Paul Sandby Select Views in England, Scotland & Ireland 1781

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Letter Shuna, the Seat of
the Laird of Appin Islands
SBY56 $145
Sale Price: $115
View of Carlisle
SBY83 $145
Sale Price: $115
View of the Encampment in the Museum Garden
August 5th, 1780
SBY99 $145
Sale Price: $115
Dromana, the Seat of Lord Grandifon,
on the River Blackwater
SBY15 $145
Sale Price: $115
View of the Encampment in Hyde Park,
from Marshall Sax's Tent
SBY94 $145
Sale Price: $115
Westwick
SBY3 $145
Sale Price: $115
Milton Abbey
SBY4 $145
Sale Price: $115
Clumber Park
SBY5 $145
Sale Price: $115
Hooton
SBY6 $145
Sale Price: $115
Woolton Hall in Lancashire,
the Seat of Nicholas Ashton Esq.
SBY7 $145
Sale Price: $115
Carshalton House
SBY9 $145
Sale Price: $115
Copped Hall
SBY1 $145
Sale Price: $115
Cadland Park, in Hampshire,
the Seat of Robert Drummond Esq.
SBY13 $145
Sale Price: $115
Queen's Gate, at Caernarvon
SBY11A $145
Sale Price: $115
Corsham House
SBY10 $145
Sale Price: $115
Keelder Castle
SBY12 $145
Sale Price: $115
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Paul Sandby Select Views in England, Scotland & Ireland 1781

We are pleased to offer a selection of architectural prints of stately English homes drawn by Paul Sandby from “A Collection of One Hundred and Fifty Select Views, in England, Scotland and Ireland”, published in 1781. Many stately homes of yesteryear are pictured in Scotland, Ireland, Wales & England. They are all delightfully nostalgic views into the past, beautifully hand colored recently by one of the last great professional English colorists.

Paul Sandby was an English topographical watercolorist and graphic artist, born in Nottingham and brother of Thomas Sandby. He began his career as a draughtsman and later moved on to live with his brother at Windsor, where he made many drawings of Windsor and Eton. Thomas Gainsborough, the most versatile painter of the 18th century and Sandby’s contemporary, considered Sandby to be the only English landscape artist who painted ‘real views from nature’ as opposed to artificial, idealized drawings.

Each print measures approximately 10 ½ inches wide by 8 inches long. The paper is light creamy in color with a very occasional fox mark. It is a strong thick handmade paper, chain lined & watermarked. A copy of the title page & the original text description accompanies each print. These prints are in marvelous condition for their age of over 225 years.


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