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The Fine Arts of the English School

Author: Written by John Britton (British, Kington St. Michael, 1771–1857)
Architect: After Joseph Michael Gandy (British, London 1771–1843 London)
Artist: After Sir Joshua Reynolds (British, Plympton 1723–1792 London) After Sir Martin Archer Shee (Irish, Dublin 1769–1850 Brighton) After John Taylor (British, London 1739–1838 Middlesex) After Anton Raphael Mengs (German, Ústi nad Labem (Aussig) 1728–1779 Rome) After John Flaxman (British, York 1755–1826 London) After Richard Westall (British, Reepham, Norfolk 1765–1836 London) After George Romney (British, Beckside, Lancashire 1734–1802 Kendal, Cumbria) After Henry Howard (British, London 1769–1847 Oxford) After James Northcote (British, Plymouth 1746–1831 London) After Charles Heath, the elder (British, London 1785–1848 London) After Joseph Mallord William Turner (British, London 1775–1851 London) After Benjamin West (American, Swarthmore, Pennsylvania 1738–1820 London) After Thomas Banks (British, Lambeth baptised 1738–1805 London) After Thomas Gainsborough (British, Sudbury 1727–1788 London) After R. W. Satchwell (British, active early 19th century)
Architect: After Sir Christopher Wren (British, East Knoyle, Wiltshire 1632–1723 London)
Artist: After Thomas Baxter (British, Worcester 1782–1821 London) After Henry Corbould (British, London 1787–1844 Robertsbridge, East Sussex) After William Hilton (British, Lincoln 1786–1839 London) After James Elmes (British, London 1782–1862 London) After W. B. Hue (British, early 19th century)
Engraver: John Le Keux (British, London 1783–1846 London) William Bond (British, active 1772–1828) Anthony Cardon (British, Brussels 1772–1813 London) Edward Scriven (British, Alcester 1775–1841 Middlesex) James Godby (British, 1767–1849) John Pye (British, Birmingham 1782–1874 London) John Scott (British, Newcastle upon Tyne 1774–1827 London) Richard Roffe (British, active 1812–1828)
Sitter: John Dunning (British, Ashburton, Devon 1731–1783 Exmouth, Devon) George Romney (British, Beckside, Lancashire 1734–1802 Kendal, Cumbria) John Henry Manners (British, 1778–1857) Sir Joshua Reynolds (British, Plympton 1723–1792 London) David Garrick (British, Hereford 1717–1779 London) Richard Wilson (British, Penegoes, Wales 1712/13–1782 Denbighshire, Wales) Joseph Nollekens (British, London 1737–1823 London) Archibald Campbell (British, Edinburghshire 1629–1685) William Murray, 1st Earl of Mansfield (British, Perth, Scotland 1705–1793 London)
Dedicatee: George IV, King of Great Britain and Ireland (British, London 1762–1830 Windsor) George Granville Leveson-Gower (British, London 1758–1833 Sutherland, Scotland)
Publisher: Chiswick Press (British, London) Longman and Co. (British, London) J. Taylor (London)
Printer: S. Bell and J. Wright (British) Hayward (British, active 19th century) Cox & Barnett (British, 19th century)
Date: 1812
Medium: Etching and engraving
Dimensions: Overall: 16 1/2 x 12 3/4 x 1 3/16 in. (41.9 x 32.4 x 3 cm)
Classification: Books
Credit Line: Gift of Junius S. Morgan, 1923
Accession Number: 23.106.31

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