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Royal Academy of Arts Collections
Born: before 1787
Engraver, in London.
Works of Art: 0
Liber Veritatis; Or A Collection Of Prints, After The Original Designs Of Claude Lorrain; In The Collection Of His Grace The Duke Of Devonshire. Executed By Richard Earlom, In The Manner And Taste Of The Drawings. To Which Is Added A Descriptive Catalogue Of Each Print; Together With The Names Of Those For Whom, And The Places For Which, The Original Pictures Were First Painted. (Taken from the Hand-writing of Claude Le Lorrain on the Back of each Drawing) And Of The Present Possessors Of Many Of The Original Pictures. Volume The First. (- Third.)
- London: (1777-)1819.
The British Gallery Of Contemporary Portraits, Being A Series Of Engravings Of The More Eminent Persons Now Living Or Lately Deceased In Great Britain and Ireland: From Drawings Accurately Made From Life, Or From The Most Approved Original Pictures. Accompanied By Short Biographical Notices. Vol. I. (II.)
- London: 1813.(-1822.)
The Works Of William Hogarth, From The Original Plates Restored By James Heath, Esq. R.A.; With The Addition Of Many Subjects Not Before Collected; To Which Are Prefixed, A Biographical Essay On The Genius and Productions of Hogarth, And Explanations Of The Subjects Of The Plates, By John Nichols, Esq. F.S.A.
- London: (1837?)
A Collection Of Prints, From Pictures Painted For The Purpose Of Illustrating The Dramatic Works Of Shakspeare, By The Artists Of Great-Britain. Volume I. (II.)
- London