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    • Henry Dixon (1823-1893)
      Dec. 01, 2021

      Henry Dixon (1823-1893)

      Est: £300 - £500

      Henry Dixon (1823-1893) Henry Dixon (1823-1893) OLD RELICS IN LONDON c.1880s, Carbon prints (6), image sizes approx. 225 x 175mm, three examples flush mounted on board with pencil annotations verso, and three loose carbon prints with pencil annotations verso and some examples numbered in the negative, Subjects include, Charterhouse, Borough High Street, & Southwark

      Chiswick Auctions
    • HENRY DIXON & SON (1820-1893) Lion at the London Zoo.
      Oct. 18, 2018

      HENRY DIXON & SON (1820-1893) Lion at the London Zoo.

      Est: $1,800 - $2,200

      HENRY DIXON & SON (1820-1893) Lion at the London Zoo. Carbon print, the image measuring 9x13 3/4 inches (22.9x34.9 cm.), with Dixon's credit and inventory number in the negative, and his credit and a number, in pencil, on verso. Circa 1880s

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • HENRY DIXON & SONS (1820-1893) The Lion.
      Oct. 25, 2016

      HENRY DIXON & SONS (1820-1893) The Lion.

      Est: $4,000 - $6,000

      HENRY DIXON & SONS (1820-1893) The Lion. Carbon print, the image measuring 28 1/2x21 1/2 inches (72.4x54.6 cm.), the original mount slightly larger, with Dixon's credit, in the negative, and the Henry Dixon & Son embossed blind stamp on print recto. 1879-85

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • Henry Dixon (1820-1892). White Hart Inn Yard, Southwark, 1881. Carbon print mounted to contemporary
      Mar. 06, 2015

      Henry Dixon (1820-1892). White Hart Inn Yard, Southwark, 1881. Carbon print mounted to contemporary

      Est: £100 - £150

      Henry Dixon (1820-1892). White Hart Inn Yard, Southwark, 1881. Carbon print mounted to contemporary card, numbered 51 in the negative, printed photographer's name, title and annotations on card, 17.8 x 22.6cm (7 x 8 7/8in). Provenance: Private Collection, London

      Dreweatts 1759
    • - Henry Dixon , 1820-1893 'TEMPLE AT NAGLAPUR, KADUB TALUK'
      Mar. 30, 2009

      - Henry Dixon , 1820-1893 'TEMPLE AT NAGLAPUR, KADUB TALUK'

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      albumen print, mounted, circa 1865

      Sotheby's
    • Henry Dixon 1820-1893 , 'temple at naglapur, kadub taluk'
      Apr. 25, 2007

      Henry Dixon 1820-1893 , 'temple at naglapur, kadub taluk'

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      albumen print, mounted, titled in an unidentified hand in pencil on the mount, titled in an unidentified contemporary hand in ink on the reverse, matted, circa 1865

      Sotheby's
    • Henry Dixon 1820-1893 , 'temple of halebid (part of north front)'
      Apr. 25, 2007

      Henry Dixon 1820-1893 , 'temple of halebid (part of north front)'

      Est: $8,000 - $12,000

      a plate from the album Views of Mysore (Mysore, 1868-69), albumen print with arched top, initialed by the photographer in the negative, mounted, two labels, with the title and photographer's credit in letterpress, on the mount, matted, circa 1868

      Sotheby's
    • CAPT. HENRY DIXON (1824-83)
      Sep. 27, 2001

      CAPT. HENRY DIXON (1824-83)

      Est: $1,460 - $2,190

      The Palace of Rajah Lalat Indra Kesari, or Ranee Goompah, Rock-cut Caves, Oodyaghirri, Orissa, - (Left view) no. 13; The Great Temple. Bobeneswar in Orissa no. 1; Group of Temples to the West of the Great Temple. Bobeneswar in Orissa no. 4 3 albumen prints. Circa 1858. Arched tops, one signed HD in the negative, each mounted on card, titled, numbered and with photographer's credit Photographed by Capt. Henry Dixon, 22nd M.N.I. on printed paper series labels and with photographer's monogram blindstamp on mount. Each approximately 91/4 x 111/2 in. (23.5 x 29.2 cm.) Exhibited: New York, The Morgan Library and Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, From Merchants to Emperors, British Artists and India 1757-1930, 1986-87 (the first two photographs only) (3) PROVENANCE The Paul F. Walter Collection; Christie's London, Visions of India, 5 June 1996, lot 225 (the first two photographs only) LITERATURE Pal and Dehejia, From Merchants to Emperors, pl. 205 EXHIBITION Exhibited: New York, The Morgan Library and Los Angeles, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, From Merchants to Emperors, British Artists and India 1757-1930, 1986-87 (the first two photographs only) NOTES Henry Dixon, of the 22nd. Madras Infantry is perhaps best known for his series of photographs comprising architectural studies and views of Mysore, for which he received government funding. The government had recently given responsibility for the documentation of such sites directly to the individual Presidencies in order to continue the comprehensive recording of India's antiquities which had begun when Capt. Thomas Biggs was appointed as Government Photographer to the Bombay Presidency.

      Christie's
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