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This page is for artist printed images, framed and glazed prints, those in large mounts and also original artworks. They will include etchings, aquatints, lithographs, woodcuts and engravings on wood, copper and steel and also drawings, watercolours and oil paintings. Note: the headline dimensions are the overall dimensions of frame or mount as applicable.

Some of the photographs of glazed items show reflections and stray colours for which I apologise!

Artists include: FREDERICK CHRISTIAN LEWIS SNR (1779-1856), was an eminent painter, etcher, aquatint and stipple engraver. Lewis transformed numerous natural history paintings into aquatints. His superlative skills as an engraver led to frequent commissions from Royalty, and to his contribution to J. M. W. Turner's Liber Studiorum, a collection of seventy-one etchings with mezzotint, which greatly influenced landscape painting. Apart from the River Dart volume he produced a similar volume on the Exe. As the frames have been scratched buyers may prefer to have the etchings sent in their mounts alone. Postage costs will then be reduced. None of these etchings have been examined out of the frames.

ROBERT HILLS (1769-1844). English Painter & Etcher. He exhibited six or seven drawings annually at the Royal Academy and was a member of the Society of Water-colours. His favourite subjects were cattle, sheep, donkeys, pigs, horses and above all deer. The British Museum holds the artist's collection of his own etchings, over 1200 of the finest impressions and proofs.

HERBERT RAILTON. (1857-1910). I have added a score of the ORIGINAL SIGNED ARTWORK DRAWINGS in pen & ink on card by HERBERT RAILTON for: EDINBURGH - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson. Methuen, 1906. After his drawings of a railway accident at Blackburn station (1881) were published in the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News, Railton went on to become one of the leading illustrators of his day. Railton provided many black and white illustrations for magazines and books - including editions of books by famous authors such Oliver Goldsmith, Henry Fielding, Samuel Johnson and travel guides, such as Coaching Days and Coaching Ways. Despite my best efforts, the images of these Railton drawings do not adequately show the contrast between the black ink and the white board.

EILEEN ALICE SOPER, (1905-1990) was an etcher and illustrator of children's and wildlife books. She produced a series of etchings mainly of children playing and illustrated books for other writers, notably for Enid Blyton and Elizabeth Gould, and wrote and illustrated her own children's book. Later in life she concentrated on writing and illustrating wildlife books. She was a founder member of the Society of Wildlife Artists (SWLA). The original unique drawings on this site were used to illustrate the 1992 edition of her book Badgers. Her work commands high prices when it comes on the market.

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The list of 187 items in category ORIGINAL ART & FRAMED PRINTS has been split into 4 sections. This is section 2.

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Edinburgh. West Bow
Drawn for page 257 of: Edinburgh - A Historical and Topographical Account of the City, Written by M. G. Williamson, Illustrated by Herbert Railton. Methuen, 1906 & Dutton, New York, 1907.
1906 - 24 x 34.5 cm

Original pen & ink drawing on card by Herbert Railton signed by the artist & dated 1906. In a very good state but with tiny holes from the drawing pins used to secure the card while the image was being drawn. Short edge tear closed.

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Ref 39158 : £20


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Edinburgh. West Bow, Condemned Covenanters.
Original steel engraving, engraved by C. Cousen after T. Allom.
c1838 - 25.5 x 31.5 cm

Framed and glazed. Print looks to be in very good order except for faint toning at the edge of the mount window although not examined out of the frame. Hand-coloured. Mount window 140 x 200 mm. Frame overall 255 x 315 mm. James Renwick being led to execution in the Grassmarket in 1688. Renwick was the last Covenanter to be martyred before the accession of William II secured Presbyterianism in Scotland in 1689. (Despite the accepted title of the painting, note that only one prisoner is shown.)

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Ref 37737 : £25


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Egypt. General View of Luxor, from the Nile
Superb facsimile of one of David Roberts original full plate lithographs of Egypt which were produced from 1842-49, (approx 19 x 12 inches), superbly mounted, framed and glazed; the frame reminiscent of Ancient Egypt.
Late C20th - 70 x 55.5 cm

The Temple of Amun at Luxor from the single obelisk now left before the First Pylon at the north end, past the heavy columns of Horemhab’s colonnade. The cost of producing the hundreds of plates was partly offset by subscriptions from the well-to-do including Charles Dickens, John Ruskin, as well as Queen Victoria, the Pasha of Egypt, and Tsar Nicholas 1 of Russia. The first set produced was the Subscription edition with the lithograph carefully hand-coloured. First edition prints have become highly sought after and a copy of this lithograph is currently on sale for £850, unframed. Modern printing techniques have produced facsimiles that, apart from freedom of staining or spotting, are difficult to distinguish from the originals. The overall size of the frame of this beautiful and elegant print is 700 x 555 mm. The original supplier of this item currently sells it for £348.

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Egypt. Temple Of Dandour - Nubia
First Edition lithograph. Modern colour. Half plate Number 189. Supplied with a sheet of original text. Acid proof mount and backing
Dated June 1st 1848 - Half plate image 25 x 35 cm. Mounted size 51 x 61 cm

David Roberts (1796 - 1864) original full plate lithographs of Egypt were produced from 1842-49. The cost of producing the hundreds of plates was partly offset by subscriptions from the well-to-do including Charles Dickens, John Ruskin, as well as Queen Victoria, the Pasha of Egypt, and Tsar Nicholas 1 of Russia. The first set produced was the Subscription edition with the lithograph carefully hand-coloured. First edition prints have become highly sought after. The Mathaf Gallery, after 30 years of business, still leads the world in 19th century paintings of Arabia, known as Orientalism a market that it pioneered. These aquatints are photographed sealed in a cellophane wrapper with the stock ticket of the Mathaf Gallery affixed. The descriptions are taken from these labels and give a secure provenance to these items and that is the reason for taking the pictures through the wrapping, even though its reflections make the images a little less clear. They are offered at half the Gallery’s prices.

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Ref 39005 : £100


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Egypt. The Hypaethral Temple at Philae, called the Bed of Pharaoh.
Superb facsimile of one of David Roberts original full plate lithographs of Egypt which were produced from 1842-49, (approx 19 x 12 inches), superbly mounted, framed and glazed; the frame reminiscent of Ancient Egypt.
Late C20th - 70 x 55.5 cm

The most illustrated monument of ancient Egypt (other than the Giza pyramids). Of Roman period built under Trajan (98-117 AD) intended as a monumental entrance to the Temples on Philae Island but never completed. The cost of producing the hundreds of plates was partly offset by subscriptions from the well-to-do including Charles Dickens, John Ruskin, as well as Queen Victoria, the Pasha of Egypt, and Tsar Nicholas 1 of Russia. The first set produced was the Subscription edition with the lithograph carefully hand-coloured. First edition prints have become highly sought after and a copy of this lithograph is currently on sale for £2,000, unframed. Modern printing techniques have produced facsimiles that, apart from freedom of staining or spotting, are difficult to distinguish from the originals. The overall size of the frame of this beautiful and elegant print is 700 x 555 mm. The original supplier of this item currently sells it for £348.

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Engraving. Lacaze-Duthiers, Henri de
Fine steel engraved presentation portrait. This huge sheet of paper 630 x 725 mm overall has plate mark 295 x 250 mm within which the high quality steel engraving is printed on India paper.
1887 - 63 x 72.5 cm

Félix Joseph Henri de Lacaze-Duthiers, 1821-1901, was a French biologist, anatomist and zoologist. He was a leading authority in regards to molluscs. Lacaze-Duthiers became a professor at the University of Lille in 1854 and at the Museum of Natural History in 1865. Beginning in 1868 he was a professor in the faculty of natural sciences at the Sorbonne. His principal works were on the individual development of polyps and on the comparative anatomies of molluscs and coelenterates. During the post-Darwinian period, Lacaze-Duthiers was the leader of the opposition to the teaching of evolution in France. He founded marine zoological stations in Roscoff (1872) and Bagnols (1881) and the Archive of Experimental Zoology. It is a portrait given by his pupils and friends in homage for his scientific achievements, presented at a conference at the Faculty of Science in Paris in 1887. Accompanying the engraving is a letter in French dated 9 March 1887 from the conference organiser covering 9 copies of the engraving being sent to England including Thomas Henry Huxley PC FRS FLS, the English comparative anatomist, known as Darwin's Bulldog for his advocacy of Charles Darwin's theory of evolution.

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Ref 38045 : £35


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Erne
Rev. F. O. Morris - A History of British Birds.
Late C19th - 26 x 33.5 cm

Original antique print hand coloured as issued. Professionally framed and glazed in Arquati moulding. Overall size 262 x 335mm, mount window 130 x 185mm. Ready to hang on the wall!

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Ref 39201 : £15


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Etching. Cattle Grazing.
Genuine antique hand coloured copper plate etchings by Robert Hills (1769 - 1844)
1801 - 67 x 33 cm

Two images of cattle in the fields by this specialist artist in a large hand-ruled mount. Each sheet 24 x 13 cm

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Ref 36352 : £60


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Etching. Cattle Grazing.
Genuine antique hand coloured copper plate etchings by Robert Hills (1769 - 1844)
1801 - 67 x 33 cm

Two images of cattle in the fields by this specialist artist in a large hand-ruled mount. Each sheet 24 x 13 cm

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Ref 36353 : £60


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Etching. Entraigues, nr Avignon
William Tatton-Winter was an elected member of the Royal Society of British Artists, exhibited at the Royal Academy and many galleries. His work fetches good prices at Bonham s and Christies.
Early 20th century - 52.5 x 45 cm

Fine coloured etching of Entraigues, nr Avignon. Signed in pencil by William Tatton-Winter. This Southern French village scene exudes hot summer sun, shaded by old trees and with groups of ladies chatting and strolling by the houses and shops. Framed and glazed. Mount window 345 x 265 mm, 525 x 450 mm overall. The frame is black lacquered wood in reasonable condition but the mount is dusty with a few spots. A buyer may prefer to have the etching sent out of the frame to save mailing costs.

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Ref 39858 : £50


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Etching. Post mill on a river.
Indecipherable
Early 20th century? - 28 x 38 cm

Original etching by unknown artist signed in pencil but indecipherable. The etching shows the mill with broken sails standing by a sluggish river and seems to match the John Constable picture of a mill on the River Stour, Suffolk. The print is affixed around its perimeter to the mount and lightly toned around its edges. In a vintage bevelled (and toned) mount with a window 160 x 115mm.

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Ref 37725 : £15


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Etching. Sheep in the fields.
Genuine antique hand coloured copper plate etchings by Robert Hills (1769 - 1844)
1802-05 - 77 x 59 cm

Four images of sheep in the fields by this specialist artist in a very large hand ruled mount. Each sheet 32 x 24 cm

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Ref 36351 : £150


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Etching. The Arbour
Drawn and etched on steel by Thomas Creswick (1811-1869).
c1850 - 22x 19.5 cm

Gentleman reading a book sitting beneath a pergola and with his house and garden in the background. Framed and glazed. In a double mount and in a wood frame with gold inset (which is a trifle dusty). Mount window size: 100 x 85mm, frame overall: 220 x 195mm. Appears in good condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37767 : £10


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Etching. The Mill by the Dam
Original etching by J. N. Snoey, initialled in the plate and printed title with signature in the lower margin. Engraved area is 485 x 250 mm
Early 20th century. - 73.5 x 48.5 cm

Period country view. Framed and glazed and the original carved wood frame is 735 x 485 mm overall. A little faint spotting, especially in the margins.

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Ref 38038 : £35


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Fishing
After Samuel Howitt, (1756-1822)
c1834 - 33.5 x 30.5 overall cm

Set of four 19th Century hand coloured etchings with a fishing theme: Worm-Fishing, Pike-Fishing, Minnow Fishing and Fly-Fishing. These prints appear to date from 1834 when re-published by F J Mason although three still show their original publishing dates in1799. Gilt framed and glazed with bevelled mounts set off by a gilt strip. Images size 190 x 140 mm. Frames 335 x 305 mm overall. Three of these etchings are very clean. Fly-Fishing has some tiny light ink rubs to the impressed borders.

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Ref 39788 : £40


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Fishing illustration
Illustration by R M Alexander, from Fore s Sporting Notes and Sketches, 1884.
1884 - 32 x 24.5 cm

“He Had Broken Me”. Framed and glazed in an olive and brown Hogarth style frame with a grey bevel cut mount. Mount window 210 x 135 mm; overall size including frame 320 x 245 mm.

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Ref 39794 : £12


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Fishing prints: Salmon Fishing & Fishing in a Punt.
After Henry Alken.
N.D. - 34 x 28.5 cm

PAIR OF REPRODUCTION PRINTS. The originals were drawn by Henry Alken and engraved by I Clark. Framed and glazed in a wood frame, gilt, with a bevelled mount ruled in gold. Mount window 205 x 150 mm; overall size including frame 340 x 285 mm.

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Ref 39798 : £16


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France. Borde de Marne
Bernard Buffet
1955 - 31.5 x 24 cm

Lithograph printed on white paper mounted on a card backing. Engraved area: 230 x 140 mm

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Ref 39486 : £7


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Fuchsia
By E A Dixon-Fisher. In very good condition.
c1981 - 27.5 x 33.5 cm

Original watercolour by E A Dixon-Fisher, on Genuine Saunders Mould Made Paper faced with colour drawing board, signed. In an ornate, gilt frame, glazed. Overall size 275 x 335 mm.

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Ref 39852 : £40


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Glastonbury Abbey, England
David Fortune
Second half 20th century. - 67 x 57 cm

Screen print in a pine frame, glazed. Hand printed. 1/10. 670 x 570 mm overall; 440 x 340 mm image. Undated.

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Ref 39535 : £30


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Gloucestershire. Aust Passage on the River Severn
Original antique hand coloured copper engraving by J. Walker after G. Holmes.
c1800 - 33 x 28 cm

Probably from Walker's The Copper-Plate Magazine, or Monthly Cabinet of Picturesque Prints (London: 1792-1802). The print is in a bevel cut mount hand ruled in gold and in a glazed gold and brown frame. The area within the mount is 175 x 115 mm. Overall the frame measures 325 x 275 mm. The paper is toned overall. A guaranteed genuine antique print. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37718 : £15


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Gloxinia
A superb and strong botanical watercolour by very good artist and in very good condition. Such high quality botanical works are necessarily expensive because of the time taken to record exactly the details of the plant.
1987 - 46 x 61 cm

Original large watercolour by Kathleen Hindle shown at the Annual Exhibition of the Society of Botanical Artists in 1987, then priced at £110. Overall size 460 x 610 mm; mount window 320 x 450 mm. Framed and glazed. The frame being of wood with a gilt inner edge and a green card mount within.

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Ref 39851 : £175


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Goldcrests
Goldcrest pair with young in nest. Signed AW 74.
1974 - 37 x 43.5 cm

Original watercolour of birds, on black paper, with bevel cut mount and framed and glazed. Overall size 370 x 435 mm; mount window 240 x 290 mm. The frame is Hogarth style and in very good condition.

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Ref 39854 : £20


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Golden Eagle
Rev. F. O. Morris - A History of British Birds.
Late C19th - 26 x 33.5 cm

Original antique print hand coloured as issued. Professionally framed and glazed in Arquati moulding. Overall size 262 x 335mm, mount window 130 x 185mm. Ready to hang on the wall!

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Ref 39202 : £15


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Gould. Ciconia Alba - Stork.
Lithographed by H. C. Richter after John Gould. Lithograph with exceptional original hand colour, framed & glazed. 565 x 735mm overall; mount window 340 x 505mm.
c1855 - 56.5 x 73.5 cm

A Stork feeding frogs to three nestlings. Behind another nests on a chimney, with windmills beyond. The print was published in John Gould's monumental ornithological book, 'The Birds of Great Britain', which was issued in parts between 1862 and 1873. Apparently it also appeared in the Birds of Australia, 1848-69. The quality of the hand colouring is superb as is the condition of this splendid lithograph set off in a hand ruled bevelled mount within a tasteful wooden frame. An unframed copy in slightly less good condition is currently on sale at £850.

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Ref 38036 : £225


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Gould: Docimastes Ensiferus, Sword-billed Hummingbird.
From A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Humming-birds, published by J. Gould, London, 1849-1861. J. Gould & H. C. Richter, del et lith. Walter & Cohn, Imp.
1849-61 - 43 x 54 cm

Hand coloured ornithological lithograph, laid down on card for framing. Sheet size 430 x 540mm. John Gould (1804-1881) produced a series of the best large plate books of birds round the world in the nineteenth century. The colouring of the three hummingbirds is fine but the flowers are less bright than 150 years ago, so offered at a reduced price. Most Goulds are currently being offered at £350-£400 unframed.

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Ref 39803 : £75


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Gould: Picus Minor, Lesser Spotted Woodpecker.
From Birds of Great Britain, 1862-73, J. Gould & H. C. Richter, del et lith. Walter & Cohn, Imp.
1862-73 - 43 x 54 cm

Hand coloured ornithological lithograph, laid down on card for framing. Sheet size 430 x 540mm. John Gould (1804-1881) produced a series of the best large plate books of birds round the world in the nineteenth century. Colouring perhaps less bright than 150 years ago, so offered at a reduced price. Most Goulds are currently being offered at £350-£400 unframed.

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Ref 39802 : £65


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Gould: Thaumatias Nitidifrons.
From A Monograph of the Trochilidae, or Family of Humming-birds, published by J. Gould, London, 1849-1861. J. Gould & H. C. Richter, del et lith. Walter & Cohn, Imp.
1849-61 - 43 x 54 cm

Hand coloured ornithological lithograph, laid down on card for framing. Sheet size 430 x 540mm. John Gould (1804-1881) produced a series of the best large plate books of birds round the world in the nineteenth century. The colouring of the two hummingbirds is fine but the flowers are less bright than 150 years ago, so offered at a reduced price. Most Goulds are currently being offered at £350-£400. This plate is currently offered by a US dealer at $1,600.

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Ref 39804 : £75


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Gould: Turtle Dove.
From Birds of Europe, drawn from Life, etc., and on stone by J. & E. Gould. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
1832-37 - 43 x 54 cm

Hand coloured ornithological lithograph. Framed and glazed with a bevelled mount. Mount window 305 x 400mm. 430 x 540mm overall. John Gould (1804-1881) produced a series of the best large plate books of birds round the world in the nineteenth century. Looks in very nice condition but not examined out of the frame. London dealer asking £795 unframed.

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Ref 39800 : £165


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Gould: Vinago Sphenura. Wedge-tailed Green-Pigeon.
From A Century of Birds from the Himalaya Mountains, drawn from Nature and on stone by J. & E. Gould. Printed by C. Hullmandel.
1831-34 - 43 x 54 cm

Hand coloured ornithological lithograph. Framed and glazed with a bevelled mount. Mount window 305 x 400mm. 430 x 540mm overall. John Gould (1804-1881) produced a series of the best large plate books of birds round the world in the nineteenth century. Looks in very nice condition but not examined out of the frame. Most Goulds are currently being offered at £350-£400 unframed.

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Ref 39801 : £145


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Hawking - The Departure; The Rendezvous; The Fatal Stoop; Disgorging,
After Francis Calcraft Turner. This set, issued by Messrs Laird, is believed to be the original issue. See below.
- cm

The set of 4 very large 19th century aquatints printed in colours and finished by hand, heightened with gum-arabic, were engraved by Richard Gilson Reeve, after the paintings of Francis Calcraft Turner and published by I W Laird. Dedicated to His Grace William Aubrey de Vere Beauclerk, Duke of St Albans, Hereditary Grand Falconer of England. n.d. Each sheet size 515 x 650 mm; plate size 400 x 513 mm; engraved area 310 x 460 mm. In very good condition. Close up views & backing boards for framing available. Originally issued in 1839 by Messrs Laird with this dedication and so believed to be the first issue. Later re-issues were engraved “published by J. McCormick”.

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Hereford Cathedral from the River
Original sepia toned etching by Peter Graham (1836-1921). The picture is signed in pencil bottom right corner.
c1910 - 36 x 28.5 cm

Fine view of the Cathedral and surrounding buildings with the trees in full leaf. In an old hand ruled bevelled mount, 360 x 285mm overall; mount window 225 x 180mm. Good condition save for some matt burn. Peter Graham was a Scottish landscape, cattle and coastal painter who exhibited 67 times at the Royal Academy. He became a member of the Royal Academy in 1881.

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Ref 38023 : £22


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Humour. De Gustibus, &c., &c. (a matter of taste)
Wood engraving from John Leech pictures of life and character.
c1860 - 20 x 25 cm

The hand coloured wood engraving features a tailor recommends a piece of fancy material to a short young fellow. In a double bevelled mount within a brown and gilt frame, glazed. Mount window size: 100 x 125mm, frame overall: 200 x 250mm. In very good condition.

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Humour. Gallantry
Wood engraving from John Leech pictures of life and character.
c1860 - 20 x 25 cm

The hand coloured wood engraving features a lady picking up her own fallen bouquet while her beau stands looking through a monocle. In a double bevelled mount within a brown and gilt frame, glazed. Mount window size: 85 x 115mm, frame overall: 205 x 265mm. Appears in good condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37765 : £12


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Hydrangea Villosa with butterfly.
Helen C Babington, Somerset artist. Flourished 1976-1990. Painted multiple British wildlife works for the Medici Gallery from which a series of postcards was produced.
1976 - 24 x 32 cm

Finest quality original watercolour botanical painting. 205 x 280 mm on art board, in pale green bevel cut oval mount 240 x 320 mm. Titled, dated 1976 and signed. Very fine condition.

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Ref 39860 : £35


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Ireland. Galway, Pass of Salruc.
Hand coloured antique steel engraved print by Edward Radcliffe, (1809-1863), engraver. After E W Fairholt s drawing from the original picture by Thomas Creswick (1811-1869). Published by Jeremiah How, 132 Fleet St., London between 1820 & 1870.
Mid C19th - 22.5 x 27 cm

In ivory and gold frame with ivory ruled mount. Mount window size: 280 x 205mm, frame overall: 225 x 270mm. Appears in excellent condition but not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 37764 : £15


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Isle of Wight. Carisbrooke, entrance to the village from Newport and the castle keep.
Drawn & Engraved by George Brannon
1820 - 41 x 33 cm

Original antique hand coloured engraving framed and glazed with an ivory bevel cut mount. Mount window 215 x 150 mm. The frame is black & gilt in very good condition. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39702 : £30


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Isle of Wight. Newport.
Drawn & Engraved by George Brannon
1830 - 35 x 27 cm

Original antique hand coloured engraving framed and glazed with a hand-ruled wine colour bevel cut mount. Mount window 245 x 175 mm. The Hogarth frame is black & gilt in good condition; the mount is a little faded and has a very slight matt burn around the margins. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39701 : £30


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Isle of Wight. Wootton Bridge & Fernhill.
Drawn & Engraved by George Brannon
1831 - 38 x 31 cm

Original antique hand coloured engraving framed and glazed with an ivory bevel cut mount. Mount window 260 x 180 mm. The frame is black & gilt in fairly good condition. Not examined out of the frame.

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Ref 39700 : £30


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Italy. Cathedral at Bari, Southern Italy
Sydney Maher ??
1920 - 28 x 53.5 cm

Original etching in a bevelled ivory mount. Signed by the artist in pencil in the margin. Mount window 175 x 365 mm. Working Proof.

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Ref 39494 : £12


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Jer-Falcon
Rev. F. O. Morris - A History of British Birds.
Late C19th - 26 x 33.5 cm

Original antique print hand coloured as issued. Professionally framed and glazed in Arquati moulding. Overall size 262 x 335mm, mount window 130 x 185mm. Ready to hang on the wall!

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Ref 39206 : £15


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Kite
Rev. F. O. Morris - A History of British Birds.
Late C19th - 26 x 33.5 cm

Original antique print hand coloured as issued. Professionally framed and glazed in Arquati moulding. Overall size 262 x 335mm, mount window 130 x 185mm. Ready to hang on the wall!

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Ref 39205 : £15


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Lake District. Ullswater.
Henry G. Walker. Signed in Pencil.
Early 20th century - 48 x 37 overall cm

Landscape with figures including shepherd, his collie and a flock of sheep. Original coloured Soft Ground Etching. Paper a little toned. Framed and glazed. Bevelled mount with gold hand ruling. Frame 480 x 370mm; engraved area 320 x 205mm. Not examined out of frame. Gilt frame has tiny chip from one corner and some marks from its age. Henry George Walker, 1876-1932, was born in Birmingham and attended Birmingham Municipal School of Art between 1897 and 1901. He owned his own design studio in 1907 and produced many polychrome and monochrome etchings in the early 1920s.

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Ref 39786 : £36


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Larry: Herriot Chapter 10
I saw your landing, he said. Delightful, quite delightful.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Larry: Herriot Chapter 12
I rolled the little animal on his back and then laughed.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Ref 39838 : £45


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Larry: Herriot Chapter 13
I call him Digger because he s dug large holes in the garden ever since his puppy days.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Ref 39839 : £45


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Larry: Herriot Chapter 14
the big cow .lowered her head and gently nudged him back in again.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Ref 39840 : £45


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Larry: Herriot Chapter 15
She was standing with the packet in her hand, scooping the contents into her mouth with a spoon.
1977 - 21 x 24 cm

Original pen & ink drawing by Terence Larry Parkes, 1927 – 2003, for James Herriot’s Vet in a Spin, 1977. This unique drawing by Larry was created as the chapter head illustrating a moment in the narrative from one of James Herriot's memorable books on the life of a Yorkshire vet. Principal mount window 135 x 135 mm.

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Ref 39841 : £45


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