Walter Savage Landor (1775-1864), Poet and Writer
Little Wakefield in German town
Public Building , Philadelphia
Robert Holding a Cat
The Eyes of the Unfortunate…"
"Poor Bidois, who had been drawn into the midst of the tumult,…"
"He passed his hand several times before my face and put his index…"
Jean…presented to each burglar the muzzle of a pistol.
"Who is it who dares to sing thus?"
M. Gerval was obliged to make a sign to the villagers to withdraw themselves.
The "Lilacs," his home at Romainville.
They Served Podichet…
They Served Dodichet…
"The animal they were hunting passed quite near them."
Monsieur and Madame Mollet
"Yes, good mamma, yes-I'm going to lock up your silver spoon."
"You like it, drink it."
"Here is our music, and I imagine it will be first-class."
"Ah, you've come at last, young man."
Denise Holding Her Child
The Trains That Come, And The Trains That Go
The Nave, Washington Cathedral 1923
R. Wilson Books
The People Work- Evening
The People Work- Morning
The People Work- Night
The People Work- Noon
Flight from the Beach
Two Figures: Seated Nudes
Portrait of Dr. Edwin Williams
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