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[Repton's design for a dining room for the Royal Pavilion.]
[Repton's design for a dining room for the Royal Pavilion.]
H. Repton Esq.r del. J.C. Stader sculp.
[n.d., c.1825.]
Aquatint, printed in sepia. 185 x 260mm (7¼ x 10¼"), set in letterpress, watermarked 'Turkey Mill 1824'?, very large margins. Scuff mark on right of plate.
Humphry Repton's design for a dining room at the Royal Pavilion, Brighton which, despite having the same Mughal influences, was never implemented. Despite being primarily a landscape designer, Repton (1752-1818) was hired to remodel the Pavilion by the Prince Regent in 1805. The Prince's money problems caused the project to be shelved, but John Nash made use of Repton's proposals when he finally redeveloped the building from 1814.
[Ref: 60097]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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Plan of the Park, Gardens and Plantations of Goodwood in Sussex the Seat of his Grace the Duke of Richmond and Lenox &c.
Plan of the Park, Gardens and Plantations of Goodwood in Sussex the Seat of his Grace the Duke of Richmond and Lenox &c.
Ca: Campbell delin: H: Hulsbergh Sculp:
[n.d. c.1731.]
Copper Engraving, 18th century watermark. Plate 375 x 495mm (14¾ x 19½"). Vertical fold through centre as usual. Two small splits in centrefold top and bottom. Some creasing to outer margins.
Garden plan from Henry Hulsbergh's "Vitruvius Britannicus" series by C. Campbell. Goodwood House, West Sussex. The 1st Duke of Richmond, a natural son of Charles II, first rented and then, in 1697, bought the house and park so that he could hunt in the neighbouring village of Charlton, where one of the earliest and most fashionable hunts in the country was based. The 2nd Duke enlarged and modified the existing house using the architect Roger Morris, who was also responsible for the charming banqueting house, Carné's Seat, situated in a commanding position on the hill overlooking Goodwood and its park. The 2nd Duke was very interested in trees, planting up not only High Wood, but also other areas around the house. Some of these trees still survive, including the cork oak trees and cedars of Lebanon.
[Ref: 60053]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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Vol .I.p.163. West Lullworth Cove belonging to T. Weld Esqr. N.B. This Cove is 1380 feet in diameter, and 21 feet in depth at low water.
Vol .I.p.163. West Lullworth Cove belonging to T. Weld Esqr. N.B. This Cove is 1380 feet in diameter, and 21 feet in depth at low water. [&] Vol.I.p.130. S. East View of Bindon Abbey belonging to T. Weld Esq.r.
Engrav'd by James Basire. 1773.
Engraving, plate 370 x 235mm (14½ x 9¼"), with large margins. On 18th century watermarked paper. Some cockling.
Two views in Dorset.
See also 15747.
[Ref: 60050]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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Swanwich Bay, from the North Side. Durlstone Bay.
Swanwich Bay, from the North Side. Durlstone Bay. Plate 29.
Drawn by Tho.s Webster. Engraved by George Cooke.
London; Published by Payne & Foss, Pall Mall, 1816.
Rare hand-coloured engraving, J. Whatman watermark 1815. 315 x 475mm (12½ x 18¾"). Folding crease in the middle, some foxing and blue stains. Small margins.
Two panoramic views of Swanage Bay and Durlston Bay, south of Swanage, Dorset. Plate 29 of 'A Description of the principal Picturesque Beauties, Antiquities and Geological Phenomena of the Isle of Wight' by Sir Henry C. Englefield (1816).
[Ref: 59814]   £190.00   (£228.00 incl.VAT)
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[Seven untitled views of Tilgate Estate.]
[Seven untitled views of Tilgate Estate.]
[n.d., c1830.]
Seven scarce matching lithographs, most titled in pencil. Various sizes, largest 190 x 230mm.
The woods, ponds and farms of Tilgate Estate, now home to Tilgate Recreational Park.
[Ref: 59925]   £250.00   (£300.00 incl.VAT) view all images for this item
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Ancient Kitchen. Windsor Castle.
Ancient Kitchen. Windsor Castle.
J. Stephanoff del.t. W.J. Bennett sculp.t.
Pub. Feb.y 1. 1818 by W.H. Pyne, 9 Nasau Street Soho.
Coloured aquatint. 255 x 315mm (10 x 12¼").
The interior of the kitchen at Windsor Castle, with the cooks and other servants hard at work. Excellent kitchen image. After James Stephanoff, illustration to William Henry Pyne's 'The History of the Royal Residences', published in three volumes.
See Ref: 60095
[Ref: 60096]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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