Harry Moore-Gwyn - British Continental Pictures & Prints
and
Arnaud Delas - Photographs
on Wednesday 25th October 2017

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1.      NORTH ITALIAN SCHOOL (LATE 16TH CENTURY)
CHRIST ON THE CROSS
oil on canvas (a fragment)
65.5 cm by 57.5 cm; 26 in by 22 1/2 in £1500-2000
2.      FRENCH SCHOOL (LATE 16TH CENTURY)
SAINT CATHERINE OF ALEXANDRIA
oil on copper
27 cm by 20.5 cm; 10 1/2 in by 8 in £800-1200
3.      AFTER MAURICE QUENTIN DE LA TOUR (1704-1788)
PORTRAIT OF LOUIS DE SILVESTRE THE YOUNGER (1675-1760)
pastel on paper laid to board
33.5 cm by 28.5 cm; 13 3/4 in by 11 1/4 in £400-600
4.      SCHOOL OF PARMA (16TH CENTURY)
PORTRAIT OF A GIRL WITH A RED BOOK
oil on canvas
56 cm by 41 cm; 22 in by 16 in £1500-2000
5.      FOLLOWER OF NICOLAS REGNIER (1591-1667)
SAINT JOHN THE EVANGELIST
oil on canvas
55 cm by 46 cm; 21 3/4 in by 18 1/4 in £600-800
6.      AFTER JEAN-MARC NATTIER (1685-1766)
PUTTI WITH A FLORAL GARLAND
oil on canvas
76 cm by 63 cm; 30 in by 25 in

Provenance
The Earls of Barrymore

The present work is a copy of two putti on the right hand side of Nattier's "Portrait of a Lady presumed to be Louise Diane d'Orleans".

According to a label on the reverse of the frame, it is that the present work came from the collection of Richard, the 7th Lord Barrymore (1769-1793). Known as Hellgate, or The Rake of Rakes, he was a famous sportsman, riding his own racehorses with great success, boxing, fencing, and appearing in first-class cricket twice for Brighton. In 1791 he became an MP for Heytesbury, possibly to escape arrest for debt. Having been commissioned into the Royal Berkshire Militia in 1789 he was later killed by an accidental discharge of his musket while escorting French prisoners of war to Dover. While it was believed that he died deeply indebted, after probate he was found to be solvent. £600-800
7.      FRENCH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE WITH TRAVELLERS BY A VILLAGE
oil on panel
37 cm by 52 cm; 14 1/2 in by 20 in £200-300
8.      ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 18TH CENTURY)
RIVER ESTUARY
indistinctly signed l.l. and dated 1791
oil on panel
25 cm by 32 cm; 10 in by 12 1/2 in £200-300
9.      MANNER OF MEINDERT HOBBEMA (19TH CENTURY)
TRAVELLERS ON A ROAD IN AN EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE
oil on canvas
104 cm by 146 cm; 41 in by 57 1/2 in £1500-2000
10.     THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827)
HIGHWAYMAN
watercolour over pen and ink and pencil
30 cm by 22 cm; 11 3/4 in by 8 3/4 in £2000-3000
11.     THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827)
A FIGHT AT AN INN
watercolour over pen and ink
17 cm by 24 cm; 6 3/4 in by 9 1/2 in £600-800
12.     THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827)
THE CHAMBER OF GENIUS
signed and dated l.l.: Rowlandson 1805
watercolour over pen and ink and pencil
22 cm by 29 cm; 8 3/4 in by 11 1/2 in £1000-1500
13.     THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827)
QUARTER DAY, OR CLEARING THE PREMISES, WITHOUT CONSULTING YOUR LANDLORD
inscribed with title l.l. and signed l.r.: Rowlandson
watercolour over pen and ink
28 cm by 22 cm; 11 in by 8 3/4 in £1000-1500
14.     THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827)
A FALL FROM A HORSE
watercolour over pen and ink
11 cm by 18 cm; 4 1/4 in by 7 in £500-700
15.     THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827)
"SUAVETAURILIA", AFTER THE ANTIQUE
inscribed with title l.c.
watercolour over pen and ink
10 cm by 18 cm; 4 in by 7 in

After the sarcophagus panel in the Louvre £300-500
16.     ATTRIBUTED TO ANTHONY VANDYKE COPLEY FIELDING, P.O.W.S. (1787-1855)
CATTLE DRINKING ON THE BANKS OF A RIVER
signed and dated l.r.: C.F. (?) /June 1846
watercolour heightened with bodycolour
14 cm by 23 cm; 5 1/2 by 9 in
sold together with a picture of birds on a flowering branch
(2) £120-180
17.     ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN DOWNMAN, A.R.A. (1750-1824)
STUDY OF A MONKEY
watercolour over pencil
11.5 cm by 9.5 cm; 4 1/2 in by 3 3/4 in £100-150
18.     JAMES ARCHER (1823-1904)
PORTRAIT OF COLONEL MILNE
signed and dated l.l.: Archer 1848
black, white, and red chalk
50 cm by 42 cm; 19 3/4 in by 16 1/2 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
19.     GEORGE CATTERMOLE, OWS (1800-1868)
MONKS READING IN A MEDIEVAL INTERIOR
watercolour, in an exceptional antique carved-gilt frame
49cm by 64.5cm; 19 1/4in by 25 1/4in

Exhibited
London, Old Watercolour Society, 1850, no. 377

George Cattermole was born at Dickleburgh, in Norfolk. When he was fourteen he began working as an architectural and topographical designer for the antiquary John Britton. He became an associate of the Royal Watercolour Society in 1822 and a full member in 1833. In 1850 he abandoned the society, dedicating his attention to painting in oil. At the Paris Exhibition of 1855 George Cattermole was honoured with one of the five first-class gold medals awarded to British painters. He also received professional artistic honours in Amsterdam and in Belgium. Among his leading works are The Murder of the Bishop of Liege, The Armourer (relating the Story of the Sword) and The Assassination of the Regent Murray by Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh. He was strongly influenced by the writing of Walter Scott whose work he also illustrated. The present work is a major exhibition piece from his final years as a watercolour painter. £300-400
20.     HENRY EDRIDGE A.R.A. (1769-1821)
PORTRAIT OF A LADY SAID TO BE CHARLOTTE, LADY STEELE
signed and dated l.l.: Edridge/1795
with inscription on label (verso)
wash over pencil
17.5 cm by 12.5 cm; 6 3/4 in by 5 in

According to label verso, the present work depicts Charlotte Amelia, daughter of Sir David Lindsay, 4th Baronet, who married Sir Thomas Steele after whom Steel Point in Sydney Harbour is named. £300-500
21.     ATTRIBUTED TO PHILIPPE MERCIER (1689-1760)
A LADY IN A LONG DRESS
red and white chalk
31.5 cm by 25.5 cm; 12 1/2 in by 10 in

Provenance
Sotheby's, London, 4 July 1975, lot 143; Bonhams, New Bond Street, 17 April, 2002, lot 98 £800-1200
22.     ROBERT DIGHTON (1752-1814)
A LAWYER AND HIS AGENT
signed l.r.: R. Dighton
watercolour
32 cm by 25.5 cm; 12 1/2 in by 10 in

An engraving is recorded as being made of the same subject, probably of the present work, in 1798. £2000-3000
23.     JAMES HOLLAND, O.W.S. (1800-1870)
THE MARKETPLACE IN ROUEN AND A BOAT, ROUEN
(a pair of drawings)
one inscribed and dated: Augst 26th/Rouen the other dated: Augst 25th
pencil
the largest 17.5 cm by 25 cm; 7 in by 10 in
(unframed)

£100-150
24.     LOT WITHDRAWN FROM SALE
25.     HENRY MARTENS (C. 1790-1868)
THE ROYAL ARTILLERY, 1850 and THE ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY, 1850
signed with monogram l.r.: HM
a pair of watercolours
each approx 24 cm by 33 cm; 9 1/2 in by 13 in
(2) £300-500
26.     REGINALD AUGUSTUS WYMER (1849-1935)
A STUDY OF ROYAL ARTILLERY UNIFORMS FROM 1790 TO 1882
signed with monogram and dated l.l.: RW/1882
bodycolour
37 cm by 52 cm; 14 1/2 in by 20 1/2 in
£70-100
27.     HERCULES BRABAZON BRABAZON (1821-1906)
A PAIR OF NORTH AFRICAN SCENES
each signed with monogram: HBB
pencil and charcoal heightened with white
each approx. 11 cm by 16.5 cm; 4 1/4 in by 6 1/2 in
(2) £200-300
28.     HERCULES BRABAZON BRABAZON (1821-1906)
POPLARS
sold together with a landscape study in orange chalk by the same hand
both signed with monogram l.r.: HBB
watercolour and chalk over pencil
the first 12.5 cm by 11 cm; 5 in by 4 1/4 in
the second 9 cm by 14.5 cm; 3 1/2 in by 5 3/4 in
to be sold together with Low Tide in An Estuary, in the manner of Brabazon
(3) £200-300
29.     HERCULES BRABAZON BRABAZON (1821-1906)
SOUVENIR OF COROT
signed with monogram l.l.: HBB
watercolour and bodycolour
11 cm by 16.5 cm; 4 1/4 in by 6 1/2 in
sold together with a Scene on the Italian Lakes in the manner of Brabazon
(2) £300-500
30.     HERCULES BRABAZON BRABAZON (1821-1906)
THE ROAD BY THE SEA
pastel with pencil
9 cm by 13 cm; 3 1/2 in by 5 in
to be sold together with A Madeira Landscape and A Normandy River Scene, both in the manner of Brabazon

Provenance
The first acquired by the present owner from Chris Beetles July 1994
(3) £200-300
31.     HERCULES BRABAZON BRABAZON (1821-1906)
MOUNTAIN SCENE - A SOUVENIR OF TURNER
signed with monogram l.r.: HBB
pencil and chalk
9.5 cm by 13 cm; 3 3/4 in by 5 in
to be sold together with Continental River Scene, Possibly Avignon, and An Arab Dhow, both in the manner of Brabazon
(3) £200-300
32.     HERCULES BRABAZON BRABAZON (1821-1906)
HAMBURG
signed with monogram l.l.: HBB
pencil with coloured chalks
15.5 cm by 13 cm; 6 in by 5 in
to be sold together with Mediterranean Village and Meadow with Lake, both in the manner of Brabazon
(3)

Provenance
The first acquired by the present owner from Chris Beetles Gallery, London 1972 £300-500
33.     HERCULES BRABAZON BRABAZON (1821-1906)
THE SALUTE FROM THE PIAZZA SAN MARCO, VENICE
signed with monogram l.l.: HBB
coloured chalks
15 cm by 23 cm, 6 in by 9 in £600-800
34.     HERCULES BRABAZON BRABAZON (1821-1906)
RAMLEH, PALESTINE
signed l.r.: HBB and inscribed with title
watercolour and bodycolour over pencil
12 cm by 19 cm; 4 3/4 in by 7 1/2 in £500-700
35.     GEORGE DU MAURIER (1834-1896)
DRAWING FOR THE SERIES: "THINGS WE WOULD RATHER HAVE EXPRESSED DIFFERENTLY"
signed, dated, and inscribed l.r.: G. du Maurier/Hampstead/May 93 and inscribed with the cartoon's caption
pen and sepia ink
23 cm by 32 cm; 9 in by 12 ½ in

An illustration for Punch from May 1893 £250-350
36.     CHARLES SIM MOTTRAM (worked 1876-1903)
FROM THE BEACH
signed and dated l.r.:Che.S.Mottram/'93
watercolour
30 cm by 45.5 cm; 11 3/4 in by 18 in

Mottram was a painter of marine and coastal scenes. Born in Rotherham, Yorkshire he moved to London at an early age, living in Stoke Newington and Hampstead. He began exhibiting Cornish subjects in 1880s and in 1901 he and his wife and young family moved to Cornwall, taking up residence in St Ives. £250-350
37.     EDWARD TUCKER (1825-1909)
WARWICK CASTLE
signed l.r.: E. Tucker
watercolour
33 cm by 49.5 cm; 13 in by 19 1/2 in £200-300
38.     HENRY WALLIS, R.W.S. (1830-1916)
POMPEII
watercolour and crayon
51 cm by 35.5 cm; 20 in by 14 in £700-1000
39.     ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
A CHILD WITH A BALL
pencil heightened with white chalk on paper
64 cm by 51 cm; 25 in by 20 in £100-150
40.     ANGLO-INDIAN SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
THE UNMOUNTED HORSE AND THE CAVALRY ESCORT (A PAIR)
sold together with three portrait watercolours in the manner of Count Amadeo Preziosi (1816-1882)
the largest 16.5 cm by 24.5 cm; 6 1/2 in by 9 3/4 in
all unframed
(5) £80-120
41.     A FOLIO OF DRAWINGS MAINLY OF CRIMEAN WAR INTEREST
including Boleia at Gallipoli in April 1854, a topographical explanation of the Siege of Petropavlovsk in September 1854, sailors aboard a ship, view of a barracks, and other topographical subjects.
(10) £80-120
42.     BESSIE PURKISS (FL. 1895)
A FOLIO OF WATERCOLOURS OF CHINA
including Temple in the blue Hills near Beijing; and other watercolours of temples, shrines, and settlements, mostly in the Beijing area
(14) £100-150
43.     APRIL SWAYNE-THOMAS (FL MID 20TH CENTURY)
TIBETAN CHILDREN
coloured crayon
sold together with a watercolour of an indian temple; a Vanity Fair print "An Indian Statesman"; a hand coloured engraving of an Arab Bedouin; and a quantity of reproduction prints from "The Tale of the Arabian Nights"
the first 20.5 cm by 31 cm; 8 in by 12 in
(13) £80-120
44.     A LARGE FOLIO OF TOPOGRAPHICAL DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLOURS (MAINLY MID 19TH CENTURY)
including West Coast of Palawan in the Phillipines; Majapahit, Java; Sapathoo, India; Burasgoon, India; Cape St. Vincent; A Game of Cricket; Two Figure studies attributed to George Chinnery; Milagraya Industrial School (Sri Lanka) July 1852; the falls of Garsuppah, west coast of India; and other subjects
(approx. 27) £100-150
45.     ALEXANDER RATTRAY (1830-1906)
FACADE OF ST PAUL'S, MACAU
signed l.r.: Alex Rattray and inscribed (verso): Macao - China
watercolour over pen and ink
26.5 cm by 21.5 cm; 10 1/2 in by 8 1/2 in

Exhibited
Martyn Gregory, Alexander Rattray 1830-1906, catalogue no. 62, no 68
£100-150
46.     FREDERICK WILLIAM STURGE (1858-c.1939)
GIBRALTAR
signed l.l.: F.W. Sturge
watercolour
29 cm by 46 cm; 11 1/2 in by 18 in £200-300
47.     FREDERICK WILLIAM STURGE (1858-c.1939)
A CASTLE IN THE SOUTH OF FRANCE
signed l.r.: F.W. Sturge
watercolour
28 cm by 37 cm; 11 in by 14 1/2 in

Provenance
Commissioned from the artist by Brigadier E.M. Paul c. 1920 £80-120
48.     CHINESE SCHOOL (19TH/20TH CENTURY)
A PAIR OF STUDIES OF BIRDS
bodycolour on rice paper
19 cm by 27 cm; 7 1/2 in by 10 1/2 in
(2) £60-80
49.     •COLONEL HENRY RICHARD BEADON DONNE C.B. (1860-1949)
THE TAJ MAHAL, AGRA
signed l.r.: HRB Donne
watercolour
39 cm by 57 cm; 15 1/2 in by 22 1/2 in £400-600
50.     AFTER LT. COL. ALEXANDER JACK (1805-1857)
CROSSING THE RIVER
signed in plate l.l.: A. Jack
coloured lithograph

Lieutenant Colonel Jack served in the 30th Bengal Native Infantry, commencing as ensign in 1824 and serving in that regiment until December 1851 with great credit when he was promoted to lieutenant-colonel in the 34th Bengal Native Infantry. He painted throughout his service, and was killed at Cawnpore during the Indian Mutiny in 1857. £80-120
51.     HENRI-AIMÉ DUHEM (1860-1941)
OBJECTS IN AN ELEGANT INTERIOR
signed l.l.: Henri Duhem
oil on canvas
50 cm by 60 cm; 9 ¾ in by 23 in £300-400
52.     BARBIZON SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
CATTLE IN A MARSHY GLADE
oil on panel
48 cm by 58 cm; 19 in by 23 in £400-600
53.     WILLIAM SHACKLETON (1872-1933)
STUDY FOR 'GRASS OF PARNASSUS'
coloured chalks over pencil
38 cm by 36.5 cm; 15 in by 15 1/2 in

The present work is a study for the painting in the Manchester Art Gallery. £300-400
54.     SIR ERNEST ALBERT WATERLOW, R.A., P.R.W.S. (1850-1919)
CLOUDS AT SUNSET, MILFORD ON SEA, HAMPSHIRE
inscribed and dated l.l.: Milford on Sea/October 3 95
oil on board
21 cm by 45.5 cm; 8 ¼ in by 18 in £100-150
55.     LIONEL PERCY SMYTHE, R.A., R.W.S. (1839-1918)
CHILDREN WADING IN A RIVER BY A CONTINENTAL TOWN
signed and dated l.l.: Lionel.P.Smythe/1896
oil on board laid to panel
33 cm by 44 cm; 13 in by 17 ¼ in £600-800
56.     WILLIAM LUKER SNR. (1828-1892)
STUDIES OF A YOUNG BOY
signed with monogram and dated l.r.: W.L./Dec. 1857
oil on card
36 cm by 26.5 cm; 14 in by 10 ¼ in £250-350
57.     GEORGE SHERWOOD HUNTER, R.B.A. (C.1850-1919)
EVENING IN A VILLAGE SQUARE, FINISTERE
singed l.r.: G.S. Hunter and inscribed on stretcher (verso) ?/Finistere
oil on canvas
25.5 cm by 51 cm; 10 in by 20 in £300-500
58.     CIRCLE OF PAUL MAITLAND (1863-1909)
RIDERS ON ROTTEN ROW, HYDE PARK
oil on canvas
45 cm by 62 cm; 18 in by 24 1/2 in

Provenance
with Anthony D'Offay Gallery (label on stretcher)

This intriguing early twentieth century view of Hyde Park is probably by an artist in the circle of Paul Maitland and Albert Ludovici who did very similar views at around the same date. It bears some comparison with the work of William Evelyn Osborn (1868-1906), who executed similar London views on the same scale. £1000-1500
59.     WILLIAM LINNELL (1826-1906)
RECLINING FEMALE NUDE
oil on canvas
sold together with a drawing of a female nude by the same hand
the first 42 cm by 72 cm; 16 1/2 in by 28 1/4 in £400-600
60.     JOHN BYAM LISTON SHAW, R.I., R.O.I., (1872-1919)
A PORTRAIT OF OLIVE WITH HER CHINA DOLL
signed l.r.: Byam Shaw and inscribed with title u.l. Olive
oil on canvas
57 cm by 39 cm; 22 ½ in by 15 ¼ in £600-800
61.     GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI (1720-1778)
THE ROUND TOWER (PLATE III FROM CARCERI D'INVENZIONE)
etching and engraving 1749, probably printed c. 1830 or later, with margins
approx. 540mm by 410mm £800-1000
62.     WILLIAM HEATH (1795-1840)
A CHINESE SET-TO
from Sketches by Travellers (Plate 6)
hand-coloured etching
25 cm by 35 cm; 9 3/4 in by 13 3/4 in £200-300
63.     •CLAUDE FLIGHT (1881-1955)
SPEED (C. CF7)
signed in pencil u.l.: CLAUDE FLIGHT
Inscribed in pencil with edition number I.I.:11/50
linocut printed in cobalt blue, yellow ochre, vermilion and Prussian blue, 1922, on buff oriental laid paper, with margins
22.6 cm by 28.8cm; 9 in by 11 1/4 in

Literature
Stephen Coppel, Linocuts of the Machine Age, Scholar Press, London, 1995, p74.

The present work was used as the frontispiece to Flight's first linocut textbook, Lino-cuts: A Hand-book of Linoleum-cut Colour Printing (1927). This print was impressed on the reverse of the sheet, the colours showing through the fine translucent paper. It is possibly one of the most significant British prints of the early 20th century. £15000-20000
64.     •AFTER SALVADOR DALI (1904-1989)
PORTRAIT AUX SIGNATURES
coloured mezzotint
signed l.r. and numbered l.r.: XLIX of L
32.5 cm by 24.5 cm; 13 in by 9.5 in £200-300
65.     SEM (GEORGES GOURSAT) (1863-1934)
BACKSTAGE AT THE BALLET
signed in plate
lithograph
43 cm by 55 cm; 17 in by 21 3/4 in £250-350
66.     •PIERRE BONNARD (1867-1947)
LES BOULEVARDS
lithograph printed in colours
1900, from Mappenwerk der Insel, with the stamp verso, published in an edition of 100, on china paper, with margins
sheet 278mm by 351mm £500-700
67.     HONORE DAUMIER (1808-1879)
A PLATE FROM LES GENS DE JUSTICE
lithograph, 1845
a good impression on blanc, before the magazine edition
with margins
24 cm by 35 cm; 9 1/2 in by 13 3/4 in £300-500
68.     JEAN-FRANCOIS MILLET (1814-1875)
LE SEMEUR
lithograph
1851, on wove paper, with margins
sheet 270mm by 203mm £2000-3000
69.     JEAN-FRANCOIS MILLET (1814-1875)
LES GLANEUSES
etching, circa 1855, on laid paper, with margins
sheet 212 by 334 mm £2000-3000
70.     JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER (1834-1903)
NEEDLEWORK
lithograph
1896, on wove paper watermarked OWP & AOL, with margins
sheet 378mm by 261mm £1000-1500
71.     JAMES ABBOTT MCNEILL WHISTLER (1834-1903)
BLACK LION WHARF
etching with drypoint
1859, on laid paper, a good impression
platemark 151 mm by 254 mm; sheet 179 mm by 255 mm £800-1200
72.     HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864-1901)
CARNAVAL
lithograph printed in green and red
1894, signed in pencil, with margins
sheet approx. 380 mm by 282 mm

Provenenace
William Weston Gallery £2000-3000
73.     HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864-1901)
JEANNE GRANIER (FROM PORTRAITS D'ACTEURS ET D' ACTRICES)
lithograph
1898, with margins
sheet approx 394 mm by 315 mm

Provenance
William Weston Gallery £600-800
74.     HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC (1864-1901)
MARIE-LOUISE MARSY (FROM PORTRAITS D'ACTEURS ET D'ACTRICES)
lithograph, 1898, with margins
sheet 297 mm by 240 mm

Provenance
William Weston Gallery £600-800
75.     •AFTER SALVADOR DALI (1904-1989)
PORTRAIT OF LA FONTAINE
signed l.r.
etching
56 cm by 40 cm; 22 in by 15 3/4 in £200-300
76.     •EDMUND BLAMPIED (1886-1966)
SPEECH OF THE EVENING
signed in pencil l.l.: E. Blampied and numbered 47/100
drypoint, 1931
27.5 cm by 27.5 cm; 11 in by 11 in £300-400
77.     •LAURENCE STEPHEN LOWRY, R.A. R.B.A. (1887-1976)
LANDSCAPE WITH FARM BUILDINGS
signed in pencil l.r.: L.S. Lowry
offset lithograph
40 cm by 52 cm; 15 3/4 in by 20 1/2 in

From the painting executed in 1954 and exhibited at the artist's memorial exhibition at the Royal Academy in 1976. £600-800
78.     •AUGUSTUS JOHN, O.M., R.A. (1878-1961)
THE SERVING MAID
signed in pencil l.r.: Augustus John
etching with tone
13.5 cm by 13.5 cm; 5 1/4 in by 5 1/4 in £200-300
79.     •GEORGE BELCHER, R.A. (1875-1947)
TIME AND JUDGEMENT AT THE NATIONAL SPORTING CLUB
signed in pencil l.r. George Belcher
coloured lithograph
32 cm by 23 cm; 12 1/2 in by 9 in £100-150
80.     •CAPTAIN ALFRED BUCKHAM (1879-1956)
THE BLACK CAMEL
signed l.l.: Alfred G. Buckham/Capt. RAF and inscribed with title
drypoint
30 cm by 35 cm; 11 3/4 in by 13 3/4 in

Probably after the photograph by the same artist Sunshine and Snow Showers, Captain Jordan in his Sopwith Camel. £300-500
81.     •EDMUND BLAMPIED (1886-1966)
POLITICS
signed in pencil l.l.: E. Blampied
drypoint, 1925
sheet approx 255 mm by 394mm

Provenance
William Weston Gallery £250-350
82.     •AUGUSTUS JOHN, O.M., R.A. (1878-1961)
URSULA
signed l.r.: A.E. John
etching with tone
18 cm by 11.5 cm; 7 in by 4.5 in £200-300
83.     •DAVID HOCKNEY (b. 1937)
TWO APPLES & ONE LEMON & FOUR FLOWERS
coloured print
34.5 by 54.5 cm; 13½ in by 21½ in
unframed £80-120
84.     A FOLIO OF PRINTS
Including three prints by Wendela Boreel, a group of portraits after Sir Gerald Kelly, and an artist's proof etching "Side of Mount Caburn" by Carolyn Trant
(9) £100-150
85.     •SIR FRANK BRANGWYN, R.A, R.W.S. (1867-1956)
THE MINE
lithograph
30.5 cm by 22.5 cm; 12 in by 8 3/4 in £100-150
86.     SIR WILLIAM ROTHENSTEIN (1872-1945)
JOHN SINGER SARGENT
proof lithograph
from the series English Portraits (c. 1897)
30.5 cm by 23 cm; 12 in by 9 in

Exhibited
Sally Hunter Fine Art, Summer Exhibition, July-September 1992, No. 51 £100-150
87.     •SIR KYFFIN WILLIAMS, R.A. (1918-2006)
FARM NEAR CYFFYLLIOG
signed in pencil l.r.: Kyffin Williams and numbered 59/75
limited edition coloured print
43 cm by 51cm; 17 in by 20 in £200-300
88.     •JOHN PIPER C.H. (1903-1992)
THE GLYDERS
screenprinted textile
51.5 cm by 55.5 cm; 20 1/4 in by 22 3/4 in £500-700
89.     •JOHN PIPER, C.H. (1903-1992)
OTTERY ST. MARY (Levinson 402)
signed in pencil l.r.: John Piper
screenprint
62 cm by 81 cm; 24 1/2 in by 32 in £600-800
90.     ATTRIBUTED TO CHITTAPROSAD (1915-1975)
THE TIRED SHOESHINE BOY
signed, inscribed and dated l.l.: Chittaprosad/Bombay Sept '57
print
22.5 m by 27.5cm; 9in by 11in
mounted, unframed £300-500
91.     •PABLO ROIG (1879-1955)
FOUR CIRCUS SCENES CIRCA 1911
lithographs printed in colours
approx. 39 cm by 33 cm; 15 1/2 in by 13 in
(4) £150-200
92.     AFTER MAX BEERBOHM (1872-1956)
A SET OF SIX PRINTS, FIVE CARICATURES AND A LETTER
reproduction prints
approx. 33 cm by 23 cm; 13 in by 9 in
(6) £100-150
93.     JULES JACQUET (1841-1913) AFTER JEAN-LOUIS ERNEST MEISSONIER (1815-1891)
1805, CUIRASSIERS BEFORE THE CHARGE
signed in pencil by Jacquet
engraving
together with "The Siege of Ratisbon" and "Napoleon with his Old Guard" both prints after R. Caton Woodville (both signed in pencil)
(3) £150-200
94.     EUGENE CICERI (1813-1890) AFTER AUGUSTE BOURGET (1808-1877)
A VIEW OF MACAU AND A VIEW OF HONG-SHANG
two lithographs c. mid-1800s
approx. 25.5 cm by 43 cm; 10 in by 17 in
(2) £150-200
95.     EUGENE CICERI (1813-1890), AFTER LOUIS LE BRETON (1818-1866)
RADE DE SAMBOANGAN
hand coloured lithograph
30 cm by 44 cm; 11 3/4 in by 17 1/4 in £100-150
96.     BENJAMIN COLE (1697-1783) AFTER NATHANIEL PARR (CIRCA. 1750)
A FRONT VIEW OF THE ROYAL PALACE OF KENSINGTON
hand coloured engraving
25 cm by 39 cm; 9 3/4 in by 15 1/2 in £140-180
97.     •MARIETTE LYDIS (1887-1970)
PORTRAIT OF A YOUNG GIRL
lithograph
with eight other lithographic portraits by the same artist
the first 32 cm by 26 cm; 12 1/2 in by 10 1/4 in, the rest approx 13 cm by 10 cm; 5 in by 4 in
(9) £200-300
98.     ARMAND VALLÉE (FL. EARLY 20TH CENTURY)
AT THE OPERA
signed l.r.: A. Vallee
pen and black ink
24 cm by 33 cm; 9 1/2 in by 13 in £300-500
99.     •ERWIN KRAL (MID 20TH CENTURY)
TWO VIEWS OF SPITTAL
coloured chalk and bodycolour on paper
approx 39 cm by 48 cm; 15 1/2 in by 19 in
(2) £100-150
100.    NICO JUNGMANN (1872-1935)
BRITTANY
signed with the artist's monogram l.r. and inscribed with title u.l.
gouache, watercolour, and ink
9 cm by 7.5 cm; 3 1/2 in by 3 in

Born in Holland and apprenticed to a church painter, Jungmann studied at the Rijksacademie before coming to London on a scholarship and settling as a British subject. His figurative work is highly decorative, frequently Art Nouveau in character and often executed on trips back to the continent to Holland (where he painted regularly in Volendam), and to Brittany and Normandy. He illustrated some highly acclaimed topographical works from these travels including Holland (1904), Norway (1905), and Normandy (1905). His wife Beatrix Mackay also wrote the text for the book on Norway. £800-1200
101.    NICO JUNGMANN (1872-1935)
ZEELAND WOMAN
signed with the artist's monogram u.r. and inscribed l.r. Zeeland/Holland
watercolour over pencil on board
29.5 cm by 19 cm; 15 1/2 in by 7 1/2 in £1000-1500
102.    SIR GEORGE CLAUSEN, R.A. R.W.S. (1852-1944)
WALES, EVENING
signed l.r.: G. Clausen
watercolour
23 cm by 29 cm; 9 in by 11 1/2 in

Provenance
Acquired from The Fine Arts Society, New Bond Street, October 1945 by a previous owner. £300-500
103.    SIR GEORGE CLAUSEN, R.A. R.W.S (1852-1944)
VIEW ACROSS ESSEX FIELDS
signed l.r.: G. Clausen
watercolour over soft pencil
20.5 cm by 26 cm; 8 in by 10 1/4 in £300-500
104.    SIR GEORGE CLAUSEN, R.A. R.W.S (1852-1944)
A CLOUDY SKY
signed l.r.: G. Clausen
watercolour
23 cm by 30.5 cm; 9 in by 12 in

Exhibited
Royal Scottish Society of Painters in Watercolours (according to label on backboard) £300-500
105.    PHILIP WILSON STEER, O.M. (1860-1942)
SHIPPING OFF THE ENGLISH COAST
signed l.l.: P.W. Steer
watercolour over touches of pencil
21 cm by 26.5 cm; 8 1/4 in by 10 1/2 in £200-300
106.    PHILIP WILSON STEER, O.M. (1860-1942)
ROSYTH 1917
watercolour
20.5 cm by 33 cm; 8 in by 13 in

Provenance
Acquired by the current owner from Spink and Son, October 1974 £150-200
107.    WALTER SICKERT, R.A. (1860-1942)
STUDY OF A WOMAN SEATED IN AN INTERIOR
signed l.l.: Sickert
watercolour and pencil
28 cm by 38 cm; 11 in by 15 in

Provenance
with Durlacher Bros. New York, January 1962;
Sotheby's, London 12th October 1988, Lot 60

The technique and the hairstyle of the model in this picture suggest a date of around 1916-17. For work of a similar technique see W. Baron, Sickert Paintings and Drawings, New Haven and London, 2006, p 435 note on 459.13.
We are grateful to Dr. Wendy Baron for her assistance. £1200-1800
108.    WALTER SICKERT R.A. (1860-1942)
ENTRANCE TO 8 FITZROY STREET, WHISTLER'S STUDIO
signed l.r.: Sickert and inscribed with title
pen and brown ink heightened with white
43 cm by 28.5 cm; 17 in by 11 1/2 in

Literature
W. Baron, Sickert Paintings and Drawings, New Haven and London, 2006, P431, 455.2

The area of London around Fitzroy Square to the north of central London plays a central role in some of the most important movements in early twentieth century British art. Sickert formed the Fitzroy Street Group here in 1907, meeting in Whistler's old studio at 8 Fitzroy Street. This group was to form the nucleus of the Camden Town Group in 1911. In 1915 Sickert acquired the studio; the present work was executed a little later c. 1918, and was also worked into an oil painting of identical composition.
We are grateful to Dr. Wendy Baron for her assistance.
£1500-2000
109.    MALCOLM DRUMMOND (1880-1945)
STUDY OF A WOMAN SEWING IN AN INTERIOR
pen and sepia ink
24.5 cm by 18; 9 ¾ in by 7 in

Provenance
Acquired by the present owner from Abbott and Holder £250-350
110.    JAMES STROUDLEY (1906-1985)
ORVIETO, A ROLLING LANDSCAPE
pencil
32.5 cm by 48.5 cm; 12 3/4 in by 19 in
unframed
sold together with three framed drawings: Study for a Portrait and A Woman Sketching by Peter Greenham R.A., and Mitzi at the Victorian Dressing Table by Charles McCall.
(4) £250-350
111.    •SUNDERLAND ROLLINSON (1872-1950)
HORSERACING
coloured chalks
28 cm by 38.5 cm; 11 in by 15 in
unframed
sold together with three framed watercolours and a framed print
(5) £250-350
112.    SIR FRANK BRANGWYN, R.A. R.W.S. (1867-1956)
STUDIES OF FLOWERPOTS
signed with monogram l.r.: FB and inscribed: P.S. I hope you will be able to bring (?) and the Hydrangeas to add to the collection
pen and black ink
13.5 cm by 19.5 cm; 5 1/4 in by 7 3/4 in

Provenance
Liss Fine Art £250-350
113.    JOSEPH LEE (1901-1975)
SMILING THROUGH: EACH TO HER TASK
from the wartime newspaper cartoon series
signed l.l.: Lee
pen and black ink
38 cm by 34 cm; 15 in by 13 1/2 in £200-300
114.    •ALFRED WOLMARK (1877-1961)
DAME EDITH EVANS
signed and dated l.r. Wolmark/1926 inscribed: Edith Evans
pen and black ink
35.5 cm by 25 cm; 14 in by 10 in
Exhibited: Sally Hunter Fine Art, Modern British Drawings, October 1995, no. 73

Dame Edith Evans (1888-1976) was one of the most memorable British actresses of her generation with an incredible career that spanned some sixty years and one hundred roles on the stage. A late flourishing in her career also included three Academy Award nominations between 1964 and 1968. She became best-known for her portrayal of aristocratic women on screen and is for many provided the ultimate portrayal of Lady Bracknell in Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. £200-300
115.    •ADRIAN ALLINSON (1890-1959)
SELF PORTRAIT
signed l.l,: Adrian Allinson
black crayon
33 cm by 20 cm; 13 in by 8 in £200-300
116.    WILLIAM STRANG, R.A. (1859-1921)
STANDING WOMAN WITH A PAIL
signed l.r.: W. Strang
pencil
42 cm by 20 cm; 16 ½ in by 8 in
sold together with an etching by William Strang, The Feather Fan. In an impression by David Strang.
(2) £200-300
117.    •ALFRED WOLMARK (1877-1961)
ARTHUR WING PINERO
signed l.r. Wolmark inscribed u.l.: Arthur Pinero
pen and black ink
33.5 cm by 24.5 cm; 13 1/4 in by 9 ¾ in

Provenance
Acquired by the present owner from Sally Hunter Fine Art £200-300
118.    •GEORGE CHARLTON, N.E.A.C. (1899-1979)
UNLOADING BARRELS
inscribed and dated under mount (1917)
pen and ink with pencil
25.5 cm by 33 cm; 10 in by 13 in
to be sold together with four unframed pencil drawings by the same hand, including: Portrait of a Huntsman, Seated Girl, Standing Male Nude, and A Fallen Carthorse
(5)

Provenance (the first)
Acquired by the present owner from the Bloomsbury Workshop £250-350
119.    RICHARD CARLINE (1896-1980)
THE CAPTAIN OF THE GRACE HARWAR
signed with initials l.r.: RCC and inscribed with title and dated (1930)
pencil
48 cm by 30.5 cm; 19 in by 12 in

Provenance
The Artist's Family; Liss Fine Art

The Grace Harwar, built in 1889 in Glasgow, was one of the last commercial full-rigged sailing ships in service. At the date of the present work she was part of the fleet of windjammers owned by Gustav Erikson and mainly employed on the grain trade from Australia to Europe.

In 1929 Alan Villiers, the author, photographer, and adventurer, sailed with his fellow journalist Richard Walker from Tasmania to England on the Grace Harwar. During the voyage Walker was killed in an accident, the under-provisioned crew developed scurvy, and the second mate had a breakdown. Villiers wrote about the voyage in By Way of Cape Horn (1930), calling the ship "a dog with a bad name". £100-150
120.    HENRI GAUDIER-BRZESKA (1891-1915)
STUDY FOR "THE WRESTLERS"
pencil
24 cm by 30.5 cm; 9 1/2 in by 12 in

Provenance
Sophie Brzeska; H.S.E Ede; Acquired by the present owner from the Bloomsbury Workshop

The Wrestlers, a cast of which is in the Tate is probably Gaudier-Brzeska's most important work. The artist was comissioned to make a small figure of a wrestler in 1912 and he produced numerous preparatory sketches from trips he made to the gym, as well as a linocut he made into a Christmas card. The present work is one such drawing and was originally in the collection of H.S. Ede at Kettle's Yard in Cambridge. Ede held the most important collection of Gaudier-Brzeska's work, making eight casts of The Wrestlers from the original plaster which is now in the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. Little over a year after the original plaster was created Gaudier-Brzeska lost his life fighting in the First World War. £2500-3500
121.    ATTRIBUTED TO DORA CARRINGTON (1893-1932)
SEATED FEMALE NUDE
pencil
39 cm by 28 cm; 15 1/2 in by 11 in

Provenance
Acquired from the Grovsenor Gallery by Lady Marina Vaizey; gifted to Gila Falkus on her marriage; Acquired by the present owner from the Bloomsbury Workshop £1500-2000
122.    BERNARD MENINSKY (1891-1950)
PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST'S SON
signed l.r.: Meninsky
pastel
43.5 cm by 24 cm; 17 in by 13 1/2 in
sold together with three framed drawings: Portrait of a Young Man by George Dixon Aked, A Lady Reading by Stephen Bone, and Head of A Young Girl by James Grant
(4)

Provenance (the first)
Julian Hartnoll £250-350
123.    ROBERT MEDLEY, R.A. (1905-1994)
STANDING NUDE 1962
charcoal on paper
30.5 cm by 19.5 cm; 12 in by 7 3/4 in

Provenance
Coram Gallery

Exhibited
Robert Medley, R.A. Paintings, Drawings, and Prints from the Artist's Studio 23 June-30 July 1994 £100-150
124.    GRAHAM SUTHERLAND, O.M. (1903-1980)
TREE FORM
pen and black ink
15 cm by 11 cm; 6 in by 4 1/2 in

Provenance
acquired directly from the artist by his friend the writer Giorgio Soavi

This drawing forms part of a group of studies based on withered oak trees that Sutherland found by the estuary at Picton on his return there in the early 1970s. It became the subject of a number of major pictures and prints, including an etching of the subject and the lithograph La Foresta II (1971-72). Sutherland later wrote of this subject: "the trees are eroded by the tide and the wind...I suppose you would call them dwarf oaks. They have the most extraordinary beautiful, varied and rich shapes which detach them from their proper connotation as trees. One does not think of them so much as trees, more as figures; they have the same urgency that certain movements of figures can have in action.
The Listener, XCVIII, 1977, p.231 £1500-2000
125.    WILLIAM WARE (1915-1997)
SOLZHENITSYN
signed l.r. William Ware and inscribed with title l.l.
pencil on paper
22 cm by 16 cm; 8 1/2 in by 6 1/2 in £80-120
126.    MARIO SCHIFANO (1934-1998)
GERALDINE'S DREAM
signed u.r.: Schifano and inscribed with title, and further signed, inscribed, and dated (1971) on backboard
mixed media over photograph
28 cm by 21 cm; 11 in by 8 1/4 in

Provenance
Geraldine Hooper, actress and friend of the artist £600-800
127.    ATTRIBUTED TO OLGA ROZANOVA (1886-1918)
ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE
signed l.l. in Cyrillic
pencil
33 cm by 27 cm; 13 in by 10 3/4 in

The present work appears to be a study for Rozanova's illustration from circa 1911 for Soyuz Molodyozhi. £350-450
128.    ANATOLI LVOVICH KAPLAN (1902-1980)
THE STREET VENDOR
signed and dated l.l. A Kaplan/69
coloured chalks
28 cm by 39 cm; 11 in by 15 1/4 in £500-700
129.    PETER HOWSON (B. 1958)
THE SUPPLICANT
signed and dated l.l.: Howson/87
pen and blue ink
30 cm by 20.5 cm; 11 3/4 in by 8 in

Provenance
Flowers East £400-600
130.    PETER HOWSON (B. 1958)
FEMALE FIGURE
signed and dated l.l.: Howson/87
pen and blue ink
29 cm by 20.5 cm; 11 1/2 in by 8 in

Provenance
Flowers East £200-300
131.    PETER HOWSON (B. 1958)
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN 1990
signed and dated in pencil l.r.: Howson/90 inscribed with title and numbered l.l.: 29/50
etching
(paper size) 68.5 cm by 52 cm; 27 in by 20 in

Provenance
Flowers East £250-350
132.    PETER HOWSON (B. 1958)
GALLOWGATE GUEST XVII
signed l.r.: Howson
coloured chalks
29.5 cm by 21 cm; 12 3/4 in by 8 1/4 in

Provenance
Flowers East

Exhibited
Peter Howson: A Retrospective, 2nd July-5th September 1993, McLennan Galleries Glasgow, no 546

The city of Glasgow has provided constant inspiration for Peter Howson's highly distinctive and frequently uncompromising work. Gallowgate, in particular,where Howson lives and works, is a constant in some of his most famous pieces, an area he describes as a place where "bad things happen...(although the people there are) real in comparison to the people who generally hang about the art world." (quoted, Donalld Kuspit, Bipolar Paintings by Peter Howson, The Scottish Bosch). £2000-3000
133.    •CRAWFURD ADAMSON (b. 1953)
STANDING MAN, FRONT
pastel
signed l.r. Crawfurd Adamson
71 cm by 43 cm; 28 in by 17 in

Provenance
with Jill George Gallery, London £100-150
134.    •STEVEN ANDERSON (CONTEMPORARY)
THE BLACK MASS
signed and dated (reverse of board): Steven Anderson / 98
oil on board
61 cm by 84 cm; 24 in by 33 in
sold together with another large painting by the same hand (currently removed from stretcher)
(2)

Provenance (the first)
Compass Gallery, Glasgow £200-300
135.    •PAUL MCPHAIL (B. 1966)
HEAD OF A MAN
signed l.r.: McPhail
monotype
122 cm by 92 cm; 48 in by 36 in
sold together with another monotype of the head of a boy by the same hand
(2)

McPhail was a prize-winning student at Glasgow School of Art where he undertook postgraduate studies in 1990. Today he is best-known as having been the long-term partner of the painter Jenny Saville. His own style belongs to the powerful uncompromising school of realism that characterises Saville's work and the two artists have had a significant mutual influence on each other. £250-350
136.    IAN ARMOUR-CHELU (1928-2000)
A GROUP OF FRAMED WATERCOLOURS
including Early Morning Shelduck Feeding, Wangford Church, and Sea-Mist over Swyre Head
watercolour
all signed and dated
the largest 22 cm by 32 cm; 8 1/2 by 12 1/2 in
(3) £150-200
137.    JAMES LLOYD (1905-1974)
FIGHTING BULLS
signed l.r.: J LLOYD
ink, watercolour and gouache
39 cm by 56 cm; 15 in by 22 in £300-500
138.    •CYRIL POWER, R.B.A. (1872-1951)
GUILDHALL STREET, BURY ST EDMUNDS
watercolour
18 cm by 26.5 cm; 7 in by 10 1/2 in

Provenance
Acquired by the previous owner in April 2002 from Giles Power, the artist's grandson

The present work dates from the early 1920s when Power was living in Bury St Edmunds. £150-200
139.    •VERONICA BURLEIGH, S.W.A. (1909-1999)
ART DECO STAGE DESIGN
signed l.r.: Veronica Burleigh
watercolour and gouache
35 cm by 46 cm; 13 ¾ in by 18 in £250-350
140.    HANS HANSEN, R.S.W. (1853-1947)
SNAKECHARMERS
signed l.r.: Hans Hansen R.S.W.
watercolour
33cm by 50.5cm; 13in by 20in £200-300
141.    •ALAN DAVIE R.A. (1920-2014)
DANTES
signed and dated l.r.: Alan Davie 70 and inscribed with title u.r.
with dedication on reverse of frame
watercolour with brush and ink
25.5 cm by 17.5 cm; 10 in by 7 in £1000-1500
142.    MERYL WATTS (1910-1992)
IN THE WOODS, PORTMEIRION
signed l.l.: Meryl Watts
watercolour
50 cm by 35 cm; 13/4 in by 13 3/4 in

Exhibited
Society of Women Artists £250-350
143.    JIM PAGE-ROBERTS (B. 1925)
OFF FREE TRADE WHARVES, LONDON
signed l.r.: Page Roberts and with studio stamp (verso)
oil on paper
38 cm by 25 cm; 15 in by 10 in

Having sold his studio house in the Berkshire Downs to Francis Bacon in 1964, Jim Page-Roberts searched for a dwelling and studio accomodation in the Limehouse district of London where he was wont to sail on coasters as a matelot supernumerary. Many of his vigorous dockland paintings were done in this period before he turned a dockside warehouse overlooking Limekiln Dock into two studios (since razed to the ground and developed). £400-600
144.    GEORGE BISSILL (1896-1973)
STILL LIFE WITH VIEW THROUGH A WINDOW
signed l.l.: Bissill
watercolour over brush and ink
39 cm by 27.5 cm; 15 1/4 in by 10 3/4 in

Provenance
Abbott and Holder £150-200
145.    DAVID BENEFER (CONTEMPORARY)
SOUTH LOOKOUT TOWER, ALDEBURGH BEACH
signed with initials and dated l.r.: DWB/87
watercolour over pen and ink
18 cm by 12 cm; 7 in by 4 3/4 in

Exhibited
Coastal Images II drawings and paintings by D.W. Benefer, Gallery 44, Aldeburgh, May 1-7 1987 £80-120
146.    FRED MAYOR (1868-1916)
STUDY OF FLOWERS
watercolour
40 cm by 32 cm; 16 ¾ in by 12 ½ in £100-150
147.    DAVID TINDLE R.A. (B 1932)
NOTRE DAME FROM THE LEFT BANK OF THE SEINE
signed and dated l.l: David Tindle '55
watercolour over pen and ink
27 cm by 36 cm; 10 3/4 in by 14 1/4 in £400-600
148.    SAMUEL JOHN LAMORNA BIRCH R.A. R.W.S. (1869-1955)
COTTAGES ON THE BANK OF A RIVER
signed and dated l.r.: SJ Lamorna Birch/ 1939 and with dedication l.l.
watercolour over pen and ink
12 cm by 15 cm; 4 3/4 in by 6 in £200-300
149.    •RONALD MADDOX (b.1930)
PALM HOUSE AT KEW
watercolour
58 by 40 cm; 23 by 16 in £80-120
150.    S.R. PITCHERS (EARLY 20TH CENTURY)
R.M.S. AQUITANIA
gouache on paper
26cm by 46cm; 10in by 18 1/2in £100-150
151.    WALTER GOETZ (1911-1995)
A TOWN IN CHARENTES MARITIMES
signed l.r. Goetz
watercolour
27 cm by 71 cm; 10 1/2 in by 28 in

Exhibited
Michael Parkin Gallery London A Summer Bakers Dozen, No. 24, where acquired May 1992 £150-200
152.    •PATRICK PROCKTOR, R.A. (1936-2003)
BALLYCONEELY
signed and dated l.l. P Procktor 68, and inscribed with title l.l.
watercolour
41 cm by 35 cm; 16 in by 14 in £800-1200
153.    WILLIAM WARE (1915-1997)
WINDOR CASTLE AND TRAFALGAR SQUARE
a pair of watercolours
16 cm by 22 cm; 6 1/2 in by 8 1/2 in
(2) £80-120
154.    CIRCLE OF DUNCAN GRANT (1885-1978)
SWIMMERS
inscribed with title l.r.
coloured chalks
42 cm 27 cm; 16 1/2 in by 10 1/2 in £100-150
155.    ERNEST PROCTER A.R.A. (1886-1935)
SLEEPING QUARTERS OF THE FRENCH CIVILIAN EVACUATION SECTION, OXELARE, 1917
signed l.c.: Ernest Procter
watercolour over pencil
26 cm by 21 cm; 10 in by 8 1/2 in

Procter served as a member and official artist for the Friend's Ambulance Unit in Dunkirk from 1916-17 executing numerous fine drawings chronicling his intense personal experiences working there. The Imperial War Museum holds a number of drawings and a sketchbook by the artist from this period. In 1918 he was appointed Official War Artist for the Ministry of Information. £800-1200
156.    •LUKE PIPER (B. 1966)
BRIDGES AT PROMONTAGNE
signed l.r.: Luke Piper
watercolour and bodycolour
73 cm by 54 cm; 29 in by 21 in £300-400
157.    •LUKE PIPER (B. 1966)
BOLSOVER CASTLE
signed l.l.:Luke Piper and inscribed with title l.r.
watercolour and bodycolour
57 cm by 39 cm; 22 1/2 in by 15 1/2 in

Exhibited
Messum's, London, 2007 The Pipers in Cork Street, No. 72 £250-350
158.    •LUKE PIPER (B. 1966)
BATTERSEA POWER STATION
signed l.r.: Luke Piper and dated l.l.: 21.09.04
watercolour with chalk
57 cm by 76 cm; 22 1/2 in by 30 in

Provenance
Purchased from the artist £300-400
159.    •LUKE PIPER (B. 1966)
THE THAMES BARRIER
signed l.r.: Luke Piper
watercolour
58 cm by 78 cm; 29 in by 35 in £300-400
160.    •LUKE PIPER (B. 1966)
BRIGHTON SEA FRONT
signed l.l.: Luke Piper
watercolour
37 cm by 55 cm; 14 1/2 in by 21 1/2 in £250-350
161.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
TUSCAN COURTYARD
signed l.r.: M. Bernard
mixed media
44 cm by 44 cm; 17 1/2 in by 17 1/2 in £100-150
162.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
LIMONE, LAKE GARDA
signed l.r.:M Bernard
mixed media
36 cm by 43 cm; 14 in by 17 in £100-150
163.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
SHOPPING IN VENICE
signed l.r.: M Bernard
mixed media
43 cm by 38 cm; 17 in by 15 in £100-150
164.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
CANAL BRIDGE, VENICE
signed l.r.: M Bernard
mixed media
42 cm by 53 cm; 16 in by 20 1/2 in £100-150
165.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
POSITANO
signed l.r.: M Bernard
mixed media
43 cm by 43 cm; 17 in by 17 in £100-150
166.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
LOW TIDE, EMSWORTH
signed l.r.: M Bernard
mixed media
39 cm by 59 cm; 15 1/2 in by 29 1/2 in £100-150
167.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
THE FLOATING MARKET, VENICE
signed l.r. M Bernard
mixed media
61 cm by 69 cm; 24 in by 27 in £300-400
168.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
THE VENETIAN CANAL
signed l.r.: M Bernard
mixed media
55 cm by 75 cm; 21 1/2 in by 29 1/2 in £200-300
169.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
REPAIRING NETS, SORRENTO
signed l.r.: M Bernard
mixed media
51 cm by 41 cm; 20 in by 16 in £100-150
170.    •MIKE BERNARD (B. 1957)
EARLY MORNING LIGHT
signed l.r.: M Bernard
mixed media
54 cm by 73 cm; 21 1/2 in 28 1/2 in £200-300
171.    SLADE SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY)
IN THE WORKSHOP
oil on paper squared for transfer
sold together with a pen and ink drawing of the skyline of Edinburgh from the Dugald Stewart Monument by another hand.
the first 20.5 cm by 26 cm; 8 in by 10 1/4 in
(2) £100-150
172.    •DAVID TINDLE R.A. (B. 1932)
LIGHT BEACH
oil on board
18 cm by 28 cm; 7 in by 11 in £400-600
173.    •VINCENT HADDELSEY (1934-2010)
MORNING DELIVERY
oil on canvas
31 cm by 44 cm; 12 in by 17 1/2 in £500-700
174.    HELEN STUART WEIR (1915-1969)
A KENSINGTON INTERIOR
signed l.l.: H. Stuart Weir
oil on board
40 cm by 50 cm; 15 3/4 in by 19 3/4 in

Exhibited
Atkinson Art Gallery, Southport, mid 20th Century. £300-500
175.    RUSSELL HOWARTH (B. 1927)
RYE TOP, SADDLEWORTH
signed and titled (verso)
oil on board
44.5 cm by 37 cm; 17 1/2 in by 14 1/2 in £300-500
176.    ALFRED WOLMARK (1877-1961)
THREE FIGURES IN A DRAWING ROOM
oil on panel
57 cm by 37 cm; 22 1/2 in by 14 1/2 in
in a hand-made period "Wolmark" frame

Provenance
The Major Gallery; with James Kirkham

The present work appears under a number of titles, Wolmark's own numbering on the reverse of the panel (M126) identifying it as a work that appears in the artist's own records with the simple title Room with Piano and 3 Figures. Wolmark designed nearly all his own frames between about 1910 and 1930. As his son Eric Wolmark has commented "nearly all his paintings were conceived as decorations....the frames being an essential part of the decoration". This painting appears to be in its original "Wolmark" frame from the period. We are grateful to Peter Risdon for his assistance in cataloguing this picture. £1200-1800
177.    RODNEY JOSEPH BURN, R.A., N.E.A.C. (1899-1984)
THE HARBOUR AT BEMBRIDGE, ISLE OF WIGHT
signed with intitals l.r.: RJB
oil on canvas
44 cm by 59 cm; 17 1/4 in by 23 1/4 in £300-500
178.    CHARLES KNIGHT, R.W.S., R.O.I. (1901-1995)
SEATED FEMALE NUDE
oil on canvas
50 cm by 60 cm; 20 in by 23 1/2 in

Provenance
part of a group of the artist's early works, Bonhams, Bury St Edmunds, 5 March 2009, lot 419 £2000-3000
179.    SIR GERALD KELLY P.R.A (1879-1972)
THE GREAT WALL OF CHINA
oil on board
31 cm by 41 cm; 12 in by 16 in

Exhibited
Martyn Gregory, London, Modern British Painters October 1988, Catalogue 52, No. 34 £1200-1800
180.    LOT WITHDRAWN FROM SALE
181.    BERNARD MYERS (1925-2007)
STILL LIFE OF FRUIT AND ANENOMES
signed with initials l.l.: BM
acrylic on board
28 cm by 38 cm; 11 in by 15 in £350-450
182.    DONALD MCINTYRE (1923-2009)
THE RED BOAT
signed with initials l.l.: DMc
oil on board
28 cm by 41 cm; 11 in by 16 in £500-700
183.    •JAMES EDWARD DUGGINS (1881-1968)
THE COTTAGE COURTYARD
signed l.r.: J.E. Duggins
oil on canvas, unframed
51cm by 61cm; 20in by 24in £70-100
184.    WILLIAM WARE (1915-1997)
LANDSCAPE WITH EXTENSIVE SKY
oil on canvas
signed l.r.: William Ware
32 cm by 54 cm; 11 1/2 in by 21 1/2 in £100-150
185.    DOROTHY MALCOLMSON (B. 1922)
THE INLET
signed with monogram l.r.: DM
oil on board
sold together with another landscape by the same hand
the largest 11 cm by 17 cm; 4 1/4 in by 6 1/2 in
(2) £70-100
186.    STELLA LANGDALE (1880-1976)
THE VIEW OUT TO SEA
signed l.r.: ISR Langdale
oil on canvas
25 cm by 34 cm; 10 in by 13 1/2 in £150-200
187.    KENNETH ROWNTREE (1915-1997)
WATER TOWERS, GEORGIA
signed and dated l.l.: Kenneth Rowntree/59
watercolour
39 cm by 58.5 cm; 15 in by 23 in

Provenance:
The artist's family

Literature
Kenneth Rowntree: A Centenary Exhibition Fry Art Gallery Saffron Walden, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, 2015, Cat.56, p103

Exhibited
Fry Art Gallery, Kenneth Rowntree, A Centenary Exhibition, 2015, no. 29


Rowntree was awarded a Ford Foundation Grant to travel to the USA in 1959, on which trip the present watercolour was executed. Following his return to Britain he was appointed professor of Fine Art at Newcastle University, his style taking a strikingly abstract direction in response to an experimental Newcastle art world that included Richard Hamilton and Victor Pasmore. £2000-3000
188.    KENNETH ROWNTREE (1915-1997)
FOUR SQUARE
gloss and acrylic paint with printed adhesive plastic on panel
63.5 cm by 56.5 cm; 25 in by 22 in

Provenance
The artist's family

Literature
Kenneth Rowntree: A Centenary Exhibition Fry Art Gallery Saffron Walden, Pallant House Gallery, Chichester, 2015, Cat.56, p103

Exhibited
New Art Centre, London, Kenneth Rowntree, June 1975, no. 9 £800-1200
189.    KENNETH ROWNTREE (1915-1997)
PYTHAGORAS II
oil on panel, collage
46.5 cm by 41 cm; 18 1/2 in by 16 in

Provenance
The artist's family £600-800
190.    •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011)
CORNISH BOATS
oil on board
49.5cm by 62cm; 19 1/2in by 24 1/3in £200-300
191.    •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011)
WHITE BUTTERFLY
signed l.r.: PLOSKY
oil on board
33.5cm by 35.5cm; 13in by 14in, unframed £120-180
192.    •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011)
STILL LIFE: PRIMITIVE
signed l.c.: PLOSKY
oil on board
70cm by 91cm; 27 1/2in by 35 3/4in £300-500
193.    A GROUP OF PRINTS
MOSTLY CONNECTED WITH AVIATION
together with cartoons and mounted dress maquettes

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £60-80
194.    GASTON MAURIE (1872-1912)
THE GOLDEN AGE OF MOTORING
signed l.r. Maurié
oil on canvas
26 cm by 45 cm; 10 1/4 in by 17 3/4 in £300-500
195.    RONALD WONG (B. 1940)
A FAIREY SWORDFISH PREPARING FOR A CARRIER LANDING
signed l.r.: Ronald Wong
oil on canvas
sold together with three reproductions on canvas
the first 52 cm by 70 cm; 20 1/2 in by 28 1/2 in £200-300
196.    BASIL WYNBERGEN, AGAvA (1928-2015)
FLIGHT EZY325 STANSTEAD 11.20HRS 17.03.04
with the artist's studio stamp to reverse of board
gouache on board
52 cm by 64 cm; 20 1/2 in by 25 1/4 in
to be sold together with an unframed oil on board of the nose of a commercial jet by the same hand
(2)

Exhibited (the first)
The Guild of Aviation Artists 2004 Annual Exhibition Mall Galleries No. 400

Basil Wynbergen trained at the Northampton School of Art from 1944-5, then at the Brussels Academie Royale des Beaux Arts and under Rene Salme in the same city . He lived for most of his life in West London, and his work is inspired both by his home area are and by his many travels. His predilection for trains, boats, and airplanes showed itself in his paintings, which he regularly showed at the annual exhibition of the Guild of Aviation Artists. In 2000 he was awarded Aviation Artist of the Year for Derelict Santa Rosa de Lima. £200-300
197.    BASIL WYNBERGEN, AGAvA (1928-2015)
B-17 OVER THE ANDES 1976
signed with monogram and dated l.r.: BW/01
gouache on board
43 cm by 51 cm; 13 in by 20 in
sold together with an unframed gouache on board of a commercial airliner during refuelling by the same hand
(2)

Exhibited (the first)
Haslemere Museum June 2004 £200-300
198.    SCOTTISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY)
PORTRAIT OF ISOBEL MILNE (BORN 1742)
oil on canvas
bears label (verso)
59 cm by 47 cm; 23 1/4 in by 18 1/2 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
199.    SCOTTISH SCHOOL (CIRCA. 1780)
PORTRAIT OF JAMES MILNE (1770-1788) WHEN A BOY
oil on canvas
49 cm by 38 cm; 19 1/4 in by 15 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
200.    SCOTTISH SCHOOL (MID 18TH CENTURY)
PORTRAIT OF JAMES MILNE OF BOYNDIE (BORN 1722)
oil on canvas
59 cm by 47 cm; 23 in by 18 1/2 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
201.    FOLLOWER OF JOHN MICHAEL WRIGHT (1617-1694)
PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN
oil on canvas
87 cm by 68.5 cm; 34 1/4 in by 27 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
202.    SCOTTISH SCHOOL (CIRCA. 1820)
PORTRAIT OF JOHN MILNE (BORN 1772)
oil on canvas
52 cm by 41 cm; 20 1/2 in by 16 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
203.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (CIRCA. 1830)
PORTRAIT OF JOHN MILNE (BORN 1807)
oil on canvas
50 cm by 40 cm; 19 3/4 in by 15 3/4 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
204.    ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY)
ALEXANDER MILNE WHEN A CHILD
oil on canvas
45.5 cm by 41 cm; 18 in by 16 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
205.    SCOTTISH SCHOOL (CIRCA. 1780)
PORTRAIT OF JOHN MILNE WHEN A BOY
oil on canvas
49 cm by 38 cm; 19 1/4 in by 15 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
206.    SCOTTISH SCHOOL (CIRCA. 1820)
PORTRAIT OF JEAN MILNE (1772-1835)
oil on canvas
50.5 cm by 37 cm; 20 in by 14 1/2 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £200-300
207.    BRITISH SCHOOL (MID. 20TH CENTURY)
THREE PORTRAIT BUSTS OF THE COMTE DE LA LANNE
one signed with initials and dated: J.S. 65 and inscribed Robin
bronze, two mounted on bases
approx. 30 cm by 20 cm by 26 cm; 11 3/4 in by 8 in by 10 1/4 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012)
(3) £200-300
208.    BRITISH SCHOOL (MID 20TH CENTURY)
A PAIR OF EQUESTRIAN BRONZES OF THE COMTE DE LA LANNE
both signed and dated in their bases J.S. 65 and J.S. 66
bronze mounted on bases
30 cm by 23 cm by 8 cm; 11 3/4 in by 9 in by 3 1/4 in

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012)
(2) £200-300
209.    RUSSIA
FIVE CDVS
One of Nicholas II and the Emperess Alexandra Fedorovna
Two of a Russian aristorcratic family
One possibly a Grand Duke
One of a painting of a Russian Emperor
with photographer's name and photographer's blind stamp on the reverse in Cyrillic
albumen prints c. 1890 £300-500
210.    UKRAINE
ALBUM BY AN AMATEUR PHOTOGRAPHER C. 1920S
sixteen photographs, mainly family life, and a few portraits
mostly 12 cm by 17 cm £200-300
211.    ANNA PAVLOVA
PHOTOGRAPH PORTRAIT OF THE FAMOUS BALLERINA C. 1924
silver print
24 cm by 18 cm £150-200
212.    MEN AT WORK
TWENTY-SEVEN PHOTOGRAPHS (C. 1920-1970)
MOSTLY PRESS PHOTOGRAPHS
including miners and other workers
silver prints, various formats £50-100
213.    MAHARAJAS
A FOLIO OF FIFTY NINE PHOTOGRAPHS OF MAHARAJAS AND IMPORTANT INDIAN PEOPLE
including Lady Marcella Ibrahim, Lal Bahadur Shastri, and the Rajah of Aundh.
silver prints £100-150
214.    A FOLIO OF APPROX. 103 PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE ROYAL FAMILY (C. 1920-1980)
mostly press photographs
including Queen Elizabeth, Princess Margaret, and Prince Charles
silver prints, various formats £100-150
215.    INDIA
ALBUM INCLUDING ONE HUNDRED AND SIXTEEN PHOTOGRAPHS
mostly annotated 1903-1904. Views, landscapes and buildings; Madras and vicinity including the railway station, Nandingal Girl's School, Tuni District, Trevandrum Residency and vicinity. A few interesting photographs of hill tribes, Trichum, and the Synagogue at Cochin (1904).
silver prints, all approx 15 cm by 20 cm £400-600
216.    A VISIT BY MUSSOLINI AND MEMBERS OF HIS STAFF TO THE CAPRONI AIRCRAFT FACTORY
AN ALBUM OF NINE PHOTOGRAPHS C. 1938
silver prints
four 24 cm by 30 cm, five 16 cm by 30 cm
various figures, including Gino Calzo Bini

Provenance
From the Maxwell-Hunt Collection £200-300
217.    THE CAPRONI AIRCRAFT FACTORY AT TALIEDO C.1917-1921
A GOOD GROUP OF TWENTY-THREE PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE FACTORY AND THE AEROPLANES BY EDM. STERZA OF MILAN
showing the Caproni 600HP bomber
29 cm by 38.5 cm
silver prints
in their original folio

Provenance
From the Maxwell-Hunt Collection £400-600
218.    ASWAN
A LARGE GROUP OF APPROX. 140 PHOTOGRAPHS OF THE NILE RESERVOIR WORKS
including at least eighteen prints by D.S. George, at least thirteen panoramas.
interesting documentation relating to the building of the Aswan Dam, numerous photographs of men working and details of construction
diverse formats and conditions, some faded
various processes, including platinum prints, matte silver prints, albumen prints, and gelatine silver prints
various formats from 10 cm by 16 cm to 24 cm by 30 cm
c. 1899-1912 £800-1200
219.    INDIA
A GROUP OF TWELVE PHOTOGRAPHS OF INDIA BY SACHE C. 1880
including Government place Calcutta, Princeps Ghat, and A view from Mazagon Hill Bombay
albumen Prints mounted on album leaves
23.5 cm by 29 cm £300-500
220.    A GROUP OF PHOTOGRAPHS
INCLUDING THIRTEEN 1950s-60s PHOTOGRAPHS
portraits, nudes, and miscellaneous, a few with photographer labels on the reverse
as well as six miscellaneous photographs including Vesuvis (c. 1870s), two group photographs at Lourdes
one modern print of a wreck
various processes £50-100
221.    BONFILS - THE WAILING WALL C. 1890
AND FIVE OTHER PHOTOGRAPHS OF JERUSALEM
several signed with Bonfils signature in the negative
albumen prints 22 cm by 28 cm £100-150
222.    A SPITFIRE IN FLIGHT C. 1940s
SOLD TOGETHER WITH A LARGE FORMAT SILVER PRINT PORTRAIT OF AN ARAB MAN C. 1960
the first 37 cm by 30 cm; the second 48 cm by 38 cm £80-100
223.    MAN RAY (1890-1976)
PORTRAIT OF ROBIN IAN EVELYN STUART DE LA LANNE-MIRRLEES AS A YOUNG BOY
signed in pencil l.r. Man Ray
Photographer blind stamp on reverse:
"MAN RAY
31 bis, Rue
Campagne
Premiere
PARIS"
format 24 by 18
matte silver print
c. 1930's

Provenance
Robin Ian Evelyn Stuart de la Lanne-Mirrlees (Grinnell-Milne), Comte de la Lanne-Mirrlees, titular Prince of Incoronata, Scottish Feudal Baron of Inchdrewer and Laird of Bernera (1925-2012) £300-400