Roy Julien David, “Vue des ruines d'un Temple de Corinthe (view of the ruins of a temple of Corinth)”, (drawn by J.D. le Roy, engraved by Le Bas), in Les Ruines de plus beaux monuments de la Grece, engraving, 28x44,20, Amsterdam or Paris?, 1758.
Mayer Luigi, “Ruins of an ancient temple near Corinth”, in Views in the Ottoman Empire, chiefly in Caramania, a part of Asia Minor hitherto unexplored; with some curious selections from the islands of Rhodes and Cyprus, and the celebrated cities of Corinth, Carthage, and Tripoli: from the original drawings in the possession of Sir R. Ainslie, taken during his embassy to Constantinople by Luigi Mayer: with historical observations and incidental illustrations of the manners and customs of the natives of the country, Lithograph, London, 1803/1776?.
Haller von Hallerstein Carl, “Gehöfte um den Apollontempel von Korinth“, Freiherr von Lallersche Familienstiftung, Korinth 1601, pencil drawing 20x32,20, dated 13.9.1810.
Gell William, “Temple at Corinth”; sheet 17 from sketch-book 4; remains of temple towards centre of drawing; building behind, brown ink and graphite, 23,50x47,00 cm, British Museum, Museum number 1853,0307.337, 1810.
Cockerell Charles Robert, “View of Corinth with the Temple of Apollo in the centre Graphite”, British Museum, Museum number 2012,5001.244, Graphite, 1810-15.
Williams Hugh Williams, “Remains of an ancient temple at Corinth. Mount Citheron in the distance”, (drawn by Williams, engraved by Lizans, W.H.), in Select views in Greece with classical illustrations, engraving, 8x12, London, 1829.

Stackelberg Otto Magnus von, “Vue de Corinthe. Prise du pied de la citadelle (view of Corinth from the citadelle)”, (drawn by O.M. von Stackelberg, lithographed by P. Gavarni and S. Frey), in La Grèce. Vues pittoresques et topographiques dessinées par O.M. Baron de Stackelberg, lithograph, 22,10x37,50, Paris, 1834.

Williams Hugh Williams, “Near view of the ancient temple of Corinth”, in Select Views in Greece with Classical Illustrations, v. Ι, engraving, London, 1829.

 

Heideck Carl Wilhelm von, “Smugglers before the temple of Corinth”, 46x59, Old and New National Galleries (Alte und Neue Nationalgalerie), Berlin, 1829.
Cockerell Charles Robert, “Temple de Minerve Chalinitis a Corinthe”, (drawn by Cockerell, engraved by Thon), in Stackelberg Otto Magnus von, La Grèce, vues pittoresques et topographiques, lithograph, 23x39, Paris, 1834.
Page William, “Corinth from the Acropolis”, in Finden's Landscape and portrait illustrations to the life and works of Lord Byron, v. II, engraving, 1833.

 

Stackelberg Otto Magnus von, “Vue de Corinthe. Prise du pied de la citadelle (view of Corinth from the citadelle)”, (drawn by O.M. von Stackelberg, lithographed by P. Gavarni and S. Frey), in La Grèce. Vues pittoresques et topographiques dessinées par O.M. Baron de Stackelberg, lithograph, 22,10x37,50, Paris, 1834.

Stackelberg Otto Magnus von, “Vue de Corinthe. Prise du pied de la citadelle (view of Corinth from the citadelle)”, (drawn by O.M. von Stackelberg, lithographed by P. Gavarni and S. Frey), in La Grèce. Vues pittoresques et topographiques dessinées par O.M. Baron Stackelberg,  lithograph, 22,10x37,50, Paris 1834.

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Cole William, “Temple of Neptune”, in Select Views of the Remains of Ancient Monuments In Greece, from Drawings taken on the spot by William Cole, 1833 (colour litho), Cole, William (fl.1833) / Private Collection / The Stapleton Collection / The Bridgeman Art Library, colour engraving, London, 1835.
Purser William, “Ruins of an ancient temple at Corinth”, (drawn by Purser, engraved by Floyd), in Wordsworth Christopher, Greece pictorial, descriptive and historical, engraving, 12,40x17,80, London, 1844.
Allan John H., “Corinth”, in A pictorial tour in the Mediterranean, tinted lithograph, 19,40x28,20, London, 1843.
Sinety Andre Louis De, “Vue de Corinthe”,(drawn by de Sinety, lithographed by Bayot), in Voyage de S.A.R. Monseigneur le Duc de Montpensier à Tunis, en Égypt, en Turquie et en Grèce, lithograph, 26,10x38,70, Paris, 1847.
Stackelberg Otto Magnus von, “L'ancienne agora de Corinthe (The ancient Agora of Corinth)”, (drawn by O.M. von Stackelberg, lithographed by P. Gavarni and S. Frey) In La Grèce. Vues pittoresques et topographiques dessinées par O.M. Baron de Stackelberg, lithograph, 21x37,5, Paris, 1834.
Stackelberg Otto Magnus von, “L'ancienne agora de Corinthe (The ancient Agora of Corinth)”, (drawn by O.M. von Stackelberg, lithographed by P. Gavarni and S. Frey) In La Grèce. Vues pittoresques et topographiques dessinées par O.M. Baron de Stackelberg, lithograph, 21x37,5, Paris, 1834.
Mayer Luigi, “Ruins of an ancient temple near Corinth”, in Views in the Ottoman Empire, chiefly in Caramania, a part of Asia Minor hitherto unexplored; with some curious selections from the islands of Rhodes and Cyprus, and the celebrated cities of Corinth, Carthage, and Tripoli: from the original drawings in the possession of Sir R. Ainslie, taken during his embassy to Constantinople by Luigi Mayer: with historical observations and incidental illustrations of the manners and customs of the natives of the country, Lithograph, London, 1803/1776?.
Bough Samuel, “The town and Isthmia of Corinth from the Acropolis”, (drawn by Bough, engraved by Miller W.), in The Imperial Bible Dictionary, engraving, 11,60x20,40, London, 1866.
Bough Samuel, “The town and Isthmia of Corinth from the Acropolis”, (drawn by Bough, engraved by Miller W.), in The Imperial Bible Dictionary, engraving, 11,60x20,40, London, 1866.
Blouet Abel, “View of fountains –Corinthe”, in Abel Blouet, Expédition Scientifique de Morée: Architecture, sculptures et vues v. III, Paris, 1838.
Fauvel Louis-François-Sébastien, “Temple of Corinth”, in Thomas Hope, Collection of drawings, sepia drawing, Benaki Museum, Athens.
Bartlett William, Willmon A, “Corinth“, 1842.
John Peter (Gandy) Deering, “View of Corinth; row of fluted columns in centre leading into distance, farm building to left, low mountains in distance Graphite”, British Museum, Museum number 1885,0314.321, 12,60x24,30.
Deering John Peter (Gandy) Deering, “View of Corinth; temple ruins in centre with other modern buildings behind and to l, mountains beyond Graphite”, British Museum, Museum number 1885,0314.310, 13,0x24,30.
Deering John Peter (Gandy) Deering, “View of Corinth; temple ruins in centre with other modern buildings behind and to l, mountains beyond Graphite”, British Museum, Museum number 1885,0314.310, 13,0x24,30.
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