Loading Spinner

Henry Papprill Sold at Auction Prices

Aquatintastecher, Aquatintaradierer

See Artist Details

0 Lots

Sort By:

Categories

        Auction Date

        Seller

        Seller Location

        Price Range

        to
        • Maritime Interest - by Henry Papprill, after Samuel Walters (1811-1882), a pair, Outward Bound, Off the Rock, Fort and Lighthouse, Liverpool and Homeward Bound, Passing the Light-Ship, Liverpool, engr
          Mar. 20, 2024

          Maritime Interest - by Henry Papprill, after Samuel Walters (1811-1882), a pair, Outward Bound, Off the Rock, Fort and Lighthouse, Liverpool and Homeward Bound, Passing the Light-Ship, Liverpool, engr

          Est: £30 - £50

          Maritime Interest - by Henry Papprill, after Samuel Walters (1811-1882), a pair, Outward Bound, Off the Rock, Fort and Lighthouse, Liverpool and Homeward Bound, Passing the Light-Ship, Liverpool, engravings, 23cm x 30cm, The Boydell Galleries, Liverpool, paper label to verso

          Bamfords Auctioneers and Valuers Ltd
        • Henry A. Papprill After John William Hill,1849, New York from St Pauls Steeple RARE Hand-colored aquatint on paper LARGE FOLIO 36" APPROX
          Sep. 29, 2023

          Henry A. Papprill After John William Hill,1849, New York from St Pauls Steeple RARE Hand-colored aquatint on paper LARGE FOLIO 36" APPROX

          Est: $500 - $5,000

          New York from the Steeple of St. Paul's Church, Looking East, South, and West Etcher Henry A. Papprill British After John William Hill American, born England Publisher Henry J. Megarey American This rarely available work is in the collections of many major museums including the metropolitan museum of new york This panorama captures a bustling lower Manhattan in 1849. Taken from the tower of St. Paul's Chapel on Broadway, just below City Hall Park, the view includes P. T. Barnum's famous museum at lower left, which stood at the junction of Broadway, Park Row and Ann Street from 1841 to 1865. Horse-drawn omnibuses and pedestrians crowd the street below and a rooftop sign at right identifies Mathew Brady's Daguerrean Miniature Gallery, where New Yorkers had their photographs taken. Above the projecting roof, Fulton Street recedes towards the East River and, at right, Broadway moves south past the towered Main Post Office facing Nassau Street; Trinity Church at Wall Street; its spire, completed in 1846, would remain the city's tallest structure until 1890.

          Collective Hudson, LLC
        • HENRY PAPPRILL Steam Frigate Lithograph
          Jun. 16, 2021

          HENRY PAPPRILL Steam Frigate Lithograph

          Est: $100 - $300

          HENRY PAPPRILL Steam Frigate Lithograph, inscriptions read ‘Knell Pinx it’, ‘This view of her majesty’s steam frigate Cyclops, off Spithead under Admiralty Office’, and ‘R Papprill Sculpt’, label to reverse reads ‘Borghese’, subject boats on water, measures 26 1/4 x 33 3/8 inches, silver painted wooden frame, surface wear and losses to frame, professionally framed, not examined out of frame, Property of Palm Beach gallery, Henry Papprill, lithograph, artwork, art print, print, boat, ship, seascape, wall art, home decor. 11 Henry A. Papprill was a British engraver. Noted as an aquatint engraver from 1840. His plates were published from 1840 till 1883 mainly by Ackermann of the Strand. Papprill was born in Holborn, London. Lived for much of his life at Wharton Street, Lloyd Square, London. Wikipedia

          The Benefit Shop Foundation Inc.
        • HENRY PAPPRILL AQUATINT ENGRAVING OF NEW YORK
          May. 09, 2019

          HENRY PAPPRILL AQUATINT ENGRAVING OF NEW YORK

          Est: $20 - $60

          Aquatint engraving by Henry Papprill after a sketch by F. Catherwood Esq. Papprill was a 19th century British engraver whose subjects mainly included major cities. Titled "New York - Taken from the north west angle of Fort Columbus Governor's Island" Mounted in patinaed silver frame. Measures 32.5 inches by 23 inches sight and 34.5 inches and 23.5 inches framed. Print has water stain at bottom right but is in good condition otherwise.

          Affiliated Auctions & Realty LLC
        • Two Henry Papprill Engravings of Walters
          Jan. 13, 2019

          Two Henry Papprill Engravings of Walters

          Est: $200 - $500

          Two circa 1840 Henry A. Papprill engravings of Samuel Walters paintings, including 'Homeward Bound', 'Passing the Light Ship Liverpool' and 'Outward Bound', 'Off the Rock Fort and Lighthouse - Liverpool'. 12" x 13 3/4" plate size, in frames 21 1/2" x 22 7/8".

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Two Henry Papprill Engravings of Walters
          Jun. 03, 2018

          Two Henry Papprill Engravings of Walters

          Est: $300 - $500

          Two circa 1840 Henry A. Papprill engravings of Samuel Walters paintings, including 'Homeward Bound', 'Passing the Light Ship Liverpool' and 'Outward Bound', 'Off the Rock Fort and Lighthouse - Liverpool'. 12" x 13 3/4" plate size, in frames 21 1/2" x 22 7/8".

          Kaminski Auctions
        • Two Antique Prints (19th/20th Century)
          Apr. 23, 2016

          Two Antique Prints (19th/20th Century)

          Est: $80 - $120

          New-York, Taken from the North West Angle of Fort Columbus, Governors Island. From a sketch by F. Catherwood, Esq. Eng. by Henry Papprill. Printed in colors. Published by Henry I. Megarey, New York. Aquatint and engraving, 1846. Image size 16.7 x 26.6 inches. Sir Francis of Salem. Lithograph. 20th Century. Larger overall size 35 x 28 inches. Notice to bidders: Condition reports and additional photographs are provided by request as a courtesy to our clients, as such any condition report is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, restoration, wear and tear, or the effects of aging. Capo Auction shall have no responsibility for any error or omission, additionally all lots are sold 'As Is' and in accordance with the conditions of sale.

          Capo Auction
        • Two Antique Prints (19th/20th Century)
          Mar. 26, 2016

          Two Antique Prints (19th/20th Century)

          Est: $150 - $250

          New-York, Taken from the North West Angle of Fort Columbus, Governors Island. From a sketch by F. Catherwood, Esq. Eng. by Henry Papprill. Printed in colors. Published by Henry I. Megarey, New York. Aquatint and engraving, 1846. Image size 16.7 x 26.6. Sir Francis of Salem. Lithograph. 20th Century. Larger overall size 35 x 28 inches. Notice to bidders: Condition reports and additional photographs are provided by request as a courtesy to our clients, as such any condition report is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, restoration, wear and tear, or the effects of aging. Capo Auction shall have no responsibility for any error or omission, additionally all lots are sold 'As Is' and in accordance with the conditions of sale.

          Capo Auction
        • Papprill, "View of the Steamship President," Engraving
          Oct. 25, 2015

          Papprill, "View of the Steamship President," Engraving

          Est: $300 - $500

          H. Papprill, "View of the Steamship President," colored engraving, published 1840 by Ackermann; 15" h x 22 3/4" w (view), 28" h x 35" w (frame). Provenance: From a Massachusetts estate.

          Kaminski Auctions
        • New-York, taken from the North West angle of Fort Columbus
          Jun. 13, 2015

          New-York, taken from the North West angle of Fort Columbus

          Est: $4,000 - $5,000

          Frederick Catherwood (engraved by Henry Papprill). Hand-colored aquatint engraving. New York: Ackermann & Co, 1846. 22 5/8 x 31 3/8 inches, 31 1/2 x 40 1/2 inches framed. An attractive view of lower Manhattan from Governor's Island.

          Arader Galleries
        • 19th c. Print "New-York
          Jan. 01, 2015

          19th c. Print "New-York

          Est: $200 - $300

          19th c. print "New-York Taken From The North West angle of Fort Columbus Governors Island", "engraved by Henry Papprill, From a sketch by F. Catherwood, Esq.". Sight 22 1/4" x 31".

          Copake Auction Inc.
        • H.Papprill after Knell,
          Apr. 03, 2014

          H.Papprill after Knell,

          Est: £100 - £200

          H.Papprill after Knell, View of the The Steam Ship President coloured aquatint published Ackermann 1840, 48 x 66cm (overall; modern frame)

          Cheffins
        • Ship Battle Scene by Henry Papprill
          Aug. 13, 2010

          Ship Battle Scene by Henry Papprill

          Est: $200 - $400

          Henry Papprill (British, 19th century), engraving titled H.M. War Steam Frigate the Terrible, of 1847 Tons and 800 Horse Power, published August 1856 by Ackermann & Co., London; 15.25 x 23 in.

          Cowan's Auctions
        • HENRY A. PAPPRILL, FOUR COLORED ENGRAVINGS (New
          Mar. 30, 2010

          HENRY A. PAPPRILL, FOUR COLORED ENGRAVINGS (New

          Est: $100 - $150

          HENRY A. PAPPRILL, FOUR COLORED ENGRAVINGS (New York, N.Y. active in the 1850's) titled "Fores's Stable Scenes". Dated at London, 1875. Each 8" by 12" in matching hardwood frames.

          O'Gallerie
        Lots Per Page: