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Category: All Categories: Arts: Original Works and Prints: Prints: Sporting
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Alken, Henry, 1785-1851. Harris, John, 1791-1873, engraver  
First Steeple Chace [sic. Chase] on Record / The Last Field Near Nacton Heath
Publisher: London, Ben Brooks, 1839.
Framed print, 35 x 42 cm. Plate 3; night scene, riders wearing white nightcaps on horses, jumping a wooden fence, one horse crashing through it; in the background several men have come off their horses and chase them. 1839. Inscription Content: Lettered above image with title and "Plate III", below image with an excerpt from 'The Sporting Review', No 1. January 1839, beginning "Cannon-ball, on his "gunpowder" horse challenging the champion...", and "Drawn by H. Alken / London Published March 1st. 1839, by R. Ackermann, at his Eclipse Sporting Gallery, 191. Regent Street./ Accomplished Smashers & a run upon the Bank." Wooden frame. Stock#PR006.

Appr.: | AUD 101.35 CAD 100.00 EUR 70.75 GBP 59.34 JPY 7,500.00 MXN 1,250.00 ZAR 1,071.43 

Purchase direct from: The Owl at the Bridge. Item number: PR006.
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Davis, Arthur Alfred.  
Print: 'IN FULL CRY'.
Publisher: Publisher unknown. No date..
Color photolithograph. Framed calendar top. 12' x 10' h. print with 11' x 8' image. Signed 'Arthur A. Davis 1894' with printed title ('Game To The Last') at the bottom center of the image. The original painting was titled "In Full Cry". The title on the print was not the title of the original painting. Arthur Alfred Davis was a British painter active between 1877 & 1905 and known best for his foxhunting scenes. 11 1/2' x 13 1/2' x 1' wide wooden frame with ornate, gilt-painted, molded gesso. The print is protected with an acid-free backing board over which is an old one-piece wood backboard. The Glass is old as evidenced by scattered tiny bubbles. Print is Fine (No defects). The gesso on the edge of upper right corner of the frame is chipped, a 1/4' x 1/8' edge chip in the gesso on the left side of the top of the frame o/w Very Good (minor signs of careful use with no significant defects). The contents of the frame were originally secured with nails holding the wooden backboard, but insertion of the acid-free mat raised the backboard above the back of the frame. This necessitated holding the contents with metal mending plates. See PHOTO. Note: Please email regarding shipping costs prior to ordering.

Appr.: | AUD 64.19 CAD 63.33 EUR 44.81 GBP 37.58 JPY 4,750.00 MXN 791.67 ZAR 678.57 

Purchase direct from: Henry F. Hain III. Item number: 83-0971.
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