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Hunt Habbertoft Cow

Charles Hunt after B. Hubbard.

The Habertoft Short Horned Prize Cow
Bred and fed by Mr. Richd. Wright of Habertoft near Spilsbury.

An aquatint in original colour, engraved by Charles Hunt after Bennett Hubbard and published in London by Messers Fores, 1842.


Stubbs Lincolnshire Ox

George Townley Stubbs after Sir George Stubbs.

To S.r Joseph Banks Bar.t President of the Royal Society, This print of the Lincolnshire Ox is humbly dedicated by his obed.t & serv.t J.n Gibbons.

An etching with stipple engraving by George Townley Stubbs after the painting by his uncle, George Stubbs, published in London in 1791.


Bowles Droll September

Carington Bowles.


A mezzotint droll in original hand colour, published by Carington Bowles in London circa 1780.


Cruikshank Caricature Monstrosities

George Cruikshank.

Monstrosities of 1822.

A hand-coloured etching by George Cruikshank, published in London in 1822.


Heath Caricature Military

William Heath.

Military Dandies or Heroes of 1819.

An etching in vibrant original hand colour, engraved by William Heath and published by Le Petit in Dublin in 1819.


Knight Boyne Readings

Charles Knight after R. Boyne.

Comic Readings.
Tragic Readings.

A pair of colour printed stipple plate engravings by Charles Knight after the paintings by R. Boyne, published in London in 1791.

Laurie Mattocks

Robert Laurie after William Dighton.

Mrs. Mattocks.

A charming little mezzotint by Robert Laurie after William Dighton, published in London in 1780.


Watson Bunbury Billiards

Thomas Watson [&] William Dickinson after Henry Bunbury.


A stipple plate engraving printed in sepia ink, engraved by Watson and Dickinson after the drawing by Henry Bunbury and published in London in 1780.


Brock D'Oyly Carte Sorcerer

Henry Matthew Brock.

The Sorcerer.

A magnificently vibrant theatre poster produced for The D'Oyly Carte Opera Company in London in the 1920s.


Bonnefoy Children

F. Bonnefoy after W. Miller

Innocent Recreation.
Animal Affection.

An immaculate pair of colour printed etchings with additional stippling, engraved by Bonnefoy after W. Miller and published in London in 1800.

Smith Morland Genre

J. R. Smith after George Morland.

Peasant and Pigs. A Conversation.

A pair of mezzotints, engraved by J. R. Smith after the paintings by George Morland and published in London in 1803.

Thew Smirke Conjugal

Robert Thew after Robert Smirke.

Conjugal Affection.

A large-scale stipple plate engraving by Robert Thew after the painting by Robert Smirke, published in London in 1799.


Begbie Theatre Royal

Patrick Begbie after Robert Adam.

View of the New Front, towards Bridges Street, of the principal entry to the Theatre Roya Drury Lane.

A scarce etching by Patrick Begbie after the drawings of Robert Adam, published in London in 1766.


Daumont Vauxhall

Chez Daumont.

Vauxhall Gardens.

Etched on a copper plate, coloured by hand and published in Paris at the house of Daumont, circa 1760.


Reeve Holbein Great Harry

Richard Reeve [&] Robert Cruikshank after Hans Holbein.

This print from a drawing of the Great Harry in the possession of Her Royal Highness Princess Victoria by R. Cruikshank…

A large-scale, hand coloured aquatint by Richard Reeve and Robert Cruikshank after the painting by Hans Holbein, published in London in 1834.


Turner Reinagle Mundy

Charles Turner after Philip Reinagle.

Francis Noel Clarke Mundy Esq and his Grandson, William Mundy of Markeaton near Derby.

A group portrait executed in mezzotint, engraved by Charles Turner after the painting by Philip Reinagle and published in London in 1810.


Green Hoppner Chatham

Valentine Green after John Hoppner.

John, Earl Chatham K.G.
Lord President of the Council &c &c &c.

A half-length mezzotint portrait by Valentine Green after John Hoppner RA, published in London in 1799.


Smith Danloux Duncan

J. R. Smith after H. P. Danloux.

The Right Hon.ble Admiral Lord Viscount Duncan when Victorious at Camperdown.

Mezzotint, printed in colours and hand finished, by J. R. Smith after the painting by Danloux, published in London circa 1800.


Hassell Reinagle Fishing

John Hassell & William Nicholls after Philip Reinagle.


A scarce proof, an aquatint by John Hassell and William Nicholls after the painting by Philip Reinagle: published in London, 1814.


Helme Grouse Shooting

T. Helme.

Grouse Shooting.

An aquatint in original hand colour published by T. Helme in London circa 1870.


Hunt Pollard Carriage Hyde Park

John Harris after James Pollard

The Four-in-Hand Club. Hyde Park

A large-scale aquatint engraved by John Harris after the painting by James Pollard and published in London in 1838.


Picken Rowing Thames

Thomas Picken & George Winter after Martin.

The Pride of the River.

A most unusual and scarce lithograph in original hand colour, lithographed by Picken and Winter after the drawing by Martin and published in London circa 1860.


Giles Wethers Sheep

John West Giles after H. Strafford

Four Prize Wethers
Bred and fed by Edward George Barnard Esq., M.P. of Gosfield Hall, Essex.

A charming lithograph in original hand colour drawn on stone by J. W. Giles after the painting by H, Strafford and published in London by Messers Fores circa 1840.


Whessell Durham Ox

John Whessell after John Boultbee

The Durham Ox.
To The Right Honorable Lord Somerville, This Print is with great respect humbly dedicated, by his Lordship's most obedt. humble Servant John Day. This wonderful Animal is now the property of Mr. John Day of Harmston, near Lincoln, and was March 20 1802, six years old. Subscriptions taken for this Print in the first Year, amounted to two thousand and upwards, from whence the Public opinion of this beautiful Animal may well be ascertained…

A stipple plate engraving partially printed in colour and finished by hand; engraved by Whessell after Boultbee and published in London in 1802.


Edwards Cockatoo

Johann Michael Seligmann after George Edwards

The Grand Black Cockatoo

An etching in original hand colour; engraved by J. M. Seligmann after the drawings by George Edwards and published in George Edwards' famous ornithological work, A Natural History of Uncommon Birds, in London between 1748 and 1764.


Walters Liverpool Mersey

Thomas Picken after Samuel Walters

The Port of Liverpool 1875

A large-scale lithograph in original hand colour; drawn on stone by Thomas Picken after the painting by Samuel Walters and published in Bootle, on the Mersey, in 1875.


Fores Caricature Cheltenham

Fores [William Heath]

Effects of the Cheltenham Waters or tis necessary to quicken your motions.. .after the second glass, get home as fast as you can.

This amusing etching with original hand colour is unattributed but thought to be the work of William Heath. It was published in London by Fores in 1823.


Jones Marlborough Theatricals

John Jones after J. Roberts

Pair of Marlborough Theatricals

Plate 1
Hon. Richard Edgcumbe in the character of Young Clackitt
Lord William Russell in the character of Mr. Heartly
Lady Caroline Spencer in the character of Harriet

Plate 2
Lady Charlotte Spencer in the character of Miss Rivers
Lord Charles Spencer in the character of Colonel Rivers

A pair of mezzotint engravings by John Jones after Roberts; published in London in 1788.

Duterreau Morland Stipples

Duterreau after George Morland

The Farmer's Door [&] The Squire's Door

A pair of decorative stipple plate engravings printed in sepia ink. Engraved by the French stipple engraver, Duterreau after the paintings by George Morland and published in London in 1790.

Gaugain Boy Girl

Thomas Gaugain after Richard Westall

A Peasant Boy [&] A Girl returning from milking

A charming pair of colour printed, stipple plate engravings by Thomas Gaugain after the paintings by Richard Westall, published in London circa 1790.

Young Stothard Mezzotints

John Young after Thomas Stothard

The Benevolent Tar [&] Maternal Enjoyment

A large-scale pair of colour printed mezzotint engravings by John Young after Thomas Stothard; published in London in 1802.


Bowles London Thames

Thomas Bowles

The South West Prospect of London
From Somerset Gardens to the Tower

An etching in striking original hand colour, drawn and engraved by Thomas Bowles and published by Carington Bowles in London circa 1750.


Baston Maritime British Navy

Thomas Baston

The British Navy

The Royal Ann, a first rate ship carrying 100 Guns and 780 Men
The Royal Sovereign, a first rate Ship carrying 100 Guns and 850 Men
The Barfleur, a second rate ship carrying 90 Guns and 680 Men with a view of the Squadron Commanded by Lord Torrington in the Mediterranean

A fascinating group of three etchings in bold original colour depicting various battle ships in the Royal Navy. Engraved by Baston, Harris and Sartor after the designs of Thomas Baston and published in London circa 1760.

Set of 3
Catton Morland Shooting

Charles Catton after George Morland

Partridge Shooting [&] Snipe Shooting

A very decorative pair of shooting prints engraved in stipple, partly printed in coloured inks, and finished by hand. Engraved by Charles Catton after the paintings by George Morland and published in London circa 1790.

Harris Herring Fox Hunting

John Harris after John Francis Herring

Fox Hunting

The Meet
The Start
The Run
The Death

A very decorative set of hand-coloured aquatints by John Harris and Charles Quentery after the paintings by J. F. Herring Senior; published in London in 1857.

Set of 4
Hunt Shooting

George Hunt after S. J. E. Jones

1st of September and 1st of October

Plates 1 -4

A scarce set of four aquatints in original hand colour; engraved by George Hunt after the paintings by Samuel John Egbert Jones and published in London in 1827.

Set of 4
Pollard Fly Fishing

James Pollard

Fly Fishing

A hand-coloured copper engraving by James Pollard with aquatinting by Reeve and Himeley first published in London in 1825 but this impression slightly later, circa 1850.


Pollard Dash

Robert Pollard after Sawrey Gilpin

DASH, A valuable Pointer in the possession of Coll Thornton

A black and white etching with aquatint; engraved by Pollard after Gilpin and published in London in 1788.


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