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Nasmyth, Alexander, 1758-1840 National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO German National Library ISNI Vatican Library National Library of the Netherlands

Nasmyth, Alexander (Scottish portraitist and landscapist, 1758-1840) Union List of Artist Names [Getty Research Institute]

Alexander Nasmyth British artist based in Edinburgh Wikidata

VIAF ID: 64809910 (Personal)


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Alexander Nasmyth, H.R.S.A., 1758-1840, 1991: National Library of Israel Library of Congress/NACO
Allan Ramsay, 1713 - 1784. Artist (Self-portrait) Wikidata
The Children of William Ramsay of Barnton Wikidata
A Distant View of Stirling Wikidata
Edinburgh Castle and the Nor' Loch Wikidata
Eleanor and Margaret Ro Wikidata
Elleray (The Old Cottage at Elery in Westmoreland, the seat of John Wilson Esqr) Wikidata
The Falls of Clyde Wikidata
The Grampians Wikidata
Hawthornden Castle, near Edinburgh Wikidata
Illustrations of the works of Robert Burns from original drawings Library of Congress/NACO
John Sakaeus, 1792 - 1819. Greenland Inuit whaler and draughtsman Wikidata
Lady Honyman and her family Wikidata
Loch Awe, Argyllshire Wikidata
Loch Doon, Ayrshire Wikidata
On the human mouth National Library of the Netherlands
The Pass of Achray Wikidata
Patrick Miller of Dalswinton, 1731 - 1815. Pioneer of steam navigation Wikidata
Princes Street with the Commencement of the Building of the Royal Institution Wikidata
Researches on the development, structure, and diseases of the teeth National Library of the Netherlands
Robert Burns, 1759 - 1796. Poet Wikidata
St. Peters from Monte Mario done on the spot in 1783 Vatican Library
Stage Design for Heart of Midlothian; The Tolbooth Wikidata
A View of Tantallon Castle with the Bass Rock Wikidata
View of the City of Edinburgh Wikidata
A View of Tivoli Wikidata
William Hamilton, 7th Baron Belhaven and Stenton (1765-1814) Wikidata
The Windings of the Forth (or The Forth near Alloa, Stirling in the distance) Wikidata
Woody Landscape with Figures and Sheep Wikidata

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