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[Photograph of an angler fishing in the River Purwell, Ickleford, with another of the same location.]
[Photograph of an angler fishing in the River Purwell, Ickleford, with another of the same location.]
Photographed by T.B. Lachmore, Bancroft Street, Hitchin.
[n.d., c.1870.]
Two photographs. 185 x 240mm (7¼ x 9½").
Two photographs of a house by the side of the River Purwell, Ickleford, Herts. One has an angler, probably the owner of the house, fishing. The house still exists, where the Arlsey Road crosses the river.
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The Death of the Stag.
The Death of the Stag. To Philip, Earl of Chesterfield, this Print Ingraved after a Capital Picture of P. Wouvermanns, is humbly Dedicated to his Lordship, by his most Obedient and Dutiful Servant Tho.s Major.
P. Wouvermans pinx. A. Lawrence fe. aqua forti. Tho.s Major Sculpsit.
London sold by T. Major Ingraver to H. R. H. the Prince of Wales at the Golden Head in Chandois Street the lower end of St Martins Lane. Publish'd accord.g to Act of Parliament Feb.y 10 1753.
A large & fine etching and engraving. 505 x 670mm (19¾ x 26½"), with large margins. Centre fold as normal.
A hunting party outside an inn, with one of the group blowing his horn, after Philips Wouwerman (1619 - 1668), etched by Andrew Lawrence and finished by Thomas Major. From a bound issue of the series 'The Most Capital Paintings in England' (1763-86, issued in parts and available as volumes of prints from 1769 onwards).
[Ref: 53479]   £350.00  
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