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Robert Haldane Esq.r
Robert Haldane Esq.r of Gleneagles in the county of Perth, and Captain in the Service of the Hon.ble The East India Company. From a Picture in the Possession of the Right Hon.ble Lord Dundas.
Painted by Sir Joshua Reynolds. Engraved by G.Clint.
London, Published Bov.r 1st, 1805 by C.Clint, Hind Court, Fleet Street.
Mezzorint. 505 x 350mm. Trimmed into plate at bottom.
Robert Haldane (1705 - 1768), the first Scotsman to command an East India Company ship. Returning home, he bought the estate of Gleneagles.
Hamilton: p.34, state iii of iii.
[Ref: 7551]   £240.00  
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Samuel Lord Hood Ammiraglio Iglese.
Samuel Lord Hood Ammiraglio Iglese.
in Napoli presso Talanti e Gervasi al Gigante No. 3.7. [n.d., c.1790.]
Copper engraving, rare with very large margins, 200 x 135mm. 8 x 5¼".
Samuel Hood, 1st Viscount Hood (1724-1816), British admiral. Vignette naval scene below portrait. An Italian engraving published in Naples, loosely derived from the portrait after James Northcote (1746-1831).
[Ref: 12186]   £85.00   (£102.00 incl.VAT)
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To Sir Charles Price, Bar.t M.P. late Lord Mayor of the City of London. This Portrait of a noncommisioned Officer of the London Volunteer Cavalry, is by permission most respectfully dedicated by his Obliged & faithful Serv.t Rob.t Ashby.
Painted by H. Ashby. Engraved by G. Clint. Diamond, a Charger in the Possession of Robt. Ashby, painted by Sartorius.
London, Published Feby. 29th. 1804, by Robt. Ashby, King Street, Cheapside.
Mezzotint. Plate 585 x 451mm. 23 x 17¾". Trimmed to plate with small tear and crease in the title area and edges. Damaged.
A mounted cavalry officer, (?)Robert Ashby junr., with sabre raised in right arm in front of his plumed hat, looking towards the viewer, on a prancing, black horse, 'Diamond', in profile to left, turning its head to right, other officers moving in formation from left to right in the background.
[Ref: 24165]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)

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The Marquess of Hastings, Governor General of India, &c. &c. &c.
The Marquess of Hastings, Governor General of India, &c. &c. &c.
Painted by M.A. Shee Esq.r R.A. Engraved by G. Clint
London Published by Colnaghi Son & Co. Pall Mall East [n.d., c.1813].
Mezzotint, platemark 710 x 460mm (21 x 18"). Tear into image lower left, some surface damage and rubbing.
Full-length portrait of Francis Rawdon Hastings, 1st Marquess of Hastings and 2nd Earl of Moira. The portrait was engraved and published by the engraver George Clint in 1805, but this impression dates from after the plate was sold to Colnaghi and the lettering altered to reflect Hastings (1754-1826) was a British politician and politician, and Governor General of India from 1813 to 1823. He also fought in the American War of Independence and French Revolutionary Wars.
Not in CS
[Ref: 23437]   £680.00  
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Joseph Wilkes.
Joseph Wilkes.
Painted by Thomas Walker. Engraved by George Clint.
London.Published, Decr.1.1893, by T.Walker 32, Grafton St. Fitzroy Sqr.
Mezzotint. Plate 359 x 270mm.
Engineer, Canal Builder. Died at Croydon in 1805.
[Ref: 6388]   £260.00  
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Miss Arabella Jane Wilmot.
Miss Arabella Jane Wilmot.
Painted by I.Hoppner RA. Engraved by G.Clint.
[London Published June 4th 1810 by A.Molteno, 29 Pall Mall, Printseller to her R.H. the Dutchess of York]
Mezzotint. 387 x 297mm. 15¼ x 11¾". Trimmed to plate publication line lost.
The author Mrs Arabella Jane Sullivan (1796-1839) as a child, on the ground hugging a dog. George Clint (1770 - 1854) , a mezzotinter and portrait miniature painter, and Associate Royal Academician. John Hoppner (1758-1810) was most noted for his portraits. Anthony Molteno (1788 - 1835), whose full name is apparently James Anthony Molteno, was print publisher and seller ('to HRH the Duchess of York'), and a collector of drawings. He was the partner of Paul Colnaghi for a few years after 1788.
[Ref: 19473]   £220.00  
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