Thomas A. Woolnoth (1785-1857)
There is confusion as there is a Thomas Woolnoth religious and topographic engraver and Thomas Alfred Woolnoth portrait painter could be brothers/father son or the same person so this list could be either as they signed work as t or Thos' Woolnoth . . . helpful ??
The portrait painter and engraver Thomas A. Woolnoth was best known for his theatrical portraits after Thomas Charles Wageman and for large plates after Correggio and Vandyck. A pupil of Charles Heath, he contributed steel engravings to E.W. Brayley and J. Britton's The History of the Ancient Palace and Late Houses of Parliament at Westminster etc see list below,. He also engraved from his own designs, furnishing both drawings and engravings for Sarah Bowditch's Juvenile Album (1841), and for his own Flowers of Infancy (1839), Facts and Faces (1852), and The Study of the Human Face (1865). He became Engraver in Ordinary to Queen Victoria and exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1842 to 1857.He produced many illustrations for publications of the topographical nature in the mid 1800s including:
The Beauties of England and Wales or, Original Delineations, Topographical, Historical and Descriptive, of Each County.;
illustrated by William Woolnoth William Woolnoth written by John Britton, ; Edward Wedlake Brayley; Thomas Rees; J. Norris Brewster & others.
(18 volumes in 26 books) 1801 to 15
688 plates and 25 title vignettes
'View on the North Side of Kangaroo Island' engr by W. Woolnoth from Matthew Flinders' A voyage to Terra Australis. written by Matthew Flinders Feb.12, 1814.
Views of the Seats of Noblemen illustrated by William Woolnoth written by J.P. Neale
A Graphical Illustration of the Metropolitan Cathedral Church of Canterbury; Accompanied by a History and Description, Collected from the most Authentic Documents, and Drawn up from Repeated Surveys of that Venerable Fabric. With Descriptions of its Monumental Structures, and an Account of its Chapels, Altars, Shrines, and Chantries; and Historical Notices of the Celebrated Convent of Christchurch; With Lists, and Interesting Particulars of its Deans, Priors, and Distinguished Monks illustrated by William Woolnoth William Woolnoth
William Woolnoth [Engraved by Himself from Drawings by Thomas Hastings] Published by T. Cadell and W. Davies, Strand; and J. Murray, Albemarle Street, London 1816 20 steel engravings.
Engraved Portrait of Elliston playing Frank Heartall, after Wageman by illustrated by William Woolnoth W Woolnoth. Simpkin & Marshall, 1818.Memoirs, illustrative of the life and writings of John Evelyn, Esq. F.R.S. Author of the "Sylva," &c. &c. Comprising his diary, from the year 1641 to 1705-6, and a selection of his familiar letters illustrated by William Woolnoth William Woolnoth Printed for Henry Colburn, Conduit Street; and sold by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, 1819. illustrated by William Woolnoth numerous steel engravings.
The Tuileries and Pont Royal / drawn by Fredk.Nash illustrated by William Woolnoth printed by H.Triggs. - Proof. - London : Longman, Hurst & Co. , 1820.
"The Ancient Castles of England and Wales" illustrated by William Woolnoth written by Edward William Brayley (London 1825).Engraved frontispieces and title pages as well as 103 full page plates
The Imperial Dictionary of Universal Biography
illustrated by William Woolnoth written by Charles
Bossom: pub William Mackenzie, London. c 1820
Magna Britannia, Volume IV, Cumberland also others illustrated by William Woolnoth written by Joseph FARINGTON pub. T. Cadell & W. Davies, Strand, London, 15 September 1815numerous steel engravings.
Engraved Portrait of Elliston playing Frank Heartall,after
Wageman by W Woolnoth.Simpkin & Marshall, 1818.
Picturesque Antiquities of the English Cities, Illustrated By a Series of Engravings BRITTON John pub. John Longman Rees Orme Brown and Green, 1830. written by John Britton, 60 full page plates, , 12 woodcuts in the text,
Fashion at the coronation of king William IV and Queen Adelaide illustrated by William Woolnoth mini pics1831 19 steel engravings. sold coloured
Scotland : Illustrated (Three Volumes) in a Series of Views Taken By Thomas Allom, Engraved by or Under the Direction of Robert Wallisillustrated by William Woolnoth written by W. Beattie pub. (London 1835-1838). 95 fine steel engravings see Allom
Napoleon In Exile; or, A Voice from St. Helena. The Opinions and Reflections of Napoleon on the most important Events of his Life and Government in his own Words. By Barry E. O'Meara, Esq. His late Surgeon. Sixth Edition.illustrated by William Woolnoth written by O'Meara, Barry E.Published by Jones and Company, Temple of The Muses, late Lackington's, Finsbury Square. 1835. 3 steel engravings.
The Indian Empire: History...With A Full
Account Of The Mutiny Of The Bengal Army; Of The Insurrection
In Western India; And An Exposition Of The Alleged
Causes.illustrated by William Woolnoth written by MARTIN
R. Montgomery pub. Peter Jackson, London 1853121
steel-engraved plates & portraits portrait by Andrew
Geddes Thomas Woolnoth,1818
Tales of the Crusaders (see The Talisman and The Betrothed)
illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth,
March 1826 number of the Lady's Magazine.Heath's Gallery of British Engravings - in 5 volumes illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, Heath. (No initial)London. Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown, Green and Longman. -37., 1836. vol1 =55 plates; vol2 =54 plates.; vol3 =54 plates.; vol4 = 72 plates.; vol5 = 71 plates.
National portrait gallery of illustrious and eminent
personages of the nineteenth century, illustrated by
Thomas Woolnoth,written by William JerdanLondon : Fisher, Son,
& Jackson, 1830-1834),
The history of the ancient Palace and late Houses of Parliament at Westminster : embracing accounts and illustrations of St. Stephen's Chapel, and its cloisters, Westminster Hall, the Court of Requests, the Painted Chamber, &.&.illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, written by John Britton, pub. John Weale. 1836,40 engraved plates, + text illustrations
The Juvenile Album, or, Tales From Far and Near. Illustrated With Eight Steel Engravings by T. Woolnoth illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth,LEE, MRS. R. [BOWDICH, SARAH]. London: Ackermann and Co. 1841 8 engravings
The Tableaux. A Series of Graphic Scenes, Illustrative of National Character, Beauty, and Costume, from Paintings by Eminent Modern Artists illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, FINDEN, William. & Edward Francis.1837. each year until 1882 61 steel plates each vol
The Tableaux. A Series of Graphic Scenes, Illustrative of National Character, Beauty, and Costume, from Paintings by Eminent Modern Artists illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, FINDEN, William. & Edward Francis. 1838 60 steel plates
The Tableaux. A Series of Graphic Scenes, Illustrative of National Character, Beauty, and Costume, from Paintings by Eminent Modern Artistsillustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, FINDEN, William. & Edward Francis.1839 36 engraved plates
The Tableaux. A Series of Graphic Scenes, Illustrative of National Character, Beauty, and Costume, from Paintings by Eminent Modern Artistsillustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, FINDEN, William. & Edward Francis. 1840 12 steel plates each vol
The Tableaux. A Series of Graphic Scenes, Illustrative of National Character, Beauty, and Costume, from Paintings by Eminent Modern Artistsillustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, FINDEN, William. & Edward Francis. 1841etc
The Tableaux. A Series of Graphic Scenes, Illustrative of
National Character, Beauty, and Costume, from Paintings by
Eminent Modern Artistsillustrated by Thomas Woolnoth,
FINDEN, William. & Edward Francis. 1842
Tableaux of National Character, Beauty, and Costume.illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, FINDEN, W[illiam]. & E[dward Francis]. London, published for the proprietor, 1843, engraved vignette title and 60 engraved plates, 11 with pictorial borders
The Gallery of Engravings. [The Peoples Gallery of Engravings]. Three volumes illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, Wright, G N [ed vol 1-2]; Timperley, C H [ed vol 3] London Fisher Son & Co - Caxton Press . vol1 =65 plates; vol2 = 64 plates; vol3 = 64 plates;
The Portrait Gallery of Distinguished Poets, Philosophers, Statesmen, Divines, Painters, Architects, Physicians, and Lawyers, Since the Revival of Art; with Their Biographies Arranged in Chronological Order illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, 1853 sduk 165 Engraved Plates- 3 volumes)
The land of Burns, a series of landscapes and portraits, illustrative of the life and writings of the Scottish poet. The landscapes from paintings made expressly for the work by D. O. Hill.illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth, Wilson, John/Chambers, Robert. Glasgow & London, Blackie, 1840. 79 engravings after pics by D O Hill
THE STUDY OF THE HUMAN FACE illustrated by Thomas Woolnoth,Thomas Woolnoth, 1865. First Edition. London, William Tweedie26 fine steel engraved plates (portraits)
Illustrations for John Preston Neale
LUTON HOO SOUTH EAST VIEW
WOBURN ABBEY DEER & TREE IN FOREGROUND
ST LEONARD'S HILL SHOWING WINDSOR CASTLE
STOWE HOUSE 2ND VIEW
EATON HALL SOUTH EAST VIEW
LYME HALL NORTH FRONT
SOMERFORD BOOTHS HALL
KNOWSLEY PARK WEST FRONT
LATHOM HOUSE GENERAL VIEW
BELVOIR CASTLE GENERAL VIEW
CARLTON CURLIEU HALL
COLE ORTON HALL
ALTHORP DISTANT VIEW. (LADY DIANA'S HOME)
ALTHORP THE SEAT OF EARL SPENCER (PRINCESS DIANA'S HOME)
BURLEIGH HOUSE NORTH WEST VIEW
FARMING WOODS Deer grazing
KIRBY HALL PLATE 1
KIRBY HALL PLATE 2
RUSHTON HALL EAST FRONT
RUSHTON HALL SOUTH WEST VIEW
BLENHEIM SOUTH EAST VIEW
BLENHEIM VIEW TAKEN FROM ROSAMOND WELL
SCOTLAND: PERTHSHIRE: KINFAUNS CASTLE. TITLE FRONTIS
APLEY PARK GENERAL VIEW
KING'S BROMLEY HALL
TRENTHAM HALL GENERAL VIEW
LOWTHER CASTLE GENERAL VIEW
BRANHAM PARK GENERAL VIEW
CASTLE HOWARD NORTH WEST VIEW
CASTLE HOWARD SOUTH EAST VIEW
CUSHWORTH. Horse ploughing.
DENTON PARK GENERAL VIEW
HORNBY CASTLE INNER COURT
HORNBY CASTLE SOUTH EAST VIEW
MILNES BRIDGE HOUSE
MULGRAVE CASTLE GENERAL VIEW
NOSTELL PRIORY GENERAL VIEW
WENTWORTH CASTLE. GENERAL VIEW
WILTON CASTLE. Plate 1
WILTON CASTLE. Plate 2
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