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Halt of a Caravan: Scene between Sardis and Philadelphia, Asia Minor.
Halt of a Caravan: Scene between Sardis and Philadelphia, Asia Minor.
Designed and Drawn on Stone by T. Allom. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Fisher Son & Co. Paris and London. [n.d. c.1839.]
Rare Lithograph. 420 x 324mm. 16½ x 12¾". Tear and paper loss top left-hand corner, well off image.
From Thomas Allom's "Character and Costume in Turkey and Italy". A group of Turkish men sit around smoking with hookah smoking shisha.
[Ref: 18397]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The favourite Storyteller of Constantinople.
The favourite Storyteller of Constantinople.
Designed from Nature & on Stone by T. Allom. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Fisher, Son & Co., Paris & London [n.d., c.1845].
Lithograph on india paper, india 330 x 240mm. 13 x 9½". Water stain upper right; marginal spotting.
A Turkish crowd gathers to listen to a public speaker; masts of sailing ships and water in background. By Thomas Allom (1804 - 1872). Possibly from 'Character and Costume in Turkey and Italy. Designed and drawn ... by Thomas Allom, Esq. With descriptive letter-press by Emma Reeve' (21 plates).
Not in Abbey Travel. See BL 747.f.19.
[Ref: 21876]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Transverse Secitonal Perspective of the Lobby to the New House of Commons as proposed by Francis Goodwin Architect [...]
Transverse Secitonal Perspective of the Lobby to the New House of Commons as proposed by Francis Goodwin Architect [...]
Drawn on Stone by T. Allom Printed by C. Hullmandel
Arnold's Magazine of the Fine Arts [c.1833]
Rare lithograph, sheet 275 x 220mm (10¾ x 8½").
Francis Goodwin (1784-1835) was one of seventeen architects invited to submit designs for a new House of Commons in 1833. Goodwin's Perpendicular scheme, seen here, was much admired when he published it. They influenced entries for the new Houses of Parliament which were solicited after the disastrous fire of 1834 made a whole new Houses of Parliament building necessary. That competition, of course, was won by Charles Barry, whose designs resulted in one of London's most iconic buildings.
[Ref: 39756]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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View of Nelson Haven, in Tasman's Gulf, New Zealand,
View of Nelson Haven, in Tasman's Gulf, New Zealand, including a Part of the Site of the intended Town of Nelson.
On Stone by T. Allom from a Drawing made in November 1841 by C. Heaphy Draftsman to the New Zealand Company. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[n.d, 1891?]
Lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 410 x 520mm (16 x 20½"). Tears in margins.
A later strike of Charles Heaphy's view of Nelson Haven, New Zealand, slightly redrawn (lacking the faint sunbeams of the original). Originally published by Trelawny Saunders for the New Zealand Company c.1845, it has been suggested that the series was reprinted in 1891 to mark the 50th anniversary of the expedition this view depicts. Major Charles Heaphy (1821-81) arrived in New Zealand in 1839, going to work for the New Zealand Company; in 1841 he joined Arthur Wakefield on the expedition that led to the founding of Nelson, from where he took part in several expeditions to explore the north west corner of the South Island. In 1864 he was awarding the Victoria Cross for rescuing a wounded comrade during the Maori Wars. The four lithographs of this series are among the best known and most valuable New Zealand prints.
[Ref: 31249]   £240.00  
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View of a Part of the Town of Wellington, New Zealand,
View of a Part of the Town of Wellington, New Zealand, looking towards the South East comprising about one third of the Water Frontage.
On Stone by T. Allom from a Drawing made in September 1841 by C. Heaphy Draftsman to the New Zealand Company. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[n.d., 1891?]
Lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 410 x 520mm (16 x 20½"). Slight foxing.
A later strike of Charles Heaphy's view of Wellington, New Zealand, slightly redrawn (one building has three windows to the original four). Originally published by Trelawny Saunders for the New Zealand Company c.1845, it has been suggested that the series was reprinted in 1891 to mark the 50th anniversary of the expedition this view depicts. Major Charles Heaphy (1821-81) arrived in New Zealand in 1839, going to work for the New Zealand Company; in 1841 he joined Arthur Wakefield on the expedition that led to the founding of Nelson, from where he took part in several expeditions to explore the north west corner of the South Island. In 1864 he was awarding the Victoria Cross for rescuing a wounded comrade during the Maori Wars. The four lithographs of this series are among the best known and most valuable New Zealand prints.
[Ref: 31255]   £450.00  
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