1781Signor Puppy, First Catgut Scraper. A study for the satirical print of the same name.12.0x8.6Brush drawing in grey wash, indented for transfer.British MuseumLink
1792Drawing of Street Scene. A study for an unpublished satiric print. 25.5x40.0 Brown ink and wash on wove paper.House of LordsLink
1793A man in a blue coat, seen almost from behind.8.0x7.4Brush drawing in blue and grey wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793A party of people in a boat on wheels.7.5x11.7Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793A saddle of an officer's horse.11.3x17.7Pen and grey ink, and grey and brown wash, touched with yellow, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793A Stirrup.6.9x5.6Pen and grey ink, and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1793Duke of York's mule.7.6x11.0Pen and grey ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793Austrian Driver; on horseback, seen from behind, leading another horse by his side.7.4x9.9Pen and grey ink, with grey washBritish MuseumLink
1793Hanovarian and Hessian Baggage Horse.6.7x9.9Pen and grey ink.British MuseumLink
1793Hessian Baggage Horse.8.7x7.1Pen and grey ink.British MuseumLink
1793Imperial Ammunition Waggon, Tournay.12.0x18.5Pen and black ink, with grey-brown wash, touched with blue.British MuseumLink
1793Shell Cart. Imperial. Quesnoy.12.1x18.5Pen and black ink, with grey-brown wash.British MuseumLink
1793Five designs of gun carriage.27.4x14.5Graphite.British MuseumLink
1793A cavalry wagon, and horse with shoulder protection.10.0x7.3Pen and grey ink.British MuseumLink
1793A field gun (wrong image in BM).12.4x19.2Pen and black ink, over graphite, on light blue-grey paper.British MuseumLink
1793A field gun drawn by horses, drawn from behind.12.1x18.7Pen and black ink, over graphite, on light blue-grey paper.British MuseumLink
1793Studies of guns and their fittings.18.5x31.0Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794A bathing shed and horse-drawn machine.7.1x11.2Pen and brown ink, with grey wash and watercolour, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793An Austrian soldier; front and back view.11.8x7.5Pen and grey ink, with grey and brown wash, touched with watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793An Austrian Grenadier; standing slightly to left, holding a bayonet in his folded arms.12.3x7.2Pen and grey ink, with grey and brown washBritish MuseumLink
1793An Austrian Officer; seen from behind, his sword slung behind him.11.5x7.6Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793A soldier in a light green coat and cocked hat; turned to left.9.5x6.8Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolour, on light grey paperBritish MuseumLink
1794A musket slung on the back of a soldier; head and shoulders, wearing a hat, seen from behind.39.6x14.8Pen and brown ink, and watercolour, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1793?Soldier carrying his musket on his back. A study for a satirical print.7.9x5.9 Pen and grey ink and graphite.British MuseumLink
1793The heads of two military men in cocked hats. A study for a satirical print. 7.8x5.7Pen and black ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793Three men of the Royal Artillery; one at left seen from behind.11.3x7.7Pen and grey ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793A musket.10.9x47.8Pen and grey ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793?Whole-length figure of an Oriental soldier; armed with various daggers, pistols and a curved sword, wearing a tall hat with a flower and a clay pipe in the top.19.1x12.1Pen and black ink, and grey and brown wash, touched with watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793Military uniforms.13.0x16.8Pen and grey ink, with watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793Facings of uniforms of the 58th, 54th and 28th Regiments.24.5x10.5Watercolour, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1793Studies of uniform, including a Grenadier's cap and a Fusilier's pouch.19.1x11.3Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793A pocket flap and detail of button.18.3x13.1Graphite, with some watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793A red uniform tunic.14.3x13.7Watercolour, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1793Verso: Straps worn by the Hussars.19.1x11.3Pen and grey and brown ink, with grey wash and watercolour, with piece overlaidBritish MuseumLink
1793Straps for bayonet and pouch.24.0x29.0Pen and brown ink, with grey wash and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793An ammunition pouch.9.6x9.6Pen and brown ink, with grey wash and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793Four sword hilts.11.7x7.6Pen and brown ink, with watercolour, touched with bodycolour and heightened with white (oxidised)British MuseumLink
1793Uniform of a Highlander; his right hand supporting the butt of his rifle, his left hand on his sword.12.2x7.5Pen and grey ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793Uniform of a Hungarian Guardsman; standing to front with his left hand on his sword hilt. Inscribed: "La Garde noble Hongroise en gala ? pied."19.3x12.8Pen and brown ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793Uniform of the Royal Artillery; soldier standing to right, with left arm raised and right hand on hip, sketch of a head to right.11.5x7.6Pen and grey ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793Uniform of Prince Ernest; seen from behind.9.7x6.9Pen and grey ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793Uniform of Duke of York.14.2x8.9Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793Uniform of General Hulse; with drawing of the tails to right.12.5x11.0Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793The hat of the Duke of York, the sword of Colonel Congrieve and an officer's top boot.18.3x13.2Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793Head of General Hulse; almost in profile to left, wearing a plumed hat. Two views. 10.4x7.6Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1793Portrait of Lieutenant General Sir William Congreve; half-length to left, wearing blue uniform, with red facings and plumed hat.20.4x12.7Pen and black ink and watercolour, with graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1793A circular fort on the coast (Calshot Castle, Hants?); surrounded by water.7.6x11.8Pen and brown ink, with grey-brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793Valenciennes No1. View of Valenciennes; with church towers and spires above the rooftops.11.9x20.3Pen and black and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1793Valenciennes No2. View of Valenciennes; with separate sketch of part of a church above.11.8x20.5Pen and black and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1793View of Nieuport, Belgium, showing churches and windmills.7.4x11.8Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793View of Nieuport, Belgium, with ships in the sea at right.7.5x12.0Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793Landscape with a castle on a hill in the distance.7.7x11.6Graphite.British MuseumLink
1793/4A man in blue, seen from behind, stooping down over one raised leg.7.1x9.2Pen and brown ink, with blue and grey wash, touched with red.British MuseumLink
1793/4A man sitting on a bank to left, with legs crossed.11.7x7.5Pen and grey ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1793/4A man standing in profile to left; wearing a blue coat and a hat.10.5x7.4Pen and grey ink, with blue and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1793/4A man standing to right, holding onto a rope trailing on the ground behind him; his right hand in his pocket.9.8x7.2Pen and brown ink, with grey wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793/4A man standing with arms folded, turned to right; wearing baggy trousers.10.6x7.2Pen and grey ink, with grey and blue wash.British MuseumLink
1793/4A man standing with his hands in his pockets; turned to left, wearing a soft hat.11.8x7.6Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolours.British MuseumLink
1793/4A man wearing a blue coat and tall hat, standing, seen from behind; his hair in a pigtail.11.5x7.6Pen and brown ink and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793/4A man wearing a broad brimmed hat, standing, seen from behind.9.9x7.2Pen and brown ink, with grey, brown and blue wash.British MuseumLink
1793/4A sailing boat in stormy waters; debris in the foreground.Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1793/4A sailing ship at sea in a storm.14.3x16.3Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793/4A young man leaning against a wall; dressed in blue.11.9x7.6Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793/4Ship's rigging.20.4x13.1Pen and brown ink, with watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793/4Three men-of-war with sails set.12.5x22.7Brush drawing in grey-brown wash.British MuseumLink
1793/4Two sailors carrying oars over their shoulders.11.4x7.6Pen and grey ink, with grey and blue wash.British MuseumLink
1793/4Two sailors with pigtails Two views, extensive notes.11.4x7.8Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793/4Two small figures standing with their arms folded, facing each other.7.3x7.9Pen and brown ink, with blue and brown wash.British MuseumLink
1793/4Two youths standing together; one taking the arm of the other who is barefoot.11.9x7.6Pen and black ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793?Exterior view of the Assembly Rooms, Bath.7.7x11.5Graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Small sketch of the bow of a ship, with figurehead.6.4x8.8Pen and grey ink, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794Small sketch of the hull of a ship.6.4x6.8Pen and brown ink, with grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794Stern view of a three-decker man-of-war.13.0x9.9Pen and grey ink, and grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794Studies of four ships: Verso (stuck down): Sketch of a ship.14.7x11.4Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Studies of ships and boats.12.5x15.7Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Studies of three top-masts and a yacht.13.0x19.4Pen and grey ink, with grey and buff wash.British MuseumLink
1794Studies of two ships, one under sail.15.0x14.5Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1794The bow and figurehead of a man-of-war, two studies.12.9x20.2Pen and grey ink, with grey and brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794HMS Queen Charlotte seen fom the bow.13.2x20.0Pen and grey ink, with grey wash, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794The bow of a ship, the Queen Charlotte (?)11.6x7.6Pen and brown ink, with grey wash, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794HMS 'Venerable' (Duncan's flagship at the Battle of Camperdown); with three lanterns and glazed windows at the stern.Pen and grey ink, and watercolour, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794The stern of a ship and a cutter.11.5x7.5Pen and grey ink, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794The stern of the 'Hercules'; with glazed windows, the upper area damaged.7.4x11.8Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794The truck of a mast; the platform separate at left and in situ at right.13.0x20.4Pen and brown ink, with grey and light brown wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Three ships closely engaged.7.6x11.7Pen and brown ink, with grey and red wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Three ships.7.9x17.7Pen and grey ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1793A sailing ship at sea in a storm.13.5x16.8Brush drawing in grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794The French ship "Le Northumberland."7.8x11.9Pen and brown ink, with grey and red washBritish MuseumLink
1794The French ship "Le Sans Pareil."7.6x11.8Pen and brown ink, with grey and red washBritish MuseumLink
1794The French ship "L'Impetueux."7.6x11.9Pen and brown ink, with grey and red washBritish MuseumLink
1794The French ship "Le Juste."7.6x11.8Pen and brown ink, with grey and red washBritish MuseumLink
1794The French ship "L'America."7.6x11.9Pen and brown ink, with grey and cream washBritish MuseumLink
1794A boat on the shore; two men with a donkey cart nearby.6.1x9.0Pen and brown ink, with grey-brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A fishing boat.12.8x19.5Pen and grey ink, and grey wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794A fishing boat.12.8x19.4Pen and black ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794A fishing smack, with nets stretched out to dry.7.6x11.8Pen and brown ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794A Jolly-boat afloat.7.5x11.8Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A Jolly-Boat on the shore.7.7x11.9Pen and brown ink, with brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A Jolly-Boat with a crew rowing it.7.6x11.9Pen and brown ink, with grey-brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A Jolly-Boat with sail set.7.6x12.0Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794An empty Jolly-Boat floating on the sea.7.4x11.5Pen and brown ink, with grey-brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A boat on the shore.9.0x6.2Pen and brown ink, with grey-brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A small yacht.7.7x11.5Graphite.British MuseumLink
1794A small vessel with sails furled.7.9x7.5Graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Feluccas and a castle. Verso: Studies of ships.14.9x22.3Pen and grey ink, over graphite. Pen and grey ink. British MuseumLink
1794Two feluccas.11.2x14.7Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794A battle ship under sail.6.9x5.6Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794A battle ship under sail.6.6x4.7Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794A battle ship under sail.6.6x4.8Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794A fleet of men-of-war, with sails set.10.8x18.5Pen and grey ink.British MuseumLink
1794A man-of-war at a port; smaller ships either side.6.2x9.3Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1794A man-of-war with other vessels around; men in rowing boats in the foreground.10.6x13.2Pen and grey ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794A boat with two masts, and a man sitting in the stern.7.9x11.3Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A brig; study of a ship seen from the bow.20.8x7.7Pen and brown ink, with grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794A ship at sea with sails set.11.7x7.6Pen and brown ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794A three-decker ship with broken or dismantled masts.12.7x20.3Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1794A vessel sailing with one large sail.10.6x23.0Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1794A vessel under sail.8.6x5.2Graphite, and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794A sailing boat at sea with three sails.7.6x11.1Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A sailing boat.8.4x6.1Pen and grey ink, touched with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1793Battle between a man-of-war and an Algerine pirate galley.16.0x28.9Brush drawing in grey wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Masts and sails.13.0x20.4Pen and brown ink, with brown and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794A sheet of studies of ships' sails and rigging.13.0x19.4Pen and grey ink, with grey and buff wash.British MuseumLink
1794A brig's top gallant sails drying.7.7x11.9Pen and grey ink, with grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794Three studies of masts and rigging; including one of a yacht.Pen and brown and grey ink, with brown and grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794Three studies of the fore top sail of a ship. Verso: a sailing boat at sea.12.8x17.5Pen and grey ink, with grey and light brown wash.British MuseumLink
1794Studies of yards and rigging.19.5x13.1Pen and grey ink, with grey-brown wash, touched with pink, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794Study of a ship's topsail.11.5x7.8Pen and brown ink, with brown and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794Study of rigging, two cross-trees, one with sail partially, the other closely, furled.18.0x23.5Pen and brown ink, with grey wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Study of ship's rigging; part of the mast and cross-yards of a brig.11.9x7.6Pen and brown ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794Study of ship's rigging; the top mast of a ship with all sails furled.19.4x13.0Pen and brown ink, with grey and brown wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Study of ship's rigging; top mast of a collier.11.2x7.1Pen and brown inkBritish MuseumLink
1794Study of ship's rigging; yards and square-sails.12.6x199Pen and grey ink, with grey and brown wash.British MuseumLink
1794Study of ship's rigging; yards and square-sails.20.0x13.0Pen and brown ink, with brown and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794Study of the fore top sail of a ship.13.0x10.3Pen and grey ink, with grey and light brown washBritish MuseumLink
1794Mizen-top of a ship, and studies of the 'main chain and dead eye' of the 'Majestic' and 'Queen Charlotte'.13.1x19.3Pen and brown ink, with grey and brown washBritish MuseumLink
1794Small designs for a topsail and a flag flying at a mast head.7.0x10.9Pen and brown ink, and grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794Small sketch of a ship's topsail.7.4x9.8Pen and brown ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794An English man-of-war and a topsail yard.7.6x11.7Pen and grey ink, and grey wash, touched with watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Cathead of a man-of-war; with washing (?) hanging on the ropes.11.7x7.5Pen and grey ink, with grey and brown wash.British MuseumLink
1794The hulk of a ship, fitted up with temporary masts; separate studies of a stern and a mast. Pen and grey ink, with grey wash.12.8x20.3Pen and grey ink, with grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794The main sail and boom of a yacht.13.4x19.3Pen and grey ink, with grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794The Queen's launch.12.8x19.9Pen and grey ink, and grey wash, with watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794The Queen's launch; with sails furled.13.1x20.4Pen and grey ink, and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794The Queen's launch; with study of sails.12.7x20.2Pen and grey ink, and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794The sails and rigging of a ship.11.8x7.7Pen and brown ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794The sails and rigging of a yacht.7.7x11.9Pen and brown ink, and grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794The square-sails of a ship.7.7x12.0Pen and brown ink, with grey and brown wash.British MuseumLink
1794The yard sails of a man-of-war, and a cathead, HMS Queen Charlotte (?)13.0x20.2Pen and brown ink, with brown and grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794Three cross-trees, with two sails partially, the third closely, furled.12.8x19.5Pen and grey ink, with grey and light brown wash.British MuseumLink
1794Two cross-yards with the sails partially furled.11.5x7.8Pen and brown ink, with brown and grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794Two designs of a ship's fore top-sail.7.5x11.7Pen and brown ink, and brown and grey washBritish MuseumLink
1794Flags and pennants.11.7x7.5Pen and brown ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1794Four flags, including the St George's Cross.7.7x11.7Watercolour, with some pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Four French flags, Jack, Ensign, Pennant and Broad Pennant.13.0x20.1Pen and brown ink, with watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A ship's bowsprit, with the Union Jack flying.13.0x20.5Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A ship's top-sail with a Union Jack above.7.4x9.4Pen and grey ink, with grey and buff wash touched with pink and blue.British MuseumLink
1794Various flags, including the Maltese Cross at the bottom.11.7x7.8Watercolour, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Two flags, including one at right with Papal arms.7.8x11.8Watercolour, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794The stern of a man-of-war; separate study of a flag above.18.9x13.1Pen and grey ink, and grey wash, with some watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1794A naval gun, on a low carriage, moving on rollers.7.5x11.4Pen and grey ink, with grey and brown wash.British MuseumLink
1794A naval gun, on a small carriage to right.7.4x11.4Pen and grey ink, with watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A naval gun, seen almost from the back.7.2x11.3Pen and grey ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794A naval gun.7.4x11.3Pen and grey ink, with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1794Gangway of a man-of-war; cannons at the open hatches.11.6x7.7Pen and brown ink, with grey wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Head and shoulders of a sailor.11.6x7.6Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Head and shoulders of a young sailor.11.7x7.6Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Head and shoulders of a young sailor; almost to left.11.3x7.7Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1793A sailor holding the tiller of a rudder.11.3x7.5Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Half-length figure of a sailor and the stern of a French boat.11.3x7.5Pen and grey ink, with grey and blue washBritish MuseumLink
1794Head and shoulders of a sailor boy wearing a fur cap; to left, seen almost from behind.10.3x7.6Pen and brown ink, with brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Head and shoulders of a sailor; with blue coat and white collar, and hair combed down on his forehead.10.3x7.5Pen and black and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Head and shoulders of a young sailor; with long hair, wearing a felt hat.8.8x6.3Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Head of a sailor; almost to right, wearing a broad-brimmed hat.11.3x7.8Pen and black ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A sailor boy, dressed all in blue, lifting his cap; turned slightly to left, his left hand in his pocket.11.3x7.6Pen and brown ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1794A sailor, wearing a blue and white striped top, standing by a gun; his left hand on his hip, a rope in his right.10.4x7.6Pen and grey ink, with grey wash and some watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A sailor, wearing blue jacket and trousers, walking to right; his hair in a pigtail.11.4x7.5Pen and brown ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794A sailor, wearing blue jacket and trousers; standing slightly to left, his left hand on his hip.10.3x7.5Pen and brown ink, and watercolourBritish MuseumLink
1794A naval officer's hat with cockade; on a head in profile to left.17.1x13.0Pen and brown ink, with grey wash, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794A naval officer's hat with cockade; on a head to front.23.6x13.3Pen and brown ink, with some grey wash, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794Uniform of a Lieutenant in the Navy.19.5x23.9Pen and brown ink, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1794Scene on a river, with boats lying at anchor; a house to left.7.7x18.1Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Shipping at a Mediterranean port; with a large ship at anchor in the foreground, a town and mountains behind at left.10.8x19.8Pen and grey ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Shipping in a harbour; a tower on land to right.9.0x16.6Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Shipping in a river.12.8x19.2Pen and brown ink, and grey wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Ships in port; some men at right near barrels, a cannon and an anchor.11.0x22.5Pen and grey ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Ships sailing out from port; fortifications and a tower at left.5.9x19.5Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1794Sketch of a boat full of people; an anchor design on the sail.7.6x11.7Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1794Coastal scene, with figures on the beach in the foreground; two tall ships, one with sails set, beyond.9.1x14.8Pen and grey ink.British MuseumLink
1794Three vessels lying together in shallow water; sailors at right foreground and a man on horseback pulling another horse into the water at left.14.5x21.0Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1794Plan of Lord Howe's action off Ushant; with different signal flags and a French buoy made of cork [???wrong image?]20.4x13.3Pen and grey ink, and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1794Plan of Lord Howe's action off Ushant, at a later stage.12.7x20.4Pen and brown ink, with brown and grey washBritish MuseumLink
1806?Plan of the Battle of Maida (?) with position of troops marked.24.6x34.5Pen and brown ink, and graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1790s?A London Street Crier: A woman with a baby on her back. 23.2 ? 15Watercolor with pen and brown ink over graphite on medium, slightly textured, cream wove paper.YCBALink
1790s?A London Street Crier: A street seller carrying a basket of her head. Likely a part of the same series on street people like Cries of London.24.5 x 17Watercolor with pen and brown ink over graphite on medium, slightly textured, cream wove paper.AuctionedLink
1794The Charm of Virtu - or A Cognoscenti Discovering the Beauties of an Antique Terminus. A study for an unknown print.TBDPen and ink.NYPLLink
1794Richard Payne Knight as Priapus .36.0x29.7Graphite on two sheets joinedBritish MuseumLink
1794Verso: another depiction of Payne Knight as a satyr, preparing an offering at an altar.36.0x29.7Graphite on two sheets joinedBritish MuseumLink
1795/6Head of a soldier wearing a bearskin and smoking a pipe.52.5x20.7Graphite and oil on wood panel.Link
1795/6Half-length figure of a girl and the head of a man, both wearing hats.53.5x21.0Graphite and oil on wood panel.British MuseumLink
1796?Portrait of Colonel George Hanger on horseback; galloping on pony towards the right.17.8x15.6Pen and brown inkBritish MuseumLink
1796?Sketch for a caricature; fat man on horse riding to r, meeting another (perhaps Prince of Wales ?) driving a phaeton.17.8x15.6Pen and brown inkBritish MuseumLink
1796Curing John Bull of his Canine Appetite. A study for an unknown satirical print.TBDPen and ink and graphite.NYPLLink
1796Cymon and Iphigenia. A study for the satirical print of the same name. 24.5x21.5Watercolor, pen and black ink over graphite.MetropolitanLink
1796No Flower that blows is like this Rose. A study for the satirical print of the same name.18.9x12.5 Brush drawing in grey ink, touched with watercolour.British MuseumLink
1797-98Study of demonic figures for the satirical print 'The Apotheosis of Hoche.'25.4x20.9Pen and brown iron gall ink. British MuseumLink
1798Consequences of a successful French invasion.30.8 x 40Pen and Ink and WatercolorAuctionLink
1798Consequences of a successful French invasion.?Pen and Ink and blue and red watercolorLord ArcherLink
1798Gentle manners, with affections mild, in wit a man, simplicity a child. A study for the satirical print of the same name.23.5x17.0Watercolour, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1798Lord Moira A study for Lord Longbow, the Alarmist.7.9x4.0Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1798Voltaire instructing the infant Jacobinism.TBDOil on paperNYPLLink
1799Profile of man facing right with a protruding upper lip [John Penn] A study for the print, Pen-etration. 4.0x7.8Graphite.British MuseumLink
1800 How to ride with elegance thro the streets. A study for the satirical print of the same name.24.8x22.4 Pen and grey ink and grey wash, with watercolour, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1800A Military Sketch of a Gilt Stick. . . A study for the satirical print of the same name.18.3x9.5 Pen and grey ink and grey wash, with watercolour, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1800A Standing-Dish at Boodles. A study for the satirical print of the same name.9.9x7.9Pen and grey ink and grey wash, with watercolour, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1800Head of a gentleman wearing a hat in profile to right. Likely a preparatory study for Symptoms of Deep Thinking.13.8x13.7Black chalk with graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1800The Faro Table; crowd sitting and standing around oval gambling table, a man dealing to right and a croupier gathering stakes to left. A preliminary study for 'Modern Hospitality'?22.5x34.4Pen and brown ink and grey washBritish MuseumLink
1800James Gillray. Portrait of the artist; head and bust to left, head turning to front, eyes looking to front, caricatures on wall behind. Either a repetition or a copy from the self-portrait miniature in the National Portrait Gallery (Inv No 83). 14.8x12.1Graphite.British MuseumLink
1801A Cognoscenti contemplating ye Beauties of ye Antique. A study for the satirical etching of the same name.19.5x16.4Pen and brown ink with some pink and brown wash over graphite sketch.British MuseumLink
1801A Lyoness. A study study for a satirical print of the same name. Verso: Landscape with houses at the foot of a hill, a bridge over a river at left 29.0x23.4 Brush drawing in grey wash, with watercolour, over graphite Verso: Watercolour, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1801Head of a man in profile to right, with prominent nose, wearing a top hat; likely a study for a satirical print What Can Little T.O. do? Verso: Uninterpretable image 7.7x6.0Recto and Verso: graphite.British MuseumLink
1802 Dian Return'd from the Chase. A study for the satirical print of the same name.39.0x25.0Watercolour, touched with pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1802Head of Lord Essex. A study for an unknown satirical print.9.1x6.2Graphite.British MuseumLink
1802Only Look at the General! A study for a satirical print of the same name.27.2x19.8 Watercolour, with pen and brown and grey wash, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1803Head of a man in profile to right, wearing a top hat, study for a satirical print, likely The Three Mr. Wiggins's; with a slight sketch of another profile head facing him.9.3x6.4 Graphite.British MuseumLink
1803 Master of Ceremonies. A study for a satirical print of the same name.16.9x12.1 Watercolour, over graphiteBritish MuseumLink
1804Basting of an Ox. One of several studies for a satrirical print which Gillray never published. See John Bull Roasted.25.4x38.8Red pen over graphite.CourtauldLink
1804Palemon & Lavinia. A study for a satirical print of the same name.18.3x24.0Graphite.British MuseumLink
1806Comforts of a Bed of Roses. A study for a satirical print. TBDPen and black ink, with grey wash and red chalk.NYPLLink
1806Comforts of a Bed of Roses II. A study and notes for a satirical print.TBDPen and black ink, with extensive inscriptions in pen and ink and pencil.NYPLLink
1806News from Calabria - Capture of Buenos Ayres! A study for the satirical print of the same name.29.0x46.4 Pen and black ink with grey wash.British MuseumLink
1806-1810Gothic Building23.2x32.7Pen and brown ink with grey wash on paperCourtauldLink
1806-1810Political cartoon - central throne with a leg appearing from either side, scatttering figures on right and left (Kicking out the Broad-bottomed government ?) Verso: Gothic Building?23.2x32.7Chalk (red), ink on paper.CourtauldLink
1807Alexander the Great. A design in two compartments. On the left: 'Alexander and Frederick swearing over ye Tomb of Frederick ye Great to extirpate ye Corsican Butcher from ye earth.' A second and probably alternative inscription: 'Alexander ye Great at the Tomb of the Prussian Achilles.'23.2x33.4Pen and black ink with red chalk.British MuseumLink
1807Connoisseurs examining a collection of George Morland's. A sketch of Mr G. Baker, the collector.23.1x18.2Pen and black and red ink; squared for transfer.British MuseumLink
1807Connoisseurs examining a collection of George Morland's. One of six sketches at the V&A made for the print of the same name. Same figure as above, said to be John Julius Angerstein, with pictures introduced in the background.22.3x18.3Drawn in black chalk and red ink, squared for copying; With notes in reference to the title.V&ALink
1807Connoisseurs examining a collection of George Morland's. One of six sketches at the V&A made for the print of the same name. The entire composition.48.2x29.2Drawn in black chalk, squared for copying, and corrected in red ink; With notes in reference to the V&ALink
1807Connoisseurs examining a collection of George Morland's. One of six sketches at the V&A made for the print of the same name. Same figure as above, said to be John Julius Angerstein.22.3x18.5 Drawn in black chalk and pen, and squared for copying.V&ALink
1807Connoisseurs examining a collection of George Morland's. One of six sketches at the V&A made for the print of the same name. First idea for the principal figure, said to be John Julius Angerstein.23.6x19.3Sketched in black chalk.V&ALink
1807Connoisseurs examining a collection of George Morland's. One of six sketches at the V&A made for the print of the same name. Same figure as above, said to be John Julius Angerstein, drawing a curtain from over the picture he is looking at.22.6x18.3Drawn in black chalk, squared for copying, and corrected in red ink; With notes in reference to the V&ALink
1807Connoisseurs examining a collection of George Morland's. One of six sketches at the V&A made for the print of the same name. The entire composition: pictures against the wall distinctly made out.48.2x32.5 Drawn with the pen and washed with Indian ink, squared for copying; With interesting notes.V&ALink
1807Fall of Icarus. One of several studies for the print of the same name. Verso: Sketch for an unknown political satire.35.3x21.6Recto: Pen and black and red ink. Verso: Black and red chalk.British MuseumLink
1807Fall of Icarus. One of several studies for the satirical print of the same name.10.9x18.1GraphiteBritish MuseumLink
1807John Bull Roasted. One of several drawings for a satirical print that was never published. See Basting of an Ox 1804.TBDPen and black ink, graphite, red wash and traces of red chalkNYPLLink
1807Pillar of the Constitution. A study for the satirical print of the same name. (BMSat 10738), published 1807. 32.2x46.3 Pen and ink and brown wash over red chalk.British MuseumLink
1807The Pillar of the Constitution. A study for the satirical print of the same name. Verso: Les Invisbles (1810)32.2x46.3Pen and ink and brown wash over red chalkBritish MuseumLink
1808Spanish Patriots Attacking the French Banditti. . . A study for the satirical print of the same name. 29.2x47.3 Red-brown wash and black ink.MetropolitanLink
1808Study for 'Maecenas in pursuit of the Fine Arts.' A study for a print of the same name.22.5x22.1 Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1809Overthrow of the Republican Babel. Possible study for the satirical print of the same name.TBDPen and ink with white body color and traces of red chalk, squared for transfer.NYPLLink
1809The Introduction of the Pope to the Convocation at Oxford by the Cardinal Broad-Bottom. Two studies for the satirical print of the same name. Verso: the same subject29.0x43.6 Recto: pen, Indian ink and wash. Verso: pen and brown ink over graphite on paper, squared for traFitzwilliamLink
1809True Reform of Parliament. A study for the satirical print of the same title.29.1x46.3 Graphite. British MuseumLink
1810A Calm. A study for the satirical print of the same name. Not specifically catalogued.TBDSquared for transfer. FrickLink
1810Les Invisibles. A study for the satirical print of the same name. Verso: The Pillar of the Constitution (1807).32.2x46.3GraphiteBritish MuseumLink
1810The Graces in a High Wind. Two studies for a print of the same name. Not specifically catalogued.TBDSquared for transfer. FrickLink
1810-15Pray Pity the Sorrows of a Poor Blind Man. This moving study is thought by some scholars to be a self-portrait of the artist in his later years, when he was troubled by insanity. The title derives from a popular poem entitled 'The Beggar' by the Anglican minister Thomas Moss, published in 1769. ?x?Pen and brown ink with grey wash on paperFitzwilliamLink
1811Portrait of George Humphrey II; half-length, male figure, turned to front, leaning to right.37.2x49.2Pen and brown ink, on grey paperBritish MuseumLink
1772-1815Bust of a man, in silhouette.9.0x7.0NoneFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Caricature head of an old man with sunken face, in profile to left, wearing a hat, study for a satirical print. Verso: A door.7.8x6.0Recto and verso: graphite. British MuseumLink
1772-1815Four men working a whetstone grinding machine.10.9x15.8Graphite and grey wash.FitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Full-length view of a man wearing a hat.7.8x4.0Pen and brown ink on cardFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a man.9.0x10.3Graphite on paperFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a man.3.6x6.0Pen and brown ink, on cardFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a man.7.6x6.0Pen and brown ink, on cardFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a man.12.0x7.8Pen and brown ink, on cardFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a man.7.8x4.0Pen and brown ink, on cardFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a man in a cocked hat, in profile to right. A study for a satirical print. Verso: Upper portion of a uniform (?) 9.1x6.2Recto and verso: graphite.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Head of a man in profile to left, wearing a hat. A study for a satirical print.7.8x4.0 Pen and brown ink.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Head of a man in profile to right, wearing a top hat. A study for a satirical print.7.8x6.1GraphiteBritish MuseumLink
1772-1815Head of a man in profile to right, with small nose and puckered mouth, wearing a top hat. A study for a satirical print. 9.1x6.2GraphiteBritish MuseumLink
1772-1815Head of a man looking to left, wearing a top hat. A study for a satirical print.9.3x6.3Graphite.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Head of a man wearing a hat.9.1x6.1Brown ink; medium cardFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a man, in profile.7.8x6.1Pen and brown ink on cardFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a man, in profile.7.8x8.3Pen and brown ink on cardFitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Head of a round-faced man, wearing a top hat, looking upwards A study for a satirical print. Verso: whole-length man, standing in profile to left, and a separate study of a leg. 9.3x6.4 Recto and verso: graphite.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Head of Lord Temple in profile to left, wearing a top hat. A study for a satirical print.7.8x6.0 GraphiteBritish MuseumLink
1772-1815Head of the Duke of Queensberry, in profile to right, wearing a hat. A study for a satirical print.7.9x6.2Pen and grey ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Headdress of a light Dragoon, and part of a uniform, study for a satirical print.7.8x6.0 Pen and black ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Heads of two male figures, one wearing a wig. A study for a satirical print. 7.8x6.0 Graphite. One of the men possibly Thurlow.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Hurst Castle, and two studies of a cutter at sea.7.7x11.9Pen and brown ink, with grey-brown wash and watercolour.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Recto: Head of a man in profile to right. Verso: Head of a man in profile to right, with high collar. Studies for satirical prints.6.2x9.1Recto and Verso: graphite.British MuseumLink
1772-1815The heads of two men, a shod foot and a leg.12.1x7.9Pen and brown ink on card.FitzwilliamLink
1772-1815The heads of two men, in profile.12.1x7.8Pen and brown ink on card.FitzwilliamLink
1772-1815Three-quarter length male figure standing in profile to left, study for a satirical print.9.3x6.4 Pen and brown ink, over graphite.British MuseumLink
1772-1815Two Men at Fisticuffs,19.1x18.7Watercolor with pen and black ink on medium, slightly textured, cream laid paperYCBALink
1772-1815Whole-length caricature of a black woman, turned to front, study for a satirical print.9.4x6.3Pen and black ink, touched with grey washBritish MuseumLink
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