Parasol, silk trimmed with fringe, silver, steel and morocco leather, 1810-11, probably made in London, England.
Dress, cotton embroidered with cotton, 1810-15, American.
Women’s gloves, machine-made knitted lace, late 18th or early 19th century, English or French.
Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington
Benjamin Robert Haydon
Oil on canvas
c. Unknown, 19th century
A Printed Handkerchief Showing The Cab Rates In Hackney London.
18th Century. English.
Red to a natural ground, the centre divided in four panels variously illustrating rates for Hackney Coaches, Hackney Chairs, Watermen on the Thames, and of the distances between principle cities of Great Britain, the border of transport-themed vignettes. | Christies
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres (1780–1867)
Portrait of Mlle Joséphine Nicaise-Lacroix, 1813
The Morgan Library