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Linnell, John (1729-1796) and Linnell, William (c. 1703-1763) The Badminton Bed. 1754
Code: VA05756
Artist: Linnell, John (1729-1796) and Linnell, William (c. 1703-1763)
Title: The Badminton Bed. 1754
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum - London
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence/V&A Images/Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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Linnell, John (1729-1796) and Linnell, William (c. 1703-1763) The Badminton Bed. 1754
Code: VA05756
Artist: Linnell, John (1729-1796) and Linnell, William (c. 1703-1763)
Title: The Badminton Bed. 1754
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum
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Location: Victoria & Albert Museum

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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Design for an overmantel, from 'A Miscellaneous Collection of Original Designs, made, and for the most part executed, during an extensive Practice of many years in the first line of his Profession, by John Linnell, Upholsterer Carver & Cabinet Maker. Selected from his Portfolios at his Decease, by C. H. Tatham Architect. AD 1800'. Great Britain, UK, ca.1755
Code: VA07698
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Design for an overmantel, from 'A Miscellaneous Collection of Original Designs, made, and for the most part executed, during an extensive Practice of many years in the first line of his Profession, by John Linnell, Upholsterer Carver & Cabinet Maker. Selected from his Portfolios at his Decease, by C. H. Tatham Architect. AD 1800'. Great Britain, UK, ca.1755
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum - London
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence/V&A Images/Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Design for an overmantel, from 'A Miscellaneous Collection of Original Designs, made, and for the most part executed, during an extensive Practice of many years in the first line of his Profession, by John Linnell, Upholsterer Carver & Cabinet Maker. Selected from his Portfolios at his Decease, by C. H. Tatham Architect. AD 1800'. Great Britain, UK, ca.1755
Code: VA07698
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Design for an overmantel, from 'A Miscellaneous Collection of Original Designs, made, and for the most part executed, during an extensive Practice of many years in the first line of his Profession, by John Linnell, Upholsterer Carver & Cabinet Maker. Selected from his Portfolios at his Decease, by C. H. Tatham Architect. AD 1800'. Great Britain, UK, ca.1755
Genre: Drawing
Period/Style: Rococo
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum
Genre: Drawing
Period/Style: Rococo
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum

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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Joseph Mallord William Turner. 1838
Code: N092492
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Joseph Mallord William Turner. 1838
Location: National Portrait Gallery - London
Credits: National Portrait Gallery, London/ Scala, Florence
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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Joseph Mallord William Turner. 1838
Code: N092492
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Joseph Mallord William Turner. 1838
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: National Portrait Gallery
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: National Portrait Gallery

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Linnell, John (1792-1882) St.George's Altarpiece, detail of St George killing the dragon, Valencia, Spain, c.1420
Code: VA05373
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: St.George's Altarpiece, detail of St George killing the dragon, Valencia, Spain, c.1420
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum - London
Credits: Photo Scala, Florence/V&A Images/Victoria and Albert Museum, London
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Linnell, John (1792-1882) St.George's Altarpiece, detail of St George killing the dragon, Valencia, Spain, c.1420
Code: VA05373
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: St.George's Altarpiece, detail of St George killing the dragon, Valencia, Spain, c.1420
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Renaissance
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Renaissance
Location: Victoria & Albert Museum

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******** Illustrations of The Book of Job, print, book, London. Illustrations of The Book of Job. print made by William Blake. 1826. 18470318,95. Plate 2, numbered
Code: BM12956
Artist: ********
Title: Illustrations of The Book of Job, print, book, London. Illustrations of The Book of Job. print made by William Blake. 1826. 18470318,95. Plate 2, numbered "1" on the plate; a central oak tree with a large family praying underneath, including Job and his wife, who are seated with books open on their laps; sheep all around; in the background, the sun is setting over a landscape with a large gothic church; a village to the right; borders engraved with pictures and text, the line under the design, "Thus did Job continually". 1826 Engraving.
Location: British Museum - London
Credits: The Trustees of the British Museum c/o Scala, Florence
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******** Illustrations of The Book of Job, print, book, London. Illustrations of The Book of Job. print made by William Blake. 1826. 18470318,95. Plate 2, numbered
Code: BM12956
Artist: ********
Title: Illustrations of The Book of Job, print, book, London. Illustrations of The Book of Job. print made by William Blake. 1826. 18470318,95. Plate 2, numbered "1" on the plate; a central oak tree with a large family praying underneath, including Job and his wife, who are seated with books open on their laps; sheep all around; in the background, the sun is setting over a landscape with a large gothic church; a village to the right; borders engraved with pictures and text, the line under the design, "Thus did Job continually". 1826 Engraving.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum

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******** Illustrations of The Book of Job, print, book, London. Illustrations of The Book of Job. print made by William Blake. 1826. 1944,1014.208.4. Plate 4, numbered
Code: BM12955
Artist: ********
Title: Illustrations of The Book of Job, print, book, London. Illustrations of The Book of Job. print made by William Blake. 1826. 1944,1014.208.4. Plate 4, numbered "3" on the plate; winged figure of Satan at the top of the design, casting flames and smoke to the earth; in the centre, the falling columns of a collapsing building; several figures struggle in the chaos, including a central nude man with an infant on his shoulder; two corpses; borders engraved with pictures and text, the line under the design beginning "Thy Sons & thy Daughters.". 1826 Engraving.
Location: British Museum - London
Credits: The Trustees of the British Museum c/o Scala, Florence
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******** Illustrations of The Book of Job, print, book, London. Illustrations of The Book of Job. print made by William Blake. 1826. 1944,1014.208.4. Plate 4, numbered
Code: BM12955
Artist: ********
Title: Illustrations of The Book of Job, print, book, London. Illustrations of The Book of Job. print made by William Blake. 1826. 1944,1014.208.4. Plate 4, numbered "3" on the plate; winged figure of Satan at the top of the design, casting flames and smoke to the earth; in the centre, the falling columns of a collapsing building; several figures struggle in the chaos, including a central nude man with an infant on his shoulder; two corpses; borders engraved with pictures and text, the line under the design beginning "Thy Sons & thy Daughters.". 1826 Engraving.
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum
Genre: Not available
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Location: British Museum

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******** Caractacus led in triumph through Rome., The Prize Cartoons, print, London. Caractacus led in triumph through Rome., The Prize Cartoons. After George Frederick Watts. 1846-1847. 18541211,134. Caractacus at centre leading a group of captives, at right a group of spectators including a man who leans across a woman sitting on the ground with her child, others behind climb on the pedestal of a statue, at left Roman soldiers blowing trumpets and an old woman with a child; after the cartoon by Watts submitted to the Westminster Hall exhibition of 1843. 1847 Lithograph with ochre tint-stone on chine coll
Code: BM11066
Artist: ********
Title: Caractacus led in triumph through Rome., The Prize Cartoons, print, London. Caractacus led in triumph through Rome., The Prize Cartoons. After George Frederick Watts. 1846-1847. 18541211,134. Caractacus at centre leading a group of captives, at right a group of spectators including a man who leans across a woman sitting on the ground with her child, others behind climb on the pedestal of a statue, at left Roman soldiers blowing trumpets and an old woman with a child; after the cartoon by Watts submitted to the Westminster Hall exhibition of 1843. 1847 Lithograph with ochre tint-stone on chine coll
Location: British Museum - London
Credits: The Trustees of the British Museum c/o Scala, Florence
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******** Caractacus led in triumph through Rome., The Prize Cartoons, print, London. Caractacus led in triumph through Rome., The Prize Cartoons. After George Frederick Watts. 1846-1847. 18541211,134. Caractacus at centre leading a group of captives, at right a group of spectators including a man who leans across a woman sitting on the ground with her child, others behind climb on the pedestal of a statue, at left Roman soldiers blowing trumpets and an old woman with a child; after the cartoon by Watts submitted to the Westminster Hall exhibition of 1843. 1847 Lithograph with ochre tint-stone on chine coll
Code: BM11066
Artist: ********
Title: Caractacus led in triumph through Rome., The Prize Cartoons, print, London. Caractacus led in triumph through Rome., The Prize Cartoons. After George Frederick Watts. 1846-1847. 18541211,134. Caractacus at centre leading a group of captives, at right a group of spectators including a man who leans across a woman sitting on the ground with her child, others behind climb on the pedestal of a statue, at left Roman soldiers blowing trumpets and an old woman with a child; after the cartoon by Watts submitted to the Westminster Hall exhibition of 1843. 1847 Lithograph with ochre tint-stone on chine coll
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum
Genre: Not available
Period/Style: Not available
Location: British Museum

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Linnell, John (1792-1882), attr. The Man who Built the Pyramids (after William Blake). c.1825
Code: TG04074
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882), attr.
Title: The Man who Built the Pyramids (after William Blake). c.1825
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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Linnell, John (1792-1882), attr. The Man who Built the Pyramids (after William Blake). c.1825
Code: TG04074
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882), attr.
Title: The Man who Built the Pyramids (after William Blake). c.1825
Genre: Drawing
Period/Style: Romantic
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Drawing
Period/Style: Romantic
Location: Tate Gallery

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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Mrs Phillips, Wife of the China Man, Oxford Street. 1814
Code: TG04073
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Mrs Phillips, Wife of the China Man, Oxford Street. 1814
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Mrs Phillips, Wife of the China Man, Oxford Street. 1814
Code: TG04073
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Mrs Phillips, Wife of the China Man, Oxford Street. 1814
Genre: Drawing
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Drawing
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Tate Gallery

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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Study of a Tree ('Study from Nature'). 1806
Code: TG04072
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Study of a Tree ('Study from Nature'). 1806
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Study of a Tree ('Study from Nature'). 1806
Code: TG04072
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Study of a Tree ('Study from Nature'). 1806
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Tate Gallery

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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Study of Buildings ('Study from Nature'). 1806
Code: TG04071
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Study of Buildings ('Study from Nature'). 1806
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Study of Buildings ('Study from Nature'). 1806
Code: TG04071
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Study of Buildings ('Study from Nature'). 1806
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Tate Gallery

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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Study from Nature: At Twickenham. 1806
Code: TG04070
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Study from Nature: At Twickenham. 1806
Location: Tate Gallery - London
Credits: Tate, London./ Photo Scala, Florence
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Linnell, John (1792-1882) Study from Nature: At Twickenham. 1806
Code: TG04070
Artist: Linnell, John (1792-1882)
Title: Study from Nature: At Twickenham. 1806
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Tate Gallery
Genre: Painting
Period/Style: Nineteenth Century
Location: Tate Gallery

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