Set of four vintage prints of engravings from Edward Orme's Collection of British Field Sports (1801 -1819)
1. Title: La Chasse au Lievre/Hare Hunting 1 (Plate no 7) Published March 1 1807.
2. Title: La chasse au Lievre/Hare Hunting 2 (Plate no 8) Published and sold January 1 1807.
3.Title: La Course de Chevaux/Horse Racing (Plate no 2) Published and sold January 1 1807
4. Title: Chasseurs Sortant Du Matin / Shooters Going out in a Morning (Plate no 1) Published and sold March 25 1808
Each plate inscribed on centre of bottom margin: "Published and sold by Edward Orme, Printseller to the King, Engraver and Publisher, Bond Street, the corner of Brooke Street, London"
Each plate inscribed on left of bottom margin: Samuel Howitt del, and on right of bottom margin: J. Godby and H. Merke
Medium: Hand-coloured aquatint engraving
Size of each plate: 33 cm x 45 cm
All four in matching "antique style" greyish brown wooden frames
Framed in recent years by Spectrum Art and Framing, Wexford, with Spectrum stamp on the back of each frame.
Framed size: 38 cm x 51 cm
Prints and frames in very good condition
Donated by private collector
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