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KADAR Bela (1877-1955) ‘Dream City’. Gouache. Signed. Exhibited: Mercury Gallery, 1975. Ex. Collection: Samuel Montague Ltd. 6.5 x 9.25 inches. Framed: 15x17.75 inches.
KALDOR Andras (b.1938) ‘The Doge’s Palace and Giant’s Stairway’, Venice. Penci and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1991. 22x16 inches.
KAPP Edmond Xavier (1890-1978) ‘Still-life with bottles’. Pastel. Signed and dated, 1958. 21.5x17 inches. Framed: 28.5x22.5 inches.
KASMIN Aaron (b.1963) ‘Leaving’. Oil on board. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1992 verso. 18x18 inches.
KASTELSTATT Francois Comte de (1753-1841)
Watercolour and gouache. Inscribed and dated ‘(Indistinct) von Franz Georg von Kastelstatt 1820’. Ex. Collection: 2nd Lord Fairhaven.
KATONA T (mid-20th century) ‘Stravinsky’. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘Paris ‘57’ on the original backing. Ex. Collection: Christopher Hogwood C.B.E. (1941-2014). 7.5x5.75 inches.
KAY Pamela R.W.S. N.E.A.C. (b.1939)
‘Narcissus, Hellebore and Soleil d’Or’.
Watercolour and gouache. Signed.
19.25x13.5 inches. Framed: 28.25x21.25 inches.
KAY Pamela R.W.S. N.E.A.C. (b.1939)
‘My Garden: forget-me-nots in a glass’.
Watercolour and gouache tailpiece study for ‘My Garden’. Signed.
6x5.5 inches. Framed: 14.5x12.25 inches.
KAY Pamela R.W.S. N.E.A.C. (b.1939)
‘Mr French’s Pinks’.
12.75x10 inches. Framed: 20.5x17.75 inches.
KAYE Mary (Exh: 1931-1938) A farmyard. Pencil Signed and dated, August 1933. Provenance: Sir John Stirling Maxwell of Pollock (1866-1956) 8.5x13.5 inches.
KEARNEY William Henry V.P.N.W.S. (1800-1858) The Lady of the Lake (Walter Scott, 1810, Canto 3, Verse VIII); Roderick Dhu and the hermit set alight the fiery cross and summon the clan to war against James V and the Lowlanders. Watercolour. Exhibited: New Society of Painters in Watercolour 1833. Original artist’s label verso - click here. Further label verso inscribed: ‘ … Purchased at Christie Manson & Wood / March 30th 1839’ (click here). 17x23.5 inches. Original frame (click here): 24.75x31.25 inches.
KEATE George F.R.S. F.S.A. (1729-1797) (Circle of) Gloucestershire: ‘Cowley Woods, Mount Ararat, Downlands Hill Etc’. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed. 8x11 inches.
KEELEY John (1849-1930) ‘Among the Coal Pits, Staffordshire’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed on the artist’s label. 9.5x9 inches.
KEITH Elisabeth (1887-1956) ‘Street Scene, Soochow’. Wood cut printed in colours. Signed and inscribed. 14.75x9.75 inches.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘Korean Scholar’. Wood-cut printed in colours. Signed. 15.5x10 inches.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘St Isabella Tower, Manila’. Wood cut printed in colours. 1924. Signed. 16x11 inches.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956)
‘The Poet, Soochow’ (Suzhou)
Woodcut printed in colours. Signed and editioned 15/50.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) Court Musicians, Korea. Etching, printed in colour. Signed and editioned 16/50. 10.5x15.75 inches.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘Old Chinese House, Malaya’. Woodcut printed in colours. Signed, and inscribed. 15x10 inches.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘Night scene, Malaya’. Wood cut printed in colours. Signed and inscribed. 15x9.75 inches.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956)
‘Pewter Shop, Soochow’. Woodcut printed in colours. Signed and inscribed. 15x10 inches.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘Country Wedding Feast, Korea’. Wood cut printed in colours. Signed. Inscribed by the artist ‘Blocks destroyed in the Great Earthquake Tokyo, Sept.1st 1923’. 9.25x14.25 inches.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘Spring in Soochow’ Woodcut printed in colours. Signed and inscribed. 11x15.75 inches.
KELLY Richard Barrett Talbot (1896-1971) ‘The Barlby Horse’, Lincolnshire. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Inscribed on original backing 11x15 inches.
KELLY Sir Gerald P.R.A. (1879-1972) King George VI. Study for the Royal Academy portrait and painted between 1958-1966. Oil on card. Inscribed verso ‘S.O. xiv / Begun June 23rd, 25th, 29th'.
KELLY Felix (1914-1994) ‘Maida Vale’. Oil on gesso’d board. Circa 1945.
KELLY Felix (1914-1994) ‘Twilight Stories/Rhoda Broughton’. Ink and watercolour. Signed. 1947. Used as dust jacket for the Home & Van Thal ed., 1947. 12x8. Framed: 18.5x14.75.
KELLY Sir Gerald P.R.A. (1879-1972) Study of a Spanish dancer. Black chalk. Prov: Sketchbook from Kelly Studio Sale, Christies, 1980. 5.5x4.25 inches.
KELLY Sir Gerald P.R.A. (1879-1972) ‘The Kutho - dawn. At the Festival: Sunrise’. Mandalay, Myanmar (Burma). Oil on card. Inscribed and dated, 1909, by the artist verso. Exh: No.13, ‘Sir Gerald Kelly: Burmese Paintings’, Art Exhibitions Bureau travelling exhibition 1958-1961. 6x7 inches. Framed: 10.75x11.75 inches.
KELLY Sir Gerald P.R.A. (1892-1972) Street Scene, Cairo. Oil on panel. Exhibited: Fine Art Society (No.8435) March 1979.
KELLY Sir Gerald P.R.A. (1892-1972) ‘Chareh al Mahassine, Cairo’. Oil on panel. Signed and inscribed verso. Exhibited: Fine Art Society (No.8433) March 1979. 5.5x6.25 inches.
KELLY Sir Gerald P.R.A. (1879-1972) Portofino across the Gulf of Tigullio. 1 of a series painted in the early 1930s. Oil/ canvas board. Prov: Sotheby's York Minster Sale, 1968.
KELLY Samuel Edward (1862-1935) Devon. Babbacombe Bay. Watercolour. Signed. 10x14.5 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.5 inches.
KEMENY Kalman (1896-1994) Hand to hand fighting on the Austro-Hungarian Front. Charcoal. Circa 1915. Studio stamp verso. Kemeny was the youngest official WWI artist. 11x16 inches. Framed: 20x24 inches.
KEMP Jeka (1876-1967) ‘Les Thonnieres’: the Concarneau tuna fleet. Watercolour. Signed. c.1905. Exhibited: Belgrave Gallery. 25x25. Framed: 30.5x31.
KENNEDY Richard (1910-1989) 'Portrait of Virginia Woolf'. Lithograph with watercolour washes. Signed and editioned 6/100. Published by the Whittington Press 16.5x11.75 inches.
KENNEDY William Denholm (1813-1865) (Attributed to) A water nymph. Oil on panel. 15x19.5 (arched).
KENNINGTON Eric R.A. (1888-1960) ‘An East Prussian Prisoner’. Blue map chalk. Signed and inscribed by the artist. Drawn in Northern France Aug/Sep 1917. Inscribed by the Official Censor, Major Lee. 31x20cms. Framed: 52x40.5cms.
KENSINGTON C. (Active 1884-1929)
‘Lioness of Littlehampton’ in the China Sea.
Oil on canvas.
Inscribed on a paper backing: ‘Mine own will I bring again, from the Deep / of the Sea’ / The barque ‘Lioness of Littlehampton’, Sussex / Owned by the Messrs G and J Robinson / Built by Messrs. J & H.B. Harvey, Littlehampton / 512 tons. Reg. / Lying at Port Louis, Mauritius – 1892 / Vessel lost foremast & rudder in cyclone / on passage to Bombay from Mauritius / Jan. 21st 1893 – The Captain being lost overboard. Vessel got back to Port Louis & was eventually sold to Adelaide, S. Australia / & was trading between Australia & Port Louis / for years afterwards ( also Singapore etc) ‘. Accompanied by an (un-investigated) wooden ships box of documents relating to the Robinson family. 8.25x12 inches. Framed: 10.5x14.25 inches.
KENT Florence (Florence Goldman. Florence Kent Hunter) (U.S.A. 1917-1989) ‘Two Turtles’. Silkscreen. Circa 1950. Signed and inscribed. 9.75x13.25 inches.
KENWORTHY David (Lord Stabogli 1914-2010) ‘Arthur Street, Chelsea’ (Dovehouse Street since 1939). Oil on panel. Circa 1935. New English Art Club label verso. 11x9 inches.
KENWORTHY-BROWN Faith (b.1882) ‘The Last Chapter’. Oil on panel. Circa 1910. Exhibited: ‘Artists of Chelsea’ 15x11 inches. Framed: 20x15 inches.
KERR Nora (fl.1940s)
Impressions of Ranchi, India
Gouache on linen. Circa 1945. Signed.
12.25x16.25 inches. Framed: 21.25x25 inches.
KERR-LAWSON James (1862-1939) Liguria: olive trees above the sea. Oil on paper. Signed. Circa 1920. 9x13.5 inches.
KASSELSTATT Francois, Comte de (1753-1841)
Watercolour and gouache. Inscribed on the original mount ‘Dessine par Francois, Comte de Kesselstat, 1811’. Ex. Collection: 2nd Lord Fairhaven
KEYS John (1798-1825) A Shrub Rose. Watercolour on paper watermarked 1818. Lit: ‘Derby Porcelain’, John Twitchett, 1980. Provenance: ‘Keys Drawing Book’; an album of botanical watercolours painted by this Derby porcelain painter and drawing master, from the collection of John Joseph Briggs. Sothebys, 1980, to Abbott and Holder. Abbott and Holder: Exhibition of botanical watercolours by ‘John Keys, Derby Porcelain Painter’, June 1982. 9.75x9.25 inches.
‘KFUFUL’ (Spanish?) Circa 1870.
A courtesan and her man servant, possibly Barcelona
Pencil and watercolour.
8x11 inches. Framed: 16x18.5 inches.
KHILL Marcel (1912-1940) (Mustafa Marcel Belkacem) ‘Jean Cocteau’. Pen and ink. 9x7 inches. 1938. Inscribed by Cocteau on verso of frame: ‘Ce dessin de moi a ete / fait par Marcel Kill (sic) / a Montargis pendant / que j’ecrivais / Les Parents Terribles’. Khill became Cocteau’s secretary in 1932.
KIDNER Michael R.A. (1917-2009) ‘Circle after Image’. Oil on paper. 1959 10x13 inches. Framed: 24x29 inches.
KIPS Alexander (1858-1910) The via Appia running across the Roman Campagna. Oil on panel. Signed, inscribed and dated 1894 verso. Exhibited: Maas Gallery 7.5x12.75 inches. Framed: 10x15.25 inches.
KIRKPATRICK Ethel C.W.S. (1869-1966) The River Thames. Wood cut printed in colours. 1911. Pencil signed. 8x14 inches.
KIRKPATRICK Ethel (1869-1967) ‘Brixham Trawlers’ Woodcut printed in colours. Circa 1920. Signed. 8.5x13.75 inches.
KIRLEW Doris (1908- )
‘King’s College, Cambridge’.
Ink and watercolour. Exhibited: Sally Hunter Fine Art, August 1990.
15x21.25 inches. Framed: 24.5x32 inches.
KITAJ Ron (1932-2007)
‘His every poor, defeated,loser’s, hopeless move, buried (Ed Dorn)’
Screenprint. 1966. Signed and editioned, 59/70. One of 15 screenprints comprising ‘Mahler Becomes Politics, Beisbol’.
30x19.75 inches. Framed: 38.25x27.5 inches.
KITSON Linda (b.1945) ‘Windsor’. Pastels. Signed and inscribed. 15x20 inches.
KLARWEIN Mati (1932-2002) Still-life: Mullet and Cloth. Tempera on card. Signed and dated, 1958. 8x15 inches.
KLINGHOFFER Clara N.E..C. (1900-1970) Mother and Child. Red chalk study for her UNICEF poster. 21x17 inches.
KLINGHOFFER Clara (1900-1970) The Violinist. Oil on canvas. Circa 1920. Prov: Artist’s Estate to the previous owner. 36x28 inches.
KNIGHT John Baverstock (1785-1859) Recto: Ancient Gateway, probably Dorset. Verso: Castle above the sea. Watercolour. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 5.5x10 inches. Framed: 12x15.75 inches.
KNIGHT John Baverstock (1785-1859) ‘Hawarden Castle’. Blue and grey watercolour. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 4.74x7.25 inches. Framed: 10.75x13.25 inches.
KNIGHT Charles V.P.R.W.S. (1901-1990) ‘Sunshine and Showers over Loch Awe’. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: R.W.S. ‘Charles Knight’, Towner Art Gallery. Chris Beetles Gallery. 10x14.75 inches. Framed: 20.25x25.5 inches.
KNIGHT Dame Laura R.A. R.W.S. (1877-1970) Clowns and Trapeze. Pen and ink collage on reverse of Garrick Club Menu (hand written) for lunch for the playwrite John Drinkwater, 17th January 1933. Dedicated to Penelope Ann Drinkwater and signed by the artist. Provenance: Penelope Ann Drinkwater Self (1929-2005) and by descent. 10x4 irregular.
KNIGHT Ellis Cordelia (1757-1837) ‘Rupe Tarpe’: the Tarpeian Rock, Rome. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed verso in ?the artist’s hand. Prov: John Abbott. Knight lived in Italy between 1776-1786, 1789-1798 and again in later life after 1821. 13x9.5 inches. Framed: 21.5x17.75 inches.VIEW FRAMED
KNIGHT Charles R.W.S. R.O.I. (1901-1990) ‘Stone wall’. Pencil, watercolour and pastel. Exh: Landscapes by Charles Knight, Chris Beetles Gallery, June 1997, No.158. 10x15. Framed: 18x22.
KNIGHT Charles R.W.S. (1901-1990) France. ‘Farm buildings at Montoire’. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: Royal Watercolour Society. 13.5x13.75 inches. Framed: 23.5x21.5 inches.
KNIGHT Charles V.P.R.W.S. R.O.I. (1901-1990) Dorset. ‘Chapman’s Pool’, Isle of Purbeck. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Exh: Royal Watercolour Society (label but no date). Original artist’s label. 14x20.4 inches.
KNIGHT Dame Laura R.A. R.W.S. (1877-1970) Head of a clown. Charcoal. Later signed, and dated 1930 and inscribed ‘George Foottit / 9 Impasse Verdiere, Rouen’. George Foottit in fact died in 1921 and it is possible the artist has confused the subject and/or the date. Knight signed and inscribed many drawings in old age. 14x9.75 inches. Framed: 22x17.75 inches.
KNIGHT Dame Laura R.A. R.W.S. (1877-1970) CLICK HERE
KNIGHTS Winifred (1899-1947) Head of a Man. Pencil. 10.25x8.5 inches.
KNOX George James (1810-1897) ‘Old buildings, Abbeville. Watercolour and gouache. Inscribed verso. 6.25x4.75 inches. Framed: 13x11 inches.
KOEKKOEK Marinus Adrianus (1807-1868) A labourer. Pencil. Signed. 8x5.5 inches.
KOLLWITZ Kathe (1967-1945) ‘Conspiracy’; The Weaver’s Revolt. Etching. 1895. Printed by O. Felsing and published by Emil Richter, Dresden, in 1921. 11.5x7 inches.
KOLLWITZ Kathe (1867-1945) ‘Riot’ (K.33. Kn.37 v.c.). Etching. From the folder Acht Originalradierungen printed and published by A. Von Der Becke & Son, 1950. Blindstamp. 9x11 inches.
KOLLWITZ Kathe (1867-1945) ‘Woman with folded hands’ (Kn.43.viia). Etching. 1921. From the folder ‘Acht Originalradierungen’ printed and published by A.Von Der Becke & Son, 1950. Blindstamp. 11x8.5 inches.
KOLLWITZ Kathe (1867-1945) ‘Uprising’ (K.44. Kn.46. ix.a). Etching. 1899. From the folder Acht Originalradierungen printed and published by A. Von Der Becke & Son, 1950. Blindstamp. 11x12 inches.
KOLLWITZ Kathe (1867-1945) ‘Woman with bowed head’ (Kn.94.via) Etching. From the folder ‘Acht Originalradierungen’ printed and published by A.Von Der Becke & Son, 1950. Blindstamp. 14x12 inches.
KOLLWITZ Kathe (1867-1945) ‘Whetting the scythe’ (Kn.88.xiiii.B.) Etching. 1911. From the folder ‘Acht originalradierungen’ printed and published by A. Von Der Becke & Son, 1950. Blindstamp. 11x11 inches.
KOLLWITZ Kathe (1867-1945) ‘Mourning Man’ (K.137. Kn.145.BIS). Etching. From the folder Acht Originalradierungen printed and published by A. Von Der Becke & Son, 1950. Blindstamp. 10.5x6 inches.
KONI Nicolaus (Hungarian-American) (1911-2000) Head of a woman, thought to be a Mrs Bonham Carter. Bronze. Signed and dated, 1939. Koni moved from Austria to London in 1938 and to USA in 1941. 15 inches high. Slate base 2 ins high.
KOSSUTH Joseph (b.1945) Untitled. Screenprint. Signed and editioned ‘34/100’. Printed by Gresham Studio Ltd, 1997. From the Freud Museum’s 10th Anniversary Portfolio, published 1997. 16x24.5 inches.
KRAJEWSKA Helena (Polish. 1910-1998) ‘The Train’. Watercolour. Signed and dated 1946 verso.
KRAMER Jacob (1892-1962) Prints and Drawings. CLICK HERE
KRAMER Jacob (1892-1962)
Three women. Charcoal, pastels and ink. Signed and dated, 1921. 16.5x9 inches.
KRUT Ansel (b.1959) ‘Girl and Puppet’. Oil on panel. 1988. Exhibited: Fischer Fine Art. 14x11.25 inches. Framed: 19.5x16.5 inches.
KRUTSCHKOFF Dimitri (fl.1920s) Rome. ‘Tivoli, terrazza dalla Villa D’Este’. Charcoal. 1928. Inscribed by the artist. Ex. Coll: Pearl Binder (Lady Selwyn-Jones) 19x14.5 inches.
KUSEL Ernst (1873-1942) ‘Kids’ . Etching. Signed. 7x7 inches.