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Henry Raeburn Scottish portrait painter Wikidata

Raeburn, Henry, 1756-1823 National Library of Portugal National Library of Poland Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library National Library of France National Library of the Netherlands NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library

Raeburn, Henry, Sir, 1756-1823 National Library of Ireland National Library of the Czech Republic Vatican Library Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Australia National Library of Israel

Raeburn, Henry 1756-1823 Sir ISNI

Raeburn, Henry (Scottish painter, 1756-1823) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

VIAF ID: 24874387 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0000  6634  371X 

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Les chefs-d'œuvre de Raeburn soixante reproductions photographiques des peintures originales par T. & R. annan & Sons donnant des exemples caractéristiques de l'œuvre de l'artiste. National Library of Portugal Sudoc [ABES], France
Hugh Blair, D. D. National Library of Portugal
"Lady Belhaven" after Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A. Library of Congress/NACO
A Lady in a Lace Cap (possibly Ann Edgar, Lady Raeburn) Wikidata
Lieutenant-Colonel George Lyon (active 1788 - about 1826) Wikidata
Louis Cauvin, 1754 - 1825 Wikidata
Lt. General Sir John Hope, 1765 - 1836. Wikidata
Major William Clunes of Crakaig, died 1829 Wikidata
Mandsportræt Wikidata
Margaret Scott of Logie, Mrs John Hope, died c 1813 Wikidata
Margaritta MacDonald, Mrs Robert Scott Moncrieff (died 1824) Wikidata
The masterpieces of Raeburn. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of Poland Vatican Library National Library of the Netherlands
Die Meisterbilder. - German National Library
Memorials of his time, by Henry Cockburn. Library of Congress/NACO
Miss Lamont of Greenock Wikidata
Mrs. George Hill Wikidata
Mrs. James Cruikshank Wikidata
Mrs. Richard Alexander Oswald (Louisa Johnston, ?born about 1760, died 1797) Wikidata
Niel Gow, 1727 - 1807. Violinist and composer Wikidata
The Paterson Children Wikidata
Periodical criticism National Library of Ireland
Pfarrer Robert Walker beim Eislaufen auf dem Duddin Wikidata German National Library
Pictures by Sir Henry Raeburn, R.A. : the one hundredth exhibition at the French Gallery, 120, Pall Mall, London. Library of Congress/NACO
Portrait of a Man Seated in an Armchair (said to be William Fairlie) Wikidata
Portrait of a Woman [possibly Mrs. William Stewart of Summer Bank] Wikidata
Portrait of an unidentified man crowning a bust with a laurel wreath Wikidata
Portrait of George Deuchar Wikidata
Portrait of John Baillie (1772-1833) Wikidata
Portrait of Master Thomas Bissland Wikidata
Portrait of Mrs Eleanor Bethune (1766-1848) Wikidata
Portrait of Mrs. John McCall of Ibroxhill Wikidata
Portrait of Sir Patrick Inglis, Baronet of Sunnyside Wikidata
Portrait of Walter Kennedy Lawrie of Woodhall, Laurieston Wikidata
Portrait of William MacDonald of Saint Martin's Wikidata
Portret mężczyzny Wikidata
Portret van Alexander Edgar Wikidata
Professor Andrew Dalzel, 1742 - 1806. Classical scholar Wikidata
Professor Dugald Stewart, 1753 - 1828. Philosopher Wikidata
Professor John Bruce, 1745 - 1826. Historian Wikidata
Professor John Wilson (nom de plume, 'Christopher North'), 1785 - 1854. Author and moral philosopher Wikidata
Quentin McAdam Wikidata
Raeburn, 1997: National Library of Ireland National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
Raeburn and Akbar being some paintings by Raeburn with verses on them National Library of the Netherlands
Raeburn bi-centenary exhibition, National Gallery of Scotland, 16 July to 16 September 1956. Library of Congress/NACO
Rear-Admiral Charles Inglis, about 1731 - 1791. Sailor Wikidata
Rev. Alexander Carlyle, 1722 - 1805. Divine and pamphleteer Wikidata
Rev. Dr John Erskine, 1721 - 1803. Theologian Wikidata
Rev. John Home, 1722 - 1808. Historian and author of Douglas Wikidata
Rev. Robert D.D. Walker skating on Duddingston Loch Library of Congress/NACO
The Right Honorable Charles Hope Wikidata
Robert Brown of Newhall Wikidata
Robert Buchan. Artist Wikidata
Robert Cunninghame Graham of Gartmore, d. 1797. Poet and politician Wikidata
Robert Hay Wikidata
Robert Macqueen, Lord Braxfield, 1722 - 1799. Lord Justice-Clerk Wikidata
Robert Montgomery, 1774 - 1854. Barrister Wikidata
Sarah McCall, Mrs Alexander Bonar Wikidata
Self-portrait Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
Sermons, by Hugh Blair,... To which is prefixed, a short account of the life and character of the author, by James Finlayson,... In three volumes. Vol. I [-III]. Sudoc [ABES], France
Sir Charles Hay, Lord Newton (1740 - 1811) (Also known as PGL 302) Wikidata
Sir Duncan Campbell of Barcaldine Wikidata
[Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey, half-length portrait, facing slightly left] Library of Congress/NACO
Sir James Montgomery (1721-1803) Wikidata
Sir John Sinclair, 1st Bart of Ulbster (1754 - 1835) Wikidata
Sir Patrick Inglis, 5th Bart of Cramond (died 1817) Wikidata
Sir Walter Scott, 1771 - 1832. Novelist and poet Wikidata
Sir William Napier Wikidata
The Skating Minister Wikidata
Thomas Francis Kennedy of Dunure (1788 - 1879) Wikidata
Thomas Tod, d. 1796 Wikidata
Unidentified [or unknown] man Wikidata
Walter Ross, active about 1822 ['The Yellow Boy'] Wikidata
William Beveridge Wikidata
William Creech, 1745 - 1815. Publisher and Lord Provost of Edinburgh Wikidata
William Forbes of Callendar, 1743 – 1815. Coppersmith and landowner Wikidata
William Forsyth (1749–1814) Wikidata
William Fraser of Reelig (1784–1835) Wikidata
William Inglis, c 1712 - 1792. Surgeon and Captain of the Honourable Company of Edinburgh Golfers Wikidata
William Robertson (1753–1835), Lord Robertson Wikidata
William Scott-Elliot of Arkleton (1811–1901) Wikidata
Zepherina Loughnan, Mrs Henry Veitch of Eliock Wikidata
Портрет миссис Элинор Бетюн (1766-1848) Wikidata
Святар, які катаецца на каньках Wikidata
滑冰的牧師 Wikidata

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