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George Moutard Woodward

Hasia Rimon

George Moutard Woodward

with an essay on freeze drying for prints and drawings.

by Hasia Rimon

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Published by Camberwell School of Art and Crafts) in (London .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination26, 91 p. :
Number of Pages91
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21031321M

  Works about Woodward " Woodward, George Moutard," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & Co., (–) in 63 vols. Authority control. George Moutard Woodward Horse Racing Watercolour 17 x cm. George Moutard Woodward () British. "John Bull Peeping into Brest", Published .

Thomas Rowlandson's & George Moutard Woodward's "Admiration", Admiration is one of a number of successful collaborative etchings between Thomas Rowlandson and George Moutard Woodward (known as 'Mustard George'). This original soft ground etching was printed and published in London by Rudolph Ackermann in 1 print: etching and aquatint, hand-colored. | Print shows two men stopping to chat while walking through the countryside. The one on the left says, "O yes, made my debut Sermon last Sunday, hit them off to a nicety - charm'd the whole Parish! Set the old Women in a blaze!!!" to which the second man responds, "Left College I suppose?"; a dog stands to the right, behind the second man.

WOODWARD, GEORGE MOUTARD (?–), caricaturist, son of William Woodward of Stanton Hall, Derbyshire, was born in that county about He received no artistic training, but, having much original talent, came to London, with an allowance from his father, and became a prolific and popular designer of social caricatures, much in the style. Genealogy profile for George Woodward, II George Woodward, II ( - ) - Genealogy Genealogy for George Woodward, II ( - ) family tree on Geni, with over million profiles of ancestors and living relatives.


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The Bettyad, a Poem: Descriptive of the Progress of the Young Roscius in London. (Paperback) by George Moutard Woodward and a great selection of related. Stylistically as well as chronologically, he falls between Hogarth and Gillray.

While the etchings are possibly by Grose they are definitely based on drawings by George Moutard Woodward, whose twenty-three original ink and watercolor drawings for this series. George Moutard Woodward was a prolific British caricaturist whose works were frequently published by Piercy Roberts, Thomas Tegg, and William Holland, and frequently etched by Roberts, Rowlandson, and Cruikshank.

His earliest works appeared around George Moutard Woodward. George Moutard Woodward book Allen & Company, - England - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book.

George Moutard Woodward was born sometime around to a family who were George Moutard Woodward book service at Stanton Hall in Derbyshire. The young Woodward grew up in the nearby market town of Stanton-by-Dale and, judging by the evidence of his later writings, received a relatively sound education.

Search results 1 - 17 of A return from a march or a false alarm in a country village!. 1 print: etching, hand-colored. | Print shows a group of British citizens mustered in response to an alarm that the French were attacking England which proved to be false; they complain of soiled, torn, or lost clothing, and one reads a list of the "killed and wounded" which includes several pigs, fowl.

Attributed to George Moutard Woodward c– Medium Watercolour and ink on paper. Dimensions Support: 92 × mm. Collection Tate. Acquisition Purchased as part of the Oppé Collection with assistance from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund Reference T [after George Moutard Woodward.] [Published by G.G.

& J. Robinson, ] Etchings, each platemark approx xbound together. Foxing to some plates. Plates etched by an unidentified printmaker after Woodward's satires for Thomas Bridges' 'Homer's Iliad, a Burlesque Translation' in its edition. George Ratcliffe Woodward (27 December – 3 March ) was an English Anglican priest who wrote mostly religious verse, both original and translated from ancient authors.

The best-known of these were written to fit traditional melodies, mainly of the sometimes harmonised these melodies himself, but usually left this to his frequent collaborator, composer Charles Wood.

Ricardo's fate: A modern sonnet George Moutard WOODWARD A consultation of doctors on the case of Sir Toby Bumper Isaac CRUIKSHANK (etcher); George Moutard WOODWARD (draughtsman) Returning from a rout on a rainy night Isaac CRUIKSHANK (etcher); George Moutard WOODWARD (draughtsman) Yeomanry cavalry!.

Isaac CRUIKSHANK (etcher); George Moutard WOODWARD. Object originally bound in a guard-book containing one hundred and fifteen caricatures by T. Rowlandson, W. Heath, J. Gillray, R.

Dighton, G. Cruikshank and others. Descriptive line Satirical print, 'Politeness' after George Moutard Woodward, London London: Allen & Co., Item # A Study the Inhabitants of the Roundhouse and the Regular Attendants at the Police-Court A Journey in Caricature through Early Nineteenth Century England WOODWARD.

George Moutard. Eccentric Excursions, or, Literary & Pictorial Sketches of Countenance, Character & Country, in different parts of England & South Wales. Biography Caricaturist; grew up in Stanton by Dale, Derbyshire, although until the family also had addresses in London; his father, William Woodward, was land agent to Earl Stanhope of Chevening and Woodward worked for Stanhope until Woodward, George Moutard Woollett, William Wootton, John Wouwermann, Philips Zanetti, Antonio Maria Zoffany, Johan Zuccarelli, Francesco Description: Woodward (George Moutard) A good group of satires, comprising Twelfth Night, c, A Cure for a Smoky Chimney!!, c, Making a Sailor an Oddfellow"", c, John Bull reading the Extraordinary Red Book, c and The Yorkshire Bumkins Mistake,five etchings in original hand colouring, each c x mm., a few minor.

George Moutard Woodward Caricaturista inglés y escritor de humor. George Moutard Woodward English actor George Moutard Woodward George Moutard Woodward was aquarellist, auteur, cartoonist geboren op te Derbyshire (graafschap) en overleden op / te Londen (Engeland).

George Moutard Woodward 'Mustard George': A fine amateur watercolourist and caricaturist, George Moutard Woodward came to London in From around to he designed numerous caricatures which were engraved by Isaac Cruikshank, Williams and other artists.

Many of his designs were also etched by his close friend and constant drinking. Pages in category "George Moutard Woodward" The following 2 pages are in this category, out of 2 total. Description. Hand coloured etched plate ( × mm), closely cut at head and sides (plate number cropped).

Minor repair to corners. Note. The ‘Genii of Caricature’ haul in a net full of subjects (portraits, bon mots, manners, oddities, jokes etc) to Tegg’s Apollo Library, which advertises ‘The Largest Assortment of Caricatures in the World’, while the proprietor takes a pot shot. by George Moutard Woodward (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Hardcover $ 1 New from $ Paperback $ 1 New from $Author: George Moutard Woodward. Address Information from Dr A J Norton: - as Tegg and Castleman, at the Eccentric Book Warehouse, St John's Street (illustrated in the frontispiece to Tegg & Castleman's Guide to London ofcopies in John Johnson collection, Bodleian Library, and British Library) - Cheapside, sometimes described as Tegg's Apollo Library, opposite Mary-le-Bow church, on the.Hardcover.

Condition: VERY GOOD INDEED. First edition. A beautiful book of Woodward's English translation of Apuleius' famous story. First edition. Printed at the Chiswick Press. George Ratcliffe Woodward (27 December 3 March ) was an Anglican priest who wrote mostly religious verse, both original and translated from ancient authors.

Eccentric Excursions; Or, Literary & Pictorial Sketches of Countenance, Character & Country, in Different Parts of England & South Wales. Embellished [George Moutard Woodward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from Author: George Moutard Woodward.