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Engraved after an Original Picture of Mr Paul Sandby, in the Possession of Mr Meyer.
Engraved after an Original Picture of Mr Paul Sandby, in the Possession of Mr Meyer.
P. Sandby pinxit. B. Green Aqua forte fecit. J. Peake sculpt. Londini.
T. Bradford Fleet Street, excudit. [n.d., c.1770.]
Etching and engraving, sheet 495 x 375mm. 19½ x 14¾". Trimmed within plate. Some foxing.
Italian landscape in oval frame with a family of beggars receiving charity from one of two men on horseback in the foreground. Castle, river and bridge in middle-distance, mountains in the background.
After Paul Sandby (1725 - 1809).

From the Capper album.
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Landscape [tree and cottage].
Landscape [tree and cottage].
Lettered under image at left with production detail Nuneham after P Sandby 1764.
Etching. 199 x 257mm. Trimmed to plate and laid on old album paper.
Landscape. 1764. George Simon, [Viscouint Nuneham] 2nd Earl Harcourt, [1736 - 1809] politician, statesman and gifted amateur and friend of Sandby. Viscouint Nuneham went of the grand tour in 1755 and prior to leaving had had lessons in drawing from both, Knapton and Cozens. Sandby was a frequent visitor to Nuneham Courtney and the drawings and etchings of Sandby and Nuneham give insight to what was a long and enduring friendship. On his return from Italy Nuneham became MP for St. Albans 1761-8, Master of the Horse for Queen Charlotte 1790. Married 26 September 1765 his cousin Elizabeth, daughter of George, 1st Lord Vernon and Martha his wife (sister of 1st Earl Harcout). Also known by Newnham & Nuneham as shown in the way the etchings are signed.
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XII Views in North Wales Being Part of a Tour through that Fertile and Romantick Country
XII Views in North Wales Being Part of a Tour through that Fertile and Romantick Country under the Patronage of the Honourable Sir Watkin Williams Wynn Bart. to whom they are most Humbly Inscribed by his most Obedient and most Humble Servant Paul Sandby R.A. MDCCLXXV No 2
P. Sandby Fecit.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament by P. Sandby St Georges Row Oxford Turnpike Sep.r 1st 1776
Aquatint with large margins, platemark 240 x 315mm (9½ x 12½"). Excellent condition
Title page to the set of views in north Wales published in 1776 by Paul Sandby (bap. 1731, d. 1809). Sandby, one of the foremost landscape artists of his generation, had published a similar set of views in south Wales the previous year, having collected material during sketching tours in 1771 and 1773 with Sir Watkin Williams Wynn, Charles Greville, and Joseph Banks, the dedicatees of the two sets. Over the coming decades Wales became highly popular amongst tourists searching for romantic and picturesque landscapes, due in no small part to Sandby's popular depictions.
Abbey 511; For a view from the series see ref. 8376
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Windsor from Mr Isherwood's Brewhouse in Datchet Lane.
Windsor from Mr Isherwood's Brewhouse in Datchet Lane.
P. Sandby Fecit. 1780.
Published by T. Palser, Surry side Westminster Bridge 1812.
Etching and coloured aquatint, sheet 205 x 280mm. 8 x 11". Trimmed to plate. Slightly stained.
Attractive view from Mr Isherwood's Brewhouse of horses pulling wagons loaded with beer barrels, and Windsor Castle beyond. After Paul Sandby (1725 - 1809), watercolourist and printmaker. Born in Nottingham, he came to London in 1745 where he joined his brother Thomas at the Board of Ordnance. He is best remembered for his watercolours and as the first British printmaker to use aquatint systematically. Sandby executed several other versions of this view, varying the disposition of the figures and the dray carts, or adding groups of figures and animals. The British Museum has a Sandby watercolour similar to this view without any figures or animals in the foreground.
See BM: 1904,0819.89.
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