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Artist: Sir Charles Lock Eastlake (1793 - 1865)
Nationality: British
Movement:
Media: Painting
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Biography:
Sir Charles Lock Eastlake first studied under Haydon. After sketching Napoleon’s departure from Plymouth to exile in St. Helena, he produced his first famous work, Napoleon on Board the Bellerophon. He then lived in Rome from 1816 to 1830, and painted scenes of the Roman Campagna that sold well in England. Eastlake became the president of the Royal Academy in 1850 and also the director of the National Gallery in 1855. He also wrote two pieces, Materials for a History of Oil Painting and a translation of Goethe’s Theory of Colors.


Artworks in Museum Collections: (60)
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Charles Lock Eastlake - A Panoramic View near Rome c. 1818 oil on paper laid do The Fitzwilliam Museum British
J. Paul Getty Museum -
Lady Elizabeth Eastlake
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David Octavius Hill - Elizabeth Rigby, later Lady Eastlake (1809-1893) c. 1844-45 salted paper print f Cleveland Museum of Art British
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Camille Pissarro - The Lock at Pontoise 1872 oil on fabric Cleveland Museum of Art French
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Jeune femme soutenant un homme qui vient de se poignarder (4e quart 18e siècle ; 1ère moitié 19e siècle) by NORMAND Charles Pierre Joseph (attribué à) ; EASTLAKE (inspiré par)
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William Hogarth - Portrait of Daniel Lock, F.S.A. 1762 oil on canvas The Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art British
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John Constable - Dedham Lock and Mill 1820 oil on canvas Currier Museum of Art English
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George Vincent - Lock Etive, Argyllshire 1821 oil on canvas The Fitzwilliam Museum British
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James Morton Thorpe Eastlake table walnut burl late 19th century
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Marie Santana Three way lock and key (for a) camel bag) metal 20th century
J. Paul Getty Museum -
Canal Lock under Construction
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Marie Santana Door lock wood and metal 20th century
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Orchard Painter Horus with the lock of youth bronze with marble base 330 BC - 305 BC
J. Paul Getty Museum -
Miss Elizabeth Rigby
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Marie Santana Lock and key (for camel bag 1979.63.36a) metal 20th century
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Walter Monteith Aikman The Lock wood engraving 1913
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Marie Santana Door lock a) wood and metal b) wood 20th century
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Seth C. Jones - Weigh Lock on the Erie Canal, Rochester, New York n.d. watercolor, gouache Memorial Art Gallery of the University of Rochester American
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Man’s Homburg Hat, Lock and Company Hatters , circa 1960, Felt
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Man’s Homburg Hat, Lock and Company Hatters , circa 1960, Felt
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Man’s Boater, Lock and Company Hatters , circa 1960, Straw
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Man’s Boater, Lock and Company Hatters , circa 1960, Straw
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Thomas Lupton Windmill and Lock 18th - 19th century
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Thomas Lupton Windmill and Lock 18th - 19th century
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem The Sabbath Bells by Charles Lamb on page 77 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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James MacArdell Daniel Lock Mezzotint 18th century
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Orchard Painter The Triad: Isis, goddess of fecundity, Horus, sun god, with Lock of Youth and Nephytys, goddess of the dead; gray faience 330 BC - 305 BC
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Thomas Nast The Dead Lock - And Now the Democratic Tiger Has Lost His Head Wood engraving 1876
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Joseph Mallord William Turner Windmill and Lock etching and mezzotint 1811
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Town Steps, Gloucester, John Sloan (United States, Pennsylvania, Lock Haven, 1871 - 1951) , 1916, Oil on canvas
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David Lucas The Lock mezzotint 19th century
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Fun, One Cent, John Sloan (United States, Pennsylvania, Lock Haven, 1871 - 1951) , 1905, Etching on Arches paper
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Hanging Corner Cabinet, Collinson & Lock  (Manufactured by), circa 1875, Satinwood, various other exotic wood inlays, ivory, brass
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Hanging Corner Cabinet, Collinson & Lock  (Manufactured by), circa 1875, Satinwood, various other exotic wood inlays, ivory, brass
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Furs on the East Side, John Sloan (United States, Pennsylvania, Lock Haven, 1871 - 1951) , 1906-1911, Black crayon
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The Show Case (aka Connoisseurage, and Critics on Form), John Sloan (United States, Pennsylvania, Lock Haven, 1871 - 1951) , 1905, Etching
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Textile Design, ’Lock and Key’ (Pattern 1216), Elza Sunderland (Hungary, 1903 - 1991-06-22) , 1947, Gouache on paper
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Textile Design, ’Lock and Key’ (Pattern 1216), Elza Sunderland (Hungary, 1903 - 1991-06-22) , 1947, Gouache on paper
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Sir Thomas Lawrence, British, 1769-1830 William Lock of Norbury 1790 Oil on canvas 76.3 x
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Joseph Pennell The End of the Day, Gatun Lock Lithograph 1912
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Anthony Walker This Lock the Muse shall consecrate to Fame, And midst the Stars inscribe Belinda's Name. engraving and etching 18th century
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Myles Birket Foster Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) book with 16 color wood engravings 1856
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Froment Sketch at a lock on the Thames River- pages 484 & 485 from Harper's Weekly23 June 1877 wood engraving 19th - 20th century
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Myles Birket Foster Title page vignette in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Sunday Morning, frontispiece in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?] color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem The Sabbath by Grahame on page 9 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem The Sabbath by Cunningham on page 35 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem Sunday by Clare on page 69 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem Sabbath Walks by Clare on page 101 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem Sabbath Morning by Sigourney on page 15 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem Sunday Walks by Clare on page 29 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem The Beauties of Nature by Barton on page 93 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem The Church Bells by Bishop Mant on page 41 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem A Winter Sabbath Walk by Grahame on page 85 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem The Village Church by an anonymous poet on page 47 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem The Sunday Morning's Walk by Bishop Mant on pag 53 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem A Churchyard Scene by John Wilson on page 21 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Myles Birket Foster Illustration for the poem The Sunday Evening's Walk by Bishop Mant on page 59 in the book Sabbath Bells Chimed by the Poets (London: Ward and Lock, [1856?]) color wood engraving 1856
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Chasseur et paysanne italienne au bord de l'eau (4e quart 18e siècle ; 1ère moitié 19e siècle) by NORMAND Charles Pierre Joseph (attribué à)
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David Lucas A Lock on the Stour, Suffolk, thirteenth plate in the album, Various Subjects of Landscape, Characteristic of English Scenery (London: John Constable, 1830-[1832] Mezzotint 1831

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Sir Charles Lock Eastlake Online
Sir Charles Lock Eastlake (1793 - 1865) Biography, Artwork Images, Exhibitions, Reviews
Sir Charles Lock Eastlake @ Catharton Artists
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Find in a Library: Sir Charles Eastlake and the Victorian art world
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