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  • drawing

    Italian landscape with a country festival; in the centre, a couple dancing, to left, a clump of trees, a group of seated figures and a dog, to right, a woman playing a tambourine surrounded by other figures, seated and standing, in the...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Francesco Zuccarelli (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1702-1788
  • drawing

    Open air dance; with musicians and a couple dancing, a rock arch beyond Pen and grey ink and grey wash

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Daniel Marot II (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1715-1773
  • drawing

    Rural workers merry-making outside an inn in a very poor state of repair. A couple dances to a man playing bagpipes at centre and another at his feet who plays a rumble-pot. General merriment takes place with figures eating and drinking,...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Willem de Heer (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1634
  • drawing

    A Merry-making or Harvest Feast; beneath a tree by a farm, a group of men, women and children feasting, a woman dancing with two children at l, a beggar-woman at r, with a child strapped on her back, receiving arms from the master Pen and...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Abraham van Diepenbeeck (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1611-1675
  • drawing

    A Flemish fair; viewed from a height, two carriages on a road with men and women selling apples to left, boats carrying passengers on the water beyond, to right a village with stalls and peasants dancing Pen and brown ink, with brown and...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Monogrammist SVGH (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1600-1620
  • drawing

    Dancers at a village wedding with the bride seated at a table beyond, a stream in the landscape to left; after Pieter Brueghel the Elder Pen and brown ink with brown wash, over black chalk, indented for transfer

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Pieter Bruegel the Elder (After); Jan Breughel the Elder (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1597
  • drawing

    Costal scene at Fiumicino. 1765 Pen and black ink, watercolour, over black chalk

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Hubert Robert (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1765
  • drawing

    Tree and dance; group of figures dancing (?) at the base of a large tree Black chalk, with grey wash; on buff paper

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1660-1665
  • drawing

    Man and woman dancing before a public house, one of 68 drawings of birds and fish; with other couples seated on benches drinking, group of fish in the left foreground, a boat on the sea beyond. c.1648-64 Pen and grey ink and grey wash

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Albert Flamen (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1648-1664
  • print study; drawing

    A study for Metzetin, in the series of etchings known as "I balli di Sfessania" (Lieure 386, in reverse); man wearing large-brimmed and plumed hat, playing a lute and dancing. c.1622 Black chalk counterproof, with indented lines

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: Jacques Callot (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1622
  • print study; drawing

    A study for Signora Lavinia in the series of etchings known as "I balli di Sfessania", (Lieure 381); woman standing facing right, wearing a long dress and plumed hat, her hands tucked into her skirts. c.1622 Black chalk, with indented...

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: Jacques Callot (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1622
  • print study; drawing

    A study for Riciulina, in the series of etchings known as "I balli di Sfessania", (Lieure 386, in reverse); a woman dancing and playing the castanets, she is wearing a long dress and plumed hat. c.1622 Black counterproof, the hands...

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: Jacques Callot (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1622
  • print study; drawing

    A study for Riciulina, the companion of Metzetin, in the series of etchings known as "I balli di Sfessania", (Lieure 386); a woman dancing and playing the castanets, wearing a long dress and plumed hat. c.1622 Black chalk

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: Jacques Callot (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1622
  • print study; drawing

    Three men dancing, a study related to but not etched in the series known as "I balli di Sfessania"; three men dancing a jig, man at left playing a tambourine above his head. c.1622 Black chalk

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: Jacques Callot (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1622
  • print study; drawing

    A study of Franca Trippa and Fritellino, in the series of etchings known as "I balli di Sfessania" (Lieure 401, same direction); two men dancing, both with a leg raised, one at left holding a sword while the other wearing a large plumed hat...

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: Jacques Callot (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1622
  • drawing

    An unidentified character, from a series of eight drawings of Commedia dell'Arte characters, possibly studies for, but more probably copies of a series of anonymous engravings after Berain; man whole-length, laughing and dancing, with hands...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Jean Berain (Attributed to); Marcellus Laroon II (Formerly attributed to)
    • Production date: 1692
  • sketch-book; drawing

    Landscape with a country dance, record of the painting in Woburn Abbey in the Liber Veritatis; also with animals, including at right a goat falling off a cliff Pen and brown ink and brown wash, with grey-brown wash

    • Object type: sketch-book; drawing
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1635-1682
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    print study; drawing

    "No Flower that blows, is like this Rose", study for a satirical print of the same title; Mme Rose Didelot, opera-dancer, poised on her right toe, holding up a garland of roses, her head in profile to left, wearing pseudo-classical costume....

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: James Gillray (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1796
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    print study; drawing

    'London Penetralia, No III - The Cheap Ballroom', study for a satirical print in a series 'Our Own Times'; dancing partners leading the polka, and hand studies. c.1846 Graphite, on light blue-grey paper Verso: Studies for the same...

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1846
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    print study; drawing

    'London Penetralia, No III - The Cheap Ballroom', study for a satirical print in a series 'Our Own Times'; dancing partners leading the polka. c.1846 Graphite, on light blue-grey paper Verso: Studies for the same subject, the man wearing a...

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1846
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    print study; drawing

    'London Penetralia, No III - The Cheap Ballroom', study for a satirical print in a series 'Our Own Times'; a man and a woman leading the polka. c.1846 Graphite Verso: Figure sketches and boiling kettles Graphite

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1846
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    print study; drawing

    'Kangaroo Dance' and 'Kangaroo and Fiddler', studies for a satirical print in 'The Omnibus'. c.1841 Graphite, with some pen and brown ink

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1841
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    print study; drawing

    'The Dancing Academy', study for a satirical print in 'Sketches by Boz'; with studies of faces etc. c.1836-7 Graphite

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1836-1837
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    print study; drawing

    The Dancing Lesson, L'Été, study for a satirical print. c.1825 Graphite, with pen and black ink

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1825
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    print study; drawing

    The Dancing Lesson, Part 4 - The Sailor's Hornpipe, study for a satirical print. c.1825 Graphite, with pen and black ink Verso: Two figures for the same subject Graphite

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1825
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    print study; drawing

    Sketch for the frontispiece to 'Kilts and Philibegs, Geordie and Willie keeping it up', study for a satirical print; two large men in kilts dancing a jig, another figure between them. c.1822 Graphite Verso: Satirical sketches Graphite and...

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1822
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    print study; drawing

    'Frontispiece to Kilts and Philibegs, Geordie and Willie keeping it up', study for a satirical print; two large men in kilts, one dancing a jig before a bagpiper. c.1822 Graphite Verso: Studies of the figures in a harlequinade Graphite

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1822
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    print study; drawing

    'The Dancing Lesson, Part I, the 1st position', study for a satirical print; with a man playing a violin. c.1822 Graphite

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Cruikshank (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1822
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    drawing

    Portrait of Abraham Lincoln and a military ball, designs for illustration; two separate studies, in the latter lines drawn to indicate text Oil; pen and black ink and watercolour

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Robert Fawcett (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1903-1970
  • print study; drawing

    "It is always well to be well informed", study for an illustration to 'Punch', LXXXVII, 5 July 1884, p.6; a ballroom, with figures, including four couples dancing a quadrille in foreground. 1884

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: George Du Maurier (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1884
  • print study; print; drawing

    Sur le pont D'Avignon, illustration to a book of nursery rhymes and tunes, 'Baby's Bouquêt", 1878; men and woman dancing near a balustrade, a river (?) and houses amid trees beyond Watercolour, over a woodcut

    • Object type: print study; print; drawing
    • Producer: Walter Crane (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1845-1878
  • drawing

    Carnival scene in Rome; procession of figures moving from side street across piazza towards the left, waving banners inscribed with names, in centre figure dressed as cat dances with figures from the Commedia del'Arte, behind coach with...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Richard Buckner (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1830
  • print study; drawing

    Rural Sports - study for an illustration to 'The Schoolmaster's Tour' by William Combe; figures seated outside cottage to right watching dancers in centre, fiddler standing in left foreground Pen and brown ink with watercolour

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: Thomas Rowlandson (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1757-1857
  • drawing

    'Come unto these yellow sands', illustration to Shakespeare's 'Tempest'; a ring of elves and fairies dancing on the sand, by the light of a crescent moon. 1804 Pen and grey ink, with grey wash, over graphite

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: William Young Ottley (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1804
  • drawing

    Illustration to Captain James Cook's 'Voyages'; a war dance performed by two men (Tongan?) in the foreground, with English and local onlookers in the background by a large hut Brush drawing in grey ink, with grey wash, touched with...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Henry James Richter (Drawn by)
    • Ethnic name: Tongan
    • Production date: 1772-1857
  • print study; drawing

    Illustration to "Sentimental Journey" by Lawrence Sterne - the dance at Amiens; La Fleur to left, playing his fife as servants dance in their kitchen, monkey dances with dog to left Pen and grey ink and watercolour

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: W Harding (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1787-1792
  • print study; drawing

    Rustick Dance; two girls and a man dancing to right, piper to left, with two older figures behind standing in doorway. 1774 Pen and grey ink

    • Object type: print study; drawing
    • Producer: John Hamilton Mortimer (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1774
  • drawing

    Man smoking and a couple dancing, study for Samuel and Nathaniel Buck's 'Long Views' Pen and grey ink and grey wash

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Thomas Rosse (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1730-1757
  • drawing

    Domestic interior, study of a picture; interior of a room in which a young man in the costume of a Roundhead, with tall hat and cloak, sits right looking at a young girl who dances left to the music of a fiddle played by her mother standing...

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: William Mulready (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1786-1863
  • drawing

    Three figures from the 'Commedia dell'arte'; man standing on left arm extended, and a man and woman dancing on the right Red chalk, heightened with white, on blue paper

    • Object type: drawing
    • Producer: Pieter Angellis (Drawn by)
    • Production date: 1685-1734
  • print

    Ornament with morris dancers; in the lower centre is a mound, from where a log and winding branches with thorns and foliage grow to either side; in the centre stands a woman, around whom six dancers, a jester and a musician assemble; with...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Israhel van Meckenem (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1490-1500
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    L'Oeuvre d'Antoine Watteau Peintre du Roy; Recueil Jullienne; Les Plaisirs du bal - Chori Deliciae; print

    A group of noble men and women attending a ball under the arcades of a loggia opening onto a landscape with a fountain; a couple is dancing while the others are sitting and conversing, large plate. 1730 Etching with some engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Gérard Jean Baptiste Scotin II (Print made by); Antoine Watteau (After)
    • Production date: 1730
    • Production place: Paris
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    negative

    Monks and boys, horns supported by a boy, standing before a square chorten, at Sangacholing, near Pamionche.

    • Object type: negative
    • Producer: Arthur J Hopkinson (Photographed by)
    • Ethnic name: West Sikkim
    • Production date: 1947-1948
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    negative

    Six monks and one boy, two of the monks blowing horns, standing before a thatch roofed structure, Sangacholing, near Pamionche.

    • Object type: negative
    • Producer: Arthur J Hopkinson (Photographed by)
    • Ethnic name: West Sikkim
    • Production date: 1947-1948
  • No image

    negative

    Eight monks and two boys, two of the monks blowing horns supported by a boy, standing before a square chorten, Sangacholing, near Pamionche.

    • Object type: negative
    • Producer: Arthur J Hopkinson (Photographed by)
    • Ethnic name: West Sikkim
    • Production date: 1947-1948
  • No image

    negative

    Eight monks and two boys, two of the monks blowing horns supported by a boy, standing before a square chorten, Sangacholing, near Pamionche.

    • Object type: negative
    • Producer: Arthur J Hopkinson (Photographed by)
    • Ethnic name: West Sikkim
    • Production date: 1947-1948
  • No image

    negative

    Monks with horns and drums standing beside chorten and mani wall at Rabendze djong.

    • Object type: negative
    • Producer: Arthur J Hopkinson (Photographed by)
    • Ethnic name: West Sikkim
    • Production date: 1947-1948
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    negative

    Five monks, some blowing horns, standing before a chorten at Rabendze dzong.

    • Object type: negative
    • Producer: Arthur J Hopkinson (Photographed by)
    • Ethnic name: West Sikkim
    • Production date: 1947-1948
  • print

    The dance of the dryads: six draped women dancing around an oak. c.1540/45 Engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: René Boyvin (Formerly attributed to); Pierre Milan (Print made by); Rosso Fiorentino (After)
    • Production date: 1540-1545
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    The Maypole; print

    Five children dancing around a lit maypole/streetlight (?) at night, sky-scrapers with fire-escapes surrounding, poster of clown and horse l. 1951 Lithograph

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Bertram Goodman (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1951
  • print

    Four women dancing, dressed in classical costumes; landscape in the background and inscription below. 1799 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Francesco Bartolozzi (Print made by); Gregório Francisco de Queirós (Print made by); Giovanni Vendramini (Published by); Francisco Vieira 'Portuense' (After)
    • Production date: 1799
    • Production place: London
  • print

    Four women dancing, dressed in classical costumes; landscape in the background and inscription below. 1799 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Francesco Bartolozzi (Print made by); Gregório Francisco de Queirós (Print made by); Giovanni Vendramini (Published by); Francisco Vieira 'Portuense' (After)
    • Production date: 1799
    • Production place: London
  • print

    Fauns and bacchantes dancing and making music; copy after Agostino Veneziano (Bartsch XIV.203.250) after an antique relief; the group dancing to left. Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Agostino Veneziano (After); Hieronymus Hopfer (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1528-1563
  • print

    Flamenco dancers; woman in black dress dancing, three other dancers wearing brightly coloured shawls and guitarist sitting in row against wall, behind her. 1905 Colour lithograph, printed on thin oriental paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Alexandre Lunois (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1905
  • Galerie des peintres flamands, hollandais et allemands de Le Brun; print

    Landscape with couple of villagers dancing next to another couple, embraced. 1775 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: François Basan (Published by); Nicolaes Berchem (After); Robert Daudet (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1775
    • Production place: Paris
  • Galerie des peintres flamands, hollandais et allemands de Le Brun; print

    Landscape with couple of villagers dancing next to another couple, embraced; before letter, but with name of engraver. 1775 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Nicolaes Berchem (After); Robert Daudet (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1775
  • Galerie des peintres flamands, hollandais et allemands de Le Brun; print

    Landscape with couple of villagers dancing next to another couple, embraced; before letter, but with name of engraver. 1775 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Nicolaes Berchem (After); Robert Daudet (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1775
  • print

    A dance in a barn; a group of peasants cavort together as a bagpiper and fiddler play or sit around talking and smoking pipes; a dog gnaws on a bone and two children inspect a jug; the barn has thatching, a large wooden beam and loft; after...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Adriaen van Ostade (After); Johannes Visscher (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1670
    • Production place: Amsterdam
  • print

    A dance in a barn; a group of peasants cavort together as a bagpiper and fiddler play or sit around talking and smoking pipes; a dog gnaws on a bone and two children inspect a jug; the barn has thatching, a large wooden beam and loft; after...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Adriaen van Ostade (After); Nicolaes Visscher II (Published by); Johannes Visscher (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1670
    • Production place: Amsterdam
  • print

    A dance in a barn; a group of peasants cavort together as a bagpiper and fiddler play or sit around talking and smoking pipes; a dog gnaws on a bone and two children inspect a jug; the barn has thatching, a large wooden beam and loft; after...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Adriaen van Ostade (After); Johannes Visscher (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1670
    • Production place: Amsterdam
  • print

    A country dance or kermis outside a village tavern; group of boors watch a couple dance together to the sound of a piper who stands above them; after Adriaen van Ostade Engraving and etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Adriaen van Ostade (After); Nicolaes Visscher II (Published by); Johannes Visscher (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1670
    • Production place: Amsterdam
  • print

    A country dance or kermis outside a village tavern; group of boors watch a couple dance together to the sound of a piper who stands above them; after Adriaen van Ostade Engraving and etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Adriaen van Ostade (After); Johannes Visscher (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1670
    • Production place: Amsterdam
  • Bal de St Cloud; print

    Open-air dance, set in a park, with trees decorated with garlands and lanterns. 1760 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Étienne Fessard (Print made by); Étienne de Lavallée-Poussin (After)
    • Production date: 1760
    • Production place: Paris
  • le maitre de danse; print

    The dance teacher: young man standing in elegant interior holding a small violin and dancing a few steps in front of his pupil, a young girl; on the left a young boy leaving the room. 1745 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Philippe Canot (After); Jacques Philippe Le Bas (Print made by); Jacques Philippe Le Bas (Published by)
    • Production date: 1745
    • Production place: Paris
  • le maitre de danse; print

    The dance teacher: young man standing in elegant interior holding a small violin and dancing a few steps in front of his pupil, a young girl; on the left a young boy leaving the room. 1745 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Philippe Canot (After); Jacques Philippe Le Bas (Print made by); Jacques Philippe Le Bas (Published by)
    • Production date: 1745
    • Production place: Paris
  • La danse à trois au son des castagnettes; print

    Two young men and a young woman dancing in a park, with one of them playing castanets; a couple sits beside them. c.1804/14 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Charles Lepeintre (After); Martin de Monchy (Print made by); Martin de Monchy (Published by)
    • Production date: 1804-1814
    • Production place: Paris
  • print

    Emma, Lady Hamilton, dancing the tarantella, stepping away from the viewer on the right as her partner steps forward, passing under the arch formed by their joined hands. 1796 Stipple printed in colours

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Mariano Bovi (Print made by); Mariano Bovi (Published by); William Lock I (After)
    • Production date: 1796
    • Production place: London
  • Pas de deux; print

    French ballet dancers Jean Dauberval and Marie Allard, in stage costume, dancing in landscape Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: François Basan (Published by); Louis Carmontelle (After); Jean Baptiste Tilliard (Print made by); Jean Baptiste Tilliard (Published by)
    • Production date: 1761-1789
    • Production place: Paris
  • Les aprêts du ballet; print

    Interior with women getting dressed; with names of producers but before all letter. c.1782 Stipple engraving, on etched lines

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Nicolas Lavreince (After); Salvator Tresca (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1782
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    Ronde d'enfants; L'Estampe Originale; print

    Children dancing in a circle around a woman standing by a tree holding up an apple. 1893 Wood-engraving printed in colour on a sheet of japan paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: André Marty (Published by); Lucien Pissarro (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1893
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    La ronde; print

    Children dancing in a circle around a woman standing by a tree holding up an apple. 1893 Wood-engraving printed in black on a sheet of chine laid on wove paper

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Lucien Pissarro (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1893
  • La Leçon de Danse; print; book-illustration

    A woman showing eight girls of varying ages a dance step, involving lifting the skirt with both hands and pointing one foot in front of the other, in a room with a Japanese screen; illustration to L'Art. Wood-engraving

    • Object type: print; book-illustration
    • Producer: Jules Alexandre Saturnin Claye (Published by); George Du Maurier (After); Joseph Swain (Block cut by)
    • Production date: 1870s
    • Production place: London
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    print

    Photomechanical reproduction of Edmund Dulac's 1912 watercolour, 'The Musical Soirée'; an eighteenth-century themed entertainment in a lavish room at the home of the art collectors Edmund and Mary Davis, many of the figures caricatured; the...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Edmund Dulac (After)
    • Production date: 1912
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    Queen of Swords; print

    A dance set in an interior, with group of women passing between men standing in row and raising their sword; musicians at left; proof before letter; working (?) proof, with additional shading all over the plate. 1889 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Pierre Augustin Massé (Print made by); William Quiller Orchardson (After)
    • Production date: 1889
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    Queen of Swords; print

    A dance set in an interior, with group of women passing between men standing in row and raising their sword; musicians at left; proof before letter; early state, before additional shading all ovber the plate. 1889 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Pierre Augustin Massé (Print made by); William Quiller Orchardson (After)
    • Production date: 1889
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    The Deserted Train; print

    In the foreground a father and daughter leaving the village, as she says her farewell to her lover, with other families preparing to emigrate in the background; an oval composition. 1784 Engraving and stipple, printed in brown

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: James Gillray (Print made by); Robert Wilkinson (Published by)
    • Production date: 1784
    • Production place: London
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    The Village Train; print

    Man and woman dancing under a large tree, with bystanders seated watching in the shade, and other rustic festivities, including a boxing fight, taking place in the background; an oval composition. 1784 Engraving and stipple, printed in...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: James Gillray (Print made by); Robert Wilkinson (Published by)
    • Production date: 1784
    • Production place: London
  • No image

    The Village Train; print

    Man and woman dancing under a large tree, with bystanders seated watching in the shade, and other rustic festivities, including a boxing fight, taking place in the background; an oval composition. 1784 Engraving and stipple, printed in...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: James Gillray (Print made by); Robert Wilkinson (Published by)
    • Production date: 1784
    • Production place: London
  • Gertrude Barrison, tanzend (die kleine Platte); print

    Gertrude Barrison, dancing (the little plate); in profile to left. 1907 Etching

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Ferdinand Schmutzer (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1907
  • Grown gentlemen taught to Dance; print

    Interior with a stout dancing master in the centre of the room teaching a dandified gentleman to dance, two others waiting, one looking foolish standing in a trough to force his feet to turn outwards as an assistant master improves his...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Butler Clowes (Print made by); John Collet (After); Robert Sayer (Published by)
    • Production date: 1768
    • Production place: London
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    La danse de village; Galerie du Musée Napoléon; Musée Napoléon; print

    Landscape with a country dance, with figures gathered beneath trees, cattle at right; a bridge in the distance, a bit to the left; after Claude. c.1804/15 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (After); Marie Alexandre Duparc (Print made by); Jean Nicolas Lerouge (Print made by); Victor Pillement (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1804-1815
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    Liber Veritatis; print

    Landscape with a country dance, with figures gathered beneath trees, cattle at right. 1774 Mezzotint and etched lines, printed in dark brown

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: John Boydell (Published by); Claude Lorrain (After); Richard Earlom (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1774
    • Production place: London
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    La Récompense villageoise; print

    Landscape with a country dance, with figures gathered beneath trees, cattle at left; a bridge in the distance, a bit to the right; Marigny's coat of arms in the margin; lettered state Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (After); Jacques Philippe Le Bas (Print made by); Jacques Philippe Le Bas (Published by)
    • Production date: 1746-1773
    • Production place: Paris
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    La fête villageoise; Musée Royal; print

    Landscape with a country dance, with figures gathered beneath trees, cattle at right; a bridge in the distance, a bit to the left. c.1816/18 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (After); Christian Haldenwang (Print made by); Marchais (Intermediary draughtsman)
    • Production date: 1816-1818
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    La danse de village; Galerie du Musée Napoléon; Musée Napoléon; print

    Pastoral landscape, with female figure and animals in foreground, with the latter walking towards wood, to right. c.1804/15 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (After); Victor Pillement (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1804-1815
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    Beauties of Claude Lorrain; print

    Plate 21: landscape with a country dance; also with animals, including at right goats falling off a cliff; bridge and city in the distance. 1825 Mezzotint and etched lines, printed in dark brown, on chine collé

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (After); William Bernard Cooke (Published by); G H Every (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1825
    • Production place: London
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    Appulus changed into a wild olive tree; Stafford Gallery; print

    Plate 25: landscape with the apulian shepherd changed into an olive tree with, in the foreground, figures dancing, musicians and, at right, the apulian shepherd with branches growing from his head and hands, and in background a lake....

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Cadell & Davies (Published by); Claude Lorrain (After); Longman (Published by); Peltro William Tomkins (Published by); Peltro William Tomkins (Print made by); J White (Published by); J H Wright (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1808
    • Production place: London
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    print

    Pastoral landscape with, in the foreground, three figures dancing at centre, and six figures watching them at right; beyond, cows grazing; stretch of water and mountains in the distance. 1742 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Jean Baptiste Chatelain (Print made by); Claude Lorrain (After); Charles Knapton (Published by); Francis Vivares (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1742
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    Une danse au soleil couchant; Musée Français; print

    Landscape with rural dance; in the right foreground, three figures dancing at the edge of a wood, and a shepherd following a herd of goats; river beyond; woody hills in the distance. 1809 Etching and engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude Lorrain (After); François Godefroy (Print made by); Marchais (Intermediary draughtsman)
    • Production date: 1809
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    Coy; print

    A young couple with the woman pulling away as the man tries to embrace her, a vignette composition. c.1800s Stipple printed in colour

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Anonymous (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1795-1810
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    Kind; print

    A young couple with the man kissing the hand of the woman, a vignette composition. c.1800s Stipple printed in colour

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Anonymous (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1795-1810
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    Nymphes et faunes; print; newspaper/periodical

    Bacchic scene in woodland, with, in the foreground, at left, a nymph dancing and a satyr playing tambourine; beyond, more dancing figures; a pond at right, and forest beyond; published in Gazette des Beaux Arts, 1873. c.1873 Etching

    • Object type: print; newspaper/periodical
    • Producer: Alfred Louis Brunet-Debaines (Print made by); Camille Corot (After); Alfred Salmon (Printed by)
    • Production date: 1873
    • Production place: Paris
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    Danse antique; print

    Nymphs dancing in the right foreground of a landscape, with two nymphs approaching from the left; composition framed by tree at left, and cluster of trees at right; published in 'L'Art' Lithograph, on chine collé

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Camille Corot (After); Lemercier & Cie (Printed by); Eugène Louis Pirodon (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1875-1877
    • Production place: Paris
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    Don Quichotte au bal chez Don Antonio; print

    Don Quijote attending a ball given by Don Antonio Moreno, after a tapestry: ballroom with chandeliers and, at centre, Don Quijote dancing between two young women; at right, Sancho Panza dancing grotesquely; in the foreground, at left, a...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Claude III Audran (After); Jules Alexandre Saturnin Claye (Printed by); Charles Antoine Coypel (After); Émile Deschamps (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1868-1878
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    Waltzing; print

    A dance floor with two couples and three women dancing to the music of a violinist and harpist. c.1820 Hand-coloured stipple

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: John Alais (Print made by); J H A Randal (After)
    • Production date: 1815-1825
    • Production place: London
  • Grass Dance; print

    Scene of female nudes dancing in a wooded glade. 1925 Lithograph

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Bolton Brown (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1925
  • print

    Salome's Dance; banquet hall with Salome dancing at centre, Herod Antipas seated at a table with several other men beyond, a servant carrying a large crater at left, St John the Baptist being beheaded in background at right; first state...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Karel van Mander I (After); Jan Saenredam (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1592
  • Tarantella; print

    A men and woman dancing; at the right a woman playing a drum and men a guitar mandolin; other figures observing the scene Hand-coloured lithograph

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Gaetano Dura (Print made by); Federico Gatti (Published by)
    • Production date: 1840
    • Production place: Naples
  • Zampognari che ballano; print

    A street corner, three male figures dancing to bagpipe and haut bois (oboe), watched by gentry and workers Hand-coloured lithograph

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Gaetano Dura (Print made by); Federico Gatti (Published by)
    • Production date: 1830-1850
    • Production place: Naples
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    Icones et Segmenta; print

    A frieze of eight draped women, dancing after a wedding, and on the far left a Bacchante, holding a thyrsus and carrying a dead fawn; after an antique relief from the Villa Borghese, sometimes known as the Borghese Dancers; two plates...

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: François Perrier (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1645
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    Don Juan; print

    A ball set in a Moorish palace, with in the foreground a woman swooning into the arms of her partner, after Deveria. 1830s Lithograph

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: C C Böhme (Print made by); Adrian Brandt (Printed by); Eugène Devéria (After)
    • Production date: 1830-1840
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    Corrobborree Or Dance of the Natives of New South Wales, New Holland; print

    A ceremonial dance around an open fire in a forest, watched by men and women sitting and standing in the foreground, some carrying spears and short clubs. 1820 Wood-engraving

    • Object type: print
    • Producer: Ackermann (Published by); Walter Preston (Print made by)
    • Production date: 1820
    • Production place: London