Paintings by George Morland - 68
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Morland Series - The Seasons

Boys Bathing

stipple
engraver Edmund Scott
published
9/12/1790 John Raphael Smith

The Angry Farmer

stipple
engraver Edmund Scott
published
9/12/1790 John Raphael Smith

Boys robbing an Orchard

stipple
engraver Edmund Scott
published
9/12/1790 John Raphael Smith

Boys Skating

stipple
engraver Edmund Scott
published
19/12/1790 John Raphael Smith

Also: The Angry Farmer - Le Fermier en Colere Pub. by Suntach after Morland March 15 year 1793.

A Carrier's Stable. 1793 Engraving with the black manner according to G Morland. Published on April 9, 1793 per T Simpson At St Pauls Church Yard.

A Carrier's Stable - mezzotint by W. Ward

WARD, William after George MORLAND

A Carriers Stable

London: Published by T. Simpson, 9 April 1793. Mezzotint with added hand colour. In good condition apart from being trimmed to the edge of the plate mark. Lower margin has been expertly repaired with loss of imprint. Image size: 17 5/8 x 23 1/2 inches. Sheet size: 19 x 24 inches. A beautiful idealic rural scene by Ward after Moreland.

A Carrier's Stable

The Contented Waterman

The Contented Waterman, 1919. Coloured mezzotint, engraved by Arthur Cox, signed by the engraver in the margin below, edition of 375 impressions, 35x45.5cm.
Published by George Klackner, London and New York, 1919.

Also engaved by W. Ward and published by P. Cornman in 1790.

The Contented Waterman

From ebay: On offer is this very scarce signed limited edition,one of only 375 ever produced and this is one of them that exists in the world today.George Morland "The Contented Waterman" engraved in pure mezzotint and printed in colours at one printing by Arthur L Cox(signed in bottom right corner)after the painting by George Morland,edition strictly limited to 375 impressions,no other state,PLATE DESTROYED.This engraving has been made direct from the original picture in the Royal Holloway College London.By kind permission of the trustees and is considered to be one of the finest examples from morlands brush.This is still in the original frame,this has survived many years and does have some knocks and chips,but the glass is perfect as is the original print,this was copyright 1919 by George Klackner 7 west 28th st New York and london,this is across the top of the print and its monogrammed at the left hand corner printsellers TDS station and signed by Arthur L Cox at the bottom right hand corner in pencil.

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