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Choose from 82 pictures in our Paul Sandby collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Ruin on a Hill, by Paul Sandby Featured Paul Sandby Print

Ruin on a Hill, by Paul Sandby

Mountainous landscape with a ruin on a large cliff in the distance. A cottage with smoking chimney and trees nearby sits on the left bank of a river or lake in the valley. Large trees fill the foreground left and right. painting (gouache), 72x102 mm, mount 315x388 mm

Landscape, Miniature

Puggs Graces etched from his original drawings, 1753 (etching) Featured Paul Sandby Print

Puggs Graces etched from his original drawings, 1753 (etching)

XJF863060 Puggs Graces etched from his original drawings, 1753 (etching) by Sandby, Paul (1725-1809); Private Collection; (add.info.: Satire on Hogarth's 'Analysis of Beauty', his pretensions and resistence to plans for a national academy rivaling his own in St Martin's Lane.
His hind half is that of a pug (reference to his own Trump) seated at an easel painting "Pharaoh's Daughter." for the Foundling Hospital.); English, out of copyright

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The Evacuations or An Emetic for Old England Glorys, 1762 (etching) Featured Paul Sandby Print

The Evacuations or An Emetic for Old England Glorys, 1762 (etching)

XJF2639780 The Evacuations or An Emetic for Old England Glorys, 1762 (etching) by Sandby, Paul (1725-1809); Private Collection; (add.info.: First Scottish Prime Minister of Great Britain the Tory John Stuart, Lord Bute (1713-92) wears an ass's head blowing a 'Peace' bubble while blindfolding and taking the pulse of Britannia who vomits various theatres of (Seven Years) war.
Bute dismissed many of his Whig predecessor's (Duke of Newcastle) followers from public office.
); English, out of copyright

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