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A View Of The Auction Department At The Horse Bazaar.
A View Of The Auction Department At The Horse Bazaar.
Printed by C. Hullmandel.
London. Published Decr. 1824, by J. Watson, No 7, Vere Street. and John Beckensall.
Lithograph, image 305 x 435mm. Light foxing, on fine paper laid to card.
A view inside the saleroom at Aldridge's Horse and Carriage Repository on St. Martin's Lane in London's West End. The prospective buyers are semi-caricatured. It was especially known for middle class and tradesmen's horses, a trade which ended in 1926, when motor car sales took over.
[Ref: 7902]   £350.00  
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Enlêvement of a Circassian.
Enlêvement of a Circassian.
G.Hayter Pinxit et incidit Decr 17 1828 Paris (but slightly later).
Etching with very large margins. 225 x 265mm (9 x 10½"). Slight creasing.
The abduction of a Cicassian horse. Sir George Hayter (1792 - 1871), portrait and history painter, son of the miniaturist Charles Hayter. He was appointed Queen Victoria's court portraitist in 1837.
Ex: Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 34968]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The Sharp Reply.
The Sharp Reply. "Which is the way to Epsom, Jack?" "How did you know my Name, was Jack"? "I guessed it." "Then guess your way to Epsom."
Painted by J. Pollard. H. Heath Junr.
Dean & Co. Threadneedle St. London. [n.d., c.1845.]
Hand coloured lithograph, sheet 285 x 380mm. 11¼ x 15". Two marginal tears.
Scene on a country road recording a terse exchange between a young squire on his horse with a shepherd-boy, sheep to right. Very fine colour published for the fashionable pastime of compiling scrap albums. After James Pollard (1792 - 1867).
[Ref: 11629]   £220.00  
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Le Départ du Chasseur.
Le Départ du Chasseur.
Dessiné par Carle Vernet. Gravé par Debucourt.
A Paris chez Rolland, Place des Victoires, No.8. Déposé à Bibliotheque Impériale.
Aquatint. Plate 544 x 628mm. 21½ x 24¾". Large margins. Fine impression, one or two small repairs in title.
A stallion has been brought round to the back door of the house by the stable-staff. A man appears with a gun over his shoulder and a dog knarling anxious to begin the hunt. Two other dogs run around the horse.
Dayot 4c: 2nd state of 3.
[Ref: 16719]   £520.00  
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The Dog in the Manger.
The Dog in the Manger.
Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles, No.69 in St. Pauls Church Yard, London. [n.d. c.1780.]
A very rare and fine mezzotint. 248 x 354mm. Crease top right corner due to repair. Small spot in horses belly.
A Horse rears up on hind legs as dog startles it inside the stable.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 14788]   £160.00  
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Draught Horses.
Draught Horses. Engraved from the Original Picture in the Collection of Sir J.E. Swinburne. Bart. to whom this Plate is humbly dedicated by his obedient Servants. A. Cooper & W. Giller.
Painted by A. Cooper Esqr. R.A. Engraved by W. Giller.
London, Published Feby. 14. 1829. by Messrs. Moon Boys & Graves, Pall Mall.
Mezzotint engraving. 360 x 410mm.
Fine engraving of two shire horses in a stable.
[Ref: 1367]   £490.00  
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Hunting Types. The Duke of Beaufort's Stone Wall Country.
Hunting Types. The Duke of Beaufort's Stone Wall Country.
Painted by Cecil Aldin.
Copyright_Published by Richard Wyman & Co, Ltd. 16, Bedford Street, Strand, London,W.C.2. [n.d. c.1900.]
Chromolithograph. Plate 336 x 400mm. 13¼ x 15¾". Large margins.
Stone walls are a noticeable feature of the Gloucestershire and Wiltshire landscape, where the Duke of Beaufort's Hunt has taken place since its founding by the 1st Duke of Beaufort in 1682. Cecil Aldin (1870-1935) was born in Slough, the son of a successful builder. His skills for portraying animals and rural life developed at an early age. Throughout his life he was rarely seen without his sketch book and hunting was never far from his thoughts, his real ambition was achieved when he became Master of the South Berks Foxhounds. In the Times Obituary he was described as one of the leading spirits in the renaissance of British sporting art.
[Ref: 25873]   £320.00  
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Effroi & Dispute. Spavento e Disputa. Schreck und Streit.
Effroi & Dispute. Spavento e Disputa. Schreck und Streit.
Peint par Kiorboe. Lith par Regnier, Bettannier, Morlon.
Paris, Bulla Freres 16, Rue Tiquetonne. Imp. Lemercier, Paris. [n.d. c.1860.]
Coloured lithograph. 502 x 672mm. 19¾ x 26½".
Inside a stable: a horse tries to rear-up with fear in the eyes as a pair of dogs quarrel over a bone in the right foreground. A bugle on the wall.
[Ref: 20679]   £480.00  
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Cheveaux Ardennés
Cheveaux Ardennés
Géricault
Lith. de G. Engelmann / Chez Gihaut, boulevard des Italiens No. 5
Lithograph, printed area 175 x 210mm (7 x 8¼"). Foxing; collector's stamp of [?]Paul and Véronique Sanchez verso (probably variant of L.3289).
Two horses harnessed to a carriage, one ridden by a soldier; other horses harnessed to gun-carriages in background. From 'Études de chevaux d'après nature' (1822) by Théodore Géricault (1791-1824). Prior to 1822, Géricault had been able to live without much thought to the saleability of his works owing to a comfortable annuity he received following the death of his mother. However, the loss of part of his fortune in 1822 required him to produce work designed to appeal to dealers and collectors, with pictures of horses forming a large part of his output at this time (although he had painted horses throughout his brief career).
Delteil 51
[Ref: 35581]   £230.00  
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Cheval anglais.
Cheval anglais.
Géricault.
Lith. de G. Engelmann / Chez Gihaut, boulevard des Italiens No. 5.
Lithograph, printed area 200 x 230mm (8 x 9"). stain upper right; collector's stamps of [?]Paul and Véronique Sanchez verso (probably variant of L.3289).
English horse and rider, from 'Études de chevaux d'après nature' (1822) by Théodore Géricault (1791-1824). Prior to 1822, Géricault had been able to live without much thought to the saleability of his works owing to a comfortable annuity he received following the death of his mother. However, the loss of part of his fortune in 1822 required him to produce work designed to appeal to dealers and collectors, with pictures of horses forming a large part of his output at this time (although he had painted horses throughout his brief career). Géricault had spent time in England and, according to Delacroix, was one of the first to introduce the fashion for English tailoring to restoration France.
Delteil 54
[Ref: 35582]   £260.00  
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[The mare and her foal.]
[The mare and her foal.] Etudes de Chevaux d'aprés nature [in image].
[by Théodore Géricault.]
Lith. de G. Engelmann / Chez Gihaut, boulevard des Italiens No. 5.
Lithograph, printed area 175 x 225mm (7 x 8¾"). Slight foxing around edges; collector's stamp of [?]Paul and Véronique Sanchez verso (probably variant of L.3289).
Mare with head protectively around her foal, with rocks bearing text. Frontispiece to the set of 'Études de chevaux d'après nature' (1822) by Théodore Géricault (1791-1824). Prior to 1822, Géricault had been able to live without much thought to the saleability of his works owing to a comfortable annuity he received following the death of his mother. However, the loss of part of his fortune in 1822 required him to produce work designed to appeal to dealers and collectors, with pictures of horses forming a large part of his output at this time (although he had painted horses throughout his brief career).
Delteil 46
[Ref: 35579]   £350.00  
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[Trompette de Hussards]
[Trompette de Hussards]
Géricault
Lith. de Villain [published by Gihaut]
Lithograph, image 120 x 135mm (4¾ x 5¼"). ink from edge of stone on far right; collector's stamp of [?]Paul and Véronique Sanchez verso (probably variant of L.3289).
Hussar trumpetter and horse, with line of hussars on horseback in background. From a series of eight lithographs by Théodore Géricault (1791-1824). Prior to 1822, Géricault had been able to live without much thought to the saleability of his works owing to a comfortable annuity he received following the death of his mother. However, the loss of part of his fortune in 1822 required him to produce work designed to appeal to dealers and collectors, with pictures of horses forming a large part of his output at this time (although he had painted horses throughout his brief career).
Delteil 63
[Ref: 35585]   £250.00  
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[Two horses, one ridden by postillion]
[Two horses, one ridden by postillion]
Géricault [in image lower left]
Aquatint, sheet 105 x 125mm (4 x 5"). Trimmed close to image; glued to backing sheet; collector's stamps of [?]Paul and Véronique Sanchez (probably variant of L.3289) and A.H. Rouart (L.2187a).
Equestrian subject after Géricault. Prior to 1822, Géricault had been able to live without much thought to the saleability of his works owing to a comfortable annuity he received following the death of his mother. However, the loss of part of his fortune in 1822 required him to produce work designed to appeal to dealers and collectors, with pictures of horses forming a large part of his output at this time (although he had painted horses throughout his brief career). Rare aquatint, previously in the collection of the industrialist A.H. Rouart (1839-1911), who assembled a fine collection of prints by 19th century French masters.
[Ref: 35589]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Johnny Gilpin]
[Johnny Gilpin]
[Drawn by James Pollard.]
[Published Aug.t 26th 1825 by Dean & Munday, Threadneedle Street]
Aquatint, sheet 250 x 375mm (9¾ x 14¾"). Small tear on right; proof before letters.
One of three plates by James Pollard illustrating William Cowper's poem 'The Diverting History of John Gilpin', a ballad about the misadventures of a linen draper on his wedding anniversary first published anonymously in 1782, which became the most popular poem of the decade. Pollard (1792-1867) was a coaching and sporting artist and the son of engraver and publisher Robert Pollard (1755/6-1839). After establishing himself in the 1820s James Pollard worked for leading print publishers and painted private commissions as well as working for the family firm. His works encompass racing, steeplechasing, hunting, shooting and fishing, and to a lesser extent various other sports.
Siltzer: 214; Lane p.26; for two of the three plates, in colour, see ref. 4691.
[Ref: 44126]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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Hackney.
Hackney.
H. Alken del.t I. Clark sculp.t
London, Published by T. Mc.Lean, Jany. 1. 1820.
Coloured aquatint. Plate 222 x 275mm. 8¾ x 10¾".
A gentleman riding on his horse, closely followed by his dog.
[Ref: 18421]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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[Study: Cart Horses.]
[Study: Cart Horses.]
Agasse pinxt. Schencker Sculpt.
[n.d., c.1790.]
Large etching. Plate 190 x 266mm. 7½ x 10½". Large margins.
A fine etching by Nicolas Schencker, [1760-1848] after the best known of the Swiss animal artists, Jacques-Laurent Agasse. Schen(c)ker, worked for Bartolozzi in England and France and held the position of Director of the 'Ecole de gravure de Genève' (1817-1822).
[Ref: 23524]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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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 Horse.
Designed and Drawn on Stone by W Hawkins.
[n.d., c.1850.]
Hand coloured lithograph, sheet 360 x 415mm. 14¼ x 16¼". Vertical centrefold as normal.
A central illustration of a horse and foal is surrounded by twelve 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. 1.' upper right.
[Ref: 10524]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[English racehorse with jockey up.]
[English racehorse with jockey up.]
[Anon., Gericault, n.d.,.]
Unsigned lithograph heightened in white, image 200 x 230mm. 8 x 9".
Ref: C.72
[Ref: 27985]   £240.00  
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[Horse Jumping.]
Pub.d by R. Pollard, Spafields, London. [n.d. c.1800.]
Hand-coloured etching and engraving, rare. 210 x 285mm (8¼ x 11¼"). Trimmed.
A horse jumping from a rock, its head down, from a set of horses published by Pollard.
[Ref: 31172]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Two horses.]
[Two horses.]
H. Bernard Chalon Del 1804.
Lithograph, sheet 240 x 335mm. Small creases.
A very early lithograph, by Henry Bernard Chalon (1771 - 1849), animal painter, especially of horses, and son of Jan Chalon. In 1793 he married Sarah Ward, sister of the painters William and James Ward.
[Ref: 8018]   £320.00  
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[Two horses and a boy.]
[Two horses and a boy.]
D. Morier pinxt. T. Burford fecit.
London Printed for Robert Sayer, Map & Printseller, No.53 Fleet Street [n.d., c.1790].
Mezzotint, 255 x 350mm. 10 x 13¾".
Two hunters, one in the centre in profile and saddled, with a groom leaning against him. A fox hunt is in progress in the background. After David Morier (1702 - 1770). Brought to England from his native Switzerland in 1743 by the Duke of Cumberland who appointed him 'Limner' in 1751 with a salary of £100. After the Duke's death in 1765, royal patronage declined and he died in poverty. A plate re-issued by Sayer, numbered '249' lower left.
[Ref: 9070]   £280.00  
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[Fighting horses.]
[Fighting horses.]
Carle Vernet. Imp. Lithog. de F. Delpech.
[n.d., c.1820.]
Lithograph. Sheet 350 x 440mm, 13¾ x 17¼". Trimmed, losing title.
After Antoine Charles Horace Vernet (1758–1835).
Dayot 240.
[Ref: 22237]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Study: Horses Drinking.]
[Study: Horses Drinking.]
Agasse pinxt. Schencker Sculpt.
[n.d., c.1790.]
Etching. 255 x 175mm.
A fine etching by Nicolas Schenker, [1760-1848] after the best known of the Swiss animal artists, Jacques-Laurent Agasse. Schenker worked for Bartolozzi in England and France and held the position of Director of the 'Ecole de gravure de Genève' (1817-1822).
[Ref: 6919]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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[Deux chevaux gris pommelé que l'on promène.]
[Deux chevaux gris pommelé que l'on promène.]
Géricault del. [Lith de Villain.]
[Published by Gihaut Frères n.d., c.1822.]
Printed area 290 x 420mm, 11½ x 16". Tear entering plate at bottom repaired, Villain's name erased.
A rider leading a second horse, cantering, from the 'Etudes de chevaux'. The view is a reversed version with simpler background of 'Horses Exercising', plate 6 from 'Various Subjects Drawn from Life on Stone' by Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault (1791-1824).
[Ref: 26843]   £220.00  
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Horses Exercising.
Horses Exercising.
T. Gericault inv.t. C. Hullmadel's Lithography.
London, Published by Rodwell & Martin New Bond Street. Feb. 1. 1821.
Hand coloured lithograph. Framed. Printed area: 285 x 405mm (11¼ x 16"). Unexamined out of frame. Tear to left edge.
Two horses wearing saddlecloths canter on a path towards the right, the one in the foreground is unmounted, held by the reins of the rider on the other horse. This print is from the only edition printed by Rodwell and Martin, issued as No. 6 in the series, 'Various Subjects drawn from life on Stone', known as the 'English Series', 1821. Despite their commercial failure in England at the time, Gericault's 'English Series' is now considered to have been of the greatest importance in the development of lithography as an art form during the first half of the nineteenth century. Due to the comparitively small number of impressions printed before the stones were effaced, exampes of Gericault's lithographs from this series are now exteremelty rare and have always been amongst the most sought after of his original printed works.
Ex Collection of William Weston.
[Ref: 35439]   £480.00  
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The Hunter in a Flying Leap.
The Hunter in a Flying Leap.
J. Seymour Pinxt.. R. Houston Fecit~.
Printed for J. Bowles & Son at tahe Black Horse in Cornhil.
Mezzotint. 350 x 250mm. Carrying the stamp of the Duke of Cambridge's collection on bottom right corner.
[Ref: 5471]   £520.00  
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[Huntsman and Horse]
[Huntsman and Horse]
J. Seymour delin. T. Burford fecit. 248.
Published 4th June 1800 by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London.
Fine mezzotint. Platemark: 260 x 355mm (10¼ x 14"). Small margins.
A hunter being led out into the fields by a huntsman with two foxhounds. After English painter James Seymour (1702–1752),widely recognized for his equestrian art.
Ex collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 40127]   £280.00  
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[Hunting.]
[Hunting.]
J. Seymour inv. T. Burford fecit. ~9.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament~. [n.d., c.1752.]
Mezzotint. 250 x 350mm, 10 x 13¾". Repaired holes ( horses neck and hounds shoulder ) laid on conservation tissue.
A hunter clearing a gate. Listed in Siltzer as part of a set of twelve sporting mezzotints, each numbered and inscribed with name of J. Seymour and T. Burford. Only the last three dated 1752. Nos. 5 and 10 have titles: others without titles.
Siltzer: p.247.
[Ref: 23660]   £220.00  
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Johnny Gilpin.
Johnny Gilpin.
[Drawn by James Pollard.]
Published Aug.t 26th 1825 by Dean & Munday, Threadneedle Street.
Two coloured aquatints (of three). Each c.240 x 340mm
Two of the three plates illustrating William Cowper's poem about Gilpin's epic ride.
Siltzer: 214; Lane p.26.
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Leading Out a Hunter.
Leading Out a Hunter.
Seymour delin. T. Burford fecit. 236.
Published 12th May 1794 by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London.
Mezzotint. 250 x 350mm.
'Little Driver' racehorse.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 5477]   £320.00  
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Mare and Foal.
Mare and Foal.
1835 JF Lewis fecit. 53, Charlotte St. Portland Place.
Pub by FC Lewis 1826.
Etching. Sheet 559 x 381mm. 22 x 15". Water staining and spotting around the edges.
John Frederick Lewis (1804-1876) was primarily an Orientalist English painter; his son Frederick Christian Lewis (1779-1856) was an engraver and landscape painter.
Ex Collection: Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 19338]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Lot 5. A Neat Hack, with Beautiful Manners!
Lot 5. A Neat Hack, with Beautiful Manners!
Pen and ink sketch. Sheet 185 x 265mm, 7¼ x 10½".
An auction with the horse for sale delivering a kick to a fat man's chest, a perspective buyer? On recto is another sketch, in the same hand, of village characters.
[Ref: 15892]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Maladies du Cheval.
Maladies du Cheval.
Ch. Parrocel. Jn. J.Audran. sculpt.
[n.d., c.1780.]
Engraving, 420 x 555mm. Trimmed to border, some creasing, glue stain on right edge.
Diagram of a horse, with three keys listing what can go wrong.
[Ref: 4541]   £490.00  
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[Study: Race Horse and Groom.]
[Study: Race Horse and Groom.]
Agasse pinxt. Schencker Sculpt.
[n.d., c.1790.]
Etching. 255 x 175mm. Trimmed to plate, small tear in lower left margin.
A fine etching by Nicolas Schenker, [1760-1848] after the best known of the Swiss animal artists, Jacques-Laurent Agasse. Schenker worked for Bartolozzi in England and France and held the position of Director of the 'Ecole de gravure de Genève' (1817-1822).
[Ref: 6915]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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Troisième Suite de Chevaux d'après Carle & Horace Vernet.
Troisième Suite de Chevaux d'après Carle & Horace Vernet. N: 35.
Levachez sculp.
à Paris, rue St Lazare No 42.
Lithograph, rare. Sheet 310 x 390mm (12 x 15¼"). Tear in bottom edge.
A woman in a long hunting dress, sitting side-saddle.
[Ref: 46404]   £240.00  
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Brood Mares, with their Foals. 2
Brood Mares, with their Foals. 2
[after Thomas Smith.]
Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles, No 69 in St Pauls Church Yard, London [n.d., c.1770].
Engraving. 175 x 280mm (7 x 11"), very large margins. Margins creased.
A field of horse, a reduced copy of one of a set of six scenes of horse training by Thomas Smith, originally engraved by Smith and W. Elliott in 1769. Known as 'Thomas Smith of Derby' (d.1767), Smith originally specialised in country house landscapes, but turned to sporting subjects later in his career. He was the father of John Raphael Smith (1751-1812), famed for his mezzotint engraving.
[Ref: 44468]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Subduing, Shoeing, the Cavison and Millar, &c. 4
Subduing, Shoeing, the Cavison and Millar, &c. 4
[after Thomas Smith.]
Printed for & Sold by Carington Bowles, No 69 in St Pauls Church Yard, London [n.d., c.1770].
Engraving, 18th century watermark. 175 x 280mm (7 x 11"), very large margins. Margins creased, with repaired tears.
The early stages of horse training, a reduced copy of one of a set of six scenes by Thomas Smith, originally engraved by Smith and W. Elliott in 1769. Known as 'Thomas Smith of Derby' (d.1767), Smith originally specialised in country house landscapes, but turned to sporting subjects later in his career. He was the father of John Raphael Smith (1751-1812), famed for his mezzotint engraving.
[Ref: 44469]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[A stable.]
[A stable.]
P. di Laer Pinxit Rome. [In image, upper left.] [Cornelis Visscher.]
t' Amsterdam, gedruckt bÿ Frederick de Widt, voor aan inde Calverstraet bÿ den Dam, Inde Witte Pas-Caart. [Dutch, c.1660.]
Engraving, third state with address of Frederick de Wit. Image 280 x 380mm. 11 x 15" Trimmed close to plate; on a conservation backing.
A stable within a ruined and derelict building: a tethered horse eats hay as another beside urinates profusely, while in the courtyard beyond a man attaches a saddle to the back of a horse; on the ground is a pitchfork and broom. Numbered 1 in lower right. After Pieter van Laer (1599 - 1642?).
[Ref: 18854]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Stabling.
Stabling.
Painted by S.S. Jones. Engraved by G. Hunt.
London Published by Charles Sweet, Looking-Glass & Picture Frame Maker, 117, Chancery Lane, opposite Serjeants Inn, Aug.t 12th, 1828.
Aquatint. 420 x 495mm (16½ x 19½"). Small tear within plate, in unprinted area at top, wear to margins.
A stable yard with a groom attending to a grey horse.
Hickman: p.297, artist possibly S.J.E. Jones.
[Ref: 44280]   £220.00  
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Stakes and Trotters.
Stakes and Trotters.
J. Pollard.
London, Dean & Son, Threadneedle Street. [n.d. c.1820.]
Rare coloured aquatint and etching. 336 x 413mm. 13¼ x 16¼". Some tearing around the edges.
Two horses at a gallop. One gentleman with a basket of steaks over his right arm. A small dog runs along in the foreground yapping away at the horses.
[Ref: 18437]   £240.00  
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[A groom struggling to control a stallion.] 53.
[A groom struggling to control a stallion.] 53.
Carle Vernet. Lith. de Turgis. Casse Frères à St Gaudens.
Paris, V.ve Turgis, éditeur, 10 rue Serpente. [n.d., c.1840.]
Lithograph. Sheet 330 x 430mm, 13 x 17".
A scene in a stable yard in a rural landscape.
[Ref: 23117]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[A Standing Leap at a Gate.]
[A Standing Leap at a Gate.]
I. Seymour inv. 526
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament.
Coloured mezzotint. 250 x 350mm. No. 526. Repaired tears, trimmed within plate at bottom. Stained.
The title appeared on a Laurie & Whittle state.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 5485]   £260.00  
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[Startled Horse.]
[Startled Horse.]
Gordon Browne [pencil signature lower right.] Gordon Browne 1902 [written in ink inside the image, lower left.]
[Publisher's Stamp 28.] Published by Franz Hanfstaengl, Munich, London & New York. Printed in Munich.
Watercolour. 342 x 438mm. 13½ x 17¼".
A man on his horse with a woman sitting behind him, tries to control his startled horse as a man on stilts and a walking band come from the opposite direction. Gordon Frederick Browne (1858-1932) was an English artist and children's book illustrator. Browne worked in watercolour and pen and ink. He was a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours and the Royal Society of British Artists. See 18436 for titled image.
[Ref: 18401]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The Tempting Present.
The Tempting Present.
Painted by T. Woodward. Engraved by W.R. Smith, the Figure by J.H. Robinson.
London, Published July 1, 1824 ny Hurst, Robinson & Co. 90, Cheapside & 8 Pall Mall.
A rare etching and engraving. Plate 322 x 356mm. 12¾ x 14¼".
A young man in rustic dress riding a horse and smiling towards the viewer from under his hat, holding a basket over his right arm, with a small dog trotting beside him to the right, on a country path with trees and a small tower in the background.
Ex Norman Blackburn Collection.
[Ref: 18780]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Thou comest in such questionable shape.
Thou comest in such questionable shape.
Gordon Browne 1902. Gordon Browne Pinx. Gravure Hanfstaengl.
Published by Franz Hanfstaengl, Munich, London & New York. Printed in Munich.
Photogravure. 342 x 431mm. 13½ x 17".
A man on his horse with a woman sitting behind him, tries to control his startled horse as a man on stilts and a walking band come from the opposite direction. Gordon Frederick Browne (1858-1932) was an English artist and children's book illustrator. Browne worked in watercolour and pen and ink. He was a member of the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours and the Royal Society of British Artists. See 18401 for signed copy.
[Ref: 18436]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Three Horses.]
[Three Horses.]
Pub.d by R. Pollard, Spafields, London. [n.d. c.1800.]
Hand-coloured etching and engraving, rare. 210 x 285mm (8¼ x 11¼").
Two horses and a pony standing: one resting its head on the back of the other, the pony to the left. From a bound set of horses published by Pollard.
[Ref: 31173]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Cheval en liberté.
Cheval en liberté.
Carle Vernet. Imp. Lithog. de F. Delpech.
[n.d., c.1820.]
Lithograph. Sheet 350 x 440mm, 13¾ x 17¼". Trimmed.
A horse biting at a dog, after Antoine Charles Horace Vernet (1758–1835).
Dayot 240 - No 18.
[Ref: 22236]   £260.00  
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