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Engraver Collection

Background imageEngraver Collection: The Gate of Calais. Etching by William Hogarth (1697-1764)

The Gate of Calais. Etching by William Hogarth (1697-1764)
William Hogarth (1697-1764). British artist, engraver, illustrator and satirical painter. The Gate of Calais. Etching by Hogarth. Engraving. The Iberian Illustration, 1888. Colored

Background imageEngraver Collection: Gertrude Hermes - Sculptor, Designer, Engraver

Gertrude Hermes - Sculptor, Designer, Engraver
Gertrude Hermes (1901-1983) - Sculptor, Designer, Engraver 1940

Background imageEngraver Collection: The Hill - home of Birket Foster, Artist - Witley, Surrey

The Hill - home of Birket Foster, Artist - Witley, Surrey
The Hill - the house owned by Myles Birket Foster (1825-1899) - popular English illustrator, watercolour artist and engraver - in Witley, Surrey

Background imageEngraver Collection: The Fall of Babylon by John Martin (1789-1854). 1831. Nation

The Fall of Babylon by John Martin (1789-1854). 1831. National Library. Paris. France. Exposition Babylon. Louvre

Background imageEngraver Collection: Foujita in Drag

Foujita in Drag
Japanese painter and engraver, Leonard Tsuguharu Foujita (1886-1968), camping it up in drag, smoking with friends at a cabaret club

Background imageEngraver Collection: View of Upper Baker Street, Marylebone, London

View of Upper Baker Street, Marylebone, London, with F H Cooper postcard publisher and Vandersluis butchers. Date: circa 1908

Background imageEngraver Collection: Thomas Bewick at Work

Thomas Bewick at Work
THOMAS BEWICK The eminent engraver and his assistants making woodcuts of stuffed birds

Background imageEngraver Collection: Duchess of Cleveland, from a painting by Sir Peter Lely

Duchess of Cleveland, from a painting by Sir Peter Lely.. Handcolored engraving from Civil Costume of England from the Conquest to the Present Period drawn by Charles Martin

Background imageEngraver Collection: Gustave Dore / Figaro Albu

Gustave Dore / Figaro Albu
GUSTAVE DORE French artist and engraver

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: glass-blowing, colliery

Trades in Regency England: glass-blowing, colliery and tanning. Workers blowing molten glass into bottles and goblets in a Newcastle factory 67

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: blacksmith, Jappanner and goats

Trades in Regency England: blacksmith, Jappanner and goats. Blacksmith with hammer and anvil in front of a forge in the Forest of Dean 43, man showing a Japanned or lacquered tray in Pontypool 44

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England. Spinning, reaping flax

Trades in Regency England. Spinning, reaping flax and Suffolk horses. Woman spinning wool on a wheel outside a cottage in Lavenham 28, boy harvesting hemp for sailcloth in Suffolk 29

Background imageEngraver Collection: Francois Le Vaillant - Traveller and Engraver

Francois Le Vaillant - Traveller and Engraver

Background imageEngraver Collection: French engravers workshop

French engravers workshop, men working on wood blocks Date: 1897

Background imageEngraver Collection: The Engravers Workshop, Engraving and Printing on Copper

The Engravers Workshop, Engraving and Printing on Copper Date: 1853

Background imageEngraver Collection: The engraver Felicien Rops in his Studio

The engraver Felicien Rops in his Studio Date: circa 1888

Background imageEngraver Collection: Night On The Dart

Night On The Dart
A painter engraver etching of a calm ocean foreground, leading to harbour town, located on a peninsula, under a dark evening sky. Date: circa 1920

Background imageEngraver Collection: Japan - A seal engraver at work

Japan - A seal engraver at work
A seal engraver at work, Japan. Date: circa 1920s

Background imageEngraver Collection: Advert, The Burlington Engraving Co Ltd, London

Advert, The Burlington Engraving Co Ltd, London
Advert, engraver engraving a printing plate for the Burlington Engraving Co Ltd, Goswell Road, London EC1 Date: 1928

Background imageEngraver Collection: Hartland and Hyde Advertisement

Hartland and Hyde Advertisement
An advertisement illustration for Hartland and Hyde, process engravers and specialists in colour work. Image shows an engraver at work. Date: circa 1917

Background imageEngraver Collection: Denis Colbron Pearse

Denis Colbron Pearse (1873-1971). Son of Alfred Pearse, prolific 19th century artist and engraver. A book illustrator and later in life became a prominent member of the Boy Scouts Association in

Background imageEngraver Collection: Shakespeare Gallery

Shakespeare Gallery
A view of The Boydell Shakespeare Gallery in Pall Mall, London, was the first stage of a three-part project initiated in November 1786 by engraver

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: Turnery, broom-maker

Trades in Regency England: Turnery, broom-maker and paper making. Turner working on a wheel-driven lathe in a workshop in Tunbridge 22, broom-maker selling his wares door-to-door in Kent 23

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England. Hop picking, South Down

Trades in Regency England. Hop picking, South Down sheep and effects of gunpowder. Man cutting hops, women and children picking off the hops in Farnham 19

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaving, hog feeding

Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaving, hog feeding
Trades in Regency England. Carpet weaver at a loom in Wilton 16, pig farmer feeding hogs in Hampshire 17, and women knitting and embroidering with needles made in Chichester 18

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England. Sail cloth, stone quarries

Trades in Regency England. Sail cloth, stone quarries and timber for ship building. Sailors unfurling a canvas sail on a ship 13, men moving blocks of stone in a Portland quarry 14

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England. Tin mines, bullocks

Trades in Regency England. Tin mines, bullocks and pipe smoking. Miner on a ladder with a bucket of tin ore in a Redruth tin mine 10, beef cattle on a Devonshire moor 11

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: china painting, pin making

Trades in Regency England: china painting, pin making
Trades people in Regency England. Artist painting a porcelain vase in a Worcester china factory 7, girl using a foot-driven anvil to add heads to pins in a pin-making factory in Gloucester 8

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency Ireland and England: Cork, Dublin

Trades in Regency Ireland and England: Cork, Dublin and London Docks. Irish beef cattle bring driven to the port of Cork 79

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency Ireland: bleaching, Irish cabin

Trades in Regency Ireland: bleaching, Irish cabin and salmon leap. Workers bleaching linen made from flax in Colerain 76, poor Irish potato farmers outside a cottage with pigs and dogs 77

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency Scotland: distillery, cannon boring

Trades in Regency Scotland: distillery, cannon boring and paviours. Workers distilling whisky in a distillery in Edinburgh 70, worker boring a cannon at Carron Works factory 71

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: charcoal burning, Jew selling

Trades in Regency England: charcoal burning, Jew selling pencils, and fishing. Worker at a charcoal pit in Furness 64, Jewish pedlar selling pencils door to door in Borrowdale 65

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: Grinding cutlery, iron

Trades in Regency England: Grinding cutlery, iron works and flax spinning. Workers seated at grinding wheels in a cutlery factory in Sheffied 58

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: Cheese making, check manufacture

Trades in Regency England: Cheese making, check manufacture and cotton printing. Dairymaid making cheese in Cheshire 55, man selling check cotton aprons door to door 56

Background imageEngraver Collection: Brewing, steel ware and gloves, and a mineral waters

Brewing, steel ware and gloves, and a mineral waters spa in Regency England. Brewers stirring vats of beer mash in a Reading brewery 4, women buying gloves in Woodstock 5

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: Spar ornaments, pottery

Trades in Regency England: Spar ornaments, pottery ware and salt refiner. Alabaster stone ornaments made in the Peak District on a mantlepiece 52, shop window with pottery from Etruria

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: Ale-house, silk mill

Trades in Regency England: Ale-house, silk mill and stocking weaver. Customers drinking Burton ale outside a pub 49, workers dying and drying silk in a mill in Derby 50

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: flannel market, copper

Trades in Regency England: flannel market, copper mines and shoe-maker. Man showing rolls of flannel cloth in Welchpool 46, miners digging for copper ore in Parys Mine, Anglesea 47

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: silk weaving, jewellery

Trades in Regency England: silk weaving, jewellery and iron forge. Man weaving silk cloth on a loom in Coventry 40, customers in a fancy jewellery shop in Birmingham 41

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: basket making, geese plucking

Trades in Regency England: basket making, geese plucking and whips. Basket-maker weaving willow into baskets and hampers on the Isle of Ely 34

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Norfolk, Regency England. Barley, turnips and game

Trades in Norfolk, Regency England. Barley, turnips and game. Farm laborers on a straw bail after a barley harvest 34, sheep eating turnips 35, and hunter poaching for game rabbits 36

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England. Brick making, butter churning

Trades in Regency England. Brick making, butter churning and rabbit warren. Brickmaker with bricks, hod, kiln and wheelbarrow in Woolpit 31, woman churning butter in an urn in Bury dairy 32

Background imageEngraver Collection: Trades in Regency England: cable making, straw work

Trades in Regency England: cable making, straw work
Trades in Regency England. Men twisting rope in a cable making factory in Deptford 1, women and children making straw hats in Dunstable 2 and a woman making lace outside a cottage in Buckingham 3

Background imageEngraver Collection: Historical views of Japan

Historical views of Japan. Japanese woman riding in a sedan chair on wheels 22, Japanese Christians forced to step on a crucifix (fumie) in Nagasaki, 17th century 23

Background imageEngraver Collection: Tomb of royal engraver William Woollett, died 1735

Tomb of royal engraver William Woollett, died 1735, in the churchyard of St. Pancras, Middlesex. Copperplate engraving by John Thomas Smith after original drawings by members of the Society of

Background imageEngraver Collection: Bust of King James I of England

Bust of King James I of England
King James I of England taken from a bronze bust over the entrance of the Banquetting Room at Whitehall. Copperplate engraving by John Thomas Smith after original drawings by members of the Society

Background imageEngraver Collection: Versatile - Averil Mackenzie-Grieve

Versatile - Averil Mackenzie-Grieve (1903-1975) - Writer, Wood-engraver, Linguist, Traveller, Dress-designer, Editor and Stamp Collector! 1940

Background imageEngraver Collection: William Luson Thomas, founder of newspapers

William Luson Thomas, founder of newspapers
William Luson Thomas (1830-1900), British wood engraver and founder of various newspapers, including The Graphic. circa 1880s



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