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6 Most Disgusting Facts From Medieval England

6 Most Disgusting Facts From Medieval England

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Louise Ingram Rayner (British watercolour artist) 1832 - 1924 Head of the West Bow, Edinburgh, s. pencil and watercolour, heightened with bodycolour on paper

King Charles I by Gerrit van Honthorst

King Charles I with a Letter in his Hand, Gerrit van Honthorst, 1628 x cm Oil on canvas National Portrait Gallery, London.softer facet ham I am used to seeing for King Charles

Louise Ingram Rayner (British painter) 1832 - 1924 Minster Street, Salisbury, s.d.

alex-aki-art: “ Louise Ingram Rayner June 1832 – 8 October was a British watercolor artist. She lived in Chester in the Welsh Marches but travelled extensively, painting British scenes,.


Victorian British Painting: Louise Rayner, Chester, The Cross, looking towards Watergate Street

LOUISE RAYNER: Tolsey Lane, Tewkesbury. Not London, but useful for atmosphere and size comparisons

Street scene in Tewkesbury, by Victorian painter Louise RaynerTewkesbury Louise Rayner

Louise J. Rayner (1832-1924) - York Small Gate

Painting of Bootham Bar, York, England

Bridge street at Pierpoint Lane

Louise Rayner's paintings of century Chester

Figures before the Landgate, Rye

Figures before the Land Gate, Rye, East Sussex

Louise Rayner http://www.liveinternet.ru/users/natali120654/post332549078/

View Market Street, Cambridge by Louise J. Rayner on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Louise J.