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Chapman Collection

Background imageChapman Collection: Portrait of Fredrik Henrik af Chapman (1721-1808), 1778. Creator: Pasch, Lorenz

Portrait of Fredrik Henrik af Chapman (1721-1808), 1778. Creator: Pasch, Lorenz, the Younger (1733-1805)
Portrait of Fredrik Henrik af Chapman (1721-1808), 1778. Found in the collection of the Goteborg Konstmuseum

Background imageChapman Collection: Paddle steamer Chapman, 1840s-1870s. Creator: Carl Julius Emil Olsen

Paddle steamer Chapman, 1840s-1870s. Creator: Carl Julius Emil Olsen
Paddle steamer Chapman, 1840s-1870s. The paddle steamer Chapman from Gavle. Came to Gavle's merchant fleet in 1859. The ship belonged to the company Rettig/Rettigska varvet

Background imageChapman Collection: Walter Hayes, Patrick Hennesey, Colin Chapman, Graham Hill. Creator: Unknown

Walter Hayes, Patrick Hennesey, Colin Chapman, Graham Hill. Creator: Unknown
Walter Hayes, Patrick Hennesey, Colin Chapman, Graham Hill

Background imageChapman Collection: Colin Chapman. Creator: Unknown

Colin Chapman. Creator: Unknown
Colin Chapman

Background imageChapman Collection: Colin Chapman with Peter Allen in Lotus workshop. Creator: Unknown

Colin Chapman with Peter Allen in Lotus workshop. Creator: Unknown
Colin Chapman with Peter Allen in Lotus workshop

Background imageChapman Collection: 1954 Lotus VIII driven by Colin Chapman at Crystal Palace. Creator: Unknown

1954 Lotus VIII driven by Colin Chapman at Crystal Palace. Creator: Unknown
1954 Lotus VIII driven by Colin Chapman at Crystal Palace

Background imageChapman Collection: Charles I. (1804). Creator: J Chapman

Charles I. (1804). Creator: J Chapman
Charles I. (1804). Portrait of King Charles I of England (1601-1649) in profile wearing a laurel wreath and ermine cloak over armour

Background imageChapman Collection: Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, mid 17th century, (1810). Creator: J Chapman

Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, mid 17th century, (1810). Creator: J Chapman
Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, mid 17th century, (1810). Portrait of Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon (1609-1674), who served as Lord Chancellor to King Charles II from 1658 until 1667

Background imageChapman Collection: Mary Anne Talbot Resisting A Press Gang, 1822. Creator: J Chapman

Mary Anne Talbot Resisting A Press Gang, 1822. Creator: J Chapman
Mary Anne Talbot Resisting A Press Gang, 1822. Portrait of Mary Anne Talbot (1778-1808), also known as John Taylor, an Englishwoman who wore male dress and allegedly became a soldier

Background imageChapman Collection: The Excursion of George Harvest, 1821. Creator: J Chapman

The Excursion of George Harvest, 1821. Creator: J Chapman
The Excursion of George Harvest, 1821. The eccentric English parson George Harvest (c1715-1780) stripping off his wig, shirt and coat as he rides a horse

Background imageChapman Collection: Masaniello Haranguing the Populace of Naples, 1821. Creator: J Chapman

Masaniello Haranguing the Populace of Naples, 1821. Creator: J Chapman
Masaniello Haranguing the Populace of Naples, 1821. Masaniello (Tommaso Aniello, 1622-1647) was an Italian fisherman who led the revolt against the Spanish Habsburg rulers of Naples in 1647

Background imageChapman Collection: Portrait of James Cook, 1800. Artist: Chapman, John (active 1792-1823)

Portrait of James Cook, 1800. Artist: Chapman, John (active 1792-1823)
Portrait of James Cook, 1800. From a private collection

Background imageChapman Collection: Mr. A. P. F. Chapman (Kent), 1928. Creator: Unknown

Mr. A. P. F. Chapman (Kent), 1928. Creator: Unknown
Mr. A. P. F. Chapman (Kent), 1928. From " Willss Cigarettes - A Series of 50 Cricketers, 1928", [W. D. & H. O. Wills, London, 1928]

Background imageChapman Collection: William Beckford Esquire, (1798). Creator: John Chapman

William Beckford Esquire, (1798). Creator: John Chapman
William Beckford Esquire, (1798). Portrait of William Beckford (1709-1770), political figure in 18th century London, who twice held the office of Lord Mayor of London (1762 and 1769)

Background imageChapman Collection: N. Copernicus, (late 18th early 19th century). Creator: J Chapman

N. Copernicus, (late 18th early 19th century). Creator: J Chapman
N. Copernicus, (late 18th early 19th century). Portrait of Polish astronomer Nicolaus Copernicus (1473-1543), considered to be the father of modern astronomy and founder of heliocentric cosmology

Background imageChapman Collection: Pitt, Earl of Chatham; 1766, (1824). Creator: J Chapman

Pitt, Earl of Chatham; 1766, (1824). Creator: J Chapman
Pitt, Earl of Chatham; 1766, (1824). Portrait of William Pitt, 1st Earl of Chatham (1708-1778), British statesman of the Whig group who led the government of Great Britain twice in the middle of

Background imageChapman Collection: James Pettit Andrews Esq. F. A. S. 1796. Creator: John Chapman

James Pettit Andrews Esq. F. A. S. 1796. Creator: John Chapman
James Pettit Andrews Esq. F.A.S. 1796. Portrait of James Pettit Andrews (1737-1797), British historian and antiquary. From the " European Magazine". [J. Sewell, London, 1796]

Background imageChapman Collection: Victory of Cali over the Giant Mahish Asura; With the Idols of the Temple of Jagan-Nath, 1809

Victory of Cali over the Giant Mahish Asura; With the Idols of the Temple of Jagan-Nath, 1809. Hindu mythology as seen from a European perspective: the goddess Kali, riding a lion

Background imageChapman Collection: Alexander Nowell, (1819). Creator: J Chapman

Alexander Nowell, (1819). Creator: J Chapman
Alexander Nowell, (1819). Portrait of English clergyman and theologian Alexander Nowell (c1507-1602). Nowell was Dean of St Pauls Cathedral during much of the reign of Elizabeth I

Background imageChapman Collection: His Majestys Embarkation at Greenwich, for Scotland, 1822

His Majestys Embarkation at Greenwich, for Scotland, 1822. View of George IV and his entourage embarking for Scotland on the River Thames at Greenwich. He is being waved off by figures in boats

Background imageChapman Collection: St Pauls Cathedral (old), London, c17th century, (1814). Artist: John Chapman

St Pauls Cathedral (old), London, c17th century, (1814). Artist: John Chapman
South west view of St Pauls Cathedral, London, c17th century, (1814)

Background imageChapman Collection: Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794), 1812

Antoine-Laurent Lavoisier (1743-1794), 1812. Private Collection

Background imageChapman Collection: Portrait of Fredrik Henrik af Chapman (1721-1808), 1778

Portrait of Fredrik Henrik af Chapman (1721-1808), 1778. Found in the collection of Nationalmuseum Stockholm

Background imageChapman Collection: A Male Savage of Terra del Fuego, 1795. Artist: J Chapman

A Male Savage of Terra del Fuego, 1795. Artist: J Chapman
A Male Savage of Terra del Fuego, 1795. The Selk nam and Yaghans were the native people of Tierra del Fuego. They became virtually extinct after gold was discovered in 1879

Background imageChapman Collection: Hannibal, the Carthaginian General, c1823, (1912). Artist: John Chapman

Hannibal, the Carthaginian General, c1823, (1912). Artist: John Chapman
Hannibal, the Carthaginian General, c1823, (1912). Hannibal (247-c181 bc) a Punic Carthaginian military commander. From Bibbys Annual 1912, [J. Bibby & Sons, Liverpool, 1912]

Background imageChapman Collection: Il Duce poses, FA tour, Palazzo di Venezia, Rome, Italy, 1933

Il Duce poses, FA tour, Palazzo di Venezia, Rome, Italy, 1933. Fifth from the right is Arsenal FC manager Herbert Chapman (1878-1934)

Background imageChapman Collection: Victory of Cali over the Giant Mahish A sura, with the idols of the Temple of Jagannath, 1809

Victory of Cali over the Giant Mahish A sura, with the idols of the Temple of Jagannath, 1809. Artist: J Chapman
Victory of Cali over the Giant Mahish A sura, with the idols of the Temple of Jagannath, 1809

Background imageChapman Collection: A Chinese prince of the Manchoo Tartar race, 1801. Artist: J Chapman

A Chinese prince of the Manchoo Tartar race, 1801. Artist: J Chapman
A Chinese prince of the Manchoo Tartar race, 1801

Background imageChapman Collection: Charles I of England, (1804). Artist: J Chapman

Charles I of England, (1804). Artist: J Chapman
Charles I of England, (1804). King Charles I (1601-1649)

Background imageChapman Collection: King John (1167-1216), 1804. Artist: J Chapman

King John (1167-1216), 1804. Artist: J Chapman
King John (1167-1216), 1804. John reigned as King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death in 1216. He succeeded to the throne as the younger brother of King Richard I

Background imageChapman Collection: Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1804. Artist: J Chapman

Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1804. Artist: J Chapman
Queen Anne (1665-1714), 1804. Anne, Queen of Great Britain and Ireland from 1702 to 1714, was the second daughter of James II and the sister of Mary II

Background imageChapman Collection: Lady Jane Grey, Queen of England. Artist: J Chapman

Lady Jane Grey, Queen of England. Artist: J Chapman
Lady Jane Grey, Queen of England. After the death of the 15 year-old King Edward VI, Lady Jane Grey (c1537-1554), the great-granddaughter of Henry VII

Background imageChapman Collection: Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, 18th century. Artist: J Chapman

Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, 18th century. Artist: J Chapman
Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, 18th century. Atterbury (1663-1732) was a man of letters and politician as well as a bishop

Background imageChapman Collection: Thomas Manton, Puritan clergyman, (1816). Artist: J Chapman

Thomas Manton, Puritan clergyman, (1816). Artist: J Chapman
Thomas Manton, Puritan clergyman, (1816). Manton (1620-1677) called for the restoration of Charles II in 1660. In 1662 he resigned from his Covent Garden living in protest at the Act of Uniformity

Background imageChapman Collection: Archbishop Cranmer, (1816). Artist: J Chapman

Archbishop Cranmer, (1816). Artist: J Chapman
Archbishop Cranmer, (1816). Cranmer (1489-1556) was the Archbishop of Canterbury during the reigns of the English kings Henry VIII and Edward VI

Background imageChapman Collection: The Last Interview between Her Majesty and Princess Charlotte, 1820. Artist: J Chapman

The Last Interview between Her Majesty and Princess Charlotte, 1820. Artist: J Chapman
The Last Interview between Her Majesty and Princess Charlotte, 1820

Background imageChapman Collection: Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Charles VII, King of France, (1805). Charles (1403-1461) ruled France from 1422-1461. His reign saw the recapturing from the English of all of France with the exception of Calais

Background imageChapman Collection: Philip VI, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Philip VI, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Philip VI, King of France, (1805). Portrait of King Philip VI (1293-1350) who ruled from 1328 until his death. He was the first king of the Valois dynasty

Background imageChapman Collection: Philip II, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Philip II, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Philip II, King of France, (1805). King Philip II Augustus (1165-1223), was King of France from 1180 to 1223. He participated in the Third Crusade

Background imageChapman Collection: Francis I, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Francis I, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Francis I, King of France, (1805). Francis (1494-1547) ruled France from 1515. He is regarded as Frances fist Renaissance monarch and his kingdom underwent great cultural advances during his reign

Background imageChapman Collection: Louis XI, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Louis XI, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Louis XI, King of France, (1805). Louis (1423-1483) succeeded his father, Charles VII, as king in 1461, continuing Charles work in strengthening France after the Hundred Years War

Background imageChapman Collection: Henry III, King of France, (1804). Artist: J Chapman

Henry III, King of France, (1804). Artist: J Chapman
Henry III, King of France, (1804). Henry (1551-1589) came to the throne in 1574. His reign was dominated by the continuing strife between Catholics

Background imageChapman Collection: Louis XII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Louis XII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Louis XII, King of France, (1805). Louis XII (1462-1515) became king in 1498. Throughout much of his reign France was embroiled in the Italian Wars, largely without success

Background imageChapman Collection: Henry II, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Henry II, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Henry II, King of France, (1805). Henry (1519-1559) came to the French throne in 1547. His reign saw extensive suppression of Protestantism in France

Background imageChapman Collection: Charles VIII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman

Charles VIII, King of France, (1805). Artist: J Chapman
Charles VIII, King of France, (1805). Charles (1470-1498) became king in 1483. His reign is best remembered for his ultimately unsuccessful attempt to assert his claim to the throne of Naples

Background imageChapman Collection: A Chinese Princess of the Manchoo Tartar Race, 1801. Artist: J Chapman

A Chinese Princess of the Manchoo Tartar Race, 1801. Artist: J Chapman
A Chinese Princess of the Manchoo Tartar Race, 1801

Background imageChapman Collection: Thalestris, mythical Queen of the Amazons, 1797. Artist: J Chapman

Thalestris, mythical Queen of the Amazons, 1797. Artist: J Chapman
Thalestris, mythical Queen of the Amazons, 1797

Background imageChapman Collection: Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, (1826). Artist: J Chapman

Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, (1826). Artist: J Chapman
Catherine the Great, Empress of Russia, (1826)



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