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After Francis Grant (British, 1803-1878), "The Melton Breakfast", 1839, hand-colored engraving depicting group of gentlemen in hunting regalia lounging...

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    Painter Copy of list of pictures by my father Sir Francis Grant, from a manuscript book kept by my mother Lady Grant, Dec. 1898, E.C. Grant, listing pictures painted between ... [more like this]
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    LENGTH PORTRAIT OF A HIGHLAND CHIEFTAIN SIR FRANCIS GRANT IN FULL HIGHLAND DRESS Oil on canvas 215cm x 120cm (84.5in x 47.5in) Estimate £ 2,000-3,000 Note: This impressive ... [more like this]
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    CUNNINGHAM, EDINBURGH 1802 of circular outline with reeded rim and engraved arched inner border, the centre engraved with armorial, raised on four bracket feet Diameter: ... [more like this]
  • Sir Francis Grant PRA (Scottish 1803-1878)
    "William Thomas Markham" c. 1850 oil on canvas unsigned with a "Pitt & Scott LTD / London" label en verso 30 1/8 in. x 25 1/8 in. in an attractive antique carved gessoed and ... [more like this]
  • 17. Valentine Cameron Prinsep, R.A. (British,
    1838-1904) "Sir Francis Grant". Oil on artist's board, initialed lower right. Board apprx 11" x 8-1/2", overall with original gilt frame apprx 16" x 13-1/2". Prinsep was ... [more like this]
  • Bles (Joseph) RARE ENGLISH GLASSES OF THE
    XVII & XVIII CENTURIES, photographic plates, tissue-guards, n.d.; Francis (Grant R.) OLD ENGLISH DRINKING GLASSES THEIR CHRONOLOGY AND SEQUENCE, plates, 1926, publisher's ... [more like this]
  • After Francis Grant (Scottish, 1803-1878)
    "Sir Richard Sutton and the Quorn Hounds", color mezzotint, engraved by Frederick Bromley (1832-1870), published by John O'Malley & Son, London, retains label en verso "Geo ... [more like this]
  • FRANCIS (GRANT R) - OLD ENGLISH DRINKING
    GLASSES THEIR CHRONOLOGY AND SEQUENCE, plts, green cloth gilt, London: Herbert Jenkins, 1926; Albert Hartshorne - Old English Glasses an Account of Glass Drinking Vessels ... [more like this]
  • After Sir Francis Grant P.R.A. The Meeting
    of Her Majesty's stag hounds on Ascot Heath Engraving by F. Bromley 43 x 72cm; 17 x 28¼in With a large architectural engraving on 4 sheets by a different hand, 24 x 94cm ... [more like this]
  • After Sir Francis Grant. A Victorian engraving
    of the Cattistock hunt, published by Henry Graves, London 1874, bearing inscription 'yours faithfully Poltimore', 21 x 28.25in (53.5 x 72cm) in an oak frame. ... [more like this]
  • Sir Francis Grant (after) British (1803-1878)THE
    MELTON BREAKFAST color mezzotint, framed, titled: lower marginsight size: H18" W28" ... [more like this]
  • ASCRIBED TO SIR FRANCIS GRANT PRA A portrait
    of a girl wearing a fur-trimmed cap, oil sketch on canvas, 19.25" x 15.25". See illustration Provenance: Sold Christies London 10th June 1949 Private Collection, Wiltshire ... [more like this]
  • AFTER SIR FRANCIS GRANT, (Scottish, 1803-1878).
    The Melton Breakfast, Engraved by Charles G. Lewis. Published by Hodgson & Graves, London. Framed - 20 1/2 in. x 29 in., sight ... [more like this]
  • Manner of Sir Francis Grant (British 19th
    Century) Portrait of a Young Lady Wearing a Gold Bracelet Unsigned Oil on canvas 30 x 24-3/4 in (76.2 x 62.9 cm) With craquelure overall and some frame abrasion along ... [more like this]
  • Two British Coaching Prints The Melton Breakfast;
    The Bedale Hunt, 1839; 1842 Handcolored engravings printed on wove paper, after Anson A. Martin and Francis Grant, respectively, engraved by Charles G. Lewis and William ... [more like this]
  • Sir Francis Grant British, circa 1803-1878
    Study of a Hand Holding a Hunting Horn and Riding Hat Pastel on buff paper 20 5/8 x 14 5/8 inches (52.5 x 37.3 cm) Provenance: Dickenson Gallery, London ... [more like this]
  • (Witchcraft), Cullen, Francis Grant, Sadducismus
    Debellatus: or a True Narrative of the Sorceries and Witchcrafts Exercis'd, London: H. Newman and A. Bell, 1698, first edition, contemporary half calf, 4to, (prelims perhaps ... [more like this]
  • Frederick Bromley after Francis Grant. ''Sir
    Richard Sutton and the Quorn Hounds '' color lithograph framed Estimate $ 100-200 All property is sold as-is. No condition report is supplied. Prospective buyers should submit ... [more like this]
  • AFTER SIR FRANCIS GRANT (Scottish 1803-1878).
    The Meet At Melton Hand-colored engraving by W. Humphrys; published H. Graves & Co. London 1841. Framed - 21 1/2 in. x 31 1/2 in. sight size ... [more like this]
  • Attributed to Sir Francis Grant (1803-1878)
    oil on canvas Portrait of a gentleman 35 x 27.25in. Estimate ?700-900 Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. ... [more like this]

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