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Genre Painter, Porträtmaler, Illustrator, Painter, Miniature painter, b. 1751 - d. 1801

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      • William Hamilton (Chelsea, 1751 - Londr, 1801) Acquaforte dalla bibbia di Mackliin e da un disegno di Francesco Bartolozzi: Giacobbe vede per la prima volta Rachele cm 32x26; foglio cm 37,5x32,5
        Dec. 19, 2023

        William Hamilton (Chelsea, 1751 - Londr, 1801) Acquaforte dalla bibbia di Mackliin e da un disegno di Francesco Bartolozzi: Giacobbe vede per la prima volta Rachele cm 32x26; foglio cm 37,5x32,5

        Est: €150 - €250

        William Hamilton (Chelsea, 1751 - Londr, 1801) Acquaforte dalla bibbia di Mackliin e da un disegno di Francesco Bartolozzi: Giacobbe vede per la prima volta Rachele cm 32x26; foglio cm 37,5x32,5In basso London. Published Jan. 31.1701, by Tho.s Macklin, Fleet Street -

        Gliubich Casa d'Aste
      • MARY-ANN NELSON (CIRCA 1790) AFTER WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801) POKER WORK PICTURE OF CHILDREN PLAYING
        Dec. 06, 2023

        MARY-ANN NELSON (CIRCA 1790) AFTER WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801) POKER WORK PICTURE OF CHILDREN PLAYING

        Est: £200 - £300

        MARY-ANN NELSON (CIRCA 1790) AFTER WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801) POKER WORK PICTURE OF CHILDREN PLAYING Poker work picture,on wood, oval Label verso (16.5cm x 20cm)

        Elstob Auctioneers
      • Hamilton Engravings - Greek Satyrs, Maenads, Hydia
        Nov. 30, 2023

        Hamilton Engravings - Greek Satyrs, Maenads, Hydia

        Est: $2,600 - $3,900

        William Hamilton (British, 1730-1803) and Pierre-Francois Hughes d'Hancarville (French, 1719-1805). "Satyrs and Maenads" AND "The Meidias Hydria" - Published by Francesco Morellie, Naples, 1766-67, Paris, 1785-1788. Two engravings with original hand coloring from one of the most important 18th century publications in the world of art history that also advanced the study of archaeology, "Antiquites Etrusques, Greques et Romain Tiree du Cabinet de M. Hamilton" with text by Baron d'Hancarviile (Pierre-Francois Hugues) who created a chronology of each ancient vase painting. "Satyrs and Maenads" features a scene that is associated with Euripedes's "Bacchae". "The Meidias Hydria" engraving features a scene of the rape of the daughter of Leucippus by the Dioscuri, Castor, and Pollux by the Meidias Painter. Size (sight view for Satyrs & Maenads): 15.25" L x 25.5" W (38.7 cm x 64.8 cm) Size (framed): 20.125" L x 30.5" W (51.1 cm x 77.5 cm) Meidias Hydria is close in size. More about William Hamilton's vase collection: "Hamilton's collection of ancient vases, assembled by him after his appointment to the court of Naples in 1764, was first illustrated, described, and published between 1776 and 1777. Pierre Francois Hugues, an authority on ancient art, had introduced Hamilton to the Porcinari family, the owners of a large collection of ancient classical vases which Hamilton bought and enlarged, and then sold to the British Museum in 1772. Before their shipment of England, all the objects were listed, drawn and described under the supervision of the brilliant but unscrupulous 'baron'. The work was finely illustrated with hand-coloured engraved plates whose 'influence on neo-classical design and taste was to be profound' (Dictionary of Art). One of the explicit aims of the work was to discover the proportions of ancient vases in order to aid in their true reproduction, and indeed its influence on Josiah Wedgewood was significant. "Within barely a year of the publication of the first volume Josiah Wedgwood had opened his pottery works, Etruria, in Staffordshire, and thrown six black basalt 'first day vases' based on vases in Hamilton's publication. Countless other subsequent Wedgwood articles and designs were inspired by the work. 'When Hamilton and his wife returned to London on leave in August 1771, he negotiated for his collection of vases to be bought for the nation. According to tradition, this 'first collection' was purchased for the British Museum in 1772, for £8400, out of funds authorized by act of parliament. There seems to be no evidence for this sale, although the story was known to Horace Walpole, who refers to it in one of his 'books of materials' but mentions the sum of £8000. In 1772 Hamilton was made a knight of the Bath and elected a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries; he and his wife arrived back in Naples early in 1773, after travelling via Vienna, Venice, Florence, and Rome. Believing that he had exhausted the supply of fine Greek vases, Hamilton did not resume collecting until 1789, when he began amassing what would become his second collection of vases. This collection was fully described in Collection of Engravings from Ancient Vases (4 vols., 1791–5), edited with illustrations by Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, director of the Naples art academy. Far less expensive than the Antiquites, the volumes of these vase engravings, which were soon republished in various affordable editions, had considerable influence on public taste and on artists such as John Flaxman and Henry Fuseli' (Geoffrey V. Morson for DNB)." (Source: Arader Galleries website) Provenance: private Rancho Mirage, California, USA collection, by inheritance in 2020; ex-Dr. TDR Berreth, California, USA, acquired before 1982 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. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #179149

        Artemis Gallery
      • William Hamilton attr.
        Nov. 18, 2023

        William Hamilton attr.

        Est: €1,500 - €2,000

        William Hamilton 1751 Chelsea, London - 1801 London attr. - Mythologische Szene - Öl/Papier auf Holz. 24 x 24 cm (Tondo). Auf der Rückseite des Rahmens von fremder Hand bez. Unter Glas gerahmt (Zierrahmen).

        Das Kunst- und Auktionshaus Kastern GmbH & Co KG
      • William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801)
        Nov. 16, 2023

        William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801)

        Est: $500 - $700

        William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801), "Portrait of Mrs. Sarah Kembel Siddons (Welsh, 1755-1831)", 1793, charcoal and sanguine on paper, signed and dated lower right, "National Portrait Exhibition, 1868" label with artist and title and "Arthur Tooth & Sons, LTD., Old Masters & Modern Paintings, London" label with artist and title on backing board, 21 in. x 14 3/8 in., framed, overall 30 1/4 in. x 23 1/8 in. x 1 in. Provenance: The Collection of Mr. & Mrs. John Whitehead, England; The Collection of the Duchess of Rutland, Wales; Michael W. Murphy, El Dorado, AR. Exh.: "National Portraits", The South Kensington Museum (now Victoria and Albert Museum), London, 1868 and listed in the accompanying catalogue as No. 97.

        Neal Auction Company
      • Hamilton Engravings - Greek Satyrs, Maenads, Hydia
        Oct. 26, 2023

        Hamilton Engravings - Greek Satyrs, Maenads, Hydia

        Est: $3,000 - $5,000

        William Hamilton (British, 1730-1803) and Pierre-Francois Hughes d'Hancarville (French, 1719-1805). "Satyrs and Maenads" AND "The Meidias Hydria" - Published by Francesco Morellie, Naples, 1766-67, Paris, 1785-1788. Two engravings with original hand coloring from one of the most important 18th century publications in the world of art history that also advanced the study of archaeology, "Antiquites Etrusques, Greques et Romain Tiree du Cabinet de M. Hamilton" with text by Baron d'Hancarviile (Pierre-Francois Hugues) who created a chronology of each ancient vase painting. "Satyrs and Maenads" features a scene that is associated with Euripedes's "Bacchae". "The Meidias Hydria" engraving features a scene of the rape of the daughter of Leucippus by the Dioscuri, Castor, and Pollux by the Meidias Painter. Size (sight view for Satyrs & Maenads): 15.25" L x 25.5" W (38.7 cm x 64.8 cm) Size (framed): 20.125" L x 30.5" W (51.1 cm x 77.5 cm) Meidias Hydria is close in size. More about William Hamilton's vase collection: "Hamilton's collection of ancient vases, assembled by him after his appointment to the court of Naples in 1764, was first illustrated, described, and published between 1776 and 1777. Pierre Francois Hugues, an authority on ancient art, had introduced Hamilton to the Porcinari family, the owners of a large collection of ancient classical vases which Hamilton bought and enlarged, and then sold to the British Museum in 1772. Before their shipment of England, all the objects were listed, drawn and described under the supervision of the brilliant but unscrupulous 'baron'. The work was finely illustrated with hand-coloured engraved plates whose 'influence on neo-classical design and taste was to be profound' (Dictionary of Art). One of the explicit aims of the work was to discover the proportions of ancient vases in order to aid in their true reproduction, and indeed its influence on Josiah Wedgewood was significant. "Within barely a year of the publication of the first volume Josiah Wedgwood had opened his pottery works, Etruria, in Staffordshire, and thrown six black basalt 'first day vases' based on vases in Hamilton's publication. Countless other subsequent Wedgwood articles and designs were inspired by the work. 'When Hamilton and his wife returned to London on leave in August 1771, he negotiated for his collection of vases to be bought for the nation. According to tradition, this 'first collection' was purchased for the British Museum in 1772, for £8400, out of funds authorized by act of parliament. There seems to be no evidence for this sale, although the story was known to Horace Walpole, who refers to it in one of his 'books of materials' but mentions the sum of £8000. In 1772 Hamilton was made a knight of the Bath and elected a fellow of the Society of Antiquaries; he and his wife arrived back in Naples early in 1773, after travelling via Vienna, Venice, Florence, and Rome. Believing that he had exhausted the supply of fine Greek vases, Hamilton did not resume collecting until 1789, when he began amassing what would become his second collection of vases. This collection was fully described in Collection of Engravings from Ancient Vases (4 vols., 1791–5), edited with illustrations by Johann Heinrich Wilhelm Tischbein, director of the Naples art academy. Far less expensive than the Antiquites, the volumes of these vase engravings, which were soon republished in various affordable editions, had considerable influence on public taste and on artists such as John Flaxman and Henry Fuseli' (Geoffrey V. Morson for DNB)." (Source: Arader Galleries website) Provenance: private Rancho Mirage, California, USA collection, by inheritance in 2020; ex-Dr. TDR Berreth, California, USA, acquired before 1982 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. We ship worldwide and handle all shipping in-house for your convenience. #179149

        Artemis Gallery
      • After William Hamilton RA (British, 1751-1801)
        Sep. 21, 2023

        After William Hamilton RA (British, 1751-1801)

        Est: £80 - £100

        After William Hamilton RA (British, 1751-1801) Hebe, stipple engraving printed in colours, published by J. Eginton, 20th century gilded frame, 23½ x 14¾in. (59.7 x 37.5cm.).

        Martel Maides
      • W. HAMILTON (1751-1801), The Feeling of Queen Catherine'., Lithography
        Jan. 06, 2023

        W. HAMILTON (1751-1801), The Feeling of Queen Catherine'., Lithography

        Est: €60 - €100

        William Hamilton (1751 London - 1801 ibid.): The Feeling of Queen Catherine'., 19th century, Lithography Technique: Lithography on Paper Inscription: Titled below, below with information about the context of the scene. The print shows an interior scene in which Catherine defies Cardinals Wolsey and Campeggi, who are urging her to dissolve her marriage to Henry VIII. Date: 19th century Keywords: Historiography, Catherine of Aragon, Divorce, Wife of Henry VIII, Tudor, Trastámara, Early Modern History of England, Royal Consort, 19th century, Historicism, Portraits, Germany,

        Fichter Kunsthandel
      • Hamilton, William
        Jul. 09, 2022

        Hamilton, William

        Est: €80 - €120

        (1751 Chelsea - Soho 1801) nach. Musidora. - Celadon and Amelia. 2 Kupferstiche mit Punktierung v. P.W.Tomkins bzw. F.Bartolozzi bei P.W.Tomkins, Ldn. 1794-98. Je ca. 33 x 27, Blgr. 48 x 38 cm. Jwls. mit den Namensz., Titel, Adr. u. Datum i.d. Platte. - Tls. etw. stockfl. R

        Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
      • Hamilton, William
        May. 14, 2022

        Hamilton, William

        Est: €100 - €150

        (1751 Chelsea - Soho 1801) nach. Musidora. - Celadon and Amelia. 2 Kupferstiche mit Punktierung v. P.W.Tomkins bzw. F.Bartolozzi bei P.W.Tomkins, Ldn. 1794-98. Je ca. 33 x 27, Blgr. 48 x 38 cm. Jwls. mit den Namensz., Titel, Adr. u. Datum i.d. Platte. - Tls. etw. stockfl. R

        Kiefer Buch- und Kunstauktionen
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) Dalton Hall, near Beverly, Yorksh
        Mar. 24, 2022

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) Dalton Hall, near Beverly, Yorksh

        Est: £4,000 - £6,000

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) Dalton Hall, near Beverly, Yorkshire pencil, pen and grey ink and watercolour with scratching out on paper 17 7/8 x 25 1/4 in. (45.5 x 64 cm.)

        Christie's
      • William Osborne Hamilton, RA, British 1751-1801- Design Study for Marine Application; pencil o
        Mar. 22, 2022

        William Osborne Hamilton, RA, British 1751-1801- Design Study for Marine Application; pencil o

        Est: £300 - £400

        William Osborne Hamilton, RA, British 1751-1801- Design Study for Marine Application; pencil on paper, squared, signed with initials 'WH/K' (upper right), dated '1799' (lower centre), inscribed with notes (lower right), signed again (on the reverse), 22.8 x 37.5 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, UK, Since 1995. Please refer to department for condition report

        Roseberys
      • Attribué à William HAMILTON Chelsea, 1751 - Londres, 1801 La Musique, La Danse, La Tragédie et La Peinture Suite de quatre aquarelle...
        Feb. 22, 2022

        Attribué à William HAMILTON Chelsea, 1751 - Londres, 1801 La Musique, La Danse, La Tragédie et La Peinture Suite de quatre aquarelle...

        Est: €2,000 - €3,000

        Attribué à William HAMILTON Chelsea, 1751 - Londres, 1801 La Musique, La Danse, La Tragédie et La Peinture Suite de quatre aquarelles, de formes ovales (Taches et mouillures) h: 19 w: 15 cm Provenance : Ancienne collection Alfred Beurdeley, son cachet (L.421) dans le bas ; Sa vente ; Paris, Galerie Georges Petit, 9 juin 1920, n°191 à 194 ; Acquis à cette vente par la famille des actuels propriétaires ; Collection particulière, Paris Estimation 2 000 - 3 000 €

        Artcurial
      • Attributed to William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801)
        Dec. 09, 2021

        Attributed to William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801)

        Est: £500 - £800

        Attributed to William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801) The Month of March - Girls with chickens in a farmyard oil on canvas 30 x 26cm Provenance: The French Gallery, 120 Pall Mall, London; Property from a Suffolk country house Footnote: The present lot was possibly painted by Hamilton for use as reference in an etching series titled The Months of the Year, engraved by Francesco Bartolozzi in 1793 as The Month of March. It is possible that the appearance of the corners within an apparent oval may have been caused by the spandrels of the painting being at one time covered by an oval slip. It is also possible, however, that these corner areas outside the oval could have been added by the artist, or at a later date.

        Cheffins
      • 1) L DAL SOGLIO et A.
        Nov. 27, 2021

        1) L DAL SOGLIO et A.

        Est: €40 - €60

        1) L DAL SOGLIO et A. CONTE d'après William HAMILTON (1751-1801). The morning / The evening. Paire de gravures en pointillé en quadrichromie d'ép déb 19ème. 37 x 44 cm. 2) SUITE de 4 lithographies figurant scènes de genre d'après Edward CORBOULD, E.T. PARRIS, A.E. CHALON (x 2) 3) W.H. BOUCHER d'après W. Dandy SADLER. The widow at home. 39 x 46 cm. 4) Trois gravures de mode aquarellées. 5) Paire de lithographies ovales aquarellées figurant des jeunes filles d'époque Louis-Philippe

        Les Andelys Enchères
      • Attributed to William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801)
        Sep. 29, 2021

        Attributed to William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801)

        Est: £1,000 - £1,500

        Attributed to William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801) The Month of March - Girls with chickens in a farmyard oil on canvas 30 x 26cm Provenance: The French Gallery, 120 Pall Mall, London; Property from a Suffolk country house Footnote: The present lot was possibly painted by Hamilton for use as reference in an etching series titled The Months of the Year, engraved by Francesco Bartolozzi in 1793 as The Month of March. It is possible that the appearance of the corners within an apparent oval may have been caused by the spandrels of the painting being at one time covered by an oval slip. It is also possible however that these corner areas outside the oval could have been added by the artist, or at a later date.

        Cheffins
      • ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON RA (1751-1801) Biblical and Allegorical Figural Scenes A collection of six, ink and monochrome wash, 12.3 x 8.6cm to 15 x 12.5cm
        Sep. 21, 2021

        ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON RA (1751-1801) Biblical and Allegorical Figural Scenes A collection of six, ink and monochrome wash, 12.3 x 8.6cm to 15 x 12.5cm

        Est: €300 - €400

        ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON RA (1751-1801) Biblical and Allegorical Figural Scenes A collection of six, ink and monochrome wash, 12.3 x 8.6cm to 15 x 12.5cm

        Adam's
      • SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON. 14 PLATES. VASE DESIGN. 1801
        Jul. 08, 2021

        SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON. 14 PLATES. VASE DESIGN. 1801

        Est: $300 - $500

        [Sculpture] Hamilton, William. (Scottish, 1730-1803). 14 Copper engravings with expert hand-coloring. From Sir William Hamilton's Personal Vase Collection as Ambassador to the Kingdom of Naples. c. 1801. Measures 17" x 23". Condition Very good. Minor foxing.

        Quinn's Auction Galleries
      • Suite of Four 19th-Century Stipple Engravings of "The Seasons"
        Jan. 30, 2021

        Suite of Four 19th-Century Stipple Engravings of "The Seasons"

        Est: $700 - $1,000

        Suite of Four 19th-Century Stipple Engravings of "The Seasons" after William Hamilton (British, 1751-1801), published by Louis Wolff & Co., Ltd., London, all matted, glazed and framed alike. sight dia. 11", framed dia. 19-1/2" Provenance: The Collection of the Late Dr. E. Ralph Lupin, New Orleans, Louisiana.

        New Orleans Auction Galleries
      • William Hamilton, Studie zu "Viel Laerm um Nichts" von William Shakespeare, 4. Akt, 1. Szene. Vor 1789.
        Dec. 05, 2020

        William Hamilton, Studie zu "Viel Laerm um Nichts" von William Shakespeare, 4. Akt, 1. Szene. Vor 1789.

        Est: €180 - €200

        William Hamilton 1751 Chelsea – 1801 London Federzeichnung in Tusche auf Buetten mit Wasserzeichen (Churchill, Britannia, wohl 220 oder 227(?)). Unsigniert. Verso mit weiterer Skizze. Auf Untersatz montiert, darauf u.re. von fremder Hand in Blei kuenstlerbezeichnet, betitelt sowie mit der Beschreibung versehen "Hero wird ohnmaechtig". Wohl Skizze fuer das Gemaelde "Hero Fainting in Church" von William Hamilton, gestochen von Peter Simon.

        Schmidt Kunstauktionen Dresden OHG
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON, (1730-1803)
        Sep. 22, 2020

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, (1730-1803)

        Est: €300 - €500

        Pair of engravings, Classical frieze, Classical frieze

        Sheppards
      • Francesco Bartolozzi (1727-1815) after William Hamilton (1751-1801) two small hand coloured stipple engravings of children at play,
        Jul. 02, 2020

        Francesco Bartolozzi (1727-1815) after William Hamilton (1751-1801) two small hand coloured stipple engravings of children at play,

        Est: £150 - £200

        Francesco Bartolozzi (1727-1815) after William Hamilton (1751-1801) two small hand coloured stipple engravings of children at play, one 'Playing Shuttle-cock', 6 5/8 x 5 1/4in. (16.8 x 13.3cm.), the other of children beneath a tree, 4 1/4 x 5 1/4in. (10.8 x 13.3cm.); together with another stipple engraving after Hamilton by Jean Marie Delattre, Children feeding chickens, 4 1/4 x 5 1/4in. (10.8 x 13.3cm.); and two other stipple engravings, one titled 'Cupid & Psyche' by Delattre after Bartolozzi, the other 'Light is Love' by C. Knight, all in 19th century oval gilt frames. (5) * Condition: - Shuttle-cock: Paper lightly toned and slightly cockled. Not examined out of frame. Frame with verre eglomise edged glass in good cdn. overall, with chip and repair to lower edge. - Two others of children at play: Some dirty smudges and toning to margins. Children beneath a tree has a small number of fox marks and pale mould mark to right hand margin. - Cupid & Psyche: Some patchy toning across sheet. - Light is Love: Light toning to sheet, smudged marks to LH margin.

        Martel Maides
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight)
        Feb. 12, 2020

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight)

        Est: $50 - $100

        Framed; lower left inscribed: W. Hamilton R.A. Pinxt.; lower center inscribed: February, / Published by John & Josiah Boydell, London.; lower right inscribed: F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculpt.; MARCH: Color engraving; 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in.; lower left inscribed: W. Hamilton R.A. Pinxt.; lower center inscribed: March, / Published by John & Josiah Boydell, London.; lower right inscribed: F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculpt. (2)

        Potomack Company
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight)
        Dec. 18, 2019

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight)

        Est: $50 - $100

        Framed; lower left inscribed: W. Hamilton R.A. Pinxt.; lower center inscribed: February, / Published by John & Josiah Boydell, London.; lower right inscribed: F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculpt.; MARCH: Color engraving; 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in.; lower left inscribed: W. Hamilton R.A. Pinxt.; lower center inscribed: March, / Published by John & Josiah Boydell, London.; lower right inscribed: F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculpt. (2)

        Potomack Company
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight)
        Nov. 21, 2019

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight)

        Est: $75 - $150

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight) Framed; lower left inscribed: W. Hamilton R.A. Pinxt.; lower center inscribed: February, / Published by John & Josiah Boydell, London.; lower right inscribed: F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculpt.; MARCH: Color engraving; 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in.; lower left inscribed: W. Hamilton R.A. Pinxt.; lower center inscribed: March, / Published by John & Josiah Boydell, London.; lower right inscribed: F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculpt. (2) Provenance: Estate of Ronald Sperling

        Potomack Company
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight)
        Oct. 03, 2019

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight)

        Est: $150 - $300

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (BRITISH, 1751-1801) FEBRUARY and MARCH Color engraving: 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in. (sight) Framed; lower left inscribed: W. Hamilton R.A. Pinxt.; lower center inscribed: February, / Published by John & Josiah Boydell, London.; lower right inscribed: F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculpt.; MARCH: Color engraving; 13 3/4 x 10 3/4 in.; lower left inscribed: W. Hamilton R.A. Pinxt.; lower center inscribed: March, / Published by John & Josiah Boydell, London.; lower right inscribed: F. Bartolozzi R.A. sculpt. (2) Provenance: Estate of Ronald Sperling

        Potomack Company
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON (LONDRES 1751 - 1801) L'Apothéose de Louis XVI huile sur toile 99 x 72 cm. (38 7/8 x 28 ¼ in.)
        Jun. 25, 2019

        WILLIAM HAMILTON (LONDRES 1751 - 1801) L'Apothéose de Louis XVI huile sur toile 99 x 72 cm. (38 7/8 x 28 ¼ in.)

        Est: €25,000 - €35,000

        WILLIAM HAMILTON (LONDRES 1751 - 1801) L'Apothéose de Louis XVI huile sur toile 99 x 72 cm. (38 7/8 x 28 ¼ in.)

        Christie's
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) Four classical composition studies one sign
        Jul. 03, 2018

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) Four classical composition studies one sign

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) Four classical composition studies one signed 'Hamilton' (lower right) one pencil, pen and brown ink, two pencil, pen and grey ink, one pencil 7 5/8 x 10 1/8 in. (19.4 x 25.8 cm.)

        Christie's
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801)
        Jun. 12, 2018

        WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801)

        Est: £400 - £600

        WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801) Wood gatherers Pencil, pen and brown ink and watercolour 29.2 x 23 cm (11 1/2 x 9 in) oval and two further drawings by Matthew William Peters (1742-1814), 'A Lady in a large bonnet', pen and ink and grey wash; and John Russell (1745-1806) 'Portrait of two young girls', pen and ink and watercolour (3) Provenance: Private Collection UK, acquired by the present owner's grandfather Aaron Rapoport in Paris

        Chiswick Auctions
      • ATRIBUTTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON (ENGLAND, 1751-1801). CORIOLANUS, ACT V, SCENE III BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Oil on canvas. 123 x 98 cm
        Jun. 07, 2018

        ATRIBUTTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON (ENGLAND, 1751-1801). CORIOLANUS, ACT V, SCENE III BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Oil on canvas. 123 x 98 cm

        Est: $250,000 - $400,000

        ATRIBUTTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON (ENGLAND, 1751-1801). CORIOLANUS, ACT V, SCENE III BY WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE. Oil on canvas. 123 x 98 cm Estimado $250,000-400,000 ATRIBUIDO A WILLIAM HAMILTON (INGLATERRA, 1751-1801) CORIOLANO, ACTO V, ESCENA III* Óleo sobre tela. Con referencia del autor en el marco. Detalles de conservación y restauración. 123 x 98 cm William Hamilton fue un pintor e ilustrador inglés. Trabajó como aprendiz de Antonio Zucchi durante varios años. Se hizo miembro de la Royal Academy en 1789. Fue famoso por sus ilustraciones de obras de Shakespeare, poemas y episodios históricos. Referencia: "William Hamilton" en National Portrait Gallery (consultado en línea). Este lote fue vendido en Christie's Londres, South Kensington, el 29 de octubre de 2015, subasta 10451, "Old Master and British Paintings", lote 162. *En la escena representada de la obra de William Shakespeare, escrita entre 1605 y 1608, el general romano Cayo Marcio Coroliano decide no arrasar la ciudad de Roma, gracias a los ruegos de su madre.<

        Morton Subastas
      • William Osborne Hamilton, R. A. (English, 1751-1801)
        Oct. 20, 2017

        William Osborne Hamilton, R. A. (English, 1751-1801)

        Est: $6,000 - $10,000

        Couple and Guards oil on canvas signed and dated 1798 l.r. framed 30.5 x 21.25 in. (sight)

        Cowan's Auctions
      • 5 Sir William Hamilton Classical Engravings
        Aug. 05, 2017

        5 Sir William Hamilton Classical Engravings

        Est: $300 - $350

        Five (5) Sir William Hamilton (United Kingdom, 1751-1801) aquatint engravings on laid paper from a reprint of A COLLECTION OF ETRUSCAN, GREEK AND ROMAN ANTIQUITIES FROM THE CABINET OF THE HONOURABLE WILLIAM HAMILTON, including Volume II, Plates 50 and 60, and Volume IV, Plates 59, 68, and 71. Partial fleur-de-lis on a shield watermark, left edge of Volume IV, Plate 68. Images range in size from 3" H x 3 1/2" W to 5" H x 3 5/8" W. Plates approx. 8" H x 5" W. Sheets approx. 10 3/4" H x 8" W. Early/mid 19th century. (Additional high-resolution photos are available at www.caseantiques.com)

        Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
      • Trio of small prints in early frames: Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian, 1727-1815) stipple engraving and etching, "May," after a painti...
        Jul. 10, 2017

        Trio of small prints in early frames: Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian, 1727-1815) stipple engraving and etching, "May," after a painti...

        Est: $100 - $200

        Trio of small prints in early frames: Francesco Bartolozzi (Italian, 1727-1815) stipple engraving and etching, "May," after a painting by William Hamilton (1751-1801), depicts figures in foreground with young male gesturing toward Maypole dance in the background, circular gilt frame with ribbon carving at top, minor wear to frame, ss: 7 1/2" dia.; colored print depicting group of hunters, central figure reading letter, gilt frame with minor losses and fractures, image size: 4 1/4" h. x 5 1/4" w.; colored print depicting winter scene with bird looking at its reflection in ice, faux tortoise shell frame with scattered losses and damage, minor wave to paper, ss: 9 1/2" h. x 7 1/2" w. images not examined out of frame.

        Winter Associates, Inc.
      • * Attributed to William Osborne Hamilton (1751-1801). The Triumph of Venus and Cupid,
        Jun. 15, 2017

        * Attributed to William Osborne Hamilton (1751-1801). The Triumph of Venus and Cupid,

        Est: £400 - £600

        fine large-scale watercolour on paper, several closed tears repaired, including a horizontal closed tear across the whole of the upper portion of the image, but generally without loss, 58.5 x 90 cm (23 x 35.5 ins) mount aperture, framed and glazed - Quantity (1)

        Dominic Winter Auctions
      • ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) A scene f
        Apr. 27, 2017

        ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) A scene f

        Est: $7,000 - $10,000

        ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM HAMILTON, R.A. (LONDON 1751-1801) A scene from the Antique or the Old Testament, possibly Hannah Presenting Samuel to Eli oil on canvas 8 1/2 x 10 in. (21.6 x 25.4 cm.)

        Christie's
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON R.A. 1751-1801. 'The Angel Appearing to Cornelius' circa 1798. Oil on canvas, Cornelius is urged to seek out St. Paul. Later engraved by James Thompson for inclusion in Thomas Macklin's bible. On original stretcher embossed J. Speider. 128cm x 102cm.
        Mar. 28, 2017

        WILLIAM HAMILTON R.A. 1751-1801. 'The Angel Appearing to Cornelius' circa 1798. Oil on canvas, Cornelius is urged to seek out St. Paul. Later engraved by James Thompson for inclusion in Thomas Macklin's bible. On original stretcher embossed J. Speider. 128cm x 102cm.

        Est: £2,000 - £3,000

        WILLIAM HAMILTON R.A. 1751-1801. 'The Angel Appearing to Cornelius' circa 1798. Oil on canvas, Cornelius is urged to seek out St. Paul. Later engraved by James Thompson for inclusion in Thomas Macklin's bible. On original stretcher embossed J. Speider. 128cm x 102cm.

        Chiswick Auctions
      • WILLIAM HAMILTON, RA (ENGLISH, 1751-1801)
        Nov. 29, 2016

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, RA (ENGLISH, 1751-1801)

        Est: €100 - €150

        WILLIAM HAMILTON, RA (ENGLISH, 1751-1801) Two figures in a wooded landscape - A scene from The Tempest Watercolour Fully inscribed with title details on the reverse Unframed Provenance: A private collection of English and Irish watercolours10 x 14 inches (25 x 35 cm.)

        Sheppards
      • William Hamilton Chelsea, 1751 - Londres, 1801 Marie Stuart recevant sa sentence Aquarelle, plume et encre brune, de forme ronde,
        Jan. 20, 2016

        William Hamilton Chelsea, 1751 - Londres, 1801 Marie Stuart recevant sa sentence Aquarelle, plume et encre brune, de forme ronde,

        Est: €500 - €700

        William Hamilton Chelsea, 1751 - Londres, 1801 Marie Stuart recevant sa sentence Aquarelle, plume et encre brune, de forme ronde, annoté 'Mary, Queen of Scotland, receiving her sentence. / a Drawing by W. Hamilton R.A.' sur la feuille de montage Diamètre : 18 cm (7,10 in.) On y joint du même artiste trois dessins à l'aquarelle 'Le meurtre de David Rizzio', 'Saint Jérôme' et 'Saint Athanase'. Ensemble de 4 dessins Sans cadres Provenance : Collection James Forbes, Esq. (1749-1819) ; Probablement collection Charles, comte de Montalembert (1810-1870); Famille Montalembert ; Puis par descendance

        Artcurial
      • Attributed to William Hamilton (1751-1801)
        Dec. 08, 2015

        Attributed to William Hamilton (1751-1801)

        Est: £250 - £350

        Attributed to William Hamilton (1751-1801) A CLASSICAL SUBJECT Pen and ink and coloured washes 14.5 x 38cm

        Sworders
      • CIRCLE OF WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801) Lovers in a garden landscape beside
        Sep. 17, 2015

        CIRCLE OF WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801) Lovers in a garden landscape beside

        Est: £1,000 - £2,000

        CIRCLE OF WILLIAM HAMILTON (1751-1801) Lovers in a garden landscape beside a classical urn, Boig Wilson and Wheatley label verso, oil on panel, 15" x 19.5". See illustration. Provenance: Private collection, Somerset

        Duke's
      • Circle of William Hamilton (Chelsea 1751-1801
        Apr. 14, 2015

        Circle of William Hamilton (Chelsea 1751-1801

        Est: -

        Circle of William Hamilton (Chelsea 1751-1801 London) 'The Conspirators'

        Bonhams
      • After William Hamilton (British 1751-1801),The Magnanimity of Mary Queen of Scots and the Resignation of Lady Jane Grey
        Sep. 19, 2014

        After William Hamilton (British 1751-1801),The Magnanimity of Mary Queen of Scots and the Resignation of Lady Jane Grey

        Est: $800 - $1,200

        After William Hamilton (British 1751-1801) The Magnanimity of Mary Queen of Scots and The Resignation of Lady Jane Grey: Two Works The first, unsigned and inscribed The magnanimity of Mary Queen of Scots./Mary receiving her Steward/the morning of her execution/Vide Rapin/Painted by Wm Hamilton 1788; the second, unsigned and inscribed The Resignation of Lady Jane Grey/The Duke of Suffolk informing his daughter/the council had declared for Queen Mary and that she must lay aside the Crown/Vide Rapin/Wm Hamilton/1788 Each oil on copper Diameter of each: 11-1/2 in (29.2 cm)Property of Various Owners

        Weschler's
      • SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON (BRITISH, 17511801) THREE ETRUSCAN VASE DESIGNS.
        Feb. 22, 2014

        SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON (BRITISH, 17511801) THREE ETRUSCAN VASE DESIGNS.

        Est: $100 - $200

        SIR WILLIAM HAMILTON (BRITISH, 17511801) THREE ETRUSCAN VASE DESIGNS. Handcolored engravings. Together with a collections of engravings and mezzotints depiciting neoclassical style architectural decor. Includes prints by Franciszek Smuglewicz, PierreJean Mariette, Michelangelo Pergolesi, and other various artists. Comprised of over twentyfive unframed sheets Largest Sheet: 24" x 36"

        SUSANIN'S
      • William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Three figures conversing with Christ; A King and horse with running women beyond; A prison scene,
        Feb. 12, 2014

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Three figures conversing with Christ; A King and horse with running women beyond; A prison scene,

        Est: £300 - £500

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Three figures conversing with Christ; A King and horse with running women beyond; A prison scene, three works, pen and brown and black ink, with watercolour, over pencil, on laid paper, various sizes, largest 26 x 32 cm. (10 x 12 1/2 in), respectively, (2).

        Dreweatts 1759
      • William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Two resting soldiers; Head studies of two soldiers,
        Feb. 12, 2014

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Two resting soldiers; Head studies of two soldiers,

        Est: £250 - £350

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Two resting soldiers; Head studies of two soldiers, a pair, pen and brown and black ink, with watercolour, on laid paper, 32 x 25.5 cm. (12 1/2 x 10 in), and 27 x 22 cm. (10 1/2 x 8 3/4 in), respectively, (2).

        Dreweatts 1759
      • William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Thomas Gray's The Bard (?); Bearded scholar with book in cave,
        Feb. 12, 2014

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Thomas Gray's The Bard (?); Bearded scholar with book in cave,

        Est: £250 - £350

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Thomas Gray's The Bard (?); Bearded scholar with book in cave, a pair, pen and brown ink, with watercolour, on laid paper, each c.32 x 25.5 cm. (12 1/2 x 10 in), (2).

        Dreweatts 1759
      • William Hamilton (1751-1801) - A group of five allegorical scenes, and figure studies,
        Feb. 12, 2014

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - A group of five allegorical scenes, and figure studies,

        Est: £400 - £600

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - A group of five allegorical scenes, and figure studies, pen and black ink, pen and brown ink, monchrome wash, heightened with white, on various papers, largest 26.5 x 33 cm. (10 1/2 x 13 in), (5).

        Dreweatts 1759
      • William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Medusa, with classical buildings beyond; Abduction of Deianira; Amymone (?) with lecherous satyr,
        Feb. 12, 2014

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Medusa, with classical buildings beyond; Abduction of Deianira; Amymone (?) with lecherous satyr,

        Est: £600 - £800

        William Hamilton (1751-1801) - Medusa, with classical buildings beyond; Abduction of Deianira; Amymone (?) with lecherous satyr, a group of three, pen and ink, with watercolour, bodycolour, heightened with white, on laid paper, various sizes, largest, 26 x 32 cm. (10 1/4 x 12 1/2 in), (3).

        Dreweatts 1759
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