LIST 473 – SEPTEMBER 2017
For those of you who may find our forthcoming
Exhibition of Twentieth Century Watercolours and Drawings
too exclusively just that, we have put lots of 18th and 19th Century works (73) on this LIST.
1. BLISS Douglas Percy S.W.E. R.B.A (1900-1984) ‘Ecclesbourne Valley in the snow’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1967. Inscribed verso. 20x29.5 inches. Framed: 26x36 inches. £2250.
2. ANON. (WW2 subject) Circa 1945. Soldier of the 122 Anti-Tank Regiment, Royal Artillery, serving with 29th Infantry Brigade near Mandalay (Feb-March 1945) or on the Rangoon Road (April-May 1945). Oil on canvas. Indistinctly signed. 23.5x19.5 inches. Framed: 29x24 inches. £475.
3. CAMPION Oliver (1928-2000) ‘Cevennes’ landscape. Oil on canvas. Signed, dated 1985 and inscribed verso. 18x20 inches. £775.
4. COBBE Alec (b.1945) Venice: Santa Maria Della Pieta, riva degli Schiavoni. Acrylic on board. Exhibited: ‘Alec Cobbe’, Rafael Valls Contemporary. 10x6 inches. Framed: 13x9 inches. £475.
5. COVERLEY-PRICE Victor (1901-1988) Zermatt: ‘The Matterhorn from Riffelhorn’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1952. 32x39 inches. £1375.
6. GALLIFANT Genevieve Marie (1888-1978) ‘Fenetre aux citrons’. Oil on board. Signed. Circa 1960. 26x21.25 inches. £775.
7. HODGKIN Eliot (1905-1987) ‘Pigonnier a Verat’ Oil on board. Signed and dated, ‘20.ix.(19)62’. Exhibited: Roland, Browse and Delbanco. 10.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 13.25x9.5 inches. £1500.
8. MOONEY Martin (b.1960) ‘Castell d’Emporda’, Spain. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1993. 20.5x40.5 inches. Framed: 29x49 inches. £2250.
9. PASSINI Rita (1883-1976) ‘Turkish cemetary near Sarejevo’. Oil on canvas. Provenance: the artist’s descendants. 20x15.5 inches. Framed: 25x21 inches. £2250.
10. RAPHAEL Sarah (1962-2001) ‘A Member of the Family’. Acrylic on paper laid on canvas. Signed and dated, 1990. Exhibited: Agnews. 57.5x37.5 inches. Framed: 62x41 inches. £6750.
11. WILLIAMS Miss (fl.1890s) ‘From our Verandah, Hillwood, Panchgani’. Oil on canvas. Signed, inscribed and dated 1897 on the stretcher. Original frame with makers label ‘Maneckji Pestonji’. 11.5x18.75 inches. Framed: 16x23.5 inches. £1250.
12. WESTON Robert Harris (Patrick) (1878-1936) ‘The Montmartre Cabaret, Aristide Bruant’s Cabaret, from memory’. Oil on board. Signed, inscribed and dated, November 1924 verso. 17x17 inches. Framed: 23.25x23.25 inches. £2250.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS
13. ABBOTT John White (1763-1851) Muchelney Abbey, Somerset. Pen, brush and ink. Exhibited: William Drummond. 5.5x7.75 inches. Framed: 12.5x14.5 inches. £450.
14. ALLAN Rosemary (Mrs Allan Gwynne-Jones) (1911-2008) The shell cupboard. Ink and gouache. Signed. 14x10 inches. £675.
15. ADAM Robert F.R.S.A. (1728-1792) Capriccio. Watercolour. Inscribed verso in an 18thc hand ‘By Mr Adam’. Prov: Fettercairn House. Ex. Collection: Probably Sir William Forbes, 6th Bt. of Pitsligo (1739-1806) and by descent. 5x8 inches. £2600.
16. ANNIGONI Pietro ‘On route for Somaen’. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. Signed and dated ‘LV’. Ill: Annigoni’s ‘Spanish Sketch Book’, publ.1957. Exhibited: Agnews (No.17462) 15x21 inches. Framed: 20.25x26.25 inches. £3500.
17. ANON. Circa 1790. Head of Medusa. Pen and ink. Letter verso. Bears later initials ‘E.L’. Exhibited: William Drummond (as ‘Circle of Richard Cosway’). 6x3.25 inches. Framed: 12x9 inches. £400.
18. ANON. Circa 1814. London: ‘St James’s Park’. Watercolour. Inscribed verso. The Chinese Bridge in St James’s Park was designed by John Nash as a part of the celebrations of the accession to the throne by George I in 1714. 7.75x11.5 inches. Framed: 15.5x18.75 inches. £450.
19. ANON. Mid 18th century. Frontispiece design. Pen, brush and wash on grey paper. Circa 1750. 4.25x8.25 inches. £850.
20. ANON. Circa 1840. ‘Henry Lygon, 5th Earl Beauchamp’ (1829-1866). Ink and gouache. 7.25x5 inches. Original frame: 11.5x9 inches. £225.
21. BARTLETT William Henry (1809-1854) Powderham Castle, Devon. Pencil, pen and ink. Signed and dated, June 1829, verso. 3.75x5.75 inches. Framed: 11.25x12.25 inches. £375.
22. BOITARD Louis Philippe (fl.1733-1767) ‘Jack the Barber’. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed. Exhibited: William Drummond, Covent Garden Gallery 6x4 inches. £475.
23. BONE Sir Muirhead N.E.A.C. (1876-1953) ‘Barcelona’; Corpus Christi procession in the Ramblas. Pencil, ink and watercolour. 1928. Signed. 10.25x13.75 inches. £875.
24. BRATBY John R.A. (1928-1992) ‘Nell Dunn’ (b.1936) Pencil. Circa 1958. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: ‘John Bratby Retrospective’, Sandford Gallery, Covent Garden, 1980. 22x14.75 inches. £1250.
25. BREE Rev William (1753-1822) Maxstoke Priory, Warwickshire. Watercolour. 1805. Provenance: Sir Bruce Ingram, 1949 as two albums of views of Maxstoke by Bree. (? Pierre Jeannerat) Christies 17.11.1987, one of a collection of 36 watercolours recording Maxstoke Priory, one dated 1805. Lit: p.236. ‘Early English Watercolours’, Iolo Williams. Exhibited ‘Maxstoke Priory, watercolours by William Bree’, Abbott and Holder, September, 1989. 11x15.5 inches. Framed: 19x23 inches. £1500.
26. BROOKE William Henry (1772-1860) Plutus and the three Giants. Pen, ink and watercolour to illustrate ‘Jack the Giant Killer, an Operatic Play’ by Henry Brooke (?1703-1783) 5x5 inches circular. £225.
27. BURNEY Edward Francis (1760-1848) The arrival of a Royal bride. Pen and ink. Provenance: Stanhope Shelton. 2x4 inches octagonal. £375.
28. CARTER John F.S.A. (1748-1817) ‘For Coriolanus (III .iii)’ Pencil. Provenance: a lot of ten drawings by the artist, Christies.30.5.1990. 3.5x4.75 inches. Framed: 11.25x12.75 inches. £225.
29. CHENEY (Robert) Henry (1801-1866) ‘Chiesa de Castello from La Petraia, sunset, August 14’, Florence. Watercolour. Circa 1835. Inscribed verso and on the backing. Provenance: Lot 30. Cheney Sale, Christies, 12.10.2005. Exhibited: No: 19 ’Robert Henry Cheney’, Abbott and Holder. Framed: 11.5x14.5 inches. £375.
30. COTMAN John Sell (1782-1842) A half-timbered cottage, possibly painted to or from Wales with Paul Sandby Munn in 1802. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed, or signed, with the ink initials ‘J.S.C’ verso of the mount. Prov: Fettercairn House. Ex. Collection: Sir William Forbes, 7th Bt. of Pitsligo (1773-1828) and by descent. 5x7 inches. £2250.
31. DANIELL Thomas R.A. (1749-1840) (Attributed to) Study of a carved section. Pencil, brush and sepia ink. Exhibited (as Daniell) Covent Garden Gallery (William Drummond). 3x10.75 inches. Framed: 11x18 inches. £400.
32. DELAMOTTE William (1775-1863) ‘Frogmore’, Windsor. Pencil. Signed and inscribed. 6.75x10 inches. Framed: 14.25x17.25 inches. £300.
33. William Daniell (1769-1837) 'Mrs Robinson, Perdita' Pencil study from the 1793 portrait of Mary 'Perdita' Robinson by George Dance Jnr (NPG) preparatory to Daniell's soft ground etching of the Subject (c.1802). 10x7 inches. Framed: 16x13 inches£1400
34. DEVIS Anthony (1729-1816) Study of a horse. Pen, brush and ink. Exhibited: William Drummond / Covent Garden Gallery. 5x6.5 inches. Framed: 11.25x12.5 inches. £275.
35. DODD Francis R.A. (1874-1949) ‘Avila’. Watercolour. Signed and dated. 9x14 inches. £375.
36. DESVIGNES Peter Hubert (1804-1883) Capriccio. Pen and ink. Exhibited: William Drummond. 8.75x9.5. Framed: 16.25x16.75 inches. £375.
37. DORRELL Edmund (1778-1857) An interesting building with a domed ?Observatory. Watercolour. Circa 1820. 6.5x11.25 inches. £600.
38. ETTY William R.A. (1787-1849) Recto and verso: figure studies. Pen and ink on letter of invitation to ‘Mr William Etty’ for Christmas Day, 1837(?4). 8.75x7 inches. Framed: 16x15 inches. £875.
39. FARINGTON Joseph R.A. (1747-1821) Windsor Castle. Pencil heightened with white chalks on blue paper. Provenance: an album of 70 Farington drawings, Sothebys 21.11.1985 (to A and H). 6x10 inches. Framed: 14x17.5 inches. £275.
40. FERREY Benjamin F.S.A. F.R.I.B.A. (1810-1880) ‘Fontainbleau. Cour d’honneur’. Watercolour. Painted to illustrate p.92 ‘Paris and its Environs’ , Charles Heath and Augustus Charles Pugin, 2 vols, 1828-1831. 5x8.75 inches. Framed: 12.75x15.75 inches. £375.
41. GAUDIER-BRZESKA Henri (1891-1915) Kneeling figure. Pen and ink. Circa 1912. 8.25x7 inches. Framed: 16x14 inches. £3750.
42. FRANCIA Louis (1772-1839) ‘A view of Wimbledon Common / from Richmond Gate / Drawn for T. Shadrake Esq’. Pencil. Signed with monogram. Signed, inscribed and dated 1807 verso. 7x9.75 inches. Framed: 14x17 inches. £475.
43. GERE Charles March R.A. R.W.S. (1869-1957) ‘Mary, Lady Raglan’ (nee Farquhar). Watercolour. Signed verso, inscribed ‘painted at 4 Eaton Terrace’ and dated, December 1910. 7x4.75 inches. Original frame: 9.5x7.25 inches. £775.
44. GILPIN Rev William (1724-1804) Capriccio landscape. Pen, brush and ink. 6.25x9.5 inches. £675.
45. GREAVES Walter (1846-1930) ‘Rotherhithe’ Charcoal. Exhibited: No.81, Walter Greaves 1846-1930 and the Goupil Gallery, paintings, drawings & etchings; Michael Parkin Gallery, 18 January-17 February 1984. 9.5x5.5 inches. Framed: 17x12.25 inches. £775.
46. GLENNIE Arthur R.W.S. (1803-1890) Rome. ‘From the top of / Temple of Peace / Rome’. Pencil. Circa 1845. Inscribed by the artist. 9.75x15.5inches irregular. £150.
47. GLENNIE Arthur R.W.S. (1803-1890 Rome. ‘Foro Romano’. Pencil. Circa 1845. Inscribed by the artist. 15x10.5 inches irregular. £150.
48. GLENNIE Arthur R.W.S. (1803-1890) Rome. ‘from (?J Links) / via Gregoriana / Roma’. Pencil. Circa 1845. Inscribed by the artist. 9x14.5 irregular. £150.
PAUL SANDBY R.A. (1725-1809)
49. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) ‘Susan Carroll, Bob Nunn’s servant at Sandpit Gate. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed verso and ‘Bought at Rev. Dr Wellesley’s Sale Sotheby & Wilkinson, June 1866’. Ex. Coll: Walter Brandt. 6.75x4 inches. Framed: 15x12 inches. £2250.
50. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) Study of three women. Pen, ink and watercolour. Provenance: Dudley Snelgrove. 3.25x5 inches. Framed: 11x12 inches. £875.
51. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) Resting boy. Pencil, brush and wash. Provenance ( by repute) ‘Notebook of Bentinck family’. 3x2.25 inches. £475.
52. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) Seated girl. Pencil, pen and ink. Verso: Studies of figures, ink and watercolour. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery (William Drummond). 3.5x2.75 inches. £475.
53. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) Dog at a cart’s wheel. Pen, brush and ink fragment. 3.25x3 inches. £375.
54. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) Portrait of a lady. Black chalk. Ex. Collection : L G Duke (D.3624) 6x4.75 inches. Framed: 14x12 inches. £1250.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS Cont…
55. HAMPER W (fl.1793-1795) Romantic landscape. Ink and watercolour. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 4.75x6.5 inches. Framed: 14.5x16 inches. £225.
56. HESSE-HOMBURG H.R.H Princess Elizabeth, Landgravine of (1770-1840) Allegorical trophy with the attributes of Industry, Love, Geography, Literature, Painting and Architecture. Brown and grey wash. Exhibited: William Drummond. 8.5x4.5 inches. Framed: 15.5x11.25 inches. £575.
57. HEARNE Thomas (1744-1817) A Lake District bridge. Monochrome watercolour. Ex. Collection: L.G Duke (D.832). 5.25x7.25 inches. £475.
58. HOARE William R.A. (1707-1792) Draped figure. Red chalk. Circa 1765. Possibly a study for the projected decoration of the Temple of Apollo at Stourhead. Provenance: The Ashton family: an album of drawings by William Hoare R.A. and Mary Hoare (1744-1820). Authenticated by Evelyn Newby. 12x7 inches Framed: 20.5x14.75 inches. £375.
59. HILLS Robert P.O.W.S. (1769-1844) Studies of donkeys, a horse and cows. Pencil. Inscribed by the artist in his shorthand. 11.75x9.25 inches. Framed: 20.5x17.25 inches. £375.
60. HILDYARD Canon Christopher (1901-1987) ‘The QM / at the Abbey / Sunday Morning’. Queen Mary at Westminster Abbey. Pencil on writing paper ‘Lime Tree Cottage, Hook, Hampshire’. Inscribed ‘By Canon Christopher Hildyear, 1947’ verso. 6.75x5.25 inches. Framed: 13x11 inches. £225.
61. JONES Harold (1904-1992) ‘The Pie’. Ink and watercolour to illustrate ‘Jack and The Beanstalk; A Book of Nursery Stories’, Kathleen Lines, 1960. Exhibited: No.27, ‘Harold Jones’, Sally Hunter Fine Art, July 1988. Ex. Collection: John Ward R.A. 7x5 inches. Framed: 15x13.5 inches. £475.
62. HOLLAND James O.W.S. (1799-1870) ‘Ponte Canciano’, Cannaregio, Venice. Pencil, brush and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, ‘17 Sept. 10.a.m. N.W’. 11x7.75 inches. Framed: 18.25x14.25 inches. £475.
63. HUMPHRY Ozias R.A. (1742-1810) Portrait study. Pencil, heighted with white on blue paper. Inscribed ‘A sketch by O Humphry R.A. out of the collection of W. Upcott Esq’. Upcott was his son. 7.5x6 inches. £475.
64. KITSON Linda (b.1945) ‘Windsor’. Pastels. Signed and inscribed. 15x20 inches. £475.
65. HULL Edward (1823-1906) Windsor Castle. Pen and ink. Signed. 7.25x11.5 inches. Framed: 15.5x19 inches. £225.
66. KNIGHT John Baverstock (1785-1859) Recto: Ancient Gateway, probably Dorset. Verso: Castle above the sea. Watercolour. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 5.5x10 inches. Framed: 12x15.75 inches. £225.
67. LABRUZZI Carlo (1748-1817) ‘Figure Originali di Carlo Labruzzi / FR (Fecit Roma) 1788’. Pen and ink design for a frontispiece. Inscribed, signed and dated. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery ( William Drummond). 5x6.75 inches. Framed: 11.5x13 inches. £1250.
68. LEE Ann (1753-1790) ‘Loxia Mexicana’. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, January 25th 1770. Inscribed ‘Loxia Mexicana. Linn:syst:nat:n.300.No.7’. 12.5x9 inches. Framed: 20x16 inches. £475.
69. LINNELL James Thomas (1820-1905) Study of Woodland. Pastels on grey paper. Provenance: Mrs Joan Linnell Burton. 11x14 inches. £525.
70. MACLEAY Kenneth R.S.A. (1802-1878) Scottish sisters. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1860. 18.75x13.75 inches. £1400.
71. MADDOX George (1760-1843) ‘Elevation showing the end of a magnificent gilded table with white marble top’. Ink and watercolour. Exhibited: William Drummond ‘Design’ Exhibition, April 1985. 5.5x8.25 inches. Framed: 9.5x12.75 inches. £675.
72. MARLOW William (1740-1813) ‘Arco di Severo’, Rome Pencil brush and wash. Inscribed. Marlow was in Rome 1765-1768. 11x8 inches. Framed: 19x15.5 inches. £375.
73. MINTON John (1917-1957) ‘Time Was Away – A notebook in Corsica’ by Alan Ross and John Minton. Published by John Lehmann. First Edition. 1948. With dust jacket. £575.
74. NETTLESHIP John Trivett (1841-1902) A Lion Fight. Pencil, ink and watercolour. Verso: Study of a lion. 4x8.25 inches. Framed: 12.5x17 inches. £450.
75. PEGRAM Fred (1870-1937) ‘Caged’ – A sketch in the Jakoutsk (sic.Yakutsk) Prison’, Siberia. Pencil, brush and ink. Signed and inscribed. Possibly for ‘The Pall Mall Gazette’ or ‘The Illustrated London News’. 10x8 inches. £475
76. PUGIN Augustus Charles de O.W.S. (1762-1832) The Screen, Carlton House. Ink and watercolour. Engraved by Ackermann, 1809. 4.5x7.5 inches. Framed: 13x15.75 inches. £400.
77. RANDELL Gordon (fl.1970s) ‘Thames backwater, Shepperton’ – Desborough Channel Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, November 25th 1970. 14.5x18.25 inches. £550.
78. RICH Edmund (fl.1743) River scene. Gouache. Signed and dated, 1743. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 9.5x14 inches. £225.
79. ROBINS the Elder, Thomas (1716-1770) Studies of an Auricular. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed: ‘No.40’. Provenance: An album of botanical watercolours from the Library of Sir Thomas Phillips (1792-1872) bought by A and H at Sotheby’s and Exhibited in March 1980. 6x4.5 inches. £475
80. ROSS Thomas (fl.1730-1757) (Attributed to) Figures in a landscape. Black and red chalks. Exhibited: William Drummond, Bury Street Gallery, July 1983. 4.75x10.25 inches. Framed: 10.5x15.75 inches. £225
81. ROBERTSON George (1748-1788) A gentleman instructing two fashionable ladies. Gouache. Ex. Collection: L. G. Duke (D.4045) 3x2.5 inches. Framed: 10x9.25 inches. £675.
82. RYSBRACK John Michael (1693-1770) Women and Bird, possibly from Aristophanes ‘The Birds’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 6x7.5 inches. Framed: 14.25x15.5 inches. £950.
83. SERRES John Thomas (1759-1825) ‘Toscana’ – fishermen on the Tuscan coast. Pen, brush and ink drawn on his 1790/1792 Italian Tour. Inscribed by the artist verso. Exhibited: An Italian Journey 1790-1792 – ‘Studi di figure Italiani’ by John Thomas Serres, Abbott and Holder, Feb.2002. 11x6.5 inches. Framed: 19x14 inches. £375.
84. SEYMOUR James (1702-1752) Stag and Doe. Pencil. Exhibited: William Drummond. 3.25x8.25 inches. Framed: 8.25x12.75 inches. £375.
85. SHEPARD Ernest Howard O.B.E. M.C. (1879-1976) ‘Summer Window’. Pen and ink. Signed and inscribed. 9.25x7 inches. £775.
86. SMIRKE Robert R.A. (1752-1845) ‘The Death of Leonard da Vinci’. Pen and ink. Engraved for ‘The Spectator’, c.1784. 4x3 oval. Framed: 11.5x10 inches. £275.
87. SMITH John Raphael (1752-1812) A fancy portrait. Red and black chalks. Signed. 9x6 inches. Framed: 16.5x13 inches. £375.
88. STOTHARD Thomas R.A. (1755-1834) The Fates crowning a Victor. Pen, brush and sepia ink. 4x4 inches. £275.
89. TENNANT Stephen (1906-1987) ‘Portsmouth / This Drawing reminds me of the / Tobacco shop Bewleys / in the War’. Pen and ink. Inscribed by the artist. Provenance: Tennant Sale, Wilsford Manor, Sothebys 14-15 October 1987. 9x7 inches. £775.
90. TUCKER James Walker (1898-1972) ‘Chalk Pits, Amberley’, Sussex. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1929, verso. 14.25x20.25 inches. £875.
91. VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1842) Windsor Castle from the meadows. Pencil, open, brush and ink. Circa 1810. Ex. Collection Thomas Lowinsky. 4.25x10 inches. £1250.
92. WALLIS George Augustus (1761-1847) Lady seated in a Park. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated 1786. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt (his Sale, Christies, 1987) 6.75x5.25 inches. Framed: 16.5x14.5 inches. £275.
93. WARD of Great Yarmouth, Samuel (1710-1778) Capriccio. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘ Samuel Ward of Yarmouth Norfolk fecit August 11th 1767 and in the 57th year of his age’. 1.75x7 inches. Framed: 13.25x14.25 inches. £275.
94. WEBB Clifford R.B.A. R.E. (1895-1972) Lounging Flapper. Pencil and blue crayon on sketchbook page. Circa 1930. 10x7.25 inches. £225.
95. WARD Edward Matthew R.A. (1816-1879) Queen Victoria presenting the Insignia of the Order of the Garter to Napoleon III at Windsor Castle. 18th April, 1855. Pencil, pen and ink. Ward was asked to attend and record the ‘leading scenes’ of the Emperor’s visit. A study for the artist’s oil painting of the subject, signed and dated, 1860 (Royal Collection). 6x7.5 inches. Framed: 13.25x15 inches. £1500.
96. WESTALL Richard R.A. (1765-1836 Frontispiece for a volume of Poetry, or Music. Ink and watercolour. 5.5x4.75 inches. Framed: 12.75x 11.5 inches. £225.
97. WICHELO John M (1784-1865) Windsor Great Park with the Castle in the distance. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1825. 19x25 inches. Framed: 27x32.75 inches. £3750.
98. WILCOX Frank Nelson (U.S.A. 1887-1964) Maine: ‘Boothbay Harbor (sic) after rain’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed verso. 14.5x19.5 inches. £575.
99. WILTON Joseph (1722-1803) Studies for architectural sculpture. Pen and ink. Ex. Collection Walter Brandt. 7.5x9 inches. Framed: 16.5x17.5 inches. £775.
100. WOOD Wilfrid Rene (1888-1976) Venice: the Rialto – a summer night. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1922. 13.5x9.75 inches. £375.
101. WORLIDGE Thomas (1700-1766) Mercury; sculpture study. Pencil. Signed. 10.5x5 inches. Framed: 19x13 inches. £575.
102. WILDE Samuel de (1751-1832) A Bacchante. Pen, brush and ink. Provenance: A folder of De Wilde’s work, Christies, 24.7.1984. 4x3.5 inches. Framed: 11x10.25 inches. £175.
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