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Auction Description for Dominic Winter: Fine & Decorative Prints
Auction Description:
Fine & Decorative Prints
Viewing Notes:
6th & 7th April 9am to 7pm. Morning of sale from 9am.
Sale Notes:
www.invaluable.com/dominic-winter

Fine & Decorative Prints

(263 Lots)

by Dominic Winter Auctions


263 lots | 142 with images

April 8, 2010

Mallard House

Broadway Lane, South Cerney

Near Cirencester, GL7 5UQ United Kingdom

Phone: +44 (0)1285 860006

Fax: +44 (0)1285 862461

Email: info@dominicwinter.co.uk

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Description: * Bowles & Carver (publishers). A Flat Between Two Sharps, Law is like a new fashion, folks are bewitched to get into it - It is also like bad weather, most people are very glad when they get out, n.d. c.1790, mezzotint 'droll' with original hand colouring in watercolour and gouache, trimmed to image on three margins, several repaired tears and folds, 350x250mm, mounted, framed and glazed, together with,'The Triple Plea, Law, Physic and Divinity', n.d. c.1790,mezzotint 'droll' with original hand colouring in watercolour and gouache, four stanzas of comic verse below image, trimmed to image on three margins, upper left corner torn and replaced in facsimile, 350x250mm, mounted, framed and glazed The first print shows Westminster Hall. Standing in front of the building is a simple countryman scratching his head as he is seemingly bambozzled by the silver tongues of a solicitor and a barrister. The second image depicts a Doctor, a Cleric and a Lawyer debating which is the most important profession. The underlying message being that a man would be wise not to trust any of them. (2) Illustrations Available

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Description: * Bowles & Carver (publishers). 'Quarrelsome Taylors or two of a Trade Seldom Agree', n.d. c.1790, mezzotint 'droll' with original watercolour and gouache hand colouring, trimmed to margins, 340x250mm, contemp. carved frame, together with,Black Eyed Susan, n.d. c.1810,uncoloured stipple engraving, trimmed to image, lacks title and letters, 315x305mm, near contemp. frame, with,Bretherton (Charles),The Sailors Return from Portsmouth to London, pub. J.Bretherton March 2nd. 1772, [but later impression],uncoloured etching, 220x320mm, framed and glazed (3) Illustrations Available

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Description: * Bunbury (Henry William). The Damnation of Obadiah, pub. W.Bunbury , 1798, etching with original hand colouring, engraved by J.Bretherton, trimmed to image, 255x380 mm (10x15 inches), framed mounted and glazed One from the series of illustrations to 'Tristram Shandy'.Not examined out of frame. (1)

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Description: * Cruikshank (George). The Hobby Horse Dealer, pub. G.Humphrey, July 25th 1819, etching with original hand colouring, trimmed to image and laid on later paper, 250x355mm, together with, Pyall (Henry),The Cut Celestial, pub. Thos. McLean, 1827,aquatint on wove after 'M.E.', original hand colouring, seven lines of humerous verse below image, two closed marginal tears not affecting image, 345x250mm, with,Mr. Mathew's "At Home", "I Like fun - Let's have some fun". pub. Thos. McLean, 1826,aquatint engraving with original hand colouring, laid an an album page, 300x200mm, with two others similar (5)

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Description: * Cruikshank (George). The Worship of Bacchus or the Drinking Customs of Society showing how Universally the Intoxicating Liquors are used upon every Occasion from the Cradle to the Grave, pub. William Tweedie, June 20th. 1864, uncoloured engraving, slight water staining to margin, laid on linen and mounted on a near contemp. stretcher, image size 550x990mm, framed and glazed Cruikshank was an enthusiatic exponent of the temperance movement. His original painting of this image was vast, measuring 13x7.5 feet and took two years to complete. (1)

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