POCOCK Nicholas (1740-1821) ‘The High Tor from the Hagwood / Matlock June 6th 1794’. Pencil and grey wash. Possibly signed. Inscribed and dated verso. 6x11.5 inches. £225.CLICK HERE to view vero.
HAYTER Sir Charles (1792-1871) Self-portrait, after the painting commissioned for the Duke of Bedford. Etching. Inscribed in the plate ‘C. Hayter Se Ipsum Pinxit/ 1822, et Aqua Forte fecit 1824 / Woburn Abbey’. Used for the frontispiece to a set of 12 Hayter prints published in 1833. 5.25x4.75 inches. £475.
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
HAYMAN Peter (b.1930) Original watercolour and gouache illustrations to The Complete Guide to the Birdlife of Great Britain and Europe Text by Rob Hume and illustrations by Peter Hayman. Published: Mitchell Beazley, 2001. CLICK HERE
LUNDGREN Egron (1815-1875) ‘At the Opera’. Pencil and watercolour heightened with white. Circa 1853. Although Lundgren moved to London in 1853 this may be the Stockholm Opera House. Exhibited Maas Gallery 6.75x10 inches shaped. Framed: 13x15.25 inches. £425.VIEW FRAMED
KING Captain J D 7th Royal Fusiliers (Early C19th) ‘Boulogne sur Mer’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed ‘By my Father J.D. King, probably about 1820 (signed) H.B.K.’. A label written by his grandchild notes that King took his family to Boulogne 1819-1825 when retired on half-pay ‘after Service in the Peninsula and in France’. 9x14.75 inches. £250.
HOLLAND Harry (b.1941) Mother and Child. Lithograph. Artist’s Proof. Signed and inscribed. 8.5x11.75 inches. Framed: 18.5x21 inches. £375.VIEW FRAMED
GARRARD Peter John N.E.A.C. P.R.B.A. R.P. (1929-2004) ‘Sussex Gardens’, Paddington. Oil on canvas laid on board. Circa 1955. Signed. Inscribed on label. 14x18 inches. Framed: 20x23.5 inches. £375.VIEW FRAMED
JAMES Francis Edward N.E.A.C. R.W.S (1850-1920) A vase of wild flowers. Watercolour. Signed. Exh: No.86, New English Art Club Centenary Exhibition, Christies, September 1986. 14x10.25 inches. £475.VIEW FRAMED
NIXON John (1755-1818) ‘Benham Park …..’ ,Berkshire. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed ‘drawn at Benham Park / Country Boys belonging to the Porter at the Lodge’, and dated, 1801. Nixon was one of the circle of the Margravine of Ansbach (Lady Craven) at Benham. Prov: Christies: 29.3.1983. Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester. 5x8 inches. £475.
ANON. Romantic Hand. Circa 1800. On the Avon near Bristol: ‘View near the Hotwells’. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed and dated, 1808. 9x13.5 inches. £225. Inscription verso
ANON. Romantic Hand. Circa 1800. ‘From a description of the fortress of Paluzzi in Mrs Radcliffe’s romance of The Italian, 1800’. Painted en grisaille. Inscribed and dated verso. 8x11 inches. £125. Inscription verso
HEIM Albert (1890-?) ‘Exzellenz v. Ende’. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1916. Provenance: Lieut.General Theodor von Wundt (1858-1929), Wurttemberger 51st Reserve Regiment. 11x8.5 inches. £125. Click here for our previous Heim exhibition
HEIM Albert (1890- ?) ‘Generalmajor Wellmann’. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1916. Provenance: Lieut.General Theodor von Wundt (1858-1929), Wurttemberger 51st Reserve Regiment. 8.5x5.25 inches. £125CLICK HERE for our 2013 Heim Exhibition
HEY Cicely (1896-1980) Portraits and Pub Signs. CLICK HERE
BATTY Elizabeth Frances (1791-1875) A group of 44 original drawings for the engravings to illustrate Italian Scenery from Drawings made in 1817 by Miss Batty, Publ. 1820. CLICK HERE
HUNT Alfred William (1830-1896) Clovelly Harbour, Devon. Watercolour. Remains of signature bottom right. Provenance: Lot 169, Newall Sale, Christies 13-14th December, 1979. Probable Exhibition: No.452, OWS 1864/65. Lit: No.29. ‘A.W. Hunt’, Burlington Fine Arts Club, 1897. 7.5x10.5 inches. Framed: 15.5x17.5 inches. £400.
LEETE Alfred (1882-1933) Schmidt the Spy: ‘The dearth of recruits has compelled the British Government to call out the Landwehr, the most juvenile of the fighting forces’. Pen and ink for ‘London Opinion’. Signed. With caption. Date stamped 19 Dec 1914 verso. Ill: p.33 ‘Schmidt the Spy and his messages to Berlin’, Alfred Leete, Duckworth, 1916. 10x12.5 inches. £350.
LEETE Alfred (1882-1933) Schmidt the Spy: ‘An extraordinary thing happened during the Christmas holidays. I was nearly arrested as a mint spy’. Pen and ink for ‘London Opinion’. Signed. With caption. Dated stamped 16 Jan 1915 verso. Ill: p.53 ‘Schmidt the Spy and his messages to Berlin’, Alfred Leete, Duckworth, 1916. 10x12.5 inches. £350.
LEETE Alfred (1882-1933) Schmidt the Spy: ‘Owing to the failure of the fishing industry the English fishermen are employed by the Admiralty to lay mines. These, I am informed by a friendly fisherman, contain live shells’. Crayon, pen and ink for ‘London Opinion’. Signed. With caption. Dated stamped 9th Jan 1915 verso. Ill: p.57 ‘Schmidt the Spy and his messages to Berlin’, Alfred Leete, Duckworth, 1916. 10.25x12.5 inches £350.
DARK Lieutenant Philip RN (1918-2008) Study for ‘Only Propaganda’, Marlag O, Naval Prisoner of War Camp, Westertimke, Lower Saxony. Pencil. Verso dated ‘Sept 44’. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. Exhibited: Honolulu Academy of Arts, 1994. Cat. No.36. Ill. p.21 10.5x8 inches. £300Click here for our 2016 Exhibition of POW drawings by Philip Dark
WHISTLER Rex (1905-1944) Desert Islands. CLICK HERE
GESSNER Johann Conrad (1764-1826) A monument to the artist’s father, Salomon Gessner. ‘Gesnern, Salomon/Wolte die Natur/ein denr mal/stiflen und sie/lies hier seinen/namen ver ewginen/durch/1788’. Ink and watercolour over lightly etched ground and inscription. Indistinctly inscribed, signed(?), and dated in ink. 13.5x20.5 inches. Framed: 21.75x28.75 inches. £350