Antique Prints Engravings  By J.M.W Turner

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The son of a London barber, Joseph Mallord William Turner 1775 - 1851 is generally acknowledged to be the most creative and perceptive artist that Britain has ever produced. By the age of 13 he had already been admitted to the Royal Academy Schools and a year later was exhibiting his first watercolours at the Academy. By 24 he was an associate member. A master with watercolors and with oils, Turner is celebrated for his innovative treatment of light on a wide range of landscape subjects. Later works such as "Snow Storm: Steam Boat off a Harbor's Mouth" make it clear why many view him as an important precursor to the imminent Impressionists and modern abstract art. All are large full plate images very crisp and clean from a disbound book.. His Topographic pics will also be listed on the appropriate county page. but also appear here for convenience 

Margate

Thomas Goff Lupton (September 3, 1791 - May 18, 1873) was an English mezzotint engraver and artist, who engraved many works by Turner and other notable British painters of the 19th century.Originally published 1825, one of  6 plates by Lupton after Turner, which were published with the title "Views of tbe Ports of England", and  reissued in 1856nad later in 1877 , with six more by Lupton, as "The Harbours of England", with text by John Ruskin. . On heavyweight paper with strong platemark.. Size 22.5 x 17 cms including title, plus good margins. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1877.The series remained unfinished when Turner died in 1851 and some of the more important harbours of England are thus not present. The harbours illustrated are those of Dover, Ramsgate, Catwater, Plymouth, Margate, Falmouth, Sidmouth, Deal, Portsmouth, Sheerness, Whitby and Scarborough.  £30 x 2




Plymouth

Thomas Goff Lupton (September 3, 1791 - May 18, 1873) was an English mezzotint engraver and artist, who engraved many works by Turner and other notable British painters of the 19th century.Originally published 1825, one of  6 plates by Lupton after Turner, which were published with the title "Views of tbe Ports of England", and  reissued in 1856nad later in 1877 , with six more by Lupton, as "The Harbours of England", with text by John Ruskin. . On heavyweight paper with strong platemark.. Size 22.5 x 17 cms including title, plus good margins. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1877.The series remained unfinished when Turner died in 1851 and some of the more important harbours of England are thus not present. The harbours illustrated are those of Dover, Ramsgate, Catwater, Plymouth, Margate, Falmouth, Sidmouth, Deal, Portsmouth, Sheerness, Whitby and Scarborough.  £30



Catwater

Thomas Goff Lupton (September 3, 1791 - May 18, 1873) was an English mezzotint engraver and artist, who engraved many works by Turner and other notable British painters of the 19th century.Originally published 1825, one of  6 plates by Lupton after Turner, which were published with the title "Views of tbe Ports of England", and  reissued in 1856nad later in 1877 , with six more by Lupton, as "The Harbours of England", with text by John Ruskin. . On heavyweight paper with strong platemark.. Size 22.5 x 17 cms including title, plus good margins. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1877.The series remained unfinished when Turner died in 1851 and some of the more important harbours of England are thus not present. The harbours illustrated are those of Dover, Ramsgate, Catwater, Plymouth, Margate, Falmouth, Sidmouth, Deal, Portsmouth, Sheerness, Whitby and Scarborough.  £30 x 2


Sidmouth

Thomas Goff Lupton (September 3, 1791 - May 18, 1873) was an English mezzotint engraver and artist, who engraved many works by Turner and other notable British painters of the 19th century.Originally published 1825, one of  6 plates by Lupton after Turner, which were published with the title "Views of tbe Ports of England", and  reissued in 1856nad later in 1877 , with six more by Lupton, as "The Harbours of England", with text by John Ruskin. . On heavyweight paper with strong platemark.. Size 22.5 x 17 cms including title, plus good margins. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1877.The series remained unfinished when Turner died in 1851 and some of the more important harbours of England are thus not present. The harbours illustrated are those of Dover, Ramsgate, Catwater, Plymouth, Margate, Falmouth, Sidmouth, Deal, Portsmouth, Sheerness, Whitby and Scarborough.  £30






Scarborough
Thomas Goff Lupton (September 3, 1791 - May 18, 1873) was an English mezzotint engraver and artist, who engraved many works by Turner and other notable British painters of the 19th century.Originally published 1825, one of  6 plates by Lupton after Turner, which were published with the title "Views of tbe Ports of England", and  reissued in 1856nad later in 1877 , with six more by Lupton, as "The Harbours of England", with text by John Ruskin. . On heavyweight paper with strong platemark.. Size 22.5 x 17 cms including title, plus good margins. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1877.The series remained unfinished when Turner died in 1851 and some of the more important harbours of England are thus not present. The harbours illustrated are those of Dover, Ramsgate, Catwater, Plymouth, Margate, Falmouth, Sidmouth, Deal, Portsmouth, Sheerness, Whitby and Scarborough.  £30

 



Dover
Thomas Goff Lupton (September 3, 1791 - May 18, 1873) was an English mezzotint engraver and artist, who engraved many works by Turner and other notable British painters of the 19th century.Originally published 1825, one of  6 plates by Lupton after Turner, which were published with the title "Views of tbe Ports of England", and  reissued in 1856, with six more by Lupton, as "The Harbours of England", with text by John Ruskin. . On heavyweight paper with strong platemark.. Size 22.5 x 17 cms including title, plus good margins. London: Smith, Elder, & Co., 1877.The series remained unfinished when Turner died in 1851 and some of the more important harbours of England are thus not present. The harbours illustrated are those of Dover, Ramsgate, Catwater, Plymouth, Margate, Falmouth, Sidmouth, Deal, Portsmouth, Sheerness, Whitby and Scarborough.  £30x 2

Abingdon

Antique engraved print published from Picturesque Views in England and Wales. From Drawings by J.M.W. Tuner, engraved under the superintendence of Mr. Charles Heath with descriptive and historic illustrations by H.E. Lloyd. Two Volumes. London: Published for the Proprietor, by Longman, Orme, Brown, Green, and Longmans, Paternoster Row. (1825-38). Folio Sized

 The ninety-six engravings which made up Turner's Picturesque Views in England and Wales were issued by Charles Heath and Robert Jennings and Co. between the years 1827 and 1838. In the first published state on folio sheets of laid India paper, only sixty impressions of each were issued according to contemporary advertisements; of these thirty were sold together with their preliminary outline etchings. The history of the series is extremely interesting; originally engravings were to be published in serial form, consisting of one hundred and twenty views of cities, seaports, abbeys, castles and waterways. Charles Heath and the firm of printsellers, Jennings and Co., who - and this should have been a warning to Turner - had been unable to maintain a steady relationship with any one publisher during a period of about ten years. Turner was paid £30 for each of the drawings and it was agreed that once they were engraved Heath could sell them to provide further income.

By the end of 1825 however the inevitable crash followed the great economic boom with s uch disastrous effect that nearly eighty banks throughout the country were forced to close. In spite of this, publication of the Picturesque Views continued and in 1829, Turner had been travelling around the country, returning with, amongst others, some thirteen sketches which were later developed for the series.

The venture was proving expensive and beyond the means of Jennings whose share was sold to Moon, Boys and Graves in 1831. Heath was failing to find further subscribers and was also running into financial difficulties. By 1838, Longman's, who had taken over a half-share in the venture from Moon, Boys and Graves, decided that it was doomed financially. They had issued the finished engravings in two volumes at a reduced price but there was still little response, so to avoid further losses the series was terminated. Heath was financially ruined and sold off much of his personal collection to settle his debts. Then Longman's, in an attempt to recoup their losses, put up at auction all the copper plates together with the remaining stock of prints. At the last minute the whole collection was bought privately by Turner himself for £3000, allegedly to prevent the plates falling into the hands of the reprint bookseller, H.G.Bohn. Abingdon

PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND by JMW Turner published in London:by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, et al, 1826, 1826. Engraved by W. B. Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers. 48 full page engravings and 31 engravings in the text.A complete set of these plates originally issued in 16 parts between 1814 and 1826 as these are all unbound folio these plates are presumed to be from the earlier part work set ie sold loose in paper to be sent to your own binder. All in exceptionaly good order ; full page on very heavy rag paper ( almost card) with occasional odd foxing marks to the margin . . average 2 to a page ! All have the descriptive text included . . .size 45 x 23 cm £25 each post included



Lands End
PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND by JMW Turner published in London:by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, et al, 1826, 1826. Engraved by W. B. Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers. 48 full page engravings and 31 engravings in the text.A complete set of these plates originally issued in 16 parts between 1814 and 1826 as these are all unbound folio these plates are presumed to be from the earlier part work set ie sold loose in paper to be sent to your own binder. All in exceptionaly good order ; full page on very heavy rag paper ( almost card) with occasional odd foxing marks to the margin . .£25 each post included. . . this is a smaller version imgae 22 x 14 plus titles + margin

 tinted copy; not as  shown


Falmouth harbour
PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND by JMW Turner published in London:by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, et al, 1826, 1826. Engraved by W. B. Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers. 48 full page engravings and 31 engravings in the text.A complete set of these plates originally issued in 16 parts between 1814 and 1826 as these are all unbound folio these plates are presumed to be from the earlier part work set tinted mounted not as per pic



Watchet
PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND by JMW Turner published in London:by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, et al, 1826, 1826. Engraved by W. B. Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers. 48 full page engravings from a later edition on polished paper ; full page on very heavy rag paper  . .size 45 x 23 cm £20 each post included, mounted

Corfe Castle
PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND by JMW Turner published in London:by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, et al, 1826, 1826. Engraved by W. B. Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers. 48 full page engravings and 31 engravings in the text.A complete set of these plates originally issued in 16 parts between 1814 and 1826 as these are all unbound folio these plates are presumed to be from the earlier part work set ie sold loose in paper to be sent to your own binder. All in exceptionaly good order ; full page on very heavy rag paper ( almost card) with occasional odd foxing marks to the margin . . average 2 to a page ! All have the descriptive text included . . .size 45 x 23 cm £25 each post include

Torbay from Brixham Quay . . . 2 copies available one tinted state if prefered
PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND by JMW Turner published in London:by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, et al, 1826, 1826. Engraved by W. B. Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers. 48 full page engravings and 31 engravings in the text.A complete set of these plates originally issued in 16 parts between 1814 and 1826 as these are all unbound folio these plates are presumed to be from the earlier part work set ie sold loose in paper to be sent to your own binder. All in exceptionaly good order ; full page on very heavy rag paper ( almost card) with occasional odd foxing marks to the margin . . average 2 to a page ! All have the descriptive text included . . .size 45 x 23 cm £25 each post include


Comb Martin
PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND by JMW Turner published in London:by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, et al, 1826, 1826. Engraved by W. B. Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers. 48 full page engravings and 31 engravings in the text.A complete set of these plates originally issued in 16 parts between 1814 and 1826 as these are all unbound folio these plates are presumed to be from the earlier part work set ie sold loose in paper to be sent to your own binder. All in exceptionaly good order ; full page on very heavy rag paper ( almost card) with occasional odd foxing marks to the margin . . average 2 to a page !  . . £25 each post include



Clovelly bay. . . tinted
PICTURESQUE VIEWS ON THE SOUTHERN COAST OF ENGLAND by JMW Turner published in London:by John and Arthur Arch, Cornhill, et al, 1826, 1826. Engraved by W. B. Cooke, George Cooke, and other eminent engravers. 48 full page engravings and 31 engravings in the text.A complete set of these plates originally issued in 16 parts between 1814 and 1826 as these are all unbound folio these plates are presumed to be from the earlier part work set ie sold loose in paper to be sent to your own binder. All in exceptionaly good order ; full page on very heavy rag paper ( almost card) with occasional odd foxing marks to the margin . . average 2 to a page ! All have the descriptive text included . . .size 45 x 23 cm £25 each post include


Coventry, Warwickshire

 from Picturesque views in England and Wales  . .96 copper engravings in two volumes, from watercolours and drawings by Turner, published 1827-1838.Engraved by Samuel Fisher (United Kingdom, b.19th century) after J.M.W. Turner (England, b.1775, d.1851 £25 inc


Warwick , Warwickshire

 from Picturesque views in England and Wales  . .96 copper engravings in two volumes, from watercolours and drawings by JMW Turner, published 1827-1838.Engraved by Samuel Fisher (United Kingdom, b.19th century) after J.M.W. Turner (England, b.1775, d.1851 £25 inc



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