Robert Brandard

Born: 1805
Died: 1862
Biography
Engraver and painter. Studied in Birmingham, and (1824) in London; from ca. 1825 worked in London. Son of engraver Thomas Brandard (d. 1830); brother of lithographer John Brandard (1812-63) and print-maker and painter Edward Paxman Brandard (1819-98).
 
Works of Art: 1
Books: 4
Archives: 0
Works associated with

Nestor and Tydides   
Nestor and Tydides
ca. 1830-35?
Richard Westall
  

Stanfield, Clarkson, R.A.   Stanfield's Coast Scenery. A Series Of Views In The British Channel, From Original Drawings Taken Expressly For The Work. By Clarkson Stanfield, Esq. R.A. - - London: 1836.   
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Scenery Of The Rivers Of Norfolk, Comprising The Yare, The Waveney, And The Bure. From Pictures Painted By James Stark, With Historical And Geological Descriptions By J.W. Robberds, Jun. Esq.   - Norwich:, London: [1834]   
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Brockedon, William   Illustrations Of The Passes Of The Alps, By Which Italy Communicates With France, Switzerland, And Germany. By William Brockedon, Member Of The Academy Of Fine Arts At Florence. Volume The First, Containing The Little Saint Bernard, The Mont Genèvre, The Mont Cenis, The Mont Gothard, The Great Saint Bernard, And The Monte Stelvio. (Volume The Second, Containing The Cornice, The Grimsel And The Gries, The Bernardin And The Splugen, The Brenner, The Tende And The Argentière, And The Simplon.) - London: [1828 (- 1829)]   
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Cockerell, C.R., R.A.   The Temples Of Jupiter Panhellenius At Ægina, And Of Apollo Epicurius At Bassæ Near Phigaleia In Arcadia. By C.R. Cockerell, Professor Of Architecture In The Royal Academy, Member Of The Institute Of British Architects, London; Honorary Doctor Of Civil Law, Oxford; Member Of The Dilettanti Society; Associated Member Of The Institute Of France, And Chevalier Of The Legion Of Honour; Member Of The Academy Of St. Luke In Rome; Foreign Member Of The Academies Of Munich, Copenhagen, Geneva, Etc., Etc., Etc. To Which Is Added A Memoir Of The Systems Of Proportion Employed In The Original Design Of These Structures. By William Watkiss Lloyd. - London: 1860.   
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