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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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[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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[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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[The Wellesley Arabian.]
[The Wellesley Arabian.]
[Engraved by C. Turner from the Original Picture by J.L. Agasse.]
London, Published Aug.st 19. 1810 by J.L. Agasse & Newman St Oxford St.
Rare mezzotint, proof before all letters; in pencil verso "Delphini with portrait of Mr. Wharton"; 475 x 570mm (18¾ x 22½"). Trimmed just within plate at bottom, repaired tears on right.
A grey horse in a stable, with a groom holding a blanket and a man in riding dress, holding a whip. The Grey Wellesley Arabian was an Persian-Arab cross stallion, one of two such horses brought to England in 1803 by Henry Wellesley, younger brother of the Duke of Wellington, on his return from India.
Siltzer: 41.
[Ref: 54678]   £380.00  

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