1. ANON. Circa 1790. ‘Astronomy / Religion / Music’. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed. Formerly attributed to William Hamilton R.A. (1751-1801) 5.5x11.25 inches. £1250.
2. BLOOMSBURY (Circle of) Circa 1925. Self-portrait with Staffordshire figure. Oil on canvas. Provenance: Anthony Fry (1927-2016). 20x17 inches. £675.
3. ANON. Circa 1855. LONDON: ‘Clock and Watchmaker’s Asylum, Colney Hatch.’ Ink and watercolour architectural elevation. Circa 1855. The Asylum was opened in 1857. 22.5x37.5 inches (arched). £475 (unmounted) £600 (mounted and framed).
4. ANON. Romantic Hand. Circa 1800. On the Avon near Bristol: ‘View near the Hotwells’. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed and dated, 1808. 9x13.5 inches. £225.Inscription verso
5. ANON. Romantic Hand. Circa 1800. ‘From a description of the fortress of Paluzzi in Mrs Radcliffe’s romance of The Italian, 1800’. Painted en grisaille. Inscribed and dated verso. 8x11 inches. £125.Inscription verso
6. ANON. Romantic Hand. Circa 1800. ‘View of Dover. Copied from a drawing of Mr Gilpins’. Watercolour. Inscribed verso. 9x13.5 inches. £125.Inscription verso
7. BOULTON Janet (b.1936) ‘Five Scent Bottles’. Paper relief with watercolour and gouache. Signed. Exhibited: Mercury Gallery, 1989. 8.75x9.75 inches (irregular). Framed: 13.5x15 inches. £1250.
8. ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘The Drinkers’. Lithograph. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 9/30. 10x16 inches £675.
9. ARMSTRONG-JONES Sarah (b.1964) ‘South India Coast, I’. Pastel and gouache on paper. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery. (to Allan Bates, 1999) 40x53 inches. Framed: 45.25x59 inches. £3850.
10. BRIGHT Henry (1810-1873) ‘The Abbey’. Charcoal and pastel on grey paper. Signed and dated, 1840. Exhibited: Agnews (No.39934) Ex. Wolton Colletion. 8.25x13 inches. Framed: 15x20 inches. £1100.
11. BOXALL Sir William R.A. (1800-1879) The Bay of Naples. Watercolour from a sketchbook of Italian views, circa 1835. 4.5x12.25 inches. £225.
12. BRIGHT Henry (1810-1873) A ramshackle quay and windmill. Charcoal and pastel on tan paper. Signed. Ex. Wolton Collection. 9.5x13.5 inches. Framed: 17.25x20.5 inches. £1250.
13. CARO Sir Anthony O.M. (1924-2013) Figure Study. Charcoal on sketchbook page. Signed and dated, 1986. Exhibited: Contemporary Art Society Market (label verso) 10x14.25 inches. Framed: 17x20 inches. £1500.
14. CLIFFE Henry (1919-1983) A Garden. Gouache. Signed and dated, 1980. 20.5x25 inches. £875.
15. COX David O.W.S. (1783-1859) A farmhouse at Llanberis, North Wales. Watercolour. Circa 1806. Exhibited: Agnews and according to Andrew Wyld’s cataloguing inscribed in pencil by the artist on the back of the mount ‘In Lanberris’ (sic). 8x11 inches. Framed: 16x18.25 inches. £2250.
16. CUNDALL Charles R.A. (1890-1971) Poplars on a river’s bank. Watercolour study. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 11.5x19 inches. Framed: 19.25x26.25 inches. £225.
17. DAWSON Nelson (1859-1941) Fishing boats just off shore. Watercolour. Circa 1910. Signed. 9.5x13.25 inches. £775.
18. DE CURZON Alfred (1820-1895) ‘Capri’. Pencil and sepia wash. Inscribed and indistinctly dated. 11x17 inches. £375.
19. DE LEUW Friedrich Herman (1792-1861) (Subject) Anon. 1856. Westphalia (Germany) ‘Gra(e)frath’; the waiting room of the famous ophthalmologist at 25 Freedom Street. Pen and ink. Signed with a monogram (?DC) and dated 1856. Contemporary folding frame also enclosing a portrait photograph of De Leuw. 7.25x9 inches. Framed: 9.25x10.5 inches. £1250.Framed photo
20. DENIS Maurice (1870-1943) ‘Francois d’Assisse’. Lithograph. Pencil signed. From an edition of 25 of 4 images printed in two states each (red and black ink). Printed and stamped by Galerie des Peintures, Graveurs, E. Frapier, 32 rue Victor-Masse 32, Paris. xxx inches. £275.
21. DOVER (Subject) A bird’s eye view from Western Heights of Dover Harbour Station as designed by William Cubitt for the London, Chatham & Dover Railway, showing layout of the Port with Prince of Wales and Admiralty Piers. The Railway opened in 1861 however these buildings were not finished until 1865. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1862. Possibly by John Absolon R.I. (1815-1895). 26.5x38 inches. Framed: 32.5x44.5 inches. £2250.
22. FLAXMAN John R.A. (1755-1826) ‘Mercury and Pandora’ and ‘Victories’; studies for Buckingham Palace facades. Pencil, inscribed with measurements. 1821-26. Provenance: Christopher Powney. Heim Gallery. 8.5x13.25 inches. £600.
23. FOSTER Richard R.S.P.P. (b.1945) ‘The Redentore from the Piazzetta’. Oil on card. 1991. Signed. Exhibited: Spink. 6.25x9.25 inches. Framed: 12x14.75 inches. £775.
25. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Gentleman, arms crossed and in a top hat. Pencil study. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 6x3.25 inches. £225.
26. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) ‘Applicant for Cook’s place: ‘I’ve always been in fam’lies where the servants is kep’, Mum – which I mus’say, M’um, I likes my Rum in the Hevening’. Pen and ink for Punch, circa 1880. Signed. 5.75x4.25 inches. £375.
27. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Seated gentleman in a top hat. Pencil study. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 5.25x2.5 inches. £225.
28. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Seated Gentleman. Pencil study. Provenance: Christopher Powney 6.5x4 inches. £225.
29. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Head and shoulders: bearded gentleman in a top hat. Pencil study. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 6x3.5 inches. £225.
30. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Young man in a bowler hat, from the side. Pen and ink study. Provenance: Christoper Powney. 6x4.25 inches. £225.
31. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Two studies of a young man in a top hat. Pencil study. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 6.75x4.25 inches. £225.
32. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Gentlemen in the Street. Pen and ink study. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 5x4.25 inches. £225.
33. KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Furtive gentleman, with umbrella. Pencil study. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 5.5x3.25 inches. £225.
34. GIRTIN Thomas (1775-1802) (follower of) A ruined Abbey. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1805. 11.5x18.75 inches. Framed: 19x26 inches. £225.
35. GERE Charles March R.A.R.W.S. (1869-1957) ‘Piers’. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1909. 6.25x5 inches. Framed: 10.5x9 inches. £1100
36. GLEICHEN Lady Helena (1873-1947) ‘Hauling Timber’. Charcoal on tan paper. Circa 1900. Signed and inscribed. 36x55 inches. Framed: 41x60 inches. £975.
37. GOODWIN Albert R.W.S. (1845-1932) Sunset. Watercolour. Signed. 7.75x10 inches. Original frame: 11.25x13.5 inches. £875.
38. GRAHAM George (1881-1949) Winter moon over Castle Bolton, North Yorkshire. Oil on canvas. Signed. 20x24 inches. Framed: 25.5x29.5 inches. £1250.
40. HANSEN Helen (Exh: 1932-1935) Head of a Girl. Oil on board. Exhibited: Sally Hunter Fine Art, 1995. 20.5x16 inches. Framed: 27x23.25 inches. £875.
41. HARDMAN, John & Co. (1838-2008) The Crucifixion. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed ‘Southport’. Mounted on presentation board and with ‘John Hardman & Company / Birmingham / London’ label. £225.
42. HAWTHORNE Elwin (1905-1954) ‘Orleston Rd London N’. Linocut. Signed and inscribed on the original mount. Provenance: the artist's family. 4.75x7 inches. £575.
43. HERKOMER Hubert von R.A. (1849-1914) ‘By gaslight’; study of an elderly man. Pencil and charcoal. Signed, inscribed and dated, ‘10.30 p.m. Dec.31st, 1884’. 6.75x4.75 inches. £875.
44. HOCKNEY David O.M.R.A. (b.1937) Corbusier Chair and Rug. Offset lithograph, printed in colours. Signed. 1969. From the edition printed before text was added for Hockney’s 1969 exhibition at Andre Emmerich Gallery, New York. 27x21.5 inches. Framed: 27.5x22.5 inches.£2500.
45. HEPWORTH Dorothy (‘Patricia Preece’) (1898-1978) Girl peeling potatoes, Cookham. Pencil. Provenance: Christies, Hepworth/Preece Studio Sale, 2.4.1984. xxx inches £400.
46. HURRY Leslie (1909-1978) ‘Rejection / Meeting / Man and Woman / Allegory’. Crayon, ink, watercolour and acrylic on toned paper. Signed and dated, 1974. Inscribed verso. 23x30.5 inches. £975.
47. IZZARD Pamela (b.1926) ‘Disembarkation of The Queen of Thanet’. Oil on board. 1950. Ex. Collection: Hertfordshire County Council / Education Department / Collection of Original Pictures / Group: F/E, No.24’ (label verso). 12.75x22 inches. Framed: 17x26 inches. £1400.
48. JARMAN Derek (1942-1994) ‘Don Giovanni’: set design. Study for the Sadler’s Wells Opera 1968 Production at the London Coliseum. 3.25x4.25 inches. £225.
49. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) ‘Charleston’. Watercolour. Studio stamp. Inscribed and dated, July 1940’. 13x18.75 inches. £475.
50. LAMBERT James Jnr (1741-1799) St. Nicholas Hospital, Lewes. Watercolour. 9x11.75 inches oval. Framed: 16.5x19.25 inches. £375.
51. LANCASTER Percy (1878-1951) A Sussex landscape. Oil on canvas. Signed. 20.25x24 inches. £1250.
52. LEHMANN Henri (1814-1882) A standing man. Pen, ink and pencil. Signed and dated, 1832. Provenance: Christopher Powney. Exhibited ‘Nineteenth Century French Drawings’, Hazlitt, Gooden and Fox, June/July 1979, No.42, (label). 11.25x4.75 inches. Framed: 17x10 inches. £1650.
53. LENS Bernard III (1680-1740) Kensington: ‘A West Prospect of the Mount in Kensington Gardens, 1732’. The Mount was between what is now the Serpentine Gallery and now the Albert Memorial Pen and ink. Inscribed verso. Ex. Collection: L. G. Duke. Provenance: An album of BL III drawings, Christies/Spink, 21.6.1998. 4.75x7.25inches. Framed: 12.5x14.5 inches. £875.
54. LEROY Sebastien (1770-1832) A Napoleonic Romance. Pen and ink. 2x1.25 inches £125.
55. MAYOR Fred (1865-1916) Fishing boats off Le Touquet. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: Mayor Gallery (no.7314). 12x14.5 inches. Framed: 18.25x21 inches. £275.
57. MILLER James R.S.A.R.W.S. (1893-1987) ‘San Moise’, Venice. Pencil, pastel, ink, watercolour and gouache. Exhibited: Royal Scottish Academy, 1982, No.344 (label verso). 17x21 inches. Framed: 26x29.5 inches. £375.
58. MORLAND George R.A. (1763-1804) Cow byre, and a pig. Pencil and red chalk. Signed and dated, 1792. 16.5x14.5 inches. Framed: 26x25 inches. £3000.Click for Frame
59. MUNCASTER Claude R.W.S. S.M.A. (1903-1974) ‘Dersingham’, Norfolk. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1932. 14x20 inches. £675.
60. PEARCE Charles Maresco N.E.A.C. L.G. (1874-1964) Sea lavender and chrysanthemums in a glass. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1919. 18x14 inches. £3500.
SIR STANLEY SPENCER R.A. (1891-1951)
61. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Recto: composition studies for ‘Disembarkment’, ‘Embarkation’ and ‘Hotel Lawn’. Verso: Plan for a hang? Ball point pen on Arthur Tooth Compliments slip. Provenance: Studio Stamp from Christies Sale Christies 5/11/98. 8x5 inches. £675.Verso
62. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Three studies of women. Pencil. Provenance: Studio Stamp from Christies Sale 5/11/98. 9x7 inches. £675.Verso
63. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Studies of a Coronation. Pencil. Provenance: Studio Stamp from Christies Sale 5/11/98. 7x4.25 inches. £575.Verso
64. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Studies of two men. Pencil. Provenance: Studio Stamp from Christies Sale 5/11/98. 7.5x4.75 inches. £675.Verso
65. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Composition studies on reverse of ‘Challenge Toilet Tissue’ wrapping. Pencil. Provenance: Studio Stamp from Christies Sale 5/11/98. 4.5x10 inches. £875.Verso
66. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Recto: squared up composition study, and notes. Verso: extensive notes including ‘Hilda, Me and East Heath Road ... Boys at Odney…’ ‘Outside Chapel Door’ etc. Provenance: Studio Stamp from Christies Sale 5/11/98. 7.5x5.5 inches. £575.Verso
67. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Composition studies: ‘Part of Baptism … H. Memorial …’ on Arthur Tooth Compliments slip. Recto and verso. Studio Stamp from Christies Sale 5/11/98. 8x5 inches. £675.Verso
68. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Recto: Figure on a stretcher. Verso: Figures and tents. Pencil composition studies. Studio stamp from Christies Sale 5/11/98. 9x7 inches. £575.Verso
69. SPENCER Sir Stanley R.A. (1891-1951) Composition studies, ‘Sitting / Standing at Table’. Pencil composition study. Studio stamp from Christies Sale 5/11/98. 8x6.5 inches. £475.
70. PIPER John C.H. (1903-1992) ‘Interior of Coventry Cathedral’. Limited edition woven in silk by J&J Cash Ltd, Coventry. Editioned 341/500 and pencil signed. In original frame and presentation box. 4.25x5.5 inches. The presentation box: 15.5x12.25 inches. £975.
71. PROCKTOR Patrick R.A. (1936-2002) ‘Marcus and a Pink’ (TS.26). Aquatint. 1971. Signed and editioned, 117/500. 21.25x13.5 inches. £450.
72. PROUT Samuel O.W.S. (1783-1852) (His Map of Paris) ‘Plan de Paris / Nouveau plan routier de la Ville et Faubours de Paris divise en Douze Mairies, Annee 1819…’. Engraved, folding pocket map in original cover belonging to Samuel Prout O.W.S. (1783-1852). Marked with watercolour divisions by(?) Samuel Prout. Prout first visited the Continent in 1818. Provenance: Samuel Prout Collection, Records Room, North Devon Athenaeum; North Devon Athenaeum Sale, Bearnes 21.4.2010. Folded size: 6.5x4 inches. £575.
73. RAMSAY Dennis (1925-2009) ‘Still-life with wine cask’. Oil tempera on paper paid on board. Signed and dated, 1960. Artist’s label verso. 22.25x27.25 inches. £2000.
74. RETHI Lili (1894-1969) ‘Germinal / 7 Original Lithographien von Lili Rethi / 1926 / Munster Verlag Wien’. The original folder containing the 7 lithographs. 20.5x16 inches. £1250.CLICK HERE
75. REED Edward Tennyson (1860-1933) ‘Joan of Arc … I’ll never ride one of those wretched Parthenon-cum-Carter-Paterson chargers again…’. Pencil study for arcane Parliamentary Sketch. Circa 1900. Signed and inscribed. 5x6.75 inches. £50.
76. ROBERTS David R.A. (1796-1864) Circle of Sicily, the Cathedral, Palermo. Pencil, brush and watercolour on grey paper. Circa 1850. 9.75x14 inches. £475.
77. ROWNTREE Kenneth (1915-1997) ‘Mlle Monicette Caniere’: the Patronne’s Daughter. Oil on canvas. Circa 1935. Signed. 21.5x18 inches. Framed: 25x21.5 inches. £4750.
78. RICHARDSON Thomas Miles Jnr (1813-1890) 31 pencil studies of figures and landscape. Provenance: An album of Richardson sketches compiled by/for John Scott, 3rd Earl of Eldon (1845-1926) and by descent to Colonel Harold Scott (b.1907), his House Sale, Encombe House, Christies, 23.1.2007. £300.
79. SANDBERG Alexandra Forbes (Exh: 1933-1939) ‘Flowers from Switzerland’. Watercolour. Signed. Original ivory frame, crack but stable. Label verso. 2.75 (roundel) £95.
80. SANDBERG Alexandra Forbes (1933-1939) A bowl of flowers. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1932. 4x4.5 inches. Framed: 7x7.5 inches. £300.
81. SANDBERG Alexandra Forbes (Exh:1933-1939) Foxgloves beside a lake. Watercolour. Signed. Framed: 4.75x4.25 inches £95.
82. SERGEANT John (1937-2010) ‘Old Board Room, Hambro’s Bank, 41 Bishopsgate’. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, July 1988. 17.5x23.75 inches. Framed: 28x33.5 inches. £475.
83. SCOTT Gordon (1914-2016) A Camberwell street scene. Oil on panel. Circa 1939. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 11.75x16.2 inches. £875.
84. SHACKLETON William (1872-1933) ‘The Burning of the S.S.Volturno’. Gouache, or oil on card. Signed. The Volturno was an emigrant ship from Rotterdam to New York which burnt and sank with terrible loss of life in the North Atlantic on 9th October 1913. 13x15 inches. £675.
85. SMIRKE Mary (1809-1896) ‘A willow by the Thames near Barnes’. Ink and watercolour sketchbook page. Exhibited: Andrew Wyld, October, November 1973. 5.5x9.25 inches. Framed: 13.25x16.25 inches. £275.
86. SPENCER Roy (1918-2006) ‘Tropical House, Kew’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1986. Exhibited: ‘The Secret Gardens of London’, Sally Hunter Fine Art, May 1987, no.60. 14x20 inches. Framed: 21.25x27.25 inches £350.
87. SPENLOVE-SPENLOVE Frank R.I. R.O.I. (1868-1933) Water-meadows at dusk. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1906. 20x24.25 inches. £1250.
88. TISDALL Hans (1910-1997) Hastings; the fisherman’s huts. Oil on canvas. Signed. 16x20 inches. £4000.
89. STEIBEL Victor (1907-1976) Presentation drawing of a Garden Party Dress in turquoise and white spotted surah. Possibly for Princess Margaret. Charcoal, pastel and gouache. Mounted in the original presentation folder with three fabric samples. Signed. The folder 15x12 inches. £400.
90. STONE Reynolds C.B.E. (1909-1979) Litton Cheney: pheasant in the Old Rectory garden. Wood engraving. Signed and editioned 50/150. 2.75x3.5 inches. £75.
91. VERPILLEUX Emile Antoine (1888-1864) Bermuda: a view from the artist’s cottage, Boss Cove, Spanish Point. Oil on card. Signed and dated ‘A.E. Verpilleux, 1941’. We are grateful to Fritha Wolsak for confirming the artist and subject (19.3.2015). 6x8.5 inches. £9750.
93. TUNNICLIFFE Charles Frederick R.A. (1901-1979) ‘Goshawk’ (CT.159). Wood engraving. 1944. Signed and editioned 3/50. 13x5.75 inches. £2250.
94. WARD James R.A. (1769-1859) A seated postillion. Black and white chalks on tan paper. Circa 1795. Signed. 10.75x8.5 inches. £1100.
95. WARD Charlotte (b.1957) ‘Castel del Aquila, Umbria’. Pastels on joined paper. Signed. 12x28.75 inches. Framed: 20x36.75 inches. £225.
96. WARD John Stanton C.B.E. (1917-2007) Beach capriccio. Ink and watercolour. Signed, dedicated as a Christmas card, and dated, 1958. 9.25x12 inches. £325.
97. WATTS George Frederick O.M. R.A. (1817-1904) Pen and ink study for ‘Charity’, an oil painting Watts never executed. Authenticated and dated circa 1840 verso of frame by Richard Jefferies (Curator of the Watts Museum 1985-2006), October 2004. Signed and inscribed: ‘48 Cambridge Street’. 5.75x6 inches. Framed: 13x12.5 inches. £1250.
98. WIRGMAN Charles (1832-1891) 'Commerce de Vins', Paris. Pencil and watercolour. c.1855. Provenance: A collection of Wirgman material, Bonhams, 1975. Exhibited: 'Charles Wirgam', Covent Garden Gallery (Bill Drummond), October / November 1976, No.34. 4.5x8.25 inches. £325.
99. WOLFSFELD Erich (1884-1956) The Last Rites. Brush and sepia ink. Circa 1915. Indistinctly inscribed in German(?). 8x6.5 inches. £375.
100. WRAGG Arthur (1903-1976) ‘Song of Songs’. Pen and ink idea for his 1952 book cover/dust jacket. 10x8 inches. £375.
101. WRAGG Arthur (1903-1976) ‘Death Opens The Ball / John R Benson’. Ink and watercolour design for a book cover / dust jacket. 11.5x7.5 inches. £225.
102. WRAGG Arthur (1903-1976) ‘Humiliation with Honour / Vera Brittain’. Pen and ink design for the book’s 1942 cover/dust jacket. Artist’s notes verso. 9x6.75 inches. £475.
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