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Views of the Principal Seats, Maritime & Landscape Scenery, in the Neighbourhood of Lymington

(1832)
drawn on stone by Louis Haghe


Original 190-year-old stone lithographs

Sheet size: approx. 10¼ x 13½ inches
Due to age and type of paper used, most plates have foxing – mainly in the margins.
Please click on the thumbnail images for an enlarged view of the entire plate.

 
The most famous early Victorian firm of lithographic printing was by created William Day (1797-1845) and Louis Haghe (1806-1895) in London in 1829. Throughout their initial years, Day and Haghe printed lithographs dealing with a wide range of subjects, such as hunting scenes, topographical views and genre depictions. Their lithographs were so meticulously conceived and technically advanced that in 1838, Day and Haghe were appointed 'Lithographers to the King.' After William's death in 1845, the firm became known as 'Day & Son' and in the mid-Victorian era it led the way as a pioneer of the recently developed medium of the lithograph printed in colours.

Hincheslea Lodge

Hincheslea Lodge

$75

Newlands

Newlands

$75

Newton Park

Newton Park

$85

Norton Lodge

Norton Lodge

$65

Pylewell

Pylewell

Boldre Church

Boldre Church

$75

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight

Yarmouth, Isle of Wight

$65

The Alarm yacht


'The Alarm' winning the Ladies Challenge Cup at Cowes
Aug, 1830


Solent Sea baths, lymington


Solent Sea Baths, Lymington, Hants.


South east View of Heron Court

South east View of Heron Court
The Seat of The Right Honourable, The Earl of Mamesbury

Sheet size about 11.25 x 10.125

$65

Lymington Harbour

Lymington Harbour

Sheet size about 11.5 x 10.25

$75

 
Thousands of original Antique and Vintage Topographical Scenes