1. ANDERSON Stanley R.A. (1884-1966) ‘Toledo’ Etching. Signed. 9.25x15 inches. Framed: 17.25x22 inches. £275.
2. ANON. Circa 1830. The West Front, Lichfield Cathedral. Ink and watercolour. 9x6 inches. £225.
3. ADSHEAD Mary (1904-1995)
‘Cromer is ready for the children’.
Gouache poster design. Circa 1935.
4. BROWNE B. (Circa 1820)
Portrait of a girl with lilies in her hat.
Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed ‘Sampford’ and indistinctly dated.
7.75x5.5 inches. Framed: 10.25x8 inches.
5. ANON. Circa 1870. Christ and the Samaritan Woman at the Well. Red chalk. 16.25x12.5 inches. Framed: 24.5x20.5 inches. £275.
6. ANON. 1818. A Musical Boy. Ink and watercolour. Dated 1818. 10.75x8.5 inches. Frame: 18.25x16.5 inches (possibly original). £675.
7. AYTOUN ELLIS Mary Anne (b.1966) ‘One side of the horizon cleared and in the pale morning twilight he entered the forest’. Egg tempera and pencil on paper mounted on gessoed board. Exhibited: Portland Gallery, Visions of a Legend’, 1998. 21.5 x59.5 inches. Framed: £13,500 (Plus ARR £540).
8. AYTON ELLIS Mary Anne (b.1966) ‘Equinox – Study’. Egg tempera and sepia ink on linen mounted on panel. 2002. Exhibited: Portland Gallery, March 3003, Catalogue No.14. 18x8 inches. Framed: 22x12 inches. £6500 (Plus ARR £260).
9. AYTOUN ELLIS Mary Anne (b.1966) ‘A Wider Horizon’. Egg tempera on panel. Signed. Exhibited: Portland Gallery, 2009, Catalogue no.9. 12x30 inches. Framed: 17.75x35 inches. £11,500 (Plus ARR £460).
10. ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘Young Lovers’ (NAP.18) Lithograph. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 15/30. Ill: The impression illustrated in ‘Edward Ardizzone’s World: The etchings and lithographs’, Nicholas Ardizzone. 6.5x8.5 inches. £975.
11. BANKS Robert Louis R.I.B.A (1911-2000) ‘Mosco’s shorts’ Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1962. Exhibited: Trafford Gallery. 10.75x14.75 inches. Framed: 14.75x18.25 inches. £875.
12. BARRETT Roderic (1920-2000) ‘Deserted house with two jeering characters’. Linocut. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 3/15. 13.5x20.5 inches. Framed: 15.75x22.75 inches. £875.
13. BIRD Edward (1772-1819) The Card players. Ink and watercolour. Ex. Collection: L. G. Duke (D.557) as from ‘Dr Thomas Monro Sale 1867’. Probable Sale following death of Monro’s daughter- in-law Mrs Alexander Monro in 1865. 7.75x11.5 inches. £875.
14. BLACKADDER Elizabeth R.A. R.S.A (b.1931) ‘Tillandsia’. Etching. Signed and editioned, 38/50.Exhinited: Glasgow Print Studio Gallery. 23.25x23.75 inches. Framed: 32.5x32.5 inches. £975.
15. BIRKET FOSTER Myles R.W.S. (1825-1899) Basle from the river. Watercolour. Signed. 4.5x6 inches. Framed: 13.5x15 inches £1250.
16. BONE Stephen (1904-1958) ‘Lindos’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Circa 1935. Provenance: Christies,24.6.1969 lot 118. 10x12.75 inches. £275.
17. BUCKLER John Chessell (1793-1894) ‘Entrance to Tutbury Castle, Staffordshire’. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1812. Exhibited: Agnews. 7x9.5 inches. Framed: 13.5x15.5 inches. £225.
18. CAMERON Sir David Young R.A. (1865-1945) A ?Dutch castle. Watercolour. Signed. 3.75x5.75 inches. £375.
19. BLAMEY Norman R.A. (1914-2000) Kneeling Priest. Pencil study for a composition. Signed. Provenance: a sketchbook of the artist’s work. 13.75x9.75 inches. £100.
20. CHRISTIE Fyffe (1918-1979) Head of a school boy. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1969. 14x10 inches. Framed: 23.5x19 inches. £400.
21. ‘E.W’ after DENHAM Major Dixon (1786-1828) ‘Lancer of the body guard of the Sultan / of Begharmi, Central Africa’. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed and signed ‘E.W.’ After the etching by Edward Finden pl. 279, Denham, Clapperton and Oudney ‘Narrative of Travels and Discoveries in Northern and Central Africa in the years 1822,1823 and 1824’, oubl.1826 8.75x7 inches. £675.
22. CLARKE HALL Edna (1879-1979) ‘Wuthering Heights, Porridge scene’. Pen and ink from a sketchbook signed and dated, 1903, in the cover. Sketchbook Ex. Colls: Sir Sydney Cockerell to Wilfrid Blunt to (1979) Simon Heneage. 9x7.25 inches. £350.
23. CLEVELEY Robert (1747-1809) Shipping, large and small, off shore. Ink and watercolour. 5.75x7.5 inches. £1100.
24. COBBE Alec (b.1945) Interior. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1995. 8x6.25 inches. Framed: 10.5x9 inches. £225.
25. ANON Circa 1840. A West Country harbour at low tide. Chalk and gouache on tan paper. Shaped: 5.5x8.5 inches. Framed: 14.25x17.75 inches. £125.
26. COWIE James R.S.A. (1886-1956) Self-portrait study. Pencil. Provenance: Artist’s family. Bourne Fine Art. John Green Art. 5x4.5 inches. £775.
27. CRESWELL Alexander (b.1957) Holkham Hall: the Statue Gallery. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. Signed. Exhibited: Spink, 1994. 15x22 inches. Framed: 26x32.5 inches £675.
28. DARK Philip (1918-2008) The Card Game. Pen, brush and ink. Drawn while a POW at Marlag O, Westertimke, near Bremen 1942-1945. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 22x15 inches. £225.
29. DELAMOTTE William (1775-1863) Study of a Castle’s ruins. Pencil. Signed and indistinctly dated. 5.75x9 inches. £95.
30. DOWLING Jane R.A. Hon. R.B.A. (b.1925) An artist at his easel. Oil on canvas. 21.5x17.5 inches. Framed: 25x21 inches. £675.
31. ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S (1909-1991) Head of a girl at Poggio. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1936. 22x15 inches. £450.
32. DUNFORD W Cecil (1885-1969) ‘The Lille Gate, Ypres’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 9.5x12.75 inches. £575.
33. ETTY William R.A. (1787-1849) Study for an allegorical figure. Pen and ink on paper addressed to ‘Etty Esq / Buckingham Street/ Adelphi’. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 6.25x4.25 inches. £225.
34. FLAXMAN John R.A. (1755-1826) Design for the façade decoration, Buckingham Palace. Pen and ink. 1821-1826. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 4.75x3.75 inches. £300.
35. FLAXMAN John R.A. (1755-1826) Allegorical figures for Music and (?) Literature, for the façade decoration, Buckingham Palace. Pencil. Inscribed with measurements. 1821-1826. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 5x9.75 inches. £475.
36. FLAXMAN John R.A. (1755-1826) Design for the façade decoration, Buckingham Palace Pen and ink. 1821-1826. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 4.75x3.75 inches. £300.
37. ‘FOUGASSE’ (Cyril Bird 1887-1865) A White Ensign. Brush and ink. 8.25x5 inches. Framed: 18.25x12.5 inches. £225.
38. GIBBS Evelyn (1905-1991) Two walkers. Etching. Signed and inscribed, 3rd state. 4x4.75 inches. £750.
39. GRANT James Arden P.P.S R.E. (1887-1973) Self-portrait study. Pencil, Circa 1920. Provenance: Ian Grant Estate Sale, Sotheby’s Olympia 18.9.2001 12x9 inches. £275.
40. GREAVES Walter (1846-1930) Chelsea: corner of Duke Street and Beaufort Place. Etching.1873. Signed. 7.75x6.75 inches. £1100.
41. GREENHAM Peter R.A. (1909-1992) Mother and child at a table. Oil on canvas. Signed. 18x14 inches. £1750.
43. GROSS Anthony R.A. (1905-1984) ‘Pierrette, or Ennui’ (H7303). Etching. Second state. 1970. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 6/70. Intended to illustrate ‘The Very Rich Hours of Le Boulve’ 10x13.5 inches. £675.
45. HARE Augustus (1834-1903) ‘Montacute Priory’, Somerset. Watercolour. Provenance: Artist’s Executor Arthur Leycester-Penrhyn 18.5x22 inches. Framed: 9.75x13.5 inches. £375.
46. HERKOMER Sir Hubert von R.A. (1849-1914) Study of a mounted Knight. Pen and ink. 6x4 inches. £375.
47. HERKOMER Hubert von R.A. (1849-1914) ‘Lead melting…’ Pen, brush and ink Christmas card. Inscribed. 6x3.75 inches. £225.
48. HERKOMER Hubert von R.A. (1849-1914) Child playing a trumpet. Watercolour. 3.5x3.5 inches. £375.
49. HUGHES-STANTON Blair (1902-1981) ‘Sabrina’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed ‘Set 3’ and dated, 1931. Proof of one of six engravings for an edition of Milton’s ‘Comus, A Maske presented at Ludlowe Castle, 1634’ published by Gregynog Press’ 7.75x4 inches. Framed: 15.25x11 inches. £275.
50. ANON. Formerly attributed to John Hoppner R.A. (1758-1810) Head of a man. Pastel on paper. Irregular fragment: 11.25x9.25 inches. £225.
51. HARRISON John Theodore (1914-2002) Study of a standing girl. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1939. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 19.75x8.5 inches. £475.
52. HOWARD-JONES Ray (1903-1996) ‘Workshops’, possibly on Skomer. Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and (later) dated ’53-56. 15.25x22.5 inches. £1750.
53. HOWARD Ken R.A. (b.1932) The Scuola Grande de San Marco. Oil on canvas board. Signed. 19xx 10x8 inches. Framed: 13.5x11.5 inches. £2750 plus ARR (£110)
54. HOWITT Samuel (1756-1822) Eagle on a crag. Pen, brush and ink. 3.5x4.5 inches. Framed: 9.25x9.5 inches. £275.
55. JENNINGS William George (1763-1854) Hampstead Heath. Oil on canvas. Circa 1830. Provenance: ‘J.Park Esq’ to whom the ‘Hampstead Heath’ in our Archive also belonged. 10x12 inches. £475.
56. KITAJ Ron (1932-2007) ‘His every poor, defeated,loser’s, hopeless move, buried (Ed Dorn)’ Screenprint. 1966. Signed and editioned, 59/70. One of 15 screenprints comprising ‘Mahler Becomes Politics, Beisbol’. 30x19.75 inches. Framed: 38.25x27.5 inches. £1250.
57. JARMAN Derek (1942-1994) ‘Sower of the Systems’. Oil on canvas, with sequins. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1984, verso. 10x10 inches. Framed: 15.25x15.25 inches. £4750.
59. MCKENZIE John (1897-1972) ‘The Handmaiden’. Slate, mounted in the artist’s wood and brass tripartite frame. Signed. Signed, inscribed and with the artist’s address on label verso. 7x3.75. Framed: 8.25x12.25 inches. £2000.
60. LESLIE Charles Robert R.A. (1794-1859) Girl surprised while reading a letter Pen and ink study, possible for a composition. Provenance by repute: G. C. Eaton a pupil of Leslie and by descent to T.C.Eaton (1972) 9x6 inches. Framed: 17x14 inches. £325.
61. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) Spain: ‘From Mont Igueldo, San Sebastian’. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1935. Studio stamp. 15x21 inches. £375.
62. MAY Phil (1864-1903) At a café table. Pen and ink Signed and inscribed in pencil ‘To Mrs Winthrop’. 8.5x7.25 inches. £325.
63. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) Rye Harbour. Wood engraving. Signed and editioned, 7/50. 5x7 inches. £325.
64. MESSEL Oliver (1904-1978) Design for ‘Twang’. Gouache on black paper design for a figure accompanying Long John Baldry’s ‘Mystery Voice’ performance of the song ‘Unseen Hands’ in Lionel Bart’s 1965 Musical ‘Twang’. 15x10 inches. £225.
66. MCGILL Angus M.B.E. (1927-2015) Design for a Valentine card. Gouache. Circa 1935. Inscribed. 10.75x6.75 inches. £475.
67. MOORE Henry R.A (1831-1895) Snow storm at Sea. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1879. 14x26 inches. Framed: 17.75x30 inches. £4750.
68. PASMORE Victor C.H. C.B.E. (1908-1998) ‘Blue Movement and Green’ Screenprint. Signed and dated, 1980. Embossed: Kelpra Studio. Printed by Kelpra Studio and published by Kelpra Editions and the Tate Gallery in an edition of 150. 29.5x23.5 inches. Framed: 32.25x26.25 inches. £975.
69. PASQUIER James Abbott (1851-1872) An artist, possibly William James Ferguson (fl.1849-1886) ‘Enjoying a smoke, Bakewell’. Watercolour and gouache. Probable provenance: Bill Drummond. 13.25x19.5 inches. Framed: 17x20.25 inches. £575.
70. PAYNE Henry R.W.S. (1868-1940) ‘November’. Watercolour. Signed and indistinctly dated 1920 ( or 1926). Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1971. 13.25x18.75 inches. £775.
71. PEAKE Mervyn (1911-1968) Nude. Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1937. Exhibited: No.86,’The Westminster School of Art’, June-July 1991, Sally Hunter Fine Art. 11x9.25 inches. Framed: 21x17.5 inches. £1500.
72. PEMBERTON John (1908-1960) Composition Study. Pen, brush and ink. From a sketchbook. Circa 1954. 6.5x8.75 inches £95.
73. ROBINSON William Heath (1872-1944) Woman and child: study for a composition. Pencil and watercolour. Provenance: The artist’s family to Simon Heneage to The Cartoon Trust. 21x15 inches. £900.
74. ROBINSON William Heath (1872-1944) Figure by a hedge. Watercolour. Signed or inscribed with the artist’s initials. Provenance: The artist’s family to Simon Heneage to The Cartoon Trust. 9.75x14.25 inches. £600.
75. ROSENBERG Louis A.R.E. (1890-1983) ‘Ponte Fabricio, Rome’. Etching. 1927. Signed 9x7 inches. Framed: 15.75x13 inches. £275.
76. ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) ‘There is a pleasure in Madness that none but a Madman knows’ (Dryden) Ink and watercolour. Inscribed verso. 9.5x7.5 inches. £2500.
77. SAMUELSON Peter (1912-1996) Seated girl. Pen and ink. Signed ‘Pierre’ and dated 1952. 7.25x10 inches. £275.
78. SCOTT Gordon (1914-2016) South London Street. Lithograph. Circa 1935. Signed. 13x10 inches. Signed. £125.
79. SHACKLETON William (1872-1933) Arcadian composition. Lithograph printed in orange. 1905. Signed. 9x11.75 inches. £125.
80. SHORT Sir Frank R.A. (1857-1945) ‘St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol’ (MN.53) Mezzotint after the watercolour by Cotman. 1888. Signed. 6.75x9.25 inches. £125.
81. SITWELL Lt. Harold Cooper, 9th Bengal Light Infantry (1837-1884) Indian Mutiny: ‘Action at Seray Ghat’ (sic) Pencil, ink and gouache on toned paper. Signed, inscribed and dated, 9th December, 1857 verso. Inscribed on the backing ‘Action at Seray (/g) Ghant (sic) and capture of 15 guns from the Gwalior rebels 9th December 1857’. 6x10 inches. £325.
82. SRI LANKA (Reputed Subject) Anon.
Europeans enjoying a vantage point.
Watercolour. Circa 1850.
8.5x10.5 inches. Framed: 16.5x18.25 inches.
83. SMITH John Rubens (1775-1849) Study for a panoramic watercolour and/or print of a harbour, possibly West Country. Pencil on two joined sketchbook pages. Circa 1800. Signed ‘J.S.’ 10.5x28.5 inches. Framed: 36x19 inches. £675.
84. SMITH William James F.R.I.B.A. (1893-1979) ‘Proposed Golf Club House near Glasgow’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Original labels. Design exhibited in 1937. 10x14 inches. £775.
85. STRANG Ian A.R.A. (1886-1952) ‘Bond Street’. Etching. 1930. Signed and inscribed, Trial Proof. 10.75x8.75 £475.
86. SUDDABY Rowland (1912-1970) Beached fishing boats. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1945. 10.5x13 inches. £375.
87. SUTHERLAND Graham O.M. (1903-1980) ‘Cottage in Dorset, Wood End’. Etching. 1929. Signed and editioned, 8/10 and inscribed ‘Wood End’ beneath the mount. 5.5x7 inches. Framed: 13x14 inches. £3250.
VARLEY Cornelius F.R.S.A. (1781-1873) or John O.W.S. (1778-1848) Figures crossing a Welsh landscape. Watercolour, from their 1802 trip. Inscribed. 6.25x9.75 inches. £275.
89. TREVITHICK William F. Edward (1899-1958) ‘The Aeroplane / Rolls-Royce Aero Engines for Speed and Reliability’. Watercolour, ink and photographic collage. Provenance: Mrs Bessie Trevithick 24.5x18.5 inches. £475.
90. VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1848) Buildings by a river. Pencil study. 2.5x4.75 inches. £95.
91. VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) A ‘Grafitti’ drawing. Pencil. Dated ‘3/3Nov/73’. Studio stamp verso. Provenance: Professor John Ball. 7.5x10.75 inches. Framed: 18.75x15.25 inches. £1950.
92. VERSCHURING Hendrik (1627-1690) Circle of A rocky Cove. Chalk and wash. Provenance: H Gartner, Frankfurt. 7.25x10.5 inches. Framed: 14.25x17 inches. £375.
93. WADE Jonathan Armigel (b.1960) ‘Vernal’. Oil on board. Signed. Inscribed verso. 4.75x7 inches. Framed:10x12 inches. £425.
94. WARD John (1917-2007) Venice: the Doge's Palace from the Café Lavena: moonlight. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1953. 12.25x6.5 inches. £875.
95. WASHINGTON William (1885-1956) ‘Quai de Conti, Paris’. Copper engraving. Signed and inscribed.1931. 10.5x15 inches. £775.
96. WEIGHT Carel R.A. (1908-1997) ‘H.E. and Edward Bawden in Ireland’. Oil on card. 5.25x3 inches. Framed: 9x7 inches. £1500.
97. WHALE Lt James (1889-1957) (First Director of ‘Journey’s End’ and Hollywood Director) ‘Jug’: British POW at Holzminden, the WW1 German Camp. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1918. Backing size: 19.75x12.75 inches. £775.
98. WELLINGTON Hubert Lindsay (1879-1967) ‘51 Maple Street, 1919’. Oil on card. Inscribed verso. 10.75x11.5 inches. Framed:15.5x16.5 inches. £1100.
99. WHALE Lt. James (1889-1957) (First Director of ‘Journey’s End’ and Hollywood Director) ‘Holzminden / From Early Morn to Dewy Eve’: British POWs at the WW1 German Camp. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1918. Backing size: 19.75x12.75 inches. £775.
100. WILLIAMS Hugh William ‘Grecian’ (1773-1829) The tomb of Lafontaine, ‘In the Garden of the Petits Augustins, Paris’. Pencil, pen and ink.1818. Inscribed. 11.25x16.75 inches. £225.
101. WYLLIE William Lionel R.A. R.E. (1851-1931) The Thames and Cannon Street. Etching and aquatint. Signed. 4.75x12.75 inches. £400.
102. WILLIAMS Hugh William ‘Grecian’ (1773-1829) ‘Tomb of Abelard and Heloise, in the Cloisters of the Petits Augustins, Paris’. Pencil, pen and ink. 1818. Inscribed. 11x17 inches. £225.
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