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(Issued Wednesday 5th August)
1. ANON. Circa 1820. The School Room. Black and white chalk on tan paper. 6.5x8.5 inches. £225.
2. ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979)
'Shelter Scene'; the Tilbury Shelter, Stepney.
Lithograph. 1941. Printed by the Baynard Press. Publ. The National Gallery.
655x985mm. Mounted: £300. Framed: £400
3. ANON. ‘A.B’. Circa 1880. Study of a Fallen Woman. Pen and ink. Signed. 4.25x4 inches. £125.
4. ARMOUR George Denholm (1864-1949) ‘New Sportsman: “Wot d’ye mean always shoutin’ ’cheaper’? Cheaper than what? There’s nothing cheap here…”. Pen and ink for ‘Punch’, 16th August, 1922. 7.5x11.25 inches. £225.
5. BORGEOIS BORGEX Louis (1873-1959) Farm buildings, Northern France. Pen, ink, chalks and gouache on grey paper. Indistinctly inscribed and dated (18)95. Provenance: By descent from the Artist’s estate, Christies South Kensington, 2015. 12.75x9.75 inches. £375.
6. BECKER Ferdinand (fl.1793-1825) ‘From Frocester Hill’, Gloucestershire. Pencil, brush and grey washes on blue grey paper. Inscribed and dated 1808 on the backing paper. 9x11.5 inches. £225.
7. BRANGWYN Sir Frank R.A. R.E. (1867-1956) The Salute from the Giudecca (WG 108). Etching. 1915. Signed. 10.75x14.25 inches. £450.
8. CHAPMAN George (1908-1993) Corner Shop, the Rhondda. Charcoal study for a painting. Inscribed by the artist ‘orange brick white cement green grey damp marks’. 15x16 inches. £675.
9. BRIGHT Henry (1810-1873) ‘Sussex: Old Barn at Berstead’ (sic.Bersted). Pencil and fixative. Signed and inscribed. 9x13.5 inches. £575.
10. CHURCH Katherine ‘Kitty’ (1910-1999) ‘The Lake, Critchel’, Dorset. Etching and aquatint. Inscribed ‘Artist’s proof’ by the artist. Inscribed and dated, 1962, verso of frame. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 5.5x7.5 inches. Framed for the Artist: 12.25x14.25 inches. £475.
11. COVENTRY (Subject) ‘St Michael’s in Coventry’. Ink, watercolour and gouache on paper stretched on canvas. Circa 1850. Inscribed on the spandrel. Stretcher: 24x18.5 inches. Framed: 28x22 inches. £575.
12. CRAMPTON Ronald (1905-1985) Mid-winter landscape, West Norfolk. Ink and watercolour. Provenance: Ronald Crampton Estate Sale, Bonhams East Anglia, 17.6.2000. Stamped ‘Ronald Crampton Estate’ verso. 13.75x20 inches. £225.
13. CROTCH Dr William (1775-1847) Path between Woodperry and Beckley, Oxfordshire. Pencil, watercolour and ink. Signed, dated Sept 24th 1802 and inscribed ‘No.14 of ye 8th (?) Woodperry del… Beckley’. 10.75x17.5 inches. Framed: 20.5x27 inches. £975.
14. DULAC Edmund (1882-1953) 'Our Musical Hope': Sir Thomas Beecham (1879-1961) conducting at the Queen's Hall. Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1915. Inscribed on the original backing. Exhibited: International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, Spring Exhibition, 1915, as ‘Notre Espoire Musicale’.13.5x11 inches. Framed: 20x16 inches. £5250.
15. ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S. (1909-1991) ‘Kew Green’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Dated ‘1934’ verso. Provenance: Gwydion Thomas. 8.75x11 inches. £475.
16. FLANDERS Dennis (1915-1994) ‘Worcester’. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, April 16th 1939’. 9.75x14 inches. £125.
17. 'G. LAFIN.' A Zouave. Chalks. Signed and dated, 1915. 10.75x7.75 inches. Framed: 12.5x9.5 inches. £550.
18. FLANDERS Dennis (1915-1994) ‘House in New Street, Plymouth’. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1939. 9.75x13.75 inches. £125.
19. GOFF Frederick (1855-1931) ‘London Bridge’. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1900. Signed. 4x5.5 inches. Framed: 13.5x14.5 inches. £1300.
20. HUGO Jean (1894-1984) ‘Deux femmes sur le Causse’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Inscribed and dated, 1979, on backing. 2.75x3.25 inches. £875.
21. GREEN Donald (fl.1950-1965) ‘Image of My Father’. Gouache dust jacket design (used) for the novel by Ray Coryton Hutchinson. Published 1961. 8x11.75 inches. £225.
22. GRISET Ernest (1844-1907) The clay pipe. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. Circa 1870. Signed. 23x18 inches. £1100
23. HIROSHIGE Utagawa (1797-1858) ‘Yajiro mistakes Kitahachi for a Fox and beats him on the Nawate Road near Akasaka’. Woodcut printed in colours. No.37 from the series ’Picture of the Famous Places on the Fifty-three Stations (Vertical Tokaido) 1855. Possibly from the 1891 Memorial edition. 13.5x9.75 inches. £500.
24. HAYMAN Patrick (1915-1988) ‘Don Quixote’. Mixed media. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1968 on verso of frame. 13x10.25 inches. Framed: 17x14 inches. £1600.
25. HUTTON Dorothy (1889-1984) ‘Celine Forestier’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, September 1954. 10.5x10 inches. £225
26. ANON. Indian hand. Circa 1900. A Hunt. Gouache on paper. Oval 12x8 inches. £225.
28. LAPORTE John (1761-1839) Capriccio: Italianate landscape. Gouache. Signed and indistinctly date 183(9?). 10.5x15 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.5 inches £575.
29. LACOSTE Pierre-Eugene (1818-1908) ‘Depart les Girondins pour la province’. Ink and watercolour. 1848. Signed and inscribed. 8.75x12.75 inches. £750.
30. LEIGHTON Clare (1898-1989) ‘Evening at Cavtat’, Croatia (MH.40). Wood engraving. 1927. Signed, inscribed and editioned ‘2/60’. 7.75x12 inches. £875.
31. LEWIS John (1912-1996) At a Bar. Wood engraving. Signed and dated, 1934. 3.75x2.75 inches. £875.
32. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) ‘Dieppe’; the Front from the Castle. Watercolour, Circa 1935. Studio Stamp. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980. 12x18.75 inches. £475.
33. MALET Guy Seymour Warre (1900-1973) ‘Dieppe, Boulevard de Verdun’. Watercolour. Circa 1935. Inscribed. Studio Stamp. Provenance: Malet Studio Sale, Christies, c.1980. 19x12 inches. £475.
34. MAY Phil (1864-1903) Street Meeting. Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1893. 8.5x5.75 inches. £375.
35. McFADYEN Jock R.A. (b.1950) ‘ECR’. Lithograph. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 37/50. From the suite ‘Five etchings and five lithographs’, published 1991. 25x17.25 inches. £280.
36. MULREADY William R.A. (1786-1863)
Head of a Young Man.
Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1833. Exh: Maas Gallery.
8.5x7 inches. Framed: 14.25x12.5 inches.
£2000Click here to view large framed photo.
37. NORTON Frank (1916-1983) RAN Official War Artist.
‘Fitting Out H.M.A.S. Yarra at Sydney’.
Pencil and gouache on grey paper. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1935.
‘Yarra’ was a Grimsby Class Sloop, one of four laid down at Cockatoo Island Dockyard, Sydney, Australia in 1934 and launched in 1935. She was sunk by the Japanese in March 1942.
38. PETIT Rev John Louis (1801-1868) Gloucestershire: St Leonard’s Church, Stowell. Watercolour. Circa 1850. 10x13.25 inches. £375.
39. PITCHFORTH Roland Vivian R.A. (1895-1982) Sunset over an estuary. Watercolour. Signed. Provenance: Christies SK, 31.10.96: Pitchforths from the Collection of the Royal Academy. 9x11.75 inches. £225.
40. SHEPHARD Rupert (1909-1992) ‘Putney Reach’. Linocut printed in colours. Signed and editioned 22/60 of the Set ‘London – The Passing Scene’, Patrick Seale Prints, 1975. 9.75x11 inches. £375.
41. SMITH John 'Warwick' SMITH (1749-1831) 'Port at Terracina'. Watercolour. c.1795. The original wash-line mount inscribed verso. 177x252mms. £4750.
Wash-line mount verso
For further views of Terracina by Smith see his Select Views in Italy, 1792-96, pl.45, and watercolours in the V&A (Ex. Coll: Sir John Trevelyan) and The Morgan Library
42. ROWLANDSON Thomas (1757-1827) ‘Count Ugolino and his Children in the Dungeon’. Ink and watercolour version of Sir Joshua Reynolds’ ‘Count Ugolino and his Children in the Dungeon’ Exh: R.A. 1773, National Trust Collection at Knole. ‘Signed’. 11x14.75 inches. £5750.
43. SUDDABY Rowland (1912-1972) A Suffolk pond. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Circa 1950. Signed. 9.5x12 inches. £675.
44. STRANG William R.A. I.S. (1859-1921) ‘The Burial of Adam’. Pencil, with some watercolour, study for an (unexecuted) painting in his ‘Adam and Eve’ Series (1898-1901) commissioned by Laurence Hodson for Compton Hall, Wolverhampton. Provenance: Laurence Hodson, and by descent. 10x14.75 inches. £1250.
45. SUTTON Philip R.A. (b.1928) ‘Landscape (Hedge & Tree)’. Pencil and watercolour on a postcard sent to Craigie Aitchison. Circa 1960.Signed and inscribed verso. 3.5x5.5 inches. £275.
46. SWANWICK Betty R.A. R.W.S. (1915-1989) ‘Cats and Swan dancing by the Sea’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed by the artist. Circa 1955. 13x11 inches. £775.
47. THORNTON Valerie (1931-1991) ‘Suffolk Barns’. Etching and aquatint. ‘Publisher’s Proof’. Signed and inscribed. 13.5x18.5 inches. £225.
48. SOLOMON Simeon (1840-1905)
Pencil on card. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1886.
We are grateful to Dr Colin Cruise for confirming this work.
49. WOOD Christopher (1901-1930)
Seated Dancer, Paris.
Pencil. Circa 1926. Provenance: Redfern Gallery.
23x18 inches. Framed: 25x20 inches.
£3750. Framed Photo
50. WARLOW Herbert Gordon R.E. R.B.A. (1885-1942) Beauvais Cathedral. Etching. Signed and editioned, 4/50. 11.5x6.5 inches. £475.
51. YHAP Laetitia (b.1941) Rainbow. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1966. 23x14.5 inches. £375.
STEPHEN TOMLIN (1901-1937)
Bronze Head of Duncan Grant (1885-1978)
Following our recent sale of Stephen Tomlin’s 1924 bronze head of Duncan Grant – the only one known to be in private hands – to the Charleston Trust, we have commissioned an edition of 15 bronzes, cast from the original by Bronze Age London.
Stephen Tomlin (1901-1937)
Duncan Grant (1885-1975)
Bronze. Edition of 15. Cast in 2020 by Bronze Age London for Abbott and Holder JV. Stamped ‘AHJV’ (Abbott and Holder JV), editioned ‘1/15’, foundry stamped and hallmarked using the DACS Bronzechain hallmarking scheme. 14.5 x 9 x11.5 inches. £7200 (£6000 +VAT) 15% of each sale – £900 – will be donated to the Charleston Trust
Cast from the original bronze of 1924, recently sold by Abbott and Holder Ltd to the Charleston Trust.
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LIST 506 – AUGUST 2020
(Will be issued on Wednesday 19th August)
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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 (email@example.com) in strict order of receipt.
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