NEW LAYOUT! . The pictures on this List are arranged by artist and no longer by medium category. . There are the same proportions of oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and prints as ever. We believe this new mix gives a more pictorial idea of a visit to Abbott and Holder
1. ANDERSON Stanley R.A. (1884-1966) ‘Les Arcades, Dieppe’. Etching. One of 80 proofs. Signed and inscribed. 8.25x12.25 inches. £375.
2. ANDERSON Stanley R.A. (1884-1966) Self-portrait. Engraving. Dated 1933. Signed. 7.75x6.5 inches. £1250.
3. ANDERSON Stanley R.A. (1884-1966) ‘The Wayfarer’. Engraving. 1941. Signed and inscribed, from an edition of 40. 6.5x6.75 inches. £975.
4. ANON. Circa 1830
Ink and watercolour.
5. BEERBOHM Max (1872-1956)
‘Mr Boyd Morrison and Mr Gordon Craig / Rapallo’.
Pen and ink. Inscribed and dated, 6th May, 1926 by the artist.
8x10 inches. Framed: 16x18 inches.
6. ADENEY Bernard (1878-1966) Landscape study. Oil on card. Signed (or inscribed?) verso. 7.25x10 inches. Framed: 12.25x15.25 inches. £800.
7. ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘The Court Yard, Charterhouse’ (NAP.38). Lithograph. Signed and inscribed ‘Artist’s Proof’. 15x20.75 inches. £575.
8. SHOTTER BOYS Thomas (1803-1874) (Circle of)
Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed and dated, ‘Aug.3 (18)65’. Ex. Collection: Leonard G Duke (D4475 as Shotter Boys).
11.25x18 inches. Framed: 19x25 inches.
9. ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979)
Youth and Age, on a bus.
Pen and ink. Provenance: the artist’s son, and by descent.
2.75x4.75 inches. Framed: 10.25x11.25 inches.
10. BADMIN Stanley R.E. R.W.S. (1906-1989) ‘Mells, Somerset’. Etching. Trial 3rd state. Signed and inscribed. 5.5x7 inches. £1250.
11. BAWDEN Edward R.A. (1903-1989)
Ink and watercolour. Signed. Circa 1970. Exhibited: No.20, ‘Tribute to Edward Bawden’, The Fine Art Society, 1989.
18.5x22 inches. Framed: 25.5x29 inches.
£7000 plus Artist’s Resale Right of 4% (£280)
12. BADMIN Stanley R.E. R.W.S. (1906-1989) ‘Potato clamp’. Etching. Signed and inscribed. 4x7 inches. £1250.
13. BOOTH Raymond (1929-2015) White campions and corn before a Spring storm. Oil on paper. Signed and dated, 1957. 16x8.75 inches. Framed: £6750.
14. BEER Richard (1928-2017) ‘Castel Sardo’ (sic) Sardinia. Oil on canvas. Signed. Exhibited: New Art Centre, 1966. 42x30 inches. Framed: 43x31 inches. £875.
15. BUCKLAND-WRIGHT John (1897-1854) Nude. Engraving. Signed, editioned 4/20, dated 1931 and inscribed 5.25x2 inches. £400.
19. COX David O.W.S. (1783-1859)
A small bridge.
Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed on backing in another hand ‘Warwick Bridge’.
20. CHASE Michael (1915-2001)
Watercolour and silver paint. Signed and dated, 1988.
10x10 inches. Framed: 13x13.5 inches.
21. COX David O.W.S. (1783-1859)
Landscape study. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1840. Verso: Study of a lake and landscape.
22. CROTCH Dr William (1775-1847) after Thomas Allom (1804-1872)
‘Emont Bridge from the Westmorland Side from a print by T.Allom – I wish anybody would tell me about T Allom, nobody knows him’
Pencil and watercolour. Signed, dated Nov.15th 1842 and inscribed.
23. CRAIG Edward Gordon CH (1872-1966) ‘Theatre Design’. Etching. Trimmed to the plate mark and with tab. Signed. £1500.
24. CROTCH Dr William (1775-1847
‘No.2. Chiesa di S.Sabba Abate Rome from a book lent me by Rev. J Owen Fulham / Why should not such a Cloister as this suit our climate? / copied Aug 31 1842’
Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed by the artist.
25. DARK Lieutenant Philip RN (1918-2008)
Study for ‘Only Propaganda’, Marlag O, Naval Prisoner of War Camp, Westertimke, Lower Saxony.
Pencil. Verso dated ‘Sept 44’. Provenance: Artist’s Estate.
Exhibited: Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1994. Cat. No.36. Ill. p.21 10.5x8 inches. £300Click here for our 2016 Exhibition of POW drawings by Philip Dark
26. DEAN Frank (1865-1947)
‘Bathing Ghats, Benares’.
Watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1909. Inscribed verso. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1910.
23.75x18 inches. Original frame (distressed) available: 25.5x31.5 inches.
27. DERAIN Andre (1880-1954)
Red Chalk. 1919. Later certified bottom right by Walther Halvorsen, Paris. Provenance: Halvorsen to Eric Werenskiold (1855-1938) in 1919, Michael Kellerman. Josef Herman.
21x16.25 inches. Framed: 29x24 inches.
28. ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S. (1909-1991)
‘Welsh Peat Cutting’.
Ink and watercolour and gouache. Circa 1950. Inscribed. Provenance: Gwydion Thomas
29. DEJARDIN Julien (1857-1907) Quai de la Seine. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1904 13.5x22 inches. Framed: 18x26 inches. £575.
30. FASSETT Kaffe (b.1937)
Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1969.
31. ERICKSON Carl ‘Eric’ (1891-1958)
Brush, ink and gouache on gray paper. Circa 1935. Partial signature.
Note water damage to border and trimming following Stonehouse’ studio fire. Provenance: Brian Stonehouse MBE (1918-1998)
22x12.5 inches (irregular)
33. GLEDSTANES Elsie (1891-1982) ‘The Workshop’. Linocut. Signed and inscribed. 5.5x3.75 inches. £475.
34. GRAY Douglas Stannus (1890-1959)
A vase of old fashioned roses. Oil on canvas. Circa 1920. Exhibited: Spink. Provenance: Artist’s Estate from which Spink Ltd and Nevill Keating Ltd selected two exhibitions of Gray’s work, in 1986 and 1988. 18x14 inches. Framed: 22.75x18.75 inches. £1500.
35. HALLIDAY Alan (b.1952)
‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Henley Festival – The Transformation of Bottom’.
Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated. 1986.
36. HASSALL John (1868-1948) Circle of.
A travelling Band.
Pen, brush and ink. Bears monogram.
37. HOLWORTHY James O.W.S. (1781-1841)
Kiln and Quarry.
Brush and grey washes. Circa 1810.
38. GREENHAM Peter R.A. (1909-1992) View through tress to the roofs of a Chateau. Oil on canvas board. Signed. 12x12 inches. Framed: 16.25x16.5 inches. £1875.
39. HEATH William (1794-1840)
‘Political Billiards’: Count Orlov and Abdulkadir Bey watched by the Duke of Wellington at Treaty of Adrianople.
Pen, brush and ink drawing for ‘Political Billiards’, published by Thomas McLean in 1829. Inscribed.
Inscribed by the artist. Verso prepared for transfer with red chalk.
£1750. Click here to see the print
41. HITCHENS John (b.1940) ‘Flowers into softness’. Oil on canvas. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1967, verso. 20x28 inches. £1750.
42. HILLS Robert O.W.S. (1769-1844)
A farm yard.
Watercolour. Provenance: John Garles F.S.A. the artist’s executor and by descent. Exhibited: Agnews.
43. JOPLING Joseph Middleton (1831-1884)
Watercolour and gouache. Signed.
44. HOWARD Ken R.A. (b.1932) ‘Near Sampford Spiney, Dartmoor’. Oil on board. Signed. Inscribed verso. Provenance: Bought from the artist by the previous owner c.1986. 12x16 inches. Framed: 17x21 inches. £2250.
45. KRAMER Jacob (1892-1962)
Charcoal and pastel on blue paper. Circa 1930. Signed.
20.25x17 inches. Framed: 28.5x25 inches.
46. LEIGHTON Clare (1898-1989) ‘The Ploughman’. Wood-engraving. Signed and editioned 7/50. 6.5x4.75 inches. £875.
47. HOWARD-JONES RAY (1903-1996) Red Moon on Skomer.
Oil on card. Circa 1955. 14.5x19.5 inches. £1750.
48. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973)
‘San Mamette, Lake Lugano’.
Watercolour. Circa 1930. Studio stamp. Inscribed by the artist on the backing.
49. HUGO Jean (1894-1984)
‘Le mas du Pre a la Chevriere’
Gouache. Signed. Indistinctly inscribed verso.
50. HUNT Michael John (b.1941) ‘Meat Market, Buenos Aires’. Oil on canvas. Signed. 29x20 inches. Framed: 34x25 inches. £775.
51. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) ‘Inner Harbour, Dieppe’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed and editioned 16/50. 5.5x7.5 inches. £275.
52. MARTIN John (1789-1854) (formerly attributed to)
A harvest scene.
Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1835. Exhibited: Agnews.
53. MCGILL Donald (1875-1962)
‘The Wedding March they soon will play / Your single days be o’er / Then comes this Wedding March for you / Round the bedroom floor!’.
Gouache. Inscribed recto and verso (with alternative).
54. MCBEY James (1883-1959) ‘A moonlight attack, Jelil’ (MH.200). Highland Troops from the 7th Division. Etching and drypoint with tone on greenish paper. 1920. Signed and numbered ‘XVIII’, from an edition of 76. Inscribed in the plate ‘19th September 1918 Jelil/ 1920’. 8.75x15.25 inches. £675.
55. MELI Filipo (b.1795)
‘Vecchio indegno…ingannare un Inglese?’
Pencil. Signed and inscribed.
56. MILLER John (1931-2002) A Mediterranean landscape. Oil on canvas sketch. Circa 1995. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate (Michael Truscott) to the previous owner. 26x24 inches. £1250.
57. MELI Filipo (b.1795)
‘L’Arciprete di Tivoli / con la…Nepote / in viaggio per Roma’.
Pencil. Signed and inscribed, and with the artist’s address ‘Babuino 104, 2nd piano’.
58. NIXON John (1755-1818)
‘An Old Lady at Brighton’
Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1784. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester.
59. NIXON John (1755-1818)
Old Woman in a bonnet.
Ink and watercolour. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester.
60. NIXON John (1755-1818)
Girl, posed in her mob cap.
Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1789.
61. NIXON John (1755-1818)
‘In the Park at Arundel Castle’.
Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1791. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester.
62. HEPWORTH Dorothy (1898-1978) (a.k.a. ‘Patricia Preece’)
Still-life stage-set with fruit and pottery.
Oil on canvas. Inscribed on the stretcher: ‘Patricia Preece / Moor Thatch, Cookham’. Exhibited: ‘Patricia Preece – Dorothy Hepworth’, Bloomsbury Workshop / Michael Dickens, October-November 1991.
The address is that of Dorothy Hepworth from 1928. Preece regularly exhibited Hepworth’s work
under her name.
20x24 inches. Framed: 28x32 inches.
63. ONWHYN Thomas (1811-1886)
‘View from Waterloo Bridge’.
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1832.
64. RAVERAT Gwen S.W.E. (1885-1957) ‘Bowl Players in sunlight’ (SN126). Wood engraving. Signed and inscribed. Later editioned 1/60. 3.75x5.75 inches. £700.
66. RAVERAT Gwen S.W.E. (1885-1957) ‘The Red Lion’ (SN280). Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed and numbered ‘4’. 1.25x2.25 inches. £275.
67. RAWLINSON William Thomas S.W.E. (1912-1993) ‘Fig tree, Tripoli’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 1/50 and dated 1954. 9x9 inches. £475.
68. POCOCK Nicholas (1740-1821)
‘Castleton, near the Peak’.
Pencil, ink and watercolour. No.27 from a sketchbook dated 1797.
9x13.25 inches. Framed: 25x22 inches.
69. RAWLINSON William Thomas S.W.E. (1912-1993) ‘Irish Pastoral’. Wood engraving. Signed, editioned 6/50, inscribed and dated 1940. 6.75x9 inches. £475.
70. ROBINSON William Heath (1872-1944)
Rain on a beach.
Watercolour. Initialed by a later hand. Provenance: artist’s estate to Simon Heneage to the Cartoon Art Trust.
71. REYNOLDS Frank (1876-1953)
‘I have often worried and wondered if you married me for myself, or my money, Ada’ ‘You have no need to worry about that in the least I can assure you…’
Ink and gouache for ?Punch. Signed and inscribed. Circa 1905.
9x9.25 inches. Framed: 14x14 inches.
72. ROMNEY George (1734-1802)
Head of a Man. Possibly a study for a Shakespearean character. Pen and ink. c.1760, possibly drawn before Romney left Kendal for London. Provenance, by repute: Whitestock Hall, Rusland, Lancashire, from 1806 home of Romney's son Rev. John Romney (1758-1835). The house was in the family until the early C20th.
7.75x5.25 inches. Framed: 16.25x14.25 inches.
£1950. See this British Museum sketchbook for similar works.
73. ROME (subject) ANON. 1840.
Pencil and watercolour. Dated, 1840. Inscribed on the backing ‘Villa Borghese ye 31st Jan. 1840’
74. ROSSBERG Sara (b.1952)
Charcoal. Signed and dated, 1991. Exhibited: Gill George Gallery.
22x17.25 inches. Framed: 30.75x25.25 inches.
75. RUTHERFORD Harry (1903-1985) Dinghies pulled up, possibly Penzance. Oil on card. Signed. 6x8.5 inches. Framed: 12.5x15 inches. £1250.
76. SAMUELSON Peter (1912-1996)
Pen and ink. Circa 1950. Provenance: Artist’s Estate.
77. ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827)
The Money Lenders.
Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1807. Ill. And lit: ‘Rowlandson’, J.Grego, 1880, vol.ii, p.53. pp.233-5.
78. SAMUELSON Peter (1912-1996)
Boy at a desk.
Pen and ink. Circa 1950. Provenance: Artist’s Estate.
79. RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) ‘San Agostino, San Gimignano’ (R.57). Etching. 1927. Signed and inscribed ‘1st state, 1’. Signed and inscribed ‘Own Collection’ by the Florence Rushbury. Also inscribed (?by Harold Wright) ‘San Agostino, San Gimignano (1st state. Only proof thus)’. 6x9 inches. £275.
80. RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) ‘Walls of Siena’ (R.42). Drypoint. 1923. Signed, and signed and inscribed ‘Own Collection’ by Florence Rushbury. 5x9.75 inches. £375.
81. RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) ‘St. Gervais, Paris’ (R.50). Drypoint. 1925. Signed. 9x12.25 inches. £275.
82. SELF Colin (b.1941)
‘Landscape in rain, Norwich’.
Charcoal. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1971, verso.
12.25x18.5 inches. Framed: 22x28.25 inches.
83. SHELLEY Samuel O.W.S. (1750-1808)
Study of a girl.
Pencil, pen and ink. Provenance: an Album of Shelley sketches with Abbott and Holder c.1970
2.5x3.5 inches oval.
84. SHROPSHIRE (subject) Anon. Circa 1810.
‘Yew trees / Oswestry Church Yard’.
Ink and watercolour. Inscribed, recto and verso.
85. STRANG William R.A. R.E. (1859-1921) ‘Rudyard Kipling’. Etching. 1897. Signed. Also published as the frontispiece to ‘Plain Tales from the Hill’. 6x4 inches. £225.
86. SOLOMON Simeon (1840-1905)
Pencil on card. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1886.
We are grateful to Dr Colin Cruise for confirming this work.
87. STEYN Stella (1907-1987) Portrait of a lady. Oil on canvas. Circa 1938. Studio stamp verso. Exhibited: Belgrave Gallery, 1996.
27x16 inches. Framed: 32.5x21 inches. £2000.
88. STEUART Sir John James F.R.S.E. (1779-1849)
Scottish landscape study.
Pen, brush and sepia ink. Exhibited: Appleby Bros, 1966.
6x9 inches. Framed: 13x16 inches.
89. SUTHERLAND Graham O.M. (1903-1980) ‘Number Forty-Nine’ (Tassi 14). Etching. 1924. One of 80 impressions. Signed. Exhibited: Agnews. 7.5x10inches. £2500.
91. TUNNICLIFFE Charles Frederick R.A. (1901-1979) Bull and two cows. Etching. Signed and editioned, 49/75. 8x9.75 inches. £500.
92. TINDLE David R.A. R.E. (b.1932)
Self-portrait in a mirror.
Charcoal. Signed and dated, 1963.
22x15 inches. Framed: 28.75x21.75 inches.
93. TRIVICK Henry (1908-1982)
‘The Thames from Cookham’.
Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed. Exhibited: No.37 ‘Artists of Fame and Promise, Part II’, Leicester Galleries, 1953.
11x11 inches. Framed: 22.5x22.5 inches.
94. VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1842)
Ink and watercolour. Circa 1820. Signed.
95. VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1842)
An Observatory, or Church tower…
96. VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1842)
Watercolour and gum arabic. Circa 1840. Ex. Collection (by repute): James Baker Pyne (1800-1870).
97. WARD John Stanton (1917-2007)
‘Place Stanislas, Nancy, Sunday morning’.
Pencil, ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Maas Gallery.
9.25x12.25 inches. Framed: 17x19.75 inches.
98. WARD John Stanton (1917-2007)
Compton Mackenzie tasting Grant’s Whisky.
Pen and ink study for a Grant’s Whiskey advertisement. Circa 1955.
99. WARD John Stanton (1917-2007)
‘A King of Magic’.
Ink and watercolour design for the book by Mollie Harris. Signed and dated, 1969.
100. WASHINGTON William (1885-1956) ‘Cleft Chopping’. Engraving. Signed and inscribed ‘Final state before edition. Printer’s proof’. 10x8.25 inches. £775.
101. WYLLIE William Lionel (1851-1931) View over the second Hungerford Bridge (built 1864 by Hawkshaw). Etching and drypoint. Signed. 9x14.75 inches. £875.
102. VOGT Georg (1881-1940)
The Friesian Cow.
Oil on canvas. Circa 1910. Signed.
23x29.5 inches. Framed: 28x34 inches.
How ‘The List’ Work
Our Lists are published here on the first Wednesday of every month. They
introduce at least 100 works to the large stock of oil paintings,
watercolours, drawings and prints, arranged over three floors at our
Museum Street building.
An email alert and link to the new List is sent to those who have asked to receive it on the preceding Tuesday evening. However, nothing is sold from The List before 9.30am on the Wednesday. Those
of you who are on the doorstep get first go at the new stock, and while
we try to keep telephone and email inquiries in strict order of
receipt, there will be times when technological overlaps muddy the
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