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[The Honourable Miss Cholmondeley.]
[The Honourable Miss Cholmondeley.]
Reynolds pinx.t. Marchi fecit.
Sold by Ryland, Bryer & Co. in Cornhill] [n.d., c.1763].
Mezzotint. 510 x 355mm (20 x 14"). Thread margins. Small repaired tear in bottom left margin. Very small hole nearby in publication line on left.
Lady Hester Frances Cholmondeley (1763 - 1844) as a child, wading across a stream in bare feet, carrying a shaggy white dog. The daughter of Robert Cholmondeley and granddaughter of George, 3rd Earl of Cholmondeley, she married Sir William Bellingham in 1783.
Chaloner Smith, between states i of ii. Hamilton ii of iii.
[Ref: 62771]   £380.00  
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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' Association blindstamps. 395 x 650mm (15½ x 25½"), very large margins. Mint.
A deerhound and a terrier waiting, exhibited Royal Academy in 1923.
Provenance: From the Descendants of Herbert Dicksee.
[Ref: 63082]   £1,500.00  
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Modish.
Modish. A remarkable fine Fox Hound bred by Colonel Thornton, Modish was the Daughter of Merlin & Rival both which lineally discended from the celebrated Ackham's Old Conqueror.
S. Gilpin Pinx.t. Engraved by R. Pollard, Aqua.t by F. Jukes.
Published Feb.y 11, 1788 by S. Gilpin, Knightsbridge & R. Pollard, No 15. Braynes Row, Spa Fields, London.
Rare coloured aquatint with engraving, fine colour. Framed, sight size 440 x 550mm (17¼ x 21¾"). Unexamined out of frame.
A fox hound bitch with litter. The dog's owner, Colonel Thomas Thornton (1757 - 1823), was a Yorkshire sportsman who wrote 'A sporting tour through the northern parts of England', 1804; and 'A sporting tour through various parts of France in the year 1802', 1806.
[Ref: 63269]   £520.00  
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[Pug] Mischief.
[Pug] Mischief.
F. Sandys, pinxt. L. Flameng sculpt.
London. Published 20th June, 1876 by Messrs Ellis & White, 29, New Bond Street.
Etching on chine collé. 255 x 310mm (10 x 12¼"), with very large margins. Printseller's Association blind stamp in inscription area.
A pug rampaging through a knitting basket, with Chinese pot and furniture in background. Painted by Anthony Frederick Augustus Sandys (1829-1904), a painter and wood engraver best known for his Pre-Raphaelite portrait of women. The pug ‘Mischief’ belonged to Murray Marks, an antique dealer in the Pre-Raphaelites’ circle.
[Ref: 63321]   £320.00  
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[Retriever and Mallard. ''Hard Hit''.]
[Retriever and Mallard. ''Hard Hit''.] Copyright.
[Painted by George Earl. Engraved by Charles Tomkins.]
London Published Oct. 30th 1869, J. M,,cQueen 31 Great Marlborough Street, Regent Street, & 22 Rue De Dunkerque, Paris.
Mezzotint, proof before title and inscriptions publication line above image, printed on india, Printsellers' Association blindstamp, artist proof limited edition 100. 595 x 695mm (23½ x 27¼"). Trimmed to plate at top, tears on backing sheet.
A black retriever flushes a mallard out from rushes.
Printsellers' Association, dated 1871; See BM 2010,7081.6614 for lettered state.
[Ref: 62657]   £380.00  
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