LIST 534



Issued 5pm 7th February

  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    Isle of Wight; ‘Shanklin Chine’ Watercolour. Inscribed and dated, 1800 verso. 7.5×10.75 inches.
  • Ackroyd C.B.E. R.A., Norman (born 1938)
    ‘Incidental Black’ Etching and aquatint. Signed, titled and editioned ‘Artist’s proof (Final State)’. 21×19.5 inches.
  • ANON (Twentieth-Century)
    London; Chelsea Old Church. Watercolour. c.1900. Indistinctly signed. 10.5×14.25 inches. Framed: 18.5×21.75 inches.
  • Bone N.E.A.C., Stephen (1904 – 1958)
    Gavin Bone (1903-1942) reading. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1925. 35×21 inches. Framed: 40.75×26.5 inches.
  • Bratby R.A., John (1928 – 1992)
    ‘Lilies II’. Oil on canvas. 1966. Signed. Exhibited: Zwemmer Gallery, ‘New Paintings by John Bratby’, 1966, No.14. 56×32 inches. Framed: 56.5×32.5 inches.
  • Bone R.W.S. N.E.A.C., Sir Muirhead (1876 – 1956)
    Spain; ‘The Convent of San Payo, Santiago de Compostela’ (Dogson 434). Drypoint etching. 1929. Signed. Inscribed under the mount ‘IV state (1 of 2 impressions thus)’. 12.25×7.25 inches.
  • ANON
    Lighthouse or Watch Tower. Pencil and monochrome wash, after (or possibly by) Thomas Wijk / Wyck (1616-1677). Inscribed ‘Tomas Wyck’. 6.5×9.5 inches.
  • Brooke, William Henry (1772 – 1860)
    North Pole; ‘Captain Parry’ (Sir William Edward Parry 1790-1855) … ‘Surrounded with Oak and Laurel leaves, supported by the four … of the Globe _ The Rising sun from behind dispelling the clouds of ignorance from the North Polar regions, with which it has been hitherto enveloped _ beneath [the] principal scene from Parry’s Voyage, Ships enclosed among the Ice-bergs’. Parry made expeditions to discover a Northwest Passage (1819-1820), and to the North pole (1827). He set the record for the farthest north human expedition until 1875. Pen, ink and monochrome wash. Signed. 9×6.5 inches.
  • Byrne, John (born 1940)
    ‘Head, Drawer, Fish’. Lithograph. Signed, titled and editioned, ’16/24′. 15.5×20 inches.
  • Chinnery, George (1774 – 1852)
    Children and dog; either a study for a portrait, or perhaps a study for Chinnery’s illustrations to Fielding’s ‘Amelia’. Pen and ink. c.1800. 3.5×4 inches.
  • Cramp, Elizabeth (1929 – 2010)
    ‘Rooks’. Watercolour. Exhibited: Royal Society of Painters in Watercolours. 20.75×23.75 inches. Framed: 31.5×34 inches.
  • Crouch (fl.1817-1850), William
    Capriccio. Pencil and watercolour. 3.5×5.25 inches.
  • De Wint O.W.S., Peter (1784 – 1849)
    Kent; The Old Rectory, Ashtead. Pencil and watercolour. Provenance: the Howard Album; Matthew Pryor. 7.25×11 inches. Framed: 15×17.75 inches.
  • Downman, John (1750 – 1824)
    ‘Mrs Hugh Watts’. Chalk, stump and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1779. Inscribed on the original backboard ‘This portrait of Mrs Hugh Watts was done / for … by Downman’. 7.5×5.75 inches. Framed: 15.25×13 inches.
  • Farge, Henri (1884 – 1970)
    ‘Le Charlatan’. Etching. c.1925. Signed. 6.5×7 inches.
  • Farleigh R.E., John (1900 – 1965)
    ‘Pinks’. Lithograph. Signed, titled dated 1938 and editioned ‘8/12’. Illustrated: Sacheverell Sitwell, ‘Old Fashioned Flowers’, 1939, opp. p.90 (where titled ‘Two Old Laced Pinks / with A. J. Macself on the right’). Sold with a copy of the book. 9.5×6.5 inches.
  • Finney, Hubert Arthur (1905 – 1991)
    Learning to write. Indian ink. Exhibited: Duncan Cambell, Hubert Arthur Finney Studio Sale, 2007. 10.5×15 inches.
  • Gill (1895-?) (Attributed to), Margaret Evangeline (Angela)
    Portrait of Rachel Rothenstein (Daughter of William Rothenstein). Pencil, after the 1926 engraving by Eric Gill (Physick 370, Cleverdon 92 and 85). Initialled ‘AG”. 10.5×7 inches.
  • Gosse, Sylvia (1881 – 1968)
    Table top still life. Pen, ink, crayon and white heightening. c.1913. Exhibited: Sandra Lummis Fine Art. 14.25×10 inches. Framed: 22×17.5 inches.
  • Greenwood, Timothy (1947 – 2010)
    Field Mouse. Etching. Signed and editioned ’10/50′. 4.25×2.75 inches. Framed: 4.25×3 inches.
  • Hey, Cicely (1896 – 1980)
    ‘Orders for Dinner’. Oil on canvas board by Sickert’s friend and model, who married Robert Tatlock (Editor of the Burlington Magazine). Titled to an artist’s label verso. Provenance: Tony Goble (1943-2007), who inherited the contents of the artist’s studio, and by descent. 14×10 inches. Framed: 15.5×11 inches.
  • Hearne, Thomas (1744 – 1817)
    Hertfordshire; ‘Hemel Hempstead’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Inscribed verso. 9.75×12.75 inches.
  • Hilder OBE, Rowland (1905 – 1993)
    Fishing Boat. Etching. Signed and editioned, ’62/84′. 6.5×11 inches.
  • Hopkins R.W.S., Arthur (1847 – 1930)
    Surrey; Near Walton-on-Thames, December 22nd 1872. Pencil. Exhibited: Abbott and Holder. 4.75×6 inches. Framed: 7×8 inches.
  • Houthuesen, Albert (1903 – 1979)
    ‘Cascading Wave’. Acrylic on board. August 1969. Titled and dated on the backboard.Exhibited: Mercury Gallery, 1977. 9×11 inches. Framed: 19×21 inches.
  • Howarth, Albany (1872 – 1936)
    Italy; Florence, ‘Ponte Vecchio No.2’. Etching. Signed. 5×4.75 inches.
  • Howitt, Samuel (1756 – 1822)
    Horse and Cart. Pen, ink and monochrome wash. Provenance: Sotheby’s 30/11/1978, lot 170. 7×10.5 inches.
  • Jonzen R.B.A. A.R.B.S., Karen (1914 – 1998)
    A girl dressing her hair. Glazed terracotta. Signed. 13x9xD3.5 inches.
  • Lancaster O.B.E., Sir Osbert (1908 – 1986)
    Costumes for Donizetti’s ‘Don Pasquale’, Sadlers Wells 1952. Pen, ink and gouache. 5×8 inches.
  • Jaques, Pierre (1913 – 2000)
    ‘Un Chêne’ / ‘An Oak’. Oil on canvas. Signed. Signed and dated, 1958 verso. 9×6.25 inches. Framed: 12×9 inches.
  • Müller, William James (1812 – 1845)
    Italy; Pompeii, the Bay of Naples. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. Exhibited: Squire Gallery. 3×5 inches. Framed: 9.5×11 inches.
  • Leete, Alfred (1882 – 1933)
    Schmidt the Spy: 'Wire entanglements are being erected to guard against our aerial attacks'. Pen and ink for the 'London Opinion'. Signed. With caption. Date stamped '27 March 1915'. Illustrated: Alfred Leete, 'Schmidt the Spy and his messages to Berlin', Duckworth, 1916. 10"x12.5" inches.
  • Nash, Joseph (1809 – 1878)
    London; Decimus Burton’s screen at Hyde Park corner (c.1825). Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed ‘Screen to the entrance of Hyde Park’ and dated, 1827. Exhibited: Squire Gallery. 7×13 inches.
  • Palmer, Samuel (1805 – 1881)
    ‘The Herdsman’s Cottage’ (L3 ii/ii). Etching. 1850. 2nd and final state as published in ‘The Portfolio’, 1872. Exhibited: Craddock & Barnard, 1972. 3.75×3 inches.
  • Procktor R.A., Patrick (1936 – 2003)
    Portrait of a man. Aquatint. Proof. c.1988. Signed and inscribed ‘1st State’. 5.5×4.75 inches.
  • Prout O.W.S., Samuel (1783 – 1852)
    East Sussex; Hastings, the East Cliff. Watercolour. Inscribed verso ‘Hastings / S. Prout’. Exhibited: Andrew Wyld, ‘Watercolours and Drawings 1750-1950, The Annual Exhibition 2006’, no.26. 11.75×8.5 inches. Framed: 20×16.5 inches.
  • Procter A.R.A., Ernest (1886 – 1935)
    WWI; ‘Ypres / Cloth Hall, Town Gate / Ruins of Cathedral’. Watercolour and gouache. Painted in October 1918. Signed and inscribed. 9.5×12.5 inches.
  • Reynolds, Alan (1926 – 2014)
    Kent; ‘Study Oak’ / ‘Study at Shoreham’. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1953. Inscribed ‘Study Oak’ recto. Further inscribed ‘Study at Shoreham April 53’ no the old backing. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery, 1960. 6.75×5.75 inches.
  • Redman, Henry (AKA Harry) Victor (1920 – 1994)
    Kent; design for the cover of a ‘Map and Guide’. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. c.1940. Provenance: The artist’s Estate. 5.5×9 inches.
  • Sandby R.A., Paul (1731 – 1809)
    A rider and his dog leading horses. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. 5.5×6.75 inches.
  • Rowlandson (Attributed to), Thomas (1756 – 1827)
    Windsor Castle; sketches taken ‘From some Paintings at Windsor Castle’. Verso: elevations from a room ‘Fronting Hyde Park…’. Pen and ink. Extensively inscribed. 4.75×3.5 inches.
  • Schill, Emil (1870 – 1958)
    Swiss Landscape. Oil on panel. Signed. Dated ’20 Juli 1917′ and indistinctly inscribed verso. 9×12 inches. Framed: 13.5×16.75 inches.
  • Strang R.A. R.E., William (1859 – 1921)
    ‘Man with a Cloak’, a self portrait (B110). Etching. 30 impressions. Signed and dated, 1883. 6.5×4.5 inches.
  • Taylor, Charles William (1878 – 1960)
    West Sussex; Horsham, ‘Beyond Steyning’. Wood engraving, Signed, Inscribed, and editioned 12/50. 9×11.25 inches.
  • Thornhill, Sir James (1675 – 1734)
    A sketch taken from a portrait. Possibly a studio record. The sitter before the East Range of the King Charles Court at Greenwich Hospital, with the ‘turret’ added to support a flag on the roof in 1713, which was taken down in 1733. Pen and ink. Ex. Collection: Bill Drummond. 5.5×3.5 inches. Framed: 12.75×10.75 inches.
  • Thornton, Valerie (1931 – 1991)
    Pembrokeshire; ‘St Davids’. Etching and aquatint. 1971. Signed, titled, dated and editioned ’57/75′. 15.5×21 inches.
  • Trevelyan R.A., Julian (1910 – 1988)
    London; ‘Westminster’. Etching and aquatint. 1969. From the Thames Suite. Signed, titled and editioned ‘Artist’s proof’. 13.5×18.5 inches.
  • Varley F.R.S.A., Cornelius (1781 – 1873)
    Tree studies at the edge of a field. Pencil and monochrome wash. Exhibited: Squire Gallery. 9.5×13.5 inches.
  • Wale (Attributed to), Samuel (1721 – 1786)
    A portrait of an military officer with one of his engagements in a cartouche below. Pencil and monochrome wash. Ex. Collection: Bill Drummond, who identified the sitter as John Burgoyne (1722-1792), (AKA ‘Gentleman Johnny’). 6.5×4 inches. Framed: 11.5×8.25 inches.
  • Ward R.A., James (1769 – 1859)
    A Hound. Pencil. Signed. 4×4.75 inches.

WILLIAM DANIELL R.A. (1769-1837)

Portraits of Artists and Writers


GEORGE DANCE R.A. (1741-1825)


LIST 534



Issued 5pm 21st February


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