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Painter, Water colorist, copperplate engraver, b. 1749 - d. 1840

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            • Thomas and William Daniell, 'The Entrance to the Elephanta Cave', hand coloured aquatint, 18" x 24" (46 x 61cm
              Mar. 26, 2024

              Thomas and William Daniell, 'The Entrance to the Elephanta Cave', hand coloured aquatint, 18" x 24" (46 x 61cm

              Est: £500 - £1,000

              Thomas and William Daniell, 'The Entrance to the Elephanta Cave', hand coloured aquatint, 18" x 24" (46 x 61cm).

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            • THOMAS DANIELL HALLMARKED GEORGIAN SILVER EWER.
              Mar. 06, 2024

              THOMAS DANIELL HALLMARKED GEORGIAN SILVER EWER.

              Est: $400 - $600

              A late 18th C., London ewer with exceptional chased and beaded decoration, bearing the hallmarks of Thomas Daniell, 13.5”H, 28 oz t.

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            • Daniell, India - Pair of Engravings with Views from the River Ganges
              Mar. 02, 2024

              Daniell, India - Pair of Engravings with Views from the River Ganges

              Est: $300 - $600

              This historic view of India is from Thomas and William Daniell's Oriental Scenery. The work was published between 1812 and 1816 in London for the authors at the Free-School Press by William Daniell and Longman, Hurts, Rees, Orme and Brown. This is the scarce quarto edition of one of the greatest pictorial records of India. The Daniells reduced their large folio plates for this edition in order to have their views of India reach a wider audience. "The Daniells left England in 1785, when William was only about sixteen, and they were back in England in September 1794. From an early stage Thomas seems to have set out to emulate and surpass Hodges (Select Views in India) in popularizing his views through the comparatively new medium of aquatint. The uncle and nephew were determined not only to do better than Hodges but to expose the weaknesses of the pioneer's work by choosing the same views as Hodges had done, drawing them more accurately, and aquatinting them more skilfully" (Abbey Scenery II, p.377).

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            • Thomas Daniell (1749 - 1840), after, Calcutta, India, coloured engraving, 39.5cm x 53.5cm
              Feb. 29, 2024

              Thomas Daniell (1749 - 1840), after, Calcutta, India, coloured engraving, 39.5cm x 53.5cm

              Est: £100 - £150

              Thomas Daniell (1749 - 1840), after, Calcutta, India, coloured engraving, 39.5cm x 53.5cm

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            • THOMAS DANIELL R.A (BRITISH 1749-1840), THE SHORE TEMPLE
              Feb. 21, 2024

              THOMAS DANIELL R.A (BRITISH 1749-1840), THE SHORE TEMPLE

              Est: £30,000 - £50,000

              THOMAS DANIELL R.A (BRITISH 1749-1840)THE SHORE TEMPLE, MAHABALIPURAMOil on mahogany panel Inscribed 'A Hindoo Temple at Mauveleporam - on the Coast of Coromandel in East Indies' (to inscription on the verso) 38 x 54cm (14¾ x 21¼ in.)Literature: Maurice Shellim, India and the Daniells, London, Inchcape & Co, 1979, p. 49, as TD 30, reproducedExhibited: London, Eyre & Hobhouse Ltd, Twelve Oil paintings by Thomas Daniell, R.A. (1794-1840), 17th November - 4th December,1981. No.10 As a panel-painting virtually unique in his reordered work, the present lot was almost certainly painted in 1793 while the artist was at Madras. William Daniell published an engraving of the Shore Temple clearly taken from the same subject in Oriental Annual of 1834. The accompanying text mentions that the temple 'is of compact and beautiful stone-work, and stands upon a rock jutting from the land into the sea, it is a remnant, such at least in the oral tradition of the place, of an ancient city, which has been overthrown by the constantly encroaching waters, and of which this structure alone remains entire'. Provenance:Private collection, since circa 1960

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            • Daniell, India - Western Entrance of Shere Shah's Ford Delhi. 13
              Feb. 17, 2024

              Daniell, India - Western Entrance of Shere Shah's Ford Delhi. 13

              Est: $300 - $600

              This historic view of India is from Thomas and William Daniell's Oriental Scenery. The work was published between 1812 and 1816 in London for the authors at the Free-School Press by William Daniell and Longman, Hurts, Rees, Orme and Brown. This is the scarce quarto edition of one of the greatest pictorial records of India. The Daniells reduced their large folio plates for this edition in order to have their views of India reach a wider audience. "The Daniells left England in 1785, when William was only about sixteen, and they were back in England in September 1794. From an early stage Thomas seems to have set out to emulate and surpass Hodges (Select Views in India) in popularizing his views through the comparatively new medium of aquatint. The uncle and nephew were determined not only to do better than Hodges but to expose the weaknesses of the pioneer's work by choosing the same views as Hodges had done, drawing them more accurately, and aquatinting them more skilfully" (Abbey Scenery II, p.377).

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            • Daniell, India - The Cotsea Bhang, on the River Jumna, at Delhi. 3
              Feb. 17, 2024

              Daniell, India - The Cotsea Bhang, on the River Jumna, at Delhi. 3

              Est: $300 - $600

              This historic view of India is from Thomas and William Daniell's Oriental Scenery. The work was published between 1812 and 1816 in London for the authors at the Free-School Press by William Daniell and Longman, Hurts, Rees, Orme and Brown. This is the scarce quarto edition of one of the greatest pictorial records of India. The Daniells reduced their large folio plates for this edition in order to have their views of India reach a wider audience. "The Daniells left England in 1785, when William was only about sixteen, and they were back in England in September 1794. From an early stage Thomas seems to have set out to emulate and surpass Hodges (Select Views in India) in popularizing his views through the comparatively new medium of aquatint. The uncle and nephew were determined not only to do better than Hodges but to expose the weaknesses of the pioneer's work by choosing the same views as Hodges had done, drawing them more accurately, and aquatinting them more skilfully" (Abbey Scenery II, p.377).

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            • Print, Thomas Daniell and William Daniell
              Feb. 16, 2024

              Print, Thomas Daniell and William Daniell

              Est: $500 - $700

              Thomas Daniell (British, 1749-1840), and William Daniell (British, 1769-1837), "View of Gyah, an Hindoo Town in Bahar" from "Oriental Scenery: Twenty Four Views in Hindoostan," 1802, aquatint in colors, publication line (Thomas Daniell, London) lower center below mat, image: 16.5"h x 23.75"w, sheet: 17.75"h x 24.25"w, overall (with frame): 24.75"h x 30.75"w. Provenance: Property from the estate of artist Robert Bechtle and art historian Whitney Chadwick.

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            • Thomas Daniell (British, 1749-1840)
              Dec. 07, 2023

              Thomas Daniell (British, 1749-1840)

              Est: $3,000 - $5,000

              Thomas Daniell (British, 1749-1840) Four Works from Oriental Scenery, comprising:Raje Gaut, The Principal Road Up to Rotas Ghur, Bahar;Hindoo Temples at Agoouree, Ono the River Soane, Bahar;The Chalees Saloon in the Fort of Allahabad on the River Jumna;andRuins at the Ancient City of Gour Formerly on the Bank of the River Ganges colored aquatints Published by Thomas and William Daniell, London Image sight: 16 7/8 x 23 inches. This lot is located in Palm Beach.

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            • Gantz (Justinian) Colonial mansion in India with horse drawn carriage outside, watercolour, [c.1790].
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Gantz (Justinian) Colonial mansion in India with horse drawn carriage outside, watercolour, [c.1790].

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              *** Please note the description of this lot has changed. Gantz (Justinian, 1802-1862) Colonial mansion in India with horse drawn carriage outside, brush and ink, watercolour, traces of pencil, presented on contemporary mount with wash border, 280 x 480 mm (10 7/8 x 219 in), minor spotting and surface dirt, edges scuffed, unframed, [bearing Archer no. 444], [19th century] Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent *** We are very grateful to Charles Greig for suggesting the correct attribution to Gantz after first-hand inspection.

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            • Gantz (Justinian) Colonial mansion in India with local figures working in the garden, watercolour, [c.1790].
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Gantz (Justinian) Colonial mansion in India with local figures working in the garden, watercolour, [c.1790].

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              *** Please note, the description of this lot has changed. Gantz (Justinian, 1802-1862) Colonial mansion in India with local figures working in the garden, brush and ink, watercolour, traces of pencil, presented on contemporary mount with wash border, bearing erroneous attribution to Daniell lower right, 277 x 482 mm (10 7/8 x 219 in), minor spotting and surface dirt, unframed, [bearing Archer no. 197], [19th century] Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. *** We are very grateful to Charles Greig for suggesting the correct attribution to Gantz after first-hand inspection.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Three original drawings from their voyage to India, by way of China, pencil on paper, [c. 1786-1793] (3)
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Three original drawings from their voyage to India, by way of China, pencil on paper, [c. 1786-1793] (3)

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Three original drawings from their voyage to India, by way of China, including a view of a Waterfall near Haridwar, Uttarakhand, India, inscribed verso 'No. 25 Water Fall [?]Haridiwar', and with a view of Amburghar Fort, Ambur, inscribed verso 'No. 238 Amboor Ghur', and a Chinese river view, inscribed verso 'No. 46 Near the entrance of the River Tigris/ China', pencil on paper, sheets measure 535 x 740 mm (21 1/8 x 29 1/4 in), 365 x 540 mm (14 1/4 x 21 1/4 in), and 295 x 465 mm (11 5/8 x 18 1/4 in), respectively, all inscribed verso but obscured as mounted on paper supports, minor spotting, the first mentioned with light foxing, small marginal nick, minor surface dirt, unframed, [circa 1786-1793] (3) Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Entrance to a Hindoo Temple, near Bangalore, aquatint, 1808.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Entrance to a Hindoo Temple, near Bangalore, aquatint, 1808.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Entrance to a Hindoo Temple, near Bangalore, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on Whatman wove paper with watermark date '1817', platemark 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 1/2 in), sheet 530 x 710 mm (20 7/8 x 28 in), minor surface dirt and faint spots, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 69], published by the artist, 1808 or slightly later. Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 102.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. View Near Bangalore, aquatint, 1808.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. View Near Bangalore, aquatint, 1808.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. View Near Bangalore, from Antiquities of India, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on Whatman wove paper without watermark date, platemark 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 1/2 in), sheet 530 x 710 mm (20 7/8 x 28 in), minor surface dirt and faint spots, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 68], published by the artist, 1808. Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 101.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Observatory at Delhi, aquatint, 1808.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Observatory at Delhi, aquatint, 1808.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Observatory at Delhi, from Antiquities of India, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on Whatman wove paper without watermark date, platemark 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 1/2 in), sheet 525 x 705 mm (20 3/4 x 27 3/4 in), some spotting, surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 71], published by the artist, 1808 Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 40. ⁂ The Jantar-Mantar was one of a series of observatories raised at Delhi, Jaipur, Ujjain, Benares and Mathura in about 1724 by Maharaja Jai Singh II of Jaipur, on instructions from the Mughal Emperor, Muhammad Shah, to reform the Hindu calendar. The Daniell' visited the site on the 24th February 1789 [see Archer, op. cit.]

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Exterior of an Eed-Gah near Chaynpore, Bahar, aquatint, 1808.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Exterior of an Eed-Gah near Chaynpore, Bahar, aquatint, 1808.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Exterior of an Eed-Gah near Chaynpore, Bahar, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '1806', platemark 485 x 650 mm (19 1/8 x 25 5/8 in), sheet 540 x 725 mm (21 1/4 x 28 1/2 in), minor handling creases and small nicks to edges, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 66], published by the artist, 1808 Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, pl. 78. ⁂ 23rd January 1790. 'A place designed for the performance of solemn festivals by the professors of the Mahomedan religion [and that the] the general forms [of the exterior of the old fort] are uncommon, as well as the embellishments, which nevertheless are extremely rich and not inelegant'. [Archer, op. cit.]

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Rope Bridge at Sirinagur, aquatint, 1805.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Rope Bridge at Sirinagur, aquatint, 1805.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Rope Bridge at Sirinagur, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on Whatman wove paper without watermark date, platemark 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 1/2 in), sheet 530 x 705 mm (20 7/8 x 27 3/4 in), minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 149], published by the artist, 1805. Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 54.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Mausoleum of Nawaub Assoph Khan, Rajemahel, aquatint, 1803.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Mausoleum of Nawaub Assoph Khan, Rajemahel, aquatint, 1803.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Mausoleum of Nawaub Assoph Khan, Rajemahel, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '1801', platemark 485 x 650 mm (19 1/8 x 25 5/8 in), sheet 535 x 720 mm (21 x 28 1/4 in), small scuff and brown spot within title in the centre, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 24], published by the artist, 1803 Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, pl. 19. ⁂ 9th October 1788. 'Went to Rajimal in our Palanquins where we met the Pinnace - passed thro' the Caravanserai that Hodges has made an Aquatinta print of - walked about the Ruins of Rajimal & saw many very Picturesque Views indeed... Saw many Alligators of a very large kind in the River'. [Archer, op. cit.]

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Ryacotta, in the Barramah'l; Sankry Droog, two aquatints, 1802-1804 (2)
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Ryacotta, in the Barramah'l; Sankry Droog, two aquatints, 1802-1804 (2)

              Est: £600 - £800

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Ryacotta, in the Barramah'l; Sankry Droog, two works from Oriental Scenery and Twenty-Four Landscapes, etchings and aquatint with full hand-colouring, both excellent impression on Whatman wove paper, each platemark approx. 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 1/2 in), sheets 530 x 710 mm (20 7/8 x 28 in), minor surface dirt and faint spots, unframed, [Abbey 420], published by the artist, 1802-1804 (2) Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, nos. 104 and 107

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. A Mosque at Juanpore, aquatint, 1802.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. A Mosque at Juanpore, aquatint, 1802.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. A Mosque at Juanpore, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on Whatman wove paper with watermark date '1801', platemark 485 x 655 mm (19 x 25 3/4 in), sheet 530 x 720 mm (20 3/4 x 28 1/4 in), some spotting, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 85], published by the artist, 1802. Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 73.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Punj Mahalla Gate, Lucknow, aquatint, 1801.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Punj Mahalla Gate, Lucknow, aquatint, 1801.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Punj Mahalla Gate, Lucknow, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on Whatman wove paper without watermark date, platemark 485 x 660 mm (19 x 26 in), sheet 525 x 705 mm (20 3/4 x 27 3/4 in), handling creases, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420], published by the artist, 1801 Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 62. ⁂ July-October 1789. 'The plainness and simplicity of this edificeis more striking than the richness of its decorations; a circumstances seldom occuring in gateways belonging to Mahomedan princes. This gate leads to a palace erected by Nawaub Sujah ul Dowla'. [Archer, op. cit.]

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Three plates from 'Oriental Scenery', aquatints, 1800-1804 (3)
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Three plates from 'Oriental Scenery', aquatints, 1800-1804 (3)

              Est: £1,000 - £1,500

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. Three plates from 'Oriental Scenery', etchings and aquatint with full hand-colouring, excellent impressions on Whatman wove paper, each platemark approx. 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 1/2 in), sheets approx. 530 x 730 mm (20 7/8 x 28 3/4 in), minor surface dirt and faint spots, handling creases, unframed, [Abbey 420], published by the artist, 1800-1804 (3) Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. ⁂ Plates include: The Water-fall at Puppanassum in the Tinnevelly District; Part of the Interior of the Elephanta; and Part of the Kanaree Caves, Salsette.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. An Hindoo Temple, at Deo, in Bahar, aquatint, 1800.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. An Hindoo Temple, at Deo, in Bahar, aquatint, 1800.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. An Hindoo Temple, at Deo, in Bahar, from Antiquities of India, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date '1794', platemark 485 x 655 mm (19 x 25 3/4 in), sheet 540 x 720 mm (21 1/4 x 28 1/4 in), minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420], published by the artist, 1800. Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 84

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. S.E. View of the Fakeers Rock in the River Ganges, near Sultaungunge; Sculptured Rocks, at Mavalipuram, on the Coast of Coromandel, two aquatints, 1799-1800 (2)
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. S.E. View of the Fakeers Rock in the River Ganges, near Sultaungunge; Sculptured Rocks, at Mavalipuram, on the Coast of Coromandel, two aquatints, 1799-1800 (2)

              Est: £1,000 - £1,500

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. S.E. View of the Fakeers Rock in the River Ganges, near Sultaungunge; Sculptured Rocks, at Mavalipuram, on the Coast of Coromandel, two works from Oriental Scenery, etchings and aquatint with full hand-colouring, both excellent impression on Whatman wove paper, each platemark approx. 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 1/2 in), sheet 530 x 730 mm (20 7/8 x 28 3/4 in), minor surface dirt and faint spots, unframed, [Abbey 420], published by the artist, 1799-1800 (2) Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, nos. 90 and 127.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta, aquatint, 1798.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta, aquatint, 1798.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '1794', platemark 480 x 650 mm (18 7/8 x 25 1/2 in), sheet 530 x 715 mm (20 7/8 x 28 1/8 in), minor handling creases, repaired nick to upper right corner, three small repaired tears to lower edge, small unrepaired tear to left margin, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420], published by the artist, 1798 Provenance: Kerr & Co., Calcutta ("Guarantee" ink stamp verso) From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 97.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) The Great Pagoda, Tanjore, aquatint, 1798.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) The Great Pagoda, Tanjore, aquatint, 1798.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) The Great Pagoda, Tanjore, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '1794', platemark 485 x 655 mm (19 x 25 3/4 in), sheet 535 x 740 mm (21 7/8 x 29 1/8 in), minor handling creases and small repaired nicks to edges, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 50], published by the artist, 1798. Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 125. ⁂ September 1792. 'The Brihadisvara or Rajarajesvara Temple, which stands within a walled compound, was built about AD 1000. The tall pyramidal tower of the main shrine is covered with intricate sculpture and is topped by a massive domical capstone. [Archer, op. cit.]

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            • Daniell (Thomas) Near Currah, on the River Ganges, aquatint, 1796; together with Chevalpettore, aquatint, 1804 (2)
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) Near Currah, on the River Ganges, aquatint, 1796; together with Chevalpettore, aquatint, 1804 (2)

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) Near Currah, on the River Ganges, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper without watermark date, platemark 485 x 655 mm (18 7/8 x 24 3/4 in), sheet 530 x 710 mm (20 7/8 x 28 in), slightly trimmed margins, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 22], Robert Bowyer, 1796; together with Chevalpettore, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper without watermark date, platemark 490 x 655 mm (18 7/8 x 24 3/4 in), good margins, minor surface dirt and handling creases, slightly rough edges, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 131], published by the artist, 1804 (2) Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, pl. 26 and 119.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) Ramnugur, near Benares, on the River Ganges, aquatint, 1796.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) Ramnugur, near Benares, on the River Ganges, aquatint, 1796.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) Ramnugur, near Benares, on the River Ganges, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '1794', platemark 495 x 650 mm (18 7/8 x 24 3/4 in), sheet 510 x 660 mm (20 1/8 x 26 in), slightly trimmed margins, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 15], Robert Bowyer, 1796 Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, pl. 14. ⁂ View looking towards the eastern right bank of the Ganges River, opposite to the Varanasi Ghats, including the Ramnagar Fort, a sandstone structure built in the Rajputana style in 1750 by Kashi Naresh Maharaja Balwant Singh.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) The Sacred Tree of the Hindoos at Gyah, Bahar, aquatint, 1796.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) The Sacred Tree of the Hindoos at Gyah, Bahar, aquatint, 1796.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) The Sacred Tree of the Hindoos at Gyah, Bahar, plate 15 from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '1794', platemark 480 x 630 mm (18 7/8 x 24 3/4 in), sheet 530 x 700 mm (20 7/8 x 27 1/2 in), minor handling creases and small nicks to edges, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 16], Robert Bowyer, 1796 Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, pl. 15. ⁂ One of the most important pilgrimage sites in India, with the Akshaya Vata or Undying Banyan Tree, where pilgrims make offerings to the spirit of their ancestors. The Daniell's were there in March 1790, with Thomas Daniell noting "Gyah is a place of great antiquity, much resorted to by the Hindoos...[with] fragments of mutilated idols, the work of Mahomeddan intolerance.. still regarded with veneration."

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            • Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Chalees Satoon in the Fort of Allahabad on the River Jumna; Part of the Palace in the Fort of Allahabad, two aquatints, 1795 (2)
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Chalees Satoon in the Fort of Allahabad on the River Jumna; Part of the Palace in the Fort of Allahabad, two aquatints, 1795 (2)

              Est: £1,000 - £1,500

              Daniell (Thomas) and William Daniell. The Chalees Satoon in the Fort of Allahabad on the River Jumna; Part of the Palace in the Fort of Allahabad, two works from Oriental Scenery, etchings and aquatint with full hand-colouring, both excellent impressions on Whatman wove paper, the latter with watermark date '1794', each platemark approx. 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 1/2 in), sheets 530 x 720 mm (21 x 28 1/4 in), minor surface dirt and faint spots, unframed, [Abbey 420, nos. 7 and 24], published by the artist, 1795 (2) Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, nos. 24 and 64

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            • Daniell (Thomas) Part of the City of Patna, on the River Ganges, aquatint, 1795.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) Part of the City of Patna, on the River Ganges, aquatint, 1795.

              Est: £600 - £800

              Daniell (Thomas) Part of the City of Patna, on the River Ganges, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '1794', platemark 490 x 650 mm (19 1/4 x 25 5/8 in), sheet 515 x 700 mm (20 1/4 x 27 1/2 in), minor surface dirt, a few small spots, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 21], published by the artist, 1795 Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, nos. 21 ⁂ 8 November 1788. 'The large and populous City of Patna is in the province of Bahar. The gauts, or steps leading up from the river, are very numerous here, and are intended for the advantage of merchandise, as well as the convenience of merchandise, as well as the convenience of the Hindoos, whose religious duties oblige them frequently to perform ablutions in the sacred river Ganges' [Archer, op. cit.]

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            • Daniell (Thomas) Remains of an Ancient Building near Firoz Shah's Cotilla, Delhi, aquatint, 1795.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) Remains of an Ancient Building near Firoz Shah's Cotilla, Delhi, aquatint, 1795.

              Est: £800 - £1,200

              Daniell (Thomas) Remains of an Ancient Building near Firoz Shah's Cotilla, Delhi, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on thick Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '[?]1801', platemark 485 x 645 mm (19 1/8 x 25 1/2 in), sheet 530 x 700 mm (20 7/8 x 27 1/2 in), minor surface dirt, a few small spots, unframed, [Abbey 420, no. 12], published by the artist, 1795. Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 42.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) Ruins at the Antient City of Gour Formerly on the Banks of the River Ganges, aquatint, 1795.
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) Ruins at the Antient City of Gour Formerly on the Banks of the River Ganges, aquatint, 1795.

              Est: £600 - £800

              Daniell (Thomas) Ruins at the Antient City of Gour Formerly on the Banks of the River Ganges, from Oriental Scenery, etching and aquatint with full hand-colouring, an excellent impression on Whatman wove paper with watermark date of '1794', sheet 510 x 690 mm (20 1/8 x 27 1/8 in), lower edge trimmed irregulalry to or just within the platemark, otherwise good margins, slightly weak along platemark impression marks, minor handling creases, small repaired nicks to edges, minor surface dirt, unframed, [Abbey 420, no.5], published by the artist, 1795 Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. Literature: Archer, Mildred, Early Views of India, The Picturesque Journeys of Thomas and William Daniell 1786-1794, 1980, no. 91.

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            • Daniell (Thomas) Five plates, from "Views in Calcutta", etchings with aquatint, [c. 1788] (5)
              Nov. 30, 2023

              Daniell (Thomas) Five plates, from "Views in Calcutta", etchings with aquatint, [c. 1788] (5)

              Est: £600 - £800

              Daniell (Thomas) Five plates, from "Views in Calcutta", from a set of 12, etchings and aquatint with hand-colouring, images each approx. 405 x 525 mm (16 x 20 3/4 in), laid onto paper mounts [?] as issued, minor spotting, surface dirt, some browning and scuffs, unframed, [bearing Archer nos. 185-189], [circa 1788] Provenance: From the Collection of the Late W.G. and Mildred Archer; thence by descent. ⁂ "An advertisement was published in the Calcutta Chronicle of 17 July 1786, only a few months after the Daniells reached India, which listed that the twelve views were published at twelve gold Mohurs to subscribers, eighteen to non-subscribers. The plates were one of Thomas' first attempts at aquatint, produced in a difficult climate, entirely by him, without recourse to facilities or assistance. The hand-colouring was done by local artists". [Abbey]

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            • Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Sculptures Rocks a…
              Nov. 20, 2023

              Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Sculptures Rocks a…

              Est: €500 - €600

              Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Sculptures Rocks at Mavalipuram on the Coast of Coromandel, dessiné et gravé par Th. Daniell. Aquatinte en couleurs avec rehauts. Épreuve un peu jaunie, d'impression ultérieure. Quelques amincissures, traces de plis, rousseurs et taches. Petits trous dans les bords. Petites marges. Cadre. 47,5 x 65cm. SC

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            • Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Gate at the Loll-B…
              Nov. 20, 2023

              Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Gate at the Loll-B…

              Est: €500 - €600

              Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Gate at the Loll-Bang at Fyzabad,N°III dessiné et gravé par Th. Daniell. Aquatinte en couleurs avec rehauts. Épreuve un peu jaunie, d'impression ultérieure. Quelques amincissures, taches. Bords tendus. Petites marges. Cadre. 47 x 65cm. SC

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            • Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Verapadroog in the…
              Nov. 20, 2023

              Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Verapadroog in the…

              Est: €500 - €600

              Thomas DANIELL (1749-1840) Verapadroog in the Barramahl, N°XIII dessiné et gravé par Th. Daniell. Aquatinte en couleurs avec rehauts. Épreuve un peu jaunie, d'impression ultérieure. Quelques amincissures, traces de plis, rousseurs et taches. Petits trous dans les bords. Petites marges. Cadre. 53 x 69cm.

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            • Thomas Daniell (1749-1840) 18th early 19th century engravings - India scenes. site size 19 x 25 overall frame size 27 ¼ x 32 inches.
              Oct. 24, 2023

              Thomas Daniell (1749-1840) 18th early 19th century engravings - India scenes. site size 19 x 25 overall frame size 27 ¼ x 32 inches.

              Est: $500 - $1,000

              Thomas Daniell (1749-1840) 18th early 19th century engravings - India scenes. site size 19 x 25 overall frame size 27 ¼ x 32 inches.

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            • THOMAS DANIELL (1749 - 1840) AND WILLIAM DANIELL (1769 - 1837), NEAR THE CHALIS SATOON
              Oct. 18, 2023

              THOMAS DANIELL (1749 - 1840) AND WILLIAM DANIELL (1769 - 1837), NEAR THE CHALIS SATOON

              Est: £3,000 - £5,000

              THOMAS DANIELL (1749 - 1840) AND WILLIAM DANIELL (1769 - 1837)NEAR THE CHALIS SATOONPencil and sepia wash on paper38 x 53cm (14¾ x 20¾ in.)Provenance:Sale, Christie's, South Kensington, Travel Science and Natural History, 24 April 2013, lot 177

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            • Thomas Daniell RA (English, 1749 - 1840) Aquatint
              Sep. 05, 2023

              Thomas Daniell RA (English, 1749 - 1840) Aquatint

              Est: $200 - $2,000

              DESCRIPTION: Antique hand-colored Orientalist aquatint by Thomas Daniell, RA (English, 1749 - 1940) entitled "Gate of the Tomb of the Emperor Akbar, at Secundra, near Agra". "Published . . . for Thos Daniell by Robert Bowyer at the Historic Gallery[,] Pall Mall, November 1795." From "Oriental Scenery. Twenty four views in Hindoostan drawn and engraved by Thomas Daniell, with permission respectfully dedicated to the Honourable Court of Directors of the East India Company." On paper backed by stretched canvas. CIRCA: Late 18th Century ORIGIN: English DIMENSIONS: (Sight) H: 19.5" W: 26" (Frame) H: 24.5" W: 31" - CONDITION: Mild wear consistent with age and use, including a mild puncture in the top left quadrant not affecting the imagery, throughout. See lot description for details on item condition. More detailed condition requests can be obtained via email or SMS.

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            • Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'The Council House, Calcutta'; 'Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta' pair of hand-coloured aquatint views by Thomas and William Daniell after Thomas Daniell, some toning...
              Jun. 08, 2023

              Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'The Council House, Calcutta'; 'Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta' pair of hand-coloured aquatint views by Thomas and William Daniell after Thomas Daniell, some toning...

              Est: £600 - £800

              Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'The Council House, Calcutta'; 'Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta' pair of hand-coloured aquatint views by Thomas and William Daniell after Thomas Daniell, some toning and light spotting, Published by T. Daniell, February and August 1798 (2) 48 x 65cm (18 7/8 x 25 9/16in).

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            • Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'A Pavilion Belonging to a Hindoo Temple'; 'View on the Chitpore Road, Calcutta'; 'Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta'; 'Council House, Calcutta' hand-coloured aquatint...
              Jun. 08, 2023

              Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'A Pavilion Belonging to a Hindoo Temple'; 'View on the Chitpore Road, Calcutta'; 'Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta'; 'Council House, Calcutta' hand-coloured aquatint...

              Est: £1,000 - £1,500

              Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'A Pavilion Belonging to a Hindoo Temple'; 'View on the Chitpore Road, Calcutta'; 'Govinda Ram Mittee's Pagoda, Calcutta'; 'Council House, Calcutta' hand-coloured aquatint plates by Thomas and William Daniell after Thomas Daniell, mounted, framed and glazed, published by T. Daniell, 1797-1808 (4)

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            • Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'The Chalees Satoon in the Fort of Allahabad on the River Jumna'; and 4 further views by the Daniells hand-coloured aquatint views, published by Robert Bowyer at the Histo...
              Jun. 08, 2023

              Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'The Chalees Satoon in the Fort of Allahabad on the River Jumna'; and 4 further views by the Daniells hand-coloured aquatint views, published by Robert Bowyer at the Histo...

              Est: £1,500 - £2,500

              Thomas Daniell, RA (1749-1840) and William Daniell, RA (British, 1769-1837) 'The Chalees Satoon in the Fort of Allahabad on the River Jumna'; and 4 further views by the Daniells hand-coloured aquatint views, published by Robert Bowyer at the Historic Gallery, July 1795[-Thomas Daniell, 1804] (5) 48 x 63cm (18 7/8 x 24 13/16in).

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            • Thomas Daniell. "A Minar at Gour". Original 1808 colored etching depicting a minaret with several figures nearby. Drawn and engraved by Thomas Daniell and William Daniell. Plate no. XXIII. Dark spot of foxing upper ri...
              Apr. 30, 2023

              Thomas Daniell. "A Minar at Gour". Original 1808 colored etching depicting a minaret with several figures nearby. Drawn and engraved by Thomas Daniell and William Daniell. Plate no. XXIII. Dark spot of foxing upper ri...

              Est: $400 - $600

              Thomas Daniell. "A Minar at Gour". Original 1808 colored etching depicting a minaret with several figures nearby. Drawn and engraved by Thomas Daniell and William Daniell. Plate no. XXIII. Dark spot of foxing upper right corner. Several very minor spots scattered. Slight spot damage to paper bottom right corner. Overall good. Strong colors. Framed and matted under glass. Sight: 25 x 17.5in. Overall: 31.5 x 24in.

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            • ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS DANIELL (1749-1840), FOUR SKETCHES OF INDIAN RIVER VIEWS
              Apr. 26, 2023

              ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS DANIELL (1749-1840), FOUR SKETCHES OF INDIAN RIVER VIEWS

              Est: £300 - £500

              ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS DANIELL (1749-1840), FOUR SKETCHES OF INDIAN RIVER VIEWS pencil and ink with watercolour on paper, laid on paper mount, framed as a group, one inscribed with comments by the artist, 11.5 x 9.5cm; 15.5 x 10.3cm; 16.5 x 10.5cm; 6 x 11cm Provenance: According to pencil inscriptions on the back, Sotheby's, lot 55, 9th May 1962; Collection of the late Peter Millett (1925-2016)

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            • THOMAS DANIELL, RA, AND WILLIAM DANIELL, RA,  BRITISH 1749-1840 AND 1769-1837-  FOUR PLATES FROM 'O
              Mar. 29, 2023

              THOMAS DANIELL, RA, AND WILLIAM DANIELL, RA,  BRITISH 1749-1840 AND 1769-1837-  FOUR PLATES FROM 'O

              Est: £3,000 - £4,000

              Thomas Daniell, RA, and William Daniell, RA,  British 1749-1840 and 1769-1837-  Four plates from 'Oriental Scenery': Ruins at Cannouge; Gate of a Mosque built by Hafiz Ramut, Pillibeat; View of Mutura, on the River Jumna; Mausoleum of Kausim Solomanee at Chunar Gur;  handcoloured aquatints, drawn and engraved by Thomas and William Daniell, published by T. Daniell, London, 1802, plates 49 x 66 cm., four (4).  Provenance: Private Collection, UK.  Literature: Oriental Scenery (Abbey Travel 420, no. 83, 86, 98, and 99). 

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            • Thomas Daniell, Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz, Engraving
              Mar. 05, 2023

              Thomas Daniell, Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz, Engraving

              Est: $1,200 - $1,800

              Title: Mausoleum Of Sultan Purveiz, Near Allahabad Subject: India Type: Aquatint with hand coloring Materials: Paper Markings & Inscriptions: Marked Date: 1796 Maker: Thomas Daniell (1749-1840) Description: An aquatint with hand coloring depicting the Mausoleum of Sultan Purveiz in Uttar Pradesh, from the Oriental Scenery series, published by Robert Bowyer at the Historic Gallery near Pall Mall, 1796. Dimensions: 17.5" x 23.5" sight, 24.5" x 30.25" framed. Provenance: From a local collection.

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            • NACH THOMAS DANIELL (1749 KINGSTON UPON THAMES - 1840 KENSINGTON)
              Feb. 26, 2023

              NACH THOMAS DANIELL (1749 KINGSTON UPON THAMES - 1840 KENSINGTON)

              Est: -

              4 Farboffsets, ¨Lucnow taken from the opposite bank of the river Goomty¨, ¨Mausoleum of Kausim Solemanee, at Chunar Gur¨, ¨View of Mutura, on the river Jumna¨ und ¨The chalees Satoon in the fort of Allahabad on the river Jumna¨, je ca. 51x66cm, gerahmt (68,5x83,5cm)

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