HIND, Arthur

HIND, Arthur. An Introduction to a History of Woodcut with a Detailed Survey of Work done in the Fifteenth Century

London, Constable and Company Ltd., 1935.

£150

4to. 2 vols: (“The Primitive Single Cuts and Block-Books”) xl, 272 p.; (“Book-illustration and Contemporary Single Cuts”) x, 273-838 p.. With Frontispiece and 483 illustrations in the text. Unitrusive stamp (“R. & R. Clark, ltd. / 13 JUL 1935 / EDINBURGH”) infrequently found on some lower margins throughout both volumes. Half red morocco with gilt ruling to inner margins and red buckram over covers. Spine gilt in compartments with 6 raised bands. Some mild rubbing to corners and minor chips to spine bands or outer hinges, with little losses of leather. A very good copy. 

CARRINGTON, Fitzroy (Ed.)

CARRINGTON, Fitzroy (Ed.). Prints and Their Makers. Essays on Engravers and Etchers Old and Modern

New York, The Century Co., 1912.

£55

8vo. 268 p., with 200 illustrations, including frontispiece plate. Deckled edges. U.e.g., coated cloth over boards and gilt-tooled title on upper cover and spine. Some very light discolouring to spine foot. A fine copy.

[MABERLY, Joseph]

[MABERLY, Joseph]. The Print Collector. An Introduction to the Knowledge Necessary for Forming a Collection of Ancient Prints. Containing Suggestions as to the Mode of Commencing Collector, The Selection of Specimens, The Prices and Care of Prints. Also Notices of the Marks of Proprietorship Used by Collectors, Remarks on the Ancient and Modern Practice of the Art and A Catalogue Raisonné of Books on Engravings and Prints

London, Sauders and Otley, 1844.

£50

8vo. viii, 211 pp., 3 plates and a number of illustrations throughout. Coated cloth gilt, blind-stamped, rebacked with original parts of spine laid on and preserved. A good copy.

STOTHARD [PRINTS]

£2500

STOTHARD, Thomas S.. A Pair: Landlords & Tenants. 2 hand-coloured engravings, 21×16 in., engraved by Charles Knight and published in London by W. Dickinson on the 1st February 1792 and 1st March 1792.

Antique style wood golden frames

HAMILTON – 9 FRAMED AQUATINTS

£20000

HAMILTON, William (1730-1803), after Pierre François Hughes, called D Hancarville (1719-1805). Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman antiquities from the cabinet of the Hon. W. Hamilton, Naples, 1766-1767. Aquatint engraving in black and terra-cotta ink, 38 ½ x 26 ½ in. (98.5 x 67.5 cm.) overall, framed. 2 out of these 9 are of a smaller size: ca. 20 x 24 in. (50 x 60 cm), overall. Antique style, golden frames of wood. Sir William Hamilton was sent to Naples as chief British envoy to the Bourbon King Ferdinand IV. Inspired by the cultural heritage of Italy, Hamilton developed a great passion for the study of antiquities, and soon embarked on a project to publish illustrations of the archeological finds of the time. 

LENKIEWICZ, Robert O. [PRINT]

LENKIEWICZ, Robert Oscar (1941-2002). Portrait with Moi Wong

London, 2001.

£325

Coloured lithograph, signed, titled and numbered by artist. 30ins x 18ins (76cm x 46 cm)

LENKIEWICZ, Robert O. [PRINT]

LENKIEWICZ, Robert O. (1941-2002). Self-Portrait with Self-Portrait at Ninety
London, 2001
£750
LIMITED EDITION (458/585). Lithograph. Framed and glazed, with copy number, title and signature in the artist’s own hand. Very good original condition. Frame: ca. 35×45 inches (90×115 cm); image: ca. 21×30 inches (54×76 cm).

HAMILTON – SWAN HUNT [PRINT]

 

Engraved and etched hand-coloured plate, Swan Hunt on Horseback.
Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803) – After Pierre François Hughes, called D’Hancarville (1719-1805).

£2000

Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman antiquities from the cabinet of the Hon. W. Hamilton
Naples: 1766-67.
Antique style brown wood golden frame
38 ½ x 26 ½ in. (98.5 x 67.5 cm.) overall

HAMILTON – BOAR HUNT [PRINT]

Engraved and etched hand-coloured plate, Boar Hunt.
Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803) – After Pierre François Hughes, called D’Hancarville (1719-1805).

£2000

Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman antiquities from the cabinet of the Hon. W. Hamilton
Naples: 1766-67.
Antique style brown wood golden frame
38 ½ x 26 ½ in. (98.5 x 67.5 cm.) overall

HAMILTON – WARRIORS-FEMALE [PRINT]

Engraved and etched hand-coloured plate, Two Warriors and a Female.
Sir William Hamilton (1730-1803) – After Pierre François Hughes, called D’Hancarville (1719-1805).

£1500

Collection of Etruscan, Greek and Roman antiquities from the cabinet of the Hon. W. Hamilton
Naples: 1766-67.
Antique style brown wood golden frame
38 ½ x 26 ½ in. (98.5 x 67.5 cm.) overall