LIST 536

APRIL 2023

Issued 5pm 11th April


  • Allom, Thomas (1804 – 1872)
    France; Paris, Notre Dame. Pencil and sepia wash. Signed. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1990. 4.75×7.25 inches. Framed: 15×17 inches.
  • ANON (Eighteenth-Century)
    Portrait of Catherine Hyde (1701-1777), Duchess of Queensberry. Oil on panel. Early 1770s. One of four known versions, the prototype in all likelihood being the 1771 pastel by Hugh Douglas Hamilton (See Neil Jeffares, J.375.182). This painting is almost certainly by the same hand as the version reproduced in Violet Biddulph, ‘Kitty, Duchess of Queensbury’, London, 1935. 11×9.25 inches. Framed: 13×11 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    A scholar’s window. Pencil and watercolour. c.1830. 6.75×6.25 inches. Framed: 14.5×13.5 inches.
  • Ardizzone R.A., Edward (1900 – 1979)
    ‘The Drawing Lesson’ (NAP31). Lithograph. 1952. Signed, title and editioned 7/50 (only 30 impressions printed). 7.5×9.25 inches.
  • Austin R.A. R.E., Robert Sargent (1895 – 1973)
    Italy; ‘Siena’ (CD38). Etching. Edition of 30. Signed and dated, 1923. 4.25×4.25 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    Somerset; ‘Part of the North Parade, Bath’. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. c.1800. 7×10.25 inches. Framed: 14×17 inches.
  • Collingwood Smith, William (1815 – 1887)
    Nocturne. Watercolour. c.1850. Exhibited: A and H 1997. 7.5×11.5 inches. Framed: 15×19 inches.
  • Carter A.R.A., Frederick (1883 – 1967)
    London; ‘Air Street / in Old Regent St’. Etching. c.1920. Signed, titled and editioned ‘4/12’. 8.25×5 inches.
    £575
  • Cheney, (Robert) Henry (1801 – 1866)
    Italy; ‘Grotta Ferrata, Jun 16’, near Frascati. Watercolour. c.1833. Inscribed verso. Provenance: Robert Henry Cheney and by descent; Christies, Cheney Sale, 12.10.2005. 9.5×13 inches. Framed: 17.5×20.25 inches.
  • Banks R.I.B.A., Robert (1911 – 2000)
    Italy; Venice, Midday. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. 25.5×19 inches. Framed: 34×27 inches.
  • Conyers (c.1697-1793), Matilda
    ‘Clethra’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1752. Provenance: a collection of watercolours by Conyers sold at Phillips 5/1/1996. 8.75×6.5 inches.
  • Cotman, John Sell (1782 – 1842)
    Lincolnshire; Crowland Abbey. Pencil. c.1804. Cotman visited Crowland Abbey in 1804 and exhibited a number of wonderful compositions of the subject between 1805 and 1811. This sheet relates most closely to the watercolour sketch in the Tate (N03667). 5×4 inches.
  • Cox O.W.S., David (1783 – 1859)
    France; The Fort Rouge and Town of Calais. Black chalk. Probably 1829. Exhibited: Andrew Wyld, 2011. 4×7.75 inches. Framed: 7.25×10.75 inches.
    £1,500
  • Dighton, Robert (1752 – 1814)
    London; ‘The Profane laying hands on the Over Righteous [a Methodist Preacher]; a real scene on Tower Hill’. Engraving. 1784. 6.75×8.25 inches.
  • Crotch, Dr William (1775 – 1847)
    ‘Maidenhead Chestnuts’ Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. c.1820. Inscribed to an old backing. 3.5×6 inches. Framed: 10×11.5 inches.
  • Dubsky, Mario (1939 – 1985)
    Life Drawing. Charcoal. Signed and dated, ‘XI ’63’. 30.5×22 inches. Framed: 32.5×24 inches.
  • Eldridge R.W.S., Mildred (1909 – 1991)
    Self Portrait. Oil on canvas. Signed with initials and dated, 1932 verso. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 18×14 inches. Framed: 22×18 inches.
  • Dark RN, Philip (1918 – 2008)
    ‘Oil of Ray Taylor painting’, POW Camp Marlag O, Westertimke, Lower Saxony. Oil and cotton sheeting (‘Sacking of a clothing parcel’). Lieutenant H Ray Taylor RNVR (c.1913-1954) was second-in-command of a motor gunboat that was sunk in the channel in mid 1942. Before and after the War he was Art Master at Ermystead Grammar School, Skipton. 21.5×20.5 inches.
  • Field, Elizabeth (born 1902)
    A crop field in early Spring. Lincout. Signed. Editioned 8/50. 9.5×16.5 inches.
  • Finney, Hubert Arthur (1905 – 1991)
    Wales; a view over the Mawddach Estuary? Oil on panel. Studio stamped verso. Exhibited: Duncan Cambell, Hubert Arthur Finney Studio Sale, 2007. 10.5×13.75 inches. Framed: 14.5×18 inches.
  • Francia, Francois Louis Thomas (1772 – 1839)
    Travellers at a crossroads. Watercolour. Ex. Collection: Cyril Fry. 1.25×5.25 inches.
  • Hoare of Bath R.A., William (1707 – 1792)
    A woman at her needle. Pencil and chalk. Exhibited: Charles Plante at Mallett, New York, 2011. 7.5×6 inches. Framed: 11×9.5 inches.
  • Giles, Catherine (1878 – 1955)
    Spring Flowers. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: ‘Jessica Dismorr and Catherine Giles’, Fine Art Society, 2000, No.49. 20×15.5 inches. Framed: 28.5×23.5 inches.
  • French, Annie (1872 – 1965)
    ‘The Bouquet’. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. c.1900. Signed. 9×6.5 inches. Framed: 16.5×13.4 inches.
  • Fraser, Eric (1902 – 1984)
    A Poster Design for ‘Nippy’, at the Prince Edward Theatre, Old Compton Street. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. 1930. Signed. The musical starred Binne Hall, with music by Billy Mayerl. Provenance: the artists family; Manor House Gallery. 14×23.5 inches.
  • Guinness, Lindy (1941 – 2020)
    Northern Ireland; ‘Tea Time, Library, Clandeboye’. Gouache. Signed. Exhibited: Browse & Darby. 8×10 inches. Framed: 12×14 inches.
  • Hitchens, John (born 1940)
    ‘Winter Woodland’. Oil on canvas. 1975. Signed. Signed, titled and dated, verso. 22×60 inches. Framed: 28×66 inches.
    £6,750
  • Howarth, Albany (1872 – 1936)
    Italy; Venice, ‘Ponte delle Guglie’ over the Cannaregio. Etching. Signed. 5.75×8 inches.
  • Hunt O.W.S., William Henry (1790 – 1864)
    Drawing Ale. Watercolour. c.1830. 6×4.5 inches. Framed: 14×12 inches.
  • Leitch, William Leighton (1804 – 1883)
    Barges unloading at a Mill. Pencil and watercolour. Exhibited: Agnews. 4×6.25 inches. Framed: 10.5×12 inches.
  • Long (Lady Farnborough) (Attributed to), Amelia (1762 – 1837)
    Thames landscape. Watercolour. c.1810. 9.5×12.5 inches.
  • Marks, Gerald (1921 – 2018)
    Still life with Garlic and Turnip. Oil on canvas. c.1945. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 12×16 inches.
  • Marx, Enid (1902 – 1998)
    Gold Fish. Linocut printed on gold paper. Signed and numbered 21/50. 17.75×29 inches.
  • Meyrick, Robert (born 1958)
    Wales; Aberystwyth Old College, ‘Quad Stair Case’. Linocut. c.1980. Signed, titled and editioned, ‘8/150’. 19.5×31.5 inches.
  • Morton, Alastair (1910 – 1963)
    Abstract forms. Pencil and crayon. 1930s. Provenance: Purchased from the artist’s daughter Alison Morton, with signed affidavit by her on reverse. 9.75×13.75 inches. Framed: 13×16.75 inches.
  • Nollekens R.A., Joseph (1737 – 1823)
    Design for a monument. Pencil. Provenance: Andrew Wyld. 7×6.5 inches.
  • Owens, Ned (1918 – 1990)
    ‘I Know What I Like’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1951. Exhibited: City Art Gallery, Salford, 1954. Ex. Collection: R.H.E. Wilkinson Esq. 15.5×19.5 inches. Framed: 21×25 inches.
  • Pellew, Claughton (1890 – 1966)
    ‘Hannibal’ crossing the Alps. Wood-engraving. 1927. Edition of 30. Signed, titled, dated and editioned ‘Imp 2/30’. 10×6 inches.
  • Prout O.W.S., Samuel (1783 – 1852)
    Venice; Piazza San Marco, the Doges Palace, Marciana et al. Pencil and watercolour. c.1830. 16×21.5 inches. Framed: 24.5×29.5 inches.
  • Richmond R.A., George (1809 – 1896)
    Suffolk; ‘Orford’. Pen, brush and sepia ink with chalks. Signed with initials, inscribed and dated, 1857. 5.5×8.75 inches.
  • Roussel, Theodore Casimir (1847 – 1926)
    London; ‘Railway Bridge, Chelsea’ (H17). Etching. About 25 impressions. Signed. 2.75×4.25 inches.
  • Schmolle A.T.S., Corporal Stella (1908 – 1975)
    WWII; ‘Pioneers removing goods from basement of house in Ave. Louise Buxellis, German Storm Troopers having just vacated’. Pencil, ink and watercolour. Inscribed, ‘Prilim sketch for my picture now at Imp.War Museum’. Signed. 10.75×14.5 inches.
  • Shannon R.A., Charles Haslewood (1863 – 1937)
    ‘In the House of Delia’ (R35). Lithograph. Initialled in the stone and dated, 1895. Edition of 25 copies printed in black. Published in the ‘The Dial’ in dark green. Provenance: Paul Delaney, author of ‘The Lithographs of Charles Shannon’. 8×8 inches.
  • Swete, Rev. John (1752 – 1821)
    Devon; a rustic Gothick gazebo set at a view point in the gardens of Oxton House. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and numbered ’94’. 4×6.5 inches. Framed: 10×12.75 inches.
  • Underwood, Leon (1890 – 1975)
    The Ark; ‘Etcetera / If any pair had missed the Ark / It would have left a serious mark / Upon the wealth of adaptation / Man has seen by contemplation’. Wood engraving. For ‘Animalia’, 1926. Signed. 7×6.25 inches.
  • Valette, Pierre Adolph (1876 – 1942)
    Ludlow Castle. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: Tib Lane Gallery, 1998. Provenance: the Artist’s Estate; Private Collection; Tib Lane Gallery; Private Collection. 10.75×14.5 inches. Framed: 18.5×22.5 inches.
  • Varley O.W.S., John (1778 – 1842)
    Oxfordshire; ‘in Stanton Harcourt Church’, the C15th font, replaced in 1833. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1804. 9.5×7.5 inches.
  • Varley F.R.S.A., Cornelius (1781 – 1873)
    Wales; the Mawddach and Cader Idris. Pencil. 1802, 1803 or 1805. Ex. Collection: ‘Lord Clwyd’, by repute. 10×14.25 inches.
    £1,500
  • Watson, John Dawson (1832 – 1892)
    Puritans, hiding. Watercolour. Signed. 14×16.25 inches. Framed: 22.5×24.75 inches.
    £575
  • Wright, Richard Henry (1867 – 1930)
    Italy; the Basilica of St Francis, Assisi. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. 14×20.5 inches. Framed: 22.5×28.5 inches.

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BRIAN STONEHOUSE MBE
(1918-1998)

WWII SOE Agent and then Vogue Fashion Illustrator

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