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Thomas Selby

The complimenting portraits of Mr Thomas Selby and his wife Charlotte Emily Steel commemorate a lifelong friendship with the artist, Samuel Cousins. In their younger years, Mr Selby and Cousins...

Aequorea Forbesiana: jellyfish

This watercolour by PH Gosse depicts a jellyfish (Aequorea forbesiana) and features in his book ‘A Naturalist’s Rambles on the Devonshire Coast’ (plate 14) and ‘A Year at the Shore’...

Sir John Bowring

Portrait of Sir John Bowring by H. Brice, c. 1860. Bowring is portrayed in half-length, seated facing almost profile to his right side. He wears a dark coat, white...

Medal from the International Exhibition

The International Exhibition in 1862 followed the success of the Great Exhibition in 1851, and exhibited new technology and industry, fine art and music. This medal has been damaged by...

Trawlers

‘Trawlers’ by Nicholas Matthew Condy, about 1840-1850. This pen, sepia ink and gouache on paper depicts a study of a group of boats on the water: right a large vessel...

Trawlers

‘Trawlers’ by Nicholas Matthew Condy, about 1840-1850. This watercolour on paper depicts a number of large boats in the water: in the centre foreground there can be seen one boat...

The Family of Henry Langford Brown

Henry Langford Brown (1802-1859) was the owner of estates at Combsatchfield, Kingskerswell and Bradninch, Devon. He married his wife, Mary (nee Steptoe) in 1830. Clack’s reputation in Exeter was considerable...