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Getting Out One of the Great Buoys: The Deck of the Great Eastern Looking From the Forecastle
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.82
News Received Through the Atlantic Cable From All Parts of the World, etc.
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1866
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.84
The Heights over Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, the William Corey Heading Seawards, Laying the Shore-end of the Atlantic Telegraph Cable, July 7th, 1866
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.74
The Cliffs, Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, the Point at Which the Shore-end of the Cable was Landed on July 22nd, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.60
A Memorial of the Marriage of H.R.H. Albert Edward Prince of Wales and H.R.H. Alexandra Princess of Denmark..
Written by Sir William Howard Russell
(Irish, Tallaght, Dublin 1820–1907 London)
Date: 1863
Medium: Lithography
Accession Number: 1970.565.28
Coiling the Cable in the Large Tanks at the Works of the Telegraph Construction and Maintenance Company of Greenwich, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.53
In the Bows of the Great Eastern: The Cable Broken and Lost, Preparing to Grapple, August 2nd, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.51
The Cable Passed From the Works into the Hulk (the Old Frigate Iris) Lying in the Thames at Greenwich
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.54
Interior of One of the Tanks on Board the Great Eastern: The Cable Passing Out
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.66
Deck of the Great Eastern, the Cable Trough, etc., 1866
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.78
Cressy & Poictiers; Or, The Story of the Black Prince's Page
Written by John G. Edgar
(British, 1834–1864)
Date: 1865
Medium: Steel Plate Engraving
Accession Number: 1971.518.3
Deck of Great Eastern, Aft: the Paying-out Machinery
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1866
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.75
Homeward Bound: "The Great Eastern"
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: ca. 1866
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 92.10.42
H.M.S. Agamemnon Laying the Atlantic Telegraph Cable in 1858: a Whale Crosses the Line
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.68
The Atlantic Telegraph
Written by Sir William Howard Russell
(Irish, Tallaght, Dublin 1820–1907 London)
Date: [1866]
Medium: Color lithography
Accession Number: 61.536.5
The Atlantic Telegraph
Written by Sir William Howard Russell
(Irish, Tallaght, Dublin 1820–1907 London)
Date: [1866]
Medium: Color lithography
Accession Number: 92.10.100
Arrival in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland: The Cable Passed to the Paddle-box Boat of the Terrible, etc.
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.79
A Night Scene. The Cable Entangled and Nearly Broken, July 18th, 1866
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.77
Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, from Cromwell Fort: The Caroline Laying the Earthwire on July 21st, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.61
Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, Looking Seawards from the Point at Which the Cable Reaches the Shore of Ireland
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.58
The Atlantic Telegraph Cable Fleet Assembled at Berehaven (Southwest Coast of Ireland): Ships, the Great Eastern, H.M.S. Terrible, the Alby, the Medway and the William Cory
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1866
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.73
Grappling for the Lost Cable
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: ca. 1866
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 92.10.45
View of the Interior of One of the Tanks on Board the Great Eastern
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.76
Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, Looking from Cromwell Fort: The Caroline and Boats Laying the Earth Wire, July 21st, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.59
A Memorial of the Marriage of H.R.H. Albert Edward Prince of Wales and H.R.H. Alexandra, Princess of Denmark
Written by Sir William Howard Russell
(Irish, Tallaght, Dublin 1820–1907 London)
Date: 1863
Medium: Color lithography and wood engraving
Accession Number: 1972.638.11
Forward Deck of the Great Eastern Cleared for the First Attempt to Grapple for the Lost Cable, August 11th, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.72
The Great Eastern Under Weigh, July 23rd, 1865: Escort and other Ships, H.M.S. Terrible, H.M.S. Sphinx, The Hawk and Revised: The Caroline
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.62
The Cable Fleet Leaving Ireland, July 1858
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.90
Awaiting the Reply
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: ca. 1866
Medium: Oil on canvas
Accession Number: 92.10.43
Valentia in 1857-1858 at the Time of the Laying of the Former Cable
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Medium: Watercolor over graphite with touches of gouache
Accession Number: 92.10.85
Getting Out One of the Great Buoys: The Deck of the Great Eastern Looking From the Forecastle
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.82
News Received Through the Atlantic Cable From All Parts of the World, etc.
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1866
Accession Number: 92.10.84
The Cliffs, Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, the Point at Which the Shore-end of the Cable was Landed on July 22nd, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Accession Number: 92.10.60
A Memorial of the Marriage of H.R.H. Albert Edward Prince of Wales and H.R.H. Alexandra Princess of Denmark..
Written by Sir William Howard Russell
(Irish, Tallaght, Dublin 1820–1907 London)
Date: 1863
Accession Number: 1970.565.28
In the Bows of the Great Eastern: The Cable Broken and Lost, Preparing to Grapple, August 2nd, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Accession Number: 92.10.51
The Cable Passed From the Works into the Hulk (the Old Frigate Iris) Lying in the Thames at Greenwich
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.54
Interior of One of the Tanks on Board the Great Eastern: The Cable Passing Out
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.66
Deck of the Great Eastern, the Cable Trough, etc., 1866
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.78
Cressy & Poictiers; Or, The Story of the Black Prince's Page
Written by John G. Edgar
(British, 1834–1864)
Date: 1865
Accession Number: 1971.518.3
Deck of Great Eastern, Aft: the Paying-out Machinery
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1866
Accession Number: 92.10.75
Homeward Bound: "The Great Eastern"
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: ca. 1866
Accession Number: 92.10.42
H.M.S. Agamemnon Laying the Atlantic Telegraph Cable in 1858: a Whale Crosses the Line
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.68
The Atlantic Telegraph
Written by Sir William Howard Russell
(Irish, Tallaght, Dublin 1820–1907 London)
Date: [1866]
Accession Number: 61.536.5
The Atlantic Telegraph
Written by Sir William Howard Russell
(Irish, Tallaght, Dublin 1820–1907 London)
Date: [1866]
Accession Number: 92.10.100
Arrival in Trinity Bay, Newfoundland: The Cable Passed to the Paddle-box Boat of the Terrible, etc.
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.79
A Night Scene. The Cable Entangled and Nearly Broken, July 18th, 1866
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.77
Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, from Cromwell Fort: The Caroline Laying the Earthwire on July 21st, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Accession Number: 92.10.61
Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, Looking Seawards from the Point at Which the Cable Reaches the Shore of Ireland
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.58
Grappling for the Lost Cable
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: ca. 1866
Accession Number: 92.10.45
View of the Interior of One of the Tanks on Board the Great Eastern
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.76
Foilhummerum Bay, Valentia, Looking from Cromwell Fort: The Caroline and Boats Laying the Earth Wire, July 21st, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.59
A Memorial of the Marriage of H.R.H. Albert Edward Prince of Wales and H.R.H. Alexandra, Princess of Denmark
Written by Sir William Howard Russell
(Irish, Tallaght, Dublin 1820–1907 London)
Date: 1863
Accession Number: 1972.638.11
Forward Deck of the Great Eastern Cleared for the First Attempt to Grapple for the Lost Cable, August 11th, 1865
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.72
The Cable Fleet Leaving Ireland, July 1858
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865–66
Accession Number: 92.10.90
Awaiting the Reply
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: ca. 1866
Accession Number: 92.10.43
Valentia in 1857-1858 at the Time of the Laying of the Former Cable
Robert Charles Dudley
(British, 1826–1900)
Date: 1865
Accession Number: 92.10.85
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