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Ali, Vizier of Albanien, also called Pacha of Jannina.
Ali, Vizier of Albanien, also called Pacha of Jannina. This Print forms one of the Series of Greek Portraits (4thPart) now in course of publication in London by A. Friedel, & Sold by the principal Book & Printsellers in Town & Country. June 1826.
Bouvier lithog.
Coloured lithograph. 'J. Whatman' Turkey Mill watermark. Printed area 270 x 190mm (10½ x 7½") Some spotting.
Ali Pasha (1740-1822), the Lion of Yannina, a Muslim Albanian ruler who served as an Ottoman pasha of the western part of Rumelia, the Ottoman Empire's European territory. A cruel ruler, he set about creating an almost-independent Greek-speaking state, allying himself with Napoleon, the British and whoever would serve him best. He eventually irked Sultan Mahmud II enough to send an army to bring him back under Ottoman control. Accepting the offer of a pardon he retired to a monastery, but soldiers were sent to arrest him for execution. Aged 82 he died fighting, shot through the floor of his room then beheaded.
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Chourchid Pacha. Seraskire of Rhumeli, late commander of the Blockade of Missolonghi.
Chourchid Pacha. Seraskire of Rhumeli, late commander of the Blockade of Missolonghi. This print forms one of the Series of Greek Portraits (3.d. part) now in course of Publication in London & Paris, 1827 by A. Friedel, & sold by the Principal Book and Printsellers in Town & Country.
Bouvier Lithog.
[London & Paris: A. Friedel, 1827-29.]
Lithograph with original hand colour. Sheet 360 x 265mm (14¼ x 10½"). Right edge chipped.
Fine profile portrait of Chourchid Pasha, one of the ablest generals to be employed against the Greek rebels by the Ottoman Sultan during the Greek War of Independence, defeating the Greeks at Corinth. Adam Friedel was a Danish-born painter and lithographic printer, publisher of a series of coloured lithographs of the Greek Revolution under the title 'Twenty-Four Portraits of the principal leaders and personages who have made themselves most conspicuous in the Greek Revolution'.
[Ref: 41849]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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The Cilician Gates.
The Cilician Gates.
Drawn and Printed at A. Friedel's Litho. Establishment, 252, Tottenham Court Rd. & at the Polytechnic Institution, 309, Regent Street, London. [n.d. c.1830.]
Tinted lithograph. 250 x 330mm (9¾ x 13"). Rare.
The Cilician Gates, is a pass through the Taurus Mountains, connecting the low plains of Cilicia to the Anatolian Plateau, Turkey.
[Ref: 30035]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Constantine Canaris.]
[Constantine Canaris.] ]The devoted Hero of Ipsara. Chief Captain of the Grecian Fire-ships. Drawn from Life, and Published in London & Paris 1827, by A. Friedel. This Print forms one of the Series of Greek Portraits (2d part) now in course of Publication in London & Paris by A. Friedel, & sold by the principal Book & Printsellers in Town & Country.] [parallel text in French]
Lithograph. Sheet: 225 x 285mm (9 x 11¼"). Trimmed
Constantine Kanaris (1793/5-1877), key figure in the Greek war of independence (1821-9) and later a prominent politician. Plate from a series of twenty-four portraits of figures related to the Greek War of Independence, by the Danish painter Adam Friedel.
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Johannes Collettis
Johannes Collettis Minister of the inteior & member of the excutive Body in Greece. Drawn from Life & Published in London & Paris, 1827, by A. Friedel.This Print forms one of the Series of Greek Portraits (2nd Part) now in course of Publication in London & Paris, by A. Friedel, & sold by the principal Book & Printsellers in Town & Country. [parallel text in French]
Lithograph, sheet 300 x 240mm (12 x 9½") Cut.
Ionnis Kolettis (1773-1847), politician, played an important role in Greek affairs from the War of Independence to the reign of king Otto, twice serving as Prime Minister Plate from a series of twenty-four portraits of figures related to the Greek War of Independence, by the Danish painter Adam Friedel.
[Ref: 25355]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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John Logotheti Senator of the Executive Body of the Greek Government. [Greek facsimile signature].
John Logotheti Senator of the Executive Body of the Greek Government. [Greek facsimile signature].
Bouvier Lithog.
This Print forms one of the Series of Greek Portaits (4.th Part) now in course of publication in London, by A. Friedel & Sold by the principal Book & Printsellers in Town & Country. June 1826.
Coloured lithograph. Sheet 486 x 350mm.
Portrait of Ionnis Logothetis, who represented Eastern Mainland Greece at the First National Assembly of 1821 during the Greek War of Independence. Provenance: Bracebridge Archive. Selina Bracebridge, maiden-name Mills, was a pupil of Samuel Prout. Her husband was the Bracebridge celebrated in Washington Irving’s Bracebridge Hall. From the mid-1830s, they settled for some years in Athens. He owned large properties in Karea and Euboca, the latter of which he sold to the Noel family; and they both lived in a large house on Adrianou Street. 1850, saw the publication of Mr. Bracebridge’s 'Letter on the Affairs of Greece'. Bracebridge was Florence Nightingale’s uncle. Their time spent in Athens and the Levant is not clear; however it seems likely that they were settled in Athens from about 1835 to 1839, with frequent trips to England. Similarly, it is most likely that on their return back to the UK, they continued to own property in Greece. A painting by Selina is in the possession of the Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.
[Ref: 2581]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Madon.
Madon. Daughter of Nicholas Mavrogyeni, the distinguished Heroine from Micona, a small Island in the Archipelago. Published in London & Paris, 1827, by A. Friedel. This Print forms one of the Series of Greek Portraits (2d part) now in course of Publication in London & Paris, 1827, by A. Friedel, & sold by the principal Book & Printsellers in Town & Country. [parallel text in French]
Lithograph, sheet 305 x 255mm (12 x 10"). Cut.
Portrait of Manto Mavrogenous (1796-1848). Born into an aristocratic family, she returned to Mykonos, the island of her origin, when the Greek War of Independence began, and funded military and naval campaigns from Mykonos and Samos. After the war she was awarded the rank of Lieutenant General by Kapodistrias. Plate from a series of twenty-four portraits of figures related to the Greek War of Independence, by the Danish painter Adam Friedel.
[Ref: 25342]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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Andrea Miaoulis.  Admiral of the Greek Fleet.  Amiral de la flotte grèque. [Greek facsimile signature]
Andrea Miaoulis. Admiral of the Greek Fleet. Amiral de la flotte grèque. [Greek facsimile signature] This Print forms one of the Series of Greek Portraits (3rd Part) now in course of publication in London & Paris by A. Friedel, & Sold by the principal Book & Printsellers in Town & Country.
[Bouvier lithog.]
Drawn from Life, and Published in London & Paris 1827, by A. Friedel.
Coloured lithograph. Sheet 485 x 343mm.
Andreas Vokos (1768-1835), nicknamed Miaoulis, the Greek admiral during the Greek War of Independence (1821-1829).
Provenance: Bracebridge Archive.
[Ref: 2583]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[A poor family outside their cottage.]
[A poor family outside their cottage.]
On Stone by F. Sexton
Drawn, Printed & Published at Friedel's Litho. Estabt. 252, Tottenham Court Road, and at the Polytechnic Institution, 309, Regent Street
Rare and fine hand-coloured lithograph with gum arabic, mint colour. Image 350 x 265mm. 13¼ x 10½". Margin partially missing; tatty extremities with some tears. Crease close to left edge of image.
A copy of an engraving by Adam Friedel, Danish-born painter and lithographic printer, publisher of a series of coloured lithographs of the Greek Revolution under the title 'Twenty-Four Portraits of the principal leaders and personages who have made themselves most conspicuous in the Greek Revolution'.
[Ref: 21586]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Nikitas.
Nikitas. A Chief Leader in the Greek Army, distinguished for his Patriotism & disinterestedness. This Print forms one of the Series of Greek Portraits (1st part) now in course of Publication in London & Paris, 1827, by A. Friedel, & Sold by the principal Book & Printsellers in Town & Country. [parallel text in French]
Lithograph, sheet 285 x 230mm (11¼ x 9") Cut.
Nikitas Stamatelopoulos (1784-1849), Greek revolutionary also known as 'Nikitaras' or 'Tourkofagos' ('Turk-eater'). He earned this sobriquet during the Battle of Dervenakia. After the War of Independence he was imprisoned owing to his opposition to King Otto. Plate from a series of twenty-four portraits of figures related to the Greek War of Independence, by the Danish painter Adam Friedel.
For a similar version of this lithograph see ref. 2581
[Ref: 25359]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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Westminster Bridge.
Westminster Bridge.
Drawn Printed & Published at Friedel's Estab 252 Tottenham Crt Rd. [c.1840.]
Sepia lithograph heightened in white, sheet 115 x 175mm. 4½ x 7". Crease through upper right corner.
View of Westminster Bridge, Westminster Abbey and Westminster Hall from the south side of the Thames; boats on the river and figures to foreground.
Guildhall Library Record: 20226.
[Ref: 16447]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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Prince Demitrios Ypsilantis.
Prince Demitrios Ypsilantis. President of the Legislative Body of the Greek Government, in 1822. At present A General in Chief, in the Morea. Drawn from Life & Published in London, Nov.r 1824, by Adam Friedel, 12 Phenix Row, Blackfriars Road. This Print forms one of the Series of Greek Portraits, first Part, nowin Course of Publication, by A. Friedel.
Bouvier Lithog.
Lithograph and tintstone, sheet 280 x 205mm (11¼ x 8") Trimmed.
Dimitrios Ypsilantis (Ypsilanti) (1793 - 1832) was appointed as the first Field Marshal in modern Greece by the first head of state of independent Greece Ioannis Kapodistrias; he was brother of Alexander Ypsilantis, the leader of the secret nationalist organisation Filiki Eteria. Plate from a series of twenty-four portraits of figures related to the Greek War of Independence, by the Danish painter Adam Friedel.
For an earlier version of this lithograph see ref. 2581.
[Ref: 25361]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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