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The Family Dinner at The Cottage Door. [&] Tenderness persuading Reluctance at The School Door.
The Family Dinner at The Cottage Door. [&] Tenderness persuading Reluctance at The School Door.
F. Wheatley R.A. pinx.t. G. Keating sculp.t.
London, Published Jan.y 1. 1798 by G. & C. Keating No.18 Warwick Street Golden Square.
Pair of colour-printed stipples. Plate: 410 x 300mm (16 x 11¾'') very large margins. Light paper tone.
A pair of genre scenes. The first shows a young family eating at a table set up outside their cottage, the second shows a woman consoling a crying girl while a boy holds her hand.
[Ref: 48090]   £1,250.00   view all images for this item
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Filial Piety.
Filial Piety. Cimon, condemned to famish in Prison is privately suckled by his Daughter Pero. The Judges, in order to transmit to Posterity their approbation of so rare an example of filial piety, pardon'd the Father for the Daughters Virtue.
Put:r Jordaens Pinx.t. Geo.e Keating Sculp.t.
London, Published 26th March, 1790, by Geo:Keating, No 18 Warwick Street, Golden Square,
Mezzotint. 440 x 540mm (17¼ x 21¼") very large margins
A story told by Roman historian Valerius Maximus (c.AD 50): Cimon, sentenced to stave to death in prison, is suckled by his daughter Pero.
[Ref: 11599]   £480.00  
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George Fordyce. M.D. F.R.S.
George Fordyce. M.D. F.R.S. Senior Physician of S.t. Thomas's Hospital.
T. Phillips Pinx.t. G. Keating Sculp.t.
Publish'd May 7.th. 1795 by T. Phillips N.o. 20 Air Street.
Mezzotint, scarce with very large margins. Plate: 250 x 340mm (9¾ x 13¼"). Some foxing. Laid on album sheet.
Half-portrait of George Fordyce (1736-1802), who was a Scottish physician and scientist who was elected as physician of St. Thomas's Hospital, London in 1770 and was a fellow of the Royal Society and the Royal College of Physicians. Fordyce sits reading a book titled 'Treatise on Fever'.
Ex: Collection of the Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd. Wellcome: 1005
[Ref: 35129]   £390.00  
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A Gipsy. Her Goods a Picher; and old Hay her Bed, She strolls, and telling Fortunes earns her Bread. Dryden.
A Gipsy. Her Goods a Picher; and old Hay her Bed, She strolls, and telling Fortunes earns her Bread. Dryden.
J.H. Benwell delint. G. Keating sculpt.
[n.d. c.1840.]
Stipple. 140 x 96mm. 5½ x 3¾".
A gipsy woman with a staff over her right arm with a pot dangling off the end. Wearing a rather old hat and clothing not dissimilar in state.
[Ref: 14992]   £70.00   (£84.00 incl.VAT)
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D.r Moore.
D.r Moore.
Painted by T. Lawrence R.A. Engraved by G. Keating.
[n.d. c. 1794]
Mezzotint, sheet 380 x 290mm (15 x 11½"). Trimmed within plate and glued to backing paper. Damaged.
Half- length portrait within a sqaure border of Scottish physician and travel author, Dr John Moore (1729 1802).
CS 6 II of II. W.2053 not in.
[Ref: 61590]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[William Pitt the Younger] To the Right Hon.ble John Earl of Chatham, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, First Lord of the Admiralty, &c. &c. &c.
[William Pitt the Younger] To the Right Hon.ble John Earl of Chatham, Knight of the most Noble Order of the Garter, First Lord of the Admiralty, &c. &c. &c. By Permission this Plate of The Right Hon.ble William Pitt, is humbly Dedicated by his Lordships most devoted serv.t John Brydon. From the Original Picture in the Possession of W.Bellingham Esq.r.
Painted in Crayons by S. De Koster. Engrav'd by G. Keating.
London Pub.d Jan.y 18 1794 by J. Brydon. Charing Cross.
Mezzotint, platemark 500 x 350mm (19¾ x 13¾"), large margins. Some small abrasions. Some tears and dirt in margins.
William Pitt the Younger (1759-1806), prime minister, engraved after a pastel portrait by Simon de Koster (1767-1831), a German-born portrait painter who moved to London in 1788.
CS: 9 II of II.
[Ref: 55927]   £390.00  
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Rustic Sympathy.
Rustic Sympathy. By Angels caught, all hallow'd as they flow. [/] Are tears we shed for Sorrows not our own; [/] And Bosoms heaving for another's Woe. [/] Waft their own incense to the Heavenly Throne.
F. Wheatly Pinx.t. G. Keating Sculp.t.
London, Published 1. Jan.y. 1797 by John Jeffryes Ludgate Hill.
Mezzotint printed in colour. Plate: 645 x 515mm, (25½ x 20¼"). Staining in very large margins.
A rural scene in which a beggar in rags approaches the door of a cottage. Two woman stand in the doorway, one carrying a jug the other leans on a broom and next to them a boy sits on a barrow of straw.
[Ref: 38740]   £320.00  
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A Boys School. [&] A Girls School.
A Boys School. [&] A Girls School. In the Collection of his Grace the Duke of Rutland.
Pasquilini Pinxit. George Keating Sculpsit.
Published Jan.y 13th. 1788 by John & Josiah Boydell, No. 90 Cheapside London.
Pair of rare colour-printed stipples. Sheets 345 x 410mm (13½ x 16"). Trimmed within plate on three sides. tears and damage repaired, surface wear.
A pair of classical Italian school scenes. These are the only prints listed in the BM's biography of Pasqualini.
BM 1865,0114.739 & 1865,0114.740.
[Ref: 51951]   £250.00   (£300.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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The Settling Family attacked by Savages.
The Settling Family attacked by Savages.
Painted by H.Singleton. Engraved by G.Keating.
[Publication line excised, Published 10th. of August 1799, by G. Keating, 18 Warwick Street, Golden Square.]
Mezzotint, printed in very bright colours. Sheet 645 x 510mm. Trimmed within plate at bottom.
Pair to 'The Settling Family Secure and Happy', engraved by J.Murphy.
BM: 1877,0811.878 Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 5547]   £950.00  

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The Right Hon.ble the Earl of Derby.
The Right Hon.ble the Earl of Derby.
Painted by Thos Gainsborough Esqr. R.A. Engraved by Geo.e Keating.
London, Publish'd May 20; 1785 by W.Austin, Drawing Master, at the Patriotic Printrooms No.41 St James's Street.
Mezzotint. 505 x 350mm (20 x 13¾"). Small crease in corner of title area.
Edward Smith-Stanley (1752-1834), 12th Earl of Derby. The Epsom Oaks is named after a horse race held on his estate, 'The Oaks', in 1779. The Derby Stakes is also named for him.
CS: Keating 2.
[Ref: 2609]   £450.00  
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