Isaac and Ede
Maritime Prints
 
Bowles Naval Engagements

Carington Bowles.

[Naval Engagements of Admiral Rodney]
A representation of the memorable action between the British Fleet under the command of Admiral Sir George Brydges Rodney Esq. and the Spanish Fleet commanded by Don Juan De Langara off Cape St. Vincent in the evening of 16th January 1780. In the above engagement which was in tempestuous weather and shoal water Sir George captured the Phenix the finest ship in the Spanish service and five more of the line... [&] A representation of the memorable action between the British Fleet under the command of Admiral Lord Rodney and the French Fleet commanded by the Count de Grasse between the Islands of Dominica and Guadaloupe 12th April 1782. In the above action was captured the French Admiral the Count de Grasse in La Ville de Paris of 110 guns...

A pair of copper plate engravings with extraordinary watercolour and gouache colouring; published in London by Carington Bowles circa 1790.

£1750
Pair
Framed
 
Dutton Atlantic Yacht Race

Thomas DUTTON

THE START FOR THE GREAT ATLANTIC RACE
December 11th 1866 To the Commodore & Members of the New York Yacht Club, this print is respectfully dedicated by their most obedient servant, William Foster

A large scale lithograph, drawn and lithographed by Thomas Goldsworth Dutton; published in London in 1867.

£2600

Framed
 
Tomkins Copenhagen Battle

P. W. Tomkins after I. T. Serres

TO ADMIRAL SIR HYDE PARKER, Kt. COMMANDER IN CHIEF, Vice Admiral Lord Nelson and Rear Admiral Thomas Greaves, THE Captains, Officers, Seamen, Marines and Soldiers of the BRITISH FLEET, THIS PLATE representing THE ATTACK of the DANISH FLEET and BATTERIES off COPENHAGEN, the SECOND OF APRIL, 1801, Is dedicated with the greatest respect by their most Obedt. Hble. Servt. P. W. TOMKINS.

An aquatint and line engraving by Tomkins after the painting by Serres, commemorating the Battle of Copenhagen; published in London, three months after the battle, in July 1801.

SOLD
 
Ward  Duncan Camperdown

James Ward after J. Singleton Copley

THE VICTORY OF LORD DUNCAN
To the Right Honourable George John Spencer, Earl Spencer, Viscount Althorp, First Lord Commissioner of the Admiralty, Knight of the Most Noble Order of the Garter, LLD &c &c This Work is by his Lordship's permission respectfully Dedicated by his Lordship's much obliged and most humble Servant J. S. Copley

A large scale mezzotint engraving by James Ward after the painting by John Singleton Copley; published in London, August 1800.

SOLD
 
Hellyer Camperdown

Thomas Hellyer after Thomas Whitcombe

The Battle off CAMPERDOWN fought on the 11th October 1797. This plate is respectfully dedicated to LORD VISCOUNT DUNCAN, the OFFICERS and SEAMEN who so gloriously fought under the command of JOHN BRYDON.

A large aquatint engraving by Thomas Hellyer after the painting by Thomas Whitcombe; published in London in 1799.

SOLD
 
Parsons Walters Atlantic Steamship

G. Parsons after Samuel Walters

Collins Line USM Steamship ATLANTIC James West Commander

A magnificent lithograph with original hand colouring; executed by C. Parsons after the painting by Samuel Walters and published in New York in 1850.

£3500

Framed
 
Parsons Walters Scotia Steamship

C. Parsons after Samuel Walters

ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIP SCOTIA 4050 TONS, 1000 HORSE POWER. Captain C. H. E. Judkins Off Cape Race throwing overboard the New York Associated Press Parcel

A large hand coloured lithograph by Charles Parsons after Samuel Walters; published in New York by Currier and Ives in 1867.

The Scotia was the finest and the last paddle steamer to be built for trans-Atlantic service. It was built in the shipyards of Glasgow and painted when it was in dock at Liverpool. It made regular journeys across the Atlantic between Liverpool and New York. In this image the ship is pictured off the coast of Newfoundland at Cape Race.

£650

Unframed
 
Cleveley Cape Vincent

J.W. EDY after Robert Cleveley.

[Battle of Cape St Vincent.] To the Earl of St Vincent the Officers & Crew under his Lordship's Command this view of the Gallant Action...

Aquatint printed in colours and hand finished, engraved by J.W. Edy after Robert Clevelely, published by John Harris in London, 1797.

£1500

Unframed
 
Currier & Ives New York

Currier & Ives.

The Magnificent Stemship "New York" of the American Line.

Coloured lithograph published in New York by Currier & Ives circa 1893.

£650

Unframed
 
Dutton Calcutta Yacht

Thomas DUTTON

H.M.S Calcutta 84 Guns
In a gale on the 22nd April 1858, in the Gulf of Pechili, China.

Lithograph with gentle tinting; lithographed by Thomas Goldsworth Dutton after the drawing of Captain Bedwell and published by Day and Son in London circa 1860.

£750

Unframed
   
Dutton: Truant

Thomas Dutton after Samual Walters

The Model Yacht "Truant" 3½ tons. The property of R. M. Grinnell Esq. Built by Mr. R. Fish of New York 1852. The winner of three races in Liverpool and two in Ireland.

A lithograph in original hand colour by Thomas Dutton after the drawing by Samuel Walters, published in Liverpool in 1853.


£1500

Unframed
 
Isaac: Ocean Monarch

John Raphael ISAAC

OCEAN MONARCH of NEW YORK. The Ship "OCEAN MONARCH" OF NEW YORK, 2145 Tons

A tinted lithographed on wove paper, published by John Raphael Isaac in London circa 1856.

£1250

Unframed

 
Mortier: Battleship

Pierre Mortier.

Coupe dune Amiral de 104 pieces...

Copper engraving with original hand colour, published by Mortier in Amsterdam c.1700.

£650
Unframed

 
Currier: Royal Mail Steam Ship Arabia

N. CURRIER after F. Palmer

ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIP, ARABIA

A hand coloured lithograph by N. Currier after the painting by F. Palmer, published in New York in 1853.

£1,850
Framed

 
Dutton: Thunderer

Thomas Goldsworth DUTTON after N. Condy

H.M.S. THUNDERER. 84 GUNS

A hand coloured lithograph by Dutton after the painting by Condy and published by Day and Haghe circa 1850.
T. DUTTON after N. Condy.

£1,500 Framed
 
Huggins: The Falcon

Charles ROSENBERG after William HUGGINS.

The Right Honourable Lord Yarborough's Yacht, the Falcon or 351 Tons.

Aquatint printed in colours, engraved by Rosenberg after Huggins, published London 1835.

£2,250

 
Dutton: The Sibella

Thomas DUTTON

The SIBELLA, 721 TONS

By Thomas Goldsworth Dutton after his own drawings, produced by Day and Haghe and printed by William Foster in London circa 1850.

£1,650

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