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Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. (1723-1792)  The Archers: Double Portrait of Colonel John Dyke Acland and Thomas Townshend, Viscount Sydney, full-length, in a wooded landscape Price realised  GBP 1,653,750 USD 2,492,201 Estimate GBP 1,500,000 - GBP 2,500,000 (USD 2,260,500 - USD 3,767,500)

Sir Joshua Reynolds, P.R.A. (1723-1792) The Archers: Double Portrait of Colonel John Dyke Acland and Thomas Townshend, Viscount Sydney, full-length, in a wooded landscape Price realised GBP 1,653,750 USD 2,492,201 Estimate GBP 1,500,000 - GBP 2,500,000 (USD 2,260,500 - USD 3,767,500)

The Lambswool Throw WR122 is a luxurious soft Irish Lambswool Throw from Avoca combining warming purple and green landscape colours. Choose from the extensive collection of throws and blankets, woven in our mill in Ireland, since 1723.

The Lambswool Throw WR122 is a luxurious soft Irish Lambswool Throw from Avoca combining warming purple and green landscape colours. Choose from the extensive collection of throws and blankets, woven in our mill in Ireland, since 1723.

An albumen print photograph of Richmond Castle, North Yorkshire, taken by Roger Fenton in about 1854. Two men stand talking on the path beside the River Swale, in front of Green Bridge, built by John Carr (1723–1807) in 1788-1789. Fenton often placed people in his landscape and architectural photographs, providing a sense of scale and narrative.

An albumen print photograph of Richmond Castle, North Yorkshire, taken by Roger Fenton in about 1854. Two men stand talking on the path beside the River Swale, in front of Green Bridge, built by John Carr (1723–1807) in 1788-1789. Fenton often placed people in his landscape and architectural photographs, providing a sense of scale and narrative.

Oil painting on canvas, John Lovelace, 3rd Baron Lovelace (c.1638/42-1693) by Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt (Lübeck 1646 - London 1723), circa 1660-70. A seated three-quarter length portrait of a man, turned to the left but facing, previously called Sir Edward Rice (1631- 1664) in a dark russet suit and lace cravat. His right arm rests on a table on the left and his spaniel appears below. Beyond, on the left is a landscape and figures. Another version is at Attingham Park.

Oil painting on canvas, John Lovelace, 3rd Baron Lovelace (c.1638/42-1693) by Sir Godfrey Kneller, Bt (Lübeck 1646 - London 1723), circa 1660-70. A seated three-quarter length portrait of a man, turned to the left but facing, previously called Sir Edward Rice (1631- 1664) in a dark russet suit and lace cravat. His right arm rests on a table on the left and his spaniel appears below. Beyond, on the left is a landscape and figures. Another version is at Attingham Park.

surface fragments: Landscape Painting Lessons from Constable, Gainsborough and Corot

surface fragments: Landscape Painting Lessons from Constable, Gainsborough and Corot

"Father's Stone" This stone was originally on the Dummer Farm,one of the wealthiest families in the 1600 & 1700's in Newbury. Locally known as the "Witch Stone," derived from the circle designs thought to be hex signs. The stone was commissioned by John Dummer as a memorial to his father,Richard Dummer. It was used as a walkway stone leading to the family mansion. It was carved in 1723 by Robert Mullicken Sr., a gravestone carver from Bradford,MA

"Father's Stone" This stone was originally on the Dummer Farm,one of the wealthiest families in the 1600 & 1700's in Newbury. Locally known as the "Witch Stone," derived from the circle designs thought to be hex signs. The stone was commissioned by John Dummer as a memorial to his father,Richard Dummer. It was used as a walkway stone leading to the family mansion. It was carved in 1723 by Robert Mullicken Sr., a gravestone carver from Bradford,MA

John Burier " I think the Japanese painter Ike No Taiga (1723–1776) was right: the most difficult thing to achieve in painting is creating a space where absolutely nothing has been painted."  John Zurier  January 2008  Berkeley, California

John Burier " I think the Japanese painter Ike No Taiga (1723–1776) was right: the most difficult thing to achieve in painting is creating a space where absolutely nothing has been painted." John Zurier January 2008 Berkeley, California

John Talman, 1677-1726, Design for a House and Garden: Plan and Elevation, undated, Recto: graphite, pen and black ink, and red chalk; Verso: graphite, pen and black ink and red chalk on Thick, textured, cream wove paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

John Talman, 1677-1726, Design for a House and Garden: Plan and Elevation, undated, Recto: graphite, pen and black ink, and red chalk; Verso: graphite, pen and black ink and red chalk on Thick, textured, cream wove paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

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