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Marshall, Benjamin, 1767-1835 National Library of France German National Library Library of Congress/NACO

Benjamin Marshall Wikidata

Marshall, Benjamin (English painter, 1767-1835) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Benjamin Marshall British artist ISNI

VIAF ID: 37191680 (Personal)


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A Black Horse Wikidata
Broodmare with Foal, and a Terrier Wikidata
Captain Ricketts on his hunter "Mask" Library of Congress/NACO
'Curricle' with a Huntsman Wikidata
Diamond, with Dennis Fitzpatrick Up Wikidata
Dictionnaire, 1999: Library of Congress/NACO
The Duke of Richmond's 'Rough Robin' with the Jockey Frank Buckle up Wikidata
The Earl of Coventry's Horse Wikidata
Emilius Wikidata
A Farmer with a Horse and Cart Wikidata
Favorite Chestnut Hunter of Lady Frances Stephens [née Lady Frances Pierrepont] Wikidata
Foxhunting Scene Wikidata
Francis Dukinfield Astley (1781 - 1825) and his Harriers Wikidata
George, Marquess of Huntly (later fifth Duke of Gordon), on Tiny Wikidata
George Stubbs and Ben Marshall, 1929: Library of Congress/NACO
A Grey Arab Wikidata
Interior of a Barn with a Milkmaid and Farm Labourer Wikidata
J.G. Shaddick, the Celebrated Sportsman Wikidata
J.J. Shaddick Esq. after Ben Marshall Library of Congress/NACO
James Belcher, Bare-Knuckle Champion of England Wikidata
The Jockey Frank Buckle, the Owner-Breeder John Wastell, his Trainer Robert Robson, and a Stable-lad Wikidata
John Hilton, Judge of the Course at Newmarket; John Fuller, Clerk of the Course; and John Stevens, a Trainer Wikidata
Joshua Rose of Liverpool Wikidata
Lady Grosvenor on ‘Blue Stockings’ Wikidata
Lop Wikidata
Lord Jersey's Middleton Wikidata
Mistake Wikidata
Mounted Groom Awaiting Companion Wikidata
Muly Moloch Wikidata
Portrait of a Sportsman, Possibly Richard Prince Wikidata
Portrait of the Weston Family Wikidata
Portraits of Cattle of the Improved Short-Horned Breed, the Property of J. Wilkinson Esq. of Lenton, near Nottingham Wikidata
[Recueil. Oeuvre de Benjamin Marshall, Peintre anglais. 1767-1835] National Library of France
The Rev. Edward Cage Wikidata
A Roan Hack Wikidata
Sir Charles Bunbury with Cox, his Trainer, and a Stable-Lad: A Study for ‘Surprise and Eleanor’ Wikidata
Studies of Riders in the Hunting Field Wikidata
Tiger Wikidata

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