RMJ8GXH0–George III (1738–1820). Portrait of King George III by Allan Ramsay, oil on canvas, c.1770
RMAE1RR8–King George III in his royal attire. Hand-colored woodcut
RMFP16R9–Allan Ramsay - King George III in coronation robes
RMER931X–The rival gardeners. King George III of England and Napoleon I tend to their respective plants on opposite sides of a stream labeled The Channel. A cudgel marked British Oak floats down it. Napoleon bends over his drooping potted plant, surmounted by a cr
RM2BHBYR0–Portrait of George III of the United Kingdom (1738-1820) - A three quarter length figure of King George III seated in a General Officer's coat with the ribbons and star of the Garter, wearing the Garter around his leg; his hat and sword resting on a nearby table. Finished in 1771 it portrays the king at age 33, with a steady serious gaze, a ruddy healthy face, and a calm assured demeanor. Johan Zoffany, 1771
RMD6FY16–Allan Ramsay, King George III in coronation robes. Circa 1765 Oil on canvas. Art Gallery of South Australia
RMC619GD–King George III of Great Britain and Ireland, 1738 - 1820.
RMD991W2–Allan Ramsay (1713–1784) King George III (in coronation robes) 1761-1762
RMBHYKWJ–Portrait print circa 1762 of King George III of Great Britain.
RMCEBBFR–1830 engraving of King George III (George William Frederick).
RM2BGC4GD–KING GEORGE III of Great Britain and Northern Ireland painted by Johann Zoffany in 1771.
RMT2W7XC–Thomas Gainsborough, Portrait of King George III of the United Kingdom in parliamentary robes, 1785
RME70D4W–A statue of King George iii of England, in the grounds of Lincoln Castle, Lincolnshire UK
RMMKT01G–King George III of England
RMERFWA7–King George III portrait (Reigned 1760 - 1820). George's policies led to the loss of the American war and the loss of colonies. For the last ten years of his reign he was blind and mad. From Player's cigarette cards, based on the painting from the studio of Allan Ramsay which belongs to the National Portrait Gallery.
RMDCYN05–19th century - Reading the news of the entry of the French into Madrid to King George III - Anonymous (1809)
RMBXP3R1–Portrait of King George III of England; Black and White Illustration;
RFGJNEY7–Statue of King George III, Monument Place, London Road. Liverpool. ALLOM, 1829
RM2ATFR7E–King George III with his consort Queen Charlotte and their six eldest children, by Johan Zoffany, 1770
RM2AFEWKM–George III (1738–1820). Portrait of King George III, painting by Benjamin West (1738-1820), oil on canvas, 1783
RMMJ9FC6–King George III in British officer's uniform. Hand-colored woodcut
RMM92W15–King George III of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, 1738-1820, Reigned 1760-1820
RMG3BKA9–The Royal procession takes king George III to Westminster to open Parliament. Date: 1804
RMEEH6R8–King George III in coronation robes, circa 1765 Allan Ramsay
RM2D8BHGM–A facsimile of a 1775 proclamation from King George III warning American colonists against revolting against the crown is nailed to a treee at an Amer
RM2BJCM4B–King George III and his Family. After a painting dated 1787 by Thomas Stothard. King George III of England, 1738 -1820.
RMHHEKFG–Illustration depicting King George III (1738-1829) with his Consort Charlotte Sophia (1744-1818) and their family, including King George VI (1762-1830). Dated 19th Century
RMBKKT98–Vintage portrait engraving circa 1810 of King George III of Great Britain (1738 - 1820).
RMAJFC05–KING GEORGE III by Allan Ramsay portrait at Blickling Hall Norfolk
RMD30GBK–APRIL 23, 1789: KING GEORGE III. VISITING ST. PAUL'S AFTER HIS RECOVERY
RMT7YFG1–King George III (1738-1820), King of Great Britain and of Ireland, in Coronation Robes, portrait painting by Allan Ramsay, circa 1765
RMF37R59–The attempted assassination in 1786 of King George III by Mrs Margaret Nicholson, who was insane; the King survived.
RMBAX1H3–King George III Sir William Beechey
RMERGR6W–King George III, portrait. King of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland from 25 October 1760 until his death.
RMMPYD00–King George III of the United Kingdom (1738-1820), 1785.
RMBX5XRY–The Royal State Coach of King George III of England; Black and White Illustration;
RMBY624M–England Hampshire Portsmouth Historic Naval Dockyard Gilded statue of King George III dressed as Roman Emperor.
RME1NHN3–George III in Coronation Robes. George III 1738 – 1820, King of Great Britain 1760 - 1820.
RMM7E5DG–George III (1738–1820). Portrait of King George III in coronation robes by the studio of Allan Ramsay, oil on canvas, c.1760
RMDAX0R7–George III, King of England during the American Revolution. Hand-colored woodcut
RMB58Y4R–Portrait profile of King George III from restrike of Coin
RMG37XPE–King George III of England
RMT53A2T–GEORGE III (1738-1820) contemporary print showing the 74-year old King on the terrace of Buckingham Palace with a bell for attracting attention
RMBXR94M–George III (London ,1738-Windsor, 1820). King of Great Britain and Ireland (1760-1820), elector (1760-1814) and king of Hanover.
RM2M651WP–King George III of Great Britain and Ireland, 1738 - 1820. From a print by Richard Houston after the painting by Johann Zoffany
RMD95JRD–George III (1738-1820) King of Great Britain and Ireland from 1760. Full-length portrait in military uniform by William Beechey (1775-1839)
RMCC8YFJ–A bust of King George III in the grounds of Lincoln castle, Lincolnshire, England.
RMCY6J84–Pulling down the statue of George III by the 'Sons of Freedom,' at the Bowling Green, City of New York, July 1776
RMEDNW8M–A new way to pay the national-debt, Cartoon shows King George III and Queen Charlotte standing before the Treasury
RMA8B4RF–King George III Equestrian Statue, Snow Hill, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire, England, UK
RMF390P5–The death of King George III at Windsor Castle on 29 January 1820; he was later buried on 16 February in St. George's Chapel, Windsor Castle, England.
RMA1JMT4–King George III 3 Reg fid def pre decimal half penny old pence P 1806 copper bright head right laurel leaf
RMERGCDN–George III - portrait: 1738 - 1820. King of Great Britain and Ireland, from 1760 until his death.
RMDDMKT9–Assassination attempt on King George III, 1786. Artist: Francis Jukes
RMR23HJ3–The rival gardeners. King George III of England and Napoleon I tend to their respective plants on opposite sides of a stream labelled 'The Channel.' A cudgel marked 'British Oak' floats down it.
RM2ACPCM3–King George III by studio of Allan Ramsay at the National Portrait Gallery, London, UK
RME28K5T–George III in Coronation Robes. George III King of United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. George William Frederick 1738 – 1820)
RMM7A6TR–George III (1738–1820). Portrait of King George III in coronation robes, painting by the studio of Allan Ramsay
RMA6JCTR–King George III in gold brocade trimmed with ermine fur 1767. Hand-colored woodcut
RMHTKRH2–Allan Ramsay - King George III in coronation robes
RMCWATT2–King George III. Courtesy: CSU Archives / Everett Collection
RMK2HC7X–George III Receiving the Turkish Ambassador Yusuf Aga Efendi, in London December 1793
RMBN6F49–George III (London ,1738-Windsor, 1820). King of Great Britain and Ireland (1760-1820), elector (1760-1814) and king of Hanover.
RMC618KK–George III, 1738 - 1820. George William Frederick, King of Great Britain and Ireland and King of Hanover 1815 to 1820.
RMC45C88–George III, King of England (1738-1820)
RMABDRPJ–Portrait of a young George III Prince of Wales
RMBCT4XN–His most sacred majesty George III, King of Great Britain, etc,
RM2B0GR8H–James Ward, English, 1769–1859, After William Beechey, (British, 1753–1839), King George III Reviewing the Prince of Wales' Regiment, 1800, Engraving on paper, Overall: 22 1/4 x 25 7/8 in. (56.5 x 65.7 cm
RMCR06KE–The Princess Elizabeth, 1770 – 1840. Third daughter of King George III. From The Magazine of Art published1878
RMF344AJ–A visiting group of Indians or Native Americans from the North American colonies at the Court of George III in London, 1777.
RMA1JMRB–King George III 3 Reg fid def pre decimal half penny old pence P 1799 copper bright head right long hair curl sash
RMW7D6E1–Charlotte, Queen Consort of King George III of Great Britain. Artist: Thomas Frye
RMDDMM1G–Procession of King George III and Queen Charlotte to St Paul's Cathedral, London, 1789. Artist: Thomas Rowlandson
RMKHPFJY–Portraits of the family of King George III: Prince Adolphus 1, Caroline Princess of Wales 2, Prince Frederick 3, Prince Ernest 4, Prince Augustus 5, Princess Charlotte 6, Prince Edward 7, Prince WIlliam Henry 8, Prince George, Prince Regent 9,10. Chromolithograph by W. Griggs from Frederick Rathbone's Old Wedgwood, the Decorative or Artistic Ceramic Work Produced by Josiah Wedgwood, Quaritch, London, 1898.
RMPJW9CD–King George III by Sir William Beechey (2).
RMA6X829–King George III attributed to Paul Petit. London, England, c.1750.
RM2H37RWP–George III (1738–1820). Portrait of King George III, painting by Thomas Gainsborough,(1727-1788), 1785
RMA27NHR–Americans tearing down the statue of English king George III in New York City to celebrate Declaration of Independence 1776. Hand-colored woodcut
RMP9CA4M–Portrait of the King George III of the United Kingdom (1738-1820) in his Coronation Robes. Museum: Art Gallery of South Australia.
RMA2BF2H–King George III House of Hanover EDITORIAL USE ONLY
RMP09P9D–. King George III in coronation robes . c.1765? 280 Allan Ramsay - King George III in coronation robes - Google Art Project
RMDJ93XF–George III (1738-1820). King of Great Britain and Ireland later King of the United Kingdom and of Hanover. Engraving. Colored.
RMA43NCX–Prince Augustus Frederick, 1773 - 1843. Duke of Sussex, Earl of Inverness, Baron Arklow. Son of King George III.
RMC45C8B–George III, King of England (1738-1820)
RMHKN619–King George III of England by Johann Zoffany
RMBCMG23–His most sacred majesty George III, King of Great Britain, etc, 1762
RM2B0GR8G–William Beechey, British, 1753–1839, King George III Reviewing the Prince of Wales' Regiment of Light Dragoons, Attended by the Prince of Wales, the Duke of York and Other General Officers, c. 1794, Oil on canvas, 46 5/16 x 56 3/16 in. (117.6 x 142.7 cm
RMHRNPBN–NYC, Pulling Down Statue of George III, 1776
RMCWB1J5–George III, (1738-1820), King of Great Britain and Ireland 1760-1801.
RMGB2X86–Statue of King George III on Pall Mall in London, England. The king rides a horse.
RMB0KCPY–George III, King of Great Britain and Ireland, (1836). Artist: Samuel William Reynolds
RMDT9NT3–Portrait of the King George III of the United Kingdom (1738-1820) in his Coronation Robes, ca 1770. Artist: Ramsay (1713-1784)
RMBT4904–A portrait of Queen Charlotte, wife of King George III, with her first son, the future Prince Regent, later George IV.
RMPCTWDJ–Allan Ramsay - King George III in coronation robes -
RMB1PATP–King George 3 III 1760 1820 John Nost III the Younger 1767
RMW403GK–George III (1738–1820). Portrait of King George III in Coronation Robes by Allan Ramsay (1713-1784) and studio, oil on canvas, c.1765
RMB8G9AD–Frederick North known as Lord North prime minister to King George III. Hand-colored woodcut
RMRCWKRB–Portrait of the King George III of the United Kingdom (1738-1820) in his Coronation Robes. Museum: State Hermitage, St. Petersburg. Author: Dance, Sir Nathaniel.
RMAWN9P4–Copper Horse statue, Windsor Great Park, Berkshire
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