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Victorian Cricketers by Charles John Basebe 1841

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Victorian Crickers - Charles Basebe

Victorian Cricket printCharles Baseby Aquatint

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Cricketers by Charles J. Basebe, Alfred Mynn, Charles George Taylor, George Leopold Landon, Roger Kynaston Jun, aquatint dated 1841. Very scarce.
Published by W.H. Mason, Repository of Arts, Brighton.


Condition: Good imprint, laid on museum board, marks and damage to margins, images unaffected, framed and mounted.


Title: Victorian Cricketers
Medium: Aquatint Image Size: 430 x 325mm, 17 x 12.75"
Order No. 7527 Price: £765.00 framed Paper Size: 480 x 375mm, 19 x 14.75"
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Charles John Basebe (1818-1880) a figurativer and genre artist who specailized in cricketers. During the 1840’s he produced several cricket portraits which were issued as coloured aquatint prints. He worked closely with the portrait painter, William Drummond, together produced the painting 'A Cricket Match between the Counties of Sussex and Kent, at Brighton'.
He married Caroline Busby (b. 1821) and they had eight children including Athelstane Basebe and Charles Edward Basebe.

Also published lithographs of topographical views including:
Three plates for 'Six Views of Windsor Castle' circa 1835.
Plates for Alfred Crowquill's A Peep at Brighton 1848.

His probate record reads: Charles John Basebe (26 February). Administration of the Personal Estate of Charles John Basebe, late of 21 Langdon-road, Islington, Middlesex, who died 22 January 1880 at 21 Langdon Road was granted at the Principal Registrt to Caroline Basebe of 21 Langdon-road Widow the Relict.

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