7 May 2009
Thomas Rowlandson (1756-1827)
Hunting scenes: The Meet; Full Cry; The Death of the Fox; and The Dinner
handcoloured aquatints with etching, proofs before title, published by T.Rowlandson, London, 1786-1788
S. 17¼ x 22in. (43.8 x 56cm.) (4)
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Siltzer, The Story of British Sporting Prints, p. 237.
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These prints are not proofs before titles as stated in the catalogue.
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