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The Power of Form Applied to Geometric Tracery
Written by Robert William Billings
(British, 1813–1874)
Date: 1851
Medium: Wood engraving (?)
Accession Number: 49.50.207
The Flemish Picture Gallery, the Mansion of Thomas Hope, Duchess Street, Portland Place
Robert William Billings
(British, 1813–1874)
Date: 1830–74
Medium: Watercolor
Accession Number: 63.617.2
The History and Description of Cassiobury Park
Written and designed by John Britton
(British, Kington St. Michael, 1771–1857)
Date: 1837
Medium: Etching
Accession Number: 41.104.4
Windsor Castle - View of Entrance Facade
Robert William Billings
(British, 1813–1874)
Date: 19th century
Medium: Etching with additions in ink washes and additions in watercolor
Accession Number: 56.562.5
The New Hungerford Market, London, On the Day of the Opening, July 2, 1833, with the Ascent of Mr. Graham in his Balloon
John Samuelson Templeton
(Irish, Dublin, active London 1830–1857)
Date: 1833
Medium: Lithograph, hand colored
Accession Number: 62.696.49
The Power of Form Applied to Geometric Tracery
Written by Robert William Billings
(British, 1813–1874)
Date: 1851
Accession Number: 49.50.207
The Flemish Picture Gallery, the Mansion of Thomas Hope, Duchess Street, Portland Place
Robert William Billings
(British, 1813–1874)
Date: 1830–74
Accession Number: 63.617.2
The History and Description of Cassiobury Park
Written and designed by John Britton
(British, Kington St. Michael, 1771–1857)
Date: 1837
Accession Number: 41.104.4
Windsor Castle - View of Entrance Facade
Robert William Billings
(British, 1813–1874)
Date: 19th century
Accession Number: 56.562.5
The New Hungerford Market, London, On the Day of the Opening, July 2, 1833, with the Ascent of Mr. Graham in his Balloon
John Samuelson Templeton
(Irish, Dublin, active London 1830–1857)
Date: 1833
Accession Number: 62.696.49

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