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The Right Honorable Lord Viscount Milton.
The Right Honorable Lord Viscount Milton. Colonel of the Dorsetshire Volunteer Rangers.
Painted by Mr. T. Beach / Engrav'd by J. Jones Engraver Extraordinary to H.R. His Prince of Wales & Principal Engraver to His R.H. the Duke of York
Publish'd as the Act directs July 20th 1795 by Tho.s Beach Strand Green Kew Bridge.
Mezzotint, platemark 510 x 355mm (20 x 14"). Thread margins.
George Damer, Lord Milton (1746 - 1808), army officer and son of Joseph Damer, 1st Earl of Dorchester. In the 1760s Damer, his brother John and the libertine and politician Thomas Lyttelton went on the grand tour. Damer became involved in a scandal with an Italian coachman, whose family had to be bought off.
CS 56 ii/ii
[Ref: 38368]   £260.00  
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Henry Harington, M.D.
Henry Harington, M.D.
Painted by T. Beach 1799. Engraved by Charles Turner.
Publish'd Novr. 5th. 1799, by T. Beach, Bath.
Mezzotint. 350 x 510mm. Crease across lower left corner of image. Minor surface marks.
Physician at Bath [1727 - 1816].
Whitman 250. Only state.
[Ref: 561]   £320.00  
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The Reverend Mr. Thomas Maxfield,
The Reverend Mr. Thomas Maxfield, Assistant Chaplain to the Right Honourable the Countess of Huntingdon.
T. Beach pinxit. Houston fecit.
Carrington Bowles excudit. Printed for Carrington Bowles, Maps & Printfeller, No.69 in St.Pauls Church Yard LONDON. Published as the Act directs 24th.June 1772.
Very rare mezzotint, state after '76' added lower left. 350 x 250mm. 13¾ x 9¾". A little rubbed. Generally a good impression.
Portrait of Thomas Maxfield (d.1784), Methodist preacher, born in Bristol; one hand solemnly raised, the other resting on an open book. After Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806).
Chaloner Smith 78, II of II.
[Ref: 26152]   £340.00  
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Mr. Tattersall.
Mr. Tattersall.
Painted by Thomas Beach. Engraved by John Jones.
London, Publish'd as the Act directs, Decr. 8th 1787, by T. Beach, No. 54 Wigmore Street, Cavendish Square.
Mezzotint, rare, 505 x 350mm. 19¾ x 13¾". Few foxing marks, surface a little rubbed.
Imposing portrait of Richard Tattersall (1724 - 1795), horse dealer; his left hand resting on a 'Stud Book' on table at right, his right hand on a walking cane, wearing plain coat and hat with buckle. In 1766 he founded Tattersalls, to this day the main auctioneer of race horses in the United Kingdom. Tattersall had been stud groom to the second Duke of Kingston. The first premises occupied were near Hyde Park Corner, in what was then the outskirts of London. Two "Subscription rooms" were reserved for members of the Jockey Club, and they became the rendezvous for sporting and betting men. Among the famous dispersal sales conducted by "Old Tatt" were those of the Duke of Kingston's stud in 1774 and of the stud of the Prince of Wales (afterwards George IV) in 1786. After Thomas Beach (1738 - 1806).
Chaloner Smith 71.
[Ref: 25964]   £620.00  
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