SUMMER SELECTION 2023

We will not be publishing a List for August. Instead, as is now tradition, we have made a selection of works that were introduced to our stock in the year since August 2022. In that time almost 1100 items have appeared on our Lists (and more than 1500 if you include our Groups and Exhibitions). These 100 are still available and we feel dispel the commonly held, oft-quoted belief that the best works always sell first!

NB You can still view our List for July, and indeed all our Lists published since April 2021 via the menu above.


  • Allom, Thomas (1804 – 1872)
    France / Petrarch; ‘Tomb of Laura, Avignon’. Pencil. Inscribed recto. Extensively inscribed verso. Provenance: A large collection of drawings by Allom, bought Bloomsbury Auctions 15/7/10. Exhibited: Henry Potts. 5×6.5 inches. Framed: 12×13.5 inches.
    £175
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    ‘A Youth of the Bowman Family’; possibly Thomas Bowman (1823-1906), son of John Bowman (1778-1832) and Mary Heydt (1781-1848). Oil on canvas. Ex. Collection: Major Bowman, The Manor House Aylsham, Norfolk (according to a label verso). 14×12 inches. Framed: 18.5×16.5 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    Harvest Sunset. Watercolour. Ex. Collection: Cyril Fry. 4.5×6.5 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    Italy; Leghorn [Livorno], a panorama. The view from Ardenza with Elba, Corsica and Gorgona on the horizon. Taken from the Casini all’ Ardenza (completed 1844). The new coastal road had been developed in the mid-1830s and intense building of accommodation for holiday-makers followed. Pencil, pen, ink and wash. c.1845. Thank you to Professor Charles Watkins and Leonardo Porcelloni for their help in identifying the likely location that this panorama was taken from. 10.75×79.5 inches.
  • ANON (Nineteenth-Century)
    PAIR: Henley; ‘The Thames, Henley Bridge and St Mary’s Church’ and ‘The view towards Henley from the Hill Under Malmesbury’s Park / Park Place’. Watercolour. c.1800. Exhibited: Leger Galleries. 10.5×16 inches.
    £2,500
  • Ardizzone R.A., Edward (1900 – 1979)
    Wren’s at Portsmouth. Pen, brush and ink. 1942/43. Titled to the verso of an old mount. 7×6.25 inches.
  • Austin R.A. R.E., Robert Sargent (1895 – 1973)
    ‘Warwick Roofs’ (CD21). Etching. 1921. Edition of 200. Signed and dated. 7×4.75 inches.
  • Austin, Frederick (1902 – 1990)
    The Flight into Egypt. Etching. 1927. Signed. 6.75×8 inches.
  • Banks R.I.B.A., Robert (1911 – 2000)
    Italy; Venice, Midday. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. 25.5×19 inches. Framed: 34×27 inches.
  • Beer, Richard (1928 – 2017)
    Oxford; ‘Brasenose’. Etching and aquatint. Signed, titled and editioned 41/100. 22.75×16.75 inches.
    £575
  • Birch R.A., John Samuel ‘Lamorna’ (1869 – 1955)
    ‘Sunday Night, St John’s Wood’; previously identified as painted from Dame Laura Knight’s house. Oil on canvas. Signed. Inscribed on the stretcher. Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1930, no.523. Provenance: Christies King Street, 8/3/1990, lot 43/b. 20×24 inches. Framed: 27×30 inches.
    £7,500
  • Bone R.W.S. N.E.A.C., Sir Muirhead (1876 – 1956)
    Italy; Venice, ‘Canal & Bridge of SS. Apostoli’. Drypoint. 1916. Signed. Inscribed and numbered XX. Exhibited: Craddock & Barnard, 1972. 12.75×8.75 inches.
  • Boys, Thomas Shotter (1803 – 1874)
    River Scene. Pencil and sepia wash. c.1830. Exhibited: Folio Society. 5×8.25 inches. Framed: 7×10.5 inches.
    £675
  • Bright, Henry (1814 – 1873)
    An Abbey Ruin by Moonlight. Chalk and gouache. Signed. 8.25×12.5 inches.
  • Brockhurst R.A. R.E., Gerald Leslie (1890 – 1978)
    Sir Henry Rushbury K.C.V.O. C.B.E. R.A. (1889-1968) painted when artist and sitter were students at the Birmingham School of Art. Oil on canvas. 1907. Inscribed recto by the sitter’s father ‘Leslie Brockhurst Age 17. Male / Studied at Birmingham / School of Art’. The unlined canvas bearing the ‘ESK’ stencil verso and with an ESK label stating Brockhurst’s name and age (17). Exhibited: Sheffield City Art Gallery, ‘A Dream of Fair Women; an exhibition of the work of Gerald Leslie Brockhurst R.A. (1890-1978)’, 1987, no.4. Provenance: by descent in the sitter’s family. 30.25×22.25 inches. Framed: 33×24.75 inches.
    £15,000
  • Buckland-Wright, John (1897 – 1954)
    ‘Shelter 2’. Wood-engraving. 1941. Signed, titled, dated and editioned ‘9/30’. 3×5 inches. Framed: 8×9.75 inches.
  • Bussy, Simon-Albert (1870 – 1954)
    Italy; ‘Lac de Molveno, Tyrol, No.1’. Pastels. c.1910. Signed. Exhibited: Carfax Gallery, Pastels by Simon Bussy, June 1913, Cat No.6. 7.75×6 inches. Framed: 19×16.75 inches.
  • Carrick, James Mulcaster (1833 – 1896)
    Channel Islands; Jersey from Elizabeth Castle. Oil on panel. c.1880. Signed. 8×12 inches.
    £2,500
  • 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
  • Clarke Hall, Edna (1879 – 1979)
    Cathy; ‘Self Study for WH’ (Wuthering Heights). Pen and ink. Inscribed. 9×7 inches. Framed: 17.5×14.5 inches.
    £975
  • Clausen R.A. R.W.S., Sir George (1852 – 1944)
    Hot Southern Landscape. Pencil and watercolour. Signed, dated 1925 and dedicated to Thomas Monington P.R.A. (1902-1976). 8×10.25 inches. Framed: 16×18 inches.
  • Cox Jnr, David (1809 – 1885)
    Shropshire; ‘Stokesay Castle’. Watercolour. Colonel Hill’s (Cox’s executor) signature stamp. 9.5×13.5 inches.
    £750
  • Cox O.W.S., David (1783 – 1859)
    Crossing the Moor. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1854. 10.5×13.5 inches.
    £1,750
  • Cox O.W.S., David (1783 – 1859)
    Warwickshire; ‘Kenilworth Castle’. Charcaol. Inscribed. 7×10.75 inches.
    £750
  • Craig (c.1787-1827), William Marshall
    Cain and Abel. Pencil and monochrome wash. 7.75×5 inches.
  • Cristall OWS, Joshua (1767 – 1847)
    Hydrangea. Pencil and watercolour. Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery. 10×8 inches.
    £1,250
  • Crockett, John (1918 – 1986)
    WWII; ‘Here, where the whoreson minds throw all our lives abroad; our hopes and fears, our pleasures and our loves…’. Pen, ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, ‘January 10th 1942’. 19.75×13.5 inches.
  • Cromek, Thomas Hartley (1809 – 1873)
    Yorkshire; Kirkstall Abbey. Pencil and watercolour. 18×14 inches. Framed: 26×21.5 inches.
  • Daintry, Adrian (1902 – 1988)
    Bedfordshire; Woburn Abbey, the Saloon. Pen and ink. Exhibited: Sally Hunter, ‘Adrian Daintry’, February 1988, No.57. 21.5×14.5 inches. Framed: 27×21.5 inches.
  • Daoud, Adel (born 1980)
    Composition from the ‘Charbon de Chair’ series. Charcoal. Signed and dated, 2014. For another drawing from the Series see Isabel Seligman, ‘Pushing Paper Contemporary Drawing from 1970 to Now’ British Museum Exhibition Catalogue, 2020. 27.5×39.5 inches. Framed: 30×42 inches.
    £3,500
  • 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.
  • Denaro, Melita (born 1950)
    ‘Lower Lagerhurry (I)’. Oil on board. November 1996. Exhibited: Contemporary Art Society Market, 1996. 6.5×8.5 inches. Framed: 13.25×15.25 inches.
    £2,250
  • 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.
  • Dobson R.A., Frank (1886 – 1963)
    Woman knitting. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1920. 17.25×10.75 inches. Framed: 23.5×17 inches.
  • Du Maurier, George (1834 – 1896)
    ‘Things one would wish to have approached differently’. Pen and ink. Signed and dated, April 1889. 8×4.5 inches.
  • Evans (AKA ‘Quiz’), Powys (1899 – 1981)
    Sir Jacob Epstein KBE (1880-1959). Pencil. Signed and inscribed. 14.5×9 inches. Framed: 22×16.75 inches.
    £575
  • Fairclough R.W.S. R.E., Wilfred (1907 – 1996)
    Italy; ‘I Musici Cantori’, a Rehearsal at Bergamo. Etching. Signed and dated, 1995. 9.5×10.75 inches.
  • Firlet (Contemporary), Marta
    Virginia Woolf. Bronze Medal. 2001. Edition of 12. The accompanying card signed by the artist and numbered ‘8/12’. Dia.3.75 inches.
    £675
  • Flanders, Dennis (1915 – 1994)
    Berkshire; Eton College. Pencil, chalks and watercolour. Signed. 11×16 inches. Framed: 18.75×23 inches.
    £375
  • Fleming, Ian (1906 – 1994)
    The Breakfast Table. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1940. Exhibited: Agnews. 40×30 inches. Framed: 45×35 inches.
  • Fulleylove, John (1845 – 1908)
    Italy; Genoa, the Palazzo Doria. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1888. 13×10 inches. Framed: 20.5×17 inches.
  • Gabain, Ethel (1883 – 1950)
    ‘Rêves d’Après-Midi’ (W227). Lithograph. 1921. Edition of 24. Signed. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 12.25×9.25 inches. Framed: 22×18 inches.
    £975
  • 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.
  • Girtin, Thomas (1775 – 1802)
    Roxburghshire; ‘Jedburgh Abbey’, from the Riverbank. Pencil and monochrome wash. After another artist’s composition. Signed and dated 1794. The original mount inscribed ‘Jedburgh Abbey’ in another hand. The original mount further inscribed ‘Jedburgh Abbey by T. Girtin’ and ‘Belonged to Dr. Munro / Christie’s Sale 27 March 1936. / Lot No.1.’. Provenance: Dr Thomas Monro (1759-1833); … Christie’s, 27 March 1936, lot 1 as ‘Jedburgh Abbey and Six other Sepia Drawings of Landscapes and Sky Studies’; bought by Thos. Agnew & Sons; Norman Dakeyne Newall (1888-1952); his widow, Leslia Newall (d.1979); Christie’s, 14th December 1979, lot 145. Literature: this is one of the group of small sketches listed in Greg Smith, ‘Thomas Girtin: The Art of Watercolour’, Tate, 2002, Cat No. 27, p.47; Greg Smith, ‘Thomas Girtin (1775-1802): An Online Catalogue, Archive and Introduction to the Artist’, Cat no. TG0188. 4×6 inches.
  • Greaves, Walter (1846 – 1930)
    Thomas Carlyle (1795-1881) Pen and ink. c.1875. Signed. Exhibited: Michael Parkin. 9×7 inches. Framed: 16.5×14.5 inches.
    £2,250
  • Griggs R.A. R.E., Frederick Landseer Maur (1876 – 1938)
    ‘The Ford’ (Comstock 9). Etching. State III of VI. 1915. Edition of 60. Signed. 5.75×9.25 inches. Framed: 13×16 inches.
    £1,500
  • Guinness, Lindy (1941 – 2020)
    Still Life. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1981. 6.75×9.5 inches. Framed: 16.5×19 inches.
  • Hanley, Liam (1933 – 2019)
    ‘Yellow Flowers’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1967. 20.48×26.39 inches. Framed: 22×28 inches.
  • Hitchens, John (born 1940)
    ‘Calm Swell’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1964. Signed, titled and dated verso. 12.25×18 inches. Framed: 16.5×22.25 inches.
  • Hunt O.W.S., William Henry (1790 – 1864)
    Drawing Ale. Watercolour. c.1830. 6×4.5 inches. Framed: 14×12 inches.
  • Hunt, William Holman (1827 – 1910)
    ‘The Desolation of Egypt’ (Hartnoll 15). The artist in his tent at Giza, 1854. Etching on cream chine colle, applied to original backing sheet from the only published edition (of 500) as issued in ‘Etchings for the Art Union’ for the Etching Club in 1857. 1.75×4.25 inches. Framed: 13×17 inches.
  • Jackson (Circle of), Samuel (1794 – 1869)
    Wye Vallery; Tintern from the banks of the Wye. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed verso: ‘Tintern Jackson’. 7.25×13.5 inches.
  • John, Gwen (1876 – 1939)
    ‘Girl in Green, Holding a Prayer Book’. Watercolour and gouache. 1920s. Studio stamp. Exhibited: Davis and Langdale, 1988. Literature: for another version of this painting see Cecily Langdale, ‘Gwen John’, 1987, Cat. No.317, pl.164. 6×4.75 inches. Framed: 14×12.75 inches.
  • Jonzen R.B.A. A.R.B.S., Karen (1914 – 1998)
    ‘Girl Sewing’. Terracotta. 1967. Literature: ‘Karin Jonzen: Sculpture’, Silent Books, Cambridge, 1994, p.46. 13x12xD5.75 inches.
  • Kerr-Lawson, James (1865 – 1939)
    The young violinist. Oil on canvas. c.1895. Signed. 13.5×18 inches. Framed: 19.5×24 inches.
  • Knight, Harold (1874 – 1961)
    Head study; a South Kensington Schools examination piece. Charcoal. Bearing the ESK blind-stamp. The sitter has previously been identified as Lily Poyser, who modelled regularly at Nottingham School of Art. But a more convincing identification may be the sitter in Knight’s ‘Girl with a Red Bow’ (mid-1890s, Nottingham City Museums & Galleries). Provenance: Frederick Riley (1867-1915) by whom acquired from the artist when a student at Nottingham Art School, 1888-1895. This drawing is to be included in the catalogue raisonné currently being compiled by R John Croft FCA, the great-nephew of the artist. 12.86×11.25 inches. Framed: 20.5×18.5 inches.
  • Laporte, John (1761 – 1839)
    ‘A View on the Mersey, Lancashire’. Oil on canvas. Signed and indistinctly dated. Signed and titled to a label verso. 9.5×13 inches. Framed: 15.5×19.5 inches.
  • Lear, Edward (1812 – 1888)
    Egypt; near Mount Sinai. Pencil, pen and ink. Inscribed and dated, ’21 January 1849 / 5pm’. 12×19.75 inches.
  • Lee R.A., Sydney (1866 – 1949)
    ‘A Venetian Merchant’ (RM165). Wood-engraving. Signed. Signed and dated, 1928 in the block. Edition not declared (probably 100). Lee exhibited an oil of same subject at the R.A. in 1924. 11.75×15 inches.
    £650
  • Legros, Alphonse (1837 – 1911)
    Profile; previously identified as Charles Ricketts (1866-1931). Silver point on prepared paper. Signed and dated, 1890. 13.25×9.75 inches. Framed: 21×17 inches.
    £3,750
  • Lowson (Nineteenth Century), L. I.
    The Antique Collection. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1885. 20×26 inches. Framed: 23×29 inches.
  • MacNab, Allan (1901 – 1982)
    France; ‘Mentone’. Engraving and drypoint. Signed, dated 1926 and editioned ’54/55′. 12×15 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.
  • Müller, William James (1812 – 1845)
    Bristol; the view from the West end of Royal York Crescent with Clifton Church in the distance and Cornwallis Crescent to the right. Watercolour. Exhibited: Agnews. Provenance: Dr Robert Hemphill. 5×10 inches. Framed: 12×16 inches.
    £2,750
  • 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.
  • Munn, Paul Sandby (1773 – 1845)
    West Sussex; Amberley Castle. Waetcrolour. Circa 1810. 11.5×8.5 inches. Framed: 22×18 inches.
  • Nicholson O.W.S. (Circle of /Family of), Francis (1753 – 1844)
    Worcestershire; Evesham Abbey. Watercolour. c.1810. Bearing a false ‘J Varley’ Signature. 21.75×30 inches.
    £875
  • Notz, Johannes (1802 – 1862)
    Portrait of a Swiss lady. Chalks. c.1830. Signed. 13.25×10.75 inches. Framed: 21.5×18.5 inches.
  • Noyes (Late Eighteenth Century), Robert
    Wiltshire; ‘A View in the Devizes’. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1798. Showing the sculpture of a bear on twin columns, moved to stand on the porch of the Bear Hotel in 1806 (and where it still stands today). The current Market Cross was designed by James Wyatt and completed in 1814. 13×23.75 inches. Framed: 16.75×27.5 inches.
    £3,000
  • Phillips, B. R.
    Figure composition. Chalks. Squared for transfer. c.1950 15×19.5 inches. Framed: 22.75×27 inches.
    £275
  • Phipps R.W.A. S.W.E., Howard (born 1954)
    ‘Cottage interior, Cornwall’. Wood-engraving. Signed, titled and editioned ’24/150′. 6×4.5 inches.
    £575
  • Pocock OWS, Nicholas (1740 – 1821)
    Morning over a town and castle, probably Carisbrooke, Isle of Wight. Watercolour. Exhibited: A and H. 7×10.5 inches. Framed: 15×17.75 inches.
    £775
  • Prendergast, Peter (1946 – 2007)
    ‘Winter Landscape’. Acrylic. Signed, titled and dated, 2001 verso. Exhibited: The Singer & Friedlander Watercolour Competition, The Mall Galleries, 2003. 11.5×15.25 inches. Framed: 18.25×21.76 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.
  • 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.
    £4,250
  • Richardson Jnr, Thomas Miles (1813 – 1890)
    Evening; the return home. Watercolour. Signed with initials and dated 185(6?). 8.5×12 inches. Framed: 16.5×19.75 inches.
  • Romney, George (1734 – 1802)
    John Howard visiting the Lazaretto. Pencil. c.1792. 5×7.5 inches. Framed: 7.25×10 inches.
  • Ryohei, Tanaka (1933 – 2019)
    Japan; Kyoto, ‘Togetsu-kyo in the Rain’. Etching. 1995. Signed and editioned, 149/150. Exhibited: Kamal Bakhshi Contemporary Japanese Prints. 3.5×4.75 inches.
  • Salter P.R.A., Rebecca (born 1955)
    ‘J45’. Acrylic on canvas. Signed, titled and dated 1995 verso. 8×8 inches.
  • Shannon R.A., Charles Haslewood (1863 – 1937)
    ‘Caresses’ (R21). Lithograph. 1894. Edition of 55. Signed and dedicated ‘In Memory of Xmas Day 1907 – Kathleen CS’. Ex. Collection: Paul Delaney, author of ‘The Lithographs of Paul Shannon’. 8.5×6.25 inches.
  • Sickert R.A. N.E.A.C., Walter Richard (1860 – 1942)
    ‘Church Time’. Chalk, pen and ink. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Agnews, ‘Centenary Exhibition of Etchings and Drawings by Sickert’, 1960, Cat No. 227. 12.25×10.25 inches. Framed: 20×17.5 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.
    £975
  • Swanwick R.I. R.O.I., Harold (1866 – 1928)
    Eventide. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1893. Provenance: Christies 14/9/2000; to A and H. 5×6.5 inches. Framed: 12.75×13.5 inches.
    £575
  • Tavener R.E., Robert (1920 – 2004)
    ‘Tree and Oast Houses (No.4)’. Linocut. Signed, titled and editioned ’11/75′. 19×27 inches.
    £875
  • Tchelichev, Pavel (1898 – 1957)
    Sleeping Figure. Brush and sepia wash. Signed. 6.25×10 inches. Framed: 14.75×18 inches.
    £1,750
  • Thornton, Valerie (1931 – 1991)
    ‘Studio Creation’ Charcoal and pastels. 1989/90. Inscribed verso in Michael Chase’s hand. Provenance: the artist’s husband, Michael Chase, and by descent. 20.5×14.5 inches. Framed: 28.5×22 inches.
    £875
  • Thys, Gaston (1863 – 1893)
    Hercules and the Bull. Oil on canvas. Inscribed ‘St Cecil and dated 1882. Signed / dedicated: ‘Le Pentre au Musicien’ / ‘Thys à Deven’. 10×12 inches. Framed: 18×20 inches.
  • Topolski R.A., Feliks (1907 – 1989)
    Portrait. Chalks. c.1960. Signed. 17×11.5 inches. Framed: 25×19 inches.
  • Trevelyan R.A., Julian (1910 – 1988)
    ‘Oxford’. Etching and aquatint. 1969. From the Thames Suite. Signed, titled and editioned ‘5/75’. 13.75×18.25 inches.
    £1,400
  • 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.
    £1,250
  • Tunnicliffe R.A. R.E., Charles Frederick (1901 – 1978)
    ‘The White Horse’ (MH46). Etching and drypoint. 1927. Signed and editioned, ’47/75′. 8×9.25 inches.
  • Tute R.E. S.W.E., George (born 1933)
    ‘Sunflower Field’. Wood-engraving. Signed, titled and editioned ’65/75′. 15.75×11.25 inches.
  • Underwood (and Pupil), Leon (1890 – 1975)
    Life drawing. Pencil. Inscribed ‘Demonstration by Leon Underwood’. The main drawing is by a student from the Brook Green School of Art (1919-1938). Bottom right is a demonstration drawing by Underwood. 6×15.5 inches. Framed: 10×19.5 inches.
    £375
  • Varley F.R.S.A., Cornelius (1781 – 1873)
    ‘Ireland’; a study of trees. Pencil. Signed with initials, inscribed and dated, 1808. Ex. Collection: Sir John Witt. 9×12 inches.
  • Varley O.W.S., John (1778 – 1842)
    Northumberland; A View Towards Holy Island from Bamburgh Castle. Pencil, and watercolour. 1808. Agnews, ‘130th Annual Watercolour Exhibition’, 2003, Cat No 33. 4×7 inches. Framed: 11.5×14.25 inches.
  • Varley O.W.S., John (1778 – 1842)
    Wales; Harlech Castle and Tegwyn Ferry from Traeth Mawr. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1804. The sketch used for Varley’s large composition of the same subject, now in the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven. Exhibited: Bill Thompson. 9.75×17.75 inches. Framed: 19.25×26.5 inches.
  • Walcot R.E., William (1874 – 1943)
    ‘The Trojan Horse – Virgil’s Aeneid II’ (D20 / EH-L 35). Etching and aquatint. 1914. Signed. Edition of 35, of which 29 printed. 24.5×32.25 inches.
  • Walcot R.E., William (1874 – 1943)
    The Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Etching and aquatint. 1918. Signed. 13.75×21.5 inches.
  • Wood V.P.R.W.S., William Thomas (1877 – 1958)
    Sussex Moon-rise. Charcoal and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1929. 15×16.5 inches.
  • Wood, John (1801 – 1870)
    A young woman reading. Pencil and sepia wash. 1830s. Provenance: an album of drawings by John Wood compiled in 1884 and with A and H in 1994. Acquired by us at Sotheby’s that year. 9.75×8 inches. Framed: 16.25×14 inches.

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STEPHEN TOMLIN (1901-1937)
Portrait of Duncan Grant

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SURPRISE SUMMER GROUP

5pm Tuesday 15th August


LIST 540 – SEPTEMBER 2023

PART I

5pm Tuesday 5th September


LEON UNDERWOOD (1890-1975)

An Exhibition of 40 Prints
1920-1950

14th September – 7th October


LIST 540 – SEPTEMBER 2023

PART II

5pm Tuesday 19th September

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