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Catalogue: Decorative
[The Young Waltonians - Stratford Mill.]
[The Young Waltonians - Stratford Mill.]
Brunet Debaines [pencil signature.]
London, Published May 25th 1883 by P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., 13 & 14 Pall Mall East.
Etching, signed by the engraver. 385 x 510mm, 15 x 20". Crease within platemark.
Alfred-Louis Brunet-Debaines (1845-1939), French painter & printmaker. From 1884 to 1897 he lived in Britain, and in 18789 and 18878 his views of London, Oxford and Edinburgh appeared in portfolio.
Based on Constable's oil exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1820, titled 'Landcape', showing young anglers around Stratford Mill on the Stour, about two miles west of East Bergholt, looking south toward Gun Hill. The old papermill was replaced about 1850 by a macaroni factory!

[Ref: 10042]   £220.00  
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From an Original Picture of Zuccarelli's
From an Original Picture of Zuccarelli's
Zuccarelli Pinx.t / Pouncey sculp.t
London, Pub.d Dec.r 31 1777 by V.M. Picot N. 471 Strand
Engraving, plate 330 x 375mm (13¼ x 14½"). Very large margins; Good impression.
Landscape with a young farmer milking a cow, after the Italian painter Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-88), who spent much of the 1750s and 1760s in England (he was a founder member of the Royal Academy). Woman and child possibly asking for charity or money.
[Ref: 38621]   £290.00  
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Engraved from an Original Picture of F. Zuccarelli In the Possession of W.m Herring Esq.r
Engraved from an Original Picture of F. Zuccarelli In the Possession of W.m Herring Esq.r
F. Zuccarelli pinx.t F. Vivares Sculp
Publish'd by F. Vivares 15th January 1756
Fine copper engraving with very large margins on 3 sides, platemark 400 x 500mm (15¾ x 19¾").
Landscape with two figures and dog resting on right, horseman driving cows and goat on left, and Italianate buildings in background. The British Museum have an impression numbered '15' lower left (absent here). The Italian landscape painter Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-88) spent much of the 1750s and 1760s in England (he was a founder member of the Royal Academy). This engraving from one of his paintings is by Francis Vivares (1709-1780), one of the foremost landscape engravers of his time.
[Ref: 28337]   £420.00  
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[Zuccarelli Landscape.]
[Zuccarelli Landscape.] Engraved from an Original Picture of F. Zuccarelli, in the Possession of Frederick Frankland Esq.r. No 16
F. Zuccarelli Pinx.t. F. Vivares Sculp.
Published by F. Vivares. 15th January 1756.
Fine engraving. Platemark: 400 x 500mm (15¾ x 19¾"). Very large margins. Repaired tear at top centre.
A decorative landscape scene with a woman holding a child talking to a man lying beside the road which leads upwards towards a farm in the centre. At the right is a stream with two men fishing with nets. After founding member of the Royal Academy, Francesco Zuccarelli (1702 - 1788).
[Ref: 37810]   £260.00  
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Piccola preda il desio nostro appaga
Piccola preda il desio nostro appaga
Zucarelli Pinx. in Domo J. Smith
appo Wagner in Merzeria Ven.a C.P.E.S.
Rare engraving, sheet 350 x 460mm (13¾ x 18"). Trimmed inside platemark. Slight foxing.
Rural landscape with fishermen by a stream and cattle led along a path to the left. Engraved after the Italian landscape painter Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-88), who spent much of the 1750s and 1760s in England (he was a founder member of the Royal Academy). This print was made from a picture in the collection of Joseph Smith., English collector, patron and British Consul in Venice who commissioned several works from Zuccarelli.
[Ref: 38608]   £350.00  
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Engraved from an Original Picture of F. Zuccarelli In the Possession of W.m Herring Esq.r
Engraved from an Original Picture of F. Zuccarelli In the Possession of W.m Herring Esq.r
F. Zuccarelli Pinx.t / F. Vivares Sculp
Publish'd by F. Vivares 15th January 1756
Engraving, platemark 405 x 500mm (16 x 19¾"). Creased. Large margins.
Landscape after the Italian painter Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-88), who spent much of the 1750s and 1760s in England (he was a founder member of the Royal Academy). Engraved by Francis Vivares (1709-80), widely considered to be the best engraver of Claude Lorrain's landscapes. His engraving of paintings by Zuccarelli may have resulted from his acquaintance with the artist's Venetian publisher Joseph Wagner.
[Ref: 38613]   £270.00  
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[Zuccarelli Landscape.]
[Zuccarelli Landscape.] Engraved from an Original Picture of F. Zuccarelli, in the Possession of William Herring Esq.r.
F. Zuccarelli Pinx.t. F. Vivares Sculp.
Published by F. Vivares. 7th August 1753.
Fine engraving. Platemark: 400 x 495mm (15¾ x 19¼"). Very large margins. Slight repaired tear top centre.
A landscape with a woman sitting at the side of a path, a child leaning against her shoulder. She has a basket attached to a stick beside her, holding out one hand towards a lady on horseback who pauses to listen to another woman, holding out both hands. In the middle gound, a man is driving cattle towards a town at the top of the hill in the background. After founding member of the Royal Academy, Francesco Zuccarelli (1702 - 1788).
[Ref: 37811]   £360.00  
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[Zuccarelli Landscape.]
[Zuccarelli Landscape.] Engraved from an Original Picture of F. Zuccarelli, In the Possession of William Herring Esq.r. No 11
F. Zuccarelli Pinx.t. F. Vivares Sculp.
Published by F. Vivares. 7th August 1753.
Fine engraving. Platemark: 400 x 495mm (15¾ x 19¼"). Very large margins.
A landscape with a woman lying asleep at the edge of a stream, her head on her basket, with one arm around her gourd and staff, which trails in the water. Two children are beside her, one reaching out with a stick to tickle her face. A woman stands next to them, with a basket, staff and a dog, pointing towards the town in the distance on the left, while a man driving cattle along the bank behind them turns to look at the travellers. After founding member of the Royal Academy, Francesco Zuccarelli (1702 - 1788).
[Ref: 37812]   £360.00  
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[Set of four landscapes after Francesco Zuccarelli]
[Set of four landscapes after Francesco Zuccarelli] Fording; Rural Delights; The careful Shepherd; The Joyous Shepherd [parallel text in French]
F. Zuccarelli pinxt F. Vivares direct et Excudit [c.1750]
Four engravings, each platemark approx 255 x 350mm (10 x 13¾"). Small margins. Plate 4 creased.
Set of landscapes after the Italian landscape painter Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-88), who spent much of the 1750s and 1760s in England (he was a founder member of the Royal Academy). Engraved and published by Francis Vivares (1709-80), French landscape engraver who moved to London aged eighteen. Vivares engraved many of Zuccarelli's paintings, probably because as a young man he had developed a professional relationship with the Swiss engraver Joseph Wagner, who became Zuccarelli's publisher in Venice.
[Ref: 40653]   £390.00   view all images for this item
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[Engraved after the Original Picture in the Possession of James Connell Esq.r to whom this Plate is inscribed by W. Byrne]
[Engraved after the Original Picture in the Possession of James Connell Esq.r to whom this Plate is inscribed by W. Byrne]
Painted by F. Zuccarelli / Engraved by Will.m Byrne / The Figures by F. Bartolozzi
Published as the Act directs Jan 27th 1775 by Wm. Byrne No. 69 Wells Street Oxford Street London
Fine engraving proof impression, platemark 435 x 520mm (17 x 20½"). Large margins. Foxed & staining.
The Tempest: landscape with approaching storm, shepherd hurrying his flock and a woman reaching to help up another woman. Originally published as one of a pair (with The Calm) after the Italian landscape painter Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-88), who spent much of the 1750s and 1760s in England (he was a founder member of the Royal Academy). Like many engravings of the period, this was a collaboration between two printmakers: one specialising in landscape (William Byrne) and another specialising in figure engraving (Francesco Bartolozzi).
De Vesme 2473
[Ref: 38611]   £320.00  
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Happy Villagers
Happy Villagers
F. Zucarelli Pinx. / J. Mason sculp.t
Published by R. Pollard Printseller, Spa Fields, London.
Fine engraving, platemark 410 x 510mm (16 x 20"). Large margins, tears inside platemark top edge.
Rural landscape near river, engraved after the Italian landscape painter Francesco Zuccarelli (1702-88), who spent much of the 1750s and 1760s in England (he was a founder member of the Royal Academy).
[Ref: 38609]   £260.00  
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