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328 Watercolour Album. An early 19th century folio album of watercolours and drawings, compiled by Jane B. Campion, circa 1815-25, containing 32 various watercolours, wash and pencil drawings, including a small unsigned watercolour of Derwentwater, a large watercolour view captioned ‘Lake of Geneva from Nyon’, and inscribed W. Scott below the image, 6 small sepia wash vignette landscapes, 3 botanical watercolour studies by Emily Courthorpe, F. Courthorpe and Emily Skyring, a large watercolour of an English church by a lake, unsigned, a watercolour Rhine view, a large watercolour of the Piazza San Marco, Venice, pencil landscapes including one of Derwentwater Lake by J. Varley, dated 1822, a small pen, ink and wash landscape by Mrs Grey, a view of Rippington, a pencil drawing entitled From Molo di Gusta by G. Brunswell, and others by F. Campion, J. Burgess, etc., plus 21 various prints and engravings, including lithographs of Alowa House by M.C. Johnson, Brambletye House by E. Goring, 5 engraved views of Heidelberg, 5 lithographed English views, including Hotwells and Clifton by F. Nicholson after T. Hulley, a large colour aquatint of Staubbach and the Valley of Lauterbrun, and a colour lithograph of a volcanic island ‘discovered July 12th 1831 between the islands of Goria and Sicily, from an original drawing by M.W. Russell of HMS St. Vincent’, etc., oblong folio (285 x 415 mm, 11.2 x 16.25 ins)

327 Watercolour Album. An album of drawings and watercolours compiled by Emily Frances, Ridley Colborne, 1831, containing thirty-five watercolour and pencil landscapes, and other subjects, including nine watercolours: Castle of Borghett Lake Garda, by Colonel Cockburn, Connington in 1800/Connington in 1838/Connington in 1846, three botanical studies, two unsigned marine views, four sepia wash drawings (including Dover Castle by Colonel Cockburn), one oil on paper, and other pencil studies by Lady E. Steele, J Ridley, Julia Conyers, G. Montgomerie, and a good quality pencil study of shipping by the coast, inscribed Nizza, E. W. C., and dated Aug. 1849, contents partly loose, contemporary giltdecorated maroon fully morocco, some wear and rubbed to edges, 4to (240 x 210mm, 9.5 x 8ins) (1)





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