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  1. Vanishing Race – Navaho
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    CURTIS, Edward S.

    Vanishing Race – Navaho 1904

    £4,750

    Original sepia photograph, signed by Curtis in black ink in the lower right-hand corner. This is one of the most iconic images from Curtis’s monumental undertaking to document the life and culture of the North American Indians at the beginning of the 20th century. This … Read more

  2. Bacchus and Ariadne.
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    MACKINTOSH, Robert W.

    Bacchus and Ariadne. 1887

    £350

    After Titian’s Bacchus and Ariadne at the National Gallery, London. Read more

  3. Bacchus and Ariadne.
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    TITIAN, After.

    Bacchus and Ariadne. 1887

    £650

    After Titian’s Bacchus and Ariadne currently in the National Gallery, London. Signed by the engraver and the printer in pencil. Read more

  4. Sir Richard Wingfield.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Sir Richard Wingfield. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  5. Edward Lord Clinton.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Edward Lord Clinton. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  6. Sir Richard Southwell.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Sir Richard Southwell. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  7. Sir Philip Hobby.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Sir Philip Hobby. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  8. Ormond.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Ormond. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  9. Brooke Lord Cobham.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Brooke Lord Cobham. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  10. Sir Henry Guldeford.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Sir Henry Guldeford. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  11. Thomas Parrie.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Thomas Parrie. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  12. Edward Stanley Earle of Darbey.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Edward Stanley Earle of Darbey. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  13. N. John Poines.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    N. John Poines. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  14. John Poines.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    John Poines. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  15. Sir Thomas Strange.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Sir Thomas Strange. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  16. Philipp Melanchton.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Philipp Melanchton. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  17. Sir Gawen Carew.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Sir Gawen Carew. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  18. Sir Nicholas Poins.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Sir Nicholas Poins. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  19. John Colet, Dean of St Pauls.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    John Colet, Dean of St Pauls. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  20. Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Henry Howard, Earl of Surrey. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  21. Sir William Sherington.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Sir William Sherington. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  22. John Russell, first Earl of Bedford, Lord Privy Seal.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    John Russell, first Earl of Bedford, Lord Privy Seal. 1812

    £50

    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  23. Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    Thomas Howard, Earl of Surrey. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  24. William Fitzwilliam, Earl of Southampton.
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    HOLBEIN, Hans.

    William Fitzwilliam, Earl of Southampton. 1812

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    Bartolozzi developed his style to imitate the subtleties of renaissance and baroque chalk drawings and became deservedly famous for his stipple engraving. The portraits in this collection show how effective this technique was in reproducing with such incredible fidelity Holbein’s original designs. Engraved by … Read more

  25. (Horsemanship)
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    PASS, Crispin van de.

    (Horsemanship) 1625

    £300

    From the L’Instrction du Roy en L’Exercise de Monter a Cheval by Antoine de Pluvinel. A very important work on equestrianism, engraved by the Dutch engraver Crispijn de Pass. Pluvinel’s innovative method of horse training was regarded as much more humane than earlier methods. This … Read more

  26. (Horsemanship)
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    PASS, Crispin van de.

    (Horsemanship) 1625

    £350

    From the L’Instrction du Roy en L’Exercise de Monter a Cheval by Antoine de Pluvinel. A very important work on equestrianism, engraved by the Dutch engraver Crispijn de Pass. Pluvinel’s innovative method of horse training was regarded as much more humane than earlier methods. This … Read more

  27. (Horsemanship)
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    PASS, Crispin van de.

    (Horsemanship) 1625

    £350

    From the L’Instrction du Roy en L’Exercise de Monter a Cheval by Antoine de Pluvinel. A very important work on equestrianism, engraved by the Dutch engraver Crispijn de Pass. Pluvinel’s innovative method of horse training was regarded as much more humane than earlier methods. This … Read more

  28. The Custom House.
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    BANKES, Thomas.

    The Custom House. c 1775

    £145

    The Custom House, on the north bank of the Thames in the City of London was formerly in use for the collection of customs duties. It was in use for many centuries and rebuilt on a number of occasions. This charming engraving shows a busy … Read more

  29. The Tower of London.
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    BANKES, Thomas.

    The Tower of London. c 1775

    £175

    The Tower of London is a historic castle on the north bank of the River Thames. It was founded towards the end of 1066 as part of the Norman Conquest of England by William The Conqueror. The Tower has served variously as a prison, an … Read more

  30. The Royal Exchange.
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    BANKES, Thomas.

    The Royal Exchange. c 1775

    £95

    The Royal Exchange was officially opened by Queen Elizabeth I on 23 January 1571. This is an engraving of the second exchange built on the site. It was designed by Edward Jarman, and was opened in 1669, however it unfortunately was destroyed by fire in … Read more

  31. Rome MDCCCXLIX
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    LITTLE, William.

    Rome MDCCCXLIX 1850

    £750

    Splendid panoramic view presented with the Illustrated London News. The aftermath of the the French siege on Rome, which was defended by Guiseppe Garibaldi after its short spell as a republic, is depicted by canons and armoury which lay strewn on the hill above. Read more

  32. [The Great Seals of England]
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    RAPIN & TINDAL.

    [The Great Seals of England] 1745

    £600

    A magnificent set of five exquisitely coloured engravings of the Great Seals of English Monarchs; King George I, Queen Anne, King William III, William & Mary and Queen Anne after the Union with Scotland. Read more

  33. Hampton Court.
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    MAWMAN, J.

    Hampton Court. c1821

    £65

    A lovely view of Hampton Court published in 1821. It was originally built for Cardinal Wolsey in the early years of the sixteenth century however, when he fell from royal favour, it passed to King Henry VIII who enlarged the palace. This is a sepia … Read more

  34. As the Years Roll By (Time)
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    SADLER, Walter Dendy, etched by DOBIE, James

    As the Years Roll By (Time) 1902

    £245

    A lovely scene depicting a young couple in their garden, with their young baby and nanny, contrasting with elderly couples taking tea and reminiscing upon their younger days and lives. Tear to right margin and bottom margin Read more

  35. The Antiquarey
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    SADLER, Walter Dendy, etched by DOBIE, James

    The Antiquarey 1896

    £245

    Etching, uncoloured 480 x 355 Very good condition, some very light foxing to margins, not affecting image Read more

  36. The Election
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    HOGARTH, William. Engraved by T. Cook.

    The Election 1812.

    £1,200

    Set of 4 This progress, Hogarth’s last, is based on the disorderly, riotous Oxfordshire election of 1754 in which the Duke of Marlborough, a Whig (“the New Interest”), challenged the entrenched Tories (“the Old Interest”) in the established stronghold of the latter party. Aimed at … Read more

  37. The Hand & Shears, Smithfield
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    MAGGS, John Charles.

    The Hand & Shears, Smithfield c. 1910

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    Coaching. Read more

  38. Clinton, Earl of Lincoln.
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    JACOBS.

    Clinton, Earl of Lincoln. c1790

    £75

    A delightfully small but decorative family crest of family of The Earl of Clinton. Read more

  39. Hastings, Earl of Huntingdon &c.
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    Hastings, Earl of Huntingdon &c. c1790

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    A decorative small heraldic crest of the family of The Earl of Huntingdon. The Latin family motto translates to: ” Victory in Truth”. Read more

  40. Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury.
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    JACOBS.

    Talbot, Earl of Shrewsbury. c1790

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    A decorative small heraldic crest of the family of The Earl of Shrewsbury, featuring a crown and two lions rampant. The Latin family motto translates to: ” Ready to Accomplish”. Read more

  41. Bertie, Duke of Ancaster &c.
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    Bertie, Duke of Ancaster &c. c1790

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    A decorative small heraldic crest of the family of The Duke of Ancaster. The Latin family motto translates to: ” Loyalty Binds Me”. Read more

  42. General view of Esouan and the Island of Elephantine.
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    ROBERTS, David.

    General view of Esouan and the Island of Elephantine. 1842-9

    £1,750

    Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to “serve me for the rest of my life” (Roberts, eastern journal, … Read more

  43. Grand Entrance to the Temple of Luxor.
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    ROBERTS, David.

    Grand Entrance to the Temple of Luxor. 1842-9

    £1,950

    Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to “serve me for the rest of my life” (Roberts, eastern journal, … Read more

  44. Karnak.
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    ROBERTS, David.

    Karnak. 1842-9

    £1,750

    Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to “serve me for the rest of my life” (Roberts, eastern journal, … Read more

  45. Church of the Annunciation.
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    ROBERTS, David.

    Church of the Annunciation. 1842-9

    £750

    Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to “serve me for the rest of my life” (Roberts, eastern journal, … Read more

  46. Citadel of Jerusalem.
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    ROBERTS, David.

    Citadel of Jerusalem. 1842-9

    £750

    Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to “serve me for the rest of my life” (Roberts, eastern journal, … Read more

  47. Baalbec.
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    ROBERTS, David.

    Baalbec. 1842-9

    £1,500

    Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to “serve me for the rest of my life” (Roberts, eastern journal, … Read more

  48. Nablous. Ancient Shechem.
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    ROBERTS, David.

    Nablous. Ancient Shechem. 1842-9

    £1,500

    Roberts was the first independent, professional British artist to travel so extensively in the Near East. His tour in 1838-9 produced 272 sketches, a panorama of Cairo and three full sketchbooks, enough material to “serve me for the rest of my life” (Roberts, eastern journal, … Read more

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