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All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Engravings : Pre 1800 item #1137464 (stock #FA0018)
Exceptional hand coloring on this brilliant copper engraving by Pierre-Quentin Chedel, a noted French engraver of architecture, landscape and views. I believe it is from Prevost's , Histoire Generale des Voyages, a most influential travel book in mid 1700. Titled Nouveau Mexico, it is of a bird's eye view of Mexico City, after the Spanish Conquest, showing the results of Spanish drainage and waterworks projects...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Lithographs : Pre 1920 item #976148 (stock #FA0016)
Great subject matter, "Master Simpson" by A.W. Devis, chromolith in original gilt wood frame with convex glass. I would love this in a grouping of images of dogs. Quite handsome for such a small piece! 4 1/2" 3 3/4"
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Pre 1910 item #884782 (stock #FA0015)
Perfect for the wine conniseur! This depiction of a German wine master, pouring his glass of choice at his table ,with a plate of oysters,and a bell ready to ring for his next course! Love the oversize napkin, tucked under his chin...I think this guy knew his stuff !The title ,The Wine Taster, Original Drawing by von Profeffer Giegert . Beautifully framed and matted on a most appropriate vintage frame. Image 5" x 6", framed 9 1/2" x 11"
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Pre 1910 item #761924 (stock #FA0012)
Golfing Rule XIV and XXXI,in English and French by Charles Crombie, one of the leading cartoonists of early 1900 who cartooned the rules of golf in a series. Each print, about the rules of the game has a pun to the rule. The original coloring in these 2 prints is very good. Framed in later, most appropriate frames, with some expected wear, now have the addition of nonglare glass. Copywright of Perrier French Natural Sparkling Table Water. Circa 1905...
All Items : Fine Art : Prints : Pre 1910 item #709630 (stock #FA0006)
Signed FT Sewell 1904, this pair of Cornish Indians with hand painted colors is wonderful! They seem to have been from a poultry or bird book,with some description on the reverse side. Exotic poultry is always quite desirable, and this pair shows handsomely in their vintage frames with hanging rings on top. The mats appear to be amatuer. I just discovered some fun information about these rare birds but want to make sure it's true!