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Calm.  [&]  Storm.
Calm. [&] Storm.
Chatelain invet. et delin.
Printed for Robt. Sayer, Printseller in Fleet Street [originally c.1750, these later impressions on 19th century paper].
Pair of etchings on wove paper, 'Calm' with watermark '1822(?)', each 195 x 255mm. 7¾ x 10". 'Calm' with (printers?) crease through title into lower part of image.
Two landscapes, the serene and peaceful 'Calm' (featuring a gentleman reading a book in centre foreground) contrasting with the windswept scene with two pedestrians struggling at left, and a fallen tree at right. Both compositions show buildings across water in distance. First plate numbered '18' upper left. Jean Baptiste Chatelain (French/British, 1710 - 1758) was a topographical draughtsman and printmaker working in London.
[Ref: 23430]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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A View of the River Thames from Chelsea.
A View of the River Thames from Chelsea.
Chas. White, Sct.
[London, n.d., c.1794.]
Rare etching. 120 x 170mm (4¾ x 6¾). Two small stitching marks in the left margin.
A charming view; in the foreground a woman guides a child along the top of a wall. A pedlar approaches from right, his wares in a tray strapped to his front. Numbered 'No.3' upper right, for 'Six Views of the Thames', Laurie & Whittle. After Jean Baptiste Chatelain (1710? - 1771).
Guildhall Library Record: 6832. Longford Images of Chelsea: 201. For an uncut sheet of 'Six Views of the Thames' see ref. 4028.
[Ref: 53573]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the River Thames from Chelsea [two variants after Jean Baptiste Chatelain (1710? - 1771).]  [With]  [A drawing of the Thames at Chelsea.] (3)
A View of the River Thames from Chelsea [two variants after Jean Baptiste Chatelain (1710? - 1771).] [With] [A drawing of the Thames at Chelsea.] (3)
[British, c. 1790s.]
Two etchings tipped into a single folio album leaf. Together with fragment strip from a panorama of Chelsea pasted between, pen & ink with bluish-grey wash. Sheet 485 x 330mm, 19 x 13". Drawing soiled and stained; the two prints lacking margins.
The printed compositions are almost identical, with changes to the figures in the foreground: above, a couple with their backs to the viewer looking out over the water; in the image below in their place a woman guides a child along the top of a wall. Also a pedlar approaches from right, his wares in a tray strapped to his front. This etching is signed 'Chas. White Sct' and is numbered 'No.3' upper right, for 'Six Views of the Thames', Laurie & Whittle. The drawing is in the manner of Joseph Farington (1747 - 1821).
Guildhall Library Record: 6832. Longford Images of Chelsea: 201.
[Ref: 25697]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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[A View of Chelsea.]
[A View of Chelsea.]
Vivares fecit.
[British, n.d., c. 1740s.]
Large etching, proof on watermarked laid paper, printmaker's name in scratched letters (twice). sheet 330 x 485mm, 13 x 19". Centrefold crease, cut.
Attractive view of the Thames at Chelsea with figures including ferryman on the bank in left foreground, beside a fisherman; another carrying a net over his shoulder to right, boats on the water and upmarket residences on the opposite side of the river. First published by Bowles in 1744, this print is listed in the 1753 Bowles catalogue, p.44, under the title 'Perspective Views in and about London', and is number 13. After John Maurer (fl.1713 - c.1761).
Longford Images of Chelsea: 250.
[Ref: 25700]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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[Gobions] A perspective View of the Bowling Green &c. at Gubbins in Hertfordshire, a Seat of S.r Jeremy Sambrooke Bart.
[Gobions] A perspective View of the Bowling Green &c. at Gubbins in Hertfordshire, a Seat of S.r Jeremy Sambrooke Bart.
Chatelain delin.
[Publish'd according to Act of Parliament March 1746. & Sold by John Tinney at the Gol]den Lion in Fleet Street, London.
Engraving, 18th century watermark. Sheet 280 x 460mm (11 x 18"). Trimmed to plate on three sides and into plate at bottom, losing part of publication line, damage in title repaired, bottom right corner replaced, folds flattened, creasing.
A view of a bowling green surrounded by hedges and woodland, with a man fishing in the water watched by promenaders. The famous Pleasure Grounds at Gobions, in North Mymms, were created by Charles Bridgeman for Sir Jeremy Sambrooke, 5th Baronet (d.1754), with money earned in the East India Company by his ancestors. Daniel Defoe called Gobions 'one of the most remarkable curiosities in England'. Queen Caroline visited in 1732. One of the earliest images of bowls.
See Ref: 58259
[Ref: 58260]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[Gobions] A perspective view of the Canal at Gubbins in Hertfordshire, a Seat of S.r Jeremy Sambrooke Bart.
[Gobions] A perspective view of the Canal at Gubbins in Hertfordshire, a Seat of S.r Jeremy Sambrooke Bart.
Chatelain delin.
[Publish'd according to Act of Parliament March 1746. & Sold by] John Tinney at the Golden Lion in Fleet Street, London.
Engraving, 18th century watermark. Sheet 280 x 460mm (11 x 18"). Trimmed to plate on three sides and into plate at bottom, losing part of publication line, damage in title repaired, bottom right corner replaced, folds flattened. Creasing.
A view of an ornamental lake surrounded by hedges and woodland, with a man fishing in the water watched by promenaders. The famous Pleasure Grounds at Gobions, in North Mymms, were created by Charles Bridgeman for Sir Jeremy Sambrooke, 5th Baronet (d.1754), with money earned in the East India Company by his ancestors. Daniel Defoe called Gobions 'one of the most remarkable curiosities in England'. Queen Caroline visited in 1732.
See Ref: 58260
[Ref: 58259]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the English Grotto, near the New River Head.
A View of the English Grotto, near the New River Head.
[after Jean Baptiste Chatelain.]
[n.d., c.1750.]
Etching. 200 x 260mm (8 x 10¼"), very large margins. Slight horizonatal crease.
A view of the English Grotto, a tavern in Rosoman Street, Islington. The Crace catalogue (in the British Museum) attributes this print to Chatelain; another impression in the Marx Pennant suggests it is after Chatelain, engraved by Francis Vivares and published by John Rocque.
BM: 1880,1113.4869.
[Ref: 43293]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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The South East View of Kensington Church. 25
The South East View of Kensington Church. 25
Chatelain delin. J. Roberts sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament Oct 20 1750.
Engraving. 85 x 130mm (3¼ x 5"); very large margins.
A view centred on St. Mary Abbots, from Jean Baptiste Chatelain's 'Fifty Views of Villages, &c. from the most agreeable Prospects near London'. Later editions were printed by Robert Sayer.
[Ref: 40678]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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The South View of Kensington.
The South View of Kensington.
Chatelain delin. J. Roberts sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament. [n.d. c.1750.]
Etching, with large margins, 85 x 130mm. 3½ x 5". Glue straining visible outside the image, top and bottom.
Figures and buildings in a landscape at Kensington, now in west London. Numbered '24' upper right. One of a series of views around London after Jean Baptiste Chatelain (French/British, 1710 - 1758).
[Ref: 26240]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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The South View of Kensington. La Veüe de Kensington au Sud.
The South View of Kensington. La Veüe de Kensington au Sud.
Published by Laurie & Whittle, 53 Fleet Street, London. [n.d. c.1800]
Coloured engraving. 250 x 400mm, 9¾ x 15¾".
Based on a drawing by Jean Baptiste Claude Chatelain, the view looks across Kensington, with Campden House on the left. Although it has now been demolished it have its name to the area between Kensington and Notting Hill.
for the similar view after Chatelain see ref. 26240
[Ref: 26301]   £380.00  
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The East View of Kew and Strand Green.
The East View of Kew and Strand Green.
Chatelain delin. J. Roberts sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament. [n.d. c.1750.]
Hand-coloured engraving. Glue straining visible outside the image, top and bottom.
One of a series of views around London after Jean Baptiste Chatelain. A view looking east, showing Kew on the South bank of the river; a rural scene.
[Ref: 19284]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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[Untitled landscape.]
[Untitled landscape.]
Chatelain Inv.t. R. Roberts Sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament June the 27th, by Hen. Roberts, Engraver, & Printseller, facing Turnstile Holborn.
Engraving. 195 x 255mm (7¾ x 10"), with very large margins. Paper crack in plate on left, Paper toned.
A country road leading away from a town in the distance.
[Ref: 55545]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Veue du Mall dans St. James's Park.
Veue du Mall dans St. James's Park. A View of the Mall in St James's Park.
Chatelain delin. W.H. Toms Sculp.
London Printed for Rob.t Sayer, at the Golden Buck opposite Fetter lane Fleet Street & Hen.y Overton without Newgate [n.d. c.1760].
Etching, trimmed to image and laid on card in a contemporary presentation for a Vue D'Optique machine, with blackened margins. Title detached and pasted to verso, as custom. Fine early colour. Extremities bumped and rubbed, with small tear into image at left.
View in St James's Park; elegantly dressed figures stroll down the tree-lined Mall. Cattle graze at left and an armed guard stands by his box in right foreground.
[Ref: 26228]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of St. Mary le Bone from the Bason.
A View of St. Mary le Bone from the Bason.
[After Jean Baptiste Chatalain.]
[n.d., c.1756.]
Very rare etching. 260 x 145mm (10¼ x 5¼"). Trimmed into plate and backed onto album paper at edges.
View looking across the bason at the west end of Portland Place, towards Marylebone; elegantly dressed figures in foreground resting by the side of the water, a few figures swimming.
[Ref: 63203]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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The East View of Mortlake.  15
The East View of Mortlake. 15
Chatelain delin. J. Roberts sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament Sep.t ye 22 1750.
Engraving. 85 x 130mm (3¼ x 5"). Trimmed to plate, laid on album paper.
A view of Mortlake and the Thames, from Barnes, with the tower of St Mary the Virgin. From Jean Baptiste Chatelain's 'Fifty Views of Villages, &c. from the most agreeable Prospects near London'. Later editions were printed by Robert Sayer.
[Ref: 40680]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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The North View of Mortlake.  16
The North View of Mortlake. 16
Chatelain delin. J. Roberts sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament Sep.t ye 22 1750.
Engraving. 85 x 130mm (3¼ x 5"). Trimmed to plate, laid on album paper.
A view of St Mary the Virgin. From Jean Baptiste Chatelain's 'Fifty Views of Villages, &c. from the most agreeable Prospects near London'. Later editions were printed by Robert Sayer.
[Ref: 40681]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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The North View of Roehampton.  14
The North View of Roehampton. 14
Chatelain delin. J. Roberts sculp.
Publish'd according to Act of Parliament Sep.t ye 22 1750.
Engraving. 85 x 130mm (3¼ x 5"). Trimmed to plate, laid on album paper. Dusty.
A view looking up to Roehampton from the Thames, with figures on the bank of the river and sailing boats on the water. From Jean Baptiste Chatelain's 'Fifty Views of Villages, &c. from the most agreeable Prospects near London'. Later editions were printed by Robert Sayer.
[Ref: 40682]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the House from the Parterre in the Gardens of Earl Temple at Stow, in Buckinghamshire./Vue de la Façade du chateau du Cate du Parterre.
A View of the House from the Parterre in the Gardens of Earl Temple at Stow, in Buckinghamshire./Vue de la Façade du chateau du Cate du Parterre. According to the Plan Proposed by Sginor Borra Extent 540 feet, exclusive of the Offices.
Chatelain del. G. Bickham Sculp
Printed for Robt. Sayer. No. 53 in Fleet Street, Carington Bowles No. 69 St. Pauls Church Yard & Jno. Bowles _ at ye Black Horse in Cornhill.
Engraving with later hand colouring. 260 x 400mm
The Beauties of Stow were engraved by George Bickham [1706?-1771] from drawings by the Frenchman Jean-Baptiste-Claude Chatelain [1710-1771]. Stowe was one of the most famous gardens in England, boasting designs by some of the most celebrated English gardeners. Charles Bridgeman, Richard Kent, and Capability Brown all had a hand in designing the garden. The 1753 edition of Bickham’s prints were reissued in several editions throughout the second half of the eighteenth century, so it is difficult to identify the precise date.
[Ref: 1238]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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A View of the House from the Parterre [Stowe].
A View of the House from the Parterre [Stowe].
[after Jean Baptiste Claude Chatelain.]
London Printed for & Sold by Rob.t Sayer, opposite Fetter Lane. Fleet Street [n.d. c.1750].
Engraving, plate 175 x 275mm (7 x 10¾"), with large margins. Some creasing within margins. Some surface dirt in margins.
A view of the magnificent country house in Stowe, Buckinghamshire. Some figures occupy the foreground of the garden.
[Ref: 58639]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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A View from the Summer House in Richmond Park down the River Thames.
A View from the Summer House in Richmond Park down the River Thames. Taken by Permission of Her Royal Highness the Princess Amelia.
Chatelain Delin. A. Walker Sculp.
Printed for John Bowles, at No 13. Cornhill [n.d., c.1760].
Coloured engraving. 335 x 500mm (14 x 19¾"). Creasing and soiling.
A view looking down from a lost summer house near Richmond Gate, looking down Richmond Hill towards Twickenham Park. On the Thames to the right can be seen Richmond Ferry, replaced by Richmond Bridge in the mid-1770s.
[Ref: 39691]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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