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Dec 212016
 

Classic French Equestrian! Art Deco Antique Lithographs of Horses! If you want to finish your room in a classic French equestrian decor. Look no further! You will find these antique horse lithographs a perfect compliment for your home! Race on over to Anne Hall Antique Prints for details on the pair for $500.

Classic French Equestrian Art Deco Posters by LeMercier Publishing Paris France c.1930:

These fantastic antique horse prints are actually large old French Posters. They were published c. 1930 by the most famous of all printing companies in Paris.  The publishing company responsible for their production was named Le Mercier Publishing Company.  They were the best of the best!  Perfectly sized artwork when shown as a pair over a sofa.  A touch of classic French equine decor for your wonderful Art Deco room…?

The Horses names are La Fille and Valentino.  Priced at $350. each or  $500. for both.

 

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A Brief Explanation about Chromolithography:

Chromo means color.  Lithography is the art of printing from limestone slabs.  Chromolithography is antique printing method.  A lost art of the 19 Century to the early 20th Centuries.   A certain kind of limestone came from a certain part of Germany.  It had the right consistency or porosity to become a printing slab of stone.  A type of a greasy crayon was used to draw the image sought to be seen.  Emerged into nitric acid, the stone unprotected by the greasy crayon was burnt away.  What was in relief, was going to be the  image. Multi complicated…  each and every color was applied with a key stone limestone plate.  Imagine if you will… the talent required to produce large posters like these.  The skill of getting the registration just right.  Once again I point to the long apprenticeships served by those involved from paper making to printing.  And at extremely low pay.  If you were good apprentice, which was served for years, then you would move forward.  If you were not, good at least, then you were in the streets LITERLLY.

 

Dec 212016
 
Mare & Foal

Our rare Antique Horse Prints of equine equestrian subjects are offered in sets, or as individual pieces. Call me with your interest. Phone: 413-245-4197  or  Email:  anne@annehallantiqueprints.com

Framed George Buffon Antique Horse Prints: 18th Century Hand Colored Engravings.

These Antique prints were produced from 1765-1804, for famous French naturalist George Leclerc Buffon’s Natural History. These were a monumental work in which Buffon’s intent was to depict all known mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians. The hand coloring is original, beautifully applied with water colors. These antique prints were produced in Germany, by a process of copper plate engraving, printed onto handmade, hand laid, linen rag. I personally guarantee the authenticity. Framed, each measures, @ 9 x 11″

 

Merian, Johnston 17th Century Antique Horse Engravings.

Merian horse engravings. Antique copper plate engraving printed onto fine hand made, laid rag paper. Published by Mathias Merian for Johnston. Nuremburg, 1646. Old Equine Engravings by Mathias Merian, published 1646 Nuremburg, Germany, famous copper plate engraver. Merian’s illustrations or engravings documented subjects in real time.  Merian horse engraving. Antique copper plate engraving printed onto fine hand made, laid rag paper. The printing shop was owned by Mathias Merian, Johnston. Nuremburg, 1646. Nuremburg, Germany in 1646 there was an engraver named by the name of Mathias Merian. He worked for the publisher producing was Johannes Jonstonus, Jonston, a Medical Doctor. He had a happening, fast moving business that secured the details of publishing illustrations for books. Mathias Merian engraved the copper plate engravings. Each measures about 10×13″  4 for $1200. Click here to contact us.

Horses: Old steel plate engravings of famous racers.

Small steel engravings of famous racing horses. Racing winners. These are old images of race horses printed in England, published 1860. These are antiques. English equestrian prints. Perfect to mat to 8 x 10″ and $60. each. 2 or more $50. each. Click here to contact us.

Assorted old horse engravings & lithographs, misc. equine equestrian subjects:

Equine prints from early publications and periodicals such as Harper’s Weekly. These are predominately boxwood engravings, many with professional water coloring added.  Others are chromolithographs.   Click here to contact us.

Cassell’s Horses:  Antique English Chromolithographs.

Horses – from Cassell’s Book of the Horse, published in England  c.1885.  These are lovely old chromolithographs of horses and equine subjects.  Horses by Cassell, and lithographed by Vincent Brooks, Dat & Sons Lith. …  In these old prints,  each color was applied each in a separate process,  each from a separate key stoned limestone plate.  Hence the word chromolithography. Chromo meaning color, lithography means printing from limestone slabs every color seen in the final art work had it’s own limestone plate. Each color was applied with individual key stoned lime stone plates. From the lightest to the darkest colors. It was extremely laborious. Hence another antique printing method. As you may imagine that the registration would have to be perfect. The colors had to be exact. Each print measures 8 1/4 x 10 1/2″.  Call for availability.  Click here to contact us.

Horses: equine equestrian!Old horse and equine engravings and lithographs published predominately prior to 1900. Let us know what your specific interest in equestrian material, as there is too much to list here. Old horse and equine engravings and lithographs.  Old prints by Cassell, Buffon & Harper’s Weekly.  Newcastle dressage prints. Antique equestrian scenes such as riding schools and horse racing.  Many of the scenes depicted actually were taking place at the time the equestrian event was taking place.  Old horse and equine engravings and lithographs.  This is old art. Prints by Cassell, Buffon and some old prints from Harper’s Weekly.  Antique equestrian scenes such as riding schools and horse racing. Anne Hall Antique Prints is fairly priced and has a unique selection.  Antique prints of equestrian scenes, riding schools and horse racing…Old horse and equine engravings and lithographs.  Antique equestrian prints of riding schools & horse racing …Polo…Newcastle…Including old prints of horses produced for Harper’s Weekly.  Antique equestrian scenes such as riding schools and horse racing.  Antique Polo Prints!  These equine prints date from the mid 17th Century to 1900.  Antique prints of horses: riding schools, horse racing and coaching prints!   Great antique equestrian prints for horse lovers!

“We are the antique prints dealers that frame antique horse engravings and horse lithographs with the highest quality archival materials, at reasonable prices.”

Call: 413-245-4197 Email: anne@annehallantiqueprints.com

Aug 232016
 

If you are interested in antique horse artwork then consider the Henry Stull American Thoroughbreds because they are considered the most important work published on the subject.

Fantastic Beautiful Antique Equestrian Artwork!

Henry Stull American Thoroughbreds!  These antique chromolithographs were published in Boston, Massachusetts in 1888. They are considered some of the most important antique prints ever published of American Thoroughbreds. These antique horse chromolithographs were published after the oil paintings Henry Stull. He is considered to be one of the best artists on Equestrian art. The prints themselves are uncommon antique horse prints.  Published in 1888 to celebrate the re known work on American Thoroughbreds. The Stull paintings of American Thoroughbreds are considered some of the best ever done on equestrian subjects. Only one person or museum could own an original painting, therefore these striking chromolithographs were produced, so the fine art of the painter, could be enjoyed by the enthusiastic crowds of “horse people.”  

Antique Chromolithographs of American Thoroughbred Horses

In this antique printing method, an individual slabs of limestone were specially tooled and processed, known as lithographs, one for every color depicted. In the antique printing method known as chromolithography, every color seen in the final art work had it’s own key stoned limestone plate. Each color was applied with individual key stoned lime stone plates. From the lightest to the darkest colors. It was extremely laborious. Hence another antique printing method. As you may imagine that the registration would have to be perfect. The colors had to be exact.

 

Buy Antique Equestrian Art:  Henry Stull American Thoroughbreds!

You couldn’t find better condition: vibrant colors, excellent strikes. Each antique chromolithograph measures 11×15″ and was tipped onto a heavy sheet of rag measuring @18×20″

Offered for sale at $1200. each, discounts on sets

 

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