Lady Butler
Antique Prints

Since 1763 the name 'Russborough' has been synonymous with collecting and dealing in fine art. In the closing decades of the last century the historic town of Port Hope has become home to Lord Russborough's Annex, which specialises in an individual mix of antique maps, paintings and prints.

An extract of our prints currently available:

The Roll Call - Lady Butler 1
"The Roll Call"  2 3
The Return from Inkerman - Lady Butler
Balaclava - Lady Butler 2 3
"Scotland Forever!"
Scotland Forever - Lady Butler
"Quatre Bras"1 2
"Steady, The Drums and Fifes!"
"The Remnants of an Army"

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The Roll Call

CALLING THE ROLL AFTER AN ENGAGEMENT, CRIMEA
Elizabeth Thompson
[Lady Butler] RI
1885-1895

Fine deluxe mixed media engraving, signed by both artist and engraver of which there were only 200 copies issued.

Mixed Media Engraving.
Scarce, Artists Proof Before Letters.

Signed Elizabeth Butler, Artist; & W.J. Hulland, Engraver (below plate).

Published by The Fine Art Society London. 1 Nov. 1882 with authenticating seal of Printsellers Association London. 15 x 29 3/4" excluding signatures.

(Ref. RI.272 /ALN/and>AANN)

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"The Roll Call"

Crimea 1854-5

after the original painting by
Lady Butler

By permission of Fine Art Society London.ca.1895
B/W gravure.
12 1/2 x 25 1/8" excluding letters.

Ref. LRA1121 /LN/v.annr>ELN)    SOLD

Another Copy Reduced size 7 3/4 x 15 5/8" (19.7 x 39.7 cm.) excluding letters 
Ref. TMcC1/DNN/ dn.andl> AVL

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Balaclava 25th. Oct. 1854

Elizabeth Thompson [Lady Butler] RI [1876 (1880)]

Original Hand tinted mixed media engraving by F. Stacpoole

Published Fine Art Society 25th. July 1880.
20 " x 37 3/4 "


Ref. VF1 /OLN/ r. andd > AOOL 


 

Lady B  Balaclava with poem

Balaclava The Return 25th. Oct. 1854

"The Charge of the six hundred" after the original painting by
Elizabeth Thompson [Lady Butler]
Seven lines from Tennyson's poem

Photogravure after the engraving by F. Stacpoole.

Published Fine Art Society ca. 1885.
15 3/8 " x 24 7/8" inc letters
(Ref.141DS1 /DLN/l. andg>GOL)


Balaclava

The Return 25th. Oct. 1854

Elizabeth Thompson [Lady Butler] RI
[1876 (ca.1885)]

"That glorious blunder of which Englishmen are justifiably proud"
Yorkshire Post 10/11/1876

Photogravure after the engraving by F. Stacpoole.

Published Fine Art Society ca. 1885.
10 1/2" x 20"
(Ref.LRA1126 /DLN/v. annr>GLN)

 

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Butler Inkerman the return

The Return from Inkerman

"The soldiers battle"
Elizabeth Thompson
[Lady Butler] RI

Sunday November 5th 1854 after the original painting by Lady Butler.

"It was a glorious day for the British army." (Extract from Lord Raglan's dispatch.) [1877 ca.1900)].

Photogravure Engraving. Published Fine Art Society London.
15 3/4 x 24 15/16" including letters.

(Ref.LRA1030 /RNN/dov>G0L)

 

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"Scotland Forever!"
[1881 (1885)]

after the original painting by Lady Butler

The charge of the Scots Greys at Waterloo

B/W photogravure, some restoration, [Published] Copyright by S Hildesheimer Co. Ltd. Manchester; Ca 1885.
13 1/2 x 26"

(Ref.LRA1122 /LN/v. annr>LAL)

Scotland Forever.

Elizabeth Thompson, (Lady Butler)
[1881 (1890)]

The Charge of The Scots Greys at Waterloo

Chromolithograph.
Descriptive text (bottom left).

Published Buffalo Pictorial Co., Buffalo, NY [ca1890]
15 X 27 7/8" excluding letters.

(Ref.DS0570 /DAL/dov>LAL)

"Quatre Bras"

The afternoon of June 16th 1815
after the original painting by Lady Butler

"Amazons work...The first fine Pre-Raphalite picture of battle."
John Ruskin

B/W photogravure after the mixed media engraving.
Some browning & water stains.

Published as a supplement to Holly Leaves Dec. 1913 by permission of Fine Art Society London.
12 3/4 x 26 1/2" excluding letters.

(Ref.LRA1125 /ANN/v. annr>GLN) SOLD

Another copy Reduced Size 8 1/2 x 17 3/4" 21.6 x 45.1 cm.) excluding letters. C.Taber & Co.
Ref. TMcC2/DNN/ dn.andl> ASL

 

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Lady Butler Steady the Drums and Fifes also Remnants of an army

"Steady, The Drums and Fifes!"

Battle of Albuera, 16 May 1811, one of the bloodiest of the Peninsula War
From the painting
by Lady Butler

"To stand under fire, still and motionless, is a supreme act of the will."
Cardinal Manning

Original Handcoloured Photogravure.

Published, Goupil & Co. London & Paris 1916. Fine creases throughout.
15 3/4 x 24" excluding letters.

(Ref.LRA1127 /ALN/v. annr>GOL)

Lady Butler Remnants of an army

The remnants of an army

" ... The man has come back to tell of a powerful army bloted out. of the shame and humiliation of a great people" Archbishop of York 1879


Dr. Brydon, the sole survivor of 16,000 of the British forces, arriving exausted at the gates of Jellalabad, January 13th, 1842
after the original painting by Lady Butler.
Hand coloured lithograph after the mixed media engraving by J.J. Chant by permission of Fine Art Society London. 1890
14 x 24 3/4 " excluding letters.      


(Ref.LRA2040 /ANN/o. anng> S0L)

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