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Merchant of Venice, Act 4, Sc. 4 / H. Fuseli, del. ; I. Neagle, sct.

Merchant of Venice, Act 4, Sc. 4 / H. Fuseli, del. ; I. Neagle, sct.

Scene from William Shakespeare play, with Bass saying, "Why dost thou whet they knife ...?" and Shylock saying, "To cut the forfeiture from that bankrupt thee."

Mr. Jefferson as Solus / engraved by D. Edwin from a painting by J. Neagle.

Mr. Jefferson as Solus / engraved by D. Edwin from a painting by J. Ne...

Print shows Joseph Jefferson half-length portrait, facing right, in the role of the character "Solus" in Mrs. Inchbald's play "Every one has his fault; a comedy, in five acts." Title from item. Printed below at... more

N. Chapman, M.D. J. Neagle pinxt 1830 ; engraved by T. Kelly from the original picture painted by J. Neagle for the Hall of the Medical Institute Philadelphia

N. Chapman, M.D. J. Neagle pinxt 1830 ; engraved by T. Kelly from the ...

Print shows Dr. Nathaniel Chapman, three-quarter length portrait, facing slightly right, standing next to a table with large books. 79 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Caption continues: Professor of the... more

N. Chapman, M.D. J. Neagle pinxt 1830 ; engraved by T. Kelly from the original picture painted by J. Neagle for the Hall of the Medical Institute Philadelphia

N. Chapman, M.D. J. Neagle pinxt 1830 ; engraved by T. Kelly from the ...

Print shows Dr. Nathaniel Chapman, three-quarter length portrait, facing slightly right, standing next to a table with large books. 79 U.S. Copyright Office. Title from item. Caption continues: Professor of the... more

Mrs. Wood as Amina in the opera La Sonnambula. From the original painting by Neagle Philada

Mrs. Wood as Amina in the opera La Sonnambula. From the original paint...

This record contains unverified data from PGA shelflist card. Associated name on shelflist card: Lehman & Duval.

Henry Clay / Ino. Neagle, pinxit, 1843 ; engraved by John Sartain from the original picture ...

Henry Clay / Ino. Neagle, pinxit, 1843 ; engraved by John Sartain from...

A formal campaign portrait of Whig presidential candidate Henry Clay, after the painting by John Neagle done at Ashland, Clay's estate in Kentucky. As this print's legend states, the original was painted "by th... more

Henry Clay / Ino. Neagle, pinxit, 1843 ; engraved by John Sartain from the original picture ...

Henry Clay / Ino. Neagle, pinxit, 1843 ; engraved by John Sartain from...

A formal campaign portrait of Whig presidential candidate Henry Clay, after the painting by John Neagle done at Ashland, Clay's estate in Kentucky. As this print's legend states, the original was painted "by th... more

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