Isaac and Ede
Caricatures
 
Pollard Politics

Robert POLLARD

Politics

A scarce aquatint and line engraving drawn and engraved by Robert Pollard after Katherine Maria Fanshaw, with aquatinting by J. Wells. Published in London by M. Ryland in 1791.

£2500

Framed
 
Cruikshank Brooks's

George Cruikshank.

Behold at Brook's step-nay! I'll be bound to say, A figure such as this you'll see there every day-.

Etching with original hand-colour, 'Drawn by an Amateur' and etched by George Cruikshank, published by Hannah Humphrey, in London June 15th 1815.

£185

Unframed
 
Fores Pall Mall

S.W. Fores.

A cool pipe in Pall Mall! Symptoms of equality.

Etching with original colour, published by S.W. Fores April 1st, 1800.

£450

Framed
 
Gillray Two-penny whist

after James Gillray.

Two-Penny Whist.

Etching with original hand colour, after the original published by Hannah Humphrey in 1796.

£195

Unframed
 
Rowlandson Bull and Mouth

Thomas Rowlandson after George Moutard Woodward.

The Bull and Mouth.

Etching with original hand colour, published in London by Thomas Tegg, December 24th 1808.

£560

Framed
 
Rowlandson Crimping a Quaker

Thomas Rowlandson.

Crimping a Quaker.

Etching with original hand colour, published by Thomas Tegg, 1814.

£375

Framed
 
Rowlandson Hiring a servant

Thomas Rowlandson.

Hiring a servant.

Etching with original hand colour, published by Thomas Tegg, c1811.

£475

Unframed
 
Rowlandson Spit Fires

Thomas Rowlandson.

Spit Fires. Tegg's Caricatures No 44.

Etching with original hand colour, published by Thomas Tegg, c.1810.

£465

Unframed
 
Woodward All Fours

Thomas Rowlandson after George Moutard Woodward.

All Fours.

Etching with original hand colour, published by William Holland, London, 1805.

£350

Framed
 
Woodward: Long Headed Minuet

Isaac Cruikshank after George Moutard Woodward.

The Long Headed Minuet.

Etching with original hand colour, published by Thomas Tegg, c.1807.

£650

Framed
 
Woodward: Reasonable Charges

Isaac Cruikshank? after George Moutard Woodward.

Reasonable Charges or Ducks metamorphosed!

Etching with original hand colour, published by Thomas Tegg, c.1805.

£450

Framed
 
Carington Bowles Angler

Carington Bowles

THE ANGELIC ANGLER
To be decoy'd is Men and Fishes Fate – With Cupid's Line when Beauty is the Bait

A charming hand coloured mezzotint engraving published by Carington Bowles in London in 1780.

£825

Framed
 
Carington Bowles Beauty

Carington Bowles

THE STUDIOUS BEAUTY

A charming hand coloured mezzotint engraving published by Carington Bowles in London in 1778.

£825

Framed
 
Rowlandson Music

Thomas ROWLANDSON

The Garden Trio

One from a larger series of hand coloured etchings with additional aquatinting, published as part of Thomas Rowlandson's charming and humorous work, The Tour of Dr. Syntax, London 1820.

£175

Framed
 
Victorian Valentines

Anon

A pair of humorous Victorian Valentines

An amusing pair of colour printed lithographs published in London circa 1880.

£850
Pair
Framed
 
Cruikshank Dr Flannel

Isaac Cruikshank after Woodward

A Hint to the Ladies or a Visit from Dr. FLANNEL

An etching by Isaac Cruikshank after George Woodward in full original hand colour and published by Thomas Tegg in London in 1807.

£450

Unframed
 
Hunt Amorous Clamorous

George Hunt after Theodore Lane

Amorous, Clamorous, Uproarious & Glorious: All coming from a Public Dinner

A hand coloured aquatint by George Hunt after the drawing of Theodore Lane, published in London in 1825.

£475

Unframed
 
Rowlandson John Bull at the Opera

Thomas Rowlandson

John Bull at the Italian Opera

An etching by Thomas Rowlandson in full original hand colour, published in London 1811.

£600

Unframed
 
Bunbury Country Club

William Dickinson after Henry Bunbury

The Country Club

A humorous stipple plate engraving printed in sepia ink with additional hand colour. Drawn by Henry Bunbury, engraved by William Dickinson and published in London in 1788.

£750

Framed
 
Scholtz Drinkers

Joseph SCHOLZ

Drinkers

A lithograph in vibrant, original hand colour published by Joseph Scholz in France and Holland between 1850 and 1860.

£350

Framed
 
Currier Gold Prospector

N. CURRIER.

The Independent Gold Hunter on his Way to California. I Neither Borrow or Lend.

A charming lithograph in original hand colour by Nathaniel Currier (1813-1888) published in New York between 1849 and 1852.

£1500

Framed
 
Bowles Maccaroni Hairdressing

Carington BOWLES

The Lilly-White Macaroni.

A charming mezzotint droll published in London circa 1772.

£165

Unframed
 
Cruikshank Caricatures

Isaac Robert CRUIKSHANK

Caricatures
1. Honour and Magnanimity
2. The Pleasures of Angling

Two from a larger series (more available) of hand coloured etchings by Isaac Robert Cruikshank (1789-1856); published by Thomas Boys of Ludgate Hill, London, in 1819.

£65
Individually priced
Unframed
 
Dighton Impures

Robert DIGHTON

Two Impures of the Ton driving to the Gigg Shop, Hammersmith

An etching in original hand colour, engraved by Robert Dighton and published by Sayer and Bennett in Cheapside, London in 1781.

£250

Framed
 
Humphrey Midshipmen

George HUMPHREY

The Interior of a Midshipman's Birth

A hand coloured aquatint drawn by an anonymous naval officer and published by Humphrey at his famous print-publishing business on St. James's Street in 1821.

£350

Unframed
 
McLean Transport

Thomas McLEAN

New Principles, or the March of Invention

A hand coloured etching published by Thomas McLean in London in 1830.

£250

Unframed
 
Sayer Bennett Drolls

Robert SAYER and John BENNETT

The Love Letter [&] The Contemplative Charmer

A delightful pair of Georgian drolls depicting society beauties swooning for their lovers' embrace. These prints are executed in mezzotint and heavily coloured with watercolour and gouache as was typical of this form of engraving. They were published by Sayer and Bennett in Fleet Street, London in 1784 and 1780 respectively.

£1500
Pair
Framed
 
Bowles: Sailor's Pleasure.

Carington Bowles

The Sailor's Pleasure. / When Storms and Tempests all are o'er, / And Jack receives his Cash on shore, / Then for his Doxies all he'll send, / What's dearly earn'd he'll freely spend.

A charming mezzotint droll published in London by Carrington Bowles circa 1790.

£450

Framed
 
Mortimer: Shakespearean Characters

John Mortimer

Falstaff [&] Bardolph

A pair of copper plate etchings published by J. Mortimer in London in 1775 and 1776.


£700
Pair
Unframed
 
Knight: Dancing Bear

Charles Knight after Henry Bunbury

A Dancing Bear

A stipple plate engraving printed in sepia ink, engraved by Charles Knight after the drawing by Henry William Bunbury, published in London by W. Dickinson 1785.


£365

Unframed
 
Spy: Gladstone

Spy

Young Hopeful [Herbert John Gladstone MP]

One from a large series of chromolithographed plates published in issues of Vanity Fair during the latter half of the nineteenth century. This plate was published in 1882

£95

Unframed

 
Spy: Rothschild

Ape for Vanity Fair

Baron Lionel [Baron Lionel Nathan de Rothschild]

One from a large series of chromolithographed plates published in issues of Vanity Fair during the latter half of the nineteenth century. This plate was issued in 1877.

£95

Unframed

 
Burckardt: Firemen

C. BURCKARDT

[Pair of Firemen]

Chromolithographic posters by C. Burckardt, published in Weissenburg in the southern region of Alsace, circa 1880.

£1200
Pair
Unframed

 
Scholz: Gunsman satire

Joseph SCHOLZ

Gunsman

A lithograph in vibrant, original hand colour published by Joseph Scholz in France and Holland between 1850 and 1860.

Others available

£285

 
Knight Comic Readings
Knight Tragic Readings

Charles KNIGHT after R. Boyne

Tragic Readings
&
Comic Readings


A pair of colour printed stipple plate engravings by Charles Knight after the paintings by R. Boyne, published in London in 1791.
Each 22 x 18". Framed.

£3,500

 
Rowlandson: Auction

Thomas ROWLANDSON

THE TOUR of Dr. SYNTAX
Doctor Syntax at an Auction

One of a series of hand coloured etchings with aquatint, published in The Tour of Dr. Syntax, London 1820.

£165
 
Rowlandson: Bull and Mouth

Thomas ROWLANDSON after WOODWARD.

The Bull and Mouth.

Copperplate etching with original hand colour by Rowlandson after Woodward.
Plate size 13 x 9 inches.

£580

 
Gillray: Fighting for the Dunghill

James GILLRAY

Various caricatures

Copper plate engravings with later hand colour published in Bohn’s Complete Works of James Gillray in London in 1849.


£195 to £375 Framed
 
Ackermann's Microcosm of London

Rudolph ACKERMANN

Exhibition of Water Coloured Drawings, Old Bond Street.

An aquatint in fine original colour, etched by Stadler after Thomas Rowlandson & Charles Augustus Pugin, published by Ackermann, London 1808. One of the series "Ackermann's Microcosrm of London", many others available.

 

From
£125


C. BURCKARDT

ACTORS, ENTERTAINERS and CIRCUS PERFORMERS

Lfe size lithographed portraits by C. Burckardt and others, published in Weissenburg in the southern region of Alsace, circa 1880.
29½ x 68¼".

Burckardt: Fiddle Player

Burckardt: Trombonist

Burckardt: Mephistopheles
Fiddle Player Trombonist Mephistopheles

SOLD - OTHERS AVAILABLE

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