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George Brookshaw aquatint stipple engraving Peaches

Lot 206: George Brookshaw aquatint stipple engraving Peaches

Auction Date: Dec 04, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $800

Description: Brookshaw, George (English 1751-1823), Peaches, Pl XXXV, aquatint with stipple engravings, printed in colors and finished by hand on single sheets, from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, 1804-1812. 15.75 x 11.75 inches (site size). George Brookshaw's splendid "Pomona Britannica" is a masterpiece among 19th-century British flower books. The publication of the "Pomona" marked the re-emergence of the acclaimed artist into the public eye after a total disappearance of nearly a decade. Initially a cabinet-make specializing in painted furniture decorated with borders of flowers, Brookshaw appears to have abandoned this career at about the same time as he parted company with his wife and began living with Elizabeth Stanton, and under the assumed name of G. Brown (c.1794-1804). During this time he earned a living as a teacher of flower-painting and on the proceeds of his first painting manual "A New Treatise on Flower Painting", 1797. Characterized by the highest standards of production and artistic quality, the superb illustrations that Brookshaw drew and engraved for the "Pomona" remain perhaps the most sumptuous and distinctive of the early 19th century. This magnificent and stylistically unique work took Brookshaw nearly ten years to produce. Rivaled only by Dr. Robert Thornton's "Temple of Flora," Brookshaw's 'Pomona' is considered to be the finest British botanical work from a time when England dominated the field with a very large number of great books. Brookshaw's fine illustrations make excellent use of the rich, modulated tones that the aquatint process creates. The elegantly arranged and richly colored fruits emerge from deep brown backgrounds or float on a softly mottled light ground, creating a presence unlike that of any other botanical illustrations. Brookshaw asserts in the preface that the "Pomona Britannica" was an enduring work created for the enjoyment and edification of "succeeding generations." framed in a French mat and idled wood frame measuring 26 x 21 inches...

Location: Pittsburgh, PA, US

Auction House: Concept Art Gallery

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GEORGE BROOKSHAW (1751-1823), APPLES (PLATE 90)

Lot 649: GEORGE BROOKSHAW (1751-1823), APPLES (PLATE 90)

Auction Date: Nov 21, 2021

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: Apples, plate no. 90
Aquatint with stipple engraving
Early 19th century, c. 1807, hand-colored plate XC from the "Pomona Britannica; or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits" by George Brookshaw (English, 1751-1823), pub. London, 1804-1812
h. 17-1/2 w. 13-1/4 in. (plate)
overall: 31-1/2 x 27-3/8 in. (frame)

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Location: Bedford Village, NY, US

Auction House: Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC

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GEORGE BROOKSHAW (United Kingdom, 1751-1823), Two hand-colored prints:, Both 19” x 14” sight. Framed 27.5” x 27.75”.

Lot 222: GEORGE BROOKSHAW (United Kingdom, 1751-1823), Two hand-colored prints:, Both 19” x 14” sight. Framed 27.5” x 27.75”.

Auction Date: Nov 04, 2021

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: GEORGE BROOKSHAW
United Kingdom, 1751-1823
Two hand-colored prints:

"Silver Rock Melon" and "Muscat of Alexandria".
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Location: East Dennis, MA, US

Auction House: Eldred's

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George Brookshaw, British (1851-1923), Peaches and Nectarines, two etchings with aquatint, 15 x 11 1/2 inches (sight)

Lot 194: George Brookshaw, British (1851-1923), Peaches and Nectarines, two etchings with aquatint, 15 x 11 1/2 inches (sight)

Auction Date: Oct 23, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $600

Description: George Brookshaw
British, (1851-1923)
Peaches and Nectarines
two etchings with aquatint
each gilt-framed.
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Location: St. Louis, MO, US

Auction House: Link Auction Galleries

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Pair of George Brookshaw Framed Botanical Prints

Lot 63: Pair of George Brookshaw Framed Botanical Prints

Auction Date: Sep 25, 2021

Estimate: $100 - $200

Description: George Brookshaw (British 1751-1823) Two aquatints, Plums, plate XVII and another, matted and framed.

19.5 x 14.5 in. image size, 30 x 24.5 in. as framed.

Condition: Appear very good, not examined out of frame.
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Location: Beachwood, OH, US

Auction House: Neue Auctions

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Brookshaw - White-seeded Rock Melon. 65

Lot 34794: Brookshaw - White-seeded Rock Melon. 65

Auction Date: Sep 18, 2021

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: This remarkable, large folio fruit engraving is from George Brookshaw's Pomona Britannica, or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other. The work featured originally hand-colored aquatint engravings created using the color printed stipple method. They were engraved by R. Brookshaw & H. Merke. George Brookshaw published the work in 1806 in London.

Dunthorne remarked on Brookshaw and his work as “One of the eminent English artists of the early nineteenth century is George Brookshaw, who issued in 1812, Pomona Britannica. Ninety aquatint plates, printed in colour and on a scale comparable to Thornton’s Temple of Flora, depict the fruit grown around London and particularly in the royal gardens at Hampton Court. In Aquatint Engravings, Brookshaw’s Pomona Britannica is described by S. T. Prideaux as 'one of the finest colour plate books in existence.' In many of these plates the lovely mellow tones of the fruit glow against the dark or light brown backgrounds.”
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Location: Franklin, TN, US

Auction House: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books

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Brookshaw - Scarlet Flesh Rock Melon. 66

Lot 34795: Brookshaw - Scarlet Flesh Rock Melon. 66

Auction Date: Sep 18, 2021

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: This remarkable, large folio fruit engraving is from George Brookshaw's Pomona Britannica, or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other. The work featured originally hand-colored aquatint engravings created using the color printed stipple method. They were engraved by R. Brookshaw & H. Merke. George Brookshaw published the work in 1806 in London.

Dunthorne remarked on Brookshaw and his work as “One of the eminent English artists of the early nineteenth century is George Brookshaw, who issued in 1812, Pomona Britannica. Ninety aquatint plates, printed in colour and on a scale comparable to Thornton’s Temple of Flora, depict the fruit grown around London and particularly in the royal gardens at Hampton Court. In Aquatint Engravings, Brookshaw’s Pomona Britannica is described by S. T. Prideaux as 'one of the finest colour plate books in existence.' In many of these plates the lovely mellow tones of the fruit glow against the dark or light brown backgrounds.”
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Location: Franklin, TN, US

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Brookshaw - White Flesh Melon

Lot 34589: Brookshaw - White Flesh Melon

Auction Date: Sep 11, 2021

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: This remarkable, large folio fruit engraving is from George Brookshaw's Pomona Britannica, or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other. The work featured originally hand-colored aquatint engravings created using the color printed stipple method. They were engraved by R. Brookshaw & H. Merke. George Brookshaw published the work in 1806 in London.

Dunthorne remarked on Brookshaw and his work as “One of the eminent English artists of the early nineteenth century is George Brookshaw, who issued in 1812, Pomona Britannica. Ninety aquatint plates, printed in colour and on a scale comparable to Thornton’s Temple of Flora, depict the fruit grown around London and particularly in the royal gardens at Hampton Court. In Aquatint Engravings, Brookshaw’s Pomona Britannica is described by S. T. Prideaux as 'one of the finest colour plate books in existence.' In many of these plates the lovely mellow tones of the fruit glow against the dark or light brown backgrounds.”
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Location: Franklin, TN, US

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Brookshaw - Scarlet Fleshed Romana Melon

Lot 34590: Brookshaw - Scarlet Fleshed Romana Melon

Auction Date: Sep 11, 2021

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: This remarkable, large folio fruit engraving is from George Brookshaw's Pomona Britannica, or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other. The work featured originally hand-colored aquatint engravings created using the color printed stipple method. They were engraved by R. Brookshaw & H. Merke. George Brookshaw published the work in 1806 in London.

Dunthorne remarked on Brookshaw and his work as “One of the eminent English artists of the early nineteenth century is George Brookshaw, who issued in 1812, Pomona Britannica. Ninety aquatint plates, printed in colour and on a scale comparable to Thornton’s Temple of Flora, depict the fruit grown around London and particularly in the royal gardens at Hampton Court. In Aquatint Engravings, Brookshaw’s Pomona Britannica is described by S. T. Prideaux as 'one of the finest colour plate books in existence.' In many of these plates the lovely mellow tones of the fruit glow against the dark or light brown backgrounds.”
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Location: Franklin, TN, US

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Framed 1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 77

Lot 57: Framed 1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 77

Auction Date: Sep 02, 2021

Estimate: $1,600 - $2,400

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). From "Pomona Britannica" or "A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at Present Cultivated in this Country?." London: T. Bensley, (1804-) 1812. Large folio. Aquatint. Partially printed in color and finished by hand. An outstanding aquatint depicting luscious pears by George Brookshaw. Brookshaw llustrated approximately 256 varieties of fruit, using specimens from the Royal Gardens at Hampton Court, the garden of the Princess of Wales at Blackheath, among several others. His unrivaled creations featured finely textured fruits - pears, peaches, grapes, and more - usually set against rich backgrounds of velvety brown and black hues. Created during the heyday of printmaking in London, when aquatints in particular were an esteemed fine art, this composition demonstrates Brookshaw's undeniable talent and meticulous technique, and is among the most impressive botanical prints ever created. Size of image: 16.125" L x 12" W (41 cm x 30.5 cm) Size of frame: 25.625" L x 21.5" W (65.1 cm x 54.6 cm)

Brookshaw?s self-proclaimed intention was to "excite in gentlemen themselves a predominant turn and ardour for horticultural pursuits; so that?they may in every instance be able to judge for themselves and to direct?their own gardeners and labourers, instead of being, as they too generally are, the sport of their ignorant pretensions."

Label on gallery paper on verso from Beauchamp Studios dating print to 1812 states, "BROOKSHAW PEARS From a collection of the most esteemed fruits at present cultivated in this country, by George Brookshaw. These aquatints are from one of the finest color plate books in existence."

Provenance: private Denver, Colorado, USA collection

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PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm.

Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping.

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Location: Louisville, CO, US

Auction House: Artemis Gallery

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1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 76

Lot 56: 1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 76

Auction Date: Sep 02, 2021

Estimate: $1,600 - $2,400

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). From "Pomona Britannica" or "A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at Present Cultivated in this Country?." London: T. Bensley, (1804-) 1812. Large folio. Aquatint. Partially printed in color and finished by hand. An outstanding aquatint depicting luscious pears by George Brookshaw. Brookshaw llustrated approximately 256 varieties of fruit, using specimens from the Royal Gardens at Hampton Court, the garden of the Princess of Wales at Blackheath, among several others. His unrivaled creations featured finely textured fruits - pears, peaches, grapes, and more - usually set against rich backgrounds of velvety brown and black hues. Created during the heyday of printmaking in London, when aquatints in particular were an esteemed fine art, this composition demonstrates Brookshaw's undeniable talent and meticulous technique, and is among the most impressive botanical prints ever created. Size of image: 15.875" L x 12" W (40.3 cm x 30.5 cm) Size of frame: 25.625" L x 21.625" W (65.1 cm x 54.9 cm)

Brookshaw?s self-proclaimed intention was to "excite in gentlemen themselves a predominant turn and ardour for horticultural pursuits; so that?they may in every instance be able to judge for themselves and to direct?their own gardeners and labourers, instead of being, as they too generally are, the sport of their ignorant pretensions."

Label on gallery paper on verso from Beauchamp Studios dating print to 1812 states, "BROOKSHAW PEARS From a collection of the most esteemed fruits at present cultivated in this country, by George Brookshaw. These aquatints are from one of the finest color plate books in existence."

Provenance: private Denver, Colorado, USA collection

All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back.

A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia or Germany, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm.

Display stands not described as included/custom in the item description are for photography purposes only and will not be included with the item upon shipping.

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Location: Louisville, CO, US

Auction House: Artemis Gallery

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Brookshaw - Cantaloupe Melon

Lot 34189: Brookshaw - Cantaloupe Melon

Auction Date: Aug 28, 2021

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: This remarkable, large folio fruit engraving is from George Brookshaw's Pomona Britannica, or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other. The work featured originally hand-colored aquatint engravings created using the color printed stipple method. They were engraved by R. Brookshaw & H. Merke. George Brookshaw published the work in 1806 in London.

Dunthorne remarked on Brookshaw and his work as “One of the eminent English artists of the early nineteenth century is George Brookshaw, who issued in 1812, Pomona Britannica. Ninety aquatint plates, printed in colour and on a scale comparable to Thornton’s Temple of Flora, depict the fruit grown around London and particularly in the royal gardens at Hampton Court. In Aquatint Engravings, Brookshaw’s Pomona Britannica is described by S. T. Prideaux as 'one of the finest colour plate books in existence.' In many of these plates the lovely mellow tones of the fruit glow against the dark or light brown backgrounds.”
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Location: Franklin, TN, US

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Brookshaw - Green Flesh Melon

Lot 34190: Brookshaw - Green Flesh Melon

Auction Date: Aug 28, 2021

Estimate: $4,000 - $6,000

Description: This remarkable, large folio fruit engraving is from George Brookshaw's Pomona Britannica, or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other. The work featured originally hand-colored aquatint engravings created using the color printed stipple method. They were engraved by R. Brookshaw & H. Merke. George Brookshaw published the work in 1806 in London.

Dunthorne remarked on Brookshaw and his work as “One of the eminent English artists of the early nineteenth century is George Brookshaw, who issued in 1812, Pomona Britannica. Ninety aquatint plates, printed in colour and on a scale comparable to Thornton’s Temple of Flora, depict the fruit grown around London and particularly in the royal gardens at Hampton Court. In Aquatint Engravings, Brookshaw’s Pomona Britannica is described by S. T. Prideaux as 'one of the finest colour plate books in existence.' In many of these plates the lovely mellow tones of the fruit glow against the dark or light brown backgrounds.”
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Location: Franklin, TN, US

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George Brookshaw Pineapple Print

Lot 818: George Brookshaw Pineapple Print

Auction Date: Jul 24, 2021

Estimate: $800 - $1,000

Description: George Brookshaw (United Kingdom, 1751-1823) hand-colored aquatint and engraving titled "Reply Pine" depicting a pineapple. Plate #41 from the book 'Pomona Britannica', Accurately drawn and coloured from Nature, with full descriptions of their various qualities, seasons, & c. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. Unframed. Plate: 18 3/4 " H x 15 1/4" W. Sheet: 22 1/4" H x 18" 1/4W....

Location: Knoxville, TN, US

Auction House: Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals

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George Brookshaw Cantaloupe Print

Lot 819: George Brookshaw Cantaloupe Print

Auction Date: Jul 24, 2021

Estimate: $800 - $900

Description: George Brookshaw (United Kingdom, 1751-1823) hand-colored aquatint and engraving depicting a dissected cantaloupe still attached on the flowering vine. Plate #70 from the book 'Pomona Britannica', Accurately drawn and coloured from Nature, with full descriptions of their various qualities, seasons, & c. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. Unframed. Plate: 17 1/2 " H x 13 1/2" W. Sheet: 22 1/4" H x 18" W....

Location: Knoxville, TN, US

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George Brookshaw White Seed'd Rock Melon Print

Lot 820: George Brookshaw White Seed'd Rock Melon Print

Auction Date: Jul 24, 2021

Estimate: $400 - $450

Description: George Brookshaw (United Kingdom, 1751-1823) hand-colored aquatint and engraving titled "White Seed'd Rock" depicting a tabletop still life scene with a dissected melon. Plate #LXV from the book 'Pomona Britannica', Accurately drawn and coloured from Nature, with full descriptions of their various qualities, seasons, &c. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. Unframed. Plate: 18 5/8" H x 14 3/4" W. Sheet: 21 1/2" H x 17" W....

Location: Knoxville, TN, US

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Framed 1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 77

Lot 340: Framed 1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 77

Auction Date: Jul 22, 2021

Estimate: $1,700 - $2,550

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). From "Pomona Britannica" or "A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at Present Cultivated in this Country?." London: T. Bensley, (1804-) 1812. Large folio. Aquatint. Partially printed in color and finished by hand. An outstanding aquatint depicting luscious pears by George Brookshaw. Brookshaw llustrated approximately 256 varieties of fruit, using specimens from the Royal Gardens at Hampton Court, the garden of the Princess of Wales at Blackheath, among several others. His unrivaled creations featured finely textured fruits - pears, peaches, grapes, and more - usually set against rich backgrounds of velvety brown and black hues. Created during the heyday of printmaking in London, when aquatints in particular were an esteemed fine art, this composition demonstrates Brookshaw's undeniable talent and meticulous technique, and is among the most impressive botanical prints ever created. Size of image: 16.125" L x 12" W (41 cm x 30.5 cm) Size of frame: 25.625" L x 21.5" W (65.1 cm x 54.6 cm)

Brookshaw?s self-proclaimed intention was to "excite in gentlemen themselves a predominant turn and ardour for horticultural pursuits; so that?they may in every instance be able to judge for themselves and to direct?their own gardeners and labourers, instead of being, as they too generally are, the sport of their ignorant pretensions."

Label on gallery paper on verso from Beauchamp Studios dating print to 1812 states, "BROOKSHAW PEARS From a collection of the most esteemed fruits at present cultivated in this country, by George Brookshaw. These aquatints are from one of the finest color plate books in existence."

Provenance: private Denver, Colorado, USA collection

All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back.

A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer shipmost antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm.

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Location: Louisville, CO, US

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1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 76

Lot 339: 1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 76

Auction Date: Jul 22, 2021

Estimate: $1,700 - $2,550

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). From "Pomona Britannica" or "A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at Present Cultivated in this Country?." London: T. Bensley, (1804-) 1812. Large folio. Aquatint. Partially printed in color and finished by hand. An outstanding aquatint depicting luscious pears by George Brookshaw. Brookshaw llustrated approximately 256 varieties of fruit, using specimens from the Royal Gardens at Hampton Court, the garden of the Princess of Wales at Blackheath, among several others. His unrivaled creations featured finely textured fruits - pears, peaches, grapes, and more - usually set against rich backgrounds of velvety brown and black hues. Created during the heyday of printmaking in London, when aquatints in particular were an esteemed fine art, this composition demonstrates Brookshaw's undeniable talent and meticulous technique, and is among the most impressive botanical prints ever created. Size of image: 15.875" L x 12" W (40.3 cm x 30.5 cm) Size of frame: 25.625" L x 21.625" W (65.1 cm x 54.9 cm)

Brookshaw?s self-proclaimed intention was to "excite in gentlemen themselves a predominant turn and ardour for horticultural pursuits; so that?they may in every instance be able to judge for themselves and to direct?their own gardeners and labourers, instead of being, as they too generally are, the sport of their ignorant pretensions."

Label on gallery paper on verso from Beauchamp Studios dating print to 1812 states, "BROOKSHAW PEARS From a collection of the most esteemed fruits at present cultivated in this country, by George Brookshaw. These aquatints are from one of the finest color plate books in existence."

Provenance: private Denver, Colorado, USA collection

All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back.

A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer shipmost antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm.

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Location: Louisville, CO, US

Auction House: Artemis Gallery

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George Brookshaw Aquatint Engraving - Figs, 1817

Lot 134: George Brookshaw Aquatint Engraving - Figs, 1817

Auction Date: Jul 13, 2021

Estimate: $600 - $900

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). Plate XLIV. Aquatint engraving from "Pomona Britannica" or "A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at Present Cultivated in this Country?." Printed by George Brookshaw. Published in London, 1817, by Longman, Hurst, Rees, Orme & Brown and John Lepart 108 Strand. Quarto Edition. An outstanding aquatint engraving depicting four colorful figs by George Brookshaw. Brookshaw illustrated approximately 256 varieties of fruit, using specimens from the Royal Gardens at Hampton Court, the garden of the Princess of Wales at Blackheath, among several others. His unrivaled creations featured finely textured fruits - figs, pears, peaches, grapes, and more - presented in remarkable detail and brilliant hues. Size of aquatint engraving: 10.25" L x 8.25" W (26 cm x 21 cm) Size of page: 13.25" L x 10.625" W (33.7 cm x 27 cm)

Created during the heyday of printmaking in London, when aquatints in particular were an esteemed fine art, this composition demonstrates Brookshaw's undeniable talent and meticulous technique, and is among the most impressive botanical prints ever created. Brookshaw?s self-proclaimed intention was to "excite in gentlemen themselves a predominant turn and ardour for horticultural pursuits; so that?they may in every instance be able to judge for themselves and to direct?their own gardeners and labourers, instead of being, as they too generally are, the sport of their ignorant pretensions."

Provenance: private John and Mary Williams collection, Boulder, Colorado, USA

All items legal to buy/sell under U.S. Statute covering cultural patrimony Code 2600, CHAPTER 14, and are guaranteed to be as described or your money back.

A Certificate of Authenticity will accompany all winning bids.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to recent increases of shipments being seized by Australian & German customs (even for items with pre-UNESCO provenance), we will no longer ship most antiquities and ancient Chinese art to Australia & Germany. For categories of items that are acceptable to ship to Australia, please contact us directly or work with your local customs brokerage firm.

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Location: Louisville, CO, US

Auction House: Artemis Gallery

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(2pc) GEORGE BROOKSHAW POMONA BRITANNICA PLATES

Lot 16: (2pc) GEORGE BROOKSHAW POMONA BRITANNICA PLATES

Auction Date: Jul 11, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description:
Hand colored aquatint engraving
Early 19th century, c. 1812, plates from the "Pomona Britannica; or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits" by George Brookshaw (English, 1751-1823); including Plate XLII, "Green Flesh" or "Candia Melon" with early ink inscription to left margin, and Plate XXXIV, "Murry Nectarine" and "Newington Nectarine"
h. 11-1/4 w. 8-7/8 in. (sight)
overall: 13-1/4 x 11 in. (frame)

Aquatint with stipple engraving; each in a gilt frame under UVIII Plexiglass

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Location: Bedford Village, NY, US

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GEORGE BROOKSHAW (1751-1823), APPLES (PLATE 90)

Lot 15: GEORGE BROOKSHAW (1751-1823), APPLES (PLATE 90)

Auction Date: Jul 11, 2021

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description:
Apples, plate no. 90
Aquatint with stipple engraving
Early 19th century, c. 1807, hand-colored plate XC from the "Pomona Britannica; or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits" by George Brookshaw (English, 1751-1823), pub. London, 1804-1812
h. 17-1/2 w. 13-1/4 in. (plate)
overall: 31-1/2 x 27-3/8 in. (frame)

Framed under UVIII Plexiglass

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Location: Bedford Village, NY, US

Auction House: Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC

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1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 76

Lot 243: 1812 Brookshaw Aquatint of Pears, Plate 76

Auction Date: Jun 10, 2021

Estimate: $1,800 - $2,500

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). From "Pomona Britannica" or "A Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at Present Cultivated in this Country?." London: T. Bensley, (1804-) 1812. Large folio. Aquatint. Partially printed in color and finished by hand. An outstanding aquatint depicting luscious pears by George Brookshaw. Brookshaw llustrated approximately 256 varieties of fruit, using specimens from the Royal Gardens at Hampton Court, the garden of the Princess of Wales at Blackheath, among several others. His unrivaled creations featured finely textured fruits - pears, peaches, grapes, and more - usually set against rich backgrounds of velvety brown and black hues. Created during the heyday of printmaking in London, when aquatints in particular were an esteemed fine art, this composition demonstrates Brookshaw's undeniable talent and meticulous technique, and is among the most impressive botanical prints ever created. Size of image: 15.875" L x 12" W (40.3 cm x 30.5 cm) Size of frame: 25.625" L x 21.625" W (65.1 cm x 54.9 cm)

Brookshaw?s self-proclaimed intention was to "excite in gentlemen themselves a predominant turn and ardour for horticultural pursuits; so that?they may in every instance be able to judge for themselves and to direct?their own gardeners and labourers, instead of being, as they too generally are, the sport of their ignorant pretensions."

Label on gallery paper on verso from Beauchamp Studios dating print to 1812 states, "BROOKSHAW PEARS From a collection of the most esteemed fruits at present cultivated in this country, by George Brookshaw. These aquatints are from one of the finest color plate books in existence."

Provenance: private Denver, Colorado, USA collection

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Location: Louisville, CO, US

Auction House: Artemis Gallery

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4 PCS, GEORGE BROOKSHAW PEACH ENGRAVINGS, 1817

Lot 561: 4 PCS, GEORGE BROOKSHAW PEACH ENGRAVINGS, 1817

Auction Date: May 23, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). Four plates from "Pomona Britannica" of peaches and nectarines, engravings with hand finishing. Unframed. Approx. 13" x 10.25" (sheet)...

Location: Atlanta, GA, US

Auction House: Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.

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3 PCS, GEORGE BROOKSHAW PEAR ENGRAVINGS, 1817

Lot 563: 3 PCS, GEORGE BROOKSHAW PEAR ENGRAVINGS, 1817

Auction Date: May 23, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). Four plates from "Pomona Britannica" of different varieties of pears, engravings with hand finishing. Unframed. Approx. 13" x 10.25" (sheet)...

Location: Atlanta, GA, US

Auction House: Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.

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4 PCS, PEACH ENGRAVINGS, GEORGE BROOKSHAW, 1817

Lot 562: 4 PCS, PEACH ENGRAVINGS, GEORGE BROOKSHAW, 1817

Auction Date: May 23, 2021

Estimate: $200 - $400

Description: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823). Four plates of peaches from "Pomona Britannica" -1817, botanical engravings with hand finishing. Unframed. Approx. 13" x 10.25" (sheet)...

Location: Atlanta, GA, US

Auction House: Ahlers & Ogletree Inc.

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GEORGE BROOKSHAW - PINEAPPLE

Lot 28: GEORGE BROOKSHAW - PINEAPPLE

Auction Date: Apr 29, 2021

Estimate: $1,000 - $2,000

Description:
Lot 28A
George Brookshaw

British (1751-1823)
Pineapple
aquatint and stipple engraving, finished with hand coloring

30 x 20 inches

Reply Pine Plate 41.
From Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley, for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell
Provenance: a Long Island Estate
Purchased from Arader Galleries March 2017
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Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Capsule Gallery Auction

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Brookshaw - Pears. 86

Lot 29180: Brookshaw - Pears. 86

Auction Date: Mar 06, 2021

Estimate: $600 - $1,200

Description: This remarkable, large folio fruit engraving is from George Brookshaw's Pomona Britannica, or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at present cultivated in the country; together with the Blossoms and Leaves of such as are necessary to distinguish the various sorts from each other. The work featured originally hand-colored aquatint engravings created using the color printed stipple method. They were engraved by R. Brookshaw & H. Merke. George Brookshaw published the work in 1806 in London.

Dunthorne remarked on Brookshaw and his work as “One of the eminent English artists of the early nineteenth century is George Brookshaw, who issued in 1812, Pomona Britannica. Ninety aquatint plates, printed in colour and on a scale comparable to Thornton’s Temple of Flora, depict the fruit grown around London and particularly in the royal gardens at Hampton Court. In Aquatint Engravings, Brookshaw’s Pomona Britannica is described by S. T. Prideaux as 'one of the finest colour plate books in existence.' In many of these plates the lovely mellow tones of the fruit glow against the dark or light brown backgrounds.”
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Location: Franklin, TN, US

Auction House: Trillium Antique Prints & Rare Books

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George Brookshaw (1751-1823): Silver Rock Melon; White Seed'd Rock; Polinac; and Scarlet Flesh Rock, from The Pomona Britannica

Lot 38: George Brookshaw (1751-1823): Silver Rock Melon; White Seed'd Rock; Polinac; and Scarlet Flesh Rock, from The Pomona Britannica

Auction Date: Feb 10, 2021

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description:

Four aquatints in colors on Chine, 1812.

All 18 x 14 1/2 in. (sight), 28 1/2 x 25 in. (frame).

Property from the Collection of Ambassador and Mrs. Joseph Verner Reed...

Location: Hudson, NY, US

Auction House: Stair

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George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823)

Lot 47: George Brookshaw (British, 1751-1823)

Auction Date: Aug 09, 2020

Estimate: AUD1,500 - AUD2,500

Description: (Pineapple) Black Antigua Plate LV; (Pineapple) Black Jamaica Plate XL from Pomona Britannica, London c. 1804-1812 handcoloured aquatint and engraving on paper, in gilt frames (2)...

Location: Woollahra, Sydney, NSW, AU

Auction House: Shapiro Auctioneers

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(3pc) GEORGE BROOKSHAW (British, 1751-1823)

Lot 531: (3pc) GEORGE BROOKSHAW (British, 1751-1823)

Auction Date: Jul 26, 2020

Estimate: $300 - $500

Description: thee framed coloured prints of studies of fruits on branches from "Pomona Britannicaa" by G. Brookshaw, dated 1806 & 1807
h. 17-1/4 w. 13 in.
overall: 26 x 21 in., framed
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Location: Bedford Village, NY, US

Auction House: Butterscotch Auction Gallery LLC

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GEORGE BROOKSHAW (ENGLISH, 1751-1823) FOUR BOTANICAL PRINTS FROM POMONA BRITANNICA Hand colored engraving: 10 1/2 x 8 in. (sight)

Lot 4031: GEORGE BROOKSHAW (ENGLISH, 1751-1823) FOUR BOTANICAL PRINTS FROM POMONA BRITANNICA Hand colored engraving: 10 1/2 x 8 in. (sight)

Auction Date: Jul 01, 2020

Estimate: $200 - $300

Description: Framed (4)...

Location: Alexandria, VA, US

Auction House: Potomack Company

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George Brookshaw POLINAC; SCARLET FLESH ROMANO (MELON STUDIES) Two hand-colored aquatints and stipple engravings from Pomona Britannica

Lot 93: George Brookshaw POLINAC; SCARLET FLESH ROMANO (MELON STUDIES) Two hand-colored aquatints and stipple engravings from Pomona Britannica

Auction Date: Apr 21, 2020

Estimate: $600 - $900

Description: George Brookshaw (1751-1823)
POLINAC; SCARLET FLESH ROMANO (MELON STUDIES)
Two hand-colored aquatints and stipple engravings, plates XVI and LXVIII from Pomona Britannica, London, 1804-12, with good margins, framed.
Largest plate 19 x 15 1/2 inches
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Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Doyle New York

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Pears

Lot 118: Brookshaw Aquatint, Pears

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Pears, Plate LXXIX (79). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 1/2" x 18 1/2" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Pears

Lot 119: Brookshaw Aquatint, Pears

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Pears, Plate LXXXI (81). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 5/8" x 18 1/4" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Pears

Lot 120: Brookshaw Aquatint, Pears

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Pears, Plate LXXXIV (84). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 3/4" x 18 1/8" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Plums

Lot 113: Brookshaw Aquatint, Plums

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Plums, Plate XXIII (23). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 5/8" x 18 1/4" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Nectarines

Lot 116: Brookshaw Aquatint, Nectarines

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Nectarines, Plate XXXVIII (38). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 1/8" x 18 1/8" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Peaches and Nectarines

Lot 115: Brookshaw Aquatint, Peaches and Nectarines

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Peaches, Plate XXIX (29). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 5/8" x 17 1/4" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Peaches and Nectarines

Lot 114: Brookshaw Aquatint, Peaches and Nectarines

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Peaches and Nectarines, Plate XXIV (24). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 1/4" x 18 1/8" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Fritillaria Persica

Lot 117: Brookshaw Aquatint, Fritillaria Persica

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $3,000 - $5,000

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Fritillaria Persica, Plate LXXIII (73). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 3/4" x 18 1/4" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw Aquatint, Raspberries

Lot 112: Brookshaw Aquatint, Raspberries

Auction Date: Jan 25, 2020

Estimate: $2,000 - $3,500

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Raspberries, Plate IV (4) (Plate unmarked). Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 22 1/2" x 16 7/8" sheet....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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George Brookshaw-Plums

Lot 19: George Brookshaw-Plums

Auction Date: Nov 23, 2019

Estimate: $700 - $1,200

Description: Atlas Folio Engraving of Plums from â??Pomona Brittanicaâ?�. Original hand colour . One of the greatest colourplate books published in England. Only Thorntonâ??s â??Temple of Floraâ?� exceed this work in quality and fame. Published London...

Location: Boynton Beach, FL, US

Auction House: Howard Price Fine Art

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Birds.- Brookshaw (George) Six Birds, accurately drawn and coloured after nature..., first edition, 6 stipple-engraved plates, each in 2 states (one hand-coloured), 1817.

Lot 278: Birds.- Brookshaw (George) Six Birds, accurately drawn and coloured after nature..., first edition, 6 stipple-engraved plates, each in 2 states (one hand-coloured), 1817.

Auction Date: Nov 21, 2019

Estimate: £400 - £600

Description: Birds.- Brookshaw (George) Six Birds, accurately drawn and coloured after nature, with full instructions for the young artist, first edition, 6 charming stipple-engraved plates, each in two states (hand-coloured and uncoloured), some light spotting or soiling, original boards with engraved label to upper cover, uncut, rubbed, rebacked preserving part of original spine, [Fine Bird Books p.82; Nissen IVB 150], folio, 1817....

Location: London, LDN, UK

Auction House: Forum Auctions - UK

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BROOKSHAW, George (British 1751-1823), 4 Plates from 'Pomona Britannica,' first pub. 1812. 'Pomona Britannica; or a Collection of t

Lot 1203: BROOKSHAW, George (British 1751-1823), 4 Plates from 'Pomona Britannica,' first pub. 1812. 'Pomona Britannica; or a Collection of t

Auction Date: Nov 17, 2019

Estimate: AUD500 - AUD800

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (British 1751-1823), 4 Plates from 'Pomona Britannica,' first pub. 1812. 'Pomona Britannica; or a Collection of the Most Esteemed Fruits at Present Cultivated in this Country,' is considered the finest work of its type, & took Brookshaw 10 years to compile. Plate XXXIII, The Black Peach of Montreal, Cambra Peach & Monshien Pacey of Pomeri; Plate XXXV, Bourdine Peach, Nevet Peach, Late Admiral Peach; Plate LXXXViii, Rennet Gray, July-Flower Apple, Scarlet Pearmain etc; Plate LXXXiX, Phoenix Apple, Norman's Beauty. Aquatint with Stipple (4) 59x46cm each (sheet)...

Location: Sydney, NSW, AU

Auction House: Davidson Auctions

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George Brookshaw {FRUIT STUDIES] Four hand-colored aquatints and stipple engravings

Lot 84: George Brookshaw {FRUIT STUDIES] Four hand-colored aquatints and stipple engravings

Auction Date: Oct 08, 2019

Estimate: $800 - $1,200

Description: George Brookshaw (1751-1823)
[FRUIT STUDIES]
Four hand-colored color aquatints and stipple engravings, from Pomona Britannica, published by G. Brookshaw, London, 1804-1812, with good or full margins, framed.
Plate of each approximately 17 1/2 x 13 3/4 inches

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Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Doyle New York

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Brookshaw, Apples Aquatint

Lot 82: Brookshaw, Apples Aquatint

Auction Date: Sep 28, 2019

Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Apples, Plate 91. Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 19 1/4? x 15? visible, 28 1/2? x 24? framed....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw, Plums Aquatint

Lot 85: Brookshaw, Plums Aquatint

Auction Date: Sep 28, 2019

Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Plums, Plate 16. Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 19 1/4? x 15 1/2? visible, 30? x 26? framed....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw, Pineapple Aquatint

Lot 81: Brookshaw, Pineapple Aquatint

Auction Date: Sep 28, 2019

Estimate: $2,000 - $4,000

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Black Antigua, Plate 55. Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 19 1/2? x 15 1/2? visible....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw, Pears Aquatint

Lot 83: Brookshaw, Pears Aquatint

Auction Date: Sep 28, 2019

Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Pears, Plate 86. Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 19 1/4? x 15? visible, 28 1/2? x 24? framed....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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Brookshaw, Cherries Aquatint

Lot 84: Brookshaw, Cherries Aquatint

Auction Date: Sep 28, 2019

Estimate: $1,500 - $3,000

Description: BROOKSHAW, George (c. 1751-1823). Cherries, Plate 9. Aquatint with stipple engraving, printed in colors and finished by hand from Pomona Britannica. London: T. Bensley for the author, published by White, Cochrane and Co., E. Lloyd and W. Lindsell, [1804]-1812. 19 1/4? x 15 1/2? visible, 30? x 26? framed....

Location: New York, NY, US

Auction House: Arader Galleries

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