James Tibbetts Willmore, A.R.A.

Preferred Media: Reproductive engraving and line engraving
Born: 15 September 1800 in Handsworth, Warwickshire, England, United Kingdom
Died: 12 March 1863
Nationality: British
Category of Membership: Associate Engraver
Elected Associate Engraver: 10 Feb 1843
 
Works of Art: 10
Books: 5
Archives: 0
Works associated with

The Lane   
The Lane
T.C. Hofland
  

Angels appearing to the Shepherds   
Angels appearing to the Shepherds
John Martin
  

Winander-Mere, Westmoreland   
Winander-Mere, Westmoreland
J.M.W. Turner
  

Llandberis Lake, Wales   
Llandberis Lake, Wales
J.M.W. Turner
  

Penmaen Mawr, Caernarvonshire   
Penmaen Mawr, Caernarvonshire
J.M.W. Turner
  

Llangollen, North Wales   
Llangollen, North Wales
J.M.W. Turner
  
 

Llanthony, Monmouthshire   
Llanthony, Monmouthshire
J.M.W. Turner
  

Ullswater, Cumberland   
Ullswater, Cumberland
J.M.W. Turner
  

Tamworth Castle, Staffordshire   
Tamworth Castle, Staffordshire
J.M.W. Turner
  

Richmond Terrace, Surrey   
Richmond Terrace, Surrey
J.M.W. Turner
  

Hall, Samuel Carter, editor   The book of gems. : The modern poets and artists of Great Britain. / Edited by S.C. Hall - London 1838   
06/2555   
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)]   
06/4977   
Wornum, Ralph Nicholson   The Turner Gallery: A Series Of Sixty Engravings From The Principal Works Of Joseph Mallord William Turner. With a Memoir and Illustrative Text By Ralph Nicholson Wornum, Keeper And Secretary, National Gallery. - London: [1861]   
05/1285   
The Royal Gallery Of British Art.   - London: [ca. 1851?]   
05/818   
The Royal Gallery Of British Art.   - London: [ca. 1851?]   
05/806