While we all digest emerging shopping patterns the Gallery will be open
Monday through Saturday 10am – 5pm
Please do contact us in advance as we are limiting the number of people who can be safely in the Gallery and there will, inevitably, be times when we are out Viewing.
NOTE: We will be closed on Saturday 25th July and Saturday 1st August
and will be open 12.30-5pm on Saturday 4th July
(Issued Wednesday 1st July)
1. ANON. Circa 1900. Dragon design, possibly for a book jacket. Pen and ink. Signed with monogram (?BB). Ex. Collection: George Percy Jacomb-Hood (1857-1929). 11x15 inches. £225.
2. ANON. Circa 1850. A woman driving cattle over a mountain Pass. Watercolour. 5x11.25 inches. £75.
3. ANON. Art School charcoal study of Architectural detail. Stamped with South Kensington Schools od Design mark, dated 1887. 17x22 inches £375.
4. BATES Henry (fl.1930s) ‘Jungle’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed and editioned 32/50. 6.75x4.75 inches. £75.
5. ARMITAGE Jean (1895-1988) ‘Great-Spotted Woodpecker’. Woodcut printed in colours. Signed, inscribed and editioned 1/50. 10.25x9.5 inches. £375.
6. ANON. (Grosvenor School circle) (c.1925) ‘Monday’. Linocut. Inscribed on backing and ‘Sketch Club linocut / 1 hour’. 6.5x5.25 inches. £375.
7. BELL Robert Anning R.A. (1863-1933)
Charcoal and red chalk. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1934.
14x8.5 inches. Framed: 22.75x17 inches.
8. BRIGHT Henry (1810-1873) ‘Surrey; at Betchworth’. Pencil with fixative. Signed and inscribed. 9x13 inches. £575.
9. CARLYLE Thomas (1795-1881) (Subject) Thomas Carlyle in his garden, 1875. Etching by Charles Oliver Murray (1842-1923) after a painting by Helen Allingham R.W.S. (1848-1926). 9.5x7 inches. Framed: 17x13.75 inches. £350.
10. FEDDEN Mary (1915-2012) Table-top still-life. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1973. 22x30 inches. Framed: 30x38 inches. £3000
11. ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S. (1909-1991) ‘Rosa Iceberg and Roi de Balcons’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and dated, 1948, verso. Provenance: Gwydion Thomas 9x9 inches. £375.
12. FLANDERS Dennis (1915-1994) ‘Torquay’. Pencil. Inscribed. Verso: Studio stamp, and dated, 1938. 8.5x12 inches. £125.
13. GIRTIN Thomas (1775-1802) The Rainbow. Mezzotint after Girtin by S W Reynolds, 1824. 1883 impression printed in an edition of 200 on plate paper before the plates were destroyed. Torn down. 6x8.5 inches. £75.
14. GIRTIN Thomas (1775-1802) The Tower. Mezzotint after Girtin by S W Reynolds, 1824. 1883 impression printed in an edition of 200 on plate paper before the plates were destroyed. Torn down. 10x7.75 inches. £75.
15. GIRTIN Thomas (1775-1802) Cottage above river. Mezzotint after Girtin by S W Reynolds, 1824. 1883 impression printed in an edition of 200 on plate paper before the plates were destroyed. Torn down. 6x9 inches. £75.
16. GOFF Frederick (1855-1931) ‘Thames from Tower Bridge’. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1900. Signed and inscribed. 4x5.5 inches. Framed: 12x13 inches. £1500. VIEW FRAMED
17. ‘HAGGS CASTLE’, Pollokshields by Alexander Duff Robertson (1807-1886) Ink and watercolour. Inscribed ‘Restoration / Haggs Castle, 1843’ (unrealised). Signed. Provenance: Sir John Stirling-Maxwell of Pollok (1866-1956). 12.5x16.5 inches. £950.
18. PATERSON James R.S.A. P.R.S.W. (1854-1932) ‘Edinburgh: the Dean’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed verso and with the artist’s address ‘2, Bedford Road, Edinburgh’. 10x14.5 inches.£1800
19. HYNES Edward (1897-1982) ‘Got everything Henry? Your wallet / Handkerchief? Your teeth?’ Brush and ink. Signed and inscribed. 17x13.5 inches. Framed: 21.5x18.5 inches. £375.
20. FRUEH Alfred Joseph (1880-1968) The Black Tie. Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1935. Signed. Inscribed ‘Sunday Drama’ verso and probably for The New Yorker. Provenance: John Drinkwater (1882-1937). 9.5x6.5 inches. £325
21. JACQUIER Ivy Skinner (b.1890) The artist’s daughter. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dedicated to ‘Victor’ (Bonham-Carter) as a wedding present. Dated 1938. 14.25x12.25 inches. £475
22. JENKINSON Geoffrey (1925-2005) ‘East London Industries – a hill-top view of London Docks and Industries’. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1949. Signed. 7.75x15 inches. £1750.
23. LABRUZZI Carlo (1748-1817) ‘Ponte antico fuori di Molo (sic. Mola di Gaeta) dove passa la Via Appia / Gaeta nella distanza 16’; (‘Ancient bridge outside Molo (sic) where the Via Appia passes, Gaeta in the distance’). Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. c.1789-1793. Inscribed and numbered ‘196’. Watermark: Beehive within a shield. Possibly manufactured by J. Honig and Zoonen. See Heawood Nos.54-57. Provenance: Commissioned by Sir Richard Colt Hoare (1758-1838) in 1789; with Messrs. Palmer (Print Sellers at 163 Strand London) by February 1794; whereabouts unknown until rediscovered in London during WWII bound into one of four albums of Labruzzi’s Appian Way watercolours; John Manning (Bond Street), 1960; Karl & Faber Auctioneers, May 1977, Lot 680. Exhibited: John Manning, Carlo Labruzzi (1748-1817) An Exhibition of Fine Watercolour Drawings of The Appian Way, 9th June – 16th July 1960, Cat. No.89.
16x21.5 inches. Framed: 23x29 inches. £7500. VIEW FRAMED MORE INFO - CLICK HERE
24. HARRISON John Theodore (1914-2002) The Male Nude. 14 life studies and 1 flower piece. Ink. Each signed and dated 1941 in a spiral bound sketchbook. 6.5x8.75 inches. £500. CLICK HERE TO VIEW
25. LANDELLS Ebenezer (1808-1860) ‘First Church of the Christians in Britain’. Pencil. Inscribed. Provenance: an album of sketches by Landells. 4.25x7.25 inches. £45.
26. LANDELLS Ebenezer (1808-1860) ‘The Comic Novel, or, Downing Street the Day of Victoria by Lynx’. Pencil. Inscribed. Design for a frontispiece for the novel published in 1840. Provenance: an album of sketches by Landells. 8x5 inches. £75.
27. LANDELLS Ebenezer (1808-1860) Edinburgh; ‘The most beautiful sunset / I ever saw in June, 1825’. Brush and sepia wash. Inscribed. Provenance: an album of sketches by Landells. 6x9 inches. £125.
28. LAPORTE John (1761-1839) Capriccio: Castle and lake. Gouache. 10.5x15 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.5 inches £575. VIEW FRAMED
29. LAPORTE John (1761-1839) Capriccio: Valley and river. Gouache. Signed and indistinctly dated 18(39?) 10.5x15 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.5 inches £575. VIEW FRAMED
30. LAPORTE John (1761-1839) Capriccio: river landscape. Gouache. Signed and dated, 1839. 10.5x15 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.5 inches. £575. VIEW FRAMED
31. NASH Paul (1889-1946) A Portfolio of 24 Wood-engravings each printed in an edition of 45 from the original blocks in the V and A by Ian Mortimer for Garton and Cooke in 1985. CLICK HERE TO VIEW
32. LEGROS Alphonse (1837-1911) ‘Victimes d’un combat’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed verso and ‘LAL’. 9.5x8.5 inches. £475.
33. McFADYEN Jock R.A. (b.1950) ‘Trevor’. Etching and aquatint. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 37/50. From the suite ‘Five etchings and five lithographs’, published 1991. 20x16 inches. £450.
34. NIXON John (1755-1818) ‘Ramsgate’. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed. Provenance: French Hospital of La Providence (Rochester). 6.25x8.75 inches. £975.
35. NICHOLSON Kate (b.1929) ‘Eigg Seascape (small)’. oil on canvas. Signed, inscribed and dated 1980 verso of artist’s frame. 10x12 inches. Framed: 19x21 inches. £675.
36. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) ‘February Sunset / Holland Park Road’. Watercolour. Studio Stamp. Inscribed and dated (19)49 verso. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980. 7x8.25 inches. £375
37. PAYNE William (1760-1830) ‘View on the Coast near Mt Edgecumbe’. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Signed and inscribed verso. 5.75x8.25 inches. Framed:13x16 inches. £1750.
38. PIPER John CH (1903-1992) Palazzo Pesaro, Venice. Pencil, pen, ink, watercolour and gouache on two sheets of paper. 1960. Provenance: George Butler, head designer at David Whitehead and Sons for whom Piper produced designs for fabrics throughout the 50s and 60s. Accompanied by a letter to ‘Mr Couttie’ from Piper discussing the possible adaptation of this work for a fabric. See also ‘Palazzo Pesaro’, etching (date?) printed in an edition of 75 for ‘John Piper’s 80th Anniversary Portfolio’ by Kelpra Studio. See also ‘Palazzo Pesaro’, offset lithograph (L.356) Lit: ‘John Piper’, Tate Gallery, 30 Nov - 22 Jan 1984, p.63. pl.145 for a similar example of Palazzo Pesaro. Page of 14x21 laid on backing page of 18x24 inches. £11,500.
39. PETIT Rev. John Louis (1801-1868) ‘Syndenham’: the Crystal Palace under reconstruction, 1852-1854. 9.75x14.5 inches. £675.
40. PLANCKH Viktor (1904-1941) ‘Verkundigung’ (‘Annunciation’). Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1933. Verso: Watercolour of a fisherman on the beach, signed and dated, 1933. 11x13.5 inches. £2250.
41. PRINSEP James (1799-1840) A Church Tower. Watercolour. Signed and indistinctly dated, 181(?7). Provenance: Sotheby’s 18.3.1982, an album of drawings by (mainly) Emily Prinsep, and her brothers. 7.25x5.25 inches. £175.
42. RAPHAEL Sarah (1960-2001)
Sinister Garden. Ink and gouache. Signed. 21x22 inches. Framed: 30.5x30.75 inches. £2500
43. RAVILIOUS Eric (1903-1942) ‘Garden Memories’. Wood engraving. 1936. Printed in 1994 by Previous Parrot Press. Editioned ‘183/200’ and signed ‘AU’ (the artist’s daughter Anne Ullman). 2.75x3.5 inches. £325.
44. RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) ‘Cliffords Inn’ (JR2). Dry-point. 1912. Signed. 14.5x10.5 inches. £375.
45. SCOTT Gordon (1914-2016) South London Suburb. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1935. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 10x14 inches. £225.
46. STIEBEL Victor (1907-1976) ‘Coat in heavy white shantung’. Pencil and watercolour heightened with gouache. Circa 1960. Provenance: Richard Addinsell (1904-1977) Stiebel Presentation folder. 15x12 inches. £225.
47. SPENCER Gilbert R.A. (1892-1979) Meadow flowers. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1931. 18.5x13.75 inches. £1200.
48. RYE E (Mid 19th Century) ‘The Venus de Medici slightly altered / and/ affectionately dedicated to Mr W Horner / A Companion of the Bath’. Pen and ink. Inscribed. Exhibited: Christopher Powney. 8x5 inches. Framed: 14.5x10.5 inches. £475.
49. STRANG William R.A I.S. (1859-1921) Sir Henry Newbolt (1862-1938) (LB.344). Etching. 1898. Signed. 10x7 inches. £775.
50. STRANG William R.A. I.S. (1859-1921) ‘Beyond the Pale’. (W.S. 389). Etching and aquatint. Final state. Printed, inscribed and signed by David Strang (1887-1967) One of 30 illustrations to the Short Stories of Kipling published in 1900. 6.5x7 inches. £225.
51. STRANG William R.A. I.S. (1859-1921) Self portrait of the artist (LB 595, D.S.174). Etching with tone. Signed, dedicated to Sir Arthur Cochrane (1872-1954) Clarenceux King of Arms. 7.75x6 inches. £875.
LIST 505 – PART II
(Will be issued Wednesday 22nd July)
How ‘The List’ Works
Our Lists are usually published on this website on the first Wednesday of every month, introducing 100 works to our large stock of oil paintings, watercolours, drawings and prints.
However we are temporarily publishing our LISTS in TWO HALVES on the first and third Wednesdays of the month.
Usually, those of you who are on the doorstep of the gallery would get first go at the new stock, but given restrictions to travel, we will take telephone orders (020 7637 3981) and emails (firstname.lastname@example.org) in strict order of receipt.
Images: These are intended as an indication of the work – please telephone or email if you have any questions about the photograph’s relationship to the original. We are always happy to send further photos – framed, versos, inscriptions, something to give scale – so please do ask. We reserve pictures for 48 hours while they are being considered.
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