BURY, Priscilla Susan Falkner (1799–1872). Amaryllis Superba. Brazil (imported bulb) at Mrs. Arnold Harrison's 21st April, 1828.
maryllis Solandriflora: or Amaryllis Johnsoni raised by Mrs. A. Harrison from seed produced September 1824
BURY, Priscilla Susan Falkner (1799–1872). Amaryllis Reginae. Fairfield, 31 March, 1829.
BURY, Priscilla Susan Falkner (1799–1872). Amaryllis Psitticina. Liverpool: Botanic Garden.
BURY, Priscilla Susan Falkner (1799–1872). Amaryllis Picta. R. Harrison's Esquire 16th April 1829.
BURY, Priscilla Susan Falkner (1799–1872). Amaryllis Crocata. Papilia Nestor. Brazil. P.S. Falkner, [5th February],1826
Gang of Negro Slaves Shipping Cotton from a Plantation on the Alabama River, by torchlight - on a Steam Boat for Mobile. U.S
BROOKE, William Henry (1772–1860) - BUCKINGHAM, James Silk (1786–1855). Covered Bridge and Steam-Boat - River Chatahoochee, dividing the States of Georgia and Alabama, America. London: 1842.
BROOKE, William Henry (1772–1860) - BUCKINGHAM, James Silk (1786–1855). Court House, Medical College, and Presbyterian Church, Augusta, Capital of the State of Georgia, U.S. London: 1842.
View of Richmond the Capital of Virginia, U.S. on the James River, Looking downwards
BRANDES, Jan (1743-1808). Original watercolor drawing of a banana plantation and pickers in Java. [Sweden: ca 1779-1785].
BOXER REBELLION - EUROPEAN SCHOOL. Three Dramatic Scenes of the Eight-Nation Alliance Relieving the Siege of Diplomatic Legations in Beijing. Ca 1900-1905.
BOWDICH, later LEE, Sarah (1791-1856). Original Watercolor and Gouache Drawing of a pair of Stickleback Fishes. 1828-1836.
BOECKHOLTZ, Francois Van (fl 1773 - 1819). Korte beschreiving van den soekoon, of broodboom op Java. Samarang, 1794
BESSA, Pancrace (1772-1846). Still Life with Oranges, Pomegranates, Leaves, a Sprig of Mint and Orange Flowers. First quarter 19th-century.
BESSA, Pancrace (1772-1846). An Owl with its Prey. Paris: First quarter 19th-century.
BECK, George Jacob (1748 – 1812). The Falls of the Potomac. Circa 1795 – 1798.
BAYER, Johann Christoph (1738-1812). A White Primula Auricula with Caterpilla. Nuremberg: ca 3rd and 4th quarters, 18th-century.
BARRABAND, Jacques (1767-1809). Red-Billed Toucan (Le Tocan a Collier Jaune). Watercolor and gouache on paper. c. 1800