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1. BROOKS Marjorie (1904-1980) (Lady Holford)
Oil on panel. 13x16 inches.
2. BEER Richard (b.1928)
Oil on canvas. Signed.
3. BRATBY Jean (1927-2008)
‘Chalk and Flint’, Birling Gap.
Oil on canvas. Signed, inscribed and dated 1965 verso.
10x12 inches. Framed: 15x17.5 inches.
4. FIELD Maurice (1905-1988)
Oil on canvas. Signed. Provenance: Sir Lawrence Gowing, and by descent. 18x14 inches.
5. CHURCHILL John Spencer (1909-1992)
‘View from Portofino’.
Oil on canvas. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1935.
16x20 inches. Framed: 23x27 inches.
6. DUNLOP Ronald Ossory (1894-1973)
Oil on board. Signed. Dated verso 1948.
18x13.5 inches. Framed: 24.5x20 inches.
7. GREENHAM Peter R.A. (1909-1992)
‘A Cold Day In August’.
Oil on board. Signed.
9.5x13.25 inches. Framed: 12.25x16.25 inches.
8. HANLEY Liam (b.1932)
Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1960.
9. MARKS Grete Heymann Loebenstein (1899-1990)
‘Snowdrops and freesias; South Norwood Lake’, from the artist’s house.
Oil on card. Circa 1955. Provenance: the artist’s daughter. Exhibited: No.23 ‘Post War Oil Paintings by Grete Marks’, Abbott and Holder, 2007.
17x24 inches. Framed: 23x30 inches.
10. REITLINGER Gerald (1900-1978)
A Camden Town sofa.
Oil on card. Reitlinger Estate Stamp verso.
13x17 inches. Framed: 20x23.5 inches.
ROBB Brian (1913-1979) Fifteen paintings 1955-1965. CLICK TO VIEW
11. METHUEN Paul, Lord R.A. (1886-1974)
‘York Gate’, Regents Park.
Oil on board. Inscribed and dated by the artist, 6th April, 1940. Exhibited: Leicester Galleries, 1940.
15x21 inches. Framed: 21x27 inches.
12. STUDD Arthur (1863-1919)
A Breton Market.
Oil on panel. Exhibited: No.21, ‘Arthur Studd’, Magdalene Street Gallery, Cambridge, Feb-March 1867, to M J Steward.
8.75x6.25 inches. Framed: 13x10.5 inches.
13. SIMON Jacques (1875-1965)
The banks of a French river.
Oil on board. Indistinctly inscribed. Signed verso.
5.5x8.75 inches. Framed: 7x10 inches.
14. TODD Arthur Ralph Middleton R.A. R.W.S. (1891-1966)
Oil on board. With a certificate of authenticity from the Artist’s Executor.
Exhibited: Fosse Gallery, 1998. 14x11 inches. Framed: 18x15 inches.
15. WEBSTER Thomas R.A. (1800-1886)
‘Children with ?Monstera’.
Oil on card. Signed and inscribed on the original backing.
4.75x6.25 inches. Framed: 11x12.5 inches.
16. WHEATLEY Grace N.E.A.C. (1888-1970)
‘The China Cupboard’.
Oil on panel. Signed. Painted circa 1910. Exhibited: R.A. 1941.
17. WOOD Frank (1904-1985)
Back gardens, Co.Durham.
Tempera on canvas. Signed and dated, 1946.
GENERAL WATERCOLOURS AND DRAWINGS
18. BIRD Edward (1771-1819) (Subject) Anon.
A portrait of the Bristol artist.
Pencil, brush and grey washes. Circa 1815.
19. ANON. Dutch Hand. Circa 1800.
Watercolour. Inscribed ‘Valois’ on label verso and from the Circle of Jean Francois Valois (1778-1853).
20. BEAUMONT Lady (nee Margaret Willes, wife of Sir George Beaumont 7th Bt)
Study after Zoffany's 'Parsons, Bransby and Watkyns in a Scene from Lethe' (Birmingham Museums).
Pencil. Signed and dated, 1806.
21. BEAUCLERK Lady Diana (1734-1808)
A rural meeting.
Watercolour and varnish. ?Original verre eglomisee mount and frame.
15.25x11.5 inches. Framed: 22.75x19 inches.
22. BEATON Sir Cecil C.B.E. (1904-1980)
Photograph, Signed. Dedicated on the original mount by the actress to William xx
23. BEAUCLERK Lady Diana (1734-1808)
A woodland Grotto.
Watercolour and varnish. ?Original verre eglomise mount and frame.
15.25x11.5 inches. Framed: 22.75x19 inches.
24. COATES Tom P.P.R.B.A. P.P.N.E.A.C. (b.1941)
‘The Lute Players’.
Chalk on red paper. Signed.
8x10.75 inches. Framed: 16x18.5 inches.
25. ANON. ‘?A Clarke Esq’. Circa 1830.
‘The old garde(?ner) / Lord Wingfi(?elds)’
Pencil. Indistinctly signed and inscribed.
26. BECKER Harry (1865-1928)
Pencil study. Circa 1910.
27. DEVIS Anthony (1729-1816)
Pen and ink. Circa 1790
28. BROWN Neil Dallas (1938-2003)
Pencil and gouache. 1977. Signed.
COTMAN John Sell O.W.S. (1782-1842) (Circle of) Six studies in pencil and in wash. CLICK TO VIEW
29. CORBOULD Richard (1757-1831)
Ink and monochrome wash preliminary to an engraved illustration. Circa 1790. Ex. Collection: John Hewett (1795-1964) of Leamington Spa.
3x2.5 inches (oval).
30. CONYERS Matilda (c.1698-1793)
‘A species of balsam’.
Gouache on vellum. Exhibited: No.31, ‘Botanical paintings on vellum by Matilda Conyers and Henrietta Conyers, Copped Hall, Essex’, Abbott and Holder 1997.
31. DANCE George Jnr. R.A. (1741-1825)
Profile of James Hall.
Pencil. We recently had another study of this boy which was signed, inscribed and dated, July 2nd 1791 (image available).
32. HENDERSON Elsie (1880-1967) (Baroness de Coudenhove)
Ink and chalks. Exhibited: No.52 ‘Elsie Henderson: Wild Life’, Sally Hunter Fine Art, 1997.
8.5x12 inches. Framed: 18.5x15 inches.
33. EDRIDGE Henry A.R.A. (1789-1821)
Miss Bridget Holland, daughter of the architect Henry Holland and grand-daughter of Capability Brown.
Pencil, brush and watercolour washes.
10x7 inches. Framed: 18x14.5 inches.
34. GRANT Duncan L.G. (1885-1978)
Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1922.
35. 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.
36. JOHN Augustus O.M. R.A. (1878-1961)
‘Head of Tristan’.
Pen and ink. Exhibited: Lefevre Gallery.
10x7.5 inches. Framed: 18.25x15.25 inches.
37. HUTTON Dorothy (1889-1984)
Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, September 1954.
38. LAVERS, BARRAUD and WESTLAKE (Firm of) (1868-1900)
Christ the Good Shepherd.
Ink and watercolour presentation watercolour for a stained glass window.
Provenance: A Collection of Presentation watercolours by Lavers, Barraud and Westlake.
7.5x9.25 inches. Framed: 15x16.5 inches.
39. KEENE Charles (1823-1891)
‘Applicant for Cook’s place: “I’ve always been in fam’lies where the servants is kep’, M’um – which I mus’say, M’um, I likes my Rum in the Hevening”.
Pen and ink for ‘Punch’, circa 1880. Signed.
40. LORDE Elyse Ashe (1900-1971)
‘Prologue to ballet, Japanese Snow, Costume No.1’.
Ink and watercolour. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount.
41. LAPORTE John (1761-1839)
Black chalk on card with original wash lines. Inscribed/?Signed.
42. NEWTON Dorothea Warren (c.1910-c.1980)
‘The Island of the Head and the Heart’.
Ink and watercolour. Inscribed on the original label and dated, 1958. Possibly an illustration to one of her sister Monica Edwards’ books.
43. MEYER JNR Henrik de (1744-1793)
A Low Countries winter scene.
Pen, brush and grey washes. Signed and dated, 1783, verso.
44. REYNOLDS Frank (1876-1953)
“Oh Good! I see they are going to give us ‘The Ride of the Valkyre”.
Pen, brush and ink for ‘Punch’. Dated stamped verso 6th March 1941.
45. ORDE Thomas (1stLord Bolton) (1746-1807)
‘Powell Fire Eater’.
Pen and ink. Inscribed and dated, 1777. Robert Powell, was awarded a purse of gold and a large silver medal (which he is wearing) when he performed for the Royal Society in 1751. Exhibited: The Covent Garden Gallery. Ex. Coll: Christopher Hogwood. 4x3 inches.
46. ORGAN Bryan (b.1935)
‘Models: One kneeling’.
Pencil, gouache and crayon. Signed and dated, 1968. Inscribed verso by the artist.
47. PROUT Samuel O.W.S. (1783-1852)
The breaking of a hulk.
Watercolour. Circa 1815. Signed.
xx inches. Framed: inches
48. ROMNEY George (1734-1802)
Study of Prisoners, or inmates of a Lazaretto
Pencil, brush and ink. Circa 1792. Stamped ‘G Romney’. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery
49. MONRO Dr Thomas (1759-1833)
Trees, pond and village tower.
Ink stump and brush on blue paper. Provenance: Dean Foxley Norris KCVO (mother a Monro)
50. SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) (Circle of)
A coming storm.
Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Circa 1780.
51. STOTHARD Thomas (1755-1834)
‘Venus and Adonis’.
Ink and watercolour. Inscribed verso.
52. STARK James (1794-1859)
Barges on a riverbank, possibly the upper Thames.
Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1840.
53. TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989)
‘Ronald Duncan’ (1914-1982), the Writer, Poet and Librettist.
Pencil. Signed, dated 1951 and dedicated to ‘T.G.P’.
54. THORNHILL Sir James (1675-1735) (Circle of)
The Virgin in Majesty.
Pen, brush and ink. Exhibited: Spink (as Thornhill).
9x8.5 inches. Framed: 16x15 inches.
55. SPARE Austin Osman (1886-1956)
Snakes and Spirits.
10x7.5 inches. Framed: 18.75x16 inches.
56. VARLEY Cornelius F.R.S.A. (1781-1873)
A Woodland Glade.
Pencil. Signed and dated, 1803. Exhibited: The Squire Gallery. Spink.
Ex. Collections: Alfred Henry Varley, the artist’s grandson. Walter Hetherington.
57. THOMAS Bert (1883-1966)
‘1st Deckhand (on Tramp Steamer coming up the Medway) “Thank Goodness Charlie we’ve done wi’them eternal blue skies and blindin’ sunshine – the smell o’this ‘ere fog puts fresh life in yer…”
Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed, dedicated to Lawrence Binyon and dated, 1922.
58. VICKERS Alfred (1786-1868)
A fishing river.
Pencil, watercolour, gouache and scratching out.
59. WALKER Cordelia (fl.1860s)
Pencil and grey washes. A sketchbook, in which it was included, of 30 pages of figure subjects and compositions by this artist comes with this work. The sketchbook signed and dated, September 29th 1861.
Portrait: 4x4 inches (roundel). Sketchbook: 4.5x7.5 inches.
60. WALLER Pickford (1849-1930)
Sketchbook of 61 Art Deco designs on 30 leaves (and the inside back) of a Windsor and Newton sketch book.
Pen and coloured inks. Sketchbook signed and dated, 1926.
WATERCOLOURS and DRAWINGS of PARTICULAR PLACES
61. ADAMS Norman R.A. (1927-2005)
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1960.
7.5x9.5 inches. Framed: 13x14.75 inches.
62. ACKERMANN Gerald R.I. (1876-1960)
‘Assisi: San Maddigore’.
Ink and watercolour. Signed.
63. ADAMS Norman R.A. (1927-2005)
‘South Harris – Stormy Evening - Mountains and Sea’.
Watercolour. Signed, dated 1965 and inscribed.
64. ABBOTT John White (1763-1851)
Devon. ‘Northernhay, Exeter’.
Pen, brush and ink’.
Inscribed by the artist on the original attached backing.
65. ANON. Italian Hand. Circa 1830.
Milan. The tower of San Sebastiano.
Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed ‘Milan’, verso.
66. ANON. Rome. (?Scuola di Posillipo)
The Forum. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1840. Ex. Collection: Randall Davies (1866-1946)
68. ARMFIELD Maxwell (1881-1972)
Pastels. Inscribed and dated ‘8.6.(19)10’.
69. ARMOUR-CHELU Ian (1928-2000)
‘Night coming – light across the water’; San Giorgio, Venice.
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1983.
6.75x10.5 inches. Framed: 15x19 inches.
70. DUNCAN Edward R.W.S. (1803-1882)
Pencil and watercolour.
Signed, inscribed and dated, 1860.
13x20 inches. Framed: 22x28 inches.
71. BAGDATOPOULOS William Spencer R.S.A. (1884-1965)
‘Hut, Malabar Coast’.
Watercolour. Circa 1925. Signed. Inscribed verso.
72. BECKER Ferdinand (Ex Edmund) (fl.1790-1820)
Wales: ‘Near Pont y Cyffin’.
Pen, brush, ink and monochrome wash.
Inscribed and dated 1811 beneath the mount.
Provenance: From a Collection of 150 drawings of Wales from both his 1808 and his 1811 Tours.
73. BOYCE George Price (1826-1897)
‘Dorchester (on Thames), Oxfordshire’.
Watercolour. Signed and dated, July 1868.
Inscribed verso. Exhibited: Maas Gallery.
4x8.25 inches. Framed: 12.5x16.5 inches.
74. CLAUSEN Sir George R.A. (1852-1944)
An Essex sky.
Watercolour and gouache. Signed.
Ex. Collection: Lady Mann.
75. CRISTALL Joshua O.W.S. (1767-1847)
‘Near Pont Aberglasslyn’.
Pen and ink on blue paper.
Signed, inscribed and dated, 1803.
76. FLINT Robert Purves (1883-1947)
The Grand Canal, Venice.
Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1925.
9.25x13 inches. Framed: 18.5x24 inches.
77. FLINT Sir William Russell P.R.W.S. R.A. (1880-1969)
Sicily; ‘Via Belguardo, Girgenti’.
Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1913.
78. FLINT Robert Purves (1883-1947)
‘The Rialto’, Venice.
Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1925. Signed.
8.25x14.5 inches. Framed: 18.5x24 inches.
79. HAYWARD Arthur Robert N.E.A.C. R.P. (1875-1971)
Pencil and watercolour.
Signed, inscribed and dated, 1963.
10.25x14.25 inches. Framed: 22x25.25 inches.
80. FRANCIA Louis (1772-1839)
‘The Calais Fishing Fleet setting sail: Grey Morning’.
Pencil, pen and ink, and watercolour. Circa 1830. Signed.
Exhibited: Cat.No.43, illustrated, ‘Louis Francia’, Anthony Reed, October 1985.
Lit. and ill: ‘The eloquence of watercolour – the genius of Bonnington’s contemporaries’, Gerald Bauer, 2003.
4.5x7.5 inches. Framed: 13.5x15.5 inches.
81. GOODWIN Albert R.W.S. (1845-1932)
Pencil and watercolour.
Signed, inscribed and dated, 1893.
9.5x13 inches. Framed: 17.5x20.5 inches.
82. HONE Nathanial R.H.A. (1831-1917)
‘Landscape with cattle’: probably St Douloughs Park, Maheny, Co Dublin.
Watercolour. Studio stamp. Exhibited: The Dawson Gallery, Dublin.
83. HILLS Robert O.W.S. (1769-1844)
Kent. ‘Near Dover’.
Watercolour. Inscribed verso.
84. HIREMY-HIRSCHL Adolf (1860-1933)
Shades of Rome. Twelve drawings from the artist's estate. CLICK TO VIEW
85. LEITCH William Leighton R.I. (1804-1883)
‘Balmoral in Sir Robert Gordon’s time’.
Watercolour. Inscribed verso.
Inscribed on original mount ‘W.L. Leitch from Lady C Denison’s sketch’.
86. KNIGHT Dame Laura R.A. R.W.S. (1877-1970)
Race horses at the Derby
5x7 inches. Framed: 13x14 inches.
87. LABRUZZI Carlo (1747-1818)
Lago di Nemi.
Pencil on pink paper.
Exhibited (Ex.cat and in a rack): Carlo Labruzzi, Dickinson (Stock no.X15304), 2012.
15x21 inches. Framed: 21x26.5 inches.
88. LISTER Harriet (1753-1821) (Mrs Amos Green from 1796)
A Lake District waterfall.
Watercolour. Circa 1790.
9.5x14 inches. Framed: 17x21 inches.
MATANIA Fortunino R.I. (1881-1963) Great War illustrations for The Sphere 1915-1920. CLICK TO VIEW
89. LISTER Harriet (1753-1821) (Mrs Amos Green from 1796)
Lake in ?North Wales.
Watercolour. Circa 1795.
90. NIXON John (1760-1818)
‘Miss Johnsons of Loughborough. J.N. and
Jasper Atkinson at Dinner in Dove Dale, Derbyshire’.
Pencil, pen and ink. Inscribed by the artist.
Provenance: Hospital de la Providence, Rochester.
91. MAYER Luigi (1755-1803)
On the Meuse, Holland.
Watercolour and gouache. Signed ‘Luigi Mayer, Roma, disegna’.
Inscribed by the artist ‘Soborgo situate alle sponde della Mosa (Meuse) in Olanda. Copiato dal disegno originala del viaggio pittoresco del Sig.Cav. Robert Ainslie, fatto nel 1794’.
Mayer accompanied Sir Robert Ainslie (Ambassador to the Ottoman Porte from 1775-1791) on his return across Europe to Britain.
10.75x15.25 inches. Framed: 19.25x23.25 inches.
92. MUNN Paul Sandby (1773-1845)
Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, August 11th 1804.
93. POWELL Eric Walter (1886-1933)
Skye: the Cuillin Ridge.
Ex. Coll: Peter Mallalieu, Keeper of the Alpine Club’s pictures.
9x11.5 inches. Framed: 18.25x19.5 inches.
94. ROBINSON Hugh (fl.1950s)
Lincoln Castle Keep from the Watch Tower.
Crayon, pencil, ink and watercolour. Signed.
95. MYNOTT Gerald (b.1957)
Sicily. Tindari, the Church of the Madonna from above.
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1982.
96. ROSCOE S. G. William (1852-1922)
The Welsh Coast.
Watercolour. Signed and dated 1878 (and 89).
97. NICHOLL Andrew R.H.A. (1804-1886)
‘Branch of the Cup leaf Tree / Island of Ceylon / Oct.20th 1847’.
Watercolour. Signed. Dated and inscribed with a full description of the leaf verso.
Exhibited: No.163/8, ‘Watercolour drawings by the late Andrew Nicholl R.H.A. on exhibition at 55 Donegall Place, Belfast, 26th May, 1886’.
Exhibited: No.29, ‘Andrew Nicholl, The Plants of Ceylon’, Spink, August, 1981.
Nicholl held the Government appointment of teacher of drawing, painting and design at the Colombo Academy, Ceylon, from 1846-c.1849.
98. STEER Philip Wilson O.M. (1860-1942)
‘Shoreham’, a misty morning along the beach.
Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1926.
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