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Some of the prints have a description naming the designers and hairdressers whose work is depicted.
In addition each print bears the name of the printers:
Desterbecq, Bruxelles & Amsterdam
S B Fuller, 61 Pall Mall London
The prints are framed in elegant silvered rectangular frames.
Add a touch of style and elegance into your interiors.
In excellent condition, please see photos for confirmation of condition.
Dimensions in cm:
Height 33 x Width 23 x Depth 2 - Frame
Height 26 x Width 16 - Print
Dimensions in inches:
Height 13.0 x Width 9.1 x Depth 0.8 - Frame
Height 10.2 x Width 6.3 - Print
S. & J. Fuller 1809-1854, Fuller & Co 1855-1862, Joseph & Samuel B. Fuller 1856-1862 - publishers, print sellers, stationers, manufacturers, artists’ colourmen.
Samuel Williams Fuller (c.1777-1857) and his brother Joseph Carr Fuller (c.1783-1863) advertised the opening of their shop in Rathbone Place in 1809. The two brothers were partners in what became one of the leading print publishing businesses of Regency and early Victorian London, producing a number of print catalogues (A catalogue of prints, sporting-works, medallions, drawing-books.
Their trade as artists’ colourmen was mainly in watercolours and drawing materials. Their trade card, advertising the ‘Temple of Fancy’, c.1810, focused on the market in genteel products for, while a later three-page leaflet was aimed at male customers, watermark 1817. A leaflet, apparently from the Lady’s Magazine, August 1823, depicted Fuller’s shop interior, and gives a good idea of the product range; the business was advertised as ‘Publishers of the greatest variety of Sporting Prints.
The role of the firm in supplying artists remains to be investigated. One of John Constable’s sketchbooks, c.1832-5, bears a label inside the front cover, ‘S. & J. Fuller, Temple of Fancy, 34 Rathbone Place, London’. Samuel Williams Fuller and Joseph Carr Fuller dissolved their partnership in 1854. By this time both men were in their seventies. Samuel Williams Fuller, print seller and publisher of St Marylebone, have been succeeded in the business by his son.,
Samuel Berry Fuller (c.1817-73). From 1862 until 1873, Samuel Berry Fuller traded independently as an artists’ colourman at 61 Pall Mall, London. He died in Hampstead in 1873.
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