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272 WILLES (Ed., 1723-1787).

Three-quarter length, seated, in robes, book resting on knee held by left hand.

Large stipple engraving by Heath after Thos. Gaingborough.

Size 19 by 14% inches, inscription (margin only). 1792.
Fine impression.
Member of Parliament. Judge of Court of King's Bench.

£4 45

273

Another Impression. In Print State.

£2 IOS

274 WINDHAM (Right Hon. Wm., 1750-1810).

Half length, in square border, wig, high collared coat, white cravat, coat buttoned, curtain behind.

Large mezzotint by J. Jones after Sir Joshua Reynolds.

Size 20 by 14 in., full uncut margins.
Fine impression. 1792.

£6 6s Eminent Statesman. M.P. for City of Norwich. Secretary of War under

Pitt for seven years.

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275

Another Portrait.

Whole length, standing, white neckerchief, plain dark dress, pillar in background, church spire in distance.

Large mezzotint by 8. W. Reynolds after J. Hoppner.
Size 25 by 15 inches, with margins. 1804.

£4 155

276 YORKE (Henry Redhead, 1772-1813).

To knees, standing, directed and facing slightly right, white neckerchief, white waistcoat, coat with high collar, seal hanging from fob, right fingers on papers on table to left, left arm raised, pillar and curtain in background.

Fine mezzotint by S. W. Reynolds after J. R. Smith.
Size 19] by 13% inches, margins. 1796.
Brilliant impression.

£4 48 Political Writer. Was imprisoned for conspiracy, sedition, and libel.

PART II.

Celebrated Artists.
The sizes given are (where possible) to plate mark.

277 BARTOLOZZI (Fran., 1786-1815).

In oval, short half length, in profile, to left, wig, dark coat; engraved border with tablet and emblematic figures under.

Line engraving by Bouilliard after Violet.
Size 143 by 10 inches, with margins. 1797.
Proof impression.

18s Famous Engraver. One of the Original Academicians at the Founding of

Royal Academy.

278 BELLA (Stefano Della, 1614-1664).

Half length, long hair, left hand raised, cloak.
Line engraving, by Hollar after Stocado.
Size 64 by 43 inches. Circa 1660.

Painter and Engraver.

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279 BERCHEM (Nicolaas, 1620-1683).

Portrait of, to waist, hat with broad brim, long hair, dark coat, both hands holding open sketch book, porte crayon between thumb and finger of right hand.

Large and very fine mezzotint by Chas. Turner after
Rembrandt.

Size 20 by 16} inches, with margins. Circa 1820.
Most brilliant impression in proof state, before any letters.
(SEE ILLUSTRATION, No. XXII.)

£45 Famous Painter and Etcher, born at Haarlem. His landscapes are superior to any painter of his country, except his contemporary, Jan Both.' - BRYAN.

280 BLAKE (William, 1757-1827).

Three-quarter length, holding crayon in right hand.
Line engraving by Schiavonetti after Phillips.
Size 141 by 10 inches.
Proof on India paper. 1808.

16s Poet and painter; illustrated Young's “Night Thoughts” and produced

designs for Divina Commedia.”

281 BORCHT (Henry Van, 1583-1660).

Half length, long hair, cloak.
Original line engraving by Meyssens after Hollar.
Size 63 by 4 inches. 1650.

IOS 6d Painter and Engraver. 282 BOURGUIGNON-GRAVELOT (Hubert Francois, 16991773).

Bust portrait in circle in square border.
Engraving by J. Mussard.
Size 5} by 7} inches.

8s 6d French Engraver.

283 BUNBURY (Henry, 1750-1811).

Three-quarter length, seated, crayon in right hand, holding drawing of his “Long Minuet,” trees behind.

Large and fine oval stipple engraving by Ryder after
Lawrence.

Original impression in brown.
Size 164 by 12 inches, with margin. 1789.

Eminent Artist and Caricaturist.

£3 35

284 CARLINI (A.), F. BARTOLOZZI, and G. B. CIPRIANI.

Three-quarter lengths.

Carlini standing on left, edged vest, right hand holding mallet, in centre Bartolozzi sitting, plain dress, left hand on portfolio of prints, right hand over, holding graver ; Cipriani sitting on right, plain dress, right hand holding brush, with which he has sketched a female figure on canvas, supported on easel, in background, left hand holding palette and brushes.

Large and fine mezzotint by J. R. Smith after G. F.
Rigaud.

Size 18 by 19] inches, with margins. 1778.
Brilliant Impression in First State.
(SEE ILLUSTRATION, No. XXIII.)

£15 155 A. Carlini, Painter and Sculptor, died 1790; F. Bartolozzi, Engraver and

Painter, 1725-1815; G. B. Cipriani, Artist and Etcher, 1727-1785. 285 CHAMBERS (Sir Wm., 1726-1796).

Half length, in oval, own hair, collar open at throat, frill.
Mezzotint by Houston after Cohen.
Size 15 by 11 inches, with margins. 1772.
Proof Impression before Title.

£4 45 Famous Architect.

286 COSWAY (Richard, 1740 1821).

Full length, standing, hat with feather, cloak, etc., with
MARIA COSWAY, his wife.

Full length, in fashionable dress, pearls, etc., dog at her feet.
Stipple engraving by Thew after R. Cosway.

Fine Impression.

Small folio. (1780.)

Eminent miniature painter.

287 COX (David, 1793-1859).

Nearly full length, seated.
Very fine mezzotint.

Brilliant India proof before all letters, full margin.

£4 4s

36s

Large folio. Circa 1870.

Eminent Water-colour Painter.

288 CRUIKSHANK (George, 1792-1878).

Three-quarter length, seated at a table, on which are books and papers, his right arm resting on back of chair, curtain in background.

Size 10 by 8 inches. Circa 1820.

Very finely executed drawing in pencil and water-colour, by himself.

289 DUCHANGE (Gaspard, 1662-1757).

(SEE ILLUSTRATION, No. XXIV.)

£15 155

A beautiful example of the work of this famous Artist and Caricaturist.

Bust portrait in circle, with square border.
Engraved by N. Dupios.
Size 5 by 74 inches.

French Engraver.

Early mezzotint engraving by W. Faithorne.

Size 12 by 9 inches. Circa 1670.

8s 6d

290 FLATMAN (Thomas, 1633-1688).

Three-quarter length, standing, directed to front, facing and looking towards left, long hair, cravat tied round throat, dark dress, right elbow leaning on scroll on base of pillar to left, left hand holding open roll with shield of arms and coronet; mountain and buildings in distance to right.

Poet and Painter.

£6 6s

Brilliant impression in proof state, with the roll of paper blank-it afterwards had the head of Charles I. thereon. This is probably the Engraver's (W. Faithorne) earliest print.

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