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The Picture Sale Thursday 14th July 2016 OXFORD

Entries Invited


THE COUNTRY HOUSE SALE To include Jewellery, Silver and Works of Art Wednesday 24th August Oxford Closing date: Friday 29th July

llustrated: A Victorian scarab and diamond set brooch/pendant sold for £1,400

Enquiries: 01865 241358 Bocardo House, 24a St Michael’s Street, OX1 2EB

The Picture Sale Thursday 14th July 2016 at 11am Lots 1-521 Viewing: Saturday 9th July 9.00am to 1.00pm Monday 11th July 9.00am to 5.00pm Tuesday 12th July 9.00am to 5.00pm Wednesday 13th July 9.00am to 5.00pm and the morning of the sale from 8.30am Auction: Bocardo House, 24a St. Michael’s Street, Oxford OX1 2EB Tel: 01865 241358 Fax: 01865 725483 Auction Enquiries: Tel: 01865 241358 or view the catalogue and leave bids online at Condition Reports: Commission/Phone Bids: Online catalogue: Online Bidding: To bid online please go to Front Cover: Lot 122 Back Cover: Lot 282

Important Notice: Please note that condition reports are not printed in the catalogue or on our website however we are happy to provide them when requested subject to our terms and conditions of sale. The absence of any reference to condition in any description does not imply the lot is without fault.


Order of Sale: Prints & Maps

Lot 1 – 80

Animals in Art and Sculpture

Lot 81 – 160


Lot 161 – 176

Easel and Frames

Lot 177 – 183

A Collection of Prints After Sir William Russell Flint

Lot 188 – 194

From the Estate of Clara Alberta Allen (Housekeeper to Samuel Gillespie Prout)

Lot 195 – 240

Oils and Watercolours

Lot 241 – 521

Conditions of Sale:The auction is subject to Important Notices, Conditions of Sale and to reserves. (See page 78) See Map at End of Catalogue for Directions to St Michael’s Street, Oxford.

IMPORTANT NOTICES: CHANGES TO THE DROITE DE SUITE OR ARTIST’S RESALE RIGHTS ***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 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.

EXPLANATION OF PICTURE CATALOGUING TERMS 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. 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.


Prints & Maps Lots 1 – 80


1. GERALD SPENCER PRYSE (1882-1956) A French Heavy Gun in Action’, signed in pencil, lithograph, 64.5 x 46.5cm £150-200a

2. GERALD SPENCER PRYSE (1882-1956) Belgian refugees and artillery, signed in pencil, lithograph, 48.5 x 66cm £150-200

3. GERALD SPENCER PRYSE (1882-1956) Nurse attending a wounded soldier, signed in pencil, lithograph, 66 x 53cm; and another lithograph by a different hand, unsigned (2) £150-250

4. FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956) ‘Arras’, signed in pencil, lithograph, 52.5 x 67.5cm £150-200

5. FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956) Church of St Martins Ypres, signed in pencil, lithograph, 50.5 x 72cm £150-200

6. FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956) ‘Dixmude’, signed in pencil, lithograph, 52.5 x 71cm £150-200

7. FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956) Canadians entering Cambrai, signed in pencil, lithograph, 50 x 71.5cm £150-200


8. FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956) Cambrai, signed in pencil, lithograph, 52 x 76cm £150-200

9. AFTER DAVID TENIERS ‘Quack Doctor’, engraving, 42 x 42cm £40-60

10. J C STADLER AFTER WILLIAM BETHELL A view of the town and Port Of Dover, aquatint engraving, hand-coloured, 44 x 54cm £60-80

11. AFTER DAVID ROBERTS Approach to the fortress of Ibrim, Nubia and The Hypethral Temple at Philae Called the Bed Of Pharoah, two colour prints, 33 x 48cm and 34 x 49cm; two sepia engravings from Turner’s ‘Liber Studiorum’; a woodblock print by C.C. Mackie; and one further print after Harold Stone (6) £40-60

12. ALPHONSE LEGROS (1837-1911) Side profile portrait of a gentleman wearing a hat, etching, 21.5 x 18cm £40-60

13. RICHARD SHIRLEY-SMITH (b. 1935) A naked female figure with onlooker, wood engraving, pencil signed, dated 1976 and numbered 8/50, 5 x 7cm; and one further by the same hand - Shelley (2) £40-60

14.THOMAS WORLIDGE The Installation of Lord Westmorland as Chancellor, Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford, engraving, 46 x 61.5cm £150-250

15. JAMES BASIRE AFTER E. DAYES A view of the Theatre, Printing House Etc, engraving, 36 x 49cm; and five further Oxford related engravings (6) £50-80

16. A CAILLOT Female reclining nude, signed in pencil and numbered 316/350, lithograph, 53 x 63.5cm £50-80

17. EILEEN COOPER (b. 1953) ‘Full House’, screen print, signed in pencil, dated 2007 and numbered 51/70, 67.5 x 85cm £150-200


18. EILEEN COOPER (b. 1953) ‘Come About’, screenprint, signed in pencil, dated 2007, titled and numbered 29/50, 33 x 42cm £80-120

19. DAVID LOGGAN Jesus College, double page engraving, 29 x 40cm £100-150

20. AFTER DE WILDE ‘Military Officer, engraving; two coloured prints after Angelica Kauffman depicting classical scenes; and a print after Sir Joshua Reynolds ‘A Bachante’ (4) £30-50

21. MONICA POOLE (1921-2003) ‘Root’, signed in pencil, titled and numbered 89/100, wood engraving, 20 x 34.5cm; and another by the same hand, ‘Magnolia’, numbered 44/60 (2) £80-120

22. GRAHAM CLARKE (b. 1941) ‘Skip’, etching, hand-coloured, signed, titled and numbered 67/300, 13 x 10.5cm £40-60

23. ROSALIND FORSTER (b. 1948) ‘Native Orchids’, signed, inscribed and dated ‘86 in pencil, artist’s proof linocut, 43 x 52cm £50-80

24.VALERIE THORNTON (1931-1991) ‘Nedging’, signed, inscribed and dated ‘81 in pencil, numbered 21/75, etching, 38 x 58.5cm (pl) £80-120

25. EMERY WALKER AFTER EDMUND HORT NEW ‘Oriel College, Oxford’, hand-coloured photo engraving, 45 x 36cm; and G Hollis - ‘Oriel College Oxford’, engraving, 25 x 32cm (2) £40-60

26. AFTER KEN HOWARD Deborah and Winter Sunlight, print in colours, pencil signed in the margin and numbered 154/175, 62 x 43cm £150-200


27. AFTER KEN HOWARD Deborah at the Studio Window, print in colours, pencil signed and numbered 63/175, 62 x 51cm £150-200

28. HENRY RUSHBURY (1889-1968) The harbour, Lowestoft, etching, pencil signed in the margin, 20 x 30cm £50-70

29. HENRY RUSHBURY (1889-1968) St Gervais, Paris, etching, pencil signed in the margin, 23 x 31cm £50-70

30. AFTER SIR LESLIE WARD (SPY) ‘The Primate’, chromo-lithograph for Vanity Fair, 31 x 18.5cm; and three further to include: ‘A retired leader’; ‘Truro’; and a tennis player (4) £40-60

31. * LLOYD A harbour view with arched bridge, woodcut, pencil signed in the margin and numbered 36/150, 13.5 x 17cm; and assorted further prints to include: ‘Jarrow Monastery’; Dan Strange - ‘Mining’; Map of Oxfordshire; photographs of a Bishop; and three unframed examples (8) £50-100

32. ERIC GILL (1882-1940) ‘Jesus drives out the vendors from the Temple’ and ‘The Resurrection’, a pair, woodcuts from an edition numbered to label verso 272/480, 15 x 10cm (2) £80-120

33. A FOLIO OF WORKS TO INCLUDE: an early 19th Century pen and ink view of Hirschorn with it’s old fortress in the Neckar valley, Heidelberg, 20 x 34cm; Gerard de Lairesse - ‘Nox et Amor Vinumq nibil moderabile Suadent...’ (Bachanal with a naked woman in a drunken sleep) etching, 35 x 58cm (tear to corner); and further prints and engravings to include works by or after Honoré Daumier, Thomas Rowlandson (Dr Syntax), Rembrandt etc., (all unframed) £80-120

34. J HARRISON (pubs) ‘At the high court of Justice for the trying and judging of Charles Steuart (sic) King of England January XXXth Anno Dm 1648’, engraving c.1786, 42 x 50cm £20-30

35. MARIE LAURENCIN (1883-1956) Head and shoulders portrait of a young girl with shawl, lithograph, signed in pencil to margin, 19.5 x 16cm £100-120


36. GEORGE KEATING AFTER PASQUILINI ‘A Girl’s School’, stipple engraving, handcoloured, 31 x 40cm; eight further various prints or lithographs; a watercolour portrait of a bearded gentleman signed G. Aikman; and an ornithological pencil study (11) £50-100

37. AFTER MARTIN ENGELBRECHT European views and fortifications, a set of four, hand-coloured, 22 x 39.5cm, maple frames (4) £50-100

39. WENCESLAUS HOLLAR AFTER LUCAS CRANACH Boar, etching, 9.5 x 13cm £80-120

40. GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI ‘Veduta del Tempio di Cibele a Piazza della Bocca della Verita’, double-page engraving, 40 x 57.5cm; and one further from a later edition ‘A veduta del Sepolcro di Pisone Liciniano Su l’Antica via Appia...’, blind stamp to bottom right corner, 41 x 61cm, (both unframed) (2) £150-250

42. WILLIAM HOGARTH ‘Industry and Idleness’, engravings, plates 1-12, 16.5 x 35cm (X10), 27 x 40.5cm (X2); and two further Hogarth prints, all mounted but unframed (12) £100-200

43. WILLIAM NICHOLSON Queen Victoria, Sir Henry Hawkins and Lord Kitchener, lithographs, 25 x 23cm; and five further similar but unframed (8) £80-120


38. AFTER ALBRECHT DURER ‘Nemesis’, heliogravure by Armand Durand, 33 x 24cm £30-50

41. WILLIAM STRANG (1859-1921) ‘Socialists, etching, pencil signed in the margin, 25 x 30cm; and two further by the same hand - ‘That Night the Ploughman’ and ‘Title Page to Death and the Ploughman’s Wife’, all mounted but unframed (3) £80-120

44. A FOLIO OF PRINTS AND ENGRAVINGS TO INCLUDE: Richard Esteve la Grabe ‘Vista de Malta’, 19 x 31cm; and further to include works by or after: Gwen Raverat; J.R. Smith ‘Mrs Mills’, Sydney Lee etc., all unframed (qty) £50-150

45. A GROUP OF THREE GERMAN 18TH CENTURY ORNITHOLOGICAL ENGRAVINGS, each hand-coloured, 30 x 18.5cm, all unframed (3) £40-60

46. DAVID LOGGAN Eton College, double page engraving, 38 x 50cm (unframed) £80-120

47. DAVID LOGGAN The Sheldonian, Oxford, double page engraving, 36 x 44cm (unframed) £80-120

48. DAVID LOGGAN ‘Collegium Christi’, double page engraving, 38.5 x 46.5cm (unframed) £80-120

49. DAVID LOGGAN Collegium Saneti Johannis Evangelistae double page engraving, 52.5 x 43cm (unframed) £80-120

50. A FOLIO OF ASSORTED PRINTS AND ENGRAVINGS TO INCLUDE: Colleges, heraldry; natives; College founders; academics; and scenes of every day life published by William Miller; George Bickham: ‘The Universal Penman’; three engravings, 37.5 x 20cm etc, all unframed £80-120

51. R DIGHTON ‘John Doe and Richd Roe’ ‘Brothers-in-law’, etching, hand-coloured, 20.5 x 16.5cm; and three further satrical engravings, all mounted but unframed (4) £30-50

52. 20TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL Portrait of a young boy, lithograph, indistinctly signed in pencil and dated 1959, 51 x 39cm; another by the same hand, dated 1954; and three further prints, (four unframed) (5) £40-60

53. A COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN WOODCUTS in 16th Century style, mainly the life of Christ and with Latin text verso, sizes from 8 x 7.5cm to 14.5 x 11cm; a woodcut in the manner of Lucas Cranach with printed collector’s stamp - ‘A Hanslab’, 21.5 x 34cm; and one further, all unframed £80-120


54. JOHN ROCQUE Aerial view of South east London, double page engraving, hand coloured, squared with grid references, 50 x 63cm £80-120

55. JACOB DE GHEYN Pike exercises, a group of three engravings from the ‘Exercise of Arms Plate’ Nos. 16, 19 and 29, 26 x 18.5cm (3) £80-120 56.YOSHIJIRO URUSHIBARA (1888-1953) ‘Anemones’, woodcut, signed in pencil to the margin and numbered ‘5’ (from an edition on 150), 30 x 20.5cm £100-150

57. AFTER MARK SPAIN ‘Longing for You’, giclee print on canvas, signed and numbered 42/150, 51 x 64cm with certificate of authenticity verso £80-120

60. ANTHONY GROSS (1905-1984) ‘Woman with wheelbarrow’, etching, pencil signed in the margin, titled and numbered 18/50, 46 x 52cm £150-250


58. AFTER DAVID ROBERTS ‘Grand Portico of the Temple of Philae Nubia’, reproduction print in colours, 35 x 50cm; and one further similar (2) £40-60

59. AFTER PAUL NASH ‘Wood on the Downs’, limited coloured print number 77/850, 43 x 52cm £40-50

61. ANTHONY GROSS (1905-1984) ‘Chasteaux Carrese’, etching, numbered in pencil 20/500, 15 x 22.5cm (pl); together with another print by Sheila Robinson, ‘For Therefore He Sent Unto Us In Babylon’, signed, inscribed and dated 1968 in pencil, 17.5 x 20cm; and an etching of a woman preparing food, indistinctly signed (3) £80-120

62. DAVID GENTLEMAN (b.1930) Wood engraving from the Shepherd’s Calendar, signed in pencil, 9 x 11.5cm; and another ‘Wiltshire Field Barn’, by Howard Phipps, signed, inscribed and dated 1983 in pencil and numbered 20/500 (2) £40-60

63. SHODO KAWARAZAKI (1889-1973) ‘White Cattleya Orchid’, woodcut in colours, 35.5cm x 23.5cm £60-80

64. RICHARD RANFT (1862-1931) ‘L’Ecuyere’, lithograph in colours from L’Estampe Moderne, 1897, 35 x 24cm, with original tissue guard and text £150-250

65. HENRI PATRICE DILLAN (1851-1909) ‘Polichinelle’, lithograph in colours, from L’Estampe Moderne, 1899, 36 x 26.5cm , with original tissue guard and text £70-90

66. PAUL BALLURIAU (1860-1917) ‘Crepescule’, lithograph in colours, from L’Estampe Moderne’, 1897, 34 x 24cm with original tissue guard and text £150-250

67. LUCIEN HENRI GRANDGERARD (1880-1970) Reclining female nude in bed, signed in pencil and numbered 8/100, etching, 25 x 20cm £100-150

68. DAVID LOGGAN Aerial view of Oxford, double page engraving, hand coloured, 41 x 54cm £400-500

69. LOUIS HAGHE AFTER DAVID ROBERTS ‘View from under the Portico of the Temple of Edfou, upper Egypt’, and ‘Ruins of Kom Omso’, two hand coloured lithographs published by F G Moon, 34 x 50cm and 32 x 49cm respectively (2) £200-300

70. AN 18TH CENTURY ENGRAVED VIEW OF THE CITY OF MILAN from Salmon’s work ‘The Present Status of all people and Country of the World’, engraving, 17 x 32.5cm £80-120

71. HENRY BOHN A large quantity of loose etchings after James Gilray on approximately 150 sheets and some further loose, 63 x 48cm (sh) (all unframed) £300-500


72. J S VERTUE & CO Celebrated pictures exhibited at the Manchester Royal Jubilee Exhibition, Fine Arts section, loosely bound with engravings and text £20-30

73. HENRI DE TOULOUSE-LAUTREC Figure on horseback and figure with horse lying in the ring, two lithographs (of the original 17) from ‘Au Cirque’, published by the Libraire de France, early 20th century, from an edition of 200, 32 x 23cm and 23 x 33cm (2) Sold together with printed photocopy of the title page from the book they have come from (numbered 100) £200-300

74. EDOUARD MANET Charles de Baudelaire etching, printed signature in the plate, inscribed ‘Peint et Grave par Manet 1865/imp A. Salmon’, on thin laid paper, 9 x 7.5cm (pl), 32 x 22cm (sh), unframed £200-300

75. GIOVANNI BATTISTA PIRANESI An ornamental fireplace with caryatids, engraving on laid, 44 x 25cm; another similar; and further assorted prints and engravings, mainly German facsimiles after Rembrandt, Durer etc, all unframed £80-120

76. REMBRANDT VAN RIJN Beggar man and beggar woman conversing (New Hollstein 45) 2nd state of three, collector’s initials verso, 8 x 6.5cm, mounted but unframed £600-800

77. CECIL ALDIN ‘A game of chess’, lithograph in colours, pencil signed in margin, c.1901, 38 x 61cm £60-80

78. EUGENE BEJOT (1867-1931) ‘Dunkerque’, etching, signed in pencil to margin, 16 x 18.5cm; and one further Dinard, also signed in pencil, 17 x 25cm (2) £60-80

79. CHRISS ORR (b.1943) ‘Dinosaurs still roam the Earth’ (Oxford University Museum of Natural History), etching, hand-coloured, pencil signed in the margin, titled, numbered 11/50 and dated 1989, 31.5 x 48cm £60-80

80. WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931) Sailing vessels docked at a harbour wall, etching, pencil signed in the margin, 17 x 30cm £80-120


Animals in Art and Sculpture Lots 81 - 160

81. JOHN EMMS (1843-1912) Saddled grey pony and a seated collie by a gate, signed and dated ‘85, oils on canvas, 41.5 x 57cm £4000-6000

82. A BRONZE FIGURE of a standing whippet, 40cm high £100-200

83. DEMETRE H. CHIPARUS (1886-1947) A bronze figure of a recumbent dog, the marble plinth base signed ‘D.H. Chiparus’ and ‘Editions Revoynolis, Paris’, 35cm wide £300-500

84. WALTER HARROWING (act.1875-1904) Portrait of a St Bernard and a Bloodhound, signed and dated 1883, oils on canvas, 57 x 70cm £1500-2000

85. HENRY CROWTHER (19TH/20TH CENTURY) ‘Sue-Sue’, portrait of a dalmation, signed and dated 1931, oils on board, 29 x 24cm £600-800

86. W.J. GILBERT (19TH CENTURY) A black curly coated retriever in a landscape, signed and dated 1858, oils on canvas, 47.5 x 61.5cm £1000-1500

87. LUCY DAWSON (fl. 1936-1958) Two dalmatians by the fire, lithograph, 15 x 17.5cm £30-50

88. MAUD EARL (1864-1943) ‘Serving the Guns’, a curly coated retriever, photogravure 1902, 29 x 36.5cm £80-120


89. KURT MEYER EBERHARDT (1895-1977) A group of eight terrier and toy dog puppies, indistinctly signed in pencil, etching, 25 x 59.5cm £40-60

90. AFTER GEORGE STUBBS ‘Eclipse’, hand-coloured mezzotint, pub by Laurie & Whittle; and six further similar racehorse prints by the same publisher, ‘Skyscraper’, ‘Diamond’, ‘Champion’, ‘Walter’, ‘Hambletonian’ and ‘Skylark’, 30 x 40.5cm (7) £200-300

91. A SET OF FOUR 19TH CENTURY COLOURED PRINTS of racehorses ‘Achievement’, ‘Vulcan’, ‘Lady Evelyn’ and ‘Summerside’, pub. by Rogerson & Tutsford, 14 x 16.5cm (4) £40-60

92. AFTER F. SARTORIUS ‘Gimcrack’, hand-coloured engraving; another similar ‘Bay Malton’, and three further - ‘Skin’, ‘Shakespear’ and ‘Grenadier’, pub. by Robert Sayer, 22 x 33cm and similar (5) £100-200

93. AFTER F. SARTORIUS ‘Antonius’, hand-coloured engraving, and four others similar - ‘Carless’, ‘Bandy’, ‘Victorious’ and ‘Little Driver’, pub. by Robert Sayer, 22 x 33cm and similar (5) £100-200

94. W. SUMMERS AFTER HENRY ALKEN ‘Tattenham Corner’, coloured engraving, pub. by J. McQueen 1871, 52.5 x 78cm; and a similar engraving, ‘The Winning Post’ (2) £100-150

95. A SET OF FOUR RACING SKETCH PRINTS, ‘Newmarket Notes No. 1 & 2’, ‘Gentleman Riders’, and ‘Backers Shoppers’, pub. by Fores, 1887, 29.5 x 39.5cm; eleven further various racing prints, and a Jockey’s silk shirt (16) £100-150

96. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A collie and her pups in a barn interior, oils on canvas, 24 x 34.5cm £300-400


97. CIRCLE OF JOHN FREDERICK HERRING (1795-1865) A loose horse and hounds crossing a stream, oils on canvas, 45.5 x 61cm £500-700

98. GEORGE DERVILLE ROWLANDSON (1861-1928) Tally-Ho, signed, oils on canvas, 59 x 89cm £3000-4000

99. C KNIGHT AFTER JOHN RUSSELL ‘The Pet Rabbit’ and ‘The Pet Pigeons’, a pair, stipple engravings, 27 x 36cm (2) £150-250

101. WALTER REEVES (19TH/20TH CENTURY) The stag hunt, signed, oils on canvas, 64 x 80cm £800-1000


100. CIRCLE OF FREDRICH WILHELM KEYL (1823-1871) Wm Pierce Hayward Senr and his daughter Jane Pierce Hayward, each mounted upon a dark bay horse in a parkland setting, oil on canvas, 46 x 59.5cm £600-800

102. HENRY MORLEY PARK (c.1850-c.1895) Two hounds, two spaniels, a pair, both signed and one dated 1880, watercolour heightened with white, oval, 28.5 x 23cm and 24 x 18cm (2) £200-300

103. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) Portrait of a seated dachshund, indistinctly signed with initials F.C.(?) and dated 1879, watercolour, 46.5 x 33cm £150-200

104. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) Gamekeeper with pony and dog, and the day’s bag, oil on panel, 62.5 x 48cm £700-900

105. WRIGHT BARKER (1864-1941) Two collies in a landscape, signed, oils on canvas, 50.5 x 68cm £700-900

106. HERBERT DICKSEE (1862-1942) ‘The Sentinel’, etching, 38 x 64.5cm £100-200

107. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Two dogs in a landscape, oils on canvas, 58 x 71.5cm £200-300

108. FOLLOWER OF ROELANDT SAVERY River landscape with exotic birds and wild fowl, oils on canvas, 85 x 135cm £1500-2000

109. MIKE WOOD A pair of carved and painted ducks in the form of a male and female Northern Pintail, each signed, 47 and 36cm respectively (2) £100-200

110. CIRCLE OF JAMES SEYMOUR (c.1702-1752) Two racehorses with jockeys up, oils on canvas laid onto panel, 22.5 x 28cm £300-500

111. A CAST SPELTER MODEL of a bull on black marble plinth, 30cm wide £40-60


112. EDWARD STAMP (20TH/21ST CENTURY) ‘Lapwings’, signed, inscribed and dated 1982 in pencil, and numbered a/50, woodcut, 11.5 x 8cm; and another by the same hand, ‘Summer Evening’, numbered 8/50, 9 x 12.5cm (2) £60-80

113. GEORGE WILLIAM TUTE (b. 1933) ‘Apotheosis of the Grouse’, signed, inscribed and dated ‘88 in pencil, numbered 22/75, woodcut, 18.5 x 17cm £40-60

114. SARAH VAN NIEKERK (b. 1934) ‘Mr Henson’s Young Tamworths’, signed, inscribed and numbered 42/100 in pencil, woodcut, 18 x 22cm £60-80

115. JOHN SKEAPING (1901-1980) A galloping horse, signed and dated ‘66, pastels, 39 x 54cm £300-500

117. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Gannet and Skua, signed, watercolour with body-colour, 20.5 x 29cm £300-400


116. JOHN CYRIL HARRISON (1898-1985) Male hen harrier foraging by the loch, signed, watercolour, 37.5 x 56cm £1500-2000

118. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Owl amidst grasses, signed, watercolour and body-colour, 16 x 21.5cm £500-700

119. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Merlin in flight over a hillside, signed, watercolour and body-colour, 29 x 44cm £500-700

120. DAVID ORD KERR (b. 1951) Nightjar amidst ferns, signed, gouache, 16 x 25cm £200-300

121. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Greenshank on the water’s edge, signed, watercolour and body-colour, 27 x 20.5cm £500-700

122. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Peregrine falcon, signed, watercolour and body-colour, 45 x 28.5cm £800-1200

123. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Fieldfare on a branch, signed, watercolour with body-colour, 27 x 21cm £400-600

124. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Peregrine Falcon, Hammerfest, signed, oil on canvas laid to board, 28.5 x 42.5cm £800-1200

125. CHARLES FREDERICK TUNNICLIFFE (1901-1979) ‘The Pembroke Lady’, a Peregrine falcon on rocky heath land, signed with monogram, mixed media painted on linen, 52.5 x 62.5cm £1500-2000

126. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Peregrine in flight from a vertical cliff edge, signed, watercolour and body-colour, 30.5 x 22.5cm £500-700

127. GEORGE EDWARD LODGE (1860-1954) Peregrine falcon alighting upon rocks, signed, watercolour with body-colour, 27.5 x 22cm £500-700

128. * STRUTT (19TH CENTURY) A tasty morsel, signed, oils on canvas, 39 x 69.5cm £600-800


129. CIRCLE OF JOHN EMMS (1843-1912) After the hunt, bears signature, oils on canvas, 29 x 50cm £400-600

130. W * WASDELL TRICKETT (19TH/20TH CENTURY) ‘Lady Jean’, signed and dated 1935, oils on canvas, 34 x 44.5cm £60-80

132. K * R * SHACKLETON Study of a horse’s head - ‘Isar’, signed and dated ‘58, pastels, 27 x 29cm; and five further similar, each named and dated between ‘59 and ‘61 (6) £200-300

131. DAVID DALBY (1794-1836) A spaniel in a landscape, signed and dated 1831, oils on canvas, 33 x 41cm £800-1200 135. A BRONZE FIGURE OF A BULLDOG standing upon a naturalistic base and signed ‘MENE’, marble plinth, 26cm wide £100-150

133.THOMAS BOYER (20TH CENTURY) ‘Yellow Warbler’, signed and dated ‘84, watercolour, 19.5 x 16.5cm £100-150


134. CHARLES ED TALBOT KELLY (b. 1896) ‘Duck Study’, signed, watercolour, 20 x 26.5cm £80-120

136.TERENCE LAMBERT (b1951) Black winged stilt (Himantopus Himantopus), signed, watercolour, 39 x 30cm £150-250

137. HENRY WILKINSON (1921-2011) A spaniel flushing out grouse, etching, hand coloured, pencil signed in margin and numbered 69/100, 25 x 36cm £80-100

138. JONATHAN TRUSS (b. 1960) Tiger Head, signed and dated 2001, oils on canvas, 39 x 49cm £300-500

139. A MARBLE SCULPTURE CARVED IN THE FORM OF A HAWK perched upon naturalistic base, early 20th Century, 44cm high £150-250

140. A BRONZE PATINATED SCULPTURE of a bull elephant brandishing its trunk, 33cm £200-300

141. B* F* C* AFTER ARCHIBALD THORBURN A crane perched on a rooftop, inscribed in pencil, 18.5 x 12cm; and two further pictures to include: a family resting on a hillside, in the manner of William Shayer, oils on panel. 23 x 27.5cm; and H Andrew Freeth, ‘Denham Willows’, signed, watercolour, 31.5x 42cm, ex. Colnaghis (3) £50-100

142. A CONTINENTAL PORCELAIN FIGURE OF A WIRE HAIRED POINTER, possibly German, 10cm wide £180-220

143. SCANDINAVIAN SCHOOL A chromo lithograph of a pine martin standing on a branch, indistinctly inscribed and dated 1927, 62 x 87cm £100-150


144. ARCHIBALD THORBURN (1860-1935) Sandpipers in a snow covered landscape, signed, watercolour, 20 x 27cm Aitken Dott label verso £2000-3000

145. CLARE LEIGHTON (1898-1989) ‘Blackbird on Nest’, wood engraving, 19 x 14cm £30-50

146. J* LANGLOIS (19TH CENTURY) Terriers ratting, a pair, signed, oils on board, 13.5cm x 18.5cm (2) £200-300

147. A PAIR OF VICTORIAN WATERCOLOURS AND FEATHER PICTURES, one in the form of a peacock, the other an oriental pheasant, 47.5 x 32cm (2) £200-300

148. NEAVE PARKER (20TH CENTURY) Peregrine falcon perched on a rocky outcrop, signed, pencil and watercolour, 41 x 35.5cm (unframed) £500-700

149. C* FENNER (19TH CENTURY NAIVE SCHOOL) ‘The Badger Hunt’, oils on board, 29 x 38cm £100-150


150. WILLIAM FITZ (act. 1880-1915) ‘A Heated Exchange’, signed, oils on canvas, 35 x 45.5cm (unframed) £100-150

151. AFTER DAVID SHEPHERD ‘Three Happy Jumbos’, print in colours, pencil signed in the margin, published by Solomon and Whitehead, FATG blind stamp, 45 x 83cm £150-250

154. A * G * DEACON (20TH CENTURY) A field with horses, signed and dated 1965, oils on board, 39 x 60cm £150-180

156. IAN ARMOUR-CHELU (1928-2000) A dove perched upon a spray of flowers, signed and dated 1982, watercolour, 24 x 33cm £100-150

152. CIRCLE OF GEORGE ARMFIELD (1808-1893) River landscape with otterhound, oils on canvas, 74 x 62cm £300-400

153. GEORGE PAICE (1854-1925) Portrait of ‘Jimmy’, signed, titled and dated ‘24, oils on canvas board, 20.5 x 28cm £200-300

155. A * G * DEACON (20TH CENTURY) ‘Studies of a Matador’, signed and dated 1961, pen and inks, 20 x 14.5cm (2) £50-80

157. PETER HAYMAN (b.1930) Whooper Swans in flight, signed, watercolour, 25 x 35cm £80-120

158. BELINDA SILLARS (20TH/21ST CENTURY) A bronze sculpture of the racehorse ‘Daphne’s Doll’ with jockey up, signed and numbered 1/12, 48cm £400-600

159. JOANNA DANIELL (20TH CENTURY) ‘Going Down (No. 3)’, signed, conté, 55 x 64cm Exh. The Mall Galleries - Society Equestrian Artists 1985 £100-200

160. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Hunting lithographs, a set of four, handcoloured and titled to mounts, 22 x 38cm (4) £30-50



161. CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, EARLY 19TH CENTURY Portrait of a gentleman wearing dark jacket and white stock, oils on panel, 18cm x 14cm; an early 19th century miniature watercolour portrait of a gentleman, 9cm (tondo); and a miniature portrait of Emma Howard (nee Webb), cased (3) The gentleman sitters believed to be members of the De Mesa family £100-150

162. JOHN STOPFORD OF TAPLOW Portrait miniatures of the family of J.B & S. Wise c. 1803, a group of ten on ivory, each sitter named verso, 6.5 x 5.5cm oval, framed in one £400-600

163. ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) A miniature oval portrait of a gentleman wearing a dark coat with gilt buttons, and a white waist coat, watercolour on ivory, 8 x 6cm £100-150

164. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A miniature oval portrait of a gentleman wearing black coat with white stock, watercolour on ivory, 7 x 5.8cm £80-120

165. ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19TH CENTURY) a miniature oval portrait of a gentleman wearing black coat and white stock, watercolour on ivory, 6 x 4.7cm £100-150

166. ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) A miniature oval portrait of a lady wearing black lace dress and jacket, and with lace trimmed hair, watercolour on ivory, 9 x 7cm; and another of a lady wearing a black dress with white lace cap (2) £100-150

167. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A miniature oval portrait of a gentleman wearing a dark jacket with blue waist coat, watercolour on ivory, 7 x 5.5cm £100-150

168. ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) A miniature oval portrait of a lady wearing a lace trimmed blue bonnet, watercolour on ivory, 6.7 x 5.5cm £100-150


169. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A miniature oval portrait of a gentleman with green jacket, white stock and grey coiffed wig, watercolour on ivory, 5 x 3.5cm; and another of a lady wearing a blue dress with lace edged white shawl and bonnet (2) £80-120

171. AFTER ANTHONY VAN DYCK Charles I on horseback, enamel on copper, 22 x 18cm £600-800

170. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A miniature oval portrait of a gentleman wearing dark brown coat and white stock, watercolour on ivory, 7.2 x 5.8cm; and another oval portrait of a gentleman (2) £80-120

174. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A miniature rectangular portrait of a lady wearing a blue dress with lace collar and bonnet, watercolour on ivory, 8.2 x 6.5cm £100-150

172. FRENCH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A miniature oval portrait of a young officer with coiffed hair and beard, and brocaded tunic, watercolour, 11 x 8.5cm £200-300

173. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A miniature rectangular portrait of a gentleman, wearing dark coat with white stock, watercolour on ivory, 9 x 7cm £100-150

175. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A miniature portrait of a young man wearing dark green coat and white stock, circular, watercolour on ivory, 7.5 x 7.5cm; and an oval miniature portrait of a gentleman, watercolour on ivory (af) (2) £100-150

176. CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY) A miniature portrait of a young lady wearing a gilt trimmed white dress, with pearl choker, watercolour, 8 x 6.5cm; two other miniatures, one depicting a young lady and the other a mother and daughter, and a gilt metal rococo style easel frame (4) £70-90


Easel and Frames

177. A VICTORIAN OAK ADJUSTABLE ARTIST’S EASEL, with winding mechanism, 66cm wide £800-1000

178. AN 18TH CENTURY CARVED FRAME, the corners with leafy foliage, rebate size 62 x 51cm (now painted white) £40-60

179. AN EARLY 20TH CENTURY BEECHWOOD ENCLOSED ARTIST’S CABINET, the double hinged top opening to reveal an arrangement of tin lined compartments, four drawers below with locking mechanism inside, plinth base, casters, 54cm wide £150-180

181. AN ANTIQUE OAK FRAME extensively carved with flowering and leafy foliage, the cresting with armorial and inscribed ‘Dum Spiro Spero’, the apron with further crest and inscribed ‘Pro Rege et Lege’ and with gilt inner slip, rebate size 74 x 53cm, sight size 70 x 49cm ‘Dum Spiro Spero’ (While I breathe I hope) ‘Pro Rege et Lege’ (For King and the law) The Coat of Arms for Leeds City Council £100-200 180. A 19TH CENTURY FRENCH GILT GESSO FRAME, the cavetto border with gadrooned decoration, rebate size 68.5 x 55.5cm; and a further frame, rebate size 62 x 52cm (2) £50-100

182. AN 18TH CENTURY FRENCH GILTWOOD FRAME, the border with gadrooned and foliate carved decoration (currently with mirror plate), rebate size 57 x 49cm £100-200


183. AN ITALIAN MAHOGANY PICTURE FRAME with banded and ebony chequer inlaid border, 45 x 43.5cm overall; a similar smaller frame, 37 x 35cm; and two further frames, one with gilt metal floral inset bosses to the corners, all containing decorative prints (4) £80-120

A Collection of Prints After Sir William Russell Flint

188. A COLLECTION OF TWENTY EIGHT VARIOUS COLOUR PRINTS after Sir William Russell Flint together with loose calendars £50-150

189. AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT ‘A Question of Attribution’, print in colours, pencil signed in the margin and with FATG blind stamp, 100/150, 53 x 43cm £100-150

190. AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT ‘The Tale Bearer’, print in colours, pencil signed in the margin, and with FATG blind stamp, 32 x 53cm £60-80

191. AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT ‘Carmelita’, print in colours, pencil signed in the margin and with FATG blind stamp, 25 x 30cm; and one further ‘Cecilia and her Studies’, numbered 523/850, 26 c 37cm (2) £80-120

192. AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT ‘Reflections in the Mirror’, print in colours, pencil signed in the margin,36 x 49cm; and one further also pencil signed ‘Casual Assembly’ (2) £50-100

193. AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT ‘Carlotta on the Loire’, print in colours, numbered in pencil to the margin 97/850, 49 x 69cm; and another numbered 192/850, 31 x 56cm (2) £100-200

194. AFTER SIR WILLIAM RUSSELL FLINT ‘Variations II’, print in colours, numbered in pencil to the margin 493/850, William Russell Flint Galleries stamp, 49 x 68cm; and one further numbered 149/850, 52 x 69cm (2) £100-200


From the Estate of Clara Alberta Allen (Housekeeper to Samuel Gillespie Prout) Lot 195 – 240

Lots 195 to 240 comprise a collection of works and ephemera originally from the family of the renowned British artist Samuel Prout (1783-1852) and his son Samuel Gillespie Prout (1822-1911). Towards the end of his life, Samuel Gillespie Prout appointed his housekeeper and carer Clara Alberta Allen as one of the executors of his will. He also left much material to her including his picture collection (this is indeed stated in his will, a copy of which is included in lot 240). It is part of this collection which is now offered for sale. Clara died in the late 1940’s when the following lots passed through her family to our current vendor. Samuel Prout himself married Elizabeth Gillespie in 1810 and they had four children – Rebecca Elizabeth (1813), Elizabeth Delsey (1817), Isabella Anne (1820) and Samuel Gillespie (1822).

195. REBECCA GILLESPIE A botanical specimen and a spray of fruiting foliage, a pair, verre eglomisé frames, watercolours, 21 x 18cm oval (2)

196. WILLIAM COLLINGWOOD (1819-1903) A continental lake with boats, watercolour, 7.5 x 9.5cm; another attributed to Collingwood painted with view of a harbour, 24 x 33cm; a pencil drawing of a watermill, 17.5 x 23cm;a watercolour painted with female basket carrier;and loose blank paper/boards etc

One inscribed verso ‘Isabella Anne Prout by my aunt Rebecca Gillespie’

The first part of lot inscribed on label verso by Isabella Prout and dated December 28th 1894 £100-200

Rebecca Gillespie was Samuel Prout’s sister-in-law £80-120

197. SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) ‘Sketches at Home and Abroad, Hints on the Acquirement of freedom of execution and breadth of effect in landscape painting’, pub. M.A. Nattali, London 1844 illustrated with forty eight plates and two vignettes, gilt tooled morocco leather spine with marbled boards, oblong quatro Inscribed to flyleaf verso ‘To Samuel Prout Esq from his obliged friend M.A. Nattali’ Also inscribed by S.G. Prout in pencil £100-150

198. JOHN & ARTHUR ARCH (pubs) ‘Picturesque views on the Southern Coast of England from drawings made principally by J.M.W. Turner and engraved by W.B. Cooke, George Cooke and other eminent engravers’, London 1826, quarto Inscribed to flyleaf ‘S Prout’ and also ‘from his son S.G. Prout to Clara A Allen’ £200-300


199. GEORGE COOKE ‘Views in London and it’s Vicinity complete in forty eight plates, engraved on copper’, published by Longman & Co The flyleaf inscribed ‘Clara A Allen with much love from S.G. Prout June 22 1901 (in remembrance)’ £200-300

200. SAMUEL PROUT ‘Hints on Light and Shadow, Composition etc., as applicable to Landscape Painting’ pub Ackermann & Co., London 1838, cloth bound, oblong quarto; together with two further works - ‘Notes by Mr Ruskin on his collection of drawings by the late J.M.W. Turner, R.A.’ Fine Art Society 1878 and ‘Notes by Mr Ruskin on Samuel Prout and William Hunt, Fine Art Society London 1880, together with eight volumes of ‘The Studio’ Library (11) Hints on light and shadow inscribed to flyleaf ‘To S Gillespie Prout the gift of his father’ The ‘Notes on Samuel Prout’ - inscribed ‘Sam Gillespie Prout’ to inside cover £100-200

201. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL An old water mill, watercolour heightened in white, 32 x 42cm £30-50


202. SAMUEL GILLESPIE PROUT (1822-1911) A continental side canal with cathedral, signed, pen, ink and watercolour, 35 x 25cm £100-200

203. SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) Figures disembarking from a shipwreck off a jetty, inscribed verso ‘Drawing by S Prout. To Clara from S.G. Prout with much love April 1895’, pastels, 27.5 x 33cm £80-120

204. ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) A cathedral archway, oils on board, 29.5 x 38cm £150-250

206. ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD PRITCHETT (1808-1894) Venetian canal with boats and figures, oils on board, 16.5 x 21.5cm

205. ATTRIBUTED TO EDWARD PRITCHETT (1808-1894) Venetian scenes, a pair, oils on panel, 12 x 17.5cm (2) £1000-1500

Roberson & Miller printed label verso, inscribed in old ink ‘By Pritchett’ £500-700

207. ENGLISH SCHOOL EARLY 19TH CENTURY Landscape with two figures looking towards a ruined tower, oils on panel, 17 x 22cm Indistictly inscribed verso “The gift to.....December 20th 1829” £80-120

208. SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) ‘The East Cliff, Hastings’, pencil and watercolour heightened in white, 31 x 22.5cm Inscribed faintly in pencil verso ‘Drawing by S. Prout of East Cliff, Hastings’ and also on an inked label ‘The East Cliff, Hastings belonging to Clara Allen’ and signed ‘S.G. Prout’ Each of the above inscriptions appear to be by the hand of S.G. Prout £150-250

209. SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) ‘Waiting to see her come in’, oils on board with a further sketch painted verso, 23 x 33cm Inscribed in ink to two labels verso ‘Waiting to see her come in, work by S. Prout’ and ‘belonging to Clara A. Allen’ and signed ‘S.G. Prout’ Inscribed to backing boards verso ‘Isabella Anne Prout 1852’ £200-300


211. A GROUP OF THREE LITHOGRAPHS by Samuel Prout, each inscribed in ink verso to Miss Allen by S.G. Prout and dated c. 1890’s; together with eleven further various lithographs and engravings,mainly Samuel or S G Prout, all unframed (14) £50-100 210. AFTER SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS Self portrait with artist shading his eyes, mezzotint, 33 x 29cm; with Samuel Prout ‘Eastry, Kent’, etching, 20 x 30cm; and a print after G.P. Boyce - ‘Tomb of Mastino II at Verona’ (3) The mezzotint inscribed verso ‘Isabella Anne Prout’ £40-60

212. SAMUEL GILLESPIE PROUT (1822-1911) A group of eleven sketches, mainly in pencil, variously titled, dated and signed, to include Hastings, Winchelsea, N. Wales etc., all unframed (11) £200-300

215. SAMUEL GILLESPIE PROUT (1822-1911) A group of approximately twenty sketches, mainly pencil to include Hastings, Winchelsea etc., all unframed £100-200


213. SAMUEL GILLESPIE PROUT (1822-1911) Coastal views, a group of six watercolour and pastel sketches, each annotated and signed with initials on the mounts, 13 x 18.5cm; together with miscellaneous further sketches, mainly pencil £200-300

214. SAMUEL GILLESPIE PROUT (1822-1911) A group of thirteen drawings and sketches, titles including ‘Rusthall Common Near Tunbridge Wells’, ‘Rocks Near Tunbridge Wells’, ‘Hastings’ etc., all unframed (13) £200-300

216. ACKERMANN AND CO. (PUBS) A collection of approximately thirty five monochrome engravings, variously titled, each approximately 12 x 8.5cm (pl) 38 x 28cm (sh), all unframed £50-100

217. A GROUP OF NINETEEN VARIOUS ENGRAVINGS together with calotype drawing after Samuel Gillespie Prout, all unframed (19) £50-100


219. SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) ‘The Top of Brixton Hill’, oils on board, 13.5 x 20cm; together with View from Brixton Place, oils on board, 27.5 x 36cm; each variously annotated to backing board or verso with further details and inscriptions by Samuel Gillespie Prout; and a further study of a waterfall by the same hand, 23.5 x 33.5cm, all unframed (3) £150-250

220. A COLLECTION OF FIFTEEN DRAWINGS AND SKETCHES by Samuel Prout, mainly pencil, variously annotated, titles including: Jedburgh, Norham, Weymouth etc., all unframed £200-300

221. A COLLECTION OF TEN DRAWINGS AND SKETCHES attributed to members of the Prout family and also including three pastels; together with a folder of approximately twelve tracings attributed to Samuel Prout, all unframed £100-200

222. GEORGE CHINNERY (1774-1852) Goat study with pail, wooden fence and palm fronds, pen and inks over traces of pencil, 11.5 x 11.5cm, unframed Inscribed ‘Chinnery of India’ to paper mount £400-600

225. GEORGE CHINNERY (1774-1852) A temple with figure driving an ox, probably Bengal, inscribed top left, pen and ink drawing, 18.5 x 11.5cm 223. GEORGE CHINNERY (1783-1852) Goat and figure study, inscribed ‘25.25’, pen and inks over traces of pencil, 11.5 x 17cm, unframed £800-1000

For a similar composition see Christies Lot 167, October 10th 2013 Please note: the drawing is currently pasted into an album sold in the following lot. Should the two lots be purchased by two different parties it will be removed from the book after the successful buyer of the subsequent lot is ascertained £1200-1500

224. GEORGE CHINNERY (1774-1852) ‘Sketches in Bengal, 1825’, inscribed and dated 1825, pen and inks over traces of pencil, 11.5 x 18cm, unframed £600-800


226. AN ALBUM C. 1840’S CONTAINING WATERCOLOURS, DRAWINGS AND PROSE TO INCLUDE: Samuel Gillespie Prout (1822-1911) - The Grand Canal, Venice, watercolour, 14 x 19cm; S.G. Prout - Illustration of a Tomb; prose and text signed by S.G. Prout and others; two figures by a continental stone building (possibly Samuel Prout Snr); John David Glennie (1796-1874) - Continental ravine with archway, signed with monogram, 16 x 12cm; Still life, signed J.H. Maw etc., all bound in gilt tooled Morocco leather album Please note: the album currently includes a pen and ink drawing by George Chinnery which forms the previous lot. Should lots 225 and 226 be purchased by two different parties the work by Chinnery will be removed from the book after the successful buyers of the two lots are ascertained £400-600

227. SAMUEL GILLESPIE PROUT (1822-1911) A continental town square, watercolour, 13 x 19cm, unframed Faintly inscribed in pencil to mount £100-150

228. ARTHUR GLENNIE (1803-1890) A continental lake view from a stone archway, signed with initials, watercolour, 15 x 11.5cm, unframed £60-80


229. A COLLECTION OF SKETCHES AND DRAWINGS, artists to include: Cooper Henderson; William Collingwood; Pettit etc., all unframed (16) £100-200


231. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL ‘Bradgate Park’, signed ‘H.M.’ and titled, pencil drawing, 23 x 34cm; nine further pencil drawings to include: landscapes, castles and tree studies; a folder of five pencil drawings and watercolours, some attributed to and annotated by Samuel Gillespie Prout; a view of the Olympian Range from the Dallas Road, indistinctly signed; and a view of Chateau Chillon; five various lithographs or engravings, one after Canaletto; and a chromo-lithograph coastal scene, all unframed (19) £100-200

232. A COLLECTION OF TWENTY TWO ALBUMEN PRINTS, subjects to include: Mosque of Mohammed Ali, Cairo; The Obelisk of On (Heliopolis); Palace of Gezirah, Cairo; together with European views to include Devon and Wales and The Bridge of Sighs, Venice, varying sizes, all unframed £50-100

233. SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) A folio sketch album containing seventeen named pencil sketches and assorted further smaller studies, principally West Country but also South Coast and Norfolk, one signed and the remaining works probably by the same hand, sizes from 25.5 x 33cm to 31 x 46cm; also three nursery drawings inscribed by S.G. Prout ‘Nursery Drawings by our Dear Father’, the inside cover inscribed with family lineage details from Samuel Prout to S.G. Prout and thence to Clara Allen £800-1200


234. AN ALBUM CONTAINING WATERCOLOURS, PENCIL DRAWINGS AND PROSE, the flyleaf inscribed in gilt lettering ‘R.F. Prout’, the gift of her Papa MDCCCXXXVI, the book containing works by or attributed to: Colson; William Henry Harriott; A.M. Savery; Sophia Barber; J.S. Prout; E Nibb; J.D. Glennie; William Collingwood; Duchess Countess of Sutherland; Hulmandel; Samuel Prout; S.G. Prout; and others, subject matters including: Dover, Continental views, Mont Cassel, Venice, Padua, Cologne etc, some loose, bound in gilt tooled Morocco leather £1500-2000


All pictures part of Lot 234


235. A 19TH CENTURY SCRAPBOOK, the flyleaf inscribed ‘Isabella’ containing assorted lithographs and engravings to include: portraits, European landscapes, town views ‘Prout’s Microcosm’, Venice etc, some annotated in ink to support pages, gilt tooled Morocco spine with marbled boards £200-300

236. A SKETCHBOOK CONTAINING TWENTY SEVEN WATERCOLOURS AND PENCIL DRAWINGS, probably Samuel Prout, each titled with location and including: Hastings, Winchelsea, Hollington, Crowhurst, Kingston, Covehurst, Bexhill, Ecclesbourne, Sidmouth etc., the flyleaf inscribed by I.A. Prout and S.G. Prout, with marbled boards and cloth spine, the book 19 x 25cm £600-800

237. A SCRAPBOOK, the flyleaf labelled ‘Rebecca’, and containing mainly portrait and European topographical engravings, some loose, with gilt tooled calf spine and marbled boards, the book 24 x 19cm £100-200

238. A SMALL RED PORTFOLIO OF PENCIL SKETCHES TO INCLUDE: landscapes, figure studies and animal studies assumed to be by Samuel Prout and others, some annotated with colour instructions, varying sizes, approximately forty five in total £200-300

239. A FASCINATING AND VARIED COLLECTION OF PROUT FAMILY EPHEMERA TO INCLUDE: assorted humorous ‘vegetable character cards’ neatly inscribed with prose in three envelopes; a booklet titled ‘The Potatoe Family’; scraps and vignettes contained in an envelope; a Christmas greeting in envelope titled ‘To ye Mistresses Prouz’; five articulated cut out figures; a silkwork and beaded lady’s bag inscribed to one side ‘With much love’ and ‘Isabella March 22 1869’ to the other; and printed paperwork relating to the bequest of a Samuel Prout sketch to the Ruskin School of Drawing Oxford £300-500

240. A FURTHER COLLECTION OF VARIED PROUT FAMILY EPHEMERA TO INCLUDE: ambrotypes printed with members of the family, Isabella Prout diaries, journals, scrapbook and written correspondence; miniature coloured glassware items and china tea set etc., together with a folder containing printed material and including the Wills and Codecils of Miss Isabella Anne Prout and Samuel Gillespie Prout £200-300


Oils and Watercolours Lots 241 - 521

241. DAVID PAYNE (c.1843/44-1891) ‘Cornfield’, signed, oils on canvas, 70 x 90cm £500-700

243. JAMES BURRELL (act. 1850-1881) Fishing boats in a swell off the coast, signed, oils on canvas, 24 x 39cm £300-500

246. J * LEWIS River landscape with figures in a rowing boat and swans, a church in the distance, signed, oils on canvas, 39 x 59cm £50-80

249. FOLLOWER OF AELBERT CUYP An extensive landscape with travellers, oils on panel, 10 x 15cm £100-200


242. 18TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL Fisher folk and sailing vessels in a calm, oils on panel, 29 x 39cm £200-300

244. 18TH/19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL Still life - a vase of mixed flowers, oils on canvas, 68 x 55cm (unframed) £100-150

247. LOUIS BOSWORTH HURT (1856-1929) Hills of Sutherlandshire, near Lochinver, signed, inscribed ‘Lochinver’ and dated 1913, oils on panel, 14 x 28cm William Rodman label verso £400-600

250. 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL River landscape with figures and ruined tower, oils on panel, 14 x 19cm £80-120

245. ALFRED BENNETT (act. 1861-1916) River landscape with figures resting and cattle and buildings in the distance, signed and dated 1867, oils on canvas, 39 x 65cm £300-500

248. LOUIS BOSWORTH HURT (1856-1929) A loch with figures in a boat, signed, oils on panel, 14 x 22.5cm William Rodman & Co. label verso £200-300

251. ANDREA BATES (née Bartote) (Hungarian b. 1943) The Informal Garden, signed, pastels, 22 x 31cm; a pair of prints after Andrea Bates; and a Dutch watercolour landscape, indistinctly signed and titled ‘Ventarm Overysel’ (4) £40-60

253. DENIS THORNTON (20TH/21ST CENTURY) A coastal view, probably Ireland, signed, oils on canvas, 37 x 74.5cm; a street scene by the same hand; and a watercolour still life signed ?Woods (3) £80-120

252. ARTHUR NETHERWOOD (1864-1930) River landscape with silver birch trees, indistinctly signed and dated 1883, oils on canvas, 53 x 41cm £60-100

255. G * A * KADIR (20TH/21ST CENTURY) The Rice Pickers, signed and dated ‘67, oils on board, 79 x 160cm £80-120

254. ABRAHAM HULK (JNR) (1851-1922) ‘A country cottage’ and ‘River landscape’, a pair, signed, watercolours, 17 x 24.5cm (2) £40-60

256. DAVID GENTLEMAN (b. 1930) The Sheldonian, Oxford, signed and dated ‘80, pen, ink and watercolour, 18 x 25cm £150-250

257. DAVID GENTLEMAN (b. 1930) Magdalen College, Oxford, signed and dated ‘80, pen, ink and watercolour, 9 x 25.5cm £150-250

258. DAVID GENTLEMAN (b. 1930) ‘Peckwater Quad, Christ Church’, signed and dated ‘80, pen, ink and watercolour, 11 x 26cm £150-250 260. JOHN GEORGE MATHIESON (act. 1918-1940) River landscape with figure, signed, watercolour, 21.5 x 31.5cm £40-60 259. 17TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL Seated peasant with pipe, sepia chalk drawing on watermarked paper, 21.5 x 15.5cm With attribution to Cornelius Bega (1631-1664) verso £200-300

261. J JULIANA Italian lady in traditional dress knitting beside a fire, signed, watercolour, 40 x 28cm £150-200


262. NICOLAS EDWARD GABE (1814-1865) ‘My New Dress’, and companion, a pair, both signed, oils on panel, 31 x 23.5cm (2) £800-1200

263. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A three masted gunship off the coast, oil on canvas, 32 x 42.5cm £250-350

264. HENRY GILLARD GLINDONI (1852-1915) The Love Letter, The Suitor, a pair, both signed, oils on panel, 26.5 x 20cm (2) £800-1200

265. CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY) Shepherds herding sheep below Italianate stone ruins, oil on canvas, 45 x 63.5cm £500-800

266. CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (LATE 17TH/EARLY 18TH CENTURY) The visitation, oils on canvas, 59 x 71.5cm £600-800

268. EDGAR BUNDY (1862-1922) ‘Before his Peers’, signed, oil on canvas, 68 x 107.5cm £500-700


267. CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) Immigrants bound for New York in the hold of a ship, signed with a monogram ‘B’, oil on canvas, 29 x 37cm £300-500

269. CIRCLE OF WILLIAM WATSON (1831-1921) Highland cattle by a stream, bears signature, oils on canvas, 60 x 90cm £300-500

270.TERENCE LOUDON (1900-1949) Still life of summer flowers in a glass vase, signed, oils on canvas, 57 x 74.5cm £400-600

271. KEN HOWARD (b.1932) Lake Pichola, Udaipur - Late afternoon light, signed, oils on board, 19 x 24cm £700-900

272. KEN HOWARD (b.1932) Maharaja’s Palace, Udaipur 2012, signed, oils on board, 19 x 24cm £700-900

273. BERNARD CECIL GOTCH (1876-1964) Broad Street, Oxford, signed and dated 1936, watercolour, 27 x 36.5cm £150-200

274. JAMES WALSHAM BALDOCK (1825-1898) Sheep on a track through heath land and companion, a pair, both signed and dated 1864, watercolour with body-colour, 34.5 x 50cm (2) £150-250

275. BERNARD CECIL GOTCH (1876-1964) Venetian scene, signed, watercolour, 24.5 x 36.5cm £150-200

276. JOHN BRATBY (1928-1992) Sir Charles Villiers, oils on canvas, 51 x 40cm £100-200

277. ROBERT A. WILSON (20TH CENTURY) The farmyard, signed, oils on canvas, 70 x 90cm £300-500


278. CIRCLE OF JEAN BERAUD (1849-1935) A thoughtful moment, bears signature and dated 1914, oils on panel, 68 x 41cm £400-500 279. R BONE A continental lake with distant buildings, signed, watercolour, 7 x 11cm £40-60

280. ENGLISH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL) Portrait of the Lennox children, the boy and girl standing with a pet dog, oils on canvas, 131 x 148.5cm £4000-6000

282. CIRCLE OF JEAN-ANTOINE WATTEAU (1684-1721) The Mandolin player, oils on canvas, 72 x 57cm £1000-1500

281. JOHN LEAKEY (1775-1865) Pastoral scene with cattle by a river, a boy fishing by the foreground, oils on canvas, 69 x 89.5cm £600-800


283. RUSSIAN CONTEMPORARY SCHOOL Abstract figural study, indistinctly signed, inscribed verso, dated 2009, oils on canvas, 70 x 120cm £300-500

284. XAVIER COMMERE (b. 1958) ‘Bouquet d’Automne’, signed, oils on canvas, 130 x 130cm £300-500

285. AFTER THE MASTER OF THE FONTAINEBLEAU SCHOOL Venus at her toilet, oils on canvas, 91 x 121cm £800-1000

286. JOHN HOPPNER (1758-1810) Portrait of Miss Sarah Hovell, half length, wearing a black dress with white lace chemise, oils on canvas, 74 x 61cm £1500-1800

287. AUGUSTUS JOHN (1878-1961) Robed figure and horse study, studio stamp, pencil, ink and wash, 22 x 17cm £200-300

288. M * A * JOSEPHINE CHAPERIS Study of an Eastern water carrier, inscribed to mount and with further details verso, watercolour, 20 x 13cm; and two further works to include: Laurence Taney - Sepia portrait of a schoolmaster; and a sheet of studies for a painting by Alfred Elmore (3) £40-60

289. ALFRED AARON WOLMARK (1877-1961) Portrait of a lady, signed with monogram, oil on board, 51 x 38.5cm £600-800

290. WALTER MCADAM (1866-1935) A mountainous river landscape with angler, signed, oils on canvas, 54 x 75cm £200-300

291. BERTHA JAMES (20TH CENTURY) Apple Blossom, signed, oils on board, 61.5 x 74.5cm £40-60


292. JOHN MARTIN (b. 1957) ‘Boucherie’, signed with initials, pastels, 22 x 21cm £300-400

293. FREDERICK LEE BRIDELL (1831-1863) Lady reclining in a landscape, pencil, x 15cm; and another by the same hand, ‘Loading Stone at Portland’, inscribed, pencil, 9.5 x 16cm (2) £100-200

294.THOMAS SEWELL ROBINS (1814-1880) ‘Amsterdam, Aug 10th 1839’, pencil, 15.5 x 24.5cm; and another by the same hand, windmill study, pencil, 16 x 24.5cm (2) £100-200

295. W * LINDER Dutch sailing vessels in calm waters, signed and dated 1898, oils on panel, 17 x 22.5cm £300-500

296. R.M. CALLARD Sea birds before a rocky outcrop, signed, oil on canvas, 24.5 x 19cm £30-50

297. *** PARK Still life of fruit upon a ledge, indistinctly signed, oils on board, 23 x 28.5cm £200-300

298. J * WILLIAMSON ‘The Old Tollgate House, Folkestone’, ‘Morning, the Leas Shelter, Folkestone’, a pair, signed, inscribed verso, oils on canvas, 23.5 x 44cm (2) £200-300

299. ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 19TH CENTURY) Sailing boats on a river, watercolour, 24 x 53cm £30-40

300. ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM ANDERSON (1757-1837) Marine scene with numerous sailing vessels, and figures on the shore, oil on panel, 37 x 59cm £1000-1500


301. ATTRIBUTED TO WALTER WILLIAMS (1835-1906) Extensive village landscape, signed with initials, oils on canvas, 44.5 x 80cm £600-800

302. CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) Dutch harbour scene, oil on canvas, 19 x 25cm £150-250

304. FRANK REYNOLDS (1876-1953) ‘Conscription up to Date’, signed and indistinctly inscribed, with caricature sketch, 34 x 26cm; and an unframed French ink sketch painted two figures in automobile, indistinctly signed ?Schranz (2) £80-120

303. FOLLOWER OF THE IMPRESSIONIST SCHOOL A junk approaching a bend in the river, indistinctly signed, oils on panel, 19.5 x 28cm £100-200

305. JONATHAN ARMIGEL WADE (b. 1960) Dog Walking, signed, oils on board, 31 x 59.5cm £300-500

306. 19TH CENTURY NEAPOLITAN SCHOOL The Bay of Naples with Vesuvius Erupting, Morning and Evening, a pair, gouaches, 41 x 61cm (2) £2000-3000

307. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL A boy fishing by a river bridge overlooked by a female figure, watercolour, 26 x 36cm £40-60

308. BERNARD PICART (1673-1733) AFTER CHARLES LE BRUN Maleager offering the Caledonian Boar to Atalante, inscribed ‘Dessine par B. Picart en 1708 d’apres C. Le Brun Snr Le Tableau’, sepia chalk drawing, 28 x 26.5cm (unframed) £200-300


309. CHARLES FREDERICK LOWCOCK (act. 1878-1922) The Three Beauties, signed, oils on canvas, 19 x 29cm £300-500

310. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL St George’s Hall, Liverpool, watercolour, 15 x 30cm £150-250

311. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Portrait of the eldest children of Edward Richardson (b. 1806) and Jane Wigham (b, 1808), watercolour, 29 x 23cm £150-250

312. ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 18TH/EARLY 19TH CENTURY) ‘Tintern Abbey, Monmouthshire’, pen, ink and watercolour, 23 x 37cm; and another similar view, 25.5 x 36cm, both unframed (2) £100-200

313. 19TH CENTURY SCHOOL Allegory of music and industry, pen, ink and watercolour, 16 x 31cm (arched) £40-60

314. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL A country landscape with travellers and soldiers, a castle in the distance, watercolour, 35 x 45cm; a view of Manorbeer; and a monochrome print after Arthur Wilson, all unframed (3) £50-80

315. DOUGLAS FALCONER (1913-2004) ‘Loch Katrine, Trossachs’, signed, titled verso, oils on canvas, 49 x 74cm £300-400

316. CIRCLE OF GEORGE MORLAND (1763-1804) Charcoal Burner Cottages, oil on canvas, 57 x 71.5cm £200-300

317. R * P * River scene with fishermen, and figures in a landscape, one signed with initials, oils on board, 17.5 x 28.5cm (2) £40-60


318. JONNY DE VINS (b. 1960) ‘Old November’, signed, oils on board, 36 x 31cm £80-120

319. F * A * JENSEN Shipping at dusk, signed, oils on canvas, 28 x 49cm £30-50

320. MANNER OF FRANCESCO GUARDI A ruined archway with figures, oils on board, 52 x 37cm £60-80

321. CIRCLE OF SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852) A continental street corner with figures, watercolour, 38 x 27cm £30-50

322. ERNEST STUART (act. c.1889-1915) ‘Evening, Boulogne Smacks’ and ‘End of the Day’, a pair, signed, watercolours, 53 x 35cm (2) £300-400

323. WILLIAM CALLOW (1812-1908) A cottage with horse drawn cart in the foreground, signed and dated 1870, watercolour, 23 x 36cm £200-300

324.THOMAS PYNE (1843-1935) Boys fishing beside a lock, signed and dated 1909, watercolour, 52 x 25cm £100-150

325. S * L * Off the coast at low tide, signed with monogram and dated ‘60, watercolour, 23 x 34cm £60-80


326. MARJORIE LOUISE BRIDGEWATER (20TH CENTURY) Three quarter length portrait of a lady in a formal garden, apparently a self portrait, signed and dated 1927, oils on canvas, 44 x 29.5cm £200-300

329. AFTER BARTOLOMÉ ESTEBAN MURILLO Street children playing a game of dice, oils on metal panel, 55 x 48cm £300-400

331.TOM PATERSON (19TH/20TH CENTURY) An Ayrshire beach, signed, watercolour, 23.5 x 33cm £60-80


327. BERNARD BENEDICT HEMY (1845-1913) A busy harbour entrance, indistinctly signed, oils on canvas, 32 x 47cm £100-200

328. BERNARD BENEDICT HEMY (1845-1913) Entrance to a harbour with shipping, and a multitude of sailing vessels in a calm, a pair, signed, oils on canvas, 24 x 34cm and 24 x 35cm (note size difference) (2) £100-200

330. MARJORIE BRIDGEWATER (20TH CENTURY) A seaside pier, possibly Margate, signed with initials and dated 1913, watercolour, 10 x 22cm; and Marjorie L. White (née Bridgewater) - a rose study, signed and dated ‘69, watercolour, 22 x 14.5cm (2) £40-60

332. G.B. SCOTT A cottage, Arran, with Ailsa Craig in the distance, signed, watercolour, 23.5 x 34cm £100-150

333. CONRAD H.R. CARELLI (1869-1956) Ledbury Market House, signed, watercolour, 16 x 24cm £50-80

334. FRANK W. COLCLOUGH (20TH/21ST CENTURY) Girvan Harbour, Ayrshire, signed and dated ‘84, watercolour, 40 x 60cm £100-150 335. FRANK W. COLCLOUGH (20TH/21ST CENTURY) The Gate, Culzean Castle, Ayrshire, signed, watercolour, 22 x 14.5cm; and one further by the same hand - Dolphin House, Culzean Castle, 14 x 22cm (2) £60-80

337. WILLIAM HENRY MANDER (1850-1922) ‘Near Goring-on-Thames’, signed, oils on canvas, 49 x 74cm £300-500

336. ELSPETH HARRIGAN (c.1938 - 1999) Still life - a spray of poppies, daisies and wheat sheaves, signed, watercolour, 25.5 x 17.5cm £50-80

338. CLARE SHENSTONE (b. 1948) Woman in a corner, signed, pencil and charcoal drawing, 148 x 126cm Clare Shenstone, graduated from the Royal College of Art in 1979. She has widely exhibited in the foremost British Galleries and is especially known for her portraits of Francis Bacon. Her work is represented in the National Portrait Gallery £1000-1500

339. CHARLES PETTITT (1831-1885) ‘A Favorite Angling Nook Sutton Pool on the Isis, Sutton Courtney’ dated 1875, signed and inscribed with title verso, oil on canvas, 32.5 x 53cm £200-300


340. JEAN PALARDY (1905-1991) The Woodburners, signed and dated ‘34, oils on panel, 48.5 x 61cm £800-1200

341. 19TH CENTURY ITALIAN SCHOOL ‘The Towers of San Gimignano’, oils on board, 21.5 x 11cm; and an interior scene with peasant holding a bowl, similarly framed (2) £40-60

343. KIRIL SOKOLOV (20TH CENTURY) Tree study, signed ‘E. Mussi’ and inscribed ‘Durham ‘78’, mixed media, 49 x 41cm


342. CHARLOTTE HALLIDAY (b. 1935) Street scene with houses and trees, signed and dated 1991, pencil and watercolour, 27 x 18cm £60-80

344.VIOLET LINDSELL (act. 1912-1927) A river landscape, signed, watercolour, 16.5 x 27cm; together with three further works to include: Roger Banks ‘St Andrews from South East with snow on the Angus Hills’; a 19th Century pencil drawing - Interior with fort; and a view of Vanbrugh’s Bridge, Blenheim palace, indistinctly signed (4) £50-100

345. SIR ERNEST GEORGE (1839-1922) Across the bay - evening, signed with initials, watercolour, 17 x 25.5cm £60-80

346. ENGLISH SCHOOL (20TH CENTURY) Portrait of a lady, charcoals, 39 x 35cm £60-80

347. CLAUDE ALLIN SHEPPERSON (1867-1921) The fight, signed, charcoal, 32 x 36cm £80-120

Exh. The Royal Institute of Oil Painters Piccadilly, London £200-300

350. KEN HOWARD (b.1932) Female nude model in St Clement’s Studio, signed, oils on board, 38.5 x 28.5cm £1800-2000

349.VLADIMIR TRUSH (b.1966) Two young girls amidst flowers, signed and dated 2004, oils on canvas, 35 x 41.5cm £300-500

351. ANN HALL Cafe Life, St Germain, Paris, signed, pastels, 23 x 33cm £100-150

352. FRED YATES (1922-2008) ‘Friends’, signed, oils on canvas, 38 x 46cm £500-700

348. MARGARET NIVEN (1906-1997) ‘Polperro Harbour’, signed, oils on panel, 31 x 39cm

354. BERNARD CECIL GOTCH (1876-1964) Magdalen Bridge, Oxford, signed, watercolour, 24 x 36.5cm £150-200

353. FOLLOWER OF GEORGE MORLAND Three fishermen launching a boat; shipwrecked sailors climbing rocks, a pair, watercolours, 42.5 x 57.5cm (2) £200-400

355. WILLEM MARIS (1844-1910) Dutch harbour scene, signed, watercolour, 28 x 39.5cm (unframed) £200-300


The following three lots by Orlando Norie feature soldiers from the 42nd Highlander (Black Watch); Rifle Brigade; Royal Welsh Fusiliers; 1st and 2nd West Indian Regiment; Naval Brigade; Royal Artillery; Royal Engineers and Royal Marines

356. ORLANDO NORIE (1832-1901) ‘Battle Scene, Africa, Ashanti Campaign’, signed, watercolour, 55 x 99cm J Davey & Sons Label verso £1200-1500

357. ORLANDO NORIE (1832-1901) ‘The Ashanti Campaign - Hammock Bearers and Medical Stores 1874’, signed, watercolour, 35 x 65cm J Davey & Sons Label verso £600-800

358. ORLANDO NORIE (1832-1901) The Ashanti Campaign - A wooden clearing with soldiers, signed, pencil and watercolour, 35 x 60cm J Davey & Sons Label verso £500-700

361. GEORGE PYNE (1800-1884) Brasenose College, Oxford, with the Radcliffe Camera, faintly signed and dated ‘1849’ (lower left), watercolour, 20 x 26cm Spink label verso £300-400


359. GEORGE HODGKINSON (1914-1997) Still life of oranges and flowers in a blue jug, signed, oils on canvas, 74 x 58.5cm £100-200

360. ANTHONY GRAHAM (b. 1828) ‘The Watersmeet, Lynton’ and ‘Upper Fall, Lynton’, a pair, signed, one dated 1837, inscribed with titles verso, 29 x 13.5cm (2) £40-60

362. GEORGE PYNE (1800-1884) ‘Oriel College, Oxford’, signed and dated 1851, watercolour, 20 x 26.5cm

363. ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM LEIGHTON LEITCH (1804-1883) Old House at East Dene, Isle of Wight, watercolour, 7 x 11cm

Michael Bryan Fine English Watercolours label verso £300-400

Prov: With Thomas Agnew & Sons Ltd £80-100

364. KEN MESSER (b. 1931) Spires of Oxford, signed, watercolour, 30 x 38cm; and one further by the same hand (2) £100-150

366. FRANCIS E. JAMIESON (1895-1950) A mountain loch in sunlight, signed ‘W. Richards’, oils on canvas, 39 x 60cm £80-120

367. O * WITZ Still life - a glass vase of mixed flowers, signed and dated 1928, oils on canvas, 29 x 38cm £100-200

369. ANTOINE DE SALOMÉ (19TH CENTURY) Portrait of Marian Heptinstall, youngest daughter of Thomas Heptinstall, one of the Directors of the East India Company, signed and dated 1887, pastels, 46 x 34cm; and one further probably by the same hand - Catherine Mary Anderson, eldest daughter of General Sir Horace Anderson K.C.B., pastels, 35 x 26cm (2) Each picture inscribed verso with further details regarding the sitters £200-300

365. CIRCLE OF SIR GODFREY KNELLER (1646-1723) Portrait of a lady with brown shoulder length hair wearing a lace trimmed satin dress, oils on canvas, 69 x 55cm £800-1000

368. 20TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Lambeth Bridge, indistinctly signed, oils on canvas, 49 x 39.5cm £150-250

370. FOLLOWER OF RICHARD WILSON (1714-1782) An Italianate lake scene with two figures pointing towards a ruined tower, inscribed ‘Rich Wilson 1770’, oils on board, 32.5 x 42cm £200-300


371. CYRIL W. EDWARDS (1902-1982) ‘Boat Building on the Tyne’, signed, watercolour, 32 x 46.5cm £50-70

372. RICHARD HENRY NIBBS (1810-1893) A hilltop landscape with labourers, signed, watercolour, 46 x 96cm £100-150

373. BENJAMIN WILLIAMS LEADER (1831-1923) A wooded landscape with faggot gatherer, signed and dated ‘18...’, oils on panel, 16 x 19cm £200-300

374. GEORGE FREDERICK HUGHES (fl. 1859-1883) River landscape with seated fisherman, signed and dated 1880, oils on canvas, 42 x 65cm £200-300

375.THOMAS KINGSTON (1863-1929) A tree lined river landscape in summer with grazing cattle beyond, signed, oils on canvas, 42 x 52cm £80-120

376. AFTER JUSTUS SUSTERMANS Portrait of Galileo, oils on canvas, 65 x 52cm £200-400

377. FREDERICK VICTOR BAILEY (1919-1997) Still life - a glass vase of roses, blue bells, tulips and further flowers with butterflies, insects and drops of water upon a marbled ledge, signed with initials, oils on panel, 40 x 30cm £200-300

378. ANNA MARIA SIMPSON (19TH CENTURY) Two children with blown bladder, oils on panel, 25.5 x 32cm

379. 18TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL Fisher folk and boats at the foot of a coastal fort with ruined tower and windmill, oils on canvas, 47 x 67cm unframed £200-300


The work bears typed label verso printed ‘Painted by Anna Maria Simpson Grand Daughter of Joseph Wright of Derby’ £500-700

380. ATTRIBUTED TO JOHN VARLEY (1778-1842) Windsor from the Thames, watercolour, 29 x 38.5cm £80-120

381. WILLIAM HULL ‘Ford’s Hospital, Coventry’, signed and inscribed with title, watercolour, 26 x 18cm; Jack Hausman - Dutch Street Scene, signed, oils on panel, 16.5 x 11.5cm; and a colour print depicting Frederick Lord Leighton with signature below inscribed ‘Yours faithfully’ (unframed) (3) £50-80

382. MEL CALMAN (1931-1994) ‘I think humans should be seen and not heard’, pencil drawing, 18.5 x 10cm; and R * D * Dobson: ‘The Curate in Charge’, signed, watercolour, 18 x 13cm (2)

383. N * CARAPHINOTT STEIN BRUCK? An Arabic street market, indistinctly signed, watercolour, 43 x 28.5cm £50-100

384. * ROCKINGHAM Still life - an upturned bowl with fruit and flowers, signed, oils on canvas, 32 x 46.5cm £80-120

385. O * J * CLARK (19TH CENTURY) The Corn Harvest, signed, oils on canvas, 35 x 53cm £100-200

386. SIR HERBERT HUGHESSTANTON (1870-1937) ‘La Madelaine, Montreuil’, signed and dated 1907, watercolour, 34 x 48cm £100-150

387. JOHN BARRETT (1822-1893) ‘The Glory of Spring on a moorland common’, signed, inscribed with title verso, watercolour, 27 x 44cm £50-80

388. AFTER THOMAS HICKEY Portrait of Dr John Heath, charcoal and colour wash drawing, 29.5 x 19cm; and one further after Hoppner, 29 x 19cm (2) £60-80

Prov: With The Rene-Smith Gallery, London Mel Calman, cartoonist, appeared extensively in the Daily Express, Sunday Telegraph, Observer, Sunday Times and The Times over the second half of the 20th Century £40-60


389. FOLLOWER OF SIDNEY RICHARD PERCY A mountainous lake land with figures in a boat at dusk, oils on canvas, 29 x 39cm £200-300

390. FRENCH SCHOOL (18TH/19TH CENTURY) Allegorical scenes, a pair, oils on canvas laid onto board, 67 x 82cm (2) £300-400

391. GEORGE OYSTON (1861-1937) A summer walk, signed and dated 1909, watercolour, 49 x 35cm £50-100

392. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Portrait of a lady seated and admiring a miniature, oils on canvas, 23.5 x 19.5cm £60-80

393. MARTIN COOPER (20TH CENTURY) ‘A Time for Leisure’, signed and dated ‘97, oils on board, 44 x 38cm £500-600

394. HERBERT SIDNEY (1858-1923) ‘Mrs Stuart of Stonehurst’, Ardingly - Sussex, signed and dated 1913, also inscribed with title verso, oils on canvas, 90 x 69cm John Stuart made a fortune back in the 1880’s, as inventor of Camp Coffee, the blend of chicory and spices that substituted for instant coffee until Nescafe appeared in 1938. He built Stonehurst House in Ardingly in 1889 on the proceeds. He also had the good fortune to marry Mary Ann Rose, in about 1872. She was the widow of Thomas Ross, who owned Ross Optical in London, that traded through to 1949. Ross Optical Company were major manufacturers of precision optical instruments and early associates of Carl Zeiss. Ross was for example, a supplier of lenses and instruments to William H. Fox Talbot, the pioneer of photography. John Stuart became the managing director of Ross Optical after his marriage to Mary Ann and developed the company further. Mary was 73 when this portrait was painted at Ardingly in 1913 by Herbert Sidney, FSA. Herbert Sidney was a well established Victorian painter of portraits and historical subjects. He studied at the RA schools, in Antwerp, and in Paris - under Gerome, at the Ecole des Beaux Arts. He exhibited at the leading London galleries from 1876. £200-300


395. ALEXANDER GERHARDUS DIEPERINK (1901-1972) ‘Emmikhuizen Veenendaal’, signed, oils on canvas, 30 x 39cm, unframed £60-100

396. S * SMITS A tree lined avenue in summer time, signed, watercolour, 34 x 69cm £50-100

397. CIRCLE OF ANDREAS SCHELFHOUT (1787-1870) A Dutch frozen river landscape with figures, dog and snow covered building, oils on canvas, 35 x 43cm £80-120

398. EDWIN GALEA (b1934) A typical Maltese farmhouse, signed and inscribed ‘Malta’, watercolour, 17 x 27cm £40-60

399. MALTESE SCHOOL, EARLY 20TH CENTURY View of Valletta harbour, Malta, faintly signed, watercolour and body colour, 7 x 11.5cm £80-120

400.TOMAS HARRIS (1908-1964) Landscapes, Mallorca, a pair, oils on canvas board, 44 x 52cm (2)

401. RAFFAELE MAINELLA (1856/58-1941) The Grand Canal, Venice with Gondolas, signed, watercolour, 32 x 17cm (unframed) £200-300

402. COLONEL ROBERT GOFF (1837-1922) A mountain landscape, signed with initials and dated 1915, watercolour, 19 x 13cm; W Shipwright: Ruined Abbey, signed and dated 1853, watercolour, 37 x 53cm; G B Fraser - A flood at Holywell, signed, watercolour, 17 x 31cm; and two further (all unframed) (5) £80-120

Tomas Harris, Goya specialist and author of the Catalogue Raisonné of Goya engravings and lithographs £300-500


403. WILLIAM PAPAS (1927-2000) ‘Labour Left’, signed, pen and ink cartoon, 29.5 x 33.5cm; and two further to include ‘Company Directors’ and ‘Rhodesia’, all mounted but unframed (3) £80-120

404. DAVID MUIRHEAD BONE (1876-1953) ‘San Pedro de Nave, Zamora’, signed and titled, charcoals and colour wash drawing, 14.5 x 21cm; two pencil sketches attributed to the same hand, one inscribed ‘Ayr’, all unframed; and Gertrude Bone - ‘Days in Old Spain’ with illustrations by Muirhead Bone pub. 1942 by Readers Union Ltd (4) £80-120

406. WILLIAM GREAVES ‘East Keswick from Wilkie Lane’, signed, titled in pencil verso, oils on canvas, 32 x 48cm £100-150

405. EDMUND JOHN NIEMANN (1813-1876) Windsor from the Thames, signed, oils on canvas, 74.5 x 126cm £1000-1500

407. FOLLOWER OF DAVID BATES River landscape with rocky escarpment and angler, oils on canvas, 35.5 x 54cm £100-200

408. BILL DEAN ‘Between Sets’, signed, oils on board, 57 x 61cm £400-500


409. PETER LA CAVE (fl. 1769-1810) Woman and child with cattle and sheep resting beside a river, signed and dated 1804, watercolour, 25 x 40cm £80-120

410. CHARLES CATTERMOLE (1832-1900) A Royal reception; Waiting in line, a pair, each signed, watercolour, 14.5 x 44cm (2) £100-200

412. CHARLES CATTERMOLE (1832-1900) Interior scene with monks and other figures, signed, watercolour heightened with white, 30 x 60cm £50-100 411. ATTRIBUTED TO DAVID COX JNR (1809-1885) ‘Under Coniston Old Man’, watercolour, 36.5 x 54cm £50-100

413. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) Extensive landscape with cattle and sheep before a country house, watercolour heightened with white, 15.5 x 52cm; and JAMES MACMASTER (1856-1913) Fishing boats at sea, each signed, monochrome watercolour, a pair, 15.5 x 13cm (3) £50-100 414. WILLIAM ARCHIBALD GUNN (b. 1877) Beach side cottages, signed indistinctly, watercolour, 35.5 x 25cm; together with a late Victorian oleograph (2) £40-60

416. MARGARET EVANGELINE WILSON (1890-1977) ‘Strand-on-the-Green, Chiswick’, oils on canvas, 37 x 56cm (paint flaking to lower edge)

415. MALCOLM GEARING (20TH CENTURY) Fakenham Magna Suffolk, signed and dated ‘79, oils on canvas, 60 x 90cm; and one further smaller scene by the same hand, signed and dated ‘81, 24 x 29.5cm (2) £100-200

417. WILLIAM TURNER OF OXFORD (1789-1862) Oxford from the Cherwell, watercolour, 23 x 37cm The view was identified by Christopher Chasey, advisor to the curator of the William Turner Exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in the 1980’s £600-800

Royal Academy of Arts United Artists Exhibition 1940 Russell Cotes Gallery, Bournemouth - ‘Exhibition of Works by Eminent Living Artists, March - June 1945 £100-200

418. WILLIAM J POPHAM (20TH CENTURY) ‘The Lightning’ and ‘The Staghound’, a pair, signed, oils on canvas, 39 x 55.5cm (2) £200-300

419. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL A wooded pool, oils on canvas, 35 x 58cm £60-100


421. ATTRIBUTED TO SAMUEL COLKETT (1806-1883) AND JOHN BERNEY LADBROOKE (1803-1879) A rocky mountainous landscape with waterfall and figures, oils on panel, 42 x 52.5cm Inscribed on old label verso ‘bought £15.00 Wadingham, Jan ‘48’ £600-800

420. FOLLOWER OF PETER MONAMY A Dutch man o’war with sailors adjusting the sails and other sailing vessels at sea, oils on panel, 25.5 x 34cm; and companion, a pair (2) £1500-2500

422. FOLLOWER OF FRANK HENRY MASON A steamship at sea, oils on canvas, 69 x 99cm £200-300

423.T * RENTON (19TH CENTURY) Portrait of James Kemp of Hoxton Academy Chapel (1745-1819) and his wife Mary Kemp (d.1837), a pair, one signed and dated 1807, oils on canvas, 77 x 65cm (2) James Kemp, founder of Hoxton Academy Chapel, one of the first Sunday schools in London, opening in 1814 to teach the lowest classes to read on the sabbath and encourage a religious understanding. Prior to this he had run the Sunday school in his own home for 25 years. Each picture with inscribed labels verso with further details £200-300


424. E* I* HIRST A game of bowls, signed, oils on canvas, 39.5 x 59cm £600-800

425. BERNARD DUNSTAN (b. 1920) Study for a lithograph 1999, pastels, 36.5 x 43cm £700-900

426. CHARLES E. GORDON-FRAZER (1863-1899) Jungle clearing with crouching native hunter to the foreground, possibly Papua New Guinea or Solomon Islands, signed, oils on canvas, 59 x 90cm £800-1000

427. MURIEL MALLOWS (20TH/21ST CENTURY) ‘Sunflowers’, signed with initials and dated 2001, oils on board, 23 x 23cm £80-100

428. CIRCLE OF WILLIAM LIONEL WYLLIE (1851-1931) Sailing vessel with tug in a swell off a jetty at sunset, signed with initials ‘WLW’, oils on canvas, 40 x 61cm (unframed) £70-90

429. 20TH CENTURY DUTCH SCHOOL Sailing vessels in a calm, indistinctly signed, oils on canvas, 39 x 59cm (2) £150-250

430. JOHN BLIGHT (20TH / 21ST CENTURY) ‘Padstow, Cornwall’, signed and inscribed with title, dated ‘06, watercolour, heightened in white, 16.5 x 52cm (unframed) £200-300

431. ALBERT MOULTON FOWERAKER (1873-1942) ‘A Cornish Village’, signed, watercolour, 24 x 35.5cm

432. JACK MILLAR (1921-2006) Still life, a jug of flowers upon a windowsill, signed, oils on board, 67 x 51cm (unframed) £400-600

433. PROFESSOR THOMAS FREDERICK MASON SHEARD (1866-1921) ‘Summer’s Flowing Skies’, signed, oil on canvas, 44 x 60cm £700-900

The Horner Galleries label verso £600-800


434. FRANK MARTIN (1921-2005) A semi clad reclining beauty, signed, pencil and watercolour, 29 x 41cm; three similar pencil sketches by the same hand and an etching, all unframed (5) £80-120

435. AGNES KEMPSON SWAINE (b.1892) An Iberian fountain, signed, watercolour, 22 x 28.5cm £80-120

437. PHILIP MITCHELL (1814-1896) Plymouth Sound, signed, watercolour, 25 x 40cm £80-120

438. ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES ETIENNE PEQUIN (1879-1963) A continental landscape, signed, oils on canvas, 47 x 55cm; and one further oil signed ? L. Lelamie, 35 x 40cm (each unframed) £50-100

439. ATTRIBUTED TO CUTHBERT GRESLEY (1876-1963) Winter landscape with shepherd and sheep, signed and dated ‘Feb 1947’, watercolour, 27 x 39cm £50-70

440. RITA GREIG (1915-2011) Figures in a Marquee, signed with initials, pastels, 16.5cm x 19cm £100-150


436. FRANCIS G WOOD ‘On the Great Ouse’, and ‘The Thames above Hampton Court’, a pair, one signed with monogram, each inscribed with title verso, 15.5 x 24cm (2) £80-120

441. JANE TAYLOR Figures on the Beach, signed, watercolour, 17 x 24.5cm £80-120

442. BENJAMIN SULLIVAN (20TH / 21ST CENTURY) ‘Tools of the Trade’, signed with monogram and dated ‘06, oils on canvas, 40 x 30cm £200-300

443. MARK CLARK (20TH CENTURY) ‘A Sleeping Nude’, signed with initials, oils on copper with etched study verso, 29 x 39cm £300-500

444. RITA GREIG (1915-2011) Children in a garden at Tor Brook, signed with initials, oils on board, 20 x 17cm £200-300

445. CIRCLE OF HERMANNS KOEKKOEK (1815-1882) Fishermen in a boat and further shipping in calm waters with church in the distance, indistinctly signed, oils on canvas, 62 x 85cm £2000-3000

446. FOLLOWER OF RICHARD WILSON A lakeland landscape with wise man and armored figure, oils on canvas, 66 x 83cm £200-300

447. HENRY SCOTT TUKE (1858-1929) A three masted sailing vessel in calm waters, inscribed ‘A.S.T. from H.S. Tuke’, watercolour, 21 x 13.5cm £200-300

448. MARY IRELAND (20TH CENTURY) Girl with a mask, fabric mosaic panel, 25 x 22cm Inscribed verso with details of materials used £80-120


449. NICHOLAS MYNHEER (b.1958) ‘Ecce Homo’, signed, titled and dated 1990 verso, oils on canvas, 20 x 13cm £200-300

450. 18TH / 19TH CENTURY SCHOOL AFTER JAN MIENSE MOLENAER The Humorist or Piping Girl’, oils on panel, 26 x 20cm £200-300

451. ANNE SPALDING (b. 1911) ‘Ladbroke Grove I’, signed and dated 1946, watercolour, 16 x 22cm

452. ALEXANDER HENRY HALLAM MURRAY (1854-1934) River landscape, signed, watercolour, 12.5 x 16.5cm; and five further watercolours attributed to the same hand (6) £80-120

453. PHILIP NORMAN (c. 1843-1931) Whitby, signed and dated 1891, watercolour, 36 x 53cm £400-600

454. ATTRIBUTED TO JAMES DUFFIELD HARDING (1798-1863) A rocky waterfall, signed with initials, watercolour, 34 x 24cm £200-300

455. ERNEST WILLIAM HASLEHURST (1866-1949) ‘Durham’, signed, watercolour, 34.5 x 52cm £200-300

456. ENRICO NARDI (1864-1947) An ornamental Italianate pond, signed, watercolour, 56 x 94.5cm £400-600

457.THOMAS UWINS (1782-1857) ‘Academics at a Ceremony’, possibly a study for ‘The Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford’, pencil, 5.5 x 11cm; together with a study of sheep by Charles Jones, pencil, 12 x 20.5cm (2) £70-90


Exh. Sally Hunter Fine Art May/June 1988 No. 14 £40-60

458. ANTHONY DEVIS (1729-1817) Figures on a Hillside Track, pencil and wash, 13.5 x 20cm; and a small 19th century watercolour study of a river landscape (2) £60-80

459. LOUIS PARRENS (1904-1993) ‘Marins Pecheurs’, signed, oil on cavas, 44 x 60cm £300-500

460. EDGAR WESSON (19TH CENTURY) ‘Fair Wind’, Plymoth, Capt. Rawle, signed and dated 1873, watercolour heightened with white, 24.5cm x 36.5cm; together with an 18th century ink and sepia wash landscape sketch and an ink and wash sketch by Brian Robb (3) £60-80

461. AFTER JOHN CONSTABLE ‘The Cornfield’, oils on canvas, 90 x 61cm £100-200

462. J* VALENTINE Northern Castle, Northumberland, signed, oils on canvas, 44 x 60cm £120-150

463. E* MEISEL Still life, a vase of mixed flowers with dishes alongside, signed, oils on panel, 48 x 38cm £100-150

464. CHARLES MARCH GERE (1869-1957) ‘Bend of the River Wye, Glos’, signed, oils on paper,14 x 33.5cm

465. CHARLES MARCH GERE (1869-1957) The Simplon Gorge from Brigue, signed with monogram and dated ‘27, also inscribed in pencil, watercolour on linen, 26 x 26cm

466. CHARLES MARCH GERE (1869-1957) ‘Lago da Ninfa - Roman Campagna’, signed, watercolour, 26 x 38cm

Provenance: Private collection Edward R Payne (the artist’s nephew) £300-500

Provenance: Private collection Edward R Payne (the artist’s nephew) £400-600

Provenance: Private collection Edward R Payne ( the artist’s nephew) £400-600


468. CARLTON ALFRED SMITH (1853 - 1946) ‘Adjusting her boot laces’, signed, watercolour, 48 x 72cm £2000-3000

467. GEOFFREY HOLT (AMERICAN 1882-1977) ‘Eucalyptus Trees, Early Morning’, inscribed verso (unchecked), oils on board, 21 x 27cm

469. FRANK SAULIEU ? Ponte Pietro-Verona, signed, watercolour, 13.5 x 20cm; and a 19th century English school: landscape with trees, watercolour, 14 x 23cm (2) £80-120

Prov: With Wenlock Fine Art £200-300

470. H* LIVENS A cornfield with labourers, signed, oils on canvas board, 39 x 59cm £150-200


471. ATTRIBUTED TO ISAAC CRUIKSHANK (c. 1756-1811) A lady in a horse-drawn carriage with dogs alongside, pencil and brown wash drawing, 17 x 26cm with follower of George Cruikshank - ‘The Proposal’ and ‘The Dispute’, a pair, pen, ink and watercolour, 15.5 x 11cm (3) £50-100

472. NAN YOUNGMAN (1906-1995) Anglesey landscape, signed and dated 1958, pastels, 14 x 5.5cm £40-60

473. PIERRE LABROUCHE (1876-1956) ‘Matin d’été sur le lot - St Circq - Lapopie Près Cahors (Lot), France’, signed, oils on panel, 37 x 45cm £1000-1200

474. ROWLAND HILDER (1905-1993) ‘February - Fill Dyke’, signed, titled verso, oils on canvas, 44 x 54.5cm £800-1200

475. FOLLOWER OF CHRISTOPHER WOOD Still life with pestle, mortar and vegetables, signed with initials ‘C.W’, pastels 24.5 x 36cm £40-60

476. GEORGE WHITAKER (1834-1874) ‘Watermill, Stoke Gabriel, Devonshire’, signed and dated ?1866, watercolour, 34 x 51cm £50-100

477. EDWARD DUNCAN (1803-1882) ‘Study of a Fisherman’, signed with initials and with artist’s monogram stamp, pencil study, 19.5cm x 12cm £80-120

478. ARTHUR GLENNIE (1803-1890) ‘Paestum’, signed and inscribed ‘Roma’, watercolour, 29 x 49cm

479.THOMAS COLMAN DIBDIN (1810-1893) A street in Rouen, watercolour, 12 x 17cm £100-150

480. EDWARD LADELL (1821-1886) Still life, fruit and a nest of eggs upon a ledge, signed with monogram, oils on canvas, 22 x 29.5cm £1000-1500

Provenance: With Abbott & Holder, London £300-400


481. LY BOLER (20TH CENTURY) ‘Nr Tenterden, Kent’, signed and dated 1938, oils on canvas, 44 x 59cm £100-150

482. ALBERT DURER LUCAS (1828-1918) White bellflowers in a landscape, signed and dated 1884, oils on canvas, 24.5cm x 19.5cm £500-700

483. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL A boat moored at a jetty with windmill, oils on board, 13.5 x 22cm £40-60

484. W H HARRIOTT AFTER GAINSBOROUGH Cottage door with children playing, inscribed verso and dated 1819, watercolour, 25 x 21cm £100-150

485. LAURENT BONET (20TH CENTURY) ‘Icone’, signed, mixed media, 41 x 19cm £80-120

486. PETER FITZGERALD (b.1956) ‘Lochan Uisce’, signed and dated ‘91, also signed and dated verso, oils on canvas, 86 x 66cm £100-200

487. JAMES DRING (1905-1985) ‘Putney Bridge’, signed, oils on board, 39 x 50cm £80-120

488. CHARLES EDWARD DIXON (1872-1934) Shipping on the river, probably Sunderland, signed and dated 1891, watercolour, 40 x 71cm

489. 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL A tavern interior with cavalier, oils on canvas, possible traces of faint signature, 68 x 46cm (unframed) £600-800

Inscribed in ink to old label verso ‘Sunderland’ £800-1200


490. JESSICA BOHANNAK ‘A View of the City of Mons, Belgium’, signed and dated 1978, oils on canvas, 34 x 44.5cm £120-150

491. EDWARD LEAR (1812-1888) ‘Maderno 3pm May 14, 1867’, inscribed with title, numbered and with colour annotation, pen, ink and watercolour, 12 x 21.5cm £600-1000

492. ARCHIE UTIN (exh. 1931-1938) Hillside landscape with allotments, signed and dated ‘37, oils on canvas, 29 x 39.5cm £60-80

493. DUNCAN GRANT (1885-1978) ‘Venice’, signed, pen, ink watercolour and body colour, 29 x 16cm

494. GEORGE SAMUEL ELGOOD (1851-1943) Landscape with rotunda, signed, watercolour, 21 x 17.5cm £120-150

495.V* BEACHINI AFTER SASSOFERRATO ‘Madonna Addorata’, inscribed verso, oils on canvas, 38 x 32cm, in carved giltwood frame £150-250

497. DR THOMAS BOSWALL WATSON (1815-1860) Study of an European Fort or dwelling, Macau, pencil and coloured washes, 13.5 x 21.5cm

498. DR THOMAS BOSWALL WATSON (1815-1860) Study of a palm tree, pencil, pen, ink and watercolour, 25 x 17cm

Sold together with a letter to a previous owner (Mrs Wolfen) dated 14 Nov ‘70 from Duncan Grant, having now signed the work and advising that he believed he had executed it in c.1930 Provenance: with The New Grafton Gallery £600-800

496. DR THOMAS BOSWALL WATSON (1815-1860) View of Macau probably taken from the west, pencil, pen and brown ink, 18 x 27cm Dr Watson, Physician and Amateur Artist in China, friend and pupil of George Chinnery Exh. Martyn Gregory 1985, Cat. 40 No. 51 £400-600

Dr Watson, physician and amateur artist in China, friend and pupil of George Chinnery Exh. Martyn Gregory 1985, Cat. 40 No. 47 £400-600

Dr Watson, physician and amateur artist in China, friend and pupil of George Chinnery Exh. Martyn Gregory 1985, Cat. 40 No. 82 £150-250


499. ATTRIBUTED TO DR THOMAS BOSWALL WATSON (1815-1860) Figure Studies, a group of three, two pencil, one pencil and brown ink, 4 x 9.5cm; 5.5 x 8cm and 4 x 7cm (3) Dr Watson, physician and amateur artist in China, friend and pupil of George Chinnery £150-250

500. ATTRIBUTED TO THOMAS DALZIEL (1823-1906) A nude in a woodland, charcoals and pencil, 36 x 26cm £100-150

501. PAUL ALBERT BAUDOUIN (1844-1931) A female nude, pencil drawing heightened in white chalks, 29 x 17cm £50-70

502. 19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL A mountain landscape with figures, indistinctly signed, gouache, 13 x 20cm £80-120

503. A 19TH CENTURY SIENNESE GILT GESSO AND WOOD BOOK COVER, the upper panel painted with bishop and attendants in a landscape, the lower panel with crest amongst flowering and scrolling foliage, with worn letter spine, 28 x 20cm £50-80

504. 20TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL ‘Place Furstenberg’, indistinctly signed, titled and dated ‘64 verso, oils on canvas, 65 x 50cm

505. H* ELLIOTT BLAKE (20TH CENTURY) ‘Research Chemist 1948’, signed with initials and dated ‘46, inscribed with title verso, oils on canvas, 52 x 60cm £400-500


Provenance: with Galerie Drovant £250-300

506. 19TH CENTURY FRENCH SCHOOL ‘Chartres Cathedral’, signed, watercolour, 49 x 34cm; and E* Mortimer Langdon, ‘Height Barn near Rottingdean’, signed, pastels, 26 x 32cm (2) £50-100

507. HORACE MANN LIVENS (1862-1936) A mountainous river landscape with boat, a figure resting beneath a tree nearby, signed, oils on canvas, 74.5 x 100cm £400-600

508. G* GABRINI A soldier in a courtyard, signed, watercolour, 48 x 35cm £80-100

510. 18TH / 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL An extensive river landscape with rocky outcrops, trees and lush vegetation, oils on canvas, 62 x 87cm £600-800

509. FOLLOWER OF GUIDO RENI Head and shoulders study of a lady looking toward the heavens, oils on panel, 19.5 x 14.5cm £100-150

511. BETTY BOWMAN (b. 1923) ‘Dockland’, signed, pastels, 35 x 57cm; and one further by the same hand (2) £100-150


512. RICCIARDO MEACCI (1856-C.1940) Preparing for marriage, signed, watercolour, 22cm tondo, in gilt decorated and ebonised frame £200-300

513. JOSEPH POSENAER (1876-1935) An old lady in a formal garden, signed and dated ‘97, oils on panel, 31.5 x 23cm (split to panel); and one further, oil, ‘An Open Doorway’ (2) £30-50

514. 19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL Still life, decanter, pairs of gloves and further ornaments upon a table, oils on canvas, indistinctly signed, 44 x 60cm £40-60

515. E*A*J* BAYNES (20TH CENTURY) ‘Brancaster Bay, Norfolk’, signed and dated ‘72, oils on board, 59 x 79cm £50-100

518. 19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL Hunters conversing around a table, signed E. Nicol and dated 1849, oils on canvas, 29 x 44cm £200-300

516. No Lot


517. WILLIAM SHAYER Harvesters resting in a cornfield, signed and dated 1841, oils on board, 19 x 40cm £100-200

519. HAROLD KNIGHT (1874-1961) Portrait of the second Lord Hayter seated in a chair, signed, oils on canvas, 91 x 71cm (unframed) Lord Hayter (1872-1968) former Chairman of Chubb’s

520.WILLIAM WARD GILL (1823-1894) ‘Cauldron Lynn’, gouaches, 9 x 5.5cm Inscribed on original label verso - Cauldron Lynn presented to W.R. Jones by W.W. Gill 1863 £60-80

Prov: by family descent £300-500

521. * BROWNE Fishing boats moored off a harbour, probably Cornwall, signed, watercolour, 17 x 26.5cm; and F. Martinus Hulk - ‘The Watermill’, signed, inscribed verso, watercolour, 13 x 8cm (2) £40-60


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(h) The singular includes the plural and vice versa as appropriate. 2. BIDDING PROCEDURES AND THE BUYER (a) Bidders are required to register their particulars before bidding and to satisfy any security arrangements before entering the auction room to view or bid; (b) the maker of the highest bid accepted by the auctioneer conducting the sale shall be the buyer at the hammer price and any dispute about a bid shall be settled at the auctioneer’s absolute discretion by reoffering the Lot during the course of the auction or otherwise. The auctioneer shall act reasonably in exercising this discretion. (c) Bidders shall be deemed to act as principals. (2) Our right to bid on behalf of the seller is expressly reserved up to the amount of any reserve and the right to refuse any bid is also reserved. (3)The Auctioneers reserve the right to charge a deposit for certain lots. These will be indicated before the sale. 3. 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Any surplus so arising shall belong to the seller; (d) to remove, store and insure the Lot at your expense and, in the case of storage, either at our premises or elsewhere; (e) to charge interest at a rate not exceeding 1.5% per month on the total amount due to the extent it remains unpaid for more than 3 working days after the sale; (f) to retain that or any other Lot sold to you until you pay the total amount due; (g) to reject or ignore bids from you or your agent at future auctions or to impose conditions before any such bids shall be accepted; (h) to apply any proceeds of sale of other Lots due or in future becoming due to you towards the settlement of the total amount due and to exercise a lien (that is a right to retain possession of) any of your property in our possession for any purpose until the debt due is satisfied. (2) We shall, as agent for the seller and on our own behalf pursue these rights and remedies only so far as is reasonable to make appropriate recovery in respect of breach of these conditions 9. THIRD PARTY LIABILITY All members of the public on our premises are there at their own risk and must note the lay-out of the accommodation and security arrangements. Accordingly neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall incur liability for death or personal injury (except as required by law by reason of our negligence) or similarly for the safety of the property of persons visiting prior to or at a sale.


10. COMMISSION AND TELEPHONE BIDS Whilst prospective buyers are strongly advised to attend the auction and are always responsible for any decision to bid for a particular Lot and shall be assumed to have carefully inspected and satisfied themselves as to its condition we will if so instructed clearly and in writing execute bids on their behalf or by telephone. Neither the auctioneer nor our employees or agents shall be responsible for any failure to do so save where such failure is unreasonable. Where two or more commission bids at the same level are recorded we reserve the right in our absolute discretion to prefer the first bid so made. 11. WARRANTY OF TITLE AND AVAILABILITY The seller warrants to the auctioneer and you that the seller is the true owner of the property consigned or is properly authorised by the true owner to consign it for sale and is able to transfer good and marketable title to the property free from any third party claims. 12. AGENCY The auctioneer normally acts as agent only and disclaims any responsibility for default by sellers or buyers. 13. TERMS OF SALE The seller acknowledges that Lots are sold subject to the stipulations of these Conditions in their entirety and on the Terms of Consignment as notified to the consignor at the time of the entry of the Lot. 14. DESCRIPTIONS AND CONDITION (1) Whilst we seek to describe lots accurately, it may be impractical for us to carry out exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Prospective buyers are given ample opportunities to view and inspect before any sale and they (and any independent experts on their behalf) must satisfy themselves as to the accuracy of any description applied to a lot. Prospective buyers also bid on the understanding that, inevitably, representations or statements by us as to authorship, genuineness, origin, date, age, provenance, condition or estimated selling price involve matters of opinion. We undertake that any such opinion shall be honestly and reasonably held and accept liability for opinions given negligently or fraudulently. Subject to the foregoing neither we the auctioneer nor our employees or agents nor the seller accept liability for the correctness of such opinions and all conditions and warranties, whether relating to description, condition or quality of lots, express, implied or statutory, are hereby excluded. This Condition is subject to the next following Condition concerning deliberate forgeries and applies save as provided for in paragraph 6 “information to buyers”. (2) Private treaty sales made under these Conditions are deemed to be sales by auction for purposes of consumer legislation. 15. FORGERIES Notwithstanding the preceding Condition, any Lot which proves to be a deliberate forgery (as defined) may be returned to us by you within 21 days of the auction provided it is in the same condition as when bought, and is accompanied by particulars identifying it from the relevant catalogue description and a written statement of defects. If we are satisfied from the evidence presented that the Lot is a deliberate forgery we shall refund the money paid by you for the Lot including any buyer’s premium provided that (1) if the catalogue description reflected the accepted view of scholars and experts as at the date of sale or (2) you personally are not able to transfer a good and marketable title to us, you shall have no rights under this condition. The right of return provided by this Condition is additional to any right or remedy provided by law or by these Conditions of Sale. GENERAL 16. We shall have the right at our discretion, to refuse admission to our premises or attendance at our auctions by any person. 17 (1) any right to compensation for losses liabilities and expenses incurred in respect of and as a result of any breach of these Conditions and any exclusions provided by them shall be available to the seller and/or the auctioneer as appropriate. (2). Such rights and exclusions shall extend to and be deemed to be for the benefit of employees and agents of the seller and/or the auctioneer who may themselves enforce them. 18. Any notice to any buyer, seller, bidder or viewer may be given by first class mail or Swiftmail in which case it shall be deemed to have been received by the addressee 48 hours after posting. 19. Special terms may be used in catalogue descriptions of particular classes of items in which case the descriptions must be interpreted in accordance with any glossary appearing at the commencement of the catalogue. 20. Any indulgence extended to bidders buyers or sellers by us notwithstanding the strict terms of these Conditions or of the Terms of Consignment shall affect the position at the relevant time only and in respect of that particular concession only; in all other respects these Conditions shall be construed as having full force and effect. 21. English law applies to the interpretation of these Conditions. ENDANGERED SPECIES LAWS Due to international laws, any item on the Endangered species list (i.e. Ivory, Rhino horn etc.), whether it dates from the 18th/19th Century or the 1930s, requires re-export permits for bidders outside the EU (CITES). Some countries also require import permits as well and all permits must be in place prior to shipment. Mallams cannot be held liable if a purchaser buys a lot that comes within this field and then import/export licences cannot be arranged. Certain countries, particularly the USA, have their own Endangered Species Act (USESA) and possession or being involved in a commercial transaction with any item on this list can be an offence for a US resident. Therefore, it is the potential buyers responsibility to check Federal regulations before bidding for a lot, which comes under these or similar regulations. Please note no license is required to sell or advertise within the EU if items are pre-1947. ONLINE BIDDING Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers offer an online bidding service via for bidders who cannot attend the sale. In completing the bidder registration on and providing your credit card details and unless alternative arrangements are agreed with Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers, you: 1. authorise Mallams Fine Art auctioneers, if they so wish, to charge the credit card given in part or full payment, including all fees, for items successfully purchased in the auction via, and 2. confirm that you are authorised to provide these credit card details to Mallams Fine Art Auctioneers through and agree that Mallams Fine art Auctioneers are entitled to ship the goods to the card holder name and card holder address provided in fulfilment of the sale. Please note that any lots purchased via live auction service will be subject to an additional 3% commission charge + VAT at the rate imposed on the hammer price.

Absentee Bid Form


Sale Date: .................................................................................................... Name: .......................................................................................................... Address: ....................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................... ...................................................................................................................... ...................................................................

Postcode ..................................

Telephone: 1............................................. 2 ............................................... Email: ...........................................................................................................



Brief Description

Price Limit

I hereby request Mallams to bid for the lots listed herewith up to the hammer price stated. The auctioneers, on my behalf, will try to purchase lots for the lowest possible price, in accordance with the usual bidding increments and taking into account the reserve and other bids. I understand that if any bid is successful the total price payable by me is the sum of the final bid and the buyer’s premium (plus VAT). I agree that the bids are made in accordance with the Conditions of Sale as printed in the catalogue.


I understand that absentee bids should be with the auctioneers at least one hour before the commencement of the auction.



Date: ................................


DIRECTIONS TO ST. MICHAEL’S STREET Contrary to current thinking it is still possible to approach Mallams, St. Michael’s Street office by car Follow these simple instructions, ideally with a map to hand:





Buses only


















Eastern Zone Entry/Exit Point


Southern Zone Entry/Exit Point









Southern Zone Exit only








Western Zone Entry/Exit Point













Northern Zone Entry/Exit Point






From the North or East travel down Beaumont Street or Walton Street into Hythe Bridge Street and at The Royal Oxford Hotel and a complicated set of lights turn left into Park End Street (access only). Bear left into Worcester Street and right at the next set of lights into George Street - 1st right into New Inn Hall Street - 1st left into St. Michael’s Street. From the South turn right from Oxpens Road into Park End Street and from the West via Botley Road dog leg right. One small problem between 10am - 6pm there is no access into Cornmarket and vehicles over 5m in length are not permitted. We recommend that vans reverse into the street and others practice three point turns! Welcome.





Closing date: 28 October 2016

For more information or to arrange a free verbal valuation please contact Philip Smith P: 01865 241358 E: Appointments available nationwide

The Picture Sale - 14th July 2016 (Mallams Oxford)  

The Picture Sale - 14th July 2016 (Mallams Oxford)

The Picture Sale - 14th July 2016 (Mallams Oxford)  

The Picture Sale - 14th July 2016 (Mallams Oxford)