J. Reynolds Pinx. R. Brookshaw Fecit.
Printed for John Bowles No. 13 in Cornhill.
Mezzotint and Etching with very large margins. 120mm x 150mm, (4¾" x 6"). Portrait of Miss Emma and Miss Elizabeth Crewe, sisters of John Crewe (later Lord Crewe). Reduced copy of another print from the same Reynolds portrait by Richard Brookshaw (also published by Bowles).
CS 7; not in Hamilton.
[Ref: 31908] £120.00
Le Jugement De Paris. Grave d'apres le Tableau Original, qui est au Cabinet de M. le Comte de Cuypers et de Rymenam, a Brusselles.
R. Brookshaw fecit, 1778.
Mezzotint printed in sanguine, sheet 305 x 390mm. 12 x 15¼". Trimmed. Vertical crease through plate. Stained/soiled. Paris was the son of Priam, king of Troy, and appears in a number of Greek legends. He awards the Apple of Discord to the goddess Aphrodite, choosing her as winner in a contest of beauty also involving Hera and Athena.
By Richard Brookshaw (1736 - c. 1804), mezzotinter and draughtsman. He worked in London, Paris (from 1773), Brussels and Amsterdam (1779).
[Ref: 10259] £260.00
The Jovial Flanderkins, after a Painting of Teniers.
Printed for John Bowles, at No.13 in Cornhil [n.d., c.1780].
Mezzotint, 355 x 255mm. Paper age toned, some foxing, small repaired tear lower left margin. Pipe smoking Flemish peasants after Teniers, by Richard Brookshaw, mezzotinter and draughtsman (1736 - c.1804).
[Ref: 7726] £220.00