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James Northcote RA, The Earl of Argyle in Prison.

The Earl of Argyle in Prison., 1 December 1811

After James Northcote RA (1746 - 1831)

RA Collection: Art

Title
The Earl of Argyle in Prison.
Artist/designer
After James Northcote RA (1746 - 1831)
Engraved by
Edward Scriven (1775 - 1841)
Printed by
Published by
Longman and Company (London) and Josiah Taylor (1761 - 1834) and William Bond (fl. ca. 1810 - 1834)
From
John Britton (ed.), The fine arts of the English School, London 1812
Date
1 December 1811
Object type
Plate
Place of Publication
London
Medium
Line engraving
Dimensions

255 mm x 180 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
16/1275
This image is from a book

The fine arts of the English school; illustrated by a series of engravings, from paintings, sculpture, and architecture, of eminent English artists: with ample biographical, critical, and descriptive essays, by various authors; edited and partly written by John Britton, F.S.A. - London: 1812

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