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[Rev.d John Bartlam, A.M.]
[Rev.d John Bartlam, A.M.]
[Painted by Geo. Dawe Esq.r R.A. Engraved by James Godby.]
[London: Edward Orme, 1823.]
Stipple, rare proof before letters, with very large margins. 375 x 285mm (14¾ x 11¼").
John Bartlam (1770-1823), vicar of Ponseland, Northumberland and Beoley, Worcestershire.
NPG D21485.
[Ref: 34383]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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H.R.H. The Duke of Kent and Strathearn, K.G. &c.&c.&c. [&] H.R.H. The Duchess of Kent &c.&c.&c.
H.R.H. The Duke of Kent and Strathearn, K.G. &c.&c.&c. [&] H.R.H. The Duchess of Kent &c.&c.&c.
Painted by Geo. Dawe. Esq.re R.A. [and Engraved by Thos. Wright, From the Original Picture in the Possession of H.R.H. the Duchess of Kent.]
[London, Published Decr. 1819, by Mr. Dawe, 22, Newman Street.]
A pair of stipple engravings. 393 x 310mm (15½ x 12¼") [&] 393 x 330mm (15½ x 13"). Trimmed.
Edward Augustus, Duke of Kent and Strathearn (1767-1820), fourth son of King George III and father of Queen Victoria. He was appointed a General and Commander-in-Chief of British forces in North America. In 1802 he was appointed Governor of Gibraltar and nominally retained that post until his death. With portrait of Princess Maria Luise Victoria of Saxe-Coburg-Saalfeld, Princess of Leiningen, Duchess of Kent (1786-1861). Following the sudden death of her husband, she was allowed a suite of rooms in the dilapidated Kensington Palace, along with several other impoverished nobles.
Provenance: Elizabeth Anne Hippisley of Ston Easton.
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Alexandra Feodorowna,  Empress Of Russia,  A Princess of Prussia.
Alexandra Feodorowna, Empress Of Russia, A Princess of Prussia.
[Anon., c.1825.]
Stipple with aquatint, sheet 190 x 130mm. 7½ x 5". Trimmed within plate, faint ageing in the paper.
Princess Charlotte of Prussia (Frederica Louise Charlotte Wilhelmina, 1798 - 1860) was, as Alexandra Feodorovna, Empress consort of Russia as the wife Nicholas I.
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[Cyrillic name] Lieutenant General Kourouta.
[Cyrillic name] Lieutenant General Kourouta.
Painted by order of H.I.M. Alexander 1st by G.Dawe Esq.re. Member of the Royal Acad.y of Arts, London, that of St Petersburg &c &c: Engraved on Steel by Hen.y Dawe London.
London. Published May 1st 1825 for the Proprietor by Mess.rs Colnaghi [Russian publishers in Cyrillic].
Mezzotint. 370 x 280mm.
Dimitry D. Kuruta (1770-1833). George Dawe (1781-1829) spent from 1819 to 1828 in St Petersburg, invited by Tsar Alexander to paint the portraits of the superior officers who had fought in the Napoleonic Wars. Over 300 of these are in the Hermitage Museum.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 1582]   £230.00  
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[Cyrillic name] General Count Wittgenstein.
[Cyrillic name] General Count Wittgenstein.
Painted by order of H.I.M. Alexander 1st by G.Dawe Esq.re. Member of the Royal Acad.y of Arts, London, that of St Petersburg &c &c: Engraved on Steel by Hen.y Dawe London.
London. Published May 1st 1825 for the Proprietor by Mess.rs Colnaghi [Russian publishers in Cyrillic].
Mezzotint. 370 x 280mm.
Pyotr Kh. (Ludwig Adolf Peter) Wittgenstein (1769-1843). George Dawe (1781-1829) spent from 1819 to 1828 in St Petersburg, invited by Tsar Alexander to paint the portraits of the superior officers who had fought in the Napoleonic Wars. Over 300 of these are in the Hermitage Museum.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 1591]   £230.00  

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Tho.s Wilson.
Tho.s Wilson.
G. Dawe Esq.re. R.A. G. Parker.
Published Jan.y 1830, by Holdsworth & Ball, 18 St. Paul's Church Yard, London.
Engraving laid on India paper. Platemark: 230 x 150mm. (9 x 6").
Thomas Wilson (1773–1858) was a Tyneside poet, from Low Fell in Gateshead. His most famous work, an example of Tyneside Dialect Literature, is The Pitman's Pay, originally published between 1826 and 1830. He went on to write many other songs and pieces of prose, most of which were published by George Routledge & Sons of The Broadway, Ludgate, London. One of his best known and loved works was 'The Weshin’ Day', and his last was 'The Market Day' written towards the end of his life.
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