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94 results filtered with: Steel engravings
  • The apostles around the empty tomb watch the Assumption of the Virgin. Engraving after J. Boeckhorst.
  • The Great Exhibition in the Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London: the transept looking north. Steel engraving by W. Lacey after J.E. Mayall, 1851.
  • Saint Mark's Square, Venice: two men on horseback are jousting at a tournament before a crowd celebrating the marriage of Jacop Foscari. Steel engraving by E. Goodall, 1830, after T. Stothard..
  • King James I and VI, with four Scottish writers: Robert Burns, John (?) Home, Allan Ramsay, and James Beattie. Engraving.
  • Saint Adalbert prays for bread and peace for Bohemia. Engraving by G. Döbler after J. Friese after F. Kadlik.
  • A cat is caught and strangulated by a rope in a haybarn with a fox looking on. Etching by A. Fox after J. Wolf.
  • A man visiting a health resort is seated in a bath tub and being sprayed with water; in the background, a man is looking at the scene behind a curtain. Etching, May 1870.
  • A fox in a monk's habit is apparently deeply engrossed in praying while it approaches the chicken run outside the monastery. Etching by A. Fox after J. Wolf.
  • A man visiting a health resort is being woken up by a man who is opening a window; bath tub in the foreground, snow outside. Etching, May 1870.
  • The Visitation of Mary to Elizabeth. Steel engraving.
  • A fox is petitioning the lion dressed as king, while injured animals surround the throne. Etching by A. Fox after J. Wolf.
  • A shop front of a pharmacy in Bath Street, Leamington. Engraving by Price & Watson.
  • Ticket for the Tiverton School Feast of 1726. Steel engraving by J. Moore after W. Hogarth.
  • A wounded stag is attacked by two dogs in the water. Steel engraving by C. Mottram after E. H. Landseer.
  • A fox, a monkey and a badger are deliberating directions at a crossing. Etching by A. Fox after J. Wolf.
  • Inside the fox's abode, the old fox is stuffing a hare's head into a bag while the female fox is entertaining the young. Etching by A. Fox after J. Wolf.
  • African peach (Sarcocephalus latifolius): fruiting and flowering stem with section of fruit. Coloured steel engraving by W. Say, c. 1812, after B. Cotton.
  • Men of opposing social classes in a game of boules; illustrating the faculty of weight and resistance in phrenology. Steel engraving by A. Portier, 1847, after H. Bruyères.
  • The devil examining the head of a boy; three other boys lurk under the devil's wings; frontispiece to a manual on phrenology. Steel engraving by J.D. Nargeot, 1847, after H. Bruyères.
  • A man visiting a health resort is seated in a bath tub and being sprayed with water; in the background, a man is looking at the scene behind a curtain. Etching, May 1870.
  • Syra (Siros, Syros), Greece. Steel engraving, ca. 1837.
  • A man points his gun at a bird in the air while his dogs are avid to fetch the prey. Steel engraving by Harris, 18--.
  • Lazare-Nicolas Marguerite Carnot. Steel engraving.
  • The Great Exhibition in the Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London: the opening by Queen Victoria. Steel engraving by H. Bibby, 1851.
  • A musician playing the clarinet outside a town-house is given threepence by a footman and asked to move on, but the musician asks for more money. Steel engraving after R. Seymour.
  • James Johnstone. Steel engraving by G.T. Doo after W.T. Roden, 1868.
  • A man is carrying a sphere on his shoulders; showing the bones of the right leg and the right arm. Steel engraving.
  • A woman in evening dress, attended by a man; the woman representing the 'sentiment' of self esteem, a 'faculty' according to phrenology. Steel engraving by J-I-L. Desjardins, 1847, after H. Bruyères.
  • Four poisonous plants: fool's parsley (Aethusa cynapium), cuckoo pint (Arum maculatum), white bryony (Bryonia dioica) and greater celandine (Chelidonium majus). Coloured engraving by J. Johnstone, 1855.
  • Four poisonous plants: hemlock (Conium maculatum), henbane (Hyoscyamus niger), opium lettuce (Lactuca virosa) and autumn crocus (Colchicum autumnale). Coloured engraving by J. Johnstone.