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[The Sentinel.]
[The Sentinel.]
HD 1913. Herbert Dicksee [pencil signature.]
Published at 8, Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed Ltd. Printsellers of Bristol and London April 2nd. 1913 Berlin Stiefbold & Co. Postdamerstrasse 40 Copyright. Copyright by Frost & Reed Ltd (of Bristol England) in the United States of America.
Etching on vellum, remarque proof, limited edition of 300 signed by the artist. 375 x 650mm (14¾ x 25½"). Frame with Frost and Reed label with the print's details. Unexamined out of frame.
A bloodhound lying down yet alert, with a remarque of a gauntlet. The plate was destroyed at the end of this print run so this etching is most uncommon.
[Ref: 50011]   £1,200.00  
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[The Veteran.]
[The Veteran.]
Herbert Dicksee [pencil signature.] HD 1921. Limited to 250 signed proofs.
Copyright Frost & Reed, Ltd. 1921.
Etching, limited edition; Plate 431 x 412mm. 17 x 16¼". Uncut sheet, mint.
Bloodhound head profile in a circle, the plate was destroyed at the end of the printing so this etching is most uncommon. Herbert Dicksee himself was a painter of animals and historical genre scenes, but he was also an etcher and mezzotint engraver. He studied at the Slade School, later taught drawing at the City of London School and he exhibited his work at the Royal Academy from 1885-1904. Dicksee is also well known today for his depictions of dogs, all painted from life. Many of the dogs were owned by members of his family and Dicksee himself owned breeds including the Deerhound, Bloodhound, Dandie Dinmont, Pug, Bull terrier and French bulldog. One of Dicksee’s best known dog pictures was entitled Where’s Master?, which was a commission from King Edward VII to paint his favourite dog, a terrier named Caesar.
Not in PSA.
[Ref: 20834]   £950.00  
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[Patience.]
[Patience.]
HD 1922. [Herbert Dicksee.]
Published at 8 Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed Printsellers of Bristol & London 1922. Copyright 1922, by Frost & Reed Ltd, in the United States of America.
Etching on vellum, signed by the artist, printsellers' blindstamps. 395 x 650mm (15½ x 25½"). Framed. Faint mildrew. Unexamined out of frame.
A deerhound and a terrier waiting, exhibited Royal Academy in 1923.
[Ref: 30303]   £820.00  
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[On the Road to the Village.]
[On the Road to the Village.]
H.D.1909. [Herbert Dicksee.]
Published at 8 Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed Printsellers of Bristol & London December 1st 1909, Berlin Stiefbold & Co., No 25 Markgrafemstrasse, Copyright registered. Copyright 1909 by Frost & Reed (Bristol, England) in the United States of America.
Etching on vellum, Artist's proof signed by the artist. 350 x 505mm (13¾ x 20"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
A girl driving three cows and a calf up a lane, a church tower on the skyline.
[Ref: 30305]   £450.00  
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[Harmony.]
[Harmony.]
Dicksee pinx Waltner sc 1879.
[c.1886.]
Etching, 520 x 315mm. 20½ x 12½". Paper tone
A man stares entranced into the eyes of a lady as she sits playing the organ in a church. A very romanticised late Victorian interpretation, after Frank Dicksee (1853 - 1928). Plate declared to the Printseller's Association December 6th, 1879, with their blindstamp lower left.
Printseller's Association: pg.159.
[Ref: 12461]   £350.00  
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[Sir John Laird Mair Lawrence.]
[Sir John Laird Mair Lawrence.]
[Engraved by George Sanders after John Robert Dicksee.]
[Published by Henry Graves & Co., 25th October 1864.]
Mezzotint on chine collé, with Printsellers' Association blindstamp; Proof before letters except publication. 480 x 380mm (19 x 15") large margins.
A portrait of John Laird Mair Lawrence (1811-79), an English colonial administrator in India, painted in England shortly before he returned to India in 1863 to replace Lord Elgin, who had died suddenly, as Viceroy of India. He was made Baron Lawrence 'of the Punjaub and of Grateley in the County of Southampton' on his return to England in 1869.
[Ref: 48287]   £280.00  
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[Leopard and Jungle Fowl.]
[Leopard and Jungle Fowl.]
H.D. 1920. Signed in Pencil Herbert Dicksee
Proof etching, limited to 125 impressions. 200 x 425mm.
[Ref: 1787]   £1,200.00  
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[Prowling leopard.]
[Prowling leopard.]
H.D.
[n.d., c.1900.]
Etching, proof before title, signed in pencil by the artist. Five blind stamps including the 'Fine Art Trade Guild'. 150 x 225mm (6 x 9").
A prowling leopard on a barren hill side.
[Ref: 13274]   £1,250.00  
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[Leopard Drinking.]
[Leopard Drinking.]
HD. Herbert Dicksee [pencil signature.]
[n.d., c.1915.]
Etching, signed artist's proof, with very large margins. 210 x 350mm (8¼ x 13¾").
A leopard crouching to drink from a pool, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1918.
[Ref: 31766]   £850.00  
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[Peril.]
[Peril.]
H.D. 1910.
Frost & Reed, 1910.
Proof etching on vellum, signed by the artist. 330 x 550mm. Faint horizontal crease through the image.
A lioness protecting her two cubs.
[Ref: 1800]   £720.00  
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[His Majesty.]
[His Majesty.]
Herbert Dicksee.
London, Published April 2nd 1888, by C. E. Clifford & Co. 12 Piccadilly W.
Drypoint etching on vellum, limited edition 250 signed proofs, 595 x 465mm. 23½ x 18¼". Signed in pencil with Printsellers' Association stamp. Unexamined out of frame
Dramatic head of a lion, exhibited at the Royal Academy 1888.
[Ref: 12054]   £950.00  
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[An African Monarch.]
[An African Monarch.]
Herbert Dicksee [signed in pencil.]
Published at 8, Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed Ltd. Printsellers of Bristol and London, October 1.st 1915 Copyright. Copyright October 1.st 1915 by Frost & Reed Ltd. (of Bristol, England) in the United States of America.
Etching signed in pencil, framed. 'HD' monogram to lower right of image. Plate 514 x 425mm. 20¼ x 16¾". Unexamined out of frame.
Herbert Dicksee, R.E. (British, 1862-1942). The head of an African lion.
[Ref: 22886]   £620.00  
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[A Love Story.]
[A Love Story.]
Frank Dicksee pinxt. A. Lalaure aqu. [Both signed in pencil:] Frank Dicksee. A Lalauze.
Published July 1st.1884 by Thos. Agnew & Sons, London, Liverpool & Manchester, & by M. Schaus, New-York.
Engraving and etching. Printseller's Association stamp. Plate 386 x 508mm. 15¼ x 20". Laid on board.
Lovers seated on a stone bench under a bush at close quarters. Frank Bernard Dicksee (1853-1928) was an English Victorian painter and illustrator. He was best known for his dramatic historical and legendary scenes.
PSA: AP, limited to 300.
[Ref: 20266]   £520.00  
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[My Lady Sleeps.]
[My Lady Sleeps.]
H.D. Henry Dicksee [pencil signature].
Published at 8, Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed, Printsellers of Bristol, Clifton and London, November 21st 1905.
Rare etching on vellum, 280 x 520mm (11 x 21½"). Signed by the artist, limited to 325 impressions. Contemporary frame. Unexamined out of frame.
A child sleeps curled up on a mastiff twice her size.
[Ref: 50009]   £1,500.00  
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[John Nicholson.]
[John Nicholson.]
Painted by T.F. Dicksee. Engraved by A.N. Sanders
London, Published June 1.st 1867 by Henry Graves & Co. the Proprietors, Publishers to H.M. the Queen and T.R.H. the Prince & Princess of Wales. 6 Pall Mall. Copyright Registered.
Mezzotint, 470 x 390mm. 18½ x 15¼". Scarce, proof before letters, limited to 75 proofs. Slight foxing around image.
Portrait of John Nicholson (1821-57). Nicholson served in Afghanistan from 1840-2 (notably in the 1841 defence of Ghazni), and in the Punjab from 1843-7. He was subsequently 'invaluable' in the second Anglo-Sikh war. Nicholson commanded the main storming party at Delhi in September 1857, during which action he was shot through the chest, causing his death a few days later.

[Ref: 12337]   £320.00  
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[Wolfhound.]The Old Garden.
[Wolfhound.]The Old Garden.
Etched by Herbert Dicksee R.E.
Published at 8 Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed, Printsellers of Bristol & London, 1921.
Etching. 500 x 690mm (21¾ x 27¼").
A woman picking roses in an ornamental garden, watched by her wolfhound
[Ref: 1795]   £550.00  
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Patience.
Patience.
HG 1922 [Herbert Dicksee.]
Copyright 1922 by Frost & Reed in the United States.
Etching. 410 x 660mm.
A deerhound and a terrier waiting.
[Ref: 1799]   £850.00  
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[A Pekinese.]
[A Pekinese.]
Herbert Dicksee [Signed in pencil.]
Copyright 1924 by Frost & Reed Ltd. (of Bristol, England) in the United States of America.
Etching on vellum in a titled frame. Fine impression. Platemark: 385 x 355mm (15¾ x 14") Unexamined out of frame.
A portrait of a Pekingese, looking directly at the viewer, within a circle. Framed with a titled slip. By Herbert Thomas Dicksee (1862 - 1942), published by Frost & Reed, founded in 1808 in Bristol.
[Ref: 39993]   £950.00  
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[A Polar Bear.]
[A Polar Bear.]
[n.d. c.1900.]
Etching, signed artist's proof, limited to 150 impressions; framed. Plate 215 x 279mm. 8½ x 11". Frame 419 x 458mm. 16½ x 18". Paper lightly toned.
Polar bear facing up rocky slope taking scent. The only recorded state; the plate was then destroyed.
[Ref: 25915]   £590.00  
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[Polar Bear.]
[Polar Bear.]
HD. 1912. Herbert Dicksee [pencil signature.]
Copyright 1912 by Frost & Reed Ltd. (of Bristol, England) in the United States of America.
Etching, signed artist's proof. Plate destroyed. Limited printing. Framed. 455 x 700mm (18 x 27½"). Light foxing. Unexamined out of frame.
A fine detailed image of a polar bear, facing to the left, within an icey landscape. Herbert Dicksee was an English painter who specialised in paintings of dogs and animals. He studied at the Slade School of Art and his first painting was exhibited in 1881. His paintings were usually done from life, he kept numerous dogs as pets and frequented London Zoo. His daughter, Dorothy was the executor of his will, which directed her to destroy most of the plates for his etchings to prevent any further impressions from being producted.
[Ref: 35762]   £1,250.00  
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[Footsteps.]
[Footsteps.]
HD 1925. Herbert Dicksee [signed in pencil].
Published 10 Clare Street Bristol by Frost & Reed Ltd of Bristol and of London. Copyright 1926 by Frost & Reed (Bristol, England) in the United States of America.
Etching on vellum, artist's proof signed by the artist. 350 x 540mm (13¾ x 21¼"). Framed. Unexamined out of frame.
A Scottish terrier and a West Highland terrier waiting for their master.
[Ref: 50010]   £1,250.00  
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Silent Sympathy.
Silent Sympathy.
Etched by Herbert Dicksee.
Published at 8, Clare Street, Bristol by Frost & Reed, Printsellers of London & Bristol, 1894.
Etching. 500 x 590mm (19¾ x 23¼"). Framed. Unexamined out of the frame.
A young girl sitting in a wicker armchair in front of the fire, chin in her hand, looking despondently into the flames, a book open on the floor beside her and a large deerhound lying next to her on the rug, looking up at her. One of Dicksees most romantic scenes.
[Ref: 50084]   £550.00  
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[His First Night From Home.]
[His First Night From Home.]
HD. Herbert Dicksee [pencil signature].
Pub. London Nov. 1901 by the Fine Art Society Ltd. 148, New Bond St. W.
Etching on vellum, signed by the artist. 205 x 290mm (8 x 11½). Framed with Frost and Reed label. Small scratch in image. Unexamined out of frame.
A tiny puppy curled up asleep.
[Ref: 50057]   £750.00  
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[The Prodigal.]
[The Prodigal.]
HD 1926. [Signature outside image:] Herbert Dicksee.
Published...Bristol by Frost & Reed Ltd of Bristol & London 1926 Copyright. Copyright 1926 by Frost & Reed Ltd (of Bristol, England) in the United States of America.
Etching, signed artist proof on vellum. 571 x 470mm (22½ x 18½"). Time stained outside platemark.
A terrier sitting on a doorstep in front of a closed door.
[Ref: 20270]   £1,200.00  
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[A Tiger.]
[A Tiger.]
[Signed in pencil by Herbert Dicksee.]
Frost & Reed.
Etching. 198 x 445mm (7¼ x 17½").
A reclining tiger.
[Ref: 9334]   £1,150.00  
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[A Tigress.]
[A Tigress.]
Herbert Dicksee.
London, Published December 1st 1891, by C. E. Clifford & Co. 200 Piccadilly W.
Drypoint etching on vellum, limited edition 225 signed proofs, 580 x 495mm. 22¾ x 19½. Signed in pencil with Printsellers' Association stamp. Unexamined out of frame
Dramatic head of a snarling tigress, exhibited at the Royal Academy 1891.
[Ref: 12055]   £950.00  
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[The Jungle Pool.]
[The Jungle Pool.]
H.D.
[Frost & Reed. n.d. 1921.]
Proof etching, with very large margins. Limited to 150 Artists Proofs signed in pencil by the artist, Printsellers' blindstamps. 205 x 305mm (8 x 12").
A tiger drinking from a pool, by Herbert Dicksee.
[Ref: 30317]   £950.00  
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[Siesta.]
[Siesta.]
HD. Herbert Dicksee [pencil signature.]
[n.d., c.1918.]
Etching, signed artist's proof, with very large margins. 180 x 280mm (7 x 11").
A tiger lying in the sun, exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1918.
[Ref: 31763]   £850.00  
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Against the Wind and Open Sky.
Against the Wind and Open Sky.
Herbert Dicksee signed in pencil.
Published at 8 Clare Street, Bristol, by Frost & Reed, Printsellers of Bristol, Clifton & London, June 1st 1900.
Etching. 565 x 300mm.
[Ref: 1818]   £750.00  
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[Baffled.]
[Baffled.]
HD 1908 in plate, signed in pencil. Limited to 300 signed proofs.
Copyright 1908 by Messrs Arthur Tooth & Sons, Publishers 175 & 176 New Bond Street London, 41 Boulevard des Capucines Paris, 299 Fifth Avenue, New York, & Messrs Stiefbold & Co. Berlin.
Etching on vellum, 520 x 740mm (20½ x 29").
Wolves on a rocky outcrop, after Herbert Dicksee, R.E. (1862-1942).
PSA: Vol.II. AP.300.
[Ref: 22353]   £620.00  
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