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[An Ottoman training an Arabian stallion.] 39.
[An Ottoman training an Arabian stallion.] 39.
Carle Vernet. S. lith de Delpech.
[n.d., c.1820.]
Lithograph. Sheet 390 x 535mm (15½ x 21"). Repaired tear outside image.
An equestrian print after French painter, Antoine Charles Horace Vernet (1758-1835) showing figure training an Arabian horse.
[Ref: 58711]   £450.00  

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The Saddling Paddock. Cheltenham March Meeting.
The Saddling Paddock. Cheltenham March Meeting.
from the Painting by Sir Alfred Munnings, K.C.V.O., P.P.P.A.
Published in 1952 by Frost & Reed Ltd. Fine Art Publishers, Bristol and London England.
Photolithograph, signed in pencil by the artist. Framed, sight size 440 x 650mm (17¼ x 25½"). Unexamined out of frame.
Jockeys, grooms and owners preparing for a race, the course behind.
[Ref: 59077]   £520.00  
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The English Farrier.
The English Farrier.
J. Gericault del. C. Hullmandel's Lithography.
London. Published by Rodwell & Martin New Bond St. May. 1821.
Lithograph, sheet 350 x 480mm (13¾ x 19"), large margins. Several creases, nicks and stains on top margin, slightly stained on publication line.
Scene in a forge with three horses, tethered to a wall-ring. A farrier hammers nails into the hoof of one of the horses, which attempts to bite another horse but it is fended off with a pair of tongs by a second farrier. After Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault (1791-1824). From the only edition of Rodwell and Martin's 'Various Subjects drawn from life on Stone', known as the 'English Series'. Despite its commercial failure at the time, Gericault's 'English Series' is now considered to have been of the greatest importance in the development of lithography as an art form during the first half of the nineteenth century. Due to the comparitively small number of impressions printed before the stones were effaced, exampes of Gericault's lithographs from this series are now exteremelty rare and have always been amongst the most sought after of his original printed works.
See Refs: 31254, 58709 & 58710
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A French Farrier.
A French Farrier.
J Gericault inv.t. C. Hullmandel's Lithography.
[London. Published by Rodwell & Martin New Bond St. Feb. 1. 1821]
Scarce lithograph. watermark 1820. Printed area 260 x 360mm (10¼ x 14¼"). Repaired tear touching image on left.
Two farriers and horses, by Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault (1791-1824). From the only edition of Rodwell and Martin's 'Various Subjects drawn from life on Stone', known as the 'English Series'. Despite its commercial failure at the time, Gericault's 'English Series' is now considered to have been of the greatest importance in the development of lithography as an art form during the first half of the nineteenth century. Due to the comparitively small number of impressions printed before the stones were effaced, exampes of Gericault's lithographs from this series are now exteremelty rare and have always been amongst the most sought after of his original printed works.
Delteil: 41.ii. See Refs: 58910 & 58709.
[Ref: 58710]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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Horses Exercising.
Horses Exercising.
T. Gericault inv.t. C. Hullmandel's Lithography.
London, Published by Rodwell & Martin New Bond Street. Feb. 1. 1821.
Fine lithograph, watermark 1820. Printed area: 285 x 405mm (11¼ x 16"). Tear to left edge.
Two horses wearing saddlecloths canter on a path towards the right, the one in the foreground is unmounted, held by the reins of the rider on the other horse. After Jean Louis André Théodore Géricault (1791-1824). From the only edition of Rodwell and Martin's 'Various Subjects drawn from life on Stone', known as the 'English Series'. Despite its commercial failure at the time, Gericault's 'English Series' is now considered to have been of the greatest importance in the development of lithography as an art form during the first half of the nineteenth century. Due to the comparitively small number of impressions printed before the stones were effaced, exampes of Gericault's lithographs from this series are now extremely rare and have always been amongst the most sought after of his original printed works.
See Refs: 35439, 58910 & 58710
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