Books about Mulready:

booksMulready by Marcia Poynton (Dec 1986)

booksWilliam Mulready (The Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art) by Kathryn Moore Heleniak (Sep 10, 1980)

booksDrawings By William Mulready by Anne Rorimer (1972)

booksThe looking glass: A true history of the early years of an artist [i. e. William Mulready] by William Godwin (Jan 1, 1885)

booksThe Mulready Advertisements by Malcolm G Lowe (1983)

booksMulready: A Book With Catalogue, Published to Accompany the Exhibition, William Mulready : 1786-1863 Organized... by Marcia Pointon (Sep 1987)

booksMemorials of William Mulready, R.A by Frederic George Stephens (Jan 1, 1890)


Wiki information Mulready:

Mulready stationery

Mulready stationery describes the postal stationery lettersheets and pre-gummed envelopes that were introduced as part of the British Post Office postal reforms of 1840. They went on sale on 1 May, 1840, and were valid for use from 6 May. The...

William Mulready
Painting Artist, Person, Deceased Person, Visual Artist

William Mulready was an Irish genre painter living in London. He is best known for his romanticizing depictions of rural scenes, and for creating Mulready stationery letter sheets, issued at the same time as the Penny Black postage stamp.