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(i) A great Stream from a Petty-Fountain, or John Bull swamped in the flood of new Taxes, Cormorants Fishing in the stream; (ii) Comprising Uncorking Old Sherry; (iii) Harpyes defiling the Feast; (iv) German Luxury, or Repos a l'Allemande; (v) A Witch, upon a Mounts Edge, Vide Fuzelli; (vi) Governor Wall's Ghost!; (vii) The Bear and his Leader; (viii) Malagrida, driving Post; (ix) Venus a la Coquelle, or the Swan-sea Venus; (x) Clearing a five Bar Gate and Hounds

James Gillray-(i) A great Stream from a Petty-Fountain, or John Bull swamped in the flood of new Taxes, Cormorants Fishing in the stream; (ii) Comprising Uncorking Old Sherry; (iii) Harpyes defiling the Feast; (iv) German Luxury, or Repos a l'Allemande; (v) A Witch, upon a Mounts Edge, Vide Fuzelli; (vi) Governor Wall's Ghost!; (vii) The Bear and his Leader; (viii) Malagrida, driving Post; (ix) Venus a la Coquelle, or the Swan-sea Venus; (x) Clearing a five Bar Gate and Hounds-1808

Sell Through Rate: 100%

Artwork:
(i) A great Stream from a Petty-Fountain, or John Bull swamped in the flood of new Taxes, Cormorants Fishing in the stream; (ii) Comprising Uncorking Old Sherry; (iii) Harpyes defiling the Feast; (iv) German Luxury, or Repos a l'Allemande; (v) A Witch, upon a Mounts Edge, Vide Fuzelli; (vi) Governor Wall's Ghost!; (vii) The Bear and his Leader; (viii) Malagrida, driving Post; (ix) Venus a la Coquelle, or the Swan-sea Venus; (x) Clearing a five Bar Gate and Hounds
Size:
Sheet 29.5 x 42 cm
Edition Size :
n/a
Medium :
Etching with hand colouring on wove paper; together with 10 etchings with hand colouring by the same hand throwing off, on various papers
Creation Year:
1808
Category :
Print-Multiple
Artwork Details :
Set of 11

Christie’s London

Date:
2016-05-19
Lot Number :
63
Low Estimate :
$2,880[-10%]*
High Estimate :
$4,330[-40%]*
Hammer Price :
$2,600
Sold For :
$3,250*
Notes :
Each published by H Humphrey, London, in generally good condition