Horses 1; .


Horses by Wouwerman & Cavendish etc

There will also be pics of horses on the Sporting pages, Howitt etc








Caprioles a Gauche / Capriolen Lincts / Gallop to the left
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery so way way cheaper than the French or English edition  soft crease will press left corner




Caprioles a Droite
 By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery crease a tad more obvious





"Demÿ-air parle Droite" 47
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£65 inc delivery **Condition poorly printed with area missed so uber cheaper**4





 Courbettes sur le Voltes a gauche 55
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery marginal toning and wrinkling




Courbettes sur le Voltes a gauche 56
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery



courbettes en arrières sur les voltes a Droite 1
 By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery some wear to plate








courbettes en arrières sur les votes a Droite 63
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery



Courbettes en arrières sur les voltes a Gauche  69
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery






Courbettes du Cote a Gauche /67
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery





Croupade par la droite 48
 By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery wear and mark in centre on fold, in wash lined mount








Courbettes de ferme  a ferme a droite 54
 By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£105 inc delivery worn plate

 


Erupaden Linctus
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£55 inc delivery




Cettes Branches et Mords  Tirent en Haut/ Horse Bits
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£85 inc delivery




Halbe
By William Cavendish, duke of  Newcastle,  sold in the Uk as "A general system of horsemanship. Méthode et invention nouvelle de dresser les chevaux",  A politician, soldier, and devoted Royalist, William Cavendish fought for Charles I during the English Civil War. He established a riding school in Antwerp with several Barbary horses obtained in Paris, and in 1657, published his revolutionary and influential work on equestrian training techniques, 'La Methode et Invention nouvelle de Dresser les Chevaux'.   The engravings are made after designs by Abraham van Diepenbeeck, by seven different printmakers (Cornelis van Caukercken, Peter Clouet, Pieter de Jode II, Theodoor van Kessel, Peeter van Lisebetten, Adriaen Lommelin and Lucas Vorsterman the Younger). Vorsterman made fourteen plates. The work was originally published in French, in Antwerp in 1658 under the title Methode et Invention nouvelle de dresser les Chevaux . ** These are from the first German edition of the book on horsemanship this had text in two columns, in German and French. Titles also in German and French  Published by Johann Michael Spörlin für Johann Zieger und Georg Lehmann / Jean Sieger & George Lehmann, Nuremberg (1700) This edition is mainly two to a page and slightly smaller page size  Condition centre fold as issued all whole page  **£95 inc delivery some marks









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