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Four George Washington Engravings NOEL Le MIRE (French, 172-1801), after JEAN BAPTISTE Le PAON (French, 1738-1785) Le General Washington ne quid detrimenti capiat res publica sight: 9 1/4 x 13 5/8 in., frame: 28 1/2 x 23 1/4 in. NOEL Le MIRE (French, 172-1801), after JEAN BAPTISTE Le PAON (French, 1738-1785) Conclusion de la campagne liberte de 1781 en Virginie sight: 9 1/4 x 13 5/8 in., frame: 28 1/2 x 23 1/4 in. EDWARD SAVAGE (American, 1761-1817) The Washington Family sight: 20 3/4 x 25 3/4 in., frame: 30 x 35 in. JOHN JAMES BARRALET (Irish, 1747-1815) Commemoration of Washington sight: 26 3/4 x 20 in., frame: 29 1/2 x 23 in.Grogan & Company
(French, 1724?1801) Two rare hand colored engravings, one of Lafayette and one of George Washington, after Jean-Baptiste Le Paon (French, 1736?1785): Le G?n?ral Washington.., the head after Charles Willson Peale (1741-1827), on laid paper, sheet 19-1/2 x 13-1/2 in.; Conclusion de la Campagne Libert? de 1781 em Virgine.., on wove paper, sheet 19 x 13-3/8 in.; matching gilt wood and composition frames, largest, 28 x 21-7/8 in. Brunk Auctions
5 Prints- 1.) and 2.) Adriaen Van Ostade (Dutch 1610-1685)- ''Lighting the Pipes'' and ''Father of the Family giving Broth to His Baby''- 2 etchings; 3.) after Charles Blanc- ''Rembrandt''- heliogravure, 1880, from `Hamerton's Etching and Etchers'; 4.) Noel Le Mire (French 1724-1800)- ''L'Amour''- engraving, c. 1762; 5.) John Dawson Watson (British 1832-1892)- Hands and Legs- graphite on paper, 1848, dated in pencil, laid down.Rachel Davis Fine Arts
Noel le Mire (French, 1724-1801), "Vue du Basin et de la Ville de Bruges", hand-colored engraving on paper, from a 1665 painting by Hendrik von Minderhout, 17.25"h x 22.5"w (sight), 23"h x 28"w (frame)Millea Bros. Ltd.
Large-sized circular engraving (diameter ca. 56 cm.) surrounded by 4 French captions (incl. a coat-of-arms). Publ. by N. Le Mire (Paris, ca. 1782). Ca. 64 x 64 cm. (leaf). Behind passepartout & framed (behind glass). ¶ Cf. Katalog Ornamentstich-Sammlung Berlin 2812 & Catalogue RIBAL I, p. 632. Very rare spectacular engraving by the French print-maker Noël Le Mire (or Noël Lemire) dep. various mythological figures (i.a. Apollo, the Nine Muses, Pegasus & Momus) as painted on the ceiling of “Le Grand Théâtre de Bordeaux” by the French artist Jean Baptiste Claude Robin (1734-1818). The French architect Victor Louis (1731-1800), who built this famous theatre between 1773-1780, published in 1782 in Paris for his own costs a sumptuous illustrated plate-volume “Salle de spectacle de Bordeaux” for which our engraving was separately issued (but are rarely found together). ¶ A few minor defects (fold in the middle, small dam. spot in outer blank margin (expertly restored), occ. sl. creased/ torn in outer (blank) margins), but nevertheless in good condition (not examined out of frame).Venduehuis der Notarissen
[Revolution/George Washington] Le General Washington Ne Quid Detrimenti capiat res publica Grave dapres le Tableau Original appartenant a Mr. Marquis de la Fayette. Engraving by Noel le Mire (Fr., 1724-1801), after Louis Jean-Baptiste le Paon (Fr., 1738-1785). Washingtons head and confident pose are based on Charles Wilson Peales paintings of George Washington after the Battle of Princeton, which Peale began painting in 1779. Le Paon added a slave tending a horse. In the engraving, the slave is a woman standing behind the horse (not a man in front), and Washington is surrounded by documents: Daily correspondence, Declaration of Independence, Treaty of Alliance, a proclamation, Conciliatory Bills, etc., on a table and on the ground, and in Washingtons hand. In margin at lower left: Peint par L. le Paon Peintre de Bataille de S. A. S. Msr le Prince de Conde. In margin at lower right: Grave par N. le Mire des Academies Imperiales et Royales et de celle des Sciences et Arts de Rouen. [C. 1780s. Lafayette was involved in the Battle of Yorktown in Oct. 1781.] Image 16 ½ x 12 5/8 in. Sheet 18 ½ x 13 ¼ in. Sight condition very good, traces of foxing, pencil number in margin at lower left. Verso has tape to its left edge and upper right corner, couple hinging bits to versos upper edge.Quinn's Auction Galleries
Titled "Conclusion de la Campagne Liberte de 1781 en Virginie" by Noel Le Mire (1724-1801), after Jean Baptiste Le Paon (1738-1785).Locati LLC
Titled "Le General Washington", by Noel Le Mire (1724-1801), after Jean Baptiste Le Paon (1738-1785), after Charles Willson Peale (1741-1827), depicting Washington holding the Declaration of Independence and a treaty of alliance between France and the United States, with discarded agreements with England at his feet.Locati LLC
NOEL LE MIRE (FRENCH, 1724-1801) LE GENERAL WASHINGTON NE QUID DETRIMENTI CAPIAT RES PUBLICA Engraving: 19 1/2 x 13 1/2 in. (sight) FramedPotomack Company
Le General Washington, 1782 Engraving Published by Le Mire, Paris 16 5/8 x 12 3/4in (42.2 x 32.4cm)Bonhams
Entwurf für die Ecke eines Deckenplafonds: Zwei Karyatiden flankieren Athena, eingefasst im gesprengten Segmentgiebel. Rötel und schwarzer Stift, rot laviert. 34 x 48,8 cm. Unten rechts auf dem Deckenvorsprung wohl von fremder Hand bez. "Noël Le Mire p.".Galerie Bassenge
Engraving 1782-1784. "Conclusion de la campagne de 1781 en Virginie. "To his excellency General Washington this likeness of his friend, the Marquess de la Fayette, is humbly dedicated, by le Mire." Published in: The American Revolution in drawings and prints; a checklist of 1765-1790 graphics in the Library of Congress. 19 3/4 x 14 1/4 inches.Capo Auction