6-9pm Thursday 19th January 2017
The exhibition continues through Saturday 11th February.
NOTE: Nothing will be sold before the exhibition opens at 6pm on Thursday 19th January.
1. Andrea Appiani Jnr (1817-1865) (Attributed to) The Brocade Cravat. Oil on canvas. Bears signature, possibly later strengthened. 17.5x23 inches. Framed: 33x27 inches. £4,500
2. George Henry Harlow (1787-1819) Seated girl. Black and red chalks, with some watercolour. Signed and dated, ‘December 1808’. 8.25x6.25 inches. Framed: 15.75x13.5 inches.
3. Ron Kitaj R.A. (1932-2007) The Poet and Opera Librettist: Robert Duncan (1919-1988). Etching. 1971. Signed and editioned 7/150. 6x6 inches. Framed: 22x18 inches. £575
4. William Ingalton (1794-1866) Head of an Eton girl. Oil on card. Inscribed verso ‘Painted by W. Ingalton Junr. / Dec. 20 1810 Eton / Berks. 14.5x13 inches. Framed: 18.25x16.25 inches.
5. Francis Ernest Jackson (1872-1945) The Mountaineer, Jack St Clair Lindsay. Oil on board. Inscribed verso as commissioned by ‘W. M. Hornby’, and dated ‘c.1924’. 18x14 inches. Framed: 26x22.5 inches.
6. Charles Calvert (1785-1852) A profile. Watercolour en grisaille. Circa 1810. Signed. 4.75x4 inches.
7. Colin Gill (1892-1940) ‘English Spearman’. Red and black chalks. Signed and inscribed 'English Spearman / 'Alfred and the Danes' / St Stephens Hall' and dedicated on the original mount 'To Mr and Mrs homer St Gaudens'. Study for 'King Alfred’s Longships Defeat the Danes, 877', St Stephens Hall, Palace of Westminster, 1925-1927. 4.75x4 inches. Framed: 15x13 inches. £1,950
8. Willem van Honthorst (1594-1666) (Circle of) The Lace Collar. Oil on canvas. Circa 1630. Ex. Collections: Robert Spencer; Christopher Hogwood. 26x21 inches. Framed: 32.5x28 inches.
9. Gerald Leslie Brockhurst R.A. R.E. (1890-1978) ‘Young Womanhood’ (W.70.vii/vii). Etching. 1931. Signed. From an edition of 111. 9x6.75 inches. Framed: 17x14.5 inches. £1,150
10. Anon. Circa 1850. A Hebrew Scholar. Oil on canvas. 16x12 inches.
11. Anon. Circa 1860. Portrait of a Girl. Oil on canvas. Provenance: reputedly Sotheby’s Chatsworth House Attic Sale, October 2010. 7.5x8 inches. Framed: 10.5x11 inches.
12. Sven Berlin (1911-1999) Head of a Whippet. Marble, with cut glass button eyeballs, remains of some colour. Head: 12x3.5x3.5 inches. Base: 6x4x3.5 inches.
13. William E. C. Morgan (1903-1979) ‘Self-portrait’. Engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 3/40 and dated, 1930. Ex. Coll: Sir John Stirling-Maxwell of Pollok (1866-1956). 9.5x7.25 inches. 18x15 inches.
14. Louis Borgeois Borgex (1873-1959) Self-portrait. Oil on card. Circa 1895. Provenance: A Collection of works by Borgeois Borgex, Christies, 19.5.2015. 16x12.5 inches. Framed: 19x16.5 inches.
15. William John Wainwright (1855-1931) A look of horror. Oil on canvas. 7.5x5 inches. Framed: 14x12 inches.
16. Edward Thomson Davis (1833-1867) ‘Miss Pugh’ of Wheathill ‘… an exact likeness’. Black and red chalks. Signed and dated, 1856. Inscribed on the original backing. 9x6.75 inches. Framed: 16.25x13.25 inches.
17. ‘A. Bertelier’ (Early 19th Century) An American(?) ship owner. Ink and gouache. Circa 1820. Signed. 7.75x4.5 inches. Framed: 10x7.5 inches.
18. Peter Coker R.A. (1926-2004) Holding a pose. Etching. Signed and editioned 3/4. 11x6.25 inches. Framed: 19.5x13.5 inches.
19. Anon. Circa 1780. Head of a boy. Oil on panel. Panel: 15x12.5 inches. Oval window: 13.5x11.5 inches. Framed: 21.5x19 inches. £2,250
20. William Strang R.A. R.E. (1859-1921) The Opium Captain: Captain Charles Patullo Forgan, skipper and part owner of the opium clipper ‘Waterwitch’ of Towerhills, Kilmaurs. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1890. Provenance: Family descent. Strang also painted the subject's daughter Elizabeth who was married to his Slade contemporary the (future) architect James Archibald Morris (1857-1942). 20x16 inches. Framed: 26x22 inches.
21. Anon. Circa 1820. Life model, possibly a Self-Study. Oil on canvas. 28x24.5 inches.
22. Francis Dodd R.A. (1874-1949) Portrait of Stephen Bone (1904-1958). Drypoint. 1928. Signed. 13x11.25 inches. Framed: 21.5x19 inches.
23. Jacob Kramer (1892-1962) Charcoal and pastel. Signed and dated, 1925. 21x14 inches. Framed: 28.5x22 inches.
24. Stephen Catterson Smith P.R.H.A. (1806-1872) The Misses Catherine and Maria Doveton, daughters of the Rev. J. F. Doveton. Red, white and black chalks. Circa 1836. Provenance: by family descent. 13x10.5 inches. Framed: 20x17 inches.
25. Anon. Circa 1700. A ‘Three-quarter’ Gentleman. Oil on canvas. 30x25 inches.
26. Jim Dine (b.1935) ‘Self Portraits’: a series of five heads. Etchings. Each signed, editioned 8/25 and dated, 1971. Each 7.75x6 inches.
27. Francois Theodore Rochard (1798-1858) ‘John Edmund Severne / 10th Light Dragoons’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1850. Inscribed on the frame. Severne (1826-1899) lived at Wallop Hall and was MP from Ludlow from 1865-1868. 15.25x11 inches. Framed: 23x18 inches. £2,250
28. Gerald Brockhurst R.A. R.E. (1890-1978) ‘James McBey’ (1883-1959). Etching. Signed by the artist. Signed and dated by the sitter, 15th September 1931. 10.5x7.5 inches. Framed: 19x15 inches.
29. Anon. French. A Grisette. Oil on board. Signed. 4.5x4 inches.
30. Euan Uglow (1932-2000) ‘Pig’s Head’. Etching. Provenance: Gift of the artist to the previous owner. 4x3 inches. Framed: 10.5x9 inches. £975
31. Anon. Italian Hand. 1810. ‘B.C. Anni 23 Mesi 8’. Oil on canvas. Inscribed and dated, ‘fano 1810’ on the original frame. 24.5x18 inches. Framed: 28.5x22 inches. £1,750
32. Carlton Alfred Smith R.I. R.O.I. (1853-1946) ‘Study of a Head’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1888. Inscribed on the original label. 11.5x8.5 inches. Framed: 22.5x19 inches. £1,250
33. John Raphael Smith (1752-1812) The Genealogist; John Milne of Wakefield (1751-1810), wealthy cloth merchant and patron of Wright of Derby (1734-1797). Pastels on paper stretched onto canvas. 22.5x18.5 inches. Framed: 32x27.5 inches.
34. Pavel Tchelichev (1898-1957) Head of a Man. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1933. Inscribed on backing ‘Ann de Bieville (Baron)’. Exhibited: Richard Nathanson Gallery. 19.25x14.25 inches. Framed: £7,500
35. John Downman A.R.A. (1750-1824) Seated girl. Charcoal, stump and watercolour. Indistinctly signed bottom right. 11.5x9.25 inches. Framed: 18.5x16 inches.
36. Miguel Viladrich Vila (Lerida, Spain 1887 - Buenos Aires 1956) His Excellency Señor Don José Maria de Solano, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the Cuban Republic to Uruguay. Oil on panel. Signed, inscribed and dated in the crested oval lower left 'Effigy of his Excellency the Minister Jose Maria de Solano. It was made by the painter from Spain Miguel Viladrich in the city of Montevideo. Year MDCCCCXXIII'. Inscribed verso 'I finished this portrait the 18th of the present month of the year 1923 / In the palace of the legation / of Cuba at Montevideo. I declare / that the minister has posed so well that it could be said that / both of us did it / M. Viladrich' and signed with the artist's thumbprint. 35x24 inches. Framed: 37.5x26 inches. £10,000 Please contact us for more information.
37. Edward Villiers Rippingille (1798-1859) Self-portrait. Oil on copper. 4.5x3.25 inches. Framed: 7x6 inches.
38. Jock McFadyen R.A. (b.1950) Berlin Booth. Watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, ’91. 29.5x22.5 inches. Framed: £2,250
39. Thomas Kerrich (1748-1828) ‘Richard Hey Esq (1745-1835) of Middle Temple...'. Black and red chalks. Signed, inscribed and dated verso (recorded on the backing): 'Richard Hey Esq of Middle Temple A.M. Fellow of Sidney Sussex College (Originally of Magdalen College) Cambridge. Thomas Kerrich Fellow of Magdalen College in ye same University del.1776 April'. 15x11 inches. Framed: 20x16.5 inches. £9,250
40. Sir George Hayter (1792-1871) (Circle of) Portrait of the artist. Oil on canvas. A version of the Self-portrait (1828) in the Uffizi 'Gallery of Self-portraits'. Inscribed verso. 12.5x10.5 inches. Framed: 17.5x15 inches.
41. John Raphael Smith (1752-1812) The artist’s daughters. Pastels. Label verso: ‘Elizabeth and Mary Hannah / Smith – the former became Mrs Geo. David Fontaine / she is seated in the picture’. 11x9 inches. Framed: 13.75x11.75 inches. £975
42. Gwen Raverat S.W.E. (1885-1957) ‘Jacques Raverat’ (1882-1925). Wood-engraving. 1925. Signed, inscribed and editioned ‘Second portrait of Jacques Raverat 5/40’. 4x2.5 inches. Framed: 12.25x9.75 inches. £875
43. Mildred Eldridge (1909-1991) Self-portrait. Oil on canvas. c.1935. Provenance: by descent from the artist. 10x9 inches.