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PACIFIC. FRANCESO BARTOLOZZI [1727-1815] Engraver. 'A Young Woman of Otaheite, bringing a Present' after John Webber. Woman from Tahiti wearing large skirt. Stipple engraving, plate 27 from Cook's 'A Voyage to the Pacific Ocean', top left corner missing, crease below image, faint stain in right bottom corner, 1784. 13.5in x 11in [ Ref: RGW18980] £35


PARIS FAIR. FRANCE. "La Foire aux Loges dans la Foret de St Germain" by Victor Adam. Lithograph, lively scene with figures and stalls, from Adam's "Fetes des Environs de Paris", printed by Lemercier, impressed mark under image, some spotting in margins, Published by Chaillou-Potrelle, and Ackermann, n.d., [1830]. 7in x 9in. [ Ref: RGW14791] £40


PARIS. 'Theatre de Varietes' Exterior view of theatre with a bustling street scene including people seated on cafe terrace and under trees, by Bacler d Albe [1761-1824]. Lithograph, printed by G. Engelmann, good margins, n.d., [c.1820]. 9in x 6.25in. [ Ref: RGW19130] £30
*The Theatre des Varietes on boulevard Monmartre was opened in 1807 and the building is still used as a theatre today.

POINTER. After C.F. TURNER. 'Whisker A Celebrated Pointer The Property of Sir George William Denys, Bart.' Gun dog in open field pointing, by William Barnard [1774-1849]. Mezzotint with some etching, scratched open letter state, bottom margin trimmed, a little spotting, 12.5in x 13.75in SILTZER 'British Sporting Prints' 1929. p.277 [ Ref: RGW18032] £185


PORTUGAL. WILLIAM BRADFORD. "Toro from the River Doro" by William Bradford. Hand-coloured aquatint, showing boats and bridge, from "Sketches of the Country, Character and Costume, in Portugal and Spain, made during the Campaign, and on the route of the British Army, in 1808 and 1809" faint creases in margins, Published by J. Booth, 1813. 7in x 12in. [ Ref: RGW14792] £55


JOSEPH POWELL [1775-1834] British Artist. Lanercost Priory. A view from the north-east and the other from the south-west. Pair of Watercolours, signed and dated 1804, pasted onto to old board with ink border, three small tears at edge, 1804. 10in x 15.5in [ Ref: RGW18726] £850
*Joseph Powell was incorrectly given the Christian name John by Redford and his Royal Academy exhibits seem to have been recorded under that name. He will be remembered for his role in the founding of what is now the Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours. This society, founded first as the New Society of Painters in Watercolours, was set up in direct response to the considerable difficulty watercolourists were having in getting their works publicly exhibited. The New Society was formed in 1831, and it was Joseph Powell whom they elected as their first Chairman, and subsequently, the following year in 1832, as their first President. Lanercost is an Augustinian priory near Brampton east of Carlisle, close to Hadrian's Wall It was founded in the twelfth century but most of the building dates from the thirteenth. It is one of the best preserved Cumbrian monasteries despite being frequently attacked by the Scots. Joseph Powell is connected with a least one print of Lanercost Priory engraved by J. and H. S. Storer, published by Sherwood and Co, 1823.

After PIERRE PAUL PRUDHON [1758-1823] French Artist. 'Le Zephyr'. Naked boy holds two branches of tree above a stream, by Alexandre Vincent Sixdeniers [1795-1846]. Etching, proof before title, on India paper, good margins, Early 19th century. 150 x 115mm. Clean impression. From the collection of Philippe Burty [1830-1890], with his collector's mark LUGT 2071. [ Ref: RGW18713] £50
*The original painting was completed in 1814.

After PIERRE PAUL PRUDHON [1758-1823] French Artist. 'Stellina Surprise au sortir du bain par Edouard'. Kneeling man puts his arms around a naked woman, by Georges Bellenger or Bellanger [1847-1918]. Lithograph with blue tint proof before title, 'Galerie Arsene Houssaye', good margins, Paris, Printed by Lemercier &Cie, n.d. [? c. 1870]. 180 x 120mm. Clean impression. From the collection of Philippe Burty [1830-1890], with his collector's mark LUGT 2071. [ Ref: RGW18736] £50
*The original illustration was for Lucien Bonaparte's 'la Tribu Indienne' first published in 1799. The print records the original drawing was in the collection of the writer Arsene Houssaye [1815-1896].

After PIERRE PAUL PRUDHON [1758-1823] French Artist. Daphnis &Chloe struggling, a tree to the right by Georges Bellenger or Bellanger [1847-1918]. Lithograph with grey tint, proof before all letters, inscribed in pencil 'Daphnis &Chloe after Prud'hon by G. Bellanger', large margins, Paris, Printed by Lemercier &Cie, [? c. 1870]. 210 x 148mm. Clean impression. Inventaire du Fonds Franais: Bibliothque Nationale, DŽpartement des Estampes, Paris, 1930. No. 11 [ Ref: RGW18737] £50
*The British Museum have a fully lettered impression of this print with a brown tint.

After PIERRE PAUL PRUDHON [1758-1823] French Artist. 'La Cigale'. Daphnis searches for a cigale in Chloe's bosom, a dog at their feet and a tree to the right, by Louis Schaal [b.1800]. etching &aquatint, large margins, Printed by Lesauvage, 1852. 218 x 168mm. Clean impression. From the collection of Philippe Burty [1830-1890], with his collector's mark LUGT 2071. [ Ref: RGW18738] £50
*The original is stated as being in the collection of M. Marcille.

After PIERRE PAUL PRUDHON [1758-1823] French Artist. Woman's head to right, her hair in a bun with a garland of flowers, ?by Georges Bellenger or Bellanger [1847-1918]. Lithograph with blue tint proof before all letters, good margins, n.d. [? c. 1870]. 280 x 210mm. Clean impression. From the collection of Philippe Burty [1830-1890], with his collector's mark LUGT 2071. [ Ref: RGW18739] £50
*This is presumably the head from L'Amour, the original of which was in the collection of M. de la Salle. See GONCOURT. Catalogue Raisonne de l'Oeuvre . . . Prud'hon. 1876 168 bis which describes the Bellenger lithograph.

PIERRE PUVIS DE CHAVANNES [1824-1898] French Artist. Study of Hands. ORIGINAL PENCIL DRAWING, artist's stamp 'P.P.C.' (Lugt 2104) Sheet size, 145 x 195mm. [ Ref: RGW19121] £1000


PUZZLE PRINT. "A Fairy Oak or the Power of Britain. From a Sketch Taken near Windsor Castle. Lithograph, tear affecting imprint and a little spotting and creasing in surround, Published by T. Houlston and R.F. Sly, 8.5in x 10.5in (image) [ Ref: RGW13521] £75
*Within the foliage of the oak tree are to be discovered likenesses of twelve eminent persons: Lord Morpeth, Lord Melbourne, Marquis of Normanby, Duke of Wellington, Lord John Russell, Daniel O'Connell, Prince Labert, Lord Brougham, Queen Victoria, Sir Robert Peel, Speaker of the House of Commons and Earl Fitzwilliam.

W. H. PYNE. Admiral. Full Length in uniform, with cocked hat and sabre, standing in front of rock by the sea. Hand-coloured aquatint, from 'Costume of Great Britain', Published by W. Miller, 1805. 13in x 9in (mount opening) [ Ref: RGW18609] £20


W.H. PYNE Publisher. 'The King's Library Buckingham Hose Plate II'. Shows fitted bookcases and library table. After J. Stephanoff by R. Reeves. Aquatint with original hand-colouring, from 'The History of the Royal Residences . . .' Published by W.H. Pyne, 1819. 10n x 12in. TOOLEY. English Books with Coloured Plates. No. 389.75 [ Ref: RGW20080] £50


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Gorge de Hourat, Vue Prise pres Les Eaux Chaudes. Basses Pyrenees. No. 7' Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19638] £30


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Vallee d'Ossau, Prise de la Montee des Eaux Chaudes. Basses Pyrenees. No. 9' Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19639] £30


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Biarrits Basses Pyrenees. No. 11' View of Biarritz Figures by A. Bayot. Lithographed by Auguste Bry. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, some fraying on right margin, Paris, Gihaut freres, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19640] £60
*An early view of the bay of Biarritz with figures on the cliffs. Biarritz had been recommended as a health resort by doctors from the 18th century but at this time it was only a modestly sized town.

PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Chateau de Pau Basses Pyrenees. No. 11' Figures by A. Bayot. Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19642] £40


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Roche Percee a Biarrits Basses Pyrenees. No. 12' View of rock of Biarritz. Lithographed by Auguste Bry. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, Gihaut freres, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19641] £25


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Eaux Bonnes, Vue prise en arrivant au dessus du Petit Pont de Bois. Basses Pyrenees. No. 14' Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19643] £25


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Lac de Gaube Hautes Pyrenees. No. 18' Figures by A. Bayot. Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19644] £30


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Bains du Petit Saint Sauveur a Cauteretz Hautes Pyrenees. No. 22' Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19645] £25
*Tennyson wrote the poem 'In the Valley of Cauteretz' in 1861 after revisiting the valley.

PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Vue Prise a Cauteretz Hautes Pyrenees. No. 25' Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19646] £25


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'St Sauveur, pris de l'Ancien Hermitage St Pierre. Hautes Pyrenees No. 34' Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19647] £25


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'St Sauveur, pris de la Route de Luz. Hautes Pyrenees No. 35' Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19648] £25


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Vue Generale de Bagneres Bigorre. Hautes Pyrenees. No. 41' Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19635] £30


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Vue des Thermes, a Bagneres Bigorre. Hautes Pyrenees. No. 42' Figures by A. Bayot. Lithographed by Gihaut freres Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 288 x 375mm [ Ref: RGW19634] £30


PYRENEES. After LOUIS-JULIEN JACOTTET [1806-1880] French Artist. 'Tour de L'Horloge, a Bagneres Hautes Pyrenees. No. 47' Figures by A. Bayot. Lithographed by Gihaut freres. Lithograph, from 'Souvenirs des Pyrenees', a little spotting, Paris, 1841-2. 375 x 288mm [ Ref: RGW19637] £30


JOHANN LEONARD RAAB [1825-1899] German Artist. 'Interieur Hollandais. Hollandische stube'. Woman reading by window after P. De Hooch or Hoogh [1629-1683]. Etching, printed by F. Felsing, good margins, Munich, P. Kaeser, n.d. 19th century. 370 x 280mm Platemark [ Ref: RGW18786] £20


JOHANN LEONARD RAAB [1825-1899] German Artist. 'St Luc. St Lucas'. St Luke sketching Madonna and child after Rogier van der Weyden [1399-1464]. Etching, printed by F. Felsing, good margins, Munich, P. Kaeser, n.d. 19th century. 370 x 280mm Platemark [ Ref: RGW18787] £20


JOHANN LEONARD RAAB [1825-1899] German Artist. 'Sainte Famille. Die Heilige Famille'. Holy Family after Andrea del Sarto. Etching, printed by F. Felsing, good margins, Munich, P. Kaeser, n.d. 19th century. 370 x 280mm Platemark [ Ref: RGW18790] £20


JEAN RACINE [1638-1699] &LOUIS XIV [1638-1715] "Racine Faisant La Lecture A Louis XIV" Racine full-length seated on chair reading to King Louis seated on settee, after the painting by Bouchot, and engraved by Louis Francois Charon [1783-c. 1840] Mezzotint, trimmed to platemark and laid down, Paris, Printed by Vayron, Published by Charon, Rue St Jean de Beauvais, 480mm x 350mm. [ Ref: RGW12827] £45


PAUL RAJON [1843-1888] French Artist. 'Jeune Grecs a la Mosque' Two young men kneel by a candle while a man standing behind bows, after Jean Leon Gerome [1824-1904]. Etching, printed on large sheet, printed by Delatre, good margins, laid down on mount, Paris, Goupil &Co, ?1860s. 250 x 180mm. [ Ref: RGW18758] £45
*A typical Orientalist scene by Jerome, the original of which is now in the Minneapolis Institute of Arts. Under the Ottoman Empire, 'paidomazoma' or child gathering required that one son in five from every Christian community was required to given to be raised as a Muslim and enrol in the corps of Janissaries, elite units of the Ottoman army. Paul Rajon came to London in the early 1870s and was an etcher favoured by Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema.

PAUL RAJON [1843-1888] French Artist. Man in 18th century dress standing reading by window, more books on table, after Meissonier. Etching, on velin, before all letters, good margins, laid down on mount, 115 x 75mm. [ Ref: RGW18791] £45


PAUL RAJON [1843-1888] French Artist. 'The Music Lesson' Woman seated at a virginal beside sits a man holding a wine glass, after G. Metsu. Etching, on velin, before all letters, signed and dated in the plate, good margins, laid down on mount, 1876. 260 x 190mm. [ Ref: RGW18800] £45
*The original is now in the National Gallery.

RANGOON. MOORE, J. 'The Position of part of the Army previous to attacking the Stockades on the 8th July 1824'. British troops in formation, a group of artillery men around a mortar. After Joseph Moore by G. Hunt. Aquatint with original hand-colouring, on Whatman paper, from 'Eighteen Views Taken at near Rangoon' small indentation in top and bottom margin, not affecting engraved surface, Published by Kingsbury &Co and T. Clay, 1825. 11.75in x 15.5in. Good impression with bright colouring. TOOLEY. English Books with Coloured Plates. No. 334.12 [ Ref: RGW18852] £150
*By 1822, the Burmese had conquered Assam and Manipur. Their army sought to consolidate these gains and take more territory in eastern Bengal. In May 1824, a British force landed at Rangoon led by General Archibald Campbell [1763-1843]. It took until February 1826 for the Burmese to surrender and agree to ther terms of the British.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Cupid in the Character of a Link Boy' by John Dean. Mezzotint, Published State, tipped onto backing sheet, some creasing, small scratch near top margin, Published by R. Sayer &J. Bennett, 1777. 15.25in x 10.75in. [ Ref: RGW18989] £75
*A link boy used a torch to guide people through the streets a night. These poor boys were considered untrustworthy and could be involved in crime. Here Reynolds paints the boy with Cupid's wings and the link is held phallic-like in front of him.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Cupid in the Character of a Link Boy' by John Dean. Mezzotint, artist's names scratched. trimmed within platemark and laid down, 13.5in x 10.25in. [ Ref: RGW18990] £75


After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Mercury' by John Dean. Mezzotint, Third State, good margins, a little spotting in sky, some creasing on right side, R. Sayer &J. Bennett, 2 April 1777. 15.25in x 10.75in. [ Ref: RGW18998] £75
*Here Mercury is portrayed as a Cut Purse, with wings in the boy's hat. Like' Cupid as Link Boy' it was painted for the Duke of Dorset and can be considered its companion.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'The Right Honble Edmund Burke' Half-Length in oval, poem by Milton below title, by M. Benedetti. Stipple engraving in sepia. first state, a little spotting in surround, some creasing near top and right platemark, M. Benedetti, 24 August 1791. 15.25in x 10.75in. [ Ref: RGW19000] £75


After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'St Caecilia' Mrs Sheridan at the piano with two of her children, in oval, by Thomas Watson. Stipple engraving, spotting in surround, some creasing near top and right platemark, Anthy Molteno, 3 April 1794. 11.75in x 15.75in. [ Ref: RGW19001] £100
*The original painting was exhibited at the Royal Academy as 'A Lady in the Character of St Caecilia' in 1775. This print was first published in 1776 with the title 'Mrs Sheridan'. Elizabeth Linley [1754-1792] a noted beauty and considered one of the finest singers of her age married Richard Brinsley Sheridan the playwright in 1773, who then forbade her to sing in public.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Mrs Cholmondley' Three-quarter length seated in ermine robe by Corbutt. Mezzotint, trimmed to platemark, Printed for Robert Sayer, n.d. c. 1761. 14in x 10in. Good impression. [ Ref: RGW19002] £80
*Henrietta Cholmley [fl. 1757-1769] the daughter of Stephen Croft of Stillington, married Nathaniel Cholmley of Whitby Abbey and Howsham in 1757. Corbutt seems to have been a fictional name used as a pseudonym by the engravers Richard Purcell and Richard Houston.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Robinetta' Three-quarter length seated in white dress a bird on her shoulder, by J. Jones. Stipple engraving, printed in colours, trimmed within platemark, cutting off publisher's imprint, some browning around border, Published by J. Jones, 1787. 15in x 10.5in. Good impression. [ Ref: RGW19003] £165
*The sitter was the Hon. Anne Tollemache when Miss Lewis. John Jones [1745-1797] worked in stipple and mezzotint and Julia Frankau in 'Eighteenth Century Colour Prints' thought he was one of the best producers of stipples in colour.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Robinetta' Three-quarter length seated in white dress a bird on her shoulder, by J. Jones. Stipple engraving, trimmed to platemark and laid down, some age toning, Published by J. Jones, 24 March 1787. 15in x 10.5in. [ Ref: RGW19005] £75


After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. Thomas Newton, Bishop of Bristol. Three-Quarter length, holding mortar board, St Paul's in background, curtain behind by Thomas Watson. Mezzotint, proof before title, trimmed to platemark, fraying and small pieces missing near imprint, Published by T. Watson, 1 May 1775. 18in x 13in. [ Ref: RGW19007] £50
*Thomas Newton [1704-1782] Bishop of Bristol was a noted collector of books and pictures. He tried to secure a proposal whereby Joshua Reynolds and other painters would decorate St Paul's Cathedral at their own expense.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Cornelia and Her Children' Lady Augusta Cockburn seated with her children, a parrot to right, by Charles Wilkin [1750-1814]. Stipple engraving, trimmed just within platemark, a little spotting, small stain near imprint, C. Wilkin, 2 Jan 1792. 19.25in x 14in. [ Ref: RGW19009] £150
*Augusta Anne Ayscough [d. 1837] married Sir James Cockburn in 1769. This state was so titled because her husband did not want his wife's name exposed in public. This is one of Wilkin's finest prints.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. Rev. William Mason, Half Length, holding sheaf of paper, by William Doughty. Mezzotint, published state, trimmed to platemark, title and rest of imprint cut off, and laid down, Published by W. Doughty, 1779. 16in x 13in. Good impression. [ Ref: RGW19010] £50
*William Mason [1724-1797] was Prebendary of York, poet and biographer of Gray. In 1775 Mason, wrote to Joshua Reynolds recommending Doughty as a pupil. Doughty was enrolled at the Royal Academy Schools and lived in Reynolds's house until 1778.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. Countess Lavinia Spencer, Half-Length in straw hat with miniature around her neck, by Franceso Bartolozzi. Stipple engraving, printed in dark brown ink, third state, before coat of arms added, fraying in margins, E.M. Diemar, 21 February 1787. 11in x 8.75in. [ Ref: RGW19011] £60
*Countess Lavinia Spencer nee Bingham [1762- 1831, the society hostess, was the wife of George John Spencer, 2nd Earl Spencer.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. Marchioness of Hertford, Half-Length, with shawl by William Nutter. Stipple engraving, printed in dark brown ink, late state with name as 'Marchioness of Hertford', good margins, R. Cribb, 1 July 1797. 11in x 8.75in. [ Ref: RGW19013] £30
*Isabella Anne Ingram Shepherd, nee Ingram [1760-1834] 2nd Marchioness of Hertford married Francis Ingram Seymour, Viscount Beauchamp, later 2nd Marquess of Hertford in 1776.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Moses in the Bulrushes' by John Dean. Mezzotint, Second State, trimmed to platemark and laid down, slight damage top right corner, J. Dean, 8 May 1786. 11.5in x 14in. [ Ref: RGW19035] £40


After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'A School Boy' Youth holding folio, by John Dean. Mezzotint, trimmed within platemark, title cut off, laid down, J. Dean, 31 October 1777. 15.25in x 10.75in. [ Ref: RGW19037] £40


After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Lady Taylor' Half-Length in hat with feathers, by James Scott. Mezzotint, large margins, Henry Graves, 1878. 9in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW19038] £12


After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. West Window of The Chapel New College Oxford: Two shepherds standing and shepherd boy seated; Woman and two boys one with torch, and boy with dog by fallen pillar; Clouds; Angel resting on a cloud contemplating the cross surrounded by glory, by G.S. &F.G. Facius. 4 stipple engravings, some fraying in margins, the last with three tears, and split along part of platemark, John Boydell, 1 Sept 1785. 25.5in x 16.5in, the last 19.5 x 24.5. See Hamilton 'Catalogue Raisonne of Engraved Works of Sir Joshua Reynolds' 1874 pp. 153-4 [ Ref: RGW19039] £80
*Four prints from the set published by Boydell reproducing the window designed by Reynolds for New College, Oxford. The window no longer exists. The two shepherds are portraits of Reynolds and Thomas Jervais, who executed the designs. Reynolds painted the designs in oils and those paintings were widely admired.

After SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS [1723-1792]. 'Giuseppe Marchi' Half-Length with turban, by A. Sanders [b.1838]. Mezzotint, on India paper, on large sheet, large margins, late 19th century. 9in x 6.5in. [ Ref: RGW19691] £15
*Reynolds first met Marchi in Rome in 1750. He came to London and was Reynolds principal studio assistant for forty years.

CHARLES THOMSON RITCHIE, 1st Baron Ritchie of Dundee [1838-1906] Politician. Figaro Cartoon with enlarged head of Ritchie by Faustin Betbeder [1847-c.1914] with quotation from Shakespeare. Chromolithograph, from series 'Figaro Sketch Book of Celebrities', 1874. 8in x 4in. [ Ref: RGW15820] £15


[ROME] GIUSEPPE VASI [1710-1782] "The Gate Settimiana near which was formerly plac'd 12 statues the Symbols of the Months", after G. Vasi by N. Parr . Engraving, on wove paper, figures walking at night, plate numbered 12, good margins, a little creasing in the margins, Printed for John Bowles at the Black Horse in Cornhil, n.d. ? late 18th century, 8in x 10in [ Ref: RGW14805] £45
*Giuseppe Vasi who moved to Rome in 1736 produced a ten volume work recording the ancient and modern monuments of the city, published between 1747-1761.

[ROME] GIUSEPPE VASI [1710-1782] "The Light Horse Gate formerly call'd Posterula Shewing (1) St Peter's Church (2) The Pontifical Palace (3) The Quarters of the Light Horse Guards (4) Part of the Palace of the Holy Offices", after G. Vasi by N. Parr . Engraving, on wove paper, figures walking at night, plate numbered 4, good margins, creasing in the margins, tear in left margin coming within platemark, [?Printed for John Bowles] n.d. ? late 18th century. 8in x 10in [ Ref: RGW14806] £50
*Giuseppe Vasi who moved to Rome in 1736 produced a ten volume work recording the ancient and modern monuments of the city, published between 1747-1761.

[HENRIETTE RONNER-KNIP [1821-1909]. Two Cats through a hole paw at butterflies. Etching on velin paper, Remarque Proof, with cat below image, small hole to right of image, 32 x 24icm [ Ref: RGW19284] £50


FELICIEN ROPS [1833-1898] Belgian Artist. 'De Lumey, Fier Seigneur Vivant en Opulence', De Lumey full-length in profile to right, left hand on sword, Etching on India paper, illustration for Charles De Coster's 'La lŽgende d'Ulenspiegel', 1869. 225 x 150mm. [ Ref: RGW18647] £120


THOMAS ROWLANDSON [1756-1827] 'Dr Syntax taking Possession of his Living' Hand-coloured aquatint, from 'The Tour of Dr Syntax' 6in x 8in . [ Ref: RGW19957] £15


RUSSIA. EDWARD ORME Publisher. 'A Russian Courier Conveying Despatches'. Three horses pulling a cart carrying soldiers. After Mornay by Clark &Dubourgh. Aquatint with original hand-colouring, from 'A Picture of St Petersburgh, represented in a collection of Twenty interesting Views of the City, the Sledges, and the People . . .' Published by E. Orme, 1815. Mount opening 11in x 14in. TOOLEY. English Books with Coloured Plates. No. 355.20 [ Ref: RGW19426] £350


RUSSIA. EDWARD ORME Publisher. 'Public Vehicle for Summer'. Couple and driver on cart . After Mornay by Clark &Dubourgh. Aquatint with original hand-colouring, from 'A Picture of St Petersburgh, represented in a collection of Twenty interesting Views of the City, the Sledges, and the People . . .' Published by E. Orme, 1815. Mount opening 11in x 14in. TOOLEY. English Books with Coloured Plates. No. 355.17 [ Ref: RGW19683] £350


RUTLAND. BURLEY-ON-THE-HILL. 'Burley in Rutlandshire the Seat of the Earl of Winchelsea'. Engraving after H. Repton by W. Angus, trimmed, some foxing, W. Angus, 1815, 6in x 8in [ Ref: RGW18129] £10


SAMUEL W. REYNOLDS [1773-1835]. Engraver. Collection of eight mezzotint proofs, after Reynolds, Cousins, etc, most first states, good impressions with margins, 7in x 6in, and smaller. See WHITMAN. "S.W. Reynolds". 1903. [ Ref: RGW4359] £80
*This collection of attractive prints includes Mrs Robinson (No. 93), Lady Henrietta Acland (No.4), Lady Louisa Manners (No. 45), and Countess Harcourt (No. 5).

After JEAN BAPTISTE SARRAZIN [1760-1800] French Artist. 'Les Baigneuses' Five women bathing in a pond by a wood, and, 'Le Berger Surpris' Shepherd and young woman by tree trunk, sheep on bank, near bridge, by C.L. Jubier [fl. 1760-1781]. Pair of crayon manner prints, in parts coloured with sanguine crayon, with printed border, trimmed to border, creasing to corner, 18th century, 255 x 300mm. BIBLIOTHEQUE NATIONALE. Inventaire Fonds Francais Graveurs du XVIIIe Siecle. Vol. 12. Paris, 1973. pp. 204-5. Nos. 337 &338. [ Ref: RGW17945] £80
*Jubier, who was a pupil of Louis-Marin Bonnet, engraved similarly scenes in the crayon manner after J.B. Huet [1745-1811].

H.M.S. SATELLITE. ROYAL NAVY. H.M.S. Satellite 18 Guns. Tinted lithograph, with other shipping in background, after H. John Vernon, by Day &Haghe, laid down, some spotting, mark on one sail, loss of surface in part of borders, trimmed at foot, lacking publishers' imprint, [A. Hinton &Ackermann &Co] n.d. [c. 1840] 9.5in x 13in [ Ref: RGW14936] £50
*This H.M.S. Satellite was an 18-gun sloop launched in 1829 and broken up in 1849.

GENERAL ROBERT CUMMING SCHENK [1809-1890] Served in the American Civil War, later was Diplomat in Britain. Figaro Cartoon with enlarged head of General Schenk by Faustin Betbeder [1847-c.1914] with quotation from Shakespeare. Chromolithograph, from series 'Figaro Cartoon Men of the Period' some marking 1874. 8in x 5in. [ Ref: RGW15825] £15


SCOTLAND. DRYBURGH ABBEY. 'Dryburgh Abbey', Engraved vignette printed on card, by J. Dale. T. &W. McDowall, 19th century. 4in x 5in [ Ref: RGW18177] £5


SCOTLAND. EDINBURGH. J. EWBANK. "Edinburgh from the Castle Hill", shows soldiers on parade Engraving after J. Ewbank by W. &A. K. Johnston small tear and a little spotting in surround, Published by J. Menzies, Edinburgh, n.d.. 8.25in x 12.25in (Platemark) [ Ref: RGW13513] £25


SCOTLAND. INVERARY CASTLE. 'Inverary Castle'. Figures, dogs and sheep in front of castle. Engraving. 18th century. 5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW18130] £10


SCOTLAND. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Craigcrook, Edinburgh. Miniature Engraving, Early 19th century. 4 x 7cm [ Ref: RGW13829] £10


SCOTLAND. PERTHSHIRE. 'Errol Park Perthshire'. Figures in foreground, yachts on lake. Engraving after J. Gibbs, from a Sketch by I. Allen by J. Skelton. 19th century. 8.5in x 11in [ Ref: RGW18298] £10


SCOTLAND. STIRLING CASTLE. 'Stirling Castle', Engraved vignette printed on card, by J. Gellatly after Mason. Edinburgh, J. Menzies, 19th century. 3in x 5in [ Ref: RGW18179] £5


WILLIAM SHACKLETON [1872-1933] British Artist 'The Song of the Morning'. Two nude women lying down as nude man plays the violin. Lithograph in red, published in 'The Neolith' 1908. 10.5 x 15in [ Ref: RGW19220] £20


SHAKESPEARE PRINT. C.R. LESLIE. Taming of the Shrew. Engraving, after C.R. Leslie by Charles Rolls, printed on laid India paper, a little spotting mainly in margins, wide margins, Published by F.G. Moon, 1838, 14in x 19in (to platemark) [ Ref: RGW11633] £30


SHAKESPEARE PRINT. D. COWPER. Othello Relating his Adventures. Engraving, after D. Cowper by E. Finden, a little spotting mainly in margins, trimmed to platemark at top, Published by F.G. Moon and T.G. March, 1838, 14in x 19in (to platemark) [ Ref: RGW11637] £20


SHAKESPEARE PRINT. SIR A.W. CALLCOTT Anne Page and Slender. Engraving, after Sir A.W. Callcott by F. Bacon, a little spotting and marking mainly in surround and margins, Published by Finden, F.G. Moon and Ackermann, 1840, 14in x 19in (to platemark) [ Ref: RGW11638] £20
*A scene from Merry Wives of Windsor.

MAUD F. SHARP [b. 1897] British Artist. 'The Staircase Plume of Feathers Salisbury. circa 1400', woman feeding birds, other figures on stairs. Etching, signed in pencil, 7 x 5in [ Ref: RGW19090] £20


After MICHAEL WILLIAM SHARPE [d.1840] 'The Bee's Wing' Gentleman Three-Quarter length, seated, eyes glass of wine holding decanter, bottle and corkscrew on table, by Henry Edward Dawe [1790-1848]. Mezzotint, trimmed to image, slight abrasion mark, Published by W. White,1824. 10.25 x 8.25in [ Ref: RGW19682] £45
*An attractive print of a keen imbiber, depicting a corkscrew with brush. Because of this painting the artist became known as 'Bee's Wing' Sharpe.

After WILLIAM J. SHAYER [1811-1860]. 'The Early Delivery'. Woman with long stick delivers a mail bag to a coach moving at speed, by J. Harris. Hand-coloured aquatint, laid down, mount obscures imprint, R. Ackermann, 1863. 10.75in x 15.25in (mount opening). SILTZER 'British Sporting Prints' 1929. p.249 [ Ref: RGW17822] £150
*Shows the Dover to London mail coach No. 1058.

WILLIAM ANDERSON SHERWOOD [1875-1951] American Artist. Belgian village street on autumn day with thatched cottages, figures and trees with leaves being blown off. Etching, Signed in pencil with triangular impressed stamp, 220 x 200mm [ Ref: RGW19424] £50
*William Anderson Sherwood was born in Baltimore. He finished his studies at the Antwerp Royal Academy of Fine Arts and lived in Bruges for twenty years.

SHROPSHIRE. ACTON BURNELL CASTLE. 'Acton Burnel Castle in Shropshire'. Engraving by Eastgate. A. Hogg, 18th century. 7in x 9in [ Ref: RGW18145] £10


After WILLIAM HAMILTON [1750 - 1801] [SARAH SIDDONS] Mrs Siddons in the Tragedy of Grecian Daughter, from the original in the collection of the Earl of Gainsborough, engraved by James Caldwall [1739-1822] Engraving and etching, trimmed beyond image and laid down, slight mark on dress near tassel, a little foxing in border, Published 1 March 1789 by Wm Hamilton, 26in x 18in [ Ref: RGW17434] £200
*Mrs Sarah Siddons [1755-1831] the celebrated actress, in the character of Euphrasia in the play by Arthur Murphy. She is depicted in full length in a richly embroidered dress, wearing a tiara, with one arm raised, in the background pillars to the left, sea and tower to the left.

P. SIMONAU. Two prints: Head of a baby after Michaelangelo, and, Head of a Girl holding a cross, after Raphael. Lithographs, printed by Simonau, corners tipped onto backing sheet, Published by W. Cole, n.d., 1820s. 10.75in x 7.75in. [ Ref: RGW19195] £20


After GEORGE SMITH OF CHICHESTER [1714-1776] First Premium Landscape, 'The original Picture from which this Print was taken in the year 1760, obtained the First Premium granted by the Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures, and Commerce in London', engraved by William Woollett [1735-1785]. Engraving and etching, Published by J. Boydell, 1762. 18.5in x 22.5in [ Ref: RGW17475] £500
*Italianate landscape with stream and bridge, on the foreground to right three men representing music, art and poetry, on the left bank a group around a fire. When the painting was first exhibited the 'London Chronicle' reviewer described it as 'the most pleasing beautiful landscape [he] ever saw' . William Woollett was considered the pre-eminent engraver of his generation. Provenance: Leggatt Bros.

SOMERSET. After MISS SWEETING. 'Mendip Hills &c from a Comb in the Quantoc Hills.' Donkeys and Fishermen in fore-ground, view looking across Bridgwater Bay by A. Pocock. Tinted lithograph, from Miss Sweeting's 'Sketches of Scenery in the West of Somersetshire', Bristol, A. Pocock, c. 1840. 9 x 12in [ Ref: RGW19931] £75


SOMERSET. After MISS SWEETING. 'The Old Manor House and Church East Quantoc Head The Seat of J.F. Luttrell, Esq.' Donkeys and Fishermen in fore-ground, view looking across Bridgwater Bay by A. Pocock. Tinted lithograph, from Miss Sweeting's 'Sketches of Scenery in the West of Somersetshire', Bristol, A. Pocock, c. 1840. 9 x 12in [ Ref: RGW19932] £75


SOMERSET. ASHINGTON CHURCH. View of Ashington Church after T. Rackett by J.B. Knight. Engraving, from 'Gentleman's Magazine', 1820. 5in x 7.5in [ Ref: RGW4689] £10


SOMERSET. CHEDDAR. "Cheddar Cliffs Somersetshire", vignette figures by lake and buildings. Lithograph, by Woodley of Taunton. n.d. ?c.1850. 3.5in x 5.5in (image) [ Ref: RGW20086] £10


SOMERSET. ILMINSTER. St Mary's Church. Lithograph after C. Wickes by A. Newman, 14in x 7in [ Ref: RGW1055] £10


SOMERSET. MONTACUTE "Montacute House Somersetshire from the Garden" Tinted lithograph drawn by C.J. Richardson, Published T. McLean, 1842. 10in x 13.5in [ Ref: RGW13573] £25


SOMERSET. MONTACUTE 'The Great Chamber Montacute'. Tinted lithograph by W.L. Walton drawn by J.D. Harding from a sketch by C.J. Richardson, Published Chapman &Hall, 1844. 8in x 11in [ Ref: RGW18111] £15


SOMERSET. NORTON FITZWARREN. "All Saints Norton Fitzwarren". ORIGINAL ETCHING by E. Piper, signed in pencil, c. 1900, good margins, 11in x 7«in [ Ref: RGW1057] £20


SOMERSET. TAUNTON. Taunton showing the towers of St Mary and St James churches from the river Tone. Engraving, tipped onto backing sheet, Early 19th century. 2.75 x 4.25in [ Ref: RGW19240] £10


SOMERSET. TAUNTON. 'A View of the Tower of St Mary Magdalen's Church, Taunton.' From the Parade looking down Hammet Street. Engraving, from Toulmin's 'The History of the Town of Taunton', 1791. Trimmed within platemark, some creasing, 1791. 7.5 x 9.75in [ Ref: RGW19919] £25
*

SOMERSET. TAUNTON. Masonic Hall, Crescent, Taunton by Brother William Bidgood Etching, later impression from the original plate, dated 1889. 4in x 5.5in [ Ref: RGW13782] £15
*The artist is presumably William Bidgood, the curator of the museum in Taunton Castle from 1862-1901.

SOMERSET YEOMANRY. After RICHARD SIMKIN. 4th Yeomanry Brigade. Chromolithograph, 'Military Types No. 140' small tear at foot, repaired, Printed by Keliher &Co, 1899. 8.5in x 13in [ Ref: RGW18162] £40
*Shows mounted officers of the West Somerset and North Somerset Yeomanry Cavalry.

SOUTH AFRICA. After THOMAS WILLIAM BOWLER [1812-1869] The Roman Catholic Cathedral, by W.L. Walton. Ladies and cart going up street, two men sitting at foot of gas lamp, Table Mountain in background. Tinted lithograph, from 'Pictorial Album of Cape Town, with Views of Simon's Town, Port Elizabeth, and Graham's Town', trimmed and laid down, some marking and slight damage in imprint, 1866. Sheet size 8.5in x 11.25in [ Ref: RGW17962] £100
*St Mary's Roman Catholic Cathedal on Roeland Square was built in 1851. Thomas Bowler first arrived in South Africa in 1834, and became the pre-eminent artist to record the expanding city of Cape Town.

SPA. MINIATURE ENGRAVING "View near Spa" Miniature Engraving, by G. Schroeder Early 19th century. 4 x 5cm [ Ref: RGW13838] £10
*Shows a waterfall.

SPAIN ALICANTE. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Alicante. Miniature Engraving, trimmed, Early 19th century. 4.5 x 6cm [ Ref: RGW13841] £10


SPAIN. JOHN FREDERICK LEWIS [1805-1876] 'Contrabandistas', Man and woman on horseback entering archway past another couple. Lithograph, with original hand-colouring, signed, titled and dated on plate, from 'Sketches from Spain and Spanish Character', 1836. Sheet size 14in x 11in. [ Ref: RGW17494] £125
*One from a series of attractive lithographs drawn by Lewis himself from drawings made on a tour of Spain. This print is from the issue which was hand-coloured on publication. The smuggler on horseback is smoking a cigarette.

ST HELENA. 'The Seat of Governor Brooke at St Helena' by W. Thomas. Engraving, from 'European Magazine', inlaid, J. Sewell, 1795. 4 x 6.25in [ Ref: RGW19696] £10


ST HELENA. 'Rosemary Hall on the Island of St Helena' the Seat of William Wrangham', in oval, by J. Walker. Engraving, from 'European Magazine', J. Sewell, 1797. 4 x 6.25in [ Ref: RGW19841] £10


ABBE JEAN CLAUDE RICHARD DE ST. NON [1730-1792] French Engraver. Man leading Loaded donkey over bridge by cross. Etching , after J.B. Le Prince [1734-1781], signed in plate, trimmed within platemark, 3in x 4.25in [ Ref: RGW11629] £20


STOWE. BUCKINGHAMSHIRE. 'A View of the House from the Parterre in the Gardens of Earl Temple, at Stow in Buckinghamshire.' Elegant company with dogs and whippers in, before the house at Stowe. Hand-coloured engraving, after Jean Baptiste Chatelain [1710 - 1758] by George Bickham the Younger [c. 1706 -1771]. good margins, Printed for Laurie &Whittle 53 Fleet Street, Bowles &Carver 69 St Pauls Church Yard &R. Wilkinson 53 Cornhill, n.d., 18th century, c. 1753 or later. 10in x 15.5in (platemark) [ Ref: RGW16584] £135
*Attractive view from the 'Beauties of Stow' series.

WILLIAM STRANG [1859-1921] British Artist. 'Meal Time' Family and tramp share a meal. Etching, signed and dated in plate, from ''Portfolio' good margins, 1883. 170 x 250mm STRANG 54. [ Ref: RGW19654] £30


SIR JAMES STUART [1779-1849] Mazeppa naked and bound to a horse, being chased by wolves. And, Mazeppa naked and bound to a horse, galloping from a castle. Two etchings, numbered 5 &6, on thin paper, Published by Colnaghi, 1821. 8.5in x 10.5in [ Ref: RGW19236] £50


After GEORGE STUBBS [1724-1806]. British Artist. A French Fox Dog. Dog 'Papillon' watching a butterfly by a lake by Edward Fisher [1722-1781/2] Mezzotint, trimmed, tipped onto backing sheet by corners, 1782. 253 x 357. cf. LENNOX-BOYD 'George Stubbs the Complete Engraved Work' 62.II UNRECORDED STATE. [ Ref: RGW19651] £1500
*According the British Museum catalogue an extremely rare plate. There is a first state known before all letters, but this is an unrecorded state with the artist's and engraver's names but before the publisher's address was added. The original painting, said to be of a Spanish dog, is in a private collection. The dog, a cross between a Chihuahua and a King Charles spaniel, belonged to the artist Richard Cosway. The print was published by Anne Fisher, the wife of the engraver, and it was advertised in 'The Morning Chronicle; of 13 July 1782 as the last print to be engraved by Edward Fisher.

After GEORGE STUBBS [1724-1806]. British Artist. 'An Arabian belonging to John Warde Esq'. Mezzotint, tipped onto backing sheet by corners, Publish'd as the Act directs Nov. 24 1770 by W.W. Ryland in Cornhiil, 1770. 253 x 357. LENNOX-BOYD 'George Stubbs the Complete Engraved Work' 22. SILTZER 'British Sporting Prints' 1929. p.270. LANE. British Racing Prints 1700-1940. p.169 UNRECORDED STATE. [ Ref: RGW19652] £1500
*The discovery of this hitherto unknown state clears up much confusion and speculation on when the print was first printed. It has traditionally been grouped with three other prints of stallions published in 1771 by William Wynne Ryland (Lennox Boyd Nos. 19, 20 &21). The previously earliest known impression of 'An Arabian belonging to John Warde' was published by Sayer &Bennett in 1777. Lennox Boyd, postulated by comparison with the other Ryland prints, that there were likely to have been two earlier states. including one published in February 1771. It is now clear that there was an even earlier edition published by Ryland in 1770. Although the state offered here has a publisher's imprint, later states evidently had much further work done by the engraver, providing more detail to the sky, the trees in the background, the plants and tree in the foreground and to the horse itself. The painting on which this print was based was commissioned by John Warde [1721-1775] of Squerryes Court near Westerham, Kent, and is still with the family. The horse was imported from Alexandretta in Turkey in 1762. Stubbs produced an etching himself of this painting (Lennox Boyd 17).

SUFFOLK. WHERSTEAD. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View "The Orwel from Wherstead Seat of Sir Robt Harland Bart" Miniature Engraving, trimmed to image, 1796. 3 x 6cm [ Ref: RGW13823] £15
*Shows shipping on the Orwell.

SUFFOLK. WHITTON. 'View of the Duke of Argyll's Seat at Whitton'. Engraving. 18th century. 7in x 10in [ Ref: RGW18135] £10


SURREY. BAGSHOT. 'View of Lord George Lenox's Seat of Admiral Keppel at Bagshot in Surrey'. Carrriage, figures and sundial in front of house. Engraving. 18th century. 5.5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW18134] £10


SURREY. COBHAM. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Cobham. Miniature Engraving, by G. Schroeder Early 19th century. 4 x 5cm [ Ref: RGW13835] £10
*Shows a watermill.

SURREY. DORKING. MINIATURE ENGRAVING View of Dorking Church. Miniature Engraving, by G. Schroeder Early 19th century. 4 x 5cm [ Ref: RGW13834] £10


SURREY. SLYFIELD HOUSE. 'Exterior View of Slyfield House and Interior Delineations of thr Staircase and Principal Apartments' after T. Allom by G. Rawle. 4 images on one sheet Engraving, trimmed, 19th century. 5.5in x 9in [ Ref: RGW18128] £10


SUSSEX. HASTINGS. "Interior of Hastings Castle" by J. Newman. Engraved view after T. Ross, and published by him, Hastings. 5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW1132] £7


SUSSEX. HASTINGS. "Hastings" by J. Newman. Engraved view, . Published by T. Ross, Hastings. 4in x 7in [ Ref: RGW1133] £8
*View from the sea looking ashore.

SUSSEX. HASTINGS. "Entrance to Hastings" by Taylor Engraved view, after Salmon, published by J. &F. Harwood. 4«in x 6in [ Ref: RGW1134] £8


SUSSEX. HASTINGS. "Hastings from the North" by J. Newman. Engraved view by J. Newman, published by T. Ross, Hastings. 5in x 7in [ Ref: RGW1135] £9


SUSSEX. HASTINGS. "Hastings Castle from the Revd. W. Wallinger's Plantation" by R. Martin. Lithograph after T. Ross, trimmed at foot preserving title, 6¬in x 9«in [ Ref: RGW1136] £15


SUSSEX. HASTINGS. Pair of views of "Hastings Castle" by C. Rosenberg, aquatints printed in sepia, trimmed, one print lacking top border and part of imprint, each 7in x 10«in [ Ref: RGW1137] £30


SUSSEX. ST LEONARDS. 'St Leonards from the Sea'. Engraved view by Capone after Marshall, published by J. &F. Harwood, June 1840, 5in x 6.5in [ Ref: RGW1138] £8


SUSSEX. WEST STOKE. 'View of Lord George Lenox's Seat at West-Stoke in Sussex'. Cart, sheep and donkey in front of house. Engraving. 18th century. 6in x 7in [ Ref: RGW18131] £10


SUSSEX. WINCHELSEA. "Winchelsea Church" Engraved view by J. &F. Harwood, 1841. 4in x 6in [ Ref: RGW1139] £5


SWITZERLAND. ENGLISH SCHOOL. 'Wallenstadten See. Glannish Looking towards Linthal' Lake with mountains behind. ORIGINAL DRAWING, heightened with white, titled and dated 1 August 1853 1853. 180 x 255mm [ Ref: RGW19675] £50
*Walenstadten is in the Canton of St Galen.

SWITZERLAND. BAD PFAFERS. "Das Bad Pfafers von der Sudseite", "Die Heilquelle von Pfafers" and "Das Bad Pfafers im Jahr 1544" by Johann Jakob Tribelhorn, the first two after Weber, Three lithographs all with slight foxing in margins, the second with tear and creasing in lower margin, St Gallen, n.d., c. 1842. 8.5in x 5in. Image in good condition [ Ref: RGW14795] £75
*Paracelsus stayed at Pfafers in 1539 and wrote a treatise on the benefits of the hot springs.

SWITZERLAND. BERNE. "Berne prise de la route de Thoune" Engraved by Burry, Uncoloured aquatint, very faint vertical crease, Published at Zurich, by H.E. Leuthold, c. 1840, 16cm x 17cm [ Ref: RGW12509] £40
*Attractive view with Swiss couple in foreground ,and the city beyond the river.

SWITZERLAND. COSTUME PRINT. 'Luzerne'. Woman and boy in local costume. Hand-coloured aquatint, a little spotting on surround, Published at Zurich, by Orell Fussli &Co, c. 1830, 150 x 100mm. [ Ref: RGW19970] £15


SWITZERLAND. GENEVA. 'Genf. Geneve Capitale du Canton de meme nom'. Hand-coloured aquatint, some slight foxing mainly on surround, Published at Zurich, by Traschler, c. 1830, 7cm x 10cm. (Sheet size 14cm x 18cm) [ Ref: RGW15579] £50
*A beautiful view showing the lake with the city to the left and Mont Blanc in the background.

SWITZERLAND. GOTTHARD'S PASS. TEUFELSBRUCKE. "Vue du Nouveau et de l'Ancien Pont dit du Diable" by Weber after Corrodi. Aquatint, carriage crossing the bridge a little marking in margins, n.d. 12.5in x 9.5in. Image in good condition [ Ref: RGW14794] £45


SWITZERLAND. MEIRINGEN. 'Meyringhen, chef-lieu de la vallee de Hasli, au Canton de Berne'. The town with the waterfalls in the background. Hand-coloured aquatint, glue mark on top margin, [?Published at Zurich, by Traschler], c. 1830, 6.5cm x 10cm. (Sheet size 14cm x 18cm) [ Ref: RGW15581] £50
*Meiringen is famous for the Reichenbach Falls, a spectacular water fall that was the setting for the demise of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's Sherlock Holmes.

SWITZERLAND. SCHWYTZ. 'Vue prise sur la route de Lowerz a Schwytz'. After Sperli by Bebi. Hand-coloured aquatint, numbered E 24, slight foxing in bottom margin, Published at Zurich, by Traschler, c. 1830, 7cm x 10cm. (Sheet size 14cm x 18cm) [ Ref: RGW15580] £45

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