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The Cinque Ports' Ball. To His Grace the Duke of Wellington, at Dover, Sept.r 5.th 1839.
The Cinque Ports' Ball. To His Grace the Duke of Wellington, at Dover, Sept.r 5.th 1839.
On stone from a Drawing on the Spot by W.m Burgess. Printed at A. Ducote's Lithographic Establishment, No 70, St Martin's Lane, London.
Pub.d Oct.r 25th 1839 by Thomas Rigden, Dover; and in London by Ackermann & C.o 96, Strand, and Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet Street.
Lithograph with fine hand colour. 385 x 505mm (15¼ x 19¾"). Dusty in margins.
A view of the interior of the Wellington Pavilion, erected on the Priory Meadow (now St Martin's Terrace), during the Wellington Festival Ball in August 1839. The Duke can be seen in conversation. One of a set of three prints by William Burgess, with a view of the exterior of the pavilion and an interior during the Wellington Dinner, held a week before the ball.
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The Cinque Ports' Banquet. To His Grace the Duke of Wellington, at Dover, August 30.th 1839.
The Cinque Ports' Banquet. To His Grace the Duke of Wellington, at Dover, August 30.th 1839.
On stone from a Drawing on the Spot by W.m Burgess. Printed at A. Ducote's Lithographic Establishment, No 70, St Martin's Lane, London.
Pub.d Sept.r 25th 1839 by Thomas Rigden, Dover; and in London by Ackermann & C.o 96, Strand, and Charles Tilt, 86, Fleet Street.
Lithograph with fine hand colour. 385 x 505mm (15¼ x 19¾"). Nick in left edge, slight staining in unprinted area on right.
A view of the interior of the Wellington Pavilion, erected on the Priory meadow (now St Martin's Terrace), during the Wellington Festival Banquet in August 1839. The Duke can be seen on the top table. One of a set of three prints by William Burgess, with a view of the exterior of the pavilion and an interior during the Wellington Ball, held a week after the dinner.
[Ref: 60226]   £360.00  
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Camp Of 41st. Regiment, Dover Heights; Camp Of The 93rd. Highlanders, Western Heights, Dover; Camps Of 44th. & 49th. Regiments, Arch Cliff Fort, Dover; A Field Day Of The Highland Brigade, Dover.
Camp Of 41st. Regiment, Dover Heights; Camp Of The 93rd. Highlanders, Western Heights, Dover; Camps Of 44th. & 49th. Regiments, Arch Cliff Fort, Dover; A Field Day Of The Highland Brigade, Dover.
W. Burgess, del. et lith.
Printed at 70, St. Martins Lane, London. [n.d., c.1857.]
Set of 4 coloured lithographs, each sheet 380 x 560mm. 15 x 22".
A series of four views devoted to the tented encampments on the Western Heights, where the men were being employed building the new officers’ mess, barracks and defensive works then under construction. By William Burgess (1805 - 1860), painter and draughtsman who worked in Dover and London.
Provenance: Pemberton family of Trumpington Hall.
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Marine Parade Waterloo Crescent, &c. From East Cliff.
Marine Parade Waterloo Crescent, &c. From East Cliff.
On Stone by W. Burgess. Printed at 10 St. Martins Lane.
Published by T. Rigden, Dover, 1844.
Rare Lithograph. 253 x 342mm. 10 x 13½".
Donkey walks on the seashore, farmers with horse and cart in the field, cannons above the field. A large crowd gathered in the centre, yachts and ships at sea, a steamer close to the shoreline. Waterloo Crescent, along the Sea Front at Dover. The decision to start building on the shingle bank was taken by the Harbour Commissioners in 1816 and the houses along Waterloo Crescent were commenced in 1834.
[Ref: 17995]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Red Cedar. In the Grounds at Wimbledon House.
Red Cedar. In the Grounds at Wimbledon House. Plate 21. [top right-hand corner]
H.W. Burgess delt. 1829. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[J.Dickinson, 114 New Bond Street, London.]
Lithograph. 432 x 348mm. 17" x 13¾". Cut and laid on paper.
From 'Eidodendron : views of the general character and appearance of trees foreign and indigenous connected with picturesque scenery'. (published 1827)
[Ref: 8773]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Richmond Terrace.
Richmond Terrace.
H.W. Burgess. 1839.
Pencil sketch. 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Some spotting, mounted on card.
A view looking from Richmond Terrace down to the Thames, Petersham Meadows, Ham, Marble Hill and Twickenham. Henry William Burgess (c.1792-1839) became landscape painter to the Duke of Clarence (later William IV) in 1826. He is best known for his series of lithographs, 'Eidodendron: Views of the General Character and Appearance of Trees Foreign and Indigenous Connected with Picturesque Scenery'.
[Ref: 61691]   £420.00  
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[Ullswater] To Sir John Call, Bar.t, This View of Ullswater Lake,
[Ullswater] To Sir John Call, Bar.t, This View of Ullswater Lake, is with the greatest respect inscribed by his muchg obliged & obedient Serv.t W.m Burgess.
Drawn from Nature by W.m Burgess. Engraved by F. Jukes.
Publish'd as the Act directs by W.m Burgess Drawing Master Michaels Grove Brompton.
Aquatint. 470 x 540mm (18½ x 21¼"). Small tear entering inscription area, wear to margins.
A man on horseback talks to a herdsman with two cows, with the lake and distant mountains. One of a series eight views after drawings made by William Burgess in 1792, published firstly by the artist 1793-4 and then re-published by Jukes, in 1796.
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An old Yew, Anckerwycke near Staines, Seat of G.S. Harcourt Esq.r.
An old Yew, Anckerwycke near Staines, Seat of G.S. Harcourt Esq.r.
H.W. Burgess del.t. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
[London: J. Dickinson, 1827.]
Lithograph on chine collé. 350 x 415mm (13½ x 16¼") with very large margins.
The Ankerwycke Yew, believed to be between 1,400 and 2,500 years old. Situated on the opposite side of the Thames to Runnymede, the tree is said to be the last surviving witness to the signing of the Magna Carta. Plate 43 of 'Eidodendron: Views of the General Character and Appearance of Trees Foreign and Indigenous Connected with Picturesque Scenery'. Henry William Burgess (c.1792-1839) became landscape painter to the Duke of Clarence (later William IV) in 1826.
[Ref: 51282]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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