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Krass Phoroche or Cranbery liquor good.
Krass Phoroche or Cranbery liquor good.
G. Orlowski del.t. J. Godby sculp.t.
Pub.d March 25 1809 & Sold by Edw.d Orme Printseller to the King. Engraver & Publisher, Bond St corner of Brook S.t. London.
Hand-coloured stipple. Plate: 240 x 315mm (9½ x 12½"). Slight crease.
A portrait of a liquor seller wearing a fur hat and holding a jug. An illustration from 'Russian Cries, in Correct Portraiture from Drawings done on the spot by G. Orlowski...' 1809.
[Ref: 44603]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[A pair of scenes of Russian carriages after Alexander Orlowsky.]
[A pair of scenes of Russian carriages after Alexander Orlowsky.]
[Sleigh] Redman Lithog. Maiden Lane, Cov.t Gard.n.
[n.d., 1820-3.]
Pair of lithographs with hand colour, fine condition with superb colour; 440 x 540mm (17¼ x 21¼"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
A pair of early British lithographs, with two Russian scenes: a four-wheeled carriage drawn by two horses, carrying a driver and passenger with a monocle through a town; and a two-horse sleigh with an officer and driver, racing through a village. After Alexander Osipovich Orlovsky (Warsaw 1777 - St. Petersburg 1832), a talented battle scene painter, portrait painter and caricaturist whose range of medium included watercolours, oils, engravings and pastels. He travelled extensively and was a volunteer in the partisan group led by Thadeusz Kosciuszko in the Polish liberation movement and uprising of 1794. He moved to Russia in 1802 where he settled in St. Petersburg and was a court artist for the Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich, for whom he executed drawings of uniforms and military parades. During his period in St. Petersburg he created numerous genre scenes and also society portraits. Most of his paintings and drawings from this time, however, were scenes of army life and battles, as well as romantic subjects featuring brigands and shipwrecks. David J. Redman was a former employee of Georg Johann Vollweiler, who sold the secret of lithography to Colonel John Brown in 1807. Redman's plan of Bantry Bay of 1808 is the earliest known lithographic map. 'British Map Engravers A Supplement' gives his address as Maiden Lane from 1820 to 1823.
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[A Town Carriage.]
[A Town Carriage.]
AOrlowski 20.
Lithog de J. Beggrow, St. Petersburg [c.1821.]
A rare lithograph, with a crown stamp on right. Printed area 400 x 575mm (15¾ x 22¾"). Small margins
A four-wheeled Droshky carriage drawn by two horses, carrying a driver and passenger with a monocle through a town, after Alexander Osipovich Orlowsky (1777-1832). After fighting with the partisan group led by Thadeusz Kosciuszko in the Polish liberation movement and uprising of 1794, Orlowski moved to Russia in 1802 where he became a court artist for the Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich in St Petersburg. In 1816 he was one of the first artists to produce lithographs in Russia.
[Ref: 55966]   £680.00  
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[A Russian two-horse sledge.]
[A Russian two-horse sledge.]
AOrlowski 1820.
Lithog de J. Beggrow, St. Petersburg [c.1821.]
A rare lithograph, with a crown stamp on right. Printed area 400 x 575mm (15¾ x 22¾"), large margins.
A sledge drawn by two horses, carrying a driver and officer, passing a walled town, after Alexander Osipovich Orlowsky (1777-1832). After fighting with the partisan group led by Thadeusz Kosciuszko in the Polish liberation movement and uprising of 1794, Orlowski moved to Russia in 1802 where he became a court artist for the Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich in St Petersburg. In 1816 he was one of the first artists to produce lithographs in Russia.
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[A Troika.]
[A Troika.]
AOrlowski 1819.
Lithog de J. Beggrow. [c.1821.]
A rare lithograph, with a crown stamp on right. Printed area 400 x 575mm (15¾ x 22¾"), very large margins.
A trioka (i.e. three-horses abreast) carrying an officer being driven past a village, after Alexander Osipovich Orlowsky (1777-1832). After fighting with the partisan group led by Thadeusz Kosciuszko in the Polish liberation movement and uprising of 1794, Orlowski moved to Russia in 1802 where he became a court artist for the Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich in St Petersburg. In 1816 he was one of the first artists to produce lithographs in Russia.
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[A Traveler in a Kibitka]
[A Traveler in a Kibitka]
AOrlowski 19.
Imprimé à St Petersbourg chez Beggrow in ink [c.1821.]
A rare lithograph, with a crown stamp on right. Printed area 400 x 575mm (15¾ x 22¾").
A trioka / Kibitka, hooded cart (three-horses abreast) sledge being driven down a rustic road, after Alexander Osipovich Orlowsky (1777-1832). After fighting with the partisan group led by Thadeusz Kosciuszko in the Polish liberation movement and uprising of 1794, Orlowski moved to Russia in 1802 where he became a court artist for the Grand Duke Konstantin Pavlovich in St Petersburg. In 1816 he was one of the first artists to produce lithographs in Russia for state Russian Museum.
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