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Caricaturist, Lithographer, Painter, b. 1797 - d. 1868

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      • JOHN 'HB' DOYLE - AUCTION EXTRAORDINARY
        Oct. 24, 2023

        JOHN 'HB' DOYLE - AUCTION EXTRAORDINARY

        Est: $100 - $200

        Lot 66 John 'HB' Doyle Irish (1797-1868) Auction Extraordinary (1838) lithograph printed by Alfred Ducôte published by Thomas McLean sight: 15 1/8 x 11 1/8 inches frame dimensions: 20 1/2 x 16 1/4 x 1 inches, wood frame with glazing Provenance: Property from the Estate of Seymour Stein

        Capsule Gallery Auction
      • Politcal Cartoon by Doyle, Bleeding Extraordinary
        Jun. 08, 2023

        Politcal Cartoon by Doyle, Bleeding Extraordinary

        Est: $150 - $300

        DOYLE, John (1797–1868). Bleeding Extraordinary! Etching, aquatint, & stipple engraving. Published: 1843 Approx. 11 1/4" x 14 1/2" sheet.

        Arader Galleries
      • JOHN 'HB' DOYLE - AUCTION EXTRAORDINARY
        Jan. 19, 2023

        JOHN 'HB' DOYLE - AUCTION EXTRAORDINARY

        Est: $200 - $400

        Lot 43 John 'HB' Doyle Irish (1797-1868) Auction Extraordinary (1838) lithograph printed by Alfred Ducôte published by Thomas McLean sight: 15 1/8 x 11 1/8 inches frame dimensions: 20 1/2 x 16 1/4 x 1 inches, wood frame with glazing Provenance: Property from the Collection of Seymour Stein

        Capsule Gallery Auction
      • After John Doyle - Also known as HB (1797-1868), 38 lithographs, Depicting satirical cartoons / scen
        Oct. 31, 2022

        After John Doyle - Also known as HB (1797-1868), 38 lithographs, Depicting satirical cartoons / scen

        Est: £100 - £200

        After John Doyle - Also known as HB (1797-1868), 38 lithographs, Depicting satirical cartoons / scenes commenting on the politics of the day, April 1834 to June 1835. Each lithograph with HB sketch number top right and titled lower middle, some with blind stamps. Published by T McLean, Haymarket, London. Aperture approx. 10" x 14" (38)

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • JOHN DOYLE (1797 - 1868) A racehorse with jockey up being led up at the Curragh Oil on canvas, 71 x 91.5cm (28 x 36”), in early 19th century original frame Painted circa 1820 Provenance: Private collection until 2022 John Doyle was the elde
        Oct. 18, 2022

        JOHN DOYLE (1797 - 1868) A racehorse with jockey up being led up at the Curragh Oil on canvas, 71 x 91.5cm (28 x 36”), in early 19th century original frame Painted circa 1820 Provenance: Private collection until 2022 John Doyle was the elde

        Est: €10,000 - €15,000

        JOHN DOYLE (1797 - 1868) A racehorse with jockey up being led up at the Curragh Oil on canvas, 71 x 91.5cm (28 x 36”), in early 19th century original frame Painted circa 1820 Provenance: Private collection until 2022 John Doyle was the eldest son of a Dublin silk mercer, and came from a Catholic family which in the seventeenth century had been granted extensive estates in County Offaly but were subsequently dispossessed. In his youth he learned to paint landscapes under Gaspare Gabrielli (1770-1828), the Italian landscapist who spent many years in Dublin, and miniature portraits at the Royal Dublin Society's drawing school under John Comerford (1773-1832). He won the gold medal in 1805. Doyle was commissioned to paint equestrian portraits for Howe Peter Browne, 2nd Marquess of Sligo (1788-1845) for Westport House and Lord Talbot, the Irish viceroy, and in 1822 he produced six prints entitled The Life of a Racehorse and ‘Backing the Colt’ number three of the set is clearly related to the present work, helping to date it. That year he moved to London with his wife, Marianna Conan, and soon found patronage from the Prince Regent and members of the aristocracy, again for equestrian paintings. His career, however, soon took a different direction, and he became, under his pseudonym ‘HB’ one of the best-known and prolific draughtsmen, satirical illustrators and cartoonists of the nineteenth century; he seldom painted in oils on canvas thereafter. It has been suggested that the silks worn by the jockey in the present painting may be second colours of the Marquess of Sligo, whose usual prime colours were white with red sleeves rather than all white. All-white silks are those usually attributed to Lord Anson at this date.

        Adam's
      • 19th Century Australian political satire lithograph. By John Doyle (Irish 1797-1868) An Extraordinary Animal, neither an Opossum nor a kangaroo. But having something of both. Approx 33cm H x 27cm W
        Oct. 16, 2022

        19th Century Australian political satire lithograph. By John Doyle (Irish 1797-1868) An Extraordinary Animal, neither an Opossum nor a kangaroo. But having something of both. Approx 33cm H x 27cm W

        Est: $80 - $120

        19th Century Australian political satire lithograph. By John Doyle (Irish 1797-1868) An Extraordinary Animal, neither an Opossum nor a kangaroo. But having something of both. Approx 33cm H x 27cm W

        Vickers & Hoad
      • 19th Century Australian political satire lithograph. By John Doyle (Irish 1797-1868) An Extraordinary Animal , neither an Opossum nor a kangaroo. But having something of
        Aug. 07, 2022

        19th Century Australian political satire lithograph. By John Doyle (Irish 1797-1868) An Extraordinary Animal , neither an Opossum nor a kangaroo. But having something of

        Est: $200 - $400

        19th Century Australian political satire lithograph. By John Doyle (Irish 1797-1868) An Extraordinary Animal , neither an Opossum nor a kangaroo. But having something of both. Doyle produced a series of 917 prints. Satirizing British Politics and used them nom de Plume with the initials H.B . Doyle was also the grand father of the creator of Sherlock Holmes, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. See The National Gallery of Australia for examples of his works, approx 33cm H x 27cm W

        Vickers & Hoad
      • JOHN 'HB' DOYLE - AUCTION EXTRAORDINARY
        Jul. 28, 2022

        JOHN 'HB' DOYLE - AUCTION EXTRAORDINARY

        Est: $200 - $400

        Lot 189 John 'HB' Doyle Irish (1797-1868) Auction Extraordinary (1838) lithograph printed by Alfred Ducôte published by Thomas McLean sight: 15 1/8 x 11 1/8 inches frame dimensions: 20 1/2 x 16 1/4 x 1 inches, wood frame with glazing Provenance: Property from the Collection of Seymour Stein

        Capsule Gallery Auction
      • LOT OF 3 JOHN DOYLE (1797-1868) POLITICAL SKETCHES
        Jun. 04, 2022

        LOT OF 3 JOHN DOYLE (1797-1868) POLITICAL SKETCHES

        Est: $50 - $100

        Lot of 3 John Doyle (1797-1868) Political Sketches, Various Sizes. Please carefully read our terms of sale, shipping information, and request any condition reports or photos prior to placing a bid. Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. RBFineArts CFL INC. shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections, or the effects of aging. Please email for a condition report and photos, if desired. Emails should be received at least 48 hours in advance of the date of the auction.

        RB Fine Arts
      • * Doyle (John, 1797-1868). In the Stocks, 1838
        Jul. 21, 2021

        * Doyle (John, 1797-1868). In the Stocks, 1838

        Est: £100 - £150

        * Doyle (John, 1797-1868). In the Stocks, 1838, monochrome watercolour, depicting a resigned-looking gentleman in the stocks with a baying crowd at his feet, annotated in ink to upper margin 'I wait the Result with tranquility' and 'I'll hurl a rotten Figg at my old Friend!', with the date in manuscript to upper left corner 'Feb 13, 1838, and initialled 'H.B' to lower right, horizontal and vertical folds (near top edge and at left-hand side respectively), 22 x 30.5cm, mounted, framed and glazed, 37.5 x 45cm Qty: (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • JOHN DOYLE (HB) (1797-1868) GOING IT ON STILTS TO APPROPRIATE MUSIC - UP-HILL WORK ! - JACK IN OFFICE
        Apr. 29, 2021

        JOHN DOYLE (HB) (1797-1868) GOING IT ON STILTS TO APPROPRIATE MUSIC - UP-HILL WORK ! - JACK IN OFFICE

        Est: -

        Group of 3 lithographs of political satire by John Doyle (HB) (1797-1868), printed in London by Mc Lean, 1835. Doyle, born in Dublin, soon moved to London, achieving success through caricature and political satire . From 1827 he began his production of drawings that he signed with the monogram HB, safeguarding his anonymity; his works were published by the famous publisher Thomas Mc Lean and lithographed by Alfred Ducôte, were so successful that Prince Metternich himself owned the entire collection. The drawings made from 1830 to 1845 marked a fundamental step in the history of caricature, bringing English satirical art to a more moderate language than that used by contemporary colleagues. litography 42,8 x 34, 43,3 x 32 e 43 x 34 cm Very good condition.

        Bertolami Fine Arts s.r.l.
      • [SLAVERY & ABOLITION]. DOYLE, John (1797-1868). 2 Lithographs, comprising:
        Feb. 18, 2021

        [SLAVERY & ABOLITION]. DOYLE, John (1797-1868). 2 Lithographs, comprising:

        Est: $400 - $600

        [SLAVERY & ABOLITION]. DOYLE, John (1797-1868). 2 Lithographs, comprising: Goody-Two-Shoes. Or Colonial Conciliation. [London]: Thomas M'Lean, 28 June 1832. 11.25 x 16.75 in. (slight wear along edge). Lord Goderich (Colonial Secretary) becomes a barber; Lord Howick (Under-Secretary), a cobbler. Both favored immediate emancipation. The overseer, back to the viewer, dominates the scene. The man being shaved asks why, when he does not have a beard. A sack with "Al. Thorpe / Northampton" at the feet of the overseer is overflowing with shoes. Lord Howick is trying to force another man's foot into one of the shoes while a second man with new shoes hobbles away. [With:] New West-India Dance, to the tune of 20 Millions. [London]: Thos. M'Lean, 18 June 1833. 11.375 x 16.625 in. (Slight browning along edges). The British Empire abolished slavery in 1833 and allocated 20 million to compensate slave owners for their loss. Abolitionist Thomas Fowell Buxton stands in a circle of dancing men. Lord Althorp converses with John Bull on the right, requesting payment for the Piper, to which Bull replies that he should ask the man in the broad-brimmed hat.

        Cowan's Auctions
      • 19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print)
        Oct. 22, 2020

        19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print)

        Est: $70 - $100

        19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print) Signed lower left, perhaps by John Doyle (Dublin 1797 – 2 January 1868 London), known by the pen name H. B., who was a political cartoonist, caricaturist, and painter. Opening size: 5 5/8 x 6 1/2 in. Frame: 10 1/2 x 12 in. Very good condition and nicely framed.

        Hidden Treasures Antiques & Fine Arts
      • AFTER JOHN DOYLE (H.B.) (1797-1868) The Old White Lion (July 1829) Coloured lithograph, 25 x 33cm Published by E. McLean, London
        Oct. 12, 2020

        AFTER JOHN DOYLE (H.B.) (1797-1868) The Old White Lion (July 1829) Coloured lithograph, 25 x 33cm Published by E. McLean, London

        Est: €50 - €80

        AFTER JOHN DOYLE (H.B.) (1797-1868) The Old White Lion (July 1829) Coloured lithograph, 25 x 33cm Published by E. McLean, London

        Adam's
      • John Doyle "HB", large collection prints
        Sep. 11, 2020

        John Doyle "HB", large collection prints

        Est: $40 - $60

        John "HB" Doyle (Irish, 1797-1868), approx. 80 political cartoons, caricatures, portraits, etc., most published by Thomas McLean c. 1830s-1840s, 11.75"h x 16.5"w and reverse

        Millea Bros Ltd
      • 4 John Doyle, "H.B." Political Sketches
        Jun. 08, 2019

        4 John Doyle, "H.B." Political Sketches

        Est: $80 - $100

        Doyle, John (H.B.)(British 1797-1868), "Who Are We" 1832 along with A Small Party of Superannuated Politicians, Drawing for Twelfth Cake and one other, lithographs with hand wash, Thomas McLean, publisher, Haymarket, 1837, H B sketches tipped onto mounts with captions in ink, 10.5 x 14.5 inches

        Concept Art Gallery
      • 19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print)
        May. 28, 2019

        19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print)

        Est: $70 - $100

        19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print) Signed lower left, perhaps by John Doyle (Dublin 1797 – 2 January 1868 London), known by the pen name H. B., who was a political cartoonist, caricaturist, and painter. Opening size: 5 5/8 x 6 1/2 in. Frame: 10 1/2 x 12 in. Very good condition and nicely framed.

        Hidden Treasures Antiques & Fine Arts
      • Political cartons: HB, John Doyle (Dublin 1797 - 1868 London), Lithographs, Printed 'Key to the H.B sketches' arranged as published up to 1st July 1839 and others, one titled 'Beginning in Good Old English Style', Each 12 x 17 1/2'' and various with
        Apr. 08, 2019

        Political cartons: HB, John Doyle (Dublin 1797 - 1868 London), Lithographs, Printed 'Key to the H.B sketches' arranged as published up to 1st July 1839 and others, one titled 'Beginning in Good Old English Style', Each 12 x 17 1/2'' and various with

        Est: £80 - £120

        Please Note - we do not make reference to the condition of lots within descriptions. We are however happy to provide additional information regarding the condition of items on request.

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • 1833-1843 Daniel O'Connell, political cartoons featuring the Liberator. (5)
        Apr. 06, 2019

        1833-1843 Daniel O'Connell, political cartoons featuring the Liberator. (5)

        Est: €300 - €500

        1833-1843 Daniel O'Connell, political cartoons featuring the Liberator. Five hand-coloured lithographs of political sketches by HB (John Doyle, 1797-1868), featuring Daniel O'Connell, usually in the role of villain (for instance as the wolf with Lord John Russell as Little Red Riding Hood) published by Thomas McLean. Unframed. Sheet sizes up to h:11.50  w:16.50 in.

        Whyte's
      • John Doyle (Irish/English, 1797-1868)
        Mar. 31, 2019

        John Doyle (Irish/English, 1797-1868)

        Est: $60 - $90

        John Doyle (Irish/English, 1797-1868) hand colored lithograph prints after his original sketches, printed by Alfred Ducôte, published by Thomas McLean (all bearing an impressed McLean stamp). Collection includes Sketch No. 249 "An Envoy-Extra-Ordinary," No. 250 "A. Portrait," and No. 275 "A Great Subject." All 16.5" x 11".

        Premier Auction Galleries
      • 19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print)
        May. 30, 2018

        19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print)

        Est: $70 - $100

        19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print) Signed lower left, perhaps by John Doyle (Dublin 1797 – 2 January 1868 London), known by the pen name H. B., who was a political cartoonist, caricaturist, and painter. Opening size: 5 5/8 x 6 1/2 in. Frame: 10 1/2 x 12 in. Very good condition and nicely framed.

        Hidden Treasures Antiques & Fine Arts
      • John Doyle
        Mar. 21, 2018

        John Doyle

        Est: £100 - £150

        John Doyle, British 1797-1868- Gulliver Capturing the Enemies Fleet & seven other satirical illustrations; lithographs, publ. by Thomas Mclean, London, ea. 29x41cm (approx.): Benjamin William Crombie, British 1803-1847- Modern Athenians circa 1840; engravings with hand-colouring, publ. by Hugh Paton, Carver and Gilder, Edinburgh, 25.7x39cm, (a lot) (unframed)

        Roseberys
      • DOYLE, John (1797-1868; pseudonym “H.B.”). An album of c. 130 lithographed caricature prints. London: Thomas McLean, [1830s]. Oblong 2°. The prints, mounted one, two or, on one occasion, three to a page, average landscape size 349 x 264mm and portrait size 320 x 220mm, the great majority coloured by hand (occasional tears, one torn with loss). FINELY BOUND in contemporary red straight-grained morocco gilt, gilt edges (rubbed). Provenance: VANE LONDONDERRY (armorial bookplate). The Irish artist John Doyle is chiefly remembered for his occasionally scabrous satirical political prints. They were issued once a month from 1827 during parliamentary sessions and ran for over twenty-two years. The majority of the prints in this album relate to The Reform Bill. “As the founder of ‘the modern school of graphic satirists represented by Richard Doyle, John Leech and John Tenniel’ Doyle prepared the way for Punch. The name of ‘caricature’ disappeared, and the modern word ‘cartoon’ assumed its place” (DNB). Also included in the lot is an original pen-and-ink wash drawing, signed and dated “H. H. Burnell, Dec. 1842”, and titled, “Sketch of New Drawing Room for The Most Noble Marquis of Londonderry. Holderness House. "Who can possibly resist these wonderful lampooning political cartoons of John Doyle? I am sad to let this one go" (H.B.).
        Mar. 01, 2017

        DOYLE, John (1797-1868; pseudonym “H.B.”). An album of c. 130 lithographed caricature prints. London: Thomas McLean, [1830s]. Oblong 2°. The prints, mounted one, two or, on one occasion, three to a page, average landscape size 349 x 264mm and portrait size 320 x 220mm, the great majority coloured by hand (occasional tears, one torn with loss). FINELY BOUND in contemporary red straight-grained morocco gilt, gilt edges (rubbed). Provenance: VANE LONDONDERRY (armorial bookplate). The Irish artist John Doyle is chiefly remembered for his occasionally scabrous satirical political prints. They were issued once a month from 1827 during parliamentary sessions and ran for over twenty-two years. The majority of the prints in this album relate to The Reform Bill. “As the founder of ‘the modern school of graphic satirists represented by Richard Doyle, John Leech and John Tenniel’ Doyle prepared the way for Punch. The name of ‘caricature’ disappeared, and the modern word ‘cartoon’ assumed its place” (DNB). Also included in the lot is an original pen-and-ink wash drawing, signed and dated “H. H. Burnell, Dec. 1842”, and titled, “Sketch of New Drawing Room for The Most Noble Marquis of Londonderry. Holderness House. "Who can possibly resist these wonderful lampooning political cartoons of John Doyle? I am sad to let this one go" (H.B.).

        Est: £700 - £1,000

        DOYLE, John (1797-1868; pseudonym “H.B.”). An album of c. 130 lithographed caricature prints. London: Thomas McLean, [1830s]. Oblong 2°. The prints, mounted one, two or, on one occasion, three to a page, average landscape size 349 x 264mm and portrait size 320 x 220mm, the great majority coloured by hand (occasional tears, one torn with loss). FINELY BOUND in contemporary red straight-grained morocco gilt, gilt edges (rubbed). Provenance: VANE LONDONDERRY (armorial bookplate). The Irish artist John Doyle is chiefly remembered for his occasionally scabrous satirical political prints. They were issued once a month from 1827 during parliamentary sessions and ran for over twenty-two years. The majority of the prints in this album relate to The Reform Bill. “As the founder of ‘the modern school of graphic satirists represented by Richard Doyle, John Leech and John Tenniel’ Doyle prepared the way for Punch. The name of ‘caricature’ disappeared, and the modern word ‘cartoon’ assumed its place” (DNB). Also included in the lot is an original pen-and-ink wash drawing, signed and dated “H. H. Burnell, Dec. 1842”, and titled, “Sketch of New Drawing Room for The Most Noble Marquis of Londonderry. Holderness House. "Who can possibly resist these wonderful lampooning political cartoons of John Doyle? I am sad to let this one go" (H.B.).

        Chiswick Auctions
      • TWO PRINTS AFTER JOHN H.B. DOYLE (BRITISH, 1797 - 1868).
        Jan. 21, 2017

        TWO PRINTS AFTER JOHN H.B. DOYLE (BRITISH, 1797 - 1868).

        Est: $25 - $50

        TWO PRINTS AFTER JOHN H.B. DOYLE (BRITISH, 1797 - 1868). Lithographs. No. 217 How to Astonish the Natives (signed in plate HB), and No. 223 Castor & Pollux. Framed, 15"h. 11"w.

        Selkirk Auctioneers & Appraisers
      • John Doyle
        Jan. 21, 2017

        John Doyle

        Est: $1,000 - $1,500

        (South Carolina, 1942-2014) three watercolors from 1974, possibly for a movie or screenplay. each signed and dated. framed one above the other. each work: H13 3/4" W10 3/4" Collection of Jack Dillard Ashley, Columbia, South Carolina.

        Wooten & Wooten Auctioneers
      • 19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print)
        Dec. 15, 2016

        19 century Landscape Lithograph Etching, Signed (Print)

        Est: $70 - $100

        Signed lower left, perhaps by John Doyle (Dublin 1797 – 2 January 1868 London), known by the pen name H. B., who was a political cartoonist, caricaturist, and painter. Opening size: 5 5/8 x 6 1/2 in. Frame: 10 1/2 x 12 in. Very good condition and nicely framed. If you would like to receive more detailed photos, please let us know. Any condition statement is given, as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Hidden Treasures shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. NOTWITHSTANDING THIS REPORT OR ANY DISCUSSIONS CONCERNING CONDITION OF A LOT, ALL LOTS ARE OFFERED AND SOLD "AS IS" IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CONDITIONS OF SALE PRINTED IN THE CATALOGUE.

        Hidden Treasures Antiques & Fine Arts
      • John Doyle (20th/21st Century) Hook Head Lighthouse, Co. Wexford
        Feb. 23, 2015

        John Doyle (20th/21st Century) Hook Head Lighthouse, Co. Wexford

        Est: €250 - €350

        John Doyle (20th/21st Century) Hook Head Lighthouse, Co. Wexford watercolour signed lower right & titled on reverse h:23  w:33 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Private Collection

        Morgan O'Driscoll
      • John Doyle (20th/21st Century) Inch Strand, Co. Kerry
        Feb. 23, 2015

        John Doyle (20th/21st Century) Inch Strand, Co. Kerry

        Est: €350 - €450

        John Doyle (20th/21st Century) Inch Strand, Co. Kerry oil on canvas board signed lower right h:30  w:40 cm. Provenance: Acquired directly from the artist Private Collection

        Morgan O'Driscoll
      • After John Doyle (1797-1868) British. "An Irish Wake", Lithograph by Alfred Ducote (act.1830-1840),
        Jan. 22, 2015

        After John Doyle (1797-1868) British. "An Irish Wake", Lithograph by Alfred Ducote (act.1830-1840),

        Est: £100 - £200

        After John Doyle (1797-1868) British. "An Irish Wake", Lithograph by Alfred Ducote (act.1830-1840), Unframed, overall 12" x 17.5", and thirteen others by the same hand, Fourteen (14).

        John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
      • John Doyle (1797-1868), Attr., Moonlit Landscape, 1828
        Jan. 08, 2015

        John Doyle (1797-1868), Attr., Moonlit Landscape, 1828

        Est: €3,600 - €4,500

        Oil on canvas England, 1828 Attributed to John Doyle (1797-1868) - Irish-born cartoonist and painter Signed and dated lower right 'J. Doyle 1828' Verso on the stretcher and frame with several poorly legible inscriptions and old auction labels Broad gold frame Dimensions: 64 x 76 cm Doyle, who became famous as a political cartoonist in London under the pen name HB, painted various oil paintings, including some moonlight scenes during his early creative period. They are considered exceptional collector's items and are a rare find on the art market Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. This painting from 1828 is attributed to John Doyle and depicts an landscape in the moonlight - an unusual subject matter for the artist who was primarily known for his satirical drawings. Before the viewer extends a wide river landscape with a moss-covered ruin towering in the left. A couple is sitting by the shore, enjoying the tranquility of the moonlit night. The full moon shines low, illuminating the calm riverbed sailed by a few boats. Skillfully the painter created an imaginary landscape with a romantic atmosphere and an interesting chiaroscuro. The composition is certainly inspired by the work of the English painter Sebastian Pether (1790-1844), who was known for his atmospheric moonlight subjects that were particularly popular in England during the late 18th and early 19th century. The painting is signed and dated lower right 'J. Doyle 1828'. The stretcher and frame bear several poorly legible inscriptions and old auction labels on the verso. There are five unprofessional restorations to the sky and the right area: on the front with clearly visible retouching and backed on the verso. Further there are some marginal blemishes with color losses along the edges due to rubbing of the frame. The canvas is slightly wavy, with small dents. The frame shows some wear. The framed work measures 90.5 x 103 cm, the stretcher frame measures 64 x 76 cm. John Doyle (1797-1868) In his youth John Doyle was a pupil of the landscape painter Gaspare Gabrielli and studied under John Comer Field at the Royal Dublin Society. In 1805 he was honored with a gold medal. During his early creative period he painted landscapes, depictions of race horses and received commissions for equestrian portraits. In 1822 Doyle settled in London. Here he was successful with his political caricatures, which he published as lithographs under the pseudonym HB. Between 1829 and 1851 his cartoons were printed in 'The Times'. Today over 900 of his drawings are in the collections of the British Museum. John Doyle was the grandfather of the famous author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. (tfa) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • Doyle, John (1797-1868)
        Dec. 17, 2014

        Doyle, John (1797-1868)

        Est: -

        Doyle, John (1797-1868). Lettera autografa firmata del pittore e caricaturista irlandese. Tre pagine in 16°. 100,00 €

        Aste Bolaffi
      • JOHN DOYLE 1797 - 1868 coloured lithograph 'The Va
        Dec. 16, 2014

        JOHN DOYLE 1797 - 1868 coloured lithograph 'The Va

        Est: £50 - £80

        JOHN DOYLE 1797 - 1868 coloured lithograph 'The Vaux and the Grapes' political sketches of 'HB' No 364 published by T. McLean, Jan 5th 1835 9 1/2" x 13" (unframed) and a COLOURED LITHOGRAPHIC 'SPY' CARICATURE from 'Vanity Fair' May 27th 1871 'Statesman No 35 Meyer Amschel MP (2)

        Capes Dunn & Co.
      • John Doyle, - known as HB (1797-1868),
        Nov. 15, 2014

        John Doyle, - known as HB (1797-1868),

        Est: £70 - £90

        John Doyle, - known as HB (1797-1868), Pair of framed 19th C satirical political cartoons; "Great Cry & Little Wool" published 1845 and "Extraordinary Escape of an Old Rat" published 1844, Each bearing the 'HB' logo lower left John Doyle was probably the best known political cartoonist in Britain in the 19th Century. He became known as 'HB' through using a double 'JJ' taken from the first letter of his first name which looked like 'H' and using a D on top of a D, taken from the first letter of his surname which looked like 'B' - hence 'HB'

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • John Doyle (1797-1868), Attr., Moonlit Landscape, 1828
        Oct. 06, 2014

        John Doyle (1797-1868), Attr., Moonlit Landscape, 1828

        Est: €4,800 - €6,000

        Oil on canvas England, 1828 Attributed to John Doyle (1797-1868) - Irish-born cartoonist and painter Signed and dated lower right 'J. Doyle 1828' Verso on the stretcher and frame with several poorly legible inscriptions and old auction labels Broad gold frame Dimensions: 64 x 76 cm Doyle, who became famous as a political cartoonist in London under the pen name HB, painted various oil paintings, including some moonlight scenes during his early creative period. They are considered exceptional collector's items and are a rare find on the art market Object is regular taxed. 19% VAT is added to the purchase price for deliveries within the EU. This painting from 1828 is attributed to John Doyle and depicts an landscape in the moonlight - an unusual subject matter for the artist who was primarily known for his satirical drawings. Before the viewer extends a wide river landscape with a moss-covered ruin towering in the left. A couple is sitting by the shore, enjoying the tranquility of the moonlit night. The full moon shines low, illuminating the calm riverbed sailed by a few boats. Skillfully the painter created an imaginary landscape with a romantic atmosphere and an interesting chiaroscuro. The composition is certainly inspired by the work of the English painter Sebastian Pether (1790-1844), who was known for his atmospheric moonlight subjects that were particularly popular in England during the late 18th and early 19th century. The painting is signed and dated lower right 'J. Doyle 1828'. The stretcher and frame bear several poorly legible inscriptions and old auction labels on the verso. There are five unprofessional restorations to the sky and the right area: on the front with clearly visible retouching and backed on the verso. Further there are some marginal blemishes with color losses along the edges due to rubbing of the frame. The canvas is slightly wavy, with small dents. The frame shows some wear. The framed work measures 90.5 x 103 cm, the stretcher frame measures 64 x 76 cm. John Doyle (1797-1868) In his youth John Doyle was a pupil of the landscape painter Gaspare Gabrielli and studied under John Comer Field at the Royal Dublin Society. In 1805 he was honored with a gold medal. During his early creative period he painted landscapes, depictions of race horses and received commissions for equestrian portraits. In 1822 Doyle settled in London. Here he was successful with his political caricatures, which he published as lithographs under the pseudonym HB. Between 1829 and 1851 his cartoons were printed in 'The Times'. Today over 900 of his drawings are in the collections of the British Museum. John Doyle was the grandfather of the famous author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. (tfa) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

        Auctionata Paddle8 AG
      • JOHN DOYLE (1797 - 1868) A set of nine political
        Sep. 21, 2014

        JOHN DOYLE (1797 - 1868) A set of nine political

        Est: €300 - €500

        JOHN DOYLE (1797 - 1868) A set of nine political cartoons, including: ''The Prophecy'', ''Varnishing - A Sign'', ''The Great Stalking Horse'', ''The Vindication'', ''War'', ''The Political Go-Cart'', etc. Handcoloured lithographs, various sizes, with printed signature ''HB''

        Adam's
      • DOYLE, John (1797-1868; pseudonym H.B.). An album of over 100 lithographed.
        May. 29, 2014

        DOYLE, John (1797-1868; pseudonym H.B.). An album of over 100 lithographed.

        Est: £600 - £800

        DOYLE, John (1797-1868; pseudonym H.B.). An album of over 100 lithographed...

        Christie's
      • John Doyle (British 19th century) engraving, mono HB
        Apr. 05, 2014

        John Doyle (British 19th century) engraving, mono HB

        Est: £60 - £80

        John Doyle (British 19th century) Political Harmonics engraving, mono HB together with 11 other political and satirical cartoons (12) a/f.

        Channel Islands Auctions
      • JOHN DOYLE (ALIAS H B), TWENTY-TWO ANTIQUE BLACK
        Feb. 07, 2014

        JOHN DOYLE (ALIAS H B), TWENTY-TWO ANTIQUE BLACK

        Est: -

        JOHN DOYLE (ALIAS H B), TWENTY-TWO ANTIQUE BLACK AND WHITE ENGRAVINGS, PUBLISHED CIRCA 1830, including "The Upsetting of the Reform Coach"; "The Thimble Rig"; "Joint Secretaries of the Treasury" etc, mounted but unframed (22)

        Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
      • JOHN DOYLE ETC, GROUP OF FIVE EARLY 19TH CENTURY
        Feb. 07, 2014

        JOHN DOYLE ETC, GROUP OF FIVE EARLY 19TH CENTURY

        Est: -

        JOHN DOYLE ETC, GROUP OF FIVE EARLY 19TH CENTURY BLACK AND WHITE ENGRAVINGS, "Old Stagers in New Characters!"; "A Ball-Room Scene"; "Dry Nurses"; "La Belle Alliance" and "Cupid before Psyche", 9" x 15", unframed (5)

        Keys Fine Art Auctioneers
      • After John Doyle (1797-1868) known as HB,
        Oct. 04, 2013

        After John Doyle (1797-1868) known as HB,

        Est: £100 - £150

        After John Doyle (1797-1868) known as HB, Portfolio of 22 lithographs by Ducote & Stephen HB satirical and political sketches , published 1834 by McLean, London Each 12" x 17 ½" paper size

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and
        Jul. 13, 2013

        John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and

        Est: £40 - £60

        John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and King Stork", publ T McLean, 26 Haymarket, May 26th 1842; lithograph, with blind stamp and signed with monogram within the plate, 27x36.5cm: together with twenty further lithographs by the same artist and publisher, (unframed), (a lot)

        Roseberys
      • John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and
        May. 04, 2013

        John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and

        Est: £60 - £80

        John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and King Stork", publ T McLean, 26 Haymarket, May 26th 1842; lithograph, with blind stamp and signed with monogram within the plate, 27x36.5cm: together with twenty further lithographs by the same artist and publisher, (unframed), (a lot)

        Roseberys
      • John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and
        Apr. 13, 2013

        John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and

        Est: £100 - £150

        John Doyle (HB), Irish 1797-1868- "The Frogs and King Stork", publ. T McLean, 26 Haymarket, May 26th 1842; lithograph, with blindstamp and signed HB within the plate, 27x36.5cm: together with twenty further lithographs by the same artist and publisher, (unframed), (a lot)

        Roseberys
      • JOHN DOYLE 1797-1868 coloured lithograph 'The Vaux
        Jan. 22, 2013

        JOHN DOYLE 1797-1868 coloured lithograph 'The Vaux

        Est: £50 - £80

        JOHN DOYLE 1797-1868 coloured lithograph 'The Vaux and the Grapes' political sketches of 'HB' No 364 published by T. McLean, Jan 5th 1835 9 1/2" x 13" (unframed) and a COLOURED LITHOGRAPHIC 'SPY' CARICATURE from 'Vanity Fair' May 27th 1871 'Statesman No 35 Meyer Amschel MP (2)

        Capes Dunn & Co.
      • Collection of Prints
        Sep. 22, 2012

        Collection of Prints

        Est: $400 - $500

        (1-2) John Doyle (Irish, 1797-1868). Two lithographs. Signed in plate (l.l.). Framed. (1) Anticipated Radical Meeting. Published by Thomas McLean, April 20, 1831. 14 1/8 in. x 11 1/16 inches. (2) This Is Not The Baron of Oakland in the Opera of the Haunted Tower. Published by Thomas McClean, July 1, 1831. 14 x 11 inches. (3-4) Andreas Geiger (Austrian, 1765-1856). Hand colored engravings, early 19th century. 8 9/16 x 5 7/8 inches. Framed and matted. (3) Doppelgänger und Don Carlos. (4) Herr Wild. (5) George Barbier (French, 1882 - 1932). "Eros - Robe et manteau, pour le soir, de Worth," plate 51 from Gazette du Bon Ton, No. 9. Lithograph with hand-applied color (pochoir), 1924. Sight size 9 1/2 x 7 1/2 inches. Framed. (6) Jean Dieu de Saint-Jean (French, circa 1655-1695). Dame de la plus haute qualité. Hand colored engraving, 1693, on laid paper. "Dessine par I.D. De S. Jean" in plate (l.l.). Sheet size 11 x 8 inches. Note that sheet has been trimmed to edge of image border. Framed. (7) A. J. Defehrt (engraver) (French, 1723 - 1774). Engraving, circa 1765. Plate XII from Ecyclopédie of Denis Diderot and Jean le Rond. d'Alembert. Sigth size 14 x 9 1/16 inches. Framed and matted. Provenance: Estate of Michael "Mendy" Wager.

        Capo Auction
      • John Doyle (1797-1868)
        Apr. 04, 2012

        John Doyle (1797-1868)

        Est: £500 - £800

        John Doyle (1797-1868) Taking an Airing in Hyde Park 'A Portrait, Framed but not yet Glazed' lithograph, published in 1833, by T. McLean 16 3/8 x 11¼ in. (415 x 286 mm.) overall together with a collection of further Wellington prints: 'A Chelsea Pensioner'; Wellington in the bedroom at Apsley House; in Walmer Castle; as Chancellor of Oxford University; and two equestrian prints, various sizes seven in the lot (7)

        Christie's
      • JOHN DOYLE (b.Dublin 1797 -died London 1868),
        Feb. 14, 2010

        JOHN DOYLE (b.Dublin 1797 -died London 1868),

        Est: £80 - £150

        JOHN DOYLE (b.Dublin 1797 -died London 1868), 'Who's to have the stick', handcoloured engraving, 26cm x 35cm, framed; and two others. (3)

        Lots Road Auctions
      • Attributed to John Doyle (Irish, 1797-1868) Horse before a landscape
        Nov. 25, 2009

        Attributed to John Doyle (Irish, 1797-1868) Horse before a landscape

        Est: £600 - £800

        Horse before a landscape oil on canvas, 45.5 x 61cm (17 15/16 x 24in).

        Bonhams
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