LIST 475 – NOVEMBER 2017
1. CUNDALL Charles R.A. R.W.S. (1890-1971) The roofs of Assisi. Oil on canvas. Signed. Exhibited: Phoenix Gallery, Lavenham. 16x24 inches. Framed: 21x28.5 inches. £1500.
2. ANON. Circle of Anna Zinkeissen (1901-1976) Head of a Nurse. Oil on canvas. Circa 1930. 18x14.25 inches. £1250.
3. CERNY Karel (Charles) (1892-1965) Trompe l’oeil. Oil on canvas. Signed. 18x21.75 inches. £875.
4. MARTINEZ Raymond (b.1937) ‘Castel Ottieri II’. Oil on board. Exhibited: Lefevre Gallery, 1970. xxx inches. Framed: £475.
5. FREYBURG Frank (1862-1940) Barge on river. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1928. 30x39 inches. Framed: 37.5x47.5 inches. £2500.
6. GAULT Annabel (b.1952) ‘Summer, 2006’. Oil on paper. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery, October 2006. 10x12 inches. Framed: 15.25x17.5 inches. £700.
7. FAIRGRIEVE James R.S.A. (b.1944) ‘Low Winter’. Acrylic/canvas. Signed and dated,1982. 36x36 inches. £1750
8. HITCHENS John (b.1940) ‘Cliff Light’. Oil on canvas. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1963. 22x20 inches. Framed: 25x23 inches. £1750.
9. WHITE Ethelbert N.E.A.C. R.W.S. L.G. S.W.E. (1891-1972) ‘Fisherman’s Huts, Walberswick’. Oil on card. Signed. Circa 1930. 18x22 inches. Framed 26x29 inches. £1500
10. MCEVOY Ambrose A.R.A. (1878-1927) ‘Hommage to Turner’. Oil on canvas. Circa 1900. 22x16 inches. £2250.
11. ROBERTSON REID John R.B.A. (1851-1926) Cornish fishermen, probably at Polperro. Oil on canvas. Circa 1900. Signed. 24x36 inches. £5750
12. TRAUNER Alexandre (1906-1993) ‘Hecatombe’. Oil on card. Circa 1960. Signed. Inscribed verso. 22x29.5 inches. Framed: 31x39 inches. £3000.
13. JACKSON Frederick Ernest A.R.A. (1872-1945) ‘Last Model, Oxford’. Oil on canvas. Label verso by his pupil Pamela Ovens ‘painted on the morning of the accident which led to his death March 2nd 1945’. 18x14 inches. Framed: 25x21 inches. £2750.
14. WOLFSFELD Erich (1885-1956) A cloaked beggar. Oil on paper. Circa 1910. Signed. 18x11 inches. £475
15. YEOMAN Martin (b.1953) Chrysanthemums. Oil on canvas. Inscribed verso. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1989. 35.5x27.75 inches. Framed: 41.5x33.5 inches. £1250.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS
16. ACKERMANN Gerald R.I. (1876-1960) Blakeney Cut. Watercolour. Provenance: Mrs Ethel Scully (the artist’s sister) to the Fry Gallery. 6.5x10 inches. £475.
17. ANON. British Hand. Circa 1835. Northern Italian landscape. Watercolour and gum arabic. Inscribed verso in early hand ‘Cassiano, near Milan, from Canaletti (sic)’. Original frame. 13.5x21 inches. Framed: 18.75x26.25 inches. £475.
18. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1739-1809) (Pupil /Circle of) A great Oak. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1790. Bears false signature. Ex. Collection: Lyndon Goodwin Harris. 11x18.75 inches. £400
19. ANON. Monro School. Okehampton Castle from the River Okement. Pen, brush and sepia washes. Circa 1800. 9.5x13.25 inches. £375.
20. ANON. Circa 1863. ‘Painting’: study for a mural lunette, possibly for the Victoria and Albert Museum’s National Competition Gallery. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. 6.25x7.25 inches. Framed: 14x14.5 inches. £475
21. ANON. DEVON (Subject) Circa 1800. ‘At Northam’. Watercolour. Inscribed verso. Ex. Coll: Sir Bruce Ingram. 5.75x9 inches. £225
22. BEVERLEY William Roxby (1811-1889) ‘Rocks at Filey’, Yorkshire. Watercolour. Inscribed by the artist verso. 9.25x13 inches. £575.
23. BELL Robert Anning R.A. N.E.A.C. (1863-1933) ‘The Women Stood Afar Off Beholding These Things’. Pastel study for the oil painting in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool. 1920. Ex. Collection: Gerald Moira. 17.5x11 inches. Framed: 27x20 inches. £875
24. ANON. Circle of Peter De Wint O.W.S. (1784-1849) ‘View of Windsor / from below Bridge / looking to (?Clone)’ Watercolour. Indistinctly inscribed verso. 5x6.5 inches. £775.
25. BURNEY Edward Francis (1760-1848) An Offering. Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1795. 1x2.5 inches. £275.
26. BROOKES Warwick (1808-1882) Reading by the fire. Pencil. Signed and dated, January 1869. 10x5 inches. £775.
27. BURNEY Edward Francis (1760-1848) A Threat. Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1795. 1x2.5 inches. £275.
28. CAPON William (1757-1827) Billingsgate and the Gun Tavern. Pencil and watercolour. 4.75x6.25 inches. Framed: 15x16.25 inches. £575.
29. CARLINE Sydney William L.G. (1888-1929) Bathers. Red chalks. Signed and dated, 1923. 19.75x17.5 inches. Framed: 29.5x27 inches. £875.
30. BROWN John Arnesby R.A. (1866-1955) Haddiscoe Church. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. 11x13.5 inches. Framed: 18x21 inches. £2750
31. CARTER Samuel John (1835-1892) ‘A Happy Christmas’. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1882. Inscribed verso to Mr and Mrs R Emerson. 4.5x6 inches. £125.
32. CARTER Samuel John (1835-1892) ‘A Happy Christmas’ from a Pug, the sofa. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1882. Inscribed verso to Mrs Emerson 4.5x6 inches. £125.
33. CARTER Samuel John (1835-1892) ‘Charter’s Dream, A Merry Christmas’. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1882.Inscribed verso to Mr Emerson. 6x4.5 inches. £125.
34. CLEVELEY Robert (1747-1809) ‘On the Thames by the Duke of Buccleugh’s grounds at Richmond’. Pencil and watercolour. The Duchess of Buccleugh inherited the house and grounds at Richmond in 1790. Provenance: An album of Cleveley’s work with the Albany Gallery in 1967. Presumably originally inscribed in the album Exhibited: Michael Bryan. 5x7.5 inches. Framed: 16.5x18.5 inches. £875.
35. CLEVELEY John Jnr (1747-1786) Portugal; Lisbon, the Placa do Comercio. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Prov: An album of watercolours and drawings executed during Cleveley’s voyage to Portugal in July-December 1775; Sothebys, November, 1983. Exh: John Cleveley Jnr’s Voyage to Portugal, 1775, A&H, Jan 1984. 11x19 inches. £4000
36. CLEVELEY Robert (1747-1809) ‘Punting near Windsor on the Duke of Clarence’s birthday’. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1795. Provenance: An album of Cleveley’s work with the Albany Gallery in 1967. Presumably originally inscribed in the album. 5.75x9.25 inches. Framed: 14x16.75 inches. £1250.
37. COX David O.W.S. (1783-1859) Woman on a bright day. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1840. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1940. Mrs Vevey. 7.5x10.25 inches. £1250.
38. DANCE-HOLLAND Sir Nathaniel (1735-1811) Studies of Opera Singers. Pencil on reverse of printed song. 5.5x6 inches. £225.
39. DRESDEN (Subject) ANON. ‘Dresden looking Westward’. Pencil. Inscribed/?signed and dated August 3rd 1834. 7x10 inches. £125.
40. CASSON Sir Hugh P.R.A. C.H. (1910-1999) Still-life. Watercolour. Signed. 5x3.25 inches. £175.
41. DOWNMAN John A.R.A. (1750-1824) Young woman with a very fashionable coiffeur. Pencil and watercolour on paper laid on original linen with stretcher. Signed and dated, 1797. 8.25 x6.75 inches. Original frame: 13.5x12 inches. £2250.
42. DIGHTON Richard (1795-1880) ‘Colonel Lowther’ Ink and watercolour. Inscribed 6.25x4.5 inches. £95.
43. FISHER Sir George Bulteel (1764-1834) The Galtee Mountains, Co Tipperary. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed verso. Fisher served in Ireland from 1800-1812. 18.5x25 inches. Framed: 26x34.25 inches. £650.
44. FENNELL Louisa (Exh.1880-1894) Heath Old Hall, Wakefield. Demolished 1961. Watercolour. Signed. 18x12.5 inches. £275.
45. FARINGTON Joseph R.A. (1747-1821) Romantic landscape. Pen and ink, lightly squared for transfer. Backing indistinctly inscribed ‘(?Drawn) on back, (? Painted for Rev. Dr Harrington / with some alterations’. Provenance: Album of Farington drawings, Sotheby’s 21.11.1964 as Ex. Oppe Collection. 6x6.75 inches. £375.
46. PEMBERTON John (fl.1950s) Standing Figure I. Brush, ink and gouache. From a sketchpad signed and dated 1954 on the frontispiece. 6.5x4 inches. £95.
47. PEMBERTON John (fl.1950s) Seated Figure I. Brush, ink and gouache. From a sketchpad signed and dated 1954 on the frontispiece. 7x5.75 inches. £95.
48. PEMBERTON John (fl.1950s) Standing Figure II. Brush, ink and gouache. From a sketchpad signed and dated 1954 on the frontispiece. 6.5x4 inches. £95.
49. PEMBERTON John (fl.1950s) Standing Figure III. Pen, brush, ink and gouache. From a sketchpad signed and dated 1954 on the frontispiece. 6.5x4 inches. £95.
50. PEMBERTON John (fl.1950s) Seated Couple I. Pen, brush, ink and gouache. From a sketchpad signed and dated 1954 on the frontispiece. 9.5x6.75 inches. £95.
51. PEMBERTON John (fl.1950s) Standing Figure and Disc I. Brush, ink and gouache. From a sketchpad signed and dated 1954 on the frontispiece. 6.5x4 inches. £95.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS Cont…
52. HAM Ada J (Exh. 1885-1888) An Aesthetic Still-life. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1886. 9.75x4.5 inches. £265.
53. FRIPP Alfred Downing (1822-1895) ‘Hampstead Road’; the Artist’s Studio. Watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated 1841. 15x10.5 inches. £1750.
54. HIGHMORE Anthony (1719-1799) (Attributed to) Seated Lady with a lace cap. Pencil and watercolour. Dated ‘7 Dec 1778’. 7x4 inches. £375.
55. HEARNE Thomas (1744-1817) ‘Holyrood House’. Brush and monochrome washes. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1972. Engraved by Byrne for ‘Antiquities of Great Britain’, 1807, vol.2, pl.XIX. 7.5x9.75 inches £875.
56. HERON Leon (fl.1930s) At a Bar. Ink and gouache. Circa 1935. Signed. 20x16 inches. £250.
57. GOODWIN Albert R.W.S. (1845-1932) Zermatt Valley, St Nicholas by moonlight. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Maas Gallery. 10.25x14.25 inches. Framed: 19x22.5 inches. £1850.
58. HUGO Jean (1894-1984) La Dame et la Licorne. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Inscribed and dated, 1968 verso. 3.75x2.75 inches. £1250.
59. MOORE Mona (1917-2000) London. ‘Covent Garden Market’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed and dated 1936. 15x19 inches. £375
60. HOLLAND James (1799-1870) ‘Ponte di Rialto, Venezia’; Byron overlooking the Rialto Bridge. Pencil, brush, watercolour and gouache. Signed with initials and dated 18(4?)6. Exhibited: Turner and Byron, Tate Gallery, 1992, Cat. no.7; Fine Art Society, 1971. Illustrated: Dustjacket to So Late into the Night: Byron’s Letters and Journals, Vol 5 1816-1817, Edited by Leslie A. Marchand, 1976. Ex. Collection: Lionel Lambourne. 14.76x10 inches. £2750
61. NOLLEKENS Joseph R.A. (1737-1823) Study for a Monument, with Britannia draping a cenotaph or tomb decorated with artist’s palette, mallet and set square. Pencil. Verso inscribed: ‘Nolekens Esq / Mortimer Street / Cavendish Square’. 6x5.75 inches roundel. £975.
62. NIXON Job (1891-1938) ‘Dartmouth’. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Circa 1930. Inscribed verso. Provenance: Estate of the Artist’s daughter. 11.25x15.5 inches. £475
63. NIXON John (1750-1818) Studies of four gentlemen. Pen and ink. Circa 1790. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester. 5x4.5 inches. Framed: 12.75x11.25 inches. £225.
64. PAYNE William (1760-1830) ‘View on the Coast near Mt Edgecumbe’. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Signed and inscribed verso. 5.75x8.25 inches. Framed:13x16 inches. £2250.
65. PRIETO MUNOZ Gregorio (1897-1992) Portrait of an Officer. Pencil. Signed and dated 1945. 25.75x19.75 inches. £575
66. PRINSEP William (1794-1842) The Pyramids of Saqqara. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed on the original, attached backing ‘The land of Goshen / Bricks chiefly used / the chopped straw / peculiarly visible in them (left); Gizeh / 8 miles off (beneath distant pyramid) Pyramids of Sakhara / Cairo in the distance’. Exhibited: No.46 ‘The overland route of William Prinsep (1794-1874): A pictorial record of his journey across the desert from Koseir to Luxor and down the Nile to Cairo in 1842’, Martyn Gregory Gallery, 1984. 10x14 inches. Framed: 18x23.75 inches. £2250.
67. PROSDOCIMI Alberto (1852-1925) La Porta Della Carta, Palazzo Ducale, Venice. Ink, watercolour and gum arabic. Circa 1885. Signed. 14x10.5 inches. Framed: 22x17.5 inches. £1400.
68. RAUSCHER Johann (1754-1808) Coburg / Thuringia: ‘Bei Coburg nach den Gleichens bergen hin’. Gouache. Circa 1800. Signed. Original Biedermeier frame and glass. 19x27 inches. Framed: 22x30 inches. £2750
69. REYNOLDS Frank (1876-1953) ‘Oh Frederick isn’t there some place where there are fewer fish?’. Pen and ink for ‘Punch’, circa 1935. Signed. 12x8 inches. £325.
70. RUSSELL FLINT William P.R.W.S. (1880-1969) Devon: Great Eaglebourne. ‘Wet ploughed uplands’. Watercolour. Signed. Signed and inscribed verso. 7x10.5 inches. Framed: 15x8.5 inches. £1500
71. SHEPARD Ernest Howard M.C. (1879-1976) ‘Rough idea for Winter Scene’. Pencil, brush and ink. Signed and inscribed beneath the mount. 9x7 inches. £475.
72. RICHARDS Ceri C.B.E. (1903-1971) Lyre Birds, drawn for ‘Poetry, London’. Ink and watercolour. c.1945. Impressed Studio Stamp. Verso inscribed and dedicated to Anthony Dawson (1921-2006) by Frances Richards. 7x10 inches. Framed: 14.25x16.5 inches. £3750
73. SUNDERLAND Thomas (1744-1823) ‘On Uls-water’ (sic): the upper end of Ullswater with Place Fell. Pen, ink and watercolour. On original backing. 9x13.5 inches. Framed: 17.75x21 inches. £725.
74. SHEPHERD Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864) Regent’s Park Zoo. Pen, brush and sepia ink. Circa 1850. Signed. ‘Jack’ was the Zoos first elephant acquired in 1831. 6x9.5 inches £3250.
75. TOMKINS Charles (1757-1823) A Farm. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1782. Exhibited: Michael Bryan. 7.25x9.25 inches oval. Framed: 18x19 inches. £475.
76. VARLEY Albert Fleetwood (1804-1876) London: the view towards St Pauls Cathedral from Sydenham Hill. Watercolour with scratching out. Original backing signed. 4.25x7.75 inches. Framed: 12x14 inches. £675
77. TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) An Offer: Churchill, Hitler and Mussolini. Ink, charcoal and chalk. Signed and inscribed: ‘Peace Talk rumours. Churchill: ‘… but we can give you St Helena with the greatest of pleasure!’. Exhibited: Glasgow Art Gallery. 15x11.5 inches. £3250
78. VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1842) Capriccio. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1840. 9x14.25 inches. £450.
79. VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) Boy in a landscape. Pencil on trimmed page from a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: professor John Ball. 4x6.5 inches. £2250.
80. WHISTLER Rex (1905-1944) ‘Pictures for Katherine’. Pen and ink. Signed. Ill. p.29. ‘Green Outside’, Elizabeth Godley, published 1931. Framed: 11.75x12.75 inches. £450.
81. WILKIE Sir David R.A. (1785-1841) ‘The Queen’s First Council’. Pen and ink study for ‘The First Council of Queen Victoria’, oil on canvas, 1838, Royal Collection. 4x6 inches. £1250.
PAUL SANDBY R.A. (1731-1809)
These drawings relate to the print ‘Sketches taken at Print Sales’ (Click Here).
Lit: Paul Oppe, Paul Sandby Drawings at Windsor Castle, 1947, Cat no. 417, p. 83.
82. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) ‘Mr Bentley / Collector of Coins’. Pencil, pen and ink. 3x3 inches. £675.
83. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1315-1809) ‘Bradshaw’. Pencil. Inscribed. Ex. Collection: Iolo Williams. 2.5x2.5 inches. £475.
84. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) ‘Geo Keate Esq’ (George Keate F.S.A. F.R.S. R.A. 1729-1797) Sketch taken at a Print Sale. Pencil, brush and ink. Ex. Collection: Iolo Williams. 2.5x3 inches. £675.
85. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) ‘Brander’; possibly Gustavus Brander (1720-1787) F.R.S. Director of the Bank of England and Trustee of the British Museum. 2.5x3 inches. £675.
86. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) ‘Sir John Chapman’. Pencil. Inscribed. Ex/Collection: Iolo Williams. 2.75x2.25 inches. £475.
87. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) ‘Hamden’. Pencil. Inscribed. Ex. Collection: Iolo Williams. 2.5x1.75 inches. £475.
88. BISCOMB Marjorie (Exh.1938-1940) ‘An impression of the Head of the River Race, Chester’. Woodcut. Signed and inscribed. 8x12 inches. £1,100
89. BOYD HARTE Glynn (1948-2003) Cocktail and Asparagus. Lithograph. Signed and inscribed ‘Curwen Archive’. 18x24 inches. £225.
90. AUSTIN Robert Sargent R.E. R.A. (1895-1973) Woman milking goat. Engraving. Signed, dated 1926 and editioned CD.59. II/2. 4.5x4.5 inches. £125.
91. BURRA Edward (1905-1976) ‘Guitar Player’. Woodcut. C.1929. Re-strike printed by Alexander Postan from the original block and sold by Observer Art in an edition of 45. 1971. Signed and editioned 4/45. The blocks then given to the Tate. 6x4 inches. £575.
92. BURRA Edward (1905-1976) ‘Fleet’s in’. Woodcut. C.1929. Re-strike printed by Alexander Postan from the original block and sold by Observer Art in an edition of 45. 1971. Signed and editioned 4/45. The blocks then given to the Tate. 6x4 inches. £575.
93. BURRA Edward (1905-1976) ‘Two at a Bar’ Woodcut. C.1929. Re-strike printed by Alexander Postan from the original block and sold by Observer Art in an edition of 45. 1971. The blocks then given to the Tate. 6x4 inches. £575.
94. BROCKHURST Gerald (1890-1978) ‘Chiquita’ (F.44) Etching. 1923-24. One of 81 impressions. Signed. 6.25x5.25 inches. £375.
95. HUGHES-STANTON Blair (1902-1981) ‘Helen’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned ‘AP7’ and dated 1932. 7x4.25 inches. £550.
96. FAIRCLOUGH Wilfred R.E. R.W.S. (1907-1996) ‘Spanish Beggar’ (L.23). Engraving published by the Print Collectors Quarterly. Signed and dated, 1938. 6x5 inches. £150.
97. JANES Norman R.E. R.W.S. (1892-1980) ‘Liverpool Street Station’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed and editioned 19/40. 7x9 inches. £1,250
98. PIPER John (1903-1992) Brunswick Terrace. Etching and aquatint for ‘Brighton Aquatints’, one of 200 impressions. 8.25x10.75 inches. Framed: 17x19.25 inches. £1,100
99. INGHAM Bryan (1936-1997) ‘Dartington Hall Gardens’. Etching and aquatint. Signed, editioned 62/65 and dated, 1975. 11x17 inches. £775.
100. STRANG William R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Sancho whipping himself’. Etching. Impression printed and signed by David Strang. 6x7 inches. £150.
101. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Arco de la Sangre de Cristo, Toledo’. Etching. Signed and dated, 1913. 10x5 inches. £350
102. WEDGWOOD Geoffrey R.E. (1900-1977) ‘Porta Apia, Rome’. Engraving. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1926. 8x7 inches. £475.
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