, C. A Painter. 

Horton, Buckinghamshire. 
1792. 555 Basket of flowers. 
571 do. do. 

Old Ford, Middlesex. 
1794. 564 Flowers from nature. 

1 3, Great Alie Street. 
1797. 409 The American broad- leaf 
Kalmia. 

EDWARDS, Miss Catherine Adelaide 
(afterwards Mrs. J. Sparkes). 

Painter. 

32, Harleyfird Road. 
1S66. 736 "Her brow is like the snow- 
drift, etc." 
1867. 770 "I saw the branches of the 
trees, bend down thy touch 
to meet, etc." 
{See Mrs. J. Sparkes.) 

EDWARDS, E Painter. 

13, Paradise Road, Islington. 
1800. 519 A drawing. 
75+ do. 

EDWARDS, E Sculptor. 

1825. 1071 Bust of a lady. 

1826. 1083 Psyche. 

1093 David and Goliah. 

EDWARDS, Edward, A.R.A. 

Painter. 
Wardour Street, Solio. 

68 The angel appearing to Hagar 
and Ishmael. 

69 A portrait. 
74 A portrait in oil. 
So Bacchus and Ariadne. 
Si Two small landscapes. 
S2 Three designs for frontispieces 

for a new publication of 
Shakespear. 
83 The death of Lucretia. From 
a picture of Luca Giordano. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

70 Elijah comforted by an angel. 

71 A gentleman and a lady; small 
whole lengths. 

72 A small landscape. 
107 Oliver, protected by Orlando. 

"As you like it," act iv, 
scene 3. 



1771. 



1772. 
T773- 



1774- 



1775- 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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1775- 


108 Pan and Syrinx. 




109 A landscape. 




110 Two portraits in oil; three- 




quarters. 




At Mr. Hall's, 




Benvick Street, Soho. 


1777. 


108 Timon and Apemantus. From 




Shakespear. 




109 Portrait of a gentleman. 


1778. 


95 do. do. three- 




quarters. 




36, Windmill Street. \ 


1779. 


81 Portrait of a gentleman; whole 




length. {Jonas Hanivay. Ex- 




tre7Hely like- — Walpole.) 




82 A beggar ; small whole length. 


1780. 


96 Head of a beggar. 




107 View of Brancpeth castle, 




Durham. 




142 do. do. 


I78I. 


3 Portrait of an artist. 




33 do. a gentleman. {Mr. 




Bishop.) 




86 Portrait of a gentleman. {Sir 




E. Walpole.— \Nz\^o\q.) 




152 Cupid disarmed. 


1782. 


140 Portrait of a gentleman. 




196 A farmyard. 


1784. 


20 Music. {A figure with a lyre!) 




94 Institution of the Bible Society. 




{Mr. Thornton.) 




105 View near Bath. 




152 Portrait. {T. Kirgate, Stra7i'- 




berry Hill, printer.) 




194 Brancepeth Castle, near Dur- 




ham. 


1785- 


107 A cottage. 




197 The angel departing from 




Manoah. (Judges, chap, xiii, 




V. 20.) 




230 View up the river at Barn Elms. 


1786. 


156 Small landscape. 




170 Japhis extracting the arrow 




from the wound of /Eneas. 




Vide /Eneid, Lib. xii, v. 411. 




382 Landscape and figures. 


1789. 


35 Painting. 




37 Music. 




397 Vertumnus and Pomona. 




402 View in the Dean at Castle 




Eden, the seat of R. Bur- 




don, Esq., in the county of 




Durham. 




566 The Exchange at Newcastle, 




Tyne. 


1790. 


22 A cottage. 




129 Portrait of a young musician. 




{J. Smith, Jun.) 




154 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Mar- 




tindale.) 



1790. 



1792. 



1793. 198 



1796. 



1797. 



1798. 



1799. 



1800. 



I80I. 



292 The young gardeners. 

433 Landscape and figures. 

461 View of the Montague main 

colliery, near Newcastle. 
562 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Leigh, bookseller.) 
601 View of St. Nicholas church, 
Ncwcastle-on-Tyne. 
38 Portrait of an artist. {Mr. 

Batiks, sculptor.) 
2 1 9 The Angel appearing to Gideon. 
— Judges, chap, vi, v. 21. 
Interior view of Westminster 
Abbey on the commemora- 
tion of Handel, taken from 
the manager's box. Many of 
the figures are portraits. 
236 Winter, or the comforts of 

Christmas. 
269 View in the South Dean, Castle 

Eden, Durham. 
290 A portrait. 
297 Venus and cupid. 
340 A portrait. 
76 Spring or the sweets of the 

garden. 
140 Landscape and figures. 
214 The release of the prisoners 

from Dorchester jail. 
223 Study near Newcastle-upon- 
Tyne. 
246 Haymakers reposing. 
315 Portrait of a spaniel. 
24 do. young lady. 

101 Landscape study from nature. 
133 An allegorical subject. 
307 The Angel appearing to Agar. 

— Genesis, c. xvi, v. 9. 
338 Portraits of a gentleman and 

his family. 
241 The kitchen table. 
320 A cottage, 
looi View of the Hospital, St. Luke's, 

Old Street. 
1009 View from Snow Hill. 
99 Mr. Furmage. 
109 Rev. H. Whitfield, D.D. 
550 The entrance of a wood. 
894 View of Fairlop Oak in the 
Forest of Hainault, Essex. 
Cupid and Psyche. 
Study from the Deanery, Castle 

Eden, Durham. 
View of Richmond Hill from 
Petersham Meads. 
226 Landscape and figures. 
264 Scene in " Macbeth." " All 
hail, Macbeth, that shalt be 
king hereafter." 
54S Portrait of a gentleman- 



6 

'9 



:i9 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Edwards, Edward, A.R.A. — continued. 

1802. 46 A i)ortrait. 

132 Clytie and Cupid. 
495 View in the Dean, Castle Eden, 
Durham. 

1803. 25 Landscape study near Camber- 

well. 
34 A cat and a kitten. " What 
cat 's averse to fish." — Gray. 
S3 Landscape scene in Epping 

Forest. 
260 Portraits of a Westminster Vo- 
lunteer and his family. 

1804. 27 Glaucus and Scylla. — Ovid. 

29 Scene near Chigwell Row, 
Essex. 

10 1 Portrait. 

102 Study from a tree. 

112 Portraits of two Pomeranian 

dogs. 
218 A landscape. 

1805. 54 The kitchen. 

107 A View in the South Dean, 
Castle Eden, Durham. 

225 A landscape. 

229 Portrait of a spaniel. 
1S06. 219 A cottage. 

49S Landscape: a study from the 
Dean at Castle Eden, Dur- 
ham. 



EDWARDS, Edwin, 

Painter and Etcher. 

Tliames Bank House, Sunbury. 

1861. 973 Under the Chestnuts — Burgate, 

Surrey. 

1862. 921 Durham, from "a top o' the 

banks "; etching. 

924 Under the willows, Sunbury 

on the Thames; etching. 

925 Durham; dry point. 

926 Mill pond, Ockham, Surrey; 

etching. 
1S63. 644 Lynmouth Harbour. 

951 The ship canal, Exeter; etch- 
ing. 
955 Plymouth, from Mount Edg- 

cumbe; etching. 
958 Kenipton Park, Sunbury. 
1001 Devonport; etching. 

1864. 195 The Lizard, from Kynance. 

281 Boscastle Harbour. 

282 Down to Quay — Clovelly. 

84 1 Pardwick, near Lands End; 

etching. 
847 Cam Kez, near Lands End; 

etching. 

1865. 306 By the pond in Kempton Park, 

Sunbury. 



1865. 



1S66. 



1870. 



1871. 



1872. 

1873- 
1874. 



340 

433 
859 

863 





401 




814 




823 




829 


1867. 


70 




927 


1868. 


908 


i86g. 


92 




44° 




1099 



1 107 
252 

372 
877 

885 

886 
521 
825 
826 
862 
863 

186 



263 
1220 



Penberth Cove, Cornwall. 

Pardenwick, Cornwall. 

Study of old English poplars; 
etching. 

Cam Mellyn, Cornwall; etch- 
ing. 

Study of old English poplars — 
winter; etching. 

Sunrise before rain — by the 
towpath, Sunbury - on - 

Thames. 

Night-fall — Scilly Isles, from 
Cam Marval. 

From Greenwich Park; etch- 
ing. 

Botallack Mine, Cornwall ; 
etching. 

D'un Balcon sur les Boulevards, 
Paris; etching. 

The Druids, Oakley Park. 

Rochester; etching. 

196, Piccadilly. 

Four etchings: Wells, Old 
Lowestoft, Blythborough, 
and the lookout, Southwold. 

The hunter's moon. 

The song of the sea. 

The Thames embankment in 
construction; etching. 

London from the top of the 
London Observatory; etch- 
ing, etc. 

Bridge building at Blackfriars. 

The Black country, from the 
battlements of Dudley Castle. 

To the Lizard. 

A quiet winter's evening — 
Mullion Cove. 

To the Lizard; etching, 
do. do. 

The Lizard Lights — winter 
evening. 

The old trackway at Stavender 
—Winter. 

Old inns: The Tabard, South- 
wark; etching. 

Old inns: The Green Dragon, 
Bishopsgate; etching. 

Old inns: Riverside taverns at 
Gravesend; etching. 

Old inns: King's Arms, War- 
wick Lane; etching. 

15, Cockspur Street. 

By the Deben. 

Old inns: The Adam and Eve, 
Chelsea; etching. 

Deep Comer, Ipswich. 

Back of the Dolphin Inn, 
Higham, near Norwich; 
etching. 



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26, Golden Square. 
1875. 73 Gainsborough's Lane. 

During his residence in Ips- 
wich, Gainsborough studied deeply 
the picturesque scenery of that 
neighbourhood. . . . There is 
one place in particular, a lane 
winding down between a double 
row of quaint old pollards from 
the higher ground by the river 
(Orwell) side, etc. 

1089 King's Head Inn, Chigwell; 

etching. 
1104 Old inns at Exeter. 

1878. 1018 Walberswick. 

1879. 438 Beer, Devonshire. 

EDWARDS, Miss E. E Painter. 

1 9, Upper Berkeley Street. 
1868. 457 Tortrait of a lady. 

EDWARDS, Mrs. E. W. (M. A.) 

Sculptor. 

5, George Street, 

Hanover Square. 
1857. 12S7 Bust of a lady; marble. 

EDWARDS, Frances. 

Miniature Painter. 

27, Great Suffolk Street, 

Blackfriars. 
1813. 504 Portrait of herself. 

EDWARDS, Francis Architect. 

I, Lambeth Walk. 

1809. 8S3 Design for a Vestibule. 

I, Bell Yard, 

Doctors Commons. 

18 10. 726 Design for a monumental 

building. 

181 1. 863 Design for an edifice dedicated 

to National Virtue and 
Genius. 
181 2. 881 Central court of a palace. 

12, Pavement, Moorfields. 

1813. 829 Design for a theatre. 

39, Craven Street. 

1814. 732 Design for a vestibule. 

8, Salisbury Street, Strand. 
1816. 823 Design; Interior of a cathe- 
dral. 
1819. 1018 The Temple and Garden of 
Hope. Vide " Rambler." 
15, New North Street. 
1821. 1046 A sepulchral monument. 
1825, 919 New church at Hoxton, etc. 
1830. 1039 Holmbush, Sussex, for Thomas 
Broadwood, Esq. 
III. 



EDWARDS, G Painter. 

I, Lambeth Walk. 
181 1. 727 Composition I,andscape. 
18 18. 576 Lambeth from Milbank. 

766 Stangate Wharf, Lambeth. 

EDWARDS, G. H Painter. 

51, //igh Street, Camden To'ivn. 
'''537. 995 View of Westminster abbey 
from the choir. 
25, Brooksby Street, Lslington. 
1844. 1 1 12 View of Crowland abbey. 

II, Adam Street, Adelphi. 
1S46. 1327 The cloisters, Westminster 
abbey. 

EDWARDS, George Hay ... Painter. 

Roselea, Loiver Common, 

Putney. 
1900. 1256 View of Richmond, Yorkshire. 

EDWARDS, George Henry. 

Painter. 

4, Camden Studios. 

1896. 1219 The Garden of Sleep. 
1247 The spirit of the Marsh. 

1897. 1 126 St. Valentine's day. 
1226 A wood nymph. 
1375 A bacchante. 

1900. 1253 Phyllis. 

EDWARDS, Miss Grace ... Sculptor. 

10, Clyde Street, 

Redcliffe Gardens. 

1902. 1657 Maud Rosanna Windley; por- 

trait medallion. 

1903. 1777 Maude Maclean; medallion. 
1816 Margaret Alice Charters; por- 
trait panel. 

1697 Portrait medallion of a baby. 



1904. 



EDWARDS, Mrs. Inez C. S. 

Miniature Painter. 

Sunnybank, Marloiv, Bucks. 
1902. 1255 Mrs. Hugh Inglis. 

EDWARDS, J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1797. 796 Dead Game. 

EDWARDS, John Painter. 

Morden, Surrey. 

1786. 174 A flower piece. 

1787. 3 Basket of flowers. 

1788. 537 Poppies. 
539 Holly-oaks. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1S44. 1301 



EDWARDS, Joseph Sculptor. 

8, Diana Place, Regenfs Park. 
1838. 1311 Bust of Thomas Evans, Esq. 

22, Grafton Street. 
1S39. 1315 Medallion of H. S. Smith, 
Esq. 
1375 Bust of a lady. 
1585 Bust of E. L. Richards, Esq. 
1S41. 1237 Model of the infant daughter 
of J. P. Grant, Esq. 
1283 Lavinia. " The modest virtues 

mingled in her eyes, etc." 
1290 Marble bust of Master Ivor 
Bertie Guest, eldest son of 
Sir John and Lady Charlotte 
Guest. 
1 3 28 Bust of Ab lolo. 

6, Robert Street. 

1842. 1329 Bust of S. R. Bosanquet, Esq., 

A.M., of the Inner Temple. 

1394 Bust of Mrs. E. L. Richards, 

Maerdy, Merthyr Tydvil. 

1S43. 1522 Bust of Edmund Ormond Lyne, 

Esq. 

40, Robert Street. 

Part of a monument in North 

Othrington Church to the 

late Miss Hutton, of Sowber 

Hill, North Allerton, etc. 

1845. 1350 Medallion of E. Ormond Lyne, 
Esq. 

1367 Bust of B. J. Angell Angell, 

Esq. 
1381 Medallion of James de Carle 

Sowerby, Esq., F.L.S., F.Z.S., 

and Secretary to the Royal 

Botanic Society. 
1397 Bust of the Rev. John Guthrie, 

M.A., Vicar of Calne, etc. 
1439 Bust in marble of Mr. Thor- 

burn. 

1846. 1455 Bust in marble of W. Williams, 
Esq. 

1 519 The spirit ascending; a bas- 
relief. " The spirit shall re- 
return unto the God who 
gave it, etc." 

1 521 Medallion of J. Petherick, 
Esq. 

1847. 1544 Medallion of a young lady. 
1347 Bust of Mrs. Angell, of Rum- 

sey House, near Calne. 
1412 The dying Christian's dream. 

" Thy sun shall no more go 

down, etc." 
1466 Bust of Miss L. A. Cooper. 
1473 Medallic portraits of B. J. A. 

Angell and his lady. 
1850. 1321 Part of monument to Mrs. 

White, only child and heiress 



1848. 



of Sir G. H. Smyth, Bart. 
" Her sun went down while 
it was yet day, etc." 

1850. 1368 Medallion likeness of Miss 

Cross. 
1446 Bust of Sir G. H. Smyth, Bart. 

185 1. 1273 Sketch of Britannia in the pre- 

sence of Minerva, rewarding 
the Genius and Industry of 
the world, while the spirit of 
Peace attends the Crown. 
12S9 Sketch of a philosopher, direct- 
ing the attention of a youth 
to the celebrated Delphic 
precept, " Know thyself," 
inscribed over a niche con- 
taining the bust of Thales — 
being only a part of a larger 
composition in bas-relief, 
etc. 

1852. 1342 Medallion of J. Ewing Ritchie, 

Esq. 
i8S3' '33'! Religion consoling Justice in 
her grief. Part of monument 
at Dingestow church to the 
late Sir John Bernard Bo- 
sanquet, Justice of Common 
Pleas. 

1372 The High Poet-priest of Sci- 
ence advocating the great 
modern precept, " Study 
Nature," inscribed on a 
tablet held in his hand, 
etc. 

1427 Bust of J. Snow Beck, Esq., 
M.D., London, F.R.S. 

143^ Posthumous bust of the son of 
Mr. William Hunter of Ca- 
haba. United States. 

1855. 1434 Part of a monument at St. 

Botolph's Church, Colches- 
ter, to the late William 
Hawkins, Esq., and Mary 
Ann, his wife, etc. 

1478 Samuel Bosanquet, Esq. ; 
marble. 

1524 Master Thomas Williams An- 
gell Evans. 

1856. 1275 Posthumous medallion of the 

late Edward Squire, Esq. 

1284 Part of a monument in church 
at Rock, near Alnwick, to 
the late Charles Bosanquet, 
Esq., etc. 

1329 Bust of Mrs. James W. Bo- 
sanquet. 
1S57, 1236 A Vision; abas-relief in marble. 
On the scroll are these 
words: "In holiness and in 
purity, live, etc." 



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1857. 1238 Suspiria, part of a monument. 
"Take them, O great Eter- 
nity! etc." 

1326 The Duke of Beaufort. 

1355 The late Field-Marshal Lord 
Raglan. 
1S58. 1229 Stephen Pearce, Esq. 

1230 John Erichson, Esq., Professor 
of Surgery at University 
College, London, etc. 

1263 W. B. Angell, Esq.; medallion. 

1327 Monumental medallion of the 

late B. J. A. Angell, Esq. 
1859. 1279 Memorial in Badminton church 
to the late Duchess of Beau- 
fort. 
1301 The late Venerable John Wil- 
liams, Archdeacon of Car- 
digan. 
1331 Bust of a gentleman. 
i860. 970 Archdeacon Williams; marble. 
995 The late John Hutton, Esq., 
Sowber Hill, near North- 
allerton. 
998 Part of a monument in Trede- 
gar church to the late Mrs. 
R. P. Davis. 
1861. 1022 George Virtue, Esq. 

1097 Part of a monument in Graig 
chapel, near Merthyr Tydvil, 
to the late Lewis Morgan, 
Esq., etc. 
1 866. 928 Star-crowned spirit of Love 
and Truth floating in light. 
" Ever let love and truth 
prevail." 
966 Mrs. Kennedy Erskine; medal- 
lion. 

1869. 1177 Bust of a gentleman. 

1870. 1 142 Laura, the departed child of 

Edward Instone, Esq. 

11S9 Bust of a lady; marble. 

J219 Part of a monument at Walton- 
on-Thames cemetery to the 
late George Virtue, Esq., and 
Helen, his wife, etc. 

1873. 1564 G. T. Clark, Esq., Ironmaster; 

marble, for the Board room, 
Merthyr Tydvil. 

1874. 1559 Miss Edith Wynn, the Nightin- 

gale in Wales. Presentation 
bust. 
1568 Bust of the late Major Nanney 
of Gwynfryn, Carnarvonshire. 

1875. 1257 Miss Edith Wynn, the Welsh 

Nightingale; marble. Pre- 
sentation bust. 
1352 The late George Virtue, Esq., 
Oatlands Park, Surrey; mar- 
ble. 



1878. 1421 James AValter, Esq., J. P., Swan- 
sea; bust, marble. 
1439 The late Thomas Stephens, 
Esq.; bust, marble, etc. 

EDWARDS, J. C Painter. 

35, Hadloiv Street, 

Burton Crescent. 
1821. 452 Portrait of a little girl. 

EDWARDS, Miss Marian ... Painter. 

3, Holly Villas, Leytonstone. 

1876. 6yo On the Common, Leytonstone. 

1877. 781 Evening on the Common. 

EDWARDS, Miss Mary Ellen (after- 
wards Mrs. John Freer and Mrs. 

John C. Staples) Painter. 

\1, Brampton Crescent. 
1862. 8 I wandered by the brook side. 
167 Idle hours. 

16, Oakley Street. 

1864. 206 From " As You Like It," act v, 

scene 2. 

1865. 574 The last kiss. 

1866. 493 Evening. 

23, Fcl/iam Place. 

1867. 498 Tenderness. 

Miss M. E. Freer, 

23, Pelham Place. 

1868. 446 Margaret Wilson. 
540 Red Roses. 

Airs. M. E. Freer, 

6, South Parade, 

Fulham Road. 

1869. 706 Hermia: "A Midsummer 

Night's Dream." 

1870. 232 Tea 's ready. 
357 Renounced. 
967 Caught. 

Miss M. E. Edwards, 

6, South Parade, 

Fulham Road. 

1 87 1. 1 105 The Knight's guerdon. 

I o, Gloucester Road, 

Hereford Square. 

1872. 651 "Good-bye." 

Noiu Airs. Staples. 
1873- 533 Sweet success. 
Airs. Staples, 

The White House, 

Sible Hedingham, Essex. 
1S74. 1334 The first romance. 

1371 The first resting-place and the 
last. 

1875. 171 The record. 

534 "He loves me, — loves me 
not?" 

1876. 1340 " Inasmuch as ye have done it 

unto one, etc." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Edwards, Miss Mary Ellen — continued. 
Chine Side, S/ia'ikiine, 

Isle of Wight. 
iS'jj. 960 "Baby's better." 
1367 The foundling. 

30, Trafalgar Square, 

Fulhani Road. 

1879. 597 " I'm so happy." 
1058 An angel's visit. 

43, Hamilton Road, 

Fresfonville, Brighton. 

1880. 1497 " Somebody 's coming." 

Miss M. E. Edwards, 
Southgate Villas, 
Burnt Ash Hill, Lee. 
1886. 761 A last appeal. 

45, Albany Villas, 

West Brighton. 
1889. 962 Pretty springtime. 

Shere Heath, Shere, Surrey. 

1 89 1. S61 A broad in the meadows. 

1892. 812 Our Village beauty. 

146, Lancaster Road, 

Not ting Hill. 

1898. 364 The girl I left behind me. 
880 Rosy morn. 

1899. 763 Waifs from the Great City: 

their glimpse of heaven. 

1900. 792 Meadow sweet. 
812 Roses. 

1901. 248 Once upon a time. 

Glenside, Lu caster Road, 

Hayward^s Heath, Sussex. 
1903. 659 Jeanie. 

EDWARDS, Miss Mia (afterwards 
Mrs. A. Brown) Painter. 

Harwarden Terrace, 

Abergavenny. 

1893. 859 Once upon a time. 

No7ci Mrs. Arnesby Broivn, 

St. Ives, Cornwall. 

1898. 671 In the wood. 
892 Genifer. 

Carbis Bay, Lelant, Cormvall. 

1899. 589 Midsummer morning. 

1900. 1026 The story. 

EDWARDS, Morton Sculptor. 

S, George St., Hanover Square. 
1864. 868 H.R.h'. the Prince of Wales. 
To be executed in ma7'ble for 
the Corporatio7t and City of 
Toronto, and reduced in 
parian for the Art Union of 
London. 

1 6, Hollyxvood Road. 

1867. 1196 The Bishop of London. {A.C. 

Tail.) 

1868. 1174 The bather; chromoglyph. 



1869. 1502 The late Dr. Propert, Founder 

of the Royal Medical Bene- 
volent College. 

1870. 1081 TheEarlofZetland, K.T.,Most 

worshipful master of Free- 
masons. 

EDWARDS, R Painter. 

31, Brownlow Street. 
1820. 97 Landscape and cattle. 

EDWARDS, Samuel Arlent. 

Engraver. 

70, The Grove, Hammersmith. 
1887. 1574 "Feel better now?" After 
W. H. Trood. 

EDWARDS, Sydenham Painter. 

23, Webber Row, 

St. George's Fields. 
1792. 5S7 A pair of goldfinches. 

1798. 201 Portrait of a cocking spaniel. 
743 do. trotting horse. 

Botanic Gardens, Brompton. 

1799. 887 A group of hyacinths. 

2, Charles St., Queen's Elm, 

Chelsea. 

1 80 1. 290 A party of the Westminster 

Volunteer Cavalry perform- 
ing the attack and defence, 
at speed. 
579 Landscape, with a brewer's 
dray. 

1802. 90 Portrait of Jessy, an Eclipse 

mare. 
1807. 41 Cattle. 

1810. 206 Portraits of staghounds in 
kennel. 
227 Portraits of Game fowls. 

1813. 373 Red grouse. 

5, Barrossa Place, 

Queen's Elms. 

1 8 14. 540 Unkennelling hounds, with a 

portrait of a hunter. 

EDWARDS, S. R. W Painter. 

31, Bro'wnlow Street. 
1S18. 143 A dead point. 
1822. 534 Sketch from nature. 
535 do. do. 

EDWARDS, T. ... Miniature Painter. 

44, White Street, Borough. 
1 816. 711 Portrait of a gentleman. 

EDWARDS, T. W Painter. 

1 2, York Road, Lambeth. 
1847. 1079 View of the west front of Lich- 
field Cathedral. 



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29 



EDWARDS, W Painter. 

4, Newcastle Place, Clerkeinvell. 
1825. 3S9 Compassion. 

EDWARDS, W. Croxford ... Painter. 

Bull U'liarfe House, Brentford. 
1878. 705 Pen Olver, the Lizard, Corn- 
wall. 
{See William Edward Croxford, vol. i, 
page 217.) 

EDWARDS, W. H Painter. 

Kensington Gore. 
1793. 718 Drawing of a passion flower, 
after nature. 

Clap/iam Rise, Surrey. 
181 7. 734 A moss rose, from nature. 
West End Cottage, 
Dowill Row, 

Hammersmith. 
1834. 512 A Mexican lily, with landscape 
composition. 

1837. 554 Various hollyhocks, with land- 

scape composition. 

1838. 697 Cactus Speciocissima. 

1 84 1. 946 Cereus Speciocissimus, com- 
posed from nature. 
4, Derive nt Villas, 

Hammersmith. 
1848. 1046 Magnolia grandiflora. 

EDWARDS, Mrs. W. H. ... Painter. 

4, Derive nt Villas, 

Hammersmith. 
1847. 699 Fruit. 

EDWARDS, W.Joseph ... Engraver. 

1 9, Vaughan Terrace, City Rd. 
1858. 1 149 Hogarth brought before the 
Governor of Calais as a spy. 
After W. P. Frith, R.A. 

EDWART Painter. 

15, Queen Square, 

St. James's Park. 
182 1. 507 Tobit and the Angel. 
745 Noon — Composition. 
8z2 Sun-rise. 

EDWIN, Horace Painter. 

92, Graham Road, Hackney. 

1881. 909 A quiet cup of tea. 

1882. 197 Puzzled. 

EDWIN, Richard Architect. 

12, Great Castle Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1774- 357 Longitudinal elevation of the 
west side of Stratford Place, 
Oxford Street. 



29, Portland Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1776. 94 Longitudinal section of the 

Concert Room in Hanover 
Square. 

1777. no A design for a Villa in Surrey. 

EDY.J. W Painter. 

New Store Street, 

Bedford Square. 
1785. 379 A frosty morning. 

Romney Roic, Marsham .St. 

1801. 371 View of Christiana in Norway. 
60; A View of Cronenburg Castle 

in Denmark, taken from the 
Sound in November, 1800. 

1802. 757 View of Helie Sound in Nor- 

way. 

EEDES, R Painter. 

IVarwick. 
1852. 1093 Portrait of a gentleman. 

EGAN, C. Painter. 

33, Portland .Street. 

1807. 551 View in Ireland. 

88, Norton Street, 

Portland Road. 

1808. 6S6 Lambeth from the Horseferry, 

Westminster. 

1809. 319 A View on the river Thames 

near Windsor. 

Carburton Street. 
1 8 II. S3 View of the celebrated Dargle 

in the County of Wicklow, 

Ireland, belonging to Lord 

Powerscourt. 

20, Norton Street. 
1813. 774 Windsor from the opposite side 

of the river, near Eton 

Bridge. 

EGAN, James. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

38, Broad Street, W. 
1892. 1820 Design for East window, Hain- 
bleton Church, Rutland. 

EGENOLF, G Architect. 

II, Lisle St., Leicester Square. 

1795. 646 Design for a Villa. 

1796. 797 do. mansion. 

1797. 1060 North front of St. Peter's, 

Westminster. 

EGERTON, Miss A Painter. 

1859. 966 Portrait of a lady. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



EGERTON, Miss Jane Sophia. 

Miniature Painter. 

3, Hoiks Place, Brampton. 
1S44. 808 The sons of Baron Lionel da 
Rothschild. 

21, B romp ton Square. 
1848. 1027 A portrait. 

21, Sheffield Terrace. 
1856. 8y6 Miss Harriet Dickens. 

EGERTON, John C Painter. 

18, Mihom Street, Bath. 
1899. 81S S. V. Pieroni, Esq. 

EGERTON, Hon. Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1779. 375 Two ladies. 

EGG, Augustus Leopold, R.A. 

Painter. 

I, Piccadilly. 

1838. 627 A Spanish girl. 

6, University Street. 

1839. 286 " Laugh when you can." 

30, Gerrard Street. 

1840. 541 Scene in the Boar's Head, 

Eastcheap. Vide " 2nd Part 
of Henry IV," act ii, scene 4. 

1841. 984 Scene from "Romeo and 

Juliet." Romeo. "Ah! dear 
Juliet, why art thou yet so 
fair? " — Act v, scene 3. 
1067 Italian festa. 

1842. 548 Cromwell discovering his chap- 

lain, Jeremiah White, making 
love to his daughter Frances. 

The most notable suitor of 
Frances Cromwell was Jerry 
White, the Protector's facetious 
chaplain. There is some doubt 
whether the joyous lady was 
merely amusing herself with the 
amorous protestations of the re- 
verend puritan, or whether she 
was actually infected by him with 
the tender passion. That Crom- 
well entertained some anxious 
doubts on the subject is certain 
from his causing them to be care- 
fully watched by one of his spies. 
The person thus employed, one 
day hurried into the Protector's 
presence with the information. 
The Lady Frances and his spir- 
itual adviser were together in the 
private apartment of the l.idy. 
Cromwell hastened to the spot, 
and, unluckily for the parties, 
discovered Jerry on his knees, 
kissing his daughter's hand. 

1843. ("'.(I Scene from " Woodstock." 

At this moment the apartment 
opened, and a gentlewoman 
entered, who from her resemb- 



1844. 
1S45. 

1846. 



559 



lance to the General, although her 
features were soft and feminine, 
might be immediately recognized 
as his daughter ; she walked up to 
Cromwell, gently but firmly passed 
her arm through his, and said to 
him, "Father, this is not well — 
you have promised me this should 
not happen." 

462 Scene from the " Devil upon 
two sticks." 
Scene from the " Winter's 
Tale." Autolycus \singing\. 
"Come buy of me: come 
buy, etc." 

490 Buckingham rebuffed. 

Miss Stewart, with her sweet 
eye, little Roman nose, and ex- 
cellent taille, is now the greatest 
beauty I ever saw, I think, in my 
life. Unfortunately her head was 
as empty as its shape was classical ; 
her amusements as frivolous as her 
face was beautiful. Her favourite 
game was blind man's buff; and 
another of her fancies was build- 
ing castles with cards, a pastime 
with which she nightly amused 
herself, while the largest sums 
were being lost in her apartment. 
No one could erect these paper 
castles with more dexterity than 
the Duke of Buckingham ; he had 
also a fine voice ; and as the 
spoiled beauty delighted in his 
songs he became a great favourite 
with her. At last he took advan- 
tage of her partiality to make love 
to her; he soon discovered, how- 
ever, how little impression he had 
made on her heart, and, indeed, 
met with rather a disagreeable 
rebuff. 

Ivy Cottage, 

Queen's Road, Bayswater. 
170 The wooing of Katharina. Vide 
"Taming of the shrew," act 
ii, scene i. 
Scene from "Taming of the 
shrew." Bianca. " Construe 
them." Lucentio. " Hoc ibat, 
as I told you before, etc." — 
Act iii, scene i . 
1848. 529 Queen Elizabeth discovers she 
is no longer young. In the 
melancholy of her sickness, 
she desired to see a true 
looking-glass, into which she 
had not looked for twenty 
years. 
(Elected A. R.A.) 
8 Henrietta Maria in distress, re- 
lieved by Cardinal de Retz. 
Cardinal de Retz, the principal 
leader of the Fronde, paid a visit 
of enquiry on the 6tli of January 
to learn what had become of the 



1847. 



392 



1 849. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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desolate Queen of England, after 
a series of furious skirniislies and 
slaughters wliich hail convulsed 
Paris during the days immediately 
preceding the 6th of January. It 
was well he had not forgotten her, 
for her last loaf was eaten, her 
last faggot had been consumed, 
and she was destitute of the means 
of purchasing more. — StiicklamVs 
Queens. 

1849. +71 Launce's substitute for Proteus' 

dog. Froteus. " And what 
says she to my little jewel? 
etc." 

1850. 292 Peter the Great sees Catherine, 

his future Empress, for the 
first time. 

1851. 420 Pepys' introduction to Nell 

Gwynne. 

23d, etc. . . . Thence to the 
King's house and there saw ' ' The 
humourous Lieutenant." A silly 
play, I think ; only the spirit in it, 
that grows very tall, and then 
sinks again to nothing, having two 
heads breeding upon one; and 
then Knipp's singing did please 
us. Here, in a box above, we 
spied Mrs. Pierce ; and going out, 
they called us, and so we staid for 
them; and Knipp look us all in, 
and brought to us Nelly, a most 
pretty woman, who acted the 
great part of " Ca;lia " to-day 
very fine, and did it pretty well ; 
I kissed her and so did my wife, 
and a mighty pretty soul she is. 
We also saw Mrs. Ball, which is 
my little Roman-nose black girl, 
that is mighty pretty. .She is 
usually called Betty, etc. 

The Elms, Campdeti Hill. 

1854. 227 A study. 

461 Dame Ursula and Margaret — 
a scene from the " Fortunes 
of Nigel." "Dame Ursula 
drew herself as close as she 
could to her patient, and 
began, in a low, soothing, 
and confidential tone of 
voice, to inquire what ailed 
her pretty flower of neigh- 
bours." 

1855. 127 Through the green shade wan- 

dering. 

136 " Come rest in this bosom, my 
own stricken deer; Though 
the herd have fled from thee, 
thy home is still here: Here 
still is the smile that no 
cloud can o'ercast, and a 
heart and a hand all thy own 
till the last." 

349 The life and death of Eucking- 
haiii. 



1857. 331 Scene from Thackeray's "His- 

tory of Henry Esmond, 
Esq." Esmond returns after 
the Battle of Wynendel. 

1858. 19 Scene from Thackeray's " His- 

tory of Henry Esmond, 
Esq." " Kneel down," says 
Mrs. Beatrix, " we dub you 
knight with this," and she 
waved the sword over his 
head. 
372 "August the 4th. Have just 

heard that B has been 

dead more than a fortnight, 
so her poor children have 
now lost both their parents. 
I hear she was seen on Fri- 
day last near the Strand, evi- 
dently without a place to lay 
her head. What a fall her's 
has been! " 

i8srj. 40 The night before Naseby. 

166 Madame de Maintenon and 
.Scarron — sketch for a pic- 
ture. "Sherejects the wealth 
of a fool, for a man of 
talent." 

i860. 275 Scene from "Taming of the 
Shrew." Katherine and Pe- 
truchio. Pet. "What is this? 
Mutton? Servt. Ay. Pet. 
Who brought it? etc." 



EGLEY, William. ..Miniature Painter. 

41, Great Castle Street. 

1824. 576 Portrait of a gentleman. 

596 Lieut.-Col. Sir David Ogilby. 
777 Mr. Yates, of the Theatre 
Royal, Covent Garden. 

47, Cirencester Place. 

1825. 596 Portrait of the third son of P. 

Hammond, Esq. 
613 Portrait of a lady. 
693 Study from nature. 

1826. 702 Portrait of a lady. 
830 do. do. 

1827. 67; do. do. 

802 do. gentleman. 

1828. S04 do. lady. 

850 do. gentleman. 

1829. 749 Lady Charlotte Butler. 

S34 Henry Moreton Dyer, Esq. 
850 Henry Charles Moreton Dyer, 
Esq. 

1830. 6S9 Portrait of a lady. 

15, Buckingham Street. 

1 83 1. 707 Portrait of a child. 

1832. 720 The Countess of Brownlow in 

her coronation robes. 



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1834. 



1836. 



661 

783 
758 
797 
836 
648 



1837. 665 

786 



789 



Egley, William — continued. 

1833. 654 Tortrait of a son of the Rev. 
Lord John and Lady John 
Thynne. 

Lady Clinton. 

Viscountess Valletort. 

Miss Kerr. 

Mrs. R. H. Hubback. 

Miss Elizabeth Kerr. 

Portraits of two children of 
Henry Ramsden, Esq., and 
the Hon. Mrs. Ramsden. 
663 Mrs. Boyd Alexander and son. 
751 Captain Houston, loth Hus- 
sars. 

40, London Street. 

Portraits of the sons of Sir 
William and Lady Herries. 

Lord North and the Hon. 
Frederick North, sons of the 
Earl of Guildford. 

Portrait of Fanny, daughter of 
the Rev. Edwin Bosanquet. 
814 Posthumous portrait of the late 
Lieut. - Colonel Clements, 
late 1 8th Hussars. 
89S Master Luxmore, son of the 
Very Reverend the Dean of 
St. Asaph. 
946 The Hon. Randal Percy Ot- 
way Plunkett, son of Lord 
and Lady Louth. 
807 Miss Elinor Sophia Diana Fitz- 
gibbon, youngest daughter 
of the Hon. Richard Fitz- 
gibbon, M.P. 

Portrait of the son of the Rev. 
Augustus Philip Clayton. 

Miss Frederica Charlotte Fitz- 
harding Berkeley, daughter 
of Captain the Hon. Frede- 
rick Berkeley, R.N. 

Edward Bonham, Esq., and 
Miss H. Bonham. 

Miss Blanche Arthur Georgiana 
de Ros, daughter of the 
Hon. Colonel and Lady 
Georgiana de Ros. 
93J Miss Graham, eldest daughter 
of Sir James Graham, Bart., 
M.P. 

John S. Pakington, Esq., M.P. 

Fenella Fitzharding Berkeley, 
youngest daughter of Cap- 
tain the Hon. Frederick 
Berkeley, R.N., M.P. 
962 Francis W. l'"il/,harding Berke- 
ley, son of Captain the Hon. 
I'rederick Berkeley, R.N., 
M.P. 



1838. 



836 



865 



919 



93' 



■ 839. 



811 
916 



1839. 975 



980 



1840. 


736 

773 
774 




809 


I84I. 


734 




768 




792 




819 




849 


1842. 


87. 
S73 
78. 




822 
825 




875 




904 




918 
926 




942 


1843. 


732 
847 
852 



S69 



924 



1844. 647 
676 



690 



712 

7'7 



Master Pakington, son of 

John S. Pakington, Esq., 

M.P. 
Master John Charles Henry 

Fitzgibbon, son of the Hon. 

Richard Fitzgibbon, M.P., 

with Mustard, a favourite 

Skye terrier. 
Miss Jane Longden. 
The Hon. Mrs. Fox Maule. 
Miss Sophia Raikes with Frisk, 

a favourite spaniel. 
Portraits of the children of 

Rice R. Clayton, Esq. 
Portrait of the second daughter 

of Le Marchant Thomas, 

Esq. 
Portrait of the son of Henry 

Pearce, Esq. 
Portrait of the son of the Hon. 

John S. Talbot. 
Robert S. Doyne, Esq., 7th 

Hussars. 
The Hon. Albert Petre, son of 

Lord and Lady Petre. 
Mrs. Doyne. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
The Hon. Anna Maria Louisa 

Barnewall, daughter of Lord 

Trimleston. 
Hugh Adair, Esq. 
Frame containing the portraits 

of the son and daughter of 

Wm. King, Esq. 
Portrait of the second son of 

George Smith, Esq. 
Portrait of the youngest daugh- 
ter of George Smith, Esq. 
Mrs. Eyre. 
Portrait of the son of Colonel 

Armytage. 
Captain the Hon. John Vivian, 

M.P. 
Portrait of the youngest son. 
Miss Gray. 
The Hon. Edmund Petre, son 

of Lord Petre. 
Portrait of the daughter of 

Mrs. Kinleside. 
Hon. Mrs. Henry Petre. 
Portrait of a lady. 

75, Cotmaught Terrace. 
Hon. Mrs. Richard Watson. 
Portraits of the children of 

Edward A. Holden, Esq., 

Aston Hall, Derbyshire. 
Portrait of the son of the Hon. 

Richard Watson. 
Lady Wrey. 
The Hon. Richard Watson. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY 


EXHIBITORS 33 


1844. 758 Viscountess Pollington and her 


1849. 


845 


Lady Burghley. 


infant son. 


.850. 


766 


The son of the Bishoj) of Salis- 


874 Lady Frances North and the 






bury {Edward Denison); 


Hon. Charles North, child- 






the daughterof Lady Forbes; 


ren of the Earl of Guild- 






and the daughter and son of 


ford. 






the Rev. J. B. Moore. 


1845. 716 Portrait of a lady. 




773 


Mrs. Lenzee. 


742 Viscountess Campden. 




780 


William Ellicc, Esq. 


746 The children ofthe Rev. Theo- 




787 


Lady Jane EUice. 


dore and the Lady Julia 




79' 


J. Clavell Mansell, Esq. 


Bouwens. 




838 


Lord Churchill. 


768 Portrait of an otificer, 2nd Life 




858 


The daughter of R. A. Chris- 


Guards. 






topher, Esq., M.P.,and Lady 


840 W. H. Cooper, Esq., late of 






Mary Christopher. 


the 8th Hussars. 




876 


Mr. J. Clavell Mantell. 


1846. 807 The Hon. R. C. H. Spencer, 


1851. 


900 


Constance, daughter of Charles 


Royal Horse Artillery. 






James Bevan, Esq. 


811 Mrs. Haggard. 




968 


The second son of Lord Charles 


874 The Earl of Enniskilleri. 






Wellesley, Hon. Hugh R. 


87S The Earl of Granard and the 






Dawnay, Hon. Lewis Payne 


Hon. Charles Forbes, sons 






Dawnay and Hon. Alan 


of the late Viscount Forbes. 






C. Dawnay. 


885 Lady Louisa Spencer. 




1013 


Viscount Castle Cuffe and Lady 


909 Lady Harriett North and the 






Alice Cuffe, children of Earl 


Hon. Frederick North, chil- 






Desart. 


dren of the Earl of Guild- 




1022 


The six daughters of Alexander 


ford. 






J. B. Hope, Esq. 


995 Hon. Mrs. Robert Boyle. 




1030 


Lady Diana Pakington. 


1847. 724 The lady and daughter of Capt. 




1031 


The daughter of the Hon. 


F. Lort Stokes, R.N. 






Sidney Herbert, M.P., the 


797 Lord Garvagh. 






daughter of Edmund An- 


822 Prince Paul Antoine Nicholas 






trobus, Esq., and the two 


Esterhazy and Prince Alois 






daughters of Humphrey St. 


George Rodolphe Esterhazy, 






John Mildmay, Esq. 


children of Prince and Prin- 




1060 


Mrs. Goring. 


cess Nicholas Esterhazy ; 


1852. 


796 


Mrs. Roger Eykyn. 


and the Hon. Julia Sarah 




854 The son of Lord Walsing- 


Alice Villiers and the Hon. 






ham. 


Caroline Ann Villiers, chil- 




8;S 


The Hon. Mrs. Fellowes. 


dren of the Viscount and 


1853- 


6SS 


The Hon. Mariquita Milles, 


Viscountess Villiers. 






daughter of Lord Sondes. 


840 Viscountess Stopford. 




735 


Daughter of Thomas Fowell 


858 Lieut. - General Sir David 






Buxton, Esq. 


Leighton, K.C.B. 




788 


Mrs. James Morrell. 


1848. 724 Mrs. John Salt. 


1854. 


716 


The Hon. E.C. Strutt, daughter 


76+ Portrait of a gentleman. 






of Lord Rayleigh. 


787 Mrs. Hopper and children. 




737 


The Hon. Charles H. Strutt, 


834 The Hon. Mrs. Fellowes. 






second son of Lord Ray- 


846 The children of Charles J. and 






leigh. 


the Hon. Mrs. Tottenham. 




739 


The Hon. Richard Strutt. 


874 Mrs. Fisher. 






8, Montague Street. 


924 John Salt, Esq. 


1855- 


803 


The Hon. Emily de Grey, 


1849. 736 Mrs. Henry Moore. 






daughter of Lord Walsing- 


737 Henry Moore, Esq. 






ham. 


780 Lady Caroline Leigh. 




897 


Portrait of a lady. 


807 The Hon. W. H. Leigh. 




902 


Miss Florence Graham, daugh- 


811 The Hon. Miss Stanhope, 






ter of Major Graham. 


daughter of Viscount Ma- 


1856. 


73^ 


Mrs. Dunbar. 


hon. 




759 


Delap, son of John ToUe- 


817 The Hon. Mrs. Addington. 






mache, Esq , M.P. 



34 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1857- 



1858. 



1859. 



i860. 



719 

734 



Egley, "William— cotU/nued. 

1856. 760 Hamilton, son of John Tolle- 
mache, Esq., M.P. 
71S Mrs. ToUcmache. 

769 Miss Ponton. 

770 Mrs. Austin. 
815 F. L. Austen, Esq. 
820 Lady Louisa Dillon. 
660 Gertrude, daughter of William 

Jones Loyd, Esq. 
Mrs. W. Maw Egley. 
The youngest son of Lord 
Rayleigh. 

747 Sir Edward Hulse, Bart. 

750 Admiral Pringle. 

800 Mrs. Pringle. 

803 Portrait of a gentleman. 

861 John, second son of the Rev. 
W. Trevelyan. 

868 William, eldest son of the Rev. 
W. Trevelyan. 

882 Colonel Alexander Gordon, 
Royal Engineers. 

841 Miss Hay. 

713 Portrait of a lady. 

779 Miss Thomas of Wilfield, Rad- 
norshire. 

823 The children of C. F. Abney 
Hastings, Esq. 

836 The late Major-General Alex- 
ander Gordon, Royal En- 
gineers. 

851 Lady Edith Hastings. 

870 Portrait of a lady. 

875 D. D. Home, Esq. 

695 Gregory Dunglas, son of D. 
Dunglas Home, Esq. 

704 Mrs. W. Maw Egley. 

731 Mrs. Keate. 

739 The late Mrs. D. Dunglas Home, 
fice Comtesse de Kroll. 

726 Mrs. Jourdan. 

865 The late Robert Taylor, Esq. 

778 J. H. Foley, Esq., R.A. 

791 The Countess of Warwick. 

1025 Le Chevalier de Chatelain. 



1861. 
1862. 



1863. 



1864. 



1865. 
1867. 
1868. 



1869. 



EGLEY, William Maw Painter. 

40, London Street. 
1843. 451 A monk preaching. 

75, Connmight Terrace. 
1846. 680 Moliere and his housekeeper 
Laforet. 

He is said to have been accus- 
tomed to read his comedies before 
performance to a favourite servant 
or housekeeper, named Laforet, 
and when he perceived that the 
passages wliich he intended to be 
humorous and laughable had no 
elTect on her, he altered them. 



1848. 19S Surprising intelligence. 

1849. 862 Harold, the Earl, and the good 

Aired. Harold after escaping 
from the power of William 
the Norman, by whom he 
has been ensnared into tak- 
ing an oath he dares not 
keep, in his distraction and 
despair, flies for consolation 
to his aged counsellor and 
friend Aired, Archbishop of 
York. 

Before this holy cross, kneel, 
O my son, with me, and pray that 
a life of truth and virtue may atone 
the madness of an hour. So by 
the crucifix knelt the warrior and 
the priest. 

1850. 496 Tartuffe, Laurent (his valet) 

and Dorine, etc. 

1 85 1. 794 The Taming of the Shrew. 

" The meat was well, if you 
were so contented, etc." 
1853. 327 The Emperor Charles Vat the 
Monastery of Yuste, August 

31. 1558. 

The sunshine again tempted 
him into his open gallery. As he 
sat alone he sent for a portrait of 
the Empress, and hung for some 
time, lost in thought. . . . Thus 
occupied he remained so long 
abstracted and motionless that 
Mathisio (his Flemish physician), 
who was on the watch, thought 
it right to awaken him from his 
reverie. — W. Stirling. 

1 2, Hereford Road North, 

Baysioater. 

1857. 517 Tartuffe at supper, etc. 

1858. 169 Argan feigning death. 

1859. 263 Richelieu and Anne of Aus- 

tria. 

Anxious to cure the Cardinal of 
his passion, Anne exacted as a 
proof of sincerity, that Richelieu 
should dance a saraband in her 
presence in the costume of a 
Spanish jester. ... A muffled 
figure appeared, unfolded an 
enormous mantle, and the Car- 
dinal, Prime Minister of France, 
stood before the wife of its mon- 
arch, in a light vest and trousers 
of green velvet, with silver bells 
at his garters and castanets in his 
hands, etc. etc. 

i860. 555 Aurora Leigh. 

Father, then, and child we lived 
among the mountains many years 
. . . and old Assunta, to make 
up the fire, crossing herself, when- 
e'er a su<iden flame, . . . made 
alive that picture of my mother 
on the wall, etc. — Mrs. Broivniiii'. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



35 



1861. 505 Military aspirations. "Coming 
events cast their shadows be- 
fore." 

1S62. 514 Hullo, largess! A harvest scene 
in Norfolk. 

At the time of h.irvest, when 
the men are reaping down the 
fields, should their master have 
any visitors, tlie head man among 
the labourers usuallyasks a largess. 
Then they collect in a circle, etc. 
etc. 

1863. 402 Hermione. " But we came to 

see the statue of our queen, 
etc."— IVinU/s Tale. 

1864. 554 The sunbeam. "In a shadowy 

saloon on silken ciishions 
half reclined; I watch thy 
grace." — Tennyson. 

59, Hereford Road North. 

1865. 497 Glaucus and lone in the cave 

of the witch of Vesuvius. 

In the centre of the cave was 
an earthen statue, with three heads 
formed by the real skulls of a dog, 
a horse and a boar; a low tripod 
stood before this wild representa- 
tion of the popular Hecate. Be- 
fore the fire was seated a woman 
of considerable age, etc., etc. — 
Last Days 0/ Pompeii. 

1866. 469 Home: the return. " Es- 

stranged for years, O mother, 
yet wouldst spy, etc." 
1870. 433 Mrs. Maw Egley. 
933 In anticipation. 

1872. 896 Scene from Moliere's comedy, 

" Monsieur de Pourceaug- 
nac," act ii, sc. 2, etc. 

1873. 162 Sweets to the sweet. 

1874. 625 Corporal Trim reading the ser- 

mon. 

Corporal Trim laying his hat 
down upon the floor, and taking 
up the sermon in liis left hand, 
advanced, nothing doubting, into 
the middle of the room. ... So 
he stood before my father, my 
uncle Toby and Dr. Slop. — Tris- 
tram Shandy. 

1877. 1365 Captain Absolute's introduc- 

tion to Lydia Languish. 
" Lydia. I won't even speak 
to or look at him, etc." — 
The Rivals. 
26, B as sett Road, 

Not ting Hill. 

1878. 1374 A moment of reflection. 

1879. loii Scene from " Le Medecin mal- 

gre lui," etc. 

1880. 1038 The morning lesson. " At 

every artless tear, and every 
smile, etc." — Campbdl. 



1 88 1. 959 Mr. Belford visits Clarissa Har- 
lowc in the sponging-house. 
A den with broken walls. A 
bed at one corner, with coarse 
curtains tacked up to the ceiling ; 
a coverlid on it in tatters. . . . 
The lady was sitting on the side 
of the broken couch. 

1885. 1007 The marchioness. 

1886. 73 Oldcompanions. "Ilovcevery- 

thing that 's old, old friends, 
old times, old manners, old 
books, old wine." — Gold- 
smith. 

1887. 620 Weary watching. 

995 "Jack's as good as his mas- 
' ter." 

1888. 910 A very old master. 

1889. 639 A new acquisition. 

i8g8. 670 The Marchioness playing crib- 
bage, in Dick Swiveller's sick 
room. — Old Curiosity Shop. 



EGLEY, Mrs. William. 

Miniature Painter. 
8, Montague Street. 
1869. 1035 An artist. 

EGLINGTON, James T. ... Painter. 

148, Islington Square, 

Liverpool. 
1847. 201 Heath scene with cattle. 
1856. 420 The first day in the Ragged 
school. 

EGLINGTON, Samuel Painter. 

Liverpool, etc. 
1837. 544 Scotch game. 

148, Islington, Liverpool. 
1853. 1300 The fruit stall. 

EGLOFFSTEIN, Countess Julie D'. 

Painter. 

33, Bruton Street. 
1S39. 287 Infancy. 

372 Portrait of a lady. 

EGNER, Miss Maria Painter. 

30, Thurloe Plaee, 

South Kensington. 
1888. 533 Hungarian farmyard. 

EGVILLE, D'. See D, vol. ii, page 
294. 

EHNINGER, John W Painter. 

\%, Bedford Place. 
1864. 410 " Young massa." 



36 



THE ROYAL i^CADEMY EXHIBITORS 



EHRKE, Julius Painter. I 

Roslin House, Great Malvern. \ 

1889. 1269 Peace. "Not as the world 

giveth, give I unto you." 
Clydesdale, Great Malvern. 

1890. 914 View from Malvern. 

EICHBAUM, M. D Painter. 

14, Tavistock Street. 
1822. 930 Interior of the Castle Chapel 
Royal in the city of Dublin, 
erected during the adminis- 
tration of Earl Whitworth. 

EILOART, Miss E. G Painter. 

10, Harrington Street. 
i860. 305 Greenhouse gatherings. 

EINSLIE, S Miniature Painter. 

8, Castle Street, 

Leicester Fields. 
1785. 332 Portrait of a gentleman. 
3+0 do. do. 

342 do. do. 

1787. 47 do. do. 
269 Portrait of a lady. 
339 do. do. 

1788. 314 do. do. 

10, Dean Street, So/to. 
1800. S4S Mrs. Mountain. 

At Mr. Boydell's, Cheapside. 
1808. 647 W. Salte, Esq. 
669 Col. Hardy. 

EKMAN, Robert Wilhelm ... Painter. 
5, Great Newport Street. 
1S58. 1012 Interior of a Finnish cottage. 

ELAND, John S Painter. 

37, Handforth Road, Stockivell. 
1896. 14S3 Miss Constance M. Milhvard. 
123, Victoria St., Westminseer. 
1898. 430 Miss Doris Una Seth-Smith. 
igoi. 1223 The merry thought. 
1904. 1805 The birth of the red rose; 
panel, silver. 

ELDER, Charles Painter. 

70, Newman Street. 

1845. 369 Sappho. 

96, Stanhope Street. 

1846. 338 Florimel imprisoned. — Spenser. 

1847. 220 The death of Mark Antony. 

" I am dying, Egypt, dying, 
etc." 

1848. 204 Sketch for a picture. 
265 The letter. 

331 The Lady Christabel at the old 

oak trees. — Coleridge. 
4 34 Ruth gleaning. 



18, Campden Grove, 

Kensington. 

1850. 935 Rosalind. "I'll go find a 

shadow, etc." — As You Like 
It. 

74, Newman Street. 

1851. 152 Weary travellers. 

(The late.) 

1852. 267 On the Thames near Twicken- 

ham. 
472 An Italian fruit girl. 



ELDRIDGE, W Painter. 

41, Paradise Row, Chelsea. 
1825. 566 Partof the Falls of the Mynach 
Cardiganshire; sketch taken 
on the spot. 
691 The Woodman's hut; compo- 
sition. 



ELEN 

1839. 
1840. 



, Phi 

4S8 

1097 

43 



1841. 370 



IS42. 


297 


IS43. 


141 
514 




533 




586 


1844. 


300 
776 
976 



1845- 

1846. 



I23I 



929 
982 

371 
509 



lip West Painter. 

43, Robert Street. 

French peasant (iirl. 

On the coast — morning. 

Low tide. Coast of Picardy — 
morning. 

43, London Street, 

and Leamington. 

On the French coast — low 
water. 

Landscape. 

Ruins of Kenilworth, including 

Leicester's buildings, the 

great hall and Caesar's tower. 

12, London Street. 

Ruins of St. Benedict's abbey 
on the Bure, Norfolk. 

Landscape, Herefordshire. 

River scene near Lynmouth, 
Devon. 

On the river Lynn, North 
Devon. 

A winter's day. 

12, Park Place Terrace, 

Paddington. 

On the Lynn, Devonshire. 

Scene in Surrey — a breezy day. 

A summer's day, Hereford- 
shire. 

Landscape. 
19, Devonshire Place, 

Maida Hill. 

Scene in Yorkshire. 

A river scene. 
8, Porteus Road, Paddington. 

A watermill, Yorkshire. 

Falls of the river Wharfe in 
Bollin Park, Yorkshire. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



37 



i860. 



1865. 

1867. 
1872. 

ELEX, 

1850. 

ELEY, 

1890. 



1846. 542 A trout stream, Yorkshire. 
i?02 Banks of the Wye, Tintern. 

1847. 25 On the river Nid, near Knarcs 

borough. 

154 Scene near Malham, Yorkshire 
— a summer day. 

229 A green lane, Surrey, in spring 
time. 

325 River scene, Yorkshire — a 
summer morning. 

441 Near Leamington, Warwick- 
shire. 
1138 A trout stream, Yorkshire — 
evening. 

1848. 95 A summer Day, Yorkshire. 
2.J 2 Near Goring, O.xfordshire. 
410 A streamlet, Devonshire. 

567 A recollection of the Greta, 
Yorkshire. 

1849. 104 A rocky stream, Yorkshire. 
272 Lane scene, Kent. 

315 Entrance to a Yorkshire village. 

516 Hastings fishing boats — morn- 
ing. 

545 Stormy weather, Norfolk 
marshes. 
1S50. 314 Lane scene near Henley, from 
nature. 

425 The trout stream — evening. 

470 From Nature — Malham, York- 
shire. 

1 85 1. 6S3 Old water mill near Wargrave, 

Berkshire. 
764 On the Surrey Hills. 

40, Richmond Road, IsHngtoti. 

1852. 460 Coast scene — morning. 

1853. 322 Scene in North Wales. 

711 Moel Siabod, North Wales. 
1229 A quiet pool on the Machno, 

North Wales. 
1231 On the Lune. 

1854. II On the Surrey Hills near 

Coombe. 
143 A gleaner. North Wales. 
281 Looking towards Littlehani])- 

ton from Arundel Park. 

1855. ^''+ Forest trees, Surrey. 

329 On the Lwgwy, North Wales. 

1856. 137 In Arundel Park. 

232 On the Surrey Hills near 
Dorking. 

1857. II Pont Ledr, North Wales. 

223 River scene near Bettws-y- 

Coed, North Wales. 
446 On the Conway, North Wales. 

1858. 42 The river Llugwy, North Wales. 

" When autumnal dyes 
Tinge the woody mountain." 

1859. 182 A fine day in Arundel Park. 
396 On the Sussex Coast. 



13, Cambridge Terrace, 

Hackney. 
253 Ruddlan, North Wales — even- 
ing. The last Prince of 
Wales was imprisoned by 
Edward I within the walls 
of Ruddlan Castle. 
465 Amongst the hills, harvest 
time. 
JEiole Royale des Beaux yl/is, 
Ghent, and 23, Grafton Street 
East. 
94 Rhuddlan Castle, North Wales 
— evening. 

Jhvxbourne. 
178 Arundel Park, Sussex. 

S3, Welheck Street. 
341 Waiting at the homestead. 

F Painter. 

Paris. 

271 Mons. de Conny. 

Miss Frances. 

Miniature Painter. 

23, Baker Street. 

1502 Viscountess Raincliffe, daugh- 
ter of the Earl of Westmor- 
land. 

1545 Hon. Mrs. Algernon Bourke. 



1880. 
1881. 



1882. 



ELEY, Miss Mary Painter. 

23, Dorchester Place. 
1300 Bianca. 
1 1 51 A portrait. 
1 166 "She dreams of benediction, 

etc." 
986 Agneta, daughter of Charles 

Hambro, Esq. 
1097 " This was the thing that made 
her sad, The gate was there, 
but not the lad." 
1349 "Sweet dreams of other days 

arise, etc." 
955 A head. 
957 The pet lamb. 

9, Wetherby Terrace. 
1129 Envy. 

1 22 1 The Lady Olivia Taylour. 
1295 "Seventy years ago, my darling, 
seventy years ago." — Tenny- 
son. 
1079 Guinevere at Almesbury. 

30, Great Russell Street. 
1250 A butler's wife. 
1337 Preparing the hookah. 
3, Cambridge Terrace, 

Hyde Park. 
1897. 1 180 An Eastern carriage and pair. 



1883. 



1884. 
1885. 



1887. 

1888. 
1890. 






o 



f^y 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



ELFORD, Miss Eliza Painter. 


1835- 


352 


Landscape: evening. 




(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 


1836. 


169 


do. Devonshire scenery. 


1815. 


433 Flowers from nature. 


1837- 


526 


do. 


1816. 


533 Flowers. 








1S17. 


506 Flowers designed and painted 


ELGOOD, 


Frank M Architect. 




from nature. 






98, IVimpole Street. 


1821. 


4S8 Flowers. 


1896. 


1657 


Riverside summer - house, 
Twickenham. 


ELFORD, Sir William, Bart. 










Painter. 


ELIAS 


, Alfred Painter. 




(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 






Arts Club, Hanover Square. 




Mr. William Elford. 


1885. 


1090 


Carting seaweed. 


1774- 


351 A View near Plympton in 
Devonshire. 


1886. 


436 


The little milk carrier — Nor- 
mandy. 


1777. 


409 A View on the river Tavy in 




567 


Cows returning home. 




Devon. 


1887. 


13 


Barge horses — banks of the 




Mr. Elford of Plympton. 






Oise. 


1778. 


404 A landscape. 


1888. 


410 


The ferry on the Oise, France. 


1781. 


1S3 Landstorm. 


1889. 


540 


Summer afternoon — mare and 


1785- 


395 View in Devonshire. 






foal. 


1789. 


423 Landscape (a shower). 


1892. 


613 


Sheep in an orchard. 


1795- 


61 Ruins of a castle. 






Dry Hill, Tunhridge. 


1798. 


10 A landscape. 

Col. Elford. 


1893. 


464 


A "Patience"; a study near 
Lisbon. 


1800. 


34 Moonlight, with the effect of 
lightning. 


1896. 


395 


Summer evening: gipsy en- 
campment. 




Sir W. Elford. 


1897. 


1010 


Carting hay — Sussex. 


iSoi. 


94 A landscape — the approach of 
a shower. 


1898. 


265 


Cows at pasture — Kent. 
16, Warwick Gardens, 


1802. 


419 A landscape. 






Kensington. 




661 do. 


1902. 


780 


Summer afternoon: the repose 


1803. 


37 View near Plym, Devonshire. 






of the flock. 


1804. 


39 A View in Devonshire. 




840 


The road to the marshes. 


1805. 


71 A landscape. 


1903. 


151 


A shady spot. 




554 do. 




873 Sheep — summer afternoon. 


1806. 


123 do. 








1810. 


265 do. 


ELIAS 


, Mrs. Alfred (Emily). 


1811. 


8 View on the river Tavy. 






Painter. 


1812. 


281 View in Devonshire. 






Paris. 


1813. 


26 Landscape: a summer's noon. 


1884. 


116 


The road to the farm. 


1814. 


157 View of the Castle of Bury 






Dry Hill, Tonbridge. 




Pomeroy. 


1899. 


726 


In a fallow field. 


1815. 


388 A landscape near Buckland, a 
seat of Mr. Bastards. 




1259 


Mrs. Harold Cornfoot. 

16, Wanvick Gardens. 


1816. 


1 1 A landscape. 


1901. 


I3'7 


Phoebe. 


1817. 


437 do. 








1818. 


393 View on the River Plym. 
176 A landscape. 


ELIAS 


, M 


ss Annette Painter. 


1819. 




) *»» 


9, Vicarage Gardens. 


1820. 


250 do. 


18S9. 


.36. 


The Wharf, Chelsea. 


T821. 


158 do. 


1892. 


9S5 


A Hampshire river. 


1822. 


337 A retired glen. 




1032 


Autumn floods. 


1824. 


331 Landscape: a shower. 


1893. 


660 


A hayfield. 


1825. 


139 A landscape. 




664 


A poppy field. 


1828. 


84 do. 


1894. 


405 


Pastures — Ayrshire. 


1829. 


67 Landscape: a shower. 




525 


A lonely homestead, Ayrshire. 


1831. 


409 Composition from views on the 




728 


The pathway. 




River Plym. 


1895. 


666 


A moorland path, Yorkshire. 


1833- 


13 View on the River Tavy in 


1896. 


4'3 


Between the showers. 




Devon. 




7'5 


Summer time. 


.834. 


192 Landscape. 


1897. 


447 


A hayfield. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



39 



1897. 75+ Poppies and hollyhocks. 

857 Onions. 
i8g8. 97 The ridge of the down. 

1899. 802 Sussex Uplands. 

1900. 567 Hayricks. 

1077 "Green fields and happy 
groves, where flocks have 
took deUght." -^B/aAe. 

1902. 329 Near Dartmoor, Devon. 

1904. 232 Dartmoor. 

ELIOT, Granville Painter. 

Woods/ock, SHnfold, 

7icar Horsham. 
1891. 399 Hauling up crab pots. 

ELKINS, J. H Sculptor. 

I , Aldrich Road, Kentish Town. 
1868. 1 179 Sleeping infant; terra-cotta. 

ELLAND, R Architect. 

At Mr. Gandfs, 

67, Bo/d Street, Liverpool. 

1809. 730 Design for an entrance to a 

Nobleman's Park. 

1810. 813 Design for a prospect house. 

ELLEBY, William A Painter. 

Clifton, near Ashbourne, 

Derby. 

1 888. 124 Autumn on a Surrey slope. 
383 An April study. 

805 A cottage stack yard. 

1889. 537 Springtime on a Surrey Canal. 

1890. 484 The edge of a Surrey heath. 
816 A corner of Yorkshire. 

1 89 1. 933 An old English home. 

1892. 876 Early May. 

ELLERBY, Thomas Painter. 

Ill, Hatton Garden. 
1821. 289 R. Davies, Esq. 
1824. 881 T. P.Banner, Esq. 

7, Neumian Street. 

1826. S3 Thomas Kay, Esq. 
147 Portrait of himself. 
149 R. Brockell, Esq. 
333 Mrs. Gibson. 

52, Newman Street. 

1827. 88 Mademoiselle Ayton. 
188 Dr. Armstrong. 

48, Frederick Street. 

1828. 141 A madonna. 

142 Mr. Wood of Covent Garden 
Theatre in the character of 
Aurelio di Montalto in the 
opera of " Native Land." 

440 Portrait of a lady. 

1829. 35 R. Ward, Esq. 



1829. 


355 Dr. Latham, Fellow of the Royal 




College of Physicians. 




448 Portrait of a lady playing on 




the guitar. 




83, Newman Street. 


1830. 


120 S. Prest, Esq. 




158 M. C. Harrison, Escj. 




373 Portrait of a lady. 




600 Rev. S. Creyke. 


I83I. 


184 Lady \Vales. 




370 Mrs. Prest. 




466 Mrs. Strickland. 




599 Portrait of a lady. 


1S32. 


155 do. gentleman. 




199 R. Isherwood, Esc[. 




282 Rev. C. Readshaw, M.A. 




7, Nnvman Street. 


1833- 


3+9 T. Ward, Esq., late sheriff of 




London. 




438 Hon. Miss Dundas. 




439 Shylock. "The pound of flesh, 




which I demand of him. 




etc." 




965 Mrs. Ward, lady of the late 




Sheriff. 


1834. 


228 Hon. Mrs. Lane. 




551 The late Rev. Dr. Dicken. 


1835- 


149 Portrait of the author of "The 




Social Day." {Peter Coxe.) 




150 An Italian female in the rat- 




tuno costume counting her 




beads. 




164 Portrait of a young lady. 




412 Mr. John Gibson, A.R.A. 




13, Neivman Street. 


1836. 


4 Charity. 




265 Rev. Mr. Wrightson, M.A. 




502 Portrait of a lady. 


1837- 


23 The infant Jupiter. 




280 Miss Mease. 


1838. 


50 A Spanish lady feeding a par- 




rot. 




300 Portrait of a lady. 


1839. 


334 Charles Robinson, Esq. 




34, Gerrard Street. 


1 84 1 . 


170 Gulnare. " But since the dag- 




ger suits thee less than brand. 




I'll try the firmness of a 




female hand." — Lord Byron. 




537 Mrs. Fordyce. 


1842. 


89 Major-General Sir L. Green- 




well, K.C.B., K.C.H. 




478 Mrs. Freer. 


IS43. 


134 His Excellency Don Manuel 




Moreno, Ambassador for 




Buenos Ayres. 




161 The Son of ditto. 




344 Mrs. Meynell and her two sons. 


1844. 


441 The Duke of Devonshire, K.G., 




etc. 



40 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



EUerby, Thomas — continued. 
1S44. 534 Mrs. Blagden Harrall. 
1202 Dr. Blagden Harrall. 

1845. 156 Thomas Foster, Esq. 
159 James Hunlocke, Esq. 
577 Mrs. Welfitt. 

1846. 389 Mrs. Burnell. 

549 E. V. Pegge Burnell, Esq. 

1847. 294 Mrs. Fowke Burnaby. 

505 Thomas Fowke Burnaby, Esq. 

1848. 79 Portrait of an artist. 

155 Thomas Thompson, Esq., 
Town Clerk of Hull. 

1849. 201 Captain Lefroy. 
425 Portrait of a lady. 

II, Great Tichfield Street. 
1851. 162 Henry Hall, Esq., and Mrs. 
Hall. 
762 Miss Palmer. 
1853. 211 Richard Bayley, Esq., Magis- 
trate for West Riding of 
Yorkshire. 
1855. 22 Mrs. Creswick. 

279 T. Creswick, Esq. 
593 Benjamin Hasrorth, Esq., M. A. 
1857. 141 Mrs. Pashley. 

+31 T B. Manson, Esq., Town 
Clerk of Doncaster, etc. 

ELLESON, G Painter. 

1857. 1126 Portrait of an officer. 

ELLICOMBE, Captain Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1810. 400 Sketch from nature, near Chat- 
ham. 
905 A View of Rochester Castle. 



ELLIOT, Archibald Architect. 




10, Charleton Street, 




Fort/and Chapel. 


1794. 


662 Design for a temple. 


1795- 


662 do. church. 




68, High Street, Marykboiie. 


1796. 


761 Inside of a temple. 


1797- 


1130 Design for a temple. 




New Road, opposite 




Hurley Street, Marylebone. 


T799. 


1003 Design for a mansion. 


1806. 


900 Loudon Castle, the seat of the 




Countess of Loudon and 




Moira. 


ELLIO 


T, A., Junr Architect. 



30, Carmarthen Street. 

181 7. S84 Episcopal Chapel in York 

Place, Edinburgh. 

1818. 1025 Im|)rovement of High Street, 

Edinburgh. 



1819. 1037 Newbyth House, East Lothian, 

for Robert Baird, Esq. 

Osnabiirgh Street 

1820. 929 Regent's Bridge, Edinburgh. 

ELLIOT, Edward Painter. 

The Cottage, 

Al)i?iger Hamtner, Dorking. 

1880. 168 Springtime. 

248 Waiting for a bite. 
986 The ford. 

1881. 32 Watercress gatherers. 
56 Mending the net. 

261 On the Blythe. 

Hethersett, JVvmofidham, 

Norfolk. 

1883. 17 Harvesting. 
221 Shade. 

845 Sheep. 

870 Carting hay. 

1884. 595 A horse and cart. 
1 1 19 Wind-bound. 

1885. 121S Daybreak. 

1886. 720 Washing day. 

1887. 410 Solitude. 

1888. 317 Sons of toil. 
818 View at Ely. 

1889. 34 Stokesby ferry. 
29 8 A cool stream. 
789 The last load. 

iioi Green pastures. 

1891. 545 Fen pastures. 

1892. 588 On the Bure. 

1893. 75^ West Lynn, Norfolk. 

38, Marine Parade, Lo7vestoft. 
1895. S19 Lowestoft Denes and light- 
house. 

15, North Parade, Lowestoft. 
1 90 1. 488 The Herring Market, Lowestoft. 

ELLIOT, J Architect. 

30, Carmarthen Street. 
1816. 895 A public building. 

ELLIOT, James Painter. 

49, Princes Street, Alanchester. 

1884. 79 The Trefaen. 

1 o, Marsden Street, Manchester. 

1885. 314 In the Valley of the Ogwen. 

1886. 165 The Valley of the Llugwy. 
755 Snowdon. 

Miners Bridge, Bettivs-y-Coed. 

1888. 296 On the Gwryd. 

1889. 711 The last rays of sunlight. 

1890. 297 A flood on the Glaslyn. 
1892. 56 Ben Ledi. 

193 A .spur of Snowdon. 

Tyn-y-Fron, Bettws-y- Coed. 
1895. 829 "Thoscheavenly hills all veiled 
in mist." 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



41 



i8g6. 88 A River gorge. 

40, Fitzroy Square. 
1897. 524 Rain clearing off. 

ELLIOT, R. B Painter. 

181 5. 600 Marine shells, etc. 



ELLIOT, W Architect. 

30, Carmarthen Street. 
181 7. 910 View of a Triumphal arch pro- 
posed for City of Edinburgh. 
Ostiabur^h Street. 
182 1. 986 Design for a mansion at Dun- 
keld for the Duke of Athol. 



ELLIOT, W. F Painter. 

Albany Street. 
1829. 175 A lane near Brighton. 
384 Kirkstall Abbey. 

1833. 24 View near Hendon. 

1834. 116 Kensington Gardens. 



ELLIOTT, Charles Loring... Painter. 

37, Milk Street. 
1852. 511 Portrait of an artist. 

930 The Hon. Lewis C. Hammers- 
ley. 

ELLIOTT, Frank Painter. 

13, Langham Street, 

Portland Square. 
1884. 735 " Fairies we." 



ELLIOTT, James Painter. 

85, Westminster Bridge Road. 

1848. 304 "A life so sacred, such serene 

repose seemed Heaven it- 
self" 

1849. 317 A sketch in Braid Wood. 

180, Adelaide Road. 
1864. 614 Gooseberries and apples. 
1866. 199 Pick-a-back. 



ELLIOTT, Robinson Painter. 

41, Grainger Street, Nezacastle. 
1844. 137 A morning call. 

525 Children in the wood. 

58, Grainger Street, Neivcastle. 
1850. 403 Richard Burden Sanderson, 
Esq., late fellow of Oriel 
College. 
1856. 250 A bhnd girl reading the scrip- 
tures. 
1876. 703 The Blackburn, Redesdale. 
III. 



1877. 785 Frenchman's Bay, near South 

Shields. 

1878. 727 Cast ashore — Trow Rocks, 

South Shields. 

1879. 841 Still and lonely: Moorland in 

Redesdale, Northumber- 
land. 

1880. 752 The old bridge, near Wood- 

burn, Northumberland. 
850 Cliffs on the coast at Marsden, 
with Peter Allen's house, 
South Shields. 

1881. 717 Velvet bed from the top of the 

cliffs, with Marsden Rock 
and Souter Point in the 
distance. 

ELLIOTT, Captain William. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Liait. W. Elliott. 

1784. 62 A frigate and cutter in chase. 

1785. 411 View of Port Royal Harbour, 

Jamaica, with His Majesty's 
fleet, after the action of the 
1 2th of April, 1 781: and 
portraits of Le Ville de Paris 
and other captured ships. 

1786. 87 View of the city of Quebec 

from the opposite shore. 
I787- 394 Representation of the breaking 
of the French line in the 
memorable action of the 
1 2th of April, 1782, between 
His Majesty's fleet com- 
manded by Lord Rodney, 
and the French fleet, under 
the command of Compte 
De Grasse. 
1 7, Lower Harley Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1 788. 202 Representation of the fire at 

Kingston in Jamaica on the 

night of February 3rd, 1782. 

Berivick Street, Soho. 

1789. 138 The action between His Ma- 

jesty's ship Quebeck and le 
Surviellant, for a tablet to a 
chimney piece. 
160 The action between His Ma- 
jesty's ship Serapis, com- 
manded by Captain Pearson, 
and the Bon Homme, com- 
manded by Paul Jones. 
{Redgrave describes this amateur painter as 
Captain Robert Elliott, which is followed by 
Bryan. Mr. Citst in the "Dictionary oj 
National Biography " gives him as William. 
The initial is W in all the Royal Academy 
catalogues^ 

G 



42 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



ELLIS, Miss Alice Blanche. 

Painter. 

7, Mortiiner Street, IV. 
1878. 297 A silent land. 

ELLIS, Arthur Painter. 

1 3, Brussels Rd., IVatuisworih. 
1874. 37 Rouge et Noir. 

2 1 , Hoivland Street. 
1886. 290 Going for a ride. 
S9S Yonder. 

1888. 234 Beer, Devon — Evening. 
1 1 56 Portrait of a lady. 

2 1 , Fitzroy Street. 

1889. 965 Red, white and blue. 
1481 Morning hours. 

13, Kidbrook Park Road, 

Blackheath. 
1892. 50S Miss Wilhelmina Ellis. 
Ar7io Cotte, Luton Place, 

Greenwich. 
1895. 1073 The Grecian's cloister, Christ's 
Hospital. 
3, Cedar Studios, Glebe Place. 
1897. 1398 High Street, Berwick-on- 
Tweed. 
1720 "The Pageant comes! " 
1899. 1 123 Guildhall and Market, Peter- 
borough. 
923 Voices of the Sea. 
1043 Blanchelys. 
1175 Durham. 
869 Durham Cathedral. 
S3S The top of the hill. 
85S St. David's Cathedral. 



1901. 



1902. 
1903. 



ELLIS, C. Wynn Painter. 

8, Great Marlborough Street. 
1882. 821 The birthday present. 
1886. 638 The old gateman. 

40, Fitzroy Square. 

1891. 1423 Home again. 

1892. 871 Miss Emma Murray. 

Lindsay LLouse, 

Bishop's Stortford. 
1895. 560 Mrs. C. Wynn Ellis. 

1054 The whip. 
1S99. 140 Arthur W. Nash, Esq. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

1900. 1019 My mother. 
1090 " Hark back." 

1 90 1. 410 Charles Gold, Esq. 
1904. 456 A member of the hunt. 

ELLIS, Mrs. Edith Kingdon-. 

Painter. 

J\'ttrborough. 
1897. 2; The Very Rev. Wm. Clavell 
Ingram, D.D., Dean of 
Peterborough. 



ELLIS, Edward Brookes... Architect. 

36, Fenchurch Street. 
1838. 1 187 Goldsmiths' Hall. 
1841. 1055 A horse armoury. 

131, Fenchurch Street. 
1859. 1053 House at Bromley. For J. 
Richardson, Esq. 

9, Fenchurch Street. 
1865. 824 City improvements. 

1875. 1021 Nave of St. Paul's. 

1876. 1052 Vicarage of Higham, Kent. 

1877. 1 1 50 Hotel near Waterloo Bridge. 

ELLIS, Edwin, R.B.A Painter. 

17, College Terrace, 

Llammersmith. 
1867. 126 On the Balder, Yorkshire. 
4, Hardwick Terrace, 

Ttirnham Green. 
1870. 318 After Sundown. 

29, Devonshire Street, 

Bloomsbury. 
1872. 750 The Devil's Punchbowl, Hind- 
head. 

6, Upper Bedford Place. 
1874. 261 Noon. 

655 The Thundercloud. 

705 Breakers. 

856 West Hartlepool. 

922 Near Towyn, North Wales, 

929 Sand Hills, North Wales. 

1877. 27 Under the cliffs, Whitby. 

59, Tufnell Park Road. 

1878. 376 Michaelmas. 

555 The last of the Wreck. 
947 " Behold ! the house is left unto 
you desolate." 

15, Fitzroy Street. 

1879. 35+ Over the Sands, Barmouth. 
375 The borders of the Birklands. 

"Then came the autumn all 
in yellow clad." 

24, Soho Square. 
18S0. 56 Robin Hood's Bay, Yorkshire. 
The Birklands, 

219, Maida Vale. 
1882. 610 Waiting for the boats. 

2, Queen's Square Place, W.C. 
1884. 1590 Baiting crab pots — Flam- 
borough Head. 

Degauwy, Comoay. 
1S85. 197 Waiting. " For those who will 
never return to the town." 
10, North Crescent. 

Bedford Square. 

1886. 321 The haven under the hill. 

1887. 395 A march morning — Cornwall. 

1888. 736 Wild weather— \Vest Hartle- 

pool. 

1889. 1185 Bohemians. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



43 



76, Nmnnan Street. 
1890, 364 Flamborough. 

710 After a three day's gale. 

ELLIS, Edwin John Painter. 

46, Milson Road, 

Kensitigton Park. 
1888. 1022 A dance. 

ELLIS, Ernest G Painter. 

42, Greenwood Road, Hackney. 

1899. 1525 Edith.- 

ELLIS, Mrs. Eveline Courbould. 

Miniature Painter. 
65, Bedford Gardens, 

and Campden Hill. 
1898. 1454 Mrs. Coker. 

1900. 1463 Master Leslie S. Morgan. 

8, Ladbroke Terrace, 

Notting Hill. 
igo2. 1205 Nevillia, daughter of Major 
Nevill Thomas. 
1238 Mrs. G. H. Heywood. 

ELLIS, G Architect. 

3, Cleveland Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1797. 1191 Design for a nobleman's villa. 

ELLIS, H Architect. 

36, Fenchurch Street. 
1820. 923 An idea of a public building. 
1823. 564 St. Clement's Danes, etc. 

ELLIS, H Painter. 

40, Bernard Street, 

Russell Square. 
1851. 1183 A View in Richmond Park. 

ELLIS, John Architect. 

II, Austin Friars. 
1865. 804 Design for a Town Hall, Ips- 
wich. 



ELLIS, Joseph F Painter. 

Arundel Street, Strand. 

1819. 305 Entrance of an harbour. 

4, Everett St., Russell Square. 

1820. 208 Morning — The departure. 

ELLIS, Paul H Painter. 

Handswortli, Staffordshire. 
1886. 795 Thistles. 



ELLIS, Thomas Painter. 

I, Albert Grove, Peckham. 
1854. 644 Flowers and fruit. 

Hors/iam. 
1856. 1018 Fruit. 

ELLIS, Tristram J Painter. 

Loramore House, Tilfurd. 
1868. 706 Little Miss Partridge. 

25, Argyle Road, Kensington. 
1874. 559 Autumn — Savernake. 

1876. 1256 Notre dame de Paris. 

1877. 477 Falling leaves. 

1274 Fir trees near Bournemouth; 
etching. 

53, Bedford Gardens. 

1878. 309 The Sunrise Gun, Castle Gar- 

net, Guernsey. 
668 Primroses. 
905 The Haunted House. 

1882. 1094 Cairo from the Mokattam Hills 

— early morning. 

1883. 626 Sounding for shallows at low 

Nile. 
1076 Durrah thrashers at Negadeh. 

1885. 1258 A freshening breeze; Portu- 

guese mulettas returning. 
1344 Sea scavengers. 

7, Holland Park Road. 

1886. 1448 St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. 

1887. 121S Froth, Foam and Flight. 

1443 Portuguese muletas running be- 
fore the wind. 

1888. 1354 Autumn Tints on the Bos- 

phorus. 
1580 Dover. 

1889. 147 1 The Dardanelles from the 

South. 
1714 The Golden Horn, Constanti- 
nople. 

1890. 1573 The Yeni Djami. 

8, Trevor Terrace, 

Rutland Gate. 

1891. 1559 A corner of the Parthenon. 
1893. 1368 The Golden Horn, Constanti- 
nople. 

4, Alleyn Crescent, 

West Dulwich. 
1895. 1003 Afternoon — The Golden Horn, 
Constantinople. 
1074 Palma — Majorca from the har- 
bour. 

7, Holland Park Road. 
1897. 16S5 The pyramids, Egypt. 

Alconbury, South Croxted Rd., 
West Dulwich. 

1899. 1072 On the road to Karnak, Egypt. 

Westcott, Dorking. 

1900. 1565 Jerusalem, from Olivet. 

1901. 949 Onthefringeof a polar icepack. 



44 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Ellis, Tristram J continued. 


1774- 


75 Pheasants. 


1902. 


813 


Baalbek in March snow. 




76 Partridges. 


1903. 


944 


An autumn midnight in Spitz- 
bergen. 




77 Trouts. 

78 Fruits. 


1904. 


904 


Morning mists^Golden Horn, 
Constantinople. 




79 do. 

80 Pheasant, Woodcock, etc. 




1002 


Sealers leaving Spitzbergen — 




81 Hare and Pheasant. 






August midnight. 


1775- 


1 1 1 A Brace of trout. 

112 do. woodcocks. 


ELLISON, 

1884. 1362 
1587 


Miss Edith Painter. 

4, Brunswick Sipiare. 
Mrs. E. Sherard Kennedy. 
Old friends. 
Old Vicarage House, Windsor. 


1776. 


113 do. Partridges. 

114 A basket of strawberries. 

95 Dead Game. 

96 Death of a fox. 

97 Fish and cat. 

98 Fruit. 

99 do. 

111 A fox and pheasant. 

112 Fowls, etc. 


1886. 


228 


Study of a head. 






880 


La Comtesse de Nadaillac. 

8, Drayton Gardens. 


1777. 


1888. 


781 


A portrait. 




1 1 3 Basket of strawberries. 

114 Partridges. 


ELLISON, 


Thomas Painter. 




115 Fruit. 






93, Cropper's Hill, St. Helen's. 




116 A politician. 


1902. 


1044 


On Cambria's heights. 


1778. 


117 View of Farnham Castle. 
96 A brace of trout. 


ELLWOOD, George M. ... Architect. 




97 Basket of strawberries. 

98 Fruit. 

99 do. 

100 Flowers, 
loi do. 

83 A brace of pheasants. 

84 Carp. 

85 Woodcocks. 

86 Wild Ducks, teal, etc. 






55, Alexander Road, 




1899. 


1700 


Upper Holloway. 
Design for a chimney piece. 




1900. 

1903. 
1904. 


1757 

1512 

'445 


Drawing room mantlepiece. 

26, Cedar Road, Cricklewood. 
Dining room. 
Garden Entrance. 


1779. 










87 Trout, carp, etc. 


ELMER, Stephen, .,4.^.^. ... Painter. 




88 Hen and chickens. 






Of Far n ham, Surrey, 


1780. 


70 Fruit. 






and 44, IVatling Street. 




148 Woodcocks. 


1772. 


75 


A fox, etc. ; Kitcat. 




159 Hare and partridges. 




76 


A hare; three quarters. 




181 Perch. 




77 


A pheasant; do. 




184 Brace of partridges. 




78 


Two flower pieces. 




208 Pheasant and Woodcocks. 




79 


Two fruit pieces. 


1781. 


82 Woodcocks. 




80 


Three of dead birds. 




87 Brace of partridges. 




81 


A brace of Pheasants; Kitcat. 




129 do. Pheasants. 




82 


do. Trout. 




154 Fruit. 




83 


Two pieces of small birds. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 




159 do. 

210 Covey of partridges. 


1773- 


84 


Fowls. 


1782. 


36 Woodcocks. 




85 


Lurcher and dead fox. 




138 Dead game. 




86 


Sportsman with dead game. 




150 Fish and cat. 




87 


A canary bird in a cage. 




210 Fruit. 




88 


Fruit piece; three quarters. 




211 do. 




89 


Two small ditto. 




381 A heron and spaniel. 




90 


Brace of partridges. 


1783- 


1 5 Newfoundland dog. 




9" 


Woodpecker, jay, etc. 




19 Fish. 




92 


Basket of strawberries. 




40 Spaniels and woodcocks. 




93 


Brace of pheasants, woodcock, 
etc. 




72 Black game. 
128 Partridges. 


1774- 


73 


Heron and spaniel. 




146 Woodcocks. 




74 


Pointer. 




185 Fruit. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIfJITORS 



45 



1784. 


57 


Pheasants. 




72 


Fruit. 




74 


Woodcocks. 




95 


An alarmed poacher. 




116 


Partridges. 


1785- 


52 


Gold pheasants. 




2^3 


Fruit. 




225 


Mandarine Drake. 




396 


Avarice. 




426 


Different sorts of pheasants. 


1786. 


3' 


Brace of pheasants. 




9> 


Hawk and partridge. 




io8 


Fighting Cocks. 




■57 


Woodcocks. 




160 


Grapes, etc. 


1787. 


136 Covey of partridges. 




■74 


Brace of pheasants. 




1 86 


Hare and woodcocks. 




253 


Fo.x and pheasant. 

76, Queen Street, Cheapside. 


1788. 


90 


Brace of Partridges. 




92 


Couple of Woodcocks. 




198 


A hare sitting. 


1789. 


25 


Peacock. 




85 


Fish. 




90 


Fruit. 




230 


Partridges. 




270 


Pheasants. 


1790. 


234 


Fish. 




265 


Pheasants. 




287 


Fruit, etc. 


I79I. 


8 


A covey of Partridges. 


I793' 


48 


Couple of Woodcocks. 




657 


Fruit. 


1794. 


3° 


Teal. 




245 


Partridges. 


I79S- 


102 


Brace of trout. 


ELME 


R,\ 


William Painter. 




At Mr. Flaxman's, 






420, Strand. 


1783. 


.83 


Head of a pheasant. 




210 


Wood pidgeons. 




256 


Basket of strawberries. 

12, Hyde Street, Bloomsbury. 


1784. 


84 


Portrait of a lady. 

Farnham, Surrey. 


1797. 


3'4 


Spaniels pursuing a wounded 
pheasant. 


1799. 


57 


A fruit piece. 


ELMES, H.J Architect. 



At Mr. Davis's, 

II, Bloomsbury Square. 

1803. 8S9 The East India House, Leaden- 

hall Street. 
939 A design for a bath. 

1804. 864 Design for a casine. 

1805. 720 do. town hall. 
734 do. pavilion. 



ELMES, Harvey Lonsdale. 

Architect. 

9, .SV. Bride's Avenue. 

1837. 1027 Design for a staircase to a royal 

palace. 

1 1 , Park Row, Westminster. 

1838. I i77*Design for a National museum, 

etc. 

1 84 1. 1006 Design for St. George's Hall, 

Liverpool. 

1107 New assize courts, Liverpool. 

1842. 1037 do. do. 

1 108 Liverpool Collegiate Institu- 

tion. 

1843. 1290 Interior, St. George's Hall, 

Liverpool. 



ELMES and MOSELEY... Architects. 

//. L. Elmes, no7v deceased. 
1853. 1171 County Lunatic Asylum at 
Rainhill, Lancashire. 



ELMES, James, R.H.A., M.R.I.A. 

Architect. 

19, College Hill, Cheapside. 

1 80 1. 876 Design for a mausoleum. 
949 do. public building. 

1802. 896 do. villa. 

loio do. circular temple. 

1803. 632 Interior of St. Mary Alder- 

mary. Bow Lane. 

1804. 812 The temple of Juno: Dido 

sacrificing. " The beauteous 
queen before the altar stands, 
etc." 

1 1 , Gutter Lane. 
1S05. 756 Design; sheriffs' Court house. 
Isle of Thanet, etc. 

19, College Hill. 

1806. 876 Design; London Institution. 

1807. 1022 A Villa on banks of the 

Thames near Richmond. 
1048 Two Villas at Stockwell. 
1088 Design of a Cella frigideria, 

etc. 
II 12 Interior of Royal Exchange. 

1808. 930 Design for an Academy of Arts 

and Sciences. 
(Vice-President of the London Architectural 
Society.) 

1809. 796 Design; boat-house, etc., on the 

Thames. 
798 Design for improvement of 
Westminster, etc. 

9, Tavistock PI cue. 

1810. 763 Private dwelling-houses. 
864 St. Paul's Cathedral. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Elmes, James, R.H.A., M.R.I. A. — con- 
tinued. 

1811, 810 Design for Oakwood, Sussex. 
S40 do. Gallery of Antiqui- 
ties. 
842 St. Paul's Cathedral. 
856 King's Holme, Chichester. 
873 St. Paul's cathedral. 

College Hill. 
1814. 694 Design for a Temple of Honour 
to the ever-victorious Wel- 
lington, etc. 

1817. 941 Caledonian Asylum, Regent's 

Park. 
985 St. Paul's Cathedral. 

Do. and Kentish Toivn. 

1818. 945 Design for Royal Palace, etc. 

997 Monument to H.R.H. Prin- 

cess Charlotte of Wales, for 
St. Paul's. 

998 Chapel St. John the Evangelist 

at Chichester. 
29, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 

1820. 988 Design, Norwich Castle re- 

storation, etc. 

1821. 1063 Public Baths, Regent's Park. 

(Elected R.H.A.) 

8, Regent Street. 
1824. 904 Cottage, Raven's Court, near 
Hammersmith. 

9, St. Bride's Passage. 
1828. loii Improvements to St. Paul's 
Cathedral approved at a 
meeting, Lord Mayor in the 
chair, etc. 
(Elected M.R.I. A.) 
1833. 976 The Death of Pliny the elder 
during the first recorded 
eruption of Vesuvius, Au- 
gust 24, A.D. 79, as related 
by his nephew Pliny the 
Consul. 

Pliny, being at the time in com- 
mand at Misenum in the Bay of 
Naples, had his attention called 
Ijy ihe mother of the younger 
Pliny to the extraordinary appear- 
ance of Vesuvius; he left the 
palace and went on to a terrace, 
the better to observe the progress 
of the phenomenon. He em- 
barked in a light vessel, leaving 
his nephew behind to finish a 
writing for him ... he was suf- 
focated by a too near approach to 
the cause of that great calamity, 
etc. — Pliny's Epistle to Tacitus. 

(Surveyor to the Port of London.) 
1837. 996 Westwood Hall, Staffordshire, 
for John Devonport, Esq., 
M.P. 



1842. ion Raising the monolithal granite 
obelisk between Fleet Street 
and Ludgate Hill, June 26, 

1833- 
loii Architectural study, Eliza- 
bethan and collegiate. 



ELMES, W Painter. 

14, Tottenham Street. 
1797. 5S0 Hooke Tower, with a view of 
the Harbour of Waterford. 



ELMORE, Alfred W., i?. A... Painter. 

1834. 146 Subject from an old play. 

7, Cleveland Street. 

1840. 415 The Martyrdom of Thomas a 
Becket. "All the monks 
and ecclesiastics ran to hide 
themselves, or to hold the 
altars, except three who 
staid by his side. The arch- 
bishop appeared without the 
least emotion or fear, etc. 
etc." 

1843. 463 (No title in the catalogue.) 

19, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1844. 522 Rienzi in the Forum. "Then 

turn we to her latest tri- 
bune's name. . . . Rienzi! 
last of Romans, etc." — By- 
ron. 

1845. 579 The origin of the Guelph and 

Ghibeline quarrel in Flor- 
ence. 

In the year 1265 a Guelph 
noble of the upper vale of Arno, 
named Buondelmonte, who had 
been made citizen of Florence, 
demanded in marriage a young 
person of the Ghibeline house of 
Amidei and was accepted. While 
the nuptials were in preparation, 
a noble lady, of the family of 
Donati, stopped Buondelmonte as 
he passed her door, and bringing 
him into the room where her 
women were at work, raised the 
veil of her daughter. Here, she 
said, is the wife I had reserved 
for thee. Like thee she is Guelph ; 
whilest thou takest one from the 
enemies of thy church and race. 
Dazzled and enamoured he ac- 
cepted the proffered hand. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1846. 314 The fainting of Hero. "O 

Hero ! what a hero hadst 
thou been, etc." — Muck Ado 
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1847. 204 The invention of the stocking 

loom. 

William Lee, of St. John's Col- 
lege, Cambridge, was, about the 
year 15S9, expelled from the Uni- 
versity for marrying contrary to 
the statutes. Having no fortune, 
his wife was obliged to contribute 
to their joint sujiport by knitting, 
and Lee, while watching the mo- 
tion of her fingers, conceived the 
idea of imitating those movements 
by a machine. 

317 Beppo. " Laura by the side of 
her' adorer, when lo! the 
Mussuhnan was there before 
her." 
31, Devonshire Street, 

Portland Place. 

1848. 282 The deathbed of Robert, King 

of Naples, surnamed the 
Good and the Wise. 

Perceiving that he drew near 
his end, he assembled his nobles 
and dictated his will in their pre- 
sence. By this will, he made Joan, 
his granddaughter, his heir, and 
her sister Mary was to succeed 
her. . . . After this Robert de- 
sired they would bring to him the 
two young persons he had named 
for his successors. He addressed 
himself to them with the greatest 
dignity and tenderness, discovered 
to them the dangers which threat- 
ened them, and informed them in 
what manner they ought to con- 
duct themselves towards their 
enemies, their friends and their 
subjects. ... He died, says Pe- 
trarch, as he lived, acting and 
speaking like himself. He chose 
to die in the habit of the third 
order of St. Francis, an act of 
zeal at that time in fashion. 

1849. 23 Religious controversy in the 

time of Louis XIV. 

The King had declared his in- 
tention to employ only good 
Christians in public situations, 
meaning Roman Catholics, and 
the most tempting encouragement 
was held out to such as should 
set a public example by abjuring 
their Protestant tenets. Accord- 
ingly it was not uncommon for an 
intending convert of rank to in- 
vite some leading Protestant cler- 
gyman to meet some leading Ca- 
tholic in his house, thereto debate 
respecting their difterences, to 
satisfy the mind of their host 
which religion was preferable. 

378 Subject from "Tristram 
Shandy." 

Leave we then the breeches in 
the tailor's hands, with my father 
standing by him with his cane, 



reading him, as he sat at work, a 
lecture upon the talus clavus, and 
pointing to the precise part of the 
waistband where he was deter- 
mined to have it sewn on. 

1849. 471 LadyMacbeth. "Hark! Peace! 

It was the owl that shriek'd, 
etc." 

1850. 312 Griselde. "And as she wolde 

over the threswold gon The 
Markis came and gan hire 
for to call, etc." 
526 The Queen of the day. Sug- 
gested from the "Decam- 
eron " of Boccaccio, etc. 

1851. 487 Hotspur and the Fop. "I re- 

member when the fight was 
done, etc." — Henry I V {V&xi 
I), act i, scene 3. 

1852. 248 A subject from Pepys's Diary. 

"Feb. IS, 1663. Mr. Hales 
began my wife's portrait in 
the posture we saw one of 
my Lady Peters, like a St. 
Katharine. While he painted, 
Knipp, Mercer and I sang." 
353 The novice. " For who, to 
dumb forgetfulness a prey, 
etc." 

1853. 320 Queen Blanche ordering her 

son Louis IX from the pre- 
sence of his wife. 

Louis was forbidden to remain 
in her room without witnesses. 
. . . One day, however, Blanche 
discovered her son and daughter- 
in-law alone together ; the former 
concealed behind the chair of the 
latter. She said, with a frown. 
Go hence ; here I alone am Queen. 
— ■Joinville. 

1856. 175 The Emperor Charles V at 
Yuste. 

The quotation is the same 
as that under W. M. Egley, 
1853, No. 327. 
(Elected R.A.) 

I, St. Alhan^s J?d., Kensington. 
1858. S An incident in the Life of 
Dante. 

Boccaccio relates of Dante, that 
passing one day a doorway, at 
which some women were .assem- 
bled, one of them remarked, 
" That is the man who descends 
to the infernal regions and comes 
away when he likes, and then 
writes what he has seen." 

120 Subject from " Two gentlemen 
of Verona." Diploma work. 
"Duke. This love of their's 
myself have often seen. 
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Elmore, Alfred W., R.A. — continued. 

judged me fast asleep." — Act 
iii, sc. I. 
i860. 153 The Tuileries, June 20, 1792. 

They brought the Queen's 
children to her, in order that their 
presence, by softening the mob, 
might serve as a buckler to their 
mother. Tliey placed them in the 
depth of the window. They 
wheeled in front of this the Coun- 
cil table. Preserving a noble and 
becoming demeanour in this dread- 
ful situation, she held the Dauphin 
before her, seated upon the table. 
Madame was at her side. 

A young girl, of pleasing ap- 
pearance, and respectably attired, 
came forward and bitterly reviled 
in the coarsest terms VAittri- 
chienne. The Queen, struck by the 
contrast between the rage of this 
young girl and the gentleness of 
her face, said to her in a kind 
tone, " Why do you hate me ? 
Have I ever done you any in- 
jury?" " No, not to me," replied 
the pretty patriot, "but it is you 
who cause the misery of the 
nation." "Poor child!" replied 
the Queen, "someone has told 
you so, and deceived you. What 
interest can I have in making the 
people miserable? The wife of the 
King, mother of the Dauphin, I 
am a Frenchwoman in all the feel- 
ings of my heart as a wife and 
mother. I shall never again see 
my own country. I can only be 
happy or unhappy in France. I 
was hapiiy when you loved me." 
This gentle reproach affected the 
heart of the young girl, and her 
anger was effaced. She asked the 
Queen's pardon, saying, " I did 
not know you, but I see that you 
are good." 

1861. 87 Peace, 1651. "No longer hosts 
encount'ring hosts, etc." 
no Marie Antoinette in the 
Temple. 



We often went up to the tower, 
because my brother went there too 
from the other side : the only 
pleasure my mother enjoyed was 
seeing him through a chink, as he 
passed at a distance. She would 
watch at this chink for hours to- 
gether to see the child as he 
passed. It was her only hope, her 
only thought. 

363 " Men were deceivers ever." 
1862. 13? Invention of the combing ma- 
chine. 

This ingenious machine, now in 
general use in every silk, cotton, 
and woollen manufactory in 
Europe, which, to quote the words 
of Mr. Hawkshaw, acts with al- 
most the delicacy of touch of the 



human fingers, cost its inventor, 
Joshua Heilman, of Alsace, a 
considerable fortune in fruitless 
efforts to bring it to perfection. 

Disheartened and nearly desti- 
tute, he returned to his native 
place to visit his family, and whilst 
sitting by the fire, happening to 
turn round, perceived one of his 
daughters combing her hair, when 
an idea struck him. He had found 
that which was wanting, and to 
this simple incident was indebted 
for the perfecting his invention. 

Lucrezia Borgia. 
A nun. 



1863. 
1864. 



3H 

100 Within the convent walls. 

424 Excelsior. 

.38 

1S4 



1865. 138 "On the brink." 

1867. 1S4 "Stepping from the doorway 

that opened on the roof, 
the mistress of the mansion 
clapped her hands, and the 
neighbouring portion of that 
aerial population came flock- 
ing across the narrow bound- 
aries and low parapets of the 
housetops to listen to the 
tale of scandal just narrated 
to us, etc., etc." 

1868. 205 "Two women shall be grind- 

ing at the mill." 
235 Ishmael. 

1869. 95 Watching and waiting. 

164 Katherine and Petruchio. — 
"Taming of the Shrew." 

229 Home life in Algiers. 

395 Judith. 

462 Algerine Jewesses. 

823 A sketch from nature. 

879 John Simon, F.R.S., D.C.L., 
medical otificer of Her Ma- 
jesty's Council, and one of 
the surgeons of St. Thomas's 
Hospital. 

1870. 161 LouisXniandLouisQuatorze. 

When the little prince was 
brought to the King after his 
christening, the latter asked the 
child what was his name? "Louis 
Quatorze," was the precocious 
reply. " Not yet, my boy," ob- 
served his parent. 

336 There is no greater grief or 
misery than the remem- 
brance of our happy days. 

986 An Arab toilet. 

1871. 164 Lenoie. "Tramp! tramp! along 

the land they rode, etc." 
526 After the siesta — Algiers. 
1120 Judith and Holofernes. 

1872. 15 Across the fields. 

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1872. 255 Columbus at Porto Santo. "To 

him who thinks there are 
voices in stones, and hints 
of unknown worlds in chance 
seadrifts." 
367 Miss Elmore. 

1873. 282 After the expulsion. 

505 Saint Elizabeth of Hungary 
finds the crusader's cross in 
her husband's purse. " Ah, 
God! what's here? a new 
crusader's cross.'' 

1874. 327 Alice Bridgenorth and Julian 

Peveril. 
421 Mistress Hetty Lambert. — The 

Virginians. 
428 Wandering thoughts. 

1875. 211 Mary Queen of Scots and 

Christopher Norton at Bol- 
ton Castle. 

One day when the Queen of 
Scots, in winter, had been sitting 
at the window-side, knitting of a 
work — and after the board was 
covered, she rose and went to the 
fireside, and, making haste to have 
the work finished, would not lay 
it away, but worked at it the time 
she was warming of herself . . . 
called to me to hold her work, 
who was looking at my Lord 
Scrope and Sir Francis KnoUys 
playing at chess. I went, thinking 
I had deserved no blame, and that 
it should not have become me to 
have refused to do it, my Lady 
Scrope standing there, and many 
gentlemen in the chamber. . . . 
Two years later the poor youth 
was under the knife of the execu- 
tioner at Tyburn. 

344 Ophelia. 

1876. 50 A morning reverie. "In maiden 

meditation fancy free." 
201 "And Eugene Aram walked 

between with gyves upon his 

wrist, etc." 
482 A M'Zabi. " A hewer of wood 

and drawer of water." 
606 Ayesha. 

1877. 282 Mary Queen of Scots and Darn- 

ley at Jedburgh. 

Darnley, tired of hunting, and 
no longer able to withstand the 
entreaties of his friends, went to 
Jedburgh to see the Queen. She 
endeavoured to win him back to 
his duty and to more seemly ways, 
but it was in vain. He left on the 
morrow. 

1878. 233 Pompeii anno Domini 79. 

273 "Such tricks hath strong ima- 
gination." 
350 John Alden and Priscilla. 
" Archly the maiden smiled 
III. 



1878. 


930 


1879. 


40 




213 




367 


1880. 


169 




225 


LMO 

1877. 


RE, 

99 




233 


1878. 


253 




401 


1879. 


927 


1880. 


975 


1882. 


229 


188,3. 


555 


1885. 


.48 




916 


1887. 


8oi 



and with eyes overrunning 
with pleasure, etc." — Court- 
ship of Miles Standish. 
930 Marguerite. 

"Speak low, my lute! " 

A Greek ode. 

Sabrina. 

An Eastern bath. 

" We look before and after and 
pine for what is not." — 
Shelley. 

Miss Edith Painter. 

I, Si. Alban's Road. 
Study of fruit and flowers. 
Spring flowers. 
Narcissus and wallflower. 
Fruit and still life. 
Grapes and chrysanthemums. 
Study of fruit and flowers. 
Oranges and dates. 
Roses and plums. 
Marechal Niel roses and fruit. 
Fruit, flowers, and still life. 
Black grapes. 

ELMORE, Richard Painter. 

3, Colville Road, Bayswater. 
1867. 76 The watering place. 

85, Lansdowne Road. 
1885. II02 The cradle of the hills. 

ELMORE, T. J Painter. 

31, Devonshire Street. 

1848. 107 View in the Campagna of 

Rome. 

1849. 113 Fortress of Orvieto in the 

Roman states. 

ELMORE, T. W Painter. 

7, Calverley Place, 

Tunbridge Wells. 
1863. 332 On the road to Hurst wood 

near Tunbridge Wells. 
(/« the index T. IV. Elmore, but in the 
catalogue R. Elmore) 

ELMQUIST, Hugo Sculptor. 

9, Rue des Fourneaux, Paris. 
i8g8. 1957 Prayer; bust, marble. 

ELMSLIE, E. "W Architect. 

6, Endsleigh Street, 

Tavistock Square. 
1 84 1. 1002 Design for an entrance to a 
Royal Park. 

Carlton Chambers. 
1S43. 1 28 2 Museum of the Zoological So- 
ciety of London, Regent's 
Park. 

H 



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Elmslie, E. W. — continued. 

Great Malvern. 

1 86 1. 712 Hotel, Great Malvern. 

1862. 911 City and County Bank, Wor- 

cester. 
{See also Cope, Bales and Elmslie.) 

ELOUIS, H Miniature Painter. 

4, Bridges Street, 

Coveiit Garden. 

1785. 288 Portrait of a lady. 
302 do. do. 

33S Portrait of a gentleman. 
345 do. do. 

5, Great Pultney Street. 

1786. 24S Frame with seven miniatures. 

1787. 50 Mademoiselle Mozon in the 

ballet of Zemire and Azor. 
130 Portrait of an artist. 
313 Frame with three miniatures. 

ELPHINSTONE, Archibald H. 

Painter. 

125, IVesflm/rne Park Road. 
1894. 1473 Of days that are gone. 
43, Blenheim Crescent, 

Notting Hill. 
1898. 412 Towing into harbour disabled 
trawler. 
499 Miss Ferrars. 
1902. 4S5 The Broads, Norfolk. 
1904. 108 Britain's bulwarks. 

ELRINGTON, H. H Painter. 

37) Weymouth Street. 
1848. 265 Roman monument at Treves. 

ELSAM, R Architect. 

33, Duke Street, 

Manchester Square. 
1794. 628 Design for a gentleman's villa 
to be built. 
14, Mansion House Row, 

Lambeth. 

1796. 756 Design for a villa intended for 

Stowe, Suffolk. 
7, Parsonage Row, 

Newington Butts. 

1797. 1165 Design for a mausoleum. 
1799. 897 View of the south front of a 

villa intended for Stowe, 
Suffolk. 
1801. S53 Alterations to villa in Essex. 

940 Exterior of prison. Bury St. Ed- 
munds, Suffolk. 
946 Interior of prison. Bury St. 
Edmunds, Suffolk. 
21, Church Row, 

Neii'ington Butts. 
1803. 915 Seven designs of cottages. 



1803. 954 Temple sacred to Victory. 

1804. 869 Villa for J. Pettywood, Esq., 

Finborough Hall, Bury St. 

Edmunds. 
875 Design for the Naval pillar — 

one tree Hill, in Greenwich 

Park. 
945 Entrance to a prison, Bury St. 

Edmunds. 

1805. 671 Wilton Castle, Yorkshire, for 

J. Lowther, Esq., M.P. 
684 Marine pavilion at Walmer, for 

A. Gram, Esq. 
775 Wilton Castle, Yorkshire. 

1806. 921 New Church, Chertsey. 
932 do. do. 

1807. 975 Croydon Court House. 

1003 Mr. Baker's chateau, Tunbridge 

Wells. 
1076 Chertsey Church. 

ELSLEY, Arthur John Painter. 

1 1 , Angel Court, E. C. 
1878. 600 Portrait of an old pony. 
1880. 631 " Spring " and " Autumn." 

1884. 48 Students. 
711 "Bimba." 

1885. 892 Private and confidential. 
1002 Cousin Emm. 

1886. 613 Vere Fane Benett-Stanford, 

Esq. 
765 Romps. 

151, Gloucester Road, W, 

1887. 474 A stitch in time. 
635 Contemplation. 

1888. 51 Castles in the air. 
415 A challenge. 

7, North Bank, 

St. John's Wood. 

1890. 563 The bailiff's daughter of Is- 

lington. 
1043 An unwilling partner. 

1891. 657 Bob. 

1 1 56 Victims. 

1892. 135 "Don't!" 

1008 "I'se biggest!" 

1893. 516 A dead-heat. 

28, Finchley Road. 

1894. 911 "Wait a minute! " 

1895. 325 "Make haste!" 
484 Snapdragon. 

1896. 8 Soft persuasion. 
607 Motherly care. 
698 Pets. 

1897. 705 Chicks. 

1046 A tempting slide. 

1898. 463 Hard pressed. 
891 Breakers ahead. 

1899. 579 At Bay. 

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1899. 880 Jackie and Herbie, sons of 
Captain J. Medlicott Vere- 
ker. 

26, Queen's Road, N. JV. 

1901. 890 "Hold up!" 

1902. 533 Spring songs. 

712 " I sent a letter to my love." 

1903. 286 Ladies first. 
391 Golden hours. 

ELSWORTH, Alfred Painter. 

Ivy House, Aleanwood, Leeds. 
1903. 573 Spring day at Bolton Abbey. 

ELTON, A. H Painter. 

Clevedon Court, Bristol. 
1852. 1018 Sunset view at Leghorn. 
i^E. IV. Elton in catalogue?) 

ELTON, E Painter. 

15, Gloucester Place, 

New Road. 
18 1 4. 326 A Magdalen in Prayer. 

ELTON, Samuel J Painter. 

Darlington. 
1874. 251 On Mousehold Heath, Nor- 
wich. 
Westbrook Villas, Darlington. 

1884. 895 Purple Iris. 

ELTON, T. M Architect. 

5, Southampton Place. 
1837. 1 108 Garden front of a palace 
(Athenian). 

ELVEN, J. P Painter. 

5, Northumberland Court, 

Charing Cross. 

1788. 515 Venus and attendants. 

1789. 567 Tuition; a tinted sketch. 

1790. 511 The peasant's return. 

1791- 575 Scene in the "Follies of a 
Day." 

ELVEN, Van. See V. 

ELWELL, Frank E Sculptor. 

■ 6, North Avenue, Cambridge, 
U.S.A. 

1885. 2007 "Acqua viva"; water boy of 

Pompeii; statue, bronze. 

ELWELL, Fred Painter. 

9, Rue Campagne Premiere, 

Montparnasse, Paris. 
1895. 419 Dolls. 

509 Disgraced. 



ELWELL, Frederick W Painter. 

Park Cottage, Beverley, 

Yorkshire. 

1903. 464 Reflections. 

656 His daughter's legacy. 

1904. 919 Mrs. M. U. Holmes. 

ELWES, Miss Eleanor M. 

Miniature Painter. 
35, Baring Road, Lee. 
1903. 1302 Nelly. 

ELWIN, Mrs. Emma Painter. 

Sunninghili Lodge, Staines, 

Berks. 
1879. 273 Still life. 

1009 Miss Elwin. 

ELWIN, Fountain Sculptor. 

Bolton Studios, Redcliffe Road. 
18S7. 1835 Serjeant Charles Fletcher; bust. 

ELY, John Architect. 

24, Brazenose St., Manchester. 
1893. 1583 Ashby Folville Manor, Leices- 
tershire. 
{See also Salomons and Ely.) 

EMANUEL, Frank Lewis... Painter. 

60, Bedford Gardens. 
1888. 163 Italy in England. 
217 Calliope. 

1890. 173 Edged tools. 

1891. 970 Down Channel. 

1893. 1440 An old Cornishman. 

1894. 1461 Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Emanuel. 
1897. 908 A little Normandy village. 
1899. 1S7 In Kensington Gardens. 

I go I. 243 The old Dock, Tenby. 

1450 The Precincts of St. Bartholo- 
mew's, E.C. 

EMBE, Von der K. See V. 

EMDEN, William Architect. 

8, Adam Street, Adelphi. 
1875. 1019 St. James's Hall. 

EMDIN, G. Miniature Painter. 

18, Fleet Street. 

1817. 827 Portrait of himself. 

181 8. S09 Mr. J. Emdin. 

EMERSON, C. E Painter. 

35, London Street. 
1872. 820 Loch of the Lows, Dunkeld, 
Perthshire. 

15, IVeymouth Street. 
1874. 844 Evening reflections — Llyn Di- 
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Emerson, C. E. — continued. 
1S75. 722 Borrowdale. 
1876. 630 Elter Water, Langdale. 

EMERSON, Ernest Architect. 

8, The Sanctuary, Westminster. 
1 90 1. 1667 New stables at Oakover, Tice- 

hurst. 
1903. 1501 New stabling at Oakover, Tice- 
hurst. 



402 
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4' 



EMERSON, William Painter. 

21, Oxenden Street. 
Signor Chabran. 
Portrait of a student. 

6, Percy Street, St. Pancras. 
A study. 

Madame Venables. 
25, Charles Street, 

Gosivell Street Road. 
103 A portrait. 

6, Cursitor Street, 
Chancery Lane. 

116 The young soldier. 
479 A boy with a mask. 

5, Dyer's Buildings, Holborn. 
202 Portrait of a gentleman. 
50, Gloucester Street, 

Queen's Square. 
334 A portrait. 

1 6, Old Millman Street. 
367 The Morning Post. 
526 The toilet. 
245 A portrait. 
391 A cottage girl. 
365 The Canary bird. 

440 Boy with a triangle. 

441 An orange girl. 

1830. 365 The flower girl. 

441 Madame Delia Torre. 

1 83 1. 512 The gleaner. 

7, Great Orchard Row, 

Wahvorth. 

1832. 143 A boy at breakfast. 

226 Portrait of a young lady. 

1833. 954 The conchologist. 

1834. 385 Meditation. 
393 The apple girl. 

4, Manor Place, Walworth. 

1838. 337 A portrait. 

1839. 464 Portrait of a lady. 

138, Aldersgate Street. 

1842. 107 Portrait of a little girl. 

34, Redcross St., Cripplegate. 

1843. 1 58 Meditation. 

EMERSON, William Architect. 

I, Westminister Chambers. 
1870. 770 Crawford Market fountain, 
Bombay. 



1817. 
1818. 

1819. 

1820. 



1821. 



1822. 
1823. 

1824. 



1825. 

1826. 
1827. 
1828. 

1829. 



1870. 



1871. 
1872. 



1873- 



776 

777 

793 
942 

i'77 
1231 

1 144 
11S8 



1874. 1089 



View of the Taj-Mahal, Agra. 

Chancel of Girgaum church, 
Bombay. 

Allahabad Cathedral, 
do. choir. 

Mahommedan University, Alla- 
habad. 

Mosaics, Basilica of Santa 
Maria Maggiore at Rome. 

Berlin Houses of Parliament. 

Interior, St. Maria at Lugano, 
etc. 

Convocation Hall of Allaha- 
bad University. 

Bombay Markets. 

Quadrangle of Muir College, 
Allahabad University. 

St. Mary's Church, Brighton, 
do. do. do. 

Library, Muir College, Allaha- 
bad University. 

The Takhtsingji Hospital, 
Bhavanager, India. 

St. Mary's Church, Brighton. 
8, Sanctuary, Westminster. 

Liverpool Cathedral. 

Houses, Queen's Gate, Kens- 
ington. 

Design, South Kensington 
Museum. 

Cathedral, Lucknow. 

Clarence Memorial Wing, St. 
Mary's Hospital. 

Palace for His Highness the 
Maharajah of Bhaunagar. 

Hamilton House, Employer's 
Liability Assurance. 

Royal Caledonian Orphan 
Asylum, Bushey. 



EMERY, J Painter. 

Covent Garden Theatre. 

1 80 1. 43 A seapiece. 
44 do. 

1802. 285 A View of Dover pierhead and 

Shakespeare's cliff from the 
bay. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1 803. 689 A View of Calais Harbour from 

the quays. 
695 A View of Hull from the 
Humber. 

1804. 450 A View of the Rock point 

near Liverpool. 
453 View of part of the town of 

Liverpool after sunset. 
1807. 468 A View from Brighton Beach. 
560 Portrait of a horse. 
566 A View from the parade, 

Liverpool. 





1096 




1 201 


1877. 


1 144 




1175 


1878. 


1056 


1879. 


1113 




1172 


1888. 


.85; 


I89I. 


1854 


1893. 


1618 




1644 


1896. 


159S 




1628 


igoi. 


1582 




1584 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



53 



1808. 232 Portrait of a painter. 

259 do. an Irish mare. 
365 A cottage on the north shore, 
Liverpool. 

181 1. 129 Sea view. 
130 do. 

478 View of Tynemouth Castle, 
Northumberland ; taken 
from the Herd Sand, South 
Shields. 

1812. 242 Portrait with the interior of a 

smith's shop, from nature. 
756 VieW' of Brighton from the 
beach — evening. 
1817. S60 View of the North Pierhead and 
Lighthouse, Sunderland. 

EMERY, J Sculptor. 

14, North Street, ]Vest minster, 
1849. 1245 The flower girl; model for a 
garden figure. 

1852. 1339 The three chief virtues. 

1394 The batsman; an electrotyped 
sketch. 

1853. 1315 The convalescent; a model in 

plaster. 

24, Harringtori Street. 
1865. 9S8 The late Lord Hatherton; 
statuette. 

EMES, John Painter. 

I, North Street, 

Upper Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 

1790. 507 General view of the Lake at 

Combermere Abby, the seat 
of Sir Robert Cotton, Bart., 
in the County of Cheshire. 

573 View in the park at Hawkstone, 
the seat of Sir Richard Hill, 
Bart., in the County of Salop. 

593 View of part of the lake at Com- 
bermere Abbey, the seat of 
Sir Robert Cotton, Bart., in 
the County of Cheshire. 

626 View in the park at Hawk- 
stone, etc. 

665 View of Combermere Abby, 
etc. 

1 79 1. 35 View of the northern reach of 

the lake of Keswick, and 
part of Skiddaw from Foe 
part, Cumberland. 

249 View in Langdale, with Bow- 
fell and Langdale Pikes in 
the distance, Westmore- 
land. 

415 View of Skiddaw and the lake 
of Keswick from Castle 
Crag. 



EMLYN, Henry Architect. 

Windsor. 

1785. 626 Design for a lodge, wherein a 

new order of architecture is 

introduced. 

1800. 1072 Design for an entrance to a 

castle. 

EMMANUEL. See Davis and Em- 
manuel, vol. ii, page 270. 

EMMERSON, Henry H Painter. 

Chester le Street, co. Durham. 
1851. 384 The Village tailor. 

Regent Street, Chelsea. 

1853. 1299 Scotch Kale. 

86, Netvman Street. 

1854. 40 The pets. 

201 The new suit. 

255 Mrs. John Sheffield and child. 
1097 The hamlet's pride. 

3, Monpellier Square. 

1855. 174 The wild flower. 
203 Flora; a study. 
589 A study. 

639 Odd or even. 

Whickham, Gateshead-on- Tyne. 
1S56. 51 Portrait. 

457 Meggy and her donkey. 
1 1 89 Wedding, at a register-office. 
1203 Sketching. 

Prospect House, Ebechester, 

near Neivcas tie-on- Tyne. 

1857. 419 Boy reading. 
1039 Pensive thoughts. 

1078 " Gabriel, be of good cheer, 
for if we love one another, 
nothing in truth can harm 
us whatever mischances 
may happen." — Long/el lore. 
Stackfield Cottage, Bytoell-on- 
Tyiie, near Ne7ocastle. 

1858. 200 The maid of Derwent. 

256 Going to market. 

1859. 5 Going with the harvest — 10 

o'clock. 

268 Gamekeeper's daughter — twi- 
light. 

410 Bywell-on-Tyne — sunset. 
i860. 230 Ploughing at Stacksfield. 

559 The critics. 

1861. 311 Dinnertime. 
626 The bait seeker. 

1862. 75 "Gie me a cannie hour at 

e'en." 

1863. 27 Bed time. 

1864. 115 Early breakfast. 

Cullcrcoats, near Tynemouth. 

1866. 210 The sick boy. 

1867. 194 Sir Joshua and his models. 



54 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Emmerson 
1867. 366 

1870. 307 

443 

1871. 1087 

1872. 217 
281 



1873- '45 

+75 



, Henry H. — continued. 

Persuasion better than force. 

Good luck. 

"This is my house, and this 
my little wife, etc." 

A foreign invasion. 

The first bathe. 

Trespassers. 

Tosson Tower, Rothhury, 

Morpeth. 

The farmer's daughter. 

The Branks. 

John Willis of Ipswich, upon 
his oath said that he, the de- 
ponent, was in Newcastle six 
months ago, and there saw one 
Anne Bidlestone drove through 
the streets by an officer of the 
same corporation, holding a rope 
(or chain) in his hand, the other 
end fastened to an ingin, called 
the Branks, which is like a crown, 
it being of iron, which was muz- 
zled over the head and face with 
a great gap or tongue of iron 
forced into her mouth, and this is 
the punishment which the magis- 
trates do inflict upon chiding and 
scolding women. 

The widow. 

Cannon-testing at sea. 

Poor thing! 

The calf yard. 

" Maiden meditation fancy 

free." 
The pot of berries. 
" Oh let the soul her slumbers 

break, etc." 

32, Campden Grove. 
Wool gathering. 
Roses. 

" When the kye come hame." 
16, John Street, 

Cullercoats, Neivcastle. 
Geese. 
Edith. 
Bereaved. 
The harvest hymn. 
The shepherd's family. 



EMMETT, Captain Sculptor. 

(.'\n Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1852. 13S2 Statuette. 

EMMETT, John Thomas. ..Architect. 

1 1 , Beaufort Buildings. 
1846. 1 166 Congregational church at Hol- 
loway. 

EMMS, John Painter. 

16, Earl's Court Gardens. 

1866. 455 The birds-nester. 

1867. 457 The fate of the village jackdaw. 





1056 


1874. 


5'4 


i«75- 


33 




120 


1877. 


15 




606 


1878. 


532 


1879. 


18 




799 




827 


1886. 


4"; 


1888. 


II92 


1889. 


767 


1890. 


1002 


1893. 


6.3 



23, Milne r Street, Chelsea. 
1868. 643 Pigeons. 

Lyndhurst, Hants. 
1872. 991 Granny's cares. 
1024 Nellie. 

1875. 87 Foxhound whelps. 

Denny wood. New Forest. 

1876. 960 Denny wood, New Forest. 

1877. 109 Foxhounds on the benches. 
369 Dreaming of the chase. 

523 A sure find. 

1878. 228 Cubs playing. 
463 Gone away. 

1880. 165 Hounds at rest. 

2, Trafalgar Studios. 

1882. 362 Clumber kennels. 

1883. 704 Exercising the young ones. 

1884. 248 The return to the monastery. 

47, Leicester Square. 

1885. 4S9 The master's hack. 
724 Their evening song. 

Lyndhurst, Hants. 

1888. 530 His Lordship's favourites. 

1889. 1198 Digging out. 
1894. 1S8 Friends in need. 

1899. 135 Hours of Idleness. 

1900. 56 Hawking. 

1902. 492 After a morning cubbing. 

1903. 232 On the banks of the Boyne. 

EMPSON, J. F Medalist. 

1820. 981 Apollo Belvidere. Impression 
from a medal die. 

EMPTMEYER, Clement ... Sculptor. 

371, City Road. 

1883. 1656 Thomas Carlyle. 
1662 John Ruskin. 

Clemens Emptmeyer, 

10, Ashchurch Park Villas. 
1888. 1947 Jubilee medal struck by order 
of H.M. the Queen. 

EMSLEY, Walter Painter. 

Park Road, Bus hey. 
1896. 308 Cornish Cottages. 

Grosvefior Chambers, 

Deansgate, Manchester. 

1899. 921 The old shed. 

1900. 872 The mill. 

EMSLIE, Alfred Edward, A.R.W.S. 





47, Gray's Lnn Road. 


1869. 


467 Detained. 


1875- 


593 An idle time. 




785 Compulsory Education. 


1877. 


671 The phrenologist. 


1878. 


647 An autumn walk. 


I88I. 


587 A sunny afternoon. 




924 Binding sail after a gale. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



55 



1882. 106 Spring. 

170 The squirrel. 

498 The harvest field. 

563 Mrs. F. WiUey. 

1525 A frosty morning. 

1883. 66 The morning visit. 

418 Harvest field, Leicestershire. 

562 Boats coming in. 

864 Lost. 

865 Found. 

39, Oakley Crescent. 

1884. 210 Solitude. 

444 Early Spring. 

510 After rain. 

607 Mother and son. 

1 171 Waiting for father. 



1885. 



1886. 



1887. 



1889. 



1890. 



1891, 



1608 Morning after the storm. 

Crohn?!! Road, Croydon. 
331 The end of winter. 
1047 A Vision. " For when the 
morn came dun and sad, 
etc."— 7: Hood. 
1 179 Christmastime. 

44a, Maddox Street. 
187 Daisy. 

479 Ernest, son of W. Mather, Esq., 
M.P. 
Florence, daughter of W. 

Mather, Esq., M.P. 
Samuel Crompton inventing 

the spinning mule. 
M. H. Watson, Esq. 
The old home. 
Mrs. E. Mudie. 

34, Finchky Road. 
Louis E. Montennis. 
425 Isabel, daughter of Capt. E. W. 

Tisdall. 
990 " And on earth peace, good 

will toward men." 
1112 Hannah's yearly visit to Samuel. 
17, North Audley Street. 
51 Professor J. J. Sylvester, 

D.C.L., LL.D. 
316 Mrs. Loder and children. 
344 " Forbid them not, for of such 
is the Kingdom of Heaven." 
595 John Griffiths, Esq. 
616 Miss Ethel Knowles. 
1 196 Henry Dunckley, LL.D. 
1227 The Rev. James Martineau, 

D.D., etc. 
320 The Rev. Robert Phelps, D.D. 
505 Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Beeton 

and family. 
683 The Rev. Thomas Sadler, 
Ph.D. 

1 2, Melina Place, N. W. 
24 " Lead, kindly light." 
123 June. 



600 

655 

566 
875 



142 



1891. 495 Miss Anna Swanwick. 

760 The Countess of Aberdeen. 
1 146 Walter Besant, Esq. 

1892. 166 Mr.s. Walter Heape. 
263 The Misses Hadrill. 
914 Absent yet present. 



1893. 


465 


Mrs. '1'. Duff. 


1895- 


1712 


The awakening. 

Otford, Sevenoaks, Kent. 


1896. 


877 


Mrs. Edward Beauchamp and 
son. 


IS97. 


627 


Love amongst the roses. 


EMSLIE, 


Mrs. Alfred Edward 


(Rosalie 


VI.) Miniature Painter. 






I 7, North Audley Street. 


1889. 


132S 


The gardener's daughter. 

12, Melina Place. 


1891. 


1219 


Farewell, Summer! 




1287 


"One, two, three." 


1893. 


1285 


Miss Wilson. 




1286 


H. R. Beeton, Esq. 




1287 


Rosalie Emslie. 


1894. 


1243 


Dorothy, daughter of A. P. 
Ledward, Esq. 




1244 


Portrait of a lady. 




1245 


Henry Watson, Esq. 

Otford, Sevenoaks. 


1896. 


■337 


Portrait of a lady. 




1338 


Mrs. Marcus B. Huish. 


1897. 


1431 


Miss Oakes. 




1503 


Hilda, daughter of H. Sharp, 
Esq. 


1898. 


1415 


Miss Rose Lancaster. 




1416 


Mrs. Grant and child. 




1417 


Miss How. 




1418 


A. L., Esq. 




1419 


Daisy, daughter of Morland 
Agnew, Esq. 




1420 


T. Allan, Esq. 


1899. 


1427 


Roger, son of Roger Cunliffe, 
Esq. 




1428 Gwendolyn, daughter of Sir 






Rupert Clarke, Bart. 




1429 


Vera, daughter of Edmund 
Taperell, Esq. 




1430 


Lady Craik. 




1431 


Miss M. and Miss R. Byrnes. 




1432 


Miss Fairfax Rhodes. 




1433 


Mrs. Rathbone. 




•434 


Captain Herbert W. Christian. 


1 900. 


1396 Evelyn and Marian, daughters 






of D. Croal Thomson, Esq. 




'397 


Mrs. Wilson. 




139S Lady Isabella Howard. 




1399 


Miss N. K. 




1400 


Esmd Helen, daughter of 
Major L. Drummond. 




1401 


Mrs. Longman. 




1402 


Ernest Hoskins, Esq. 



56 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Emslie, Mrs. Alfred Edward (Rosalie 
M .) — continued. 

1 90 1. 1257 The late William Ernest 

Mather, Esq. 

1258 Mrs. Thomas Hardy. 

1259 Miss Hilda Krabbe. 

1260 Mrs. George Labouchere Hill- 

yer. 

1 26 1 Ethel, daughter of Sir David 

Salomons, Bart. 

1262 Stewart Albert, son of L. 

Samuel Montague, Esq. 

1263 Helen Elsie, daughter of Ernest 

G. Brown, Esq. 

1902. 1094 Maude, daughter of Sir David 

Salomons, Bart. 

1095 Frank, son of the late Captain 

J. F. Fisher, R.A. 

1096 Portrait of a lady. 

1097 Mrs. Lewis Powell. 

109S George Lillie Craik, Esq. 
1099 Mrs. Samuel Pipkin. 

7, Rossetti Studios, Chelsea. 

1903. iioS Lydia, daughter of C. Banks, 

Esq. 
1 109 Rose, daughter of Sir William 

Dalby. 
mo Lizzie, daughter of S. Smith, 

Esq. 
iiii Arthur Leigh, son of Arthur 

Ashton, Esq. 

11 12 Mrs. William Brooks. 

11 13 William Brooks, Esq. 

1 1 14 Alfred Francis Hope, son of 

Alfred Lys Baldry, Esq. 

Otford, Sevenoaks. 

{Laurence John, son of George 
Cadbury, Esq. 
Mrs. Sautiders. 
Mrs. Ayre. 

EMSLIE, John Phillipps Painter. 

47, Gray's Inn Road. 
1877. 1392 Vestibule of the British Mu- 
seum. 
1880. 1500 Summer afternoon — Dunmcer, 
Bodmin. 

ENDERBY, Samuel G Painter. 

125, St. George's Road. 
1886. 369 A study. 

Nc7i'/yn, Penzance. 
1891. 322 Entangled. 
1894. 44 "Seventy years ago, my dar- 
ling, seventy years ago." 
236 Kittie; portrait. 

Sa, Clarevillc Grove. 
1896. 430 Marie, daughter of Stephen 
Robinson, Esq. 
1004 Miss Suzanne Green. 



1896. 1008 Miss Blanche Green. 

1897. 67 Miss Eleanor Devitt. 

31, St. James's Square, 

Holland Park. 

1900. 165 Cupid guarding Psyche. See 

the "Golden Ass" of Apu- 
leius, book iv, episode v. 
1904. 405 Madame Albanesi. 

623 Miss Gertrude Hunt. 

ENFIELD, Henry Painter. 

The Park, Nottingham. 

1872. 713 Icebound in the Baltic in May, 

1871. 

Standard Hill, Nottingham. 

1873. ^^ Unsettled weather in the north 

sea. 

1874. 977 A Northerly breeze. 

49, Radnor Street, Chelsea. 

1877. 411 A bit of thunder squall coming. 

1878. 49 Seine: stone barges going up 

with the tide. 
342 Salt-Water marsh near Tanker- 
ville on the Seine. 

3, Radnor Street. 
1S80. 159 In dock at Trouville. 
1882. 777 On the Sands. 

57, Bedford Gardens. 
1893. 82 Winter on the Maas, Holland. 
6, Park Valley, Nottingham. 
1904. 319 Gudvangen, Norway. 

ENFIELD, Miss Mary P. 

Miniature Painter, 

Bramcote, near Nottingham. 

1892. 1339 Richard Enfield, Esq. 
1340 Edith; a portrait. 

1893. 1289 " Brown eyes." 
1895. iiiS A rat catcher. 

1 146 Mrs. Francis Enfield. 
1899. 1264 Geoffrey, son of Frederick 
Kerr, Esq. 

1901. 13S1 The sunny side of sixty. 

ENGEL, J Sculptor. 

25, Castle St., Leicester Square. 
1840. 1152 Bust of a gentleman. 
1844. 1236 Ivory crucifix. "He to ap- 
pease Thy wrath, etc." 
13S3 Bust of the late Mr. Colnaghi. 
1S45. i3r8 Hymen; a small statue in 
ivory. 
1320 Cupid; a small statue in ivory. 
1411 Bust of Mr. W. G. Rogers the 
carver. 
1846. 1429 The Hours bringing the horses 
to the chariot of Apollo; 
part of a frieze. — Ovid's 
Aletamorphoses. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



57 



1847. 1385 The Hours bringing the horses 
to the chariot of Apollo. 
" Soon as the father saw the 
rosy morn, etc." 

ENGEL, Joseph Sculptor. 

1 7, Burton Crescent. 
1888. 1927 Innocence: the chase; group, 
marble. 
193 1 Innocence lost : after the chase ; 

group, marble. 
2066 The Birth of Eve ; statue, 
marble. 

ENGLAND, J Architect. 

76, Charlotte Street, 

Fort/and Place. 
1790. 60+ Perspective of a design for a 
church. 
21, South Street, 

Manchester Square. 

1792. 679 Design for a church. 

1793. 721 View of chalk farm, near 

Hampstead. 
76S View at Kilburn — evening. 

1794. 612 A design for a temple of the 

earth for lecturing on the 
different phenomena of 
nature ; but more particu- 
larly that of the heavens : its 
external form representing 
the terrestrial, and its in- 
ternal that of the celestial 
globe. 
614 A View of St. Giles's church. 

ENGLEFIELD, Arthur Painter. 

St. Albans. 
1892. 1050 Happy thoughts. 

5, St. Alichael's Square, 

Gloucester. 

1895. 630 Mrs. Arthur Englefield. 

1896. 731 Mrs. Firmin Cuthbert. 

The Cottage, Cromwell Street, 
Gloucester. 

1897. 1236 Cottages near Haselor. 

1898. 832 The duet. 

Melville, Weston Road, 

Gloucester. 
1 90 1. I Stocks. 

1903. 1295 Portrait of a lady. 

Longford Lodge, Gloucester. 

1904. 9:75 Lilac. 
1105 Thursa. 

ENGLEFIELD, Sir Harry Charles, 

Bart Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1787. 4S9 View in Dove Dale. 
III. 



1787. 576 View of the Waterfall at Melin- 

court, Glamorganshire. 
1789. ?57 Waterfall of Melincourt, near 
Neath, Glamorganshire. 

ENGLEHEART, Miss Catherine. 
See Mrs. Amyot, vol. i, page 31. 

ENGLEHEART, George. 

Miniature Painter. 
Kew Green, Surrey. 

1773. 94 View of the Royal Villa, late 

the Princess Dowager's, at 
Kew. 
95 Portrait of a child; miniature. 
362 Landscape, with cattle. 
Shepherd Street, 

ILanover Square. 

1774. S2 Portrait of Lady Viscountess 

Townsend; miniature. 

83 Portrait of Sir Roger Mostyn. 
Princes St., LLanover Square, 
ly-j^. 116 Portrait of a gentleman; minia- 
ture. 

117 do. do. 

iiS Portrait of a child in the char- 
acter of Cupid. 

1776. loi A family; in miniature. 

1777. 118 A portrait of a lady; in minia- 

ture. 

1778. 104 A fancy picture; in miniature. 

4, Hertford Street, Mayfair. 

1783. 295 Frame, with three portraits. 
333 do. do. 

1784. 262 do. do. 

277 Portrait of a child; whole 
length. 
1786. 293 Frame, with six miniatures. 

1788. 304 Portrait of a lady. 

321 do. gentleman. 

329 do. young lady. 

1789. 313 Portrait of His Majesty. 
(Miniature-Painter to His Majesty.) 

1790. 304 Portrait of a gentleman. {3fr. 

Bate Dudley.) 
1794. 505 Portraits of a lady and her two 
daughters. 

1798. 345 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
407 do. gentleman. 

499 do. young lady. 

737 do. young gentleman. 

1799. 491 A portrait of Captain Sir T. B. 

Thompson of the Leander. 
1806. 668 Portraits of Admiral Hamilton, 
Mrs. R. Shawe, Captain W. 
Brown, Mr. J. Eraser, Mr. 
A. Warner, Mr. Lucas, Mr. 
Munden, and Mr. W. Pow- 
den. 

I 



58 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Engleheart, George — continued. 

1807. S31 Six portraits: Mr. Plowden, 

General Don, Mr. G. Wilson, 
Mr. F. Barwell, Mr. H. Bar- 
well and Mr. C. Barwell. 

1808. 805 A frame containing the por- 

traits of Col. Kyd, Bengal 
Engineers; Lord Aboyne; 
Hon. E. S. Cowper, M.P.; 
Lord H. Petty, M.P.; Mr. 
J. Holloway, Rev. Mr. Dall- 
away, Mr. P. S. Munn and 
Mr. Walsh. 

1809. 610 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
653 The Rev. Mr. Yates. 

635 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

1 810. 613 A frame containing six minia- 

tures; portraits of Mr. Bar- 
clay, Dr. Knighton, Mr. 
Rogers, and three gentlemen. 

181 1. 599 A frame containing the por- 

traits of Lord Erskine, Mrs. 
Curties, Master Morris, Sir 
Christopher Robinson, Vice- 
Admiral Campbell, ALP., 
Hon. Mr. Quin, M.P., Mr. 
Perkins, Hon. Capt. Cocks 
of the 14th Light Dragoons. 
1S12. 568 A frame containing eight por- 
traits, viz., Miss Johnson, 
Hon. Capt. A. Cochrane, 
R.N., Capt. Lillicrap, R.N., 
Capt. Kneller, Mrs. Rucker, 
Mr. C. Raikes, Rev. Dr. 
Curties, Mr. E. Rundell. 

ENGLEHEART, J Sculptor. 

Foot Lane, Richmond, Surrey. 
1783. 277 Portrait in wax. 

ENGLEHEART, John Cox Dillman. 
Miniature Painter. 

Hertford Street, Mayfair. 

1801. 45; Portrait of a lady. 

783 do. gentleman. 

13, Sheppard Street. 

1802. 586 Portrait of a gentleman. 

824 Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man. 

1804. 793 Portraits of an artist, Mr. 

R. Young and Miss Engle- 
heart. 

1805. 397 Portraits of the four sons of 

J. Wolley, Esq., of Birming- 
ham. 
418 Portrait of the Rev. H. White 
of Lichfield. 

1806. 667 Portrait of the Rev. J. Smith 

of Birmingham. 
767 Mrs. Marten. 



1807. 848 D. Engleheart, Esq. 

866 Portrait of a gentleman. 

88, Newman Street. 

1808. 786 A frame containing the por- 

traits of Lord Blayney, Miss 
Price, the children of — 
CoUard, Esq., of Cowley, 
near Cheltenham, Rev. Sir 
C. Anderson, Bart., and L. 
Reilly, Esq. 

1809. 704 Frame containing the portraits 

of the infant daughter of 
Lieut. -Col. Gordon, W. 
Albert, Esq., W. F. Gardner, 
Esq., Mrs. R. Robinson, C. 
Seager, Esq., and the cele- 
brated Miss J- Cramer, in the 
character of Cheerfulness, 
from Collins's ode on the 
Passions. 

1 8 10. ';96 Portraits of D. Britten and W. 

Miller, Esq. 
67S Frame containing the portraits 
of the Hon. Mr. and Mrs. 
Fitzroy Stanhope, W. France, 
Esq., E. Du Bois, Esq., and 
an allegorical subject. 

181 1. 615 Portrait of a lady. 
617 do. do. 

6:16 A frame containing the por- 
traits of Miss H. Creswell, 
E. H. Baillie, Esq., J. 
Madox, Esq., and a lady, 
and Psyche borne by zephyrs 
from the mountain. 

181 2. i;6o A frame containing the por- 

traits of B. Hobhouse, Esq., 
M.P., Miss Salvin, Mrs. 
Britten, Mr. F. B. Grant, 
Mr. Harrington, Mr. J. Pur- 
ton, a lady, and gentleman. 

1813. 476 Portraits of Mr. Tighlman, Rt. 

Hon. Viscount Jocelyn, Mrs. 
Fisher, Mrs. Stewart, Dr. 
Latham, Mrs. Russell, and 
R. De Lisle, Esq. "Then 
April with her sister May, 
etc." — Cozvper. 

1814. 377 Portraits of the Comte d'Alais, 

son of the Duke de Castries, 
Miss Hall, Count Rios, 
brother to His Excellency 
the Spanish Ambassador, 
Miss Bulkely, A. Baillie, 
Esq., H. Varelst, Esq., 
Lieut. -Col. King, 82nd Regi- 
ment, and G. Engleheart, 
Esq. 

1815. 550 I'Vame containing the portraits 

of the Hon. Miss Curzon, 



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59 



1815. 724 



1816. 628 



634 



1817. 670 



1818. 682 



1819. 



1820. 



1821. 



8 24 
917 



1823. 



692 

735 

783 
795 
802 



813 

827 
856 



645 

675 
685 
688 
889 
891 
640 

653 
654 
663 

675 
676 

714 



E. Walpole, Esq., a son of 
Sir C. Morgan, Bart., and 
the daughter of Herodias. 

Frame containing portraits of 
the Hon. T. Erskine, Mrs. 
H. Johnstone, a lady in the 
costume of Rubens' wife, 
and Miss (Iresk-y. 

Frame containing portraits of 
Mrs. Huntly, G. Tuffnell, 
Esq., Coldstream Guards, 
Hon. Mrs. VVestley and a 
lady. 

Frame containing portraits of 
E. Peters, Esq., 7th Hussars, 
Hon. Mrs. Fitzroy Stanhope, 
J. Britten, Esq., and Capt. 
Hyde Parker. 

Portraits of the Rev. H. 
Hutton, the Hon. T. Cov- 
entry, F. Page Turner, Esq., 
and three ladies. 

Frame containing portraits of 
— Denny, Esq., Mrs. 
Keane, and a groupe of 
children. 

Frame containing portraits of 
Major and Mrs. Govenham. 

Portraits of P. Delabaud, Esq., 
Miss Benyon, — Parkes, 
Esq., a lady, J. Tyrrell, Esq., 
Major-General Sir J. Keane, 
K.C.B., and the Hon. P. 
Pleydell Bouverie. 

J. Wrench, Esq. 

J. G. Children, Esq., of the 
British Museum. 

Major By. 

Mrs. Wrench. 

Mr. Macready of Covent 
Garden Theatre in the 
character of Richard HI. 
" The murder 's doing." 

— Cherry, Esq. 
Chas. Barker, Esq. 
Mrs. By. 

70, B enters Street. 
Portraits of three sisters. 
F. Baker, Esq., and family. 
H. H. Oddie, Esq. 
Rev. Dr. Frewin. 
Mrs. David Barclay. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
Mrs. Alexander Baillie. 
J. Orde, Esq. 
Portrait of a lady. 

— - Campbell, Esq. 
Mrs. Campbell. 
D. Barclay, Esq. 

Lady Elizabeth Drummond. 



1826. 



1823. 750 Mrs. Devon. 
802 C. Hoare, Esq. 

806 Portrait of a gentleman. 
848 Lady Granville Somerset. 
859 H. Porcher, Esq., M.P. 
894 C. Devon, Esq. 
908 A. R. Drummond, Esq. 

1824. 583 Hon. Mrs. Milles. 

683 Portrait of a gentleman. 

728 Hon. G. J. Milles. 

729 Mrs. T. Perry. 

738 Mr. Macready of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 

739 Portrait of a lady. 
754 T. Perry, Esq. 
768 A. H. Eyre, Esq. 

7, Upper Berkeley Street, 

Portman Square. 

1825. 589 The Earl of Carysfort. 
610 George Lucy, Esq., M.P. 
625 Rev. Archdeacon Eyre. 
653 Countess of Carysfort. 
639 Rev. D. Fisher. 

742 The Lady of G. Lucy, Esq., 

M.P. 
772 The lady of C. B. Curtis, Esq. 
S02 C. G. Graves, Esq. 
600 F. W. T. Drake, Esq. 
609 Mrs. Wall. 
747 Portrait of a Peeress. 
752 Alexander Reid, Esq., of the 

Bengal Civil Service. 
768 The lady of Thomas Sterling 

Benson, Esq. 
771 Henry Dawes, Esq. 
774 Portrait of a lady. 

75) Upper Berkeley Street. 
710 Portraits of two daughters of 

Jesse Watts Russell, Esq. 
712 Miss Jennings. 
714 Hon. Mrs. Proby. 
831 The Hon. Granville Leveson 

Proby, M.P., Captain R.N. 
S46 Portrait of a lady. 

7, Mortimer Street. 
1828. 75; F. Lyttelton HoUyoak, Esq. 

ENGLEHEART, Thomas. ..Sculptor. 

Little Carrington St., Mayfair. 
96 Busto of a gentleman. ( Thomas 
Fluelling of H.M. Board of 
Works.) 
A bust; a model. 
Three models in wax. 

4, Old Bond Street. 
Three portraits ; models in 
wax. 
100 Two portraits; models in wax. 

119 A medal in wax. 

120 A small bust, ditto. 



1827. 



1773- 



1774- 



8+ 
85 



1775- "S 



1776. 
1777. 



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Engleheart, Thomas — continued. 

1778. 102 A small bust in wax. 
103 Three medallions ; do. 

28, St. James's Street. 

1779. Sg A model in wax. 

1780. 294 Portrait of a lady; model in 

wax. 
295 Portrait of a gentleman ; model 
in wax. 

Richmond, Surrey. 
1786. 370 Portrait in wax. 

ENGLEHEART, William P. S. 

Miniature Painter. 

7, Shepherd Street, Alayfair. 
1801. 758 Portrait of a lady. 

ENOCH, G Architect. 

4, New Basinghall Street. 
1850. 1163 Garden front of a design for a 
Gothic Villa. 
1165 Entrance front of a design for 
a Gothic Villa. 
The Hall, Grove Lane, 

Caml)erivell. 
1852. 1169 Elevation: Villa at Dover. 

ENTHOVEN, Miss Julia .. Painter. 

The Gable House, Sydenham. 
1889. 1035 Poppies. 

EPINAY, D', Count Prosper. See D, 
vol. ii, page 307. 

EPINETTE, Mdlle Painter. 

6, .St. James's Terrace, N. IV. 
i88i. 11S3 Ella, youngest daughter of the 
late Wm. Hepworth Dixon. 

EPPS, N Painter. 

1 2, Claughton Road, 

Birketihead. 
1872. 516 At Townshend House. 

EPPS, Miss Painter. 

20, Devonshire Street, 

Tort/and Place. 
1874. 962 My doll's picnic. 

ERCOLE, Signor Alcide Carlo. 

Painter. 
31, Grosvenor Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 

1857. 1 175 Mrs. Dickens. 

1858. 83 Capt. R. Gosling. 

826 Miss Adelaide Stringer. 
837 Mrs. F. Fuller. 



15, Langham Street. 
1859. 382 Ophelia. 
i860. 483 Ivory and ebony. 
1861. 564 Guiderius. "O sweetest, fair- 
est lily! " — Cytnbeline. 

14, Cock spur Street. 

1864. 17 Mrs. G. Grisi. 

16, Russell Place. 

1865. 174 The Marchioness of Northamp- 

ton. 
562 Miss Rosalind Northall Laurie. 

1866. 558 The Hon. H. Brand. 

ERICHSON, Miss Nelly Painter. 

Upper Tooti7ig. 

1884. 1558 The deserted homestead. 

2, Neii' Court, Lincoln's Lnn. 

1885. 469 A descendant of the Danes. 
541 " No, truly, she is too disdain- 
ful." 

1062 Briars and brambles. 
1693 A study. 
1888. 634 Miss Margaret Macmillan. 

3, Trafalgar Studios. 

1891. 462 The magic crystal. 
1390 The street end. 

1892. 956 "Out of the deep have I cried 

unto thee." 
1 142 Going home. 

1893. 1054 Phyllis. 

1894. 338 The churchyard path. 
384 Flower o' the elder. 
908 Miss Cecil Lucas. 

1896. 107 Miss Rosamond Lucas. 

1897. 1692 The emperor's new clothes. 

ERLAM,J. Architect. 

16, Green Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1825. 971 Design for a cenotaph. 

41, Park Street. 
1828. 41 Gateway at Exeter, Devon. 

ERLAM, J. S Architect. 

Bloomfield Road, Maida Hill. 
1842. 1 131 Design for a Catholic chapel. 

ERLAM, S. B. Architect. 

20, Green Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
18 1 5. 850 Design for a naval pillar, to 
commemorate the achieve- 
ments of departed Heroes, 
whose gallant exploits are 
the boast of England and 
the admiration of the world. 
40, Brook Street. 
181 7. 984 View of the interior of the 
Egyptian Hall, Mansion 
House. 



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ERSKINE, Miss Edith E. ... Painter. 

66, Oxford Terrace, 

Hyde Park. 

1886. 851 Chrysanthemums. 

1887. S08 The old man's corner. 

ERSKINE, W. C. C Painter. 

21, India Street, Edinburgh. 
1879. 640 A glen in Winter. 

ERTZ, Edward Painter. 

26, Alfred Place West, 

South Kensingto/i. 

1901. 154 The' fisherman's son. 
825 Lighting up time. 

Polperro, Corinvall. 

1902. 311 Pythia. 

ERTZ, Mrs. Edward (Ethel H.). 

Miniature Painter. 

26, Alfred Place. 
1 90 1. 1393 Portrait of a lady. 

ERWOOD, A Painter. 

9, Jamaica Place, Keniiington. 
i860. 495 The first place. 

1861. 268 The rejected picture. 
315 Writing to mother. 

1862. 177 Er Kommt nicht. 
444 Das brod holen. 

1 8, Camhemiell New Road. 

1863. 55 Minding the house. 
448 The signal. 

1866. 288 Practising. 

9, Bowhell Terrace, Brixton. 
1869. 340 Quite alone. 

ERWOOD, Miss Ada Painter. 

7, Lamont Road, Chelsea. 

1903. 626 Portrait of a girl. 

46, Quarrendon Street, 

Parsons Green. 

1904. 722 A portrait by lamplight. 

ESCAZENA, J. M Painter. 

14, IVeytnouth Street. 
1841. 351 An interior of a Moorish house. 
Wellington Street, Woohvich. 
1847. 612 Donna Josephina. 

ESCHKE, Professor Herman. 

Painter. 

19, Arundel Gardens. 
1869. 715 Sea coast — Baltic. 

II, Aposiel Kirche, Berlin. 
1885. 403 Freshwater Bay, Isle of Wight. 
Richard Eschke, 

5, Alotystir, Berlin. 
1889. 218 Newlyn — a fishing harbour in 
Cornwall. 



ESCOMBE, Miss Anne Painter. 

Dapdinie House, Guildford. 

1869. 244 Shalford Park. 

1870. 945 A backwater of the Wey. 
1875. 58 Stoke lock. 

ESCOMBE, Miss Jane Painter. 

Dapdinie House, Guildford. 

1869. 49 Drapery. 

1873. 406 Wharf on the Wey. 
1877. 445 An etcher biting. 

ESCOSURA, Leon Y Painter. 

7, Rue Chaptal, Paris. 

1870. 969 La sortie de I'audience. 

74, Newman Street. 
1882. 225 Arquebusiers at Haddon Hall, 
seventeenth century. 

ESSEX, Charles Sculptor. 

22, Craivford Street, 

Portman Square. 
1847. 1369 Bust of Mr. Alfred Essex. 

1849. 1259 do. Captain Maconochie, 

R.N., K.H., late Command- 
ant of Norfolk Island. 

1850. 1372 Bust of a lady. 

1403 do. the Rev. William 

Bruce of Edinburgh. 
1415 Bust of Mr. Williams. 

1851. 1281 Medallion of Mrs. Bird. 

1852. 1324 do. the late William 

Essex, Junr. 
1336 Medallion of L. H. 

2, Percy Street. 

1853. 1457 Medallion of C. E. 

ESSEX, Miss Hannah (afterwards 
Mrs. Bird) Enamel Painter. 

3, Osnaburgh Street. 

1854. 657 Group of flowers; enamel after 

the original picture by Neer- 
endael. 

1855. 704 Enamel group of flowers. From 

the original picture by Veer- 
endael. 

ESSEX, Richard Hamilton. 

Architect. 

1824. 930 Interior of a retort House for 
South London Gas Com- 
pany, etc. Time, midnight. 

1840. q43 Interior, St. Helen's church, 
Bishopsgate, showing the 
Crosby, Pickering, and Bond 
monuments. 
987 Transept, St. Helen's Church, 
etc. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Essex, Richard Hamilton — continued. 
1840. IOI2 Restoration of Crosby Hall, 
Bishopsgate, in which are 
introduced Sir John and 
Lady Spencer receiving 
Shakespeare and his com- 
pany of players prior to a 
festival. 
13, York Buildings, 

A^ew Road. 

1842. 1060 St. John's Church, Islington. 
1068 Interior of Temple church, 

London, etc. 

1843. 1 193 Interior of Temple church, etc. 

Dra'tvn by order of the Hon. 
Societies of the Inner and 
Middle Temple. 
1251 Windows in Temple church. 

1844. 1139 Temple church, etc. 
1847. 1263 Interior do. 

1 1 , Freelatid Place, Bristol. 

1851. 2S5 Carved oak pulpit in Cathedral 
of St. Gudule, Brussels. 

1853. 1183 Interior of Trinity chapel, Can- 
terbury Cathedral : Oliver 
Cromwell taking away the 
sword from the monument 
of Edward the Black Prince. 



ESSEX, R. N Painter. 

1832. 161 Portrait of Mr. John Davies, 
Master of the National 
School, Devauden Green, 
Monmouthshire. 



ESSEX, Thomas R Sculptor. 

57, Elizabeth Street, 

Eaton Square. 
18S8. 1963 Study of a head. 
2012 do. do. 

31, Devonshire Street. 
1889. 2100 George Shawcross Pendlebury, 
Esq.; bust. 

1 89 1. 1976 The late Rev. Henry White, 

Chaplain of the Savoy ; 
bust. 

1892. 1858 The late Rev. Henry White, 

Chaplain of the Savoy ; 
bust, marble. Presented to 
the Corporation of Loti- 
don. 

1893. 1 69 1 Portrait, sketch; statuette. 
1814 The late Rt. Hon. W. H. 

Smith, M.P.; bust, terra- 
cotta. 

1894. 17S4 The late Rt. Hon. W. H. 

Smith, M.P. ; bust, marble. 
1899. 1S91 The late William Terriss, Esq. 



ESSEX, William Enamel Painter. 

[The names in brackets are the owners of 
the original pictures from ivhich the enamels 
were taken.) 

131, St. John St., Clerkenwell. 

181 8. 656 A terrier's head. After Abra- 

ham Cooper, A.R.A. 
35, Northampton Street, 

Clerkenwell. 

18 1 9. 664 Portrait of a hunting mare. 

After A. Cooper, A.R.A. 
665 Head of a fox. After A. 

Cooper, A.R.A. 
567 Portraits of a dog and fo.x 

brought from Baffin's Bay in 

the late Arctic Expedition. 

After A. Cooper, A.R.A. 
32, Compton St., BrunsivickSq. 
1821. 457 Enamel from a picture by A. 

Cooper, R.A. 

1824. 645 Josephine Imperatrice. After 

Isabe. 

1825. 442 Group of flowers. After Veer- 

endael. 
446 A Dutch fishing scene. From a 
picture by A. Cooper, R.A., 
after Wouvermans. 

1826. 435 R- Davies, Esq. After J. 

Jackson, R.A. 
438 H.R.H. the Duke of York. 
After J. Jackson, R.A. 

1827. S42 Rev. S. Noble. After J. 

Clover. 

1828. 504 Hon. Mrs. T. Hope. After 

Sir T. Lawrence, P. R.A. 
506 Mr. S. Essex. After W. H. 

Collier. 
638 Late John Flaxman, R.A. 

After J. Jackson, R.A. 
640 Little Fanny, the favourite of 

Lady Dungannon. After W. 

H. Collier. 

1829. 623 John Liston, Esq. After G. 

Clint, A.R.A. 

624 H.R.H. the Duke of Clarence. 

After H. Dawe. 

625 Bonaparte. After Augustin. 

(H. P. Pope, Esq.) 
673 Portrait of a lady. After Mr. 
Lee. 

1830. 459 Portrait of a lady. After the 

late SirT. Lawrence, P.R.A. 
461 The son of Hon. George Agar 
Ellis. After the late Sir 
Thomas Lawrence, P.R.A. 
(Enamel Painter to H.R.H. the Princess 
Augusta.) 

1 83 1. 454 The Duchess of Northumber- 

land. After Sir Thomas 
Lawrence, P.R.A. 



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63 



1831, 
1832 
1833 



1834 
1835 



1836 
1837 



45'J 



5S6 



463 Venus disarming Cupid. After 

W. Hilton, R.A. 
486 Lady Margaret Fordyce. After 

T. Gainsborough, R.A. 
491 The Greek girl. After H. 

Howard, R.A. 
500 Portrait of a gentleman. After 

W. H. Collier. 
844 Oliver Cromwell. After S. 
Cooper. (British Museum.) 
Portrait of a gentleman. After 

Mr. Harding. 
Sancho Panza in the days of 
his youth. After D. Wilkie, 
R.A. " Having been in my 
childhood a goatherd, etc." 
587 Buonaparte in 1802. After T. 
Phillips, R.A. (Duke of 
Northumberland.) 
908 Hugh, 2nd Duke of Northum- 
berland. After G. Stuart, 
1788. 
The late Duke of Gordon in 
Highland Costume. After 
G. Saunders, etc. 
Enamel of the Saviour. After 

Correggio. (Earl Cowper.) 
Enamel of the Saviour. After 

Guido. (Samuel Rogers.) 
Sir David \Vilkie. After T. 
Phillips, R.A. 
1838. 663 David Garrick studying the 
character of Macbeth. After 
R. E. Pine. (Sir Charles 
Sullivan.) 
Field-Marshal Lord Beresford. 
After G. Sanders. (Lord 
Beresford.) 
Hon. Mrs. Wellesley. After 

Hon. Mrs. Boyle. 
Enamel of Mary Magdalen. 
After Guido. (Charles Bar- 
well Coles, Esq.) 
678 The strawberry girl. After Sir 
J. Reynolds. (Samuel 
Rogers.) 
Lady Mary Lambton. After 

W. C. Ross, A.R.A. 
Cecil Beadon, Esq. After John 
Haylee. 
903 Thomas Moore, Esq. After Sir 
T. Lawrence, P. R.A. (John 
Murray, Esq.) 
906 Portrait of a lady. After Sir T. 
Lawrence, P. R.A. 
1 84 1. 645 Group of Flowers. After N. 
Veerendael. 
646 do. do. do. 

915 Portrait of a lady. After E. F. 
Green of Malta. 



637 



638 



641; 



656 



1842. 



After 



664 



665 



666 



1839. 691 



1840. 



695 



After 

After 
.R.A. 



1846. 

1S47. 



738 



6Si 



6S3 



700 



702 



Street. 
After 
(Rev. 



570 Her Majesty the Queen. 

W. C. Ross, R.A. 
583 Portrait of a lady. 

Meadows. 

1843. 1087 Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 

Sir T. Lawrence, P 
(Windsor Castle.) 
luS Master Lambton. After Sir T. 
Lawrence, P. R.A. (Earl of 
Durham.) 

1844. 992 The Duke of Wellington. 

After Sir Thomas Lawrence, 
P.R.A. (Rt. Hon. Charles 
Arbuthnot.) 
999 John Milton when thirty years 
of age. After C. Jansen in 
1627, etc. 
1016 Lord Byron. After T. Phillips, 
R.A. (John Murray, Esq.) 
1S45. 690 Thomas Moore, Esq., after 
Sir T. Lawrence ; Lord 
Byron, after T. Phillips; 
and Sir W. Scott, after Law- 
rence. 

3, Osnaburgh 

Dr. Samuel Johnson. 
Joshua Reynolds. 
William Rooper.) 

Puck. After Sir Joshua Rey- 
nolds. (Samuel Rogers, 
Esq.) 

The cottage toilet. After Sir 
D. Wilkie, R.A. (Duke of 
Bedford.) 

1848. 695 Gevartius. After Vandyke. 

(National Gallery.) 
H.R.H. Princess Mary Ade- 
laide, daughter of the Duke 
of Cambridge. After Winter- 
halter, etc. 
The Duke of Wellington when 
fifty years of age, after Sir 
T. Lawrence; and Lord Nel- 
son, after Abbot. 

1849. 619 William Frederick Readon, 

Esq. After W. Essex, Jun. 
625 Shakespeare. After the Chan- 

dos picture by Burbage, etc. 
Hon. Mrs. Watson. After G. 

Woodley. 
The Infant Saviour. After 

Murillo. (National Gallery.) 
Lady Nugent. After Sir T. 

Lawrence, P.R.A., etc. 

1850. 651 Admiral Lord Nelson. After 

Abbot. 
657 The Magdalene. After Cor- 
reggio. (Lord Ward.) 

185 1. S43 Sir Robert Peel, Bart. After 

W. Essex, Jun. 



628 



631 
656 



64 



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Essex, 


Will 


1851. 


S+5 




S49 


1852. 


646 




647 




657 


1853- 


628 



629 

631 
633 

647 

650 

1854. 652 

656 

662 
664 

66; 



1855. 703 
729 

1856. 629 



632 
63S 
640 



643 

64s 

1857. 655 

6^6 

672 

679 

185S. 614 

6.5 



iam — continued. 

Pincher. After A. Cooper, 
R.A. 

The late Mr. Thos. Fairs. 
After Mrs. Robertson. 

Lord Byron. After T. Phillips, 
R.A. 

Louis Philippe in 1849. After 
Dubufe. 

Thomas Moore, Esq., poet. 
After Sir T. Lawrence. 

Enamel portrait (ring size) of 
Shakespeare. After the 
Chandos picture. 

Enamel portrait of a lady from 
life. 

Flora. After Titian. 

Oliver Cromwell. After S. 
Cooper. (British Museum.) 

Napoleon. After Duchesne. 

The Duke of Wellington. After 
Sir T. Lawrence. 

Enamel portrait from life. 

Abdul Medjid Khan. (Lady 
Cowley. ) 

John Britton, Esq.; from life. 

H. F. Stikeman, Esq. ; from 
life. 

Frame containing three enamel 
portraits: Byron, after 
Phillips; Scott, after Law- 
rence, and Moore, after 
Lawrence, etc. 

T. Williams, Esq. ; from life. 

Portrait of a gentleman. After 
W. H. Collier. 

The Holy family. After Ra- 
phael. (Earl of EUesmere, 
etc.) 

Shakspeare. After Burbage. 

Milton. After C. Jansen. 

Theophilus Thompson, M.D., 
F.R.S., Physician to the 
Artists' Fund, etc. 

Sir Belford Winton Wilson, 
K.C.B., H.M. charge 
d'affaires to Peru, Bolivia, 
and Venezuela; from life. 

William Stevens Louch, Esq.; 
from Hfe. 

Enamel portrait of the artist 
from life. 

David Garrick. After Cains- 
borough. 

Enamel portrait of a gentleman 
from life. 

Lord Nelson. After Abbott. 

Mrs. Tomlin; from life. 

liugenie, Empress of the 
French. After Winterhalter. 



1858. 618 H.R.H. Princess Victoria at 
the ages of five and ten, and 
Her Majesty the Queen. 
The three enamelled after 
^^'. Fowler. 

622 Robert Phillips, Esq.; from 
life. 

823 The Age of Innocence. After 
Sir J. Reynolds, P.R. A. "A 
child is a resting place for 
innocence, a link between 
angels and men." 

8 56 David Garrick. After Gains- 
borough. 

858 Dr. Samuel Johnson. After Sir 
Joshua Reynolds. 

801 The Rt. Hon. Henry Fitzroy. 

718 Portrait of a lady; enamel. 

73s H.R.H. Prince Alfred at the 
age of five. After Winter- 
halter. 

886 Pincher; enamel. 

688 The Duke of Wellington. After 
Sir T. Lawrence. 



1859. 



i860. 



i86r. 

1862. 
1863. 



1864. 



ESSEX, William B Painter. 

32, Compt07i Street. 

1845. 957 George Osborn, Esq. 

1846. 1052 Robert Colgate, Esq., of East 

Hothby, Sussex. 

1847. 616 Thomas Oliver, Esq. 

1848. 121 Miss Colgate of East Bourne. 
561 John Nurse, Esq. 

1849. 897 Water-colourportrait of W'illiam 

Essex, Esq. 

1850. 9 Mrs. Broadville. 

225 A. Cleveland Wigan, Esq. 

1851. 547 Rebecca, from Ivanhoe. " Eyes 

whose brilliancy was shaded, 
etc." 
1224 Thomas Williams, Esq. 

ESTALL, William Charles. ..Painter. 
9, Evelyn Terrace, 

Mosside, Manchester. 
1878. 361 Borough Farm, Milford, Sur- 
rey. 

34, Fmchley Road. 
1 88 1. 1370 "Now came still evening on, 
etc." 

24, Soho Square. 
1890. 940 The end of the day. 

Hardinan, Pulhoro\ Susse.x. 

1895. 1063 Sheep — moonlight. 

1896. 1198 The homestead. 

ETHERINGTON, Miss Lilian. 

Painter. 

28, Pembroke RJ., Kensington. 
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■ 5 



5, Stratford Studios. 
1889. 911 Saved. 

9, Doiiro Place. 
1892. 327 A Norfolk dyke. 

I a, Caw ley Street, 

Westminster. 
1897. 467 Golden locks. 

5, St. Paul's .Studios, 
Colet Gardens, 

West Kensingto?!. 
1899. 1255 An Idle boy. 
1901. 305 Fledgelings. 



ETHOFER, T Painter. 

1 9, Blandford Square. 
1877. 623 Scene in Rome. 



ETTY, William, R.A Painter. 

15, Bridge Street, Blackfriars. 
Telemachus rescues the prin- 
cess Antiope from the fury 
of the wild boar. Vide 
Hawkesworth's "Tele- 

machus," Book 21. 

23, Pavement, Moorfields. 
A domestic scene. 
A portrait. 
The Indian Warrior. 
The fireside. 
384 The whisper of Love. 

20, Surrey Street. 
174 Priam supplicating Achilles for 
the dead body of his son 
Hector, etc. 

181 A study. 

182 Psyche. 
294 Portraits of a family. 

45 Portrait of a lady. 
14S A study. 

133 Bacchanalians; a sketch. 
376 Cupid and Euphrosyne. 
59 The Blue Beetle; portraits. 
232 The Rev. W. Jay of Bath. 
320 Ajax Telamon. 
375 A study. 

58 Genii of the Spring — morning. 
98 Portraits of a child and favour- 
ite dog. 
156 Penitence; a sketch. 
225 Miss Jay. 

420 Portrait of a gentleman. 
13 The Coral finder: Venus and 
her youthful satellites arriv- 
ing at the Isle of Paphos. 
Drunken Barnaby. " Mihi 
mirus afifuit status, a duobus 
sum portatus." 



1812. 



1813. 



1814. 



1815. 



1816. 



1817. 



1819. 



21 

381 

21 

84 



1S20. 



.96 



III. 



6, Bishop's Walk, 

Westminster Bridge. 

1821. 261 Cleopatra's arrival in Cilicia. 

She sailed along the river Cyd- 
nus in a magnificent g.alley; the 
stern was covered willi gold, the 
sails were of purple, and the oars 
of silver; these, in their motion, 
kept time to the music of flutes, 
and pipes and harps. The Queen, 
in the dress and character of 
Venus, lay under a canopy em- 
broidered with gold, while boys, 
like painted cupids, stood fanning 
her at each side of the sofa. Her 
maids, habited like the Nereids 
and the Graces, assisted in the 
steerage and conduct of the vessel. 
The fragrance of incense, vast 
quantities of which were burnt on 
the deck, was diffused along the 
shores, which were covered with 
people. 

16, Stangate Walk, 

Westminster. 

1822. 7 Cupid sheltering his darling 

from the approaching storm. 
121 Maternal affection. 
(Honorary Member of the Imperial Acad- 
emy of Fine Arts in Venice, and of the Fine 
Arts in Charleston, America.) 

1824. 213 Pandora. 

Pandora, the heathen Eve, hav- 
ing been formed by Vulcan as a 
statue, and animated by the Gods, 
is crowned by the seasons with a 
garland of flowers. 
"To deck her brows, the fair 

tressed seasons bring 
A garland breathing all the sweets 

of Spring." 

1825. I The Combat: woman pleading 

for the vanquished; an ideal 
groupe. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
14, Buckingham Street, 

Strand. 

1826. 24 The choice of Paris. 

The Goddess of Discord, in- 
censed at not being invited to the 
marriage of Peleus and Thetis, 
threw into the assembly of the 
Gods who were at the entertain- 
ment, a golden apple, on which 
was inscribed "To the fairest." 
All the Goddesses claimed it as 
their own, but at last only three, 
Juno, Venus, and Minerva, wished 
to dispute their respective right to 
beauty, and the Gods, unwilling to 
become arbiters in an affair so 
delicate, appointed Paris, a 
Phiygian shepherd, son of Priam, 
to adjudge the prize. Each tried 
by promises and entreaties to gain 
the attention of Paris, and in- 
fluence his judgement. After he 
had heard their several claims and 
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Etty, William, J?. A. — continued. 

promises, Paris adjudged the 
prize to Venus, and gave her the 
golden apple. 

The figures in the background 
are nymphs presiding over rocks 
and fountains; a satyr, etc. 

1827. 12 Judith. 

Then she came to the pillar of 
the bed which was at Holofernes' 
head, and took down his faulchion 
from thence, and approached to 
his bed, and took hold of the hair 
of his head, and said, "Strengthen 
me, O Lord God of Israel, this 
day." 

2+9 "Twas in the happy olden 
time, Before the birth of 
care or crime." 

438 The Parting of Hero and 
Leander. 

Hero was a beautiful wom.in 
of Sestos in Thrace, and priestess 
of Venus, whom Leander of Aby- 
dos loved so tenderly that he 
swam over the Hellespont every 
night to see her. 

(Elected R.A.) 

1828. 6 Guardian Cherubs, in which 

are introduced resemblances 
of the Lady Mary Agar and 
Hon. Charles Welbore Her- 
bert Agar, infant children of 
the Earl of Normanton. 

193 A composition taken from the 
following passages of the 
eleventh book of Milton's 
Paradise Lost. " When from 
the tents behold a bevy of 
fair women, richly gay, in 
gems and wanton dress, etc., 
etc." 

357 Venus, the evening star. 

1829. 16 Benaiah. "He slew two lion- 

like men of Moab." 
31 Hero having thrown herself 
from the tower at the sight 
of Leander drowned, dies on 
his body. 

1830. 37 The storm. " They cried unto 

Thee, and were delivered, 
etc." 

124 Judith. "And anon after she 
went forth, and she gave 
Holofernes' head to her 
maid, and she put it in her 
bag of meat." 

331 Candaules, King of Lydia, 
shows his wife by stealth to 
Gyges, one of his ministers, 
as she goes to bed. — Herod- 
otus. 



1830. 380 The dancer. 

1 83 1. 79 The maid of Judith waiting 

outside the tent of Holo- 
fernes till her mistress has 
consummated the deed that 
delivered her country from 
its invaders (see the book of 
Judith), forming the second 
and last pendant picture to 
the principal one. Painted 
for the Scottish Academy of 
Fine Arts in Edinburgh. 

1 83 1. 144 Nymph anghng. 

163 Window in Venice during a 
Festa. 

170 Sabrina, from Milton's Comus. 
"Sabrina fair, listen where 
thou art sitting, etc." 

411 The shipwrecked mariner. 

1832. 196 "Fair laughs the morn and 

soft the zephyr blows . . . 
Youth on the prow and 
Pleasure at the helm, etc." 

215 The destroying angels and 
daemons of evil interrupting 
the orgies of the vicious and 
intemperate. A finished 
sketch of that class of com- 
position called by the Ro- 
mans "Visions," not having 
their origin in history or 
poetry. 

360 Phffidra and Cymochles, or the 
Idle Lake. "Along the shore 
as swift as glance of eye, 
etc." — Spenser's Faery 

Queene. 

1833. 7 Britomart redeemes faire Amo- 

ret. " Ne living wight she 
saw in all that roome, etc." 
— Spenser's Faery Queene. 

M3 Hylas and the nymphs. "The 
nymphs of the river, enam- 
oured of the beautiful Hylas, 
carried him away, and Her- 
cules, disconsolate at the 
loss of his favourite youth, 
filled the woods and moun- 
tains with his complaints." 

168 The lute player. " AVhen with 
sweet notes I the sweet lute 
inspired, l''ond fair ones 
listen'd and my skill ad- 
mired." 

424 Head of a philosopher; a 
sketch. 

1834. 37 A portrait. 

90 The Cardinal. 

1835. 14 Preparing for a fancy dress 

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1835. 36 Study of the head of a youth. 
94 Venus and her satellites. 

" There beauty's lovely god- 
dess smiles, etc." 

154 Study from a young lady. 

235 The Bridge of Sighs, Venice. 
Painted from sketches made 
from the Canal in 1823. 

Just by the Bridge of Sighs, at 
the remote extremity of the narrow 
passage, over some scupper holes 
which descend to the water, is a 
strong iron bar fixed at each end 
into the wall ; upon, and across 
this, the condemned was thrown, 
and his head severed from his 
body, unheard, unseen, save by 
the executioners and the dread 
eye of Heaven ! at dead of night, 
a black gondola, like a dark spirit 
of the waters, glided silently to a 
little portal by the water's edge 
beneath — the body was conveyed 
to a distant part of the Lagune, 
and there thrown in. Near that spot 
the fishermen of Venice were for- 
bidden, under the severest pen- 
alties, to fish. 

287 The warrior arming. 

310 Phaedria and Cymochles on 
the Idle Lake. "And all 
the way the wanton damsel 
found, etc." — Spenser's Faery 
Queene. 

325 Wood nymphs sleeping; satyr 
bringing flowers — morning. 

1836. 82 A family of the forests. "They 

lived with calm untroubled 
mind." 
96 Psyche having, after great peril, 
procured the casket of cos- 
metics from Proserpine in 
Hades, lays it at the feet of 
Venus, while Cupid pleads 
in her behalf. 
167 Venus and her doves. 

1837. 21 Samson betrayed by Delilah. 

" And when Delilah saw 
that he had told her all his 
heart she sent for the lords 
of the Philistines, etc." 

112 The Sirens and Ulysses. 
" Next where the Sirens 
dwell you plough the seas, 
etc." 

267 Mars, Venus and Cupid. 

295 Adam and Eve at their morn- 
ing orisons. " Lowly they 
bowed, adoring." 

1838. 16 A bivouac of Cupid and his 

company. 
46 The Prodigal Son. " I will arise 
and go to my father, etc." 



1838. 


97 A bacchante and boy dancing. 




112 11 Duetto. 




232 Miss Lewis in the character of 




a flower-girl. 




420 The converted Jew. 




490 Somnolency. 


1839. 


195 Diana and Endymion. 



The fable of Endymion's amours 
with Diana, or the moon, arose 
from his knowledge of astronomy, 
and as he passed the night on 
some high mountains to observe 
the heavenly bodies, it has been 
reported he was courted by the 
moon. 

241 Pluto carrying off Proserpine. 
" That fair field of Enna, 
where Proserpine gathering 
flowers, herself a fairer flower, 
by gloomy Dis was gath- 
ered." 

460 The Lady Mayoress of York. 

1840. 26 Andromeda: Perseus coming 

to her rescue. 
30 Mars, Venus, and attendant 
derobing her mistress for 
the bath. 
230 A subject from the parable of 
the Ten Virgins. "While 
the bridegroom tarried they 
all slumbered and slept, 
etc." 

1 84 1. 21 Group — morning. 

136 The repentant prodigal's return 
to his father. "... Father, 
I have sinned against heaven 
and in thy sight, etc." 

206 "To arms, to arms, ye brave!" 

322 Still life. 

379 Female bathers surprised by a 
swan. 

519 David. "Awake, my glory! 
awake, lute and harp, etc." 

1842. 6 A Magdalen. 

26 Two of the modern time. 

33 The dance. "A figured dance 
succeeds, a comely band of 
youths and maidens bound- 
ing hand in hand, etc." 

39 One of the olden time. 
437 The innocent and gay. 

1843. 30 The Graces: Psyche and 

Cupid as the personification 
of Love, burning the arrows 
of destruction and trampliiig 
on the insignia of war. 

The Charities and Gratia;. — 
They presided over kindness and 
all good offices. They were gener- 
ally represented naked, because 
kindnesses ought to be done 
with sincerity and candour. The 



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Etty, William, R.A. — continued. 

morlerns explain the allegory of 
their holding their hands joined 
by obser\'ing that there ought to 
be a perpetual and never-ceasing 
intercourse of kindness and bene- 
volence among friends. Their 
youth denotes the constant re- 
membrance we ought to have of 
kindnesses received ; and their vir- 
gin purity and innocence teach us 
that acts of benevolence ought to 
be done without any expectation 
of restoration ; and that we ought 
never to suffer others or ourselves 
to be guilty of base or impure 
favours. 

44 The bather. " At the doubtful 
breeze alarmed." 

79 The entombment of Christ. 

169 "In the greenwood shade." 

Z24 Still life. 

3S9 Flemish Courtship. 

505 The infant Moses and his 
mother. 
1844. 123 The backbiter. 

130 "Live while you live, the epi- 
cure will say, etc." 

146 The Cardinal. 

152 A subject from Comus; a por- 
tion of a scene described by 
the attendant spirit in the 
latter part of that poem. 
Painted the size of the in- 
tended ffesco. "All amidst the 
gardens fair of Hesperus and 
his daughters three, etc." — 
Milton's " Comus." 

265 " 'Tis but a fancy's sketch." 

371 Eve at the fountain. 
1S45. 12 Aurora and Zephyr. "The 
frolic wind that breathes the 
Spring, Zephyr with Aurora 
playing, as he met her once 
a Maying." 

97 The Indian alarmed. 

98 Study of the head of a little boy. 
109 Cupid interceding with his 

mother for Psyche. 

185 Flower girl. 

186 A Votive offering. 

259 "Or like a nymph, with bright 
and flowing hair. Dance on 
the sands and yet no footing 
seen." 
1846. 37 The grape gatherer. 

166 Composition from Milton's 
Comus. " Circe with the 
Syrens three, amidst the 
flowery-kirtled Naiades." 

200 The Choice of Paris. " Juno 
promised him a kingdom, 
Minerva military glory, and 



Venus the fairest woman in 
the world for his wife, etc. 

254 The juvenile scribe. 

264 The sea bather. 

303 Still life. 
1847. 123 Joan of Arc, on finding the 
sword she had dreamt of, 
in the church of St. Cather- 
ine de Fierbois, devotes her- 
self and it to the service of 
God and her country. 

124 Joan of Arc makes a sortie 

from the gates of Orleans, 
and scatters the enemies of 
France. 

125 Joan of Arc, after rendering 

the most signal services to 
her Prince and people, is 
suffered to die a martyr in 
their cause. 

Nowhere do modern annals 
display a character more pure, 
more generous, more humble, 
amidst varied reverses and un- 
doubted victories, more free from 
all taint of selfishness, more akin 
to the champions and martyrs of 
old times. 

339 Charites et Gratiae. 

The Graces, daughters of 
Venus, by Jupiter or Bacchus, 
are three in number: Aglaia, 
Thalia, and Euphrosyne. They 
were the constant attendants of 
Venus ; and they were repre- 
sented as three young and modest 
virgins, etc. S(V 1843, No. 30. 

1848. 25 Morning prayers. 

73 A study of colour in objects of 
still hfe. 

126 La fleur de lis. 

161 A sketch of landscape — Given- 
dale, Vorkshire. 

188 A Group of Captives. " By the 
waters of Babylon." 

215 Aaron, the High priest of 
Israel. 

404 Him that crieth from the wil- 
derness, Repent ye." 
VorA; and 14, Buckingham 

Street, Adelphi. 

1849. 60 Amoret chained. 

84 The crochet worker. 
178 "Gather the Rose of Love 

while yet 'tis time." 
270 Three versions of one subject. 
(The late.) 

1850. 276 The toilet. 

EUSEBY, L Painter. 

8, Macclesfield Street, Soho. 
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EVA, Charles A Painter. 

4, Beaumont Crescent, 

West Kensington. 
1898. 174 Mending his boat. 

EVANS, Adam Painter. 

41:?, Stratford Studios. 
1894. 613 Chrysanthemums. 

EVANS, Bernard, R.I. Painter. 

8, Bartholometu Villas, 

Kentish Toivn. 
1 87 1. 702 A lane at Ealing; going to the 
meet. 
Ivy Lodge, Bushey Place, 

Camden Road. 
1875. 782 Nightfall. 

30, HiDigerford Road. 

1878. 720 AMarchday — Cannock Chase. 
773 A lonely valley — Cannock 

Chase. 
S31 Merionethshire, North Wales. 
1880. 668 Solitude. 

800 A peep at Loch Venacher. 

1882. 1015 A fine day in winter — Cannock 

Chase. 

1883. 1056 Leafless. 

1884. 1 104 The fern harvest — Cannock 

Chase. 

1885. 782 The home farm. 

1280 The borders of Cannock Chase. 

1886. 1326 The burnt heath. 

EVANS, Edmund Etcher. 

Witley, Surrey. 
1873. 900 Farm near Guildford. 

1879. 1282 Sheep fold; etching. 

1880. 1242 Moonrise; etching. 

EVANS, Edmund William ... Etcher. 

49, Upper Marykbone Street. 

1887. 1415 Valley farm. After John Con- 

stable, R.A. 
1435 Twilight. After R. Halfnight. 
1466 Chapel of the Sacrament, St. 

Mark's, Venice. After W. H. 

Pike. 

1888. 1626 Evening. After J. H. Hooper. 

1889. 1728 On the Wharfe, Yorkshire. 

After Bernard Evans. 
1798 Interior of Burgos Cathedral. 
After D. Roberts, R.A. 
Sunnyside Avenue, 

High Bar net. 

1891. 1607 Richmond Castle, Yorkshire, 

from Temple Fields. After 

Bernard Evans. 

24, Church Street, Kensington. 

1893. 1396 Knaresborough, Yorkshire. 

1894. 13S6 Bolton Abbey. After B. Evans. 



1894. 139; The porch of St. Mary's, Ox- 
ford. 
1407 The Scheldt — Texel Isle. After 
C. Stanfield, R.A. 

1896. 1456 Magdalen Tower, 0.xford. 

1897. 1594 On the Scheldt. After C. 

Stanfield, R.A. 
1627 Evening on the Medway. 

EVANS, Ernest Architect. 

15, Bloomsbury Street, IV.C. 

1898. 16S1 Riverside villa in the Italian 

style. 

EVANS, E. H Painter. 

Taunton. 

1838. 893 Still hfe. 

1839. 244 Portrait of a brother. 

EVANS, Fred M Painter. 

43, Bcmvell Rd., Highbury, N. 

1891. 1336 Not so easy as it looks. 
1448 " God save the Queen." 

1892. 1188 A message for nurse. 
1189 Offer of marriage. 

1894. 972 A love story. 

1 167 A lady of the 17th Century. 

Penlee Villa, Penzance. 
1896. 1229 An amateur. 

1899. 1235 The clarionet player. 

EVANS, G Painter. 

23, Bryanston Street, 

Portman Square. 

1795. 3S4 Eagle Tower, Caernarvon 

Castle. 
7, St. George's Row, 

O.xford Street. 

1796. 485 Gateway Tower at Warwick 

Castle. 

EVANS, G Painter. 

15, St. Martin's Street. 
1842. 284 George Thompson, Esq. 

EVANS, Herbert E Painter. 

15, Cleveland Square. 
1893. 54 Apples. 

5, Warwick Studios, 

Kensington. 
1896. 760 Grapes. 

1900. 1272 On the Arun. 

EVANS, John Painter. 

4, Vanbrugh Terrace, 

Blackheath. 
1888. 1402 View of Venice from the 
lagoons. 



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EVANS, Miss Kate Painter. 

Tnnnant, Beulah Hill, 

Nonvood. 
1884. 1006 A bunch of cowslips. 

EVANS, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1786. 520 Portrait of a lady. 

1787. 488 The lace maker. 

EVANS, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1822. 68 ViewofaTemple in the gardens 

at Malmaison. 

1823. 1037 A Hermit. 

EVANS, Miss Marjorie Painter. 

Red Hayes, Richmond Hill. 
1892. 1063 Roses. 

6, Rubeslaw Place, Aberdeen. 
1895. 1007 Roses. 

EVANS, Miss Molly B Painter. 

The Red House, Bushey, Herts. 
1895. 1390 "Hark, hark! the lark." 

EVANS, Richard Painter. 

26, Southampton Street. 
18 1 5. 251 Mr. Sadler, the celebrated 
aeronaut. 

86, Newman Street, 

1818. 255 His Majesty Henry Christophe, 

King of Hayti. 

264 Prince Victor Henry, Prince 

Royal of Hayti. 

1 81 9. 46 Portraits of sisters. 

125 Portrait of a young lady. 
231 T. Campbell, Esq., author of 
the Pleasures of Hope, 
Gertrude of Wyoming, etc. 
1825. 309 Portrait of an Hindoo. 

346 Portraits of Eustratius Rallis 
and Stamos Nakos, young 
Greeks now educating at 
Hazlewood School. 

15, Newman Street. 
1S26. 129 The Dean of Worcester. (_/«/«« 
Hook.) 

265 Portrait of a lady. 
272 John Nash, Esq. 

1827. 2 Portrait of a lady. 

38 do. gentleman. 

209 Admiral Sir Edward Owen, 
K.C.B. Painted for the 
Corporation of Shre7vsbury. 

484 George Ward, Esq., of the Isle 
of \Vight. 

1828. 169 Mrs. Henry Clifton. 

220 His Excellency Count ^Voron- 
zow. 



1829. 
1830. 



1832. 

1833- 
1834. 



1835- 
1836. 



1838. 

1839. 
1841. 



1843. 
1845. 



5'3 



2 
214 
283 



18 



3M 



266 



Mr. Alderman Garden in his 
ninetieth year. Painted for 
the Corporation of Worcester. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Othello and Desdemona. 

The discovery of /Esculapius. 

i-Esculapius, when a child, was 
exposed on the mountains near 
Epidaurus. A goat of the flocks 
of Aresthanus gave him her mill< ; 
and the dog who kept the flock 
stood by to protect him from 
injury. He was found by the 
goatherd. 

The Rev. Samuel Lee, B.D., 

Prebendary of Bristol. 
Endymion. " Methought I lay 

watching the zenith, etc." — 

Keats. 
Dr. John Willis. 
470 A. G. FuUerton, Esq. 
138 Miss Harriet Martineau. 
229 Lord George Seymour. 
340 Rear-Admiral Sir Thomas M. 

Hardy. 
121 William George Sheddon. 
337 Portrait of a gentleman. 
354 Lord Abinger. 
375 His Excellency Nourri Effendi, 

the Turkish Ambassador. 
65 Rajah Ram Roy, son of the 

late Rajah Mohun Roy. 
364 The Hon. H. J. Liddell, Esq., 

M.P. 
500 Hon. Mrs. Callander. 

4 Lord Ravensworth. 
339 A family group. 
373 William Linwood, Esq. 
373 Viscountess Barrington. 
533 Rev. Dr. Gilly, Prebendary of 

Durham. 
458 Rev. Temple Chevallier. 
212 Portrait of a gentleman. 



EVANS, Samuel, T. G., A.R. W.S. 



1854. 

1855- 
1856. 



1857- 



Painter. 
Eton College. 
354 The ferry. 

992 Caversham on the Thames. 
463 The Falls of the Tummell. 
799 Montsford-on-Thames. 
899 Harley Weir on the Thames. 
903 Freshwater, Isle of Wight. 
807 Lynmouth. 



EVANS, Dr. Sebastian Painter. 

Heathfeld, Alleyn Park, 

Di/haich. 

1881. 1229 "Comes the blind Fury with 

the abhorred shears, and slits 

the thin-spun life." — Milton. 



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EVANS, T Architect. 

17, Euston Place. 
182 1. 943 Sketch for E. J. Shirley, Esq., 

Eatington Park. 
1824. 961 "Crichel," for H. C. Sturt, 

Esq. 



EVANS, Wilfred Muir Painter. 

Oak Ro7u, Bushey. 
1888. 333 George Evans, Esq. 

6, The Studios, Bushey. 
i88g. 241 Miss Evelyn Muir. 
1890. 136 Miss Muir. 

14, Clift07i Hill, N. W. 
1902. 1330 Canterbury Cathedral. 



EVANS, William Painter. 

13, Hamilton Street, 

Hyde Park Corner. 
1797. 683 Portrait of himself. 

1799. 490 Mrs. Stuart. 
519 Mr. Smith. 

527 Mr. Allen, Junr. 

528 Mr. Ward. 

1800. 401 A Cottage Girl. 
409 Mr. Ewings. 
479 Mr. Barton. 

1 80 1. 448 Portrait of a lady. 
450 Mr. Collins. 

996 Mr. Landseer. 

1802. 299 Portrait of a lady. 
400 do. do. 

(^, James St., Grosvenor Sq. 

1803. 44S Miss Cooper. 

1804. 469 Drawing of a cherub's head. 

22, Henrietta Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1805. 512 Portrait of a gentleman, in 

chalks. 
1S06. 350 A girl fetching water. 
582 Miss Walton. 

58, Newman Street. 
1807. 500 Portrait of a gentleman. 



EVANS, William Charles. 

Architect. 

3(7, Poet's Corner. 
1886. 1690 West Kent College, Brockley. 

EVANS, William E Painter. 

34, Gresley Road, Hornsey. 
1889. 1317 Effie. 

1893. 1118 "Won't you buy?" 

1894. 940 Helping mother. 
1000 Gathering flowers. 

1897. 1277 Tea time. 



EVANS, W. R Painter. 

Kingsland, Herefordshire. 
1836. 24 Sunset off Boulogne. 
940 Abbeville Cathedral. 

EVATT, Miss Painter. 

East Hill, Wandsworth. 
1830. 2^9 Portrait of a lady. 

EVE, George W Etcher. 

573, Chiswick High Road. 

1892. 1520 Book plate. 

1893. 1374 do. 

1894. 1475 do. 

1895. 1276 do. 
1279 do. 
1313 do. 

1896. 1562 do. 

1897. 1668 do. 

1899. 1522 do. 

1900. 1539 do. 

1 8, Kensington Court Place. 

1901. 1481 Book plate. 

1902. 1260 do. 
1 26 1 do. 

59, Lower Richmond Road, 

Mortlake. 
1904. 129S A book plate. 
1300 do. 

1 302 do. 

EVELYN, Miss Edith M. (Miss 

Evelyn Lucas) Painter. 

22, St. John's Wood Road. 
1886. 1490 "What's her name?" " Kathe- 
rine, by good-hap." 

3 1 , Ne7V Bond Street. 
18S7. 1524 Mrs. Arthur Durham. 

1539 Agatha, daughter of Edmund 
Johnson, Esq. 
1889. 1096 A portrait. 

1360 "Poppets," daughter of Sey- 
mour Lucas, Esq., A.R.A. 

EVEQUE, L'. Sec L. 

EVERARD (J. B.) and PICK. 

Architects. 

6, Millstone Lane, Leicester. 
1901. 1650 New Bank at Leicester. 
1904. 1539 Dwelling house near Leicester. 

EVERDINGEN, A. van. See V. 

EVERETT, Allan E Painter. 

66, Neiti Street, Birmingham. 

1853. 1 161 The state chamber, Warwick 

Castle. 

1854. 1191 York Minster. 



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Everett, Allan E — contiiuied. 

1855. 1171 Queen Elizabeth's room at 
Coombe Abbey, Warwick- 
shire, the seat of the Earl of 
Craven. 

1064 The Drawing room at Baddes- 
ley, Clinton, Warwickshire. 

lo-o Interior of the hall at Wood 
End, Erdington, near Bir- 
mingham. 

1 131 The Waterman's Hall, Ghent. 
964 The choir of the Carmelite 
Church, Boppart on the 
Rhine. 

1255 The cloisters of the Whitefriars 
Monastery, Coventry. 



1856. 



1857- 
1858. 



1872. 



EVERETT, Frederic Painter. 

16, Bexley Road, Erith. 
1890. 356 Solitude. 

1 1 55 Before the heat of the day. 

EVERETT, Miss Minnie. See Mrs. 
Cormack, vol. ii, page 169. 

EVERETT, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1802. 105 View of Carisbrook Castle. 

EVERITT, Edward Painter. 

Union Street, Birmingham. 

1821. 1037 View of Derwentwater. 

1038 View of Keswick Lake, looking 
towards Bassenthwaite- 

Water. 

1822. 464 Windermere Lake from above 

Ambleside — Evening. 

1823. 25 Meeting of Noma and Mor- 

daunt Mertoun. Vide " The 

Pirate." 
498 View of Shrewsbury — Evening. 
510 Head of Windermere Lake. 

EVERSHED, Dr. Arthur. 

Painter and Etcher. 

Bii/ingshiirst, Sussex. 
1857. 280 Evening on the Rother near 
Pctworth. 
The Limes, Atnp thill, Beds. 

1873. 1277 Tittleworth, Sussex; dry point. 

5, Hampstead Hill Gardens. 

1874. 429 Solitary old age. 

1259 Four subjects; dry point. 
1268 An Etching — -Amberley Castle. 
8, Belle View, Jfampstead. 

1875. 1078 On Hampstead Heath; Etch- 

ing. 



1876. 



1877. 



1878. 
1881. 



1882. 
1883. 

1884. 



1890. 



1895. 

1896. 
1898. 
1900. 



10, Mansfield Villas, 

Hampstead. 
126 The Banks of the Thames — 

Kew bridge. 
130 Twickenham; Etching from 

nature. 
16S On the Thames — Kew Bridge; 
Etching from nature. 

180 On the Thames, at Kew Bridge, 

Twickenham ; dry points. 

181 At Kew Bridge; Etching from 

nature. 
249 Near Shoeburyness; Etching. 
252 Gateway at Barking; do. 

272 Kingston Bridge; do. 

273 do. do. do. 
282 Hayricks near Highgate; do. 
314 A study from life. 

189 London stone, Staines. 
203 Braintree, Essex; etching. 
222 Littlehampton, Sussex; etch- 
ing. 
235 Climping Mill, Surrey; etching. 
254 Kingston-on-Thames; do. 

344 Southwold. 

345 On the beach — Southwold. 
368 Putney church; etching. 
391 Old house in Booking. 

394 Unloading barge — Sandwich. 

395 Shipbuilding at Sandwich. 
459 At Sandwich; etching. 

461 Blackshore, Walberswick; 

Etching. 

469 Walberswick Ferry; etching. 

470 Fishinggear — Southwold; etch- 

ing. 
29, Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead. 
876 Near Littlehampton. 
1598 Frambridge, Essex. 
1629 At Kirkley, .Suffolk. 

Fishboiirne, Chichester. 
1 300 Bosham from the east. 
1 318 do. do. north. 
1467 Walberswick Ferry. 
1566 West Street, Chichester. 
807 Fishing boats near Venice. 



EVERY, George H Engraver. 

10, Gloucester Street. 
1864. 830 Henry Marten in Chepstow 
Castle. After H. Wallis. 

1872. 1283 Her only Playmates. After 

Heywood Hardy. 

1873. 1235 Gathering ferns. After John 

Lucas. 

1874. 1255 Romeo and Juliet. After F. 

Dicksee. 
1877. 1232 Foundling girls. After Mrs. S. 
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1879. 1287 Sunshine and shadow. After 
Marcus Stone, A.R.A. 
118, Albert St., Regent's Park. 

1885. 1727 H.R.H. Princess Marie of 

Edinburgh. After J. E. 
Millais, R.A. 
1737 The Captive. After J. E. 
Millais, R.A. 

1886. 1542 For the Squire. After J. E. 

Millais, R.A. 
1 89 1. 1703 The nest. After Sir J. E. 
Millais, Bart., R.A. 
1705 George Palmer, Esq. After 
A. S. Cope. 

3, The Crescent, Hendon. 
1894. 1501 Mrs. Siddons. After T. Gains- 
borough, R.A. 
Dovedale, The Hyde, Hendon. 

1899. 1604 Elizabeth, Countess of Derby. 

After G. Romney. 

1900. 1672 Wedded. After Lord Leighton. 

P.R.A. 
9, Russell Road, 

The Hyde, Hendon. 
1904. 1345 Lady Dover and child. After 
Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A. 

EVES, Reginald Granville... Painter. 

20, Fitzroy Street. 

1 90 1. 850 Waiting. 

I, St. Edmund's Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 
1904. 303 A portrait. 

EVEY Sculptor. 

1863. 1 184 Bust of a gentleman. 

EVISON, G. Henry Illustrator. 

2 1 , Camden Road Studios. 

1900. 1627 The stranger. 

1656 An illustration to a story. 

1901. 1446 do. do. do. 

EVRE, St. See S. 



EWART, W Painter. 

3, Motcotnb Street, 

Belgrave Square. 
1846. 720 William Russell, Esq. 

1848. 292 Edmund Stedman, Esq. 

1849. 579 Rev. Oliver Raymond. 

1850. 164 A portrait. 

EWBANK,J Painter. 

1826. 370 Alexander's triumphal entry 
into Babylon. 
III. 



EWEBANK,J Painter. 

8, Abingdon St., IVestminster. 
1832. 10 Fishing boat going out. 
240 Heath scene. 



EWING, George Edwin ... Sculptor. 
156, West George St., Glasgoii). 

1862. 1007 John Gibson, Esq., R.A. 
loii Mrs. Hertz. 

1029 Lord Clyde, K.C.B. 

1087 Lord Robert Clinton, M.P.; 

marble. 
108S Andrew Galbraith, Esq., Lord 

Provost of Glasgow. 
1089 Bust of a lady; marble. 
1092 Edward Humphries, Esq. 
mo Daniel Macnee, Esq., R.S.A. 

1863. 1032 Thomas Faed, Esq., A.R.A. 
1052 Lord Elcho; marble bust. 

1 1 57 R. Dalglish, Esq., M.P. 
1 160 A Scottish lassie. 

152, Hope Street, GlasgouK 

1866. 903 Daniel Macnee, Esq., R.S.A. ; 

marble bust. 
997 J. J. Grieve, Esq., Provost of 

Greenock. 
1015 H. A. Lambert, Esq., organist 
and conductor of Choral 
Union, Glasgow; marble. 

1045 Rev. Dr. Norman McLeod, of 

St. Columbus, Glasgow; 
marble. 

1867. 1036 John Tennant, Esq.; marble 

bust. 
1044 The latejames Stevenson, Esq.; 
marble bust. 

1046 Mrs. Rainy; marble bust. 
1070 Nathaniel Stephenson, Esq.; 

marble bust. 
1085 Dreamy Childhood. 

1868. 976 William Just, Esq., Liverpool; 

marble. 
1004 The Hon. Mrs. Hanbury 

Lennox; marble. 
1009 Angus Turner, Esq., Town 

clerk of the City of Glasgow 

marble. 

1869. 1155 The Duke of Sutherland, K.G. 

marble. 

1217 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales 
marble. 

1219 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales 
marble. 

1296 Lady Alexander Gower, daugh- 
ter of the Duke and Duchess 
of Sutherland. 

1870. 1038 John M'Gaven, Esq. 

1039 Charles Tennant, Esq., of Glen 
Peebleshire. 



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Ewing, George Edwin — contimted. 

1870. 1220 Sir James Campbell, Lord Pro- 

vost of Glasgow. 
8, George St., Hanover Square. 

1 87 1. 1 1 84 Prince Adolphus ofTeck. 

1205 The late Mark Lemon, editor 
of "Punch"; marble (post- 
humous). 

1218 Princess Victoria of Teck. 

1274 Prince Albert Victor of Wales. 
225, Hope Street, G/asgoia. 

1872. 1408 Mrs. Thomas Jackson of Bir- 

kenhead. 

1440 The late James Newlands, Esq., 
Borough Engineer of Liver- 
pool; marble. 

1449 A serious story: Maggie and 
Bertie, children of Robert 
Galloway, Esq., of Birken- 
head; relievo, marble. 

1516 H.R.H. the Duke of Teck; 
marble. 
1873- '59^ Group of three children; 

marble. 
1874. 1458 The late Henry Glassford Bell, 
Esq., Sheriff of Lanarkshire; 
marble. 
287, Bath Street, Glasgow. 

1876. 1363 A reverie: Gracie, daughter of 

George Buchanan, Esq., of 
Glasgow; marble,alto-relievo. 

1369 Georgie, daughter of George 
Buchanan, Esq., of Glas- 
gow. 

1490 Cecil, son of Dr. Blathervvick; 
marble bust. 

1877. 141 5 William Weir, Esq. 

EWING, W Ivory Carver. 

9, Percy St., Bedford Square. 
1822. 920 Portrait in ivory of a young 

lady. 
922 Portrait in ivory of Canova, 

done in Rome in 1820. 
925 Portrait in ivory of his Holiness 

Pope Pius the seventh, done 

at Rome in 1821. 
929 Study in Ivory from the head of 

an antique statue of Antin- 

ous, in the Museo Borbonico 

at Naples. 

EYCKEN, Van. See V. 

EYLES, Charles Painter. 

Camden Road Studios. 
1883. 465 Willows at Cookham. 
1886. 284 A rainy day, Dcdham Valley. 
828 A sketch in Suffolk. 
1063 In the early days of spring. 



66, Fortess Road, N. W. 

1888. 504 A silent shore. 
896 Solitude. 

175, Brecknock Road. 

1889. 1S5 A bit in Delft, Holland. 

77, St. George's Avenue, IV. 
1 89 1. 13 Evening. 

Ashdon Road, Saffron IValden. 
1899. 1196 A lonely shore. 



EYRE, Edward Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1 77 1. 240 A view of part of the town of 

Southampton. 

1772. 308 A view of Waltham Cross. 

322 The Duke's Head Inn, near 
Rochester. 

1773. 324 A view of the Crescent at Bath. 
325 A view of an old Gate and 

Farmhouse called Dent de 
Lyon, near Margate. 

1774. 334 A view of Mr. Berratt's wood 

yard at Stockwell. 
335 The bar gate at the Entrance 
of Southampton. 
1775- 354 A view of the bathing machines, 
etc., near Margate; stained 
drawing. 

355 North East view of the city of 

Bath with the new Bridge. 

356 The orange grove. 

1776. 343 A view of the Parade at Mar- 

gate. 
344 Part of Canterbury Cathedral. 

1777. 392 View in a gentleman's Garden 

at North End, Hammer- 
smith. 
1786. 482 View of the Park, etc., at 
Bruxells, 1784. 
564 The beginning of the Town 
Hall, etc., at Bath, 1776. 



EYRE, John Painter. 

29, Beaufort Street, Clielsea. 
1877. 813 Spring. 

1879. 898 December. " AVhen all aloud 

the wind doth blow, etc." 

1880. 783 The farmer's daughter. 

1881. 675 Spring. "For lo the winter is 

past, etc." 

1882. 954 The angler and little fish. 

"The little fish implores he 
may be thrown back to the 
stream, till he be bigger 
grown, and then he'd come 
to his angle. No, quoth he, 
while tliou art here, small 
friend, I'm sure of thee." 



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1883. 990 The countryman and the snake. 

{See yEsop's Fal'/es.) 
1885. 1421 The Jackdaw of Rheims. 
26, Bridge Road West, 

Battersea. 
1892. 1052 Idle moments. I 

1894. 998 Dorothy. 
1897. 1386 The Queen's old servants. 

2003 Virgin and Infant Saviour; 
relief enamel. 

1899. 2019 Christ in Glory and the four 

Evangelists ; medallions, 
translucent enamel. 

1900. 1360 The mermaid; translucent en- 

amel. 
1902. 875 A veteran's battle. 
1904. 1000 The Smokers: Royal Hospital, 

Chelsea. 

EYRES, Miss Emily Painter. 

Grosvenor Crescent Clud, 

Hyde Park Corner. 
1899. 597 A bachelor. 

7, Holland Park Road. 

1902. 809 Juliette. 

1903. 39 A footstep. 

1904. 792 Shadows. 
1028 Peggy. 

EYRES, John W Painter. 

Walton on Thames. 
1887. 170 After rain. 

601 The winter sleep. 



1888. .81 "Where beauty lingers."— 

Byron. 

1889. 338 Kyance, Cornwall. 
1082 On O.xshott Common. 

EZDORFF, J. C Painter. 

7, Grosvenor Street I Vest. 

1834. 25 Hollow Pass in Romsdal be- 

tween Bergen and Dront- 
heim in Norway. 
35 Cataract of the river Nid in 

Norway. 
170 A souvenir of the environs of 

Stockholm. 
282 Forest and seashore. South 
Sweden. 

9, Beak Street. 

1835. 340 A cataract near Christiana. 

Painted for His Highness 
theDuke of Saxe Meiningen. 

357 View of a bridge near Bergen, 
Norway. Painted for His 
Highness the Duke of Saxe 
Meiningen. 

374 EntranceintoaForest. Painted 
for Her Majesty. 

EZEKIEL, Chevalier M. ... Sculptor. 

18, Piazza Termini, Rome. 
1889. 2122 His Highness Prince Cardinal 

Hohenlohe; bust, marble. 
1894. 1740 Judith; bust, marble. 
1847 Christ; statue, marble. 



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FABBRUCCI, Aristide Sculptor. 

14a, Hollyivood Road. 

1880. 1602 H. Hubert, Esq.; bust. 

1 88 1. 1546 L. Fabbrucci, Esq. 

1882. 1574 Portrait; bust, terra-cotta. 
1595 Bust of a lady; do. 

1624 " Our ancient word of Courage, 
Fair St. George." With 
Pepys Cockerell. 

1691 Miss Frederica Cockerell. 

254, Fulham Road. 

1883. 1551 The ball player. 

1885. 1987 First love; group, terra-cotta. 

1903. 1697 Model of memorial tablet 
erected in Haslemere 
church. With S. Pepys ; 
Cockerell. 

FABBRUCCI, L Sculptor. I 

21, Beaufort Street, Chelsea. 
1872. 1421 Bust; marble. 

20, River Terrace. 
1875. 1392 The first fruit; marble. I 

14, Hollywood Road, j 

1880. 1568 The minstrel. 

i88r. 1468 Mrs. Gunter; bust, terra- 
cotta. 

1882. 1576 Waiting for mamma; group, 

terra-cotta. 

454, Fulham Road. 

1883. 1546 The Princes in the tower. 

1884. 1755 Mrs. J. H. Glutton; bust, 

marble. 
1769 Dr. Bress; bust, terra-cotta. 

FABECK, La Baronne de ... Painter. 

2, Park Place, Regent's Park. 

1834. 485 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1835. 31 Portraits of the Marquess of 

Stafford and the Lady Eliza- 
beth Leveson Gower, with a 
view of Trentham. 

FABIAN, Ernest Sculptor. 

61, Walham Grove, Fulham. 
1889. 2142 "My night of life hath yet 
some memory"; head. 

FABJ-ALTINI, Professor Francisco. 

Sculptor. 

4, Via S. Niccolo da Tolentino, 
Rome. 

1 88 1. 1441 David; statue, marble. 



FABRI, Aloisia Painter. 

30, Golden Square. 
1875. 9'' ^ Solo: Hakodadi. 

FACIUS, J. George Sigmund. 

Miniature Painter. 

5, Whitcombe St., Leicester Fields. 

1785. 296 Portrait of an artist. 

7, Carlisle Street, Soho. 

1786. 336 Portrait of a gentleman. 

42, Poultry. 

1787. 275 Portrait of a gentleman. 
355 do. lady. 

1 7, Lisle St., Leicester Fields. 

1788. 275 Portrait of an artist. 

FACON, E Painter. 

201, Piccadily. 
1846. loii View near Caerleon, Mon- 
mouthshire. 
{E. Fagen in the catalogue.) 

FAED, H Painter. 

1875. 4^^ Une Napolitaine. 

FAED, James Engraver. 

7, Chalcott Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 

1855. 749 Miniature of a lady. 
839 do. do. 

985 Lady E. Wells. After Francis 

Grant, R.A. 
999 Engraving of Francis Grant, 
Esq., R.A. 
Overshill House, 

near Edinburgh. 

1856. 1040 Evangeline. After Thomas 

Faed. 
1859. 1216 Christ blessing little children. 

After H. Lejeune. 
1 226 The late Lady Emmeline Wort- 
ley. After F. Grant, R.A. 

14, Comleybank, Edinburgh. 
1867. 940 Isaac Walton. After J. Sant, 

A.R.A. 
1869. 1 1 17 James Stuart, Esq., Carus- 

niore. 
1 123 The Duchess of Sutherland. 

After Sir F. Grant, P. R.A. 

1872. 81 A school boy; portrait. 

1094 A Lowland Lake: after a 
shower. 

1873. 1250 The interview between Janie 

and Effie Deans in prison; 
engraving. 



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Faed, James — continued. 

1874. 1252 Rev. Dr. Buchanan. After 

Norman Macbeth. 
261 The Earl of Fife. After Sir F. 

Grant, P.R.A. 
7, Barnton Terrace, Edinburgh. 
1877. 1 23 1 The Countess of Seafield. 

After Sir F. Grant, P.R.A. 
247 David Smith, Esq. After Sir 

D. Macnee, P.R.S.A. 
193 The late S. Bough, R.S.A. 

After Sir D. Macnee, 

P.R.S.A. 
208 Mrs. S. Bough. After Sir D. 

Macnee, P.R.S.A. 
254 The Man of Sorrows. After 

Sir Noel Paton. 
396 The Duke of Buccleuch. 

After W. W. Ouless, R.A. 
719 The late Captain Dingwall 

Fordyce. After Sir D. Mac- 
nee. 
735 The Bishop of Norwich. After 

W. W. Ouless, R.A. 
582 Peter Carmichael, Esq. After 

R. Herdman. 
811 Frederick Pitman, Esq. After 

W. W. Ouless, R.A. 
710 A portrait. After G. Raid. 

6og 



1879. 

1880. 

1884. 
18S5. 

18S7. 

1889. 

1891. 
1892. 

1893. 
1894. 

1897. 
1899. 

I9OI. 

1904. 



Wellwood H. Maxwell, Esq., 

of Munches. After Sir 

George Reid. 
614 John McKenzie, Esq. After 

Sir George Reid. 
459 Professor Gairdner. After Sir 

George Reid. 
505 T. Faed, Esq., R.A. After T. 

Faed, R.A. 
509 Andrew Mitchell, Esq. After 

Sir George Reid. 
737 Sir Arthur Mitchell, K.C.B. 

After Sir George Reid. 
596 do. do. do. 

601 The Earl of Home. After Sir 

George Reid. 

423 A portrait. After Sir George 

Reid. 

424 A portrait. 

136 Mrs. A. (Miniature.) 



FAED, James, Junr ... Painter. 

7, Barnton Terrace, 

Edinburgh. 
1880. 141 1 The monarchs of the Park. 
1884. 171 Among the reeds: springtime. 
1887. 8^0 AtCramond: early spring. 

1891. 1051 Spring time on the Almond, 

Midcalder. 

1892. 69S Tlie Kingairloch Hills, from 

Appin, Argyleshire. 



1893. 893 Kenmure Castle on Loch Ken: 
early autumn. 
I, Clifton Hill Studios, 

Abbey Road, N. IV. 
1900. 861 Late Autumn in a hill glen. 
915 Clearing up after rain. 
1085 A mountain path. 

38, Abbejy Road. 
1902. 511 On the Wigtownshire moors in 
August. 

FAED, John, R.S.A Painter. 

51, Nortlmmberland Street, 

Edinburgh. 
1855. 867 Thomas Faed, Esq. 
1861. 177 Pastimes in times past. 

341 Queen Margaret's defiance of 
the Scottish Parliament. 

After the death of James IV at 
Flotlden, the Scottish I'arUament 
sent four Lords to demand of his 
widow that her children and the 
Castle of Edinl)urgh should be 
surrendered to their keeping. She 
confronted them in the gateway 
of the castle, holding her eldest 
son (afterwards James V) by the 
hand ; behind was the nurse with 
the other child, an infant, in her 
arms, while the Earl of Angus 
and a few attendants stood ntar 
the Oueen. "Stand," she ex- 
claimed to the lords as tliey ap- 
proached, "declare the cause of 
your coming." When they had 
told their errand, she cried, 
"Down with the portcullis!" 
and immediately the iron rampart 
descended between her and the 
deputation. She then uttered a 
proud refusal through the grating, 
and the baffied lords retired. 

1863. 389 Scene from the ballad of " The 

Old English Gentleman." 
"And though the rich he 
entertained, he ne'er forgot 
the poor, etc." 
\a. Cavendish Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1864. 576 Catherine Seyton. 

Glancing her deep blue eyes a 
little towards Roland Gr^me, and 
observing the embarrassment 
under which he laboured, now 
shifting on his chair, and now 
dangling his cap, the whole man 
evincing that he was perfectly at 
a loss how to open the conversa- 
titm, she could keep her composure 
no longer, but after a vain struggle 
broke out into an involuntary fit 
of laughter. — The Abbot. 

38, St. John's Wood Park. 

1865. 536 Kiiimont Willie, a prisoner. 

" They band his legs beneath 
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1866. 



io8 
439 



1867. 



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1868. 


518 

608 

82 

598 


1869. 


465 


1870. 


82+ 

5'7 


1872. 


1003 

67 
562 




979 


1873- 


91 


1874. 


509 



1875- 


82 
147 


1876. 


867 


1877. 


.326 



1878. 165 



What will happen? 
A VVappenschavv. Scottish 
volunteershalf-a-centuryago. 

Frequent musters of the people 
for sports and pastimes, were ap- 
pointed by authority at these 
Wapfenscliaivs, as they were 
termed, the shooting matches 
were of the greatest importance 
and each crown vassal was re- 
quired to appear with such a 
muster of men as he was bound 
to make by his fief. 

Old age. "O! age has weary 

days, etc." 
The ballad. 
The stirrup cup. 
Jamie. 

The auld crockery man. 
(Elected R.S.A.) 
The parting of Evangeline and 

Gabriel. 
John Anderson my Jo. 
Auld Mare Maggie. " A gude 

new year I wish thee, Maggie, 

etc." — Burns. 
The gamekeeper's daughter. 
Dead game. 
" And what would Roger say if 

he could speak?" 
" Bonnie Kilmony gaed up the 

glen, etc." 
After the victory. " When wild 

war's deadly blast was blown, 

etc." — Bicrns. 
The morning before Flodden. 

As the King [James IV] was at 
his devotions in the church at 
Linlithgow, a figure, dressed in 
an azure-coloured robe, girt with 
a girdle or sash of linen, with long 
yellow hair, and a grave com- 
manding countenance, suddenly 
appeared before him, etc. 

The old pedlar. 

Blenheim. " And then the old 
man shook his head, etc." 

" In memoriam." " When pain 
and anguish wring the brow, 
a ministering angel thou! " 

Goldsmith in his study. 

Sir Joshua Reynolds, calling 
upon the poet one day, found him 
in the double occupation of turn- 
ing a couplet and teaching a pet 
dog to sit upon his haunches; the 
last lines were still wet, and were 
as follows : 
" By sports like these are all our 

cares beguiled, 
The sports of children satisfy the 
child." 

The leisure hour. 
The old basket maker. 



1878. 

1879. 
1880. 



1885. 

1886. 
1889. 
1891. 

1893. 



1014 Julia Mannering. Vide Sir W 

Scott. 
467 The rivals. 
1496 Going to Market. 

Gatehouse on Fleet, N.B. 
594 The poet's dream. "The 

youthful poet in rapt fancy 

sees, etc." 
411 Gossip. 
963 A gentle critic. 
371 Still life. 
706 Village in Galloway. 
447 Portrait of a lady. 
913 The country cousins. 
634 La Contessina. 
760 The last of the family. 



FAED, John Francis Painter. 

24, Cavendish Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
711 The sad sea wave. 
752 A Wintry sea. 
1573 At the mercy of the waves. 
112 A bleak north-easter. 
S07 Storm beaten. 

Oak Lodge, Edg^vare. 
752 The restless seething stormy 
sea. 

Slieir Hall, Hendon. 
768 The dark and stormy water. 
878 A stormy twilight. "The twi- 
light is sad and dreary, etc." 



1883. 
1884. 

1885. 



1890. 



1891. 
1892. 



FAED, Miss S Painter. 

Fleet Bank, 

Gatehouse of Fleet, Scotland. 

1866. 225 The country lass. 

Sussex Villa, Campden Hill. 

1867. 315 Rose Bradwardin. 

1868. 282 Remember the sweeper. 



1851. 



455 
620 



FAED, Thomas, R.A Painter. 

1 3, Fettes Roiv, Edinburgh. 
Cottage piety. 

" My father urged me sair 
though my mother did na 
speak, etc." — Auld Robin 
Gray. 
811 The first step. 

32, Newman Street. 
354 Burns and Highland Mary. 
474 Patron and patroness's visit to 
the village school. 
5, Ale I combe Place, 

Dorset Square. 
114 The early lesson. 
488 Sophia and Olivia. — Vicar of 
Wakefield. 



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Faed, Thomas, R.A. — continued. 

1S54. 448 Morning — reapers going out. 
490 Peggy. From " The Gentle 

Sliepherd." 
128 Children going to market. 
141 The mitherless bairn. " Her 
spirit, that pass'd in yon 
hour o' his birth, etc." 
152 From our special corre- 
spondent. 
I, Cavendish Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1856. 273 Home and the Homeless. 
" His wee bit ingle, blinkin' 
bonnily, etc." 

592 Highland Mary. After her last 
farewell with Burns, she went 
on a visit to her parents in 
the West Highlands ; her 
death occurred soon after. 
" Wi' mony a vow, and lock'd 
embrace, etc." 

1857. 264 The first break in the family. 
"Oho! drear dawned the 
morning, and dark lowered 
the sky, When our muirland 
cottage the mail coach cam 
bye, etc." 

1858. 102 The Sunbeams. 
272 " A listener never hears gude 

o' himsel." " I wrote her a 
letter, soft, couthie, an' slee, 
etc." 

461 The welcome. 

498 The Ayrshire lassie. 

310 Sunday in the backwoods. 

We have no church here but 
our log house, or the wild forest; 
and a grand kirk the forest makes 
— not even the old cathedral has 
such pillars, space, nor so high a 
roof; so we e'en take turns about 
on Sunday in reading the Bible. 
We are all well except Jeannie, 
and as happy as can be, consider- 
ing the country and ties we have 
left. Poor Jeannie is sadly changed : 
her only song now is " Why left I 
my hame?" But for her illness, 
our lot ought not to be an unhappy 
one. 

595 My ain fireside. 
i860. 257 His only pair. "The mother, 
with her needle and her 
shears, Gars old claes look 
amaist as weel 's the new." 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1861. 247 From dawn to sunset. "So 

runs the round of life from 
hour to hour. "—Tennyson. 

1862. 4s Kate Nickleby. 

64 New wars to an old soldier. 



1859. 



1862. 275 Harlad, son of W. Hepworth 

Dixon, Esq. 
283 A flower from Paddy's land. 

1863. 213 "Train up a child, etc." 
273 The Irish orange girl. 

377 The silken gown. "And ye 
shall walk in silk attire, etc." 

1864. 180 Our washing day. 

315 Baith faither and mither. "He 
was faither and mither, and 
a' things tae me." — Ballan- 
tyne. 
(Elected R.A.) 
Sussex Villa, Campden Hill. 

1865. 150 The last of the clan. 

When the steamer had slowly 
backed out, and John MacAlpine 
had thrown oft' the hawser, we 
began to feel that our once power- 
ful clan was now represented by a 
feeble old man and his grand- 
daughter; who, together with 
some outlying kith-an-kin, myself 
among the number, owned not a 
single blade of grass in the glen 
that was once all our own. 



1866. 


II 


Ere care begins. Diplomawork. 




235 


Pot-luck. 


1867. 


107 


The poor, the poorman'sfriend. 
"The blind man's at the 
door." 


1868. 


172 


Worn out. 




500 


The flower of Dunblane. 




619 


The cradle. 


1869. 


73 


Homeless. " He works from 
the dawn till the sunset of 
day. And his bed 's oft but 
snatches of sleep by the 
way, etc." 




119 


"Only herself." "Alone with 
her thoughts, etc." 




205 


Letting the cow into the corn. 




231 


Faults on both sides. 




264 


Donald McTavish. 


1870. 


192 


When the day is done. 




968 


Highland mother. 


I87I. 


150 


A wee bit fractious. " See yon 
wee bunctious bairnie, 
clasped on its mither's knee, 
etc." 


1872. 


4- 


"Oh, there's naebody comin' 
tae marry me." 




89 


Winter. 




247 


God's Acre. "The old must 
the young may." ^ 






1873- 


55 


Hap[)y as the day 's long. 




222 


A Lowland lassie. 




247 


A Skye lassie. 


1874. 


67 


The sailor's wife. " He 
trimmed his sail to the 
baffling winds, etc." 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



8i 



1874. 



1876. 



1877. 



1878. 

1879. 
1880. 



1881. 



227 Forgiven. 

God be praised ! Mary's come 
Iiame, she sli|iped in last Thurs- 
day. I nearly fainted . . . He 
treated her, she says, fair enmigli 
for awhile after thcywcre married, 
but the black scum floated at last. 
I have never liked to ask her what 
shifts she was put to. Hcrfaither 
behaved well ; he never said a 
word, but took up his hat and gaed 
away out. Ye mind he was whiles 
rather harsh wi' her. She has suf- 
fered sairly for her disobedience, 
poor lassie — but she 's hame now. 

389 Violets and primroses. 

Grove House, Hainau/t, Essex. 
215 Morning. 

219 " She never told her love." 
24a, Cavendish Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
10; Little cold tooties. 
266 In time of war. " Within yon 
milk-white hawthorn bush, 
etc." 
448 A runaway horse. 
217 Maggie and her friends. 
207 " Free from care." 
73 Playful kittens. 
316 From hand to mouth. " He 
was one of the few that 
would not beg." 
441 The forester's daughter. 



1886. 



'97 



is my good little 



542 
241 

356 
92 



' Where 

girl? 
School board in the north. 
"There 's a little lady! on with 

her cloak." 
' I cannot, rnother, I cannot ! '' 

1883. 92 The waefu' heart. "O Logan, 
sweetly didst thou glide, 

etc." 
262 "They had been boys to- 
gether." "Nothing has 
turned up yet. I called yes- 
terday on Mr. — ; you have 
often heard me talk of him. 
We were boys together, 
etc." 

1884. 87 The keeper's daughter. 

" There are flowers in the 
garden, etc." 
93 Seeing them off. "Hecouldna 
leave his Highland home, 
etc." 
267 " Of what is the wee lassie 
thinking?" "A poor old 
grandmother's darling, etc." 

1885. 150 Merely by accident. 

225 When the children are asleep. 
876 A rustic bather. 
1222 A cot amid the hills. 
III. 



1887. 



1889. 



1890. 



806 
1290 
1294 

239 



762 
126 

307 

972 

276 
317 

SScj 



285 
445 

1891. 219 



1892. 
1893. 



223 
142 



"Oh, why left I my hame?" 

Old Dougal still wears the kilt. 
I saw him the other evening, sit- 
ting on the shore of Lake Ontario, 
gazing at the setting sun. I am 
afraid his heart w.is far away in 
his old croft on the slopes of Ben 
Durach. Old men should not 
emigrate. 

Sunday afternoon. 

Grannie M'Laughlan. 

Loch Long Head. 

A poor beggar bodie. 

"No rose without its thorn." 

"A kind, thochtfu' guidwife, 

wi' a lang held to \\ax\, etc." 
The school board at home. 
" And with the burden of many 

years." 
A page of Burns. " Oh Tam ! 

oh Tam! had they been 

queans, etc." 
Wee auntie Jeanie. " 'Twas 

wee auntie Jeanie that sat 

by our bed, etc." 
Morning. 
" Hush! let him sleep." "Oh, 

sleep it is a gentle thing, 

etc." 
His only comfort. 
The anxious look out. "Ah! 

many a morn in sunshine 

bright. Is born of a tem- 
pestuous night." 
Highland tramp crossing a 

headland. 
The shepherd's wife. "The 

cauld wind thro' the corrie 

moans, etc." 
Lucy's flitting. " 'Twas when 

the wan leaf frae the birk 

tree was fa'in, etc." 
The school board in the cot- 
tage. 
A rustic bather. " Down by 

yon little rocky cave, etc." 



FAED, William C Painter. 

7, Barn ton Terrace, 

Edinburgh. 
1884. 1603 "I dreamt I dwelt in marble 

halls." 
1889. 964 Maraquita. 

973 A little Moorish maid. 



FAG AN, Louis Alexander ... Etcher. 

26, South Mot ton Street. 
1877. 1270 Views and Costumes of Naples; 
etchings. 

M 



82 



THE ROYAL AC/^DEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fagan, Louis Alexander — confinticd. 

20, Granville Mansions. 

1878. 1202 Sir A. Panizzi. After G. F. 

Watts, R.A. ; etcliing. 

105, Pall Mall. 
1887. 1450 Macaroni eaters, Naples. 
1451 Salerno. 

FAGAN, Robert Painter. 

Rome. 
1793. 522 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

{Lady Maiden.) 
(His Majesty's Consul General for the 

Islands of Sicily and Malta.) 
18 1 2. 200 Children of Lord Amherst; 
painted at Palermo. 

1815. 434 Portraits of Lady Acton and 

her children. 

18 1 6. 447 Captain Clifford. 

FAGAN, William B Sculptor. 

1, Ravensdon Street, 

Kennington. 
1887. 1935 Study of a head. 

2, Harley Studios, 

Priory Grove. 

1 90 1. 1750 In quiet Contemplation; bust, 

marble. 
1904. 1746 EdmundO'Connor, Esq. ; bust, 
bronze. 

FAGERLIN, Ferdinand J.... Painter. 

N. Fugerlin, Stockholm. 

1869. 836 Jealousy. 

F. Fagerlin, Dusseldorf. 

1870. 903 The acceptation of the lover. 

1871. 250 Grand parents' first visit. 
1877. 1335 No hope. 

1879. 343 " One too many." 
18S2. 416 A deserter. 

128, Didsburger Strasse, 

Dusseldorf. 
1894. 213 Returning fisherman's surprise. 

FAGNANl, Miss Nina. 

Miniature Painter. 
14, Rue Lauriston, Paris. 
1892. 1349 Kathryn; a portrait. 

FAHEY, .(Alfred Painter. 

1, Argyll Street, 

Regent's Street. 

1902. 1362 Quai Spinola, Bruges. 

1363 Place Memlinc, do. 

1364 Rue Anglais, do. 

24, IVestbourne Square. 

1903. 1397 Cirencester church, Gloucester- 

shire. 
139S Victoria Tower, Westminster. 



1903. 1399 The Nun's Walk, Pinbury. 

1400 Doughton Manor Farm, Tet- 
bury. 

FAHEY, Edward Henry, R.I. 

Painter. 
7 1 , Cadogan Place. 

1868. 838 The Baths of Caracalla, Rome, 

looking from the Apody- 
terium into the Xystos. 

1869. 575 The cloisters of San Giovanni 

in Laterano, Rome. 

1870. 719 A last look at the Lord 

Mayor's show from the old 
quarters of the Royal 
Academy. 

1872. 549 The Priory, Eastbourne Old 

Town. 
591 Alone. 

12, Bedford Gardens, 

Campden Hill. 

1873. 1049 Going home. 

1874. 755 Old Ramsey church, near 

Lewes. 
1352 The path by the river. 
10, Flsluifn Road, 

Addison Road. 

1875. 381 Queen lily and rose in one. 

1876. 38S He never came. 
941 Home far away. 

1877. 530 Tempting waters. 

601 " Still waters." " Silent streams 
run deepest, etc." 

1878. 613 All among the barley. "The 

spring she is a young maid, 
etc." 
1303 Heart's ease. 

1879. 1022 Across the moor. 

28, Dawson Place, Bayswater. 

1880. 50 " I'm going a milking." 

125 The Gave de Pau from the 
Plaine Bitheri: the Pyrenees 
in the distance. 

1 88 1. 277 Mrs. C. W. Thomson. 
994 Poetry and prose. 

1882. S51 Out of the hurly-burly. 

1883. 807 "Can he forget?" 

1885. 280 "What is it?" 

352 "The burden and heat of the 

day." 
798 A Village in the Cotswold 

Hills. 

1886. 446 " By the Way," Norfolk. 
817 Great Yarmouth, 1886. 

1887. 522 On the Bure, Suffolk. "Eve 

lets down her veil, etc." 

1888. 985 Mirah. " Deronda now turned 

his head to the river side, 
and saw at a few yards dis- 
tance from him a figure, 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



83 



which might have been the 
impersonation of the misery 
he was unconsciously giving 
voice to, a girl hardly more 
than eighteen." 
1889. 835 I'^rom Monte Carlo, looking 
east. 
869 Distant view of Monte Carlo 
and Monaco from Cape St. 
Martin. 
913 A street in Laignatia, Italy. 
1 89 1. 590 Deserted. 

728 Umbrella Pines and poplars, 

Valescure. 
921 Entrance gate of Alassio, 
Italy. 
1893- 5°5 Under the Willows. "He cut 
our names upon the tree, 
etc." 
1084 Rue Paradis, Hyeres. 
1 104 Street in the old town, Hyeres. 
1894. 1049 Lichen-covered rocks in the 
Chateau Hill, Hyferes. 

1897. 358 The ferry — low tide. 

1898. 103 The brook. "And here will 

sigh thine alder tree, etc." 

1899. 103 The legend of the lake. 

1900. 954 A rustic mirror. 

FAHEY, James, R.I. Painter. 

28, George Street, 

Portman Square. 

1825. 648 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

1826. 797 Church of St. Jacque, Dieppe. 
959 Cathedral of Notre Dame, 

Hotel Dieu, and Paris, from 
the Quai St. Bernard. 

81, Wells Street. 

1828. 833 Portrait of a gentleman. 

137, Strand. 

1829. 658 Portrait of a lady. 

2S0, Strand. 

1830. 676 Portrait of a gentleman. 
949 do. do. 

1831. 846 do. lady. 

1 6, Bedford Place. 

1832. 686 Portrait of a lady. 
873 do. do. 

1066 View in the Isle of Wight, 
near Shanklin. 

280, Strand. 

1833. 1099 Tintern Abbey on the Wye. 
1836. 800 Cottage near Heme Bay. 

15, York Place., Brompton. 

1853. 903 From the old road between 
Hawkshead and Coniston, 
Lancashire; Coniston old 
man and Walney Scar in the 
distance. 

1855. loSo Ling Niel, Westmorland. 



29, Drayton Grove., 

Old Brompton. 
1857. S25 Kits Katty House, Kent. 

FAIJA, Guglielmo Painter. 

7, Br III on Street. 

1838. 821 Portrait of a lady in the dress 

of the 15th century. 
848 Jos. Milnes Gaskell, Esq., 

M.P. 
904 Signora Assandri in the 

character of Zerlina. 

24, Afaddox Street. 

1839. 809 Portrait of the author of "St. 

Petersburgh" and "The Spas 
of dermany." 
954 The Hon. Miss W. F. 

1840. 835 Portrait of a gentleman. 

33, Great Castle Street. 

1841. 614 Mile. Bertucat. 

626 The Hon. Lady Bagot. 

798 J. D. Holm, Esq., phrenologist. 

1842. 585 G. Faija, Esq. 

62, Upper Charlotte Street. 

1843. 904 A Neapolitan lady. 

25, Alfred Place, 

Bedford Square. 

1844. 675 Mrs. Scott. 
879 Pensee. 

1845. 8.S3 The morning walk. 

23, Sloane Street. 

1846. S70 Mrs. Taylor. 

1847. 826 Mrs. F. Y. 

1848. 1003 Miss C. Lascelles. 

FAIRBAIRN, Miss Hilda ... Painter. 

38, Hans Place, S. IV. 
1896. 96 The little mermaid. 
Fawley Lodge, 

Henley-on- Thames. 
1S98. 51S "Theseprettybabes, with hand 
in hand Went wandering up 
and down." 

I, Ashburn Place. 
1903. 93S Lost in the wood. 

FAIRBONE, J Painter. 

20, New Street, Fetter Lane. 
287 Bassanio and the caskets. Vide 

Shakespeare. 
200 A portrait. 
244 A workshop. 
61 A portrait. 
131 do. 
279 Story of Cirillo. 
158 A skittle ground. 
161 A pantomine. 
199 A portrait. 
220 A man smoaking. 
306 Adventures of Caleb Williams. 



1794. 

1795- 
1796. 

1797. 



84 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fairbone, J. — continued. 
^191- 55' Brass workshop. 
637 A landscape. 
735 Jack Junk. 
1798. 33 Three sisters. 

36 View on the sea coast. 
194 Mrs. Anderson. 
303 Ben Backstay. 

FAIRLESS, Thomas Kerr... Painter. 

1848. 359 Vessel ashore. 

114, New Bond Si reef. 

1849. 255 Loch Fyne. 

1850. 5SS Repose. "The moon is up and 

yet it is not night, etc." 
1S51. 753 Shades of Evening. 

FAIRLEY, J. Graham Architect. 

India Biiiidings, Edinbi/i-gh. 
1894. 1623 Village church, Broxburn, West 
Lothian. 
1674 Country school, Armadale, 
West Lothian. 
i8g6. 1 66 1 Senior School, West Calder, 
Midlothian. 

FAIRLIE, John Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1845. 1077 The cool retreat. 

FAIRLIE, William J Painter. 

Carlis/e. 
1853. 266 A study of Rocks, near the 

lead mines, Patterdale. 
1855. 5° Waterfall on the Well Burn, 

Moffat; a sketch. 
1857. 921 Blea Tarn and the Langdale 

Pikes. 
1865. 13 Devoke Water, Cumberland. 

FAIRMAN, Miss Frances C. 

Painter. 

4, Avenue Studios, 

76, Fulham Road. 
1897. 448 The platter clean; portraits of 

three Japanese dogs. 
1899. 632 Three for the red. 

FALCKE, Miss G. L. 

Miniature Painter. 

I, Newhali Street, Birmingliam. 
1904. 1184 Margaret, daughter of B. Mole, 
Esq. 

FALCONET, Pierre Etienne. 

Painter. 

Near the church. 

Great Ealing, Middlesex. 
1773. 97 Small whole length of a lady 
and her daughter. 



1773- 98 Small whole length of a lady 
and her son-in-law. 
99 Portraits of a gentleman and 

his wife. 
100 Portrait of a lady, in black lead. 

FALERO, Luis Painter. 

100, Felloius Road. 

1889. 56 Dido : the first days of Carthage. 

1890. 446 Prospero. See The Tempest. 
1 02 1 Magdalen. 

1 89 1. 387 Petite reveuse. 
905 Ariel. 

1892. 1009 Haydee. 

1893. 586 "Sculpture"; decorative panel. 
591 "Painting"; do. 

FALKENER, Edward Architect. 

6, Arthur Street East. 
1S40. 1017 Design for a cathedral. 

1040 do. do. 

1 84 1. 1079 do. do. 

21, Bloomsbury Square. 
185 1. 247 Great Mosque at Adrianople. 
29 8 Design: Corn Exchange. . 
321 Interior: Asiatic Greek Theatre, 

etc. 
459 Tomb in the Valley of the 
Limyrus, Lycia, etc. 
1S53. 1127 The last discovered house in 
Pompeii, etc. 
1 1 30 Pompeian studies: the double 
atrium, etc. 

1 140 Pompeian studies, etc. 

1141 do. the triclinium. 

1854. 1 173 do. The Maritime 

Villa, etc. 

1 1 74 Pompeian studies: The Im- 

pluvium, etc. 

1 175 Pompeianstudies: The Atrium, 

etc. 

1855. 1230 Pompeian studies: The shop, 

etc. 
1244 Pompeianstudies: thelararium, 

etc. 
1267 Pompeian studies: House of 

Qurestor, etc 

1856. 1082 Restoration of Parthenon: The 

birth of Minerva, etc. 

1 1 21 Pompeian studies: The Solar- 

ium, etc. 

1122 Pompeian studies: The Pro- 

thyrum, etc. 

1857. 1034 Mosque at Aiaslik, near 

Ephesus. 
1056 Ephesus, etc. 

1085 A Turkish cemetery at Aiaslik. 

1086 Mosque at Aiaslik. 

1858. 832 The petrified cascade at Hiera- 

polis. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



85 



1858. 1056 Interior of the Parthenon at 

Athens, etc. 

1859. 1036 A house at Aleppo. 
1037 Mosque at Ballat, etc. 

1058 do. do. interior, etc. 
ioS5 Pinara, one of the cities of 

Lycia, etc. 
1087 Adalia, looking to coast of 
Lycia, etc. 
i860. 801 Temple at Euromas, Asia 

Minor. 
1 86 1. 921 Mosque at Mylassa. 
922 do. Nicfea. 
924 Vizer Khan, Aleppo. 

Sontlidown, near Brixham. 
1873. 1335 TheCappellaReale, Montreale. 

FALKNER, Miss Annie L.... Painter. 

Clevelanih, Bristol. 
1897. 1359 Haytime. 

FALKNER, Harold Architect. 

24, JVest Street, Farnham. 
1900. 1760 Design: District offices, etc. 
1907 Stranger's Comer, Farnham. 
1902. 1531 Gate for Stranger's Corner, 
Farnham. 

FALKNER, Miss Mary G. ... Painter. 

clo Miss Irivin, 

Park House, Ktiutford. 
1899. +'^ Found. 

FALLON, A. D.. Miniature Painter. 

1828. S12 Portrait of a gentleman. 
824 do. do. 

FALLON, Robert T Sculptor. 

13, Bloomfield Place, 

Pimlico Road. 
1882. 1542 Jacob wrestling with the angel. 

FALLON, Miss Sarah W. M. 

Painter. 

61, Birdhurst Rise, ' 

South Croydon. 
1895. ^83 Mending nets. 

FALLON, W. A Painter. 

2 1 , Great Russell Street. 

1839. 467 Captain Newbery, H.I.S. 

1840. 50 Rev. S. J. Goodenough. 

FANCOURT, E Painter. 

1820. 749 Portrait of a young lady. 

31, Ho.xton Square. 

182 1. 341 Portrait of a lady in her S2nd 

year. 



FANE Miniature Painter. 

Dean .Street, Staines. 
1776. 102 A portrait in miniature. 

FANNEAUX, Mdlle. Felicie de. 

Sculptor. 

Florence. 
1838. 1301 Statue of a lady. 

FANNER, Miss Alice Painter. 

The Boltoiis, Grove I'ark 

Terrace, Chisivick. 

1897. 325 Cloudy weather. 

1898. 501 Zennor, a lonely parish. 
1900. 465 Cloud shadows on a hill: a 

sketch at Tigh-na-Bruiach. 
924 The walk by the river. 

The Retreat, Datchet. 
1902. 577 A hay-field at Old Windsor. 



FANNER, 



1854. 1302 

1855. 265 



1S56. 206 

1864. 656 

1869. 807 

1870. S40 

1871. Soi 



1872. 
1873- 

1874. 
1876. 



1877. 
1878. 
1879. 
1880. 
1881. 



312 
214 
304 
061 
103 
104 



225 
228 
240 

157 
199 
262 



Henry George. 

Crayon Painter. 

73, Nejuinan Street. 
What did he mean? 
A birthday gift. "His child 

did bring some flowers she'd 

pluck'd." 
6, St. Anne's Terrace, 

St. John's Wood. 
" I sent thee late a rosy wreath, 

etc." 

15, Langham Street. 
Miss Edith Bradshaw. 
Patrice, daughter of Dion Bou- 

cicault, Esq. 
Miss Lucy Crofton. 

26, Cavendish Square. 
Le petit chapeau. Portrait of 

Mrs. R. C. Musgrave of 

Edenhall. 
Nina — a portrait. 
Miss Eardley Wilmot. 
Mrs. W. S. Salting. 
Miss E. Montgomery. 
Lena. 
H. L and R. H. the Duchess 

of Edinburgh. 
A fancy portrait. 
Miss de Blaquiere. 
Dot : a portrait. 
Miss Bartlett. 
Mrs. E. Eardley Wilmot. 
Miss Maggie. 



Mrs. Stanfield. 

1882. 1262 The daughter of Frederick 

Hindley, Esq. 
Cavendish Buildings, 

Old Cavendish Street. 

1883. 1412 Mrs. Andrew Macarthur. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fanner 


, Henry George — contitiued. 


1885. 


83 Sarah, daughter of James T. 


1884. 


'353 


Mrs. Alexander. 




Budgett, Esq. 




1365 


Cecilia, daughter of Humphrey 
Walmesley, Esq., of West- 




854 Chrysanthemums. 
942 Roses. 






wood. 


1886. 


353 Double larkspurs. 
860 Roses. 


FANTACCHIOTTI, Cesare. 




889 Lilies. 






Sculptor. 




1093 " Autour du piano." 






Florence. 


1887. 


26 Fleurs varie'es. 


1879. 


1+85 


Sir Benjamin Brodie, Bart. ; 
bust, marble. 




262 Grapes. 

919 Portrait of M. L. M. 


1880. 


1595 


Savonarola; bust, bronze. 


1888. 


359 Fleurs de Normandie. 




1652 


Moliere; statuette, bronze. 




1363 Ariane abandonnee. 
H. Fantin Latour, 


FANTIN-LATOUR, Henri. 




clo E. Edwards, 






Painter. 




26, Golden Square. 






H. F. La four, 


1889. 


103 Roses. 






79, Rue St. Lazare, Paris. 




112 Grapes. 


1862. 


38+ 


Still-life. 

M. Faniin. 




194 A posy. 
826 Verbena. 


1864. 


212 


Flowers. 


1890. 


13 Chrysanthemes d'ete. 




259 


Flowers. 

H. Fan/in, Thames Bank 

House, Sunbury. 




33 Roses tremieres. 
651 Roses. 
1 109 Premiere scene du " Rhein- 


1865. 


179 


Fruit and Flowers. 




gold " de R. Wagner. 




297 


Flowers and fruit. 


1891. 


62 Roses et capucines. 


1866. 


568 


Fruit. 




460 "These are the flowers of 




570 


do. 




middle summer." 


1867. 


583 


do. 




984 Carnations. 




593 


do. 
Rue dcs Saints-Peres, Paris. 




mo Sonia, daughter of General 
Yanovski. 


i86g. 


495 


Fruit and flowers. 




1 1 54 Panier de raisins. 




500 


do. do. 
clo Mr. Edwards, 

196, Piccadilly. 


1892. 


259 Peonies. 

716 Larkspurs. 

804 "Here without a thorn, the 


1870. 


290 


Autumn flowers. 




rose." 






26, Golden Square. 


1893. 


67 Asters. 


1876. 


85 


Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Edwards. 




650 Flowers of all hue. 


1877. 


74 


(Gillyflowers and cherry blos- 




792 Phlox. 






soms. 


1894. 


208 Zinnias. 




3S8 


Basket of Roses. 




261 Roses. 


1878. 


390 


Roses. 




696 Sweet Peas. 




955 


La Lecture. 


1895. 


82 Gifts of the mellowed year. 


1879. 


1030 


La famille D. 




624 A nosegay. 




1438 Spring flowers. 


1896. 


40 " High midsummer pomps." 


1880. 


473 


Roses. 




49 Gerbe de roses-tremiferes. 




56+ 


Peonies. 


1897. 


712 Roses. 


1881. 


24 


MdUe. L. R. 




874 Zinnias. 




875 


" La pluie d'or." 


1898. 


1 1 1 Grapes and peaches. 




894 


Lilas et fleurs d'arbres fruiticrs. 




244 The rosy wealth of June. 


1882. 


94 


La Brodeuse. 




251 Chrysanthemes d'et^. 




35^ 


Peonies. 


1899. 


144 June. 




588 


Mdlle. E. C. C. 




1 68 La coquette des blanches. 


1883. 


119 


Fleurs d'automne. 




336 Zinnias. 




,56 


L'Etude. 


1900. 


135 Pieds d'Alouette. 




219 


Passe-roses. 




837 Roses. 




1469 


Fleurs d'^t^. 






1884. 


335 


A medley. 


FARE 


Arthur C Architect. 




357 


Portrait of a lady. 




20, Canonbury Square. 




787 


Roses. 


1896. 


1654 Ralph Allan's town house, Bath 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



87 



FARGUES, Mrs Painter. 

26, Alfred Place, 

Bedford Scjiiare. 
1845. 169 Overshot mill on the Tavey — 
Devon. 

FARHILL, Miss Emma Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1801. loio A faggot girl. 

1802. 891 Retaliation. 
1804. 291 Miss Farhill. 

292 Piu dolce memento di questo 

non ve. 

293 Maternal anxiety. 
311 Death of Cleopatra. 

FARINGTON, George Painter. 

George Farrington, 

19, Glanville Street, 

near Rathbone Place. 
1773. loi Portrait of a gentleman; small 
whole length. 

7, Macclesfield Street. 
1782. 4 Portrait of a boy. 
19 do. girl. 

1S8 do. gentleman. 

FARINGTON, Joseph, R.A. 

Painter. 

Joseph Farringioii, 

Crestvick, Cumberland. 
1778. 105 A Waterfall. 

Keswick. 

1780. 60 A study on the banks of the 

Lowther. 
63 A study at Ambleside. 
65 do. do. 

119 View of Skiddow and the Der- 

wentwater. 
132 Rocks at Lodore. 
329 The Waterfall at Rydal. 
35, Upper Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 

1 781. I The Grange in Borrodale, near 

Keswick. 
103 A cottage. 
105 do. 

1782. 106 A landscape. 
112 A waterfall. 

207 View of part of Keswick. 
221 do. near Ambleside. 

1783. 108 Landscape. 
166 do. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1784. 184 View near Limehouse. 
207 The Ouse bridge at York. 

353 View looking down Winander- 
mere lake from High-harig. 



(Elected R.A.) 
{Farrington in index, but Farington in 

catalogue.) 
1785. 4+ View near Charlton, Kent. 

247 View upon the River Thames. 
(Joseph Farington in both.) 

1787. 108 View near Ulswater. 

175 View of the castle at Hastings. 

640 View near Hastings. 

654 A drawing made on the coast 

of Sussex. 
661 View near Hastings; a sketch. 

1788. 65 Landscape. 

104 View of Blackfriar's Bridge. 
190 Landscape. 

1789. 115 North-west view of the Castle 

of Edinburgh and part of 
the town. 
(_/. Farrington in index.) 

1790. 10 View of Roslin Castle. 

93 View of Bridgenorth in Shrop- 
shire. 

483 Sketch of part of Wenlock 
abby. 

523 Sketch of the old palace at 
Stirling. 

584 Sketch at nunnery in Cumber- 
land. 

590 Sketch from nature. 

611 Inside of Buildoas abby. 

1 791. 190 The gatehouse on the Bridge 

at Bridgenorth. 
204 View on the River Thames. 
252 View of part of London Bridge, 

the monument, etc. 
262 A distant view of Edinburgh 

Castle. 
384 Study from nature. 

Farington. 

1792. 9 View of part of V/indsor Castle. 
24 Part of Westminster Bridge, 

the abbey, etc. 
68 The bridge at Bridgnorth. 
146 View of part of ^Vorcester 

cathedral. 
151 View of the church and abbey 

gate at Great Malvern. 

1793. 185 View of the remains of the 

Cathedral of Dumblaine, 
near Stirling. 
204 Carnarvon Castle. 

1794. 71 View in the High Street 

Oxford. 
90 View of Warwick Castle. 

1795. 82 View near Windsor. 
136 A small landscape. 
139 do. 

169 Scene at Lodore, Cumberland. 

1796. 156 A landscape. 

16S Lodore waterfall. 



88 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Farington, Joseph, R.A. — continued. 
1796. 178 A landscape. 

181 Evening — the last gleam of the 



1797. 


87 


A landscape. 




97 


do. 




i8i 


do. 




.98 


do. 


1798. 


97 


do. 




130 


do. 




'33 


A landscape — evening. 




'39 


do. 


1799. 


141 


Fisherman. 




'49 


Fishing boats. 




'79 


A landscape. 




217 


do. 




3°3 


do. 


I80I. 


34 


View of Stoke Park in Buck- 
inghamshire, the seat of John 
Penn, Esq. 


1804. 


12 


A landscape. 




58 


do. 




81 


A View of Edinburgh Castle. 


I8II. 


102 


View at Lymouth in Devon- 
shire, looking towards the 
sea. 




150 


View of Lymouth in Devon- 
shire. 


I8I2. 


96 


View at Durham. 




127 


View of Torkay in Devonshire. 




288 


View of Polperrow in Corn- 
wall. 


I8I3. 


77 


A mill. 




1 12 


A cottage. 


FARMER, 


Mrs. A Painter. 






Ponhester House, 






Porchester, Hants. 


1855- 


3°7 


A cottage window. 


1856. 


333 


A bird's nest. 




355 


The first letter from home. 
" How warmly there the ten- 
der home-light shines, etc." 


i8s7- 


243 


Study from nature. 


1859. 


497 


do. do. 


1863. 


252 


Waiting for the doctor. 


1865. 


357 


An anxious hour. 




507 


"Old Mother Hubbard went 
to the cupboard, etc." 


1866. 


21 


The remedy worse than the 
disease. 




236 


Out of the life-boat. "How 
often, with glad tears, etc." 


1867. 


632 


No one knows where the shoe 



pinches but he that wears it. 

FARMER, Corral Painter. 

Loxwood, mar Billingsliurst, 
Sussex. 
1904. 364 Fair Sussex. 



FARMER, Miss Emily, R.I. 

Miniature Painter. 
1847. 917 Portrait of her mother. 

1849. 824 do. my brother. 

3, Mornington Place. 

1850. 1097 A little villager. 

FARMER, Henry E Architect. 

17, Bridge Street., Walsall. 
1897. 1822 Whetton Court, Salop. 
1834 Shipton Hall. 

FARMER, P. J Sculptor. 

35, William Street. 
1826. 1014 Bust of J. De Vaere, Esq., 
Professor of Sculpture to the 
Royal Academy of Ghent, 
Dutch Flanders; to be ex- 
ecuted in marble. 

FARMIAGE, W Architect. 

32, Dorset Street. 
1 808. 967 Design for a prison. 

FARMWORTH, J Painter. 

1797. 6+6 A sketch. 

FARNUM, H. Cyrus Painter. 

II, Impasse Rous in, Paris. 
1896. 935 Piccola Piazza Ana Capri. 

FARQUHAR, C Architect. 

II, Wells Street, Oxford Street. 

1791. 471 Design for a house intended to 

be built for a gentleman 
near Edinburgh. 

1792. 661 Plans and sections of a house 

now building. 

1793. 832 Design for a nobleman's seat. 

25, Norton Street. 

1794. 657 A church. 

George Street, Hanover Square. 
1799. 1008 A design for finishing the falcon 
at Thornton, the seat of Lord 
Petre. 

FARQUHAR,L... .Miniature Painter. 

8, Guildford Street. 

1867. 847 A portrait. 

1868. 801 Katie. 

20, St. Mary's Road, 

IVestbourne Park. 
1871. 994 Nathaniel Stevenson, Esq. 

FARQUHARSON, David, A.R.S.A. 

Painter. 

16, Picardy Place, Edinburgh. 

1877. 31 Loading. 

1878. 88 The close of day. 

1879. 489 Reapers. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



89 



1880. 
1882. 

1886. 
18S7. 



1889. 
1890. 



1891. 

1892. 

1893. 
1894. 



1895- 
1896. 
1897. 

1898. 

1899. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 



434 Sheep plunging. 
414 Trimming tlie net. 
62, Clifton Hill, 

St. John's Wood. 
34 The end of the harvest. 
669 The lower Clyde and Island of 

Arran — morning. 
1 186 Winter fare. 
6 A cottage door. 
524 Yellow and grey. 

527 Ben Venue. " See where the 

falling day, etc." 
5, Wychcoinbe Studios, 

Haverstock Hill. 
517 Midlothian. 
1067 An April morning. 
1 141 The morning breeze — Dord- 
recht. 
254 The rhymer's glen. 
61 Sunrise on the hills. 
995 The peep of day. 

528 Morning on the common. 
535 Poachers. 

790 Scottish lowlands. 
840 Moonlight. 

Sennen Cove, Penzance. 
441 Summer's eve. 
3? 5 Glenbucket. 

669 In a fog. Purchased for the 
Chantrey Bequest for ^420. 
156 Noonday. 
986 Summer in Holland. 
539 Romantic ground. 

1 3 War news. 
900 Ardlui, Loch Lomond. 

93 Gloom and sunshine. 
736 Winter. 
195 Full moon and spring tide. 



FARQUHARSON (H.) and EVILL 

(N.) Architects. 

59, Elizabeth Street, 

Eaton Square. 
1902. 1396 Lodge Hill, Farnham. 

FARQUHARSON, Joseph, A.R.A. 

Painter. 

5, Eton Terrace, Edinburgh. 
1873. 916 Day's Dying glow. 
23, Brook Strict, 

Grosvenor Square. 
647 Leaving the hills. 
152 The end of the wood. 
592 The answer. 
471 The crofter's team. 
935 Hard at work. 

16, Picardy Place, Edinburgh. 
1017 "When snow the pasture 
sheets." 



1S74. 
i875. 

1876. 



1877. 



1878. 
1879. 



1892. 



1893. 
1894. 



209 



529 
608 



1880. 980 



I88I. 


307 




59° 


1882. 


577 


1883. 


764 




1492 


1884. 


647 




743 


188s. 


2S3 


IS86. 


41 




94 




355 


IS87. 


670 




1040 


1888. 


185 




994 




"35 


1889. 


717 


1890. 


"5 




177 




562 




1129 


I89I. 


490 




722 



Nile 



frae 



868 

1015 
462 
35S 



1895. 45° 



1896. 


522 
664 


1897. 


727 

847 

69 


1898. 


79 
3S? 




626 



III. 



I, Porches ter Gardens. 
" 'Tween the gloamin' and the 

mirk, when the kye come 

hamc." 
Wonder-land. 
" Day that slides by amidst th' 

unfinished toils." 
The babes in the wood. 
Migvie Lodge, 

Porchester Gardens. 
"Yet twilight lingers still." 
On the Coast, Connemara. 
The sere and yellow leaf. 
" The joyless winter day." 

Purchased for the Chantrey 

Bequest for ;^25o. 
Where next? 
The English Vintage. 
Miss Alice Farquhar. 
Portrait of a lady. 
In Cairo. 
" And winter's breath came cold 

and chill." 
On the banks of the 

opposite Cairo. 
Summer days. 
Under the palm trees. 
Mrs. Thomas M'Dougal. 
" Cauld blaws the wind 

east to west." 
The hour of prayer. 
Day's dying glow. 
Luxor. 
Karnac. 

"My heart 's in the Highlands." 
Luxor. 

In a golden clime. 
" He drove them wandering 

o'er the sandy way." 
Entrance to a Turkish bath, 

Cairo. 
Leaving the hills. 
Market in Egypt. 
"Over snowfields waste and 

pathless." 
"When snow the pasture 

sheets." 
" When all the hills are covered 

with snow." 
In the forest of Glen Quoich. 
"And winter's breath came 

cold and chill." 
A frosty morning. 
Ravello. 
"The shortening winter day is 

near a close." 
" All fading green and yellow." 
" As the shades of evening 

close." 
" The weary waste of snows." 

N 



90 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Farquharson,Joseph,^.i?.^. — continued. 

1899. 412 "On a clear eve, when the 

November sky grew red." 
573 "The yellow sun declines, and 
with long rays and shades 
the landscape shines." 

1900. 256 " When the West with evening 

glows." 
339 "And all the air a solemn 

silence holds." 
698 " In the warmth of summer 

days." 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1901. 4 A winter morning. 

390 " Beneath the snow-encum- 
bered branches." 
404 Down to the ferry. 
512 " The rosy flush of eve." 

1902. 36 A winter's night. 

213 "Through the crisp air, etc." 
250 " Mountains rough with crags." 
441 Salmon fishing on the Dee. 

1903. 174 "The shortening winter's day 

is near a close." 
39S Dawn. 

402 O'er Summer seas. 
772 "The struggling moonbeams' 

misty light." 

1904. 268 "The sun had closed the win- 

ter day." 

469 Homewards. 

472 Through mist and rain. 

544 "The deep purple of the twi- 
light air." 



FARRAN, Miss Lulu Painter. 

131, Fiiiborough Road. 
1887. 1274 Colonel Farran. 



FARRAN, Thomas Sculptor. 

Suffolk Home, Hampstead. 
1 88 1. 1509 A disputed claim; group. 



FARRELL, James, A.R.H.A. 

Sculptor. 

88, Malmesbury Street, Dublin. 
1843. 1427 Model of children and dog: 
now being executed in 
marble for Earl de Grey for 
Westpark. 
1436 Model of children and goat: 
now being executed in j 
marble for Earl de Orey for ! 
Westpark. 
85, Mecklenburg Street, 

Dublin. ! 
1847. 1392 The pet dove returned. 



132, Lower Gloucester Street, 
Dublin. 
1858. 1193 "The soft sleep of happy boy- 
hood"; marble statue. 
1869. 1304 Boys and duck. 

FARRELL, Thomas, P.R.H.A. 

Sculptor. 

II, Warrington Place, Dublin. 
1858. 1222 The angelic mission. "Behold 
I send my angel to prepare 
the way." 
(Elected R.H.A.) 
1869. 1254 The little pet; marble. 

30, Riouutjoy Square, Dublin. 

1888. 2007 Lord O'Hagan. Statue for 

Four Courts, Dublin. 

FARREN, Miss Jessie. 

Miniature Painter. 

Cambridge House, Scarborough. 
1886. 1348 Portrait. 

1 5, Htuitriss Row, Scarborough. 
1893. 1343 Portrait of a child. 

29, Trumpington Street, 

Cambridge. 
1895. nil Portrait of a lady. 

FARREN, Robert Painter. 

Brunswick House, Cambridge. 

1872. S13 "Cymbeline," Act IV, Sc. ii. 

" Gui. We have done our 
obsequies, Come lay him 
down, etc." 

832 Machree Moor, Isle of Arran. 

860 Loch Ranza, Isle of Arran. 

1873. 721 A mountain tarn. 
802 Spring. 

966 Tweetch burning in the fens. 

1874. 543 Salisbury plain. 

790 The peaks of the Cobbler. 

1875. 479 Harvest time. 
905 A highland glen. 

1203 Goose Common. 

20, St. Andre7v's Street, 

Cambridge. 
1877. 690 Ploughing. 
1880. 1332 Chesterton on the Cam; etch- 
ing. 
1347 The Fens near Ely; etching. 
1349 Magdalene on the Cam; etch- 
ing. 
Grand Hall Studio, 
Huntriss Row, Scarborough. 

1889. 1690 York. 

FARRER, T Miniature Painter. 

16, Brydges Street, 

Covent Garden. 
1805. 418* Portrait of a gentleman. 



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91 



2 1 , Evesham Buildings, 

Somers Town. 

1815. 639 Portrait of a lady. 

9, Elision St., Elision Square. 

181 6. 469 Miss O'Neill as Juliet, etc. 

1817. 719 Miss S. Logic. 

1818. 727 Portrait of a lady. 
794 Mrs. Gordon. 

1 819. 935 Mrs. W. West of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 

1820. 725 Portrait of an officer. 

FARRER, Thomas Charles . . Painter. 

12, Albert Terrace, 

Notting Hill. 
1872. 72S Rochester Castle; evening. 

811 The town and castle of Roch- 
ester at noon on a winter's 
day. 

10, St. Leonard's Terrace, 

Chelsea. 
1874. 912 The early spring. 

4, Redesdale Street, Chelsea. 
1877. 506 The brook. 

Queen Anne House, 

Primrose Hill. 
1881. 517 The road through the wood. 

1885. 1643 Cromer, Norfolk. 

1886. 1432 The silent pool. 

35, King Henrys Road. 

1887. 1447 Medmenham Abbey ; morning. 
1449 " By tall reeds and still waters." 



FARRIER. 



1826. 590 

1827. 869 

1828. 716 

888 

1829. 886 

1830. 652 
927 

1831. 882 

897 

1832. 759 
771 
790 

1833. 822 
829 

835 
937 

1835. 8.1 

1836. 759 
824 

1837. 773 



Miss Charlotte. 

Miniature Painter. 

7, Church Street, Clielsea. 
A portrait. 
G. Perigal, Esq. 
2, Upper Robert Street, Chelsea. 
Lady Boyce. 
Mrs. Pilkington. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. do. 

do. do. 

6, Wellesley Street, Chelsea. 
Mrs. Moore. 
Mrs. Alexander Park. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
Hon. Caroline Boyle. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. do. 

Miss C. Leach. 
Miss Espinasse. 
Countess of Cork. 

7, Smith Street, Chelsea. 
Miss Dimock. 
Miss Murray. 

Master Charles Borradaile. 
Mrs. Scott. 



1840. 


738 




7+4 


I84I. 


820 




S30 


1842. 


748 



1843. 
1844. 



916 

679 

761 



1837. 816 Miss Gray. 

939 Miss Anna Maria West. 

1838. 866 Portrait of a lady. 
920 Miss (iordon. 

999 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1839. 927 Mrs. Jackson. 
966 Miss Witthew. 

1030 Hon. Ashley Ponsonby. 
1033 Miss Margaret Taylor. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Mrs. Howard and child. 
Portrait, 
do. 

do. of a lady. 
806 John Cramer, Esq. 
839 Miss Leonora Z. A. Warren. 
Rev. A. Borradaile. 

2, Matior Terrace, Chelsea. 
Mrs. Mayne. 
Miss Gordon. 
784 Mrs. Arthur James Lewis. 
735 Portrait of the daughter of 

Charles Freeling, Esq. 
8z2 Portrait of a lady. 
873 Captain and Mrs. West. 
1845. 696 Lionel, son of the late Red- 
mond Pilkington, Esq. 
745 Mrs. Marshall. 
851 Miss Emily Murchall. 
789 Mrs. Thomas and son. 
810 Miss Jane Mackenzie. 
887 Portrait of a young lady. 
713 Portraits of the children of 

Thomas Jackson, Esq. 
S06 Mrs. Durward Scott. 
84; Miss Hughes. 
893 Rev. John Henry Berman. 
731 Portraits of the sons of F. Y. 

Hurlstone, Esq. 
756 Mrs. Boyd. 

789 Mrs. Thomas Hughes. 
8 34 Mrs. Frederick Campbell and 

son. 

755 Mrs. John Ross Macduff. 
828 The son of Captain Gill. 
857 Charles Ashford, Esq. 
861 Portrait of a lady. 

1047 Miss Annie Bushby. 

7, Manchester Street. 
786 Portrait of a lady. 
S70 Frederick Valiant, Esq. 
866 Miss Clara Key. 

756 Edward Fagan, Esq. 
849 The youngest children of Major 

Gill. 
1 8, St. John's Terrace, 

Notting Hill. 

757 The son of Edmond Jenings, 
Esq. 

790 Miss Campbell. 



1846. 
1847. 

1848. 

1849. 
1850. 
1851. 

1853- 

1854. 
1855- 

1856. 



92 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Farrier, Miss Charlotte — continued. 
I, Hinde Street, 

Manchester Square. 

1857. 722 Mrs. Scott. 

50, Manc/iester Street. 

1858. 749 Mrs. Adams. 

1859. 785 Portrait of a lady. 
i860. 879 Miss Emily Lindsay. 

1 86 1. 844 Portrait of a lady. 

1862. 743 Lena. 

1863. 850 Mrs. Lloyd Edwards. 

1864. 700 Miss Mary Everett. 
1S65. 728 The Dowager Lady Croft. 

1866. 647 Lady Parkes. 

1867. 866 Portrait of a lady. 
I, Manchester Street. 

Mrs. John Nugent. 



1868. 807 

FARRIER, 

1818. 577 

862 

1819. 2S1 
960 

1820. 329 
1822. 9 



1823. 335 

1824. 230 



1825. 239 



1827. 


140 


1829. 


120 


1835- 


597 


1836. 


247 


1838. 


792 


1839. 


45 


1841. 


289 


1842. 


492 


1843. 


537 
452 



Robert Painter. 

3, Church Lane, Chelsea. 

Portrait of the son of G. Mor- 
ley, Esq. 

Mrs. Morley. 

The Idler. 

Frame containing portraits of 
Mr. Willis, R.N., Miss Fisher 
and another lady. 

The proposal. 

7, Church Street. 

The Gazette. "A nation's 
greenest laurels are en- 
twined, etc." 

The holiday refused. 

The schoolboy. " He whistled 
aloud to bear his courage 
up." 

Sunday morning — the toilet. 
"And hark! 'tis hushed — 
the Sabbath bell has ceased, 
etc." 

The wooden leg. 

2, Upper Robert St., Che/sea. 

The student. 

7, Smith Street, Che/sea. 

Sunny hours. 

20, Smith Street, Chelsea. 

A Natural genius. 

7, Smith Street. 

Portrait of a lady; a study. 

20, Smith Street. 

Forbidden fruit. 

1 1, Smith Street. 

Starting the opposition. 

12, Old Manor Street, Chelsea. 

Floretta. " The broken moon- 
beam on the ripple plays, 
etc." 

Who'll serve the Queen? 

The finishing touch. 



1843. 


1325 


1844. 


38 

616 


1845. 
1846. 


244 

85 




120 


1847. 


23 


1848. 
1850. 
1851. 
1852. 

1855- 


87 

42 

I0I7 
457 
385 

1387 


1856. 
1857- 


157 
182 



1859. 



42 



Emigrants. "Self - banished? 
No! it is their much loved 
land banishes them, etc." 

The Courier. 

The parting. " Life was new, 
and hope was young." 

The white cockade. 

Genius. 

"Please, is this Mr. Cox's?" 

Preparing for War. " Si vis 
pacem, para bellum." 

The loiterer. 

The gipsy's warning. 

Disappointed. 

"A rat." 

Secret and confidential. 

The prophecy. " You'll marry 
a rich young lady." 

The first scrape. 

Castle building. 

2, If emus Terrace, Chelsea. 

The parting Look. " The ad- 
venturous boy that asks his 
little share, etc." 



FARWELL, Miss B. A Painter. 

35, Albemarle Street. 



1856. 


229 The invalid. 


1858. 


321 Rosel. 


1859. 


644 St. Valentine's day. 




St. Martin's, Liscard. 


I86I. 


509 Breton Market-women. 


FAUCIGNY Miniature Painter. 




140, Oxford Street. 


1797. 


S46 Portrait of a French lady. 




936 do. lady. 




981 do. do. 




989 do. French gentleman. 




1020 The Elector of Mentz. 



FAULKNER, Benjamin Rawlinson. 

Painter. 
4, N'assaic Street. 
498 Portrait of a student. 
552 do. gentleman. 

34, Hatton Garden. 
317 Rev. J. Yockney. 
319 Mr. Pope. 
105 Portrait of a gentleman. 
154 Mrs. J. Graham. 
253 The lark's nest. 
3 98 Portrait of a lady. 
324 Portraits of the late Captain 
Rylance of the 43rd Light 
Infantry and Mrs. Rylance. 
264 Portrait of a gentleman. 
279 do. lady. 

394 Captain Brown ^Villis of the 
Royal Artillery. 



1821. 



1822. 

1823. 
1824. 



1825. 



1826. 



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93 



1827. 3 Rev. John Russell, D.D., Head 

Master of the Charter House 

School. 
70 Portrait of a lady. 
108 do. do. 

210 A portrait. 

1828. loi John MacCulloch, M.D., 

F.R.S., etc. 
141; Portraits of the children of 

Stephen Cannon, Esq. 
230 The Bishop of Calcutta. (_/«//// 

Thomas James. ) 
593 Edward Hawkins, Esq. 
762 Capt.' Brind of the Bengal 

Horse Artillery. 

1829. 87 Captain Ross, K.S., R.N., now 

on the voyage of discovery 
to the Arctic regions. 

341 The Bishop of Rochester. 
(George Aliii-ray.) 

364 Portrait of a lady. 

50, Leicester Square. 

1830. 157 Portrait of a lady. 

1831. 256 Mrs. Hasler Capron and child. 

23, Newman Street. 

1834. 261 Captain Ross, K.S., R.N. 
414 Portrait. 

1835. 100 do. of a lady. 

179 The Countess of Kintore. 

1836. 582 Lady Ross. 

1837. 91 Mrs. J. L. Wynne. 

1838. 433 Mrs. Bentley. 

478 The Bishop of Rochester. 
{George A/iirray.) 

1839. 196 Mrs. Spurgin. 

1840. 221 Portrait of a lady. 

397 John Dalton, D.C.L., LL.D., 
F.R.S., etc. 

1841. 23 Miss Coventry, daughter of the 

Hon. W. Coventry. 
39 Hon. Mrs. Arthur Arundall. 
344 Emanuel Lousada, Esq. 
400 Hon. Mrs. Neave. 
502 G. P. Green, Esq. 
983 Portraits of young ladies. 

1842. 5 Mrs. Burr. 

186 A mother and child. 

380 Mrs. Warburton. 

464 Rev. Frederick Barnes, D.D. 

1843. ^° Mrs. Smith Barry, Marbury, 

Cheshire. 
370 Portrait of a lady. 
478 Digby Cayley, Esq. 

1844. 159 Sir Isaac L. Goldsmid, Bart. 
320 F. B. Courtenay, Esq. 

336 Portrait of a young lady. 

1845. 104 do. lady. 

496 Major-General Sir William 
Nott, G.C.B. 

1846. 336 Mrs. Cowling. 



1846. 583 Mrs. Crook, forty-four years 

Matron of the Royal Free- 
masons' charity school, St. 
(ieorge's in the Fields. — 
Presentation portrait. 
23, A'ewman Street, 

and 1 5, Haverstock Hill. 

1847. 344 Portrait of a lady. 

1848. 13 Mrs. Royds, of Mount Falinge, 

Rochdale. 
142 Miss Royds, of Mount Falinge, 
Rochdale. 
43, Upper Seymour Street. 

1851. 1099 Portrait of a lady. 

73, Newman Street. 

1852. 927 Portrait of a lady in crayon. 

22, Harley Street. 
1S57. 221 Miss Bradford. 
6, Hinde Street, 

Manchester Square. 
1859. loSi A cottage door — South Wales. 

FAULKNER, J., R.H.A Painter. 

7, Henrietta Street, Dublin. 
1865. 196 The home of the red deer. 

FAULKNER, John Painter, 

IS, Trinity Road, Tulsc Hill. 
1884. 976 Benna Beola, Connemara. 
18S5. 1391 Stoneleigh Park and Village, 
Warwick. 
9, Blyth Villas, 

If 'est Kensington. 
1888. 1269 Ireland's eye, North Bay of 
Dublin. 
1372 Approach to St. Mary's, Scilly 
Islands. 

FAULKNER, Joshua William. 

Miniature Painter. 

JManchester. 
1809. 630 Portrait of a son of J. M'Con- 
nell, Esq., of Manchester. 
634 Mrs. Clarke, of Manchester, in 
the character of Euphrasia. 
" This arm shall do a deed, 
etc." 

8, Great Marylebo7ie Street. 
1817. 6c2 Portrait of a gentleman. 

701 L. Eusebj, Esq. 
744 Portrait of a lady. 



1819. 



800 


do. 


do. 


810 


do. 


do. 


821 


do. 


do. 


702 


do. 


do. 


859 


Admiral 


Lord Radstock, 




K.C.B., 


etc. 




12, Charles Street, 






Middlesex Hospital. 


7-6 


Miss Jones. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Faulkner, Joshua William — continued. 

1 8 19. 800 Portrait of an infant daughter 

of the Hon. Mrs. Westby. 
824 The Dowager Lady Arundel 

and children. 
898 Mr. Best. 

50, B enters Street. 

1820. 210 Portrait of a lady. 

473 Mrs. Burke and her children. 
552 A boy playing with a butterfly. 
650 John Innes, Esq. 
653 The farewell: Portraits of the 

late Mrs. Cumberbatch and 

her sisters. 
S49 Mrs. John Innes and her 

children. 

FAULKNER, Miss Mary ... Painter. 

23, Neioman Street. 

1838. 329 Portrait of a child. 

1839. 419 Study from nature. 

1840. 16 Portrait of an infant. 

1841. 556 do. a young gentleman. 

1842. 206 Releasing the little favourite. 

" It will never return." 

FAULKNER, Miss Nina. 

Miniature Painter. 
7, Hyde Park Afansions. 
1892. 1342 Miss Eveline Faulkner. 

FAULKNER, Robert Painter. 

23, Newman Street. 
1847. 433 Miss Puleston and Miss Louisa 
Puleston, of Emral Park, 
Wrexham. 

FAULKNER, T Architect. 

44, Marsham St., Westminster. 
1825. 969 Design for a church. 
1829. 1 123 East transept, Canterbury 
cathedral. 
7, dVera North Street, 

Red Lion Square. 
1833. 1069 Redcliff church, Bristol. 

FAUVELLE, Henry Painter. 

29, Castle Road, Kentish Town. 
1877. 648 A retreat for the aged— Grey 
Friars Hospital, Coventry. 

FAVARD, Ville... Miniature Painter. 

67, Mar\:^d7Cl Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1794. si;3 Cupid. 

1795. 474 Portrait of a lady. 

551; do. French officer. 

1796. 564 do. gentleman. 

1797. 843 Study of an old man. 



FAVRETTO, G Painter. 

cjo J. p. Mendoza, King Street. 

1886. 320 L'Etd. 

FAWCETT, Miss Emily Addis. 

Sculptor. 
70, Westbourne Terrace. 
1883. 1676 Beppo. 
1685 Dorcas. 
1S84. 1705 Resting. 
1707 Dolores. 
1750 Miss Mabel Fawcett. 
1 79 1 Study of a head. 

1888. 1938 Rustic music; statue. 

42, Linden Gardens. 

1889. 2130 Defiance; head, terra-cotta. 

1890. 1996 The late Ale.xander Mitchell, 

C.E. ; medallion, marble. 
1896. 1899 In trouble; statuette, bronze. 

FAWCETT, William M. Architect. 

I, Selofi Street, Cambridge. 
1870. 757 Longstowe Hall, the seat of 

Sidney Stanley, Esq. 
1873. 1 149 The Devonshire Laboratory, 

Cambridge, etc. 
1880. 1098 Boathouse, Caius College, 
Cambridge. 
1 149 Front of Queens' College, 
Cambridge. 

1887. 1601 Local E.xamination offices, 

Cambridge. 
I, Si/'i'er Street, Cambridge. 

1889. 1899 Emmanuel College, Cam- 
bridge. 

1893. 1594 Guildhall, Cambridge. 

FAYE, F Painter. 

1837. 546 St. Michael, Normandy. 

FAYERMAN, Miss Anne Charlotte. 
^v Mrs. Bartholomew, vol. i, page 
134, and Mrs. TurnbuU. 

FAYRER, Miss Ethel. 

Miniature Painter. 

4, Mount Pleasant, 

Upton, Macclesfield. 

1902. 1163 Miss Nora Griffin. 

Beech House, 

Beech Lane, Macclesfield. 

1903. 1145 Eva Mary, daughter of Lieut. 

A. Trevor Dawson, R.N. 

FEARNLEY, Thomas Painter. 

20, Southampton Row. 

1837. 502 Norwegian Scenery. 

1838. 159 The Upper Grindelwald Gla- 

cier, Canton Berne, Switzer- 
land. 



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95 



FEARNSIDE, J Painter. 

(All Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1793. 576 Landscape and figures. 
637 do. do. 



1791. 



1792. 



1793- 

1794. 
I795' 



FEARNSIDE, W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
603 Landscape. 

I, Romtiey Row, 

Tiifton Street, Westminster. 
4S7 Landscape with figures. 
681 A storm. 

I, Tiifton Street. 
703 A Landscape. 
722 do. 

361 A drawing. 
372 A landscape. 

35, Marshani St., Westminster. 
1 80 1. 485 North view of the town of 
Christiana with the entrance 
of the harbour. 

PEARSON, J Painter. 

24, Wanvick Lane, 

Newgate Street. 
1786. 371 Portrait of a child; whole 
length miniature. 

1788. 53 Christ raising the daughter of 

Jairus; a sketch. 
245 Othryades mortally wounded. 
Vide Plutarch. 
J. Frearson, 

30, White Lion Row, 

Islington. 

1789. 370 Christ raising the daughter of 

Jairus. 

PEARY, John Painter. 

Dean's Yard, Westminster. 

1772. 84 A View of Clapham Common, 

taken from the north side. 

1773. 102 A View from Richmond Hill, 

up the river at sunset. 
103 A View in Mr. Thornton's 
Garden at Clapham. 

4, Millbank, JVestminster. 

1774. 86 A View of Rosamond's Pond, 

in St. James's Park. 

361 The Entrance of ChedderClifts 

in Somersetshire. 

362 A View from ditto. 

1 775' 395 Two small landscapes. 

Bridge Road, Surrey side of 

Westminster Bridge. 

1776. 371 A View of Windermere Lake, 

Westmoreland, taken on 
Furness Fell, Lancashire. 

1777. 121 A landscape with figures and 

cattle. 



1778. 



1779. 
1780. 
1781. 



1784. 



1785- 



1787. 



107 



90 



83 
432 



106 View of Cotworth Mill, near 
Etterwater, Lancashire. 
View of King John's barn, 

Eltham. 
A View from One Tree Hill in 
Greenwich Park. 
43 View near Carlisle — evening, 
do. do. morning. 

View of Killerton, the seat of 
Sir T. Ackland, Bart., near 
Exeter, Devon. 
1782. 422 View of Castle Hill, the seat of 
Lord Fortescue, near South 
Molton, Devon. 
20, Suffolk Street, Haymarket. 
324 View of Haunton Court, the 

seat of Col. Basset. 
365 View of Stevenstone, the seat 

of Dennis Rolles, Esq. 
389 View of Haunton Court, near 
Barnstable, Devonshire, the 
seat of Col. Basset. 
431 View of Beam, the seat of 

D. Rolles, Esq. 
488 View of Beam, the seat of 
Dennis Rolles, Esq. — sun- 
set. 
493 View of Castlehill, the seat of 
Lord Fortescue. 
1 4, Northumberland Street. 
399 View of Blenheim, the seat of 

the Duke of Marlborough. 
480 View of Clatterheigh in the 
grounds of Castlehill, the 
seat of Lord Fortescue. 
At Mr. Kew's, 

Old Palace Yard. 
520 View of St. Michael's Mount, 
near Penzance, Cornwall. 
V. Feary, Old Palace Yard, 

Westminster. 
601 View of Castle Hill, 



1788. 



FEDDEN, Herbert L Architect. 

31, Bedford Gardens, 

Kensington. 
1895. 1535 The white cottage, Caterham. 
II, Hart Street, Bloomshury. 
1903. 1596 House in Richmond Road, Lee- 
on-the-Solent. 

FEENEY, Patrick M Painter. 

Primrose Hill Studios. 
1888. 240 "A still salt pool, locked in 

with bars of sand." 
i88g. 1209 "An iron coast and angry 
waves." 

Croyde, North Devon. 
1903. 532 "Unchangeable, save to thy 
wild waves' play." 



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FEENEY, William Peregrine. 

Painter. 

6, Jl'eslmi/ister Chambers. 

1888. 276 Broken Ground. 

62, Sinclair Road, 

West Kensington. 

1895. 5ZI Winter. 

Croyde, North Devon. 

1896. 540 Waves from the Atlantic. 

FEHR, Henry C Sculptor. 

The Shnddands, Leyto?isto?ie. 
1887. 1843 Demeter; bust. 

1889. 2148 Ossian; bust. 

1890. 1989 Parting; group. 
2086 Morning; statuette. 

30, Osnabiirgh Street. 

1892. 1S59 Favourites; group. 
1979 Portrait; bust, marble. 
2006 Morning; statuette, bronze. 

1893. 16S5 The rescue of Andromeda; 

group. 
8, The Avenue, 76, Fii/ham Jid. 

1894. 1747 Perseus rescuing Andromeda; 

group, bronze. Purchased 
by the Chantrey bequest for 

;^I,200. 

1895. 1612 Hypnus bestowing sleep upon 

the Earth; group. 
1634 Meditation; bust. 

1896. 1894 Frank Fehr, Esq.; bust. 
1901 Portrait; bust. 

1897. 2091 Invocation to the Goddess of 

Love; statue. 

1898. 1831 St. George and the rescued 

maiden ; group. 
1931 Battle of Wakefield; portion of 
a frieze. 

1899. 1882 James Watt; statue. 

1900. 1922 Alderman John Harrison;Rtatue 

for New City Square, Leeds. 

1936 Honor, daughter of C. Fitzroy 
Doll, Esq.; statue. 

2013 J. Passmore Edwards, Esq.; 
bust, bronze. 

2028 The late William Morris; bust, 
bronze. 

1697 Hesitation; statue. "Ambition's 
crown is fraught with pain." 

1699 Honor, daughter of Charles 
Fitzroy Doll, Esq., with 
dachshund puppies; statue, 
marble. 

1608 Dr. Cartwright, inventor of the 
power loom; statue. For 
the city 0/ Bradford. 

1693 Model of principal entrance 
of Wallace Town Hall by 
Wallace and Gibson. (Sculp- 
ture by H. C. Fehr.) 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



1904. 1692 Isabella and the pot of basil; 
statue. 
1803 Mary Ursula Betty, daughter of 
Rev. J. H. Greig; statuette, 
bronze. 



FEILLET, Madlle. H 

1853 



... Painter. 

Bayonne. 
730 Portrait of a lady. 

5, Albany Road, Camberwell. 
1854. 109 Portrait of Mr. U. 

1 22 1 Group of Spanish peasants, 
Fontarabia. 

FELDMAN, Louis Painter. 

Malkasten, Dusseldorf. 
1899. 233 The widow of Nain. 

FELL, C Painter. 

Willow Hill, Clappersgate, 
Ambleside. 
1872. 536 Rene, son of Professor du Bois 
Raymond, Berlin. 

FELL, Mrs. Eleanor Painter. 

45, Addison Road, Dyke Road, 
Brighton. 
1902. 1307 Evening. 

FELL, H. Granville Painter. 

34, Cathcart Road. 

1892. 1582 Love and Time. 

1893. 1604 The music of life. 

1894. 1104 Design for a nativity. 
1442 Cupid and Psyche. 

1895. 989 Fanta.sy. 

13S2 Illustration for the Song of 

Songs. 
13S9 Ex libris. 

' Thy name is as oint- 
ment poured forth." 
"They took away my 
veil." 

I went down into the 
garden of nuts." 

FELLER, Frank Painter. 

13, Fitzroy Street. 
1883. 1035 An outpost. 

Hazeldene, Kingston-on- Thames. 
1887. 1542 Bushey Park. 

Yokohaina, 47, Uxbridge Road. 
1895. 1349 Faithful to the last. 

FELLOWES, Miss C. A. ... Sculptor. 
43, Waterloo Road, 

Wolverhampton. 
1867. loss The late Mr. Isaac Fellowes of 
Wolverhampton. 



IS99. 


1498' 


Design 
for the 




1499 


L" Song I 
of 1 




1500 


Solo- 




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1867. 1095 Sir John Morris, Mayor of 

Wolverhampton; medallion. 
241, B romp ton lioad. 

1868. 1115 Rev. J. B. Owen, B.A. 
1118 Sir Rowland Hill, K.C.B. 
1 120 Lord Lyttelton. 

1869. 1301 Harry, son of H. G. Field, Esq. 
1 31 1 The late Rich. Cobden, Esq. 
131? Sir Rowland Hill, K.C.B. 

Osborne Terrace, 

Wolverhampton. 

1870. 1058 The late Mrs. C. B. Mander 

(posthumous marble bust). 
1192 Elihu' Burritt, Esq., late Ame- 
rican Consul at Birmingham. 

1871. 1251 A man of "large discourse, 

looking before and after," 
suggested by a photo of the 
mask, once in the custody 
of Prof. Ow^en, now at Darm- 
stadt, and believed to have 
been taken from the face of 
Shakespeare after death. 
, M. Skinner, Esq., Q.C., 
Recorder of Windsor. 

H.R.H. the late Prince Con- 
sort when a child; marble. 

Teftenhall Rd., Wolverhampton. 

1872. 1394 A Hindu Reformer. 

1417 The Rt. Hon. William Frank. 



1327 



1330 



FELLOWES, Mrs. Madeline. 

Miniature Painter. 

Glencairn, Winchester. 
1903. 1198 Portrait of a lady. 

FELLOWES-PRYNNE. SeeV. 

FELLOWS, W Architect. 

69, Tooley Street. 
1793. 781 An Elevation of a villa now 
building at Sydenham in 
Kent. 
1799. 1022 A cottage. 

Canterbury Square, Southwark. 
1803. 985 Rectory, at Warnford. 
18 10. 798 Farley hill castle near Reading, 
for E. Stephenson, Esq., etc. 

FENDER, Miss Maggie F. ... Painter. 

Northfield, Ayton, N.B. 
1891. 675 St Abb's Head. 
924 A summer sea. 

FENN, G Painter. 

1839. 418 Hound puppies bred by G. 
Freestone, Esq. 
III. 



FENN 


W. 


1848. 


769 
S93 


1849. 


784 


1850. 


942 


1851. 


974 
1068 


1852. 


1222 
808 



847 



i860. 436 



1861. 78 

1862. 574 
1865. 596 



W Painter. 

136, St. John's Street Road. 

Brighton hog boats. 

Hove church near Brighton; 
Shorcham and Worthing 
point in the distance. 

A study on the beach. 

32, Mecklenburg Square. 

Overshot Mill, near Matlock, 
Derby. 

Mount Orgueil, Jersey, 
do. do. 

Valley near St. Aubins, Jersey. 

Elizabeth Castle, Jersey, from 
the rocks outside the har- 
bour. 

Bolham Mill near Retford, 
Notts. 

Llyn Idwell, North Wales. 

The church and bay of St. Bre- 
lard's, Jersey. 

The Lake of Conio. 

I, Doughty Street. 

Trellis vine on the Lake of 
Lugano, North Italy. 

A fishing harbour in the West. 
" Down on the shore, on the 
sunny shore, etc." 

The mermaid's haunt; a study 
on the coast of Dorset. 

Lulworth Cove, Dorsetshire; 
Portland Island in the dis- 
tance, etc. 

The farm near the sea. 

Through the corn to the sea. 
" And now matured, etc." 

Down where the fishers dwell, 
etc. 

44, Great Marlborough Street. 

Nature's framework. " Here 
shady groves a chequered 
scene display, etc." 

Clovelly, North Devon, etc. 

Old battery and cliffs at Sea- 
ford, Sussex, etc. 

Tenby, South Wales. 



1853- 


6.5 
875 


1855- 


II88 


IS56. 


1131 


1857- 


588 


1858. 


4^7 




443 


1859. 


466 

428 



FENNER, Charles Painter. 

Hamptoti Wick. 
i86t. 384 Near Leith Hill, Surrey. 

FENNER, J Painter. 

5, Hays Place, Lisson Grove. 
1838. 952 View on the Thames. 

FENNESSY, Mrs. R.J. (Emily). 

Sculptor. 

37, Brunswick Square. 
1873. 1412 Medusa awakening; sketch. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fennessy, Mrs. R. J. (Emily) — con- 
tinued. 

24, Gloucester Road, 

Regenfs Park. 

1882. 1629 Friend or foe? an Eastern 

sketch. With R. le Grand 
Jolmston. 

1883. 1618 Henry CourtenaySelous, Esq.; 

bust, terra-cotta. 

PENNING, A. R. G Architect. 

46, Lincoltis Inn fields. 
1897. 1835 Presbyterian Theological Col- 
lege, Cambridge. IVith JV. 
H. Seth-Smith. 

FENOULHET, W Painter. 

40, Duke Street, 

Bartliolomnds Hospital. 
1836. 385 Sketch from nature. {Fenoulhei 
in the index, but T. A. Fir- 
minger in the catalogue.) 

15, Wilson Street. 
1839. 479 Sketch from nature near Val 
d'Aoste, Spain. 
6s7 On the Thames near Mill Wall. 

FENTON, Miss Annie Grace. 

Painter. 

84, Lansdoivne Road, 

Notting Hill. 

1877. 122 "True to her nature, unto vir- 

tue true, etc." 
382 " The mouth with steady sweet- 
ness set, etc." 
1354 Faith. 

1878. 35 An English girl three hundred 

years ago. 

1879. 400 Little Maimoune. 

795 From the sunny south. 

8, Park Hill, Richmond. 

1880. 19 "Late." 

1881. 500 " May the Gods so speed me as 

I love the name of honour 
more than I fear death." 

1882. 528 "Where is another sweet as 

my sweet, etc." 

1883. 127 Mistress Dorothy. 

Westcombe Lodge, Hayes. 
1885. 446 " O rare, pale Margaret." 

FENTON, Miss Dora. 

Miniature Painter. 

The Lait'n, Sutton-on-Hull. 
1904. 1 165 Ethel. 

1273 Emmeline. 

FENTON, Enos Painter. 

West Smithfield. 
1839. 909 Sketch at Hampstead. 



FENTON, F Painter. 

1 4, Gibraltar Row. 
1802. 158 Brake burner. 

FENTON, Roger Painter. 

2, Albert Terrace, 

Lis son Grove. 

1849. 603 From Tennyson's ballad of the 

May Queen. " You must 
wake and call me early, 
etc." 

1850. 71 The letter to Mamma: What 

shall we write? 

1851. 148 "There's music in his very 

steps as he comes up the 
stairs." 

FENTON, Miss Rose M. ... Painter. 

84, Lansdoivne Road. 
1877. 191 "A rose but one, none other 
rose had I, etc." 

Westcombe Lodge, Hayes. 

1885. 553 Mrs. Roger Fenton. 

FERARESI, V Architect. 

(In the service of His Majesty the King 
of the Two Sicilies.) 

60, Haymarket. 
1780. 435 Front of the workhouse for 
condemned women. ( V. 
Fararesi in Catalogue.') 

FERGUSON, Charles J., F.SA. 

Architect. 

50, English Street, Carlisle. 

1 88 1. 10S7 Parish room, Crosthwaite, Kes- 

wick, to the memory of 
George Goodwin, son of the 
Bishop of Carlisle. 

1882. 1106 The Stanley Tower, Newark 

Castle, Cumberland. 
15, Dean's Yard, Westminster, 
and do. 
1884. 1237 Library window, Muncaster 
Castle. 
1259 Church at Seascale, Cumber- 
land. 

The new court. 

The Turret. 

Wicket to the new 

court. 
The new court. 
The turret stair. 
The Stanley staircase. 
The Stanley Tower. 
The Bridge. 

1886. 1556 Additions to Milton Hall, Cum- 

berland. 

1887. 1603 Town Hall, Carlisle. 
1723 Dovenby Hall, etc. 



885. 


1844 


' 




1845 






1846 






1847 \ 


s,^ 




IS83 
1884 






1885 


1^ 




1886 





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99 



g, Dean's Yard. 

1890. 1802 Seascale church, Cumberland. 

1 7, CoTvley Street, Westminster. 

1895. 1521 Badsworth Grange, Yorkshire. 

1896. 1790 Bamburgh Castle, etc. 

42, Clarevil/e Grove, 

South Kensini^ton. 
1899. 1822 The Garden house — Fairlawn, 
Kent. 

FERGUSON, James Painter. 

21, King Street, 

Covent Garden. 

1817. 125 Sketch from nature. 
169 do. do. 

1818. 296 Landscape and waterfall; a 

sketch. 
340 Scene from nature. 

3, Broivn Square, Edinburgh. 
1820. 392 View near Downe Lodge, Perth- 
shire, the seat of the Earl of 
Moray; Ben Ledi in the dis- 
tance. 

423 Coast scene; study. 

424 Landscape composition. 

1822. 150 River scene. 

152 View on the Clyde. 

1823. 265 View in Perthshire. 

FERGUSON, James, D.C.L., F.R.S. 

Architect. 

20, Langham Place. 
1850. 1192 Design for a National Gallery 

for Painting and Sculpture. 
1864. 787 Design for the Albert Memorial, 

Hyde Park. 

FERGUSON, J. Knox Painter. 

I Iff, Standwick Place, 

Edinburgh. 

1886. 407 Chatterton: morning of 25th 

August, 1770. 

1887. 328 Rashleigh and Francis Osbal- 

diston. 

FERGUSON, James M Painter. 

War Office, 4, Neici Street, 

Spring Gardens. 
777 Old beech trees, from Brox- 
bournbury Park, Herts. 

9, Myddelton Square. 
771 Glen Fallach. 
879 Autumn. 
674 A beech forest. 
636 The birch and the beech. 
809 Old Mill near Dolgelly, North 

Wales. 
899 The beech and holly bush. 



1867. 



1873 

1874, 

187s 
1876 
1877 



FERGUSON, John Mansfield. 

Architect. 

50, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
1876. 987 House in Broad Street, Read- 
ing. 

20, Langham L^lace. 
1878. 1037 The Temple of Jerusalem, as 
rebuilt by Herod, etc. 

1882. 1 121 Section of the Parthenon at 

Athens. 
1 122 Interior of the Cella of the 
Parthenon. 

1884. 1341 The Temple of Diana at Ephe- 

sus, etc. 
7, Princess Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1885. 1815 Carton Tower, Stoke Poges, 

Bucks. 

FERGUSON, Miss Marion. 

Sculptor. 

15, EarPs Court Gardens. 

1883. 1547 Miss MacLeod of MacLeod; 

bust, marble. 
1643 Miss Annie Scott; bust, marble. 
1887. 1817 H.R.H. the Duke of Albany; 
bust, marble. 

FERGUSON, W Painter. 

13, Dean's Park, Edinburgh. 
1892. 1037 Daffodils. 

FERGUSON, William J Painter. 

1850. 580 "The sculptured columns 

wrestle but in vain, etc." 

6, Nnvman Street. 

1851. 385 A gleam of sunshine. 

770 View of the Serpentine, from 
the Bridge, Kensington. 

1852. 320 Noon — Herleet Castle. 

1853. 669 Study from nature. 

1S54. 491 Ashford Mill on the Buxton 
road. High Peak, Derby- 
shire. 
1 1 19 The transept, Tintern Abbey. 

1855. 59^ A bit of shade — Lullingstone 

Park, Kent. 

1856. 225 Weeds. 

1857. 282 An old Willow. 

179, Regent Street. 
i860. 120 A glade in the park of Knole, 
Sevenoaks. 
130 Sunshine in October; a study 
on the Thames near Med- 
menham. 
1861. 613 Morning near Wargrave on the 
Thames. 

47, Great Russell Street. 
187 1. 671 An old sand pit at Witney, 
Surrey. 



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Ferguson, William J. — confini/ed. 

1872. 734 Beech trees and fern in " Mark 

Ash," New Forest. 

1873. 875 A monarch of the forest, Alder- 

maston Park. 

1874. 1 149 The House of Holconius, 

Pompeii. 
1165 The house of Ariadne, Pompeii. 

1877. 838 Taormina and Mount Etna, 

Sicily. 

1878. 667 A glade of oaks in the New 

Forest. 
801 A glade of beeches at midday. 

FERNELEY, C. L Painter. 

Melton Mowbray. 
1868. 46 Horses. 

FERNELEY, C. N Painter. 

Melton Moivbray. 
1851. 1155 View on the Lancashire Coast 
from Barrow Isle. 

FERNELEY, Miss Edith Helen. 

Miniature Painter. 

17, Alma Square, 

St. John's Wood. 

1900. 1430 Portrait of a lady. 

1901. 1372 Evie, daughter of the late Bruce 

Goldie, Esq. 
I, West End Mansions, 

West Hampstead. 

1902. 1225 Ethel, daughter of Edward 

James, Esq. 

FERNELEY, John E Painter. 

Thursington, Leicestershire. 

1806. 596 Mr. Freer. 

919 L. Smith, Junr., Esq. 

1807. 125 Portrait of a hunter and Groom. 
171 Portrait of a gentleman and his 

horse. 
5 1 9 Portraits of setters, the property 

of Mr. Lambert. 
534 Portrait of a famous setter. 

Melton Mo7obray. 
1 81 7. 41 Card players. 
1819. 769 Portrait of J. Mills, Esq., on 
horseback. 

1821. 553 A groupe: containing the por- 

traits of horses, grooms and 
harriers, belonging to J. 
Morant, Esq. 

1822. 407 Portrait of a horse. 
1825. 505 Fox hunting. 

1S28. 386 Portraits of the well-known 
race horse Glenartney and 
his jockey, George Edwards; 
painted for tiie Earl of Jersey. 



1828. 
1831. 

1839. 



1847. 
1849. 



476 



537 



A Groupe of children, poney 
and ass. 

Portraits of Sir Richard Sutton, 
Bart., and his hounds, with 
portraits of gentlemen of the 
Lincoln Hunt, etc. 
843 Portraits of three hunters, the 
property of a gentleman. 

Melton Moiiibray, and 20, 
Petersburg Place, Bayswater. 

1844. 218 Portrait of the celebrated Mel- 
tonian. 

413 Huntsmen and dogs. 

64 Portrait of a hunter. 

551 The Cur, the winner of the 
Cffisarwitch Stakes at New- 
market, 1848. 
1850. 310 Portraitsoftwohunters— Sambo 
and Pilot, the property of 
Lord Gardner. 

536 Portrait of F. Grant, Esq., 
A.R.A., on a favourite 
hunter. 
1853. 1053 Group of dogs. 

FERRARI, Giuseppe Painter. 

The Elms, Chudkigh. 
1877. 889 A street in Tunis. 
10, Canal Cottages, 

Bude, Corniiiall. 
1883. 1401 A study. 

FERREIRA, Gustavus Adolphus. 

Painter. 

16, Norton Street. 

1845. 625 A road scene — Devon. 

Mount Radford, Exeter. 

1846. 672 The Glen, Chudleigh, Devon. 
1080 A dapper bridge, Dartmoor. 

1847. 94' On the Teign, Gidley Park, 

Devon. 
1S49. 322 A Mill near Chudleigh, Devon. 
Chudleigh, Devon. 
1856. 1129 Looking down the Glen — 

morning. 

FERRERS, Vice-Admiral Washing- 
ton, 5th Earl of ... Naval Architect. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 
379 The elevation, horizontal, and 
vertical sections of the Active 
schooner, a yacht belonging 
to the Earl of Ferrers. 

The elevation, horizontal, and 
vertical sections of a Frigate 
built yacht. 

The elevation, horizontal, and 
vertical sections of a vessel 
designed to be clincher 
built. 



1775- 



380 



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1084 




"33 


T838. 


1103 


1842. 


997 




999 




1081 




1092 


1849- 


1 140 




1173 




1187 



FERREY, Benjamin Architect. 

105, Great Russell Street. 
1834. 941 Restoration of Priory Cliurch 
at Christchurch, Hants, etc. 
85, Great Russell Street. 
1837. 1083 View of Bournemouth, a new 
marine neighbourhood on 
the estate of Sir G. W. T. 
Gervis, Bart., M.P., etc. 
Baths at Bournemouth. 
Mansion in Surrey. 
Hall, residence in Surrey. 
7, Bedford Street, 

Bedford Sipiare. 
Church of St. Nicholas, East 

Grafton, Wilts. 
Chapel of Holy Trinity, Roe- 

hampton. 
House at Cliff, near Dorchester, 

for Charles Porcher, Esq. 
Design. 
I, Trinity Place, 

Charing Cross. 
Training School at Worcester. 
Episcopal palace, Wells. 
St. Stephen's Church, West- 
minster, built by Miss Bur- 
dett Coutts. 
1850. 1 27 1 Elizabethan house at Wimble- 
don Park. 
Buildings in Ireland. 
Cambridge Asylum, etc. 
Design, bleaching establish- 
ment. 
Killyleagh Castle, for Lord 

Dufferin. 
Bulstrode, for the Duke of 

Somerset. 
Wynnstay, for Sir W. Wynn. 
Clandeboye, seat of Lord 

Dufiferin. 
Romsey abbey church, etc. 
Church at Taunton. 

15, Spring Gardens. 

1877. 1223 Bagshot House, for H.R.H. 

the Duke of Connaught. 

FERRIER, C. A Engraver. 

9, Red Lion Court. 
1869. 1115 Life at O.xford and twenty years 
afterwards — meeting of the 
chums; engraving. 

FERRIER, George Straton. 

Painter and Etcher. 

30, Danube Street, Edi?iluirgh. 

1878. 751 At Auchmithie, Forfarshire. 
1880. 1345 The herring fleet leaving Wick 

harbour; etching. 



1854. 
1857- 


.238 
1008 
1016 


i86i. 


66i 




693 


1865. 


705 
787 


1866. 
186S. 


763 
854 



458 

5" 

S17 



41, Heriot Row, Edinburgh. 

1892. 1471 Aberlady Bay. 

1893. 1369 Moss troopers. After R. B. 

Nisbet. 

FERRIER, James Painter. 

1 2, Queen Street, Edinburgh. 
1873. 1 341 In Glen Cannick, Inverness- 
shire. 

FERRIERE, Francis. 

Miniature Painter. 
At Mr. Chalon's, 

High Street, Kensington. 

1793. 71 Portraits of a child and dog. 

{Miss Chalon.) 
581 View of the City of Geneva, 

taken from Chatelaine. 
748 Portrait of a gentleman. 
750 do. do. 

3, Bedford St., Bedford Square. 

1794. 458 Portrait of a gentleman. 
do. do. 
do. do. 

15, Cleveland Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 

1795. 524 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Sandby.) 

525 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Ramsly.) 

526 Portrait of a lady of quality. 
{Lady Elizabeth Montagu.) 

527 Portrait of a lady of quality. 
{Lady C. iMontagu.) 

528 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Ferriere.) 

529 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Thomson^ 

540 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 
Ferriere.') 

4, York Street, 
Queen Anne Street East. 

1796. 375 Portrait of a young lady. 
612 Three portraits. {Miss Picket 

and Armedon, Esq.) 

iTj"]. 1022 A frame of nine miniatures. 

{Mr. Hill, Sir C. B. Rouse's 

sons, Rev. Mr. Mercier, Mr. 

Chersey, Mr. Georges, Hon. 

Miss P. Lamb, Mr. Baker, 

Hon. Miss Lamb.) 
179S. 859 Mademoiselle d'Alpi. 
1799. 686 The Count d'Artois. 
727 Miss Amherst. 
750 A study. 
S04 The Countess of Dalkeith, 

Lord Scott, and Lady Ann 

Montague. 
S12 The Hon. James Stopford and 

the Hon. Edward Stopford. 



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Ferriere, Francis — continued. 

65, Queen Anne Street. 

1800. 876 Hon. George Lamb. 

1 80 1. 756 Mr. Chiral and Mr. Audinet. 
757 Colonel Campbell, first regi- 
ment, North British Militia. 

771 Mr. De Cheman. 

775 Lady Charlotte Campbell. 

777 Captain Boughton, late of the 

Surrey Dragoons. 
784 Mr. Artaud. 
808 Mrs. De Cheman. 
824 Portrait of himself. 

1802. 475 Master Ferriere. 
822 Hon. Miss Lambe. 

1803. 425 Miss Windham. 
428 Lord Amherst. 

780 Portrait of the daughter of Mr. 
Hapbur. 

1804. 126 Portrait of a lady. 
135 Mrs. Hebburne. 
690 Mr. Cuthel. 

718 Lady C. Douglas in a Turkish 

dress. 
750 Mr. WiUiams. 

41, Graft07i Street East. 

1817. 658 Portrait of his son. 

756 Mrs. Chinner and a lady. 
766 Portrait of his daughter-in-law. 
59, Upper Marylebone Street. 

1818. 121 Portrait of himself 

662 Portraits of W. Drew, Esq., and 
Mr. L. Ferriere. 

1819. 19 Mr. Davies. 

44 Portrait of a gentleman. 
73 The Association of Ideas. 

503 An imitation of a bronze basso- 

relievo. 

504 do. do. do. 
710 Mr. Brown. 

762 Mr. Chabaud. 

1820. 47 Mrs. Ansby. 
93 Miss Muss. 

460 Mrs. Davies. 

478 Imitation of three ivory basso- 
relievos. 

1821. 454 Imitation of a basso-relievo. 
455 do. do. do. 
478 Mrs. Jones. 

1822. 765 Miss Louisa Jane Johnson of 

Shrewsbury. 
799 Dr. Jas. Proud Johnson, Phy- 
sician to the Salop Infirmary. 



FERRIERE, L 

1817 



Miniature Painter. 

4 1 , Graft on Street JLast. 



687 Portrait of a gentleman. 
I, Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 
1822. 73; R. B. Dean, Esq. 



1824. 752 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1826. 602 do. lady. 
650 Miss Phillips. 

816 Portrait of his son. 

1827. 856 Portrait of Mr. Beverley, Sur- 

geon and Naturalist to the 
Expedition lately set off to 
the North Pole. 

31, Keppel Street. 

1828. 897 The Hon. Miss Arundell. 



FERRIS, E Painter. 

6, Rochester Road. 
1885. 1430 The hayfield. 

FERRY and WALLEN ...Architects. 

I 7, Elder St., Spital Square. 
1811. 797 Villa at Leyton. 



FEW, Mrs. C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1806. 853 A lilac. 



FEYEN-PERRIN, Alfred. See P. 



FEYL, Madame De. See D, voL ii, 
page 292. 



FFELAN, Joseph. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

41, G rat ton Road, 

Sinclair Road, JV. 
1902. 1583 Stained glass. 

15, Maclise Road, Kensington. 
1904. 1606 St. John the Evangelist; 
stained glass. 
1635 Stained Glass. " Behold the 
Bridegroom cometh." 



FFITCH, G. S Painter. 

2, Terrace, Davies Street, 

Berkeley Square. 
1839. 303 Mrs. R. Almack. 
407 D. Mills, Esq. 

22, Davies Street. 

1842. 41 R. L. Tweedale, Esq. 

201, Ficcadilly. 

1843. 480 A portrait. 
647 Fruits. 

Maidenhead. 

1846. 392 Just awake. 

1847. 147 A portrait. 
215 do. 



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103 



FFOULKES, Charles J.... 


..Painter. 




Jl'atih Bell Studios, Rye. 


1897. 


759 The Princess waits 
for deliverance. 






760 The saint over- 


The 




comes the dra- 


[ Story of 




gon. 


St. George. 




761 And receives his 






reward. J 






137, Fulham Road. 


1901. 


584 Vanity. 


FIDLE 


R. Gideon Painter. 



Tiffont-Magna, Salisbury . 

1890. 16+0 Our tame pigeon. 

1894. 1154 The devil's snuffbox. 

1895. 891 Playing pigs. 
1099 In Gamle Norge. 

1896. 1202 Cuckoo lambs. 

1897. 1343 " Histy-tisty, four and fifty. 

How many years shall I 
live? " 
1363 A queen upon her throne. 

1900. 1293 Near Old Sarum. 

1317 "A simple child, that lightly 
draws its breath." 

1320 "Hip'ra! here's the picture 
man." 

1 90 1. 1162 Heavenly weather. 

1902. 986 " Now let 's run." 

FIDLER, Harry Painter. 

Tiffont Magna., Salisbury. 

1891. 1629 Christmas Eve, '90. 
1636 A fruitful land. 

1659 "Hark! hark! the dogs do 

bark ! " 
1672 "The Lord giveth, and the 

Lord taketh." 
1675 Victimised by golf. 

Merry Hill, Bushey. 
1897. 1681 "The true success is to la- 
bour." 

FIDLER, J Architect. 

At Mr. Yenn, Charlotte St., 

Bedford Square. 

1784. 509 Design for an entrance to a 

park. 

Do., and Clerkenwell Green. 

1785. 627 Design for a casine. 

1786. 451 do. an assembly Room. 

1787. 475 do. a park entrance. 

FIDLER, J., Junr Painter. 

23, Spa Fields. 
1796. 474 View of Haughnians Abbey, 
Salop. 



1797. 371 The Great Hall, Conway Castle. 
710 Four views on the Wye, near 

Monmouth. 

Monmouth. 

1798. 492 Rhayaderswy on the Wye. 
523 The new wire on the Wye. 

1802. 668 View of Bangor, North Wales. 

1803. 512 The old \Ve!sh bridge, Shrews- 

bury. 



FIELD, B. C 

1820. 108 A spaniel. 



Painter. 



FIELD, Miss E. W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1828. 780 Composition of fruit and 

flowers. 

1830. 576 Fruit and flowers from nature. 

1833- 564 The Poeonia Montan or Chi- 
nese tree, Poeony and other 
flowers from nature. 

1836. 567 Fruit and flowers. 

FIELD, Miss Frances A Painter. 

9, Merton Street, Oxford. 

1882. 928 Primroses. 

1883. nil June roses. 

FIELD, Freke Painter. 

Letchrnere, Ham, Surrey. 
1890. 460 Le matin. 
1892. 980 L'attente. 

59, Glebe Studios, Chelsea. 
1894. 1108 Gladys; a portrait. 

FIELD, H. C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
181 1. 753 View on the Thames. 
1818. 868 Dog's head. 

1821. 1061 Medallic portrait of a lady. 

1822. 964 do. do. H. Field, 

Esq. 

1824. 479 Spaniel and dead game. 

1825. 310 Dead game. 

1829. 152 Head of a spaniel. 

1830. 109 Study of a puppy's head. 

1 83 1. 47 Spaniels and dead game. 
1833. 151 Portrait of a favourite spaniel. 
1835. 483 Study from nature — Hornsey. 

FIELD, Henry William ... Medalist. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1822. 953 R. Gott, Esq. 

957 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1823. 1036 Medallic portrait of a gentle- 

man. 
1041 Medallic portrait of J. Fenti- 
man, Esq. 

1824. 941 Portrait of an officer. 



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Field, Henry 'WilUam—Mnfit/ued. 

1825. 940 Medallic portrait of a medical 

gentleman. 

1826. 936 Medallic portrait of a scientific 

gentleman. 

1827. 1043 Portrait of J. F., Esq. 



FIELD, Horace, Senr Architect. 

69, Lincoln^s Inn Fields. 
1854. 1197 Design for a college. 



FIELD, Horace, Junr Architect. 

69, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 

1886. 1675 Wedderburn House, Hamp- 

stead. 

14, Gray's In?i Square. 

1887. 1728 A house, Wedderburn Road. 

1888. 1725 Dining room, 30, Thurlow 

Road. 

1889. 1831 House near Leamington. 

1973 Redington Lodge, Hampstead. 

1890. 1761 31, Daleham Gardens. 

1 8 14 House, Lyndhurst Gardens. 
1892. 1697 House at Milverton. 

1720 Hall, etc., The Hoo, Hamp- 
stead. 

1894. 1565 House at Hook Heath. 

1576 Houses, Gainsborough Gar- 
dens. 

246, Regent Street. 

1895. 1438 Hampstead Library. 

1896. 1734 House, Hampstead. 

I, Langhant Chambers. 

1898. 1780 General Railway offices, York. 
1781 Houses at Hampstead. 

1785 N. E. Railway, York. 

1899. 1717 A farmery at Burton. 

1900. 1908 House near Cambridge. 

1902. 1377 Houses, Hampstead. 

1903. 1658 Premises, Portugal Street, W.C. 

1904. 1437 Offices, N. E. Railway, Cowley 

Street. 
1555 House, Els worthy Road, Hamp- 
stead. 



FIELD, James Architect. 

At Mr. Robinson's, 

9, Great Surrey St?vet. 

1819. 1097 Design for a park Entrance. 

1820. 934 Nobleman's mansion. 

52, Lothbury. 

1821. 97; Design for a royal palace. 

1822. 882 do. church. 

32, Newington Place. 
1824. 848 Sessions house, Newington. 

5, Sailers' Hall, Cannon St. 
1834. 930 Literary Institution, Brighton. 



Adelaide Place, London Bridge. 
1S35. 1029 Grammar School, Stockwell. 
1836. 965 do. Southwark. 

997 Chapel, Great Dover Street, 
Southwark. 



FIELD, 

1800. 
1803. 

1804. 

1807. 

1808. 
1809. 



1817. 
1818. 



1819. 



John M Painter. 

Ill, Strand. 
779 View from the cottage side of 
the Serpentine River. 
A View of North Down, near 
Margate. 

do. do. 

A View in Buckinghamshire. 
Painted on plaster of Paris. 
A View in Hyde Park. 

7, Great Newport Street. 
624 View in a lane near Chertsey, 
Surrey. 

At Mr. Alier's, iii, Strand. 
421 A View on the sea coast. 
477 A pencil sketch ; view from 

nature. 
344 View of the Peak Canal, Derby- 
shire. 
349 A View on the Thames. 



600 

6S4 
671 

672 



I8II. 


262 


Evening — 


a study 


Tom nature. 


I8I3. 


647 


A portrait 






ISI4. 


644 


Landscape on plaster of Paris. 




648 


do. 




do. 


I8I5. 


6<;S 


do. 




do. 




669 


do. 




do. 




681 


do. 




do. 


I8I6. 


6,4 


do. 




do. 






View 


between 


Hampton 



Court and Ditton. 
672 Landscape on plaster of Paris. 

View in Monmouthshire. 
569 Landscape upon plaster of 

Paris. 
574 do. do. 

626 View at Thames Ditton, look- 
ing towards Hampton Court. 

Painted upon plaster of 

Paris. 
631 A Landscape — evening. 

Painted upon plaster of 

Paris. 
638 View on the Coast — morning. 

Painted upon plaster of 

Paris. 
685 Landscape. Painted upon 

plaster of Paris. 
998 A distant view of Stackpool 

Court, Pembrokeshire. 

1820. 866 A pass, as described on the 

Andes, South America. 
872 View near the Kentish coast. 

182 1. 463 Landscape — evening. 



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1822. 811 Landscape upon plaster of 

I'aris. 
841 Thames Ditton ferry, looking 
towards Kingston. 

1823. 524 Cottages at Henbury, near 

Blaze Castle, Gloucester- 
shire. 
530 Distant View of Penarth Point, 
near Cardiff. 

1824. 535 View on the Bristol river, near 

Rownham. 

1825. 427 Stoke house, Stapleton, the 

seat of the Duchess of Beau- 
fort.' 
768 Part of the Lawn and Keep, 
Cardiff Castle. 

1826. 716 Newport, Monmouthshire. 

1829. 498 River scene — evening. 

1830. 452 Rownham Ferry from Clifton. 
(Profilist to Her Majesty and H.R.H. the 

Princess Augusta.) 

1 1, Si rand. 

1831. 549 Winkle Gate, Southampton. 
(Profilist to Their Majesties.) 

2, Strand. 

1835. 441 Chalybeate Well, High Har- 

rowgate. 
4S8 View on High Harrowgate 
Common, Yorkshire. 
(Profile Painter to their Majesties and 
H.R.H. the Princess Augusta.) 

1836. 664 Landscape a la Silh6uette, con- 

taining upwards of twenty- 
five profiles on the detail, 
etc., etc. 

FIELD, M Architect. 

Christ's Hospital. 

1832. 1008 Design for Fishmongers' Com- 

pany's new Hall. 

FIELD, Hon. Mrs Painter. 

1825. 71 Study from nature in Kensing- 
ton Gardens. {Eithertheyear 
or number is wrong. I wrote 
it in 1873, and cannot now 
find it in the cata/ogi/e.) 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1830. 556 Great Malvern; a study from 

nature. 

1831. 555 View at Sunbury. 

FIELD, Mrs. Mary F Painter. 

25, Church Row, Hampstead. 

1892. 491 Daisy. 

Chestnut Lodge, Hampstead. 

1893. 642 "A child — a fragment of the 

morn, a piece of spring." 
1S96. 774 A little cottage beauty. 
111. 



1897. 960 "Round her slim neck The 

Keepsake chain she wears." 

1898. 53 Little Patience. 

820 "A rosebud set with little 
wilful thorns, etc." 
1 90 1. 244 Heirlooms. 
1904. 408 Phoebe. 

FIELD, R Painter. 

Halifax, Nova Scotia. 
1810. 139 Sir A. Cochrane, K.B. 

FIELD, S Miniature Painter. 

1803. 748 Portrait of a gentleman. 

FIELD, Samuel Architect. 

IT,, Beaufort Bui/dings, Strand. 
1845. iioi Design for manual labour 
schools for the Indian Youth 
of Canada West, etc. 

FIELD, T Architect. 

30, Clerkenwell Close. 

1783. 415 Design for a Temple of Peace. 

1784. 468 do. the principal front 

of a chapel. 

1785. 465 Section of a design for a house 

of correction for Middlesex. 



FIELD, W 

1838. 1210 Mansion. 



Architect. 



FIELD, Walter, A.R.W.S. ... Painter. 

Squires Mount, Hampstead. 

1856. 21 A home study. 

1857. 1157 Darning stockings. 

1858. 181 The orphans. " Thou, like the 

sunne, dost with indifferent 
ray, etc." 

1859. 330 " Men were deceivers ever." 
642 A member of the family. 

i860. 160 Choristers feeding the poets of 
the air at the tomb of Walter 
von Der Vogelweide. In an 
old chronicle is recorded this 
Minnesinger's wish to be 
entombed where the birds 
(from whom he had learned 
so much of the mystery of 
his art) might sing over his 
resting-place. 
189 A Miss in her teens. 
1 86 1. 31 An afternoon sketch. 

145 John Rolt, Esq., Q.C., M.P. 

for West Gloucestershire. 
576 The prisoner's hour, 1664. 

After the accession of Cliarles 
n, Colonel Hutchinson w.is im- 
prisoned at Deal in Sanilowne 
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1S62. 

1863. 
1864. 



1865. 
1866. 

1867. 



1868. 
1869. 
1870. 



1871. 



507 
547 
401 
81 
536 



Field, Walter, A.R. W.S.—conti7iued. 

Castle, a place so unhealthy as to 
cause his death. His wife at length 
obtained leave for him to walk 
on the beach with a guard; but 
it was then too late to save his 
life. 

The Vale of Health. 
First of October. 
Pastoral. 

Home Park, Sonning, Berks. 
Water lilies. " Glide gently, 
thus for ever glide, O 
Thames ! " — Wordsworth. 
64 Midsummer day. 
38 A cool day. 
249 An empty cart. 
73 Evening — the grass cut down. 
"Happy labour! holy pain ! 
etc." 
234 Waste water from the mill. 
350 Morning — before the mowing. 

" Dream at morn, etc." 
47 Under the willows. 
382 Towing home. 
434 "The gentle wind bloweth. 
The happy cow loweth, The 
merry stream floweth. For 
all below." 
610 A river idyll. 

555 The milkmaids' song to Isaac 
Walton. " Come live with 
me and be my love, etc." 
A grey day on the Thames — 

Oxon. 
Mill garden. 
A Thames backwater. 
69 After the day's work. 
501 "Come unto these yellow sands, 

etc." 
1036 "Thine is the tranquil hour, 

purpureal eve, etc." 
126 South-west wind — Hampstead 

Heath. 
349 Sonning-on-Thames. " Heav- 
en's own drapery of summer 
mist, etc." 
East Heath Studio, Hampstead. 
Backwater above Henley-on- 
Thames. 
Sir Thomas More in his garden 
at Chelsea visited by Henry 

vni. 

1882. 448 Persecuted, but not forsaken: 
Hampstead Heath during 
the Five Mile act in 1687. 
"Puritan congregationscould 
meet only by night or in 
waste places . . . Death 
being denounced to both 
preachers and hearers." 



1872. 
1873- 

1874. 
1875- 



605 

738 
1159 



64 



242 



1883. 1490 Izaac Walton and scholar " hye- 

ing home" to Tottenham 
High Cross "under that 
sweet honeysuckle hedge." 

1884. 1530 Hay field, sunshine, wind and 

showers. 
1886. 773 Chaucer: dawn of English 

poetry. " He is the poet of 

the dawn, etc." 
1888. 250 Carting hay in broken weather. 
1899. 932 Mother earth. 



FIELDER 

18 1 7. 435 A dead bird. 



Painter. 



FIELDER, Mrs. J. N Sculptor. 

72, Grande Rue, Boulogne. 
1857. 1223 Horse play. 
{Mrs. J. N. in index, Mrs. E. H. in 
catalogue.) 

FIELDING, Anthony Copley Van- 
dyke Painter. 

50, Charles St., Berners Street. 

181 1. 399 View of the abbey of Dryburg, 

the seat of the Earl of Bu- 
chan on the Tweed, Scot- 
land. 

1812. 17 Morning. 

15, Grafton Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
1 8 14. 478 Evening. 

18 16. 302 View down the Vale of Llan- 

beris, Caernarvonshire. 

1817. 448 View of Dieppe in Normandy. 
26, Newman Street. 

1818. 844 View of Brydal Water, West- 
morland. 

1819. 152 A sketch. 

1 82 1. 74 A View on the Valais, Switzer- 
land. 

1829. 240 View near Killin, Perthshire. 
397 Distant view of Winchester: a 

shower passing off. 

1830. 320 Fishing boats in a gale at Spit- 
head. 

1831. 275 Landscape — morning; scene 
from the first book of the 
^neid — Venus, disguised as 
a huntress, meets yEneas and 
directs him to Carthage. 

1832. 114 A sea piece. 

1833. 149 Landscape. 

1834. 104 A View in Sussex. 

1835. 281 Scene on the sands at Shore- 
ham Harbour. 

1842. 12 A View of Bolton Abbey, York- 
shire. 

Founded in the twelfth century, 
the choir and transepts are in 



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ruins, but the nave is still kept 
holy, ami preserved in perfect 
repair as the parish church of the 
village of Bolton. 

A slately priory was reared, etc. 
— IVordsworlh. 

{From the numbers in the catalogues I believe 
all the above were oil paintings!) 

FIELDING, Miss Eliza M. . Painter. 

1848. 52 Thf old woman and children. 

FIELDING, P. F Painter. 

50, Castle Street East. 
1S08. 526 View iiear Stanground, Lin- 
colnshire. 
15, Charles St., Berne rs Street. 
1 810. 545 View near Cockermouth in 
Cumberland. 

26, Neivman Street. 
1826. 448 View in Cumberland. 
( This is probably by Thales Fielding, the T. 
being misprinted F.) 



FIELDI 



1799. I 



1602. 
1812. 

1813. 
1817. 



1822. 


^55 


1825. 


339 


1827. 
1828. 


269 
452 


1829. 


432 


I83I. 
1832. 


34 
562 


1833- 
1834. 

1835- 


231 
.58 



NG, Thales Henry Adolphus. 
Painter. 
Prospect Place, 

St. George's Fields. 
063 View of the North Tyne near 
Billingham, Northumber- 
land. 
74, Charlotte Street, 

Portland Place. 
394 ViewofEmpringham, Rutland- 
shire. 
15, Villiers Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
637 Four views of English ruins. 

33, Union St., Somers Toivn. 
143 A carpenter's shop. 
4, Bridgewater Street, 

Somerstoicn. 
130 The head of St. Peter. 

13, New Road. 
336 Portrait of a lady. 

26, Newman Street. 
Portraits of two ladies. 
Scene on the banks of the 

Thames. 
Monsieur Delacroix. 
Landscape with cows. 
Scene on the beach at Hast- 
ings. 
34 A cattle piece. 

Cedric conducting Richard and 
Wilfred over the castle at 
the funeral of Athelstane. 
Vide " Ivanhoe." 
Landscape with cattle. 

do. do. 

Distant view of Corfe Castle. 



1836. 390 Scene looking over the Bay of 

Weymouth, with cattle. 

1837. 80 View of Caerphilly Castle, Gla- 

morganshire. 

FIGGINS, Vincent Painter. 

1838. 85 Boxmoor, near Hemcl Hemp- 

stead. 
152 Lane scene near Walford. 

8, ] I 'ha r ton Street. 

1839. 429 Railway bridge near Watford. 
444 Part of the coronation fair. 

17, Park Terrace, Highbury. 
1843. 5*5 Hastings from Fairlight. 

FIGGIS, Miss Kathleen E. 

Miniature Painter. 

Montagu Grove, Hampstead. 
1904. 1233 A portrait. 

FIGGIS, T. Phillips Architect. 

5, Adelaide Place, 

Londoft Bridge. 

1887. 1693 Design: St. Paul's Church, 

Kensington. 

1888. 1910 Boudoir: 21, Harley Street. 

1889. 1937 Church of Good Shepherd, 

Gospel Oak. 

1890. 1750 House near Hampton Court. 
1895. 1553 Cottages at Harrow. 

28, Martin's Lane, Cannon St. 

1898. 1659 Shop and offices, Guildford. 

1899. 1813 Cripples' home, Lingfield Co- 

lony. 
1901. 1675 House at Merstham. 

1903. 1475 Inebriates' Home, Lingfield 

Colony. 

1904. 1613 House at Wray Common, Rei- 

gate. 

FIGGIS (T. P.) and WILSON (R. H.). 

Architects. 

5, Adelaide Place. 
1890. 1 713 Free Library, Netting Hill. 

FILDES, Luke, P.A Painter. 

77, Newman Street. 

1868. 729 Nightfall. 

52, Hunter Street. 

1869. 557 The loosened team. 

1870. 854 Two of the illustrations to 

" Edwin Drood." 
22, King Henry's Road, 

Primrose Hill. 

1 87 1. 628 "The Empty Chair." — Gads 

Hill, Ninth of June, 1870. 

1872. 997 Fair, quiet, and sweet rest. 

" How sweet it were, hear- 
ing the downward stream, 
etc." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fildes, 


Luke, R.A. — coniimied. 


1873- 


960 Simpletons. 


1874. 


504 Applicants for admission to a 




casual ward. " Dumb, wet, 




silent horrors ! Sphinxes set 




up against that dead wall 




and none likely to be at the 




pains of solving them until 




the general overthrow." — 




Charles Dickens. 


1875- 


1221 Betty. 


1876. 


476 The widower. 




II, Melbury Road, 




Holland Park. 


1877. 


1059 Playmates. 




(Elected A.R.A.) 


1879. 


63 The return of a penitent. "And 




every woe a tear may claim. 




Except an erring sister's 




shame." 


1881. 


310 Doubts. 




314 Dolly. 




378 A Venetian. 


1882. 


268 Nina. 


1883. 


515 The Village Wedding. 


1884. 


390 Venetian life. 




747 A Venetian flower girl. 


1885. 


559 Venetians. 




861 Rosetta. 


1886. 


61 The flower girl. 




288 A daughter of the Lagoons. 


1887. 


185 Mrs. Luke Fildes. 




386 Mrs. W. L Agnew. 




(Elected R.A.) 


1888. 


63 A school girl. Diploma work. 


1889. 


307 An al fresco toilet. 




372 Sisters. 


1890. 


20 A daughter of the Ghetto. 




303 Mrs. Thomas Agnew. 




395 Mrs. Robert Borwick. 




467 Portrait of a lady. 


1891. 


57 Mrs. Lockett Agnew. 




199 The doctor. 


1892. 


138 Mrs. Edwin Tate. 




174 Ethel, daughter of T. H. Is- 




may, Esq. 




243 Mrs. Herbert S. Leon. 




412 Jas. J. Bibby, Esq. 




418 Mrs. Bibby. 


1893. 


185 Portrait of a lady. 




247 Mrs. Elliot Lees. 




891 G. B. Wieland, Esq. Presenta- 




tion portrait. 


1894. 


^% Mrs. Robert Yerburgh. 




239 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 




294 Mrs. Pantia Ralli. 


1895. 


22 Mrs. Johnson-Ferguson. 




250 Mrs. Arthur James. 




290 Rolicrt Yerburgh, Esq., M.P. 




568 Frank Bibby, Esq. 



1896. 



The shepherdess. Portrait of 
Mrs. Stuart M. Samuel. 

Mrs. Frank Bibby. 

Frederick Treves, Esq., 
F.R.C.S, surgeon to the 
London Hospital. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

Mrs. Frank Brace. 

Thomas Buzzard, Esq., M.D., 
F.R.C.P., President of the 
Clinical Society of London. 

Mrs. Donaldson. 

Jack, son of Elmer Speed, Esq. 

Mrs. Maple. 

Mrs. Lever. 

Sir Myles Fenton. 

Douglas, son of Elmer Speed, 
Esq. 

Miss Irene Blair. 

John Aird, Esq. 

Violet, daughter of James 
Stern, Esq. 

Elsa, daughter of James Stern, 
Esq. 

Beryl, daughter of Thomas 
Ansdell, Esq. 

Mrs. Tom Craven. 

Miss Wolf Harris. 

Mrs. Kleinwort. 

Mrs. Elmer Speed. 

The Hon. Mrs. Marshall 
Brooks. 

Gegetta. 

His Majesty King Edward the 
Seventh. The state portrait, 
painted by command. 

Lord Pirbright, F.R.S. 

Mrs. James Reynolds and her 
daughter Leila. 



FILDES, Mrs. Luke, formerly Miss 

Fanny Woods Painter. 

1 1, Melbury Road, 

Holland Park. 
1878. 372 Peeling potatoes. 

1412 A Berkshire cottage. 
1883. 772 The new gown. 

FILDES, Miss Lucy. 

Miniature Painter. 

Tal/on Buildings, 

Sale, Lancashire. 
1903. 12S8 A study. 

FILIDEI, A Painter. 

Stoke Penkhall, 

Eldershaw, Staffordshire. 
1863. 11; The country of the Italian 
campaign. 





99 




219 




365 




487 


1897. 


29 




124 




34S 




444 




499 


1898. 


84 




220 




345 


1899. 


4 




73 




197 


1900. 


3> 




85 




154 




274 


I90I. 


91 




198 


1902. 


ij' 




226 


1903. 


143 



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109 



FILKINS, Edwin W Architect. 

35, Mead Road, Gravescnd. 
1904. 146S Design for a town house. 

FILLANS, G Painter. 

1 2, South Bank, Regenfs Park. 
1838. 53 A portrait. 

1 1 , Lower King St., Bloomsbury. 
1840. 990 Mrs. Cochrane. 

FILLANS, James Sculptor. 

5, Higii Holborn. 

1837. 1 189 Basso-relievo. 

1234 Bust in marble of William 

VValkinshaw, Esq. 

1235 Bust in marble of Mrs. Charles 

Tennant. 

1251 Bust in marble of James 
Walkinshaw, Esq. 

1255 Bust in marble of Allan Cun- 
ningham, Esq. 

1 2, South Batik. 

1838. 1304 Marble bust of Archibald 

Hastie, Esq., M.P. for Pais- 
ley, etc. 

1839. 1313 Marble bust (posthumous) of 

the late Archibald Camp- 
bell, etc., for County Hall, 
Paisley. 
1322 Marble bust of Sir Walter 
Scott. 

1840. I '3' A marble bust of Andrew John- 

stone, Esq. 
1145 Marble bust of Robert Napier, 

Esq., Engineer. 
1 162 A model for a marble figure of 

Elizabeth Jane Walkenshaw. 
1 171 A model for a marble bust of 

John Burnet, Esq., F.R.S. 
82, Baker Street. 

1841. 1278 Bust of James Davidson, Esq., 

Glasgow. 

1842. 1289 A bas-relief representing Bac- 

chus and Silenus. 

1374 A model for a marble bust of 
a child. 
1845. 1340 The blind teaching the blind 
to read the Bible by means 
of raised letters. 

1374 Marble bust of Professor Wil- 
son, for his native town. 
Paisley. 

1416 Marble bust of James Ewing, 
Esq., of Levenside, Dum- 
bartonshire. 

145 1 Mrs. Ewing, etc. 

1847. 1326 Madonna. 

1848. 1460 A bust in marble of Colonel 

Mure, M.P. for the county 
of Renfrewshire. 



1849. 1223 Rachel. 

1229 Colossal statue of the late Sir 
James Shaw, Bart., for Kil- 
marnock. 

1850. 1379 Marble bust of William Chand- 

ler, Esq. 
1421 Marble bust of Charles Mclver, 
Esq. 

FINCH, Francis Oliver Painter. 

44, Conduit Street. 

181 7. 622 A study from nature. 

I o, Great Tichfield Street. 

1818. 847 A Landscape; composition. 

1819. 159 A land storm ; do. 

26, Dartmouth Street. 

1821. 423 View of Loch Lomond and its 

islands. 

82, Great Tichfield Street. 

1822. 4S3 Landscape — morning. 

1823. 617 Landscape; composition. 

91; View on the Rhone, Switzer- 
land. 

1824. 426 View of Loch Katrine. 

1825. 468 Castle Campbell, Scotland. 

1826. S58 Sketch for a picture. 

1827. 471 Landscape. 

1828. 542 do. 

1830. 225 A landscape — morning. 

1832. 573 Landscape with cattle. 

FINCH, R Miniature Painter. 

Long Lane, Southwark. 
1795. 512 Portrait of a gentleman. 

FINDEN, George C Engraver. 

21, Talbot Square, LLyde L^xrk. 
1 87 1. 836 The march of Miles Standish. 
After G. H. Boughton. 

II, Paragon, Streatham. 
1874. 1246 The cooper's children at break- 
fast. After E. Frere. 
3, Calmore Road, Balham. 

1879. 1271 Pampered menials. After J. E. 

Hodgson, A.R.A. 

1880. 1272 A despatch from Trebizonde. 

After Henry Wallis 

FINDEN, H Architect. 

38, Upper John Street. 

1833. 1013 Residence at Staplehurst for 

Henry Hoare, Esq. 

FINDEN, J Architect. 

61, Warren Street. 
1800. 9S5 Lodges designed for the en- 
trance of a gentleman's 
grounds. 



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Finden, J. — continued. 

\\,John Street, Fitzroy Square. 
iSio. S36 Cottage, Finchley, for S. Staples, 
Esq. 

1811. 8+6 Lower Assembly Rooms, etc., 

Bath. 

1821. 1039 House, for J. H. Hunt, Esq., 
at Compton, Pauncefort. 

1S38. 1066 Commercial Benevolent Col- 
lege, Barrow Hill Road. 

FINDEN (T.) and LEWIS (T. H.). 

Architects. 

^,John Street, Adelphi. 
1845. U25 Interior of Farringdon Hall, 
for W. Walkin, Esq. 
1150 Mansion — Kensington Palace 
Gardens, for J. M. Blash- 
field, Esq. 
1208 Houses in Upper George 
Street, Portman Square. 

FINDEN and GREEN ... Architects. 

25, Regent Street. 
1841. 9S2 Mansion near Devizes, the seat 
of Edward Francis Colston, 
Esq. 

FINDLATER, William Painter. 

7, Bolton Row, Piccadilly. 
1800. 524 Mr. Massee. 

Charterhouse Square. 

1802. 42 A portrait. 

4, G?-eat Argyll Street. 

1803. 84 Portrait of himself. 

1804. 100 do. a gentleman. 
147 do. a lady. 

7, Bolton Row. 
1810. 259 Mother and children. 

437 Portrait of a gentleman. 
3, Shaftesi'mty Place, 

Aldersgate Street. 

1812. 222 Fair on Lady Wooton's green, 

before the gate of St. Augus- 
tine's Monastery, Canter- 
bury. 

3, Cross Keys Square. 

1 8 14. 606 Portrait of a lady. 

614 do. his brother. 

1815. 759 Stilling the tempest. " And he 

arose, and rebuked the 
wind." 

25, Dean Street, Fetter Lane. 
i8i6. 52 Portrait of a gentleman. 

70 Ravensheuch Castle in Fife- 
.shire: Leith and Edinburgh 
in the distance. 
288 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1817. i2fi do. child. 

249 Portraits of children. 



1817. 2^0 Portrait of an old lady. 

261 do. a gentleman de- 
ceased. 

1818. 257 The Life Guards charging the 

Cuirassiers: Battle of Water- 
loo. 
412 Portrait of a gentleman. 

7, Fur nival' s Inn Court. 

1819. 115 Portrait of a boy. 

1820. 42 do. gentleman. 

182 1. 9 Mrs. EUis. 

II Rev. J. J. Ellis. 
593 Capt. Searle, R.N. 

FINDLAY, J Painter. 

1 3, Duke's Court, Bow Street. 
1827. 1016 View in Milford Lane, Strand. 
1831. 534 In the cloisters of Westminster 
abbey. 

FINDLER, F. Architect. 

1834. 950 Interior. 

FINDLEY, Mrs. Edith A. ... Painter. 

28, Belsizc, Hampstead. 
1890. 1343 A Mountain path. New Zea- 
land. 

FINELLI, C Sculptor. 

Rome. 
1840. 1083 The Birth of Venus. 

FINES, C Wax Modeller. 

14, Guildford Street. 

1833. 1076 Model of the Rev. Mr. Levett. 

1083 do. E. Jesse, Esq., author 

of the " Gleanings of Natural 

History." 

1842. 1 1 88 A portrait in wax of Mr. 

Chabot. 

1843. 1351 A model in wax of Miss Edith 

Chabot. 
1357 A medallic portrait of the late 
Mr. G. Jorden. 

1844. 1256 Portrait in wax of Mr. Craib. 
1846. 1378 A posthumous portrait in wax. 

FINK, Philip Painter. 

30, Gloucester Street, 

Regent's Park. 
1863. 399 A Nubian girl. 

FINLAY, A Painter. 

1 1 , New Nelson Street. 
1840. 434 AViewof Ludlow castle, Salop, 
from the meadows after a 
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15, Commercial Rd., Lambeth. 

1841. 414 View on the Dargle, county of 

Wicklow. 

584 Enniskerry, county of Wicklow. 

50, Paradise Street, Lambeth. 

1848. 285 Landscape composition. 

FINLAY, Alexander Painter. 

128, Hope Street, Glasgow. 
1879. 1436 Tlie Harbour, Kemaquhair. 
1 88 1. 449 "When ye were sleeping on 
your pillows, etc." 

FINLAY, F Architect. 

23, Holywell St., Jl'estmiiistcr. 
1839. 1 188 Station House at Ealing Haven 

on G.W. Railway. 

FINLAY, K.J Painter. 

24, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1855. 263 Miss Hotchkis. 

5, Langham Chambers. 
1 86 1, 200 Burley fishing for the one-eyed 
perch. Vide " My Novel." 
Baliiageith, Torquay. 
1873. 716 Sea view, Isle of Wight. 

1348 Puckpool Point, Isle of Wight. 

FINLAYSON, Alfred Painter. 

1 3, Porteous Road, Paddington. 
1857. 560 Spring flowers. 

13, Tregon Terrace, Clapham. 
1859. 868 Spring and winter. 
i860. 374 Used up. 

5, St. Ann's Road. 

1866. 747 Spring. 

I, Mawbey Terrace, Lambeth. 

1867. 868 Spring. 

FINLEY, W Architect, 

Birmingham. 
1820. 962 Buildings of Southville, Leam- 
ington, etc. 

FINLINSON, Miss Edith M. 

Painter. 

Iron Pear Tree House, 

South God stone. 

1897. 798 Portrait of a lady. 

The Art College, Wimbledon. 

1898. 706 Ruth, daughter of the Rev. 

Edward Adler. 

1899. 479 "The thoughts of youth are 

long, long thoughts." 

FINN, Herbert J Painter. 

I, Victoria Road, Deal. 
1 90 1. 1 109 Canterbury Cathedral. 



FIN NEMORE, Joseph Painter. 

16, Nussington Road, 

Hampstead. 
189 1. 139s Memories. 
1894. 1444 H.R.H. 'I'he Prince of Wales 
shooting at Sandringham. 
76, Cecile Park, 

Crouch Hill, N. 

1898. 1555 The pickpocket. From "Tri- 

via." — John Gay. 

1899. 1209 Treasures. 

Elmstone, Nortlnvood, 

Middlesex. 
1901. 692 The arrival of H.M. Queen 
Alexandra at Paddington 
station on the occasion of 
the funeral of Her late Ma- 
jesty Queen Victoria. 

FINNEY, Mrs. Virginia Painter. 

7, The Avenue, Fulhain Road. 
18S7. 383 " Ma io veggio or la tua mente, 

etc." 

32, Campden Grove. 
1889. 219 Miss Hatfield, daughter of Gil- 
bert Hatfield, Esq. 

FINNIE, John. 

Painter and Engraver. 
II, Queen's Road, Chelsea, 

and Liverpool. 

1 86 1. 514 The doubtful move. 

8, Cambridge Street, Liverpool. 

1862. 13 A member of the Naval Re- 

serve. 
159 The little busy body. 
226 The interlude. 

1863. 518 School fever. 

1864. 352 Home. 

1870. 911 Snowdon. 

1871. 336 The swan's haunt. "Now 

tufty isles the doubtful 
stream divide, etc." 

1872. 349 The stream. "How sweet it 

were, etc." 
359 "The river glideth at his own 
sweet will." 
274, Upper Parliament Street, 
Liverpool. 
1874. 70 On the Conway. 

372 A Cheshire windmill. 

1877. 758 The Bass Rock from North 

Berwick. 
943 A dull day in June. 

1878. 504 "When the west with evening 

glows." 

1879. 603 The meeting of the Mersey and 

the Weaver. 

1880. 632 Near West Kirkby, Cheshire. 



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n — continued. 

20, Huskisson St., Liverpool. 
Clear and cool. 
An English summer day. 
Original mezzotint. 

do. do. 

do. do. 
" The resistless roaring river." 
The brook. 
" And out again I course and 

flow, etc." 
A corner of my studio. 
Original mezzotint. 
St. John's, Chester. 
The litde Orme's Head. 
Original mezzotint. 

do. do. 
Pastures green and quiet waters. 
Margin of Rydal. 
"No water!" 
A lone shore. 
Mezzotint. 
The close of a stormy day — 

Vale of Clwyd. 
Original mezzotint. 
An unprofitable Corner. 
A tragic sunset. 
Common property. 
Fair View., Tyicyn, Llandudno. 
Original mezzotint. 
"The heart of nature." 
In the north Countree. 
A Glen in North Wales. 
Siabod. 
Firs. 
Brombro' mill. 



FIRMIN, R. S Medalist. 

Birmingham. 

18 1 9. II 13 A study. 

13, Strand. 

1820. 953 Model of a lady. 

153, Strand. 

1821. 1023 Head of Paris. 

3, South Square, Gray's Lnn. 
1836. 9S1 Sketch of a medal of his father. 



FIRMINGER, Rev. T. A. C. 

Painter. 

Edmonton. 
1836. 385 Sketch from nature. 
1843. 863 A sketch. 
1871. 447 Native boats, Gowhatti, Assam. 



FISCHER, Edgar H Painter. 

186, Holland Rd., Kensington. 
1903. 331 "Habet!" 



Finnic, 


Joh 


1884. 


97 




546 


1887. 


14S6 




1487 




1488 


1888. 


1627 




1697 




1708 


1889. 


1240 




1692 




1807 


1890. 


1213 




1633 




1693 


1891. 


16S 




1611 


1892. 


64 




1489 


1893. 


1361 


1894. 


28; 




1500 


1896. 


20 


1897. 


28 




5.55 


1898. 


1494 


1899. 


643 




1049 


1900. 


624 


1901. 


551 


1902. 


104 




446 



FISCHER, L. Miniature Painter. 

26, Lower Belgrave I'lace. 
1854. 945 Rev. George Hills. 

looi Hon. Mary Catherine Stan- 
hope, daughter of Viscount 
Mahon. 

1008 Countess of Erdoby. 

1028 Hon. Philip James Stanhope, 
son of Viscount Mahon. 

1036 The two younger children of 
Lord Henniker. 

FISCHER, P Miniature Painter. 

1836. 874 Portrait of a gentleman. 

FISCHER, P Architect. 

4, Upper Spring Street, 

Fortnian Square. 
187 1. 909 North Terrace, Windsor Castle, 
after the alterations by 
George IV and Prince Al- 
bert in 1847. 

FISCHER, T. Paul. 

Miniature Painter. 

2 1 , Palace Place, Pimlico. 

1817. 527 Four specimens of military 

costume and character of 
various nations ; forming part 
of a set belonging to H.R.H. 
The Prince Regent. 

675 Portrait of a lady. 

728 do. do. 

781 H.R.H. Prince Regent. 

1818. 465 Portrait of a lady. 

512 Frame containing four speci- 
mens of the military costume 
and character of various na- 
tions, etc., the property of 
H.R.H. Prince Regent. 

710 Portrait of an infant. 

1819. 955 Portraits of sister and brother. 

29, Loiver Eatoft Street. 
1 82 1. 549 River scene in Germany. 
668 Portrait of a lady. 
857 do. a French lady. 

1823. 640 do. Augusta Chesnut, a 

young Hamburgh lady. 
701 Portrait of a French lady. 
909 Mrs. Mayaud. 

1824. 785 Portrait of a German lady. 

1825. 577 do. lady. 
816 Lady Moeller. 

1826. 504 Miss Letitia Fischer. 

518 The Daughters of the Rev. Dr. 

Kiiper. 

519 William and George Kiiper. 
722 Charles and Emma. 

5, Belgrave Street South. 

1827. 702 Portrait of a lady. 



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1827. 



1829. 
1830. 



1831. 



1832. 

1834. 



1835- 

1836. 
1837- 



1838. 



1839. 



832 Miss James. 

839 Portraits of the children of 
George Angeler, Esq. 

758 Her Majesty 'l"he Queen Dow- 
ager of Wirtemburg and 
Princess Royal of England. 

860 Portrait of a lady. 

870 do. gentleman. 

945 Study of a little boy's head. 

695 A girl at her toilet. 

710 Portrait of a lady. 

768 do. Belgic lady. 

788 dp. young songstress. 

789 J. Wilimott, Esq., M.D., Hast- 

ings. 
791 Portraits of two young ladies, 

sisters. 
9+5 Dr. Smith, Jamaica. 
59, George Street, 

Elision Square. 
660 Portrait of a lady. 
708 Rouge et noir. 
800 Sir VVathen Waller, Bart., 

G.C.H. 

694 Portrait of a lady. 

14, Clips tone Street. 
958 The black page. 
640 Portrait of a young lady. 
684 do. lady. 

695 do. Spanish lady. 
683 do. lady. 

8, Upper Spring Street. 

690 Portrait of a child. 

777 Samuel Prout, Esq., F.S.A. 

782 Portrait of a lady. 

787 John Barwise, Esq. 

852 Major-General Sir Joseph 
O'Halloran, K.C.B., Bengal 
Service. 

942 Portrait of a lady with a favour- 
ite spaniel. 

945 Portrait of a gentleman. 

867 The gipsy mother. " Sleep on, 
free nature's happy child, 
etc." 

889 Portrait of a child. 

960 Guido Sorelli, the Florentine 
translator of Milton. 

966 Portrait of a gentleman. 



806 
83. 
853 



997 

1020 



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



lady, 
do. 

gentleman, 
lady, 
do. 

gentleman. 
Nottingham Street, 

New Road. 
1840. 535 Study of an artist and his 
model by lamplight. 
Portrait of an artist. 



10, 



543 



1840. 


749 




860 


I84I. 


732 




739 




934 


1842. 


6-7 




738 


1843. 


731 




S33 


1846. 


742 




908 




1 1 30 


1847. 


880 


1850. 


1007 


I85I. 


1198 


1852. 


580 




879 



III. 



i 1840. 749 Portrait of an officer, 4th Light 
Dragoons, Bombay. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Comparison. 
Portrait of a gentleman. 

do. lady. 
Miss Kiiper. 
Rev. Mr. Walbourn. 
A lady at her Embroidery. 
Voltatrice. 

22, Wyndham Street. 
Children of John Hunt, Esq. 
Golden liberty. 
Seized for slavery. 
Miniature of a little boy. 

3, Queen Charlotte Road, 
New Road. 

Mirza Mohan Lai, native of 
Cashmere. 

4, Upper Spring Street. 
The spring of life. 
Portraits. 
Forget me not. 

FISH, W. C Gem Engraver. 

86, Dean Street, Pentonville. 
1825. 958 The Bull at Bay; an impres- 
sion from an engraving on 
cornelian. 

FISHER, Alexander Painter. 

139, Oxford Street. 

1894. 1260 The Rose. 

1267 The pursuit of Love. 

1268 The bather. 

1806 Tristan and Isolde; enamelled 
buckle. 

1895. 1704 The Rheingold buckle with 

enamel and steel. 
1708 Jewel Casket in enamel and 
silver gilt. 

1896. 1887 The late Earl of Warwick; me- 

morial plaque. 

1893 The Annunciation; book-cover 
in enamel, etc. 

1898 Birth of Aphrodite; centre- 
piece in enamel, etc. 

1926 "Under the shadow of thy 
wings I shall rejoice, etc."; 
medallion, enamel on silver. 

4, Warwick Studios, 

Kensington. 

1897. 1988 Lady Elcho; enamel. 

2001 Voices of the night; relief 

enamel, etc. 

2002 Triptych, Crucifi.xion; relief 

enamel, etc. 
2097 The spirit of fire; buckle in 
enamel, etc. 

1898. 1858 Olivia; enamel. 

Q 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fisher, Alexander — continued. 

1899. 1938 The Earl of Portsmouth; 

enamel, etc. 

1948 The Annunciation ; medallion, 
enamel, etc. 

1966 Casket for Jewels; wrought 
silver, etc. 

2014 Crucifix with ministering an- 
gels and two Maries, etc. 

2043 Triptych : The Transfiguration; 
enamel, etc. 

17, Wanvick Gardens. 

1900. 1359 Miss Julia Buckler. 

2033 The birth of Aphrodite; in 
silver and enamel, etc. 

1902. 1254 My daughter Sylvia; enamel. 
1614 The Past, the Present, and the 

Future, a message to the 
Century; bronze group for 
chimney-piece, etc. 

1903. 1795 Commemorative gift to C. E. 

Schwann, Esq., M.P., etc. 
1841 George Frampton, Esq., R.A. ; 
enamel. 

1904. 1493 Decorative Panel, St. Veronica, 

etc., etc. 

FISHER, Miss Amy E Painter. 

1 80, New Kent Road. 
1866. 680 Covent Garden, March, 1866. 
40, Brewer Street. 

1869. 676 Study of a head. 

1870. 566 Convalescent. 

245, Stanhope Street. 

1872. 867 A Royalist. 
8S3 "Good-bye." 

171, Stanhope Street. 

1873. 741 The student. 
789 At a fountain. 

1874. 792 The housewife. 
905 The reader. 

24, Soho Square. 

1880. 674 Having a chat. 

1881. 712 Ancient Mariner. 

1883. 1039 In the Campo S. Giovanni e 

Paolo, Venice. 
1885. 1253 Youth and age. 

FISHER, Arthur E Painter. 

c\o Smith and Uppard, 

77, Mortimer Street. 
189 1. 1428 Returning from market. 
1449 Rose's Garden. 

The Pines, Frceinantle, 

Southampton. 
1900. 1301 Ponies — frosty morning. 

FISHER, A. Hugh Painter. 

55, Elms Road, Clap ham. 
18S7. 1231 Still waters — Surrey. 



12, Wilmington Square, 

Clerkenwell. 
1888. 1320 February. 

1427 A lifeless summer sea — Corn- 
wall. 
1464 In the spring tide of the year. 
239, King's Road. 

1896. 1453 The orchard pump. 

1897. 1605 Gray's Inn. 

164, Piccadilly. 
1S99. 1478 La Rue Grenier-sur-l'Eau. 
1566 The shearers. 

1900. 1343 News from the front. 
1536 Mill above the Mersey. 
1 541 The thatchers. 

1901. 658 Twilight. 

1467 W. F. Revell, Esq. 
1903. 1 31 3 St. Martin's Church from the 

Portico of the National 

Gallery. 
1343 Antwerp Cathedral. 
1345 Crepuscule. 

FISHER, Ben Painter. 

Bonafon, Roe Wen, 

near Conway. 
1886. 219 "To Green fields." 

FISHER, Charles Painter. 

42, Stanmere Road, Clapham. 
1884. 648 Study. 

FISHER, Daniel Painter. 

177, Cleveland Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
18S2. 28 Landing herrings at Whitby 
Pier, Yorkshire. 
Wheeler Street, Witley, 

Godalming. 

1883. 837 On the Common — Surrey. 

1884. 108 A landscape — Surrey. 
296 A rest by the way. 
666 A Surrey Homestead. 

FISHER, Mrs. Edith Painter. 

Reedbourne, Weybridge. 
1899. 1 124 Sand Pits, Dawes Heath. 

FISHER, Miss Elizabeth A. 

Painter. 

Prairie Cottage, Addlestone. 
1886. 1254 Petunias. 

FISHER, E.J Painter. 

36, Leadenhall Street. 

1848. 614 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1849. 509 John Kinnersley Hooper, Esq., 

Alderman and late Lord 
Mayor of London. Painted 
Jor the Vintners' Company. 



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115 



1850. 582 Portrait of a gentleman. 
461; Captain Hopkins. 

1265 W. Hopkins, Esq. 

1 85 1. 577 H. Berthon, Esq. 

FISHER, Frank Sculptor. 

Addkstone, Surrey. 
1875. 1296 Mr. T. Disney. 

1890. 1955 Life and death; group. 

1891. 2053 Love's beacon; medallion, 

marble. 

1897. 2032 Karl the Martyr; statuette. 

1898. 1832 The artist's father; medallion, 

bronze. 
1854 The late Rev. Canon Patten- 
den, LL.D.; medallion, 
bronze. 

FISHER, G Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1780. 354 View in the Isle of Wight. 

1 781. 126 View on the Newport River, in 

the Isle of Wight. 

FISHER, G Miniature Painter. 

4, Cork Street, 

Burlington Gardens. 
1849. '°°3 The Hon. Mrs. Baillie. 

FISHER, George P Painter. 

65, Perrymcad Street, Fulham. 

1899. 548 The last gleam of sunshine. 

FISHER, Miss Helena Painter. 

The Prairie, Addlestone. 
1 89 1. 506 Rabbits. 
1893. 774 do. 

1 90 1. 640 Love's young dream. 

1902. 52S Resting on his laurels. 
661 Young rabbits. 

1903. 645 A mighty hunter. 

FISHER, Horace Painter. 

Elmfield, Heme Hill. 

1882. 90 Gertrude. 
1252 A study. 

\']a, Pont Street. 

1883. 245 Mrs. Walter Macnamara. 

1884. 10 A Moment's rest: a Venetian 

interior. 

Elmfield, Heme Hill. 

1885. 423 Ave Maria. 
686 Keomi. 

English Club, Venice. 

1886. 425 "Alas, poor Yorick! etc." 

1887. 579 Expectations. 
699 .^t a Capri Well. 

1888. 607 I primi passi. 

1889. 494 The Card players. 

1890. 322 A midday rest. 



1890. 


631 


From Southern seas. 


i8gi. 


261 


By the wayside. 




1024 


La filatrice. 

6, dirdlcrs' Road. 


1893. 


539 


An interesting operation. 


1894. 


131 


The sick child. 


1895. 


441 


Fading away. 




63, 


In the Certosa. 


1896. 


964 


The finishing touch. 


1898. 


984 


The Connoisseur. 


1899. 


■58 


The day of the dead. 




680 


Roses. 

Butt's Lodirc, Brentford. 


1901. 


467 


"Sue of the Mill." 


1903. 
rSHF 


510 

:r. 1 


Olives and blue sea. 
Painter. 



(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1791. 455 View of the North transept of 

Rochester Cathedral. 
465 View of a monument in Ro- 
chester Cathedral. 

1792. 579 View into the nave of Rochester 

Cathedral. 

FISHER, J Miniature Painter. 

3, Vittoria Place, Bristol. 

1849. 706 Miniature of the artist. 

1850. 762 do. a lady. 

4, Brighton Park, Clifton. 

1851. 917 Miniature portrait of a lady. 

I, Victoria Place. 
1856. 707 Portrait. 
1858. 640 Mamma's darling. 

721 Mr. George Henry Bridges. 

FISHER, James. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

50, Rosaline Road, Fulham. 
1892. 1653 Aisle window, Parkstone 
Church. 
1670 Window for Hertingfordbury 

Church. 
1719 Mausoleum Windows, Herting- 
fordbury Church. 

1897. 1870 Memorial window, Gloucester 

Cathedral. 
1877 Window, Thorngumbald 
Church, Yorkshire. 

1898. 1666 Window, St. Margaret's Church, 

Oxford. 

FISHER, Miss Janet Painter. 

Walton Rectory, 

Burton-on- Trent. 
1897. 421 At the well. 

1899. 1033 " I ply my spinning wheel." 

1900. 988 Through Dutch meadows. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fisher, Miss Janet — continued. 

Byne, Storringtoti, Sussex. 
1902. 664 Angela. 

FISHER, John Sculptor. 

Merchant Venturers' Hal/, 

Bristol. 

1887. 1867 From Africa's burning soil; 

bust, terra-cotta. 

1888. 2053 The Winter of life; head. 

FISHER, J. E Painter. 

36, Leaden Hall Street. 
1836. 408 A favourite. 
808 Dido. 

FISHER, J. H. Vignoles Painter. 

8, Clifton Gardens, 

Maida Vale. 

1890. 1 1 89 The River Isole at Quimperle, 

Brittany. 

1891. 1394 A September morning. 
1421 By the side of the Stour. 

1893. 431 The Mendips. 

1894. 346 The Mendip Hills. 

625 Grey day on the East Coast. 
795 Showers about. 

8, Clifton Gardens, 

Maida Vale. 
1896. 98 A September morning. 
The Red Cottage, 

Shamlcy Green, Guildford. 

1900. 341 A Winter morning. 

Shackleford, Godalming. 
1904. 897 Summer afternoon. 

FISHER, J. K Painter. 

12, William Street, Hampstead. 

1830. 1 1 17 A Votaress. 

1 83 1. 254 The entombment of Our Sa- 

viour. 

1832. 627 The death of Clorinda. Vide 

Tasso's "Jerusalem Deliv- 
ered." 

FISHER, Miss Laura M Painter. 

272, Wight man Road, Hornsey. 
1896. 1536 Spring. 

1901. 1489 Oranges and lemons. 
1503 "What o'clock?" 

1902. 1294 Iris. 
1309 Idleness. 
1328 The necklace. 

1903. 1369 Day dreams. 

FISHER, Mark, R.I. Painter. 

Lcith House, Haverstock Hill. 
i%1?. 53 Noon. 

484 Twilight. 





Wheeler Street, Witley. 


1873- 


34 The intrusion. 




14, Charles Street, 




Middlesex Hospital. 


1874. 


334 Afternoon in a Surrey pasture. 




24, Langham Street. 


1875- 


311 Pennidipie, environs of Hon- 




fleur. 




865 Early summer. 




4, Branch Hillside, Hampstead. 


1876. 


483 A Scotch hillside. 




1325 On the Cam. 


1877. 


364 The Meadows. 




1337 The siesta. 




3, The Mall, Haverstock Hill. 


1879. 


452 Weaned Calves. 




1040 Spring labour. 




Holland Park Road Studios. 


1880. 


128 The halt. 




381 The home paddock. 




1064 A shady side. 


I88I. 


1372 Milking time. 




Chantrey Green House, 




Steyning. 


1882. 


412 Sunlight and shade. 


1883. 


513 Timber waggon. 




730 Early summer— Sussex. 



1884. 831 A Sussex Dyke. 

1885. 71 Autumn afternoon. 

200 Cattle — Bay of Kenmare. 
Egham House, Bourne End, 
Maidenhead. 

1887. 362 Cattle in Berkshire meadows. 
628 Sheep crossing hillside — moon- 
light. 

1 888. 1056 Marlow meadows. 

Longstock, Stockbridge. 

1889. 175 The ford. Valley of the Test. 
1891. 403 The hay wain. 

Widdington Newport, Cheshire. 

1895. 30 An Essex height. 

1896. 902 Environs of Algiers. 
1S97. 641 Out of Harness. 

1899. 778 Old lime kiln. 

893 The valley of the Arun. 

1900. 283 View in Essex. 
413 Hill and vale. 

1023 The bathers. 

1901. 29 The land of wine and song. 
289 A summer afternoon. 

Hatfield Heath, 

Harlow, Essex. 

1902. 81 Calves. 

103 A wayside pond. 

1903. 325 A Hampshire village. 

1904. 545 The mill stream. 

FISHER, Miss M. J Painter. 

Wargrave. 
1858. 315 Paul's Cray Common, Kent. 



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Maidenhead. 
1859. 58 Near Wargrave. 
149 do. 

Dalston Cottage, Southsea. 
1863. 316 The landslip — Isle of Wight. 

FISHER, P. Harland Painter. 

Elmfield, Heme Hill. 

1890. 7 The king of beasts. 

1 89 1. 1447 Widowed. 

1892. 562 The dog with his master's din- 

ner: La Fontaine's Fables. 
873 The introduction. 

6, Girdlers' Road. 

1893. 435 " And, behold, men passed by, 

and saw the carcase cast in 

the way, etc." 
649 Charity. 
781 Cupboard love. 

1894. 283 An awkward customer. 
68; Thermal comfort. 

1895. 114 The new comrade. 
827 The anxious moment. 

1896. 942 The cock of the walk. 

1897. 983 A family removing. 

1898. 591 A fairy tale. 
970 The goat boy. 

1899. 529 Sacred to Juno. 

Butt's Lodge, Brejitford. 

1900. 679 The favourite. 
1902. 611 Dogs for sale. 
1904. 28 By the roadside. 

490 Abducted. 
89; The rivals. 

FISHER, S. Melton Painter. 

Elmfield, Heme Hill. 

1878. 394 Sir William Drake, F.S.A. 

168, Brompion Road. 

1879. 171 Mrs. Rate. 

949 The mere, Aldeburgh. 

17 a, Pont Street. 

1880. 450 Baron Heath, Italian Consul 

General. 

1881. 36 A moment of Idleness. 
189 "We three." 

365 The fen. 

979 Mrs. Robert Peck. 

1882. 504 Rev. Alfred J. Carver, D.D., 

Head Master of Dulwich 
College, etc. 
1454 The messengers coming to Job. 

1883. 669 Una Vecchia. 

795 A beggar — Venice. 

1884. 848 "Abide thou with me, fear 

not, etc." 

1885. 836 A winter afternoon — Venice. 

The English Club, Venice. 

1886. 1000 Prayer. 

1887. 923 First Communion. 



1888. 
1889. 

1 890. 



1891. 
1892. 
1893. 

1894. 
1895. 



1897. 
1898. 



1899. 
1900. 



1901. 
1902. 

1903. 
1904. 



583 Venetian costume makers. 

514 Festa. 

3575, St. Angelo, Venice. 

757 La Sposa. 

872 Marietta. 

Arts Club, Hanover Square. 

303 Una Cresima: the confirma- 
tion of a c;hild — Venice. 

463 Mrs. Val Prinsep. 
1023 A summer night. 

328 Music: " Soft stillness and the 
night become the touches of 
sweet harmony." 

819 L'Asta : a sale by auction. 

12, Orme Square, Bayswater. 

482 Commendatore Federico de' 
Stefani. 

844 Vanity Fair. 

426 The Clerkenwell flower makers. 

654 The invalid. 

986 Miss Mary Sechiari. 

647 A children's picnic. 

707 By the light of the moon. 

871 A Venetian terrazza. 

109 In realms of fancy. Purchased 
for the Chantrey Bequest for 

217 Frederick Harrison, Esq., as 
the Comte de Candale in 
" A Marriage of Conveni- 
ence." 

521 Hon. Lilian Baring. 

461 The tambour frame. 

963 Colonel Pole Carew, C.B. 
84 Hon. Guy Baring. 

146 Sir Oswald Mosley, Bart. 

587 Violet, Geraldine, Constance, 
the daughters of Sir Oswald 
Mosley, Bart. 

367 Lady Welby. 
78 Madonna. 

179 The Mirror. 

221 The chess Players. 

401 My lady's toilette. 



FISHER, Thomas Painter. 

East India House. 
1804. 860 Tesselated Roman pavement 
discovered in Leadenhall 
Street, etc. 

Hoxton. 

1806. 927 Interior of a vault under Hythe 

church — Kent. 

1807. 717 Bishop of Winchester's chapel. 

FISHER, "W Sculptor. 

York. 
1 80 1. 969 A bas-relief in marble, repre- 
senting a greyhound course. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fisher, W — continued. 

5, Keppell Row^ Fitzroy Square. 

1806. 820 A Greyhound course. 
846 A fox's head. 

861 A stag chase. 

80, Charlotte Street. 

1807. 1002 Head of Christ. 

15, Great Castle Street. 

1808. 866 Bust of the late Mr. Fothergill. 
885 do. J. Wheatley, Esq. 

892 do. Dr. F. 
993 do. Miss Smith, of Covent 
Garden Theatre. 
24, Pitt Street, Fitzroy Square. 

18 10. 896 A marble bust of the late P. 

Wentworth, Esq. 

Trafalgar, Kentish Town. 

181 1. 916 A Bust of the late Sir C. 

Turner, Bart. 

FISHER, William Painter. 

1 2, Cork Street. 

1840. 8 Portrait of a lady. 

104 Walter Savage Landor, Esq. 
109 Mrs. Mountjoy Martyn. 
394 Bathsheba. 

1841. 27 Hermione and Helena. "And 

in the wood where often you 
and I upon faint primrose 
beds were wont to lie, etc." 
234 Portrait. 

1842. 4-4 Miss Bligh. 

1843. 581 Wilfrid, son of Sir George Sey- 

mour. 

4, Cork Street. 
1845. 547 H.R.H. the Duke of Cam- 
bridge. 
432 Miss Power. 
97 Children of Lord Clarina. 
429 Mrs. Crookenden and child. 
203 Love's devotion. " Madam, 
he sends your ladyship this 
ring, etc." 
1850. 540 Portraits of the children of 
Henry Baillie, Esq., M.P. 
58; Captain Jervis, R.N. 
1236 The Coulin. "Though the last 
glimpse of Erin with sorrow 
I see, etc." 

I 7, Saville Ron'. 
584 Portrait of a Crimean officer. 
144 Diana. 

469 The field flower, in Provence; 
a portrait. 

2, Bit Is trade Street. 
224 Portrait of a gentleman. 
532 "Now lap dogs give them- 
selves the rousing shake, 
etc." 
184 Looking forward. 



1846. 
1847. 

1848. 



1856. 
1858. 



1859. 



i860. 



1 86 1. 120 "Ave Maria! 'tis the hour of 

prayer, etc." 
584 A portrait. 

10, Welheck Street. 

1862. 290 Field-Marshal Lord Seaton. 

For presentation to the United 
Service Club. 
1S63. 108 A first sitting. 
413 La Gabriella. 

1864. 48 Lady Tulloch. 
121 La Fontana. 

364 Charlie; a portrait. 

24, Welbeck Street. 

1865. ;6 Children of John Warden, Esq. 
167 Master Montgomery, son of 

Rear-Admiral Montgomery. 
1868. 527 The token. 
590 Tutti, Frutti. 

1870. 514 Kiss mother. 

1871. 156 Miss Rachel Montgomery. 
161 Miss Florence Montgomery. 
333 The favourite. 

1872. 131 Portrait of a lady. 
376 A morning call. 

1873. 620 A portrait. 
996 Hetty Sorrel. 

1874. 162 Netting. 

1877. 270 Robert Browning. 

looi Beatrice. "I wonder that you 
will still be talking, etc." 

1878. I Imogen. 

1879. 1390 Mrs. R. Longfield. 

1884. 30 Imogen. " Confident I am last 
night 'twas on my arm, etc." 

FISHER, W. M Painter. 

Gilead Lodge, Tunbridge Wells. 
1872. 767 Cows ruminating. 

797 Colly; a cow's head. 

798 Sketch of a cow. 

847 " Be it never so humble there 's 
no place like home." 

FISHER, Major Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Lieut. Fisher. 
1780. 352 View in the island of Dominica. 

Capt. Fisher. 
1800. 375 The Falls of Niagara. 

Major Fisher. 
1808. 220 A View of Durham from the 
banks. 
503 A View from Croom's hill, 
Blackheath. 

FISK, William Painter. 

2 1 , Dover Place, 

Ne7ci Kent Road. 

18 18. 346 Mr. (;. Fisk. 

1819. 393 Master S. and favourite dog. 



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17, Gate Street. 

1829. 1057 The late William Redmorc 

Bigg, Esq., R.A. 

19, Charles Street. 

1830. 228 Portrait of a lady. 

1 83 1. 140 Mr. \V. Smith. 
358 Mrs. Haines. 

1832. 450 Mrs. John Knight. 

1833. 478 Mr. Charles Knight. 
641 Mr. John Knight. 

1 3, Ho'ivland Street. 

1834. 43 Mrs. Colonel Wyndham. 
427 Miss Lucas. 

1835. 29 Mrs. Edward Ledger, Junr. 
51 Captain Melville. 

297 Benjamin Ferrey, Esq. 

1836. 602 The coronation of King Robert 

Bruce. 

Robert Bruce had been crowned 
King of Scotland on the 27th 
March, 1306, in the ancient abbey 
of Scone, by the Bishop of St. 
Andrews. TheScottish regalia, the 
regal mantle, the inaugural stone, 
with all the other attributes of 
royalty, had been carried off by 
Edward I. ten years before. Such 
pomp as could be obtained was 
provided by Bruce 's adherents. 
The Bishop of Glasgow supplied 
him from his own wardrobe the 
royal robes, and a baimer whereon 
the arms of Baliol were embroid- 
ered: a golden crown were fur- 
nished for the ceremony, and 
Bruce sate in the state chair of the 
Abbot of Scone. The Earl of F'ife, 
to whom, as descendant of Mac- 
duff, the right belonged of placing 
the King of Scotland on the 
throne, was of the English party, 
and therefore absent from the 
ceremony. His sister, Isabella, 
Countess of Buchan, had a high 
and romantic admiration for 
Bruce : she secretly withdrew 
from her husband for the purpose 
of being present at the corona- 
tion, and arrived at Scone with a 
large and splendid train two days 
after it had taken place. .She de- 
manded that it should be re- 
peated, and the hereditary right 
of her family in placing Bruce on 
the throne recognized. Bruce 
agreed to this, and on the 29th of 
March he was again crowned in 
the abbey, and placed in the regal 
seat by her. 

1837- 5°9 La Journde des Dupes. 

This day, one of the most cele- 
brated in thehistoryof France, was 
marked by the refusal of Louis 
XIII to dismiss Cardinal Riche- 
lieu, according to the promise 
made to his mother Mary de 
Medecis. The King strove in vain 
to reconcile the party, but Mary 



was inexorable, etc. The ultimate 
triumph of the Cardinal changed 
the destinies of many of the 
greatest people in France, who 
had considered it their policy to 
side with the Queen mother, 
whence the title of the day and of 
the picture. 

1838. 502 Leonardo da Vinci expiring in 

the arms of Francis L 

1839. 427 The Conspiracy of the Pazzi, 

or the attempted assassina- 
tion of Lorenzo de Medeci, 
surnamed the Magnificent, 
in the church of II Raparala, 
Florence, 26th April, 1478. 

Bernardo Bandini plunged a 
short dagger into the breast of 
Giuliauo de Medeci. On receiv- 
ing the wound he took a few hasty 
steps and fell, when Francesco de 
Pazzi rushed upon him with in- 
credible fury and stabbed him in 
different parts of the body, con- 
tinuing to repeat his strokes even 
after he was apparently dead. 
The priests who had undertaken 
the murder of I^orenzo were not 
equally successful. An ill-directed 
blow from Antonio Maffei, which 
was aimed at the throat, but took 
place behind the neck, rather 
roused him to his defence than 
disabled him. He immediately 
threw off his cloak, and holding it 
up as a shield in his left hand, 
with his right he drew his sword, 
and repelled his assailants. 

1840. 134 Cromwell's family interceding 

for the life of Charles L 

1841. 1162 The Emperor Charles V pick- 

ing up the pencil of Titian. 
(With a quotationin French.) 

1842. 458 The trial of Charles 1 in West- 

minster Hall, January 27, 
1648-9. 

The picture represents the pro- 
ceedings of the last day of the 
trial ; and the moment chosen is 
when Lady Fairfax interrupted the 
court by exclaiming "Oliver 
Cromwell is a rogue and a traitor, 
and not a hundredth part of the 
people are in favour of the trial." 
Whereupon the Court called to 
the guard, and Colonel Axtell, 
their commander, ordered the 
men to advance and give fire into 
the box. 

The principal figures are por- 
traits (fifty to sixty in number), 
collected from private sources and 
the best authorities. 

1843. 1293 Charles I passing through the 

banqueting house, White- 
hall, to the scaffold, January 
30, 164S-9. 

Being now prepared for the 



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THE ROYAL i^CADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fisk, WiUiam—cofi/!nued. 

fatal moment, upon the last call 
of Colonel Hacker, he went with 
him and the bishop through the 
banqueting hall to the scaffold, by 
£t passage made through a win- 
dow, from whence he came with 
the unconcernedness and motion 
that he usually had when he en- 
tered it on a masque night. 

1844. 206 The rivals. 

1845. 620 Sir Roger de Coverley, Will 

Honeycomb, Sukey, etc., in 
the Temple Cloisters. 

The footmen returned with " no 
coach to be had." .Sir Roger as 
the better man took the lady by 
the hand, leading her through all 
the shower, covering her with his 
hat, and galanting a familiar ac- 
quaintance, through rows of young 
fellows who winked at Sukey in 
the state she marched off, Will 
Honeycomb bringing up the rear. 

1848. 636 Daniel Austen, Esq. 



FISK, William Henry Painter. 

1 8, Camden Street North. 
1850. 354 "Do you want a guide to the 
Devil's Kitchen?" a scene 
in North Wales. 
38, Queen's Terrace, 

Havers tock Hill. 
1859. 1 141 Fugitives escaped from the 
Massacre of Glencoe, Feb. 
15, 1692. 
1863. 353 Robespierre receives letters 
from the friends of his vic- 
tims, threatening him with 
assassination. "The merciful 
man doeth good to his own 
soul, etc." 
620 The old noblesse in the Con- 
ciergerie during the first 
French Revolution. 

Confined in separate cells at 
night, they met in the common 
hall of the prison during the day. 
Here they carried on the gay life 
of the Court and the chateau with 
all their national vivacity. They 
held their little receptions, at 
which they appeared elegantly and 
richly attired. Musical parties, 
coquetting, and gambling were 
their occupation all the day, which 
they pursued with an eagerness in 
proportion to the trouble they 
sought to drown, even while the 
officer of the Revolutionary Tri- 
bunal day after day brought the 
list of those to be executed the 
following morning. 

Pertli Villa, Bartholomtiv Rd. 
1864. 551 The last night of Jesus Christ 



inhisNazarenehome. "The 

night is far spent, etc." 

1865. 490 "And he cometh to the house 

of the ruler of the synagogue 
... he saith unto them. 
Why make ye this ado, and 
weep? the damsel is not 
dead, but sleepeth, etc." 

1866. 396 Waiting for the "Moniteur" 

newspaper, detailing the ar- 
rest of Robespierre. 
4, North Villas, 

Camden Square. 
1868. 12 A lay sermon. 
1873. 693 Virgin and child. 

785 " Our darling was dragged on 

the wave, etc." 
877 "Aux champs, dans le secret 
des bois, etc." 



FITHIAN, Miss Edith Painter. 

Silverdale, Aldenham Road, 

Bushey. 
1894. 166 Portrait of a lady. 



FITTLER, James, ^.^.^.... Engraver. 

62, Upper Charlotte Street, 

Rathbone Place. 
1788. 511 The cottage. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1 80 1. 606 One of a work entitled Scotia 

Depict a. 
607 Lord Duncan's Victory. After 
a picture painted by P. J. 
De Loutherbourg, R.A. 

1802. 759 Battle of the Nile; a proof- 

print in a forward state. 
761 Engravings for an edition of 
the Arabian Nights, and for 
the Millennial Age. 

1803. 489 Frame containing three sub- 

jects for Sharp's edition of 
the British classics. 
491 The millennial age. 

1804. 543 A storm. After Vernet. 

667 A frame containing miscel- 
laneous engravings. 

1806. 575 A frame containing various en- 

gravings. 

1807. 613 Palemon and Arion. Vide 

Falconer's shipwreck. 

1808. 313 Study made in the new Forest, 

Hampshire. 
623 Plates executed for the British 
Gallery of Engravings. 

1809. 480 A brisk gale (after Van de 

Veld). In the collection of 
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1810. 380 Bears and dogs. After Sney- 

ders, in the collection of the 
Earl of Grosvcnor. 
390 Inside of a cottage. After Os- 
tade. 

181 1. 780 Frame of Engravings. After 

the originals by Backhuy- 
sen, in the collection of the 
Marquis of Stafford. 
786 The Plague. After Poussin, in 
the collection of the late 
Henry Hope, Esq. 

1812. 771 The misers. Done from the 

original picture in the Royal 
Collection at Windsor. 
7-2 Portrait of Lord Grenville. 
1S13. 745 Fishing under the ice. En- 
graved from the original of 
Cuyp, in the possession of 
the Duke of Bedford. 

1814. 474 A frame containing two en- 

graved portraits. 

1815. 40+ Engraving. Done from the 

original of Tilborgh, in the 
Marquis of Stafford's col- 
lection. 

1816. 393 Lord Clarendon. 

181 7. 454 Portrait from the original by 

Velasquez. 
181S. 593 Joshua Brooks, Esq. 

1 81 9. 490 Engraved portrait of the late 

Rt. Hon. David La Touche. 

1820. 456 Engraved portrait of Sir Ken- 

elm Digby. From the ori- 
ginal in the possession of 
Earl Spencer at Althorpe. 

1823. 4S4 Engraved bust; portrait of a 
nobleman. 

1S24. 422 The cutting out of the French 
corvette " La Chevrette " 
from the Bay of Camaret, 
on the night of July 21st, 
r8oi. 

FITZ, William Painter. 

13, Fitzroy Street. 
1885. 60S The Gallery, Hampton Court 

Palace. 
1890. 584 AVindsor Castle. 

FITZ COOK, Henry Painter. 

1 8, Series Place., Lincoln's Inn. 

1S46. 705 Lobaba the sorcerer removes 

the mist from the desert. 

Vide Southey's "Thalaba 

the Destroyer, etc." 

198, Strand. 
1858. 435 Hark! hark! the lark at hea- 
ven's gate sings. 

HI. 



Easlbury House, Kcnnington. 
187 1. 252 Forsaken. 

23, Wellington Spiarc, 

Hastings. 
1898. 1 1 77 The marriage of Cana in Gali- 
lee. 
1 193 Christ healing the sick. 



FITZGERALD, Mrs. Annie. 

Miniature Painter. 
Old Charlton, Kent. 
1888. 14S9 Bertie. 



FITZGERALD, F Painter. 

Chepstoio Place, Baysivater. 
1858. 1 100 Summertime. 



FITZGERALD, Miss Florence. 

Painter and Sculptor. 
233, Stanhope Street, 

Regent's Park. 
1003 By the meadow brook (picture). 
1853 J. A. FitiCgerald, Esq.; bust. 
1466 The gipsy queen (drawing). 
1975 Madame Defarge; bust. 
1978 Bernard Evans, Esq.; bust. 
359 In spring time (picture). 
2098 Meditation ; bust of Mrs. 
Bishop. 

Liverpool, 
421 Hide and seek (picture). 
1975 G. C. Haite, Esq.; bust. 
1936 Innocence; bust. 
320 "The track that skirts the 
forest beneath the beech- 
trees' shade." 
390 Homeward bound. 
708 In sweet spring time. 
978 Where the wild flowers grow. 
987 Wood gatherers. 
{The last five are pictures.) 



1887. 
188S. 



1889. 



1892. 
1894. 



[896. 



1900. 



FITZGERALD, Frederick R. 

Painter. 

Cotswold House, Oford Road, 

Boscombe, Hants. 

1903. 231 After the Coronation Review: 

the Channel fleet bound to 

the westward. 



FITZGERALD, James .. 

29, Chester Strd 



Painter. 



1850. 185 Highland flowers. 



Kennington Lane. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



FITZGERALD, H.Jane Painter. 

28, Bow Lane. 
1851. 395 Contentment. 

FITZGERALD, John Austen. 

Painter. 

4, York Terrace, Ne'wington. 
1S45. 416 A toper. "Flush'd with a 
purple grace he shows his 
honest face." 
650 A snuff-taker. 
1846. 104 Independence. 

210 " Whose cares are growing, and 
whose hopes are fled." 
1S47. 434 The Bath. 

28, Bo'iV Lane. 

1851. 482 Repose. " Sleep, that knits up 

the ravell'd sleeve of care, 
etc." 
699 The tempting present. 

6, Whitehead's Grove. 

1852. 652 The race. 

28, Bow Lane. 
1S53. 3'S The spring. 

6, Whitehead's Grove. 
1855. 1307 Mary Magdalene at the se- 
pulchre. 
1352 Miss Allen. 

6, Moore Park Road. 

1858. 900 Christmas. 

1859. 46 "There's many a flower born 

to blush unseen, etc." 

1012 The rival suitors. "Oh dear, I 

am sorely afraid, etc." 

41, Stamford Street. 
i860. 502 The sister's prayer. "Gentle 
Jesus, meek and mild, etc." 
567 The ayah. 
1 86 1. 634 Winter. 
1864. So After the battle. 

606 The lady in waiting. 
1S65. 704 The shower. 
713 The slave. 

1866. 303 The prisoner of war. 
412 The fairy's lake. 

6, Hollyivood Road. 

1867. 353 The race. 

1868. 117 The abduction. 

1869. 313 The reconciliation. 

1870. 222 The discovery. 

233, Stanhope Street. 

1872. 222 The prize. " Melhinks wc have 

a prize, etc." 

1873. 649 The old cavalier. 

1874. 507 The mountaineers. 

1875. 445 Detected. 

1 88 1. 166 The orphans. 

3 1 , Charlcville Road, 

West Kensington. 
1902. 604 Alice in Wonderland. 



FITZGERALD, Michael Painter. 

31, St. John's Villas, 

Upper Holloivay. 
1883. 84 In winter quarters: old soldiers 
at the Royal Kilmainham 
Hospital, Dublin. 
1885. 1037 Members of the Commons. 

FITZHUGH, William Painter. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 
1799. 258 Entrance to the harbour of 
Macoa, China. 

FITZ JAMES, Miss Anna Maria. 

Painter. 

15, Loughborough Villas, 

Brixton. 

1867. 740 Fruit. 

1 868. 700 Plums. 

2,2,, Addison Road North. 
1S76. 639 Greengages and grapes. 
744 Apple and damsons. 

FITZ MARSHALL. See M. 

FITZPATRICK, Arthur Painter. 

233, Stanhope Street. 
1S68. 1S3 The middy ashore. 

FITZROY, Cyril D Architect. 

122, Mount Street, JV. 
18S5. 19+5 Design for a country house. 

29, Bloomsbury Square. 

1886. 1708 Design for a country house. 

28, Great Ornwnd Street. 

1887. 1 160 In the palace of the Caesars, 

Rome. 

1888. 1848 Tomb of William de Valence, 

Westminster Abbey. 

1889. 13S3 St. Michael's Mount — morning. 

FITZWALTER, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 
1S03. 630 A head. 

FLACK, Charles Painter. 

Cowdray Villa, Bushey. 

1 89 1. 1640 Study of a head. 

C. Flack, 

5, St. Andrew's Road, 

Surbiton. 

1892. 934 Mrs. Percy F. Marigold. 
1533 A keen politician. 

FLACK, Miss Edith Mary . Painter. 

26, f fart ham Road, Llolloway. 

1889. 1520 South aisle of Henry VII's 

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FLAMANK, R Wax Modeller. 

20, Paternoster Kow. 
1854. 1529 The ascent of the soul; basso- 
rehevo in wax. 

FLAMENG, Leopold Joseph. 

Etcher. 

29, Boulevard Montparnassc, 
Paris. 

1883. 1370 The late Charles Darwin. After 

John Collier; etching. 

1884. 1463 The widower. After L. Fildes, 

A.R:A. ; etching. 

1885. 1649 Professor Hu.xley. After John 

Collier. 
1888. 1609 The return from harvesting. 

After Jules Breton. 
i88g. 1 72 1 Wheedling. After Eugene de 

Blaas. 
1774 Death crowning innocence. 

After G. F. Watts, R.A. 
1892. 1512 Grolier chez rimprimeur Aide. 

After Franc^ois Flameng. 
1617 La glorification de la loi. After 

Paul Baudry. 
1896. 1 561 La Vierge au donateur. After 

Van Eyck. 
189S. 14S0 Richard, Duke of Gloucester, 

and Lady Anne. After E. A. 

Abbey, A.R.A. 

FLANEUR, G Etcher. 

33, Haymarket. 
1903. 1335 A musketeer. After Meissonier. 

FLATTELY, T Sculptor. 

33, Stan hope Street. 
1852. 1337 St. Catherine; a statue in plas- 
ter. 

FLATTERS Sculptor. 

2, Ranelagh Grove, Pimlico. 
1842. 1339 Bust of J. G. Lockhart, Esq. 
1350 Bronze statue, representing a 
girl awakening. 

FLAXMAN, John, R.A Sculptor. 

At Mr. F/axman's, 

Golden Head, Neiv St., 

Covent Garden. 

1770. 80 Portrait of a gentleman; a 

model. 

81 Portrait of a gentleman; a 

model in wax. 

82 A figure of Neptune; a model 

in wax. 

1 77 1. 70 Four portraits; models in wax. 



1772. 


85 


A Figure of History. 




86 


Ditto of a child in wax. 




87 


Bust of a gentleman; a model 
in terra-cotta. 
King Street, Covent Garden. 


1773- 


104 


A figure of the Grecian comedy. 




105 


A Vestal in Basso-Relievo. 


1775- 


119 


A portrait in wax. 

420, Strand. 


1777. 


122 


A model in clay of Pompey, 
after his defeat at Pharsalia. 




123 


A ditto of Agrippina, after the 
death of Germanicus. 




124 


Portrait of a lady in wax. 


1778. 


108 


Hercules tearing his hair, after 
having put off the poisoned 
shirt given him by Dejanira; 
a model in terra-cotta. 




109 


A portrait in wax. 

140, Strand. 


1779. 


9> 


Portrait in terra-cotta. 

420, Strand. 


1780. 


453 


Sketch for a monument to 
Chatterton. 

27, ]] 'ardour Street. 


I78I. 


272 


Portrait in wax. 




475 


Acis and Galatea; a bas-relief. 




476 


Death of Julius Caesar; a bas- 
relief. 


1782. 


5'5 


Bust of Mercury. 


1783- 


403 


Model of a monument. 

7, Wardour Street. 


1784. 


508 


Monument of a lady who died 
a short time before her child. 




519 


Bust of a gentleman. 

27, Wardour Street. 


1785- 


486 


An angel comforting a mourner; 
a monumental sketch. 




639 


Bust of a gentleman. 


1786. 


579 


An angel comforting a widow; 
a monumental bas-relief in 
marble. 


1787. 


655 


Venus and Cupid. 
7, Buckingham Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 


1796. 


875 


A Monument to the late Earl 
of Mansfield to be erected 
in Westminster Abbey. 


1797. 


1106 


A sketch in bas-relief from the 
New Testament. 




1107 


do. do. do. 




1108 


do. do. do. 




1188 


Sir William Jones writing from 
the Hindoo doctors or Pun- 
dits reading their sacred law. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 


1798. 


1039 


A bust of General Paoli. 




1047 


A Monumental basso-relievo. 
(Elected R.A.) 


iSoo. 


1004 


Apollo and Marpessa. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Flaxman, John, R.A. — continued. 

iSoo. 1005 Sketch of a monument to the 

late General ThomasDundas. 
1054 An afflicted mother comforted 

by an angel; a monument 

at Lewisham church. 
1056 Come, thou blessed; a marble 

bas-relief. 
1098 A sketch of a monument for 

an eminent lawyer. 

1801. 961 Thy will be done; a monu- 

mental bas-relief in marble. 

971 Sir William Jones compiling 
the Hindoo laws; a bas- 
relief in marble. 

981 A monumental statue in marble. 
1037 A sketch for a colossal statue 
of Britannia triumphant, pro- 
posed to be erected upon 
Greenwich Hill. 

1802. 946 A model of a monument to 

Capt. Montague, who fell in 
the cause of his country on 
the ist of June, 1794, when 
the English, under the com- 
mand of Earl Howe, ob- 
tained a compleat victory 
over the French Fleet. 
959 A bust of H. P. Hope, Esq. 
1072 Domestic affliction; a marble 
bas-relief. 
1805. 761 But deliver us from evil. 

764 Angels strewing flowers on the 

tomb of a deceased poet; a 
basso-relievo in marble; part 
of a monument to the late 
I. H. Browne, Esq. 

765 Mercury descending with Pan- 

dora. 

766 Charity. 

768 A basso-relievo in marble: 
"Blessed are they that mourn, 
for they shall be comforted." 
770 Lead us not into temptation. 
1 807. 1092 A small model for the statue of 
Sir J. Reynolds to be erected 
in St. Paul's Cathedral. 
1S08. 945 A marble basso-relievo. 

1809. 817 Resignation; a statue in marble. 
823 " Deliver us from evil "; an 

alto-relievo. 
834 "Thine is the kingdom"; an 
alto-relievo. 

1810. 745 "Instruct the ignorant"; a 

basso-relievo. 
822 A monument for India, to the 
late Josiah Webbe, Esq. : 
on the right of the tablet 
stand a Brahmin and a 
Mahommedan; on the left, 



two English gentlemen, his 
friends : one in the civil, the 
other in military department. 
The tyger and lotuses at 
bottom are emblematical of 
India. 

1811. 925 Victory leaning on a trophy; 

a monument to Captains 
Walker and Becket for the 
Town of Leeds. 
929 Maternal affection; a basso- 
relievo. 

181 2. 896 A monument to the late Mar- 

quis Cornwallis, for the 
Prince of Wales's Island in 
India. 

1813. 911 A small model for a colossal 

statue of Gen. Sir John 
Moore to be erected in Glas- 
gow. 

937 A monumental basso-relievo in 
marble. " Deliver us from 
evil." 

943 A resurrection; in marble. 

1814. 753 A pastoral Apollo. 

779 Model for part of a monu- 
ment in Chichester Cathe- 
dral. 
803 The Good Samaritan. 
805 A Canadian Indian, forming 
part of a monument to the 
late General Simcoe. 
808 A British Volunteer, forming 
part of a monument to the 
late General Simcoe. 

The statue of a lady, authoress 
of " Psyche," a poem. 

A senatorial statue in marble. 

A monument; basso-reHevo. 

Maternal love. 

A monument to Major-Gen. 
Sir B. Close, Bart. 

Charity; a model. 

An alto-relievo in marble of 
Faith. 

An alto-relievo in marble of 
Charity. 

A monumental figure in marble. 

Religious instruction; a basso- 
relievo in marble for St. 
John's Church, Manchester. 

Satan overcome by St. Michael; 
a groupe. 

A sleeping child; in marble. 
1823. 108S Bust in marble of the late John 
Forbes, Esq. 
1 122 A basso-relievo in marble of 
theSaviour raising thedaugh- 
ter of Jairus. Luke, chap, 
viii, ver. 34. 



I8I5. 


900 


I8I6. 


930 




967 


I8I7. 


1007 


I8I8. 


1063 




1089 


I8I9. 


1 199 



1820. 



1236 

"37 
1063 



9S5 

1042 
108S 



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1824. 1012 Psyche; a statue in marble. 

1028 The Pastoral Apollo; a marble 
statue. 

1S26. 1074 A small model of Michael An- 
gelo. 
1075 A small model of Raphael. 

1827. 1127 Statue in marble of the late 
John Philip Kemble. To be 
placed in Westminster Ab- 
bey. 



FLAXMAN, Miss Mary Ann. 

Painter. 

1786. 542 Turkish ladies. 

420, Strand. 

1787. 530 Cupid and Campaspe. 

1789. 556 Ferdinand and Miranda play- 

ing at chess. Tempest, 
act V. 
^80 Portrait in wax. 

1790. 655 Drawing from Miss Burney's 

" Cecilia." 

1798. 452 Four designs from the novel of 

the "Children of the Abbey," 
one from Prior and one from 
Burn. 
678 Five designs from Percy's " An- 
tient English Poetry," and 
one from Collins. 

1799. 505 Sulmalla at the cave of Clon- 

mel. — Temora, book 8. 

506 Bragelia, widow of Cuchullin 

and her son — Death of 
Cuchullin. 

507 Cuchullin. — Ossiati's Fingal, 

book ist. 

508 Malvina lamenting the death 

of Oscar. — Ossian's Croma. 
iSoo. 665 Two designs from Mr. Hay- 
ley's " Triumphs of Tem- 
per," and two from the 
" Pleasures of Memory." 

1 80 1. 437 Design from Mr. Sotheby's 

poems. 
440 Design from Mr. Sotheby's 
poem of " Oberon." 

1802. 655 Portrait of Mrs. Billington. 
694 Mr. AUiston. 

755 Mrs. Burghall. 

Buckingham Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
1807. 625 A drawing of Swiss peasants. 
626 do. do. 

874 A drawing from Sir Walter 
Scott's " Lay of the Last 
Minstrel," canto ii. 

18 10. 648 Sappho. 

181 1. 6u§The sister nurse. 
645 Miss Porden. 



1 9, Castle Street, Falcon Srp/are. 

1817. 521 Design from the old ballad of 

" The Beggar's Daughter of 
Bethnal Green," Part 2. 
" All our comfort was our 
pretlye Bessie." 
535 do. do. Part i. 

" Then Bessie, that was of 
beauty so bright, etc." 

1 8 18. 586 Meg Merrilies and Domini 

Sampson in the Kaim of 
Derncleugh. " Gape, sin- 
ner, and swallow." 

1819. 878 Maternal Piety, from Mr. Ro- 

gers' poem of " Human 
Life." " She joins his little 
hands in prayer." 

FLAXMAN, William. 

Miniature Painter, etc. 
At Mr. Harris, 

New Boltun St., Long Acre. 
1781. 275 Portrait of John l'laxman,junr., 
in wax. 
9, Duke's Court, 

St. Martin's Lane. 

1785. 353 Portrait of a clergyman. 
370 do. gentleman. 

1786. 275 do. do. 

374 do. do. wax. 

1787. 635 do. do. model 

in wax. 
22, Nav Street, Covent Garden. 

1788. 624 Portrait. 
628 do. 

30, Grafton Street, Soho. 
1793. 402 Portrait of a gentleman; model 
in wax. 
410 Mr. Holman; model in wax. 
802 A cast from a model. 

FLEETWOOD,; Painter. 

1799. 427 A cottage in Lincolnshire. 

1800. 652 View of St. Alban's Abbey, 

Hertfordshire. 

FLEETWOOD, Miss Painter. 

1800. 380 View of BarkingChurch, Essex. 

FLEETWOOD, W Painter. 

4, Bennet Street, 

Kathbone Place. 
1802. 360 View near Conway, Wales. 

FLEISCHMANN, Adolph. 

Miniature Painter. 
43, Gerrard Street. 
1851. 977 Portrait of the Prince of Ne- 
paul. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



FLEMING, W Painter. 

Botermarkt, Leyden, HoHand. 
1842. 411 Dutch interior; a peasant girl 
looking out. 

FLEMING, William J. 

Miniature Painter. 

15, Love II Terrace, Leeds. 
1887. 1333 Jinnie; a portrait. 

15S2 The late George Cruikshank, 
Esq. 

FLEMMING, J Architect. 

Terrace, Tottenham Court Road. 
1805. 715 Elevation of a design for a villa 
intended to be built in the 
Isle of Wight. 

FLEMMING, Miss Leila Painter. 

Freshford, Bath. 
1899. 1056 Mowing grass. 

FLEMWELL, George Painter. 

4, Rue de POffrende, Antiverp. 
1892. 119 Une question embarrassante. 
La Philotaxe, 

Rue-des- Tanneurs, Antiverp. 
1S93. Sio Patience. 

Sutton, Surrey. 

1894. 901 A knife-grinder — Ardennes. 

FLETCHER, A Sculptor. 

1 83 1. 1 171 Marble bust of the Duke of 
Argyll. 

II, Waterloo Place. 
1834. 1052 Miss Stewart M'Kenzie. 

1053 Marble bust of the son of Sir 

James Riddell, Bart. 
1058 Mrs. Lawrence of Studley. 
1086 Marble bust of J. S. B. Mor- 
ritt, Esq., of Rokeby. 

91, Dean Street. 
1839. 1372 Marble bustof Charles Dickens, 
Esq., author of " Oliver 
Twist," etc. 

FLETCHER, Miss Annie G. 

Miniature Painter. 
1 9, Parliament Liill Road, 

Hampstead. 

1895. 1 172 The Earl of Rosebery, K.G. 

1898. 1433 Walter, son of Walter Busby, 

Esq. 

1434 Sweet Genevieve. 

1435 Gladys, daughter of Walter 

Busby, Esq. 

1899. 1322 Werner, son of Dr. Adolf 

Rosendorff. 

1900. 1380 Hilda Marion, daughter of W. 

Wolfe Fletcher, Esq. 



1900. 1 381 Mrs. Mullens. 

1582 Arnold Wolfe, son of W. W. 

Fletcher, Esq. 
14S2 Priscilla. 

1901. 1269 Phyllis. 

1270 Mrs. Fuller. 

1 27 1 Bobbie, son of Robert Lovitt, 

Esq. 
i3?2 Rose Eileen May, daughter of 
Captain Daly. 
23, Stanley Gardens, 

Belsize Park. 

1902. 614 Portrait of my mother. 
123 1 Baby. 

FLETCHER, Arthur Painter. 

Hornsey. 
1S59. 679 The pond in the paddock. 

FLETCHER, Banister F. Architect. 

29, Neiii Bridge Street, 

Ludgate Circus. 
1894. 1622 A moorland church, etc. 

FLETCHER, Banister, and Sons. 

Architects. 
29, Neiv Bridge Street. 
1904. 145 1 House at Potter's Barr. 

FLETCHER (B.) and B. F. 

Architects. 

29, Neiu Bridge Street. 

1898. 1769 Chapel, etc.. Old Kent Road. 

1899. 1699 27, High Street, Kensington. 

1900. 1722 King's College School, Wim- 

bledon Common. 
1772 do. do. 

1825 Wesleyan Centenary Hall, 

Bishopsgate. 

1901. 1606 Church at Enfield. 

1903. 1460 Deptford Town Hall. 
1594 Crewe Town Hall. 

1606 Shops, etc., Westgate on Sea. 

FLETCHER, Blandford Painter. 

Esmond, Old Park Road, 

Enfield. 

1884. 34 The kitchen garden in No- 

vember. 
30S Compulsory education. 
44; A leader of public opinion. 
1647 Breakfast time. 

1885. 1 1 39 Dame Grigson's academy. 

1887. 960 Evicted. 

1888. 150 "When the evening sun is 

low." 
728 The gentle craft. 

1889. 1238 "O Yes! O Yes!" 

1890. 703 The widow's mite. "If thou 

hast little, etc." 



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1892. 542 Under petticoat government. 
1898. 703 Waiting for the tide. 

910 Sacrament Sunday. "He to 
the lowly soul doth still 
Himself impart." 
1904. 213 A Sussex kitchen. 

FLETCHER, C. J Painter. 

13, Featherstone Buildings. 
1836. 522 The pensive thought. 

FLETCHER, Flitcroft Painter. 

6, Wclleslcv Road, Croydon. 
1882. 240 Old Snuff mill on the Wa'ndle. 
1884. 191 A lonely pool. 

325 Cut off by the floods. 
1S86. 71 Golden Autumn. 

706 Winter in the Fens. 

FLETCHER, F. Morley Painter. 

18, Notting Hill Grove, 

Campden Hill. 

1892. 960 The shadow of death. 

1893. 34 Mrs. Charles Sayer. 

FLETCHER, Mrs. Grace ... Painter. 

II, Hue Lcmaitre Putcaux, 

Seine. 

1 888. S79 A study of Grapes. 

FLETCHER, Henry M. ... Architect. 

10, Li/icoln's Inn Fields. 
1904. 1657 Design — University, Cape of 
Good Hope. 

FLETCHER, Hubert H. ... Sculptor. 

41, Melody Road, 

East Hill, IVandsioorth. 
1898. 1 92 1 Mon pere; portrait bust. 

FLETCHER, H. Murray ... Painter. 
The Fountain, Margate Road, 
Ramsgate. 
1902. 1 361 Sandwich. 

FLETCHER, J. H Painter. 

Gresham Chambers, 

Nottingham. 

1889. 1775 Wash day. 

FLETCHER, Miss Margaret. 

Painter. 

EarPs Croome, Oxford. 
i886. 550 Nancy. 

FLETCHER, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1838. 981 View from nature. 



FLEURY, R Painter. 

1 84 1. 64 The Miser. 

1846. 49S Flemish painter's study. 

FLEURY, De. Sec D, vol. ii, pages 
292 and 293. 

FLEUSS, Henry J Painter. 

1847. ■^^- 11*^ Queen's shilling. 

Marlboro' College, 

Marlborough, Wilts. 
1852. 1266 Waiting for the return. 

283, Vauxhall Bridge Road. 
1866. 180 Tom Taylor, Esq. 

1868. 68 G. Makgill, Esq. 

1869. 126 The Earl of Wilton. 
1873. 898 The two brides. 

1000 Monks of St. Bernard's abbey 
finding a relic of Bosworth. 
1S74. 989 Rev. E. C. Hawkins, M.A. 

1389 The Rt. Rev. J. B. Anderson, 
Abbot of Mount St. Ber- 
nard's abbey, Leicestershire. 

FLEUSS, Oswald. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

I, Elm Grove, Hammersmith. 
1890. 1796 Stained glass window. 

17, Cantloives Road, N. W. 

1896. 1714 Stained glass window. 

1897. 1775 A decorative study. 

1898. 1679 Head of a bishop for decora- 

tive purposes. 

1899. 1803 Mural decoration. 

3, Grove Studios, Hammersmith. 

1900. 1853 Design for a decorative panel. 

Hogarth Studios, 

Charlotte Street. 
1902. 1402 Stained glass window. 

FLIGHT, J Miniature Painter. 

31, Ha>-t Street, Bloomsbury. 

1802. 1099 Mr. C. Townley. 

1803. 749 Mr. Evans. 
852 Mrs. Simmons. 
86S Mr. Claremont. 

10, Tavistock Street. 

1805. 359 Mr. Palmer of Drury Lane 

Theatre. 

loi, St. Martin's Lane. 

1806. 644 Portrait of a gentleman. 
652 do. do. 
728 do. an antiquary. 

FLINT, Saville Lumley William. 

Painter. 

II, Fitzroy Street. 
1882. 265 On the banks of the pond. 

805 "When evening in her sober 
vest, etc." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Flint, Saville Lumley William — con- 
tinued. 

1882. 1452 After the rain. 

1883. 691 The old Mill. 

Sutherland House, 

Gunnersbury. 

1888. 36 On the ebb tide. 

1889. 114S Kew Bridge. 

Norfhchunh, Berkhampstead. 

1892. 73 Near Aylesbury. 

FLOCKHART, William ...Architect. 

2 7(7, Old Bond Street. 

1885. I74J I, Abbey Road, N.W. 
1745 do. do. 

1886. 1566 Dining room, 3, Stanhope 

Place. 
1640 New Studios, South Kensing- 
ton. 

1887. 1623 3, Hertford Street, Mayfair. 
1776 Dining room, 31, Hertford St. 

1888. 1836 The Wylies, N.B. 

180, New Bond Street. 
1891. 1932 House, Palace Court. 

1893. 1646 Mansion House, Rosehaugh, 

N.B. 
1896. 1766 Rosehaugh, N.B. 
1 90 1. 1561 London County Council's 

Strand Improvement, etc. 

1903. 1535 Park Wood, Henley. 

1904. 1657 Design: University, Cape of 

Good Hope. 

FLOCKTON, F Painter. 

Salem House, Pangbourne, 

Berks. 
1869. 546 Nest and small birds. 
5 1 , Barclay Road, 

Walhani Green. 
1876. 846 Nest of small birds. 

FLOCKTON, T. J Architect. 

.Slieffield. 
1848. 1194 Municipal Hall for Sheffield. 

FLOCKTON (T. J.) and ROBSON 

(E. R.) Architects. 

1878. 1116 Firth College, etc., Sheffield. 

FLOCKTON and GIBBS. 

Architects. 

15, St. James's Rojv, Sheffield. 

1S90. 1862 Mappin Art Gallery, Sheffield. 

FLOOD, A. J Painter. 

13, ATargarctta Terrace, 

Chelsea. 
1859. 1017 A l)undlc of sticks. 
1862. 735 Lost. 



FLOR, F Painter. 

1831. 331 The National dancing of 
Naples, named La Tarant- 
ella, vifith view upon the 
town and Vesuvius, taken 
from the mount called Vo- 
mero. 



FLORENCE, Henry Louis. 

Architect. 

10, Craig's Court. 

1871. 913 Design for a theatre. 

925 Interior: San Marco, Venezia. 
931 Archway on bridge, Verona. 
971 St. Torazzo, Cremona. 

1872. 1182 Study in Mantua. 
1229 do. Verona. 

3, Verulani Buildings, 

Gray's Inn. 

1874. 1 178 Design for a club House. 

1S77. 1124 Design : Shakespeare Memorial 

theatre, Stratford on Avon, 

etc. 

1 89 1. 1885 Interior: Sta. Maria dei Mira- 

coli, Venice. 
1899. 1752 New Library, Freemasons' 

Hall, London. 
1902. 1477 The Institute of Journalists, 
Tudor Street, Blackfriars. 
{See also Is.\.\cs .\nd Florence.) 

FLOWER, Arthur Smyth. 

Architect. 

22, Surrey Street. 
1893. 1547 Design: Barrett Browning Me- 
morial, Ledbury. 

FLOWER, Charles E Painter. 

Branksome, Ormeley Road, 

Balham. 

1899. 1061 At low tide. 

1222 Mont Orgeuil Castle, Jersey. 
29, Elmer's End Rd., Anerley. 

1900. 1316 A water highway. 
1353 A Sunny day. 

FLOWER, Clement Painter. 

Clui/'rl .Studio, Bushey, Herts. 
1899. 909 Miss E. B. Dugald-Smith. 

1901. 1524 A National Sunday League 

concert in the Holborn 
Union. 

FLOWER, H Architect. 

1837. 1063 A chai)el. 

{See LiNu.SAY .vnd Fi.owek.) 



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1 29 



FLOWER, 



1878. 1411 

1879. 107 

34' 

38' 
18S0. sS8 



1446 
1881. 251 

1884. 621 



I8S7. 


806 




1035 


1888. 


90S 


1889. 


5,8 


i8go. 


635 




996 


1891. 


502 




1070 


1892. 


598 


1893. 


540 


1895. 


772 




786 


1896. 


36 


1S98. 


104 



1899. 654 



1904. 369 



Marmaduke C. W. 

Painter. 

///// Top, Mcamvood, Leeds. 

Christmas Eve. 

Sunlit Snow. 

Stirring March: Scotland Mills, 
Add. 

Eventide. 

Coming Spring — Meanwood. 
"Reflected in the tide the 
grey rocks stand, etc." 

In Knaresborough Forest. 

Winter's ending: old Aqueduct, 
Meanwood. 

Headingley, Leeds. 

Sundown — Meanwood. 

Bellfield Cottage, 

Park Road, 

Bushey. 

A farmstead. 

Eventide. 

Albert Cottage, 

Clay Hill, 

Bushey. 

Expectation. 

The old farmstead. 

6, The Studios, Bushey. 

T. R. Harding, Esq., High 
Sheriff of Cambridgeshire. 

W. Teasdale, Esq. 

The Rev. R. Rivers Kirby, 
M.A. Presentation portrait. 

Alderman James Bootle, F.G.S. 
Presentation portrait. 

E. Bissington, Esq. 

Solomon C. Smith, Esq., M.D. 
Presentation portrait. 

Joseph Hepworth, Esq. 

" It 's time to haste us home- 
wards." 
9, Duke St., Portland Place. 

Sir Owen Roberts, D.C.L. 

6, The Studios, Bushey. 

Rev. B. Price, D.D., Master 
of Pembroke College, Ox- 
ford. 

Colonel T. Walter Harding, 
Lord Mayor of Leeds. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 
Meanwood, Bushey, Herts. 

John Streeter, Esq. 



FLOWER, Noel Painter. 

17, Holland Park Road. 
1322 Kathleen Flower. 
98 Major Lamorock Flower. 
268 Captain Ingle. 
717 Portrait of an officer. 
535 Captain H. M. Ingle. 



1898. 
1900. 
1901. 
1902. 
1904. 
III. 



FLOYD, Harry Painter. 

Powys, Eastliourne. 

1884. 850 A moorhen's haunt, Sussex, 

with Beachy Head in the 

distance. 

166, Great I^ortland Street. 

1889. 431 Enough and to spare. 

1890. 798 La Comtesse de la Rochette. 

FLYNN, Mrs Painter. 

59, Wardour Street. 
1807. 358 A flower piece. 
1809. 458 do. do. 

FOCARDI, Giovanni Sculptor. 

58, Caleb rook Roiv, City Road. 
187 1. 1201 Lucretia Borgia; statuette, 
marble. 
Florence, 

and 20, Neivman Street. 
1875. '374 A portrait. 

10, Auriol Road, 

West Kensington. 

1883. 1596 "No! No!"— a portrait of 

Master Patrick Ness. 

1884. 1683 Sweet rest. 

1886. 1 86 1 La Marquise dc la Granja de 
San Saturnine; bust, terra- 
cotta. 

FOCARDI, R Painter. 

Byerley House, 

Thornton Heath. 
1881. 1232 " Un po d'elemosina per I'amor 
di Die." 
1246 "Pater noster q." 

FOGG, A Painter. 

Reading. 
181 1. 733 View of Reading. 

FOGGO, George Painter. 

5, Buckingham Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1819. 80 Landscape — earlyevening. The 

figures represent Mich. Ang. 
Selleri enquiring his way of 
young Peretti, afterwards 
Pope Sextus V, then em- 
ployed tending hogs. 
400 A flower (cactus speciosissi- 
mus). This curious plant 
belonged to Josephine at 
Malmaison, but never 
bloomed during her lifetime, 
having done so for the first 
time in June, 181 7. 

1820. 55 R. Watson, LL.D. 

1821. 368 Harrow, from Hampstead 

Heath. 



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Foggo, George 

1825. 53S 



co?ttimied. 

48, Cirencester Place. 
Christ healing the sick woman 
in the Temple — confounds 
the Ruler. " And the Ruler 
of the synagogue answered 
with indignation, etc." 
Painted with J. Foggo. 

75, JFarre/i Street. 
1831. 267 The trusty guardian. 

58, JFarren Street. 
1852. 1269 The martyrdom of Anne As- 
kew, who in the reign of 
Henry VIII was burnt for 
maintaining the principles 
of the Reformation. 

Before she had fully recovered 
from the torlure which had been 
severely appHed to her limbs, she 
was carried on a chair to Smith- 
field, and chained to the stake. 
At the conclusion of the con- 
demned sermon, preached by Dr. 
Shaxton, who had himself suf- 
fered much in the cause, but es- 
caped the flames by recantation, 
she once more refuses pardon on 
the condition of acknowledging 
the doctrines of popeiy, and clings 
to the scriptures. The awful 
signal is then given by the Lord 
Mayor, who is accompanied by 
the relentless chancellor Wriothes- 
ley, and witli three other victims, 
faithful to their belief, is con- 
signed to the flames. 

Painted with J. Foggo. 



FOGGO, James Painter. 

T,'))., Fritli Street, So/io. 
1816. 472 JaneShore. F/^/t; "Jane Shore," 
act V, etc. 

5, Bnckinghatn Street. 
1820. 54 Portrait of a child. 

iSS do. gentleman. 

48, Cirencester Place. 

1S25. 53S Christ healing the sick woman, 

etc. Painted witii G. Foggo. 

58, Warren Street. 

1852. 1269 Martyrdom of Anne Askew, 

etc. Painted ivitli G. Foggo ; 

for description see G. Foggo. 



FOLDSONE, John Painter. 

52, Little Castle Street, 

Oxford Market. 

1 77 1. 71 Portraits of a gentleman and 

his two children. 
72 Ditto of two children. 

1772. 88 A conversation. 



1773. 106 Cyrus consoling Panthea, who 

is lamenting the unfortunate 
death of her husband Atra- 
dates. 

1774. 87 Jupiter and Semele. 

1775. 120 A madona and child. 

1776. 369 Camillus the dictator and the 

perfidious schoolmaster of 
Falerii, etc. 

1777. 125 Cymon and Iphigenia, from 

Dryden's Fables. 

1778. no A singular instance of filial 

affection. Vide Val. Max. 

1779. 96 A child. 
97 do. 

17S0. 69 Portrait of a lady. 

71 do. gentleman. 

182 do. lady. 

185 do. gentleman. 

21 8 do. do. 

91, Newman Street. 
1 78 1. 202 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1783. Ill A group of children. 



FOLDSTONE, 
Mee. 



Miss Anne. See Mrs. 



FOLEY, Charles V. Painter. 

I 7, Osnaburgh Street. 
1856. 538 A brown study. 

7, Portland Place. 
i860. 412 Boy's head. 

FOLEY, Edward A Sculptor. 

1 6, Buckingham Street. 
112 Bust of a young lady. 



1834. 
1835- 



1836. 



1839. 
1840. 

1S42. 
1845. 



1849. 
1850. 



104 do. the eldest daughter of 
Samuel Lover, Esq., R.H.A. 

077 Bust of a young gentleman. 
59, George St., Fusion Square. 

335 Bust in marble of Sam uel Lover, 
Esq., R.H.A. 

085 Posthumous bust of the daugh- 
ter of Henry Morton Dyer, 
Esq. 

385 Bust in marble of Mrs. Edward 
Tyrrell. 

3C9 Bust of Mrs. Warner to be exe- 
cuted in marble. 

377 Bust of Frank, eldest son of 
Richard Harris, Esq. 

412 Bust in marble of Edward Tyr- 
rell, Esq. 

55, Devonshire Street. 

316 Bust in marble of Avery, son 
of Edward Tyrrell, Esq. 

373 Bust to be executed in marble 
of Robert William Warren, 
Esq. 

+01 Laura Sophia Foley. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1851. 1319 Bust of John Wilson, Esq., 
M.R.C.S. 
1320 Professor Murphy, M.D., Uni- 
versity College. 
1336 Bust (posthumous) of the eldest 
son of William Hampton, 
Esq. 

1 85 2. 1338 Medallion portrait of Mrs. 
N. W. Chapman of Boston, 
United States, the devoted 
and untiring advocate for 
the abolition of slavery. 

1415 Bust of Miss Harriette L. 
Irwin.' 

1507 Miss Catherine Hayes. 
39, Arlington Street, 

Mornington Crescent. 
1262 Bust of a gentleman. 
1292 Stephen S. Alford, Esq., 

M.R.C.S. 
1322 George Samuel, Esq. 
1339 Miss Mary Warburton Waters. 
990 Rev. David Laing, M.A., 
F.R.S. 
Miss Mary Warburton Waters. 
Madame Catherine Hayes, 
modelled previous to her 
visit to America. 
The late Rev. David Laing, 
M.A., F.R.S. ; cabinet bust. 
1040 Miss Edith Crossley. 
1125 The late Douglas Jerrold, Esq.; 

marble. 
1040 Bust of a gentleman. 
984 Thomas Davies, Esq. 
1012 Helen of Troy. 
1 1 76 Mrs. Arthur Otto Robertson. 
1 170 The nymph CEnone. 
1 105 Penelope. 

1200 "Duke. What's her history? 
Viola. She paced in thought, 
etc." Vide "Twelfth Night." 

1416 Master Arthur Lennox. 
1470 The Morning star. " Now the 

bright morning star, day's 
harbinger, comes dancing 
from the ea.?,\.."— Milton. 



1853- 
1855- 

1857- 
1858. 

1859. 

i860. 

1861. 



1862 



1864. 
1866. 

1867. 
1869. 
1870. 
1871. 



1872. 
1873- 



1062 
1 02 1 



1113 



FOLEY, John Henry, i?.^.... Sculptor. 

57, George St., Eiiston Square. 
1S39. 1290 The death of Abel. 
1316 Innocence. 

1840. 1099 Ino and the infant Bacchus. 

1841. 1260 Lear and Cordelia. "Lear.Y)o 

not laugh at me, etc." 

131 1 The death of Lear. 

1338 Bust of William Robert Dickin- 
son, Esq. 

1842. 1275 Venus rescuing yEneas from 

Diomed. 



1842. 
1S43. 



1845. 



1848. 



1849. 



1851. 
1852. 



1853- 
1854. 



1395 Bust of W. Farren, Esq. 

146S Bust in marble of Miss Helen 
Faucit. 

1485 Prospero relating hisadventurcs 
to Miranda. 

1341 Contemplation. "If that high 
world which lies beyond, etc." 

1378 Posthumous bust of James 
Oliver, eldest son of Sir 
James Annesley. 

1386 Posthumous bust in marble of 
the late Mrs. Prendergast; 
unfinished. 

19, Osnabiirgh Street. 

1330 Innocence. 

1443 Bust of the son of the late Sir 
James Annesley. 

1449 Bust of the late Sir James An- 
nesley. 

1202 "Beside his grass-clad grave 
she kneels to mourn, etc." 

1262 Innocence; a statuette. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1260 The Mother. 

1477 Marble bust of the Rev. An- 
drew Reed, D.D. Executed 
for his congregation, etc. 

14SS Grief. Part of a monument, 
executing in marble, to be 
erected in Milford Church, 
Hants, to the memory of Ad- 
miral the Hon. Sir William 
Cornwallis, G.C.B., Captain 
John Whitby, R.N., and his 
wife Mary Anna Theresa 
Whitby. 

1396 Bustof General Lord Hardinge, 

G.C.B., Commander-in-chief 
of Her Majesty's Forces. 

1396 Design for a memorial to the 

late Duke of Wellington. 

The Duke is represented sheath- 
ing his sword, having overthrown 
the spirit of war : while the spirit 
of peace ascends to bestow her 
blessings on Britannia, who, in 
gratitude for Wellington's ser- 
vices, crowns with a wreath her 
hero and protector. The groups 
below illustrate the miseries of 
war and the pleasures of peace ; 
and, underneath, resting on 
branches of laurel, are volumes of 
hisDispatches. A scroll indicative 
of his statesmanship, and a ducal 
coronet, the reward of his prowess. 

1397 Model for part of a monument, 

to be executed, by public 
subscription at Ceylon, to the 
memory of the Hon. James 
Stuart. 

Mr. Stuart is represented read- 
ing a law case, submitted by a 



132 



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1854. 


1465 




1480 


1855- 


1425 




i,-oS 


1856. 


1240 



Foley, John Henry, /^.A. — continued. 

Kandian headman, who, in com- 
pany with his wife and child, at- 
tends to receive an opinion upon 
it. So great a favourite was Mr. 
Stuart among tlie natives, and so 
highly were his abilities esteemed 
by them, that his services were 
ever in request. Unceasing occu- 
pation and deep study brought on 
a disease of the heart, of which he 
died at the early age of thirty 
years, having attained the high 
office of Deputy Queen's Advocate. 

Bust in marble of Lord Har- 
dinge, G.C.B., etc. 

Bust of Mrs. Warner, the emin- 
ent tragic actress, taken in 

1843. 

Model fora statuette of the Hon. 
Mrs. James Stuart Wortley. 

Bust of Thomas Mason, Esq. 

Igeria.l Vide Childe Harold's 
Pilgrimage, canto iv, stanza 
118. Executed in marble for 
the Corporation of the City 
of London, and erected in 
the Egyptian Hall in the 
Mansion House. 

Figure in alto-relievo of Miss 
Helen Faucit. 

Posthumous bust of the late 
Sir Charles Hulse, Bart. 

Bust in marble of Lady Hulse. 

Bust in marble of Thomas 
Mason, Esq. 

The late Richard Sheepshanks, 
A.M.; posthumous bust in 
marble. 
(Elected R.A.) 

Major-General Forbes; post- 
humous bust in marble. To 
be placed in the Mint at Cal- 
cutta, etc. 

G. B. Airey, Esq., M. A., D.C.L., 
etc., Astronomer Royal. 

Model of part of a monument 
erected by his surviving chil- 
dren to the memory of John 
Jones, Esq., of Crosswood, 
near Welshpool. 

Egeria. 

The elder brother in " Comus." 
Diploma work, etc. 

R. S. Bertram James, son of 
James Vaughan, Esq. ; mar- 
ble bust. 

The late Viscount Hardinge, 
executed by command of 
Her Majesty, to be placed in 
the corridor at Windsor 
Castle; marble bust. 



1293 

1321 

1326 
1359 



1857. 1343 



1858. 1239 



1859. 



i860. 



1302 
.298 



13+4 
960 

1035 



1039 



i860. 1059 John Purcell Fitzgerald, Esq.; 
marble bust. 
1067 The late Mrs. Samuel R. 
Healey; posthumous marble 
bust. 
1 86 1. 981 Oliver Goldsmith; design for a 
bronze statue for Trinity 
College, Dublin. 
1053 Lieut. -General Sir James Out- 
ram, Bart., G.C.B. 
1058 The Cashmere bastion, Delhi, 
September the 14th, 1857. 

Model of part of a monument 
erected in Lisburn Cathedral, Ire- 
land, to the memory of Brigadier- 
General John Nicholson, C. B., 
who led the first column of attack, 
and fell mortally wounded in his 
victorious efforts to regain posses- 
sion of the city from the mutineers. 
Owing to there being no satis- 
factory portrait of the General at 
the time of his death, the design 
was made in conformity with a 
request that he should not be re- 
presented in it. In the back- 
ground is the English church or 
church of St. James, which stands 
immediately within the walls, and 
received considerable damage from 
the fire of the besiegers. 

(The late.) 

1875. 1305 The late Sir Benjamin Lee 

Guinness, Bart., M.P. Exe- 
cuted in bronzeforSt. Patrick's 
Cathedral, Dublin. 

1325 General T. J. ("Stonewall") 
Jackson; bronze. Presented 
by friends in Great Britain 
to Virginia. 

1330 H.R.H. the Prince Consort; 
marble. Executed for the 
University of Cambridge. 

FOLEY, Miss Margaret F.... Sculptor. 

38, Queen Street, 

Cannon Street. 

1870. 1 190 S. C. Hall, Esq.; marble. 

1876. 134S Mary Howitt; medallion. 

37, Lowndes Street, IV. 

1877. 1436 Miss Mary Cunliffe; marble 

medallion. 

FOLINGSBY, G. F Painter. 

22, Gabelsberger Strasse, 

Munich. 
1869. 726 The first lesson. 

I, Eldon Road, Kensington. 

1871. 44S Lady Jane's victoryover Bishop 

Gardiner. 

"Gardiner is deputed by Queen 
Mary to convince Lady Jane of 
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herself and husband on condition 
of being reconciled to the Church 
of Rome. She refuses to recant, 
and Gardiner breaks off the dis- 
cussion in a rage." 

FOLKARD, Miss Elizabeth F. 

Painter. 

1 8, Blenheim Crescent, 

Bayswater. 
1S77. 696 A favouiite corner. 
901 Marion. 

1879. 6S2 " In maiden meditation." 

1880. 815 "A sorrow's crown of sorrow 

is remembering happier 
things." 

1 88 1. 815 "For thy sake, Tobacco, I 

would do anything but die, 
etc." 

FOLKARD, Miss Julia B. ... Painter. 

18, Blenheim Crescent, 

Bayszvater. 

1873. 564 Marianne. 

1874. 434 Souvenir de Venise. 
1335 Mirzah. 

1876. 591 "She will die if he love her 

not, and she will die ere she 
make her love known." 

1877. 1391 Lares and Penates. 

1878. 123 Henry Leslie, Esq. 

620 " There is a garden in her face, 

etc." 
924 Miss Le Thiere. 
1006 " In sweet music is such art, 

etc." 

1879. 1061 " Beware, my lord, of jealousy." 

1881. 512 Miss Tennyson. 

47, Eardley Crescent. 

1882. 232 " Drink to me only with thine 

eyes, etc." 

1883. 616 " In gloss of satin and glimmer 

of pearls, etc." 
1507 A school song. 

1884. 158 A morning call. 

Chigicell House, 

Broadhurst Gardens. 

1885. 611 Five o'clock in the morning. 

1887. 774 Dante's Beatrice. 

1009 Edith, daughter of W. Hol- 
loway, Esq. 
25, Colville Terrace, 

Baysiuater. 

1888. 157 "Withyellowblossomscrown'd, 

etc." 

1889. 155 Mrs. Frank Carew Thomas. 

1 89 1. 805 How to be happy though sin- 
gle. 
848 The prelude. 
1893. 236 The rose maiden. 



1893. 350 Mrs. Keeley at the age of 
eighty-six. 
27, Caml>ridi;c Gardens, 

North Kensington. 

1895. 741 Mixing the love-philtre. "But 

should the potion fail to 
work my will, what then may 
chance? " 

1896. 815 The Wreath. 

6, .SV. George's Square, 

Regent's Park. 
1899. 1537 Dorothy, daughter of Marcus 

Huish, Esq. 
1902. 96 The lady of the lilies. 

FONCE, Camille Etcher. 

I , Duke Street, St. James. 

1896. 1455 Evening. After B. W. Leader, 

A.R.A. 

1897. 161S In the merry month of May. 

After B. W. Leader, A.R.A. 
8, Ciare Street, Bristol. 
1902. 1270 In the birch woods of Arran. 
After J. MacWhirter, R.A. 

FONDEVILLA, A. M. Y. . Painter. 

123, Via Sistina, Rome. 
1879. 993 A View in Capri, Naples. 

FONTANA, Aristide Sculptor. 

180, Buckingham Palace Rd. 

1 88 1. 1505 The Pensierosa. 

1882. 1579 Miss EllenTerry; bust, marble. 
1645 The Pensierosa; bust, marble. 
1648 The Allegra; marble. 

1884. 1690 Sir Moses Montefiore. 

1885. 1986 Miss Mary Anderson as Par- 

thenia; bust. 

FONTANA, Giovanni Sculptor. 

40, Cleveland Street. 

1852. 1351 Statue on marble of the indus- 

trious girl. 

1853. 1349 Marble statue of David praising 

God accompanied with the 
harp. 
1375 Bust of G. Fabbruotti, Esq. 

1854. 1376 Genius of Commerce. 

1856. 1226 The prisoner of Love. 

1 7, Lower Belgrave Place. 

1857. 1214 Innocence; marble figure. 
1307 Mrs. Brooke; marble. 

1859. 1273 Cupid captured by Venus. 
i860. 953 Jepthah and his daughter. 

"Thou hast brought me very 

low." 
1862. 1045 The late Josiah Wedgwood; 

statuette. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Fontana, Giovanni — continued. 

2 IT, King's Road, Chelsea. 

1865. 1015 His Excellence General Cuc- 

chiari, M.P. of the Italian 
Parliament. 
1S66. 8S3 Joseph Clarke, Esq., F.S.A. 

884 Marble bust of a lady; post- 
humous. 
1868. 1013 Joseph Mayer, F.S.A. , etc.; 
marble. 

25, Glebe Place, Chelsea. 

1874. 1581 Juliet. "What light through 

yonder window breaks? " 

1875. 130S L'Odore; marble. 

1401 Mrs. Edward R. Robson. 

1876. 13S4 Baffled. 

1S83. 1584 Preparing for bed; statuette, 
marble. 

1884. 1672 The artist's daughter. 

1770 Sir Philip Cunliffe Owen, 
K.C.M.G. ; bust, terra-cotta. 

1886. 1770 "II mio fedele"; group, mar- 
ble. 

FONTANELLA, C Painter. 

At Mr. Zucchi's, 

25, Air Street, Piccadilly. 
1780. 187 Portrait of a gentleman. 

FONTANESI, A Painter. 

49, Grosvenor Street. 

1866. 37 A watering place. 
362 Mary's hens. 

535 Afternoon — autumn. 
722 Part of Baron Marochetti's 
studio. 

FOOT, F Painter. 

Ashburton, Devon. 

1857. 266 Buckland Bridge, near Ash- 

burton, Devon. 

1858. 803 In the Buckland woods, Ash- 

burton, Devon. 

1859. 206 Borders of Dartmoor— scene 

on the Dart. 
1S61. 5S3 Old Bridge at Glenstrae, near 
Dalmally, Argyleshire. 

1862. 56 Shaugh Bridge, Devon. 

1863. 541 A rocky Dartmoor stream. 

FOOT, John Tayler Medalist. 

iS, Poland Street, \V. 

1882. 1653 Eight impressions from steel 

dies. 

1883. 1658 Casts from steel dies. 

1660 Wax impressions from steel 
dies. 

1884. 1848 Casts from steel dies. 

1885. 2041 do. do. 

1886. 1843 do. do. 



FOOTE, D Sculptor. 

1825. 991 Basso-relievo. 

1069 Bust of a gentleman. 

FOOTE, Edward K Painter. 

24, Great Tichfield Street. 
1898. 1042 Waiting at the Mosque door, 
Cairo. 

FOOTTET, Fred F Etcher. 

5 1 , IVanciick Gardens, 

Kensington. 
1894. 1496 Truth and the traveller. After 
Walter Crane. 

1897. 1729 Ganymede. After G. F. Watts, 

R.A. 

2, Warwick Studios. 
1903. 505 Cloud, mountain, and stream. 

FOOTTIT, F Painter. 

The Elms, Denmark Hill. 
1873. 266 December — Derbyshire. 

FOOTTIT, Harrison. 

Miniature Painter. 

Great Russell Street, 

Bloom,sbury. 
iT]2. 89 A miniature. 

65, Newman Street, 

Oxford Street. 
^713- '°7 Portrait of Mrs. Punster. 
1774. 88 Four miniatures. 

FOOTNER, Miss F. Amicia de B. 

Painter. 

Dee Fords, Chester. 
1902. 1342 Hero Elizabeth Taylor. 
1346 Catherine Isidore Miles. 

FORBERG, Ernest Painter. 

Konigliche Kiinst 

Academic, Dusseldorf. 

1898. 154s Herr Ed. von Gebhardt. 

FORBES, James G Painter. 

2, Russell Place, 

Fitzroy Square. 
1853. 353 Prince Hall; a study. 

FORBES, Miss Painter. 

St. Martin's Lane. 
1772. 90 Portrait of a lady of quality. 

91 do. an officer. 

92 do. an Italian Girl. 

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135 



FORBES, P. L Painter. 

Egremont House, 

Willoughby lid., Hanipstead. 
igo2. 825 The hay cart. 
9^7 Autumn leaves. 

1903. 1013 Moonrise — autumn. 

1904. 920 The Village Blacksmith. 



FORBES, 

A.R.A. ... 



Stanhope Alexander, 

Painter. 

II, Elgin Road, 

St. Peter's Park. 
1S78. 631 Florence. 

1879. 433 W. Francis Higgins, Esq. 
654 Portrait of a lady. 

1049 Mrs. E. Vigers. 

1880. 378 Mrs. Brayshaw of Stackhouse. 
957 J. Fowler Nicoll, Esq. 

1882. 104 A street in Brittany. 
744 An Interior — Brittany. 

1883. 612 The church of St. David, 

Quimperle. 
1467 The convent. 

1884. 124 Preparations for the market — 

Quimperle. 
726 "Fair Measures"; a shop in 
Quimperle. 
18S5. 1093 A fish sale on a Cornish beach. 

1886. 239 Edward King Fordham, Esq. 
102 1 Off to the fishing ground. 

1887. 543 Their ever-shifting home. 

1888. 642 Edward Bolitho, Esq., of Tre- 

widden. 
1 143 The Village philharmonic. 

1889. 65; The health of the Bride. 

1890. 1146 " By order of the court." 

1 89 1. II 18 Soldiers and sailors; the Salva- 

tion Army, 1891. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1892. 2S7 Forging the anchor. 
647 William Bolitho, Esq. 

S17 Grey rocks and grey mullet. 

1893. 10 Portrait of a lady. 
330 The lighthouse. 

134, Elgin Avenue. 

1894. 461 The quarry team. 

46S John Stone, Esq., Town Clerk 
of Bath. 

1895. 372 The smithy. 

535 G. J. Johnson, Esq. 

803 Wilson Noble, Esq., M.P. 

1896. 339 T. Bedford Bolitho, Esq., M.P. 
391 Richard F. Bolitho, Esq., of 

Ponsandane. 

397 The new calf. 

663 Sir Peter Fade, M.D., Mayor 
of Norwich, 1893-5. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

1897. 378 Across the stream. 



1897. 


405 


Christmas Eve. 




768 


A red room in Holland. 


1898. 


'52 


October. 




365 


The letter. 
Trewarveneth, Neivlyn, 

Penzance 


1900. 


6 


The old bridge. 




334 


The drinking place. 




875 


Trewoof. 




997 


Attelagc Bas(jue. 


I90I. 


320 


The 22nd of January, 1901. 




495 


"Good-bye"; off to Skib 
bereen. 


1902. 


40 


Lighting up time. 




.36 


Chadding in Mount's Bay. 




429 


William Forbes, Esq. 




763 


The skipper's yarn. 


1903. 


12S 


Round the camp fire. 




258 


Nomads. 




601 


The hay cart. 


1904. 


61 


A rescue at dawn. 




167 


The Seine boat. 




882 


The Earl of Mount-Edgcumbe 



FORBES, Mrs. Stanhope A. (formerly 
Miss Elizabeth A. Armstrong). 

Painter. 

1 1, Elgin Avenue. 

1890. 182 Mignon. 

1891. 444 A game of " Old Maid." 

1892. 343 A minuet. 

1893. 874 Moorland princesses. 

134, Elgin Avenue. 

1894. 265 At the edge of the wood. 

1895. 804 Firefly. 

1896. 328 A fairy story. 

1897. 163 Alec Forbes. 

679 A dream princess. 

1898. 40 Imogen. " Thou shalt not lack 

the flower, etc." 
519 "And Hop -o'- my -Thumb 
guided his brothers safely 
through the wood." 
Trewarveneth, Newlyn, 

Penzance. 
1900. 1102 A shepherdess of the Pyrenees. 
T901. 315 The gipsy. 
1902. 27 " Take, take those lips away, 

etc." 
1903- 394 On a fine day. " Then singing, 
singing, to the river they ran, 
etc." 
1904. 259 The poet and some country 
girls. " If I were now as 
once I was, etc." 
(See Miss Eliz.\beth A. Armstrong, 
vol. i, page 63.) 

FORBES-ROBERTSON. See R. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



FORBIN, M. le Comte de (Director 
of the Royal Museum at Paris). 

Painter. 

14, Fall Ma/l East. 
1833- ^99 I'icz de Castro crowned after 
her death. 

FORD, C Miniature Painter. 

55, New King Street, Bath. 

1830. 640 Portrait of the lady of Captain 

Whiteman. 
790 Rev. W. Marshall. 

793 Miss Burslem. 

842 Captain Hamilton, R.N. 

1 83 1. 699 C. C. Western, Esq., M.P. 
834 Miss Mary Anne Roberts. 

1832. 796 Portrait of a gentleman. 
913 Portraits. 

32, Mihon Street, Bath. 
1S33. S53 Lord Western. 

3, Union Street, Bath. 

1835. 712 Captain Walcott, R.N. 

1836. 868 Miss Hyde. 

20, New Bond Street, Bath. 
1S40. 813 Sir ^Villiam Cockburn, Bart. 

33, Milner Street, Bath. 
1847. 736 Miss Owen Jackson. 

2,'i, Mihon Street, Bath. 

1849. 7^+ M-^s. Coolan. 

794 Miss Smith. 

1850. 714 Miniature portrait of J. F. S. 

Wilson, Esq. 

1851. 1032 Miss Hudlestone. 

I, Henrietta Street, Bath. 

1852. 718 Mrs. Leigh Richmond. 
S24 John Musgrave, Esq. 

1853. 890 A miniature of Don Pablo de 

Vivero. 
1856. 733 Thomas Gill, Esq., Mayor of 
Bath, 1854. 

FORD, Edward Onslow, Ji.A. 

Sculptor. 

I, Upper Park Place, 

Blackheath. 

1875. 1397 Mrs. E. Onslow Ford. 

1876. 1351 W. H. Peat, Esq.; marble bust. 
1396 Portrait of a lady; do. 

1877. 1514 The Rev. H. Martyn Hart; 

terra-cotta. 

1878. 1492 Rev. Newman Hall, LL.D.; 

bust, terra-cotta. 
1525 Mrs. Pembroke; bust, marble. 

1879. 1578 Hubert Herkomer, Esq. 

II, Trafalgar Studios, Chelsea. 

1880. 1589 F. Heilgers, Esq. ; bust, marble. 
1597 Portrait of a lady; bust, terra- 
cotta. 

1599 Professor Wol ffrani ; bust, tcira- 
cotta. 



1880. 161 1 Portraits, Group; terra-cotta. 

The Avenue, Fulham Road. 

1 88 1. 1529 The Rev. R. W. Forrest, D.D. 
1561 Fasting. 

1570 Sir John Brown. Executed in 

marble for the School Board, 

Sheffield. 
18S2. 1556 Sir Rowland Hill, K.C.B., for 

the Royal E.xchange. 
1658 Sir Charles Reed, LL.D., 

F.S.A., for School Board 

Office. 
1660 Proposed sketch for a statue of 

Sir Rowland Hill. 

1883. 1628 Henry Irving as Hamlet. 

1651 The Rt. Hon. W. E. Glad- 
stone, M.P. 

1884. 16S0 Linus: the personification of a 

Dirge of Lamentation. 
1793 The Most Rev. William Thom- 
son, D.D., Lord Archbishop 
of York. 

1885. 2082 Rev. Newman Hall, LL.B.; 

bust, marble. 

2084 In memoriam; relief. 

2131 Henry Irving as Hamlet; mar- 
ble. 

1886. 1S05 Portrait; medal, bronze. 
1814 A hop picker; head, bronze. 
1S91 A study; bust, bronze. 

1925 Folly; statuette, bronze. 
62, Acacia Road, 

St. John's Wood. 

1887. 1S50 James Hughes, Esq.; bust, 

bronze. For the Commercial 
Travellers' Schools, Pinner. 
1944 Peace; statuette. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
1S88. 1946 Portrait of my mother. 

2028 The late General Gordon ; bust. 
For the Royal Engineers' 
Mess, Chatham. 

1889. 2083 The Rt. Hon. James White- 

head, Lord Mayor; bust. 
Presented to the Lord Alayor 
by the Commercial Travellers 
of Great Britain. 

2085 The Lady Mayoress. Presented 

to the Lord Mayor by the 
Ward of Cheap. 
2195 The singer; statuette, bronze. 

1890. 195S CharlesGeorgeGordon; statue. 

Erected in bronze at Chatham 
by the Corps of Royal En- 
gineers. 

1974 Lieut. - General Sir Andrew 
Clarke, G.C.M.G., etc. ; bust, 
bronze. 

2116 Peace; statue, bronze. 

21 18 Music; statue. 



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1892. 



1894. 



1 89 1. 2004 Dr. J. G. Greenwood, late 
Head Master of Owen's Col- 
lege, Manchester; bust. 

2019 Frederica, daughter of S. Pepys 
Cockerell,Esq.; bust, bronze. 

2083 A study; bust, marble. 

1974 The Rt. Hon. A. J. Balfour, 
M.P.; bust. 

19S0 Gordon Memorial shield. Pre- 
sented to Miss Gordon by the 
Corps of Royal Engineers. 

2002 Shelley Memorial. Presented to 
the University College, Ox- 
ford. 
1893. 17S5 J. M'Lure Hamilton; bust, 
bronze. 

1828 Applause; statue, bronze. 
" Come, then, be there song 
and music before thy face, 
etc." 

1750 The Rt. Hon. W. E. Glad- 
stone, M.P. ; statue. 

1804 Study of a head; bust, marble. 
" Still as a bud whose petals 
close, etc." 

1812 Walter Armstrong, Esq., M.A., 
Director of the Dublin Na- 
tional Gallery; bust, bronze. 

1818 Arthur Hacker, Esq., A.R.A.; 
bust, bronze. 

1626 James Lever, Esq. ; bust, 
marble. 

1643 W. Q. Orchardson, Esq., R.A.; 
head, bronze. 

1645 Breton Riviere, Esq., R.A. ; 
head, bronze. 

1679 M. Ridley Corbet, Esq.; head, 
bronze. 

1702 Echo; statue, bronze. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1896. 720 The Mawddach (picture). 
iSSo L. Alma-Tadema, Esq., R.A. ; 

bust, bronze. Diploma ivork. 
1884 George Henschel, Esq.; head, 
bronze. 

1897. 1993 The late Sir J. E. Millais, Bart., 

P.R.A.; bust, bronze. 
1994 A portrait; bust. 
2040 M. P. Dagnan-Bouveret ; bust, 

bronze. 
2049 F. Fleischmann, Esq. ; bust, 

bronze. 
2054 George Alexander, Esq. ; bust, 

bronze. 

2057 Herbert Spencer, Esq. ; bust, 

bronze. 

2058 Jowett Memorial. For Balliol 

College chapel, Oxford. 
2061 Hubert Herkomer, Esq., R.A.; 
bust, bronze. 
III. 



1895. 



1898. 1829 


The late Dr. Dale; statue. 




Placed in the City Museum, 




Birmingham. 


1861 


Justice; statue. Part of the 




monument to tlie late Maha- 




rajah of Mysore. 


1866 


Knowledge; statue. do. 


IS81 


Portrait of a gentleman; bust, 




bronze. 


1933 


Mrs. E. Homan; bust, bronze. 


■934 


E. Homan, Esq.; bust, bronze. 


1899. 804 


Woolacombe Bay (picture). 


1923 


H.H. Prince Leopold of Batten- 




berg ; bust, marble. Exe- 




cuted for H.M. the Queen. 


'934 


Jacob Bright, Esq., IvLP. ; bust, 




marble. 


2015 


Sir William Agnew, Bart.; bust, 




marble. 


2017 


Sir David Gamble, Bart., C.B.; 




bust, marble. 


2053 


H.M. the Queen ; bust, marble. 




Executed for PL AL the 




Queen. 


1900. 1939 


The late Professor Huxley. 


1966 


S. Roberts, Esq., Lord Mayor 




of Sheffield ; bust, marble. 


1976 


G. Agnew, Esq. ; bust, bronze. 


2004 


Lewis Waller, Esq., as Brutus ; 




bust, bronze. 


2025 


Duke of Norfolk, K.G. ; bust. 


2029 


Wolfram Onslow P'ord, Esq.; 




head. 


2057 


The late Maharajah of Mysore. 


1901. 1711 


Memorial to Her late Majesty 




Queen Victoria ; executed 




in marble and bronze. To be 




erected in Manchester. 


>7>7 


Hugh Barnes, Esq., C.S.L : bust. 


1723 


Sir F. Bramwell, Bart. ; bust, 




marble. 


1734 


The late Sir George Grey; bust, 




marble. 


iSoi 


Lady Eliott Drake; relief. 




marble. 


1821 


Glory to the dead; statuette, 




bronze. 




(The late.) 


1902. 1683 


T. T- Paderewski ; bust, marble. 


1686 


Colonel M.Royds, M.P. ; bust, 




marble. 


1687 


Sir John Aird, Bart., M.P. ; 




bust, marble. 


1690 


The late Mrs. Dawson Rowley; 




bust, marble. 


1694 


St. George and the Dragon ; 




group, silver. 


1695 


E. A. Abbey, Esq., R.A.; bust, 




bronze. 


1723 


Snowdrift; statuette, marble. 



138 



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FORD, Miss Emily S Painter. 

Adel Grange, Leeds. 
1894. 256 "All the earth doth worship 
Thee." 
1440 "To Thee all angels cry aloud." 

FORD, F Painter. 

F. Fiord, 366, Strand. 

1852. 11+7 The clock tower, Malines, Bel- 

gium. 

F. Ford, 366, Strand. 

1853. 61S Old and New Shoreham, from 

near the Bramber Road, 
Sussex. 

434, Oxford Street. 

1854. 703 Seaford and Newhaven, from 

Seaford cliff, Sussex. 

1855. 1 1 60 A street in St. Malo. 

1856. 920 On the Quai des Batchers, 

Ghent. 

1857. 913 Dinan, Brittany. 

1858. S89 Evening on the Meuse. 

1859. 1136 A street in Malines, Belgium. 
i860. 791 Market place at Treves on the 

Moselle. 
821 The old Pont des Arcs, Liege. 

FORD, F. J Painter. 

4, Otd Bailey. 
1 84 7. 1146 The Market Place at Avranches, 
Normandy. 
1225 Sunset on the coast of Nor- 
mandy. 

49, Oid Bailey. 

1848. 1285 At Dinan, Brittany. 

1849. 1004 On the Quay D'Espagne, 

Bruges. 

1850. 1222 The market place at Rennes, 

Brittany. 

FORD, Henry Justice Illustrator. 

55(7, Bedford Gardens. 

1892. 444 F. G. J. Ford, Esq. 

1893. 1424 The shepherdess. — Green 

Fairy Book. 
1439 The Golden Mermaid, do. 

3, Edivardes Square Studios. 

1894. 1414 The transformation; illustra- 

tion to " The Six Swans." 
1416 The rescue from the stove; for 
"The Iron Stove." 

1433 The witch maiden ; for " The 

Dragon of the North." 

1434 " I passed over three cutting 

swords"; for "The Iron 
Stove." 
4, Wesibourne Street, 

Hyde Park. 
1897. nil In a fair garden. 



1898. 1493 The Arabian Nights, etc. 

1499 Sindbad and the old man of 
the sea. 

1539 The Genius commands the 
young man to slay the lady, 
etc. 

1548 The Princess veils in the pre- 
sence of the ape. 

3, The Studios, 

Edwardes Square. 

1899. 1510 The refusal of Fenicia, etc. 
1592 Frontispiece to "Early Italian 

Love Stories." 

4, Westbourne Street, 

Hyde Park. 

1900. 785 Blue summer — Sark. 

1635 Udea and the man-eater. — 

Grey Fairy Book. 
1664 Maria leaving the banquet, do. 
3, The Studios, 

Edii'ardes Square. 
1903. 1423 The maid of Astolat. 

143 1 Morgan le Fay flings away the 
scabbard. 

FORD, John Enamel Painter. 

Vau.xhall. 

1779. 92 Portrait of His Majesty; 

enamel. 
93 A lady; enamel. 

15, Camomile Street. 
1793. 443 Portrait of a lady. 
1795. 128 do. gentleman. {Mr. 

Ford.) {This number is put 
to J. E. Ford in the index, 
but to S. Woodforde in the 
catalogue.) 
543 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1797. 946 do. do. 

FORD, J. A Painter. 

4, Picardy Place, Edinburgh. 
1S93. 858 Portrait of a lady. 

FORD, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

177 1. 250 A landscape. 

1772. 299 do. 

1774. 345 do. 
346 do. 

1775. 3S6 do. 
3S7 do. 

1777. 404 do. 

1778. 382 do. 

1780. 131 do. 
1783. 53 do. 

FORD, R. Onslow Painter. 

62, Acacia Road. 
1897. 390 Miss Onslow Ford. 



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139 



1898. 691 E. Onslow Ford, Esq., R.A. 
932 Landscape and loch. 

1899. 843 A February morning. 

1900. 535 A grey day. 

1901. 106 Autumn. 

FORD, W Architect. 

Al Mr. D. R. Roper's, 

Stamford Street. 
1810. 755 Design for the entrance to a 

prison. 
18 1 3. S28 A Design for a hath with a 
boat house. 
874 A Design for a public library. 
Mile End Road. 
1821. 938 Design for a church at Cam- 
berwell. 

FORD, William Sculptor. 

1846. 1433 The Figure of Nebuchadnezzar. 

"And at the end of these 
days, etc." 

331, Strand. 

1847. 1330 Spencer's Faerie Queene under 

the Legend of Constancie, 
etc. 

FORD, William Enamel Painter. 

Exeter Street. 

1854. 661 The Lifant Samuel; enamelled 

on porcelain. After Sir 
Joshua Reynolds. 

1855. 707 Girl reading; a study. 

5, N'orth Place, Gray's Inn. 

1856. 639 Study from life; enamelled on 

porcelain. 
652 Isabella Ker Gordon. After 
Sir J. Reynolds. Enamelled 
on porcelain. 
780 My brother; enamelled on por- 
celain. 
5, Frederick Place, 

Caledonian Road. 

1857. 678 Portrait enamelled on por- 

celain. 
849 Study from life. 

1858. 613 Govartius. After Vandyke. 

Enamelled on porcelain. 
620 Uncle Toby and the widow. 
After C. R. Leslie, R.A. 
Enamelled on porcelain. 



FORD, William B. 



.Enamel Painter. 

49, Middleto?i Street. 

1859. 713 St. John and the lamb. After 

Murillo. Enamelled. 

812 Griselda. After C. R. Leslie, 

R.A. Enamel on copper, 

etc. 



1859. 822 Poets of Great Britain : Moore, 
after Sir T. Lawrence; 
Shakespeare, after the Chan- 
dos portrait; Scott, after 
Raeburn. 
i860. 811 Sancho I'anza. After C. R. 
Leslie, R.A. 
819 Ecce Homo. After Guido. 
824 The blind beggar. After J. L. 
Dyckmans. 
a,, Joh7i Street, Pentonidlk. 

1862. 695 Dignity and Impudence. After 

Sir E. Landseer, R.A. 
699 Alexander and Diogenes. After 
Sir E. Landseer, R.A. 
13, Upper Brunsivick Terrace, 
Barnshury Road. 

1863. 744 T. Moore. After Sir T. Law- 

rence. 

745 Shakespeare. After Chandos 

portrait. 

746 Sir W. Scott. After Sir H. 

Raeburn. 
879 Mrs. Siddons. After Gains- 
borough. 
139^', St. John's Street Road. 

1864. 698 Ale.xander and Diogenes. After 

Sir E. Landseer. 

1865. 722 Griselda. After C. R. Leslie, 

R.A. 

1866. 644 Alexander and Diogenes. After 

Sir E. Landseer. 

1867. 793 C. J. Breese, Esq., F.R.M.S. 

enamel on gold. 
Claremont Cottage, 

JFood Green. 
1871. 988 Giving a bite. After W. Mul- 

ready, R.A. 
1882. 1383 Sir W. Scott. After Raeburn. 
139S The Parson's daughter. After 
G. Romney. 
1885. 1511 Jessie; a portrait. 

1891. 1471 Ethel and Gladys, daughters of 

E. A. Cade, Esq. 

1892. 1341 C. J. Breese, Esq., F.L.S. 
1397 Beatrice, daughter of H. J. 

Baker, Esq. 
1445 J. T. Carrodus, Esq. 
28, Pari Avenue, 

IVood Green. 
1895. 1270 Rose Mary, daughter of F. A. 
Graves, Esq. 

FORD, Wolfram Onslow ... Painter. 

62, Acacia Road. 

1897. 919 Still life. 

1898. 914 My grandmother. 

1899. 409 My father. 

481 Denis Eden, Esq. 
84S North Devon coast. 



140 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



1901. 



1902. 
1903. 



Ford, Wolfram Onslow — continued. 
1900. 533 Joan of Arc. 

600 Portrait of a gentleman. 

66 J. MacWhirter, Esq., R.A. 
661 Max Onslow Ford, Esq. 
785 Master W. Hulme Lever. 
410 Miss V. Frances. 
43 Eira, daughter of W. H. Neale, 
Esq., M.D. 
1904. 677 Mrs. W. Onslow Ford. 

FORDHAM. See Douglas and Ford- 
ham, vol. ii, page 358. 

FORES, Miss Mary H Painter. 

28, Caversham Road. 
188S. mo A reverie. 

FORESTIER, A Painter. 

7, Alleyn Park, West Dukvich. 
1903. 1352 A forced Marriage ; a scene of 
the Student's life in Paris, 
fifteenth century. 
1376 The beggars' Providence; 
Franciscan monks distribu- 
ting soup to the poor outside 
the monastery at Cimiez, 
France. 



FORGET, Mdlle. Alice De. 
vol. ii, page 293. 



See D, 



FORMER, J. W Painter. 

Beech Street, Barbican. 
18 1 9. 634 Mr. Havilt. 

FORMILLI, T. G. Cesare ... Painter. 

Wentworth Studios, 

Manresa Road. 

1894. 1606 Design for House at Lisbon. 

1895. 1423 Decoration of a morning room. 

1896. 1775 do. in graffito of a 

room. 

1898. 1613 Decoration in graffito of a 

room in Walsingham House. 

1899. 351 Closing the link. 

1902. 803 Surprised. 

1903. 172 " My son's regiment." 

FORREST, Miss B. 

Miniature Painter. 

1855. 894 Portrait. 

FORREST, Thomas Theodosius. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1769. 133 A View of Cliefden from the 

meadows. 

1770. 229 A View from the terrace of 

York Buildings. 



1771. 239 A landscape; a stained draw- 

ing. 

1772. 298 The back of St. Botolph's 

Priory, Colchester ; a stained 
drawing. 

1773. 340 The daughter of Damocles, 

King of Arcadia, having 
married without his consent, 
is put on board a shattered 
bark, and left to the mercy 
of the seas; her husband, 
and the King's brother, ac- 
company her. 

1774. 331 A View of Lexden, near Col- 

chester; a stained drawing. 
1781. 486 Richmond Hill. 

FORREST, W. S Painter. 

Greenhithe. 

1847. 216 Spaniel's head from nature. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1848. 907 Head of a harrier. 

Eagle Cliff, Green/iil/te. 
1861. 419 Near Bean, Kent. 



FORRESTER, Alfred Henry. 
Crowquill, vol. ii, page 216. 



See 



FORRESTER, James Painter. 

Rome. 
1 77 1. 73 A large landscape. 

FORRO"W, Miss Jessie E. ... Painter. 

Binetkorpe, Lake, 

near Sandown, I. of W. 
1904. 963 Still life. 

FORSHALL, Francis S. Hyde. 

Painter. 

6, Park Road Studios, 

Haverstock Hill. 
1S93. 242 Portrait of the painter. 

32, Steeles Road, N.W. 
1897. 888 The pose. 
1899. 357 November. 

FORSTER, C Painter. 

27, Upper Seymour Street. 
1828. 931 Miss \V. Hathorn. 

7, Lamb's Conduit Street. 
1832. 920 The Duchess St. Leu, ex-Queen 
of Holland. 

1834. 745 Miss Glenroy. 

1835. 518 Mr. Anderson of the Theatres 

Royal in the character of the 
Seraskier, "Siege of Bel- 
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24, Grafton .''I reel East, 

Gower Street. 

1838. 939 Samuel Pioul, Esq., F.S.A. 

1839. 1004 Captain Roper. 

34, Alarylcbone Street. 
1843. 1070 Miss Louisa Forster. 
1847. 1 123 Industry. 

FORSTER, Charles, Junr. 

Miniature Painter. 

74, Charlotte Street. 
1835- S30 Miss Byron. 

7, Hv^hworth Street, 

LissoH Grove. 
1836. 712 Portrait of a gentleman. 

24, Grafton Street East. 

1840. 812 Rev. Mr. Pope. 

Sti-ahan Terrace, Islington. 
1855. 722 Portrait of a gentleman. 

FORSTER, Miss Emily Painter. 

24, Grafton Street East. 
1840. 636 Group of flowers. 

FORSTER, George Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1772. 295 Birds from Hudson's Bay. 

FORSTER, G Painter. 

6, Great Warner Street, 

Clerkemvell. 

1816. 90 Interior of a clock dial manu- 

factory. 
212 Portrait of Sergeant F. Stiles of 
the First or Royal Dragoons, 
who took one of the Eagles 
from the 105th regiment of 
French infantry on the iSth 
of June, 181 5, at the memor- 
able battle of Waterloo. 

1817. 12 Torment and amusement. 

1818. 385 Lunching. 

409 A winter's evening. 

1819. 261 Portrait of a gentleman. 

296 Milking; a sketch from nature. 
1822. 294 Mischievous boys. 

1824. 37 Portrait of E. Tietor, native of 

the Island of Ulieten or 
Raitea, one of the Society 
Islands in the South Pacific 
Ocean, brother to the pre- 
sent king of that Island. 
Painted from a sketch by 
R. Balfour in 182 1. 

1825. 13 Rose, the property of R. Win- 

ter, Esq. 
85 Fishing boys dividing their 

spoil. 
725 A Country boy. 



4, Corporation Row, 

St. John Street Road. 
1826. 138 Head of an old Jew, a native 
of Morocco. 
214 Portrait of a lady. 
25, Gloucester Street, 

St. John Street Road. 
1828. 149 Juvenile Carpenters. 

278 The Simpleton's errand, first 
of April. 

FORSTER, Miss J Painter. 

I/ol/ Alanor, near Troivlridge. 
1862. 967 Gwynant Fall, North Wales. 

FORSTER, Joseph Wilson. ..Painter. 

Brook Green Studios. 
1889. 1822 The wise and foolish Virgins, 
for decoration of a church. 

1891. 1018 Colonel William Salmond. 

1892. 481 Rev. Charles Voysey. 

1893. 524 J. Gilbert Baker, E.sq., F.R.S., 

Keeper of the Herbarium, 
Royal Gardens, Kew. 
12, South Parade, 

Bedford Park. 

1898. 927 The vision of the Sangreal. 

1899. 1448 Cinderella; book illustration. 

1900. 1169 A look into the future. 

FORSTER, Miss Mary, A.R.W.S. 
(afterwards Mrs. Lofthouse). 

Painter. 

1S76. 726 Dauphiny Cottages — evening. 
735 Chateau de St. Laurent, Isere. 
1878. 72S Summer morning — Coed-y-ffy- 
non. 

1880. 855 Christchurch, Hants. 

1881. 797 Richmond Castle, Yorkshire. 
1883. 1047 Quiet waters. 

FORSTER, Mrs Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1811. 620 Portrait of a child. 
1814. 576 Portraits of her children. 

FORSTER, P Painter. 

Ttceedbank, Coldstream, 

Benvickshire. 
1845. 32 The leading hound. 

FORSTER, Robert E. 

Miniature Painter. 

24, Grafton Street East. 
1838. 637 Richard Westlake, Esq. 

182, Strand. 

1844. 783 The son of George Ralph Mow- 

bray, Esq. 

1845. S21 Mrs. Frederick Newberry. 



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Forster, Robert E. — continued. 



1S45. 9^6 Samuel and Elizabeth, children 
of J. W. Unwick, Esq. 
William Jordon, Esq. 
852 Master Walter Trevor. 

89, Regent Street. 
Miss Davison. 
Miniature of Miss Harding. 
E. J. Loder, Esq., composer of 
the " Night Dancers." 



1846. 
1847. 

1849. 
1850. 

1855- 



8^6 



787 
692 
Si: 



FORSTER, Miss Selina Painter. 

6, Charlotte Street. 
1S57. 693 Inez. 

694 A portrait. 
1858. 135 Reading the "Household 
Words." 



, T. B. W Painter. 

Holt, near Chippenham. 
Old Manor House, Chalfield, 

North ^Vilts. 
A Welsh bit. 

Llyn Dinas, North Wales. 
Mountain stream. " What was 

the river singing? etc." 
The Erme, Ivy Bridge, Devon. 

Arts Club, Ha7iover Square. 
Taillefer, Dauphiny. 
An Exmoor Road. 
The old ramparts, Cremieux, 

Isfere. 
On the Wiltshire Avon. 

Holt, Trowbridge. 
Valley of Greswanden, near 

Grenoble. 
Chateau de St. Laurent and 

town of Cr(5mieux, Isere. 
The Glen — October morning. 
Lee Bay, near Lynton. 
The Wye at Bradwardine. 
Great Yarmouth from the Bure. 
On the Wensum at Norwich. 

Arts Club, Hanover Square. 
" Where the wood ends the 

rocks begin to grow." 



FORSYTH, Adam Painter. 

179, High Street, Harksdon. 
1892. 1530 Evening. 

FORSYTH, James Sculptor. 

8, Edward Street. 

1864. 9S2 The Virgin ; marble, alto-reliuf. 

loiS Miss Janet Chambers, daughter 

of Robert Chambers, Esq., 

LL.D. ; posthumous marble 

bust. 



1859. 


1027 


1861. 
1862. 
1864. 


78. 

977 
221 




468 


1875- 

1876. 


605 
859 
266 




882 


1877. 


285 




955 


1878. 
1879. 

I88I. 
IS83. 


470 
56+ 
931 
584 

775 


1886. 


414 



1865. 
1866. 



1872. 

1873- 



1874. 



1878. 



1882. 

1887. 
I8S9. 



924 Virgin and child; marble. 

845 Andromeda. 

S58 The Last Supper, for a reredos. 

1018 Professor Huxley, LL.D. 

23, Baker Street. 

1555 Christus Consolator. Executed 
in stone for the Missionary 
College, Mill Hill. 

1447 Bomangee Hormarjee-Wadia, 
Esq., Bombay (posthumous); 
marble. 

1475 Model of a bas-relief on a mar- 
ble memorial cross, repre- 
senting "Good Shepherd." 

1487 Model of a monument to the 
late Lord Mayo, for India. 

1434 The wicked servant; one of a 
series illustrating the para- 
bles of our Lord. Executed 
in stone for Frame Church. 

1489 St. John the Baptist preaching. 

1490 The Sermon on the Blount. 

1 49 1 The day of Pentecost. 

1492 St. Paul preaching at Athens. 

Executed in alabaster for 
pulpit in Worcester Cathedral 
commissioned by the Earl of 
Dudley. 
1457 Model of upper portion of me- 
morial in St. Paul's Cathe- 
dral to deceased ofificers and 
men of the 57th Regiment, 
etc. 

The Studios, Finchley Road. 
Models of Bas-reliefs, 
do. do. 

do do. 

945 The late Bishop Eraser of Man- 
chester; memorial effigy. 
The late Earl of Dudley; statu- 
ette. Executed in marble for 
the Shire Hall, Worcester. 



1628 
1651 
1659 



1885. 
1886. 

1888. 



FORSYTH, James Nesfield. 

Sculptor. 

The Studio, 

Finchley New Road. 
2022 A study from life; medallion. 
1749 William Wallford, Esq., 
F.R.C.S. ; bust, terra-cotta. 
1918 An act of mercy; group. 
19S7 Une Vieille; head. 
2079 William Cowper, Esq.; poet. 
Medallion executed in marble 
for Lojver Edmonton church. 
The author of " Elia." Me- 
dallion for Lower Edmonton 
church. 
Monsieur le Professeur L. ; 
head. 



2093 



2099 



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143 



1890. 
1891. 
1892. 
1894. 
1896. 



2015 
2049 
1981 
1821 

1799 
1806 



1920 



[897. 2048 





2067 


1898. 


ISI6 




1842 


1900. 


1990 


I90I. 


'737 


1902. 


.7.8 



1903. 1771 



The top-spinner; statuette. 

Boy's head ; bronze. 

Mia sorella; portrait bust. 

A boy's head; marble. 

Top-spinner; statuette, bronze. 

R. M. Kerr, Esq., LL.D., 
Judge of the City of London 
Court; bust, marble. 

The late Very Rev. Gilbert 
Elliot, D.D., Dean of Bris- 
tol; recumbent effigy. For 
Bristol Cathedral. 

The late Monsieur de Falbe, 
Danish Minister; post- 
humous bust, marble. 

Thomas Coutts Trotter, Esq.; 
posthumous bust, marble. 

E. R. Lodder, Esq. ; bust, 
bronze. 

Professor Banister Fletcher; 
bust, bronze. 

Recumbent effigy of the late 
Bishop of Wakefield. 

An old woman's head; bust, 
marble. 

The late Bishop of Wakefield, 
Dr. Walsham How; statue, 
marble. For Wakefield 
Cathedral. 

Medal given with the Fletcher 
Bursary, Architectural As- 
sociation. 



FORSYTH, John Dudley. 



1896. 
1897. 



1900. 
1901. 
1902. 



Stained Glass Painter. 

The Studios, Finchley Road. 

1702 Frieze for white marble room. 

1 81 1 Design for stained glass win- 
dow. 

1932 do. do. 

1813 do. do. 

1668 do. do. 

1434 do. do. 

do. do. 



1904. 1604 

FORSYTH, W 

1834. 732 Flowers. 



. Painter, 

Brompton. 



FORSYTH, William A. .. Architect. 

1 6, Great Marlborough Street. 
1898. 1678 Design for a street fountain. 

FORSYTH (W. A.) and MAULE 
(H. P. G.) Architects. 

1 6, Great Marlborough Street. 

1897. 1S63 Stable at Harrow Weald. 

1898. 1739 House at ^\'imbledon. 



1887. 

1888. 
1889. 

1S90. 

1891. 

1892. 
1893. 

1894. 



119 

7S1 



II 12 

2^ 



1899. 1827 Stable, etc., ("hurt, Hants. 
1903. 16S1 Flour Mill, .Stcdham, Midhurst. 
1687 Cottages at Bere- Regis, Dorset. 
{All the above are with II. P. G. 
Maule.) 

FORTESCUE, William B... Painter. 

27, Luhi'orth Road, Southport. 
40 A young skipper. 
401 The close of day. 
1004 The larboard light. 
557 Sending a messenger. 

Fuhvorth Road, Southport. 
The model lifeboat. 
Homewards. 

Netvlyn, Penzance. 
457 Harvest festival in a Cornish 
fishing village. "Come, ye 
thankful people, come, etc." 
A chip of the old block. 
53 A ploughing match — Cornwall. 
Paul, Pe?tzance. 
449 A yarn from grandfather. 
56 For the fold. 
244 February. 
114 The evening light. 
688 Words of comfort. 

St. Ives, Cormuall. 
1898. 788 The pilot's best light. 

27, Lulworth Road, Southport. 
1901. 439 A rehearsal. 

FORTIE.John Painter. 

I, West Richmond Street, 

Edinburgh. 
1847. 418 The old shepherd — scene near 
Pentland Hills. 

FORTIN, R Miniature Painter. 

(R.A. of Paris and Sculpture to the King 
of France.) 

8, Duffour's Place, 

Broad Street. 
1790. 4S1 Maternal pleasures. 
491 Education. 
526 Cham cursed by Noah retires 

into the desart. 
605 A father committing his two 
sons, who are going to battle, 
to the care of Mars. 
640 Socrates teaching wisdom — 
Aristophanes composing his 
Comedy of the clouds. 
668 A young Bacchanalian, and 

Christ at the sepulchre. 
671 Mr. Aaron Hill, an English 
gentleman, travelling in the 
year 1701, in company with 
three others, and descending 
into the catacombs. 



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Fortin, R. — continued. 

1 6, Broad Street, 

Golden Square. 

1793. 390 A frame with ten portraits. 

{Prince of Wales, Mr. and 
Mrs. Jdenage, Mr. IVhit- 
more, Mr. Cowslade, Mr. 
Maddox, Mr. Frankland.) 
2, Leicester Street, 

Leicester Square. 

1794. 50+ Portrait of a young lady. 
53S do. gentleman. 

FORTT, Frederick Painter. 

5, Milson Street, Bath. 
1848. 439 Lighting the lamp, preparing 
for the procession on the 
Festa. 

FORTUNI, A. Mariano Painter. 

F. Fortuiiv, Barcelona. 
1869. 559 La povera Marietta. 

FOSBROOKE, Leonard Painter. 

Ravenstone, Ashhy-de-la-Zoiiche. 
1885. 1369 A rough corner. 

1376 Leafless trees. 
1887. S+o A Trout stream. " With many 
a curve my banks I fret, etc." 
1889. 1323 Stream — winter. 

1523 Homer Bridge, Somerset. 
1894. 1 147 November in Surrey. 

1899. 1174 Early spring. 

1900. 1 201 A mill stream. 

FOSKEY, Harry Painter. 

I, St. Leonardos Studios, 

Smith Street, Chelsea. 

1896. 1146 In the days of roses. 

Arts Club, King's Road, 

Chelsea. 

1897. 1099 A stranger. 
1312 Circe. 

22, Lillyville Road, Fulham. 

1901. 1081 Sweet labour. 

FOSS, Miss Harriet C Painter. 

4^, Avenue Victor Hugo, Paris. 
1899. 642 A flower maker. 

FOSTER, Arthur J Painter. 

I , Devonshire Place North, 

York Gate. 

1885. 1046 A toiler of the sea. 

1886. 392 John Foster, E.sq. 

1887. 157 Sir Rutherford Alcock, K.C.B. 
694 A harbour at low tide. 



1888. 



1890. 



1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1899. 

1900. 



1904. 



272 Alderman Sir R. N. Fowler, 
Bart., M.P., Lord Mayor of 
London, 1883-4, and from 
April, 1885. Presentation 
portrait. 

504 Michael Carteighe, Esq., Pre- 
sident of the Pharmaceuti- 
cal Society of Great Britain. 

8 38 Portrait of the artist. 

96, Fellowes Road. 

251 Lingering winter. 

102 J. B. James, Esq. 

872 Mrs. F. D'Iffanger. 

876 "Jack's the boy!" 

43, Broadhurst Gardens. 

382 Britannia's nursery. 

8 10 French fishing boats in Tor- 
quay harbour. 

561 Our young defenders. Children 
collecting for the Widows 
and Orphans Fund, May, 
1900. 



FOSTER, B Architect. 

20, Bentinck Street. 

181 2. 800 Design for a bath. 
886 do. villa. 

1813. 839 do. park entrance. 

FOSTER, Birket, R.W.S. Painter. 

1 2, Carlton Hill East. 
1859. 873 A farm, Arundel Park in the 
distance. 

The Hill, Wit ley, Surrey. 

1869. 829 A Surrey lane. 

1870. 474 Dunstanborough Castle. 

1871. 298 The Thames near Eton. 
512 The Bass Rock. 

1872. 414 Over sands. 
511 The ford. 

1873. 122 Li the Isle of Wight. 
973 A pedlar. 

1874. 535 A lifeboat: the return from a 

wreck. 
575 The brook. 

1875. 123 On the river Mole. 
159 Evening. 

1876. 1319 A peep at the hounds. 

1877. 633 A brook. 

1881. 1220 The wandering minstrel; ori- 
ginal etching. 
(All, except the last, are oil 
paintings.) 

FOSTER, Miss Dorothea ... Painter. 

Beechwood, Halton, Leeds. 
1900. 146S lieene. 
1903. S13 The Sentinels. 



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145 



FOSTER, E. W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1809. 5S6 Dolbardon Castle, I.Ianbcrris 

Lake, N. Wales. 
18 [o. 502 A sea view of Conway towers, 

Carnarvonshire. 
iSii. 298 Edinburgh Castle — setting sun. 
181 2. 535 Caernarvon Castle. 

736 A bridge near Llinas Mawdwy, 
Merionethshire. 

18 14. 5S0 View on the river Aberconway 

— sunset. 
588 The Ruins of Dudley Castle. 

1815. 460 A view riear the Vale of Llan- 

gollen, North Wales. 
1817. 515 View on Llanberris Lake. 

1819. 565 View at Abereonway, Caernar- 

vonshire. 
1107 View of the mountains of Lan- 
berris. 

1820. 867 Scene in the Jura Mountains, 

on the route to .Switzerland. 

1821. 1030 A view at Aberconway in Caer- 

narvonshire. 

1822. 831 View on the River Wye. 

1823. 556 Edinburgh Castle. 

941 View at Llangollen, North 
Wales. 

1824. 554 A view at Dinas Mawdway in 

Wales. 

1825. 874 A mountainous pass in Merion- 

ethshire. 

1826. 4i;7 Vale of Llangollen. 

477 View of Dinas Mawdway,North 
Wales. 

1827. 819 Lake in Merionethshire. 

1828. 591 Conway towers — sunset. 

FOSTER, Frank Architect. 

8, Duke Street, Adelphi. 

1900. 1S33 The Priory, Steyning. 

1903. i5io Detached residence, Sutton. 

FOSTER, George Sherwood. 

Painter. 

14, Broad Street Corner, 

Birmingham. 
i8g8. 509 A fresh breeze. 
1899. 271 A promise of wind. 

\a, Catlicart Road. 

1901. 375 A winter evening — Aberdovey. 

1904. 629 A summer's day. 



FOSTER, Gilbert Painter. 

Beee/nc'ood, Halton, Leeds. 
1895. 259 The azure mead. 
400 The river strand. 
59S The hush of night. 
III. 



I 1898. 21 Whispering eve. 

' 231 llie grey of the gloaming. 

1899. 1242 The widow's care. 

1900. 61 Grey and gold. 
438 A Garden of Lyonesse. 

1170 March. 

1901. 312 A garden of memories. 
317 Summer snow. 
854 A golden strand. 

1903. 54 The dusk that follows even- 
song. 

87 In the glow of autumn. 
734 The fringe of the bay. 
893 Eventide. 

1904. 960 The girl with the geese. 



FOSTER, Herbert "Wilson ... Painter. 




Endon, Stoke on Trent. 


1873- 


13S0 Gevartius. After Vandyke. 


1881. 


Painting on pottery — Mr. 
Campbell's process. 
1357 Her mother's darling. 


1883. 


875 " You'd better have him : I'll 




warrant him." 


1885. 
1886. 


363 A chat on the village green. 
479 The village rivals. 
617 Little Breton maids. 


1887. 


27 " Hale and hearty still." Old 




Welsh miner. 




484 Home from the harvest field. 


1S88. 


135 The village belle. 
925 Not yet convinced. 




1014 A pensive maiden. 


1889. 


1064 A peasant proprietor. 
High Street, Holyivcll, 

North Wales. 


1891. 


622 A chat at the pit head — Welsh 




lead-miners. 




7, Addison Villas. 


1S93. 
1895. 


460 The May Queen. 
45, Muster's Road, 

West Bridgford, Notts. 
451 A frank offer. 


1898. 


933 Alma. 


1899. 


929 A country maid. 
1 1 52 "Three little maids from 




school." 


FOSTI 


BR, J Architect. 



At Mr. J. IFyatt's, 

Lo'iVer Brook Street. 
1S04. 917 Design for a mausoleum. 

1805. 714 do. museum. 

1806. 897 do. national gallery. 



FOSTER, Miss Marianne. See Mrs. 
M. Barrett, vol. i, page 128. 

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FOSTER, R Architect. 

9, Neiu Ormond Street, 

Queen's Square. 
1849. 1089 Porch, etc., St. Margaret's 
church, Cley-next-the-Sea, 
Norfolk. 
26, South Villas, 

Camden Square. 
1877. logz Design for a town mansion. 

FOSTER, Robert C Architect. 

26, South Villas, 

Camde?i Square. 
1S78. 1134 Maison de Diane de Poitiers, 
Rouen; pen and ink. 

FOSTER, Thomas Painter. 

S3, Leicesler Street. 

1819. 178 Miss and Master Croker and a 

favourite dog. 
255 A study. 

50, Greek Street. 

1820. 3 Portrait of the Provost of Dub- 

lin College. 
9 Mrs. Croker. 
191 General Dumourier, the cele- 
brated French general, who 
is now eighty-two years of 
age. 
22, Charles Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1821. 104 H. R. Bishop, Esq., the musical 

composer. 

2S0 Colonel Phillips, one of the few 
gentlemen now living who 
sailed with Captain Cook. 

377 Portrait of a child lately de- 
ceased. 

1822. 105 Portrait of a gentleman. 

202 Mazeppa. " With glossy skin 
and dripping mane, etc." — 
Lord Byron. 

1823. 178 Domestic quarrels. 

511 Miss M. Tree in the character 
of the Fair Gabrielle. 

1824. 30 Captain Muring, one of the 

elder brothers of the Trinity 

House. 
200 Rev. E. Cannon. 
243 J. W. Croker, Esq., M.P. 
4"o Miss Croker in a Chinese hat. 

1825. 26S Paul and Virginia represented 

a short time previous to their 
separation. 

"If Virgini.ahad seemed charm- 
ing to me in the blue cloth of 
Bengal, she looked still more so 
when I beheld her dressed like 
the ladies of this country. The 
very contrast of this European 
dress which appeared worn against 



her inclination, only served to 
render her languor more affect- 
ing, and it was impossible to see 
or hear her without feeling a 
tender concern. It aggravated the 
wretchedness of Paul ! " 

1825. 282 W. Parker, Esq. 

FOSTER, Walter H. W Painter. 

4, Upton Grove, 

De Beauvoir Square. 

1870. 246 A hot day at Grange, Borrow- 

dale. 

1871. 92 A summer afternoon in a Welsh 

valley. 
66, Sandringham Road, 

Dalston. 

1872. 34 The Forest of Arden. "He 

drew a dial from his poke, 
etc."— ^j- You Like Lt. 
301 A path by the river side^the 
River Lowther, Westmore- 
land. 

1873. 204 The oatfield — an English pas- 

toral. 

1874. 616 November. 

1875. 494 A Glen on the Greta, York- 

shire. 
1878. 353 After the rain. 

469 Under the Beeches. 
1881. 321 In the gloaming. 

(^Called IVallis H. IV. Foster 

in the catalogue .^ 
66, Sandringham Road, 

West Hackney. 
1886. 343 Otter hunting on the river 
Lowther. 

7, Pall Mali. 
1 888. 820 Roundhurst, Haslemere, Sur- 
rey. 
1 1 30 An oatfield. 

FOSTER, William. 

Miniature Painter. 

8, Chapel St., Bedford Square. 
1779. 94 Portrait of a gentleman; half- 
length. 
95 do. do. do. 

1799. 414 Portrait of himself. 

I, Pall Af all. 

1805. 416 Mrs. W. Ruspini. 

7, Little Ryder Street, 

St. fames'. 

1806. 6S4 Mr. Chase. 

12, King St., Cment Garden. 

1807. 870 A female head; a study. 

13, Devonshire Street, 

Queen's Square. 

iSoS. 50 The lady of Elfingen. Vide 

"Legends of the North." 

" High on the tower, at 



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i8og. 



1810. 



1811. 



1812. 



dead of night, Do'st thou 
not behold her stand? 'Tis 
she :— the lady all in white, 
The taper glimmering in her 
hand." 

698 Portrait of a gentleman; minia- 
ture. 

735 Miss Brown; miniature. 

769 Portrait of a lady; miniature. | 

601 do. gentleman; do. 

636 Mrs. A. Johnson; do. 

650 Portrait of a lady; do. 

577 A frame containing the por- 
traits of H.R.H. the Duke 
of Cumberland; Mrs. Rus- 
pini ; and a nobleman lately 
deceased. 

28; A frame containing four 
theatrical portraits : Mr. 
Knight, Miss S. Booth, Miss 
Kelly and Mr. Eyre. 

6S7 A cottage girl. 

542 A frame with four theatrical 
sketches: Mr. Palmer, Mr. 
Decamp in the " Three and 
the Deuce," Miss L. Kelly as 
Rosina, and Mr. Lovegrove 
in " Lord Ogleby." 
181 2. 631 A frame containing the por- 
traits of Mr. Penley as the 
Mock Duke in the "Honey 
Moon "; a daughter of Lord 
French, and Mr. Knight in 
" Hit and Miss." 

William Painter. 

The Hill, U'if/ey, Sitmy. 

Still life. 

" The moping heron, motion- 
less and stiff, etc." 

Startled teal. 

Leadenhall market. 

The vain Jackdaw. 

The gate house. Sandwich. 

A Sussex Farmyard. 

Venice. 

Amble Harbour, Northumber- 
land; etching. 

At Hastings; etching. 

At Dartmouth; do. 

Staircase, The Hill, Witley; 
etching. 

Gipsies. 

" Welcome the friendly banks, 
refreshing seat, etc." 

Seed potatoes. 

At the world's mercy. 

Blowing birds' eggs. 

"They're off!" 
1890. 969 Feeding the puppies. 



FOSTER, ^ 


1872. 


474 


1873- 


62 


1874. 


971 




992 


1877. 


621 




1^53 


1879. 


666 




1281 


1880. 


1294 




1298 


1882. 


1239 




1316 


1S83. 


438 


1884. 


393 


1885. 


793 


1886. 


99 




671 


1888. 


1075 



1890. 



1893. 

1894. 



970 " Who goes there? " 
1196 A summer's day. 

1 89 1. .106 "What's that?" 

1892. 1077 Cosford mill. 
1009 Thieves in the corn. 

952 The Cluny from Braemar. 



1876, 



i2. 



1887. 
1888. 



FOSTER, William Gilbert ... Painter. 
Oxford Place, Leeds. 
962 Lane near Chapeltown. 
Woodland's Cottage, 

Otley Road, Leeds. 
848 A prelude of spring. 
4, Winstanky Terrace, 

Headingley, Leeds. 
1885. 1433 At Morcambe. 

412 Driving the ducks. 
II 1 5 Kettleness. 
261 A helpmate. 
490 The grey of the morning. 
666 Our skipper's cot. 
707 Thistledown. 
69 A little woman. 
161 Lingering light. 
221 The margin of the bay. 
86 Birds of a feather. 
208 " A land where it seemed al- 
ways afternoon." 
1060 Expectation. 

49 Sunshine and shade. 

50 " The last faint pulse of quiver- 
ing light." 

322 " Now fades the glimmering 

landscape on the sight." 
915 The blush of spring. 
197 Whither? 
322 A summer pageant. 
391 Peace. 



li 

i8go. 

1891. 



1892. 



1893. 



FOSTER, Wilson Painter. 

Endon, Stoke on Trent. 

1889. 506 Innocence and mischief. 

608 After the day's work is done. 

FOTHERGILL, C. W Painter. 

Cranbrook, Kent. 
1900. 1355 Park House, Smarden. 

FOULGER, Howson Rutherford. 

Painter. 

Qiieensborough Studios, IV. 

1890. Ill "This year, next year, some- 

time, never!" 

FOULON, John Painter. 

15, Marlborough Square, 

Chelsea. 
i8'8. 653 View of Carisbrook Castle, Isle 

of Wicrht. 



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Foulon, John — continued. 

1828. 10S4 View of Muckray Abbey on 
the Lakes of Killarney. 

FOULON, Madame V. 

Miniature Painter. 

23, Beaumont Street. 

1837. 700 Portrait of a gentleman. 

FOULSTON, J Architect. 

At Mr. Askton, 

Vifie Street, Piccadilly. 
1794. 652 Design for an entrance into a 
Park. 

55, Frith Street. 
1804. 8S5 Design for converting the late 
Parliament House, Ireland, 
into a national bank. 
24, St. Alban's Street, 

Pall Mall. 
1808. 832 Design for the north front of a 
royal palace, forming part of 
a design for the improve- 
ment of London. 

1812. S79 Theatre, etc., for Plymouth. 

1813. 837 Public library at Plymouth. 

FOUQUET, L Painter. 

1836. 76 Interior; a study. 

FOURNIER, Charles Painter. 

46, Newi Mount Street. 

1838. 645 Anne Boleyn, the morning of 

her execution. "You have 
advanced me, said she, from 
a private gentlewoman to a 
marchioness, then to a queen ; 
and now, since you can raise 
me no higher, you are going 
to make me a saint in 
heaven." 



FOWENKEL, Magdelena von. 
V. 



See 



FOWKE, Captain Francis, P.E. 

Architect. 

Park House, South Kensini;ton. 

i860. 640 Suggestions for a public Road, 

Hyde Park, etc. 

Science and Art Department. 

1 86 1. 680 Interior of Council Chamber, 

Royal Horticultural Society, 
South Kensington, etc. 

1862. S92 Industrial Museum of Scot- 

land. 

1863. 905 Design for completing the In- 

ternational Exhibition build- 



929 



mg, etc. 
do. 



do. 



FOWKE, Thomas Sculptor. 

I 3, Osnaburgh Street. 

1851. !274 Medallion of a gentleman. 
1282 do. Mrs. Rogers. 
1308 do. a gentleman. 

1852. 1415 do. Mr. J.W. Bird. 
143 1 John Rogers, Esq. 

1476 Bust. 

1853. 1413 Marble medallion of R. Bret- 

tingham, Esq. 

1854. 1426 Medallion of W. Clare, Esq. 
1491 Bust of Mr. Serjeant Thomas. 

1 1 , Mornington Place. 

1856. 1320 Joseph Barber, Esq. 

1857. 1294 W. \V. Williams, Esq.; medal- 

lion. 

1296 J. Jupe, Esq.; medallion. 

1297 Medallion of a lady. 

1346 Jos. Barber, Esq. ; marble bust. 

1858. 1279 Edward Huggins, Esq., J. P.; 

marble. 

1859. 1294 Mrs. Huggins; marble. 
i860. 878 A frame of cameos. 

1056 C. S. Butler, Esq., M.P. 

1861. 1081 Frederick Rose, Esq. 

1862. 1115 — Drysdale, Esq.; medallion. 
1 140 J. Clark, Esq.; do. 

1 142 — Shorey, Esq.; do. 

Park Lodge, 

Percy Cross, Fulham. 

1864. 863 Thomas Downes, Esq.; bronze 

medallion. 

938 Captain Field, musketry in- 
structor to the Hon. Artil- 
lery Company. To be exe- 
cuted in bronze. 

946 Sergeant Anderson of the 
Queen's Westminsters. 

1865. 990 Bronze statuette of H.R.H. the 

Prince of Wales, being the 
prize for the year 1864. Pre- 
sented to the Hon. Artillery 
Cotnpa?iy by His Royal High- 
ness, etc. 
999 Cameo portraits. 
1023 Edward Mackenzie, Esq., of 
Fawley Court. To be executed 
in marble or bronze and pre- 
sented to the British Orphan 
Asylum, Slough, by the artist. 

1866. 978 Captain Field, Musketry In- 

structor to the Hon. Artillery 
Company; bronze statuette. 
1868. 1044 Hurling, national sport; bronze 
statuette. 
iiSi Archery; statuette. 
1S69. 1152 The late Master Willie Matter- 
son ; marble. 
1203 Throwing the hammer, national 
sports; bronze. 



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1870. 


1090 




1144 


1877. 


1482 


FOWLER, 


1892. 


118 


FOWLER, 


1825. 
1828. 


944 
1076 


1829. 


1130 


1830. 


I III 



1831. 1064 
1094 

II 20 

1832. 984 

I0I2 

1833. 992 

1004 
I 107 

1834. 879 





942 




943 


1836. 
1838. 


1026 
1127 




1217 




1226 


1839. 


1245 




1247 


I84I. 

1843. 
1844. 


1013 
1298 
1161 


1846. 


1259 


1847. 
1848. 
1849. 


1088 
1268 
1 100 
1156 



Heath Row Ifoi/se, 

near fh>unslo',v. 
Bust of a gentleman; terra- 
cotta. 
Enid; marble statuette. "Anon 

she rose, etc." 
2, Cormvall Residences, 

Regent's Park. 
Bust of a lady. 

B Painter. 

Glendur Trefrhv, 

North IFa/es. 
Evening. 

Charles Architect. 

9, Great Ormond Street. 

Design for a church. 

do. Covent Garden Mar- 
ket, etc. 

Chapel of ease, Paddington. 

I, Gordon Square. 

The central tower of the Uni- 
versity of King's College, 
York, Upper Canada. 

Bird's-eye view of Covent Gar- 
den Market. 

View of Covent Garden Market. 

Front of a chapel. 

New Hungerford Market. 
do. do. 

do. do. 

do. do. 

New church, St. John's, Pad- 
dington. 

Entrance to Hungerford Mar- 
ket. 

Hungerford Market. 

View across Hungerford Ar- 
cade. 

Interior of a church. 

Market house at Kingston, 
Surrey. 

Monument to Sir Walter Scott, 
Edinburgh, etc. 

Church at Honiton. 

Interior of Honiton church. 

Lodges at Mariston, for Sir 
Ralph Lopes, Bart. 

New church at Honiton. 

Lunatic Asylum near Exeter. 

Design for a monumental 
column. 

Entrance, Devonshire Lunatic 
Asylum near Exeter. 

Chancel of Honiton church. 

Entrance to Powderham Castle. 

Market at Exeter. 

Conservatory of Syon, for the 
Duke of Northumberland. 



FOWLER, Charles Architect. 

7, Upper Wot/urn J'tace. 
1878. 1153 Market Hall, Huddersfield. 

FOWLER, Charles Hodgson. 

Architect. 
4, St. George's Place, Pimlico. 
1862. 818 In the Rue des Aiguilles, 
Bruges. 

The College, Durham. 
1884. 1 3 19 Reredos — chapel of Auckland 

Castle. 
1S87. 1653 New chancel to North Allerton 

church. 
1889. 1862 A new church, Sunderland. 

1899. 1677 Design for new chancel, St. 

Mary's, Oldham. 

FOWLER, Daniel Painter. 

34, Howlaiid Street. 
1839. 632 AUington Castle and Gibraltar 
on the Medway. 

FOWLER, Mrs. E. Miller ... Painter. 

Grenfell Road, Hereford 
1895. ^3 Summer chrysanthemums. 

Donington Rectory, Spalding. 

1900. 843 Roses. 

FOWLER, F. E. H Architect. 

103, Great Russell Street. 

1843. "r3 Doury chapel, Hotwells, Bris- 

tol. 
28, Sackville Street, Bristol. 

1844. 1119 Church at Woolwich. 

1 1 58 Chancel of Parish church. 
1227 Interior of a chancel. 

1845. 1 198 Villa at Greenhall for Captain 

Davies. 

1847. "^5 Villa — Rock Leaze Estate, 

Clifton. 

21, Saville Row. 

1848. 1199 The Square, Notting Hill. 

1849. 1031 Edmonton new church. 

1055 Coffee room. Army and Navy 

Club. 
1 1 39 Army and Navy Club House. 



FOWLER, F. H. 

1876. 



Architect. 

9, Serjeant's Inn. 
86 New National Opera House. 



FOWLER, Howard Painter. 

// oodbastzvick, Nofivich. 
1891. 1378 At Rest. 

FOWLER, J Architect. 

St. Peter's Street, St. Allan's. 
1S12. S84 Design of small villa near St. 
Albans. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



FOWLER, J Architect. 

2, Queen's Square Place, 

Westminster. 
1872. 1152 View from tunnel on District 
Railway, etc. 

FOWLER, James W Architect. 

Louth, Lincolnshire. 
1875. 1&07 Interior of St. Mary's church, 

Newington. 
1884. 1224 St. Swithin's church, Lincoln. 



Miniature Painter. 
I, Brompton Terrace. 
924 Mrs. J. Salway. 

411, Oxford Street. 

1852. S15 Anne, the belle of Newington. 

1853. 698 Miss Fanny Sternbridge. 



FOWLER, Mrs 

1845 



FOWLER, 


1876. 


5+7 


1880. 


794 


1884. 


24 


1885. 


143 




1407 


1889. 


1268 


1890. 


1232 




1278 


1891. 


1002 




1229 




1305 


1892. 


7 




84 



1895. 5'- 

1896. 571 

1897. 288 



1898. 4'8 

1899. 340 
1902. 193 



1903. 158 



Robert, R.I. Painter. 

10, South Castle Street, 

Liverpool. 
Rhodope. 

Pool Buildings, Liverpool. 
Rebekah. 
Artists. 

10, Castle Street, Liveipool. 
Heswell village on the Dee. 
The elocution lesson 
Waiting and watching. 
Wordsworth's leech-gatherer. 
Homewards. 
On the heights. 
Calves. 

Across the twilight shore. 
Early summer morning. 
" With wings folded I rest. On 

mine airy nest as still as a 

brooding dove." — Shelley. 
Stars of the summer night; a 

dream. 
The coming of Apollo. 
" Come, enchantment old, 

whose spells have stolen my 

spirit." 
Lib Abi. (Lilith.) 
Autumn sunshine — Conway. 
Sleeping nymphs discovered by 

a shepherd. 
Canivell House Studio, 

Tite Street, S. W. 
Summer afternoon — Conway. 

" The glory falls on castle 

walls." 



FOWLER, Walter Painter. 

Avalon House, Richmond. 

1888. 547 The road to the sand pits, 

Sheen Common. 
768 Across Hampstead Heath. 

1889. 43 Pastures on the marsh. 
771 Near Southwold. 
578 Wild weather. 
338 On Norfolk Marshes. 
367 Showery weather. 
486 An evening after rain. 
614 A windy day. 
402 Elms. 

Ivy Dene, Mortlake Road, 

Kew. 
692 A hill top. 



1890. 
1897. 



1901. 



FOWLER, T. T Painter. 

7 I , Great Titchfield Street. 
1829. 437 Portrait of a gentleman. 



1902 



FOWLER, 

1829. 248 

1830. 5^5 

(An 

1831. 533 

1832. 6S7 



1833. 426 

1837. S03 

1838. 725 
1135 

1839. 193 
265 
432 
660 

1840. 34 





372 


I84I. 


48 




330 


1844. 


311 


1845. 


125 




557 


1846. 


1,48 


1847. 


376 




633 


1852. 


1267 


FOWNES, 


1816. 


S66 




871 




884 



William Painter. 

25, South Molt on Street. 
Snowdon. 
View in the Campagna near 

Rome, with peasants. 
Honorary Exhibitor.) 
Street scene. 
Composition — Landscape and 

Cattle. 

I, Poland Street. 
A family party. 

49, Poland Street. 
Landscape and cattle. 
Snodland on the Medway. 
Berry Pomeroy castle. 
The Brecon Beacon. 
Hastings beach. 
View near Abergavenny. 
Windsor Castle from near 

Bishopsgate. 
Cader Idris from the river 

Wnion. 
Llyn Idwal, near Capel Cerig. 
Bridge of Lehon, Brittany. 
Mont St. Michel from Av- 

ranches. 

1 1, Eccleston Street. 
View of Glastonbury, 
do. at Caen. 

Llyn Gwynant, North Wales. 
Chateau de Chokier on the 

Meuse. 
Liside of the keep, Richmond 

Castle. 
Study from nature — Windsor 

Park. 
Avignon. 

H Cameo Engraver. 

Battersey, Surrey. 
Cameos on shell. 
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1816. 891 Cameos on shell, 

1817. 950 do. do. 

5, Coventry Street. 

1 8 18. 978 Cameos on shell of Major- 

General the Hon. Sir W. 
Ponsonby, Mr. Scott, and 
Mr. Urwick. 

FOX, Augustus H Painter. 

1 8, Manor Place, Walworth. 

1 84 1. 670 "We make woe wanton with 

this fond delay." 

1842. 532 J. P. Burnard, Esq. 

Shaw Heath, Edgley, Stockport. 
1849. 154 Learning the harvest song. 

FOX, B Architect. 

23, Upper Eaton Street, 

Bloomsbury. 
1S07. 1C41 St. Martin's Church. 

1046 Waltham Cross in the county 
of Essex. 
1808. 906 Design for public building, etc. 
913 do. do. 

FOX, B Painter. 

Barton Mills, Mildenhalt, 

Soham. 
1867. 63 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1870. 25S Lyon Levy, Esq. 
1874. 294 Portrait of a gentleman. 

FOX, Mrs. Bridell Painter. 

4, Campden Hill Road. 

1883. 1 1 14 Rival pets. 

{See Mrs. Frederick Lee Bridell, vol. i, 
page 278.) 

FOX, Charles Miniature Painter. 

2, Whitehead's Grove. 

1836. 487 Portrait of an artist. 
489 J. H. Robinson, Esq. 

1837. 843 Allan Cunningham, Esq. 

858 Lieutenant Joseph Cunning- 
ham, Bengal Engineers. 

FOX, C.J Architect. 

23, Upper Eaton Street. 
180S. 852 The Duke of Devonshire's seat 
at Chiswick. 
957 York Cathedral. 

FOX, Charles James Painter. 

34, Gerrard Street. 

1884. 951 Traveller's resting-place. 

Studios, I, Stanhope Yard. 

1888. 1405 A pastoral. 

1889. 626 Harrow on the Hill from 

Hampstead Heath. 
738 The firs, Hampstead Heath. 



1890. 193 A September evening in Derby- 
shire. 
1894. 337 Darley Dale Church in Feb- 
ruary. 
30, Gloucester Road, 

Regent's Park. 

1896. 17 Stepping stones on the Lledr, 

North Wales. 
465 Evening on the Lledr, North 
Wales. 

Rock Avon, Buxton. 

1897. 215 Bradda Hill, Port Erin, Isle of 

Man. 
451 Haymaking in North Wales. 
666 The High Tor, Matlock Bath. 
Lady Bank, Tamworth. 
1S98. 226 Fair Mona's Isle. 
1 90 1. 276 Solitude. 

1904. 449 Morning in the Vale of Rushen, 
Isle of Man. 

FOX, Edward Painter. 

I , Evelyn Buildings, Oxford St. 

18 13. 71 View in Little Scotland Yard. 

1814. 62 Loading for Market. 

1815. 136 The favourite Jackdaw. 
218 The cottage door. 

489 The skittle ground. 

1816. 172 Heavy gale on the coast of 

Sussex. 
229 The welcome visit; a scene 

from nature. 
249 The Cottagers. 

1817. 159 View at Preston near Brighton. 
547 The windmill. 

18 18. 200 Boys fishing. 

569 View on the Coast of Sussex. 

1820. 125 Landscape. 

161 View on the Thames. 

1 82 1. 294 View near Hampstead Heath. 
432 View near Bramber Castle, 

Sussex. 

1822. 396 Landscape. 

1823. 434 Coppard's Bridge, Horsham, 

Sussex. 

Brighton Place, Brighton. 
1829. 58 1 Shoreham Harbour, Sussex. 
1832. 160 Fish stall on Brighton Beach. 
287 Interior of Old Shoreham 
Church, Sussex. 
1834. 518 Punch. 

1846. 391 Mill on the South Downs. 

44, Market Street, Brighton. 

1847. 1209 A Sussex Cottage. 

184S. 30 A spring at Hurstpierpoint, 
Sussex. 

1850. 1152 Medallion portrait. 

1851. 1070 Distant view of Edinburgh. 

1 1 87 View at Cook's Bridge, near 
Lewes, Sussex. 



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FOX, Miss Eliza Florence (afterwards 
Mrs. F. L. Bridell and Mrs. George 

Edward Fox) Painter. 

5, Cliarlotte Street. 
1848. 735 Herbert Sancton Wood. 

998 The late Sharon Turner, Esq., 
F.S.A., author of the history 
of the Anglo-Saxons, etc. 
1S50. 197 Study of a Factory child. 

3, Sussex Place, Regent's Park. 

1853. 953 Sketch of my father, W. J. 

Fox, M.P. for Oldham. 

1854. 493 Eva and Lilly. 

1857. 522 The Patriot. "No record of 

his crime remains in story, 
etc." 

1858. 275 Minna and Humphrey, chil- 

dren of \V. Hollins, Esq. 
861 Miss Georgina Halliday. 
{See also Mrs. Frederick Lee Bridell, 
vol. i, page 278, and Mrs. Bridell 
Fox, vol. iii, page 151.) 



FOX, Eman Painter. 

2, Queen's Road Studios, 

St. John's IVood. 
1895. 16 Portrait of my cousin. 



FOX, Ernest R Painter. 

Fordington House, Strood, Kent. 
1887. 587 A wind from the sea. 
718 By quiet waters. 

1890. 772 Rochester towers. 
1026 Spring days. 

Wingham, Dover, Kent. 

1891. 415 Blazing July. 

1893. 816 Old Clift Cott.iges, Marazion; 
evening. 

1895. 366 St. Michael's mount — evening. 

1896. 269 Wintry woodland. 

1898. 824 A cornfield. 

1899. 957 St. Michael's Mount. 

1900. 879 Littlecote. 

1901. 331 Over the moors. 



FOX, E. Phillips Painter. 

10, Abbey Road, N. W. 

1903. 169 Moonrise, near Melbourne, 

Australia. 
372 A love story. 
414 Esme, daughter of M. Frischer, 

Esq. 
74; Twilight. 

1904. 129 Elsie, daughter of H. W. 

Brooks, lisc). 
48S Woodland Nymphs. 
747 Reverie. 



FOX, Miss Florence. 

Miniature Painter. 

1 8, Wood Lane, W. 
1S87. 1404 The Earl of Pembroke. 
Kathleen, Burgh Heath, 

Epsom. 
1892. 1338 Miss Brenda Fox. 

Hohnbush Manor, Slinfold, 

Sussex. 
1903. 1074 Dorothy. 

1075 Philip, son of H. G. Kay, Esq. 

FOX, G Painter. 

10, Dartmouth Street, 

I Fes/minster. 
1793. 700 The remains of Upper Catesby 
Church in the County 
Northampton. 

FOX, George Painter. 

40, Brewer Street. 
1874. 801 Early morning. 

FOX, George E. 

Decorative Art Painter. 

4, Campden Hill Road. 
1878. 1154 Study for Ceiling decoration. 

1 167 Library ceiling; Eastnor Castle. 
1S79. 1135 Drawing room ceiling. 

1154 Ceiling decoration. 

1880. 1114 Ceiling, Dorchester House. 

1881. 1C63 Great Hall, Cranford Manor. 

1883. 1228 New library, Warwick Castle. 

1884. 1329 Study for ceiling. 

FOX, Henry Charles Painter. 

8, Aden Grove, N. 
iSSo. 861 Early spring. 

Lemon Cottage, Staines Road, 
Sunbury. 

1882. 888 "The winds of autumn came 

o'er the woods." 
26, Sp! ingdale Road, 

Stoke Neivington. 

1883. 573 A grey day on the upper 

Thames. 

1884. 420 " In with the morning tide." 

1887. 55 Waste land — Leigh, Essex. 

41, Fitzroy Square. 

1888. 1064 An old colony. 

1890. 1619 Stratford on Avon. 

I, Park Road Studios. 

1891. 1264 A winter sunset. 

151, Essex Road, Islington. 
1895. 721; Eashing Bridge, Surrey. 

1897. 12S An autumn afternoon. 
132 A Sussex lane. 

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Oakkigh, Fassett Road, 

Kings ton-on- Thames. 

1899. 1 1 30 The road across the common. 
113S The banks of a river. 

1902. 948 A tidal river. 

FOX, J Miniature Painter. 

29, Poultry. 

1830. 838 Portrait of a gentleman. 
854 do. lady. 

1 83 1. 754 A. Wanderer, Esq. 
794 Mrs. Fox. 

919 Portrait, of an artist. 

1832. 849 do. a gentleman. 

1833. 878 do. do. 
879 do. a lady. 

77, Cheapside. 
1840. 822 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1843. 766 R. A. Fox, Esq. 

1844. 768 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
S80 do. do. lady. 

1846. 743 do. youth. 

FOX, J. Shirley Painter. 

26, Lancaster Road., Nonvood. 
1890. 1093 Lilian. 

9, Scarsdale Studios, 

Stratford Road, IF. 
1896. 924 Miss Evangeline Florence. 
T/ie Studios, 

Campden Hill Road. 
1898. 7S4 W. Dendy Sadler, Esq. 

38, Markham Square. 

1900. 858 Mrs. Geoffrey Marks. 
1263 A water picnic. 

1901. 275 Autumn's Golden hours. 

746 Alex Maclean, Esq., and his 
dog. 

1902. 536 The sun bath. 

FOX, M Painter. 

Tichlwrne Street. 
1815. 151 View of ^^'yburn Water, Cum- 
berland. 

FOX, Nicholas Percy Painter. 

2, Princess Terrace, N. IF. 
1892. 1234 When the sun is low. 

38, Bel size Road. 
1894. 1 1 34 Old Village — Shanklin, Isle of 

Wight. 
1 90 1. 1048 After sundown. 

FOX, Robert Painter. 

2, Stafford Place, Pimlico. 

1853. 14- After the opera. 

1854. 406 Head of a Hindoo. 
1318 A Greek girl. 

1855. 429 Young Kitty. "As she looked 

in the glass, etc." 
111. 



1855. 1364 The chief of his tribe. 

1367 The recluse. "Oh how I love 
thy law, etc." 

1856. 408 Expectation. 

50, Upper ATarylehone Street. 

1857. 140 Jcphthah's daughter. 

1858. 4 'J'he billet-doux. 
43 The souvenir. 

31, Berners Street. 

1859. 35 The path through the wood. 
198 Timidity. 

940 After the opera. 

5 I , Upper Charlotte Street. 

1 86 1. 6 La Senorita. 

85 The leisure hour. 
212 The signal. 
346 Faith. 

1862. 97 Margaret Ramsey. "Yet, who 

knows, she said, etc." 
442 Buy my primroses. 
592 Jephthah's daughter. 

19, How I and Street. 

1863. 41 Going to school. 

215, King's Road, Chelsea. 

1864. 438 An East Indian. 

24, Russell Place. 

1866. 76 Head of an Arab. 

215, King's Road, Chelsea. 

1867. 228 Buy my oranges. 

7, Great Cheyne Roiv. 

1865. 352 A bush ranger. 

FOX, R Painter. 

Church Street, Hackney. 
1867. 109 Fruit. 

FOX, Miss S Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1796. 400 Petrarch's tomb. 

401 Waller's tomb. 

454 A poppy from nature. 
1804. 691 Portrait of a lady. 
1827. 895 Interior of Penn Church, 
Bucks. 



FOX, Samuel M Sculptor. 

Child Hill House, Hanipslead. 

1887. 1861 "Washed ashore"; statuette, 

bronze. 

1902 A child of the Lagoons. " Mi 

chiama il mare"; head, 

bronze. 



FOX, T Miniature Painter. 

5, Grenada Terrace, 

Commercial Road. 
1834. 682 Mrs. T. Fox. 

X 



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FOX, T. M Miniature Painter. 

2, Bedford Place, 

Commercial Road. 

1843. 960 Mrs. T. Barton. 

1 1 , Bedford Place. 

1844. '°'^ Mrs. Luke Farrer. 

1845. 925 Miss Russel, Strealham. 

1846. 766 Mr. J. Murray, Limehouse. 



FOX, W Architect. 

II, King Street, City Road. 
182S. looi Concert Rooms, etc., Brighton. 

FOX, W Painter. 

4, Exeter Place, 

Walham Green. 
1864. 357 On Wimbledon Common. 



FOX, William E Painter. 

1 7, Campden Hill Gardens. 
1903. 922 Christmas roses. 

FOXHALL, E. M Architect. 

7 1 , Baker Street. 
182 1. 993 Design to the memory of a 
friend. 



FOY, William Painter. 

28, Clarges Street. 

1829. 168 Portrait of a gentleman. 

409 General Hart, M.P., Governor 
of Londonderry, etc. 

611 Young Swiss peasants crossing 
a river. 

1830. 336 The pride of the village. 

27, How land Street. 

1833. 143 The Hon. Mrs. Ponsonby. 

172 The Hon. Richard Ponsonby, 

D.D., Bishop of Derry. 
4?9 Mrs. Devonshire. 
999 Miss Georgiana Hart. 

1834. 38S Portrait of a gentleman. 
600 Boys blowing bubbles. 

28, Clarges Street. 

1835. 573 Intrusion on the toilet. 
1838. 161 The rescued. 

473 Hon. Mrs. Ponsonby. 
1S39. 19S Portraits of a young lady and 
parrot. 

FOYSTER, H. S Architect. 

At Mr. Ilardwick's, 

Berners Street. 
1S08. 918 Design for a Villa. 
1809. 829 do. museum. 



FRADELLE, Henry Joseph. 

Painter. 

4, Nassau Street. 

Middlesex Hospital. 
181 7. 70 Milton dictating Paradise Lost 
to his daughter. " Thus 
with the year, etc." 
1 81 9. 297 Portrait of a general officer. 
1822. 181 The death of Adelaide. 

The beautiful Adelaide was be- 
trothed toCominges,but sacrificed 
by her father to a rich and jealous 
noble. Cominges, under the char- 
acter of an artist, introduced him- 
self into her house. She implored 
him to leave her. While on his 
knees bidding her a last farewell, 
they were surprised by the hus- 
band, who fights with Cominges. 
Adelaide in her attempt to part 
them is wounded by her husband, 
who then is slain by Cominges. 
He fled believing Adelaide to be 
dead, sought refuge as a monk of 
La Trappe. Adelaide recovered, 
and went forth to seek Cominges, 
and discovered him by his singing, 
among the monks. She became, 
in disguise, a noviciate, and every- 
where followed his steps, but con- 
cealed from him that she was 
Adelaide. The austerity of the 
life hastened her dissolution, but 
being permitted before her death 
to break her silence, she ex- 
claimed, "Cominges!" and died. 

1824. 159 Othello relating the story of 

his life to Brabantio and 
Desdemona. " These things 
to hear would Desdemona 
seriously incline, etc." 

1825. 14S Olivia and Viola. "You are 

now out of your text, etc." 
I, Fitzroy Street. 

1837. 15 Mrs. Jeffery. 

1838. 430 Mr. Thomas H. Johnston. 

50, Uf'per Maiylcl'one Street. 

1839. 1219 An incident in Milton's life 

when a student at Cam- 
bridge, etc. 

44, Cirencester Place. 

1845. 267 Captain Basset, R.A. 

5, Brecknock Crescent. 

1854. loS Portrait of the son of W. T. 
Barnes, Esq., of Rowley 
Lodge, Shenley, Herts. 

1855- '339 Youngest son of the late \V. T. 
Barnes, Esq. 



FRAIKIN, Charles Auguste. 

Sculptor. 
Brussclls. 
1874. 1496 Un premier enfant. 



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FRAMPTON, Alfred Architect. 

24«, Fiatherstone Jiiii/duh^s. 
18S1. 1077 Design for an Art Museum. 

57, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
1882. 1223 A Museum of Fine Arts. 



FRAMPTO 



1877. 1181 

1878. 1142 

1880. 1 168 

1881. 1125 



1883. .23, 



1884. 


1209 


1885. 


I9I3 




1920 


1887. 
1888. 


I7I9 

.758 

1746 




1852 


1889. 


1905 



I94I 

1891. 1896 

1892. 1832 

1894. 1586 

1895. 1531 

"547 



N, Edward. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

10, Souihampton Sl/ret. 

Vestibule, Conservative Club, 
Manciiester. 

Stained glass windows, do. 

East window, Barnston church, 
Dunmow Priory. 

Window, St. Paul's Church, 

Beckenham. 
82, Buckingham Palace Road. 

Window, St. Paul's, Beckenham. 
do. Ings Church, West- 
morland — The Transfigura- 
tion. 

Window, St. John's Cathedral, 
Denver, Colorado, U.S.A. 

Window, St. Jude's Church, 
South Kensington. 

Chapel decoration. Western 
Manor, Freshwater. 

110., Buckingham Palace Road. 

Window, Newcastle Cathedral, 
do. West Croydon Church, 
do. Newcastle Cathedral 
— The miraculous draught 
of fishes. 

Window, Newcastle Cathedral 
— Christ's charge to Peter. 

Window, St. Jude's Church, 
South Kensington — The 
Apostles' Creed and their 
antitypes. 

Window to Admiral Blake in 
St. Margaret's Church, West- 
minster. 

Window, Royal Masonic In- 
stitute for Girls. 

Window, St. Margaret's, Lowes- 
toft. 

Window, Hawarden Church, 
do. Faldingw^orth, Lin- 
coln. 

Window, Nottingham parish 
church. 



1897. 2042 The Annunciation ; relief, 

metal. 
[898. 5S5 As the sun goes down. 



FRAMPTON, Edward Reginald. 

Painter and Sculptor. 

no, Buckingham Palace Road. 

1895. 1672 The Annunciation; relief. 

1896. 752 St. Cecilia. 

1908 Model for Langham Sketching 
Club Mug. 



FRAMPTON, George 

F.S.A 



1884. 
1885. 

1887. 



1888. 
1889. 

1890. 



1891. 
1892. 



1 997 



1S93. 1721 



1894. 1788 



1895. 1644 



1S96. 
1897. 



1898. 



James, R.A., 

Sculptor. 

83, U'arnerRoad, Catnl/emell. 
1799 Socrates teaching the people in 
the Angora. 

20, Great Ormond Street. 
2006 Study of a head; terracotta. 
2063 do. do. 

2106 do. bronze. 

98a, Warner Road, 

Cambenvell Green. 
i8o2 G. R.Bell, Esq., F.G.S. ; bust, 

bronze. 
1837 The songster. 
1913 Miss Beatrice M. Latham ; 

bust. 
1934 An act of mercy; group. 
2110 "In silence prayeth she." — 

Coleridge. Bust, bronze. 
19S0 St. Christina; relief. 
206S Mary and Agnes, daughters of 
L. Karslake, Esq. ; relief, 
plaster. 
2090 The Angel of Death ; statue. 
2061 St. Christina; low relief, bronze. 
2102 A caprice; statue. 

The children of the wolf; 

statue. 
32, Quee7i's Road, 

St. John's IVood. 
The vision ; relief. 
787 Mysteriarch. 
1S22 The children of the wolf; 
statue, bronze. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
Obverse and reverse of silver 
medal for 500th Annivers- 
ary of Winchester College. 
" My thoughts are my chil- 
dren" ; relief. 
Mother and child ; group, 
bronze. 
1686 Music and dancing; low relief, 

in silver, etc. 
1709 Gold Medal for Glasgow Uni- 
versity. 
1839 Seven heroines out of " Mort 
d' Arthur"; panel for a door. 
2074 The late Charles Keene; me- 
dallion, bronze. 
2101 Dame Alice Owen (a.d. 1547- 
161 3), foundress of Owen's 
School, Islington ; statue, 
bronze and marble. For the 
Entrance Hall of the School. 
1863 A bronze memorial. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Frampton, George James, R.A., F.S.A. 
— continued. 

1898. 1864 Case of ornaments ; enamel. 
1950 John Passmore Edwards, Esq.; 

bust, bronze. J^or the Cam- 
berwell Museum and School 
of Art. 

1899. 1928 William Rathbone, Esq. ; bust. 

Study for statue in Liver- 
fool. 

1932 St. George; statuette. 

1941 Dr. William Garnett, secretary 
to the Technical Education 
Board, etc. 

1900. 1970 Lamia; bust, ivory and bronze, 
1972 E. M. P. Fisher, Esq. ; bust, 

marble. 
2039 George Russell Cockerell, Esq.; 
bust, bronze. 

1901. 1729 Martin Harvey as Sidney Car- 

ton in " The Only Way " ; 
bust. 

1782 Medal of C.l.V.,for the Cor- 

poration of the City of Lon- 
don ; and seal for the Queen 
Victoria Clergy Fund. 
1816 Edward VI. To he executed in 
bronze for Giggleszvick School, 
Yorkshire. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1902. 1620 Lady of the Isle of Avelyon ; 

head, bronze. 

1629 Chaucer; bust. To be executed 
in marble for the Guild- 
hall. 

1634 Alfred East, Esq., A. R.A.; 
head, bronze. 

1638 The Marchioness of Granby; 
bust, marble. Diploma work. 

1672 James Fleming, Esq.; relief, 
marble. 

17 1 3 Lyonors; head, bronze. 

1903. 1741 William Strang, Esq.; bust, 

bronze. 

1746 Chaucer; bust, marble. For 
Guildhall. 

1766 Part of a memorial to a hero; 
low relief, bronze. " So he 
bringeth them unto their de- 
sired haven." 

1783 Sir Walter Besant; bas-relief, 

bronze. To be placed in St. 
Paul's Cathedral. 

1904. 1711 Seymour Lucas, Esq., R.A.; 

bust, bronze. 
1733 St. George; statue. Fart of 

War Memorial for Radley 

College. 
1739 Mrs. George Mosenthal; bust, 

marble. 



1904. 1750 The late Marquess of Salis- 
bury, K.G.; bust, marble. 
For the Oxford Union So- 
ciety. 
1796 The late Archbishop Temple; 
bust, bronze. To be placed in 
Sherborne School. 



FRANCE, Charles Painter. 

Stoneybank, Bardon, 

near Skip ton. 

1888. 569 On the Wharfe — late autumn 

evening. 

Tal-y-Bont, Conway. 

1889. 721 At the head of Ogwen Lake. ■ 

FRANCE, W. F. or J Architect. 

20, Wharf Paddinglon. 

1839. 1 166 Lord Hill's bridge on the 

G. AV. Railway. 

1840. 1019 The arrival of the G. W. train 

at its terminus at Padding- 
ton. 



FRANCES, Miss E Painter. 

I, Great Camden Street. 

1857. 649 " Pour deux sous." 

FRANCES, H. E Painter. 

Rutland Cottage, Hampstead. 
1851. 710 The straw plaiter. 

II, Holland Street, Brixton. 

1858. 39 La fontaine du village. 

FRANCES, Miss S Painter. 

2, Bloomfeld Villas, 

Tufnell Park. 

1859. 993 Amy. 

FRANCHESCHI, B Sculptor. 

20, London Street. 
1842. 1337 Bust in marble of H.M. the 
Queen. 

14, Car burton Street. 
1844. 1375 Bust of H.R.H. Prince Albert. 

FRANCIA, Count Alexendi T. 

Painter. 

23, Cockspur Street. 

1841. 233 French fishing boats — coast of 

Calais. 

281, Regent Street. 

1842. 364 View on the river Lea. 
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157 



Qiiar/icr Leopold, Bnisselh. 
1867. 422 The hurnini^ ship. 

FRANCIA, Frangois Louis Thomas. 

Painter. 
At Air. Bart-oiv's, 

36, Brunswick Street, 

Souilnvark. 
1795. 443 Five small views in one frame. 
12, Fnrtiivars Inn Court. 
iigS. 367 Orlando and Oliver. 

487 A View of Mr. Wilkes's cottage 

in the Isle of Wight. 
860 A View from Shanklin Chine, 
Isle of Wight. 

1797. 643 A character of a tree. 

660 Nine characters of trees. 

661 do. do. 

828 View of Winchester Cathedral. 
loSi do. Mrs. Clive's monument 
at Twickenham, in Mr. 
Berry's garden. 

1798. 355 S.W. view of Stepney church 

from the back lane. 
400 N.W. view of the entrance to 

Carisbrook Castle, Isle of 

Wight. 
406 S.W. view of Carisbrook Castle, 

Isle of Wight. 
590 A distant view of Yarmouth, Isle 

of Wight, from Lymington, 

with part of Lymington river. 

1799. 352 View near the Dropping well, 

Knaresborough. 

353 A study near Leeds. 

354 Mrs. Rood's, near Leeds, York- 

shire. 

412 A waterfall in Cumberland. 

830 Knaresborough Castle. 

832 Kirkstall Abbey, Yorkshire. 

874 Farnham Castle, Surrey. 

891 A study in Buttermere, Cum- 
berland. 

926 A View at Hambleside. 

4, Osnalmrgh Row, Pimlko. 

1800. 386 View between St. Asaph's and 

Buddlan, North Wales. 
469 The pass leading to Pont Aber- 

glaslyn from Beth Kellert. 
516 View of a shrine in Sir Charles 

Vackley's grounds at Shrews- 
bury. 
551 View of Snowdon, North 

Wales. 
573 View of Aber between Conway 

and Caernarvon, North 

Wales. 
755 The back view of Harlech Inn, 

North Wales. 
782 A view. 



I80I. 318 


South-west view of Powis 




Castle, North Wales. 


319 


South-east view of Powis 




Castle — Dawn. 


355 


View from the Queen's Palace. 


408 


Night. 


497 


View in Holland — noon. 


502 


do. do. misty morn- 




ing. 


546 


View near Battersea — even- 




ing. 




22, Bryanstone Square. 


1802. 20 


A shipwreck on the coast of 




Picardy. 


345 


Interior of an inn at Llanberis, 




North Wales. 


5" 


View near Ludham, Norfolk. 


522 


View of Cader Idris, North 




Wales. 


573 


View of Beachy Head, Sussex. 


1070 


View of Flint. 




5, Lo7fer Phinimo7-e Place. 


1803. 407 


Waterfall near Keswick. 


474 


Barmouth Harbour. 


543 


Harlech Castle from the sea. 


660 


Richmond, Yorkshire; a study. 


68 5 


Rippon; a study. 


693 


Night after a storm on the coast 




of Picardy. 


1804. 14 


Southampton river from Spring 




place, Hants. 


398 


North-west view of Lord 




Holland's. 


544 


Dover castle defended by the 




Volunteers. 


581 


A Quarry in Westmorland. 


652 


Two views of interiors; No. i. 




Winchester; No. 2, Christ's 




church, Hants. 


660 


Dover coast. 




Wood End Green, 




Hayes, Middlesex. 


1805. 3' 


View near Knaresborough, 




Yorkshire. 


89 


View in the New Forest, Hants. 


49' 


A view at Botwell near Hayes, 




Middlesex. 


494 


Stables at Titchfield House, 




Hants. 


495 


A view from Long Pond, Hayes 




Green, Middlesex. 


1806. 66 


A view in the New Forest, 




Hants. 


205 


A sketch for a large picture. 


514 


A study at Wood End Green, 




Hayes, Middlesex. 


909 


View of Swakeley House, 




Middlesex, the seat of Mr. 




Clark. 


1807. 2S6 


Sketch near Southampton. 



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Francia, Francois Louis Thomas — 

continued. 

L. S. Francia., Secretary to ilie 
Society of Associated Artists 
in Water Colours, ^c^, Poland 
Street, Oxford Street. 
iSii. 483 Fishing boats. 
(Painter in water colours to H.R.H. the 
Dutchess of York.) 
L. Francia, 

I, So 11 til Street, 

Finsbury Square. 

1813. 585 View of Beachy Head, Sussex, 

showing that portion of it 
which lately fell in. 

603 Sketch from nature below 
Gravesend. 

622 The Devonshire East India- 
man, outward bound, drop- 
ping into deep water to take 
in her lading below Graves- 
end. " On the bosom of old 
Father Thames she rides 
majestic." 

736 The Devonshire East India- 
man, homeward bound, 
standing in for the river; 
sketched at the Nore. 

18 14. 476 Craft and men-of-war at the 

Mouth of the Thames. 

492 His Russian Majesty's ship 
Yatosloff (or Holy Glory) 
refitting at Northfleet. 

537 Four views on the Thames. 

603 H.M.S. La Hogue, commanded 
by the Hon. Capt. Capel, 
cruising off Cherbourg. 

611 A Danish man-of-war lost off 
the coast of Brittany. 

1815. 219 A brisk gale on the Kentish 

coast. 

230 Study of Rocks at Pensax 

Court, Worcestershire, seat 
of Mrs. Glutton. 

231 A squall coming on — Coast of 

Brittany. 
334 A study and composition in 
Cobham Park, Kent, seat of 
Lord Darnley. 

1816. 303 Saving the crew of the brig 

" Leipzig," wrecked on Yar- 
mouth bar on the 7th De- 
cember, 181 5. 

After an attempt with one of the 
largest pilot-boats to effect a com- 
munication with the .stranded 
vessel having failed, from the vio- 
lence of the wind and heavy sea, 
and no probability of saving the 
lives of the crew, Lieutenant 
Woodycr instantly came down to 
the pier with the mortar, and suc- 



ceeded in throwing the line over 
the vessel's topsail yard, to which, 
by great exertion of the crew, they 
made the line fast to a hawser, iu 
doing which one man was washed 
overboard and drowned; which 
hawser was hauled on shore to the 
Pier head. Lieutenant Woodyer 
fired another shot and threw the 
second line over the same topsail 
yard, to which he made fast a 
saddle made of plaited rope, with 
a large leaden thimble in it, put- 
ting on the hawser with a fail 
block, and rove a line as a whip, 
to haul the saddle backward and 
forward on the hawser, having 
first attached a tally to it, on 
which were directions for the 
crew (who were obliged to take 
shelter in the main top from the 
fury of the storm); on their haul- 
ing the saddle to them, and agree- 
ably to directions, they made the 
hawser and tail-block fast to the 
mast-head, when one man got into 
the saddle at a time, and was 
safely hauled on shore, by which 
means the master, two mates, and 
seven men were saved. 

1816. 316 Saving the crew and passengers 

from the brig Providence, 
wrecked off Winterton, on 
the 15th of April, 18 15. 

On the rope being projected 
over the vessel (which v\'as 150 
yards from the shore) the master, 
William Field, secured it and 
immediately hawled a sufficient 
quantity on board for the bit to 
return to the shore, and with it 
enclosed himself and daughter by 
a clove-hitch ; and while in the 
act of handing it to his crew for 
the same purpose, a tremendous 
sea broke over the vessel, carrying 
him and the girl overboard ; the 
people on shore instantly hawled 
them through the surf in safety to 
land, without the slightest injury. 
The rope was afterwards hawled 
back by the persons on board, 
who, consisting of four men and 
one boy, came in the same way by 
it, just before the vessel went to 
pieces. 

661 Solitude. "Ne pourrai je 
jamais, etc." 
7, St. George's Place, 

Camberwell. 

1817. 59S Sketch from nature at Wood 

End Green, Hayes, Middle- 
sex. 

599 The High Street, Carshalton, 
Surrey, painted on the spot. 

601 The summit of the Malvern 
Hills from Pensax Court, 
seat of Mrs. Clatton; painted 
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(Painter to H.R.H. the late Duchess of 
York and Secretary to the British Consul 
at Calais.) 

Place d^ Amies, Calais. 

1822. 233 A squall off Calais in Novem- 

ber last, the British Squadron 
in the offing, which received 
His Britannic Majesty on 
board from Hanover; Dutch 
and French boats saluting. 

FRANCIA, Mrs Painter. 

4, Osnabiirgh Roiv, Pimlico. 
1801. 346 East view of Caernarvon Castle, 

North Wales. 
1803. 4S6 A Landscape. 

FRANCILLON, Miss E. F. 

Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1800. 379 The lodge house at Beddington 

Park, Carshalton, Surrey. 

1801. 456 A cottage. 

1807. 339 A cottage in Surrey. 

13, Howard Street, Strand. 
1817. 523 Flowers. 
537 do. 

22, Norfolk Street, Strand. 

1823. 529 Flowers. 
607 do. 

FRANCIS Miniature Painter. 

14, Holborn. 
1797. 972 Portrait of himself. 

FRANCIS, C. W Sculptor. 

1837. 1214 Medallic portrait of a gentle- 
man. 

56, Albany Street. 
1845. 1465 Medallion portrait of James 
Thompson. 

FRANCIS, Miss Eleanor Painter. 

Edcnham, Shaftesbury Road, 
Southsea. 
1889. 1069 Christmas roses. 

FRANCIS, Miss Eva Painter. 

Edenham, Shaftesbury Road, 
Southsea. 
1889. 1265 Old-fashioned flowers. 
1900. 939 Apple blossom. 

1300 Lenten roses. 
1903. 71; Clematis. 

866 Apple blossom. 



FRANCIS, Frederick and Horace. 

Architects. 
38, Upper Bedford Place. 
i860. 676 House, St. Leonard's Dale, 
near Windsor. 
701 Almshouses at Fulham, etc. 
1S63. 906 Christ Church, Paddington. 

FRANCIS (F. and H.) and SAUN- 
DERS (J. E.) Architects. 

Palmerston Buildings, 

Old Broad Street. 
1878. 1086 The Grand Hotel, Trafalgar 
Square. 

FRANCIS, Frederick John. 

Architect. 

At Mr. Hopper's, 

40, Connaught Terrace. 
1835- 95° House at Bucklersbury for 
W. H. H. Hartley, Esq. 

1836. 1056 House in Hertfordshire. 

1837. 1056 Nobleman's house in North 

Britain. 

1 1 , St. George's Terrace. 
18^8. 1208 The Atlas Fire Office. 



FRANCIS, 

1820. 1016 
1 04 1 



Ii522. 994 



1823. II2S 
1825. 1015 



1034 

1827. 1069 
1092 

1828. 1149 
1186 
II97 
I198 
1200 

1829. I1S3 

1830. 1257 



1832. I14S 
I150 
I165 

I185 



John Sculptor. 

Thornham, Norfolk. 
Bust of T. W. Coke, Esq. 
do. Sir W. Boltou, R.N. 
2, N'eii) Norfolk Street, 

Park Lane. 
Bust of Miss Horatia Nelson. 
Bust of Mr. Scott. 

6, Upper York Street. 
Bust of T. Divett, Esq., M.P. 
Bust in marble of Her late 
Royal Highness Princess 
Charlotte. 
Bust of T. Devitt, Esq. 

Bust of Vernon, Esq. 

Bust of Mrs. Vernon. 

Leader Place, Chelsea. 
Bust of a lady, 
do. gentleman. 

do. do. 

do. lady. 

Captain Francis Vernon. 
Marble bust of Lord Holland. 
Miniature marble bust of the 
Duke of Wellington. 

56, Albany Street. 
Bust in marble of Earl Grey, 
do. do. His Majesty. 

do. do. the Duke of 

Wellington. 
Bust in marble of the Earl of 
Essex. 



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Franci 


3, John — continued. 


1843. 


1400 


Marble statue of the late Duke 


1832. 


1202 


Bust in marble of the Duke of 
Bedford. 






of Sutherland. For Dornoch 
Cathedral. 




1226 


Cabinet statue in marble of 
Earl Grey. 




1430 


Marble bust of the late Duke 
of Norfolk. 


1833- 


114S 


Model of a bust of the Hon. 
Mrs. Vernon. 


1S44. 


1265 


Bust in marble of H.R.H. 
Prince Albert. Executed by 




1150 


Marble bust of Lord John 






Command of LLer Majesty. 






Russell. 


1S45. 


1366 


Marble bust of the Duke of 




i'53 


Model of a bust of the Hon. 






Norfolk. 






G. J. Vernon, M.P. 




1458 


Marble bust of the Duchess of 




"75 


Marble bust of the Lord Chan- 






Norfolk. 






cellor. {Lord Brougham.) 


1847. 


1355 


Bust in bronze of His late 


1834. 


1056 


Marble bust of the late Duke 
of Sutherland. 






Royal Highness the Duke of 
Sussex. 




IIOI 


Marble bust of the Duke of 
Sutherland. 


1848. 


1405 


A marble bust of Lord John 
Russell. 




1 107 


Marble statue of the late Duke 
of Sutherland. 




1470 


Model of Eos, a favourite Grey- 
hound of H.R.H. Prince 




1 109 


Marble statue of theLordChan- 
cellor. {Lord Brougham.) 






Albert. Executed for H.R.H. 

in bronze. 


1835- 


1131 


Marble figure of Lady Adeliza 
Howard, daughter of the 


1849. 


1329 


Marble bust of the late Hon. 
Edward Petre. 






Earl of Surrey. 


1851. 


'327 


Marble bust of H. W. Eaton, 


1836. 


1098 


Statue of Lord John Russell. 






Esq. 




1 107 


Bust of the Bishop of Norwich. 
{Henry Bathurst.) 




1344 


Marble bust of Master William 
Eaton. 




1117 


Bust of Lord Melbourne. 




1347 


Marble bust of Master Herbert 


1837- 


1175 


11 Penseroso. "Come, but keep 






Eaton. 






thy wonted state, etc." 




1361 


Marble bust of Miss Eaton. 




11S6 


A sleeping child. 




.3S4 


do. Master Eaton. 




1254 


Cabinet statue in marble of 
Lord Melbourne. 


1852. 


1375 


Posthumous bust in marble of 
the late Earl of Carlisle. 




1267 


Model of a bust of Earl Spencer. 




1378 


Posthumous bust of the late 




1288 


Cabinet statue in marble of 






Hon. W. S. Lascelles. 






H.R.H. the Duke of Sussex. 


1853- 


1406 


Marble bust of the late Duke 




1289 


Colossal bust in marble of 






of Wellington. 






Lord Melbourne. 


1854. 


1445 


Marble bust (posthumous) of 


1838. 


1258 


Colossal bust in marble of the 
Duke of Wellington. 






the late Hon. and Rev. 
James Norton of Anningsley 


1839. 


1341 


Marble bust of Colonel C. R. 






Park, Surrey. 






Fox. 


1855- 


'443 


Vice-Admiral Sir Charles 




■345 


Marble bust of Lady Fox. 






Napier. 


1840. 


1138 
1172 


Bust in marble of H.AL the 

Queen. 
Posthumous bust of the Duch- 


1857- 


1348 


The Earlof Aberdeen; Cabinet 
bust. 






ess Countess of Sutherland. 


FRANCIS 


John Deffett Painter. 




1 189 


Bust in marble of Tames Locke, 






24, St. James's Street. 






Esq., M.P. 


1846. 


829 


From the mortal remains of 


1841. 


1261 

1287 


A cabinet bust of Her late 
Royal Highness the Princess 
Augusta. Executed for the 
Duke of Sussex. 

A cabinet bust of H.R.H. the 






Major-Gcneral Sir William 
Nott the day after he died. 
"The sleeping, and the dead, 
are but as pictures." 






Prince Albert. Executed for 


FRANCIS, 


M Sculptor. 






ttie Duke of Sussex. 


1834. 


1028 


Bust of his father. 




1289 


A cabinet bust of the Queen. 












E.xecuted for the Duke of 


FRANCIS, 


Miss ..Miniature Painter. 






Sussex. 




(An 


Honorary Exhibitor.) 


1842. 


1267 


MarblebustofH.M. theQueen. 


1799. 


714 


Portrait of a gentleman. 



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FRANCIS, Miss Mary (afterwards FRANK, Mrs. Ellen Painter. 



Mrs. Thornycroft) Sculptor. 

56, Albany Street. 

1835. iioo Bust of a gentleman. 

1836. 1080 do. the late Charles Sharpe, 

Esq. 
1099 A sleeping infant; a study. 

1837. 1238 Portrait of a boy. 

1838. 1259 The orphan girl; an ideal 

statue. 

1839. 1304 Statue in marble of an orphan 

flower girl. 
{See Mrs. Thornycroft.) 

FRANCIS, Thomas E Painter. 

23, Canoiibury Park South, 

Canonbury. 
1900. 877 Fruit trees. 

1 3, Robert Street, 

Hainpstead Road. 
1904. 592 Amberley mount. 

FRANCIS, W. T Painter. 

434, West Strand. 
1844. 154 L' Allegro ed il Penseroso. 

242 Scene in Chevening Park, 
Kent. 
{See Walter Francis Tiffin.) 

FRANCK, Miss Helen Painter. 

33, Sterndale Road. 

1885. 382 Bulrushes. 

65, Newman Street. 

1886. 36S Clearing up after rain — Derby- 

shire. 

7, Bolton Studios. 

1887. S93 All flesh is grass. 

1010 Street at Grez, near Fontain- 
bleau. 

24, Lang/iatn Street. 

1888. 1 131 In our Kitchen. 

1889. 1 169 Still life. 

loa, Blenheim Place. 

1892. 200 A fruit piece. 

1893. 24 Hemlock and Poppies. 

1894. 275 Black Diamonds. 

1895. ^^9 For the banquet. 

463 Clearing up after Rain. 

24, Abercorn Place. 

1896. 497 Street in Gernsbach, Black 

Forest. 

34a, Finchley Road. 

1899. 307 Grapes. 
454 Vegetables. 

1900. 1029 A panel of arum lilies. 

FRANCOIS, J Painter. 

Antwerp, or at Mr. AnselPs, 
S, Upper John Street. 
1788. 379 The judgement of Paris. 
III. 



198, Belsize Road, Kilburn. 
1899. 623 Before the beak. 

73, Carlton Mansions, 

A'/aida Vale. 
1 90 1. 744 "These bright and glorious 
creatures, etc." 

1903. 821 Reflections. 

864 A Dutch interior. 

1904. 1041 A young Vollendammcr. 

FRANKLIN, George Painter. 

1825. 649 Ruin near Attleburgh, Norfolk. 

6, John Street, Blackfriars Rd. 

1826. 294 Philoctetes. 

14, New Street S</i/arc. 
1828. 321 The bather. 

44, Dean Street. 
1S29. 474 Nymph and cupid. 

44, Fetter Lane. 

1841. 273 View in Venice. 

1842. 396 Near Shanklin, Isle of Wight. 

1844. 541 Sheep — evening. 
969 Mrs. A. F. Ashton. 

44, Dean .Street. 

1845. 1 172 Summer morning — banks of 

the Rhine. 

FRANKLIN, J Painter. 

116, Seymour Street, 

Euston Square. 
1832. 602 The struggle for the standard. 
1833- 539 The musical party. 

26, London Street. 

1834. 6^2 Scene i' th' olden time. 

57, Charlotte Street. 

1835. 429 Gil Bias and the Archbishop of 

Grenada; a sketch. 
1S39. 616 Miss Nolcken. 
1840. 663 Mrs. George Rowley. 

24, Solio Square. 

1843. 252 A scene from Bombastes Fu- 

rioso. " He 's but a general, 
damsel, I'm a King, etc." 

1848. 472 Paired off. 

1861. 792 Designs for playing cards. 

FRANKLIN, W Painter. 

1800. 757 A drawing. 

JVew Brentford. 

1801. 637 View of part of Brighton. 

Eppi)ig Forest. 

181 7. 741 South East View of Thoydon 

Garnon church, nearEpping, 
Essex. 
741 View in Epping Plain. 

18 18. S45 Scene in Lord Spencer's park, 

Wimbledon, Surrey. "There 
is a willow grows ascaunt 
the brook, etc." 

Y 



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FRANKS, J. J Architect. 

35, Sovereign Street^ 

Edgeivare Road. 
1S30. 1 1 54 View of part of Penrhyn castle, 
etc. 

40, Coniiaiight Terrace. 
I S3 1. 96S Stables to Penrhyn Castle. 

FRANQUINET, W Painter. 

14, Berners Street. 
1S33. 12S Portrait of a young gentleman 
in the costume of the time 
of Charles I. 

FRANZ, Ettore Roesler Painter. 

e'o G. Sqi/ire, 293, Oxford St. 
1885. i:+6 The Tiber and the Temples of 
Vesta and Fortune, Rome. 

1887. 1306 An old olive tree, Tivoli. 

1888. 1238 Brightness and poverty. 

1364 Morning mist in April at Rome. 

FRASER, Alexander, A.Ji.S.A. 

Painter. 
Lawn Market, Edinburgli. 
tSio. S2 A green stall. 

181 2. 48 The new coat. 

343 Preparing for the fish market. 
29, Suffolk Street. 

1813. 140 A poultry stall. 
151 A green stall. 

24, Banner Street, St. Luke's. 

1814. 220 Snipe shooting. 

1821. 119 Preparation for dinner. 

13, Ossulston Street. 
1823. 379 Portrait of an old highlander. 
I o, Johnson Street, 

Sowers Toii'n. 

1825. loS A scene on the sea beach. 

5 r, Johnson Street. 

1826. 359 A fishing boat. 

1827. 62 A girl mending a net. 
196 Dead game. 

1S28. 1S3 The blackbird and his tutor. 

1829. 54 A cobler at lunch. 

1830. 279 Deoch-an-doruis. 

1831. 312 Tapping the ale barrel. 

5, Be /grave Ten-ace, Pimlico. 
1833. 40S Rembrandt in his painting 
room. 

65, Upper Seymour Street. 
1835. 197 ^^'ar's alarms. 
1837- 453 The village sign painter. 

1839. 538 A scene from Parnell's "Her- 

mit." "Rich luscious wine 
a golden goblet graced, etc." 

1840. 274 Courtship. "But gic me a 

canny hour at e'en, etc." 

1 84 1. 1170 A scene at Newhaven, near 

Edinburgh. 



1842 
1843 



1S44. 



1845. 



1846. 



157 A Scottish dinner. 

336 Portrait of a lady. 

410 A scene from the " Heart of 
Midlothian." "Butler clasped 
the extended hand which 
has supported his orphan in- 
fancy, wept over it, and in 
vain endeavoured to say 
more than the words, God 
comfort you." 

142 Sir Walter Scott in his early 
days, dining with one of the 
blue-gown beggars of Edin- 
burgh. " The mutton was 
excellent, so were the po- 
tatoes and whiskey." 

43: From the old Scottish song of 
" Get up and bar the door, 
etc." 

475 Scene from De Foe's Robin- 
son Crusoe. " I frequently 
sat down to meat with 
thankfulness, and admired 
the hand of God's Provid- 
ence, which had thus spread 
my table in the wilderness." 
23, Stanhope St., Park Place. 

186 From the Highland Widow. 
"At length the fatal day 
arrived. In a strong pass on 
the skirts of Ben Cruachan, 
the celebrated Mac Tavish 
Mhor was surprised by a 
detachment of the Sidier 
Roy. His wife assisted him 
heroically, charging his 
piece from time to time." 

626 Tam O' Shanter in the Smid- 
die. " That every naig was 
cu'd a shoe on, etc." — 
Burns. 

555 The Laird of Milnwood's 
dinner interrupted by a 
party of Claverhouse's 
dragoons. " There is a 
relation published by the 
Government, old gentle- 
man, what do you think of 
it?" 
1848. 1056 A scene on the Firth of Forth. 
" O a' the waters that can 
hobble, etc." — Fergusson. 

FRASER, Alexander, R.S.A. 

Painter. 
Brook Bank, Haslemere, 

Surrey. 
1869. 4-9 Faggot stacking — Sussex. 
820 The sheepfold. 
897 After rain. 



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1870. 



1871. 

1872. 
1873- 



1885. 



17, Nassau Street. 
61 Eashing bridge, Surrey. 
450 Faggot stacking — Surrey. 

27, Castle Ternxce, Edinburgh. 
242 Cloudy weather: canal scene. 
902 South aisle, Roslin Chapel. 
1225 Roslin Chajjcl. 
926 A meal-mill in Athole. 
962 In the hay season. 

18, Moray Place, Edinburgh. 
922 A spring morning. 



FRASER, Miss Annie Painter. 

1866. 755 Miss E. Eraser. 

7, Cliesham Street. 

1867. 717 Infanta Clara. 

FRASER, Francis Arthur Painter. 

10, Boscobel Place, N. W. 
1S73. 1043 The lonely path. 

Boweshill, Lonsdale Road, 

Parties. 
1877. 470 "God rest you, merry gentle- 
men." 
948 A siesta. 
187S. 91 The barren, barren shore. 

FRASER, George Gordon ... Painter. 

9, Alexandra Road, Bedford. 

1884. 1072 Near Ross, Herefordshire. 

1885. 1359 Cliefden Woods. 

1886. 1267 Temple loch on the Thames. 

1887. 1092 Larne Loch, Antrim. 
1236 Ratting. 

Hemingford Abbots, St. Ives, 
Hants. 

1888. 1 20 1 Belfast Lough — nightfall. 

Houghton, Huntingdon. 
1891. 1444 The retired partner. 
1893. 1091 The goose. " I knew an old 

wife lean and poor, etc." 

— Tennvson. 



1886. 



FRASER, John Painter. 

8, Aden Grove, Green Lanes. 
Tj North sea herring boats. 
1394 "Only those who brave its 
dangers comprehend its 
mystery." 
743 The sea king's burial. 
255 The harbour bar. 
1623 Running ashore. 

151, Essex Road, Islington. 
612 Running into Port. 
c\o Mr. A. Rippon, 

8, Green Lanes. 
1025 The lively Loo off Brighton. 
1 110 Solitary shores beside lone 
ocean. 



1880. 
1881. 



1882. 
1884. 



1885. 



1887. 



1888. 



1890. 



144 
4S2 

294 
950 

1117 

700 

755 

57 
U94 

775 
1205 
1 3;-o 

217 

549 
670 

1 106 



1891. 





427 




1004 


1892. 


239 




836 




1194 




1236 


1893. 


369 




5°3 




1074 




1090 


1894. 


366 




472 




817 




886 


1895. 


74 


1896. 


405 




1117 


1897. 


1265 




12-4 



Care oj E. Hill, 

151, Essex Road. 

A stjually day — south coast. 

Scallop trawlers in the chan- 
nel. 

Off Folkestone. 

"The hollow ocean ridges 
roaring into cataracts." 

Off the Black Rock, Brighton. 
Neiv Steync, Seaford, Sussex. 

" Where the harbour bar is 
moaning." 

Cullercoats fishermen. 

c/o E. Hall, 151, Essex Road. 

From the Beach, Brighton. 

Newhaven harbour. 

Neiv Steync, Seaford. 

A summer breeze. 

Disabled vessel in the channel. 

The river Rother. 

"Out into the west as the sun 
went down." 

Pont de Laredo, Spain. 

Spanish galleons seeking 
refuge in the Shetland 
Islands, 75S8. 

" No sound but the seabird's 
wailing cry and the wind 
and the ebbing tide." 
7, The Mall, Havers lock Hill. 

" We thought of wrecks upon 
the main, of ships dis- 
masted that were hailed and 
sent no answer back again." 

A summer midnight on the 
north sea. 

French mackerel-men in the 
Bay of Biscay. 

58, Gracechurch Street. 

Abandoned. 

A stormy sunset. 

The breaking of the gale. 

The Dieppe packet entering 
Newhaven. 

An easterly breeze. 

"Caller herrin." 

Evening at sea. 

Gibraltar from the Straits. 

21, Campden Road, JV.JI'. 

"Somewheres east of Suez." 

Warping off the beach. 

Anchovy boats in the Straits 
of Gibraltar. 

Toil and pleasure. 

Gibraltar from the Mediter- 
ranean. 

Newhaven. 

Port Said. 

Maldon, Essex. 

Leaving shelter after a blow. 



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1899. 



1900. 



1901. 
1902. 

1903. 
1904. 



Fraser, John — continued. 

1S98. 55 "We were the first that ever 
burst into that silent sea." 
7; Through the surf, Coromandel. 
955 The "Revenge" off the 

mouth of the Tagus, 1587. 
977 The celebrated Yankee clipper 

"America." 
1000 The sentinel. 
1036 Magellan in the Straits. 
1080 Where the sea egg flames on 
the coral. 
559 A Shetland haven. 
S48 Drake off the mouth of the 

Tagus, 1586. 
364 St. Helena fishermen. 
944 Littlehampton. 
"{This painter between 1885 and 1888 
seems to have sent works from different 
addresses.) 

FRASER, John A Painter. 

3, St. John's IJ'ood Studios. 
1SS9. 1411 A bit of Loch Awe between 
the showers. 

FRASER, John P Painter. 

5, Princes Street, Che/sea. 

1864. 43 Head of an Indian water 

carrier. 

1865. 212 Aberdeen fisherwoman, waiting 

low tide. 

Sclwol of Art, Salisbury. 
1867. 307 The paroquet. 

Hospital-Field, Arbroath. 

1870. 392 Idleness. 

School of Art, Birmingham. 

1872. 1032 Fisherwomen waiting for the 

boats, east coast of Scotland. 
1046 La Pensde. 

3 1 , Duchess Road, Birmingham. 

1873. 460 Babette. 

1874. 462 Going to market — Brittany. 
1876. 554 Expectation. 

1884. 1 162 Ben Venue from the shores of 
Loch Vennachar. 
1662 Wild flowers. 

FRASER, P. Allan Painter. 

Hospital-Field, Arbroath. 
1852. 106 The Romp. 

1871. 247 At the fireside. (Portraits.) 
1874. 1425 A portrait of a gentleman. 
1878. 644 Monk architects. 

FRASER, R Painter. 

Kin^s Yard, Deptford. 
1798. 9S3 His Majesty's Yatch, The 
Queen Charlotte. 



FRASER, Robert W Painter. 

1 3, Ashburnham Rd., Bedford. 

1876. 658 " It was an April morning." 
769 "In curves the yellowing river 

ran." 
774 At Kempston, Bedfordshire. 
829 " The voice of waters which the 

winter had supplied." 

1877. 687 Early spring — near Hampstead 

Heath. 
794 On the Ouse, near Denver 

sluice. 
879 Autumn. 

1878. 889 Winter Sunlight. 
47, Ellington St., Barnsbury. 

A hedgerow — early spring. 
Lane near Edmonton. 
Honey Hill, Bedford. 
At Bromham, Beds. 
A promise of spring. 
Near Biddenham, Beds. 
Stoke, Suffolk. 

The Estrelles, from Garibondy 
near Cannes. 

Ill, Highbury Hill. 
Solitude. 

The bend of the river. 
Eventide. 
Pasture lands. 
A Woodland. 
Over the fields. 
Near Lechford, Hants. 
124, Holmesdale Road, 

Bromley Common. 

1887. 1131 Near Pickhurst, Kent. 
1201 The Lower Pond, Keston. 
1250 The brook. 

Hemingford Grey, 

St. Ives, Hunts. 

1888. 1462 After rain— Witton, Hunts. 
Gloucester Villa, 

Hampton Hill. 

18S9. 1394 Autumn. 

Glenthorne, Staines. 
1892. 1278 The lock. 



FRASER, William Painter. 

5, Great Suffolk Street, 

Chari?ig Cross. 
649 An old Spanish noble. 

17, Woodstock Street. 
219 The departure of ^.neas and 
his family from Troy. 
Portrait of Dr. Delia Lena. 
Archduke Charles of Austria. 
Portrait of a young lady. 
W. Blake. 

41, Bury Street, St. James. 
i8ii. 163 Araucans. 



1879. 690 
S34 

1880. 715 

773 
779 
868 

1881. 615 
854 



1882. 1019 
1042 

1884. 1026 
1182 

1885. 1162 

1886. 1149 
1275 



1806. 



1808. 



1809. 



7%° 
34^ 
47' 
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165 



FRASI, Horace C. Architect. 

22, Soutkatnpto/i But /dings. 
1892. 1713 House to be built near Alford. 
32, MontJiolme Road, 

J I 'aiidsivorth Common. 
1897. 1914 ^VelUley Wood, Yorksbire: 
garden front. 

FRAZER, Charles E Painter. 

4, Joliii S/iect, JJampilcad. 
1 88 1. 764 Edith. 

FRAZER, C. Gordon Painter. 

2, ]\'ychcondie Studios, 

Haverstock I fill. 
1896. 990 Wilderness in the new 
Hebrides. 
iyFraser in the index.) 

FRAZER, W. M Painter. 

Birckltall, Bridge 0/ E>-ne. 
1892. 539 A woodland in March. 

FREARSON, John Painter. 

31, Margaret Street, 

Cavendish Square. 

1797. 144 Portrait of a gentleman. 

46, Hatton Garden. 

1798. 102 Pharoah's daughter, beguiled 

by Miriam, delivers Moses 
to his mother to be nursed, 
etc. 
715 The cup being found in Ben- 
jamin's sack, he rends his 
garments in despair ; a 
sketch. 

71, Hatton Garden. 

1799. 173 The death of Inez de Castro. 

" Her Fierce accusers urg'd 
her speedy doom, etc." 

1800. 27 Athenian youth taking the oath 

of fidelity to their country 
at the altar of Agraule. 

1801. 1S2 Christ praying in the garden. — 

St. Luke, x.xii. 

1802. 24S An interiorviewof theColonade 

of St. Peter's at Rome. 
539 A scene on the Palatine hill, 
Rome. "Amid the tow'ry 
ruins, huge, supreme, etc." 
— Dyer. 

1803. 62 A scene upon the Trinita de 

Monte, Rome: the Bishop 
of the Greek college giving 
lectures to the scholars. 
240 Interior of the Porta del Popolo, 
Rome. 



36, Charles Street, 

Hatton Garden. 

1804. 576 A view of the interior of the 

Conventual Church of St. 
Cecilia, in Trastevere, at 
Rome. The celebrated 
statue by Maderna is a copy 
of the position in which the 
body of St. Cecilia was found 
in the Catacombs. "At last 
divine Cecilia came, etc." — 
Dryden. 

90, Hatton Garden. 

1805. 207 The transept and south side of 

the tower of Llanthony 

Abbey, Monmouthshire. 
211 Interior of the tower and nave 

of Llanthony Abbey. 
223 The remains of the triumphal 

arch of Titus at Rome. 

1806. 393 A scene, with part of the 

Temple of Vesta at Tivoli 
near Rome. " Not fair 
Larissa's fruitful shore, etc. 
— Addison. 

1808. 534 View in the Gardens of the 

Prince Borghese, near Rome, 
exhibiting a race between 
two English hunters, which 
took place in the Circus in 

1795- 

1809. 444 The grotto of the Nymph 

Egeria, near Rome. The 
modern Romans in proces- 
sion on May-day, honouring 
the memory of the goddess 
with recitation, music, and 
dancing. " Numa reclin'd in 
everlasting ease, etc." — 
Cowper. 

18 10. 304 A Xitw of Subiaco, in the 

Ecclesiastical State, from the 
west. 
31; A View of Subiaco, in the 
Ecclesiastical State, from the 
south-east. 

181 1. 498 The Monument of William of 

Wykeham, saved from de- 
struction by an ofificer in 
Cromwell's army, who had 
received his education at the 
college, etc. 
40, Kirby Street, 

Hatton Garden. 

1812. 386 A View of Rome, from the 

church of the Trinita del 
Monte — morning. 

1 81 3. 244 Christ and the woman of Sa- 

maria ; a sketch for an altar- 
piece for Wombourn church, 



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John, 



Frearson, John — continued. 

Staffordshire. — St. 
chap, iv, ver. 26. 

17, Bartlett's Buildings. 

18 14. 1 5 The Rialto at Venice. 

1S16. 14 A sketch from nature at Su- 
biaco, near Rome. 

4, Barnard's Inn. 

1821. 328 A festive scene of Roman 
peasants at the Bath of 
Diana, on the border of the 
lake of Albano; Castel Gan- 
dolfo on the summit. 

1823. 116 A female recovering from the 
bite of a Tarantula by the 
influence of music and danc- 
ing. — Vide Craven's " Tour 
through the south of 
Naples." 

1S25. 296 Ponte Lupo at Tivoli. 

4, Cohbrook Terrace, Islinghm. 

1 83 1. 1S9 The monastery of San Bene- 
detto, near Subiaco, in the 
Roman state, the site of the 
residence of the founder of 
the order of St. Benedict. 



FREDERICK, J Painter. 

Gibraltar Roio, 

St. George's Fields. 

1800. 515 View near Dolgelly. 

1801. 139 A woman taking leave of her 

relations. 



FREEBAIRN, Robert 



Painter. 



At Mr. Reinagle's, 



Great Castle Street, 

Cavetidish Square. 
17S2. 155 View from nature. 

1783. 42 Landscape — evening. 

1784. 334 do. and figures — even- 

ing. 

1785. 373 Landscape — shepherdesses sur- 

prised. 
9, Craven Buildings, 

Drury Lafie. 

1786. 417 Landscape; representation of 

Time. 

Rome. 

1789. 247 View of the lake of Nemi near 

Albana. 

1790. 444 View from the Villa Negroni at 

Rome. 
4S6 View from the Capuchin's 
Convent, Albano. 

1791. 379 View of the Via Mala in the 

Grisons. 
400 do. do. 



40, Upper John Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 

1792. 46tPonte de Curio over the Anio 

at Tivoli. 
198 Scene in the environs of Rome. 
200 Mecenas' Villa at Tivoli. 
211 Ruins of Domitian's villa, near 

Castel-Gandolfo. 
316 Temple of Venus on the bay 

of Baia near Naples. 
346 Ludlow Castle, Shropshire — 

morning. 

1793. 219 The triumphal arch of Titus, 

with part of the portico of 
the Temple of Jupiter Ton- 
ants of Rome. 
291 Powis Castle, North Wales, the 
seat of Lord Powis. 

1794. 75 Subterraneous ruins of Me- 

cajnas' Villa at Tivoli. 

8 1 The fountain of Egeria near 
Rome. 

135 The Convent of St. Petro Men- 
tori, at Rome, with a distant 
view of the Campagna, etc. 

149 A View on the banks of the 
Tiber, in the vicinage of 
Rome. 

264 An ancient Roman bridge over 
the Anio, the ruins of the 
Villa MecKnas in the dis- 
tance. 

1795. 59 Scene on the Anio near 

Tivoli. 
197 View on the Tiber near Rome. 
238 A scene near Naples. 
I, Duke Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 

1796. 10 Entrance into Mfficenas' Villa. 
34 A scene on the Anio. 

38 do. in the Venetian state 
near Verona. 

72, Neivman Street. 

1797. 15 A scene in the Mediterranean 

between Genoa and Leg- 
horn. 

162 Ruins of the Claudian aqua- 
duct. 

18; Ruins of an ancient bath. 

234 Scene in the Appenines. 

266 An effect of the sun after a 
shower. 

296 Augustus's Bridge at Rimini. 

310 A View of Cajeta. 

361; A scene on the Tiber. 

586 A Roman \'illa on the road 
leading to Ostia. 

1798. II A scene near the Via Appia in 

the environs of Rome. 
203 A landscape — morning. 



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Church Row, Hampstcad. 
1799. 220 A scene from nature in the 
Kingdom of Naples, with 
figures at devotion. 
iSoo. 583 Morning. 
I So I. 66 A landscape — morning. 
146 do. Daybreak. 

582 Landscape — an effect after 
rain. 

41, N'eu'tiian Street, 

1802. 120 The interior of an ancient sub- 

terraneous ruin in the vi- 
cinity of Otriculum. 
154 A landscape. 

1803. 7 A calm, with fishermen drag- 

ging a net. 
210 A storm. 

1804. 232 A calm — evening scene with 

fishing sloops at anchor. 
280 The Vale of Tempe in Greece. 
" In Tempe's peaceful Vale, 
etc." 

1805. 252 View in the environs, Delphi. 

1806. 317 Ruins of an ancient Temple on 

the banks of the lake Aver- 
nus. 
28, Buckingham Place, 

New Road. 
I So 7. 29 Neptune's Grotto, contiguous 
to Tivoli, and at a consider- 
able depth amongst rocks of 
immense magnitude, is situ- 
ated this cavern, from which 
issues the river Anio, after 
disappearing for some time 
underground. 



FREEBAIRN, R. G Sculptor. 

Royal Academy. 
1818. 1097 A nymph. 

1820. 1072 The Deluge. "No hope re- 

mains for us, etc." — Gesner. 
Rome. 

1821. 1164 Model of His late Majesty 

George the Third. 

69, Great Queen Street. 

1823. 1117 La Ballerina. "Innocent and 

gay, etc." 
1 123 Spring. " Flush'd by the spirit 
of the genial year, etc." — 
Thomson. 

1824. 9S7 Psyche. 

loiS Cupid and Psyche; a sketch. 
I, Lyon's Inn. 

1825. 1051 Psyche; a statue in marble. 



FREELING, K. T Painter. 

1857. 47 Girl with a love bird. 



FREEMAN, Lieutenant Painter. 

(An Honorary lixhibitor.) 
1 783. 402 Portrait of the Duchess of 
Devonshire. 



FREEMAN, C Architect. 

14, ylrundel Street. 
1844. 1126 Superintendent's house, G. \V. 
Railway. 

FREEMAN, G. ... Miniature Painter. 

5, Alfred Street, Jnith. 

1828. 688 Lieut.-GeneralSirWilliam Keir 

Grant. 

729 Miss Keir Grant. 

730 Lady Keir Grant. 

I 7, Gay Street, Bath. 

1829. 743 Portrait of a lady of rank. 
791 Miss Puget. 

27, Brook Street. 

1830. 637 Mrs. Bowie. 
677 Mrs. Codwise. 
742 Miss Browne. 

814 Portrait of a gentleman. 
90s do. do. 

921 Lieut.-General Sir William Keir 
Grant. 

FREEMAN, Joseph Painter. 

King Street, Norwich. 
1 788. 375 Landscape. 

FREEMAN, Miss Mary Winefride. 

Painter. 

I, Campden Houses, 

Catnpden Hill Road. 
1895. 9S7 Their daily care. 

Newlyn, Penzance. 
i8g8. 1 1 19 The red shoes. 
1900. 1248 The resuscitation of St. Wine- 
fride. St. Winefride having 
been murdered by Caradoc, 
was resuscitated at the prayer 
of St. Bruno. 

Bushey, Herts. 
1902. 957 The weaving lesson. 
1904. 1033 The dedication of St. Edward 
the Confessor. 
1086 Paul, son of C. Napier Hemy, 
Esq., A.R.A. 

FREEMAN (P. B.) and OGILVY (G). 

Architects. 
3, Staple Inn, W.C. 
1902. 1409 Church in Essex. 
1904. 1435 A Pair of houses. 

1660 An Essex Vicarage. 



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FREEMAN, Richard Knill. 

Architect. 

Bolton k Moors. 
1882. 1 109 St. Peter's Church, etc., at 
Farmworth. 
1 1 23 House at Clitheroe. 
121S The "starved monks" tomb, 
Tewkesbury Abbey. 
18S3. 1 1 29 Church at Tonge, Lancashire. 
18S5. 1S23 Chancel of St. Mark's, Worsley. 

1887. 1699 Graythwaite Hall, Windermere. 

1888. 1764 do. do. 

1893. 1568 St. Augustine's Church, Tonge 

Moor, Bolton. 

1894. 1609 Stables, Graythwaite Hall. 



FREEMAN, Thomas Architect. 




Jermyn Street. 


1774- 


89 A Design for a ceiling, in which 




is introduced the twelve 




labours, and Apotheosis of 




Hercules. 


1775- 


121 Elevation of a gentleman's villa. 




122 Design for a ceiling. 


1777- 


126 Elevation of a villa. 




27, Piccadilly. 


1780. 


374 Elevation of a villa. 


1781. 


542 do. do. 



1782. 492 Design for a garden temple. 

FREEMAN, T Painter. 

]]'indsor. 
1780. 334 A nobleman's family. 

8, Margaret St., Westminster. 
1784. 354 Satan at the Court of Chaos. 
Milton's " Paradise Lost." 
449 Eve administering to the angel 

Raphael. 
460 Telemachus and Termosiris, 
the priest of Apollo. 

FREEMAN, W Painter. 

1808. 228 View in Felbrigge Park, Nor- 
folk. 

FREEMAN, William Painter. 

3, Rampant Horse Street, 

Nonvich. 
i860. 797 River scene — early morning. 

FREEMAN, W.H Painter. 

87, IVatling Street. 
1840. 284 Unc I'arisienne — a relic of the 
Revolution. 



FREER, Mrs. John. See Miss Mary 
Ellen Edwards, voL iii, page 27. 



FREESE, J Painter. 

(Artist of H.R.H. the Duke of Cambridge.) 

8, Strand. 
181 1. 582 Portrait of a lady. 

FREESE, N Painter. 

86, Strand. 
1794. 105 Portrait of a lady. 

286 Landscape — Evening. 
1797. 630 Portrait of a gentleman. 
849 do. lady. 

411, Strand. 
1799. 56 Landscape — evening. 
308 do. morning. 

742 Captain Naish. 

1801. 675 View in Warwickshire^ sun 

setting. 

1802. S09 Portrait of himself and his 

sister. 
1809. 700 Salmacis and Hermaphroditus. 

113, Strand. 

1813. 451 Mrs. Abrahams. 
455 Mrs. Freese. 

564 T. Laugher, well-known by the 
name of Old Tommy. 

18 14. 403 The late Lieut. G. F. Freese, 

who fell at the storming of 
St. Sebastian. 

FREEZOR, George Augustus. 

Painter. 

41, Upper George Street. 
1 86 1. 340 The rest. 

1864. 659 Meer Alee Khan Bahadoor, 

Nawab of Surat. 

1865. 134 Miss E. Mulready. 

22, Nottingham Street. 

1866. 725 Ada Bartlett. 

3, Hampstead Street. 
1S68. 814 Portrait of a lady. 

FRENCH, Cecil Painter. 

16, Drayton Gardens, 

South Kensington. 
igo2. 9S0 July. 

FRENCH, G. R Architect. 

U'aiistcad. 
1821. 980 Design for a church. 

1831. 984 School at Plaistow, Essex. 

1832. 1044 Hall at Beddington Park, Sur- 

rey, the seat of Admiral Sir 
Benjamin Hallowell Carew, 
G.C.B. 

FRENCH, Miss Jinnie K. 

Miniature Painter. 
1 5, Lo'dvr Pembroke Street, 

Dublin. 
1901. 1296 Miniature. 



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1 90 1. 1297 Miniature. 



1298 


do. 


1299 


do. 


1300 


do. 


1301 


do. 


1302 


do. 


1303 


do. 



FREND, Alfred Blackburne. 

Architect. 

14, Buckingham St., Adelphi. 
1232 Design for the booksellers' pro- 
vident retreat. 

44, Bedford Row. 

639 Calthorpe Lodge, Leicestershire, 

for John Walter Morrice, Esq. 



1846. 



i860. 



FRERE, Pierre Edouard Painter. 

Ecoiien, Seine et Oise. 

1868. 490 La sortie de I'ecole des filles. 

1869. 183 La glissarde. 
228 Les raisins. 

1870. 294 Quai de Valmy, Paris. 
973 Le premier bijou. 

1032 La bouillie. 

1871. 44 Reading lesson. 

137 Morning gossip at Ecouen. 
318 Coming from market. 
320 In my studio. 

1873. 174 Sera-t-il pris? 
182 II est pris. 

1874. 149 Children teasing a snail. 
214 Woodcutter's dinner. 

1404 Children warming themselves. 

1875. 167 Gathering wood near Ecouen. 

1877. 245 La dinette. 

1878. 573 La lecture. 

649 Le chemin de I'dcole. 

1879. 49 Grand'maman et petite fille. 
361 Frere et sceur. 

1880. 1412 La Soupe. 

1881. 1429 In front of the school. 

1882. 51 Le rencontre. 

1883. 507 La Dinette. 

1884. 893 "Pull up!" 

1576 A storm in a tub. 

1885. 9 Making jam. 



FRESNOY, Du. 
383- 

FRETAY, De. 

293, and under 
page 383. 



See D, voL ii, page 



See 
Du 



D, voL 
Fretay, 



11, page 
vol. ii. 



FREW, Alexander Painter. 

112, Bath Street, Glasgoiv. 
1890. 77 Sundown in the tropics. 
480 A summer evening. 
III. 



Glendevon, Helensburgh, N.D. 

1895. 346 Craigmaddie Moor. 

439 The Dutchman's Cap, Heb- 
rides. 

1896. 212 Thunderclouds. 
610 Becalmed. 

3 1 , St. Vincent Place, Glasgow. 

1897. 432 Atlantic rollers. 

1898. 605 Sunlight and shadow. 

FREWER, Mrs Painter. 

Haymarket, Norwich. 
1805. 523 Feathers. 
526 do. 

FREYBURG, Frank P Painter. 

Oak Lodge, Hassocks. 
1893- 779 Jogging home. 
1896. 442 Nearing home. 
1898. 547 A refuge in distress. Painted 
with E. Bucknall. 

Hillside, Plolland, Sussex. 
1900. 205 Ere the winter storms begin. 
1903. 406 A check. 

770 Under the lindens. "A bro- 
therhood of venerable trees." 



SON, Arthur A.. ..Painter. 

3, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds. 
Departing day. 
Windy March. 

" When evening shades creep 
o'er the lea." 

8, Westfield Terrace, Leeds. 
Lowering clouds: Runswick. 
Down to the sea. 
The meadow stream. 

15, Newman Street. 
By the village brook. 
" When the snow is on the 
ground." 

9, Coulson Street, S. W. 
Winter. 
Staithes. 

Branscombe, Axminster, Devon. 
By wood and meadow to the 

sea. 
In the grey of the morning, 
16, Bankside Street, 

Roicndhay Road, Leeds. 
Spring time. 

19, Harehills Place, Leeds. 
A silver harvest. 



FRIEDLANDER, N Painter. 

Stockholm. 
1844. 349 Flight of the Polish refugees. 

z 



FRIEDEN 

1889. 827 

1890. 12 

77' 



1892. 957 

1895. 868 

1896. 15 

1897. 973 
1051 



1898. 153 



1899. 


663 




760 


1900. 


723 


1904. 


3S6 



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FRIEMAN, J Miniature Painter. 

5, Great Pulteney Street, 

Goldeti Square. 
1799. 721 Mr. and Mrs. Barbot. 

FRIEND, J. S Painter. 

1 3, Retreat Place, Hackney. 
1839. 7c8 "Believe and thou shall be 
saved." 
43, Upper John St., Fitzroy Sq. 
1 84 1. 359 Verdant and Acrasia — Sir 
Guyon and the palmer dis- 
covering them. — Faerie 
Queene. 

3, Sherborne Street. 
1843. 608 Pastoral. 

611 Sir Calepine bringing the res- 
cued babe to Matilda. — 
Fairie Queene. 
716 Sappho. 

FRIGOUT, Mrs. Julie Painter. 

Amershafn Road, Neiv Cross. 
i88g. S70 Summer. 

FRIPP, Alfred Downing, R.W.S. 

Painter. 

1 9, Golden Square. 
1848. 543 Sad Memories. " 'Tis the sad 
remembrance fondly kept, 
etc." — Moore. 

FRIPP, Charles Edwin, A.R. W.S. 

Painter. 

23, Fairfax Road, 

South Hampstead. 
1SS5. 1065 The last stand at Isandlhula. 

At noon on the 22nd of January, 
1879, the British camp at Isand- 
lhula was surrounded by an over- 
whelming force of Zulus. The 
brave defenders stood their ground 
until the last round of ammuni- 
tion was spent. The death roll of 
the Zulus showed how gallantly 
the 24th had fought. 

1 1, Primrose Hill Studios. 

1886. 9?8 The attack on General Sir John 

McNeill's force near Suakim. 

Within ten minutes after we 
heard the yelping war-cry of the 
Arabs, a dense mass of dust and 
sand, carried along by thousands 
of animals and men in its midst, 
bore down into the zareeba, where 
our men, many running in un- 
armed, formed up every where 
they could and commenced a 
rapidly increasing fire. 

FRIPP, Miss Constance L.. ..Painter. 
2, Oak Hill Park, Hampstead. 
1 88 7. 1124 Old Cross, Bovey Tracey. 



FRIPP, George Arthur, R.W.S. 

Painter. 

12, Abingdon St., Westminster. 
1838. 522 Tivoli. 

92, Albany Street. 

1843. 598 In the Via Mala — Pass of 

Splugen, Switzerland. 

1844. 348 Durham from the South. 

3, Lidlington Place. 
1848. 12 Mont Blanc, from near Cor- 
mayeur, Val d'Aosta. 

FRIPP, G. E Painter. 

Bristol. 
1854. 569 Shiplake Mill on the Thames. 

FRIPP, Innes Painter. 

152, Kin^s Road, Chelsea. 

1893. 1639 The Danaids; design for a 

stained glass window. 
21, Joubert's Mansions, 

Jubilee Place. 

1894. 1166 The forum, Pompeii. 

Kennington Studios, 

Princes Square, S.E. 
1897. 930 The Waterwitch. 

1899. 7 Evening Light. 
1175 Startled. 

1900. II 88 The gentle art. 

1 90 1. 670 Parliamentarians. 
1904. 34S Little fish are sweetest. 

494 "This is her very guise; and, 
upon my life, fast asleep." — 
Macbeth. 

FRIPP, S. G Architect. 

12, Abingdon Street. 

1838. 1247 Model of a design for a me- 

morial to Sir Walter Scott. 

1839. 1227 Design for a collegiate building 

at Bristol. 
1266 Model of a monument, Thomas 
Chatterton, for Redcliff 
Church. 
Lower College Green, Bristol. 
1843. 1238 A monumental design erected 
in Cornwall. 

FRISTON, David Henry . Painter. 

43, Augustus St., Regent Street. 

1853. 926 Mazeppa. 

1854. 339 The peep-show. 

7, Great Newport Street. 

1855. II A Musical Family. 

31a, Stanhope Street. 

1856. 61 The first buttons. 

1857. 989 The toy man. 

1858. 938 First sight. 

1859. 240 Patchwork. 

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i860. 167 Love in the lane. 

403 The benighted pedlar. 

1862. 624 The story of Nelson. 

7(7, Pembroke Terrace^ N. IF. 

1863. 718 Sunday. 

1864. 199 Bed time. 

7 1 , /i/dii Sfreef. 
1869. S65 Varnished and dated, in com- 
memoration of his 1 00th 
birthday. 

FRISWELL, Harry P. Hain-. 

Painter. 

24, So/io Square. 

1887. 1027 A day in early summer. 

Tyn-y- Groes, Conway. 

1888. 93 The winter sunshine. 

1889. 341 A spring evening. 

1892. 495 An apple orchard — springtime. 

773 Morning mist. 
1895. 144 Moonrise. 

FRISWELL, Mrs. J. (Emma). 

Painter. 

14, Wharton Street. 
1852. 258 Indolence. 

1854. 516 Fanny Bolton. "Began to 

suspect she was a beauty." 
— Thackeray. 

1855. 610 Camellias and azaleas. 

FRITH, E Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1791. loi Portrait of a spaniel. 

409 do. country girl. 

FRITH, J Miniature Painter. 

Croydon, Surrey. 
i8ig. 698 Mrs. Hewson. 

714 C. Armstrong, Esq. 

FRITH, Rev. Mr Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
178S. 374 The Lyric Muse. 

Grove, Kentish Toiun. 
1793. 221 Hebe. 

FRITH, William Powell, R.A. 

Painter. 

II, Osnaburgh Street, 

Regent's Park. 

1840. 607 Malvolio before the Countess 

0\W\?i.— Twelfth Night. 

1 84 1. S9S The parting interview of 

Leicester and his Countess 
Amy after one of his stolen 
visits to Cumnor. "You will 
not grant my request, then, 



1841. 900 

1842. 454 



said the Countess, etc." — 

Kenilivorth. 
A portrait. 
A scene from the Vicar of 

Wakefield. 

It must Ije owned that my wife 
laid a thousand schemes to entrap 
him. . . . Then the poor woman 
would sometimes tell the .Squire 
tliat she thought him and Olivia 
extremely of a size and mould, 
and would bid both stand up to 
see which was the tallest. 

1843. 601 A scene from the Merry Wives 

of Windsor, Mistress Anne 
Page with wine. Mistress 
Ford and Mistress Page 
following. ,"Nay, daughter, 
carry the wine in, we'll drink 
within, etc." 

1844. 328 One of the interviews that took 

place between John Knox 
and ALary Queen of Scots, 
respecting her marriage with 
Darnley. 

At these words the Queen be- 
g.an ag.ain to weep and sob with 
great bitterness. The superintend- 
ent, who was a man of mild and 
gentle spirit, tried to mitigate her 
grief and resentment ; he praised 
her beauty and her accomplish- 
ments, etc. During this scene, 
the severe and inflexible mind of 
the Reformer displayed itself; he 
continued silent, and with un- 
altered countenance, until the 
Queen had given vent to her feel- 
ings. 

The Squire describing some 
passages in his town life — a 
scene from the Vicar of 
Wakefield. 

He could repeat all the observa- 
tions that were retailed in the 
atmosphere of the play-houses, and 
had all the good things of the high 
wits by rote, long before they 
made their way into the jest-books. 

Portrait. 

The Village Pastor. 

The service past, around the pious 
man, 

With steady zeal, each honest 
rustic ran ; 

E'en children followed with en- 
dearing wile. 

And plucked his gown to share 
the good man's smile. 

Goldsmith. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 
31, Charlotte Street, 

Fitzrov Square. 

1846. 341 The return from labour. "His 

children run to lisp their 

sire's return, and climb his 



491 



1845. 465 
498 



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Frith, William Powell, R.A. — continued. 
knees, the envied kiss to 
share." — Gray. 

1846. 496 Madame Jourdain discovers 

her husband at the dinner 
which he gave to the Belle 
Marquise and the Count 
Dorante, etc. 

1847. 251 An English merry-making a 

hundred years ago. " When 
the merry bells ring round, 
e.ic."— Milton. 
355 A scene from the Spectator. 

I could not forbear discovering 
greater expressions of mirth than 
ordinary on the appearance of this 
monstrous face, under which, not- 
withstanding it was made to frown 
and stare in a most extraordinary 
manner, I could still discover a 
distant resemblance of my old 
friend. Sir Roger, on seeing me 
laugh, desired me to tell him truly 
if I thought it possible for people 
to know him in that disguise. I 
at first kept my usual silence; but 
upon the knight's conjuring me to 
tell him whether it was not still 
more like himself than a Saracen, 
I composed my countenance in 
the best manner I could, etc. 

13, Park Village West. 

1848. 395 An old woman accused of hav- 

ing bewitched a peasant girl : 
the scene is supposed to take 
place before a country 
Justice — temp. James I. 
"She never told her love, 
etc." 

573 A stage coach adventure in 
1750— scene, Bagshot Heath. 
"Fie! a soldier, and afear'd." 

591 Scene from "The Bourgeois 
Gentilhomme," etc. 

1849. 349 " Coming of age." 

1850. 205 Portrait of a lady. 

332 Sancho tells a tale to the Duke 
and Duchess, to prove that 
Don Quixote is at the bottom 
of the table. "Then thus 
(quoth Sancho) both of them 
being ready to sit down, the 
husbandman contended with 
the gentleman not to sit 
uppermost, etc." — Don 
Quixote. 

543 Mr. Honeywood introduces the 
bailiffs to Miss Richland as 
his friends. "Two of my 
very good friends, Mr. Twitch 
and Mr. Flamigan, etc." — 
Goldsmith, " Good-Natured 
Man." 



1 85 1. 204 Hogarth brought before the 

governor of Calais as a spy. 
Hogarth has run a great risk 
since the peace ; he went to France, 
accompanied by some friends, and 
was so imprudent as to be taking 
a sketch of the drawbridge at 
Calais. He was seized and carried 
to the governor, where he was 
obliged to prove his vocation by 
producing several caricatures, etc. , 
such as would by no means serve 
the purpose of an engineer. He 
was told by the governor that, 
had not the peace been actually 
signed, he should have hung him 
immediately on the ramparts. — 
Horace Walpole. 

502 A Gleaner. The landscape by 
Creswick, R.A. 

1852. 74 " When we devote our youth to 

God, 'Tis pleasing in his 
eyes: a flower, when offered 
in the bud is no mean 
sacrifice." 

292 Portrait of a lady. 

336 Pope makes love to Lady Mary 
Wortley Montagu. 

Her own statement, as to the 
origin of the quarrel, was this: 
That at some ill-chosentime, when 
she least expected what romancers 
call a declaration, he made such 
passionate love to her, that in spite 
of her utmost endeavours to be 
angry and look grave, provoked 
an immediate fit of laughter: from 
which moment he became her im- 
placable enemy. 

392 Portrait of a lady. 
(Elected R.A.) 
\o, Pembroke Villas, Bayswater. 

1854. 157 Life at the seaside. 

270 Anne Page. " The dinner is on 
the table, etc." 

468 The love token : a scene from 
the "Bride of Lammermoor." 
"Lucy Ashton cut the ribbon 
asunder, and detached the 
broken piece of gold, etc., 
etc. Witha haughty courtesy 
she delivered both to Ravens- 
wood." 

485 The poison cup: a scene from 
" Kenilworth." 

"And now," she said, " father, 
that which shall benefit my mis- 
tress, cannot do me prejudice. 
Father, I drink to you." 

Foster, without speaking, rushed 
on his daughter. 

511 Mrs. E. M. Ward. 

1855. 108 Maria tricks Malvolio. "Lie 

thou there [throws down a 
letter] for here comes the 



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i8s8. 


218 


1859. 


210 


i860. 


162 



trout that must be caught by 
tickHng." 

1855. 126 Lovers. 

305 At the opera. 

343 Feeding the calves. Painted 
with R. Ansdell. 

1856. 7 A Dream of the future. The 

landscape by T. Creswick, 

R.A. 
131 "Many happy returns of the 

day." 
341 Garden flowers. 

1857. 125 Kate Nickleby at Madame 

Mantalini's. " Kate's part in 
the pageant was humble 
enough, her duties being 
limited to holding articles of 
costume until Miss Knag was 
ready to try them on." 

A London Flower girl. 

The Derby day. 

Charles Dickens in his study. 

Claude Duval. 

It was related how Claude 
Duv.-il, the French page of the 
Duke of Richmond, took to the 
road, became captain of a formid- 
able gang, and had the honour to 
be named first in a royal proclama- 
tion against notorious offenders; 
how at the head of his troop he 
stopped a lady's coach, in which 
there was a booty of four hundred 
pounds; how he took only one 
hundred, and suffered the fair 
owner to ransom the rest by danc- 
ing a coranto with him on the 
heath. — Macaulay. 

1862. 169 Thomas Creswick, Esq., R.A. 

1863. 100 Juliet. " O that I were a glove 

upon that hand, etc." 

1865. 52 The Marriage of their Royal 

Highnesses the Prince of 
Wales and the Princess 
Alexandra of Denmark, in 
St. George's Chapel,Windsor, 
March loth, 1863. Painted 
for the Queen. 

239 Mrs. Charles Oppenheim. 

2S7 The author of " Lady Audley's 
Secret," "Aurora Floyd," 
etc., etc. {Miss Braddon.) 

1866. 73 Widow Wadman lays siege to 

my uncle Toby. 

When the attack was advanced 
to this point the world will natur- 
ally enter into the reasons of Mrs. 
Wadman's next stroke of general- 
ship : which was to take my uncle 
Toby's tobacco pipe out of his 
hand as soon as she possibly 
could ; which under one pretence 
or other, but generally that of 
pointing more distinctly at some 



redoubt a breachwork in the map, 
she would effect before my Uncle 
Toby(poor soul)had well marched 
above half a dozen toises with it, 
etc. 

1866. 318 Mrs. J. F. Mounsey. 

1867. 132 King Charles the Second's last 

Sunday. 

I can never forget the inexpres- 
sible luxury and prophanenesse, 
gaming and all dissoluteness, and 
as it were total forgetfullnesse of 
God (it being Sunday evening) 
which this night se'nnight I was 
witnesse of; the King sitting and 
toying with his concubines, Ports- 
mouth, Cleaveland, and Mazarine, 
etc., a French boy singing love- 
.songs in the glorious gallery, whilst 
about twenty of the greate cour- 
tiers and other dissolute persons 
were at basset round a large table, 
a bank of at least £i,<xa in gold 
before them, upon which two 
gentlemen who were with me made 
reflexions with astonishment. Six 
days after, was all in the dust. — 
Evelyn's Diary. 

1868. 87 Before dinner, at Boswell's 

lodgings in Bond Street, 
1769. Present, Johnson, 
Garrick, Goldsmith, Rey- 
nolds, Murphy, Bickerstaff, 
Davies and Boswell. 

Garrick played round Dr. John- 
son with a fond vivacity, taking 
hold of the breasts of his coat, 
and, looking up in his face with 
a lively archness, complimented 
him on the good health which he 
seemed to enjoy; while the sage, 
shaking his head, beheld him with 
a gentle complacency. One of the 
company not being come at the 
appointed hour . . . Goldsmith, to 
divert the tedious minutes, strutted 
about bragging of his dress, and 
I believe was seriously vain of it, 
for his mind was wonderfully 
prone to such impressions. "Well, 
let me tell you," said he, " when 
ray tailor brought home my bloom- 
coloured coat he said, ' Sir, I have 
a favour to beg of you, when any- 
body asks you who made your 
clothes, be pleased to mention 
John Filby at the Harrow in 
Water Lane. ' "—Boswell. 
167 Sterne and the French inn- 
keeper's daughter. 

A slut ! in running them over 
within these five minutes that 
I have stood looking at her, she 
has let fall at least a dozen loops 
in a white thread stocking. Yes, 
yes, I see you, cunning gipsy! 
'tis long and taper. You need not 
pin it to your knee — and that 'tis 
your own, — and fits you exactly. 
— Tristram Shandy. 



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Frith, William Powell, E.A. — continued. 
i86S. 3JO Sterne's Maria. 

" And is your heart still so warm , 
Maria?"said I. "I touched upon 
the string on which hung all her 
sorrows. She looked with wistful 
disorder for some time in my face, 
and then without saying anything, 
took her pipe and played her 
service to the Virgin." 

340 Scene from "She stoops to 
conquer." " Miss Neville, 
Tony Lumpkin, Mrs. Hard- 
castle and Mr. Hastings, 
etc., etc." 

618 Mr. Sothern of the Theatre 
Royal, Haymarket, in the 
character of the Marquis de 
Tourville. 

1869. 82 Hope and fear. 

123 Altisidora, pretending love for 
Don Quixote, feigns a swoon 
at the sight of him. {Long 
quotatioti from " Don Quix- 
ote" follows.) 

253 A man in armour. 

291 Nell Gwyn. 

Taking her place in the pit, and 
with her back to the orchestra, 
and selling oranges and pippins 
with pertinent wit, gratis, to libe- 
ral fops who would buy the first 
and return the second with inter- 
est. As Rochester assures us, there 
was a "wondering pit" in the 
presence of this smartest and most 
audacious of orange girls. 

391 Malvolio married to the Coun- 
tess in imagination, solilo- 
quizes. {Quotation from 
" Tivelfth Night:') 

1870. 157 Sir Roger de Coverley and the 

perverse widow. 

After she had done speaking to 
me, she put her hand to her 
bosom and adjusted her tucker. 
Then she cast her eyes a little 
down, upon my beholding her too 
earnestly. Her confidant sat by 
her, and upon my being in the 
last confusion and silence, this 
malicious aid of hers, turning to 
her, says: "I am veiy glad to ob- 
serve Sir Roger pauses on this 
subject, and seems resolved to 
deliver all his sentiments upon the 
matter when he pleases to speak," 
etc. 

267 The pulse, the husband, Paris. 

I had counted twenty pulsa- 
tions, and was going on fast to- 
wards the fortieth, when her hus- 
band coming unexpected from a 
back parlour into the shop, put 
me a little out in my reckoning. 
'Twas nobody but her husband, 



she said ; so I began a fresh score, 
etc. — Sterne's Sentimental Joiir- 
7tey. 

1870. 364 Mrs. Rousby as Princess Eliza- 

beth in " 'Twixt axe and 
crown." " With Englishmen 
at one what can Queen do, 
etc." 

408 Two doves. 

908 Amy Robsart and Janet. 

They went to the withdrawing 
apartment accordingly, when the 
Countess playfully stretched herself 
upon a pile of Moorish cushions, 
half sitting, half reclining, half 
wrapped in her own thoughts, 
half listening to the prattle of her 
attendant. — A'enilworth. 

981 Gabrielle D'Estrees. 
1031 At Homburg, 1869. 

187 1. 158 The Salon d'Or, Homburg. 

" Le jeu est fait — rien ne vas 
plus." 
332 " I know a maiden fair to see, 
Take care! etc." 

1872. 31 At my window, Boulogne. 

83 Lord Foppington describes his 
daily life. "Far example, 
madam, my life; my life, 
madam, is a perpetual 
stream of pleasure, etc., etc." 
— The Relapse, by Vanbrugh. 

157 The miniature. "Faithful re- 
membrancer of one so dear." 
— Cowper. 

197 An incident in the life of Lady 
Mary Wortley Montague. 

Lady Bute, daughter of Lady 
Mary, relates the circumstance of 
having seen her grandfather, the 
Duke of Kingston, once only, with 
the following particulars : Her 
mother was dressing, and she 
playing about the room, when 
there entered an elderly stranger, 
of dignified appearance and still 
handsome, with the authoritative 
air of a person entitled to admit- 
tance at all times ; upon which, to 
her great surprise. Lady Mary, 
instantly starting up from the toilet 
table, dishevelled as she was, fell 
on her knees to ask his blessing. 

460 The love letter. " Soon as thy 
letters trembling I unclose." 
—Pope. 
470 Henry the Eighth and Anne 
Boleyn deer-shooting in 
Windsor Forest, etc." 
1S73. 99 English archers, nineteenth 
century. "The bow is bent, 
and drawn, make from the 
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1873. 139 Breakfast lime. 

221 The winning hazard. 

271 A Bologne flower-girl. 

276 A London flower-girl. 
I S74. 74 Pamela. See " Pamela, or vir- 
tue rewarded, in a serie.s of 
letters from a beautiful young 
damsel to her parents," by 
Richardson. 

167 Wandering thoughts. 

243 Blessing the little children, an 
episode in the great annual 
procession of our Lady of 
Boulogne. " One touch of 
nature makes the whole 
world kin." 

420 Sleep. " Enjoy the honey- 
heavy dew of slumber, etc." 
1 53 1 Prayer. " Prayer is the burthen 
of a sigh, etc." 
1S75. 75 Sophia Western at the inn fire. 

The lady in the rich habit said : 
" If you will give me leave, 
madam, I will warm myself a few 
minutes at your kitchen fire, for it 
is really very cold." . . . .She then 
pulled oft hergloves, and displayed 
to the fire two hands which had 
every property of snow in them, 
except that of melting. — Tom 
Jones. 

249 La belle Gabrielle. ( With a 

French quotation.) 
257 Tom Jones shows Sophia her 
image in the glass as a 
pledge of his future con- 
stancy. 

" I will show you, my charm- 
ing angel," cried Jones, seizing 
her hand and carrying her to the 
glass. "There; behold it there, 
in that lovely figure, in that face, 
that shape, those eyes, that mind 
which shines through those eyes," 
etc. — Tom Jones. 

St. Valentine's day. 
Black and blue eyes. " The 
brilliant black eye, etc." — 
Moore. 
614 Polly Peachum. See Beggar's 

Opera. 
893 Flowers. 
1232 New earrings. 
1876. 132 Scene from Moliere's " L'Am- 
our Medecin." ( With long 
French quotation.) 
19S The lover's seat. 

250 Scene from the " Vicar of 

Wakefield." 

The intervals between conversa- 
tion were employed in teaching 
my daughters piquet ; or sometimes 



320 

519 



1880. 
1881. 



29 
292 

»9^ 
294 
295. 
916 

240 

M 
182 




in setting my two little ones to 
box, to make them sharps as he 
(the Squire) called it. 

1876. 350 Below the Doge's Palace, 
Venice, 1460. "And ne'er 
in madlier accents rose de- 
spair." — Byron. 
1878. 29'^ rp^„ f College. 
Ascot. 
Arrest. 
Struggles. 
The End. 
Mrs. Hetherington. 
Tenby fishwoman. 
Prawn seller, Tenby. 
" For better, for worse." 
Swift and Vanessa. 

After years of hopeless attach- 
ment to .Swift, Vanessa wrote to 
her rival, Stella, asking the nature 
of her connection with him. That 
lady replied that they were mar- 
ried, and indignantly handed Van- 
essa's letter to the Dean, who, to 
quote Scott's words, " in a parox- 
ysm of fury, rode instantly to 
Marley Abbey, the residence of 
Vanessa. As he entered the apart- 
ment, the sternness of his coun- 
tenance struck the unfortunate 
V.inessa with such terror that she 
could scarce ask whether he would 
not sit down. He answered by 
flinging the letter on the table, 
and, instantly mounting his horse, 
returned to Dublin. When Van- 
essa opened the packet she only 
found her own letter to Stella. It 
was her death warrant. 

Miss Emily Levy. 

The Private Vievv, 1881. 

Mrs. William Lee of Downside. 

Honeymooning in Switzerland. 

Kate Kearney. " Beware of 
her smile, etc." 

A guitar-player. 

Beatrice overhears that Bene- 
dick loves her. "She's ta'en, 
I warrant you, etc." — Much 
Ado about Nothi7ig. 
306 Dr. Johnson and Mrs. Siddons. 

Some weeks before he died, I 
made him some morning visits. 
He was extremely, though form- 
ally polite, always apologized for 
not being able to see me to my 
carriage, conducted me to the 
head of the stairs, kissed my hand, 
and bowing said : " Dear Madam, 
I am your most humble servant," 
and these words were repeated 
without the smallest variation. 

353 "Cruel necessity." 

The night after King Charles I 
was beheaded, my Lord 'South- 
ampton and a friend got leave to 



I8S2. 


218 


IS83. 


163 




248 




342 




486 




530 


1884. 


'97 



176 



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Frith, William Powell, R.A. — continued. 

sit up by the body in the Banquet- 
ing House at Whitehall. As they 
were sitting there very melancholy 
at about two o'clock in the morn- 
ing, they heard the tread of some- 
body coming slowly up the stairs. 
By-and-by the door opened, and 
a man entered very much muffled 
up in his cloak. He approached 
the body, considered it very atten- 
tively for some time, and then 
shook his head and sighed out the 
words "cruel necessity, " He then 
departed in the same slow and 
concealed manner as he had come 
in. Lord Southampton used to 
say that he could not distinguish 
anything of his face, but that by 
his voice and gait he took him to 
be Oliver Cromwell. 

18S4. 431 A London flower girl. 

1885. 66 Mrs. Alfred Pope. 

195 John Knox at Holyrood. 

After leaving Queen Mary in 
rage and tears from his reproaches, 
Knox passed through the ante- 
chamber, and turning upon those 
who were amusing themselves 
there, he said, " Oh brave ladies, 
a brave world if it would last, 
and Heaven at the hinder end, 
but fie on that knave Death, who 
will seize on these bodies of yours, 
and where will your fiddling and 
flinging be then?" The game 
being played is in the ancient form 
of "kiss in the ring." 

349 The old, old story. 

1886. 130 The sick doll. "Arthur mixed 

the darling's physic, etc." 
1-8 The troth plight. 

" And never shall this leave my 
bosom," said Lucy, as she hung 
the piece of gold round her neck, 
and concealed it with her hand- 
kerchief, "until you, Edgar Ra- 
venswood, ask me to resign it to 
you; and while I wear it, never 
shall that heart acknowledge 
another love than yours." With 
like protestations Ravenswood 
placed his portion of the coin 
opposite to his heart. 

275 Dr. Johnson's tardy gallantry. 

"When Madame deBouftlers was 
first in England," said Beauclerk, 
"she was desirous to see Johnson. 
I accordingly went with her to his 
chambers in the Temple, where 
she was entertained with his con- 
versation for some time. When 
our visit was over, she and I left 
him, and were got into Inner 
Temple Lane, when all at once I 
heard a noise like thunder. This 
was occasioned by Johnson, who, 
it seems, upon a little recollection 
had taken'it into his head that he 
ought to have done the honours 



of his literary residence toaforeign 
lady of quality; and eager to show 
himself a man of gallantry, was 
hurrying down the staircase in 
violent agitation. He overtook 
and conducted her to her coach. 
His dress was a rusty brown morn- 
ing suit, a pair of old shoes by 
way of slippers, a little shrivelled 
wig sticking on the top of his 
head, and the sleeves of his shirt 
and the knees of his breeches 
hanging loose. A considerable 
crowd of people gathered round 
and were not a little struck by this 
singular appearance." — Boswetl. 

1886. 382 Match sellers. 

1887. 95 Violets. 

313 Sir Roger de Coverley and the 
beautiful widow. 

When I came to her House, I 
was admitted to her Presence 
with great Civility; at the same 
time she placed herself to be first 
seen by me in such an attitude, as 
I think you call the Posture of a 
Picture, that she discovered new 
Charms, and I at last came to- 
wards her with such an Awe as 
made me Speechless. Her Con- 
fidante sat by her, etc. , etc. — Spec- 
tator. 

1888. 26 Poverty and wealth. 

308 Christmas morning : Santa 

Claus's gifts. 

Ashenhurst, Sydenham Rise. 

18S9. 143 The Hon. Mrs. Robert Foster. 

272 The new frock. "Vanitas 

vanitatum, omnia vanitas." 
283 Walter Frith, fetalis suse 5. 

1890. 236 Mrs. Gerald Crecy Parnell. 

1891. 257 " The sweetest beggar that e'er 

asked for alms." 

1892. 713 A new model. 

1893. 178 L'Adieu de Marie Stuart. 

" Adieu, charmant pays de 
France, etc." 

1894. 209 Five o'clock tea, 1893. 

1895. 67 Mrs. Gresham and daughter. 

1896. 245 Juliet and the Nurse. "Nurse. 

Oh my back, my back, etc." 
— Romeo and Juliet. 
114, Clifton Hill, 

St. John's Wood. 

1897. 257 Juliet on the balcony. "Romeo. 

See how she leans her cheek 
upon her hand, etc." 

1S98. 185 Olivia unveiling. " Viola. 
Good madam, let me see 
your face, etc." — Twelfth 
Night. 

1899. 204 Charles II and Lady Castle- 
maine. 

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Lady Castlemaine are friends 
again ; she is not al Whitehall Imt 
at Sir D. Harvey's, whither the 
King goes to her; but he says she 
made him ask her forgiveness on 
his knees, and promise to offend 
her no more so, and that indeed 
she hath nearly hectored him out 
of his wits. — Pepys" Diaiy. 

1900. 893 "She gives a side glance and 

looks down, etc." 

1901. 194 The intercepted letter. 

1902. 172 In the conservatory: a critical 

moment. 

FRITH, William S Sculptor. 

134, Milkwood Road, 

Heme Hill. 
1884. 1725 Theon; bust, terra-cotta. 
1777 Elaine. 

1887. 1833 The late Very Rev. Henry Law, 

Dean of Gloucester; bust. 
Elgin Studio, 

Trafalgar Square, Chelsea. 

1888. 1972 Thomas B. Lloyd Baker, Esq., 

D.L., J. P., founder of the 
reformatory system; bust. 

1892. 1945 J. Moslin, Esq.; bust. 

1899. 1884 Intransitu. "Ibearthechildren 
sleepingtotheFather; group. 

1902. 1623 Selwyn Image, Esq.; bust. 

FROGGATT, T Painter. 

31, Gerrard Street. 
1846. 169 View in the environs of Rome. 

FROLICH, F Painter. 

161, Cromwell Road. 
1890. 645 Benighted. 

FROME, W Architect. 

1831. 953 Elevation. 
1025 Villa. 

FROOD, Miss Hester Painter. 

Topshani, Devon. 
1904. 830 A portrait. 

FROST, Miss Louisa J Painter. 

1853. 1 193 The chancel of St. Stephen's 
Church, Westminster. 
36, Low Road North, Bri.xto?i. 
1856. 725 Sara. 

FROST, R Painter. 

53, Winchester Street, N. W. 
1882. 520 Mabel. 

FROST, W Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1803. 90 Dutch fishermen. 
III. 



FROST, William Edward, R.A. 

Painter. 
1806. 121 Dutch fishing boats. 

Wandsworth. 

1836. 263 Mr. Robert Wasley, Mitcham. 

53, Great Marlborough St. 

1839. 230 Portrait of a young lady. 
343 James Howell, Esq. 

1840. 988 Prometheus bound by Force 

and Strength. (This paint- 
ing obtained the gold medal 
in the Royal Academy of 
Arts, December loth, 1839.) 

1843. 55 Christ crowned with thorns. — 

.St. Matthew, xxvii, 28. 

48, Poland Street. 

1844. 262 Nymphs dancing. 

55, Ber Iters Street. 

1845. 32; Sabrina. "She, guiltless dam- 

sel, flying the mad pursuit, 
etc." — Comus. 

1846. 522 Diana surprised by Action. 

" Down in a vale, with 
pine and cypress clad, etc." 
—Ovid. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1847. 14 Una. "The wooddy nymphs, 

faire Hamadryades, etc." — 
Faerie Qzieen. 

1848. 336 Euphrosyne. "Haste thee, 

nymph, and bring with thee, 
eic"—L' Allegro. 

1849. 127 The syrens. "And the songs 

of syrens sweet." — Comus. 
9, Gunter Grove, OldBrompton. 

1850. 15 The disarming of Cupid. 

Painted for H.R.H. Prince 
Albert. "The little love-god, 
lying once asleep, etc." 
304 Andromeda. " Or that starred 
Ethiop queen that strove, 
etc." — // Penseroso. 

1851. 407 Wood nymphs. "Where the 

rude axe with heaved stroke 
was never heard, etc." — // 
Penseroso. 
560 Hylas. " In brazen vase fair 
Hylas went to bring fresh 
fountain water, etc." — 
Pawkes. 

1852. 281 Juliet. 
309 Nymph and cupid. 
315 Maymorning. "Nowthe bright 

morning star, etc." 
8, Southampton Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1854. 330 Chastity. " So dear to Heaven 
is saintly chastity, etc." — 
Conius. 

1855. m " II Penseroso." 

A A 



178 



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Frost, 


William Edward, R.A.—con- 


tinned. 




1855- 


170 Wood nymphs. 




396 Bacchante and young faun 




dancing. 


1856. 


162 The Graces. 




260 A Nereid. 




396 A river nymph. 




403 BacchanaUans. 


1857- 


14 Narcissus. "Forhim theNaiads 




and the Dryads mourn, etc." 




—Ovid. 




161 A sea nymph. 




327 O'Donohue's mistress. " For 




when the last April sun 




grows dim. Thy naiads pre- 




pare his steed for him, etc." 




Moore. 




328 Coaxing. 


1858. 


121 "Zephyr, with Aurora playing, 




as he met her once a may- 


1S60. 


mg. 
377 The daughters of Hesperus. 




" His daughters three That 




sing about the golden tree." 




— Comi/s. 




380 The Syrens. 


1861. 


23 Venus lamenting the absence 




of Adonis. 




150 A dance. "Twasin the happy 




olden time before the birth 




of care and crime." 




358 A portrait. 


1862. 


303 Panope. "The air was calm, 




and on the level brine Sleek 




Panope with all her sisters 




played. " — Mi/ton. 


1S63. 


145 The Graces and Loves. 




178 The finding of Moses; sketch 




for a picture. 




605 Sea nymphs. 


1865. 


107 The death of Adonis. "The 




Loves lament, Adonis is no 




more!" 


1866. 


306 Subject from " The Tempest." 




"Come unto these yellow 




sands, etc." 


1867. 


102 Hylas and the nymphs. 




iiS Venus. 




175 "On the tawny sands and 




shelves. Trip the pert fairies 




and the dapper elves." 




588 Musidora. 


1868. 


433 Aurora and Zephyr, etc. 




747 The morning walk. 




765 A nymph. 


1869. 


138 " By the waters of Babylon." 




218 Puck. 




220 The cool retreat. 




505 Euphrosyne; a study of colour. 



1869. 506 Tea gardens, Pegwell. 
514 Children at Lucerne. 

38, Fitzroy Square. 

1870. 58 The haunt of Diana. 
85 A Bacchanalian revel. 

257 Viola. 

418 Cupid disarmed. 

419 Murder of the innocents; an 

incident. 

420 Juliet. 

(Elected R.A.) 

1871. 73 Musidora. 

233 Sabrina. " Sabrina, fair, listen, 

etc." 
706 Phfedria and Cymochles. — 

Faerie Qiiee/ie. 
727 A faun's frolic. 

1872. 126 Nymph and cupid. Diploma 

picture. 
169 GalatEea. 

692 Arieland the nymphs; a sketch. 
695 The dance; a sketch. 

1873. 75° On the Goodwins. 

751 Sketch at Venice, 1851. 

46, Fitzroy Square. 

1874. 173 " Serena, found of salvages." — 

Faerie Queene. 
871 A bacchante. 

1876. 432 " Little," a pet dog. (Painted 

1835-) 
791 Frame containing three draw- 
ings. 

1877. 804 Studies for a picture of Alle- 

gro. 

(The late.) 

1878. 276 Venus. 

FROWD, Thomas T. J Painter. 

Peascod Street, Windsor. 

1848. 459 Eton College. 

478 A lock scene near Reading — 
evening. 

1849. 345 On Hampstead Heath, looking 

towards Hendon. 
1039 Landscape near Ascot. 

1854. 356 The footbridge. 

Adelaide Square, Windsor. 

1855. 5+6 On Dorney Common, Bucks. 
740 Across the common. 

1858. 550 At Didworth Green, Berks. 

Portland Villas, Richmond. 
1863. 189 The road to Roehampton, 

Richmond Park. 

FRY, Ernest H Painter. 

41, Lansdowne Road, W. 
1902. 1035 A Cornish shore. 

FRY, Harry Windsor. Sa W. 



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FRY, Miss L. A Painter. 

Elthani, Kent. 

1855. 862 Roses and geraniums. 

1856. 1010 Camellias. 



FRY, Lewis G Painter. 

1 3, Thurloe Road, Hampstead. 
1896. 584 The building of the new house. 
Stonycroft, Limpsfield, Surrey. 
1902. 141 The Rt. Hon. Lewis Fry. 



FRY, Samuel Sculptor. 

Windmill Hill, Hampstead. 
1877. 620 Mrs. Du Maurier (picture). 

1882. 1544 "There's no way but this"; 

terra-cotta. 

1572 George Du Maurier, Esq. ; 
bust, terra-cotta. 

1594 John Aldin Moore, Esq.; terra- 
cotta. 

1883. 1567 Mrs. G. F. Bodley; bust, terra- 

cotta. 
1583 J. E. Hodgson, Esq., R.A. ; 

bust, terra-cotta. 
1644 Ethel, daughter of J. E.Hodg- 
son, Esq., R.A. ; bust, terra- 
cotta. 
1674 Vengeance; statue, terra-cotta. 
Sompting, 

NiUley Terrace, 

Fitzjohn^s Avenue. 

1884. 1727 R. Norman Shaw, Esq., R.A.; 

bust, terra-cotta. 
1729 Mrs. Robert J. Gray; bust, 

terra-cotta. 
1741 Mrs. Thomas D. Brown; bust, 

terra-cotta. 

1885. 2044 Miss Adela Parker; bust, terra- 

cotta. 
2113 "Play!" group, terra-cotta. 

1886. 1864 Portrait of a lady; bust, terra- 

cotta. 

1887. 1877 Mrs. Fry; bust, terra-cotta. 

1888. 2060 Hero; statue, marble. 

1889. 2171 L'eveillee. 

1890. 2078 do. statuette, bronze. 

1 90 1. 82 Plazuela Vieja, Vigo, Spain 
(painting). 



FRY, Mrs. Samuel-Nottidge (formerly 
Miss Caroline Nottidge) . Painter. 

Windmill Hill, Hampstead. 

1880. I A Venetian senator. 
1028 Maisie. 

1881. 930 Alice. 

1883. 597 Inclined to be obstinate. 
{See Miss Caroline Nottidge.) 



FRY, W. T Painter. 

T. Fry, 38, Eagle Street, 

Red Lion Square. 

1807. 936 Reapers. 

W. T. Fry, 30, Duke Street, 

Lincoln's Inn. 

1808. 202 Cottage girl resting on her way 

from market. 

1809. 245 Cottage boy. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1811. 635 Portrait of himself. 

FRYER, Edward Painter. 

27, Margaret Street. 

1835. 239 Campo Vaccino, Rome; morn- 

ing. 
309 Coliseum from Mount Pala- 
tine, Rome; evening. 

1836. 171 Composition — sunset. 

184 Study of trees from nature; on 
Claverton Down, near Bath. 

689 View of the Temple of Venus 

and Castle Baja near Naples. 

24, Welbeck Street. 

1837. 132 Ave Maria. 

420 A Roman woman at her de- 
votions. 
1839. 350 Falls of Tivoli. 

907 View of Poussin's Villa on 
the Tiber. 

FUCHS, Emil, A/. F.a... Sculptor, etc. 

54, Devonshire Street, 

Portland Place. 

1S98. 1809 Mother's love; group, marble. 

1874 Lady Alice Montagu; bust, 

marble. 
1895 Field-Marshal Viscount Wolse- 
ley, K.P. ; statuette, silver. 
(Created M.V.O.) 

1901. 1780 Case of medals and plaquettes. 
1788 Her Late Majesty Queen Vic- 
toria; medallion. 

1796 do. do. do. 

1902. 1313 H.M. the King; profile for 

postage stamp. 

FUCIGNA, C. E Sculptor. 

19, Millbank Wharf. 

1863. 1024 Meekness; marble. 
1039 Leda. 

1074 The first bouquet. 

1864. 1009 The fortune teller. 

Sphinx Lodge, 99, Church St., 
Chelsea. 
1869. 1244 Last day of Pompeii. 

280, King's Road, Chelsea. 

1876. 1359 The Last Supper. Executed for 

Lightcliffe Church, Halifax. 



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Fucigna, C. '^.—continued. 

74, Newman Street. 

1877. 1452 "Lux perpetua"; part of a 

monument to the late Mrs. 
W. H. Crossland. 
1525 Mrs. Ackroyd. 

13, Edwardes Square, 

Kensington. 

1878. 1463 Spring. 

1879. 1525 Summer; statuette, marble. 

FUDGE, E Architect. 

Fareham, Hants. 
1845. 1107 The gallery of Uplands, Fare- 
ham, Hants. 



FUDGE, J Painter. 

46, Sloane Sqtiare. 
1815. 5S0 Study of an oak in Windsor 

Great Forest. 
1817. 866 View of Westminster Abbey 

with the old houses as they 

appeared in 1815 from Mr. 

White's auction room near 

Storey's Gate. 
1S18. 683 View of St. Alban's Abbey, 

Herts — Morning. 
i8ig. 580 View of Chinkford Church, 

Essex. 

I, Sloane Street. 

1821. 597 Church of St. Maclou, Rouen. 
620 Old houses at Abbeville. 

1822. 497 Part of the interior of Tintern 

Abbey, Monmouthshire. 

1824. 929 View from nature of the East 
window of Melrose Abbey, 
the supposed burial place of 
Michael Scott. 

1828. 605 Part of the town of Lisieux, 
Normandy. 
652 Sketch finished on the spot, 
part of the Abbey of St. 
Amand, Rouen. 
958 Part of the church of St. Ma- 
clou, Rouen. 

1834. 595 Old buildings,Sandwich, Kent. 

1837. 580 Study from nature, Lingfield, 

Surrey. 
748 Sketch, painted on the spot at 

Salisbury. 
958 Lane scene at Aston, Berkshire, 

coloured on the spot. 
97S Market Cross, Salisbury. 

1838. 354 St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. 
1840. 542 Sompting Church, Sussex. 

1842. 631 Sandwich, Kent. 

1164 Part of Rievaulx Abbey, York- 
shire. 

1843. 303 Distant view of the Cathedral 

of Notre Dame, Abbeville. 



1845. 772 Study from nature of the cedars 

in the gardens of the Apo- 
thecaries' Company at 
Chelsea. 

798 Study from nature of the 
cedars in the gardens of the 
Apothecaries' Company at 
Chelsea: south view. 

835 Part of the ruins of Nether 
Hall, Essex. 

I, Upper Cheyne Street. 

1846. 1207 Old building at Chelsea; 

painted on the spot. 

FUGE, W. H Painter. 

Backing, Essex. 
1852. 274 A portrait. 
1854. 1337 A letter from Australia. 
1857. 519 An old church porch. 

561 Draw me. 
i860. 585 The old oak chair. 
1863. 542 Chair, Ma'am — Cromer Sands. 

FULCHER, Miss Norah Painter. 

43, Blenheim Crescent, 

Netting Hill. 
1898. 1195 Portrait of a gentleman. 

FULLER. See Wilson and Fuller. 

FULLER, Charles Francis. 

Sculptor. 

Via delta Nunziatina, Florence. 
1859. 1290 Sig. Mario as Duca di Mantova 

in Rigoletto; marble. 
Madame Grisi in Rigoletto. 
Undine. 
Epic Poetry. 

Mrs. Thomas Tower; marble. 
Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, 

Bart.; marble. 
Thomas Tower, Esq. ; marble. 
Lady Sophia Macnamara; 

marble. 
The castaway; marble. 
Lancelot of the Lake. 
Queen Guinevere. 
Dalilah. 

Lady Alice Hill. 
Miss De Windt. 
Statuette of a gentleman; 

marble, alto relievo. 
Mrs. Weldon; marble. 
Master de Windt. 
Europa; marble statue. 
The Hon. Mrs. Fazakerley; 

marble bust. 
1868. 934 Nydia, the blind flower girl of 

Pompeii, gathering flowers 





I29I 




1329 




n;? 


i860. 


988 




1045 




1053 




1076 


I86I. 


1019 


1863. 


1063 




1067 


1865. 


895 


1866. 


886 




901 




919 




97' 




972 


1867. 


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in the garden of Glaucus; 
marble statue. — Last Days 
of Pompeii. 

1868. 1008 The late Captain Henry Ark- 

wright; marble. 
1037 Music; marble statuette. 

1869. 1190 Jael. "Then Jael Heber's 

wife took a nail of the tent, 
and took a hammer in her 
hand, and went softly unto 
Sisera, and smote the nail 
into his temples, etc." — 
Judges iv, 21. 

Rome. 
1871. 1253 The Peri and her child. "My 
child, she is but half divine, 
etc." — Moore. 
1S73. ■+°9 ^ Roman centurion. 

1414 Hiram Powers, Esq.; terra- 
cotta. 
1543 Little Nell — Old Curiosity 
Shop; marble. 
(The late.) 
1875. 1250 Mdlle. de Breton; marble, 



Edmund G Painter. 

Barmmi, 

St. Ives, Cornwall. 
Herring gigs at moorings. 
Doomed. 
Ebbing tide. 
Morning light. 
A fair wind. 
Bowl Cove, Cornwall. 
Sun-kissed foam. 
The rocket. 

Dunvegan, St. Ives. 
Toil and pleasure. 
"Peace! be still!" 
Cornwall's iron-bound coast. 
Gleams of light on troubled 

waters. 
Clodgy point, St. Ives. 
Crossing the bar. 



FULLER, Miss Florence A. 

Painter. 
16, Queetfs Road, 

Brownswood Park. 
1S97. S93 Summer reverie. 

Kingsdoum North drive, 

Streatham Park. 
1904. 22 Summer breezes — Australia. 

FULLER, Horace Painter. 

245, B romp ton Road. 
1874. 787 Brick yard on the Neve. 
1876. 821 Bromham Beds in flood time. 
1884. 1151 Isle of Wight from near Lym- 
ington, Hants. 



FULLER, 


1894. 


95 


1896. 


62 




816 


1897. 


1063 


1898. 


II 




402 


1899. 


677 




973 


1900. 


18 


1902. 


300 




445 


1904. 


142 




778 




843 



FULLERTON, Mrs. (Elizabeth S.) 

Painter. 

Garthland Place, Paisley. 
1890. 918 Rhododendrons. 
1892. 888 do. 

FULLERTON, Miss Jane. ..Sculptor. 

Merksworth House, Paisley. 
1886. 1858 Christmas roses; relief, terra- 
cotta. 

FULLEYLOVE, John, 7?./.. ..Painter. 

Castle Vieiv, Leicester. 
350 The Belfry, Bruges. 
946 Gossip. 

50, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
177 Orange gathering — Albergo di 

Tasso, Sorento. 
751 TheCapitol: arch of Septimus 

Severus and the column of 

Phocas, from the Forum, 

Rome, etc. 
222 The Lions of the Capitol, 

Rome. 
513 "Where heaves the turf in 

many a mouldering heap." 
674 The Pantheon, Rome. 

39, Berners Street. 
106 The Houses of Parliament 

from Lambeth Bridge. 
929 Autumn. 

13, Bramstone Gate, Leicester. 
1879. 1013 Liverpool. 

I, Langham Chambers. 
1898. 1043 The Acropolis, Athens, from 

the lower slope of the Pnyx 

Hill. 
537 Versailles in the eighteenth 

century. 
768 The Sheldonian Theatre and 

Clarendon Building, Oxford. 
811 St. Mary's church from Canter- 
bury gate, O.xford. 
925 Oxford from the Sheldonian 

Theatre. 
64! The Piazetta, Venice. 
672 The Dome of the Rock (Mosque 

of Omar), Jerusalem. 
905 Jerusalem from Mount Zion, 

showing the temple area. 



1873- 

1874. 

1876. 



1877. 



1878. 



1899. 
1900. 

1901. 

1902. 
1903. 

1904. 



FULL-WOOD, A. Henry Painter. 

6, En del I Street. 
1156 Table Bay, South Africa, dur- 
ing the Boer War, 1900. 
41, Kenilworth Court, Putney. 
734 The Castle, Cape Town. 
1031 Cape Town from the Malay 
quarter. 



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FULLWOOD, John, i?./. 

Painter and Etcher. 

Tal Came, Penzance. 

1883. 154 Haymakers returning. 

13, Rue du Montparnasse, 

Paris. 

1884. 1447 Hush of night; etching. 

Apsley Villa, Tjcickeiiham. 

1885. 1580 Sighing aspens. 

1886. 1421 The swallow's haunt. 
1464 The Gipsy camp. 

1887. 1493 To meet the fleet. 

1888. 1219 On the heath. 
1624 Richmond Bridge. 

1889. 1306 Woodland melody. 

Coonibc House, Stanmore Rd. 

1890. 255 Repose of slanting rays. 
1643 The grove. 

1893. 737 Richmond Bridge. 

4, Bank Buildings, Hastings. 

1894. 1363 Twickenham Common. 
1375 A Thames backwater. 

1895. 1286 The Thames near old Windsor. 

Aleado'Mside, Slinfold, Sussex. 
1898. 961 A Vale of Kent, near Canter- 
bury. 
1900. 1544 On the Thames above Staines. 
1546 On the banks of the Colne. 
1553 On the downs near Portsmouth. 
1904. 1356 A Sussex valley at sundown. 

FULTON, David Painter. 

183, West George Street, 

Glasgow. 
1884. 8 Arran, from the Bute shore, 
Kyles of Bute. 

FULTON, R Painter. 

67, Margaret Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1791. 4 Portrait of a young gentleman. 
27 Portraits of two young gentle- 
men. 

iS, Neioman Street. 
1793. 292 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Mur- 
ray.) 

FUNAJOLI, L. A Sculptor. 

100, Upper Elm ry Street. 
i860. 10S2 Mr.s. G. Wilkinson. 

10S4 The late Sir Jamsetjee Jejee- 
bhoy, Bart., of Bombay. 

FURKEN, H Painter. 

Brussells. 
1838. 747 Interior, with a lady and gen- 
tleman. 



FURLONG, Miss Marianne M. 

Painter. 

123, Powis Street, Woolwich. 
1894. 985 White azaleas. 

FURNELL, Miss C. 

Miniature Painter. 
Norwood. 
1S43. 677 Portrait of a lady. 
951 J. Haynes, Esq. 
963 Master Behan. 

FURNESS, Algerton Painter. 

3, Carrington Place, Holloway. 
1856. 296 Scene near Hornsey. 

FURNISS, B. C. Sculptor. 

Doctors Commons. 
1829. 1067 Lord Cosmo Russell. From a 
painting by Mr. E. Landseer, 
A.R.A. 
10S2 Michael the archangel casting 
the angels out of Heaven. 
45, Kirby St., Hatton Garden. 
1833. 1084 Medallion of W. Martin Coates, 
Esq. 

FURNISS, Harry Illustrator. 

23, St. Edmund's Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 
1884. 138S Education's Frankenstein; from 
Punch, pen-and-ink. 
1398 Irish witnesses at Bow Street; 
pen-and-ink. 

1887. 1517 Mdlle. Parliamentina com- 

mands her performing 
pigeons to return. 
1550 A quiet Sunday in London, or 
the day of rest. Original of 
a drawing in " Punch." 
1889. 1751 Past, present, and future. Ori- 
ginal drawing for "Punch." 
1758 Lika Joko's Pantomime: i, 
Demon's cave; 2, Ballet; 
3, Procession; 4, Harlequin- 
ade. Original drawings for 
" Punch." 

FURNISS, Miss May Painter. 

West Hill, Epsom. 

1900. 353 A Surrey shepherd. 
1290 Fish sale on the quay. 

1901. 1069 Playmates. 

1904. 779 The sweetstufT shop. 
802 A pastoral. 

FURSE, Charles W., A.R.A. 

Painter, 

I, Abbey Gardens, S. IV. 

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1889. 38 The Rev. Henry Burrows, 

Canon of Rochester. 
450 A study in blue. 

Si. Margaret Mansions, 

JVes/minster. 

1890. ?; Sir A. W. Blomfield, A.R.A. 
78 Charles Darling, Esq., Q.C., 

M.P. 
207 The Earl of Aberdeen. 

33, Tite Street. 
1892. 69 The Rev. James Robertson. 
488 The Bishop of Oxford. 
593 The Vice-Provost of King's 
College, Cambridge. 
1894. 216 Robert Bridges, E.sq. 

838 Lord Roberts of Candahar. 

I, Al'l'ey Gardens, ]Vestminster. 

1897. 558 John Laurance, Esq., Master 

of the Llangibby foxhounds. 

563 J. Blandy Jenkins, Esq., Master 

of the Llanharran foxhounds. 

5, Fenborough Road. 

1 90 1. 216 Mrs. Fydall Rowley. 

222 General Sir Charles Nairne. 
330 Sir John Burdon Sanderson. 
533 W. E. Luxmoore, Esq. 

Yockly House, Camherley. 

1902. 169 Mrs. C. W. Furse and Peter 

Furse. 

1903. 145 Lieut.-Col. Sir John Jervis 

White Jervis, Bart., R.A. 
218 Vice- Admiral Lord Charles 

Beresford. 
471 Return from the ride. {Mr. 

and Airs. Aubrey Waterfield.) 

Purchased for the Chantrey 

Bequest. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1904. 222 Diana of the Uplands. (Mrs. 

Furse.) 
475 Sir Francis Mowatt, G.C.B. 
500 Mr. and Mrs. F. S. Oliver. 
770 The lilac gown. {Miss Mabel 

Fern Lewis.) 

FURSE, John H. Monsell... Sculptor. 

Heathbourne Cottage, 

Bushey Heath. 
1886 The she-eagle; relief. 
1954 Study of a cat; wax. 
1S05 do. boy's head. 
1763 Lioness and Cub; relief, 

bronze. 
1820 Mrs. Edward O'Brien of Cahir- 

moyle; bust, bronze. 
1845 Lioness and cubs; groupe, 
bronze. 
I, Abbey Gardens, Westminster. 
1896. 1798 The Rev. William -"Miller, 
CLE., LL.D., etc.; statue. 



1892. 

1893. 

1894. 



1897. 1976 Child's head; relief. 

2080 Cock and Snake; group. 
2084 Reverse of a proposed medal 
to the late Professor Huxley. 
i8g8. 1S14 Cock and Snake; group, 
bronze. 
1848 Greyhound; statuette, bronze. 
5, The Avenue, Fulhatn Road. 

1899. 1883 Mrs. David Henderson; bust. 

1900. 2040 Pumas and turkey; group. 

1903. 1868 The solitary; statuette. 

1904. 1689 Angel and child; group. For 

Hampslead Churchyard. 

FURSE, J. W Painter. 

31, Old Jeivry. 
1830. 599 Italian shepherd playing on the 
flageolet. 

FURSE, W. H Painter. 

Rome, and 10, Tichlorne Street. 

441 The christening of a Jewess in 

the baptistry of St. John 

Lateran. 

121 1 The marriage in the Pantheon 

at Rome. 
276 The infant Christ and St. John. 
469 Peter the Hermit. 
1257 St. John and the Madonna. 
" When Jesus saw his mother 
and the disciple standing b)', 
etc." 
467 Joseph and Mary arriving at 
Bethlehem. " Joseph also 
went up from Galilee, etc." 
— St. Luke, ii, 4. 



1842. 



1843. 
1845. 
1848. 



1850. 



FUSELI, Henry, i?.^ Painter. 

Fuseli, at Rome. 
ITT 4. 9° The death of Cardinal Beau- 
fort; a drawing. 

Fusole, at Rome. 

1777. 127 A scene in Macbeth. 

H. Fuseli, I , Broad Street, 

corner of Portland Street. 

1780. 77 EzelinBracciaferro, musing over 

Meduna, destroyed by him, 
for disloyalty, during his 
absence in the Holy Land. 

179 Satan starting from the touch 
of Ithuriel's lance. 

351 Jason appearing before Pelias, 
to whom the sight of man 
with a single sandal had been 
predicted fatal. 

1 78 1. 27 Dido. — Ilia graves oculos, etc., 

Virg. ^n. iv. 
118 Queen Catharine's vision. 
Shakespear's Hen. 8th, 
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1781. 

1782. 



1783 



1784. 



1785- 



1786. 



1788. 
1789. 
1790. 



1792. 



1793- 



1798. 



Henry, R.A. — confinued. 
141 A conversation. 
64 The night mare. {Shocking. — 
Walpole.) 

100, St. Martin's Lane. 
10 The weird sisters. 
28 Percival delivering Balisane 
from the enchantment of 
Uima. See the tale of 
Thyot. 
209 Lady Constance, Arthur, and 
Salisbury. "Here I'll sit and 
grow." — King John. 
66 Lady Macbeth walking in her 

sleep. 
147 /Edipus with his daughters 
receiving the summons of 
his death. — Scphodes. 
96 The mandrake; a charm. "I 
pulled him up though he 
grew full; and when I had 
done the cock did crow." See 
Ben Jonson's " Witches." 
240 Prospero. 

53 Francesca and Paolo. — Dante's 

" Inferno," Canto 5. 
78 The shepherd's dream. (Mil- 
ton's " Paradise Lost," Book 
I, line 781.) 

54 Oedipus devoting his son. {Vide 

"Oedipus Coloneus" of 
Sophocles.) 

72, Queen Anne Street. 

235 Theseus receiving the clue from 
Ariadne; a finished sketch. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
40 Beatrice. {See Shakespear' s 
Much Ado, etc.) 
(Elected R.A.) 

267 Wolfram introducing Bertrand 
of Navarre to the place where 
he had confined his wife, with 
the skeleton of her lover. 
See " Contes de la Reine de 
Navarre." 

loi Fallstaff in the buck basket. — 
Shakespear's " Merry Wives 
of Windsor." 

190 Christ disappearing at Emaus. 

110 Macbeth, the cauldron sinking, 
the witches vanishing; a 
sketch for a large picture. 
Vide Shakespear. 

177 Amoret delivered from the en- 
chantment of Busiran by 
Britomart. Vide Spencer. 

220 Richard III in his tent the 
night preceding the battle of 
Bosworth, approached and 
addressed by the ghosts of 



1799. 



several, whom, at different 
periods of his protectorship 
and usurpation, he had 
destroyed. 
157 The Cave of Spleen; for Mr. 
F. J. Du Roveray's new 
edition of Pope's Rape of 
the Lock. "The Goddess 
with discontented air, etc." 

1800. 48 The Bard from Gray. 

On yonder cliffs, a grisly band, 
See them sit, they linger yet. 
Avengers of their native land. 
With me in dreadful harmony they 

join, 
And weave with bloody hands the 

tissue of thy line. 

85 The descent of Odin; for 
Du Roveray's new edition. 

Vet awhile my call obey, 
Prophetess, awake and say 
What virgins these, in speechless 

woe 
That bend to earth their solemn 

brow ; 
That their flaxen tresses tear. 
And snow7 veils, that float in air? 
Tell me whence their sorrows rose ; 
Then I leave thee to repose. 

172 The fatal sisters; for Du 
Roveray's new edition. 

Mortal, thou that hear'st the tale. 
Learn the tenor of our song ; 
Scotland, thro' each winding vale, 
Far and wide the notes prolong. 
Sisters, hence with spurs of speed 
Each her thun'dring faulchion 

wield ; 
Each bestride her sable steed. 
Hurry, hurry to the field. 

1801. 41 Celadon and Amelia. "'Tis 
safety to be near thee, etc." 

97 Thetis and Aurora, the mothers 
of Achilles and Memnon 
the Ethiopian, presented 
themselves before the throne 
of Jupiter, each to beg the 
life of her son, who were 
proceeding to single combat. 
Jupiter decided in favour of 
Achilles, and Memnon fell. 
The subject is from /Eschy- 
lus. 

(Professor of Painting.) 

13, Berners Street. 

90 The Rosicrusion Cavern. Vide 
Spectator. 
(Keeper, Royal Academy.) 
209 The Corinthian maid. 

19 Count Vgolino, chief of the 
Guelphs at Pisa, locked up 
by the opposite party with 
his four sons, and starved 



1803. 



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1806. 
1807. 

1808. 



1809. 



1814. 



III. 



to death in the tower, which 
from that event acquired the 
name of Torre della Fame. 
See the Inferno of Dante, 
Canto 33. 
156 Milton dictating to his daugh- 
ter. 

Si Cremhild the widow of Sivril 
shews to Throny, in prison, 
the head of Gunther, his 
accomplice in the assassina- 
tion of her husband. 

67 Cardinal Beaufort terrified by 
the supposed apparition of 
Gloucester. " He hath no 
eyes, the dust has blinded 
them, etc."— -Second Fart, 
Henry VI. 

58 Romeo contemplating Juliet 
in the monument. ^'' Romeo. 
O my love! my wife! etc." 
149 The encounter of Romeo and 
Paris in the monument of 
the Capulets. ''Romeo. 
Wilt thou provoke me? etc." 
3 Hercules to deliver Theseus 
assails and wounds Pluto. 
" E'en hell's grim king 
Alcides' power confest, etc." 
—Pope's Iliad. 

12 Macbeth consulting the Vision 
of the Armed Head. — 
Shakespeare. 

27 Sarpedon slain in battle, car- 
ried home by Sleep and 
Death. — Ilias., etc. 
204 Richard HI starting from the 
apparition of those whom he 
had assassinated, etc. 
436 Dion seeing a female spectre 
overturn his altars and 
sweep his hall. — Plutarch's 
life of Dion. 

39 Lady Macbeth seizing the 
daggers ; a sketch for a large 
picture, etc. 

86 The witch and the mandrake. 
" I pluct him up, though hee 
grew full low." — Ben Joti- 
son. 

89 Eross reviving Psyche. — Apul- 

eius. 
134 Ulysses addressing the shade 
of Ajax in Tartarus. " While 
yet I speak, the shade dis- 
dains to stay, etc." — Odys- 
sey. 

44 Sigelind, Sifred's mother, 
roused by the contest of the 
good and evil genius about 



her infant son.— Z/V/ der 
Nidelunxf. 

1814. 82 Queen Mab. " O, then I see 
Queen Mab hath been with 
you, etc." — Romeo and 
/j/liet. 
123 Criemhild mourning over 
.Sifrid. — liet der Nibelunge. 

1 81 7. 18 Perseus starting from the cave 
of the Gorgons. See Hesiod's 
Shield of Hercules, etc. 
99 Theodore in the haunted wood, 
deterred from rescuing a 
female chased by an Infernal 
Knight. See Boccacio's 
" Decamerone," etc. 
265 Chriemhild throwing herself 
on the body of Sifrit, assas- 
sinated by Throny, etc. 
304 Sifrit, secretly married to 
Chriemhild, surprized by 
Throny in his first interview 
with her after his victory 
over the Saxons, etc. 

1818. 16 Dante, in his descent to Hell, 
discovers amidst the flights 
of hapless lovers whirled 
about in a hurricane, the 
forms of Paolo and Fran- 
cesca of Rimini; obtains 
Virgil's permission to ad- 
dress them; and being in- 
formed of the dreadful blow 
that sent them to that abode 
of torment, at once, over- 
come by pity and terror, 
drops like a lifeless corpse on 
the rock, etc. 
226 A scene of the Deluge. 

1820. 25 An Incantation. See the Phar- 

maceutria of Theocritus. 

131 Chriemhild, the widow of 
Siegfrid the swift, exposes 
his body, assisted by Sig- 
mond, his father, King of 
Belgium, in the Minster of 
Worms, and swearing to his 
assassination, challenges 
Hagen Lord of Throny, 
and Gunther King of Bur- 
gundy, her brother, to ap- 
proach the corpse, and on 
the wounds beginning to 
flow, charges them with his 
murder, etc. 

228 Ariadne, Theseus, and the 
Minotaur in the Labyrinth, 
etc. 

1821. 181 Amphiaraus, a chief of the 

Argolic League against 

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Fuseli, Henry, R.A. — continued. 

Thebes, endowed with 
prescience, to avoid his fate 
withdrew to a secret place 
known only to Eriphyle his 
wife, which she, seduced by 
the presents of Polynices, 
disclosed; thus betrayed, he 
on departing commanded 
Alcmseon his son, on being 
informed of his death, to 
destroy his mother. Eri- 
phyle fell by the hand of 
her son, who fled, pursued 
by her avenging Furies. 
1821. 327 Jealousy; a sketch. 

530 Prometheus delivered by Her- 
cules. 

1823. 22 The Dawn. "Under the 

opening eyelids of the morn, 
etc." — Lycidas. 

1824. 161 Amorett delivered by Brito- 

mart from the spell of 
Busyrane. — Spencer's Fairy 
Queen. 
(The late.) 

1825. 153 Comus. 
216 Psyche. 

FUSSELL, Alexander Painter. 

18, Gaulden Terrace. 
1839. 32 Study from nature. 

29, Argyle Street. 
1845. 103 Joseph interpreting the dreams 
of Pharaoh's butler and 
baker, etc. 

2, Oakley Square. 

1847. 671 Portraits. {Mrs. and Miss 

Fussell. ) 

1848. 112 Study of a head. 
1852. 1059 " Make one, knit two." 

FUSSELL, Frederick Ralph 

Painter. 

Nottingham. 
1858. 838 Portrait. 

FUSSELL, Joseph Painter. 

9, Lloyd's Row. 

1821. 299 Cattle. 

1822. i+o Bulls fighting. "While the 

fair heifer, balmy breathing, 
near stands kindling up 
their rage." — Thomson. 

1823. 27 Christ and the two Disciples at 

Emmaus, etc. 
100 Thunderstorm. " A lifeless 
groupe the blasted cattle lie, 
etc. " — Thomson . 



4, Gaulden Terrace, 

Penlonville. 

1825. 55 An approaching storm. "The 

tempest-loving raven scarce 
Dares wing the dubious 
dusk, etc." — Thomso7i. 
421 Vale Crucis abbey, North 
Wales. 

1826. 254 Family conversation. 

499 Scene on the river Avon near 
Bristol. 

1827. 155 Cottage in Hagbush Lane. 

" Why this cottage, sir, not 
three miles from London, is 
as secluded as if it were in 
the Weald of Y^ftxAP—Hone. 
22, Gaulden Terrace. 

1828. 122 Crossing the brook. 

1829. 118 The pet lamb. 

446 Landscape and cattle. 

1830. 516 View near Llangollen, North 

Wales. 

1831. 435 Gamaliel. 

1832. 292 The prisoner. " Here, recluse 

from worldly pleasure, etc." 
— Dodd's Prison Thoughts. 

1833. 406 The village fountain near Gates- 

head, Durham. 

1834. 694 The young cottagers, or, 

" When will you come 
again?" 

1835. 425 The disconsolate. 
I S3 7. 484 Chess Players. 

5, Vernon Place, Bloomsbury. 
1S39. 1201 Unloading a cart; a sketch 
from nature. 

1841. 331 Christ raising Jairus's daughter. 

" He taketh the father and 
the mother of the damsel, 
etc." — St. Mark v, 40, 41. 

1842. 1044 Fishermen looking out. 

20, Sidtnouth Street. 
1844. 281 Boulogne shrimper. 

602 Magnet steamer entering Bou- 
logne Harbour. 



FUSSLL W Painter. 

Munich. 
1874. 304 E. M. Baillie, Esq., of Doch- 
four. 
725 Master Augustus and Master 
Albert Baillie. 



FYFE, William B. C Painter. 

25, AH'cy Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1866. 269 A Scotch kitchen. 

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1869. 


457 


The wood merchant. 




474 


A girl of the period. 




776 


The Httle housewife. 


1870. 


98 


" My foot is on my native 
heath, and my name is Mac- 
Gregor." 




178 


The page. 




510 


A mother to her sister. 




92Z 


The Toilet. 


I87I. 


394 


On household cares intent. 


1872. 


957 


The maid of honour. "There 
was Mary Beaton, and Mary 
Seaton, and Mary Car- 
michael, and meP 




1150 


Cleaned out. 
Bathurst Lodge, 

St. John's Wood. 


1873- 


3^7 


Bide a wee. 




536 


George B. Bruce, Esq., 
M.I.C.E. 


1874. 


453 


Antonio. 



1875- 



1877. 
1878. 



673 Francesco. 
1400 Charles E. Lewis, Esq., M.P. 
62, Abbey Road. 

312 A good Catholic. 

432 "Sweet! sweet! " 

616 Wandering minstrels. 

549 The fisherman's daughter. 
1333 The raid of Ruthven; an in- 



cident in the life of James VI 
of Scotland. 

On the 23rd of August, 1582, 
the Earl of Gowric invited the 
King to his castle of Kuthven, 
under the pretext of hunting. He 
was joined by the Earl of Mar, 
Lord Lindsay, the Tutor of Gla- 
mis, and other noblemen. When 
the King saw so many persons 
gather round him, whom he knew 
to be of one way of thinking, 
and that hostile to his present 
measures, he became apprehensive 
of their intentions, and expressed 
himself desirous of leaving the 
castle. The nobles gave him to 
understand that he would not be 
permitted to do so; and when 
James went towards the door of 
the apartment, the Tutor of Gla- 
mis, a rude, stern man, placed 
his back against it, and compelled 
him to return. Affronted by this 
act of personal restraint and vio- 
lence the King burst into tears. 
"Let him weep on," said the 
Tutor of Glamis fiercely; " better 
bairns weep than bearded men." 
—Scott. 

1879. 1036 An interesting subject. 

1 88 1. 1 197 William Anderson Ogg, Esq. 

1882. 1273 John Faed, Esq., R.S.A. 
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GABRIEL (C. H.) and BELLAMY 

(A.) Architects. 

I, Trinily Place, 

Charing Cross. 
1848. 1 144 A Village school. 
1231 A church. 

GABRIEL, C. H Architect. 

I, Trinity Place, 

Ckari?ig Cross. 

1847. 1235 A rectory. 

1848. 1 141 Interior of a school. 

62, St. Martinis Lane. 
1850. 1125 The residence of George Mans- 
field, Esq., at Ledbury. 

GABRIEL, C. Wallis Painter. 

JVeston, Bath. 
1882. 453 An absent friend. 

GABRIEL, Edward Architect. 

42, Old Broad Street, E.C. 
1904. 1509 Almshouses at Ashton Court. 
1620 "The Formidable" nautical 
School, Portishead. 

GABRIEL, Paul Jos. Constantine. 

Painter. 

57, Thistle Grove, Brompton. 
1875. 833 Landscape. 

GABRIELLI, G Painter. 

I, Loiver Sackville Street, 

Dublin. 
181 1. 311 View of the Glen of the Downs, 
county of Wicklow, Ireland. 
350 View of Brayhead, co. Wick- 
low. 
356 Composition. 
364 View of the Waterfall called 

Pulla Picca, co. Wicklow. 
521 A landscape and figures. A 
supposed view on the banks 
of the Peneus, near the Vale 
of Tempe in Thessaly. 
723 View of the Upper Lake at the 
seven churches, co. Wick- 
low. 
181 3. 209 Hero and Leander. 

223 View of Caernarvon Castle. 

Rome. 
1819. 335 Scene on the Count De Salis's 
estate in Switzerland. 
596 do. do. 



GABRIELLI, Giuseppe ... Sculptor. 

I, Pelham Place, Brompton. 

1863. 21 Portrait of a gentleman. 
1127 The Queen; cameo portrait. 
112S The late Prince Consort do. 

1 129 The Prince of Wales do. 

1 1 30 Princess of Wales do. 

1864. 966 Cameo portraits of the Prince 

and Princess of Wales. 

5, Port man Street. 

187 1. 1319 Aurora; basso-relievo. 

13, Ed'ivardes Square, 

Kensington. 

1872. 157S A Bacchante; marble me- 

dallion. 

9, Walham Grove. 
1880. 63 Master Willie Gabrielli (pic- 
ture). 

GABRIELLI, William. 

Miniature Painter. 

895, Fulham Road. 
1901. 1343 Miss Annie Buckle. 
43, Palewell Park, 

East Sheen. 
1904. 1221 Mrs. Daulton. 

GADE, William R Painter. 

82, Addison Road. 
1878. 575 Old Jim. 

642 Happy old age. 

GADSBY, William H Painter. 

2 7, Gaisford Street. 
1869. 691 Study of a head. 

1872. 339 A Girl and Kitten. 

5, Camden Studios. 

1873. 4S3 Girl with fruit. 
1876. 552 In the apple room. 
1880. 1083 Played out. 

GAHAGAN, C. Sculptor. 

33, Greek Street, Soho. 

1831. 1157 Bust of a child. 

2 2, Seymour St., Euston Square. 

1832. 1224 Bust of Pierce Mahony, Esq. 

33, Dorset Street. 
1836. 1 1 26 Bust of Lewis Stevens, Esq. 

GAHAGAN, Edwin Sculptor. 

1 1, Molyneaux Street. 

1 83 1. 1 1 39 Apollo repelling the attack of 

Diomed on .■'Eneas. " So 

spoke the God who darts 

celestial fires, etc." — Iliad. 



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Gahagan, Edwin — continued. 

1 83 1. 1208 A falconing party in the cos- 
tume of the seventeenth 
century. 

11, Sussex Terrace, 

Kentish Town. 
1837. 1184 Model of a boy. 

12, Neici Hampstead Road. 
1857. 1300 Medallion portrait. 

GAHAGAN, L Sculptor. 

22, Deafi Street. 
1798. 1046 Bust of Admiral Sir Thomas 
Paisley. 
1050 Bust of Sir Horatio Nelson. 

Pershore Place, New Road. 

1800. 969 A bull. 

1026 A branch candlestick to be 

executed in silver for Earl 
Spencer. 
1092 Bust of the Rt. Hon. William 
Pitt. 

5, Little Tichfield Street. 

1801. 963 A figure of Spring designed to 

support a pot of flowers. 

992 A portrait of a spaniel. 

993 A head of a gentleman. 

994 A Bust do. 

1027 Portrait of a child. 

12, Cleaveland Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
1809. 757 Bust of the Bishop of St. Pol 
de Leon. 
781 Bust of a child. 

860 do. gentleman. 

861 Bust of the late Dr. Hawes, 

treasurer of the Humane 
Society. 
i8i6. 938 Bust of Sir W. Struth, Mayor 
of Bristol. 
940 Bust of Sir S. Romilly. 
944 do. the Rev. Dr. Parr, 
College Green, Bristol. 
1817. 1063 Bust of a gentleman. 
1066 do. do. 

GAHAGAN, L., Junr Sculptor. 

9, Stvalloia Street. 
1817. 1077 Bust of Rev. J. Hyatt. 

GAHAGAN, Sally Sculptor. 

Bristol. 
1817. 1055 Bust of a child. 

GAHAGAN, Sebastian Sculptor. 

58, Tichfield Street. 
1S02. 955 Prudence; a sketch for a time 

piece. 
1803. 907 A portrait; a study. 



1804. 

1805. 
1807. 
1814. 



963 



1817. 



1027 



I52I. 1127 



S99 Affliction and Consolation; a 

monumental sketch. 
722 Bust of a lady. 
1007 A monumental sketch. 
771 A sketch for a monument to 
the Rt. Hon. Spencer Perce- 
val. 
181 6. 962 Bust of Lieut.-General Sir T. 
Picton, G.C.B. 
Bust of the Rev. E. Picton. 

33, King Street, Westminster. 
Model of a monument to the 

late Mr. Wyndham. 
Victory; being part of the 
National monument to Gen- 
eral Sir T. Picton. 

1818. 1039 Crescent and Pillar in com- 

memoration of the battle of 

Trafalgar. 
1098 Model of a statue of General 

Sir T. Picton. 
1108 Innocence; a portrait. 
1 1 15 Bust of the late General Sir T. 

Picton, G.C.B. 

1819. 1247 The cradle Hymn; portraits. 

"Hush, my babe, lie still, 
etc." 
A portrait. 
1 146 Bust of C. Beloe, Esq. 
1 148 The Grave; a monumental sub- 
ject. 
1165 Priam imploring Achilles for 
the body of his son Hector. 
1032 Bust of George Cholmondeley, 

Esq. 
1034 Bust of Dr. Hutton; presented 
to him as a testimony of 
high esteem by a number 
of his scientific friends. 
1084 Bust of Dr. Patrick Kelly. 
1094 Design for the Shakespeare 
Commemoration. 
1824. 9S6 Bust of Sir Peter Laurie, 
Sheriff of London. 
A monumental figure. " Let 
my prayer be directed, etc." 
Model for a statue of His 
Majesty King George the 
Fourth. 
26, William Street, 

Regent's Park. 
1833- '"33 Model of Mons. Louel in the 
character of Troubadour, as 
he performed before His 
late ALijesly and others of 
the Royal Family at the 
Egyptian Hall in 1829. 
57, Ernest Street, 

Regent's Pari. 
1834. 1084 Bust of E. Sampays, Esq. 



1823. 



1825. 



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25, Utile Clarendon Street, 

Somers To7vn. 
1835- '°9+ Model for a statue of Earl 
Grey. 

GAHAGAN, V Sculptor. 

106, Great Tichfield Street. 
1804. 898 Portrait of his father. 

965 Lion and Kid; a study. 
967 A Lion; a study. 

269, Oxford Street. 
1814. 755 Design for a statue of Apollo. 
II, Molyneux Street, 

Edgware Road. 

1817. 1025 Satan in council; design for 

the end of a garden walk. 

" I give not Heav'n for 

lost." 

1 82 1. 1090 The triumph of Achilles over 

the body of Hector. 

1822. 999 Dido. "And this, and this, 

shall kindly speed me to 
the realms below." — Virgil. 

1823. 1065 The Prodigal Son. "I will 

arise and go to my father." 

GAINS, G Painter. 

Market Street, 

St. Ja?nes^s Market. 

1776. 332 Two views in North Wales. 

1777. 128 A View of Marlborough. 

129 do. in Hyde Park. 

130 do. in North Wales. 
1782. 399 Landscape. 

400 do. 

1786. 44 do. 

227 View of Ullswater from Patter- 
dale. 

1787. 432 View near Henley on Thames. 

GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas, R.A. 

Painter. 

Bath. 

1769. 35 Portrait of a lady; whole 

length. {Isabella, Lady 
Molyneux.) 

36 A portrait of a gentleman. 

{George Pitt, eldest son of 
Lord Rivers. ) 

37 A large landscape. 

38 A boy's head. 

1770. 83 Portraits of a lady and child; 

whole length. 

84 A portrait of a gentleman; 

whole length. (? Dr. 
Schomberg.) 

85 A portrait of a young gentle- 

man. 



1770. 86 A portrait of a gentleman; 
three-quarters. ( Garrick. 
Very like. — Walpole.) 

87 A portrait of a gentleman; 

three-quarters. 

88 A landscape and figures. 

S9 A book of drawings. ( Very 
good. — Walpole. ) 
I 771. 74 Portraits of a lady and child; 
whole length. {Lady Sus- 
sex.) 

75 A portrait of a lady in a 

fancied dress; whole length. 
{Lady Ligonier.) 

76 A portrait of a nobleman with 

a horse; whole length. 
{Lord Ligonier.) 

77 A portrait of a gentleman; 

whole length. {Mr. Nut- 
hall.) 

78 A portrait of Captain Wade, 

Master of the Ceremonies 
at Bath. 

79 A landscape j ( Vety good, but 

and figures. '■ too little finished. 

80 do. ) —Walpole.) 
1772. 94 A portrait of a lady; whole 

length. 

95 A portrait of two young ladies; 

whole length. 

96 A portrait of a gentleman; 

whole length. 

97 A portrait of a gentleman; 

three-quarters. 

98 Two landscapes, drawings, in 

imitation of oil painting. 

99 Eight landscapes, drawings, 

in imitation of oil paint- 
ing. 

Pall Mall. 
1777. 131 His Royal Highness the Duke 
of Cumberland ; whole 
length. 

132 Her Royal Highness the 

Dutchess of Cumberland; 
whole length. {Favourable 
likeness. — Walpole. ) 

133 Portrait of a lady; whole 

length. 

134 Portrait of a nobleman; whole 

length. {Lord Gage. Very 
like a?id well. — ^Valpole.) 

135 Portrait of Mr. Abel. {Very 

like and ivell. — Walpole.) 

136 A large landscape. (/;/ the 

style of Rubens and by far 
the finest landscape ever 
painted in England and 
equal to the great masters.- — 
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Gainsborough, Thomas, R.A. — co>2- 
t in lied. 

1777. 137 Portraits of two young gentle- 

men. 

1778. 1:1 Portrait of a lady; whole 

length. {Diic/iess of Devon- 
shire.^ 

iiz Portrait of a nobleman; 
whole length. {Earl of 
Clusferfeid.) 

113 Portrait of a lady; whole 
length. ( Countess of Chester- 
field) 

iM Portrait of a lady; whole 
length. {Mrs. Elliott) 

115 Portrait of a lady; half length. 

{Miss Dalrymfle.) 

116 Portrait of a lady; half length. 

{Clara Haywood. ") 

117 Mr. Christie; half length. 

118 Portrait of a lady; three- 

quarters. 

119 A landscape with cows. {Too 

rough and unfinished. — Wal- 
pole.) 

120 A landscape; its companion. 

{Good.—\Nz\.'^o\Q.) 

407 Portrait of a lady; three- 

quarters. {Mrs. Minet.) 

408 Portrait of a gentleman ; three- 

quarters. {De Loutherbourg 
the artist.) 

409 Portrait of a gentleman ; three- 

quarters. {Mr. Minet.) 
\11<^. 98 Her Royal Highness the 

Dutchess of Gloucester ; 

whole length. ( Vety good 

and like. — IValpole.) 
99 Her Royal Highness the 

Dutchess of Cumberland ; 

whole length. {Good likeness. 

— Walpole.) 
100 A Judge; half length. {Judge 

Perrin. — Walpole . ) 
loi Two ladies; half length. 

102 A nobleman ; three quarters. 

{Duke of Argyle. — Walpole ) 

103 A landscape. {Most natural, 

bold., and admirable. — Wal- 
pole.) 
1780. I A Landscape. 

14 Portrait of a gentleman. 
( Gefieral Conway ; good. — 
Walpole.) 

33 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 
Fossett or Gosset.) 

62 Landscape. 

74 do. 

84 Portrait of a lady. {Madame 
Le Brun.) 



1780. 121 Portrait of a gentleman. {Re-,'. 

Mr. Stevens.) 
147 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Crossdell or Mr. George 

Coti.) 
162 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Beau- 

foy-) 

189 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Bute, author of the " Morn- 

ingPost.") { Good.—\Vs.\Y>o\c.) 
194 Portrait of a gentleman. {Air. 

G. Coyte or Mr. Henderson, 

studying.) 
197 Landscape. 
222 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Fischer.) 
319 Landscape. 
356 Portrait of a gentleman. {Mr. 

Crosdale.) 
368 Landscape. 
I 781. 39 Portrait of a Bishop. {Hurd of 

Lichfield. — Walpole. ) 
77 Landscape. 
94 do. 
146 Portrait of His Majesty. (/;/ 

his tnorningregiffiental frock.) 

( Jl'hole length, very like, but 

stiff and raw. — Walpole.) 

165 Portrait of her Majesty. {JVhole 

length, indifferent. — Wal- 
pole.) 
176 A shepherd. (77/1? boy behind 
a hedge, engraved. See Bur- 
ney's sketch.) {The boy good, 
the dog better. — Walpole.) 
426 Landscape. {Some parts very 
fine. — Walpole.) 
1782. 43 Portrait of a gentleman. 
{Merlin.) 

44 Portrait of a lady. {Afrs. 
Fane.) 

58 Portrait of an officer. {Alajor 
St. Leger.) 

77 Portrait of His Royal High- 
ness the Prince of Wales. 

126 Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 

Camden.) 

127 Girl with pigs. 

166 Landscape. 

184 Portrait of a lady. {Afiss 

Dairy mple.) {Was Mrs. 

.EZ/wV/.— Walpole.) 
213 Portrait of an officer. {Lieut.- 

Col. Tarleton.) {Horse well, 

very large. — Walpole.) 
230 Madame Baccelli. {Dancing; 

well. — Walpole.) 
372 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

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1783. 27 Portrait of a gentleman. {Sir 
H. Harbord.) 

34 Landscape. {Gainsborough less 

excelU'itl than he used to be. 
— Walpole.) 

35 Two shepherd boys, with dogs 

fighting. 

4; Portrait of a nobleman. {Duke 
of Nortliumberland or Lord 
Cornwallis. Walpok says 
the latter and Jhirney has 
sketched Cor meat/ is.) 

78 Portrait. of a lady of quality. | 

{Duchess of Devonshire.) 
134 Portraits of the Royal Family 
— The King, Queen, Prince 
of Wales, Prince William, 
Princess Royal, Prince Ed- 
ward, Princess Augusta, 
Princess Elizabeth, Prince 
Ernest, Prince Augustus 
Frederick, Prince Adolphus, 
Princess Mary, Princess 
Sophia, Prince Octavius. 
Prince Alfred. {This set of 
small portraits is noiv at 
Windsor Castle.) 

140 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 
Sheridan.) 

153 Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 
Cortm'allis or the Duke of 
Northumberland. Walpole 
says Duke of Northumber- 
land, and very good, whole 
length, garter robes.) 

190 Portrait of a nobleman. {Lord 
Sand7C'ich.) 

201 Portrait of a gentleman. {Capt. 
Sir Charles Gould or Sir 
Harbord Harbord. Walpole 
says the latter.) 

240 a sea-piece; a calm. 

273 Portrait of a gentleman. {Billy 
Ramus.) 

GAINSFORD, F. G Painter. 

2, Duke Street, Adelphi. 

1805. 50 Portrait of himself. 

1806. 464 Portrait of a gentleman. 

33, N'eivman Street. 

1814. 104 Portrait of himself. 

1815. 84 P. E. Ottey, Esq. 
381 Miss Walstein. 

S, Brompton Road. 

181 6. 294 Portrait of a lady. 

GAIR, Gillies Painter, 

52, Wrotham Road, 

Camden Square. 
1872. 351 Portrait of a lady. 
111. 



41, Afari/uis Road, 

Camden Square. 
1873- 5'4 James Slater, Esq., Greenock. 
1874. 31 Mrs. Adams. 

GALE, Arthur J. See Smith and Gale. 

GALE, Frances Painter. 

1885. 1 190 Thistle. 

GALE, J Painter. 

Orford, Suffolk. 
1820. 227 Departure of Hagar and 
Ishmael. 

GALE, R. L Painter. 

13, Queen's .Square. 
1832. 902 Bletchingley, Surrey. 

74, Newman Street. 
1 84 1. 623 Irish Cabin. 

GALE, William Painter. 

44, Berners Street. 

1844. 94 The prodigal son. "I will 

arise and go to my father." 
219 A study. 

1845. 69 Study of heads. 

1246 Young Celadon and his Amelia. 

" Fear not, he said, sweet 

innocence, etc." — Thomson. 

70, Dean Street. 

1846. 234 Phcedria. " A daintie damsell, 

etc." 

1847. I The Indian. 

1 182 "And she was mine, etc." — 
Young. 

1848. 604 Merry mood. 

1 151 Florimel in the witches' cot- 
tage. 

1849. 236 Heloise. 
346 May. "Lord! how all creatures 

laught when they her spide, 
etc." — Spencer. 

5, Bu Is trade .Street. 

1850. 1047 Chaucer's dream. "For to be- 
hold them daunce and sing, 
etc." 

1 85 1. 364 Perseus and Andromeda. 
451 Cydippe. 

Rome, and 1 1 6, Long Acre. 

1852. 293 An Italian Girl. 
1088 Study of a head. 

10, Fitzroy Squa?-e. 

1853. 3''6 Mrs. Henry Peek. 

1854. 55 The Wounded Knight. "And 
there beside him sate upon 
the ground, etc." — Faerie 
Queene. 

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Gale, William — contbiucd. 

1854. 492 Guiderius and Arviragus re- 

peating the dirge over 
I m ogen. — CymheUtie. 

1855. 640 Griselda expelled from the 

house of the Marquis. "And 
in her smok, with foot and 
hed al bare, etc." — Chaucer. 

1856. 560 The captured runaway. 

865 Study for a head of Christ. 

1857. 162 The confidante. "Friendship's 

shrine is Love's confes- 
sional." 
392 The exile. 

Langham Cliambeys. 

1858. 54 The sorrowful days of Evange- 

line. " Over Evangeline's 
face, at the words of Basil, a 
shade passed, etc." — Long- 
fellow. 
90 The Happy days of Evange- 
line. " But, among all who 
came, etc." 
246 " Two lovers whispering by an 
orchard wall." — Tennyson. 

1859. 9 Grace Harvey's visit to the sick 

girl. Vide Kingsley's " Two 

years ago." 
116 "Love thy mother, little one. 

Kiss and clasp her neck 

again." — Hood. 
305 The chess players. "Guard 

your Queen." 
504 Columbus in chains. 
433 Land leben. 
448 " Eyes to the blind." 
476 The father's blessing. 
491 Naples, 1859. 
146 God's messenger. " Show Thy 

pity upon all prisoners and 

captives." 
259 Autumn. "Thou shalt come 

to thy grave in a full age, 

etc." — Job. 
274 The sick wife. 
652 Rejected addresses. "Itookthe 

blossom frae my breast, etc." 
1863. 403 The Jews' place of wailing — 

Jerusalem, 1862. 

Here the Jews have been per- 
mitted for many centuries to ap- 
proach the precincts of the Temple 
of their fathers, and bathe its hal- 
lowed stones with their tears. It 
is a touching scene that presents 
itself to the eye of the stranger in 
this retired spot each Friday ; 
Jews of both sexes, of all ages, 
and from every quarter of the 
earth, are there raising up a united 
cry of lamentation over a deso- 
lated and dishonoured sanctuary. 



i860. 
1861. 



1862. 



1864. 


7 




245 


1865. 


595 

71 




401 




429 


1866. 


4?o 
522 


1867. 


5+S 
662 



90 

481 
551 



899 



19 



Turtle doves--Jerusalem, 1862. 
Poland, 1863. 
595 Syrian Fellahin journeying, etc. 
" A certain blind man sat by 

the wayside begging." 
Eastern life. 

" A woman having an alabaster 
box of very precious oint- 
ment." 
The passing bell. 
The offering for the first born. 
54S Nearing home. 

" And they that went before 

and they that followed, 

cried saying, Hosanna, etc." 

The daily task ; an eastern 

study. 
Roses; an eastern study. 
Nazareth. "And he went down 
with them, etc." 
751 Sick and in prison. 
777 A Woman of Nazareth. 

The return of the Prodigal. 
" And they began to be 
merry." 
Cupid's ambassador. 
Half hours with the best 
authors. 
54 Companions in solitude. 
7, Prince Consorfs Road, 

Belsize Park. 
337 Latest intelligence: hopes of 

peace. 
1058 Calypso. 

1 107 The little intercessor, etc. 
4S7 Apples of gold in pictures of 

silver. 
916 Abraham and Isaac on the way 

to sacrifice, etc. 
103; Among the roses : Eastern 
woman in a rose garden. 
Eyes to the blind. 
Abraham sends away Hagar 
and Ishmael. "And Abra- 
ham rose up early in the 
morning, etc." 

19, Belsize Crescent. 
1874. 622 Eastern spring time. "The 
winter is past, the rain is 
over and gone; the flowers 
appear on the earth, etc." 
105 1 " Ed io anche son pittore." 
628 Going in for the competitive. 
26 The love tale. 

Algerine water-carriers waiting 

their turn. 
Sunshine and shadow. 
Zillah, the flower girl. 
An Algerine house. 



1868. 



1869. 



1870. 



1871. 



1872. 



1873- 



525 
1034 



1875- 
1876. 



1877. 



97 > 



24 
248 

■357 



1397 Spoils of War. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



195 







Arls Club, Hanover Square. 


1878. 


382 


An interior — Algiers. 




415 


On the house top — Algiers. 

30, Osnaburgh Street. 


1879. 


'27 


Maggie. 




5 84 


Autumn's glow. 




586 


Under the Roses. 




590 


" For there are spun around 
the heart of such tender ties, 
etc." 


1880. 


399 


Spring time — Algiers. 




400 


The old home. 




937 


Daphnq. 




964 


The Emir's daughter. 


I88I. 


1413 


The song of Miriam. 


1882. 


607 


Zara. 




672 


King Cophetua and the beggar. 
" Cophetua swore a royal 
oath : This beggar maid shall 
be my queen." 


1883. 


223 


Helweh. 




295 


Sisters. 


I8S5. 


S3 


Danae and Perseus. 


1886. 


776 


The study table. 




870 


Half hours with the best 
authors. 




901 


A Syrian fruit girl. 


1887. 


1280 


Marguerite. 
The Ha'cvthorns, Catford Hill. 


1889. 


924 


Summertime. 


1890. 


909 


Ayesha. 
7, New Court, Lincoln's Inn. 


I89I. 


501 


The sheykh's daughter. 


1892. 


621 


Indian fruit seller. 


1893. 

ALL 


777 


Girl of Nazareth. 
lER, J Sculptor. 



32, Tottenham Street. 
1832. U41 {In the index but not in the 
catalogue. ) 

7, Tottenham Street. 

1834. 1032 Bust of Colonel Hodges. 

4, Ogle Street, Marylebone. 

1835. 1078 Basso relievo of Count Ugo- 

lino and his sons in Prison. 

— Vide Dante. 
1837. 1208 Bust in marble of the Baron 

de Lagos. 

6, Change Alley. 
1844. 1364 Bust of a gentleman. 



GALLAIT, Louis, H.F.R.A., H.R.I. 



1872. 908 Mdlle. A. 
I'artiste. 

1005 La Paix. 

1006 La Guerre 



SI. 
B 



Painter. 

Bedford Square. 
, petite-fille de 



GALLAND, J. R. 

Miniature Painter. 

43, Goodge Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 
1 8 18. 443 Portrait of himself. 

805 Portrait of a young lady of 

Edinburgh. 
851 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

GALLANDAT DE ROVRAY, 

Fanny Miniature Painter. 

25, South Molton Street, 

Grosvenor .Square. 
1848. 754 Head of Louis XV. {In the 
catalogue the uwrk is put as 
by Fanny Galland, although 
it is Gallandat de Rovray in 
the index. This explains the 
note in vol. ii, page 310.) 

GALLI, F Architect. 

44, Connaught Terrace. 
1 866. 792 Ceiling of church in City. 

GALLIMORE, Samuel Painter. 

86, IVanuick Street, Pimlico. 
1 86 1. 95 Portrait. 

Newcastle, Staffordshire. 
iSSi. 1159 The Rt. Hon. W. E. Glad- 
stone, M.P. 
1 1 84 Mrs. Charles Gerber. 
1887- 1260 Under Cader Idris. 
Kirkgate Buildings, 

Huddcrsfield. 
1893. 1035 The haunt of the mallard. 

GALLON, Robert Painter. 

1 2, Tavistock Ro7v, 

Covent Garden. 

1873. 289 Morwell Rocks, Devon. 

1874. 557 Sunshine in January. 
570 Afternoon — Devon. 

1875. 624 A Welsh oat harvest. 
1 1 70 On the Conway. 

28, Alma Square. 

1877. 346 The fairy Glen, North Wales. 
540 A hoar-frost. 

1878. 420 River and brook. 

618 "When autumn skies are blue 
above, etc." 

1879. 444 Hard times. 

1880. 419 On the Mawddach: tide com- 

ing in. 

32, Alma Square. 

1 886. 437 A Windy day near Dolgelly. 
1102 Gravesend from Tilbury 

Marshes. 

1887. 93 In the Isle of Grain. 

795 From the Temple to Waterloo. 
18S8. 1596 do. do. do. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gallon, Robert — continued. 
1SS9. 1195 After the storm. 

171 5 The tidal Thames. 

1 89 1. 491 In the heart of England. 

"This lordly palace, where 
princes feasted and heroes 
fought ... all is now deso- 
late." 

1892. 549 A Sussex harbour. 

1893. 817 "Summer's sun and silent 

shade." 
1897. 360 "Small showers last long But 

sudden storms are short." 
1S98. 947 "When yellow leaves do 

hang." 

1899. 359 Brodick, Isle of Arran. 

1900. 1021 The first of the ebb. 

1902. 785 Auchlinsky. 

1903. 92 Loch and brae. 

GALLON, Robert Samuel Ennis. 

Painter. 

Royal Hospital, Greenwich. 

The Parting. 

Don Quixote and Altisidora. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

A portrait. 

John Woodley Morgan, Esq. 

A Greenwich pensioner. 

Study. 

The young sailor. 

Edward Hart, a pensioner in 
Greenwich Hospital, aged 
94, one of Captain Cook's 
crew. 

Portrait of his father. 

1 1, Great Tichjield Street. 

A pic-nic. 

A lake scene. 

Blackheath Hill. 

Fairies sporting. 

Captain Goldsmith, R.N. 

Malcolm Goldsmith, Esq. 

John Breaks, Esq., R.N. 

The rival suitors; a scene from 
the ballet of the Yellow 
dwarf. 

"Some weep in earnest and 
yet weep in vain." — Young. 

Xarifa. 

Pets. 

Portrait of a lady. 

4, Evelyn Place, Deptjord. 
A child at his prayers; a por- 
trait. 

The daughter of Herodias 
presenting the head of John 
the Baptist to her mother. 

A portrait. 

La Reverie. 



1S30. 126 

130 

1833. 477 

1836. 125 

1837. 13 

1838. -4 
89 

1839. 374 
466 



1840. 159 



I84I. 


32 




382 


1842. 


1023 


1844. 


9< 




.58 




623 


1845. 


37S 



I2IS 

1846. 27 

34 

1S47. 579 

1853- 59 
1855- ^78 



1856. 497 
1858. 479 



1859. 531 A portrait. 

1865. 454 Come along. Grandfather. 
(The late.) 

1868. 561 The first lesson in seaman- 
ship. 

GALLORI, E Sculptor. 

1874. 1508 Knitting— Mrs. T. S. Lee. 

I, Bentinck Street, 

Manchester Square. 

1875. '37* George Ponsonby Crawford 

Esq. 
1377 Major F. I. Rickard, F.R.S. 
1 38 1 Mrs. CoUard Drake. 

294, Regent Street. 

1876. 1503 Filippo Lippi ; terra-cotta 

statuette. When made a 
prisoner by a corsair, he 
painted on the prison walls 
the portrait of his captor so 
resembling, that, moved by 
admiration, he set him at 
liberty without exacting a 
ransom. 
34, South Hill Park, 

Hampstead. 
1878. 1508 Mamma's darling. "What is 
the matter? " 

GALLOWAY, E Painter. 

1 4, Buckingham Street, Strand. 
1847. 247 Shipping off Sheerness. 

GALLOWAY, Samuel Painter. 

80, Fleet Street. 

1827. 605 Study of flowers. 

15, New Road, Fitzroy Square. 

1828. 820 Groupe of flowers. 

26, Aberdeen Place, 

Maida Hill. 
1835. 516 Study from nature. 

GALOFRE, Baldomero Painter. 

Rome. 

1882. 984 Near Castellamare. 

993 Fishing near Civita Vecchia. 

GALPIN, William Dixon ... Painter. 

Bristol House, Roehampton . 

1883. 640 An English flower. 
1885. 74 Beatrice; a portrait. 
1887. 415 Miss Marion Lea. 

GALSWORTHY, Gordon C. 

Painter. 

Dunan'on, Steyning, Sussex. 
1899. 708 A suminer morning. 

Thorndene, Henfield, Sussex. 
1904. 2 Carrying tiie hay. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



197 



GALSWORTHY, W. H Painter. 

92, U/pcr Stamford Street. 
1847. 1100 A cornfield. 
1850. 847 A lane near a copse. I 

GALTON, Miss Ada Painter. 

14, Sylvan Road, Norwood. 
1899. 1102 A moor road, Yorkshire. \ 

1903. 1319 Staple Inn, Holborn. i 

Chutiam, Sylvan Road. 1 

1904. 1406 Porte bonheur. 

GAMBARDELLA, S Painter. 

8, Michael's Place, Brompton. 
1842. 185 Portrait of a lady. 
392 London beggars. 
504 La Vestale. 

22, Sussex Place, Kensington. 
1850. 507 Venus and Adonis, from Shake- 
speare. " She trembles at 
his tale, etc." 

GAMBIER-PARRY, E. See P. 

GAMBLE, James Sculptor. 

24, Rich Terrace, 

Old Brompton. 
1875. 1402 Sir Henry Cole, K.C.B. 
1888. 2035 T. N. Nichols, Esq. 
1890. 2013 George Buchanan, Esq.; me- 
dallion. 
1892. 1978 "A gentle scroll, fair lady, by 
your leave." — Merchant of 
Venice; relief. 

GAMBLE, Miss Louisa. 

Miniature Painter. 

7, Camden Street. 
1842. 884 Portrait of a lady. 

GAN DON , James Architect. 

2 1 , Broad Street, Soho. 
1774. 91 A design for a villa for a gentle- 
man in Ireland. 
92 A design for a church. 
1775- '^j Ruins of a Basilica; a stained 
drawing. 
124 Ruins: the vestibula of a 
temple. 

1776. 103 Ruins of a temple; stained 

drawing. 
104 do. do. do. 

1777. 138 Elevation of the principal front 

of Warley Place. 

48, Broad Street, Soho. 
111%. 120* Plan and elevation offered for 
the hospital for lunatics. 



1780. 440 Design for a screen. 

481 The ruins of the chapel at 
Greenwich Hospital after 
the fire. 

GANDY, Miss Celia (afterwards Mrs. 

Spencer) Painter. 

1 s, Percy Street. 

1826. 4S8 Hyacinths drawn from nature. 

1827. 514 Group of Foreign and English 

Grapes. 
894 Group of tulips from nature. 

1828. 590 A wreath of native flowers, 

progressively arranged as 
they blossom in each month 
of the year, with a festoon 
of exotics. 

1829. ;6o Roses from nature. 

{Sec Mrs. Spencer.) 

GANDY, Mrs. Ada Painter. 

34, Loughborough Road, 

Brixton. 
1898. 1100 John Herbert Speer, Esq. 

GANDY, Miss Hannah Painter. 

15, Percy Street. 
1829. 572 Group of flowers from nature. 

47, Foley Street. 
1833. 563 Convolvoli Majores; a study 
from nature. 

GANDY, Herbert Painter. 

63, Har ley ford Road, 

Kennington Oval. 
1879. 708 Overy Mill, Oxon. 
1881. 595 Julian and Camilla. "Now 
striding fast, and now sitting 
awhile to rest, etc." — Tenny- 
son. 
752 September. 

1883. 1115 " Aphrodite hears." 

1884. 454 Zobeide. 

1540 From the fields. 

1885. 113 The bridal eve. 

1887. 714 Rescue. 

1888. 532 "Men were deceivers ever." 

1891. 556 "Music that gentlier on the 

spirit lies Than tir'd eyelids 
upon tir'd eyes." 

1892. 226 A priestess. 
1894. 727 An impromptu. 

1 01, Chelsea Gardens, S.JV. 
1896. 632 Cupid's Garden. 

1898. 997 Solitude. 

1899. 146 Tete-a-tete. 

1900. 340 The Viking's home-coming. 

" Proud of his royal bride, 
the richer spoil." 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gandy, Herbert — contifiucd. 

1901. S34 The finding of Ophelia. 

1903. IT- The sword of Damocles. 

1904. 67 Pro Patria. 



GANDY, John Peter Architect. 

F. Gaudy, 

14, Baron's Buildings. 

1805. 763 A chapel. 

P.J. Gandy, 

22, Southampton Street. 

1806. 925 Leading to the apartments of 

the dead. 
7, King Street, London Docks. 

1807. 1070 A cortile. 

5, Barnes Place, Lambeth. 

1808. 946 Design to contain the Royal 

Academy, together with the 
Royal and Antiquarian So- 
cieties. 
1 8 10. 801 An ancient city. 
J. P. Gatidy, 

II, Neivman Street. 
1 8 14. 720 The mystic temple of Ceres at 
Eleusis in Attica, etc. 

12, Regent Street. 

1826. S78 The Tower of Waterloo, 280 

feet high, as decided on by 
the Committee of Taste, to 
be erected pursuant to the 
unanimous Vote of the 
House of Commons, etc. 
With W. Wilkins, R.A. 
984 Temple of Ptestum. 
1012 Tower of Waterloo, etc. With 
W. Wilkins, R.A. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1827. 926 Portico to Broom Hall, for the 

Earl of Elgin. 
927 Small Foundation near Stam- 
ford, founded by Mr. Fryer. 
947 Chapel, North Audley Street. 
105S Lodge at Dumfries House for 
the Marquess of Bute. 
{See John Peter Deering, R.A., vol. ii, 
pp. 291-2.) 

GANDY, Joseph M., A.R.A. 

Architect. 

At Mr. Wyatt's, 

Queen Anne Street. 
513 Design for a casino. 
579 Perspective elevation of a de- 
sign for a mausoleum. 
452 Perspective view inside of a 

bath. 
477 do. do. do. 

546 Design for a public library. 
673 do. nobleman's hall. 



,789. 
1790. 

1791. 



1792. 



1794. 565 



1795- 
1796. 
1797. 



1800. 
1801. 



1S02 



1803. 



1793. 820 Design in perspective of part 
of the inside of a museum. 
833 Design in perspective of part 
of a banqueting room. 

Rome. 
Design for the inside of a 

temple, in perspective. 
M. Gandy, at Mr. IVyatfs, 

Queen Anne Street. 
644 Design for a bath. 
768 The inside of a room. 
10S7 Inside of a mausoleum. 

J. Gandy, 18, Sherrard St., 

Golden Square. 
432 Sepulchral chamber. 
414 A temple. 
972 Design for a public library. 

7, Queen Street, Soho. 

373 Subterranean temple. The hint 

of the design is taken from 

caverns on the Lake Aver- 

nus, near Naples, etc. etc. 

911 Design for temple and bridge. 

926 Phaeton's access to the palace 
of the sun to his father. 

"The sun's bright palace, 
etc."— CwV/. 

927 Design of a gallery. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

84, Wells Street. 

1804. S41 A tomb as a beacon. 
846 A monument. 

932 A boat-house for Sir J. Legard, 
Bart., on the lake Wind- 
mere. 

958 A cenotaph. 

1805. 461 Pandemonium, or part of the 

high capital of Satan and his 
peers. '-Adungeon horrible" 
on the side of a hill, etc. — 
Paradise Lost. 

772 The new Phcenix Fire office 
and Pelican Life Insurance 
office at Charing Cross. 

S75 Design : Public bath at Lan- 
caster. 

906 The Odeum or Music School, 
etc. 

458 Roslin chapel and Castle, taken 
from actual measurement on 
the spot, etc. " O'er Roslin, 
all that dreary night, etc." 
— Lay of Last Minstrel. 

94S Design: Ballon Town, Ireland, 
for J. Marshal, Esq. 

15, Newman Street. 

1808. 314 A temple and Portico, with the 

drowning of Aristobulus, etc. 

355 The open temple and Temple 
tower of the Greeks, etc. 



1806. 



1807. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



199 



1808. 956 Storrs Hall, for J. Bolton, 
Esq. 
1 3, Bold Street^ Liverpool. 
i8og. 325 Roslyn chapel, etc. 
359 Part of seaport, etc. 

1 8 10. 397 An heroic monument, etc. 

6yS New assembly room, Liver- 
pool. 

880 Ball and Assembly rooms, etc., 
Liverpool. 

58, Greek Street, Soho. 

181 1. 301 Room, for J. Soane, Esq., 

R.A. 

814 Storrs Hall, etc. 

181 2. 805 A trophy, etc. 

815 New Senate house, Quebec. 
817 A tomb, etc. 

837 Composition of Gothic archi- 
tecture. 

S44 Composition of Grecian archi- 
tecture. 

850 ArchitecturalAntiquities. From 
J. Soane, Esq., R.A. 

181 3. 618 Melrose Abbey, etc. 

835 Architectural Composition, 

etc. 
842 Villa in Lancashire. 

51, Greek Street. 

181 5. 770 Temple of Ceres at Eleusis, 

etc. 
782 Ball room. 
799 Tomb of Merlin, etc. 
858 The oracle of Mercury, etc. 

1 8 16. 806 Persian porch, etc. 
811 Monument. 

827 Town residence for Duke of 
Wellington, etc. 

18 1 7. 903 Bridge, etc., Plat.xenses. 
905 Prison at Lancaster. 

1818. 910 Greek town. 

915 Buildings. After J. Soane, 

R.A. 
926 Tomb of Agamemnon. 

936 The Mount of Congregation, 

etc. 

937 Pagodas, etc. 

938 House at Sion Hill, Bath. 

18 19. 332 Hassan the camel driver, etc. 
351 Selim, or the shepherd's moral, 

etc. 
1027 An altar of Ceres. 
1029 House at Laytonstone. 
1 04 1 Court of Palace, etc. 
1086 Jupiter Pluvius, Lebedea, etc. 
1165 Villa near Birmingham. 

1820. 10 Approach to Greek town. 

453 Abra, or the Georgian Sultana, 
etc. 

893 Clumber for Duke of New- 
castle. 



1821. 

1822. 
1823. 

1824. 



1825. 
1826. 



828. 1026 



960 



1021 
1025 

977 
1015 



1827. 
182 
T831. 
1S32. 

1833- 

1834. 

1835- 
1836. 

1837- 
1838, 



883 



883 

884 
894 



574 A trophy and temple, etc. 
971 Temple of Diana, Isora. 
1080 Composition. After Piranesi, 
etc. 
350 The fugitives, etc. 
888 Lancaster Castle Prison. 
964 County Hall, Lancaster. 
969 Composition, near Argos, etc. 

982 Military Tower, etc. 

983 Marine do. etc. 
841 Three houses, etc. 

844 Imperial Palace for Sovereigns 
of the British Empire, etc., 
etc. 
Alterations at ChippingNorton, 
for Sir R. Bolton. 

15, Percy Street. 
Imaginary Palace, Hyde Park, 

etc. 
Houses, Vauxhall Road. 
Imaginary Palace, Hyde Park, 
etc. 
994 Billiard room, Liverpool, etc. 

935 Imaginary Palace, Hyde Park, 

etc. 

do. do. 

47, Foley Street. 
Hall of Pandemonium, etc. 
1010 Composition from Orestes. 
968 Gates of Heaven, etc. 

Ince, for H. Blundell, Esq. 

Sketch from Iphigenia, etc. 

Bridge over Chaos, etc. 

Entrance to senate house. 

026 Temple of Apollo, etc. 

918 Idea for Alexander the Great's 

tomb to Hephestion, etc. 
939 Temple of Apollo Delphi, etc. 
946 Sketch for new Senate Houses, 

etc. 
039 Architectural idea from Al- 

cestes, etc. 
929 Groups of Capitals, etc. 

936 Thirteen selected styles of 

architecture, etc. 
942 Entrance to new houses of 

Parliament, etc. 
1030 Comparative architecture, etc. 
1033 Design for auction room, etc. 
1035 British Legislative Mansions, 

etc. 
1 1 53 Cast Iron Necropolis, etc. 
1 1 65 Architecture, etc. 
1 172 Ceiling of a library, etc. 



GANDY, Michael Painter. 

I, Dorset Place, 

Church Terrace, St. Paricras. 
181 2. 467 A View during the conflagra- 
tion at Onrust and Kuper's 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gandy, Michael — continued. 

islands, in the Bay of Ba- 
tavia, on the night of the 
8th Nov., 1800. Taken on 
the spot. 

GANDY, T Painter. 

F. Gandy, 4, Porteus Terrace. 

1848. 290 Captain Sir Thomas Hastings, 

R.N., Principal storekeeper 
and member of the board of 
Ordnance. 

T. Gandy, do. 

1849. 213 The Very Rev. the Dean of 

Exeter. 
300 Oil sketch; Portrait of Miss 
Emma Lowe, daughter of 
the Dean of E.xeter. 
572 Portraits of the Misses Salweys, 
of Moor Park, Shropshire. 
49, South .Street, Park Lane. 

1853. 240 Portrait of Admiral Sir Edward 
Chetham Strode, K.C.B., 
K.C.H. 

1857. 336 Cecil Crandall, Esq., R.N. 

1859. 342 James T. Bell, Esq., late Cap- 
tain of 17 th Royal West- 
morland Militia. 

GANDY, T Architect. 

At Mr. Gandfs, 

61, Greek Street. 

1824. 970 A rough cork model of a 

church. After J. Gandy, 
A.R.A., etc. 

15, Percy Street. 

1825. 98; Cork model of St. Peter's 

Church, Shelton, etc. 

1827. 957 An idea of the Temple of the 

Furies, etc. After J. Gandy, 
A.R.A. 

1828. 1051 Design for a trophy to com- 

memorate the naval victory 
of Navarino. 

GANGALEN, Van. See V. 

GANT, James Y. Painter. 

6, Crescent Street, 

Euston Square. 

1827. 537 View of Lestormel Castle, 

Cornwall. 

54, Greek Street. 

1828. 468 Beechy Head — evening; pas- 

sengers going ashore. 

35, Union Street, Plymouth. 

1829. 416 Entranccof Plymouth Harbour 

from the grounds of the Earl 
of Mount Edgcombe. 



1832. 23 Reding Point — Entrance to 

Plymouth harbour. 

I o, Howlaiid Street. 

1833. 353 Landscape. 

1834. 888 do. 

1835. 308 Scene on the Coast of Devon- 

shire. 

1836. 1047 View on the Walkham, Devon- 

shire. 
1S37. 492 On the Avent, Devon; painted 

on the spot. 
1838. 407 View on the Tavy, near Maris- 

tow, Devonshire. 
1S39. 437 Morning; going up the Needles 

— deck of a Portsmouth 

lighter. 
1840. 246 Eton College — Evening. 

412 Interior of Ottery St. Mary 

Church, Devonshire, one of 

the oldest in England. 

GANTES, De. See D, voL ii, p. 293. 

GANZ, Henry F. W. 

Painter and Etcher. 

Clareville Grove Studios. 
1 89 1. 1580 Rustic idyll. After George 

Chester. 
1895. 1317 St. Simon Styhtes. After Frank 
Brangwyn. 

126, Harley Street, W. 

1903. 1434 A bookplate. 

1904. 655 Old water mills. 

1315 Leicester Square — dusk. 
141 2 Mills under the rampart. 

GARBE, Richard Sculptor. 

57, Dahton Lane, Dalston. 
1898. 1824 Memories; bust. 

1947 The four seasons: lady's belt; 
silver and ivory. 
1S99. 1900 Portrait of a child; bust. 

1 9 1 9 Despair of Cleopatra ; statuette, 
ivory. 
1 90 1. 1775 L'inconnue; head, marble. 
T902. 1679 A song to passing summer; 

panel, ivory. 
1904. 1-69 Serenite; relief, marble. 

GARBRAND, Caleb J Painter. 

I , Cecil Street, Strand. 

1775. 125 Portrait of a gentleman. 
126 do. young lady. 

1776. 105 do. young gentleman. 

1777. 139 Three portraits in oil. 

1778. 121 A lady in masquerade; Kit- 

cat. 
122 A philosopher; three-quarters. 
1780. 117 Portrait of a lady. 
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GARDEN, J Painter. 

5, Carbiirton Street. 
1834. 615 A portrait. 

959 Perspectivedrawingofachurch. 

GARDEN, W. F Painter. 

9, Alexander Road, Bedford. 

1882. 101 1 Autumn. 

1883. 908 Edge of a wood. 

1884. 1017 The path through the wood. 

1885. 1202 Early spring in the woods. 
1244 Winter woods. 

1886. 1 1 57 A leafy creek on the Ouse. 
1177 A hay field, Beds. 

1887. 1255 Still waters. 
1257 A Fen village. 

1298 The fringe of the wood. 
1890. 1420 On the Ouse, Beds. 

GARDENER, R. B Architect. 

Tunbridge. 
1847. 1087 Grove Ferry station on the 
Canterbury and Ramsgate 
branch of the S. E. R. Com- 
pany. 
1 172 Tunbridge Wells station for 
S. E. R. Company. 

GARDIE, A. N.... Miniature Painter. 

48, Frith Street, Soho. 
1828. 747 Portrait. 

GARDIE, L Sculptor. 

6, Ranelagli Grove. 

1850. 1409 G. Marciller, Esq. 

1424 Bust in marble of H. Wilde, 
Esq. 

59, ]Vestboi(rne Grove. 

1 85 1. 1343 Marble bust of a gentleman. 

1852. 1441 do. W. Danter. 

1853. 1355 Bust of Charles Wilkins, Esq., 

Sergeant at Law. 

1854. 1414 Marble bust of the late Duke 

of Wellington. 

GARDIE, Mrs. ... Miniature Painter. 

1828. 765 Portrait. 

GARDINER, E Architect. 

1 8 13. 863 Bellevue house. 

GARDINER, J. B Architect. 

At Air. Chapman's, 

26, ]Vor?>nvood Street. 

1803. 958 Design for a villa. 

1804. 880 The temple of Cume, etc. 

1805. 666 Design for a villa. 

1806. 808 do. lighthouse. 
III. 



1807. '/><) Designs for Public balhs. 
1025 Design for a public bath. 

1808. 944 do. villa. 

1810. 774 do. triumphal en- 

trance. 
1813. 873 Design for almshouses. 

GARDINER, Sarah Painter. 

20, Princes Street, 

Cavendish S//imre. 
1815. 752 Lillium Tygrinuni, taken from 
Mr. Salisbury's botanic gar- 
den, Sloane Street. 

GARDINER, William Nelson. 

Painter. 

132, F/eet Street. 

1787. 176 Bird fancier. 

208 St. John in the wilderness. 

1 788. 498 Gramachree Molly. From an 

Irish ballad. 
602 Edwin and Emma. From Mr. 
Mallet's Poem. 

159, Netci Bend Street. 

1792. 705 Fanny of the Dale. 
706 Death. 

708 Scene from " The Captives." 

709 do. "The Castle of 
Otranto." 

732 Molly Ashtore. 

438, Strand. 

1793. 600 The Ascension. 

713 The forsaken maid. 

GARDNER, C Painter. 

I, Portsdoum Place, Kilburn. 
1853. 515 The wrecked. 

GARDNER, Daniel Painter. 

1 1 , Cockspur Street, Pall Mall. 
1 77 1. 81 Portrait of an old man; a 
drawing. 

GARDNER, Edwin C Painter. 

56, Ambler Road, 

Finsbury Park. 
1884. 1007 Shaving Hop-poles. 
1 152 Botley, near Oxford. 
1886. 853 Spring lamb. 

GARDNER, H Architect. 

20, Bennet Street, Black/riars. 
1819. 1072 Plan of Southwark Bridge, etc. 

GARDNER, Harry R Architect. 

Arkcoll House, Hastings. 
1897. 1898 A market hall. 

148, Southfield Rd., Chiswick. 
1904. 1481 Hull school of art, etc. 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GARDNER (H. R.) and HAYES (J.). 

Architects. 

Arkcoll House, Hastings. 
1897. 1910 Clenchwarton Board School, 
Norfolk. 

GARDNER, J. L Painter. 

18, Sf. Edmond's Terrace, 

Regenfs Park. 
1880. 7 Michaelmastide. 
1882. 53 Among the water lilies. 

2, St. John's Wood Park. 
1884. 696 A breezy day on the Stour, 
Christchurch. 

1887. 712 "When the sun and tide are 

low." 

1888. 78 A backwater near Christchurch, 

Hants. 

GARDNER, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1783. 20 View of Britton Ferry, with 
part of Lord Vernon's gar- 
den, Glamorganshire. 
418 Caerphilly Castle, Glamorgan- 
shire. 

GARDNER, R. A Painter. 

Bourne, Lincolnshire. 
1902. 562 Hollyhocks. 

GARDNER, Sidney Painter. 

35, Gloucester Crescent, 

Regenfs Park. 

1899. 859 Field flowers. 

1900. 824 The seabank, Skegness. 

GARDNER, W. Biscombe. 

Painter and Wood Engraver. 

17, Collingham Place, W. 

1878. 441 On the Surrey hills above Cold- 

harbor. 

1879. 515 Thedeepdene, Dorking, Surrey. 

Thirlstone, Tower Hill, 

Dorking. 

1884. 482 On the Surrey Hills, Holm- 

bury. 
13S3 The Audience. After L.Alma- 

Tadema, R.A. 
1386 Professor Amendola at work. 

After L.Alma-Tadema, R.A. 

1885. 1593 Miss Linley and her brother. 

After T. Gainsborough, R.A. 

1716 The singing girl. After Sir F. 
Leighton, P. R.A. 

1721 Study for a picture of King 
Cophetua and the beggar- 
maid. After E. Burne-Jones. 



1885. 
1886. 



1SS7. 



1888. 



1889. 

1890. 
1891. 

1892. 

1893. 
1894. 

1896. 
1897. 
1898. 



725 



525 



526 



Sir F. 



Alma- 



1899. 1147 



A Capri girl. After 

Leighton, P.R.A. 
523 Cleopatra. After L. 

Tadema, R.A. 
"The old story." After L. 

Alma-Tadema, R.A. 
Study of a head. After C. E. 

Perugini. 

529 Graziella. After C. E. Perugini. 

530 The wheel of Fortune. After 

E. Burne-Jones, A. R.A. 

5+6 Fatima. After E. F. Brewtnall. 
559 Study of a head. After Marcus 

Stone, R.A. 
569 Little Red Riding Hood. After 

G. F. Watts, R.A. 

698 Study of a girl's head. After 

Sir F. Leighton, P.R.A. 

699 Study of a girl. After E. Burne- 

Jones, A.R.A. 

710 Portrait study. After E. F. 

Brewtnall. 

711 Always welcome. After Mrs. 

Alma-Tadema. 
Old woman, Lustleigh, Devon. 

After J. Sant, R.A. 
Well employed. After Mrs. 

Alma-Tadema. 
The fairy tale. After E. F. 

Brewtnall. 
Cowsic Valley above Two 

bridges, Dartmoor. 

Hillside, Haslemere, Surrey. 
G. F. Watts, R.A. 
715 The recording angel. After G. 

F. Watts, R.A. 
W. J. Linton, Esq. 
Professor Ruskin. 

Herkomer, R.A. 
Lord Tennyson. 
Love and Death. 

Watts, R.A. 
Alfred, Lord Tennyson. After 

G. F. Watts, R.A. 

1 1 The Devil's punch bowl, Hind- 
head, Haslemere. 
482 George Meredith, Esq., LL.D. 
After G. F. Watts, R.A. 
J. W. North, Esq., A.R.A. 
After H. Herkomer, R.A. 
12, Hind Head, Haslemere. 
An alarm. 

A priestess. After J. W. God- 
ward. 
062 Lurlei Rock, on the Rhine. 
099 Near St. Goar, on the Rhine. 
Albion Chambers, 

60, Haymarket. 
Spring — Highworth Farm, 
Charlwood. 



713 



773 



808 



692 



712 



721 
723 

592 
600 

446 



After H. 



After G. F. 



559 



450 
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1899. 1589 Christ in the house of the 

Pharisee. After F. Wilfrid 
Lawson. 

1900. 1676 Die Wilde Frau, Schlangen- 

bad, Germany. 

GARDNOR, Rev. John Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1778. 36S Two landscapes in oil. 

1779. 371 A large landscape, in oil. 
372 A small ditto. 

1780. 178 Landscape. 

1781. 7 do. . 
46 do. 

Ill do. 

226 View near Richmond. 

242 A landscape. 

423 Landscape. 



4^5 



do. 



Battersea. 



1782. 



1783- 



1784. 



1785- 



1786. 



1787. 



1788. 



35 


do. 


56 


do. 


76 


do. 


4'! 


do. 



499 Drawings in india ink. 
124 View of Guildford. 
150 Landscape. 
259 do. 
405 Drawing. 

28 View of Plaisenant near Snow- 
don, North Wales. 
69 Landscape. 

359 View from Winterhill near Mar- 
low, Bucks. 
374 View of Carisbrook Castle in 

the Isle of Wight. 
38S Landscape. 

66 View of Lancaster. 

100 Landscape in the style of the 

Lakes. 
190 ViewofConiston Lake between 

Hawkeshead and Coniston, 

Westmorland. 
374 Landscape in the style of the 

lakes. 
388 A landscape. 
400 Lowes Water, Cumberland. 
435 Force Mill. 

39 View of the seat of John Mor- 

gan, Esq., near Dulwich. 

40 View of Pierpoint Lodge, the 

seat of W. Wood, Esq. 
179 View of Careig Kennm Castle, 
near Llandilo, South Wales. 

67 View of Kilgarren Castle, South 

Wales. 
554 View of the Cavern House, 
Greenwich ; a drawing. 
1 The Castle of Rheinfels at St. 
Goar, on the Rhine. 



1788. 403 The Castle of Ober Lahnstein, 

near the River Rhine. 

1789. 94 Viewof Rowland SchcrtzCastle 

on Seidburyhill, near Bonne 
on the Rhine. 
369 View of Markbury Castle at 
Broback on the Rhine. 

1790. 419 North-east view of the Castle 

of the Cat. 

530 View of the abbey at Bingen 
on the Rhyne. 

540 View of the ruins of a church 
at Bacharah on the Rhine. 

582 View of the castle of Psaltz. 

589 View near Buttermere, Cum- 
berland. 

652 View of Tefield Castle on the 

Rhyne. 

653 East view of the Castle of the 

Cat, with a flying bridge. 

1 79 1. 48 1 View of Capelle Castle on the 

Rhine. 
495 ViewofEhrenbreitstein Castle, 
taken from Coblentz on the 
Rhine. 

526 South-west view of the Castle 

of Marxburgh at Broback 
on the Rhine. 

527 View of Reineck Castle on the 

Rhine. 

528 View of Ehrenbreitstein Castle, 

taken from Haverdorf on the 
Rhine. 
1793. 13 Trostrey forge near Aberga- 
venny, Monmouthshire. 
287 A blacksmith's shop at Aber- 
gavenny. 
686 Pencoid Castle in Monmouth- 
shire. 
759 Pontipool house, Monmouth- 
shire. 
View of Chepstow Castle. 
The seat of Thomas Hooper, 
Esq., at Ponty Goitr^, near 
Abergavenny. 
View at Grindelwald, Switzer- 
land. 
View of the lake of Lowerzer, 
Switzerland. 



GARDNOR, Richard Painter. 

At Mr. Leroux, 

Charing Cross. 

1786. 461 View of Lancaster. 

1787. 458 View at Patterdale, near Uls- 

water, Cumberland ; a draw- 
ing. 
496 View of the farm house at 
Gowborough Park, belong- 



1795- 


291 




33' 


1796. 


3'7 




323 



204 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gardnor, R 


i ch ar d — continued. 


1889. 


843 


Summer time. 






ing to the Duke of Norfolk; 


1890. 


8 


Bosom friends. 






a drawing, water colours. 


1891. 


3 


A happy pair. 


1788. 


553 


View of the forge at Force 




1 103 


Dolly's at home. 






bridge, Lancashire. 


1892. 


660 


A bit of a yarn. 




578 


View of Cockshut-hill, Keswick 






Chyoone Grove, Paul, Penzance. 






Lake, Cumberland. 


1896. 


424 


A trial trip. 






34, Duke Street, 




581 


Miserable sinners. 






St. James's Square. 




895 


Strangers and pilgrims. 


1790. 


486 


View of Ditsun on the River 


1897. 


58 


A naughty girl. 






Dart. 




746 Day dreams. 


1791. 


53> 


View of Dartmouth Castle, 




1039 


Rivals. 






Devonshire. 


1900. 


900 


A little Duke. 


1792. 


649 


A landscape. 


1901. 


384 


" Good-bye, sweetheart ! " 


1793- 


583 


do. 














GARLAND, H Sculptor. 


GARE 


G. 


Miniature Painter. 






5, King Street, Chelsea. 




(An 


Honorary Exhibitor.) 


1867. 


1172 


Miss C. Evans. 


1802. 


747 


Mr. Watling. 


1868. 


1191 


Portrait of a child. 


1804. 


709 


A frame containing the por- 


1870. 


1050 


Bust of a girl. 






traits of Mr. Daudy, a 


1873- 


1442 


Spring; marble bust. 






gentleman, and Mrs. Lewis. 


1878. 


1422 


Euphrosyne; bust, marble. 


1805. 


396 


Mr. W. Gare. 








1807. 


800 


Portrait of a gentleman. 


GARLAND, Henry Painter. 






15, Denmark Court, Strand. 






2, Pride Cottage, 


1808. 


694 


Mr. Pulling. 






Downharn Road, 




765 


Miss Wood. 






Kingsland. 






14, Fountain Court. 


1854. 


940 


The Pets. 


1809. 


599 


Portrait of a gendeman. 






31, Culford Road, Kitigsland. 


1810. 


587 


Mr. J. Jackson. 


i860. 


496 


On duty. 


iSii. 


672 


Miss J. Mead. 


1861. 


527 


Praying for father's return. 


1813. 


53° 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




653 


Anxious moments. 


1818. 


636 


Mr. Dyer. 






94, St. PauPs Road, N. IV. 








1862. 


474 


Football. 


GARLAND, Charles Trevor. 


1863. 


3°3 


Landscape — Autumn. 






Painter. 


1865. 


356 


Members of the Humane 






37, Coleherne Terrace. 






Society. 


iS75- 


13S 


" In heart thrilling meditation 


1S66. 


3S9 Mag and the Magpie. 






lost." 






75, Potshull Street, N. IV. 


1876. 


70 


Sunny days. 


1868. 


435 


The silver spoon and the 


1877. 


59 


\\\ disgrace. 






wooden ladle. 




39S 


"Are you ready?" 


1870. 


160 


Turning the drove. 




4S1 


Chrysanthemums. 




182 


Highland Cattle going south. 






43, Tulse Hill. 


1871. 


'7' 


Game of four corners. 


1S78. 


3'i 


Daisies. 

25, Rue Httmboldt, Paris. 




•'55 


A Border foray. " They sought 
the beeves that made their 


1879. 


IOI4 


A little breadwinner. 






broth, etc." 




1032 


A forlorn hope. 
51, Wanvick Road, 






3, Woolfield Terrace, 

Harro'co Road. 






EarVs Court. 


1873- 


549 


Collecting cattle in the High- 


1S81. 


544 


The naughty boy. 






lands. 


1882. 


1 53 1 


Birds of Passage. 


1S74. 


191 


Crossing the ford. 






71, Eardley Crescent. 




'99 


Highland landscape. 


1885. 


785 


Good-bye, sweetheart ! 


1875- 


465 


A game of four corners. 




1035 


Doddy and her pets: portrait 


1876. 


89 


The end of the chase. 






of tiie daughter of J. Rolls 


1877. 


7 


Highland drove. 






Hoare, Esq. 




264 Sport in the Highlands. 


1SS8. 


214 


Innocence. 


1880. 


444 


Landing sheep in the High- 




434 


Cupid's birthday: Miss Gladys 






lands. 






R. Hoarc and her pony. 




575 


Left in charge. 



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1880. 582 After work. 

1 88 1. 109 A cool retreat. 

372 In charge of the drove. 
1883. 160 A boat builder's shop. 
cjo R. Afi/ner, 

IVesl End Lane, 

Hampstead. 

1885. 404 Waiting for a breeze — South- 

wold. 
413 First for the ferry. 

1 00, Fellowes Road. 

1886. 541 Sea side slaves. 
607 Village Gossips. 

Winifred Villa, 

Station Road, Leatherhead. 
1889. 596 Anxious moments. 
i8go. 98S The shepherd's charge. 

GARLAND, R Architect. 

13, Graf s Inn Terrace. 

1826. 926 Sketch for a nobleman's resid- 

ence. 

1827. 1046 View of Westminster Abbey. 

9, Sidmauth Place. 
1829. 1054 Entrance to an archbishop's 

palace. 
1 83 1. 1068 North porch, Redclifif church, 

Bristol. 

GARLAND, Valentine Thomas. 

Painter. 

T. IV. Garland, /unr., 

Winchester. 
1868. 436 Trout fresh from the stream. 
25, Charlotte Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
187 1. 540 The model turned critic. 
T. V. Garland, 

5 , Northgate Place, 

Winchester. 

1873. 603 Forty winks. 
604 Purity. 

1874. 311 Fresh from the stream. 
730 Tending the young. 

15, London Street. 

1875. 571 A bit of a cottage, Devon- 

shire. 
5, Northgate Place, Winchester. 
1877. 102 Repose. 
1879. r4o8 A farm near Winchester. 

St. Valery, Winchester. 
1884. 531 A British Workman. 

1888. 826 A bad look out. 

1889. 860 Great Expectations. 
1891. 763 Her pride and her plague. 
1894. 706 Idle time. 

1898. 108 " Home, sweet home! " 
1900. 823 My ain fireside. 

850 Taking it easy. 

866 Comfortably kennelled. 



1900. 873 Dolce far nicnte. 

903 My custom always, in the 
afternoon. 

1 90 1. 195 A rising generation. 

Rose Cottage, Kingsworthy, 

Winchester. 

1902. 643 Dreamland. 

650 The sunshine of life. 

1903. 106 The Age of Innocence. 

GARLAND, William Painter. 

Winchester. 
1857. 403 Portrait of a young lady. 

I, Lajvn Arcade, Winchester. 
1859. 197 "Lady bird, lady bird, fly away 
home." 
17, St. James Villas, 

Winchester. 
1862. 223 The last of the nest. 
5, Northgate Terrace, 

Winchester. 
1873. 783 A thankful heart. 

GARLICK, PARK, and SYKES. 

Architects. 

33, Winklcy Sijuare, Preston. 
1878. 1046 Office for Preston Gas Com- 
pany. 

GARLING, H Architect. 

Little James St., Bedford Ro^u. 
1820. 1002 Corn market, etc., Guildford. 
1822. 913 Norfolk County Jail. 
1833. 1093 Lodge at Melckbourne Park, 
Beds, seat of Lord St. John. 
1846. 121 1 Design. 

GARLING, Henry Bayly.. .Architect. 

27, Bedford Row. 

1842. 1153 Design for a theatre. 

1844. iio3 Music Hall and Royal Academy 

of Music. Aicarded Gold 

Medal of the Royal Academy. 

1173 do. do. 

1849. 1107 Small Pox Hospital, Highgate. 

1850. 1217 Fagade of the National Gallery, 

etc. 
1853. 1124 Decoration, Exeter Hall. 
1858. 1035 The New War Offices, etc. 

7, Bedford Roiv. 
1S75. 962 Premises, Aldersgate Street, for 
Charles Maw, Esq. 
25, Clifton Crescent, Folkestone. 

1899. 1S64 Fa(;ade of New War office. 

GARMAN, Miss Mabel Painter. 

Great Barr, Birmingham. 

1900. 1473 Study of an Arab's head. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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GARNER, Thomas Architect. 

7, Gray's Inn Square. 
18S7. 1629 Cathedral at Liverpool. 
1890. 1759 Reredos, St. Paul's Cathedral. 

1892. 1629 Hawaii Grange, etc. 
1897. 1755 House at Hampstead. 

1SS2 Monument to Bishop Durnford 
in Chichester Cathedral. 

GARNERY Painter. 

18, Davies Street, 

Berkeley Square. 
1785. 198 Portrait of a lady. 
401 Portrait. 
404 Portrait of a gentleman. 

GARNETT, Alfred Payne... Painter. 

8, Chapel Studios, 

Bushey, Herts. 
1896. 1078 The old quarry. 

2, Wychcombe Studios, 

England's Lane. 
1904. 78S The enchanted valley. 

GARNETT, Miss Frances. 

Miniature Painter. 

The Glen, Beaumont, Jersey. 
1904. 1 1 76 Elizabeth. 

GARNETT, R Architect. 

At Middleton and Bailey's, 

Lambeth. 

1808. 843 Design for a temple. 

1809. 736 Design for a mausoleum. 

1810. 695 Entrance to a place of pubHc 

amusement. 

181 1. 876 Design for a mausoleum. 

GARNETT, Miss Ruth Painter. 

18, Bolton Studios. 

1893. 1004 La Mere Manon. 

1014 " Who so happy as I? " 

1894. 1057 Waiting for father's bus. 
1896. 162 La legon de grand'mere. 

1902. 490 Sir Robert Head, Bart. 
762 The tyrant of the family. 

1903. 466 Gwendolen, daughter of the 

late Captain G. Sutherland 
Morris. 

GARNHAM, G. R Painter. 

26, Holland Villas, Kensington. 
1878. 477 Afternoon on the Downs. 

704 Sunset on the Downs, Sussex. 

GARRARD, Charles Sculptor. 

1 816. 921 Bust of a youth. 

4, Queen's Buildings, Brampton. 

18 1 7. 1017 Bust of a young lady. 
1026 do. do. 



1818. 1051 Bust of the late Mr. Raymond 

of Drury Lane Theatre. 
1064 Bust of a young lady. 
1067 do. gentleman. 
II 13 Study for Ecce Homo, etc. 

1819. 1244 Model of a bust of Mr. Clift, 

of the Royal Collage of 
Surgeons. 

1820. 1068 Bust of a young lady. 

1821. 1098 do. do. 

1 145 Model for a bust of A. Mitchell, 
Esq. 

1822. 995 Model of the Infant St. John, 

the idea taken from a pic- 
ture by Sir J. Reynolds. 
1015 Bust of Miss Cooke. 

1823. 1074 do. a lady. 

1 1 29 do. Peter Coxe, Esq. 

1824. 984 Sketch in clay, in memory of a 

lady in the costume of 

Minerva. 
1826. 1027 Emma Whitbraad Battye, 

daughter of Charles Battye, 

Esq. 
1105 Bust of J. Watts, Esq. 
1829. 1 140 Model for a bronze equestrian 

statue of His late Royal 

Highness the Duke of York. 

GARRARD, E Painter. 

Knightsbridge. 
1793. 226 A Yarmouth Cart with a view 
of Yarmouth. 
234 Portrait of a horse. 
331 Portrait of Saltram. 
341 Sheepshearing at Aston Clin- 
ton in Buckinghamshire. 
525 Simta Sacchus, Lion. Syst. 
Nat., p. 40. 
{There are three otJier numbers put to 
E- Garrard in the index, but they are by 
G. Garrard in the catalogue. I believe all 
the above are by the latter, put E. by a 
misprint.) 

GARRARD, George, A.R.A. 

Painter and Sculptor. 

At Mr. Gilpin's, Knightsbridge. 
i78r. 366 Two horses. 

At Mr. Walton's, 
Half Moon Street, Piccadilly. 

1783. 68 Portrait of a Friazland mare 

and Newfoundland dog. 
184 Portrait of a gentleman and his 

horse. 
211 Portrait of a dog. 

1784. 29 View of a brewhouso yard. 

( Whitbr cad's.) 
40 Portrait of a poney and dog. 
141 do. mare. 



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207 



1784. 487 Sketcli for a hunting piece. 

1786. I Portrait of a nobleman on a 

trotting horse. {Duke of 

Hamilton.) 
14 View of Hamilton palace. 
28 Portraits of horses at a farrier's 

shop. 
137 View of Inverary, in Argyle- 

shire, the seat of the Duke 

of Argyle. 
424 Portrait of a racehorse, the 

property of the Duke of 

Haniilton. 

44, Curzon Street, Alayfair. 

1787. 34 Portraits of a horse and dog. 
385 View of Inverary Castle in 

Argyleshire, the seat of his 
Grace the Duke of Argyle. 
At Mr. IFood's, Knightsbridge. 
17S8. 9 Going out in the morning. 
40 Portraits of dogs. 
1 14 Portrait of Horses. 
216 do. a Suffolk-bred horse 

grown shagged with age. 
310 Portrait of a horse in miniature. 
31S do. do. do. 

432 Portrait of a horse. 

7, Hertford Street, Mayfair. 

1789. 46 View in a brew-house yard. 

{Mr. Whitbread's.) 
55 Portrait of a hound returning 
from chace. 

189 Portrait of a gentleman and 
poney. 

205 Portraits of horses, with a view 
of Burley, near Otley, York- 
shire, the seat of P. Mosley, 
Esq. 

Knightsbridge. 

1790. 90 Portrait of a horse. 

123 Portraits of a gentleman and 
a grey horse. 

408 Portraits of coach horses. 

409 do. horses. 

1793. 3 A snow piece. 

6 View of a gentleman's seat in 

Hertfordshire. 
28 View in Tring Park, Herts. 
30 Mares and foals from H.R.H. 

the Prince of Wales's stud. 
104 View of a gentleman's seat in 

Hertfordshire. 
408 Portrait of a bull dog. 

1794. 73 Portraits of mares and foals. 
91 do. do. do. 

123 The Zebu or Cow of Bengal. 
153 Portrait of a poney. 
273 do. mare, the pro- 

perty of Sir John Dashwood. 

1795. 205 Portraits of horses. 



1795. 240 



1796. 



1797. 



259 

678 
684 

75 
146 
203 

222 
283 

795 
796 

817 



7 
69 

225 
236 
263 

272 
3.8 

1 1 12 
1125 
1 176 

"77 
1184 

1192 



1798. 975 
1048 

1049 

1799- 7 

38 



270 
982 



1 109 



53' 



A park scene at Witham, 
Essex. 

Camels. 

Model of a bull. 
do. Cow. 

The lime works at Purflect. 

Portrait of Hamblctonian. 
do. Cavendish, 
do. Benningbrough. 

A wharf near London bridge. 

Model of the Nil Gaw Antilope 
from the East Indies. 

Model of reindeer from Lap- 
land. 

Model of common sheep, 
do. a large draft horse. 

Tablet for a chimney piece. 

Portrait of horses. 

do. a bull-bitch and 
puppies. 

A stable yard. 

View in Woolmer Park, Herts, 
do. Bedwell Park, do. 

Portraits of two old men. 

Portrait of a fat Holderness 
heifer. 

Model of a cow and calf. 

Group of Pugilists. 

Model of an equestrian statue. 

Group of lambs. 

Model of a stag from the banks 
of the Ganges. 

Bust of an infant. 

40, Portman Square, 

Paddington. 

Model of a pointer, the pro- 
perty of Sir Charles Turner. 

Bass-relief; Duncan's horses, 
from a sketch by Mr. Gilpin. 
" A thing most strange and 
certain, etc." — Macbeth. 

Bass-relief; a lion, lioness and 
whelps. 

Portrait of a coach horse. 

Portrait of Whiskey, the pro- 
perty of J. H. Durand, 
Esq. 

A stable yard. 

The Bison and Jebu of Asia, 
scale 2\ inch to the foot. 

The Irish pig, 4 feet 2 inches 
high, and a Berkshire hog, 
2 feet 10 inches high, 23- 
inch to the foot. 

Nessus and Dejanira. 

Alexander and Bucephalus. 

Portraits of two horses. 

A portrait of a horse. 

Portrait of a horse. 

Fighting Bulls. 



208 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Garrard, George, A.R.A.—contimicd. 


1805. 


S03 


1800. 


1091 


A Norway elk pursued by 
wolves. 




810 
811 






(Elected A.R.A.) 


1806. 


8.5 






28, George Street, 




85. 






Hanover Square. 


1S07. 


1082 


1801. 


S96 


Bust of a young lady. 








904 


A group of Holderness cattle: 
the bull, cow, and ox, taken 
from the King's stock at 
Windsor. 




1084 
1097 
1099 




911 


A statue of an infant reclined 
on a matrass, the son of Sir 
J. jMildmay. 




1 100 
1 104 


1802. 


Si 
312 


A view in the Highlands of 

Scotland. 
A tyger, from nature. 


1S08. 


869 

877 




765 


A peasant attacked by wolves 
in the snow. 




884 


1803. 


901 
1019 


A bust of A. Young, Esq. 
do. P. Cox, Esq. 








1022 


do. B. West, Esq., Pre- 
siden t of the Royal Academy. 




9S8 




1023 


A bust of H. Holland, Esq. 




989 




1026 


do. the late Earl of Fau- 
conberg. 




99+ 


1804. 


89 


Portrait of a Southdown Ram, 










from the Duke of Bedford's 


1809. 


760 



1805. 69S 



stock at Woburn Abbey. 

Portraits of two Hereford oxen 
which obtained prizes at 
Smithfield. 

Portraits of the Durham Ox 
and Mr. Coates's short- 
horned Cow. 

View from the east end of the 
inner court of Burghley 
house, the seat of the Mar- 
quis of Exeter. 

Bust of the Rev. Dr. Willis, 
D.D. 

Bust of Lord Somerville. 
do. S. Whitbread, Esq. 
do. J. Heaviside, Esq. 
do. Sir J. Banks, K.B. 
959 Marble bust of A. Young, Esq., 
Secretary to the Board of 
Agriculture. 

Alto - relief. " The wanton 
courser thus with reins un- 
bound. Breaks from his 
stall, etc. "—iV'-f '"Homer." 

Alto-relief. "As when some 
huntsman with a flying spear, 
etc. "--TV'-*' ''Homer." 
780 A bust of the late Rev. Mr. 
Gilpin, Vicar of Boldre. 
bust of Mr. A. Newland, 
chief Cashier of the Bank 
of England, 



264 



275 



539 



839 

856 
933 
935 
952 



703 



787 A 



768 
862 



876 

S80 
882 

1810. 720 
727 
873 
897 
898 

1811. 901 

903 
906 



A bust of Mr. Fullar. 
do. Major Batten, 
do. T. W. Coke, Esq. 

Bust of S. Gilpin, Esq., R.A. 
do. a lady. 

do. the late Rt. Hon. W. 
Pitt. 

Bust of a young lady. 
do. Earl St. Vincent, 
do. the late Rt. Hon. C. J. 
Fox. 

Bust of the Rt. Hon. J. Fos- 
ter. 

Bust of J. C. Curran, Esq. 

Model for a bust of a lady. 

Sketch in clay: The death of 
Adonis, etc. 

Model for a bust of V. Green, 
A.R.A., and keeper of the 
Gallery of the British Insti- 
tution. 

A Bust in marble of the late 
Rt. Hon. Wm. Pitt. 

A bust in marble of J. C. Cur- 
wen, Esq., M.P. 

Model for a bust of the late 
Mr. Pugett. 

A model for a statue of the 
late Rt. Hon. William Pitt, 
in the Master of Arts gown, 
made at the request of the 
Cambridge Committee. 

Bust of a lady. 

Model for a bust of the Rt. 
Honble. William Pitt in the 
robes of the Chancellor of 
the Exchequer. 

Model for a bust of the late 
Capt. Thompson, Cold- 
stream regiment of Guards. 

Model for a bust of H. Ashby, 
Esq. 

Model for a bust of the Rev. 
T. Fry, A.M. 

A model for a bust of H. Rep- 
ton, Esq. 

A model for a bust of Dr. 
S. H. Jackson. 

A model for a bust of T. Tom- 
kins, Esq. 

A model for a bust of W. Wil- 
berforce, Esq., M.P. 

A model for a bust of S. Whit- 
bread, Esq., M.P. 

Model for a bust of W. Adam, 
Esq. 

Model for a bust of a lady. 

Model for an equestrian statue 
of Sir J. Moore leading to 
action in tlic battle of Cor- 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



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unna, to be executed in 
metal for S. \\'hitbread, Esq. 

181 1. 927. Study for an equestrian statue 

of His Majesty, proposed as 
a design to commemorate 
the Jubilee. 

933 Model for a bust of the Rt. 

Hon. Sir J. Sinclair, Bart. 

934 Model for a lion executed for 

the West front of Woburn 
Abbey. 

935 Model for a bust of a youth. 
942 do.. statue of His Ma- 
jesty. 

1812. 895 Model for a bust of a gentle- 

man. 

90s A medallion of Their Graces 
the Duke and Duchess of 
Bedford. 

907 A casecontainingthree Bronzes 
to press letters: a favourite 
terrier, the property of Lady 
E. Whitbread ; a bull-dog, 
the property of the Hon. 
R. P. D. Burrell; and a 
greyhound, the crest of the 
Duke of Newcastle. 

91S Model of a true bred bull- 
bitch, the size of life, the 
property of the Hon. R. P. 
D. Burrell. 

925 Model for a bust of General 
Tarleton. 

929 A bronze of Sir J. Moore. 
Executed for S. Whitbread, 
Esq. 

940 A medallion of Mr. Cribb, the 
British Champion. 

1813. 70 Colonel Beaumont, M.P. for 

the County of Northumber- 
land. 
81 Rev. Mr. Hutton, with a View 
of Houghton Hall at Hough- 
ton-le-Spring, Co. Durham. 

914 A glass case, containing three 

models: a favourite dog, the 
property of Mrs. Baker, of 
Elemore Hall, Durham. 
Ditto, the property of Miss 
Foljambe of Osberton ; to 
be cast in metal for letter 
pressers ; and a model of a 
horse, recumbent, lately cast 
in silver. 

915 A Boa serpent crushing a 

tiger ; a study for a bas- 
relief executed for James 
Wheeler, Esq. 
922 Model for a bust of a young 
lady. 
III. 



1813. 929 Model for a bust of R. B. 

Sheridan, Esfj. 
23, Old Bond Street, and 
4, Qiieeti^s Builditti^s, 

Knighlsbridge. 

1814. 756 Bust of a young lady. 

757 Boxers: taken from a point of 
time in a late celebrated 
combat between the Cham- 
pion and the Black. 

765 Bust of an infant. 

1815. 2SS Portraits of Persian Horses and 

a Spanish sheep-dog, the pro- 
perty of Earl Percy. 

874 Model for a bust of Lord 
Lascelles. 

877 The fall of Phaeton; model for 
a salver. 

879 Model for a bust of Prince 
Hoare, Esq., secretary for 
Foreign Correspondence to 
the Royal Academy. 

88; Model for a bust of Sir T. 
Frankland, Bart. 

887 Model for a bust of the Hon. 
Miss Lascelles; modelled in 
1813. 

S93 Model for a bust of Sir J. 
Gilpin, M.D., late Inspector- 
General of the fortress of 
Gibraltar. 

897 Model for a bust of the Duke 

of Wellington in his Mar- 
shal's uniform. Executed at 
the instance of a Committee 
of Gentlemen subscribers to 
a proposed equestrian statue 
of His Grace. This cast is 
prepared for Her Majesty's 
apartments at Windsor. 

898 Model for a bust of a gentle- 

man. 

1816. 922 do. do. 

933 A model; being a design for a 

statue. 
936 Model for a bust of W. Wil- 

shire, Esq. 
939 Model for a monumental bust 

of the late S. Whitbread, 

Esq. 
947 Bust of His Grace the Duke of 

Wellington. 

1 81 7. 28 Portrait of the late H. Holland, 

Esq., architect, with a View 
of Hans Place. 
416 Portrait of Sir A. Corbet, 

Bart. 
1020 Medallion of a lady. From a 
sketch made before her 
death. 

E E 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Garrard, George, A.J^.A. — continued. 
1817. 1035 Model for a bust of an artist. 

10+2 Model of Comet, a celebrated 
improved short-horned bull, 
•.vhich sold at the sale for 
1,000 guineas. 

1054 Study of a monumental bust of 
a young lady. Taken from 
a cast made from her face 
after her death. 

1076 Model of a bull calf of the im- 
proved short-horned breed, 
six months old, the property 
of the Rev. J. Powell, Lec- 
turer on Agriculture in the 
University of Cambridge. 
iSiS. 555 View of Alnwick Castle, the 
seat of the Duke of North- 
umberland, with an Indian 
Cow and a groupe of half- 
bred Scotch Highland Cattle 
in the foreground. 
571 The Wapiti or large red deer 
of America. In possession 
of Lord James Murray. 

1053 Model for an equestrian statue 
of the Duke of Wellington. 

The trophies which support the 
group are composed of the Im- 
perial crown, the cuirass deco- 
rated with the Legion of Honour 
and belted with the late immortal 
N, the royal mantle and other 
insignia of mock imperial state 
torn from the usurper Napoleon 
in the battle of Waterloo. From 
beneath this m.iss of fallen great- 
ness a reptile is discovered wreath- 
ing in its uncertain path. The 
pedestal represents the progress of 
the military services and honours 
of the Duke of Wellington from 
the year 1793 to the ever-memor- 
able iSth June, 1S15. This cast 
is prepared for H.R. H. the Com- 
mander-in-Chief. 

1091 A model of a bust of H.R.H. 

the late Princess Charlotte. 

1S19. 1230 Model for a bust of the Rev. 

W. Coxe, M.A., F.R.S., 

F.S.A., archdeacon of Wilts. 

1239 Bas-relief of a bull. From an 
antique gem, executed in the 
Green house at Woburn 
Abbey. 

1241 Model in clay of a design for a 

public monument. 

1242 Model in clay — Victory and 

Fame; a design for a public 
monument. 
1820. loii A Model for an Eijuestrian 
statue to commemorate the 
downfall of Usurpation. 



Offered to the Town of 
Brighthelmston. 
1820. 1056 A small bust in bronze of the 
Duke of Wellington. 
1058 A bust in bronze, being part of 
a small statue in memory of 
the late Sam Whitbread, 
Esq. 

1824. 22 Portraits of a grey horse and 

dogs, the property of R. 
Westenra, Esq., M.P. 
69 Portrait of a celebrated grey- 
hound, the property of 
Edward Ellice, Esq., M.P. 

255 View in the pleasure grounds 
of Craven Lodge. 

337 Portrait of a favourite poney, 
the property of Lady 
Hannah Ellice (preparing 
for a fishing party). 

847 The interior of Craven Cottage, 
built by the late Walsh Por- 
ter, painted for William 
Dobree, Esq. 

994 Model in clay for a bust of 

Joseph Barrett, Esq. 
1C36 Model for a bust for General 
Mina. 

1825. 240 A stable yard: putting a pair 

of horses to a barouche. 

243 A sunset View of the lime 

works at Purfleet, the river 

Thames and London in the 

distance. 
257 The late celebrated horse 

Eclipse, painted at Colonel 

O'Kelly's stables at Epsom 

in 1787, and finished in 

1824. 
392 View in Osterley Park — 

evening. 
994 Design for Gothic truss, in 

which the busts of a lady 

and her seven daughters are 

given. 
1006 Model of a bust of Master 

Lane Fox. 
1018 Model of a bust for Miss Lane 

Fox. 
1045 A small bronze bust of a 

gentleman. 

1826. 196 Sheep shearing. "Some ming- 

ling stir the tar, etc." — 
Thomson. 

244 A View in Sandwell Park, the 

scat of the Earl of Dart- 
mouth. 

246 Portrait of a horse. 

327 Four studies from the Marquis 
of Exeter's celebrated high 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



21 I 



bred mare, Augusta, pre- 
paratory to the making a 
piece of sculpture. 
1826. 1073 Model for a bust of a lady. 

1077 Model for a bust of Mrs. Lane 

Fo.x. 
1081 Small bronze bust of a gentle- 
man. 
10S4 Small bronze bust of a lady. 
{^Garrard does not seem to have prac- 
tised sculpture until 1795. His works 
in this branch of art are in all cases the 
higher catalogue numbers of each year.) 

GARRARD, R. H., Junr. ... Painter. 

4, Queen's Buildings, 

Knightsbridge. 
1 8 14. 66 Portrait of a well-known hun- 
ter bred near Worcester, the 
property of S. Shepherd, 
Esq. 

GARRARD, T Painter. 

Beckford Place. 
1809. 13 Interior of a bakehouse. 

GARRATT, Arthur Painter. 

12, Grove Park Gardens, 

Chiswick. 
1899. 1575 "To be merry. Let's now take 
our time, While we're in our 
prime." 
27, As/nuorth Mansions, 
Elgin Avenue, 

Maida Vale. 
I goo. 1587 Wounded men at Wynberg, 
South Africa : a shady 
corner. 
1601 Veterans reading the war 
news in Chelsea Hospital. 
1901. 14 The King's Yeoman. 

GARRATT, Thomas Architect. 

112, Percy Road, IF. 

1S89. 1858 Offices, Wood Street, North- 
ampton. 

1890. 1791 Hall in house at Windsor. 

1892. 1741 St. Bride Foundation Insti- 
tute. 

GARRATT, William Painter. 

king's Parade, Chelsea. 
1828. 286 Priory Church and mill, Christ- 
church, Hants. 
581 Christchurch, Haven, Hants. 

GARRAWAY, G. Hervey ... Painter. 

46, Patshull Road, 

Kentish Town. 
1872. 329 The Breton beggars. 



57, Bold Street, Liverpool. 
1873. 284 A Lyonnais beggar and his 
daughter travelling through 
Brittany. 
1877. 928 A Liverpool street. 

10, Eversley Street, Liverpool. 
i8gi. 720 Carmen. 

GARRETT, W Architect. 

Southampton Office, 

Pitzroy .'Square. 
1844. 123S Pair of Italian Villas, Regent's 
Park. 

GARRIE, R Painter. 

S3, Frederick St., Gray^s Inn. 
1865. 290 Moorland. 

GARRY, John H Architect. 

30, Torrington Si/uare. 
1900. 1716 Offices, A\'est Hartlepool. 

GARSIDE, Oswald Painter. 

I, White Hart Lane, Barnes. 

1902. 987 Whitley Reed. 
999 Aviso. 

1903. 862 The black horse. 

1904. 9S9 Bas-Meudon. 

GARSTIN, Norman Painter. 

Hotel St. Malo, Paris. 
18S3. 615 rhilomene. 

10, Oxmantown, Birr, Ireland. 
18S5. 530 Sunshine and blossom — Ven- 
ice. 
673 "Che belle fiori!" 
1886. 601 In a weary land. 

Neivlyti, Penzance. 
1888. 474 Progress and poverty. 
1890. 543 A stranger. 

1892. 964 Her signal. 
971 The cotillon. 

1893. 412 Portrait of a boy. 

Wellington Terrace, Penzance. 

1895. 616 The last dance. 

1896. 682 The Scarlet letter. 

1898. 45 Danger. 

203 The piece of silver that was 
lost. 

1899. 42 Denys Garstin. 

1900. 554 The rose and the ring. 
1904. 306 The 'prentice. 

GARTH, B Painter. 

26, Bell Street, Paddington. 
1796. 324 View near Wilsdon. 
1797- 577 Redlet, Herts, on the road to 

Tolestree. 
742 South East View of Abbots 

Langley chureh. 



212 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Garth, B. — continued. 



1799. 



1800. 



765 View near Newcastle. 
3S6 do. Chislet, Kent. 
875 do. Hearne Bay, Kent. 
292, Rotherhithe Wall., Surrey. 
326 View of Beltinge Green, Kent. 
667 View from nature. 



GARTSIDE, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1781. 47S A botanical drawing. 
4S3 do. do. 

484 do. do. 

GARVEY, Miss Clara Painter. 

31, ]\Iatliam Grove, 

East Duhvich. 
1 88 7. 793 An old man's friends. 

24, St. Augustin's Road, N. JV. 
18S9. 360 Primulas. 



GARVEY, Edmund, R.A. 

1769 



39 
40 



41 



42 
43 



1770. 



9^ 



93 



[771. 



[772. 



1773- 



Painter. 

BatA. 
A View of Rome. 
A Waterfall near Chamber! in 

Savoy. 
A View from Piercefield, the 

seat of Val. Morris, Esq. 
Another view of the same place. 
A View of Tinton Abbey in 

Wales; water colours. 
44. A Waterfall in the Alps; water 

colours. 

90 A South-west view of Oxford. 

91 A View from the grand Char- 
treuse in Dauphine. 

A ditto near Rivoli in the 

Alps; half-length. 
A ditto near St. Michaels in 

the Alps; Kit-cat. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
A View near Rome. 

do. of a gentleman's seat. 

do. of the Lake Albano — 

morning. 

85 Its Companion — evening. 

86 The overflowing of an old mill. 
Its companion. 
A View of a gentleman's seat 

and part of a town. 

A View of Oxford, from the 
Henley Road; Kit-cat. 

Tintern Abbey in Monmouth- 
shire. 

The lake of Nemi. 

The River Po near Turin. 

A View from the island of Port- 
land. 



1773. 109 



8i 
84 



87 
88 



103 
loS 



110 
1 1 1 



"3 



1774- 93 
9+ 



95 
96 



97 
98 



99 

100 

1775. 127 
128 
129 
130 
131 

1776. 106 

107 
loS 

109 



1 1 1 

1 12 

1777- >4° 



141 

142 



■43 

■44 

1778. 123 

124 

1779. 104 
105 



A land storm. 

A View of rocks, etc. 

do. the Waterfall of 

Tivoli. 
A View near Rome. 
Its companion. 
At Bath, and at 

Air. Boyle's, Carver, 

Great Fulteney Street. 
A View of Exmouth in Devon- 
shire. 
Ditto of a flood, with a bridge 

broken down thereby as it 

happened near Bath last 

March. 
A View taken near Marino, 
do. of the tomb of the 

Horatii and Curiatii. 
Ditto, its companion. 
Ditto, a waterfall at Hester- 
combe, the seat of C. W. 

Bampfylde, Esq. 
Ditto of rocks, etc., near Pia- 

more, Devonshire. 
Ditto of Torbay. 
A View of Torbay, Devonshire. 
Ditto of Rocks near Bath. 
A sunset. 
A moon light. 

A View near Bath; small oval, 
do. of the Bristol hot-well 

house and St. Vincent's rock. 
Ditto of ditto, taken near the 

Ferry. 
Ditto of rocks called Hare 

Hole, near Lullworth Castle, 

the seat of Edward Wild, 

Esq. 
Ditto of ditto, called Barns 

Door. 
Ditto on Portland Island, near 

the cliapel. 
The lake of Nemi. 
Two small views. 
A View of Mereworth Castle in 

Kent, a seat belongiug to 

Lord Despencer. 
A View of Margate in Kent. 
Ditto of Conway Castle in 

North Wales, a seat of the 

Earl of Hertford. 
A landscape; oval. 
A snow piece, its companion. 
9, Boiv Street, Covcnt Garden. 
A View from Albano towards 

Rome. 
A View of Bath. 
A landscape. 
A View of Ragland Castle, 

South Wales. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



213 



1779- 


106 


A View of Oxford from Hinsey 


1788. 


80 View of a nobleman's house. 






fields. 






Devonshire. 




107 


Ditto near Turin. 




.6; 


View in Switzerland on Mount 


1781. 


7+ 


View of the Rliine. 






Gothard. 




84 


do. lake of Geneva — 


1789. 


10 


View near Rome. 






moonlight. 




■5 


View near Marino. 




93 


View on the Rhine. 




66 


View of the Rhine, near St. 




203 


View of a ruin near Chamber!, 






(joar. 






Savoy. 




99 


do. do. do. 


1782. 


7' 


View of a bridge at St. Maurice 


1790. 


217 


do. do. do. 






dividing the canton of Berne 




277 


View of Plymouth Dock from 






and Valois. 






Mount Edgcombe. 




191 


View of part of the level valley 


I 791. 


201 


View on the Rhine, near Popard. 






of ice with the Talefre, etc., 




276 


View of Conway Castle, North 






from Montanvert. 






Wales. 




Z48 


View of the Grand St. Bernard 






1 0, Newport Street. 






in Valois. 


1794. 


59 


A View of the Lake Albano. 




378 


View of the Devil's bridge over 
the Russ, St. Gothard. 




81 


The fountain of Egeria, near 
Rome. 




389 


View of the Rhine. 




103 


A view of Rome. 




390 


do. do. 


1795- 


203 


View of Tivoli. 






(Elected R.A.) 




253 


View of the Eruption of Mount 


1783- 


121 


View of the Lake of Lucerne 






Vesuvius, May, 1792. 






with the Ruin of Habs- 


1796. 


141 


A view of the lake of Nerni. 






house. 






10, Great Newport Street. 




214 


View in Switzerland: a land 
storm. 


1797. 


' 


The lake and 7'own of Con- 
stance. 




Z33 


Waterfall in Switzerland. 




1 71 


The bridge of St. Maurice, 


1784. 


65 Landscape. 






Switzerland. 




180 


View of the lake of Killarney 




1S2 


A view near Naples. 






from Ross island towards 




343 


The fall of the Rhine, near 






Mr. Herbert's. 






Schaffhausen. 


1785- 


37 


View of the Mewstone, near 
Plymouth. 


1798. 


62 


A west view of Saltram, the seat 
of Lord Boringdon, Devon. 




61 


View of the lake of Geneva, 
with the effect of a flash of 
lightning. 




112 


An East view of Saltram, the 
seat of Lord Boringdon, 
Devon. 




180 


View of Berry Pomeroy Castle, 
near Totness, Devon. 




132 


A view from Lord Boringdon's 
Park. 




245 


View of a gentleman's house in 
Devonshire. 




710 


A view of the fall of the Rhine 
near Schaffhausen, Switzer- 




425 


View of Geneva, with the Gla- 






land. 






ciers. 


1799. 


68 


View of Cowes Casde, Isle of 


1786. 


6 


Lake of Geneva, near Lau- 






Wight. 






sanne. 




103 


View of Conway Castle in 




7 


Lake of Lucerne. 






Wales. 




22 


Lake near Geneva. 


1800. 


81 


View of the Lake Albano. 




23 


Bridge of St. Maurice. 




133 


View of Rome. 




60 


Giant's Causeway. 




152 


View of Marino. 




iig 


Bay of Dublin. 


1801. 


106 


A Landscape with St. John 


1787. 


5^ 


View of the grand Chartreuse, 






preaching. 






near Grenoble. 


1802. 


102 


View of the eagle's nest at 




120 


View of the upper lake of Kil- 






Killarney. 






arney. 




221 


A view near Naples. 




383 


View from Mount Edgecombe 






Cliandos St., Covent Garden. 






looking towards dock. 


1806. 


17 


A view near Rome. 




445 


View of Mont Blanc, taken 




27 


A view in Switzerland. 






near Chamoni. 




57 


A north view of Marestow 


1788. 


45 


View of Bath from the Glou- 
cester Road. 






House, Devon, the seat of 
Sir M. Lopes, Bart. 



214 



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Garvey, Edmund, R.A. — continucil. 

1806. 115 A south view of Marestow 
House, Devon, the seat of 
Sir M. Lopes, Bart. 

1808. 30 View in Portland Island, with 
Smugglers. 

GARVIE, T. Bowman Painter. 

25, Bridge Street, Morpeth. 
1886. 238 The Hon. and Rev. F. R. 
Grey. 

Bow Villa, Morpeth. 

1888. Ill By the waters of Babylon. 

" Happy shall he be that re- 
wardeth thee, etc." 

1889. 949 Quiet Consolation. 

1893. 455 Miss Rosaline Sonierville. 
697 Sunday morning. 

Rothbury, N^orthiDnberland. 

1894. 690 Astray. 

1901. 337 Thomas Burt, Esq., M.P. 

1903. 440 Castello Doria, Dolceacqua. 

GASCOIGNE, Mrs. General. 

Painter. 

14, Loivndes Square. 
187 1. 722 Threading the needle; a study 
from nature. 

GASCOYNE, Alexander. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

7, Shakespeare .Street, 

JVottingham. 

1902. 1494 Design, painted glass window. 
1496 do. for stained glass. 

1520 do. memorial window. 

1521 do. leaded glass mosaic. 

GASCOYNE, Mrs. Ethel S. 

Painter. 

II, Cheyiic Gardens. 
1902. 1287 Study of an old woman's head. 
Uphill, Knockholt, Sevcnoaks. 
1903- "358 A study of a woman. 

1904. 1382 A man's head; study. 
1401 Study for a portrait. 

GASCOYNE, George Painter. 

Sittingbourne, Kent. 
1S84. 89 "Bless me, even me also, O 
my father! " 
126 The knife-grinder. 
Lee Chambers, 

Great Ormond Street. 

1885. 109 C. S. Taylor, M.D. 

554 Elijah upon Mount Horeb, etc. 
Sittingbourne, Kent. 

1886. 454 'i'he good Samaritan. 



1887. 296 "The miry beasts retreating 

frae the plough." — Burns. 

1888. 375 The song of the swain. 

1889. 274 The harrow. 

8, Gloucester Matision, 

Harrington Gardens. 

1894. 879 The turn of the plough. 

1895. 125 Wind and storm. 

Bapchild Court, Sittingbourne. 

1900. 238 Autumn labour. 

II, Cheyne Gardens. 

1 90 1. 853 Until the evening. 

1903. 549 On the Downs. 

1904. 826 The shepherd boy. 

GASH, Walter B Painter. 

22, Crown Street, Kettering. 

1596. 1239 Studying the new woman. 

Victoria Chambers, Kettering. 
1898. 539 Selling flowers. 

Cum Exchange, Kettering. 
1904. 136 Sorting plums. 

GASKELL, George Arthur. ..Painter. 

5 1 , South Molton Street. 
1S71. S33 Louie. 

19, Brunswick Square, 

Camberu'ill. 

1872. 122 Italian girl. 

1873. 332 The apple-gatherer. 
531 The professor. 

572 A young archer. 

25, Lunib Lane, Bradford, 

Yorkshire. 
1879. 1427 Nymph. 

1 4, Ditchling Road, Brighton. 
1894. 1067 " See my Kitties ! " 
1216 See-saw. 

I, West E)id Mansions, 

West Hampstead. 

1597. 1 140 "From sunlight ocean and 

breeze, Bearing their trea- 
sures they come." 
1900. 897 A limpid mirror. 

GASKELL, G. Percival Painter. 

35, Acacia Road. 

1896. 492 Thistles. 

572 Madame and Mimi. 
793 In a Hampshire village. 

1897. 106 The pur[)lc gown. 

846 Hay-time in theConway Valley. 

1898. 284 Dear Lady Disdain. 

1900. 717 Wild Rhododendrons. 
773 The Bathing place. 

1 90 1. 716 On lona. 

1902. 737 The silence of the summer 

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GASKELL, J Miniature Painter. 

4, Be/Ps Biiildiiii^s, 

Salisbury Coiirl. 

1776. 113 Portrait of a young gentleman 

in miniature. 
At Mr. Goddle's, 

2, King St., Covent Garden. 

1777. 145 Five portraits in miniature. 

1778. 125 Portrait of a gentleman in 

miniature. 

GASKIN, Arthur J Painter. 

3, IVIiitmore Road, 

Binningliatn. 

1889. 1770 " For those in peril on the sea." 
1891. 1635 Spring. 

GASS, John B Architect. 

S/. George's Road, Bid ton. 

1880. 1167 Angle fireplace at Rawdon 

House, Herts. 

1 9, Silver7vell Street, Bolton. 

1 88 1. 1076 Hall i' th' wood, Bolton, the 

residence of Samuel Cromp- 
ton, the inventor of the 
spinning mule. 
1S91. 1S04 The tower of the church of St. 
Jean, Maestricht. 

GAST, Bertram Painter. 

3, Park Road Studios, N. IV. 
18S9. S39 An Evening sketch near Mar- 
low. 

1890. nil The last load. 

1891. i4i6 A moorland sketch. 

1892. 1^27 Marshland. 

1895. 918 The close of a summer day. 

GAST, Frank Painter. 

4, Bark Road Studios. 

1 89 1. 1203 Digging Potatoes. 

1892. 1066 Evening. 

1896. 827 Mrs. Valentine Bishop. 

GASTINEAU, Henry G Painter. 

24, Denmark Ron', 

Camheni.'ell. 

181 2. 765 Priory Gate, Clerkenwell. 
842 Abbey Gate, Bristol. 

1813. 892 Oxford Cathedral. 

1814. 514 Ruins at Canterbury. 

570 Part of the City Walls, Canter- 
bury. 

653 St. Dunstan's Church, Canter- 
bury. 

1815. 732 Part of Pevensey Castle, Sussex. 

1816. 558 Sketch of the crypt of Wells 

Cathedral, Somersetshire. 
181 7. 414 Herstmonceaux Castle, Sussex. 
1000 View of Wells Cathedral. 



487 
569 



4, Queen's Buildings, 

B romp ton. 

1818. 127 Brighton boat taking in pas- 

sengers for the French [jac- 
ket by moonlight. 

317 Broxbourne Church, Hertford- 
shire. 

524 Westham, Sussex. 

816 View near Epsom, Surrey. 

Denmark Ro7v, Camlier7cicl/. 

1 819. 172 View of Glastonbury Abbey, 

Somersetshire. 

1820. 572 Newark Castle, Nottingham- 

shire. 
I, Adelphi Place, Cambenvell. 
Coast scene after a storm. 
Fisherman's Cottage near 
Beachy Head, Sussex. 
1822. 443 View near Hawthornden, Scot- 
land. 
1S23. 639 Remains of Craig Hall, Fife- 
shire, N.B. 

1824. 433 Hertsmonceaux Castle, Sussex. 

1825. 546 View on the Trent, Notting- 

hamshire. 

Coldharbour Lane. 

1827. 498 The Nunnery, Isle of Man, the 

seat of General Goldie. 

1828. 5:1 Scotts Tarvit Tower, Fifeshire. 

1829. 493 Landscape — Evening. 

1830. 496 Sketch from nature. 

GASTINEAU, J. C Painter. 

1826. 441 Derwent Water, Cumberland. 

GATES, Rev. Sebastian. 

Painter and Sculptor. 
St. Dominic's Priory, 

Haverstock Hill. 
1904. 634 Spoils of the orchard. 

1760 Her treasure; medallion. 

GATES, William Henry ... Sculptor. 

Comvay Villas, 

Dunstall Road, 

Wolverhampton. 
1888. 2036 A study from life; statuette. 
( W. H. Gades in the index.) 

GATLEY, Alfred Sculptor. 

17, Salisbury Street. 
Bust of a gentleman. 

do. Richard Willis, Esq. 
Marble bust of Hebe. 
Bust of Miss E. Rylance, 
do. a gentleman. 
1389 Marble bust of Cupid, 
do. Psyche, 

do. Thomas Legh, 

Esq., Lyme Park, Cheshire. 



I84I. 


1295 


1842. 


140; 


1843. 


1444 




■475 




i^ii 


1844. 


1389 




1403 


1845. 


'395 



2l6 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gatley, Alfred — continued. 

1845. 144S An unfinished marble bust of 

Mrs. Legh. 

1846. 1413 Model in bas-relief: The Hours 

leading out the horses of the 
Sun. 
1488 Bust in marble of General Es- 
partero, Duke of Vittoria 
and Morella, E.x-Regent of 
Spain. 

1847. 1364 Marble bust of Mrs. Smith 

Barry, Marbury Hall, Che- 
shire. 
Marble bust of J. H. Smith 
Barry, Esq., Marbury Hall. 

1848. 1346 Religious instruction. 
1397 Marble bust of the Archbishop 

of Canterbury. {Sumner.) 
1427 Marble bust of William Hulton, 

Hulton Park, Lancashire. 

1438 Marble bust of Mrs. Hulton. 

312 Bust of a lady. 



1405 



1849. 
1850. 



Bust in marble of S. Christie, 
Esq., M.P. 
1454 Design for a mural tablet. 

1851. 1269 do. do. 
1291 do. statue. 

1296 Model of a bust of Richard 
Hooker, author of "Eccle- 
siastical Polity," etc., exe- 
cuted for the Benchers of 
the Inner Temple. 

1328 Bust in marble of Captain the 
Hon. Augustus H. Vernon, 
Sudberry Hall. 

1348 Design for a statue. 

1359 Bust in marble of Mrs. Foster. 

1389 Design for a mural tablet. 

1852. 1419 Bust in marble of A. J. Coffin, 

Esq., M.D., Founder of the 
Botanic System of Medi- 
cine. 

Home. 

1853. 13-4 Head in marble: "Angel of 

Mercy." 
1414 Design for a mural monument. 



GAUBERT, George Frederick. 

Painter. 

I ig. Chancery Lane. 

1829. 828 French fishing boats off Calais. 

1830. 587 Entrance to Calais Harbour. 

1 83 1. 492 View on the Coast of France. 

1832. 503 Shipping. 

1834. 563 do. 

Boulogne sur Mer, and 
34, King Street., 

Cuvent Garden. 

1835. 443 Sea piece. 



1 1 9, Chancery Lane. 

1836. 573 View of Hastings from the sea. 

— Go/ierf, Boulogne. 

1837. 44 St. Bertin's Tower, St. Omer; 

17 th century. 
G. F. Gaubert, 

1 1 9, Chancery Lane. 

1838. 1034 A Coast View. 

1839. 623 A transport coming to an an- 

chor off Sheerness. 
— Gohert, Boulogne, and 

9, Coram Street. 
1842. 1209 French fish girls on the Beach 
at Boulogne. 
G. F. Gaubert, 

2, ILanley Road, Islington. 

1842. 617 Dover. 

1843. 1053 Troopship off Sheerness. 

1844. 956 Shipping off the Foreland. 

1845. 1122 Shipping off Portsmouth. 

1847. 1 166 A fishing boat. 

1848. 842 Shipping off Plymouth. 

1849. 873 do. Harwich. 

1850. 972 do. Margate. 

1851. 912 St. Michael's Mount, Cornwall. 

1852. 661 Shipping off Dunkirk. 

1853. 810 View at the Nore — H.M.S. 

" Hercules " drying sails. 

1854. 642 Shipping off Harwich. 

1855. 863 Coast view. 

1857. 915 Shipping off Calais. 

1858. 815 Coast view. 

1859. 992 Off Swansea. 

1 86 1. 746 Near Hartlepool. 



GAUCI, G Painter. 

Marin's Hotel, 28, Duke Street, 
Manchester Square. 
381 Bonaparte at the Battle of 

Wagram. 
632 Love. 
7S8 Malvina. 

5, Thayer Street, 

Manchester Square. 
570 Mr. Pucitta. 

607 Portrait of the artist's family. 
671 Portrait of a lady. 

41, Lisle Street. 
602 Portrait of His E.xcellency the 
Persian Ambassador. 

1822. 478 Mrs. W. Reader. 

1823. 935 The Misses Rodwell. 



1810. 
1811. 

1812. 

1820. 



GAUCI, Paul Painter. 

9, North Crescent, 

Bedford Square. 
1S45. 1089 Study from nature in Windsor 
forest. 



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217 



1846. 574 Coast scene near Margate. 

ioo6*Scene in Windsor Park. 
1863. 363 Whippinghani church. 



GAUGAIN, Mrs. Anne Painter. 

105, Great Tiklificld Street. 
1839. 22 Fruit. 

GAUGAIN, Ph. A Painter. 

Five Fields, Chelsea. 

1808. 562*Miss Lacour. 

1809. 428 Mr. G; Satchwcll. 

10, Norfolk Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 

1820. 247 Mr. Pouchee. 
357 Mrs. Pouchee. 

1821. 6 Mrs. Constable. 
25 T. G. Smith, Esq. 

1823. 24S John Hookery, Esq., of South- 

ampton. 

1824. 516 Portrait of a lady. 

2, York Buildings, 

Southampton. 

1825. 506 Mr. James Thring of South- 

ampton. 
Panorama Place, .Southampton. 
1827. 247 The children of R. D. Pritch- 
ard, Esq., of Southampton. 
105, Great Tichfield Street. 
1838. 396 The Rev. H. J. Knapp, M.A., 
Sub - Dean of St. Paul's 
Cathedral. 

30, Chichester Place. 
1842. 30 Portrait of a gentleman. 

GAUGAIN, Thomas Painter. 

4, Little Compton Street, Soho. 

1778. 126 Portrait of a gentleman; half- 

length. 

1779. 108 A Moravian peasant; the dress 

from Le Prince. 
leg The shepherdess of the Alps, 
no A portrait. 

1780. 4 Maria; from Sterne. 

1781. 55 Portrait of a lady and her 
daughter. 

239 January and May; from Pope. 



1782. 

GAUGEAN, Edouard Henri. 

Etcher. 

41, Rue du Sevres, Paris. 
1888. 1577 The chaplain's daughter. 

1 62 1 Flamma Vestalis. After E. 
Burne-Jones, A.R.A. 

GAULT, Madlle. Asile Painter. 

1 83 1. 4 Portrait of a gentleman. 
in. 



GAUNT, Thomas Edward. ..Painter. 

The Elms, Tottenham. 
1877. 370 A portrait. 
1880. 1018 An interesting story. 

1883. 685 Master Percy Fitch. 

GAUNTLETT, Miss Gertrude E. 

Painter. 

96, Bromfelde Road, Clapham. 
18S0. 784 A street arab. 

GAUPP, Gustave Painter. 

8, Duchess St., Portland Place. 

1884. 160 Portrait of a gentleman. 

GAUTIER Painter. 

20, St. James's Street. 
1792. 96 A view of the Castle de Bayes 
in the Gulph of Naples. 
163 A view of the Castle called de 
L'^uf, in the Gulph of 
Naples. 
543*The Vale of Chamouny in 
Savoy. 

GAUTREY, J., Junr Architect. 

26, Little Mary Abene Street. 
1S19. 1019 An entrance Hall. 

1073 Design for an entrance to a 
Dockyard. 

GAVEY, Miss Edith Painter. 

Fairlighf, LLampton ll'ick. 
1901. 480 Anemones. 

GAVIN, Robert, R.S.A Painter. 

15, Gaypield Square, Edinburgh. 

1855. 381 The weary gleaner. 

1859- 577 "Through the needle ee, boys." 

2, Laverock Bank, Edinburgh. 

i860. 434 Feckless Fanny. — Heart of 

Midlothian. 

15, Brandon St., Edinburgh. 

1870. 23 La Mulatresse. 

1871. 412 Study of an American slave 

girl. 

GAWEN, Joseph Sculptor. 

69, Theobald's Road. 
1850. 1412 W. Blanchard Jerrold, Esq. 

33, Ossulston Street. 

1854. 1476 Bust of Master Little. 

13, Osnaburgh Street. 

1855. 1495 An equestrian statuette of the 

Duke of Wellington. 
1857. 1240 Field-Marshal the late Lord 
Raglan; statuette. 

F F 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gawen, Joseph — continued. 

lo, Osnaburgh Strret. 
1861. 1075 Achilles and Lycaon. " Die 
then, he said, etc." — Pope's 
Iliad. 
3, Henry Street, 

Cumberland Market. 
1868. 1052 George Cruikshank; marble. 

419, Oxford Street. 

1882. 16+0 The Rev. Samuel Smith, 

Chaplain to the Royal 

Association of the Deaf and 

Dumb; bust, marble. 

GAY, B Miniature Painter. 

Vine Street, Minories. 
1807. SSS Portrait of a lady. 

King's head yard, Tooley St. 
181 1. 659 Portrait of a lady. 

GAY, G Painter. 

40, Beaufort Street, Chelsea. 
1877. 1460 After the War. 
1S80. 1 5 16 The first steps. 



GAY, Miss 


Lydia. 






Sculptor and Medalist. 






76, tipper Gloucester Place. 


1887. 


■913 


James Leslie; medal. 




'934 


Rev. B. H. Alford; obverse — 
allegory representing Virtue 
and Vice, reverse; medal. 
7, New Court, Lincoln's Inn. 


i888. 


2004 


Mrs. Robert Roger; medallion. 




2025 


G. A. Trechman, Esq.; me- 
dallion. 

Malvern House, Solihull. 


1S89. 


2094 


Sigurd consulting Brynhilda; 
medallion. 


1890. 


2022 


Pan; bas-relief. 




2101 


Miss Jane Bryett; medal. 
8a, Woodsome Road, 

Highgate Road. 


1891. 


1995 


Miss Lily Hedges; medal. 




2084 


Mr.and]\Irs. Breffit; medallion. 


1892. 


1SS9 


Children of Robert Roger, Esq.; 
four medals. 




1946 James Leslie, Esq.; medal. 






bronze. 




198S 


Case of four medals. 


1893. 


'743 


Miss N. Baylis; medallion. 
Ilazeldene, Ightham, Kent. 


1894. 


1830 


Medal: obverse. Lord Kelvin; 
reverse. Industry. 




1831 


Case of medals. 




.832 


Miss E. Craggs; medal. 


1895. 


1691 


Four medals. 


1896. 


'854 Case of medals. 




1874 


Portrait medallion; bronze. 



1896. 187S Sir Joseph Prestwich; portrait 

medal. 

1897. 2019 Miss I. Milligan and Miss 

Brook; medallions. 

1898. 1S79 Group of children; panels, 

copper. 
1883 do. do. do. 

1893 MissBrooke; medallion, bronze. 

1899. 1997 Miss Lancaster; medallion. 
1903. 1756 Mrs. Bell; do. 

1773 Mrs. Barber; do. 

GAY, Miss Susan Elizabeth. 

Painter. 

Fairfield Villa, Croydon. 
1874. 124S Sea Cave. 
1876. 1102 Old orchard. 

GAY, Walter Painter. 

9, Rue de Prony, Paris. 

1890. 1050 A genuine Stradivarius. 

73, Rue Amplre, Paris. 

1891. 246 A Dominican. 
1095 The bookworms. 

1897. 787 Sewing School, Venice. 

GAY, W. H Painter. 

15, capstone Street. 
1 8 10. 712 View of Dover, near the pier. 

GAYE, Howard Architect. 

1 1 , Levington Street, 

Harrow Road. 

1880. 1 122 Belfry, etc., St. Laurence 

Church, Ipswich. 

14, Artesian Road, Baysivater. 

1 89 1. 1200 Crusaders' tombs, Westminster 

Abbey. 

GAYFERE, Thomas Painter. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 

1778. 37S Corfe Castle in Dorsetshire. 

1779. 3 §5 Lancaster Quay. 

1780. 365 A view of Boston church, Lin- 

colnshire. 

GAYLEARD, Miss Sophia. 

Miniature Painter. 

56, Beaumont Street. 

1839. 945 Eugene Abethol in his Turkish 

Costume. 

1840. 699 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1841. 73S Mrs. Secrcton. 

1842. 965 Adam Sutherland, Esq. 

1843. 775 Master Louis Fricker in his 

Grecian Costume. 
1845. 735 Miss Short. 

903 Meerza Mohan Lai. 



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1895. 


726 


1896. 


1014 


IS97. 


1079 


1902. 


677 


1903. 


"49 


GAYTON, 


1890. 


401 


1891. 


2074 


1893. 


770 




780 


1894. 


127 




745 


1896. 


74 




455 


1899. 


3°5 



1846. 782 Portrait of a gentleman. 

784 Miss Powell as a gipsy girl. 
837 Miss Sydney and Miss Caroline 
Sydney. 



GAYLER, Mrs. Ellen A Painter. 

3, Brandon Villas, Bristol. 
1 89 1. 493 Love's watch keeping. 

43, Carlton Hill, N. W. 
726 The Sisters. 

Rosebuds. 
079 A Coronation. 
677 The fairy's step. 
Nellie. 



Miss Anna M. ... Painter. 

Much Haii/iam, Herts. 
" The Green field sleeps in the 

sun." 
Hare and hounds; relief. 
Mrs. Reginald Bacon. 
The Rev. R. C. Bacon. 
Jackanapes. 
E. H. Gayton, Esq. 
Mrs. David Phelips Chapman 

and her child. 
Dulcie Ellis. 
J. W. Hawkins, Esq. 



GEAR, A. Handel Painter. 

Akarva, Springfield Park, 

Acton. 
1894. 369 Vice gambling with death. 

GEAR, J Painter. 

(Marine Painter to the Duke of Sussex.) 

28, Holywell Street, Strand. 
181 5. 546 The Grand fleet at Spithead 
under the command of 
H.R.H. the Duke of Clar- 
ence as reviewed by H.R.H. 
the Prince Regent, His Im- 
perial Majesty Alexander, 
first Emperor of all the 
Russias, His Majesty Fred- 
erick William, King of 
Prussia, and Princes of 
Prussia, etc. 
547 The return of the Illustrious 
personages in grand proces- 
sion to the Salleyport; with 
a perspective view of Spit- 
head, the Isle of Wight, 
Fort Monkton, the Royal 
Naval Hospital at Haslar 
Blockhouse Fort, etc. 

_/. Geare, 369, Strand. 
18 1 8. 609 Infant Jesus. 



29, Welksley St.,Euston Sijnare. 
182 1. 571 Portraits of the young gentle- 
men of His Majesty's chapel 
Royal. 



GEAR, J 



1821. 
1822. 

1823. 
1825. 

1830. 



786 
S63 
703 



W Miniature Painter. 

29, ]Vellesley Street. 
525 Portrait of a lady. 
570 do. do. in the dress 

of a flower girl. 
S83 Portrait of a lady. 
718 Mr. Kean as Richard. "Oh, 
Buckingham, etc." 

6, Wilson Street. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. do. 
Miss Cooke. 
1 7, Great Russell Street, 

Covent Garden. 
736 Miss M'Donald, of the Theatre 
Royal, Drury Lane. 
Portrait of himself. 
do. a lady. 
Miss Chikini, of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 
Mr. George Wieland, of the 
Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. 
Portrait of a lady. 

5, Charlotte Street. 
Mr. Dowton, of the Theatre 

Royal, Drury Lane. 
The sleeping infant — portrait 
of the son of H. King, Esq. 
Miss D. Hayward of Calcutta. 
W. Westall, Esq. 
M. Giubilei as Assur in the 

opera of Semiramide. 
Matilda, the youngest daughter 

of Thomas Wilson, Esq. 
Affectionate friends. 
Miss Clara Allen. 
The late James Burn, Esq. 
Miss E. Smithson. 

do. do. 
Bracelet portrai t of a gentleman. 
Sappho, second daughter of T. 

Wilson, Esq. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. the son of W. Ford, 
Esq. 
Miss Parkinson. 



GEARY, S Architect. 

Barton Street, Westminster. 
18 14. 704 Design for an exchange. 

10, JMarsham Street. 

18 16. 8^4 Egyptian Hall, Mansion House. 

22, Weston Place, King's Cross. 

1830. 1166 Model of the King's Cross 

near Gray's Inn Lane, etc. 





797 


IS3I. 


909 
9c 8 




9c 9 


1832. 


75' 


1836. 


5'5 


1840. 


6S8 


1842. 

1844. 


596 

75° 

?92 


1845- 


702 


IS46. 
1848. 


91S 
916 

9-6 
727 
782 


1849. 
1850. 


76s 
739 


I85I. 


758 
920 


1852. 


698 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Geary, S. — mitinued. 

lo, Hamilton PL, Kin^s Cross. 

1836. 920 Church, etc., London Ceme- 

tery Company. 

1837. 1054 St. Pancras Collegiate School, 

etc. 
1 107 Entrance to London Cemetery 
Company at Highgate. 

1838. 1 1 79 Mansion. 

1205 Entrance to West London and 
Westminster Cemetery in 
Kensington, etc. 

GEBSATTEL, Baroness S.. ..Painter. 

7, Academic Strasse, Municli. 
1893. 993 Modele a contre-cceur. 



Andrew, A.R.A.... Painter. 
20, Glasshouse St., Golden Sq. 
St. John in the Wilderness. 

Edinburgh. 
A girl — candlelight. 

30, Air Street, Piccadilly. 
Draught players. 

5, York Place, Edinburgh. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. gentleman. 

do. lady. 

do. gentleman. 

5, Conduit Street. 
Portrait of a lady. 

do. do. 

B. P. Blachford, Esq., M.P. 
Eucharis and Cupid. {French 

quotation.^ 

Mr. R. B. Haydon. 

Mr. G. Sanders. 

David Wilkie, Esq., R.A. 

Portrait of a lady. 

do. gentleman. 

Mr. Allan, in the dress worn 
by him during his residence 
in Circassia (the present cos- 
tume of that country). 

Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 
do. gentleman. 

The Very Rev. G. H. Baird, 
Principal of the University 
of Edinburgh. 

C. L. Cumming, Esq., in a 
Syriac dress. 

J. Thomson, M.D., F.R.S.E., 
Professor of Military Surgery 
in the University of Edin- 
burgh. 

The Hon. Augusta Mackenzie. 

\^iscount Duncan. 

Alexander Oswald, Esq. 

Eras. Jeffrey, Esq. 



GEDDES, 


1S06. 


3°5 


1S08. 


'99 


1810. 


63 


1813. 


74 




101 




301 




601 


1S15. 


"57 




304 




344 




363 




3S2 


1816. 


.58 




191 




257 




336 




374 


1817. 


165 




1S2 




270 




^73 




340 


1818. 


162 


1S19. 


R? 


1820. 


3?2 




33'! 




340 



I82I. 293 



1S22. 5 

36 

106 

23' 

392 

1825. 58 

1832. 108 
1 10 

'7' 
ZI7 

294 
30S 
345 



1833- 


102 




255 




388 




456 


1834. 


205 




3-5 



328 

350 
1835. 142 

1S7 



1836. 90 

.56 



The discovery of the Regalia 
of Scotland, with the por- 
traits of the Commissioners 
appointed by warrant of 
H.R.H. the Prince Regent 
in January, 18 r8, to search 
the Castle of Edinburgh for 
that purpose. A belief ex- 
isted generally in Scotland, 
that the ancient Regalia of 
that Kingdom had been car- 
ried away during the troubles 
in the early part of the last 
century; but they were found 
by the Commissioners in a 
chest, where they had been 
deposited at the time of the 
Union between the two 
Kingdoms. 

D. Terry, Esq. 

Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 

do. gentleman in the 

costume of Henri Quatre. 

A groupe containing the por- 
traits of the family of Arch. 
Montgomery, Esq. 

58, Brook Street. 

H.R.H. the Duke of York. 

42, Conduit Street. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Portraits of a lady and child. 

John Gibson, Esq., Rome. 

Portrait of a young lady in an 
Italian costume. 

James Morris, Esq. 

His Eminence Cardinal Weld. 

John Butler Danvers, Esq. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

15, Berners Street. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Devotion. 

Portrait of a gentleman — old 
Venetian costume. 

Lady Radstock. 

Mrs. Lane Fox. 

Louisa, daughterof John Spicer, 
Esq. 

Portraits of the Sons of William 
Collins, Esq. 

Sir James Stuart, Bart. 

Portraits of the children of A, 
James, Esq. 

Miss Louisa H. Sheridan, au- 
thoress of the " Comic Offer- 
ing." 

Mariana Vitali. 

Portrait of a young lady. 

do. the late Bishop of 
Limerick. {Kev. John Jcbb.) 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



221 



1837- 


27 




330 




540 


1838. 


164 




253 



Maria Margaret 1 1843. 



290 

334 
456 
466 



525 
1839. 36 

74 



260 

425 
482 
528 



1840. 



1841. 



319 
335 
367 
369 
458 

494 
16 

235 
378 



1842. 33 
159 

301 
310 
388 



1843- 



442 



The Hon. 
Napier. 

Portrait of an officer of the 
Kent Indiainan. 

L'Allegro. " Haste thee, 
nymph, etc." 

Mrs. Harris I'rendergast. 

Portraits of Alexina and Cathe- 
rine, daughters of the late 
Hon. Charles Lindsay. 

Adelaide, daughter of Captain 
W. Burnaby Greene, R.N. 

Portrait of a young lady. 
do. gentleman. 

Fielder Jenkins, Esq. 

John Gibson, Esq., R.A., 
Rome. 

Cottage girl with a lighted 
candle. 

Portraits of the daughters of 
George Arbuthnot, Esq.; a 
group in the costume of 
Charles I. 

Caroline Augusta, daughter of 
the late Hon. and Rev. 
Charles Augustus North. 

William Hay Leith, Esq. 

Samuel Wimbush, Esq. 

A "Buy Broom" girl. 

Portrait of Barone Camullini, 
President of the Academy 
of St. Luke, Rome, and 
Principal Historical Painter 
to His Holiness the Pope. 

J. Bradbury, Esq. 

A Greek girl. 

"Paws off, Pompey." 

Head of a Polish Jew. 

A Spanish girl. 

Mrs. Greatorex. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Giorgione studying from na- 
ture. 

Mercury and Argus. 

Christ and the woman of Sa- 
maria. "Thou hast well said, 
etc." 

An Interior. 

A Greek girl preparing for the 
toilette. 

Hagar. " And she sat over 
against him, etc." 

Balcarras Ramsay, Esq., Royal 
Scots Greys. 

The Jewess. " A countenance 
whose general expression 
was that of contemplative 
melancholy." 

Hon. Georgiana Louisa Foley. 

Mrs. Gordon of Abergeldie. 



1844. 



1845. 



262 Spring. " Come, gentle spring, 

ethereal mildness come." — 

T/iotnson, 
308 Miss Emma Seymour. 
504 A Moorish girl. 
247 Jenny Denison. — Taks of viy 

Landlord. 

263 Miss Flora Bellasis in an In- 

dian dress of a Parsee girl. 
377 The water pitcher. 
397 Subiaco — early morning. 
402 John Skinner, Esc[. Study for 

a large picture painted for 

the Chamber of Commerce, 

Bombay. 
481 An Italian Minstrel. 
538 Ariadne abbandonata. 
923 Portrait of a young lady. 

(The late.) 
282 The infant Bacchus. 



GEDDES, Ewan Painter. 

Gowan Brae, Blairgoivrie. 

1 89 1. 538 A Scotch Interior. 

1892. 1230 A group of trees. 



1814. 
1815. 

1816. 
1817. 



57' 



72 
234 



GEDDES, Miss Margaret Sarah (after- 
wards Mrs. William Carpenter). 

Painter. 

Mrs. Sparke. 

55, Great Marlborough Street. 
Portraits of children of quality. 
Lieut. -General Sir C. Green. 
40, Great Marlborough Street. 
Ill A study. 
333 Portrait of a lady. 
342 do. young lady. 

50, Conduit Street. 
45 Mr. A. Atkins of His Majesty's 

Yeomen of the Guard. 
201 Major Brooks. 
353 Hon. Mrs. Brooks. 
{See Mrs. William Carpenter, vol. i, 
pp. 399-401.) 

GEE, Miss Lucy Painter. 

Hardwick Cottage, 

IVoburn Sands, 

Bletchley. 
1897. 1473 Miss Constance Coxeter. 

1 1 , Holland Park Road. 
1899. '-'•* " ^^ contented mind is a con- 
tinual feast." 
1901. 614 Joyce. 
1904. 320 The master of the house. 

GEEFS, C Sculptor. 

10, Wanvick Place. 
185S. 1170 Sleeping Cupid; marble. 



222 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GEEFS, Madame G. (Fanny). 

Painter. 

Brussells. 
1847. 167 Mrs. George Brooke, wife of 
G. F. Brooke, Esq. 
395 Mrs. John Palmer, wife of 
Captain Palmer. 
1849. 51 The outcast. 

GEEFS, Joseph Sculptor. 

10, Warwick Place. 

1855. 1413 The Queen of the Waters tun- 

ing her harp, to celebrate the 
alliance of the Western 
Powers. 
1435 Apollo amongst the shepherds ; 
to be executed for the Can- 
terbury Hall Music Room. 

1856. 1248 The proof of a flower. "Love 

me or love me not." 
1260 Portrait statue of Theddy 
Martens. 

1857. 1 22 1 Triumphant Cupid. 

1858. 1166 Obedience; marble group. 
117S Amour et Malice. 

1859. 1271 Reveil de I'Amour. 

GEEFS, T. H Sculptor. 

58, Stanley Street, Chelsea. 
1864. 929 Psyche abandoned. 

GEEFS, William Sculptor. 

(Sculptor to the King of Belgium.) 
Eiie Royale Exterieur, 

Brussells. 
1843. 1392 Cabinet Statue: the Apotheosis 
of Malibran. 
1393 Marble group of Genevieve and 
Brabant and child. 
1S44. i23o The fisherman's orphan. 
1S46. IJ95 L'Amour. 
1852. 1349 Statue in marble of Cupid 
asleep. 

GEENS, J. J Painter. 

(Member of the Royal Academy of 
Amsterdam.) 

7, Mecklenburg Street. 
1828. 74 Mrs Smith. 

75 H. Haskins, Esq. 
297 R. W. Jennings, Esq. 

GEETS, Willcm Painter. 

I ff, Khij^ Street, St. James's. 
1884. S26 A martyr in the i6th century. 
Jchanne de Santhova, a 
Lutheran, led out to be 
buried alive. 



GEFLOWSKI, E. Edward. 

Sculptor. 

2, Stanford Villas, Kensington. 
1867. 1158 The late Lord Justice Knight 

Bruce. 
i858. 1090 J. Penn Harris, Esq., F.R.C.S.; 
marble. 
1 149 Master Malcomson. 

3, Albert Street, Regent's Park. 
1872. 1497 Cheering the captives; marble. 

GEGAN, F. J Painter. 

Maidstone, Kent. 
1848. 409 At Bidborough, Tunbridge. 

GEHRTS, Carl Painter. 

Dusseldorf. 
1889. 1 44 1 The banquet. — Macbeth. 

GEIKIE, Miss Lucy Painter. 

10, Chester Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 
1 90 1. 430 The end of the day. 
1904. 632 Aftera wet night: St. Andrew's. 

GEIKIE, Walter, R.S.A Painter. 

Edinburgh. 
1818. 496 View of Craigmillar Castle, 

Arthur's Seat, and Edinburgh 

from the south. 
1835. 979 Dunstaffnage Castle. 

GELDER, J Painter. 

41, Green Lane, Bradford. 
1865. 24S Lane scene — Beverley, York- 
shire. 

GELISSIN, Maximilien Lambert. 

Painter. 

I, Porches ter Terrace. 
1832. 965 Forest scenery in the Ar- 
dennes, Netherlands. 

GELL, Mrs. Freeman (formerly Miss 

Ada Evershed) Sculptor. 

52, Old Steync, Brighton. 
1887. 1831 La Coquette; statuette. 

1889. 2191 An Idle Hour; statuette. 

141, Church Street, Chelsea. 

1890. 199S Feeding pigeons; bas-relief. 

97, Church Street, Chelsea. 

1891. 1974 Playmates; statuette, marble. 

1892. 1906 The first death; bas-relief. 
1963 Psyche; bust, marble. 

43, Roland Gardens. 

1893. 1661 At the brook; statuette. 
1896. 1S20 Victory; statuette. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



223 



1897. 1950 Isis; statue. 

2012 Victory; statuette, bronze. 

49, Roland Gardens. 
1899. 2051 At the brook; statue, bronze. 

GELLER, W. Henry Painter, 

4, Slaiihope Place. 
1849. *°' Group of flowers. 

GEMMELL, Miss Mary Painter. 

Miss Alary Gemmell, 

45, Gloucester Street^ 

War7vick Square. 
1883. 953 Wall flowers. 
1887. 1078 "Pleasures are like poppies 
spread." 
6, William Street, 

Lou'ndes Square. 
1S89. 1350 Azaleas. 

Miss Marion Gemmell. 

1893. iioS A study. 

Miss Mary Gemmell, 

Clareville Grove Studios. 

1894. 974 "Come off that rope! " 

GENDALL, John Painter. 

1 01, Strand. 

1S18. 973 North-east view of Westminster 
Abbey. 

Cathedral Yard, Exeter. 

1846. 386 Scene on the Avon, Dartmoor, 

Devon. 
628 Lydia bridge waterfall, on the 
Avon, South Brent, Devon. 

1847. 249 The Glen in Lord Clifford's 

Park, Devon. 
587 Lydia bridge on the Avon, 
Dartmoor, Devon. 

1848. 513 Landscape — Holy Street 

bridge, Chagford, Devon. 
Painted on the spot. 

1849. 221 The Avon near Dartmoor, 

Devon. 
460 The Glen, Chudleigh, Devon. 

1850. 583 The bed of the Avon, near the 

Moor. 
728 A summer's day on the Avon. 

1851. 1227 Lydia Midge waterfall. South 

Brent, Devon. 
1247 Entrance to the Glen, Chud- 
leigh, Devon. 

1852. 314 Evening on the Avon, near the 

moor, Devon. 
408 The mill near Chagford, 
Devon. 
1^53- 3°5 Gidley Park on the river Teign, 
Devon. 

1854. 604 On the Avon, Devon —autumn. 

1855. 685 The head of the Dreuy on 

Dartmoor. 



1855. 1024 The mill-leat, Chudleigh, 

Devon. 

1856. 856 The avenue to the mill on the 

Avon, Brent, Devonshire. 

1857. 3*^9 Scene on the West Lyn, Lyn- 

mouth, Devon. 

1858. 824 An autumnal day on the bor- 

ders of Dartmoor. 

1859. 583 Scene in the Glebe, South 

Brent, Devon. 

1 86 1. 602 On the Avon, Devon. 

1862. 25 The Glen, Chudleigh, Devon. 

1863. 574 On the river Exe, near Exeter. 

GENNADIOS, C Painter. 

Pisa, Toscana. 
1873. 975 Peasant girl of Attica after the 
dance. 

GENOTIN, Frederick Painter. 

1 1 , Nelson Street, Edinburgh. 
1866. 436 Three fishers. 

GENT, G. V/ Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1804. 562 Ludlow Castle, Shropshire. 
1806. 357 A mill near Oxford. 

18 1 2. 383 A View of part of Leeds 

Castle, Kent. 

1 81 3. 169 Oxford from Bagley Wood. 

1814. 140 View of Bath from Walcot. 

1816. 37S David and Bathsheba, etc. 

181 7. 1004 Part of the Cathedral of Ely, 

Cambridgeshire. 

1818. 335 View of Chepstow Castle, Mon- 

mouth. 
1822. 304 Oxford from a distance — a 
stormy day; a sketch. 

GENT, Mrs. (late Miss S. S. Daniell). 
Miniature Painter. 

100, St. Martin's Lane. 

1832. 485 William Keale Heseltyne, Esq. 
520 William Godwin, Esq. 

652 Charles Edward Jerningham, 

Esq. 
668 William Heseltyne, Esq. 
707 Portrait of a lady. 
878 do. do. 

14, Russell Place. 

1833. 501 Portrait of the youngest daugh- 
i ter of James Steward, Esq., 
I of Lewisham, Kent. 

26, London Street. 

1834. 750 Miss R. Daniell. 
767 Miss Giles. 
783 James Watts, Esq. 

1835. 732 A Moorish flower girl. 



224 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gent, Mrs. 


1836. 


729 




882 


1837- 


709 




85. 


1838. 


IOI9 


1839. 


736 




757 


1841. 


650 




733 


1842. 


761 




90S 




921 




974 



1843. 6S1 



1844. 
1845, 



S54 

69S 

Miss 



— continued. 

1 6, How/and Street. 
Lady Denman. 
Miss Louisa Gaspe}'. 
21, Charlotte Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
Scene at a fancy dress ball. 
Selina. 
Mrs. Grose. 

9, Store Street. 
A study. 
Portrait of a lady. 

61, Warren Street. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Mrs. William Wood. 
Grattan Cooke, Esq. 
Miss Margaret Roberts. 
Mrs. Daniell. 

The young fishermen; por- 
traits. 
Miss Binckes, the celebrated 

pianist. 
Miss Mitchell. 
Mrs. Thomas Fynmore. 

6, Tavistock Street. 
Mrs. Captain Parsons. 
Miss Cooke. 

S. S. D.-vNiELL, vol. ii, pages 
241-242.) 



GEOFFROY, Jean Painter. 

6, New Compton Street. 
1890. 67S Un lavabo. 

GEOGHEGAN, Charles ... Architect. 

6, Bloomshury Square. 
1849. 1159 Design for a parish church in 
the west of Ireland. 

GEORGE, Ernest. 

Architect and Etcher. 

36, Albert Street, 

Clapham Road. 
i860. 682 Design for a metropolitan 
hotel. 

Streathani. 

1865. 797 Doorway to Holyrood chapel. 
827 South porch to Lausanne 

Cathedral. 

1866. 786 Patio to the House of the In- 

fanta, Saragoza. 
Knight's Hill, 

Loii'cr Nonvood. 

1867. 877 Leaning Tower of Saragoza. 
87 s The Giralda, Seville. 

922 Hotel de Ville, Calais. 

1868. 845 Chartres Cathedral. 
874 Burgos Cathedral. 
8S4 Lausanne Cathedral. 



1868. 


885 


1869. 


600 
1000 


1870. 


774 


I87I. 


901 




907 


1872. 
1876. 


1197 
112S 



i 1883. 



1884. 
IS86. 



II47 
II55 

1 192 



1239 

I27I 
■434 



Churches of Notre Dame and 
St. Pierre, Caen. 

Petit Rue Nationale, Rouen. 

Interior of Cathedral, Soissons. 
1 1 , A r gyle Street. 

The Transept of Burgos Cathe- 
dral. 

The choir aisle, Burgos Cathe- 
dral. 

Rood screen in the Cathedral, 
Miinster, Westphalia. 

Seville Cathedral. 

Four Etchings: (a) Ghent; 
(/') Windmill at Bruges; (c) 
canal at Bruges, and {d) The 
Paul Pindar tavern, Bishops- 
gate. 

Yacht. 

Stoodleigh Court, Devon. 

Church at Tarasp, Engadine, 
Switzerland. 

18, Maddox Street. 

Collingham Gardens. 

The Knoll, Barton. 

The Ponte Vecchio, Florence. 



GEORGE (E.) and VAUGHAN. 

Architects. 

1 1, Argyle Street. 
1874. 1073 Rousdon, Devon, for Sir H. W. 
Peek, Bart. 
1 1 17 do. do. do. 

GEORGE (E.) and PETO. 

Architects. 

1 1, Arg)'le Street. 
1876. 1056 Schools, Rousdon, etc. 

1093 17-19, South Audley Street. 

1878. 1119 Coffee house at Pinner. 

1155 Dining-room, 6, Grosvenor 

Place. 
1 1 72 Beechwood, Kent. 

1879. 1086 Barrow Point, Pinner. 

10S7 Coffee House, Streatham Com- 
mon. 

1140 Cottages, Pinner. 

1149 Hillier's Almshouses, Guild- 
ford. 
1S80. 1 131 1 Lodge, etc., Haydon, near 

1 132 j Pinner. 

1 163 Wing, Rawdon House, Herts. 

1214 ^Voodhouse, Devon. 

1216 House at Westgate-on-Sea. 

1881. 1082 Coffee tavern, etc., Newark-on- 

Trent. 

1882. 1180 Harrington Gardens. 
1186 Buchan Hill, Sussex. 
1190 46, Cheapside. 

1883. 1201 Harrington Gardens. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



225 



1885. 



1886. 



18S7. 



1888. 



1S89. 

1S90. 
1891. 
1892. 

1893. 

1894. 
1895. 



18, Maddox Street. 
765 VVoolpits, Surrey. 
854 House, Collingliam Gardens. 
874 House at Ascot. 
908 Eardley Memorial Church, 

Streatham. 
617 Chambers, etc., Mount Street. 
673 Houses in Cadogan Square. 
707 Buchan Hill, Sussex. 
727 Redesdale Hall, Moreton-in- 

Marsh. 
731 Glencot, Wells. 
737 Dunley Hill, Dorking. 

741 Albemarle Hotel, Piccadilly. 

789 A Cottage, Harpenden. 

790 House on Streatham Common. 
796 Batsford, Gloucestershire. 

807 House, Cham[)ion Hill. 

808 Rosehill, Henley. 
S09 House at Bagshot. 

810 Eastcote Lodge, Pinner. 

831 Building in Mount Street, etc. 

817 Houses at Ascot and St. Law- 

rence-on-Sea. 
923 Convalescent Home,etc., Leigh, 

Kent. 
970 Shiplake Court on Thames. 
734 6, Carlton House Terrace. 
803 The Hall, Shiplake Court. 
834 Poles, Herts. 

742 40, Berkeley Square. 

833 Drawing-room, Poles, Herts. 
848 47, Berkeley Square. 

721 Dining-room and library. 

722 Country House, Dorset. 

769 Cottages — Eaton Hastings, 

Berks. 
801 House, Palace Court. 

543 Motcombe. 

544 7, Delahay Street. 

545 West Dean, Chichester. 
549 Villa. 

561 Motcombe, Dorset. 

562 Wing, North Mymms. 
478 Colworth, Bedford. 
512 North Mymms, Herts, 



GEORGE (E.) and YEATES. 

Architects. 

18, Maddux Street. 

1896. 1599 House at Causton, Norfolk. 

1897. 1839 49, Prince's Gate. 
1884 Interior of Claridge's Hotel. 

1608 Library, North Mymms. 

1609 Okewood, Sussex. 
1635 Two wooden bridges. 
1749 Bridge, etc., North Mymms. 

1680 Holwell, Herts. 

168 1 Edgeworth Manor, Cirencester. 
1621 North London crematorium. 



1898. 

1899. 

1900. 

1 90 1. 
111. 



1902. 1370 Welbeck Abbey: The Duchess' 

boudoir. 

1374 Foxcombe, Oxford. 

1450 Welbeck Abbey: new Dining- 
room. 

1903. 1444 Cranthorne PLall, Yarm-on- 

Tees, Yorkshire. 

1904. 1490 Eynsham Hall, Oxfordshire. 
1497 Royal British Pavilion, St. 

Louis' Exhibition, U.S.A. 
1505 Ruckley Grange, Shropshire. 

GEORGE, Miss Esther H. ... Painter. 

2, Hope Cottage, Bus hey. 
1896. 1255 The old parish clerk. 
Miss Ethel H. George, 

5, Eaton Terrace, N. IV. 
1899. 1179 The pensioner's rest. 
Afi'ss Esther George, 
Pentney Vicarage, 

near Swaffham, Norfolk. 
1902. 1 177 Miss Fielden. 

GEORGE, F. W, Painter. 

Little Holland House, 

Kensington. 

1858. 142 Mrs. Nassau Senior. 
167 Miss Senior. 
185 Miss Eden. 
{See George Frederick Watts, R.A., ivho 
assumed this name for some reason in 1858.) 

GEORGE, Major J Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1S24. 555 The River Slookan at Buoilen- 
zong in the Lsland of Java. 

710 View at Chittagong in the East 

Indies. 

711 View in Chittagong from Kut- 

taul Gunge northward. 

GEORGE, J Painter. 

14, Charles Street, Soho. 

1828. 31 J. Jenkins, Esq. 
645 Portrait of a lady. 

49, Woburn Place. 
1838. 131 Landscape with cattle. 
649 do. sheep. 

GEORGE, T Painter. 

I o, Howland Street. 

1829. 826 E. N. Hunt, Esq. 

1830. 467 Portrait of a lady. 

1 83 1. 6cS The Villager. 

1837. 384 Portrait of the late James 
Heath, Esq., A.E.R.A., his- 
torical engraver to their 

G G 



226 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



George, T — continued. 

Majesties George III, George 
IV, and William IV. 

IS, Percy Street. 
1S38. 62 The late Sir William Rawlins. 

GEORGE, W Painter. 

3, Clourat Cottage, 

Eden Grove, HoUoway. 
1848. 140 Welsh rustics. 

GERARD, Baron Francis Pascal 
Simon Painter. 

Paris. 
1824. 340 Mrs. Wynne Aubrey. 
1830. 24 The Countess of Jersey. 

GERE, Charles M Painter. 

Sandhurst Villa, Leamington. 

1890. 1024 The chair of Idris. 

GERNION, E. D Painter. 

1853. 1219 Evening, with cattle. 

GEROME, Jean Leon, H.F.R.A. 

Painter and Sculptor. 

1870. 118 The death of Marshal Ney. 
985 Jerusalem. 

17, Southampton Street. 

1 87 1. 144 Cleopatra apportee a Cesar 

dans un tapis. 
1150 A vendre. 

(Elected H.R.A.) 

65, Boulevard Clichy, Paris. 
1888. 205 Le barde noir. 
1893. 1826 Bellona; statue, bronze and 
ivory. 

GERRARD, E Painter. 

10, Villiers Street. 
1813. 637 Shaving. 

GERRY, W Architect. 

32, Gilbert Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1844. 1102 Design for a mansion. 

GERTH, Fritz Sculptor. 

22, Vicole di S. Nicolo da 

Tolentino, Pome. 
1888. 1950 Mrs. Francis Dawkins; bust, 
marble. 
1953 The Rev. Charles Langton; 
bust, marble. 
16 and 17, Via San Basilio, 

Rome. 

1891. 2000 Arthur Hervey, Esq.; medal- 

lion, marble. 

1892. 1898 Dr. Weber; bust, marble. 



GESSNER, Conrad Painter. 

II, Green St., Leicester Square. 
1797- 339 Horses frightened by lightning. 
349 Horses taking fright at a bear. 
444 A bear hunt. 
508 A battle; sketch. 
685 Inside of a stable by moon- 
light. 
687 Inside of a stable by lantern 
light. 

113, Great Russell Street. 

1798. 35 Farmyard with horses. 

41 Horses watering by moonlight. 
126 Skirmish between English Light 

Horse and French Dragoons. 
444 View in Switzerland, with 

horses watering. 

1799. 33 A farriery. 

36 A shed with horses. 
39 Moonlight. 

281 The lake of Lowcrz in Switzer- 
land. 

50, Oxford Street. 

1800. 62 A public house near Highgate. 
75 A Winter piece. 

86 A brook near Eltham, Kent. 
97 Austrians crossing the Rhine. 
563 A scene from nature. 

1 01, Strand. 

1801. 122 German soldiers quartered in a 

ruined convent. 
272 German troops carousing in an 
old castle. 

1802. 612 Harrowing. 
613 Hunting. 

5, Buckingham Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 

1803. 273 Seventeenth regiment of light 

dragoons in an engagement 
with the French infantry. 

GEVERS, Miss Hel^ne Painter. 

10, Rue Hcrreyns, Anttcerp. 
1S94. 1126 A curious young lass. 

GEWERS, D. See Gowers. 

GEYGER, Ernest M Sculptor. 

8, Via Marignplle, Florence. 
1898. 1838 A Mirror; statuette and bas- 
relief, silver. 

GHENT, Peter Painter. 

2, Quarry Bank, Birkenhead. 

1879. 675 A Cheshire farmyard. 
754 A wreck. 

13, LLarrington St., Liverpool. 

1880. 549 A misty morning in the Ogwen 

Valley, North Wales. 
1882. 1016 A mountain farmstead. 



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1883. 
1884. 



1885. 



1887. 
1888. 

18S9. 

1890. 
1891. 
1892. 



1S96. 



Tal-y-Bent by Conway. 
1077 A Welsh village — evening. 
275 Solitude. 
863 Harvesters crossing the ferry. 

13, Harrington Si., Liverpool. 
10S4 Mussel Gatherers — coast of 
Anglesea. 

Llanbehr, Comvay. 
51 A summer's day. 
263 Evening light. 
1315 After Evensong. 

Taly-Bent, Conway. 
304 Nature's Majesty. 

Llanbehr, Comvay. 
1 149 Drowsy twilight. 
1371 "In the meadows a-making 
hay." 
140 Moonlight. 
1419 A bright forenoon. 
1255 An Anglesea bulwark. 
1199 The outlet of Eigia. 
951 The ferry. 
1 1 II Wind-blown. 

1180 "On this bright, shingle- 
stranded bay Soft breezes 
fan the sultry day." 
Bryfi Diillyti, 

Llanbedr, Conway. 
1019 "Thro' verdant vale the river 
glides." 



GHEYS, James Sculptor. 

Wardour Street, Soho. 
1774. loi A vestal Virgin; a model. 
I, Union Street, 

Middlesex Hospital. 
1778. '^7 Apollo )^, 
.28 Poetry f '^o^eis. 

GIACHOSA, F.... Miniature Painter. 

1842. S23 Portrait of a lady. 
7, Queen's Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
1849. 162 Portrait of a Bavarian Girl, in 
her national costume. 

GIAMPIETRI, Chevalier Settinaio. 

Painter. 

15, Duke Street, 

Manchester Square. 
1904. 943 Temple of Antoninus and 
Faustina, Roman Forum. 

GIANNELLI, J. D Sculptor. 

33, Cock Lane, Snow Hill. 
1S09. 801 A bust of the Greek professor 

Person. 
1810- 860 Bust of J. C. Saunders, surgeon 
and oculist. 



181 2. 889 Bust of Mr. Bell. 

904 do. Mr. Baldwin. 
1814. 785 do. J. Nichols, F.S.A. 

807 do. a lady. 

1820. 1013 do. Wachul, Esq., 

Surgeon to the Small Pox 
Hospital. 

GIANNETTI, Raffaele Painter. 

7, Hacking's Hey, Liverpool. 

1881. 613 The Jester. 

Venice. 

1882. 867 A concert in the sixteenth 

century. 
1885. 511 "In maiden meditation, fancy 

free." 
1887. 619 "He loves me, he loves me 

not." 

GIBB, J Painter. 

Edinburgh. 
1827. 590 Interior of the gallery at Scone 
Palace, Perthshire, the seat 
of the Earl of Mansfield. 

GIBB, Robert, R.S.A Painter. 

15, Shandivick Place, 

Edinburgh. 
1882. 301 The thin red line, October 25, 

1854. 
1S84. 287 The last voyage of the Viking. 
1S86. 521 Henry M. Stanley. 

2, Bruntsfield Crescent, 

Edinburgh. 
1S93. loi Peter Glendinning, Esq. 

428 Sir Arthur Halkett, Bart., of 
Pitfirrane. 

GIBBINS, H.J Painter. 

Rosendale Lodge, Duhuich. 
1871. 784 Boulogne— low water. 

GIBBON, G Painter. 

7, Sacki'ille Street. 
18 1 8. 588 Mr. Gibbon. 

1821. 152 Portrait of a lady. 

GIBBONS, A Sculptor. 

14, Anderson Street. 
1869. 1276 Female head. 

GIBBONS, Francis Painter. 

Dennis Street, 

Dennis Park, 

Stourbridge. 
1895. 1081 Coldwell Rocks on the Wye. 

GIBBONS, J. T Medalist. 

54, Long Acre. 
1832. 1046 Head of Ariadne. 



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GIBBS, Miss Beatrice Painter. 

9, B/en/ieim Gardens. 
i8S8. 561 Friar Pacificus. "Thus have I 
laboured on and on." 

1890. 427 Kingsbury churchyard. 

1891. 1082 The dancing Girl. 

1893. '^^ "Righteousness and peace 

have kissed each other." 

1894. 242 Psyche mourning for Cupid. 

1895. 387 Paradise and the Peri. "One 

morn a Peri at the gate, 
etc." 

1896. 136 The pink veil. 

GIBBS, Charles Painter. 

Clifton Cotfai^e, Dorking. 
1878. 426 The woods in Spring. 

1399 An old water-mill, near Shere, 
Surrey. 
1883. 698 Evening in the wood, Dorking. 

1886. 453 Evening by the mill. 

Hillside., Cotman Dean, 

Dorking. 

1887. 85 The silent wood. 

1 888. 104 Woodland Solitude. 
1015 By the brook side. 

1889. 532 A cool retreat. 

Studio, South St., Dorking. 

1890. 1000 Late October. 

Falkland Road, Dorking. 
1S97. 550 The lonely wood. 
1899. 98 Moorland Mosses. 
709 A summer evening. 

GIBBS, Edward M Architect. 

Alliance Chambers, Sheffield. 

1874. 1202 Conservative Club, Manchester. 

15, St. James Ro'iV, Sheffield. 

1903. 1445 University College, Sheffield. 

1904. 144S Extension of the Sheffield Pub- 

lic Museum and the Mappin 
Art Gallery. 
{Sec Flockton and Gibes, vol. iii, paa;e 
128.) 

GIBBS, F.J Painter. 

1 2, Park Terrace, 

Camden Totvn. 
1854. 442 Disappointed. 

GIBBS, Henry Sculptor. 

S, Queen^s Roiv, Pimlico. 
1442 An Ideal head of Eurydice; a 
sketch. 

30, Eaton Street. 

1271 Sleep and death bearing the 

body of Sarpedon ; a sketch. 

1278 Posthumous medallion of a 

lady. 

1852. 1370 Rcbekah at the well; a sketch. 



1850. 



1851. 



1858. 
1865. 



1298 Summer. 
1050 Flora. 



9, Sherborne Street. 



1876. 

1877. 
1878. 



127 
142 



GIBBS, Henry Painter. 

43, Redcliffe Road, 

West Brompton. 
543 An old student. 

46, Redcliffe Road. 
325 A portrait. 
626 Bolt Tail, South Devon. 
A portrait. 
The pastures of the higher 

Alps. 
4, Clare Terrace, 

Richmond Road. 
1879. 939 A fine day in November. 

20, Neivman Street. 
On the coast of Cornwall. 
F. R. Pickersgill, Esq., R.A. 
12, Primrose Hill Studios. 
160 Poppies. "Poppies, 'tis known 

to all who rove, etc." 
245 A portrait. 

324 Mrs. Stephen Mackenzie. 
393 June. 
507 Cornish Cliffs. 
S61 The tug of war. "Half parts, 
mates, half parts." 
1885. 657 Intruders. 

I, Fitzroy Road, 

Regent'' s Park. 
547 The path to the farm. 



1880. 
1881. 

1882. 



1S83. 
1884. 



^47 



1886 
1S87 



North Cornwall — October. 
Bossiney Bay, N. Cornwall — 

sand diggers at work. 
"Where ocean's shattered 

spray, etc." 
1888. 437 Granite rocks near the Land's 

End. 
697 Hedgerow Elms. 
399 Major-General Mackenzie, late 

Colonel Commanding 2nd 

Batt. King's Own South 

Yorkshire regiment. 
A summer afternoon. 
The rising tide. 
Meta; a portrait. 
Tlie Hollies, 

Handcross, Craivley. 
King Arthur's Castle, Tintagel. 
Ella; a portrait. 
"Those isles where ocean's 

shattered spray, etc." 
Low tide in the mouth of the 

river. 



1S90. 



1S91. 
1893. 



1896. 
1897. 
1899. 

1901. 



796 

= 34- 
666 



S85 
463 
538 



362 
236 

527 



GIBBS, H. F Painter. 

59, Musemn St., Bloonisliury. 
1833. 31 Portrait of a lady. 



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GIBBS, Isaac A. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

64, CharlolU Street. 
1881. 1113 Window, Christ church, Hox- 

ton. 
1888. 1SS7 Window— Balaclava church, 
Melbourne. 
{See also Boehmer anij Gibbs, vol. i, 
page 221.) 

GIBBS, James Painter. 

23, Kennington Oval. 
1S40. 950 Railway Bridge over the 

Thames at Battersea, etc. 
1841. 944 View off Cape Finisterre. 

GIBBS, Miss Miniature Painter. 

36, Haymarket. 

1845. 826 Mr. John .Stow. 

GIBBS, Percy W Painter. 

479, Old Kent Road. 

1894. 852 "When daylight blends with 

the pensive shadows on 
evening's breast." 

136, Camden Road. 

1895. 406 A Welsh Moorland. 
756 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1897. 14 Miss Violet Matthews. 

4, The Mall, Haverstock Hill. 

1898. 975 Miss Nellie Coates. 

Riversdale, Finchley. 

1899. 999 The parasol. 

8, Albert Studios, S. IV. 

1900. 164 Muriel and Valerie, daughters 

of G. A. Phillips, Esq. 

1901. 822 The ancient mariner, etc. 

1902. 247 "Had I no eyes but ears, etc." 

St. Clements, East Molesey. 

1903. 18 The nymph of the pool. 

59, Glebe Place, S. IV. 

1904. 92 A Thames regatta — evening. 
784 Miss Ruby Peacock. 

GIBBS, Thomas Binnie Painter. 

I o, South Kinifs St., Manchester. 
1904. 813 Mrs. T. Binnie Gibbs. 

GIBERNE, Edgar Painter. 

Epsom. 

1876. 818 Parson Chowne; from Black- 

more's " Maid of Sker." 

1877. 129 Little Miss Moffet. 

740 " Whistle and I'll come to you, 
my lad." 

1878. 666 The pond on the green. 

GIBLETT, J Painter. 

Barnsbiiry Villa. 

1846. 6 Portrait of a young lady. 



GIBSON, Arthur A Architect. 

Old Bank Chambers, 

Harrogate. 
1894. 1657 Design for a house, etc. 

GIBSON, D Miniature Painter. 

I 7, Bedford Court, 

Covent Garden. 
1790. 293 Portrait of a lady. 
679 do. do. 

14, Broad St., Golden Sjuare. 

I 791. 304 Portrait of a young gentleman. 

II, Old Compton Street. 

1792. 763 A frame containing seven 

miniatures. 

22, Old Cavendish Street. 
1795- 479 Portrait of a gentleman. 
489 do. nobleman. 

501 do. an actress. 

545 do. a schoolboy. 

561 Children at play. 

GIBSON, David Cooke Painter. 

50, Manchester Street. 

1855. 37 Rustic Education. 
153 The little stranger. 

3, Melbourne Grove, 

Gilston Road. 

1856. 32S Un Corrillo Andaluz. 
1200 Pelando la Pava. 

(The late.) 

1857. 367 Gipsies of Seville. 

GIBSON, Miss Edith Painter. 

10, The Avenue, Fiilham Rd. 
1886. 694 Parting summer. 

GIBSON, Miss Edith M Painter. 

II, IVestbourne Square. 
1891. 52 Curable cases only. 

GIBSON, Edward Sculptor. 

44, Great Russell Street. 
1S75. 12S8 Portrait medallion. 

1290 do. do. 

1876. 1508 do. do. 

GIBSON, F Painter. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 
1786. 479 View of Whitby Abbey. 
517 do. do. 

GIBSON, G. Painter. 

44, Hackney Road. 
1837- 59- Bank, at Hampstead. 

621 Hayfield. 
1838. S59 Harrow -on-the-Hill from 
Hampstead. 



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GIBSON, John, R.A Sculptor. 

Birchfield, Liverpool. 
1816. 914 Bust of a young lady. 
924 do. H. Park, Esq. 
937 Psyche carried by Zephyrs. 
" To pleasure's blooming 
isle Their lovely charge they 
bear." 
1S17. 1032 Bust of Master S. W. Taylor. 
1034 do. Master J- W. W. 
Taylor. 
1819. 1205 Bust of Mrs. Watson Taylor. 

Rome. 
1S22. 1026 Bust of C. Ellison, Esq., 

M.P. 
1823. 1115 Bust of a nobleman. 
1827. 1124 Psyche borne by Zephyrs. 
1829. 1 199 Cupid; a statue in marble. 
1831. 1195 A nymph untying her sandal. 
1833. 117S Marble groupe of Venus and 
Cupid. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 
1835. 1048 A sleeping shepherd boy; a 
statue in marble. 
1050 Paris. 

(Elected R.A.) 

1837. 1164 A monumental statue. 

1169 A statue in marble, represent- 
ing Love disguised as a 
shepherd, etc. 

1178 A Group in marble, represent- 
ing Hylas surprised by the 
Naiades. 

1838. 1255 Narcissus. 

1839. 1297 Love cherishing the soul, while 

preparing to torment it. 
129S Venus and Cupid; a basso- 
relievo in marble. 
1303 Venus Verticordia. 
1S40. 1084 A basso-relievo in plaster, re- 
presenting Jocasta repressing 
the ire of her sons Eteocles 
and Polynices. ( Quotation 
from Euripides!) 
1105 A marble statueof the wounded 
Amazon. 
1 84 1. 1 23 1 A basso-relievo in marble. 

1236 Hero and Leander; a basso- 
relievo in marble. " In that 
dear embrace, etc." 
1844. 1266 Group in marble. 

1276 Colossal marble statue of the 
late Rt. Hon. Mr. Hus- 
kisson. 
1846. 1392 Portrait of the Hon. Mrs. 
Henry Murray; statue in 
marble. 
1848. 1317 Marble bust of Her Majesty 
Queen Victoria. 
1326 Statue in niaible of Aurora 



stepping upon the earth, 

scattering dew. 
1849. 1231 The Hours and the Horses of 

the Sun. 
1 85 1. 1267 Statue in marble of the late 

George Stephenson, Esq. 

1864. 869 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales. 

GIBSON, John Architect. 

1 1 , Park Street, Westmitnter. 

1858. 1024 National Bank of Scotland, 

Glasgow, etc. 

1042 Bodelwyddan Church at St. 

Asaph ; for Lady Willoughby 

de Broke. 

13, Great Queen Street. 

1 86 1. 667 Bodelwyddan Church, etc. 

1862. S33 Woodcote, Warwick; for H. C. 

Wise, Esq. 

1865. S05 National Provincial Bank of 

England, Threadneedle 

Street. 
814 do. do. 

1868. 842 Mausoleum (of Sicilian marble 
and granite). 

1870. 766 Dobroyd Castle; for John Fiel- 

den, Esq. 

187 1. 912 Town Hall, etc., Todmorden, 

etc. 
1873. 1177 Nutfield Priory, Surrey; for 
Joshua Fielden, Esq., M.P. 

1875. 957 Mrs. Fielden's Schools at Tod- 

morden. 
1024 City Bank, Exeter. 

1876. 1041 Dobroyd Castle, etc. 

1877. 1141 Society for Promoting Chris- 

tian Knowledge, etc., North- 
umberland Avenue. 

1878. 1092 Child and Co., Temple Bar. 

GIBSON, J. D Painter. 

3 1 , Cromer Street. 
1827. 119 Portrait. 

354 do. of a gentleman. 

GIBSON, James S Architect. 

40, Albany Street. 
i88y. 2005 A house at Sudbury. 

4, Gray's Inn Square. 
1901. 1639 Town Hall, etc., Walsall. 

GIBSON, Joseph J. 

Miniature Painter. 
2, Shamroek Terrace, Cork. 
1887. 1403 Miss Strangman. 

GIBSON, Joseph Vincent ... Painter. 

10, Merton Road, Kensington. 
1862. 1^45 Tlie parting gift. 



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24, Grosvenor Road, HoUoway. 

1866. 494 Carrying off the palm. 

1867. 106 A little busy bee. 

1 50, Maiden Road. 

1868. 134 Tired out. 

32, Pembroke Sqitai-e, 

Kensington. 

1884. 1354 Master Douglas Richardson. 

36, Pembroke Road. 
1888. 1021 Portrait of a gentleman. 

GIBSON, Miss Mary Josephine. 

Miniature Painter. 

32, Pembroke Square. 

1885. 1568 Miss Nellie Gibson. 

1886. 1352 Miss Marion Henderson. 

36, Pembroke Road. 

1887. 1 33 1 Miss Helen Garston. 

1374 Mrs. Jaspar M. Richardson. 

1 888. 1543 Mrs. Crompton Roberts. 
1556 Miss Crompton Roberts. 

1889. 1593 Master Reginald de la Rue. 
IS95 H.R.H. The Duke of Cam- 
bridge. 

1650 Mrs. de la Rue. 
iSgo. 1436 C. H. Crompton Roberts, Esq. 
143S Miss Kate S. JJeaton. 

1439 Sibyl, daughter of T. Andres De 

la Rue, Esq. 

1440 Mrs. A. de Mattos Mocatta. 
1481 Rita, daughter of A. de Mattos 

Mocatta, Esq. 
1 501 "Bruce." 
1543 Mrs. Edgar Bowring. 
1562 Miss Mildred Crompton- 

Roberts. 

1 89 1. 1515 The Hon. Mrs. Duff. 

1 5 16 George Alexander, Esq. 

1 5 17 The Lady May Catherine Pery. 

1518 Captain Wyndham Quin. 

1 519 Lady Florence Pery. 

1520 Lady Granville Gordon. 

1 52 1 Mrs. Arthur Young. 

1892. 1451 Hon. Edmund Colquhoun 

Pery. 

1452 The Earl of Limerick, K.P. 

1453 The Countess of Limerick. 

1454 Mrs. Gordon Cunard. 

1455 The Countess of Mar. 

1456 Noma, daughter of Lt.-Col. 

Neville L. Walford, R.A. 

1457 Mrs. T. Andros de la Rue. 

1458 Nigel, son of Arthur H. Young, 

Esq. 

1893. 1314 Miss Brett. 

1315 Miss Beatrice Felton. 

1 3 16 Augusta, youngest daughter of 

Sir William H. Flower, 
K.C.B. 

1 3 17 Lady Waldie Griffith. 



1893. 1318 Major E. H. Elliot. 

1319 Mrs. Lloyd. 

1320 Miss Constance Lloyd. 
77, Blenheim Creseenl, 

Lad broke Grove. 

1894. 1336 Mrs. Lort Phillips. 

337 Captain Neil Findlay. 

338 Mrs. Richard Christy. 

339 Mrs. Neil Findlay. 

340 Mrs. Douglas White. 

341 Mrs. George Lockett. 

342 Mrs. G. Wentworth Forbes. 
1S95. 1211 Master Vincent Earle. 

212 Master Harry Earle. 

213 Miss Maggie Earle. 

214 J. A. Shaw-Stewart, Esq. 

215 Mrs. Earle. 
ii6 Miss Grace Earle. 
217 Miss Dorothea Earle. 

1897. 1561 Mrs. Ernest de Blois Brenton. 

562 Earl Bathurst. 

563 Countess Bathurst. 

564 Lady Meriel Bathurst. 

1898. 139S Amabel, daughter of the late 
T. H. Earle, Esq. 

399 Olive, daughter of Fred Walton, 
Esq. 

400 Miss Selwyn-Payne. 
1900. 142 1 Mrs. Thomas Fielden. 

422 Violetta. 

423 Mrs. P. Jeffrey Mackie. 

1902. 11 II Miss Dorothy Graham. 

1903. 1062 Lady Portal. 

063 Miss Gertrude Denby. 

064 Mrs. H. Sutcliffe Smith. 

065 Col. Sir John Williams Walling- 
ton, K.C.B. 

1066 Lady Wallington. 

GIBSON, Peter Painter. 

Lower Marsh, Lambeth. 
1S05. 28 View of Libberton and the 
Pentland Hills near Edin- 
burgh. 
306 Colzen Castle, Ayrshire, the 
seat of the Earl of Cassilis. 
19, James Street, 

Lambeth Marsh. 

1806. 117 A study from nature. 

544 View of London from High- 
gate. 

1807. 62 View in Hyde Park. 

269 View on the Water of Leith. 

401 Bothwell Castle. 
751 View of Edinburgh. 

GIBSON, Robert W Architect. 

14, Albion Road, Clapham. 
1880. 1190 A town residence for a prince. 



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GIBSON, Solomon Sculptor. 

1816. 957 Mercury. 

Liverpool. 
1822. 1037 Bust in marble of J. Rosson, 



Esq. 



GIBSON, William A Painter. 

101,6'/. Vincent Street, Glasgoiv. 
1S98. 750 In the forest of Dean near 
Staunton. 

1899. 320 Harrowing. 

GIBSON (W. H.), CLARKE, and 
WARWICK Architects. 

Tlie Rookery, Wembley, 

Middlesex. 

1900. 171 7 House at Wembley Hill. 

GIBSON and RUSSELL. 

Architects. 

1 1 , Grays Inn Square. 
1S94. 1626 County Council offices, Wake- 
field. 
162S Bond Street fagade, etc., Wake- 
field. 
1S96. 1672 West Ham Public Library. 
1699 County Council, Wakefield. 
1 70 1 West Ham Library. 
1779 County Council, Wakefield. 
{See also Russell .\nd Gibson.) 



GIFFORD, George, Earl of. 



1854. 1467 Portrait. 



Sculptor. 



GIFFORD, E Architect. 

35, Great Toiver Street. 
1801. 857 The Chapel of the Corsini 
family, Rome. 
934 A villa now building. 
953 A family chapel and burial 
place in Northamptonshire. 

GIFFORD, E. A. Architect. 

5, King's Road, Fulham. 
1833. 1000 Military College, Sandhurst. 

1835. 961 Design for a House of Lords 

and Commons made in 1 792, 
etc. 

1836. 1034 Interior, Music Hall at Cob- 

ham Park, seat of the Coun- 
tess of Darnley. 

1837. 849 Preparing for an aquatic excur- 

sion; an idea. 

1838. 1219 An Idea for a palace. Coast of 

Kent. 

1839. 1239 Design for Nelson Memorial. 

1840. 927 Design, Marine Palace. 

184 1. 1092 Aquatic approach to a man- 

sion. 



GIFFORD, E. A Painter. 

5, King's Road, Fulham. 
1842. 481 The lesson neglected. 

16, Shaftesbury Crescent, 

Pimlico. 

1845. 601 Fountain of temperance. "Pride 

of the vale! etc." — Coleridge. 
22, Farnhorough Terrace, 

Battersea. 
1857. 565 The poor waiting the alms daily 
distributed by the Francis- 
can Brothers of San Miniato 
near Florence. 
1863. 447 The evening lesson. 
1867. 454 Conferring a decoration. 

Lansdowne, Bath. 
1870. 471 Dr. Bird. 

GIFFORD, F Painter. 

Cliftend House, Exmouth. 
1S54. 170 A young naturalist. 

GIFFORD, J Sculptor. 

1 7, University Street. 
1 84 1. 1 143 A lion and Lioness. 

Royal Polytechnic Inn. 

1542. 1 199 Medallic portrait cut out of 

stone. 

1543. 1353 Mr. John Rowe. 

1846. 1375 Intaglio, in cornelian, of a 

tiger. 

1847. i3o3*Intaglio, in cornelian, of an 

elephant. 

GIFFORD, R. S., N.A Painter. 

52, East 2yd Street, 

New York. 
1S81. 1374 The Coast of New England. 

GIHON, Albert D. Painter. 

59, Avenue de Sa.xe, Paris. 
1900. 294 The passing storm — Montigny- 
sur-Loing. 

GILARDI, Pier C Painter. 

8, Accademia Albertina, 

Turin, Italy. 
1895. 701 After the quest. 

GILBERT, Alfred, M. V.O.,R.A.,H.R.I. 

Sculptor. 

18, Via Basilio, Rome. 

1882. 1597 Kiss of Victory. 

1883. 1600 Study of a head; bronze. 

The Woodlands, 

89, Maida Vale. 

1884. 1699 Study of a head; bronze. 
1S55 Icarus. 

The Avenue, Fulham Road. 
1S86. 1757 Cyril Flower, Esq., M.P.; bust. 



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1886. 1762 The Enchanted chair; gioui). 
1912 M. R. Corbett, Esq.; medal, 

bronze. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1887. 1R19 "Post equitem sedet atra 

Cura." 
1904 Robert Glassby, Esq.; portrait 
sketch, head. 

1888. 1940 H.M. The Queen. Model of a 

statue for Winchester. 

1985 Sketch model for a collar, 
chain, and badge for the 
Corporation of Preston. 
i88g. 2065 Design for the reverse and ob- 
verse of medal for Art Union 
of London. 

2081 J. S. Clayton, Esq.; bust. 

2153 G. F. Watts, Esq., R.A.; bust. 

1891. 2007 Henry Tate, Esq. ; bust, bronze. 
2060 Daughter of Sir Dyce Duck- 
worth, M.D. ; bust, marble. 

206S Working model for a jewel in 
silver gilt and gold for the 
Institute of Painters in water 
colours. 

2069 Victory; statuette, silver. 

89, Maida Vale. 

1892. 1964 Sir George Birdwood, K.C.I. E., 

C.S.I. ; bust. 

1970 The late Baron Huddleston; 
posthumous bust. 

1999 Chain of office for the Corpora- 
tion of Preston, etc. 

2004 Comedy and Tragedy. " Sic 
vita"; statuette. 
(Elected R.A.) 

16, Maida Vale. 
1894. 1849 Sketch model of the tomb of 
H.R.H. the late Duke of 
Clarence and Avondale, K.G. 
To be placed in the Memorial 
Chapel, Windsor. 
1S96. 1S85 Sir Richard Owen, K.C.B., 
F.R.S.; bust. 

1890 Sir George Grove, D.C.L., 
LL.D.; bust. 

1909 St. George; statuette, alumin- 
ium and ivory. 

1897. 1979 Gold medal, cast and chased 

for St. Bartholomew's Hos- 
pital in memory of Sir Wil- 
liam Lawrence, Bart. 
2090 Ewer and rose water dish; sil- 
ver. Presented to H.R.H. 
the Duke of York, K.G, by 
the officers of the Brigade of 
Guards. 
(Created M.V.O.) 

1898. 1924 Lionel Smythe, Esq., A.R.A. ; 

sketch, bust. 
III. 



1899. 1925 Sketch: working model for 

bronze screen at Whipping- 
ham. 

1900. 1067 Thoby, son of Val Prinscp, 

E.sq., R.A.; head, bronze. 
2020 Mrs. Henry Cust; bust. 
2051 Baptismal font in memoriam 

Johannes Botteville Thynne, 

son of the late Marquess of 

Bath. 
62, Warrington Crescent, IV. 

1903. 1763 My mother; bust. 

Bruges, Belgium. 

1904. 1714 The mother of the 9th Sym- 

phony; bust study of a head 
for a contemplated monu- 
mental homage to Beet- 
hoven. 

GILBERT, Arthur Painter. 

(A Member of the Williams family.) 

15, Catherine Street, Strand. 
1842. 277 View on the backwater, Brent- 
ford. 
1S43. 311 A Weir on the Thames. 

510 A bye road in Knowle Park. 

1844. 47 Gypsies encam[)ed. 

The Green, ]]\ybridgc, .Surrey. 

1845. 494 A Watermill in Kent. A shower 

coming on. 
Hawthorn Cottage, 

Hammersmith. 

1846. 617 A lock on the Thames. 

1847. 250 Autumnal moonlight — water- 

ing cattle. 
1208 The skirts of a wood. 

1848. 37 Scene in a wood: moving tim- 

ber — autumn. 
417 On the Thames at Wargrave. 

1849. 581 On the banks of a river — mid- 

day. 

1850. 1247 Shiplake Church, Oxon. 
1S53. 262 A Welsh gate, painted from 

nature. 
597 A rising moon. 
1265 Autumn: a river scene. 

1854. 19 Decline of day. 

1855. 104 The shades of Evening. 

629 Midday on the banks of a river. 
i860. 327 Evening on the lake of Bala, 
North Wales. 
563 Mountain mist. 

1862. 24S Night. 

576 Barmouth Valley — noon. 

1863. 196 Fording the stream — moonrise. 
;i6 Acalm evening in North Wales. 
538 Moonlight scene. 

616 " When day with evening blend- 
ing, etc." 

1864. 246 A calm evening. 

H H 



234 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gilbert, Arthur — continued. 
1864. 250 A calm night. 

573 Autumnal evening near Bedd- 
gelert, North Wales. 

1866. 127 Night, near Ventnor, Isle of 

Wight. 
211 Noon, near Llanberris. 
451 Noon, in North Wales. 
453 A hazy night on the south 

coast. 

1867. 162 Noon on the west coast of 

Scotland. 
531 Twilight after a rainy day. 
730 Moonlight on the sea at Eccles- 

bourne. 
755 Moonlight on a ragged coast. 

1868. S4 Moonrise o'er the sea. 

116 Looking from the cliffs at 

night. 
201 A winter's night in the Pass of 

Glencoe. 
752 Evening near Ewhurst, Surrey. 

1870. 115 A bright summer's night in 

Glencoe. 

187 1. 388 Moonlight on the mountains, 

Llyn Idwal, North Wales. 
Melrose Villa, Redhill. 

1873. 40 A summer noon on the Tenby 

coast. 
De Tillcns, Limpsfald, Surrey. 

1874. 1038 Night in Egypt — overflowing 

of the Nile. 

1877. 199 A hazy day in Snowdonia. 

1881. 567 Night at Crockham Hill, Sur- 
rey. 

1885. 321 A bright night, Llyn Idwal, 
Norlh Wales. 
5, Canterbury Road, 

West Croydon. 

1894. 452 Midnight in Egypt — overflow 
of the Nile. 



GILBERT, Achille Isidore. 

Etcher, etc. 

4, Rue des Grande Degrcs, 

Paris. 
1882. 1271 On the alert. After Rosa Bon- 
heur; etching. 
1280 A foraging party. After Rosa 
Bonheur; etching. 
1884. 1409 Harvest home in olden times. 
14 10 Return from the chase in olden 
times. 



GILBERT, Mrs. E Painter. 

4, Henry Street, 

Regent's Park. 
1843 347 Portrait of her daughter. 



GILBERT, Miss Ellen Painter. 

I'anbrugh Park, Blackhcath. 
1878. 762 The old song book. 

GILBERT, Mrs. G. M Painter. 

1856. IC49 Sketch in Hampstead Fields. 

GILBERT, Horace W Painter. 

Melrose Villa, Redhill. 
1873. 760 Kittiwakes. 

De Tillens, Limpsfield. 
1S75. 752 "How pleasant the life of a 

bird must be, etc." 
1878. 775 The sea-eagle's throne. 

1884. 1645 Meadows at Limpsfield, Sur- 

rey. 

1885. 986 Hay cutting at Hever Castle, 

Kent. 



GILBERT, Sir John, R.A., P.R. JV.S. 

Painter. 

Montpelicr Row, Blackhcath. 
1838. 319 Portrait of a gentleman. 

27, Pet tiers Street. 

1840. 310 The arrival of Abbot Boniface 

at the town of Glendeary. 
{Monaster)'.) 
17, Montpclier Row, 

Blackhcath. 

1841. iioi Holbein painting the portrait 

of Anne Boleyn. 
1S42. 1070 Don Quixote and Sancho's first 
interview with the Duke and 
Duchess. 

1844. 94^ Do'i Quixote disputing with 

the priest and the barber 
the merits of the great 
Knights errant of antiquity, 
etc. 

1845. 548 King Henry IV, Part II, act 

iii, scene i. "Can'st thou, 
O partial sleep, etc." 

1846. 176 Desdemona. "My mother had 

a maid called Barbara, etc." 
689 The Emperor Charlemagne in- 
specting the schools. 

Not satisfied with merely found- 
ing academies, he often visited 
them to see that their objects were 
efficiently carried out ; gave direc- 
tions concerning the studies to be 
pursued ; ascertained the progress 
of tlie scliolars by personal exa- 
mination ; encouraged the diligent, 
and threatened the idle and dull 
with his displeasure. 

1847. 1183 Don Quixote at the Castle of 

the Duke experiences in 
person the honours which 



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235 



he had read were paid to his 
predecessors, the great 
Knights-errant of antiquity. 
Mill Collage, Blackheath. 

1849. 405 "Master and man ahghted 

from their beasts, and, seat- 
ing themselves at the foot of 
the trees, Sancho, who had 
had his afternoon's collation 
on that day, entered abruptly 
the gates of sleep. But Don 
Quixote, whose imagination, 
much more than hunger, 
kept him waking, could not 
close his eyes. On the con- 
trary, he was hurried in 
thought to and from a 
thousand places." 

1850. 594 Touchstone and the shepherd 

in the Forest of Arden. 

1851. 4'-S The destruction of Job's flock. 

" The fire of God has fallen 
from Heaven, etc." 

21, Berners Si reel. 
1863. 4S0 The army on the march. The 
rearguard with the baggage 
waggons. 

Blackheath. 
1867. 564 Rembrandt. 

Va?ihrugh Park, Blackheath. 
1S71. 461 Convocation of clergy. 
(Elected A.R.A. and Knighted.) 

1872. 4J King Charles I leaving West- 

minster Hall after sentence 
of death had been passed. 

As he went through the h.nll 
there was another cry for justice 
and execution. Here, says White- 
lock, we may tal<e notice of the 
abject baseness of some vul;;ar 
spkits, who, seeing the King in 
that condition, endeavoured, in 
their small capacity, further to 
promote his misery, that they 
might a little curry favour with 
the present powers, and pick 
thanks of their then superiors. 

1873. 593 The first Prince of Wales. 
643 Naseby. 

It was on this high moor- 
ground, in the centre of England, 
that King Charles, on the 14th of 
June, 1645, fought his last battle; 
dashed fiercely against the new- 
model army, which he had des- 
pised till then; and saw himself 
shivered utterly to ruin thereby. 
. . . Prince Rupert, on returning 
from his plunder, finds the King's 
infantry a ruin ; prepares to charge 
ag.^in with the rallied cavalry ; 
but the cavalry too when it came 
to the point broke all asunder — 
never to reassemble more. 



1874. 
1875- 



620 The Field of the Cloth of Gold, 

etc. 
227 Tewkesbury Abbey: Queen 

Margaret carried prisoner to 

Edward after the battle of 

Tewkesbury. 

365 Mrs. Gilbert. 
540 Don Quixote and Sancho at 

the Castle of the Duke and 
Duchess. 

Don Quixote then dressed him- 
self, girt on his sword, threw the 
scarlet mantle over his shoulders, 
put on a green satin montera 
which the damsels had given him, 
and thus equipped, marched out 
into the great saloon where the 
Duchess's ladies were drawn up, 
all of them provided with flagons 
of perfumed water for washing his 
hands, which they administered 
with many reverences and cere- 
monies. 

139 Crusaders. "They rein their 

steeds, etc." 
165 Richard II resigning the crown 
to Bolingbroke, etc. 
1304 Portraits of two sisters. 

(Elected R.A.) 
^201 Cardinal Wolsey at Leicester 
Abbey, etc. 

366 Doge and senators of Venice 
in council. 

216 Ready! 

550 May-dew. "From peaceful 
slumber waking, etc." 

403 The return of the Victors. 

275 King Henry VI, Second Part, 
act iii, scene 2. In an in- 
ner chamber Gloster is dis- 
covered dead in his bed, 
Warwick and others standing 
by it, etc. 

365 Evening. "A setting sun 
should leave a track of glory 
in the skies." 
1881. 149 Fair St. George. 

Smiting the dragon with his 
spear, he was sorely wounded .and 
thrown down. Then St. George 
called to the Princess to bind her 
girdle about the dragon's neck, 
and not be afeared. The dragon 
followed as it had been a meke 
beest and debonayre, and she led 
him into the city. 

18S2. 321 " Crabbed age and youth can- 
not live together, etc." 
Si 3 A fight for the standard. 
1507 Winchelsea, Sussex. 
20 Don Quixote and Sancho at 

the castle of the Duke. 
231 A trumpeter. 



1876. 



1877. 



1878. 



1879. 
1880. 



1883. 



236 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gilbert, Sir 

tinned. 

1883. -^^ 
■494 

1884. 258 



1885. 269 
869 

1886. 179 



1S87. 247 

1888. 266 

1889. 293 



1S90. 186 
1891. 225 



317 



1892. 

1893. 

1896. 
1897. 


264 
141 

244 
292 




370 


GILBERT, 


1844. 


90 
528 


1845. 
1846. 


522 

5'7 


1848. 

1853- 
1856. 


S60 

43' 
.76 



1857. 316 



1858. 4^0 
1864. 241 



John, R.A., P.R. W.S.—coti- 

Thomas a Becket. 

The baron's raid. 

The morning of the battle of 
Agincourt. "Yon island 
carrions, etc." 

A standard bearer. 

A gipsy encampment. 

The Slain dragon. " But when 
they came where that dead 
dragon lay, etc." 

Sir Lancelot du Lake. "She 
brought him to a river then, 
etc." 

Breaking up the encampment. 

Ego et re.x meus. " My life 
itself, and the best heart of 
it, etc." 

"Onward." 

Don Quixote discourses upon 
arms and letters to the com- 
pany at the inn, etc. 

Don Quixote's niece and house- 
keeper. 

A Venetian Council of War. 

On the road to the horse fair. 

An outpost. 

Landscape. 

The ford. 

John Graham, R.S.A. 

Painter. 

York hill., Glasgoiv. 

A lady with flowers. 

The peartree well: a romantic 
well on the banks of the 
Kelvin, near Glasgow. 

Females at a fountain. 

Christ in the Garden. " Touch 
me not, etc." St. John xx, 

17- 
John Gibson, Esq., R.A. 
The young mother. 
Sir John Watson Gordon, R.A., 

P.R.S.A. Tainted for the 

Academy. 
The late John Burns, M.D., 

F.R.S., Member of the Li- 

stitute of France, etc. 
Mrs. Speirs Elderslie. 
A Roman girl. 



1815. 
1816. 



1841. 
1846. 



461 Design for an obelisk. 
280 Landscape. 

26, Bennett Street, 

Blackfriars Road. 
494 Landscape — evening. 
ii8i An overshot mill. 



GILBERT 

1847. 953 

1000 

loi 3 

1848. 7" 
775 

1849. 930 

1850. 650 
963 

1851. SS4 



GILBERT, Joseph Francis. ..Painter. 

137, IIi:^h Street, Portsmouth. 

1813. 391 Land.scape and figures; com- 

position. 

1814. 47 The rustic traveller crossing 

the stile. 



1852. 
IS54. 


9:S 
1013 

ioo5 




1022 


1855- 
1856. 


1023 

1057 

917 




93° 
965 


1857- 


93° 




954 


1858. 


8+s 


IS59. 


8s6 
858 
701 
967 




9S9 




1003 


i860. 


756 




772 




793 


1S6I. 


730 



Josiah Painter. 

Alarden Ash, near Ongar. 

Rev. John M. Heath, M.A., 
Vicar of Enfield. 

Mrs. Buxton. 

T. Fowell Buxton, Esq. 

The Marquess of Downshire. 

Portraits of two children, Janie 
and Grace Taylor. 

Mrs. Webb and children. 

Lord Edward Hill, M.P. 

Two schoolboys of St. Peter's 
College, Radley. 

Henry Bullock, Esq. 

Mrs. Tipping and her child- 
ren. 

William Tiffing, Esq. 

Portraits of three children. 

Portraits of the children of 
N. Nicholson, Esq. 

Mrs. Henry Allon and child. 

Isaac Tayler, Esq. 

Children of Mrs. Donkin. 

Daughters of Hon. Gerald Tal- 
bot. 

The Hon. Gerald Talbot. 

Sons of the Hon. Gerald Tal- 
bot. 

Mrs. Edmund Hornby and 
child. 

The daughter of the late Mrs. 
Maglin Theed. 

Mrs. Squire and her child- 
ren. 

A little brunette. 

Mrs. Vaillant and her son. 

Lady Pilkington and her son. 

Children of William Tipping, 
Esq. 

Dressing for Christmas Eve: 
children of Rawston Storey, 
Esq. 

Children of Francis Lupton, 
Esq. 

Children of William Cursham, 
Esq. 

T. E. Hoole, Esq, Mayor of 
Sheffield. 

Gertrude and Maud, daughters 
of the Rev. Henry Allon. 

5, llaymarket. 

Children of Richard Lee, Esq. 



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237 



1864. 628 Son of Fleetwood Churchill, 

Esq. 

1865. 673 Edith Garlant. 

709 The sons of Dr. Falls. 

GILBERT, J. M Painter. 

1 7, Prospect Place, 

JJ'ands'ioori/i. 
1825. 323 A Dutch boat getting under 
weigh. 

Lyming/on, Hatits. 
1855. 991 Fort Victoria, Sconce Point, 
near Yarmouth, Isle of 
Wight. 

GILBERT, Miss Minnie P. W. 

Painter. 

93, Paris Street, Exeter. 
1889. 1040 Fruit. 

GILBERT, Mrs Painter. 

f/c Day and Son, 

Gate Street, Lincoln'' s Inn. 
1865. 710 Rocks at Bettws-y-Coed. 

GILCHRIST, Herbert H. ... Painter. 

5, Mount Vernon, Hampstead. 
1880. 568 A game of nine-pins in New 
England. 
Keats' Corner, 

12, Well Ro ail, Hampstead. 
1882. 215 The end of the day's work. 
1885. 89 The sculptor's lesson. 
1S86. 907 The Infanta's Rose. 

Arts Club, Hanover Square. 
1894. 162 The entrance of Cleopatra into 
Tarsus. 

25, Suffolk Street, Pall Mall. 
1S96. 923 Mrs. Anne Gilchrist. 

GILCHRIST, Philip T Painter. 

Danehurst, Morley Road, 

Southport. 

1900. 441 The fairy tree. 

20, Park Road, Southport. 

1 90 1. 5 8 An iron barque. 
1903. 740 Fishers of Phaleron. 

GILDAWIE, James Painter. 

16, Frith Street, Soho. 
1836. 2S6 A Troubadour. "He tunes his 
lute, and fills the hall with 
song, etc." 

GILDER, Henry Painter. 

At Air. Thomas Sandhys, 

Windsor Great Park. 
'773- "+ ^ view in Windsor Park. 



1774. 104 A view of Beaufort Buildings in 
the Strand; a stained draw- 
ing. 

1776. 11+ North-east view of Windsor 
Castle. 
115 h. view from nature. 

1778. 129 Two landscapes; drawings. 

GILES, Miss Alice B Painter. 

166, Latnbeth Road, S.E. 
1903. 1433 Dawn. 



GILES, C. E Architect. 

54, Westbourne Park Road. 
1S64. 809 Hagley, South Carolina, 
America, the seat of P. 
Weston, Esq. 



GILES, Major Godfrey Douglas. 

Painter. 

clo Conivay and Co., 

9, Charlotte Street. 

1884. 146 Study of Palms, Cairo. 

1 1 a, Oxford and Catnbridge 

Mansions. 

1885. 1068 The battle of Tamai, Soudan 

Campaign, 1884. 

On reaching the point where 
the Arabs had charged down upon 
the leading brigade, the guns 
which had been abandoned when 
Davis's square was brol<en were 
recovered. Alinost at the same 
moment a fresh body of the enemy 
were seen issuing from a broad, 
deep, roclty ravine, in which they 
had been lying concealed, this 
time in even denser numbers than 
before. Our troops met the on- 
slaught with the utmost steadi- 
ness. 

Bolton Studios, Redcliffe Road. 

1886. 960 Charge of the 19th (Princess of 

Wales') Hussars at El-Teb, 
Soudan, 1884. 

Some thirty horsemen rode 
boldly against the whole advanc- 
ing squadron. Three came safely 
straight through, and undismayed 
by the shock they had survived, 
or the second line sweeping down 
upon them, wheeled their horses, 
and actually hesitated not to hunt 
in full pursuit the squadrons 
whose superior power they had 
so narrowly escaped. 

To7i'er House, Tite Street. 
18S7. 4«6 An incident at the Battle of 
Tamaai, Eastern Soudan, 
March 13, 1884. 



238 



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Giles, Major Godfrey Douglas — con- 
tinued. 

4, Trafalgar Studios, 

Manresa Road. 
1888. 167 The " feed " in a horse artillery 
troop stable. 

GILES, James William, R.S.A. 

Painter. 

Bo7i Accord Street, Aberdeen. 
1830. 361 The errand Boy. 
1854. 127 Study in the Balloch Bhuie, 

Dee side, Aberdeen. 

GILES, John Architect. 

1 86 1. 660 Villa near Cork, Ireland. 

2, Verulam Buitdings. 

1862. 858 Villa, Wimbledon Park, for 

John Reeve, Esq. 

1863. 915 The Langham Hotel, etc. 

28, Craveji Street. 

1865. 771 Richmond Hill Hotel, etc. 

1866. 772 Exterior of Christ Church, 

Gipsy Hill. 
1894. 1592 Residence at Monaco. 

GILES (John) and GOUGH. 

Architects. 

28, Craven Street. 
1874. 1087 Schools in Wilniot Street, 
Bethnal Green, for London 
School Board. 
1104 Norfolk County School. 
1878. loSo Cavendish College, Cambridge. 
1882. 1 1 75 Crewkerne Grammar School, 
Somerset. 

GILES, GOUGH, and TROLLOPE. 

Architects. 

28, Craven Street. 
1890. 1878 Cavendish College, Cambridge. 

GILES, John Alfred Painter. 

9, Herbert Street, 

Neiv North Road. 
1849. 476 The young mechanician — a boy 
taking a clock to pieces. 
2, High Street, Islington. 

1854. 46 Sweets in captivity. 

1855. 339 A portrait. 
952 Portrait. 

125, Minories. 
1862. 92 A portrait. 

GILES, John West Painter. 

Bon Accord Street, Aberdeen. 
1830. 371 The Brig of Balgounie over the 
river Don, old Aberdeen. 
389 Composition from scenery in the 
neighbourhood of Rome. 



1831. 



94, Upper Seymour Street. 
17 Saint Oswald's Well. 

64, Bon Accord Street, Aberdeen. 
1844. 80 Sabine shepherds with their 
wolf dogs. 
1048 View on the river Findhorn, 
near the Heronry, Moray- 
shire. 
27, Stanhope Street, 

Ha mp stead Road. 
1848. 577 Hounds at Fault. 



medallions. 



GILES, Miss Margaret M.... Sculptor. 

60, JVevern Square. 

1894. 1762 Three portrait medallions. 

3, Gainsborough Road Studios, 
Bedford Park. 

1895. 1669 Ulysses and Euryclea; relief, 

lead. 

1692 Virgin and Child; relief 

1693 Miss Stael von Holstein; 

medallion. 

1694 Medal for hospital nurses. 

1695 Miss Frances Harley; medal- 

lion. 

1896. 1913 Hero; statuette. 

1897. 1962 Relief, alabaster: "They see 

thework of their own hearts." 
— Shelley. 

2016 Grace Helena, daughter of the 
late H. C. Saunders, Esq., 
Q.C. 

2098 Prof Ayrton, 
F.R.S. 
Dr. W. H. Til- 
den, F.R.S. 

60, Nevern Square. 

1898. 1S22 "He shall give his angels charge 

over thee"; group. 
1870 Medal for the Royal Horti- 
cultural Society, etc. 
1877 Miss Clara Paul; relief 
(Now Mrs. B. M. Jenkin.) 
52!, Campdcn Street, 

Campden Hill. 

1900. 1914 In memoriam; group, marble. 

" He shall give his angels, 
etc." 

1901. 1706 "After nineteen hundred years, 

and still they crucify"; 
group. 

1902. 1667 James W. Barclay, Esq.; bust. 
1904. 18 1 1 Pilgrim with scrip; statuette. 

GILES, R. H Miniature Painter. 

King Street, Gravesend. 
1S26. 6S5 Portrait of a young lady. 

1827. 6S1 do. his sister. 

1828. 863 do. a young lady. 

1829. 661 Mr. II. W. Giles. 



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239 



1830. 845 Miss Fanny Sidney. 

1831. 675 Portrait of a lady. 

1832. 697 Miss Marten. 
788 A. S. Rich, Esq. 

845 Portrait of a gentleman. 
85; Mrs. Matthews. 
89S R. H. Marten, Esq. 

1833. 908 Mrs. Roper. 

923 D. R. Roper, Esq. 

1834. 759 Mr. H. W. Giles. 
793 Portrait of a lady. 

1835. 694 Portraits of two sisters. 
795 The -late Mr. James Giles. 

7, Hanover Street. 

1836. 500 Mr. G. Sheppard. 

48, Park Street, Islington. 

1838. 757 Portrait of a gentleman. 
936 Miss Anne Harding. 

1839. 637 Mr. Bevan Giles. 
1053 Portrait of a lady. 

1840. 810 Georgiana — a portrait. 

1841. 860 Portrait of an artist. 

1842. S69 do. a lady. 

1843. 831 do. a young lady. 

1844. 861 The Rev. William Evans, late 

of Tavistock. 

1845. 743 A study. 

12, Park Place. 
1847. 778 Maria— a portrait. "While 
beauty's deeply pictured 
smiles impart, etc." 

I'lymouth. 

1849. 699 Portrait of a lady. 

1850. 965 A study from nature. 

1851. 850 Bessie — a portrait. 

1852. 726 Annie. 

1853. 660 G. C. Call, Esq. 
672 Portrait of a lady. 

748 William Jacobson, Esq. 

1854. 6S0 W. H. Hawkins, Esq. 

Oxford Lodge, GilstonRd.,S. W. 

1855. 94S Hush! 
iiiS Meditation. 

Hereford House, Bayswater. 

1856. 628 St. James's. 

1857. 743 Mrs. Giles. 

1858. 6S4 Robert Dalglish, Esq., M.P. for 

Glasgow. 

7, Step he f I Crescent. 

1859. 925 A sketch. 

1S60. 830 "Without the smile from 
tial beauty won, etc." 
852 John Hawkshaw, Esq. 

1 86 1. 789 News from abroad. "Heavi- 
ness may endure for a night, 
etc." 

1867. S43 "Eyes not down dropt, nor 
over bright, etc." 

1S71. ion Jeanie, daughter of James Dun- 
lop, Esq., of Tolcross. 



par- 



GILES, William Painter. 

68, London Road, Reading. 

1899. 1541 Study of a dog. 

1900. 1607 Study. 



GILL, Captain Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

Lieut. Gill. 
1834. 238 A Tuda, or inhabitant of the 
summit of the Neilgherry 
Hills, in the Southern penin- 
sula of India, a primitive 
race, differing in religion, 
and in every mode of life, 
from all the nations and 
people of India. 

Captain Gill. 
471 Portrait of a lady. 



1838. 

1840. 58 5 Horses. 



GILL, Charles Painter. 

At Sir Joshua Reynolds's. 
1772. 104 A portrait. 

1774. IC2 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 
103 Ditto. 

Edgar's Buildings, Bath. 

1775. 132 Portrait of a young gentleman; 

whole length. 

133 Portrait of a gentleman; three- 

quarters. 

134 Portrait of a lady; three-quar- 

ters. 

7, Air Street, Piccadilly. 
1781. 8 Portrait of a Spanish dog and 
terrier. 
162 Portrait of an Italian grey- 
hound. 
164 Portrait of a fox dog. 
233 An old Rustic and boy. 
No initial, 

6, Portland Street, Soho. 
1795. 119 An old man's head. 

C. Gill, i2„/a?nes Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 
1810. 209 Portrait of an artist. 

17, Chandler Street. 

1818. 410 The Prodigal Son. 

18 19. 466 Mr. Smith. 



GILL, Christopher Architect. 

20, Huntley Street, 

Bedford Square. 
1879. 1155 Design for a hall. 

9, Fitzroy Street. 
1884. 1 317 Design for hall, etc. 
1886. 1565 do. morning room. 



240 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GILL, E Painter. 

At Mr. Wanvick's, 

145, Strand. 
1 8 10. S09 Evening: Wearied sportsmen. 



GILL, 


Edmund Painter. 






Linn Villa., 






Carslialton Road, Sutton. 


1874. 


1399 


Fall of the river Clyde, Stone- 
tyres, Scotland. 


1875- 


238 


Storm subsiding on a rocky 
coast. 


1876. 


4zS 


A romantic river scene, with 
rapids after rain. 


1878. 


1356 


Waterfall. 




13S9 


Torrents from the mountains. 


1882. 


375 


The north-west coast of Corn- 
wall. 


1883. 


301 


The Gull rock: off Kynance 
Cove, Cornwall. 


1884. 


585 


Off the Lizard, coast of Corn- 
wall — storm subsiding. 




657 


The torrent — Dolgelly, North 
Wales. 


1885. 


1022 


The Lizard Head, coast of 
Cornwall. 


1886. 


1044 


A rapid river. 


GILL, 


Edw Painter. 






59, IVarren Street, 






Fitzroy Square. 


1842. 


'257 


Peasants distressed in a thunder- 
storm. 
40, Frederick Place, 

Hampstead Road. 


1844. 


144 


Rocky scene — autumnal even- 
ing. 




59S 


River scene after a shower. 


1845. 


25 


Storm and shipwreck. 




47 


The tempest. 




■37 


A rural scene — evening. 


1846. 


'79 


View of London. 



676 A storm scene at St. Gowan's, 
south coast of Wales ; to the 
left of the picture is the 
Sainted Rock. 
1847. 440 Rocky entrance to a cavern, 
coast of South Wales. 
Matlock, Derbyshire, 

and Liverpool. 

1849. 1177 A river scene — mild winter 

evening. 

1850. 45 Rocky scene, with the coast — 

sunset. 
961 Scene on the margin of a lake. 
I, Liarwood Place, 

Hampstead Road. 

185 1. 74 Rocky coast, with ruins — sun- 

set. 



1851. 


488 


Lake, on the summit of Cader 

Idris, North Wales. 
98, Gloucester Place, 

Kentish Town. 


1853- 


606 


Landscape — Evening. 

13, Camden Terrace West. 


1855- 


56. 


In the green lane. 
1 1 , Jeffrey's Terrace, 

Kentish Toicn. 


1856. 


152 


A forest stream — evening. . 
4 1 , Rochester Road, 

Camden Tmrn. 


1857- 


65, 


Sketch from nature. 


1858. 


663 


Sketch on Hampstead Heath. 
29, Nelson Terrace, 

Hampstead Road. 


i860. 


375 


Fall of the river Llugwy, Betts- 
y-Coed, North Wales. 


I86I. 


'34 


Waterfall, Cum Camlanr, North 
Wales. 




623 


Rhaiadr Du, Dol-y-Melynen, 

North Wales. 


IS62. 


178 


Cascade, Perth-lwyd, North 

Wales. 




620 


A Welsh river scene. 




974 


Early winter — North Wales. 


lsr.3. 


49 


By the old roadside, Bettws-y- 
Coed. 




103 


Fall on the river Llugwy, 
Bettws-y-Coed. 




594 


The cataract. "Smooth to the 
shelving brink a copious 
flood, etc." 


1864. 


81 


Cascade on the river Lochy, 
Glen Lochy, Scotland. 




260 


On the river Lledr, North 
Wales. 




390 


On the river Lledr, North 
Wales; Pont-y-Pant in the 
distance. 


1866. 


250 


Storm on the coast. 




325 


Fall on the river Clyde, Cora 

Linn. 
33, Gairford Street, 

Kentish Town. 


IS67. 


36 


On the banks of a river. North 
Wales — morning. 




142 


Cottage scene on the banks of 
a river, North Wales — even- 




467 


ing. 

Storm on a rocky coast: wreck 

of a merchant vessel. The 

vessel painted liy ]V. A. Knell. 

18, Doughty Street. 


1868. 


'99 


Storm and shipwreck on a 
rocky coast. "Welcome to 
their roar, etc." 

Florence Villa, 

King Henry's Road. 


1869. 


141 


The waters dividing the dry 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



241 



land. " And Ciod said, let 
the waters under the heaven, 
etc." 

1869. 265 The river Neath at PcnJDOUt, 

South Wales. 
519 Cilhepate \Vaterfall, Vale of 

Neath, South Wales. 
360 Lower Fall of the river Neath. 
502 Rapids on the river Clyde. 

1870. 229 Fall of the River Cain, North 

Wales. 

354 Fall on the Tummel, Scotland. 

399 A rapid river in the High- 
lands. 

1 87 1. 475 AVaterfall. 

1872. 500 Rapids. 

927 Falls of the Rhcidol near Pont- 
a-Mynach, South Wales. 



1883. 1086 Spring. 



8, Boiv Churchyard. 



GILL, E. W Painter. 

Elm Cottage, Hereford. 
1843. 2S6 Study of trees from nature. 

495 Study from nature: Vale of 

Festiniog. 
622 Interior: Dead Game. 

Portfield Cottage, Hereford. 
1847. 49 Dead Partridge. 
379 Dead Teal. 

I, Hanvood Place. 

1851. 217 Brace of partridges. 

28, Shaftesbury Street. 

1852. 259 Dead Game. 

1854. 901 Dead teal. 
942 do. 

1855. 72 Dead Game. 
322 Dead Teal. 

GILL, J Painter. 

55, Great Portland Street. 
1809. 269 A sketch from nature, near 
the village of Bradpole, 
Dorset. 

GILL, J. S Painter. 

9, Upper Montague Street. 
1847. 382 The Temple of Victory Ap- 
teros at Athens. 

GILL, R Painter. 

28, Swalloza Street. 
1807. 27S Portrait of a young lady. 
cjo H. Howard, Esq., 

5, New?na?t Street. 

1824. 264 A portrait. 

1825. 838 Portrait of a friend. 

GILL, R. A Painter. 

38, Gilbert Street, 

Kenni?igton Lane. 
1872. 1159 Temple Bar. 
III. 



GILL, William Painter. 

28, Surry Street, Strand. 
1827. 18 Listening to the Violin. 
1S29. 247 Blowing bubbles. 
252 The dancing dog. 

1830. 152 The itinerant; a sketch. 
153 Boys with a prisoner. 
219 The launch. 

1 83 1. 153 Rev. W. H. Greene. 

279 Rev. Edward Hannam, M.A. 
323 P. Cosgreve, Esq. 

1832. 264 Portrait of a gentleman. 
966 Lieut. M. C. Friend, R.N. 

Leamitigton, Warwickshire. 
1838. 216 Blowing Bubbles. 
31 1 Firing a cannon. 
1S39. 10 The young bird. 
1841. 342 Village scene. 

508 Mrs. Hargreaves and child. 
10, Portland Place, 

Leamington. 
1844. loS Portrait of a gentleman. 
7, Park Terrace, 

Camde?t Town. 

1854. 323 Sleep. 

GILL, W. W Painter. 

Linney Cottage, Ludlow. 

1855. 482 Scene of Gray's " Elegy." 

Cliff Cottage, Ludlow. 

1858. 541 The brook. 

1859. 401 Spring. 

388, Euston Road. 

1863. 575 Woodland scene, Kenilworth. 

1864. 23 In North Wales. 

1868. 450 Llolton Lane, near Oakley 
Park, Shropshire. 

GILLAM, William C. F. ... Architect. 

162, North Street, Brighton. 
1899. 1730 Littlehampton School, etc. 

GILLARD, W Painter. 

1856. 409 A ride in the fields. 

GILLER, William Engraver. 

14, Granhy Street. 

1855. 970 Engraving. After a picture by 

A. Cooper, Esq., R.A. 

1856. 1033 Attacking a baggage waggon. 

After A. Cooper, R.A. 
1034 Left in charge. After T. Jones 
Barker. 

GILLET, John ... Miniature Painter. 

5, Lamb ton Road, Hornsey. 
1886. 1350 John Brown, Esq. 

1 1 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gillet, John — continued. 

18S7. 1401 Venus. After Boucher. 
1888. 1574 Mrs. Nicole. 

7, Boscobel Gardetis, 

Alpha Road, N. W. 

1 89 1. 1466 The late Sir Jamsetjee Jeejee- 

boy, Bart. 

1892, 1343 My daughter Elise. 

GILLETT, Miss C Painter. 

Biddeston, near Chippenham. 
1859. 988 Bunch of White Grapes. 

GILLI, Alberto Masso Painter. 

Ca/cflgraphie Royale, Rome. 
1887. 1440 "Tentation." "Surge, comede, 
carnes plurimas." 

GILLICK, Ernest G Sculptor. 

Great Cheyne Stndio, 

Cheyjie Row. 
1904. 1704 Skating. Design for presenta- 
tion tablet. 
1 7 1 3 Memorial to Robert Millhouse ; 
relief. 

GILLIES, Miss Margaret. 

Miniature Painter. 
3, Bayszvater Hill. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Mr. Robert Maule Gillies. 

46, New Bond Street. 
Mrs. Buckley Bolton. 
Rev. W. J. Fox. 
Miss Vozini. 
Miss Birkbeck. 

13, Upper Montague Street. 
Mrs. Leman Grimstone. 
Miss Atherston. 
Dr. Southwood Smith. 
Portrait of a Moorish lady. 

31, Upper Montague Street. 
Rev. A. C. L. D'Arbleay, M.A. 
Mrs. Bucklay Bolton. 
Miss Pincott, of the Theatre 
Royal, Drury Lane, as a 
bacchante. 
Portrait of a lady. 
R. H. Home, Esq., author of 
"Cosmo de Medici," etc. 
802 John Finlaison, Esq., the Gov- 
ernment Calculator. 
910 Mrs. Hill and her infant. 
914 The captive daughter of Zion, 
etc. 
1838. 787 Mrs. Bridgeman. 
Si 5 Portrait of a lady. 
833 Rajah Ram Roy. 



1832. 


794 




804 


1833- 


682 




7S7 


1834. 


709 




741 


i83.S- 


622 




668 




725 




747 


1836. 


780 




847 


1837- 


669 




793 




794 



1839. 



1838. 856 Head of Christ. "And the 
Lord turned and looked 
upon Peter." 

Miss Margaret Hill. 

Miss Helen Faucit as Julie de 
Mortemar in Sir E. B. Lyt- 
ton's " Richelieu." 

Portraits of the children of 
R. M. Gillies, Esq. 

Mr. Macready as Cardinal 
Richelieu. 

Leigh Hunt, Esq. 

Portrait of her father. 

Miss L. Hill. 

Mrs. Benson Harrison and her 



954 

884 



8j9 
918 



1840. 



947 
1016 
1019 

677 



1841. 



1843. 



1844. 



1845. 



son. 



706 Mrs. Hopkinson and her child- 



716 
756 
826 
837 

846 



764 
865 
870 
874 
9.8 



1842. 744 



811 

863 

943 
686 
709 
S37 
855 
94° 
944 

660 

847 

867 

870 
736 
750 

776 
89. 
916 



1846. 223 



William Wordsworth, Esq. 
Mrs. Bonnor Maurice. 
Lady Farquhar. 
Portraits of the family of Ben- 
son Harrison, Esq. 
Rev. Frederick Wm. Fubor, 

Esq., etc. 

23, Foley Place. 
J. G. Lough, Esq. 
Mrs. Powell and her son. 
The Hon. Richard Denman. 
The Hon. Mrs. Fox Maule. 
Mrs. Roughsedge. 

45, Mortimer Street. 
Portraits of the children of 

J. G. Lough, Esq. 
Portraits of the children of 

Stephen Adey, Esq. 
Thomas Bonner, Esq. 
Mrs. Ibbotson. 
Miss De Joux. 
John Chapman, Esq. 
Miss Gertrude Hill. 
Hon. Mrs. Frederick Irby. 
Portrait of a clergyman. 

do. the daughter of John 

Chapman, Esq. 
Charles Dickens, Esq. 
William Dillworth Crewdson, 

Esq. 
Mrs. Adey and the Misses 

Adey. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Robert Benson, Esq. 
John Wakefield, Esq., and 

family. 
Miss Crewdson. 
Mrs. Benson. 
William Dillworth Crewdson, 

Junr., Es(]. 

36, Percy Street. 
Frederick William Pott, Esq. 



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243 



1846. 



1847. 



1848. 



1849. 

1850. 

1851. 
1852. 

1853- 

771 

83. 
834 

1854. 697 

1855- 
1856. 

1857- 
1858. 
1859. 
i860. 

1861. 



806 Mrs. Henry Powell. 

843 R. H. Home, Esq. 

931 William and Mary Howitt. 

965 Mr. and Mrs. James Gandy and 
family. 

706 Master William Adam Gillies. 

712 Mrs. Charles Walpole. 

729 The Hon. Judge Crampton. 

734 Charles Walpole, Esq. 

912 Miss Foggo. 

9i9*Mary Howitt. 

313 King Alfred as a child, listening 
to his mother's recital of the 
heroic deeds of the Sa.xons. 

826 Mark Edward Currie, Esq., of 
the Bengal Horse Artillery, 
and Mrs. M. E. Currie. 

S49 Edwin Chadvvick, Esq. 

947 Mrs. Charles Walpole. 

676 Portraits. 

762 Miss Howitt. 

17, Southampton Street. 

691 Two sisters. 

811 Miss Annie Finlaison. 

812 Lady Margaret Walpole. 
1170 " Domine in te speravi." 

947 Mrs. Kemp Berry. 
1000 Mrs. Marsh. 

6, Southampton Street. 
19+ John Sutherland, Esq., M.D. 
741 Portrait of a lady. 
935 David Foggo, Esq., of Dacca. 
758 Mrs. F. Andrew. 

The infant daughter of Thomas 

Fairbairn, Esq. 
Mrs. F. Bateman. 
Portrait of the daughter of 

Alaric A. Watts, Esq. 
Mrs. William Gladstone. 
1294 Head of a young girl; a study. 
810 Mrs. Kelsall. 
701 Mrs. Philip Henry Lawrence. 
751 Mrs. Pemberton. 
794 Portrait of a lady. 
676 



do. gentleman. 
do. lady. 
Lady Charlotte Portal and 

child. 
Trust. " I'll tell thee why this 
weary world me seemeth, 
etc." 
872 Study of a head. " Looks com- 
mercing with the skies, etc." 



754 

783 

776 



GILPIN, Sawrey, R.A. 
1786. 



... Painter. 

Kiiightsbridge. 
12 Portrait of a horse belonging to 

His Majesty. 
133 A fo.xhound in the possession 

of Col. Thornton. 



793- 


672 


794- 


145 




.65 




227 



1758. 74 Landscape and Cattle. 
166 Portrait of Whipcord. 

200 do. " Sir Peter Teazel." 
{Belonging to Lord Dun- 
cannon.) 

370 Hounds seizing a fox. 

405 A hawk and a hare. 

1759. ,3 Portrait of a dog from Sable 

Cape. 
148 Portrait of a staghound. 
226 do. " Sir Peter Teazel." 
1792. 408 do. Jupiter, the property 
of Col. Thornton. 
A fox hunt. 
A mare and colt. 
Portrait of an old hunter. 
A gentleman on horseback 
bringing up lag hounds to 
the cover. The portrait by 
Mr. Reinagle. {Mr. Park- 
hurst.) 

1795. I Coursing. 

132 Mares and foals. 
174 Portrait of a horse. 
(Elected A. R.A.) 

1796. 6 A litter of foxes. The back- 

ground by P. Reinagle. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1797. 34 Portraits of horses. 
49 do. do. 

443 A farm yard. 

1798. 25 American bears. 

211 Portraits of Devonshire Cattle, 
in the possession of Sir 
Henry Mildmay, Bart. 

243 Portraits of horses, the property 
of the Hon. George Pitt. 

275 A dog from Botany Bay. 

2S3 Barbary sheep. 

423 Portrait of a horse. 

427 Portraits of Dutch puggs. 

1799. 131 Horses in a thunder storm. 
334 Daniel in the lion's den. 

1802. 18 Tygers. 

16, Brompton Crescent. 

1805. 205 Portraitsof horses, the property 

of H.R.H. the Prince of 

Wales. 

1S07. 22S Portrait of a horse, the property 

of Lord Gwydir. 

279 Portraits of horses, painted for 

Lord Cawdor. 
333 Duncan's horses. Vide " Mac- 
beth." 



GILPIN, William Sawrey ... Painter. 
//. S. Gilpin, 

Paddington Green. 
•797- 475 The village of Rydal. 



244 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gilpin, William Sawrey — continued. 

W. S. Gilpin, Westmorland. 
1799- 365 A scene in Norbury Park, 
Surrey. 

1800. 361 A park scene. 

1801. 650 Caswell bay, Glamorganshire. 

GILROY, John W Painter. 

Granger Street West, 

Newcastle-oil- Tyne. 
1898. 836 Trawler resting. 



GINHAM, Percy N Architect. 

II, Hart Street, Bloomsbiiry. 
1902. 1497 Nursery wing, Hopedene, 
Surrey. 

GINN, John Sculptor. 

14, Holywell Street, Millbank. 

I S3 2. 1203 Psyche borne by Zephyrs. 

"The gently blowing zephyrs 

gradually raised Psyche, and 

bearing her through the 

hollow of a valley at the 

bottom of the mountain, 

softly reclined her on the 

bosom of a flow'ry leaf." 

8, Stafford Place, Fimlico. 

1S33. iiiS Bust of a gentleman. 

1217 Groupe of Adam and Eve, etc. 

GIOLI, Professor Francesco. 

Painter. 

96, Mount Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 

1850. 536 A nook by the Mediterranean. 

Camden Studios. 
1S85. 306 The golden summer-time. 

GIOVANNI, Cavaliere G. De. See 
D, vol. ii, page 293. 

GIRARDET, Edouard Henri. 

Engraver. 
148, New Bond Street. 
1S79. 119S Egyptian Feast. After E.Long, 
A.R.A. 

GIRARDIN, Madame P Painter. 

34, Rathbone Place. 

185 1. 1141 Flower drawing. 

GIRARDOT, Ernest Gustave. 

Painter. 

25, Queen's Road, 

Regent's Park. 
i860. 326 Hcrr Carl Deichmann. 

1861. 593 A Volunteer (Inns of Court). 

1862. 687 Granny's stocking. 



88, Gloucester Road, 

Regent's Park. 
1863. 442 "He bent down on one knee, 
and softly roused the child, 
etc." — " Somebody's Lug- 
gage" 

10, Myra Villas. 
1867. 209 Scene from the School for 
Scandal, act iii, scene i, 
etc. 

60, King Henry's Road. 
497 Mamma's birthday. 
611 Mrs. Verdon. 
668 Dr. Verdon. 

Upper Park Road. 
921 Edward Lambert. 
259 Mrs. F. Broicher. 
39 Scene from the Vicar of Wake- 
field. "And art thou re- 
turned to me, my darling, 
cried I, to be my comfort in 
age? ... So saying he put 
the licence into the baronet's 
hand, etc." 
1 886. 495 The late Mrs. A. K. Rollit, of 
Hull. 
775 Mary, second daughter of F. 

Dresser, Esq. 
407 W. B. Tegetmeier, Esq. 
346 M. B. Lucas, Esq. 
737 A whiff. 

766 Lord Knutsford, K.C.M.G. 
S34 "My Lady Green-sleeves": 
Mrs. J. J. Foster. 



1874. 



1875- 
1880. 
18S3. 



18S7. 
1889. 

1890. 
1893. 



GIRARDOT, Jean Edine. 

10, Hunter Street, 

Brunsivick Square. 
1 84 1. 453 [This number in the index, but 
in the catalogue it is by G L. 
See vol. i, page 41.) 

GIRARDY, J. De. See D, vol. ii, 
page 293. 

GIRAUDAT, Edgard Painter. 

62, Avenue Bois de Boulogne, 
Paris. 

1887. 477 A street in a village near Paris. 

GIRLING, Richard Painter. 

10, Devonshire Street. 
1858. 1127 Lane Scene, Caistor. 

GIRTIN, Thomas Painter. 

2, St. Martin's Lane. 
1794. 346 View of Ely Minster. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



245 



'795- 35*^ Warwick Castle. 

611 Peterborough Cathedral. 
636 Litchfield Cathedral. 

35, Drury Lane. 

1797. 4.23 View of Jedborough Abbey, 

Scotland. 
428 Inside of St. Alban's Cathedral 

church. 
434 St. Cuthbert's Cathedral, Holy 

Island. 
466 View of Jedborough Abbey. 
486 do. York. 
489 do. do. 
499 do. do. 
726 do. do. 
763 St. Cuthbert's Cathedral, Holy 

Island. 
789 View of Ouse Bridge, York. 
25, Hennetta Street, 

Covcnt Garden. 

1798. 342 Coast of Dorsetshire. 
343 Berry Pomeroy Castle. 
493 Rivaux Abbey. 

538 Inside of Exeter Cathedral. 
575 Cottage from nature. 
643 A View. 

650 River's Abbey, Yorkshire. 
677 A mill in Devonshire. 
703 St. Nicholas church, Newcastle. 
6, Long Acre. 

1799. 341 A mill in Essex. 

347 Beth Kellert, North Wales. 
3S1 do. do. 

396 Warkworth Hermitage, North- 
umberland. 
398 A study from nature. 
419 Tatershall Castle, Lincolnshire, 
for Howlett's views. 
II, Scott's Place, Lslington. 
iSoo. 405 Bristol Hot well. 
416 York. 
418 Jedburgh. 

St. George's Roiu, LLydc Park. 
1801. 20 Bolton Bridge, Yorkshire. 



GITTINS, Miss Edith Painter. 

74, Mornington Row. 
1868. 836 Groby Manor House, Leicester- 
shire. 

Church Gate, Leicester. 

1878. 686 Library of the old Guildhall, 

Leicester. 

1879. 695 Castle Green, Kenilworth. 



GITTOS, J. B Architect. 

228, Temple Bar. 

1786. 446 Design for a public bath. 

1787. 54S do. casino. 



GIULIANI, Don Andrea ... Painter. 

(Director of the Academy of Fine Arts, 
Grenada, member of various Societies of Arts, 
and Painter in ordinary to H.I.M. the Em- 
peror of Brazil, etc.) 

1 9, Sherrard Street, 

Golden Square. 
1853. 176 Portrait of H.R.H. the Duke 
of Montpensier, in the uni- 
form of Cavalier Maestrante, 
of Grenada. 
209 Portrait of H.R.H. the Duchess 
of Montpensier, Infanta of 
Spain. 

GIUNTINI, L Sculptor. 

39, Devonshire Street. 
1874. 1613 Portrait of a gentleman. 

GLADSTONE, Mrs. Grace E. 

Painter. 

Mansfield House, 

Canning Toion, E. 
1902. 62 Llyn Idwal, North Wales. 
The Settlement, 

Tavistock Place. 
1904. 590 Boscastle Harbour. 

GLADSTONE, J. G Painter. 

I, Barton Street, Westminster. 
1834. 186 A marine sketch. 
1836. 258 Cutters beating to windward. 
{Spelt Gladstaines.) 

GLADSTONE, Miss Mary S. 

Miniature Painter. 

Basque, Laurencekirk, N.B. 
1879. 1347 The Countess of March. 



GLARDON, C 

1872. 

1875- 



1876. 



L.... Enamel Painter. 

9, Rue Levrior, Geneva. 
1340 Miss Margaret Sandbach; 

enamel. 
1342 Miss Sophia Sandbach. 
1 1 16 Mademoiselle S. 
1134 Madame C. 

1 138 La Joconde. After L. da 

Vinci. 

1139 Hunting scene. After J. Huber. 

38, Bedford Street. 
1 194 Madame d'Epinay. After Lio- 
tard. 

1202 Mdlle L. 

1203 Mdme. de S. 
1244 Mdme. A. 

1246 Madame de Pompadour. After 
Lancret. 



246 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GLASBY, William. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

20, Church Roto, Hampslead. 
1900. 1707 Design for stained glass: 
"Christus Consolatus." 

1902. 1455 Design for stained glass. 

1584 do. do. "Four 

corners to my bed." 

1903. 1 5 16 Design for stained glass: 

"Angel appearing to shep- 
herd." 

GLASCOTT, S Painter. 

10, Theresa Terrace, 

Hammersmi/h. 
1848. 426 The Drachenfels. 

GLASGOW, Alexander Painter. 

37, Graitvi'k Square. 
1859. 852 Portrait of a lady. 
1861. 504 Going home to fight for their 
country. 

19, Howlatid Street. 
1S64. 415 The Hon. Robert Curzon and 
his son. 

50, Baker Street. 
1867. 325 Viscount Sydney, G.C.B. 

1869. S60 The late Viscount Strangford. 

1870. 67 Miss Rawson. 

347 The Bishop of Ripon. (Bicker- 
steth.) 
1872. 1114 Joseph Lovegrove, Esq. Pre- 
sented by gentlemen of 
Gloucestershire on retirement 
as County Coroner. 

1874. 355 Admiral Sir Walter J. Tarle- 

ton, K.C.B., etc. 

1875. 569 William Holdsworth, Esq. 
617 E. Hardcastle, Esq., M.P. 

1876. 1329 Nelly and J.; portraits. 

5, Cromwell Crescent. 

1877. 554 Mrs. Burn Blyth. 
1880. 620 Lady Lighton. 

1882. 409 Evelyn Milnes Gaskell. 



GLASS, James W., A.Ji.S.A. 

Painter. 

y. Glass, 7, High School Yard, 

Edinburgh. 

1847. 388 The Keeper's Poney. 

/. W. Glass, 

10, Canning Place, 

Kensington. 

1848. 661 Roundheads and Royalists. 

1849. 139 A royal party at a ferry. 

19, Ncivman Street. 
1851. II Experimental Philosophy: a 
sketch. 



1852. 1300 " Honi soit qui mal y pense." 

1853. 473 Portraits of the late Duke of 

Wellington in his study at 
Apsley House (from sit- 
tings given in July, 1852), 
and of his private secretary, 
Algernon F. Greville, Esq. 
1061 F.M. the Duke of Wellington, 
K.G., Commander-in-chief, 
returning from his daily 
visit to the Horse Guards. 
" He who cared not to be 
great." — Tennyson. 

1854. 414 Richard, Cceur de Lion, on his 

way to Jerusalem. 
1S55. 364 Evening on the prairie: a 
doubtful sign. 
(Elected A.R.S.A.) 
J. Glass, 

7, High School Yard, 

Edinburgh. 
1859. 1 Resting on the moor; por- 
traits. 
(Tlu first and the last exhibits may be by 
a dijferent artist.) 



GLASSBY, Robert Edward. 

Sculptor. 

20, Elizabeth Street South. 

1865. 1055 Spring; medallion. 

I o, B reiver Street, Pimlico. 

1866. 960 Medallion of a young lady. 

19, Oakley Crescent, Chelsea. 

1867. 1119 Satan. "O sun! to tell thee 

how I hate thy beams, etc." 
1S68. 11S2 Cupid; marble statue. "Cupid 
once upon a bed of roses, 
etc." 
80, George Street, 

Sloane Square. 
1870. 1155 Young boy; marble. 

5, Anderson Street, Chelsea. 
1874. 1614 Young England; terra-cotta. 
Bognor House, 

15, Holbury Street, Chelsea. 
1876. 1353 Medusa leaving the temple; 
bust. 

1883. 1608 Death and the lady; low 

relief, marble. 

1884. 1759 The shrine of death; low 

relief. 

1885. 2045 Medusa; statuette, terra-cotta. 

1886. 1S07 Una; bust. 

1890. 2100 The late Lord Napier of Mag- 

dala; medallion, bronze. 

1891. 2032 The late Earl Sydney; medal- 

lion, bronze. 

1892. 1928 Sir John C. Day; medallion, 

bronze. 



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247 



10, Elm Park Road. 

1893. 1740 William Fulton, Esq.; medal- 

lion, bronze. 
1 74 1 Miss Florence Varley; medal- 
lion, bronze. 

GLAZEBROOK, Hugh de Twene- 

brokes Painter. 

1 8, Kensington Court F/ait\ 

Kensington. 
1885. 723 Wandering thoughts. 

33, Ovington Square. 

1889. 75 Mrs. James Heath. 
247 Miss Metcalfe. 

1890. 483 The late T. T. Glazebrook, 

Esq. 

738 Hylda, daughter of James 
Heath, Esq. 

778 "C'est I'Empereur." "A sen- 
tinel in the army of the 
great Napoleon having fallen 
asleep while on duty, woke 
up and found the Emperor 
had mounted guard in his 
place. ' I am lost,' he cried, 
'it is the Emperor! ' " 
i8gi. 453 Mrs. X . 

646 Robert Heath, Esq. 

76, Elm Park Road. 
1892. 117 Mrs. Hugh de T. Glazebrook. 

241 Mrs. Montrose Cloete. 

487 "Ave Maria!" on the coast of 
Tuscany. 

1894. 147 Miss Bella Duffy. 

279 Mrs. William McFarlan. 

1895. iiS Mrs. Mitchell Chapman. 

528 Sylvia, daughter of H. Birche- 
nough, Esq. 

1896. 272 Conquerors. 

1897. 366 " Let Zephyr only breathe, and 

with her tresses play." 
189S. 236 A recitation by Miss Leonard. 
246 Christian; portrait. 
589 Miss Martia Leonard. 
897 Mrs. Mitchell Chapman. 

1899. 301 Mrs. Patrick Campbell. 

1900. 369 Mrs. Handheld Jones. 
394 In a London garden. 
617 Miss McGaw. 

1901. 173 Mrs. Mundey. 

911 F. Frankfort Moore, Esq. 

1902. 308 Miss McGaw. 

391 George Joachim, first Vis- 
count Goschen. 

1903. 62 Mrs. Montrose Cloete. 
405 Lady Ada Fitzwilliam. 

1904. 50 Mr. Justice Bigham. 

112 Mrs. James Campbell Banner- 
man. 
765 Miss Ruby Lindsay. 



GLEADALL, W. C Painter. 

y. Little Green Street, 

Kentish Town. 
1 85 1. 131 Scene near Barnet. 
1857. 1 1 15 Pepat Baricas, of the Theatie 
Royal, Haymarket. 

23, Aledburii Street. 

1862. 504 Mrs. Frewin. 

1863. HI Ben Gleadall. 

1864. 4S1 A rustic. 

GLEGG, T Architect. 

2, Union Place, Lambeth. 
1829. 1062 Design of a church. 
1S30. 1074 do. for a cathedral. 
1831. 957 do. for a Country church. 
34, Royal Street, Lambeth. 

1837. 1067 Entrance to Military Cemetery. 

1838. 1 1 59 Design for a Poet's cross to the 

memory of twelve {sic) poets : 
J. Hogg, Mrs. Hemans, 
Cowper, Montgomery, Mrs. 
Barbauld, Young, H. K. 
White, Miss Mitford, Pope. 
The idea is, to place it in one 
of the parks. 

GLEHN, Von. See V. 

GLEICHEN, H.S.H. Count H. R. L 

Sculptor. 

c\o Messrs. Hallett and Co., 

St. Martin's Place. 

1868. 955 Sleeping Hebe. 

998 An Indian Dancing girl. 
St. James's Palace, and 

74, Newman Street. 

1869. 1205 Honi soit qui mal y pense. 
1320 The Deluge. 

1870. 1061 Sir George F. Seymour, G.C.B., 

G.C.H., the late Admiral of 
the Fleet (posthumous); to 
be executed in marble. 
H71 Memento mori. 

1 87 1. 122S Captain Eyre Massey Shaw, 

Metropolitan Fire Brigade; 
bronze statuette. 
1275 The Marquis of Lome; the 
original in marble in posses- 
sion of H.R.H. the Princess 
Louise, Marchioness of 
Lome. 

1872. 1451 Captain H.R.H. the Duke of 

Edinburgh, K.G., R.N. ; 
statuette. 

1457 Mrs. Seacole, the celebrated 
Crimean heroine ; terra- 
cotta. 

147 1 Colonel L. Seymour, Grenadier 
Guards; statuette. 



248 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gleichen, H.S.H. Count H. R. I 
cofitimied. 

1872. 151+ 
1519 

1873. 1466 



1519 

1522 

1874. 1444 

'499 



1516 
'555 
1594 

1875. 1238 
'255 
"255 

1876. 1361 
1368 
1390 



1877. 
1878. 


1509 
1430 
1434 
1445 


1879. 
I8S0. 


'454 
1489 
149S 

1583 
,625 


I88I. 


1458 




1485 


1882. 


,56. 


1883. 


"533 



A Como fisher boy. 

A German flower girl. 

Sir George F. Seymour, G.C.B., 
G.C.H., late Admiral of the 
Fleet ; recumbent figure. 

Sir Hedworth Williamson, 
Bart. ; statuette. 

H.S.H. the Prince Hohenlohe- 
Langenburg ; statuette. 

E. B.Webb, Esq., C.E.; marble. 

Allegorical figure : model of a 
marble monument at Baden- 
Baden in memory of H.S.H. 
the Princess of Hohenlohe- 
Langenburg. Erected in 
1874 by her sister, H.M. the 
Queen, by her surviving 
children and by other rela- 
tions. 

Bacchante; marble. 

Bust of a lady. 

H.R.H. Prince Arthur; bronze 
statuette. 

Family group; marble relievo. 

Edward B. Bright, Esq.; marble. 

Sir Charles Tilston Bright, 
F.G.S., F.R.A.S.; marble. 

H.I. and R.H. the Duchess of 
Edinburgh; marble bust. 

H.R.H. the Duke of Edin- 
burgh; marble bust. 

General G. Garibaldi; marble 
bust. 

H.M. the Queen; marble bust. 

Lord Harlech; marble. 

Baron de Vahl; marble bust. 

CommanderGoodenough,C.B., 
C.M.G. ; bust (posthumous), 
marble. 

Mr. Headly, etc. ; bust, marble. 

Lord Skelmersdale. 

Portrait of a lady; bust, marble. 

Mrs. Bancroft; bust, marble. 

H.R.H. the Princess Louise, 
Marchioness of Lome; bust, 
marble. 

S. B. Bancroft, Esq.; bust, 
marble. 

The Rt. Hon. Sir G. Hamil- 
ton Seymour, G. C. B., 
G.C.H.; bust, marble. 

The Hon. Sir Henry Keppel, 
G.C.B., Admiral of the Fleet; 
bust, marble. 

Field - Marshal H.R.H. the 
Duke of Cambridge, K.G.; 
bust, marble. For the Army 
and Navy Cliil'. 



1883. 1534 The late Admiral Lord Keith, 

K.C.B.; bust, marble. 
18S4. 1665 Portrait of a boy at play; statue, 
terra-cotta. 
1785 Portrait of a lady; bust, marble. 

1885. '967 The Marquessof Abergavenny; 

bust, marble. 
1992 A fishwife; statue, marble. 

1886. "763 Sir Andrew Barclay Walker, 

Bart. ; bust. 

1887. '803 The Marquess of Abergavenny, 

K.G. ; statue. For the Con- 
stitutional Club. 

1888. 1991 The gladiator's farewell; group. 
203' Portrait; bust, terra-cotta. 

1890. 1947 Blacksmith; statue. "The 
smith a mighty man is he, 
etc." — Longfellow. 
{H.S.H. the late Pri?ice Victor of 
Hohenlohe-Langenburg.) 
1892. 1867 LordElphinstone; bust,marble. 

GLEICHEN, H.S.H. Feodora, Count- 
ess Sculptor. 

Studio, St. James's Palace. 
1892. 1869 Admiral H.S.H. the late Prince 
Victor of Hohenlohe-Lan- 
genburg; bust, marble. 

1894. 1752 Satan; group, bronze. 

1895. 1630 H.R.H. the Princess of Wales; 

bust, marble. 

1896. 1864 Madame Emma Calvi as " San- 

tuzza"; bust, marble. Exe- 
cuted for H.AI. the Queen. 

1897. 1933 Her Majesty the Queen; bust. 
2036 Looking-glass in bronze,enamel 

and ivory. 

1898. 1946 Shrine, with Madonna and 

Child; mosaic and silver. 

1899. i960 Peace; statuette, bronze and 

iron. 
2039 Master Jack Crawshay; bust, 
terra-cotta. 

1900. 1989 Memorial to the late General 

Sir Henry Ponsonby; relief, 
bronze. 

1901. 1789 iSIiss Burden; bust. 

1902. 1 60 1 Part of a fountain erected in 

Paris. 
161 3 Herr Kubelik; bust, bronze. 

1903. 1S73 Her late Majesty Queen Vic- 

toria; bust, ivory. 

1904. '757 Portrait study; relief, marble. 
1768 H.M. the late Queen Victoria; 

bust. 

GLEICHEN, H.S.H. Helena, Count- 
ess Painter. 

St. James's Palace. 
1901. 817 Hampshire downs. 



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249 



1902. 76S Gone away. 

1903. 8 Water ploughing in the Test. 

1904. 271 Turning the plough. 



GLEN 

1865. 
1866. 
1867. 

1871. 



1872. 
1873- 



1874. 

1875- 

1876. 

1877. 
1881. 
1883. 
1884. 



1885. 
1886, 

1888. 
1889 



1890 

1891 
III. 



955 

970 



403 
576 



DENNING, Alfred A. 

Painter. 
12, S/. George's Road, 

Sout/iwark. 
231 A cornfield — Kent. 

192, New Kent Road. 
4.34 Loch Lubnaig, Perthshire. 
551 A harvest field — midday. 
269 Summer evening. 
295 Near Keston Common, Kent. 
1 5, Clarence Street. 
127 Llyn DQ-r, Arddn, North Wales. 
373 Horton, near Farningham, 

Kent. 
1116 At Sutton, Kent. 
273 At Ashtead. 
890 Tunbridge Wells Common. 
905 The Thames at Hampton. 
943 Knowle Park — summer time. 
View near Knowle. 
Near Shoreham, Kent. 
161, Oxford Terrace, 

Old Kent Road. 
A country lane. 
The Sussex Downs. 
661 A shady lane. 
1346 A view in Surrey. 
894 Under the beeches. 
903 Through the woods. 

161, Bird in Bush Road, 

Old Kent Road. 
244 Fallen timber — Knowle Park. 
3 1 o Near Capel Curig, North Wales. 
1265 Shadow and sunshine. 
964 Sunbury. 
I021 Evening mist. 
194 The River Yare, Reedham, 

Norfolk. 
263 Near Tonbridge Wells. 
368 Harvest time. 
677 Showery weather on a Norfolk 

river. 
694 ASeptembermorning — Surrey. 
97 Green pastures — Otford, Kent. 
337 The banks of the Esk, Dum- 
friesshire. 
119 Across the heath. 
449 Belaugh on the Bure, Norfolk. 
999 On the Bure, Wrexham, Nor- 
folk. 
1 1 19 Streatley on Thames. 
29 Lustleigh Cleave, South Devon. 
720 By the river side — autumn. 

6, Sandbourne Rd., Netv Cross. 
180 Stepping stones on the Wharfe 
near Bolton Abbey. 



1892. 464 ASeptembermorning, Lincoln- 
shire. 
685 A quiet dell on the common. 
1894. 595 Evening glow. 

1896. 265 Sussex Downs. 

348 The Thames near Laleham 
Ferry. 
1900. 3 In the meadows, Youngsbury. 
944 Penton Hook on the Thames. 

1903. 609 Old Hastings from the East 

cliff. 

GLENDENNING, Alfred, Junr. 

Painter. 

161, Bird in Bush Road, 

Peck ham. 
1 88 1. 40 Wandering in Fairy land. 

532 A woodland Path. 
1883. 33 After rain, near Ballater, Scot- 
land. 
246 Autumn. 
718 Winter. 
18S4. 167 The skirts of the wood. 
312 Meditation. 
594 Early spring. 

1885. 145 A nook in the meadow. 
253 At the old garden gate. 

1 886. 961 The private View. 

1072 From the old favourite tree. 

1887. 354 By appointment. 

2, The Elms, Boston Road, 

Brentford. 

1888. 43 The old lock, Stratford-on- 

Avon. 
1016 A picture book. 
8, Elmsleigh Road, 

Wandsworth. 

1889. 565 Sisters. 

797 Thoughts far away. 

1890. 1107 Roses. 

141, Sumatra Road, 

West Hampstead. 

1891. 104 The edge of the heath. 
752 By the weir. 

1892. 34 Wet weather. 

911 An interesting story. 
975 The Bridge. 

1893. 243 Low land. 

72, Waterloo Bridge Road. 
1898. 1096 Haymaking. Purchased for tJie 
Chantrey Bequest. 
I, Manor Villas, 

Chisivick Lane, W. 
1902. 407 The path to the ferry. 

1904. 966 The Miller's daughter. 

GLENNIE, F. Forbes Architect. 

12, Lansdowne Road, 

Wimbledon. 

1897. 1922 A west country church. 

K K 



250 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Glennie, F. Forbes— co/rf in ued. 

1 6, Clifford's Inn, Fleet Street. 

1898. 1618 House on Wimbledon Com- 

mon. 

1899. 1667 A country home. 
1768 do. 

1900. 1713 Organ screen, etc., St. Merter- 

iana church, Tintagel. 



7^^ 
620 



GLENNIE, George F Painter. 

51, Green Street. 
Near Hayes, Kent. 
Pett Level, Sussex, looking 
towards Rye. 
784 On the marshes near Green- 
hithe, Kent. 
6, Hidgway Place, Wimbledon. 
652 The Thames near Pangbourne. 
674 View in Cowdry Park. 

Page Heath, Bickley. 
1874. 896 Hurley on the Thames. 



1861. 
1864. 

1867. 



1869. 
1870. 



GLENNIE, J. D Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1810. 384 St. Cleer's well, Cornwall. 

399 Part of Ludlow Castle. 
1813. 63S View near Ivy-bridge, Devon. 
690 Limekiln at Abergeldie, Aber- 
deenshire. 
Shanklin Chine, Isle of Wight. 
Carisbrooke Castle, Isle of 

Wight. 
Confirmation on the Abbaye 
St. Germain, Paris. 
844 View of Radipole, near Wey- 
mouth. 

I, Henry Gillard,Ai?.rF:5. 
Painter. 
40, Brewer Street. 
The lost sheep. 
Patience. 
The Puritan. 

A new sign for an old score. 
Friends or foes. 
No answer. 
The quack. 

The special messenger. 
" Two 's company, three 's 

none." 
Sunset — Kenil worth. 
A charge of witchcraft. 
Prince Henry before Judge 

Gascoigne. 
A Conspirator. 
An audience. 
" How happy could I be with 

either!" 
The first impression. 
The spy. 



1814. 


533 
649 


I8I5. 


360 


I8I9. 


844 


GLINDON 


1873- 
1875- 
1877. 

1S78. 


602 

>7 

189 

1381 

66 
996 


1879. 
1880. 


i'5 

565 
.87 




710 


1881. 


1441 
■353 


1882. 
1883. 


1448 
386 




552 


1884. 


774 
1646 



1885. 834 The will and the way. 

1095 The bride of Lammermoor. 

1886. 2 Dismissal of Archy, the King's 

Jester. 

Write down that Archy is no 
fool, said King Charles; he has 
called the Archbishop one; and 
therefore we are all agreed, his 
Grace included, that the man has 
proved himself to be no longer en- 
titled to the appellation." 

1887. 618 Council of War after the land- 

ing of the Prince of Orange. 
789 " Many a slip 'twixt cup and 
lip." 

1888. 902 Tittle-tattle. 

1889. 541 The will and the way. 

1890. 170 "To the maids of merry Eng- 

land." 
1036 The prescription. 

1 89 1. 511 Proscribed — an incident in the 

French Revolution, 1796. 
875 "The brave deserve the fair." 
1893. 702 Reckoning without his host. 
1896. 106 The Black Tribunal, Jan. 29, 
1648. 

1899. 248 A cause and just impediment. 
672 Why hesitate? 

The Studio, 

Chad-ivell Heath, Essex. 

1900. 634 Frost fair, 1684. 
637 Called to the front. 
669 Denounced. 

1902. 173 "To be or not to be." 

1903. 660 First in the field. 

1904. 352 The peace makers. 

GLISENTI, A. Achille Painter. 

75, U'estlwurne Terrace, 

Hyde Park. 
1882. 253 Maize harvest — Lombardy. 

GLOAG, Miss T. L Painter. 

9, Gloucester J Tali, 

Campden Hill. 

1893. 572 A raw recruit. 

1894. 13 A legend of Provence. "She 

raised her head, etc." 

1895. 53 Isabella and the Pot of Basil. 

" Love never dies, but lives, 
immortal lord." — Keats. 

1896. 379 The miracle of the roses. 

A fayre maiden was blamed 
with wrong for the which cause 
she was demed to dye, and to be 
brent in that place to the which 
she was ledde. She made hir 
pr.ayer to our Lorde, as she was 
not gyltie, that he would helpe 
her, and anone the fyre went out, 
and those braunches that were 
brcnninge became red Roses, and 
those that were not kindled be- 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



251 



came white Rosiers, and those 
were the fyrst roses any man saw. 
— Syr John MaundevilU. 

54, Elm Park Gardens, S. W. 

1898. 385 The magic mantle. A little boy 

came to the court of King 
Arthur with a magic mantle, 
which no wife could wear who 
was not true to her lord. 

1899. 219 Rosamond. "The queen this 

thread did gette, etc." 

1900. 495 Rapanzel: from a poem by 

William Morris. 
557 A profile. 
19QI. 210 " Four corners to my bed, Four 
angels round my head, Mat- 
thew, Mark, Luke and John. 
Bless the bed that I lie on.'' 

1902. 1032 The daughter of Hippocrates. 

1903. 835 " For there was never yet fair 

woman but she made mouths 
in a glass." 

1904. 290 Knowledge putting the gar- 

ment of sorrow onto "Every- 
man." 
889 "Puffs, powders, patches, 
bibles, billets-doux." — The 
Rape of the Lock. 

GLOSSOP, G. G. P Painter. 

Isleworth. 
1850. 383 On the Konig-Lee near Salts- 
burg. 

GLOVER, G. A Painter. 

3, George Street, 

Portman Square. 
1826. 1S4 Portrait of a gentleman. 
3, Queen Charlotte Roiv, 

New Road. 
1833. 413 Portrait. 

GLOVER, John Painter. 

10, Princes Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1795. 583 View near Derby. 

591 do. of Ryddol, Cumberland. 
617 do. near Ingersby, Leicester- 
shire. 

Litchfield. 
1799. 153 Sunset. 
1801. 244 The dead ass. 

398 View at the Devil's bridge. 
467 do. near Dolgelly. 
498 do. do. the Devil's bridge. 
503 do. do. Dolgelly. 
29, Mortimer Street, 

Cavendish Square. 
1803. 395 Scene at Matlock. 



1803. 455 Waterfall at Sir Michael Flem- 

ing's. 
475 High Tor at Matlock. 
519 Scene near Knaresborough. 
527 Park at Sutton Coldfield. 
545 South Wingfield. 
4, Mount Street, 

Grosvenor Square. 

1804. 387 Cruachan Ben, from Dalmally, 

Scotland. 
568 The Trossacks at Loch Cathe- 
rine, Scotland. 

21, Montague Square. 
1 8 10. 485 Landscape. 
18 1 2. 305 A View of Kirkstall Abbey. 



GLOVER, J., Junr Painter. 

10, Montague Square. 

1808. 320 Denbigh Castle. 

382 View in the Park at Sutton 
Coldfield. 

1809. 296 Morning. 

181 1. 745 do. 

61, Montague Square, 

1812. 438 A View of Cader Idris. 
1814. 362 View at Matlock. 

1818. 35 Tintern Abbey. "Superb in 

ruins, still the holy pile, 
etc." 
47 Gold Rill Beck, Patterdale. 

Painted on the spot. 
198 Chepstow Castle, the rivers 
Wye and Severn, taken from 
Wind Cliff. 
(219 Chepstow Castle. Painted on 

the spot. 
348 Ullswater: Autumnal effect. 

Finished on the spot. 
[353 The new weir on the river Wye. 

Painted on the spot. 
354 Ullswater. Painted on the spot. 

1819. 289 The Campo Vaccino at Rome. 
314 The Temple of Clitumnus, at 

the source of the river Cli- 
tumnus, in Italy. 

391 View of Tivoli. 

409 do. Patterdale, Westmor- 
land. 

472 The Cascatelli at Tivoli. 
1S25. 297 A waterfall on the river Dee, 
near Llangollen, North 
Wales. 

397 Pont-nedd Vaughan, in Neath 
Valley, South Wales. 

1826. 167 Rosslyn Chapel. 

274 An avenue at Mount Stuart, 
the seat of the Marquis of 
Bute. 

1827. 82 The temples at Tivoli. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Glover, J., Junr. — co>itinued. 

1828. 403 The Upper Lake of Killarney, 

taken from St. Rhonayne's 
island. 
433 View in the Alps, not far from 
St. Maurice; the town of 
Monthey in the distance. 

1829. iSS Evening: composition. 

GLOVER, William Painter. 

61, Montague Square. 
181 3. 728 Landscape — evening. 

GOATLEY, John Painter. 

F. Goatley, 6, Boyle Street. 
1 83 1. 76 Landscape. 
219 do. 

J. Goatley, 105, Stamford St. 

1833. 276 Landscape. 

1834. 26S do. 

1835- S95 do. 

1837. 148 A lodge near Sevenoaks. 

1839. 385 Landscape. 

GOBERT. See Gaubert, voL iii, page 
216. 

GOBLE, Warwick Painter. 

57, Chancery Lane. 
1893. 1352 Doorway in Algiers. 

GOBLET, H. F Painter. 

9, Mortimer Street. 
1822. 22 Portrait of a lady. 

55, Upper John Street. 
1824. 359 Portrait of an artist. 

1829. 408 do. a gentleman. 

597 Colossal sculptures in one of 
the Cave Temples at EUora, 
from a sketch by Captain 
M. Grindley. 

59S do. do. 

615 do. do. 

621 do. do. 

1830. 258 Mrs. Barrow. 

1 83 1. 110 Lord Cranstown. 

GOBLET, L. A Sculptor. 

6, Great Castle Street. 

1799. 1062 Flora. 

Marykbone Road, 

near Norton Street. 

1800. looS A Bacchus. 

Next the Green Man, 

Nezv Road. 

1801. 1029 Eloisa receiving the news of 

Abelard's misfortune. 

1802. 1055 Bust of a child. 
1057 do. an artist. 



1804. 


930 


1805. 


707 




708 


1806. 


878 


1807. 


IOI8 


1808. 


891 




996 


I8II. 


907 




910 


I8I2. 


919 


I8I4. 


754 




759 



I8I6. 

I8I7. 

I8I8. 



17, Cleaveland Street. 
Cupid trying his dart. 
28, Norfolk St.,Fitzroy Square. 
Miss Hume. 
708 Portrait of a gentleman. 

2, Fitzroy Place. 
A sketch. 

20, Marylebone Street. 

Bust of the gentleman who first 

obtained the sixpences for 

the debtors in Ipswich gaol. 

Bust of Mr. Violet. 

do. Madame Catalini. 

4, Upper Fitzroy Place. 
Bust of his son. 
do. daughter. 

52, Titchfield Street. 
Bust of Mr. Giani. 
do. a child, 
do. a gentleman. 
945 Bust of J. NoUekens, R.A. 
968 A monumental figure of Affec- 
tion decorating a tomb, with 
the emblems of grief. 

1039 Bust of the late Duke of 

Norfolk. 

1040 Bust of J. L. Blackmore, Esq. 

1041 Bust of the late Rt. Hon. Mr. 

Ponsonby. 
Bust of the late W. C. Cham- 
bers, Esq. 
A monumental tablet to the 
memory of H.R.H. the late 
Princess Charlotte ; from 
Miss Byam's design. 
Bust of Mr. Lonsdale. 
A medallion of the late Rev. 
Dr. Burney, as introduced 
in his monument in St. 
Paul's, Deptford. 

7, Mortimer Street. 
1014 Bust of Jas. Pulham, of Wood- 
bridge. 
1037 Bust of the late P. Violet, Esq. 
1089 Temptation. 
1161 Portrait of Mrs. Connelly. 
1041 Bust of J. NoUekens, Esq., 
R.A. 



GODBOLD, Samuel Barry. 

Miniature Painter. 

23, Neivman Street. 

914 Lieut. -Colonel Hanmer, K.H. 

965 Miss Richardson. 
1007 Mrs. Thornton. 
1009 Miss Beamish. 
1021 Dowager Lady Knighton. 
1023 H. Thornton, Esq. 
1093 Rev. W. Gardner. 
1160 W. Still. Esq. 



1819. 



1059 



1062 



1083 
1248 



1821. 



1851. 



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253 



1852. 



1853- 



1854. 



1855- 



1856. 



1857 



1858 



635 Dr. Harding, Bishop of Bombay. 
746 Mrs. Hamilton. 
778 Miss Stirling. 
897 Mrs. Stirling of Kippondaire. 
1007 Mrs. Charles H. Ramsden and 
children. 

43, Upper Seymour Street. 
717 Miss Wyatt. 

817 A portrait. 

818 Mrs. Simpson. 

842 Henry Sheard, Esq. 
910 Charles Warde, Esq. 
982 Portrait of a lady, 
loio Alex Collier, son of the late 

Sir Francis Collier. 
450 A study. 
714 E. G. H. 
735 Children of H. Paunccfort 

Duncombe, Esq. 
910 J. Hargood, Esq., Madras 

Infantry. 
934 Portrait of a lady. 
970 Daughters of John Murray, 

Esq. 
loio Daughter of James AVilson, 

Esq., M.P. 
336 Morning. 

1026 Mrs. Cuthbert E. Ellison. 
1049 Mrs. William Murray. 
1056 Mrs. Samuel Pullen. 
1060 Miss Agnes Lescher. 
1 123 His Highness Prince Gholam 
Mahomed, son of Tippo 
Sultan, grandson of Hyder 
Allie, late Sovereigns of 
Mysore, Seringapatam and 
Bangalore. 
A portrait. 
The toilet. 
697 George J. Wingfield, Esq. 
753 Miss Julia Palmer. 
787 Children of the Rev. Thomas 
Prater. 
Mrs. James Stewart. 
Mrs. Pauncefort Duncombe. 

68, Welbeck Street. 
764 Miss Caroline Frances Howe 

Drummond. 
920 Daughters of Colonel Hender- 
son. 
944 Miss Louisa Maclean, daughter 
of Sir Charles Maclean, 
Bart. 
947 Miss Style, daughter of Cap- 
tain Style, R.N. 

688 Miss Emily Hanmer. 

689 Mrs. Fowke. 

757 Lady Cotton Sheppard. 
807 Captain Maclean, 13th Light 
Dragoons. 



1131 
280 



939 

95^ 



1858. 825 Mrs. Hugh P. Wyatt. 

1859. 705 Mary, daughter of J. S. 

Lescher, Esq., Boyles Court, 

Essex. 
825 Lady Cotton Sheppard. 
844 Daughters of Sir Charles 

Maclean, Bart. 
897 Portrait of a lady. 
i860. 311 Mrs. Dobson. 

732 Philly, daughter of J. S. 

Lescher, Esq., Boyles Court, 

Essex. 
1S61. S25 Dolly, second daughter of the 

Rev. Thomas Prater. 
837 Joseph Francis, eldest son of 

J. S. Lescher, Esq., Boyles 

Court. 
8S2 Mrs. Le-scher, Boyles Court. 
1863. 71 Cecil and Herbert, children of 

C. W. Stoughton, Esq. 
174 Happy thoughts. 
1867. 845 Thomas Herbert, youngest son 

of the Rev. Thos. Prater. 
973 A portrait. 

187 1. 221 Mrs. Charles Stoughton and 

child. 

1872. 935 Miss Beale, daughter of J. 

Beale, Esq. 
955 The Hon. Mrs. Hutton. 
1S74. 108 Mrs. Charles Langton. 
1875. 404 Miss Clare Galwey. 

GODDARD, A. G Architect. 

G. Goddard, ^,/i>kn Street, 

Oxford Street. 
1843. 822 Composition. 
8S5 do. 

A. G. Goddard, do. 
1850. 1 1 98 View of the Addison Gardens 
on the Holland Park 
Estate, etc. 

GODDARD, Miss Eliza Painter. 

Rotten Ro2v, Christchurch, 

Hants. 
1897. 733 Roses. 

GODDARD, George Bouverie. 

Painter. 

Tisbury, Wilts. 

1856. 1160 Hunters, the property of D. 

Morrison, Esq. 

Fonthill Park, Wilts. 

1857. 97 Eric, a skye terrier, the pro- 

perty of the Hon. Mrs. 
Sidney Herbert, Wilton 
House. 
306 Scene in a harvest field. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Goddard, George Bouverie — coitfinued. 
1857. 361 " f'avourite," the property of 
Alfred Morrison, Esq., High 
Sheriff of Wilts. 
S, Queen's Circus, Cheltenham. 
i860. iSo The Rainbow. 

IVardour, near Salisbury. 

1862. 66 Spring. "Welcome, green 

headlands, etc." 

1863. 239 The sentinel. 

S, FurnivaPs Inn. 

1865. 580 The old dog, the property of 

Capt. Arundell Neave. 

55, Baker Street. 

1866. 516 Casuals. 

IVardour, near Salisbury. 

1868. 291 Home to die: an afternoon 

fox with the Cotswolds. 
8, Clarendon Villas, 

Brook Green. 

1869. 873 Gone to ground. 

1870. 9+ The tournament. "His rival. 

Him should he meet, etc." — 
Thomson. 
1872. 551 Sale of New Forest ponies at 
Lyndhurst, 1871. 

102, Neiv Bond Street. 

1875. 217 Lord Wolverton's bloodhounds. 

"See my brave pack, etc." 

1876. 22 Colt hunting in the New Forest. 
75 "Where he fell." "Still she 

stood, nor farther would frae 
time she found the blood." 
707 The closing day — New Forest. 

1877. 100 The fall of man. "Earth felt 

the wound: and nature from 
her seat, etc." 
1879. 639 The struggle for existence. "By 
wintry famine roused, etc." 

1881. 508 Rescued. 

1882. 659 Dispersing: a flying column. 

1883. 575 Love and War: in the Abbots- 

bury swannery. 

37, Brook Green. 

1885. 1031 "Cowed!" 

1886. 579 Chewton Glen. 

GODDARD, G. H Architect. 

6, Cambridge Street. 
1837. 1090 A castle in the style of the 
eleventh century, etc. 

GODDARD, Miss H Painter. 

8, Lmver Grosvenor Street. 
1823. 549 Flowers. 

GODDARD, Henry L Architect. 

6, Market Street, Leicester. 
1899. 1756 Leicestershire Banking Comy., 
Bedworth. 



1800. 



I80I. 


982 


1803. 


3'5 


1805. 


328 


1806. 


555 




823 


1807. 


360 


I8I0. 


372 


I8I2. 


713 


I82I. 


528 


1825. 


501 


1843. 


671 


1844. 


9'3 


1852. 


.46 


1853- 


545 



GODDARD, James Painter. 

Crayford, Kent. 
605 A hyacinth from nature. 
635 Roses from nature. 
A vase of flowers. 
Tulips. 

Flowers from nature. 
A vase of flowers. 
Persicaria after nature. 
Flowers. 
A vase of flowers. 

8, Lower Grosvenor Street. 
Vase of flowers. 
I, Albany Cottages, Kent Road. 
Flowers. 

A vase of flowers. 
3, Surrey Place, Old Kent Road. 
Drawing of a cactus. 
Vase of flowers. 

86, Albert St., Regents Park. 
A bunch of flowers. 
A group of Orchidacese from 
nature. 
1855. 1122 A vase of flowers. 

GODDARD, J. ... Miniature Painter. 

82, Strand. 

181 1. 568 Portrait of his brother. 

90, Strand. 

1812. 392 Mrs. Lloyd. 

575 Mr. Starling. 

576 Portrait of a lady. 
637 Mr. Blake. 

659 Portraits of two sisters. 

150, Drury Lane. 
420 Mrs. Millard. 
431 Portrait of a lady. 
449 do. do. 
491 Mr. Pyne of Drury Lane 

Theatre. 
503 Portrait of a gentleman. 
558 Miss Marriot as Elvira. 
560 Mr. J. Goddard. 
406 Mr. Stone. 
419 W. Buck, Esq. 
437 Mrs. Buck. 

Mr. Tucker. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 



1813. 



1814. 



5iS- 



460 

542 
562 
633 
682 

721 



do. do. 

do. young lady, 
do. lady, 
do. young lady. 
31, Great Queen Street. 

1816. 621 G. Mace, Esq., Chislehurst. 
715 Portrait of a lady. 

1 81 7. 683 do. do. 
691; Miss Smith. 

720 Mr. Goddard, senr. 

1818. 701 Portraits of a lady and her son. 
803 Lieut. Harvey, R.N. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



255 



I8I8. 


8?9 


Mr. J. Stone. 


1819. 


78. 


Miss L. B. 




897 


Portraits of a mother and 
daughter. 




1146 


View at Chislehurst. 

I, Albany Cottages, Kent Road. 


I82I. 


841 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




856 


Lieut. Liddon, R.N., who made 
the last voyage with Capn. 
Parry to the North Pole. 




864 


Portrait of a gentleman. 


1822. 


617 


J. Heather, Esq. 


1823. 


732 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




824 


Lieut. Taylor, R.M. 


1824. 


705 


J. W. D., Esq. 


1826. 


715 


Master Arthur Howard, young- 
est son of Dr. Burford, Chig- 
well, Essex. 


1828. 


809 


T. Walton, Esq. 




827 J. Lacey, Esq. 




1070 


New church of St. George, 
Camberwell. 


1832. 


944 


Five younger children of J. F. 

Burnett, Esq., of May Place, 

Crayford, Kent. 
3, Surry Place, Old Kent Road. 


1834. 


611 


Portrait of a lady. 


1835- 


634 


do. do. 


1836. 


763 


Miss Scott, Albany House. 


1842. 


760 


Portrait of a lady. 



GODDARD, Rainald W. K. 

Architect. 

133, Denmark Hill. 

1892. 1 84 1 Vicarage House, Clacton on 

Sea. 
1897. 1902 New church, Clacton on Sea. 
1899. 1760 House at Northwood. 



GODDARD, Thomas. 

Miniature Painter. 
Lyons Inn. 
iTTq. Ill Portraits of a lady and gentle- 
man. 

1780. 268 Portrait of a gentleman. 

Aldersgate Street. 

1 78 1. 349 A frame with five miniatures. 

12, Featlierstone Buildings, 

Holhorn. 

1783. 356*A frame with two miniatures. 

1784. 253 A frame with four miniatures. 

(), James Street, Covent Garden. 

1785. 306 Portrait of a lady. 

333 do. gentleman. 

1787. 352 do. do. 
354 do. do. 
368 do. lady. 

1788. 326 Sir Joseph York. 



GODDARD and SONS.. Architects. 

186.S, S41 Paxton Memorial. 

GODDARD and PAGET. 

Architects. 

Bo7vling Green St., Leicester. 

1880. nil Church of St. Peter, Radcliffe 

on Trent, near Nottingham. 
6, Market Street, Leicester. 

1881. 1013 Houses at Leicester. 

1 886. 1607 Knighton Spinnies, Leicester. 

GODDARD, PAGET, and GOD- 
DARD Architects. 

6, Market Street, Leicester. 
1891. 1851 Alliance Assurance Company, 

Leicester. 
1896. 1620 Church of St. James the 

Greater, Leicester. 

GODDARD, PAGET, and CAT- 
LOW Architects. 

S, Market Street, Leicester. 
1904. 1647 Free Library, Kettering. 

GODEFROY, P. M. F. 

Painter, Sculptor, and Architect. 

M. Godefroy, 

5, Queen Square, 

Westminster. 

1820. 752 Sketch in water colours of a 

negro house near St. Mary's 
chapel. A gothic edifice 
erected by him in 1805 at 
Baltimore, United States. 
Pennsylvania Acadetny. 

76, Newtnan Street. 

1821. 538 Charles XII of Sweden, 

wounded and carried by his 
Drabans on the field of 
battle at Pultowa; a sketch. 
See Voltaire's " Life of 
Charles XII." 
753 Landscape: study from nature 
in Maryland, North America. 

1006 Principal front of the Branch 
Bank of the United States, 
erected in the city of Balti- 
more, North America. 

1094 Model of a National Cenotaph, 
executed in marble (63 feet 
high) in Washington Square, 
Baltimore, North America. 
P. M. F. Godefroy, do., 
12, Charles Street, 
Clarendon Square, New Rd. 

1822. 5-2 The Inquisition; an allegorical 

design. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Godefroy, P. M. F. — continued. 

1822. 890 Elevation of the monument to 

be erected on Capital-Square, 
Richmond, to the memory 
of General Washington, by 
the state of Virginia, North 
America. 

1823. 666 Scene in Virginia. 

The natural bridge is the most 
sublime of nature's works; its 
proportions, ascertained by Mr. 
Jefferson since the publication of 
his notes, are height 213 feet, 
breadth of the arch 90 feet, breadth 
of the stream beneath, called 
Cedar Creek, 50 feet; the rock 
over which the road leads 80 feet, 
thickness of the rock at the sum- 
mit of the arch 40 feet. Though 
the sides of the bridge are in some 
parts with a parapet of fixed rocks, 
yet few men have the courage to 
look over the abyss. Vou in- 
voluntarily fall on your hands and 
knees to peep over it. It is im- 
possible for the emotions arising 
from the sublime to be beyond 
what they are on viewing it from 
below. This bridge is in Upper 
Virginia, about 180 miles from 
Washington city. — Jefferson's 
Notes on Virginia. 

1824. 626 View from nature of the City 

of Baltimore, United States, 
shewing in the distance Fort 
M'Henry, which was bom- 
barded in 1814 by a British 
Squadron. 

GODELET, F Painter. 

1 6, Mount Street. 

1 81 8. 792 Portrait of his niece. 

103, Oxford Street. 

18 1 9. 987 Captain Alley. 

GODET, Julius Painter. 

2, College Place, Camden Town. 

1852. 1128 Scene near HoUington, Sussex. 

1853. 1240 Waterfall on the beach at Bon- 

church, Isle of Wight. 
1278 Carisbrook Castle. 

1854. 1255 Fairlight Glen, near Hastings. 

1855. 552 Quarr Abbey, Isle of Wight. 
599 Bonchurch, Isle of Wight. 

II, St. PauFs Road, 

Camden Town. 

1858. 64 Evening on the Lledr, North 

Wales. 
307 On the 1-lugwy, North Wales, 
Moel Siabod in the distance. 

1859. 959 View near Highgate Ponds. 
i860. 41 Steephill, near Ventnor, Isle of 

Wight. 



19, Bay ham Terrace, 

Camden Town. 

1861. 575 Powick Farm, near Worcester, 

1862. 410 Lane scene near Fairlight Glen, 

Hastings. 

38, Camden Road. 
1867. 180 A Woodland scene. 
1874. 236 On Hampstead Heath. 
1876. 912 do. do. 

923 Through the woods. 



GODFREY, Miss Adelaide A. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1848. 286 Scene on the Ayr at Bars- 
kumming. 



GODFREY, Louis Engraver. 

43, Dale Vieu' Road, 

Stamford Hill. 
1885. 1726 The Courtship of William II 
of Orange. After D. W. 
Wynfield. 
1887. 1580 The last bit of scandal. After 
W. F. Yeames, R.A. 
Oakleigh, Jl'oodside Green. 
1892. 1462 Archbishop Tail. AfterGeorge 
Richmond, R.A. 



GODFREY, Miss L. M. (Ellen). 

Painter. 

31, Emery Street, Catnbridge. 
1882. 472 Portrait of the artist. 



GODFREY, Miss M. A Painter. 

19, Brunswick Place, 

Barnsbury. 

1855. 255 The bird's nest. 



GODGIFT, J Painter. 

Cercle Artistique, Cairo, Egypt. 
1898. 714 Wailing-place of the Jews, 
Jerusalem. 



GODSAL, Miss Mary Painter. 

104, Wellington Building,S. IV. 
1879. 668 Cinderella. 

Gwernvale, Crickho7vel, 

South Wales. 

1889. 126 "Give a dog a bad name and 

hang him ! " 

j Hillside Cottage, Bushey. 

1S96. 275 Rizpah. "And Rizpah took 

I sackcloth, etc." 



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GODSELL, Miss Mary E. ... Painter. 

Salmon House, Stroud. 
1884. 1 145 Summer. 
1888. 1221 The last of the season. 
1893. 1 1 24 Crowded out. 
1897. 906 Peaches. 

GODWARD, John William. ..Painter. 

7, Wilton Road, Wimbledon. 

1887. 721 A yellow turban. 

1888. 941 lanthe. 

34, St. Leonardos Terrace, 

Chelsea. 

1890. 42 A Pompeian bath. 

1 89 1. 908 "The sweet siesta of a summer 

day." — Byron. 
967 Clymene. 

1892. 625 Reflections. 

1893. 21 Rest. 

463 At the fountain. 
654 Portrait of a girl. 
748 Sitting for a portrait. 

410, Fulham Road. 

1895. 3°+ ^ priestess. 

472 Mischief and repose. 

1896. 521 Campaspe. 

597 A flower seller. 

1897. 664 Venus binding her hair. 

1898. 128 Nymph of the chase. 
442 Circe. 

1900. 820 Chloe. 

1 90 1. 476 Venus at the bath. 
I903- 370 Phyrrha, etc. 

GODWIN, Mrs. C. G. 

Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary E.xhibitor.) 
1832. 934 Portrait of a lady. 

GODWIN, E Miniature Painter. 

1 5, Cleveland Street. 

1801. 751 Portrait of a lady. 

1802. Sio do. gentleman. 

1803. 856 do. do. 
871 do. do. 

1804. 771 do. ofificer. 

27, George Street, 

Portland Chapel. 

1805. 384 Portrait of a lady. 

1806. 664 do. do. 

1807. 858 do. do. 

863 do. young lady. 

1808. 795 do. young gentleman. 

Sloane Street. 

1812. 668 A portrait. 

1813. 525 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1816. 740 do. Master of Arts of 

Trinity College, Cambridge, 
in ancient costume. 
III. 



GODWIN, Edward William. 

Architect. 

197, All>a?iy Street. 
1869. 1012 Wall decoration, etc., Dromorc 
Castle, Co. Limerick; the 
figures by H. S. Marks. 
1872. 1162 Leicester Town Hall, etc. 

1188 Council Chamber, Leicester 
Town Hall, etc. 

GODWIN (E. W.) and CRISP. 

Architects. 

23, Jiaker Street. 

1867. 888 Dromore Castle, Co. Limerick, 

etc. 

197, Albany Street. 

1 868. 88 1 Glenbegh Towers, near Kil- 

larney. 
889 Bristol Assize Courts. 
893 Gateway, Castle Ashby. 
895 Gatehouse, Castle Ashby. 

GODWIN, George Architect. 

29, Queen Square, Bro?npton. 
181 1. S94 Front of Theatre Franc^ais at 
Paris, Rue de la Loi, ci- 
devant Rue de Richelieu. 

GODWIN, George, /^i^.^'.... Architect. 

24, Alexander Square. 

1832. 1023 Literary and Scientific Institu- 
tion, etc. 

1862. 865 Bailiff House, etc., Stanley 
Farm, Somersetshire. 

GODWIN, James Painter. 

24, Alexander Square. 

1846. 308 As You Like It, act iii, 

scene 3. 
326 As You Like It, act iii, 
scene 6, etc. 

II, Pelham Crescent. 
1 85 1. 701 Hamlet and Ophelia (the 
King and Polonius listen- 
ing), etc. 

GODWIN, S Architect. 

24, Alexander Square. 
1851. 296 Restoration near Tring, Herts. 

GODWIN, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1847. 1223 King John's Cup. The cup is 

of silver, gilt and enamelled. 
It was presented by King 
John to the Corporation of 
Lynn Regis, Norfolk, wit"h 
whom it remains. 

L L 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GOETZE, 


i8S8. 


579 




1026 




102S 


1889. 


492 


1891. 


1045 


1892. 


839 




993 




1072 



GOEBEL, C Painter. 

The Avenue, Fulham Road. 
1870. 542 Two sisters. 



Sigismund Painter. 

86, Carlton Hill, N. W. 

Amy, second daughter of 
George Bowles, Esq. 

Violet, daughter of the late 
James H. Goetze, Esq., as 
" Peg Woffington." 

Study of a monk's head. 

Mrs. Charles Fowler. 

Miss Angela Goetze. 

Evensong. 

The spirit of classic poetry. 

" A countenance in which did 
meet sweet records, promises 
as sweet." 

St. Sebastian. 

6«, Ahercorn Place. 

Soul's struggle with sin. 

Girlhood awakening to love. 

Hamilton Lodge, 

86, Carlton Hill. 

Maud, daughter of H. Hertz, 
Esq. 

Silvia. " Is she kind as she is 
fair ? etc." 

Sir Charles Sargent, late Chief 
Justice of Bombay. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

The Divine Sower. " Behold 
the heavenly Sower, etc." 

Norma, daughter of J. Flower- 
dew Lawson, Esq., and 
" Balfour." 

6(7, Abercorn Place. 

Eloquent silence; a portion of 
the decoration of the chan- 
cel of St. Botolph's, Alders- 
gate. 

" Victorem captivum amor 
domum reducit." 

Sybil, daughter of 
G. F. Scott. 

Mrs. G. F. Scott. 

The dream of the 
errant. 

The echo of a Voice, 
lives join, etc." 

The Vision of Sir Percivale's 
sister. " Streamed thro' my 
cell a cold and silver beam, 
etc." 

" My dear Lady Betty." 

Vox humana. " Hear nature, 
hear! etc." 

Eva, daughter of Alfred Mend, 
Esq. 



1894. 116 

1S95. 535 
6.3 



1896. 51 
14S 

1897. 433 

541 

933 

1898. 624 



1899. 


9S4 


1900. 


426 




593 
1015 


1 90 1. 


406 


1902. 


484 


1903. 


165 
664 



Colonel 

Knight 
" If two 



697 



1904. 20 Mrs. Darcy Taylor and 
children. 
526 " Despised and rejected of 
men." "All we like sheep 
have gone astray; we have 
turned every one to his own 
way; and the Lord hath 
laid on Him the iniquity of 
us all." 

GOFF, Miss Bertha L Sculptor. 

6, Gloucester Road, 

Finslmry Park. 

1899. 2006 William Goff, Esq.; bust. 

Ashdene, The Avenue, Lee, S.E. 

1900. 1930 Mrs. Goff; bust. 

2042 Child with cat; statuette. 

2046 j Scenes from 

2047 > the life of a 

2048 j horse. 

GOFF, E Architect. 

II, Welclose Square. 
1792. 671 Design for a pavilion intended 
to be built in North Wales. 
1797. 1 160 Elevation of the east fronts of 
two houses lately erected. 

GOFF, Fred. E. J Painter. 

27, Lyneti Avenue, 

Clapham Comtnon. 
1900. 1274 Charing Cross. 

1283 London from Tower Bridge. 
1307 Fleet Street. 

GOFF, Colonel Robert. 

Painter and Etcher. 
5, Charles Street. 
722 Bazaar Scene, Damascus. 
700 Windsor. 
703 Muckross Abbey. 
1247 Chapel in Westminster Abbey. 
I , Courtfield Road. 
709 Approach to Shrine, Yenoshima, 

Japan. 
67 A quiet pool. 
274 Low tide, Dover cliffs. 
588 The Dover cliffs : evening glow. 
1 160 Going to market: Dordrecht. 
1885. 1 1 57 Landing fish — Folkestone. 
1S87. 856 The plough. 

1468 Windmills near Dordrecht. 
1476 Folkestone Beach — summer. 
1888. 1243 Mercato Vecchio. 
1579 Evening. 
1622 Gravcsend pier. 
1062 Study at Whitby. 
'393 Springtime, Kensington Gar- 
dens. 



1870. 
1871. 

1872. 



1883. 



1884. 



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1889. 1522 San Giorgio, Venice. 

1890. 1224 A study. 



GOGIN, Mrs. Charles (Alma). 

Painter. 

Laguna, Shorehatn, Sussex. 
1895. 705 Little sunshine. 

38, Compton Avenue, Brighton. 
1898. 87S " What shall I say?" 



GOGIN, Charles Painter. 

59, Berners Street. 
1874. 1 1 89 Design for Wall decoration: 
Falstaff and Prince Henry at 
the Boar's Head Tavern. 

150, Euston Road. 

1876. 657 Scene from Twelfth Night. 

" Viola. I am no fee'd post, 
lady; Keep your purse." 
1183 Visitors to the old house. 
31, Cantelowe's Road, 

Camden Square. 

1877. 387 Ivy leaves. 

565 Andante Amoroso. 

1878. 603 A love story. 

846 Tea vcithout scandal. 

1879. 314 Mariana. "Take, O take those 

lips away, etc." 

1880. 421 Mary, daughter of Frederick 

Arnold, Esq. 

1882. 1078 The nurse's corner — Luxem- 

bourg Gardens. 

164, Euston Road. 

1883. 675 Dorothy, daughter of Frederick 

Hudson Arnold, Esq. 
1885. 5S9 Prisoners on a canal: incident 
of the Dutch rebellion; the 
1 6th century. 

Liigana, Shorehatn. 

1893. 392 After Waterloo. 

1894. 871 A quiet hour. 



GOLD, F Painter. 

3, College Green, Bristol. 

1819. 486 Sir W. W. Doveton. 

1820. 447 Landscape. 

GOLDEN, R Architect. 

Rome. 

1794. 625 The exterior elevation and 

transverse section of aprison. 

629 The interior elevation and 

longitudinal section of a 

prison. 

3, Great Orinond Street. 
1796. 724 Design for a house and offices. 



GOLDICUTT, John Architect. 

39, Clarges Street. 

18 10. 786 Design for a museum. 

181 1. 886 do. pavillion. 

18 1 2. 809 do. mausoleum. 

1814. 681 do. Watergate com- 

memorative of the victories 
atchieved by the Marquis 
\Vellington. 

1S18. 964 View of the ruins of the Temple 
of Peace, Rome, 1817. 
965 Fragments in the museum of 
the Vatican, Rome, 181 7. 

1819. 1064 The Egyptian obelisk in the 

square of St. John Lateran 
at Rome. 

1070 Section of the Cathedral of St. 
Peter at Rome from actual 
measurement taken in 181 8. 
"The length of the edifice 
700 feet, width 500 feet, 
height 465, etc., etc. 

" The large mosaic paint- 
ing seen to the right repre- 
sents St. Pretronilla by Guer- 
cino; on the left the altar of 
St. Leon, basso-relief by Al- 
gardi, etc., etc." 

1 100 View of Gundimore, near 
Christchurch, the residence 
of W. S. Rose, Esq. 

1175 Ruins of the Theatre at Taor- 
mina, with a distant view of 
Mount /Etna. 

1820. 757 The Arch of Titus, Rome. 

873 Ruins of the great Hypasthral 
Temple at Sell nun turn, 
Sicily. 

182 1. 1068 View of the Claudian Aque- 

duct, Compagna di Roma — 
morning; Austrian cavalry 
on the march for the Abruzzi. 
1069 Sculpture and Architecture 
drawn from specimens of 
ancient Greece and Rome. 

1822. S95 Design for a naval monument 

to commemorate the land- 
ing of George 4th at Milford 
Haven, Sept. 13, 1821. The 
surrounding objects convey 
an idea of a port in the 
Mediterranean. 
93S Design for the General Post 
Office, London, etc. 

1823. 945 Design for an observatory. 

1824. 556 The Villa Borghese, Rome, 

1S18. 
1828. 9S1 Marine Villa for Simon Halli- 
day, Esq., at West Cowes, 
Isle of Wight. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Goldicutt, John — conlinued. 

1S30. 1053 The Dell Villa, Windsor, the 
seat of the Hon. Henry R. 
Westenra, M.P., etc. 
1 147 The Casino on the Esplanade 
at Worthing. 
1833- 979 Design for a naval monument 
proposed to be erected on 
the site of Trafalgar Square. 

1834. 917 Ruins of the ancient theatre at 

Taormina, Sicily, etc. 
976 New Hall for the Fishmongers' 
Company. 

1835. 921 Freemasons' Hall, as designed 

and arranged for the festival 
on the 24th March in honour 
of the presentation of the 
medal to Sir John Soane, 
R.A., by the British Archi- 
tects. 
922 Chalybeate; a design to intro- 
duce the study of an ancient 
marble made at Rome of 
^sculapius and Hygeia. 

1836. 977 Dingley Park, Northampton- 

shire, for Henry Holbech 
Hungerford, Esq., etc. 
996 The castle at Newcastle-on- 
Tyne, etc. 

1837. 620 View of the lower corridor of 

the Coliseum, Rome. 

1076 View of the Temple of Con- 
cord, Ancient Agrigentum. 

109S The London Amphitheatre for 
Scientific Institution, etc. 

1838. 1123 Design for a military and naval 

trophy for the Royal Gar- 
dens, etc. 

1S40. 973 Design for the Royal Exchange. 
1016 A Vision of the 19th century: 
the portico of the National 
Gallery, etc. 

1842. IU2 Paddington church; with G. 
Gutch. 



GOLDIE, Charles Painter. 

8, Potsdoii.ni Rd., Maida Hill. 

1858. 247 The Publican and the Pharisee. 
850 AlonsoCano bestowing charity. 

This eminent artist, a canon of 
Granada, if solicited for charity 
in the street, after having be- 
stowed all liis money in .alms, was 
in the habit of going into a shop, 
and there making a sketch, would 
give it to the beggar, directing 
him to a purchaser. 

5, Berkeley Gardens. 

1859. 296 Sixtus V when a shepherd 

studying at a wayside altar. 



1864. 
3865. 



1866. 



1867. 



1859. 380 The Monk FeHx. "And lo! 

he heard, etc." — Longfellow. 
915 A sentinel in the peasants' war 

in Brittany, etc. 

241, Tottenham Court Road. 
1S63. 182 Joan of Arc. "At the siege of 

Troyes the English saw a 

cloud of white butterfles 

hovering round her standard 

and capitulated." 
565 True to death. 

On the capitulation of Col- 
chester, Sir George Lisle and Sir 
Charles Lucas were selected for 
execution. Lucas, tearing open 
his doublet, exclaimed, " Fire, 
rebels!" and instantly fell. Lisle 
ran to him and kissed his dead 
body, and turning to the soldiers 
desired them to advance nearer. 

287 A reader. 
178 Study of a head. 
34, Gloucester Place, 

Portman Square. 
133 The bookworm. 
248 In a quiet corner. 
575 An evening stroll. 
222 The last touches. " The setting 

sun, etc." 
241 Romeo in Capulet's orchard. 
"With love's light wings 
did I o'erperch these walls, 
etc." 

77;*? Oaks, Frognal. 

1868. 552 A child martyr borne across 

the Roman Campagna to 
one of the catacombs. 

1869. 8S0 The interview of St. Augustine 

and King Ethelbert. 

The meeting must have been 
remarkable. The Saxon king, 
with his wild soldiers round, 
seated on the bare ground on one 
side. With a huge silver cross 
borne before him, and beside it a 
large picture of Christ painted and 
gilded after the fashion of those 
times, on an upright board, came 
up from the shore Augustine and 
his companions, amounting alto- 
gether to forty. They sat down 
at the King's command, and the 
interview began. Neither, we 
must remember, could understand 
the other's language. Hut the 
priests, whom Augustine had 
brought from France, now stepped 
forward as interpreters, and thus 
the dialogue which followed was 
carried on much as all communi- 
cations are carried on in the East. 

1870. 89 The trial of St. Perpetua. 

One day we were suddenly led 
away to be judged. Arrived at 
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the " Catastata"; and the others, 
being interrogated, confessed. 
But when it came to my turn, my 
father appeared on the spot with 
my infant and implored me : 
" Have pity on thy babe !" And 
Ililarianus, the procurator: "Have 
pity on the white hairs of thy 
father, and the infancy of thy 
child. Sacrifice for the welfare of 
the Emperors!" I replied, "I will 
not." Hilarianus; "Art thou thena 
Christian? "and I answered, "Yes, 
I am a Christian!" And as my 
father would have drawn me away 
Hilarianus ordered him to be 
driven off. Then sentence was 
pronounced, and we were con- 
demned to the beasts, and with 
hearts full of joy we returned to 
our prison. 

1871. 134 Louis XVII and the sparrows 

in the Temple. 

Permitted once more to breathe 
the air of heaven on the summit 
of his prison, the child, supported 
by his keeper (Lasne) and leaning 
against the wall, would remain 
long hours watching " his birds " 
— as he was wont to call the 
sparrows which came to drink out 
of a puddle in the worn pave- 
ment. It was only from this nar- 
row platform, shut in on one side 
by the battlements with their 
closed embrasures, and on the 
other by the roof of the great 
tower, that he could see the sky, 
and it is easy to conceive how he 
loved the chirping of these little 
birds, and envied them their wings 
and liberty. 

1872. 4S5 Israel con Rachele, per cui 

tanto fe. " So Jacob served 
seven years for Rachel, etc." 

1876. 525 La Simpatica. 

901 A Highland funeral — Loch 
Shiel. From time immemo- 
rial St. Finnan's Isle, in the 
middle of the loch, has been 
the burial place of the Ca- 
tholics of the district. 
3, Manners Road, Hampstead. 

iSiTg. 1042 The last hours of the Vener- 
able Bede. 

Thus he passed the day in joy 
until the evening, when the youth 
said to him, " l3ear master, there 
is yet one sentence not written" ; 
he answered, "Write quickly." 
Presently the youth said, " Now it 
is written"; he replied, "Good, 
thou hast said the truth, consiun- 
niatuiii est ..." and so, on the 
floor of his cell, he sang, " Glory 
be to the Father, Son, and Holy 
Ghost"; and just as he had said 
Holy Ghost, he breathed his last, 
and went to the realms above. 



GOLDIE, Edward Architect. 

10, Kensington Si/itare. 
1880. 1148 Chateau de la Jouardayc. 

1894. 1614 Church of St. Thomas of Can- 

terbury, Wandsworth. 

1895. 1435 Ashorne Hill House. 

1558 Church of our most Holy Re- 
deemer, Chelsea. 
1567 St. Ethelbert's Church, Slough. 
1897. 1803 St. Alban's Church, Blackburn. 
1842 Hawkesyard Priory, near Ruge- 

ley, Staffs. 

3 1 , Upper Pliillimorc Place. 
1899. 1832 Interior, Church of Our Lady 

of Lourdes, Acton. 
1903. 1573 High altar, etc., Hawkesyard 

Priory. 
1585 Interior, Church of St. Paul, 

Wood Green. 
1679 St. John and St. Elizabeth 

Hospital, London. 

GOLDIE, George Architect. 

1S54. 1 1 86 Design for a Canopied tomb. 

44, Parliament Street. 
1859. 1130 St. Peter's Church, Scarbro'. 

9, King Street, IVesiminster. 

1 86 1. 716 St. Mary's Church, Greenock. 

34, Gloucester Place, 

Portinan Square. 

1862. 855 St. Wilford's R.C. Church, 

York. 
1865. 786 Interior, Church of St. John of 
Jerusalem, Great Ormond 
Street. 

9, Kensington Square. 
1872. 1223 Interior of St. Paul's College 
Chapel, Stony Stratford. 
{See also Hadfield and Goldie.) 

GOLDIE and CHILD Architects. 

9, Kensington Square. 
1874. 1085 Upsal Castle, nr. Thirsk. 

1879. mo Church of the Oratory, Bromp- 

ton. 
1 1 34 Interior of Dominican Church, 
Waterford. 

1880. 1092 Chapel of Catholic Public 

School at Earl's Court. 
1095 do. do. interior. 

GOLDIE, CHILD, and GOLDIE. 

Architects. 

9, Kensington Square. 

1881. 1017 Residence in the Isle of Wight. 
1075 Residence. 

1885. 1813 Roman Catholic Church. 

1886. 1 56 1 Church of St. James, Spanish 

Place. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Goldie, Child, and Goldie — continued. 

1886. 1644 New Catholic Church, Mount 

Vernon, Liverpool. 
1691 New Carmelite Monastery, 

Kensington. 
1696 Church of St. James, Spanish 

Place. 

1887. 1599 Church of the Sacred Heart, 

Liverpool. 

10, Kensington Square. 

1890. i7j5 Church of St. Luke, Richmond. 
1736 St. Mary's Chapel, Mill Hill. 
1743 Church of St. Luke, Richmond. 
i8z4 Priory of our Lady, Hayward's 

Heath. 

1891. 1930 Church of St. Michael, Stone- 

bridge, Willesden. 

1892. 173S Roman Catholic Church. 

GOLDINGHAM, James A.. ..Painter. 

i3rt, Sumner Place., 

South Kensington. 
1871. 76 Italian woman at the well. 

14, Milbourne Grove. 
1877. 915 A bite. 
1S78. S3 Le Chef. 

1879. 920 H.H. the Maharajah Duleep 

Singh, G.C.S.L 
Roivsleys., Holland Park Road. 

1880. 946 A reverie. 

1881. 356 "Till I found him lying mur- 

dered where he wooed me 
long ago." 

GOLDRING, G Architect. 

At Mr. Pilkitigton's, 

Whitehall. 
1792. 556 Design for a garden building. 

1795. 680 West front of St. Ann's Church, 

Limehouse. 

1796. 763 Design for a villa. 

At Mr. Baylefs, 

Limeliouse Hole. 

1 80 1. S74 Design for a church. 

1802. 933 do. villa. 

GOLDSMID, Miss Evelyn J. 

Sculptor. 
45, Bryanston Square. 
1886. 1S99 Girl's head; bust, marble. 

GOLDSMITH, Henry Architect. 

63, Faulkner Street, 

Manchester. 

1899. 1729 Altrincham Council Offices. 

1900. 1735 Bungalow Hall, Altrincham. 
1903. 1633 Golf Club House, Rhos on Sea. 



GOLDSMITH, Miss. 

Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

18 1 6. 694 Mr. L. Goldsmith. 

76, Charlotte Street. 

1817. 453 J. Welsh, Esq. 

513 Portrait of Talma, the French 
tragedian. 



GOLDSMITH, Walter Painter. 

30, High .Street, Maidenhead. 

1881. 65 "And all the air a solemn still- 

ness holds." 

1882. 626 A quiet nook in early spring. 

1883. 212 "Babbling low amid the 

tangled woods." 
3, Blenheim Villas, 

Maidenhead. 
18S4. 32 The ford at Dorney. 
350 A reedy pool. 
1661 Lowering weather. 
1885. 676 The old church pool at 
Dorney. 
1214 " O glide, fair stream, for ever 
so, etc." 

1887. 135 On the Thames at Bray. 

1888. 304 Winter afternoon. 

330 A Thames backwater, War- 
grave. 
120S Holyport Common. 

6, Park Villas, Hampstead. 
1890. 50 A Thames backwater, War- 
grave. 

1892. 820 Waning day. 

1893. 704 A Thames backwater. 

Haydn Studio, 

North Tower, Maidenhead. 
iZ^I. 744 A Wayside Inn, "The Bell 

and Bottle." 
1898. 382 The ford, Monkton, Dorset. 
1 1 14 A grey day on the Loddon. 



GOLDTHWAIT, Harold ... Painter. 

The Gables, 

South Nonvood Hill, S.E. 

1898. 544 Sunset — Shirley. 

1899. 827 A glimpse of the river. 

1900. 52 The banks of the Arun. 

899 Early morning — Houghton, 
Sussex. 
Clarence House, Queen's Road, 
South Noritwod. 

1903. 40 Mitcham Common. 
380 Shades of evening. 
497 Departing glory. 

1904. 447 Storm clouds and mist — Forest 

of Dean. 
804 After rain — Bury, Sussex. 



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263 



GOMME, Stephen Architect. 

IJaiiimersmitli. 
1839. 1194 Design for a mausoleum. 

1229 Cockburn House, Shepherd's 
Bush, for O. May, Esq. 
1845. 1293 Cheltenham College, etc. 

GOMPERTZ, E Painter. 

34, Edward Street. 

1837. 582 Sketch from nature in Kensing- 

ton Gardens. 

GOMPERTZ, F. T Architect. 

45, Eluiry Street. 
1858. 1007 Design for a National Gallery. 
i860. 651 Cathedral of the thirteenth 
century. 

GOMPERTZ, G Painter. 

1830. 296 The limner. 

1833. 613 The tale of chivalry. 

29, North Audley Street. 

1835. 813 Design from Woodstock. 

15, Granby Place, Lambeth. 

1836. 480 The messenger. 

1838. 594 The Country public house. 
1843. 40 Deaf as a post. 

GOMPERTZ, S Architect. 

2^,Judd Place West. 

1836. 1020 Bure Homage for Baroness de 

Feucheres, etc. 

34, Edward Street. 

1837. 602 Entrance to a church. 

GONON, Eugene Sculptor. 

2, Northampton Place. 
1855. 1496 Group of nightingales and 
grapes; bronze. 
1498 Hand from nature; bronze. 
1502 A tomtit's nest — terrified by a 
rat and viper; bronze. 

GOOCH, Edward Painter. 

1 1 , Radstock Road, 

Fairfield, Liverpool. 
1898. 102 1 The passing of Elaine. 

GOOCH, Miss Mary Ann Painter. 

Richmond, Surrey. 
1853. 385 Still life. 

GOOCH, R. A. C Painter. 

9, Halsey Terrace. 
1851. 109 Passing thoughts. 

Tivickenham. 
1867. 31 The bird's nest. 



GOOCH, T 


Painter. 






7, facing the chapel. 






Knightsbridge. 


178.. 


n 


Portrait of a gig-mare, the 
property of a gentleman. 
{Mr. Nevill's.—\Vo.\i^o\e.) 




29 


Portrait of a gentleman, with 
his horse and dogs. 




49 


Portrait of a horse, called 
Monarc, once the property 
of the late Col. Gallatine. 


1782. 


27 


Portrait of a hunter. 




5' 


do. an old horse. 




63 


Portraits of horses and dogs be- 
longing to the Hon. Mr. Pitt. 




90 


Portrait of a horse with dogs. 




114 


do. horse and dog. 




.83 


do. nobleman on a 
managed horse. {Lord 
Rivers.) 


1783- 


83 


Portrait of a gentleman on 
horseback. 




116 


Portraits of a young nobleman 
and his sister on horseback. 




■59 


Portraits of two horses. 




239 


The life of a race-horse, in a 
series of six different stages, 
as follows, viz. : 

ist, The foal, with the mare. 

2nd, The colt breaking. 

3rd, The time of running. 

4th, as a hunter. 

5 th, as a fast horse. 

6th, His death. 


1784. 


"79 


Portrait of a horse. 

43, Half Moon Street. 


1786. 


131 


Portrait of a horse and dog. 




168 


Portraits of two horses. 




208 


Portrait of a horse with a grey- 
hound. 




220 


Portrait of a horse, with figure 
and dogs. 




225 


Portrait of a gentleman on 
horseback, with his game- 
keeper and pointers. 




394 


Portraits of two horses in a 
curricle. 




399 


Portrait of an old horse. 


1787. 


121 


do. a brood mare. 




140 


A pointer. 




440 


Portrait of a gentleman with 
his spaniels. 

4, Half Moon Street. 


1789. 


79 


Three studies of horses. 




202 


Portrait of a shooting horse 
with pointers. 




403 


Hounds killing a fo.\. 


1790. 


14 


Lady's lap dogs. 




77 


Portrait of a cat. 




214 


A stag hound. 



264 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gooch, 


T.- 


-continued. 


1790. 


216 


A setting dog. 




238 


A greyhound. 




239 


Spaniels. 




262 


Foxhounds. 




263 


Pomeranian dog. 




278 


Coach dogs. 




279 


A Newfoundland dog. 




402 


Portrait of a horse. 




414 


do. an old pointer. 
4, Chapel Street, Mayfair. 


1792. 


33> 


Portrait of horse. 




357 


do. a dog. 




385 


do. a horse. 


1793- 


21 


do. a horse with dogs. 




26 


Thelatter state of a coach-horse. 




55 


Portrait of a lady on a remark- 
able trotting mare. 




68 


A Dog from Milan. 




72 


Portrait of an Italian Grey- 
hound. 




S7 


Portrait of Staring Tom. 




III 


Satellite, by Eclipse, a favourite 
stallion. 




223 


Breaking in the young coach- 
horse. 




286 Portrait of a horse. 


1794. 


32 


do. an old pack-horse. 




47 


A curricle horse, the property 
of a nobleman. 




49 


The race-horse. 




62 


Portrait of a horse and dog. 




74 


The death of the hare. 




92 


The cart-horse; a character. 




188 


The post-horse; a character. 




190 


The dray-horse; a character. 




207 


The galloway. 




209 


The coach-horse; a character. 




231 


The hunter; a character. 




236 


The stallion; a character. 




294 


Portrait of a gentleman on 

horseback. 
10, Winchester Ron<, Paddington. 


1795- 


lOI 


Portrait of a hunter. 




311 


do. favourite hackney. 


1796. 


347 


The progress of the riding 
school. 


1797. 


248 


Portrait of a gentleman on a 

favourite trotting mare. 
II, Southampton Row, 

Padditigton. 


1798. 


■74 


Portrait of a hunter. 




228 


do. dog. 




293 


do. blood-mare. 



Lyndhursf, Kent. 

1801. 171 Portrait of a hunter. 
236 do. horse. 

1802. 9 do. hunter. 
238 do. do. 



GOOD, Joseph Henry Architect. 

75, Hatton Garden. 

1S33. 888 New Entrance to the Royal 
Pavilion, Brighton. 

1834. 1017 A View, showing the proposed 
new front to the Armourers' 
and Braziers' Hall, in Cole- 
man Street. 

1840. 965 St. Paul's church, Bunhill Row, 
etc. 



GOOD, John Willis Sculptor. 

12, The Avenue, Fulham Road. 

1870. 1084 Putting hounds into cover. 

" Oft listening how the 
hounds and horn, etc." 

1871. 1235 A study of Cattle. 

1872. 1397 A retriever dog; terra-cotta. 
1420 Master Peter Carthew ; terra- 
cotta. 

1S73. 1484 Prince of Wales, a celebrated 
Clydesdale horse, the pro- 
perty of Lawrence Drew, 
Esq. With C. Lutyens. 
1498 Before the race. 
1500 After the race. 
1874. 1593 Racing statuette: in the pad- 
dock. 

1597 Hunting statuette: calling 

hounds out of cover. 

1598 Hunting statuette: the view 

halloo. 
1S75. 1378 "Quiet to ride and drive, and 
has been hunted"; bronze 
group. 

1876. 1497 L. F. Floersheim, Esq.; eques- 

trian statuette. 
1510 " He paweth in the valley, and 
rejoiceth in his strength." 

1877. 1476 Head of a lady; terra-cotta. 

1878. 1537 Statuette of a hunter. 

1 541 Statuette of a brougham horse. 



.Architect. 



Brayidean, near Alresford, 

Hants. 

1800. 114 The ox who won the plate at 

Lyndhurst races, going round 

a course nearly two miles 

in eight minutes. 



GOOD, M. R 

1826. S96 A temple. 



GOOD, Thomas Sword Painter. 

Bcnvick on Tweed. 

1820. 155 A Scotch shepherd. 

1821. 369 Music. 



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1821. 



1822. 



1823. 
1824. 
1825. 

1826. 
1827. 
1828. 
1829. 

1830. 

1831. 
1832. 
•833- 



407 A man with a hare. 
16, Heiirietta Street, 

Coven t Garden. 
loi A study of two old men (still 
living) who fought at the 
battle of Minden. 
234 An old Northumbrian pi[)cr. 
"Lumps of butter and shives 
of bread my mollier gave 
me when I stood in need." 
323 Practice. 

210 Rummaging an old wardrobe. 
99 A study of a girl and boy. 
1 10 Smugglers resting. 
84 A study of figures. 
63 Fishermen. 
361 Interior with figures. 
38 Idlers. 

83 Coast scene with fishermen. 
131 The truant. 
170 Merry cottagers. 
155 Medicine. 

25 Coast scene with a fisherman. 
341 The industrious mother. 



GOODALL, Edward. 

Painter and Engraver. 

20, Arlington Street, 

Camden Town. 

1822. 201 Rochester Castle from the river. 

1 1 , Lmver Pratt Place, 

Camden Town. 

1823. 160 North End, Hampstead — 

sunset. 



GOODALL, Edward Alfred, R.W.S. 

Painter. 

Mornmglon Grove Cottage, 

Haynpstead Road. 
1841. 452 Tour de Massacre at Caen, 
Normandy. 

1845. 582 Landing place to an Indian 

Village, British Guiana, 
South America. 

1846. 473 The South porch of the 

Cathedral of Chartres. 

1847. 605 The church of St. Ouen, 

Rouen, Normandy. 

1849. 4°^ The Cuirassier's forge at Caen, 

Normandy. 

1850. 412 Market boats arriving at 

Angers, Maine et Loire. 
428 A Breton family. 

1852. 433 Interior of a carpenter's shop, 

Brittany. 

1853. 216 A Brittany interior. 

264 A fisherman's cottage, Brit- 
tany. 
III. 



1857. 992 The Green Hill Battery, heavy 

bombardment, April, 1855 — 
sunrise; a finished study for 
a large picture. From 
sketches made on the spot 
during the siege of Sebasto- 
pol. 

1858. 80 Venice from the Giudecca. 

24, St. George's Square, 

Regent's Park. 

1859. 295 Entrance to the Grand Canal, 

Venice — sunset. 
1861. 422 Omnibus, per Lido, Venice. 

57, Fitzroy Road. 
1884. 1638 Interior of the Mosque of 

Sultan Hassan, Cairo. 



GOODALL, Miss Eliza (afterwards 
Mrs. Wild) Painter. 

Grove Cottage, Albert Street. 
235 Une paysanne de la Brctagne. 
341 " Say why the pensive widow 

loves to weep, etc." 
379 The idle nurse. 
231; Interior of a Highland cottage, 

from sketches made on the 

spot. 
94 A farm house kitchen. 
156 Stepping stones, North Wales. 
422 Blackberry gatherers. 
268 A corner of the hop garden. 
559 Le dejeune. 
{Now Mrs. Wild.) 

5, Oakley Square, 
609 Interior of a French cottage. 



1846. 
1847. 

1848. 
1849. 



1850 
1851 
1852 
1853 
1854 



1855- 



GOODALL, Frederick, R.A, II.R.I. 

Painter, 

Mornington Grove Cottage, 

Mornington Crescent. 
653 Thames Tunnel, 
do. 
do. 
715 Interior of the Thames Tunnel. 
41 Card players: interior of a 

Cabaret, Normandy. 
12 Leaving church. 

A Veteran of the Old Guard 

describing one of Napoleon's 

battles — interior of a farrier's 

shop. 

The tired soldier resting at a 

road-side well. 
Passing the cross — Brittany. 
A wounded soldier returned to 
his family, visited by a Sister 
of Charity. 
Le bon cur^. 

MM 



1838. 



1839. 

1840. 
1841. 



1842. 

1843. 
1844. 



655 
656 



1159 



72 

362 

472 



1845. 361 



266 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Goodall, 

tinned. 
1845. 

1846. 

1847. 

1848. 
1849. 



1850. 
1851. 



1859. 
i860. 



1852. 

1853- 
1854. 

1855- 
1856. 



1857. 123 



1861. 



Frederick, R.A., H.R.I.—con- 

553 Connamara market girls bath- 
ing tlieir feet before entering 
the town. 
84 Spanish peasants retreating 
from the French army. 

239 Going to Vespers. 

453 "When the merry bells ring 
round, etc." 

16, Albert Street. 

564 Departure of the emigrants. 

4, Camden Square. 

263 Hunt the slipper. " How often 
have I blessed the coming 
day, etc." 

443 The woodman's home. 

552 Raising the maypole. 

It was a great object with some 
of the more rigid among our early 
Reformers to suppress amuse- 
ments, especially maypoles; and 
these " idols " of the people were 
got down as zeal grew fierce. The 
Restoration of Charles II was the 
signal for the restoration of may- 
poles, which were reared with 
great ceremony and rejoicing. 

614 The last load. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

248 An episode of the happier days 
of Charles I. 

50 The swing. "Soaring in the 
swing, half pleased and half 
afraid, etc." 

402 The arrest of a peasant Royalist : 
Brittany, 1793. 

359 Cranmer at the Traitor's Gate. 
"On thro' that gate mis- 
named thro' which before 
went Sidney, Russell, 
Raleigh, Cranmer, More." — 
Rogers. 
" Veux-tu la tendresse, me 
voila Jenny ; Veux-tu la 
richesse, nenni, nenni." 

364 The wedding dance, Brittany. 

329 Felice Ballarin reciting Tasso 
to the people of Chioggia. 

295 Early morning in the wilder- 
ness of Shur. 

An Arab sheikh addressing his 
tribe, on breaking up their en- 
campment at the "Well of Moses" 
(Ayoun Mousa) on the eastern 
shore of the Red Sea ; the head- 
land of Djebil Attaka, on the 
opposite coast, is the point from 
which (on local tradition) the 
Israelites are said to have crossed. 

203 The first born. 
290 The school of Sultan Hassan, 
Cairo. 



1862. loi The Zuela gate, Cairo. 

372 The return of a pilgrim from 
Mecca : his pursebearer dis- 
tributing alms to the poor of 
Cairo. 

Benevolence and charity to the 
poor are virtues which the Egyp- 
tians possess in an eminent de- 
gree, and which are instilled into 
their hearts by religion, etc. 

1863. 166 The Opium Bazaar (Cairo). 
268 An Egyptian tambourine girl. 
419 The Nubian coffee-bearer. 
515 The palm offering. 

" She goeth unto the grave to 
weep there." "On the Friday after 
the funeral the Sheykh's widow 
repairs to the grave in the desert, 
taking with her a palm branch to 
break and place upon it." 

(Elected R.A.) 
1S64. 59 Summer song. "To tinkling 
lute ryghte merrylie we'll 
sing, etc." 
294 The song of the Nubian slave. 

Diploma work. 
397 The Messenger from Sinai at 
the Wells of Moses. "As 
cold waters to a thirsty soul, 
etc." 

1865. 8 Rising of the Nile. 

Inhabitants of the plains of 
Gizeh leaving their inundated 
villages for the higher ground. 
The annual overflow of the Nile is 
absolutely essential to the fertility 
of the country ; but its rising, even 
to the height of a few feet above 
the periodical average, is the occa- 
sion of desolation and ruin. 

1866. 6 Hagar and Ishmael. "She de- 

parted, and wandered in the 
wilderness of Beer-sheba." 

1867. 8 Rebekah. "And the man, won- 

dering at her, held his peace, 
etc." 
469 Rachel. 

1868. 267 Mater Purissima. 
284 Mater Dolorosa. 

1869. 913 to 962 Sketches made in Egypt 

during the years 1858, 1859. 

1870. 504 Jochebed. "And she laid it 

in the flags by the river's 

brink." 
1872. 20 1 The head of the house at 

Prayer. 
407 Alice. 
531 Bedouin mother and child — 

afterglow. 
545 The Rt. Hon. Sir John McNeill, 

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Graeds Dyke, 

The Levels, Harro70 Weald. 
1873. 157 An Arab improvisatore. 
292 Subsiding of the Nile. 

1875. 21S Rachel and her flock. "And, 

behold, Rachel his daughter 
cometh with the sheep." 

287 Agriculture in the Valley of the 
Nile. 

514 A fruit woman of Cairo. 

582 A seller of doves. 

586 The day of palm offering. 

It is an ordinary sight every 
Friday in the vicinity of Cairo to 
see a blind fakeer being led to the 
cemetery, hired for the purpose of 
reciting the Koran, and placing a 
palm branch on the family grave. 

1876. 14 An intruder on the Bedouin's 

pasture. 

1S2 The Holy Mother. "And 
when they were come into 
the house, they saw the 
young child and Mary his 
mother." 

585 Sheep washing near the Pyra- 
mids of Geezeh. 

1877. 2 Glencroe. 

216 The time of roses. 

614 The water carriers — Egypt. 

1878. 26 Oxhey Place, Herts. 

196 The daughters of Laban. 
397 Palm Sunday. 

1879. 145 Water for the camp. 

440 Sarah and Isaac. " And Sarah 
saw the son of Hagar the 
Egyptian, which she had 
borne unto Abraham, mock- 
ing, etc." 

446 Hagar and Ishmael. "And 
Abraham rose up early in 
the morning . . . and sent 
her away, etc." 

1880. 224 Moving to fresh pastures. 

334 Time of the overflow — Egypt. 
339 Hannah's vow. "And she 
brought him unto the house 
of the Lord in Shiloh, and 
the child was young." 
402 An Egyptian pastoral. 
512 Holy childhood. 
1S81. 43 The road to Mecca. 

50 The return from Mecca. 
236 Artist and model. 
497 Rebecca. 
1882. 212 Memphis. 

O thou daughter dwelhng in 
Egypt, furnish thyself to go into 
captivity, for Noph shall be waste 
and desolate without an inhabit- 
ant. (Noph being the scriptural 



name for Memphis.) For the 
further adornment of the temple 
of Ptah, Kameses 11 set up two 
colossal statues of himself, etc. 
etc. 

1882. 399 The arrival at the well. 

Rosenshead, 62, Avenue Road. 

1883. 59 Crossing the desert. 

298 Returning from the pasture — 

Ghizeh. 
322 A coffee shop, Cairo. 

406 Outside the fens. 

407 The way from the Village — 

time of inundation. 
760 Water for the Camp. 

1884. 235 A new light in the hareem. 
568 "Sword of the Faithful." 
619 The Flight into Egypt. 

1885. 165 "Already He knew God as his 

father. . . . The spirit of 
God descended like a dove 
and rested from infancy up- 
on the Holy child, etc." 

345 The isolated village — time of 
inundation of the Nile. 

432 Gordon's last messenger. "The 
air is full of farewells to the 
dying and mournings for the 
dead." 
1340 The Holy Mother. 

1886. 87 Puritan and cavalier. 
232 Trespassers. 

266 " Old maid." 
688 Susannah. 
1S87. 338 Misery and Mercy. 

When Jesus had lifted up him- 
self, and saw none but the woman, 
He said unto her, " Woman, 
where are those thine accusers ? 
hath no man condemned thee ? " 
She said, " No man, Lord"; and 
Jesus said unto her, " Neither do 
I condemn thee ; go, and sin no 
more." 

1888. 189 David's promise to Bathsheba, 

etc. 

329 By the sea of Galilee. " Him- 
self took our infirmities and 
bare our sicknesses, etc' 

687 Lady Grantley. 

1889. 26 Leading the flock — early morn- 

ing, Cairo. 
2:3 Harrow on the Hill, from the 
field known as Polly Man- 
drill's, Harrow Weald. 
784 The day of rest at the old home. 
" And one, an English home, 
etc." 
1245 A dream of Paradise. "That 
day I oft remember, etc." 

1890. 296 Mrs. Frederick Goodall. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Goodall 

tinned. 
1890. 



Frederick, R.A., H.R.I.—con- 



359 Sir Moses Montefiore, Bart. 
Painted in commemoration of 
his entering /lis hundrc.ith 
year. 

366 The Thames from Windsor 
Castle. 

463 Sir Oscar Clayton, C.M.G. 

673 Charles Randell, Esq. Sub- 
scription portrait. 

782 Mrs. Phipps Eyre. 

1891. 188 Mrs. Charles Kettlewell. 
515 The isles of Loch Lomond. 
574 Parthenope. 

592 John Barrow, Esq. 
599 Mrs. John Barrow. 
644 Mrs. Charles Oates. 

1892. 163 Spinners and weavers — Egypt. 
218 The sheep shearing — Egypt. 
633 Beatrice, daughter of Jolin 

Shaw, Esq. 
650 The Hon. Mrs. Devereux. 
664 Robert Blackwell, Esq. 

1893. '168 The water of the Nile. 

422 The Lady Dorothy Nevill. 

959 The afterglow. 

971 The way to the Village. 
1061 Rachel and her flock. 
1 1 3 1 Spinners and weavers. 
1200 The sheikh and his flocks. 
1206 The cup of water. 
i^The last six are drawings.) 

1894. 99 Rica, daughter of F. Goodall, 

Esq., R.A. 
172 The palm grove. 

1895. 216 Rachel as first seen by Jacob. 
225 Ruth. " Let her glean even 

among the sheaves, etc." 
291 Laban's pasture: Jacob serving 

for Rachel. "And Jacob 

served seven years for Rachel, 

etc." 
926 Spinners and weavers; drawing. 

1896. 1-2 The shepherdess and her flock 

at eventide. 

660 Cloud shadows over sea and 
land — Beachy Head. 

687 Outside the gates of Cairo: 
camels returning after a day 
of toil at the quarries of the 
Mokattam. 

8S8 The ford from the village: 
Plains of Ghizeh during the 
overflow of the Nile. 
1S97. 209 The ploughman and the shep- 
herdess — time of evening 
prayer. " Man's love is of 
man's life a thing apart, 
etc." 



1897. 560 Eton, from the Royal Library, 

Windsor Castle, showing the 
Town of Windsor Cricket 
Field. 
601 Mary Caroline, Duchess of 
Sutherland. 

1898. 92 Henry A. Blyth, Esq. 

167 A gilded Cage. "How can a 

bird, etc." 
262 The artist's daughter. 
414 Anderson Crichett, Esq., M.A., 

F.R.C.S. 
622 The ancient causeway leading 

to the pyramids. 

This causeway according to 
some historians is as ancient as 
the pyramids of Ghizeh, and is 
supposed to have been made for 
transporting the stone with which 
they were built from the quarries 
of the Mokattam. 

627 Driving home the geese — an 
Egyptian village on the banks 
of the Nile. 

1899. 202 On the road to Mandalay. "For 

the wind is in the palm trees, 
etc." 

272 Sir James Blyth, Bart. 

297 H. E. Juler, Esq., F.R.C.S. 

526 Mr. Gladstone, 1894. "Mr. 
Gladstone passed from his 
great place in Parliament 
with such a silence as at- 
tends the setting of the sun, 
etc." — Sir Wemyss Reid. 

1900. 181 After the heat of the day, near 

Cairo. 

581 Miss Logan. 

586 The Market Cart— Egypt. 

650 J. C. Deverell, Esq. 
1040 Wool for the Cargo boat; dis- 
tant view of Cairo. 

1 90 1. 1S5 The snake charmer — Cairo. 
477 A mystery of the past. " The 

sphinx lay couched due east 
and west in massive gran- 
deur, etc., etc." Centuries 
of time have wrought many 
changes in the sphinx, the 
mutilated head of which 
bears little resemblance to 
that portrayed in the pic- 
ture. 

1902. 130 Water and fodder for the camp 

— time of full moon. 

150 The garden of Gethsemane; 
sketch for a picture. 

466 The pastoral Bedouin rejoicing 
at the time of the overflow- 
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1902. 684 When shepherds watched their 
flocks by night; sketch for 
a picture. 

GOODALL, Frederick Trevelyan. 

Painter. 

4, Camden Square. 

1868. 455 Evening on the Thames, etc. 
720 Study of a head. 

737 Profile of an old friend. 
743 Study of a head. 

1869. 181 Lydia Melford. 
409 The Jittle puritan. 

804 Ruth, youngest daughter of 
Arthur Sparrow, Esq., of 
Penn, Wolverhampton. 

817 Edith, eldest daughter of Ar- 
thur Sparrow, Esq. 
1S70. 234 The Return of Ulysses. 

284 Spring. 

822 John Paget, Esq. 

829 A very old friend. 

963 Sophia Western at the spinet. 
(The late.) 
1 87 1. 393 A Castillian lady. 

471 Mrs. William Houldsworth, 
Mount Charles, Ayr. 

808 Master Saxon Noble. 

810 Master John Noble. 

GOODALL, Howard Painter. 

4, Camden Square. 

1870. 935 Nydia, in the house of Glau- 

cus. 
1873. 372 Capri girls winnowing. 

GOODALL, John Edward ... Painter. 

12, Bartholomew Vi/hxs, 

Kentish Town. 
1877. 834 The latest novel. 

26, Hoivland Street. 

1880. 7H "From Phyllis." 

1 88 1. 782 The little Bretonne. 

53, Charlotte Street. 

1889. 1531 A Wandering minstrel. 

1890. 1392 Dick Swiveller. 

Langham Chambers. 
igoi. joii A tender critic. 

1202 Say " Au revoir" but not 
" Good-bye." 

GOODALL, Thomas F Painter. 

Elms Road, Diihviih. 
1879. 1429 " Does he mean it? " 
1S80. 193 Homeward bound. 

516 On the Norfolk coast. 

1882. 442 Under the blossom. 
1884. 310 Autumn spoils. 

1634 Filling the water bottle. 
1886. 465 Norfolk peasants. 



1888. 188 The last of the ebb; Great 

Yarmouth from Breyden 
^Vater. 

1889. 515 The mill on the marsh. 

768 When the sun sets and the 

moon rises. 
1002 Summer noon. 

1890. 884 The little runaway. 

The Homestead, Oulton Hroad, 
LoWiStd/t. 

1899. 556 Fishing boats making harbour, 

Lowestoft. 

1900. 356 When winter has passed. 

1 90 1. 63 Reedham ferry in winter. 

GOODALL, Walter, R.W.S. 

Painter. 

Grove Cottage, Albert Street. 
1852. 1027 Portrait of a young lady. 
1043 Study from nature. 
1045 Portrait of a young lady. 

GOODCHILD, Miss Emily. ..Painter. 
23, Thurloiv Road, Hampstead. 
1S90. 442 Peonies. 

764 Rev. W. Sykes, Hon. Military 
Chaplain to the Queen. 
Stanfield House, 

High Street, Hampstead. 
1894. 59 Portrait of a lady. 

683 Ophirie roses. 
1897. 1050 Reading; portrait of a gentle- 
man. 

GOODCHILD, John E. ... Architect. 

22, Remington Street, 

City Road. 
1 85 5. 12S4 Interior of St. George's Hall, 
Liverpool, etc. 

Engkfield Road. 
1870. 754 Restoration of the Piscina in 
the Baths of Diocletian, 
Rome. 

GOODEN, James Chisholme. 

Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1835. 578 Lord Vernon's Yacht, Harle- 
quin, running up channel; 
blowing fresh. 

33, Tavistock Square. 
1837. 265 Vessel aground. 
1846. 544 Dordrecht. 

GOODERSON, Mrs. T Painter. 

59, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1855. 164 Crochetting. 



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GOODERSON, Thomas Youngman. 

Painter. 

2 5 , J add Place West. 
1846. 636 Cottage and landscape. 

1851. 473 Mrs. Fortescue. 

14, Upper Albany Street. 

1852. 382 Miss Morton. 

524 Mrs. Frances and sister. 

Albion Cottage, Devonshire Hill. 

1853. 357 Miss Williamson. 

392 Daughters of Geo. Bird, Esq. 

1854. 48 Mrs. E. J. Berry. 
1298 Miss Emily Murray. 

59, Upper Charlotte Street. 

1855. 469 A portrait. 

574 Miss Efkeeh Oskanyan. 
596 Mrs. Frances. 

1856. 25 A portrait. 

126, Albany Street. 

1857. 2S5 La Pensee. 
353 Miss Edwards. 

1858. 221 Portrait. 

482 Mrs. Mivart. 
495 Portrait. 

1859. 371 Miss Elliott. 

375 Miss Emily Long. 
412 Mrs. Arthur Mills. 
1093 Julia Tilt. 

GOODHALL, Miss May C... Painter. 

2, Bridgefield, Tivickcnham. 
1887. 726 Still-life. 

2 7, Nevern Square, EarPs Court. 
1895. 347 Edie. 

GOODMAN, Mrs. Jessie Painter. 

9, Albert Mansions, 

Battersea Park. 
1904. 1355 Newport, Pembrokeshire. 

GOODMAN, J. Reginald Painter. 

Cransley, Bucklcigh Road, 

Sfrcatham Common. 
1901. 1151 -Sunset near Acle, Norfolk. 

1165 After the storm: Potter Heig- 
ham, Norwich. 

GOODMAN, Mrs. L. (late Miss Julia 

Salaman) Painter. 

15, Claremont Street. 
1838. 2 58 G. A. Beckett, Esq. 

1841. 558 Miss Rosa Goodman. 

227, Tottenham Court Road. 

1842. 447 Miss Minna Goodman. 

36, Baker Street. 
1844. 498 Miss Fanny Corbaux. 

3, Mabledon Place. 

1857. 30 B. Van Oven, Esq., M.P. 

1858. 505 The Earl of Westmorland. 
1863. 31 Alice. 



GOODMAN, Miss Maude (afterwards 


Mrs. 


Scanes) Painter. 




S3, Winchester Street, Pimlico. 


1874. 


202 Daydreams. 


1877. 


178 Looking back. 


1880. 


1022 Old love letters. 


1881. 


929 Treasures. 


1882. 


536 " May we come in? " 




1074 " Pour passer le temps." 




1431 You darling! 




7, Barton Street, 




West Kensington. 


1S83. 


459 A little coquette. 




541 His portrait. 




684 News. 




686 Mother's darling. 




783 Baby's toilette. 




869 A welcome letter. 


1884. 


64 "Just for a minute, mother." 




709 Footsteps. 




1594 " With rings on her fingers and 




bells on her toes." 


1885. 


163 "Peep-bo." 




48 1 " Embarras de richesses." 




982 Pets. 


1886. 


513 "Dulce domum." 




801 " Une chanson de fleurs." 




873 Adieu. 




S99 Rival blossoms. 


1887. 


677 Parted. 


1888. 


207 " Want to see wheels go 




wound ! " 




774 On the way. 




924 In disgrace. 




930 " I'll be good now, mother! " 




15, Edith Villas, 




West Kensington. 


1889. 


208 Two love stories. 




865 "Don't tell!" 




9>6 "That's rude, doggie!" 




955 Un chant d'amour. " If 




music be the food of love, 




play on." 


1890. 


163 Awakening. " 'Tis not the 




song, 'tis love ! " 




796 My pets. 




9-6 " Do let us come in! " 


1S91. 


1 121 Spring flowers. 


1892. 


91 Taller than mother. 




1082 Miss Olive Goodman. 


1S93. 


487 "Guess!" 




699 Un mauvais sujet. 


1894. 


702 "Hush!" 




7, Addison Crescent, W. 


1895. 


707 Critics. 




789 A poem. 


.897. 


S96 " Like this. Grannie." 




S26 " Gin a body kiss a body." 




838 Rivals. 




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1898. 176 His first love. 
760 Stolen kisses. 

838 In dangerous hands. 

1899. 545 Love-birds. 

1900. 708 With all my heart. 
906 Our heart's delight. 

1901. 771 Santa Claus. 

GOODMAN, Robert Gwelo. 

Painter. 

17, Upper Cheyne RoKi, 

Chelsea. 
1898. 13 PaleQueen of night. 
73 Autumn sunshine. 
987 One summer's day; so cool, so 
bright, so fair. 
6, Bedford Gardens,Kensington. 

1900. 515 The diver. 

1 901. 160 Nature's rest. 
587 Nature's gaiety. 

56, Bedford Gardens. 
1903. 474 Old England's shore. 

GOODMAN, T. ... Miniature Painter. 

Maiden Lane, Covent Garden. 
1784. 296 A frame with three miniatures. 
310 A frame with five portraits. 

16, Beaufort Bui/dings. 
1793. 8+8 Portrait of a gentleman. 

24, Dean Street 
1797. 83 A portrait. 

302 A sleeping figure. 
181 2. 5S5 A portrait. 

GOODMAN, Thomas Warner. 

Architect. 

10, Whitehall Ptaee. 
1854. 1182 In Nubibus. 

GOODMAN, Walter Painter. 

22, Lancaster Boad, 

IVestboiirne Park. 
1872. 1352 Evelyn, daughter of G. J. Reid, 

Esq., of Tunbridge Wells. 
1878. 113 His Excellency Kuo-Ta-Jen, 
the Chinese minister at the 
Court of St. James's. 
21, Blenheim Crescent. 

Notting LLill. 
1888. 880 Mrs. Keeley in her 83rd year. 

GOODRICH, James B Pamter. 

Strand, Topsham, Devon. 

1853. 364 Haytor rock, Dartmoor. 
366 do. do. 

6, Alfred Street, Taunton. 

1854. M03 01druinnearAshcombe,Devon 

— sunset. 



1854. 1132 Lime kiln, Dartmoor — Haytor 

rock in the distance. 

Strand, Topsham. 

1855. 451 Sunset on the borders of Dart- 

moor. 
567 View from St. Mary's Clist 
road near Topsham. 
1858. 972 A run on the Dart river. 

GOODRICH, Jerome Painter. 

10, New Cave?idish Street. 
1829. 434 Miss Eliza Knatchbull 

4, Great Alarlborough Street. 
1842. 28 1 Mrs. H. R. Reynolds. 

463 H. H. Wilson, Esq., M.A., 
F.R.S., Boden Professor of 
Sanscrit in the University of 
Oxford. 

GOODRIDGE, H. E Architect. 

1828. 1014 Lansdown Tower, Bath, for 
William Beckford, Esq. 

1S35. 913 Prior Park, Bath, etc., etc. 

Bath. 

1836. 961 Clifton Catholic Church of the 
Twelve Apostles, etc. 

1842. 1036 Alterations to Hamilton Palace. 
1150 Devizes Castle, Wilts, the re- 
sidence of V. Leach, Esq. 

1846. 1263 Ecclesgreig St. Cyrus, N.B., 
for Forsyth Grant, Esq. 

1848. 1238 Lansdowne Tower and en- 
trance to Cemetery, Bath. 

GOODRIDGE and SON. 

Architects. 

27, Great James Street, 

Bedford Row. 
1857. 1104 Pickwick District Schools. 
1 1 34 Percy Chapel, Bath. 

GOODWIN, Albert, .^.f^^..^.... Painter. 

I, Acton Place, Maidstone. 
i860. 156 Under the hedge. 

LLeath Road, Maidstone. 
1861. 326 Spring time. 

The Parade, Arundel. 
1S67. 741 On the Arun. 
769 Aspen trees. 

TO, IVaterlow Street, Brighton. 
1868. 629 The dead woodman. " Fear 
no more the heat o' the sun, 
etc." 

2, Finborough Road. 

1870. 564 By the Arun. 

565 Off the Devonshire Coast. 

187 1. 398 The Medway at Maidstone. 

1872. 893 Washing day. 

1142 An Anthem. " And there shall 
be no more death, etc." 



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Goodwin, Albert, H. Il'.S. — continued. 

1876. 46S A Devonshire fishing village. 

Montpclier, Ilfracomhe. 

1877. 509 A baptism of flowers. "Youth 

is full of sport, etc." 
1329 The returning of the toilers. 

1878. 141 The pastures of the Higher 

Alps. 

1879. 215 ThesixthvoyageofSindbadthe 

Sailor. 
1 39 1 The Valley of Diamonds. 
18S0. 42 Ivy-clad walls — Maidstone. 

562 The Thames valley at Bisham. 
1487 A block on the Medway. 

1 88 1. 122 A sermon in the hayfields, 

Simplon. 

1882. 157 Voyage of Sindbad the Sailor. 
778 The fisherman and the Genius. 

— Arabia?! Nights. 
18S3. 83 The enchanted lake. 

They at length arrived at the 
lake. Its waters were so trans- 
parent that they could see that all 
the fish were of the same colour 
as those the fisherman had brought 
to the palace, etc. 

1 521 Scene from the "Tempest." 
" Caliban. These be fine 
things an they be not sprites, 
etc." 



1884. 



1885. 
1887. 



1890. 
1892. 



428 Passing. 

Sorrowing most of all for the 
words which he spake, that they 
should see his face no more and 
they accompanied him unto the 
ship. — Acts XX, 38. 

900 The unveiling of the Enchanted 
Palace. See the story of the 
"Fisherman and the Genius," 
etc. 

5S2 The oncoming storm. 

690 The story of the shipwreck. 

332 Shipwreck. Sindbad the sailor 
storing his raft. 

472 Assisi — sleeping in the moon- 
light. 

541 The finding of the lost sheep. 
" So will I seek out my 
sheep, etc." 

603 The passage of the Red Sea. — 
Exodus xiv, 24. 

506 Hastings. 

114 The city of Dis. 

Dante, led by Virgil, passes 
through the infernal regions. The 
citizens of Dis bar their p.issage. 
These are driven back by a 
heavenly messenger, after which 
they pass on between the torrents 
and the city wall. 

5 1 7 Pastoral symphony — Guernsey. 



1894. 385 



1895. 337 



794 



1896. 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 



1902. 



1903. 



904 
130 



1897. 326 



33^ 

1320 
690 
928 

1013 
224 
258 

923 
1 100 

463 
575 



1276 
53 



438 
784 

983 
203 
405 



97S 
989 

304 



1904. 410 

662 

670 



The first Christmas dawn. 
" Then opened Heaven's 
chancel, while the shepherds 
gazed in fear, etc." 

Christian leaving the City of 
Destruction. " The people 
that walked in darkness, etc." 

Judas Iscariot: "I have be- 
trayed innocent blood." 

Venice. 

The besieged town of Mansoul. 
"It lieth between two worlds, 
and is said to have been 
built by one Shaddai,etc."— 
Bunyan. 

The King's garden : Sindbad 
entertained at the court of 
the King of the Indies. 

Florence. 

Meyringen. 

The haven under the hill. 

Under the Roof of the world. 

Canterbury. 

Benares. 

The street of Mansoul, etc. 

Indian afterglow — Agra. 

Amsteg, St. Gothard. 

The Source of the sacred river. 

Dawn in the Pilgrim's Road. 
"And an highway shall be 
there, and a way, etc." 

Berne. 

Ali Baba and the forty thieves. 
Purchased for the Chantrey 
Bequest. 

The phantom ship. 

Sindbad the sailor in the har- 
bour of Salahat. 

Rye. 

Salisbury Close. 

The end of the pilgrim's road. 
" Now I further saw that 
between them and the gate 
was a river, but there was no 
bridge to go over, etc." 

Amalfi. 

Abrani near Amalfi. 

The gate of the Inferno. 
"Through me the way 
among the people lost." 

The invincible armada. "Man 
proposes, God disposes." 

Durham. 

Vesuvius in the moonlight ; 
Torre Annunziata. 



GOODWIN, E Painter. 

441, Strand. 
1801. ^JH Newark castle; the morning 
breaking. 



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1802. 289 Bridgnorth, Shropshire — 

Evening. 
384 Bridgnorth bridge, Shropshire: 

misty morning. 
675 London — morning. 

1804. 437 View on the road from Bedd- 

gellert to Pont Aberglaslyn. 
666 Interior of York Cathedral. 
820 Aberglaslyn, North Wales — 

Evening. 

1805. 304 Allerton hall, the seat of W. 

Roscoe, Esq. 
10, Basing Lane, Cheapside. 

1806. 374 Caernarvon Castle. 

554 Keswick Lake, Cumberland. 

1807. 714 View on the Dee, near Llan- 

gollen, North Wales. 
770 do. do. 

8, Charles Street, Berners St. 

1808. 689 View near Llangollen on the 

river Dee, North Wales. 

GOODWIN, E Architect. 

59, yb//« Street, Bedford Rmv. 
1853. iioi Mansion near Dundee, for 
Allan Edward, Esq. 
IMS Coatham Church, for Mrs. 
Newcomen. 
(See also CoE and Goodwin, vol. ii, 
page 94.) 

GOODWIN, E. W Architect. 

21, New Bridge Street. 
1855. 1285 Villas near the Crystal Palace, 
Sydenham, etc. 

GOODWIN, F Architect. 

Lynti. 
1806. 926 St. Nicholas Chapel, Lynn, 
Norfolk. 
2^, Francis St., Bedford Square. 

1822. 845 Church at Lambeth. 

865 Town Hall, etc., Manchester. 

877 Church at Manchester. 

891 Portsea new Chapel of Ease, 
etc. 

908 West Bromwich church, etc. 

940 London Orphan Asylum, Clap- 
ton. 

976 Church at Lambeth. 

1823. 950 New Town Hall, Manchester. 

1824. 853 Assembly room, New Town 

Hall, Macclesfield. 

858 Public room. Town Hall, Man- 
chester. 

877 Entrance Lodges, County 
Prisons, Derby. 

890 New church at Hulme, Man- 
chester. 
III. 



1824. 894 Interior, public room, New 
Town Hall, Manchester. 
932 County Prisons, Derby. 
1826. 888 Parish church, Oldham. 

930 Sculpture Gallery, etc., Man- 
chester. 
1004 Salford Market house, Man- 
chester. 
1008 Burton church. 
1829. 1120 Lunatic Asylum, Middlesex. 
1831. 1104 Interior, Wallsall church. 

21, King St., Portman Square. 

1834. 898 Design for a National Pantheon 

for Trafalgar Scjuare, to 

commemorate the Reform 

Bill. 

925 Suspension Bridge over the 

Thames, from Horseferry 

Road, etc. 

952 Grammar School, Birmingham. 

GOODWIN, G Painter, 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1800. 344 Landscape: sunset. 

GOODWIN, G., Junr Architect. 

1837. 1121 Sketch for a gatehouse, etc. 
3, Great James Street, 

Bedford Row. 
1S54. 1 1 51 Mansion near Bridgnorth, for 
George L. Beetholme, Esq. 

GOODWIN, Harry Painter. 

Norfolk Terrace, Arundel. 
1868. 751 Arundel Castle. 

2, Albert Terrace, Croydon. 

1573. 1331 Stonehenge. 

Camp Cottage, Wimbledon. 

1574. 10 The first spring-day. 
662 Evening near Arundel. 

16, Eaton Place, Brighton. 
1875. 399 Old gentility. " 'Tis sixty years 
ago, etc." 

1878. 349 Old Venetian palace. 
1328 Venice in June. 

1879. 321 Old servants of the state. "Old 

forms some say have had 
their day, etc." 

1880. 121 An autumn Chorale, Canter- 

bury. " From low to high 
doth dissolution climb, etc." 
Fair Holme, 

Park Lane, Croydon. 
1882. 1056 Hillside at Assisi. 

42, Poivis Square. 
1884. 849 The leech gatherer. 

Old Town House, Croydon. 
1886. 435 Chioggia. 

680 Rest. "Stars silent rest over 
us, Graves under us silent." 

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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Goodwin, Harry — cotitimied. 

1889. 134S Oriel Quad, Oxford: end of 
the long vacation. 
The Haven, 

Addiscombe Grove, Croydon. 
1894. 1007 Moonrise — Hastings. 

1095 The Knight's fountain, Fri- 
bourg. 

1897. 1249 A red sunset, from Pilatus. 

4, Lisbiir7ie Crescent, Torqjtay. 

1898. 440 Eventide. 

1900. 1095 A windy autumn day — Old 

Barton. 

1901. 1024 The Pool of Lincoln. 

1902. 680 The Jungfrau unveiling. 

GOODWIN, Mrs. Harry (formerly 

Miss Kate Malleson) Painter. 

2, Albert Terrace, Croydon. 
1873. 805 The Black Pit, Boscastle, Corn- 
wall. 
16, Eaton Place, Brighton. 

1875. 51 The Chateau Fort, Caen, Nor- 

mandy. 

1876. 2;; Springtime in the meadows, 

Winchelsea. 
1878. 355 The old rookery, Winchelsea. 
1880. S05 Near Glen Cormich, Balma- 
cara, Scotland. 
Old Town House, Croydon. 
1886. 1133 Westmoreland roses. 
The Haven, 

Addisio/nbe Grove, Croydon. 
1893. 1218 Mediaeval Fribourg of to-day. 

GOODWIN, J. C Painter. 

1839. io9i A bark coming out of the har- 
bour. 

GOODWIN, Mrs. L Painter. 

1837. 500 Portrait of herself 

GOODY, Miss Florence P.... Painter. 

37, Ladywell Park, Lewisham. 
1891. 1372 Two little gossips. 

GOODYEAR, E Painter. 

4, Goulden Terrace. 

1827. 40S Land scene. 

1828. 456 Landscape. 

GORDIGIANI, Michele Painter. 

Florence. 
1867. 165 Mrs. J. Buchan Telfer. 

76, Fulham Road. 
1876. ^67 Baroness Florence De Bretton. 
1886. 183 Miss Aurora Lee, daughter of 
Sir J. C. Lee. 



GORDON, Alexander... Painter. 

Underbank Lodge, Largs, N.B. 
1891. 1443 Smithy, interior. 

School of Art, Taunton. 
1894. 1030 The blacksmith. 

1, Martell Rd., West Dulwich. 

1897. 1160 Forgetting the world. 

80, Sistova Road, Balham. 

1898. 1156 The blacksmith. 

GORDON, Andrew J Architect. 

50, B romp ton Square. 

1887. 1-62 Design for Roman Catholic 

church, N.B. 

1 888. 1794 Study for a Scotch mansion. 

6, Thames Chambers, Adelphi. 
1 90 1. 167S Huntercombe Manor, Oxford- 
shire. 

GORDON (A.J.) and BROWN (D.). 

Architects. 

Temple Cliambers, E.C. 

1890. 1726 Clock Tower, Newmarket. 
1S73 Sheffield Municipal Buildings. 
'935 Yeovil town Hall. 

3, Whitehall Court. 

1 891. 1759 Bourne Hall, Bournemouth. 
1S15 House at Hampstead. 

1894. 1610 Hotel, Bournemouth. 

1704 Liberal Club, Burton-on-Trent. 

GORDON, Mrs. Fred. J. See Miss 
Edith Tolhurst. 

GORDON, G Painter. 

10, Carlisle Street^ Soho. 
1821. 461 Portrait of a youth. 
1840. 1087 Young lady. 

GORDON, G Painter. 

52, Albany Street, Edinburgh. 
1836. 314 Tower at Craigmillar Castle. 

GORDON, G. Hamilton ...Architect. 

2, Princes^ Mansions, Victoria St. 

1895. 1536 House at Folkestone. 

GORDON, Hon. George ,. Sculptor. 

5, Turner Studios, 

Glebe Place, S. W. 
1904. 1702 Drummer, Grenadier Guards; 
statuette. 

GORDON, Herbert Huntley. 

Architect. 

123, Cannon Street, E.C. 

1890. 1S67 Hall of the Worshipful Com- 
pany of Broderers. 

1893. 1570 New Banking Premises, Parlia- 
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275 



1894. 1709 Moorgatc Court, for the Ocean 

Accident and Guarantee Cor- 
poration. 
1716 New premises: 123, Cannon 
Street. 

1895. 1480 Marble Entrance Hall, Moor- 

gate Court. 
1509 Designs for Warnham Place, 
Horsham; Whitchill,Bletch- 
inglcy; Vicarage, Mill Hill; 
and stabling, Warlingham. 

1896. 165 1 3, Berkeley Square. 

1897. 1798 Shop.s at Teddington Bridge. 
1865 New Music room, 140, Harley 

Street. 

1899. 16S7 Abchurch House, Cannon 

Street. 

1793 43, Essex Street, W.C. 

1853 Prudential Assurance Com- 
pany's offices, Holborn Bars. 

1900. 1788 Ocean Insurance Corporation 

Buildings. 



GORDON, 

F.K.S.A. .. 
(For earlier 



1827. 



44 



569 



1831. 149 



183.1- 


269 


1835- 


^5 


1836. 


243 


iS37- 


242 


1838. 


356 




418 




54' 


1840. 


448 




626 



I84I. 



1842. 345 

1843. 191 
23' 

473 



1844. 140 
232 
271 
326 



Sir John Watson, R.A., 

Painter. 

exhibits see John Watson.) 
29, India Street, Edinburgh. 

Lady Emily Murray, youngest 
daughter of the Earl of 
Mansfield. 

Master James Stanhope, grand- 
son of the Earl of Mans- 
field. 

Sir Walter Scott, Bart. 
52, Albany Street, Edinburgh. 

The young entomologist. 

The Earl of Dalhousie. 

General Hope. 

Rev. Dr. Chalmers. 

Child and nurse. 

Portrait of a lady, 
do. do. 
do. do. 

Portraits of two children, one 
of them in an Indian dress. 

Portrait of a gentleman in the 
Highland Costume of 1745. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

The Duke of Buccleuch. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Lieut.-General the Marquis of 
Tweeddale. 

Robert Bald, Esq., F.R.S.E., 

etc., Mining Engineer. 
123, George Street, Edinburgh. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Rear-Admiral Tait. 

W. R. Ramsay, Esq. 

Master Harry Burn. 



1845. 51 



78 



3H 
4'3 



1846. 126 

i';7 
203 



253 

3'3 



1847. 



1S49. 



63 

1S5 

252 



270 



1848. 7> 



143 
214 
230 



322 
36 

61 



179 
307 
3S6 

504 
523 



1850. 137 
•75 



Rev. Dr. Brunton, D.D., one 
of the ministers of the Tron 
Church, and Professor of 
Oriental Languages in the 
University of Edinburgh. 

The Very Rev. E. B. Ramsay, 
St. John's Episcopal chapel, 
Edinburgh. 

Portrait of a lady. 

Thomas de Quincy, Esq., au- 
thor of "The Confessions 
of an English Opium-Eater." 

John Swinton, Esq. 

William Eraser, Esq. 

Mrs. Gillum of Middleton 
Hall, Belford. 

Francis Grant, Esq. 

The Hon. Lord Robertson, 
one of the Senators of the 
College of Justice in Scot- 
land. 

The Rt. Hon. the Lord Advo- 
cate of Scotland. {Andrew 
Rutherford.^ 

The Earl of Dalhousie. 

Portrait of a lady. 

The Rt. Hon. Adam Black, 
Lord Provost of the City of 
Edinburgh. 

The Very Rev. John Lee, D.D., 
Principal of the University 
of Edinburgh, and Senior 
Dean of the Chapel Royal, 
Scotland. 

Sir William Newbegging, M.D. 

Portrait of a gentleman. 

Lady Elibank. 

The Rt. Hon. David Boyle, 
Lord Justice General of Scot- 
land. 

The Rt. Hon. Lord John Hay. 

The Countess of Eglinton and 
Winton. 

Sir Thomas MakDougall Bris- 
bane, Bart., G.C.B., G.C.H., 
President of the Royal So- 
ciety of Edinburgh. 

J. Shaw Lefevre, Esq. 

Lord RoUo. 

William Macdonald Mac- 
donald of St. Martin's. 

John Clow, Esq., Liverpool. 

The Very Rev. John Lee, D.D., 
Principal of the University 
of Edinburgh and Dean of 
the Chapel Royal. 

Portrait of a lady and child. 

Daniel Vere, Esq., of Stone- 
byres and Sheriff of Lan- 
cashire. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Gordon, Sir JohnWatson, 7?.^., /'.i^.6'.^. 

— continued. 

1850. 193 The Rt. Hon. the Lord Justice 

General and President of 
the Court of Session, Scot- 
land. 
(Elected R.A., P.R.S A., and Limner to 
the Queen in Scotland, and 
Knighted.) 

1 85 1. 15 Sir William Gibson Craig, Bart., 

M.P. for the City of Edin- 
burgh. Painted for the Royal 
Scottish Academy. 

50 John Wilson, Esq., Professor 
of Moral Philosophy in the 
University of Edinburgh. 

61 The Duke of Argyle. 

76 Sir John Packington, Bart., 
M.P. Painted by subscription 
of the Magistrates of Wor- 
cestershire, to be placed in the 
County Hall. 
469 John Conolly, Esq., M. D. 
Portion of a testitnonial to 
Dr. Conolly. 

1852. 75 George, Earl of Aberdeen, 

K.T., Lord Lieutenant of 
the County of Aberdeen. 
I'or the Town Hall of Aber- 
deen. 

117 William Herrick, Esq. 

177 Lord Rutherford. Painted for 
the Royal Scottish Academy, 
etc. 

196 Lord Melgund. 

2+3 The Venerable Archdeacon 
Hadlam, M.A., Chancellor 
of the Diocese of Ripon. 

356 Lord Cockburn. Painted for 
the Royal Scottish Academy, 
etc. 

1853. 19 John Campbell Swinton, Esq., 

of Kimmerghame. 
54 Dr. Christison, M.D., Profes- 
sor of Materia Medica in the 
University of Edinburgh. 

117 The Provost of Peterhead. 
Painted for a public Institu- 
tion in Edinburgh. 

391 Henry Houldsworth, Esq., of 
Coltness, Lanarkshire. 

399 Portrait. 

1854. 58 The Rt. Hon. Duncan Mac- 

niell. Lord Justice General 
and Lord President of the 
College of Justice in Scot- 
land. 
68 Miss Eleanor Malcolm. 
114 John Lnglis, Es(i., Dean of the 
Faculty of Advocates. 



1854. 295 John F. Lewis, Esq. The pro- 

perty of the Royal Scottish 
Academy. 
331 James C. Harter, Esq., Trea- 
surer of the Manchester 
Royal Infirmary. To be pre- 
sented to that Institution. 

1855. 74 Lord Dunfermline. 

148 Joseph Robinson Pease, Esq., 
of Hesslevvood, East York- 
shire. Presentation portrait. 

224 The late Colonel Haldyard. 
For the Toivn Hall of Stokes- 
ley, etc. 

28 1 The Rt. Hon. Sir William 
Molesworth, Bart., M.P. 

380 C. H. Frewen, Esq., M.P. 

414 Colin Campbell, Esq., of Col- 
gram. 

1856. 34 Mrs. Campbell of Monzie 

Castle, Perthshire. 

138 Mr. David Cox. Painted by 
subscription, and presented to 
him by a number of his 
friends and admirers of his 
professional etninence and pri- 
vate ivorth; to be ultimately 
placed in some public build- 
ing in Birmingham, his native 
toivn. 

358 Professor Ferguson. 

424 Samuel Warren, Esq., Q.C., 
D.C.L., M.P. for Midhurst. 

504 Lieut. -Col. Hamley,Capt.R.A., 
author of " The story of a 
campaign of Sebastopol," 
written from the camp. 

1857. 130 The Rt. Hon. Sir George Clark 

of Peniquick, Bart. 
137 George Combe, Esq., author 

ofthe "Constitution of Man." 
212 General Sir James Simpson, 

G.C.B. 
302 Miss Hutton of Lanark. 
363 The Hon. Lord Murray, one 

ofthe Senators of the College 

of Justice in Scotland. 
546 John Blackwood, Esq. 

1858. 72 Dr. Monro. 

87 The Lord Chief Justice of Eng- 
land. {Lord Campbell^ 

125 The Marquis of Dalhousie. 
Painted for the Legislative 
Council of India for their 
Council Chamber. 

160 C. W. Mercer Henderson, Esq., 
of Fordell. 

179 John Crawford, Esq. For the 
Tnvn Hall of Singapore, etc. 

400 Professor Simpson, Edinburgh. 



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277 



1859- '33 Wm. Henry Sawyer, Esq. For 
the Drapers' Company's Ha//, 
etc. 

194 James Wilson, Esq., M. P. 
Fainted at t/ie request of the 
Roya/ Scottish Academy for 
presentation to Mrs. Wiison. 

227 Sir William Montague Man- 
ning, LL.D. Fainted for 
New South JFa/es, etc. 

244 The Rev. Dr. Pears. Fresented 
by t/ie Governors, etc., of Rip- 
ton. Sc/ioo/. 

328 John Croall, Esq., of South- 
field. 

387 John Spottiswoode, Esq., of 
Spottiswoode. 

425 Mrs. Campbell of Stonefield. 
i860. 3 Sir John George Shaw Lefevre, 
K.C.B. Fainted for the 
Roya/ Scottish Academy. 
7 Colonel Dundas of Carron 
Hall. 

109 Sir Ale.xander Gordon Cum- 
ming, Bart., of Altyre. 

117 J. M. Macleod, Esq., of St. 
Kilda. 

1861. 9 James Smith, Esq., of Jordan 

Hill. 
33 Edwin Field, Esq. Subscrip- 
tion portrait, etc. 

104 Mrs. George Aird of Strichen 
and Stichel. 

202 James D. Forbes, Esq., D.C.L., 
Principal of the United 
Colleges of St. Andrews. 

222 Dr. Alexander Wood, Presi- 
dent of the Royal College of 
Physicians, Edinburgh. 

243 The Hon. George F. Boyle. 

297 The Rt. Hon. Sir Thomas 
Fremantle, Bart. 

1862. 18 The Earl of Fife. 

77 The Earl of Southesk. 

199 H.R.H. the Prince of Wales. 
Fainted by command of 
H.R.H. for t/ie University 
of Oxford. 

302 Edward AyshfordSanford, Esq., 
of Ninehead Court, Somer- 
set. Presentation portrait. 

1863. 99 George Baird, Esq., of Strichen 

and Stichel. 

125 Archibald Bennett, Esq., 
Secretary to the Bank of 
Scotland. For the Ha// of 
t/ie Ban/i of Scot/and, Edin- 
burg/i. 

315 R.W. Blencowe, Esq. Fresenta- 
tion portrait. 



1864. 47 James Young, Esq., of Lime- 
house. 

159 Professor Christison. Painted 
for tlie Roya/ Co//ege of 
F/iysicians at Edinburgh. 

227 W. E. C. Fell, Esq., Lochrin. 

311 Sir Alexander Morrison, M.D. 

341 Dr. William Seller. Painted 
for t/ie Roya/ Co//ege of 
Physicians at Edinburgh. 



Robert James ... Painter. 

343, Hac/cney Road. 
Souvenirs. 
5, Grafton Street, 

Fitzroy Square. 
Working in worsted. 
Pet Parrot. 
Asleep. 
La Liseuse. 
Music hath charms. 
Beatrice. 

My grandfather's Courtship. 
Footsteps. 
A slight tiff. 
Winter. 
Lady Teazle. 
Good-night ! 
My great-grandmother. 
Mrs. John Rose. 
Joseph Surface and Maria sur- 
prised by Lady Teazle, etc. 
41, Grafton Street. 
A Visit to the astrologer. 
A proposal. 

171, Stan/iope Street. 
Jilted. 

The harpsichord. 
Finishing the chapter. 
" Let the toast pass. Drink to 
the lass, etc." 



GORDON, Samuel Painter. 

E/m Studio, 42, Freke Road. 
1900. 756 Birch and bracken. 

GORDON, Thomas Architect. 

II, Argy/e Street. 
1884. 1323 Neen Savage church, Shrop- 
shire. 

GORDON, W Painter. 

61, Yor/t Street, Yor/; Road. 

1833. 218 View on the Firth of Forth, 

near Cramond. 

5 2, Ho/ywe// Street. 

1834. 900 Bakefield, on the Suffolk coast. 



GORDON, 


1873. 


219 


1874. 


947 


1875- 


322 


1876. 


437 


1877. 


132 




1049 


1878. 


132 




6.7 


1879. 


366 




592 


1880. 


67 




305 


1882. 


297 


1883. 


319 


1884. 


716 




153S 


1S86. 


161 


18S7. 


105 


1889. 


180 


1891. 


268 


1892. 


731 


1893. 


4S4 



278 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GORDON and GUNTON. 

Architects. 
Finsbury House, 

Blomfield Street. 
1903. 1689 London Wall Buildings, Fins- 
bury Circus. 

GORDON, LOWTHER, and GUN- 
TON Architects. 

Finsbury House, 

Blomfield Street. 
1898. 1632 Royal Masonic Institution for 
I5oys, Bushey, Herts. 

GORE, Miss Millicent Painter. 

Brookside, Beverley Road, 

Barnes. 

1903. 823 Hush! 

1904. 1060 The cares of a family. 



1899. 118 The end of the tale: catching 

the point. 
414 Haymakers returning. 

1900. 800 Loiterers. 
1089 Ticklish. 

GORE-BOOTH, Mrs. H. ... Sculptor. 

1884. 1737 Miss J. A. Gore-Booth; bust, 
marble. 
{See also Booth, vol. i, page 240.) 

GOS, Albert Painter. 

4, Champel, Geneva. 
18S9. 161 The Matterhorn, Zermatt. 
1890. 105: Claire de lune sur le Matter- 
horn. 

1894. 671 Premiere neige : aux Avants. 

1895. 732 The Matterhorn at sunrise. 

22, Florissant, Geneva. 
1897. 576 Valley of Zermatt. 



GORE, William Henry Painter. GOSHAWK, Miss Louie G. 



56, Princes Square, 

Kennington. 

1882. 603 Threatening weather. "When 

swallows fly low, etc." 

1883. 726 A Silent Pool. 

1456 " It was a lover and his lass." 

1884. 107 "Babs." 

668 Calm before a storm. 
670 " Broken reeds, dead sedge, 
and barges have had their 
day." 
18S5. 565 The End of a shower. 
638 "Listed." 

30, Great Russell Street. 

1886. 531 Patience is a virtue. 

1887. 974 " Man goeth forth to his work 

and to his labour until the 
evening." 
1042 By unfrequented ways. 
1889. 6 1 In the gloaming. 
193 In disgrace. 
550 A trio: music hath charms. 

1 89 1. 17 Moonrise. 

87 Troublesome sitters. 
3, Donnington Square, 

Neivbury. 

1892. 390 At the fountain. 

30, Great Russell Street. 

1893. 907 An interesting patient. 

1895. 382 "Here we go to market." 

3, Donnington Square, 

Newbury. 

1896. 627 The bonfire. 

1897. 590 Behind the times. 

621 " Forgive us our trespasses." 
751 Wood gatherers. 

1898. 177 The anti-muzzling league. 
852 A ferry. 



Miniature Painter. 

18, Carmalt Gardens, Putney. 
1898. 1266 Childhood. 

GOSLING, C Architect. 

65, Upper North Place, 

Grafs Inn. 
1836. 1031 Design for a mansion near 
Ipswich. 

34, Gower Place. 
1838. 1136 View of a Gothic residence. 
21, Everett Street, 

Brunswick Square. 
1845. 1159 Design for a nobleman's man- 
sion. 

GOSLING, Miss Jessie W.... Painter. 

Backing, Braintree, Essex. 
1897. 697 Blood oranges. 
81S Grapes. 

GOSLING, William W Painter. 

5, Kent Terrace, 

Camden Town. 
1S51. 29 "Grandad" — a rustic incident. 
Sycamore Lodge, Wargrave, 

Henleyon- Thames. 

1857. 1137 A way through the wood. 

1858. 971 Barley harvest — lunch time. 
1862. 601 Where the ferry used to be. 

1867. 692 A haunt of ancient peace. 

1868. 726 "Where the rude and moss- 

grown beech, etc." 

1870. 645 Going astray. 

187 1. 755 On the Thames. 

1875. S08 The Thames by Bolney near 

Henley. 
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1878. 863 The church pool at Wargrave 
on Thames. 

1881. 885 A short cut to the meadows. 

1883. 338 The outskirts of the forest. 

GOSNELL, Duncan H Painter. 

Brockham, Surrey. 

1884. 41 Evening. 

1885. 3S0 A Surrey stackyard. 

The millhousc, 

Goudluirst, Kent. 

1896. 819 Returning from the hop gar- 

dens. 

1897. 8S5 Morning after rain. 
897 A Surrey lane. 

1898. 881 A winter's evening. 

1899. 832 do. do. 

1900. 694 Rook scaring. 

1025 " Ere the fire in the west dies 
out." 

1 90 1. 74 A grey haying. 

GOSSE, W Painter. 

— Gosse, 300, Holborn. 
18 1 4. 646 A portrait. 

\V. Gosse, 10, Alfred Place. 
1839. 1050 Thomas Bell, Esq., F.R.S., 
Professor of Zoology in 
King's College. 

GOTCH, Thomas Cooper ... Painter. 

46, Great Coram Street. 
1880. 903 Sidmouth. 

1293 Study of a head. 

1882. II Phyllis. 

1883. 122 A lot of poppies. 

The Malt House, Newlvn. 

1889. 87 Henry Hucks Gibbs, Esq. ' 

1890. 1115 'Twixt life and death. 

70, Gmoer Street. 

1 89 1. 151 Mrs. John Crooke. 
740 Sharing fish. 

1892. 641 " My crown and sceptre." 

1893. 90 A golden dream. 

220 Miss Hegan Kennard. 

1894. 133 Colonel Kennard. 
506 Mrs. Randle Jackson. 
540 The Child enthroned. 

The Malt House, Newlyii. 
Death the bride. 
A study in brocades. 
"Alleluia." Purchased for the 
Chantrey Bequest. " Sing 
praises to God, etc." 
The heir to all the ages. 
375 The children of L. Breitmeyer, 

Esq. 
511 The awakening. 
635 A pageant of children. 
833 F. A. Channing, Esq., M.P. 



1895. 
1896. 



1897. 
1898. 



1899. 



4 
115 

374 



315 



1899. 



1900. 



1901. 
1902. 
1903. 
1904. 



935 Rosalind, daughter of E. C. 
Seaton, Esq. 

Pcnwith, Shottermill, Surrey. 
1 1 Portrait of a lady. 
392 The dawn of womanhood. 

The child, enthroned, sees in a 
vision appioaching womanhood ; 
the phantom figure wears a mask, 
since all who are no longer chil- 
dren must conceal themselves. 
The familiar spirit of childhood, 
on the steps of the throne, is aware 
of a strange presence and prepares 
to fly away. 

242 Mrs. Robert Buddicom. 
249 Holy motherhood. 
377 The message. 
■ 59 Olga; a portrait. 
384 The heirloom. " The gems 
perennial lustre shed, etc." 



GOTCH, Mrs. Thomas Cooper (Caro- 
line) Painter. 

The Malt House, Newlyn. 

1890. 330 A cosy Couple. 

70, Go7i.ier Street. 

1891. 725 " In the midst of life we are in 

death." 
1893- 933 The bard. " Tale tuum carmen 
nobis, etc." — Virgil. 
94S Motherhood. 

1894. I Day-dreams. 

The Malt House, Newlyn. 

1895. 784 Saturday. 

GOTCH and SAUNDERS. 

Architects. 

Kettering. 
1890. 1858 Enlargement of Barnwell 

Castle. 
1894. 1658 Elm Bank, Kettering. 

1896. 1676 House at Peterborough. 

1897. 191S St. Mary's church, Kettering. 
1899. 1679 States Hall and Court House, 

Guernsey. 
1904. 1590 City and Midland Bank, Ket- 
tering. 

GOTT, John William Painter. 

193, Tufnell Park Road. 
1883. 457 Finished. 

GOTT, Joseph Sculptor. 

1 4, Lower Belgrave Place, 

Pimlico. 

1820. 1019 An Idea of a monument to 

the memory of the late 

President of the Royal 

Academy. {Benjamin West.) 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GOTT, Joseph — continued. 
1820. 1025 The dying Spartacus. 

Spartacus, chief of the revolted 
Gladiators, having spread an uni- 
versal alarm over Italy, and de- 
feated some of the Roman Gene- 
rals, was at length overpowered 
by a large army under Crassus; 
and having been wounded in the 
thigh, he fought upon his knees 
till he fell exhausted upon a heap 
of Romans whom he had sacrificed 
to his fury, B.C. 71. 

1027 A young bacchante. 
102S Jacob wrestling with the angel. 
This model obtained the 
gold medal in the Royal 
Academy. 
1S21. HOC The Babes in the wood; a 
sketch. " Thus wandered 
these two pretty babes, etc." 

1102 An Idea of a monument to the 

memory of H.R.H. the Duke 
of York. "Faith, Hope, 
Charity, these three, etc." 

1 103 A Faun and nymph; a sketch. 
1 1 24 The Brazen Age; a sketch. 

" They by each other's hands 
inglorious fell." 

1153 Sisyphus; a sketch. "The 

labour, too, of Sisyphus is 
vain; up the steep mount 
he heaves the stone with 
pain." 
ii53*A Faun. 

1154 David rescuing the lamb from 

the lion; a sketch. " I went 
out after him, and smote 
him, etc." 
1826. 1050 Sleeping nymph. 

1052 A nymph. 

1053 A gleaner. 

Rome. 

1830. 1172 Devotion. 

1273 Group in marble of the child- 
ren in the wood. 

1 83 1. 1163 Marblegroupeofaboyanddog. 

1223 Marble group: Venus dis- 

suading Adonis from the 
chase. 

1224 The madness of Athamas. 

1837. 1170 Marble group of Sylvia and the 

wounded stag. 

155, Via Babreino, Rome. 

1838. 1261 Marble statue of a sleeping 

nymph. 

1839. 1366 Clytie. 

1840. 1091 Marble statue of a Greek 

boxer waiting his turn. 

1841. 1253 Marble figure of a dog scratch- 

ing for a rat. 



1 84 1. 1264 Marble figure of Ruth. 

1267 do. a bacchante. 

1845. 1331 Marble statue of a dancing 
nymph. 

1847. 1408 A marble statue — a Vintager. 

1848. 1322 A statue in marble of Mary 

Magdalene. 
1324 A marble group of a fox and 
cubs. 

GOTTO, Basil Sculptor. 

Navlwuse Park, St. Albans. 
1889. 2168 Victory; group, bronze. 
57, Elizabeth Street, 

Eaton Square. 
1891. 204; Song; statuette. 

82, Draytoti Gardens. 
1900. 2000 H. M. Simons, Esq.; bust, 
marble. 

41, Glebe Place. 
1902. 1606 John Tweed, Esq.; bust. 

1659 Edward Kinsila, Esq.; head, 

bronze. 
1698 Knuckle bones; statuette, 
bronze. 
1903- "75' ^^rs. Gotto; bust, marble. 

1861 The slinger; statuette, bronze. 
1871 The Dean of St. Albans; bust, 
bronze. 
1904. 1753 Brother Ruffino; bust, bronze. 
1 841 Marsyas defeated; statue. 

GOTTSCHALK, Miss Blanche. 

Miniature Painter. 

5, St. John's IP'ood Studios. 
1902. 1 145 Violet. 

GOTZENBERG, F Painter, 

46, Berners Street. 

1855. 1291 Normandia and Saxonia, the 

daughters of W. Needham, 
Esq., of the Grange, Derby- 
shire. 

1856. 1 161 Congregation House at Ox- 

ford. 

GOUGH, Alexander D. ... Architect. 

10, Lancaster Place. 

1849. 1072 St. Giles church, Cripplegate. 

1 1 14 St. Matthew's church, Denmark 

Hill. 

1 1 1 5 Residence of C. J. Major, Esq., 

Barnsbury Park. 
1 1 34 Old St. Pancras church — re- 
stored. 

1850. 1195 St. Matthew's District Schools, 

Camberwell. 

(&(? also Giles and Gough, vol. iii, page 238, 

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281 



GOUGH (Alexander D.) and ROU- 

MIEU (R. L.) Architects. 

I o, Lancasler Place. 
1837. 1138 New Literary Institute at Is- 
lington. 

1840. 954 St. Peter's Schools, Islington. 
1000 Roehampton Priory. 

looi do. do. 

1841. 976 St. Pancras Schools. 

1080 St. James's dormitory Club 

house. 
1096 Library, Roehampton Priory. 

1842. 1014 St. Pancras Schools. 

1 161 Milner Square, Islington. 

1843. 1274 Church in Norman style. 

1295 St. Stephen's Schools, Isling- 
ton. 

1303 Sherfield House, Grays Thur- 
rock, Essex. 

1844. 1055 St. Peter's church, Islington. 

1845. 1282 Church — Tollington Park. 

GOUGH, Arthur J Painter. 

Mill Lane Cottage, 

West Hampstead. 

1903. 1360 Removing the limbers of the 

guns at Tafel Kop. 

1904. 1334 Illustrations to story by Mar- 

riott Watson. 
1343 Agricultural show, Kendal. 

GOUGH, Hugh R Architect. 

1 2, Carlton Chambers. 

1884. 1315 St. Cuthbert's church, South 
Kensington. 

1887. 1633 Church of St. Lawrence, Cat- 
ford Bridge. 

GOULD, Alexander Carruthers. 

Painter. 

10, Knighton Villas, 

Buckliiirst Hill, Essex. 
1895. 122 Floods out. 

3, Endsleigh Street, 

Tavistock Square. 
1900. 8S0 A shady corner on a Dartmoor 
farm. 



GOULD, Charles Augustus. 

Architect. 

14, New Terrace, Kensington. 
1 85 1. 319 Design for a parish church. 

GOULD, David Painter. 

20, Rosemary Street, Belfast. 
1903. 936 Lilac and hawthorn. 
III. 



GOULD, Miss Florence E. 

Miniature Painter. 

293, Milkivoud Road, 

Heme Hill. 
1897. 1413 Nevill Gordon (}ouId. 
58, Wellington Lane, 

Beverley Road, Hull. 
1 90 1. 1384 Maysie. 

GOULD, J. W Sculptor. 

2,},, Bay ham Place, 

Camden Town. 
1865. 1064 Cynthia. 

GOULD, Walter Painter. 

Florence. 
1857. 426 Repose after the bath. 

GOULDEN, Reginald Sculptor. 

80, Church Street, Chelsea. 
1903. 1799 Oliver, son of A. L. Marlow, 
Esq.; bust, bronze. 

GOULDING, Frederick Etcher. 

Kingston House, 

Shepherd's Bush. 
1879. 1201 On the Maes, near Dort, Hol- 
land; etching. 

GOULDSMITH, Edmund ... Painter. 

3, Swanbourne Villas, 

Cotham, Bristol. 
1891. 370 A Grey day off Scarborough. 

1893. 1065 Brixham Harbour. 

33, Freeman tie Road, 

Cotham, Bristol. 

1894. 1046 The Cornish sea. 

1895. 494 A Wild Evening. 

1038 A summer day, Kynance. 

1896. 881 The race over the Morte Stone, 

Devon. 
1899. 276 Sundown at sea. 

1058 Coast, Isle of Man. 

Sydney House, Belgrade Road, 
Clifton, Bristol. 
1901. 181 Sunset. 

GOULDSMITH, Miss Harriet (after- 
wards Mrs. Arnold) Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1807. 118 A water mill near Hanwell. 
214 A Cottage at Greenford. 

1808. 12 A sketch of a cottage. 

251 do. on the banks of the 
Thames. 

7, JVoburn Place. 

1809. 221 A cottage. 

18 10. 55 A fisherman's Cottage. 

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Gouldsmith, Miss Harriet — continued. 
25, Carburt07i Street. 

181 1. 119 A fisherman's Cottage. 

467 View at Southall, Middlesex. 
41, Alpha Cottages, 

Portman Square. 

1 81 2. 85 Landscape. 

784 A View near Bayswater. 
7, Blandford Place, 

Regenfs Park. 
1823. 61 View on the Avon. 

419 View of Hampton, Middlesex, 
from Moulsey Hurst. 
21, Cormvall Terrace, 

Regenfs Park. 

1825. 31 View on the Thames with 

Moulsey Hurst. 
151 View near Richmond. 
865 Sketch from Cornwall Terrace 

in the Regent's Park, March, 

1825. 

1826. 38 Going out lobster fishing, Vent- 

nor. Isle of Wight. 
9, Sttssex Place, 

Regent's Park. 

1827. 127 View at Steephill, Isle of Wight. 
1829. II View of the Ferry at Lyming- 

ton, Hants. 

1 83 1. 349 Mr. Gouldsmith. 

1832. 421 Portrait of a young lady. 

151, Albany .Street. 
1834. 890 Dorothea surprised by the 
curate, Cardenio and the 
Barber. "At the stir they 
made in advancing, the 
beauteous phantom raised 
her head, and parting her 
locks with both her hands to 
see what occasioned the 
noise." — Don Quixote. 
1837- 374 View at Bwclh Ruvellans, Den- 
bighshire, N. Wales. 
596 A mill, N. Wales. 
1838. 287 A mill in Denbighshire, North 
Wales. 
{See Mrs. Arnold, vol. i, page 67.) 
(In 1841, No. 194, Bridge near Subiaco, 
etc., should be 294, a study in the Regent's 
Park, taken at the commencement of the 
building of the Colosseum. In 1848, No. 
670, the figures are by T. Uwins.) 

GOURLIE, Miss Edith Painter. 

20, Alfred Place West. 
1884. 1156 A fair librarian. 

GOVAN, Miss Mary M Painter. 

38, Hanover St., Edinburgh. 
1899. 687 The letter. 



GOVER, Miss Mary Edith ... Painter. 

13, ]]lncliestcr Road, 

South TIampstead. 
1888. 1717 Haunted house, Colorado, 
U.S.A. 

GOVER, S. P Painter. 

Winchester. 
1794. 665 Bishop Wainfleet's monument 
in Winchester Cathedral. 
670 Cardinal Beaufort's monument 
in Winchester Cathedral. 

GOW, Andrew Carrick, R.A. 

Painter. 

97, Southatnpton Ro7v. 
1867. 701 Is he better? 

I, Fitzroy Street. 

1870. 976 A suspicious guest. 

1871. 276 Captain Bobadil. "It is the 

most fortunate weapon that 
ever rid on poor gentleman's 
thigh, etc." — Ben Jonson. 
1873. 495 The introduction of Lady Mary 
Wortley Montagu to the Kit 
Kat Club. 

As a strenuous Whig, Lord 
Kingston of course belonged to 
the Kit Kat club. One day at a 
meeting to choose toasts for the 
year, a whim seized him to nomin- 
ate his daughter, then eight years 
old, a candidate; alleging that 
she was far prettier than any lady 
on their list. The other members 
demurred, because the rules of 
the club forbade them to elect a 
beauty whom they had never seen. 
"Then you shall see her," cried 
he; and in the gaiety of the mo- 
ment sent orders home to have 
her finely dressed and brought to 
him. 

35, Fitzroy Square. 

1875. 88 Loot, 1797. 
330 In possession. 

842 Mrs. Baddeley at the Pantheon. 

1876. 381 The relief of Leyden. 

The quays were lined with the 
famishing population as the fleet 
rowed through the canals, every 
human being who could stand 
coming forth to greet the pre- 
servers of the city. 

1877. 19 The tumult in the House of 

Commons, March 2nd, 1629. 

Whereupon Sir J. EUyot stand- 
ing up to spcake, .and many in the 
House calling upon him to speake, 
the Speaker told him that he had 
an absolute command from His 
Majesty, that if any in the House 
did offer to speake after the mess- 
age delivered, he should instantly 
leave the chaire, etc., etc. 



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283 



1878. 315 News from the front. 

444 A war despatch at the Hotel 
de Ville. 

1879. 134 A musical story by Chopin. 
324 " No Surrender." 

1880. 490 The last days of Edward VI. 

As to the King's health, sire, it 
is still the same as I wrote you on 
the 27th ult. Since then he has 
been shown at a window at Green- 
wich, where many saw him, but 
in such a plight, so weak and 
wasted, that the people said it was 
death. This was done because the 
commons began to murmur, and 
to say that he was dead. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

1 88 1. 311 Montrose at Kilsyth. 

The covenanters, thinking that 
Montrose had passed the Forth 
more out of fear than design, their 
chief aim was to deprive him of 
all hopes of a retreat. In order to 
compass that, having drawn up 
their army, they began to march 
directly to the Royalists; which 
Montrose having jierceived, and 
sensible that the good or bad suc- 
cess of the King's affairs in Scot- 
land depended upon that day, he 
forgot nothing that a great general 
could do for encouraging his 
soldiers. He threw off his doublet, 
saying, "The cowardly rascals 
durst not face us till they are cased 
in iron ; to show our contempt of 
them let us fight them in our 
shirts"; so, by that resolution to 
strike terror into the enemy and 
to let them know ihey were re- 
solved either to conquer or die. 

1882. 7S6 A Jacobite Proclamation. 

1883. 105 Consuelo. 

239 Trophies of Victory. 

On the 2nd of July, 1600, the 
army of the States General, led 
by Maurice of Nassau, had utterly 
defeated Alliert of Austria. After- 
wards there was a dinner in the 
house of the States General in 
honour of the Stadholder, to 
which the Admiral of Arragon (a 
prisoner) was likewise bidden. 
While they still sat at table, many 
of the standards taken from the 
enemy were brought in and ex- 
hibited ; the Stadholder and others 
amusing themselves with reading 
the inscriptions and devices em- 
blazoned upon them. — Motley. 

1884. 447 Bothwell. " How shall not all 

ears know it on earth that 
hear? etc." — Sivinhurne. 
722 The dog of the regiment. 

1885. 656 Absolution for the lost at sea; 

Notre Dame d'Afrique, AI- 



Lytham Studio, 

St. Albans Road. 

1886. 296 Algerian Gossip. 

412 Cromwell at Dunbar. 

The Scotch army is shivered to 
utter ruin, rushes in tumultuous 
wreck hither, thither. . . . "The 
Lord General made a halt," says 
Hodgson, "and sang the 117th 
Psalm, till our horses could gather 
for the chase." — Carlyle. 

802 The horse dealer. 
4, The Studios, 

Holland Park Road. 

1887. 504 The garrison marching out with 

the honours of war: Lille, 
A.D. 1708. 
884 Water in sight. 

1888. 273 A lost cause: flight of King 

James II after the battle of 
the Boyne. 
769 A captured Covenanter. 

1889. 260 The Visit of King Charles I to 

Kingstonon-Hull, 1642. 

And his majesty, coming within 
an hour after his messenger, found 
the gates shut and the bridges 
drawn and the walls manned; all 
things being in readiness for the 
reception of an enemy. Sir John 
Hotham himself, from the walls, 
with several professions of duty 
and many e.Kpressions of fear, tell- 
ing his majesty that he durst not 
open the gates, being trusted by 
the Parliament. — Clarendon. 



1890. 


123 After Waterloo: "Sauve qui 




peut!" 




(Elected R.A.) 




1 5, Grove End Road. 


I89I. 


250 After Langside: Queen Mary's 




farewell to Scotland. 




938 War prospects. 


IS92. 


iSo The flag maidens at Taunton: 




an incident of the Mon- 




mouth Rebellion. 


1893. 


193 The Duke in Spain. "Local 




information is the safeguard 




of the general." 




280 N. L. Cohen, Esq. 




735 Pursued. 




767 A Spanish highway, 1812. 


1894. 


233 " God save King James ! " 




667 The emperor's coming. 


1895. 


242 On the Sands at Boulogne, 




1805. 




628 A mountain pass. Diploma 




Work. 


1896. 


270 The crossing of the Bidassoa: 




Peninsular War. 




696 Disbanded. 


1 


723 The Emperor. 



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Gow, Andrew Carrick, R.A. — continued. 

1897. 97 Waiting for Prince Charlie. 

221 On the way to exile: the ar- 
rival of the Emperor at 
Rochefort, 181 5. 

1898. 269 A gentleman of the road. 
700 The signal. 

1899. 105 St. Paul's: The Queen's Dia- 

mond Jubilee, June 22, 
1897. To be presented to the 
Corporation of London for 
the Guildhall Gallery. 

1900. 19S The great Nile dam, Assouan. 

1 90 1. 20 The death of the Khalifa. 

30, Grove End Road. 

1902. 1S2 Washington's farewell to the 

Army. 

His battles over, his country 
freed, his great work of liberation 
complete, the General laid down 
his victorious sword, and met his 
comrades of the army in a last 
adieu. ... A barge was in wait- 
ing at the Whitehall Ferry to con- 
vey him across the Hudson. . . . 
A line of infantry was formed 
from the tavern to the ferry, and 
the General, with his officers fol- 
lowing him, walked silently to 
the water. — Thackeray. 

1904. 211 "Farewell to Nelson," Ports- 
mouth, Sept. 14, 1805. 
257 Charles Gow, Esq. 
587 "Der Alte Fritz." 



GOW, Charles Painter. 

6 1 , Charlotte Row, 

Portland Place. 

1844. 845 Portrait. 

1845. 970 do. 

1 85 1. 1 1 54 Mrs. Vernon Heath. 

1862. 641 W. Cunningham Glen, Esq. 

1863. 678 William Wonacott, Esq. 

1 78, Great Portland Street. 
1867. 417 George Barcley, C.E. 
1872. 1031 Portrait of a gentleman. 



GOW, James Painter. 

5, Thornhill Place West. 

1852. 454 Early instruction. 

1853. 587 Rehearsing the school task. 

13, Argyle Street. 
1859. 90; Thought for the day. 

920 Preparing the ark for the infant 
Moses. "And when she 
could no longer hide him, 
she took for him an ark of 
bulrushes, etc." 
i860. 501 The Valentine. 

1 86 1. 449 A Volunteer for Cromwell. 

1862. 416 The first message. 





97, Southampton Row. 


1866. 


387 "The advertisement." Wanted 




the next of kin. 


1868. 


553 Fast asleep. 




I, Fitzroy Street. 


I87I. 


267 Preparation: the country in 




danger. 


1873- 


1020 Old receipts for savoury dishes. 


1874. 


597 Memoirs of a Cavalier. 




35, Fitzroy Square. 


1877. 


485 Marchande de tabac. 


1878. 


149 A Highland funeral. 


1884. 


23 Lace. 



GOW, James F. Macintosh. ..Painter. 

4, Maitland St., Edinburgh. 

1890. 439 Gathering clouds. 

1891. 1194 Crossing the moor. 

1892. 177 In the Beauly Firth. 

1893. 1103 The gloamin'. 

1895. 9S6 A September day on the Isla, 

Perthshire. 

Knocke-sur-Mer, Belgium. 
1898. 1113 Sunset on the dunes, Knocke, 

Belgium. 

GOW, Miss Mary L., R.I. Painter. 

97, Southampton Row. 

1873. 752 Card Castles. 

1874. 759 A box at the pantomime. 
S46 A new acquaintance. 

35, Fitzroy Square. 
1880. 94 Fairy tales. 
1882. 346 Something interesting. 
1885. 831 Tea-time. 

GOW, Robert F Etcher. 

21, Homefield Rd., Wit>ibledon. 
1882. 1338 Old Putney Bridge— Winter, 
1881. 

GO WANS, George Russel ... Painter. 

42, Castle Street, Aberdeen. 
\?>11. 318 Noon. 

31, Holburn Street, Aberdeen. 

1890. 1358 Evening. 

1 89 1. 123 1 Afternoon, Aberdeen Links. 
1233 Near Aberdeen. 

GOWER, Lord Ronald Sutherland. 

Sculptor. 
Stafford House. 

1876. 149S " It is finished!" 

ii;i7 Marie Antoinette, when dau- 
phiness, hunting at Fon- 
tainebleau, 1773; terra-cotta 
bust. 

1877. 150S " La garde meurt et ne se rend 

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1877. 1539 Marie Antoinette leaving the 
prison of the Conciergerie 
on the day of her execution. 

1880. 1572 Hamlet. 

1 88 1. 15+3 Victor Hugo. 

27, Trebover Road, S. W. 
1897. 2029 Prince Hal; statuette. Reduc- 
tion of figure from the Shake- 
speare monumentat Stratford- 
on-Avon. 



GOWERS, Arthur Painter. 

io8,' Wher stead Road, 

Bedford Park. 
1897. 349 Suffolk Heath. 

GOWERS, D. Painter. 

D. Goioers, 317, Holborn. 

1799. 282 A portrait. 

D. Gowers, 

2, Breams Buildings. 

1800. 105 Master Jones. 

20, London Rd., Blackfriars. 

1801. 276 Portrait of a gentleman. 

4, Prospect Place, 

St. George's Fields. 
1808. 124 Portrait. 

GOWERS, W. R Painter. 

50, Quee?i Anne Street, 

Cavendis/i Square. 
1888. 161S Anchor boat at Walberswick. 

GOYDER, Miss Alice K Painter. 

88, Great Norton Road, 

Bradford, Yorks. 

1899. 511 Shere Khan. — The Jungle 

Book. 
1493 Some drawings of animals. 

1900. 1612 Four drawings of tigers. 

1901. 624 "Subluna." 
1903. 670 Hostilities. 

GRACE, Alfred Fitzwalter... Painter. 

2, Tudor llllas, Peckham. 

1867. 38 A pastoral. 

15, Lyndluirst Road, S.E. 

1868. 120 "The curfew tolls the knell of 

parting day, etc." 
315 Miss Amy Grace. 

1869. 800 Charles Henry Jeens, Esq. 

1870. 271; Evening. 

The Vines, Amherley. 

1872. 180 Weakness and strength. 

1 1 20 "Soon as the morning trembles 
o'er the sky, etc." 

1873. 688 Hay harvesting in Sussex. 



1874. 


680 Afternoon lunch. 




707 Moonrise. 


1875- 


434 Portrait. 




815 do. 


1876. 


798 Snow. 


1878. 


544 Gentleness and courage. 




738 Amberley in November. 




783 Early morning in Spring near 




Lewes. 


1879. 


740 June: Amberley, Arundel, 




Sussex. 




746 October. 




842 September. 


1880. 


835 Sussex haymakers; old style. 




1053 Homeward. 


I88I. 


796 Folkington from the downs. 




855 Spring time. 


1882. 


227 Spring on the South downs. 




881 June. 




991 A winter's afternoon • — our 




village. 


1883. 


1299 Miss King; miniature. 




1300 Mrs. H. C. Hardy of Dove 




house; miniature. 




1301 Thomas Huson, Esq.; minia- 




ture. 




1302 Miss Ethel King; miniature. 




1303 Enid, daughter of the Rev. H. 




Moss; miniature. 


1884. 


672 Autumn Moonrise. 




855 Old British Earthworks, Sussex. 




1004 May-time. 




1547 South Downs; early morning. 


1885. 


1548 A portrait; miniature. 


1886. 


1204 The Village Pond — moonrise. 




1263 On the hillside in spring. 


I8S7. 


45 Maytime. 




70s Richmond, Yorkshire. 




1 1 18 On the hills in May. 


1888. 


1023 Between the lights. 




1376 Afternoon on the South Downs. 




Chantry Green House, 




Steyning. 


1889. 


695 " Stand firm." 


1890. 


1206 Thistledown. 




1263 A shower. 


I89I. 


429 Old English home. 


1893. 


133 South Downs — springtime. 


1895. 


311 Downs near Findon, Sussex. 




loco Late afternoon, autumn. 




1022 A grey evening on the Downs 


1896. 


1 1 58 Lewes, from Kingston Hill. 




1204 Homeward. 


1897. 


409 The Windmills in Spring. 




982 South downs — autumn after- 




noon. 


1902. 


844 High Street, Steyning — autumn 




evening. 




(The late.) 


1904 


538 South Downs near Wilmington. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GRACE, Mrs. A. F. (Emily M.). 

Enamel Painter. 

Antberley, Sussex. 

1881. 1303 Captain H. Hill. 

1324 The late Mrs. Ross King. 

1882. 1369 "Sonny"; vitrified enamel. 
1392 Walter Tyrrell Willett; vitrified 

enamel. 
1400 Alice, daughter of Frederick 
Chifferiel, Esq. ; vitrified 
enamel. 

1883. 1293 Mrs. Charles Leslie and her 

son. 

131 3 Rev. Geo. A. Clarkson. 
1885. 1478 George Constable, Esq. 

152S Samuel Lord, Esq. 
1888. 1 5 17 Mrs. M'Connell. 



GRACE, Miss Anna M. 

Miniature Painter. 

54, York Road, Brigliton. 

1886. 1384 Portrait of a boy. 

1887. 1332 Edith Constance Wood. 



GRACE, Miss Frances Lily. ..Painter. 

54, York Road, Brighton. 
1 88 1. 956 Blanche. 

1886. 1006 "Dark nor light, The region, 
nor bright, nor sombre 
wholly, But mingled up." — 
Keats. 
1894. 194 A daughter of Erin. 

GRACE, Miss Harriette Edith. 

Painter. 

54, York Road, Brighton. 

1881. 978 Mrs. Susse.x Lennox. 

1882. 1493 Mrs. Kingsmill of Sydmonton. 
1884. 212 Elsie, daughter of J. Watney, 

Esq. 
1 886. S79 " These are ancient things." 
94S Conal. 

1890. 1 162 Mabel, daughter of the Rev. 

W. Westall. 
1194 A study of colour. 

1 89 1. 441 Grandmother dear. "What 

would the world be to us. If 
the children were no more?" 

1894. 978 Fruit. 

1898. 1074 Nasturtiums. 

1900. 692 Still life. 



GRACE, James Edward Painter. 

40, Brezcer Street. 
1876. S33 The winding river. 

958 Evening at Cookham. 







Milford, Surrey. 


1877. 


839 


A ferry on the Blythe, Suf- 
folk. 




882 


Wobbleswick. 


1878. 


24 


A Suffolk Canal. 




198 


Wintry sunshine. 




3S7 


Ripe wheat. 




659 


" Parting day." 




747 


A sandy road over the common. 




1005 


Widey, Surrey. 


1879. 


96 


A cornfield. 




352 


The farm by the mere. 




680 


Dunsfold Common. 


1880. 


37 


Old houses at Godalming. 




822 


" By poplar trees that stood, 
etc." 


I88I. 


140 


The meadow stream. 




75° 


The brook pool. 




823 


The silvery stream. 


18S2. 


250 


Autumn. 


1883. 


276 Fading light. 




939 


Youth and age. 


IS84. 


748 


An autumn pastoral. 



1886. 559 "And autumn with her fiery 
finger touched the leaves." 

" By leaning tree and hanging 
bough." 

Sylvan solitude. 

Autumn leaves in fair spring 
time. 

A farm on the common. 

A woodland stream. 
36 By quiet Waters. 
113 In the golden evening time. 
468 " When golden leaves are fall- 
ing." 

Moonrise. 

On the cliffs, Isle of Wight. 

The infancy of Spring. 

Autumn reflections. 

26, Woodstock Read, 

Bedford Park. 

The road over the common. 

Surrey woodlands. 

Sunshine and shade. 

Afternoon on a Surrey com- 
mon. 

In the quiet woodlands. 

Morning on the South coast. 

Evening's twilight. 



1887. 
1888. 



1890. 
1891. 
1892. 

1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 



1303 



156 

324 
866 



332 
10S5 
496 



1897. 

1900. 
1 90 1. 



394 
1007 
1072 

409 

721 

1062 

I9°3- 537 



GRAEF, Professor Gustave. 



1881. 



Painter. 
I o, Leitzow Place, Berlin. 



133 Mrs. Alfred Cock. 
991 Master L. 

1882. 1492 Mrs. Egon Friedeberg. 

1883. 900 Miss Graef. 

1S84. 514 Francis Galton, Esq., F.R.S. 



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287 



GRAEFLE, A Painter. 

Rue Neuve Breda, J'aris. 
1851. 551 The triumph of Hermann ; 
after the battle in the Teuto- 
burg Forest. 

In the year nine of the Christian 
era, Hermann (Arminius), chief 
of the Cheniskers, having formed 
a league between several German 
trihes for delivering Germany 
from Roman dominion, attracted 
the legions of Varus, the Roman 
Pro-consul, into the Teuloburg 
forest, and there, in a most terrible 
battle, which lasted three days, 
destroyed them completely. Varus 
ran on his own sword. Hermann 
thus became the liberator of the 
(Jermans. 

GRAFTON Painter. 

121, Blackman Street. 

1774. 105 A piece of flowers in crayons. 

GRAGLIA, Alessandro. 

Miniature Painter. 

5, Bridges St., Covent Garden. 
1777. 14S Portrait in miniature. {Mrs. 
Venio.) 

194, Oxford Street. 
iTjg. 114 A lady in miniature. 

GRAGLIA, Andrea. 

Miniature Painter. 

5, Bridges St., Covent Garden. 

1777. 146 Portrait of a foreign nobleman; 

in miniature. 

147 The INIarchioness of Cordon, 

the Sardinian ambassador's 

lady. 

41, Poland Street. 

1775. 130 Two portraits of ladies; in 

miniature. 

194, Oxford Street. 
1779. 112 Two ladies; miniature. 

113 A gentleman; miniature. 

A. Graglia, g, Carlisle Street. 

1787. 366 Frame with five miniatures. 

1788. 352 Portrait. 

34, Great Tichfield Street. 
1791- 303 Portrait of a man of Brighton. 
306 Portrait of a foreign lady. 

GRAHAM-CLARKE, L. J. See also 
C, vol. ii, page 71. 

1884. 135 A winter gleam. "There is a 
quiet spirit in these woods, 
etc." 

GRAHAM, Alexander Architect. 

Carlton Chambers, Regent St. 
1875. 958 House at Virginia Water. 



1876. 1032 Lincoln County Hospital. 

1881. 1107 New Premises, Regent Street. 

1882. 1 107 Cancer Hospital, Brompton. 
1S87. 1662 Montreal General Hospital. 

1664 Gateway, Montreal (General 

Hospital. 
1888. 1812 The Arch of Caracalla at 

Tebessa, Algeria. 
1820 The Temple at Dougga, 

Tunisia. 

1890. iS5f) Triumphal arcli at Timegad, 

Algeria, etc. 
1893. 14S6 New chapel. Cancer Hospital. 

GRAHAM, C Painter. 

9, Southampton Place. 

1844. 1077 View of the Nevsky Prospect, 
St. Petersburgh. Taken from 
Count Strogonoff's balcony. 

1846. 1286 Inauguration of the column 
erected to the memory of 
the late Emperor Alexander 
in the great Square of St. 
Petersburgh, August, 1834. 
From a sketch taken on the 
spot. 

GRAHAM, Miss C Painter. 

1868. 6cS Adeline. "Like a lily, which 
the sun looks thro', etc." 

GRAHAM, Dr. C. Honoria. 

Sculptor. 

2, Hanover Square. 

1888. 1964 Colonel Hutchinson; bust. 

1889. 2043 Surgeon-General C. A. Gor- 

don, M.D., C.B.; bust. 
2, Gloucester Houses, 

Hyde Park. 

1891. 195S SirWilliam Mackenzie, K.C.B.; 

bust. 



GRAHAM, 


Miss Florence E. 










Painter 






15(7, Crom 


icell Place 


1883. 


337 


Gulnare. 




1885. 


1089 


An Eastern Flora. 




1895. 


1386 


A study. 




1898. 


1196 Sympathy. 





GRAHAM, James Hunter- ...Painter. 

Melville House, Brighton. 

1889. 1 319 Grey morning. 

1890. 1068 The twilight moon. 
1893. 794 Coming up with the mails. 

GRAHAM, Miss Jean Douglas. 

Painter. 

7, Victoria Street, JJ'estminster. 
1898. 1232 II Ponte Vecchio, Florence. 



288 



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1786. 
1787. 


120 

2-4 


1788. 


MI 




134 




419 



GRAHAM, John Painter. 

130, Fenchurch Street. 

1780. 301 Daniel in the Lyon's den. 

1781. 252 A lion and lioness. 

47, Boui Lane. 
1783- 97 Una; from .Spencer. 

29, Great Castle Street. 
1784. 372 Portrait of a lady; whole 

length. 
T78S- 235 The son of a general officer 
attempting to draw a sword 
from a pile of arms. 
430 Portrait of a gentleman; small 
whole length. 
Ceres in search of Proserpine. 
Retirement. 

The Murder of David Riccio. 
Vide Stuart's "History of 
Scotland." 
5, Dover Street, Piccadilly. 
An allegorical picture of Re- 
conciliation. 
An allegorical picture of Re- 
storation. 
Mary Queen of Scots making 
her escape with George 
Douglas from Loch Leven 
Castle, etc. 
29, Great Castle Street, 

Cavendisli Square. 
Scene in the Tragedy of the 

Earl of Warwick. 
Macbeth's last stake; a sketch. 
The last scene in Hamlet; a 

finished sketch. 
A sleeping child in the charac- 
ter of Cupid. 
1 79 1. 21 The funeral of General Fraser, 
who was shot after the 
action at Saratoga, October 

7, t777- 

A commanding officer con- 
templating his dead friend 
after a battle. 

Ann Bullen on her way to 
execution, taking leave of 
Princess Elizabeth. 

Leicester Square. 

Mary Queen of Scots the 
morning before her execu- 
tion. 

Portrait of the late Lord 
Mayor for Stationers' Hall. 
{Alderman Boydell.) 

King James the first of Scot- 
land: inventor of the 
plaintive Scotch music. 

Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. Nical.) 

Portrait of a gentleman. 
{Sheriff Brander. ) 



1789. 178 

1790. 5 
390 

417 



■94 



369 



1792. 2Z 



352 



376 



1793. 127 

186 



1793- 293 Portrait of a lady. {Mrs. 

Belli) 
1794. 130 Portrait of a young lady. 

{Miss Con flop.) 
1795- 3^ Portrait of a gentleman. 

{Colonel Glover.) 

1796. 219 Portrait of a lady of quality. 
343 Miss Wallis in the character of 

Juliet. 

1797. 2 From Gay's Fables. 

146 King David instructing Solo- 
mon. 

174 The fairy garland of Mar- 
montel. 

179 From Pope's Rape of the 
Lock. 

330 Exposed innocence protected 
by love. 

353 A nobleman's son. 

GRAHAM, John Painter. 

68, Upper Charlotte Street. 

1820. 344 The greengrocer. 

408 View of the Kensington 

nursery. 
499 Portrait of a lady. 
576 do. gentleman. 

618 Gipsy. 

182 1. 206 Portrait of a gentleman. 

400 Portrait of a lady. 

424 J. Fleming, Esq., M.P. 
442 The Duke of Montrose. 

1822. 37 R. Shedden, Esq. 

65 The Duke of Montrose. 

132 Jos. Hume, Esq., M.P. 

236 T. Jamieson, Esq. 

401 The prodigal Son. This pic- 

ture obtained the Gold 
Medal in the Royal 
Academy, 182 1. "And he 
arose and came to his father, 
etc." 

1823. 109 Portrait of a lady. 

604 The Marquis of Graham. 
966 Portrait of a gentleman. 

14, George Street, Edinburgh. 
1S30. 444 Mrs. Henshaw Jones. 

GRAHAM, Miss Lilias Jane. 

Miniature Painter. 
40, Woodstock Road, 

Bedford Park. 
1885. Msg Beatrix Graham. 

19, Brook Street, Bath. 
(Mrs. Graham.) 
1898. 1 33 1 Jean Graham. 

GRAHAM, Norman Painter. 

Merrow, Guildjord. 
1900. 1236 On the Surrey Downs. 



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289 



GRAHAM, 



i856. 373 
1867. 461 



1868. 214 



1869. 



76 



1870. 


75 




108 


1871. 


348 




442 


1872. 


471 




1055 


1873- 


64 




665 




980 


1874. 


20 




494 


•875- 


49 




81 




566 


1876. 


8S5 


1877. 


46 




1371 


1878. 


267 




997 


1879. 


219 




447 




1386 


1880. 


26 




596 


I88I. 


55 




543 




1 36 1 


1882. 


77 




274 




1474 


1883. 


86 




354 


1884. 


27 




216 


1885. 


73 




190 




791 




852 


1886. 


21 I 


III. 





Peter, R.A., U.S.A. 

Painter. 

13, Gloucester Terrace. 

A spate in the Highlands, etc. 

O'er moor and moss. " When 
in the crimson cloud of 
eve The lingering light 
decays." 

Bowman's Moss, Balmoral 
Forest. Painted by Her 
Majesty's comma7id. 

(Elected R.S. A.) 

I, Lansdow7ie Road. 

Autumnal showers. 

On the way to the cattle 
tryst. 

93, Ladbroke Road. 

Afternoon clouds. 

Among the hills. 

A rainy day. 

A bridle path. 

Homewards. 

The cradle of the sea-birds. 

Wind. 

The restless sea. 

A highland croft. 

Our Northern Walls. 

The misty mountain top. 

Highland pasturage. 

Crossing the moor. 

Twilight. 

Moorland rovers. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

A glint of sunshine. 

The gently heaving tide. 

Wandering shadows. 

Gusty weather. 

Cloudland and moor. 

The sea-bird's resting place. 

Where deep seas moan. 

A Highland drove. 

Eventide. 

A mountain road. 

A pleasant pasture. 

A sunny day. 
(Elected R.A.) 

The inflowing tide. 

After rain. 

Homewards. Diploma Work. 

A quiet noon. 

.^. lonely shore. 

Dawn. 

Sea mist. 

Evening. 

" Ribbed and paled in with 
rocks unscaleable and roar- 
ing waters." 

Passing showers. 

Carting wrack. 

Sea-girt crags. 



1886. 
1887. 
1888. 
1889. 



445 Across the moor. 
610 Ramblers. 
18 An Easterly breeze. 
196 The fowler's crag. 
183 A Norfolk river. 
593 Driven by the wind. 
279 "The mist wreath has the 

mountain crest, The stag 

his lair, the crue her nest, 

etc." 
602 " Where wild waves lap, there 

dwell broad-winged birds, 

etc." 
190 Departing day. "The mist- 
robed mountain tops, 

crowned with the glory of 

the setting sun." 
215 Low tide. 
238 Morning mists. 
351 Evening. 
25 Sea-worn rocks. 
217 Sunshine and shower. 
174 Summer mists. 
183 The Head of the Loch. 
iSg "The sea will ebb and flow." 
253 The close of day. 
322 " From beetling sea-crags where 

the gannet builds." 
24 Crossing the stream. 
210 "Where naught is heard but 

lashing wave and sea-birds' 

cry." 
28 The road across the moor. 
229 Moorland quietude. 
420 " The grass-crowned headland 

of a rocky shore." 
445 " Lashed by the wild and 

wasteful ocean." 
59 A rising tide. 
231 On the dunes. 
49 To Valley pastures. 
206 " Ocean's surge, white as the 

sea-bird's wing." 
164 Collecting the flock. 
313 Waiting for the tide. 
144 Where only sea-birds roam. 
285 Evening. 
453 On the hill. 
164 Ever-changing skies. 
275 Washed by the restless waves. 
56 "And there is never silence on 

that shore." 
126 The edge of the loch. 
495 " Lonely sea cliffs where the 

gannet finds a home." 



GRAHAM, Robert F Architect. 

10, Queen Anne's Gate. 
1904. 1485 Design for London house. 

pp 



1890. 

1891. 

1892. 

1893. 
1894. 
1895. 
1896. 

1897. 
1898. 

1899. 
1900. 

1901. 
1902. 

1903. 
1904. 



290 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GRAHAM, Thomas, H.R.S.A. 

Painter. 

T. A. F. Graham, 

62, Stanley Street, 

Pimlico. 
1863. 456 A sad heart on a merry 
day. 
T. Graham, 

6, Fitzroy Terrace, 

Regent's Park. 
1S67. 659 Monks playing at Bowls. 
" Dulce est desipere in loco." 
139, Gloster Road, 

Regent's Park. 
4.24 The dominie. 
155 The billet-doux. 
2+9 The laird's pew. 

36, Gloucester Road. 
2S8 The wayfarers. 
71 In the old garden. 
333 Resting by the way. 
673 Busking for the fair. 
358 Milkmaid. 

I, Studios, Delaney Street. 
165 Shearing time. 
490 " From his flocks strayed Cory- 
don." 
238 A market stall. 

The last halt. " Dikinar o 

nullo." 
The tire woman. 
Old houses. 
263 The philosopher's breakfast. 
526 " Oh ! the clang of the wooden 

shoon." 
574 The passing salute. "And 

farewell fellows greeting." 
549 Counsel's opinion. 
1535 Fishers. 
85S " Eyes to the blind." 

(Elected H.R.S.A.) 
901 Stobhall, Perthshire. October, 
1883. 

98, Fellorves Road. 
A Moor of Mequinez. 
Pauline and Elsie, daughters 

of — Hacker, Esq. 
' Alas! what perils do environ. 
The man that meddles with 
a siren." 
463 " Autumn so pensive in yellow 
and grey." 
Adieu. 
Nooning. 

Last words — Tyneside. 
Harbour steps. 
277 Bdranger. 

FitzHugh Whitehouse, Esq. 
538 "Thou art thy mother's glass, 
etc." 



1868. 
1869. 

1870. 
1871. 
1872. 

1874. 
1875- 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 
1879. 

1880. 

1881. 
1882. 
1883. 

1884. 

1886. 

1SS7. 



311 

561 
993 



992 
345 

695 



1891. 


365 


1892. 


906 


1893. 


446 


1894. 


33 


1895. 


277 


1896. 


501 



1897. 1015 Young Crusoe, prisoner of the 

Salee rover. " Here I medi- 
tated nothing but my es- 
cape." 

1898. 338 Portia at the ferry: episode. 

— Merchant of Venice. 

John Girdwood, Esq. 

John A. Dewar, Esq., ex-Lord 
Provost of Perth. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 
299 Lady Low. 

The evening star. 

The croft. 

, William Sculptor. 

26, Charlotte Street. 

Bust of a gentleman, 
do. do. 

175, Tottenham Court Road. 

Bust of Sir Robert Peel. 

4, ffotvland Street. 

Marble bust of Sir Robert Peel. 

David — an idea suggested by 
reading Psalm cxxxviii. " I 
will praise thee, etc." 

Bust of a gentleman. 

109, Stanhope Street. 

Bust of . 

Ho'ivland Street. 

Bacchante. 

Ceres ; bas-relief in marble. 

Cabinet bust of a lady. 

George Street, Eaton Square. 

Cabinet bust in marble of a 
lady. 

Upper Baker Street. 

Cabinet bust of a lady. 

50, Upper Albany .Street. 

M. Webster, Esq. ; medallion. 

Colonel Wilkinson; marble 
bust. 

R. P.Wilson, Esq. ; marble bust. 
165, Albany Street. 

Colonel Wilkinson. 

Thomas Hankey, Esq., M.P. 

George Peabody, Esq. E.ve- 
cutcd by M. Claitdefs Photo- 
Sculpture process. 

W. J. R. Cotton, Esq., alder- 
man. 

Children in the wood; marble 
group. 

Design for a medal to George 
Peabody, Esq. 

Lord Brougham. 

George Peabody, Esq. 

Rev. H. W. Burrows, B.D. 

GRAHAM-BUXTON, W. See B, 

vol. i, page 368. 



1899. 


536 


1900. 


393 


1902. 


299 


1904. 


624 
789 


GRAHAM 


1845. 


1413 




1415 


1846. 


1505 


1847. 
1850. 


'379 
1324 


1851. 


1339 


1853- 


1430 


1S54. 


1427 


isss- 


I45t 
1503 


1856. 


13. 8 


1857- 


1324 


i860. 


1031 


1863. 


1145 




1168 


1865. 
1867. 


1009 
1023 
1063 




1097 


1868. 


940 




1063 




1 121 


1872. 


1 196 

1442 



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291 



GRAHAME, A. B Painter. 

48, Holland Street, Kensington. 

1871. 1163 Squally. 

1873. 229 Winter twilight. 
1876. 1309 Morning mist. 

GRAHAME, James B Painter. 

3, IJonitoH Villas, Kensington. 

1866. 81 Hope on the horizon. 

1867. 394 Looking seaward. 
57S The shell gatherers. 

i86g. 718 " Leave off all hope, all ye that 
enter in." — Dante. 

4 1 , Holland Street. 
1S71. 25 Lilies of the Valley. 

1872. 2 Trying the costume. 

1875. 252 A fishing harbour on the east 
coast of Scotland. 

GRAHAME, John B Painter. 

7, West Castle St., Edinburgh. 

1878. 937 A March noon. 

1879. 642 Spring. 

GRAINGER, Edward Painter. 

St. James's Road, Dudley. 

1889. 792 November. 

1890. 676 Near the sea. 
1897. 1026 Nature's carpet. 

GRAINGER, George A Painter. 

I 7, Dean Street, Solio. 
1808. 183 View near the New Forest, 
Hampshire. 
277 Cattle sheltering from a storm, 
with an effect of a rainbow; 
Kit-cat. 
G. Grainger, 

Richmond Buildings, Soho. 
1812. 192 Cattle. 

GRALLIA, A. C. Miniature Painter. 

34, Great Tichfield Street. 
1792. 268 A Piedmontese cottage girl. 
269 Portrait of a lady. 

GRAMLICK, E. H Painter. 

S3, Great Queen .Street. 
1803. 350 Portrait of himself. 

575 View of Gillingham church, 
Kent. 

GRANBY, Violet, Marchioness of 
(formerly Miss Violet Lindsay and 

Mrs. Manners) Painter. 

23a, Bruton Street. 
1892. 1534 The speaker of the House of 
Commons. 
1540 Rennell Rodd, Esq. 
1558 Miss Joan Duff. 



1893. 14 1 3 Lady Violet Manners. 

1444 Sir Alfred Lyall, K.C.B. 
{See Mis,s Violet Lindsay and Mrs. 
Manners.) 

GRANET, Francois Marius. 

Painter. 

(Keeper of Pictures, Royal Museum, Paris.) 
1 4, Pall Mall East. 
'833. 599 Interior of a convent in Italy, 
with a choir of Capuchins. 

GRANGER, Miss Genevieve. 

Medalist. 

37, Rue Denfert Roche reau, 

Paris. 

1902. 1648 Frame of six medals. 

1903. 1731 A pendant for neck, silver: and 

two medals, bronze. 

GRANT, A Painter. 

103, Strand. 

1788. 536 View of East Berry, or Gun- 

ville House, Dorsetshire. 

75, Elect Street. 

1789. 503 View of Edinburgh, with the 

ruins of St. Anthony's 
chapel. 

GRANT, A Miniature Painter. 

3, Norfolk Place, 

Stoke Newington. 
1852. 968 Admiral Sir Charles Bullen, 
Bart., K.C.B., K.C.H., Cap- 
tain of the Britannia at the 
Battle of Trafalgar. 

GRANT, Miss Alice Painter. 

27, Coleherne Road. 

1885. 718 Autumn fruit. 

1886. 287 do. 
854 do. 

151, Gloucester Road, S.JV. 

1888. 824 Autumn fruit. 

1063 General Sir Arthur Herbert, 

K.C.B. 
1133 Portrait of a lady. 
1196 "A merry heart goes all the 

way." 

1889. 794 Major - General Sir George 

Harman, K.C.B. 
1077 Autumn fruit. 

1890. 419 Miss Emily Grant. 
534 Autumn fruit. 

592 Rose, daughter of W. Harrison 
Cripps, Esq. 

654 Mrs. Harper. 

850 Dorothy, daughter of Com- 
mander G. le C. Egerton, 
R.N. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Grant, Miss Alice — continued. 

i8go. looi Ruth, daughter of C. A. Cripps, 
Esq., Q.C. 

1 89 1. 1275 Dorothy, daughter of Walter 

A. Macgregor, Esq. 

1892. 63 Henry, son of W. Harrison 

Cripps, Esq. 

283 Colonel E. G. Keppel. 

348 Marjorie, daughter of W. 
Blacker, Esq. 

394 Dried fruit. 

522 Audrey, daughter of Com- 
mander J. Denison, R.N. 

590 Eileen, daughter of — Burn, 
Esq. 

638 A portrait. 

1893. 787 Fruit. 

1897. 300 Mrs. J. M. Grant. 

996 Eileen, daughter of Colonel S. 
Grant, R.E. 
1904. 385 Colonel W. D. Marsh, R.E. 

707 Miss Jem Barlow. 

GRANT, Aug. R Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1838. 84 The brook. 

1839. 177 Lane scene near Ripon. 

GRANT, Carleton Painter. 

Cotton Hall., Eton, Bucks. 

1892. 112S Boveney Lock near Windsor. 
1 196 Waiting for the ferry man. 

73, St. Giles, Oxford. 

1893. 970 WindsorCastle, from "Athens." 
992 The Thames at Westminster. 

1894. 1032 Barmouth, North Wales. 

The Dial Studio, 

Great Marlow. 

1895. 934 A Welsh mountain stream. 
1064 Evening near Marlow. 
1090 The Thames at Bisham. 

2, Thames Street, Windsor. 
1897. 1254 Conway from above Deganwy. 
1257 The cliffs at Shanklin. 

GRANT, Charles Painter. 

25, Castle St., Leicester Square. 

1825. S;i Portrait of a lady. 

1826. 787 do. young lady. 

1827. 20S The present. 
808 Miss Bullock. 

848 Miss S. Stephenson. 

1828. 69 Jocelyn Compton at the house 

of Adrian Beverning at 
Rotterdam. Vide Bramblctye 
House. 
707 Portrait of a lady. 

1829. 744 W. Lund, Esq. 
838 Master Gorton. 
857 Mrs. Gorton. 



1831. 616 Mr. Fredericks, of the Olympic 

Theatre, as Fra Diavolo, the 
brigand chief. " Here 's 
health and wealth to us, 
etc." 

1832. 378 Portrait of a lady. 

15, Carlisle Street, So ho. 
1834. 323 J. Burrow, Esq. 

43, Mornington Place. 

1838. 443 A girl with flowers. 

1839. 532 Portrait of a young lady. 

GRANT, Sir Francis, P.R.A. 

Painter. 

Melton Mozabray. 

1834. 245 Breakfast scene at Melton, 

containing portraits of the 
Earl of Wilton, Count Matus- 
civic. Lords Rokeby, Kin- 
naird. Forester, and Gar- 
dener, Sir Frederick John- 
ston, Messrs. Stanley, Err- 
ington, Gilmore and Lyne 
Stevens. 
359 Equestrian portrait of Captain 
Vandeleur, Royal Ennis- 
killen Dragoons. 
12, Park Village West, 

Regent's Park. 

1835. 69 The Lady Elizabeth Drum- 

mond and her son Alfred 

Manners Drummond. 
91 Study of gypsies. 
196 Florence, a negro slave girl. 
351 Equestrian portrait of James 

Ogilvie Fairlie, Esq., 2nd 

Life Guards. 

1836. 15 Sir Seymour Blane. 
469 Count Alfred D'Orsay. 

554 General Sir Josiah Champagne, 
G.C.H. 

1837. 288 The Meeting of His Majesty's 

Stag Hounds, etc. 

The meeting of His Majesty's 
stag - hounds on Ascot Heath, 
when the Earl of Chesterfield was 
master of the buck-hounds, with a 
view of the race course and ken- 
nels, containing portraits, begin- 
ning at the left of the picture: 
Henry Freeman, second whip ; 
the Duke of Beaufort ; Charles 
Shakerley, Esq. ; The Count 
D'Orsay; Colonel Rowley; Lord 
Adolphus Fitzclarence; George 
Wombwcll, Usq. ; Henry Seymour, 
Esq. ; tlic Hon. James McDonald ; 
Hervey Aston, Esq. ; Mr. Davis, 
Huntsman to H.M.H. ; Henry 
Baring, Esq. ; Sir Horace Sey- 
mour, K.G.H. ; G. Bartlet, first 
whip; C. Mcgpicce, Esq.; The 
Earl of Chesterfield; The Earl of 
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293 



Thomas Crosby, Esq. ; Sir Andrew 
Uarrartl, K.C.B. ; The Earl of 
Wilton; Mr. Joseph Anderson; 
Harry King, third whip, going to 
the deer cart to turn out ; The 
Earl of Chesterfield's coach; Mr. 
Young, his coachman, and a 
groom ; The Hon. Cecil Forester 
in the distance; The Lord Frede- 
rick Fitzclarence; Thomas Shif- 
ney, Esq. ; Thomas Grant, Esq. ; 
.Sir George Seymour, G.C.H. ; 
Thomas Learmouth, Esq. ; Robert 

Nash, Esq. ; Oliver, Esq. ; 

Richard Vasse, Esq., in the dis- 
tance; J. Bambridge, Esq.; W. 
Lfearmouth, Esq. ; Sir Seymour 
Blane, Bart. ; Master Lionel Har- 
vey ; John Bush, Esq. ; W. Carrol, 
Esq. ; Lord Alfred I'aget ; James 
Fairlie, Esq. ; Paddy, and thirteen 
and a half couple of His Majesty's 
hounds. 

1838. 357 Mrs. Shakerley and her son. 
438 Rowland Errington, Esq. 
501 Lord Gardner. 

1839. 185 Lady Wharncliffe. 
2z8 Mrs. Mitchell. 

526 J. H. Ackers, Esq. 

545 The Melton Hunt going to 
draw the Ram's Head Cover; 
containing portraits, begin- 
ning on the left hand of the 
picture. 

I. Jennings, first whip; 2. Tom 
Balls, second whip; 3. Mr. 
Treadwell, huntsman; 4. Master 
Robert Baird; 5. The Lord Gard- 
ner; 6. The Lord Suffield; 7. 
The Earl of D.irlington; 8. The 
Lord Macdonald; g. The Hon. 
Mrs. Villiers ; 10. The Countess 
of Wilton, in her pony phaeton, 
and her son Lord Grey de Wilton ; 
I. Walter Gilmour, Esq.; 12. 



The Earl of Wilton; 



The 



Hon. Augustus Villiers ; 14. John 
White, Esq. ; 15. Sir Frederick 
Johnstone, Bart. ; 16. Prince 
"Rudolph Lichtenstein ; 17. Sir 
David Baird, Bart. ; 18. The Earl 
ofRosslyn; 19. Count Batthyany; 
20. Mr. Haycock; 21. William 
Coke, Esq. ; 22. TrautsmandofT; 
23. John Moore, Esq. ; 24. The 
Lord Archibald St. Maur; 25. 
Sir James Musgrave, Bart. ; 26. 
Henry Green, Esq. of Rollestone; 
27. The Lord Cranstoune ; 28. 
Mrs. Stephen Chapman. The 
upper line of figures, beginning at 
the right: 29. Mr. King; 30. Mr. 
G. Marriot; 31. The Earl of 
Desart; 32. Captain Percy Wil- 
liams ; 33. The Earl of Houth ; 

34. The Marquess of Waterford ; 

35. J. O. Fairlie, Esq. ; 36. Mr. 
Godwin. 

1840. 162 Equestrian portrait of Her 
Majesty Queen Victoria, 



attended by Viscount Mel- 
bourne, the Marquis of 
Conyngham, the Hon. 
George S. Byng, the Earl of 
Uxbridge, Sir George Quen- 
tin, etc. 

1840. 191 Lady Anne Walsh and child. 
475 Lord Alfred Paget. 

50S Mrs. Bateman. 

Sussex Villa, Sussex Place. 

1841. 140 Viscountess Powerscourt and 

son and the Lady Barham. 

301 Lady Katherine Jermyn. 

492 Party at Ranton Abbey, the 
shooting lodge of the Earl of 
Liclifield, containing por- 
traits of the Earl of Sefton, 
the Earl of Uxbridge, the 
Earl of Lichfield, Viscount 
Melbourne, Viscount Anson, 
and Lord Lichfield's keepers. 

1171 Miss de Rothschild. 

1842. 59 The Lady Glenlyon. 
61 Mrs. Beauclerc. 

362 Lady Marian Alford. 
519 The Earl of Cardigan. 
(Elected A.R.A.) 

1843. 15 Her Majesty the Queen. 

Fainted for the United Ser- 
vice Club. 

211 Lord Wharncliffe, Lord Pre- 
sident of the Council. 
Painted for the Magistrates of 
the West Riding of Yorkshire. 

307 The sisters, children of the 
Hon. Colonel and Mrs. 
Dawson Darner. 

334 Lord Charles Scott, youngest 
son of the Duke of Buc- 
cleuch. 

519 Lady Margaret Littleton. 

530 Mrs. Strutt and child. 

1844. 79 Lord Forester. 

no Mrs. Bowyer Smyth. 

176 The Marchioness of Waterford. 

284 Master George Byng. 

316 Lady Prudhoe. 

409 A. Nasmyth, Esq. 

544 Lady Arthur Lennox. 

1845. no Master Sackville Stopford. 
140 The Marquis of Londonderry. 
228 Miss Singleton. 

286 The Sisters. Portraits of Mrs. 

Cochrane and Miss Drum- 

mond. 
400 The Earl of Powis. 
436 Master Eraser and his pony. 

1846. 66 H.M. Queen Victoria. Painted 

by Her Majesty's permission 
for the Governors of Christ's 



294 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Grant, Sir Francis, P.R.A. — contint4ed. 
Hospital in compliance with 
their earnest request to com- 
memorate Her Majesty's 
visit to the school, etc. 

1846. 170 William Wells, Esq. 

199 H.R.H. PrinceAlbert. Painted 

for Christ's Hospital. 
270 J. Locke, Esq. 
368 Mrs. Francis Grant. 
601 The Countess of Seafield. 

1847. 127 J. Pemberton Heyvvood, Esq., 

and horses. 

177 The Hon. Mrs. J. Wortley. 

189 Henry Dover, Esq. Painted 
for the Magistrates of the 
County of Norfolk. 

207 George Hudson, Esq., M.P. 

276 Mrs. Frederick Millbank. 

323 James Farquhar, Esq., of In- 
verlane. 

510 The Hon. Sidney Herbert, M.P. 

571 Lady Dalmeney. 
1S48. 67 Ladies Mary Fitzalan and 
Adeliza Fitzalan Howard, 
daughters of the Duke of 
Norfolk. 

117 Mrs. Farquharson of Inver- 
cauld and her son Octavius 
Frederic. 

223 Mrs. Charles Lamb. 

297 Sir Richard Sutton's hounds — 
containing portraits (begin- 
ning from left) of 

Jack Morgan, second whip ; the 
Hon. Col. Lowther; the Marquess 
of Granby; Mr. Green of Rolles- 
ton; Mr. Houston; Mr. Wood, 
farmer, of Market Overton; Ben 
Morgan, first whip; Mr. Assheton 
Smith ; the Duke of Rutland ; 
Sir Richard Sutton, Bart. ; Mr. 
H. Heathcote ; Mr. Banks Wright ; 
Captain Frank ; Harryand Charles 
Sutton, and Mr. Richard Sutton. 

365 Viscountess Pollington and her 
son and her sister, Lady Do- 
rothy Neville. 
Sir Tatton Sykes, Bart. To be 
presented to Lady Sykes, by 
the Gentlemen of the East 
Riding of Yorkshire. 
77 Mrs. Entwisle. 

The Rt. Hon. Sir Frederick 
Pollock, Lord Chief Baron. 
Painted for the County Hall 
of Huntingdon. 

243 The Countess of Zetland. 

336 Viscount Hardinge on the field 
of Ferozhushur, accompanied 
by the Hon. Charles Hard- 



1849. 



441 



140 



inge (Private Secretary), 
Col. Wood (Military Secret- 
ary), and the Hon. Arthur 
Hardinge, A.D.C. 

The horse on which he is 
mounted was in the battles of 
Meeanee and Maharajpore, and 
was afterwards ridden by him in 
the three battles on the Sutledge. 
The view represents the field and 
village of Ferozhushur, taken from 
a sketch made on the spot by the 
Hon. Charles Hardinge. 

1849. 350 Miss Adelaide Kemble as 

Semiramide. 
398 Lady Cremorne. 
530 The Earl of Wilton. 
543 The Marquis of Granby. 

1850. 52 The Countess Bruce. 

73 The Duke of Devonshire. 
126 Miss Grant. 

188 Viscount Hardinge, G.C.B. 
293 The Warden of Winchester 

College. 
333 General Earl Strafford. 
364 Lady Elizabeth Wells. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1 85 1. 69 Mrs. Phihp Miles. 
70 Miss Ralli. 

141 The Hon. Sir William Erie, 
Justice of Queen's Bench. 

190 Mrs. Livesay. 

224 J. M. Svvinton, Esq. 

421 The Lord Chancellor. {Lord 

Truro.) 
470 Mrs. J. Hargreave. 

1852. 53 Lady Carohne Stirling. 

54 The Rt. Hon. B. D'IsraeH, 
M.P., Chancellor of the Ex- 
chequer. 

121 The Countess of Kintore. 

191 Sir William Fraser, Bart., ist 

Life Guards. 
195 Lady Londesborough. 
370 Miss Hawkins. 
560 Mrs. George Bentinck. 

1853. 58 Lady Sophia Anderson Pelham. 
175 The Rev. Dr. Moberley, Head 

Master of Winchester Col- 
lege. Presentation portrait. 

200 The Countess of Leicester and 
Lady Julia Coke. 

2S4 Lord Campbell, Lord Chief 
Justice of England. 

376 The Duke of Portland. 

39S The Marchioness of London- 
derry. 

1854. 69 The Rt. Hon. T. B. Macaulay, 

M.P. 

74 Viscount Gough, G.C.B. , in 

the dress worn by him in his 



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295 



1854. 138 



1857- 



1858. 



"93 
353 
401 



1855. 79 



'55 
■"• 
iSo 



2ZO 

32S 



363 

387 
1856. 63 



116 
190 



220 

393 
432 



295 

427 

452 

73 
1+3 

219 



318 
338 
405 



battles in India. Paitited for 
the officers of the Bengal Ar- 
tillery. 

Lieut. -Col. Hope Grant, C.B., 
9th Lancers. 

Lord John Russell, M.P. 

Mrs. Percival Heywood. 

Mrs. Howard Vyse. 

27, Sussex Place. 

Capt. Emmat, Adjutant of the 
Worcestershire Yeomanry. 
Painted for Lord Ward, 
Colofiel of the Regiment. 

Lady Geary. 

John G. Lockhart, Esq. 

Sir Samuel Martin, Baron of 
the Exchequer. 

Lady Manners. 

Sir Peter Laurie, Governor of 
the Union Bank of London. 
Painted for the shareholders. 

The Rev. Dr. Hawkins, Provost 
of Oriel College, Oxford. 

Sir Edwin Landseer, R.A. 

The Duke of Rutland. Pre- 
sented by his tenantry, etc. 

The Countess of Ducie. 

Field-Marshal Lord Raglan. 

Lieut.-General the Earl of 
Lucan, Lord Lieutenant of 
Mayo. Presentation portrait. 

The Countess of Portsmouth. 

The Rt. Hon. Edward EUice, 
M.P. Painted for Cove:itry. 

Hon. Sir Charles Crompton, 
Justice of the Queen's 
Bench. 

The Marquis of Lansdowne. 

Mrs. Markham. 

Mrs. Peel. 

General Sir George Pollock, 
G.C.B. For Military College 
at Addiscotnbe. 

Viscount Gal way, M.P. 

Lieut.-General Lord Rokeby, 
K.C.B. Presentationportrait. 

Sir James Scarlett. Painted 
for the ^th Dragoon Guards. 

Lady Colebrooke. 

Hon. Colonel Percy Herbert, 
C.B. 

The Countess of Errol; scene, 
the Camp of the RifJe Bri- 
gade, Bulgaria. 

John Hardy, Esq. 

Viscountess Hardinge. 

James Hall, Esq., of Scar- 
borough, Master of the Hol- 
derness Foxhounds. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 



1859. 31 Mrs. Baillie Cochrane. 

153 Lord Alfred Paget. Painted 
for Royal Thames Yacht 
Club. 

183 Mrs. Gaskell. 

236 The Earl of Derby. 

347 The Earl of Seafield, Laird of 
Grant, and his son, Viscount 
Reidhaven. 

421 Frederick Salmon, Esq., 
Founder of, and Honorary 
Consulting surgeon to, St. 
Mark's Hospital. Painted 
for the Hospital. 

620 Countess Spencer. 
i860. 12 The first note in covert — Por- 
trait of Henry Villebois, 
Esq. Presentation portrait. 
52 The Dowager Lady Napier. 
72 The Rt. Hon. J. W. Henley, 
M.P. 

159 Sir Watkin and Lady Williams 
Wynn. Presented as a token 
of sympathy and affection by 
11,947 Cymri to Marie 
E7nily Williams Wynn in 
remembra7ice of the merciful 
protection vouchsafed to her 
and Sir IVatkin on the 6tk 
of March, i?,c^&,7cihen Wynn- 
stay was destroyed by f re. 

29S The Rt. Hon. Sir Lawrence 
Peel, Chief Justice of Cal- 
cutta. 

750 The Rt. Rev. Dr. Cotton, 
Bishop of Calcutta. 

1861. 65 Mrs. and Miss Hodgson. Pre- 

sentation portrait. 

131 General Lord Clyde. Painted 
for Earl Canning, Governor- 
General of India. 

157 Lord Broughton. 

2S6 Mrs. Hick. 

380 Lord Crewe. Presentationpor- 
trait. 

4S3 R. S. Holford, Esq. 

1862. 65 Mrs. Murray Stewart. 

Ill The Rt. Hon. General Peel, 
M.P. 

163 Earl of Elgin and Kincardine, 
K.T., G.C.B. , Governor- 
General of India, late Am- 
bassador for China. Painted 
for the To'cvn Hall of Dun- 
fermline. 

194 Lady Mary Craven. 

201 Miss E. Washington Jackson. 

20S Lieut.-General Sir Hope Grant, 
G.C.B.; the distant figures 
are Major the Hon. Augustus 



296 



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Grant, 


Sir 1 


-rancis, P.R.A. — continued. 
Anson, V.C, A.D.C., and 
Major Grant, 5 th Lancers, 
A.D.C. 




1862. 


353 


William Beckett, Esq. 






63Z 


M. J. Higgins, Esq. The dog 
painted by Sir Edwin Land- 








seer, R.A. 


1868. 67 


1863. 


6 


Miss Grant, painted in 1856. 


124 




68 


The Rt. Hon. the Speaker. 
{Denison.) 


.87 




155 


The Viscountess of Fife. Pre- 








sentation portrait. 


339 




65. 


Gone away. Portrait of N. 
Parry, Esq. 




1864. 


162 


The Duke and Duchess of 








Beaufort. Presentation por- 


355 






trait. 


1869. 16 




^54 


Edmund Denison, Esq., Chair- 








man of the Great Northern 


83 






Railway. Painted for Board 








Room, G.N.R.C. 






278 


The Hon. Mrs. J. Macdonald. 






458 


Charles Rahn, Esq. 


142 


1865. 


83 


Lady Augusta Sturt and son. 


'43 




95 


Mrs. Singleton. 






147 


Lord Westbury, Lord High 
Chancellor of England. 
Painted for the Middle 
Temple. 






155 


George Frederic Holroyd, Esq. 




(Elected P.R.A. and knighted.) 


202 


1866. 


45 


Mrs. Prodgers. 






55 


Mrs. Herrick, Beaumanor 








Park. 


310 




121 


The Marquis of Tweedale, gold 


363 






stick in waiting. 


886 




13' 


Mrs. Brassey. 






256 


Miss Herrick, Beaumanor Park. 


1870. 92 




276 J. F. Basset, Esq. 


196 




508 Lady Sophia Pelham. 




1867. 


108 


John Glutton, Esq. Presented 
by the Surveyors of England. 


263 




"37 


Lieut. -General Sir Hope Grant, 
G.C.B. Painted for the Law- 
rence Asylum, Madras. 


417 




183 


The Duchess of Sutherland 
and Countess of Cromarty. 


980 




,98 


The Rt. Hon. Lord Stanley, 
M.P., Secretary for Foreign 


1871. 157 






Affairs. 


216 




3^3 


James Burchell, Esq. Painted 
for the Mutual Assurance 

Society. 






347 


Master Charles Manners. 


489 


1868. 


64 


H.R.H. the Duke of Cam- 
bridge at the Battle of Alma, 


1072 






leading the Guards up the 


1077 






hill in support of the Light 








Division. His Royal High- 





ness is attended by Colonel 
the Hon. T. M'Donald, 
Colonels Clifton and Tyr- 
whitt. H.S.H. Prince Ed- 
ward of Saxe Weimar is in 
command of a company of 
the Guards. 

Miss Grant. 

The Earl of Bradford. 

The Countess of Yarborough. 
Prese?ited by the Hunt, 
1863. 

" Tom Hills," nearly fifty years 
huntsman to the old Surrey 
Fo.xhounds. Presentation 
portrait. 

The Countess of Wilton. 

The Rt. Hon. Gathorne Hardy, 
M.P. 

Field-Marshal the late Sir 
Hew Dalrymple Ross, R.A. 
Painted for the officers of the 
Royal Artillery. 

Mrs. Gathorne Hardy. 

The Belvoir Hunt, containing 
portraits of Mr. Goosey, 
huntsman, Mr. W. Goodall, 
afterwards huntsman, and 
Mr. Robinson, second whip. 
Painted bel7oeeti 1845 and 

1855- 

Equestrian portrait of Seymour 
Sydney Hyde, late Earl of 
Harrington. 

Lady Madeline Taylour. 

The Hon. Mrs. William Gray. 

Lieut. -General the Hon. Charles 
Gray. 

The sisters. 

The Hon. Mrs. Meynell In- 
gram. 

Anstruther Tomson, Esq. Pre- 
sented by the Pytchley Hunt. 

John Sketchley, Esq., aged 92, 
marine painter to Her Ma- 
jesty (? should be Schetky). 

The Duke of Roxburgh. Pre- 
sentation portrait. 

Lieut. -General the Hon. Sir 
James Yorke Scarlett, G. C. B. 

Equestrian portrait of J. G. 
Legh, Esq., Master of the 
Hertfordshire hounds, hunts- 
men and whips. 

Miss Blanche Russell. 

Sir Edward Watkm. Presenta- 
tion portrait. 

The late Rev. John Hodgson. 
Painted for the Clergy's Mu- 
tual Assurance Society. 



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297 



1871. IIIO 

1872. 108 

187 



210 

337 



1873. 210 



268 
38. 



527 



612 



1874. 


no 
"5 




189 

245 
324 


1875- 


529 
197 
212 



255 



370 

442 

904 

1876. 162 

185 

194 
III. 



Mrs. White of Ardvarrock — 
autumn in the Highlands. 

James, 5th Earl of Fife. Pre- 
seti/ed hy his Morayshire 
tenantry. 

The Earl of Tankerville. Pre- 
sentation portrait on Lord 
Ossiiis ton's coining of age, etc. 

Mrs. Roller. 

The Duke of Rutland, K.G. 

Lord Poltimore and hounds. 
Presented hy tlie Cattistock 
Hunt. 

Sir Andrew Orr of Harvestoun 
and Castle Campbell. Pre- 
sented by the Glasgow and 
S. IV. Railivay, etc. 

The Earl and Countess of 
Coventry. Presented by the 
North Cotsivold Hunt, etc. 

H. A. Hunt, Esq., C.B. 

The Viscount Reidhaven, 
Master of Grant. Presented 
on his coming of age, etc. 

Charles John, nth Baron Col- 
ville of Culross (Master of 
Her Majesty's Buckhounds 
from July, 1866, to Decem- 
ber, 1868). Presentation 
portrait, etc. 

The Duke of Buckingham and 
Chandos. Interior of the 
Colonial office. 

James Hunt, Esq. 

The late Viscount Palmerston, 
M.P. 

Knitting a stocking. 

Mrs. Albert Grant. 

Thomas Brassey, Esq., M.P., 
Commanding Volunteer Na- 
val Brigade. 

On board the " Harlequin." 

Portrait of a lady. 

J. Whyte Melville, Esq., of 
Bennochy and Strath Kin- 
ness. Painted for the Royal 
and Ancient Golf Club of St. 
Andrews. 

Joseph Walker Pease of Hessle- 
wood, J.P., D.L., Lt.-Col. 
I St East York Rifle Volun- 
teers, late M.P. for Hull. 
Prese?itation portrait, etc. 

The Rt. Hon. J. G. Dodson. 
Presentation portrait, etc. 

Mrs. Hay. 

The late Lord George Manners. 

The Earl of Milltown. 

Winter. 

Summer. 



1876. 340 Robert Rodger, Esq., of Had- 

low Castle, Kent. 
1341 The muckle hart. 

1877. 202 Sir William (iull, Bart. 

263 Lady Victoria Leveson-Gower 
on her pony " Lady Whit- 
worth." 

360 Suspicion. 

416 The Duke of Rutland, K.G., 
on his shooting pony, on his 
Derbyshire moors, with two 
of his keepers, Mr. Mansell 
and Mr. Charity. 

444 The Rev. M. S. S. Johnstone. 
Presentation portrait. 

1878. 84 William Cameron Gull, son of 

Sir William Gull, Bart., 
M.D., before the game be- 
gins — Eton playing-fields. 

181 Stag among rocks. 

275 The late John Dalyell, Esq., 
Master of the Forfarshire 
hounds, and afterwards of 
the Puckeridge hounds, 
painted 1834-5. 

451 A Royal group in a Highland 
deer forest; the scene is a 
reminiscence of the forest of 
Invercauld. 

466 W. M. Sparrow, Esq. Painted 
for the Board Poom of the 
Stafford County Bank. 
(The late.) 

1879. 176 The Marquis of Granby, now 

Duke of Rutland, painted 
about 1846. 

GRANT, Henry Painter. 

98, Albany Street. 
1876. 1294 Near Andover, Hants. 

28, Campden Hill Gardens. 
1882. 142 SirThomasBateson, Bart., M.P. 
24, Holland St?eet. 
188S. 853 Deeply interested. 

GRANT, J Architect. 

29, Francis Street, 

Bedford Square. 
1823. 773 Design for a Chapel. 

GRANT, Lewis Painter. 

Llanfellyn Cottage, Bushey. 
I go I. 1210 The teazle. 

GRANT, Miss Mary Sculptor. 

Kilgraston, Bridge of Earn. 

1866. 87S Sir Francis Grant, P.R.A. 

1867. 1076 A. Mitchell, Esq., ^LP. 

QQ 



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Grant, Miss Mary — continued. 

1S68. 1125 Countess of Dudley and Ward. 
64, Great Titclifield Street. 

1870. 1055 Lady Constance Hay. 

1057 General Sir Hope Grant; 
marble. 

187 1. 1187 Miss Grant; marble. 

1257 Viscount Canning; post- 
humous bust. Executed 
in marble for the Raja-i- 
Rajgan of Kappoortala, 
G.C.S.I. 

1273 H.M. Queen Victoria; colossal 
bust executed in marble for 
the Raja-i-Rajgan of Kap- 
poortala, G.C.S.I. 

1873. 1446 John Grant, Esq., late of Kil- 

graston. 
1505 John the Baptist preaching in 

the Wilderness; bas-relief. 
1523 Katherine of Alexandria. 
1599 Master Stanley; relievo. 

1874. 1525 Incident in the life of St. Mar- 

garet. 

Then she was dragged to a 
dungeon, where Satan, in the 
form of a terrible dragon, came 
upon her with his inflamed and 
hideous mouth open, and sought 
to terrify and confound her; but 
she held up the cross of the Re- 
deemer, and he fled before it. 

1875. 1241 Mrs. Rowcliffe; alto-relievo, 

marble. 

1249 Alan Grant, Esq.; marble. 

1307 Lady Macbeth. 

1383 The late Field-Marshal Sir 
W. Gomm, G.C.B.; statu- 
ette. 

1390 Son of Sir R. Menzies, Bart.; 
marble. 
Ebenezer House, 

Gloucester Gate. 

1876. 1367 Miss Baillie; marble bust. 
1393 The Hon. Mrs. Maurice Wing- 
field (posthumous); marble 
bust. 

1395 C. B. Radcliff, Esq., M.D.; 

marble bust. 
1404 St. Paul. "God forbid that I 

should glory, etc." 
1461 Queen Margaret of Scotland; 

marble statuette. 

1877. 1406 J. F. Bateman, Esq., F.R.S. ; 

marble. 
1409 Jane, Lady Franklin, from the 
only existing portrait taken 
in her twenty-third year, 
died in her eighty-fourth 
year; marble. 



1877. 1530 Hon. Sir Frederick Bruce, 
K.C.B., late Envoy-Extra- 
ordinary and Minister-Pleni- 
potentiary to the United 
States. 

1879. 1459 Miss Nisbet Hamilton; bust, 

marble, 
1488 The Very Rev. E. B. K. For- 

tescue, late Provost of St. 

Ninian's. 
1522 St. Margaretof Antioch; statue, 

marble. {J^or quotation see 

1874.) 

1880. 1587 Captain the Hon. F. Maude; 

bust, marble. For St. Mar- 
garet's House, Isleworth. 

1882. 1563 The tired musicians; group, 

marble. 
1650 The late Dean of Westminster. 
For the Private Chapel, 
Windsor Castle. Exhibited 
by command of H.AI. the 
Queen. {Dean Stanley.) 

1883. 1599 Arthur Saltmarshe, Esq. ; bust, 

marble. To be placed in the 
Saltmarshe Hall, Ridley 
College, Cambridge. 

1884. 1715 The late Dean of Westmin- 

ster {Dean Stanley); bust, 
marble. 
1735 The late Lord Sherborne; bust, 
marble. 

1885. 2111 The Magdalen; marble. 

Camvell House, Tite Street. 

1886. 1822 The late Rt. Hon. Henry 

Fawcett ; relief. For the 

Women's memorial o?i the 

Embankment. 
1893 Henry R. Truman, Esq., eldest 

son of Colonel Truman ; 

bust, marble. 
1895 TheHon. Mrs.SlingsbyBethell; 

bust, marble. 

1889. 2127 The Hon. Lyman Bass; high 

relief, marble. 

1890. 1994 R. Hunt, Esq.; bust. 

1892. 1929 The late C. S. Parnell ; bust. 



GRANT, Miss Mary R Sculptor. 

3, U 'est Road Park, 

Tottenham, N. 
1903. 180; Margaret F. Anderson; medal- 
lion, bronze. 



GRANT, Spencer W Architect. 

63, Finsbury Pavement. 
1903. 1442 Municipal buildings, Totten- 
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299 



GRANT, W. A Painter. 

8, Goldhmuk Terrace, 

Shepherd's Bush. 
1862. 93 Winter Sunset. 

GRANT, William James Painter. 

London Fields, Hackney. 

1847. 161 Boys with rabbits. 

1848. 509 Scene in the tent of Edward 

the Black Prince, after the 
battle of Poictiers. 

" He treated King John like an 
honoured guest, 

When at the feast he sate, 

For with reverend air and fore- 
head bare, 

The Prince did on him wait." 

69, Dean Street, Soho. 

1 849. 511 The last act of one of the early 

missionaries. 

Ulfred, a learned and pious 
Englishman, laboured to convert 
the Germ.in tribes from idolatry. 
To show the folly of trusting in 
the im.age, he struck it down. In- 
dignant at the act, the Pagans 
rushed upon the missionary, whose 
life fell a sacrifice to his zeal. 

1850. 506 Christ's miracle at Gadara. 

" And when he was come to 
the other side, etc." — St. 
Mattheiii, viii, 28, etc. 

1 85 1. 329 The accusation of Haman. 

"And the king said again 
unto Esther, etc." — Esther, 
vii, 2, etc. 

26, Soho Square. 

1852. 108 Delilah and Samson. "The 

cruel mockery of his sight- 
less eyes." — Longfello7v. 
479 The rescue. " A fisherman 
stood aghast, To see the 
form of a maiden fair Float 
by with a drifting mast." 
1042 Three drawings from the poem 
of "The Blind girl of Castel 
Arille." 

The story relates to an incident 
in village life, in which the bride, 
losing her sight, is not permitted 
by the family to marry ; the bride- 
groom being inveigled into marry- 
ing another person, etc. 

1853. 560 The incident which led to the 

great Reformation : Queen 
Catherine first discovers 
Henry's love for Anne Bo- 
leyn. 
1054 Juliet and the friar. "Take 
thou this phial, etc." 

1854. 502 Legend of the first efforts in 

printing. "It is stated, that 



1854. 



"85S- 



1856. 



a German merchant cutting 
some letters upon a tree 
discovered they would leave 
an impression upon paper." 
594 The Requiem. 

The last hours of Mozart were 
devoted unceasingly to his com- 
position, all the efforts of his wife 
being unavailing to turn his atten- 
tion from the work he loved so 
fervently. 

950 Study for a picture. 

139 Dr. Johnson carries home the 
poor girl he found deserted 
in the streets. 

218 Hotspur dreaming. "In thy 
faint slumbers, I by thee 
have watched, etc." 

253 The red rose. 

506 The apothecary. " My poverty 
and not my will consents, 
etc." 

598 A visit to the old soldier. 
"Then would he strip his 
sleeve, and show his scars." 
1209 The lesson of mercy. The sub- 
ject of the picture was sug- 
gested by the sight of some 
boys cruelly pelting a poor 
old man. 
53 From the early life of Queen 
Elizabeth. 

During the harsh imprisonment 
of Elizabeth in the Tower, the 
only kindness she received was 
from a little child, who used to 
run into her room every morning 
with a present of fresh flowers. 

343 Peep-bo ! ! ! 
434 Lesbia. 
621 May Gilzean, 
mother. 

This poor girl, although dis- 
carded by her parents, was in 
reality married to Private Ander- 
son, of one of Her M.ijesty's regi- 
ments of foot. Having no home, 
she brought up her child in the 
ruined corner of a cathedral. The 
boy afterwards became a cele- 
brated Indian officer, and founded 
the great hospital and free school 
at Elgin. 

1858. 367 Eugene Beauharnais refusing 
to give up his father's sword. 

In 1 793 an order was issued at 
Paris by the Convention to seize 
all the arms of the citizens. When 
the officers came to the house of 
Madame Beauharnais, whose hus- 
band had been killed during the 
reign of terror, her son, a boy of 
ten years old, sternly refused to 
give up the sword of his dead 



1857- 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Grant, William James — continued. 

father. This incident being re- 
ported to Napoleon, was the cause 
of his introduction to the widow, 
who became afterwards the Em- 
press Josephine. 

1858. 460 The last trial of Madame 

Palissy. 

Bernard Palissy flourished during 
the latter part of the sixteenth 
century. The dream of his am- 
bition was the restoration of the 
lost art of porcelain enamel; in 
his efforts to realize it he reduced 
himself and his family to the 
greatest distress. On the eve of 
success, he was in want of a piece 
of gold to complete his experi- 
ment. After earnest entreaty his 
wife relinquished her wedding- 
ring. 

1859. +16 The Eve of Monmouth's re- 

bellion. 

The Duke of Monmouth, irreso- 
lute and desponding to the last, 
was urged to his rash attempt on 
the throne of England by Lady 
Wentworth. His thoughts are 
directed to the axe being the pro- 
bable end of his rebellion. 

605 A legend of the White rose. 

In the reign of Henry VH 
Perkin Warbeck, who called him- 
self a son of Edward IV, was de- 
feated, taken prisoner, and placed 
in the stocks, where he was forced 
to read his recantation. In Scot- 
land he had been favourably re- 
ceived, and married a noble lady, 
who followed his fortunes to Eng- 
land. 

i860. 249 A page from the Civil War. 

Henrietta Maria, having pawned 
her jewels in Holland to raise re- 
inforcements for her husband, on 
landing in England with the sup- 
plies, is fired upon by the troops 
of the Parliament, and forced to 
take refuge under a bank. 

414 The morning of the duel. 
" What ! gone without a 
word? " 

1 86 1. 27 First steps in life. 

631 The Tower, February, 1553: 
the last reliques of Lady 
Jane Grey. 

1862. 485 Prince Arthur tending his 

keeper. '■^Arthur. When your 
head did but ache, etc." — 
Kinf^ Joint. 

1863. 621 The token of flight to Robert 

the Bruce. " Bruce, defeated 
and a fugitive, with his wife 
and child, was saved from 



capture by receiving a 
feather, the well-known em- 
blem of flight." 

1864. 489 Katherine Parr. 

Condemned by the jealous rage 
of Henry VIII, escapes death by 
making her peace with the tyrant 
before the arrival of the officer 
with the warrant. " When beauty 
holds the lion in her toils, etc." 

553 Secret intelligence — time of 
danger. During the middle 
ages, information of a dan- 
gerous nature was conveyed 
by writing, which showed no 
sign on the paper until held 
over the steam of hot water. 

1865. 443 The last appeal to loyalty. 

During the early days of the 
French Revolution, it was the 
great desire of the King and Marie 
Antoinette to gain over the leaders 
of the opposition to their side: 
one of the principal members was 
not to be moved, although the 
whole night had passed away in 
discussion and entreaty, when the 
Queen, as a last appeal, took him 
into the adjoining room, where 
her only son the Dauphin was 
asleep — the man regarded him 
sternly, and turned away. 

467 A nursery story. "This little 
pig went to market." 

1866. 423 The lady and the wasp. 

"Strike him not, Jenny 
(Doris cries), nor murder 
wasps like vulgar flies." — 
Gay's Fables. 
463 Reconciliation. 



GRANTHAM, William ... Architect. 

Oxford Street, 

facing the Pantheon. 
1773. 115 Plan and elevation of a cold 

bath. 
1775- '35 Plan and elevation of a town 
house for a gentleman. 

GRANVILLE, Miss Evelyn. 

Miniature Painter. 
15, Beaumont Street, 

Port/and Place. 
1883. 1315 Portrait of a lady. 

GRANVILLE, W. L. B. Architect. 

16, Grafton Street. 
1838. 1089 Elevation of National Museum. 

1090 Bird's-eye view of do. 

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109, Piccadilly. 

1840. 999 Design for a new Exchange 

taken from the Mansion 
House. 
io9i\v The Iron column and naval 
Gallery in honour of Lord 
Nelson. {A long description 
of the idea follou'S.) 

1841. 1056 A Pump Room for St. Ann's 

Cliff, Bristol, etc. 

1842. 1124 New houses of Parliament, etc. 
1 1 33 do. do. do. 

1844. 1121 Holy Trinity Church, Hull. 

3, Bedford Row, Holborn. 

1849. 1129 Interior, St. James's church at 

Hatcham, Old Kent Road. 

I, Curzon Street. 

1859. 1063 New Government ofifices, St. 

James's Park. 



GRASS, A Sculptor. 

S3, Gower Street. 
1859. 127S Gottfred Kinkel; marble me- 
dallion. 
1280 The late Mrs. Johanna Kinkel; 

marble medallion. 
1335 Beethoven, Mozart, Handel, 
Haydn, Bach, German com- 
posers; bas-relief. 
i860. 1006 Professor E. Pauer. 

loio Alexander Flerzen, Esq. 
1861. 992 General Klapka ; marble me- 
dallion. 
1062 Miss Huth; marble. 
1863. 1190 Portraits of children in medal- 
lion. 

7, Gower Street. 

1866. 930 The sleeping child. 

1867. 1093 Beethoven, Mozart, Handel, 

Haydn and Bach; marble 

medallion. 
1 144 A young girl. 
1 186 Mrs. Rabenstein. 



GRASSIE, John Painter. 

1776. 116 Two drawings in pen and ink. 
1 781. 405 Portrait of a lady. 



GRATIA, L Miniature Painter. 

30, Great iMarlbo rough Street. 
1 85 1. 1229 E. Lechertier Barbe, Esq. 

29, Percy Street. 
1855. ^^^ Miss Julia Murray of the Royal 
Princess's Theatre in " The 
Corsican Brothers." 
S46 A young Syrian. 



35, Fitzroy Square. 
1859. 881 Portrait in Pastel. 
1863. 764 Spanish guerilla. 
1S64. 670 Portrait of an artist. 

GRATISE. 6'rt' Gratitien. 

GRATITIEN, Sebastian. 

Miniature Painter. 

(Painter to the Elector of Cologn.) 

55, Great \Vi7idmil I Street. 
1790. 343 Portrait of a lady, portrait of 
the Elector of Cologn and 
portrait of a gentleman. 

.S. Gratise, ?io address. 
I 791. 30S Madame Khrumpholtz. 

S. Gratise, 132, Pall Mall. 

1792. 305 Portrait of a lady. 

772 do. gentleman. 

1793. 400 do. lady. 

435 do. nobleman. 

10, St. Alban's Street, 

Pall Mall. 
1795- 53^ Portrait of a gentleman. 
560 do. lady. 

GRATTON, George Painter. 

31, Greek Street, Soho. 

1812. 539 The guard Room. " But Ellen 

boldly stepped between, etc." 

540 The Gathering. " All stand 

aghast, etc." — Lady of the 

Lake. 

712 Noontide. 

GRA'VELY, Percy Painter. 

Newtek, Lewes, Sussex. 
1896. 585 Rescuing cattle in a flooded 
valley. 

GRAVELL, William D. ... Architect. 
6, Queen A>i/ie's Gate. 
1894. 1729 Design: Framlingham Gram- 
mar School. 

GRAVES, Charles A Painter. 

57, Kenihiiorth Road, 

St. Leonardos. 
1884. 1595 Moonlit sea. 

GRAVES, Frederick Percy. 

Painter. 

20, Grove Terrace, 

Kentish Town. 

1858. 363 The old church at Chingford, 

Essex. 
939 Autumn. 

1859. 131 An English lane. 



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Graves, Frederick Percy — continued. 
1861. 37S Mrs. Robert Graves. 

1867. 336 On the Conway — cloudy 

weather. 

1868. 307 Among the birches — Midsum- 

mer morning. 



GRAVES, 



1846. 55S 



1847. 234 

1849. '°°- 

1850. 422 



532 



1851. 20 



1852. 165 



'■35 



1853- 3> 



1854. 186 
•99 

iSss- 235 

1856. 402 

994 
1859. 233 



343 
506 



1094 

i860. 36 

548 



Hon. Henry Richard. 

Painter. 
H. H. Greaves, 

31, Conduit Street. 
Lady Augusta Paget. 
Hon. H. Graves, 22, CItarles 

Street, AI id die sex Hospital. 
Viscountess Maidstone. 

15, Waterloo Place. 
Viscountess Polhngton. 
Sir Thomas Hesketh Leth- 

bridge, Bart., and his son, 

Arthur Erin. 
Horace Cockerel!, son of J. 

Cockerell, Esq. 

27, Bury Street, St. James's. 
Field-Marshal the Marquis of 

Anglesey, K.G., G.C.B., etc., 

in the uniform of Colonel of 

the Blues and Gold Stick. 

Painted for the ojjicers of the 

Regiment. 
The Hon. Oliver Montague, 

youngest son of the Earl of 

Sandwich. 
Miss Augusta Clifford, youngest 

daughter of Sir Augustus 

Clifford. 
Field-Marshal the Marquess 

of Anglesea. 

62, Cadogan Place. 
Lady George Paget. 
Lady Oglander. 
Lady Constance Maidstone. 
Mrs. Henry Guise. 
Lady Dorothy Nevill. 
Portrait of a lady. 

15, Waterloo Place. 
General Sir George Brown, 

G.C.B., K.H., etc. Painted 

for the Officers of the 'j'jth 

Regiment. 
Portrait. 
Sir William Gordon, Bart., 

Captain 1 7th Lancers, one 

of the 600 at Balaclava. 

Presented to Lady Gordon. 
Miss Stevenson as Red Riding 

Hood. 

32, Brutoft Street, May fair. 
The Hon. Arthur Chichester. 
The Hon. Flora Chichester. 



1861. 8 The Hon. Henry John Vane 
Tempest and Lady Avarina 
Mary Vane Tempest. 
541 Mrs. Frances Fortesque. 

102, New Bo?id Street. 

1863. 214 Viscount Stratford deRedcliffe, 

G.C.B. Presented to Eton 
College. 
321 Mrs. Shaw Stewart. 

1864. 181 Children of Grenville Wells, 

Esq. 

Mrs. Martin Smith. 

Mrs. Quin and child. 

Miss Seymour. 

Lord Rivers. 

Miss C. A. Loveden. 

The Hon. Lady Filmer. 

Capt. John Alexander, R.N., 
C.B. 

Sir Henry Keppel, R.N., 
K.C.B., and Commander-in- 
Chief on the China Station. 

Lady Alexander G. Lennox. 

Lord Alexander G. Lennox. 

Lady Cornelia Churchill. 

Mrs. Best. 

Viscount Barrington. 

Miss Esdaile. 

Mrs. Musgrave. 

Master Wallace Cockrane. 

Mrs. Ferdinand Huth. 

Marchioness of Bristol. 

Viscountess Hood and the 
Hon. Mabel Hood. 

Hackbridge Cottage, Carshalton. 

The Uuke of Richmond. 

H.R.H. the Princess Louise. 
By command of the Queen. 

Mrs. Boyes. 

The Hon. Mrs. George Fitz- 
william. 

Major-General the Rt. Hon. 
Cecil Forester, M.P. 

19, Albert Mansions. 

The Hon. Mark RoUe and 
hounds. 
112 Lady Ashburton. 
123 The Hon. Mrs. Proby. 
662 Miss Hargreaves. 
1873- '99 Lady Wharncliffe. 
320 Lord Skelmersdale. 
546 Hon. Frances Harris. 
976 Lady Musgrave and child. 

1874. 23 Lady Constance Marsham. 
69 Countess of Ilchester. 

287 Mrs. Wemyss. 

446 The Earl of Macclesfield. 

1875. i/S H.R.H. the Princess Beatrice. 

Painted and exhibited by 
command of H.M. the Queen. 



1865. 

1866. 
1867. 



1 868. 



1869. 



1870. 



197 
436 
249 

5n 
216 

58 
129 

558 



265 
266 
661 
100 
182 
226 

297 
736 

84 
345 
405 



1871. \',^ 
286 

328 
1053 

1062 

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1876, 

1877 
1879 

1880 



Ettrick House, Cromwell Road. 
261 Countess Bcauchamp. 
4S6 Lady Alice Packe. 

Villa de Provence, Cannes. 
241 The Duchess of Roxburgh. 

159, Cronncell Road. 
122 Mrs. Henry OiJpenheim. 
266 Mrs. Albert Bankes. 
514 Miss Birch. 

533 Lady Wolverton. 

14, Grosvenor Slreel, IV. 

534 Mrs. Stanier. 



GRAVES, Robert, A. R. A. ...'Engraver. 

19, Grove Terrace, 

Kentish Town. 
1837. 750 The Abbotsford family. After 
Sir David Wilkie, R.A. 

This interesting picture con- 
tains portraits of the author of 
"Waverley," Lady Scott, the 
present Sir Walter Scott, Mr. 
Charles Scott, Mrs. Lockhart, 
Miss Ann Scott, Sir Adam Fer- 
guson, his old favourite dogs, and 
a view of Melrose. 

1839. 1059 The Examination of Shakspeare 
before Sir Thomas Lucy on 
a charge of deer-stealing. 
Engraved for the Association 
for the Promotion of the Fine 
Arts in Scotland, from a 
picture by George Harvey, 
R.S.A. 

1 84 1. 950 A Castaway. E?igraved for the 

Association for the Promo- 
tion of Pine Arts in Scot- 
land, from a picture by 
George Harvey, R.S.A. 

1842. 983 The Highland whisky-still. 

After Edwin Landseer, R.A. 

Fitzroy Cottage, Kentish Toivn. 

1846. 740 First reading of the Bible in 

the crypt of old St. Paul's. 

After G. Harvey, R.S.A. 
1850. 671 The Baron's charger. After J. 

F. Herring 

20, Grove Terrace, 

Kentish Touni. 
1855. 99S The Princess Amelia. After 
Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A. 

1857. 862 A portrait. 

1858. 1122 Cromwell resolving to refuse 

the Crown. After C. Lucy. 
1123 Mrs. F. Percy. 
i860. 939 The Princesses Mary, Sophia 

and Amelia, daughters of 

George HL After J. S. 

Copley, R.A. 
1 86 1. 965 A Slide. After T. Webster, 

R.A. 



1862. 


936 


1863. 


954 


1865. 
IS66. 


848 
S>5 


1868. 


91S 




922 



1869. 

1870. 
I87I. 
IS72. 

1873- 



III6 

869 

824 

1284 
I25I 

1252 



The origin of the harp. After 
D. Maclisc, R.A. 

The Good Shepherd. After 
Murillo. 

The Madonna. After Murillo. 

The Hon. Mrs. (iraham, wife 
of General Lord Lynedoch. 
After Gainsborough. 

The blue boy (Master Buttall). 
After Gainsborough. 

Mrs. Lloyd (afterwards Mrs. 
Beckford). After Sir J. Rey- 
nolds. 

Mrs. Siddons. After Gains- 
borough. 

Via Dolorosa. After Raphael. 

Georgiana, Duchess of Devon- 
shire. After Gainsborough. 

The Good Shepherd. After 
W. T. C. Dobson, A.R.A. 

Mrs. Beaufoy. After Gains- 
borough. 
(The late.) 

Charles Dickens at the age of 
27. After D. Maclise, R.A. 

Charles Dickens at the age of 
47. After W. P. Frith, R.A. 



GRAVESANDE, Vans. .See V. 



GRAVIER, Alexandre Louis. 

Etcher. 
199, Euston Road. 
1882. 1299 Lady Teazle. 

1884. 1444 Rose Standish. After G. H. 

Boughton, A.R.A. ; etch- 
ing. 
I, Selu'ood Terrace, Brighton. 

1885. 1596 Loose Shoe. After Hey wood 

Hardy. 
1658 Golden leaves. After J. G. 
Grace. 

1886. 1426 The Rush -gatherer. After 

Vicat Cole, R.A. 

1887. 1460 Still water. After R. Half- 

night. 

121, Haverstock Hill. 

1889. 171S "When the evening sun is 

low." After J. E. Grace. 

1890. 1611 Changing pasture. AfterYeend 

King. 

1 89 1. 1557 {No title.) After Yeend King. 

1895. 1278 Baiting the hook. AfterYeend 

King. 

1896. 1464 The lass that loves a sailor. 

After Yeend King. 

1897. 1633 Childhood's happy days. After 

E. Parton. 



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GRAY, Miss Alice Painter. 

59, George Street, Edinburgh. 

1 89 1. 241 Grinding corn. 

1892. 469 Portrait of a lady. 



GRAY, C Architect. 

2, Kensington Gore. 
1159 Design: Gamelieeper's lodge. 
1 1 24 Design for a village charity 
school. 

5, Grange Villas, Brampton. 
1261 Design for a cruciform church. 
1 1 89 Design for a church. 

5, Conduit Street. 
1099 Houses at Norwood. 

22, Westl'urne Place. 
1 144 Villa at Highgate Rise. 
894 Houses in Gore Road. 
5, Parliarneut Street, 

Westminster. 
762 Chancel of West End church. 



1844. 
1845. 



1847. 
1S48. 

1853- 

1859. 
1862. 



1866. 
GRAY, 

1897. 

1902. 

GRAY, 

1854. 



Claude W Painter. 

36, Ovington Street, Chelsea. 
1606 Barges at Chelsea. 

The White Cottage, Hale, 

IVestmorland. 
105 The story-book. 

D Sculptor. 

6, Fitzroy Street. 
1455 Medallion portrait of Frederick 

Hartwig. 
1457 Medallion portrait of Nelly. 



GRAY, Miss Ethel. 

Miniature Painter. 

19, Beaumont .Stieet, O.v/ord. 
1123 Miss Macmichael. 



1902. 

GRAY, 

1852. 
GRAY, 
1811. 

GRAY, 

1854. 

1855- 
1856. 



F Painter. 

1 6, Fleet Lane, E. C. 
553 The last two for a penny. 



758 Fruit. 



Painter. 

1 3, Upper Kcnnington. 



George Enamel Painter. 

3, Allsop Terrace, Neio Road. 
667 Enamelled copy on porcelain 
of Etty's picture of the 
Dangerous Playmate. 

1 2, Great Quebec Street. 
706 Enamel of a lady. After T. 

Sampson. 
635 A Brigand. After Etty. 
651 Solitude and Reflection. 



1857- 



1858. 



1859. 



i860. 



1861. 



1862. 



1863. 
1864. 
1865. 
1866. 

1867. 
1869. 



661 

662 

616 

6.7 
619 

707 

819 

820 

812 
813 

825 

794 
795 
803 

693 
694 
700 
705 
739 
7+8 
736 
612 

S49 
1140 



19, Walton Street, Brompton. 
After C. R. 



After 



Gray). 



1873. 1397 



The Duchess. 

Leslie, R.A. 
Returning from the fair. 

W. Mulready, R.A. 
The Refusal (Duncan 

After Wilkie. 
Nature. After Lawrence. 
The pride of the village. After 

J. C. Horsley, A.R.A. 
The young brother. After W. 

Mulready, R.A. 
"Le Diable Boiteux." After 

A. L. Egg, R.A. 
"Taming the Shrew." After 

C. R. Leslie, R.A. 
Uncle Toby, etc. After Leslie. 
The last in. After W. Mul- 
ready, R.A. 
Merry Wives of Windsor. After 

C. R. Leslie, R.A. 
A village choir. After T. Web- 
ster, R.A. 
Autolycus. After C. R. Leslie, 

R.A. 
The Refusal (Duncan Gray). 

After Sir David Wilkie, R.A. 

II, Chester Terrace. 

Florizel and Perdita. After 

C. R. Leslie, R.A. 
Taming the Shrew, 

R. Leslie, R.A. 
Sancho and the 

After C. R. Leslie, 
Portrait of a lady. 

Thorburn, A.R.A. 
Returning from the fair. 

T. Webster, R.A. 
Les Femmes Savantes. After 

C. R. Leslie, R.A. 
The maid and the magpie. 

After Sir E. Landseer, R.A. 
The butt — shooting a cherry. 

After W. Mulready, R.A. 

23, Chester Terrace. 
The jealous companion. After 

J. E. Millais, R.A. 
Vicar of Wakefield. After W. 

Mulready, R.A. 

161, Walworth Road. 
The bathers. After W. Mul- 
ready, R.A. 



After C. 

Duchess. 
R.A. 
After R. 



After 



GRAY, Henry Miniature Painter. 

50, Manchester Street. 
1849. 82 The Fort, Netley, Hants. 

484 View near Carisbrook, Isle of 
Wight. 
1 85 1. 368 The Pilgrim. 

905 Miss Fanny Geddes. 



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305 



1852. 

1853- 
1854. 



736 
800 
799 

796 

830 
837 



1855. 80 



S12 
876 



8, Dorchester Place, 

Blandford S(]uare. 
A portrait. 
Miss Schott. 
Miss Bertha M. Street. 
William, second son of Lord 

John Russell. 
Charles, youngest son of D. 

Colnaghi, Esq. 
Miss Laura Caroline Russell. 
Lady Susan Clinton, daughter 

of the Duke of Newcastle. 
841 Lady Harriet Hamilton, eldest 

daughter of the Duke of 

Abercorn. 
859 Francis Albert RoUo, youngest 

son of Lord John Russell. 
Lord Archibald Campbell, 

youngest son of the Duke 

of Argyll and Lady Edith 

Campbell. 
The Countess of Durham. 
Lady Louise Hamilton, daugh- 
ter of the Marquis of Aber- 



895 Miss M. Neale. 
935 J. Castellane, Esq. 

1856. 264 A portrait. 

746 The children of H.R.H. the 
Prince de Joinville. 

761 Gordon, son of William J. H. 
Money, Esq. 

783 The children of William J. H. 
Money, Esq. 

795 The Hon. George Bennett and 
the Hon. Frederick Bennett, 
sons of Lord Ossulston. 

1857. 765 Lady Louisa Moncrieffe. 

772 Charles, son of Charles Henry 

and Lady Louisa Mills. 
814 The Hon. Mrs. A. Gordon. 

1858. 670 Alice, daughter of J. B. Walker, 

Esq. 
706 Miss M. Tarratt. 

21, Camden Square. 
i860. 842 Miss Eleanor Thorpe Peed. 
845 Mrs. J. G. Fanshawe. 
853 The Hon. Mrs. Wm. Talbot. 
28, Queen's Road, 

Camden Square. 
1 86 1. 879 J. G. Fanshawe, Esq. 

25, Old Cavendish Street. 
1866. 642 A portrait. 

151, Great Portland Street. 

1874. 1326 Portrait of a lady. 

1875. 1 120 Miss Christina Brownley. 

55, Charlotte Street. 

1877. 1298 Portrait of a lady. 

1878. 1260 Alice. 

1885. 1513 Portrait of a lady. 
III. 



GRAY, 


H. 


1845. 


266 


1850. 


1230 



1885. 1545 Pour I'amour. 

1888. 1 501 Miss Cohen. 

1889. 1596 Robert, son of George Lake 

Grange, Esq. 
4, St. George's Road, 

Pritnrose Hill. 
1897. 1523 Mrs. G. F. McCorquodale. 
1524 Miss M. D. McCorquodale. 

GRAY, Herbert Painter. 

8, Victoria Street, S. IV. 
1 90 1. 1 1 20 Eventide. 



Barnard Painter. 

5, Brecknock Crescent. 
Retriever and pheasant. 

36a, Edward Street. 
The Britannia Tubular Bridge 
across the Menai Straits, 
North Wales, from sketches 
made upon the spot at the 
commencement of raising 
the first tube. 

38(3', Edivard Street. 
Retrieving. 

1 1 , Harrington .Street. 
Study from nature. 

do. do. 

A favourite trout stream. 
Study from nature. 
A primrose bank. 
Showery weather — Lynmouth, 

North Devon. 
The river Mole from Bletch 

worth Park. 
37, Gloucester Road, 

Regent's Park. 
On the Mole near Dorking, 

Surrey. 
The weedy river. 
Apple blossom and chaffinch 
nest. 
228 May and bird's-nest. 
246 Lane scene in Warwickshire. 
258 The ferry at Wargrave, Berks. 
394 A lane in Kent. 



1851. 
1856. 

1857- 
1858. 



1859. 
i860. 



1861. 
1862. 
1863. 



616 



I50 

258 
26 

2'3 

279 

916 



622 



371 



GRAY, J Painter. 

4, Tonbridge Street. 
1833. 569 Saxon door-way, Titchfleld 
Church, Hants. 

GRAY, James Sculptor. 

79, West Regent St., Glasgoiv. 
1903. 1782 Les Reves; statuette, bronze. 

GRAY, Miss Jessie D Painter. 

I, Warrender Park Crescent. 
1892. S29 A little maid. 

R R 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GRAY, John Painter. 

5, IVeb/'er Street, Westminster. 
1S39. 341 The flight into Egypt. "When 
he arose, he took the young 
child, etc." 

GRAY, John Painter. 

12, Newton Grove, 

Bedford Park. 
1885. 389 Flowers. 

The Avenue, Fulham Road. 

1888. 629 A bit of the river Colne near 

Twickenham. 

1889. 324 A pond in Surrey. 

Thursley , tiear Godalmiiig. 
1891. 61 Moonlight. 

124 A bit of Milford Heath. 

712 A road off the Common. 
1893. 169 A quiet spot. 

1897. 234 A green and silent spot. 
510 February. 

861 "The golden footprints of de- 
parting day." 

1898. 100 Chrysanthemums. 
1S99. 569 "Benge." 

697 A study; portrait of a lady. 
Windford House, Maiden 

Newton, Dorset. 

1903. 85 My wife. 

1904. 8 We two. 

299 Portrait of the artist. 
451 E. R. Gray, Esq. 



GRAY, John Hobday 
1834. 



... Architect. 

35, Foley Ft ace. 
Design for Conservatory in 
Nobleman's Park. 
1835. 970 Design: Eastern Literary 
Athenfeum. 

18, Step?iey Cause7vay. 
1837. 1009 Design: Nobleman's Mansion. 

GRAY, J. W Miniature Painter. 

14, Old Bond Street. 
1828. 911 Portrait of a lady. 

GRAY, Miss K Painter. 

Snoke's Lane, Woodford. 
1873. 368 Fisher boys. 

GRAY, Miss M. Etheldreda... Painter. 

2, Bo/to?is, Kensington. 
1899. 517 Royden Water Si)lash, New 
Forest. 
3, Kensingto?i Studios, 

Kelso Place, W. 
1901. 182 Col. H. W. Gray, V.D., 2nd 
South Middlesex V.R.C. 



1 901. 479 Peggy; a portrait. 

527 Children of J. F. L. Brunner, 
Esq. 

2, The Boltons. 

1903. 81 A hornpipe: Margaret and 

Janet, daughters of D. Rob- 
ertson Macdonald, Esq. 
265 "The fool hath said in his 
heart, etc." 

1904. 339 Colonel Sir Howard Vincent, 

K.C.M.G., M.P. 

GRAY, Miss Monica F. Painter. 

1900. 10 1 Hook Heath, Surrey. 

GRAY, Mrs Painter. 

9, Upper Montague Street. 
1S44. 924 Portraits of two sisters. 

8, Dorchester Place. 
1 85 2. 1065 Miss Sophia Agnes Baker, 
daughter of Major Baker, 
Bath. 
1857. 955 Minnabel, daughter of Frede- 
rick Carrey, Esq. 

GRAY, S Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1807. 549 View in Leatherhead, Surrey. 
1818. 4S6 View near Leatherhead. 

857 do. do. 

30, Pancras Place. 

1822. 706 Mitcham Church, Surrey. 

2, Brixton Place. 

1823. 921 View near Leatherhead. 

25, Grove Street, 

Camden Totvn. 
1S30. 619 The new fountain at the 
Colosseum, Regent's Park. 



GRAY, Thomas Painter. 

65, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1859. 535 The pet rabbit. 

1 128 Childhood. 
1864. 8 The kitchen. 

2 1 , Howland Street. 

1866. 157 The bookworm. 

1867. 321 The writing master. 
1869. 524 A Japanese picture-book. 



GRAY, Thomas Painter. 

1 1 , Heathfield Gardens, 

Chiswick. 
1899. I0S9 Checked at the ford. 
1902. 63 Rescued: an episode in the 
burning of old London 
Bridge, 1666. 



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307 



GRAY, Thomas U Sculptor. 

Lansdowne House, 

340, Essex Road. 
1893. 1771 A Board school unit; head. 

GRAY, T. W Painter. 

Brown Street, Salisbury. 
1831. 440 Villagers returning from the 
fair. 

GRAY, William. 

Sculptor and Painter. 

6, Diana Place, Neiv Road. 

1841. 1259 Bust of the late missionary, 

Williams, murdered by 

Savages on the island of 

Acromanga. 

1316 Bust of J. C. Evans, Esq. 

1 1 3, Stanhope Street. 
1845. 1375 Bust of a lady. 

70, Wanvick Street, Pimlico. 
1847. 1450 lanthe. 

Alva Cottage, Ryde. 
1851. 1295 Bust of the late Sir Robert 
Peel, Bart. 

Glendoiver, Ryde. 

1854. 1526 Medallion portrait of Sir 

Augustus Clifford, Bart., 
C.B., etc. 

1855. 560 Carisbrook Castle. 

1137 The WhitecUff, Isle of Wight. 
35, Darlington Street, 

Manchester. 

1856. 243 The brook. 
379 Solitude. 
96S Sunset. 

Bernhill, Ventnor, 

Isle of Wight. 

1857. 67 The Vale, Bonchurch, Isle of 

Wight. 

GRAYSON, J Architect. 

— Grayson, Junr. 

I, Banner Street, 

Banner Square. 
iSoo. 1012 Design for a Villa. 

1044 do. garden building. 

1803. 922 A Design for a Temple. 
944 do. Villa. 

GRAYSON, W Architect. 

41, Chiswell Street, Moorfields. 
1 79 1. 547 Elevation of a nobleman's 

house intended to be built 

near Sedburgh in Yorkshire. 
1 793- 775 Design for a gentleman's seat 

to be built near Lancaster. 
: 794. 630 Design for a gentleman's seat 

to be built at Kingmore, 

near Carlisle. 



1, Banner Street, Bunhill Roiv. 
1795- 657 Design in perspective of a 

country seat. 
1796. 754 A gentleman's country seat. 
1798. 9<S4 Design for a nobleman's seat. 
1801. 925 do. park Entrance. 

939 do. Villa. 

GRAYSON and OULD ...Architects. 

Bridge Street Row, Chester. 

1886. 1553 Old Falcon Inn, Chester. 

1632 Business premises, Foregate 

Street, Chester. 
1730 Parish church, Woolton, near 

Liverpool. 
3 1 , James Street, Liverpool. 

1887. 1617 Oakfield, near Chester. 

162S Buildings, Castle St., Liver- 
pool. 

1889. 1853 Wightwick Manor, Stafford- 

shire. 
1880 do. do. do. 

1890. 1779 Trinity Hall, Cambridge, etc. 
i8;o British and Foreign Insurance, 

Liverpool. 

1892. 1630 The Mount, near Wolverhamp- 

ton. 

1893. 1642 Bidston Court, Cheshire. 

GREATBACH, William ... Engraver. 

2, Crescent Place, 

Mornington Cresent. 
1S59. 1212 The christening of H.R.H. 
the Prince of Wales. After 
Sir G. Hayter. 

GREATHEAD, B Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1S02. 2 King Lear. "Do not laugh at 
me, for as I am a man, I 
think this lady to be my 
child Cordelia." 
1803. 213 The Cave of Despair. "That 
darksome cave they enter, 
where they find, etc." — 
Spenser. 

GREAVES, William Painter. 

I, St. Anne's Street, Leeds. 
1885. 299 The Mill house oak, Edwin- 
stowe, Notts. 
307 Friends in age: Sherwood 
Forest. 

18, Park Lane, Leeds. 

1888. 71 Melting snow: Thornton-le- 

Dale. 
1897. 36 At Thorner, Yorkshire. 

1069 A late autumn afternoon — 
Sherwood Forest. 



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Greaves, William — cotifinued. 

1898. ii6 Eventide — Edwinstowe, Notts. 
1900. 1088 A silvery afternoon in June. 

GREEN, Alfred A. W Painter. 

Solihull Lodge, 

near Birmingham. 
t86i. 261 The Cottage door. 

GREEN, B Sculptor. 

3, Royal Arcade, Newcastle. 
1837. 1 102 View of Grey Street, New- 
castle-upon-Tyne, with the 
monument to Earl Grey; 
the figure to be executed by 
E. H. Baily, R.A. 
1152 Monument to Earl Grey — ivith 
J. Green. 

GREEN, Benjamin Richard. 

Miniature Painter. 

8, South Crescent, 

Bedford Square. 

1837. 931 John Elliotson, M.D., F.R.S., 

professor at the London 
University College. 

4, Little Maddox Street. 

1838. 567 Hon. Lieut.-General Capel. 
1035 J. Tickell Viner, Esq., in a 

Vandyke Costume. 

1839. 640 Portraits of the children of the 

Rev. John Athews of Lough- 
ton, Bucks. 

A portrait. 

Portraits of the two sons of 
Dr. Sutherland. 

68, Berners Street. 

1840. 603 Charles Edward Eraser Tytler, 
Esq., Balmain, Inverness. 

727 Master Aldourie Grant, son of 
Captain Grant, Assistant 
Adjutant General, Bengal. 
17, Neivman Street. 

1842. 924 Mrs. Mackay. 
934 Portrait of a young lady. 
946 John Mackenzie, Esq., of In- 
verness. 

1843. 691 A portrait. 
1132 George Godwin, Esq., F.R.S., 

Hon. Sec. to the Art Union 
of London. 

62, Charlotte Street. 

1844. 844 Portrait of a lady. 

917 do. do. 

918 Rev. J. R. Major, M.A., D.D., 
Head Master of King's Col- 
lege School. 

9i4 Edward Edwards, Esq. 

1845. 936 Charles Knight, Esq. 
937 Portrait of a child. 



75' 
767 



1845. 956 John Elliotson, M.D., F.R.S. 
972 Portrait. 

1062 do. 

1091 Thomas Wyse, Esq., M.P.,one 
of Her Majesty's Commis- 
sioners of the Fine Arts. 

1846. 768 Rev. William Wildes, of the 

Royal Bavarian chapel, War- 
wick Street. 
823 George E. Towry, Esq., in the 
costume of an Egyptian 
officer. 
Portrait. 
Benjamin Bond Cabbell, Esq., 

F.R.S. 
Portrait of a child, 
do. lady. 

do. do. 

do. do. and child. 

Portrait. 

John Bowring, LL.D., M.P. 
Rt. Hon. Thomas Wyse, Min- 
ister at .\thens. 
Portrait of a lady. 
William Pott, Esq. 
Thomas Miles, Esq., M.P. 
Rt. Hon. Sir William Moles- 
worth, Bart., M.P. 

41, Fitzroy Square. 
A portrait. 
Mrs. Cavendish. 

GREEN, C Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1804. 479 View of the Capuchin Convent 
on the hills above Bastia, 
Corsica. 

GREEN, Charles, R.L. Painter. 

15, College Terrace, Lslington. 
1862. 660 The rivals. 

24, Brecknock Crescent. 
The letter bag. 

Ruin. " Bid not thy fortune 
troll upon the wheels of 
yonder dancing cubes of 
mottled bone, etc." 
The poison test. 
Two 's company, three 's none. 
78, Park Rd., Haverstock Hill. 
1022 " May it please your majesty." 
63 Old neighbours. 
234 " Come in." 
Charlecote, 

Hampstead Hill Gardens. 
377 A consultation. 
1072 "The girl I left behind me." 
327 A choice Vintage. 
460 A Fleet Marriage. 





IOI6 




1056 


1847. 


974 




1038 




1049 


1848. 


685 




988 




1033 


1850. 


945 


I85I. 


1168 


1852. 


655 




1046 


1853- 


773 


1854. 


982 


1858. 


7S3 



1870. 
I87I. 



1872. 

1873- 

1874. 

1875- 
1877. 



1879. 

1880. 
1881. 

1883. 



323 
125 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



309 



GREEN, Charles Sculptor. 

20, Shrewsbury Road, ShcJJicld. 

1889. 202S J. C. Clegg, Esq., Mayor of 

Sheffield; bust. 

GREEN, C. B Painter. 

45, Rathbone Place. 
1853. 522 A sketch from nature. 

GREEN, David Painter. 

39, Circus Road, 

St. J oh It's I Food. 
1879. 85 1 Pensarn, North \Vales. 
1882. 1060 Looe, Cornwall. 

1886. 1 148 Where the river meets the sea. 

1887. 12S6 Clearing up after rain. 

1888. 12S6 Stormy. 

1391 When the tide is low. 

1890. 141 3 Landing fish. 

1891. 13:1 The banks of the Yare. 
1324 Great Yarmouth. 

30, Fairfa.x Road, 

Soittli Hampsiead. 
1894. 1061 In port. 
1898. 1210 Stranded. 

GREEN, E. F Painter. 

13, New Bond Street. 
1824. 338 Contemplation. 

65, Upper Charlotte Street. 
1826. 78 Portrait of a gentleman. 
407 Mrs. Desanges. 
885 Captain Moring, one of the 
Elder brothers of the Trinity 
house. 
915 Mrs. Aretas Akers. 

1 6, Howland Street. 

1828. 15 Mrs. Harry Waller. 

1829. 899 Aretas Akers, Esq. 

18, Upper Gloucester Place. 
1837. 223 Mrs. Alfred Shaw. 

197, Strada Mercante, Malta. 

1840. 366 An Arab servant carrying a 

bardak. 
23 (Octagon room.) A Turkish 
lady receiving visitors in her 
harem at Cairo. 

1841. 365 Admiral the Hon. Sir Robert 

Stopford, G.C.B., G.C.M.G., 
Commander-in-chief of Her 
Majesty's Forces in the 
Mediterranean. 
2, Titchficld Terrace, 

St. John's Wood. 
1843. 538 St. Peter. 

Bombay. 
1846. 63 Dr. James Burnes, K.H., 
F.R.S., etc. 

17, Nottingham Street. 
1 85 1. 446 Indian snake charmers. 



GREEN, Miss E. Margaret. 

Miniature Painter. 
7, Rossetti House Studios, 

Chelsea. 

1900. 1447 Madge. 

1901. 1375 Mrs. Frederic Green. 

1902. 1 170 Mrs. Morrell. 

(Now Mrs. F. Curtis.) 

42, London Road, Redhill. 

1903. 1177 Gwendolen, daughter of Dr. 

Langley Browne. 

GREEN, F. G Architect. 

32, Lincoln's Inn Fields. 
1824. 935 Design for a Park lodge. 

At Mr. IV. M. Nurse's office, 

33, Cutnberland Terrace. 
1827. 1056 Cumberland Terrace, etc. 
1829. 1024 A Conservatory and fountain. 

1 83 1. 1002 A park tower, etc. 

GREEN, George Pycock Everett. 

Painter. 
G. P. Green, 

27, Lamb's Conduit Street. 

1 84 1. 72 F. Williams, Esq. 

1842. 298 F. Twynam, Esq. 

1844. 946 Posthumousportrait of Thomas 

Simpson, Esq., the Arctic 
traveller; author of " Narra- 
tive of Discoveries on the 
North coast of America," in 
the years 1837-39. 

After achieving these discoveries 
(for which the gold medal of the 
Royal Geographical Society of 
London, and a pension from 
Government were awarded him) 
he perished on his homeward 
journey in June, 1S40, at the age 
of thirty-two. Appended is a chart 
of the land he discovered and 
explored. 

1845. 313 Morris Lievesley, Esq. 
316 Portrait of a lady. 

1850. 186 do. child. 

7, Upper Gower Street. 

1851. 231 H.R.H. the late Duke of Cam- 

bridge. 

1852. 515 Miss Clara Macdonald. 
788 Robert Bailey, Esq. 

1854. 408 Francis Crew, Esq. 
528 A Jewish Rabbi. 

1855. 297 Yarburgh Yarburgh, Esq., of 
Sowerby House, Yorkshire. 

595 Mrs. Lloyd, of Stockton Hall, 

near York. 
1857. 72 The evening Saunter. 

465 The Venerable Archdeacon 

Robinson, D.D., Master of 

the Temple. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



G. P. E. Green, 

7, Upper Gower Street. 
1861. 76 Mrs. Sinclair. 
1863. 286 Mr. Francis Crew, late secre- 
tary of the Royal Freema- 
sons' Girls' School, Wands- 
worth. Fainted for the In- 
stitution. 
552 The late James Hoby, Esq. 

1 00, Goiver Street. 

1870. 43 G. W. Martin, Esq., founder 

and conductor of the Na- 
tional Choral Society. 
1873. 758 HaddonHall. 

GREEN, Herbert John Architect. 

53, Prince of Wales' Road, 

Norwich. 
1 88 1. 1089 St. Nicholas church, Wells- 
next-the-Sea, Norfolk. 
31, Castle Meadows, Nonvich. 
1885. 1810 Burnham Thorpe church, Nor- 
folk. 
1865 do. do. do. 

GREEN, H. Townley, i?./. ... Painter. 

15, College Terrace. 
1855- 959 Miss Temple. 
T. Green, 

24, Brecknock Crescent. 

1868. 817 The letter. 

1869. 847 By the riverside. 

16, Camden Cottages. 

1871. 472 The daily governess. 

1872. loSi A Jacobite's farewell. 

London bridge is covered on 
each side with houses, so disposed 
as to have the appearance of a 
continued street. Upon this is 
built a tower, on whose top the 
heads of such as have been e.\e- 
cuted for liigh treason are placed 
upon iron spikes. 

78, Park Road, 

Haverstock Hill. 

1873. 1224 Twilight. 

1875. 906 Still waters. 

1876. 618 Little fishermen. 

GREEN, Miss Isabella Painter. 

Knutsford, Cheshire. 
1875. 663 Primulas. 

GREEN, J Painter. 

At Mr. Martyr's Academy, 
10, Great Marlborough St. 

1790. 630 Group of shells. 

1 6, Great Marlborough Street. 

1 79 1. 508 A calm. 



1792. 567 North-east view of Oxford 

Market. 
573 North-west view of Oxford 
chapel. 

GREEN, James ... Miniature Painter. 

1 4, Little Tichfield Street. 

1793. 188 Portrait of a gentleman. 
479 do. do. 

608 Tunbridge Wells. 

613 Portrait of an artist. {Mr. 

Gooch.) 
622 Tunbridge Wells Walks. 

1794. 446 Seven portraits. 

54, Newman Street. 
1795- 3^5 Frame with two portraits. 

437 Frame containing four por- 
traits. 
481 A frame with seven portraits. 
{Mr. Sergeant, Mr. Delme, 
Mrs. Newbrand, Mr. Forth, 
Countess Sterhonterghi.) 

1796. 402 Four portraits. {Mr. Roper.) 
508 Portrait of a young lady. {Miss 

Smith.) 
525 Frame containing seven minia- 
tures. 

1797. 347 Portrait of himself. 

3S6 Landscape: view from nature. 

387 Portrait of a young lady. 

393 Landscape view from nature. 

430 Head of Shakespear. 

6S4 Portrait of a young lady. 

695 Landscape: view from nature. 

699 do. do. 

9-6 A frame with five portraits. 

{Mr. Bartolozzi, Mr. Palmer, 

the actor, etc.) 

1798. 298 Dorothea surprised in the wood 

by the Curate, Barber and 
Cardenio. — Don Quixote. 

417 The young depredators. 

510 The brown jug. 

840 Mr. R. Palmer. 

845 Mr. Hatchett. 

38, Rathbone Place. 

1799. 30 Portrait of a lady. 
288 Miss King. 

36S Infantine tenderness. 
539 Mr. G. Wilde. 
5S1 Portrait of a lady. 

1800. 44S Portraits of two of the Hon. 

John Byng's daughters and 

Miss Smith. 
461 View on the Thames. 
464 Portrait of a lady. 
720 Miss Gulstone. 

1801. 127 Mr. Cooke in the character of 

lago. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



311 



I80I. 


263 


Mr. Leighton. 


1808 




297 


The deluge. 






35° 


Portrait of a gentleman. 


1809 




367 


Portraits of the Lord Bishop of 
Lincoln's three sons. 






38S 


The Bishop of Lincoln. {George 








Fretyman Toiniine.) 


1810 




4H 


Venus and Cupids. 




1802. 


282 


Portrait of a lady of quality, 








as a ballad singer. " Come 


1811 






buy, who'll buy poor Sally's 








wooden ware? etc." 






340 


Miss. Thomas. 






44' 


Mrs. Paul and child. 






674 


Portraits of Alderman Boydell, 








Mrs. Francia, and two others. 


1812 






46, Rathbone Place. 




1803. 


51 


The young novelist. 






57 


The infant St. John; a study. 






391 


A frame containing four por- 
traits: Mr. J. Hay, Mr. T. 
Taylor, Mr. G. Reed, and a 
lady. 


1813 




462 


Portrait of a lady. 






744 


do. gentleman in the 
character of Macbeth: Mr. 








Laybrom. " Is this a dagger 


1814 






which I see before me? 








etc." 




1804. 


93 


Lord Newborough. 






3S3 


Portrait of a gentleman. 






399 


do. do. and his 
family. 






400 


Portrait of a gentleman. 






477 


Sir R. Sutton, Bart. 


1815 




852 


Portraits of a lady and child. 




1805. 


93 


Mr. Ward. 






424 


Miss Mundy. 






453 


Miss Seymour. 


1816. 




477 


T. Allan, Esq., Junr. 






508 


The fugitives. 






521 


R. Brown, Esq. 






654 


R. M. Sutton, Esq. 




1806. 


264 


L. Thomas, Esq. 






433 


Portrait of a lady. 






434 


Col. Pownall. 






497 


Portrait of a lady as Rebecca 
at the well. 




1807. 


35 


Building castles in the air. 






250 


Hypochondriac. " Methinks I 
hear, methinks I see ghosts. 








goblins, etc." 


1817 




476 


R. Ramsbottom, Esq., M.P. 






477 


The graces conducting the 








doves to market. 


1818 




488 


A scene at Brighton. 






532 


Portrait of a gentleman. 




1808. 


88 


Miss Byrne. 


1819 




230 


Portrait of a lady; a study, in 
the style of Rembrandt. 





410 Capt. Paterson. 

515 J. Bilbie, Esq. 

223 S. T. Adams, Esq. 

271 Portrait of a lady. 

307 General Debbieg; a drawing. 

388 Portrait of a lady. 

241 Sir J. Stanley, Bart. 

507 Lady Anderson and child. 

508 Rev. Sir C. Anderson, Bart. 
100 G. Osbaldiston, Esq. 

196 Lord Arbuthnot. 

203 Portraits of a lady of quality 

and son. 

239 T. Jarvis, Esq. 



346 
368 
375 

254 



721 

790 
296 

342 



354 

500 

501 

4 



Argyle Street. 
Esq. 



Miss Coote. 
J. H. Thorold, 
Mrs. Thorold. 

Little Argyle Street. 
A. P. Buchan, M.D. 

273 A. Papworth, Esq. 
309 R. Coote, Esq. 
405 Sir C. Coote, Bart. 

Portraits of a lady and her 
children. 

Mr. Ackermann. 

Portrait of a young gentle- 
man. 

Elizabeth William Green, only 
child of the late William 
Green, Esq., of Jamaica. 

Mrs. Lewis Evans. 

E. Dalton, Esq. 

Portraits of the Indian Jugglers. 

Mrs. Hudson and son. 
60 Portrait of a lady. 
609 Mrs. T. Sherratt. 
740 Sir Geo. Smart. 

274 Portrait of a lady. 

306 do. an Ofificer of the 
Guards. 

341 Study from Walter Denoon, as 
a Scottish shepherd. He 
served upwards of sixty years 
in the 42nd Regiment; was 
at Quebec under General 
Wolfe, and has just com- 
pleted the 1 00th year of his 
age. 

431 Portrait of an officer. 

876 Mr. Nicholson. 

347 B. West, Esq., President of the 
Royal Academy. 

431 Mrs. Salmon. 
29 Mrs. Darnley. 

294 R. Birnie, Esq. 

359 W. Hudson and son. 

303 Capt. Murray, East India ser- 
vice. 

507 Mrs. Murray. 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Green, James — continued. 

1S19. 376 Master Horsley, the child that 
was stolen from his parents 
by Rennett. 
413 Portrait of a gentleman. 

1820. 338 do. lady preparing for 

a mask-ball, attired in the 
costume of the reign of 
Charles the First. 

477 The late B. West, Esq., P.R.A. 

513 Rev. W. Slatter. 

515 Slatter, Esq. 

182 1. 262 Concert Champetre, in which 

are introduced some of our 
most eminent singers. 

579 Portrait of a young lady. 

702 Miss J. Davis. 

834 Miss M. J. Davis. 

1822. 195 Portrait of a young lady in the 

costume of Berne. 

316 Portraits of a lady and her 
daughters. 

465 Mackenzie, Esq., of 

Cononside, Ross-shire. 

7S3 Portraits of the children of 
R. Hughes, Esq. 
1S23. 257 Col. Nugent, formerly of the 
Hon. East India Co.'s ser- 
vice. Painted by order of 
the Members of the Stratford 
Club. 

291 Portrait of a lady. 

1824. 261 The elopement. " Haste, haste 

thee, my fair one, etc." 
365 Portrait of a young lady. 
496 The three Maries weeping over 

the body of Christ. 

1825. 265 Portraits of the children of the 

Rev. Mr. Greenlaw. 
301 Mrs. Barker. 
368 Samuel Barker, Esq. 

1826. 299 Zadig and Astarte. {French 

quoiatio7i. ) 
424 Portrait of a gentleman. 
471 do. naval officer. 

8, South Crescent, 

Bedford Square. 

1827. 176 Mrs. Smyth. 

282 Captain Henry Smyth, R.N. 
464 Portrait of a young lady. 

1828. 102 Juliet. "O, Romeo, Romeo, etc." 
356 Master Charles, son of Sir 

Richard Sutton, Bart. 
648 Valpy Turner, Esq., of the 
Bengal Cavalry. 

1829. 374 Portraits of the family of 

Nathan Knight, Esq., Pen- 
dleton House, Lancashire. 
1000 John Warde, Esq., the father 
of foxhunting. 



1830. 300 Portraits of a lady and child. 
490 do. Sir Joshua Rey- 
nolds, Benjamin West, Esq. 
and Sir Thomas Lawrence, 
the deceased presidents of 
the Royal Academy. 

504 Portrait of a lady. 

581 Thomas Stothard, Esq., R.A. 

1 83 1. 90 Sir John Stanley, Bart. 
504 Group of children. 

1832. 506 John Stone, Esq. 
507 Mrs. C. H. Stone. 

550 Miss ^Vright. 

564 Mrs. Banks Wright and child. 
977 Mrs. Stephen Beeching and 
child. 

1833. 377 J. A. Roebuck, Esq., M.P. 
482 Mr. Shirley, huntsman to Sir 

Richard Sutton, Bart. 

551 The Rev. Thomas Dale, A.M. 

(The late.) 

1834. 330 Capt. John Ross, K.S., R.N. 

GREEN, Mrs. James (formerly Miss 
Mary Byrne) ... Miniature Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1805. 388 Portrait of a lady. 
1S06. 748 do. an artist. 

38, Rathbone Place. 

1807. 454 Hebe. 
457 Aurora. 
S98 Mr. Lowry. 
942 A study. 

1808. 701 Portrait of a young lady. 

1809. 646 do. lady. 

1810. 599 do. do. 

181 1. 566 H. L. Thomas, Esq. 
600 Mrs. C. Kemble. 

606 Master Ward. 

607 Mr. Ward, R.A. Elect. 

Argyll Street. 
1S12. 415 Portrait of a lady. 
418 do. a child. 

1813. 423 do. an artist. 

43S G. Spence, Esq., and a lady. 
440 Portrait of a lady. 
444 Rev. F. Wrangham, M.A., 
F.R.S., and Master Say. 

1814. 433 A. Nicholson, Esq. 

1815. 630 Portrait of a lady. 

1816. 619 Frame containing portraits of 

Mrs. Phillips, T. Phillips, 
Esq., R.A. , and a young lady. 

181 7. 7S3 Portraits of a young lady and 

H. Milner, Esq. 

1818. 704 Major Light. 

717 Portrait of a lady. 

18 19. 806 Frame, containing the portraits 

of Miss (iiles, a lady, and 
Miss Nicholson. 



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313 



i«i9. 



1820. 



1823. 
1824. 

1825. 

1826. 

1827. 

1828. 
1829. 

1830. 



1831. 



1832. 

1833- 
III. 



896 A frame containing the por- 

traits of Miss E. C. Dorin, 
Mrs. Foxhall, and Master 
Smith. 
648 Lord Selsey. 

764 Portrait of a lady. 

790 Lady Sutton. 
794 Miss Bargus. 

805 Portraits of Master and the 
Misses Conway, children of 
Col. Conway. 

680 Mi.ss Galley. 

722 Rev.. Archdeacon Davies. 

723 S. Boddington, Esq. 

791 Miss Boddington. 

813 H.R.H. the Duchess of 
Clarence. 

815 Mrs. Harper. 

890 Miss Augusta and Miss Amelia 

Fitzclarence. 
662 Miss Galley. 
750 Portrait of a young lady. 
679 Laurence Peel, Esq. 
818 Mrs. Salmon. 
836 Edward Foxall, Esq. 
635 Lieut. -Col. James Hughes, 

18th Hussars. 

757 Lady Hampson. 

758 E. Blackburn, Esq. 

599 Portrait of a gentleman. 
630 The Hon. Henley Eden. 
668 Portrait of a gentleman. 
763 Lady Alicia Peel. 
800 Portrait of a young lady. 
675 do. lady. 

807 Miss F. Cresswell. 
8, South Crescent, 

Bedford Square. 

707 H. Sitwell, Esq. 

789 Portrait of a gentleman. 

804 do. lady. 

709 Miss Noyes as Psyche. 

766 Mrs. Boddington. 

691 Portrait of a young lady. 

765 do. lady. 

869 George J. Morant, Esq. 
662 Major Webb. 
674 Miss Foster. 
700 William Mackenzie, Esq. 
709 Hon. Gustavus Frederick Ham- 
ilton. 
857 Mrs. Giles. 
879 Edmund Foster, Esq. 

897 Sir Francis Mackenzie, Bart. 
715 Mrs. Eckford. 

816 Rev. Dr. Fly, St. James's 

Palace. 
853 Edmund Foster, Esq. 

708 Portrait of a lady. 
770 Lady Mackenzie. 



1833- 

1834. 
«835- 



1836. 

1837- 

1844. 

1845. 
{See^i 



772 Richard Rothwell, Esq. 

860 Portrait of a young lady. 

647 do. lady. 

707 Mrs. Dowling. 

800 Portrait of the lady of Captain 

Mathew, M.P. 
661 Portrait of a young lady. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
917 Portrait of a gentleman. 
857 do. child. 

8S6 do. do. 

iss Mary Bvrnp:, vol. i, page 370.) 



GREEN, J Miniature Painter. 

Riclimond, Surrey. 
1815. 649 Sir G. Smart. {This is probably 
by James Green from a dif- 
ferent address, as he sent a 
simihir portrait. No. 740.) 

GREEN, J Architect. 

3, Royal Arcade, Neivcastle. 
1837. 1 120 View of the suspension Bridge 
across the River Tyne at 
Scotswood, near Newcastle, 
etc. 
1152 Monument to Earl Grey. With 
B. Green. 

GREEN, John Hippesley. 

Sculptor and Painter. 
II, Union Street, 

near Middlesex Hospital. 
136 Hercules and Omphale ; a 
model. 

15, Union Street. 
118 Jacob meeting Rachel. 
7, Riding House Lane, 

Cavendish Square. 
621 Hercules and Omphale. 
576 Bacchus. 
669 A medallion of the late Rev. 

J. Wesley. 

784 A Design for a monument for 

a late comic Actress, to be 

erected in St. Paul's, Covent 

Garden. 

I, Wells Street, Oxford Street. 

976 Portrait of Miss Green ; a 

bust. 
333 Landscape. 



'775- 



1776. 



.788. 
1789. 
1791. 

1793- 



1800. 



1806. 



1807. 



334 


do. 


469 


do. 


470 


do. 


337 


do. 


341 


do. 


342 


do. 


343 


do. 


450 


do. 



3 s 



314 



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Green, John Hippesley — continued. 
1808. 36S Portrait of a lady. 

617 Landscape: a composition. 
675 View from Horsenden hill, on 
the banks of the Paddington 
Canal. 
677 Landscape: a composition. 
iSio. 324 Landscape from nature. 
331 Portrait of a gentleman. 
181 1. 308 View in a lane near Hastings. 

354 View in Kent. 
1 813. 650 A view in Caernarvonshire. 

1816. 505 View in Kent. 

687 Lowdore Waterfall, Cumber- 
land. 
69; Linmouth, Devon. 

1817. 588 A Cottage near Newton, North 

Devon. 
Hippesley Cottage, 

Pond Street, Hampstead. 

1 8 18. 608 A View at Weobley, Hereford- 

shire. 

1S19. 488 View in Caernarvonshire. 

997 Yeaster Dillas Waterfall, 
Brecknock, on the borders 
of Glamorganshire. 

1820. 748 Gear bridge, etc., Devon. 

GREEN, Josiah Painter. 

Porch Cottage, Birmingham. 
1 868. 459 Spring's Gatherings. 

GREEN, J. G Painter. 

1 8, Portugal Street. 
1835- 9^9 Monuments in the Pere la 
Chaise cemetery at Paris ; 
from a sketch. 

GREEN, Leslie W Architect. 

7 1 , Strand. 
1904. 1631 New Premises, St. James's 
Street. 

GREEN, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1804. 578 View in Corsica on the road to 
Bastia. 
583 View of a Village in Corsica. 

GREEN, Miss Mabel Painter. 

50, Endleshafn Road, Balham. 

1884. 50 Early morning, Exmoor. 

1885. 674 On the Yorkshire moors. 

759 "Sweet the coming on of 
grateful evening mild." 
i8yi. 1397 A spring morning. 

149, Sutherland Avenue. 
1896. 148S Study of a head. 



GREEN, Miss Mary C Painter. 

Great Russell Street. 
1890. 633 St. Paul's at Sunrise. 



GREEN, Miss M. Helen Painter. 

39, Circus Road, 

St. John's Wood. 
18S4. 530 Azaleas. 

1886. 6-3 Wild flowers. 

1887. 816 Roses and opal glass. 



GREEN, Miss M. Taylor Painter. 

Tutbury, Burton-on-Trent. 
1904. 36 The end of the song. 



GREEN, Nathaniel Everett. 

Painter. 

20, Aberdeen Place, 

Maida Hill. 

1857. 1160 The poor minstrel. 

2, Melbourne Place, 

St. John's Wood. 

1858. 665 Old mill on the Thames at 

Mapledurham, near Read- 
ing. 
710 Harvest scene near Maiden- 
head. 

3, Circus Road, 

St. John's JFood. 

1869. 561 Old cottage at Southend. 

1870. 525 St. Clement's, Hastings. 

631 Hastings from the old London 

Road. 
718 The East cliff, Hastings. 

187 1. 603 The bridge at the Hermitage, 

Dunkeld. 

612 A Glen on the Trosachs near 
Ben A'an. 

622 The falls of theTummell, Perth- 
shire. From the Queen's 
favourite view. 

1872. 783 A peep of Ben Venue from the 

side of Loch Achray. 
819 A Highland Cottage near 

bridge of Turk. 
843 A quiet pool on Glen Finlas, 

Trosachs. 

1873. 1326 The Gap of Dunloe, Killarney. 

1874. 802 Cottage on Cranleigh Com- 

mon, Surrey. 

1875. S24 A bit of Colour from the Ken- 

more Road, Killarney. 

39, Circus Road. 
1885. 1950 The dining-room, Gawthorpe 
Hall. 
i960 The drawing-room, Gawthorpe 
Hall. 



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315 



GREEN, R Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1781. 403 View of Stonehenge. 

29, Newman Street. 

1782. 458 View of the bathing place, 

Ramsgate. 
459 View of the pier and harbour, 
Ramsgate. 

1784. 514 Serina. 
517 Flavia. 

1785. 466 Edwin and Ethelinde; from 

Aickin's poems. 

GREEN, Mrs. R Painter. 

Montague House, Eltham. 
1845. 886 Portrait of a child. 

9, Bruns7inck Square. 
1850. 226 Amy, daughter of Robert 
Green, Esq. 

GREEN, Richard Grafton ... Painter. 

Saffron IValden. 
1890. 978 The reading lesson. 

IViddington, Newport, Essex. 
1897. 1251 San Remo. 

1899. 808 The beggar man. 

1900. 459 October Moonrise. 
7S4 Autumn roses. 

1901. 414 Tea roses. 

770 " Here are sweet-peas on tip- 
toe for a flight." 

1902. 795 Roses. 
1904. 724 Pink roses. 



GREEN, Valentine, A.R.A. 

Engraver. 

(Engraver in Metzotinto to his Majesty.) 
Salisbury Street, Strand. 
106 King Lear, act iv, scene x; a 
drawing in pen and ink. 

(Elected A.R.A.) 

A View of the antient gateway 
of the Abbey of Evesham, 
Worcestershire, in the gar- 
den of William Phillips, 
Esq. 

South-East view of the Abbot's 
Tower, with the churches, 
All Saints and St. Lawrence, 
Evesham, Worcestershire. 

Devout men taking up the 
body of St. Stephen; a met- 
zotinto from the altarpiece 
of St. Stephen's, Walbrook, 
painted by Benjamin West, 
Esq. 
150 The Golden Age ; a metzotinto 
from ditto. 



1774- 



1775- 



1776. 



1777- 



137 



117 



149 



1778. 131 Her Majesty and the Princess 

Royal; a mezzotint from H. 
West, R.A. 
132 St. George; a mezzotinto from 
Sir Joshua Reynolds. 

29, Newman Street. 

1779. 115 A youth rescued from a shark; 

a subject founded on a fact 
which happened in the har- 
bour of the Havannah ; a 
mezzotinto from John Sin- 
gleton Copley, R.A. Elect. 

1780. 477 Portrait of a lady; mezzotinto. 
484 Peter denying Christ; mezzo- 
tinto. 

1781. 532 The raising of Lazarus; a met- 

zotinto from the original 
picture painted by B. West, 
R.A. 
533 Portrait of the Rt. Hon. Vis- 
countess Townsend, from 
Sir Joshua Reynolds. {Not 
nearly so handsome as she is. 
— Walpole.) 

1782. 47; Portrait of a lady. After Sir J. 

Reynolds, R.A. 
487 Christ blessing little children. 
From the original picture in 
the possession of the Royal 
Academy by B. West, R.A. 

1783. 458 Cynthia. From Mrs. Cosway ; 

mezzotinto. Vide Spencer's 
" Fairy Queen." 
462 Portrait of her royal highness 
the duchess of Cumberland; 
mezzotinto. 

1784. 453 Lord Chatham's monument in 

Westminster Abbey; mezzo- 
tinto. 
1790. 636 Frame, containing the visita- 
tion, the descent from the 
Cross, and the presentation 
in the temple; mezzotintos 
from the altarpiece in the 
Cathedral church at Ant- 
werp, painted by P. P. Ru- 
bens. 

1798. 606 Portrait of the Lord Chief Jus- 

tice of the Court of Com- 
mon Pleas. ( Sir James Eyre.) 
A mezzotinto from Mr. Ab- 
bott. 
2, New Road, 

opposite Fitzroy Square. 

1799. 496 The British naval victors — por- 

traits of admirals: Richard, 
Earl Howe; John, Earl of 
St. Vincent; Adam, Lord 
Duncan of Camperdown, 
and Horatio, Baron Nelson 



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THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



Green, Valentine, A. J?. A. — continued. 

of the Nile; a mezzotinto 
from G. Dupont, of Cotes, 
R.A.; R. M. Paye, and 
L. F. Abbot, with appro- 
priate embeUishments. 

1800. 6i9 The Annunciation. From the 

altarpiece of the chapel, 
King Street, Portman 
Square; mezzotinto, after 
Mrs. Cosway. 
636 The Descent from the Cross. 
From the altarpiece of the 
chapel of Our Lady at 
Brompton, near Chatham; 
mezzotinto, from Mrs. Cos- 
way. 

1801. 60+ Portrait of Mr. L. F. Abbott 

(painted by himself); a mez- 
zotinto. 

609 Portrait of William Smith, Esq., 
M.P. ; mezzotinto. From J. 
Opie, R.A. 
51, Upper Tichfield Street. 
1803. 395 Christ healing the blind. 

615 A Mezzotinto from the altar- 
piece of the Foundling hos- 
pital, painted by B. West, 
P. R.A. 

1805. 573 Hagar and Ishmael; a mezzo- 

tinto, from B. West, Esq. 
"And God heard the voice 
of the lad." 
6i2 Portrait of J. Adolphus, Esq.; 
a mezzotinto, from T. Wal- 
ker. 

1806. 574 Portrait of a general officer; 

from Sir W. Beechey, R.A. 

GREEN, William Painter. 

74, Charlotte St., Portland Place. 
\1<^1. 500 Barrow Cascade. 

651 Silver cove at the head of 
Emerdale Water. 
1798. 447 Derwent Water, from Castle 

Rigg- 

Ambleside. 
1801. 649 View from Kirby Lonsdale 
churchyard, \Vestmorland. 

GREEN, W. A Architect. 

At Air. Mawlefs, 

26, Alfred Place. 
1841. 1038 Design for a county court, etc. 

GREEN, W. Curtis Architect. 

1, Jo/ill .Street, Bedford Roiv. 
1900. 1794 Bristol tramway's Brislington 
depot. 
1828 Bristol tramway's power station. 



GREEN, William John .. Architect. 

37, Great Ormond Street. 
i860. 625 Projet de la Prison a construire 
a Genes, with L. De Ville. 
626 Do. a Turin, with L. De 

Ville. 
6S4 Design for the Manchester 
Assize Courts, with L. De 
Ville. 
1 86 1. 709 New Houses of Parliament at 
Ottawa, Canada 

25, Portman Street. 
1864. 794 Design for New Exchange 
Buildings, Liverpool. 

9, Great George Street. 
1S70. 763 Design for the Teatro Mas- 
simo at Palermo, Sicily. 
25, Di/ke Street, Westminster. 

1872. 1208 Mansion at Greenlands, the 

residence of W. H. Smith, 
Esq., M.P. 

1873. 1 163 Design for Houses of Parlia- 

ment, Berlin. 
8, Delahay Street, IVestminster. 
1S80. 1151 House in New Bond Street. 
1 88 1. 1103 Residence at Blackheath. 

GREEN and ABBOTT . Architects. 

473, Oxford Street. 
I goo. 1692 Music room at i, Cadogan 
Place. 

GREEN and DE VILLE. 

Architects. 

36, Great Ormond .Street. 
1861. 715 The Hartley Listitution, South- 
ampton. 
{See also De Ville, vol. ii, page 315.) 

GREENAWAY, Miss Kate, R.I. 

Painter. 

I, College Place, Islington. 

1877. 779 Missing. 

1878. S60 Little girl with doll. 

1 1 , Pemberton Gardens, 

Hollow ay. 

1879. 706 Misses. 

1880. 70S Little girl with fan. 

50, Frognal, Hampstead. 
1890. 13S8 Portrait of a Httle boy. 

1432 Girl's head. 
1895. mo A baby boy. 

GREENAWAY (F. H.) and NEW- 
BERRY (J. E.) Architects. 

21, Queen ybines Gate. 
1903. 15SS Holiday Cottage, Ditchling, 
Sussex. 



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3^7 



GREENBANK, Arthur Painter. 

49, 6V. Luke's Rd., Baynvater. 
1890. 379 The Victor. 
S34 Priscilla. 

1892. 821 Elsie. 

1 28 1 A rehearsal. 

1893. 1 172 Pandora. 

1894. 594 Azaleas; head of a lady. 

95, Greencroft Gardens, 

West Hampstead. 
1899. 758 Yellow rose. 

GREENER, E Painter. 

Twickenham. 

1812. 715 Flowers, etc. 

18 1 3. 617 The Cottage Window. 

GREENER, J Painter. 

45, Goodge Street. 
i8ii. 769 Fruit, shells and flowers. 
18 1 2. 696 Flowers. 

6, Middleton Buildings. 

1814. 577 Dace and Minnow from nature. 

22, John Street, 

Tottenham Court Road. 

1826. 511 Fruit and flowers. 

1827. 747 Fruit. 

?>\, John Street. 
1833- 553 Fruit and flowers. 
1835. 511 Flowers. 

GREENER, Miss Mary Ann. 

Miniature Painter. 

17, Prior Street, Greenwich. 

1845. 899 Miss Johns. 

19, Cranmer Place. 

1846. 769 Mrs. Roberts of Ravensbourne 

Park. 
770 A midshipman, son of Captain 

Bullock, R.N. 
905 Miss M. Roberts. 

1847. 74° Master Wolfe, son of Captain 

Wolfe. 
88 3 Miss Wolfe, daughter of Cap- 
tain Wolfe, R.N. 
892 Portrait of a gentleman. 
899 Miss O. Farrell. 
II, South Crescent, 

Bedford Square. 

1848. 925 Portrait of a lady. 

1849. 759 Study from nature. 

1850. 771 Portraits of Mrs. Silverlock 

and H. Silverlock, Esq. 

GREENFIELD, Mrs. E. Latham (C). 

Painter. 

St. Ives, Cornwall. 
1897. 971 A Norwegian glacier. 



GREENHEAD, Miss. 

Miniature Painter. 
(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1 795- 337 Portrait of a beggar. 

1796. 459 do. child. 

1797. 909 do. gentleman. 

King's Road, Chelsea. 

1798. 456 Miss Clarkson. 
82s Miss Smith. 

1799. 443 Mr. Barrington Buggin. 
444 Miss Dorinda. 

706 Rev. Stabbing Shaw. 

Queen's Buildings, Brompton. 

1800. 817 Thomas Carter, Esq. 
910 Miss M'Rea. 

GREENHEAD, Henry T. 

Engraver. 

15, Gloucester Road, 

Regenfs Park. 

1896. 1567 Lady Hamilton as Ariadne. 

After G. Romney. 

1897. 1714 Mrs. Davies Cooke. After G. 

Romney. 
1721 Viscountess Castlereagh. After 
Sir T. Lawrence, P.R.A. 
1900. 1674 Adversity. After J. Sant, R.A. 
40, Gloucester Crescent, 

Regent's Park. 
1903. 1395 Miss Bloxham. After Sir T. 
Lawrence, P.R.A. 

GREENHILL, Miss M. E. Painter. 

20, Avenue Rd., Hatnmersmith. 
J878. 490 An old Pensioner. 

Abdale Studio, Tunis Road, 

Shepherd's Bush. 
1885. 542 Tantalization. 

GREENISH, Miss Florence E. 

Painter. 

5, Lyvedon Terrace, 

Northampton. 
1884. 1173 Evening. 

GREENLAND, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 
1787. i8i Portrait of herself, all incausta. 

GREENLEES, Miss Georgina Moss- 
man Painter. 

150, Randolph Terrace, 

Glasg07v. 
1878. 622 A corner of the forest, Inverary. 
136, Wellington St., Glasgow. 
18S0. 926 A bye path — Corrie, Arran. 



THE ROYAL ACADEMY EXHIBITORS 



GREENLEES, Robert M. ... Painter, i GREENWOOD, Miss Beatrice. 



150, Randolph Terrace, 

Glasgow. 
1873. 1004 The Governor of Barataria. 

1876. 123 Brackens. 
359 Silver firs. 

1877. 934 In the heart of the forest. 

GREENLEY, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

1795. ^7 A landscape. 

Miss Greerily. 

1796. 204 View of Breadwardine Bridge, 

Herefordshire. 

1797. 570 View from the rocks at Clifton, 

near Bristol. 

By Miss Greenby. 

GREENOUGH, J Painter. 

5, Thiberton Street, Islington. 
1838. 750 Landscape view near Islington. 
1133 Portrait of himself. 

GREENOUGH, Richard S. 

Sculptor. 

43, Avenue d'Eylau, Paris. 
1865. 909 Cupid and tortoise; marble. 

947 Hon. J. L. Motley, LL.D., 
minister from the United 
States of America. 
975 Bust of a lady; marble. 
1020 do. gentleman. 
18S5. 2134 Circe offering the cup to 
Ulysses; statue, marble. 

GREENSLADE, James Thomas. 

Painter. 

68, St. Mary's Road, 

Walthainstow. 
1S87. 7S5 Lace workers, Ghent. 

GREENSLADE, Sidney K. 

Architect. 
University Hall, 

Gordon Square. 

1893. 1515 A portion of a lower canopy. 

Bishop's throne, Exeter Ca- 
thedral. 
1632 Business premises, Exeter. 

1894. 1669 A town church. 
1672 A bank and offices. 

1676 Exeter Cathedral, the Bishop's 
Throne, etc. 
The Settlement, 

Tavistock Place. 

1898. 1722 Street front, Exeter. 
1723 A town church. 

1899. 1610 A street front. 



Painter. 

1 2, Balmoral Road, 

IVillesden Green. 

1898. 182 An August day. 

695 Evening on the Bure. 

1899. 803 Summer. 

1900. 783 " Be it ever so humble, etc." 

1 90 1. 644 Tewkesbury Bridge. 

(Now Mrs. E. Noble.) 

St. Anne's, Normandy, 

Guildford. 
1904. 82 Sweethearts. 

GREENWOOD, Colin H. ... Painter. 

87, Elizabeth Street. 

1872. 730 In the Conway Valley, North 

Wales. 
801 Near Geirionydd, North Wales. 
14, Chester Terrace. 

1873. 704 Near Eastbourne, Sussex. 
848 In the Isle of Wight. 

1874. 824 A wet day in the Conway Val- 

ley, North Wales. 

1875. ^*+ I" t'^s "<!^!^it of Llanrwst, North 

Wales. 
670 Near Beachy Head, Sussex. 
21, Dynevor Villas, Richmond. 
1S77. 459 Near Burling Gap, Sussex. 

GREENWOOD, F Painter. 

1840. 602 View on the Route de Paris, 
Foret de Fontainebleau. 

GREGG, J Painter. 

18, King's Head Court, 

Holborn. 

1796. 864 Iris from nature. 

1797. 1 169 Hollyhock. 

1798. 756 Hops from nature. 

1799. 47* The Erica Grandiflora. 
479 Tulips from nature. 

6, James's Buildings, 

Clerkenwell. 

1 80 1. 970 Hyacinths. 

1802. 309 Flowers. 

1804. 301 Persicaria. 

1805. 618 Lobilia cardinalis. 

1816. 461 The Cape Heath. 

1817. 681 The Iris. 

GREGG, Thomas Henry Painter. 

Cambridge. 
1834. 235 Grecian daughter. 

20, Grafton Street East. 
1836. 17 Master Thomas Henry Gregg 
and the late Master Edwin 
Gregg. 
209 Portrait. 



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1838. 


245 


1840. 


602 


IS42. 


990 


1844. 


559 




608 


1845. 


349 




425 




905 


1846. 


3" 


1847. 


461 


1851. 


765 


1855- 


1371 


1859. 


5S2 


IS72. 


58S 



9, upper Fitzroy Street. 
245 Portrait of a lady. 

8, Grafton Street. 
{In the iiide.x, hut by F. Green- 
wood in the catalogue.) 
Prayer. " Thy will be done." 
The children of J. Crockford, 
Esq. 
608 J. Weekes, Esq. 
Infant ablution. 
Portrait of a lady. 
Cottager's nosegay. "Such 
gifts kind heaven bestows 
on toil and industry." 
Portrait of a gentleman. 
"Two merry gipsies are we." 
Flowers. 
9, Alfred Terrace, 

Queen's Road, Bayswater. 
Portraits and flowers: a com- 
position. 
Portrait. 

22, Ironmonger's Lane. 
58S Keshub Chunder Sen, the great 
religious reformer of India. 

GREGORY, Charles, R.W.S. 

Painter. 

3, Dudley Place, Mania Hill. 

1877. 33 Pensive thoughts. 

1878. 541 The conversion of Ancient 

Britons. 
131 1 Folk lore. 

1879. 155 Doles. 
359 Portraits. 

1880. 599 Weal and woe. 

Bridge foot house, Ripley. 

1881. 394 Burdens. 

1882. 490 Thorns. 

1890. 18 Dinah Morris preaching in 

Stonyshire. 
1892. 668 Surrey meadland. 

Gotton Cottage, Milford, 

Surrey. 

1896. 24 Over the meads. 

1897. 465 England, home, and baby. 

GREGORY, Edward John, R.A., P.R.I. 

Painter. 

4, The Mill, Haverstock Hill. 
42 A portrait. 
17 H. R. Robertson, Esq. 

254 E. Geflowski, Esq. 
1350 D. McLaren, Esq., M.P. 

6, Abercorn Place, Maida Vale. 

276 The Rev. Thos. Stevens, 

Founder and Warden of 

Bradfield College. Presefita- 

iion portrait. 



1875- 
1876. 

,877. 



(Elected A.R.A.) 

1883. 112 Piccadilly: drawing room day. 
7S8 Alfred Seymour, Esq. 

1884. 17S Intruders. 

18S5. 1233 Overtures for peace. 

1887. 525 "When the cat 's away." 
839 "Marooned." 

1888. 322 Euterpe. 

Quarry Edge, Cookham Dene. 

1890. 1186 "Fanny Bunter." — New men 

and old acres. 
1 193 Prince Giglio. 

1 89 1. 694 Elvira, daughter of Mrs. J. W. 

Dodd. 

1892. 1016 S. R. Piatt, Esq., J. P., D.L. 

1893. 641 "Spoils of opportunity." 
1058 Hide and Seek. 

1894. 997 Run dry. 

1895. '+^ "And will he not come again?" 
728 Mrs. Henderson. 

8, Greville Place, Maida Vale. 

1897. 328 Boulter's Lock — Sunday after- 

noon. 
(Elected R.A.) 

1898. 1027 First act of a comedy. The Stu- 

dent's Visitor. 
II22 Dreams of Prince Charming. 

1899. 132 Portrait of a lady. 

225 Charles McLaren, Esq., Q.C., 
M.P. 

1900. 130 Ronald, son of H. W. Hen- 

derson, Esq. 
201 Apres. Diploma Work. 

1 90 1. 992 The miller's croft. 

1903. 197 Rediviva: great-grandmother's 
wedding dress. 



GREGORY, Miss Edith M... Painter. 

37, Commercial Road, Pimlico. 

1888. 1651 Cecilia. 

49, Chepstow Place. 

1889. 508 Portrait of a lady. 

5, St. Mary's Villas, 

JVitnbledon. 
1897. 1640 The skipper's daughter. 



GREGORY, Miss Elsie. 

Miniature Painter. 

22, Adamson Road, N. ]V. 

1658 An Empire of Dreams. 

1 196 Sister Helen. — D. G. Rossetti. 
704 Rapunzel. " Is there any who 
will dare, etc." 

1030 The masque of Cupid, etc. 

1220 Bryony. 

1231 Portrait of a child as "Bo- 
peep." 

1 1 80 Miss Edith Harben. 



igoo. 
1901. 
1902. 



1903. 



1904. 



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GREGORY, J. G Architect. 

Lambeth. 
1845. 1241 Design: Public Institution. 

13, Upper Kemiingion Green. 
1848. 1220 Design for a Pantechnic Mu- 
seum. 

GREGORY, Miss M. F Painter. 

IVeston Lodge, Grove End Rd. 
1870. 655 The blue jay of India. 

GREGSON, Miss Isabelle B. 

Miniature Painter. 

49, Roland Ga?-dens, 

South Kensington. 

1903. 1124 Portrait. 

1125 Iris, daughter of P. Morrison, 
Esq. 

1904. 1 155 Little Red Riding Hood. 
1 1 56 Mary. 

GREIFFEN H AGEN, Maurice 
William Painter. 

I o. Upper Bedford Place. 

1884. 543 "Sweet lips murmuring, etc." 

Bolton Studios, Redcliffe Rd. 

1885. 819 Emily, daughter of Joseph 

Buckingham, Esq. 

3, Primrose LLill Studios. 

1890. 112 "If we stay down here much 

longer, really people will be 
talking." 

1 89 1. 206 An Idyll. 

1893. 379 Portrait of a lady. 
945 Eve. 

1894. 448 Portrait of a lady. 

The Holt, 

12, Loudoun Road, N'. J J'. 

1895. 61 Mrs. W. Parkinson. 
90 The mermaid. 

264 Angela and Dorothy, daughters 
of H. Rider Haggard, Esq. 
467 Mrs. Robert Fowler. 

1896. 2 Miss Mamie Bowles. 

294 The Judgement of Paris. 

1897. 167 Miss Nannie Gibson. 
638 H. Rider Haggard, Esq. 

1045 Mrs. W. Parkinson. 

1898. 288 Miss Sybil Waller. 

1903. 441 C. F. M. Cleverley, Esq. 

GREIG, Mrs. Catherine H... Painter. 

Thul'oro' Llouse, Holsworthy, 
N'orih Devon. 

1904. 781 Magpies. 

GREIG, E. S Painter. 

3, Chandos Terrace, 

?tear Bristol. 
1866. 2S2 Good words. 



GREIG, George M Painter. 

10, South Charlotte Street. 
1865. 647 Queen Mary's Bedchamber, 
Holyrood Palace. 
681 Drawing room, 51, Albemarle 
Street, belonging to John 
Murray, Esq. 
690 State Secretary's room. Holy- 
rood Palace, as used by 
H.R.H. Prince Consort. 

GREIG, S. A Architect. 

J£.\eter. 
1839. 1 1 17 A Villa for Mr. James Veitch, 
near Exeter. 
1 1 67 Villa for W. B. King, Esq., at 
Teignmouth. 

12, Pam Street, Exeter. 

1841. 1028 Design: Assize Courts, Liver- 

pool. 

GRELLIER, William Architect. 

20, IVormivood Street. 
1828. 99 S Design for a National Gallery. 
999 do. do. do. 

loSo St. Stephen's church, Walbrook. 

1830. 1017 Design: British Senate house, 

etc. 

11 15 do. do. do. 

1 1 16 do. do. do. 

1 83 1. 971 Three designs for a National 

Gallery. 
1063 Design: British Senate House. 
1833- 736 Interior, Chipstead church. 

7, Size Lane. 
1834. 886 Design: Fishmongers' Com- 
pany. 
984 Design: General Cemetery 
chapel. 

58, Lombard Street. 
1835- 94' Sunday Schools, St. George's, 
Macclesfield. 
1034 Almshouses, Ball's Pond, for 
Tylers' Company, etc. 

20, Wormwood Street. 

1836. ioi;3 Comparison of three Temples: 

Propylea, Pa^stum, and 

Theseus. 

1839. 10S9 St. Ethelburga Charity Schools. 

1091 Tylers' almshouses. Ball's Pond. 

1 214 Gas Meter company, Islington. 

1842. 1017 Dyers' almshouses, etc. 
1848. 1221 Royal Insurance Company, 

Liverpool. 

GRENIER, F Painter. 

5, Ri4e de V Universiti; Paris. 
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GREPPI, A Painter. 

29, Howlaiid Street. 
i860. 539 Coming from market — near 
Nogent-sur-Vernisson. 

GRESSELL, T Architect. 

31, Little Britain. 
1822. 856 Royal Naval Hospital, North 
Yarmouth. 

GREVATT, W. M Painter. 

Royal Military Hospital, 

Woolwich. 

1789. 495 Convicts driving piles in Wool- 

wich Warren. 

GREVEDON, H Painter. 

(Membre agree de I'Acadi^mie Imperiale 
de St. Petersbourg.) 

53, Frith Street, So ho. 
18 14. 244 Study for a picture of the death 
of Hector. 
530 Love animating Psyche. 
608 Portrait of himself. 

GREVILLE, R. K., H.R.S.A. 

Painter. 

31, George Square, Edinburgh. 

1844. 41 Conway Castle, North Wales. 

1845. -53 Glen in the Ochel Hills, Fife- 

shire. 
1852. 180 Strath Africk. 

GREW, J Gem Engraver. 

20, Bartholomew Close. 
1788. 356 Gabriel, Venus, and Ariadne; 
from an intaglio. 
357 Alexander; from an intaglio. 
359 Four intaglios: Gabriel, Venus, 
Alexander, and Ariadne. 
17S9. 59; Aurora; from an intaglio. 

1790. 694 An impression from a gem. 

GREW, Thomas. 

Stained Glass Painter. 

4, Salisbury Mews, W. 

1 89 1. 1739 East Window, Beaumont. 

1892. 1799 Design for memorial brass. 
1895. 1447 Stained glass window. 

1 541 Decoration round confessionals. 

GREY, Alfred, R.H.A Painter. 

4, Lower Gardiner Street, 

Dublin. 
1873. 425 Cattle: Howth, Co. Dublin. 
1876. 103 The forest. 

I, Little Sherrard St., Dublin. 
1886. 675 On the hill. 
III. 



GREY, Mrs. Edith F Painter. 

1 9, Brandling Place, 

Newcastle. 

1891. 1405 Yellow chrysanthemums. 

1892. 1 1 17 Plums. 
1894. 118; Cherries. 

24, Collingivooil St., Newcastle. 

1896. 1038 Plums. 

1248 Gooseberries. 

1897. 920 Empty. 

23, Blackett Street, Navcastle. 

1900. 1338 A silver catch. 

1901. 731 Wallflowers. 
1046 " Caller herrin'." 

1399 Ella, daughter of Edward 
Jaques, Esq. 

1903. 1057 Nightfall — Cullercoats. 

1269 Lily, daughter of Mrs. J. B. 
Firth. 

1904. 1179 Stella, daughter of R. W. C. 

Newlands, Esq. 

GREY, J Painter. 

49, Aldersgate Street. 
1S58. 969 "Si prego, O madre pia, etc." 

GREY, James, R.H.A Painter. 

4, Lower Gardiner Street, 

Dublin. 
1873. 397 Pat Humphrey's pride. 
1875. 919 The first touch. 

GREY, Mrs. Jane Willis Painter. 

192, Sloane Street. 

1884. 1479 Maud, daughter of G. R. 

Krehl, Esq. 
1827 "Come on!" 

66, Great Russell Street. 

1885. 1409 Two little Conservatives. 

27, Soho Square. 
18S8. 1367 "Here they come!" 
131, The Grove, 

Ealing Common. 
1896. 872 The first lesson. 

GREY, Miss Painter. 

(An Honorary Exhibitor.) 

At Mr. Wallis's, Whitehall. 
1773- ?55 ^ landscape in water colours. 

GRIBBLE, Bernard F Painter. 

10, Sydney Street, 

South Kensington. 
1891. 718 The burning of the " Ment- 
more." 
12, Trafalgar Studios, 

Manresa Road. 

1898. 433 Assisting a disabled ship. 
516 At rest. 

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Gribble, Bernard F. — contmued. 

1899. 38 A grey day. 

354 The lifeboat and the crew. 
649 Nearing a foreign port. 

1900. 104S Mrs. Banfield. 

1051 The plague ship of the yellow 
death. 

1 90 1. 86 The pirates' prize. 
674 To the rescue. 
808 A signal for a tug. 

1902. 16 Mrs. E. Terry Dodd. 

30 Captures from the Monte- 
negrins. 
248 The pride of our isles. 

1903. 321 Mrs. Hannam Henderson. 
388 A fight for the booty. 

400 Defiance. 

666 Sir Thomas H. Brook Hitching, 
Sheriff of London, 1903. 

1904. 363 Mrs. Bernard F. Gribble. 
39S Off to the wars. 

GRIBBLE, C Architect. 

17, Moreton Terrace, Pimlico. 
1855. 1205 Design for a church, etc. 

GRIBBLE, Herbert Augustine Keate. 

Architect. 
10, Sydney Street, B romp ton. 
1874. 8S0 " Requiescant in pace;" an in- 
terior of the FitzAlan 
Sanctuary, Arundel. 

42, Cokshill Terrace, W. 

1879. 1099 The Oratory, Brompton. 

10, Alexander Square. 

1880. 1170 The Oratory, Brompton. 
1882. 1210 do. do. The 

Altar of St. Philip Neri. 

GRIBBLE, W Painter. 

7, Neii'inan Street. 
1830. 782 Miss J. M. Lambton. 



GRIEG, Mrs. M. A. 



Miniature Painter. 

156, Sloane Street. 
1852. 821 Portraits. 

GRIER, E. Wyly Painter. 

3, Cedar Studios, Glebe Place. 
1886. 333 An amateur. 

.Sy. Ives, Cornwall. 

1889. 287 Bereft. 

1890. 227 Portrait of a physician. 
405 A difficult passage. 

1892. 203 Miss Mallei Cawthra. 
1895. 514 Edward Blake, Esq., Q.C., 
M.P. Presentation Portrait. 



GRIER, Louis Painter. 

Ivy Toiver, St. Ives. 
1888. 68S A Golden Autumn Eventide. 

The Fodsle, St. Ives. 
1894. 230 Light lingers on the lowland. 

304 The shower. 
1896. 953 Silver night. 
959 East Anglia. 
1900. 649 Lights that guide and guard. 
1904. 471 The new Moon. 

GRIERSON, Charles Mac Iver, R.I. 

Painter. 

183, Belsize Road. 
1887. no; Sam. 

7, Alall Studios, Park Road. 
1893. 1198 A game of marbles. 
1896. 1 143 An old man's dream, etc. 
1274 An ancient dame. 

1898. 1090 Refections. 

1899. 1 106 A fish corner. 

Carfron, Sligo, Irelatid. 
1902. 912 Her ain fireside. 

John Street, Sligo. 
1904. 1006 Potatoe digging in the West. 

GRIESBACH, Charles Frederick 

William Painter. 

2, Russell Place. 
1848. 5 Hope deferred. 

GRIESBACH, Mrs. Charles. 

Painter. 
31, Westbourne Park Villas. 
1856. 445 Lisette. 
1863. 314 Heartsease. 

GRIESBACH, Miss Julia A. 

Miniature Painter. 

20, Holland Street, Kensington. 

1882. 1352 Portrait. 

1883. 1320 Portrait of a girl on ivory. 

GRIEVE, Alec Painter. 

12, Piccadilly. 
1891. 1616 Manis Castle, near Dundee. 

GRIEVE, Miss J. E Painter. 

8, Ampthill Square. 

1855. 713 Chrysanthemums. 

1856. S58 Flowers. 

860 Pelargoniums. 

1857. 859 Autumn flowers. 
919 Flowers. 

1858. 63S Azaleas. 

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GRIEVE, Miss M. A Painter. 

8, Ampthill Square. 

1856. 906 Josette. 

1857. 667 A reverie. 
1859. 99S The invalid. 

GRIEVE, R Painter. 

80, Charlotte Street. 

1838. 997 Kilmuir, Holy Loch, Argyll- 

shire. 
A. R. Grieve., 3, London Street. 

1839. 875 {In the index., but by A. Robert- 

son in the catalogue.^ 

GRIEVE, Thomas ... Scene Painte