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The Works of Horatio Walpole, Earl of Orford. In Five Volumes.

Author:
Horace Walpole, 4th Earl of Orford (British, London 1717–1797 London)
Editor:
Robert G. Berry
Publisher:
G. G. and J. Robinson (London)
Publisher:
J. Edwards (London)
Artist:
Alexander Bannerman (British, Cambridge (?) ca. 1730–ca. 1774)
Artist:
Francis Barlow (British, Lincolnshire ca. 1626–1704 London)
Artist:
Charles Bretherton (British, ca. 1760–1783)
Artist:
James Bretherton (British, active 1750–99)
Artist:
Thomas Chambars (British, London ca. 1724–1789 London)
Artist:
T. Evans (British, active late 18th century)
Artist:
Richard Bernard Godfrey (British, probably London ca. 1728–1795 after)
Artist:
Charles Grignion, I (British, London baptised 1721–1810 London)
Artist:
James Heath (British, London 1757–1834 London)
Artist:
William Hibbart (British, 1725–1808)
Artist:
John Miller (British, end of the 18th century)
Artist:
Thomas Morris (British, active 1750–1800)
Artist:
James Newton (British, London 1748–ca. 1804)
Artist:
George Vertue (British, London 1684–1756)
Artist:
Anthony Walker (British, Thirsk, Yorkshire, 1726–1765 London)
Artist:
After Mary Beale (British, Barrow, Suffolk baptised 1633–1699 London)
Artist:
After Adrien Carpentiers (Flemish, active 1739–78 London (active England))
Artist:
After William Dobson (British, London 1611–1646 London)
Artist:
After Anthony van Dyck (Flemish, Antwerp 1599–1641 London)
Artist:
After John Giles Eccardt (British (born Germany), active London, 1740–79)
Artist:
After Edward Edwards (British, London 1738–1806 London)
Artist:
After James Essex (British, baptized Cambridge 1722–1784 Cambridge)
Artist:
After Jan Gossart (called Mabuse) (Netherlandish, Maubeuge ca. 1478–1532 Antwerp (?))
Artist:
After John Hayls (British, active ca. 1645, died 1679)
Artist:
After Wenceslaus Hollar (Bohemian, Prague 1607–1677 London)
Artist:
After Sir Godfrey Kneller (German, Lübeck 1646–1723 London)
Artist:
After Nicolas de Largillierre (French, Paris 1656–1746 Paris)
Artist:
After Sir Thomas Lawrence (British, Bristol 1769–1830 London)
Artist:
After Edmund Lilly (British, active London 1702–1716)
Artist:
After William Marlow (British, Southwark, London 1740/41–1813 Twickenham, London)
Artist:
After Antonis Mor (Flemish, Utrecht ca. 1512/20–ca. 1576 Antwerp)
Artist:
After William Pars (British, London 1742–1782 Rome)
Artist:
After Thomas Ripley (British, ca. 1683–1758)
Artist:
After Frans Wouters (Flemish, Lier 1612–1659 Antwerp)
Artist:
After John Vanderbank, the younger (British, London (?) 1694–1739 London)
Artist:
After Christian Friedrich Zincke (German, Dresden 1683/85–1767 London)
Date:
1798
Medium:
Illustrations: stipple engraving, engraving and etching
Dimensions:
Each volume: 12 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 2 in. (31.8 x 24.1 x 5.1 cm) (depth varies between 1 1/2 - 2 1/2 in.)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Gift of Harvey Smith, 1981
Accession Number:
1981.1202.1(1-5)
Not on view
Marking: Inside each front cover bookplate with bust of crowned woman in a ruff with motto in banner above "Bene Factum".
Donor: Harvey Smith
Brunet V, p. 1406; Graesse VI, p. 414.
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Sermon on Painting Preached before the Earl of Orford at Houghton

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Sermon on Painting, continued

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A Description of Houghton Hall: The Gallery, continued

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