A Century of British Painters

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INDEX TO PLATES
ANONYMOUSplate1 LAWRENCE, Thomasplate60
BACON, Nathaniel2 LELY, Peter4
BARRET, George59 LESLIE, Charles Robert79
BEWICK, Thomas43 LINNELL, John82
BLAKE, William53, 54 MARTIN, John93
BONINGTON, Richard P.94-96 MONAMY, Peter12
CALVERT, Edward55 MORLAND, George46
CANALETTO, Antonio10 MULREADY, William73, 74
CHALON, John James57 PALMER, Samuel98, 99
CONSTABLE, John88-91 RAEBURN, Henry61-63
COPLEY, John Singleton32, 33 RAMSAY, Allan9
COSWAY, Richard52 REYNOLDS, Joshua17-23
COTMAN, John Sell86, 87 ROMNEY, George34-36
COX, David92 ROOKER, Michael Angelo40
COZENS, Alexander47 SANDBY, Paul49
COZENS, John Robert48 SCOTT, Samuel11
CROME, John83-85 SNELLING, Matthew51
DE WINT, Peter58 STUBBS, George44, 45
DYCE, William100 TURNER, Joseph Mallord William
ETTY, William7865-72
FRITH, William Powell80, 81 VARLEY, Cornelius16
FUSELI, Henry37 VARLEY, John15
GAINSBOROUGH, Thomas24-31 WARD, James56
GIRTIN, Thomas50 WEBSTER, Thomas77
HAYDON, Benjamin Robert76 WEST, Benjamin42
HOGARTH, William5-8 WILKIE, David75
HOPPNER, John64 WILSON, Richard13, 14
KNELLER, Godfrey3 WRIGHT, Joseph38, 39
LANDSEER, Edwin97 ZOFFANY, Johann41

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