Caricature of Queen Caroline, accompanied by Bergami, crowning with a wreath a bust with a Phrygian cap in the palace of Murat, accompanied by Pauline Borghese to whom a courtier hands a card labelled ‘Principessa Paulina’.”–British Museum online catalogue.
“View of hall with gardens and river in foreground, crossed by bridge at right with a courting couple; other figures in foreground including fishermen in centre foreground, a woman with child sitting at right and gardeners at left; poem in three columns lamenting the death of the Earl below.”–British Museum online catalogue.
Printmaker: Spilsbury, Jonathan, approximately 1737-1812, printmaker.
Title: A perspective view of Dilston Hall, once the seat of the unfortunate James, Earl of Derwent-water [graphic] / T. Oliver delin. ; Spilsbury sculp., Russel Court, London.
Publication: [London] : [publisher not identified], … published according to act of Parliament, July 17, 1766.
King Henry VIII leads Anne Boleyn towards the throne. A melancholy Cardinal Wolsey leans his head in his hand as he glances sideways toward the couple. In the background Katherine of Aragon sitting in another throne and turns away from the couple to converse with Anne’s former lover, Lord Percy. A young page carries the train of Anne’s dress as she enters the palace.