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[A Likely Cast.]
[A Likely Cast.]
Norman Wilkinson [signed in pencil and scratched in plate.]
[n.d., c.1930.]
Drypoint etching, 200 x 265mm (8 x 10¼")
Norman Wilkinson (1878 - 1971) was an illustrator for the Illustrated London News, and during both World Wars worked developing camouflage techniques.
[Ref: 56107]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[Master James Sayer.]
[Master James Sayer.]
J. Zoffany pinx.t. 1770. Rich.d Houston fecit 1772.
Published as the Act directs 25 March 1772 R. Sayer No. 53 Fleet Street.
Mezzotint, scratched proof before title. 510 x 355mm (20 x 14"), with large margins. Repaired cracks in platemark.
A mezzotint portrait of James Sayer (c.1760-96) at the age of thirteen standing on the bank of a stream holding a fishing rod with a freshly caught fish, published by the subject's father, Robert Sayer.
CS:109 i of ii.
[Ref: 57373]   £720.00  
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Shooting. Plate Ist [- IV]. Engraved after an Original Picture in the Possession of Mr Bradford.
Shooting. Plate Ist [- IV]. Engraved after an Original Picture in the Possession of Mr Bradford.
Geo. Stubbs pinx.t. W.m Woollett sculp.t.
Published by Tho.s Bradford, No.132 Fleet Street, London; as the Act directs, 1st August 1769. [&] 30th Aug.t 1770. [&] 30th Sep. 1770. [&] 25th Oct.r 1771.
Set of four engravings with hand colour. Framed. Visible area 435 x 530mm (17 x 20¾"). Unexamined out of frames. Plate III with two repaired tears.
A fine set of the published state of George Stubbs' impressive set of shooting scenes. In the first, the two hunters prepare their guns by a mill, their pointers looking on expectantly. The second shows them setting out, their dogs running ahead. The third shows one of the hunters firing at a flying bird. The final scene shows the men resting in a wood with their bag, including rabbits, a pheasant and other birds.
Lennox-Boyd et al: George Stubbs 11-14, state v of v, only non-proof state.
[Ref: 57223]   £1,850.00   view all images for this item

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[Shooting. Plate IV. Engraved after an Original Picture in the Possession of Mr Bradford.]
[Shooting. Plate IV. Engraved after an Original Picture in the Possession of Mr Bradford.]
[Geo. Stubbs pinx.t. W.m Woollett sculp.t.]
[Published by Tho.s Bradford, No.132 Fleet Street, London; as the Act directs, 25th Oct.r 1771.]
Very rare progress proof engraving. Sheet 390 x 530mm (15¼ x 20¾"). Trimmed close to image, part of image skimmed lower right, tip of bottom left corner lacking, vertical central fold, some surface wear, laid on album paper.
A very rare progress proof of the last plate in the famous set of 'Shooting' after George Stubbs, showing the sportsmen resting in a wood with their bag. At this stage in the engraving, the sky is blank, the faces and hands of the men have scratched details, and the trees and dog are half-finished.
Lennox-Boyd et al: George Stubbs 14, undescribed state between ii & iii.
[Ref: 57482]   £490.00  
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A Key to the Great Wiltshire Coursing Picture.
A Key to the Great Wiltshire Coursing Picture.
[After William & Henry Barraud.]
[n.d., c.1850.]
Scarce ink sketch. Sheet 260 x 535mm (10¼ x 21"). Surface soiling, pingoles in corners, laid on card.
A key of the 46 participants in a coursing match, with the winner and runner up, depicted before Stonehenge.
[Ref: 57343]   £260.00  
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