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Images of Angling. An Illustrated Review of Three Centuries of British Angling Prints.
Images of Angling. An Illustrated Review of Three Centuries of British Angling Prints.
By David Beazley.
Haslemere: Creel Press, 2010.
4to, blue cloth with illus. d/w; pp. viii + 256, 230 illustrations.
The rod and reel in print.
[Ref: 59956]   £50.00  
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Angling in British Art through five centuries: prints, pictures, books.
Angling in British Art through five centuries: prints, pictures, books.
by Walter Shaw Sparrow with a forward by H.T. Sheringham and two hundred illustrations, including thirty-nine in colour.
London: John Lane the Bodley Head Limited. First published in 1923.
Book: 4to (283 x 222mm). pp. v-xxii + 288. Illustrated with 39 colour and 65 b/w images. Title stamped on spine and cover in gilt. Binding worn, dirty along spine and tearing away.
An illustrated anthology of british angling art divided by genre and artisitc periods.
[Ref: 10107]   £130.00  
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Pageantry of Sport from the Age of Chivalry to the Age of Victoria
Pageantry of Sport from the Age of Chivalry to the Age of Victoria With selections from the writings of William Hazlitt, Pierce Egan, Nimrod, Izaak Walton, Mark Twain, Henry Fielding, Charles Dickens and many others. Illustrated with 16 colour plates and 144 contemporary drawings, engravings and paintings.
by John Arlott and Arthur Daley.
Paul Elek Productions London 1968.
Book: oblong 4to (267 x 388mm). pp. 128. 144 b/w images. 16 full page colour images. Cloth binding with gilt title stamped along spine and gilt emblem on front cover. Complete with colour illustrated dustjacket. Dust jacket dirty and worn. Too large to scan for picture.
A comprehensive reference acknowleding the contribution of sports and games that England has brought to modern culture.
[Ref: 10465]   £45.00  
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British Sporting Artists from Barlow to Herring.
British Sporting Artists from Barlow to Herring.
by Walter Shaw Sparrow.
This Edition Published 1965 by Spring Book, Drury House, Russell Street, London, W.C.2. Printed in Great Britain by Richard Clay (The Chaucer Press) Ltd., Bungay, Suffolk.
Book: 4to (247 x 182mm).pp. v-xii + 249. Profusely illustrated with colour and b/w images. Cloth bound with title stamped along spine in gilt. Colour illustrated dusct jacket. Slight tear and scuffing to dust jacket.
An illustrated catologue of sporting prints by British artists.
[Ref: 10082]   £45.00  
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The Story of British Sporting Prints.
The Story of British Sporting Prints.
Captain Frank Siltzer.
London: Hutchinson & Co. Paternoster Row [n.d. c.1925.]
8vo, orginal cloth gilt; pp. xii + 409, with 4 coloured and 16 b/w illustration.
An account of the history of British sporting prints.
[Ref: 59921]   £65.00  
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The Story of British Sporting Prints.
The Story of British Sporting Prints. New Edition, Revised and Enlarged.
Captain Frank Siltzer.
London: Halton & Truscott Smith, Ltd. 1929.
4to, orginal cloth gilt, top edge gilt; pp. 413, with 8 coloured plates.
An account of the history of British sporting prints.
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The Cricketers of Vanity Fair.
The Cricketers of Vanity Fair.
Russell March. Introduction by John Arlott.
Published in Great Britain 1982 by Webb & Bower (Publishers) Limited. 9 Colleton Crescent, Exeter, Devon EX2 4BY.
Book: 4to (306 x 213mm). pp. 112. Cloth bound with title in gilt on spine. With colour illustrated dust jacket. Dust jacket a little creased around the edges and slightly dirty.
An illustrated narrative of Vanity Fair Cricketers divided by nations.
[Ref: 10113]   £45.00  
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English Sporting Prints with 95 Colour Plates.
English Sporting Prints with 95 Colour Plates.
F.L. Wilder.
Thames and Hudson Ltd. London 1974.
Book: 4to (330 x 235mm). pp. 224. Profusely illustrated with colour images. Cloth binding with beautiful guilt stamp of two dolphins on front cover. Dust jacket is a frayed around the edges.
A collection of 95 coloured plates of various English sports with narrative and description.
[Ref: 10095]   £65.00  
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Old Sporting Prints.
Old Sporting Prints.
Ralph Nevill.
This edition published 1970 by The Hamlyn Publishing Group Limited. London. New York. Sydney. Toronto. Hamlyn House, Feltham, Middlesex, England. Spring Books.
Book: 4to (278 x 209mm). Cloth binding with gilt title stamped along spine. An illustrated catalogue in 92 pages; with dust jacket. Dust jacket worn and torn. Binding a little faded.
A comprehensive guide to sporting prints.
[Ref: 10364]   £30.00  
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Sport and the Horse. The Virgina Museum of Fine Arts.
Sport and the Horse. The Virgina Museum of Fine Arts.
Introduction by Basil Taylor.
Catalogue of the Exhibition of Paintings Assembled at the Museum in Richmond From April 1 through May 15, 1960.
Book: oblong 4to (237 x 271mm). pp. 88. Cloth binding with gilt title on cover and spine. Tatty and torn dust jacket.
An illustrated and concise catalogue of the exhibition held at the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts.
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 60-10152.
[Ref: 10084]   £45.00  
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Sporting Aquatints and Their Engravers. Vol. 1. [&] Vol. 2.
Sporting Aquatints and Their Engravers. Vol. 1. [&] Vol. 2.
by Charles Lane.
F. Lewis, Publishers, Limited. Publishers by Appointment to the Late Queen Mary. The Tithe House, Leigh-on-Sea, England. First Published 1979.
Two vols: 4to (280 x 220). Limited to Five Hundred Copies only. Vol 1 pp. 118. Vol 2 pp. 93. Both profusely illustrated with b/w images. Slight tear and scuffing to dust jackets.
A catalogue of sporting and hunting aquatints including illustrations.
[Ref: 10081]   £160.00  
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Sporting Art England 1700-1900.
Sporting Art England 1700-1900. Stella A Walker.
Clarkson N. Potter, Inc./Publisher New York Distributed by Crown Publishers, Inc. Published 1972.
4to (300 x 230). pp. 200. 100 b/w and 23 colour illustrations. Cloth bound with gilt title on spine. With colour illustrated dust jacket. Tears and rips to the dust jacket.
A comprehensive reference book on British sporting art compiled with illustrations and subdivided into genres.
Library of Congress Catalog Card Number: 70-187507.
[Ref: 10088]   £45.00  
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Old English Sporting Books
Old English Sporting Books
Ralph Nevill. Edited by Geoffrey Holme.
Published by The Studio Limited, London MCMXXIV [1924].
Book: 4to (314 x 252mm). pp. v-xi + 24 with 107 colour and b/w images. Cloth binding with gilt title on cover and spine. Top gilt edge. This Edition is limited to one thousand five hundred copies of which this is number 144. Limited edition. Worn cover with a few markings and stains.
Catalogue of illustrated sporting prints.
[Ref: 10089]   £65.00  
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The Engraved Work of George Stubbs 1724-1806.
The Engraved Work of George Stubbs 1724-1806. An Exhibition curated by The British Sporting Art Trust at Bonhams...
[Compiled by Nicholas Price et al.]
[Newmarket.] The British Sporting Art Trust, 2005.
4to, illustrated wrappers; pp. 82, illustrated in colour & b/w.
An exhibition of over 90 engravings by Stubbs.
[Ref: 45206]   £50.00  
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The Art of George Stubbs.
The Art of George Stubbs.
Venetia Morrison.
Published in Great Britain in 1989 by Headline Book Publishing PLC.
Book: D/W. Quarto. pp. 191. Colour illustrated wrappers. Heavilly illustrated in both monochrome and colour throughout.
This book presents Stubbs' celebrated horse images and explores his fascination with anatomy and dissection, as well as his erratic relationship with the establishment.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28114]   £60.00  
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George Stubbs.
George Stubbs. Atonomist and Animal Painter.
Judy Egerton.
Published by the Tate Gallery Publications Department, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG. 1976.
Book: Quarto. pp. 64. Illustrated wrappers. Containing monochrome illustrations. Damaged.
An exhibition catalogue published by the order of the Trustees to accompany the exhibition of 25th August - 3rd October 1976, 'George Stubbs; anatomist and animal painter', at the Tate Gallery.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 59751]   £30.00  
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George Stubbs. The Complete Engraved Works.
George Stubbs. The Complete Engraved Works.
Christopher Lennox-Boyd. Rob Dixon. Tim Clayton.
Stipple Publishing Limited 1989.
Book: 4to (321 x 237mm). Title stamped on spine in gilt. pp. xvii + 411. Profusely illustrated, some in colour. Dust jacket a little creased along edges, but otherwise in very fine condition.
A very comprehensive, concise and coherent illustrated complete one volume narrative of the life and the entire engraved works of George Stubbs.
[Ref: 10097]   £160.00  
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Mr Stubbs the Horse Painter.
Mr Stubbs the Horse Painter.
Constance-Anne Parker.
Published in 1971 by J. Allen & Co. Ltd. 1 Lower Grosvenor Place, London SW1.
4to, original cloth gilt; pp. 203, profusely illustrated. Slightly damaged binding.
A comprehensive study of the life and work of the English artist, George Stubbs. Including chapters entitled; Liverpool, Early Life. York and the Midwifery Book. Rome. The Anatomy of the Horse. London - Goodwood - Eaton Hall. The Society of Artists. The Somerset Street House. The Mares and Foals Series. The Lion and Horse Series. Wild Animals. Enamel Painting. The Royal Academy. The Turf Gallery. Exhibitions and Technique. History and Conversation Pieces. The Comparative Anatomy.
[Ref: 59934]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs: A Celebration.
George Stubbs: A Celebration.
First published 2006 by order of the Tate Trustees by Tate Publishing, a division of Tate Enterprises Ltd, Millbank, London SW14 4RG.
Book: Quarto. pp. 15. Colour illustrated wrappers. Illustrated in colour throughout.
An exhibition catalogue published on the occasion of the exhibition, George Stubbs: A Celebration, at the Walker Art Galler, Liverpool: 7 April - 30 July 2006, Tate Britain, London: 21 August 2006 - 1st January 2007, The Frick Collection, New York: 21 February - 27 May 2007.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28986]   £20.00  
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Stubbs & the Horse.
Stubbs & the Horse.
Malcolm Warner.
Published by Yale University Press, New Haven. 2005.
Book: D/W. Quarto. pp.227. Colour illustrated wrappers. Extensively illustrated throughout with 110 colour images and 131 black and white.
The catalogue of an exhibition at the Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Nov. 14, 2004-Feb. 6, 2005; the Walters Art Museum, Baltimore, Mar. 13-May 29, 2005; and the National Gallery, London, June 29-Sept. 25, 2005. This book presents a wide range of Stubbs' imagery, from refined portraits of racehorses to violent scenes of horses attacked by lions in the wild. With an essay by Lance Mayer and Gay Myers.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28126]   £60.00  
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Stubbs in the 1760s.
Stubbs in the 1760s. November 3rd - December 5th. A Loan Exhibition of Paintings in aid of the Westminster Division of the British red Cross Society to celebrate their centenary in 1970.
Published by Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd., 43 old Bond Street, W. 1.
Book: Oblong quarto. pp. 41. Colour illustrated wrappers. Including 17 monochrome illustrations.
A catalogue for the exhibition, 'Stubbs in the 1760s', including an introductory essay by Basil Taylor and 17 monochrome illustrations.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28124]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs.
George Stubbs. Rediscovered Anotomical Drawings from the free Public Library Worcester, Massachusetts.
Published by The Arts Council of Great Britain, 1958.
Book: Octavo. pp. 32. Illustrated wrappers. Containing four monochrome illustrations.
Includes an essay by Basil Taylor, a 63 item catalogue and four black and white illustrations.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28123]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs. 1724 - 1806.
George Stubbs. 1724 - 1806. Whitechapel Art Gallery. February - April, 1957.
Printed in England by the Chaseton Press of H. Williams and Son Ltd.
Book: Quarto. pp. 28. Illustrated wrappers. Containing 22 monochrome illustrations.
Catalogue of an exhibition of paintings, drawings and engravings held at the Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, from 27th February - 7th April, 1957.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28119]   £40.00  
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George Stubbs.
George Stubbs. Anatomist and Animal Painter.
Judy Egerton.
Published by the Tate Gallery Publications Department, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG. 1976.
Book: Quarto. pp. 64. Illustrated wrappers. Containing monochrome illustrations; four exhibition photographs. Damaged. Lightly annotated.
An exhibition catalogue published by the order of the Trustees to accompany the exhibition of 25th August - 3rd October 1976, 'George Stubbs; anatomist and animal painter', at the Tate Gallery.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28990]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs.
George Stubbs. 1724 - 1806. Science into Art.
Herbert W. Rott.
Published by Prestel Publishing Ltd. 4 Bloomsbury Place, London, WC1A 2QA.
Book: D/W. Quarto. pp. 240. Illustrated colour wrappers. Profusely illustrated in both colour and monochrome throughout.
Although George Stubbs is best known for his images of hounds and horses charging round the British countryside, the painter was also an avid student of the broader animal world. This volume features gorgeous colour reproductions of paintings that highlight the painter's genius for combining realism and lyricism. It includes numerous drawings and prints - among them the exceptional studies for his 'The Anatomy of the Horse' series. Informative essays discuss Stubbs' superb aesthetic sensibility, his far-reaching scientific studies, and his place in the pantheon of eighteenth-century European painters.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28113]   £120.00  
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The Prints of George Stubbs.
The Prints of George Stubbs.
Basil Taylor.
Published in Great Britain by The Paul Melon Foundation for British Arts. 38, Bury Street, London, SW1.
Book. Oblong quarto. pp. 60. Illustrated wrappers. Extensively illustrated in monochrome throughout.
A book published by The Paul Mellon Foundation for British Art, including descriptions and analysis of the prints of George Stubbs.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28112]   £45.00  
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Stubbs.
Stubbs. Portraits in Detail.
Judy Edgerton.
Published by Tate Gallery Publications, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG.
Book: Oblong quarto. pp. 46. Illustrated colour wrappers. Heavily illustrated throughout with colour images.
Published by order of the Trustees for the exhibition, 18th October 1984 - 6th January 1985, Stubbs: Portraits in Detail. Selected and introduced by Judy Egerton.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28111]   £30.00  
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Stubbs & Wedgwood.
Stubbs & Wedgwood. Unique alliance between Artist and Potter.
Bruce Tattershall.
Published by the Tate Gallery Publications Department, Millbank, London, SW1P 4RG.
Book: Quarto. Illustrated coloured wrapper. pp. 119. Extensively illustrated in both monochrome and colour throughout.
Published by order of the Trustees for the exhibition of 19th June - 18th August 1974, Stubbs & Wedgwood.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28110]   £60.00  
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George Stubbs.
George Stubbs. Walker Art Gallery.
Published for the Libraries, Museums and Arts Committee of the Corporation of Liverpool. 1951.
Book: Octavo. pp.26. Illustrated wrapper. Containing 8 monochrome illustrations.
A catalogue for an exhibition held from 13th July to 25th August at the Walker Art Gallery, 1951.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28087]   £45.00  
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George Stubbs.
George Stubbs.
Martin Myrone.
First published by order of the tate Trustees by Tate Publishing, a division of Tate Enterprises Ltd. Millbank, London SW1P. 4RG.
Book: Octavo. Colour illustrated wrapper. Illustrated with 50 colour and 11 black and white images. pp.80.
In this highly original study, Martin Myrone presents a less familiar account of George Stubbs. From his earliest anatomical studies through to his depictions of exotic animals and experiments with the industrialist Josiah Wedgwood, Stubbs is shown to have been dynamically engaged with the science, technology and popular culture of his day.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28082]   £30.00   (£36.00 incl.VAT)
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George Stubbs and the Wedgwood Connection.
George Stubbs and the Wedgwood Connection.
Ruth Vincent-Kemp.
Printed and produced in Great Britain by Rushton and Turner., Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent, Staffordshire. First edition limited to 2000 copies.
Book: Octavo. pp.64. Colour illustrated wrapper. Illustrated throughout.
An account of the important episodes of both George Stubbs' and Josiah Wedgwoods' lives. The author Dr. Ruth Vincent-Kemp, also comments on other great figures of that period, mainly from the medical profession, such as Erasmus darwin and John Hunter.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28081]   £45.00  
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Stubbs' Dogs.
Stubbs' Dogs. The Hounds and Domestic Dogs of the Eighteenth Century as seen through the Paintings of George Stubbs.
Robert Fountain & Alfred Gates.
Published by Ackermann. 3 Old Bond Street, London, W1.
Book: Quarto. pp.117.Colour illustrated wrapper. Illustrated, containing in colour and in monochrome eighty-eight subjects.
In this fascinating work the authors have recorded the paintings by Stubbs that portray dogs either as individuals or as part of a larger composition. At the same time the history and development of the breeds is given , with details about the paintings themselves and about those for whom they were painted. The catalogue is of particular value in that it lists all known paintings by Stubbs that contain canine studies.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 28075]   £60.00  
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Stubbs.
Stubbs.
Basil Taylor.
Phaidon Press Limited. 5, Cromwell Place, London, SW7. Second edition 1975.
Book: Quarto. pp.220. Colour illustrated wrapper. 157 illustrations, including 16 in colour. Slightly messy wrapper.
A critical account of the work of George Stubbs by Basil Taylor. Taylor's text summerizes the main findings of a quarter of a century's study.
Ex Collection of Judy Egerton, author and former curator at the Tate Britain.
[Ref: 59750]   £60.00  
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