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Hay-market exhibition (now open) is a curious and valuable assemblage of five hundred pictures & drawings, and are all the property and works of Mr. Thompson, confessedly the greatest number ever exhibited. (in this or any other country) By the pencil of one master.
- Thompson, William, approximately 1730-1800.
- MDCCLXXXV. 
Artworks by Sheila Donaldson Walters: 1) Portrait of Dr Hugh Gainsborough, pencil on paper, approx. 40cms x 49cms. 2) Portrait of Dr David Morris, Paediatrician, pencil on paper, approx. 51cms x 59 cms. 3) Portrait of Mrs Joan Howat, the wife of Dr Douglas Howat, charcoal on paper, approx. 38 cms x 47cms 4) 11 works made for the 1968 World Congress of Anaesthetists, sketches and watercolours. Set of material relating to design work the artist did for the congress, including a design for a stamp that was never put into production, which the sketches and watercolours were the preparation work for. 5) 11 works by the artist (A1), 2 books including the literary work of the artists’ son, Justin Vincent Walters and selected accompanying papers including diary entries and an order of service from Justin's funeral.
- Donaldson Walters, Sheila
The art of painting in miniature, on ivory, in the manner at present practised by the most eminent artists in that profession; comprized under the following heads: Viz. The proper colours for painting in miniature, the nature and properties of each, and manner of preparing them. The mode of choosing camol hair pencils. Instructions relative to the choice of ivory, bleaching and polishing it preparatory to beginning a picture. Method of managing the colours at the different sittings in taking a picture from life, or in copying from another picture. An original work never before published by John Payne. To which is annexed, the art of burnished gilding on glass, in a variety of branches, a matter known by very few, and at present in high estimation.
- Payne, John, active 18th century.