William Say

(17681834 ) - Artworks
SAY William The Prince Of Wales's Loyal Volunteers, Preparing For The Grandreview By His Majesty

Christie's /Feb 25, 2009
1,350.74 - 2,026.11
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William Say - The Prince Of Wales's Loyal Volunteers, Preparing For The Grand Review By His Majesty

William Say - The Prince Of Wales's Loyal Volunteers, Preparing For The Grand Review By His Majesty

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Lot number: 175
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William Say (1768-1834), after Michael W. Sharp The Prince of Wales's Loyal Volunteers, preparing for the Grand Review by his Majesty, October 28th, 1803 mezzotint on wove paper, extensively handcoloured with watercolour and gouache, trimmed on plate mark, published by M.Sharp, London, 1805 unframed S. 21½ x 31¾in. (54.5 x 80.7cm.) Lot Notes Here we see a representation of the Prince of Wales's Loyal Volunteers preparing to be reviewed by the King on Friday 28th October 1803 in Hyde Park. The day was unusually dark and foggy both before and immediately after the review, but at 10 o'clock, as the King arrived on the parade ground the weather cleared and remained so for three hours during the whole of the review.
William Say - Portrait Of Sir Sidney Smith

William Say - Portrait Of Sir Sidney Smith

Original 1802
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Lot number: 37
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WILLIAM SAY 1768-1834 PORTRAIT OF SIR SIDNEY SMITH (1764-1840) 2,500—3,500 GBP Mezzotint printed in colour and finished by hand after Robert Ker Porter, 1802, with margins, some plugged-holes touched in with ink, small tears along lower edge of sheet, thin spots and surface dirt mainly in the lower margin; with Charles Turner, Portrait of Sir Alexander Inglis, Lord Cochrane, mezzotint after G.E.Stroehling, 1809; with Edward Bell, Portrait of Captain George Westcott (1753-1798), mezzotint, 1799; and Maria Cosway, Portrait of Sir Sidney Smith, etching, 1797 (unexamined out of frames) Sir Sidney Smith entered the navy in 1777 reaching the rank of Vice-Admiral in 1810. He performed great feats of heroism in his early years, but by the end of his career his reputation was largely believed to be unjustified. Lord Cochrane was the son of Thomas Cochrane, 8th Earl of Dundonald. He joined the navy at a young age, eventually rising to the rank of Post Captain in 1782. He was appointed as Rear-Admiral of the White in 1805, and fought in the Battle of San Domingo, the second fight against survivors of Trafalgar. He fought in the American War of 1812, and his last naval appointment was as Commander-in-Chief at Plymouth in 1821. He is buried in Pere-Lachaise cemetery. Captain Westcott rose through the ranks to become Lieutenant with which rank he served on the Victory. He later joined the Impregnable as Flag-Captain. He later travelled to the West Indies on the Majestic which was one of the ships sent to the Mediterranean to join Nelson. In the battle of Abu Qir Bay in 1798 he was shot throught the throat and died. Lord Collingwood wrote of him that he was 'A good officer and a worthy man'.
William Say - After Arthur William Devis , 'viscount Curzon - A Portrait', Engraving, 54cm X 39cm, Framed

William Say - After Arthur William Devis , 'viscount Curzon - A Portrait', Engraving, 54cm X 39cm, Framed

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Lot number: 367
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WILLIAM SAY (1768-1834), after Arthur William Devis (1763-1822), 'Viscount Curzon - a portrait', engraving, 54cm x 39cm, framed.
William Say - The Prince Of Wales's Loyal Volunteers, Preparing For The Grandreview By His Majesty

William Say - The Prince Of Wales's Loyal Volunteers, Preparing For The Grandreview By His Majesty

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Lot number: 1207
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William Say (1768-1834), after Michael W. Sharp The Prince of Wales's Loyal Volunteers, preparing for the GrandReview by his Majesty, October 28th, 1803 mezzotint on wove paper, extensively handcoloured with watercolourand gouache, trimmed on plate mark, published by M.Sharp, London,1805 unframed S. 21½ x 31¾in. (54.5 x 80.7cm.) Lot Notes Here we see a representation of the Prince of Wales's LoyalVolunteers preparing to be reviewed by the King on Friday 28thOctober 1803 in Hyde Park. The day was unusually dark and foggyboth before and immediately after the review, but at 10 o'clock, asthe King arrived on the parade ground the weather cleared andremained so for three hours during the whole of thereview.
William Say - Portrait Of John Willis, Md Of Greatford, Lincolnshire

William Say - Portrait Of John Willis, Md Of Greatford, Lincolnshire

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Lot number: 3
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Mezzotint, plate 65 x 44.5cm (25½ x 17½in), in a burrwood veneer frame.
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