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John Joseph Merlin  artist: Thomas Gainsborough

John Joseph Merlin, inventor extraordinaire, via 2 Romance. (pictured, John Joseph Merlin by Thomas Gainsborough - Courtesy of Wikipedia)

Edward Richard Gardiner - Thomas Gainsborough

Edward Richard Gardiner - Thomas Gainsborough

John Walker 1781-1859 - John Walker (inventor) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

It wasn’t always easy for humans to create fire, but chemist and druggist John Walker invented the friction match in Walker was interested in finding various chemical compounds that could create fire easily without the threat of explosion.

Sophia Charlotte Digby, Lady Sheffield, by Thomas Gainsborough, 1785-6, at Waddesdon Manor. ©National Trust, image provided by the Public Catalogue Foundation

The Gilded Age at Waddesdon

Joseph Gibbs

by Thomas Gainsborough oil on canvas circa 1755 © National Portrait Gallery, London

James Grant of Grant, John Mytton, the Hon. Thomas Robinson, and Thomas Wynne by Dance, Nathaniel, c1760. © Yale Center for British Art, Pau...

Nathaniel Dance-Holland James Grant of Grant, John Mytton, the Hon. Thomas Robinson, and Thomas Wynne circa 1760

The Athenaeum - Mrs Hamilton Nisbet (Thomas Gainsborough - ) 1788

Mrs Hamilton Nisbet - by Thomas Gainsborough, after 1777 before NG National Gallery, Scotland

Anton von Maron - Portrait of Two Gentlemen before the Arch of Constantine in Rome

View Portrait of two gentlemen before the Arch of Constantine in Rome by Anton von Maron on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Anton von Maron.

The Athenaeum - David Garrick (Thomas Gainsborough - )

David Garrick English actor, playwright, theatre manager, and producer who influenced nearly all aspects of theatrical practice throughout the century

Theodore Atkinson, c. 1757-58, by John Singleton Copley

Portrait of Theodore Atkinson, Jr. John Singleton Copley American, ca. Portrait of Theodore Atkinson, Jr.

Thomas Gainsborough - John Eld of Seighford Hall, Stafford - Google Art Project.jpg

John Eld of Seighford Hall, Stafford, Thomas Gainsborough, 1775

The Three Eldest Daughers of George III: Princesses Charlotte Augusta Matilda, Augusta Sophia, and Elizabeth (after Thomas Gainsborough), late 18th century.

The Three Eldest Daughers of George III: Princesses Charlotte Augusta Matilda, Augusta Sophia, and Elizabeth (after Thomas Gainsborough)

Oil painting - The Three Eldest Daughers of George III: Princesses Charlotte Augusta Matilda, Augusta Sophia, and Elizabeth (after Thomas Gainsborough) - Victoria & Albert Museum - Search the Collections

The Athenaeum - Isabella, Viscountess Molyneux (Thomas Gainsborough - ) 1769

Isabella,Viscountess Molyneux, later Countess of Sefton, Thomas Gainsborough, 1769

https://flic.kr/p/deouG6 | Circle of Joshua Reynolds. 'Portrait of a Young Gentleman Reading (possibly William Beckford)' 18th century | Artist from the circle of Joshua Reynolds Oil on canvas (c) Pallant House Gallery

” (Sir Christopher Wren) "Portrait of a Young Gentleman Reading" (possibly William Beckford) by Joshua Reynolds (circle of).

Karl Friedrich Abel. 1765, by Thomas Gainsborough. Karl Friedrich Abel (1723-1787), Composer and concert impresario. Sitter in 5 portraits. One of the last of the great viola da gamba virtuosi, Abel arrived in London in 1759 and was famous for the subscription concerts which he organised with Johann Christian Bach at the Hanover Square Rooms. Abel and Gainsborough were close friends who shared a passion for the viola da gamba and a love of life. NPG

by Thomas Gainsborough. Karl Friedrich Abel Composer and concert impresario. Sitter in 5 portraits. One of the last of the great viola da gamba virtuosi

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