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(Issued Wednesday 2nd September)
1. ANON. Circa 1830. Italian Capriccio. Ink and watercolour. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249. 4.25x3.25 inches. £375.
2. ANON. Circa 1890. Nude with raised arms. Pen and ink on pink paper. Corroded and backed. Formerly attributed to Sir William Blake Richmond R.A.(1842-1921) 7.5x3.5 £95.
3. ANON. Late 19th Century. Study of a Girl in motion. Black and white chalks on grey green paper. 15.5x11.5 inches. £375.
4. BARKER Kit (1916-1988) Composition. Collage and gouache. Signed and dated, 1954. 18.75x14 inches. Framed:28x22 inches. £2250.
5. ANON. Circa 1830. Shipping off shore. Pen and ink. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249. 5.5x12 inches. £375.
6. AUSTEN John (1886-1948) Study for an Art Deco illustration. Pencil. Provenance: One of a Group by Austen with A and H in 1981. 14.5x10 inches. £175.
7. BIRKET FOSTER Myles R.W.S. (1825-1899) Basle from the river. Watercolour. Signed. 4.5x6 inches. Framed: 13.5x15 inches £975.
8. BORGEOIS BORGEX Louis (1873-1959) ‘Lago di Mergotzo’ (sic Mergozzo), West of Lago Maggiore. Pencil and gouache on blue paper. Inscribed. Provenance: By descent from the Artist’s estate, Christies South Kensington, 2015. 9.25x12.25 inches. £375.
9. BRIGHT Henry (1810-1873) ‘Sussex: near Berstead’(sic.Bersted) Pencil with fixative. Signed and inscribed. 9x13 inches. £575.
10. BROWNING Amy Katherine (1881-1978) ‘Forever England, Etaples’. Etaples Military Cemetery is the largest CWGC cemetery in France. Oil on panel. Circa 1918. Signed. Inscribed verso. 10x13.75 inches. £1500.
11. CHELSEA: The Royal Hospital. ‘J. Gordon’. 1808. ‘Court Martial upon General Whitelocke / Chelsea College, Jan.28th 1808’. Ink and watercolour. Indistinctly ?signed verso. The General Court Martial of Whitelocke (1757-1833) who had failed to seize Buenos Aires from the Spanish Empire, surrendered and also lost Montevideo in 1807. He was found guilty of all but one charge and cashiered. 7x10.75 inches. £1250.
12. BROOKE William Henry (1772-1860) Hastings: ‘Mary Ann, Schooner hauled up /under Butler’s Cave’ Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed and dated, 25th October (18)42’. 4.25x7.25 inches. £225.
13. CHURCH Katherine ‘Kitty’. (1910-1999) ‘Bracken’. Etching. Artist’s Proof. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1962. Bracken by moonlight. Etching and aquatint. Artist’s Proof. Each: 3.5x8 inches. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. Framed together for the Artist: 15x13.25 inches. £675.
14. CLARKE HALL Edna (1879-1979) Denis Clarke Hall (1910-2006) and friends out in the boat, Gillan Creek, Cornwall. Blue crayon. Circa 1925. Provenance: Denis Clarke Hall. 8x10 inches. £225.
15. CLOUTING Josephine (b.1879) Art School chiaroscuro study. Charcoal. South Kensington Schools of Design label dated 1896, giving her age as 17. 14.5x10 inches. £ 225.
16. DU MAURIER George (1834-1896) ‘A Happy Thought that never occurred / Mother (in continuation) “And so the wicked Pharaoh ordered that all the Baby-boys should be killed!”. Madeleine “But Mama! Didn’t any of their mothers say they was girls"’. Pen and ink. Signed. Original mount inscribed with caption and ‘Punch’, signed and dated Nov.13t 1875’. 5x5x8.5 inches. £475.
17. DENNING Stephen Poyntz (1795-1864) Curator of Dulwich Picture Gallery 1821-1864 Study of a seated man. Chalk. ?Signed, or inscribed. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249. 10x7 inches. £325.
19. ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S. (1909-1991) Seashore and dinghy. Watercolour. Circa 1950. Provenance: Gwydion Thomas. 5.5x8.75 inches. £275.
20. FRASER Claud Lovat (1890-1921) ‘Ben, The Chaplain’. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated on the original mount ‘ Ben, The Chaplain / for John Drinkwater / in all admiration / from (signature) / (? 9th June) 1917’. Watercolour: 5x5.25 inches. Mount 14x11.5 inches. £675.VIEW INSCRIPTIONS
21. EVANS William, of Eton (1798-1877) Night scene Watercolour and gouache. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249. 3.25x4.75 inches. £475.
22. FRIPP Alfred Downing (1822-1895) ‘Hampstead Road’; the Artist’s Studio. Watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated 1841. 15x10.5 inches. £1350.
23. GOOD Thomas Sword (1789-1872) Sunset. Watercolour. Signed or inscribed verso. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249. 3.25x4.5 inches. £375.
24. GOOD Thomas Sword (1789-1872) ‘Study for Smuggler’. Pencil, ink and gouache on blue paper. Signed and inscribed. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249. 5.5x4.25 inches. £400.
These are the only large examples of the much smaller Pandemic Pansies that Jess Shepherd has been painting for the Covid 19 Artist Support Pledge (click here for more information). She intends to make 195 of the small ones – one for every country in the world…
These are sold framed – as opposite – and can be delivered mainland UK for £100.
25. SHEPHERD Jess Pandemic Pansy 1. Watercolour. 100x100 cm. £2500 (£6750 the Group of 3)
26. SHEPHERD Jess Pandemic Pansy 2. Watercolour. 100 x100 cm. £2500 (£6750 the Group of 3)
27. SHEPHERD Jess Pandemic Pansy 3. Watercolour. 100x100 cm. £2500 (£6750 the Group of 3)
28. HATCH Ethel (1869-1975) A street market, Italy. Watercolour. Circa 1920. Provenance: Estate of Ethel Hatch to A and H in 1994. 7.5x11.25 inches. £275.
29. GRANT James Arden (1887-1973) Life Study. Charcoal on tracing paper. Provenance: Ian Grant, the artist’s son. 30x12 inches. £375.
30. HAYTER Charles (1761-1835) Profile of a Dandy. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1803. Oval 4x3.25 inches. Framed in ?original verre eglomise mount and distressed gilt frame: 9x8 inches. £975.VIEW FRAMED
31. KITSON Robert Hawthorn (1873-1947) The Hassan Tower, Rabat. Morroco Ink and watercolour. Circa 1910. 20x15 inches. £1100.
32. HOOKHAM John (fl.1923-1938) ‘Biggin Abbey Farm’, Fen Ditton. Wood engraving. Inscribed and signed. Dedicated as a Christmas Card. 4x6 inches. £125.
33. HEPWORTH Dorothy (1898-1978) Village woman, Cookham. Pencil. Circa 1930. Provenance: Hepworth/Preece Studio Sale, Christies SK, 2.4.1984. 18.5x12.5 inches. £275.
34. INDIA (subject) Circa 1860. ‘Chamba’, Himachal Pradesh. Watercolour. Inscribed verso and attributed to ‘Richard Burney’. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249. 3.75x4.75 inches. £275.
35. JOHN Gwen (1876-1939) ‘Votre Eveque / Mgr Gibier/ Juillet 29 (19)29’, Meudon. Pen, brush and ink on tan paper. Inscribed by another hand on the attached, original backing. Provenance: Vera Oumancoff, and by descent to 2017. The artist based the image on a photograph of Monseigneur Charles Gibier, Bishop of Versailles from 1907-1931. 5.25x8.25 inches. Framed: 12.5x15 inches. £1750.
36. LACOSTE Pierre-Eugene (1818-1908) ‘Affaires etranger’. Ink and watercolour. Probably for Lacoste's print Series La vie de Paris en 1848. Signed and inscribed. 8.75x12.75 inches. £650.Click here for more drawings from this Series
37. LAVRIN Nora Fry (1897-1985) ‘Kamnik in Sovenia’. Drypoint. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1928. 8x8.75 inches. £375.
38. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) Roofs and trees. Wood engraving. Circa 1935. Proof outside the edition of 30. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980 10x8 inches. £225.
39. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) The Farm, possibly on Sark. Wood engraving. Circa 1935. Proof outside the edition of 30. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980 6.75x9.5 inches. £225.
40. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) Narrow bridge, possibly Sark. Wood Engraving. Circa 1935. Proof outside the edition of 50. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980 7.5x4.5 inches. £175.
41. McFADYEN Jock R.A. (b.1950) ‘Spigot’. Lithograph. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 37/50. From the suite ‘Five etchings and five lithographs’, published 1991. 20.5x17 inches. £280.
42. MUNN Paul Sandby (1773-1845) A fisherman’s house. Brush and sepia washes. Pen and ink. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249 9x6.5 inches. £225.
43. NEHER Caspar (1897-1962) ‘Macbeth’ (The Met 1954-55) Act I Finale. Pen, ink watercolour and gouache. Inscribed ‘Macbeth / Epitaph / Finale / 1 Akt’. Signed with initials and dated, 1955. Provenance: Ernest Frank (baritone) 27x39.5cms. Support sheet: 32.5x49.5cms. £400.
44. STANFIELD Clarkson R.A. (1793-1867) Portrait of a man smoking a chibouk. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1830. Signed. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249. We are grateful to Pieter van der Merwve for confirming the Hand. 9x7.75 inches. £575.
46. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Bond Street and Stafford Street’. Etching. Circa 1929. Printed from the original plate by the Artichoke Press for Abbott and Holder. Edition of 25. 10.5x12.5 inches. £95.
47. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘The Preservation of St Pauls’. Etching. Printed from the original plate by the Artichoke Press for Abbott and Holder. 13.25x10.75 inches. £175.
48. STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Oxford Street. Etching. 1923. Printed from the original plate by the Artichoke Press for Abbott and Holder. 9.25x11.75 inches. £95.
49. SUTTON Philip R.A. (b.1928) ‘Looking forward to seeing you on Friday’. Ink and crayon on a postcard sent to Craigie Aitchison. Circa 1960. Signed and inscribed verso. 3.5x5.5 inches. £225.
50. STIEBEL Victor (1907-1976) ‘White chiffon (printed with long stemmed roses) day dress’. Pencil, watercolour and gouache with accompanying fabric sample in a Victor Stiebel Presentation folder. Circa 1960. Provenance: Richard Addinsell (1904-1977) 12x10 inches. £375.
51. SWITZERLAND (subject) Circa 1780. ‘Mer de Glace’, Switzerland. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed on verso, and ‘Ex.Davis Collection’. Provenance: The Newall Collection, Christies, 13, 14 December 1979, Album, lot 249 as by Samuel Hieronymous Grimm 5x6.5 inches. Washline backing: 8.5x10 inches. £875.VIEW INSCRIPTIONS
52. WATERFORD Louisa Marchioness of (1818-1891) A river in spate. Watercolour with scratching out. Exhibited: David Ker Fine Art. 6.5x4.5 inches. £475.
53. TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson, with the ?artist’s wife. Pen and ink. Dedicated to ‘My very dear Rachel and Michael / London May 1942’ and signed. Inscribed ‘Mr Redgrave / St James Theatre / SW1’ verso. 12.5x15 inches. £975.
54. WRAGG Arthur (1903-1976) ‘Eye-witnessed History’: dust jacket design. Pencil, ink, crayon and gouache. Inscribed, and ‘Compiled and with a foreword by Heinz Heinz Propper’. 9.25x6.25 inches. £475.
GWEN RAVERAT (1885-1957) Wood-engravings 1909-1920 from the Collection of the Artist’s Family (CLICK HERE TO VIEW)
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