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William Purser

(1790 -  1852 )
PURSER William View Of Constantinople With Camels Watering And Travellers On Atrack In The Foreground

Christie's /Jun 4, 2008
5,118.32 - 7,677.49
8,690.98

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William Purser - The Gulf Of Salamis, Greece

William Purser - The Gulf Of Salamis, Greece

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Lot number: 298
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William Purser (1789-1852)
The Gulf of Salamis, Greece
signed 'W.Purser' (lower right), and inscribed 'The Gulf of Salamis. W.Purser.a.mf.-' on the reverse
pencil and watercolour on paper heightened with gum arabic on paper
8 x 11¾in. (20.3 x 29.8cm.)
with two bound green morocco volumes of The Works of Lord Byron with Notes and Illustrations, Vol I and II (3)
The Gulf of Salamis, The Works of Lord Byron with Notes and Illustrations, London, Vol. II facing pp. 265
William Purser - The Ducal Palace, Venice

William Purser - The Ducal Palace, Venice

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Lot number: 454
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William Purser (Christ Church, Surrey 1789-1852 ?)
The Ducal Palace, Venice
signed and inscribed 'The Ducal Palace/Venice/W. Purser' (verso)
pencil and watercolour with gum arabic, heightened with touches of bodycolour and with scratching out
8 7/8 x 11¾ in. (22.5 x 29.8 cm.)
with Frost and Reed, London.
Probably London, Royal Academy, 1830, no. 564.
William Purser - Spectators At A Falls

William Purser - Spectators At A Falls

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Lot number: 15
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William Purser (c. 1790-c. 1852), British

SPECTATORS AT A FALLS

Watercolour; signed lower right

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Early 19th Century British

LANDSCAPE WITH CASTLE RUIN,

Watercolour; unsigned possibly by the same artist

Sight 6.75" x 4.75", 17.10 cm x 12.10 cm

William Purser - View Of Constantinople With Camels Watering And Travellers On Atrack In The Foreground

William Purser - View Of Constantinople With Camels Watering And Travellers On Atrack In The Foreground

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Lot number: 7
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William Purser (1789-1852)
View of Constantinople with camels watering and travellers on atrack in the foreground
inscribed 'Constantinople/where the Great Gun/of those daysenabled/the Mussulmans [sic] to effect/its conquest by/batteringdown the walls' (on the reverse)
pencil and watercolour, with gum arabic
17 7/8 x 24 in. (45.4 x 61 cm.)
William Purser - Aurungabad, From The Ruins Of Aurungzebe's Palace

William Purser - Aurungabad, From The Ruins Of Aurungzebe's Palace

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Lot number: 416
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William Purser (1789-1852)
Aurungabad, from the Ruins of Aurungzebe's Palace (from a Sketch by Capt. Grindlay)
watercolour on paper
9 x 12in. (22.8 x 30.4cm.)
Engraved
by C.F. Hunt in Grindlay's Scenery, Costumes and Architecture, chiefly on the Western side of India, London, 1830, pl. 28.
Lot Notes
'... Aurungabad is still famous for its manufacture of silks, and gold and silver brocades and tissues, and for its gardens, fruits, and vegetable productions of every kind.

'The annexed view was taken, in 1813, from the interior of the hall of Aurungzebe's palace. The wall extending across the front surrounds a quarter projecting from the northern angle of the city, and called Begumpoora, or the Lady's Quarter, after a daughter of Aurungzebe, who is buried there, and of whose tomb the cupola and minarets are seen a little to the right of the centre.' (R.F. Grindlay, op. cit.).
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