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Charles J Collection

Charles J Smith was a versatile creator, leaving his mark on various fields throughout history

Background imageCharles J Collection: Shernfold Park, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Shernfold Park, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Shernfold Park, 1835. House at Shernfold Park in Frant, Sussex built in 1790 by Charles Pigou, bought in 1820 by Colonel John By of the Royal Engineers

Background imageCharles J Collection: Model, Static, Wright Type A, 1953. Creator: Charles J. Newcomb

Model, Static, Wright Type A, 1953. Creator: Charles J. Newcomb
Model, Static, Wright Type A, 1953. Wood and tissue exhibit model of the Wright Type A biplane which Orville demonstrated in France in 1908. In overall silver paint scheme. 1/16 Scale

Background imageCharles J Collection: Fishing on the Norfolk Broads (coloured engraving)

Fishing on the Norfolk Broads (coloured engraving)
728424 Fishing on the Norfolk Broads (coloured engraving) by Staniland, Charles J. (1838-1916) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: Fishing on the Norfolk Broads)

Background imageCharles J Collection: Procession of Troops and Civilians on Way to Dedication of Soldiers National

Procession of Troops and Civilians on Way to Dedication of Soldiers National Cemetery, Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, November 19, 1863. Formerly attributed to Mathew B. Brady

Background imageCharles J Collection: Horsham Church, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Horsham Church, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Horsham Church, 1835. St Marys Church, Horsham. Norman church completed c1247. Antique line engraving by CJ Smith after JC Buckler

Background imageCharles J Collection: Coolhurst, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Coolhurst, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Coolhurst, 1835. Coolhurst mansion and estate near Horsham in West Sussex. Antique line engraving by CJ Smith after Lady E Dickens

Background imageCharles J Collection: Knepp Castle, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Knepp Castle, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Knepp Castle, 1835. Castellated mansion in West Grinstead, built c1808 by John Nash under the commission of Sir Charles M Burrell. Engraving by Charles J Smith after a drawing by Lady Burrell

Background imageCharles J Collection: New Shoreham Church, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

New Shoreham Church, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
New Shoreham Church, 1835. Grade I listed 11th century parish church of St Mary de Haura, Shoreham-by-Sea, Sussex. Antique line engraving by CJ Smith

Background imageCharles J Collection: Muntham, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Muntham, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Muntham, 1835. Manor house in Horsham, home of FW Frankland until 1840. Antique engraving by CJ Smith after drawing by Thomas Henwood

Background imageCharles J Collection: Climping Church, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Climping Church, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Climping Church, 1835. Grade I listed Church of St Mary in Climping, West Sussex. Antique line engraving by CJ Smith after JC Buckler

Background imageCharles J Collection: Pevensey Castle in 1737, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Pevensey Castle in 1737, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Pevensey Castle in 1737, 1835. Medieval castle and former Roman Saxon Shore fort at Pevensey in East Sussex, England built around 290 AD

Background imageCharles J Collection: Danny Park, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Danny Park, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Danny Park, 1835. Danny House is a Grade I listed Elizabethan red brick Mansion near Hurstpierpoint in West Sussex, England, built 1593-95 by George Goring

Background imageCharles J Collection: Holmbush, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Holmbush, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Holmbush, 1835. Grade II listed Georgian country house in Hellingly, East Sussex, home of Thomas Broadwood. Engraved by CJ Smith after a drawing by George Baxter

Background imageCharles J Collection: Bosham Priory, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Bosham Priory, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Bosham Priory, 1835. Engraving by CJ Smith after a drawing by John Chessell Buckler. From " The History, Antiquities, and Topography of the County of Sussex, Volume the Second"

Background imageCharles J Collection: Hove Church, From the Sea, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith

Hove Church, From the Sea, 1835. Creator: Charles J Smith
Hove Church, From the Sea, 1835. St. Andrews church rebuilt under architect George Basevi, next to the Old Coast Guard House, a great deal of smuggling went on in the area

Background imageCharles J Collection: A Mountebank of Old London, (1928). Creator: Unknown

A Mountebank of Old London, (1928). Creator: Unknown
A Mountebank of Old London, (1928). Portrait of Dutchman Hans Buling, an itinerant medicine salesman, with his monkey. After The Infallible Mountebank, or Quack Doctor

Background imageCharles J Collection: Henri-Jacques-Guillaume Clarke, c1800, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State

Henri-Jacques-Guillaume Clarke, c1800, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State
Henri-Jacques-Guillaume Clarke, Count D Hunebourg, Duke of Feltre, (Marshal of France under Louis XVIII), c1800, (1896). Henri-Jacques-Guillaume Clarke, 1st Count of Hunebourg (1765-1818)

Background imageCharles J Collection: Napoleon, Goethe and Wieland, 1808, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State

Napoleon, Goethe and Wieland, 1808, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State
Napoleon, Goethe and Wieland, 1808, (1896). On 6 October 1808, at Weimar in Germany, French Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte (1769-1821)

Background imageCharles J Collection: Marshal Josef Anton, Prince Poniatowski, c1800, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State

Marshal Josef Anton, Prince Poniatowski, c1800, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State
Marshal Josef Anton, Prince Poniatowski, c1800, (1896). Prince Jozef Antoni Poniatowski (1763-1813) was a Polish leader, general, minister of war and army chief

Background imageCharles J Collection: Maria Louisa and the King of Rome, 1812, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State

Maria Louisa and the King of Rome, 1812, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State
Maria Louisa and the King of Rome, 1812, (1896). Austrian archduchess Marie Louise (1791-1847), Napoleons second wife, with their son Napoleon Francois Charles Joseph Bonaparte (1811-1832)

Background imageCharles J Collection: Jean-Victor Moreau, c1800, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State

Jean-Victor Moreau, c1800, (1896). Artist: Charles J. State
Jean-Victor Moreau, c1800, (1896). French general Jean Victor Marie Moreau (1763-1813). Engraving after the painting by Jacques-Luc Barbier-Walbonne

Background imageCharles J Collection: Marshal Jean-Baptiste Bessieres, Duke of Istria, c1800, (1896). Artist: Charles J

Marshal Jean-Baptiste Bessieres, Duke of Istria, c1800, (1896). Artist: Charles J
Marshal Jean-Baptiste Bessieres, Duke of Istria, c1800, (1896). Jean-Baptiste Bessieres, 1st Duc d Istria (1768-1813) was a Marshal of France

Background imageCharles J Collection: Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, West Midlands

Grand Theatre, Wolverhampton, West Midlands. Designed by the theatre architect Charles J Phipps, Wolverhamptons Grand Theatre first opened its doors in 1894

Background imageCharles J Collection: Theatre Royal, Bath, Avon

Theatre Royal, Bath, Avon. Baths Theatre Royal was built in 1863. Designed by George Dance, Baths Theatre Royal first opened its doors in 1805.The building was destroyed by a fire in 1862 but was

Background imageCharles J Collection: James A Garfield, 20th United States president, 1893

James A Garfield, 20th United States president, 1893
James A Garfield (1831-18810), 20th United States president, 1893. Garfields presidency lasted just 200 days, from 4 March 1881, until his death on 19 September 1881

Background imageCharles J Collection: Staffordshire Slip Ware, 1909, (1914)

Staffordshire Slip Ware, 1909, (1914)
Staffordshire Slip Ware. An illustration from Quaint old English pottery by Charles J Lomax, 1909. From The Connoisseur Vol. XXXIX [Otto Limited, London, 1914.]

Background imageCharles J Collection: Charles J Baker Bendann Brothers American active 1850s

Charles J Baker Bendann Brothers American active 1850s
Charles J. Baker; Bendann Brothers (American, active 1850s - 1873); Baltimore, Maryland, United States; 1871; Albumen silver print


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Charles J Smith was a versatile creator, leaving his mark on various fields throughout history. In 1835, he immortalized the picturesque Shernfold Park through his artistic lens, capturing its beauty for generations to come. As a model enthusiast, Charles J Smith brought the Static Wright Type A to life in 1953, showcasing his meticulous attention to detail and passion for aviation. His talents extended beyond art and models; Charles J Smith also depicted scenes of leisure such as Fishing on the Norfolk Broads. Through his colored engraving, he transported viewers into a serene world where tranquility met nature's bounty. But it wasn't just leisure that fascinated him; Charles J Smith had an eye for historical moments too. His depiction of the Procession of Troops and Civilians on their way to the Dedication of Soldiers National stands as a testament to his ability to capture significant events with precision and emotion. In addition to capturing grand spectacles, Charles J Smith found inspiration in places of worship. Horsham Church became one such subject in 1835 when he created an image that exuded both serenity and spirituality. Coolhurst Manor caught his attention as well during this time period - its elegance evident in every brushstroke. Knepp Castle stood tall against the backdrop of rolling hills under Charles J Smith's skilled hand while New Shoreham Church emanated an aura of reverence through his artwork. Muntham showcased another facet Smith's talent - an ability to bring historic sites back from obscurity by breathing life into them once more. Climping Church followed suit with its architectural charm captured flawlessly by this visionary artist. Pevensey Castle in 1737 allowed him to delve further into history's depths – transporting viewers back centuries with each stroke of his pen or brush. Finally, Danny Park served as yet another testament to Charles J Smith's dedication towards preserving natural beauty within art.