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Oil painting by W J Pringle showing a scene from The First Election after the Reform Act. A group of people stand outside a wooden building with a banner which reads "Stourbridge and Oldswinford".
Watercolour painting by an Unknown Artist showing the north west view of Witley Court. The building has trees on both sides. A road runs from the house and has a carriage being pulled by four horses moving away from the house.
Aquatint by Tim Mara showing a cane chair, a bottom and legs alongside a line of black squares on a white background.
Oil Painting by Edwin Grice showing a view of a country lane. There is a hay cart on the lane.
Oil painting by A R Jones showing a landscape with sheep, a cow and a shepherd boy walking along a lane
Watercolour painting by an Unknown Artist showing an oval portrait of a Lady who sits in a red chair
Oil painting by Percy Shakespeare showing a portrait of Mrs Nell Jenkins. She stands side on with her hands clasped in front of her. She wears a blue dress.
Oil painting by O H J Birley showing a portrait of Captain Dale. He is wears a uniform.
Engraving by J Stewart showing three people in a boat on the lake at the Leasowes. More people are on the grass by the lake and the house can be seen behind them
Etching by Anthony Gross showing some soldiers behind a sandbag baracade keeping watch over Dover during World War II. Seagulls land in front of them.
Oil painting by Edwin Grice showing a view of a bustling Stourbridge High Street with people walking whilst some are on bikes. Two cows walk down to road.
Watercolour painting by Thomas Hearne showing a view of Halesowen Abbey. A figure stands in the water with the building behind them.
Watercolour painting by Thomas Creswick showing a view of Stourbridge from the Dudley Road. Stourbridge can be seen in the bottom of the valley. In the foreground sheep walk along the road and figures stand outside buildings.
Engraving by J S Noble showing Dudley Castle. Much of it is in ruins. Two figures stand in the foreground.
Engraving by Sir Frank Brangwyn showing the Crucifixion with Figures