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Water color painter, b. 1777 - d. 1849

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        • Edward Hawke Locker
          Jan. 25, 2024

          Edward Hawke Locker

          Est: $600 - $800

          British, 1777-1848 A View of Nicobars Signed with initials EHL and dated [180]8 (lr); also inscribed Edward Hawke Locker delt. Nicobars. Decr. 29th 1808. on the mount Watercolor on paper 7 5/8 x 11 1/4 inches (19.3 x 28.5 cm) Frame 15 7/8 x 18 3/8 inches (40 x 46.7 cm) Slighted faded. Scrape with a small loss of paper (ll)

          Doyle New York
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist
          Jun. 26, 2017

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist

          Est: $80 - $120

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist (producing works now in the V&A and British Museum). He was named after his father's patron Admiral Edward Hawke. Entering the navy pay office as a clerk on 1 June 1795, he served in its India department (from 1799) and the board of naval enquiry before becoming a prize agent and Edward Pellew 's civil secretary during his East Indies, North Sea and Mediterranean commands from 1804 to 1814. He was in England in July 1802, when he accompanied the French balloonist Andr?-Jacques Garnerin on his second English ascent during the Peace of Amiens. He also spent time in Spain in 1813 during the Peninsular War alongside Lord John Russell, bringing despatches to Wellington, as well as visiting Napoleon in May 1814 during his Elba exile. ALS, 1826, 1p, 4-5/8 x 7-1/4". To apparently a young collector of autographs giving advice -who to collect i.e. Southey, Basil Hall, Captain Parry [North Pole] Sir T. Laurence - Pres. of R. Academy etc. VG.

          East Coast Books
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist
          May. 09, 2017

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist

          Est: $80 - $120

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist (producing works now in the V&A and British Museum). He was named after his father's patron Admiral Edward Hawke. Entering the navy pay office as a clerk on 1 June 1795, he served in its India department (from 1799) and the board of naval enquiry before becoming a prize agent and Edward Pellew 's civil secretary during his East Indies, North Sea and Mediterranean commands from 1804 to 1814. He was in England in July 1802, when he accompanied the French balloonist Andr?-Jacques Garnerin on his second English ascent during the Peace of Amiens. He also spent time in Spain in 1813 during the Peninsular War alongside Lord John Russell, bringing despatches to Wellington, as well as visiting Napoleon in May 1814 during his Elba exile. ALS, 1826, 1p, 4-5/8 x 7-1/4". To apparently a young collector of autographs giving advice -who to collect i.e. Southey, Basil Hall, Captain Parry [North Pole] Sir T. Laurence - Pres. of R. Academy etc. VG.

          East Coast Books
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist
          Feb. 08, 2017

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist

          Est: $80 - $120

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist (producing works now in the V&A and British Museum). He was named after his father's patron Admiral Edward Hawke. Entering the navy pay office as a clerk on 1 June 1795, he served in its India department (from 1799) and the board of naval enquiry before becoming a prize agent and Edward Pellew 's civil secretary during his East Indies, North Sea and Mediterranean commands from 1804 to 1814. He was in England in July 1802, when he accompanied the French balloonist Andr?-Jacques Garnerin on his second English ascent during the Peace of Amiens. He also spent time in Spain in 1813 during the Peninsular War alongside Lord John Russell, bringing despatches to Wellington, as well as visiting Napoleon in May 1814 during his Elba exile. ALS, 1826, 1p, 4-5/8 x 7-1/4". To apparently a young collector of autographs giving advice -who to collect i.e. Southey, Basil Hall, Captain Parry [North Pole] Sir T. Laurence - Pres. of R. Academy etc. VG.

          East Coast Books
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist
          Dec. 22, 2016

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist

          Est: $80 - $120

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist (producing works now in the V&A and British Museum). He was named after his father's patron Admiral Edward Hawke. Entering the navy pay office as a clerk on 1 June 1795, he served in its India department (from 1799) and the board of naval enquiry before becoming a prize agent and Edward Pellew 's civil secretary during his East Indies, North Sea and Mediterranean commands from 1804 to 1814. He was in England in July 1802, when he accompanied the French balloonist Andr?-Jacques Garnerin on his second English ascent during the Peace of Amiens. He also spent time in Spain in 1813 during the Peninsular War alongside Lord John Russell, bringing despatches to Wellington, as well as visiting Napoleon in May 1814 during his Elba exile. ALS, 1826, 1p, 4-5/8 x 7-1/4". To apparently a young collector of autographs giving advice -who to collect i.e. Southey, Basil Hall, Captain Parry [North Pole] Sir T. Laurence - Pres. of R. Academy etc. VG.

          East Coast Books
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist
          Nov. 29, 2016

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist

          Est: $80 - $120

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777 -1849) English watercolourist (producing works now in the V&A and British Museum). He was named after his father's patron Admiral Edward Hawke. Entering the navy pay office as a clerk on 1 June 1795, he served in its India department (from 1799) and the board of naval enquiry before becoming a prize agent and Edward Pellew 's civil secretary during his East Indies, North Sea and Mediterranean commands from 1804 to 1814. He was in England in July 1802, when he accompanied the French balloonist André-Jacques Garnerin on his second English ascent during the Peace of Amiens. He also spent time in Spain in 1813 during the Peninsular War alongside Lord John Russell, bringing despatches to Wellington, as well as visiting Napoleon in May 1814 during his Elba exile. ALS, 1826, 1p, 4-5/8 x 7-1/4". To apparently a young collector of autographs giving advice -who to collect i.e. Southey, Basil Hall, Captain Parry [North Pole] Sir T. Laurence - Pres. of R. Academy etc. VG.

          East Coast Books
        • Locker, Edward Hawke: Views of Spain.
          Apr. 10, 2014

          Locker, Edward Hawke: Views of Spain.

          Est: €1,500 - €1,800

          Locker, Edward Hawke. Views of Spain. Gestoch. Titelblatt mit gestoch. Vignette auf gewalztem China sowie 60 lithographierten Tafeln von Harding und Westall nach Vorlagen des Verfassers. 30 x 24 cm. Englischer grüner Ganzmaroquinband mit breiter ornamentaler Deckelbordüre in Goldprägung (recto et verso) sowie ornamentaler RVergold und Ganzgoldschnitt (Ivorderes Innengelenk vom Buchblock gelöst). London: John Murray, 1824. Abbey Travel 147. - Die seltene erste Ausgabe in einem bemerkenswert sauberen und breitrandigen Exemplar mit frühen Lithographien. - Exemplar aus der Bibliothek des Generals Sir Bindon Blood, mit gestochenem Exlibris im Innendeckel.

          Galerie Bassenge
        • LOCKER, EDWARD HAWKE.
          Jul. 10, 2013

          LOCKER, EDWARD HAWKE.

          Est: £5,000 - £7,000

          MEMOIRS  OF  CELEBRATED  NAVAL  COMMANDERS,  ILLUSTRATED  BY  ENGRAVINGS  FROM  ORIGINAL  PICTURES  IN  THE  NAVAL  GALLERY  OF  GREENWICH  HOSPITAL.  HARDING  AND  LEPARD,  1832 4to,  first  edition,  large  paper,  the  author's  extra-illustrated  copy,  23  plates  in  proof  state  on  india  paper,  laid  down,  in  19  cases  with  the  ink  and  watercolour  illustration  from  which  the  engraving  was  taken  laid  down  on  the  facing  page,  also  a  watercolour  detail  from  De  Velde's  Battle  of  Solebay,  and  a  pencil  portrait  of  Locker  by  his  father,  also  with  25  letters  and  documents  laid  down  including  a  document  signed  by  Nelson  ("Nelson  &  Bronte")  providing  Rear  Admiral  Sir  Richard  Bickerton  with  additional  signals  (two  pages,  folio,  HMS  Amphion,  off  Toulon,  22  July  1803),  "Memorandum  of  a  Conversation  [of  Richard  Keats]  with  Lord  Nelson  the  last  time  he  was  in  England",  discussing  his  tactical  plans,  a  document  signed  by  Sir  Cloudsley  Shovell  (2  pages,  20  July  1700),  a  letter  signed  by  Sir  George  Rooke  (1  page,  19  June  1702),  autograph  letters  by  Admiral  Richard  Keats  (3),  T.M.  Hardy,  David  Wilkie  (2),  Robert  Peel,  J.W.  Croker  (2),  Robert  Southey,  and  others,  to  William  Locker  relating  to  the  Greenwich  naval  gallery  or  his  research  for  the  current  book,  in  later  navy  blue  morocco  gilt  by  Riviere  and  Son,  spine  in  six  compartments,  covers  very  lightly  marked

          Sotheby's
        • Locker (Edward Hawke, 1777-1849). Clevedon Court,
          Feb. 06, 2013

          Locker (Edward Hawke, 1777-1849). Clevedon Court,

          Est: £200 - £300

          Locker (Edward Hawke, 1777-1849). Clevedon Court, Bristol, pen and brown ink with watercolour, signed and dated 2 October 1809 on original mount (attached to verso), 20.5 x 31cm (8 x 12in), framed & glazed. Provenance: Sold at Christies, lot 86, 22 July 1986. An accompanying letter written at Clevedon Court in 1989 by Lady Margaret Ann Elton (1915-1995) observes that the picture was most likely originally sold by Arthur Brookfield, son of literary hostess and author Jane Octavia Elton Brookfield, and his wife Olive Hamilton "in their endlessly gentile poverty". (1) Please Note: Buyer's Premium for this lot is 23.40%

          Dominic Winter Auctions
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848)
          Sep. 23, 2010

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848)

          Est: £600 - £800

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848) A view of Chunar Ghur pencil and watercolour on paper bearing WISE & PATCH 1806 watermark 6½ x 12in. (16.5 x 30.2cm.)

          Christie's
        • LOCKER, Edward Hawke (1777-1849). Views of Spain. London: John Murray, 1824.
          Dec. 09, 2009

          LOCKER, Edward Hawke (1777-1849). Views of Spain. London: John Murray, 1824.

          Est: $2,000 - $3,000

          LOCKER, Edward Hawke (1777-1849). Views of Spain. London: John Murray, 1824. 4υo (287 x 229 mm). Title vignette on India-proof paper, 60 lithographed plates by Harding, Hullmandel and Westall after the author. 19th-century green morocco elaborartely gilt (spine evenly faded to brown). Provenance: Bindon Blood (bookplate and pencil note dated 7. Nov. 1927 on title). FIRST EDITION. An unusually fine, unfoxed copy of this outstanding early example of lithography. Abbey Travel 147.

          Christie's
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848)
          Sep. 22, 2005

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848)

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          'Views of India' including: The Hospital Gate, Monghyr Fort; Carved gateway to Tomb of Kasim Sooleemanee, Chunarghur; Sepoy guardhouse in the Castle at Chunar, on the river Ganges; A tomb near Chunar, built by Kasim Sooleemanee; Insulated rocks, Colgong, River Ganges; The tomb of the son and two grandsons of Kasim Sooleemanee, Chunarghur; Hindu temple, Ramnaghur built by Ghat Singh, Rajah of Benares; Mosque near Ghazipur; and A View of Rajah Ghat Singh's Temple, Ramnaghur inscribed or with inscription as title and dated '25 t h August 1808'; '25 August 1808'; '31 s t: August 1808.'; '1/August...' and '13 t h August...' pencil and watercolour, one with pen and ink and watercolour, three grey or brown wash, four watermark Britannia, four watermark 'S WISE & PATCH/1806' unframed 7 5/8 x 12 in. (19.4 x 30.5 cm.); and smaller (9)

          Christie's
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848)
          Sep. 22, 2005

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848)

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          'Views of India' including; Buildings near Kadjipur; Patna Gate, Monghyr Fort; Government house, Barrackpur; and The Chalees Setoon, Ghazipur inscribed or with inscription as title and dated '23 d. July 1808.'; '12 t h August 1808.' (on the original mount, overmounted) pencil and watercolour, one with pen and grey ink and watercolour, three grey or brown wash drawings, three watermark Britannia, one watermark 'S WISE & PATCH/1806' pencil and watercolour, one with pen and grey ink and watercolour, three grey or brown wash drawings, two watermark Britannia, one watermark 'S WISE & PATCH/1806' unframed 7 1/2 x 12 1/4 in. (19 x 31.1 cm.); and smaller (4)

          Christie's
        • Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848)
          Sep. 22, 2005

          Edward Hawke Locker (1777-1848)

          Est: £1,500 - £2,000

          'Views of India' Chunarghur; Gouree Shemhee Parbuttee, Bykontpour, Patna; Hindu temple at the entrance of Nullah, leading to the Secrole, Benares; and Motijarna or Shower of Pearls, Sakrigali, Rajmahal Hills on the Ganges inscribed or with inscription as title and dated '23d July 1808.'; '29th August, 1808.' '2nd August 1808.' and '19th August 1808' pencil and watercolour, one with pen and ink, two watermark Britannia, one watermark 'S WISE & PATCH/1806' unframed 9 1/4 x 13 7/8in. (23.5 x 35.2cm.) and smaller (4)

          Christie's
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