Museum Folkwang
  • Hill, David Octavius & Adamson, Robert (1802 - 1870 & 1821 - 1848)

  • Nationalität GB
  • Art_Id: 101'101
  • Art_Name_S (Name): Hill, David Octavius & Adamson, Robert (1802 - 1870 & 1821 - 1848)
  • Art_NameDetail_S (Vorname):
  • Art_SpareSField01_S (Vorname Name): Hill, David Octavius & Adamson, Robert (1802 - 1870 & 1821 - 1848)
  • Art_SpareSField02_S (Name, Vorname): Hill, David Octavius & Adamson, Robert (1802 - 1870 & 1821 - 1848)
  • Art_SortName_S: Hill & Adamson
  • Art_MDA_S: H1
  • Art_Dating_S: 1802 - 1870 / 1821 - 1848
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  • Art_Nation_S: GB
  • Art_DatingComment_S (Jahrhundert):
Werke
David Octavius Hill
John Dick Peddie, Member of Parliement
Mr. Houison Crauford of Craufordland, church man
James Nasmyth, engineer
John Blackie, publisher
Andrew MacLure, Lithographer, Glasgow
Robert Cunningham Graham Speirs, Advocate
W. Robertson, Subeditor of "the witness" newspaper
James Alison
Dr. Edwin Lankester, Prof. of Natural History at new College, London
Henry Home Drummond, Member of Parliement
Prof. Alex Monroe, Professor of Anatomy at Edinburgh University
George Gordon, Writing master at Madras College, St. Andrews
William Borthwick, Jonestone, Landscape and History painter, first curator of the National-Gallery Scotland
Dr. George Buist, Editor of the Bombay Times
Mr. Wilkie of Trinity
Henry Reeve, Editor
Prof. John Wilson, gen. Christopher North (Dichter und Professor für Moralphilosophie, Edinburgh, November 1843)
John Stuart-Wortley, Baron Wharncliffe