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Silvarum, superis gratum genus, ite beati. Sanaz:
Silvarum, superis gratum genus, ite beati. Sanaz:
F. Londonio inv. P. de Colle Sculp. ap. Cavalli Venetus,
[n.d., c.1780.]
Engraving. Sheet: 430 x 340mm, (17 x 13½"). Central, vertical crease. Tread margins.
A rustic scene in which a woman holds a jug from which a boy drinks, in front of them a boy sits upon a rock while his dog sleeps next to him. After a painting by Francesco Londonio (1723-1783) with a line from Jacapo Sannazaro's (1458-1530) pastoral poem 'Arcadia'.
[Ref: 40326]   £240.00  
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Ass and Pigs.
Ass and Pigs.
[After Morland], Vivares fecit.
Published & Sold by Edwd. Orme, 39 New Bond Street July 1, 1804.
Soft-ground etching. 342 x 455mm. 13½ x 18". Cut.
In a stable a farm-hand fills a manger with straw at right, two pigs eating in the foreground, an ass standing at the door at left, also eating.
Abbey Life: 208.3.
[Ref: 25007]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Au Loup
Au Loup Vous pallissez, lorsque les Loups / Ravagent vostre Bergerie: / Mais qu'un Jeune Berger, Silvie, / Est bien plus a craindre pour vous:
[Anon, c.1750]
Fine engraving, platemark 170 x 235mm (6¾ x 9¼"). Small margins.
A wolf threatens the flock of a young shepherdess, but she is warned that she has more to fear from a shepherd with amorous intentions.
[Ref: 38884]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Banditti at Market.
Banditti at Market. From an Original Picture, in the Possession of Jos.h Fortnom Esq.r
Jn.o Mortimer pinx. Jno Hall sculp.t
London Publishd as the Act directs May 1.st 1780, by I. Hall, Berwick Street Soho, and I. Boydell Cheapside.
Engraving with large margins. Plate 380 x 305mm (15 x 12"). Mint.
Three banditti and a girl with a basket of eggs; the girl seated at left with her head bent down, on a step outside a building, one of the banditti watching her and leaning on a shield decorated with a cross.
From the Oettingen-Wallerstein Collection. Sunderland: 138b.
[Ref: 28410]   £240.00  
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A Capt.n of Banditti sending out a Party.
A Capt.n of Banditti sending out a Party.
[I.H. Mortimer.]
Publish'd Dec.r 8, 1778 by I Mortimer.
Etching. Plate 300 x 197mm. 11¾ x 7¾".
Captain standing at left, leaning on a stone block and pointing to right, where an armoured banditti sits, others in a line at left behind the block, only their heads seen. From a series of "Fifteen etchings dedicated to Sir Joshua Reynolds".
[Ref: 28027]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Banditti on the look out.
Banditti on the look out.
[I.H. Mortimer.]
Publish'd Dec.r 8, 1778 by I Mortimer.
Etching. Plate 300 x 197mm (11¾ x 7¾").. Crease.
Two banditti standing, leaning against a stone block which one figure rests his arm over beside his removed helmet, the other looking out to right with hand on hilt of sword; landscape with river beyond at lower right. From a series of "Fifteen etchings dedicated to Sir Joshua Reynolds".
[Ref: 28030]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Banditti going out. From an Original Drawing of J. Mortimer, in the Collection of Richard Payne Knight Esq.r [&] Banditti returning. From an Original Drawing of J. Mortimer, in the Collection of Richard Payne Knight Esq.r
Banditti going out. From an Original Drawing of J. Mortimer, in the Collection of Richard Payne Knight Esq.r [&] Banditti returning. From an Original Drawing of J. Mortimer, in the Collection of Richard Payne Knight Esq.r
Drawn by J. Mortimer, 1775. Etch'd by R. Blyth.
London, Publish'd as the Act directs, Nov.r 9.th 1780, by R. Blyth No.27, Great Castle Street, Cavendish Square.
Pair of etchings. Plate 394 x 451mm. 15½ x 17¾".
Two bandits wearing helmets and carrying spears, either side of a man wearing a turban who carries a cross-bow, one directing him, pointing to the left towards a caravan ascending a mountain path in the distance, while a fourth man ties his sandal behind them and other men, including one wearing a turban who looks back over his shoulder, start down the path from the cave. [&] A bandit wearing armour and a helmet, holding a female captive, who looks down to left, her clothes in disarray, another bandit to right, one hand on his hip, holding a spear in the other, beside a man wearing a plumed helmet who gazes questioningly at the woman, while other bandits approach the cave from the left, bringing captives in oriental dress.
Sunderland: 102a [&] 103a.
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Banditti taking his post.
Banditti taking his post.
[I.H. Mortimer.]
Publish'd Dec.r 8, 1778 by I Mortimer.
Etching. Plate 300 x 197mm. 11¾ x 7¾".
Three banditti, one sitting on rock with spear over shoulder, turning to two companions behind and pointing to left, a jug and dish on the ground in right foreground. From a series of "Fifteen etchings dedicated to Sir Joshua Reynolds".
[Ref: 28022]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Children in the Wood.
The Children in the Wood.
Drawn by J.H.Benwell. The Figures engraved by W.Sharp. The Landscape by W.Byrne & T.Medland.
Published as the Act directs, 20 May, 1786, ny W.Byrne, No.19 Titchfield Street, London.
Engraving. 275 x 305mm.
Sleeping children.
[Ref: 623]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Blind Beggar of Bednall Green.]
[The Blind Beggar of Bednall Green.]
[Painted by Wm Owen.] [Engraved by Willm Ward Mezzotinto Engraver to his Roual Highness the Duke of York.]
[London. Pubd. April 2 1804 by Mess.rs Wards & Co. No.6 Newman Street.]
Mezzotint, proof before all letters. Plate 601 x 482mm. 23¾ x 19". Trimmed along lower edge; creasing.
Open landscape; the old man seated directed to left, white hair dishevelled by the wind, holds out hat in right hand. Pretty Bessie stands by him, facing front; a large hat, low bodice; her left hand on the beggar's shoulder, with the right she indicates his supplicating action; to right, corner of cottage.
Ex Collection: Christopher Lennox-Boyd. Frankau: 30. CS: 95.
[Ref: 27651]   £380.00  
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[Farmyard scene.]
Abraham Bloemaert inven. / Fre: Bloem Sculp.
N. Visscher exc.
Etching printed on 17th century watermarked paper, platemark 130 x 185mm (5 x 7¼").
From a set of rural scenes with morals below in latin.
[Ref: 32539]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Farmyard scene]
[Farmyard scene]
AB [Abraham Bloemaert]
Etching 17th century watermarked paper, platemark 130 x 185mm (5 x 7¼").
From a set of rural scenes with morals below in latin.
[Ref: 32540]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cow in a cabbage field.]
[Cow in a cabbage field.]
[Engraved by Boëtius Adamszoon Bolswert after Abraham Bloemaert.]
[n.d., c. 1611.]
Etching. Collector's embossed mark; 115 x 145mm (4¼ x 5¾").
From the 12-plate series 'The Animals'.
[Ref: 41723]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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Boys and Dogs.
Boys and Dogs.
Painted by T. Gainsborough R.A. Engraved by Henry Dawe
London, Published July 1st 1824, by W.J. White, 14 Brownlow Street, Holborn.
Mezzotint with small margins, 360 x 255mm (14¼ x 10"). Slight foxing.
Mezzotint of Thomas Gainsborough's 1783 painting 'Two Shepherd Boys with Dogs Fighting' (Kenwood House). Inspired by William Hogarth's 'The Four Stages of Cruelty', the scene is presented as a grand anti-pastoral with the boys contravening morality both in neglecting their flocks and encouraging their dogs to fight.
Ex: collection of the Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd; for Hogarth's 'The Four Stages of Cruelty', see ref. 3221-3'
[Ref: 35228]   £240.00  
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[A Carrier's Stable.]
[A Carrier's Stable.]
G. Morland Pinx.t W. Ward Sculp.t
London Pubd April 9-1793 by T. Simpson St. Pauls Church Yard.
Mezzotint with small margins, proof before title. Plate 480 x 610mm (19 x 24").
Interior of a stable: two horses tethered and feeding at mangers to the right; a peasant man sleeping on the floor next to an amorous couple beside doorway.
Frankau: 50.
[Ref: 31268]   £380.00  
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Senza pensier sol della Mandra ho cura.
Senza pensier sol della Mandra ho cura. [Without a care I look after my herd.]
Appo G.Wagner Venezai C.P.E.S.
[n.d., c.1750.]
Engraving. Sheet size: 350 x 460mm (13¾ x 18¼"). Trimmed inside plate.
Two figures, a male and female, herding cattle and a ram across a stream, as another shepherd watches on. A mother feeds her child in the right foregound. After Dutch Golden Age painter Nicolaes Pieterszoon Berchem (1620 - 1683).
[Ref: 38422]   £260.00  
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[A dancing bear in an Italianate village.]
[A dancing bear in an Italianate village.]
[by Christian Bernhard Rode?]
[n.d., c.1770.]
Etching. Image 210 x 280mm (8 x 11"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
A bear dances, held by a chain on a nose ring, with the music provided by a man playing pagpipes, watched by a throng of villagers surrounded by farm animals. Behind is a Doric portico.
[Ref: 38796]   £260.00  
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Children at a Cottage Door.
Children at a Cottage Door.
J. Cristall, pinx.t. F.C. Lewis sculp.t. Printed by Ja.s Lahee.
London, Publishe April 21st 1817, by J. Cristall, Lower Lisson Steet, Mary-le-bone.
Engraving, very large margins, printed on 1822 watermark paper. 365 x 405mm, 14½ x 16". Worming in title area, one small worm hole in image.
[Ref: 26775]   £220.00  
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[Two children playing with a dog]
[Two children playing with a dog]
[French, c.1785]
Stipple printed in sepia, sheet 150 x 170mm (6 x 6¾"). Trimmed to platemark.
Stipple probably copied from a British print by a French engraver.
[Ref: 39845]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[Two children, one asleep, with a birdcage and cat]
[Two children, one asleep, with a birdcage and cat]
[French, c.1785]
Stipple printed in sepia, sheet 150 x 170mm (6 x 6¾"). Trimmed to platemark.
Stipple probably copied from a British print by a French engraver.
[Ref: 39846]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[A Cottager Going to Market.] [&] [A Cottager Returned from Market.]
[A Cottager Going to Market.] [&] [A Cottager Returned from Market.]
[Painted & Engrave'd by Ja.s Ward, Painter & Engraver to H.R.H. the Prince of Wales.]
[Published April 1. 1800, by James Ward & Co. No. 6, Newman Street, London.]
Pair of mezzotints. Each sheet 440 x 560mm (17¼ x 22"). Trimmed to plate on three sides, to image at bottom, losing titles and inscriptions, a few small worm holes, backed with newspape. However fine impressions.
Two scenes outside a thatched cottage: in the morning a cart horse stands ready harnessed and a man pulls on his boots, while his wife pours an alcoholic drink from a bottle; later in the day the family unload their purchases while a large sow look on.
Frankau: 25/26
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[The Cottagers.]
[The Cottagers.]
Cor. Dusart pinx.t. 1682. Engrav'd by Woollett the Landscape in Aquafortis by J. Browne.
[n.d., c.1765.]
Engraving. Proof before title, fine impression. Platemark: 505 x 380mm (20 x 15"). Small margins. Slight crease. Small chips to upper right edge of sheet.
An exterior scene outside a rustic cottage, with a man leaning over the door smoking a pipe, and a number of other figures gathered around
Fagan LVI. State VI of X. Provenance: Hooton Pagnell Hall, Yorkshire.
[Ref: 40345]   £360.00  
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[Country Cottage.]
[Country Cottage.]
[n.d. c.1840.]
Pen and ink with crayon, with pen inscription to lower left: Mr Cleather WFW. 210 x 298mm. 8¼ x 11¾".
A countryside scene: with a cottage to the left with a derelict barn to the right build on top of a bridge over a flowing stream.
[Ref: 24957]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The Country Girl Carrying a Present to the Lord of the Manor meets with an unwelcome Reception.
The Country Girl Carrying a Present to the Lord of the Manor meets with an unwelcome Reception. [&] The Country Girl Persued by the Mastiffs rescued by the Courage of her Brother.
Painted by R.M. Paye. Engraved by J.no Young, Engraver in Mezzotinto to His Royal Huighness the Prince of Wales.
London, Published Jan.y 1st 1792 by J.no Young, Engraver to His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, Cockspur St.t.
Pair of very fine & rare mezzotints with large margins. Ea. 630 x 430mm (24¾ x 17").
The Country Girl has dogs set on her as a joke and is rescued by her brother with a club.
Ex: Oettingen-Wallerstein collection.
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Country Sport
Country Sport
Printed and Published by W. Davison Alnwick.
Etching, platemark 170 x 235mm (6¾ x 9½") large margins.
Man and boy chasing a pig in vicinity of an alehouse. Another man lays sprawled on the floor, presmably having failed in an attempt to do likewise. Etching published by William Davison, publisher of popular prints and satires, and pharmacist, usually referred to as Davison of Alnwick after the Northumberland town where he lived. In the period between 1812 and 1817, Davison produced a number of caricatures often based on better known prints.
[Ref: 43836]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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[Couple in woods]
[Couple in woods]
Chodowiecki del. Geyser sc.
[c.1770]
Etching, sheet 75 x 75mm (3 x 3"). Trimmed; 'vignette' written in ms lower left.
Etching after Daniel Chodowiecki (1726-1801), German painter and etcher whose output as a printmaker consists of over 2000 plates. He was the director of the Berliner Akamie from 1797, and also an avid collector of prints and drawings.
[Ref: 46368]   £30.00   (£36.00 incl.VAT)
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[Man, woman and sheep in a landscape.]
[Man, woman and sheep in a landscape.]
J. Smith ex. [first issued c.1700, this a later 18th century impression.]
Mezzotint on wove paper from the republished state by John Smith. Image 160 x 210mm, 6¼ x 8¼". Trimmed into lower part of plate; plate somewhat worn.
A shepherd seated and leaning against a rock in the foreground; he wears a hat and smock and plays on a flute. His companion an attrative young woman, distracts him by offereing a garland of flowers, sheep to left and in the background. John Smith was a leading London publisher in the late 17th and early 18th century and part of his cata;ogue included mezzotint copies in reverse by the famous earlier mezzotints from engravers such as Blooteling who first engraved this scene after Govert Flinck (Dutch, 1615 - 1660), and issued by Bernard Lens.
Chaloner Smith undescribed.
[Ref: 21253]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Cow, sheep, and a woman (a drover?) riding a donkey.]
[Cow, sheep, and a woman (a drover?) riding a donkey.]
T. Sidney Cooper 1838.
[London, Published by Ackermann & Co. 30th. March, 1839. Printed by C. Hullmandel.]
Lithograph. 368 x 546mm. 14½ x 21½".
Cows and sheep being lead across a stream; a woman on a donkey herding at the rear. A plate 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: 22736]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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La Basse Cour.
La Basse Cour. Dediée a Monsieur le Marquis de Mirabeau Par son tres humble serviteur J.P. Le Bas.
D. Teniers pinx. J.P. Le Bas Sculp.
A Paris Chez l'Auteur Graveur du Roy rue de la Harpe 1743.
Etching, fine impression. 365 x 450mm (14½ x 17¾"). Trimmed close to plate.
The interior of a stable, with cows, pigs and chickens. A couple feed the cattle.
BM 1850,0713.62.
[Ref: 43465]   £260.00  
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The Glory of the Creation of God.
The Glory of the Creation of God.
[n.d. c.1805.]
Aquatint. 106 x 95mm (4¼ x 3¾"). Cut, small tear on left.
In a field standing by a tree are a family of four; the man standing holding a pitch fork, the son on the nearside of the tree, the mother sat on the floor holding on to the daughter, whose face is buried in the folds of the mother's skirt. On the ground sits a sickle; field of a corn and cut bales in the background. There is a very strong wind and lightning; a demonstration of God's power.
[Ref: 28622]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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[A Dairy.]
[A Dairy.]
[n.d., c.1800.]
Engraving. Sheet: 165 x 215mm (6½ x 8½"). Trimmed within plate.
A rustic farmyard scene showing two milkmaids, one milking, in conversation with a farmhand while a woman behinds feeds some chickens.
[Ref: 46219]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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No. 11. [Group of Donkeys, and Rustic Children.]
No. 11. [Group of Donkeys, and Rustic Children.]
R. Hills delin.t
Pub. by R. Bowyer, Pall Mall, 1825.
Scarce hand coloured aquatint. Sheet 356 x 438mm. 14 x 17¼". A fine and clean impression, with fresh and bright original colour. Mint with text.
A group of donkeys seated and standing outside a rustic countryside cottage; children sit nearby admiring the animals and a man feeds the smallest from his hand. From the rare folio of 12 plates 'A Selection of Fac-Similes of Water-Colour Drawings, from the Works of the Most Distinguished British Artists', 1825; a first issue, before the title below the image. After Francis Nicholson (1753 - 1844); other striking compositions in the book are contributed by Samuel Prout, Robert Hills, John Smith and William Collins.
Abbey, Life: 197, 11. BL: 003332105.
[Ref: 18671]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Dutch.
Dutch.
W: M: Craig, 1813.
Published by W. M. Craig Jan.y. 1st. 1813.
Etching. Plate 210 x 146mm. 8¼ x 5¾".
A boy outside a stable, leaning against the lower part of the door; in one hand he holds a glass and in the other a wine jug. Grape vine leaves can be seen crawling on the side of the stable wall.
Ex Collection Norman Blackburn.
[Ref: 18519]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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A Dutch Merry Making.
A Dutch Merry Making. From an Original Picture of the same size in the Collection of Willm. Baillie, Esqr.
Brackenberg Pinxt. Ryland Sculpt.
Publish'd Feby. 1. 1775, by W.W. Ryland Engraver to his Majesty, No. 159, near Somerset House, Strand, London.
Engraving, plate 222 x 246mm (8¾ x 9¾"). Large margins. Corners slightly worn.
Interior of a tavern with peasants drinking; a fiddler to the right.
[Ref: 38405]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Vüe de la Ferme.
Vüe de la Ferme.
L.C. de Carmontelle, Inv, del. O. Michel, Sculp.
[n.d., c.1790.]
Etching. Sheet 295 x 480mm (11½ x 18¾"). Repaired tears entering image
A view of a very clean farmyard, with very richly dressed women walking to the right, maybe at Versailles. As the artist, Louis Carrogis Carmontelle (1717-1806), was also a playwright, set designer and landscape gardener, this could be either a theatre set or a farm-themed garden. He is best known for his watercolour of the young Mozart playing the clavier.
[Ref: 43481]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Gate of the Farm.]
[The Gate of the Farm.]
Frank Brangwyn. [signed in pencil.]
[n.d., c.1907.]
Etching with mezzotint. Plate: 300 x 250mm (11¾ x 9¾").
A view of a French farm in which figures, some carrying large baskets on their backs, walk through a large, half-open gate. Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) the Anglo-Welsh artist, painter and virtuoso engraver and illustrator.
Fine Art Society: 90.
[Ref: 36966]   £480.00  
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The Farmer's Stable.
The Farmer's Stable. From an Original Picture in the Collection of the Rev.d Henry Bate Dudley, to whom this Plate is Inscribed by his much obliged humble Serv.t Tho.s Macklin.
Morland pinxit. Ward sculpsit.
London, Publish'd Jan.y 1, 1792 by Tho.s Macklin, 89 Fleet Street.
Mezzotint. 480 x 600mm, 17¾ x 23½"). Small tear in upper margin, small margins.
A farmer spreads out hay on the floor of the stable, as a boy leads in three horseas, including a white cart-horse wearing a collar and a saddled pony.
[Ref: 43456]   £470.00  
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The Favourite Lamb. 171.
The Favourite Lamb. 171.
Loutherbourg Pinx.t
London, Printed for Rob.t Sayer No. 53 Fleet Street [n.d. 1780]
Mezzotint with very large margins, fine; 'CLB' collector's stamp verso; platemark 255 x 355mm (10 x 14").
Rural scene with two figures, sheep and dog, after Philippe Jacques de Loutherbourg (1740-1812). An artist with an extraordinarily wide range of interests (including alchemy, mysticism and chemistry) who made major contributions to costume design and scenery painting for the theatre, Loutherbourg was also an accomplished painter of landscapes and genre scenes.
Ex: collection of the Late Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 36205]   £380.00  
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[La Coquette Fixée]
[La Coquette Fixée]
[Peint par Fragonard, Peintre du Roi Gravée a l'Eau-forte par J. Couché, Terminée par Dambrun]
[1785]
Very fine engraving, sheet 380 x 285mm (15 x 11¼"). Unfinished proof before all letters, trimmed to platemark.
'The Fascinated Coquette', engraved in reverse after the painting by Jean-Honoré Fragonard (1732-1806). Beseeched by two suitors, Fragonard's heroine crowns with a wreath of roses the boy who has won her heart; he holds a target on which two of Cupid's arrows have struck the bull's-eye. Proof before names of artist and engraver, and dedication to the Marquis de Boisandré, governor of the Château de Raincy. Fragonard was a pupil and follower of Boucher who became 'the most brilliant and versatile in 18th-century France. He wielded brush, chalk and etcher's needle with extraordinary virtuosity, effortlessly varying his touch as his produced a succession of consummate masterpieces on themes from religion, mythology, genre and landscape' (Grove Dictionary of Art).
For an original etching by Fragonard see ref. 7205.
[Ref: 40291]   £360.00  
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La Visite a la Campagne.
La Visite a la Campagne.
[France, c.1830.]
Lithograph, sheet 240 x 340mm. 9½ x 13½".
A French family visiting a farmyard; the scenes features cows, pigs and chickens, as well as a woman churning milk far right. An attractive piece of French popular printing.
[Ref: 13827]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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[A garden scene with a fountain.]
[A garden scene with a fountain.]
A.Watteau p.t. G. Bockman fecit.
[n.d., c.1740.]
Mezzotint, proof before letters. 355 x 250mm.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 6489]   £380.00  
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No. 2 Gathering Wood
No. 2 Gathering Wood
Painted by G. Morland / Engrav'd by R.M. Meadows
Published Jan. 4 1816 by T. Palser Surrey side Westminster Bridge
Stipple, platemark 450 x 350mm (17¾ x 13¾"). Large margins.
Two children gathering wood. Originally published as a pair with 'Gathering Fruit'. After English painter, George Morland (1762/3 - 1804) renowned for his scenes of English rural life and picturesque landscapes. Later edition of a print first published by J.R. Smith in 1795.
[Ref: 38618]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Girl and Piggs. From the Original Picture in the Collection of the Right Honourable the Earl of Gainsborough.
Girl and Piggs. From the Original Picture in the Collection of the Right Honourable the Earl of Gainsborough.
T.Gainsborough Pinxit. W.Dickson Sculpsit.
A Paris chez Martin, M.d d'Estampes, Rue de Fossés - Montmatre, no 27.
Mezzotint, printed in colour. 400 x 275mm. [n.d., c.1800.]
Dickinson moved to Paris in the 1790s.
Not in Home.
[Ref: 2612]   £450.00  
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Girl and Calves.
Girl and Calves.
Painted by G. Morland. Engraved by W.Ward.
London Published Feb.y 28 1802 by S.Morgan No 32. Clipstone Street Fitzroy Square.
Mezzotint. 380 x 455mm. Cracking in paper restored.
Frankau 133, state iii of iii. Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 4289]   £320.00  
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Girl and Pigs.
Girl and Pigs.
Painted by G. Morland. Engraved by W.Ward.
London Published Dec.r 3. 1797. by Collins & Morgan Bolsover Street, Cavandish Square and Moore and Kirton G.t Portland Str.t.
Mezzotint. Proof. 380 x 455mm. Faint spotting in margins.
Frankau 134, state ii of iii. Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 4290]   £390.00  
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Girl and Pigs.
Girl and Pigs.
Painted by G. Morland. Engraved by W.Ward.
London Published Feb.y 28 1802 by S.Morgan No 32. Clipstone Street Fitzroy Square.
Mezzotint. 380 x 455mm. Trimmed to plate at bottom
Frankau 134, state iii of iii. Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 4291]   £280.00  
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A Glostershire team of Oxen.
A Glostershire team of Oxen. From an original drawing by R. Hills, in the possession of the proprietors of this work.
London. Pub. July 1. 1818 by T. McLean.
Aquatint. Sheet 325 x 445mm (12¾ x 17½"), watermarked 'J Whatman Turkey Mills 1817' Trimmed within plate.
A team of oxen yoked to a haycart, with workers forking hay up. This plate comes from McLean's edition of John Hassell's 'Aqua Pictura', a work illustrating the progressive stages of each painting.
See Abbey Life 140 for the 1813 first edition.
[Ref: 43467]   £140.00  
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Going to Market.
Going to Market.
Engraved by W.Nutter. Painted by Singleton.
London. Published Octob.r 1st 1791. by E.M.Diemar, No.114 Strand.
Stipple, printed in brown. 440 x 330mm.
[Ref: 5540]   £520.00  
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Going to Market.
Going to Market.
Pub. by J. Ogborne No. 5 Great Portland St. [n.d., c.1780.]
Stipple with large margins. Platemark: 215 x 250mm (8½ x 9¾") Fine impression.
An exterior scene in which a farmer is leading a horse along a road to the right, upon the back of which two lambs have been strapped. A cottage can be seen behind to the left. After a drawing by Thomas Gainsborough (1727 - 1788).
[Ref: 35411]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Les Raisins.
Les Raisins. Octobre.
Numa pinx.t Régnier et Bettannier lith.
Paris_publié par Bulla et Delarue, 10 rue J.J. Rousseau. Imp. Lemercier. London_pub. 15 July 1844 by the Anaglyphic Company, 25 Berners S.t Oxford S.t.
Hand-coloured lithograph. Sheet: 410 x 285mm (16 x 11¼"). Light foxing.
A scene showing two young women picking bunches of grapes.
[Ref: 47238]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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