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Edward Matthew Ward

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Marie-Antoinette's (1753-93) Final Adieu to the Dauphin (1781-89) in the Prison of the Temple - Edward Matthew Ward
Marie-Antoinette's (1753-93) Final Adieu to the Dauphin (1781-89) in the Prison of the Temple - Edward Matthew Ward

The Royal Family of France in the Prison of the Temple in 1792, 1851 - Edward Matthew Ward
The Royal Family of France in the Prison of the Temple in 1792, 1851 - Edward Matthew Ward

Charles II (1630-85) and Nell Gwynne (1650-87) - Edward Matthew Ward
Charles II (1630-85) and Nell Gwynne (1650-87) - Edward Matthew Ward

Judge Jeffries (1648-89) Hurling Abuse at Richard Baxter (1615-91) at his Trial - Edward Matthew Ward
Judge Jeffries (1648-89) Hurling Abuse at Richard Baxter (1615-91) at his Trial - Edward Matthew Ward

Hogarth's Studio in 1739 - Edward Matthew Ward
Hogarth's Studio in 1739 - Edward Matthew Ward

King Charles II (1630-85) and Nell Gwynne (1650-87) - Edward Matthew Ward
King Charles II (1630-85) and Nell Gwynne (1650-87) - Edward Matthew Ward

The Fall of Edward Hyde (1609-74), 1st Earl of Clarendon, 1861 - Edward Matthew Ward
The Fall of Edward Hyde (1609-74), 1st Earl of Clarendon, 1861 - Edward Matthew Ward

The Fall of Clarendon - Edward Matthew Ward
The Fall of Clarendon - Edward Matthew Ward

The Prison of the Concierge - Edward Matthew Ward
The Prison of the Concierge - Edward Matthew Ward

The Orphan of the Temple - Edward Matthew Ward
The Orphan of the Temple - Edward Matthew Ward



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Paintings of the day

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The Drinker (detail) c. 1660 - Jan Steen
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Circle and Landscape 1977 79 - Jozsef Koszta
Circle and Landscape 1977 79 - Jozsef Koszta
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Cattle in an extensive landscape - (after) Thomas Sidney Cooper
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Fishing Boats off the Shore - Pieter Cornelis Dommerson
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Spirit of the Garden - Robert Reid
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Inn Interior - Thomas Rowlandson
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Three boors smoking and drinking in an inn - (after) Adriaen Jansz. Van Ostade
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Art News

Call for Artists: Paris/Berlin International Meetings - roARatorio, Paris FR France
Call for Artists: Residencies Available in South India - Art Residencies India, London UK United Kingdom
Call for Artist: Seeking New Studio Artists - Binney and Smith Gallery, Banana Factory, Bethlehem, PA, USA United States of America
Posing with Dignity: Photographing the Heroes of Our Community - Alexandria Black History Resource Center, Alexandria, VA, USA United States of America
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The Altered Landscape: Photographs from the Nevada Museum - Presentation House Gallery, North Vancouver, BC, CA
Call for Artists: Fifth International Design Contest - Trieste Contemporanea Committee, Trieste IT Italy
COUPLE ENDOWS FACULTY POSITION IN TEXTILES - International Quilt Study Center, Lincoln, NE, USA United States of America
Renata Castilho: Paintings - Sal & Carvão, Chicago, IL, USA United States of America
Two New Exhibitions: Pop Agenda and One to One - Fusebox, Washington, DC, USA United States of America
Dave Lewis: Photographs and Text Combine to Address Racism - Photographer's Gallery, London UK

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