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Ansdell, Richard, R.A. 1815-1886:

Published by London Lock & Whitfield (1883)

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From: John L. Capes (Books) Established 1969 (STAITHES, United Kingdom)

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About this Item: London Lock & Whitfield, 1883. A Mounted Oval Woodbury Type Photograph of the celebrated Royal Academician. Born and educated in Liverpool. He became a prolific painter of animals and of Highland and Spanish scenes in the manner of Landseer. At his best he must be considered in the front rank of 19th century animal painters. Although the figures predominate in his pictures the surrounding landscape is equally well painted. He worked occasionally with Thomas Cressick, R.A., and etched a few plates of animals. He was a member of the Liverpool Academy and was elected President of it from 1837-1852. Seller Inventory # 1836

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Richard ANSDELL (1815-1885)

Published by 1860 (um) (1860)

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About this Item: 1860 (um), 1860. Größe der Darstellung: circa 19,8 x 26 cm, Untergrund: Kunstdruckpapier circa 25 x 32,8 cm. British Museum 1923.1112.122, Technik: Stahlstich. Sehr guter Druck mit breitem Rand. Dieser minimal fleckig und bestossen. Siehe scan. Stichworte: Ziegenhirt, Esel, Spanien, Pyrinäen 100g. Seller Inventory # 810133

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RICHARD ANSDELL [1815-1885] British Artist.

Published by Published by the Etching Club, 1865. 7in x 10in (1865)

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About this Item: Published by the Etching Club, 1865. 7in x 10in, 1865. Etching, on India Paper, numbered 5, from 'Selections of Etchings', a little foxing in surround, Kenneth Guichard in 'British Etchers 1850-1940' suggests that the image of the recumbent shepherd was inspired by Samuel Palmer's earlier 'Sleeping Shepherd'. Seller Inventory # RGW19228A

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ANSDELL, Richard.

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About this Item: (No place). 1p., 18.5 cm x 11.5 cm, dated "19th of March 1848" to, "My dear George". Embellished with a small drawing of an artist's palette and brush beside a girl wearing a plumed hat. Signed, "Rich Andsell". Richard Ansdell (1815-1885), English painter, best known for his animal and sporting pictures. Mailing folds, slight soiling, else very good. Seller Inventory # 13735

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About this Item: typographisch bezeichnet, betitelt und datiert; Owen Bailey London 1851 [Das altkolorierte und farbfrische Blatt leicht unfrisch und mit kleineren geglättetetn Knick- und Quetschfalten. The old coloured but as well colourfresh etching with some smaller smoothed kinckfolds and slightly soiled surface.]. Seller Inventory # 8681

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The Gardener s Daughter - large hand: Richard Ansdell; James

Richard Ansdell; James John Chant

Published by London, Henry Graves & Compny, 1857 (1857)

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About this Item: London, Henry Graves & Compny, 1857, 1857. Hand colored steel engraving after Richard Ansdell (* 11. Mai 1815 Liverpool; 19. April 1885 Farnborough, Hampshire). Lettered below the image in scratched lettering, with the title, and "London, Published by Henry Graves & Compny Dec. 1.st 1857, Printsellers to the Queen 6, Pall Mall". - (British Museum Registration number 1889,0517.24) - Engraved by J.J. Chant. Framed under glass in a 1920/30 wooden frame with gilded stucco overlay. 780 x 1020 mm, Formate ca.: Rahmen 87 x 110 cm; Blatt 78 x 102 cm; Platte 68 x 88; Motiv 60 x 78 cm., Blatt in schönem frischen Zustand. Farben frisch auf kräftigem Druck. Rahmen mit kleinen oberflächlichen Bestossungen. Gesamt in schönem Zustand. - In fine state. Colours fresh on strong print. Frame with slight bumps. 20000 gr. Seller Inventory # 15911

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ANSDELL, After Richard (1815-1885)

Published by Owen Bailey, London (1852)

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About this Item: Owen Bailey, London, 1852. Engraving, coloured by hand, by W.J. Davey (lower margin shaved with loss to title). A fine image of shooting on the moors: a keeper calls back a pointer and a retreiver who are approaching a wounded Blackcock. One from a series of six prints after Ansdell, all dealing with the shooting of various types of game, and all from original pictures owned by J.B. Neilson. Richard Ansdell was born in Liverpool "He was educated at the Bluecoat school, Liverpool, and, although attracted by art in youth, did not devote himself to it with a view to making it his profession till he was twenty-one. While in Liverpool he studied animal life in the country-side. His first appearance in London was in 1840, when two of his pictures, Grouse Shooting and Galloway Farm, were exhibited at the Royal Academy. There followed in 1842 an important historical picture, The Death of Sir William Lambton. His paintings from this time forward were very numerous. His success made it possible for him to travel, and between 1857 and 1860 his subjects were found in Spain. His earlier paintings show traces of Landseer's influence, and there are works of that period produced by Ansdell and Creswick together, the latter supplying the landscape, in which he excelled. His other collaborators were Mr. W. P. Frith, with whom he painted The Keeper's Daughter, and John Phillip, who helped with the Spanish pictures. Ansdell was honoured no less than three times with the Heywood medal, a gift awarded to the best pictures shown at the exhibitions in Manchester. In 1855 he received a gold medal at the Great Exhibition in Paris, the pictures which won it being The Wolf Slayer and Taming the Drove. He was elected A.R.A. in 1861, and R.A. in 1870. He exhibited in London galleries, mostly at the Royal Academy, as many as 181 works." ( DNB ). Mellon British Sporting and Animal Prints p.42. Seller Inventory # 5254

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THE WATERLOO COURSING MEETING: REYNOLDS, Samuel William

REYNOLDS, Samuel William after RICHARD ANSDELL (1815 - 1885)

Published by Thomas Agnew & Messrs. Ackermann, Manchester & London (1842)

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About this Item: Thomas Agnew & Messrs. Ackermann, Manchester & London, 1842. Engraved on heavy wove paper, sheet: 24 3/4 x 43 1/4 inches with publisher's blind stamp. A grand group portrait of a aristocratic coursing party near Liverpool The event was known as the Waterloo Cup Coursing Meeting, and it took place on the Sefton Estate at Altcar near Liverpool. Depicted among the participants are the Earl and Countess of Sefton, Lord Douglas and Lord Eglinton. A reviewer commented on the fine drawing of the greyhounds, and in fact the whole ensemble of sportsmen and women, horses and dogs are beautifully rendered by Ansdell. Richard Ansdell (1815-1885) was a native of Liverpool. He established himself as one of the best painters of country life and sport and soon had a national reputation. This led him to move to London in 1847 where he enjoyed continued success adding portraiture to his repertoire. Samuel William Reynolds, Jr. (1794-1872) was the son of and successor to S. W. Reynolds. They were both engravers of the highest order. Seller Inventory # 26233

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