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Rowlandson The Caricaturist.
Rowlandson The Caricaturist. A Selection from his Works with Anecdotal Descriptions of his Famous Caricatures and A Sketch of his Life, Times, and Contemporaries with about four hundred illustrations. In Two Volumes - Vol. I. [&] Vol. II
by Joseph Grego Author of 'James Gillray, The Caricaturist; His Life, Works, and Times'.
London. Chatto and Windus, Piccadilly 1880. London: Printed by Spottiswoode and Co, New-Street Square and Parliament Street.
Book: 4to (278 x 214mm). Morocco leather binding. Binding worn and tearing away. Some spotting on pages. A few pages loose.
An illustrated narrative of a selection Rowlandson's works.
[Ref: 14209]   £460.00   view all images for this item
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Rowlandson. Watercolours and Drawings.
John Hayes.
Phaidon Press Limited, 5 Cromwell Place, London SW7. First published 1972, by Phaidon Press Limited.
Book: 4to (280 x 215mm). Slight tear to top left-hand corner of cover.
An illustrated narrative of some of Rowlandson's watercolours and drawings, including some biographical notes.
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 79-190599.
[Ref: 10069]   £45.00  
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Recollections of Rubens.
Recollections of Rubens.
By Jacob Burckhardt.
London: Phaidon Press Ltd. All Rights Reserved by Phaidon Press Ltd. 1 Cromwell Place, London, S.W.7. MCML [1950.] Made in Great Britain and Printed at the Curwen Press.
8vo (190 x 121mm. 7½ x 4¾".), with marble board covers and calf spine with title in gilt.
An illustrated first edition. Jacob Burckhardt's penetrating essay conveys a vision of the background against which Ruben's works were produced, and gives revealing explanations of the paintings and their style, and a highly interesting sketch of the painter's life as well. Sir Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) was a Flemish Baroque painter, and a proponent of the extravagant Baroque style that highlighted the late 16th and early 17th centuries. As a diplomat he was knighted by both Philip IV, King of Spain, and Charles I, King of England.
[Ref: 22176]   £20.00  
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Fine Prints of the Year. An Annual Review of Contemporary Etching and Engraving. Volume One. Containing reproductions of etchings, etc., issued or made during the year ending October, 1923.
Edited by Malcolm C. Salaman. Hon. Fellow, Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers.
London: Halton & Truscott Smith, Limited. 1924.
Book: 4to (289 x 222mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped onto spine and front cover. 208 pages including illustrations. Binding worn and scratched. Some sporadic spotting.
An illustrated catalogue of the finest prints of 1923.
[Ref: 10456]   £120.00  
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Fine Prints of the Year. An Annual Review of Contemporary Etching and Engraving. Volume Seven. Containing reproductions of Etchings and Engravings issued or made during the year ending October, 1929.
Edited by Malcolm C. Salaman. Hon. Fellow, Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers. American Section by Helen Fagg.
London: Halton & Truscott Smith, Ltd. New York: Minton, Balch & Company.
Book: 4to (281 x 220mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped onto spine and front cover. 20 pages of narrative. 100 plates. 24 pages for 'Directory of Etchers and Engravers'. Binding worn and torn slightly.
An illustrated catalogue of the finest prints of 1929.
[Ref: 10455]   £120.00  
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Royal Society of Painter-Etchers and Engravers. Etchings and Engravings. What they, and are not, with some notes on the care of prints
by Sir Frank Short, R.A. President of the Society.
Published by the Society, at the Gallery. 5A, Pall Mall East, London, S.W. 1912.
Book: 8vo (222 x 174mm). Board binding with cloth spine. 40 pages with illustrations. Edition of 500. Binding scuffed and rubbed with edgewear. Some gentle spotting on the first few pages.
An illustrated narrative outlining the different techniques of engraving, the various states and proofs, and the printing methods.
[Ref: 10425]   £45.00  
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On the Making of Etchings.
by Frank Short.
London. Robert Dunthorne, at the sign of the Rembrandt Head in Vigo Street. W. 1888.
Book: 8vo (212 x 175mm). Board binding with cloth spine. 33 pages with illustrations. Binding scuffed and rubbed with some staining. Spotting across the pages.
An illustrated narrative on the making of etchings. Outlines the methods, techniques and tools required to produce etchings.
[Ref: 10424]   £60.00  
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The Liber Studiorum Mezzotints of Sir Frank Short R.A., P.R.E. after J.M.W. Turner, R.A.
Catalogue & Introduction by Martin Hardie C.B.E., R.E.
Publication Number Seventeen. The Print Collectors' Club 5A Pall Mall East, London, S.W.1. MCMXXXVIII [1938].
Book: 8vo (247 x 185mm). Limited edition 310/500. Illustrated catalogue of 131 pages. Cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front binding in gilt, and title along spine. Binding worn.
[Ref: 10328]   £90.00  
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The Etched and Engraved Work of Sir Frank Short Vol. II. The Mezzotints and Aquatints of Sir Frank Short, R.A., P.P.R.E. other than those for the Liber Studiorum.
Catalogue & Introduction by Martin Hardie C.B.E., R.E.
Publication Number Seventeen. The Print Collectors' Club 26 Conduit Street, London, W.1. MCMXXXIX [1939].
Book: 8vo (247 x 185mm). Limited edition 52/400. Illustrated catalogue of 75 pages. Cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front binding in gilt, and title along spine. Binding worn and peeling away from text at spine.
An illustrated catalogue of the mezzotints and aquatints of Sir Frank Short.
[Ref: 10329]   £90.00  
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The Etched and Engraved Work of Sir Frank Short. Vol. III. Etchings, Dry-Points, Lithographs by Sir Frank Short, R.A., P.P.R.E.
Catalogue & Introduction by Martin Hardie C.B.E., R.E.
Publication Number Nineteen. The Print Collectors' Club 26 Conduit Street, London, W.1. MCMXL. [1940].
Book: 8vo (247 x 187mm). Illustrated catalogue of 90 pages. Limited edition 142/400. Cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front binding in gilt, and title along spine. Binding worn and scuffed.
An illustrated catalogue of Sir Frank Short's etching, drypoints and lithographs. Sir Frank Short (1857-1945) painter and engraver, Master of the Art Workers Guild in 1901, 1902.
[Ref: 10330]   £90.00  
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An Eighteenth Century Artist & Engraver. John Raphael Smith His Life and Works with Thirty Photographs.
by Julia Frankau. Author of 'Eighteenth Century Colour Prints'
London. Macmillan and Co., Limited. 1902.
Book: 4to (255 x 171mm). Original cloth binding. Binding worn with some stains. Sporadic spotting.
An illustrated biographical collection of various examples of the work of John Raphael Smith.
[Ref: 10126]   £85.00  
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An Eighteenth Century Artist & Engraver. John Raphael Smith His Life and Works.
An Eighteenth Century Artist & Engraver. John Raphael Smith His Life and Works.
by Julia Frankau.
Published by Macmillan and Co., Limited. London. 1902.
Book. 4to (180 x 260mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped on spine and front. Binding worn, some staining. Foxing on pages.
The definitive work on the paintings and mezzotints of British artist and engraver John Raphael Smith (1752-1812). Since updated by D' Oench.
Ex: Collection the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 36438]   £65.00  
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Sport and the Horse. The Virgina Museum of Fine Arts.
Introduction by Basil Taylor.
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Paintings Assembled at the Museum in Richmond From April 1 through May 15, 1960.
Book: oblong 4to (237 x 271mm). Tatty and torn dust jacket. Otherwise fine.
An illustrated and concise catalogue of the exhibition held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 60-10152.
[Ref: 10084]   £45.00  
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Sporting Aquatints and Their Engravers. Vol. 1. [&] Vol. 2.
by Charles Lane.
F. Lewis, Publishers, Limited. Publishers by Appointment to the Late Queen Mary. The Tithe House, Leigh-on-Sea, England. First Published 1979.
Two vols: 4to (280 x 220). Limited to Five Hundred Copies only. Slight tear and scuffing to dust jacket. Otherwise fine condition.
A catalogue of sporting and hunting aquatints including illustrations.
[Ref: 10081]   £160.00  
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Sporting Art England 1700-1900.
Stella A Walker.
Clarkson N. Potter, Inc./Publisher New York Distributed by Crown Publishers, Inc. Published 1972. Tears and rips to the dust jacket. Otherwise fine with title stamped along spine in gilt.
A comprehensive reference book on British sporting art compiled with illustrations and subdivided into genres.
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 70-187507.
[Ref: 10088]   £45.00  
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Old English Sporting Books
Ralph Nevill. Edited by Geoffrey Holme.
Published by The Studio Limited, London MCMXXIV [1924].
Book: 4to (314 x 252mm). This Edition is limited to one thousand five hundred copies of which this is number 144. Limited edition. Worn red cloth cover, with a few markings and stains.
Catalogue of illustrated sporting prints.
[Ref: 10089]   £65.00  
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Steel Engravings in Nineteenth Century British Topographical Books.
Steel Engravings in Nineteenth Century British Topographical Books.
A Bibliography Compiled by Merlyn Holloway.
Holland Press London 1977.
4to, blue cloth gilt; pp. vii + 206. Bonhams ink stamps on front endpaper.
A biliography listing the plates of topographical books by the likes of Allom, Brayley, Shepherd and Tombleson.
[Ref: 45207]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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The Etchings of William Strang & Sir Charles Holroyd being a Lecture delivered to the Print Collector's Club on Wednesday 5th April 1933
by Campbell Dodgson C.B.E., Hon. R.E.
Publication Number Twelve. The Print Collectors' Club. 5A Pall Mall East, London, S.W.I. MCMXXXIII [1933].
Book: 8vo (249 x 185mm). Limited edition 212/500. Illustrated catalogue of 61 pages. Board and cloth binding with Print Collectors' Club emblem stamped on front. Binding worn. Some spotting.
William Strang [1859-1921 and Sir Charles Holroyd [1861-1917].
[Ref: 10333]   £25.00  
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George Stubbs. 1724 - 1806. Science into Art.
Herbert W. Rott.
Published by Prestel Publishing Ltd. 4 Bloomsbury Place, London, WC1A 2QA.
Book: D/W. Quarto. pp. 240. Illustrated colour wrappers. Profusely illustrated in both colour and monochrome throughout.
Although George Stubbs is best known for his images of hounds and horses charging round the British countryside, the painter was also an avid student of the broader animal world. This volume features gorgeous colour reproductions of paintings that highlight the painter's genius for combining realism and lyricism. It includes numerous drawings and prints - among them the exceptional studies for his 'The Anatomy of the Horse' series. Informative essays discuss Stubbs' superb aesthetic sensibility, his far-reaching scientific studies, and his place in the pantheon of eighteenth-century European painters.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28113]   £120.00  
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The Engraved Work of George Stubbs 1724-1806.
The Engraved Work of George Stubbs 1724-1806. An Exhibition curated by The British Sporting Art Trust at Bonhams...
[Compiled by Nicholas Price et al.]
[Newmarket.] The British Sporting Art Trust, 2005.
4to, illustrated wrappers; pp. 82, illustrated in colour & b/w.
An exhibition of over 90 engravings by Stubbs.
[Ref: 45206]   £50.00  
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George Stubbs. The Complete Engraved Works.
Christopher Lennox-Boyd. Rob Dixon. Tim Clayton.
Stipple Publishing Limited 1989.
Book: 4to (321 x 237mm). Title stamped on spine in gilt. Dust jacket a little creased along edges, but otherwise in very fine condition.
A very comprehensive, concise and coherent illustrated complete one volume narrative of the life and the entire engraved works of George Stubbs.
[Ref: 10097]   £160.00  
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George Stubbs.
George Stubbs. Anatomist and Animal Painter.
Judy Egerton.
Published by the Tate Gallery Publications Department, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG. 1976.
Book: Quarto. pp. 64. Illustrated wrappers. Containing monochrome illustrations; four exhibition photographs.
An exhibition catalogue published by the order of the Trustees to accompany the exhibition of 25th August - 3rd October 1976, 'George Stubbs; anatomist and animal painter', at the Tate Gallery.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28990]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs and the Wedgwood Connection.
Ruth Vincent-Kemp.
Printed and produced in Great Britain by Rushton and Turner., Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. First edition limited to 2000 copies.
Book: Octavo. pp.64. Colour illustrated wrapper. Illustrated throughout.
An account of the important episodes of both George Stubbs' and Josiah Wedgwoods' lives. The author Dr. Ruth Vincent-Kemp, also comments on other great figures of that period, mainly from the medical profession, such as Erasmus darwin and John Hunter.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28081]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs.
Martin Myrone.
First published by order of the tate Trustees by Tate Publishing, a division of Tate Enterprises Ltd. Millbank, London SW1P. 4RG.
Book: Octavo. Colour illustrated wrapper. Illustrated with 50 colour and 11 black and white images. pp.80.
In this highly original study, Martin Myrone presents a less familiar account of George Stubbs. From his earliest anatomical studies through to his depictions of exotic animals and experiments with the industrialist Josiah Wedgwood, Stubbs is shown to have been dynamically engaged with the science, technology and popular culture of his day.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28082]   £30.00  
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George Stubbs. Walker Art Gallery.
Published for the Libraries, Museums and Arts Committee of the Corporation of Liverpool. 1951.
Book: Octavo. pp.26. Illustrated wrapper. Containing 8 monochrome illustrations.
A catalogue for an exhibition held from 13th July to 25th August at the Walker Art Gallery, 1951.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28087]   £45.00  
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Stubbs & Wedgwood. Unique alliance between Artist and Potter.
Bruce Tattershall.
Published by the Tate Gallery Publications Department, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG.
Book: Quarto. Illustrated coloured wrapper. pp. 119. Extensively illustrated in both monochrome and colour throughout.
Published by order of the Trustees for the exhibition of 19th June - 18th August 1974, Stubbs & Wedgwood.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28110]   £60.00  
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Stubbs. Portraits in Detail.
Judy Edgerton.
Published by Tate Gallery Publications, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG.
Book: Oblong quarto. pp. 46. Illustrated colour wrappers. Heavily illustrated throughout with colour images.
Published by order of the Trustees for the exhibition, 18th October 1984 - 6th January 1985, Stubbs: Portraits in Detail. Selected and introduced by Judy Egerton.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28111]   £30.00  
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The Prints of George Stubbs.
Basil Taylor.
Published in Great Britain by The Paul Melon Foundation for British Arts. 38, Bury Street, London, SW1.
Book. Oblong quarto. pp. 60. Illustrated wrappers. Extensively illustrated in monochrome throughout.
A book published by The Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art, including descriptions and analysis of the prints of George Stubbs.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28112]   £45.00  
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The Art of George Stubbs.
Venetia Morrison.
Published in Great Britain in 1989 by Headline Book Publishing PLC.
Book: D/W. Quarto. pp. 191. Colour illustrated wrappers. Heavilly illustrated in both monochrome and colour throughout.
This book presents Stubbs' celebrated horse images and explores his fascination with anatomy and dissection, as well as his erratic relationship with the establishment.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28114]   £60.00  
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George Stubbs A.R.A. Etchings. Leopards at Play 1780 [/] The Spanish Pointer 1768.
Leslie Parris.
Published in Great Britain by Battley Brothers Printers, 37 Old Town, Claphm, london, SW4 0JN.
Book: Octavo. pp. 15. Illustrated in monochrome throughout.
An illustrated commentary and notes by Leslie Parris to accompany 'Leopards at Play' and 'The Spanish pointer', by George Stubbs.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28117]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs. 1724 - 1806. Whitechapel Art Gallery. February - April, 1957.
Printed in England by the Chaseton Press of H. Williams and Son Ltd.
Book: Quarto. pp. 28. Illustrated wrappers. Containing 22 monochrome illustrations.
Catalogue of an exhibition of paintings, drawings and engravings held at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, from 27th February - 7th April, 1957.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28119]   £40.00  
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George Stubbs. Rediscovered Anotomical Drawings from the free Public Library Worcester, Massachusetts.
Published by The Arts Council of Great Britain, 1958.
Book: Octavo. pp. 32. Illustrated wrappers. Containing four monochrome illustrations.
Includes an essay by Basil Taylor, a 63 item catalogue and four black and white illustrations.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28123]   £45.00  
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Stubbs in the 1760s. November 3rd - December 5th. A Loan Exhibition of Paintings in aid of the Westminster Division of the British red Cross Society to celebrate their centenary in 1970.
Published by Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd., 43 old Bond Street, W. 1.
Book: Oblong quarto. pp. 41. Colour illustrated wrappers. Including 17 monochrome illustrations.
A catalogue for the exhibition, 'Stubbs in the 1760s', including an introductory essay by Basil Taylor and 17 monochrome illustrations.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28124]   £45.00  
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Stubbs & the Horse.
Malcolm Warner.
Published by Yale University Press, New Haven. 2005.
Book: D/W. Quarto. pp.227. Colour illustrated wrappers. Extensively illustrated throughout with 110 colour images and 131 black and white.
The catalogue of an exhibition at the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Nov. 14, 2004-Feb. 6, 2005; the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Mar. 13-May 29, 2005; and the National Gallery, London, June 29-Sept. 25, 2005. This book presents a wide range of Stubbs' imagery, from refined portraits of racehorses to violent scenes of horses attacked by lions in the wild. With an essay by Lance Mayer and Gay Myers.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28126]   £60.00  
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Fearful Symmetry. George Stubbs. Painter of the English Enlightenment.
Ncholas J. Hall.
Published by Hall & Knight Ltd. 2000.
Book: Quarto. pp.213. Colour illustrated wrappers. Profusely illustrated with both black and white and colour images throughout.
This catalogue accompanied an exhibition from January 21st - February 28th 2000 in New York; 21 East 67th Street, New York, NY, 10021. Includes essays by Nicholas H. J. Hall, Malcolm Cormack, Judy Egerton and Richard Godfrey.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28128]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs: A Celebration.
George Stubbs: A Celebration.
First published 2006 by order of the Tate Trustees by Tate Publishing, a division of Tate Enterprises Ltd, Millbank, London SW14 4RG.
Book: Quarto. pp. 15. Colour illustrated wrappers. Illustrated in colour throughout.
An exhibition catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition, George Stubbs: A Celebration, at the Walker Art Galler, Liverpool: 7 April - 30 July 2006, Tate Britain, London: 21 August 2006 - 1st January 2007, The Frick Collection, New York: 21 February - 27 May 2007.
Ex: Collection of Judy Egerton.
[Ref: 28986]   £20.00  
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The Graphic Arts. Modern Men and Modern Methods
by Joseph Pennell N.A. Author of the Graphic Arts Series, Modern Illustration The Illustrations of Books.
The Cammon Lectures for 1920 Published for the Art Institute of Chicago by the University of Chicago Press. Chicago, Illinois.
Book: 4to (235 x160mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped in spine and front cover. Binding worn, tear in the spine.
An illustrated narrative on etching, lithography and wood engraving - examining the methods and the artists themselves.
[Ref: 10215]   £45.00  
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The Print Collector
by Muriel Clayton, M.A. Assistant in the Department of Engraving, Illustration and Design, Victoria and Albert Museum.
Herbert Jenkins Limited. 3 York Street, St. James's London S.W.1. First Printing 1929.
Book: 8v0 (215 x 137mm). Cloth binding with title stamped onto spine and frontcover. Binding worn.
An illustrated reference book and narrative providing information on various methods and techniques of print making.
[Ref: 10219]   £30.00  
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The Wonders of Engraving. Illustrated with thirty-four Wood-engravings, by P. Sellier.
by George Duplessis.
London, Sampson Low, Son, and Marston, Crown Buildings, 188, Fleet Street. [1871].
Book: 8vo (199 x 134mm). Cloth binding with black and gilt patterning on the front cover, and similar on the spine but also with gilt title stamped. Binding worn.
An illustrated reference, with chapters broken down by schools of art; the artists prominent in each school, and the techniques and processes adopted by each school.
[Ref: 10221]   £60.00  
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James Tissot. Catalogue Raisonné of his Prints
by Michael Justin Wentworth.
The Minneapolise Institute of Arts May 25-July 16, 1978. Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute August5-September 17, 1978. Published by The Minneapolis Institute of Arts. 1978.
Book: 4to (280 x 213mm). Paperback. Illustrated with 356 pages. Binding a little dirty.
James Jacques Joseph Tissot (October 15, 1836 August 8, 1902) was a French painter. A comprehensive and illustrated catalogue of the works of James Tissot.
[Ref: 10356]   £160.00  
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The History of Turner's Liber Studiorum with a New Catalogue Raisonné
by Alexander J. Finberg. Author of "A Complete Inventory of the Drawings of the Turner Bequest," "Turner's Sketches 7 Drawings," etc.
London: Ernest Benn Limited. 8 Bouverie Street, E.C.4. 1924.
Book: thick 4to (281 x 222mm). Cloth binding with title in gilt stamped onto spine. 373 pages inclusive of illustrations. Binding worn. Some spotting.
A very comprehensive narrative to the reasoning and history behind Turner's Liber Studiorum; followed then by a Catalogue Raisonné of Turner's works.
[Ref: 10444]   £300.00  
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Etchings & Dry Points.
By S. Tushingham. Notes by P.G. Konody.
James Connell & Sons, Ltd., 47, Old Bond Street, London, W.1. And at 31, Renfield Street, Glasgow. [1928].
Book: 8vo (222 x 162mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped into spine and frontcover. Worn binding.
An illustrated and annotated catalogue of the engraved works of Sidney Tushingham (1-39 in Vol.1).
[Ref: 10233]   £50.00  
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Twentieth-Century Prints.
Twentieth-Century Prints.
Jirí Siblík.
The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited. London. New York. Sydney. Toronto. Hamlyn House, Feltham, Middlesex, England. 1970.
4to (318 x 241mm. 12½ x 9½".), with white cloth covers, image on front and title along spine; also with original dust jacket. Dust jacket worn, torn and scuffed.
Jirí Siblík has chosen illustrations that show the freedom of the modern printmaker to combine the old techniques and experiment with the new. There is a selection of 64 illustrations, 32 of which are coloured, accompanied by a short text, biographical notes and a photograph of the artist. The book is organised into the following chapters: figurative art; graphic elements; colour; shapes; structures and symbols; and constructivism.
[Ref: 22107]   £30.00  
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Francis Unwin Etcher and Draughtsman With a Memoir by Campbell Dodgson, C.B.E. Seventeen Colltype Press.
edited by John Nash
and published by The Fleuron Limited. 101 Russell Street, London, W.C.1. 1928.
Book: 8vo (258 x 192mm). Board binding with cloth spine. 'Francis Unwin' stamped along spine in gilt. This edition is limited to 300 copies. Most pages stamped by the "Royal Institute British Architects MDCCCXXXIV" [1834]. Binding worn. Some time staining on edges of pages.
A small memoir of the artist Francis Unwin followed by a catalogue of some of his works.
[Ref: 10327]   £130.00  
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Catalogue of The Highly Interesting Collection of Original Drawings by Carlo Pellegrini, Leslie Ward, James Tissot, Theobald Chartran, and others. Reproductions of which have been published in "Vanity Fair" during the first twenty years of the publication of that Journal, from January, 1869, to March, 1889. Which Will be Sold by Auction by Messrs. Christie, Manson & Woods at their great rooms. 8 King Street, St. James's Square. On Tuesday, March 5, 1912, and Three Following Days at One o'clock precisely. May be viewed the Saturday and Monday preceding, and Catalogues has, at Messrs. Christie, Manson and Woods' Offices, 8 King Street, St. James's Square, London, S.W.
Sale: March 5, 1912. London: Printed by Bradbury, Agnew & Co., Limited, 10, Bouverie street, E.C., and Tonbridge, Kent.
A very rare booklet: 8vo (246 x 163mm). Paperback binding. 152 pages of 860 lots to be auctioned. Binding torn with front cover torn off.
A very interesting catalogue of the original drawings, to be auctioned, used in Vanity Fair Publications during their first twenty years.
[Ref: 10437]   £160.00  
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Von Schongauer Bis Beckmann Zeichnungen un Druckgraphik Aus Fünfhundert Jahren.
Von Schongauer Bis Beckmann Zeichnungen un Druckgraphik Aus Fünfhundert Jahren.
Museum der Bildenden Künste Leipzig. Georgi-Dimitroff-Platz 1.9. November 1990 - 2. Januar 1991.
Printed in Germany, im Oktober 1990. Eine Ausstellung von C.G. Boerner im 165. Jahr des Bestehens anläßlich der Gründung des Neuen Leipziger Kunstvereins.
4to (272 x 202mm. 10¾ x 8".), with original dustjacket glued to the book at the spine.
An illustrated catalogue produced for an exhibition held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Leipzig: 'From Schongauer to Beckmann - drawings and prints from five centuries; [CG Boerner, an exhibition of the 165th Year of existence on the occasion of the founding of the Leipzig Art Association]'.
[Ref: 22088]   £20.00  
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Life and Letters of Frederick Walker, A.R.A.
Life and Letters of Frederick Walker, A.R.A. Our business is not to wish the artist different, but to find out what he is, and to love him within the necessary limits of his sphere.-Stopford Brooke. With Illustrations.
By John George Marks.
London. Macmillan and Co., Ltd. New York: The Macmillan Co. 1896. (The Right of Translation and Reproduction is Reserved.) Richard Clay and Sons, Limited, London and Bungay.
4to (280 x 196mm. 11 x 7¾".), with dark green cloth covers, title stamped in gilt on front cover and spine. Binding slightly worn and scuffed.
Frederick Walker (1840-1875) was an English social realist painter and illustrator, who was described by Sir John Everett Millais as 'the greatest artist of the century'. This book focuses on his early years and then from 1858 the chapters follow every year of his life. It was in 1858 that he was admitted as a student at the Royal Academy.
Ex Collection: Leggatts.
[Ref: 22095]   £60.00  
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James Ward, R.A. His Life and Works With a Catalogue of his Engravings and Pictures
by C. Reginald Grundy.
London. Published by Otto Limited, Carmelite House, E.C. 1909.
Book: 4to (278 x 212mm). Some spotting. Binding a little worn with some staining.
An illustrated biography with a full listing of the works of James Ward.
Ex Leggatt
[Ref: 10116]   £65.00  
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British Mezzotinters. Thomas Watson, James Watson, Elizabeth Judkins with six plates
by Gordon Goodwin.
London A.H.Bullen. 47, Great Russell Street, W.C. MCMIV [1904].
Book: 4to (251 x 193mm). Cloth binding with title stamped on spine in gilt. Binding rubbed and scuffed. Some sporadic spotting.
An illustrated catalogue of the mezzotints by Thomas & James Watson, and Elizabeth Judkins.
[Ref: 10340]   £90.00  
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G.F.Watts Reminiscences "What is, is, - and one should not desire to make it seem to be other" G.F.Watts.
by Mrs. Russell Barrington. Author of "The Reality of the Spiritual Life," "Lena's Picture," "Helen's Ordeal," "A Retrospect," etc.
London. George Allen, 156, Charing Cross Road, 1905.
Book: 4to (241 x 174mm). Cloth binding with gilt title on spine and 'G.F.Watts' in gilt on front cover, plus gilt patterning. 210 textual pages plus illustrations. Binding worn. Some sporadic spotting.
An illustrated narrative of the life and work of G.F. Watts.
[Ref: 10451]   £50.00  
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