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Mr. Henry Dacombc.
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225 Engraving.
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—Oil and Water Colour Paintings.
Mr. F. J. Burnett.
Water Colour of Bargate, by W. II. Barfclett.
This is the original of an Engraving by E. J. Roberts in the " History of Hampshire " (Woodward, Loekhart and Co.), and appears in the second volume of that work.
On the back of this drawing is a pencil sketch of Calshot Castle, which is the original of an Engraving by E. Bramlard on the frontispiece of Vol. I. of the above History.
God's House Church, by W. H. Bartlett.
The Domus Dei, Goddes House, Southampton.
This was engraved by W. Wallis, and appears in the above work.
Town Walls and Western Shore, by W. H. Bartlett.
Also engraved by W. Wallis for the above work.
Itchen Ferry Artist unknown,
This is the original Drawing for Exhibit No. 446.
Water Gate, Artist unknown.
Belle Vne about 1782, by T. Bernard.
The Polygon about 1782, by T. Bernard.
The Opening of Dock Station 1840.
Group of 4 Views of Southampton 1812, by Allison.
Mr. J. J. Burnett.
Southampton from Four Posts, by Tobias Young.
North Side of Bargate 1620, by David Law.
Mrs. Thomas McCalmont.
Oil Painting by Shayer 1839, View on the Southampton Common, believed to be taken from near Bed Lodge.
Col. O. Candy.
Oil Painting of Old Farm House, Northam.
Water Colour Painting of Pigott's Yard, West Quay, by David Law.
Water Colour The Old Conduit, near St. Peter's Church.
Mr. Charles Cooksey.
Picture in black and white representing prints, etc., by W. Shayer, Sen. painted for his brother-in-law, Mr. Robert Young, of 21, Orchard Lane, Southampton, in the year 1814.
Oil Painting by Tobias Young on slate—A view at Botany Bay, Sholmg.
Portrait of William Brier, the celebrated Hamble Postman.
Portrait of another Postman, Burgess by name, of the beginning of the 18th century.
Alderman E. T. Cooksey.
Imaginary Picture of Roman Settlement at Clausentum, by Philip Brannon.
Mr. S. Cooksey.
Imaginary Picture of Medireval Southampton, by Philip Brannon.
Mr. W. Vauffhan Cotten.
Queen Elizabeth's visit to Southampton in 1591.
The painting represents the north front of the Bargate with the Mayor (Thomas Holmes), Sheriff (Thomas B obton), and Corporation in waiting to present the Queen with a purse containing £40. The picture is a faithful representation of the Bargate at that period, including the wooden lions, but not the arms of Sir John Mill.
The different coats of arms are brilliantly coloured, and it is particularly observable that full-length portraits of Henry VIII. and Anne Boleyn occupy the space since filled by Ascupart and Sir Bevis.
The picture was, without doubt, painted between 1591-4, as in 1594 one of the townsmen was fined £5 for ridiculing a picture of Queen Elizabeth then over the Bargate.
Mr. J. JDaeomle.
Water Colour Drawing—The Priory of St. Denis, Portswood, by Tobias Young.
Water Colour Drawing—Old Northam Bridge, by Tobias Young Oil Painting—Landscape, by W. Shayer, Sen.
Oil Painting—Coast Scene, by W. Shayer, Sen,
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