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Greenwood, John, 1727-1792 RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland German National Library Library of Congress/NACO National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Poland National Library of Israel

John Greenwood painter from the United States active in the Netherlands and Great Britain ISNI Wikidata

Greenwood, John (American and English painter and engraver, 1727-1792) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Greenwood, John 1729-1792 National Library of France

VIAF ID: 18558769 (Personal)

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A catalogue of that superb and well known cabinet of drawings of John Barnard : Esq. Late of Berkley-Square, Deceased; consisting of The choicest Works of all the ancient Masters, collected at a great Expence from the Cabinets of Lords Somers, Arundel, and Cholmondely, Sir Peter Lely, Dr. Mead, Holditch, and Uvedale Price, Esqrs. Mr. Muilman, and Vander Dussens, of Amsterdam, Mons. Mariette, of Paris, and many others: Among which are many exceeding fine and capital, by Raphael, A. del Sarto, Titian, M. Angelo, Parmegiano, Corregio, P. Veronese, Bassano, Claude Loraine Poussin, Rubens, Vandyke, Rembrandt, Berghem, Adrian, Will. V. de Vedel, Potter, Du Jardin, Ruysdale, &c. Which will be sold by auction, By Mr. Greenwood, At his room, in Leicester-Square, On Friday, Feb. 16, 1787, and the Seven following Evenings. It is presumed, that a more capital Collection of the valuable Works of the Italian, Dutch, Flemish, French, and English Schools, were never offered to the Public, or more worthy the Attention of the learned Connoisseurs RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland Library of Congress/NACO
A catalogue of the valuable collection of pictures, prints : A small Library of good books, &c. Late the Property of Samuel Harding, Esq. Deceased, (brought from his House at Edgeware,) Comprising undoubted works by Tintoret, Veronese, Rubens, Rembrandt, Wynants, Ruysdael, De Neef, Breughel, Du Jardin, J. Meil, Vanderwerf, Q. Metzius, Bakhuisen, De Vlieger, Vanderneer, Watteau, Panini, Zuccarellie, Vandermeulen, Gainsborough, Morland, Ibbetson, Schweickhardt, Rathbone, &c. Particularly, A capital Picture of St. Michael, by Guido, and A ditto of the Crucifiction, by Gasper Crayer, &c. Which will be sold by auction, (by order of the executors,) By Mr. Greenwood, At his Room in Leicester-Square, On Wednesday the 2d of June, 1790, And following Day, at Twelve O'Clock. - To be viewed on Monday and Tuesday preceding the Sale. Conditions of sales as usual RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
A continuation : of a most curious, scarce, valuable, and fine collection of all those persons who, from one Circumstance in their Lives, are entitled to a Place in the English School; in which will be found, Princes who have visited this Country, Ambassadors from all Parts of the World, Knights of the Garter, Eminent Learned Men who have visited our Universities. Fellows of the Royal Society, Variety of Artists, such as Painters; musicians, mechanics, &c. Also All curious Persons that have been publickly shewn here, as dwarfs, giants, &c. &c RERO - Library Network of Western Switzerland
Elizabeth Fulford Welshman Wikidata
The Greenwood-Lee Family Wikidata
John Adams Wikidata
John Langdon Wikidata
John Richard Comyns of Hylands, Essex, with His Daughter Wikidata
A landscape and figures Wikidata
Mrs. Henry Bromfield (Margaret Fayerweather) Wikidata
Portrait d'un officier en mer avec une lunette en main Wikidata
Portrait of an officer at sea with a map and binoculars in hand Wikidata
Portrait of Mrs. John Greenleaf (Priscilla Brown, born 1725) Wikidata
Portret van een officier ter zee met een kustkaart en een verrekijker in de hand Wikidata
[Recueil. Oeuvre de John Greenwood] National Library of France
Sea Captains Carousing in Surinam Wikidata
[Szczęśliwa rodzina] / Greenwood fect. - [1760]. National Library of Poland

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