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Our Stores. Apply Filter Remove Filter Categories. England in V2 QAR After severing his connection with Jennings around , Heath continued to supervise the publication of The Keepsake when it was taken over in by Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown and Green, who continued to act as publishers throughout the period when Turner was contributing to the volumes. Impressions of the plates are found with the names of different publishers than those of the corresponding volumes of The Keepsake see, for example, T This suggests that print publishers such as Moon, Boys and Graves and Charles Tilt bought up the steel plates from Longman's and, after altering the publication line on the plates, issued impressions separately, perhaps in portfolio , for sale to collectors.
The Keepsake was also published in France and Germany, which is indicative of its international appeal: in Paris by Giraldon Bovinet , Rittner and Goupill —6 and Delloy and Co. Asher —6.
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The editorship of The Keepsake was also subject to change: from to the editor was Frederick Mansel Reynolds, in the Hon. Heath continued to supervise the production of The Keepsake under its different publishers until his death in , although Turner's contribution to the project ceased in ; the last volume of The Keepsake appeared as late as It is possible that Heath and Turner maintained a fairly flexible arrangement as to where the artist's drawings made for engraving would ultimately appear.
Some of the illustrations for The Keepsake were possibly originally intended for use in other projects on which Turner was engaged at that time, or were recycled from schemes abandoned by artist or publisher. Although most of the engravings, particularly in the early volumes, were executed by Heath himself, none of the illustrations after Turner were by him.
Except for Henry Griffiths active —49 , whose only plate after Turner appeared in The Keepsake , all the engravers had worked with the artist before.
Several of the engravings in this group are stamped with Turner's monogram blind stamp Lugt The Keepsake prints from his studio were sold at Christie's from 23 to 25 April All except two of the plates in this group T , T were once in the collection of the lawyer Sir Henry Theobald — T Burning of the Houses of Parliament engr. Willmore, pub. Turner R. Tilt, Fleet Street.