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M.r Garrick in the Farmer's Return.
M.r Garrick in the Farmer's Return.
Zoffany Pinxit. J. Boydell excudit. J. G. Haid fecit.
Published according to Act of Parliament March 1st. 1766, by J. Boydell Engraver, in Cheapside London.
Mezzotint. Plate: 430 x 500mm (17 x 19¾"). Trimmed to plate on lower edge. Creasing in corners where glued to a backing sheet at corners. Slight staining in title area. Thread margins.
A theatrical scene showing David Garrick and Mary Bradshaw in Garrick's play'The Farmer's Return from London' as performed at the Drury Lane Theatre. The farmer sits in the centre of the image recounting a tale to a woman and two children, the woman almost drops a jug in alarm and the young boy tips his candle dangerously.
CS: 3 II of II.
[Ref: 46179]   £580.00  
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Travestissemens. No.7.
Travestissemens. No.7. Magicienne.
Gatine sculp.
[La Mèsangère.][n.d., c.1828.]
A rare engraving with hand colouring. Plate: 300 x 200mm (12 x 8").
A scarce costume plate showing a female magician. The magician wears a costume decorated with devils, snakes and daggers. From the series 'Travestissemens' published by La Mèsangère between 1827-1830.
[Ref: 46689]   £280.00  
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English Minstrels. [&] French Minstrels.
English Minstrels. [&] French Minstrels.
Miss. L. Adam del.t. On Stone by W.P. Sherlock. Engleman, Fraf, Coindet & Co. lithog.
London, Published for H. Woods, by Engleman, Fraf, Coindet & Co., 14 Newman St. Aug. 1829.
Pair of lithographs. Sheets 335 x 230mm (13¼ x 9"). Repaired tears in edges.
Two plates contrasting the English and French family musicians: the English father has a drum, the mother a guitar played horizontally and the two girls tamborines; the French father has a barrel organ with a tethered squirrel, and his wife and daughter both play violins.
[Ref: 45762]   £280.00   view all images for this item
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[L'Odalisque. - L'Amusement du Sultan.]
[L'Odalisque. - L'Amusement du Sultan.]
[Michel Honoré Bounieu.]
[n.d., c.1786.]
A fine Mezzotint, proof before letters. 355 x 485mm (14 x 19"). Trimmed just within plate at bottom.
An oriental prince watching two women dancing, one of whom plays a tambourine. A black servant looks on in the background. Drawn and engraved by Michel Honoré Bounieu (1740-1814), the print was advertised in the 'Mercure' in 1786.
[Ref: 47211]   £650.00  
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