Sir James Mackintosh
1 portrait of Sir James Mackintosh
Sir James Mackintosh
by Charles Wilkin, published by T. Cadell & W. Davies, after Sir Thomas Lawrence
stipple engraving, published 16 August 1814 (exhibited 1804)
15 3/8 in. x 12 1/4 in. (392 mm x 310 mm) paper size
Bequeathed by (Frederick) Leverton Harris, 1927
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Artistsback to top
- T. Cadell & W. Davies (active 1795-1817), Publishers. Artist associated with 234 portraits.
- Sir Thomas Lawrence (1769-1830), Portrait painter, collector and President of the Royal Academy. Artist associated with 684 portraits, Sitter in 25 portraits.
- Charles Wilkin (1750-1814), Printmaker. Artist associated with 11 portraits.
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Current affairsPrincess Caroline leaves England for a lengthy series of travels in Europe and the Middle East. Scandalous gossip promptly surrounds her relationship with her Italian valet, Count Bartholomew Bergami.George, Prince Regent, hosts a visit of the victorious allies to England with spectacular celebrations and fireworks at Carlton House.
Art and scienceJohn Soane completes the construction of Dulwich Picture Gallery.First steam printing machine in the world is used to publish The Times.New Royal Mint opens at Tower Hill with improved precision machinery.Grand Western Canal completed from Loudwell to Tiverton.
InternationalParis falls under allied attack; Napoleon sent into exile on Elba.Force of British veterans lands at Chesapeake Bay, defeats Americans at Bladensburg and burns parts of Washington DC.Peace treaty signed with Americans in Ghent. General Pakenham is killed leading attack on New Orleans before news of the peace reaches America.
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