1820’s Henry Alken prints-satires on hunting and society in general

1822 Henry Alken prints-Symptoms of Being Amused by Henry Alken-framed & glazed

1822 Henry Alken prints-Symptoms of Being Amused by Henry Alken-framed & glazed-£30 for the set of four.

 

1822 Henry Alken prints, original hand-coloured etchings dated 1822 from the series “Symptoms of Being Amused” by Henry Alken. Published by Thomas McLean, London. All in excellent original condition with good colours and minimal foxing. In matching frames which each measure 14 ¼ x 11 ½ inches.

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1826 Henry Alken Print-“I say my good woman have you any Idea how they manage here to get a horse out of a brook?” £12.00

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

An original framed and glazed 1826 Henry Alken print, “I say my good woman have you any Idea how they manage here to get a horse out of a brook?”, plate no 3 of 42 hand coloured etchings from: IDEAS, ACCIDENTAL AND INCIDENTAL TO HUNTING, AND OTHER SPORTS; CAUGHT IN LEICESTERSHIRE, &C. LONDON: THOMAS M’LEAN, 1826-1830 by Henry Alken. 

In excellent original condition, colours very bright and virtually no foxing. Professionally framed and glazed by Hawkswells of Canterbury. Overall frame dimensions 11 x 8 inches.

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