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The House of Lord Archer in Covent Garden.
The House of Lord Archer in Covent Garden.
[Sutton Nicholls?]
Published according to Act of Parliament 1754, for Stowes Survey.
Etching with engraving. 350 x 465mm (13¾ x 18¼"). Original folds. Small margins.
43 King Street, Covent Garden, built in 1717 for Admiral Russell, 1st Earl of Orford, to designs by Thomas Archer. The Lord Archer of the title was the architect's nephew, also Thomas (1695-1768), who had married Lord Orford's great-niece in 1726 and came into ownership of the house in 1729. He was raised to the peerage in 1747 as 1st Baron Archer. The house, once the home of the National Sporting Club, is now the London premises of 'Glossier', a cosmetics firm. From the sixth edition printed in 1754 - 1755 of John Stowe's work 'A Survey of the Cities of London and Westminter and the Borough of Sothwark', originally published in 1598 and 1603.
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[A Panorama of London, Taken from Nature by R. Havell, Jnr.]
[A Panorama of London, Taken from Nature by R. Havell, Jnr.]
[London: Published by Rodwell & Martin, 40 New Bond Street. 1822.]
Coloured aquatint in six sections. 80 x c.4020mm (3¼ x c.158"). Some restoration.
A four-metre rolling scarce & decorative prospect showing the north side of the Thames from Chelsea Prison down the river to The Pool of London, recording the buildings and the traffic both on the river and on the bridges. The prospect was originally published in one piece, rolled into a boxwood drum.
Abbey Life 485.
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[Old Bond Street.]
[Old Bond Street.]
Sydney R. Jones.
[1928.]
Drypoint etching, signed by the artist in pencil. 315 x 225mm (12½ x 9").
A view of Old Bond Street looking towards Piccadilly, with several recognisable business signs including fine art dealers Agnew's. Sydney Robert Fleming Jones (1881-1961) was a notable watercolourist and etcher, particularly of architectural views; he also wrote several books on the English countryside and provided illustrations for several publications including The Times, Illustrated London News and The Studio.
[Ref: 62481]   £260.00   (£312.00 incl.VAT)
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Ayr Street, Piccadilly London
Ayr Street, Piccadilly London
Edward Prust [signed in pencil]
circa 1926 [in pencil]
Etching signed by the artist, 300 x 375mm (11¾ x 14¾"), with very large margins. Dusty margins. Small taped tear in left margin. Very slightly creased in margins.
A busy scene on Regent Street looking towards Air Street. Edward C. Prust (1891-1978)
[Ref: 62591]   £140.00   (£168.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Royal Exchange.]
[The Royal Exchange.]
Sydney R. Jones.
[n.d., 1927.]
Drypoint etching, signed in pencil by the artist. 270 x 330mm (10¾ x 13").
View of the Royal Exchange's west front, with bustling street scene outside, including traffic and pedestrians. Sydney Robert Fleming Jones (1881-1961) was a notable watercolourist and etcher, particularly of architectural views; he also wrote several books on the English countryside and provided illustrations for several publications including The Times, Illustrated London News and The Studio.
[Ref: 62482]   £280.00   (£336.00 incl.VAT)
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[The Cenotaph, Whitehall]
[The Cenotaph, Whitehall]
Fred. A. Farrell [signed in pencil]
[n.d. c.1930]
Etching. 272 x 213mm. (10¾ x 8½" ), with very large margins.
View from the Cenotaph down the road in Whitehall. Frederick Farrell (1882-1935), a Scottish self-taught etcher & watercolourist, was the official artist with the 51st Highlanders during the First World War.
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