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Charles Knight Collection

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Kings College Chapel, Cambridge, 1864

Kings College Chapel, Cambridge, 1864. Late Gothic edifice with a vast fan vaulted ceiling with ornate stained glass windows

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Ariel (The Tempest), c1870. Artist: Henry James Townsend

Ariel (The Tempest), c1870. Artist: Henry James Townsend
Ariel (The Tempest), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Low Tide, Appleton Ferry, 1890s. Creator: Charles Parsons Knight

Low Tide, Appleton Ferry, 1890s. Creator: Charles Parsons Knight
Low Tide, Appleton Ferry, 1890s

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Haymakers in a Storm, n.d. Creator: Charles Knight

Haymakers in a Storm, n.d. Creator: Charles Knight
Haymakers in a Storm, n.d

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: The Bird's Nest, n.d. Creator: Charles Knight

The Bird's Nest, n.d. Creator: Charles Knight
The Bird's Nest, n.d

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: General Babington, 1902. Creator: Charles Knight

General Babington, 1902. Creator: Charles Knight
General Babington, 1902. Sir James Melville Babington (1854-1936) British Army officer and cavalry leader who took part in the Battle of Magersfontein on 10-11 December 1899

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: U.S. Coast Survey... Reconnaissance of Smiths or Blunts Island, Washington / U.S. Coas

U.S. Coast Survey... Reconnaissance of Smiths or Blunts Island, Washington / U.S. Coas
U.S. Coast Survey...Reconnaissance of Smiths or Blunts Island, Washington / U.S. Coast Survey...Sketch of Anacapa Island in Santa Barbara Channel, 1854-57

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: U.S. Coast Survey... Sketch of Anapaca Island in Santa Barbara Channel, 1854-57

U.S. Coast Survey... Sketch of Anapaca Island in Santa Barbara Channel, 1854-57
U.S. Coast Survey...Sketch of Anapaca Island in Santa Barbara Channel, 1854-57. After William Birch McMurtrie

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Fors Nothyn, North Wales, c1850. Creator: Josiah Wood Whymper

Fors Nothyn, North Wales, c1850. Creator: Josiah Wood Whymper
Fors Nothyn, North Wales, c1850. River running through a steep-sided gorge. From " The Land We Live in: A Pictorial and Literary Sketch-book of the British Empire"

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Daguesseau, (c1836). Creator: James Mollison

Daguesseau, (c1836). Creator: James Mollison
Daguesseau, (c1836). Portrait of Henri Francois d Aguesseau (1668-1751), Chancellor of France. From an original Picture by Mignard in the possession of the Countess Segur

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: View of a Geyser, or Hot Fountain, 7 December 1833. Creator: Unknown

View of a Geyser, or Hot Fountain, 7 December 1833. Creator: Unknown
View of a Geyser, or Hot Fountain, 7 December 1833. Illustration to an article on the geysers, or hot fountains of Iceland

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Othello Relating His Adventures, c1870. Artist: T. Vernon

Othello Relating His Adventures, c1870. Artist: T. Vernon
Othello Relating His Adventures, c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Scene from Faustus. Margaret Meets Faustus in the Summer House, c1870. Artist

Scene from Faustus. Margaret Meets Faustus in the Summer House, c1870. Artist
Scene from Faustus. Margaret Meets Faustus in the Summer House, c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Macbeth Act V. Scene I, c1870. Artist: Henry Linton

Macbeth Act V. Scene I, c1870. Artist: Henry Linton
Macbeth Act V. Scene I, c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Juliet and the Nurse (Romeo & Juliet), c1870. Artist: Samuel Sangster

Juliet and the Nurse (Romeo & Juliet), c1870. Artist: Samuel Sangster
Juliet and the Nurse (Romeo & Juliet), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Malvolio, c1870. Artist: R Staines

Malvolio, c1870. Artist: R Staines
Malvolio, c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Macbeth, c1870. Artists: Alexander Keith Johnston, Charles W Sharpe

Macbeth, c1870. Artists: Alexander Keith Johnston, Charles W Sharpe
Macbeth, c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: The Death of the Earl of Warwick (King Henry VI), c1870. Artist: T Brown

The Death of the Earl of Warwick (King Henry VI), c1870. Artist: T Brown
The Death of the Earl of Warwick (King Henry VI), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: The Death of Caesar. (Julius Caesar), c1870. Artist: JC Armytage

The Death of Caesar. (Julius Caesar), c1870. Artist: JC Armytage
The Death of Caesar. (Julius Caesar), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Prince Arthur and Hubert (King John), c1870. Artist: David Desvachez

Prince Arthur and Hubert (King John), c1870. Artist: David Desvachez
Prince Arthur and Hubert (King John), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Queen Katherine (King Henry VIII), c1870. Artist: Charles W Sharpe

Queen Katherine (King Henry VIII), c1870. Artist: Charles W Sharpe
Queen Katherine (King Henry VIII), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Juliet in the Cell of Friar Lawrence (Romeo and Juliet), c1870. Artist: Herbert Bourne

Juliet in the Cell of Friar Lawrence (Romeo and Juliet), c1870. Artist: Herbert Bourne
Juliet in the Cell of Friar Lawrence (Romeo and Juliet), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Prince Henry, Poins, and Falstaff. (King Henry IV - First Part), c1870. Artists

Prince Henry, Poins, and Falstaff. (King Henry IV - First Part), c1870. Artists
Prince Henry, Poins, and Falstaff. (King Henry IV - First Part), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: The Seven Ages of Man (As You Like It), c1870. Artist: H Bourne

The Seven Ages of Man (As You Like It), c1870. Artist: H Bourne
The Seven Ages of Man (As You Like It), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Lear and Cordelia (King Lear), c1870. Artist: W Ridgeway

Lear and Cordelia (King Lear), c1870. Artist: W Ridgeway
Lear and Cordelia (King Lear), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: The Works of Shakspere - The Globe Theatre, Bankside, 1593, c1870

The Works of Shakspere - The Globe Theatre, Bankside, 1593, c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Queen Isabella and Her Ladies (King Richard II), c1870. Artist: T Sherratt

Queen Isabella and Her Ladies (King Richard II), c1870. Artist: T Sherratt
Queen Isabella and Her Ladies (King Richard II), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Imogen in the Cave (Cymbeline), c1870. Artist: David Desvachez

Imogen in the Cave (Cymbeline), c1870. Artist: David Desvachez
Imogen in the Cave (Cymbeline), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Timon and Flavius (Timon of Athens), c1870. Artist: Charles Cousen

Timon and Flavius (Timon of Athens), c1870. Artist: Charles Cousen
Timon and Flavius (Timon of Athens), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Autolycus (The Winters Tale), c1870

Autolycus (The Winters Tale), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Christopher Sly (Taming of the Shrew), c1870. Artist: Charles W Sharpe

Christopher Sly (Taming of the Shrew), c1870. Artist: Charles W Sharpe
Christopher Sly (Taming of the Shrew), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Disarming of Cupid (Sonnet Cliv. ), c1870. Artist: P Lightfoot

Disarming of Cupid (Sonnet Cliv. ), c1870. Artist: P Lightfoot
Disarming of Cupid (Sonnet Cliv.), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Volumnia Reproaching Brutus and Sicinius (Coriolanus), c1870. Artist: J Stephenson

Volumnia Reproaching Brutus and Sicinius (Coriolanus), c1870. Artist: J Stephenson
Volumnia Reproaching Brutus and Sicinius (Coriolanus), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: The Ladys Tailor (King Henry IV - Second Part), c1870. Artist: Charles W Sharpe

The Ladys Tailor (King Henry IV - Second Part), c1870. Artist: Charles W Sharpe
The Ladys Tailor (King Henry IV - Second Part), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Falstaff and his Friends (The Merry Wives of Windsor), c1870. Artist: W Greatbatch

Falstaff and his Friends (The Merry Wives of Windsor), c1870. Artist: W Greatbatch
Falstaff and his Friends (The Merry Wives of Windsor), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Puck and the Fairies. (Midsummer Nights Dream), c1870. Artist: WM Lizare

Puck and the Fairies. (Midsummer Nights Dream), c1870. Artist: WM Lizare
Puck and the Fairies. (Midsummer Nights Dream), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: The Works of Shakspere - The Birth-Place of Shakspere (with Garics Jubilee Procession), c1870

The Works of Shakspere - The Birth-Place of Shakspere (with Garics Jubilee Procession), c1870. From The Works of Shakspere, by Charles Knight. [Virtue & Co. Limited, London, c1870]

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: The Coronation Chair, c1845, (1864)

The Coronation Chair, c1845, (1864). The Coronation Chair, known historically as St Edwards Chair or King Edwards Chair, is a wooden throne on which the British monarch sits when he or she is

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Comte de La Perouse, 18th century French navigator, astronomer and explorer, c1834

Comte de La Perouse, 18th century French navigator, astronomer and explorer, c1834
Jean Francois de Galaup, Comte de La Perouse, 18th century French navigator, astronomer and explorer, c1830. La Perouse (1741-1788) spent four years (1785-1788)

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Charles Knight, the Publisher of Shakespeares Works, c1878-1907

Charles Knight, the Publisher of Shakespeares Works, c1878-1907

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Interior of St. Pauls, looking East, 1835, (1845). Artist: John Jackson

Interior of St. Pauls, looking East, 1835, (1845). Artist: John Jackson
Interior of St. Paul s, looking East, 1835, (1845). After William Barnard Clarke (1807-1894). From Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Municipal

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Eastern Front of the Banqueting room, Whitehall, 1835, (1845). Artist: John Jackson

Eastern Front of the Banqueting room, Whitehall, 1835, (1845). Artist: John Jackson
Eastern Front of the Banqueting room, Whitehall, 1835, (1845). Begun in 1619 and designed by Inigo Jones in a style influenced by Andrea Palladio, the Banqueting House was completed in 1622

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Fac-Simile of Letter by Cromwell to Lenthall, announcing Victory of Naseby, 1649, (1845)

Fac-Simile of Letter by Cromwell to Lenthall, announcing Victory of Naseby, 1649, (1845). Artist: Oliver Cromwell
Fac-Simile of Letter by Cromwell to Lenthall, announcing Victory of Naseby, 1649, (1845). After an original letter by Oliver Cromwell (1599-1658), to Lenthall Speaker of the House of Commons

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Charles I, 1845

Charles I, 1845. Charles I (1600-1649) was monarch of the three kingdoms of England, Scotland, and Ireland from 27 March 1625 until his execution in 1649. After Anthony van Dyck (1599-1641)

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Tomb of Queen Elizabeth, 1845

Tomb of Queen Elizabeth, 1845. Tomb of Queen Elizabeth I, (1533-1603) Queen of England in Westminster Abbey. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Municipal

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Sir Philip Sidney, 1845

Sir Philip Sidney, 1845. Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586) was an English poet, courtier, scholar, and soldier, who is remembered as one of the most prominent figures of the Elizabethan age

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Wolseys Hall, Hampton Court, 1845

Wolseys Hall, Hampton Court, 1845. Royal palace in Richmond upon Thames, Greater London, England. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Municipal

Background imageCharles Knight Collection: Westminster Abbey. Southern Aisle of the Choir, 1845. Artist: Stephen Sly

Westminster Abbey. Southern Aisle of the Choir, 1845. Artist: Stephen Sly
Westminster Abbey. Southern Aisle of the Choir, 1845. After Thomas Scandrett (1797-1870). From Old England: A Pictorial Museum of Regal, Ecclesiastical, Baronial, Municipal, and Popular Antiquities



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