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Lot 14: Thomas Rowlandson (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor

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by Sarasota Estate Auction

November 12, 2016

Sarasota, FL, USA

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  • Thomas Rowlandson  (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor
  • Thomas Rowlandson  (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor
  • Thomas Rowlandson  (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor
  • Thomas Rowlandson  (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor
  • Thomas Rowlandson  (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor
  • Thomas Rowlandson  (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor
  • Thomas Rowlandson  (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor
  • Thomas Rowlandson  (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor
   
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Description: Thomas Rowlandson (UK, 1756 - 1827) Watercolor "The Review". Titled in lower matting. With Leggatt Brothers Label (UK) Verso. Image size: 7 x 15 inches. In 1765 or 1766 he started at the Soho Academy.There is no documentary evidence that Rowlandson took drawing classes at the mainly business-oriented school, but it seems likely, as on leaving school in 1772, he became a student at the Royal Academy.[4] According to his obituary of 22 April 1827 in The Gentlemen's Magazine, Rowlandson was sent to Paris at the age of 16 (1772), and spent two years studying in a "drawing academy." there. In Paris he studied drawing "the human figure" and continued developing his youthful skill in caricature. It was on his return to London that he took classes at the Royal Academy, then based at Somerset House. Rowlandson spent six years studying at the Royal Academy, but about a third of this time was spent in Paris where he may have studied under Jean-Baptiste Pigalle. He later made frequent tours to the Continent, enriching his portfolios with numerous sketches of life and character. In 1775 he exhibited a drawing of Dalilah Payeth Sampson a Visit while in Prison at Gaza at the Royal Academy and two years later received a silver medal for a bas-relief figure. His drawing of Vauxhall, shown in the Royal Academy exhibition of 1784, had been engraved by Pollard, and the print was a success. Rowlandson was largely employed by Rudolph Ackermann, the art publisher, who in 1809—issued in his Poetical Magazine The Schoolmaster's Tour—a series of plates with illustrative verses by Dr. William Combe. They were the most popular of the artist's works. Again engraved by Rowlandson himself in 1812, and issued under the title of the Tour of Dr Syntax in Search of the Picturesque, they had attained a fifth edition by 1813, and were followed in 1820 by Dr Syntax in Search of Consolation, and in 1821 by the Third Tour of Dr Syntax in Search of a Wife. He also produced a body of erotic prints and woodcuts. The same collaboration of designer, author and publisher appeared in the English Dance of Death, issued in 1814–16 and in the Dance of Life, 1817. Rowlandson also illustrated Smollett, Goldsmith and Sterne, and his designs will be found in The Spirit of the Public Journals (1825), The English Spy (1825), and The Humorist (1831).

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