The Fair Falconer engraved by William Henry Egleton after J.Haytor in circa 1850

Date Created: 25 August 2016

Author: William Henry Egleton (active 1833-1862) after J.Haytor

Source: the Internet

Owner: Lindisfarne Prints

Location: UK

Link to: Website

  • United Kingdom
  • Falcon
  • Painting
  • 19th Century
  • Training
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Published London circa 1850 by The London Printing and Publishing Company

A good sized original steel engraving of a female falconer with her falcons perched behind. Presented within an attractive decorative border

Fine, clean condition.

Approx. 14" x 10" ( 370mm x 260mm) image area only with generous margins beyond.
Printed on heavy grade wove paper, blank verso. Would frame up well  for display.


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