Thomas Egerton (fl. 1782-1838?)
RA Collection: People and Organisations
Bookseller, publisher, in London. Trading as Thomas and John Egerton 1784-95.
Born: fl. 1782-1838?
Jonathan Richardson the Elder
The Works Of Jonathan Richardson. Containing I. The Theory Of Painting. II. Essay On The Art Of Criticism, (So far as it relates to Painting). III. The Science Of A Connoisseur. A New Edition, corrected, with the Additions of An Essay on the Knowledge Of Prints, and Cautions to Collectors. Ornamented with Portraits by Worlidge, &c. of the most eminent Painters mentioned. Dedicated, by Permission, to Sir Joshua Reynolds. The Whole intended as a Supplement to the Anecdotes of Painters and Engravers. - Printed At Strawberry-Hill.: 1792.
Thoughts On Outline, Sculpture, And The System That Guided The Ancient Artists In Composing Their Figures And Groupes: Accompanied With Free Remarks On The Practice Of The Moderns, And Liberal Hints Cordially Intended For Their Advantage. To Which Are Annexed Twenty-Four Designs Of Clasical Subjects Invented On The Principles Recommended In The Essay By George Cumberland. - London.: 
Graphic Illustrations Of Hogarth, From Pictures, Drawings, And Scarce Prints In The Possession Of Samuel Ireland, Author Of This Work; Of A Picturesque Tour Through Holland, Brabant, &c. And Of The Picturesque Beauties Of The Rivers Thames And Medway. (Vol. II.) - London:: [1794 (-1799)]
Society of Antiquaries of London
An Index To The First Three Volumes Of Vetusta Monumenta. Printed By Order Of The President And Council Of The Society Of Antiquaries Of London, 25th Of May, 1810. - London:: 1810.