William Heath

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HEATH William A Sketch Of The Row In Parliament Square

Rosebery's /Mar 19, 2013
350.39 - 467.18
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Pry Paul

 

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William Heath - The Sinking Of The Comet

William Heath - The Sinking Of The Comet

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Lot number: 570
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Description: WILLIAM HEATH (BRITISH, 1795-1840) THE SINKING OF THE COMET, 1825 Watercolor: 14 1/4 x 21 in. (sight) Framed; verso: Letter from the Maritime Information Centre describing the incident illustrated in the painting, Fine Arts Society PLC label, and Gallery of Country Sport Framing Label
William Heath - "caleb Quotem" And "master Dogberry"

William Heath - "caleb Quotem" And "master Dogberry"

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Lot number: 458
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Paul Pry (1795-1840) - Two coloured caricature engravings - "Caleb Quotem" and "Master Dogberry", 11ins x 8ins, published by Thomas McLean, London 1829, in later ebonised frames and glazed, early 19th Century English School - Engraved caricature - "Smuggling in High Life", 9.75ins x 15.5ins, published by W.N. Jones, London 1814, in Hogarth frame and glazed, and two... More Paul Pry (1795-1840) - Two coloured caricature engravings - "Caleb Quotem" and "Master Dogberry", 11ins x 8ins, published by Thomas McLean, London 1829, in later ebonised frames and glazed, early 19th Century English School - Engraved caricature - "Smuggling in High Life", 9.75ins x 15.5ins, published by W.N. Jones, London 1814, in Hogarth frame and glazed, and two Vanity Fair coloured lithographs
William Heath - Life Guards

William Heath - Life Guards

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Lot number: 154
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Description: William Heath - ````2nd Life Guards````, watercolour, signed, approx 44cm x 64cm, within a titled mount and gilt frame. Estimate: £400 - £600 * The description of the above lot by the auctioneer in the language of the auction is the governing description. Any translation using Google translate is a guide only - its accuracy cannot be guaranteed and it is used at your own risk.
William Heath - A Sketch Of The Row In Parliament Square

William Heath - A Sketch Of The Row In Parliament Square

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Lot number: 801
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Description: William Heath, British 1795-1840- "A Sketch of the Row in Parliament Square", "No Genius", "Morning, Noon, Night", publ. T McLean, 26 Haymarket; hand coloured etchings, three, 24.5x35.5cm, 22.2x33.2cm, 26x37.5cm: George I Cruickshank, British 1792-1878- "A Curious Junto of Slandering Elves", "A Party of Pleasure", "The Comforts of a... More William Heath, British 1795-1840- "A Sketch of the Row in Parliament Square", "No Genius", "Morning, Noon, Night", publ. T McLean, 26 Haymarket; hand coloured etchings, three, 24.5x35.5cm, 22.2x33.2cm, 26x37.5cm: George I Cruickshank, British 1792-1878- "A Curious Junto of Slandering Elves", "A Party of Pleasure", "The Comforts of a Cabriolet", publ. T McLean, 26 Haymarket, Aug 1st 1835; etchings, three, 25.5x35.5cm, 26x38cm, 26.5x40cm: Thomas Tegg, British 1776-1845- "The Bear and the Monkey preparing to attack the Turkey", publ. 10 Oct 1807; hand coloured etching, 25.2x38.5cm: Charles Williams, British act. 1797-1830- "Coblers of Fashion or Modish Pastime for 1803", publ. Feb 7th 1803, S W Fores, 50 Piccadilly; hand coloured etching, 25.3x42.6cm: Isaac Cruickshank, British c.1756-1811/16- "The Dwarf & the Giant or the Strong Lad of Brighton taking off the Princes Chum!", publ. Oct 5th 1795, S W Fores; hand coloured engraving, 26.5x37cm: Robert Dighton, British 1752-1814- "The Lady of the Lake"; etching, 26.3x20.5cm: together with a quantity of further 19th century etchings and engravings, some hand coloured, by and publ. by various hands, to include, "The March of Intellect", "Have Pity on a Poor Blind Man", "The City Glee", "Assembly of Old Bachelors" and others, (a lot), (unframed) Estimate: £300 - £400
William Heath - Two Battle Scenes

William Heath - Two Battle Scenes

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Lot number: 1397
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Sale 152 Lot 1397 * G.E. Madeley and William Heath Two Battle Scenes colored engravings 5 x 6 3/4 inches. Estimate $ 50-100 Back Lot Inquiry Bid Any condition statement is given as a courtesy to a client, is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. Leslie Hindman Auctioneers shall have no responsibility for any error or omission. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging.
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