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[Fanny Cerrito] Cerito.
[Fanny Cerrito] Cerito. Ondine.
Widal [Vincent Vidal]. W.H. Mote.
Published by David Bogue, Fleet Street Nov. 1 1844.
Steel engraving. Sheet: 175 x 260mm (7 x 10¼").
Francesca "Fanny" Cerrito as a water sprite, the title role of 'Ondine, ou La naïade', a ballet with choreography by Jules Perrot and music by Cesare Pugni. Cerrito (11 May 1817 6 May 1909) was one of the few 19th century ballerinas who also gained acceptance as a choreographer. From 'The Beauties of Opera and Ballet'.
[Ref: 49517]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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Fanny Elssler.
Fanny Elssler. Florinde.
Edwin D. Smith. W.H. Mote.
Published by David Bogue, Fleet Street Nov. 1 1844.
Steel engraving. Sheet: 175 x 260mm (7 x 10¼").
Francesca "Fanny" Cerrito as a water sprite, the title role of 'Ondine, ou La naïade', a ballet with choreography by Jules Perrot and music by Cesare Pugni. Cerrito (11 May 1817 6 May 1909) was one of the few 19th century ballerinas who also gained acceptance as a choreographer. From 'The Beauties of Opera and Ballet'.
[Ref: 49518]   £80.00   (£96.00 incl.VAT)
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Persiani.
Persiani. Rosina
Published by David Bogue, Fleet Street Dec. 1844.
Steel engraving. Sheet: 175 x 260mm (7 x 10¼").
Fanny Tacchinardi Persiani (1812-67), a soprano, in Rossini's 'The Barber of Seville'. From 'The Beauties of Opera and Ballet'.
[Ref: 49515]   £75.00   (£90.00 incl.VAT)
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'The Tailor' [in pencil]
'The Tailor' [in pencil]
D. Smith 1929 [in pencil]
Etching. 268 x 268m. 10½ x 10½". Paper toned.
A Tailor sewing sitting on a wall with his sewing materials around him. A countryside landscape in the background.
[Ref: 14270]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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H.L. Wellington
H.L. Wellington Royal College of Art / 1923 - 19
D. Smith 1929 [pencil signature lower right]
Aquatint with very large margins, very scarce, platemark 200 x 230mm (8 x 9").
Probably a portrait of Hubert L. Wellington (1879-1967), artist and art teacher. Wellington arrived at the Slade to study at the same time as Wyndham Lewis, and was close friends with Camden Town Group members Spencer Gore and Harold Gilman. Wellington's work is in the Tate collection, but it was as a teacher that he made his most important contribution, working as lecturer and registrar from 1923-32 (during which time this print was made), and later becoming principal at Edinburgh College of Art and the Slade. Wellington's DNB entry was written by Sir William Coldstream, whose time at the Slade overlapped with Wellington's.
[Ref: 36385]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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