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Robert I Smirke
Robert Smirk
Robert Smirke
Robert Smirke, R. A.
Smirke, R.
Smirke, Rob
Smirke, Robert
Smirke, Robert (English painter and illustrator, 1752-1845)
Smirke, Robert I
Smirke, Robert ((painter))
Dates: 
1752-1845
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contributor
illustrator
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Boydell, John (1719-1804)
Boydell, Josiah (1752-1817)
Cervantes Saavedra, Miguel de (1547-1616)
Daniell, William (1769-1837)
Fuseli, Henry (1741-1825)
Hamilton, William (1751-1801)
Le Sage, Alain René (1668-1747)
Northcote, James (1746-1831)
Pollard, Robert (1755-1838)
Shakespeare, William (1564-1616)
Smirke, Mary
Warren, Charles Turner (1767-1823))
Westall, Richard (1765-1836)
Titles: 
adventure of Hunch-back, The
Adventures of Don Quixote
adventures of Gil Blas of Santillane, The
Arabian nights entertainments, carefully revised and occasionally corrected from the Arabic. To which is added, a selection of new tales, now first translated from the Arabic originals. Also, an introduction and notes, illustrative of the religion, manners and customs, of the Mahummedans. By Jonathan Scott,... With engravings from paintings by Smirke. In six volumes. Vol. I [-VI]., The
Book illustrators in eighteenth-century England, 1975
boydell shakespeare gallery|shakespeare gallery
collection of prints, from pictures painted for the purpose of illustrating the dramatic works of Shakspeare, A
Commemoration of the four great naval victories obtained by the English d*. -
Condemnation of Anne Boleyn
Don Quixote de la Mancha
Hesper appearing to Columbus in prison
Mille et une nuits.
[Picturesque beauties of Shakespeare, being a Selection of scenes engraved under the direction of Charles Taylor].
Preservation
Proposals for engraving by subscription, five prints: being after a part of a collection of pictures presented to the Corporation of the City of London, by Alderman Boydell. Painted in fresco by J. F. Rigaud, by Rob. Smirke, Esq. R. A. Four of them on the Angles, under the Cupola, in the Common-Council Room, in Guildhall. I. Providence. II. Innocence. III. Wisdom. IV. Happiness. Represented by Allegorical Emblems. V. Conjugal Affection, Or Industry and Prudence. Painting ESQ.R.A. For a further explanation of the whole Collection, see the Catalogue of the Pictures at Guildhall, price sixpence; the profit of which will be appropriated to the servants, who will have an extra trouble in waiting upon the company, and keeping the room in order
Rasselas
Review of a battalion of infantry including the eighteen manoeuvres ... forming an easy introduction to this part of the system of military discipline : to which is added, an appendix
seven ages of man (painting series)|the seven ages, the
Under the patronage of, and dedicated, by permission, to, the honourable the court of directors of the East India Company. Lord Cornwallis receiving as hostages the two sons of Tippoo Sultaun. Proposals for publishing by subscription, a print, taken from the above interesting and splendid event, to be engraved by Mr. W. Sharp, from a picture by Mr. R. Smirke
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