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Etching, Engraving, Aquatint, View
Replication was part of topographical art and publishing: an example of an image by Paul Sandby being reused in differen...
Magazine, Octavo, Illustration, Engraving, Image
In the opening scene of The School for Scandal, Sheridan shows us a world of libellous gossip, deception and social hyp...
Manuscript, Letter, Book, Octavo, Engraving, Illustration, Image
These are the only surviving manuscript letters of Ignatius Sancho, the most famous Anglo-African in 18th-century Britai...
Etching, Engraving, Hand colouring
This etching in the King’s Topographical Collection was published by Volpato as part of a series of views of Annibale Ca...
Etching, Engraving, Letterpress, View
These views from the King’s Topographical Collection were published by George Kearsley in The Copper Plate Magazine. It ...