Items in Category Etching

WINTER'S REIGN
WINTER'S REIGN
Set Title
DRYPOINT ETCHING
Set Comment

DRY POINT ETCHING IN PASSES-PARTOUT

Size
4 x 3 in
FISHING BOATS
FISHING BOATS
Set Title
FISHING BOATS
Item Comment

PAINTED BY JMV TURNER, ETCHED BY S. MYERS, Published Sept. 1886 by Raphael Tuck & sons, Fine Art Publishers 72.73 Coleman Street, City London and 298 Broadway

Artist
JMV TURNER, S. MYERS
Size
12 x 16 cm etching
no front title, man walks toward windmill in snow, woman follows, approaching wooden gate, red ribbon left IMPRESSED NRA
no front title, man walks toward windmill in snow, woman follows, approaching wooden gate, red ribbon left
Set Title
Greeting, series & groups, Impressed, DRY POINT ETCHING, no Royal attribution (KGV period), Christmas & New Year, Oversize
Set Comment

single fold, cover & inner sheet secured by ribbon. deckle edged
Tuck logo & RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS LTD impressed not printed on back of card
DRY POINT ETCHING impressed front
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Item Comment

inside right: THE BEST OF GOOD WISHES FOR CHRISTMAS AND THE NEW YEAR

Size
10.2 x 15.6 cm., oversize
STYMIED
STYMIED
Set Title
JAMIES DOBIE
Item Comment

marked as PROOF.
PAINTED BY W. DENBY SADLER, ETCHED BY JAMES DOBIE.
FROM THE ORIGINAL PICTURE IN THE COLLECTION OF SIR CHARLES WAKEFIELD J.P.

Artist
PAINTED BY W. DENBY SADLER, ETCHED BY JAMES DOBIE.
Size
impression 18 x 13 in., engraved area 15 x 10, framed size 25 x 21 in.
DEDHAM VALE, County Essex,
DEDHAM VALE, County Essex,
Set Title
John Constable
Item Comment

A plate published September 1st 1886 by Raphael Tuck & Sons, Fine Art Publishers 72, 73 Coleman St, City London and 298 Broadway, New York. Etching by S Myers from an original work by Constable. John Constable, RA (11 June 1776 – 31 March 1837) was an English landscape painter in the naturalistic tradition. Born in Suffolk, he is known principally for his landscape paintings of Dedham Vale, the area surrounding his home – now known as "Constable Country" – which he invested with an intensity of affection. "I should paint my own places best", he wrote to his friend John Fisher in 1821, "painting is but another word for feeling".

Artist
John Constable, etched by S.Myers
Size
19 x 24 cm, 7.5 x 9.5 in.
THE CORNFIELD, boy drinks from pool, dog herds sheep down a tree lined lane into a cornfield
THE CORNFIELD, boy drinks from pool, dog herds sheep down a tree lined lane into a cornfield
Set Title
John Constable
Item Comment

A plate published September 1st 1886 by Raphael Tuck & Sons, Fine Art Publishers 72, 73 Coleman St, City London and 298 Broadway, New York. A boy has paused from the thirsty work of herding sheep at noon to lie flat on the bank of a pool and drink its cool water. This vision of a Suffolk/Essex lane in high summer was painted in January to March 1826 in Constable’s studio in London. The lane winding into the cornfield is based on Fen Lane, along which Constable had often walked as a boy from his own village of East Bergholt to Dedham, where he attended school. The lane still exists but the countryside shown beyond it was largely invented.

Artist
John Constable, etched by S.Myers
Size
19 x 24 cm, 7.5 x 9.5 in.
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP 329
THE OLD CURIOSITY SHOP
Set Title
various etchings
Item Comment

EDITION LIMITED TO 350 ARTIST'S PROOFS PLATE TO BE DESTROYED

Artist
ORIGINAL ETCHING BY W. MELVILLE
Author
Charles Dickens
Size
23 x 15 cm.
Trafalgar square 329
no images for this item
Set Title
various etchings
Item Comment

Guarantee Tuck & sons Ltd Artist Proof

Artist
ALFRED J BENNETT
Size
11.5 x 15 in
YE FOURE ETCHYNGES 5000
YE FOURE ETCHYNGES
Set Title
YE FOURE ETCHYNGES
Item Comment

etchings BY MAIFER H. CRICKMORE AFTER THE ORIGINALS IN YE NATIONAL CALLERIES, PAINTED BY SIR AUGUSTUS CALCOTT, R.A.
subjects include THE WOODEN BRIDGE, A DUTCH FERRY, OLD PIER, LITTLEHAMPTON, THE RETURN FROM MARKET
PUBLISHED SEPT 1 ST., 1885

Artist
MAIFTER H. CRICKMORE, SIR AUGUSTUS CALCOTT, R.A.