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Suspension Bridge, over the Thames at Hammersmith.
Suspension Bridge, over the Thames at Hammersmith.
Drawn by Tho. H. Shepherd. Engraved by T. Higham.
Published Aug. 16, 1826, by Jones & Co, 3 Acton Place, Kingsland Road, London.
Steel engraving on india. Printed area 110 x 150mm (4¼ x 6").
The first Hammersmith Bridge, designed by William Tierney Clark and recently opened. It 1884 it was replaced by today's bridge, designed by Sir Joseph Bazalgette.
[Ref: 39085]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Hungerford Suspension Bridge.
Hungerford Suspension Bridge.
T.H. Shepherd. H.S. Bernard.
Engraved for "Mighty London" Read & co. 10 Johnsons Ct. Fleet Street.
Hand-coloured engraving. Sheet: 270 x 370mm (10½ x 14½").
A view of the newly constructed Hungerford Bridge, built across the Thames and designed by Isambard Kingdom Brunel. It was opened in 1845 and named after the Hungerford Market located near the bridge.
[Ref: 45985]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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The Northumberland & Myrmidon Conveying Napoleon to the Island of St. Helena, Oct.r 15, 1815.
The Northumberland & Myrmidon Conveying Napoleon to the Island of St. Helena, Oct.r 15, 1815.
T.H. Shepherd, del
Engraving, sheet 70 x 130mm (2¾ x 5"). Rare.
British ships transporting Napoleon to the island of St Helena, where he was taken after surrendering to Captain Frederick Maitland in 1815, and remained until his death in 1821.
[Ref: 41285]   £65.00   (£78.00 incl.VAT)
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The Quadrant, Regent Street.
The Quadrant, Regent Street.
T. H. Shepherd del.t. J. Bluck sculp.t
London, Pub.d May 1. 1822. at Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101 Strand.
Colour printed aquatint with some fine hand colour; Sheet: 410 x 540mm (16 x 21¼"). Trimmed to platemark.
A view of Regent Street from Piccadilly Circus in which a group of cavalrymen process as other carriages and figures make their way across the street.
[Ref: 43566]   £800.00  
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View of Waterloo Bridge,
View of Waterloo Bridge, From the East end of Somerset House Terrace
T.H. Shepherd Del.t [...] J.C. Stadler Sculp
London Published April 12th 1818 at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101, Strand
Aquatint, platemark 430 x 530mm (17 x 21"). J. Whatman watermark 1817. Small margins.
A fine panoramic coloured view of London showing Waterloo Bridge, funded by public subscription and built to designs by the company of John Rennie (1761-1821) between 1811 and 1817. The granite bridge had nine arches, each of 120 ft span, and was 2,456 ft long, including approaches. When it opened, the bridge was christened Waterloo Bridge, in honour of Wellington’s victory over Napoleon in 1815. The bridge was replaced by the present Waterloo Bridge in 1945. This view, looking west from Somerset House Terrace, shows ceremonial boats on the Thames and Westminster Abbey prominent in the distance. Compared with other early views of the bridge, however, this print is unusual for the extent to which the bridge itself is allowed to dominate the view- other views often show the bridge from a greater distance or viewed from the middle of the river to include the surrounding buildings. After an early drawing by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793-1864), younger brother of the draughtsman and watercolourist George Sidney Shepherd. Thomas Hosmer went on to become a successful and prolific provider of drawings from publishers of topographical volumes such as 'Metropolitan Improvements' (1827)- this separately-issued print is of greater quality than those later prints.
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