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Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of a gentleman

St. Nicholas and the Three Daughters of the Poor Gentleman

A Gentleman, a Young Woman, and a Dog

Lady and Gentleman in front of Two Curtains

Bust of a gentleman in contemporary dress

A Gentleman and a Lady, from Das Bossenbüchlein

A Gentleman Greets a Lady, from Das Bossenbüchlein

A Gentleman on Horseback, Riding to the Right and Looking Back to the Left at a Woman on Foot Next to Him

A Gentleman on Horseback Riding to the Left and Looking Right

A Gentleman on Horseback Riding to the Left and Looking Right

Figure of Seated Gentleman

Gentleman Seated in an Armchair

Gentleman seen from the back

Figure of Seated Gentleman

Portrait of a Gentleman

Study for a Three-Quarter-Length Portrait of a Gentleman (recto), Study of a Clothed Figure and a Foot (verso)

Le Gentilhomme au Manteau Posé sur la Hanche (Gentleman with his Mantle on his Hip), from Les Caprices Series A, The Florence Set

[Title page for The complete gentleman, by Henry Peacham, with elaborate border showing figures of "Nobilitas" and "Scientia"] / Fr. Delaram sculp. anno. 1522 [i.e., 1622]

A gentleman, turned three-quarters to the left, wearing a hat and boots with spurs, carrying a sword in his belt, a town square in the background

A gentleman walking forward, with his right arm outstretched and a whip in his left hand, wearing a plumed hat and decorated shoes

A gentleman seen from behind walking into a church

Gentleman in a Cape and Plumed Hat Seen from the Back

Gentleman Seen from the Back Pointing towards a Chateau

Gentleman in a Cape and Plumed Hat Seen from the Back

Gentleman Seen from the Back Indicating a Landscape

Gentleman with a Glove

Gentleman Holding a Sword

A gentleman with his head turned towards the right in profile, wearing a plumed hat and a cloak with the cross of the Order of the Holy Spirit, holding a whip in his right hand and his left arm in a sling, 'La Jardin de la Noblesse Françoise dans lequel ce peut ceuillir leur maniere de Vettements'

A Gentleman Mounts a Step

Gentleman Holding a Crop

A gentleman wearing a plumed hat and carrying a sword, seen from behind, his right arm outstrestched, a landscape in the background with houses and a tower

Gentleman with a Sword

A gentleman standing in front of a large castle and wearing a plumed hat and a lace collar, the tomb with an engraving of the head of a woman on the ground to right

Gentleman Seen from the Back Pointing towards a Chateau

Gentleman Seen from the Back Indicating a Landscape

A gentleman walking forward, his face in profile to the left, holding his glove in his right hand and wearing a hat, a fur jacket, and shoes with ribbons

A gentleman, seen from behind, walking towards the right with a cane and wearing a plumed hat

A gentleman, seen from behind, walking up a parapet, with a cloak over his left shoulder, wearing a plumed hat and boots with spurs

A gentleman wearing a short coat, a helmet, and boots with spurs, standing on the steps and turned towards the right

A gentleman, walking towards the left and drawing his sword from the sheath, wearing a plumed hat and boots with spurs

Gentleman Seen from the Back Indicating a Landscape

A gentleman, seen from behind, with his right arm outstretched and a cloak over his left shoulder

Gentleman with a Sword Before Some Buildings

Three Turks and an Italian gentleman standing to right, men work on small boats in center, a fortress to left in the background, from 'Set of eight nautical landscapes' (Suite de huit Marines)

Portrait of a Gentleman Aged 73

A gentleman of the Bedchamber; two gromes of the Bedchamber; lieutenant of the yeomen of the guard; ensign of the yeomen of the guard;yeoman of his Majesties guard of his body in number one hundred.

From a gentleman of Boston to a friend in the countrey. [Signed] N. N. [Boston: Printed by Samuel Green 1689].

Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of a seated gentleman

decoration from "Verses to the Lord Carteret, occasioned by the present conspiracy. By a Gentleman of Cambridge"

Decoration from "Verses to the Lord Carteret, occasioned by the present conspiracy. By a Gentleman of Cambridge"

Seated Gentleman Holding a Pipe (recto); Half-Length Study of the Same Man (verso)

Lady and gentleman playing a duet

A new and exact map of the island of St. Christopher in America, according to an actual and accurate survey made in the year 1753. Describing the several parishes, with their respective limits, contents, & churches; also the high ways, the situation of every gentleman's plantation, mills, and houses; with the rivers, and gutts. Likewise the bays, roads, rocks, shoals and soundings that surround the whole.

The Gentleman and Cabinet-maker's Director: Being a Large Collection of . . . Designs of Household Furniture in the Gothic, Chinese and Modern Taste . . .

The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker's Director. Being a Large Collection of the Most Elegant and Useful Designs of Household Furniture in the Gothic, Chinese and Modern Taste

A poem, on the joyful news of the Rev. Mr. Whitefield’s visit in Boston. Dedicated to all the true friends of such “an examplary Christian, fine gentleman and accomplished orator, who has discover’d in some late sermons such a deep insight into

Habit of an English gentleman in 1588. Gentilhomme Anglois.

Habit of a gentleman of Persia in 1568. Gentilhomme Persan.

Habit of a Spanish gentleman in 1626. Gentilhomme Espagnol.

Habit of a Flemish gentleman in 1620. Gentilhomme Flamand.

Habit of a gentleman of Burgundy in 1581. Gentilhomme de Bourgogne.

Habit of a Spanish gentleman. Espagnol.

Habit of an Italian gentleman in 1626. Gentilhomme d'Italie.

Habit of a gentleman of Wallachia. Gentilhomme Valaque.

Habit of a Persian gentleman in 1700. Persien.

Habit of a gentleman of Hungary in 1700. Gentilhomme Hongrois.

Habit of a Turkish gentleman in 1700. Gentillhomme Turc.

Habit of a gentleman of Spain. Espagnol.

Habit of and English gentleman about 1700. Gentil-homme Anglois de l'année 1700.

Habit of a French gentleman in 1626. Gentilhomme François.

Habit of and English gentleman in 1640. Gentilhomme Anglois.

Habit of a Spanish gentleman of Montevideo in South America in 1764. Gentilhomme Espagnol de Montevideo.

Habit of a gentleman in the highlands of Scotland in 1745. Gentilhomme des montagnes d'Ecosse.

Habit of a young gentleman of Brabant in 1588. Jeune gentilhomme Brabançon.

Full dress of a gentleman of Nuremberg in 1755. Habit de cérémonie d'un gentilhomme de Nuremberg.

Habit of a gentleman of the City of Milan. Gentilhomme de Milan.

Habit of a French gentleman in 1581. Gentilhomme Françoise.

The Gentleman and Cabinet-Maker's Director

Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of a Gentleman

Title Page: 24 Caricatures by Several Ladies, Gentleman, Artists, &c.

The melancholy case of Mrs. Ackerman. Copy of a letter from a Dutch farmer, in the County of Orange, to a gentleman of the law, in the City of New-York, [and] The answer. [Signed] Z. W. New York, January 29. [New York, 1772].

Remarks upon the resolves of the new committee. I consider it as a great misfortune, that before I entered upon this business, I had no opportunity of consulting the gentleman, who was the author of the truly elegant and learned criticisms on th

New-York. July 25, 1774. Extract of a letter from London, by way of Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City. "the unhappy disputes which at present subsist between Great Britain and America, fill our minds with melancholy reflections, as the m

New York, May 8, 1775. Extract of a letter from Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City, dated the 6th instant. Yesterday evening Dr. Franklin arrived here from Londin in six weeks, which he left the 20th of March, which has given great joy to

New York, May 8, 1775. Extract of a letter from Philadelphia, to a gentleman in this City, dated the 6th instant. Yesterday evening Dr. Franklin arrived here from Londin in six weeks, which he left the 20th of March, which has given great joy to

Portrait of a Gentleman

Fresh news from Boston. Copy a letter from a person of distinction at Cambridge, to a gentleman in this City, dated Cambridge, March 21, 1776. Sir, I shall now my dear Sir, acquaint you with some further particulars than which I have been transm

Boston, April 9, 1773. Circular letter to the committees of other towns, communicating an extract of a letter "from a Gentleman of distinction in Virginia," dated Mar. 14, 1773, with the resolutions of the House of Burgesses. "We congratulate you upon th

Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of a Gentleman

Study for a Portrait: A Lady and a Gentleman in a Park

Philadelphia, May 25, 1782. A gentleman from the Eastward, who arrived in town this morning, has favoured us with a Boston newspaper, dated the 16th instant, from which we have extracted the following. Boston, May 16 The following account of a s

Portrait of a Gentleman

Portrait of a Gentleman