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Index
A NOTE TO THE READER
Catalogued works are illustrated in the Gallery of Works section, identified by cat. number, and by thumbnails in the catalogue entries. Pages on which other illustrations appear are indicated in the Index by italics.
Abbey, Major John Roland, collection of books, 4, 46, 61–62, 66–68, 70n.11, n.12, n.14, 302, 307–8
The Abbey Mill, Knaresborough (Girtin), cat. 85, 282
Abbott, Lemuel Francis, 279
Abington, James, 255
Abington, Mrs. John (Frances “Fanny” Barton), 255
Mrs. Abington as Miss Pro (Reynolds), cat. 31, 28, 30, 255
An Academy by Lamplight (Wright of Derby), cat. 41, 259–60
Account of the Last Voyage of Thomas Cavendish, cat. 122, 66, 300
Adam, Robert, 51, 68
Adams, C. K., 45
Adams, Sir Thomas, 252
Adelaide, Queen, 293
Agar-Ellis, George James Welbore, 281
George James Welbore Agar-Ellis (Lawrence), cat. 83, 281
Agasse, Jacques-Laurent, 292
Albert, Prince of Saxe-Coburg and Gotha, consort of Queen Victoria, 293
Alexander, William, 278–79
City of Lin Tsin, Shantung, with a View of the Grand Canal, cat. 80, 279
Alexander Pope (Roubiliac), cat. 15, 10, 247, 248
Alison, Archibald, 273
Alken, Henry Thomas, 58, 303
The Beaufort Hunt, 56, 58, 70n.4
The First Steeple Chase on Record, cat. 129, 303
“All Human Forms identified even Tree Metal Earth & Stone”(Blake), cat. 76, 55, 276–77
Americana, 4, 57, 61–62, 64, 66–68, 71n.28; see also Virginiana
Ambleside (Towne), cat. 44, 261
“And there was heard a great lamenting in Beulah” (Blake), cat. 74, 276–77
Anecdotes of Painting in England (Walpole), cat. 132, 240, 243, 244, 245, 246, 304
Anne of Denmark, Queen, 241
The Arbra Sacra on the Banks of Lake Nemi (Wilson), cat. 21, 251
Argyll, und Duke of (John Campbell), 247
The Artist and His Family (Buck), cat. 77, 277
The Artist and His Family (West), cat. 43, 261
The Art of Illumination and Missal Painting (Humphreys), cat. 147, 310
Arundel, 14th Earl of (Thomas Howard), 241–42
Associated Artists in Water Colours, 290
Athlone, 1st Earl of (Alexander Cambridge), 297
Atlas of the Counties of England and Wales (Saxton), cat. 118, 64, 298–99
An Audience Watching a Play at Drury Lane (Rowlandson), cat. 64, 272–73
Audubon, John, Birds of America, 58, 70n.4, 303
Auerbach, Erna, 240, 241
Augustus I, King, 247
A. W. Mellon Educational and Charitable Trust, 6–7
Babb, James T., 59–62, 64, 68, 78n.2, n.8, n.13
Baddeley, Robert, 255
Badeslade, Thomas, A Compleat Sett of Mapps of England and Wales, cat. 138, 307, 138
Balugani, Luigi, 68, 303
Carthamus tinctorius (Safflower), 69
Ballantine, James, 306
Banks, Sir Joseph, 205, 258, 307
Banks, Sarah Sophia, 307
Sir Joseph Banks’s Fishery Book, cat. 139, 307
Bannister, Jack, 272, 273
Barclay, Alexander, 309
The Bard. A Pindaric Ode. “And weave with bloody hands the tissue of thy line” (Blake), cat. 71, 275
Barker, Thomas, 278
Barlow, Francis, 244–46
David Slaying the Lion, 245
Hare Hunting, cat. 10, 245
Man Hunting with a Pointed Staff and a Hound, cat. 9, 244–45
Otter Hunting, 245
Barnes, Edward Larrabee, 16
Barrett, George, Junior, 280
Barrett, George, Senior, 261, 265, 271
Barry, James, 269
Basire, James, 274
Baskett, John, 11, 35
Bayard, Jane, 291
Bay Scene in Moonlight (John “Warwick” Smith), cat. 58, 269
Beaumont, Sir George, 265, 291
Beckett, R. B., 46
Beckford, William, 251, 270–71, 275
Bedford, Duchess of (Georgiana Gordon), 293
Bedford, 6th Duke of (John Russell), 293
Beechey, Sir William, 45
The Beggar’s Opera (Hogarth), cat. 14, 247
Bell, John, 277
Bell, John Zephaniah, 292
David Ogilvy, 9th Earl of Airlie, and His Daughter, 292
Benlowe, Edward, Theophila, 244
Bennett, Charles Augustus. See Tankerville, 5th Earl of
Berenson, Bernard, 6
Berners, Dame Juliana, 302
The Boke of St. Albans (The Book of Hawking, Hunting, and the Biasing of Arms), cat. 127, 301–2, 309
Bevari, Robert, 32
Bickerstaff, Isaac, 255, 289
Bicknell, Louisa, 287
Biddle, Moncure, 59, 275
Bigges, Walter, 299
Binyon, Laurence, 289
Birch, William, The City of Philadelphia, 68
Blaeu, Johann, Atlas Major, 64
Blake, Catherine, 275, 277
Blake, Robert, 275
Blake, William, 4, 51, 57–59, 271, 274–77, 291, 295
’All Human Forms identified even Tree Metal Earth & Stone,” cat. 76, 55, 276–77
All Religions Are One, 275
America: A Prophecy, 274
“And there was heard a great lamenting in Beulah,” cat. 74, 276–77
The Bard. A Pindaric Ode. “And weave with bloody hands the tissue of thy line,” cat. 71, 275
The Book of job, 58, 274, 291
The Book of Los, 274
The Book of Thel, 59
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard. “Oft did the harvest to their sickle yield,” cat. 72, 275–76
Europe: A Prophecy, 59, 274
The First Book of Urizen, 272, 274
The Horse, cat. 73, 276
illustrations to poems of Thomas Gray, cats. 7072, 275
Illustrations to Robert Thornton’s Pastorals of Virgil, 295
Jerusalem, cats. 7476, 59, 60, 61, 274, 276–77
Milton a Poem, 274
The Progress of Poesy. A Pindaric Ode. “On Cythera’s day,” cat. 70, 275
Songs of Experience, 275
Songs of Innocence, 58–59, 274–75
Songs of Innocence and of Experience, cat. 69, 59, 275
“Then the Divine hand found the Two limits, Satan and Adam,” cat. 75, 276–77
There Is No Natural Religion, 58, 275
Bloemen, Jan Frans van (l’Orizzonte), 250
Blome, Richard, Gentleman’s Recreation, 244–46
Bloomfield, Robert, The Farmer Boy, 291
Blunt, Sir Charles William, 271
Blunt, Elizabeth, 271
Boazio, Baptista, 299
The Famouse West Indian voyadge, cat. 121, 299
Bodmer, Karl, atlas to Reise in das Innere Nord-America (Maximilian von Wied-Neuwied), 62
Boke of St. Albans (Berners), cat. 127, 301, 302, 309
Bolingbroke, 1st Viscount (Henry St. John), 248
Bolingbroke, 2nd Viscount (Frederick St. John), 253
Bollingen Foundation, 5, 7, 47, 58–59, 70n.5
Bonasone, Giulio, 295
Bonington, Richard Parkes, 47, 51, 292–94
Bonington (Shirley), 46
Grand Canal, Venice, cat. 108, 293
Shipping in an Estuary, Probably near Quilleboeuf cat. 107, 292–93
Bonnard, Paul, 66
The Book of Hawking, Hunting, and the Blasing of Arms. See Boke of St Albans
Booth, Sophia, 286
Borst, Kenneth, 20, 21, 22
Boswell, James, 44, 59, 70n.8, 255
Boswell’s London Journal, 59
botanical books, 4, 59–61, 66, 68, 240, 303–4
Boyden, John, 261, 266
Boydell, Messrs., printers, 281
Boyle, Richard. See Burlington, 1st Earl of
Boys, Thomas Shotter, 294
L’Institut de France, Paris, cat. 110, 294
Original Views of London as It Is, 294
Picturesque Architecture in Paris, Ghent, Rouen, etc., 294
Brand, William, 307
Brandon, Robert, 240
Brant, Sebastian, 309
Shyp of Folys, cat. 145, 309
Brenchley, John, 269
Brewster, Kingman, 15–16, 20, 21, 24n.3
Brick House, Upperville, Va., 8, 9, 10, 16, 36, 61, 66
book collection in, 61–63, 66
A Briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia (Hariot), cat. 123, 240, 299–300
Bristol, 4th Earl of (Frederick Augustus Hervey), 270
Brixen, Bishop of, 64
Brooke, Lord (Francis Greville), 249
Brookes, Rupert, The Old Vicarage, Grantchester, 4
Brooking, Charles, 47
Brown, Ford Madox, 51
Brown, John, 267–68
The Geographers, cat. 56, 268
Letters on the Italian Opera, 268
Brown, Lancelot “Capability,” 249, 259
Brown, Ric, 16
Browne, George and Mary, 267
The Browne Family (Wheatley), cat. 53, 266–67
The Browne Family (Wheatley), cat. 53, 266–67
Bruce, Andrew Douglas. See Elgin, Lord
Bruce, David, 5
Bruce, James, 68, 303
Bry, Theodor de, 300
America, 240
A Briefe and true report of the new found land of Virginia (Hariot), cat. 123, 240, 299–300
Bryce, Hugh, 309
Buck, Adam, 277
The Artist and His Family, cat. 77, 277
Buck, Samuel, 284
Buckeridge, Bainbrigg, 242–43
Essay Towards an English School of Painting, 245
Buckingham, 2nd Duke of (George Villiers), 245
Burdett, Peter Perez, 259
Burghley, 2nd Baron (Robert Cecil), 240
Burke, Edmund, 251
Burlington, 1st Earl of (Richard Boyle), 243
Burnard, Elizabeth Stodden, 291
Burnard, Elizabeth Westlake, 291
Burnard, Jane Chapman, 291
Burnard, Richard Parnell, 291
Burnard, Robert, 291–92
John Gubbins Newton and His Sister, Mary Newton, cat. 106, 292
Burne-Jones, Edward, The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, cat. 148, 68, 310–11
Burnett, James. See Monboddo, Lord
Burney, Charles, 277
Burney, Edward Francis, 277–78
The Triumph of Music (The Glee Club), cat. 78, 277–78
Burton, John, Essay Towards a Complete New System of Midwifery, 251, 254
Butlin, Martin, The Paintings of J. M. W. Turner, 51
Butts, Thomas, 274
Byrne, William, 265
Byron, 6th Baron (George Gordon Noel Byron), Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage, 285
Cabot, John, 299
Cadell, Robert, 285
Callcott, Augustus Wall, The Pool of London, 285
Cambridge, 1st Duke of (Adolphus Frederick, Prince), 293
Cambridge, 2nd Duke of (George, Prince), 293–94
Cambridge, Alexander. See Athlone, 1st Earl of
camera obscura, 256
Campbell, John. See Argyll, 2nd Duke of
Campbell, Joseph, 5
Canal, Giovanni Antonio (Canaletto), 248–49, 282
The City of Westminster from near the York Water Gate, cat. 17, 249
Warwick Castle, cat. 16, 249
Warwick Castle: the South Front, 249
Cannadine, David, 6
Canterbury Tales (Caxton, 1483), cat. 144, 309
capriccio, 249
Carter, Beverly, 10
Carter, John, 59–61
Carter, Thomas, 247
Carter-Wood, Florence, 297
cartography. See maps
Castelreagh, Viscount (Frederick William Robert Stewart), 294–95
A Frank Encampment in the Desert of Mount Sinai (Lewis), cat. 111, 291, 295
Catherine I, Czarina, 247, 261
Cavendish, Georgiana. See Devonshire, Duchess of
Cavendish, Lord John, 249
Cavendish, Sir Thomas, 300
Account of the Last Voyage of Thomas Cavendish, cat. 122, 66, 300
Caxton, William, 64, 309
Canterbury Tales (1476), 309
Canterbury Tales (1483), cat. 144, 309
Myrrour of the Worlde, cat. 143, 302, 309
Recuyell of the Historyes of Troye, 309
Cecil, Robert. See Burghley, 2nd Baron
Celebration on the Thames near Whitehall (Van de Velde), cat. 8, 244
Cézanne, Paul, Boy in a Red Waistcoat, 43
Chambers, Sir William, 258, 259, 274
Chandler, Richard, Ilonian Antiquities, 264
The Channel Sketchbook (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 94, 35, 36, 286
Chardin, Jean-Siméon, 266
Charles I, King, 32, 241–42
Charles II, King, 242–43, 245
Charles Stuart, 3rd Duke of Richmond and 6th Duke of Lennox (Samuel Cooper), cat. 6, 243
Charlotte, Queen, 1, 252, 258, 278, 293
portrait (Lawrence), 280
Chaucer, Geoffrey, 260;
The Canterbury Tales, 269, 261
The Canterbury Tales (1476), 309
The Canterbury Tales (1483), cat. 144, 309
The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, cat. 148, 68, 310–11
Cheek, Leslie, 5
Cheere, Henry, 247, 259
Cholmeley family, 289
chromolithography, 294, 297, 310
Churchill, Sir Winston, 297
City of Lin Tsin, Shantung, with a View of the Grand Canal (Alexander), cat. 80, 279
The City of Westminster from near the York Water Gate (Canaletto), cat. 17, 249
Claude (Lorrain). See Lorrani, Claude
The Claudean Aqueduct and Colosseum (Jones), cat. 48, 263–64
Clement VII, Pope, 250
Clifford, Timothy, 269
Cloud Study (Constable), cat. 98, 287–88
Collins, James, Hare Hunting, after Barlow, 245
Collins Baker, C. H., 44–45
Colonel James Stevenson (Smart), cat. 45, 262
color printing, 298, 302–3
Colvin, Howard, A Biographical Dictionary of British Architects, 51
Columbus, Christopher, 298
A Comparative Anatomical Exposition... (Stubbs), cats. 2830, 254
A Compleat Sett of mapps of England and Wales (Badeslade), cat. 138, 307
Congreve, William, Love for Love, 255
The Connoisseurs (Rowlandson), cat. 66, 273
Conolly, Louisa, 265
Conolly, Thonias, 265
Tim Conolly of Castletown Hunting with His Friends (Healy), cat. 50, 265
Conolly, William, 265
Constable, John, 47, 250, 270, 279, 283, 286–89, 292, 297
Cloud Study, cat. 98, 287–88
East Bergholt Church, cat. 96, 287
Fulham Church from Across the River, cat. 97, 287
Golding Constable’s House, East Bergholt, cat. 95, 287
Hadleigh Castle, The Month if the Thames–Morning After a Stormy Night, cat. 100, 288–89
Hampstead Heath, with a Bonfire, cat. 99, 288
The Hay Wain, 286, 288
The Later Paintings and Drawings of John Constable (Reynolds), 51
letter to Joins Thomas Smith, cat. 136, 305–6
Sir Richard Steele’s Cottage, Hampstead, cat. 101, 289
Stratford Mill, “the Young Waltonians,” 34, 35, 288
The White Horse, 288
Constable, Lionel Bicknell, 306
Constable, Maria, 287–89
Constable, W.G., 45, 46
Cooper, A., 307
Journal of a Tour Down the Wye, cat. 140, 307
Cooper, Austin, 307
Cooper, Samuel, 242–13
Charles Stuart, 3rd Duke of Richmond and 6th Duke of Lennox, cat. 6, 243
Cooper, Sidney, 303
Cook, Captain James, 258
Cooke, George, 294
Cooke, W. B., 284
Cormack, Malcolm, 32, 35
Cornforth, John, Early Georgian Interiors, 51
Cosway, Richard, 262–63, 271
Elizabeth, Countess of Hopetoun, cat. 46, 263
James Hope, 3rd Earl of Hopetown, cat. 47, 263
Cotman, John Sell, 289
In Rokeby Park, cat. 102, 289
Courtney, William, 251
Coxe, Reverend William, 308
Historical Tour Through Monmouthshire, cat. 142, 308
Cozens, Alexander, 251, 270
Mountainous Landscape, cat. 22, 251
The Various Species of Landscape Composition, in Nature, 251
Cozens, John Robert, 251, 263, 270–71, 282
Galleria di Sopra, Albano, cat. 60, 270
The Lake of Albano and Castel Gandolfo, cat. 61, 271
Craft, William, 254
The craft of venery (Twiti), cat. 125, 67, 301–2
The Creation of the Heavens (Flaxman), cat. 63, 272
Critz, John de, the elder, 241
Crowe, William, 242
Crown, Patricia, 277
Cruikshank, Isaac Robert, Going to a Fight, 67
Cumberland, Duke of (Ernest Augustus; later King of Hanover), 294
Cumberland, Duke of (William Augustus), 255
Cumberland, George, 277
Cuyp, Aelbert, 285
Maas at Dordrecht, 285
Dadd, Richard, 296–97
Death of Abimelech at Thebez, cat. 115, 296–97
The Flight Out of Egypt, 297
Dale, Chester, 5
Danby, Francis, 306
Daniel, Sir Augustus, 45
Daniels, Stephen, 284
Darlington, 3rd Earl of (William Henry Vane), 279
Dartmouth, 2nd Earl of (William Legge), 250–51
Darwin, Erasmus, 259
The Botanic Garden, 303
David, Jacques-Louis, 292
Oath of the Horatii, 297
Day, Alexander, 269
Day, Richard, 10
Dayes, Edward, 278, 282
Queen Square, London, cat. 79, 278
Death of Abimelech at Thebez (Dadd), cat. 115, 296–97
Delacroix, Eugène, 292
Deleram, Francis, “Frances, Duchess of Richmond,” 63
Derby, 11th Earl of (Edward Stanley), 251
Derby, 13th Earl of (Edward Smith-Stanley), 241
Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus (Roberts), cat. 137, 68, 306
Devereux, Robert. See Essex, 2nd Earl of
Devis, Arthur, 46, 249–50
Mr. and Mrs. Hill, cat. 18, 249–50
Devonshire, Duchess of (Georgiana Cavendish), 273
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, Her Sister Harriet, Viscountess Duncannon and a Musician (Rowlandson), cat. 65, 273
Dickens, Charles, 293
Divers voyages touching the discouerie of America (Hakluyt), cat. 119, 299
Donati, Giovanni Battista, 291
Donati’s Comet (William Turner of Oxford), cat. 104, 290–91
Dort, or Dordrecht, the Dort Packet-boat from Rotterdam Becalmed (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 90, 30, 33, 284–85
Douglas, William. See Queensbury, 4th Duke of
Drake, Sir Francis, 299–300
A True Description (f the Naval Expedition of Francis Drake, cat. 120, 66, 202–203, 299
drawing manuals, 67, 305
drawing masters, 251, 255, 267, 279, 282, 289, 292, 295
drawing schools, 261–64, 265
drawings, 8, 242–45, 251, 255–58, 263, 264, 268–69, 286
architectural, 68, 267
botanical, 4, 240, 303–4
Drummond, Andrew, 259
The Drummond Family, cat. 39, 259
Drummond, John and Charlotte Beauclerk, 259
The Drummond Family, cat. 39, 259
The Drummond Family (Zoffany), cat. 39, 259
Dublin Society of Artists, 264
Ducannon, Viscountess (Harriet; later Countess of Bessborough), Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, Her Sister Harriet, Viscountess Duncan non and a Musician (Rowlandson), cat. 65, 273
Dudley, Robert, Arcano de Mare, 64
Dugdale, Sir William, 241
Dughet, Gaspard, 261
Duke collection, 8
Dunlop, James, 306
Dunlop, Nora G., 306
Wirer, Albrecht, 240, 295, 309
designs on celestial globe, 64
Duthie, Alexander, 291
Duveen, Denis 59
Dyce, William, Pegwell Bay, 291
Dyck, Sir Anthony van, 30, 51, 247–48, 259, 267, 281
Dyer, John, The Fleece, 284
Eagle, A Celebrated Stallion (Ward), cat. 84, 281
East Bergholt Church (Constable), cat. 96, 287
Edward I, King, 275
Edward II, King, 301
Edward, Prince of Wales, 297
Edwards, Edward, 269
Edwards, Richard, 275
Egerton, Judy, 286, 292
Egg, Augustus Leopold, 296
Eisenhower, Dwight D., President, 5
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard (Blake), cat. 72, 275–76
Elements of the Graphic Arts, sequel to (Robertson), cat. 135, 305
Elgin, Lord (Andrew Douglas Alexander Thomas Bruce), 68
Elizabeth I, Queen, 240–41, 298–300
portrait (Hilliard), 240
portrait (Hogenberg), cat. 118, 64, 298–99
Elizabeth II, Queen, 5, 297
Elizabeth, Countess of Hopetoun (Cosway), cat. 46, 263
Elizabeth, Princess (Elizabeth Stuart), 241
Portrait of a Lady (Hilliard), cat. 2, 241
portrait (Oliver), 241 Engleheart, George, 262, 271
A Lady of the Blunt Family, cat. 62, 271
An Epitome of Painting (Luttrell), cat. 133, 67–68, 305
Erskine, David, 267
Essex, 2nd Earl of (Robert Devereux), 241
Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex (Oliver), cat. 3, 240–41
Etty, William, 46
Evelyn, John, 244, 305
Sculptura, 305
The Exhibition Stare-case, Somerset House (Rowlandson), cat. 68, 27, 274
extra-illustrated books, 304, 306
Faber, John II, 245
The Famouse West Indian voyadge (Boazio), cat. 121, 299
fancy picture, 255
Fane, Mildmay. See Westmorland, 2nd Earl of Fairbrother, Louisa, 294
Faithorne, William, 244
Farington, Joseph, 250, 262, 282, 285, 290, 306
Farr, Dennis, 46
Farren, Elizabeth, 280
Favourites, the Property of H.R.H. Prince George of Cambridge (Landseer), cat. 109, 36, 293–94
Fawkes, Walter Ramsdell, 283–85
Fenton, Lavinia, 247
Ferdinand II, Holy Roman Emperor, 241, 242
Ferrières, Henri de, 301
Le Livre du Roy Modus et de Ia Reine Racio, cat. 126, 301
Le Livre du Roy Moth’s et de la Royne Racio, cat. 124, 67, 301
The First Steeple Chase on Record (Alken), cat. 129, 303
Fleming, James, 247
Fisher, Archdeacon John, 287–89
Fitzwilliam, 7th Viscount (Richard Fitzwilliam), 266
Flaxman, John, 271–72, 275–76, 306
The Apotheosis of Homer, 271
The Creation of the Heavens, cat. 63, 272
Enoch Raised to Heaven, 272
Foley, 2nd Baron (Thomas Foley), 253
Forbes, Elizabeth, 303
Forbes, James, 303
A Voyage from England to Bombay, cat. 130, 303
Oriental Memoirs, 303
Ford, Henry, 2
Forrester, Gillian, 259
Fox, Charles James, 253, 273
Francia, Louis, 292–93
A Frank Encampment in the Desert of Mount Sinai, 1842 (Lewis), cat. 111, 291, 295
Frankl, Gerald, Portrait of Basil Taylor, 6
Free Society of Artists, 249, 261–62, 271
Friedrich, Caspar David, 269
Frith, William Powell, 29, 3, 296
Froeberg, Kenneth, 13, 20, 21, 22–24, 25
Frye, Thomas, 264
Fulham Church from Across the River (Constable), cat. 97, 287
Fuseli, Henry, 268, 293
Gainsborough, Thomas, 30, 46, 51, 257–58, 259, 262, 286, 297
The Gravenor Family, cat. 35, 257
Harvest Wagon, 257
Landscape with Cattle, cat. 37, 257–58
Mary, Countess Howe, 257
Mr. and Mrs. Andrews, 207
Mrs. Richard Brinsley Sheridan, 257
Wooded Landscape with Castle. cat. 38, 258
A Woodland Pool with Rocks and Plants, cat. 36, 257
Galleria di sopra, Albano (J. R. Cozens), cat. 60, 270
Gamble, Ellis, 247
Gannon, William, 58–62
Gardner, Daniel, 45
Garlick, Kenneth, 46
Garrick, David, 248, 255, 2, 58
Gay, John, The Beggar’s Opera, 247
The Geographers (Brown), cat. 56, 268
Geographie opus nouissima (Ptolemy), compiled by Waldseemüller, cat. 117, 298
George I, King, 294, 307
George III, King, 63, 255, 258, 265, 271, 273, 293
George, Prince of Cambridge, 293
George, Prince of Wales, 263, 271, 279
George James Welbore Agar-Ellis, later 1st Lord Dover (Lawrence), cat. 83, 281
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, Her Sister Harriet, Viscountess Duncannon and a Musician (Rowlandson), cat. 65, 273
Gheeraerts, Marcus, the younger, 241
Gheeraerts, Sara, 241
Gibson, Francis, 289
Gilpin, Sawrey, 265, 268, 281
Gilpin, Reverend William, 261, 268, 305
Hints to form the taste & regulate ye judgment in sketching Landscape, cat. 134, 305
Observations, Relative Chiefly to Picturesque Beauty, 262
Three Essays, 305
Giller, W., engraving after Landseer, 294
Girtin, Thomas, 255, 267, 270, 278, 282, 293
The Abbey Mill, Knaresborough, cat. 85, 282
Bolton Bridge, 282
Golding Constable’s House, East Bergholt (Constable), cat. 95, 287
Goldsmith, Oliver, 255
Gordon, Duchess of (Jane Gordon), 273
Gordon, 5th Duke of (George Gordon), 273
Gordon, George. See Gordon, 5th Duke of
Gordon, Georgiana. See Bedford, Duchess of
Gordon, Jane. See Gordon, Duchess of
Gorges, Tristram, 300
Gossouin of Metz, L’Image du monde, 309
Grafton, 2nd Duke of (Charles Fitzroy), 256
Grafton, 3rd Duke of (Augustus Henry Fitzroy), 256
Graham, Richard, 242
Grand Canal, Venice (Bonington), cat. 108, 293
Grand Tour, 248–50, 256, 258, 263, 270, 271
Granger, James, 304
Grangerized books, 304
Grasse, Admiral François de, 63
Gravelot, Hubert-François, 257–58
Gravenor, John and Anne, 257
The Gravenor Family (Gainsborough), cat. 35, 257
The Gravenor Family (Gainsborough), cat. 35, 257
Gray, Hannah, 22
Gray, Thomas, poems illustrated by Blake, cats. 7072, 275
Green, James, 280
Green, Valentine, 266
Gresse, John Alexander, 280
Greville, Francis. See Brooke, Lord
Greville, George. See Warwick, 2nd Earl of
Gribelin, Simon, 244
Grolier Club, New York, Fifty-five Books Printed Before 1525, 64, 68, 309
Gros, Antoine-Jean, 292–93
Guinness, Desmond, 264
Hadfield, Maria, 263
Hadleigh Castle, The Mouth of the Thames-Morning After a Stormy Night (Constable), cat. 100, 288–89
Haghe, Louis, 306
Hake, Henry, 45
Hakewill, James, Picturesque Tour of Italy, 284
Hakluyt, Richard, 240, 299–300
Divers voyages touching the discouerie of America, cat. 119, 299
Halifax, Earl of, 5, 253
Hamilton, Gavin, 258
Hamilton, Hugh Douglas, 264
Hamilton, James, 285
Hampstead Heath, with a Bonfire (Constable), cat. 99, 288
Handel, George Frederick, 247, 248
Harbledown, a Village near Canterbury (Skelton), cat. 42, 260–61
Hardie, Martin, 8, 46
Hare Hunting (Barlow), cat. 10, 245
Hariot, Thomas, 299–300
Briefe and True Report of the New Found Land of Virginia, cat. 123, 240, 299–300
Harley, Edward. See Oxford, 2nd Earl of
Harris, Eileen, The Genius of Robert Adam, 51
Hastings, 2nd Baron (Edward Hastings), 309
Hastings, Edward. See Hastings, 2nd Baron
Hastings, Warren, 258
The Harvest Moon (Palmer), cat. 114, ii, 296
Harvey, George, Harvey’s Scenes of the Primitive Forest, 62
Haydon, Benjamin Robert, 291, 293
Hayley, William, 271, 274–76
Ballads, illustrated by Blake, 276
Hayman, Francis, 247, 257
Hazlitt, William, 263, 271
Healy, Robert, 264–65
Tom Conolly of Castletown Hunting with His Friends, cat. 50, viii, 265
Healy, William, 264
Hearne, Thomas, 262, 265
A View on the Island of Antigua, cat. 51, 265
Helmingham Herbal and Bestiary, cat. 131, vi, 67, 303–4
Henry IV, King, 302
Henry VII, King, 304
Hepworth, Barbara, 32
heraldry, 301
Herbert, William. See Pembroke, 3rd Earl of
Herrick, Robert, 299
Herring, William, 260
Hervey, Frederick Augustus. See Bristol, 4th Earl of
Higden, Ranulf, Policronicon, 64
Hill, Anna Barbara and George, 250
Hill, David, 289
Hilles, Frederick, 44
Hilliard, Nicholas, 240–41
Portrait of a Lady, cat. 2, 241
A treatise concerning the arte of limning, 240
Hills, Robert, 280, 290
Cattle in Groups, 280
Etchings of Quadropeds, 280
Sketches in Flanders and Holland, 280
A Village Snow Scene, cat. 82, 280
Hind, A. M., 242
Hints to form the taste & regulate ye judgment in sketching Landscape (Gilpin), cat. 134, 305
Historical Tour Through Monmouthshire (Coxe), cat. 142, 308
history painting, 247, 251, 255, 261, 278, 281
Hoare, Sir Richard Colt, 308
Historical Tour Through Monmouthshire (Coxe), cat. 142, 308
Hoare, William, of Bath, 248
Hodges, Walter Perry, Alken after, title page of The Beaufort Hunt, 58
Hogarth, William, 46, 51, 247–48, 249, 257, 274
Hogarth: His Life, Art, and Times (Paulson), 50
The Beggar’s Opera, cat. 14, 247
Hogenberg, Remegius; portrait of Elizabeth I, 64, 298–99
Holbein, Hans, 240
Hans Holbein at the Court of Henry VIII (Strong), 47
Holland, Henry, 259
Hollar, Wenceslaus, 241–44
The Long View of London from Bankside, 241–42
View of the East Part of Southwark, Looking. Towards Greenwich, cat. 5, 242
A View from St. Mary’s, Southwark, Looking Towards Westminster, 242
View of Steiereck on the Danube, cat. 4, 242
Holt, Dr., 254
Honorius Angustodunensis, Imago mundi, 309
Hope, Eliza, 263
Hope, Elizabeth. See Hopetoun, Countess of
Hope, James. See I lope tour!, 3rd Earl of
Hopetoun, 3rd Earl of (James Hope), 263
James Hope, 3rd Earl of Hopetoun, cat. 47, 263
Hopetoun, Countess of (Elizabeth Hope), 263
Elizabeth, Countess of Hopetoun, cat. 46, 263
Hoppner, John, 45
Horace, 310
Quinti Horatii Pucci Opera, cat. 146, 310
Hornebolte, Lucas, 240
The Horse (Blake), cat. 73, 276
horse portraits, 246, 252–53, 265, 279, 293, 297
see also race horses
horse racing, 252–53, 279, 281
Paul Mellon, interest in, 8, 16, 253
steeple-chasing, 303
Wakefield Lawn Races, 256
see also horse portraits: race horses
Hoskins, John the elder, 242
Hough, Bishop John, 247
Hounds in a Landscape (Wootton) cat. 13, 246–47
Howard, Sir Arthur, 64
Howard, Thomas. See Arundel, 14th Earl of
Howitt, Samuel, 302
Humphreys, Henry Noel, 310
The Art of Illumination and Missal Painting, cat. 147, 310
Humphry, Ozias, 45, 253–54, 257, 262, 269
Hudson, Thomas, 254, 259
Hunt, William Holman, 51
Hunt, Leigh, 293
Hunt, William Henry, 290
Hunter, John, 252, 254
Hunter, William, 252
Huntington, Henry E., 44
Hussein of Gebel Tor, 295
Ince, William Henry, 306
India, 258–59, 262, 303
In Rokeby Park (Connan), cat. 102, 289
Interior of St. Paul’s Cathedral (Mahon), cat. 55, 267
Ireland, Samuel, 308
A Picturesque Tour through Holland, Brabant, and Part of France, 308
Picturesque Views on the River Medway, cat. 141, 308
Isabey, Eugène, 293
Isham, Ralph, 59
James I, King, 240–42
James II, King, 242, 244
James Hope, 3rd Earl of Hopetoun (Cosway), cat. 47, 263
Jefferys, James, 269–70
Deluge, 269
Pride Led by the Passions, 269
Scene at Gibralter, 269
Self-portrait, cat. 59, 269–70
Jervas, Charles, 248
Johann II, Prince of Liechtenstein, 64
John, Augustus, 297
John, Gwen, 32
John Gubbins Newton and His Sister, Mary Newton (Burnard), cat. 106, 292
Johnson, Guy, 66
Johnson, Phillip, 16
Johnson, Dr. Samuel, 255, 274, 279
Joll, Evelyn, The Paintings of J. M. W. Turner, 51
Jones, Thomas, 251, 261, 262–64, 268, 269, 271
The Claudean Aqueduct and Colosseum, cat. 48, 263–64
Journal of a Tour Down the Wye (A. Cooper), cat. 140, 307
Jung, Carl, 5, 58
Juvenal, 269
Kahn, Louis: Kimbell Art Museum, 10, 16, 20, 22
Salk Institute, 16, 17
Yale Center for British Art, 10, 13, 15–18, 19–25, 38
Yale University Art Gallery, 16
Kauffman, Angelica, 45
Kay, Henry Isherwood, 45
Keats, John, 293
Kelly, Richard, 24
Kelmscott Press, 68, 298, 310–11
The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, cat. 148, 68, 310–11
Kent, William, 256
King, Peter Malcolm. See Lovelace, 4th Earl of
King, Thomas, 273
Kitson, Michael, 36, 38, 52
Kneller, Sir Godfrey, 245–46, 248
Knight, Richard Payne, 270
Kraus, Hans Peter, 63, 64
A Lady of the Blunt Family (Engleheart), cat. 62, 271
Laer, Pieter van (II Bamboccio), 243
Lafosse, Jean-Baptiste Adolphe, lithograph after Landseer, 294
Lake, Sir James Winter, 304
The Lake of Albano and Castel Gandolfo (J. R. Cozens), cat. 61, 271
Lambert, George, 260
landscape painting, 243, 245, 250–51, 257–58, 260, 263, 270, 277–78, 282–90, 291, 305
and Constable, 286–89
and plein air painting, 260, 271, 288, 290
and Turner, 282–86
Landscape with Cattle (Gainsborough), cat. 37, 257–58
Landseer, Sir Edwin, 246, 293, 294
The Cat’s Paw, 293
Favourites, the Property of H.R.H. Prince George of Cambridge, cat. 109, 36, 293–94
The Hunting of Chevy Chase, 293
The Monarch of the Glen, 293
The Old Shepherd’s Chief Mourner, 293
Landseer, John, 293
Laroon, Marcellus, the Younger, 47
Marcellus Laroon (Raines), 42, 47
Lascelles, Edward, 282–83
Laudonnière, Rene Goulaine de, 240;
Laudonnière and King Athore (Le Moyne), 240
Lavater, Johann Kasper, Essays on Physiognomy, 268
Lawrence, Sir Thomas, 30, 46, 268, 280–81, 289, 292–94
Arthur Atherley, 280
George James Welbore Agar-Ellis, later 1st Lord Dover, cat. 83, 281
Sir Francis Baring, Bt, John Baring, and Charles Wall, 280
Lederer, John, The Discoveries of John Lederer, 63
Leeds (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 88, 283–84
Lefèvre, Raoul, Recayell of the Historyes of Troye, 309
Legge, William. See Dartmouth, 2nd Earl of
Legouix, Susan, 269
Leitch, William Layton, 306
Le Livre du Roy Modus et de la Reine Racio (Henri de Ferrières), cat. 126, 301
Le Livre du Roy Modus et de la Royne Racio (Henri de Ferrières), cat. 124, 67, 301
Lely, Sir Peter, 46, 243
Le Moyne de Morgues, Jacques, 240, 300
La Clef des champs, 240
Laudonnière and King Athore, 240
A Young Daughter of the Picts, cat. 1, 240, 300
Lenox, Colonel James, 33, 285
Lennox, 6th Duke of (Charles Stuart), 243
Charles Stuart, 3rd Duke of Richmond and 6th Duke of Lennox (Samuel Cooper), cat. 6, 243
Leopold I, Holy Roman Emperor, 64
Leslie, Charles Robert, 33, 285, 293, 306
Lewis, Frederick Christian, 294
Lewis, John Frederick, 294–95
A Frank Encampment in the Desert of Mount Sinai, 1842, cat. 111, 291, 295
Lewis, Wilmarth Sheldon, 44
Linnell, John, 274, 290–92, 295
The Farmer Boy, 291
Shepherd Boy (Shepherd Boy Playing a Flute), cat. 105, 291
Linschoten, Jan, Voyages into Ye Easte and Weste Indies, 66–67
L’Institut de France, Paris (Boys), cat. 110, 294
Lippmann, Walter, 6
Loch Coruisk, Isle of Skye-Dawn (Robson), cat. 103, 290
Locke, John, library of, 57, 63
Loo, Jean-Baptiste van, 248
Lorrain, Claude, 250, 257–58, 261, 271, 286
Louis XIV, King, 245
Loutherbourg, Philippe Jacques de, 261–62, 277
Lovelace, 4th Earl of (Peter Malcolm King), 63
Lowinsky, Thomas Edmond, 8
Lucas, David: prints after Constable, 306
engraving after Sir Richard Steele’s Cottage (Turner), 289
Luttrell, Dorothy, 305
Luttrell, Edward, 305
An Epitome of Painting, cat. 133, 67–68, 305
Lyon, George Francis, Sketches of the Second Parry Arctic Expedition, 67
Macartney, Lord George, 278
MacCulloch, John, 284
Magellan, Ferdinand, 67
Mahon, James, 267
Malton, Thomas (the elder), 267
Malton, Thomas, 267
Interior of St. Paul’s Cathedral, cat. 55, 267
A Picturesque Tour Through the Cities of London and Westminster, 267
Picturesque Views of Oxford, 267
Man Hunting with a Pointed Staff and a Hound (Barlow), cat. 9, 244–45
Mannings, David, Sir Joshua Reynolds, 51
manuscripts, 298, 300–304, 303, 304, 308, 309
maps, 63, 64–66, 298–99, 307, 309
The Market Girl (The Silver Age) (Walton), cat. 52, 266
Marlow, William, 248
Marshal, Alexander, 304
St. George and the Dragon, in Anecdotes of Painting in England (Walpole), cat. 132, 304–5
Marshall, Ben, 279
Muly Moloch, cat. 81, 279
Marshall, John, 284
Matisse, Henri, 66
Mayer, Lance, 292
McKay, William, 45
Medici, Ferdinando de’, Cardinal, 269
Medlycote, Thomas, 250
Mellon, Andrew, 2, 3, 4, 58
collector of art, 2, 4–6
and National Gallery of Art, 4–7
Mellon, Mary Conover, 5, 58–59
Mellon, Nora McMullen, 4
Mellon, Paul, xi, 3, 4, 5, 11
biography of, 2–11
collector of art, 5–10, 29–32
collector of books, 4, 57–70, 298, 301, 303–304, 307, 309
and construction of Yale Center for British Art, 13, 15–18, 20–22, 24, 25, 38
and horses, 4–5, 8, 16, 297
Paul Mellon on Dublin (Munnings), cat. 116, 297
and publication of Studies in British Art, 46–47
Mellon, Rachel Lambert Lloyd (Bunny), 5, 8, 22
collector of books, 59, 68, 71n.20, 303
Mellon, Thomas, 7
Mellon Chansonnier, 59
Mendelssohn, Felix, 285
Mengs, Anton Raphael, 258
Mercier, Philippe, 47
Mer de Glace, in the Valley of Chamouni, Switzerland (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 86, 72–73, 283
Merian, Matthäus, the elder, 241
Merivale, John, 262
Merke, Henri, 302
Meyers, Marshall, 13, 22, 25
Michelangelo, 255, 272, 295
Middleton, 1st Baron (Sir Thomas Willoughby), 245
Millais, John Everett, 293
Millar, Oliver, Zoffany and His Tribuna, 47
Milton, John, 248, 274, 295
Paradise Lost, 277
miniature painting, 240–43, 249, 262–63, 265, 268, 271, 305, 309
Mr. and Mrs. Hill (Devis), cat. 18, 249–50
Mrs. Abington as Miss Pm (Reynolds), cat. 31, 28, 30, 255
Moll, Herman, 307
Monboddo, Lord (James Burnett), 268
Monro, Dr. Thomas, 265, 270, 278, 282, 289
Montagu, Lady Mary Wortley, 248
A Moonlight Scene with a Winding River (Palmer), cat. 112, 295
Moore, Henry, 32
Moore, James, 282
Morland, George, 272, 281
Morland, Thomas Hornby, 281
Morris, William, 309–10
The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, cat. 148, 68, 310–11
Morritt, John, 289
Mortimer, John Hamilton, 47, 269
Mountainous Landscape (Alexander Cozens), cat. 22, 251
Mullaly, Terence, 9
Mulready, William, 290
Muly Moloch (Marshall), cat. 81, 279
Munnings, Sir Alfred, 246, 279, 297
Paul Mellon on Dublin, cat. 116, 297
Murray, Charles Fairfax, 310
music, 247, 259, 273, 277, 309
Myrrour of the Worlde (Caxton), cat. 143, 302, 309
Napoleon I, Emperor, 269, 280, 284
National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C., 16, 18, 36, 51, 61
bequest of Chester Dale, 5
bequests of Paul Mellon, 5, 9, 36
East Building, 15, 18
founding of, 4–7
Nattes, J. C., 280
natural history: animal subjects, 244, 252–54, 280, 281, 293–94
books, 4, 59, 303–4
see also botanical books; drawings, botanical; horse portraits; sporting art; sporting books
Negus, Francis, 307
Neoclassicism, 248, 258, 277
Nesfield, William Andrews, 280
Newhouse, Charles B., The Roadsters Album, 58
Newton, Charity, 292
Newton, Sir Isaac, 247
Newton, John, 292
Newton, John Gubbins and Mary, John Gubbins Newton and His Sister, Mary Newton (Burnard), cat. 106, 292
Nicoll, John, 50
Nicolson, Benedict Joseph Wright of Derby, Painter of Light, 49
Nicholson, Ben, 32
Nivelon, François, 250
Noon, Patrick, 243
The Norman Gate and Deputy Governor’s House (Sandby), cat. 32, 255–56
Northeast View of Wakefield Lodge in Whittlebury Forest, Northampton (Sandby), cat. 33, 256
Northwick, 2nd Baron (John Rushout), 68
Oak Spring Garden Library, 59, 68, 70n.4, n.7, n.11, 303
O’Keefe, John, 265
Old Dominion Foundation, 7, 47, 59
Old Masters, 305
collected by Andrew Mellon, 2, 4–6
influence of, 249, 254–55, 257, 281, 283–86, 304
Oliver, Isaac, 240–41
Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex, cat. 3, 240–41
Oliver, Peter, 241
Olivier, Pierre, 241
On the Washburn (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 87, 283
Oppé, A. P., 261
Oriental Field Sports (Williamson), cat. 128, 302
Orme, Edward, 302
Ottley, William Young, 268
Ovid, Metamorphoses, 266
Oxford, 2nd Earl of (Edward Harley), 246
A Paddle-steamer in a Storm (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 93, 285–86
Paley, William, 291
Palmer, Alfred Herbert, 296
Palmer, Hannah, 295
Palmer, Samuel, 291, 295–96
The Golden Valley, 296
The Harvest Moon, cat. 114, ii, 296
A Moonlight Scene with a Winding River, cat. 112, 295
The Timber Wain, 296
The Weald of Kent, cat. 113, 295–96
Palmerston, 2nd Viscount (Henry Temple), 264
Parry, Sir William, 67
Pars, William, 261, 263, 264, 268
A View of Rome Taken from the Pincio, cat. 49, 264
Pasquin, Anthony, 264, 277
Patch, Thomas, 258
Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art, London, 11n.4, 36, 38, 40–41, 44, 48–51, 52
Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art, 7, 10, 16, 47–49, 51
publications of, 7, 47–49
Paul Mellon on Dublin (Munnings), cat. 116, 297
Paulson, Ronald, Hogarth: His Life, Art, and Times, 50
Payne, Christiana, 280, 296
Payne, Sir Ralph, 265
Pei, I. M., 15–16
Pembroke, 3rd Earl of (William Herbert), 304
Pennington, Richard, 241
perspective, 241, 248, 267, 278, 282
Pether, William, 259
Pevsner, Sir Nikolaus, 46
Phillip, John “Spanish,” 296
Phillipps, Sir Thomas, 66, 70n.21, 296, 299
physiognomy, 268
Picasso, Pablo, 66
Picturesque, the, 256, 261–62, 265, 278, 280, 286, 288, 289, 305, 307
tour books of, 262, 266–67, 284, 294, 308
Picturesque Views on the River Medway (Ireland), cat. 141, 308
Pillsbury, Edmund, 10
Pine, John, Quinti Horatii Flacci Opera (Horace), cat. 146, 310
Piranesi, Giovanni Battista, 268
Pope, Alexander, 247, 248
Alexander Pope (Roubillac), cat. 15, 10, 248
Iliad, translation of, 277
“Summer-The Second Pastoral,” 291
Porter, John, The craft of venery, cat. 125, 301
Portrait of a Lady (Hilliard), cat. 2, 241
Portrait of a Man (Wright of Derby), cat. 40, 259–60
portraiture, 240–41, 250, 254–55, 257–62, 269–71, 273, 277, 280, 292, 297
collected by Paul Mellon, 30
conversation piece, 249–50, 267
estate portraiture, 245, 256, 286, 289
sculpture, 248
see also horse portraits; miniature painting
Postle, Martin, Sir Joshua Reynolds, 51
Pottle, Frederick, 44
Price, Sir Uvedale, 255
print techniques: aquatint, 255, 263, 267, 302–3, 308
chromolithography, 310
etching, 274–75, 289, 295, 306
line engraving, 245, 264, 310
lithography, 284
mezzotint engraving, 68, 245, 259, 264, 281, 305
The Progress of Poesy. A Pindaric Ode. “On Cythera’s day”(Blake), cat. 70, 275
Prown, Jules David, 10, 30, 32, 49, 50, 261
and construction of the Yale Center for British Art, 13, 15–23, 21–22, 25
Ptolemy, 298
Geographic opus nouissima, compiled by Waldseemaller, cat. 117, 298
Pumpkin with a Stable-lad (Stubbs), cat. 25, 2, 253
Purchas, Samuel, 299, 300
Pyne, W. H., 280
Pynson, Richard, cat. 145, 64, 309
Queen Square, London (Dayes), cat. 79, 278
Queensbury, 4th Duke of (William Douglas), 273–74
Quinti Horatii Flacci Opera (Horace), cat. 146, 310
race horses: Dublin, 297
Eagle, 281
Escape, 279
Fort Marcy, 16
Gimcrack, 253
Mill Reef, 8
Muly Moloch, 279
Pumpkin, 253
Sea Hero, 8
Turf, 253
Raines, Robert, Marcellus Laroon, 42, 47
Raleigh, Sir Walter, 240, 299–300
Ramsay, Allan, 51
Randall, David, 58–59
Raphael, 250, 255
Alba Madonna, 43
St. George and the Dragon, 304–5
Read, Herbert, 46
Redouté, Pierre Joseph, 59, 303
Reinagle, Ramsay Richard, 306
Rembrandt van Rijn, 260, 285
Revett, Nicolas, 264
Antiquities of Athens, 264
Reynolds, Graham, 35, 241
The Later Paintings and Drawings of John Constable, 51
Reynolds, Sir Joshua, 30, 44, 46, 248, 250, 254–55, 258, 271, 278, 293
Discourses, 255
Mrs. Abington as Miss Prue in William Congreve’s “Love for Love,” cat. 31, 28, 30, 255
Reynolds (Waterhouse), 46
and the Royal Academy, 255, 260
Sir Joshua Reynolds (Mannings and Postle), 51
Ricci da Montepulciano, Giovanni, Cardinal, 269
Rich, John, 247
Rich, Robert, News from Virginia, 63
Richardson, Jonathan, the elder, 248
Richmond, 3rd Duke of (Charles Lennox), 251, 265
Richmond, George, 291
Rimbault, Stephen, 258
Ritchie, Andrew, 10, 33
Rivet, Charles, 293
Robert Devereux, 2nd Earl of Essex (Oliver), cat. 3, 240–41
Roberts, David, 306
The Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus, 306
sketch of Destruction of Jerusalem by Titus, from Record Books, cat. 137, 68, 306
Roberts, William, 45
Robertson, Alexander, 305
Robertson, Andrew, 305
Robertson, Archibald, 67, 305
Elements of the Graphic Arts, 67, 305
sequel to Elements of the Graphics Arts, cat. 135, 305
Robinson, Duncan, 10
Robinson, Lionel and Philip, 63, 66
Robson, George Fennel, 280, 290
Loch Cornish, Isle of Skye-Dawn, cat. 103, 290
Scenery of the Grampians, 290
Rochambeau, comte de (Jean-Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur), 63
Rockefeller, John D., 2
Rockingham, 2nd Marquis of (Charles Watson-Wentworth), 251, 252
Romanticism, 252, 269, 275, 281, 284, 285, 288, 295
Rome from the Villa Madama (Wilson), cat. 19, 250
Romney, George, 45, 271
Rooker, M. A.; A Collection of Landscapes, 256
Roosevelt, Franklin D., President, 6–7
Rosa, Salvator, 260, 261
Rose, Joseph, 259
Rosenbach, A. S.W., 63, 301
Rosenthal, Michael, 288
Roslin Castle, Midlothian (Sandby), cat. 34, 256
Rouault, Georges, 66
Roubiliac, Louis-François, 247–48
Alexander Pope, cat. 15, 10, 248
Rousseau, Jean-Jacques, 271
Rovere, Francesco Maria della. See Urbino, Duke of
Rowlandson, Thomas, 8, 272–74
An Audience Watching a Play at Drury Lane, cat. 64, 272–73
The Connoisseurs, cat. 66, 273
The Exhibition Stare-case, Somerset House, cat. 68, 27, 274
Georgiana, Duchess of Devonshire, Her Sister Harriet, Viscountess Duncan non and a Musician, cat. 65, 273
A Worn-out Debauchee, cat. 67, 273–74
Rowlandson, William, 272
Roxburghe Club, 67, 303
Royal Academy of Arts, London, 1, 46, 250, 252, 255, 258, 260, 263, 264, 265, 271, 274, 277, 279, 281, 283, 285, 290, 294, 306
The Exhibition Stare-case, Somerset House (Rowlandson), cat. 68, 274
Painting in England, 1700–1850, 9, 29, 47, 49
presidents of, 255, 261, 280, 289, 297
Royal Academy Schools, 262, 266–67, 269, 271, 272, 277–78, 280, 282, 286, 291, 293, 296
Rubens, Sir Peter Paul, 280–81
Peace Embracing Plenty, 30, 31
Runciman, Alexander, 267
Rundell, Bridge, and Rundell, silver-smiths, 271
Rim shout, John. See Northwick, 2nd Baron
Ruskin, John, 282, 285–86, 290, 294–95
Russell, John. See Bedford, 6th Duke of
Rust, Elizabeth, 265
The Rustic Lover (Wheatley), cat. 54, 267
Ruysch, Johannes, 298
Rysbrack, Michael, 248
St. George and the Dragon (Marshal), cat. 132, 304–5
St. John, Sir Frederick. See Bolingbroke, 2nd Viscount
St. John, Henry. See Bolingbroke, 1st Viscount
Salk, Jonas, 16–18
Sandby, Paul, 255–56, 269
aquatints after Pars, 264
Lady Frances Scott and Lady Elliott, 256
Norman Gale, 256
The Norman Gate and Deputy Governor’s House, cat. 32, 255–56
Northeast View of Wakefield Lodge in Whittlebury Forest, Northampton, cat. 33, 256
Roslin Castle, Midlothian, cat. 34, 256
Sandby, Thomas, 255
Sargent, John Singer, 51, 297
Sassoon, Sir Philip, 46
Saxton, Christopher, 298
Atlas of the Counties of England and Wales, cat. 118, 64, 298–99
Sayer, Robert, 244
Schöner, Johann, “Brixen Globes,” 64
Schongauer, Martin, 295
Schoolmaster Printer, 302
Scott, Samuel, 248
Scott, Sir Walter, 285, 290, 293
Lord of the Isles, 290
Poetical Works, 285
Rokeby, 289
Seckford, Sir Thomas, 298
Sedley, Sir Charles, 289
Self-portrait (Jefferys), cat. 59, 269–70
Serota, Sir Nicholas, 48
Shakespeare, William, 248, 277
Shanes, Eric, 283
Shepherd (Sheppard), William, 244
Shepherd Boy (Shepherd Boy Playing a Flute) (Linnel), cat. 105, 291
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley, 273
The School for Scandal, 255
Shipley, William, drawing school of, 262–64, 266
Shipping in an Estuary, Probably near Quilleboeuf (Bonington), cat. 107, 292–93
Shirley, Andrew, Bonington, 46
Shyp of Folys, (Brant), cat. 145, 309
Siberechts, Jan, 245
Wollaton Hall and Park, Nottinghamshire, cat. 11, 245
Sickert, Walter, The Camden Town Murder, 32
Sidney, Lady Mary, 240
Sidney, Sir Philip, 240–41
Siltzer, Frank, 303
Sir Joseph Banks’s Fishery Book (Sarah Banks), cat. 139, 307
Sir Richard Steele’s Cottage, Hampstead (Constable), cat. 101, 289
Skeaping, John, 32
Skelton, Jonathan, 260–61
Harbledown, a Village near Canterbury, cat. 42, 260–261
Sleeping Leopard (Stubbs), cat. 26, 253
Sloane, Sir Hans, 242
Smart, John, 262
Colonel James Stevenson, cat. 45, 262
Smart, Samuel, wife of, 264
Smith, Douglas, 49
Smith, Greg, 263
Smith, John, Generall historic of Virginia, 63
Smith, John Raphael, 281
Smith, John Thomas, 305–6
letter from Constable, cat. 136, 305–6
Smith, John “Warwick,” 251, 261, 263, 264, 268–69
Bay Scene in Moonlight, cat. 58, 269
Select Views in Great Britain, 268
Select Views in Italy, 268
The Villa Medici, Rome, cat. 57, 269
Smith-Stanley, Edward. See Derby, 13th Earl of
Smythson, Robert, 245
Snelgrove, Dudley, 10
Soane, Sir John, 267
Society of Artists of Great Britain, 250
academy of, 265
Duke of Richmond’s sculpture gallery, 272
members and exhibitors, 1, 250–52, 255–56, 259–65, 269, 278
Society of Arts, 265, 267, 269
Society of Dilettanti, 264, 269
Society of Painters in Water-Colours, 268, 280, 289–90, 294–95
Solkin, David, 250, 259–60
Songs of Innocence and of Experience (Blake), cat. 69, 59, 275
South, William, 253
Spencer, Mary, 251, 254
sporting art, 244–47, 264, 279, 303
collected by Paul Mellon, 10, 36, 46, 253
sporting books, 301–3
collected by Paul Mellon, 4, 46, 58–61, 66–68, 298
Staffa, Fingal’s Cave (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 91, 32, 33, 285
Stag Hunt (Jan Wyck), cat. 12, 246
Stanfield, Clarkson, 306
Stanley, Edward. See Derby, sub Earl of
Staunton, Sir George, 279
Steele, Sir Richard (Isaac Bickerstaff), 255, 289
Stevens, Stoddard, 16
Stevenson, James, Colonel James Stevenson (Smart), cat. 45, 262
Stewart, Frederick William Robert. See Castelreagh, Viscount
Stirling of Keir, General Archibald, 59
Stokes, Charles, 284
Stoop, Dirck, 245
Stothard, Thomas, 306
Strong, Roy: The English Icon, 48, 49
Hans Holbein at the Court of Henry VIII, 47
Stuart, Charles. See Lennox, 6th Duke of; Richmond, 3rd Duke of
Stuart, Frances Teresa, 243
Stubbs, George, 5, 38, 46, 51, 247, 251–54, 265, 279, 281, 293
The Anatomy of the Horse, 251, 254
A Comparative Anatomical Exposition. cats, 2830, 252, 254
Hyena with a Groom on Newmarket Heath, 37
Lustre, Held by a Groom, 36
Pumpkin with a Stable-lad, cat. 25, 2, 253
Self-portrait, 253
Sleeping Leopard, cat. 26, 253
A Comparative Anatomical Exposition...: Fowl Skeleton, cat. 30, 254
Studies for Comparative Anatomical Exposition. . . : Human Figure, Anterior View, cat. 28, 254
Studies for Comparative Anatomical Exposition. . . : Tiger, Lateral View, cat. 29, 254
Study for the Self-portrait in Enamel, cat. 27, 253–54
Turf, with Jockey up, at Newmarket, cat. 24, 30, 253
Zebra, cat. 23, 1, 6, 252
Stubbs, George Townly, 252
Studies for Comparative Anatomical Exposition. . . : Human Figure, Anterior View (Stubbs), cat. 28, 254
Studies for Comparative Anatomical Exposition. . . : Tiger, Lateral View (Stubbs), cat. 29, 254
Study for the Self-portrait in Enamel (Stubbs), cat. 27, 253–54
Sublime, the, 251, 252, 256, 281, 284
Sunderland, John, 269
Sutton, Denys, 9, 47, 49
Swift, Jonathan, 248
Swinburne, Algernon, 311
Tankerville, 5th Earl of (Charles Augustus Bennett), 293
Tatham, Frederick, 277
Taylor, Basil, 5–10, 46, 29, 253, 292
and Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art, 7, 10, 46–49, 52
Portrait of Basil Taylor (Frankl), 6
Taylor, Charles, 21
Taylor, John Edward, 283
Teerlinc, Levina, 240
Temple, Henry. See Palmerston, 2nd Viscount
Temple of Minerva Medica, Rome (Wilson), cat. 20, 250–51
Thackeray, William Makepeace, 294
“Then the Divine hand found the Two limits, Satan and Adam” (Blake), cat. 75, 276–77
Thicknesse, Philip, 257
Thorold, Mrs. John, 253
Tillemans, Peter, 249
Tinker, Chauncey Brewster, 44, 58–61
Tom Conolly of Castletown Hunting with His Friends (Healy), cat. 50, viii, 265
Toms, William Henry, Chorographia Britanniae, 307
topographical drawing, 240, 251, 265, 267, 268, 270
topographical painting, 248–49, 269, 278
Towne, Francis, 261–62, 263, 264, 268
Ambleside, cat. 44, 261
Townley, Charles, 267
Transylvanus, Maximilianus, De Moluccis Insulis, 67
The Triumph of Music (The Glee Club), cat. 78, 277–78
A True Description of the Naval Expedition of Francis Drake, cat. 120, 66, 202–03, 299
Turf, with Jockey up, at Newmarket (Stubbs), cat. 24, 30, 253
Turner, Dawson, 265, 289
Turner, Joseph. Mallord William, 47, 255, 265–66, 270, 278, 282–86, 293, 307
The Channel Sketchbook, cat. 94, 35, 36, 286
Dort, or Dordrecht, the Dort Packet-boat from. Rotterdam Becalmed, cat. 90, 30, 33, 284–85
The Eruption of the Souffrier Mountains, 284
Fighting Temeraire, 285
Fishermen at Sea, 285
Fort Vimieux, 285
Glacier and Source of the Arveron, 283
Large Farnley Sketchbook, 283
Leeds, cat. 88, 283–84
Mer de Glace, in the Valley of Chamouni, Switzerland, cat. 86, 72–73, 283
and “Monro Academy,” 269, 278, 282
On the Washburn, cat. 87, 283
A Paddle-steamer in a Storm. cat. 93, 285–86
The Paintings of J.M.W. Turner (Butlin and Joll), 51
and the Royal Academy, 267, 282–84
Source de l’Arveron, Valley of Chamouni, 283
sketchbooks of, 35, 36, 283
Staffa, Fingal’s Cave, cat. 91, 32, 33, 285
Venice, The Month of the Grand Canal, cat. 92, 285
Vesuvius in Eruption, cat. 89, 284
Wreckers-Coast of Northumberland, with a Steam-boat Assisting a Ship off Shore, 33
Turner, William, of Oxford, 290–91
Donati’s Comet, cat. 104, 290–91
Twiti, William, 301
The craft of venery, cat. 125, 67, 301–2
Tyers, Jonathan, 247
typography, 310–11
Urban VIII, Pope, 270
Urbino, Duke of (Francesco Maria della Rovere), 304
Valk, Gerald, “America,” in Atlas Minor (Visscher), 65
Van Devanter, Willis, 61–62, 68
Varley, Cornelius, 291
Varley, John, 290–91
Velde, Willem van de, the elder, 243–44
Celebration on the Thames near Whitehall, cat. 8, 244
Velde, Willem van de, the younger, 243–44
Venice, The Month of the Grand Canal (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 92, 285
Verlaine, Paul, Parallèlement, 66
Vernet, Claude-Joseph, 250, 269
Vertue, George, 241, 243, 244, 245, 246, 248
Vesuvius in Eruption (J. M. W. Turner), cat. 89, 284
Victoria, Queen, 8, 293
View of the East Part of Southwark, Looking Towards Greenwich (Hollar), cat. 5, 242
A View of Rome Taken from the Pincio (Pars), cat. 49, 264
View of Steiereck on the Danube (Hollar), cat. 4, 242
View of the Waterhouse and Old St. hies, London (Thomas Wyck), cat. 7, 243
A View on the Island of Antigua (Hearne), cat. 51, 265
A Village Snow Scene (Hills), cat. 82, 280
The Villa Medici, Rome (John “Warwick” Smith), cat. 57, 269
Villiers, George. See Buckingham, 2nd Duke of
Vimeur, Jean-Baptiste Donatien de. See Rochambeau, comte de
Virgil, 271, 295
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond: bequests of Paul Mellon, 5, 36
Painting in England, 1700–1850, 4, 8–9
Sport and the Horse, 5–6, 8
Virginiana, 63, 240, 300
Visscher, Claesz Janz, 243
Visscher, Nicholas, Atlas Minor, 64
“America” (Valk), 65
Vivares, François, 251
A Voyage from England to Bombay (Forbes), cat. 130, 303
Wade, George, 247
Waldseemüller, Martin, 64
Geographic opus nouissima, cat. 117, 298
Wales, 250, 263, 268, 275, 289–90, 298–99, 307–8
Wales, Prince of: See Edward, Prince of Wales; George, Prince of Wales
Wales, Frederick, 22
Walker, John, 7
Walpole, Horace, 44, 255, 256, 264
Anecdotes of Painting in England, cat. 132, 243, 246, 304
Catalogue of Engravers, 304
collection of, 241, 243
Correspondence, 44
Walpole, Robert, 1st Earl of Orford, 8, 247
Walton, Henry, 265–66
The Golden Age, 266
The Market Girl (The Silver Age), cat. 52, 266
Ward, Humphrey, 45
Ward, James, 280, 281
Eagle, A Celebrated Stallion, cat. 84, 281
Gordale Scar, 281
Waterloo Allegory, 281
Ward, William, 281
Wark, Robert R., 45
Warner, Malcolm, 252
Warrell, Ian, 285
Warren, Sir Peter, 247
Warwick, 2nd Earl of (George Greville), 269
Warwick Castle (Canaletto), cat. 16, 249
Washington, George, President, 63
watercolor painting, 8, 45–46, 255, 260–62, 263–71, 277, 280–82, 289–91
Associated Artists in Water Colours, 290
Old Water-Colour Society, 280
Society of Painters in Water-Colours, 268, 280, 289–91, 294–95
Waterhouse, Sir Ellis, 44–46, 49–51, 245
Painting in Britain, 1530–1790, 46
Reynolds, 46, 51
Watson-Wentworth, Charles. See Rockingham, 2nd Marquis of
The Weald of Kent (Palmer), cat. 113, 295–96
Webster, Mary, Francis Wheatley, 49
Wedgwood, Josiah, 252–53, 259, 271
Wellesley, Sir Arthur. See Wellington, 1st Duke Of
Wellington, 1st Duke of (Sir Arthur Wellesley), 262
Wells, William, Western Scenery, 61
West, Benjamin, 261, 266, 291
Agrippina Landing at Brundisium, 261
The Artist and His Family, cat. 43, 261
Death of General Wolfe, 261
West, Betsy, 261
West, John, 261
West, Robert, 264
West, Thomas, Guide to the Lakes, 262
Westmorland, 2nd Earl of (Mildmay Fane), 299
Wheatley, Francis, 46–47, 266–67
The Browne Family, cat. 53, 266–67
The Cries of London, 267
Francis Wheatley (Webster), 49
The Rustic Lover, cat. 54, 267
The Rustic Lover (print), 267
Whistler, James Abbott McNeill, 51
Whitaker, Thomas Dunham, The History of Yorkshire, 284
White, Christopher, 51–52
White, James, 262
White, John, 240, 299–300
Whitley, William T., 45
Wigstead, Henry, 272
Wilcox, Tim, 262
Wilkie, Sir David, 51, 291
Wilkinson, Sir John Gardner, 294
William III, King, 307
William IV, King, 293
Williams, Iolo, 8
Williamson, George C., 45
Williamson, Thomas, 302
Oriental Field Sports, cat. 128, 302
Willoughby, Sir Francis, 245
Willoughby, Sir Thomas. See Middleton, 1st Baron
Wilson, Benjamin, 258
Wilson, John, 306
Wilson, Richard, 46, 250–51, 258, 263, 306
The Arbra Sacra on the Banks of Lake Semi, cat. 21, 251
Destruction of the Children of Niobe, 250
Italian Sketchbook, 49
Rome from the Janiculum, 250
Rome from the Villa Madama, cat. 19, 250
Temple of Minerva Medica, Rome, cat. 20, 250–51
Wilton, Andrew, 286
Wimsatt, William K., 248
Wing, Caleb W, 310
Winstanley, Hamlet, 251
Witten, Laurence, 63–64, 70n.9
Wollaton Hall and Park, Nottinghamshire (Siberechts), cat. 11, 245
Wooded Landscape with Castle (Gainsborough), cat. 38, 258
A Woodland Pool with Rocks and Plants (Gainsborough), cat. 36, 257
Woollett, William, 265, 269
Wootton, John, 246–47
Althorp Hounds and the Magpie, 247
Hounds and a Magpie, 247
Hounds in a Landscape, cat. 13, 246–47
Releasing the Hounds, 247
Worde, Wynken de, 64
Canterbury Tales, 309
Wordsworth, William, 307
“Prelude VI,” 288
The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer (Kelmscott Press), cat. 148, 68, 310–11
A Worn-out Debauchee (Rowlandson), cat. 67, 273–74
Wren, Sir Christopher, 267
Wright, Joseph, of Derby, 45, 251, 259–60
An Academy by Lamplight, cat. 41, 260
Joseph Wright of Derby, Painter of Light (Nicolson), 49
Philosopher by Lamplight, 260
The Philosopher Giving a Lecture on the Orrery, 259
Portrait of a Man, cat. 40, 259–60
Three Persons Viewing the Gladiator by Candle-Light, 259
Wright, Thomas, 250
Wyck, Jail, 243, 245–46
Stag. Hunt, cat. 12, 246
Wyck, Thomas, 243, 245
view of London Before the Great Fire, 243
View of the Waterhouse and Old St. Paul’s, London, cat. 7, 243
Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, 14
Academic Advisory Committee, 38
acquisitions by, 35
bequest of books by Paul Mellon, 68, 298
construction of, 13–14, 15–18, 19–25, 38
directors of, 10, 15
founding of, 2, 9–10, 30, 36–38, 44, 57
Studies in British Art, 38
Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, 10, 15, 16, 47
Yale University, New Haven: Beinecke Library, Mellon gifts to, 2, 57, 68, 71n.16
and Paul Mellon, 4, 44, 58–59
see also Yale Center for British Art: Yale University Art Gallery
Young, Edward, Night Thoughts, 274–75
Young, Sir William, 267
A Young Daughter of the Picts (Le Moyne) cat. 1, 240, 300
Zebra (Stubbs), cat. 23, 1, 2, 6, 252
Zoffany, Johan Joseph, 46, 258–59, 265
The Drummond Family, cat. 39, 259
Royal Academy members attending a life drawing class, 263
Zoffany and His Tribune, (Millar), 47
Zucarelli, (Giacomo) Francesco, 250