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Malta Harbour

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RCIN 26305 - Cabinet

Ebony and tortoiseshell cabinet, two doors, each with central heart and other raised red tortoiseshell shapes; set in gilt metal and silver work above drawer and slip. Opens to eight drawers, a broken pediment and coat of arms above concealed mirrored Read more about RCIN 26305 - Cabinet

London after the Fire

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The Birds of America, from original drawings ; v. 2 / by John James Audubon

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RCIN 912778 - Archers shooting at a herm

The handful of 'presentation drawings' that Michelangelo produced during the latter half of his life, and especially around 1530, stand at the very pinnacle of European draughtsmanship. Made as gifts for his closest friends, they were Read more about RCIN 912778 - Archers shooting at a herm

RCIN 405776 - Andrea Odoni

This portrait of the successful Venetian merchant Andrea Odoni (1488-1545) is one of the most innovative and dynamic portraits of the Italian Renaissance by Lorenzo Lotto, recently returned to Venice after thirteen years in Bergamo and anxious to Read more about RCIN 405776 - Andrea Odoni

Wall decoration in grotesque beneath a lunette vault

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RCIN 407508 - Francis Rawdon-Hastings (1754-1826), Second Earl of Moira and First Marquess of Hastings

Both Frederick, Duke of York, and his elder brother George, Prince of Wales (later George IV), were close friends of the Marquess of Hastings (1754-1826). A contemporary report suggests that Hastings commissioned this portrait as a gift for the Duke of Read more about RCIN 407508 - Francis Rawdon-Hastings (1754-1826), Second Earl of Moira and First Marquess of Hastings