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Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema RA
'And seeing a water-bird fly upward, [Zal] took his bow and shot it through the heart ...'
Etching with drypoint
Henry Hugh Armstead RA
Design for the 1856 Goodwood Cup, 1856
Pen and ink and brown wash over pencil on cream wove paper
A standing male figure, possibly Watt, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Pen and ink with pencil on cream wove paper
Study of a man standing next to a machine with a wheel, for the Albert Hall frieze, by 1871
Pen and ink over pencil on cream wove paper
Study of a kneeling man for a memorial to the Reverend Hatchard
Pen and black ink over pencil on cream wove paper
Design for the base of a bust of Edward III, ca. 1884 ?
Pencil on cream laid paper
Two studies of a seated male figure for an illustration to Tennyson's Dora
Two studies of figures for an illustration to Tennyson's Dora
Drapery and figure study for an illustration to Tennyson's Dora
Marie-Josèphe de Saxe, Dauphine de France, 1747?
Etching and engraving
Francis D. Bedford
Taking very careful aim indeed, fired
The Repulse of Attila
After Randolph Caldecott
The Curmudgeons' Christmas [I]
The great Gate at Burlington House in Pickadilly (1718)
P.C. Canot ARA
A Moderate Gale, 1 February 1766
Etching with engraving
After A.E. Chalon RA
Infancy, 7 August 1814
Sir George Clausen RA
Study for the male figure hacking a turnip in 'December'/'Winter Work', ca. 1882-3
Pencil on wove paper
Half-length study of a bearded man
Charles West Cope RA
The Council of the Royal Academy selecting Pictures for the Exhibition, 1875, 1876
Oil on canvas
George Dance RA
One dancing and one seated figure
Pencil on cream wove paper
Showing how Van considered the nature of the Antipodes
Pen and ink and wash on cream laid paper
Sam Groneman Dunghill Contractor
Madam I'm quite surprised!
Figure with outstretched arms
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