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0000 0001 2134 1830
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Rowlandson, T.
Rowlandson, Thomas
Rowlandson, Thomas (English caricaturist and watercolorist, born 1756 or 1757, died 1827)
Thomas Rollandson
Thomas Rowlandson
Dates: 
1756-1827
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Ackermann, Rudolph (1764-1834))
Biencourt (18..-18..? donateur)
Combe, William (1742-1823)
Fores, Samuel William (176.?-184.?)
Grego, Joseph (1843-1908)
Hayes, John Trevor (1929-)
Malton, Thomas (1748-1804)
Pugin, Augustus Charles (1762-1832)
Summerson, John Newenham (1904-1992)
Wark, Robert R.
Werner, Jack
Whittle, T. (17..-18.. éditeur)
Woodward, G. M. (approximately 1760-1809.)
Woodward, George Moutard (approximately 1760-1809.)
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Adorable amour
Adventures of Doctor Comicus
adventures of Johnny Newcome in the navy;, The
Allerlei Liebe : erotische Graphik
amorous illustrations of Thomas Rowlandson, The
Art and appetites : Studien zur Ästhetik des Grotesken bei John Hamilton Mortimer und Thomas Rowlandson
Awkward squads studying the graces!!
beauties of Boswell, The
British liberty French liberty
bull and mouth, The
Business and pleasure
catalogue of watercolour drawings by Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827), A : [for sale by Frank T. Sabin]
Chesterfield burlesqued;
Chesterfield travestie;
Comedy in the country. Tragedy in London
dance of life, a poem, The
Death and Bonaparte
[Délassements champêtres. Chasse au ballon.]
Doctor Syntax, in the middle of a smoaking hot political squabble, wishes to whet his whistle
Doctor Syntax's three tours: in search of the picturesque, consolation, and a wife. The original ed., complete and unabridged, with the life and adventures of the author, now first written
Dover Castle, with the setting off of the balloon to Calais, in january 1785 [estampe]
Dr. Comicus, or, The frolics of fortune.
Drawings by Thomas Rowlandson in the Huntington collection
drawings of Thomas Rowlandson in the Paul Mellon Collection, The
Dutch Night-Mare or the fraternal hug returned with a dutch squeese [estampe]
England invaded, or Frenchmen naturalized [estampe]
English dance of death, from the designs of Thomas Rowlandson, with metrical illustrations, The
Fünfzig erotische Grotesken : handkolorierte Lichtdruck-Reproduktionen in der Grösse der Originale
glee, A
grand master; or, Adventures of Qui Hi? in Hindostan., The
HACKNEY ASSEMBLY
His drawings and water-colours
history of Johnny Quae Genus, the little foundling of the late Doctor Syntax, The
[Illustrations from Hudibras]
INN YARD ON FIRE
Irish howl [estampe], An
John Bull making observations on the comet
journal of a tour to the Hebrides with Samuel Johnson, LL.D., The
Journal of sentimental travels in the southern provinces of France, shortly before the revolution;
LADIES TRADING ON THEIR OWN BOTTOM
lecture on heads, A
Medical caricatures
microcosm of London by T. Rowlandson & A.C. Pugin, The
microcosm of London or London in miniature, The
military adventures of Johnny Newcome, The : with an account of his campaign on the Peninsula and in Pall Mall and notes
military adventures of Johnny Newcome, with an account of his campaign on the Peninsula and in Pall Mall and notes, by an officer. With fifteen coloured sketches by T. Rowlandson., The
MISERIES' DOMESTIC
mistake at New-Market or sport and piety, A
Mr Bullock's exhibition of Laplanders
Mrs. Showwell
Odd fellow from Downing Street complaining to John Bull
Off she goes
old womans complaint, or the Greek alphabet, The
Our old friend Rolly : watercolours, prints, and book illustrations by Thomas Rowlandson in the collection of the Art Gallery of Ontario
Pastime in Portugal or a visit to the nunnerys
Pidgeon hole. A Convent [sic] Garden contrivance to coop up the gods
Pleasures and miseries of the metropolis
Print Sale, A
Public characters
Quaker, and the Commissioners of excise, The
Rowlandson drawings : from the Paul Mellon Collection
Rowlandson's drawings for a tour in a post chaise
Rowlandson's drawings for "The English dance of death"
Rowlandson's Oxford
Rowlandson's Tour in a post chaise 1782, from his studio in London to the wreck of the "Royal George" sunk at Spithead
Rowlandson's world in miniature, 1816:
Rowlandson the caricaturist; a selection from his works, with anecdotal descriptions of his famous caricatures and a sketch of his life, times, and contemporaries
Rowlandson; watercolours and drawings
Rural Sports. Balloon Hunting [estampe]
second tour of doctor Syntax, in search of consolation, The : a poem.
secret history of Crim Con. figr 1, The
selection of the most admired and original German waltzes, never before published, A : adapted for the harp, or piano-forte : most respectfully dedicated, by permission, to Her Royal Highness Princess Charlotte of Wales
Something new, or Suwarrow and his looking glass since I have crept in favour with myself I will maintain it with some little cost [estampe]
[Study drawings of monsters, men, and acrobats]
SUDDEN SQUALL in HYDE PARK, A
sweet little girl that I love, The
The amorous illustrations of Thomas Rowlandson.
Thomas Rowlandson, his drawing and water-colours
Thomas Rowlandson's Doctor Syntax drawings : an introduction and guide for collectors
Tient bien ton bonnet, et toi defend ta queue [estampe]
Time and Death thier Thoughts impart on Works of Learning & of Art
tour in search of the picturesque
tour of Doctor Syntax ..., The
Tour of Doctor Syntax through London
Vaux-Hall
Verlustigingen : erotische gedichten en karikaturen
vicar of Wakefield: a tale, The
watercolor drawings of Thomas Rowlandson, from the Albert H. Wiggin Collection in the Boston Public Library;, The
Watercolours & drawings by Thomas Rowlandson : [exhibition] The Arts Council, London, 1950
Witches in a hay loft
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