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Picturesque Sketches in Spain. Taken During the Years 1832 & 1833 by David Roberts.

David Roberts:

Editorial: : Hodgson & Graves, Printsellers to the King, 6, Pall Mall. Printed at C. Hullmandel?s Lithographic Establishment, 49, Great Marlborough Street. C. 1837., 1837
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Edition : First Edition. , Contemporary green pebble-grained cloth; expertly rebacked in quarter green gilt calf. Gilt title on upper board; spine with five bands, gilt label on two and compartments decorated with gilt ornamental designs., The plates are after sketches from David Roberts and lithographed by accomplished artists such as Allom, Gauci, Boys, L. Haghe and Cooper, including David Roberts. The plates are entitled as follows: Lithographed title: Entrance to the Chapel of Ferdinant and Isabella, 1: High Altar Seville Cathedral. 2: The Cathedral Seville. 3: Church of San Miguel, Xeres. 4: Seville Cathedral. 5: Church of San Jago Xeres. 6: Part of the Cathedral - Burgos. 7:Correo de los Morros Granada. 8: Gate of the Vivarrambla Granada. 9: The Fortress of the Alhambra. 10: On the Daro, Granada. 11: Cordova. 12: The Mosque Cordova 13: The Giralda Seville. 14: Chapel of the Nunnery of the Most Pure Virgin, at Carmona. 15: Chapel of Ferdinand and Isabella Granada. 16: Market Place Carmona 17: Entrance to Madrid the Gate of Alcala 18: Malaga, 19: Bridge of Toledo Madrid. 20: Cordova 1832, 21: Remains of a Roman Bridge on the Guadalquiver ? Cordova 22: The Escurial. 23: Porch of an Ancient Mosque Cordova 24: Gibraltar. 25: Bull Fight Seville.The Scottish painter David Roberts RA, 1796 ? 1864, is perhaps best known for his oil paintings and lithograph prints of the Near and Middle East after his visit to the region during 1838?1840. During the second part of the 1820s, and in addition to English and Scottish scenes, Roberts painted views of prominent buildings in France and the Low Countries. By 1829 he was working full-time as a fine artist, exhibited the ?Departure of the Israelites from Egypt?, in which his style first became apparent. In 1831, the Society of British Artists elected him as their president and finally, in 1832, he began his travels to Spain and Tangiers. He returned at the end of 1833 with a supply of sketches that he elaborated into attractive and popular paintings. The British Institution exhibited his Interior of Seville Cathedral in 1834? He executed a fine series of Spanish illustrations for the Landscape Annual of 1836. Then in 1837 a selection of his ?Picturesque Sketches in Spain? was produced using lithography thus creating the present first edition work. Abbey writes: ?He in fact worked on every stone, the figures in many of them being entirely in his own drawing; ?some? of the stones he erased entirely, so that the work took him seven months, instead of two. ? During this time, J.M.W. Turner managed to persuade him to abandon scene painting and devote himself to becoming a full-time artist. Thus, in 1838, Roberts started on his tour of Egypt, Nubia, the Sinai, the Holy Land, Jordan and Lebanon producing a vast collection of drawings and watercolour sketches. Roberts worked with lithographer Louis Haghe from 1842 to 1849 to produce illustrated plates from these sketches. In 1851 and 1853, Roberts visited Italy. His last volume of illustrations, ?Italy, Classical, Historical and Picturesque?, was published in 1859. Roberts executed, by command of Queen Victoria, a picture of the opening of the Great Exhibition of 1851. In 1858 Roberts was presented with the freedom of the city of Edinburgh. The last years of his life were occupied with a series of views of London from the Thames. , Size : Large folio (548x390 mm), Illustrated with tinted lithograph title depicting the entrance to the chapel, plus twentyfive (25) tinted lithographs of Spanish sceneries, including the palacial fortress in Granada., References : Abbey Travel 152: 'Roberts's first published set of views'; Burch p. 195, Martin Hardie p.247., Notes and list of drawings, blank verso, dedication leaf, titles of plates with names of lithographers; illustrated title, twentyfive (25) tinted lithograph plates. A rare, near fine example with plates fresh, clean and crisp. N° de ref. de la librería B5025

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Título: Picturesque Sketches in Spain. Taken During ...

Editorial: : Hodgson & Graves, Printsellers to the King, 6, Pall Mall. Printed at C. Hullmandel?s Lithographic Establishment, 49, Great Marlborough Street. C. 1837.

Año de publicación: 1837

Encuadernación: Hardcover

Edición: 1st Edition

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Alexandre Antique Prints, Maps & Books are specialist dealers in 15th to 19th century Prints, Maps and Books. The gallery is able to offer one of the largest selections of Prints and Maps available in North America. The business was founded in 1982 and has supplied Prints, Maps and Books to many private and public art collectors. It strives to present a friendly and helpful atmosphere to both expert and amateur collectors. The shop has grown considerably since its humble beginnings to an internationally respected firm. We exhibit at major map & book fairs in North America and Europe and are happy to organize presentations of materials for corporations, interior designers and individuals. We are always interested in purchasing collections or individual items of quality. Catalogues and lists are issued periodically and we would be delighted to have details of customers’ specific interests, so we can contact them when examples come into stock.

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