Two very rare Chinese export reverse glass paintings, mounted in their original frames, depicting two of the twelve months of the year-one representing the month of January, with a winter scene of a skating party, the second image depicting the month of February with farmers preparing their fields for planting. Rather accurately painted from a set of twelve stipple engravings by Batolozzi, after the original paintings done by William Hamilton, R.A. in the 1790s. One with a small arched crack, professionally restored, in the lower left corner which does not go into the image, otherwise, remarkable condition, considering their age and the medium, and with their original frames! Framed size 17″ x 15″. Circa 1800. Sold separately.