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Working from both original and copied manuscript sources – a number of which are now housed in the British Library – Joh...
Lithograph, View, Image
This lithograph was published as part of Recollections of Italy, a series of fifteen ‘select views drawn from nature by ...
The Map title explains the competition: ‘the map shows the present demarcation of the countries’, and each player should...
View, Lithograph, Colour
This coloured lithograph is plate XXV of Sir Charles D'Oyly's Views of Calcutta and its Environs. Chowringhee Road forme...
This drawing shows crowds gathered around a train as it departs to take soldiers to war. It is by Henry de Groux (1886-...
This is the earliest design for the Zoological Gardens produced by Burton, on a scale of roughly 1 inch to 150 feet. It...
This drawing depicts Death showing Emperor William II a mass grave, while the emperor hides his face in his hands. There...
This picture shows Death, depicted as a commander, on the turret of the German submarine that torpedoed the Lusitania. D...
Throughout the early decades of the 19th century, the ruins of Kenilworth Castle, Warwickshire, were celebrated for thei...
J M Gonsalves' Lithographic Views of Bombay (Mumbai)
One of the most beloved buildings in the gardens, the Llama House, was built in 1828. The llama paddock (not visible her...
This picture shows a crowd gathered on National Day on 21 July 1916, shouting ‘Long live Belgium!’ It’s the work of Gis...
This drawing shows the people of Leuven, Belgium, fleeing the city. Flames are visible in the background. On 25 August 1...
When Russia was doing well at the beginning of the First World War there was a trend towards producing politically commi...
The geographical publishing business George Philip & Son was founded in Liverpool in 1834, originally as a booksellers. ...