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Mortlake Terrace

Description: Oil painting of a park area lined in trees, looking out over a river. Buildings are visible along the banks of the river and several boats are on the water.
Date: 1827
Creator: Turner, Joseph Mallord William
Item Type: Artwork

Biel le Doyt

Description: Seated portrait of a young man.
Date: 1827
Creator: Field, Erastus Salisbury
Item Type: Artwork

Civita Castellana

Description: Hilly landscape with large clouds in the sky are depicted in this painting.
Date: 1826/1827
Creator: Corot, Jean-Baptiste-Camille
Item Type: Artwork

Road to the Spaniards, Hampstead

Description: A dirt road travels into the distance from the foreground and the sky is full of large clouds. There are some very small figures in the distance as well as some buildings.
Date: 1822
Creator: Constable, John
Item Type: Artwork

Portrait of Vladimir Samoylov as Hamlet

Description: The painting depicts a portrait of a young man dressed in armor and a shirt with puffy, red sleeves with white insets. His hands are on his hips and he wears a wide sash tied in a bow around his waist. His hair is parted and short and he sports a mustache.
Date: 1825/1852~
Creator: Bryullov, Karl
Item Type: Artwork

El Templete

Description: The view is of the side of El Templete and shows also some contemporary people in the foreground.
Date: 1828
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El Templete

Description: The row of Doric style columns is shown in this view as well as the decorative lintel.
Date: 1828
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El Templete

Description: The facade of the neoclassical shrine and its accompanying column are shown in this view. In the foreground are some contemporary celebrants and umbrellas.
Date: 1828
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El Templete

Description: The close view shows the column and the portico of the shrine building. In the foreground can be seen some vendors and visitors.
Date: 1828
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