Mainly circa 1775-1810, mostly with good margins, many with pencil references to Sunderland, largest approximately 460 x 390 mm. (18 1/8 x 15 3/8 in), all unframed, (47).
From the Catalogue
Includes: 'Bardolph' and 'Beatrice', two plates from 'Twelve characters from Shakespeare' 1775; Thomas Rowlandson's 'Boat in a storm at sea' from 'Imitations of Modern Drawings' circa 1760; the dedication frontispiece and three plates by Hamilton from 'Fifteen etchings dedicated to Sir Joshua Reynolds' 1778; 'Sleeping Monsters' 1780; 4 etchings by Joshua Haynes, Mortimer's pupil, after designs by Mortimer; 5 etchings by Lydia Bates, after Mortimer; 17 etchings by Robert Blyth, after Mortimer, including 'Rustick Dance', several of banditti, and numerous dramatic head studies, and 13 others including Valentine Green's mezzotint portrait of Mortimer's self-portrait, circa 1789.
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(Rowlandson) Reverend J. Burleigh James (19th century) [Lugt 1425]