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Beaumont College. ___
Beaumont College. ___ "The Lawn on Speech Day".
Painted by H.J. Brooks. Etched by E.W. Evans.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Plate 438 x 675mm. 17¼ x 26½".
A view of ladies and gentlemen, masters, students and friends, gathered on the bank of the River Thames with a marquee to the right and a fountain in the middle-foreground by a statue. Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967.
[Ref: 22024]   £220.00  
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[Beaumont College. ___
[Beaumont College. ___ "The Lawn on Speech Day".]
[Pencil signatures:] H. Jamyn Brooks. E.W. Evans.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 431 x 666mm. 17 x 26¼".
A view of ladies and gentlemen, masters, students and friends, gathered on the bank of the River Thames with a marquee to the right and a fountain in the middle-foreground by a statue. Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967.
PSA: Vol.II. AP. 100.
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[Beaumont College. ___
[Beaumont College. ___ "The Lawn on Speech Day".]
[Pencil signatures:] H. Jamyn Brooks. E.W. Evans.
London, Published March 18.th 1892, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Printseller's Association stamp. Remarque in title area. Plate 431 x 672mm. 17 x 26½".
A view of ladies and gentlemen, masters, students and friends, gathered on the bank of the River Thames with a marquee to the right and a fountain in the middle-foreground by a statue. Beaumont College, the Jesuit public school in Old Windsor, Berkshire, the school was closed in 1967. Remarque of the arms of the college.
PSA: Vol.II. Rem.AP. 60.
[Ref: 22026]   £320.00  
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[Eton College, Gateway,
[Eton College, Gateway, "Entrance to School Yard".]
H Jamyn Brooks. FG Stevenson [signed in pencil].
London, Published Sept. 12th 1891, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to the Queen, 111 New Bond Street W. Copyright Registered.
Hand coloured etching, signed artist's proof from an edition limited to 100. 400 x 540mm, 15¾ x 21¼". Some age toning to paper.
Pupils in a courtyard at Eton College, in traditional uniform of top hat, black tailcoat and waistcoat, and pinstriped trousers. Eton College, often referred to simply as Eton, is a British independent school for boys aged 13 to 18. It was founded in 1440 by King Henry VI as "The King's College of Our Lady of Eton besides Wyndsor". Printsellers' Association blindstamp lower left. After Henry Jamyn Brooks (1865 - 1925).
Printsellers' Association p.111.
[Ref: 20388]   £240.00  
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[Harrow. ____ 4th Form Room.]
[Harrow. ____ 4th Form Room.]
[Pencil signatures:] H. Jamyn Brooks. F.G. Stevenson. [Etched in image:] FGS Sculpt.
London, Published Feb.y 2.nd 1891, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 431 x 567mm. 17 x 22¼". Creasing to upper left-hand corner, some soiling around edges.
The interior of a classroom at Harrow School, founded in 1571. This is the original schoolroom of John Lyon's foundation and still contains the canopied seat provided for the first master, and the uncomfortable forms upon which the first generation of Harrow boys sat. Carved on the dingy oak panelling which surrounds the room are the names, rudely cut by their own hands, of Byron, Sir Robert Peel, Sir William Jones, Lord Palmerston, Sheridan and other Harrovians.
PSA: Vol I. AP. 100.
[Ref: 22036]   £280.00  
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[Harrow. ____ 4th Form Room.]
[Harrow. ____ 4th Form Room.]
[Pencil signatures:] H. Jamyn Brooks. F.G. Stevenson. [Etched in image:] FGS Sculpt.
London, Published Feb.y 2.nd 1891, by Mess.rs Dickinson & Foster, Publishers to The Queen. 114, New Bond Street, W. Copyright Registered.
Etching. Proof before title, signed in pencil. Remarque in title area. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 426 x 561mm. 16¾ x 22".
The interior of a classroom at Harrow School, founded in 1571. This is the original schoolroom of John Lyon's foundation and still contains the canopied seat provided for the first master, and the uncomfortable forms upon which the first generation of Harrow boys sat. Carved on the dingy oak panelling which surrounds the room are the names, rudely cut by their own hands, of Byron, Sir Robert Peel, Sir William Jones, Lord Palmerston, Sheridan and other Harrovians. Remarque of the arms of Harrow School.
PSA: Vol I. Rem.AP. 60.
[Ref: 22037]   £280.00  
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