LIST 531



Issued 5pm 1st November

  • Aldridge R.A., John (1905 – 1983)
    Essex; At Great Bardfield. Oil on panel. Signed. Dated, ’12 Feb 51′ verso. Exhibited: Moss Galleries. 10.5×14 inches. Framed: 13×16.5 inches.
  • ANON (Eighteenth-Century)
    An eighteenth-century ceiling design. Pencil and watercolour. 7×8 inches.
  • ANON (Eighteenth-Century)
    A walled City; India? Pencil and watercolour. c.1790. Indistinctly inscribed recto. 16.5"x22" inches.
  • Archer R.W.S. R.E., Frank (1912 – 1995)
    ‘Le Tre Capitani’. Etching. Signed, titled and dated, 1938. Archer was at the RCA 1932-38, winning the Priz de Rome that year. He was at the British School at Rome until War broke out. 4.25×5 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    Portrait of a woman in a coral necklace. Oil on canvas laid on board. c.1800. 6×4.75 inches.
  • Badmin R.W.S. R.E., Stanley Roy (1906 – 1989)
    Somerset; ‘Field Corner’ (CB10); Badmin’s aunt and uncle’s field at Holcombe near Radstock. Etching. 1929. Signed and inscribed ‘Trial 2nd St.’. 4.25×6.25 inches.
  • Burney, Edward Francis (1760 – 1848)
    ‘Miss Brampton’ (or Brumpton); an actress? Pencil. Inscribed. From a sketchbook of the artist’s drawings with the Covent Garden Gallery. 7×4.5 inches.
  • Boitard, Louis Phillipe (1712 – 1758)
    A Gentleman in a Tricorn Hat. Pen, ink and watercolour. c.1745. Provenance: John Bowles (1702?-1779); Margaret Bowles; Ponsonby Shaw; Colnaghi; Leonard Duke; Spink; William Drummond. 7.5×4.5 inches.
  • Bratby R.A., John (1928 – 1992)
    The writer ‘Nell Dunn’ (b.1936). Pencil. Circa 1958. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Sandford Gallery, ‘John Bratby Retrospective’, Covent Garden, 1980. 22.25×14.75 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    ‘St Peter’s Church and Hospital Bristol’. Pen, ink and watercolour. Possibly by Alfred Montague, about whom very little is known despite the number of drawings by him in Bristol Museum. Inscribed verso. Exhibited: Frost and Reed, 1962. Provenance: ‘Rev. Canon Cartwright’, presumably the Rt Revd Richard Cartwright, Vicar of St Mary Redcliffe, Bristol from 1952 – 1972. 11.25×12.25 inches.
  • Callow R.W.S., William (1812 – 1908)
    Worcestershire; Abbot Reginald’s Gateway, Evesham. Watercolour. Signed, titled and dated, ‘Augt 19 / 59’. Exhibited: Royal Watercolour Society, 1888; Leicester Galleries, ‘Water-colours of William Callow’, 1907, Cat. No. 50. Provenance: The Artist’s Studio Sale, Christie’s, 21.03.1910, Lot 11 (together with The Interior of Whitby Abbey); Ernest Brown & Phillips Ltd; with Spink by 1943; Gerald M. Norman Gallery, London; Peppiatt Fine Art; Private Collection. 12.5×9.25 inches. Framed: 20.5×16.5 inches.
  • Chapman, George (1908 – 1993)
    South Wales; ‘House on Rocks’, near Aberfan. Etching and aquatint. 1953. Signed. One of Chapman’s first prints, made at Great Bardfield and printed on Michael Rothenstein’s Press. 7×8 inches.
  • Cox O.W.S., David (1783 – 1859)
    Wales; Moel Siabod, Snowdonia. Pencil, chalk and watercolour. c.1835. Signed. Exhibited: Messrs Gooden and Fox. 8×11 inches.
  • Cliffe, Henry (1919 – 1983)
    Abstract Composition. Pencil. c.1960. Signed. 8×9 inches.
  • D’Oyley, Sir Charles (1781 – 1845)
    River Gorge and Mountains, possibly India. Watercolour and gouache. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery. 7.5×11.25 inches.
  • Detmold, Edward Julius (1883 – 1957)
    ‘The Captive’. Etching. 1923. Editon of 100. Signed. 13.75×11.75 inches.
  • Farleigh R.E., John (1900 – 1965)
    ‘Yew Trees’. Wood-engraving. 1936. Signed, titled and editioned ‘9/10’. 6.5×4 inches.
  • Farge, Henri (1884 – 1970)
    New York; ‘Coney Island’. Etching. c.1925. Signed and editioned, ’13/50′. 7×6.5 inches.
  • Finch (4th Earl of Aylesford) F.S.A. F.R.S, Heneage (1751 – 1812)
    Wales; Pembrokeshire, ‘at Tenby’ … low tide. Pen, ink and monochrome wash. Inscribed. 8×10 inches. Framed: 15×16.5 inches.
  • Francia, Francois Louis Thomas (1772 – 1839)
    A busy coast; windmills and fishing fleet. Pen, ink and watercolour. Ex. Collection: Cyril Fry. 1×3 inches.
  • Garrard, George (1760 – 1826)
    ‘Roe Fawn Sketched at the Duke of Argyls [sic] Oct 1787’. Pencil and oil on paper. Inscribed and dated. Drawn at Inverary Castle by the great painter, and later sculptor, of animal and sporting subjects. 5×7 inches. Framed: 9×11 inches.
  • Hagreen, Philip (1890 – 1988)
    Dawn. Wood-engraving. Signed, dated 1920 and possibly editioned ’30’. 4×3 inches.
  • Hann, George (1900 – 1979)
    London; The Thames, Kew Railway Bridge. Oil on board. Signed. 12×16 inches. Framed: 16×20 inches.
  • Haines, William (1778 – 1848)
    ‘Archibald Edmonstone. Born 1804; drowned in India, 1827’. Watercolour. Indistinctly signed and dated, 1824. The sitter identified to a label verso. 11×9 inches. Framed: 15.5×13.5 inches.
  • Hey, Cicely (1896 – 1980)
    Reading in the garden. Pen, ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1924. Provenance: Tony Goble (1943-2007), who inherited the contents of the artist’s studio, and by descent. 10×8.25 inches.
  • John O.M. R.A., Augustus (1878 – 1961)
    ‘Liuba’; a Gypsy Girl. Graphite. Inscribed. Exhibited: Piccadilly Gallery in association with Max Rutherston, ‘Augutsus John, A Collection of Oils, Drawings and Etchings’, with introductions by Vivien John and Rebecca John, 1991, Cat. no.31. 9.75×7 inches. Framed: 17.75×14.25 inches.
  • Hills O.W.S., Robert (1769 – 1844)
    Cattle Watering. Pencil and watercolour. c.1820. Ex. Collection: The artist’s executor, John Garle F.S.A., and by descent. Exhibited: Agnews. 3.25×4.5 inches. Framed: 5.25×6.75 inches.
  • Johnstone, Gwyneth (1914 – 2010)
    Village Nocturne. Oil on board. Signed. 30.5×22.5 inches. Framed: 33×25.5 inches.
  • Lack R.E., Henry Martyn (1909 – 1979)
    The Library. Etching. Proof. 7×5 inches. Framed: 10×8 inches.
  • Lowe, Mauritius (1746 – 1793)
    Trees and figures on the banks of a lake or pond. Charcoal. Inscribed ‘Epping’ verso in a modern hand. Ex. Collection: Cornish Torbock. 10.75×8 inches.
  • Legge, Heneage (1788 – 1844)
    View on the Tyne. Charcoal and white heightening by the MP for Banbury who was the grandson of Heneage Finch, 3rd Earl of Aylesford (1715-1777). Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery. 5.25×9.25 inches. Framed: 12.25×14.75 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    ‘D. Mc. C. / Pictor Hibernicus’; portrait of an artist, possibly Daniel Maclise. Pencil. Titled recto. c.1830. See Charles Hunter Lear’s pencil portrait of Maclise in the NPG for a period example of a mis-use of the ‘Mc’ in his name. 7.5×4.75 inches. Framed: 16×13 inches.
  • Mahoney, Charles (1903 – 1968)
    East Sussex; Pevensey. Oil on panel. c.1960. Exhibited: Paul Liss. 9.5×13.25 inches. Framed: 12×16 inches.
  • Monro School (Early Nineteentth Century)
    A figure in the doorway of an old stone cottage. Pencil and watercolour. c.1800. By an artist associated with Dr Thomas Monro’s academy. 10.75×14.75 inches.
  • Morland, George (1763 – 1804)
    A sheet of studies. Pencil. Signed. Exhibited: A and H. 15.75×20.75 inches. Framed: 24×28.5 inches.
  • Nash R.A., John (1893 – 1977)
    ‘The Bream Pool – Sketch’. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. Signed. Inscribed verso. 9×12 inches.
  • Nevinson, Christopher Richard Wynne (1889 – 1946)
    ‘The Spirit of Progress’ (PB148). Lithograph. 1933. Used as the front cover of the April 1933 ‘Studio’ Magazine. 9.75×6.5 inches.
  • Parrott (After), William (1813 – 1869)
    Turner on Varnishing Day at the Royal Academy. Pencil, after William Parrott’s painting in Sheffield Museums. Inscribed. 6×3.5 inches. Framed: 17×10 inches.
  • Procktor R.A., Patrick (1936 – 2003)
    ‘Aesthete’ (TS83). Etching and aquatint. 1979. Signed. Editioned 76/98. 16.5×11 inches.
  • Prout O.W.S. (Circle of), Samuel (1783 – 1852)
    Switzerland; The Fishmarket Fountain, Basel. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed. 14.5×11.25 inches.
  • Redman, Henry (AKA Harry) Victor (1920 – 1994)
    The Train Carriage. Etching. Along with a study for the composition in pencil. Provenance: The artist’s Estate. 4×2.5 inches.
  • Roussel, Theodore Casimir (1847 – 1926)
    Poppies (Hausberg 44). Soft ground etching, aquatint and drypoint. Edition of c.15. Signed. 3.75×2.5 inches.
  • Rowlandson, Thomas (1756 – 1827)
    Deer, probably in Richmond Park. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: 6.25×9 inches. Framed: 13.5×16 inches.
  • Stibbon R.A., Emma (born 1962)
    Mountain Landscape. Linocut. Signed and dated 1998. Editioned ’12/35′. An extraordinary, tour-de-force in printmaking on a large scale. 26×79 inches. Framed: 32×84 inches.
  • Streatfeild, Robert (1786 – 1852)
    Germany; Damstadt. Watercolour. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery. 3.5×5.75 inches.
  • Sunderland (Attributed to), Thomas (1744 – 1828)
    PAIR: Lake District; Backbarrow and the Leven Estuary from Trundle Brow. Pencil, pen, ink and monochrome wash. c.1800. Exhibited: J. R. Cookson Ltd, Kendal. 11×15 inches.
  • Townshend (1st Marquess Townshend), George (1724 – 1807)
    ‘Earl of Hertford’; Frances Symour Conway, 1st Marquis Hertford (1718-1794), or possibly the 2nd Marquis (1743-1822) Pen and ink. The support sheet inscribed. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery. 7×5.25 inches.
  • Tavener R.E., Robert (1920 – 2004)
    Tithe Barn and Fence. Linocut. Signed, titled and editioned ‘9/50’. 16.5×22.5 inches.
  • Virtue, John (born 1947)
    ‘Landscape 222’. Acrylic, shellac and black ink on canvas. Signed, title and dated, ‘1992/93’ verso. Exhibited: Bernard Jacobson Gallery. 10×14 inches. Framed: 13×17 inches.
  • Wilson, Scottie (1888 – 1972)
    Birds, Fish and Butterflies. Pencil and gouache. Signed. 12.5×9 inches.

GERALD MARKS (1921-2018)

PAINTINGS 1940 – 1960

From the Artist’s Estate

On view from 10am Saturday 5th November

5pm – 8pm Thursday 17th November

This Group will hang through Saturday 26th November


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Issued 5pm 15th November

We are THRILLED to be welcoming THE VIOLET HOUR to the gallery in December. This collaborative enterprise run by curators Sarah Reynolds and Alex Wellesley Wesley showcases the work of contemporary artists in the early to mid stages of their careers. They will be taking over an entire floor of the gallery in Museum Street with PAGEANT, a group exhibition of paintings drawing and prints.

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