James Basire (1730-1802)

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Pays : Grande-Bretagne
Sexe : masculin
Naissance : Londres (GB), 06-10-1730
Mort : Londres (GB), 06-09-1802
Note :
Dessinateur et graveur au burin. - Fils d'Isaac Basire et père de James le jeune, tous deux également graveurs ; dit "the elder" ou "l'ancien". - Elève de Richard Dalton, qui l'emmena en Italie. - Graveur de la Société des antiquaires de Londres (vers 1760) et de la Société royale de Londres (1770). - Grava surtout l'histoire et les portraits
ISNI : ISNI 0000 0000 6649 9730

James Basire (1730-1802) : œuvres (28)

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Battle of Donawert fought on the 2d of june 1704 between a detachment of e y allies and a body of French and Bavarian troops
Eckeren a village in the Netherlands, in Brabant, in the county of Ryem, at which the confederate attacked by the French, 30 june 1703
Plan of different movements of e y army of e y allies under prince Eugene of Savoy, and e y French army, under marshal Villars..., campaign to e y 24th of july 1712, when e y French attacked e y intrenched camp at Denain commanded by the E. of Albemarle
Plan of the battle of Malplaquet gained by the allies sept. 11 1709
Plan of the battle of Oudenard fought july 11th 1708
Plan of the battle of Saragossa, fought aug. t 9, 1710 betwenn the troops of the allies under Lieut.t Gen.l Stanhope and the marshal count Staremberg, and the French under the duc d'Anjou : the emperour Charles, and the duc of Anjou (king Philip) being both present
Plan of the battle of Wynendale, between e y troops of e y allies commanded by major Gen. Webb & those of France under Count de La Motte, sep 28 1708
Plan of the camp of the army of the allies, commanded by Mons.r d'Auverquerque, and the manner in which it was drawn up in battle, when the army of the two crowns advanced to advanced to attack it may 14th 1703
Plan of the glorious battle of Hochstet gained by the allies on august 13th 1704
Plan of the lines of Brabant forced july 18, 1705 by the army of e y allies commanded by his grace the duke of Marlborough & felt-marshal d'Averquerque...
Plan of the situation where the battle of Ramillies was fought may e y 23d 1706

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Atlas du troisième voyage de Cook ou Voyage à l'Océan Pacifique, exécuté sous la direction des capitaines Cook, Clerke et Gore sur les vaisseaux La Résolution et la Découverte, de 1776 à 1780
Le Champ de Drap d'Or
[Recueil. Dessins de Giovanni Francesco Barbieri dit Il Guerino faisant partie des collections du roi d'Angleterre]
T. Morell, S.T.P.-S.S.A.
Newport a strong Sea-port town in Flanders, restored to the Empire by e y Treaty of Utrecht
Plan of different Movements of ye army of ye Allies, under Prince Eugene of Savoy, and of ye French Army, under Marshal Villars ; from ye beginning of ye Campaign, to ye 24 th of July 1712, when ye French attacked ye intrenched Camp at Denain commanded
Plan of different Movements of ye army of ye Allies, under Prince Eugene of Savoy, and of ye French Army, under Marshal Villars ; from ye beginning of ye Campaign, to ye 24 th of July 1712, when ye French attacked ye intrenched Camp at Denain commanded
Plan of the glorious Battle of Hochstet gained by the Allies on August 13th 1704

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The Busy body. A comedy
The Orphan : or, The Unhappy marriage
Le Champ de drap d'or [Camp du Drap d'or ]
[Recueil. Oeuvre de James Basire]
[Recueil. Oeuvre de James Basire]

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Part of the Red Sea
The City of Namur with the Castle and other fortifications. For Mr Tindal's continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England
Cony, a strong city of Piedmont in the States of Savoy from Mr Tindal's continuation of Mr Rapin's History of England
Deux gravures de James Basire, relatives au Camp du Drap d'Or

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