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The Rape of the Lock

Copy of design possibly by William Hogarth (British, London 1697–1764 London)

Marie Antoinette, Queen of France

Jean-Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855) was a French painter and print maker specialized in portraits and miniatures. He enjoyed official favour from the time of Louis XVI to Napolean III. Isabey studied under Jacques... more

Louis Michel Lepelletier de St. Fargeau

Pierre Michel Alix (French, Paris 1762–1817 Paris)

Portrait of F. Thomas

Jean-Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855) was a French painter and print maker specialized in portraits and miniatures. He enjoyed official favour from the time of Louis XVI to Napolean III. Isabey studied under Jacques... more

Vignette for the first chant of Roland Furieux

C. Baquoy (French, 18th century)

Portrait of Franklin, after Vanloo

Pierre Michel Alix (French, Paris 1762–1817 Paris)

Portrait of Fénelon

Pierre Michel Alix (French, Paris 1762–1817 Paris)

Portrait of Franklin, after Vanloo

Pierre Michel Alix (French, Paris 1762–1817 Paris)

Jean-Jacques Rousseau

Pierre Michel Alix (French, Paris 1762–1817 Paris)

Anne de Chaumont-Guitry, Comtesse d'Amblimont

Pierre Michel Alix (French, Paris 1762–1817 Paris)

Anne de Chaumont-Guitry, Comtesse d'Amblimont

Pierre Michel Alix (French, Paris 1762–1817 Paris)

Major Money Adrift in the North Sea

William P. Sherlock (British, 1770—1821)

Mare and Foal

Victor Adam (French, 1801–1866)

Grands Sauteurs!, from La Caricature

Alexandre-Gabriel Decamps (French, Paris 1803–1860 Fontainebleau)

The Curious Performance

Charles-Louis Constans (French, active Paris, 1803–40)

Oriental Head

Charles Heath, the elder (British, London 1785–1848 London)

Sans profession, from the series Bohèmes, Masques et Visages

Paul Gavarni [Chevalier] (French, Paris 1804–1866 Paris)

Les Musards de la Rue du Coq (Dawdlers of the Rue du Coq)

Pierre Nolasque Bergeret (French, Bordeaux 1782–1863 Paris)

Portrait of the Empress Eugenie, after Winterhalter

Leon-Alphonse Noel (French, 1807–1879)

Portrait of a Young Man in Profile

Paul Anton Skerl (German, Dresden 1787–1852 Dresden)

Thomas Williams, the Town Crier of New Bedford with Wife and Daughter

Samuel Metford (British, Glastonbury 1810–1896 Weston-super-Mare)

Gothic Church Hidden by a Tree

Karl Friedrich Schinkel (German, Neuruppin 1781–1841 Berlin)

Stella in Prison

Friedrich Hohe (German, Bayreuth 1802–1870 Munich)

Landscape after Claude

Johan Baptist Stuntz (Swiss, Arlesheim 1753–1836 Munich)

Landscape

Johann Nepomuk Strixner (German, Altötting 1782–1855 Munich)

Musée pour rire no 3, dernier numéro du journal des modes

Marie Alexandre Alophe (French, 1812–1883)

Une maison de la rue de la Victoire

Marie Alexandre Alophe (French, 1812–1883)

Christ in Gethsemene

Ferdinand Piloty (German, Homburg 1786–1844 Munich)

Melancholy, young man with folded hands sitting on window sill

Marie Alexandre Alophe (French, 1812–1883)

Imperial Jump-rope (Le Sauteur impérial, grand faiseur de tour)

Friedrich August Mottu (German, Cologne ca. 1786–1828 Cologne)

Zéphir, caricature of the male ballerina Auguste Vestris

Caricature based on a French print called 'Le doyen des Zéphirs, ou Le roi des voltigeurs', thought to be a satiric portrait of the aging French male ballerina, Auguste Vestris. Anonymous, 19th century

Lancer

Horace Vernet (French, Paris 1789–1863 Paris)

Das Schloss Prediama in Crein XII Stund: von Triest

Karl Friedrich Schinkel (German, Neuruppin 1781–1841 Berlin)

Four Rows of Musicians and Dancers

Rudolph Ackermann (London)

Children Holding a Candle in a Church

This lithograph is part of J.B. Isabey's series 'Lithographies diverses'. Jean-Baptiste Isabey (French, Nancy 1767–1855 Paris)

Staircase of the Grand Tower, Harcourt Castle

A man, holding a cane and hat in one hand, helps a woman down a limestone stairway which is lit from the left by a ray of light that pours onto the figures through a small arrow-slit window. Both figures are dr... more

Boxers

Gericault began to practice lithography—a medium associated with French Romanticism—in 1817, quickly mastering the technique. This image represents the popular English sport of boxing: two muscular combatants, ... more

Portait of Villeau

Jean-Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855) was a French painter and print maker specialized in portraits and miniatures. He enjoyed official favour from the time of Louis XVI to Napolean III. Isabey studied under Jacques... more

Portrait of Benjamin Franklin

Auguste Toussaint Lecler (French, Paris 1788–after 1849)

An old woman spinning, spindle in her right hand, distaff in her left

Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes) (Spanish, Fuendetodos 1746–1828 Bordeaux)

Chantier de Bois a Bruler

Victor Adam (French, 1801–1866)

Print Dealer

Henry-Bonaventure Monnier (French, Paris 1799–1877 Paris)

Entry, or Lord Fat Cheeks (Entrée, ou Milord-Gorju)

Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet (French, Paris 1792–1845 Paris)

Portrait of Mademoiselle Ledieu

Jean-Baptiste Isabey (1767-1855) was a French painter and print maker specialized in portraits and miniatures. He enjoyed official favour from the time of Louis XVI to Napolean III. Isabey studied under Jacques... more

El vito (The Andalusian dance)

Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes) (Spanish, Fuendetodos 1746–1828 Bordeaux)

Trade card for Ladislas Lukassy Kunstfeuerwerker

Joseph Franz Kaiser (German, 1786–1863?)

Chat échaudé craint l'eau froide

Victor Adam (French, 1801–1866)

Modern Furniture. Original and Select

James Lovegrove Holt (British, active early 19th century)

François Delpech's Print Shop

Carle (Antoine Charles Horace) Vernet (French, Bordeaux 1758–1836 Paris)

Plans Raisonnés de Toutes les Espèces de Jardins

Designed by Gabriel Thouin (French, 1747–1829)

Lithograph from Baron Taylor's Voyages Pittoresques

Godefroy Engelmann (German (born France), Mulhouse 1788–1839 Mulhouse)

Camels in a Landscape

Victor Adam (French, 1801–1866)

Portrait of Jean-Baptiste Biot

Jules Boilly (French, Paris 1796–1874 Paris)

Portrait of a Young Man

Formerly attributed to Goya (Francisco de Goya y Lucientes) (Spanish, Fuendetodos 1746–1828 Bordeaux)

Portrait of Mme. Dugazon

Jules Boilly (French, Paris 1796–1874 Paris)

Exit, or Lord the Gob (Sortie, ou Milord-la Gob)

Nicolas-Toussaint Charlet (French, Paris 1792–1845 Paris)

Augustin-Eugène Scribe with Characters

Victor Adam (French, 1801–1866)

Monsters, Monkeys, and Men

Anonymous, French, Austrian or German, second decade19th century ?

Number 473 from La Elegancia Barcelona

Hélöise Leloir (French, 1820–1873)

Polemical Duel between Lady Quotidienne and Sir Journal de Paris

This print mocks the conservative press through a joust between two combating factions, the 'Quotidienne' and the 'Journal de Paris'. Eugène Delacroix (French, Charenton-Saint-Maurice 1798–1863 Paris)

Repas de Corps. Epoque Mémorable de 1821

Charles Joseph Hullmandel (British, London 1789–1850 London)

A Literary Fellow Meditating

Eugène Delacroix (French, Charenton-Saint-Maurice 1798–1863 Paris)

A Literary Fellow Meditating

Anonymous , 19th century

Portrait of Le Baron de Humboldt

Jules Boilly (French, Paris 1796–1874 Paris)

The Grand Opera

Eugène Delacroix (French, Charenton-Saint-Maurice 1798–1863 Paris)

Well, Hello (Eh bonjour– donc–.)

Charles Motte (French, 1785–1836)

Entrance to the Adelphi Wharf

Théodore Gericault (French, Rouen 1791–1824 Paris)

Italian Theater

Like many young painters at work in Paris in the 1820s and 1830s, Delacroix tried out the relatively new printmaking process of lithography by making caricatures for the popular press. Such prints were usually ... more

Watering Trough, Title Page of "Studies of Horses" (Etudes de Chevaux)

Théodore Gericault (French, Rouen 1791–1824 Paris)

The Flemish Farrier

Théodore Gericault (French, Rouen 1791–1824 Paris)

Two Horses Exercised by a Jockey

Théodore Gericault (French, Rouen 1791–1824 Paris)

The Crayfish at Longchamps

Eugène Delacroix (French, Charenton-Saint-Maurice 1798–1863 Paris)

Gateway to the Abbey of St Martin of Auchi in Aumale (France)

Louis Jean Marie Atthalin was a French officer in the Napoleonic Wars, a Knight of the Legion d'Honneur and Grand Cross, and printmaker. This print is part of a series of lithographs produced in the 1820s in co... more

The Marmot

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

The Comb Punch

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

Hired Hands

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

Portrait of Joseph-Louise Gay Lussac

Jules Boilly (French, Paris 1796–1874 Paris)

Horses Driven to a Fair

Théodore Gericault (French, Rouen 1791–1824 Paris)

The Card Players

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

The Beggar

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

Black Horse Tethered in a Stable

Théodore Gericault (French, Rouen 1791–1824 Paris)

The Smokers

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

Archway of The Colosseum, First Level

Plate two of thirty lithographs by J.B. Isabey which illustrated the book 'Voyage en Italie' which was printed by Villain in 1822. Jean-Baptiste Isabey (French, Nancy 1767–1855 Paris)

The Thoughtful Captain

Johann Gottfried Schadow (German, Berlin 1764–1850 Berlin)

The Dog Shearer

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

Watch Your Rear ! ! ! !

Eugène Delacroix (French, Charenton-Saint-Maurice 1798–1863 Paris)

Portrait of the Rabe Children: Hermann, age 14 and Edmond, age 7; verso: proof before corrections of small faults in the images

Schadow worked primarily as a Neoclassical sculptor; among his many works is the ornamentation on the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin. He was also an early practitioner of lithography, which he took up during the se... more

A Plan of a Triumphal Memorial....at Holyhead in honour of the visit of His Majesty George IV to the Principality of Wales on the 7th of August, 1821 by Thomas Harrison Esq. Architect

A ceremonial memorial gateway built at Holyhead, of Anglesey, Wales, in 1822-24, to commemorate a visit made by George IV in 1821. Drawn on stone by Augostino Aglio, the elder (Italian, Cremona 1777–1857 London)

The Hurdy-Gurdy Player

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

The Rag Picker

Louis Léopold Boilly (French, La Bassée 1761–1845 Paris)

The Board of Censors Moves Out

In this print Delacroix is making a satirical reference to the official government "abolition" of censorship in 1822 which is suggested by the devil leading a car which hauls the censors away from their abando... more