Lot 105: Bartolozzi (Francesco, 1727-1815)



2015-07-08 11:51:25

Lot 105: Bartolozzi (Francesco, 1727-1815). Queen Katharine's Dream, after Henry Fuseli, 1788, stipple engraving published by Thomas Macklin, April 4th 1788, no. 1 of the British Poets series, a good impression, with margins, 410 x 475mm (16.2 x 18.75ins) mount aperture, framed and glazed, together with Dido, after G. B. Cipriani, 1780, copper engraving on laid paper, published by John Boydell, January 1st 1780, some light spotting, sheet size 430 x 497mm (17 x 19.6ins), plus four large stipple engravings after Henry Bunbury, all published by Thomas Macklin for the Poet's Gallery, June 1st 1792, June 20th 1793, August 20th 1795 & May 10, 1799 (the supposed death of Imogen, by T. Cheesman, Prospero disarming Ferdinand by Bartolozzi, Dick the butcher & Smith the weaver seizing the Clerk of Chatham, by Coles & Margaret's Tomb, by Bartolozzi), a few marks and light marginal soiling, a few closed tears repaired, generally in good condition, and six similar large engravings from Boydell's Shakespeare Gallery, March 1st 1791-September 29, 1799 (Much Ado About Nothing, Act IV, Scene II, by Ogborne after Robert Smirke, Romeo & Juliet, Act I, Scene V, by G.S. and I.G. Facius after William Miller, Merry Wives of Windsor, Act V, Scene V, by Isaac Taylor after Robert Smirke, First Part of King Henry VI, Act II, Scene IV, by J. Ogborne after Josiah Boydell, Twelfth Night, Act V, Scene I, by Bartolozzi after William Hamilton, & Othello, Act V, Scene II, by W. Leney, after J. Graham), plus four others various, including John Hamilton Mortimer, Soldier's Funeral, etched by Robert Blyth, May 1, 1781, George Vertue, Caput, after A. Gordon, Richard Earlom, A Lady Reading, after Frans Boll, published by Boydell, November 1st 1775, and J. Vivares, A Study for the Basso relievo on the pedestal of the Statue of Apollo, published by W. Y. Ottley, May 1, 1812 (16) Dominic Winter's Fine Art & Antiques Auction July 2015 Thursday, 16th July 2015 Estimate: £200-300
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