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A Race of the Beacon Course at Newmarket.
A Race of the Beacon Course at Newmarket. 242.
F.Sartorius pinx.t. R.Houston fecit.
London, Printed for Rob.t Sayer. No 53 Fleet Street, Published as the Act directs 20. Aug 1786.
Mezzotint. Plate 248 x 355mm. 9¾ x 14" Crease to lower right corner.
Three horses racing right to left along a track, the foremost approaching a post marked 'Turn of the Lands' and looking back over his shoulder at the two behind, while the other jockeys raise their whips to urge their horses onward.
Siltzer: undescribed. CS: undescribed. Lennox-Boyd database records this as state ii of iii.
[Ref: 5356]   £390.00  
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Bellario, was got by Brilliant out of a Witington Mare is the Property of S.r Cha.s Bunbury, won the following Ten Platea & Prizes at Newmarket &c.
Bellario, was got by Brilliant out of a Witington Mare is the Property of S.r Cha.s Bunbury, won the following Ten Platea & Prizes at Newmarket &c. one of 80 Guineas, one of 85 Guin.s two of 100 Guin.s each, one of 105 Guin.s one of 150 Guin.s one of 155 Guin.s one of 200 Guin.s one of 250 & one of 300 G.s.
F.Sartorius pinx.t.
Published 12th May 1794 by Laurie & Whittle 53 Fleet Street.
Mezzotint. 255 x 350mm. Faint mount burn around the image.
[Ref: 5357]   £450.00  
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Coursing,
Coursing, View near Epsom. / Plate 4
Painted by S.N. Sartorius / Engraved by J. Pollard.
London / Published by T. Helme, at his Picture Frame Manufactory, 15, Tabernacle Square, Old Street Road May 1833.
Aquatint with hand-colouring, platemark 460 x 550mm (18 x 21½"). Very large margins. Paper watermarked 'J Whatman Turkey Mill 1833'. Creasing; damage inside upper platemark.
Final plate from a set of four coursing prints, showing the return from the hunt with a servant carrying a dead rabbit. Presumably after animal and sporting painter John Nost Sartorius (1759-1829), whose popularity in the field was second only to that of his contemporary George Stubbs, but given here as 'S.N. Sartorius'.
Siltzer: Not in.
[Ref: 37554]   £550.00  
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Sir Harry Tempest Vanes Horse Hambletonian, Preparing to Start against Mr. Cookson's Diamond,
Sir Harry Tempest Vanes Horse Hambletonian, Preparing to Start against Mr. Cookson's Diamond, over the Beacon Course at Newmarket, for a Match of Three Thousand Guineas, a Side half forfeit. Hambletonian carried 8 stone 3 pounds. and was rode by Mr. Buckle. Diamond was rode by Mr. Dennis Fitzpatrick and carried 8 stone. this Race was run at the Craven Meeting on Monday, March, 25. 1799.
J. N. Sartorious Pinxit. Whessell Fecit.
Published March 1. 1800 by John Harris. No. 3, Sweetings Alley, Cornhill & No. 8. Old Broad Steet, London.
Stipple, rare. Sheet size: 365 x 510mm (14¼ x 20"). Trimmed to image and around title.
Two horses, Hambletonian at left and Diamond to the right, with jockeys approaching the start before their race at Newmarket on March 25 1799, the owners watching from either side, one at the corner of a building to the right.
See Siltzer: P.243; From Gilbey Collection.
[Ref: 33423]   £580.00  
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Hunting Plate I. Brushing into Cover.
Hunting Plate I. Brushing into Cover. To Osgood Hanbury, Esq. of Coggeshall, In Essex; This Print is dedicated, by his most humble and obedient Servant John Harris. [&] Plate II. The Chase. To John Free Esq.r of Woodford Essex; [...]. [&] Plate III. At Fault. To Milton Bowman, Esq.r of Clapton this print from the Picture in his Possession, is most respectfully Inscribed, by his much obliged and obedient Servant [...]. [&] Plate IV. The Death. To Charles Boldero Esq.r of Aspeden Hall, Herts, This Print is dedicated [...].
Painted by J.N. Sartorius. The Landscape by J. Peltro. The Figures Engraved by J. Neagle.
London: Pub. [Plate II & IV dated 'Oct.r 1 1795'] by J. Deeley, N.95 Berwick Street. [but c.1810.]
Set of four engravings. 480 x 620mm (19 x 24½"). All plates trimmed to plate. Plate I: repairs with loss of text in verse, nicks in edges. Plate II: repairs in inscription area. Plate III: a few small repairs in inscription area. Plate IV with paper weakness on right, engraver's inscription slightly rubbed.
Four classic English hunting scenes after John Nost Sartorius (1759-c.1828), an artist known for his horse portraits, engraved by Peltro William Tomkins (1759-1840) and James Neagle (1760?-1822). Each plate has lines of verse from 'The Chace' by William Somerville (1675-1742), a poet and keen sportsman. Thomas Bewick illustrated an edition of the poem in 1796. The set was first published in 1790 by John Harris and reissued by him in 1795, making the dates on plates II & IV unlikely. The BM dates Deeley's address in Berwick Street to 1809-1815.
Siltzer p.243, this edition not listed; See BM 1873,0712.547 - 1873,0712.550, again this edition not listed.
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The Wreck of the Lady Burges East India Ship
The Wreck of the Lady Burges East India Ship Cap.tn Richard Swinton, Amongst the Cape de Verd Islands April 21. 1806. This View is taken at day break previous to the ship going to pieces. _ and represents the point of time when the Ladies were saved with the Singular effect of the Sea foaming up against the consealed Rocks. _ 30 lives were lost out of 180.
F. Sartorius Pinx.t. Edw.d Orme Excud.t. H. Merke Aquaforte.
Published Nov.r 1 1806, by Edw.d Orme, Printseller to the King Engraver & Publisher, 59 Bond Street, corner of Brook Street, London. Where Merchants & Captains of Ships are supplied with British Engravings & Works of the fine Arts for Exportation on the most liberal Terms.
Aquatint, printed in colours and hand-finished. Framed, visible area 505 x 660mm (20 x 26"). Some surface wear, spot in sky. Unexamined out of frame.
A shipwreck, with women being lowered into longboats, a wall of spray filling the left side of the image. Lady Burges (Burgess) was an East Indiaman, launched 1799. She had completed only three voyages for the East India Company before she sailed from Portsmouth on 30th March 1806, bound for Madras. On April 20th she hit Leyton's Rock, south-west of Boa Vista, and fired guns to alert the rest of the convoy, which sent boats and rescued all but 34 of the crew and passengers. The ship broke up three hours after this scene.
[Ref: 51701]   £900.00  
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Thus Excellent Horse Marquis, got by the Godolphin Colt, is the Property of Mr Vernon...
Thus Excellent Horse Marquis, got by the Godolphin Colt, is the Property of Mr Vernon...
F.Sartorius pinx.t.
London, Printed for Rob.t Sayer Map & Printseller No. 53 Fleet Street. [1788.]
Mezzotint. 250 x 350mm. A few small repairs in the margins.
[Ref: 5362]   £390.00  

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Pointers.
Pointers.
Painted by T. N. Sartorious. Engraved by W. Ward Engraver to H.R.H the Duke of York.
London Published June 16, 1806 by James Linnell No. 2, Streatham Street, Bloomsbury.
Mezzotint with large margins. Platemark: 375 x 440mm (14¾ x 17¼"). Fine impression.
Two dogs approaching bushes on the right, the nearest pointing, with trees and a fence on the bank above. After British painter John Nost Sartorius (1759 - c.1828). For a proof before all letters impression, see item ref: 6456, in a pair with [Setters].
[Ref: 35404]   £420.00  
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Waterloo Bridge & St Pauls from Richmond Terrace.
Waterloo Bridge & St Pauls from Richmond Terrace.
On Stone by M.A.J. Whitby.1838. Sketched by Adm.l Sartorius.
A rare hand-coloured lithograph on india paper. 178 x 228mm. 7 x 9". Laid on sheet, as issued.
A view of the Waterloo Bridge, St Paul's Cathedral and the Shot Mill; industrial vessels over below the mill by the warehouses, and other sailing vessels on the River Thames.
[Ref: 19290]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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