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Wilkie, David, 1785-1841 National Library of Spain NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library German National Library Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Poland National Library of France

David Wilkie Scottish painter ISNI Wikidata

Wilkie, David, Sir, 1785-1841 National Library of Australia National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland

Wilkie, David (Scottish painter, 1785-1841) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Wilkie, David (David), 1785-1841 National Library of the Netherlands

ווילקי, דיויד, 1785-1841 National Library of Israel

Wilkie, David 1785-1841 seras National Library of Lithuania

Wilkie, David, Sir, 1785-1841, ill National Library of Ireland

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The Abbotsford family Wikidata
Abd-ul-Mejid (1823-1861), Sultan of Turkey Wikidata
After Rembrandt Wikidata
The Artist's Niece (Sophia Wilkie, later Mrs James Winfield) Wikidata
The Artist's Parents (The Revd David Wilkie, 1738 - 1812 and his Wife Isabella Lister, 1763 - 1824) Wikidata
The Artist's Sister (Helen Wilkie, later Mrs William Hunter, 1793 - 1870) Wikidata
Autoretrat (David Wilkie) Wikidata
The Bag-Piper Wikidata
The Blind Fiddler National Library of Poland Wikidata
The Blind Tenant Wikidata
The Bride at her Toilet on the Day of her Wedding Wikidata
Bryan's dict. of painters and engravers, 1964: National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Ireland
The burial of the Scottish Regalia Wikidata
Ceres in search of Proserpine Wikidata
Chelsea Pensioners Receiving the Gazette Announcing the Battle of Waterloo Wikidata
[Die Clubbisten] National Library of Poland
The Confessional Wikidata
David Wilkie : painter of everyday life Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of the Netherlands
The Defence of Saragossa Wikidata
Differentes Sujèts. National Library of Poland
Distraining for Rent Wikidata
Ecole Française. National Library of Poland
The Entrance of George IV at the Palace of Holyroodhouse Wikidata
Etchings Sudoc [ABES], France Library of Congress/NACO
The First Council of Queen Victoria Wikidata
The First Ear-Ring Wikidata
Frederick, Duke of York and Albany Wikidata
General Sir David Baird, 1757 - 1829. Soldier (Study for Sir David Baird discovering the body of Tippoo Sahib) Wikidata
George IV (1762-1830) Wikidata
The Guerilla's Return Wikidata
Head and Shoulders of a Woman and Another Head Wikidata
The Highland Family Wikidata
Highroads of History. Sudoc [ABES], France
The Holy Family with Saint Elizabeth and Saint John the Baptist Wikidata
[Ilustracja do poematu "Childe Harold's Pilgrimage" George'a Byrona] National Library of Poland
The Irish Whiskey Still Wikidata
John Knox Dispensing the Sacrament at Calder House (unfinished) Wikidata
Josephine and the Fortune-teller Wikidata
Julia Emily Gordon in a Fez Wikidata
The lassie Library of Congress/NACO
The Letter of Introduction Wikidata
life of Sir David Wilkie, with his journals, tours and critical remarks on works of art, and a selection from his correspondence National Library of France
Memoirs and recollections of the late Abraham Raimbach, esq., engraver : including a memoir of Sir David Wilkie NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library Wikidata National Library of Poland
Newsmongers Wikidata
Old Oscar the faithful dog National Library of the Netherlands
The Only Child; The Jew's Harp; The Cut Finger; Blind Man's Buff; The Rent Day; The Scotch Piper; The Prieu-Dieu; and Self Portrait: A Sketch of the Eight Paintings Framed and Hanging on a Wall Wikidata
The Parish Beadle Wikidata
The Pedlar Wikidata
The Peep-o’-Day Boys’ Cabin, in the West of Ireland Wikidata
The Penny Wedding Wikidata
Le petit Commissionaire National Library of Spain
A Picnic Wikidata
I Pifferari Wikidata
Pitlessie Fair Wikidata
Portrait de jeune homme Wikidata
Portrait of the Artist's Brother, Captain James Wilkie (1784 - 1824) Wikidata
The Preaching of Knox before the Lords of the Congregation, 10th June 1559 Wikidata
Queen Adelaide, 1792 - 1849. Princess Adelaide Louisa Theresa Caroline Amelia of Saxe-Meiningen. Queen of William IV Wikidata
The reading of a will Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO
[Recueil. Oeuvre de Sir David Wilkie] National Library of France
The rent day Library of Congress/NACO
The Rev Edward Irving When a Young Man Wikidata
A Roman Princess Washing the Feet of Pilgrims Wikidata
A Scene from Ramsay's 'The Gentle Shepherd' Wikidata
[Settling accounts] Library of Congress/NACO
Sheepwashing Wikidata
Sir David Wilkie, 1785 - 1841. Artist (Self-portrait) Wikidata
Sir David Wilkie : drawings into paintings. NUKAT Center of Warsaw University Library National Library of the Netherlands Wikidata Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Spain
Sir William Knighton (1776-1836) Wikidata
Sketches in Turkey, Siria and Egypt : 1840 and 1841 Sudoc [ABES], France National Library of Spain
Sourozenci Wikidata
The Spanish Posada: A Guerilla Council of War Wikidata
Study for ‘Blind Man’s Buff’ Wikidata
Study of a Head for ‘The Rabbit on the Wall’ Wikidata
Testamentseröffnung National Library of Poland German National Library
Thomas Daniell, R.A. Wikidata
The Village Holiday Wikidata
The Wilkie gallery: a selection of the best pictures of the late Sir David Wilkie, R.A., including his Spanish and Oriental sketches, with notices biographical and critical. National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
William Chalmers Bethune (1744 - 1807), his Wife Isobel Morison (1760 - 1850) and their Daughter Isabella Maxwell Morison (1795 - 1818) Wikidata
William IV, 1765 - 1837. Reigned 1830 - 1837 Wikidata
A Woody Landscape Wikidata
Work in progress National Library of the Netherlands

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