A Catalogue Raisonné of the Works of the Most Eminent Dutch, Flemish, and French Painters: In which is Included a Short Biographical Notice of the Artists, with a Copious Description of Their Principal Pictures; a Statement of the Prices at which Such Pictures Have Been Sold at Public Sales on the Continent and in England; a Reference to the Galleries and Private Collections, in which a Large Portion are at Present; and the Names of the Artists by Whom They Have Been Engraved; to which is Added, a Brief Notice of the Scholars & Imitators of the Great Masters of the Above Schools, Volume 9
Smith and son, 1842 - Painters
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adorned Amsterdam appears artist's attired bank Baron Bart basket bay horse blue boat Bought British Gallery brown Buckingham Palace cattle centre child Christie and Manson collection of Mons colour Companion composed cottage cows distance Ditto dressed Duchess de Berri Duke Earl Edmund Higginson Engraved Exhibited for private farther side figures fishing smack foreground front view gentleman glass gray horse ground Hague hair Hamilton Palace hands united head Hermitage Palace Hesse Cassel hill Hillegom hilly holding horseback jacket knees lady landscape leaning Ludwigslust mantle Messrs Munich nearly a front Nieuwenhuys opposite side Painted Paris party peasant persons Petersburg picture pipe Portrait profile view Public Gallery represented river robe Royal Collection Rubens Saviour scarlet scene exhibits seated seen sheep Shugborough Hall silk Simon Clarke sits Sold spectator stands trees wearing Worth yellow young woman