Samuel Buck

(16961779 ) - Artworks
BUCK Samuel The North Prospect Of Gravesend In The County Of Kent

Sotheby's /Jul 7, 2011
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Samuel Buck - The South Prospect Of Dover In The County Of Kent

Samuel Buck - The South Prospect Of Dover In The County Of Kent

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Lot number: 356
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Description: Samuel & Nathaniel Buck (1696-1779 and 1695-1775) - engraving - "The South Prospect of Dover in the County of Kent", 9.5ins x 30.5ins, published March 26th 1739, and Samuel & Nathaniel Buck (1696-1779 and 1695-1775) - Coloured engraving - "The South-East View of the Hospital of Mason Dieu at Dover", 5.75ins x 13.75ins, published 1735, both framed and glazed
Samuel Buck - Tynemouth Castle, Northumberland

Samuel Buck - Tynemouth Castle, Northumberland

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Lot number: 112
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Lot Description Samuel Buck (Richmond, Yorkshire 1696-1779 London) Tynemouth Castle, Northumberland signed and dated 'S. Buck delin May 1728.' (upper right) and inscribed 'THE NORTH VIEW OF TINEMOUTH [sic] CASTLE, NEAR SHIELDS; IN NORTHUMBERLAND.' (upper centre) and further inscribed 'This Ruin was a Monastery, before the Conquest.' (centre), 'Sea.' (lower left) and 'Castle.' (centre right) pen and black ink, grey wash 6 1/8 x 13 5/8 in. (15.5 x 34.6 cm.) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report Engraved Engraved with differences for Buck's Antiquities as 'The North View of Tinemouth Monastery & Castle in Northumberland', 1728. View Lot Notes › Samuel Buck, and his brother Nathaniel, published engravings of 428 views of the ruins of all noted abbeys and castles in the country, together with four views of seats and 83 large general views of the chief cities and towns of England and Wales. They would travel round the country in the summer and produce engravings during the winter which were some of the earliest topographical views of Britain. The engravings were printed and sold individually and collected into volumes for book purchasers between 1724 and 1738. This drawing was engraved with some changes for Buck's Antiquities as 'The North View of Tinemouth Monastery & Castle in Northumberland' and was dedicated to Henry Villiers the owner at the time. The original drawings for these works are rare; examples are in the British Library, the British Museum and the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
Samuel Buck - The North-west Prospect Of Deptford, In The County Of Kent

Samuel Buck - The North-west Prospect Of Deptford, In The County Of Kent

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Lot number: 120
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Samuel Buck (1696-1779) and Nathaniel Buck (1700-1754) The North-West Prospect of Deptford, in the County of Kent; The North-West Prospect of Greenwich, in the County of Kent; The North Prospect of Gravesend, in the County of Kent; The North Prospect of Woolwich, in the County of Kent; and The North West Prospect of Sheerness, in the County of Kent engravings, published London, 1739 S. 12 x 31 in. (30.5 x 78.7 cm.) Together with the North-West view of Shrewsbury Castle, published 1731 (smaller) (6)
Samuel Buck - The North Prospect Of Gravesend In The County Of Kent

Samuel Buck - The North Prospect Of Gravesend In The County Of Kent

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Lot number: 203
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LOT 203 SAMUEL BUCK RICHMOND, YORKSHIRE 1696-1779 LONDON THE NORTH PROSPECT OF GRAVESEND IN THE COUNTY OF KENT together with Samuel Buck (Richmond, Yorkshire 1696-1779 London)and Nathaniel Buck (fl.1724–1759) The North Prospect of Gravesendin the County of Kent Quantity: 2 The first pen and black and brown ink with grey wash over pencil,on laid paper, squared for transfer; unframed; the second engraved in black ink, unframed; the first inscribed in pen and brown ink, upper centre, astitled; the second inscribed in printed black ink, upper centre, as titled;further inscribed in printed black ink, lowercentre, with extensive description The first 307 by 812 mm; the second 465 by 850 mm
Samuel Buck -  The North Prospect Of The City Of Wells

Samuel Buck - The North Prospect Of The City Of Wells

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Lot number: 771
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Samuel Buck 1696-1779 and Nathaniel Buck fl. 1724-1759- The North Prospect of the City of Wells; The South-West Prospect of the City of Lincoln"; published by S. & N. Buck, No. 1 Garden Court, Middle Temple, 1736-1745, two plates from the "Cities, Sea-ports, and Capital Towns"; London, engravings by S. & N. Buck, No. 1 Garden Court, Middle Temple, 32x81cm,ea: Wenzel Hollar 1607-1677- Lincoln Cathedral/ Ecclesia Cathedralis Lincolniensis Facies Occidentalis "; 1672, etching with engraving, published in 1672 for Monasticon Anglicanum: or, the History of the Ancient Abbies, Monasteries, Hospitals, Cathedral and Collegiate Churches, with their Dependencies, in England and Wales. Note: Hollar returned to England in 1652 and begun working for the publisher John Ogilby and the antiquary Sir William Dugdale. Over the next twenty-five years he etched more than 566 plates for them, dedicated to Michael Honywood dean of Lincoln, (3) £200-300 Antiques Auction 6 July 2010
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