London Cries: Fun upon Fun
London Cries: Fun upon Fun, Collection of British art from the Elizabethan period to the present day, including paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, rare books, and manuscripts.
drawing | British Museum
Group by a bench, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745; a man and a boy, and a woman smoking a pipe Pen and grey ink and grey wash, with watercolour
The Onion Seller Painting by Paul Sandby Reproduction | 1st Art Gallery
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print | British Museum
Figure studies; a girl in rustic dress with a basket on her arm, standing next to a woman, their backs to the viewer, greeting a man and a woman who carries a child with two toddlers at her skirts, lit by the sunlight slanting from left. Etching
An Old Market Woman Grinning and Gesturing with her Left Hand
An Old Market Woman Grinning and Gesturing with her Left Hand, Collection of British art from the Elizabethan period to the present day, including paintings, sculpture, drawings, prints, rare books, and manuscripts.
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Paul Sandby (1731-1809) - Lady Ladd
A pencil and watercolour drawing of a girl standing with her hand on her hip, wearing a blue dress with a white apron and black shawl. Inscribed below on the modern mount, probably copied from an earlier one, Lady Ladd. The figure appears with the mother and daughter in RCIN 914456, in a bodycolour of the west end of St Georges Chapel at Harewood House, dated 1768. A watercolour version of the same scene is in the Royal Collection (RCIN 914553). The figure also appears in a view of the North…
drawing; album | British Museum
Portrait studies and sketches; including Thomas Jefferys, the map and print seller, street scenes, figure studies, animal studies and labouring life. Most drawings in graphite with brown and/or grey wash, some watercolour, one red chalk. Bound together in a red morocco leather album, with gold inscription on spine: 'DRAWINGS/ BY/ PAUL SANDBY/ R.A.' Contains 160 drawings, laid down on 65 leaves, many on same page; the individual drawings are listed below with their registration numbers…
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Paul Sandby (1731-1809) - A young girl, standing
A pencil and watercolour drawing of a young girl, standing, wearing a blue dress, pinafore, brown petticoat and large black sun hat with ribbons. The figure appears in reverse, apparently an offset, in a pencil drawing with three other figures in the British Museum (L.B.137.(44.a)).
Paul Sandby (1731-1809) - A girl in a sunhat, seen from behind
A pencil and wash drawing of a girl, standing full-length, seen from behind. She is wearing a large sun hat, gloves and a cape.