Thos. Agnew’s & Sons was an important art dealership in Victorian England. It was established by Thomas Agnew in Manchester in 1817 and opened it’s first London Gallery in 1860. It was a print maker, publisher, dealer of Old Master paintings, and towards the end of the nineteenth century, modern paintings.
The National Gallery in London hold the original Agnew’s stockbooks from 1853 until the beginning of the First World War.The National Gallery has digitised the first 11 of the firm’s picture stock books, and made them accessible for any budding or established researcher to use. These Agnew’s Stockbooks are a fantastic resource.
Click the buttons below to show artworks purchased by Buyers, filtered by Artist.
- Coast Scene
- De (Von) Gegerfelt
- Le Blant
- Paris Universal Exhibition
- Royal Academy