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Collection Descriptions
Adam and Charles Black Co. Ltd (St Bride Library)
Gift of A. & C. Black Co. Ltd, 1974. Nine boxes of copper and steel plates engraved for book illustration, includi...
Archives Collection (Louth Museum)
The collection is extensive containing indentures and other miscellaneous documents; architects\' drawings/ handbills...
Fine Art Collection (Potteries Museum & Art Gallery)
The paintings, drawings and sculpture collection covers mostly British art from the 19th. and 20th. C. There is also...
Fine Art Collection (Louth Museum)
The collection contains paintings, drawings, engravings (J W Wilson, Bartholomew Howlett; Peter De Wint; C.R. Morton;...
Fine Art Collection (D H Lawrence Birthplace Museum)
Small collection of framed pictures, including chromolithographs, engravings and a watercolour. No further collecting.
Fine Art Collection (Eyam Museum Ltd)
Collection contains 37 engravings, drawings and paintings, including watercolours and sketches by Clarence Daniel.
Fine Art Collection (Galleries Of Justice)
Small collection of legal prints and engravings.
Hornby Library (Liverpool Libraries)
Private collection of Liverpool merchant Hugh Frederick Hornby donated to city on his death in 1899, together with su...
Interdepartmental The William Blake Archive (University Of Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum)
At the Fitzwilliam Museum, William Blake can be studied in all his complexity, as an artist, as a poet, and as a myst...
Oak Room (Liverpool Libraries)
Fine and rare books collected by Liverpool libraries since 1852. Includes early printed books, manuscripts, illustrat...
Paintings, Drawings and Prints - French and English Satirical Prints (University Of Cambridge, Fitzwilliam Museum)
The Fitzwilliam Museum holds satirical prints from both England and France, picturing humourous and political stereot...
Pease Collection (Newcastle City Library)
A collection of prints and printed books associated with Thomas Bewick. 18th to 20th century
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