The First of September Morning. [&] The First of September Evening.
London Publish'd May 1.1794 by T. Simpson St. Paul's Church Yard. W. Ward. Delancey Place. Hampstead Road, and at No.41 Frith Street, Soho.
A pair of fine mezzotints. Plate 476 x 602mm. 18¾ x 23¾".
Morning: Interior of a stable, with men, dogs and horses; a man tying a collar on a dog, his gun resting against the wall, a horse behind him, another tethered outside, and a third standing ready with a man in a smock leading it by the bridle; and Evening: Villagers sitting outside a thatched inn, with the sign of a lion, two talking at the porch, one sitting with his dogs and gun, the other holding up a dead rabbit, a little girl next to him, a third inside, leaning against the window-ledge, and a fourth setting out down the hill to right, leading a saddled horse.
Frankau: 117 & 118. Ex Collection: The Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 25276] £380.00