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James Northcote Collection

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: The Alpine Traveller, 1804. Artist: James Ward

The Alpine Traveller, 1804. Artist: James Ward
The Alpine Traveller, 1804. After James Northcote (1746-1831). From The Connoisseur Volume XLII. [The Connoisseur Ltd. London, 1915]

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Portrait of Mrs. Smith Barwell, née Unwin, c1785. Creator: James Northcote

Portrait of Mrs. Smith Barwell, née Unwin, c1785. Creator: James Northcote
Portrait of Mrs. Smith Barwell, nee Unwin, c1785

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Sculptor Undraping Sculpture of a Nude Woman and Child, 1766/1831. Creator: James Northcote

Sculptor Undraping Sculpture of a Nude Woman and Child, 1766/1831. Creator: James Northcote
Sculptor Undraping Sculpture of a Nude Woman and Child, 1766/1831

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Leopards, 1798. Creator: Samuel William Reynolds

Leopards, 1798. Creator: Samuel William Reynolds
Leopards, 1798

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Leopards, 1798. Creator: Samuel William Reynolds

Leopards, 1798. Creator: Samuel William Reynolds
Leopards, 1798

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: The Death of Mortimer. (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers

The Death of Mortimer. (mid 19th century). Creator: J Rogers
The Death of Mortimer. (mid 19th century). Scene from Shakespeares " Henry VI", (act II scene V). Richard Plantagenet enters a cell in the Tower of London to find Edmund Mortimer lying

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Mrs. Allan Maconochie, 1789. Creator: James Northcote

Mrs. Allan Maconochie, 1789. Creator: James Northcote
Mrs. Allan Maconochie, 1789

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Alexander, Lord Loughborough, 1800. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi

Alexander, Lord Loughborough, 1800. Creator: Francesco Bartolozzi
Alexander, Lord Loughborough, 1800

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Jael and Sisera - Judges Chapter 4, 1825. Creator: Thomas Goff Lupton

Jael and Sisera - Judges Chapter 4, 1825. Creator: Thomas Goff Lupton
Jael and Sisera - Judges Chapter 4, 1825. Scene from the Old Testament: after being defeated by the forces of the Israelite tribes of Zebulun and Naphtali, Sisera was killed by Jael

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: James Northcote Esq. R. A. in his 82nd Year, c1828. Creator: Thomas Wright

James Northcote Esq. R. A. in his 82nd Year, c1828. Creator: Thomas Wright
James Northcote Esq. R.A. in his 82nd Year, c1828. Portrait of British painter James Northcote (1746-1831). Northcote was a pupil of Sir Joshua Reynolds, and attended the Royal Academy schools

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: The Marriage of Richard Duke of York. (Brother to Edward V. ), 1478, (1821), (mid 19th century)

The Marriage of Richard Duke of York. (Brother to Edward V. ), 1478, (1821), (mid 19th century)
The Marriage of Richard Duke of York. (Brother to Edward V.), 1478, (1821), (mid 19th century). Engraving after a painting made in 1821, depicting the marriage of Richard of Shrewsbury

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: The murder of the Princes in the Tower, (late 18th-early 19th century). Creator: James Northcote

The murder of the Princes in the Tower, (late 18th-early 19th century). Creator: James Northcote
The murder of the Princes in the Tower, (late 18th-early 19th century). A scene depicting the possible disposal of the bodies of Edward V of England (1470-1483)

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Pathfinders - Sir Marc Isambard Brunel, c1812, (1922). Creator: James Northcote

Pathfinders - Sir Marc Isambard Brunel, c1812, (1922). Creator: James Northcote
Pathfinders - Sir Marc Isambard Brunel, c1812, (1922). Portrait of Sir Marc Isambard Brunel, British engineer and inventor (1769-1849)

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Prince Arthur and Hubert (Shakespeare, King John, Act 4, Scene 1), 1823-24

Prince Arthur and Hubert (Shakespeare, King John, Act 4, Scene 1), 1823-24

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Parliament Offering the Crown to William and Mary, 1689, (late 18th century)

Parliament Offering the Crown to William and Mary, 1689, (late 18th century). Historical scene in the Banqueting Hall, Whitehall

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: Exeter Change, 1817. Artist: Henry Meyer

Exeter Change, 1817. Artist: Henry Meyer
Exeter Change, 1817. Shows tigers in a cage, probably in crosss menagerie, which was housed in Exeter Change, Westminster, London. A boy is holding up a small child at the cage

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: King Richard The Seconds Entry Into London, 1859. Artist: Robert Thew

King Richard The Seconds Entry Into London, 1859. Artist: Robert Thew
King Richard The Seconds Entry Into London, 1859. After James Northcote (1736 - 1841). King of England from 1377 until he was deposed on 30 September 1399

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: The Death of Wat Tyler, 1859. Artist: John Rogers

The Death of Wat Tyler, 1859. Artist: John Rogers
The Death of Wat Tyler, 1859. Walter Wat Tyler (died 15 June 1381). Leader of the 1381 Peasants Revolt in England, marched with a group of rebels from Canterbury to London to oppose the institution

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: First part of King Henry VI. Act 2 Scene 5. Mortimer;Plantagenet, & c, 1800. Artist: Andrew Gray

First part of King Henry VI. Act 2 Scene 5. Mortimer;Plantagenet, & c, 1800. Artist: Andrew Gray
First part of King Henry VI. Act 2 Scene 5. Mortimer; Plantagenet, & c, 1800. James Northcote (1746-1831). From Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, 1795, by John Boydell. [J. & J. Boydell, London, 1795]

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: John Reeve as Harry Alias, in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, c1829. Artist: James Northcote

John Reeve as Harry Alias, in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, c1829. Artist: James Northcote
John Reeve as Harry Alias, in One, Two, Three, Four, Five, c1829. John Reeve (1799-1838) a English comic actor specialising in mimicry

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: A Young Lady Encouraging the Low Comedian, c1786-1826, (1919). Artist: William Ward

A Young Lady Encouraging the Low Comedian, c1786-1826, (1919). Artist: William Ward
A Young Lady Encouraging the Low Comedian, 1919. James Northcote (1746-1831). From The Connoisseur Volume LV [Otto Limited, London, 1919]

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: King John swearing fealty to the Pope before Princes Arthur and Hubert, 19th century

King John swearing fealty to the Pope before Princes Arthur and Hubert, 19th century. Artist: T Sherratt
King John (1167-1216) swearing fealty to the Pope before Princes Arthur and Hubert, 19th century. John reigned as King of England from 6 April 1199 until his death in 1216

Background imageJames Northcote Collection: To Convert Lady Grey to the Roman Faith, before Her Execution, 1798. Artist: J Ogborne

To Convert Lady Grey to the Roman Faith, before Her Execution, 1798. Artist: J Ogborne
To Convert Lady Grey to the Roman Faith, before Her Execution, 1798. Dr Fecknam Dean of St Pauls trying by arguments to convert Lady Grey to the Roman Faith


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