A SUMMER SELECTION


We will not be publishing a List of new stock this August. Instead, we have made a selection of available works that were introduced on our Lists in the year since August 2021. Thank you to everyone who has browsed the Lists online, corresponded, telephoned, visited the gallery, bought and tried to buy in that time. How these 100 have been missed, we do not know!

Our next List (No.529), will be issued here at 5pm on Tuesday 6th September.
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  • Anderson C.B.E. R.A. R.E., Stanley (1884 – 1966)
    ‘The Sister’ (GF198), the artist’s wife Lilian (née Phelps) (1884-1967). Engraving. 1931. Edition of 85. 7.75×5.75 inches. Framed: 15×12.5 inches.
  • Annigoni, Pietro (1910 – 1988)
    Italy; Sardina, ‘Olbia’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1947. Ex. Collection: Cornish Torbock. 15×21 inches. Framed: 24×29 inches.
  • ANON (Eighteenth-Century)
    ‘Mitchells Arms’. Oil on paper laid on panel. 13×18 inches. Framed: 16×21.5 inches.
  • ANON (Eighteenth-Century)
    France; Normandy, Sainte-Trinité, Cherbourg. Pencil, pen, ink and monochrome wash. Circa 1780. Inscribed verso ‘View of the Church of Ruin’d Pier at Cherbourg Normandy’. 9×14.5 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    Buckinghamshire; ‘Palladian Bridge Stowe’. Pencil and monochrome wash. Inscribed recto. Further inscribed and dated verso, ‘View of the Palladian Bridge from the ground near Browne’s Cascade / Stowe Oct 24th 1830’. Ex. Collection: Cornish Torbock. 13×16.75 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    France; ‘Chateau Despenans; fait a l’ecole des freres de St Nicolas par Beaumes Julien’. Pen, ink and watercolour. Titled and inscribed. 25.5×19 inches.
    £475
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    London; Covent Garden, the Piazza. The view east to St Paul’s, pre 1830. Together with a drawing of the west elevation of Charles Fowler’s 1828 market design. The second sheet cut out, perhaps so it could be laid over the first. Both sheets sold mounted separately. Pen, ink and wash. c.1830. 5×11.5 inches.
    £975
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    The crowning ceremony for the Prix de Rome. French. Pencil, pen, ink and wash. c.1830-35. Ex. Collection: Edward Croft-Murray. Exhibited: Arts Council, ‘Berlioz and the Romantic Imagination’, 1969, no. 172. Sold with a copy of the catalogue. 8.25×11 inches. Framed: 12.75×14.75 inches.
    £750
  • Athow (fl.1790-1820), Thomas
    Kent; Combwell Priory, Near Tunbridge Wells. A pair of watercolours. c.1800. Exhibited: Colnaghi, where attributed to ‘T. Athow’. 12×20 inches. Framed: 22×29 inches.
  • Barnard, Rev. William Henry (1767 – 1818)
    Cheshire; ‘St John’s Chester’. Pencil, brush and monochrome wash. Inscribed and dated, ‘Au 27 1792’ verso. 10×15.75 inches.
    £475
  • Barrow, Julian (1939 – 2012)
    London; Chiswick, Strand on the Green. Oil on canvas. Singed and dated, 1965. 15.5×23 inches. Framed: 21×29 inches.
  • Bates (Exh.1926-1939), Henry
    Yoga; ‘Putanjali – Shiva’. Wood-engraving. Signed, titled and editioned 50/47. 6×4.5 inches.
  • Beer, Richard (1928 – 2017)
    Italy; Rome, ‘San Carlo’ [alle Quattro Fontane]. Etching. Artist’s proof. Signed and titled. 27×19 inches.
  • Berlincourt, Rene (1901 – 1955)
    GROUP: Italy; ‘Napoli, 12 Gravures Sur Bois et Texte’, 1926. Thirteen wood-engravings. 1926. Each signed and titled. Along with accompanying text to each of the images and the original presentation portfolio. The frontispiece note reads … ‘Cette collection terminee Noel 1926 pour la librairie Detken et Rochell [B. Johanowsky, Naples] a parue en nombre restraint dont 10-X3 exemplaires completement faits a la main par l’artiste’. 9×10 inches.
  • Bianchini Ferier (fl.1888-c.1995)
    Textile Design (1826). Watercolour. Provenance: Bianchini Ferrier Archive Sale, Christies, July 2001. 16×14.5 inches. Framed: 24×22 inches.
  • Brangwyn R.A. R.W.S., Frank (1867 – 1956)
    ‘The Hay Cart’ (Gaunt 97). Etching. 1907. Signed. Based on a sketch made at Montreuil. 10.5×12.5 inches.
  • Bray, Phyllis (1911 – 1991)
    Apollo and Clytie, probably a design for circular formica top tables commissioned by the shipping line Cunard. Pastels. c.1955. Studio sale stamp verso. 11×12.25 inches.
  • Brunsdon A.R.C.A., John (1933 – 2014)
    Suffolk; ‘Minsmere’. Etching and aquatint. Signed, titled and editioned 139/150. 8.75×12 inches.
  • Carr, David (1915 – 1968)
    Mechanism. Watercolour from a sketchbook signed and inscribed ‘Mechanical’. c.1965. 7.5×11.5 inches.
    £150
  • Chaplin, Charles (1907 – 1987)
    ‘Robin’ (JC75). Engraving. 1950. Signed, titled and editioned ’10/30′. 5×5 inches.
  • Clarke (Nineteenth Century), G
    Scotland; ‘Melrose’ Abbey. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. c.1790. Provenance: A and H. 5.75×8 inches.
  • Clarke Hall, Edna (1879 – 1979)
    Cathy at the hearth, a Study for Wuthering Heights. Pen, brush and ink. c.1925. 6×9 inches. Framed: 14×16.5 inches.
  • Cliffe, Henry (1919 – 1983)
    Abstract Composition. Pencil. c.1960. Signed. 10×14 inches.
  • Creffield, Dennis (1931 – 2018)
    Hong Kong: from Robinson Road. Charcoal. Signed and dated, 1997. Exhibited: Flowers East. 29×21.5 inches. Framed: 37×29.25 inches.
    £3,750
  • Dachinger, Hugo (1908 – 1995)
    ‘Devotion’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1941. Dachinger was interned as an ‘enemy alien’ from June to October 1940 at Huyton near Liverpool and from October 1940 to January 1941 at the Mooragh Camp at Ramsey on the Isle of Man. In November 1940 he held an exhibition of his internment drawings ‘Art Behind Barbed Wire’ in the camp. He was released in January 1941 and held a second exhibition of his internment drawings entitled ‘Art Behind Wire’ at the Redfern Gallery in April 1941. 8×9.5 inches.
  • Daniell R.A. (Attributed to), William (1769 – 1837)
    ‘The Alligator and Dead Elephant’. Watercolour for (or version of) Daniell’s plate in ‘The Oriental annual, or, Scenes in India’ (1834). Also related to his mezzotint ‘The Dead Elephant, A Sene in Ceylon’ (1827). Ex. Collection: Cyril Fry. 4×6 inches.
  • De Wint O.W.S., Peter (1784 – 1849)
    ‘Distant view of Salthouse, Norfolk’. Chalks. Indistinctly inscribed ‘Wiveton’? Exhibited: Fry Gallery. 6×14 inches.
  • Deedes (Mid-Twentieth Century), C
    ‘Junipers’. Linocut. Signed, titled and editioned ‘5/30’. 8×10 inches.
  • Dessau, Paul Lucien (1909 – 1999)
    Balloons and Swan. Oil on card. c.1950. 9.75×5.25 inches. Framed: 11.25×7 inches.
  • Devis, Anthony (1729 – 1816)
    Wye Valley; Chepstow Castle. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. c.1800. 10.5×16.25 inches.
  • Dewe Mathews, Johnny (born 1946)
    France; ‘Cote des Maures’. Pencil. Signed and dated, 2007. Exhibited: Rebecca Hossack. 22×30 inches. Framed: 25×33 inches.
    £575
  • Dodd R.A., Francis (1874 – 1949)
    London; ‘Pall Mall from the West’ (S89). Etching and drypoint. 1912. Edition of 118. Literature: Randolph Schwabe, ‘Francis Dodd’, Print Collector’s Quarterly, Vol. 13, 1926, cat. no. 89. 9×13 inches.
  • Doyle, Richard (1824 – 1883)
    Two Swells. Pen and ink. Exhibited: Xanthus Gallery, 2004. Ex. Collection: Hugh Belsey. 7×4.5 inches. Framed: 16.75×14.25 inches.
  • Dubsky, Mario (1939 – 1985)
    Still Life. Charcoal. Signed and dated, 1951. Dedicated ‘to Dorothy Phillips’. Provenance: Boundary Gallery. 28×21 inches.
  • Ellis A.R.C.A., Lionel (1903 – 1988)
    Self portrait. Oil on canvas. c.1925. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. 26×24 inches. Framed: 34.5×29 inches.
  • Fantin-Latour, Henri (1836 – 1904)
    ‘Eve’. Lithograph. 1896. Signed. 18.5×15 inches.
    £775
  • Flanders, Dennis (1915 – 1994)
    Oxford; New College. Pen, ink and watercolour. Signed. 12.75×18.25 inches.
  • Geddes (Attributed to), Andrew (1783 – 1844)
    Figure study. Chalk. Ex. Collection: George Greville, 4th Earl of Warwick (his stamp); L. G. Duke (D.610). 5×4.75 inches.
    £375
  • Gibson, Patrick (1782 – 1829)
    London / Surrey; ‘Richmond Bridge’. Pen, ink and wash. Signed and dated. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1805 verso. Ex. Collection: L. G. Duke (D978); Edward Croft-Murray. 7.25×10.5 inches.
  • Gigault de Crisenoy, Baron Pierre Emile (1827 – 1902)
    A Harbour and (French?) Fleet. Pencil and white heightening on prepared card. 5×8 inches.
  • Goodwin R.W.S., Albert (1845 – 1932)
    East Sussex; ‘Rye’ at Sunset. Signed, titled and dated, 1900. Exhibited: Chris Beetles, Summer Show, 1999, no.22. 9×12.5 inches.
    £3,750
  • Graham, Robert (1938 – 2008)
    Colour Rooms. Etching and aquatint from the series of 6 ‘Colour Rooms’. Signed, dated 1969 and editioned ’63/65′. 16.5×22.5 inches. Framed: 22.5×27.5 inches.
  • Hanley, Liam (1933 – 2019)
    London; the Thames from Cheyne Walk. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1976. 36×25 inches. Framed: 28.5×38.5 inches.
  • Hayward, John Samuel (1778 – 1822)
    Kent; Dover, the Castle and Harbour. Watercolour. Inscribed verso ‘Dover’. Exhibited: Martyn Gregory. 11×28 inches. Framed: 18×26 inches.
  • Hine, Henry George (1811 – 1895)
    Sussex; ‘Downlands near Eastbourne’. Watercolour. Signed. Titled and dated 1869, to a label on the original backboard. Original frame available. Exhibited: A and H, 1975. 13.5×23 inches. Framed: 21.5×31.5 inches.
  • Hitchens, John (born 1940)
    ‘Misty Valleys’. Oil on canvas. Signed. Signed, titled and dated, 1967 verso. 14×44 inches. Framed: 18×47.5 inches.
    £4,750
  • Holland O.W.S., James (1799 – 1870)
    Loggia, an architectural veduta. Pen, ink and watercolour. Ex. Collection: Cyril Fry, 6×4.25 inches.
    £575
  • Howard (9th Earl of Carlisle), George (1843 – 1911)
    ‘Polly’; Lady Dorothy Georgiana Howard (1881-1968), Baroness Henley of Chardstock from 1925. Pencil. c.1890. Inscribed ‘Polly’ recto and on the original mount. Verso: woman in a riding hat and veil, possibly Rosalind Howard, Countess of Carlisle (1845-1921). Provenance: A group of works by Howard believed to have belonged to his daughter Lady Cecilia Howard (1869-1947) (m. Charles Henry Roberts 1891). 8.5×7 inches.
    £675
  • Hughes-Stanton, Blair (1902 – 1981)
    ‘Eclipse’. Woodcut. Signed, titled, dated 1960 and editioned 24/39. 12×20 inches.
  • Hyatt, Derek (1931 – 2015)
    Italy; ‘Trento’ / ‘Alpine Landscape’. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1985. Signed, titled and dated verso. 24×24 inches.
    £975
  • Johnson, Audrey (born 1918)
    Porcelain and grasses still life. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1977. 15×13 inches.
    £875
  • Josset, Lawrence (1910 – 1995)
    London; The York Watergate. Engraving. Signed. 7×9 inches.
    £175
  • Lajoüe (After), Jacques de (1687 – 1721)
    ‘L’Architecture’. Etching and engraving. From the suite of prints after the 13 paintings (c.1735-36) by Lajoüe made for the Duc de Picquigny. First published in 1737, this print is from the third issue of the plates c.1741-44. The prints were made by Charles-Nicolas Cochin (1715-1790). Ex. Collection: David Scrase. 10.5×14.5 inches.
  • Lamplough A.R.A. R.W.S., Augustus Osbourne (1877 – 1930)
    ‘An Eastern Bazaar, Upper Nile’. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1909. 13.25×18.5 inches.
  • Larkins, William Martin (1901 – 1974)
    New York; Bush Tower, West 42nd Street. Developed 1916-1918. Etching and engraving. 1927. Inscribed ‘3rd State. Imp.A’. 9.25×5 inches.
    £1,750
  • Leonard, Michael (born 1933)
    David Newman (1936-2012), dealer in Japanese Art, as a Godfrey Kneller. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1986. Exhibited: ‘Drawn to the Past’, Thomas Gibson Fine Art, 1991. 15.5×12 inches. Framed: 22×18 inches.
  • Linnell, William (1826 – 1906)
    Welsh Landscape. Chalks. Provenance: Mrs Linnell Burton, granddaughter of the artist. 6.25×17.5 inches. Framed: 13.5×24.25 inches.
    £375
  • MacLagan, Philip Douglas (1901 – 1972)
    ‘Autumn’. Oil on canvas. Signed with initials. Partial artist’s label verso titled ‘Autumn by the …’. 15.5×19.5 inches. Framed: 20×24.5 inches.
  • Martineau (Mid-Nineteenth Century), L (or I)
    ‘Dover’. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed and dated, ‘Aug 20th / [18]36. & Sept 8th’. Ex. Collection: Randall Davies; Randolph Schwabe; David Scrase. 10×14.5 inches.
    £125
  • Messel, Oliver (1904 – 1978)
    Priestess; a costume design for the Royal Opera House production of The Magic Flute, 1947. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. 1947. Signed. Exhibited: Wright Hepburn. 13×8 inches.
    £775
  • Meyrick, Robert (born 1958)
    Wales; ‘Hafod’ near Aberystwyth. Linocut. Signed and titled. 24×30 inches.
  • Middleditch R.A., Edward (1923 – 1987)
    ‘Seascape, Dorset’ / ‘Dorset Drawing (2)’. Charcoal. 1975. Exhibited: The New Art Centre; Arts Council, ‘Edward Middleditch’, 1987, Cat No.64. 21×26.5 inches. Framed: 26×31.5 inches.
  • Myers, Bernard (1925 – 2007)
    Still life. Chalks. Signed. 20.5×28 inches. Framed: 29×35.5 inches.
  • Nash R.A., John (1893 – 1977)
    River Ford. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 9×11.5 inches.
    £2,500
  • Nash, Paul (1889 – 1946)
    The Edge of a Wood. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1925. 12×19 inches. Framed: 19×25.5 inches.
    £5,750
  • Nixon, Job (1891 – 1938)
    London; Bank Holiday, Hampstead Heath. Etching. 1929. Signed. 10×14.5 inches.
  • Nixon, John (1755 – 1818)
    ‘Race Ground, Brighton 1804’. Pen, ink and watercolour. Inscribed and dated, 1804. Provenance: The French Hospital of La Providence.
    £675
  • Orlik, Emil (1870 – 1932)
    ‘Ludwig Van Beethoven’. Etching. Signed and dated, 1922. 22.5×15 inches.
    £2,750
  • Papas, William (Bill) (1927 – 2000)
    London; ‘Stepney’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed and dated, 1966. 10×8 inches.
    £375
  • Procktor R.A., Patrick (1936 – 2003)
    India; ‘Rowli Mountains’. Aquatint. From the ‘India, Mother’ Suite. 1970. Signed and editioned, ’31/60′. 16.5×24 inches.
  • Raverat S.W.E., Gwen (1885 – 1957)
    ‘Boat Race’; The Bumps, Cambridge (SN558). Wood engraving and lino cut. 1949. First state. Edition of 21. Signed, title and numbered ‘1’. 7×9.5 inches.
  • Redman, Henry (AKA Harry) Victor (1920 – 1994)
    ‘Chester’s Circus’. Crayon and gouache. Inscribed ‘Working drawing for Lithograph’. Provenance: The artist’s Estate. 9.5×22.5 inches.
  • Rich R.W.S., Alfred William (1856 – 1921)
    Yorkshire; Richmond from the Swale. Watercolour. Signed. 11×15.5 inches.
    £575
  • Rippingille, Edward Villiers (1798 – 1859)
    The Reading. Pencil. c.1820. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt. 3.5×4.5 inches.
    £450
  • Romney, George (1734 – 1802)
    Composition Study. Pen and ink. c.1770. 7.5×6.25 inches.
  • Rowe, Serena (born 1977)
    ‘Manet’s Table’. Oil on board. Signed. 2010. Signed, titled and dated, verso. Exhibited: Panter and Hall. 10×12 inches. Framed: 21×26 inches.
  • Rowlandson, Thomas (1756 – 1827)
    ‘Gretna Green’; ‘Love spread your Wings I’ll not out-strip ’em. Though Death’s behind. He will not clip ’em.’ Pencil and watercolour. c.1815. A a study for / version of Plate XV in Rowlandson’s ‘The English Dance of Death’, the texts provided by William Combe (1742-1823). Rowlandson made another, related composition ‘Filial Affection, or a Trip to Gretna Green’, publ. 1785. This drawing comes with an original label inscribed with title and verse by the artist. 5×8 inches.
  • Rushbury R.A. R.E., Sir Henry (1889 – 1968)
    London; ‘St Paul’s from Cannon Street’ (JR80). Drypoint. 1942. Signed. Edition size unknown. 10.5×15 inches.
  • Rust, Graham (born 1942)
    Prairie Rose. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1975. 14×21.5 inches. Framed: 21×28 inches.
    £875
  • Sandby R.A., Paul (1731 – 1809)
    Hounds. Pen, ink and monochrome wash, Ex. Collection: Cyril Fry. 3×4 inches.
  • Sauter, Rudolph Helmut (1895 – 1977)
    ‘From my window’. Signed and dated, 1932. Artist’s labels verso. Provenance: the Artist’s Studio. Exhibited: Louise Kosman. 24×19 inches. Framed: 33.5×29.25 inches.
    £2,500
  • Self, Colin (born 1941)
    ‘Breydon Water, Norfolk’. Watercolour. Signed, title and dated 1977 verso. Exhibited: Gimpel Fils. 11×14.5 inches.
  • Serres, John Thomas (1759 – 1825)
    Kent; ‘Rochester Castle’. Pen, ink and watercolour. Titled and dated, 1783. 7.5×12.5 inches.
  • Sozonov, Valerie (1899 – 1960)
    Switzerland; ‘Geneva from Lausanne’. Gouache. Signed. 13×17 inches.
    £375
  • Strang R.E., Ian (1886 – 1952)
    France; ‘Perros Guirec, North Coast of Brittany’. Oil on panel. 1911. Signed. Inscribed verso. 12.5×16 inches.
  • Taylor, Charles William (1878 – 1960)
    West Sussex; South Downs, ‘Findon Sheep Fair’. Wood-engraving. Signed in the plate. 7×9.75 inches.
  • Tobin, Rear-Admiral George (1768 – 1838)
    St Helena; a view of James Town made aboard the East India Company ship ‘Sulivan’. Watercolour. Inscribed verso: ‘James Town, Island of St Helena – G Tobin – 1790 – Sulivan’. Related to the view Tobin published in his ‘Views in St Helena’ (1815). Provenance: Bill Thomson, Albany Gallery. 8×10.75 inches.
  • Tunnicliffe R.A. R.E., Charles Frederick (1901 – 1978)
    ‘The New Rick’ (MH44). Etching. 1927. Signed and editioned ’73/75′. 8×10 inches. Framed: 17.5×21.25 inches.
  • Turnbull, Peter (born 1950)
    ‘Dressing’. Tempera on board. Triptych. 1978. Exhibited: The Piccadilly Gallery. 6×9.5 inches. Framed: 12.5×16 inches.
    £975
  • Upham, John William (1772 – 1828)
    Isle of Wight; Carisbrooke Castle. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. c.1800. 9×12 inches. Framed: 17.5×20.5 inches.
    £975
  • Urishibara, Yoshijiro (1888 – 1953)
    Italy; ‘Dawn (Two o’clock a.m.) outside Venice’. Woodcut. Edition of 100. Signed and numbered ‘no.86’. 10×14.25 inches.
  • Walcot R.E., William (1874 – 1943)
    ‘Anthony in Egypt’. Etching. 1919. Signed. 21.5×18 inches. Framed: 36×31 inches.
  • Ward, Miss Greta (Mrs Archibald Sanderson from 1936) (Mid-Twentieth Century)
    ‘Kentish Landscape’. Oil on canvas. Signed. Two artist’s labels verso. One for a previous work titled ‘Parrog’ and giving Miss Greta Ward’s address at 54 Colne Road. A second used first for Archibald Sanderson (1901-1972), titled ‘Cottage at Enfield, Spring’, and giving his address also at 54 Colne Road. This label has been adapted, his Christian name deleted and the title changed to ‘Kentish Landscape’ for the current work. Greta Ward ward became Mrs Archibald Sanderson in 1936. A 1950s R.B.A. label verso also. 15.5×19.5 inches. Framed: 21.5×25.5 inches.
  • Wardle, Arthur (1860 – 1949)
    Tiger. Chalks. 11.5×15.5 inches. Framed: 15.25×19.5 inches.
  • Washington A.R.E., William (1885 – 1956)
    Croydon; the View from the Washingtons’ home. Oil on canvas. Provenance: the artist’s son Robert Johnson Washington. 39.5×29.5 inches. Framed: 47×37 inches.
  • Webster R.E., Herman Armour (1878 – 1970)
    Italy; Venice, ‘Fondamente Furlani’. Pen and ink. Signed, titled and dated, ‘Oct. 1931’. 7×10 inches.
  • Wheeler, Lady Muriel (1888 – 1979)
    ‘Group for Paris Exhibition’; Sir Charles Wheeler K.C.V.O. C.B.E. P.R.A. (1892-1974) [Cf. No.5 on this List]. The artist at work on monumental sculptures, presumably for the British Pavilion at ‘The Exposition Internationale des Arts et Techniques dans la Vie Moderne’, Paris 1937. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1937. Titled verso. Exhibited: New English Arts Club. 24×17.75 inches. Framed: 28×22 inches.
  • White, Franklin (1892 – 1975)
    Kent; ‘River Eden at Penshurst’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed with initials. Inscribed and dated, 1946. Studio stamp verso. 3.25×6.75 inches.
  • Wills, Trenwith (1891 – 1972)
    London; St Mary-le-Strand (South Elevation, Facade and Plan). Pencil and watercolour. Each signed and dated, ‘May 1910’ and drawn while Wills was a student at the Royal Academy Schools. 21×30 inches.
  • Ziegler, Walter (1859 – 1932)
    Germany; Munich, head and figure studies. Pencil, Signed, inscribed ‘Munchen’ and dated 1885. Exhibited: Faerber & Maison. 18.75×23.5 inches.
    £2,750
  • Zimmerman (Attributed to), Heinrich Wilhelm (1805 – 1841)
    A lady seated at her piano. Watercolour. Circa 1830. Provenance: Bonhams and Brooks, 24/1/2001. 10.75×8.5 inches. Framed: 19×16.25 inches.


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