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

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

Henry Raeburn Scottish portrait painter Wikidata

Raeburn, Henry 1756-1823 Sir ISNI

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

Raeburn, Henry German National Library

VIAF ID: 24874387 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0000  6634  371X 

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Adam Rolland of Gask II Wikidata
Admiral Robert Deans Wikidata
Alexander Maconochie (1777–1861) of Meadowbank Wikidata
Andrew Spottiswoode Wikidata
The Binning Children Wikidata
Le capitaine Hay of Spot Wikidata
Captain Patrick Miller Wikidata
<Les >chefs-d'oeuvres de Raeburn National Library of Portugal
Colonel Alastair Ranaldson Macdonell of Glengarry Wikidata
Colonel Francis James Scott Wikidata
David Anderson Wikidata
The Drummond Children Wikidata
E. Finley, Esquire Wikidata
Eleanor Margaret Gibson-Carmichael Wikidata
George Harley Drummond (1783–1855) Wikidata
Hugh Blair, D. D. National Library of Portugal
James Hutton Wikidata
James Johnston of Straiton (died 1841) Wikidata
James Wardrop of Torbane Hill Wikidata
Janet Law Wikidata
John Gray (1731–1811) of Newholm Wikidata
John Guthrie of Carbeth Wikidata
John Johnstone, Betty Johnstone, and Miss Wedderburn Wikidata
John Tait and His Grandson Wikidata
John Tait of Harviestoun Wikidata
Lady Anne Torphicen Wikidata
Lady Maitland (Catherine Connor, died 1865) Wikidata
Mandsportræt Wikidata
The masterpieces of Raeburn : sixty reproductions of photographs from the original paintings by T. and R. Annan and sons, affording examples of the different characteristics of the artist's work. Vatican Library NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands National Library of Poland
Die Meisterbilder. - German National Library
Memorials of his time, by Henry Cockburn. Library of Congress/NACO
Miss Davidson Reid Wikidata
Miss Eleanor Urquhart Wikidata
Mrs. Alexander Henderson Wikidata
Mrs. George Hill Wikidata
Mrs. James Cruikshank Wikidata
Mrs. Richard Alexander Oswald (Louisa Johnston, ?born about 1760, died 1797) Wikidata
The Paterson Children Wikidata
Periodical criticism National Library of Ireland
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 Jane Anne Catharine Fraser Wikidata
Portrait of Master John Campbell of Glensaddell 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
Portraits Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
Raeburn, 1997: National Library of Israel National Library of the Netherlands Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
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
Retrat de Sir Walter Scott Wikidata
Reverend Robert Walker beim Schlittschuhlaufen Wikidata
The Right Honorable Charles Hope Wikidata
Robert Brown of Newhall Wikidata
Robert Hay Wikidata
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 Duncan Campbell of Barcaldine Wikidata
[Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey, half-length portrait, facing slightly left] Library of Congress/NACO
Sir William Napier Wikidata
The Skating Minister Wikidata
William Forsyth (1749–1814) Wikidata
William Fraser of Reelig (1784–1835) Wikidata
William Robertson (1753–1835), Lord Robertson Wikidata
William Scott-Elliot of Arkleton (1811–1901) Wikidata
Святар, які катаецца на каньках Wikidata
滑冰的牧師 Wikidata

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