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1,146 item(s) found, 81-120 shown:
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John James Audubon (American, 1785-1851), 'Mallard Egret', chromolithograph by J Bien, visible paper size, 63 cm high, 91 cm wide. Provenance, The Schuster Gallery London from 'Audubon's Birds of America' Catalogue - Item 64
Malcolm Helsby, (1900-), the Railway station from Bank Street, Adelaide 1929 + Lamb Building, Inner temple London 1926 (2), each etching ed. 8/60, 12/55, each signed & dated lower right, 31 x 18 cm, 20 x 9.5 cm
John Charles Goodchild, (1898 - 1980) Britain, Australia, St Peters Cathedral, Adelaide + St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide (interior) (2), each etching ed. No.20/50, 22/40, each signed lower right, 15 x 18 cm, 18 x 16.3 cm
Livingstone (Hop) Hopkins, (1846-1927), Self portrait (head study) 1894 + Self portrait (full figure) + one other Excodus 34:20 (3), etchings late impressions ed. 1/25, one signed and dated in plate, 15 x 10 cm (2) 5 x 4 cm
A gilt framed copperplate engraving, entrance to the loggia at the Vatican, after the original by Raphael Sanzio d'Urbino (1483-1520), published in Rome between 1772 and 1777, after drawings by Cai (Gaetano) Savorelli (fl. 1750-1775) and architect Pet.
A pair of gilt framed copperplate engravings, fresco designs for the Vatican, after the originals by Raphael Sanzio d'Urbino (1483-1520) published in Rome between 1772 and 1777, engraver John Ottavini (1738-1808), after drawings by Cai Savorelli (fl.1750-1
A pair of gilt framed copperplate engravings, fresco designs for the Vatican, after the originals by Raphael Sanzio d'Urbino (1483-1520) published in Rome between 1772 and 1777, engraver John Ottavini (1738-1808), after drawings by Cai Savorelli (fl.17
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