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London: T. Cadell & W. Davies, 1810. Stipple engraving, 380 x 300mm. (plate size), a little toning at the margins, very good. Fine engraved portrait of Henry Bathurst, the Tory politician who instigated the Bigge reports into the convict system of New South Wales under the administration of Governor Macquarie...
London: 1835. Engraving, 230 x 140 mm. An uncommon portrait of Sir Joseph Banks, after Phillips. Although evidently an accomplished image, and while clearly dated 1835, little is known about the production of this portrait. The engraver "Herdiviller" does not seem to have been recorded in the standard references such...
Edinburgh: Engraved for the Naturalist's Library, circa 1835. Engraving, 160 x 100 mm. An attractive and well-executed portrait of Sir Joseph Banks, engraved by William Home Lizars. As the full caption here suggests, this portrait was engraved for the Naturalist's Library, an important series of books published by Sir William...
London: H. Colburn & Co., August 1st, 1820. Engraving, 215 x 140 mm. An excellent copy of this engraved portrait of Banks after Thomas Phillips, published soon after the great man's death in 1820. This portrait is another example of the popular reproductions of the most famous image of Banks...
London: Charles Knight, n.d., but circa 1835. Engraving, 138 x 107 mm. A very good engraved portrait of Banks, based on the painting by Thomas Phillips commissioned by the Royal Society, a famous image of Banks in his later life as President of the Royal Society, with the motto "Nullius...
Glasgow & Edinburgh: William Mackenzie, n.d., circa 1835. Engraving, 138 x 107 mm. A very good engraved portrait of Banks, based on the famous painting by Thomas Phillips commissioned by the Royal Society. Perhaps the most famous of the images depicting Banks in his later life, this portrait shows him...
Portrait of D.H. LawrenceAn original pen and ink portrait, 270 x 200mm; signed lower left Henry Rayner and inscribed "D H Lawrence 1929"; mounted and framed. This evocative portrait of the great writer brilliantly captures his likeness in his 44th year, at a time when he had returned...
London: Stockdale, 8 December, 1789. Stipple engraving, 230 x 180 mm. (plate size), some spotting else fine. Uncommon engraved portrait of John Watts, veteran of Cook's third voyage, who sailed with the First Fleet on board Lady Penrhyn. Although published by Stockdale and intended to be included in Governor Phillip's...
London: Henry Bohn, no date, but 1851.
Sir Joseph Banks emerges from his chrysalisHandcoloured engraving, 350 x 250 mm; mounted. Rare satirical cartoon of Sir Joseph Banks, ridiculed for using the Royal Order of the Bath for self-promotion. Portraits of Banks by the most famous artists of the day...
London: printed and sold by John Faber, 1741. Mezzotint, 354 x 254 mm. (sheet size), recent paper backing, very good. An accomplished three-quarter length mezzotint portrait of Admiral Sir Charles Wager (1666-1743), widely regarded as the most skilled and capable naval commander of the his generation. Wager, by all accounts...