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Chastity. Extinguishing the flame of Love.
Chastity. Extinguishing the flame of Love.
Cut in Paper by the R.t Hon.ble Lady Templeton. Engrav'd by P.W. Tomkins late Pupil to F. Bartolozzi.
Publish'd July 5. 1792 by I.F. Tomkins No.49 New Bond Street.
Stipple. 187 x 200mm (7¼ x 8").
Diana, the emblem of Chastity, with her hunting hounds, spraying water over Temptation. By Elizabeth Upton, Lady Templetown (1747-1823), an artist who provided designs for Josiah Wedgewood.
[Ref: 14586]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Love supported by Hope. [&] Cupid going Post.
Love supported by Hope. [&] Cupid going Post.
From a Paper cut by the R.t Hon. Lady Templeton. Engrav'd by P.W. Tompkins.
Publish'd as the Act directs May 10: 1791 by P.W. Tomkins No. 49 New Bond St., London.
Pair of stipple engravings with large margins. Each 100 x 80mm (4 x 3¼").
A pair of stipples after papercuts by Elizabeth Upton, Lady Templetown (1747-1823), an artist who provided designs for Josiah Wedgewood.
[Ref: 31776]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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The Finding the Doll.
The Finding the Doll.
Engraved by P.W. Tomkins, Historical Engraver to Her Majesty [after Elizabeth Upton].
London Pub. as the Act Directs, Jan 18. 1796 by Tomkins New Bond Street.
Stipple. 160 x 180mm (6¼ x 7"), with large margins.
A child excited to find a new doll. A plate from 'The Birth-Day Gift or the Joy of a New Doll, From Papers Cut by a Lady'' by Elizabeth Upton, Lady Templetown (1747-1823), lady of the bedchamber to Princess Amelia. Upton's designs from cut Indian paper were used by Wedgewood to produce sentimental, morally didactic and uplifting subjects.
[Ref: 53350]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Doll at Breakfast.
Doll at Breakfast.
Engraved by P.W. Tomkins, Historical Engraver to Her Majesty [after Elizabeth Upton].
London Pub. as the Act Directs, Jan 18. 1796 by Tomkins New Bond Street.
Stipple. 160 x 180mm (6¼ x 7"), with large margins.
A child excited to find a new doll. A plate from 'The Birth-Day Gift or the Joy of a New Doll, From Papers Cut by a Lady'' by Elizabeth Upton (1747-1823), Lady Templetown, lady of the bedchamber to Princess Amelia. Upton's designs from cut Indian paper were used by Wedgewood to produce sentimental, morally didactic and uplifting subjects.
[Ref: 53351]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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