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19 MAY 2016 OXFORD

DESIGN MODERN ART


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MODERN ART featuring the estate of Kenneth Mellon

Oxford 19 May 2016 10am Exhibition: Saturday 14 May 9.00am- 12.30pm Monday 16 May 9.00am - 5.00pm Tuesday 17 May 9.00am - 5.00pm Wednesday 18 May 9.00am - 5.00pm Thursday 19 May 8.30am - 9.30am

Auction and Exhibition Location Bocardo House 24a St. Michael’s Street Oxford OX1 2EB +44 (0)1865 241358 www.mallams.co.uk

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Specialists

Philip Smith MA (Courtauld) Modern & Post-War British Art and Design Specialist philip.smith@mallams.co.uk

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Louise Dennis FGA DGA Jewellery Specialist louise.dennis@mallams.co.uk Auction Enquiries & Condition Reports

Order of Sale: Session One: Design Modern & Contemporary Ceramics

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Jack Stinson oxford2@mallams.co.uk +44 (0)1865 241358

Art Glass & Art Pottery

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Works of Art & Furniture

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Marketing & Press Enquiries

Session Two: Modern & Post-War British Art

oxford@mallams.co.uk +44 (0)1865 241358

Artist’s Textiles

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Bids

Prints & Multiples

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+44 (0)1865 241358 Fax +44 (0)1865 725483 or to bid via the internet www.the-saleroom.com

Works by Julian Trevelyan

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Paintings

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Conditions of Sale This auction is subject to important notices, conditions of sale and reserves, which can be found towards the end of the catalogue. online catalogue www.mallams.co.uk

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Droite de Suite Important Notices:

Explanation of Picture Cataloguing Terms

Changes to the Droite de Suite or Artist’s Resale Rights

A work catalogued with the full name of the artist in our opinion, is or is probably a work by that artist, however intending buyers are respectfully reminded to fully satisfy themselves prior to bidding as the catalogue description does NOT represent a certificate of authenticity.

Pictures produced by European Artists can be subject to the Droite de Suite or Artist’s Resale Right which took effect in the United Kingdom on the 14th February 2006. Under this legislation Mallams is required to collect a royalty payment for works by living artists which sell for more than 1000 Euros. This now also applies to works by artists who have died within the last seventy years. It is calculated on the Rate of Exchange at the European Central Bank on the date of sale. It is charged to the buyer as a percentage of the hammer price and in addition to the buyer’s premium. The Artist’s Resale right is not subject to VAT. The charge for Works of Art sold at or above 1000 Euros and below 50,000 Euros is 4%. For items selling above this figure the fee is calculated on a sliding scale. These charges are paid to the Design and Artist’s Copyright Society (DACS). No additional fees or handling costs are retained by Mallams. For more information visit www.dacs.org.uk. Please be aware of this extra charge and especially the recent changes if you intend to bid for any works which might fall into the above category.

Other wise the following terms are used: ‘Attributed to’ … in our opinion the work is probably by the artist named in whole or in part. ‘Circle of ’ … in our opinion the work is by an artist influenced by the named artist and of the period. ‘Follower of ’ … in our opinion the work is executed in the named artist’s style. ‘Manner of ’ … in our opinion the work is executed in the named artist’s style but is of a considerably later date. ‘School (together with place or country and date)’ … in our opinion the work was executed in that location at that time. ‘After’ … in our opinion the work is a copy of a known painting by the named artist. ‘Signed’ … in our opinion the signature is by the hand of the artist stated. ‘Bears signature’ … in our opinion there is an element of doubt over the signature or it has been added by another hand.

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STUDIO CERAMICS

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1. Charles Vyse (British, 1882-1971) at Chelsea Pottery Bowl signed ‘C. VYSE, CHELSEA’ 5cm high, 10.5cm diameter. £50-100 2. Bernard Leach (British, 1887-1979) Dish incised wave decoration, celadon glaze impressed potter’s seal 11.3cm diameter. £150-250

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3. Shoji Hamada (Japanese, 1894-1978) (attributed to) Bowl with dripped glaze to the rim 8cm high, 14cm diameter. £300-500 4. Katherine Pleydell-Bouverie (British, 1895-1985) Vase incised pattern impressed potter’s seal and glaze code 15cm high. £100-200

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5. Nora Braden (British, 1901-2001) Bowl crackled celadon glaze impressed potter’s seal 5.5cm high, 17.8cm across. £80-120 6. Sylvia Fox Strangways (British, 1900-1975) Blossom Tree tile, 1927 monogrammed and dated (to reverse) 15cm x 15cm. Sylvia Fox Strangways was a private pupil at the Leach Pottery circa 1926-30. £80-120

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7 Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997) at Leach Pottery Vase with lugs dripped ash glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 24.5cm high. £150-250

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8. Janet Leach (American, 1918-1997) at Leach Pottery Vase celadon glaze with incised linear decoration impressed potter’s and pottery seals 16.5cm high. £100-200 9. David Leach (British, 1911-2005) Set of three tea bowls fluted and with white and tenmoku glaze each impressed potter’s seal each approximately 9cm high (3). £100-300

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10. William Marshall (British, 1923-2007) Jug impressed marks and splashed glaze impressed potter’s seal 15.5cm high. £50-100 11. William Marshall (British, 1923-2007) Footed bowl hakeme glaze, painted grass decoration impressed potter’s seal 10cm high, 18.5cm diameter. £150-250 12. Michael Cardew (British, 1901-1983) at Abuja Sugar pot with screw lid tenmoku, with sgraffito decoration impressed potter’s and pottery seals 15cm high. £100-200 13. Warwick Parker (British, b.1940) Footed bowl painted with orange and pink brushwork motifs impressed potter’s seal 10cm high, 12.8cm diameter. £40-100

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14. Ladi Kwali (Nigerian, c.1925-1984) Vessel incised band to the neck 38cm high. £100-200 15. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2006) Bowl fluted, tenmoku and ash glaze impressed potter’s seal 12.5cm high, 31cm diameter. £150-250

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16. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2006) Jug dripped tenmoku glaze impressed potter’s seal 26cm high. £80-120 17. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2006) Two tea bowls fluted ash glaze each impressed potter’s seal 10cm and 9.8cm diameter (2). £50-100 18. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2006) Pair of beakers porcelain with celadon glaze and spotted iron decoration each impressed potter’s seal each 9cm high (2). £50-100 19. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2006) Footed dish combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 26cm diameter. £120-180 20. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2006) Two plates combed decoration each impressed potter’s seal 26.5cm and 26cm diameter (2). £120-180

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21. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2006) Two plates one with linear tenmoku pattern, the other with wave and dot pattern one impressed potter’s seal 26.5cm and 25.5cm diameter (2). £120-180 22. Edward Hughes (British, 1953-2006) Square dish press moulded and with combed decoration impressed potter’s seal 37.5cm across. £200-300

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23. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) Vase incised grass motif impressed potter’s seal 17cm high. £60-100 24. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) Vase of square form, with press hatched decoration impressed potter’s seal 15cm high. £60-100 25. Phil Rogers (British, b.1951) Vase ash glaze and fluted sides impressed potter’s seal 23.5cm high. £80-120 26. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Vase ash and tenmoku glaze and facetted sides impressed potter’s seal 21cm high. £60-100 27. Mike Dodd (British, b.1943) Vase tenmoku decoration and of square form potter’s seal covered with glaze 23cm high. £60-100 28. William Plumptre (British, b.1959) Vase tenmoku glaze painted potter’s monogram 21cm high. £80-120

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29. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) Vase tenmoku glaze and faceted sides impressed potter’s and pottery seals 27.5cm high. Provenance: Craft Potters Association, London, 1996. £200-300 30. Jim Malone (British, b.1946) at Ainstable Pottery Vase, circa 2001 hakeme glaze and brushwork foliate motifs impressed potter’s and pottery seals 27cm high. £100-200

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31. Jason Wason (British, b.1946) Lugged vessel incised lines impressed potter’s seal 14.5cm high, 18.5cm across. £60-100 32. Jason Wason (British, b.1946) Vessel concentric ring decoration impressed potter’s seal 18cm high, 22cm across. £60-100 33. Ursula Mommens (British, 1908-2010) Vase painted willow leaf decoration impressed potter’s seal 24.5cm high. Provenance: Terrace Gallery, Worthing, 1989. £50-100 34. Alan Wallwork (British, b.1931) Crescent form incised potter’s initials 24cm high, 28.5cm across. £200-300 35. Jonathan Chiswell Jones (British, b.1944) Vase painted with fish swimming with lustre glaze painted potter’s monogram 14cm high. £60-100

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36. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) Vase, 1972 abstract red motif painted potter’s monogram and date cipher 11cm diameter. £50-100 37. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) Jardiniere gold and red lustre scrolling decoration painted potter’s monogram and date cypher 19cm high. £200-300

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38. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) Vase green and blue lustre brushwork motifs painted potter’s monogram and date cypher 8cm high. £60-120 39. Alan Caiger-Smith (British, b.1930) at Aldermaston Pottery Cheese dish and cover with foliate brushwork motifs in blue and brown painted pottery mark 27.5cm high, 34cm diameter. £200-400 40. Geoffrey Eastop (British, 1921-2014) Vessel pulled rim and mottled blue glaze painted potter’s mark 15.3cm high. Provenance: Berkeley Square Gallery, London, 1995. £60-100 41. Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011) Vessel coiled and with pulled neck impressed potter’s seal 31cm high. £60-100

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42. Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011) Vessel coiled with white and blue glazed uneven rim 14.5cm high. £60-100 43. Walter Keeler (British, b.1942) Jug salt glazed impressed potter’s seal 37.3cm high. £250-350

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44. Walter Keeler (British, b.1942) Jug salt glazed impressed potter’s seal 10.2cm high. £70-100 45. Walter Keeler (British, b.1942) Jug salt-glazed impressed potter’s seal 13.5cm high. £80-120 46. Christine Suzman (South African, b.1945) Trotting Horse signed with initials ceramic on perspex stand 23cm high, 24cm across. £150-250 47. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku bottle form impressed potter’s seal 20cm high. £50-100

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48 Daniel Fisher (British, b.1973) Flame bowl porcelain, thrown, hung and pinched with corrugated sides and torn rim 26cm high, 32cm across. ÂŁ100-300

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49. Waistel Cooper (British, 1921-2003) Vase textured body with mottled grey glaze, flaring rim with ash glaze painted signature 29.4cm high. £80-120 50. Marianne de Trey (British, b.1913) Vase speckled green and white banded glaze impressed potter’s seal 12cm high. £50-100

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51. See page 18 52. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Dish bird and landscape design signed ‘MALTBY’ 17.8cm across. £150-250 53. Mary Rich (British, b.1940) Bottle vase with lid pink and brown glazes impressed potter’s seal 12.5cm high. £50-100 54. Takeshi Yasuda (Japanese, b.1943) Bucket form running green ash glaze with white splashes impressed potter’s seal 27cm high. £100-200 55. Sandy Brown (British, b.1946) Set of four plates two signed painted and dripped decoration each approximately 28cm (4). £80-120

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51 Alison Britton (British, b.1948) Jug, 1976 earthenware high ďŹ red, with underglaze crayon painted decoration of grasses signed and dated 26cm high. ÂŁ600-1000

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56. Sandy Brown (British, b.1946) Tea cup and saucer painted and dripped decoration painted initials the saucer 16.7cm across. £50-80 57. Ross Emerson (British, Contemporary) Jug striped pattern in orange and blue incised signature 53.5cm high. £50-100 58. Jane Perryman (British, Contemporary) Vessel geometric patterning in bands of grey and white impressed potter’s seal 30.5cm high, 40cm diameter.

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Provenance: Terrace Gallery, Worthing. £100-200 59. Tim Andrews (British, b.1960) Vase burnished raku with poured crackle glaze impressed potter’s seal 33.5cm high. Provenance: Bettles Gallery, Ringwood, 1990. £200-300 60. Gordon Cooke (British, b.1949) Vessel large discus form with spirals impressed potter’s seal 36.5cm high. Provenance: Candover Gallery, Alresford, 1989. £150-250 61. Gordon Cooke (British, b.1949) ‘Gerald Scarfe’ teapot porcelain impressed potter’s seal 24.5cm high. Provenance: Candover Gallery, Alresford, 1989. £200-300

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62. Aki Moriuchi (Japanese, b.1947) Vase ribbed and with volcanic glaze 17cm high. Provenance: Craft Potters Association, London, 1996. £100-200 63. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Footed bowl bird flying over landscape design signed ‘MALTBY’ 9.5cm high, 40.2cm across. £150-250

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64. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Footed bowl bird and sun painted design signed ‘MALTBY’ 5cm high, 17cm across. £100-200 65. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Cup form cloud and hill painted design signed ‘MALTBY’ 12.5cm high, 19.5cm across. £200-400 66. John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘Two Seated Figures and a Wall’ signed and titled, and impressed potter’s mark 22.5cm high. £150-250 67. Takeshi Yasuda (Japanese, b.1943) Two handled bowl green ash glaze with white splashes 24.5cm across. £100-200 68. Richard Parkinson (British, 1927-1985) and Sue Parkinson (British, 1925-2012) Owl sgraffito decoration 22cm high. £80-120 68

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69. Richard Parkinson (British, 1927-1985) and Sue Parkinson (British, 1925-2012) Bird impressed seal 7.3cm high. £40-70 70. Richard Parkinson (British, 1927-1985) and Sue Parkinson (British, 1925-2012) Cat sgraffito decoration impressed ‘Made in England’ 14cm high. £50-100

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71. Richard Parkinson (British, 1927-1985) Salt and Pepper impressed ‘Richard Parkinson’ and ‘Made in England’ 16cm high (2). £60-100 72. Deidre Burnett (British, b.1939) Scent bottle and stopper the stopper of stacked discs with manganese rims impressed potter’s seal 19cm high. £50-100 73. Mashiko Pottery Pair of yunomi tea bowls incised grass decoration impressed seal 7.7cm high, in a signed wooden case, and two further yunomi’s with dripped glaze (4). £50-100

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74. Gwyn Hanssen Pigott (Australian, 1935-2013) at Wenford Bridge Jar and cover, circa 1965 impressed potter’s and pottery seals 16cm high. £60-100 75. Peter Lane (British, b.1932) Vase black to yellow graduated glaze signed 15.8cm high. £50-100

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76. Ian Rylatt (British, b.1963) Three teapots two impressed potter’s seal, the other with potter’s label the largest 22.5cm across (3). £80-120 77. Mark Smith (British, b.1964) Jug salt-glazed and with bird-form spout impressed potter’s seal 31cm high. £70-100 78. Deidre Burnett (British, b.1939) Two organic forms porcelain impressed potter’s seal 11cm and 9cm across (2). £80-120

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79. Derek Emms (British, 1929-2004) Two teapots brush work decoration each impressed potter’s seal 20.5cm and 18cm across (2). £80-120 80. Bernard Forrester (British, 1908-1990) Charger brushwork decoration painted potter’s mark 29cm diameter. £60-100 81. Mary Rich (British, b.1940) Teapot gold decoration and cane handle impressed potter’s seal 16.8cm across. £50-100 82. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Pot and cover with splashes of tenmoku impressed potter’s seal 6.2cm across. £50-100 83. Lotte Reimers (German, b.1932) Vase, 1995 poured glazes incised potter’s mark and date 9cm high. £60-100

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84. Sue Paraskeva (British, Contemporary) Bowl, 1998 matt white glaze incised potter’s mark and date 9cm high, 20.5cm diameter. Provenance: Adrian Sassoon, London, 1999. £50-100 85. Sarah Butler and Martin Clark for Heals Bowl sgraffito linear decoration on black ground BC Pottery impressed potter’s and retailer’s mark 16cm high, 22.3cm diameter. £50-100

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86. David Eeles (British, 1933-2015) at Shepherd’s Well Pottery Jug decorated with red and grey dripped glazes impressed potter’s and pottery seals 43cm high. £120-180 87. Peter Beard (British, b.1951) Two handled bowl matt blue and green scrolling decoration impressed potter’s seal 22.5cm high, 28.3cm across. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratfordupon-Avon. £150-250 88. Peter Beard (British, b.1951) Two handled vessel purple and matt blue scrolling decoration impressed potter’s seal 13.5cm high, 16cm across. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratfordupon-Avon. £100-200

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89. Peter Beard (British, b.1951) Jar and cover, 1980 green and matt blue linear pattern impressed potter’s seal and date mark 8.5cm across. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratfordupon-Avon. £60-100 90. Julian King-Salter (British, b.1954) Vase coil built in turquoise glazes impressed potter’s seal 35cm high.

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Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratfordupon-Avon. £80-120 91. Chris Carter (British, b.1945) Vessel bubbled glaze and dripped manganese rim impressed potter’s seal 28.5cm high. Provenance: Beaux Arts, Bath, 1993. £120-180 92. Chris Carter (British, b.1945) Vessel black and brown bubbled glaze, pulled rim impressed potter’s seal 21cm high. £120-180 93. Jack Doherty (British, b.1948) Bowl porcelain with mixed clays impressed potter’s seal 12cm high, 19cm across. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratfordupon-Avon. £50-100

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94. Peter Sparrey (British, b.1967) Vase with lugs crackled celadon with splash of sang de boeuf glaze impressed potter’s and pottery seals 29cm high. £150-250


95. Linda Christianson (American, b.1952) Two vases striped panels each 26cm long (2). £100-200 96. Susan Mundy (British, b.1965) Sculptural form textured surface impressed potter’s seal 38cm high. £70-100

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98. Toff Milway (British, b.1949) Large dish and a bowl incised and decorated with fish each signed the dish 57.7cm across, the bowl 26cm diameter (2). £100-200 97

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99. Mark Smith (British, b.1964) Two teapots salt-glazed, rolled and textured spouts and handles each impressed potter’s seals 26.5cm across and 24cm across (2). £80-120 100. David Roberts (British, b.1947) Raku Bowl on stand grey and white wave decoration each impressed potter’s seal the bowl 47cm across. £300-500

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101. David Roberts (British, b.1947) Raku charger crackled effect and smoked fired surface impressed potter’s seal 55cm diameter. £300-500 102. Harry Davis (British, 1910-1986) at Crowan Pottery Bowl copper brown wax resist decoration to the outside pottery seal covered with glaze 14cm high, 24.5cm diameter.

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Provenance: The Crafts Study Centre Trust from Ewart Uncles. £50-100 103. Michael Casson (British, 1925-2003) Jug and footed bowl, circa 1978 salt-glazed the jug impressed potter’s seal the jug 23cm high, the bowl 10cm high, 17.3cm diameter (2). £100-200 104. Joanna Constantinidis (British, 1927-2000) Three vases one with speckled glaze, another with brown glaze and pulled rim, the other with grey and speckled green glaze each impressed potter’s seal 12cm high, 9.5cm high and 10cm high respectively (3). £200-300 104

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Property of Kenneth Mellon 105 - 158 105. Bernard Irwin (British, Contemporary) Three vessels sgraffito decoration signed (to the base) 33.5cm, 33.5cm and 13cm high (3). £80-120 106. Ruth Franklin (British, Contemporary) Four figural forms two signed the tallest 28.5cm high (4). £80-120

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107. Tessa Fuchs (British, 1936-2012) ‘Valley Road’ bowl impressed potter’s seal 7.3cm high, 17.2cm diameter. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. £80-120 108. Rosemary Wren (British, 1922-2013) at Oxshott Goat impressed potter’s seal and inscribed ‘Oxshott’ 13.5cm across. £80-120 109. Gordon Cooke (British, b.1949) Sculptural form textured and inlaid porcelain impressed potter’s seal 15.5cm high. Provenance: Candover Gallery, Alresford, 2000. £50-100 110. Blandine Anderson (British, Contemporary) Frog on lotus leaf impressed potter’s seal 25.5cm long. Provenance: Leigh Gallery, London, 1990. £50-100

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111. Geoffrey Eastop (British, 1921-2014) Wall pot, circa 1998 hand-built stoneware, sprayed, sponged and painted slips painted potter’s monogram 34.2cm high. £80-120 112. Walter Keeler (British, b.1942) ‘Gun Barrel’ teapot, circa 2000 salt-glazed impressed potter’s seal 16cm high. £100-300

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113. Walter Keeler (British, b.1942) Dish salt-glazed impressed potter’s seal 19.5cm across. £80-120 114. Marianne De Trey (British, b.1913) Bowl porcelain with geometric lustre decoration impressed potter’s seal 12.2cm diameter. £50-100 115. Jonathan Middlemiss (British, b.1949) Sculptural vessel green and brown geometric design impressed potter’s seal 33cm high. £50-100 116. Jonathan Middlemiss (British, b.1949) Sculptural vessel green, brown and blue conical geometric design impressed potter’s seal 26cm high. £50-100

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117. Jonathan Middlemiss (British, b.1949) Sculptural vessel beige and black geometric design impressed potter’s seal 22cm high. £50-100 118. Nancy Angus (British, b.1958) Two vases coiled and with sgraffito decoration each 45.3cm high (2).

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122. Kate Brett (British, Contemporary) Surreal wall clock signed 29cm high. £50-100 123. Sotis Filippides (Greek, b.1963) Bowl incised and textured to the outside, pink and cream glaze to the inside impressed potter’s mark 11cm high, 30.3cm diameter. £80-120

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124. Sotis Filippides (Greek, b.1963) Asymmetrical bowl textured black and green glaze impressed potter’s mark 16cm high, 28.5cm across. £80-120 125. Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011) Vessel coiled with blue splashes impressed potter’s seal 53cm high. £200-300 126. Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011) Vessel dripped glaze potter’s label 21cm high, 25cm across. £80-120 127. Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011) Vessel coiled with pulled asymmetrical rim impressed potter’s seal 39.5cm high. £100-200

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128. Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011) Vessel coiled with pulled asymmetrical rim impressed potter’s seal 34cm high. £80-120

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129. Betty Blandino (British, 1927-2011) Four vessels coiled with uneven rims the larger two with impressed potter’s seals the largest 19cm high. £80-120 130. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Sculptural form signed 68cm high. £200-400 131. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Totem with disc 101.5cm high (including base). £500-700 132. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku White Pelos, 2009 signed and dated (to the base) 29.5cm high overall. £80-120 133. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku Pelos, 2009 signed and dated (to the base) 33cm high overall. £100-200 134. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku Pelos, 2009 signed and dated (to the base) 27.3cm high overall. £50-100

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135. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku White Bottle vase impressed potter’s seal 20.5cm high. £80-120 136. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku Black Bottle vase impressed potter’s seal 22cm high. £80-120

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137. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku Black and Turquoise Bottle vase, 1989 signed and dated (to the base) 35.5cm high. £150-250 138. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku Bow with Disc, 2004 signed and dated (to the base) 19cm high overall. £80-120 139. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku Keyhole Bow, 2013 signed and dated (to the base) 34cm high overall. £100-200 140. Peter Hayes (British, b.1946) Raku Keyhole Black Bow signed 13cm high. £50-100

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141. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Three Figures and Rock impressed potter’s seal, signed and titled (to the base) 18.3cm across. £150-250 142. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Figure and Tree impressed potter’s seal 15.5cm across. £100-200

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143. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Three Figures and a Tower impressed potter’s seal, signed and titled (to the base) 18.3cm across. £150-250 144. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Seated Princess impressed potter’s seal 22cm high. £150-250 145. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Guardian II, 2011 signed and dated (to the base) 35cm high overall. £150-250 146. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Sentinel, 2011 signed and dated (to the base) 32cm high overall. £150-250

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147. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Bird and Fish lidded box incised ‘MALTBY’ (to the base) 22cm across. £100-200 148. John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘Cleopatra’ swing boat wall piece signed 27cm across. £150-250

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149. John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘Moonlit’ footed dish impressed potter’s seal 19.5cm across. £100-300 150. See page 37 151. John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘Winter landscape’ covered box impressed potter’s seal 6.3cm diameter. £80-120 152. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Cup on stand incised landscape design signed ‘MALTBY’ 19cm across. £80-120 153. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Tea bowl painted with trailed foliage impressed potter’s seal 8.4cm high, 9.4cm diameter. £100-200

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150 John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘Moonlit Landscape’ vessel signed ‘MALTBY’ (to base) 43cm high. £500-700

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154. John Maltby (British, b.1936) ‘Remember Me’ footed bowl decorated with basket of flowers, and tenmoku glaze to the inside impressed potter’s seal 9cm high, 10.5cm diameter. £100-200 155. John Maltby (British, b.1936) Cup form painted with flowers and grasses signed ‘MALTBY’ 13cm high. £150-250

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160 Lucie Rie (British, 1902-1995) Set of eight cups and saucers, circa 1955 oatmeal glaze with manganese rims impressed potter’s seals the saucers 13cm diameter (8) £1500-2500

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161 Lucie Rie (British, 1902-1995) Bowl white glaze with dripped manganese rim squeezed to an oval at the rim impressed potter’s seal 14.2cm high, 25.3cm width, 20.5cm deep. £2000-4000

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162 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Pouring vessel matt black glaze impressed potter’s seal 12.5cm high, 16cm across.

163 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Pouring vessel matt black glaze impressed potter’s seal 15.3cm high, 17cm across.

Provenance: Kenneth Mellon Collection. £800-1200

Provenance: Kenneth Mellon Collection. £800-1200

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164 Lucie Rie (British, 1902-1995) for Bimini Eight pressed glass buttons seven with Bimini brass backs impressed flowerpot mark the largest 3.4cm across (8). Provenance: Lucie Rie confirmed verbally to the vendor’s mother that she had designed and pressed these buttons. Before the war the Bimini workshops in Vienna had designed and made blown glass and furniture. Fritz Lampl, one of the trade partners, moved to London, became a button-maker to the fashion trade, and taught a number of other refugees, including Lucie Rie, to press glass buttons. In 1945 she began to design and make ceramic buttons for this Bimini in her workshop. £300-500 165 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Dish matt black glaze, incised rim impressed potter’s seal 13.8cm diameter. £200-400

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166 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Bowl, circa 1960 conical form, dark tones of grey with subtle white spots impressed potter’s seal 10.6cm high, 24cm across.

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Literature: see Tony Birks, Lucie Rie, Marston House, p.155 for another bowl with ‘elusive white spotting’.

Provenance: Bonham’s, London, Contemporary Ceramics, 25 March 1999, lot 125; Kenneth Mellon Collection. £3000-5000


‘where the body and the glaze are always integrated, and where the preparation and mixture of the body, be it stoneware or porcelain, is a highly individual matter…then sometimes emerges from the kiln a pot which is a thing apart…’ (George Wingfield Digby in the catalogue of the 1967 Arts Council Exhibition retrospective)

167 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Bowl, circa 1965 yellow glaze, white centre with three circles of blue impressed potter’s seal, exhibition label 4cm high, 13cm diameter.

Provenance: John Sparks Ltd., 1967; Private Collection, UK. Exhibited: The Arts Council, London, Lucie Rie Retrospective exhibition of stoneware and porcelain 1926-1967, 1967, no.225.

Literature: see Tony Birks, Lucie Rie, Stenlake Publishing Ltd., 2009, p.99 for another similar slightly larger bowl. £2000-4000

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168 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Vase, circa 1970 dripped manganese glaze, of shouldered form impressed circular motifs to the shoulder impressed potter’s seal 14cm high.

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Literature: An example of a similar shape can be found in Tony Birks, Lucie Rie, Stenlake Publishing Ltd., 2009, p.166 dated 1970. Provenance: Kenneth Mellon Collection. ÂŁ3000-5000


169 Lucie Rie (British, 1902-1995) Vase stoneware, of squeezed form pitted white and grey glaze panelled and with incised decoration impressed potter’s seal 24.3cm high.

Provenance: The Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratfordupon-Avon, 1975; Private Collection, UK.

Literature: see Tanya Harrod, The Crafts in Britain in the 20th Century, Yale University, 1999, p.370, ill.399 for a photograph of Lord Eccles with his collection of studio pottery (1981) with a near identical vase. ÂŁ3000-6000

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170 Lucie Rie (1902-1995) Footed bowl pale pink and white glaze impressed potter’s seal 10cm high, 18.5cm diameter. Provenance: Acquired directly from Lucie Rie at Albion Mews; Private Collection, UK. £2000-4000

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171 Lucie Rie (British, 1902-1995) Footed bowl, circa 1980 manganese rim, turquoise drip to outside and turquoise ring to interior, pink horizontal inlay impressed potter’s seal 7.8cm high, 10.5cm across. Provenance: Peter Dingley Gallery, Stratford-upon-Avon. £4000-7000

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172 Hans Coper (German/British, 1921-1980) Cup on foot with central disc, circa 1965 black matt glaze with manganese drip incised spiral decoration impressed potter’s seal 13.5cm high.

173 Hans Coper (German/British, 1921-1980) Composite form black matt glaze incised spiral decoration to the foot impressed potter’s seal 14.5cm high.

Literature: see Muriel Rose, Artist Potters in England, 1970, fig.109 for a similar example.

Provenance: Kenneth Mellon Collection. £4000-7000

Provenance: Kenneth Mellon Collection. £4000-7000

‘My concern is with extracting essences rather than with experiment and exploration.’ Hans Coper (V&A archive)

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174 Peter Collingwood (British, 1922-2008) M.111 No.1 and M.111 No.2 a pair, signed and stamped with title woven linen and stainless steel 138cm long, 67cm wide (2).

Provenance: Oxford Gallery, Oxford; Private Collection, UK. ÂŁ1500-2500

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Art Pottery & Art Glass 175. Daum of Nancy ‘Thistle’ scent bottle, circa 1900-1910 glass acid cut and enamelled with thistles, stems and leaves signed in gilt ‘Daum, Nancy’ and with Cross of Lorraine 7.4cm high. £100-200 176. Meyr’s Neffe (attributed to) Two Art Nouveau enamelled drinking glasses, circa 1900 each with flower head motifs the taller numbered ‘WW/H, 407’, the smaller numbered ‘616’ 23.7cm and 17.5cm high (2).

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180. Richard Riemerschmid (German, 1868-1957) (attributed to) Vase dark green glass bowl, upon a clear glass base 31cm high, 19.5cm diameter. Literature: see H. Von Torsten Brohan, GlasKunst der Moderne, p.418, plate 202 for a similar example. £100-200 181. Rene Lalique (French, 1860-1945) ‘Nemours’ bowl, originally design 1929 clear, frosted and enamelled glass signed ‘R. LALIQUE FRANCE’ 25.2cm diameter. £300-400

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194. Christopher Dresser (British, 1834-1904) for Minton Set of four Aesthetic Movement tiles, circa 1870 decorated with cranes flying in moonlight each tile 15cm x 15cm (mounted in frame). £300-500

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195. John Moyr Smith (British, 1839-1912) for Minton Set of six tiles with designs from ‘Shakespeare’ series including The Tempest, Macbeth, Cymbeline, Twelfth Night, Taming of the Shrew and King Lear raised manufacturer’s marks on some tiles each 15cm x 15cm (6) £100-200

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196. Doulton Lambeth Pair of tiles, 1875 stylised foliate motifs in blue and brown on coffee ground impressed manufacturer’s marks 15.2cm x 15.2cm. £80-120 197. Leon Solon (1872-1957) and John Wadsworth (1879-1955) for Minton Secessionist vase decorated with sprays of sinuous flowers in turquoise and green printed manufacturer’s mark and stamped ‘Minton’ 47cm high. £200-400

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207. Robert Wallace Martin (British, 1843-1923) for Martin Brothers Two domed pierced tiles the larger with flowerhead motif in blue glazes the smaller inscribed ‘R. W. Martin, 8’, the larger numbered ‘24’ the larger 15cm x 15cm, the smaller 11.5cm x 11.5cm (2). Provenance: Richard Dennis, Martin Brothers Pottery Exhibition, 1978. £200-400

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209 Robert Wallace Martin (British, 1843-1923) for Martin Brothers Grotesque face jug, 1898 each side modelled with a characterful face inscribed and dated ‘R. W. Martin & Bros., London & Southall’ and ‘10-1898’ 17.5cm high, 17cm across. £700-1000

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210. Della Robbia Pottery Jar and cover, circa 1900 incised with stylised foliage, in shades of green and yellow incised Della Robbia boat mark 15.5cm high. £80-120 211. Della Robbia Pottery Jar and cover with band of flowers and stylised foliage, in shades of turquoise and greens on brown and yellow grounds incised Della Robbia boat mark and numbered ‘855’ 11.3cm high. £100-200

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216. Della Robbia Pottery Pair of plates, 1902 flowering foliage design, in browns, yellow and turquoise incised Della Robbia boat mark, dated and signed ‘E Taylor’ 20.5cm diameter (2). £100-200 217. Ruskin Pottery Seven Arts & Crafts ceramic hearts, a larger roundel and a rectangular plaque predominantly in turquoise and green glazes the large roundel 7.8cm diameter (9). £80-120 218. Daisy Makeig-Jones for Wedgwood ‘The Flying Hummingbirds’ pattern vase from the Ordinary lustre range on mottled blue ground and with ‘flying geese’ border printed manufacturer’s mark, and painted pattern no. ‘Z5294’ 23cm high. £100-200 219. George Cartlidge for Hancock & Sons Morris Ware vase, circa 1920 decorated with purple flowers with long sinuous stems, on mottled green ground painted signature and numbered ‘C18.1’, printed manufacturer’s mark 24cm high. £250-350

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221 Alfred Powell (British, 1865-1960) for Wedgwood Bowl, circa 1926 decorated with stag and foliage in greens and brown painted monogram and numbered ‘2714’, stamped manufacturer’s mark 8cm high, 27cm diameter.

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222. Louise Powell (British, 1882-1956) for Wedgwood Plate painted silver border painted monogram and numbered ‘4198’, stamped manufacturer’s mark 26cm diameter.

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223. Louise Powell (British, 1882-1956) for Wedgwood Lidded jug painted silver scrolling foliage design painted monogram and numbered ‘937’, stamped manufacturer’s mark 14cm high.

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224 Henry Payne (1868-1940) & Edith Payne (1875-1959) Arts & Crafts mirror the frame painted in tempera with stylised birds and flowering branches the frame painted by Henry Payne and gilded by Edith Payne 64.5cm x 40.3cm. Provenance: Collection of Edward Payne, son of Henry and Edith Payne. Exhibited: Birmingham Museums & Art Gallery, ‘Edith Payne: Flower Painter of the Cotswolds’, 1979, catalogue no.9 (i).

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229. Fanny Garde (1855-1928) (attributed to) for Bing and Grondhal Vase moulded foliate and seed decoration printed manufacturer’s mark and numbered ‘1154’ 10cm high, 14cm across. £250-350 230. Rostrand Vase, circa 1910 decorated with an owl in a dusk landscape printed manufacturer’s stamp 34.5cm high. £300-500

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236. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Latona Red Roses’ charger, 1929-30 marked ‘Latona’ and printed Bizarre mark 33.3cm diameter. £400-600 237. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Gayday’ vase and two jugs printed manufacturer’s Bizarre marks the vase 15.5cm high (3). £50-100

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238. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Rhodanthe’ bowl printed manufacturer’s mark 21.3cm diameter. £60-100 239. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Umbrella’ tazza printed manufacturer’s Fantasque mark 7cm, 17.5cm diameter. £100-200 240. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Melon’ octagonal bowl printed manufacturer’s Fantasque mark 7.7cm high, 18cm diameter. £100-200 241. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Japan’ (yellow) sabot, circa 1933 printed manufacturer’s Bizarre mark 13.5cm long. £200-400 242. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) Pair of ‘Blue Chintz’ plates printed manufacturer’s mark each 16.7 cm diameter (2). £60-100 243. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Crocus’ duckling egg cup stand and another duckling the egg stand printed manufacturer’s Bizarre mark the egg stand 15.3cm diameter (2). £100-200

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244. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Marguerite’ jam pot and cover and another pot and cover printed manufacturer’s marks 10cm and 10.5cm high (2). £50-100 245. Clarice Cliff (British, 1899-1972) ‘Trees & House’ sugar sifter printed manufacturer’s Bizarre mark 14cm high. £100-200

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251. Rorstrand of Sweden ‘Venezia’ coffee set comprising coffee pot, sugar bowl, milk jug and six cup and saucers printed manufacturer’s marks the coffee pot 23.5cm high (9). £50-100 252. Eric Ravilious (British, 19031942) for Wedgwood ‘Alphabet’ nursery-ware mug, circa 1937 transfer-printed in red facsimile artist’s signature and manufacturer’s mark 8.5cm high. £100-200 253. Eric Ravilious (British, 1903-1942) for Wedgwood ‘Alphabet’ nursery-ware mug, circa 1937 transfer-printed in green facsimile artist’s signature and manufacturer’s mark 8.5cm high. £100-200

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254. Eric Ravilious (British, 1903-1942) for Wedgwood ‘Harvest Festival’ dinner service comprising two oval dishes, two tureens and covers, a sauce boat and stand, six dinner plates, six entree dishes, six side plates, six soup bowls printed manufacturer’s marks the largest dish 36.3cm across (29). £100-300 254

255. Norman Makinson (British, 1921-2010) for Wedgwood ‘Festival of Britain’ mug, printed with 1851 Crystal Palace and 1951 Skylon designs printed manufacturer’s mark 7.3cm high. £200-400 256. Gustavsberg Collection of 18 ‘Argenta’ pieces, including Wilhelm Kage designs turquoise with silver inlay manfacturer’s marks the tallest vase 13cm high (18). £200-300

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257. Piero Fornasetti (Italian, 1913-1988) A collection of eight items to include a ‘Palladiana’ bowl, made by Rosenthal, a ‘Sausages’ bowl, a ‘Cheese’ bowl, three dishes, a ‘Soap’ jar and cover, and an ashtray each with manufacturer’s mark to the base the jar and cover 17.5cm high (8). £80-120 258. Salvador Dali (Spanish, 1904-1989) for Maurice Duchin Set of six tiles comprising baiser, soleil, moutettes, etoille de mer and flechettes (x2) designs each stamped ‘ 1954 Maurice Duchin/all rights reserved’ each 20cm x 20cm (6). £200-300

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259. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) ‘Gladstone Pottery’ plate, 1978 commemorating the last firing of the bottle oven in the Potteries 91/250, manufacturer’s mark and numbered 27.2cm diameter. £100-200

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260 Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) at Madoura ‘Picador’ jug (A.R. 162) conceived in 1952 and executed in an edition of 500 marked ‘Edition/Picasso/Madoura’ 13.4cm high. £1000-2000

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261 Danillo Curetti (Swiss, Contemporary) for Lonwgy ‘Le Verseau’ vase inscribed and titled ‘F3168, Creation Danillo Luretti, Tir.Lim No.4/100Ex’ and printed manufacturer’s mark 26cm high. £500-700

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263 Manner of Charles Bevan (British, ?-1882) Set of six Gothic Revival oak chairs, circa 1876 inlaid with ower head and foliate spray decoration, and with chevron decoration to top rail chamfered front supports, and chamfered and curved back supports with upholstered seats 91.5cm high, 44cm across (6). £800-1200

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267 Shapland and Petter of Barnstable Art Nouveau inlaid ‘Peacock’ hall cabinet, circa 1905 the central door inlaid with panels depicting stylised peacocks the interior with coat hooks, mirror and stick rail 183cm high, 118cm across, 47.5cm deep.

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Exhibited: Liberty, London, Arts & Crafts Design from 1860-1920, 2003. Shapland & Petter was founded in 1854 by Henry Shapland. At its height in the Arts & Crafts and Art Nouveau period it supplied the leading retailers including Liberty & Co. and Waring & Gillow. £2000-3000


270. James Fenton Art Nouveau mantel clock silver front, with sinuous floral design inset coloured enamels hallmarked for Birmingham 19061907 16cm high. £80-120 271. Archibald Knox (British, 1864-1933) ‘Tudric’ twin handled pewter vase, circa 1900 with whiplash foliate handles stamped marks and numbered ‘029’ 24.5cm high. £100-200

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276. Archibald Knox (British, 1864-1933) for Liberty & Co. ‘Cymric’ butter dish silver with turquoise and green enamelled panels hallmarked for Birmingham 1903 14cm across. £200-400 277. Manner of Majorelle Art Nouveau tray inlaid with flowering stems, with metal foliate handles 60cm across. £250-350

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282. Manner of Gustav Stickley (1858-1942) Pair of Arts & Crafts oak stools curved and with cross stretcher, covered in Voysey style fabric 54.5cm high, 61cm across (2). £400-600 283. Edward Spencer (British, 1872-1938) for The Artificers’ Guild Pair of electroplated vases with planished finish and vertical bands of wriggle-work decoration each stamped ‘3053’ 24.3cm high (2).

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Provenance: The Eastgate Gallery, Oxford, 1946. £350-450 284. Cotswold School Plant stand octagonal top with inlaid ebony banding, on octagonal supports 71.7cm high. £80-120 285. Edward Barnsley (British, 1900-1987) (attributed to) Standard lamp octagonal column and square base 143cm high. £100-300

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286. Edward Barnsley (British, 1900-1987) Stool, 1970 walnut, with square tapering legs and drop-in seat 49cm high, 53.3cm across, 36.7cm deep. Literature: Sold together with original drawing and letter from Edward Barnsley. £100-200

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287 Edward Barnsley (British, 1900-1987) Set of eight dining chairs walnut with inlay curved back, on square tapering legs and drop-in seat stamped ‘Barnsley’ 81.5cm high (8). £500-800

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288. Gordon Russell of Broadway Nest of three tables, circa 1955 on tapering legs stamped ‘Russell of Broadway’ the largest 61cm across (3). £80-120 289. See page 84 290. Arts & Crafts Stick stand hammered copper, decorated with a pelican and fish in relief 58cm high. £150-250

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291. Manner of Margaret Gilmour Arts & Crafts brass jardiniere repoussé decorated with two birds under a tree, loop handles 18cm high, 19.5cm diameter. £150-250 292. Arts & Crafts Photo frame hammered brass, inset Ruskin Pottery roundel 26.7cm x 19cm. £80-120 293. Arts & Crafts Pair of finger plates decorated with peacocks sitting upon a branch pewter mounted onto wood, inset foil-backed enamel roundels, and cabochon eyes each 28cm x 7.8cm (2). £200-300 294. See page 85 295. Albert Edward Jones (British, 1878-1954) Arts & Crafts footed silver bowl hammered, decorated with foliate motifs and inset turquoise Ruskin Pottery roundels maker’s mark, hallmarked for Birmingham 1903 11cm high, 17cm across. £400-600

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289 George Washington Jack (British, 1855-1932) for Morris & Co. Arts & Crafts bookcase cabinet mahogany inlaid satinwood and chequer banding, of inverted breakfront form, with moulded cornice above floral inlaid frieze and central pair of glazed cupboard doors, flanked by two single glazed doors, the base with arched and column recesses, flanked by two single short drawers between single cupboard doors, above single long cupboard doors, all on moulded base on shaped bracket feet 203cm high, 201cm across.

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An example of this cabinet was exhibited by Morris & Co. at the Franco-British Exhibition in 1908 which was purchased for the sitting room at Stanmore Hall, Middlesex by William Knox D’Arcy. Literature: Jeremy Cooper, Victorian & Edwardian Furniture and Interiors, London, 1987, p.178, pl.474 the sitting room at Stanmore House, a similar example. A similar example can also be found in a Morris & Co. catalogue circa 1900. £8000-12000


294 Manner of C. F. A. Voysey Arts & Crafts wall hanging decorated with peacocks, fawns and blossoming trees 121cm x 208cm.

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296. Manner of W.A.S. Benson Arts & Crafts ink stand copper and brass 26cm across. £50-100 297. Cotswold School Arts & Crafts brass chamberstick in the manner of Ernest Gimson loop handle and punched decoration 16.5cm across. £200-300

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298. Arts & Crafts Hammered brass casket with knight and horse roundel to cover and sinuous Art Nouveau emblems throughout stamped ‘St’ (to the base) 12cm across. £150-250 299. The Shop of the Crafters, Cincinnati Pair of American Arts & Crafts chairs rail backs and drop-in seats one labelled 102.7cm high (2). £200-300 300. (Book) Hugh Birkett (British, 1919-2002) By Hammer and Hand: The Arts & Crafts Movement in Birmingham, 1984 edited by Alan Crawford, Birmingham Museum and Art Galleries, 1984 with binding by Hugh Birkett tooled in gold initialled and dated ‘19HB84’ 20cm x 21.3cm. £60-100

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301 Omar Ramsden (British, 1873-1939) Arts & Crafts silver caddy spoon hammered bowl, scrolling wirework stem, with three chrysoprase cabochon and ropetwist finials hallmarked for London 1934, crested 9.5cm long. £600-900

302 Omar Ramsden (British, 1873-1939) Arts & Crafts hammered silver footed bowl of hexagonal form, with applied scrolling foliate rim, standing on six feet engraved ‘GHBP 1910-1935 MH’ inscribed ‘Omar Ramsden Me Fecit’ and hallmarked for London 1934 6.7cm high, 11.5cm across. £500-700

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304. R. Shippend (British, 20th Century) Windswept Girl and Puppy, 1907 standing on a plinth adorned with a frieze of animals signed and dated bronze on square marble base overall 47cm (including base). £300-500 305. R. Shippend (British, 20th Century) Mother and Child, 1907 signed and dated bronze on marble base 64cm high (including base). £200-300

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306. See page 89 307. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman early oak bowl, circa 1920s/1930s adzed carved mouse signature to the outside 24cm diameter. £300-500 308. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman oak tray, circa 1940s adzed two carved mouse signatures to the outside rim 46cm across. £300-400 309. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman oak cheese board, circa 1940s/1950s adzed carved mouse signature to the board 37cm across. £200-300 310. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman oak bread board carved mouse signature 30.5cm across. £100-150

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311. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman oak bowl adzed carved mouse signature to centre of bowl 27.5cm diameter. £150-250


306 Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman early oak centre table, circa 1920s/1930s on curved central supports and four feet, the base adzed carved mouse signature 70cm high, the top 90cm x 90cm. Provenance: Removed from The Arndale Centre, Manchester in 1996 after the bombing. It had originally been in the The Old Wellington Inn. ÂŁ800-1200

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312. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman oak ashtray adzed carved mouse signature 10.3cm across. £60-100 313. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman oak foot stool on octagonal supports and woven leather top carved mouse signature 18.8cm high, 34cm across. £200-300

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314. Robert Thompson of Kilburn (British, 1876-1955) Mouseman oak stool shaped top and on three octagonal legs carved mouse signature to the seat 46cm high, 36.3cm across. £200-300 315. Sid Pollard (British, 20th Century) Oak Stool on octagonal shaped supports and leather top 42cm high, 35.8cm across. £100-150 316. Arts & Crafts Three handled vase possibly Birmingham Guild of Handicraft hammered copper and silvered metal 16cm high. £200-400 316

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317 Charles Robert Ashbee (British, 1863-1942) Twin handled cup inscribed ‘To the ancient, from CRA, on the mournful occasion of his transition into matrimony, April 1893’ loop handles, berry clusters and hammered finish 8.2cm high, 16.1cm across.

The inscription is typical of the circle of gay friends that Ashbee made at Cambridge in the mid-1880s. ‘The Ancient’ refers to James Headlam, later Headlam-Morley, who was a contemporary and friend of Ashbee’s at King’s College, Cambridge who would later become a distinguished diplomat and historian. Headlam married the German musician Else Sonntag on 6 April 1893. Literature: Arts & Crafts Metalwork, Blackwell, The Arts & Crafts House, 2003, p.54, catalogue no.57 for a similar slightly later example (1894) made by Ashbee & the Guild for Ethel Ginsbury.

We would like to thank Alan Crawford for helping to catalogue this lot. £800-1200

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318 Omar Ramsden (British, 1873-1939) and Alwyn Carr (British, 1872-1940) Arts & Crafts condiment set, 1901-03 comprising sifter castor, salt, mustard pot and two spoons hammered silver, with sinuous Art Nouveau foliate design, ropetwist borders, each with open-work straps centred by a bead motif, initialled ‘W.R.A.P’ the salt and mustard pot with associated green glass liners the salt hallmarked for London 1901, the castor and mustard hallmarked for London 1902, the spoons hallmarked for London 1903 the sifter 10.7cm high, the mustard 10cm high, the salt 10.2cm high (including glass liner) (5). ÂŁ1000-2000

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319. Manner of Charles Fleetwood Varley Arts & Crafts enamel panel of three blue tits on a branch, on a white metal mount initialled (to reverse) 5.2cm diameter. £80-120 320. Manner of Charles Fleetwood Varley Arts & Crafts enamel panel depicting a lady in a flowering landscape 9.3cm diameter. £80-120 321. Arts & Crafts Continental jewellery casket the hinged cover with inset polychrome panel framed by sinuous scrolls and stylised foliage stamped ‘21’ 8cm high, 13cm across. £300-400

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322. See page 94 323.-328. No Lots 329. Art Deco Pair of armchairs scroll arms, fan shaped back and cane seats with folding back 74cm high, 59.5cm across (2). £250-350 330. See page 95 331. (Books) Bauhaus Interest 50 Years Bauhaus, Royal Academy of Arts Exhibition Catalogue, 1968; Frank Whitford (ed.), The Bauhaus: Masters & Students by Themselves, Conran Octopus Limited, 1992 and three further (5). £50-100 332. Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (Dutch, 1888-1964) (after) ‘Red and Blue’ chair possibly manufactured by Cassina lacquered wood 89cm high, 66cm across. £150-250

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333. Gerrit Thomas Rietveld (Dutch, 1888-1964) (after) Schroder table possibly manufactured by Cassina lacquered wood 60.5cm high, 50cm across. £250-350 333

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322 John Kirsten (Jack) Baily (British, 1881-?) Jewel box the cover inset central blister pearl, framed by embossed pomegranates and scrolling foliage with hammered finish maker’s mark, hallmarked for London 1912 stamped ‘J. K. BAILY’ and ‘Stratford on Avon’ 10.2cm across, 8.5cm deep.

Provenance: Rachel Ward (nee Rothenstein) and Alan Ward. John Kirsten Baily was an important member of the Guild of Handicraft in Chipping Campden. When the Guild of Handicraft Ltd. was being wound up in 1908, another business under the same format was formed between George Edward Horwood, William Mark, George Henry Hart and John Kirsten Baily. Within this partnership all silver enquiries were forwarded to Hart and Baily, but the partnership was short-lived and ended in 1912. It was noted at a meeting of the Guild of Handicraft on 2 February 1912 that a padlock had been placed on the workshop door of the Guild, as Mr Horwood (estate agent & Custodian of the Guild property) had reason to believe that some of the common workshop tools were being removed to Mr Baily’s new shop at Stratford-on-Avon, & that he had been making an unfair use of the gas in the evenings. It would have been around this time that this box would have been made. £300-500

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330 Edouard Colonna (German, 1862-1948) Art Nouveau centre table, circa 1890 on slender legs and stylised claw feet 77cm high, 106cm across, 59.5cm deep.

Literature: see Roberta Waddell, The Art Nouveau Style, Dover Publication, 1977, ill.520 for a similar example and Alastair Duncan, The Paris Salons 1895-1914, Vol.III Furniture, 1996, p.109.

Similar examples were exhibited at Maison Art Nouveau Bing Exposition Universelle 1900. ÂŁ600-800

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334. Alvar Aalto (Finnish, 1898-1976) Stool, model no. 60, originally designed 1933 possibly produced by Finmar Ltd. bent laminated birch 44cm high. £50-100 335. Hans Agne Jakobsson (Swedish, 1919-2009) Set of four wall lights, circa 1960 verdigris bronze maker’s labels 33cm across (4). £100-300

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336. Manner of Maison Desny Art Deco standing floor uplighter fluted metal column, the chrome shade supported by three glass discs 177cm high. £200-400 337. Manner of Maison Desny Pair of Art Deco style wall lights curved chrome shades and glass disc decoration each 29cm high (2). £100-200 338. Muller Freres of Luneville Art Deco table lamp, circa 1925 the moulded glass shade with flower head and grass motifs wrought iron base with berry and tendril decoration the shade relief marked ‘Muller Freres Luneville’, the base stamped ‘Made in France’ 40cm high. £300-600 339. Wiener Werkstatte Silver vase cylindrical form with perforated squares on circular base, and fitted glass liner with former Austro-Hungarian Empire silver marks for 1872-1922 for Vienna stamped maker’s mark 6.5cm high. £400-600

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340. Jean Joire (French, 1862-1950) Alsatian signed ‘J. Joire’, stamped foundry mark and inscribed ‘Susse Fre Edts, Paris’ bronze with dark patina 28cm across. Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £500-700 340

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341. Albert Bartholomé (French, 1848-1928) Crouching nude women signed ‘ABartholomé’, stamped ‘SiotParis’ and numbered ‘809c’ gilded bronze 16.5cm across. Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £300-500 342. Léon Kann (French, 1859-1925) Art Nouveau lily bud and petal vase cast at the Siot Foundry numbered ‘918’ (to the base), incised signature and foundry mark gilt bronze 12.5cm high. Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £200-400 343. Tiffany Studios of New York ‘Zodiac’ cigar box stamped ‘Tiffany Studios, New York’ and numbered ‘1690’ gilt metal with cedar lining 11.2cm across, 5cm high.

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346. Brenda Putnam (American, 1890-1975) Door mouse signed ‘B. Putnam’ bronze 7cm high.

Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £100-200

Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £200-300

344. Tiffany Studios of New York ‘Lioness’ paperweight stamped ‘Tiffany Studios, New York’ and numbered ‘887’ bronze 10cm across. Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £200-300 345. See page 99

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347. Brenda Putnam (American, 1890-1975) Two rabbits each signed ‘B. Putnam’ bronze with patina 8.8cm high and 7.3cm high (2). Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £300-500


345 Abastenia St. Leger Eberle (American, 1878-1942) ‘Hide and Seek’ bookends each inscribed ‘A. Eberle./Copy. 1911’ and stamped ‘Cast by Griffould. Newark NJ’ bronze with brown patina 17.3cm high (2). Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £1500-2500

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348 Charles Robert Knight (American, 1874-1953) Triceratops, 1915 signed and date ‘Chas R Knight, 1915’, titled and inscribed probably produced at Roman Bronze Works Inc bronze 18.5cm across. Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae.

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Charles Robert Knight was probably best known for his influential depictions of dinosaurs and prehistoric animals at the beginning of the 20th Century. He was hailed as ‘one of the great popularisers of the prehistoric past’, influencing a whole generation of the museum public and his work was often used to illustrate books on dinosaurs published in the first half of the 20th Century.

He wrote on the Triceratops ‘in spite of its formidable mien, [it] was perfectly harmless...and not aggressive for all its great horn and armored bony frill and... The spiny projections on the head...no doubt saved the peaceful, clumsy brute from early extinction.’ (Charles R. Knight, Before the Dawn of History, 1935) £1000-2000


349. Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington (American, 1876-1973) Descending Panther signed ‘Anna V. Hyatt’, stamped ‘Gorman Co.’ and numbered ‘Q938’ and ‘12’ bronze with brown patina 15.5cm high. Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £2000-4000 350. Gottfrid Larsson (Swedish, 1875-1947) Art Nouveau chamberstick modelled with a nude lady signed ‘Gottfrid Larsson’ gilded bronze 14.5cm across.

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Provenance: Estate of Emma Fordyce MacRae. £200-400 351/352/353. See page 102 354. See page 103 355. Manner of Tiffany Glass and copper ceiling light the central domed shade with graduated coloured glass and four iridescent glass drop shades 108cm across. £300-500

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356. Art Deco Pair of bakelite table lamps fluted stems and gilt metal mounts 35cm high (2). £50-100 357. Josef Lorenzl (Austrian, 1892-1950) Nude dancer cold painted bronze on a circular onyx base signed 22cm high. £400-600 358. Manner of Hagenauer Nude dancer patinated bronze on an octagonal hard stone base 23cm high. £100-200

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364. George Nelson (American, 1908-1986) for Vitra ‘Coconut’ chair, originally designed in 1955 chromium steel support and red leather upholstery manufacturer’s label 81cm high x 102cm across. £600-800

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351 Alvar Aalto (Finnish, 1898-1976) for Artek Set of four child’s chairs, originally designed in 1932 bent and laminated birch faint ‘Artek’ stamp to two chairs and ‘ICF of New York’ labels 60cm high (4). £100-300

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352 Alvar Aalto (Finnish, 1898-1976) for Artek Pair of stools bent and laminated birch faint ‘Artek’ stamp ‘ICF of New York’ labels 38cm high (2). £80-120

353 Alvar Aalto (Finnish, 1898-1976) for Artek Table bent and laminated birch ‘ICF of New York’ label 59cm high, 121.5cm across. £100-300


354 Paule Leleu (French, 1906-1987) Rug wool, with diamond geometric decoration woven signature to the border ‘Leleu’ 405cm x 117cm. £400-700

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359 Brett Payne (British, Contemporary) Silver and 9ct gold collar necklace with repeating swan motif panels signed and hallmarked for Sheffield 1997 in maker’s case 42cm long.

360 Walter Ritchie (British, 1919-1997) 18ct gold and amethyst single stone ring the circular mixed-cut amethyst in stylised six-claw setting hallmarked for Birmingham 1971, rubbed maker’s mark ring size U.

£200-300

Provenance: Accompanied by original amethyst purchase receipt issued by Oscar D. Fahy of Birmingham, addressed to Walter Ritchie, dated 30th November 1971 £200-300


361 Marius Hammer (Norwegian, 1847-1927) Enamel fringe necklace comprising openwork scrolled panels, suspending a tiered fringe of blue enamel pear-shaped drops, with white enamel bead highlights on trace-link back chain signed and stamped ‘930’ 43cm long. £150-200

362 Georg Jensen (Danish, 1866 - 1935) ‘Moonlight grapes’ bracelet with repeating foliate and grape cluster panels, to oval cabochon clasp numbered 30 stamped ‘925S Sterling Denmark’, with maker’s mark for 1933 - 1944 21cm long. £700-900

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363 Robert Welch (British, 1929-2000) Claret jug silver and lead crystal glass hallmarked for London 1977 24.5cm high.

Provenance: Bought from the Robert Welch Studio Shop by the current vendor’s family in 1977. Literature: Charlotte Fiell and Peter Fiell, Robert Welch: Design, Craft and Industry, Laurence King, 2015, p.135 £700-900

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365. After Pablo Picasso Owl, 1961 Austin Production incised and dated bronzed resin 33cm high. £100-200 366. Dario Tognon (b.1936) for Artemide Dania table light, originally designed 1969 white enamelled cast-aluminium 41cm high. £80-120

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371. Ernest Race (British, 1913-1964) for Race Furniture Ltd. Three stools square metal frames with upholstered tops 35cm high, 57cm across (3). £80-120

367. Achille Castiglioni (Italian, 1918-2002) & Pio Manzu (Italian, 1939-1969) ‘Parentesi’ suspended pole light, originally designed 1970 steel cable, enamelled metal tube with elastomer head approximately 225cm long. £100-200 368. Joe Colombo (Italian, 1930-1971) ‘Spider’ floor light, originally designed 1963 chrome and lacquered yellow metal 146cm high. £100-300 369. Vico Magistretti (Italian, 1920-2006) ‘Slalom’ table light, originally designed 1985 chrome and lacquered yellow metal produced by Oluce at its highest 51.5cm high. £80-120 370. Ernest Race (British, 1913-1964) for Race Furniture Ltd. Three ‘Sheppey’ armchairs, originally designed circa 1963 two high-back and a low-back armchair ash frames with upholstered seat and backs and aluminium inlay 63cm across. £300-500

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372. Jeanneret Le Corbusier (French, 1887-1965) and Charlotte Perriand for Cassina LC4 chaise longue red tubular metal, black leather manufacturer’s label 159cm long. £400-600 373. Jeanneret Le Corbusier (French, 1887-1965) and Charlotte Perriand and Pierre Jeanneret for Cassina Pair of LC1 chairs, originally designed 1925 slingback armchairs, bent tubular steel frame, black leather arms, and hide brown and white seats manufacturer’s label 58.5cm across (2). £300-500

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374. Mario Botta (Swiss, b.1943) ‘Seconda’ armchair, originally designed 1982 epoxy-coated steel frame with perforated sheet steel seat and expanded polyurethane back-rest 52cm across. £80-120

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375. Durlston Designs Ltd. 1960s floor lamp with orange adjustable shade, chrome support manufacturer’s marks 113cm high. Provenance: Heal’s, London, 1970. £60-100 376. Mid-Century Modern 1960s floor light white enamelled adjustable shade metal stem and tripod feet 167cm high. £60-100 377. Mid-Century Modern Table lamp with black metal shade, chrome support and black metal table clamp 31.5cm high. £50-100

378. Niels O. Møller (Danish, 1920-1982) for Gudme Møbelfabrik of Denmark Dining table extending and on four supports, with two extra leaves teak manufacturer’s labels 219.5cm long extended. £100-300

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379. Vico Magistretti (Italian, 1920-2006) for Artemide, Italy Eclisse table light, originally designed 1965/1966 red enamelled aluminium manufacturer’s marks 18cm high. £50-100 380. John Makepeace (British, b.1939) High back armchair andaman padouk, curved back, square supports (and shown joints), upholstered in orange fabric 127.5cm high, 60.5cm across. Literature: see Sotheby’s, London, Decorative Arts & Design from 1870, 25 November 2004, lot 683 for another example of this model. £200-400

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381. Alan Peters (British, 1933-2009) Two stools curved seat and exposed inlaid joints the smaller stamped ‘Alan Peters’ the larger 37cm high, 86.3cm across, the smaller 30cm high, 65.5cm across (2). £200-400 382. Cornelia Parker (British, b.1956) Three Venetian glass opalescent light shades probably manufactured in Stourbridge 23.5cm diameter, in original cardboard boxes. Provenance: Purchased from Tate Gallery, London. £200-300 383. Makio Hasuike & Co. ‘Metra Seccose’ dining table folding birch top, on aluminium base 74.5cm high, 160cm long. £500-700

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384. John Makepeace (British, b.1939) ‘To Hand’ tray burr elm with inlaid magnolia rim stamped ‘John Makepeace, Designers & Makers’ 35.5cm across. £200-300


385. David Linley (British, b.1961) Vase with glass liner stamped ‘LINLEY’ 32.6cm across. £250-350 386. David Linley (British, b.1961) Cheese scoop silver and walnut stamped ‘LINLEY’ and hallmarked for Birmingham 2004 25.3cm long. £80-120

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387. After Joe Colombo (Italian, 1930-1971) Modernist trolley three drawers and on castors molded ‘Lic. Brev. N. 9570976’ 78cm high. £60-100 388. Italian School Pair of modernist chairs in red metal with triangular meshed seats 71cm high (2). £100-200

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389. Carolyn Quartermaine (British, Contemporary) Rug, circa 1990 wool 200cm x 138cm. £50-150

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390. Ettore Sottsass (British, 1917-2007) for Olivetti ‘Valentine’ portable typewriter with black plastic keys and white lettering, in original red carry case 32.5cm across. £80-120 390

391. Olivier Mourgue (French, b.1939) ‘Djinn’ chaise longue originally designed in 1965 aubergine wool cover 166cm long, 58cm wide. Note: Recovered and upholstered on original frame by Airborne International. £600-800 392. Lucienne Day (British, 1917-2010) Two ‘Flotilla’ curtains, originally designed 1952 lined printed fabric partially printed ‘Heals “Flotilla” by Lucienne Day’ marks one 145cm high, 180cm across, the other 135cm high, 200cm across (2). £100-200

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393. Modernist School Nude figure with whip standing upon a rock brass 31.3cm x 19.8cm. £80-120

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394 John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for David Whitehead Ltd. ‘Foliate Head, 1954 screen-printed cotton 50cm x 27cm. £150-250 395 John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for A. Sanderson & Sons Ltd. ‘Northern Cathedral’, 1959 issued 1962 screen-printed textile 34cm x 53.5cm. £150-250

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396 John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for A. Sanderson & Sons Ltd. ‘Chiesa de la Salute’, 1959 issued 1960 screen-printed textile 35.3cm x 47cm. £150-250 397 John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for A. Sanderson & Sons Ltd. ‘Arundel’, 1959 issued 1960 screen-printed textile 30.5cm x 45.3cm. £120-180

398 John Piper (British, 1903-1992) for David Whitehead Ltd. ‘Cotswold’, circa 1960 screen-printed cotton 33.5cm x 33.5cm. £120-180 399 Marino Marini (Italian, 1901-1980) for Edinburgh Weavers ‘Cavallo’, circa 1959 screen-printed textile 41cm x 54.5cm. £150-250


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400 Anthony Harrison (British, b.1931) for Edinburgh Weavers ‘Matador’, circa 1958 screen-printed cotton 47cm x 56.3cm. £120-180

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401 Kenneth Rowntree (British, 1915-1997) for Edinburgh Weavers Ltd. ‘Full Measure’, circa 1956 screen-printed cotton 46cm x 34.5cm. £150-250 402 Shirley Craven (British, b.1934) for Hull Traders Ltd. ‘Pasco’, 1958 screen-printed textile 59.5cm x 91cm. £120-180

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Prints & Multiples 403. John Hall Thorpe (British, 1874-1947) ‘The Chinese Vase’ signed and titled in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 47cm x 31cm. £150-250 404. John Mace (British, 20th Century) Vase of poppies lithograph 23.2cm x 18.3cm. £60-100 405. Wouter Deruytter (Belgian, b.1967) The Salukis of Sheikha Dana Al Khalifa, Bahrain 2/12, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (to reverse) photographed November 1996, printed 1997 gelatin silver print 37cm x 37cm, unframed. £200-400 406. Wouter Deruytter (Belgian, b.1967) The National Stables, Bouznika, October 1996 3/12, purportedly signed, titled and numbered in pencil (to reverse) gelatine silver print 36.7cm x 36.7cm. £200-400

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407. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) Carew Castle (Levinson 334) 91/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 43.5cm x 64cm. £600-800 408. Joe Tilson (British, b.1928) Stones of Venice Goldfinch, Diptych, 2012 3/60, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 32cm x 44cm. £80-120

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409. Robert Adams (British, 1917-1984) Screen Form, 1973 49/90, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 56cm x 28.5cm. £80-120 410. Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Six Contes Fantasques, 1953 (Cramer 66) engraving with burin on Montval wove paper from an edition of 225 31.7cm x 24cm. Provenance: Caroline Wiseman Originals Ltd. £250-350 411. See page 118

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412. Anthony John Lysycia (British, b.1959) Heads and Ladder, 1984 5/5, signed, dated, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 57cm x 84cm. £50-100 413. Wilhelmina Barns-Grahams (British, 1912-2004) Cardinal, 1999 36/70, signed and numbered in pencil silkscreen 58cm x 76cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. £500-700 414. Hans Bellmer (German, 1902-1975) La Céphalopode 12/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching 24.5cm x 22cm. £100-200 415. Radovan Kraguly (Yugoslavian, b.1935) Leaf in Space, 1964 publisher’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) edition of 40 drypoint and mezzotint 45.5cm x 28cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £40-80

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411 Howard Hodgkin (British, b.1932) Red Bermudas, 1982 initialled, numbered 124 and dated in white pencil/crayon (in the margin) offset lithograph in colour 38.5cm x 38.5cm. ÂŁ600-900

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416. Jennifer Dickson (British, b.1936) ‘Apocalypse’, 1965 artist’s proof, signed, inscribed and dated in pencil (in the margin) edition of 30 etching and aquatint 53cm x 38.5cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £50-100 417. Stanley William Hayter (British, 1901-1988) Onde Verte, 1965 E 2/5, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 58.5cm x 49.5cm £200-300

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418. Anthony Currell (British, b.1942) ‘Miners’, 1963 artist’s proof, signed, titled, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) from The Wales Series drypoint 57.5cm x 40cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £100-200 419. William Tillyer (British, b.1938) Pathway, 1974 50/90, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodblock 68.3cm x 51.3cm, unframed. £60-100 420. Walter Hoyle (British, 1922-2000) Gate of Honour, Caius College, 1965-66 from The Cambridge Series artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) linocut 55.7cm x 43cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £100-200

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421. Walter Hoyle (British, 1922-2000) Senate House, Cambridge, 1965-66 from The Cambridge Series artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) linocut 45.7cm x 68.7cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £100-200

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422. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) Arizona, 1965 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin), titled (to reverse) aquatint Editions Alecto stamp (to reverse) 39cm x 49.5cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120 423. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) Suffolk Barns, 1965 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin), titled (to reverse) aquatint Editions Alecto stamp (to reverse) 35cm x 47cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120 424. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) Vezelay, 1965 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin), titled (to reverse) aquatint Editions Alecto stamp (to reverse) 40cm x 52cm, unframed.

425. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) Queens College Facade, 1965 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin), titled (to reverse) aquatint Editions Alecto stamp (to reverse) 39.7cm x 52cm, unframed.

426. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) Farm Buildings, 1965 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin), titled (to reverse) aquatint Editions Alecto stamp (to reverse) 34.5cm x 46.7cm, unframed.

Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120

Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120

Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120

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427. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) Mese Verde, 1965 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin), titled (to reverse) aquatint Editions Alecto stamp (to reverse) 37cm x 49cm, unframed.

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Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120 428. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) Navajo Canyon, 1965 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin), titled (to reverse) aquatint Editions Alecto stamp (to reverse) 39.3cm x 49cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120 429. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) Untitled publisher’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 29.5cm x 53cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120 430. Ronald King (British, b.1932) Sea Anemones I, 1966 proof, signed, inscribed and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint Editions Alecto, London 57.5cm x 86.4cm, unframed.

431. Ronald King (British, b.1932) Sea Anemones II, 1966 proof, edition of 50, signed, inscribed and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint Editions Alecto, London 57.7cm x 85.5cm, unframed.

Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £50-100

Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £50-100

432. Ronald King (British, b.1932) Sea Anemones III, 1966 artist’s proof, edition of 50, signed, inscribed and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint Editions Alecto, London 86.5cm x 57cm, unframed. Provenance: Collection of the publishers. £50-100

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433. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (American, 1932-2007) A Rash Act, 1975 74/75, signed and numbered in pencil (lower left) lithograph 73.5cm x 52cm, unframed. £600-800 434. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (American, 1932-2007) A Rash Act - B2, 1975 6/25, signed and numbered in pencil (lower left) lithograph 72.5cm x 51.3cm, unframed. £1000-1500 435. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (American, 1932-2007) Nude Sculpture 28/30, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 31cm x 15.5cm, unframed. £100-200

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436. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (American, 1932-2007) Cap’n A. B. Dick (B), 1975 18/20, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 17.2cm x 20.5cm, unframed. £400-600 437. Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993) Circles and Waving Lines, 1966 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil linocut and stencil published by Editions Alecto 48.7cm x 85.5cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £150-250 438. Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993) Bronze and Black, 1965-66 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil linocut published by Editions Alecto 44.5cm x 82cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £150-250

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439. Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993) Round Round Round, 1965-66 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil woodcut and linocut published by Editions Alecto 72cm x 63.5cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £150-250 440. Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993) Radical Shakes, 1965-66 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil woodcut, linocut and metal relief published by Editions Alecto 80.5cm x 58cm, unframed.

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Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £150-250 441. Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993) Diamond, 1965-66 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil linocut and woodcut published by Editions Alecto 68cm x 44.5cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £150-250 442. Bernard Cohen (British, b.1933) Untitled, 1965 signed, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 46.5cm x 63cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120 443. Bernard Cohen (British, b.1933) Untitled, 1965 signed, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 30cm x 73cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120

444. Bernard Cohen (British, b.1933) Untitled, 1965 signed, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 30cm x 67cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120

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445. Bernard Cohen (British, b.1933) Untitled, 1965 signed, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 49.5cm x 69cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £80-120

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446. Margaret Kroch-Frishman (German, 1897-1972) Street & Trees and Flowers in a vase, 1965 epreuve d’artiste, each initialled, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto 65cm x 50cm and 45.5cm x 39.8cm, unframed (2). Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £50-100 447. David Hockney (British, b.1937) Parade - Metropolitan Opera New York 1981 offset lithograph poster published by Petersburg Press 96cm x 60cm, unframed. £100-200

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448. David Hockney (British, b.1937) David Hockney, The Tate Gallery, Drawings and Prints 1961-1979, 1980 signed in pencil offset lithograph poster published by Petersburg Press 76cm x 51cm, unframed. £300-500

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449 David Hockney (British, b.1937) He enquired after the quality, from Fourteen Poems from C. P. Cavafy (S.A.C. 49), 1966

14/75, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto, London 35cm x 22cm. ÂŁ1200-1800

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450 David Hockney (British, b.1937) Gold, from Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm (S.A.C. 103) signed in pencil (in the margin) and inscribed ‘Ed. B. XX A. P.’ in pen (to the reverse) etching 34cm x 26cm (sheet 44.5cm x 30.7cm), unframed. £1200-1800

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451 David Hockney (British, b.1937) Cold Water about to Hit the Prince, from Six Fairy Tales from the Brothers Grimm,1969 (S.A.C. 97) signed in pencil (in the margin) and inscribed ‘Ed. B. XX A. P.’ in pen (to the reverse) etching and aquatint 38.5cm x 27cm (sheet 45cm x 31cm), unframed. £1500-2500

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452. William Whitehead Ratcliffe (British, 1870-1955) Boatbuilders, Hammersmith signed in pencil in the margin (lower right) woodcut 18cm x 17.4cm, unframed. £100-300

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453. (Book) Leonor Fini (Argentine, 1907-1996) and Pauline Reage Histoire d’O, Paris, Jean-Jacques Pauvert, 1975, 547/762, with illustrations by Leonor Fini, in original red cloth presentation case, accompanied by an original lithograph by Fini, signed and numbered 44/110 in pencil (in the margin), the lithograph 32cm x 24cm. £100-200 453

454. (Book) Stanley William Hayter (British, 1901-1988) and Samuel Beckett Still, 1972-1974, the edition numbered 85, with three softground etchings printed in colours, each signed, dated ‘73 and numbered 85/133 in pencil (in the margin), published by M’Arte Edizioni, Milan, on wove paper, in original olive green casing and matching slip case, overall 39.5cm x 29.7cm. £300-500

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455 Pablo Picasso (Spanish, 1881-1973) Tête de Femme, 1959 (B. 947) signed in pencil (lower right), inscribed ‘No.44, Tête de Femme, 1959-60’ (to reverse) linocut in colours on Arches paper

one of approximately twenty artist’s proofs aside from the edition of fifty, with full margins 65.5cm x 54cm (sheet 75.2cm x 62.2cm), unframed. Provenance: Galerie 65, Cannes, 1966. £6000-9000

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456. Henri Matisse (French, 1869-1954) (after) Grande Tête de Katia numbered in pencil (lower right) lithograph on arches (sheet 66cm x 50cm) unframed. Provenance: Purchased from Jean Carrau on 24 July 1965. Similar copies, unnumbered, were on sale in the summer of 1969 at the Fondation Maeght. Erased pencil note on reverse reads ‘Affiche avant lettre 1944. ‘Tete’.’ £300-500

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457. Leonor Fini (Argentine, 1907-1996) Figural Studies signed in pen (lower right) lithograph 36cm x 25cm, unframed. £50-100 458

458. Jacques Villon (French, 1875-1963) Illustration from Les Bucoliques signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 20.3cm x 48.7cm, unframed. £60-100 459. Breon O’Casey (British, 1928-2011) The Forge, from Door into the Dark by Seasmus Heaney with etching by O’Casey 34/50, signed and numbered in pen published by Faber & Faber Limited and printed on Velin Arches blanc the etching 17cm x 28.7cm, unframed. £80-120 460. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) St. Hilda’s College, Old Hall, Oxford 3/75, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 36cm x 52cm, unframed. £100-200

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461. Georges Rouault (French, 1871-1958) Vierge aux sept glaives from The Miserere Series aquatint on laid Arches paper with Ambroise Vollard watermark the plate 58cm x 40.5cm, the sheet 65cm x 50.5cm, unframed. Provenance: London Graphic Arts December 1968 £100-300 461


462 David Hockney (British, b.1937) Kaisarion with All His Beauty, 1961 signed and dated in pencil (in the margin lower right) etching and aquatint printed in black and red from the edition of approximately 50 copies printed by Ron Fuller and Peter Matthews at The Royal College of Art, London 49.4cm x 27.3cm. Provenance: Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford, 1963. ÂŁ4000-7000

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463. Henry Cliffe (British, 1919-1983) Tree Woman, 1958 14/20, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 71cm x 51.5cm. £150-250 464. Albert Irvin (British, 1922-2015) Trinity II, 1995 46/125, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint published by Advanced Graphics, London 97cm x 131cm. £500-700

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465. Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993) Red Flowers, 1986-87 (Sidey 359) 8/14, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 47cm x 41.3cm. £100-300 466. Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993) Peacock Bird, 1988 (Sidey 373) 16/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut 60.5cm x 80.7cm. £200-400

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467. Patrick Hughes (British, b.1939) ‘Angela’s Flowers’, 1977 56/60, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 48.5cm x 36cm. £100-300 468. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) Blenheim Bridge, 1988 (Levinson 416) 71/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 42cm x 59cm. £500-700

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469. John Bellany (British, 1942-2013) Celtic Voyage, 1992 30/50, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) lithograph from Six Artists: The 1992 Royal College of Art Portfolio of Prints 75.5cm x 55.5cm, unframed. £100-300 470. Eduardo Paolozzi (British, 1924-2005) Les Chants de Maldoror, Ducasse, 1992 30/50, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) etching with hand colouring from Six Artists: The 1992 Royal College of Art Portfolio of Prints 33.3cm x 50.7cm, unframed. £150-250

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471. Tim Mara (British, 1948-1997) Plastic Funnel, Mortar and Pestle, 1992 30/50, signed, numbered, titled and dated in pencil (lower right) screenprint from Six Artists: The 1992 Royal College of Art Portfolio of Prints 75.7cm x 56.7cm. £80-120 472. Nana Shiomi (Japanese, 20th Century) Blue Venus, 1992 30/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) woodcut in two colours from Six Artists: The 1992 Royal College of Art Portfolio of Prints 50.5cm x 34.7cm. £50-100 473. See page 134 474. Peter Blake (British, b.1932) Party (Sing Song) 30/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph and screenprint from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 49.7cm x 43.7cm, unframed. £300-500

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473 Paula Rego (Portuguese, b.1935) Embarkation, 1992 signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint from Six Artists: The 1992 Royal College of Art Portfolio of Prints 44.5cm x 34cm, unframed. ÂŁ700-1000

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475. Eileen Cooper (British, b.1953) Laugh Out Loud, 1996 30/100, signed, numbered, titled and dated in pencil (in the margin) etching, lithograph, woodcut and chine collé from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 60.5cm x 42.3cm, unframed. £100-200 476. Alistair Grant (British, 1925-1997) Fête Champêtre 30/100, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph and screenprint from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 54cm x 72cm. £60-100 477. John Hewitt Raft, 1996 30/100, signed, numbered, titled and dated in pencil etching from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 56.5cm x 76cm, unframed and Freya Payne (b.1968), Bruise, 30/100, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin), screenprint, lithograph and etching, 47.5cm x 69.5cm, unframed and Kate Whiteford (b.1952), In the Eye of the Beholder, screenprint, 58cm x 45.5cm (3). £80-120 478. John Hoyland (British, 1934-2011) Dream, 1996 30/100, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) screenprint from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 56cm x 46cm, unframed. £200-400

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479. Allen Jones (British, b.1937) Shimmy, 1996 30/100, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) lithograph from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 75cm x 55cm, unframed. £200-400

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480. Tim Mara (British, 1948-1997) Wire Glass and Carrier Bag 30/100, signed and numbered in pencil (lower left) screenprint and lithograph from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 55.5cm x 75.5cm. £80-120 481. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Cactus ‘Head’ 30/100, signed, numbered and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 43cm x 31.5cm, unframed. £150-250

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482. Chris Orr (British, b.1943) 1796 and All That, 1996 30/100, signed, numbered, titled and dated in pencil lithograph from Twelve Artists: The Royal College of Art Centenary Portfolio of Prints 1996 46cm x 70cm. £80-120 483. A collection of Modern British Art lithographs to include Ben Nicholson, Still Life with Blue, Henry Moore, Eight Reclining Figures, Ceri Richards, The Pianist, Victor Pasmore, Barbara Hepworth, Patrick Heron, Sandra Blow, Robyn Denny and Donald Hamilton Fraser, all unframed (9). £200-300 484. See page 137 485. Graham Sutherland (British, 1903-1980) Untitled, nine studies, 1968 45/70, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 65.7cm x 49.5cm. £200-400 485

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484 Laurence Stephen Lowry (British, 1887-1976) The Cart signed in pencil in the margin (lower right) with blind stamps offset lithograph 49.5cm x 39.7cm. ÂŁ2500-3500

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486. Duncan Grant (British, 1885-1978) ‘Engineering Workmen’ GPO poster lithograph 49cm x 60.5cm, unframed. £80-120 487. Max Bill (Swiss, 1908-1994) Hanover Gallery exhibition poster, 1966 signed and dated in red ink lithograph 75cm x 44cm. £80-120 488. Michael Rothenstein (British, 1908-1993) RIP, 1968 (Sidey 172) 2/35, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) linocut, woodcut, half-tone black and line-block 67cm x 58.5cm. £200-300

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489. Antoni Tapies (Spanish, 1923-2012) Untitled from El Pendulo Inmovil, 1982 V/XXX, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and resin in colours on Auvergne Richard de Bas paper 29cm x 39cm. Provenance: Adam Gallery, Bath, 2006. £500-700 490. See page 139 491. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Swiss Bank, 1989 artist’s proof, signed, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 42.5cm x 61.5cm. £200-300 492. Richard Smith (British, b.1931) Three Card Monte, 1982 36/50, signed, dated and numbered in pencil lithograph 64cm x 48.5cm. £80-120

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490 Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, 1889-1946) Le Port, 1919 (Leicester Galleries 62) signed and dated in pencil (in the margin lower right) lithograph 51cm x 39cm, unframed. ÂŁ2000-4000

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493. Josef Herman (British, 1911-2000) Dancing Girl, 1981 edition 99, signed in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 25.5cm x 20cm. £100-200 494. Leonard Rosoman (British, 1913-2012) Looking through a Window 10/160, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 58.5cm x 38cm. £80-120

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495. John Mclean (British, b.1939) Untitled, 1995 14/40, initialled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 69cm x 51.5cm. £80-120 496. Yoshishige Furukawa (Japanese, 1921-2008) Poetry II and Poetry VII, 1999 4/40, each signed, dated and numbered in pencil lithographs with screenprint overlay each 38.5cm x 45.2cm (2). £100-200 496A. (Book) John Piper (British, 1903-1992) John Piper: Paintings, Drawings and Theatre Designs 1932-1954, Faber & Faber Limited, London, with original aquatint Figures from a Seal frontispiece, ex-Library copy. £100-200

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497. Valerie Thornton (British, 1931-1991) St. Margaret’s, Kings Lynn, 1978 49/50, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 58.5cm x 39.5cm. £150-250 498. Craigie Aitchison (British, 1926-2009) Daffodils and Candlesticks, 1998 6/75, signed and numbered in white pen (in the margin) screenprint 49.5cm x 38cm. £300-500 499. Eduardo Paolozzi (British, 1924-2005) Ponti, 1988 signed, dated and titled in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 59.7cm x 40.5cm. £200-300

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500. Eduardo Paolozzi (British, 1924-2005) Leonardo, 1974 artist’s proof, signed, dated and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 59.5cm x 42.2cm. £200-300 501. Geoffrey Robinson (British, b.1945) Dream Boat 5/10, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 29.5cm x 39.5cm. £100-200 502. Mary Fedden (British, 1915-2012) Lamplight 55/75, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 42cm x 59.5cm. £200-300

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503. John Piper (British, 1903-1992) Eye and Camera: Claret and Blue, 1973 (Levinson 235) signed in pencil (lower right) screenprint 47.3cm x 69.7cm. £400-600

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504. John Piper British, 1903-1992) Eye and Camera: Red, Blue & Yellow, 1980 (Levinson 317) signed in pencil (lower right) screenprint 39.7cm x 60.5cm. £300-500 505. Ronald Brooks Kitaj (American, 1932-2007) Bacon I 20/70, signed in pencil (lower right) screenprint 46cm x 101.5cm. £500-700 506. Patrick Hughes (British, b.1939) Sunscrapers, 1980 8/90, signed, titled, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) aquatint 68cm x 52cm. £200-300

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507. Prunella Clough (British, 1919-1999) Game, 1991 7/50, signed and numbered in pencil lithograph on watermarked wove paper printed at Curwen Studio 49cm x 23cm. £300-500

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508. Gwyther Irwin (British, 1931-2008) Super-structure 5/100, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) silkscreen 62cm x 87.5cm. £100-200 509. Henry Cliffe (British, 1919-1983) Untitled, 1967 15/50, signed, numbered and dated in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 70cm x 44cm. £200-300

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510. Kenneth Martin (British, 1905-1984) Rotation Frankfurt III, 1977 34/61, signed, dated and numbered in pencil (in the margin) screenprint 54.5cm x 55cm. £400-600 511. Ceri Richards (British, 1903-1971) Blossom, 1965 from Twelve Lithographs for Six Poems by Dylan Thomas proof, signed and inscribed lithograph 39cm x 61cm. £300-500

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512 Enid Marx (British, 1902-1998) Marco’s Animal Alphabet from an edition of six 22 numbered in crayon, and some initialled linocuts sheet ‘A’ 12cm x 18.5cm (26).

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Enid Marx completed her ABC alphabet of 27 prints in 1979, and they were occasionally included in exhibitions of her work. However, they were not reproduced in print until a special limited edition was produced by Graham Moss of Incline Press in 2000, after Marco’s death in 1998. This set, one of the original 1979 editions, is as Graham Moss says ‘imbued with the joy and sense of fun that is so typical of her work’. £1500-2500

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513. Michael Ayrton (British, 1921-1975) Eagle landscape from The Greek Suite 41/50, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) lithograph 43.5cm x 64.3cm. £100-200 514. Robert Colquhoun (British, 1914-1962) Poems of Sleep and Dream eight lithographs each 17.5cm x 11cm, unframed (8) £80-120

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515. Angus McBean (British, 1904-1990) Two photographic portrait studies of a gentleman one signed in pencil (in the margin) vintage gelatin silver print 21.2cm x 16cm and 20.7cm x 15.5cm (2). £60-100 516. Henry Moore (British, 1898-1986) ‘Firenze, Forte Di Belvedere, 20 Maggio - 20 Settembre 1972’, two exhibition posters each signed in black felt pen (lower right) off-set lithographs each 99cm x 68cm, unframed (2). £100-300

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517. Orde Levinson Hope and Optimism Portfolio, 1990 the complete set of ninety prints, each on various papers 88/200, each signed and numbered in pencil including John Piper, Bruce Onobrakpeya, Will Gorlitz, Leon Golub, John Bellany, Ana Maria Pacheco, Robert Combas, Sandro Chia, Marina Abromovic, Andres Serrano published by the Hope and Optimism Trust in the original blue portfolio, 67cm x 86cm, all unframed. £2000-3000

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517A. Bruce McLean (British, b.1944) Dark Deck 64/75, signed and numbered in pencil (in the margin) silkscreen 73.5cm x 73.5cm, unframed. £200-400

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517B. Peter Blake (British, b.1932) A Walk in the Tuileries Gardens, 2004 artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) silkscreen 40cm x 33.5cm. £300-500 517C. Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Spanish Dreams, 2002 (Kemp 238) artist’s proof, signed and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) screenprint and collage 57cm x 29cm. £600-1000

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Julian Trevelyan (1910-1988) Julian Trevelyan was an important artist and printmaker, initially connected to the Surrealist movement and then as a teacher at the Royal College of Art between 1955 to 1963. He eventually becoming Head of the Etching Department, teaching and inspiring Norman Ackroyd, Ron Kitaj and David Hockney amongst his many students. He was an important innovator in the modern print movement and was a driving force in making etching a fashionable field for contemporary artists during the 1960s. 148

The following lots show a selection of his work and the development of his style from his earliest Surrealist style to his more mature work, when he was working and travelling alongside his wife Mary Fedden, ‘He constantly drew on the people and places visited…He had the ability to capture the essence of a place – Africa, Russia, France, Malta, Italy – and what he saw, thought and felt was immediately translated into prints and paintings which reflected the very smell of where he had drawn his inspiration.’ (Mary Fedden quoted in Silvie Turner, Julian Trevelyan, 2010, p.7)


518. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Somnambulist II 1937, 1971 (Turner 55) from the Dream City series 1/20, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) from the 1971 restrike for Leslie Waddington Prints Ltd. etching 15cm x 25cm. £300-500

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519. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Valentine 1936, 1972 (Turner 49) from the Dream City series 3/25, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) from the 1972 restrike for Leslie Waddington Prints Ltd. etching 20cm x 25cm. £300-400 520. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Stonehenge, 1961 (Turner 138) 32/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 60cm x 46cm, unframed. Provenance: Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford, 1963. £200-400 521. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Towers and Oxen, 1961 (Turner 139) 7/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 50cm x 39cm, unframed. Provenance: Bear Lane Gallery, Oxford, 1963. £200-400

522. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Florence at Night, 1965-66 (Turner 176) from The Florence Suite artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto 35.2cm x 47.3cm, unframed.

523. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Florence Panorama, 1965-66 (Turner 177) from The Florence Suite artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto 35.2cm x 47.3cm, unframed.

Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £300-500

Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £300-500

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524. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Palazzo Pitti, 1965-66 (Turner 179) from The Florence Suite artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto 35cm x 47.3cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £300-500

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525. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Santa Maria Novella, 1965-66 (Turner 182) from The Florence Suite artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto 35.2cm x 47.3cm, unframed. Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £300-500 526. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Self-Portrait, 1965-66 (Turner 183) from The Florence Suite artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto 47.3cm x 35cm, unframed.

528. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Villa Gamberia, 1965-66 (Turner 185) from The Florence Suite artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto 47.5cm x 35cm, unframed.

Provenance: From the collection of the publishers. £300-500 527. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Uffizi Gallery, 1965-66 (Turner 184) from The Florence Suite artist’s proof, signed, titled and inscribed in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint published by Editions Alecto 47.3cm x 35cm, unframed. £300-500

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529 Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) The Procession to the Temple, Puri, Orissa, 1968 signed and dated (lower left), inscribed (to reverse) oils on canvas 49.4cm x 59.3cm. This art work was also made into a etching and aquatint for the India Suite in 1968 in an edition of 75 with 14 artist’s proofs. £3000-5000

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530. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Bonzo Bar, 1970 (Turner 236) from The Second Malta Suite 15/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 35.2cm x 47.3cm, unframed. £300-500 530

531. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Calypso, 1970 (Turner 237) from The Second Malta Suite 15/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 35.2cm x 47.3cm, unframed. £300-500

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532. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Fisherman, 1970 (Turner 238) from The Second Malta Suite 15/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 47.3cm x 35.2cm, unframed. £400-600 533. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Singing Nuns, 1970 (Turner 239) from The Second Malta Suite 15/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 35.2cm x 47.3cm, unframed. £400-600 534. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Stone Cutting, 1970 (Turner 240) from The Second Malta Suite 15/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 35.2cm x 47.3cm, unframed. £400-600 535. Julian Trevelyan (British, 1910-1988) Valetta, 1970 (Turner 241) from The Second Malta Suite 15/50, signed, titled and numbered in pencil (in the margin) etching and aquatint 35.2cm x 47.3cm, unframed. £400-600

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Paintings & Sculpture 538. Edward Piper (British, 1938-1990) Landscape with Grecian Sculpture, 1986 signed in pencil (lower right) watercolour and pencil 44.3cm x 59.3cm. £200-400 539. Camden Town School Street scene with women and children, circa 1900-1910 pastels 24cm x 28cm.

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Provenance: John Manning, London, 1961; Private Collection, UK. £100-200 540. Gabriel Alix (Haitian, 1930-1998) Flower and Tree signed (lower right) oils on board 60.5cm x 50.7cm. £100-200 541. Patrick Cullen (British, 20th Century) Valensole signed (lower right) pastels 79.5cm x 97.5cm.

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Provenance: Thackeray Gallery, London, 1994. £200-400 542. David Hazelwood (British, 1932-1994) L’Ephemere, 1970 signed and dated (lower left) collage 36.5cm x 30.5cm. Provenance: The Medici Gallery, London, 1971. £100-200

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543. David Hazelwood (British, 1932-1994) Out of the Depths 11, 1970 signed and dated (lower left) collage 19.5cm x 21.4cm. Provenance: The Medici Gallery, London, 1971. £80-120 544. John Keays (British, 20th Century) The Welcome signed (lower left) gouache 35.8cm x 25.3cm. £150-250

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545. Bryan Kneale (British, b.1930) Armour, Sculptured Head, 1960 signed and dated (lower left) ink and watercolour 33cm x 24cm. Provenance: The Redfern Gallery, London, 1960; Private Collection. £300-500 546. Judith Rothchild (British, b.1950) Na-Bolem III, 1991 signed and dated (lower right) pastels 43.5cm x 35.2cm. Provenance: Francis Kyle Gallery, London. £50-100 547. Judith Rothchild (British, b.1950) The Bay of Byron III, 1989 signed and dated (lower right) pastels 38cm x 29.7cm. Provenance: Francis Kyle Gallery, London. £50-100 548. Gerald Mynott (British, b.1957) English Garden, Tangier oils on board 50cm x 60cm. Provenance: Francis Kyle Gallery, London. £100-300

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549. Jim Rattenbury (British, b.1947) ‘Slide’ wall sculpture, 1995 signed and dated copper and painted wood 49.5cm across. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames, 2003. £100-300

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550. Kenneth Mellon (British, 1923-2015) Abstract wall plaque, circa 1960 plaster 57cm x 93cm. This was part of a large wall piece designed for an installation in one of the hospitals Mellon designed. £50-100 551. John Shelley (British, b.1938) The Drinking Fountain, 1968 inscribed, dated and titled (to reverse) oils on board 70cm x 90cm. £800-1200 552. Mary Mabbutt (British, b.1951) Bedroom II, Afternoon Sun, 2000 inscribed, dated and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 30.5cm x 30.5cm. Provenance: Messum’s, London. £80-120 553. See page 156 554. See oage 157

555. William Gear (British, 1915-1997) Black/Orange, 1966 signed and dated (lower right) gouache, oils and pastel 63cm x 45cm. £400-600

556. William Gear (British, 1915-1997) Twin Form, Yellow/Blue, 1967 signed and dated in pencil (lower right) mixed media 75cm x 47cm. £400-600

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553 Guy Taplin (British, b.1939) Grebe signed and inscribed ‘Grebe, Guy Taplin’ painted wood 60.5cm across, 28.5cm high. £400-600

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554 Mary Fedden (British, 1915-2012) ‘Easter’, 1971 signed and dated (lower left), titled (on label to reverse) oils on canvas 29cm x 39.4cm. According to the current vendor’s father this was painted on Capri. He bought it at an exhibition opening in Kent in the early 1970s, which Mary Fedden attended. £3000-5000

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557. Norman Wilkinson (British, 1878-1971) Rock of Greenway, Padstow signed (lower left) oils on board 23.5cm x 33.7cm. Provenance: The artist’s studio sale. £200-400 558. Stanley Spencer (British, 1891-1959) Sketch for St. Francis and the Birds pencil on paper 8.8cm x 7.8cm.

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Provenance: Estate of Daphne and George Charlton. Note: Inscribed ‘This is the first sketch by Stanley Spencer for his painting of ‘St. Francis and the birds’. It was prompted - inspired - by seeing his father in his dressing gown feed the geese. Their are other sketches in the same vein on this sheet’ to reverse. £200-500 559. Michael Ayrton (British, 1921-1975) Portrait of W. Graham inscribed ‘Michael Ayrton, impression of W. Graham’ to reverse pencil on paper 19cm x 13cm. Provenance: Family of the sitter who knew the artist. £100-200 560. Padraigh MacMiadhachain (Irish, b.1929) Dancing in the Sun, Lanzarote signed (lower left), titled (to reverse) gouache 22.7cm x 30.8cm. £250-350

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561. Padraigh MacMiadhachain (Irish, b.1929) Slowly in the afternoon heat, Marrakech signed in pencil (lower right), titled (to revesre) gouache 23cm x 30.8cm. £250-350

562. Padraigh MacMiadhachain (Irish, b.1929) Asilah, Morocco signed and titled in pencil (lower right) gouache 23cm x 30.8cm. £250-350


563. Maurice Cockrill (British, 1936-2013) Untitled, 2010 signed and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 98.5cm x 79.3cm. £400-700 564. James Hull (British, 1921-1990) Untitled, 1989 signed and dated (lower right) mixed media 82.7cm x 57.5cm and with work to the reverse. £300-500 563

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565. Roy Turner Durrant (British, 1925-1998) Untitled, 1966 signed and dated watercolour and gouache 32.5cm x 23.5cm. £300-500 566. George Callaghan (British, b.1941) Down by a flowing river signer (lower right) oils on canvas 68cm x 53cm. £200-400 567. George Callaghan (British, b.1941) Moonlight signed (lower right) oils on canvas 47.7cm x 59cm. £200-400 568. Mervyn Charlton (British, b.1945) Fallen Star, 1988 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 76cm x 60.5cm. Exhibited: Sally Hunter Fine Art, London, Mervyn Charlton, 1989, no.22. £100-200

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569. Eileen Cooper (British, b.1953) Remembrance, 1989 signed and titled (to reverse) charcoal on paper 81cm x 65cm. Provenance: Benjamin Rhodes Gallery, London. £100-200 570. See page 161 571. Norman Adams (British, 1927-2005) Landscape with figures, 1952 signed and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 121.3cm x 91cm, unframed. £200-400

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578. John Miller (British, 1931-2002) Chapter Heading, Fennel No.31 illustration for Cooking with Vegetables signed in pencil (lower right) pen and ink 7cm x 12cm. Provenance: The Brotherton Gallery, London. £60-100


570 Bryan Organ (British, b.1935) The Open Window, 1975 signed and dated (lower right) oils on canvas 99cm x 99cm. ÂŁ1000-2000

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572 Emmanuel Mané-Katz (Ukrainian, 1894-1962) Still life of flowers signed (lower left) oils on canvas 53.7cm x 44cm. £1000-2000

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573 Keith Vaughan (British, 1912-1977) Figure study initialled (lower right) pencil on paper 23.5cm x 12.2cm. ÂŁ500-800

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574 Fred Yates (British, 1922-2008) The Village signed (lower left) oils on canvas 71.5cm x 98cm. ÂŁ2000-3000

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579. Hilary D. Cobbett (British, 1885-1947) Tunny Boats, Douarnenez, Brittany, circa 1938 signed (lower right) oils on canvas 44.5cm x 54.5cm. Provenance: Louise Kosman Modern British Art. £300-500 579A. See page 166 579

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580. Richard Price (British, b.1962) Morning, San Marco, Venice signed (lower left) oils on board 39cm x 29.4cm. £200-400 581. Richard Price (British, b.1962) The artist’s muse signed (lower left) oils on canvas 60cm x 49.7cm. £500-800 582. See page 167 583. John Ward (British, 1917-2007) In the garden signed (lower left) oils on canvas 49.5cm x 59.5cm. £500-800 584. Anthony Eyton (British, b.1923) Figures on the beach signed (lower right) pastels 37.5cm x 48.7cm. £300-500 585. Alfred Daniels (British, 1924-2015) Sheep herding in Skye, 2007 signed and dated (lower left), titled (to reverse) oils on board 36.4cm x 45.5cm. £300-500

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579A Henry Jones Thaddeus (Irish, 1859-1929) The Sheep Pen, Brittany, 1894 signed and dated (lower left) oils on board 61.5cm x 74cm. ÂŁ2000-3000

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582 Susan Ryder (British, b.1944) Interior with clivia flowers signed (lower right) oils on canvas 36.2cm x 54.3cm. £400-700

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586. Ann Shrager (British, b.1948) The Snake Charmer, Marrakech initialled (lower right), titled (to reverse) oils on board 29cm x 39cm. £300-500 587. Lady Elizabeth Chalmers (British, fl.1894-1939) Still life of roses signed (lower right) oils on canvas 34cm x 26cm. £200-400

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588. Clifford Hall (British, 1904-1973) Reclining nude, 1945 signed in pen (lower right) and dated in pencil (lower left) ink and crayon 25.7cm x 36cm. £100-200 589. Cyril Arthur Farey (British, 1888-1954) to the design of Thomas Smith Tait, Esq., R.I.B.A. Royal Insurance Company Limited, Plymouth, 1949 signed and dated ‘Cyril A. Farey & Adams. Del. 1949’ (lower left) and with Thomas Smith label (to reverse) pencil and watercolour heightened with white 46cm x 61cm.

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Exhibited: Royal Academy, London, 1950. Provenance: The Royal & Sun Alliance Collection; Christie’s, London, 19 May 2005, lot 65; Private Collection, UK. £100-300

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590 Gillian Wise (British, b.1936) Construction, 1963-1964 monogrammed and inscribed (to reverse) perspex and aluminium 57cm x 57cm. Provenance: Shown and purchased at ICA, London auction, circa 1967-8. ÂŁ2000-3000

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591. Scottie Wilson (British, 1888-1972) Swans, Fish and Butterflies signed ink and watercolour 37cm x 24.5cm. £300-500 592. Conroy Maddox (British, 1912-2005) The Meddlers, 1960 signed and dated (lower right) gouache 29.5cm x 20.6cm. Literature: Silvano Levy, The Scandalous Eye: The Surrealism of Conroy Maddox, Liverpool University Press, 2003, p.267, illustrated. £400-600

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593. See page 171 594. See page 172 595. Alan Sorrell (British, 1904-1974) ‘Common Blood’ by C. E. Hanscomb book cover, 1967 signed and dated in pen (lower right) pencil, watercolour and gouache 27.3cm x 38cm. £100-200 596. Alan Sorrell (British, 1904-1974) Londinium, 1st Century AD, 1954 signed and dated (lower right) pen, ink and wash 34.3cm x 55.7cm. Literature: Commissioned by the London Illustrated News, 1954. Provenance: Abbott and Holder, London. £300-500 597. Maxwell Ashby Armfield (British, 1882-1972) Sketch for Blue Sailors, circa 1952 monogrammed (lower right) pencil and watercolour 32cm x 26cm, unframed. £100-200

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598. John Doubleday (British, b.1947) Helmet Head, 1971 1/1, incised signature, date and numbered ‘DB18’ bronze 23cm high overall (including base). Provenance: Sotheby’s, Worcester Cathedral Appeal, 6 November 1990. £200-400


593 John Anthony Park (British, 1880-1962) The Giudecca, Venice signed (lower left) oils on canvas 62.5cm x 75cm. Exhibited: Royal Academy, London, 1935, no.247. ÂŁ2500-3500

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594 Gerald Edward Moira (British, 1867-1959) Fisher Folk, Antibes signed (lower right) oils 53.5cm x 64cm. Exhibited: Royal Academy, London, 1940, no.914. ÂŁ1000-2000

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599 Peter Joyce (British, b.1964) The Walk to the Foreland, 1995 monogrammed and dated (lower right), inscribed and titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 88.7cm x 63.7cm. Provenance: Anthony Hepworth Fine Art, Bath. ÂŁ600-800

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600. Jesse Allen (British, b.1936) Adam & Eve in the Garden of Eden, 1958 signed and dated (lower right), inscribed (to reverse) gouache 35cm x 25cm. £200-300 601. Harry Fidler (British, 1856-1935) ‘The Black Piglet’ signed (lower left) oils on canvas 24cm x 29cm. £600-800 602. Frank Beanland (British, b.1936) Black and Green initialled in pencil (lower right) acrylic on paper 46.8cm x 73cm. £200-300

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603. Ruth Burden (British, 1925-2011) Colyton Evening, 1980 signed and dated (lower left) oils on canvas 39.5cm x 50cm. £100-300 604. Henry John Yeend King (British, 1855-1924) Edinburgh signed (lower left) watercolour 5.7cm x 14.6cm. £60-100 605. Douglas Portway (South African, 1923-1993) Abstract composition with red sun form and fish, 1973 oils on paper 53.5cm x 36cm.

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Provenance: Marjorie Parr Gallery. £300-500 606. Olwen Jones (British, b.1945) Cat Watch signed (lower right) watercolour 37.7cm x 44cm. £200-300

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607. John Emanuel (British, b.1930) Reclining Nude signed (lower right) oils on paper 66cm x 101cm. £300-500

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608. Clifford Fishwick (British, 1923-1997) Woman and Cat, 1951 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 49.5cm x 37cm. £400-600 609. John Humphrey Spender (British, 1910-2005) Upper Reaches, 1978 signed and dated (lower right) oils on board 43.5cm x 59cm. £500-800

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610. Terry Whybrow (British, b.1932) ‘Painting 31st July’ signed and dated (to reverse) oils on board 40.5cm x 25.5cm. £150-250 611. Douglas Swan (British, 1935-2000) Scottish Harbour, circa 1958 gouache and indian ink 36.5cm x 55cm. Provenance: From a Scottish collection and acquired directly from the artist. £300-500

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612. Douglas Swan (British, 1935-2000) Air, 1985 signed and dated (lower left) watercolour and pen on paper 25.5cm x 33.5cm. £200-300

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613. Douglas Swan (British, 1935-2000) Pots and Brushes, 1992 signed and dated (lower left) watercolour, ink, acrylic and collage 24.5cm x 32cm. £200-300

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614. Roy Turner Durrant (British, 1925-1998) Homes: Shepperton, titled and inscribed ‘d56’ and ‘4CR96’ watercolour, gouache and black ink 12.5cm x 20cm. £200-300 615. Josef Herman (Polish, 1911-2000) (attributed to) Family group pen, ink and wash 20cm x 25cm.

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Provenance: Believed to have been acquired from Roland, Browse and Delbanco, London. £200-300 616. Derek Mynott (Britsh, 1926-1994) The Flooded Allotment initialled (lower right) oils on board 23cm x 43.5cm.

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Provenance: The New Academy Gallery, London. £200-300 617. Derek Mynott (Britsh, 1926-1994) Beach at Bembridge initialled (lower right) oils on board 17cm x 21.8cm.

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618. George Dannatt (British, 1915-2009) Blue Ikon, 1981 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on paper 13.2cm x 10cm. £200-300 619. David Martin (British, b.1922) St. Michael’s Mount, circa 1964 signed (lower right) watercolour, ink and gouache 13.8cm x 18.7cm. Provenance: John Martin Gallery, London. £200-300

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620. John Erskine Milne (British, 1931-1978) Composition, circa 1970s ink on paper 17cm x 13cm. Provenance: Belgrave Gallery, London. £100-200 621. Fred Uhlman (British, 1901-1985) Harbour town inscribed ‘The original sketch for your painting! Happy Xmas, Fred & Diana Uhlman’ in red ink (in the margin) ink and wash on paper 12cm x 17.2cm. £100-200

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622. Edward Ardizzone (British, 1900-1979) Corsetted Woman and Four Nudes initialled (lower right) ink 9.5cm x 19.5cm. Provenance: Sally Hunter Fine Art Limited, London, 1986. £200-300

623. Ken Howard (British, b.1932) Tall Ship, Penzance signed in pencil (lower right) gouache 26cm x 17.3cm. £500-800

624. Paul Mount (British, 1922-2009) Atrani, Amalfi Coast, circa 1980 signed and titled (to reverse) oils on panel 15cm x 20cm. £100-200

625. Geoffrey Hewitt (British, b.1930) Trees in landscape, circa 1960s inscribed (to reverse) oils on board 21cm x 34.3cm. £150-250

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626 Ceri Richards (British, 1903-1971) Design for a Backdrop, circa 1953 gouache 17cm x 30.5cm. Provenance: Gillian Jason Gallery, London; Phipps and Company Limited, London. ÂŁ800-1200

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627 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) ‘Mae West’ corset Christmas card, 1972 inscribed ‘To John & Anne, Good luck for 73, A Happy Xmas from Kath & Terry’ (to inside) pen and leather on card 14.7cm x 7.6cm. £100-300 628 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Black and leather wrap Christmas card, circa 1974 inscribed ‘Happy Xmas, John & Anne from Kath & Terry’ (to reverse) leather, pencil and card 8.5cm x 3cm.

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Provenance: John and Anne refers to John Makepeace and Ann Sutton. £100-300 629 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Black and white flower Christmas card, 1984 inscribed ‘Darling Ann, Lots of Love & Good Wishes for Xmas & The New Year. May 1985 be a great year for health and prosperity, Kath & Terry’ (to the inside) card and gouache 10cm x 10cm. £200-400 630 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) ‘Black Olives’ Christmas card, 1986 inscribed ‘Black Olives to you and a very Happy Xmas & exciting 87, love from Kath & Terry’ mixed media 5.7cm x 12.5cm. £100-200 631 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) ‘Watermelon’ rocker Christmas card, 1987 inscribed ‘To Ann, Lots of love and good wishes for 1988 & A very Happy Xmas from Kath & Terry’ mixed media on card 6cm x 14cm. £150-250

631 632 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Red and black double rocker Christmas card, 1988 inscribed ‘To dear Ann, Lots of Love & Good wishes for Xmas and 1989 from Kathleen & Terry’ gouache on card joined by elastic 20.5cm across. £100-300 633 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Sunflower Christmas card, 1989 (Kemp 97) inscribed ‘Happy Xmas from Kath & Terry/To darling Anne. I do hope your still having a superb time with Japan. Lots of Good luck and great work for 1990, Terry’ (to reverse) linocut on wove paper 30cm x 12cm. £100-300

634 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Christmas card inscribed ‘A Very Happy Xmas & Happy New Year from Kath & Terry’ mixed media 11.5cm x 5.5cm. £80-120 635 Terry Frost (British, 1915-2003) Chelsea Arts Club Christmas Card inscribed ‘Darling Ann, Lots of ‘Love’, Good Health & Good Business for 1996 & A Very Happy Xmas, Love Kath & Terry’ lithograph 14cm x 19cm together with a prospectus for Lorca poems edition with impression of ‘The Moon Rising’ and a postcard from Terry Frost to Ann Sutton referencing the Lorca series (3). £100-200

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Minnie Pwerle (1915-2006) Minnie Pwerle was regarded as one of Australia’s leading women artists, and ranked alongside other notable indigenous figures such as Gloria and Kathleen Petyarre who dominated Australian desert painting at the beginning of the 21st century. Her work now resides in many major public collections such as the Art Gallery of New South Wales, the National Gallery of Victoria and the Art Gallery of South Australia and was included in an exhibition of Indigenous Australian painting at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York in 2009. Her paintings feature the stories for which she had responsibility within her clan, such as Awelye Atnwengerrp dreaming (Women’s Dreaming) and depicts the body painting designed for use in women’s ceremonies. 636

636 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye - Atnwengerrp oils on canvas 60cm x 60cm. Provenance: Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery, Sydney. Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £400-700 637 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp, 2005 acrylic on canvas 41cm x 42cm. Provenance: Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery, Sydney. Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £300-600

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638 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp, 2005 acrylic on canvas catalogue no. AD0178-0305MP 62cm x 47.5cm.

640 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp, December 2004 acrylic on canvas catalogue no. MB24965 30cm x 30cm.

Provenance: Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery, Sydney. Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £400-700

Provenance: Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery, Sydney. Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £200-400

639 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp, August 2005 acrylic on canvas catalogue no. MB28122 30.5cm x 30.5cm.

641 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp acrylic on canvas catalogue no. MB25678 30cm x 30cm.

Provenance: Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery, Sydney. Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £200-400

Provenance: Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery, Sydney. Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £200-400


642 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp, 2005 acrylic on canvas catalogue no. MB28486 30cm x 30cm. Provenance: Aboriginal Dreamtime Fine Art Gallery, Sydney. Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £200-400

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643 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp - Women’s Bodyline, 2005 acrylic on canvas 90cm x 120cm. Provenance: Readback Art Gallery, Darwin. 642 Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £1000-2000

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644 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Bush Melon, 2003 acrylic on canvas catalogue no. HGMP42-0903 27.5cm x 30cm. Provenance: Horizon Gallery, Silverton; Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £200-400

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645 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp, circa 2001 acrylic on canvas 26cm x 26cm. Provenance: Savah Gallery, Sydney; Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £200-400

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646 Minnie Pwerle (Australian, c.1910-2006) Awelye-Antwngerrp acrylic on canvas 46cm x 122cm. Provenance: Kooroora Art Gallery, Tranmere; Sold with Certificate of Authenticity. £700-1000 645

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647. Kathleen Petyarre (Australian, b.1930) Mountain Devil Lizard Dreaming acrylic on canvas 71cm x 71cm. Provenance: Kooroora Art Gallery, Hahndorf; Sold together with certificate of authenticity. £300-500 648. Queenie Lion Kemarre (Australian, b.1920) Untitled acrylic on canvas 31.5cm x 31.5cm.

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Provenance: Mbantua Gallery, Alice Springs. £80-120 649. Peter Howson (British, b.1958) Study for Crucifixion, 2008 signed and dated (lower right) pencil 25cm x 23cm. £200-300 650. Peter Howson (British, b.1958) ‘Billy’, 2008 signed (lower right) pencil on paper 25cm x 24cm. £200-300 651. Peter Howson (British, b.1958) Man in profile signed (lower left) mixed media 22cm x 15cm. £500-700 652. Peter Howson (British, b.1958) ‘John the Baptist’, 2005 signed and dated (lower left) pen, ink and watercolour 29.5cm x 22cm. £500-700

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653. Manner of Jessica Cooper (British, b.1967) Still life of fish and bottle oils on canvas laid on board 50cm x 50cm. £100-200

654. Tom McGuinness (British, 1926-2006) Bait Time, 1955 signed and dated (lower right) pastels 43cm x 31cm, unframed. £500-700

655. Alfred Aaron Wolmark (British, 1877-1961) Still life with lustre bowl inscribed (to reverse) oils on canvas 34cm x 24cm. Provenance: By descent within the artist’s family; Sotheby’s, London, Modern British and Irish Art, 4 July 2001, lot 226; Private Collection. £800-1200

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656 John Erskine Milne (British, 1931-1978) Turning Form, 1969 1/6, initialled, dated and numbered aluminium ďŹ breglass 58cm high (including original base). Provenance: Marjorie Parr Gallery, London, 1972; Kenneth Mellon Collection. ÂŁ1500-2500

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657 John Erskine Milne (British, 1931-1978) Poseidon, 1970 5/9, initialled and numbered aluminium ďŹ breglass 67.5cm high (including base). Provenance: Marjorie Parr Gallery, London, 1972; Kenneth Mellon Collection. ÂŁ1500-2500

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658 John Erskine Milne (British, 1931-1978) Phobus, 1971 1/6, initialled, numbered and dated bronze ďŹ breglass 59cm high.

Provenance: Marjorie Parr Gallery, London, 1972; Kenneth Mellon Collection. ÂŁ1500-2500

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Property of Kenneth Mellon 659 - 707 659. Dillwyn Smith (British, b.1958) Somewhere Not Here, 1987 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 130cm x 110cm. £100-300 660. Dillwyn Smith (British, b.1958) A Feeling of Venezia, 1987 inscribed (on label to reverse) oils on board 21cm x 21cm. £50-100 661. Dillwyn Smith (British, b.1958) Saurer Regen II (Acid Rain), 1987 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on board 25cm x 20cm. £50-100

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664. Nicholas Jones (British, b.1965) Snow Drift, 1994 inscribed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on board 15.2cm x 20.2cm. £60-100 665. Victoria Crowe (British, b.1945) Foreign Fowl, 1989 signed (lower right), titled and dated (on label to reverse) pen and watercolour 16.7cm x 12cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames; Thackeray Gallery, London. £200-400

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666. Andrew Lanyon (British, b.1947) ‘Harbour’, 1981 inscribed, titled and dated (on label to reverse) pencil and gouache on paper 13.5cm x 15.5cm. £100-200 667. Marj Bond (British, b.1939) Vanessa signed (lower right), titled (to reverse) oils on canvas 40.5cm x 40.5cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. £100-300

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670 Mary Fedden (British, 1915-2012) Masque at Strawberry Hill, 1991 signed and dated (lower right) pencil 58cm x 78cm. Illustrated: Christopher Andreae, Mary Fedden: Enigmas and Variations, Lund Humphries, 2007, p.82, ill.85.

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673. Emma Turpin (British, b.1964) The Lane signed (lower right) oils on board 24.5cm x 25.3cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. £80-120 674. Emma Turpin (British, b.1964) Winter Light signed (lower right) oils on board 18cm x 18.4cm.

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682. Stephen Bartlett (British, b.1942) Blue Interior I Mixed media on canvas 42.5cm x 35.5cm.

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675 Bryan Pearce (British, 1929-2006) Margery’s Jug, 1970 signed (lower left), titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 76cm x 61cm. £3000-4000

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676 Bryan Pearce (British, 1929-2006) Brown Jug, 1970 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on canvas 60.5cm x 50.5cm. ÂŁ3000-4000

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677 Bryan Pearce (British, 1929-2006) Piazza Courtyard, 1973 signed (lower left), titled and dated (to reverse) oils on board 56cm x 71cm. This is a view from his at over the narrow front garden, the high wall and the building across the road. 1973. £3000-5000

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678 Bryan Pearce (British, 1929-2006) Porthgwidden, 1970 signed, titled and dated (to reverse) oils on board 56cm x 76cm. ÂŁ3000-5000

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683. Stephen Bartlett (British, b.1942) Night Bird signed (lower right) mixed media on linen 35cm x 27cm. £80-120 684. Stephen Bartlett (British, b.1942) Foster House I signed in pencil mixed media on canvas 26.2cm x 21.5cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. £60-120

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688. Stephen Bartlett (British, b.1942) Exotic Flower, 2006 signed in pencil, titled and dated (to reverse) mixed media on canvas 19cm x 14.7cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. £50-100 689. Stephen Bartlett (British, b.1942) Downland Study II, 2007 mixed media on canvas 20cm x 15cm.

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693. Fiona Millais (British, b.1960) Quarry Cove, Trebarwith, 2002 Signed (lower left), titled and dated (to reverse) Acrylic on board 41cm x 47cm. Provenance: Bohun Gallery, Henley-on-Thames. £80-120 694. Fiona Millais (British, b.1960) Chill Morning Walk II, 2002 signed (lower right), titled and dated (to reverse) acrylic on board 17.7cm x 17.9cm.

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699. Pauline Clough (British, Contemporary) The Merchant of Venice signed (lower right) mixed media on board 34cm x 32.5cm. Exhibited: Pastel Society at The Mall Galleries, London. £80-120 700. Kathleen Guthrie (British, 1905-1981) Knitting signed (lower right) oils on canvas 39.5cm x 49.5cm. £200-400 701. Peter Griffen (British, b.1947) Two studies for paintings charcoal on paper each 37.5cm x 49cm (2). £80-120

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The Picture Sale

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An Auction of Contemporary and Interior Art and Design to include the estate of Kenneth Mellon.

Design & Modern Art - 19th May 2016 (Mallams Oxford)  

An Auction of Contemporary and Interior Art and Design to include the estate of Kenneth Mellon.

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