RMBP280F–1726. GOOD FRIDAY PROCESSION IN THE VIA DOLOROSA
RMDTF4CB–James Hutton (1726-1797)
RMG3NBA1–Sir Henry Raeburn - James Hutton, 1726 - 1797. Geologist
RMT96JRD–John Howard (September 2, 1726 - January 20, 1790) was a philanthropist and early English prison reformer. He was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1773, initially for a one-year period. Rather than delegating his duties to the under-sheriff as was customary, Howard inspected the county prison himself. He was shocked by what he found, and spurred into action to inspect prisons throughout England.
RMMKJD2H–North and South America 1726
RMR4KG8T–North and South America 1726, Seutter, M.
RMD87R6C–MOURNING, MEXICO 1726
RM2A25CB5–Sir Isaac Newton (1642 – 1726) English mathematician, physicist, astronomer, theologian, and author
RF2FWPHBK–Richard, First Earl Howe (1726-1799), after Gainsborough. TALLIS c1855 print
RMT5KCC0–GULLIVER'S TRAVELS Title page of the 1726 book by Jonathan Swift
RMDBYJ51–Michel-Richard Delalande (1657-1726), french baroque composer. Engraving, ca.1700.
RM2H65E6H–Sea port 1726 by Manglard Adrien, 1695-1760 Lyon - Rome, France French
RMBY25DJ–Self portrait of Sir Godfrey Kneller (1648-1726), Dutch portrait painter.
RFHDXMDK–Christian Felix Weisse, 1726-1804, a German writer and pedagogue, woodcut from the year 1882, digital improved
RMD6M4WR–Pieter Angillis, Covent Garden. Circa 1726 Oil on copper. Yale Center for British Art, Haven, Connecticut, USA
RMPBTND8–Portrait of Georg Friedrich Handel - Balthasar Denner, circa 1726
RM2B014XC–Indonesia: The island of Ternate with an active Mount Gamalama looming over the town's Portuguese fort. Illustration by Francois Valentijn (1666-1727), c. 1726. Ternate is the major island of the Maluku Islands (Moluccas), which were known to Europeans as the Spice Islands. Together with neighbor Tidor, Ternate was the single largest producer of cloves in the world. Previously administered by warring Muslims sultans, the Spice Islands were first landed by shipwrecked Portuguese sailors in 1512. The fort was built in 1522.
RM2ATPPWT–View of Constantinople, after a work dated 1726.
RMBP2807–1726. GOOD FRIDAY PROCESSION IN THE VIA DOLOROSA
RMERGPDC–Divorce according to Jewish custom. From 1726 engraving
RMKHNFPP–L & Co Ship 1726 logo used by Longmans Green and Company (now ‘Longmans’) as its publisher's or printer’s device from around 1880. The ship was chosen as the company’s founder Thomas Longman purchased an existing publishing house and began operating out of a shop called ‘The Ship’ in Paternoster Road in 1726. See more information below.
RMT952XC–Reflecting telescope. Invented and drawn by Isaac Newton (1642–1726/1727).
RMMM00DE–Harvard College by Wm. Burgis. Cambridge. 1726
RMKFP33X–Richard Howe, 1st Earl Howe 1726–1799
RMD87R6X–CANADIAN FUNERAL 1726
RMD95MFY–John Howard (1726-1790) English prison reformer. Howard League for Penal Reform named for him. Woodcut.
RF2FWPHAM–Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport (1726-1814). After Abbot. TALLIS c1855
RM2BDT9CR–GULLIVER'S TRAVELS by Jonathan Swift (1726) The Lilliputians tie Gulliver down.
RMRYCGWX–Flora, Gerard Valck, 1665 - 1726
RM2H65E6A–Landscape with a bull 1726 by van Lint Hendrik, 1684-1763 Antwerp, Roma, Italy ,Italian, Flemish, Belgium, Belgian,
RMW4YD85–Engraving of Hudibras beating Sidrophel and Whachum, by William Hogarth, 1726. From the New York Public Library. ()
RFHFT745–Daniel Niklaus Chodowiecki, 1726-1801, a Polish and later German painter and printmaker, at home in his family, Etching by himself, woodcut from the year 1885, digital improved
RMWHACKK–Nicolas Coustou. Louis XV as Jupiter 1726-33
RMF030AK–Laufen Hut (1726 m), Tennen Mountains, Salzburg, Austria.
RMK5A5HG–Diego de Almagro (1475-1538). Spanish conqueror. Engraving of 1726.
RM2M98BGM–London, England, in 1726 as seen by an anonymous artist.
RMBP2806–1726. GOOD FRIDAY PROCESSION IN THE VIA DOLOROSA
RMERGPY6–Isaac Roosevelt 1726-1794, portrait. Ancestor of Franklin D. Roosevelt. After the oil painting by Gilbert Stuart. FDR: 32nd
RMDEE80P–Jacobs Farmhouse (1726, historic, colonial period), Norwell, Massachusetts, USA
RMT96JT6–James Hutton and Joseph Black, natural philosophers, talking together. James Hutton (June 3, 1726 - March 26, 1797) was a Scottish geologist, physician, chemical manufacturer, naturalist, and experimental agriculturalist. He originated the theory of uniformitarianism - a fundamental principle of geology - that explains the features of the Earth's crust by means of natural processes over geologic time.
RFBK5C4X–Trinity Church dating from 1726 on Queen Anne Square in historic Newport, Rhode Island, USA
RMC8MBGM–Lieutenant General Sir Eyre Coote 1726 1783 Irish soldier British Army victory Battle of Wandiwash Bahadur the Brave War
RMRJN4DT–. Title page of 'Philosophical Experiments and Observations' 1726 by Robert Hooke (1798-1703) English chemist, physicist and natural philosopher
RFT2H8NX–Alexander Hood, 1st Viscount Bridport (1726-1814). After Abbot. TALLIS c1855
RM2BX7C2D–GULLIVER'S TRAVELS 1726 by Jonathan Swift. Gulliver explains life in England to the King in a 1920s illustration,
RM2A2N2XX–Map, Gerhard Valk (-1726), Copperplate print
RF2HK5CA1–Inspired by Judith with Holofernes' head, Philip van Dijk, 1726, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RMTA3BND–Die Ehescheidung (Divorce) by Paul Christian Kirchner's collection Juedisches Ceremoniell (Jewish Ceremonies). The divorce takes place here in a hall with a judge who seems to be listening to both parties.
RMCP8KMH–illustration from 1726 by William Hogarth, 1697 - 1764, a socially critical English painter and graphic artist, to Hudibras by S
RMWH9FMG–Admiral Richard Howe (1st Earl Howe) (1726-1799).
RMF4NNTH–Map showing location of Brobdingnag from first edition of 'Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World' better know as 'Gulliver's Travels' by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). See description for more information.
RMAFJT11–Mexico,Mexican,Central America,Pan,North Hispanic Mestizo,Guanajuato,history,colonial,capital,silver mining,Templo de San Roque,built 1726,residents w
RM2M651X4–Map of Milan, Italy, 1726. After an 18th century print by Daniel Stopendaal.
RMBP2808–1726. GOOD FRIDAY PROCESSION IN THE VIA DOLOROSA
RMA1A80J–Chalet from the year 1726, Bernese Oberland, Switzerland
RF2AHY1DB–Richard Howe. English, Admiral Howe. Born 1726, died 1799. Admiral of the fleet. Antique illustration, 1890.
RMT96JR4–John Howard visiting a prison: a group of inmates sitting or lying on the floor. John Howard (September 2, 1726 - January 20, 1790) was a philanthropist and early English prison reformer. He was appointed High Sheriff of Bedfordshire in 1773, initially for a one-year period. Rather than delegating his duties to the under-sheriff as was customary, Howard inspected the county prison himself. He was shocked by what he found, and spurred into action to inspect prisons throughout England.
RMFA7WB3–Marks under a teakettle by Paul Crespin, 1726, part of the silver collection at Ickworth, Suffolk. National Trust inventory number: 852071
RFB7APXW–James Hutton MD (Edinburgh, 3 June 1726 OS (14 June 1726 NS) – 26 March 1797) was a Scottish geologist, physician, naturalist,
RMD96PWF–Thomas Pennant (1726-1798) British zoologist, writer and traveller. From 'Encyclopaedia Londinensis'. (London, 1823). Stipple engraving.
RFT2H8NM–Richard, First Earl Howe (1726-1799), after Gainsborough. TALLIS c1855 print
RM2DBK27D–BUNCE ISLAND in the Sierra Leone River in 1726 when it was used as a slave trading station by the Royal African Company.
RM2A2N2Y4–Map, Gerhard Valk (-1726), Copperplate print
RF2HK5J7P–Inspired by Bust of Pierre-André de Suffren 1726-1788, Jean-Antoine Houdon, 1787, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RMTA34F4–Engraving from Paul Christian Kirchner's collection 'Juedisches Ceremoniell (Jewish Ceremonies) from Nuremberg. The bridal couple stand under the wedding canopy, the so-called chuppa. Chuppa is also used synonymously for the Jewish wedding itself.
RFCP8GGP–Christian Felix Weisse, 1726 - 1804, a German writer and teacher of the Enlightenment, Historische Zeichnung aus dem 19. Jahrhun
RMWHATHR–Covent Garden Piazza and market. London. 1726-30 by Van Akin
RMF4R9DF–Title page from 'Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World' better know as 'Gulliver's Travels' by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). See description for more information.
RM2PPXMN6–Eruption of Mt. Etna volcano, Sicily, Italy in 1726. After an 18th century painting by Alessandro d'Anna
RMBP280G–1726. GOOD FRIDAY PROCESSION IN THE VIA DOLOROSA
RMA1A81H–Chalet from the year 1726, Bernense Oberland, Switzerland
RM2F6W81Y–Author: Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki. The Artist and his Family - 1771 - Daniel Nikolaus Chodowiecki German, 1726-1801. Engraving on paper. Germany.
RM2NH9069–Mary Toft (1701-1763), also spelled Tofts, was an English woman who in 1726 became the subject of controversy when she tricked doctors into believing that she had given birth to rabbits. She claimed to have had a dream about rabbits while pregnant, in accordance with the theory of maternal imagination, but later admitted it was a hoax. Etching by William Hogarth, 1726. Colorized.
RMFA7WB1–Teakettle by Paul Crespin, 1726, and stand by Frederick Kandler, 1745, part of the silver collection at Ickworth, Suffolk. National Trust inventory number: 852071
RFCF84KD–Sir John Vanbrugh 1664 1726 English architect dramatist Blenheim Palace Castle Howard
RMG38EY6–JOHN HOWARD Prison reformer Date: 1726 - 1790
RMD963A2–John Howard (1726-1790) English prison reformer, inspecting French galley prisoners at work. Howard League for Prison Reform named after him. Wood engraving c1880.
RMA4HWEC–statute of john howard prison reformer in the 1726 bedford uk
RM2A2CW2W–JONATHAN SWIFT (1667-1745) Anglo-Irish politician and satirist. Title pages of ther first edition of Gulliver's Travels in 1726
RM2A2N227–Map, Germania, Gerhard Valk (-1726), Copperplate print
RF2HK5G6E–Inspired by Portrait of Cornelis Ploos van Amstel 1726-1798, George van der Mijn, 1758, Reimagined by Artotop. Classic art reinvented with a modern twist. Design of warm cheerful glowing of brightness and light ray radiance. Photography inspired by surrealism and futurism, embracing dynamic energy of modern technology, movement, speed and revolutionize culture
RMTA349D–This representation from the Juedisches Ceremoniell (Jewish Ceremonies) by Paul Christian Kirchner, after a copper engraving, supposedly depicting a Jewish marriage.
RFC21212–Digital improved image of Christian Felix Weisse, 1726 - 1804, portrait, historical illustration, 1880
RMWHAXH1–Travels of Lemuel Gulliver 1871.The Travels of Lemuel Gulliver into remote Nations of the World (1726) is more commonly known as Gulliver's Travels. . Gulliver's Travels (1726, amended 1735) is a work of fiction by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745) that is both a satire on human nature and a parody of the travellers' tales literary sub-genre. Swift's masterpiece, it is his most celebrated work and one of the indisputable classics of the English language..
RMF4NNTJ–Map showing location of Lilliput from first edition of 'Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World' better know as 'Gulliver's Travels' by Jonathan Swift (1667-1745). See description for more information.