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News of the Stag from the series known as the Hunters' Chase

This tapestry is one from a nine-piece series known as the Hunters’ Chase. Curiously-enough, given its secular subject-matter, the original edition was commissioned by the Dutch Church in London, in 1645. Franc... more

Reading the News at the Weavers' Cottage

This scene of a man reading the news surrounded by family and friends within the sunlit confines of a weavers' cottage epitomizes the rustic scenes of peasant life for which Ostade is so well known. Linen weav... more

The courtiers assembled, on hearing the news of the death of the Rt. Honble. Wm. Beckford

Print shows a group of ministers seated around a table commenting on the news of William Beckford's death. Depicted are Jeremiah Dyson, John Montagu Sandwich, William Murray Mansfield, Sir Fletcher Norton, Augu... more

The coffee-house patriots, or news, from St. Eustatia / H. Bunbury Esqr. delint. ; W. Dickinson excudt.

Print shows interior view of a coffeehouse, presumably in London, where several man of commerce appear disgruntled at the news of the successful campaign to capture Saint Eustatius, a port used by British merch... more

The Fall of Dagon_Or Rare News For Leadenhall Street

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

Allgemeines historisches Taschenbuch, oder Abriss der merkwürdigsten neuen Welt-Begebenheiten: enthaltend für 1784 die Geschichte der Revolution von Nord-America [General historical pocketbook, summarizing noteworthy world news of 1784, with a History of the Revolution in North America]

This extra-illustrated volume contains 182 pages of text preceded by a frontispiece, the latter from a different 1784 publication. Within the text are 24 printed historical images (two copies each of 12 America... more

Taking physick, or, The news of shooting the King of Sweden

British caricature showing the King and Queen sitting in latrine, above which is part of the royal arms, the lion looking down and excreting. They look in horror at Pitt, who tells them of the shooting of Gusta... more

Bad News Upon Change

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

What's The News

Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London)

News from Worthing. In a letter from a beast of burden to her brother Jack / [I. Cruikshank ?].

"A young woman sits a donkey which is in the sea, refusing to move; she flourishes her parasol ..." (Source: George)

Peace and Plenty or Good News for John Bull!!!

George Cruikshank (British, London 1792–1878 London)

ootag=Theatre Royal, Library, New Library, News Rooms from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Yates?]"

This image has been taken from scan 000216 from "An Historical and Descriptive Sketch of Birmingham, with some account of its environs, and forty-four views of the principal public buildings, etc. [By George Ya... more

The Captive, from the "Illustrated London News"

H. Harrison (British, active 1848)

Sebastian Gomez Discovered by His Master Murillo, At Work (from the “Illustrated London News”)

Walter George Mason (British, Holloway, Middlesex 1820–1866 Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)

Benjamin West's First Effort in Art, from the "Illustrated London News"

After Edward Matthew Ward (British, London 1816–1879 Windsor)

Noah's Sacrifice, from the "Illustrated London News"

Charles Cheltnam (British, active 1849–57)

California News

Harrison drew on his background as a playwright, poet, and actor for his role in this daguerreotype, posing with his employer, Martin Lawrence, and his son. The group gathers eagerly to listen to the latest new... more

An Awkward Position, from the "Illustrated London News"

Harvey Orrin Smith (British, active 1847–70)

The Grace, from the "Illustrated London News"

After Frederick Goodall (British, London 1822–1904 London)

Scandal, from the "Illustrated London News"

Thomas Heaviside (British, Stockton-on-Tees 1813–1896 Paignton, Devon)

Old Schoolfellows, from the "Illustrated London News"

Harvey Orrin Smith (British, active 1847–70)

The Village School, from the "Illustrated London News"

After Alfred Rankley (British, 1819–1872 London)

The Ivory Carver, from the "Illustrated London News"

William James Linton (British, London 1812–1897 New Haven, Connecticut)

Christmas Time, from the "Illustrated London News"

Harvey Orrin Smith (British, active 1847–70)

The Dame's Absence, from the "Illustrated London News"

Harvey Orrin Smith (British, active 1847–70)

Eastward Ho! August 1857, from the "Illustrated London News"

William Luson Thomas (British, London 1830–1900 Chertsey, Surrey)

The Friend in Need (from the "Illustrated London News")

After Rebecca Solomon (British, London 1832–1886 London)

The New Boy, from the "Illustrated London News"

After George Smith (British, London 1829–1901 London)

A Labour of Love, from the "Illustrated London News"

After Thomas Francis Dicksee (British, Condom-en-Armagnac, France 1819–1895)

The Duenna's Return, from the "Illustrated London News"

William Luson Thomas (British, London 1830–1900 Chertsey, Surrey)

"The School of Legislation" in Lincoln's-Inn Hall, from the "Illustrated London News"

After George Frederic Watts (British, London 1817–1904 London)

Claudio (from the "Illustrated London News")

William Luson Thomas (British, London 1830–1900 Chertsey, Surrey)

Soldiers Playing at Cards, from the "Illustrated London News"

William Luson Thomas (British, London 1830–1900 Chertsey, Surrey)

Nameless and Friendless, from the "Illustrated London News"

Edward Skill (British, London 1831–1878 Stockholm)

Grandfather's Portrait, from the "Illustrated London News"

William Luson Thomas (British, London 1830–1900 Chertsey, Surrey)

The Child's Prayer, from the "Illustrated London News"

William Luson Thomas (British, London 1830–1900 Chertsey, Surrey)

L'Innominato, from the "Illustrated London News"

William Luson Thomas (British, London 1830–1900 Chertsey, Surrey)

Tired Nature's Sweet Restorer, Balmy Sleep, from the "Illustrated London News"

William Luson Thomas (British, London 1830–1900 Chertsey, Surrey)

A Sick Call, from the "Illustrated London News"

Horace Harral (British, 1817–1905)