Westmacott, Richard, sculptor; Knight 1837

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Epithet: the elder, sculptor

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Epithet: sculptor; Knight 1837

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Epithet: the younger, sculptor

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referencedIn Vol. IV (ff. 369). S-Z. Presented by the Geological Society of London. British Library
creatorOf AYRTON PAPERS. Vol. V (ff. ii+147). Letters 'From Authors, Artists, and Literary Characters'; 1822-1857, n.d. Octavo. Red quarter-calf binding.includes:ff. 1-8b Sir William Betham, Ulster King of Arms: Letters to W. Ayrton: 1840-1846.f. 9 Charles..., 1822-1857 British Library
creatorOf MISCELLANEOUS LETTERS AND PAPERS. Paper; ff. 72. British Library arrangement. A. Letter of Richard Westmacott, sculptor, (b.1799, d.1872) to William Wyon, chief engraver at the Royal Mint; 1 Aug. 1838. With three ink sketches presumably by Wyon deriv..., 1630-1977 British Library
referencedIn MISCELLANE0US AUTOGRAPH LETTERS, signatures, etc.; 1830-1878, n.d. The letters are taken mainly from correspondence of Thomas Sansom (d. 1872), of the Custom House, Liverpool (and later of Newcastle), Fellow of the Botanical Society of Edinburgh and ..., 1830-1878 British Library
referencedIn ELLIS PAPERS. Vol. I. General correspondence of Sir Henry Ellis; 1795-1866. The letters are mainly concerned with Museum affairs, excepting one group (ff. 18-24) which refer to his unavailing efforts, in 1811-1812, to be elected Director of the Socie..., 1795-1866 British Library
referencedIn BERRY PAPERS. Vol. I. (ff. 454). Miscellaneous correspondence of Mary Berry arranged Chronologically, viz., (a) English, 1789-1851. f. 1;-(b) Foreign, 1791-1849. f. 299. Names of writers are given in the Index.includes:ff. 2-7 Richard Owen Cambridg..., 1789-1851 British Library
creatorOf BRITISH MUSEUM RECORDS. Vol. II. Agreement between Sir Richard Westmacott and the Trustees of the British Museum for execution and fixing, etc., of the figures on the pediment of the facade of the British Museum; 18 Aug. 1848. Paper; ff. 3. 274 x 135... British Library
creatorOf LETTERS TO WILLIAM RICHARD HAMILTON (b. 1777, d. 1859), diplomat and antiquary; 1853-1859. Partly French and Italian. Partly (ff. 142-182b) printed. Alphabetically arranged. Followed (ff. 131-141) by notes by, or relating to, Hamilton and his family...., 1853-1859 British Library
creatorOf SYDNEY SMIRKE: 286 letters from architects, artists and public figures, mostly to Sydney Smirke (b.1798, d.1877), architect of the British Museum Reading Room; 1793-1872. See also Add. 59847, 60756. Owned by F. R. Jemmett (see inside front cover). Pu..., 1793-1872 British Library
referencedIn Vol. X. (ff. 696). Oct. 1838-Dec. 1841.includes:f. 1 Sir Benjamin Collins Brodie, 1st Baronet: Letters to C. Babbage: 1834-1861. ff. 3, 115, 534 Robert Vaughan Richards, barrister: Letters to C. Babbage: 1831-1841. ff. 5, 389 Julius Jeffreys: Lett... British Library
creatorOf AYRTON PAPERS. Vol. V (ff. ii+147). Letters 'From Authors, Artists, and Literary Characters'; 1822-1857, n.d. Octavo. Red quarter-calf binding.includes:ff. 1-8b Sir William Betham, Ulster King of Arms: Letters to W. Ayrton: 1840-1846.f. 9 Charles..., 1822-1857 British Library
referencedIn Wyatt Papers; 1722-1884, n.d. As follows.-(1) Correspondence and papers of members of the Wyatt family, 1772-1880, n.d., chiefly:-(a) James Wyatt the elder, architect (b. 1746, d. 1813); 1772-1811. ff. 1-35b passim;-(b) Matthew Cotes Wyatt, sculpt..., 1722-1884 British Library
creatorOf SYDNEY SMIRKE: 286 letters from architects, artists and public figures, mostly to Sydney Smirke (b.1798, d.1877), architect of the British Museum Reading Room; 1793-1872. See also Add. 59847, 60756. Owned by F. R. Jemmett (see inside front cover). Pu..., 1793-1872 British Library
creatorOf CHARNWOOD AUTOGRAPHS. Vol. IV. Artistic, dramatic and scientific autogaphs, etc.; circa 16th-20th cent. Included are Sir Christopher Wren, Sir Godfrey Kneller, William Hogarth, Sir Joshua Reynolds, Joseph Wright of Derby, William Blake, David Cox, Si..., approximately 16th century-20th century British Library
referencedIn CORRESPONDENCE of Sir Henry Ellis, K.H., Secretary to the Society of Antiquaries 1814, Principal Librarian of the British Museum 1827, on various antiquarian and other subjects; among them being the establishment of a naval officers' uniform, "Kings ..., 1795-1863 British Library
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