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A View of a Farm Yard, on the side of the Road, near Baldock, Hertford-shire.
A View of a Farm Yard, on the side of the Road, near Baldock, Hertford-shire.
Printed for & Sold by Bowles & Carver. No 69 St Paul's Church Yard, London.
Etching. Sheet 175 x 260mm (7 x 10¼"). Trimmed within plate, to image at sides, crease, repair in image.
A village with people holding conversations.
[Ref: 61245]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Ye Old Woolpack,]
[Ye Old Woolpack,] 2 proof slight burnishing on shade side.
[R.H. Eason.]
[n.d., c.1950.]
Etching. 130 x 185mm (5 x 7¼"), with very large margins. 'Banstead' added in different hand.
The Woolpack pub, 186 High Street, Banstead. A proof before extra etching on the pub sign and on the bracket holding the lantern.
[Ref: 61053]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Beesfield Kent.
Beesfield Kent. Proof.
[Robert Brandard]
[n.d. c.1842]
Etching on chine collé, plate 90 x 150mm (3½ x 6"), with margins. Lightly foxed. Small margins.
A country landscape in Farningham, Dartford, Kent. Robert Brandard (1805-62) was a landscape engraver, etcher, lithographer, miniature painter and watercolourist son of engraver and copperplate printer, Thomas Brandard (d. 1830).
[Ref: 61153]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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View on the River Camel, Cornwall.
View on the River Camel, Cornwall.
Drawn & Etched by Rowlandson.
[London: Thomas Tegg, n.d., 1822.]
Coloured etching. 185 x 235mm (7¼ x 9¼"), with very large margins.
A view of the River Camel on Bodmin Moor. From Rowlandson's 'Sketches from Nature': The plate was first published in 1812 by Rowlandson in a fortnightly series: it was not published in a book until 1822.
Abbey 33.
[Ref: 61107]   £130.00   (£156.00 incl.VAT)
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[Canterbury Cathedral] Cantuariensis Ecclesiæ Cath: facies aquilonalis.
[Canterbury Cathedral] Cantuariensis Ecclesiæ Cath: facies aquilonalis.
Tho. Johnson delin: Dan: King sculp.
[n.d., 1655.]
Etching on 17th century watermarked paper. 270 x 290mm (10½ x 11½"), with margins. Some creasing and spotting.
A view of Canterbury Cathedral from the north, with a dedication to Edward Darrel. An illustration from William Dugdale's 'Monasticon Anglicanum'. According to Pennington, Wenceslaus Hollar etched the cartouche with the St George's Cross in the bottom centre.
[Ref: 61223]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Canterbury Cathedral] Areæ Cantuariensis Ecclesiæ Ichnographia.
[Canterbury Cathedral] Areæ Cantuariensis Ecclesiæ Ichnographia.
Tho. Johnson delin: Wenceslaus Hollar fecit.
[n.d., 1655.]
Etching. 210 x 320mm (8¼ x 12½"). Central crease as normal, creasing on right edge.
A floorplan of Canterbury Cathedral with an extensive key and a dedication to Thomas Peyton, a Royalist who was imprisoned in the Tower of London at the time this plate was published. An illustration from William Dugdale's 'Monasticon Anglicanum'.
Pennington 962, first state of v.
[Ref: 61222]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Canterbury Cathedral] Ecclesiæ Cathedralis et Metropoliticæ Christo Cantuariensis, facies australis.
[Canterbury Cathedral] Ecclesiæ Cathedralis et Metropoliticæ Christo Cantuariensis, facies australis.
Tho. Johnson delin: Wenceslaus Hollar fecit.
[n.d., 1655.]
Etching. 190 x 315mm (7½ x 12½"). Tear lower left taped, narrow margins. Slight crease as normal.
An elevation of the south side of Canterbury Cathedral, with a dedication to John Warner (1581-1666), Bishop of Rochester. An illustration from William Dugdale's 'Monasticon Anglicanum'. In the dedication Hollar has etched 'Rottensis'; according to Pennington the first state of the plate is usually altered to 'Rossensis' in ink manuscript, as this example. Hollar has also added a ghost spire to the left of the transcept.
Pennington 963, first state of iv.
[Ref: 61221]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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Dean Farm Tea House, Chipstead Surrey [pencil.]
Dean Farm Tea House, Chipstead Surrey [pencil.]
R.H. Eason. [signed in pencil.]
[n.d., c.1950.]
Etching, signed by the artist, touched with pencil. 130 x 190mm (5 x 7½"), large margins.
A timber-framed house, now the 'The Rambler's Rest Country Pub & Restaurant'.
[Ref: 61050]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Dean Farm Tea House, Chipstead Surrey [later pencil.]
Dean Farm Tea House, Chipstead Surrey [later pencil.]
[R.H. Eason.]
[n.d., c.1950.]
Etching. 130 x 190mm (5 x 7½"), large margins. Pin holes in margins.
A timber-framed house, now the 'The Rambler's Rest Country Pub & Restaurant'.
[Ref: 61051]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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Glastoniensis Oppidi, ab editiori septi Werialensis parte dimidio ab oppido lapide in Africu distantis prospectus.
Glastoniensis Oppidi, ab editiori septi Werialensis parte dimidio ab oppido lapide in Africu distantis prospectus.
Ric: Newcourt delin. W. Hollar sculp.
[n.d., 1655.]
Etching, with very early impression; 165 x 290mm (6½ x 11½"), large margins. Slight crease as normal.
A view of Glastonbury, with a thirteen-point key and a dedication to Elias Ashmole (161792). An illustration from William Dugdale's 'Monasticon Anglicanum'.
Pennington 976, i of iv.
[Ref: 61216]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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Glastoniensis oppidi à montibus Comptoniansis tertio aur circiter an oppido lapide in Austram distantibus, prospectus.
Glastoniensis oppidi à montibus Comptoniansis tertio aur circiter an oppido lapide in Austram distantibus, prospectus.
Ric: Newcourt delin. W. Hollar sculp.
[n.d., 1655.]
Etchin, 17th century watermarked paper. 170 x 295mm (7 x 11¾''), large margins Slight crease as normal.
A view of Glastonbury with a six-point key, a plan of the Abbey with an eight-point key and a dedication to Thomas Stanley. An illustration from William Dugdale's 'Monasticon Anglicanum'.
Pennington 976. iv.
[Ref: 61217]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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The Seat of Lord de Clifford. (Kingsweston)
The Seat of Lord de Clifford. (Kingsweston)
Drawn, Lithographed, and Publish'd by W.A. Frank 1851.
Very Rare lithograph on chine collé. 210 x 265mm (8¼ x 10½"), with large margins. Some spotting.
A view of Kings Weston House, near Bristol, designed by Sir John Vanbrugh for the lawyer and politician Edward Southwell between 1712-19 and remodelled by Robert Mylne and again by Thomas Hopper. At the time of this view the house belonged to Edward Southwell Russell (1824-77), 23rd Baron de Clifford. Now a Grade I listed building, the house is now apartments and a conference/wedding venue.
[Ref: 61227]   £160.00   (£192.00 incl.VAT)
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[Lowestoft.]
[Lowestoft.]
Frank H. Mason [pencil].
[n.d., c.1920.]
Etching, signed by the artist, blindstamps in margin. 140 x 230mm, with very large margins. Mint.
A fishing ketch in Lowestoft Harbour. Frank H. Mason (1876 - 1965) was a cadet on HMS Conway. Having served in the Royal Navy in the First World War, Mason became a war artist, with several such images held at the Imperial War Museum. Between the wars he became a full-time artist, working as an illustrator, a poster artist for railway companies, and supplying posters and postcards for shipping companies. From 1900 onwards he exhibited at the RA, and was awarded R.I. in 1929. Mason illustrated the book North Sea Fishers and Fighters in 1911, and was a 'significant artist of marine and coastal scenes, as well as an illustrator of shipping books'.
[Ref: 61057]   £180.00   (£216.00 incl.VAT)
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[Manchester Royal Infirmary, Piccadilly Gardens]
[Manchester Royal Infirmary, Piccadilly Gardens]
Fred. W. Goolden inv. et del. [pencil signature]. Fred. W. Goolden 09.
Published 1909 by Tho.s Agnew & Sons, London & Manchester.
Fine etching, signed by the artist. 295 x 450mm (11½ x 71¾").
With a remarque of St George and the Dragon.
[Ref: 61287]   £240.00   (£288.00 incl.VAT)
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Oxford. From Godstow Lock.
Oxford. From Godstow Lock.
Drawn by W. Westall ARA. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
London. Published by Rodwell and Martin: 40 Argyll Street, & 46 New Bond St. Mar 20, 1822.
Lithograph with fine hand colour, printed on chine collé. 210 x 315mm (8¼ x 12½") very large margins. Some spotting.
A view of Oxford from the Thames, from William Westall's 'Views on the Thames', published in 1823.
[Ref: 61226]   £320.00  
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[An Oxfordshire Lane.]
[An Oxfordshire Lane.]
YM [John Mallows Youngman]
[n.d.c. 1899]
Etching, plate 215 x 160mm (8½ x 6¼"), with small margins. Some creasing outside image. Paper toned. Abrasions at very top of image. Messy.
A country scene in Oxfordshire. Two women stand outside a building in a stream. A girl scavenges the water. A church can be seen in the background. John Mallows Youngman (1817-99) painter, etcher and father of British painter Annie Mary Youngman (1859 1919).
[Ref: 61183]   £50.00   (£60.00 incl.VAT)
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[View Near Richmond]
[View Near Richmond]
[Drawn & Etched by Rowlandson. Stadler Aquatinta.]
[London: Thomas Tegg, n.d., 1822.]
Fine coloured aquatint with etching. Sheet 135 x 200mm (5¼ x 8"). Trimmed into image, losing inscriptions, mounted in album paper.
A view of the Thames from the Twickenham bank, Richmond Hill in the background. From Rowlandson's 'Sketches from Nature': The plate was first published by Rowlandson in a fortnightly series: it was not published in a book until 1822.
Abbey 33; Gascoigne Images of Richmond 782.
[Ref: 61108]   £360.00  
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[Scole Inn, Diss.] Schoale Inn.
[Scole Inn, Diss.] Schoale Inn.
Joshua Kirby Delin.t. Jn.o Fessey Sculp.
Publish'd by H. Martin according to act of Parliament May 1. 1740.
Rare engraving. Sheet 355 x 475mm (14 x 18¾"). Trimmed within plate, tear through publication line, laid on card.
The exterior of Scole Inn, with its massive sign spanning the road outside. Once called the White Hart, it was built in 1655 to serve this coaching traffic. Both Charles II and Admiral Nelson slept there, and highwayman John Belcher is said to have ridden his horse up the stairs at the inn to evade the law. The hunting-themed sign was also constructed in 1655, costing £1057 to make and erect, with over twenty-five carved figures, including Diana and Cerberus, Neptune and a deer-headed man. It was removed in the early 19th century, as it cost too much to maintain.
[Ref: 61263]   £320.00  
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Farm at Southend.
Farm at Southend. Proof.
B [Robert Brandard]
1842.
Etching on chine collé, plate 120 x 155mm (4¾ x 6"), with very small margins.
A country landscape of Southend-on-Sea. Robert Brandard (1805-62) was a landscape engraver, etcher, lithographer, miniature painter and watercolourist, son of engraver and copperplate printer, Thomas Brandard (d. 1830).
[Ref: 61174]   £45.00   (£54.00 incl.VAT)
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S. Michaels Church Steeple, Dorsetshire. East Window.
S. Michaels Church Steeple, Dorsetshire. East Window.
Jas Powell & Sons Whitefriars Glass Works, London E.C.
[n.d., c.1920.]
Ink and watercolour, cut to image and laid on card with ink titles. Card 330 x 210mm (13 x 8¼"). A few small marks.
A presentation design for a window in the church of St. Michael & All Angels, Steeple, by James Powell & Sons, owners of the Whitefriars Glass Works. In the mid 1850s the company had developed a glass that copied medieval stained glass and, with an aggressive marketing campaign, became the most prominent supplier of church glass, especially for commemorative windows after the Great War. Powell and Sons continued to make stained glass until 1973. This window is still extant.
[Ref: 61233]   £120.00   (£144.00 incl.VAT)
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[Anne Hathaway's Cottage.] The Cottage at Shottery, near Stratford-Upon-Avon,
[Anne Hathaway's Cottage.] The Cottage at Shottery, near Stratford-Upon-Avon, Where Shakespeare wooed and won his wife, Anne Hathaway; Whose Name Has Suggested the Following Exquisite Jeu de Mots.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Broadside, woodcut and letterpress on blue paper. Sheet 250 x 200mm (9¾ x 8"). Small stain at top edge, corners chipped.
A flyer for visitors to Anne Hathaway's cottage. The 'Jeu de Mots' is a pun on Anne's name, ''Anne hath a way'.
[Ref: 61089]   £95.00   (£114.00 incl.VAT)
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[Isle of Thanet] Mappa Thaneti Insule.
[Isle of Thanet] Mappa Thaneti Insule.
[n.d., 1655.]
Etched map. 410 x 365mm (16 x 14½"). Splits in folds, some creasing and spotting.
A map of the isles of Thanet in the time of Augustine of Canterbury, from a manuscript map in Trinity College, Cambridge. Orientated with north to the left, it depicts the religious houses. An illustration from William Dugdale's 'Monasticon Anglicanum'.
[Ref: 61224]   £160.00  
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Turner's Select Views [Book of 20 plates after J.M.W. Turner]
Turner's Select Views [Book of 20 plates after J.M.W. Turner]
J.M.W Turner R.A. del.t. W. Radclyffe sculp.t. C. Heath sculp.t. J.Scott sculp.t. S. Middiman sculp.t. Engraved by T. Higham. Engraved by John Pye. S. Rawle sculp.t. J. Landseer F.S.A sculp.t. J. Archer sculp.t. J. C. Varrall sculp.t...
Published by Longman, Hurst & C.o Paternaster Row and Hurst, Robinson & C.o Cheapside London, June 1822.
Oblong folio, half morocco with mottled boards, marbled end papers. 20 copper engravings on chiné colle interwoven with tissue paper and 5 additional handwritten pages added in. One loose page of handwritten text. Royal Folio edition limited to 125 copies. Abrasions to cover. Prints time stained.
Plates: Hornby Castle from Tatham Church. Kirby Lonsdale Church Yard. Aysgarth Force. Weathercote Cave, when half filled with water. Egglestone Abbey near Barnard Castle. Wycliffe near Rokeby. Moss Dale Fall. Brignall Church. High Force or Fall of Tees. Aske Hall, the Seat of the Right Hon.ble Lord Dundas. Richmond Castle and Town. Merrick Abbey, Swaledale. Junction of the Greta and Tees at Rokeby. Ingleborough from Hornby Castle Terrace. Heysham and Cumberland Mountains. S.t Agatha's Abbey, Easby. Crook of Lune, looking towards Horby Castle. Simmer Lake near Askrig. Hardraw Fall. Richmond, Yorkshire. From Reverend Thomas Dunham Whitaker's 'History of Richmondshire', published 181823. Originally intended to be a much larger project, an entire History of Yorkshire, the project prematurely closed with only the Richmondshire section completed, containing twenty engravings after Turner, as the publishers overcommitted themselves paying Turner and the engravers a generous salary. It was published as large paper copies (Royal Folio) on India 125 copies (originally supposed to be 160) and a smaller version (Demy folio) on plain paper 550 copies.
R. 169-188. 1st Published State.
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The West Gate, Winchester.
The West Gate, Winchester.
Drawn & Lithographed by G.F. Prosser. Printed by N. & M. Hanhart.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Scarce two-colour tinted lithograph. Sheet 525 x 415mm (20¾ x 16¼"). Repaired tears and surface abrasions, mostly in margins.
A view of the Westgate, one of two surviving fortified gateways through Winchester's city walls. George Frederick Prosser (1805-82).
[Ref: 60914]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Greenhouses at Woburn Abbey] Forcing Garden, in Winter.
[Greenhouses at Woburn Abbey] Forcing Garden, in Winter.
[after Humphry Repton.]
Published by J. Taylor, Feb 1. 1816.
Rare aquatint with fine hand colour. 220 x 295mm (8¾ x 11½"), large margins.
A view of greenhouses covered in snow, but with blooms visible through the glass, published in Humphry Repton's 'Fragments on the theory and practice of Landscape Gardening'. Repton (1752-1818) was the last great English landscape designer of the C18th, who coined the term 'landscape gardener'. Regarded as the successor to Capability Brown, he worked at Blaise Castle, Woburn Abbey, Stoneleigh Abbey & the central gardens in Russell Square, but lost out on the Prince Regent's Brighton Pavilion to John Nash (although he published his designs).
Abbey: Scenery 391.
[Ref: 61041]   £230.00   (£276.00 incl.VAT)
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