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George Cruikshank

United Kingdom (1792 -  1878 ) Wikipedia® : George Cruikshank
CRUIKSHANK George Russian Caricatures

Dreweatts & Bloomsbury Auctions /Jun 25, 2015
1,265.02 - 1,897.53
4,048.00

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George Cruikshank - A Doorstep Wooing

George Cruikshank - A Doorstep Wooing

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Lot number: 1543
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GEORGE CRUIKSHANK (1792-1870) A DOORSTEP WOOING Signed, watercolour with pen and ink 27 x 21.5cm.; with another sheet of mainly pencil figure studies, also by Cruikshank, 20.5 x 24cm approx.; two ink drawings of Victorian folk by John Leech, 10.5 x 10.5cm and 11 x 17cm.; and three sundry pictures to include a small icon of St George (7) ++ Cruikshanks each a little grubby; Leeches with a few stains; others mixed
George Cruikshank - London Characters

George Cruikshank - London Characters

Original 1827
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Lot number: 250
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CRUIKSHANK, GEORGE and ROBERT London Characters . London: Joseph Robins, 1827. Apparently the first edition in book form [but likely the second issue circa 1906, using the plates of the original, which had a facsimile binding and title leaf]. Printed boards in a three-quarters green morocco pull-off case. 6 1/8 x 3/4 inches (15.5 x 10 cm); title, 24 hand-colored engraved plates, each with protective tissue. Slipcase a bit faded, front board at one point detached but now rehinged with archival tissue, plates generally fresh. With the bookplate of Edward Ludlow Parker . According to Cohn, this issue was put together about 1906 from loose plates in the Trueman collection (with, in some instances, facsimile plates struck from the original copper plates). It is a charming suite of engravings that includes many images of London trades (the Tax Gatherer, Sailor's Lass, Fishmonger, Barber etc., all memorably depicted. The true first issue is rare, this later version at the very least uncommon. Cohn 182. Sold with a copy of Cruikshank's Comic Alphabet in leporello form, a fine copy in box, finely hand-colored, apparently an early 20th century restrike.
George Cruikshank - Nashional Taste

George Cruikshank - Nashional Taste

Original 1824
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Lot number: 171
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[Cruikshank (George)] Nashional Taste!!! the architect John Nash, heavily caricatured, impaled on the spire of All Souls Church, Langham Place, the plate dedicated 'without permission' to the Church Commissioners, signed 'Q in the corner', original hand-coloured etching, 340 x 240mm., slightly unevenly trimmed just into the washed border, [BM Satires 14644], G. Humphrey, 1824. ⁂ Constructed between 1822 and 1824, All Souls, Langham Place, was intended by Nash, favourite architect of George IV, to lead the eye from the end of his newly created Regent Street onwards to Regent's Park, at the point where his planned continuous sweep north from Piccadilly Circus was broken by his dispute with Sir James Langham over the siting of the latter's new town house. This required the top end of Regent Street to be realigned eastward, kinking in front of the church to rejoin with Portland Place. The unveiling of its dramatic design in the spring of 1824 led to a debate in the Commons when questions were asked about the cost of 'this mass of deformity', followed by offers to subscribe to the cost of its demolition. It is Nash's only surviving church. Books & Works on Paper Thursday 10 December 2015, 1.00pm Bloomsbury London Bloomsbury House 24 Maddox Street London W1S 1PP Viewing Tuesday 8th December 9.30am-5.30pm Wednesday 9th December 9.30am-7.30pm Day of sale from 9.30am
George Cruikshank - Russian Caricatures

George Cruikshank - Russian Caricatures

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Lot number: 82
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Cruikshank (George) series of 9 versions of Russian caricatures, 11 original hand-coloured engravings, printed in dark brown ink, titles in the original Russian and English, one also in German, all within washed borders, v.s., 205 x 255mm. to 250 x 350mm., all but one duplicate trimmed to the border, all of these but for the other duplicate remargined, [BM Satires 11995-96, 12015, 12025, 12045-46, 12051, 12053, 12060], H. Humphrey,
George Cruikshank - Cruikshank, George

George Cruikshank - Cruikshank, George

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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.
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