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514* Laboureur (Jean Emile, 1877-1943). Le croquis sur le port, 1924, etching on paper, monogrammed in the plate, one of 108 proofs in the 2nd state, signed by the artist in black ink, plate size 99 x 70mm (3.8 x 2.75ins), framed and glazed

516* Lucas (David, 1802-1881). Salisbury Cathedral: Large Plate, 1837, reissued 1896, proof mezzotint on wove paper, re-issued by Henry Graves & Co. Ltd., 1896, without letters, image size 550 x 685mm (21.7 x 27ins), with margins, period black and gilt frame, glazed


See Shirley 39. (1)


515* Lucas (David, 1802-1881). Old Sarum (after John Constable), 1830, mezzotint on india laid paper, a trial proof before letters, before the reduction of the highlights on the shepherd’s crook, and beyond the trunks of the trees to extreme right, image size 140 x 214mm (5.5 x 8.4ins), plate size 185 x 250mm (7.2 x 9.9ins), mounted, together with Spring (after John Constable), 1830, mezzotint on thick wove paper, a later trial proof, with the slight reduction in size, lettered below ‘Spring, Painted by John Constable, R.A. Engraved by David Lucas’, image size 125 x 244mm (5 x 9.6ins), sheet size 282 x 429mm (11.1 x 16.9ins), mounted, plus one other proof after Constable by David Lucas of The Young Waltonians (or Stratford Mill), mezzotint on thick wove paper, without letters, some overall soiling Shirley 8g. (3)


517* Martin (John, 1789-1854). The Creation, Death of Abel, The Covenant (from Illustrations to the Bible), 1831-35, The Deluge, & Fall of Nineveh, 5 mezzotints on ivory wove paper, all proof impressions issued by John Martin (prior to the editions published by Charles Tilt in 1838 and 1839), with artist’s address and dates March 21st 1831, September 19th 1831, May 1st 1835, and one undated (without letters), good, strong impressions with contrast, image size 192 x 291mm (7.5 x 11.5ins), plate size 265 x 355mm (10.5 x 14ins), sheet size 270 x 398mm (10.6 x 15.4ins), with margins (principally to left and right sides), a few marks, and stitching holes to lower edge Campbell-Wees 92, 96, 97, 98 & 111. (5)



518* Mesquita (Samuel Jessuren de, 1868-1944). Fantasy: Elongated Figures and Heads in Profile (Fantasie: langgerekte figuren met aan weerszijden profielkoppen), 1922, etching on cream wove paper, a very good impression, printed with plate tone, signed in pencil lower right, plate size 156 x 300mm (6.2 x 11.8ins), with margins, framed and glazed

Lot 516

Van Es D92. (1)



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