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The Prize Cartoons; Being the Eleven Designs to Which the Premiums Were Awarded by The Royal Commissioners on the Fine Arts in the Year 1843

Artist: After Edward Armitage (British, London 1817–1896 Tunbridge Wells, Kent)
Artist: After George Frederic Watts (British, London 1817–1904 London)
Artist: After Charles West Cope (British, Leeds 1811–1890 Bournemouth)
Artist: After John Calcott Horsley (British, London 1817–1903 London)
Artist: After John Zepheniah Bell (British, Dundee, Scotland 1794–1883 London)
Artist: After Henry James Townsend (British, Taunton, Somerset 1810–1890)
Artist: After WIlliam Edward Frost (British, Wandsworth, Surrey 1810–1877 London)
Artist: After Edmund Thomas Parris (British, Middlesex 1793–1873 London)
Artist: After Henry Courtney Selous (British, Deptford 1811–1890 Beaworthy)
Artist: After John Bridges (British, 1818–1854)
Artist: After Joseph Severn (British, London 1793–1879 Rome)
Lithographer: James Thomas Linnell (British, 1823–1905)
Lithographer: John Linnell the Younger (British, 1821–1906)
Lithographer: William Linnell (British, 1826–1906)
Lithographer: N. Ploszczynski (British, active 1843–50)
Lithographer: Thomas Herbert Maguire (British, London 1821–1895)
Lithographer: C. Steckmest (Danish, active 1847)
Lithographer: Supervising lithographer Ludwig Gruner (German, 1801–1882)
Publisher: Longman, Brown, Green and Longmans (British, London)
Printer: M. & N. Hanhart (London)
Printer: Hullmandel and Walton
Date: 1847
Medium: Illustrations: lithography with tint stones
Dimensions: 25 9/16 x 19 x 1/2 in. (65 x 48.3 x 1.3 cm)
Classification: Books
Credit Line: Administrative Fund, transferred from the Library, 1991
Accession Number: 1991.1073.1(1–11)

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