Jacob Bonneau

Born: before 1741
Died: 1786
Painter, chiefly in watercolor; illustrator; teacher, in London (from ca. 1741). Exhibited with the Society of British Artists (1765-78) and the Royal Academy (1770-81).
Works of Art: 0
Books: 3
Archives: 4
Virgil   Publii Virgilii Maronis Bucolica, Georgica, Et Aeneis, Illustrata, ornata, et accuratissime impressa. Tom. I. (II.) - Londini [1750]   
An Essay On Design: Including Proposals for Erecting a Public Academy To be Supported by Voluntary Subscriptions (Till a Royal Foundation can be obtain'd) For Educating the British Youth In Drawing, And the several Arts depending thereon . [Epigraph from Horace]   - London [1749]   
Pliny, the Younger   The Letters Of Pliny the Younger With Observations on each Letter; And an Essay on Pliny's Life, Addressed to Charles Lord Boyle. By John Earl of Orrery. Volume I. (II.) - London [1751]   
SA/43/31    Memorandum of nomination for membership    c. 1777    Item   
SA/38/4    J. Bonneau, King Street, St. Ann's, to James Payne    23 Mar 1770    Item   
SA/31/35    Receipt of the stewards on St Luke's Day    22 Dec 1767    Item   
SA/15/226    Petition of Ann Wilding, widow, to the President, Vice President and the rest of the Gentlemen of the Royal incorporated Society of Artists of Great Britain    [1770]    Item