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Thomas Rowlandson

United Kingdom (1756 -  1827 ) Wikipedia® : Thomas Rowlandson
ROWLANDSON Thomas  A Village Dance

Christie's /Jul 5, 2017
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Thomas Rowlandson - Pulling On His Boots

Thomas Rowlandson - Pulling On His Boots

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THOMAS ROWLANDSON (british 1756-1827) PULLING ON HIS BOOTS Pencil on paper Sheet size: 7 3/8 x 4 7/8 (18.7 x 12.4cm) provenance: Christie's, sale of June 7, 1985, New York, New York, lot 00207 (per label verso). Freeman's, sale of October 11, 2012, lot 96. Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. together with: CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19th century) A SHEEP GRAZING Signed with initial and dated 'H/1864' bottom right, charcoal heightened with white chalk on tan paper Sheet size: 6 7/8 x 8 3/4 in. (17.5 x 22.2cm) (2) provenance: Freeman's, sale of October 11, 2012, lot 96. Private Collection, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. 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 Freeman's Conditions of Sale.
Thomas Rowlandson -  The Tour Of Doctor Syntax

Thomas Rowlandson - The Tour Of Doctor Syntax

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Rowlandson, Thomas (Combe, William) The Tour of Doctor Syntax, In Search of the Picturesque. A Poem. Fith edition with new plates. London, R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 1820. Mit 1 handko. Vignette und 29 handkolorierten Aquantinta-Tafeln. (2), III, (I), 276 S., (2) Brauner Halbmaroquin mit Maroquinecken, Fileten und RVergoldung (minimal berieben). Fünfte um neue Tafeln erweierte Ausgabe. - Minimal gebräunt. - Schönes kraftvolles Kolorit der Aquatinten.
Thomas Rowlandson - The Bishop And His Clark, Or A Peep Into Paradise

Thomas Rowlandson - The Bishop And His Clark, Or A Peep Into Paradise

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Rowlandson (Thomas) The Bishop and his Clark, or a Peep into Paradise, satirising the scandal of Mary Ann Clark, the mistress of the Duke of York, himself titular Bishop of Osnabruck, selling commissions and bishopricks to persons she favoured, original hand-coloured etching, 350 x 245mm., slight surface dirt, [BM Satires 11227], Thomas Tegg, 1809; with a group of others on the unfolding story, The York Sparring Match, being M.A. Clarke's first set to, [BM 11233], Bishop O'Blarney's Flight to Ireland with Mrs Clarke, [BM 11275], Rowlandson's Doctor O'Meara's Return to his Family after Preaching before Royalty, [BM 11295] , and Burning by Contract or the fate of the Loves of Frederick and Mary Ann, [BM 11321, attributed there to Isaac Cruikshank, but this copy inscribed and signed by George Cruikshank 'not by any of the Cruikshank family'], (5)
Thomas Rowlandson -  A Village Dance

Thomas Rowlandson - A Village Dance

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Thomas Rowlandson (London 1756-1827) A village dance with signature 'T. Rowlandson' (lower right) pencil, pen and brown ink and watercolour 9 x 14 ¾ in. (22.8 x 37.5 cm.) Rowlandson was clearly engaged by rural life. He was a frequent visitor to his friend Matthew Mitchell's home in Cornwall and made sketching tours around England and to Wales. However, the present vivacious watercolour is directly inspired by Rubens' monumental painting, The village fête, or The village wedding (Louvre, Paris). Painted in 1635-8, when the artist was at the height of his powers, it entered the collection of Louis XIV in 1685 and subsequently proved influential on the later generation of French artists including Watteau. Rowlandson was influenced both by Rubens' work directly, as well as by the French school of painting. The various dancing figures and embracing couples that curve around Rowlandson's watercolour are taken directly from the painting, although in reverse and the musicians raised above the crowd is similar. It is possible that Rowlandson would have seen the painting during one of his visits to Paris, however, the fact that the composition and figures are in reverse, indicate that it is more likely that Rowlandson would have known the subject from an engraving. Provenance with Leger Galleries, London.
Thomas Rowlandson - The Sketch Made On The Tour Is Reproduced In Wigstead

Thomas Rowlandson - The Sketch Made On The Tour Is Reproduced In Wigstead

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Lot number: 399
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THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827) Wigstead and Rowlandson breakfasting at Egham, signed, watercolour, 17 x 26cm The work with a typed note verso printed 'The sketch made on the Tour is reproduced in Wigstead's Book' 'A Tour in a post chaise' 1784. The sketch in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery San Marino California has 'Please Your Honours Remember Your Post Boy'
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