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Druidical Remains in Anglesey.
Druidical Remains in Anglesey.
J. Smith del.t. S.Alken fecit.
[1794].
Rare aquatint, sheet 200 x 290mm (7¼ x 11¼").
One of thirteen aquatints illustrating William Sotheby's 'A Tour through Wales, Sonnets, Odes, and Other Poems' printed by J Smeeton for R. Blamire, London 1794. A landscape with a large overgrown dolmen under a spreading tree, with a man standing, holding up and looking through an object.
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South West View of Trostrey Forge & Clytha Castle.
South West View of Trostrey Forge & Clytha Castle. Pl. X XIII.
Drawn by the Rev I. Gardnor. Engrav'd by the Rev I. Gardenor & J. Hill.
Publish'd Dec.r 14.th 1793 by Mess.rs Egerton. Charing Cross Mess.rs White, Fleet Street, & M.r I. Edwards, Pall Mall.
Rare engraving with aquatint, plate 170 x 210mm (6¾ x 8¼"), with large margins on three sides. Small top margin. Very light foxing at edge of margins.
View of the forge alongside the river at Trostre, showing the waterwheel, and Clytha Castle in the distance. Part of a series of views in Monmouthshire for David Williams's 'History of Monmouthshire'; they were engraved in aquatint by Gardnor himself and J. Hill. Clytha Castle is a folly near Clytha between Llanarth and Raglan in Monmouthshire, south east Wales. Dating from 1790, the castle was built by William Jones, owner of the Clytha Park estate as a memorial to his wife, Elizabeth, who died in 1787. John Gardnor (17291808), was an English painter, primarily a teacher, he had an academy in Kensington Square until he quit the profession of drawing full time for the church sometime after 1767. In 1778 he was instituted to the vicarage of St Mary's Church, Battersea, which he continued to hold up to his death.
Abbey 537.
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East View of Panty Goettre with the Sugar Loaf.
East View of Panty Goettre with the Sugar Loaf. Pl. II.nd
Drawn by the Rev I. Gardnor. Engrav'd by the Rev I. Gardenor & J. Hill.
Publish'd Dec.r 14.th 1793 by Mess.rs Egerton. Charing Cross Mess.rs White, Fleet Street, & M.r I. Edwards, Pall Mall.
Rare engraving with aquatint, plate 170 x 210mm (6¾ x 8¼"), with large margins on three sides. Small top margin. Some staining within plate mark.
View of Pant-y-Goitre, with Sugarloaf Mountain in the background. Farmworkers are loading hay onto cart in the foreground. Part of a series of views in Monmouthshire for David Williams's 'History of Monmouthshire'; they were engraved in aquatint by Gardnor himself and J. Hill. John Gardnor (17291808), was an English painter, primarily a teacher, he had an academy in Kensington Square until he quit the profession of drawing full time for the church sometime after 1767. In 1778 he was instituted to the vicarage of St Mary's Church, Battersea, which he continued to hold up to his death.
Abbey 537.
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South West View of Coldbrook.
South West View of Coldbrook. Pl. XXIV.
Drawn by the Rev I. Gardnor. Engrav'd by the Rev I. Gardenor & J. Hill.
Publish'd Dec.r 14.th 1793 by Mess.rs Egerton. Charing Cross Mess.rs White, Fleet Street, & M.r I. Edwards, Pall Mall.
Rare engraving with aquatint, plate 170 x 210mm (6¾ x 8¼"), with large margins on three sides. Small bottom margin. Right stain in margin that just goes into the plate mark.
A view of Coldbrook House. Part of a series of views in Monmouthshire for David Williams's 'History of Monmouthshire'; they were engraved in aquatint by Gardnor himself and J. Hill. John Gardnor (17291808), was an English painter, primarily a teacher, he had an academy in Kensington Square until he quit the profession of drawing full time for the church sometime after 1767. In 1778 he was instituted to the vicarage of St Mary's Church, Battersea, which he continued to hold up to his death.
Abbey 537.
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View of Llanfihangel Cillcornell with S.t Michael's Mount.
View of Llanfihangel Cillcornell with S.t Michael's Mount. Pl. XXVII
Drawn by the Rev I. Gardnor. Engrav'd by the Rev I. Gardenor & J. Hill.
Publish'd Dec.r 14.th 1793 by Mess.rs Egerton. Charing Cross Mess.rs White, Fleet Street, & M.r I. Edwards, Pall Mall.
Rare engraving with aquatint, plate 170 x 210mm (6¾ x 8¼"), with large margins on three sides. Thread bottom margin. Abrasion bottom left in plate mark.
A view of a large house and a summer-house against a backdrop of the hills. Part of a series of views in Monmouthshire for David Williams's 'History of Monmouthshire'; they were engraved in aquatint by Gardnor himself and J. Hill. John Gardnor (17291808), was an English painter, primarily a teacher, he had an academy in Kensington Square until he quit the profession of drawing full time for the church sometime after 1767. In 1778 he was instituted to the vicarage of St Mary's Church, Battersea, which he continued to hold up to his death.
Abbey 537.
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North View of Pontypool.
North View of Pontypool. Pl. XXIX
Drawn by the Rev I. Gardnor. Engrav'd by the Rev I. Gardenor & J. Hill.
Publish'd Dec.r 14.th 1793 by Mess.rs Egerton. Charing Cross Mess.rs White, Fleet Street, & M.r I. Edwards, Pall Mall.
Rare engraving with aquatint, plate 170 x 210mm (6¾ x 8¼"), with large margins on three sides. Thread bottom margin.
A view of Pontypool, showing people riding horses towards the town. Part of a series of views in Monmouthshire for David Williams's 'History of Monmouthshire'; they were engraved in aquatint by Gardnor himself and J. Hill. John Gardnor (17291808), was an English painter, primarily a teacher, he had an academy in Kensington Square until he quit the profession of drawing full time for the church sometime after 1767. In 1778 he was instituted to the vicarage of St Mary's Church, Battersea, which he continued to hold up to his death.
Abbey 537.
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[Raglan Castle] Inside View of Ragland Castle.
[Raglan Castle] Inside View of Ragland Castle.
Amelia de Suffren Pinx et Sculp.
Pub.d May 1803 by the Author et by Colnaghi No.23 Cockspur S.tr London.
Scarce aquatint with etching. 300 x 405mm (11¾ x 16") large margins Slight creasing.
A view of the ruins of Raglan Castle in Monmouthshire. Amelia de Suffren, the widow of French Admiral comte Pierre André de Suffren de Saint Tropez (1729-88) who had fought the British in the War of the Austrian Succession, the Seven Years' War, the American War of Independence, the Bourbon War in the East Indies and the 4th Anglo-Dutch War), toured Wales during the Peace of Amiens (1802-3) recording many views which she then published herself.
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[Snowdon] Pater familias arrives at the summit, but declares he will look at the scenery until he has finished his bottle of stout.
[Snowdon] Pater familias arrives at the summit, but declares he will look at the scenery until he has finished his bottle of stout.
Eng.d & Pub.d by Newman & Co. 48 Watling Street.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Etching. Sheet 100 x 115mm (4 x 4½"). Trimmed close to image.
A satire on a family of sightseers at the summit of Snowdon. It was published as an illustration on a writing sheet.
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[Snowdon] The nervous family refuse to take a nearer view of the chasms below.
[Snowdon] The nervous family refuse to take a nearer view of the chasms below.
Eng.d & Pub.d by Newman & Co. 48 Watling Street.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Etching. Sheet 100 x 115mm (4 x 4½"). Trimmed close to image.
A satire on a family of sightseers climbing Snowdon. It was published as an illustration on a writing sheet.
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[Snowdon] The nervous family refuse to take a nearer view of the chasms below.
[Snowdon] The nervous family refuse to take a nearer view of the chasms below.
Eng.d & Pub.d by Newman & Co. 48 Watling Street.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Etching. Sheet 185 x 230mm (7¼ x 9"), folded vertically as normal.
A writing sheet with a satire on a family of sightseers climbing Snowdon.
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[Snowdon] The whole strength of the family is required to prevent Uncle Sam from following the course of his Umbrella.
[Snowdon] The whole strength of the family is required to prevent Uncle Sam from following the course of his Umbrella.
Eng.d & Pub.d by Newman & Co. 48 Watling Street.
[n.d., c.1840.]
Etching. Sheet 185 x 115mm (7¼ x 4½").
A writing sheet with a satire on a family of sightseers climbing Snowdon.
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