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Water colorist, b. 1769 - d. 1832

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        • Augustus Charles Pugin Etching Waterloo Place
          Feb. 25, 2023

          Augustus Charles Pugin Etching Waterloo Place

          Est: $50 - $15,000

          Augustus Charles Pugin Etching with aquatint - Waterloo Place, Carlton House, London. Lettered below on the lower left corner: Augt. Pugin delt.; on the lower right corner: T. Sutherland Aquat. Frame Measures 15.5 x 21 inches. Platemark 32.4 x 42.4 cm

          Kavanagh Auctions
        • 19th c. English Engraving WATCH HOUSE, ST. MARY LE BONE
          Dec. 10, 2022

          19th c. English Engraving WATCH HOUSE, ST. MARY LE BONE

          Est: $250 - $350

          19th c. English Engraving WATCH HOUSE, ST. MARY LE BONE after Thomas Rowlandson (British, 1756–1827) and Augustus Charles Pugin (French, active Great Britain, ca. 1762–1832), 1809 | Published: London: R. Ackermann, 1809 - "London pub. Sept 1st 1809 - R. Ackerman's Repository of Arts 101 Strand" | Etched / Aquatint by John Bluck (British, 1791–1832) | Plate 91: Interior view; watchmen assembling for their nocturnal rounds, wearing heavy brown coats, black caps, holding lanterns; illustration to the 'Microcosm of London' 1809 in Ackermann's Repository of Arts, an illustrated British periodical | Professionally matted and framed under glass | Approx. Dimensions: 17.5" W x 16" H | References: Adams 1983 / London Illustrated 1604-1850: a survey and index of topographical books and their plates; Abbey Scenery / Scenery of Great Britain & Ireland in Aquatint & Lithography from the Library of J.R.Abbey. Approx.Dimensions: 17.5" W x 16" H. Artist or Maker: Thomas Rowlandson (British, 1756–1827) and Augustus Charles Pugin (French, active Great Britain, ca. 1762–1832). Medium: Etching / Aquatint. Date: 1809 Literature: Adams 1983 / London Illustrated 1604-1850: a survey and index of topographical books and their plates; Abbey Scenery / Scenery of Great Britain & Ireland in Aquatint & Lithography from the Library of J.R.Abbey. Notes: Rudolph Ackermann (20 April 1764 in Schneeberg, Electorate of Saxony – 30 March 1834 in Finchley, London) was an Anglo-German bookseller, inventor, lithographer, publisher and businessman. Ackermann's Repository of Arts was an illustrated British periodical published from 1809 to 1829 by Rudolph Ackermann. Although commonly called Ackermann's Repository, or, simply Ackermann's, the formal title of the journal was Repository of arts, literature, commerce, manufactures, fashions, and politics, and it did indeed cover all of these fields. In its day, it had great influence on English taste in fashion, architecture, and literature.

          Worthington Galleries
        • Augustus Charles Pugin, Progetto per Saint Pierre a Neuilly Sur Seine.
          Jun. 10, 2022

          Augustus Charles Pugin, Progetto per Saint Pierre a Neuilly Sur Seine.

          Est: €200 - €400

          Acquerello, matita, penna e inchiostro di china su carta. mm 484x357. Firmato in basso a destra e in basso a sinistra timbro de "Piazza Editore". Schizzo e iscrizioni al verso. (1)

          Gonnelli Casa d'Aste
        • Augustus Charles Pugin, French / British 1762-1832- Leicester Square; pencil, pen and brown in
          Mar. 22, 2022

          Augustus Charles Pugin, French / British 1762-1832- Leicester Square; pencil, pen and brown in

          Est: £250 - £400

          Augustus Charles Pugin, French / British 1762-1832- Leicester Square; pencil, pen and brown ink and watercolour on paper, signed, inscribed and dated 'Pugin 1817 Leicester Square' (lower left), 20.5 x 34.5 cm. Provenance: Private Collection, UK. Note: Augustus Charles Pugin was the father of the better known Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin (1812-1852). Born in France, little is known of his early life but he probably came to England in around 1792 where he entered the Royal Academy Schools and subsequently worked as an architectural draughtsman for John Nash (1752-1835), who was at that time based in Wales. He moved to London with Nash in 1796 and steadily became an expert on Gothic architecture and architectural drawing. The Art Institute of Chicago houses many of his drawings and watercolours Please refer to department for condition report

          Roseberys
        • Pugin, Augustus Charles (1762 - 1832, nach) - "High Street. Looking West", Aquatintatafel auf Papier
          Mar. 19, 2022

          Pugin, Augustus Charles (1762 - 1832, nach) - "High Street. Looking West", Aquatintatafel auf Papier

          Est: €50 - €150

          Pugin, Augustus Charles (1762 - 1832, nach) - "High Street. Looking West", Aquatintatafel auf Papier, aus Ackermann's "History of Oxford", London 1814, J. Bluck nach Aquarell von A.Pugin, Darstellungsmaße ca.21x27,6cm, mit PP unter Glas gerahmt, Gesamtmaße ca.37,5x41,5cm

          Auktionshaus Blank
        • CHARMANTE PETITE AQUARELLE " VUE DE LEICESTER SQUARE, LONDRES" DE Augustus Charles PUGIN (1769-1832)
          Apr. 25, 2021

          CHARMANTE PETITE AQUARELLE " VUE DE LEICESTER SQUARE, LONDRES" DE Augustus Charles PUGIN (1769-1832)

          Est: €200 - €300

          CHARMANTE PETITE AQUARELLE " VUE DE LEICESTER SQUARE, LONDRES" DE Augustus Charles PUGIN (1769-1832) Dessin aquarellé et rehauts de gouache signé et daté 1811 au milieu à gauche dans un élément d'architecture. A vue : 14,5 x 21,5 cm Augustus Charles Pugin, né à Paris en 1762 ou 1769 et mort à Bloomsbury le 19 décembre 1832, est un architecte et dessinateur anglais d'origine franco-suisse. Il est surtout connu pour son œuvre de dessinateur d'architecture. Né en France mais fils d'un Suisse, Auguste Pugin émigra pendant la Révolution en Angleterre, où il fut formé à partir de 1792 à la Royal Academy et auprès du graveur Jacques Mérigot. Il travailla tout d'abord sous les ordres de John Nash, l'architecte préféré du régent, puis il œuvra surtout en tant que dessinateur en illustrant des recueils d'architecture, notamment pour le libraire-éditeur Rudolph Ackermann. Il épousa à Islington une femme de lettres puritaine, Catherine Welby, une parente du baronnet William Welby de Denton (Lincolnshire). Membre honoraire de la Société des antiquaires de Normandie, Pugin contribua à la redécouverte du style gothique et au développement du néogothique, dont son fils, Augustus Welby Northmore Pugin fut l'un des plus grands spécialistes. Parmi les élèves de Pugin père, on retrouve son fils ainsi que les architectes Thomas Amos et Joseph Nash.

          Oise Encheres
        • * Pugin (Augustus Charles de, 1769-1832). Landscape with village in Wales, circa 1800
          Mar. 25, 2021

          * Pugin (Augustus Charles de, 1769-1832). Landscape with village in Wales, circa 1800

          Est: £300 - £500

          * Pugin, Augustus Charles de, 1769-1832. Landscape with village in Wales, circa 1800, pen, ink and brown wash on paper, circa 1800, showing a rustic buildings, river with bridge, trees and hills in the distance, some grey wash to tree and meadow in the foreground, signed A Pugin Senr in pencil to lower margin, 10 x 16.75 cms, framed and glazed, together with: Barret (George, 1732-1784). Study of Moored Fishing Boats, pen, brown ink and brown wash, and pencil on buff laid paper, gilt ruled outer border, antique-style gilt frame, glazed, with Caroline Stroude label to verso, giving the provenance of the work as from the artist's family, sheet size 17 x 28 cm (11 x 6.7 ins), plus two other English drawings: James Holland (1800-1870), Study of a stone bridge over a river, pencil and watercolour heightened with body colour, 12.5 x 17.2 cm (5 x 6.75 ins), framed and glazed, with 20th century typewritten label giving provenance as Professor Isaacs' Collection, purchased Sotheby, 23.1.63, and John Samuel Hayward (1778-1822), Mount Edgcumbe looking from Devil's Point, 1811, brown and grey wash on two sheets of conjoined paper, inscribed 'Mount Edgcumbe looking from Devil's Point. Sepr 1811. JSH', 14.7 x 39 cm (5.75 x 15.3 ins), framed and glazed, with Caroline Stroude label to verso Qty: (4)

          Dominic Winter Auctions
        • Piranesi Clock Design and English Designs (4)
          Oct. 03, 2020

          Piranesi Clock Design and English Designs (4)

          Est: $50 - $75

          G.B. Piranesi (1720-1778), Engraving from Diverse Manieri, Rome, 1769. With Great Library, Cassiobury. Augustus Charles Pugin. London, c. 1837 and 2 18th C. designs. Largest 10 1/2" x 14 1/2".

          Copake Auction Inc.
        • After Augustus Charles Pugin (1769-1832) British. "New London Bridge", Engraving, Unframed, 7.5" x 17", and Three other Engravings by various hands, Four (4).
          Jan. 29, 2020

          After Augustus Charles Pugin (1769-1832) British. "New London Bridge", Engraving, Unframed, 7.5" x 17", and Three other Engravings by various hands, Four (4).

          Est: £60 - £80

          After Augustus Charles Pugin (1769-1832) British. "New London Bridge", Engraving, Unframed, 7.5" x 17", and Three other Engravings by various hands, Four (4).

          John Nicholson's Fine Art Auctioneers & Valuers
        • * Pugin (Augustus Charles, 1769-1832). Scene in Wales, 1804,
          Mar. 08, 2018

          * Pugin (Augustus Charles, 1769-1832). Scene in Wales, 1804,

          Est: £200 - £300

          pen and brown ink on laid paper, captioned with title in pencil, and with artist's name and date of 1804 lower right, 110 x 182 mm (4.3 x 7.2 ins), together with Cattermole (Leonard F.G., active 1869-1886), Horse Frightened by a Dog, pen and brown ink on card (a Grosvenor Gallery private view invitation, for December 31st 1879), signed lower left, plus Selwyn (Rev. J.), Staffle Rocks, fine pen and black ink on paper, circa 1860s, together with other 19th century English drawings and watercolours, including two miniature views of The Grange, Hampshire, seat of Alex Bearing Esqr., and another similar view of Combe House, seat of Beeston Long Esqr., both by Havell, pen and brown ink and wash, etc. - Quantity (21)

          Dominic Winter Auctions
        • ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827); Augustus Charles Pugin (1762-1832). 5 hand coloured engravings by J.C. Stadler from [The Microcosm of London]. R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts [1808-1810]. Including: Water Engine Cold-Bath-Field's Prison.  (Plate 19). Quakers Meeting. (Plate 64). Debating Society (Plate 29). Society of Agriculture (Plate 72). Newgate Chapel (Plate 57). (Light browning, Newgate Chapel plate is trimmed, plates lightly browned). Average Dimensions: 280 x 230mm.  With 14 other hand-coloured plates by John Leech. Average Dimensions: 180 x 130mm.  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (19)
          Nov. 30, 2016

          ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827); Augustus Charles Pugin (1762-1832). 5 hand coloured engravings by J.C. Stadler from [The Microcosm of London]. R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts [1808-1810]. Including: Water Engine Cold-Bath-Field's Prison.  (Plate 19). Quakers Meeting. (Plate 64). Debating Society (Plate 29). Society of Agriculture (Plate 72). Newgate Chapel (Plate 57). (Light browning, Newgate Chapel plate is trimmed, plates lightly browned). Average Dimensions: 280 x 230mm.  With 14 other hand-coloured plates by John Leech. Average Dimensions: 180 x 130mm.  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (19)

          Est: £80 - £120

          ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827); Augustus Charles Pugin (1762-1832). 5 hand coloured engravings by J.C. Stadler from [The Microcosm of London]. R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts [1808-1810]. Including: Water Engine Cold-Bath-Field's Prison.  (Plate 19). Quakers Meeting. (Plate 64). Debating Society (Plate 29). Society of Agriculture (Plate 72). Newgate Chapel (Plate 57). (Light browning, Newgate Chapel plate is trimmed, plates lightly browned). Average Dimensions: 280 x 230mm.  With 14 other hand-coloured plates by John Leech. Average Dimensions: 180 x 130mm.  Framed and glazed. Not examined out of the frames. (19)

          Chiswick Auctions
        • Augustus Charles de Pugin (1762-1832) - The Eel Pie House, Twickenham signed lower left "A Pugin" and inscribed with title and date 18.
          Sep. 08, 2016

          Augustus Charles de Pugin (1762-1832) - The Eel Pie House, Twickenham signed lower left "A Pugin" and inscribed with title and date 18.

          Est: £300 - £500

          Augustus Charles Pugin (French/British, 1762-1832) The Eel Pie House, Twickenham signed lower left "A Pugin" and inscribed with title and date 1803 pencil h:20 w:27 cm

          Cheffins
        • Augustus Charles Pugin (1762-1832)with possible a
          Sep. 15, 2015

          Augustus Charles Pugin (1762-1832)with possible a

          Est: £1,000 - £1,500

          Augustus Charles Pugin (1762-1832)with possible additions by Augustus Welby North Pugin (1812-1852)OFFICE AT STORE STREET, 1821Inscribed verso, pen and ink15 x 22.5cm, unframedThe Pugin family moved to Store Street, Bloomsbury in 1819. This drawing shows the top floor studio/office that was buillt into the roofspace and well-lit by large windows. It was used by A C Pugin and his pupils, including his son, who attended his drawing studio.Exhibited:'A W N Pugin Master of Gothic Revival', 1995, The Bard Graduate Centre for Studies in the Decorative Arts, New York.Literature:Exhibition catalogue for the above, p.241.

          Sworders
        • After Augustus Charles Pugin (1769-1832): Clare Hall
          Apr. 10, 2015

          After Augustus Charles Pugin (1769-1832): Clare Hall

          Est: $100 - $200

          After Augustus Charles Pugin (1769-1832): Clare Hall Engraving with hand-coloring on wove paper, 1814, with margins, published for Ackermann's History of Cambridge, 9 3/4 x 11 3/4 in. (plate), 14 5/8 x 16 3/4 in. (frame); together with five other engravings with hand-coloring on wove paper; 9 3/8 x 11 5/8 in. (sight), 16 1/4 x 18 3/8 in. (frame), four smaller 6 x 8 1/2 in. (sight), 7 1/4 x 9 5/8 in. (frame).

          Stair
        • Attributed to Augustus Charles Pugin
          Nov. 01, 2014

          Attributed to Augustus Charles Pugin

          Est: £120 - £180

          Attributed to Augustus Charles Pugin, British 1769-1832- Interior of a barn; watercolour, 29x45cm Note: the original invoice from Stephen Somerville Ltd, Old Bond Street, London, accompanies this lot.

          Roseberys
        • Attributed to Augustus Charles Pugin, British
          Sep. 09, 2014

          Attributed to Augustus Charles Pugin, British

          Est: £200 - £300

          Attributed to Augustus Charles Pugin, British 1769-1832- Interior of a barn; watercolour, 29x45cm Note: the original invoice from Stephen Somerville Ltd, Old Bond Street, London, accompanies this lot.

          Roseberys
        • AUGUSTUS WELBY NORTHMORE PUGIN (ENGLISH, 1812-1852) AND AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (ENGLISH, 1762-1832) EXAMPLES OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.
          Apr. 05, 2014

          AUGUSTUS WELBY NORTHMORE PUGIN (ENGLISH, 1812-1852) AND AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (ENGLISH, 1762-1832) EXAMPLES OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE.

          Est: $300 - $500

          AUGUSTUS WELBY NORTHMORE PUGIN (ENGLISH, 1812-1852) AND AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (ENGLISH, 1762-1832) EXAMPLES OF GOTHIC ARCHITECTURE. Volumes I, II, and III. Also by T.L. Walker. Published in London by Henry G. Bohn. Printed by James Moyes, London, 1836 and 1838. With architectural engravings. Bound 12.25'' x 9.75''

          SUSANIN'S
        • Thomas Rowlandson, British 1756-1827 & Augustus
          Nov. 02, 2013

          Thomas Rowlandson, British 1756-1827 & Augustus

          Est: £60 - £80

          Thomas Rowlandson, British 1756-1827 & Augustus Charles Pugin, French/British 1762-1832- "Christie's Auction Room", publ. Feb 1 1808, R Ackermann; hand coloured etching with aquatint, 23x29cm: together with three other prints on paper and canvas, (4), (part unframed) VAT charged on the hammer price. Please Note: This Lot is Subject to VAT

          Roseberys
        • AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) Session Hous
          Feb. 24, 2013

          AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) Session Hous

          Est: $500 - $700

          AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) Session House, Clerkenwell , June 1, 1809 Engraving by Rowlandson and aquatint by J. Bluck 11 x 9 inches (27.9 x 22.9 cm) The Elton M. Hyder, Jr. Charitable and Educational Fund Collection: Formerly at the University of Texas Law Library.

          Heritage Auctions
        • AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) Doctors Comm
          Feb. 24, 2013

          AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) Doctors Comm

          Est: $500 - $800

          AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) Doctors Commons, August 1, 1808 Engraving and aquatint 9 x 11 inches (22.9 x 27.9 cm) Rowlandson, engraver The Elton M. Hyder, Jr. Charitable and Educational Fund Collection: Formerly at the University of Texas Law Library.

          Heritage Auctions
        • AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) House of Lor
          Feb. 24, 2013

          AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) House of Lor

          Est: $500 - $800

          AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (French, 1762-1832) House of Lords, January 1, 1809 Engraving and aquatint 9 x 10-3/4 inches (22.9 x 27.3 cm) Rowlandson, engraver The Elton M. Hyder, Jr. Charitable and Educational Fund Collection: Formerly at the University of Texas Law Library.

          Heritage Auctions
        • Augustus Charles Pugin (French, circa 1762-1832) 'Pembroke College, Cambridge'
          Nov. 29, 2011

          Augustus Charles Pugin (French, circa 1762-1832) 'Pembroke College, Cambridge'

          Est: £400 - £600

          'Pembroke College, Cambridge' signed 'A Pugin' (lower left), titled 'Pembroke College, Cambridge' (lower centre) and extensively inscribed (lower right) pencil 31 x 21cm (12 3/16 x 8 1/4in).

          Bonhams
        • Augustus Charles Pugin (French, born circa 1762-1832) The South View, the South Porch and an interior view of King's College Chapel, Cambridge, a set of three studies 16.2 x 27cm (6 3/8 x 10 5/8in); 27.5 x 21.3cm (10 13/16 x 8 3/8in) and 26.4 x
          Jun. 21, 2011

          Augustus Charles Pugin (French, born circa 1762-1832) The South View, the South Porch and an interior view of King's College Chapel, Cambridge, a set of three studies 16.2 x 27cm (6 3/8 x 10 5/8in); 27.5 x 21.3cm (10 13/16 x 8 3/8in) and 26.4 x

          Est: £400 - £600

          The South View, the South Porch and an interior view of King's College Chapel, Cambridge, a set of three studies two signed 'A Pugin del' (lower left) and inscribed with titles (lower right and lower centre), pencil 16.2 x 27cm (6 3/8 x 10 5/8in); 27.5 x 21.3cm (10 13/16 x 8 3/8in) and 26.4 x 20.4cm (10 3/8 x 8 1/16in), together with a pencil sketch for a church by Edwin Henry Lutyens (British, 1869-1944), (4).

          Bonhams
        • THREE PRINTS RELATING TO THE ADMIRAL LORD NELSON.
          Apr. 25, 2009

          THREE PRINTS RELATING TO THE ADMIRAL LORD NELSON.

          Est: $600 - $800

          THREE PRINTS RELATING TO THE ADMIRAL LORD NELSON. AFTER AUGUSTUS CHARLES PUGIN (English, 1762-1832). FUNERAL PROCESSION OF THE LATE LORD VISCOUNT NELSON FROM GREENWICH TO WHITEHALL . Engraved by I. Hill, published by James Gundee, 1806. Etching and aquatint with hand-coloring. Framed, sight: 14 3/4 in. x 18 3/4 in. AFTER WILLIAM MARSHALL CRAIG (English, 1765-1834). THE FUNERAL PROCESSION OF LORD VISCOUNT NELSON, JANY. 9TH, 1806. Engraved by J. Godby, published by Edward Orme, 1806. Etching and aquatint with hand-coloring. Framed, sight: 12 1/2 in. x 16 1/2 in. AFTER LEMUEL FRANCIS ABBOTT (English, 1760-1802) ADMIRAL LORD NELSON, K.B. AND THE VICTORY OF THE NILE. Engraved by Piercy Roberts, published by G. Riley, 1799. Engraving with hand-coloring. Framed, sight: 16 1/2 in. x 10 3/4 in.

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