George Hunt

(18541933 ) - Artworks
HUNT George  East Cliff Brighton

Christie's /Mar 20, 2012
353.71 - 471.61
976.90

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George Hunt - Trolling For Pike

George Hunt - Trolling For Pike

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Lot number: 522
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George Hunt, British fl. early-mid 19th century- 'Trolling for Pike' after James Pollard; hand-coloured aquatint, publ by John Moore, 1 West St., St Martin's Lane, 34.5x44cm: Edward Joseph Cherry FRSA, British 1886-1960- Doorways in a courtyard; etching, signed in pencil, 12.2x17cm: together with three chromolithographs after George Morland entitled 'The Dairy Farm', 'Children Bird Nesting' and 'The Thatcher', various sizes, two reproduction prints after Richard Park Bonington entitled 'Coast of Picardy' and after Canaletto entitled 'City of London From the Terrace of Richmond House', ea. publ The Medici Society Ltd, London, various sizes and one ink drawing after John Scott entitled 'Cowes Castle, Isle of Wight' after Paul Sandby RA, 5.5x8.5cm, (8), (may be subject to Droit de Suite) £100-150 Antique & Collector's Auction 13 July 2013
George Hunt - Waterloo Bridge, New Lion Brewery And Shot Tower

George Hunt - Waterloo Bridge, New Lion Brewery And Shot Tower

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Lot number: 376
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George Hunt, British fl.1820-1845- 'Waterloo Bridge, New Lion Brewery and Shot Tower' 1836, after Francis Calcott Turner; hand coloured aquatint, 38x61cm: Charles Heath, British 1785-1848- 'A View of Richmond Hill', after Thomas Holland, publ. Aug. 1823 by T C Holland, London; hand coloured engraving, 40.5x56cm: William Daniell RA, British 1769-1837- 'Windsor Castle from the River' 1820; hand coloured aquatint, 34.5x55cm: Richard Reeve, British 1803-1889- 'Royal Residencies - St. James', after Charles Wild, publ. A Dry, London, July 1 1819; hand coloured aquatint, 24x29.5cm: Thomas Sutherland, British c.1785-c.1820- 'Royal Residencies - Quadrangle, Hampton Court', after William Westall, publ. by W H Pyne, London, June 1 1819; hand coloured aquatint, in near matching frames, 24x29.5cm, (5)
George Hunt - Perspective View Of Oriental Place, West Cliff, Brighton

George Hunt - Perspective View Of Oriental Place, West Cliff, Brighton

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Lot number: 1510
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Lot 1510 George Hunt c.1825 coloured aquatint, Perspective view of Oriental Place, West Cliff, Brighton, c1825, I.O.B. 1216, 9 x 16.25in. Estimate £200-300 Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. 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. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.
George Hunt -  East Cliff Brighton

George Hunt - East Cliff Brighton

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Lot number: 304
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George Hunt (mid 19th Century) East Cliff Brighton, storm approaching; Brighton Chain Pier, in a storm; The Battery, Brighton; Pavilion, Brighton; Marine Parade, Brighton; Brighton Suspension Pier; Ireland's Royal, Brighton Gardens; Brighton New Church; The Temple, the seat of T.R. Kemp Esq, Brighton; and General View of Kemp Town handcoloured aquatints, published by C.& R. Sickelmore, Brighton S. 12½ x 19in. (31.7 x 48.2cm.) (10)
George Hunt - "tipperary Boys"

George Hunt - "tipperary Boys"

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Lot number: 613
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George Hunt, British, early-mid 19th century& James R MacKrell, British, mid 19th century- "Tipperary Boys", "Tipperary Melody", "Tipperary Glory" and "Tipperary 'Killing no Murder", from Moore's ally Ho! To The Sports, publ by J W Moore 1 & 2 Corner of West St Upper St Martins Lane Jan 12th 1852; hand-coloured aquatints, four, in matching parcel gilt and ebonised fames, 47x65cm., ea., (4)
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