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James Gillray

(17571815 ) - Prints Wikipedia® - James Gillray
GILLRAY James 'a Great Stream From A Petty-fountain"

Rosebery's /Mar 24, 2015
632.51 - 885.52
632.50

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James Gillray - A March To The Bank

James Gillray - A March To The Bank

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Lot number: 1406
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JAMES GILLRAY (1757-1815) A MARCH TO THE BANK Etching, a later impression from the Bohn edition of 1851 (paginated 85 upper right), originally published by S. W. Fores, 1787, with hand colouring 40 x 54cm. * Following the Gordon riots (anti-Catholic protests following the discriminatory Papish Acts of 1778), there were fears that the Bank of England did not have enough protection against looters and malcontents. The introduction of a daily guard met with fierce public disapproval. Soldiers marched down the Strand in pairs and took no heed of rebellious pedestrians in their grim determination to assert their authority. ++ Very slight light staining
James Gillray - Consequences Of A Successfull French Invasion

James Gillray - Consequences Of A Successfull French Invasion

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Gillray (James) Consequences of a Successfull French Invasion - No.I, Plate 1st; No.I, Plate 2nd, original hand-coloured etchings, the first two printed in dark brown, the first 320 x 362mm., trimmed on the platemark and the sheet lined, the second 350 x 400mm., slight surface dirt and handling creases in the wide margins, a tear in the upper, the third 340 x 395mm., a few short splits at sheet edges, [BM Satires 9180, 9181 and 9183, respectively], by the engraver,
James Gillray - The Happy Mother

James Gillray - The Happy Mother

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Lot number: 854
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James Gillray (British, 1757-1815) after Lavinia, Countess Spencer (1762-1831) The Happy Mother drawn by Lavinia, Countess Spencer, London, pub. Feb. 27th 1787 by S Vivares, Great Newport Street, engraved by James Gillray stipple engraving h:40 w:48 cm Old Christie's stencils - 109 AN and 358 AR. A little loss of colour and one small tear above the mother's head.
James Gillray - 'a Great Stream From A Petty-fountain"

James Gillray - 'a Great Stream From A Petty-fountain"

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Lot number: 648
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James Gillray, British 1757-1815- 'A Great Stream from a Petty-Fountain;_or_John Bull swamped in the Flood of new-Taxes:_Comorants Fishing in the Stream', Publ. in 1806 by H.Humphrey, London; etching with hand-colouring, 25x35.5cm: together with one other by the same artist- 'Les Trois Magots', Publ. in 1791 by H.Humphrey; etching with hand-colouring, 36x36cm, (in matching frames) (2)
James Gillray - Pacific Overtures; A Great Stream From A Petty Fountain 2

James Gillray - Pacific Overtures; A Great Stream From A Petty Fountain 2

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Lot number: 15
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James Gillray (British, 1757-1815) Pacific Overtures; A Great Stream from a Petty Fountain Two etchings with hand colouring, both published in 1806 by H.Humphrey, on wove, the first trimmed along the lower platemark, with small margins, 295 x 385mm (PL), the second trimmed inside the platemark, 241 x 342mm (PL) (2)
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