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TABNER Len (b.1946) ‘Roxby Church, Dusk, Ridge Lane’. Gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, November 1985. 15.5x22 inches. Framed: 27x32 inches. £2750.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘The Old House, Malacca’ Woodcut printed in colours. Signed. 14.75x10 inches. £1400.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘Spring in Soochow’ Woodcut printed in colours. Signed and inscribed. 11x15.75 inches. £1600.
SNAPE Martin (1852-1930) ‘The Ferret Hutch, Rookesbury Park’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Dated to ‘about 1889’ in an accompanying letter from the artist dated 12th March, 1912. 12.5x17.5 inches. Framed: 21.5x25.5 inches. £2250.
VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1842) Polesden Lacey: a picturesque gatehouse. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1831. One of a series of eight watercolours recording the house and its grounds Provenance: Joseph Bonsor, owner of Polesdon Lacey from 1824, and by family descent. 10.25x14.75 inches. £2250.
VERPILLEUX Emile Antoine (1888-1964) ‘The Last Furrow’. Linocut printed in colours. 1927. Signed. 14x18 inches. £1200.
WOLLEN William Barnes (1857-1936) George V investing an Indian Prince with The Star of India, 14th December, 1911. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Incorrectly inscribed beneath the mount ‘Investiture by Prince of Wales of Star of India’. The ‘Narrative of the Visit to India by…George V… and of the Coronation Durbar’ (publ.1912) by the Royal Archivist Sir John Fortescue identifies (p.178) this event. The Investee here wears the Mantle of the Knights Grand Commanders which identifies him as one of 6 figures: Maharaja of Bikaner, Maharao of Kotah, Maharaja of Kapurthala, Asaf Jah, Nizam of Hyderabad, or the Aga Khan III. 7.25x5 inches. £2500.
POCOCK Nicholas (1740-1821) A river, or canal scene. Watercolour. Circa 1790. 7.75x10.5 inches. With (partial) original wash-line backing 8.5x11.5 inches. £1200.
FLAXMAN John R.A. (1755-1826) Cloaked figure. Pencil. Possibly drawn in Rome, circa 1790. Exhibited: William Drummond, Covent Garden Gallery. 7.75x5 inches. Framed: 16x13 inches. £1500.
ADENEY Noel (1890-1978) Portrait of Denton Welch. Pencil and crayons 15x13 inches. Framed: 21.5x19 inches. £1500.
We are grateful to James Methuen-Campbell for confirming this attribution.
CLAUSEN Katherine (1886-1936) ‘Mount Ida from Malaxo’. Watercolour and gouache on a sketchbook page. Signed. Inscribed verso. 8.25x11 inches. £1100.
CRAIG Edward Gordon C.H. (1872-1966) The Stage from a darkened auditorium. Wood engraving. 1905. Signed and dated 1905 and (printing date) 1924, also ‘Only 50 copies printed by hand, Copy No.10’. 4.25x4.25 inches. £1,100.
DAINTRY Adrian (1902-1988) A decayed Hotel, purportedly ‘The Royal Hotel’. Oil on canvas. Circa 1930. Signed. 20x16 inches. Framed: 26x21.5 inches. £1875.
JOHN Augustus O.M. R.A. (1878-1961) Trelawney Dayrell Reed (born c.1885) Historian and Curator. Pen and ink. Provenance: Edwin John. Sara John. 11x8 inches. Framed: 17x13.5 inches. £1750.
NEWCOMB Tessa (b.1955) ‘Ill in Paris’. Oil on card. Signed and dated, 2005. 13.75x6 inches. Framed: 17.5x9.75 inches. £1250
NICHOLL Andrew R.H.A. (1804-1866) ‘Sunrise, near the Cape’. Watercolour. With the original backing inscribed ‘Sunrise, near the Cape. June 4 (or?9) 1844 / No.IV. No.36’. 9.25x13 inches. Framed: 18.23x21.75 inches. £1500.
RANFURLY Constance, Countess of (1858-1932). Norway: 28 watercolours: including views of ‘Vadheim’, May / July 1884. ‘Osen’, May/June1884. ‘Near Sande’, May/June 1884. ‘Dals Fiord’, June 1884. ‘Forde’, June 1884. ‘Lokeland’s Vos’, June 1884. ‘Vik’, July 1884. ‘Veste’. ‘Londfjord’, July 1884. ‘Aldin Island’. An album of watercolours of Norway signed and dated July 29th 1884 in the frontispiece. Mostly 4x7 and 7x9.75 inches. £1250.CLICK HERE TO VIEW
SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) ‘Windsor Forest, with Oxen drawing timber’. Pencil and ink wash. Exhibited: No.79. 100 British Drawings, 2008, W.S. Fine Art. 7x10 inches. Framed: 12.75x15 inches. £1250.
VERPILLEUX Emile Antoine (1888-1964) ‘Tower Bridge’. Linocut printed in colours. Signed and dated, 1912. 14x18 inches. £1600.
ANON. Circa 1845 ‘Lady Willmot’ (sic). Oil on panel. Inscribed verso of panel. Possibly Maria Miller-Mundy (c.1804-1865) m. 1826 Sir Henry Sacheverel Wilmot 4th Bt of Chadderden Hall, Derbyshire (1801-1872). 12x9.25 inches. Framed: 13.5x11 inches. £1150.
BLAKE Sir Quentin C.B.E. R.D.I. (b.1932) A Nest Hat. Pen, brush and ink. Signed. 12x9 inches. Framed: 17.75x14.75 inches. £1400.CLICK HERE to view framed.
DOYLE Charles Altamont (1832-1893) A bathing party. Pencil and watercolour Exhibited: Maas Gallery. Ex. Collection: Virginia Surtees. 8.75.x13.73 inches. £2500.
HODGKIN Sir Howard R.A. (1932-2017) ‘All Alone in the MoMa’ (H.53) Soft-ground etching. Signed, editioned 63/100 and dated 1979. 29x39 inches. Framed: 35x45 inches. £2250.
HAYMAN Patrick (1915-1988) ‘Jacob’s Ladder (Jacob’s Dream)’. Oil on board. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated 1963 verso of frame. 24x10.5 inches. Framed: 26.75x12.75 inches. £2250.CLICK HERE to view framed.
JOHN Augustus O.M. R.A. (1878-1861) Dorelia (recto) 11.5x7 inches. Studies of the artist’s children, and possibly Dorelia (verso). 10x8 inches. Pen and ink. Circa 1908. Provenance: Christies 14.11.75 to A and H. £2250.CLICK HERE to view verso.
MELVILLE John (1902-1986) Three women on the beach. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1935.Signed. 8x11.75 inches. £1650.
NICHOLL Andrew R.H.A. (1804-1866) ‘A study, Indian Ocean’. Watercolour. Inscribed on the accompanying backing and numbered ‘No.XXXII’ and ‘No.45’. Nicholl went to Ceylon in 1844. 9.25x13 inches. Framed: 18.25x21.75 inches. £1500.
POLLITZER Sigmund (1913-1983) Villa in Alassio. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1935. 14x14 inches. £1250.
ROTHENSTEIN Sir William N.E.A.C. (1872-1945) ‘Lieutenant M. Colonna’; Mario, Prince of Colonna and Duke of Rignano (1886-1938). Chalk. Signed, inscribed ‘G.H.Q. / Italian Mission’ and dated, March 1918. 17.5x12.5 inches. Framed: 23x17.5 inches. £1750.
HITCHENS John (b.1940)
‘Flowers into softness’.
Oil on canvas. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1967, verso.
ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) Liguria: ‘Villa Nettuno’. Pencil and watercolour sketchbook page. Signed, indistinctly inscribed and dated ‘1965(?6)’. 10x14 inches. £1100.
BERMAN Eugene (1899-1972) ‘Roma: Cortile notturno’. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1958. Inscribed verso by the artist. Ex. Collection: Charles B Moses, Rome. 8.25x6.5 inches. Original frame: 12.5x10 inches. £1100.CLICK HERE to view framed.
CHASE Michael (1915-2001) The Edge of the Wood. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1978. 20x27.75 inches. £1150.
‘FOUGASSE’ (Cyril Kenneth Bird 1887-1965) “She said the number of her car was GU 2634, & she’d bring the lunch & the tickets…” Pen and ink for ‘Punch Almanack’. Circa 1935. Signed and inscribed. Artist’s Agent Stamp verso. 13x9.5 inches. £1750.
RUSSELL Sir William Howard (1820-1907) (Attributed to) Crimean War. ‘On the field of Inkerman’; the stone commemorating four Officers of the 41st; Captain Richards and Lieutenants Swab(e)y, Taylor and Stirling killed on the 5th November, 1854. Ink and watercolour, signed ‘WHR’. 8x12 inches. Framed: 16.5x19.5 inches. £1100.CLICK HERE to view framed.
SIMS Charles R.A. (1873-1928) ‘Lesbia and the Sparrows’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Circa 1910. Exhibited: RA Winter Exhibition, 1933. 17.5x19.5 inches. Framed: 22.5x25 inches. £1750.CLICK HERE to view framed.
SONNABEND Yolanda (1935-2015) ‘Goddess’: Elizabeth Welch (1904-2003) Ink, watercolour and collage costume design for the Soprano Elisabeth Welch in Derek Jarman’s film ‘The Tempest’, 1979. Signed, also inscribed ‘Tempest, for Elisabeth’ and dedicated ‘to Bee’. 15.5x10.75 inches. £1200.
TYRWHITT Ursula N.E.A.C. (1878-1966) ‘Still Life’. Oil on panel. Circa 1930. Signed and inscribed on the artist’s label verso. 22x17.5 inches. £2250
VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) St Paul’s, Covent Garden, from the market. Pencil on sketchbook page. Studio stamp verso. 11x7 inches. £1150.
HALL Patrick (1906-1992) ‘Shower’, landscape. Watercolour. Indistinctly signed. Exhibited: Waddington Galleries. 14.5x22.25 inches £575.
HAYMAN Patrick (1915-1988) ‘Anthony and Cleopatra (At Home)’. Oil on card. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated (19)74 on backing. 6.5x13 inches. Framed: 11.25x17.5 inches. £2250.CLICK HERE to view framed.
LACOSTE Pierre-Eugene (1818-1908) ‘l’oisivete de la misere a toujours soif’. Ink and watercolour. Probably for La vie de Paris en 1848. Signed and inscribed. 8.75x12.75 inches. £1500.
LACOSTE Pierre-Eugene (1818-1908) ‘Juin 1848’. Ink and watercolour. Probably for La vie de Paris en 1848. Signed and inscribed. 8.75x12.75 inches. £1500.
LACOSTE Pierre-Eugene (1818-1908) ‘Demandez les Girodins a piece que l’on va jouer’. Ink and watercolour. Probably for La vie de Paris en 1848. Signed and inscribed. 8.75x12.75 inches. £1500.
MARSHALL Herbert Menzies R.W.S. (1841-1913) Westminster: Parliament Square from Whitehall. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1897. 7x10.25 inches. Framed: 14.5x17.25 inches. £2750.CLICK HERE to view framed.
RICHMOND George (1809-1896) Mr Beilby Porteous Hodgson (1808-1889) Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1836. 13x10.5 inches. £1650.
TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) Michael Redgrave in ‘Thunder Rock’. Pen, brush and ink. 1942. Signed and inscribed. 7x6.75 inches. £1150.
WELLS Margaret (1909-1998) ‘The Thrush’s Song’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, edition 38/50 and dated 1938. 10.5x7.5 inches. £1200.
ANON. Circa 1790. The Return of Ceres. Pen, brush and ink. 4x25 inches. £1800.
CAMPBELL NAIRN Cecilia (1791-1857) (Daughter of J H Campbell)
Ireland. ‘Bray Head’
Ink and watercolour. Inscribed verso, and ‘Coote Carroll’
EURICH Richard R.A. (1903-1992) The Clay Pipe. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1928. 8.25x6 inches. Framed: 20.25x14 inches. £1750.
WHITE ABBOTT John (1763-1851) The ‘Warren’, near Exmouth. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed and dated 7th August, 1810 verso. Exhibited: Squire Gallery. 10.5x7.25 inches. £1200.
WISHAW Anthony R.A. (b.1930) Head of a Woman. Oil on board. Circa 1955. 36x24 inches. £2250.
BELL Robert Anning R.A. (1863-1933)
Charcoal and red chalk. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1934.
14x8.5 inches. Framed: 22.75x17 inches.
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
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
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.
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.
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.
RAPHAEL Sarah (1960-2001)
Sinister Garden. Ink and gouache. Signed. 21x22 inches. Framed: 30.5x30.75 inches. £2500
SPENCER Gilbert R.A. (1892-1979) Meadow flowers. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1931. 18.5x13.75 inches. £1200.
RAEMAEKERS Louis (1869-1956)
‘The Abyss: the downfall of Kaiserism, Militarism and Bolshevism’. Crayon and watercolour. Signed. Inscribed on the original label. 16x12 inches. Framed: 23.75x19 inches. £1250
RAMSAY Dennis (1925-2009) ‘Still-life with wine cask’. Oil tempera on paper paid on board. Signed and dated, 1960. Artist’s label verso. 22.25x27.25 inches. £2000.
RATCLIFFE William (1870-1955)
Village view through winter trees. Ink and watercolour. Signed. 20.25x14.5 inches. Framed: 29x22.5 inches. £2500
HALL Clifford R.B.A. (1904-1973)
The ‘New Orleans’, Amsterdam.
Oil on canvas. Signed.
22x30 inches. Framed: 27.27x37.25 inches.
ANDERSON Stanley R.A. (1939-2018)
Engraving. Dated 1933. Signed.
ANON Dutch School 19th Century
A candle lit man.
Oil on panel.
HARTWELL William John (1922-1995) ‘Winter Woodlands’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1950. 11x14.5 inches. Framed: 18.5x22 inches. £1250.
HAWKSLEY Dorothy Webster R.I. (1884-1970) Transfiguration. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Maas Gallery. 7.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 14.25x12.75 inches. £1100.
ANON. Circa 1790. ‘Astronomy / Religion / Music’. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed. Formerly attributed to William Hamilton R.A. (1751-1801) 5.5x11.25 inches. £1250.
ROCHARD Francois Theodore (1798-1858) ‘John Edmund Severne / 10th Light Dragoons’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1850. Inscribed on the frame. Severne (1826-1899) lived at Wallop Hall and was MP from Ludlow from 1865-1868. 15.25x11 inches. Framed: 23x18 inches. £2,250
ROMNEY George (1734-1802) Pencil. Exhibited: Leger Galleries (as King Lear, Death of Cordelia), 1986. 5.5x9 inches. Framed: 13x16 inches. £1200
HEARNE Thomas (1744-1817)
‘North West View of St Sepulchre’s Church, Cambridge’.
Ink and watercolour. Signed. Later engraved (1808) by William Byrne FSA (impression included).
8.5x6 inches. Framed: 17.5x14.5 inches.
Ferdinand Heilbuth (1826-1889)
Head of a Young Man.
Watercolour and gouache. Stamped signature. Exh: Hazlitt,
Gooden and Fox, Nineteenth Century French Drawings, June/July
1978, No.55. 8.5x6.5 inches. Framed: 15x12.5 inches. £2250Click here to view large framed photo.
Joseph Highmore (1692-1780) (Circle of)
‘Richard Puller’ (1747-1826).
Oil on canvas. Prov: Major General Mark Bond (1922-2017)
14x12 inches. Framed: 18.5x16.5 inches.
£2500Click here to view large framed photo.
ROSENKRANTZ Arild (1870-1964)
Erechtheion: capriccio. Pastels. Signed. 18.5x23.5 inches. Framed: 27x31.5 inches. £1350
ROSOMAN Leonard R.A. (1913-2012)
‘Aaron and Hur Stay Moses Hands’, to ensure the Israelites victory over the Amelekites.
Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed. Exhibited: Leonie Jonleigh Gallery, October 1970.
10.25x7.25 inches. Framed: 20x16.75 inches.
ROTH Dieter (1930-1998) ‘Ein Weiblicher Gedanke’. Suite of two etchings. Artists proofs aside from an edition of 50. 1971. Printed by Karl Schulz, Braunschweig. Published by Petersburg Press. £2500 (the Pair)
1ROTH Dieter (1930-1998) ‘Ein Weiblicher Gedanke’. Suite of two etchings. Artists proofs aside from an edition of 50. 1971. Printed by Karl Schulz, Braunschweig. Published by Petersburg Press. £2500 (the Pair)
ROTHENSTEIN Sir William N.E.A.C. (1872-1945) Portrait of Laurence Housman (1865-1959) Pencil, or lithographic crayon on prepared paper (joined). Provenance: By family descent to the artist’s grand-daughter and the Sale of her Rothenstein Collection, Sothebys, 26.2.2003. 6.5x6.5 inches circular. Framed: 14.25x13.25 inches. £2250.
ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) Assasins. Pen, brush and sepia ink. 11.5x9.5 inches. £2250
ARNOLD Graham (b.1932) Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cumberland. Pencil 0n gesso'd hardboard. 11x7 inches. Signed. Exh: Arnold Retrospective, 1992, No.83. £1,500
ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827)
Ink and watercolour backed on the original washline backing thus inscribed. Also, verso, ‘Bought at the Sale of Mr Rowlandson’s / Drawings & Prints the 25th June 1828 / Mr Sotheby, Auctioneer’.
ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827)
A chance meeting.
Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1800.
BADMIN Stanley R.E. R.W.S. (1906-1989)
Etching. Signed and inscribed.
BANKS Robert RIBA (1911-2000)
Pugliese sunset. Watercolour and ink. Signed and numbered, 615. Exhibited: Trafford Gallery. 27.5x19 inches. Framed: 34x27 inches. £1100
RUSSELL-FLINT Sir William R.A. (1880-1969) ‘Little encampment, Chauvigny - Evening’. Watercolour. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘May 19th 1968’ and ‘After a day’s painting’, verso. 7.5x11 inches. Framed: 15x18 inches. £2250.
SALAMAN Michael (1911-1987)
Italian child, Anticoli Corado.
Oil on canvas. Inscribed and dated 1928 by the artist verso os stretcher.
HONE Evie R.H.A. (1894-1955)
‘St Martin of Tours’.
Oil monotype on card. Circa 1952. Signed. Inscribed on backing ‘Design for a stained glass panel’.
12.25x9 inches. Framed: 23.25x17.25 inches.
£1750. Framed Photo
SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) or Thomas R.A. (1721-1798) ‘Barbican, an old ruin’. A Windsor capriccio? Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1760. 5.75x9.25 inches. Framed: 14.75x17.5 inches. £1800.
BEAUMONT Sir George (1753-1827)
Oil on paper laid on board.
5x6.5 inches. Framed: 8.75x10 inches.
BEERBOHM Sir Max (1872-1956) Rodin. (RHD.1242. p.117). Pencil, brush and wash. 1914. One of a series entitled ‘Simple lessons in the art of drawing M. Rodin’, Merton College, Oxford (ref: RHD 1241). Ex. Coll: Mrs Eva Reichmann, by descent from the artist, her brother-in-law. 12.5x8 inches. Framed: 21x15.5 inches. £2500.
HUBBARD John (1931-2017)
Beach stones, possibly at Porthmeor. Charcoal. Signed and dated, 1977. 22x30.5 inches. Framed: 29x37.5 inches. £1250
HUGO Jean (1894-1984)
‘Femme en jaune et chemin montant’.
Gouache. Signed. Inscribed and numbered ‘No.18’ verso.
£1250. Framed Photo
SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) ‘Ammunition. In respect of a misfire…a competitor may, if he is able, fire another shot’ Pen and ink. Inscribed by the artist. Drawn for an ICI / Kynoch Division shotgun cartridge advertisement. Circa 1960. 8x9.5 inches. £2250
HUGO Jean (1894-1984)
‘Garrigue jaune et bleue’
Gouache. Signed. Inscribed verso and numbered ‘No.11’. 3x5 inches.
BEVAN Robert (1865-1925) ‘Smithy Barn’ (D.26). Lithograph. One of 40 impressions. Signed. 21x30cms. £1750.
HUNT William Henry O.W.S. (1790-1864)
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1830.
9.25x7.25 inches. Framed: 17x15 inches.
FOSTER Myles Birket R.W.S. (1825-1899) Linlithgow Castle. Watercolour. Signed. Provenance: Sothebys Belgravia 27.4.1982 as Ex. Colls: Lady Rothschild. Henry Duggan. 3.25x5 inches. Framed: 12x13.25 inches £1500.
BIRKET FOSTER Myles R.W.S. (1825-1899)
Basle from the river.
4.5x6 inches. Framed: 13.5x15 inches
BLAMEY Norman R.A. O.B.E. (1914-2000)
‘The Vice Chancellor’.
Pencil, watercolour and gouache. Exhibited: The Discerning Eye, 1997. The Fine Art Society, March 2003.
Study for the portrait of Sir Harry Pitt (1914-2005) Vice-Chancellor of Reading University (1964-1978), Reading University Collection.
£1250. Framed Photo
HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Daybreak’. Oil on board. 1980. Signed and inscribed on label verso. 10.5x12 inches. £1250.
HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Mist clearing (Green)’. Oil on board. Signed and inscribed on label verso. 9.25x10 inches. £1250.
HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Blue enters Yellow’. Oil on board. Signed and inscribed on label verso. 11.25x12.25 inches. £1250.
HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Blue meets Red’ Oil on board. 1976. Exhibited: Austin / Desmond Fine Art. 10.5x10.25 inches. £1550.
HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Pink trailing clouds’. Oil on board. 10x10 inches. £1550.
BOULTON Janet (b.1936) ‘Five Scent Bottles’. Paper relief with watercolour and gouache. Signed. Exhibited: Mercury Gallery, 1989. 8.75x9.75 inches (irregular). Framed: 13.5x15 inches. £1250.
INDIAN School. Circa 1800.
The Mughal, Emperor Muhammad Shah (1702-1748)
Pen and ink, gouache and gold paint on paper laid on text.
SHANNON Charles Haslewood R.A. (1863-1937)
Seated Nude. Black chalk. Signed and dated, 1904. Verso: Nude with crossed arms. Red and black chalks. 9.75x8 inches. Framed: 19x16.75 inches. £2250
BRATBY John R.A. (1928-1992) ‘Nell Dunn’ (b.1936) Pencil. Circa 1958. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: ‘John Bratby Retrospective’, Sandford Gallery, Covent Garden, 1980. 22x14.75 inches. £1250.
BRATBY John R.A. (1928-1992)
Woman and Cards.
Brush and Indian ink Signed and dated, 6th January, 1957.
BRESSLERN-ROTH Norbertine (1891-1978) ‘St Hubert I’. Linocut printed in colours. 1925. Signed. 11x11 inches. £1,100
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: Private Collection France to 2017.
A composition in which John has placed the local Bishop, painted from a photograph, against the Congregation of the Meudon church in which she prayed and where she found so many of her subjects. It is possible that her use of a printed image of Mere Poussepin, long dead founder of the Meudon Convent, as the basis of the 12 Poussepin portraits encouraged her to consider the printed image as a legitimate source for composition.
Monseigneur Charles Gibier was Bishop of Versailles from 1907-1931.
5.25x8.25 inches. Framed: 12.5x15 inches.
BROCKHURST Gerald R.A. (1890-1978)
‘The Amberley Boy (No.2)’ (W.62).
Etching. 1928. Signed. From an edition of 111.
BRUNTON Winifred Mabel (1880-1959)
Oil on ivory. Signed. For ‘Kings and Queens of Ancient Egypt, portraits by Winifred Brunton with histories by Eminent Egyptologists’, publ.1924, or ‘Great Ones of Ancient Egypt, portraits by Winifred Brunton with historical studies by various Egyptologists’, publ.1929.
5x4 inches (irregular) Framed: 9.5x7.75 inches.
SICKERT Walter Richard (1860-1942) John Addison Q.C. M.P. (1838-1907) Pen and ink. Ill: The Whirlwind, 6th September, 1890, p.169. Sickert drew character studies and wrote reviews for The Whirlwind between August and December 1890. 8x8 inches circular. £1800
KASPAR Paul (1891-1953) Vienna. Am Hof Square. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated 1924. 6.25x7.75 inches. Framed: 14x15 inches. £1500
BUHLER Robert R.A. (1916-1969) Portrait of a fellow art student. Oil on canvas. Stretcher stamped: ‘This board is the property of St Martin’s Art School’. Circa 1935. Signed. 24x20 inches. Framed: 32x28 inches. £1100.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956)
Woodcut printed in colours. Signed.
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘The Flautist, Korea’. Etching, printed in colour. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount. 9x8.5 inches. £1100
KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) The Gong Player, Korea. Etching printed in colours. Signed. 9x8.5 inches. £1100
BURRA Edward (1905-1976)
Etching. 1972. Signed and editioned, 56/75.
11.75x9.75 inches. Framed: 19x18.25 inches.
SMITH Percy Delf (1882-1948)
Drypoint. Signed, inscribed and dated, January 1917.
BUTTER Major C.G. (d.1824) An Officer’s dream of Home. Major Butter is recorded as having served in an Invalid Battalion stationed north of Mumbai, at Surat. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed ‘Surat’ and dated, December 1817. 9.25x11.75 inches. £1500.
KERRICH Thomas F.S.A. (1748-1828) The Death of Cato, after Giovanni Battista Langetti (1625-1676) Brush and ink on paper laid on card. Verso of card inscribed ‘On back by Thomas Kerrich / ‘By Guercino in the Collection of / Chevalier Gelosi at Turin’. (Commendatore Genevosio 1719-1795). Provenance: Sothebys 21.1.1989 lot 136, a group of works by Kerrich. Christopher Powney: 2.3.2002 to Abbott and Holder. £1500.
CAMPBELL NAIRN Cecilia (1791-1857) (Daughter of J H Campbell)
Ink and watercolour. 1807. Inscribed, and beneath the mount.
Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1807. Inscribed beneath mount ‘Mr (?Coote) Carroll, Ardglass’ and verso ‘Coote Carroll’.
27. CAMPBELL NAIRN Cecilia (1791-1857) (Daughter of J H Campbell)
Ink and watercolour. Inscribed and remains of (?signature)
SMITH John ‘Warwick’ (1749-1831) Distant view to the ruins of Castle Dinas Bran; looking to them through the woods of weeping Birch of Llandifillio, near Llangollen, Denbighshire’. Watercolour and gouache on original washline mount, inscription largely erased but previously also inscribed along the bottom of the mount (as on the others from this series National Library of Wales) but trimmed and lost. Lit: Basil Long, Walker’s Quarterly 1927 cites a watercolour of this subject dated July 1786. 5.5x8 inches. £2250.
SMITH John ‘Warwick’ (1749-1831) ‘Town and Castle of Montgomery on the approach to it from Welsh Pool’ (sic) Ink and watercolour. Accompanied by the artist’s original inscription. Provenance: Warwick Castle Collection, via King & Chasemore, Sussex, 3.4.1979. 5.25x8 inches. £2000
CAMERON Sir David Young R.A. R.W.S. (1865-1945)
‘The Woody Tay’. Charcoal. Signed. Exhibited: James Connell & Sons, Glasgow. 11x21 inches. Framed: 21.25x31.75 inches. £2250
KITSON Robert Hawthorn (1873-1947) The Hassan Tower, Rabat. Morroco Ink and watercolour. 20x15 inches. £1400.
KNIGHT Charles V.P.R.W.S. R.O.I. (1901-1990) Wales. The Mawddach: mist rising. Watercolour. Signed. 10x14 inches. £1500
CARO Sir Anthony O.M. (1924-2013) Figure Study. Charcoal on sketchbook page. Signed and dated, 1986. Exhibited: Contemporary Art Society Market (label verso) 10x14.25 inches. Framed: 17x20 inches. £1500.
SPARE Austin Osman (1886-1956)
Man and Precipice. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1903. 12x9.5 inches. Framed:18.5x15.5 inches. £2250
CARR Claudia (b.1965)
Head of a Young Man.
Oil on canvas. Signed and date, 2001, verso.
20x17.5 inches. Framed: 22x17.5 inches.
CHALON Alfred Edward R.A. (1780-1860)
‘Sir William Geary 3rd Bt. (1810-1877) M.P. for Kent in 1832.
Watercolour. Exhibited: Agnews (No.46385).
17.25x13 inches (shaped)
CHAPMAN George (1903-1993)
‘Looking Up’ (or ‘Wet Roofs’)
. Etching and aquatint. Signed and editioned 3/100. Exhibited: Zwemmer Gallery
. 18x23.5 inches.
LAMBERT James Jnr (1741-1799) Castle Gateway from the South, Lewes. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1772. The Lambert Collection at Barbican House, Lewes owns two other versions of this watercolour. 17x14 inches oval. Framed: 23.75x20 inches. £1250
LANDSEER Sir Edwin R.A. (1802-1873) Tzar Nicholas I of Russia. Pencil and wash. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘Gore House / 4 (9?) Aout 1844’, possibly by Alfred Count D’Orsay who lived there. Collectors stamp for (?). A lithograph from the drawing lithographed by Vincent Brooks was published in 1855 by J. Hogarth. Nicholas was in London from 1-10th June 1844. Richard Ormond authenticated this drawing in 2010. 11x8.75 inches. £1300
LAVERY Sir John R.A. (1856-1941) ‘Sketch of Mme A.H’: Mrs Heseltine. Charcoal. 1883. Inscribed: ‘Sketch of Mme A.H. / by John Lavery’. Provenance: Given with other studies by the artist to the sitter and thus by decent from her. Lavery met Mrs Arthur Heseltine (nee Celie Caroline Guillet and sister in law of Jean-Charles Cazin) and her husband (m.1882) visiting the artists’ colony at Grez-sur-Loing in 1883. He later stayed with them at nearby Marlotte in 1897-8 and 1900 and Mrs Heseltine posed for ‘Garden in France’, 1898 (Private Coll). He also painted Mrs Heseltine’s portrait (Castle Museum, Norwich). (Information from Professor Kenneth McConkey). 16x11 inches. £2500
Ralph Steadman (b.1936)
William S. Burroughs (1914-1997).
Etching and aquatint. Signed and editioned 7/20.
10.75x7.5 inches. Framed: 24x18.5 inches.
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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.
STEER Philip Wilson O.M. (1860-1942) Yorkshire landscape, near Hawes. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1904. 10x14.5 inches. £1250.
CHURCH Katharine (1910-1999)
Trees in the Park Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1958. 15x21.5 inches. Framed: 24.5x31 inches. £1250
STOTT Edward A.R.A. (1859-1918) Head of a girl, Charcoal and pastel. Provenance: Anne Dinnage, the artist’s housekeeper. 11x9.25 inches. £1100
STOTT Edward A.R.A. N.E.A.C. (1858-1918)
‘Summer Sky’. Pastel on joined paper. Signed. Exhibited: Edward Stott Memorial Exhibition, Rochdale Art Gallery. 19.5x19.5 inches. Framed: 26x26 inches.
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CLEVELEY John Jnr (1747-1786)
‘The landing place at Belisle’ with a Portuguese ‘Muletta’ in the foreground; Belle Isle, off Brittany.
Ink and watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: ‘A Journey to Portugal, 1775, Watercolours by John Cleveley’, Abbott and Holder, January 1984.Provenance: An Album of c. 29 of Cleveley’s watercolours dated July 1775, Sotheby’s, 1983.
CLEVELEY John Jnr (1747-1786)
Man O’War firing a salute, reputedly off Syracuse.
Ink and watercolour. Signed.
LEHMANN Rudolf (1819-1905) Jean-Francois ‘Chomel’ (1810-1876) Pencil. Signed, dedicated to the sitter
and dated, ‘Rome, Avril 184(…)’. 26x20.5cms. Framed: 45.5x37cms. £2,500
SUNDERLAND Thomas (1744-1823)
Glenridding House, Ullswater.
Pen, brush and blue/grey washes. Ex. Collection: Lt. Colonel Curzon Howe Hewick, Clifton Castle, Bedale. Thomas, Lord Townhead, Settle. Robert Clough P.R.B.A.
LESSORE Jules R.I. (1849-1892)
The ‘Ca’ d’Oro’, Venice.
Ink and watercolour. Circa 1880. Signed. Exhibited: Spinks.
6.75x9.75 inches. Framed: 16x18.5 inches.
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. £1100.
LIVENS Horace Mann (1862-1936) Sketchbook of figure, character and subject studies. 28 pages (56 sides of drawings). Pen and ink and pencil. A page dated ’28 August / 1892’. Signed page 1 and dedicated ‘To G (probably his wife Gertrude) 15.12.27. £1,250
TODD Cecil (1912-1986)
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1942. Artist’s label verso.
28x36 inches. Artist’s frame ( distressed) : 33x41 inches.
CRESWELL Alexander (b.1957)
Piazza del Popolo, Rome. Watercolour. Signed. 21x29inches. Framed: 35.5x43 inches. £1500
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. £1500.
TOPOLSKI Feliks RA (1907-1989)
Brush, ink and watercolour. Circa 1940. Indistinctly signed. Ex. Collection: Maurice Collis.
TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) ‘Chez Victor’, Wardour Street. Pencil and crayon. Circa 1965. Signed and inscribed, also ‘le proprietor Monsieur Gilbert France’. 14x20 inches. £1750
LUTTRINGSHAUSSEN Johan Heinrich (1783-1857) Portugal: a view of Lisbon. Ink and watercolour with gum arabic. Circa 1810. Exhibited: Parker Gallery. 7.75x11.5 inches. £1750.
TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) Theatre Design for ‘The Motherly and Auspicious being the life of the Empress Dowager Tzu His in the form of a drama’. Ink and watercolour ‘stage decoration’ for the play by Maurice Collis (1889-1973). Signed and dated, 1944. Exhibited: Leicester Galleries, 1946. 22.25x29.5 inches. Framed: 30x27 inches. £2250.
TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989)
‘Boulevard Montparnasse’, Paris. Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1936. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: No.105, ‘Paris Lost’, Rutland Gallery, 1973. 5x6.5 inches. Framed: 13.5x14 inches. £1450
TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) ‘Nuremberg, 1946’. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated. 12x9 inches. £1100.
MACKINNON Sine (1901-1996)
‘Rue de la Montagne St Genevieve’, Paris.
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1952. Inscribed verso.
11x14.75 inches. Framed: 21.5x24.75 inches.
£1100. Framed Photo
DARK Lieutenant Philip R.N.V.R. (1918-2008) ‘Oil of Ray Taylor painting’, POW Camp Marlag O, Westertimke, Lower Saxony. Oil and cotton sheeting (‘Sacking of a clothing parcel’, lit.p.42, Dark ‘Look Back This Once’) Lieutenant H Ray Taylor RNVR (c.1913-1954) was second-in-command of a motor gunboat sunk in the channel in mid 1942 and he taken to Marlag O. Before and after the War he was Art Master at Ermystead Grammar School, Skipton. 21.5x20.5 inches. £1500
MACTAGGART Sir William P.R.A. (1903-1981) Coastal landscape. Pencil and watercolour. Studio stamp verso ‘W. McTaggart / Studio No.192’. Exhibited: Phipps and Co, 1988. 14.5x18 inches. Framed: 23x26 inches. £1500
TUNNICLIFFE Charles Frederick R.A. (1901-1979) ‘Goshawk’ (CT.159). Wood engraving. 1944. Signed and editioned 3/50. 13x5.75 inches. £2250.
DETMOLD Edward Julius (1883-1957) ‘The Jewels of the Deep’. Etching printed in colours on japan paper. Signed and inscribed. 13x16.5 inches. £2250.
MANNING-SAUNDERS Joan (1913-2002)
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1928. (Helen Ferris cat.no.26) Ill. and lit: pl.26, p.X, ‘Drawings and Paintings by Joan Manning Sanders’, intro by Roy Wilenski. 1929.
URQUHART Jane (1947-1983)
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1968. Provenance: John Ward C.B.E.
10x8.25 inches. Framed: 14.5x12.5 inches.
MARTIN Kenneth (1905-1984)
Oil on panel. Circa 1942. Exhibited: No.29, ‘Exhibition of works by Kenneth Martin’, Leicester Galleries, March, 1943 (label verso).
10x14 inches. Framed: 16x20 inches.
VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) A Quarry. Pencil. From a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: Estate of Professor John Ball. 3.5x7.25 inches. £1250.
VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) Figures in a wood. Pencil. From a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: Estate of Professor John Ball. 4.5x6 inches. £2000.
VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) Boy in a landscape. Pencil on trimmed page from a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: professor John Ball. 4x6.5 inches. £2250.
VELLACOTT Elisabeth (1905-2002) ‘Twinned Oak’. Red chalk. 1988. Exhibited: New Art Centre. 17.5x14.5inches. Framed: 23x21 inches. £1200
MCBEY James (1883-1959) ‘The Quay, Macduff’. Aberdeenshire. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 3rd September, 1914. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1976. 14.5x9.5 inches. £2250.
EASTON Timothy (b.1943) ‘Haw Frost, Morning’. Oil on canvas. Signed. Exhibited: Bourne Gallery, 1997. 26x30 inches. Framed: 31x35 inches. £1250.
WALCH Charles (1898-1948) ‘Compotier’. Pencil. Signed. 1946. Exhibited: Galerie de la Presidence, Paris. 23.5x18 inches. Framed: 36x30 inches. £1250
WARD James R.A. (1769-1859) A seated postillion. Black and white chalks on tan paper. Circa 1795. Signed. 10.75x8.5 inches. £1100.
WATERLOW Sir Ernest R.A. P.R.W.S. (1850-1919)
‘Farm at Mayfield’, East Sussex.
Oil on panel. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1890. Estate stamp verso. Provenance: Verity Waterlow. Exhibited: The Court Gallery, Nether Stowey, ‘Paintings and drawings / from the Verity Waterlow Bequest, by Sir Ernest Waterlow’.
9.75x14 inches. Framed: 16x20 inches.
EMETT Rowland O.B.E. (1906-1990)
The Germans Retreat…
Pen, brush and ink. 1945. Signed. Type written label beneath mount: “Calm yourself, my dear Stuffelheim…after all, the British public have been getting about like this for four years”. For ‘Punch’, inscribed by ‘for this week / K.B.’ (Kenneth Bird (Fougasse) , Art Editor 1937-1949)
ENDRES Louis (1896-1989)
Red chalk. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1947.
9.5x14 inches. Framed: 17x14.5 inches.
WELCH Denton (1915-1948)
Ink and watercolour. Provenance: Eric Oliver, Geoffrey Dunn, Sothebys … Exhibited (ex.cat) ‘Rex Whistler, Stephen Tennant and their two semi-circles’, 1987.
10x7.75 inches. Framed: 17.5x14.75 inches.
ERICKSON Carl ‘Eric’ (1891-1958)
Brush, ink and gouache on gray paper. Circa 1935. Partial signature.
Note water damage to border and trimming following Stonehouse’ studio fire. Provenance: Brian Stonehouse MBE (1918-1998)
22x12.5 inches (irregular)
‘ERTE’ (Romain De Tirtoff 1892-1990) ‘Décor Bar’. Gouache. Signed. Studio stamp ’15 464’ verso. 4.75x10.5 inches. Framed: 11x8 inches. £1950.
FARNBOROUGH Lady (Amelia) (1772-1837)
House on road.
Watercolour. Ex. Coll: Dudley Snelgrove Sale, Sotheby’s lot 340 (part of)19.11.1992.
FASSETT Kaffe (b.1937)
Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1969.
WHEATLEY Francis R.A. (1747-1801) A cottage at dusk. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1800. Exhibited: Colnaghi. 8x10 inches. Framed:17x19 inches. £1200.
MOONEY Martin (b.1960) ‘Castell d’Emporda’, Spain. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1993. 20.5x40.5 inches. Framed: 29x49 inches. £2250.
FIELDING Anthony Vandyke Copley P.O.W.S. (1787-1855) The South Downs near Brighton. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1841. 6x8.75 inches. Framed: 15.75x18.75 inches £1500.
FINCH Heneage, 4th Earl of Aylesford F.S.A. F.R.S (1751-1812) ‘View from Mr Shirley’s of Carrickmacross & Lord Bath’s estate extending to the wood in the distance to the right’, Co. Monaghan, Ireland. Pen brush and ink. Inscribed on the original wash line mount. The image: 9.5x13 inches. The backing: 12.25x15.75 (irregular) £1500.
William Mulready 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.
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WOLFSFELD Erich (1884-1956)
A Polish beggar.
Brush and ink. Signed and dated 1917. Exhibited: Belgrave Gallery c.1975.
FRIPP Alfred Downing (1822-1895) ‘Hampstead Road’; the Artist’s Studio. Watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated 1841. 15x10.5 inches. £1750.
NEHER Caspar (1897-1962) Verdi's 'Macbeth'. Macbeth’s Castle: Act I Scene 2 and Act IV Scene 2. Pen, ink watercolour and gouache. Inscribed ‘Macbeth’. Signed with initials and dated, 1955. 28x40cms. Support sheet: 32.5x50cms. £1,500.
NEWCOMBE Peter (b.1943) ‘February Afternoon’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1976. 30x25 inches. £1500.
NICHOLSON Sir William (1872-1949) ‘The Foundling / Night’. Pencil. Signed and inscribed. 6x8.5 inches. Framed: 14.25x16 inches. £1250.
NICOLLE Victor Jean (1754-1826) ‘Vue dela rue de la (? Pataccia) des Coupoles de Notre Dame de Lorete / du nom Marie* et de la Colonna Traiana a Rome’ (sic).* Santissimo Nome de Maria al Foro Traiano. Pen, brush and ink. Indistinctly inscribed by the artist. Provenance: Album of drawings by Nicolle with A and H c.1978. 4x6 inches. £1500.
NIXON John (c.1755-1818) ‘In the Louvre Gallery’, Paris.
Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated 1814. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester.
5.75x4.5 inches. Framed: 13x12 inches. £2500.
NIXON John (c.1755-1818) Possibly Brielle ‘Setting off for Rotterdam – with a representation of the Post Waggon’ Figures identified (l to r) ‘Shanks (Legg’s servant). Turgo. W.L (William Legg) G.N. (George Nixon) J.N. (John Nixon).
Ink. Inscribed, signed and dated 1784.
Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester.
GILL Colin (1892-1940) ‘English Spearman’. Red and black chalks. Signed and inscribed 'English Spearman / 'Alfred and the Danes' / St Stephens Hall' and dedicated on the original mount 'To Mr and Mrs homer St Gaudens'. Study for 'King Alfred’s Longships Defeat the Danes, 877', St Stephens Hall, Palace of Westminster, 1925-1927. 4.75x4 inches. Framed: 15x13 inches. £1,950
NIXON John (c.1755-1818) 'Paris', at the Opera. Pen, ink an watercolour. Signed and dated, 1802. Provenance: Hospital de la Providence (French Hospital), Rochester.
5x4 inches. £2500
GOODALL John Strickland (1908-1996) A Thank You. Ink and watercolour to the artist’s writing paper headed ‘Lawn Cottage, Tisbury’. 8.75x6.75 inches. £1500
GOODWIN Albert R.W.S. (1845-1932) Zermatt Valley, St Nicholas by moonlight. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Maas Gallery. 10.25x14.25 inches. Framed: 19x22.5 inches. £1850.
ODLE Alan Elsden (1888-1948)
Study for Voltaire’s ‘Candide’. Pencil related to Odle’s illustrations for Voltaire’s ‘Candide’, published 1922. Ex. Collection: Victor Arwas. 12x17.25 inches. Framed: 24x28 inches. £2250
GRANGER-TAYLOR Edith (1887-1958) ‘The Police Raid’. Pastel. 1933. Exhibited: Gillian Jason Gallery, 1989 9.5x12.5 inches. Framed: 16x18.5 inches. £1600
GRANT Duncan L.G. (1885-1978) A seated couple. Pencil. Signed. Circa 1930. 7.5x6 inches. Framed: 14.25x12 inches. £1100.
GREAVES Walter (1846-1930)
Chelsea: corner of Duke Street and Beaufort Place.
GRIMM Samuel Hieronymus (1733-1794) ‘S.W. view of Corfe Castle from Weymouth Road’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed verso. Exhibited: Spink. 4x7.25 inches. £1100
GRISET Ernest (1844-1907) The clay pipe. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. Circa 1870. Signed. 23x18 inches. £1500
PIPER John (1903-1992) Brunswick Terrace. Etching and aquatint for ‘Brighton Aquatints’, one of 200 impressions. 8.25x10.75 inches. Framed: 17x19.25 inches. £1,100
PLANCKH Viktor (1904-1941) ‘Vietri sul Mare’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1933. 11x13.5 inches. £2250.
PROCKTOR Patrick R.A. (1936-2003)
‘Dogana’, Venice December fog. TS.32.
Aquatint. 1972. Artist’s proof printed by James Collyer and John Crossley of J. C.Editions at Alecto Studios. Signed.
PROCTOR Ernest A.R.A. (1886-1935) ‘Ypres / Cloth Hall, Town Gate / Ruins of Cathedral’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed. Painted in October 1918. 9.5x12.5 inches. £1750.
PROUT Samuel O.W.S. (1783-1852)
A Cornish Manor.
Watercolour. Circa 1815. Signed.