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[Brentford.] London. Sheet LXXXIII.
[Brentford.] London. Sheet LXXXIII. Edition of 1894-96.
Photozincographed and Published by the Director General at the Ordinance Survey Office, Southampton, 1897.
Zincograph with hand colour, sheet 700 x 990mm, 27½ x 39". With stencilled sheet number and mss. notes. Laid on linen. A litle wear.
A large-scale plan (1/2500) of Brentford, with the Grand Junction Canal and boston Manor Park. This sheet has been used to record the property of the Port of London Authority.
From the Port of London Authority archives.
[Ref: 11006]   £160.00  
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View of the Late Calamitous Wreck at Brentford,
View of the Late Calamitous Wreck at Brentford, Occasioned by the bursting of the Banks & Locks on the Grand Junction Canal, On Saturday Night the 16th. Jany. 1841.
Day & Haghe, Lithrs. to the Queen.
Drawn, Lithographed & Pubd. by E. Wildman, 23. Jany. 1841.
Tinted lithograph, sheet 310 x 510mm. 12¼ x 20". Some foxing and surface soiling.
In 1841 boats wrecked at Brentford included two from Tipton (Staffs.) loaded with coal, two others from Tipton with coal and peas, two from Bloxwich (Staffs.) with hoop iron, and two from Stourbridge (Worcs.) with wheat. There were also three large coal barges at Brentford End, five large barges with wheat and linseed, and a barge with slate and stone from Nuneaton (Warws.); other craft came from Wolverhampton, Brierley Hill (Staffs.), and Tipton.
[Ref: 11552]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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The South View of Cheswick.~La Veue de Cheswick a Sud.
The South View of Cheswick.~La Veue de Cheswick a Sud.
[n.d. c.1800] Published by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London.
Engraving. 395 x 260mm.
No.85 top right.
[Ref: 3742]   £350.00  
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The Thames at Chiswick [pencil.]
The Thames at Chiswick [pencil.]
Martyn Lack. 33. [pencil signature.]
[1933?]
Etching, signed in pencil. 105 x 140mm, 4¼ x 5½". Slight spotting in margins.
[Ref: 11960]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the Rt. Hon.ble the Earl of Burlington’s House at Chiswick, and part of the Town. Vüe d’une des Maisons de Plaisance du Comte de Burlington, et d’une partie du Village.
A View of the Rt. Hon.ble the Earl of Burlington’s House at Chiswick, and part of the Town. Vüe d’une des Maisons de Plaisance du Comte de Burlington, et d’une partie du Village. No.27.
P. Brooks delin. J.no Fougeron sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament May 31.st 1750. London: Printed for J. Boydell Engraver at the Unicorn the corner Queen Street Cheapside.
Engraving, paper watermarked with very large margins. Plate 280 x 451mm (11 x 17¾"). Two very small fox marks.
A view across the River Thames towards Chiswick and Chiswick House; town in the distance, boats on the water, and figures and cattle on the river bank. This Palladian villa was completed in 1729 during the reign of George II and designed by Lord Burlington, Richard Boyle (1694-1753). Handel lived with the family for two years when he arrived in England in 1712. From "A Collection of One Hundred Views In England and Wales". John Boydell's 'Collection of Views' was made after he turned from engraver to print publisher in 1767. The first collection was issued in 1770, and included some plates by printmakers other than himself.
Adams (London): 47.27.
[Ref: 29320]   £450.00  
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A View of the Serpentine River, Chiswick Gardens.
A View of the Serpentine River, Chiswick Gardens.
Pub.d April 1. 1802 by G. Thompson No.43 Long Lane, West Smithfield.
A very rare engraving. Plate 242 x 305mm. 9½ x 12". Some creasing.
View of the Cassina, the back of Chiswick House, with surrounding gardens and part of the Serpentine river, with a bridge crossing the water and figures in the foreground.
[Ref: 23281]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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[Chiswick Mall.]
[Chiswick Mall.]
[Martyn Lack.]
[n.d., 1933.]
Etching. Platemark: 110 x 140mm. (4½ x 5½"). Wide margins. Light foxing in margins.
Chiswick Mall from the banks of the Thames at low tide, looking towards Hammersmith.
[Ref: 29229]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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View of Hounslow Heath, with the Gibets and Men hanging in Chains.
View of Hounslow Heath, with the Gibets and Men hanging in Chains.
[Anon., c.1770]
Engraving, sheet 210 x 125mm (8¼ x 5").
Gibbets for executions on Hounslow Heath, now part of London but in the eighteenth century in distant countryside to the west of the city.
[Ref: 45473]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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Kendal House, the property of S.r James Smith, near Uxbridge Middlesex.
Kendal House, the property of S.r James Smith, near Uxbridge Middlesex.
Published 12th Sept.r 1792, by Rob.t Sayer & Co. Fleet Street, London.
Engraving. 170 x 270mm (6¾ x 10½"). Very slight pin hole in centre.
Kendal House, former home of the Duchess of Kendal (1667-1743), a longtime mistress of George I.
[Ref: 39779]   £110.00   (£132.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the Earl of Warwick's House at Isleworth.
A View of the Earl of Warwick's House at Isleworth.
Mr. Spyres Delint. J. Wells Excudit.
London, Pubd. Jany. 8, 1796, by J. Read, No. 133, Pall Mall.
Etching and aquatint in sepia, 260 x 360mm.10¼ x 14¼".
A very rare view of this house on the Thames at Isleworth that has been home to many illustrious occupants. On paper watermarked 1794.
Gascoigne 'Images of Twickenham': 12.
[Ref: 8715]   £250.00  
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The South-West View of Sion-Abby, in the County of Middlesex. 21.
The South-West View of Sion-Abby, in the County of Middlesex. 21. To the Right Hon:ble Algernon, Earl of Hartford...Mary refounded it, and Queen Elizabeth again dissolv'd it. Tis now a Seat of his Grace Duke of Somerset: an: Vl. 1731: 8s: 4a: Dug:
S: & N: Buck del: & sculp: Publisht according to Act of Parliament March 25th 1737.
Publisht according to Act of Parliament March 25th 1737.
Hand-coloured engraving, with very large margins. Plate 247 x 369mm. 9¾ x 14½".
Syon Monastery, founded by the Bridgettine Order in 1415. As seen here the estate came into the possession of Edward Seymour, 1st Duke of Somerset, who started work on building the first Syon House in the Italian Renaissance style. The engraving describes below the image, the history of the castle, from Norman times to the early 18th century, including the numerous changes of ownership.
[Ref: 26169]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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A view of Sion House, looking towards Kew.  Vue du Chateau de Sion, regardant vers Kew.
A view of Sion House, looking towards Kew. Vue du Chateau de Sion, regardant vers Kew.
Boydell Delin & Sculp.
Publish'd according to Act 'Parliament, & Sold by J.Boydell Engraver at the Unicorn the corner of Queen Street Cheapside, London. 1753.
Copper engraving, c.1790. 260 x 425mm.
[Ref: 857]   £220.00  
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View of Sion House from the Banks of the Thames.
View of Sion House from the Banks of the Thames.
Drawn by N.Pocock. Engrav'd by I.Hassell.
London, Publish'd Sep.tr 1799, by J.Brydon opposite Northumberland House Charing Cross.
Coloured aquatint. 335 x 470mm. Some skinning of the paper surface in unprinted areas.
Rare.
[Ref: 4681]   £420.00  
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Strand on the Green. [in pencil]
Strand on the Green. [in pencil] 'One of the quaintest and least spoilt places on the Thames is Strand-on-the-Green, below Kew Bridge on the Middlesex bank. The view from the interesting old houses is charming on account of the pretty eyot in the middle of the river. The inhabitants are chiefly watermen, but artists and writers have also lived in the very quaint houses. Zoffany, the painted, died at Strand-on-the-Green in 1810, and Joe Miller, the wit, lived there. The Maltster's building on the left-and important feature from an artistic point of view-was recently pulled down'.
J. Alphege Brewer.
[n.d. c.1900]
Etching. 156 x 228mm. 6 x 9".
[Ref: 14367]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Perspective View of the Bridge at Sion.
Perspective View of the Bridge at Sion.
R. Adam Architect 1768 / E. Rooker Sculp.t
[London: Printed for the Authors; And sold by Peter Elmsly [....] MDCCLXXVII]
Engraving with very large margins, platemark 455 x 600mm (18 x 23½"). Repaired tears.
Robert Adam's unrealized plan for a bridge at Syon House. Plate from the Adam brothers' "Works in Architecture". At the time the work was published, Adam was presumably confident that the plan would go ahead, as his accompanying text ('the whole is new and is reckoned fanciful and picturesque') suggests that the bridge in fact already existed. Robert and his brother James Adam forever changed the face of British architecture by introducing innovative Classical design ideas. Together, they designed and built some of the most famous buildings in England, including Kenwood House, Keddlestone Manor, and Syon House. The brothers diversified by designing furniture to complement their beautiful interiors and by creating and publishing their 'Works' as a treatise on design, in three volumes beginning in 1773 and concluding with a posthumous volume of 1822.
[Ref: 31969]   £360.00  
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2.e Vue de Twickenham. Angleterre.
2.e Vue de Twickenham. Angleterre. Sites historiques
H. Vander-Burch lith.
Paris Turcis Jeune Imp.e Editeur, rue des Ecoles 80.
Lithograph, rare, sheet 285 x 335mm (11¼ x 13¼"). Crease through centre.
The distinctive Ferry House and adjacent buildings on Riverside, Twickenham, with the river Thames in the foreground. The houses are very near to Orleans House (now the Orleans House Gallery), so named because in 1815, after Napoleon's return to power in France, Louis Philippe, duc d'Orleans became tenant of the house. Louis Philippe was accompanied by a large retinue, including two aides de camp who lived at Ferry House. It is probably for this reason that this French print focuses on this uncommon view.
Not in Gascoyne
[Ref: 43169]   £240.00  
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A View of the House and part of the Garden of His Grace the Duke of Argyl, at Whitton.
A View of the House and part of the Garden of His Grace the Duke of Argyl, at Whitton. [&] A View of the Canal and of the Gothick Tower in the Garden of his Grace the Duke of Argyl at Whitton.
W.Woollett del. Et Sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament June 1757, and Sold by John Tinney at the Golden Lion in Fleetstreet, London.
Pair of coloured engravings, each c. 370 x 540mm, 14½ x 21¼". Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
Two views of Whitton Park, Middlesex. Enclosed on land that had been part of Hounslow Heath, it was established by Archibald Campbell, third Duke of Argyll, in 1722. A founder of the Royal Bank of Scotland, and nicknamed the 'Treemonger' by Horace Walpole, he planted many exotic species of plants and trees, making his gardens famous. After his death many plants, including mature trees, were moved to Princess Augusta's gardens at Kew, which evolved into the Royal Botanic Gardens. Some of his trees are still alive.
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A View of the Canal and of the Gothick Tower in the Garden of his Grace the Duke of Argyl at Whitton.
A View of the Canal and of the Gothick Tower in the Garden of his Grace the Duke of Argyl at Whitton.
[after William Woollett.]
London Printed for Rob.t Sayer Map & Printseller in Fleet Street. [n.d., c.1770.]
Engraving. 180 x 280mm (7 x 11") very large margins.
Enclosed on land that had been part of Hounslow Heath, Whitton Park was established by Archibald Campbell, third Duke of Argyll, in 1722. A founder of the Royal Bank of Scotland, and nicknamed the 'Treemonger' by Horace Walpole, he planted many exotic species of plants and trees, making his gardens famous. After his death many plants, including mature trees, were moved to Princess Augusta's gardens at Kew, which evolved into the Royal Botanic Gardens. Some of his trees are still alive. From "Twelve Views of Gentlemens Seats and Gardens by Woollett &c.".
[Ref: 45248]   £140.00  
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