Hans Rudi Erdt: Internationale Ausstellung für Reise und Fremdenverkehr, Berlin 1911. Lithographic poster in colors on wove paper, published by Hollerbaum & Schmidt, Berlin, 22 3/4 x 17 3/8in
The Merchant brig Rimac in two positions off Cape Horn, with another of Brocklebank's brigs in view. Rimac, identified from her masthead Watson`s Code flags for 268 (= Rimac ), was one of a class of twenty-one ... More
Vanitas painting; it is plausible that the woman in the painting is Clara Peeters. More in general this is to be considered a Personification or Allegory of Vanitas
Portrait of the Brown family of Honolulu, full-plate ambrotype, c.1858, sitters' cheeks tinted, period koa wood frame. A fine portrait of Captain Robert Wilcox Brown (1809-1894) and his extended family, taken i... More
Albumen print, mounted on card. Signed, titled in pencil and annotated 'From Life' in ink. With Messrs Colnaghi blindstamp and gilt border surrounding the image.
Français : Un portrait d'une dame avec une robe bleue et col de dentelle English: A Portrait of a Lady with a blue dress and lace collar
Jane, Duchess of Gordon, née Maxwell, standing three-quarter-length, portrayed in a green riding habit, wearing only one glove on her right hand. Description The Lady shown on the painting was traditiona... More
Lady Harriet Georgiana Brudenell (1799-1836), daughter of Robert Brudenell, 6th Earl of Cardigan and Lady Penelope Anne Cooke. Married Richard William Penn Curzon-Howe, 2nd Viscount Curzon (later 1st Earl Howe) in 1820.