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"A beggar walking" by Paul Sandby, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745. British Museum, Accession #Nn,6.52.

A beggar walking, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of whole-length to front Pen and grey ink and grey wash, with watercolour

Men sitting on benches in a public place, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745 Pen and grey ink and grey wash, with watercolour

Recto Men sitting on benches in a public place, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745 Pen and grey ink and grey wash, with watercolour © The Trustees of the British Museum

Paul Sandby (1731 – 1809 )    from the Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

SANDBY, Paul British of George Bubb Dodington and Sir Thomas Robinson circa 1761

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“Figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745.”

“Figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of

Paul Sandby (1731-1809) A Servant to the Duke of Cumberland circa 1752circa 1770 Pencil, pen and ink and watercolour | 11.9 x 5.8 cm (sheet of paper) | RCIN 914486

Paul Sandby A Servant to the Duke of Cumberland circa 1770 Pencil, pen and ink and watercolour

Paul Sandby, Portrait of Captain Vaughan RA; WL to front, leaning against a low wall, wearing uniform Brush drawing in brown wash, over graphite

Paul Sandby, Portrait of Captain Vaughan RA; Gulliver Act 1 Scene 2 (older and scruffier)

Group of figures, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745; a man carrying three-legge...

Group of figures, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of a man carrying three-legged stool Paul Sandby British Museum .

Paul Sandby (1731-1809) Bob Nunn, one of the Duke's gardeners at the Great Lodge  circa 1752circa 1765  Pencil and watercolour | 23.6 x 15.3 cm (sheet of paper) | RCIN 914318

Paul Sandby Bob Nunn, one of the Duke's gardeners at the Great Lodge circa 1765 Pencil and watercolour

Sketches from Scotland after 1745. Bagpiper and boy. Details - blue coat, brown breeches and what looks like blue stockings. Interesting details is the brown vague thing visible above his knees. It could be a long loose waistcoat that's very floppy in fabric, or more likely a smock style shirt that's not been tucked in and hanging down below the waistcoat. Boy is in red jacket and possibly baker-boy type hat. The coat's too long for him and comes down to his calfs and dark coloured…

Sandby, A Bagpiper and a boy, one of the figure sketches made in Edinburgh and the neighbourhood after the rebellion of 1745 Pen and grey ink and grey wash, with watercolour

Coalman: 1759  Paul Sandby  © Museum of London

Coalman: 1759 Paul Sandby © Museum of London, Nik and Nak, puffy sleeves and waistcoat(?

British Tars, 1740-1790: colored jacket

The exhibition "Victoria & Albert: Art & Love 'Gallery Queen at Buckingham Palace, London, 12 March "Sock Seller" by Paul Sandby ca.

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