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George Stubbs

United Kingdom (1724 -  1806 ) Wikipedia® : George Stubbs
STUBBS George Two Hunters With A Young Groom And A Dog By A Lake

Christie's /Jun 30, 2016
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George Stubbs - A Horse Affrighted At A Lion

George Stubbs - A Horse Affrighted At A Lion

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Lot number: 22
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GEORGE STUBBS (british, 1724-1806) "A HORSE AFFRIGHTED AT A LION" 1788, Lennox-Boyd's second or third state of three, with thread margins (likely trimmed). Etching with roulette on wove paper. image: 8 7/8 x 12 3/8 in. (22.5 x 31.4cm) sheet: 8 15/16 x 12 1/2 in. (22.7 x 31.7cm) [Lennox-Boyd, 70; Taylor, 3] provenance: William Weston Gallery, London, United Kingdom. Jeffrey M. Kaplan, Washington, D.C. (acquired directly from the above in 1988)
George Stubbs - The Anatomy Of The Horse

George Stubbs - The Anatomy Of The Horse

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Lot number: 55
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Stubbs (George) The Anatomy of the Horse, title with errata slip on verso, complete with 24 plates, engravings on thick laid paper, title sheet with pale even browning, slight browning and occasional light spotting to other text leaves, fore- and lower sheet edges of text leaf [3] neatly restored, occasional light offsetting from plate to text or facing plate, some plates with a little fine spotting, later half-calf over contemporary plain blue paper boards, these with some staining and peripheral wear, oblong folio, [Brunet V, 571; Garrison and Morton 308.1; Mellon/Podeschi 57; Siltzer pp.259 and 269; Dingley Comben 600; Lennox-Boyd Stubbs, pp.165-188, Norman 2032], J. Purser, 1766. ⁂ Famously several years in gestation, from the late 1750s, in undertaking to produce these plates himself, Stubbs used this time to teach himself to engrave to a very high standard . It is understood that the text was all printed at the time of first issue, but that the plates were printed on demand over the years to come. Though there are examples printed on wove paper variously dated in watermarks from the 1790s to the 1820s, the Norman and Dingley Comben copies for instance, the fact of these plates being on laid paper, along with the presence of the errata slip, usually lacking in later issues, indicate this copy to be a good example of an early issue.
George Stubbs - Portrait Du Chien Blanc Du Vicomte Gormanston

George Stubbs - Portrait Du Chien Blanc Du Vicomte Gormanston

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Lot number: 66
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Clocks and Barometers +44 20 7293 5538 jonathan.hills@sothebys.com George Stubbs LIVERPOOL 1724-1806 LONDRES PORTRAIT DU CHIEN BLANC DU VICOMTE GORMANSTON GEORGE STUBBS ; VISCOUNT GORMANSTON'S WHITE DOG ; SIGNED AND DATED LOWER LEFT GEO. STUBBS PINXIT / 1781 ; OIL ON PANEL Signé et daté en bas Geo : Stubbs. Pinxit / 1781 Huile sur panneau
George Stubbs - Two Hunters With A Young Groom And A Dog By A Lake

George Stubbs - Two Hunters With A Young Groom And A Dog By A Lake

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Lot number: 14
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Lot Description George Stubbs, A.R.A. (1724-1806) Two hunters with a young groom and a dog by a lake signed and dated 'Geo: Stubbs / pinxit 1778' (lower centre) oil on mahogany panel 31 ¾ x 38 7/8 in. (80.4 x 98.9 cm.) in its original frame Provenance (Possibly) Mr Parker; his sale, Christie's, London, 4 July 1835, lot 101. (see J. Egerton, op. cit.) George Herbert, 5th Earl of Carnarvon (1866-1923), Highclere Castle, Hampshire; his sale, Christie’’’’’’’’s, London, 3 June 1918 [=5th day sale], lot 188 (290 gns. to Arthurton). Sir Edward Hulton (1869-1925), and by inheritance to his daughter-in-law, Mrs Edward Hulton, by 1951. with Frank Partridge & Sons Ltd., by 1957, from whom acquired by the present owner. Pre-Lot Text PROPERTY FROM AN IMPORTANT PRIVATE COLLECTION Literature B. Taylor, Stubbs, London, 1971, p. 211, figs. 78-79. J. Egerton, George Stubbs, Painter. Catalogue Raisonné, New Haven and London, 2007, p. 416, no. 209. Exhibited Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery, George Stubbs 1724-1806, 13 August-25 August 1951, no. 32, p. 16. London, Tate Gallery, on loan, c. 1955-6. London, Whitechapel Gallery, George Stubbs 1724-1806, 27 February-7 April 1957, no. 24, p. 17. London, Hayward Gallery; Leicester, Leicestershire Museum and Art Gallery; Liverpool, Walker Art Gallery, British Sporting Painting 1650-1850, 13 December 1974-25 May 1975, no. 49, p. 53. London, Tate Gallery and New Haven, Yale Center for British Art, George Stubbs 1724-1806, 18 October 1984-7 April 1985, no. 118, p. 160, illustrated. View Lot Notes >
George Stubbs - Selim, A Grey Hunter In A Paddock

George Stubbs - Selim, A Grey Hunter In A Paddock

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Lot number: 53
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George Stubbs, A.R.A. LIVERPOOL 1724 - 1806 LONDON SELIM, A GREY HUNTER IN A PADDOCK signed and dated, lower right: Geo: Stubbs pinxit / 1802. oil on canvas 81.3 by 101.6 cm.; 32 by 40 in. Provenance Walter Hutchinson (1887–1950); His sale ('The Hutchinson Collection of Important Sporting Pictures, Sold by Order of Messrs. Hutchinson & Co'), London, Christie's, 20 July 1951, lot 130; Acquired by the family of the present owners in the early 1950s; Thence by descent. Exhibited London, Hutchinson House, National Gallery of British Sports and Pastimes, 1948, no. 114. Literature J. Egerton, George Stubbs, Painter, New Haven and London 2007, p. 636 (listed under untraced paintings). Catalogue Note Unknown to Judy Egerton when she compiled her catalogue raisonée of Stubbs’’ paintings, other than the reference in Christie’’s 1951 sale catalogue, this picture was first recorded in the Hutchinson collection in 1948. Walter Hutchinson, proprietor of the publishing house Hutchinson & Co., was an important collector of British sporting art and founder of the National Gallery of British Sports and Pastimes, housed in Stratford Street, off Oxford Street. His remarkable collection included no less than twelve works by Stubbs, including the famous Gimcrack on Newmarket Heath. 1 Hutchinson’’s Magazine was a popular monthly periodical in the 1920s famous for publishing many of the ‘spook stories’’ of E. F. Benson, as well as serialising the work of Rider Haggard, Agatha Christie and D. H. Lawrence. In 1929 Hutchinson stopped publishing magazines to focus on books, and in 1930 first published H. G. Wells' The Bulpington of Bulp, inspired by the life of Ford Madox Ford. 1. London, Christie’’s, 5 July 2011, lot 12.
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