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Thomas Rowlandson

United Kingdom (1756 -  1827 ) Wikipedia® : Thomas Rowlandson
ROWLANDSON Thomas Mrs. Clark Receiving A Bribe To Effect Promotion

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Mar 17, 2018
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Thomas Rowlandson - Mrs. Clark Receiving A Bribe To Effect Promotion

Thomas Rowlandson - Mrs. Clark Receiving A Bribe To Effect Promotion

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Lot number: 516
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Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) ''Mrs. Clark receiving a bribe to effect promotion'' Pen and ink and watercolour, reputedly a further study to the reverse depicting two boxers and an elegant lady, 20.5cm by 31cm See illustration Mrs. Clark was the mistress of the Duke of York. The drawing illustrates the scandal that was revealed when it was discovered that she had been receiving brides to aid promotion prospects.
Thomas Rowlandson - The Famous Soprano

Thomas Rowlandson - The Famous Soprano

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Sale 2469 Lot 4 THOMAS ROWLANDSON The Famous Soprano. Watercolor on wove paper mounted on card. 185x270 mm; 7 1/4x10 5/8 inches. Signed in ink, lower right recto. Ex-collection Chris Beetles Limited, London, with a copy of the original label; Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Washington, D.C.; private collection.
Thomas Rowlandson - The Afternoon Visit

Thomas Rowlandson - The Afternoon Visit

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Lot number: 167
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THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827) 'The Afternoon Visit', pen, ink and watercolour, 15 x 24cm Prov. With John Baskett Ltd, 173 New Bond Street, London Ex. Colln Gilbert Davis (Lots 158-170) A fine collection of etchings, drawings and watercolours until recently on loan to the Ashmolean Museum:   This intriguing collection of etchings, drawings and watercolours was gathered together by Jean and Bill Beale.  They lived beside the Thames at Chelsea in London through the nineteen sixties and seventies while Bill worked in the Foreign Office.   A birthday or a wedding anniversary meant a joyful trip to a central London art dealer to look, reflect and then purchase a drawing or watercolour.   Many were bought from New Bond Street art galleries like Colnaghi\\\’s, John Baskett and Richard Day, the renowned central London fine art specialists of this period.  This can be seen on the backing to the frames.   In later life the Beales moved to a village in Oxfordshire.  The subject matter of their pictures reflected their interest in rural England, the Thames and the highest standard of British and European drawing and watercolour painting.   In the 1990\\\’s the collection was placed on loan to the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, which has conserved their fine condition that makes them such a pleasure to look at today.   All but two are unframed but professionally re-mounted to museum specification, however the frames with their labels have been preserved and are sold in their respective lots
Thomas Rowlandson -  A Blowing Or Bunt...

Thomas Rowlandson - A Blowing Or Bunt...

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Lot number: 202
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Description: Attributed to Thomas Rowlandson (British, 1756-1827) A Blowing or Bunt... Unsigned, titled l.r., with a collector's stamp l.l. (see below). Ink and watercolor on paper, sight size 12 3/4 x 9 in. (32.5 x 22.7 cm), framed. Condition: Toning, not examined out of frame. Provenance: Purchased from F.R. Meatyard, London, in November of 1963, by George Wald, to the estate of George Wald, Cambridge, Massachusetts. N.B. The collector's stamp is that of Louis Deglatigny (1854-1936) of Rouen, France (Lugt, 1768a). The original bill of sale from F.R. Meatyard accompanies the lot. Property from the estate of George Wald.
Thomas Rowlandson - Philosophy Run Mad Or A Stupendous Monument Of Human Wisdom

Thomas Rowlandson - Philosophy Run Mad Or A Stupendous Monument Of Human Wisdom

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Lot number: 304
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Rowlandson (Thomas) Philosophy Run Mad or a Stupendous Monument of Human Wisdom, a wild-haired sans culotte sits on a throne teetering on a pile of broken pillars marked Humanity, Social Happiness, Religion and other subjects, surrounded by grotesque and violent allegories of Liberty, Equality, Peace and Plenty, original hand-coloured etching, 270 x 375mm., slight marginal browning, [BM Satires 8150] ; England Invaded, or Frenchmen Naturalized, French troops being mown down by English soldiers and citizens as they attempt to come ashore, their landing craft sinking in the background, original hand-coloured aquatint, 310 x 385mm., slight creasing and surface dirt, [BM Satires 9187], Ackermann, 1798; with 2 other Rowlandson satires from either end of the Napoleonic era, Any Thing Will Do For An Officer, depicting a diminutive figure in ill-fitting uniform, the verse below explaining men of such stature would disfigure the ranks, so were only fit to be officers, uncoloured, [not in BM Satires], S.W. Fores, 1796, and Peace and Plenty, soldiers flirt with buxom wenches at a coastal fort, original hand-colouring, [BM Satires 12259], Thomas Tegg, 1814 (4)
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