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Charterhouse School, from Frith Hill. 'Sundown' [in image].
Charterhouse School, from Frith Hill. 'Sundown' [in image].
Ed. Burrow del. EJ Burrow sc [pencil signature.]
Published by W.H. Beynon & Co. Cheltenham. [c.1900.]
Etching on india laid paper, 190 x 275mm. 7½ x 10¼".
A view at Charterhouse School near Godalming, Surrey. In 1611 the founder Thomas Sutton, one of the wealthiest men in Jacobean England, made provision for the establishment of a hospital for pensioners and a school for boys. Buildings near Smithfield in London which had once housed a Carthusian monastery, established in the fourteenth century, were purchased, and Sutton was buried in the chapel. The School arrived in Godalming in June 1872. Remarque of house and chapel lower left. By Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 14749]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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The Founder's Court, Charterhouse [in image].
The Founder's Court, Charterhouse [in image].
Ed. Burrow 1899 [to plate.] EJ Burrow sc [pencil signature.]
Published by W.H. Beynon & Co. Cheltenham. [c.1900.]
Etching on india laid paper, 190 x 275mm. 7½ x 10¼".
A view at Charterhouse School near Godalming, Surrey. In 1611 the founder Thomas Sutton, one of the wealthiest men in Jacobean England, made provision for the establishment of a hospital for pensioners and a school for boys. Buildings near Smithfield in London which had once housed a Carthusian monastery, established in the fourteenth century, were purchased, and Sutton was buried in the chapel. The School arrived in Godalming in June 1872. Remarque of bust of the founder and his motto lower right. By Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 14745]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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No 4. The Wye at Chepstow.
No 4. The Wye at Chepstow.
Edw. Burrow Sc 1896.
Etching. 255 x 300mm (9¾ x 11¾").
[Ref: 12048]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Big School, Clifton College.
Big School, Clifton College.
Ed. Burrow del.
Published by W.H. Beyman & Co. Cheltenham. [n.d., c.1898.]
Etching on india, signed in pencil. 185 x 240mm (7¼ x 9½") Very large margins.
By Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 37885]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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Clifton College. 1898.
Clifton College. 1898.
ED [Edward Burrow].
Published by W.H. Beyman & Co. Cheltenham. [n.d., c.1898.]
Etching on india, signed in pencil. 185 x 240mm (7¼ x 9½") Very large margins.
By Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 37886]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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[A mirage?]
[A mirage?]
[by Edward John Burrow.]
[n.d., c.1915.]
Rare etching. 200 x 280mm (8 x 11"), with large margins.
A war time desert scene, with human skeletons surrounded by vultures. Behind is a shimmering city, with palm trees and a river, perhaps the Nile: as it was unreachable by the poor travellers it is probably a mirage. By Edward John Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and several series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 58019]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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The Repton Portfolio: Nine Etchings.
The Repton Portfolio: Nine Etchings.
by Edward J. Burrow.
W.H. Beynon & Co., Fine Art Publishers to the Queen, Cheltenham. [n.d., c.1897]
Nine etchings as called for, all on india paper and signed by the artist, interleaved and bound. 320 x 430mm. 12½ x 17". Slight foxing in margins, cover rubbed.
Nine etchings of Repton, Derby, as follows: 1. The Old Archway 2. The Archway, from "Big School" Door 3. The Priory and Hall 4. Pears' Hall 5. The Chapel 6. The Saxon Crypt, Repton Church 7. The Hall, from the Meadows 8. Etwall Hospital, Gateway 9. Repton, from South East.
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Rossall, from the Cricket-Field.
Rossall, from the Cricket-Field.
E. Burrows.
Published by W.H. Beynon & C.o. Cheltenham.
Rare etching, on india paper. Plate: 175 x 315mm (7 x 12½''), with large margins.
A view of Rossall School in Lancashire.
[Ref: 50050]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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The Shrewbury Portfolio. Seven Etchings by Edward J. Barrow.
The Shrewbury Portfolio. Seven Etchings by Edward J. Barrow. 1, School from Quarry. 2. School from Ferry. 3. School from Lawn. 4. Chapel. 5. Severn from School. 6. Archway of Old Grammar School. 7. Old Market House, Shrewsbury.
W.H. Beynon & Co., Fine Art Publishers, Cheltenham [n.d., c.1901].
Oblong folio, (340 x 440mm, 13½ x 17¼"), original lettered cloth; letterpress title and seven plates on chine collé mounted on card, each signed in pencil by the artist. Covers soiled, tissue guards browned, tear in endpaper.
One plate has the engraved date 1901.
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Trafalgar Square by St. Martin's. 1933 [pencil.]
Trafalgar Square by St. Martin's. 1933 [pencil.]
EJ Burrow del. [pencil signature.]
Original grey watercolour, heightened with white, image 290 x 225mm. 11½ x 9". Laid on card.
Nelson's Column and Trafalgar Square, parts of St. Martins-in-the-Fields and the National Gallery in the foreground. Many pedestrians, cars and buses; a pleasing composition. Perhaps a print study, by Edward J. Burrow, known for his topographical etchings and series of views of public schools.
[Ref: 12083]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Seven Etchings of Wellington College
Seven Etchings of Wellington College
by Edward J. Burrow.
W.H. Benyon & Co., Fine Art Publishers to the Queen, Cheltenham. [1895]
List of plates and seven interleaved etchings as called for bound in folio. 390 x 300mm. 15¼ x 12". Discoloration to list of plates, occasional foxing in margins.
Seven plates of Wellington College: 1. The College (from the South) 2. A Corner of the Quadrangle. 3. The Pavilion. 4. A Picturesque Corner. 5. The Ante-Chapel. 6. The "No-Thoroughfare" Gate. 7. The College (from the Lakes). The college was founded in 1859 as a monument to the Duke of Wellington.
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