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ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) ‘Frosty Morning: The Church across the Moors’. Oil on card. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated, February 1949 verso. 10.5x14 inches. Framed: 16.25x19.755 inches. £5750.
HERKOMER Sir Hubert C.V.O. R.A. (1849-1914) A Rabbi at prayer. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1891. 42x28 inches. £6750.
CLARK John Cosmo R.A. (1897-1967) ‘A stokes gun class at Akaba’. Oil/canvas. Signed. Provenance: Works from the Studios of Jean Clark RWS and the late Cosmo Clark RWS, Bankside Gallery, 1983. no.100. Ill: T.E. Lawrence, Revolt in the Desert. Exhibited: T. E. Lawrence: Lawrence of Arabia, 1988. National Portrait Gallery. 19.5x15 inches. Framed: 18.75x23 inches. £5750.CLICK HERE to view framed.
LAMBERT George Washington A.R.A. (1872-1930) ‘Liphook’. Oil on board. Signed. Inscribed verso ‘Actually painted during a picnic at Churt, of K M Shuffrey & children & Lambert’. Lambert frequently stayed with the painter Kathleen Shuffrey at her cottage at nearby Liphook and the painting shows her and her children Elizabeth, Helen and Leonard. Exhibited: Goupil Gallery. Provenance: Leonard Shuffrey (1908-2001) 14.25x17.25 inches. Framed: 18x20.75 inches. £6750.
POTTER Mary (1900-1981) ‘Burnt Hedge’. Oil on canvas. 1967. Exhibited: The New Art Centre. 24x20 inches. Framed: 29x25 inches. £6750.CLICK HERE to view framed.
BRETT John A.R.A. (1830-1902) Cornwall, possibly Newtrain Bay. Oil on card. Inscribed with the brush handle ‘XIX Aug. 1897’. Payne/Brett: pp.240-1, ‘John Brett’ record that Brett was painting at ‘Cataclew Point, Trevone’, Cornwall on the 17th August, and detail five other paintings of Trevone painted during August, as well as two of Trevose Head and one of Newtrain Bay. 9.75x17 inches. Framed: 14x21.5 inches. £6000.
KERRICH Thomas (1748-1828) ‘William Boycatt M.A. / Fellow of Caius College Cambridge / T.Kerrich delin: / Magdalen College, Cambridge / June 12 1781’. Chalks. Signed and inscribed verso. 37x28.3 cms. 47.5x39cms. £15,000
LABRUZZI Carlo (1748-1817) ‘Ponte antico fuori di Molo (sic. Mola di Gaeta) dove passa la Via Appia / Gaeta nella distanza 16’; (‘Ancient bridge outside Molo (sic) where the Via Appia passes, Gaeta in the distance’). Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. c.1789-1793. Inscribed and numbered ‘196’. Watermark: Beehive within a shield. Possibly manufactured by J. Honig and Zoonen. See Heawood Nos.54-57. Provenance: Commissioned by Sir Richard Colt Hoare (1758-1838) in 1789; with Messrs. Palmer (Print Sellers at 163 Strand London) by February 1794; whereabouts unknown until rediscovered in London during WWII bound into one of four albums of Labruzzi’s Appian Way watercolours; John Manning (Bond Street), 1960; Karl & Faber Auctioneers, May 1977, Lot 680. Exhibited: John Manning, Carlo Labruzzi (1748-1817) An Exhibition of Fine Watercolour Drawings of The Appian Way, 9th June – 16th July 1960, Cat. No.89.
41.5x55cms. Framed: 59x74.5cms. £7500. VIEW FRAMED MORE INFO - CLICK HERE
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.
FORAIN Jean-Louis (1852-1931) In Court. Oil on canvas. Circa 1905. Signed. 24x29 inches. Framed: 31x36 inches. £6750.VIEW FRAMED
MAITLAND Paul (1863-1909) ‘Kensington Gardens, Cloudy Day’. Oil on panel. Signed. Exhibited: No.37, ‘Exhibition of Works by Paul Maitland’, Leicester Galleries, November, 1962, bought by ‘Mrs R.Pinto’. 4.25x7.75 inches. £5500.VIEW FRAMEDVIEW VERSO
FANTIN-LATOUR Henri (1836-1904) ‘Study for the portrait of Mlle Dubourg’. Pencil on blue/grey paper. Dated ‘28 Mai -82’. Artist’s stamp. Exhibited: No.12 ‘Exhibition of works by H. Fantin-Latour’, Leicester Galleries, October, 1927, where bought by ‘Dr Tait’. The Exhibition was of drawings from the Estate of the artist’s widow (d.1926). A study related to the artist’s portrait of his sister-in-law Charlotte Dubourg (1850-1921), 1882, oil on canvas, Musee d’Orsay. Paper: 224x145 mm. Mount window: 218x137 mm. Framed: 475x380 mm £6750.CLICK HERE to view the Musee d'Orsay Painting
BURRA Edward (1905-1976) Painting the hull: three men. Compositional pencil study. Similar study verso. Estate Stamp in red. Provenance: Burra Estate (Lady Ritchie) Sale, Sotheby’s, 3.7.2002. 19x25 inches. Framed: 34.5x28 inches. £6750.VIEW FRAMED VIEW VERSO
ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) Olive Grove at Deia (Deya), Mallorca. Oil on canvas. Circa 1970. Provenance: Christies 20.10.2005 from estate of the artist’s executor, Ian Tregarthen Jenkin (1920-2004). Exhibited: No.9: ‘John Aldridge’, Abbott and Holder Ltd, 2006. The artist spent many summers with Robert Graves at Deya. 25x29.75 inches. Framed: 30.5x35.25 inches. £11,000.VIEW FRAMED
WILSON STEER Philip O.M. (1860-1942) 'A distant view of Brill, Buckinghamshire' Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1923. Exhibited: No.63, ‘P Wilson Steer’ Exhibition, March Aril 1924, Goupil Gallery. Bought by Mr Frank Simpson and given to Miss Diana Walton. Lit: Laughton ‘P.Wilson Steer’, cat.no 590, p.155. Prov: Mr Frank Simpson to Diana Walton (Mrs Hamond). 17.5x25.5 inches. £6750.VIEW FRAMED
Maggi Hambling CBE (b.1945)
‘War Requiem II: Victim’.
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 2015.
Exh: Bohun Gallery.
12x10 inches. £6750Click here to view the verso.
HAMBLING Maggi C.B.E. (b.1945)
Oil on canvas. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘2008-9’ verso. Exhibited: The Wills Lane Gallery.
ROBERTS David R.A. (1796-1864) Rome: San Francesco Romano and the Arch of Titus. Watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Colnaghi. 7.25x10.25 inches. Framed: 15.25x17.75 inches. £6750.
ROOKER Michael Angelo A.R.A. (1746-1801)
Oxford: a stonemason’s yard and the Chapel of Merton College from Corpus Christi.
Oil on canvas. Circa 1775. Patrick Connor, author of ‘Michael Angelo Rooker A.R.A. 1746-1801’ (V and A, 1984) has kindly confirmed the authenticity of the painting, 28.11.2018. Exhibited John Mitchell & Son 1961 then a private collection to 2016.
23x28 inches. Framed: 27x32.5 inches.
SEAGO Edward R.W.S. (1910-1974) ‘The Cheese Market,Hoorn’, Holland. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: Colnaghi. 10.5x14.75 inches. Framed: 19.5x23 inches. £5500.
LE BRUN Christopher P.R.A. (b.1951) ‘Study for Fafner’. Oil/canvas. 1993-94. Exh: Marlborough Fine Art. 19.75x27.5 inches. £7250
KERRICH Thomas (1748-1828) ‘Richard Hey Esq (1745-1835) of Middle Temple...'. Black and red chalks. Signed, inscribed and dated verso (recorded on the backing): 'Richard Hey Esq of Middle Temple A.M. Fellow of Sidney Sussex College (Originally of Magdalen College) Cambridge. Thomas Kerrich Fellow of Magdalen College in ye same University del.1776 April'. 15x11 inches. Framed: 20x16.5 inches. £9,250
LEAR Edward (1812-1888) Egypt; 'Road by the Nile, Sunset'. Watercolour. Mono grammed by the artist. 6x10 inches. Framed: 13x17.5inches. £14,000
LEIGHTON Frederick, Lord. P.R.A. (1830-1896)
Studies for ‘Romola’: ‘The Visible Madonna’ and ‘A Dangerous Colleague’.
Black and white chalks. 1862. George Eliot’s ‘Romola’ was first published in serial form in 14 editions of the Cornhill Magazine between 1862-1863. The 25 drawings and 14 decorated initials were drawn by Leighton and (these two) engraved by Joseph Swain and William James Linton.
Ex. Collection Christopher Fry (1907-2005)
CONDER Charles N.E.A.C. (1868-1909) Capriccio: Spring and Sea. Oil/panel. Circa 1905. Prov: William Rothenstein, his grand-daughter. 12.75x16 inches. £5,750
COSWAY Richard R.A. (1742-1821) Portrait of Sarah Ley (b.c.1771), Mrs Richard Tickell from 1789. Pencil and watercolour. Engraved 1791 by Jean Conde (1765-1794). Exhibited: The Royal Academy, 'Winter Exhibition', 1954-55, no.504; The National Portrait Gallery, 'The Masque of Beauty', 1972, no.56. Arched 9x5.5 inches. Framed: 19x14.5 inches. £8750.
LOWRY Laurence Stephen R.B.A. R.A. (1887-1976)
Richmond Hill, Salford. Pencil. Signed with initials and dated, 1925. Inscribed verso ‘ Richmond Hill / Salford / 1925’. Framer’s label: ‘Intermountain Art Company, Salt Lake City’ label verso. Provenance: William Bates (1918-2012); Sotheby’s 3/11/82, lot 145, where acquired by the present owner as an after sale purchase. Literature: A larger, later version of this drawing, in the City Art Gallery, Salford, is reproduced in Mervyn Levy, The Drawings of L. S. Lowry: Public and Private, Plate 80. The Salford City Art Gallery drawing is signed and inscribed ‘L. S. Lowry 1957 from an old sketch, 1925’. 7x5 inches. Framed: 12x9.75 inches. £40,000 (Plus £1600 ARR) CLICK FOR MORE INFORMATION and PHOTOS
Joan Manning-Sanders (1913-2002)
‘Young Andrew’, Sennen*. Oil on canvas. 1927. Signed. Prov: Artist’s
Estate. Exh: Brook Street Art Gallery; Penlee House, A forgotten prodigy:
Joan Manning-Sanders, Nov. 2011. Lit: Drawings and Paintings by Joan Manning
Sanders, Faber & Faber, 1929, p.121 and plate IX. 20x16 inches. £5750
*The subject worked as a mason on the Manning-Sanders' house, Esther’s Field, Maria’s Lane, Sennen.
FORAIN Jean Louis (1852-1931)
‘La Chambre de la Bonne’.
Oil on canvas. Circa 1895. Exhibited: O’Hana Gallery. Accompanied by a Certificate of Authenticity stamped, signed and dated, ‘Andre Schoeller, 24th June 1953’.
26x21.25 inches. Framed: 30x26 inches.
NEWTON Algernon R.A. (1880–1968) ‘Downshire Hill’, Hampstead. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1934. Signed and inscribed on stretcher ‘Downshire Hill / 1, Parkhill Studios NW3’. 18x30 inches. Framed: 22x34 inches. £70,000 (Plus £2,600 ARR) CLICK FOR MORE PHOTOS
GRUAU Rene (1909-2004) ‘Remember these for…’ Brush and ink fashion illustration. Circa 1960. Inscribed ‘Left page’ by the artist. 17.75x12.75 inches. The Pair: £5250.
GRUAU Rene (1909-2004) ‘…next Spring’. Brush and ink fashion illustration. Circa 1960. Signed and inscribed ‘Right page’ by the artist. 17.75x12.75 inches. The Pair £5250.