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Napoleonic Swords and Sabers Collection: Mamluk Style Officer Sword Napoleonic Period

William II King of Holland, When Prince of Orange John Singleton Copley English Heritage, The Wellington Collection, Apsley House

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Mawdisty Best And His Brother Outside Rochester Cathedral John Opie – English)

The same brothers, /Lord John Stuart and His Brother/. a few years after, on the eve of the English Civil War (c. 1641).  Anthony Van Dyck

Sir Anthony Van Dyck George, Lord Digby, and William, Lord Russell Painting Reproduction Art On Canvas

rudolf tewes - self portrait  Google Search

John Luke - Self Portrait, 1928 1928 Oil on canvas on board, x cm National Museums Northern Ireland

James Sant (1820 – 1916, English) - The student

The Student (‘Lo! Where the stripling, wrapt in wonder, roves’). James Sant (British, Oil on canvas. University of Dundee Fine Art Collections. The Youth of a Poet by James Beattie “Lo!

John James Ruskin (1785–1864), by George Watson, 1802, The Brantwood Trust. John Ruskin's father, John James, was a wealthy wine merchant of Scottish origins, partner in the firm John Ruskin, Telford & Domecq.

Portrait of John James Ruskin 1802 by George Watson (Scottish sitter was the father of John Ruskin (leading English art critic of the Victorian era), was a wealthy wine merchant born in Edinburgh, partner in the firm John Ruskin, Telford & Domecq.

Portrait of Lieutenant Colonel S. Coote Martin (1793-1815) ca.1815 - John James Masquerier - The size & manner of its execution might indicate that it was a gift to his wife, whom Masquerier also painted in 1811. The downward gaze would be extremely unusual in a more formal portrait, & it seems improbable that this sketch was executed as a preliminary to a further work. The buff collar is in fact the priming visible before the application of the dark blue of the Grenadier Guards facings.

Coote Martin, British officer of the Grenadier Guards (John James Masquerier, c.

Portrait by John Singer Sargent

Douglas Haig Earl Haig, Soldier (study for a portrait in 'General Officers of World War I') John Singer Sargent National Galleries of Scotland, Scottish National Portrait Gallery