• Robert Herdman Smith, Grange in Borrowdale Landscape, Signed Aquatint Etching.

    An original signed aquatint etching by well listed artist Robert Herdman Smith (b. 1879). Robert Herdman was a painter, etcher and sculptor. Born in Liverpool he studied art in Leeds, London, Antwerp and Paris.
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    Subject: LandscapeStyle: Traditional
  • 3 x 1837 Framed & Glazed Antique Hunting Prints by H Alken New Sporting Magazine

    Th century artist and illustrator Henry Thomas Alken (1785 – 1861) who specialised in hunting, sporting and coaching scenes. A prolific artist and illustrator, Alken often explored the comic side of riding and satirized the foibles of aristocrats, much in the tradition of other early 19th century caricaturists.
    £62.00
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    Subject: SportsFeatures: Framed
  • 4 X Original Antique 1820's HENRY ALKEN Hand Coloured Aquatints I Clark Hunting

    Published by T McLean Jan 1st 1820 and engraved by I Clark. Alken's are wonderfully detailed and have original hand painted colours. Henry Thomas Alken (12 October 1785 – 7 April 1851) was an English painter and engraver chiefly known as a caricaturist and illustrator of sporting subjects and coaching scenes.
    £200.00
    Medium: Aquatint
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    Subject: Hunting
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    Style: Traditional
  • Antique London 1841 Hand Coloured Hunting Aquatint Drawn & Etched By Henry Alken

    Here we have a set of 4 Henry Alken hand coloured Hunting Aquatints, London published I W Laird 1841. The 4 plates are "Going Out", "Finding", "Running In View" & "The Death". Total widths 37.5cm, heights 27cm.
    £44.95
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    Subject: HuntingColour: Multi-Colour
  • 19th century AQUATINT THE MINSTER CHURCH, BEVERLEY, YORKSHIRE 1817

    N.E.View of St John's or THE MINSTER CHURCH, BEVERLEY, YORKSHIRE 1817. A 19th century AQUATINT. VIEW of CHURCH.
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    Ending Sunday at 7:49PM GMT2d 7hMedium: AquatintSubject: ArchitectureStyle: Realism
  • 19th century AQUATINT THE MINSTER CHURCH, BEVERLEY, YORKSHIRE 1817

    S.W.View of St John's or THE MINSTER CHURCH, BEVERLEY, YORKSHIRE 1817. A 19th century AQUATINT PROOF COPY. VIEW of CHURCH.
    £5.95
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    Ending Sunday at 7:49PM GMT2d 7hMedium: AquatintSubject: ArchitectureStyle: Realism
  • Kennel Club Dog Show Illustrations Arthur Wardle Original Antique Engraving

    Artist and signature: Printed paper artwork by Arthur Wardle. Depiction or Location: At The Ladies' Kennel Association Dog Show. Type of artwork: Original antique magazine page, possibly Illustrated London News.
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    Style: Illustration ArtOriginality: Original
  • Original 19th Century Cartoon "A Sketch of the Row in Parliment Street" W Heath

    Eldon is stout and supported by John Bull, with the symbol of the Orange Lodges alongside him, while Wellington wears a soldier's coat and is on the defensive, supported by an illustration of an Irish "ragamuffin" that is very much of its era.
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    Ending Sunday at 1:09PM GMT2d 1hClick & CollectMedium: AquatintSubject: PoliticsStyle: Cartoon
  • 4 X Antique Aquatint Engravings HENRY ALKEN Coloured Hunting 1841 - Superb Set

    Depicting the sport of Hare Coursing which uses greyhounds to chase hares by sight. Entitled: Going Out; Running in View; Finding; and The Death. Alken's are wonderfully detailed and have original hand painted colours.
    £300.00
    Medium: Aquatint
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    Subject: HuntingStyle: Traditional
  • Antique Print - Henry Alken - "Something Slap" Lewis & Company, London c1830

    Artist - "Henry Alken". 3,100 UK & International orders, we are professionals.
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    Features: FramedOriginality: Original
  • ANTIQUE PRINT 1869 VANITY FAIR "JUDGES NO 2" NO 59 BY APE ON BOARD VINTAGE ART

    "A JUDGE AND PEER". HERE IS AN ANTIQUE PRINT FROM VANITY FAIR DATED DEC 18 1869 TITLED JUDGES NO. 2 WITH THE CAPTION UNDERNEATH. PRINT HAS ROUGH EDGES ALL ROUND AND SMALL HOLE ON JUDGES STAND IN PRINT IF YOU LOOK AT PHOTOS.
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    Subject: PortraitStyle: Vintage
  • Beautiful Antique Aquatint Hand Coloured Pastoral Castle Landscape Scene Framed

    I do my best to describe all faults but am not infallible so.
    £65.00
    Medium: Aquatint
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    Subject: Landscape
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    Style: Traditional
  • FISHERMEN, BOAT, FILEY, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Walker original antique print 1814

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814. Engraved by R&D Havell after George Walker.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: FishingStyle: Illustration Art
  • New listingL. Hoffmeister - 19th Century Aquatint, Maxplatz in München

    Plate: 27.5 x 37.5cm (10.8" x 14.8"). Size: 23 x 35cm (9.1" x 13.8"). Sheet: 35.5 x 47cm (14" x 18.5"). Bill, one of the directors was joined by his son, Dan, in 2012. View in Room. The art in our online gallery has been handpicked by our team of highly qualified art historians.
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: LandscapeStyle: Realism
  • The Birds of America. Audubon. Bohemian Chatterer. Havell. 1837.

    Bohemian Chatterer, [Cedar Waxwing], Plate 363. London: Havell, 1827-1838. Original hand-colored engraving. This plate was published in 1837. The plate mark is visible.
    £1,161.98
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    Medium: Aquatint
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    Subject: BirdsStyle: RealismCustoms services and international tracking provided
  • New listingF. Jukes after Robert Dodd - 19th Century Aquatint, A Storm Coming On

    F. Jukes after Robert Dodd - Original 19th Century Aquatint. Published by Jukes and Sarjent, London. Laid to backing card. Condition is typical for a picture of this age including discolouration and sun fading, with mount burn.
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: NauticalStyle: Realism
  • LOWKERS, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Farm Workers, Walker, original antique print 1814

    A fine original aquatint of a group of "Lowkers" at work pulling weeds. Dated in the plate (1813). The work is described in detail with the lowkers dismissed as a "garrulous class of mortals". A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • Antique James Pollard Aquatint Print 1832: Doncaster Races Great St Leger Stakes

    There is an interesting spelling mistake on the original print's caption: Leger is incorrectly spelt Ledger. Nearly two hundred years old, having been made in 1832. The St Leger Stakes is a Group 1 flat horse race in Great Britain open to three-year-old thoroughbred colts and fillies.
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    Subject: Horse RacingStyle: Vintage
  • Henri Merke - 1806 Aquatint, The Hog at Bay

    Hand-coloured aquatint, with etching and stipple engraving. Laid on board. Signed in plate. Bill, one of the directors was joined by his son, Dan, in 2012. The art in our online gallery has been handpicked by our team of highly qualified art historians.
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: LandscapeStyle: Realism
  • Drawn & Engraved Seascape Aquatint Of Babicombe, Devon, William Daniell, C. 1825

    A seascape aquatint of Babicombe, Devon. Drawn and engraved by William Daniel. William Daniell RA, British born in Kingston Upon Thames (Surrey), birth year in 1769, death year in 1837. Published by William Daniell in London on May 20, 1825 as part of his ‘A Voyage Round Great Britain’. Framed in a white painted wooden frame with gilt borders.
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  • Drawn & Engraved Seascape Aquatint Of Tor-Abbey, Devon, William Daniell, C. 1825

    A seascape aquatint of Tor-Abbey, Devon. Drawn and engraved by William Daniel. William Daniell RA, British born in Kingston Upon Thames (Surrey), birth year in 1769, death year in 1837. Published by William Daniell in London on May 20, 1825 as part of his ‘A Voyage Round Great Britain’. Framed in a white painted wooden frame with gilt borders.
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  • 1820 Henry Thomas Alken (1785-1851) Aquatint etcing 'Fishing in a punt'

    I Clark after Henry Thomas Alken (1785-1851) 'Fishingin a punt'. Published in 1820 by T McLean.
    £50.00
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    Ending 23 Jan at 8:30PM GMT5d 8hClick & CollectMedium: AquatintSubject: FishingStyle: Realism
  • 1804 2.5ft Hand Coloured Aquatint Etching F Jukes Francis Infirmary Sheffield

    FRANCIS JUKES (1745~1812). Aquatint and Etching. Aquatint ~ (Visible) 61.5cm x 41cm but will be slightly larger behind mount. Hand Coloured. Unwanted Family Item.
    £120.00
    Medium: Aquatint
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    Subject: Architecture
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    Style: Illustration Art
  • MOOR GUIDE, STAINMOOR, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Walker original antique print 1814

    A fine original aquatint of a moor guide on the Yorkshire moors. Dated in the plate (1813). A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • FERNANDO BRAMBILA ETCHING AND AQUATINT, 1798, FROM THE MALASPINA EXPEDITION

    Fernando Brambila. "La CorvetaAtrevida Entre Bancas de Nieve la Noche del 28. de Enero de 1794. Estando en Latitud S. 52 [degrees insignia] 13' y Longitud 42 [degrees insignia] 7'. Ocidental de Cadiz".
    £968.32
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    £25.39 postage
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  • LINE SWINGLERS, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Flax Trade, G.Walker, antique print 1814

    LINE SWINGLERS. A fine original aquatint of two Yorkshire line swinglers at work cutting and preparing flax. Dated in the plate. A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • Antique Etching/Aquatint of a Formal Garden by Gaston de Latenay (1859-1943)

    Painter in oil and watercolour, lithographer, etcher, Gaston de Latenay started his career in the 1880s as a painter of marine subjects and landscapes.He exhibited at the Salon des Artistes Français and the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts between 1886 and 1893.
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    Subject: GardensStyle: Realism
  • J. W. Ward after George Morland - 1805 Aquatint, Paying the Hustler

    Bill, one of the directors was joined by his son, Dan, in 2012. The art in our online gallery has been handpicked by our team of highly qualified art historians. The condition is typical for a picture of this age including discolouration as shown.
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: FiguresStyle: Realism
  • RIDING THE STANG, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE Walker antique aquatint print 1814

    A fine original aquatint depicting the old custom of "riding the stang" in Yorkshire. RIDING THE STANG. A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • Drawn & Engraved Seascape Aquatint Of Tor-Quay, Devon, William Daniell, C. 1825

    A seascape aquatint of Tor-Quay, Devon. Drawn and engraved by William Daniel. William Daniell RA, British born in Kingston Upon Thames (Surrey), birth year in 1769, death year in 1837. Published by William Daniell in London on May 20, 1825 as part of his ‘A Voyage Round Great Britain’. Framed in a white painted wooden frame with gilt borders.
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  • Hand Coloured Aquatint "Garde National a Cheval" After Carle Vernet, P Debucourt

    Engraved by Philbert-Louis Debucourt, early 19th century. Here we have an early hand coloured aquatint after Carle Vernet. This one is titled "Garde National a Cheval". Aquatint height 34cm, width 27cm.
    £54.95
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    Subject: MilitaryFeatures: Framed
  • John Harris the Younger - 1839 Aquatint, The First Steeple Chase on Record

    John Harris the Younger - Original 1839 Aquatint. With etching and hand-watercolouring, laid on board. Published in London March 1st 1839 by Ben Brooks. Signed in plate. Age toning, minor surface abrasions and foxing to paper as shown.
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: MilitaryStyle: Realism
  • Hand Coloured Aquatint "Uhlan Prussien" After Carle Vernet, Philbert Debucourt

    This one is titled "Uhlan Prussien". engraved by Philbert-Louis Debucourt, early 19th century. Here we have an early hand coloured aquatint after Carle Vernet. Aquatint height 34.5cm, width 27cm. In great condition for its age, well looked after.
    £54.95
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    Subject: MilitaryFeatures: Framed
  • CRANBERRY GIRL, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, George Walker, original antique print 1814

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. A fine original aquatint of cranberry pickers on the Yorkshire moors.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • WOLDS WAGGON, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Walker original antique aquatint print 1814

    THE EAST RIDING OR WOLDS WAGGON. A fine original aquatint of a traditional horse-drawn working carriage as used predominantly in the East Riding of Yorkshire. A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintStyle: Illustration ArtOriginality: Original
  • SHEFFIELD CUTLER, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Walker original antique print 1814

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. A fine original aquatint of a cutler at work making a knife in Sheffield, Yorkshire.
    £55.00
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  • PREEMER BOY, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Wool workers, Walker, antique print 1814

    Dated in the plate. A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814.
    £55.00
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  • HORSE DEALER, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Walker original antique aquatint print 1814

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814. Engraved by R&D Havell after George Walker.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • FACTORY CHILDREN, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, G. Walker original antique print 1885

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and re -published in 1885. A fine original aquatint of factory children employed in the mills and factories of the West Riding of Yorkshire, England.
    £45.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • CLOTH DRESSER, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Wool Trade, G.Walker, antique print 1814

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814. A fine original aquatint of Yorkshire cloth dressers or "croppers".
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • FOOL PLOUGH, PLOUGH MONDAY, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE Walker antique print 1814

    THE FOOL PLOUGH. A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814.
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  • BISHOP BLAIZE PROCESSION, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE Walker antique print 1814

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Walker describes the procession held by the wool combers each year on February 3rd.
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  • Frederick Christian Lewis Sr. - 1813 Aquatint, Thomas Liscombe

    Frederick Christian Lewis Sr. - Original 1813 Aquatint. Published by Thomas Palser, after William Brockedon. Age toning as shown, with various small open tears to edges. Bill, one of the directors was joined by his son, Dan, in 2012.
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  • MIDSUMMER EVE, CRAVEN, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE Walker antique print 1814

    Walker describes the custom as being observed in the Craven area as well as other parts of Yorkshire. A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814.
    £65.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • LEECH FINDERS, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE Walker antique aquatint print 1814

    LEECH FINDERS. A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814.
    £65.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • PEAT CART, LANGSTROTHDALE, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Walker antique print 1814

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814. Engraved by R.Havell after George Walker.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
  • MILK BOY, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, Walker original antique print 1814

    A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814. A fine original aquatint of a milk boy in the West Riding of Yorkshire.
    £55.00
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  • CLOTH HALL, LEEDS, COSTUME OF YORKSHIRE, G.Walker original antique print 1814

    Published by Robinson and Son, Leeds 1814. A fascinating record of Yorkshire life in Regency England first issued as a part work in 1813 to 1814 and published as a complete book in 1814. A fine original aquatint of The Cloth Hall in Leeds, Yorkshire.
    £55.00
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    Medium: AquatintSubject: TopographicalStyle: Illustration Art
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