RMBYA5N7–CATO STREET CONSPIRACY 23 February 1820 - Bow Street Runners arrest the conspirators
RMKC601M–Coat, ca. 1820, European, linen
RMBP284K–1820. SEMITE MAN WITH DONKEY, WALL PAINTING FROM BENI HASAN, 1920 - 1900 B.C.
RME3NJDD–August Heinrich - At the Edge of the Forest - 1820
RMDTF6B9–Joseph Wolf (1820-1899)
RMHN2NDN–Emile Augier (1820-1889) and his wife 1885 France
RMMM1EAM–View of Haverhill. 1820
RMPRB676–John Varley, City on a River, Circa 1820, Watercolour on paper, Art Gallery of South Australia.
RMW8ACNF–Emperor Franz I of Austria in Field Marshal's uniform, decorated with the Austrian House Order, circa 1820
RMG4WAH8–KING GEORGE III: King George III (1738-1820), King of Great Britain and Ireland (1760-1820) and of Hanover (1815-1820). During his reign the American colonies were lost and Britain went to war with Revolutionary France. He became insane in 1811 and his son acted as regent for the rest of his reign.
RMC45C87–George III, King of England (1738-1820)
RM2B01E66–India: Vishnu as Vishvarupa. Watercolour painting, Jaipur, Rajasthan, c. 1800-1820. Vishnu (Sanskrit विष्णु Viṣṇu) is the Supreme god in the Vaishnavite tradition of Hinduism. Smarta followers of Adi Shankara, among others, venerate Vishnu as one of the five primary forms of God. Vishnu as the Cosmic Man (Vishvarupa) is portrayed here with four arms, each holding one of his attributes: a conch shell, a lotus flower, a mace and his circular wand, called Sudarshana chakra (meaning 'beautiful disc'). The small figures all over his body refer to his role as the Universal Man who encompasses all.
RMD98P9K–Prins Hendrik (1820-1879)
RMFAJP7D–View of The Isle of Arran, Firth of Clyde, Scotland, from Ardrossan in 1820. After the aquatint by William Daniell. From The Story of Scotland, published 1942.
RF2J87670–Chinese Turkistan 1820 AD. Western China & Central Asia. Kazakhstan 1935 map
RMDBYHBY–Gustave Nadaud (1820-1893), french poet and songwriter.
RF2M7C1WC–The Family of Charles I, print engraved by H. Bourne from a painting by Van Dyck, UK, 1820
RM2CW5DTC–COVENT GARDEN THEATRE SALON 1820
RMKC604H–Vest, 1820, American or European, silk
RMD654PR–1820 Revolution. Naples. The Austrian troops arriving in Naples to quell the uprising started by the Carbonari.
RME3NPYG–William Archer Shee - the Artist's Son - 1820
RMDTFC5Y–Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820)
RMGDAMN6–Vornehme Dame in blauem Kleid - Gentlewoman in blue dress Painter Kupelwieser, Leopold 1820/1830 Germany
RM2BDYAD8–Several Telescopes and Tripods, 1820
RMMKPWGF–Emigrants at Cork 1820
RM2A5YY4P–Hand-coloured etching titled 'French Conscripts for the Years 1820, 21, 22, 23, 24 & 25' by George Cruikshank (1792-1878) British caricaturist and book illustrator. Dated 1813
RM2F76GKY–JULES VERNE STUDIO STUDY Evocative Portrait of Jules Verne 1870's by celebrated French photographer Felix Nadar (1820-1910) Paris France
RFHHWN8G–Clothing, costumes of the students around 1820-1830, Germany, historical image or illustration, published 1890, digital improved
RMFD6PBX–Heiligenstadt in Vienna around 1820
RMPN0E9Y–Proclamation of King George IV, at the Royal Exchange, 31 January 1820
RMRJAYRH–Illustration of the constellation of Cassiopeia, circa 1820
RMW5E3R5–A 1920's illustration of British male and female riders in 1820 trying out the newly invented (or improved) Hobby Horse (aka velocipede or Dandy-Horse craze.
RF2HEKFF5–St Matthew's Church in Walsall, Staffordshire. Rebuilt 1820. SMALL 1798 print
RMDC93P4–The entrance (1820) of the Church Saint-Catherine in Limeuil, Dordogne, France.
RMPT2T4C–Karl Friedrich Schinkel, Castle by the River 1820 Oil on canvas, Alte Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany.
RM2C4BKFF–MONSTROSITIES OF 1819 & 1820 by George Cruikshank
RM2J0947T–Wrotham Park, Middlesex, 1820
RM2JCH516–History of Spain. Liberal Triennium (1820-1823). First liberal government of the Triennium (April 1820). The liberal deputies of different factions (moderate and radical) José Canga Argüelles (1771-1842) and Antonio Alcalá Galiano (1789-1865) are carried in triumph by the people of Seville, after a session of the Cortes, held in the church of the Jesuit College of San Hermenegildo. Both politicians had prioritised patriotic sentiment over political party confrontation and were honoured by the people. This is how the revolutionary people responded to the threats of the Holy Alliance. Due to the
RMG5TFNT–Portrait of opera singer Jenny Lind (1820-1887)
RMDTF42Y–Thomas Baines (1820-1875)
RMEGD84D–Women’s Skating, Competition on the, Stadsgracht in Leeuwarden, 21 January 1809, Nicolaas Baur 1767-1820, Dutch Netherlands
RMMC6GPE–Inner megaliths of the so-called 'Druid Circle' at Masham, built in 1820 by William Danby
RM2K4MYCC–Vintage glass 'Calabash' bottle American; Bottle; Glass 1820–1850 Glass; blown-moulded USA shaped after the green organic calabash bottle gourd or white-flowered gourd plant
RFHFG5WT–Georg Vierling , 1820 - 1901, was a German musician and composer, reproduction photo from the year 1895, digital improved
RMC45C86–George III, King of England (1738-1820)
RMP67P22–A view of the stable in Cato Street where the Cato St conspirators were arrested. The Cato Street Conspiracy, an attempt to murder Prime Minister Lord Liverpool, and all the British cabinet in 1820
RM2K02BF7–Russian soldier and peasant circa 1820
RM2B00NBX–Indonesia: Javanese script. John Crawfurd, History of the Indian Archipelago (1820). The Javanese script, natively known as Aksara Jawa (lit. 'the script of Java'), Hanacaraka, or Carakan, is a pre-colonial script used to write Javanese and several other native languages of Indonesia. It is closely related to the Balinese script. In everyday use, Javanese script has been almost entirely supplanted by Latin script which was introduced by the Dutch during the 19th century.
RF2T19E0J–Ordnance Survey sheet 28 Lundy Island, Devon 1820 old antique map plan chart
RMERGEHD–Highgate Archway in 1820. London, UK.
RMPRB6K3–John Constable, Flatford Mill, Circa 1820 Oil on panel, Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, USA.
RM2R2GPEK–CORONATION OF GEORGE IV in Westminster Abbey, January 1820
RM2BW6323–Elizabeth Kortright Monroe, circa 1820
RMPGRN74–Map of the African continent by the geographer A.H. Brue, published in Paris January 1820.
RMFTXB44–Emanuel Leutz - Nathan Flint Baker (1820-1891) - Cincinnati Museum Center
RMDTFC6J–Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820)
RMF3E5BM–Susanna van Collen Mogge and her Daughter 1776 Hermanus Numan 1744 - 1820 Dutch Netherlands ( wife of Hendrick Muilman wealthy Banker Amsterdam )
RMHRKMD0–Ì÷rsted Magnetic Needle, Electromagnetism, 1820
RMMM1YGT–Capitol Avenue. Hartford. 1820
RMMC84NW–Epinal print of cica 1820, portraying Nostradamus as a wandering scholar/wandering Jew.
RF2NH6EBB–Vintage fashion in Paris. The Great Longchamps Day, 1820. The various phases of feminine taste and aesthetics from 1797 to 1897
RFHFT76X–Student life around 1820-1830, a group of students, Germany, woodcut from the year 1885, digital improved
RMC45C88–George III, King of England (1738-1820)
RMRB916F–Mausoleum Interior 1820
RMRJH3J4–Traditional Russian woodcut illustration, circa 1820
RM2B017AG–Japan: 'A Standing Bijin'. Ukiyo-e woodblock print by Utagawa Kunisada (1786 - 12 January 1865), c. 1820. Utagawa Kunisada (1786 – January 12, 1865) was the most popular, prolific and financially successful designer of ukiyo-e woodblock prints in 19th-century Japan. In his own time, his reputation far exceeded that of his contemporaries, Hokusai, Hiroshige and Kuniyoshi. A speciality was bijin, or woodblock prints of beautiful women, as here.
RF2HJPRR7–This square tower in Jetty street commemorates the settlers who in 1820 founded Port Elizabeth. South Africa. Cape of Good Hope (1923)
RMERHEXM–John Tyndall - Irish physicist 1820-1893
RMPPECD4–Johan Christian Dahl - Study of an Agave 1820 Oil on canvas. National Gallery of Norway, Oslo, Norway.
RM2JM25JJ–KING GEORGE IV as Don Giovanni in an 1820 cartoon
RMKM46C8–Cass Expedition leaving Detroit, 1820
RMMG4X3D–The first Hindlip Hall, Worcestershire, England, before its demolition due to fire in 1820. From Old England: A Pictorial Museum, published 1847.
RMDTFC61–Sir Joseph Banks (1743-1820)
RM2BH14X2–Sarre Windmill in East Kent, built in 1820
RM2HJCJ7X–Print showing Native Americans in 1820 engaged in fur trading near the settlement of Chicago, with Fort Dearborn and the Chicago River in the background. Illustration from 1867.
RMMM1F7J–The Exchange Hotel. Worcester. 1820
RMMC6J5B–Bats from A History of the Earth and Animated Nature by Oliver Goldsmith 1820 handcoloured engravings
RMDEXA69–19th century - Cloister Gallery, around 1820 - Fleury Richard Philippe Sauvan-Magnet / Active Museum oil on canvas
RMD88DTX–Usa Chicago 1820
RFHFT770–Student life around 1820-1830, Students at work, Paukerei, Germany, woodcut from the year 1885, digital improved
RM2B01AKK–Japan: The actor Ichikawa Ebijuro. Ukiyo-e woodblock print by Toyokawa Umekuni (fl. early-mid 19th century), 1820. Ukiyo-e, literally 'pictures of the floating world', are a genre of Japanese woodblock prints (or woodcuts) and paintings produced between the 17th and the 20th centuries, featuring motifs of landscapes, tales from history, the theatre, and pleasure quarters. It is the main artistic genre of woodblock printing in Japan. Usually the word ukiyo is literally translated as 'floating world' in English, referring to a conception of an evanescent world and impermanent, fleeting beauty.