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copperplate engraver, b. 1748 - d. 1804

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    • Attributed to Thomas Malton the Younger (London 1748-1804) The Henry VII Chapel from Old Palace Yard, Westminster
      Dec. 08, 2021

      Attributed to Thomas Malton the Younger (London 1748-1804) The Henry VII Chapel from Old Palace Yard, Westminster

      Est: £4,000 - £6,000

      Attributed to Thomas Malton the Younger (London 1748-1804) The Henry VII Chapel from Old Palace Yard, Westminster pencil and watercolour on laid paper 34.5 x 48.8cm (13 9/16 x 19 3/16in). For further information on this lot please visit the Bonhams website

      Bonhams
    • AFTER THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804) Views of London (from the set) Six coloured aquatints, 33 x 25cm
      Oct. 12, 2020

      AFTER THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804) Views of London (from the set) Six coloured aquatints, 33 x 25cm

      Est: €300 - €500

      AFTER THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804) Views of London (from the set) Six coloured aquatints, 33 x 25cm

      Adam's
    • (2) 19th c. English hand colored engravings
      Jan. 26, 2020

      (2) 19th c. English hand colored engravings

      Est: $200 - $300

      Two late 19th century English hand-colored engravings, the first titled 'Hatfield Hall, in Yorkshire, the Seat of John Hatfield Kaye,' printed 'W. Watts, Sculp.' (engraver) at lower right, after the original drawing by Thomas Malton, the Younger (English, 1748-1804), 6"h x 8"w sight of sheet, overall dimensions including frame 10"h x 12"w x 1"d, the second titled 'Levins Hall, Westmorland, The Seat of the Hon. Col. Fulke-Creville Howard' printed 'M.J. Starling' (engraver) at lower left, after the original drawing by Thomas Allom (English, 1804-1872), 4.5"h x 6.5"w sight of sheet, overall dimensions including frame 9"h x 11"w x 1"d.

      Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.
    • (2) 19th c. English hand colored engravings
      Oct. 27, 2019

      (2) 19th c. English hand colored engravings

      Est: $200 - $300

      Two late 19th century English hand-colored engravings, the first titled 'Hatfield Hall, in Yorkshire, the Seat of John Hatfield Kaye,' printed 'W. Watts, Sculp.' (engraver) at lower right, after the original drawing by Thomas Malton, the Younger (English, 1748-1804), 6"h x 8"w sight of sheet, overall dimensions including frame 10"h x 12"w x 1"d, the second titled 'Levins Hall, Westmorland, The Seat of the Hon. Col. Fulke-Creville Howard' printed 'M.J. Starling' (engraver) at lower left, after the original drawing by Thomas Allom (English, 1804-1872), 4.5"h x 6.5"w sight of sheet, overall dimensions including frame 9"h x 11"w x 1"d.

      Great Gatsby's Auction Gallery, Inc.
    • THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804): VIEW OF BATH ABBEY, SOMERSET, FROM THE SOUTH EAST
      Apr. 30, 2016

      THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804): VIEW OF BATH ABBEY, SOMERSET, FROM THE SOUTH EAST

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804): VIEW OF BATH ABBEY, SOMERSET, FROM THE SOUTH EAST Mixed media with watercolor on paper laid down on a mount, unsigned. 17 1/4 x 23 1/4 in. (overall with mount), 20 x 26 in. (frame). Note: Malton issued an aquatint of this image with a slightly different composition in 1784. Provenance: Sold Sotheby's, London, March 15, 1990, Lot 1. Property from the Estate of Paula Peyraud

      STAIR
    • Thomas Malton (1748-1804) - St Paul's Cathedral; North West View of St Paul's,
      Aug. 28, 2014

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804) - St Paul's Cathedral; North West View of St Paul's,

      Est: £200 - £300

      interior and exterior views, two original hand-coloured aquatints, 1801, each c.280 x 390mm. (11 x 15 1/4 in); with 2 further London views by Malton, Westminster Bridge , and The East India House , each c.255 x 330mm. (10 x 13 in); also with View of the Vauxhall Iron Bridge , 1816, Laurie & Whittle, 285 x 445mm. (11 1/4 x 17 1/2 in) (5)

      Dreweatts 1759
    • Sir William Nicholson NEAC RP, British 1872-1949-
      Jul. 19, 2014

      Sir William Nicholson NEAC RP, British 1872-1949-

      Est: £60 - £80

      Sir William Nicholson NEAC RP, British 1872-1949- ''The Library, Christchurch'', publ Nov 1905 Trafford Gallery; lithograph printed in colours, signed in pencil, 28x36cm: Thomas Malton, British 1748-1804- ''The Sessions House for the County of Middlesex'', publ Nov 30 1799 T Malton; hand-coloured engraving; 26.5x33cm: Samuel William Reynolds, British 1773-1835- ''To-Night'' after A L Egg, publ Ackermann & Co; hand-coloured mezzotint, 43x35.5cm: together with a small quantity of other engravings by and after various hands, (a lot)

      Roseberys
    • Sir William Nicholson, British 1872-1949- ''The
      Apr. 12, 2014

      Sir William Nicholson, British 1872-1949- ''The

      Est: £100 - £150

      Sir William Nicholson, British 1872-1949- ''The Library, Christchurch'', publ. Nov 1905 Trafford Gallery; lithograph printed in colours, signed in pencil, 28x36cm: Thomas Malton, British 1748-1804- ''The Sessions House for the County of Middlesex'', publ. Nov 30 1799 T Malton; hand-coloured engraving; 26.5x33cm: Samuel William Reynolds, British 1773-1835- ''To-Night'' after A L Egg, publ. Ackermann & Co; hand-coloured mezzotint, 43x35.5cm: together with a small quantity of other engravings by and after various hands, (a lot)

      Roseberys
    • Thomas Malton, British 1748-1804- "St George's,
      Mar. 19, 2014

      Thomas Malton, British 1748-1804- "St George's,

      Est: £200 - £300

      Thomas Malton, British 1748-1804- "St George's, Bloomsbury", "St. Dunstans, Fleet Street", "The Great Court of Greenwich Hospital", "Somerset Terrace" and "The Mews", publ. T. Malton, 1796-1799; hand-coloured aquatints, 35x24.5cm, 26x32cm, 26x32.5cm, 33.5x22.5cm, 35x24.5cm respectively, (5)

      Roseberys
    • Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804) - Queens Square at Bath,
      Feb. 12, 2014

      Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804) - Queens Square at Bath,

      Est: £300 - £500

      Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804) - Queens Square at Bath, etching and aquatint, with touches of grey wash and pen and black ink, on laid paper with indistinct watermark, circa 1784, published by the artist, 360 x 490 mm. (14 x 19 1/4 in).

      Dreweatts 1759
    • Thomas Malton (1748-1804) Melbourne House,
      Oct. 17, 2013

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804) Melbourne House,

      Est: £150 - £200

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804) Melbourne House, White-Hall, original hand-coloured aquatint, 1797, 260 x 330mm. (10 1/4 x 13 in).

      Dreweatts 1759
    • Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804) Perspective
      Oct. 17, 2013

      Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804) Perspective

      Est: £800 - £1,200

      Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804) Perspective View of the Design for A Cast Iron Bridge ..., [in] place of the Present London Bridge, engraving with colour aquatint, drawn and aquatinted by Malton, engraved by Lowry, 1801, published by Ackermann, 640 x 1250mm. (25 1/8 x 49 1/4 in). In 1799 a competition was held in order to decide on a replacement design for the old London Bridge; at this point the bridge was over 600 years old. The current work illustrates Thomas Telford's (1757-1834) proposal, which was for a single iron arch to cover the entire 180m section. It was rejected as unfeasible and impractical. John Rennie's (1761-1821) design went on to win the competition.

      Dreweatts 1759
    • Circle of Thomas Malton (London 1748-1804)
      Dec. 06, 2012

      Circle of Thomas Malton (London 1748-1804)

      Est: £1,000 - £1,500

      Circle of Thomas Malton (London 1748-1804) A scene from the Commedia del'Arte pencil and watercolour, on the artist's original mount, unframed 15¾ x 12½ in. (40 x 31.8 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Malton, British 1748-1804- 'Old Palace
      Jul. 21, 2012

      Thomas Malton, British 1748-1804- 'Old Palace

      Est: £100 - £200

      Thomas Malton, British 1748-1804- 'Old Palace Yard', 'Northumberland House', 'Uxbridge House', 'Deans Yard', 'St. George's Bloomsbury', 'Old Palace Yard', from A Picturesque Tour through London, publ. c.1799-1801; hand coloured aquatints, five, in matching frames, respectively 24.7x32cm, 33.2x25cm, 35.5x26.5cm, 25x33cm, 34x25.5cm, (5)

      Roseberys
    • Circle of Thomas Malton (London 1748-1804)
      Jul. 10, 2012

      Circle of Thomas Malton (London 1748-1804)

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      Circle of Thomas Malton (London 1748-1804) A scene from the Commedia del'arte pencil, pen and grey ink and watercolour, on the artist's original mount, on paper, unframed 15¾ x 12½ in. (40 x 31.8 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Malton (Thomas). MaltonÕs Oxford, 4 original
      Mar. 07, 2012

      Malton (Thomas). MaltonÕs Oxford, 4 original

      Est: £3,000 - £5,000

      Malton (Thomas). MaltonÕs Oxford, 4 original parts, pub. T. Bensley for T. Malton, March 1802-January 1804, 24 fine hand-coloured aquatint plates, tissue guard to each, some light marginal spots, original wrappers, paper labels to upper wrappers, a few stains, contained in modern cloth, folio. Thomas Malton Òthe youngerÓ (1748-1804) had published A Picturesque Tour Through the Cities of London and Westminster in 1792, using the new medium of aquatint. He was engaged on Views of Oxford, completing the fourth part, when he died in 1804, leaving six etched plates intended for a fifth part, these along with the original 24 aquatints above appearing together in the 1810 reprint. Abbey Scenery 272. (4) Please Note: A buyer's premium of 19.5% of the hammer price is payable by the buyer of this lot.

      Dominic Winter Auctions
    • THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804), 'Spencer House', hand
      Dec. 18, 2011

      THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804), 'Spencer House', hand

      Est: £40 - £60

      THOMAS MALTON (1748-1804), 'Spencer House', hand coloured aquatint published 1800; also AJ Finberg (1866-1939), 'Continental Town', etching, signed in plate; also two further topographical prints, all framed, the largest 26cm x 33cm. (4)

      Lots Road Auctions
    • THOMAS MALTON
      Jul. 07, 2011

      THOMAS MALTON

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      LONDON 1726-1808 DUBLIN ST. STEPHEN'S WALBROOK CHURCH, LONDON Watercolour over pencil, heightened with scratching out, unframed    646 by 447 mm

      Sotheby's
    • Thomas Malton II 1748-1804- "The Town Hall at
      Dec. 07, 2010

      Thomas Malton II 1748-1804- "The Town Hall at

      Est: £300 - £500

      Thomas Malton II 1748-1804- "The Town Hall at Bath", "The New Parade Bath" "The New Bridge Bath" "The New Rooms Bath", publ by T Malton and J Gandon 1779; aquatints printed in speia, 32.5x47cm., ea., (4)

      Roseberys
    • Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804)
      Nov. 10, 2010

      Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804)

      Est: £600 - £800

      Thomas Malton the Younger (1748-1804) Elegant figures taking a stroll in the grounds of a country estate pen and black and grey ink and watercolour, unframed 9¼ x 15¼ in. (23.5 x 38.7 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Malton (1748-1804)
      Sep. 29, 2010

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804)

      Est: £500 - £700

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804) St Paul's from Cheapside; North West view of St Paul's; West Front of St Paul's; The North Front of St Pauls; Black Friars Bridge; The Tower; Somerset Place; London Bridge; and The Custom House handcoloured aquatints, published by T. Malton, London, 1797, 1798 and 1799 S. 10½ x 13in. (26.5 x 33cm.) with 3 handcoloured aquatints of The Hall and Staircase at the British Museum; British Institution, Pall Mall; and Trinity House, from Microcosm of London (12)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Malton (British, 1748-1804) The East India House Aquatint, with hand colouring, published by the artist, 30th November, 1799; 260 x 305mm (10 1/4 x 12in)(SH); with two other aquatints, "View of Queen Hithe and St Pauls" by Birnie after Barker
      Jan. 20, 2010

      Thomas Malton (British, 1748-1804) The East India House Aquatint, with hand colouring, published by the artist, 30th November, 1799; 260 x 305mm (10 1/4 x 12in)(SH); with two other aquatints, "View of Queen Hithe and St Pauls" by Birnie after Barker

      Est: £200 - £300

      The East India House Aquatint, with hand colouring, published by the artist, 30th November, 1799; 260 x 305mm (10 1/4 x 12in)(SH); with two other aquatints, "View of Queen Hithe and St Pauls" by Birnie after Barker and "Old Palace Yard". (3)

      Bonhams
    • Attributed to Thomas Malton (British, 1748-1804) Blackfriars Bridge and with St Pauls beyond
      Sep. 23, 2008

      Attributed to Thomas Malton (British, 1748-1804) Blackfriars Bridge and with St Pauls beyond

      Est: £700 - £900

      Blackfriars Bridge and with St Pauls beyond pen and ink and watercolour over pencil 30 x 42cm (11 13/16 x 16 9/16in).

      Bonhams
    • Melbourne House, Whitehall, London
      Oct. 03, 2007

      Melbourne House, Whitehall, London

      Est: £200 - £400

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804) Melbourne House, Whitehall, London watercolour, on etched outline 8½ x 12 in. (21.6 x 30.5 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Malton (1748-1804)
      Nov. 02, 2006

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804)

      Est: £300 - £400

      The Mansion House handcoloured aquatint, published by T. Malton, London, 1783 S. 14 x 19in. (35.5 x 48.2cm.) with 4 handcoloured lithographed views of London by Thomas Shotter Boys (5)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Malton, Jun. (1748-1804)
      Nov. 17, 2005

      Thomas Malton, Jun. (1748-1804)

      Est: £7,000 - £10,000

      The Banqueting House and the Privy Garden, Whitehall, London pencil, pen and grey ink and watercolour, on the artist's washline mount 12 7/8 x 18 7/8 in. (32.8 x 48 cm.)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Malton (1748-1804)
      Oct. 05, 2005

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804)

      Est: £500 - £700

      A collection of views from A Picturesque tour through London handcoloured aquatints, published by T. Malton, London, 1792-1801 S. 15 3/4 x 11 1/2 in. (40 x 29.2cm.) (17)

      Christie's
    • THOMAS MALTON JNR 1748-1804 A PAIR OF VIEWS OF THE ROTUNDA, RANELAGH GARDENS, CHELSEA
      Jun. 30, 2005

      THOMAS MALTON JNR 1748-1804 A PAIR OF VIEWS OF THE ROTUNDA, RANELAGH GARDENS, CHELSEA

      Est: £2,000 - £3,000

      two, pen and black ink and watercolour over pencil on laid paper Quantity: 2 CATALOGUE NOTE In 1741 Ranelagh House and Gardens, once home to Lord Ranelagh, Paymaster General to the Forces, were bought by a syndicate led by Mr Lacy, patentee of Drury Lane Theatre and Sir Thomas Robinson, M.P., and the following year they were opened as pleasure gardens. The highlight was a large rococo rotunda built by William Jones, a Surveyor to the East India Company, into which people were admitted for 12d. As seen in the present watercolours, the Rotunda was a large building measuring 150ft in diameter and it was heated in the winter by a large fireplace in the centre. Around the outside were booths where visitors could relax, drink tea and listen to the concerts which frequently took place. The Rotunda attracted the most illustrious musicians and Mozart once played there. Ranelagh Gardens were an immediate success and Horace Walpole wrote soon after they opened 'It has totally beat Vauxhall...You can't set your foot without treading on a Prince, or Duke of Cumberland.' In 1803, the rotunda was used for the last time and two years later it was demolished. The grounds are now part of Chelsea Hospital Gardens.

      Sotheby's
    • Thomas Malton, Jun. (1748-1804)
      May. 19, 2005

      Thomas Malton, Jun. (1748-1804)

      Est: £1,500 - £2,500

      The Entrance to Spring Gardens looking towards the Phoenix Fire-Engine-House, Old Cockspur Street, circa 1790 pencil, pen and grey ink and watercolour 19 x 14 1/4 in. (48.2 x 36.2)

      Christie's
    • Thomas Malton Jnr. (British, 1748-1804)
      Nov. 09, 2004

      Thomas Malton Jnr. (British, 1748-1804)

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      The Market Place, Beverley, East Yorkshire watercolour and pen and ink 37.5 x 53 cm. (14 3/4 x 21 in.)

      Bonhams
    • Thomas Malton Jnr. (British, 1748-1804)
      Nov. 09, 2004

      Thomas Malton Jnr. (British, 1748-1804)

      Est: £10,000 - £15,000

      The Market Place, Hull watercolour and pen and ink 37 x 52 cm. (14 1/2 x 20 1/2 in.)

      Bonhams
    • Thomas Malton (1748-1804)
      May. 08, 2003

      Thomas Malton (1748-1804)

      Est: $1,288 - $1,932

      The Town Hall at Bath; The North Parade at Bath; The New Rooms at Bath; and The New Bridge at Bath aquatints printed in sepia, published by T. Malton and J. Gandon, 1779 S. 171/4 x 241/2in. (43.8 x 62.2cm.) (4).

      Christie's
    • Thomas Malton Jnr. (1748-1804) "St. Paul's Cathedral" inscribed on the mount, also inscribed on an
      Feb. 04, 2003

      Thomas Malton Jnr. (1748-1804) "St. Paul's Cathedral" inscribed on the mount, also inscribed on an

      Est: $1,641 - $2,461

      old label verso, pencil and watercolour heightened with white. 31 x 23cm Footnote: Inscribed on a label as being the work of Thomas Malton Jnr., being the original watercolour for Plate 51 in his picturesque tour through London and Westminster of 1792.

      Bonhams
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