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[Princess Charlotte.]
[Princess Charlotte.] She was a nation's hope_a nation's pride; With her that pride has fled_those hopes have died!
Corbould delint. Kinnersley sculpt.
[n.d. c.1817.]
Stipple on india, with large margins. Plate 178 x 114mm. 7 x 4½". Some foxing.
Corbould's engraving features a disconsolate Britannia weeping over Charlotte's tomb and funerary urn, surrounded by suggestive iconographic details that include her shield and helmet and a lily, while above her hovers a rose-garlanded bust-portrait of Charlotte, surmounted with a halo-like ring of stars from which light radiates downwards. Princess Charlotte of Wales (1796-1817), the only child of George IV and Caroline Brunswick, who tragically died following childbirth aged only 21.
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Sir Henry Clinton.
Sir Henry Clinton. Engraved For The Senator.
Drawn from Life by C. Corbould, Engraved by Chs. Warren, and Published according to Act of Parliament, by C. Cooke, No.17 Paternoster-row Feby. 4 1791.
Etching, 140 x 90mm. 5½ x 3½".
Sir Henry Clinton, the elder (1738? - 1795), general in North America.
[Ref: 9902]   £30.00   (£36.00 incl.VAT)
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Frontispiece.
Frontispiece.
Corbould delt. Eng.d by Collyer.
[n.d. c.1790.]
Engraving. Plate 279 x 208mm. 11 x 8¼". Creasing. Time staining and spotting around the edges.
Adam and even underneath a tree in the Garden of Paradise; animals sit and lie and rest in pairs, nature at harmony.
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[Fan Design.]He Lives For Ever.
[Fan Design.]He Lives For Ever. Britannia bewailing the loss of her fallen Hero who is crown'd by Victory whilst Hope points to Immortality.
Corbould, 37 Foster Lane.
Ent.d. at Stationers Hall & Published as the Act directs, by B. Coker 115 Fleet Street, November 21 1805.
Engraving. Printed area: 120 x 110mm (4¾ x 4¼").
An unused fan design mourning the death of Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar in 1805. A vignette shows three figures, Britannia, Hope and Victory situated around a bust of Nelson. A six line acrostic spelling 'NELSON' is printed on the reverse.
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Forthwith upright he rears from off the pool, His mighty stature._____ Book I.L.321.
Forthwith upright he rears from off the pool, His mighty stature._____ Book I.L.321.
Corbould del.t White sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. March. 1. 1795.
Engraving. 248 x 157mm. 9¾ x 6¼". Trimmed. Staining to left of image.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. Hell; where Satan and his followers have been cast after being defeated by God in Heaven; Satan is stunned to find Beelzebub in a lake of fire that gives off darkness instead of light.
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The Monster moving onward came as fast, With horrid strides; Hell trembled as he strode. Book II.L.675.
The Monster moving onward came as fast, With horrid strides; Hell trembled as he strode. Book II.L.675.
Corbould del.t White sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. May. 1.st 1795.
Engraving. 248 x 158mm. 9¾ x 6¼". Trimmed.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. Satan opens the debate in Pandemonium by claiming that Heaven is not yet lost, and that the fallen angels (or devils) might rise up stronger in another battle if they work together.
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As I bent down to look, just opposite, A Shape within the wat'ry Gleem appear'd Bending to look on me. ____ Book IV. line 480.
As I bent down to look, just opposite, A Shape within the wat'ry Gleem appear'd Bending to look on me. ____ Book IV. line 480.
Corbould del.t White sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. January 1. 1795.
Engraving. 248 x 158mm. 9¾ x 6¼". Trimmed. Staining to right of image.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. Eve found a river and followed it upstream to its source. Her path led to a clear, smooth lake, and Eve looked into the lake, seeing an image in its surface, which she soon discovers is her own. She hears a voice explaining to her that she was made out of Adam, and with him she will become the mother of the human race.
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From his slack hand, the garland wreath'd for Eve, Down dropp'd, and all the faded roses shed. Book IX.L.892.
From his slack hand, the garland wreath'd for Eve, Down dropp'd, and all the faded roses shed. Book IX.L.892.
Corbould del.t White sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. Aug.t 1.1795.
Engraving. 248 x 158mm. 9¾ x 6¼". Trimmed.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. At this point in the story, Eve has fallen to Satan's temptation and rushes to tell Adam that her eyes have been opened. Adam drops the wreath of flowers he made for her, and is horrified by the news as he knows that they are now both doomed.
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Lowly they bow'd adoring, and began Their Orisons, each Morning duly paid In various style.____ Book V. line 144.
Lowly they bow'd adoring, and began Their Orisons, each Morning duly paid In various style.____ Book V. line 144.
Corbould del.t Heath sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. Dec.r 1.1794.
Engraving. 247 x 159mm. 9¾ x 6¼".
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. Adam and Eve on the kneeling on the ground looking toward the Lord uttering their Orisons, their morning prayers.
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Zophiel, of Cherubim the swifest wing, Came, flying, & in mid-air aloud thus cried. Book 6 T.,585.
Zophiel, of Cherubim the swifest wing, Came, flying, & in mid-air aloud thus cried. Book 6 T.,585.
Corbould del.t Saunders sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. Oct.r 1.st 1795.
Engraving. Plate 215 x 159mm. 8½ x 6¼". Trimmed to the plate along the sides.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. The army of Satan ready for the first conflict between Satan and the father.
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____He with his consorted Eve, The story heard attentive.___Book VII.l.50.
____He with his consorted Eve, The story heard attentive.___Book VII.l.50.
Corbould, del.t Heath, sculp.t.
Printed by J. Parsons, No.21 Paternoster Row, February 1.st 1795.
Engraving. 248 x 158mm. 9¾ x 6¼". Trimmed.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. Seated by a lake with Eve, Adam asks the Archangel Raphael about how and why the world was created, as well as about his own creation.
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_____on she came, Led by her heavenly Maker. ____ Book VIII.L.484.
_____on she came, Led by her heavenly Maker. ____ Book VIII.L.484.
Corbould del.t White sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. April. 1.st 1795.
Engraving. 248 x 145mm. 9¾ x 5¾". Trimmed.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. After Adam confessed that he longed for a companion on his arrival in the Garden of Paradise, God created Eve from one of his ribs whilst he slept. This is the moment when Eve arrives in Paradise, at which point Adam falls instantly in love.
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He came, and with him Eve more loth, tho' first To offend, discount'nanc'd both and discompos'd. Book X.L.109.
He came, and with him Eve more loth, tho' first To offend, discount'nanc'd both and discompos'd. Book X.L.109.
Corbould del.t Saunders sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. July. 1.st 1795.
Engraving. Plate 215 x 158mm. 8½ x 6¼". Trimmed to the plate along the sides.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. After the discovery by Heaven of Adam and Eve's temptation and after summoning all angels to Heaven, God sends his Son down to Earth to pass judgement on the couple. In Paradise, the Son calls to Adam, who comes forth shamefacedly along with Eve; they are embarrassed by their nakedness.
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At last, as from a cloud his 'fulgent head And shape, star bright appear'd ____Book X.l.449.
At last, as from a cloud his 'fulgent head And shape, star bright appear'd ____Book X.l.449.
Corbould del.t White sculp.t
Printed for J. Parsons, 21, Paternoster Row. June 1.1795.
Engraving. 247 x 160mm. 9¾ x 6¼". Trimmed.
A plate to some of the text from John Milton's "Paradise Lost"; an epic religious poem concerning the Christian story of the Fall of Man. In book X; the Father and Son and all the angels are aware of Adam & Eve's treachery and that they have eaten from the Tree of Knowledge.
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