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LOT 35

Lot 35

Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)

Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)
Lot 35 Details
Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson), British

THE WINGED PASSION-FLOWER; THE QUADRANGULAR PASSION- FLOWER (FROM TEMPLE OF FLORA), AFTER HENDERSON), 1802

Pair of colour aquatints and stipple engravings with handcolouring: The Winged Passion Flower (finished by hand by Warner); The Quadrangular Passion Flower (finished by hand by Hopwood) both after Henderson. Each published by Thornton in London in 1802.
Plate/Sheet 18.2 ins x 14.4 ins; 46.2 cms x 36.6 cms; 21.7 ins x 16.1 ins; 55 cms x 41 cms

Estimate $800-$1,200

Realised: $1,020
Price Includes Buyer's Premium ?

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Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)
  • Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)
  • Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)
  • Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)
  • Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)
  • Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)
  • Robert John Thornton (B. circa 1768–1837) (After Henderson)
Provenance:

Private Collection, Toronto

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