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Pass of the Stelvio_ The Summit.
Pass of the Stelvio_ The Summit.
George Barnard del. Printed by Hullmandel & Watson.
London: Published by J. Barnard, 339, Oxford St.
Lithograph with blue tintstone, sheet 370 x 505mm (14½ x 19¾"). Repaired tears and nicks to edges.
'An avalanche of snow falling over a gallery in the wild pass of the Stelvio. This is the most recently constructed military road over the Monte Stelvio, and is the only means of communication which the Emperor of Austria has to connect his German and Italian States, without violating the territory of another government.' These are the words of th artist George Barnard (fl.1832-90), in whose 'The Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water Colours' a version of this view was published to illustrate ways of representing mist and snow.
[Ref: 27243]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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No 13. The Pollard Willow. Caversham on the Thames.
No 13. The Pollard Willow. Caversham on the Thames.
1868. Geo. Barnard del.t M & N. Hanhart Imp.
London; Published by Winsor & Newton, Rathbone Place, April 1868.
Coloured lithograph. Printed area 330 x 440mm (13 x 17¼"). Wear to edges, two worm holes in sky. Stain off image on left.
A view of Caversham in Berkshire, from 'Barnardís Trees', which illustrated 30 trees 'Drawn on stone by the author, with foreign and home scenes of interest, and short descriptive letter press'. George Barnard, a drawing master at Rugby School, is best known for his 'Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water-Colours'.
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[Ref: 33832]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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View of the Viaduct of the Proposed Great Western Railway.
View of the Viaduct of the Proposed Great Western Railway.
Drawn on stone by George Barnard. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[n.d., c.1835.]
Coloured lithograph on india. 205 x 340mm (8 x 13½"). Backing paper worn.
A rare view of an intended design of the Great Western Railway, showing a low-level viaduct through parkland. It is possible that this is an early design for the Chippenham Viaduct, on a section of the line that opened in 1841.
[Ref: 35365]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Glaciers Of Grindelwald,
The Glaciers Of Grindelwald, With The Mettenburg And Wetterhorn.
[n.d., c.1860.]
Tinted lithograph heightened in white, image 270 x 380mm. Trimmed close to printed area below.
Grindelwald in the canton of Bern in Switzerland. It is the usual starting point for ascents of the Eiger and the Wetterhorn. Nowadays Grindelwald is also a popular summer activity resort with many miles of hiking trails across the Alps. By George Barnard (fl.1832 - 1890), painter and lithographer.
[Ref: 8030]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Hospital, Or Hospenthal.
Hospital, Or Hospenthal. Hospital Receives Its Name From An Hospice Which No Longer Exists...[etc.]...Vide Murray's Handbook.
Geo. Barnard [in image lower left]
[n.d., c.1860.]
Lithograph in sepia, heightened in white, image 272 x 400mm. Trimmed close to printed area below.
View of the town of Hospenthal in the the Urseren valley, Central Switzerland. By George Barnard (fl.1832 - 1890), painter and lithographer.
[Ref: 8029]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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No 26. White Polar or Abele. The Fig & Cypress. N.r Mentone, Coast of Genoa.
No 26. White Polar or Abele. The Fig & Cypress. N.r Mentone, Coast of Genoa.
Geo. Barnard del.t 1868. M & N. Hanhart Imp.
London; Published by Winsor & Newton, Rathbone Place, April 1868.
Coloured lithograph, rare. Printed area 330 x 440mm (13 x 17¼"). Wear to edges, small worm hole in sky.
A view near Menton in France, with the Maritime Alps in the background, from 'Barnardís Trees', which illustrated 30 trees 'Drawn on stone by the author, with foreign and home scenes of interest, and short descriptive letter press'. George Barnard, a drawing master at Rugby School, is best known for his 'Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water-Colours'.
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[Ref: 33830]   £220.00  
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[Soldiers by a Rail Track.]
[Soldiers by a Rail Track.]
[G H. Barnard]
[n.d., c.1945]
Etching, Unicorn watermark. Plate: 180 x 245mm (7 x 9¾").
A view in which two soldiers stand in conversation near a ruined building and a railtrack.
[Ref: 44725]   £180.00  
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Tonbridge Wells.  Plate 3. Part 2.
Tonbridge Wells. Plate 3. Part 2. from the Common.
[G. Barnard.]
[London: Ackermann & Co., n.d., c.1830.]
Lithograph, fragment from a sheet of three landscape vignettes. Sheet 185 x 340mm, 7¼ x 13½". Glued to album page, glue stains to extremities.
Figures, some in carriages or on horseback, with a prospect of Royal Tunbridge Wells, Kent, beyond. From the third plate of George Barnard's (d.1890) oblong folio 'Landscape reminiscences... Tonbridge Wells and its Vicinity'.
See Abbey Scenery 329, 3. See Wellcome Library no. 22944i.
[Ref: 24264]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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No.29 Cedars of Lebanon. Warwick Castle.
No.29 Cedars of Lebanon. Warwick Castle.
Geo. Barnard delt 1868. M & N Hanhart Imp.
London, Published by Winsor & Newton, Rathbone Place, April 1868.
Very fine coloured lithograph. 336 x 513mm (13¼ x 20¼").
Cedars of Lebanon with Warwick Castle in the background, from 'Barnardís Trees', which illustrated 30 trees ' Drawn on stone by the author, with foreign and home scenes of interest, and short descriptive letter press'. George Barnard, a drawing master at Rugby School, is best known for his 'Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water-Colours'.
[Ref: 19294]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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No. 30. The Juniper. The Forest of Fontainbleau.
No. 30. The Juniper. The Forest of Fontainbleau. Datur Hora Quieti 1868.
Geo. Barnard delt 1868. M&N Hanhart Imp.
London, Published by Winsor & Newton Rathbone Place April 1868.
Very fine coloured lithograph. 348 x 513mm (13¾ x 20¼").
The forest of Fontainbleau southeast of Paris, from 'Barnardís Trees', which illustrated 30 trees ' Drawn on stone by the author, with foreign and home scenes of interest, and short descriptive letter press'. George Barnard, a drawing master at Rugby School, is best known for his 'Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water-Colours'.
[Ref: 19293]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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No 28. The Olive, Aloe &c. n.r Nice, Coast of Genoa.
No 28. The Olive, Aloe &c. n.r Nice, Coast of Genoa.
1868. Geo. Barnard del.t M & N. Hanhart Imp.
London; Published by Winsor & Newton, Rathbone Place, April 1868.
Coloured lithograph, rare. Printed area 330 x 440mm (13 x 17¼"). Wear to edges, two worm holes in sky.
A coastal view near Nice in France, from 'Barnardís Trees', which illustrated 30 trees 'Drawn on stone by the author, with foreign and home scenes of interest, and short descriptive letter press'. George Barnard, a drawing master at Rugby School, is best known for his 'Theory and Practice of Landscape Painting in Water-Colours'.
Not in Abbey.
[Ref: 33831]   £220.00  
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