My Account View cart Back to Home
Search:    Go >  
Search the Inventory About Binding/Restoration Manuscripts and Prints Contact Us
Search Results
Results for: category: [x] PRINTS PAGE
Showing: 51 - 75 (of 195)
Results per page:
51.
Print of Redshank Eggs from Eggs of British Birds. William C. Hewitson.

Print of Redshank Eggs from Eggs of British Birds

John Van Voorst, Paternoster Row, 1856. A leaf from from William Chapman Hewitson's work, Coloured Illustrations of the Eggs of British Birds. Hewitson was a British naturalist, born on January 9, 1806 in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and died on May 28, 1878. A wealthy collector, this naturalist was particularly devoted to the Coleoptera and the Lepidoptera and also to bird's nests and eggs. Hewitson completed the drawing and coloring for each plate. The print method is Lithograph on woven, heavy stock, hand colored. Size of Print is 210 x 130 mm or approximately 8 3/8 x 5 1/4 inches. Archivally matted. #44599. Fine.
[Book #27213]
Add to Cart
Price: $60.00
52.
[Original Art] Portrait of George Arliss by Lloyd Hoff. Lloyd Hoff.

[Original Art] Portrait of George Arliss by Lloyd Hoff

1928. Original Illustrations. An attractive original ink drawing on paper by Lloyd Hoff of the head of famous British actor, George Arliss. It is signed by both the artist and the subject. Arliss writes: “‘They flatter me’ Shylock in The Merchant of Venice / George Arliss.” Hoff signed the portrait as “Hoff / From Life 11-3-28.” Hoff was a well-known illustrator who did the art for two Beerbohm parodies privately printed by the Hart Press, founded in California by James D. Hart. In fine condition. 8 1/2 x 10 inches. ART/090611. Fine.
[Book #25277]
Add to Cart
Price: $350.00
53.
Map of Lost Things (print). Susannah Horrom.

Map of Lost Things (print)

Towson, MD: Susannah Horrom, 2014. Paperback. Limited to 25 copies. Initialed and numbered by the artist. First trade edition. A detailed drawing of a creature that is filled with "lost things" such as keys, phones, pets, money, flashlights, time, weight, and even Atlantis. This drawing was created as part of a collaborative project sponsored by the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Guild of Bookworkers. The first printing of this map was issued exclusively for other participants in the Atlas Project 2014 in an edition of 40. From the artist's statement: "I lose things all the time. I put down a pen, sewing needle, phone, etc. - turn my head for a second - and BAM - gone. Sometimes these mysterious disappearances are due to my clepto cats, but are largely inexplicable. What is taking my eyeglasses, spare change, flashlights, postage stamps, and half of my socks? My husband? Aliens? or more likely - a giant worm-dragon-monster that lives underground and sends up tentacles to steal my stuff..." This trade edition is inkjet printed on archival paper from the original pen and ink drawing. Includes card with artist's statement and brief biography. 8.5 inches x 21 inches. PRI/123114. Fine.
[Book #27921]
Add to Cart
Price: $15.00
54.
William Morris Broadside. Incline Press, William Morris.

William Morris Broadside

Incline Press, (2010). Limited to 50 copies. A quote from William Morris: "My work is the embodiment of dreams in one form or another" printed in black with red floral decorations. Printed by Graham Moss at the Incline Press. Fine.
[Book #24260]
Add to Cart
Price: $25.00
55.
Owl Print from The Birds of North America. Theodore Jasper.

Owl Print from The Birds of North America

Columbus, Ohio: Jacob H. Studer & Co. 1878. The Birds of North America by Theodore Jasper, A.M., M.D. Printed in Columbus, OH by Jacob H. Studer and Co., 1878. Plate number XCV featuring 1. American Lanier, 2. – 5. Owl, 6. Harris Finch, 7. Oregon Snow-bird. Archivally matted. #41700. Fine.
[Book #27094]
Add to Cart
Price: $225.00
56.
Leaf from the Kelmscott Chaucer. Kelmscott Press, Geoffrey Chaucer, essay John Windle.

Leaf from the Kelmscott Chaucer

Hammersmith: Kelmscott Press, 1896. This is an original leaf from the Kelmscott Press masterpiece, The Works of Geoffrey Chaucer, accompanied by an essay by the bookseller John Windle on its commercial history. The leaf is from a disbound and dispersed damaged copy and was presented by Windle in a paper portfolio in 1994 as a keepsake to members of the Colophon, Roxburghe, and Zamorano Clubs. The folio-sized leaf is from pages 215-216, “The Persouns Tale.” There is no illustration, but there are one large and twelve small decorated initials. The leaf is in very good condition except for a bit of rubrication (red ink text) bleed through on the two shoulder titles and one section heading, and a little rippling along top edge. The first page of the accompanying essay is decorated with a Burne-Jones illustration and woodcut borders reproduced from the Chaucer. The essay includes a chart comparing auction prices of the Chaucer to three other notable books, 1966-1993, are on the three other pages. MOR/110414. Very Good.
[Book #27825]
Add to Cart
Price: $650.00
57.
Etching of "The Drummer" M. J. Artist Lawless.

Etching of "The Drummer"

c. 1859. A handsome small etching of a man drumming by the Victorian artist Matthew James Lawless (1837-1864).Frederick Smallfield (1825-1915). Smallfield was a Victorian artist best known as a watercolor painter. He was a member of the Junior Etching Club, whose members included Millais, Whistler, and Tenneil. They produced a number of anthologies with their works. This etching was done as an illustration for a poem titled "The Drum" included in the anthology Passages from Modern English Poets. Image is 4 x 6 inches and is printed on paper measuring about 11 x 16.5 inches. Some spotting, creasing and soiling not affecting the etching. Very good. ORIG/012015. Very Good.
[Book #27976]
Add to Cart
Price: $35.00
58.
Black Baza. Francois Levaillant.

Black Baza

1799. This is a leaf from Histoire Naturelle de Oiseaux d'Afrique, Levaillant's most important work. This is a comprehensive description of the birds of South America based upon his own personal experiences. Many of the birds that Levaillant claimed to have inhabited Africa later were proven not to be native to the continent. Print method is Engraving and hand colored on paper, measuring 345 x 260mm. or approximately 16 x 10 1/4 inches. Archivally matted. #48222. Very Good.
[Book #27255]
Add to Cart
Price: $225.00
59.
Changeable Hawk-Eagle. Francois Levaillant.

Changeable Hawk-Eagle

Paris: Delachaussee, 1799. This is a leaf from Histoire Naturelle de Oiseaux d'Afrique, Levaillant's most important work. This is a comprehensive description of the birds of South America based upon his own personal experiences. Many of the birds that Levaillant claimed to have inhabited Africa later were proven not to be native to the continent. Print method is Engraving and hand colored on paper, measuring 345 x 260mm. or approximately 16 x 10 1/4 inches. Archivally matted. #48223. Very Good.
[Book #27251]
Add to Cart
Price: $225.00
60.
Orchid: Linden Lindenia Orchid Print from Iconographic des Orchidees. Jean Linden.

Orchid: Linden Lindenia Orchid Print from Iconographic des Orchidees

1885. Linden Lindenia Orchid, Jean Linden (1817-1898), was a famed orchid hunter, organizing many trips to hunt orchids in their native habitats all over the world, and importing over a thousand species back to Belgium. Along with Conrad Loddiges in England, they published the superb work, Iconographic des Orchidees, in two parts. This print is from the first series published from 1885-1894. The framed print measures 10 1/2 x 14 inches. #43393. Fine.
[Book #27116]
Add to Cart
Price: $370.00
61.
Mezzotint Landscape - Scene by the Sea. Claude Lorrain.

Mezzotint Landscape - Scene by the Sea

John Boydell and Hurst, Robinson & Co. 1777. Claude Lorrain was an artist of the Baroque era who was active in Italy, and is admired for his achievements in landscape painting. These Mezzotint engravings are after his original designs in the Collection of His Grace the Duke of Devonshire. Richard E. Arlom, a highly respected English mezzotint engraver, executed these prints in the manor and taste of the drawings. Print method is Mezzotint engraving on heavy stock paper, measuring 268 x 410 mm. or approximately 10.5 x 16.25 inches. Archivally matted. #49644. Fine.
[Book #27241]
Add to Cart
Price: $225.00
62.
Mezzotint Landscape - Sea with Ships. Claude Lorrain.

Mezzotint Landscape - Sea with Ships

John Boydell and Hurst, Robinson & Co. 1777. Claude Lorrain was an artist of the Baroque era who was active in Italy, and is admired for his achievements in landscape painting. These Mezzotint engravings are after his original designs in the Collection of His Grace the Duke of Devonshire. Richard E. Arlom, a highly respected English mezzotint engraver, executed these prints in the manor and taste of the drawings. Print method is Mezzotint engraving on heavy stock paper, measuring 268 x 410 mm. or approximately 10.5 x 16.25 inches. Archivally matted. #49693. Fine.
[Book #27240]
Add to Cart
Price: $225.00
63.
Print of a Black Breasted Red Game Cock from the Illustrated Book of Poultry. Joseph Williamson Ludlow, illustrator.

Print of a Black Breasted Red Game Cock from the Illustrated Book of Poultry

1890. A leaf from The Illustrated Book of Poultry, by Lewis R. Wright. This series of poultry lithographs, popularly known as Cassell's Book of Poultry, are illustrated by Joseph Williamson Ludlow, and is regarded as the most desirable of the English poultry books. Contains beautiful chromolithograph examples of the purebred fowl praising the owner, by implication, and listing, where appropriate, the cup or ribbon won. Print method is Lithograph on heavy stock, measuring 270 x 210 mm. or approximately 10 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches. Archivally matted. #48242. Very Good.
[Book #27238]
Add to Cart
Price: $175.00
64.
Print of a Pair of Creve-Coeures from the Illustrated Book of Poultry. Joseph Williamson Ludlow, illustrator.

Print of a Pair of Creve-Coeures from the Illustrated Book of Poultry

London: 1890. A leaf from The Illustrated Book of Poultry, by Lewis R. Wright. This series of poultry lithographs, popularly known as Cassell's Book of Poultry, are illustrated by Joseph Williamson Ludlow, and is regarded as the most desirable of the English poultry books. Contains beautiful chromolithograph examples of the purebred fowl praising the owner, by implication, and listing, where appropriate, the cup or ribbon won. Print method is Lithograph on heavy stock, measuring 270 x 210 mm. or approximately 10 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches. Archivally matted. #48238. Very Good.
[Book #27237]
Add to Cart
Price: $175.00
65.
Print of Indian Game Hens from The Illustrated Book of Poultry. Joseph Williamson Ludlow, illustrator.

Print of Indian Game Hens from The Illustrated Book of Poultry

1890. A leaf from The Illustrated Book of Poultry, by Lewis R. Wright. This series of poultry lithographs, popularly known as Cassell's Book of Poultry, are illustrated by Joseph Williamson Ludlow, and is regarded as the most desirable of the English poultry books. Contains beautiful chromolithograph examples of the purebred fowl praising the owner, by implication, and listing, where appropriate, the cup or ribbon won. Print method is Lithograph on heavy stock, measuring 270 x 210 mm. or approximately 10 3/4 x 8 1/4 inches. Archivally matted. #48247. Very Good.
[Book #27239]
Add to Cart
Price: $100.00
66.
British Birds - Cole Tit. Alexander Francis Lydon.

British Birds - Cole Tit

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. Second Edition. This print comes from the six volume work, A History of British Birds, written by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitats. Morris was prolific in his authorship of Natural History books and articles. Alexander Francis Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Print method is Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color Plate printed on one side, blank on reverse. Print measures 220 x 125 mm or approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Leaf measures 243 x 144 mm or approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46368. Very Good.
[Book #27216]
Add to Cart
Price: $75.00
67.
Print of a Blue Tit from A History of British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Blue Tit from A History of British Birds

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally natted. #46370. Fine.
[Book #27178]
Add to Cart
Price: $100.00
68.
Print of a Buzzard from A History of British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Buzzard from A History of British Birds

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46336. Fine.
[Book #27179]
Add to Cart
Price: $85.00
69.
Print of a Erne from A History of British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Erne from A History of British Birds

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46332. Fine.
[Book #27181]
Add to Cart
Price: $115.00
70.
Print of a Golden Eagle from A History of the British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Golden Eagle from A History of the British Birds

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46333. Fine.
[Book #27187]
Add to Cart
Price: $115.00
71.
Print of a Kite from A History of British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Kite from A History of British Birds

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46339. Fine.
[Book #27180]
Add to Cart
Price: $115.00
72.
Print of a Merlin from A History of British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Merlin from A History of British Birds

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46345. Fine.
[Book #27184]
Add to Cart
Price: $85.00
73.
Print of a Rough-Legged Buzzard from A History of British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Rough-Legged Buzzard from A History of British Birds

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46337. Fine.
[Book #27186]
Add to Cart
Price: $100.00
74.
Print of a Sparrow-Hawk from A History of British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Sparrow-Hawk from A History of British Birds

London: Bell & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46349. Fine.
[Book #27182]
Add to Cart
Price: $115.00
75.
Print of a Spotted Eagle from A History of British Birds. Alexander Francis Lydon.

Print of a Spotted Eagle from A History of British Birds

London: Bel & Daldy, 1870. This print comes from the six-volume work, A History of British Birds, 2nd edition, authored by Rev. Francis Orpen Morris, a prolific author of natural history books and articles. This work is comprised of some of the most accurate drawings and information about British birds and their habitat. Alexander Lydon was one of Morris's principal engravers, contributing much in technique and design. A team of women colorists under very strict scrutiny hand colored each plate. The prints are presented on a greenish tan or biscuit color background, which is associated with the earliest printings of these books. Woodcut (Xylographic) engraving with superb original hand color plate printed on one side, blank on reverse, Print measures approximately 8 3/4 x 4 7/8 inches. Size of Leaf measures approximately 9 5/8 x 5 5/8 inches. Archivally matted. #46334. Fine.
[Book #27183]
Add to Cart
Price: $95.00

Prev 25

Next 25
 
© 2006-2017, The Kelmscott Bookshop |  Home |  Site Map |  Terms of Sale |  Privacy Policy |  Site by Bibliopolis
ILAB-LILA ABAA Go Back Home