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Description: The English Print: 1688–1802
Index
PublisherPaul Mellon Centre
Index
Aberli, Johann Ludwig (engraver), 211
Ackermann, Rudolph (printseller), 284
Adam, Robert (architect), 176, 186, 246
Addison, Joseph (writer), 58, 58
portrait of, 9
advertising, xii, 10–12, 33–5, 52–5, 81–3, 89, 93, 119, 122, 143–4
in provincial newspapers, 12, 83, 89, 119–21, 141, 223–4
in colonial newspapers, 12
in continental journals, 93, 177, 232, 264, 267, 275, 277–8
Agneau, L’ (printseller), 111, 275
Aix-la-Chapelle, Treaty of, 150, 296n78
Aken, Alexander van (engraver), 111
Aken, Arnold van (painter), 135, 136
Albano, Francesco (painter), 36, 41, 289n11
Albin, Eleazer (naturalist and designer), 130, 298n60
Albinus, Bernard Siegfried (anatomist), 117
albums, 45, 76, 78, 141, 148, 167, 216, 272, 281
oeuvre volumes, 20, 40, 45, 111, 116, 127, 169, 215, 266, 272, 278–9, 289n11, 291n88, 293n89, 294n47, 294n67, 295n32, 301n2
Aldrich, Henry (collector), 290n71, 291n94
Alexander, William (designer), 216
Alfred the Great, King of England, 236, 237
Aliamet, Francis (François Germain, engraver), 295n41, 301n38, 301n39
Alibert, Jean (engraver), 275
Allen, Ralph (of Bath), 165
Allen, William (printseller), 262
Alonne, Abel Tessin d’ (collector), 31
altarpieces, 12, 35, 78, 235
American colonies, supply of prints to, 12–13, 106, 122, 221–3, 243, 262, 279
printsellers in, 12–13, 122, 243
Ames, Joseph (collector), 58
Amhurst, Nicholas (journalist), 150, 151
Amiens, peace of, 283
Amigoni, Jacopo (painter), 114, 115, 125, 146
Amstel, Ploos van (engraver), 296n95
Amsterdam, 9, 26, 29, 33, 35–6, 48, 69, 86, 114, 117, 122, 177, 279
anatomy, prints of, 117, 118, 121
Anderson, Adam, 261
Angelica’s Ladies Library, 254
Angelis, L. de (art historian), 264
Angelis, Peter (painter), 57
Angelo, Henry (writer), 182, 211
Angier, Paul (engraver), 111
Angus, William (engraver), 213
Anhalt Dessau, Leopold Friedrich Franz, Margrave of, 177, 269, 272
Anne I, Queen of England, 28, 49, 50, 150
Anne, Princess Royal (later Princess of Orange), 134
Anson, George, 1st baron, portrait of, 21, 60
Anson, Thomas (of Shugborough), 139
Anti-Gallican Association, 99
Antiquaries, Society of, 58, 177, 258
prints published by, 21, 65, 67
antiquities, prints of, 12, 63–6, 114, 256–9
Egyptian, 176
English Gothic, 63–5, 211, 223, 258–9
Greek, 176
Indian, 232, 259, 264
Roman, 29, 32, 32, 41, 45, 60, 65–6, 122, 176, 256–7, 259
Romano-British, 65–6, 66, 293n3
Antwerp, 35, 225
Apelles (painter), 171
apprenticeship: accommodation, 10, 16
fees, 13, 107, 213
work in studio, 13
aquatint (process), 176
and colour, 216
Aquila, Francesco (engraver), 14, 40, 44, 67, 70
Aquila, Pietro (engraver), 35, 40, 41, 289n11, 291n75
Archenholz, I. W. von (writer), 264
Archer, Thomas (architect), 63
architectural prints, 3, 9, 45, 98–100, 113, 140, 223
English, xii, 62–3, 75, 164–5
French, 37, 292n72
Italian, 29, 32, 40–41
Argyle, Archibald Campbell, 3rd Duke of, 163
Ariosto, Ludovico (poet), 238
Artaria & Co. (printsellers), 269, 272, 280
Artaria, Carl (printseller), 280
artists’ materials, 3, 113, 122, 215
Arundel, Thomas Howard, 14th Earl of, 25, 61, 75, 171
Aschaffenburg, 272, 281, 309n87
Ashby, Harry (writing engraver), 305n68
Asiatic Society of Bengal, 259
Aske, Francis (bookseller), 25
Asselin, Jan (painter), 167
Astley, Sir Edward (collector), 127, 177
Athawes, Samuel (collector), 233
Athens, 176–7, 274
Atterbury, Francis, Bishop of Rochester, portraits of, 76, 78, 79
auctions, xii, 3, 26–31, 125–6, 232–4
in Bruges, 31
in Leeds, 12
in Norwich, 12
in Nuremberg, 280
in Paris, 280
in St Petersburg, 280
in Tunbridge Wells, 26
auctioneers, 12, 26–30, 107, 126, 128–9, 138, 218, 223
catalogues, 26, 112, 229
Audenaert, Robert van (engraver), 40, 45, 47, 69
Audran, Benoit (engraver), 37
Audran, Gerard (engraver and printseller), 15
reputation, xi, 174, 201, 309n68
engravings: 6, 15, 15, 18, 30, 36–7, 37–9, 49, 122, 126, 289n106, 291n87
Audran, Jean (engraver), 37
Augsburg, 114, 172, 240, 269, 274–5, 280
Augusta, Princess of Wales, 116, 163, 164, 173, 177, 303n96
Augusta Sophia, Princess (daughter of George III), 231–2, 246
Aurelian Society, 136
Austen, Jane (novelist), 256
Austen, Stephen (printseller), 107
Austin, William (drawing master and printseller), 182, 214–15, 244, 303n97
Auvergne, paper from the, 21, 118
Avignon, 227
Avril, Jean-Jacques (engraver), 276
Ayton, William (collector), 233
Baalbek, ruins of, 113, 115, 176, 176
Babel, Pierre-Edmé (designer), 94
Baden-Durlach, Karl Friedrich, Margrave of, 269
Baden-Durlach, Karoline-Luise, Margravine of, 269
Badeslade, Thomas (designer), 155, 155
Baillie, William (amateur engraver), 170, 177, 245
Baker, John (pamphlet and printseller), 78–9
Bakewell, Elizabeth (printseller), 107, 141, 150, 167
Bakewell, Thomas (printseller), 23, 107, 121, 136, 140, 151, 152, 294n50, 294n58
Baldinucci, Filippo (art historian), 291n82
Baldrey, John (engraver), 211, 259
Baldwyn, Charles (collector), 29
Baléchou, Jean Joseph (engraver), 123, 123, 188, 227, 309n68
Ball, Mr (shipping agent), 33
ballads, 7, 10, 16, 23, 254, 256
Baltimore, Charles Calvert, 5th Baron, 299n26
Bance, M. (printseller), 276
Bancks, John (writer), 118, 256
Banks, Sir Joseph (naturalist), 227
Baque, Maurice (engraver), 35
Barber, John (printer and alderman), portrait of, 292n36
Barber, Joseph (printer), 122
Barker, Edmund (printseller), 12
Barlow, Francis (designer), 3, 8, 144
Barnard, John (collector), 167
Barocci, Federico (painter), 291n87
Baron, Bernard (engraver), comes to England, 19
and 1735 copyright enquiry, 86
advises collectors, 117
patronage, 172–3
prices, 118
fees, 82, 227
pupils, 13
specialisation, 172
reputation, 169
engravings: after Angelis, 57
after Laguerre, 71
after Le Sueur, 71
after Rubens, 71
after Rigaud, 156, 157
after Titian, 73, 73
after Vanderbank, 57
after Watteau, 296n96
after Wootton, 82, 89
copies, 125
republications, 115
republished, 198, 209
Barralet, John James (painter), 308n95
Barrett, George (painter), 190
Barroneau, Francis (collector), 303n15
Barry, James (painter), 225, 235–7, 257
Bartoli, Pietro Santi (engraver), 14, 40, 45
Bartolozzi, Francis (Francesco, engraver), 210
and Wagner 125
and George 111, 174–5, 202–3
specialisation, 174
house, 210, 214
pupils, 210, 268
fees, 227–8
and stipple, 218
printer, 228, 240
engravings: 209, 211, 216, 218, 220
after antiquities, 257, 259
after Bunbury, 256
after Cipriani, 257, 258, 308n97
after Copley, 220, 227–8, 243
after Correggio, 170, 269
after Crewe, 245
after Gainsborough, 218
after Hearne, 212
after Kauffman, 236, 254, 306n17, 307n58, 308n95
after Peters, 248, 251, 303n10
after Reynolds, 244
after Rigaud, 227, 257
after Countess Spencer, 245
after Webber, 243, 265, 309n101
after West, 236
after Wheatley, 249
collected, 272, 274
cost of oeuvre, 274
prints sold in France, 277, 279
in Germany, 280
in Italy, 281
copied, 274
revival, 284
Bartolozzi, Gaetano (engraver), 214, 281
Bartsch, Adam von (art historian), xi, 201, 225
Basan & Poignant (printsellers), 277–8, 301n2
Basan, Pierre-François (printseller), 125–6, 177, 262, 264–6, 278–9, 280, 303n6, 309n97
Basire, Isaac (engraver), 86, 130
Basire, James (engraver), 176–7, 196, 258
Baskerville, John (printer), 177, 186, 299n39
Basle, 240, 279
Bassano, 274, 276, 280, 303n14
Bassano, Jacopo (Jacopo da Ponte, painter), 293n87
Baston, Thomas (designer), 57, 150
Bateman, Sir James, 75
Bath, 163
printsellers in, 12, 143
subscriptions taken in, 55, 121
fans showing, 81, 94, 130
view of, 266, 266
Roman baths, 65
view of Prior Park, 165
Batoni, Pompeo (painter), 267, 267
Battersea enamel factory, 100
Batty, William (physician), 163
Baudet, Etienne (engraver), 36, 37, 41, 291n97
Baur, Johann Wilhelm (painter), 300n53
Beacher, George (printer), x, 22, 22
Beatrizet, Nicolas (engraver), 46
Beattie, James (poet), portrait of, 244
Beauclerk, Lady Diana (designer), 245
Beaulieu, Sébastien de Pontault de (military engineer), 79
Beaumont, Francis (dramatist), portrait of, 62
Beaumont, Sir George (collector), 302n50
Beauvais, Nicolas-Dauphin de (engraver), 19, 52, 74
Beauvais, Simon (printseller), 214
Becker, Wilhelm Gottlieb (collector), 272
Beckett, Isaac (engraver), 13
Beckford, William (the elder), 177
portrait of, 203, 203
Beef Steak Club (Sublime Society of Beefsteaks), 126–7, 181, 293n56
Beham, Sebald (engraver), 31
Beighton, Henry (engineer), 63, 64
Beireis, Gottfried Christoph, 280, 304n50
Bell, Elizabeth (bookseller), 82
Bella, Stefano della (engraver), 26, 115, 201, 295n19, 300n53
Bellamy, George Anne (actress), portrait of, 91, 146
‘Bellange’ (?Louis Belanger, painter), 220
Belle, Alexis-Simon (painter), 288n78
Bellers, William (drawing master), 114, 117, 159, 161, 161, 167, 198, 200, 214
Belleisle, naval battle of, 183
Bellucci, Antonio (painter), 267, 268
Belton House, Lines., view of, 165
Beman, Adrian (printseller), 26
Benazech, Peter (Pierre, engraver), 115, 279
Benedetti, Michele (engraver), 303n14
Bennett, John: see Sayer & Bennett
Benoist, Antoine (engraver), 93
Bensley, Robert (actor), portrait of, 237
Bentham, Jeremy (utilitarian), 249
Benwell, Mary (painter), 245
Berain, Jean (designer), 294n72
Berckenstein & Flink (art dealers), 171
Berghem, Nicolaes (painter), 126, 167, 169, 174, 291n87, 297n122, 309n68
Bergny, Rémy-François (printseller), 240, 275
Berlin, 200, 268–9, 272, 277
Berne, 264
Berrow, Harvey (bookseller), 11
Bertrand, Mr (toyman), 12
Betew, Panton (art dealer), 182, 233, 301n5
Bettelini, Pietro (engraver), 226, 303n14
Bevens, Mr (pamphlet-seller), 97
Beverley Minster, Yorks., 63
Bibles, illustrations for, 25, 80, 218
Bibliothek der schönen Wissenschaften una der freyen Künste, 172–4, 177, 189, 262 see also Neue Bibliothek
Bibliothèque du Roi (printseller), 28, 38–9
Bickerton, W. (bookseller), 297n21
Bickham, George, the elder (engraver), 2, 6, 21, 58, 58
Bickham, George, the younger (engraver and printseller), 113
wife, 288n35
pupils, 215
catalogue, 141
at Westminster Hall, 295n22
engravings: after Rembrandt, 127
after Wootton, 82–3, 83, 89, 141
publications: for children, 145
chinese wallpaper, 98
fans, 94
flowers, 137, 139
gardens, 161, 162, 165, 299n30
guides for tourists, 163
ladies of pleasure, 148
ornament, 139
patterns for embroidery, 136–7
print room decorations, 138
political satire, 148, 149
portraits, 156
songsheets, 161
sport, 141
views, 141
Bigg, William Redmore (painter), 224, 229, 229, 249, 252, 253
Biggin, George (balloonist), 227
Billinge, Mr (printseller), 223
Birch, Thomas (historian), 117
Birchall, James (printseller), 218, 220, 224, 229, 229, 236, 249, 253, 306n17
Birckenstock, Melchior von (collector), 272
Bird, Samuel (frame-maker), 111, 134
birds, prints of, ii, 3, 8, 82, 130, 131, 134–5, 137
Birmingham, 246
prints sold in, 143
published in, 223
view of, 65
Beschey, Balthasar (painter), 225
Blackwood, John (picture dealer), 173, 179–80
Blake, William (engraver), 225, 233, 284
Blakeney, William, 1st Baron Blakeney, 99
portrait of, 106
Blakey, Nicholas (painter), 93, 97, 258
Blamire, Richard (printseller), 268
Bleeck, Peter van (painter, engraver), 60, 60, 91, 279
Blenheim Palace, Oxon., 163
publication of paintings at, 69, 70, 173
views of, 9, 75, 82, 113, 163
Blickling Hall, Norf., print room, 138
Bloemaert, Cornelis (engraver), 41, 46, 291n97, 300n53
Blondel, Jacques-Francois (designer), 294n72
Blooteling, Abraham (engraver), 25, 58
Blundell, Nicholas (diarist), 57
Blyth, Robert (engraver), 225
Bockman, Gerhard (engraver), 13
Boddeley, Thomas (bookseller), 121
Bogaerde, Jan Baptist van den (collector), 31
Boitard, Louis Philippe (engraver), 22, 98, 294n93
Bologna, 44, 48, 174
academy, 266
Bolton, Charles Pawlett, 3rd Duke of, 119, 141
Bonato, Pietro (engraver), 276
Bonifazio di Marzio de Pitati (painter), painting
formerly attributed to Palma vecchio, 66
Bonnart, Henri (printseller), 31
Bonneau, J. (engraver), 22
Bonnet, Louis-Marin (engraver and printseller), 115, 176, 275, 279
books of prints, 10, 11, 29, 291n87
booksellers, 9, 30, 117, 223
Delft, 20, 26
London, 9, 23, 63, 117, 125
provincial, 11, 12, 121, 223
sell prints, 9, 30, 117, 119, 121–2, 277
publish prints, 117, 193, 223
take subscriptions, 55, 121
Booth, Montagu (surgeon), 117
Borch, Gerard ter (painter), 191
Borcht, Pieter van der, 167, 299n50
Borra, Giovanni Battista (painter), 176, 176
Boscawen, Edward (admiral), portrait of, 183
Bosse, Abraham (engraver), 25
Boston, Lines., 12
view of, 12, 63
Boston, Mass., 12, 122, 243
Boston Gazette, 12
Boswell, James (diarist), 138
botanical prints: flowers, 11, 75, 82, 86, 97, 109, 129, 130–34, 136–8, 139–40, 232, 246
fruit, 131-4, 136
herbals, 130
trees, 63, 120
Both, Jan (painter), 302n57
Boucher, François (painter), 123, 146, 273, 301n5
Boulle, André-Charles (designer), 37, 294n72
Bourdon, Sébastien (painter), 70
Bouverie, Sir Jacob, 169
Bouverie, John (antiquary), 176
Bovi, Mariano (printseller), 246, 303n14
Bowen, Emanuel (engraver), 12, 78, 79
Bowles family (printsellers), 11, 121, 294n50
Bowles & Carver (printsellers), 221
Bowles, Carington (printseller), 105, 220, 221–3, 222, 281, 297n27
republications, 164, 167
Bowles, George (collector), 246
Bowles, Henry Carington (printseller), 221
Bowles, John (printseller), 5, 105, 221
catalogues, 35, 105, 130
and Chapelle, 117
takes subscriptions, 135–6
subscribes, 134
exports, 274
sells prints, 11, 148
publications: copies, 36, 80, 81, 83, 125, 163, 299n27
fancy pieces, 146, 147, 163
portraits, 62, 62
sea pieces, 150, 152
sport, 141, 144
views, 9, 75, 76, 77, 113, 138–41, 163, 164, 168, 296n97
republications, 67, 105, 135, 167, 291n4
Bowles, Thomas, the elder (printseller), 4, 5
Bowles, Thomas, the younger (printseller), 5, 105, 129
press, 10
catalogues, 35
and Chapelle, 117
supplies provinces, 11, 105
exports, 274
sells prints, 79, 148
sells paintings, 5, 23
takes subscriptions, 48, 55, 58, 135–6, 292n62
subscribes, 134
publications: 55, 75–6, 138
copies, Battles of Alexander, 22, 36, 146
Harlot’s Progress, 83, 125
fancy pieces, 147, 163, 163
Life of Charles I, 19, 56–7, 56
Raphael Cartoons, 52, 53
plans, 293n14
portaits, 156
satire, 11
sea pieces, 150, 152
sport, 144
views, 138–41, 156, 156, 163, 164, 168
republications, 105, 135–6, 291n4
Bowles, Thomas III (designer), 221
Bowyer, Robert (painter), 227
Boydell & Co. (printsellers), 302n48, 302n50
Boydell, Elizabeth, 86, 115, 288n35
Boydell, John (printseller), 115, 177–80, 209–10, 216
portrait of, 208, 210
hawks prints, 86
learns French, 125
buys prints, 233
sells prints, 303n97
imports prints, 115, 125
exports prints, 189, 209, 262
takes subscriptions, 264
promotes English painting, 188, 195–6, 209, 218, 224–5
payments to engravers, 227
assistants, 268–9, 297n120
relations with Court, 209–10, 305n110
correspondents, 33, 125, 279, 308n17
visits Paris, 266
subscribes to Society of Arts, 186
takes partner, 209
civic offices, 210, 261
catalogues, 196, 209
financial difficulties, 281
publications: fine old paintings, 169–70, 173
Collection of Punts, 177, 178–9, 180, 209, 272
Houghton Gallery, 210, 230
fine modern paintings, 186, 188–90, 193, 196, 197, 206, 235–6, 236–7, 253, 277, 282, 301n24, 302n57, 302n63
Death of Pierson, 225, 227, 228, 243
Death of Wolfe, 238–41, 239
Shakespeare, 209–10, 229, 232, 234, 238, 238, 264, 310n1
landscapes, 115, 116, 158–9, 177
portraits, 244, 263, 294n57
sea pieces, 151, 243
views, 163, 166
republications, 157, 159, 164, 167, 198, 199, 237, 296n97, 299n14, 301n36
prints sold in Germany, 280
in Italy, 281
Boydell, Josiah (printseller), 209–10, 243, 248, 283
Boyle, Robert (scientist), portrait of, 156
Boyne, battle of the, 240
Bradford, Thomas (picture and printseller), 194–5
publications: after Old Master drawings, 175
after Barrett, 190
after Collett, 195, 198, 199
after Dusart, 180, 193–4
after Richards, 190
after G. Smith, 189–90, 190, 195, 265
after Stubbs, 100, 194, 195, 233
after West, 195
after R. Wilson, 190
after R. Wright, 192, 193
republished, 198
Bradfort, Mr (bookseller), 161
Bradshaw, James (picture seller), 193
Bradyll, Thomas (amateur caricaturist), 248
Bragge, Robert (picture dealer), 180
Braim, Mr (printseller), 111
Brand, John (antiquarian), 256
Brandes, Georg Friedrich (reviewer and collector), 177, 206, 240, 243–4, 247, 264, 272, 305n105, 306n8, 306n9
Bremer C. F. (printseller), 280
Bremer, J. F. F. (printseller), 280
Bretherton, Charles (engraver), 139
Bretherton, James (drawing master and printseller), 139, 214–15, 275, 244, 246, 304n43
Breton, Mme (printseller), 274
Brettingham, Matthew (architect), 126
Bridgeman, Charles (gardener), 134, 156–7, 161
Bridgeman, Sarah, 156, 157, 161
Brienne, Louis Henri de Lomenie, comte de, 30
Brindley, John (bookseller), 117, 121, 297n21
Bristol, 163
fair, 12
printsellers in, 12, 76, 121
subscriptions taken in, 121
shipping interest, 151, 152
view of, 3
view of St Mary Redcliffe, 122
Bristol Oracle, 122
British Institution, 283
British Magazine, 98, 112, 129, 172
British Mercury, 264, 277
British School, 283
broadsheets, 7, 10, 16, 78, 108, 109
Brocas, Henry (engraver), 308n18
Bromley, William (engraver), 227
Brompton, Richard (painter), 268
Brooke, Henry (dramatist), 256
Brooke, John Charles (antiquary), 258
Brookes, Peter (printseller), 97, 111, 140–41, 149, 296n78
Brooking, Charles (painter), 151
Brookshaw, Richard (engraver), 277
Brouwer, Adriaen (painter), 167
Brown, Mather (painter), 248
Brown, Tom (poet), 12, 23
Browne, Alexander (drawing master), 3, 25, 26, 28
Browne, Christopher (printseller), 5, 79, 79
Browne, John (bookseller), 11
Browne, John (engraver), 114, 170, 179, 180, 191, 192, 200, 202, 303n13
Browne, Jonas (bookseller), 9
Browne, Lancelot (gardener), 177
Bruce, James (traveller), 177
Bruges, 31
Brühl, Heinrich, Count (collector), 122, 272
Brukenthal, Samuel von, Baron (collector), 272
Brunetti, Gaetano (designer), 169
Brunswick (Braunschweig), 280
Brunswick-Lüneburg, Augusta Duchess of, portrait of, 303n96
Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, Ferdinand Duke of 304n50
portrait of, 150
Brunswick, Leopold Prince of, 243, 278, 278
Brussels, 269, 279–80
Brydon, John (printseller), 220
Bryer, Ann (printseller), 211, 217, 246, 255
Bryer, Henry (engraver), 195, 211 see also Ryland & Bryer
Buck, Nathaniel (designer), 57, 65, 65
Buck, Samuel (designer), 57, 65, 66
Buckingham, view of church, 63
Buckingham, John Sheffield, Duke of, 70
Buldet, Denis-Charles (printseller), 123
Bull, Mr (painter), 30
Bull & Jeffries (printseller), 223
Bull, Fenwick (printseller), 107–8, 108
Bull, Richard (collector), 307n53
Bunbury, Catherine, née Horneck, portrait of, 213
Bunbury, Henry William (designer), 245
enthusiasm for Werther, 252
at Cambridge, 215
drawings, 246
oeuvre, 215
publishers, 211–13, 215
prints after: caricatures, 139, 140, 215, 216
literary and sentimental, 246–7, 246, 252, 254, 256, 259, 260, 307n58
Shakespeare, 238, 246
republished, 215, 221, 223, 304n46
copied, 275
Bunker Hill, Battle of, 243
Burdett, Peter Perez (inventor), 176
Burford, Thomas (engraver), 117, 141, 143
Burghers, Michael (engraver), 12, 21, 63, 65
Burke, Edmund (writer), xiv, 157
Burke, Thomas (engraver), 196, 279, 308n32
Burlington, Richard Boyle, 3rd earl of, 66, 154, 156, 161, 162
Burnet, John (engraver), 302n48, 302n50
Burney, Fanny (writer), 252
prints from works of, 254
Burton, Edmund (actor), portrait of, 205
Bury St Edmunds, Suff., 121, 223
view of, 223
Bute, John Stuart, 3rd Earl of, 174, 177, 202
portrait of, 174, 184
Butler, Joseph (Bishop), 122, 297n123
Butler, Samuel (poet), portrait of, 62, 62
Hudibras, 90, 91
Butler, Thomas (picture seller), 111, 112, 121, 130, 141–3, 143
butterflies, prints of, 97, 136, 136, 296n78
Byrne, Letitia (engraver), 245
Byrne, William (engraver), 211,
and daughter, 245
opinions, 210, 281
value of stock, 211
correspondents, 266, 306n34
publications: after Farington, 211
after Hearne, 211, 212, 258–9, 259, 264, 265, 266
after J. Smith, 211
after Webber, 243
sold in France, 279
Byres, James (art dealer), 266, 297n116
Byron, William 5th Baron, 165
Bywell Bay, Nld., view of, 159
Cabinet du Roi, 26, 30–31, 49, 122, 171, 291n88
cabinetmakers, 99
Caddick, William (painter), 223
Cadiere, Kitty (penitent), prints of, 146
Caistor, Lines., 65
Calais, 232, 277–9
Caldwall, James (engraver), 224, 277, 277
Caldwell, Richard (printseller), 111, 134
calligraphy, 21, 58, 58, 118, 169 see also writing engraving
Callot, Jacques (engraver), 26, 111, 115, 201, 216, 300n53
Cambridge, 12, 55, 121, 223
drawing masters in, 114, 215
portraits of founders, 61
publication of paintings in, 235
views of colleges, 75, 163–4
Camerata, Gioseppe (engraver), 171
Campana, Pietro (engraver), 171
Campbell, Colen (architect), 3, 63, 82, 297n29
Campbell, James (soldier), print of, 150
Campbell, John (soldier and collector), 70, 71
Campbell, R. (writer), 13, 91, 112, 125
Canada, views of, 114
Canaletto (Antonio Canale, painter), 117, 121, 123, 124, 126, 163, 165
Canali, Gaetano (engraver), 276, 276
Canati, Gioseppe (engraver), 171
Canot, Peter (Pierre-Charles, engraver), 114, 202, 213
engravings: 174, 279
after Berghem, 169
after Paton, 183, 184, 243
after Pillement, 99, 114, 182
after T. Sandby, 164
after van de Velde, 295n41
after Wootton, 141
Canterbury, 121
Cape Lagos, naval battle of, 183, 184
Caravaggio, Michelangelo da (painter), 66
Cardigan, Mary Brudenell née Montagu, Countess of, 138
Carew, Bampfylde Moore (king of the gipsies), portrait of, 121, 121
Carey, William Paulet (engraver), 308n18
caricatures: see satirical prints Carleton, Henry Boyle, Baron, 60, 70
Carlevariis, Luca (engraver), 40, 45, 289n11
Carlisle, Charles Howard 3rd Earl of, 155, 235
Carlos, James (bookseller), 11, 288n44
Carmine, Josef (printseller), 274
Caroline of Anspach, Queen of England, 155
portrait of, 58
Carpenter, H. (printseller), 112
Carpi, Ugo da (engraver), 130
Carracci, Agostino (painter), 46, 291n87
Carracci, Annibale (painter), 35, 35, 40, 41, 46, 70, 126, 180, 287n2, 291n87, 291n97
Carracci, Lodovico (painter), 291n87
Camera, Rosalba (painter), 167
Cars, Laurent (engraver), 200
carvers, 10, 98–9, 130, 136, 218
Carter, George (painter), 224, 229, 243, 247, 253, 256, 277, 277
Carwitham, John (engraver), 13
Cary, John (printseller), 220, 256, 307n78
Casali, Andrea (painter), 188, 198, 209, 302n57
Casteels, Peter (painter), 13, 82, 86, 130–34, 132–3, 135, 293n90, 294n87
Castell, Robert (writer), 155
Castiglione, Giovanni Benedetto (painter), 293n87
Castle Howard, Yorks., view of, 165
Castletown, co. Kildare, 138
catalogues, printsellers’, xii, xiii, 21, 23, 32, 33, 35, 44–6, 76, 80–81, 83, 89, 105, 115, 125, 196, 209, 215–16, 218, 221, 229, 280–81
Catherine of Braganza, Queen of England, 3
Catherine II, Empress of Russia, 209, 227, 234, 268
prints dedicated to, 230–31, 268, 308n46
collections, 268
Cattini, Giovanni (engraver), 125
Catuelan, Comtesse de, 267
Caulfield, James (printseller), 150, 216
Cavendish, Lord James, (collector), 71
Caylus, Anne-Claude-Philippe de Tubières de Grimoard de Pestels de Levis, Comte de (collector), 122
censorship, 76–7, 148, 278
Cesio, Carlo (engraver), 40
Chadwell, James (printseller), 121
Chambars, Thomas (engraver), 177, 202
Chambers, Elizabeth (actress), portrait of, 91
Chambers, Sir William (architect), 163, 174, 186, 202–3, 284
Champion, Joseph (calligrapher), 118
Chantilly, chateau de, views of, 199n8
chap books, 7
Chapelle, Henry (bookseller), 117
Chardin, Jean-Baptiste-Siméon (painter), 117, 119, 123, 146
Charlemont, James Caulfeild, 1st Earl of (collector), 176, 225, 231–3
Charles I, King of England, 19, 57, 60
collection, 25, 49, 66, 67, 173
portraits of, 3, 61, 61, 67, 69, 76, 231, 300n89
prints of life of, 56–7, 56
Charles II, King of England, 25, 67, 240
portrait of, 3
Charles XII, King of Sweden, portrait of, 81
Charles Edward Stuart, the ‘young pretender’, 122, 149
portraits of, 78
Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, Queen of England, patronage, 203, 220, 231–2, 255
prints dedicated to, 231, 246, 255
portraits of, 184, 196, 303n95
Charlotte, Princess Royal (later Queen of Wurtemberg), 231–2, 246
Charpentier, François Philippe, 177
Charpentier, Remy (designer), 43, 94
Chase, William (bookseller), 83, 121, 288n49, 288n50
Chateau, Guillaume (engraver), 291n97
Chatelain, Jean Baptiste Claude (designer), 90, 123, 123, 154, 161–2
Chatham, Kent, 12, 12, 243
Chatham, William Pitt, 1st Earl of, portraits of, 90, 227–8, 243
Chatsworth House, Derbs., views of, 76, 77, 165
Chaucer, Geoffrey, portraits of, 61, 62
prints from works of, 218, 238, 254
Chauklin, Mrs (bookseller), 121
Chauncey, Charles (collector), 127
Cheesman, Thomas (engraver), 303n14
Chelsea, 214
Hospital, 292n18
porcelain factory, 100
Chelsum, James (collector), 307n53
Cheny, John (bookseller), 61, 141, 143
Chéreau, François (printseller), 31, 41
Chéreau, Geneviève-Marguerite (printseller), 177
Chéreau, Jacques (engraver), 19
Chéron, Louis (designer), 52, 53, 57, 58, 293n90
Chesme Bay, prints of naval battle at, 243
Chester, Sir John (of Chicheley), 63
Chesterfield, Philip Stanhope, 3rd Earl of, 70
Chevallier, Nicolas (engraver), 43
Cheyney, William (tallow chandler), 12
Chicheley Hall, Bucks., 292n60
Chilcot, Mrs (printseller), 295n22
Chilcott, Robert (printseller), 81
Child, Sir Robert (banker and collector), 49, 70, 293n80
children, prints of, 253–4
prints for, 145–6
chinoiserie, 98–100, 99, 100, 138–9, 163, 165, 165
Chippendale, Thomas (designer), 98–9, 118, 148, 186
Chiswick House, Mddx, 155
views of, 154, 156, 161, 162
Chodowieski, Daniel (engraver), 273
Choiseul, Etienne-François, Due de, 177
Christian VII, King of Denmark, portraits of, 303n95, 303n96
Christian, Charles (collector), 70
Cibber, Susannah Maria (actress), portraits of, 91, 198, 198
Ciceri & Co. (printseller), 277
Cipriani, John Baptist (Giovanni Battista, designer), 210–11, 218, 220, 256–7, 258, 279, 281, 308n97
Claremont, Surrey, 155, 167
Clarence, Prince William Henry, Duke of, 246
Clarendon, Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of, History of the Great Rebellion, 10, 56, 61, 292n24
Clark, John (engraver and printseller), 21, 79, 87, 113
Clarke, George (collector), 26, 42, 45–6, 48, 61–2, 61, 76, 78, 290n71, 290n72, 291n77, 291n94, 291n97, 292n59, 292n67, 294n72
Clarke, Samuel (clergyman), 69
portrait of, 156
Claude Lorrain (Claude Gellée, painter), xiv, 119, 157, 159, 167, 170, 170 174, 179–80, 209, 212, 291n76, 308n27
Clee, Robert (engraver), 143, 144
Cleeve, Bourchier (merchant and collector), 167, 168
Clemens, Johann Frederik (engraver), 243
Clement XII, Pope, 48
Clements, Henry (bookseller), 12, 55
Cleomenes (sculptor), 15
Clerck, Hendrik de (painter), 4
Cleve, Augustine (merchant), 140
Cliveden House, Bucks., view of, 163
Clifton, Bristol, view at, 165
Clive, Catherine (actress), portrait of, 60, 60
Clockmakers’ Company, 18
Closterman, John (painter), 29, 59
Cluer, John (printseller), 7, 8, 288n46
Coalbrookdale, Shrops., 165–6, 166
Cobham, Richard Temple, 1st Viscount, 156
Coburg, 248, 304n50: see Saxe-Coburg
Cochin, Charles-Nicolas, the elder (engraver), 115
Cochin, Charles-Nicolas, the younger (engraver), 123, 202, 293n20
Cock, Christopher (auctioneer), 126
Cock, J. (auctioneer), 28
coffee-houses: auction sales in, 29, 31–2, 42, 45, 125
prints and paintings in, 23, 198
subscriptions taken in, 55, 58, 82
Cogan, F., 121
Colbert, Jean-Baptiste, 37, 49, 85
Cole, Benjamin (engraver), 16, 21, 79, 113
Cole, James (engraver), 11, 11, 21, 79, 292n62
Coleraine, Henry Hare, 3rd Baron, 173
collections and collectors, xii, xiii, 3, 16, 20, 25–31, 37, 62, 117, 167–9, 179–80, 200–2, 232–4
collections of paintings, 43, 167, 179, 181, 196, 238–40, 243, 266–9, 272
of prints, 3, 25, 26, 28–31, 42–5, 92, 114, 126, 167–9, 200–02, 229–30, 232–4, 244, 262–4, 266–73, 273, 281
Collett, John (painter), 195, 198, 199, 223, 301n39
Collins, Benjamin (bookseller), 121–2
Collins, Charles (painter), 131, 134, 135, 137
Collins, James (designer), 12, 21, 21, 54, 75
Collins, John (designer), 198
Collins, William (bookseller), 141
Collivous, Isaac (collector), 30
Colman, George (dramatist), 182
Colnaghi, Paul & Co. (printseller), 218, 277, 280
Colnaghi, Sala & Co. (printseller), 227
Cologne, 281
coloured prints, 2, 6, 8, 10, 11, 31–2, 31, 66, 75, 86, 114, 118, 130, 131, 133, 135, 136, 137, 139–41, 143, 150, 154, 165, 183, 208, 216, 223, 232, 246, 249, 256, 260, 262, 277
fans, 94
prices of, 65, 86, 131, 150, 223, 232, 297n16, 305n117
prints printed in colours, 52, 55, 70–71, 71, 83, 119, 120, 121, 124, 124, 216, 217, 220, 221, 229, 232, 246, 250–52, 260, 272, 275–6
colouring prints as a polite pastime, 289n15
Comyns, Edward (printseller), 106
Congreve, William (dramatist), portrait of, 62
Coningsby, Christopher (bookseller), 9
conservation of prints, 7, 111
paintings, 113, 215
Conyers, Julia (amateur designer), 245
Cook, James (navigator), 243, 264, 265, 309n101
Combe Bank, Kent, John Campbell’s collection at, 167
view of, 163
Cooper, Edward (printseller), 3, 16, 294n50
portrait of, 4
and engravers, 20, 21
and painters, 59
and auctions, 30, takes subscriptions, 55
and copyright, 81–2
owns press, 10
publications: 4, 67–8, 70, 81, 170
Raphael Cartoons, 49, 50, 81
Cooper, John (auctioneer and printseller), 30, 59, 59, 90, 91, 288n42, 294n50
Cooper, Mary (pamphlet and printseller), 112, 148, 149
Cooper, Priscilla (daughter of Edward), 16
Cooper, Richard, the elder (engraver), 115
Cooper, Thomas (pamphlet and printseller), 112, 148
copies of paintings, 60, 117
of Old Master prints, 30, 46
English copies of French prints, 18, 20, 23, 32, 36, 48, 114, 125, 146
of Dutch prints, 125, 127
of Italian prints, 125
Dutch copies of French prints, 36
Dutch copies of English prints, 19, 26, 81
English copies of English prints, 54, 75, 81–3, 86, 90, 118, 130, 288n42
French copies of English prints, 19, 273–6
German, 274, 276
Irish, 262, 274
Italian, 274–6
in smaller size, 52, 82–3, 89–90, 163, 292n24, 294n58
Copland, Henry (designer), 98, 100
Copley, John Singleton (painter), 211, 224, 227–8, 228, 236, 243, 243, 248, 276
copper plates; character of, 21
cost of, 21, 82
duty on importation of, 86
missing, 3, 105–06
deletion or destruction of, 223, 244, 303n10
sales of, 3, 11, 100, 106, 115, 198, 211, 213, 218, 220, 227, 279, 303n10
yield of, 14, 16, 21, 94, 227–8
retouching, reworking and reprinting of, see reprint copyright: books, 9, 52
prints, 11, 81–8, 299n14
abroad, 274–5
1735 Act, xiii, 86–7
1766 Act, xiv, 198
Corbett, Charles (printseller), 60, 112, 149, 149, 297n21
Cork, John Boyle, 5th Earl of, 139
Corneille, Pierre (dramatist), 171, 262
Cornwall, Mrs, 246
Cornwallis, Frederick, Archbishop of Canterbury, portrait of, 303n95
Correggio (Antonio Allegri da), 41, 69, 70, 126, 169–70, 179, 266, 267, 269
Cort, Cornelis (engraver), 49
Cortés, Hernán (general), portrait of, 60
Cortona, Pietro da (painter), 40, 70, 167
Cossé, Laurent (engraver), 268
Cossly, William (printseller), 12
Cosway, Maria (painter), 211, 245
Cosway, Richard (painter), 212
Cotelle, Jean (designer), 37, 294n72
Cotes, Francis (painter), 180, 183, 186, 272
Cour, William de la (designer), 136
Cousin, Anthony (picture dealer), 70
Covens & Mortier (printsellers), 278–9
Coventry, Maria, Countess of, née Gunning, 108–9
portraits of, 108, 183
Cowley, Abraham (poet), portrait of, 62
Cowper, William (poet), prints from works of, 253
Cowse, Benjamin (bookseller), 55, 82
Coxe, William (writer), 279
Coypel, Antoine (painter), xii, 20, 20, 26, 27, 36, 37, 44, 48, 114, 259, 289n11, 291n87, 291n97
Coypel, Charles-Antoine (painter), 90, 90, 291n97
Cozens, Alexander (painter), 198
Craftsman, 131, 150
Craven, Fulwar, 4th Baron, 81
crayon manner, 175
Crépy, Jean-Baptiste (printseller), 98, 309n86, 309n97
Creed, Cary (engraver), 15, 15, 74
Creighton, William (bookseller), 121
Crewe, Emma (painter), 245, 275, 276, 307n83
Cribb, Robert (printseller), 223, 307n58
cricket: see sport
Critical Review, 172–4, 182–3, 188–9, 200–01
Crokatt, J. (publisher), 60
Cromek, Robert (engraver), 303n14
Cromwell, Oliver, Lord Protector, 240, 243
Cronström, Daniel (diplomat), 57
Crownfield, Cornelius (printer), 12, 55
Crozat, Pierre (collector), 73
Recueil Crozat, 48, 73, 171, 177, 209, 290n59
Crusius, Christian Gottlieb, (collector), 272
Culloden, battle of, 97, 115, 149, 149
Cumberland, William Augustus, Duke of, 86, 149, 163
portraits of, 60, 97, 149
Cunego, Domenico (engraver), 204, 204, 211
Curionische Buch und Kunsthandlung (printseller), 277
Curll, Edmund (bookseller), 163
Curtis (amateur designer), 234
Curtis, William (botanist), 232
customs, 232
duties on prints, 33, 125
avoidance of, 279
on wrought copper, 86
officials, 25, 33
customs registers, 25
Cuyp, Aelbert (painter), 167, 174
Dahl, Michael (painter), 20, 58, 59
Daily Courant, 31
Daily Gazetteer, 112
Daily Journal, 94
Daily Post, 30, 31
Dalrymple, Sir John, 232
Dalton, Richard (of Blackheath), 30
Dalton, Richard (designer), 54, 90, 149, 174–6, 181, 198, 202–3
Dalvy, Mr (fanseller), 130
Darner, Anne (sculptor), 245
Dance, James (James Love, actor), 237
Dance, Nathaniel (painter), 196, 203, 209
‘Danvers, Caleb’: see Amhurst, Nicholas
Darbyshire, R. (printseller), 121
D’Archery, Elizabeth (printseller), 246
Darly, Mary (printseller), 11, 215, 248, 288n35
Darly, Matthew (or Matthias, engraver), 11, 215, 248, 295n22
engravings: ornament, 98–9, 100, 138
satire, 148, 215
Darres, William (auctioneer), 126
Darwin, Erasmus (poet), 237
Dashkova, Princess Catherine, 268
Dashwood, Sir Francis (of West Wycombe), 163
Daventry, 13
Davis, Edward le (printseller), 289n4
Davy, Charles (collector), 200, 230, 258
Dawe, George (engraver), 213, 273
Dawe, Philip (engraver), 199, 301n39
Dawkins, James (antiquary), 176
Dayes, Edward (designer), 214, 220
Dean, John (engraver), 211, 268
Deard, Mr (toyman), 143
dedications, 36, 49, 52, 57, 62, 67, 99, 124, 173, 176, 200, 230–31, 246, 255, 266, 268–9, 272, 293n76, 303n15, 308n46
Delamonce, F. (painter), 35
Delany, Mary (socialite), 138
Delattre, Jean-Marie (engraver), 211, 216, 217
Delfenbach, Johann Adam (designer), 291n77
Delft, 20, 26
Demarteau, Gilles (engraver), 175–6
Demortain, Gilles (engraver), 35
Depeuille, François (printseller), 278, 278
Deptford, view of dockyard at, 242, 243
Derby porcelain factory, 100
Derby, James Stanley, 10th Earl of, 15, 70, 297n31
Derwentwater, Curb., view of, 159
Derwentwater, James Radcliffe, 3rd Earl of, portrait of, 76
Desaguliers, John Theophilus (Jean-Théophile, scientist), 63
Dessau, 170, 272
Devonshire, Cavendish Dukes of, 167
Devonshire, William Cavendish, 1st Duke of, 31
Devonshire, William Cavendish, 2nd Duke of, 31, 44, 48, 49, 51, 52, 293n96
prints dedicated to, 70
and paintings published, 70
Devonshire, William Cavendish, 4th Duke of, 171, 296n102
Devonshire, George Cavendish, 5th Duke of, 209
Devonshire, Georgiana, Duchess of, 244
Dicey, Cluer (printseller), 17
Dicey, Cluer & Co. (printseller), 8, 119
Dicey, William and Cluer (printseller), 52, 118, 125, 131
Dickinson, Bispham (printseller), 87, 106, 148, 294n40, 294n50, 295n22
Dickinson, Mary (printseller), 106
Dickinson, William (engraver and printseller), 211, 244
works for Pine, 301n39
joint publications, 193
value of stock, 211
and stipple, 218
retires, 281
dedications, 246
engravings, 276
publications: after Bunbury, 211, 246, 256
after Correggio, 170
after Crewe, 245
after Gardner, 211, 213
after Kauffman, 211
after Peters, 211, 248, 257, 303n10
sold in Germany, 280
Diderot, Denis (writer), 14, 200
Diemar, Emanuel Matthias (printseller), 111, 220, 264, 266
Diemar, Mrs (printseller), 220, 221, 229, 246
Dietrich, Christian Wilhelm Ernst (painter), 302n53
Dighton, Robert (designer), 220, 222, 223
Dingley, Robert (collector), 71, 167
display of prints, xii, 3, 9, 23, 250
interior decoration by printsellers, 23, 106, 108
presentation: laid on stretcher, 75
varnished, 75
pasted on board, 75, 140, 254
on rollers, 298n98
pasted on walls, 75
on hats, rings, snuff-boxes and watch-cases, 97
on furniture, 137, 246 see also albums and fans
within rooms: in alcoves, 216
over doors, 289n112
over fireplace, 23, 75, 289n112
in fireplace, 75
within buildings: appartments, 121, 145, 148
best rooms, 23, 150
billiards-rooms, 216
chambers, 58, 62
closets, 5, 23, 58, 61, 136–9, 161
dining-rooms, 23, 136–8
dressing-rooms, 216
garden buildings, 138
halls, 23, 31, 75, 108, 121
kitchen, 23
large rooms, 108
nurseries, 145, 254
parlours, 23
printrooms, 138
servants’ halls, 23
staircases, 5, 23, 75, 150, 289n112
sportsman’s halls, 144
studies, 23
types of building: continental academies, 269
cabins of ships, 150, 153
chapels, churches, 23, 75
coffee houses, 23
colleges, 142
cottages, 23, 150
country houses, 141
engravers’ houses, 60, 198, 210–11, 224
farms, 23
Freemason’s lodges, 145
inns and public houses, 23, 144–5, 153
schools, 23, 75, 153, 254
shops and shop windows, 102, 111, 148, 215, 216, 218, 220, 220, 223, 229
university colleges, 78, 144
Ditchley Park, Oxon., view of, 163, 167
Dixon, John (engraver), 202, 213
visits Paris, 266
engravings, 206, 220
after own design, 203, 203
after Mortimer, 206
after Reynolds: 195, 282, 282, 310n140
after Stubbs, 269, 269, 303n10
after Zoffany, 205
Dobson, William (painter), 59
Dodd, Anne (pamphlet and printseller), 9–10, 78, 112, 148
Dodd, James William (actor), portrait of, 237
Dodd, Robert (painter), 243
Dodsley, James (bookseller), 193
Dodsley, Robert (bookseller), 92, 97, 117, 163, 167, 185–6
Donowell, John (designer), 161, 162
Dorigny, Sir Nicolas (engraver), 37, 49
Director of Academy, 13
knighted, 55
engravings: 41
after Ferri., 35
after Raphael, Planetarium, 24, 29;
Hampton Court Cartoons, 3, 19, 35, 49, 50, 66, 81
prices 22, 126
Transfiguration, 35, 49, 116
after Daniele da Volterra, 306n7
collected, 29, 40
Doughty, William (engraver), 211
Douw, Gerrit (painter), 173
Dovedale, Derbs., views of, 157, 158
Dover, 240
view of castle, 181
drawings: dealers in, 8, 108, 113, 114, 215, 218, 280
imported, 25, 30, 215
auction sales of, 26, 28, 45, 291n87
reproduction of, 16, 70, 122, 124, 175–6, 177, 202, 216, 267–8
reductions for prints, 13, 52, 66, 117, 177, 202, 225–7, 266–7
drawing books, 10, 114–15, 176, 215, 280
drawing as a polite pastime, 136, 215
as essential skill for engravers, 13, 125
teachers of and schools, 13, 20, 185, 214–15, 223
Dresden, 176, 200, 275
Royal collection, 116, 122, 171, 272
Drevet, Pierre (engraver), 19, 19, 111, 122
Drogheda, Edward Moore, 5th Earl of, 141
drolls, 216, 221–3
Drummond, Mr (banker), 33
Drummond, Robert Hay, Archbishop of York, 238
Drummond, Thomas, portrait of, 196
Dryden, John (poet), 9, 52, 54, 127, 293n81
portraits of, 9, 18, 62
Du Bosc, Claude (engraver and printseller), 19, 74, 114
as importer, 125
as dealer, 300n54
engravings: 5, 57
after Carracci, 70
after Gravelot, 155, 156
after J. Laguerre, 92
after L. Laguerre, 19, 56
after Raphael, 19, 52
after Rubens, 71
after Rysbrack, 154, 156, 161
after Tillemans, 82
copies French prints, 125, 296n96
Dublin, 58, 82, 121, 148, 185, 225, 232, 262
Dubourdieu, Jean (Huguenot minister), portrait of, 5
Ducarel, Andrew Coltee (antiquary), 258
Duchange, Gaspard (engraver and printseller), 27, 37, 114
Duck, Stephen (poet), 156
Dufau, Fortuné (painter), 310n140
Du Guernier, Louis (engraver), 13, 19, 56, 66
Dugdale, William (antiquary), 3, 63
Dughet, Gaspard (Gaspar Poussin, painter), xiv, 119, 156, 157, 167, 180
Duncannon, Henrietta Frances, Lady, 244
Duncannon, William Ponsonby, Viscount, 127
Dundas, Sir Laurence (collector), 175
Dunkirk, 278
plans of, 79, 79, 293n14
Dunoyer, Peter (printseller), 11, 74, 290n66
Duns Scotus, John, 61, 61
Douce, Francis (collector), 264
Dupérac, Etienne (engraver), 45
Dupuis, Charles (engraver), 19, 52
Dupuis, Nicolas-Gabriel (engraver), 57, 74, 279
Durand, George (printseller), 220
Dürer, Albrecht (engraver), xiii, 31, 35, 111, 201, 225, 292n33
Durham, 122, 143
Dury, Andrew (geographer and printseller), 220
Dusart, Cornelis (painter), 180, 193–4
Dusseldorf, 267–8, 280–1
Dutch prints, imported, 5, 8, 18, 25, 28, 30, 32, 35, 106, 108–9, 113, 123, 138
sold at auction, 29, 31
in America, 13
Earlom, Richard (engraver), reputation, 206, 272, 309n68
engravings: 280
after Correggio, 170
after Gainsborough, 253, 276
after Reynolds, 236, 244, 244
after de Vos, 209, 210
after Wright, 196, 197
Eaton Hall, Cheshire, 140
eclipses, prints of, 12, 65
Eddystone lighthouse, print of, 63
Edelinck, Gerard (engraver), 18, 19, 36–7, 111, 122, 174, 201, 289n106, 291n88, 291n97, 309n68
Edinburgh, 115, 119
editions, size of, 11, 22, 94, 97, 218, 227–9, 232, 301n32
limited, 54, 58, 244
remainders, 156, 227–9
Edward the Confessor, King of England, portrait of, 21
Edward VI, King of England, portrait of, 173
Edwards, George (printseller), 148, 295n22
Edwards, Edward (painter), 182
Eginton, John (engraver), 268
Egypt, 176
Einsiedel, Georg von, Count (collector), 272
Eisen, Charles (designer), 94
Elizabeth I, Queen of England, 25, 60, 78, 172, 257, 297n5
Elizabeth, Princess, (daughter of George III), 231, 246
Eliot, Richard, Hariot and children (of Port Eliot), family portrait, 57
Elliott, William (engraver), 174, 189–90, 279
Ellis, William (engraver), 211, 213, 245, 303n13
Ellys, John (painter), 60
Ernes, John (engraver), 242, 303n13
Enville, Staffs., 138
erotic prints, 26, 26, 125, 146–8, 298n105
Erskine, Mr (amateur caricaturist), 244
Erthal, Friedrich Karl von, Archbishop-Elector of Mainz, 272, 281
Esher Place, Surrey, view of, 163, 167
Esnaults, Jacques (printseller), 274, 275
etching; process, 13, 14, 14, 15, 15
painters’ etchings, 63, 203, 188, 200–02, 215, 225, 264
as a polite pastime, 202, 215
teachers of, 215
Eton, Berks., 76, 122
Eugene, Prince of Savoy, 78, 79
portraits of, 78
European Magazine, 262
Evelyn, John (writer), 25, 41, 42, 67
Evendon, John, the elder (frame-maker), 10
Evendon, John, the younger (printseller), 111, 134
Evendon, Mary, 10
Evening Post, 78
Ewart, Thomas (printseller), 111
exchange rates, 45, 240–41
Exeter, Devon, 76, 121
exhibitions of art, xiv, 176, 181, 187–90, 198–200, 204, 223–5, 227, 230, 232, 238, 269, 283, 301n36, 301n38
caricatures, 216
export of fans, 94, 122
prints, xiv, 3, 20, 106, 122, 218, 223, 261–82, 284
maps, 106, 279
silk, 172–3
Exton Park, view of, 165
Eynon, John (printseller), 106
Faber, John, the elder (engraver), 20, 61, 61, 293n8
Faber, John, the younger (engraver), 117, 118, 200
patronage, 58–9
prices, 118
engravings: 183
after van Bleeck, 60
after Chardin, 119
after Correggio, 170
after Ellys, 60
after Haytley, 91
after Highmore, 60
after Holbein, 297n5
after Hudson, 60, 183–4
after Hysing, 60
after Kneller, 59, 59–60
after J. Laguerre, 60
after Mercier, 60, 146, 148
after Ramsay, 184
after Williams, 60
Facius, Georg Siegmund (engraver), 236, 269, 274
Facius, Johann Gottfried (engraver), 236, 268–9, 274
Faden, William (mapseller), 220, 278–9
Fairburn, John (printseller), 223
Fairfax, Thomas (general), 57
Faithorne, William the elder (engraver), 19, 25, 41, 287n1, 291n82
Faithorne, William the younger (engraver), 21
Falckeysen, Theodor (engraver), 240
Falconet, Pierre Etienne (designer), 227
Falda, Giovanni Battista (engraver), 28, 40
fans, 81, 83, 94, 130, 138, 150, 156, 161, 246
export of, 94, 122
price of, 83, 94
fansellers, 81, 83, 94, 130, 134, 246
Farington, Joseph (painter), 210–11, 216, 227, 248, 303n15, 308n34
Farren, Elizabeth (actress, later Countess of Derby), 307n58
Faucci, Carlo (engraver), 167, 174
Fauquier, William (collector), 177
Fayram, John (designer), 156
Fehrt, de (engraver), 14
Félibien, André (writer), 42, 171
Ferdinand IV, King of the Two Sicilies, 266
Ferri, Ciro (painter), 40, 41
Feti, Domenico (painter), 171
Fielding, Henry (writer), 90, 298n105
prints from, 212
Fietta, Dominic (printseller), 274
Finch, Captain, 12
Finch, Lady Charlotte, 307n58
Finlayson, John (engraver), 191, 196, 198
fireworks, prints of, 150, 296n78
fish, prints of, 130, 134–5, 136
Fisher, Edward (engraver), 288n61
reputation, 200–01
engravings: 206
after Dance, 303n95
after Reynolds, 198, 302n63
Fittler, James (engraver), 227, 234
Fitzwilliam, Anne, Countess, 184
Fitzwilliam, Lady Charlotte, portrait of, 184–5, 185
Flaxman, John (designer), 220
Flemish prints, 25, 30, 31, 35, 113, 115, 116, 123, 138
Fletcher, Henry (engraver), 63, 82, 86, 130, 133, 134
Fletcher, James (bookseller), 12, 163
Fletcher, John (dramatist), portrait of, 62
Flood, Mr (amateur caricaturist), 245
Florence, 71, 176, 266, 268, 281, 302n53
prints of the frescos in the Pitti Palace, 35, 40
flowers: see botanical prints Fokke, Simon (engraver), 171
Folkema, Jacob (engraver), 171, 296n95
Fontanel, Abraham (painter and printseller), 229
Foote, Samuel (actor), portrait of, 196
Foots Cray, Kent, Bourchier Cleeve’s collection at, 167
view of, 163, 168
Ford, Richard (auctioneer), 126
Ford, Thomas (amateur designer), 63
Fores, Samuel William (printseller), 216
Forrest, R. (printseller), 97, 112
Forrest, Thomas (printseller), 9, 10
Foster, George (printseller), 107
Foster, Ingham (merchant and collector), 177
Fountaine, Sir Andrew (collector), 70
Fountains Abbey, Yorks., view of, 158
Fouquet, Pierre (printseller), 123, 177, 279
Fourdrinier, Paul (engraver), 113, 113, 148, 176, 176, 117
Fox, Mr (amateur caricaturist), 245
Fox, J. (printseller), 295n22
frames, 118, 122, 218
frame-makers, 10, 108, 111–12, 218–20
framing services offered, 9, 19, 71, 113
gilt, 5, 23, 122, 218, 266
gilt sanded, 118, 150
lacquered, 10, 23, 138
pear-wood, 10, 118, 122
spandrels, 218
with verre églomisé, 218
price of, 22, 23, 118, 131
insured, 134
prints exported framed, 122, 279
Francard, Laurent (designer), 294n72
Francklin, Thomas (dramatist), 256
François, Jean-Charles (engraver), 175–6
Frankfurt, 245, 277
Frankland, Frederick, 288n39
Frankland, Sir Thomas, 169
Frauenholz, Johann Friedrich (printseller), 276, 280
Frederick II ‘the Great’, King of Prussia, portraits of 122
Frederick William II, King of Prussia, 269
Frederick, Prince of Wales, 115, 117, 134, 139, 172–3
Frederick, Charles (collector), 124
Free Society of Artists, 188
Freemasons, prints for, 145
French prints, imported xii, 3, 5, 9, 10, 19, 25, 26, 30, 32, 35, 37, 94, 106, 108–9, 111, 113, 115, 122, 123, 220, 272–7, 283
dealers in, 114, 115, 116, 220
prices charged for, 46, 126, 291n97
sold at auction, 26, 29, 31
sold in provinces, 11–12
sold in America, 13
in Germany, 277
copied for transfer printing, 100
‘Fresnoy’ (journalist), 202–3
Frey, Jakob (engraver), 29, 33, 40, 125, 174
Frye, Thomas (painter), 100, 125, 198, 200–01, 201
Fulham, 214
Funk, Herr (printseller), 264
Furber, Robert (nurseryman), 82, 86, 97, 130–34, 132–3, 198, 298n60
furniture, prints as patterns for, 100
for furniture prints, see display of prints Fuseli, Henry (painter), 237, 238, 281, 306n16
Füssli, Johann Caspar (art historian), 262, 264
Gaignières, François-Roger de (collector), 44
Gainsborough, Thomas (painter), reputation, 206
prints by, 182, 225, 226, 302n71
prints after: fancy, 218, 218, 249, 253, 276, 306n19
landscape, 100, 174, 182, 183, 188, 190, 269, 301n5, 304n40
portrait, 211, 263, 278, 278
Gamble, James (printer), 216
Gamble, Martha (fanseller), 83, 94, 97, 135, 136
Gamberini, Carlo (art dealer), 73–4
Gandon, James (architect), 253
gardens, views of, xii, 5, 8, 28, 29, 40, 94, 138, 140, 150, 154, 155–7, 155, 157, 161–7, 162, 164–5, 269, 274
printed designs for, 139–40
machines for supplying water to, 63, 64
gardeners, 98, 134, 136
Society of, 63, 118–19, 120
Gardner, Daniel (painter), 211, 213, 275
Garret, John (printseller), 7
Garrick, David (actor), subscribes to Society of Arts, 186
expressive characterisation, 205–6, 237, 261
visits Paris, 182
visits Rome, 296n102
prints dedicated to, 231
portraits of: 21, 60, 119, 198, 229, 263
as Abel Drugger, 205
as the Farmer, 196
as Hamlet, 90, 95
as Jaffier, 198, 198
as King Lear, 90
as Macbeth, 237
as Richard III, 90, 94, 237
as Romeo, 90, 146
apotheosis of, 229
Garthwaite, Anna Maria (designer), 97–8
Gascars, Henri (painter), 58
Gaugain, Thomas (engraver and printseller), 214
engravings: 307n83
after Morland, 273
after Northcote, 224, 243, 278, 278
Gautier, Solomon (printseller), 5, 30
Gautier d’Agoty, Jacques Fabien (engraver), 121
Gay, John (poet), 12, 75, 248
portrait of, 12
prints from works by, 91, 306n4
Gazzetta toscana, 281
Geisweiler, C., 279–80
gems, engraved, 9
General Advertiser, 145
Geneva, 279
Genlis, Félicité Stephanie, Comtesse de Brusbart de, 254
Gentleman’s and London Magazine, The, 252
George I, King of England, 97, 103, 195
portraits of, 5, 22, 23, 23, 58, 58, 288n78
prints dedicated to, 67
prints presented to, 52, 55
George II, King of England, 52, 115, 149, 261
George III, King of England, employs Bartolozzi, 175
meets Zuccarelli, 181
commissions paintings, 203, 236
offices by appointment to, 114–15, 184, 220, 223
knights Strange, 175
subscribes to prints, 177
relations with Boydell, 196, 209
prints dedicated to, 230
presented to, 209, 230–32, 243
collection, 175, 196, 261–2
portraits of, 174, 184, 294n57, 303n95
George, Prince of Wales (later George IV), 213, 232
portrait of, 278, 278
Gerbier, Sir Balthazar (art dealer), portrait of, 173
Géricault, Theodore (painter), 310n140
German prints, 25, 31, 122
Gersaint, Edme-François (art dealer), 46, 169
Gervas, George (engineer), 63
Ghezzi, Pier Leone (caricaturist), 122
Ghisi, Giorgio (engraver), 30
Gibbon, John (cattle breeder), 227
Gibbs, James (architect), 45, 63, 287n9, 292n57, 297n29
Gibraltar, plan of, 150
views of sieges, 227, 242, 243, 244
Gibson, Thomas (painter), 81
Gideon, Samson (collector), 173
Gill, Mr (frame-maker), 111, 134
Gillray, James (engraver), 216
reputation, 234
writing on his prints, 248
engravings: caricatures, 208, 209–10, 216, 223, 229, 230, 248, 249, 258, 286
prices, 232
historical after own design, 222, 249
after Northcote, 223, 249
after Countess Spencer, 245
Gilpin, Sawrey (painter), 195
Gilpin, William (writer), xiv, 158–9, 170, 173, 201, 262
Giordano, Luca (painter), 293n87
Giorgione (painter), 44, 74, 171
Girard, Father John Baptist (carnal Jesuit), 146
Girard, Romain (engraver), 275
Girardon, François (sculptor), 35, 37, 43, 289n11
Giuseppe, Giovanni (painter), 293n87
glass paintings, 5, 10, 23, 109
glass prints, 23, 108, 223
price of, 223
glazing, price of, 22
Glass, Thomas (printseller), 7, 83, 97, 106, 135, 146, 150, 288n42
Gleed, Jonathan (bookseller), 121
globes, 3, 5
Gloucester, 119, 121, 143
Glover, Richard (dramatist), 256
Goadby, Robert (bookseller), 121, 121
Goddard, Thomas (bookseller), 11, 12, 89, 138, 288n44, 288n46
Godet, Gyles (printseller), 289n2
Godfrey, Richard (engraver), 259
Goethe, Johann Wolfgang von (writer), 246
prints from Sorrows of Werther, 248, 252–3, 259, 276, 276 309nl01
Goldar, John (engraver), 198, 199, 301n39
Goldsmith, Oliver (writer), prints from Deserted Village, 249
Goltzius, Hendrik (engraver), 30, 111, 201
Goodman, Robert (bookseller), 121
Gori Gandellini, Giovanni (art historian), 264
Gosse, Thomas (engraver), 213, 248
Góttingen, University of, 261, 264
Gougenot, Louis, abbé (writer), 171
Gough, Richard (antiquary), 258
Goupy, Joseph (painter), 13, 86, 117
publications: after Ricci, 123
after Rosa, 15, 70, 70, 293n90
after Solimena, 70
republished, 115, 209
Gower, John (poet), portrait of, 62
Goyton, Jean (printer), 289n106
Grace, Mary (painter), 245
Grafton, Augustus Henry Fitzroy, 3rd Duke of, 223
Graham, James (picture-dealer), 70
Graham, Richard (art expert), 70
Granby, John Manners, Marquis of, 196, 196, 205, 243
Granger, James (extra-illustrator), 244
Gratton, Mr (amateur caricaturist), 245
Grave, Robert (printseller), 216
Gravelot, Hilbert (designer), 114–15, 117, 125, 155, 156, 163, 167, 169, 169, 171
Graves, Robert (printseller), 284
Gray, Charles (collector), 44
Gray, Thomas (poet), 159, 193, 196
Green, Benjamin (engraver and drawing master), his daughter, 245
and soft-ground etching, 176
engravings: after drawings, 301n5
after Stubbs, 130, 191, 193, 198, 200, 310n140
Green, Guy (potter), 100
Green, Sarah (engraver), 245
Green, V. & R. (printsellers), 225, 279
Green, Valentine (engraver and printseller), 211
pupil of Hancock, 100
Review of the Polite Arts, 125, 185, 235, 238
official appointments, 202, 267–8
reputation, 206
pupils, 211, 267–8, 279, 308n32
tour to Germany, 267
correspondents, 227, 264, 279
co-publications, 279
distributors, 220, 267, 278–9
value of stock, 211
hires exhibition room, 227
catalogues, 267
retirement and bankruptcy, 281
engravings: after Batoni, 267, 267
after Bellucci, 267, 268
after Copley, 243, 243
after Gainsborough, 263
with Jukes, 214, 259
after Reynolds, 244, 245
after Rubens, 225
after Trumbull, 243
after West, 191, 196, 197, 200, 202, 235, 236, 282, 302n64, 305n110
after Wright, 193, 194
Dusseldorf Gallery, 230, 267–8
Queens of England, 231, 237, 244, 246, 256, 258, 267, 308n95
prints sold in Germany, 267, 280
Greenwich, view from, 122
Royal Hospital, 55, 62, 235–6
views of, 63, 75
Greenwood, John (auctioneer), 218
Greuze, Jean-Baptiste (painter), 220, 253, 303n6
Gribelin, Simon (engraver), 18, 21, 22, 66–7
engravings: after Le Brun, 18, 18
after de Matteis, 66
after Palma, 66, 81
after Raphael, 12, 49, 50, 66, 81
after Romano, 66, 81
after Rubens, 13, 67
after Tintoretto, 66, 68
copied, 80, 81
after Veronese, 66, 81
ornament, 94
portrait, 76
unfinished, 73
republishes Lombart, 18, 69
republished, 105, 115, 209
Griffin, Elizabeth (printseller), 108, 108, 145
Griffin, Peter (printseller), 108–9, 110, 122, 296n78
Grignion, Charles (engraver), 202
engravings: after Canaletto, 165
after Hayman, 145
after Hogarth, 94
after Pond, 21
after Stuart, 177
Grillo, Professor, 269
Grimm, Samuel Hieronymus (designer), 223
Grisoni, Giuseppe (designer), 67
Groenewegen, J. (bookseller), 30, 31
Gros, Antoine-Jean (painter), 310n140
Grose, Francis (antiquary), 258
Grosley, Pierre Jean (traveller), 144
Grosvenor, Richard, 1st Earl of, 179, 238, 240
Grosvenor, Sir Robert, 140
Grüner, Johann Gerhard (curator), 248, 272, 274
Gubbins, Herts., views of, 163, 167
Guercino (Giovanni Francesco Barbieri, painter), 174–5, 180, 281
Guildford, Surrey, view of, 223
Guilford, Francis North, 1st Earl of, 165
Guise, John (collector), 71
Gulston, Joseph (collector), 233
Gunst, Pieter van (engraver), after Le Brun, 36, 290n66
after Raphael, 11, 49
after Titian, 19
after Van Dyck, 18, 69, 287n9
portraits, 117
Guttenberg, Carl (engraver), 240, 280
Gwynne, Mary, née Horneck, portrait of, 213
Haddon Hall, Derbs., view of, 165
Hadrill, Mr (printer), 240, 306n11, 306n26
Haecken: see Aken
Haflang, Count (diplomat), 267
Hagedorn, Christian Ludwig von (administrator), 85, 169, 272
Hagley Hall, Wores., view of, 165
Hague, The, 33, 92, 172
Haid, Johann Elias (engraver), 269
Haid, Johann Gottfried (engraver), 196, 269
Haid, Johann Jakob (engraver-printseller), 269
Haines, John (printseller), 277–8
Halbusch, Mr (bookseller), 125
Halfpenny, John (designer), 122
Halfpenny, William (designer), 100, 139
Halicarnassus, 176
Halifax, Charles Montagu, Earl of, 66
Hall, John (engraver), 202, 224
and Chelsea porcelain manufactory, 100
prize for drawing, 187
pupils, 288n61
engravings: after Carter, 243
after West, 196, 240, 274
Hall Barn, Bucks., views of, 163, 167
Hals, Frans (painter), 180
Hamburg, 277, 280
Ham Farm, Surrey, 166
Hamilton and Argyll, Elizabeth, Duchess of, née Gunning, 183
Hamilton, Elizabeth Anne, Duchess of, 246
Hamilton, Emma, Lady, 257, 304n27
Hamilton, Gavin (painter), 204, 204
Hamilton, Hugh (painter), 203
Hamilton, John (painter), 258
Hamilton, William (painter), 218, 220, 224, 253, 256, 280, 306n17
Hamilton, Sir William, 259
Hampton Court Palace, Mddx, survey of, 299n3
views of 5, 163, 299n8
publication of bridge at, 293n24
iron work at, 94
paintings at, Beauties, 11, 106, 244
Mantegna Cartoons, 67–8
Raphael Cartoons, 3, 29, 49–52, 50–51, 53
Hancock, Robert (engraver), 100, 101
Hanmer, Sir Thomas, 4th Bt, 71
Hannell, William (printseller), 106, 122
Hanover, 261
Harding, Samuel (printseller), 79, 80, 111, 115, 121, 127, 291n77, 291n82
Hardy, Jean Baptiste (printseller), 281
Harleyford Manor, Bucks., view of, 301n2
Harrach, J. N. E., Count (collector), 272
Harris, John (engraver), 21, 57
Harris, John (print colourer), 130
Harris, John (printseller), 215, 223, 223
Hart, Moses (merchant), 163
Hartley, Elizabeth (actress), 256
Harwich, view of, 5
Hastings, battle of, 258
hat marks, prints for, 97
Hatton, Captain, 33
Hawarden, Flints., 115
Hawke, Edward (admiral), portrait of, 183
hawkers, 10, 11, 280
Hawkesbury, Catherine, Lady, 307n58
Hawksmoor, Nicholas (architect), 63
Haws Water, Westm., view of, 159
Hay, Andrew (art dealer), 30, 126
Hayman, Francis (painter), 93, 145, 161, 163, 163 174, 258
Haynes, John (engraver), 225
Haytley, Edward (painter), 91
Hazard, J. (bookseller), 297n21
Hearne, Thomas (antiquary), 65, 291n8
Hearne, Thomas (designer), 211, 212, 258–9, 259 266, 303n13
Heath, James (engraver), 202, 227, 228, 243, 276
Heathfield, George Augustus Eliott, Baron, 244, 244
Heber, Reginald (turf accountant), 121, 141, 144
Hebert, W. (engraver), 176
Hecquet, R. (writer), 169
Heinecken, Carl Heinrich von (curator and art historian), 169, 171, 177, 262, 264, 272, 296n95, 301n29
Heinitz, F. von (administrator), 269
Henderson, Mr (printseller), 295n22
Hennekin, Michael (printseller), 3, 48, 55, 69, 76, 292n57, 294n50
Henrietta Maria, Queen of England, portrait of, 231, 232
Herbert, William (printseller), 31, 108, 114, 118, 122
publications: 109, 281
Herculaneum, 256–7
Hermannstadt (now Sibiu), 272
Hess, Carl (engraver), 268
Hethrington, Mr (royal official), 232
Hevelius, John, portrait of, 61
Hevingham Hall, Suff., 138
Heywood, Mrs, 246
Highmore, Anthony (designer), 163
Highmore, Joseph (painter), 60, 90, 93, 190, 198
Hilbert, John (engraver), 122
Hildyard, Mr (print collector), 189
Hildyard, Francis (bookseller), 12
Hill, John (botanist), 98, 130
Hillier, Nathaniel (collector), 233
history prints, xiv, 11, 15, 18, 35, 58, 66–74, 80–81, 90–93, 108, 117, 122, 126, 167–80, 187–90, 193–206, 209, 215–20, 225, 227–8, 230–31, 235–59, 267–72, 282
foreigners employed to engrave, 18, 54, 71, 73–4
Hoadly, Benjamin (clergyman), 76
Hocquet, Mme (printer), 228, 240
Hodges, Charles Howard (engraver), 213, 250, 307n50
Hodges, William (painter), 232, 233, 259, 264, 268
Hogarth, Jane (printseller), 225, 233, 302n56
Hogarth, William (painter and engraver), xiv, 3, 16, 117, 174, 190, 283
as satirist, 79
and St Martin’s Lane Academy, 202
and 1735 copyright Act, 86–9
style, 88
attitudes and theories, 93, 129
and Rembrandt’s etchings, 111, 126–7
and Beef Steak Club, 181
as model, 195, 204
reputation, 20, 88, 91–2, 108, 261
collected, 232–3, 272, 309n68
explanations of prints in French, 91
prices, 82, 86, 118, 134, 232–3
price of oeuvre 169
and Bakewell, 107
and Kirby, 119
paintings published, 209, 225, 233
publications: Bad Taste of the Town, 86
Beer Street and Gin Lane, 91, 119
Calais Gate, 92, 96
Distressed Poet, 91, 134
Enraged Musician, 91
Four Times of Day, 91, 233
Mr Garrick in the Character of Richard 3d, 91, 94
A Harlot’s Progress, 82–3, 84
price of, 82
copies of 11, 83, 85, 89, 288n42
price of, 134
Henry VIII and Anne Bolyn, 11
Hudibras, 90, 91
March to Finchley, 91, 96
Marriage-à-la-mode, 88, 91
Midnight Modern Conversation, 86, 118, 138
copies of, 86, 87, 118
Moses Brought to Pharoah’s Daughter, 92
Paul before Felix, 92, 127, ticket for, 126, 127
Rake’s Progress, 88, 89
price of, 134
authorised copies of, 294n58
Sigismunda, 179
sold in France, 279
in Italy, 281
republished, 209
Hogg, James (engraver), 213, 227
Holbeach, Lines., 227
Holbeck, Yorks., 57
Holbein, Hans (painter), 173, 180, 297n5
Holland, William (printseller), 216, 232
Hollar, Wenceslaus (engraver), 3, 80, 111, 128, 169, 171, 216, 279, 291n88
Hollis, Thomas (antiquary), 302n87
Homer (poet), xi
portrait of, 60
prints from works of, 196, 196, 204, 204, 217, 246, 254
Hone, Nathaniel (painter), 177, 180
Honthorst, Gerrit (painter), 60, 173
Hooghe, Romeyn de (engraver), 25
Hooke, Robert (architect), 25
Hooper, Samuel (bookseller), 193
Hopffer, C. W. (engraver), 277
Hoppner, John (painter), 279
Hosier, Francis (admiral), 150
Hotham, Henrietta Gertrude, 307n58
Houbraken, Arnold (engraver), 19, 69
Houbraken, Jacob (engraver), 86, 114, 126, 296n95
Houghton Hall, Norf., designs for published, 63
publication of paintings at, 173, 209, 230
Houlditch, Richard (collector), 70
Houston, Richard (engraver), in Dublin, 185
reputation, 200
engravings: after Hoare, 90
after Mercier, 146
after Penny, 196, 203
after Rembrandt, 167, 173, 180
after Seymour, 143–4, 144
after Spencer, 143–4
Hove, Frederick Henderick van (engraver), 80
Howard, Hugh (collector), 70
Howard, John (prison reformer), 222, 249
Huber, Michael (art historian), 201, 264, 272–3, 280–2, 301n29
Huck, Johann Gerhard (engraver), 227, 231, 258, 267–8, 272, 279
Huck, Johann Gottfried (printseller), 267
Hudson, Thomas (painter), 60, 127, 184
Hugford, Ignazio (painter), 281
Hughs, John (collector), 70
Huguenots, 5, 18, 20, 113, 125, 155
Hull, 122, view of, 122
Hull, Thomas (dramatist), 256
Hulsberg, Henry (engraver), 4, 7, 21, 53, 63
Hulton, Robert (printseller), 5–7, 7, 10, 22, 35, 75, 111, 134, 293n3, 294n50
Hume, David (historian and philosopher), 255–6
Humphrey, Hannah (printseller), 208, 216, 230, 244, 246, 248, 249, 286, 305n68
Humphrey, William (engraver and printseller), 180, 193, 216, 223, 246, 289n118
Humphry, Ozias (painter), 216, 267
Hüne, Albert (historian), 261
Hunter, William (surgeon), 117, 118
Huntingdon, Theophilus Hastings, 7th Earl of, portrait of, 21
Hurd, Richard (antiquarian), 254
Huret, Grégoire (engraver), 115
Hurst & Robinson (printsellers), 303n11
Huyberts, Cornelis (engraver), 19, 69
Huysum, Jacob van (painter), 63, 120
Hylton, Richard (fan painter), 94, 130, 131, 134–5
Hysing, Hans (painter), 60
Ibbetson, Julius Caesar (painter), 225
importing and imported prints, 25–37, 122–6, 215, 218
statistics, 25, 123; see Dutch, Flemish, French, German, Italian
Incorporated Society of Artists: see Society of Artists of Great Britain
India, export of art to, 195, 262
views of, 75, 232, 233, 259, 264
India pictures, 5, 10, 23, 109, 138
Inglish, Robert (publisher), 292n18
Innys, William (bookseller), 9
insurance, 114, 134, 210–11, 214, 216, 218, 220
Ipswich, Suff., 121
Ipswich Journal, 119
Ireland, Samuel (engraver), 248
Islington, 213
Italian prints, bought in Italy, 28–9, 33, 125
imported, xii, 25–6, 28, 30, 32–5, 123–6
dealers in, 3, 5, 10, 19, 25, 33–4, 41, 108–9, 113, 115, 116
sold at auction, 26, 29, 31, 45
in America, 13
copies of English prints, 277
Jackson, John (nephew of Pepys), 28–9, 32–3
Jackson, John Baptist (engraver), 98, 124, 124, 272
Jackson, Michael (printseller), 109
Jacobe, Johann (engraver), 269
Jacobite prints, 58, 76–8, 78–9, 122, 148, 292n26
James I, King of England, 60
James II, King of England, portrait of, 3
James Francis Edward, Prince of Wales, the ‘Old Pretender’, 78, 116, 121, 149
portraits of, 58, 76, 78, 288n78
Janinet, François (engraver), 274, 275
Jansen, Sir Stephen, 100
Japanning: prints and varnish for, 5, 100, 109, 111, 122, 136–9
Jarvis, Mrs (printseller), 111
Jarvis, J. (printseller), 131
Jeaurat, Etienne (painter), 37, 123
Jee, Edward (printseller), 223
Jeffryes, John (printseller), 281
Jeffery, Edmund (bookseller), 12
Jefferys, James (painter), 242, 243, 303n13
Jefferys, Thomas (printseller), 94, 114, 125, 130, 177, 186, 220, 264
Jefferys, William (painter), 242, 243
Jenkins, Thomas (art dealer), 297n116
Jenner, Thomas (printseller), 25
Jervais, Thomas (glass painter), 235
Jervas, Charles (painter), 28, 49
Jockey Club, 144
Jode, Gerbrant de (engraver), 295n19
Johannot, Josias (papermaker), 21–2, 118
Johnson, Cornelius (Cornelis Janson), 173
Johnson, Samuel (writer), 186
Johnson, Thomas (designer), 99
Johnston, Andrew (engraver and printseller), 20, 57, 81, 81, 292n62, 294n50
Joliffe john (bookseller), 122, 134
Joly, Hugues-Adrien (curator), 274
Jones, Inigo (architect), 21, 63, 67, 75, 173
Jones, John (engraver), 256, 306n16
Jones, Thomas (painter), 191, 193, 196, 268
Jones, Sir William, 259
Jonson, Benjamin (poet), portrait of, 60–61, 62
Jordaens (painter), 126, 169
Jordan, Dorothy (actress), 246
Jordan, Timothy (printseller), 294n50
Josef II, Holy Roman Emperor, 269
Joullain, François (printseller), 115, 177
Joullain, Francois-Charles (printseller), 262
Jouret, Henry (frame-maker), 112
Journal brittanique, 92, 93, 172
Journal de Pans, 232, 240, 277
Joursanvault, Baron de (collector), 200, 230
Jouvenet, Jean (painter), 37
Joy, William (strong man), portrait of, 9
Jukes, Francis (engraver), 176, 214, 214
Jullienne, Jean de (collector), 295n32
June, John (engraver), 145
Junker, Carl Ludwig (writer), 264, 272
Karlsruhe, 269
Kauffman, Angelica (painter), Queen’s patronage of, 196, 203
reputation, 206, 245
paintings by, 220
exhibits, 199
designs used on furniture, 246
publishers of 191, 209–11, 218, 221, 236
prints by, 225
prints after, 196, 196, 209, 216, 217, 219, 246, 247, 254, 254–5, 256, 268, 268, 270, 271, 272, 279, 306n17, 307n58, 308n95
sold in France, 279
in Germany, 277, 310n125
collected, 272
copied, 275, 275
copies falsely attributed to, 276, 276
Kaunitz, Wenzel Anton, Count (administrator), 269
Keating, George (engraver), 274
Kendall, John (printseller), 223
Kenilworth Castle, view of, 158
Kennet, White, Dean of Peterborough, 78
Kennion, Edward (painter), 259
Kensal Green, 213
Kent, Henry Grey, 1st Duke of, 63, 167, 299n3
Kent, William (designer), 63, 155–6, 297n29
Kentish Town, 213
Keppel, the Hon. Augustus, portrait of, 229
Kerseboom, Frederic (painter), 59
Kessler, Aloys (engraver), 276
Kessel, Baron von (collector), 272
Kew, Royal gardens at, views of, 163
Kilian, Andreas (engraver), 171, 274
King, Giles (engraver), 83, 94, 135, 136
King, John (printseller), 2, 5, 6, 106, 294n50
press, 10
takes subscriptions, 48, 54, 135–6
subscribes, 134
sale, 106
sells prints, 97, 148–9
publications, 11, 83, 130
republications, 135
Kingsbury Henry (engraver), 253
Kingston, Evelyn Pierrepont, 2nd Duke of, 293n96
Kinnoul, Robert Auriol Drummond, 10th Earl of, portrait of, 196
Kip, John (engraver), 8, 21, 54
Kirby, Joshua (designer), 119, 223
Kirk, John (toyman), 146
Kirkall, Elisha (engraver and printseller), 13, 19
correspondence, 293n90
engravings: 5, 63
botanical, 63, 120
for Book of Common Prayer, 80
for Stukeley, 65
publications: The Carnal Jesuit, 146
Harlot’s Progress, 83, 85; 12
Prints in Claro Obscuro, vi, 16, 55, 70, 71, 171
price of, 22–3, 70
Raphael Cartoons, 52
after Ricci, 123
after Ridinger, 141
after van de Velde, 293n90
plates acquired by Bowles, 105
Kirkstall Abbey, Yorks., view of, 158
Kit-Kat club, the, 9
Kitchin, George (printer), 22
Kleiner, Solomon (designer), 291n77
Klopstock, F.G. (writer), 196
Klostermann (art dealer), 268
Knapton, Charles (engraver), 70, 72, 117, 119, 156, 157, 170
Knapton, John and Paul (booksellers), 86, 114, 117, 119
English History Delineated, 92–3, 97
Knaresborough, Yorks., view of, 159
Kneller, Sir Godfrey (painter), 18, 20, 23, 28, 58–9, 58–9, 75, 183, 244, 288n78, 295n19
Knight, Charles (engraver), 211
Knight, Edward (collector), 126, 166, 296n100, 297n16
Knightsbridge, 214
Knowsley Hall, Liverpool, 15, 70
Knyff, Leonard (painter), 29–30
Britannia Illustrata, 3, 52, 54, 54, 75
Kuntz, Carl (engraver), 269
Lacey, George (fan-seller), 134
La Fage, Raymond (designer), 80
L’Agneau (printseller), 275
Laguerre, John (actor and painter), 60, 90, 92
Laguerre, Louis (painter), 55, 69, 71
La Hogue, burning of French fleet at, 240, 241
Lairesse, Gerard de (painter), 16, 301n42
Lake District, views of, 159–61, 167, 211, 234
Lallement, Mr (picture dealer), 30
Lambe, Aaron (auctioneer), 126
Lambert, George (painter), 86, 181
prints after, 117, 174, 181, 181
republished, 198, 209
Lancret, Nicolas (painter), 117, 123, 146, 147
landscape prints, xiv, 11, 20, 35, 115, 122, 157–61, 181–2, 188–91, 211, 215
Landguard Fort, view of, 182
Lanercost Priory, view of, 259, 259
Lanfranco, Giovanni (painter), 30, 41
Langford, Abraham (auctioneer), 126, 128, 296n100
Langham, Mr (print colourer), 130
Langley, Batty (designer), 98–9, 139, 155, 294n92
Langlois, François (printseller), 25
Lankrink, Prosper Henry (painter), 28
Laroon, Marcellus (painter), 8, 80, 289n15
Lascelles, Edwin, later 1st Baron Harewood, 177
Laurent, Pierre (printseller), 279
Lauri, Filippo (painter), 180
Laurie & Whittle (printsellers), 221, 232
Laurie, Robert (engraver and printseller), 216
Lavenham, Suff., 214, 281
Law, John (financier), 32
Lawranson, William (painter), 306n17
Lawrence, Andrew (engraver), 86, 189
Leasowes, The, Worcs., view of, 165
Le Bas, Jacques-Philippe (engraver), reputation of, xi, 174, 192
pupils of, 115, 116
specialist in Flemish landscape, 174
oeuvre with title, 169
engravings by, 115, 122–3, 170, 293n20
collected, 308n68
Le Blanc, abbé Jean-Bernard (writer), 261
Le Blon, Jean Christophe (entrepreneur), 71
Le Brun, Charles (painter), xii, 59, 72, 84, 291n87, 291n88
prints after: Battle and Triumph of Constantine, 5, 36, 37, 29
In 75 Battles of Alexander, 5, 15, 15, 18, 18, 30, 35–7, 38–40, 49, 122
prices, 51, 126
Crucifixion, 35
Grand Escalier, 47, 287n9
Histoire du Rot, 28, 37, 56
Meleager tapestries, 26, 27
catalogue of works, 287n2, 300n53
Le Clerc, Sébastien (engraver), 28, 57, 295n19
Le Comte, Florent (art historian), 13, 21, 42, 169, 287n2, 300n53, 301n42
Lee, John (publisher), 135, 137
Lee, Sophia (dramatist), 253
Leeds, Yorks., 12
view of, 57
Le Grand, Augustin (engraver), 240
Leicester, 121
Leicester, Sir Peter, 177
Leicester, Thomas Coke, 1st Earl of, 70
Leipzig, 172, 182, 264, 272, 277, 280–81, 283
Lely, Sir Peter (painter), 28, 58–9, 173, 244
Le Moine, François (painter), 295n41
Lemprière, C. (designer), 45, 150
Le Prince, Jean-Baptiste (engraver), 176
Lenoir (printseller), 240, 274–6, 275
Lenoir, Rose (engraver), 275, 275
Lens, Bernard (engraver), 4, 13, 20, 21, 30, 169, 171
Lens, William (clockmaker), 23
Lenthall, John (playing card seller), 9, 10
Leoni, James (Giacomo, architect), 297n29
Le Pautre, Jean (designer), 37, 94, 111, 294n72
Le Père & Avaulez (printsellers), 277, 279
Lépicié, François-Bernard (engraver), 19, 52, 54, 57, 74
Le Rouge (engraver), 274
Lerpinière, Daniel (engraver), 188, 234, 301n24
Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim (writer), 262
Lestock, Richard (admiral), 153
Le Sueur, Eustache (painter), 71
Lethieullier, Smart (collector), 124
Letton, Thomas (engraver), 308n95
Lévesque, P.C. (writer), 247, 282, 307n51
Levi, James (auctioneer), 29
Leviez, Charles (dancing master and printseller), 114, 182, 279
Lewis, Mr (bookseller), 48
Lewis, Henry (printer), 22
Leyden, Lucas van (engraver), 31
libraries, 30–31, 122
public, 45
licenses: see copyright
Lichtenberg, Georg Christoph (writer), 308n99
Liège, 280–81
Lightbody, James (engraver), 7
Lightoler, Timothy (designer), 100
Ligonier, John, 1st Earl, portrait of, 198
Lille, 278
Lincoln, Anna Maria, Countess of (amateur designer), 245
Lindlau, Valentin (art dealer), 280
Lindsay, Lady Anne, 246
Lindsey, Mrs (bookseller), 55
line-engraving, process and use, 13–14, 13, 14, 218
Linnell, John (designer), 302n55, 303n15
Lintott, Bernard (bookseller), 80
literature and literary subjects, 27, 60–62, 60, 62, 90–91, 90–95, 186, 188–90, 191, 193, 195–6, 198, 200, 203–6, 196, 198, 203–5, 208, 209–10, 272, 218, 218, 224, 229, 231, 234, 234, 237–8, 237–8, 247–54, 256, 259, 275–7
lithography, 284
Liverpool, 100, 143, 210, 223
Livesay, Richard (engraver), 225, 233
Livorno, 33, 281
Llandaff cathedral, views of, 122
Lock, Matthew (designer), 98, 100
Locke, John (philosopher), portrait of, 156
Lockman, john (writer), 118, 119, 163, 188
Locksley, David (engraver), 7, 21, 80
Loder, R. (printseller), 223
Lodge, John (engraver), 130
Lodge, William (engraver), 12
Loggan, David (engraver), 25, 80
Loire, Alexis (designer), 294n72
Lombart, Peter (engraver), 18, 69
London, views of, 65, 198
street cries, 8, 10, 80, 146
Bow porcelain factory, 99, 100, 178
Bridewell Hospital, 173
Buckingham House, St James’s, view of, 75
Carlton House, collection at, 167
view of, 163, 164
Christ’s Hospital, 20
Covent Garden, 3, 21, 30, 44, 109, 114
Theatre, 181
Drury Lane, 23
Theatre, 161, 182, 253
East India House, publication of paintings in, 75
view of, 75
Exeter Exchange, 3, 10, 33
Fleet Street, 5, 8, 9, 114, 218
Foundling Hospital, 92, 181
German Church, St James’s, 235, 236
Great Queen Street Academy, 13, 19
Hanover Square, 214
Haymarket theatre, 145, 145
Kensington Palace, survey of, 299n3
views of, 163
publication of paintings at, 66–7, 67–8, 69, 73, 173
Lambeth, 213
Lambeth Palace, 258
Lincoln’s Inn, 92
London Bridge, 108, 109
Marlborough House, St James’s, paintings in, 55, 71
view of, 75
Marylebone Gardens, views of, 274
Montagu House, view of, 75, 77
Paternoster Row, 9, 112
Ranelagh Gardens, 163, 165
Royal Exchange, 7, 7, 9, 10, 30, 106
St Clement Danes, view of, 8
St James’s Palace, 76
St Martin’s Lane, 3, 109
Academy, 13, 113, 202
St Paul’s Cathedral, 63, 235
elevations of, 4, 21
Thornhill’s decoration of Cupola, 3, 9, 12, 54–5, 287n9
copied 81
churchyard, 5, 9, 55, 82, 105, 220
St Stephen, Walbrook, 235, 236
South Sea House, view of, 75
Stationers’ Hall, 9, 10, 17, 236, 237
Strand, 3, 9, 12, 218
New Church, 287n9, 292n57
Temple Bar, 9, 10, 109, 112
Vauxhall Gardens, 94, 150, 161–3
prints sold at, 163, 299n30
Westminster Abbey, 63
Westminster Bridge, view of, 117
Westminster Hall, 7, 8, 9, 9, 10, 13, 14, 106, 112
Whitechapel altarpiece, 142
Whitehall, Banqueting Hall, 125
for suburban villages, see Chelsea, Islington, Richmond etc
London Evening Post, 118, 148
London Gazette, 9, 62
London Magazine, 188
Longhi, Pietro (painter), 125
Lord, J. (printseller), 82
Lort, Matthew (antiquary), 258
Louis XIV, King of France, 21, 26, 30, 37, 48–9, 76, 171, 235, 238
portrait of, 28
Loutherbourg, Philip James (Philippe Jacques de), 225, 227
Loving, Edward (designer), 65, 66
Lovisa, Domenico (printseller), 40
Lowe, Thomas (actor), portrait of, 91
Lowther, Lady Mary, 177
Lucas van Leyden (engraver), 26, 111
Lunardi, Vincenzo (balloonist), 227
Luttrell, Mrs (printseller), 8
Luyken, Jan (engraver), 25
Lyne, Samuel (printseller and auctioneer), 107
Lynsted, Kent, 12
Lyon, David (bookseller), 30
Lyon, John (painter), 144
Lyon, P. (printseller), 8
Lyttelton, George, 1st Baron, 165
Macardell, James (engraver), in Dublin, 185
fees, 21
as publisher, 117
and Society of Arts, 186
and Incorporated Society, 202
prices, 118
engravings: 100, 200
after Brouwer, 167
after Correggio, 170, 179
after Cotes, 183
after Hudson, 184
after Murillo, 180
after Pine, 91, 190
after Ramsay, 184
after Ribera, 167
after Rembrandt, 173, 180
after Reynolds, 183, 185, 185, 198
after Rubens, 173
after Van Dyck, 173, 245
after B. Wilson, 91, 95
after Zoffany, 198, 198
collected, 272, 309n68
Macclesfield, Thomas Parker, 1st Earl of, 58
Macklin, Thomas (printseller), 209, 218, 261, 281
partners of, 213
publications: Bible, 218, 248
Poets Gallery, 218, 218, 229, 232, 234
Shakespeare, 238, 246
portrait of Lord Mansfield, 244
Macpherson, David (economist), 261–2
Macpherson, James, 259
prints from works of, 254
McSwiny, Owen (entrepreneur), 18, 69, 123
Maddox, Peter (apprentice), 130
Madrid, 262
Magazin des Buck- und Kunsthandels, 274, 280
Magazin des Estampes (printseller), 304n43
Major, Thomas (engraver), 115, 192
official appointments, 202
deals in paintings, 301n108
imports plates, 86
imports prints, 125–6
exports prints, 188
specialisation, 173–4, 189
advises collectors, 117, 308n114
and Society of Arts, 186
catalogue, 115
prices, 118
engravings: title for oeuvre, 169, 169
of antiquities, 176–7, 264
after Asselin, 167
after Berghem, 167, 169
after van der Borcht, 167
after Boucher, 296n96
after Claude, 167
after Cuyp, 167
after Dughet, 167
after Gainsborough, 182
after Potter, 167
after Seymour, 81
after Teniers, 167, 168
after Zuccarelli, 301n2
decoration for print rooms, 138
Maidstone, Kent, 186
Mainz, 272, 279, 281
for the Archbishop-Elector, see Erthal
Malham, 161
views near, 158, 160
Mallet, David (dramatist), 256
Malone, Edmund (writer), 225, 232
Malton, Thomas (designer), 225
Manchester, 283
Manchester, Charles Montagu 1st Duke of, 123
Mann, Horace (diplomat), 174
Manners, Louisa, Lady, portrait of, 245
Manners, Lord Robert, 243
Mannheim, 170, 267–8
Mansfield, William Murray, 1st Earl of, portrait of, 244
Mantegna, Andrea (painter), 19, 45, 47, 67
maps, 3, 5, 8, 9, 11, 25, 33, 41, 80, 106, 108, 109, 113, 139, 150, 220
in America, 12
of America, 114, 150
Maratta, Carlo (painter), 14, 41, 46, 49, 70, 180, 291n87, 293n87
Marcuard, Robert (engraver), 303n14
Mariette, Jean (printseller), 3, 33, 37, 294n72
Mariette, Pierre-Jean (printseller), 48, 114
Marieschi, Michele (painter), 140
Markham, Enoch (shop assistant), 130
Marlborough, John Churchill, 1st Duke of, 70
campaigns of, 5, 10, 11, 19, 55, 71, 79
portraits of, 76
Marlborough, Charles, 3rd Duke of and 5th Earl of Sunderland, 173
Marmontel, Jean François (writer), 246, 249–50
prints from works of, 254, 259, 275, 276, 307n83
Marolles, Michel de, abbé de Villeloin, 42
Marot, Jean (designer), 126, 295n19
Marshall, John & Co. (printsellers), 254
Martin, Mile (engraver), 275
Martin, Emmanuel (merchant), 30
Martin, John Frederick (engraver), 268
Martin, Joseph (printseller), 276
Martinot, Henri (designer), 43
Martyn, John (naturalist), 63
Mary Beatrice of Modena, Queen of England, portrait of, 3
Mary II, Queen of England, 25
portraits of, 117
Mary, Queen of Scotland, portraits of, 57, 60
prints concerning, 255, 258
masquerade costumes, prints as models for, 97
Mason, James (engraver), 174, 200
engravings: 269
after Bellers, 167
after Dughet, 156
after Gainsborough, 190
after Lambert, 181, 181
after Pillement, 279
after T. Smith, 160
Mason, William (poet), 256
portrait of, 244
Masson, Antoine (engraver), 111, 291n88
Mather, Cotton (clergyman), portrait of, 12
Mathews, John (printseller), 220
Matlock Tor, Derbys., view of, 158, 160
Matteis, Paolo de (painter), 66
Matthews, Joseph (printer), 306n26
Maty, Matthew (journalist), 92, 172, 176–7, 244
Maurer, J., (designer) 103, 111, 113
Mazell, Peter, the elder (designer), 97
Mazell, Peter, the younger (engraver), 200, 259
Mead, Richard (collector), 57, 60, 70–71
Mears, William (bookseller), 9, 61, 297n24
Mêchel, Chrétier de (engraver), 269, 279–81, 301n4
‘Mechen’, woodcuts by, 31
Meckenem, Israhel van (engraver), 169
medals, 9, 216, 267, 280
Medland, Thomas (engraver), 304n42
Mellan, Claude (engraver), 36, 291n88, 300n53, 309n68
Ménageot, François-Guillaume (painter), 170
Mengs, Anton Raphael (painter), 174, 235
Mercier, Dorothy (printseller), 111, 112
Mercier, Philip (painter), 60, 115, 117, 146, 146, 148, 296n96
Mercure de France, 172
Mereworth Castle, Kent, views of, 163
Merobecke, Mr (printseller), 8
Methuen, Paul (collector), 60, 70
Metsu, Gabriel (painter), 279
Meulen, Adam-Frans van der (painter), 37, 56, 126, 300n53
Meusel, Johann Georg (journalist), 269, 272
mezzotint, process, 16
coloured and colour-printed, 216
use of, 16, 59, 218
Micali, Giacinto (printseller), 281
Michel, Jean-Baptiste (engraver), 269
Michelangelo (painter), 35, 40, 291n87
Middiman, Samuel (engraver), 212, 280, 301n5
Middlesex Journal, 202
Middleton, Sir Hugh, portrait of, 57
Midwinter, Daniel (bookseller), 54
Miereveld, Michiel van (painter), 173
Mieris, Frans van (painter), 173
Mignard, Pierre (painter), xii, 36, 37, 48, 146
Miles, Mr (art dealer), 233
military prints, views and plans of battles and sieges, 5, 9, 10, 37, 79, 111, 112, 114, 121, 148–50, 234, 238–44, 277, 284; see also under individual battles
Millan, John (printseller), 153
Millar, Andrew (bookseller), 117
Miller, John Sebastian: see Müller
Miller, William (painter), 307n78
Millington, Edward (auctioneer), 26, 28
Millward, Thomas (printseller), 108
Milton, John (poet), 9, 62, 118
portraits of, 62, 62
prints from works of, 90
Minasi (engraver), 303n14
Miscellaneen artistischen Inhalts, 264, 280
Mist, Nathaniel (journalist), 76
Mitley, Charles (draughtsman), 66
Mohawk indians, Hendrick, chief of the, print of, 150
Molini, Giovan Claudio (printseller), 281
Molini, Giuseppe (printseller), 281
Molini, Peter (Pietro, printseller), 281
Molteno, Anthony (Antonio, printseller), 218
Molteno, Colnaghi & Co. (printseller), 218
Monamy, Peter (painter), 150, 152, 163
Monier, Pierre (painter), 41, 42
Montagu, Elizabeth (writer), 231, 237, 307n58
Montagu, John, 2nd Duke of, 57, 71
Montagu, R. (bookseller), 297n21
Montesquieu, Charles de Secondat, Baron, 261
Monthly Magazine, 280, 283
Morden, Robert (mapseller), 79
More, Sir Thomas, 163
Morgan, William (printer), 303n10
Morin, Jean (engraver), 291n88
Morino, Johann & Co. (printsellers), 269
Morland, George (painter), 213, 248, 253–4, 273–4, 273–4, 284
Morland, Henry (painter), 198–9, 221, 301n39
Morning Chronicle, 262
Morphew, John (bookseller), 13, 76, 78
Morrice, Sir William (collector), 70
Morris, Thomas (engraver), 303n13
Mortier, David (printseller), 9, 12, 29, 54, 75, 76, 79; see also Covens & Mortier
Mortier, Pieter (printseller), 9
Mortimer, Jane (printseller), 256
Mortimer, John Hamilton (painter), and Society of Artists, 203
reputation, 206
lifestyle, 284
corrects proofs, 302n46
etchings by: 225
Shakespeare Heads, 229, 231, 237, 237
prints after: 204–5, 206, 242, 243, 249, 256, 256, 268
Mortimer, Thomas (writer), 114, 125, 194, 198
Moser, Joseph (enameller), 246
Mosley, Charles (engraver and printseller), 94, 96, 113, 148–9, 288n35
Moscow, 279
Motteux, Peter (art dealer), 29–30
Moyreau, Jean (engraver), 46, 122, 169–70
Müller, Johann Gotthard (engraver), 243
Müller, Johann Sebastian (John Sebastian Miller, engraver), 146, 294n96
Murillo, Bartolomé Esteban (painter), 180
Murphy, John (engraver), 235, 236
Murr, Christoph von (writer), 210
Museum für Künstler und für Kunstliebhaber, 269
music, engraved, 8, 113, 122, 161, 280, 287n1, 291n18
Mylne, Robert (architect), 297n116