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[Hunting. After Thomas Blinks.]
[Hunting. After Thomas Blinks.]
Thos. Blinks [Signed in pencil]. T. Blinks [within plate].
Published by The Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W.133 New Bond Street - New York 14 East 23rd Street. [n.d., c.1890.]
Photogravure printed in colour. Rare. Blind stamp in lower left corner, 'Berlin Photographic Society. 21.' Platemark: 645 x 320mm (25¼ x 12¼"). Very light foxing in margins.
A young man in hunting dress rides directly towards the viewer, with another figure following, behind to the right. Fields can be seen in the distance. After British sporting and animal painter, Thomas Blinks (1860 - 1912), who worked in Abbey Road and exhibited paintings at the RA from 1883.
See Ref: 37687
[Ref: 37688]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Hunting scene after Thomas Blinks.]
[Hunting scene after Thomas Blinks.]
Thos. Blinks [Signed in pencil]. T. Blinks [within plate].
Published by The Berlin Photographic Company Berlin - London W.133 New Bond Street - New York 14 East 23rd Street. [n.d., c.1890.]
Photogravure printed in colour. Rare. Blind stamp in lower left corner, 'Berlin Photographic Society. 23.' Platemark: 650 x 320mm (25½ x 12¼"). Grubby in margins. Very light foxing in margins.
A young woman in Edwardian dress leads three other hunters on horse-back over a fence. Fields can be seen in the distance. After British sporting and animal painter, Thomas Blinks (1860 - 1912), who worked in Abbey Road and exhibited paintings at the RA from 1883.
See ref: 37686
[Ref: 37687]   £320.00  
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La Chasse au Sanglier.
La Chasse au Sanglier. Gravé par W.m. Woollett d'aprés Le dessin Original de Jean Pillement.
London Publish'd according to Act of Parliament August 29, 1760. A Paris chez Leviez rue S.t. André des Arts, vis a vis l'hôtel de Château Vieux.
Engraving. 590 x 480mm (23 x 19"). Trimmed within plate on left, right and upper edges.
A scene showing a boar hunt in a large forest. In the foreground several figures spear a boar, a male figure on horseback aims a rifle at the boar and a mounted female hunter points a pistol. In the background figures on horseback and on foot approach with dogs, guns and spears.
[Ref: 37510]   £380.00  
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Worcestershire. Breaking Cover.
Worcestershire. Breaking Cover.
Painted by T. Woodward. Engraved by Theodore Fielding.
London, Published 1826 by J. Brooker, 5, Southampton Row, Russell Sq.r
Aquatint, very fine. 408 x 603mm. 16 x 23¾".
The fox breaks cover and is chased by the hounds and horses. A man with his dog sits by the side of the road holding-back his excited dog. Plate 1 from the set of very rare Worcestershire Hunt aquatints.
Ex Collection: Norman Blackburn. Siltzer: Pg 315.
[Ref: 20754]   £480.00  
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Caught at Last [to rock in image].
Caught at Last [to rock in image]. Sporting Tableaux. No.3.
W. Clerk lith, 202 High Holborn.
Published by O. Hodgson, 111 Fleet Street. [n.d., c.1840.]
Hand coloured lithograph, sheet 280 x 375mm. 11 x 14¾". Some surface soiling; crease through lower left corner.
A terrier has a fox firmly by the neck and is dragging his quarry out from the undergrowth. This dramatic central scene is framed by (uncoloured) vignettes, including hunting horn, guns and equipment, and two pointers to lower left and right corners. For a sporting series.
[Ref: 19453]   £60.00   (£72.00 incl.VAT)
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The Chase.
The Chase.
Richard Ansdell. W. H. Simmons.
London, Published by Owen Bailey, 4 Arlington St, Mornington Crescen_Jan.y 1. 1851.
Hand-coloured etching. Plate 407 x 273mm. 16 x 10¾".
A stag jumps across a stream in the hope of escaping from a deerhound in pursuit at his side.
Ex Collection: Norman Blackburn.
[Ref: 18771]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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The Chase of the Roebuck. [&] The Death of the Roebuck, with a view of Whatcombe House.
The Chase of the Roebuck. [&] The Death of the Roebuck, with a view of Whatcombe House. Dedicated by permission to E. M. Pleydell, Esqr. many years Master of a Pack of Roebuck Hounds. By his Sincere and obliged Friend W.P. Hodges. [&] Dedicated by permission to E. M. Pleydell, Esqe. who many years Hunted the Roebuck. By his Sincere and obliged Friend W.P. Hodges.
From Original Drawings by W.P.Hodges, Esq.r Engraved by H. Alken & R. G. Reeve.
London, Published October 1st. 1834, by Tho.s Mc.Lean, 26, Haymarket.
Pair of coloured aquatints. Watermarked: J. Whitman. Turkey Mill. 1846. Plate 412 x 578mm. 16¼" x 22¾". [&] Watermarked: J. Whitman. Turkey Mill. Plate 412 x 585mm. 16¼" x 23". Some slight time-staining. [&] Tear into the right-hand side of the image. Some spotting and time-staining.
A pair of hunting scenes in Dorset. Hunters and hounds pursue and catch a roebuck.
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La Chasse au Sanglier.
La Chasse au Sanglier.
Gravé par W.m Woollett d'aprés Le dessin original de Jean Pillement. A Paris chez le Citen. Jean, rue Jean de Beauvais. No.32.
London Publish'd according to Act of Parliament August 29th 1760.
Very scarce copper engraving. 480 x 600mm, 19 x 23¾". Some restoration. Large margins.
Print of boar hunting from a series after Jean-Baptiste Pillement (1728 - 1808).
Fagan: v of v.
[Ref: 15475]   £350.00  
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[The Cottesmore. Away from Ranksborough.]
[The Cottesmore. Away from Ranksborough.]
Cecil Aldin.
Published 1920 by Thomas McLean, 7, Haymarket, London S.W.1 copyright.
Colour offset lithograph, limited edition, no. 244 of 300 signed by Aldin in pencil. Image 320 x 710mm, 12½ x 28".
The Cottesmore Hunt, Rutland.
[Ref: 10131]   £650.00  
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Coursing,
Coursing, View near Epsom. / Plate 4
Painted by S.N. Sartorius / Engraved by J. Pollard.
London / Published by T. Helme, at his Picture Frame Manufactory, 15, Tabernacle Square, Old Street Road May 1833.
Aquatint with hand-colouring, platemark 460 x 550mm (18 x 21½"). Very large margins. Paper watermarked 'J Whatman Turkey Mill 1833'. Creasing; damage inside upper platemark.
Final plate from a set of four coursing prints, showing the return from the hunt with a servant carrying a dead rabbit. Presumably after animal and sporting painter John Nost Sartorius (1759-1829), whose popularity in the field was second only to that of his contemporary George Stubbs, but given here as 'S.N. Sartorius'.
Siltzer: Not in.
[Ref: 37554]   £550.00  
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Portraits of Two well known Characters in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Robert Darling And John Brown, Dedicated to the Gentry and Farmers of the Holderness Hunt, By their Obedient Servant, Wm. R. Goddard.
Portraits of Two well known Characters in the East Riding of Yorkshire, Robert Darling And John Brown, Dedicated to the Gentry and Farmers of the Holderness Hunt, By their Obedient Servant, Wm. R. Goddard.
Painted By John Fernley, Jun.r. Engraved By R.G. & A.W. Reeve.
London, Published Nov. 15, 1839; by Thomas Mclean, 26, Haymarket, and W.m R. Goddard, 15, Silver Street, Hull.
Coloured aquatint. Sheet 485 x 610mm (19 x 24") Trimmed to platemark.
[Ref: 2479]   £390.00  
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Trailing for a Hare [&] The Death.
Trailing for a Hare [&] The Death.
[Engraved by Howitt after his own drawing]
Pub.d Jan 1st 1799 by S.W.Fores Corner of Sackville Street.
Pair of coloured etchings. 245 x 320mm. Trimmed to printed border, mounted on album paper.
Two prints from a set of four: setting out hunting and the final scene.
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The Death of the Stag.
The Death of the Stag. To Philip, Earl of Chesterfield, this Print Ingraved after a Capital Picture of P. Wouvermanns, is humbly Dedicated to his Lordship, by his most Obedient and Dutiful Servant Tho.s Major.
P. Wouvermans pinx. A. Lawrence fe. aqua forti. Tho.s Major Sculpsit.
London sold by T. Major Ingraver to H. R. H. the Prince of Wales at the Golden Head in Chandois Street the lower end of St Martins Lane. Publish'd accord.g to Act of Parliament Feb.y 10 1753.
A large & fine etching and engraving. 505 x 670mm (19¾ x 26½"), with large margins. Centre fold as normal.
A hunting party outside an inn, with one of the group blowing his horn, after Philips Wouwerman (1619 - 1668), etched by Andrew Lawrence and finished by Thomas Major. From a bound issue of the series 'The Most Capital Paintings in England' (1763-86, issued in parts and available as volumes of prints from 1769 onwards).
[Ref: 53479]   £350.00  
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A Deer Hunter of the Last Age, in Cap and Jack.
A Deer Hunter of the Last Age, in Cap and Jack. NB, The Coat is Called a Jack.
Byng pinxit. C:R: Ryley fecit. From an Original Picture.
[London: Nichols, 1796 - 1815.]
Engraving, sheet 480 x 350mm. 19 x 13¾". Vertical and horizontal folds, as normal.
A medieval huntsman with his deerhound and long-shafted spear/club; stags in the background. Perhaps a portrait of Henry Good of Bower Chalk, Wiltshire. From 'The History and Antiquities of the County of Dorset' by John Hutchins. Numbered 'Vol. III. p.67' upper right.
British Library: 001776999.
[Ref: 15169]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[Stag Hunting.]
[Stag Hunting.]
Painted by Charles Hancock. Engraved by H.Guest & J.J.Harris. Engraved and Printed under Charles Hancock's Patent.
London Published May 1st 1840 by Hodgson & Graves, Her Majesty's Printsellers & Publishers, 6 Pall Mall.
Mezzotint with Baxter-type colour printing. 485 x 655mm. Tear just entering image at top, some spotting at edges. A wonderful example of colour printing.
A kilted hunter bracing his dogs for the chase. The print has a pair of registry holes in the right printed border.
Siltzer p.133. Ex: collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 7632]   £650.00  
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Mr Delmé Radcliffe & his Harriers, 1833.
Mr Delmé Radcliffe & his Harriers, 1833.
Pub.d April, 1833 by R. Ackermann, Jun.r at his Eclipse Sporting Gallery, 191 Regent St.t.
Fine & rare aquatint with superb hand colour. Sheet 285 x 355mm (11¼ x 14"). Trimmed within plate, edges chipped and soiled.
Three hunters on horses named under the image (Socks, Guardsman and Bob Handy), surrounded by hounds.
[Ref: 53412]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Earth Stopper.
Earth Stopper.
Hy. Alken, Delt.
London, Published by Thos. McLean, 26, Haymarket, 1823.
Hand coloured soft-ground etching, 265 x 210mm. 10½ x 8¼".
Man on horseback pushing open a gate, lantern hanging from his belt, two fox terriers preceeding him. After Henry Thomas Alken (1785 - 1851), from a series of six sporting characters.
Siltzer: pg. 60.
[Ref: 18043]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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The Fox Chase. [Four plates]
The Fox Chase. [Four plates] 'Southerly Wind and a Cloudy Sky [.....]' [8 Verses]
Painted by Woolstenholme. Engraved by Richard Reeve.
London published, June 4, by Jno. Burgis, 22, Southampton Street.
Set of four aquatints with some later colouring. Ex Ackerman. Printed area: 370 x 510mm. 14.5 x 20". Unexamined out of frame.
Richard Reeve (1780-1835), after Dean Wolstenholme Snr. (1757-1837) 'Fox Chase', four aquatints printed in colour. Two verses accompany each scene. Both Dean Wolstenholme snr. and his son of the same name, were sportsmen and huntsmen, whose careers overlaped by some eighteen or nineteen years. Whilst Wolstenholme jnr. was both a painter and engraver, Wolstenholme snr. never engraved.
The Story of Britsh Sporting Prints. Siltzer. p.310.
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The Break-Neck Fox Chase.
The Break-Neck Fox Chase.
June 1743. G. Bickham jun.r inv. et sculp.
Very rare engraving, 18th century watermark, sheet 335 x 465mm (13¼ x 18¼"). Trimmed within plate. Some staining in title on right, repairs.
A hunting scene, with a group of hunters on horseback and dogs chasing a fox.
[Ref: 60692]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Fox Hunting.
Fox Hunting.
H. Alken del.t. I. Clark sculp.t.
London, Published by T. McLean, Jan.y 1. 1820.
Aquatint with fine hand-colour. Plate: 280 x 375mm (11 x 14¾"), with large margins. Very slight offsetting.
A fox hunting scene showing the members of a fox hunt jumping over fences and galoping across open fields. From 'The National Sports of Great Britain' by Henry Alken.
[Ref: 46280]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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[Fox hunting, Sussex?]
[Fox hunting, Sussex?]
Charles T. Burt [pencil signature].
Published by Franz Hanfstaengl, Munich, London & New York. Printed in Muich. Copyright 1897 by Franz Hanfstaengl.
Photogravure on chine collé, with artist's signature and publisher's blindstamp. 510 x 715mm (21 x 28"). Some slight soiling. Bit messy off image.
A pack of foxhounds leading a hunt. The hills in the background are reminiscent of the Surrey Hills from near Petworth Park, Sussex.
[Ref: 47938]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Going out in the Morning. Le sortie des Chasseurs au Matin.
Going out in the Morning. Le sortie des Chasseurs au Matin.
J. Seymour inv.t. T. Burford del. et fec.t.
Published according to Act of Parliament [n.d., c.1760].
Mezzotint with etching. Sheet 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Trimmed to image on three sides, within plate at bottom, a little wear to edges. Damaged.
A fox hunting scene originally published by Thomas Burford in 1753, by here with date erased, and more riders and hounds added. one of six that Laurie & Whittle issued as a set in 1794.
See BM 2010,7081.2857 for earlier state, listing this state as iii of v according the the Lennox Boyd database of mezzotints.
[Ref: 55306]   £220.00   (£264.00 incl.VAT)
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Daniel Haigh Esq.re.
Daniel Haigh Esq.re.
Painted by A.Cooper Esq.re R.A. Engraved by W.Giller.
[n.d., c1845.]
Colour-printed mezzotint, framed, 470 x 600mm, 18½ x 23½". Unexamined out of frame.
Daniel Haigh, master of the Surrey Hunt, mounted on a brown hunter, with the hunt in left distance.
Siltzer, p.96, undated, 'No publication line'.
[Ref: 21584]   £320.00  
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To his esteemed Friend Joseph Tarver, of Briddlesford in the Isle of Wight, Esq.re This Print of 'The Death of the Hare' is affectionately dedicated by Thomas Sharpe of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.
To his esteemed Friend Joseph Tarver, of Briddlesford in the Isle of Wight, Esq.re This Print of 'The Death of the Hare' is affectionately dedicated by Thomas Sharpe of Yarmouth, Isle of Wight.
Lithograph with large margins, very scarce; printed area 210 x 180mm (8¼ x 7"). Slight foxing.
Amateur lithograph. The British Museum cites information suggesting that the image derives from a picture by George Morland.
See BM 1907,0515.82. Ex: Collection of the Hon. Christopher Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 35609]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Hounds Throwing Off
Hounds Throwing Off
[Anon., c.1810]
Etching with hand-colouring, platemark 250 x 350mm (9¾ x 13½"), with very large margins
Unidentified print depicting riders thrown from their horses by hounds who have caused the horses to rear and fall. While the composition is quite different, the subject of the print is probably inspired by James Gillray's etching of the same name, which also shows three riders thrown from their horses. Gillray's print was part of a set of four hunting subjects.
For Gillray's set of hunting subjects see ref. 36667.
[Ref: 47123]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Presented to the Hon. Ralph P. Nevill by the Farmers of the West Kent Hunt after 30 years Mastership. Nov. 1898
Presented to the Hon. Ralph P. Nevill by the Farmers of the West Kent Hunt after 30 years Mastership. Nov. 1898
John Emms [pencil signature bottom left]
Fine coloured etching, scarce, printed area 510 x 660mm (20 x 26"). Outside of original frame 810 x 940mm (32 x 37"). Unexamined out of frame.
A very rare presentation print showing a huntsman and pack of hounds.
[Ref: 15493]   £450.00  
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[Setting out on the Hunt]
[Setting out on the Hunt] Depart pour la Chasse aux Chiens Couchans Gravé d'après le Tableau Original de P. Wouvermens [...]
P. Wouvrmens Pinxit. Moyreau Sculpsit
AParis chez Moyreau, Graveur du Roy, rue Gallande vis-à-vis St. Blaise 1737
Engraving, platemark 360 x 470mm (14 x 18½"). Small margins.
Setting out on the hunt with setters: engraving after the painting by Philips Wouwermans (1619-68), now in the Gemäldergalerie Alte Meister, Dresden. Wouvermans, a Dutch artist specialising in horses, was well represented in important collections in the early 18th century.
[Ref: 40591]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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[A hunter clearing a gate.]
[A hunter clearing a gate.]
I. Seymour inv. 247.
London, Printed for Rob.t Sayer, No 53, Fleet Street.
Mezzotint. 250 x 350mm. Some ink spotting and wear to edges.
With three fox hounds.
Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
[Ref: 5470]   £220.00  
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Lance du Cerf dans le Bois. [&] Sortie de l'Eau du Cerf. [&] Hallali du Cerf. [&] Le Repas des Chasseurs. [Titles in ink.]
Lance du Cerf dans le Bois. [&] Sortie de l'Eau du Cerf. [&] Hallali du Cerf. [&] Le Repas des Chasseurs. [Titles in ink.]
V. Adam del.t. [in ink.]
[n.d., c.1845.]
Set of four lithographs, bound. Sheet: 275 x 370mm (10¾ x 14½''). Laid on bound album sheets.
A set of four, French hunting scenes showing different parts of a fox hunt.
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Going Along, Steple Chace;  Taking a Swissher at a Rasper; In and Out Clever; Charging a Fence; A Check. The View Halloo; Coming In at the Death.
Going Along, Steple Chace; Taking a Swissher at a Rasper; In and Out Clever; Charging a Fence; A Check. The View Halloo; Coming In at the Death.
[Sir Robert Frankland Pinx.]
Published April 1815 by T. Palser, Surry side Westminster Bridge Road, London.
Set of six coloured aquatints. Each c.170 x 260mm.
Set of six aquatints, engraver not known.
Lane.VolI.Page84.
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[Hunting.]
[Hunting.] "Throw the broad ditch behind you, o'er the hedge."/ "High bound restless."; "And o'er the lawn"/ "In fancy swallowing up the space between"/ "Pour all your speed into the rapid game"; "For happy he who tops the wheeling chace"/ "Who saw the villain seiz'd, and dying hard"/ "Without complaint, though by an hundred mouths"/ "Relentless torn"_____; "Give ye Britons then"/ "Your sportive fury pitiless to pour"/ "Loose on the nightly robber of the fold:" Thomson
S Howitt
[S.W. Fores, Pub.d 1 Nov. 1784.]
Four coloured aquatints from a set of six (plates 1, 3, 4 and 6), each 245 x 310mm. 9½ x 12¼". Scarce. All four trimmed very close around image; hole in top right of "Throw the broad ditch"; nick along bottom of "Give ye Britons then"
Four prints depicting episodes from a hunting excursion.
Siltzer p.163
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Hunting Plate I. Brushing into Cover.
Hunting Plate I. Brushing into Cover. To Osgood Hanbury, Esq. of Coggeshall, In Essex; This Print is dedicated, by his most humble and obedient Servant John Harris. [&] Plate II. The Chase. To John Free Esq.r of Woodford Essex; [...]. [&] Plate III. At Fault. To Milton Bowman, Esq.r of Clapton this print from the Picture in his Possession, is most respectfully Inscribed, by his much obliged and obedient Servant [...]. [&] Plate IV. The Death. To Charles Boldero Esq.r of Aspeden Hall, Herts, This Print is dedicated [...].
Painted by J.N. Sartorius. The Landscape by J. Peltro. The Figures Engraved by J. Neagle.
London: Pub. [Plate II & IV dated 'Oct.r 1 1795'] by J. Deeley, N.95 Berwick Street. [but c.1810.]
Set of four engravings. 480 x 620mm (19 x 24½"). All plates trimmed to plate. Plate I: repairs with loss of text in verse, nicks in edges. Plate II: repairs in inscription area. Plate III: a few small repairs in inscription area. Plate IV with paper weakness on right, engraver's inscription slightly rubbed.
Four classic English hunting scenes after John Nost Sartorius (1759-c.1828), an artist known for his horse portraits, engraved by Peltro William Tomkins (1759-1840) and James Neagle (1760?-1822). Each plate has lines of verse from 'The Chace' by William Somerville (1675-1742), a poet and keen sportsman. Thomas Bewick illustrated an edition of the poem in 1796. The set was first published in 1790 by John Harris and reissued by him in 1795, making the dates on plates II & IV unlikely. The BM dates Deeley's address in Berwick Street to 1809-1815.
Siltzer p.243, this edition not listed; See BM 1873,0712.547 - 1873,0712.550, again this edition not listed.
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The Going out in the Morning.
The Going out in the Morning. Soon as the Light Embroiders all the East / And on the Hills the day sits gayly drest / The Huntsman winds his horn & far & near / The Sportsmen mount & for the chace prepare...
[after John Wootton.]
London. Printed by John Bowles at Mercer's hall in Cheapside. [n.d., c.1716
Engraving, very scarce. 395 x 500mm (11½ x 19¾"). Trimmed close to plate. A fine impression.
A reversed version of the first in a set of four hunting scenes engraved by Benjamin Baron, published 1726.
[Ref: 31767]   £650.00  
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[From Covert to Covert.]
[From Covert to Covert.]
E.A.S. Douglas [signed in pencil.]
E.A.S. Douglas 1908. Published May 2.nd 1909 by Mess.rs Fores, 41, Piccadilly, London, W.
Lithograph, india proof, signed in pencil by artist. Plate 699 x 381mm. 27½ x 15".
Huntsmen on horseback following through the leaders and pack of hounds running through a gap in the hedge. Edward Algernon Stuart Douglas (1850-c.1920) was a sporting painter of the 19th and 20th century.
[Ref: 24026]   £260.00  
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Hunting Incidents.
Hunting Incidents.
Painted By W.J. Shayer. Engraved By E.G. Hester.
London: Published Feby. 1st. 1876, By Arthur Ackermann 191, Regent Street.
Coloured aquatint. 650 x 465mm.
4 attractive views of a hunt set around a central image of the hounds baying where the fox has gone to earth, framed by vines entwined around branches.
[Ref: 5503]   £300.00  
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[Hunting Scene.]
[Hunting Scene.]
[n.d. c.1900.]
Pen and ink. 318 x 387mm. 12½ x 15¼".
The beginning of a fox hunt. Astride his steed the first rider leads the pack of excited beagles, blowing his bugle. Other riders following behind.
[Ref: 17530]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Set of Six Fox Hunting Plates.]
[Set of Six Fox Hunting Plates.] [Going to Cover & At Fault & Breaking Cover & Stopping Hounds that have Changed & Running in View & The Death.]
[Samuel Howitt.]
Pub.d Nov.r 1.st 1794 by S.W.Fores No.3 Piccadilly.
Set of six aquatints. Sheet: 335 x 270 (13¼ x 10½"). Paper tone.
A set of six plates illustrating various stages of a fox hunt. Some with S.W.F stamp.
Siltzer p.163.
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[Huntsman's Fate.] Der wilde Jager.
[Huntsman's Fate.] Der wilde Jager.
Eugen. Neureuther inv.t. 1838.
Hand-coloured etching. Sheet: 380 x 260mm (15 x 10¼"). Trimmed, paper tone and creasing.
A series of scenes illustrating the decent into Hell of a cruel hunter, by German artist Eugen Napoleon Neureuther (1806-1882).
[Ref: 43662]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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The Kennel.
The Kennel. "of the right Honourable Adolphus v.d. Luhe Great Master of the huntsmen in the Service of the Duke of Mecklenburg Suerin." [Letterpress added below title at a later date.]
Design'd by G.Morland. Engrav'd by S.W.Reynolds.
London. Published April 20th 1796 by S.W.Reynolds, No.6. Rolls Buildings, Fetter Lane.
Mezzotint, printed in colours. Fine colour printing. Signed in the plate "G. Morland Del." 325 x 375mm. Very fine, unexamined out of frame.
Samuel William Reynolds [1774 - 1835] Produced his first mezzotints in 1794 as a pupil of C. H. Hodges and also John Raphael Smith where he more than likely met George Morland and had the opportunity to engrave the 'Kennel' in 1796. Being among the earliest works by this engraver it is regarded as one of his finest plates.
Whitman:401a. This impression has added letterpress suggesting the dogs belong to the Friedrich Franz Duke of Mecklenburg-Schwerin. Ex: Collection of The Hon. C. Lennox-Boyd.
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Leicestershire.  The Meeting. [&] Getting Away. [&] Full Cry. [&] The Death.
Leicestershire. The Meeting. [&] Getting Away. [&] Full Cry. [&] The Death.
Henry Alken del.t. T. Fielding sculp.t.
London. Published Jan.y 7th 1827, by J. Watson, 7, Vere Street.
Set of four aquatints in fine colour. Each 390 x 555mm (15¾" x 21¾"), on Whatman Turkey Mill paper with wide margins. Minor abrasions on 'Meeting'.
A fine classic set of English fox hunting prints.
Siltzer: p.61.
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Le Maraudeur
Le Maraudeur Quand je livre combat au fond d'un poulailler,/ C'est alors que je fais briller / Mon courage et mon industrie [...]
Bonnart Pinx Dupin Sculpt
AParis chés Dupin rue S. Jacques au coin de la rue des Mathurins a la Ville d'Anvers
Engraving, platemark 300 x 205mm (11¾ x 8") large margins.
'The marauder': a hunter, carrying his gun and dead game, leads by the hand a young girl who holds a cat and flag.
[Ref: 40292]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Le Grand Marche Aux Chevaux. Grave d'Apres le Tableau Original de P Wouvermens, de deux pieds neuf pouces de large sur deux pieds de haut.
Le Grand Marche Aux Chevaux. Grave d'Apres le Tableau Original de P Wouvermens, de deux pieds neuf pouces de large sur deux pieds de haut. Qui est au Cabinet de Madame La Comtesse De Verrue 1735. Et presentemt. du Cabinet de son Altesse Serenissime Monseigneur Le Comte. De Clermont 1737. Avec Privilege du Roy.
P. Wouvermens pinx. J. Moyreau Sculp.
a Paris chez Moyreau rue Galande vis a vis St. Blaise.
Engraving. 650 x 445mm. Trace of vertical fold through centre of image.
'18' inscribed lower right of plate.
De Saumarez collection.
[Ref: 6714]   £550.00  
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The Maynell Hunt.
The Maynell Hunt. Away from Ash Gorse, Sutton.
[Cecil Aldin within print].
Copyright- Published by Richard Wyman & Co., Ltd. 16, Bedford Street, Strand, London, W.C.
Chromolithograph. Plate: 330 x 190mm, (13 x 7½").
Members of the Maynell hunt and ride across a stream alongside a pack of hounds.
[Ref: 34499]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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The Melton Breakfast.
The Melton Breakfast. To Rowland Errington Esq.re Master of the Quorn Hounds, this Engraving from the Original Picture in his possession, Is with permission most respectfully dedicated by his much obliged and Obedient Servants, Hodgson & Graves.
Painted by F.Grant. Engraved by Cha.s G. Lewis.
London Published [***] 1839 by Hodgson & Graves, Her Majesty's Printsellers, 6 Pall Mall.
Mezzotint. 560 x 790mm, 22 x 31". Some staining, left margin chipped.
The famous painting of the Quorn Hunt of Melton Mowbray preparing for the day. Portraits of (left to right) Massey Stanley, the Earl of Wilton, the Count Matuchevitch, Lord Gardner, W.L.Gardner, W.L. Gilmour, T. Stevens, Sir Frederick Johnstone, Lord Rokeby, Lord Forester, Lord Kinnaird, Rowland Errington, Mr. Errington's servant. Sir Francis Grant was educated at Harrow, and intended to make his career in the legal profession; however his love of art and fox-hunting turned him aside to become a painter. His equestrian portraits and portraits of aristocrats led to royal patronage, including that of Queen Victoria. He became president of the R.A.
see E.F. Wilder, 'English Sporting Prints', pp.142-3.
[Ref: 10019]   £360.00  
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Otter Hunting [On the Scent].
Otter Hunting [On the Scent].
[Painted by] J. S. Noble, [Etched by] E. G. Hester.
[Published by J.H.Lefevre Nov. 10, 1886]. Remarque Proof.
Etching 495 x 360mm Abrasions to the outer margins of the india. Image not affected
[Ref: 4413]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Otter Hunting [On the Scent].
Otter Hunting [On the Scent].
[Painted by] J. S. Noble, [Etched by] E. G. Hester.
[Published by J.H.Lefevre Nov. 10, 1886].
Etching. 495 x 360mm. No margins outside plate mark.
[Ref: 4414]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Otter Hunting - Hard Pressed.]
[Otter Hunting - Hard Pressed.]
George Earl 1900.
Paris: Manzi, Joyand, 1900.
Proof photogravure (ltd to 150), signed. 425 x 550mm.
[Ref: 2264]   £580.00  
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Philip Payne
Philip Payne Huntsman to his Grace the Duke of Beaufort on his favorite Horse (Cherrington) with hounds This Print is dedicated by permission to His Grace by his most Obdt. Humble Servant ['Thos R Davis' signature facsimile.]
Painted by T.R. Davis Esqr. Student of the Royal Acdemy, London. Engraved by C. Turner Mezzotinto Engraver in Ordinary to His Majesty.
Published Decr. 8th, 1826 by Mr Ackerman, Strand, London, Mr Thompson & Mr Parker, Oxford - & Duffield & Weller at Cheltenham, & Bath.
Mezzotint, 550 x 710mm. 21½ x 28". Tatty extremities, with tear into plate (well outside image) lower right corner. Scarce.
Philip Payne, huntsman to the Duke of Beaufort in 1826, seated on horseback in parkland surrounded by a pack of hounds.
Whitman: 417.
[Ref: 8850]   £520.00  
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The Pleasures & Advantages of a capital run (meltonicè) a Tickler.
The Pleasures & Advantages of a capital run (meltonicè) a Tickler.
R.F. invt: et fecit.
[London, Pubd. June 5. 1815, by C. Turner, 50, Warren St. Fitzroy Square.]
Etching. Plate 215 x 305mm. 8½ x 12".
Hunting scene, with hunting group trying to pass fence in the centre, from the left to the right, one rider already passed the fence and following the dogs, another pulling the rein of his horse over the fence, another checking his fallen horse in the left middle distance, plain in the background
Siltzer: p.122.
[Ref: 23332]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Portfolio of Sporting Prints.
Portfolio of Sporting Prints.
[After Thorburn, Caldwell, Millais, Keulemans, Napier, Hemy, Fahey, etc.]
Swan Electric Engraving Co. [n.d. c.1910.]
Very scarce collection of 26 plates; unbound portfolio of photogravure plates. In original cloth, gilt titled pouch. Sheet 185 x 285mm. 7¼ x 11¼". Some stained.
A collection of sporting prints with images of leopards, zebra, rhino, grouse hawking, Stag hunting, Snipe, fox hunting, canoeing, and many more.
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