Indoislamica

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Unless otherwise stated, all books are first edition

Burnouf, Eugene (1801-1852) and Jacquet, Eugene (1811-1838).

Shiva et sa femme Parvati. (Shiva and his wife Parvati). Also in Tamil and Sanskrit text.

From L'Inde Française ou collection de dessins lithographes representant ... des peuples hindous qui habitent les possessions françaises de l'Inde. (French India or a collection of lithographic drawings representing .... some Hindu people who inhabit the French possessions in India).

Published by Chabrelie, Paris 1827-1835.

Lithograph by C. Motte with fine original hand-colour. Sheet size approx. 407 x 280mm. (16 x 11.25ins).

Colas 490. R. Colas, Bibliographie Générale de Costume et de la Mode. 2 volumes. Paris, 1933.

PR000096 £450   

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Burnouf, Eugene (1801-1852) and Jacquet, Eugene (1811-1838).

Soupramany-Samy. Secondfils de Siva. (Second son of Siva).

From L'Inde Française ou collection de dessins lithographes representant ... des peuples hindous qui habitent les possessions françaises de l'Inde. (French India or a collection of lithographic drawings representing .... some Hindu people who inhabit the French possessions in India).

Price is set for a set of two prints, paired with the print PR000094.

Published by Chabrelie, Paris 1827-1835.

Lithograph by C. Motte with fine original hand-colour. Sheet size approx. 407 x 280mm. (16 x 11.25ins).

Colas 490. R. Colas, Bibliographie Générale de Costume et de la Mode. 2 volumes. Paris 1933.

PR000095 £1,100   

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Burnouf, Eugene (1801-1852) and Jacquet, Eugene (1811-1838).

Varouma, Dieu des Eaux. (Varuna God of the Oceans or Rivers).

From L'Inde Française ou collection de dessins lithographes representant ... des peuples hindous qui habitent les possessions françaises de l'Inde. (French India or a collection of lithographic drawings representing .... some Hindu people who inhabit the French possessions in India).

Priced for a set of two items, paired with a PR000095.

Published by Chabrelie, Paris 1827-1835.

Lithograph with fine original hand-colour. Sheet size approx. 407 x 280mm. (16 x 11.25ins).

Colas 490. R. Colas, Bibliographie Générale de Costume et de la Mode. 2 volumes. Paris, 1933.

PR000094 £1,100   

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Corner, Miss Julia.

Bazaar at Cabul, in the Fruit Season.

From The History of China and India, Pictorial and Descriptive.

First edition, first issue, London 1843.

Tinted lithograph.

Abbey Travel 468 no. 4. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000093 £40   

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D'Oyly, Bart., Sir Charles (1781-1845).

East Gate - Government House.

Title page from Views of Calcutta and its Environs, from the rare coloured edition of the work.

Published by Dickinson & Co., 114 New Bond Street, London 1848.

Lithograph with original hand-colour heightened with gum Arabic. Some spotting. Margins skilfully repaired and laid down. Approx. 495 x 692 mm. (20 x 27ins).

Abbey Travel 497 no. 1. Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000026 £600   

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D'Oyly, Bart., Sir Charles (1781-1845).

Hindoo Mut in the Chitpore Bazaar.

From Views of Calcutta and its Environs, the rare coloured edition of the work.

Published by Dickinson & Co., 114 New Bond Street, London 1848.

Lithograph with original hand-colour heightened with gum Arabic. Approx. 340 x 540mm. (13 x 21ins).

Abbey Travel 497 no. 23. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

PR000027 £1,600   

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D'Oyly, Sir Charles, Bart. (1781-1845).

Bastion of the Lal Bagh, Dacca.

From the rare work, Antiquities of Dacca by the same author.

Etched (probably from steel plates) and also published by John Landseer, 33 Foley Street, London 1814-1827.

Inscribed ‘Drawn by Chas. D’Oyly Esqr.’ and ‘Engraved by J. Landseer Engraver to the King and F.S.A.’/ ‘Proof.’ Wide untrimmed margins. Sheet size 580 x 430mm. (23 x 17ins). Plate size 335 x 265mm. (13.25 x 10.5ins).

PR000106 £550   

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D'Oyly, Sir Charles, Bart. (1781-1845).

The Fort, & N. Gateway of the Great Kuttra.

From the rare work, Antiquities of Dacca by the same author.

Published by J. Landseer. London 1 Jan 1817.

Inscribed ‘Drawn by Chas. D’Oyly Esqr.’ and ‘Engraved by J. Landseer, Engraver to the King and F.S.A.’/ ‘Proof.’ Wide untrimmed margins. Sheet size 580 x 430mm. (23 x 17ins). Plate size 335 x 265mm. (13.25 x 10.5ins).

PR000103 £500   

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D'Oyly, Sir Charles, Bart. (1781-1845).

The Mahommedan College.

From Views of Calcutta and its Environs, the rare coloured edition of the work.

Published by Dickinson & Co., 114 New Bond Street, London 1848.

Lithograph with original hand-colour heightened with gum Arabic. Approx. 340 x 540mm. (13 x 21ins).

Abbey Travel 497 no.19. J.R. Abbey, Travel in Aquatint and Lithography 1770-1860 from the library of J.R. Abbey: a bibliographical catalogue. London 1957.

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