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Decorative Prints: 
Modern Art, Natural History & Botanicals, Nautical, Sports & Games

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.15 = US-$ 1.25


MODERN ART  -  ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPHS

 

ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1786. Borès, Francisco. VERVE: ‘LES QUATRE ELEMENTS - La terre’. Original colour lithograph by Francisco Borès, signed and dated in the stone. Paris, Teriade December 1937 [30920]
32 x 24 cm (image), paper size: 35 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £240
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 1. - Francisco Borès (1898 - 1972), Spanish painter, flourishing in Paris.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1788. Chagall, Marc. VERVE: ‘PRINTEMPS’. Original colour lithograph by Marc Chagall. Paris, Teriade June 1938 [27156]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white original lithograph by Chagall, signed in the stone ‘Chagall Marc’. £700
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 3. - Marc Chagall (1887 - 1985), Russian-French artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1789. Kandinsky, Wassily. VERVE: ‘COMÈTES’. Original colour lithograph by Wassily Kandinsky, monogrammed and dated in the stone. Paris, Teriade March 1938 [27155]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white original lithograph by Kandinsky. £360
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 2. - Wassily Kandinsky (Moscow 1866 - Neuilly-sur-Seine 1944), Russian painter and art teacher.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1790. Kandinsky, Wassily. VERVE: ‘ÉTOILES’. Original colour lithograph by Wassily Kandinsky, monogrammed and dated in the stone. Paris, Teriade March 1938 [27153]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white original lithograph by Kandinsky. £360
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 2. - Wassily Kandinsky (Moscow 1866 - Neuilly-sur-Seine 1944), Russian painter and art teacher.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1791. Klee, Paul. VERVE: ‘SOMMEIL D’HIVER’. Original colour lithograph by Paul Klee, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade June 1938 [27159]
23 x 34 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white original lithograph by Klee. £360
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 3. - Paul Klee (1879 - 1940), Swiss-German artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1792. Klee, Paul. VERVE: [TETE D’ENFANT]. Original colour lithograph by Paul Klee. Paris, Teriade 1938 [30925]
32 x 23 cm (image), paper size: 35 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white full page original lithograph ‘Jeune femme’ by Matisse, signed and dated in the stone. £360
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 5-6. - Paul Klee (1879 - 1940), Swiss-German artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1793. Leger, Fernand. VERVE: ‘LES QUATRE ELEMENTS - L’Eau’. Original colour lithograph by Fernand Leger, signed and dated in the stone. Paris, Teriade December 1937 [30918]
29 x 24 cm (image), paper size: 35 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £240
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 1. - Fernand Leger (1881 - 1955), French painter and sculptor.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1794. Masson, André. VERVE: ‘LUNE’. Original colour lithograph by André Masson, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade March 1938 [27157]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white original lithograph by Masson. £300
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 2. - André Masson (1896 - 1987), French artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1795. Masson, André. VERVE: ‘SOLEIL’. Original colour lithograph by André Masson, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade March 1938 [27158]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white original lithograph by Masson. £300
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 2. - André Masson (1896 - 1987), French artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1797. Matisse, Henri. VERVE: [LA DANSE]. Original colour lithograph by Henri Matisse, initialled in the stone verso. Paris, Teriade November 1938 [29287]
33 x 38 cm (image), paper size 35 x 52 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Two original monochrome lithographs of figures of skaters (?) by Matisse. £500
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 4. - Henri Matisse (1869-1954), French painter and sculptor.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1798. Miró, Joan. VERVE: ‘L’ÉTÉ’. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miró, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade June 1938 [27160]
35 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white original lithograph by Miró. £450
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 3. - Joan Miró (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1799. Miró, Joan. VERVE: ‘LES QUATRE ELEMENTS - L’Air’. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miró, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade December 1937 [30919]
35 x 26 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £450
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 1. - Joan Miró (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1800. Rattner, Abraham. VERVE: ‘L’AUTUMN’. Original colour lithograph by Abraham Rattner, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade June 1938 [27154]
34 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. Verso: Black/white small original lithograph by Rattner. £180
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 3. - Abraham Rattner (1893 - 1978), American artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1801. Rattner, Abraham. VERVE: ‘LES QUATRE ELEMENTS - Le feu’. Original colour lithograph by Abraham Rattner, signed in the stone. Paris, Teriade December 1937 [30917]
35 x 25 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £180
Published: Verve Vol. 1 / No. 1. - Abraham Rattner (1893 - 1978), American artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1804. Tériade, Efstratios. ‘VERVE. Revue Artistique et Littéraire...’. Vol. 1, No. 3. Numerous colour prints, but lacking the four colour lithographs ‘Les corps célestes’ by Kandinsky and Masson. Paris, Tériade June 1938 [30928]
35 x 26 cm. 114 pages. Text complete. Front and back cover: Original double page colour lithograph by Pierre Bonnard. £120
Tériade is the pen name of Efstratios Eleftheriades (1897-1983), Greek native flourishing in Paris, art critic, patron, and significant publisher. - Pierre Bonnard (1867-1947), French painter, illustrator and printmaker.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1805. Tériade, Efstratios. ‘VERVE. Revue Artistique et Littéraire...’. Vol. 1, No. 4. Numerous colour prints and original lithographs (two by André Derain), but lacking the double page colour lithograph ‘La Danse’ by Henri Matisse. Paris, Tériade November 1938 [30929]
35 x 26 cm. 134 pages. Text complete. Front and back cover: Two original full page colour lithographs by Georges Rouault. £120
Tériade is the pen name of Efstratios Eleftheriades (1897-1983), Greek native flourishing in Paris, art critic, patron, and significant publisher. - Georges Henri Rouault (1871-1958), French painter, draughtsman and print artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1806. Tériade, Efstratios. ‘VERVE. Revue Artistique et Littéraire...’. Vol. 1, No. 5-6. Numerous colour prints and original lithographs, but lacking colour lithographs by Bonnard, Braque, Klee, Matisse and Rouault. Paris, Tériade 1938 [30930]
35 x 26 cm. 134 pages. Text complete. Front and back cover: Two original full page colour lithographs by Aristide Maillol. £120
Tériade is the pen name of Efstratios Eleftheriades (1897-1983), Greek native flourishing in Paris, art critic, patron, and significant publisher. - Joseph Bonaventure Maillol (1861-1944), French sculptor, painter, and printmaker.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1807. Derain, A. ‘AU JARDIN D’ALLAH’. Original colour lithograph by André Derain 1938 [29289] 36 x 26 cm (sheet size). Unsigned. Published by Mourlot in Paris for Verve Vol 1, No 4. Excellent condition. £100
There are two further smaller original colour lithographs by Derain on the reverse (tree and landscape). Original four text pages (91-94) included. - André Derain (1880-1954), French artist, painter, sculptor and co-founder of Fauvism with Henri Matisse.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1808. Derain, A. ‘[AU JARDIN D’ALLAH]’. Original colour lithograph by André Derain 1938 [29290] 36 x 26 cm (sheet size). Signed in the stone “à mon ami le Docteur J. C. Mardrus, A. Derain”. Published by Mourlot in Paris for Verve Vol 1, No 4. Excellent condition. £100
There is a further smaller original colour lithograph by Derain on the reverse (tree). - André Derain (1880-1954), French artist, painter, sculptor and co-founder of Fauvism with Henri Matisse. - Jean-Charles Mardrus (1868-1949) was the French translator of the Thousand and One Nights.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1809. Le Gallienne, R. ‘THE QUEST OF THE GOLDEN GIRL’. Advertisement for Richard Le Gallienne’s novel The Quest of the Golden Girl (1896), which appeared as plate No. 128 in the series published in Les Maîtres de l’Affiche, Paris ca. 1897 [27432] Coloured lithograph by Ethel Reed. 33 x 23 cm. Excellent condition. £100
Maîtres de l'Affiche (Masters of the Poster) refers to 256 color lithographic plates used to create an art publication during the Belle Époque in Paris, France. The collection, reproduced from the original works of ninety-seven artists in a smaller 11 x 15 inch format, was put together by Jules Chéret, the father of poster art.
The varied selection of prints were sold in packages of four and delivered monthly to subscribers. On sixteen occasions during the selling period between December 1895 through November 1900, the monthly package included a bonus of a specially created lithograph.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1811. Miro, J. [AUX JARDINS DE MIRO]. Original double page colour lithograph by Joan Miro. Published for Derriere le Mirroir #29-30 1950 [29561] 37 x 54 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £360
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1812. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro from Derriere le Mirroir ca. 1950 [29563] 37 x 27 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £360
Further untitled full page yellow/black lithograph verso. - Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1813. Miro, J. [UNTITLED]. Original colour lithograph by Joan Miro. Cover for Derriere le Mirroir ca. 1952 [29569] 36 x 27 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £240
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1814. Miro, J. [MIRO - ARTIGAS]. Original double page colour lithograph by Joan Miro. Cover for Derriere le Mirroir #85-87 1956 [29565] 37 x 54 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £360
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1815. Miro, J. ‘GRAND TERRES DE FEU’. Original double page colour lithograph by Joan Miro from Derriere le Mirroir #87-89 1956 [29567] 37 x 55 cm. Unframed. Printed in colours. Excellent condition. £360
Joan Miro (1893 - 1983), Spanish Catalan artist.
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ORIGINAL COLOUR LITHOGRAPH:
1818. Thompson, A. ‘PAN, A JOURNAL OF SATIRE’. Title page and advertisement for the satirical magazine Pan (edited by Alfred Thompson), published as plate No. 81 in the series Les Maîtres de l’Affiche, Paris ca. 1897 [27431] Coloured lithograph. 28 x 23 cm. Excellent condition. £100
Maîtres de l'Affiche (Masters of the Poster) refers to 256 color lithographic plates used to create an art publication during the Belle Époque in Paris, France. The collection, reproduced from the original works of ninety-seven artists in a smaller 11 x 15 inch format, was put together by Jules Chéret, the father of poster art.
The varied selection of prints were sold in packages of four and delivered monthly to subscribers. On sixteen occasions during the selling period between December 1895 through November 1900, the monthly package included a bonus of a specially created lithograph.
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NATURAL HISTORY & BOTANICALS

 

AMERICAN EAGLE:
1819. Seligmann, Johann Michael. ‘DER WEISGESCHWÄNZTE ADLER’. The white-tailed American Eagle. One of the best illustrations from the collection of over two hundred birds by Mark Catesby and George Edwards. Nurenberg ca. 1749 [24362] Original hand-coloured copper engraving, 25 x 20 cm. £175
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AMERICAN FALCON:
1820. Seligmann, Johann Michael. ‘DER GEFLECKTE FALCK’. The spotted American Falcon. One of the best illustrations from the collection of over two hundred birds by Mark Catesby and George Edwards. Nurenberg ca. 1749 [24363] Original hand-coloured copper engraving, 25 x 20 cm. £125
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AMERICAN FALCON:
1821. Seligmann, Johann Michael. ‘DER SCHWARZE FALCK’. The Black Falcon. One of the best illustrations from the collection of over two hundred birds by Mark Catesby and George Edwards. Nurenberg ca. 1749 [24364] Original hand-coloured copper engraving, 25 x 20 cm. £125
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FRUIT:
1822. Gerarde, J. ‘THE PEARE ROYALL’, ‘THE BURGOMOT PEARE’, ‘THE QUINCE PEARE’, ‘THE BISHOPS PEARE’. Four illustrations of pears on one page. Text and two more illustrations verso. John Gerarde 1597 [24228] 29 x 18 cm. Original 16th century woodcut with original hand colouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £90
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
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FRUIT:
1823. Gerarde, J. ‘THE ORANGE TREE’, ‘THE ASSYRIAN APPLE TREE’. Two illustrations on one page with text. John Gerarde 1597 [24229] 29 x 18 cm. Original 16th century woodcut with original hand colouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £90
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
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FRUIT:
1824. Gerarde, J. ‘THE KING OF APPLES’, ‘THE QUINING, OR QUEENE OF APPLES’, ‘THE SOMMER PEAREMAINE’, ‘THE WINTER PEAREMAINE’. Four illustrations of apples on one page. Text and two more illustrations verso. John Gerarde 1597 [24230] 29 x 18 cm. Original 16th century woodcut with original hand colouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £120
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
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FLOWERS:
1871. Buchoz, Pierre-Joseph. ‘FRAGARIA VESCA PRATENSIS. LE FRUIT DU FRAISIER’. A beautiful bunch of strawberries. Paris, ca. 1783 [30147] 32 x 21 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £320
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FLOWERS:
1872. Buchoz, Pierre-Joseph. ‘HIBISCUS FRATERNUS - L’OKKERUM OU L’ATHEA’. A beautiful Hibiscus. Paris, ca. 1783 [30148] 32 x 21 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. Very slightly foxed at bottom edge and outside borders. £240
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FLOWERS:
1873. Buchoz, Pierre-Joseph. ‘CONVOLVULUS GLABER - AUBLET, LE LISERON LUISANT DE CAYENNE’. Small-flowered bindweed. Paris, ca. 1783 [30149] 32 x 21 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £150
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FLOWERS:
1874. Buchoz, Pierre-Joseph. ‘CARICA PAPAYA - PAPAYE MALE’. Paris, ca. 1783 [30150] 32 x 21 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £150
Carica papaya can be used for treatment of a numerous diseases like warts, corns, sinuses, eczema, cutaneous tubercles, glandular tumors, blood pressure, dyspepsia, constipation, amenorrhoea and general debility.
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FLOWERS:
1876. Buchoz, Pierre-Joseph. ‘VERBESINA CALENDULACEA - LE SOUCY HIULEUX’. Paris, ca. 1783 [30152] 32 x 21 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. Slight repair top left corner, outside image. £150
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FLOWERS:
1877. Buchoz, Pierre-Joseph. ‘COSTUS ARABICUS. - LE COSTUS D’ARABIE’. Paris, ca. 1783 [30153] 32 x 21 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £150
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FLOWERS:
1879. Buchoz, Pierre-Joseph. ‘ARISTOLOCHIA PILEIFORMIS. - ARISTOLOCHE EN FORME DE CHAPEAU’. Paris, ca. 1783 [30155] 32 x 21 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £150
A selection of beautiful plants and flowers from LE JARDIN D'EDEN, LE PARADIS TERRESTRE which are planted in the Queens garden in Paris.
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FLOWERS:
1880. Curtis, William. ‘ORCHIS FUSCA’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. First edition. London
1775-1798
[30156] 44 x 25 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £120
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FLOWERS:
1881. Curtis, William. ‘GALEOPSIS VERSICOLOR’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. First edition. London
1775-1798
[30157] 35 x 24 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £120
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FLOWERS:
1882. Curtis, William. ‘HELLEBORUS VIRIDIS’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. First edition. London
1775-1798
[30159] 40 x 254cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £120
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FLOWERS:
1883. Curtis, William. ‘SAPONARIA OFFICINALIS’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. First edition. London
1775-1798
[30160] 39 x 24 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £120
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FLOWERS:
1884. Curtis, William. ‘SPARTIUM SCOPARIUM’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. First edition. London
1775-1798
[30161] 41 x 29 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £120
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FLOWERS:
1885. Curtis, William. ‘DIPSACUS SYLVESTRIS’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. First edition. London
1775-1798
[30162] 44 x 25 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. Small crease just inside image - top right. £120
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FLOWERS:
1886. Curtis, William. ‘ROSA RUBRIGINOSA’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. Second edition. London
1817-1835
[30164] 25 x 20 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £120
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FLOWERS:
1887. Curtis, William. ‘ROSA ARVENSIS’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. Second edition. London
1817-1835
[30166] 30 x 24 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £120
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FLOWERS:
1888. Curtis, William. ‘CYPRIPEDIUM CALCEOLUS’. From ‘Flora Londinensis’. Second edition. London
1817-1835
[30168] 30 x 24 cm. Copper engraving. Original colour. £120
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NAUTICAL / SHIPS

 

SAILING SHIPS:
1826. Anonymous. ‘A CHANGE OF WIND IN THE DOWNS: MERCHANTMEN MAKING FOR THE THAMES’. Sailing ship under full sails and several more trailing. Woodengraving for Illustrated London News 1858 [27697] 35 x 23 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £80
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SAILING SHIPS:
1827. Anonymous. ‘THE GREAT SHIP-RACE FROM CHINA TO LONDON: THE TEAPING AND THE ARIEL OFF THE LIZARD’. Two sailing ships under full sails. Woodengraving for Illustrated London News 1866 [27696] 24 x 35 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90
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SAILING SHIPS:
1828. Clover, S. ‘THE TURKISH NAVY QUADRILLES’. Sheet music cover (with music arranged by Stephen Clover), showing the Turkish Fleet just outside a Turkish city after a drawing by Augustus Butler. Published by Stannard and Dixon, London ca 1860 [29777] 34 x 24 cm (image 17 x 22 cm). Tinted lithograph. £100
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SAILING SHIPS  - DOVER:
1829. [Cleveley, John]. ‘A FIRST RATE IN A LIGHT BREEZE WITH A VIEW OF DOVER’. No 3 from a set of thirty one engravings printed for Carrington Bowles, London 1770 [29773] 16 x 27 cm. Full colour copper engraving., laid on board. £120
‘First rate’ was the designation used by the Royal Navy for its largest ships of the line, equivalent to the 'super-dreadnought' of more recent times. By the end of the eighteenth century, a ‘first-rate’ routinely carried 100 guns and more than 850 crew, and had a measurement (burthen) tonnage of some 2,000 tons.
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SAILING SHIPS - TRAFALGAR:
1830. De Martino, E. ‘THE FIRST SHOT AT TRAFALGAR: THE “VICTORY” GOING INTO ACTION, NOON, OCT. 21, 1805’.’ The ‘Victory’ under full sails with more warships trailing in the background. Woodengraving by Edoardo De Martino, published as a supplement by The Graphic 1893 [28122] 45 x 30 cm. Uncoloured wood engraving. Excellent condition. £80
Edoardo De Martino (1838 Naples - 1912 London), marine painter, resided in Cowes, was given the title of Marine Painter Ordinary to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. There are four different painted versions of the Battle of Trafalgar in the Royal Collections.
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SHIPS:
1831. Anonymous. ‘THE SCOTTISH YACHT “THISTLE” & ‘THE AMERICAN YACHT “VOLUNTEER”. Two full page illustrations of the yachts competing for the America Cup. Images also of the owner, designer and captain of each ship. ‘Volunteer’ was an American racing yacht built in 1887 for the America's Cup races. She was the victorious American defender of the seventh America's Cup match that same year against Scottish challenger ‘Thistle’. London ca. 1912 [29780] Each image 32 x 24 cm. Tinted lithographs. £350
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SHIPS:
1832. Bunting, J. G. ‘L’AIGLE QUADRILLE. Composed and arranged for the Pianoforte and most respectfully dedicated by permission to the Right Honourable Lord Clarence Paget ... and PUBLISHED FOR THE BENEFIT OF THE WIDOW AND FIVE YOUNG CHILDREN OF LEGGATT GARDNER COKER, late tidewaiter at the port of Rochester, who was killed on board Her Majesty’s Ship L’Aigle, Captn. Lord Clarence Paget, on the 25th day of August 1845 at Chatham, by the falling of the starboard main top mast studding sail boom, his family are thereby left entirely destitute of support there being no pension allowed her’. Illustrated music cover (with music by a brother Officer). Published by J.G. Bunting, Troy Town ca. 1845 [29776] 34 x 24 cm. Uncoloured lithograph. £120
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SHIPS:
1833. Chevalier Eduardo De Martino. ‘THE ‘VICTORY’ BREAKS THE LINE: THE MOMENT OF NELSON’S DEATH’. A dramatic scene at sea with the ships ‘Ajax’, ‘Santissima Trinidad’, ‘Bucentaure’, ‘Victory’ and ‘Redoubtable’. Supplement with The Graphic 1897 [28121] 30 x 53 cm. Grey tinted engraving. £100
The Battle of Trafalgar (21 October 1805) was a naval engagement fought by the British Royal Navy against the combined fleets of the French Navy and Spanish Navy, during the War of the Third Coalition (August–December 1805) of the Napoleonic Wars (1803–1815). During this last battle Nelson was mortally wounded, becoming one of Britain's greatest war heroes. Edoardo De Martino (1838 Naples - 1912 London), marine painter, resided in Cowes, was given the title of Marine Painter Ordinary to Her Majesty Queen Victoria. There are four different painted versions of the Battle of Trafalgar in the Royal Collections.
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SHIPS:
1834. Concanen & Lee. ‘THE OUTWARD-BOUND’. Superb image of a sailing ship. Illustrated music cover (with music by J.W. Williams). Published by John Blockley, London ca. 1858 [29774] 32 x 22 cm. Full coloured lithograph by Concanen & Lee. £120
Title cropped at top.
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SHIPS:
1835. Concanen & Lee. ‘NANCY LEE WALTZ’. Superb image of a sailing ship. Illustrated music cover (with music by Fred Löffler). Published by Boosey & Co, London ca. 1858 [29775] 32 x 22 cm. Full coloured lithograph by Concanen & Lee. £120
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SHIPS:
1836. De Martino, E. ‘THE NEW ROYAL YACHT “VICTORIA AND ALBERT” LAUNCHED BY THE DUCHESS OF YORK AT PEMBROKE DOCKYARD’. Drawn by Eduardo De Martino and published as a supplement by The Graphic 1899 [29683] 34 x 50 cm. Full colour lithograph. Excellent condition. £120
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SHIPS:
1837. Illustrated London News. TYPES OF THE ROYAL NAVY OF GREAT BRITAIN. Attractive engraving of various Ironclad ships by I. R. Wells, July 24th. Illustrated London News 1886 [21613] 34 x 102 cm. Chromolitho print in tasteful colours. Usually sold with a companion piece with the same title but dated August 7th, but here available separately. £75
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SHIPS:
1838. Illustrated London News. TYPES OF THE ROYAL NAVY OF GREAT BRITAIN. Attractive engraving of various Ironclad ships by I. R. Wells, Aug. 7th. Illustrated London News 1886 [21614] 34 x 102 cm. Chromolitho print in tasteful colours. Usually sold with a companion piece with the same title dated July 24th, but here available separately. £75
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SHIPS:
1839. Illustrated London News. TYPES OF THE NAVY AT THE ROYAL NAVAL REVIEW AT SPITHEAD, JULY 23. Illustrated London News 1887 [21612] 34 x 100 cm. Chromolitho print in attractive colours. Folded. £75
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SPORTS & GAMES

 

AMERICAN FOOTBALL:
1841. Paget, H. M. ‘A RUGBY FOOTBALL MATCH AS PLAYED IN THE UNITED STATES: YALE V. COLUMBIA’. Lively American Football scene, drawn after a sketch by Henry Fullwood by H. M. Paget 1901 [24164] 30 x 51 cm. Large double page wood engraving. Full hand colouring. £225
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AMERICAN FOOTBALL:
1842. The Graphic. ‘RUGBY FOOTBALL AS PLAYED IN THE UNITED STATES’. Lively American Football scene. From an Instantaneous Photograph by J. Burton, New York. The Graphic 1897 [25606] 20 x 31 cm. Full original colour, incl. cartouches. Excellent condition. £125
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ATHLETICS:
1843. The Graphic. ‘THE FINISH OF THE MILE RACE - A DEAD HEAT’. The Graphic 1879 [24811] Hand coloured wood engraving, 30 x 50 cm. £90
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CALISTHENICS:
1845. Monticelli, A. UNTITLED. Scene in most probably a Turkish Bath where young men are taking part in ‘fitness training’. Engraved by A. Biasioli after A. Monticelli ca. 1825 [24515] Full colour aquatint, 19 x 26 cm. £100
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GAMBLING:
1846. Beraud, J. ‘THE GAMBLING ROOMS AT MONTE CARLO’ - “RIEN NE VA PLUS”. The crowded roulette room at Monte Carlo casino. The Graphic 1890 [24812] Hand coloured wood engraving, 33 x 50 cm. £150
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GOLF:
1847. Gilbert, F. ‘THE ROYAL AND ANCIENT GAME OF GOLF’. Six golf scenes on one page. London 1877 [20802] Wood engraving by Harral after Gilbert. 30 x 23 cms. Recent hand colouring. £90
Frederick Gilbert (fl. 1862-1877), British painter, watercolourist and illustrator.
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GOLF:
1848. Finnemore. ‘A TOURNAMENT OF THE TROON GOLF CLUB, SCOTLAND’. Eight scenes from the Scottish golf links. The Graphic 1887 [23925] Hand-coloured wood engraving by Finnemore. 30 x 23 cms. £100
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GOLF:
1850. Robinson, T. ‘THE ST. ANDREWS LADIES GOLF CLUB’. Eight scenes from the famous Scottish club. Illustrated London News 1889 [22902] Wood engraving by Robinson, 33 x 22 cm. Hand coloured. £90
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HORSE RIDING ON THE BEACH:
1851. Whiting, Fr. ‘A MORNING CANTER ON THE SANDS’. Lady and Gentleman riders with Dogs cantering along the beach. White cliffs in the background. Designed by Frederic Whiting and published as a supplement to The Graphic, ca. 1910 [29871] 33 x 49 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90
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HORSERACING:
1852. Anonymous. ‘ANXIOUS MOMENTS - INCIDENTS IN THE LIFE OF A RACEHORSE’. Central image of two racehorses neck and neck, surrounded by other scenes of horse racing. Supplement issued with The Graphic 1875 [29869] 30 x 49 cm. Colourlithograph. Excellent condition. £90
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HORSERACING:
1853. Cullin, I. ‘THE DERBY: THE WEIGHING ROOM, EPSOM’. One Jockey is sitting on the scales, others wait to be weighed. Highly colourful scene. Isaac Cullin 1893 [19685] 35 x 50 cm. Large chromolithograph. Excellent condition. £195
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HORSERACING:
1854. Illustrated London News. ‘JOCKEYS OF THE DAY’. 12 vignettes of Jockeys: S. Loates, J. Watts, G. Barrett, Fagan, Liddiard, Rickaby, F. Barrett, Tom Cannon, Robinson, T. Loates, F. Webb and Osborne, all in their respective racing colours. Illustrated London News 1891 [19691] 36 x 24 cm. Printed in full colours. £60
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HUNTING:
1825. Stradanus, G. 'BUBALUS, AGRESTIS, RABIDUS, TRUX ET REFUS EST BOS...'. A bull-hunting scene in olden times with dogs and horses and men with spears.. Galle, ca 1590 [28224] 20 x 26 cm. Copper Engraving. £120
Giovanni Stradano or Jan Van der Straet (1523 – 11 February 1605) was a Flanders-born mannerist artist active mainly in 16th century Florence. Stradanus collaborated with printmakers Hieronymus Cock and the Galle family in Antwerp to produce hundreds of prints on a variety of subjects.
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HUNTING:
1855. Aldin, Cecil. ‘THE FALLOWFIELD HUNT - THE DEATH’. Fox hunting scene, drawn by Cecil Aldin for The Graphic 1912 [29870] 31 x 50 cm. Large uncoloured print. Excellent condition. £90
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LADIES SKI-ING:
1856. Schlegel, F. ‘THE SKI-RUNNING AND JUMPING COMPETITION AT MURZZUSCHLAG, IN STYRIA: THE LADIES’ RACE’. Several competitors rushing towards the finish, watched by a crowd. The Graphic 1894 [29760] Wood engraving after a sketch by F. Schlegel, 31 x 23 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90
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LOUIS WAIN CATS:
1857. Wain, L. ‘WHAT’S THIS!’ Eight cats watching apprehensively a spider crawling past. Wood engraving by after Louis Wain for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1892 [27731] 24 x 34 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £95
Rare wood engraving from Louis Wain’s time as illustrator at the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News. His drawings for the Illustrated London News are far more common. - Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN CATS:
1859. Wain, L. ‘OUT FOR AN AIRING.’ (Cat) girls from Madame Tibb’s High School for Young Ladies parading in school dress passed the gates, watched by their matron and followed by boisterous little cat boys. Wood engraving by Hentschel after Louis Wain for the Illustrated London News 1893 [27738] 22 x 33 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £95
Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN DOGS:
1860. Wain, L. ‘STUDIES FROM LIFE’. Studies of 14 bull terrier dogs on one page. Wood engraving by Joseph Swain after Louis Wain for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1884 [27732] 24 x 32 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £95
Rare woodengraving from Louis Wain’s time as illustrator at the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News. His drawings for the Illustrated London News are far more common. - Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN DOGS:
1861. Wain, L. ‘A NEW DOG-FANCY: THE BASSETT HOUNDS.’ A few cats watch with horror the arrival of five Bassett Hounds in the salon. Wood engraving after Louis Wain for the Illustrated London News 1884 [27737] 22 x 31 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £95
Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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LOUIS WAIN DOGS:
1862. Wain, L. ‘A CANINE PARLIAMENT.’ Dogs attending a session of the (Dog) Parliament, displaying all sorts of real life behaviour. Wood engraving by Joseph Swain after Louis Wain for the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News 1892 [27736] 22 x 34 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £95
Rare wood engraving from Louis Wain’s time as illustrator at the Illustrated Sporting and Dramatic News. His drawings for the Illustrated London News are far more common. - Louis William Wain (1860-1939), British animal illustrator and caricaturist, who drew cats (and dogs) in humorous guises in human situations. He became also popular in the United States, where he worked for the New York American between 1907 and 1910.
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RUGBY:
1863. The Graphic. SCRUM SCENE: - Advertisement for Cadbury’s Cocoa showing a rugby scrum scene at Bournville F. C. The Graphic 1888 [16786] 36 x 26 cm. Hand coloured wood engraving, £80
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RUGBY:
1864. Rousseau, H. ‘THE FOOTBALL PLAYERS’. Four players in a rather posed illustration of Rugby Football. After Henry Rousseau ca. 1939 [24496] 25 x 20cms. £100
Colour print after the original by Henry Rousseau of 1908.
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VINTAGE MOTORING:
1866. Continental AG. ‘ECHO CONTINENTAL - Jahrgang I, Nr. 3’. Fine image of a vintage motor car. Original chromolithograph front cover (only) of volume I, number 3 of The Continental Caoutschouc- & Gutta-Percha Compagnie’s customer magazine, published in Hannover in March 1913 [30004] 30 x 23 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £90
Continental AG, as it is now known, began producing automobile pneumatic tyres in Hannover in 1898. In 1913 it started one of the first German language customer magazines, which was given free to registered customers or available on subscription. The high-quality colour magazine covers were created by some of the best commercial artists of the day. Contents focussed on travel reports, maintenance of rubber tires, and the company’s range of rubber products such as automobile, bicycle and aircraft tires.
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VINTAGE MOTORING:
1867. Continental AG. ‘ECHO CONTINENTAL - Jahrgang I, Nr. 4’. Fine image of a vintage motor car. Original chromolithograph front cover (only) of volume I, number 4 of The Continental Caoutschouc- & Gutta-Percha Compagnie’s customer magazine, published in Hannover in April 1913 [30005] 30 x 23 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80
Continental AG, as it is now known, began producing automobile pneumatic tyres in Hannover in 1898. In 1913 it started one of the first German language customer magazines, which was given free to registered customers or available on subscription. The high-quality colour magazine covers were created by some of the best commercial artists of the day. Contents focussed on travel reports, maintenance of rubber tires, and the company’s range of rubber products such as automobile, bicycle and aircraft tires.
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VINTAGE MOTORING:
1868. Continental AG. ‘ECHO CONTINENTAL - Jahrgang I, Nr. 6’. Fine image of a vintage motor car and admirer. Original chromolithograph front cover (only) of volume I, number 6 of The Continental Caoutschouc- & Gutta-Percha Compagnie’s customer magazine, published in Hannover in June 1913 [30006] 30 x 23 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80
Continental AG, as it is now known, began producing automobile pneumatic tyres in Hannover in 1898. In 1913 it started one of the first German language customer magazines, which was given free to registered customers or available on subscription. The high-quality colour magazine covers were created by some of the best commercial artists of the day. Contents focussed on travel reports, maintenance of rubber tires, and the company’s range of rubber products such as automobile, bicycle and aircraft tires.
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VINTAGE MOTORING:
1869. Continental AG. ‘ECHO CONTINENTAL - Jahrgang I, Nr. 8’. Fine image of two vintage racing cars. Original chromolithograph front cover (only) of volume I, number 8 of The Continental Caoutschouc- & Gutta-Percha Compagnie’s customer magazine, published in Hannover in August 1913 [30007] 30 x 23 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80
Continental AG, as it is now known, began producing automobile pneumatic tyres in Hannover in 1898. In 1913 it started one of the first German language customer magazines, which was given free to registered customers or available on subscription. The high-quality colour magazine covers were created by some of the best commercial artists of the day. Contents focussed on travel reports, maintenance of rubber tires, and the company’s range of rubber products such as automobile, bicycle and aircraft tires.
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VINTAGE MOTORING:
1870. Continental AG. ‘ECHO CONTINENTAL - Jahrgang I, Nr. 12’. Fine image of a vintage motor car. Original chromolithograph front cover (only) of volume I, number 12 (Christmas number) of The Continental Caoutschouc- & Gutta-Percha Compagnie’s customer magazine, published in Hannover in December 1913 [30008] 30 x 23 cm. Printed in full colours. Excellent condition. £80
Continental AG, as it is now known, began producing automobile pneumatic tyres in Hannover in 1898. In 1913 it started one of the first German language customer magazines, which was given free to registered customers or available on subscription. The high-quality colour magazine covers were created by some of the best commercial artists of the day. Contents focussed on travel reports, maintenance of rubber tires, and the company’s range of rubber products such as automobile, bicycle and aircraft tires.
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