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Bonnar, William 1800-1853 German National Library

William Bonnar artiste britannique Wikidata

Bonnar, William (Scottish painter and engraver, 1800-1853) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Bonnar, W. (William), 1800-1853 Library of Congress/NACO

Bonnar, William ISNI

VIAF ID: 13467670 (Personal)


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The blessing, 1852: Library of Congress/NACO
George Johnston, 1797 - 1855. Naturalist and author Wikidata
George Meikle Kemp, 1795 - 1844. Architect and designer of the Sir Walter Scott Monument Wikidata
Isabella Burns, Mrs John Begg, 1771 - 1858. Youngest sister of Robert Burns Wikidata
Porträt John Blackie Punktiermanier mit Ätzung German National Library
Rev. Dr Patrick Clason, 1789 - 1867. Minister in Buccleuch Parish Church, Edinburgh Wikidata
Rev. Thomas Blacklock, 1721 - 1791. Minister of Kirkcudbright and poet Wikidata
Rev. Thomas Chalmers, 1780 - 1847. Preacher and social reformer Wikidata
Rev. William Cunningham, 1805 - 1861. Theologian Wikidata
Self-portrait Wikidata
The Tinkers Wikidata

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