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HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Autumn: Deaths and Entrances’. Oil on board. 1983. 24x48 inches. Framed: 31x55 inches. £2750
ARMFIELD Maxwell R.W.S. (1881-1972) ‘The Shells remain’. Tempera on card. Signed. 12.75x10 inches. Framed: 16.75x14 inches. £3750.
FIELDING Anthony Vandyke Copley P.O.W.S. (1787-1855) ‘Squally Weather’. Watercolour. Signed. 24.5x36 inches. £3000.
GURNEY Richenda (1782-1855) (Mrs Francis Cunningham) ‘Sketches by Richenda Cunningham at Torquay & its neighbourhood in April & May 1854, Vol.1.’ 37 drawings and watercolour including views of Torquay (10), Teignmouth (4), Babbicombe (2), Watcombe (5), Ansteys Cove (3) , Paignton (1), Cockington( 2) Chelstone, (2) and eight others all inscribed and dated. A daughter of the Norwich banker and Quaker John Gurney she was a sister of Elizabeth Fry, sister-in-law of the Abolitionist Thomas Fowell-Buxton (MP for Weymouth until 1839) and wife of George Borrow’s patron Rev. Francis Cunningham. She had drawing lessons from John Crome and Henry Bright and published ‘The Architectural Antiquities of Great Britain’ at the age of 27. The Album 10.5x14.75 inches. £4750.CLICK HERE TO VIEW
LE BAS Edward R.A. (1904-1966) Raymond Mortimer writing in his Study at The Bothy, Culham Court, Henley-on-Thames. Oil on panel. Painted between 1948-1950. Provenance: Raymond Mortimer to Paul Hyslop to Jack Lander (His Sale Christies 21.11.2003 lot 54). 10x14 inches. Framed: 18x14 inches. £4000.
ANDREWS George Henry (1816-1898) London: A proposal (unrealised) for a Steamboat Pier at Temple on the Victoria Embankment (1865-1870), with Blackfriars Bridge downstream. Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated (18)65. 8.5x17 inches. £2750.
WHITE Ethelbert R.W.S. N.E.A.C. (1891-1972) ‘The Gitano’. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1920. Signed. Inscribed verso and with Artist’s Estate Stamp inscribed ‘No.21’. 14x11.5 inches. £2850.
CLEVELEY John Jnr (1747-1786) Portugal; Lisbon, the Placa do Comercio. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Prov: An album of watercolours and drawings executed during Cleveley’s voyage to Portugal in July-December 1775; Sothebys, November, 1983. Exh: John Cleveley Jnr’s Voyage to Portugal, 1775, A&H, Jan 1984. 11x19 inches. £2750
BATTERSBY Martin (1814-1982) ‘Monsieur’. Oil on card. Exhibited: Arthur Jeffress (his label). Framed by K J Bredon, Brighton. 16x18 to include the trompe l’oeil border. Framed: 19.5x22 inches. £3000.
BLAKE Sir Quentin (b.1932) ‘A lift into town’. Watercolour and crayon. Signed. Exhibited: No. 195, ‘Quentin Blake’, Beetles Gallery, 2000. 20x28.5 inches. Framed:31x39 inches £3750.
ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) A WWII Operations Room, possibly Italy. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1943. Signed. 6x8.5 inches £3250.
AITCHISON Craigie R.A. R.S.A. (1926-2000) Life drawings from a black model. Pencil. Signed, inscribed ‘Drawings of a Negro Model’ by the artist and dated, 1965. 13.75x20 inches. Framed: 19x25 inches. £2750.
MACKINNON Sine (1901-1996)
Paris, the rue Mouffetard and Eglise Saint Medard.
Oil on canvas. Circa 1935. Signed.
21x25 inches. Framed: 23x27 inches.
HOLLOWAY Edgar R.E. (1914-2008) ‘Warwick Lane’ E.C. Pencil and watercolour. 1943. Signed. 14.25x10.75 inches. Framed: 21x16.5 inches. £2750.VIEW FRAMED
MARATKA Josef (1874-1937)
‘Raněný Čechoslavák’ (Wounded Czechoslovak).
Snake-stone. Signed and dated, 1920. Dedicated on the plinth to ‘Pan Presidentu / T. H. Masarykovi / 18 Cervna 1920’; Tomáš
Garrigue Masaryk (1850-1937), President of the Czechoslovak Republic.
Bust: 10.5x7x9 inches. Base: 4x5.75x6.75 inches. £4500
SCHWABE Randolph N.E.A.C. R.W.S. (1885-1948) ‘Conversation Piece, Donegal’. Oil on canvas. Signed. Inscribed label. Exh: N.E.A.C. Spring/Summer 1914. 17x21 inches. £3250.
With thanks to Gill Clarke for her help in cataloguing this picture.
SIMS Charles R.A. (1873-1928) ‘Dawn' over the battlefields of Vimy, Loos, Mons, Trones…; a design for Tapestry. Pencil, ink and gouache. Circa 1919. Inscribed. Inscribed and signed (remains) verso. 13x16 (to include border). £3750.
Sims made designs for the War Memorial Tapestry Guild which were exhibited at Agnews in 1919. Another tapestry design titled 'Dawn' is in the collection of Northumbira University (GB3025 -1-4-61).
With thanks to Gillian Forrester for kindly drawing our attention to Sims' tapestry work, and the Northumbria sheet, with reference to Jane Cobourne's 2011 PHD Thesis on Sims' Materials and Techniques.
WHISTLER Rex (1905-1944) ‘Medusa’. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1926. 8.25x5.5 inches. £3000.
FARNY Henry Francois (French/American 1847-1916)
Vesuvius from the Bay. Oil on canvas laid on card. Signed and indistinctly dated. Farny studied in Europe 1867-1870. Inscribed verso ‘Estate of Daniel Henry Farny / Stockton California 1987’. Daniel Henry Farny the artist’s son (1908-1981) lived at Stockton and his wife still lived there in 1986.
8.5x14.75 inches. £2750
GAUDIER-BRZESKA Henri (1891-1915) ‘Standing Male Nude (Horace Brodzky)’. Pen and ink. Circa 1913. Exhibited: No.40 ‘The London group, (1913-1939)’, Millfield School, 1995, lent by Andrew Dunn. Gillian Jason Gallery. 15x9 inches. Framed:19.5x14.25 inches. £2750.
ANON. 18th Century Boreas and Erithyia Pen, brush and ink. Exhibited: Colnaghi, as by Jean Baptiste Deshayes (1729-1765) Inscribed/ ?Signed on the original mount. 15.25x9.75 inches. Framed: 21x15.25 inches. £3750.VIEW FRAMED
DODD Francis R.A. N.E.A.C. R.P. R.W.S. (1874-1949) Charles Hazlewood Shannon R.A. (1863-1937) Chalks on prepared paper. Signed and dated, 1905. A companion portrait of Shannon’s partner Charles Ricketts is in the British Museum (Acc.No. 1940,0210.7) (not illustrated) 11.5x8.5 inches. £3000.VIEW FRAMED
James Leakey (1775-1865) Charles Baring Wall (1795-1853) with his pony. Oil on panel. Circa 1805. Prov: By family descent to Major-General Mark Bond (1922-2017). 13.5x11 inches. Framed: 22x19 inches. £3000VIEW FRAMED.
SCHMOLLE Stella ’Careless Lives’; a WW2 army film propaganda film show. Pencil, ink and watercolour. Signed. 9x14 inches. £4500.
BADMIN Stanley Roy R.W.S. R.E. (1906-1989) ‘Cheyne Row’. Etching. Artist’s Proof. Signed and inscribed. Also inscribed by the artist ‘ ‘Artist trial on tinted laid paper / Published by 21 Gallery W1. Ed. 50 exhibited R.E. and R.A. 1935 / Plate was steel faced at about 30/ Cheyne Row, Chelsea, build by Lord Cheyne in 1780. 5.75x6 inches. £2750.
Hugh Douglas Hamilton (1740-1808)
‘Susan, Countess of Westmorland’, née Lady Susan Gordon. Pastels. Signed
and dated, 1772. Signed and inscribed verso by the artist, ‘Susan, Countess of Westmorland / 1772, W D Hamilton Delt’. Prov: The sitter’s daughter, Lady Mary Fludyer, née Fane; Sir John Fludyer 5th Bt.; his sister Katherine, Mrs Henry Finch, and by descent. Lit: Neil Jeffares Dictionary of Pastellists before 1800, J.375.19725. 9.75x7.75 inches. Framed: 14x12 inches. £4750Click here to view large framed photo.Click here for the inscription
RICHARDS Ceri (1903-1971)
‘Lion Hunt’: study for the ‘Lion Hunt’ series, 1962-63.
Gouache. Signed and dated, 1962. Inscribed to ‘to Noel’ (Noel Barber)
9x11 inches. Framed: 20x25 inches
HENNELL Thomas R.W.S. (1903-1945) Winter landscape – view from Hennell’s cottage. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1938. Signed. Inscribed verso ‘Packing Cherries’. 11.75x18.5 inches. Framed: 19.5x25.75 inches. £2750
ROTHENSTEIN Michael R.A. (1908-1993)
Recto: Reclining Nude. Pen, brush and sepia ink. Signed and dated, 1938. Verso: John Rothenstein (1901-1992) with two students. Ink and watercolour. 15.5x22.5 inches. Framed: 22x28.5 inches. £2750
HESKETH HUBBARD Eric (1892-1957)
The London Trader, Hastings’ under snow.
Oil on card. Circa 1950. Signed.
12x24 inches. Framed: 30x18 inches.
SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) ‘Full credit shall be given for every shot that can be distinctly seen …’. Pen and ink. Inscribed by the artist. Drawn for an ICI/Kynoch Division shotgun cartridge advertisement. Circa 1960. 8x9.5 inches. £2750
SERRES Dominic R.A. (1722-1793) Monte Argentario from the sea. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. Dated, 1784. Signed with initials and inscribed. £2750.
The Paul Hyslop Photograph Album 11 photographs c.1904-1970, compiled by Architect / Bloomsbury Associate / Monuments Man, Geddes (AKA Paul) Hyslop (1901-1988). CLICK HERE
JAMIESON Alexander I.S. R.O.I (1873-1937)
‘On the Atlantic, seen from the Ayrshire Coast’.
Oil on panel. Signed and indistinctly dated ‘1917’(or?19). Inscribed and signed verso.
13x16 inches. Framed: 18.5x21.25 inches.
SHORE Captain Frederick William John (1844-1916) ‘The first glimpse of the Vale of Kashmir from the tonga road at Baramulla’, Kashmir. Oil 0n canvas. Signed and dated, 1892. Inscribed 0n the stretcher. 12.75x24 inches. Original frame available. £3000
SHORE Captain Frederick William John (1844-1916) ‘Flotilla at Baramulla’, Kashmir. Oil 0n canvas. Signed and dated, 1892. Inscribed 0n stretcher. 12.75x24 inches. Original frame available. £3000
BUCK Adam (1759-1833) Girl on a terrace. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1807. Exhibited: Colnaghi as ‘A Girl smelling Geraniums’. 8.75x6 inches. Framed: 16x13 inches. £2500.
JONES Fred Cecil (1891-1956) Yorkshire ‘Micklethwaite, Bingley’. Watercolour. Circa 1835. Signed an inscribed. 10.5x13.5 inches. £2750.
KHMELUK Vasyl (1903-1986) ‘Cottage and Garden’, possibly at Tavers in the Loiret Oil on canvas. Signed. Circa 1936. Exhibited: Storran Gallery, November 1938, to Sir Michael Sadler, University College, Oxford. Redfern Gallery, March 1944. 18x24 inches. Framed: 25x31 inches. £3000.
SOLOMON Simeon (1840-1905)
Pencil on card. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1886.
We are grateful to Dr Colin Cruise for confirming this work.
SQUIRRELL Leonard R.W.S. (1893-1979)
‘The Foundry, Eagle Works, Ipswich’. Chalk and watercolour. Signe and dated, 1939. 11.5x19 inches. Framed: 21x29 inches.
James Leakey (1775-1865) (Traditionally attributed to)
Charles Baring Wall (1795-1853).
Oil on panel. Circa 1805.
Prov: Major-General Mark Bond (1922-2017).
13.5x11 inches. Framed: 22x19 inches. £3000Click here to view large framed photo.
STRANG William R.A. R.E. (1859-1921)
Portrait of a Boy.
Red, white and black chalks on tinted paper. Signed and dated, 1903.
15x10 inches. Framed:25.5x19.5 inches.
£3000. Framed Photo
CLIFFORD Edward (1844-1907)
Oil on card. Signed, inscribed and dated, ’10.4.97’.
10.75 inchesx4.25 inches. Framed: 16.5x10 inches.
COWIE James R.S.A. R.W.S. (1886-1956)
‘Still-life with gloves, glass and book’.
Black chalk and watercolour. Circa 1930. Ex.Coll: Bet Low (1924-2007), ‘Bet Low Trust / From the Studio of Bet Low / BLT1 – 104’ stamp verso of backing. Exhibited: ‘James Cowie’, Bourne Fine Art, December 1987. Exhibited: Roger Billcliffe Gallery.
8.25x11 inches. Framed: 19x21.5 inches.
£3950. Framed Photo
LEWIS John Frederick R.A. P.O.W.S. (1805-1876) The Rhine. ‘Lorley (sic. Lorelei) Rock’. Watercolour and gouache. Inscribed by the artist and painted during his first European trip in 1827. 5.5x8 inches. £3500
TAVENER William (1703-1772)
Exhibited: Albany Gallery, 1986 Exhibition, No.1. 13x18 inches. Framed: 22x26 inches.
TOWNE Charles (1763-1840)
Groom and Horses
Oil on panel. Signed. Label verso inscribed ‘Genelacre / Captain’s Office / No.1’.
6x8 inches. Framed: 8.25x10.25 inches.
DE WINT Peter O.W.S. (1784-1849) Half-timbered farmhouse. Watercolour. Circa 1830. 9x12.5 inches. Framed: 16.5x20 inches. £4,000
DODD Joseph Josiah (1809-1894)
‘The West front of Milan Cathedral’.
Ink and watercolour over some etched line. Signed and inscribed.
26.25x21.25 inches. Framed: 28x43 inches.
WEATHERILL George (1810-1890)
Shipping off Whitby.
Watercolour. Circa 1870.
WHITELAW George (1887-1957)
‘Hot Dogs’ at a ‘Bottle Party’ at Nevinsons’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Extensively inscribed beneath the mount with identities. Stamped ‘Bystander’ and numbered ‘1310’ verso. 17x25.75 inches. Framed: 23.5x32 inches. £4500
FORREST Thomas Theodosius (1728-1784) Windsor Castle from the river. Watercolour. Exhibited: Spink (K3 9957) 13.75x20.75 inches. Framed: 23x29 inches. £3250.
WOOD Christopher (1901-1930)
Seated Dancer, Paris.
Pencil. Circa 1926. Provenance: Redfern Gallery.
23x18 inches. Framed: 25x20 inches.
£3750. Framed Photo
NICHOLSON Francis O.W.S. (1753-1844) Wiganthorpe Hall, Yorkshire. As enlarged to designs by John Carr for William Garforth circa 1780. Demolished in 1955. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1792. 12x16.5 inches. Framed: 22x26.5 inches. £2750
PALMER Samuel (1805-1881) ‘The Early Ploughman’ (L.E.9). Etching. 1881. Initialed ‘F.S.’ ‘M.H.’ ‘F.L.G.’ An impression from the 1926 edition printed by F. L. Griggs and marked with his triangle bottom left margin and initialed by Frank Short, Martin Hardie and F. L. Griggs. 131x198 mm. £3000.