Prints & Engravings

PRINTS

NG077. George Grossmith Original lithograph from Vanity Fair Jan. 21, 1888. Full colour caricature entitled "The Pinafore" by Spy [Leslie Ward]. .....£80.00

NG078. C. H. Workman as "Jack Point" Original lithograph from Vanity Fair [31 Mar., 1910] Supplement. Full colour caricature entitled "Through every passion ranging." By Elf. .....£60.00

ENGRAVINGS

NG059. The Miller and His Man Original Drawing-room Extravaganza for Christmas by F. C. Burnand with music by Arthur S. Sullivan. Two pages of text and music from the Christmas Supplement of The Illustrated London News, December 24, 1870 featuring the words and music to The Marquis de Mince-pie and Care is All Fiddle-de-dee. Included is a photocopy of the missing page of Burnand’s dialogue. .....£25.00

NG060. The Palace of Truth Original full page engraving of Christmas Entertainments from The Illustrated London News, December 31, 1870, the top third being a scene from W. S. Gilbert’s The Palace of Truth at the Haymarket Theatre. Drawn by D. H. Friston. .....£15.00

NG063. The Sorcerer Original half-page engraving from The Illustrated London News February 23, 1878 entitled Scene from "The Sorcerer" at the Opera Comique featuring George Grossmith as "John Wellington Wells" performing the incantation in front of Giulia Warwick as "Aline" and George Bentham as "Alexis." Drawn by Harry Furniss. See Wilson & Lloyd, p.18 .....£20.00

NG064. The Pirates of Penzance Original full page engraving from The Illustrated London News May 1, 1880 entitled Sketches from "The Pirates of Penzance" at the Opera Comique featuring eight scenes from the opera. Drawn by Horace Morehen. See Eden, p.129 .....£36.00

NG065. Ruddygore Original full page engraving from The Graphic January 29, 1887 entitled Scene from Gilbert and Sullivan’s New Opera, "Ruddygore" at the Savoy Theatre Act II - The Procession of Ancestors. Drawn by Percy Macquoid. .....£36.00

NG066. Ruddygore Original full page engraving from The Illustrated London News January 29, 1887 entitled Sketches from "Ruddygore," the New Comic Opera at the Savoy Theatre featuring eleven scenes and vignettes from the opera. Drawn by A Forestier. See Mander & Mitchenson, p.75 .....£36.00

NG067. The Gondoliers Original half page engraving from The Graphic December 14, 1889 entitled "The Gondoliers" at the Savoy Theatre - The Quintette in the First Act featuring W. H. Denny as "Don Alhambra Del Bolero" surrounded by Frank Wyatt as "The Duke of Plaza-Toro," Rosina Brandram as "The Duchess," Decima Moore as "Casilda" and Wallace Brownlow as "Luiz." See Mander & Mitchenson, p.84 .....£25.00

NG068. Sir Arthur Sullivan, D’Oyly Carte and Ivanhoe Original full front page of engravings from The Illustrated London News February 7, 1891 featuring engraved portraits of Sir Arthur Sullivan and Mr. D’Oyly Carte above Scenes from the New Opera of "Ivanhoe" featuring three scenes The End of the Tournament, Rebecca Accepting the Templar’s Challenge to Ivanhoe and Rebecca and Ivanhoe. .....£26.00

NG069. Haddon Hall Original full front page engraving from The Graphic October 1, 1892 entitled "Haddon Hall," Mr. Sydney Grundy and Sir Arthur Sullivan’s New Opera at the Savoy Theatre. .....£32.00

NG070. Haddon Hall Original full front page engraving from The Illustrated London News October 1, 1892 entitled "Haddon Hall," Sir Arthur Sullivan’s New Opera at the Savoy Theatre: The Flight of Dorothy Vernon. Drawn by M. Browne & Herbert Railton. See Eden, p.201 .....£32.00

NG071. Utopia (Limited) Original half page engraving from The Illustrated London News October 14th, 1893 entitled "Utopia (Limited)," The New Comic Opera at the Savoy Theatre featuring seven scenes and vignettes from the opera. Drawn by Cecil Aldin. See Rollins & Witts, p.VI .....£25.00

NG072. Sir Arthur Sullivan Original full front page engraving from The Illustrated London News December 15, 1894 entitled Sir Arthur Sullivan from a photograph by Walery. .....£36.00

NG073. Sullivan’s Funeral Original full page engraving from The Sphere December 1, 1900 entitled The Last Resting Place of Sir Arthur Sullivan In St. Paul’s Cathedral with a short commentary. Drawn by R. M. Paxton. .....£20.00

NG074. Sullivan’s Funeral Original double page illustrated article from The Sphere December 1, 1900 entitled The Late Sir Arthur Sullivan - An Appreciation of the Great Composer. By Vernon Blackburn. Illustrations include a photograph of Sullivan as a chorister at the Chapel Royal, a facsimile of the orchestral score to "Three Little Maids from School" and a full page photograph entitled The Greatest Modern English Composer - The Late Sir Arthur Sullivan by Elliott & Fry. .....£35.00

 

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