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Harry Hall British artist Wikidata ISNI

Hall, Harry, 1813-1882 National Library of Poland Library of Congress/NACO

Hall, Henry, 1815-1882 Sudoc [ABES], France German National Library

Hall, Harry (English painter and illustrator, 1813-1882) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Hall, Harry 1814-1882 National Library of France

VIAF ID: 51963616 (Personal)


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'Crucifix' with John Day Up Wikidata
Dictionary of sporting artists, 1650-1990, 1992: Library of Congress/NACO
[Dżokej na koniu] National Library of Poland
Emblem Wikidata
'Emperor' in his Stall Wikidata
The Flying Dutchman : Winner of the Derby Stakes [...] in 1849 National Library of Poland
'Hermit' with Jockey up Wikidata
John Barham Day with his Sons John and William on Newmarket Heath Wikidata
Memoir of the late Thomas Baines Sudoc [ABES], France
[Mężczyzna oraz dżokej trzymający konia za uzdę] / [Charles Hunt ; Harry Hall]. - [nie przed 1850]. National Library of Poland
Paddy, with JW Prince, Stud Groom Wikidata
[Recueil. Oeuvre de Harry Hall] National Library of France
Sir Tatton Sykes Leading in the Horse 'Sir Tatton Sykes' with William Scott Up Wikidata
Springfield with his trainer, James Ryan Wikidata
Tim Whiffler Wikidata
Voltigeur : Winner of the Derby and St Ledger, 1850 National Library of Poland Wikidata
West Australian winner in the Triple Crown, 1853, with Frank Butler up Wikidata

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