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View in the Island of Bouro taken from the Roadstead.
View in the Island of Bouro taken from the Roadstead. No. XLII.
Piron del. W. Angus sc.
Harding ex. [n.d. c.1800.]
Engraving. 222 x 292mm. 8¾ x 11½".
A view of Cayeli, on the Island of Bouro, Indonesia; with a representation of the Sego Palm Tree. From "An Account of A Voyage in search of La Perouse...Under the Command of Rear-Admiral Bruni d'Entrecasteaux'.
[Ref: 20733]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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Generall Elliot.
Generall Elliot. European Magazine.
Miller del.t W: Angus Sculp. From a Painting in the Possession of Mrs. Fuller his Daughter.
Published Oct.r 1. 1782, by J. Fielding, Paternoster Row, I. Sewell, Cornhill, & I. Debrett, Piccadilly.
Engraving. Plate 177 x 115mm. 7 x 4½".
George Augustus Eliott, 1st Baron Heathfield, KB (1717-1790) was a British Army officer most notable for his command of the Gibraltar garrison during the Great Siege of Gibraltar. Eliott was educated at University of Leiden and studied artillery and other military subjects at the école militaire of La Fère in France. He served with the Prussian Army 1735-1736, and, in 1741, joined the 2nd Troop of Horse Grenadier Guards, of which his mother's brother, William Elliot of Wells, was then Lieutenant-Colonel, and of which Eliott was afterwards Lieutenant-Colonel. He served throughout the War of Austrian Succession 1742-1748, being wounded at the Battle of Dettingen and present at the Battle of Fontenoy. Eliott was made ADC from 1756-1759 to King George II. On 10 March 1759, he raised, and was appointed colonel of, the 1st Light Horse, and he distinguished himself in the German campaign, particularly the Battle of Minden. He was promoted to Major-General in 1759 and took part in the British expedition against Cuba in 1762, being 2nd-in-charge at the capture of Havana. He was promoted to Lieutenant-General in 1765. From 1774 to 1775 he was Commander-in-Chief to Ireland, Governor of Londonderry and Culmore. On March 6, 1775, he became a Privy Counsellor, and on May 25, 1777 he was appointed Governor of Gibraltar, succeeding Robert Boyd, the acting Governor. He was promoted to General in 1778. The Great Siege of Gibraltar lasted from 1779 to 1783, and on January 8, 1783, the British Parliament sent official thanks to George Eliott and he was awarded the Knight of the Bath. By February 6, 1783, the siege was over. In 1787, he was created Lord Heathfield, Baron Heathfield of Gibraltar, and in May of 1788 George was formally installed as Knight of the Bath.
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H. Swinburne del. Angus sculp.t.
[London: Printed for P. Elmsly, 1779.]
Engraving. Sheet 260 x 375mm (10¼ x 14¾). Trimmed and laid on album paper, text sheet (in English & French) pasted as overlay.
A view of Granada, published in 'Travels through Spain in the Years 1775 and 1776 in which several monuments of Roman and Moorish Architecture are Illustrated by Accurate Drawings taken on the Spot' by Henry Swinburne (1743-1803), an account of his travels with Sir Thomas Gascoigne, when Spain was relatively unknown land. It was the first antiquarian book on Spain to be published in England, describing early Roman and Moorish architecture with historical background.
From a scrapbook compiled by Rev. Willaim Bradford (1780-1857), Chaplain and war artist during the Peninsula Wars.
[Ref: 33307]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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George Fred. Handel Esq.r.
George Fred. Handel Esq.r.
W. Angus sculp.
[n.d., c.1800.]
Engraving. Sheet 165 x 100mm (6½ x 4"). Trimmed within plate, mounted on 18th century album paper with painted borders.
A medallion portrait of the composer.
[Ref: 30296]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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W. Angus sculp.t.
[n.d., c.1800].
Engraving. Platemark: 155 x 105mm. (6 x 4¼"). Trimmed to platemark. Glued into backing sheet at edges.
A portrait, in oval, of Pierre Carlet de Chamblain de Marivaux (1688 1763), commonly referred to as Marivaux, a French novelist and dramatist. He is considered one of the most important French playwrights of the 18th century, writing numerous comedies for the Comédie-Française and the Comédie-Italienne of Paris. His most important works are 'Le Triomphe de l'amour', 'Le Jeu de l'amour et du hasard' and 'Les Fausses Confidences'. He also published a number of essays and two important but unfinished novels, 'La Vie de Marianne' and 'Le Paysan parvenu'.
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Mr. Tho.s Paine
Mr. Tho.s Paine
Peel pinx.t Angus sculp.t
Published as the Act directs 1 Sep.r 1791 by C. Forster No.41 Poultry
Engraving, sheet 160 x 100mm (6¼ x 4"). Trimmed and tipped into album sheet.
Thomas Paine (1737-1809), author and revolutionary. A leading figure in the age of revolutions and an effective pamphleteer, Paine's works included 'Common Sense' (1776), which inspired people in the 'Thirteen Colonies' to declare and fight for independence from Great Britain; the hugely successful 'Rights of Man' (1791-2), which did much to restore credit to the French in Britain and America; and 'The Age of Reason' (1793), a trenchant attack on Christianity and all formal religions which stirred up hostility for many years afterwards (in 1888 Teddy Roosevelt described him as 'a filthy little atheist'). Engraved after a portrait by Charles Willson Peale (1741-1827), American painter and museum founder who served in the Pennsylvania militia and participated in radical politics during the Revolution.
For another engraving of Paine from the same portrait by Peale see ref. 34441.
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An Inside View of the Pantheon exhibiting their Majesties Box &c.
An Inside View of the Pantheon exhibiting their Majesties Box &c. as fitted up under the direction of Mr James Wyatt, for the Commemoration of Handel. European Magazine.
J. Dixon del.t. Angus sculp.
Published as the Act directs by J. Sewell May 25, 1784.
Etching with engraving. 205 x 260mm (8 x 10¼"). Trimmed into plate at sides, original binding folds.
The Pantheon, a place of public entertainment on the south side of Oxford Street, was designed by James Wyatt and opened in 1772. It was named after the temple in Rome because of its rotunda, over one of the largest rooms in England, as shown here.
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