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[Unused Commonplace book/diary, published with 16 engravings by Richard Westall.] Nature.
[Unused Commonplace book/diary, published with 16 engravings by Richard Westall.] Nature.
[Plates drawn by Richard Westall, most engraved by John Pye.
[Published by John Sparpe, Duke Street Piccadilly 1823-4.]
4to, original black blind-decorated morocco, black calf gilt title label on spine, all edges gilt, with original lock lacking key; lacking front endpaper; 16 engravings with tissue guards, interspersed with 4 blank pages, fine binding. Some spotting to plates.
A book published as a yearly scrapbook or diary, with a plate for each month and each season, drawn by Richard Westall and engraved with a short text. Both boards are illustrated with allegorical figures of the Arts.
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Baptism.
Baptism.
R. Westall R.A. Delt. R.M. Meadows Sculpt.
Pub.d by R. Boywer Historic Gallery Pall Mall, Sept.r 1. 1806.
Stipple. 630 x 480mm, 24¾ x 19". Edges chipped, creased.
A priest conducting a baptism, with the participants in Elizabethen dress. One of a series, with 'Marriage', 'Sacrament' & 'Confirmation'.
[Ref: 11226]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Baptism.  [&]  Marriage.
Baptism. [&] Marriage.
R. Westall R.A. Delt. R.M. Meadows Sculpt.
Pubd. by R. Boywer Historic Gallery Pall Mall, Sept.r 1.1806.
Pair of stipple engravings with etching and aquatint, sheets c.630 x 470mm. Trimmed to plate. Foxing to upper edge of images.
Two scenes in church interiors showing a priest conducting the respective ceremonies, with the participants in Elizabethen dress. Titles in open letters. 'Sacrament' and 'Confirmation' (in the BM) also engraved in the same style and issued as companion prints by Meadows after Westall, published earlier the same year, in January 1806.
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Beatrice.
Beatrice. Vide Shakespear's Much ado about Nothing.
R. Westall, A. inv. T. Cheesman sculp, late Pupil to F. Bartolozzi.
Publsh'd Feb.y 10, 1793 by J.F. Tomkins, New Bond Street.
Stipple, 315 x 205mm (12½ x 8"), with large margins, partial 18th century watermark
Beatrice, niece of Leonato, governor of Messina, subject of a matchmaking plot.
[Ref: 55070]   £290.00   (£348.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Benevolent Cardinal.]
[The Benevolent Cardinal.]
[Painted by R. Westall. Engraved by W. Ward.]
[London Published Ap.r 14 1792 by J.R. Smith No 31. King Street, Covent Garden.]
An unrecorded touched proof mezzotint. Sheet 490 x 620mm (19¼ x 24½") Trimmed to image at bottom, to plate at sides.
A woman pleading her case before a cardinal. An early proof, probably touched by Westall, the artist, around the two women's hair. In the published state, the kneeling woman is changed to a nun, her hair hidden by a wimple; the standing woman's is less bushy; the cardinal's robe is darker; and one of the figures in the doorway has a turban.
Frankau 23, an unrecorded state before i of iii.
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A Boy Angling.
A Boy Angling.
[London, John & Josiah Boydell, 1 May 1802.]
Fine colour-printed stipple. Sheet 280 x 350mm, 11 x 13¾". Trimmed within plate, losing publication line, small repaired tear and hole.
A boy fishing while crouched on one knee. Another version of this scene was engraved by Francesco Bartolozzi.
Beazley: 226.
[Ref: 24491]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Lord Byron.
Lord Byron.
Engraved by T. Blood for the European Magazine from an original Painting by R. Westall, Esq.r R.A.
London, Published by J. Asperne 32 Cornhill 1.st February 1814.
Stipple. 165 x 114mm. 6½ x 4½". Cut and small wormhole.
George Gordon Noel Byron (1788-1824) was a British poet and a leading figure in the Romantic movement. He was celebrated in life for aristocratic excesses including huge debts, numerous love affairs, rumours of a scandalous incestuous liaison with his half-sister, and self-imposed exile. He travelled to fight against the Ottoman Empire in the Greek War of Independence, for which Greeks revere him as a national hero. He died at 36 years old from a fever contracted while in Missolonghi, Greece. James Asperne (1757-1820) was a bookseller and proprietor of the 'European Magazine'.
NPG: D1159.
[Ref: 23994]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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A Cottage Seamstress.
A Cottage Seamstress. [From the Original Painting in the possession of R.P. Knight.]
Painted by R. Westall R.A. Engraved by E. Scriven Historical Engraver to H.R.H. the Princess of Wales.
[Pub Clay & Scriven.] [n.d. c.1803.]
Stipple. 318 x 222mm. 12½ x 8¾". Cut, losing publication line.
A woman seamstress sat on a chair at work; a cagaed bird hangs by the doorway and sheep sit in the field outside.
[Ref: 25025]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Country Clergyman. Le Curè de Campagne.
The Country Clergyman. Le Curè de Campagne.
Drawn by R. Westall, R.A. Engraved by R. Field.
London, Published March 1 1801, by Anth.y Cardon, No 31, Clipstone Street, Fitzroy Square.
Stipple. 410 x 450mm (16 x 17¾"). Edges of wide margins ragged.
A vicar standing at the door of his church receiving the gratitude of his idealised congregation, as a small girl hugs his legs, looking up adoringly.
[Ref: 53438]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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The Earl of Essex's first interview with Queen Elizabeth, after his return from Ireland.
The Earl of Essex's first interview with Queen Elizabeth, after his return from Ireland.
Painted by R. Westall. Engrav'd by W. Ward.
London Publish'd June 17th 1791 by J.R. Smith, King Street, Covent Garden.
Mezzotint. 585 x 660mm (23 x 26"). Large margins. Very small hole and slight surface abrasion in title area.
Robert Devereux (1565-1601), Earl of Essex and Lord Lieutenant of Ireland, kneeling before Elizabeth I, having returned from Ireland unbidden. He surprised the queen by presented himself in her bedchamber one morning at Nonsuch Palace.
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Fidelia.
Fidelia. How have I been charmed to see one of the most beauteous women the Age has produced on her knees helping on an old man's slipper. Spectator No.449.
Drawn by Rich.d Westall R.A. Engraved by Louis Schciavonetti V.A.
London: Pub. March 1.1819 by Hurst, Robinson & Co_late Boydells, 90 Cheapside.
Stipple and etching, printed in colours and hand-finished. Plate 610 x 502mm (24 x 19¾").
An old man seated in his armchair by the fireplace is assisted by his loyal daughter: papers, ink and quill on the table to the right.
[Ref: 21695]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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[Fidelia.
[Fidelia. How have I been charmed to see one of the most beauteous women the Age has produced on her knees helping on an old man's slipper. ]
Drawn by Rich.d Westall R.A. Etched by Louis Schiavonetti V.A.
Published 25th December 1806 by John Sharpe London.
Stipple, scarce unfinished scratch letter proof before title. 610 x 502mm (24 x 19¾"), with large margins. Slight stain in margin on left centre.
An old man seated in his armchair by the fireplace is assisted by his loyal daughter: papers, ink and quill on the table to the right. From Milton.
[Ref: 47705]   £320.00  
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Girl and Pigs.
Girl and Pigs.
Drawn by R. Westall R.A. Engraved by Ogborne & Gaugain.
Pub. May 1. 1802 by J. & J. Boydell, No. 90 Cheapside, & at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, London.
Stipple engraving printed in colour. Image size 425 x 490mm (17 x 19¼"), with large margins.
A girl pouring water into a trough from which two pigs are drinking. After Richard Westall RA (1765-1836), a versatile artist who became a full RA in 1794, and in the 1790s worked for both Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery and Fuseli's Milton Gallery. He later illustrated the works of Milton, Byron, Walter Scott and many other leading writers. The high point of Westall's career came in 1814 when he exhibited 312 of his pictures in a successful exhibition in Pall Mall, but from 1815 his fortunes declined and he died in penury.
Richard J. Westall, 'Richard Westall' in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
[Ref: 14457]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Henry IV  Part 1, Act II, Scene IV.]
[Henry IV Part 1, Act II, Scene IV.]
[Painted by Richard Westall. Engraved by Peter Simon.]
[London: John & Josiah Boydell, 1795.]
Stripple engraving, proof before all letters, 645 x 465mm. 25½ x 18¼". Foxing. Small marginal tears, one into plate from lower edge.
Hotspur, Worcester, Mortimer and Owen Glendower sitting around a table and dividing up England, in the Archdeacon's House, Bangor. Illustrating William Shakespeare's 'Henry IV', for Boydell's 'Shakespeare Gallery'. After Richard Westall (1765 - 1836).
[Ref: 10646]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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[Innocent Mischief.]
[Innocent Mischief.]
R. Westall del. C Jossi sculp.
Publish'd Jany 20. 1796. by E.M. Diemar Strand London.
Stipple engraving with etching in sepia, scratched letter proof before title, 453 x 355mm. Trimmed to plate.
A girl tickles the nose of a sleeping boy with a feather. Issued as one of a pair with 'Innocent Revenge'. A fine early proof impression by Christian Josi (1768 - 1828), Dutch stipple engraver, publisher, dealer, and collector. He was a pupil of John Raphael Smith, and father of Henry Josi. He was born and worked in Amsterdam, coming to in London from August 1791 to October 1795, and he maintained his connection with England thereafter.
[Ref: 8089]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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The Little Domestic.
The Little Domestic.
Drawn by R. Westall R.A. Engraved by Hellyer & Gaugain.
[Pub. May 1. 1802 by J. & J. Boydell, No. 90 Cheapside, & at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, London.]
Stipple. 297 x 375mm. 11¾ x 14¾". Cut to platemark.
A young woman in a interior holds a bellows, waiting while a saucepan heats on the fire. After Richard Westall RA (1765-1836). A versatile artist, Westall became a full RA in 1794, and in the 1790s worked for both Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery and Fuseli's Milton Gallery. He later illustrated the works of Milton, Byron, Walter Scott and many other leading writers. The high point of Westall's career came in 1814 when he exhibited 312 of his pictures in a successful exhibition in Pall Mall, but from 1815 his fortunes declined and he died in penury.
See Ref: 14458 for printed in colour.
[Ref: 26586]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The little domestic.
The little domestic.
Drawn by R. Westall R.A. Engraved by Hellyer & Gaugain.
Pub. May 1. 1802 by J. & J. Boydell, No. 90 Cheapside, & at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, London.
Stipple engraving printed in colour. Image size 17 x 19¼". Unexamined out of frame.
A young woman in a interior holds a bellows, waiting while a saucepan heats on the fire. After Richard Westall RA (1765-1836). A versatile artist, Westall became a full RA in 1794, and in the 1790s worked for both Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery and Fuseli's Milton Gallery. He later illustrated the works of Milton, Byron, Walter Scott and many other leading writers. The high point of Westall's career came in 1814 when he exhibited 312 of his pictures in a successful exhibition in Pall Mall, but from 1815 his fortunes declined and he died in penury.
Richard J. Westall, 'Richard Westall' in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
[Ref: 14458]   £150.00   (£180.00 incl.VAT)
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The Rose Bud.
The Rose Bud. [Four verses below.]
Drawn by R. Westall. Engraved by Nutter.
Published by Diemar No. 114 Strand, Janry. 2d. 1796.
Stipple engraving with etching, sheet 435 x 440mm. Trimmed to plate, some soiling and light marginal staining.
An illustration of Matthew Prior's poem 'A Lover's Anger'. A beau complains about being kept waiting but, when Cloe shows the mark caused by a rosebud falling on her bosom, he forgets his anger.
[Ref: 8037]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[Departure of Mary Queen of Scot's to France, when a Child.] [&] [Mary, Queen of Scots Leaving Scotland]
[Departure of Mary Queen of Scot's to France, when a Child.] [&] [Mary, Queen of Scots Leaving Scotland]
Painted by R. Westall. R.A. Engraved by F. Bartolozzi. R.A.
London. Publish'd, August 2. 1794, by W Dickinson.
Pair of stipple proofs, plate 375 x 470mm (14¾ x 18½"). Repaired creases and tears mainly in margins. Small margins.
Pair of stipples depicting Mary Stuart (15421587) leaving for France when she was five and fleeing to England after she was forced to abdicate in favour of her one-year-old son on 24th July 1567.
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[Meditation.
[Meditation.
Engraved by S. Phillips, from a Drawing by R. Westall R.A.
London Pub.d April 7 1802 by R. Ackermann, Repository of Arts 101 Strand.]
Stipple. proof before all letters. Sheet 305 x 230mm (12 x 9"). Trimmed within platemark, paper patched in inscription area bottom right.
A seated woman in profile; with long dark hair, looking upward to the left, wearing a loose gown with a sash. The British Museum has the original pencil and watercolour with touches of white. In the description the sitter is supposed to be either Emma Hamilton or Mrs Siddons.
BM for the published state, 2009,7006.1 for the original.
[Ref: 48923]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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A boy Mending his Net.
A boy Mending his Net.
Drawn by R. Westall R.A. Engraved by Hellyer & Gaugain.
Pub. May 1. 1802 by J. & J. Boydell, No. 90 Cheapside, & at the Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, London.
Stipple engraving printed in colour. Image size 17 x 19¼".
A boy sits on a rock mending a net. In the background are three more fishermen, one of whom carries a net. After Richard Westall RA (1765-1836). A versatile artist, Westall became a full RA in 1794, and in the 1790s worked for both Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery and Fuseli's Milton Gallery. He later illustrated the works of Milton, Byron, Walter Scott and many other leading writers. The high point of Westall's career came in 1814 when he exhibited 312 of his pictures in a successful exhibition in Pall Mall, but from 1815 his fortunes declined and he died in penury.
Richard J. Westall, 'Richard Westall' in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography.
[Ref: 14452]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[A mother suckling a child.]
[A mother suckling a child.] Unsway'd by Fashion's dull unseemly jest, Still to the Bosom let your infance cling, There banquet oft, and ever welcome guest, Unblam'd inebriate at that Healthful Spring. Vide. Jerningham's Poem, II Latte.
R. Westall R.A. inv. T. Cheesman, sculp. Late Pupil to F. Bartolozzi R.A.
[Published March 20, 1794, by J.F. Tomkins, New Bond Street, London.]
A very fine coloured stipple with etching, framed. Plate 380 x 286mm. 15 x 11¼". Publication line covered by mount.
A mother suckling a child, with a vine visible outside the window to the right, the colour suggesting an Autumnal setting.
[Ref: 17741]   £650.00  
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[Satan Alarmed.]
[Satan Alarmed.]
R. Westall R.A. F. Graves. Printed by J Yates.
Printed 1835 James [sic, recte John] Macrone, 3 St, James Square & E Graves King William Street West Strand.
Engraving and etching, scratched-letter state, proof before title, printed on chine collé. 210 x 150mm (8¼ x 6"). Trimmed to plate, some spotting.
Satan standing on the top of the globe, holding shield and spear, illustrating Book IV Line 986 of 'Paradise Lost'. 'On the other side, Satan alarm'd, Collecting all his might, dilated stood, Like Teneriffe, or Atlas, unremoved: His stature reach'd the sky, and on his crest Sat horrour plumed; nor wanted in his grasp, What seem'd both spear and shield.' Published as a frontispiece to ''The Poetical Works of John Milton'.
[Ref: 55518]   £90.00   (£108.00 incl.VAT)
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Paradise Lost.
Paradise Lost. B.5 L.2
R. Westall R.A. del. / Rich. Earlom Sculp.
Publish'd June 4. 1795, by J. & J. Boydell, & G. Nicol, Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, & No. 90, Cheapside.
Stipple, sheet 325 x 230mm (12¾ x 9"). Trimmed inside platemark.
Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. One of a series of illustrations to Milton's epic poem 'Paradise Lost'.
Ex Collection of Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 36527]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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Paradise Lost.
Paradise Lost. B.7 L.535
R. Westall R.A. del. / Tho.s Kirk Sculp.t
Publish'd June 4. 1795, by J. & J. Boydell, & G. Nicol, Shakespeare Gallery, Pall Mall, & No. 90, Cheapside.
Stipple, sheet 380 x 280mm (15 x 11"). Trimmed inside platemark.
'Wherever thus created, for no place / Is yet distinct by name, thence, as thou know'st / He brought thee into this delicious grove'. The angel Raphael telling Adam and Eve, in the garden of Eden, how the world was created. One of a series of illustrations to Milton's epic poem 'Paradise Lost'.
[Ref: 38515]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Paradise Lost.  B. 11. L 652. [The Archangel Michael sets before Adam a vision.]
Paradise Lost. B. 11. L 652. [The Archangel Michael sets before Adam a vision.]
R. Westall R.A. del. J. Ogborne sculp.
Publish'd June 4 1795, by J.&J. Boydell & G. Nicol Shakspeare Gallery, Pall Mall, & No 90, Cheapside.
Stipple, with very large margins, sheet 415 x 315mm. 16¼ x 12½". Slightly tatty and chipped extremities.
Adam looks down in horror upon a raging battle from a cliff top; the angel gesturing towards the bloody scene while he wrings his hands. Illustration of the eleventh book of John Milton's great epic poem 'Paradise Lost'. From 'The Poetical Works of John Milton' published by John and Josiah Boydell in three volumes between 1794 and 1797. It contained four engraved portraits and 28 plates after Richard Westall (1765 - 1836) by among others R. Earlom, T. Kirk, J. Ogborne, B. Smith, as well as J.P. Simon. Westall was an accomplished artist in watercolour who illustrated a number of books, including Boydells' 'Shakespeare', and contributed 5 large scale paintings for the 'Shakespeare Gallery'.
[Ref: 24655]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Romance. [&] The Dream.
The Romance. [&] The Dream.
Painted by R.Westall. Engraved by J.R.Smith.
London. Published Sept.r 6, 1791 by J.R.Smith, No 31 King Street, Covent Garden.
Pair of mezzotints, proofs before lines of poetry. Each 365 x 365mm. Folds in margins.
A woman shown reading in bed, then asleep.
D'Oench 317 & 318; Frankau 118 & 293; this state not listed in either, before their state i of ii. Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
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[Autumn.]
[Autumn.] [Delightful is the ripen'd year. [/] Que la maturité est agréable.
[Richard Westall. Francesco Bartolozzi.]
[Thomas Simpson.][1790.]
Stipple. Proof before all letters, Sheet: 240 x 180mm (9½ x 7"). Trimmed.
An allegorical portrait of the figure of Autumn shown picking grapes.
De Vesme 719.
[Ref: 47254]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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Spring, Autumn.
Spring, Autumn.
Painted by R. Westall, Engrav'd by J. R. Smith
London Publish'd August 25th 1781 by J. R. Smith N 83 opposite the Pantheon, Oxford Street.
Magnificient pair of extremely rare colour printed mezzotints 630 x 465mm 24¾ x 18¼ inches. Printed in colours, trimmed to plate with added false margins of contemporary paper. Abrasions on verso from former mounting.
One of the most popular artists of his time, Richard Westall R.A. (1765 - 1836) is a very young artist at this time. There is a set of 4 listed Spring and Autumn by Westall while Summer and Winter are by Wheatley. These were engraved by Bartolozzi in 1790.
Unrecorded by D'Oench and Frankau:.
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Shepherdess. [in pencil.]
Shepherdess. [in pencil.]
Westall. Eng.d J. Grozier [in pencil.]
[n.d., c.1790.]
Mezzotint, Grozer's own unfinished proof, with his pencil writing. 380 x 280mm.
The sitter is noted as 'Miss Smith of Westminster'. Fine mezzotint from the collection of Fritz Reiss, who assembled 'a rich collection of mezzotints, one of the finest of its kind' (Lugt). Pencil annotations in the margin (possibly Reiss's) state 'Grozer's own proof with his writing'.
Ex: Collection of Fritz Reiss (L.2178). Daniell catalogue 1914.
[Ref: 7568]   £480.00  
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The Sower.
The Sower.
Painted by R. Westall, R.A. Engraved by W.S. Reynolds.
London, Published Jan.y 1.st 1801. by S. Morgan, No. 22. Margaret Street, Cavendish Square, and W. Pearce, No. 30 Berners Street.
Mezzotint printed in colours. Very fine colour. 490 x 610mm. 19¼ x 24". Repaired tear through publication line.
A sower scatters seeds in a field, passing a woman and child who are seated at the edge of the field.
Not in Whitman.
[Ref: 14414]   £420.00  

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Le Triomphe de la Musique. Le Bal des gentils Animaux privés.
Le Triomphe de la Musique. Le Bal des gentils Animaux privés. [&] Le Triomphe de Polichinelle ou La Distraction bein préparée.
Pich. Westal pinx.t. Thouvenin Sculp.t.
à Paris chez Bance, ainé, Md d'Estampes rue St Denis. [n.d., c.1810.]
Pair of colour-printed stipples. 410 x 505mm (16 x 19¾") & 420 x 515mm (16½ x 20¼"). Platemark of 'Musique' taped, repaired tears in margins; 'Polichinelle' trimmed to plate.
Two scenes of affluent families in classical gardens being entertained by travelling showmen. In 'Musique' a woman and two children watch a fiddler and a woman with a tamborine with a clothed monkey; a dog has its paw on the monkey's shoulder, a large white rabbit sits to one side and a turkey stands near the fiddler's feet. In 'Polichinelle' the family watch a man playing a flute with one hand, a drum with the other, while making two marionettes (one is Punch) dance with string tied to his knee. His boy collects coins in a hat, taking a sealed letter from a young girl.
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[Venus and Cupids.]
[Venus and Cupids.]
[after Richard Westall R.A.]
[n.d., c.1840.]
Steel engraving, proof before letters, printed on chine collé. 190 x 245mm (7½ x 9½"), with large margins.
Venus, half-naked, reclining in a bower with two cherubs, one of whom draws a bow. A copy of a stipple engraved by Robert Mitchell Meadows (BM 1934,0113.5).
[Ref: 58584]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Welsh Peasants.
Welsh Peasants.
Painted by R. Westall R.A. Engraved by Ant.y Cardon.
Published Oct.r 1799 by I.B. Smith Engraver in Mezzotinto to his R.H. the Prince of Wales No. 31 King Street Covent Garden London.
Coloured stipple, rare. 387 x 420mm (15¼ x 16½").
A family and goats sitting outside a cottage, a young woman looking and gesturing to left, towards a young man, who walks away, downhill to left, carrying a bundle on a stick over his shoulder and covering his face with his hands, while another woman stands beside the first, looking down and an elderly couple sit behind them, watching, the man with his hand on the woman's knee to console her;
[Ref: 29033]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Winter.
Winter. Bless my heart hon cold it is. Ah mon Dieu qu'il fair froidé.
Painted by R. Westall. Engraved by P. Bonato.
[n.d., c.1790.]
Engraving with large margins, rare. Period Italian copy of the Bartolozzi. Platemark: 275 x 200mm (10¾ x 8"). Creases to sheet.
A portrait, half-length, of a young woman, looking three-quarter to the right. She is wearing an elaborate bonnet with a ribbon at the top and has her hands concealed in a large muff in front of her chest. For stipple impression, engraved by Bartolozzi after Weatley, see item ref: 8897.
[Ref: 35095]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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