Thomas Rowlandson

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ROWLANDSON Thomas A Horse Sale At Hopkins' Repository, London

Sotheby's /Jan 28, 2015
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Thomas Rowlandson - Senza Titolo

Thomas Rowlandson - Senza Titolo

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THOMAS ROWLANDSON (British, 1756-1827) Fine Art Three hand-colored etchings (all framed) Two printed by Thomas Tegg, London Largest: 9 5/8" x 13 3/4" (sight) Condition Report: "Rural Sports or Game at Quoits", "Procession of the Cod Company from St. Giles to Billingsgate", "Defrauding the Customs or Shipping of Goods not Fairly Entered" DISCLAIMER Rago Unreserved is an “as-is, where-is” absolute auction. No returns. Condition reports are provided upon request. The absence of a condition report does not imply that there are no condition issues with the lot. If you would like additional information, please call (609) 397-9374, fax condition report requests to (609) 397-9377 or e-mail them to info@ragoarts.com. Our specialists will respond to requests as quickly as possible. Condition reports are rendered as specialist opinion by the staff of the Auction House and/or independent consultants and not as statements of fact. We do not guarantee the content of written or verbal condition reports. Please be patient. We get many requests and we make every effort to respond to all of them in a timely fashion. The Auction House is not liable or responsible for any errors or failure to do so.
Thomas Rowlandson - Crimping A Quaker

Thomas Rowlandson - Crimping A Quaker

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After Rowlandson (1756-1827) 'Crimping a Quaker' Hand coloured engraving 34cm x 24.5cm Antique & Later Furnishings Thursday 26 March 2015, 10.00am Bristol Saleroom 2 Baynton Road Bristol (Ashton) BS3 2EB Viewing Wednesday 25th March 10.30am - 6.00pm Morning of sale from 9.00am
Thomas Rowlandson - A Vessel Being Driven Towards Lanherne Rocks

Thomas Rowlandson - A Vessel Being Driven Towards Lanherne Rocks

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Thomas Rowlandson (British, 1756-1827) A vessel being driven towards Lanherne Rocks, St Mawgan, Cornwall pen, sepia ink and watercolour h:14.50 w:23.50 cm Provenance: With Bernard Squire, London; With Leonard Duke; From the collection of Philip Goodman. A similar drawing is in the Huntington Library and Art Collection in San Marino, California Condition appears fine.
Thomas Rowlandson - A Horse Sale At Hopkins' Repository, London

Thomas Rowlandson - A Horse Sale At Hopkins' Repository, London

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Thomas Rowlandson LONDON 1756 - 1827 A HORSE SALE AT HOPKINS' REPOSITORY, LONDON Pen and gray ink and watercolor 233 by 342 mm; 9 1/4 by 13 1/4 in Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Sale, Newmarket, Tattersall's (unknown sale date); with Colnaghi, London; Arthur James Bartram 'Jim' Kiddell (1895-1980), to whom presented by the partners of Sotheby's, London, upon his 65 th birthday, thence by family descent The present drawing is a fine example of Thomas Rowlandson’’s never-ceasing interest in the depiction of everyday life. Surrounded by a dense crowd, Mr Hopkins stands on a rostrum conducting a horse auction. By 1777 Hopkins was placing advertisements in London newspapers, stating that he had a regular ‘supply of fresh horses’’ and that he was holding auctions at the ‘Bull and Gate Inn Yard Livery Stables and Repository’’ in High Holborn. 1 By 1783 he was trading opposite Dean Street, High Holborn and by 1787 he had moved to the ‘Red Lion Yard’’, facing Dean Street. His last sale seems to have taken place in 1792 and it may have been at around this time that Rowlandson created the present work. There is another watercolor showing a sale at Hopkins’’ in the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven. 2 The present work was once owned by 'Jim' Kiddell, who worked at Sotheby’’s between 1921 and 1979. He became a partner of the firm in 1945 and was hugely respected for his expertise in fields as diverse as pottery, porcelain, glass, oriental art, furniture and carpets. 1. The Daily Advertiser, 1 December 1777, Issue 146512. J. Riely, Rowlandson, Drawings from the Paul Mellon Collection, London 1975, p. 53, no. 75
Thomas Rowlandson - Punch Cures The Gout

Thomas Rowlandson - Punch Cures The Gout

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Lot Description Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827) Punch cures the gout (recto) and Two figures with horse and cart (verso) inscribed 'Punch cures the Gout the Vapours and the Tysic[?]/and tis to all Men the very best of Physic-' (upper centre) pencil, pen and ink and coloured wash on paper 4 x 6½ in. (10.2 x 16.5 cm.) Lot Condition Report I confirm that I have read this Important Notice and agree to its terms. View Condition Report
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