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Plan of the Bombardment of St Jean d'Acre on the 2nd November 1840
Plan of the Bombardment of St Jean d'Acre on the 2nd November 1840 with the positions of the different Vessels Composing the allied fleet.
Cap.t Austen R.N. Fecit. Savage Sc.
Engraved for the Montreal Herald 19th January 1841.
Scarce engraved map. 200 x 245mm (8 x 9¾"). Nick in margin.
Scarce plan of the bombardment of Acre by the allied British, Austrian and French squadrons during the Oriental Crisis of 1840. It was published by the Montreal Herald, a Canadian newspaper that ran from 1811-1957.
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Bits of Chelsea  ten original lithographs by T. Austen Brown  text by A. Mac Callum Scott M.P.
Bits of Chelsea ten original lithographs by T. Austen Brown text by A. Mac Callum Scott M.P.
Publishers The Macrae Gallery 16 Fulham Road S.W.3. London [n.d. c.1920].
Book: One original woodcut in colour signed by the artist and ten black and white lithographs in original binding stamped 'Bits of Chelsea T. Austen Brown' on front cover. Edition limited to 75. 4to, each sheet 310 x 255mm. Paper discolouration. Tears lower spine, extremities worn.
Thomas Austen Brown (1856 - 1924), Edinburgh born landscape and genre painter, etcher and woodcut artist. Printed on leaf before title page; 'This Edition de Luxe consists of Seventy-Five Copies, of which this is No. 33 ['33' added in ink by artist, signed in ink underneath]. Illlustrations captioned below as follows: Battersea Bridge, The Church, Old Barges and Battersea Factories, Cheyne Walk, Chelsea Reach, Old Houses Cheyne Walk, The Electric Power Station, The West End of Cheyne Walk, Riley Street, and Albert Bridge by Night. Includes signed woodcut of the River Thames at Battersea.
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[Tom Tit Family].
[Tom Tit Family].
Winifred Austen [signed in pencil lower right].
[n.d.]
Coloured aquatint 190 x 260mm Laid on card backing. Some printing stains in outer margins
By Winifred Austen, R.I., R.E. (1876-1964). Although she also worked in both oils and watercolours, Austen is most highly regarded as an etcher. She made some two hundred etched plates and the naturalist Sir Peter Scott said she was 'certainly the best bird etcher of this century'. illustrator, painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of birds and mammals.
Guichard British Etchers: pg.24. "Warwick Galleries" stamp lower right.
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[Wild Geese on the Marshes.]
[Wild Geese on the Marshes.]
Winifred Austen [signed in pencil lower right].
[n.d.]
Coloured aquatint 290 x 390mm
By Winifred Austen, R.I., R.E. (1876-1964). Although she also worked in both oils and watercolours, Austen is most highly regarded as an etcher. She made some two hundred etched plates and the naturalist Sir Peter Scott said she was 'certainly the best bird etcher of this century'. illustrator, painter, etcher and aquatint engraver of birds and mammals.
Guichard British Etchers: pg.24.
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