RMPWK197–Portrait of Marie Antoinette - Alexander Kucharsky, 1792
RMFF89N6–FRENCH REVOLUTION, 1792. /nA citizen is forced to wear the three-colored cockade. Gouache attributed to Pierre-Etienne Le Sueur and his brother, 1792.
RM2A25KMC–Political club at a coffee house in Paris during the French revolution 1792
RMAABR1A–Invasion of the Assembly, June 20, 1792.
RM2B6CM2B–AZTEC MEXICAN SUN CALENDAR c1790 First drawing in the book by Antonio de Leon y Gama (1792). The book describes Aztec calendars and specifically the discovery of the Aztec calendar stone in México. This Spanish drawing depicts an aztec sun calendar. Sun God surrounded by a snake and various Aztec symbols
RMF5GA4W–Trial of Louis XVI France December 1792
RM2B8JY9T–Revolutionized: Journée du 20 juin 1792. Les citoyens du Faubourg Saint-Antoine and Saint-Marceau présentent a pétition au roi Louis XVI aux Tuileries. 1er arrondissement. nº154, p.554, 16-23 May 1792, des Revolutions de Paris de Prud'homme (factice title)
RMGG2AK3–Day of September 1792. Massacre of women at La Salpetriere France - French Revolution of 1789 Paris. Public Assistance
RMHRP154–Frontispiece, Tabulae Anatomicae, 1792
RMMKJE6A–Lady Liberty 1792
RMG389ND–COMMON LILAC Date: 1792
RFH8B535–Soldiers of the french republik, 1792 - 1799, History of fashion, costume story
RMFD7MA2–'The 10 August', 1792
RF2JHK1HA–Boscobel House, Shropshire. French Arms Quebec. Cromwell funeral escutcheon 1792
RMPDABPN–THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827) English artist and cartoonist. His print The Contrast, 1792 with opposing views of Liberty
RMRAH51D–Louis Leopold Boilly, Portrait of Jan Anthony d'Averhoult 1792 Oil on canvas, Centraal Museum in Utrecht, Netherlands.
RMH3DCK8–STORMING THE TUILERIES, AUGUST 10, 1792.
RM2AB6KCK–Georges Danton, circa 1792
RMFFB2W7–MAP OF PERU, 1792.
RM2A254K8–Portrait of Wiktorii Madalinskiej, 1792 by Jozef Faworski. The artist was active in the years 1790-1805
RMAABR31–Massacre in the prisons, September,1792.
RMPTA6XX–Dianthus Barbatus (Bearded Pink), pub. 1792 (hand coloured engraving). Creator: English School (18th Century).
RMEYF07Y–Monsignor Sibour (1792-1857), archbishop of Paris 17/10/2013 - 19th century Collection
RMT0HBDM–Lord Cornwallis receiving sons of Tipu Sahib as hostages in 1792
RMFF9XNT–GIOACCHINO ROSSINI /n(1792-1868). Italian composer. Lithograph, 1828, by H. Grevedon.
RMDTF7JN–Sir Roderick Impey Murchison (1792-1871)
RMTXGWKY–Adelaide of Saxe-Coburg Meiningen (1792-1849) German-born Queen-consort of William IV of Great Britain (1830-37). Portrait engraving published London 1832
RMHRP4T6–Storming the Tuileries Palace, 1792
RMMKJE6B–Battle at Tuileries 1792
RMG389PT–CROWN IMPERIAL Date: 1792
RFEH3C1F–Franz Sylvester Jordan, 1792 - 1861, German jurist and politician, wood engraving, around 1880
RMFD7M9X–'The 10 August', 1792
RF2HEKDC5–French Revolution. Princess Lamballe execution 1792 at the Temple, Paris 1792
RM2BGN64W–BATTLE OF VALMY 20 September 1792, painted by Horace Vernet in 1826. The windmill was burnt down on orders of the French commander on the day of the battle.
RMD82PPW–Arthur William Devis, Grinding Corn 1792-1795 Oil on canvas. Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut, USA.
RMH3DD2X–STORMING OF THE TUILERIES, AUGUST 10 1792
RM2B29DNT–Early French banknote issue during the French Revolution (Assignat) for 400 livres, (1792)
RMFFWJ6T–MEMBERS OF CONGRESS, 1792. /nPrinted list of Senators and Representatives along with their Philadelphia addresses, 1792.
RMD969T2–John Frederick Herschel (1792-1871) English astronomer and scientist, as a young man. Engraving
RMM6WDA9–Louis XVI and his family, prisoners in The Temple, Paris, France, 1792. Louis XVI, 1754 – 1793. Last King of France before the fall of the monarchy during the French Revolution. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
RMPTA6XW–Iris Sambucina (Elder Scented Iris), pub. 1792 (hand coloured engraving). Creator: English School (18th Century).
RMEYF0PR–Monsignor Sibour (1792-1857), archbishop of Paris 17/10/2013 - 19th century Collection
RMTWBHRW–King William II of the Netherlands (1792-1849), portrait painting detail, 1849
RMTXGWHR–Adelaide of Saxe-Coburg Meiningen (1792-1849) German-born Queen-consort of William IV of Great Britain (1830-37). Portrait engraving published London 1849 Engraving of Adelaide as a widow
RM2GGP7BX–James Watt (1736-1819) was a Scottish inventor and mechanical engineer whose improvements to the Newcomen steam engine were fundamental to the changes brought by the Industrial Revolution. Engraving after Carl Frederik von Breda, 1792. Colorized.
RMMKJE7H–French Revolution 1792
RMD86E17–Mens Fashion 1792
RFHEDC5B–Gustav Benjamin Schwab, 1792-1850, a German writer, pastor and publisher, from a woodcut of 1880, digital improved
RMMC6EHC–HOROSCOPE - PROCLUS The horoscope of the Neoplatonic philosopher, Proclus. From, The Philosophical and Mathematical Commentaries of Proclus, 1792,
RF2HEKDCN–View of the Hanbury Church and parsonage house, Staffordshire 1792 old print
RMF5AM6F–EPSOM DERBY 24 May 1792. Won by the 4/6 favourite John Bull ridden by Frank Buckle just beating 100/1 Speculator with Bustard third.
RM2B00XCT–China/UK: The reception of the Macartney Mission at the Qing Court. Hand-coloured etching by James Gillray (1756-1815), 1792. 'A caricature on Lord Macartney's Embassy to China and on the little which the Ambassador and his government are presumed to have known of the manners and tastes of the people they wanted to conciliate (the purpose of the visit was to propose the creation of a permanent English mission to the court of Peking). Chinese etiquette is, that extreme prostrations should be made before the Emperor, which it was intimated Lord Macartney would not conform to.'
RMH3DD5N–THE TRIAL OF LOUIS XVI., DECEMBER 11, 1792
RMPAFJ03–Louis XVI of France wearing a phrygian cap, drinking a toast to the health of the sans-culottes. Etching and mezzotint, with watercolor. 1792
RMFF8JN9–ABOLITION CARTOON, 1792. /nThe Abolition of the Slave Trade: English anti-slavery cartoon, 1792.
RMD95MJ2–Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) English poet, born near Horsham, Sussex. Engraving.
RMD45Y28–The trial of Louis XVI at the National Convention,1792.
RMFJR65W–Emma Lady Hamilton (1765 – 1815) in Naples, 1792
RMFFN622–Germany, principality of Weimar, announcment the election of the emperor of the Holy Roman Empire of the German ntion Franz II. at the 14th July of 1792, to read in all churches of the principality, reverse side.,
RMRD6GNX–Percy Bysshe Shelley, 1792 - 1822, British Romantic poet, historical illustration circa 1893
RMFFA1YB–CHARLES BABBAGE (1792-1871). /nEnglish mathematician and inventor: colored English engraving, 1871.
RMAAR2HH–Sir Roderick Impey Murchison 1792 1871
RMP6522T–Poster depicting heroes of the French struggle against aggressors: Left top: the cap of liberty 1792;top right Georges Clemenceau;Bottom left: Adolphe Thiers Paris commune;and Bottom right General de Gaulle world war Two.
RMG15J1E–A Vindication of the Rights of Woman: with Strictures on Political and Moral Subjects (1792), written by the 18th-century English feminist Mary Wollstonecraft, is one of the earliest works of feminist philosophy. In it, Wollstonecraft responds to those ed
RMMM1XWP–Union Bank. New London. 1792
RMG37T22–SHIRE HORSE 'Elephant' Date: circa 1792
RFHDXMG1–Jakob Michael Reinhold Lenz, 1751-1792, a Baltic German writer, woodcut from the year 1882, digital improved
RMMC6G07–Roman mythological image of the agricultural planetary god, Saturn. From the 1792, ed of Jacopo Guarana's, Oracoli, Auguri, Aruspici, Sabille, indovinia della Religione pagana.
RF2HEKDAW–Portrait of Samuel Richardson, Author of Clarissa 1792 old antique print
RM2BJ0677–The Harvest Cradle 1859 - John Linnell 1792-1882
RM2B01873–Russia: Adam and Eve as represented on a woodcut in a Russian lubok, 1792. A lubok is a Russian popular print, defined by simple graphics and narratives inspired by literature, religious stories and folk tales. Lubki prints were used as decoration in houses and inns. Early examples from the late 17th and early 18th centuries were woodcuts, then engravings or etchings were typical, and from the mid-19th century lithography. They sometimes appeared in series, which might be regarded as predecessors of the modern comic strip.
RMH3DDA7–THE MOB IN THE TUILERIES, JUNE 20, 1792
RME5CG3W–The gradual abolition of the slave trade or leaving of sugar by degrees - George III sitting at a table with the Queen and two of his daughters, and the Queen's Keeper of the Robes, Juliana Elizabeth Schwellenbergen holding a bottle of 'Brandy', discussing the use of sugar in moderation. Princess Elizabeth states that 'of late I have been very moderate. But I must have a bit now & then'; while her sister would 'rather want altogether than have a small Piece'. The title is a play on the words 'of' and 'off'; the 'abolition' of 'the slave trade or leaving' off 'sugar by degrees', 1792
RMFF7F3E–BANNEKER: TITLE PAGE, 1792. /nTitle page of Benjamin Banneker's 'Almanack' for 1792, published at Baltimore.
RMD96CK0–Francis II (1768-1835) Holy Roman Emperor from 1792. Francis I of Austria. Engraving.
RMM6WDA4–The Battle of Valmy, 1792. From Hutchinson's History of the Nations, published 1915.
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