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copperplate engraver, Miniaturist, Illustrator, b. 1812 - d. 1892

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      • Lumb Stocks, Okanagan Sunset, Penticton, BC, hand tinted photograph ca.1940
        Feb. 11, 2024

        Lumb Stocks, Okanagan Sunset, Penticton, BC, hand tinted photograph ca.1940

        Est: $120 - $140

        Photograph at sunset looking down Okanagan Lake toward Summerland and the iconic slumping mountain that is Giants Head Mountain. Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna from England in 1910. In 1915, he returned to England briefly to marry his wife Marion. Together they returned to the Okanagan and had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. One day in Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. He operated a photography and framing shop on Main Street of Penticton for many years. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Lone Pine - Lake Skaha, hand tinted photograph ca.1940
        Feb. 11, 2024

        Lumb Stocks, Lone Pine - Lake Skaha, hand tinted photograph ca.1940

        Est: $150 - $200

        Hand tinted photograph of an iconic tree, called by locals the Lone Pine, that hung above Skaha Lake just below the highway connecting Penticton to OK Falls for decades, but was burned in the late 1980s. Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna from England in 1910. In 1915, he returned to England briefly to marry his wife Marion. Together they returned to the Okanagan and had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. One day in Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. He operated a photography and framing shop on Main Street of Penticton for many years. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • ENGRAVING BY LUMB STOCKS
        Oct. 19, 2023

        ENGRAVING BY LUMB STOCKS

        Est: -

        LUMB STOCKS (Lightcliffe 1812 - Londra 1892) WELLINGTON AND BLUCHER MEETING AFTER THE BATTLE OF WATERLOO Incisione, cm. 51 x 126 Sottotitolata In cornice

        Casa d'Aste Babuino
      • Lumb Stocks, Lone Pine, handtint ca 1960s
        Jan. 29, 2023

        Lumb Stocks, Lone Pine, handtint ca 1960s

        Est: $150 - $200

        Hand tinted photograph of an iconic tree, called by locals the Lone Pine, that hung above Skaha Lake just below the highway connecting Penticton to OK Falls and the coast, for decades, but that was burned by partying teens in the late 1980s. Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna from England in 1910. In 1915, he returned to England briefly to marry his wife Marion. Together they returned to the Okanagan and had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. One day in Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. He operated a photography and framing shop on Main Street of Penticton for many years. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • L. STOCKS (*1812) after LESLIE (*1794), Uncle Toby, Tristram Shandy, around 1860, Steel engraving
        Dec. 10, 2022

        L. STOCKS (*1812) after LESLIE (*1794), Uncle Toby, Tristram Shandy, around 1860, Steel engraving

        Est: €60 - €100

        Lumb Stocks (1812 Lightcliffe - 1892 London) after Charles Robert Leslie (born 1794 ): L'Oncle Toby, Uncle Toby, Illustration zu Laurence Sterns "Tristram Shandy", c. 1860, Steel engraving Technique: Steel engraving on Paper Date: c. 1860 Description: Charles Robert Leslie (1794-1859), painter, Lumb Stocks (1818-1889), engraver, L'Uncle Toby, c. 1860, steel engraving. Published by H. Mandeville Paris. Signed and inscribed. Keywords: Woman, Man, Eye, Card, Tristram Shandy, Laurence Stern, Hobby Horse, 19th century, Romanticism, People, United Kingdom,

        Fichter Kunsthandel
      • Lumb Stocks, Okanagan Lake BC, handtint ca 1960s
        Jul. 17, 2022

        Lumb Stocks, Okanagan Lake BC, handtint ca 1960s

        Est: $150 - $200

        Handtinted photograph taken from the site of the marina below Vancouver Hill, south end of Okanagan Lake, looking north with Giant's Head Mountain of Summerland in the distance. Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna from England in 1910. In 1915, he returned to England briefly to marry his wife Marion. Together they returned to the Okanagan and had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. One day in Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. He operated a photography and framing shop on Main Street of Penticton for many years. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Lake Skaha, handtint ca 1960s
        Jul. 17, 2022

        Lumb Stocks, Lake Skaha, handtint ca 1960s

        Est: $150 - $200

        Hand tinted photograph of Skaha Lake, taken from the hills above the airport, where the newer Skaha Hills subdivision now sits. Titled across the mat, stamped Stocks Penticton BC in the mat. Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna from England in 1910. In 1915, he returned to England briefly to marry his wife Marion. Together they returned to the Okanagan and had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. One day in Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. He operated a photography and framing shop on Main Street of Penticton for many years. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Lone Pine, handtint ca 1960s
        Jul. 17, 2022

        Lumb Stocks, Lone Pine, handtint ca 1960s

        Est: $150 - $200

        Hand tinted photograph of an iconic tree, called by locals the Lone Pine, that hung above Skaha Lake just below the highway connecting Penticton to OK Falls and the coast, for decades, but that was burned by partying teens in the late 1980s. Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna from England in 1910. In 1915, he returned to England briefly to marry his wife Marion. Together they returned to the Okanagan and had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. One day in Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. He operated a photography and framing shop on Main Street of Penticton for many years. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • LUMB STOCKS "Wellington and Blucher meeting after the Battle of Watterloo." LUMB STOCKS "Wellington and Bluch
        Oct. 26, 2021

        LUMB STOCKS "Wellington and Blucher meeting after the Battle of Watterloo." LUMB STOCKS "Wellington and Bluch

        Est: -

        "Wellington and Blucher meeting after the Battle of Watterloo." LUMB STOCKS "Wellington and Blucher meeting after the Battle of Watterloo."

        Arte Subastas Bilbao
      • Lumb Stocks, Autumn Tints, Okanagan Lake, handtinted and signed
        Oct. 17, 2021

        Lumb Stocks, Autumn Tints, Okanagan Lake, handtinted and signed

        Est: $200 - $300

        Signed L Stocks in pencil in the mat (rare to find a pencil signature) of trees tinted to show the dramatic yellow and orange of the incoming autumn. Unusual Okanagan scene. It may be the flats below Lower Bench Road and behind the tennis courts and marina in Penticton.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Lake Skaha, Penticton, BC
        Oct. 17, 2021

        Lumb Stocks, Lake Skaha, Penticton, BC

        Est: $150 - $200

        Rare hand-tinted photo of Skaha Lake, looking towards Okanagan Falls, from the area that is now Skaha Hills.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Reflections, Skaha Lake,Penticton, BC
        Oct. 17, 2021

        Lumb Stocks, Reflections, Skaha Lake,Penticton, BC

        Est: $150 - $200

        Hand tint photo by Lumb Stocks, Penticton, BC. Rare winter scene taken from above Skaha Lake.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • L.STOCKS(1812-1892), The walk to the servant, maid and boy, 19th c., Engraving
        May. 01, 2021

        L.STOCKS(1812-1892), The walk to the servant, maid and boy, 19th c., Engraving

        Est: €50 - €75

        Lumb STOCKS (1812 Lightcliffe - 1892 London), The walk to the manor, maid and boy wandering, steel engraving Inscription: Signed by the artist below the image in the printing plate. Below titled in English, German and French "Going to Service. The Walk to Service. L'Entrée au Service". Description: Mounted on paper After an original by James Inskipp (1790-1868 Godalming). Full-length view of a maid with a boy in simple costume and loaded with a few have walking through a landscape. Keywords: Romanticism, Steel Engraving, Professions, France

        Fichter Kunsthandel
      • Lumb Stocks, Penticton, BC
        Jan. 24, 2021

        Lumb Stocks, Penticton, BC

        Est: $150 - $200

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Butchart Gardens
        Jan. 24, 2021

        Lumb Stocks, Butchart Gardens

        Est: $150 - $200

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Spring time, Lake Skaha
        Jan. 24, 2021

        Lumb Stocks, Spring time, Lake Skaha

        Est: $150 - $200

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Lake Okanagan
        Jan. 24, 2021

        Lumb Stocks, Lake Okanagan

        Est: $250 - $300

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Butchart Gardens
        Dec. 06, 2020

        Lumb Stocks, Butchart Gardens

        Est: $125 - $175

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, RA (1812-1892), after Robert Inerarit…
        May. 29, 2020

        Lumb Stocks, RA (1812-1892), after Robert Inerarit…

        Est: £40 - £60

        Lumb Stocks, RA (1812-1892), after Robert Inerarity Herdman (1829 - 1888), Engraving, The Glee Maiden, An illustration for Sir Walter Scott's The Fair Maid of Perth, of a lady holding a viola, with a dog by her side, Facsimile signature and date 1878 within plate lower left and ascribed and titled under. Approx. 10'' x 6 1/4''

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • Lumb Stocks, RA (1812-1892), after Robert Inerarit…
        Apr. 28, 2020

        Lumb Stocks, RA (1812-1892), after Robert Inerarit…

        Est: £60 - £80

        Lumb Stocks, RA (1812-1892), after Robert Inerarity Herdman (1829 - 1888), Engraving, The Glee Maiden, An illustration for Sir Walter Scott's The Fair Maid of Perth, of a lady holding a viola, with a dog by her side, Facsimile signature and date 1878 within plate lower left and ascribed and titled under. Approx. 10'' x 6 1/4''

        Claydon Auctioneers
      • Lumb Stocks, Penticton, BC
        Apr. 25, 2020

        Lumb Stocks, Penticton, BC

        Est: $125 - $175

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks, Blossom Time - Lake Skaha, Penticton, BC
        Apr. 25, 2020

        Lumb Stocks, Blossom Time - Lake Skaha, Penticton, BC

        Est: $125 - $175

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks (Canadian 1887 - 1947), Lone Pine, Skaha Lake
        Oct. 03, 2019

        Lumb Stocks (Canadian 1887 - 1947), Lone Pine, Skaha Lake

        Est: $125 - $175

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks (Canadian 1887 - 1947), Looking across Okanagan Lake to Rattlesnake Island
        Oct. 03, 2019

        Lumb Stocks (Canadian 1887 - 1947), Looking across Okanagan Lake to Rattlesnake Island

        Est: $125 - $175

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Lumb Stocks (Canadian 1887 - 1947), Okanagan Sunset
        Oct. 03, 2019

        Lumb Stocks (Canadian 1887 - 1947), Okanagan Sunset

        Est: $125 - $175

        Lumb Stocks immigrated to Kelowna in 1910. He traveled back in England in 1915 to marry his wife, Marion. Together they had five children: Peter, Beryl, Jack, Daphne, and David. In Vernon, Stocks purchased a camera from G.H.E. “Huddy” Hudson. Soon Stocks was offered a job by Hudson and he joined his photography studio. He became a partner and took over operations of the firm in 1916 when Hudson returned to England during WWI, renaming the enterprise “Hudson-Stocks & Co.” After deciding to stay permanently in England, Hudson asked Stocks in 1918 to buy out his partnership. Instead Stocks made a purchase from Hudson and his Penticton partner, Ken Chadwick, for the photography firm there and moved his family to the Penticton area. Lumb Stocks’ second son, Jack Stocks, took over the business upon his father’s death in 1947, and maintained the Stocks Photography until his own untimely death in 1979.

        4th Meridian Fine Art
      • Charles William Sharpe
        Mar. 21, 2018

        Charles William Sharpe

        Est: £400 - £600

        Charles William Sharpe, British act.1848-1883- The Death of Lord Nelson at the Battle of Trafalgar (from the original wall painting at The Palace of Westminster), after Daniel Maclise, RA; engraving, publ. in Westminster in 1874, 41x120.5cm: Lumb Stocks RA, British 1812-1892- Wellington and Blucher meeting after the Battle of Waterloo (from the original wall painting at The Palace of Westminster), after Daniel Maclise RA; engraving, publ. by the Art Union of London, 1872, 41x121cm, (2)

        Roseberys
      • [Militaria]. Stocks, L. (1812-1892). "Wellington a
        Nov. 25, 2016

        [Militaria]. Stocks, L. (1812-1892). "Wellington a

        Est: €150 - €250

        [Militaria]. Stocks, L. (1812-1892). "Wellington and Blücher meeting after the Battle of Waterloo." Handcol. engraving after D. MACLISE, 41x121 cm., London, Art Union, 1875, nicely framed. - A few foxed spots. = Skillfully handcoloured and impressive print.

        Bubb > Kuyper: Auctioneers of Books, Fine Arts & Manuscripts
      • LUMB STOCKS (1812-1892) British, After DANIEL MACLISE (1806-1870) Irish
        Nov. 18, 2014

        LUMB STOCKS (1812-1892) British, After DANIEL MACLISE (1806-1870) Irish

        Est: £30 - £50

        LUMB STOCKS (1812-1892) British, After DANIEL MACLISE (1806-1870) Irish Wellington and Blucher Meeting After the Battle of Waterloo, from the original wall painting in the Palace of Westminster Print 113.5 x 30 cms, framed and glazed £30 - 50

        Rowley Fine Art Auctioneers and Valuers
      • LUMB STOCKS
        Mar. 21, 2013

        LUMB STOCKS

        Est: -

        LUMB STOCKS Lightcliffe 1812 - Londra 1892 LO SCRIVANO PUBBLICO DI SIVIGLIA Stampa colorata, cm. 23 x 26 Sottotitolata In cornice

        Casa d'Aste Babuino
      • LUMB STOCKS (BRITISH, 1812-1892) Wellington and Blucher Meeting after the Battle of Waterloo engraving
        Mar. 07, 2013

        LUMB STOCKS (BRITISH, 1812-1892) Wellington and Blucher Meeting after the Battle of Waterloo engraving

        Est: $120 - $220

        LUMB STOCKS (BRITISH, 1812-1892) Wellington and Blucher Meeting after the Battle of Waterloo engraving 30 x 114cm

        Leonard Joel
      • Sam Bough RSA 'Cattle Crossing the Solway'
        Sep. 01, 2012

        Sam Bough RSA 'Cattle Crossing the Solway'

        Est: £60 - £100

        Sam Bough RSA 'Cattle Crossing the Solway' Engraving by Lumb Stocks RA (1812 - 1892), together with a coloured engraving by George, 'Arriving at Holyrood House', John Kay, 'Lord Ponmure of Brechin' and 'Alexander Hunter & Rodger Hog of Newliston' (4)

        Shapes Auctioneers & Valuers
      • Lumb Stocks ARA, British 1812-1892- 'Claude Duval'
        Nov. 05, 2011

        Lumb Stocks ARA, British 1812-1892- 'Claude Duval'

        Est: £60 - £90

        Lumb Stocks ARA, British 1812-1892- 'Claude Duval' after William Powell Frith RA, printed by McQueen, 1865; engraving, 60x77.5cm: Whittaker, 20th century- Two fashion designs for women; pencil and watercolour, both signed, in matching frames, 30x23.5cm., ea., (3)

        Roseberys
      • Lumb Stocks RA 1812-1892- "Wellington and Blucher,
        May. 12, 2009

        Lumb Stocks RA 1812-1892- "Wellington and Blucher,

        Est: £120 - £150

        Lumb Stocks RA 1812-1892- "Wellington and Blucher, meeting after the Battle of Waterloo", published by the Art Union, London 1875, engraving after Daniel Maclise RA, 30x114cm: Thomas Archer- "Charles Dickens", publ London Cassell & Company, Limited c.1885, Three quarter maroon leather over maroon cloth boards,gilt stamped to front and spine, containing photogravure plates of Dickens characters by Frederick Barnard and other illustrations in the text, (a/f) (2)

        Roseberys
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