A Book of British Etching: From Francis Barlow to Francis Seymour Haden

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HALF-TONE ILLUSTRATIONS
PART I
Sir Hubert von Herkomer, R.A., 149-1914.--Portrait of Sir Francis Seymour Haden, P.R.E., 1818-1910. Dr. H. Nazeby Harrington's collection Frontispiece Facing Page
Sir Anthony van Dyck, 1599-1641.--Six Portrait Etchings: Willem de Vos, Jan Brueghel, J. B. De Wael, Peter Brueghel ii, Frans Snyders, and J. Waverius, Statesman14
Wenzel Hollar, 1607-77.--Angling, after Francis Barlow15
Wenzel Hollar, St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle. Interior: The Nave 16
Wenzel Hollar.--Two Subjects: 1. South View of Old St. Paul's with the Spire. 2. Old St. Paul's: View of the Crypt17
Wenzel Hollar.--Two Subjects: 1. Portrait of James II as Duke of York, after Teniers. 2. Portrait of Charles I, after Van Dyck20
Wenzel Hollar.--Old London Bridge from Bankside21
Sir Anthony van Dyck.--The Reed offered to Christ22
Sir Anthony van Dyck.--Three Portraits: Paul du Pont, Justus Suttermans, and Antoine Triest23
Sir Anthony van Dyck.--Five Portraits: Antonie Cornelissen, Jan Snellinck, Erasmus, Philippe Baron Leroy, and Adam van Noort26
Sir Anthony van Dyck.--Four Portraits: Van Dyck himself, Paul de Vos, Josse de Momper, and Lucas Vorsterman the Elder27
J. A. McNeill Whistler, 1834-1903.--Two Thames Etching: Tyzac Whiteley & Co., and Black Lion Wharf40
J. A. McNeill Whistler.--Two Subjects: Balcony, Amsterdam, and La Marchande de Moutarde, 185841
Sir Hubert von Herkomer, R.A., 1849-1914.--Portrait of Sir F. Seymour Haden in 189248
Sir Hubert von Herkomer, R.A., The Old Shepherd and his Daughter49
Whistler.--Portrait of Annie Haden, 1860; Herkomer, Portrait of Dariah Haden, 189256
Alphonse Legros, 1837-1911.--Four Subjects: Le Triomphe de La Mort57
Alphonse Legros.--Two Subjects: After the Day's Work, and The Storm64
Alphonse Legros.--Two Subjects: La Mort et Le Bûcheron, and La Mort du Vagabond65
PART II
Thomas Rowlandson, 1756-1827.--Four Soft-ground Etchings, after Gainsborough80
John Laporte, 1761-1839, and William Frederick Wells, 1762-1836.--Four Soft-ground Etchings, after Gainsborough81

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