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  • A party of surveyors in the highlands

    Etching, View

    A Party of Surveyors in the Highlands, by Paul Sandby (1750). 62.i.17. folio 56 (d)

  • A view of Bethlem

    Etching, View

    The foreground of this etching by Paul Sandby in the King's Topographical Collection shows an idyllic landscape populate...

  • A view of the falls on the Passaick

    Etching, View

    The Great Falls of the Passaic River in New Jersey were sketched by Thomas Pownall in 1754. Sandby made paintings after ...

  • Carew Castle NW

    Aquatint, Etching, View

    Carew Castle NW is plate 8 from the third set of XII Views in Wales published in 1777.  This set combined views from bot...

  • Carew Castle, Pembrokeshire

    Etching, Engraving, Aquatint, View

    Replication was part of topographical art and publishing: an example of an image by Paul Sandby being reused in differen...

  • Chepstow Castle in Monmouthshire

    Aquatint, Etching, View

    This is a plate from Paul Sandby’s first set of XII Views in Aquatinta from Drawings Taken on the Spot in South-Wales, h...

  • Oxford

    Watercolour, View

    This watercolour was used as an extra-illustration to Walter Thornbury’s Life of Turner, where Paul Sandby is described ...

  • Part of the town and castle of Ludlow in Shropshir...

    Aquatint, View

    Sandby published aquatint views of Ludlow, Bridgnorth, Shrewsbury and Worcester in 1778 and 1779; this impression showin...

  • Plan of the Castle of Dunbarton

    Pen and ink, Wash, Pencil drawing

    Plan of the Castle of Dumbarton by Paul Sandby (1731-1809). National Library of Scotland, MS 1649 Z.03/57.

  • Pont-Aber-Glasllin

    Aquatint, Etching, View

    Sandby visited Pont Aberglaslyn in Caernarvonshire during a tour of North Wales in 1771, with Sir Watkin Williams-Wynn,...

  • The Entrance of Warwick Castle from the Lower Cour...

    Etching, Aquatint, View

    This aquatint from the King's Topographical Collection was published in a set entitled Four Views of Warwick Castle, iss...

  • The Royal Foundry, Woolwich

    Watercolour, View

    This unfinished drawing of the Royal Foundry at Woolwich is attributed to Paul Sandby, who was a drawing master at its n...

  • View near Loch Rannoch

    Watercolour, Pen and Ink, View

    This drawing by Paul Sandby in the King’s Topographical Collection shows a surveying party at work near Kinloch Rannoch ...

  • View of Ben-Lomond, near Dunbarton

    Etching, Engraving

    View of Ben-Lomond, near Dunbarton, by William Angus (1752-1821) and William Walker (1729-1793) after Paul Sandby (1731-...

  • View of Llangollin, in the County of Denbigh

    Aquatint, Etching, View

    This plate from the King's Topographical Collection was published in Paul Sandby’s second set of Welsh views, XII Views ...