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James Gillray

(1757 -  1815 ) Wikipedia® : James Gillray
GILLRAY James State-jugglers

Leland Little
Aug 5, 2017
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James Gillray - Presages Of The Millenium...

James Gillray - Presages Of The Millenium...

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Description: James Gillray (British, 1757-1815) Presages of the Millenium... Signed and inscribed in the plate "Js.Gs. desn. et fect. - Pubd. June 4th 1795 - by H. Humphrey N. 37 New Bond Street" l.l.,titled l.c. Etching and aquatint with hand-coloring, sheet size 12 5/8 x 15 1/8 in. (32.0 x 38.5 cm), framed. Condition: Vertical center crease, minor toning, not examined out of frame. Provenance: Collection of Professor M. Robert Des Marais, State College, Pennsylvania. N.B. The lot is accompanied by a scholarly description of the work and letter written by Professor Des Marais.
James Gillray - The Reception In Holland

James Gillray - The Reception In Holland

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Lot number: 308
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Gillray (James) The Reception in Holland, a bloated William of Orange landing in Holland to an ecstatic, if unattractive, crowd of men, women, soldiers and toads, original hand-coloured etching, 260 x 360mm., trimmed to the borderline, [BM Satires 9414], H. Humphrey, 1799; with a copy of The Rt. hon.ble Catch Singers, a Coalition satire depicting Fox and North holding tankards in an alehouse, hand-coloured etching, 250 x 345mm., very browned, dampstained in lower right corner, [BM Satires 6225], H. Humphrey, 1783 (?but a later issue or copy) (2)
James Gillray - The King Of Brobdingnay, And Gulliver

James Gillray - The King Of Brobdingnay, And Gulliver

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~ James Gillray (British, 1756-1815) ''The King of Brobdingnay, and Gulliver'', hand-coloured etching with aquatint, printed border 305mm by 245mm After the design of an amateur, Lt Col Thomas Braddyll of the Coldstream Guards Ex Collection Helperby Hall, North Yorkshire Not examined out of frame. Good margins, on three sides Imprint: 1803, London, H Humphrey
James Gillray - State-jugglers

James Gillray - State-jugglers

Original 1788
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Lot number: 11
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James Gillray (British, 1757-1815), State-Jugglers Lot 11 Description hand-colored etchings, the second with aquatint, published 1788 and 1798 respectively in London, presented in uniform matting and framing. Platemark 13 7/8 x 9 3/4 in. (the first), 14 1/4 x 10 1/8 in. (the second); DOA 20 1/2 x 16 in. The Estate of William Lee Pritchard, M.D., Charlotte, NC Additional high-resolution photos are available at Leland Little.com Condition Few foxing marks/spot of mold; some mat burn to the second; not examined out of frames.
James Gillray - The Liberty Of The Subject

James Gillray - The Liberty Of The Subject

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Gillray (James) The Liberty of the Subject, one of the satirist's earliest known published works, this on the brutality of press gangs, here brutally frogmarching a tailor down a London street, despite the spirited protests of two women, etching, 250 x 350mm., slight surface wear and uneven browning, [BM Satires 5609], William Humphrey, 1779; with a later issue of ¯fability', [BM Satires 8616, first issued 1795, but this 1849]; and the self-portrait, 'Mr. James Gillray', a collotype after the original aquatint by Charles Turner (3)
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