19th c. English Fox Hunt Hand-colored Engraving THE MEETING OF HER MAJESTY’S STAG HOUNDS ON ASCOT HEATH After Francis Grant

19th c. English Fox Hunt Hand-colored Engraving THE MEETING OF HER MAJESTY’S STAG HOUNDS ON ASCOT HEATH After Francis Grant

English Hand-colored Engraving THE MEETING OF HER MAJESTY’S STAG HOUNDS ON ASCOT HEATH, After Francis Grant (Scottish, 1803-1878), Engraved by F. Bromley, Published London Hodgson & Graves Jany 1, 1839

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  • Description: Large English Hand-colored Engraving THE MEETING OF HER MAJESTY’S STAG HOUNDS ON ASCOT HEATH, After Francis Grant (Scottish, 1803-1878), Engraved by Frederick Bromley (1832-1870), Published London Hodgson & Graves Jany 1, 1839 | Description: Men in riding dress assembling in a field, with hounds, with a carriage approaching from the centre right and a cart in the distance to right; after Grant; after title altered. 1839 | Engraved by Frederick Bromley (1832-1870); After: Sir Francis Grant; Published: London Published Jany 1, 1839 by Hodgson & Graves, her Majesty’s Printsellers in Ordinary, 6, Pall Mall | Inscription Content below the image with the title in semi-filled letters as THE MEETING OF HER MAJESTY’S STAG HOUNDS ON ASCOT HEATH, dedication from the publisher to the owner of the original, the Earl of Chesterfield, around a crest bearing the motto ‘A Deo et Rege’, and ‘Painted by F. Grant // Engraved by F. Bromley // London Published Jany 1, 1839 by Hodgson & Graves, her Majesty’s Printsellers in Ordinary, 6, Pall Mall’ | Beautifully matted and framed under glass, frame is period walnut | Approx. Size: Plate: 31.5″ W x 21.25″ H; Paper: 34.5″ W x 23.5″H; Frame: 42″ W x 29.75″ H.
    Dimensions: Plate: 31.5″ W x 21.25″ H; Paper: 34.5″ W x 23.5″H; Frame: 42″ W x 29.75″ H
    Artist or Maker: After Francis Grant (Scottish, 1803-1878), Engraving by F. Bromley
    Medium: Hand-colored Engraving
    Date: January 1, 1839
    Literature: Siltzer 1929 pp. 99 and 129
  • Date

    1839

    Frame

    Yes

    Medium

    Engraving

    Origin

    Britian, Scotland, United Kingdom

    Support

    Paper