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Graphic Illustrations Of Animals, Shewing Their Utility To Man, In Their Services During Life And Uses After Death.
Graphic Illustrations Of Animals, Shewing Their Utility To Man, In Their Services During Life And Uses After Death. The Ass.
Designed and Drawn on Stone by W Hawkins.
Published by Thomas Varty, 31, Strand, London. [n.d., c.1850.]
Hand coloured lithograph, sheet 360 x 415mm. 14¼ x 16¼". Vertical centrefold as normal.
A central illustration of an ass is surrounded by eight vignette scenes depicting the commercial uses and relationship to man of the animal, in life and death (each captioned). Plate to 'Graphic Illustrations Of Animals', illustrated by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins (1807 - ?1889), artist and sculptor of natural history subjects. In 1852 he was appointed director of the fossil department at the Crystal Palace, where he worked with Richard Owen on the famous models of dinosaurs and other extinct lifeforms. Numbered 'Pl. 6' upper right.
[Ref: 10526]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Taureau _ Bull _ Toro _ Stier.]
[Taureau _ Bull _ Toro _ Stier.]
H. Lalaisse.
[London: Victor Delarue _ Berlin, S.P. Christmann. Monrocq frères. édit. imp. r. Suger, 3, Paris.] [n.d., c.1850.]
Lithograph, proof before letters. Sheet 255 x 340mm (10 x 13½").
A sketch portrait of a bull, published in the 'Grand Cours d'Animaux'.
[Ref: 43471]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[Bull.]
[Bull.]
S. N. 1825.
Lithograph on india. 245 x 330mm (9¾ x 13") large margins. Tear in backing paper taped.
Profile of a bull, standing in a field, house behind.
[Ref: 43475]   £150.00  
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The Chaff-Cutter.- D. Teniers.
The Chaff-Cutter.- D. Teniers.
[Ralph Cockburn c.1816.]
Aquatint with fantastic colour. Sheet: 180 x 230mm (7 x 9"). Trimmed to printed image and mounted on card with captions pasted below as issued.
A rural scene showing a chaff-cutter at work in a farmyard while a horse eats from a bale of hay. From a collection of aquatints of popular paintings in the Dulwich Picture Gallery's collection drawn, engraved and published by Ralph Cockburn, keeper of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, between 1816-1820.
Abbey 201.
[Ref: 43561]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Hens attacked by an eagle.]
[Hens attacked by an eagle.]
Fra; Barlow delin. Fra: Place fecit.
P.Tempest Excud. [n.d., engraved c.1680 but 18th century impression.]
Etching. 140 x 185mm (5½ x 7¼"), 18th century watermark very large margins. Paper lightly toned.
An eagle swooping down into a farmyard. The print was orginally published in Francis Barlow's ''Multae et diversae avium species variis formis et pernaturalibus figuris per Fra. Barlow Anglum''. This later state has the pagination '5.c.' bottom left.
BM 1835,0711.2.
[Ref: 44091]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[A farmyard with chickens and pig.]
[A farmyard with chickens and pig.]
Fra: Barlow delin. Fra: Place fecit.
P.Tempest Excud. [n.d., engraved c.1680 but 18th century impression.]
Etching. 135 x 180mm (5¼ x 7"), very large margins. Paper lightly toned.
A cockeral, hens & chickens, a pig's head poking out from a sty. The print was orginally published in Francis Barlow's ''Multae et diversae avium species variis formis et pernaturalibus figuris per Fra. Barlow Anglum''. This later state has the pagination '4.c.' bottom left.
[Ref: 44166]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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[A farmyard with hen and chicks.]
[A farmyard with hen and chicks.]
Fra: Barlow delin.
P.Tempest Excud. [n.d., engraved c.1680 but 18th century impression.]
Etching. 135 x 180mm (5¼ x 7"), very large margins. Paper lightly toned.
This print was orginally published in Francis Barlow's ''Multae et diversae avium species variis formis et pernaturalibus figuris per Fra. Barlow Anglum''. This later state has the pagination '3.c.' bottom left.
[Ref: 44167]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Crossing the Bridge.- A. Pynakeer.
Crossing the Bridge.- A. Pynakeer.
[Ralph Cockburn c.1816.]
Aquatint with fantastic colour. Sheet: 165 x 220mm (6½ x 8¾"). Trimmed to printed image and mounted on card with captions pasted below as issued.
A group of figures and animals cross a bridge in a rural landscape. From a collection of aquatints of popular paintings in the Dulwich Picture Gallery's collection drawn, engraved and published by Ralph Cockburn, keeper of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, between 1816-1820.
Abbey 201.
[Ref: 43557]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Courtyard with a Farrier shoeing a Horse.]
[Courtyard with a Farrier shoeing a Horse.] From the Original by Wouvermans.
[Ralph Cockburn c.1816.]
Aquatint with fantastic colour. Sheet: 180 x 230mm (7 x 9"). Trimmed to printed image and mounted on card with captions pasted below as issued.
A scene in a courtyard in which a farrier shoes a horse, women and man gather and a shepherd herds his flock. From a collection of aquatints of popular paintings in the Dulwich Picture Gallery's collection drawn, engraved and published by Ralph Cockburn, keeper of the Dulwich Picture Gallery, between 1816-1820.
Abbey 201.
[Ref: 43560]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Vache Normande _ Cow _ Vacca _ Kuh _ Vaca.
Vache Normande _ Cow _ Vacca _ Kuh _ Vaca. Grand Cours d'Animaux (Autographie d'après nature).
H. Lalaisse.
London: Victor Delarue _ Berlin, S.P. Christmann. Monrocq fr. édit. imp. r. Suger, 3, Paris. [n.d., c.1850.]
Lithograph. Printed area 300 x 445mm (11¾ x 17½"). Surface soiling.
A sketch portrait of a cow, published in the 'Grand Cours d'Animaux'.
[Ref: 43469]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cow.]
[Cow.]
[n.d., c.1825.]
Coloured lithograph on india. 245 x 330mm (9¾ x 13") large margins.
Profile of a cow, standing in a field, river behind.
[Ref: 43476]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Recumbent cow]
[Recumbent cow]
H.V.D. Poorten [c.1850]
Etching, platemark 95 x 165mm (3¾ x 6½").
Etching by Hendrik Josef Franciscus Van Der Poorten (1789-1874), Antwerp-based painter and printmaker favouring landscape and animal subjects.
[Ref: 47308]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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A Devonshire Bull.
A Devonshire Bull.
Pub: by G. Garrard, London. July 18th. 1799.
Hand-coloured engraving, with large margins, very fine First issue. Paper watermarked: 1794. Plate 325 x 482mm. 12¾ x 19". Some creasing to upper left; soiling in margins.
A Devonshire bull, one of the Devon Ruby breed from North Devon. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection: 94
[Ref: 27422]   £290.00  
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Sussex Bull from the Earl of Egremont's Stock.
Sussex Bull from the Earl of Egremont's Stock.
Pub. by G. Garrard, London. July Jan.y 1.st 1801.
Hand-coloured engraving with large margins, First issue. Paper watermarked: J Whatman 1801. Plate 351 x 462mm. 13¾ x 18¼".
A Sussex Bull. The Sussex cattle are a red breed that have descended from the draught oxen long used on the Weald, which were selectively bred from the late 18th century to form a modern beef breed. George O'Brien Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont (1751-1837) established a pedigree herd of Sussex Cattle, which are still maintained at Stag Park, in the northern part of the Petworth Park estates. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection.
[Ref: 27423]   £290.00  
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A Suffolk Cow, In the Possession of Samuel Whitbread Esq.r
A Suffolk Cow, In the Possession of Samuel Whitbread Esq.r
Pub. March 1. 1802, by George Garrard, Agricultural Museum, 28 George St. Hanover Sq.r
Hand-coloured engraving with large margins, very fine First issue. Paper watermarked: J Whatman 1801. Plate 311 x 468mm. 12¼ x 18½".
A Suffolk Cow. In the possession of Samuel Whitbred (1758-1815) the MP for Bedford. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
See Ref: 22910 for a portrait of Samuel Whitbred. Boalch The Rothamsted Collection.
[Ref: 27424]   £260.00  
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A Bull from the Island of Shetland, In the Possession of John Maitland Esq.r
A Bull from the Island of Shetland, In the Possession of John Maitland Esq.r
London, Pub: March 1, 1802 by George Garrard, Agricultural Museum, 28, George St.t Hanover Sq.r
Hand-coloured engraving with large margins, first issue. Paper watermarked: J Whatman 1794. Plate 316 x 468mm. 12½ x 18½". Four wormholes.
Shetland cattle from the Shetland Isles off the north coast of Scotland. The possess their characteristic genetic qualities of thriftiness, productivity and hardiness, through adaptation and survival in one of the United Kingdom's most rigorous environments. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection.
[Ref: 27444]   £260.00  
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Wild Bull, Gisburn Park.
Wild Bull, Gisburn Park.
W. Fryer, del. S. Alken, fecit.
[n.d., 1805.]
Coloured aquatint with etching, 235 x 315mm. 9¼ x 12¼".
Plate to Thomas Dunham Whitaker's (1759 - 1821) ‘History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven,’ 1805, 2nd edition. Gisburne Park in Lancashire's Ribble Valley was home to a herd of cattle said to be descended from the ancient wild cattle of Britain. In the 19th century the cattle became tame and decreased in numbers to around seven or eight animals, these were kept on the estate and became more and more "in bred". Eventually only bulls were born and the Gisburne 'White Bulls' died out by 1859.
[Ref: 9443]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cow.]
[Cow.] 5. [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T. Sidney Cooper from Nature 1839.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
A horned cow sat in a field with its back to the viewer; further horned cows standing and seated in the field in the background. Plate 5 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22735]   £170.00   (£204.00 incl.VAT)
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Wild Cow, Gisburn Park.
Wild Cow, Gisburn Park.
W. Fryer, del. S. Alken, fecit.
[n.d., 1805.]
Coloured aquatint with etching, 235 x 315mm. 9¼ x 12¼".
Plate to Thomas Dunham Whitaker's (1759 - 1821) ‘History and Antiquities of the Deanery of Craven,’ 1805, 2nd edition. Gisburne Park in Lancashire's Ribble Valley was home to a herd of cattle said to be descended from the ancient wild cattle of Britain. In the 19th century the cattle became tame and decreased in numbers to around seven or eight animals, these were kept on the estate and became more and more "in bred". Eventually only bulls were born and the Gisburne 'White Bulls' died out by 1859.
[Ref: 9442]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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Druid,
Druid, A Polled Angus Bull bred by and the Property of the Earl of Southesk.
Gourlay Steell [signed in plate.] Clark Stanton Lith.
Steam Lithographing & Printing Coy. Published at The Farmer Office 150 Fleet Street London. [c.1870s.]
Lithograph, printed area 185 x 230mm. 7¼ x 9". Trimmed.
A prize bull; the owner's Scottish castle in the landscape in the background. After Gourlay Steell (1819 - 1894), animal painter dubbed the 'Scottish Landseer' who received many aristocratic commissions for his work.
[Ref: 16043]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Short Horn Steer. Fed on Food Seasoned with Thorley's Condiment.  At 3 Years & 4 Months old, bred & fed by G.S. Foljambe Esqr Osberton Hall, Worksop, dead weight 142 Stn 6 lbs (14 lbs to the Stn.)
Short Horn Steer. Fed on Food Seasoned with Thorley's Condiment. At 3 Years & 4 Months old, bred & fed by G.S. Foljambe Esqr Osberton Hall, Worksop, dead weight 142 Stn 6 lbs (14 lbs to the Stn.) Sold at Xmas 1865, to Messrs Cooper & Howard Sheffield for 100 Guineas.
A.M. Gauci 1866 within image.
[From life on stone by A M Gauci, 24 Stephen St. Tottenham Court Road.]
Tinted lithograph, very scarce, 580 x 240mm 22¾ x 16½inches. Some small staining.
George Savile Foljambe's grandfather Francis Foljambe, first established a pedigree Shorthorn herd on the Home Farm on the Osberton Estate, near Worksop, in the late 18th Century. The bull named Foljambe played an early role in the foundation of the pure-bred Shorthorn, being brought to Osberton to improve the breed. It was listed in the very first herd book to publish pedigree records for the breed. all through the 19th century the estate was prominent in the development of the Short Horn Breed following practices introduced by Robert Bakewell and continued by the Collings Brothers. By the middle of the 19th Century farmer's had become familiar with the fifty years of breeding history so art to promote the pedigree of the cattle was commissioned. More important for the continuing depiction of these famous cattle in art was the producers of cattle feed. This style of lithograph was particularly popular from about 1835 to 1870, especially for advertisements like those for Thorley's condiment. Between 1860 and 1868 A.M. Gauci was commissioned by Joesph Thorley to make pictures of animals that had reached their peak being fed on the superior condiment he was producing. Gauci's pictures are typical of this promotion by the manufacturer of animal foods. Thorley's Cattle Food Mill was in Kings's Cross at this time.
Not found in Boalch.
[Ref: 16753]   £950.00  
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A Fat Highland Scotch Ox. Which Obtained a Prize at Smithfield Xmas 1805. Fed by Mr. Joiner.
A Fat Highland Scotch Ox. Which Obtained a Prize at Smithfield Xmas 1805. Fed by Mr. Joiner.
Pub.d by G. Garrard, 28 George St.t Hanover Sq.re March 1.st 1806.
Hand-coloured engraving with large margins, very fine first issue. Plate 248 x 380mm. 9¾ x 15". Creasing into the image from upper margin.
A breed of the Highland cattle with long horns. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection.
[Ref: 27442]   £320.00  
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A Beautiful Herefordshire Bull Bred at Wobourn Abbey.
A Beautiful Herefordshire Bull Bred at Wobourn Abbey. To shoulder...Bone fore Leg 0.3.½.
London, Pub: Nov.r 1.st 1805 by G. Garrard 28, George St.t Hanover Sq.r
Hand-coloured engraving with large margins, Fist issue. Plate 324 x 401mm. 12¾ x 15¾". Scuffing and rubbing in title area. Bit dusty.
A fine specimen of a Hereford Bull, as bred and owned by John Russell, Duke of Bedford (1766-1839), the British Whig politician who served as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection
[Ref: 27437]   £320.00  
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[Group of Cattle.]
[Group of Cattle.] 4. [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T. Sidney Cooper 1838.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
A group of long-horned cattle; two seated at the front, one standing in the centre, and a further two, one seated and one standing, in the background. Plate 4 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22733]   £170.00   (£204.00 incl.VAT)
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Cattle.
Cattle.
Drawn by R.Hills. Etched by Letitia Byrne.
Published Jan.y 2, 1809 by Tho.s Palser, Surry Side, Westminster Bridge.
Etching. 240 x 290mm, 9½ x 11½".
Cattle and sheep in a highland landscape. Letitia Byrne (1779-1849), daughter of William Byrne the landscape engraver and publisher. She is best known for etching the 40 plates of Paul Amsinck's 'Description of Tunbridge Wells and Its Neighbourhood' in 1810.
[Ref: 26270]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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A Suffolk Ox Bred by Mr. Brett of Burnham near Holkham Norfolk.
A Suffolk Ox Bred by Mr. Brett of Burnham near Holkham Norfolk. Size From Pole of Tail...Hide Blood &c 92st.6lb. Total 217St.6lb.
London Pub: Nov.r 1.st 1805 by G. Garrard 28 George St.t Hanover Sq.e
Hand-coloured engraving first issue with large margins. Paper watermarked: J Whatman 1801. Plate 324 x 451mm. 12¾ x 17¾". Scuffing into title area. Bit dusty.
A Suffolk Ox, of the red poll breed; bred in Norfolk. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection: 108
[Ref: 27438]   £260.00  
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A True Native Irish or Kerry Cow. In the Possession of Col.l Hardy.
A True Native Irish or Kerry Cow. In the Possession of Col.l Hardy.
London Pub: Nov.r 1.st 1805 by G. Garrard 28 george St.t Hanover Sq.r
Hand-coloured engraving with large margins, first issue. Plate 250 x 368mm. 9¾ x 14½". Soiling and markings along upper margin and into plate. Bit dusty.
Kerry Cattle are a rare breed of dairy cattle native to Ireland, and believed to be one of the oldest breeds in Europe. Kerry cattle are normally entirely black with a white tip on the udder. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection.
[Ref: 27440]   £260.00  
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Bull.
Bull.
Howitt.
Published Jany. 2. 1809 by Ed. Orme London.
Etching. Plate 165 x 216mm. 6½ x 8½".
Head of a bull, part of a series. Samuel Howitt (1756-1822) was an English painter, illustrator and etcher of animals, hunting, horse-racing and landscape scenes.
[Ref: 21512]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cow and Sheep.]
[Cow and Sheep.] 9 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T Sidney Cooper. Cumberland 1835.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
A cow seated on the ground with its back to the viewer; two horned sheep stand behind. Plate 9 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22739]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Group of Cattle.]
[Group of Cattle.] 10 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T S Cooper 1838.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
A group of horned cattle sat by a lake, with three further cows drinking in the distance. Plate 10 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22740]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cows and Sheep.]
[Cows and Sheep.] 12 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
1838 T Sidney Cooper.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
Cows and sheep seated and standing, one cow eating from a tree over five seated sheep in the shade. Plate 12 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22741]   £220.00  
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[Group of Cows.]
[Group of Cows.] 14 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T Sidney Cooper 1838.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½". Small tears to right-hand edge.
Four cows resting, one standing, by a lake with a village church and sailing boats in the background. Plate 14 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22742]   £220.00  
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[Cow and Calf.]
[Cow and Calf.] 15 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T S Cooper 1838.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½". Publication slightly rubbed.
A cow standing by her calf seated on the ground. Plate 15 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22743]   £170.00   (£204.00 incl.VAT)
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[Group of Calves.]
[Group of Calves.] 17 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T S Cooper 1838.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
A group of calves under a tree; three seated resting, a fourth standing making noise to the left, and a fifth standing at the back scratching its head with its left back hoof. Plate 17 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22744]   £220.00  
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[Group of Cattle.]
[Group of Cattle.] 19 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T S Cooper 1838.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
Cattle in a field; some cooling off and drinking in a stream, others standing and seated on the banks; farmhouses in the background. Plate 19 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22745]   £170.00   (£204.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cattle and Sheep.]
[Cattle and Sheep.] 23 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T Sidney Cooper 1838.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
Two cows, one standing and seated, amongst resting horned sheep. Plate 23 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22748]   £220.00  
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[Group of Cattle, Barnet Fair.]
[Group of Cattle, Barnet Fair.] 24 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
TS Cooper. Sketch at Barnet Fair 1839.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
A large group of cattle at Barnet Fair. Barnet Fair was founded in 1588 when Queen Elizabeth I granted a charter to the Lord of the manor of Barnet to hold a fair twice yearly. In 1834, 'The Times' newspaper reported that Barnet Fair was England's largest cattle market, with up to 40,000 animals on display. Plate 24 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22749]   £220.00  
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[Cows, Calf and Sheep in a Barn.]
[Cows, Calf and Sheep in a Barn.] 25 [numbered top right-hand corner.]
T Sidney Cooper 1836.
London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
Two cows standing in a barn, one facing forward and the other turned away eating hay. A calf stands to the right next to a wheelbarrow, spade and broom, and two sheep are seated to the left. Plate 25 from Thomas Sidney Cooper's (1803-1902) 'Groups of Cattle, Drawn from Nature', 1839. He was an English landscape painted noted for his images of cattle and farm animals.
[Ref: 22750]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Herefordshire Cow.
Herefordshire Cow.
Pub by G. Garrard, London, Aug.t 1.st 1800.
Hand-coloured engraving, very fine. Paper watermarked: J Whatman 1794. Plate 324 x 476mm. 12¾ x 18¾". Crease to lower edge
A Hereford Cow, known for its distinct red colour, white head and underbody. It is from a beef cattle breed, widely found in intemperate and temperate areas around the world. International export trade began in 1817 starting in Kentucky, United States. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection.
[Ref: 27429]   £320.00  
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A Suffolk Bull In the Possession of the Earl of Egremont.
A Suffolk Bull In the Possession of the Earl of Egremont.
London Pub: Nov.r 1.st 1805 by G. Garrard 28 George St.t Hanover Sq.r
Hand-coloured engraving, with large margins, First issue. Paper watermarked: Edmeads...1802. Plate 287 x 413mm. 11¼ x 16¼". Crease to upper right margin. Bit dusty.
A Suffolk Bull, a show animal in the possession of George O'Brien Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont (1751-1837). Wyndham already had a large herd of Sussex cattle in Petworth, but he acquired bulls elsewhere and had his residence Shortgrove in Suffolk. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection: 107
[Ref: 27436]   £260.00  
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A Devonshire Cow.
A Devonshire Cow.
Pub: by G. Garrard, London. July 18th. 1799.
Hand-coloured engraving with large margins, very fine, First issue;. Paper watermarked: J. Whatman 1794. Plate 324 x 482mm. 12¾ x 19".
A devonshire cow, with its rich tawny coloured coat and thus often called the Devon Ruby. The breed is found in North Devon. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection: 96
[Ref: 27420]   £260.00  
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Sussex Ox from the Earl of Egremonts Stock.
Sussex Ox from the Earl of Egremonts Stock.
Pub by G. Garrard London, Jan.y 1.st 1801.
Hand-coloured engraving with large margins, very fine first issue. Plate 351 x 468mm. 13¾ x 18½".
A Sussex Ox. The Sussex cattle are a red breed that have descended from the draught oxen long used on the Weald, which were selectively bred from the late 18th century to form a modern beef breed. George O'Brien Wyndham, 3rd Earl of Egremont (1751-1837) established a pedigree herd of Sussex Cattle, which are still maintained at Stag Park, in the northern part of the Petworth Park estates. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection.
[Ref: 27426]   £260.00  
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Holderness Ox, Taken from His Majesty's Stock at Windsor.
Holderness Ox, Taken from His Majesty's Stock at Windsor.
Pub: by G. Garrard, 28, George Street, Hanover Sq.r London, Ap.l 18. 1801.
Hand-coloured engraving, very fine, first issue. Paper watermarked: 1794. Plate 350 x 451mm. 13¾ x 17¾".
A large speckled ox from Holderness, in the East Riding area of Yorkshire; in the stock at Windsor Castle, belonging to William IV. These are the original coloured prints issued at 5 shillings each. George Garrard (1760-1826) the animal painter and sculptor.
Boalch The Rothamsted Collection.
[Ref: 27652]   £260.00  
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[Cows in a field.]
[Cows in a field.]
Hills pinxt.
London, _ Drawn, Printed & Published at Friedel's Litho Estab.t, 252, Tottenham C.t R.d & at the Polytechnic Institution, 309, Regent Street. [n.d., c.1840.]
Tinted lithograph with hand colour. Printed area 255 x 325mm (10 x 12¾").
A bull and two cows in a field, barn behind. The Royal Polytechnic Institution was the UK's first polytechnic. Now the University of Westminster, its headquarters are still at 309 Regent Street.
[Ref: 43473]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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Etude de Taureau Desinée par J.B. Huet et Gravée par Augustin Le Grand son Elève.
Etude de Taureau Desinée par J.B. Huet et Gravée par Augustin Le Grand son Elève.
[**]ré à la Bibliothèque l'An XI [1801]. A Paris, chez Noël, Rue S.t Jacques.
Stipple. Sheet 375 x 485mm (14¾ x 19"). Trimmed within plate, some creasing.
A bull, after Jean Baptiste Huet (1745-1811).
[Ref: 35398]   £220.00  
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Portrait of a Heifer.
Portrait of a Heifer. Bred by Bell Loyd Esq.r and fed by Mr Charlton of Higham Hill, Walthamstow, Essex.
G.H. Laporte Pinx.t
Printed by Redman. Published by G.H. Laporte, 21 Winchester Row, Edgeware Rd. [c.1830's]
Rare coloured lithograph, sheet 265 x 380mm (10½ x 15").
Cattle portrait by George Henry Laporte (1802-73), animal and military painter. That this is an early work is indicated by the address, that of Laporte's father (also a prominent artist), which Laporte used until 1827.
[Ref: 40247]   £790.00  
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An Alderney Bull,
An Alderney Bull, from Earl How's Stock.
London, Pub: July 29, 1801, by G. Garrard Agricultural Museum, 28, George St. Hanover Squr.
Etching in red ink. Plate 300 x 426mm. 11¾ x 16¾".
The Alderney was a breed of dairy cattle originating from the British Channel Island of Alderney, though no longer found on the island. The pure breed is now extinct, though hybrids still exist. George Garrard (1760 - 1826) was an animal painter who turned his attention to the making of casts and models of many subjects, but mainly of domestic animals. He was sponsored by the fifth Duke of Bedford, who was the first president of the Smithfield Club (founded I798), and by the third Earl of Egremont, as well as by other members of the Board of Agriculture. Garrard called his house in Hanover Square, London, 'The Agricultural Museum,' and from there he sold his paintings, engraving and models.
[Ref: 18224]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Devon Heifer. Fed on Food Seasoned with Thorley's Condiment.
Devon Heifer. Fed on Food Seasoned with Thorley's Condiment. Age 3 years, 2 months, 1 week. Exhibitor, Rich.d. Burton, Esq. Place Barton, Broadclyst, Devon. Breeder Geo: Gibbs, Esq., Bishop's Lydeard, Somerset. 1st prize at Bingly Hall, 1867 _ & 1st prize at Smithfield Club Show the same year. A. M. Gauci Animal painter 24 Stephen St. Tottenham Court Rd. London 1868.
A. M. Gauci, 24, Stephen St. Tottenham C.t Rd. Ben George, imp. London & Paris.
[1868.]
Lithograph. Sheet 340 x 470mm (13½ x 18½"). Trimmed to image on three sides, some soiling.
A portrait of a large heifer, one of a series apparently commissioned by Joseph Thorley to promote his 'Condiment', a food additive he claimed was ''the only real remedy yet discovered for Cattle Plague'' (rinderpest) and sold at £24 a ton. 'Thorley's Cattle Food Merchants' was established in the 1850s and was still operating eighty years later.
[Ref: 43460]   £360.00  
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The Durham White Ox.  Of the improved Tees Water Breed, Bred and fed by John Nesham Esqr. of Houghton le Spring, Durham. [Weight and multiple measurements of the animal in smaller italicised script lower left and right].
The Durham White Ox. Of the improved Tees Water Breed, Bred and fed by John Nesham Esqr. of Houghton le Spring, Durham. [Weight and multiple measurements of the animal in smaller italicised script lower left and right].
Painted by G. Garrard A.R.A. Engraved by Wm. Ward, Engraver to their R.H. the Prince Regent & the Duke of York.
Pub.d. Dec.r. 1, 1813, for the Proprietor of the Ox by Geo.e Garrard, 23 Old Bond Street, London.
Coloured mezzotint engraving. 605 x 507mm. Evidence of paper discolouration, largely in title area and margins.
Boalch: 30. F 100.
[Ref: 2638]   £2,200.00  
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Hasli _ Race.
Hasli _ Race. Bulle aus der Heerde der Grindelwald_Alpe. Race du Hasli. Taureau du troupeau de la Grindelwald-Alp.
[by Witte?]
[German, c.1851.]
A rare etching, with original colour. 265 x 415mm (10½ x 16¼"). Trimmed into image at top.
A portrait of a Swiss bull, snow-covered mountains behind.
See 43461 & 43462
[Ref: 43468]   £360.00  
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