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Decorative Prints:  Food & Drink

Decorative Antique Prints & Engravings relating to Food and Drink

Exchange rate (approximately):  £ 1.00 = EUR 1.26 = US-$ 1.66

BAKER:
1700. Weigel, Ch. ‘DER BÄCKER’. The Baker. Christoph Weigel ca. 1699 [24396] Copper engraving with German text, 13 x 8 cm (image 9 x 8 cm). £75
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BARREL MAKER:
1700A. Weigel, Ch. ‘DER FASSBINDER’. The Barrel Maker. Christoph Weigel ca. 1699 [24385] Copper engraving with German text, 13 x 8 cm (image 9 x 8 cm). £75
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BEER:
1700B. Bowles, J. ‘SMACK THE COACHMAN, TIPLING WITHIN DOORS; WHILE HIS FARE ARE FRETTING WITHOUT’. Coachman, seated, holding a tankard. Mezzotint by Ryley, printed in colours for John Bowles in London Feb. 1st, 1768 [20309] 15 x 11 cm. £125
Charles Reuben Ryley (or Riley) (1752-1798), English painter and engraver, created the decorations at Goodwood House for the Duke of Richmond.
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BUTCHER:
1700C. Weigel, Ch. ‘DER FLEISCHER’. The Butcher. Christoph Weigel ca. 1699 [24395] Copper engraving with German text, 13 x 8 cm (image 9 x 8 cm). £75
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CHATEAU LAFITE ROTHSCHILD:
1701. Anonymous. ‘THE VINTAGE IN MEDOC: THE VINEYARDS OF CHATEAU LAFITTE’ (sic!). Numerous helpers at the wine harvest of the first growth Bordeaux grapes near the chateau. Woodengraving 1871 [27061] 24 x 34 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100
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CHEESE:
1702. Anonymous. ‘CHEESE MANUFACTURE’. Eight illustrations from an American trades publication ‘The Growth of Industrial Art, - published by Sackett & Wilhelms Litho Co, New York ca 1890 [24805] Uncoloured wood engraving, 43 x 34 cm. £75
H24805CheeseSackett.jpg (101013 bytes)

COFFEE:
1703. Walther. ‘DER KAFFEEBAU.’ Collecting coffee beans, drying and filling them into bags. Published in Esslingen by Walther ca. 1890 [19717] 27 x 36 cm. Printed in full colours. £95
H19717KaffeebauWalther.jpg (100209 bytes)

DINNER:
1704. Haid, J.-J. ‘REJOUISSANCES POUR LE RETOUR DE L’ENFANT PRODIGUE / FREUDE ÜBER DEN VERLOHRNEN SOHN’. Group of ladies and gentlemen in Georgian dresses seated on a terrace around the dining table. A musical quartette accompanies the banquet from a balcony. Original handcoloured mezzotint by J. J. Haid, published in Augsburg ca. 1750 [19704] 29 x 41 cm. £350
Johann-Jakob Haid (1704-1767), scholar of Riedinger, belonged to a famous German family of portraitists and engravers based in Augsburg. - Wide margins.
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DINNER:
1705. Haid, J.-J. ‘LE GARÇON PRODIGUE’. Well dressed young gentleman sharing his gourmet meal with a canine friend. Uncoloured mezzotint by J. J. Haid, published in Ausgburg ca. 1750 [19721] 38 x 30 cm. £250
Johann-Jakob Haid (1704-1767), scholar of Riedinger, belonged to a famous German family of portraitists and engravers based in Augsburg. - Margins trimmed close to plate mark.
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DINNER:
1706. Cruikshank, I. ‘UN TABLE D’HOTE’. A rather uncouth group of Gentlemen dining. Allen & West 1796 [24210] 15 x 22 cm. Original coloured copper engraving by Isaac Cruikshank (1756-1811) after Woodward. £75
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DISTILLATION:
1707. Anonymous. ‘DISTILLATION’. Eight illustrations from the American trades publication ‘The Growth of Industrial Art’, published in New York by Sackett & Wilhelms ca. 1890 [25943] Uncoloured wood engraving, 43 x 34 cm. £100
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FOOD:
1708. Teniers, D. ‘LE MAUVAIS RICHE’. A rich gentleman and his lady sitting at a well laid out dining table, attended by two young servants. Coloured copper plate engraving by C. Riollet. Published in Paris after the original painting by David Teniers ca. 1750 [19707] 39 x 56 cm. £125
David Teniers (1610-1690), very influential Flemish painter, whose works are represented in every major museum around the world.
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FOOD:
1709. Singleton, H. ‘COMING FROM MARKET’. ‘Now home return’d the timid maid, The produce on the table laid. Her Mother counts the money twice, Then looks to Hodge, for his advice’. Stipple engraving by Levilly after the painting by Henry Singleton ca. 1800 [19731] 39 x 33 cm. Full original colour. £200
Henry Singleton (1766-1839), English painter of portraits and historical subjects, whose works were much engraved by professionals like Levilly.
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FOOD:
1711. Besson, F. ‘DER VORNEHME KÄUFER / MARKETS SURPRISE’. Elegant shoppers in a market arcade. Tinted crayon lithograph within floral borders by Bülow after Faustin Besson, published by Brigl & Lobeck in Berlin ca. 1840 [19732] 40 x 58 cm. £150
Faustin Besson (1821-1882), a charming French period painter. His works are represented in only a few provincial museums. - Two tears to caption closed, not affecting image.
H19732MarketsBessow.jpg (99926 bytes)

FOOD:
1712. Haghe, L. ‘PRIVATE HOUSE AT ANTWERP’. Dining hall in a Flemish noble house with family and guests in front of the large open fire. Tinted lithograph by Haghe, published by Day & Son in London ca. 1845 [20306] 28 x 37 cm. £85
Louis Haghe (1806-1895), Belgian lithographer, who worked from an early age in London, founding the firm of lithographers Day & Haghe. The most famous plates he produced were for David Roberts’ ‘Holy Land, Egypt and Nubia’.
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FOOD CARICATURE:
1713. Gillray, J. ‘TIDDY-DOLL THE GREAT FRENCH GINGERBREAD-BAKER DRAWING OUT A NEW BATCH OF KINGS. - HIS MAN HOPPING TALLEY MIXING UP THE DOUGH’. Political caricature. Handcoloured copper plate engraving after James Gillray ca. 1818 [19714] 17 x 25 cm. £125
James Gillray (1756-1815) was an important English engraver of caricatures. Some of his works, like this one, were reproduced in a smaller size after his death.
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FRUIT:
1713A. 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 handcolouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £120
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
 H24228PearsGerarde.jpg (97887 bytes)

FRUIT:
1713B. 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 handcolouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £120
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
 H24229OrangeGerard.jpg (102015 bytes)

FRUIT:
1713C. 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 handcolouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £120
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
 H24230ApplesGerarde.jpg (98994 bytes)

FRUIT:
1713D. Gerarde, J. ‘THE POME CITRON TREE’, ‘THE LIMON TREE’. Two illustrations on one page, with text. From the third book of the Herball, in the section on Citron, Limon, Orange, and assyrian Apple trees. John Gerarde 1597 [24234] 29 x 18 cm. Original 16th century woodcut with original handcolouring, mounted. Excellent condition. £120
From Gerard’s ‘The Herball or Generall Historie of Plantes...’, published in London 1597.
 H24234CitronGerarde.jpg (100031 bytes)

FRUIT:
1713E. Redouté, P. J. [PEAR] and [PLUMS]. Two untitled plates, showing a pear on one and three plums on the other, all with branches and leaves. Stipple engravings, printed in colour and finished by hand by Bouquet and de Gouy for Pierre Joseph Redouté’s Botanique de Jean Jacques Rousseau 1805 [20316] 36 x 27 cm each (measured to plate mark). Wide margins. Excellent condition. The pair £300
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FRUIT STILL LIFE:
1714. Duffield, W. ‘FRUIT, ETC.’. Still life of grapes, melon, apples, peaches, pears, pineapple, etc. Woodengraving after William Duffield 1859 [27057] 24 x 34 cm. Full handt colour. Excellent condition. £150
William Duffield (1816-63). British genre painter.
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FRUIT STILL LIFE:
1715. Lance, G. ‘THE GOLDEN AGE’. Still life of grapes, melon, apples, peaches, pears, raspberries, etc. Woodengraving after George Lance 1861 [27056] 21 x 35 cm. Full handt colour. Excellent condition. £150
George Lance (1802-64), British genre painter.
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KITCHEN SCENE:
1718. Teniers, D. ‘LE CUISINIER FLAMAND’. Flemish cook preparing an array of game, venison and fish in his kitchen. Copper plate engraving published in Paris by J. Hoermann after David Teniers ca. 1750 [19723] 22 x 32 cm. Uncoloured. £250
Christian Friedrich Hoermann von Guttenberg was painter and engraver in Augsburg in the 18th century. - David Teniers the younger (1610-1690), Flemish painter. - Margins trimmed inside plate mark on three sides.
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KITCHEN SCENE:
1719. Benard, R. ‘PATISSIER, TOUR A PÂTE, BASSINES, MORTIER &c’. Uncoloured copper plate engraving showing kitchen scene (11 x 21 cm) and below drawings of various utensils, together with another full page of kitchen utensils. Robert Benard ca. 1760 [20790] Each page 32 x 21 cm. Most decorative. The pair of two plates £125
For Diderot’s Encyclopédie ou dictionnaire raisonne des sciences et des arts.
H20790PatissierBenard.jpg (101861 bytes)

KITCHEN SCENE:
1720. Jesson / Foster. ‘THE INNOCENT’. A Kitchen scene: The Kitchen Maid acts all shy and innocent in the presence of her Master, whilst her Lover hides under the kitchen table! Hand coloured lithograph by Jesson/Forster ca. 1850 [20781] 21 x 27 cm. £90
H20781InnocentForster.jpg (101680 bytes)

KITCHEN SCENE:
1721. Anonymous. ‘THE CHARTERHOUSE KITCHEN.’ Interior of a large Victorian institutional kitchen. Wood engraving, published in London 1867 [19725] 24 x 34 cm. Full hand colouring. £75
Published in the Illustrated London News. Recent hand colouring.
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LONDON WINE MERCHANTS:
1722. Sulman, T. ‘VIEW OF HEDGES & BUTLER’S WINE CELLARS, REGENT STREET, LONDON’. Several images on one page: Claret, Champagne, Brandy, and Burgundy cellars/stores, Champagne bottling and vintage, entrance to their Regent Street shop, the Rhine Valley, Madeira, street scene in Oporto, etc. Woodengraving designed by T. Sulman 1890 [27059] 37 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120
Hedges & Butler, merchants of fine wines and spirits, established 1667 in London during the reign of Charles II, Royal Warrant since 1837.
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LONDON WINE MERCHANTS:
1723. Sulman, T. ‘HEDGES & BUTLER’. Pictorial advert for the London wine merchants of ‘Sherries, Ports, Clarets, Champagnes, Burgundies and Madeiras’. Woodengraving designed by T. Sulman 1891 [27058] 37 x 24 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120
Hedges & Butler, merchants of fine wines and spirits, established 1667 in London during the reign of Charles II, Royal Warrant since 1837.
H27058HedgesSulman.jpg (101341 bytes)

MELON EATERS:
1724. Murillo, E. ‘MELONENESSER’. Two boys enjoying their fruit, watched by a little dog. Uncoloured etching after Esteban Murillo by W. Hecht 1881 [20314] 49 x 40 cm. £180
Engraved after the famous painting of Spanish born Bartolomé-Esteban Murillo (1618-1682) in the Munich Pinakothek.
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MENU:
1725. Sturm, G. ‘SPEISEN KARTE HOTEL MARQUARDT STUTTGART’, showing a young cook in front of a stove in the kitchen within decorative borders and designs. Art Deco chromolithograph designed by Prof. G. Sturm, published by Jul. Hoffmann in Stuttgart ca. 1903 [20293] 29 x 19 cm. £90
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MILLER:
1725A. Weigel, Ch. ‘DER MÜLLER’. The Miller. Christoph Weigel ca. 1699 [24384] Copper engraving with German text, 13 x 8 cm (image 9 x 8 cm). £75
 H24384MüllerWeigel.jpg (102525 bytes)

SAUSAGE MAKING:
1726. Teniers, D. ‘LA BOUDINIERE’. Sausage making in a fine medieval kitchen. Copper plate engraving by J. P. Le Bas after David Teniers ca. 1750 [20295] 36 x 47 cm. Uncoloured. £725
David Teniers (1610-1690), very influential Flemish painter, whose works are represented in every major museum around the world. He painted a number of rustic kitchen scenes. - Jacques-Philippe Le Bas (1707-1783), French engraver. - Short tear to lower margin closed.
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SHERRY:
1727. W. P. 'THE SHERRY VINTAGE IN THE CERRO DE OBREGON VINEYARD, JEREZ'. Wine harvest in the Sherry producing area of Jerez in Spain. Illustrated London News 1876 [24213] 33 x 23 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £120
H24213SherryILN.jpg (100164 bytes)

TEA.
1728. William, J. L. ‘TEA - ITS CULTIVATION AND PREPARATION’. Showing the stages of tea production in Assam from preparing the ground for the seed to the completion of the drying process in nine various scenes on one sheet. Tinted steel engraving by Thomas Brown published in Glasgow and Edinburgh after J. L. William ca. 1860 [20299] 21 x 28 cm. £100
H20299TeaWilliams.jpg (101260 bytes)

TEA:
1729. Anonymous. ‘TEA CULTIVATION IN BRITISH INDIA’. Eight scenes on one sheet. Woodengraving from 1876 [20816] 31 x 23 cm. Full hand colouring. £75
H20816TeaBritishIndia.jpg (101866 bytes)

WHEAT - RICE:
1730. Anonymous. ‘WHEAT, RICE AND COTTON SEED HULLERS’. Eight illustrations from an American trades publication ‘The Growth of Industrial Art, - published by Sackett & Wilhelms Litho Co, New York ca 1890 [24806] Uncoloured wood engraving, 43 x 34 cm. £75
H24806HullersSackett.jpg (98155 bytes)

WINE:
1731. Patas, Ch. E. LARGE GROUP OF DUTCH NOBLEMEN posing around a dining table, many raising their glasses. Hand coloured copper plate engraving after an unidentified painting. Charles Emmanuel Patas 1790 [19705] 21 x 33 cm. £125
The faces of all noble participants are executed with remarkable detail and accurateness, probably intended to produce the effect of a group portrait of well known local personalities. - Proof before captions.
H19705NoblemenPatas.jpg (99708 bytes)

WINE:
1733. Levasseur, V. ‘DEPT. DE LA MOSELLE’. Map of the French wine growing regionaround the Moselle. Atlas National Illustré ca. 1852 [20311] 28 x 41 cm. £70
The map coloured in outline, the surrounding decorations, text cartouches, scenes and views uncoloured.
H20311MoselleLevasseur.jpg (99778 bytes)

WINE:
1734. Doré, G. ‘THE VINTAGE IN FRANCE’. Highly animated scene of the wine harvest near a French chateau. Doublepage woodengraving after a design by Gustave Doré 1856 [27060] 36 x 50 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £180
Gustave Doré (1832-83), prolific French painter.
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WINE:
1735. Anonymous. ‘THE VINTAGE OF MEDOC: Cuvier or pressing-house at Chateau D’Estournel’. Woodengraving 1871 [24215] 24 x 34 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £100
H24215MedocILN.jpg (101734 bytes)

WINE:
1736. Anonymous. 'SPRING IN PORTUGAL: TRIMMING THE GRAPE VINES.' Woodengraving 1873 [24211] 22 x 30 cm. Full hand colour. Excellent condition. £90
H24211PortugalVines.jpg (102370 bytes)

WINE:
1737. Anonymous. ‘THE WINE SUPPLY OF ENGLAND: MESSRS GILBEY’S CLARET, STORES’. Two scenes in the wine store of Messrs Gilbey and, above, a view of Chateau Loudenne on the Gironde River in France. Woodengraving 1876 [25939] 24 x 34 cm. Full hand coloured woodengraving. Excellent condition. £90
H25939GilbeyClaret.jpg (102427 bytes)

WINE:
1738. Destez, P. 'THE VINTAGE IN THE CANTON OF VAUD'. Six illustrations of wine-growing and -producing in Switzerland. The Graphic 1894 [24214] 31 x 22 cm. Full hand coloured wood engraving by Paul Destez from sketches by F. A. Hake. Excellent condition. £90
H24214VaudDestez.jpg (99652 bytes)

WINE:
1739. Tofani, O. ‘THE VINTAGE SEASON IN ITALY’. The wine harvest near Florence. The Graphic ca. 1910 [27054] 30 x 23 cm. Printed in full colours from a sketch by Osvaldo Tofani, Italian painter and illustrator (1849-1915). Excellent condition. £90
H27054ItalyTofani.jpg (100035 bytes)

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