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All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Etchings : Pre 1837 VR item #1355968 (stock #TBD00227)
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$1,400.00
A large aquatint with hand coloring titled, “LORD NELSON’S FUNERAL PROCESSION BY WATER, FROM GREENWICH HOSPITAL TO WHITE HALL, JAN.8TH, 1806.” The print was published March 1 1806 by Edward Orme. The following are printed on the print, “Turner pinxt.” Lower left, “Published and sold March 1 1806, by Edwd. Orme Engraver_Printseller to the King and Royal Family, 59 Bond Street London.” center and “J. Clark & H. Merke sculp.” lower right...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Pre 1940 item #1336462 (stock #TBD00224)
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$150.00
Leon Dolice American (1892-1960) etching printed in green of Washington Square Park in the Village in New York city. Signed in pencil lower right, “Dolice” and located in pencil lower left, “Washington Square N.Y.” Good crisp print, overall size 13 1/8 by 9 5/8 inches. The image 11 by 8 inches. Including mat 15 7/8 bb 12 3/8...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Etchings : Pre 1800 item #1333168 (stock #TBD00217)
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$600.00
A large etching titled, “Veduta della Gran Curia Innocenziana,” (View of the Palazzo di Monetcitorio) part of Giovanni Battista Piranesi’s folio of Views of Rome, first published in 1752. The etchings were often reproduced, but this one has both the correct heavy laid paper with appropriate watermark and the center crease where it was folded into the original folio. It has good margins beyond the plate mark. Sheet size 21 ¼ x 29 ¾ inches (54 x 75.4 cm)...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1900 item #1333166 (stock #TBD00216)
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$60.00
From a set of lithographs, Paris Dans sa Splenour, published in 1861, titled, “LE NOUVEAU LOUVRE/Vue prise du Palais Tuileries.” The printer and lithographer are shown in details of the lower left and right corners. The image without printing is 9 7/8 by 14 ½ inches (25 x 27 cm), the page 13 ¼ by 19 ¼ inches (34 x 49 cm).

Condition; some rubbing to the surface and some of what look to be ink spots...

All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1800 item #1333136 (stock #TBD00215)
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Very large 18th century stipple engraving of a fashionable crowd under the trees in the park with Buckingham house (later altered to become Buckingham Palace) in the background. Titled, “The Promenade in St. James Park,” it was engraved by F. D. Soiron, designed by Edward Dayes in 1790 and published by T. Gaugain in London in 1793. This image is the original print with hand coloring. Sight size 18 by 26 inches, frame 27 ¼ by 35 ¼ inches.

Condition: some discoloration and minor foxing...

All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1900 item #1324853 (stock #TBD00210)
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$90.00
A hand colored lithograph of the interior of a dark house with a fire and a man lighting a candle with the title, “INTERIOR OF THE CHIEF’HOUSE AT THE KURDISH VILLAGE OF ESPINDAR.” In the lower left under the border is printed, “R.CLIVE, DEL.” and lower right DICKINSON AND CO LITH.” Image with border 7 ¼ inches (18 cm) tall and 10 inches (25.5 cm) wide. With title 8 ½ inches (21.5 cm) tall...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1900 item #1324850 (stock #TBD00209)
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$90.00
One of 12 lithographs published by Ackermann London, in 1840/41 as part of a portfolio, “12 Views in the Interior of Guiana.” The original sketches were made by John Morrison who accompanied Sir Robert Hermann Schomburgk on the exploration into what would become British Guiana. The sketches were developed by Charles Bentley into the drawings that were the basis for the lithographs...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1900 item #1324848 (stock #TBD00208)
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$90.00
A hand colored lithograph of the town with the fortress in the background of Van in western Turkey. This lithograph is from 'Sketches between the Persian Gulf & Black Sea', 24 plates, Dickinson Bros., London 1852. Titled, “FORTRESS AND TOWN OF VAN.” Lower left inscribed, “R.CLIVE, DEL.” And lower right, DICKINSON AND CO LITH.” Image with border 9 5/8 inches (24.5 cm) tall by 14 ½ (37 cm) wide. With title 10 1/8 inches (26 cm) tall...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1900 item #1324847 (stock #TBD00207)
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$90.00
One of 12 lithographs published by Ackermann London, in 1840/41 as part of a portfolio, “12 Views in the Interior of Guiana.” The original sketches were made by John Morrison who accompanied Sir Robert Hermann Schomburgk on the exploration into what would become British Guiana. The sketches were developed by Charles Bentley into the drawings that were the basis for the lithographs. Printed in black with hand coloring.

This lithograph depicts mountains in the Pakaraima chain...

All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1900 item #1324798 (stock #TBD00206)
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$90.00
Lithograph Roman Ruin in desert published London 1852 A hand colored lithograph of a group of travelers with camels stopped for a meal break with a ruined omphalos in the distance. This lithograph is from 'Sketches between the Persian Gulf & Black Sea', 24 plates, Dickinson Bros., London 1852. Titled, “ROMAN RUIN IN THE DESERT ON THE WAY TO PALMYRA.” Also l.l. “R.CLIVE, DEL.” and l.r.” DICKINSON AND CO LITH.” Image with border 9 inches (23cm) tall by 13 ¾ inches (35 cm) wide...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1700 item #1299039 (stock #TBD00177)
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$350.00
A large engraving of a mythological scene of Venus after her bath getting ready for a date with Adonis. The print was made by Etienne Baudet the French engraver who also worked in Rome. It is dated 1672. The print is after one of a series of 4 paintings by Francesco Albani that were commissioned by the Duke of Mantua in 1621. The painting that is the source of this print is now in the Louvre. Sight size 23 ¼ by 27 inches (59 by 68 cm), overall 28 ¼ by 32 ¼ inches (72 by 82 cm). The painter an...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1900 item #1297248 (stock #TDB00175)
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$80.00
The Boydell Gallery of paintings from Shakespeare must have been an amazing site in fashionable London in the early 19th century. The publisher, John Boydell, commissioned some of the leading artists of the day to paint scenes from Shakespeare and to display the paintings at the publishers Shakespeare Gallery in Pall Mall. The Gallery published large prints after the paintings in a portfolio that reached 72 prints. The printing plates were bought in the middle of the 19th century by Shearjashub ...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1800 item #1260153 (stock #TBD00146)
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$240.00
A print titled, “LE DEPART D’UNE FIORE” on heavy paper with the colors brown blue red/pink and black on white paper. Sometimes I find it difficult to determine if the colors have been applied to a single plate or if the print has been made with a separate plate for each color. This print feels as if it was printed with more than one plate because of the mixing of colors in some places and the clean separation in others. Bonnet was an early printer using separate plates, which is the more t...