George Cruikshank

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CRUIKSHANK George Illustration From The Surprising Adventures Of Baron Munchausen

Woolley & Wallis /Dec 8, 2010
119.52 - 239.03
155.38

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George Cruikshank - Cruikshank, George

George Cruikshank - Cruikshank, George

Original 1821-22
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Lot number: 38
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CRUIKSHANK, George, illustrator -- CAREY, David (1782-1824). Life in Paris; comprising the Rambles, Sprees, and Amours of Dick Wildfire, of Corinthian Celebrity, and his bang-up Companions Squire Jenkins and Captain O’’’’Shuffleton. London: for John Fairburn, 1821-1822. 21 original parts, 8° (255 x 160mm). 20 coloured aquatints, one in each part, and 22 wood-engravings by and after G. Cruikshank. Half-title, coloured aquatint frontispiece and printed title in final part. (Light offsetting from plates, a few light spots.) Original pink printed wrappers, uncut; cloth chemise and red morocco pull-off case (light soiling around edges of wrappers, stronger on last part, a few small tears, case lightly rubbed). Provenance: Alfred Barmore Maclay (bookplate; purchased from him, 10 April 1945.) FIRST EDITION IN ORIGINAL PARTS, LARGE PAPER COPY with the pink wrappers as called for by Abbey and Cohn. Life in Paris was serialised every fortnight, commencing in November 1821. Cruikshank journeyed to Boulogne to sketch Gallic life, but when his cockney French failed to obtain him an English breakfast complete with mustard he took the next boat back across the channel. In Patten's view 'Carey's story is more a guide book for novice travellers than a narrative, and caters to the prejudices of xenophobic Corinthians like the illustrator' (Life I, p. 233). Abbey Travel 112; Cohn 109; Tooley 129.
George Cruikshank - The Outraged Husband

George Cruikshank - The Outraged Husband

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Lot number: 335
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FROM THE ESTATE OF THE LATE MICHAEL WINNER Cruikshank, George THE OUTRAGED HUSBAND 165 by 228mm., ink and watercolour drawing, signed lower right, mounted, framed and glazed, some minor browning at extremities from former mount Condition is described in the main body of the cataloguing, where appropriate.
George Cruikshank - The Union Between England And France

George Cruikshank - The Union Between England And France

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Lot number: 50
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George Cruikshank (1792-1878) The Union Between England and France, Ink, watercolor, and graphite on paper, Signed bottom center and inscribed, "In commemoration of the friendly alliance between England and France 1855." Image dimensions: h: 14 x w: 9.75 in. Estimate $ 300-500
George Cruikshank - Illustration From The Surprising Adventures Of Baron Munchausen

George Cruikshank - Illustration From The Surprising Adventures Of Baron Munchausen

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Lot number: 233
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George Cruikshank (1792-1878) Illustration from the surprising adventures of Baron Munchausen Signed Watercolour over pencil 17 x 21cm; 6¾ x 8¼in Some mount-staining, some repairs to tears upper margin, one or two blemishes Estimate: £100-200 Hammer Price: £130 Lot: 233 Sale: Oil Paintings, Watercolours & Miniatures (PW081210-2)
George Cruikshank -  The Borough Candidates

George Cruikshank - The Borough Candidates

Original 1812
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Lot number: 641
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George Cruikshank 1792-1878- The Borough Candidates"; published Oct 12th 1812, Cheapside London, hand-coloured etching, 18x24cm: After James Gillray 1757-1815- "Discipline a la Kenyon, Faro's Daughter's Beware"; etching, originally published March 25th 1797, by H Humphrey, London, this a later Bohn example, 37x27cm: and one further etching after Gillray, "Preliminaries of Peace..", a later 19th century example: After William Hogarth, five 21st century reproductions, (8) Note: A collection of apt sartorial political prints by two of the best exponents of their trade Gillray and Cruikshank.
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