Isaac and Ede
Sporting Prints
 
Harris Herring Racehorses

John Harris after J. F. Herring

The British Stud: Camel and Banter

A large-scale aquatint partly printed in colour and finished by hand; engraved by John Harris after the painting by John Francis Herring and published by Messers Fores as part of their British Stud series, in London in 1846.

£1800

Framed
 
Hunt Bee's Wing Horse

Charles Hunt after John Francis Herring

Bee's Wing

An aquatint partly printed in colour and finished by hand; engraved by Charles Hunt after the painting by J. F. Herring and published in London 1842.

£985

Framed
 
Alken Herne Bay Steeplechase

Henry Alken Junior

Herne Bay Grand Steeple Chase, April 3rd, 1834

A set of four hand coloured etchings with additional aquatinting; drawn and engraved by Henry Alken and published in London in 1834.

£1750
Set of 4
Framed
 
Bentley Alken Leicestershire Steeplechase

Charles Bentley after Henry Alken

Grand Leicestershire Steeplechase on the 12th March 1829

1. The Start

2. Going the Pace

3. Symptoms of Distress

4. The Field becomes Select

5. A Rich Scene

6. Dick Christian's last fall

7. The Climax of Disaster

8. The Winning Post at Billesdon Coplow

A magnificent set of eight hand coloured aquatints by Charles Bentley after the paintings by Henry Alken; published by Ackermann in London in 1830.

£3500
Set of 8
Framed
 
Dean Derby Winners

Dean and Co. after J. Rogers

Race Horses
1. Attila A the Property of Col. Anson, Winner of the Derby Stake at Epsom, the 25th May 1842.
2. Cotherstone the Property of Mr. Bowe's, Winner of the Derby Stakes, at Epsom May 31st 1843.

An unusual pair of hand coloured lithographs depicting two famous Derby winners in consecutive years 1842-1843, published in London in 1843.

£1800
Pair
Framed
 
Hamerton Cambridgeshire Hounds

R. J. Hamerton

To C. Barnett Esq., Master of the Hunt This Print of J. Ward, Huntsman to the Cambridgeshire Hounds on Forester.

A hand coloured lithograph by R. J. Hamerton published by Day and Haghe, Lithographers to the Queen; London 1843.

£650

Framed
 
Harris Doncaster Races

John Harris after James Pollard

Doncaster Races ~ St. Leger Stakes of 1836
1. Vexation - the False Start
2. Off in Good Style
3. Who' s the Winner
4. All but Settling

A magnificent set of four hand coloured aquatints by John Harris after the paintings by James Pollard, published by Ackermann in London in 1837.

£5600
Set of 4
Framed
 
Harris Henderson  Horses

John Harris after Charles Henderson

Changing Horses
From a Picture in the Possession of Lord MacDonald

4. All but Settling

Aquatint in fine original hand colour; engraved by John Harris after the painting by Charles Henderson and published in London by Messers Fores in 1842. Produced as a part of the perennially popular series of Fores Coaching Recollections.

£1250

Framed
 
Harris Henderson Coaching

John Harris after Charles Henderson

Coaching Recollections
1. All Right
2. Pulling up to Unskid

A charming pair of hand coloured aquatints by John Harris after the paintings by Charles Henderson; published as part of Fores's Coaching Recollections in London in 1842.

£2600
Pair
Framed
 
Hester Sturgess Victory

E. Hester after J. Sturgess

The Struggle for Victory
Cremorne winning the Alexandra Plate at Ascot in October 1873

A magnificent aquatint in original hand colour; engraved by Edward Gilbert Hester after the painting by John Sturgess. Published in London in 1873.

£2500

Framed
 
Hunt Belle Hunt

Charles Hunt

The Belle of the Hunt

Aquatint and line engraving in magnificent original hand colour; engraved by Charles Hunt after Hunt Senior and published in London in 1866.

£2800

Framed
 
Hunt Liverpool Steeplechase

Charles Hunt

Liverpool Grand Steeplechase, 1839

A pair (2 from 4) of hand coloured aquatints depicting the Grand National of 1839. Drawn and engraved by Charles Hunt and published in London by Laird of Leadenhall Street, June 1839.

£1400
Pair
Framed
 
Lewis Landseer Hunters

Charles Lewis after Sir Edwin Landseer

Hunters at Grass

A black and white steel plate engraving by Charles George Lewis (1808-1880) after the painting by Sir Edwin Landseer RA; published in London and New York in 1866.

£1400

Framed
 
Lupton-Cooper-Fleur

Thomas Lupton after Abraham Cooper

Fleur-de-Lis
The Property of His Majesty, late in the possession of Sir M. W. Ridley Bart MP to whom this Plate is most humbly dedicated by his obliged Servant, A. Cooper

A mezzotint engraving by Thomas Lupton after the painting by Abraham Cooper; originally published in London by James Bulcock in 1828 but this impression issued later circa 1870.

£950

Framed
 
Morlon Bonnemaison Poney Chaise

Bettanier Morlon after De Bonnemaison

Poney-Chaise

Hand coloured lithograph by Morlon after Bonnemaison; published by Lemercier in Paris circa 1840.

£1450

Framed
 
Sayer Bennett Firetail

Sayer and Bennett

Firetail the Property of Thomas Foley Esq.

A mezzotint engraving (probably after James Seymour), published by Sayer and Bennett in London in 1774.

£1600

Framed
 
Smith Hillyard Flying Dutchman

C. Smith after J. W. Hillyard

The Flying Dutchman

A mezzotint in full original hand colour, engraved by Smith after the painting by J. W. Hillyard; published by J. Moore in London in 1849 as part of his famous series, "Moore's Celebrated Winners".

£1400

Framed
 
Stevens Hall Colonel

William Stevens after Harry Hall

The Colonel
Winner of the Liverpool Grand National Steeplechase in 1869 and 1870

A large-scale aquatint in full original hand colour; engraved by William Stevens (brother of the jockey) after the painting by Harry Hall and published in Cheltenham in 1870.

£1600

Framed
 
Uzelac Polo

Milivoj Uzelac

Polo

A highly decorative Pochoir, or stencil, print by Milivoj Uzelec (1897-1977) published in Paris in 1932.

£650

Framed
 
Low Connamara Horse

Professor David Low

The Connamara Horse

A lithograph in original hand colour issued in David Low's "The Breeds of the Domestic Animals of the British Isles" in London in 1842.

£450

Framed
 
Stubbs Gimcrack

George Townly Stubbs after Sir George Stubbs.

Gimcrack.

Etching and stipple engraving by George Townly Stubbs after the painting by his uncle, George Stubbs; published in London in 1817.

This is the second state of the plate republished by Edward Orme in New Bond Street in London, 1817. The earliest painting of this version was commissioned by Lord Grosvenor and issued in 1775.

£2400

Framed
 
Hunt Jones Stage Coach

George Hunt after S. Jones.

Stage Coach.

A hand coloured aquatint by George Hunt after the painting by S.J.E. Jones; published in London by J. Moore in 1827.

£1200

Framed
 
Ridinger Dressage

Johann Elias Ridinger.

[A pair of Horse Dressage]
Le pas aux murilles par la Driote. [&] Passager a la muraille a gauche.

A magnificent pair of early etchings of horse dressage by Johann Elias Ridinger; published in Augsburg circa 1740.

£1600
Pair
Unframed
 
Royal Enfield Bicycles

Publicity artwork.

Royal Enfield - The choice of Experts.

Watercolour on paper. An original artwork from the 1950s to promote the Royal Enfield racing bicycle. The Royal Enfield brand ceased to operate in England in the early 1970s but until then it was famous for producing excellent motorbikes and bicycles that were exported all around the world. The first motorbike was produced in Worcestershire in 1901 and this evocative poster dates from the 1950s; the hey day of British cycling.

£1250

Framed
 
Pollard Mail Coach

Frederick Rosenberg after James Pollard

THE MAIL COACH IN A FLOOD

An aquatint in full original colour by Rosenberg after Pollard; published in London in 1827

£1250

Unframed
 
Carington Bowles Foxhunting

Carington Bowles

A set of four Fox Hunting Scenes
1. Going to Cover
2. Making a Cast at a Fault
3. The Chace of the Fox
4. The Death of the Fox

A scarce set of four copper plate etchings in vibrant original hand colour. This set depicts the four stages of a hunt and are offered in their original frames and glass. They were printed for Carington Bowles and published in London circa 1775. Although unattributed these prints are almost certainly engraved by Thomas Burford (1710-1774) after the paintings by James Seymour.

£6000
Set of 4
Framed
 
Collyer Warren Hill

Joseph COLLYER after Edward Francis Burney

To His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, This View of the Noblemen's and Gentlemen's Trains of Running Horses, with the Grooms and Horses in their full Liveries, Taking their Exercise up the Warren Hill, East of the Town of Newmarket.

A black and white aquatint , engraved by Joseph Collyer after Edward Francis Burney and published by John Bodger in Stilton and others, including Molteno and Tattersall's, in 1791.

£1200

Framed
 
Giles Stable Scenes

John West GILES after J. Herring

J. F. HERRING'S STABLE SCENES
1. Carriage Horses
2. Roadsters

A splendid pair of hand coloured lithographs by John West Giles after the painting by J. F. Herring, published in London and New York simultaneously in 1852.

£3500
Pair
Framed
 
Currier Trotting

Nathaniel Currier

[Pair of Long Island Trotting Prints]
LADY SUTTON, Centreville trotting Course L.
JAMES K. POLK, Union Course L.I.

Pair of lithographs by Nathaniel Currier, in crisp original hand colour, published in New York in 1850.

£4500
pair
Framed
 
Herring Bay Middleton

Charles Hunt after J. F. Herring

Bay Middleton (Rode By James Robinson)
The Winner Of The Derby Stakes At Epsom, 1836

A hand coloured aquatint by Charles Hunt after the painting by John Frederick Herring; published in London by S and J Fuller in 1836.

£1200

Framed
 
Ward Chalon Selim

William Ward after H. B. Chalon

Selim
Selim, a chestnut horse bred by His Grace the Duke of Queensbury, foaled in 1802… To His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales

A colour printed mezzotint engraved by William Ward after Henry Bernard Chalon and published in London by C. Random in 1809.

£2200

Framed
 
Alken Cockney Shooting

Henry ALKEN

A set of Six Humorous "Cockney" Shooting Prints

1. First Shot Flying - He Flies off his Charger and the Birds fly away

2. Ox Bird or Stint Shooting - A Signal of Distress

3. First Shot at a Hare - I've hit one of them by George!

4. First View of a Point - What makes the stupid Dog stand so?

5. First View of a Woodcock - Mark that thing there with the long Bill!

6. The Best Shot of All - I'll never touch a Gun more. I give up my Pledge

A charming set of six aquatints in original hand colour, drawn and engraved by Henry Alken and published in London circa 1830.

£2400
Set of 6
Framed
 
Bromley Staghounds Ascot

Frederick BROMLEY after F. Grant

The Meeting of H.M. Stag Hounds on Ascot Heath

A mezzotint engraving by Bromley after Grant published in London in 1839.

£450

Framed
 
Harris Henderson Coaching

John Harris after Charles Henderson

FORES' COACHING RECOLLECTIONS

1. Changing Horses

2. All Right

3. Pulling up to Unskid

4. Waking Up

5. The Olden Time

6. The Night Team

A set of six aquatints in original colour, engraved by Harris, Hunt and Papprill after the paintings by Charles Henderson (1803-1877) and published in London 1842. Charles Henderson had a predilection for coaching scenes and these six are perhaps his best loved images. He exhibited at The Royal Academy twice and spent most of his working life in London.

£4500
Set of 6
Framed
 
Turner Shooting set

Thomas FAIRLAND after F.C. Turner.

[Set of four shooting prints.]
Pheasant Shooting
Wild Duck Shooting
Woodcock Shooting
Grouse Shooting.

A set of four coloured lithographs engraved by Fairland after F.C. Turner, published by William Spooner in London, 1840.

£2400
Set of four
Unframed
 
Pyall Shooting

Henry PYALL after Mr. Jones

Wooodcock Shooting

An aquatint and etched engraving by Henry Pyall after the painting by Mr. Jones and published in London in 1827.

£1250

Framed
 
Whessell: Haphazard

John Whessell after T. Hilton

HAPHAZARD

A black and white etching by John Whessell after the drawing, taken from life at York race course; published in London by John Harris in 1815.

£1500

Framed
 
Harris: Cock at Sutton

John Harris after James Pollard.

The Cock, at Sutton.

A hand coloured aquatint engraved by John Harris after the painting by James Pollard, published by Ackermann in London in 1838.

£525

Unframed
 
Suntach: Shooting

Antoine Suntach after George Morland and Isaac Ibbetson.

La Chasse du Canard. [&] La Chasse Du Lievre.

A charming pair of stipple plate etchings by Antoine Suntach after the drawings of Morland and Ibbetson, published in London in 1791 and 1792 respectively.

£600
pair
Unframed
 
Chalon: Raby Pack.

William Ward after H. B. Chalon.

Raby Pack. The Earl of Darlington's Fox Hounds in their Kennel. Representing correct Portraits of the most celebrated Hounds, Also His Lordship's Huntsman and Dog-Feeder. Sayer and Leonard. Dedicated by permission to the Rt. Honble. The Earl of Darlington and the Members of the Raby Hunt.

A mezzotint engraving by William Ward after the painting by Henry Bernard Chalon, published in London in 1814.

£1250

Framed
 
Dodd: Pheasant Shooting

Robert Dodd after Julius Caesar Ibbetson.

Pheasant Shooting.

An aquatint with etching printed in sepia ink. Engraved by Robert Dodd after the painting by J. C. Ibbetson and published in London circa 1790.

£650

Framed
 
Fred Archer on Iroqois

A.P.

Iroqois Winner of the Derby 1881.

Chromolithograph in contemporary frame.

£850

Framed
 
Giller: Fox Hounds

William Giller after R. B. Davis.

Fox Hounds Running in Covert.

A mezzotint engraving by Giller after Davis, published in London circa 1830.

£850

Framed
 
Uzelac Sporting

Milivoj Uzelac.

1. Fencing 2. Mountaineering 3. Golf 4. Rugby 5. Rowing 6. Skiing

A selection from a larger series of decorative Pochoir, or stencil, prints by Milivoj Uzelec (1897-1977) published in Paris in 1932.

£350
each
Unframed
 
Collyer: Newmarket

Joseph Collyer after Edward Francis Burney

To His Royal Highness the Prince of Wales, This View of the Noblemen's and Gentlemen's Trains of Running Horses, with the Grooms and Horses in their full Liveries, Taking their Exercise up the Warren Hill, East of the Town of Newmarket.

An aquatint in original hand colour, engraved by Joseph Collyer after Edward Francis Burney and published by John Bodger in Stilton and others, including Molteno and Tattersall's, in 1791.


£2400

Framed
 
Harris Alken: Steeplechase

J. Harris after Henry Alken

The First Steeple-Chase on Record.

A set of four aquatints in full original hand colour, published in London by Ackermann in 1839.


£3200
Set of 4
Unframed
 
Stubbs: Gameskeeper & Labourers

Henry BIRCHE after George Stubbs

The Gamekeepers [&] The Labourers

Pair of colour-printed mezzotints by Birche after Stubbs, published in London, 1790 by B.B. Evans


£2400
Pair
Framed
 
Hester: Doncaster Races

Edward Hester after Sturgess

THE DONCASTER GRAND STEEPLE CHASE

An aquatint in original colour by Edward Hester after the painting by Sturgess and published in London in 1881.


£1400
Framed
 
Lipschitz: Cricket

Lipschitz after

A CRICKET MATCH BETWEEN SUSSEX AND KENT

A scarce lithograph by S. Lipschitz after the original engraving by G. H. Phillips, published in Spitalfields, London circa 1870.


£1600
Framed
 
Maile Merke: Roe Bucks

Maile and Merke after Philip Reinagle

ROE-BUCKS

An aquatint in original colour, engraved by Maile and Merke after the painting by Philip Reinagle, published in London 1810.


£525
Framed
 
Alken: Hunt Dinner

George HUNT after Henry Alken

The Toast

An aquatint in original colour by George Hunt after the drawings of Henry Alken, published at 24, Haymarket, London by Thomas McLean in 1824.

£650
Framed

 
Jenkins: Racing

J. JENKINS after W. Mason

Country Race Course
1. Preparing to Start
2. Horses Running

A charming pair of mixed method engravings by J. Jenkins with additional aquatinting by Francis Jukes, after the paintings by William Mason and published in London in 1786.

£2800
Pair
Framed

  
Reeve: Goodwood

Richard Gilson REEVE after James Pollard

Goodwood Grand Stand

A coloured aquatint of the Grand Stand at Goodwood racecourse engraved by Richard Reeve after the painting by James Pollard and published in London in 1836.

£650
Framed

 
Reinagle: Snipe Shooting

NICHOLS and BLUCK after P. Reinagle

To the Rt. Honble. Lord Clive, this Plate of Snipe Shooting is most respectfully dedicated with Permission by His most humble & much obliged servants Random & Sneath

A scarce aquatint engraving by William Nichols and Bluck after the painting by Philip Reinagle (1749-1833, RA) and published in London in 1807 by Random and Sneath of Bloomsbury Square. The two engravers were both well respected for their work in stipple and aquatint and collaborated over this delightful print.

£1600
Framed

 
Seymour: Standing Leap

James SEYMOUR

A Standing Leap at a Gate

A mezzotint engraving in vibrant original colour, engraved after the painting of James Seymour and published in London by Laurie and Whittle in 1794.

£650
Framed

 
Whessell: Diamond

John WHESSELL after John Sartorius

DIAMOND.

A mixed method engraving combining stipple and etching, partially printed in colour and finished by hand. Engraved by Whessell after the painting by Sartorius and published by John Harris in London in 1799.

£1,650
Framed

 
Nicholson: A Sporting Almanac

William NICHOLSON

A Sporting Almanac

A wonderful set of twelve lithographed prints by William Nicholson, depicting a different sporting activity for every month of the year, published in London by William Heinemann in 1898 and printed on Japanese vellum.

£2200
Set of 12
Framed

 
Clark: Priam winning the Gold Cup

John CLARK after J. F. Gilbert

PRIAM WINNING THE GOLD CUP IN 1831, ON GOODWOOD RACE COURSE

A hand coloured aquatint by John Clark after the painting by Joseph Francis Gilbert and published in Chichester in 1831.

£2,500
Framed

 
Howett: Horses frightenid by a Storm
Howitt: Council of Horses

Samuel HOWITT

Horses Frightened by Lightning

Council of Horses

A pair of colour printed aquatints drawn and etched by Samuel Howitt with additional aquatinting by Greig and Bailey, published in London in 1801.

£1,800
Pair

 
Henry Alken: Racing
J. Clark after Henry ALKEN

RACING

An aquatint engraving with original hand colour, depicting an early racing scene. Engraved by John Clark after Henry Alken, published in the National Sports of Great Britain, published in London by Thomas McLean, 1821.

£575

 
James Ward: Livery Stable

James Ward.

A Livery Stable.

Mezzotint, published by Simpson and Darling & Thompson, in London in 1896.

£950

 
Henry Bunbury: Annals of Horsemanship
William DICKINSON after Henry Bunbury

ANNALS OF HORSEMANSHIP
How to make the least of him

Stipple plate engraving by William Dickinson after the drawings of Henry Bunbury, printed in sepia ink and published in the Annals of Horsemanship, London 1791.

Others in the series available.

£225
each
 
Drummond: Cricket Match between Sussex and Kent

G. H. PHILLPS after William DRUMMOND

The Cricket Match between Sussex & Kent at Brighton

Aquatint by Clarke, published London 1821.

£975

 
Pollard: Bottom Fishing

James POLLARD

Bottom Fishing.

Aquatint and line engraving, printed in colours, published London 1850.

£975

 
Henry Alken: Racing John CLARK after Henry Alken.

Racing
Racing from Newmarket Heath

Pair of hand coloured aquatints. Published in the National Sports of Great Britain, Thomas McLean, London, 1821.

Plate sizes 14½ x 10½ inches. Framed and glazed.

£1,600
Pair


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