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Reverend G Neville Granville with his wife and children at Butleigh Court, Butleigh, Somerset

Buckler, Charles Alban (1825-1905)
NOTES: Butleigh Court was designed (1845-1851) for the Very Rev. G. Neville Granville by John Chessell Buckler with Charles Alban Buckler.

St Peter and St Paul, Steeple Aston, Oxfordshire: monument to Sir Francis and Lady Page, died 1741 and 1730

Scheemakers, Henry (d. 1748)
NOTES: The tomb was commissioned from Henry Scheemakers by Francis Page, better known as the 'Hanging Judge, on the death of his wife in 1730 and was completed in 1734.

Silhouette design for the central portion of a metal hinge of a cabinet to be mounted on red leather: the design features a shepherd with his wife, child and a sheep walking through the trees

Voysey, Charles Francis Annesley (1857-1941)
NOTES: This image is from a volume of drawings (entitled Vol II) by various designers produced for or presented to the Quarto Imperial Club, London, between 1892 and 1897.

Humourous illustration in the style of a Japanese print

NOTES: The illustration depicts a woman leaving a baby at the door of a house with a man looking out from the window. The door to the house is labelled 'Mr Batchelor' with the baby in a basket hung from the door knocker; the woman is labelled 'Ye Woman' and the man 'Forsaken'. It is presumably Spiers' reaction to a contemporary event.

Sarah Flitcroft

Flitcroft, Sarah
NOTES: Sarah Flitcroft was the wife of architect Henry Flitcroft.

Half-length portrait of a young man in three-quarter profile, possibly by Thomas Gainsborough

NOTES: Possibly part of Lewis Vulliamy's own art collection or that of his father, the celebrated clockmaker Benjamin Vulliamy. In the Lewis Vulliamy papers found in a paper folder inscribed 'Drawings and Sketches by / Cosway / Stothard / R Smirke Snr / Gainsborough'.