LIST 474 – OCTOBER 2017
1. CLAUSEN George R.A. (1852-1944) (Circle of) Cottage at dusk. Oil on card. Circa 1930. 16x20 inches. £575.
2. ANON. Circa 1950. Trees in blossom. Oil on canvas. 22x26.5 inches. Frame (Distressed): 29x33 inches. £975.
3. BLISS Douglas Percy (1900-1984) ‘Hebridean Cottage’. Oil on canvas. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1932, verso stretcher. 20x24 inches. £1950.
4. CHEESMAN Harold R.S.A. (1915-1982) ‘Tracks on Hillside’. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1977, verso. Exhibited: New Ashgate Gallery, Farnham. 12.5x14 inches. Framed: 18.5x19.5 inches. £575.
5. GAULT Annabel (b.1952) ‘Fields, Friston’, Suffolk. Oil on paper. 1995. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery, 1996. 13x29 inches. Framed: 22.5x37 inches. £875.
6. KHMELUK Vasyl (1903-1986) ‘Cottage and Garden’, possibly at Tavers in the Loiret Oil on canvas. Signed. Circa 1936. Exhibited: Storran Gallery, November 1938, to Sir Michael Sadler, University College, Oxford. Redfern Gallery, March 1944. 18x24 inches. Framed: 25x31 inches. £3000.
7. COATES Tom P.P.N.E.A.C. R.W.S. P.S. (b.1941) ‘Amalfi’. Oil on artist’s board. Signed. Inscribed verso. 12x16 inches. £675.
8. LAUDER Charles James R.S.W. (1841-1920) Richmond Bridge. Oil on paper. Signed. 12x8 inches. £675.
9. LAUDER Charles James R.S.W. (1841-1920) ‘Custom’s House, Greenock’, Glasgow’. Oil on canvas. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1892. 16x24 inches. £1950.
10. SATORSKY Cyril (b.1925) Portrait of Philip Naviasky (1894-1983) at Leeds Art School. Oil on board. Inscribed and dated, 1946, label verso. Provenance: Christies 17.11.1988 (as by Philip Naviasky). 15.5x11.75 inches. £1250.
11. MARTINEZ Raymond (b.1937) ‘Rocchetta’, Tuscany. Oil on card. Signed. Circa 1965. 12x16 inches. Framed: 16x10.5 inches. £475.
12. COBBE Alec (b.1945) ‘Flowers in a pink vase at Clandeboye’. Acrylic on board. Inscribed by the artist verso. 10.5x5.25 inches. Framed: 14.25x9.25 inches. £475.
13. NEWCOMBE Peter (b.1943) ‘February Afternoon’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1976. 30x25 inches. £1500.
14. WELLINGTON Hubert (1879-1967) Woodland Path, Dorset. Oil on panel. Circa 1933. 8.5x10.5 inches. £475.
15. SHEPHERD Frederick Hawkesworth Sinclair (1877-1948) ‘The Fairy story’. Oil on board. Signed. Artists label ’19 Paulton Square’, verso. 21x18 inches. Framed: 27.25x24.25 inches. £2250.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS
16. ANON (after COPLEY John Singleton R.A. (1737-1815) The daughters of King George III, Princesses Mary, Sophia and Amelia. Pencil, bush and watercolour en grisaille. 10x7.5 inches. £125.
17. ANON. Dutch School. Circa 1700. Studies of a greyhound’s head. Black and white chalks on paper prepared blue. Exhibited: Anthony Reed. Framed: 9.25x12 inches. 3.5x5.25 inches. £675.
18. ANON. Circa 1780. George III with a spy glass. Watercolour. 8.5x6.25 inches. Framed: 16x13.5 inches. £225.
19. BURNE-JONES Edward A.R.A. (1833-1898) Study of a standing, draped figure. Black and white chalks on tan paper. Signed and indistinctly date in white chalk ‘E.B.J. 18(?64 or 66)’ and (later) ‘E.B.J. to (drawing of an owl)’ in pencil. This study may be preparatory to ‘The Story of St George’, the series of seven paintings executed for Myles Birket-Foster’s dining-room at Witley. Charles Augustus Howell (c.1840-1890) was nicknamed ‘Owl’ after Fanny Cornforth’s cockney pronunciation of his name. 12.5x7 inches. £10,000.
20. BLUCK J (fl. 1791-1819) The Thames at Hampton. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1792. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 9.5x13.5 inches. £275.
21. ALEXANDER William (1767-1816) Thetford Abbey. Pencil, brush and grey washes. Signed. 7.5x7.25 inches. £375.
22. CALLOW William R.W.S. (1812-1908) ‘Venice, Convent of San Gregorio’, now much restored/altered. Pencil. Inscribed by the artist and dated 23rd May, 1877. 10x7 inches. £475.
23. CIPRIANI Giovanni Battista R.A. (1727-1785) Composition study for a ceiling. Pencil. Provenance: a group of 7 Cipriani drawings, Christies 3 July, 2007. 6x6.75 inches. Framed: 14x14 inches. £375.
24. CASSON Sir Hugh P.R.A. (1910-1999) ‘Steps … Siena’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 5x2.75 inches. £325.
25. CHENEY (Robert) Henry (1801-1866) ‘La Petraia, August 13th’ – a view over Florence. Watercolour. Circa 1835. Inscribed verso and on the backing. Provenance: Lot 30. Cheney Sale, Christies, 12.10.2005. 6.5x9.5 inches. Framed: 14.25x16.75 inches. £275.
26. DANCE George R.A. (1740-1823) ‘Joseph Berwick’. Pencil. Signed, dated June 25th 1795. Indistinctly inscribed ‘Joseph Berwick’. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt (his Sale, Christies, 1987). 9.5x7.5 inches. Framed: 17x14.5 inches. £650.
27. CRISTALL Joshua P.O.W.S. (1767-1847) ‘Near Hastings’. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1897. 7.5x12.25 inches. £375.
28. DANCE-HOLLAND Sir Nathaniel R.A. (1735-1811) Kings and a general expelling a figure – not at all like Napoleon – towards ‘Elba’. Pencil. 8x12.5 inches. £475.
29. DE MORGAN William (1839-1917) or Evelyn (1855-1919) Dragon, for ‘St George and the Dragon’. Pencil and gouache on grey paper, lightly squared. Preparatory drawing for the panel attributed to William De Morgan and set into the William Morris Cabinet in the De Morgan Foundation. Inscribed ‘By William De Morgan’. Later extensively inscribed verso. 5.75x12 inches. £3250.
30. ETTY William R.A. (1787-1849) Composition study. Pencil. Provenance: Sabin Gallery. 7x8.5 inches. Framed: 15x15.75 inches. £275.
31. FARINGTON Joseph R.A. (1747-1821) ‘Trees very dark…’ Black chalk heightened with white on tan paper. Inscribed with colour noted. Provenance: Album of Farington drawings, Sothebys 21.11.1964 as ex Oppe Collection. 4.25x8 inches. Framed: 9.25x12.75 inches. £275.
32. GEAR William R.A. (1915-1997) Standing male nude. Pen and ink. c.1939. Provenance: Randall Wells 16.5x10.25 inches. £525.
33. GILPIN William Dr (1724-1843) (Circle of) Sublime Valley. Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1780. 5.5x9.5 inches. £275.
34. GOUNOD Francois Louis (1758-1825) Louis Antoine de France, Duke d’Angouleme (1775-1844) (Louis XIX for 20 minutes) Pencil and watercolour on card. Circa 1814. Signed. Probably later engraved by Joseph-Theodore Richomme (see the engravings of the Duchess d’Angouleme and Louis XVIII and the Duc de Berry. 7.25x5.5 inches oval. £1250.
35. GOTCH Thomas Cooper (1854-1931) A West Country village street. Watercolour. Signed. 9.25x8.75 inches. £675.
36. GOUNOD Francois Louis (1758-1825) Marie Therese Charlotte Bourbon de France, Madame Royale, Duchesse d’Angouleme (1778-1851) Pencil and watercolour on card. Signed. Later engraved by Joseph-Theodore Richomme and published in 1814. 6.5x5.5 inches oval. £1250.
37. GRANT Duncan (1885-1978) Venetian piazza. Ink and gouache. Later signed. Accompanied by a 1970 letter from the artist to the New Grafton Gallery in which he dates it to circa 1930. Exhibited: New Grafton Gallery. 11.75x6.75 inches. £3250.
38. GILPIN Sawrey R.A. (1733-1807) Horses and Riders. Pencil, pen and ink. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery (William Drummond). 6.25x7.75 inches. Framed: 12x13.5 inches. £275.
39. HALE Kathleen (1898-2000) ‘The Yellow Shirt, Etaples’. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1920. Signed. Exhibited: New Grafton Gallery, 1974. 8.75x6.5 inches. £650.
40. HARDING George Perfect (1779-1843) ‘Henry Howard, 6th Duke of Norfolk’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and ‘From the original in the collection of the Duke of Norfolk’. 4.75x4 inches £275.
41. HARDING George Perfect (1779-1843) ‘Frederick, first Lord Cornwallis’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and ‘From the original in the Collection of the Earl of Verulam at Gorhambury. 4.75x4 inches. £250.
42. HARDING George Perfect (1779-1843) ‘Lord Ossory’. Watercolour. From a 17th century portrait. Inscribed by the artist. 4.75x4 inches. £225.
43. HOARE William R.A. (1707-1792) Draped figure. Black chalk. Circa 1765. 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. £350.
44. HARTRICK Archibald Standish R.W.S. (1864-1950) Mahommed Seti ‘slashed and bleeding with Bash-Bazouk limping heavily after him’ arriving at the Fort. Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache to illustrate ‘Donovan Pasha and some people of Egypt’. Signed and inscribed. Dated 1899 verso. Exhibited: No.561.Loan Exhibition of Modern Illustration, Victoria and Albert Museum, 1900. 5.25x11.25 inches. £375.
45. HILDER Rowland P.P.R.I. R.S.M.A. (1905-1993) Peak Castle, Castleton, Derbyshire, from Cave Dale. Ink and watercolour. Signed. 14x20.75 inches. £1750.
46. JONES T. H. (probably Thomas Howell Jones fl.c.1840) The Palm House, Kew Gardens. Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1850) Signed. 6x9 inches. £575.
47. JONES Thomas Howell (fl.1840s) (attributed to) The General Post Office, St Martin’s Le Grand, Aldersgate Street. Pen, brush ink and watercolour. Circa 1850. 6.25x8.75 inches. £375.
48. JONES T.H. (probably Thomas Howell Jones fl.c.1840) ‘The Regent’s Circus, Jay’s General Mourning Warehouse’ (Oxford Circus). Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1850. Signed and inscribed. 6x9 inches. £575.
49. LABRUZZI Carlo (1765-1818) Three men in Conversation. Pen, brush and ink. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery (William Drummond) Ill: back cover of catalogue. 4.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 11.5x13 inches. £975.
50. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Sauve young man and bumptious boy. Pen and ink, probably study for a ‘Punch’ cartoon. Exhibited: Christopher Powney. 5x3.75 inches. £275.
51. KNIGHT John Baverstock (1785-1859) ‘Hawarden Castle’. Blue and grey watercolour. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 4.74x7.25 inches. Framed: 10.75x13.25 inches. £225.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS Cont…
52. ‘MARC’ (Mark Boxer 1931-1988) Richard Rogers R.A. Lord Rogers of Riverside (b.1933) Pen and ink. Signed. 11.25x7.25 inches. £1250.
53. ‘MARC’ (Mark Boxer 1931-1988) Sir Hugh Casson P.R.A. R.D.I. (1910-1999) Pen, brush and ink. Signed. 9.5x7.5 inches. £875.
54. ‘MARC’ (Mark Boxer 1931-1988) Norman Foster F.R.I.B.A. O.M. Lord Foster of Thames Bank (b.1935) Pen and ink. Signed. 11.25x7.25 inches. £1250.
55. LINDSAY Sir Lionel (1874-1961) San Geremia and the Palazzo Labia on the corner of the Grand and the Cannaregio canals, Venice. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 22nd October 1929. 13x19.25 inches. £700.
56. MARX Enid R.D.I. (1902-1998) Figure on a shore, possible a set design. Chalk, pastel and gouache. Circa 1935. Signed. 8x6.5 inches. £400.
57. MARLOW William (1740-1813) ‘Tempio di Baccio fuori la Porta Pia’. Pencil. Marlow was in Rome 1765-1768. 5.25x10.5 inches. Framed: 13x17.5 inches. £375.
58. NIXON John (1760-1818) ‘Kemp, Waterman to Mr Barnard, Ham Common’, and a study ‘taken on board the Packet from Portsmouth to Ryde’. Pencil, brush and ink. Inscribed. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester. 4.5x7.25 inches. Framed: 12x14 inches. £375.
59. NIXON John (1760-1818) Three suspicious characters. Pen, brush and ink. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester. 2.5x4.5 inches. Framed: 9.5x11.5 inches. £225.
60. NIXON John (1760-1818) Hair being dressed. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1786. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester. 3x5.5 inches. Framed: 10.5x12.25 inches. £375.
61. MONTGOMERY Cecilia (1792-1979) The West Approach to the Norman Gateway at Windsor Castle. Pen, brush and sepia ink. Inscribed and dated Sept.5th 1828. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery / William Drummond. 5.5x8 inches. £225.
62. NODDER Richard P (fl.1786-1820) Study of a crab. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1803. 6.5x9.75 inches. £325.
63. PROCTOR Ernest A.R.A. (1886-1935) ‘The Kindergarten. Chalk on paper laid on card stamped ‘Friends Ambulance Unit’ verso. Signed and dated, 1917. £875.
64. RANDELL Gordon (living) ‘Zennor’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 11x14.5 inches. £575.
65. ROTHWELL Richard R.H.A. (1800-1868) Study from the Life Model. Black chalk, heightened with white on blue paper. Drawn in Rome circa 1834. Provenance: A folder of Rothwell’s work, Christies, 29.10.1985. 24x14.75 inches. Framed: 16.25x7.5 inches. £225.
66. ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) Ox cart crossing a stone bridge. Pen, brush and ink. Signed and dated, 1802. Exhibited: Palser Gallery. 6x9.25 inches. £1500.
67. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) Portable garden furniture. Pencil and wash. Exhibited: Agnews (No.21206) 3x5 inches. £670.
68. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) Study of a horse. Pencil and wash. Exhibited: Agnews (No.21207) £575.
69. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) ‘Bedwell Park, Bedfordshire, Sam.l Whitbread’. (Samuel Whitbread (1720-1796)). Pencil. Inscribed. Pencil. Pencil ‘F’ mark. Ex. Coll. Admiral Sir james Hawkins Whitshed (1760-1849) Sothebys 14.4.1994. 6.25x9.25 inches. £325.
70. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) ‘Cheese Cake house, Hyde Park’. Pencil. Inscribed. Ex. Collection: Admiral Sir James Hawkins Whitshed (1760-1849). Sotheby’s 14.4.1994. Cheese cake House was demolished in 1835. 10.5x15.5 inches. Framed:18.5x22.75 inches. £875.
71. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) A waggon loaded with a tree, probably Windsor Great Park. Pencil and watercolour. Exhibited: Sabin Gallery. 5x6.5 inches. Framed: 13x14 inches. £675.
72. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) ‘Windsor Forest’. Pencil. Inscribed. Pencil ‘F’ mark. Ex. Collection: Admiral Sir James Hawkins Whitshed (1760-1849). Sotheby’s 14.4.1994. Framed: 17x26.75 inches. £775.
73. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) (Collection of) ANON. Capriccio. Pencil, brush and sepia wash. Collector’s stamp of Paul Sandby. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 6x8.5 inches. £575.
74. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) or Thomas R.A. (1721-1798) ‘Barbican, an old ruin’. A Windsor capriccio? Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1760. 5.75x9.25 inches. Framed: 14.75x17.5 inches. £1800.
75. STOTHARD Thomas R.A. (1755-1834) Statesman attended by the Graces. Pen, brush and ink. 8x7 inches. £275.
76. SHEPHERD Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864) The Bank of England, (1828) designed by Sir John Soane Pen, brush and sepia ink. Circa 1850. Signed. 6.25x9 inches. £1250.
77. SHEPHERD Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864) The Custom’s House, London, (1825-1827) designed by Sir Robert Smirke Pen, brush and sepia ink. Circa 1850. Signed. 6x9 inches. £1100.
78. SHEPHERD Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864) The British Museum, (1823-1847) designed by Sir Robert Smirke. Pen, brush and sepia ink. Circa 1850. Signed. 6x9 inches. £1250.
79. WHICHELO John M. (1784-1865) Moonlit caprice. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and indistinctly dated. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 7x10.5 inches. £350.
80. SILK Henry (1883-1948) Monkey Nuts Still Life. Pencil and watercolour. c.1930. Signed. Provenance: Artist’s family by descent. 4.5x10 inches. £775.
81. WARD of Great Yarmouth, Samuel (1710-1778) Capriccio. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘Samuel Ward of Yarmouth Norfolk fecit December 7th 1767 in the 58th year of his age’. 4x5.25 inches oval. Framed: 13.25x14.5 inches. £275.
82. WHISTLER Rex (1905-1944) ‘Pictures for Katherine’. Pen and ink, Signed. Ill: p.29 ‘Green Outside’, Elizabeth Godley, publ.1931. 2x3.25 inches. Framed: 12x12.75 inches. £400.
83. WHISTLER Rex (1905-1944) ‘Ann’s Bath’. Pen and ink. Signed. Ill: p.7, ‘Green Outside’, Elizabeth Goldley, publ.1931. 2x4 inches. Framed: 12x13 inches. £400.
84. WHISTLER Rex (1905-1944) ‘Potiompkin’. Pen and ink. Signed and inscribed. Inscribed by Stephen Tennant beneath the mount ‘This very powerful drawing by Rex Whistler was drawn at Wilsford Manor during a weekend party. Rosamond Lehman, Sacheverell Sitwell, Elinor Wylie, the Great Poetess’ – were all staying with Stephen Tennant’. Authenticated by Laurence Whistler. 4.25x4.5 inches irregular. Framed: 17.25x16.5inches. £1750.
85. WILLIAMS Hugh William ‘Grecian’ (1773-1829) ‘Between Albano and Lariccia’ (sic). Pen and ink on blue paper. Inscribed and dated, 1st October 1817. Prov: 'The De La Hanty Album' of 120 drawings made by Williams on his 1816-1818 Continental Tour. Ex Coll: Probably William Douglas of Orchardton (?1784-1821) who paid for the Tour; ... ; Baron Dr. Cornelius Ver Heydon de Lancy (1889-1984) (m.Josephine De la Hanty before WWII); Stephen Somerville (the album broken up and exhibited 1988). See other examples of drawings from the album in the BM. 16.5x22 inches. £250.
86. WILLIAMS Hugh William ‘Grecian’ (1773-1829) ‘Grotto of Pausilippo (sic) Naples’. Pen and ink. Inscribed. Drawn in 1817. Prov: 'The De La Hanty Album' of 120 drawings made by Williams on his 1816-1818 Continental Tour. Ex Coll: Probably William Douglas of Orchardton (?1784-1821) who paid for the Tour; ... ; Baron Dr. Cornelius Ver Heydon de Lancy (1889-1984) (m.Josephine De la Hanty before WWII); Stephen Somerville (the album broken up and exhibited 1988). See other examples of drawings from the album in the BM. 11.25x16.5 inches. £250.
87. WILLIAMS Hugh William ‘Grecian’ (1773-1829) ‘Grotto of the Sibyl / at Cumae’. Pen and ink. Inscribed. Drawn in 1817. Prov: 'The De La Hanty Album' of 120 drawings made by Williams on his 1816-1818 Continental Tour. Ex Coll: Probably William Douglas of Orchardton (?1784-1821) who paid for the Tour; ... ; Baron Dr. Cornelius Ver Heydon de Lancy (1889-1984) (m.Josephine De la Hanty before WWII); Stephen Somerville (the album broken up and exhibited 1988). See other examples of drawings from the album in the BM. 11.25x17 inches. £250.
88. ANON. ‘An Eminent Artist, skech’d from Life’. Etching. Purportedly Ex. Collection Iolo Williams as a ‘likeness of William Blake / taken by Paul Sandby’. 4.5x3.5 inches. £225.
89. ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) WWII Tilbury underground bomb shelter at Stepney. Lithograph printed by the Bayard Press and published by the National Gallery in 1941. 26x35.5 inches. £200 unframed. £300 framed.
90. BROCKHURST Gerald (1890-1978) ‘Charles Carpenter Esq, C.B.E. D.Sc’ (1858-1938) President of the Gas Companies Protection Association, and Collector. Etching. 1931. Signed. 11.5x8.5 inches. £675.
91. FAIRCLOUGH Wilfred R.E. R.W.S. (1907-1996) ‘Venice Carnival: Make-Up 1’ (L.122). Etching. Signed and dated, 1985. 8.25x5 inches. £150.
92. FAIRCLOUGH Wilfred R.E. R.W.S. (1907-1996) ‘Venice Carnival: Nozze’ (L.126) Etching and aquatint. Signed and dated, 1986 7.25x4.75 inches. £150.
93. FAIRCLOUGH Wilfred R.E. R.W.S. (1907-1996) ‘Venice Carnival: Masks’ (L.124) Etching and aquatint. Signed and dated, 1986. 7x4.5 inches. £150.
94. MARX Enid R.D.I. (1902-1998) Siamese cats. Wood engraving. Signed and dated ‘Friday 18.1.70’. 2.5x3.75 inches. £175.
95. MARX Enid R.D.I. (1902-1998) ‘Somerset House’. Lithograph. Circa 1960. Signed. 14x19.5 inches. £475.
96. MARX Enid R.D.I. (1902-1998) ‘Leonard Woolf’s cat, and friends’. Wood engraving. On of 38 impressions. Printed circa 1970. 6.5x6.25 inches. £275.
97. GOYA Francisco Jose de (1746-1828) ‘Hasta la muerte’ (Delteil 92 i. 1922; Harris 90 ii. 1964). Etching and aquatint. 1797/99. Pl.55 from 2nd edition of ‘Los Caprichos’, Madrid, Real Academia c.1855. 7.5x5.25 inches. £1200.
98. WILLIAMS Jolan Polatschek (1908-1988) Bavarian Beer Hall Lithograph. Proof. Circa 1935. Prov|: Artist’s Estate. 19x14 inches. £125.
99. RAVILIOUS Eric (1903-1942) ‘Diving Controls 2’. Lithograph: from the ‘Submarine’ series of 10 subjects, one of about 50 impressions printed by W.S. Cowell in 1941. Provenance: Grizelda Lewis, widow of John Lewis, owner of W S Cowell. Fine Art Society. 12 1/2 x 11 inches. Framed: 21x18.75 inches. £7000.
100. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Via della Pace, Naples’. Etching. Signed, inscribed No.21 5/13, and dated, 1911. 8x6 inches. £275.
101. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) Venetian Arch. Etching. Signed and dated, 1910. 6.75x5.25 inches. £275.
102. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Via Serapide, Naples’. Etching. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1910. 9x5 inches. £275.
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