LIST 477 – JANUARY 2018
1. APPELBEE Leonard (1914-2000)
‘Black Rock’, Porthmadog.
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1966.
24x36 inches. Framed: 31x43 inches
2. APPELBEE Leonard (1914-2000)
‘Landscape near Ynysfor’.
Oil on canvas. Signed and inscribed on the artist’s label verso.
25x30 inches. Framed: 32x37 inches.
3. APPELBEE Leonard (1914-2000)
Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1969. Inscribed verso.
22.25x46 inches. Framed: 31.5x55.5 inches.
4. BONE Stephen (1904-1958)
Oil on panel. Circa 1935. Signed. Exhibited: Goupil Gallery.
14x11 inches. Framed: 19x16 inches.
5. BLAMEY Norman R.A. (1914-2000)
‘Shadows’; the artist’s wife.
Oil on board. Signed on artist’s label verso.
48x54 inches. Framed: 57.5x63 inches.
6. BELL Julian (b.1952)
Oil on canvas. Signed. Exhibited: Bloomsbury Workshop ‘Bloomsbury Pictures for the Nineties’, 1990.
18x16.75 inches. Framed: 24x22.75 inches.
7. HANLEY Liam (b.1933)
Oil on linen laid on board. Signed and dated, 1972.
9.25x13.75 inches. Framed: 14x18 inches
8. LEE Rosie (b.1935)
Oil on panel. Exhibited: The Piccadilly Gallery, May 1973.
3.75x3.5 inches. Framed: 7.5x7 inches.
9. MOORE John, of Ipswich (1821-1902)
Landscape near Ipswich, possible the distant Orwell.
Oil on panel. Circa 1870. Signed.
6x11 inches. Framed: 10.5x15.5 inches.
10. YARROW- JONES Ernest (1872-1951)
Landscape, Bormes. Hyeres.
Oil on canvas. Signed. Provenance: Yarrow-Jones Studio Sale, Bonhams, 3.3.1993.
18x13 inches. Framed: 24x19 inches.
11. SATORSKI Cyril (b.1925) Portrait of the Artist’s Father. Oil on board. Inscribed and dated, 1946, label verso. Provenance: Christies 17.11.1988 (as Naviasky) 15.5x10.75 inches. £1200.
12. YARROW- JONES Ernest (1872-1951)
Spring, Bormes. Hyeres.
Oil on canvas. Signed. Circa 1920. Provenance: Yarrow-Jones Studio Sale, Bonhams, 3.3.1993.
18x15 inches. Framed: 24x21 inches.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS
13. ANON. Circa 1780.
Profile of a wig’d man.
Pen and ink. Provenance: (by repute) as by George Dance; Sir Henry Duff Gordon (1866-1953).
14. ANON. French. Circa 1798.
Profile of a Young Man.
16x11.5 inches. Framed: 18x13.5 inches.
15. ANON. Circa 1800.
‘Mr Varmattipan of St Paul’s Churchyard’.
Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed. Attributed at one time to John Boyne (c.1750-1819).
14x9.75 inches. Framed: 14x9.75 inches.
16. ATKINS Samuel (1760-1810)
‘Fresh Gale off Needles’.
Ink and watercolour on original backing. Signed. Inscribed in pencil reverse of backing.
17. ARMOUR George Denholm (1864-1949)
Keeper (explaining plans for the 12th) “… ther’s a fine lot o’ birds on the top …”.
Tennant “What kind of birds?”.
Keeper “Grouse, Sir, grouse”.
Tennant “Well I wouldn’t go no ‘igher than this … if they was Golden Heagles…”.
Pen and ink for Punch, August 11th 1926. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount.
18.ATKINS Samuel (1760-1810)
‘A Man of War in Distress’.
Ink and watercolour on original backing. Signed. Inscribed in pencil on reverse of backing.
19. BASTIEN-LEPAGE Jules (1848-1884) (Attributed to)
A man, believed by the Lewis family to be Sir George, on the riverbank of Sir George and Lady Lewis’ house at Walton-on-Thames.
Ink and watercolour. 1879. Provenance: Lady Lewis; her daughter Miss Katie Lewis; her niece Mrs Elizabeth Wansborough (d.1995); her daughter Mrs Miriam James; Sotheby’s Lot 160. 7.6.1995 as by Jules Bastien-Lepage.
20. BAWDEN Edward R.A. (1903-1989)
Canal in the Potteries, Staffordshire.
Pen and ink. Signed.
3.75x4 inches. Framed: 12x12 inches.
21. BARING Maurice O.B.E. (1874-1945)
‘The Grail – Sir Gallahad’.
Watercolour. Provenance: Lady Diana Cooper. Viscount Norwich.
13.5x9.5 inches. Framed: 14.75x10.5 inches.
22. BOYD HARTE Glynn (1948-2003)
Portrait of a Young Woman.
Crayons. Dedicated, signed and dated 1976.
23. BOUTET de Monvel, Bernard (1881-1949)
An Approach by Cupid.
Pencil on tracing paper. Studio Stamp. 1928.
7.7x12.25. Framed: 13.5x18 inches.
24. BRICKMAKING (Subject) by ‘F.G.D’. Circa 1930.
‘Modern Brickmaking / The Quarry / Its all done by machinery – and kindness’.
Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed and signed with initials.
25. BUNBURY Henry William (1750-1811)
Pen, brush and ink mounted on contemporary blue backing, with inscription.
9x7 inches. Framed: 18x14.5 inches.
26. BROOKES Warwick (1808-1882)
Pencil. Signed and dated, ‘Oct 19th 1868’. Ill: Warwick Brooke’s
Pencil Pictures of Child Life, p.21, publ.1889.
27. CALMAN Mel (1931-1994)
‘I don’t know much about ART – but I know a carbuncle when I see one...’.
Pencil. Signed. Ill: Monstrous Carbuncles, Charles Knevitt, 1985. Ex. Collection: Charles Knevitt.
4x2.75 inches. Framed: 12x10.75 inches.
28. CASSON Sir Hugh P.R.A. (1910-1999)
‘Shepherd’s Hut, Aegina’.
Watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: New Grafton Gallery, 1992.
6x6 inches. Framed: 13.25x12.75 inches.
29. CIPRIANI Giovanni Battista R.A. (1727-1785) (Circle of)
Apollo and his lyre.
Ink and watercolour. Circa 1780.
3x9.5 inches (Octagonal).
30. CARTER Samuel John (1835-1892)
Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1881. Inscribed verso to Mr R Emerson with best wishes for Christmas.
31. EAST Sir Alfred R.A. (1844-1913)
Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed.
9x12.5 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.25 inches.
32. COLLINGWOOD William Gershom (1854-1932)
‘Ardtornish’, Sound of Mull.
Watercolour and gouache. Signed.
33. COX David O.W.S. (1783-1859)
Clatterbrook Bridge, Presteign, Stapleton Castle in the distance.
Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1830. Inscribed verso in another hand.
34. ENDRES Louis (1896-1989)
Red chalk. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1947.
9.5x14 inches. Framed: 17x14.5 inches.
35. DIGHTON Richard (1795-1880)
Ink and watercolour. Inscribed verso. Circa 1850.
36. DERBY William (1786-1847)
A classical Muse.
Watercolour. Signed verso.
8.5x7 inches. Framed: 16.5x14.75 inches.
37. FARNBOROUGH Lady (Amelia) (1772-1837)
House on road.
Watercolour. Ex. Coll: Dudley Snelgrove Sale, Sotheby’s lot 340 (part of)19.11.1992.
38. FRENCH E. C. (Mid 20th c)
‘Iyruna’ ‘12 – K 11’.
Designed by Charles Nicholson (Camper and Nicholson) for Sir William P. Burton P.R.Y.A. (1864-1942) in 1927 and one of only about 170 12 metre yachts built between 1907 and 1987.
Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed.
39. GILPIN William (1724-1804)
Pen, brush and ink. Artist’s impressed stamp.
6.5x9 inches. Framed: 14x16 inches.
40. GREEN Amos (1735-1807)
Ink and watercolour. 1801. Provenance: Phillips 30.1.1998 to Abbott and Holder when inscribed on the original backing.
9.25x15.75 inches. Framed: 17x22.25 inches.
41. GRIMM Samuel Hieronymus (1733-1794)
‘East End of Tewkesbury Abbey’.
Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed, and verso.
42. HARFORD John Scandrett F.R.S. (1785-1866)
‘Cormayeur’, Val d’Aosta.
Inscribed and dated ‘August 27th 1846’.
Pencil. Pen, brush ink, watercolour and gouache. Provenance: Family descent.
43. HEPWORTH Dorothy (aka Patricia Preece) (1898-1978)
Girl reading, Cookham.
Pencil. Provenance: 01539
44. HERIOT George (1759-1839)
Taymouth Castle, Perthshire. Architect: James Graham, begun in 1896.
Pencil and watercolour.
4.5x7 inches. Framed: 11x13.25 inches.
45. HIGHMORE Anthony (1719-1799)
Pen, ink, brush and watercolour. Dated ‘1768’ beneath the mount. Provenance: One of 19 such studies by Highmore, Bloomsbury Book Auctions, 10.4.2003.
46. HODSON J (Late 19th century)
Plough team taking a break.
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1899.
7x9 inches. Framed: 14.75x19 inches.
47. JOHN Gwen (1876-1939)
‘Votre Eveque / Mgr Gibier/ Juillet 29 (19)29’, Meudon.
Pen, brush and ink on tan paper. Inscribed by another hand on the attached, original backing. Provenance: Private Collection France to 2017.
A composition in which John has placed the local Bishop, painted from a photograph, against the Congregation of the Meudon church in which she prayed and where she found so many of her subjects. It is possible that her use of a printed image of Mere Poussepin, long dead founder of the Meudon Convent, as the basis of the 12 Poussepin portraits encouraged her to consider the printed image as a legitimate source for composition.
Monseigneur Charles Gibier was Bishop of Versailles from 1907-1931.
5.25x8.25 inches. Framed: 12.5x15 inches.
48. HOLLAND James R.W.S. (1799-1870) A posy of flowers. Watercolour and gum arabic for ?china. Signed. Holland worked as a flower painter for Staffordshire pottery from the age of 12 until went to London in 1819. 6x7.5 inches £225.
49. JOHNSTONE Gwyneth (1914-2010)
Ink and watercolour.
5.5 inches. Framed: 13.25x14.25 inches.
50. JONES T H (fl. mid 19th century)
King William Street from London Bridge.
Pencil, brush and sepia ink. Signed. Circa 1845.
51. KITSON Linda (b.1945)
Pastels. Signed and inscribed.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS Cont…
52. MINTON John (1917-1957)
Kentish church. Drawn when staying with Edie Lamont c.1945-1954.
Pen, brush and ink. Signed.
53. LAFITTE George (Late C19th)
On the banks of the Seine
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1890. 7x9 inches.
54. LEITCH William Leighton R.I. (1804-1883)
Castle at sunset.
Watercolour. Exhibited: Agnews, 103rd Annual Exhibition of Watercolour, 1976.
3.25x4.75 inches. Framed: 9x10.25 inches.
55. ‘MARC’ Mark Boxer (1931-1988)
‘Colonel Seifert’ (1910-2000), Architect.
Pen in and ink. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount. Ex. Collection: Charles Knevitt (1952-2016).
9.5x7 inches. Framed:16x13 inches.
56. MESSEL Oliver (1904-1978)
Gouache on black paper design for the figures accompanying Long John Baldry’s ‘Mystery Voice’ performance of the song ‘Unseen Hands’ in Lionel Bart’s 1965 Musical ‘Twang’. Signed.
57. LINNELL William (1826-1906)
A Life Model, probably at the Royal Academy Schools.
Recto: Front View. Verso: Back View.
Black and white chalks on blue grey paper. Circa 1845.
Provenance: Mrs Joan Linnell Burton.
58. NELSON George (1864-1921)
Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1918.
59. MONRO Dr Thomas (1759-1833)
Cottage and track.
Chalk, stump and wash. Provenance: by family descent to William Foxley Norris (1859-1937), Dean of Westminster.
7x10 inches. Framed: 13.5x16 inches
60. MUNCASTER Claude (1903-1974)
‘Salerno from the Sea’.
Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated 1953 on the original backing.
61. NIXON John (1750-1821)
‘Caverns in the rocks S. of Portland’.
Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1789. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence, Rochester. Christies 21.11.1978, lot 31.
62. ORPEN Sir William R.A. R.H.A. (1878-1931)
Red chalk. Exhibited: Pyms Gallery, Cat. No. 89.
63. POCOCK Nicholas (1740-1821)
Souvenir of Ludolph Backhuysen (1631-1708).
Pen, brush and ink after the oil painting engraved in the Choiseul Gallery (no.28). Exhibited: Ruskin Gallery.
4.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 14.75x16.75 inches.
64. PROUT Samuel O.W.S (1783-1852)
Monochrome watercolour. Circa 1815. Signed. Inscribed verso.
65. SCHNEBBELIE Robert Blemmel (fl.1803-1849)
‘The Statue of Queen Elizabeth / formerly stood on the West Side of Ludgate…’.
Brush and sepia wash. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1832. Provenance: Walter Brandt.
66. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809)
‘Upnor Castle’ on the Medway, Kent.
Pencil. Signed and inscribed. Ex. Collection: Admiral Sir James Hawkins-Whitshead (1762-1849); Sotheby’s 14.4.1994.
67. SERRES Dominic R.A. (1722-1793) Monte Argentario from the sea. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. Dated, 1784. Signed with initials and inscribed. £3750.
68. SEARGEANT John (1937-2010)
The Studio doll.
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1965.
14x9.5 inches. Framed: 21.25x16.25 inches.
69. SEARLE Ronald (1920-2011)
The Construction of the Festival of Britain.
Pen and ink. Faded. Signed and indistinctly inscribed.
9.5x14 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.25 inches.
70. STEVENSON Hugh (1910-1956)
‘Pas de Trois’: costume design for Alexis Rassine in the ballet ‘Promenade’, Sadler’s Wells Ballet, King’s Theatre, Edinburgh, 1943. Choreographer: Ninette de Valois. Ex. Coll: John Carr Doughty.
71. SHEPARD Ernest Howard M.C. (1879-1976)
‘I started this with a London Square background, but I think a sea view better’.
Pencil, brush and ink. Signed and inscribed beneath the mount.
72. SHANNON Charles Hazlewood R.A. (1863-1937)
Red chalk. Signed and dated, 1894. Exhibited: Fine Art Society 1987.
12x7 inches. Framed: 20.5x14.75 inches.
73. SHANKS Tom Hovell R.S.W. (b.1921)
‘Knoydart Hills from the Sound of Sleat’, Skye.
Ink and watercolour. Signed.
74. SHEPHERD Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864)
Marlborough House – the Entrance Front before Pennethorne’s 1860s alterations.
Pen, brush and ink. Signed.
75. STONEHENGE (Subject) Anon. Circa 1830.
‘Stonehenge / in its present state / An Antediluvian Temple / the greatest curiosity of its kind in the world’.
Watercolour on its original, inscribed backing.
76. STOTHARD Thomas R.A. (1755-1834)
Two pages of plant studies (pen and ink), a design for or record of a mantlepiece (pencil) and the sketch for a picture hang (pen and ink).
Four pages mounted together. Exhibited: Spink.
Framed: 24.5x16.25 inches.
77. SUDDABY Rowland (1912-1972)
Vase of flowers.
Charcoal, ink and watercolour. Circa 1945. Signed.
78. TINDLE David R.A. (b.1932)
Set design, possibly for Tchaikovsky’s ‘Yolanta’, Aldeburgh Festival, 1988.
79. TITCOMB William Harold Yates (1858-1930)
Watercolour. Signed. Circa 1910.
9x13.75 inches. Framed: 20x23.75 inches.
80. TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989)
Impressions of Red Square, Moscow.
Pencil, gouache and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1941.
Exhibited: Leicester Galleries, ‘Feliks Topolski’, 1946. Ex. Collection: Lady Carton de Wiart.
21x30.5 inches. Framed: 30x39 inches.
81. VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977)
Study of boxers.
Pencil. Studio stamp verso.
4.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 16.5x16.5 inches.
82. WOLEDGE Frederick William (fl.1835-1895)
Rouen: Gateway to the Cathedral.
Ink and watercolour. 1835.
83. WYLLIE William Lionel (1851-1931)
‘A Stumpy Barge at anchor off Osea Island in the Blackwater’.
Watercolour. No.33, Work by Wyllie from the Wyllie family Exhibition, Malcolm Henderson Gallery, Nov.1972.
84. WELCH Denton (1915-1948)
The Back Garden.
Ink and watercolour. Circa 1935. Provenance: Eric Oliver, Geoffrey Dunn, Sotheby’s 23.5.1984.
85. BRANGWYN Sir Frank R.A. R.E. (1867-1956)
The Rialto (G.72).
Etching. 1906. Signed by the artist and by Frederick Goulding the printer. Provenance: Robert Hawthorn Kitson (1873-1947).
86. BRANGWYN Sir Frank R.A. R.E. (1867-1956)
‘Street Musicians’ (G.144).
Etching. 1909. Signed.
6x 5 inches. Framed: 16x12 inches.
87. BRANGWYN Sir Frank R.A. (1867-1956)
‘Old houses St-Cirq’ (G.160).
Etching. 1910. Signed.
14.5x10.75 inches. Framed: 23.75x19.5 inches.
88. BRANGWYN Sir Frank R.A. R.E. (1867-1956)
A Winter Fold.
Woodcut printed in colours. Possibly by Urishibara from a drawing by Brangwyn. Signed and dedicated to Robert Hawthorn Kitson (1873-1947) Provenance: By Kitson family descent.
89. BRANGWYN Sir Frank R.A. R.E. (1867-1956)
‘Water Carrier at Furnes’ (G.130).
Etching with aquatint. 1908. Signed.
7x9 inches. Framed: 19x20.25 inches.
90. BRANGWYN Sir Frank R.A. R.E. (1867-1956)
‘A Romantic Landscape’ (G.317).
Etching. 1925 Signed.
6x9.25 inches. Framed: 14.5x17 inches.
91. BOYD HARTE Glynn (1948-2003)
‘Asparagus and Champagne’.
Lithograph. Signed and inscribed ‘Curwen Archive’ by the artist.
92. BREWER James Alphege (1881-1946)
‘Santa Maria della Salute, Venice’.
4.5x11.5 inches. Framed: 13.5x20.75
93. BURRA Edward (1905-1776)
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.
94. FREEDMAN Barnett (1901-1958)
‘The Darts Champion’.
Lithograph for Guinness. 1956. Trimmed.
19.5x29 inches. Framed: 20.5x30.25 inches.
95. DODD Francis R.A. (1874-1949)
‘Charles Cundall’ R.A. R.W.S. R.P. (1890-1971) (Schwabe 171.v.).
Drypoint. 1926. Signed.
17.5x11.75 inches. Framed: 27x21.25 inches.
96. GROSS Anthony R.A. (1905-1984)
‘The Old Royal Observatory, Greenwich’.
Etching. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 43/75.
97. HUGHES-STANTON Blair (1902-1981)
‘Arrival’, for Butler’s ‘Erewhon’.
Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 1/12 and dated, 1931. Publ. Gregynog Press, 1932.
98. HUGHES-STANTON Blair (1902-1981)
Linocut printed in colours. Signed, inscribed, editioned 5/39 and dated 1960.
11.75x20 inches. Framed: 20.5x28.25 inches.
99. RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. R.W.S.
‘Ile de la Cite, Paris’.
Drypoint. Signed. 1926.
11.5x16.5 inches. Framed: 22x26 inches.
100. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973)
Farm, possibly on Sark.
Wood engraving. Circa 1935. Printed in an edition of 30. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980.
101. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973)
Wood engraving. Circa 1935. Inscribed by the artist ‘1st trial proof’. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980.
102. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973)
Roofs and trees.
Wood engraving. Circa 1935. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980.
103. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952)
‘Posada de la Hermadad’.
Etching. Signed, inscribed No.70 10/50 and dated, 1920.
104. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952)
‘Chateau de Feyrac’.
105. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952)
Etching. Signed and dated, 1913.
106. WATSON Tomas (b.1971)
‘By the Window, 2’.
Monoprint. Signed, inscribed and dated, 2001.
20x14 inches. Framed: 126.96.36.199 inches.
107. WHYDALE Ernest Herbert (1886- 1952)
4.5x5 inches. Framed: 16.75x16.25 inches.
108. WALCOT William R.E. (1874-1943)
Port of London Authority Building.
14.5x13 inches. Framed: 25.75x22.75 inches.
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