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After Sir Edward Burne-Jones Bt. ARA
The Summer Snow, May 1863
Balthasar Anton Dunker
Landscape with Juno confiding Io to the care of Argus, 1771
Etching and engraving
Landscape with Mercury and Argus, 1771
John Gibson RA
Teucer shooting arrows, shielded by Ajax
Pen and ink on wove paper
Night protecting Sleep from the wrath of Zeus
Two figures, probably Achilles and Thetis
Pen and ink over pencil on cream wove paper (possibly tracing paper)
Sir John Gilbert RA
Uncle Toby and Captain Trim, 1879
Pen and ink over pencil on wove paper
Head and shoulders of a young woman, for 'Don Quixote's Niece and Housekeeper', October 1883
Pen and ink with wash on wove paper
Preparatory drawing for 'Crabbed Age and Youth...', 11th June 1879
Pen and ink over pencil on blue wove pencil
Study for 'Don Quixote and the Ladies of the Duchess', 19th August 1874
Pen and ink over pencil on blue wove paper
Preparatory drawings for a painting of Don Quixote, 16th July 1874
Pen and ink with watercolour washes on blue laid paper
Preparatory drawings of Sancho Panza and Don Quixote, 16th July 1874
Pen and ink on blue wove paper
Solomon Alexander Hart RA
An Early Reading of Shakespeare, 1838
Oil on canvas
After William Holman Hunt
Go and Come--The Sun is High in Heaven, the Harvest but Begun. / Wood engraving by Dalziel after a design by William Holman Hunt. Published in Good Words 1862.
Eliezar and Rebekah at the Well. / Wood engraving after W. Holman Hunt, as published in Dalziel's Bible. 1863.
Richard Lane ARA
Life mask portrait of Sir Thomas Lawrence aged 34, April 1830
After Lord Leighton PRA
Tessa at Home
After Sir John Everett Millais Bt. PRA
St.Agnes Eve. / Wood engraving by Dalziel after a design by J.E.Millais. Published in Poems by Alfred Tennyson / Moxon edition 1857.
Sir John Everett Millais Bt. PRA
Don Quixote departs in search of adventures, 1725?
Sancho Panza departing for Barataria, 1725
Lady Dolorida pretending to be afflicted with a beard, 1725?
Basile defended by Don Quixote, 1725
Don Quixote dubbed a Knight Errant, 1725
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