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Ackerman-96618 ACKERMANN Gerald R.I. (1876-1960) ‘Sailing – Blakeney’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed on original backing. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1952. 9.5x14.5 inches. £1100. Framed Photo
Adam-95098 ADAM Robert F.R.S.A. (1728-1792) Capriccio. Watercolour. Inscribed verso in an 18thc hand ‘By Mr Adam’. Prov: Fettercairn House. Ex. Collection: Probably Sir William Forbes, 6th Bt. of Pitsligo (1739-1806) and by descent. 5x8 inches. £2600.
Aldridge- ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) ‘107 SA.Gen’, Military Camp, Tuscany. Pencil. Inscribed and dated, June 1945. Provenance: Ian Tregarthen Jenkin (Artist’s Executor). 9x13 inches. Framed: 17x20 inches. £675.

Aldridge-96327 ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) ‘In the Naafi / this morning, Aug.11th.’ Pen and ink. Circa 1940. Inscribed by the artist. Provenance: Artist’s Executor Ian Tregarthen-Jenkins. 4.25x7 inches. Framed: 12.25x15.25 inches. £225.
Aldridge-B77790-60 ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) North Africa; The Convoy Liverpool. Pen and ink. July 1943. Signed with initials and inscribed 'Lectures between decks'. Provenance: The artist's executor, Ian Tregarthen Jenkins. 9.5x13.5 inches. £275
Aldridge-B77790-61 ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) North Africa; Algeria. Pencil. Inscribed and dated, 'Aug 43'. Provenance: The artist's executor, Ian Tregarthen Jenkins. 9.5x14 inches. £375

Aldridge-B77790-62 ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) North Africa; Algeria. Pencil. Inscribed 'La Marsa' and dated, 'Autumn 43'. Provenance: The artist's executor, Ian Tregarthen Jenkins. 10x14 inches. £475
Aldridge-B77790-64 ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) ‘Bousarea (sic: Bouzareah), Algeria. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed and dated, September 1943. Provenance: Artist’s Estate via Ian Tregarthen Jenkin. 7x10 inches. £375.
Aldridge-B77790-67 ALDRIDGE John R.A. (1905-1983) ‘San Severo’, Puglia. Drawn during his wartime advance up the East Coast of Italy. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed and dated, 23rd July, 1944. Provenance: Artist’s Estate via Ian Tregarthen Jenkin. 7x10 inches. £375.

Alexander- ALEXANDER William (1767-1816), family and followers A folder of pencil drawings of Berkshire: Steven's Farm Yard, Hurley. Buckinghamshire: Thames near Marlow. Kent: King John's Palace, Eltham. Eltham Church. Bearstead Church. Dent de Lion Gateway. Leeds Castle. Chalk Church. Roman Tower, Dover Castle. Chapel at Canterbury. Canterbury Castle. Somerset: Joseph of Arimathea's Chapel, Glastonbury. Wales: Conway Castle (3). Some signed, inscribed and dated. £1500. Viewing at the gallery.
Allan-95371 ALLAN Rosemary (Mrs Allan Gwynne-Jones) (1911-2008) The shell cupboard. Ink and gouache. Signed. 14x10 inches. £675.
Allan-96565 ALLAN bt. Sir Alexander (1764-1820) Attributed to A tiger’s den. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1790. 10x13.5 inches. £775.

Allinson-96788 ALLINSON Adrian N.E.A.C. (1890-1959) The banana tree. Oil on canvas. Circa 1935. Signed. 18x22 inches. Framed: 24x28 inches. £4750.
Allinson-framed ALLINSON Adrian N.E.A.C. (1890-1959) A mediterranean village. Oil on canvas. Circa 1930. Exhibited: ‘Adrian Allinson’ Waterman Fine Art, 1989. Provenance: ‘Adrian Allinson Collection /MMs Will Trustees’ stamp verso. 30x25.5 inches. Framed: 36x31 inches. £7750.
Allinson-K06623 ALLINSON Adrian (1890-1959) Turning and Bending; study for the Life. Charcoal and pastel on tan paper. Circa 1930. Signed. 16x23 inches. Framed: 32.5x26 inches. £675.

Allom-92041 ALLOM Thomas (1804-1872) Dartmouth Castle. Pencil and sepia washes. Provenance: Moss Galleries. 3.5x6 inches. Framed: 13x14.75 inches. £575.
Allom-96226 ALLOM Thomas (1804-1872) Soldiers viewing a Swiss or Italian city. Pencil, pen, brush and sepia ink. Circa 1830. 5x7.5 inches. £475.
Anon- ANON. Circle of Anna Zinkeissen (1901-1976) Head of a Nurse. Oil on canvas. Circa 1930. 18x14.25 inches. £1250.

Anon- ANON. 1862. ‘Shadows on the Wall / Ellison Place. Newcastle. 20 December / 1862’. Pencil silhouettes of (recto) ‘H.W’ (Captain Weatherly, Mayor of Newcastle and Chairman of the School of Design) ‘Miss B’ (Miss Alice Boyd) ‘W.B.S’ (William Bell Scott) ‘A.C.S’ (Algernon Charles Swinburne) and ‘D.G.R’ (Dante Gabriel Rossetti) Verso: ‘D. G. R.’ ‘Miss B’ ‘A.G.S’ and ‘J.A’ (James Allen (?). Rossetti was staying at the home of William Bell Scott in Newcastle upon Tyne on 20th December 1962 and drew a portrait of Scott’s mistress Miss Alice Boyd of Penkill Castle that day. Provenance: Alice Boyd of Penkill Castle. Evelyn M Courtney-Boyd Bought 1967 by M. Cayton-Stamm and by descent to the previous owner. 19x20. Framed: 21x22.5 inches. £1800. VERSO Click here
Anon- ANON. Circa 1800. ‘Ambicione…’ Pen and ink, or offset drawing. Inscribed on the backing. 7x7.5 irregular. £225.
Anon-(Rome)-96776 ROME (subject) ANON. Interior: ‘(Santa Maria) in Cosmedin’. Pencil and watercolour. Partially inscribed and dated 1853. 13.75x9.75 inches. £650.

Anon-(Rome)-96777 ROME (subject) ANON. Circa 1850. Figures gathered beneath a massive doorway. Pencil and watercolour. 13x9 inches. £775.
Anon-82889 ANON. Circa 1900. ‘Jaipur; Maharaja College’. Ink and watercolour 0n paper stamped with crest 0f Sawi Madho Singh II(1861-1922). 6x8 inches. £550
Anon-88378 ANON. Circa 1990. Seated Boy, possibly a self-portrait. Oil on canvas. Ex. Collection: Robin Gibson (1944-2010) Head of the NPG Contemporary Department from 1983, Chief Curator from 1994-2001. Instrumental in establishing the BP Portrait Award. 28x21.5 inches. Framed: 32x24.5 inches. £675.

Anon-90288-014 ANON. MONRO SCHOOL Anon. Circa 1800. A West Country Port. Pencil 0n joined sketchbook pages. Initialled ‘(?T).S’ or ‘(?J).S’. 10.5x28.5 inches. Framed: 19x36 inches. £775
Anon-93335 ANON. Costume designer for ‘Maison Lehman’. Circa 1925. ‘Marsfrau’ (‘Martian woman’). Pencil and watercolour design 0n tracing paper for the ballet Aelita, Queen of the Martians. Inscribed. Stamped ‘Maison Lehmann’ to mount. 12x9 inches. £325
Anon-93420 ANON. Circa 1770. Circle of Richard Wilson R.A. (1713-1782) ‘Temple of Venus, Naples’. Pencil and grey wash. Inscribed. Also inscribed ‘P.S’ by Paul Sandby R.A. as his collector’s mark. Inscribed ‘F’. Ex. Collection: Admiral Sir James Hawkins Whitshed (1762-1849) and by descent, to Sotheby’s 14.4.1994. 6.5x9 inches. £675

Anon-93534 ANON Neapolitan Hand. Circa 1830. ‘Veduta del’Castello dell Ovo in Napoli’ (sic). Period gouache in very nice condition. Inscribed verso. 10x16 inches. £700
Anon-93561 ANON. Circa 1800. At the Barber. Pen, brush and ink. Exhibited: Fry Gallery (as Thomas Rowlandson). 8.25x7 inches. £775
Anon-93583 ANON. British. Circa 1790. ‘Oh Button, Button … recd, I am the delicious arches of exquisite sensibility’(?). Ink and watercolour. Indistinctly inscribed verso. Ex. Collection: Ronald Searle by whom believed to be a sketch for ‘Madame Josephine’. 7.25x5.25 inches. £950

Anon-93838 ANON. Circa 1825. Circle of John Augustus Atkinson (1775-1833) Admiring the Military. Oil/panel. 9x12 inches. Original (distressed) frame: 14x16.5 £1,500
Anon-93967 ANON. Circa 1780. Head of a boy. Oil on panel. Panel: 15x12.5 inches. Oval window: 13.5x11.5 inches. Framed: 21.5x19 inches. £2,250
Anon-94110- ANON. Circa 1790. Traveller assaulted, possibly Samuel Butler’s Hudibras. Pen, brush and ink. Associated study in charcoal verso. Ex. Coll: Ronald Searle. 7.75x13.25 inches. £225

Anon-94183 ANON. Circa 1790. River valley, possibly Continental. Watercolour. Exhibited: Spink (as John Warwick Smith). 3.5x6 inches. £975
Anon-94273 ANON. Circa 1830. Icarus. Pen and ink, squared for transfer. Reputed provenance: Christies 16.4.19 (as ‘Richmond’). Sir George Hawley. 19x14.25 inches. £675.
Anon-94903 ANON. Circa 1800. ‘Mr Varmattipan of St Paul’s Churchyard’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed. Attributed at one time to John Boyne (c.1750-1819). 14x9.75 inches. Framed: 14x9.75 inches. £675.

Anon-95492 ANON. Italian hand. Circa 1840. The Temples of Paestum. Gouache. 11.75x15.5 inches. £375.
Anon-95609 ANON. Late 18th century. Wooded river bank. Pen, brush, ink on blue paper. 6.5x9.5 inches. Framed: 15x17.75 inches. £375.
Anon-96473 ANON. Circa 1845. A Peacock feather dress. Oil on Roberson Board, 51 Long Acre (1828-1855) 9x7 inches. £1100.

Anon-96586 ANON. Circa 1830. Portrait of a lady with blue ribbons in her cap. Watercolour and gouache. 6x6 inches. Framed: 8.25x8.25 inches. £100.
Anon-B ANON. Circa 1860. ‘Country Industries – The Stone Breaker’ Pencil, watercolour and gouache. Inscribed and, ‘He has large spectacles to protect his eyes’. 8x8.25 inches. £225.
Anon-Fowey-96778 CORNWALL (Subject) Anon. Circa 1800. ‘Fowey’. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed. 6.25x8.75 inches. Framed: 15.25x17.5 inches. £575.

Anon-Gandy-89299 GANDY Joseph Michael (1771-1843) (Circle/Pupil of) Study of a capital from inside the Pantheon, Rome. Pencil and sepia wash. Inscribed ‘Design J Gandy’, 20.5x15 inches. £1500
Anton-96504 ‘ANTON’ (Antonia Yeoman 1907-1970) “I realise it’s official visiting time...but I don’t think you quite understand…” Pen and ink. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount. Ill: ‘Evening Standard’ 8.2.1965. 4.5x6 inches. Framed: 9.75x10.75 inches. £225.
Apperley-96180 APPERLEY George Owen Wynne R.I. (1884-1960) 'San Remo'. Watercolour. Indistinctly inscribed. Signed and inscribed on the backing. 5.5x3.25 inches. Framed: 16.75x11.5 inches. £875.

Ardizzone-1-96460 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘C’ – ‘The Enchanted Park’. Pen and ink illustrated for p.32, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 2.25x2 inches. Framed: 9.5x9 inches. £375.
Ardizzone-10-96455 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘F’ – ‘Apocalypse’. Pen and ink illustration for p.159, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 3.75x6.5 inches irregular. Framed: 11x13.5 inches. £500.
Ardizzone-11-96453 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘T’ – ‘Animal Spirits’. Pen and ink illustration for p.168, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 6.6x6.25 inches irregular. Framed: 11x13.5 inches. £500

Ardizzone-12-96449 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘The End’. Pen and ink end page illustration for ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ.Michael Joseph, 1955. 3x2.75 inches. Framed: 10.25x9.5 inches £500.
Ardizzone-2-96450 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘I’ – ‘A Touch of the Sun’. Pen and ink illustrated for p.44, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 3x5 inches irregular. Framed: 10.25x11.75 inches. £400.
Ardizzone-4-96458 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘T’ – ‘Beautiful Odd Fish’. Pen and ink illustration for p.75, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 6.25x6.5 inches irregular. Framed: 13.5x13.25 inches. £500.

Ardizzone-6-96461 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘W’ – ‘Lost!’. Pen and ink illustration for p.112, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 4.5x4 inches. Framed: 12x11 inches. £500.
Ardizzone-7-96459 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘I’- ‘Dead End’. Pen and ink illustration for p.127, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 5.25x6 inches. Framed: 12.75x13 inches. £375.
Ardizzone-8-96454 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘W’ – ‘A plea for the Bronze and Stone Men’. Pen and ink illustration for p.136, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 4.75x6.5 irregular. Framed: 12x13.5 inches. £500.

Ardizzone-9-96451 ARDIZZONE Edward R.A. (1900-1979) ‘O’ – ‘Sweet Thames’. Pen and ink illustration for p.156, ‘Pictures on the Pavement’, G.W.Stonier, publ. Michael Joseph, 1955. 3x3.5 inches. Framed: 10.25x10.25 inches. £500.
Armfield-92093 ARMFIELD Maxwell (1881-1957) ‘Sarche’. Coloured chalks. Inscribed and dated, 8th June 1910. 9x7.25 inches. £225
Armour-91125 ARMOUR George Denholm (1864-1949) ‘Guilderstein in Highlands’ / Mrs G: We must leave this horrible place at once Dear. The Keeper has just told me there is disease on the Moor. Good Gracious, the boys might take it!' Pen and ink for ‘Punch', 10th September 1902. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount. 8x11.25 inches. £300.

Armour-91126 ARMOUR George Denholm (1864-1949) ‘New Sportsman, having emptied his gun at many long-range birds without effect “I wish…your dogs would bark or somethin’ when it’s a real sitter a fella could get a proper pot at….” Pen and ink for ‘Punch. Signed. Inscribed beneath the mount. 8x11 inches. £300.
arnold-86972 ARNOLD Graham (b.1932) Castlerigg Stone Circle, Cumberland. Pencil 0n gesso'd hardboard. 11x7 inches. Signed. Exh: Arnold Retrospective, 1992, No.83. £1,500
Ashley-96748 ASHLEY George Aumand (U.S.A. 1898-1989) ‘Aucassin and Nicolette’, design for a dining-room mural in a Norman Manor House, Llewellyn Park, New York. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Lit and ill. p.31 ‘Charm Magazine’, March 1930. 7x4.75 inches. £375.

Austin-69890-61 AUSTIN Robert Sargent R.A. R.W.S. R.E. (1895-1973) Head of a woman. Pencil. Studio stamp, and dated ‘3.(19)31’) 15x10.5 inches. £475
Austin-94600 AUSTIN William Frederick (1833-1899) The Red Mount Chapel in The Walks, Kings Lynn. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1876. 9.5x15.25 inches. £875.
Austin-94601 AUSTIN William Frederick (1833-1899) The Cock Inn, Lakenham, Norfolk. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1870. Signed. The Inn was burnt down in 1908. 9.75x16.25 inches. £700.

Austin-95414 AUSTIN Robert Sargent R.A. R.E. R.W.S. (1895-1973) Woman on stairs. Engraving. Signed. Circa 1935. 9x7 inches. £475.
Badmin-93345 BADMIN Stanley Roy R.E. A.I.A. (1906-1989) ‘Pluckley, Kent: After the Match’. Watercolour. Signed and inscribed, also ‘Last Man In’. Exhibited: RWS 1934. 5.25x9 inches. £1500
Badmin-94337 BADMIN Stanley R.W.S. R.E. F.S.I.A. (1906-1989) Mill near High (?Lane), Essex’. Pen and ink for ‘Highways and Byeways in Essex’, 1939. 8x5.25 inches. £575

Bagdatopoulos-.jpg BAGDATOPOULOS William Spencer R.S.A. (1884-1965) ‘Hut, Malabar Coast’. Watercolour. Circa 1925. Signed. Inscribed verso. 19.5x28.5 inches. £575
Bairnsfather-93099 BAIRNSFATHER Bruce (1887-1959) ‘Never Again! In future I snipe from the ground’. Pen, brush ink and gouache. Signed. Inscribed verso with artist’s address ‘Parkhurst, Isle of Wight’. Ill: The Bystander’s Fragments from France, 1916, p.43. 13.75x9.75 inches. Framed: 21x16 inches. £4750
Bairnsfather-93101 BAIRNSFATHER Bruce (1887-1959) 'Where did that one go to?'. Brush and sepia ink. Signed and inscribed 'Belgium, 1915'. A later version. 13x9 inches. £3250.

Balkanyi-90251 BALKANYI Suzanne (1922-2005) 'La casse-pipe'. Etching. Artist's proof. Signed. 9.75x11.75 inches. £225.
Balkanyi-90376 BALKANYI Suzanne (1922-2005) 'La rue des Lomdards'. Etching. Signed, inscribed and editioned 4/25. 8.25x10.75 inches. £275.
balkanyi-90379 BALKANYI Suzanne (1922-2005) 'Le Gardian de Zoo Chez Lui'. Etching. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 4/50. 6x7 inches. £250

balkanyi-90382 BALKANYI Suzanne (1922-2005) 'Le marché à Gordes I'. Etching. 1965. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 3/35. 11.5x15.5 inches. £250
Banks-95486 BANKS Robert R.I.B.A. (1911-2000) Fontana del Moro, piazza Navona, Rome. Watercolour. Signed and numbered ‘342’. 13x20 inches. Framed: 20x26.5 inches. £1100. Framed Photo
Banting-JV75 BANTING John (1902-1972) ‘The Secret Visit’. Cyanotype. Ink signed, titled and editioned 7/100. Dated 1931. From Set 7 of ‘12 Blue Prints’ (1931-32) Corner mounted by the artist on a backing sheet of brown paper. 9.5x6.5 inches. £5000

Banting-JV76 BANTING John (1902-1972) Untitled. Cyanotype. Ink signed and dated, 1932. From Set 7 of ‘12 Blue Prints’ (1931-32). Corner mounted by the artist on a backing sheet of brown paper. 10x7.5 inches. £5000
Banting-JV77 BANTING John (1902-1972) Untitled. Cyanotype. Ink signed, editioned 7/100 and dated, 1932. From Set 7 of ‘12 Blue Prints’ (1931-32). Corner mounted by the artist on a backing sheet of brown paper. 10x7.75 inches. £2250.
Banting-JV79 BANTING John (1902-1972) Untitled. Cyanotype. Ink signed and dated, 1932. From Set 7 of ’12 Blue Prints’ (1931-32). Corner mounted by the artist on a backing sheet of brown paper. 10x8.25 inches. £5000

Barnard- BARNARD Rev. William Henry (1767-1818) ‘The Arch of Marius near Rome’. Watercolour. Inscribed. 1816. 6x5x9 inches. Framed: 13.75x15.75 inches. £225.
Barrett-96351 BARRETT Roderic (1920-2000) ‘Family of Chairs’. Wood engraving. Signed and inscribed. 2.5x3.75 inches. £225.
Bastin-96525 BASTIN Arthur Dickman (1849-1913) ‘Taking it easy’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and with the artist’s address, 45 Campden Square, verso. 7x10 inches. £625.

Bateman-95032 BATEMAN Henry Mayo (1887-1970) ‘Cans and Cants’. Pen and ink. Signed and inscribed. Provenance: Artist’s family. 8.5x7.25 inches. £975.
Bates-95464 BATES Henry Edward (Exh: 1926-1939) ‘ Edge of a Wood’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed and editioned 22/30. 4.75x6.25 inches. £95
Bawden-96592 BAWDEN Richard R.W.S. R.E. (b.1936) ‘Birthday Bouquet’. Etching and aquatint. Signed, inscribed and editioned 19/75. 16.75x13.25 inches. £225

Baynes-K07287 BAYNES Keith (1887-1977) Collioure. Ink and pastel. Circa 1960. Signed. Exhibited: Bloomsbury Workshop. 8x11 inches. Framed: 13.75x6.5 inches. £300.
Beadle-94970 BEADLE James Prinsep (1863-1947) ‘In the Lake District at Grasmere’. Oil on canvas board. Signed. 12x16 inches. £775.
Beale- BEALE Edward (b.1950) ‘View to Fitzalan Street, Lambeth Walk’. Oil/canvas. Signed and inscribed verso. 21.25x16.25 inches. Framed: 25.5x20.5 inches. £1400

Beauclerk-89459 BEAUCLERK Lady Diana (1734-1808) ‘The Basket Weavers’. Pencil, brush and ‘soot-water’. Circa 1780. 13x9.75 inches. Framed: 21x17 inches. £1500.
Becker BECKER Harry (1865-1928) A Group of watercolours and Drawings. CLICK HERE
Becker- BECKER Harry (1865-1928) A Wenhaston farm labourer. Oil on canvas board. Circa 1914. Provenance: Artist’s Estate to Mrs Prue Loftus. Simon Loftus agrees that the subject is likely one of the local Napthine family. Ill: p.12, ‘Becker’, David Thompson, 2002. 18x15 inches. Framed: 24x21 inches. £9750

Becker- BECKER Harry (1865-1928) The Feather Hat. Lithograph printed in red. 1904. Provenance: Mrs Becker to Mrs Prue Loftus and by descent. 15.75x10.75 inches. £575.
Beer- BEER Richard (1928-2017) ‘San Marco’: the internal courtyard. Etching and aquatint. 1969. Signed, titled and inscribed ‘Artist’s Proof’. 24x18 inches. £350.
Bell-R.A.-96099 BELL Robert Anning R.A. (1863-1933) Kneeling Figure. Charcoal and red chalk. Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1934. 14x8.5 inches. Framed: 22.75x17 inches. £1950. Framed Photo

Bell-V-96371 BELL Vanessa (1879-1961) ‘Borgo Sansepolcro’, Tuscany. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1952. 19.5x12 inches. Framed: 28x19.5 inches. £7500. Framed Photo
Bellingham-Smith-84302 BELLINGHAM-SMITH Elinor (1906-1988) ‘Ploughed Field’. Oil/canvas. Signed. Exhibited: New Grafton Gallery. 19x29 inches. Framed: 24x34 inches. £675
Bentley- BENTLEY Nicolas (1907-1978) ‘Boris Vian (1920-1959) Pen and ink for the Sunday Times. Signed. 4.5x5.5 inches. Framed: 11x11.25 inches. £475

Berg-60108-A BERG Adrian R.A. (1929-2011) Tree study, Regents Park. Oil/canvas. One of 12 panels originally forming a canvas titled ‘A lane between two trees – Regents Park. October 1966’. Exhibited: Arthur Tooth. 13x11.25 inches. £375
Blamey-95365 BLAMEY Norman R.A. O.B.E. (1914-2000) ‘The Vice Chancellor’. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. Exhibited: The Discerning Eye, 1997. The Fine Art Society, March 2003. Study for the portrait of Sir Harry Pitt (1914-2005) Vice-Chancellor of Reading University (1964-1978), Reading University Collection. £1250. Framed Photo
Blampied-91290 BLAMPIED Edmund R.B.A. R.E. (1886-1966) ‘The Lost Purse’. Chalk. Signed and inscribed. 10.5x9.5 inches. Framed: 17x16 inches. £800

Bliss-95559 BLISS Douglas Percy (1900-1984) ‘Hebridean Cottage’. Oil on canvas. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1932, verso stretcher. 20x24 inches. £1950.
Blum-91067 BLUM Jerome (1884-1956) Boy, Tahiti. Pastels. Signed and dated, 1921. Ex.Collection: Cecil Harmsworth. 16x12 inches. £250
Bomberg-95521 BOMBERG David (1890-1957) Landscape, Palestine. Pencil. Signed. Drawn 1923-27. Ex.Collection: Windham T. Vint, Bradford. 10x13 inches. Framed 19x21 inches. £2250. Framed Photo

Bone- BONE Stephen (1904-1958) ‘Carfax, Oxford’. Oil on panel. Circa 1935. Signed. Exhibited: Goupil Gallery. 14x11 inches. Framed: 19x16 inches. £2500.
Bone-90205 BONE Muirhead Sir N.E.A.C. (1876-1953) ‘The Sardinian Embassy’, Lincoln's Inn Fields. Graphite and chalk. Circa 1905. Signed and indistinctly inscribed, also on the artist’s label. 11x8.5 inches. Framed: 20x17 inches. £975.
Bone-93559 BONE Sir Muirhead N.E.A.C. (1876-1963) ‘Gerona Cathedral’. Pencil, ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Ex. Collection Oswald Birley. 9x12 inches. Framed: 18.5x21 inches. £475

Bone-94964 BONE Stephen N.E.A.C. (1904-1958) ‘Ile de Re’. Oil on panel. 1938. Signed. Inscribed and Studio stamp verso. Exhibited: No.28, ‘Stephen Bone’, Abbott and Holder, 2010. 14x10 inches. Framed: 18x14 inches. £1100.
Borgex-92936 BOURGEOIS-BORGEX Louis (1873-1959) The Bridge at Avignon. Pen, brush, Indian ink and charcoal. Circa 1895. Signed. 12x19 inches. £350
Borgex-92936-015- BOURGEOIS-BORGEX Louis (1873-1959) Reading by lamplight. Charcoal and white chalk. Dated (18)’96’. 11.75x8.25 inches. Framed: 19x14.25 inches. £475

bough-95272 BOUGH Sam R.S.A. (1822-1878) ‘Leith’, Edinburgh. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed on backing. 4x6.25 inches. £475.
Bourgeois-borgex-92936-021 BOURGEOIS-BORGEX Louis (1873-1959) Woman seated in a landscape. Pen, ink crayon and white chalk on tan paper. Circa 1895. Provenance: A group of works by the artist sold at Christies SK 19.5.1015. 7.5x12.5 inches. £225.
Boutet-de-Monvel-94358 BOUTET de MONVEL Bernard (1881-1949) Airmen preparing for flight. Pencil, pen and ink. Circa 1915. Estate stamp Provenance: Sothebys, Paris, Boutet de Monvel Estate Sale 5/6 April 2016.. 8x16.5 inches. £975.

Brabazon- BRABAZON Hercules Brabazon N.E.A.C. (1821-1906) Landscape, probably Italian. Pastels. Signed. 6.75x9.5 inches. Framed: 15x17.25 inches. £575.
Brangwyn-B96607 BRANGWYN Sir Frank R.A. R.W.S. (1867-1956) ‘Buttress of the Pont Neuf, Paris (small) (WG.279A). Etching. Proof. 14x8.75 inches. £225.
Bratby-95366 BRATBY John R.A. (1928-1992) ‘Nell Dunn’ (b.1936) Pencil. Circa 1958. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: ‘John Bratby Retrospective’, Sandford Gallery, Covent Garden, 1980. 22x14.75 inches. £1250.

Bresslern-Roth-91112 BRESSLERN-ROTH Norbertine (1891-1978) ‘St Hubert I’. Linocut printed in colours. 1925. Signed. 11x11 inches. £1,100
Brockhurst-2.jpg BROCKHURST Gerald R.A. R.E. (1890-1978) ‘A Ballynakill Woman’ (Fletcher 53). Etching. From an edition of 107. Signed. 5.5x4 inches. £450
Brockhurst-3 BROCKHURST Gerald R.A. R.E. (1890-1978) ‘Le Beguin – Anais’ (Fletcher 33). Etching. Third State. From an edition of 76. 1922. Signed 5.5x3.5 inches. £750

Brook-96767 BROOK Peter (1927-2009) ‘Barnsley Way’; probably the Frickley Colliery slagheap Oil on canvas. Signed and inscribed. 12x12 inches. Framed: 13x13 inches. £2350.
Brooke- BROOKE Leonard Leslie (1862-1940) ‘The Truth About Old King Cole’. Pen, ink and watercolour design for George Francis Hill’s 1910 children’s book. 9x6.5 inches. £225.
Broughal-96104 BROUGHAL Peter (Mid 20th century, Irish) ‘Arainneach (sic. Airchinnech: ‘The Leader’) The Aran’s’, Co Galway. Oil on canvas laid on board. Circa 1940. Signed. Inscribed verso. 16x13 inches. £375.

brun LE BRUN Christopher P.R.A. (b.1951) ‘Study for Fafner’. Oil/canvas. 1993-94. Exh: Marlborough Fine Art. 19.75x27.5 inches. £10,000
Brunton- BRUNTON Winifred Mabel (1880-1959) ‘Seti I’. Oil on ivory. Signed. For ‘Kings and Queens of Ancient Egypt, portraits by Winifred Brunton with histories by Eminent Egyptologists’, publ.1924, or ‘Great Ones of Ancient Egypt, portraits by Winifred Brunton with historical studies by various Egyptologists’, publ.1929. 5x4 inches (irregular) Framed: 9.5x7.75 inches. £1250.
Bryden-93284 BRYDEN Robert (1865-1939) ‘Walt Whitman’. Woodcut. 14x10 inches. £225

Buck-96585 BUCK Adam (1759-1833) ‘Mrs Stephens / Mother of S.M.Davy) / daughter and heiress of Capt Wallis / & co-heiress of the families of Hearle & Paynter / Mrs Samuel Stephen nee Betty Wallis’. Samuel Stephens M.P for St Ives and High Sherriff of Cornwall married Miss Wallis in 1796. Sarah-Maria their only daughter married Rev Charles William Davy. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1823. Inscribed verso. 5.5x4.5 inches. £1100.
buckler-83957 BUCKLER John Chessell F.R.S. (1793-1894) ‘South View of Windsor Castle’. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated 1830. 11x17 inches. £1250
buckler-web-89309 BUCKLER John F.S.A. (1770-1851) Hampshire. ‘East Front of Bramshill House’. Pencil and grey washes. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘1818’. 11x18 inches. £775 (£2750 the set of 4)

buckler-web-89310 BUCKLER John F.S.A. (1770-1851) Hampshire. ‘South West View of Bramshill House, the Seat of Sir John Mordaunt Cope, Bart’. Pencil ad grey washes. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘1818’. 11x18 inches. £775 (£2750 the set of 4)
buckler-web-89311 BUCKLER John F.S.A. (1770-1851) Hampshire. ‘South East View of Bramshill House’ Pencil and grey washes. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘1818. 11x18 inches. £775 (£2750 the set of 4)
buckler-web-89312 BUCKLER John F.S.A. (1770-1851) Hampshire. ‘South East View of Bramshill House’ Pencil and grey washes. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘1818. 11x18 inches. £775 (£2750 the set of 4)

Bunbury-74032 BUNBURY Henry William (1750-1811) A Rustic family. Pen, brush and sepia ink. Circa 1780. Ex.Collection: Ronald Searle 11x14 inches. £875
Burne-Jones- BURNE-JONES Sir Edward (1833-1898) Studies for ‘Love and the Pilgrim’ (Oil. Tate Britain ) Black and red chalks on tan paper. 1896-97. Ex.Collection: Arthur (Dick) Dufty P.R.S.A. (1911-1993) 15.75x12.25 inches. £4250
Burne-Jones-96524 BURNE-JONES Sir Edward A.R.A. (1833-1898) Study for a Saint, possibly for stained glass. Black chalk on tan paper, lightly squared. Circa 1885. Provenance: Probably Angela Thirkell (nee Mackail) to Abbott and Holder circa 1958. Bought from A and H c.1965. 15x10 inches. Framed: 20x16 inches. £2750.

Burney-95631 BURNEY Edward Francis (1760-1848) The arrival of a Royal bride. Pen and ink. Provenance: Stanhope Shelton. 2x4 inches octagonal. £375.
Burra-02 BURRA Edward (1905-1976) Reclining Nude. Pen and ink. Circa 1925. Provenance: A sketchbook of figure studies, Burra Sale (Estate of the artist’s sister Lady Ritchie of Dundee) Sotheby’s, 3.7.2002. 10.25x16.5 inches. £975.
Burra-03 BURRA Edward (1905-1976) Reclining Nude. Pen and ink. Circa 1925. Provenance: A sketchbook of figure studies, Burra Sale (Estate of the artist’s sister Lady Ritchie of Dundee) Sotheby’s, 3.7.2002. 10.25x16.5 inches. £1250.

Burra-04 BURRA Edward (1905-1976) Torso study. Pen and ink. Circa 1925. Provenance: A sketchbook of figure studies, Burra Sale (Estate of the artist’s sister Lady Ritchie of Dundee) Sotheby’s, 3.7.2002. 16.5 x 10.5 inches. £975.
Burra-96284 BURRA Edward (1905-1976) Pastora Imperio (1887-1979) Spanish flamenco dancer and actress. Pencil, ink and watercolour. Studio stamp. Provenance: Artist’s Estate Sale, Lot 327, Sothebys, 3.7.2002. 26.5x18.25 inches. Framed: 34.75x26.25 inches. £9500. Framed Photo
Burton-96409 BURTON Nancy Jane (1891-1072) Waterway near Rawalpindi. Watercolour. Signed. 6x7 inches. £300.

Callow-96883 CALLOW William R.W.S. (1812-1908) ‘East Lyn’, Exmoor. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 3rd September 1849. 10x14 inches. £1100.
calman-90521 CALMAN Mel (1931-1994) Shoe courtship. Pencil. Signed and inscribed. 7x9 inches. Framed: 11.25x13.5 inches. £300
Calman-95808 CALMAN Mel (1931-1994) ‘Cement …’. Pencil. Signed and inscribed. Ex. Collection: Charles Knevitt. 7x7.25 inches. £375.

Caloutsis-91339 CALOUTSIS Valerios (b.1927) Landscape. Oil/canvas. Signed and dated, 1958. Inscribed verso ‘Paris 1958’. 23.5x28.5 inches. Framed: 24.5x29.5 inches. £1500
Camp-95052 CAMP Jeffry R.A. (b.1923) ‘Cleopatra’s Needle’. Oil on board. Exhibited: Arts Council, 1985. 12.5x32.37 Framed: 13.5x35.75 inches. £2750.
Campbell-96258 CAMPBELL James (b.1942) ‘The Bay II’. Charcoal, pastel and ink. Signed. 13.75x20 inches. Framed: 23.5x28.75 inches. £675.

Carr-96432 CARR Claudia (b.1965) Head of a Young Man. Oil on canvas. Signed and date, 2001, verso. 20x17.5 inches. Framed: 22x17.5 inches. £1600.
Carter-1 CARTER Samuel John (1835-1892) A bullfight: parts I and II. Black chalk, possibly lithographic crayon, heighten with white. Each signed and dated, 1853. The Pair: 14x20.5 inches. The Pair: £975.
Carter-2 CARTER Samuel John (1835-1892) A bullfight: parts I and II. Black chalk, possibly lithographic crayon, heighten with white. Each signed and dated, 1853. The Pair: 14x20.5 inches. The Pair: £975.

Carter-96082 CARTER Samuel John (1835-1892) ‘Charter’s Dream, A Merry Christmas’. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1882.Inscribed verso to Mr Emerson. 6x4.5 inches. £125.
Ceria-95339 CERIA Edmond (1884-1955) Pres de la Port, Concarneau. Oil on canvas. Signed. Exhibited: Exposition Ceria, Gallerie / Collection Andre Schoeller, Paris, 1939 (remains label verso) . 10.5x13.75 inches. Framed: 16x19 inches. £1400.
Chalon-96582 CHALON Alfred Edward R.A. (1780-1860) ‘Sir William Geary 3rd Bt. (1810-1877) M.P. for Kent in 1832. Watercolour. Exhibited: Agnews (No.46385). 17.25x12.75 inches. 17.25x13 inches (shaped) £1100.

Chappell-92494 CHAPPELL Billy (William) (1907-1994) Soho: set design for a ballet or musical revue. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1950. Provenance: the artist’s estate. 13.75x17 inches. Framed: 22x24.5 inches. £1100
Chappell-92495 CHAPPELL Billy (1907-1994) Pierrot and Pierrette. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1935. Provenance: Artist’s estate. 12x9 inches. £225.
Chappell-B92498-089 CHAPPELL Billy (William) (1907-1994) Costume design for Jester or Fool. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1948. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 15x11 inches. £250

Chappell-B92498-135 CHAPPELL Billy (William) (1907-1994) Costume design ‘Mormon / Larry Drew’. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed, and dated, 1948. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 15x10 inches. £150
Chappell-B92498-136 CHAPPELL Billy (William) (1907-1994) Pantomime costume design for ‘Dick Whittington’. Pencil, ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed, ‘Clare / Hayden / Clifford’. Circa 1948. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 14x10 inches. £225
Charles-90942 CHARLES James (1851-1906) Figure studies. Pencil. Signed / Studio stamp. Exh: Fine Art Society, 1968. 8.25x10.25 inches. Framed: 16x17 inches. £475.

Charlton-95281 CHARLTON George N.E.A.C. (1899-1979) Old Street: outside St Lukes’ Church. Oil on board. Circa 1924.Painted as the left-hand panel for a WWI Memorial Triptych. Provenance: Artist’s Studio (label verso). 23.5x10.5 inches. £1500.
Cheeseman-94415 CHEESMAN Harold R.S.A. (1915-1982) ‘Sea and Sky 1’. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1972, label verso. Exhibited: Leonie Jonleigh Gallery. 13.5x15.5 inches. Framed: 22.5x24.5 inches. £250
Chelsea- CHELSEA: The Royal Hospital. ‘J. Gordon’. 1808. ‘Court Martial upon General Whitelocke / Chelsea College, Jan.28th 1808’. Ink and watercolour. Indistinctly?signed verso. The General Court Martial of Whitelocke (1757-1833) who had failed to seize Buenos Aires from the Spanish Empire, surrendered and also lost Montevideo in 1807. He was found guilty of all but one charge and cashiered. 7x10.75 inches. £1750.

Chevska- CHEVSKA Maria (b.1948) ‘Untitled (MC-SO-25) Oil/board. Signed and dated, 1987 verso. Exhibited: Bernard Jacobson Gallery. 12x7.5 inches. £475
chinnery-88179_0 CHINNERY George (1774-1852) Chinese figures V. Verso: Chinese figures.
Pencil. Inscribed by the artist in Gurney’s shorthand.
7x9 inches.
£475
churcher-84789 CHURCHER Peter (b.1964 Australia) Two cats. Etching. Pencil signed, dated 1985 and dedicated ‘For Kenneth and Diana’. 5x5.5 inches. £225

Cipriani-95636 CIPRIANI Giovanni Battista R.A. (1727-1785) Composition study for a ceiling. Pencil. Provenance: a group of 7 Cipriani drawings, Christies 3 July, 2007. 6x6.75 inches. Framed: 14x14 inches. £375.
Clarke- CLARK John Cosmo R.A. (1897-1967) ‘A stokes gun class at Akaba’. Oil/canvas. Signed. Provenance: Works from the Studios of Jean Clark RWS and the late Cosmo Clark RWS, Bankside Gallery, 1983. no.100. Ill: T.E. Lawrence, Revolt in the Desert. Exhibited: T. E. Lawrence: Lawrence of Arabia, 1988. National Portrait Gallery. 19.5x15 inches. £8000
Clarke-Chichester-96394 CHICHESTER-CLARK Emma (b.1956) Dancers in a garden. Gouache and pastel. Signed. 25x20 inches. Framed: 33.5x28.5 inches. £775.

Clausen-96695 CLAUSEN Sir George R.A. R.W.S. (1852-1944) Ludlow Castle from the South East. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. 9x11.25 inches. Framed: 16x18 inches. £1350. Framed Photo
cleveley-88363 CLEVELEY John Jnr (1747-1786) Portugal; Lisbon, the Placa do Comercio. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Prov: An album of watercolours and drawings executed during Cleveley’s voyage to Portugal in July-December 1775; Sothebys, November, 1983. Exh: John Cleveley Jnr’s Voyage to Portugal, 1775, A&H, Jan 1984. 11x19 inches. £4000
Cleveley-94496 CLEVELEY JNR John (1847-1786) The Original Drawings for Twelve Views in Surry (sic) & Kent, Published by Carington Bowles, 1st October 1770. CLICK HERE

Cleveley-K07154 CLEVELEY John Jnr (1747-1786) ‘The landing place at Belisle’ with a Portuguese ‘Muletta’ in the foreground; Belle Isle, off Brittany. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: ‘A Journey to Portugal, 1775, Watercolours by John Cleveley’, Abbott and Holder, January 1984.Provenance: An Album of c. 29 of Cleveley’s watercolours dated July 1775, Sotheby’s, 1983. 11.5x18.5 inches. £1750.
Cliffe- CLIFFE Henry (1919-1983) Composition. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1966. 15x22 inches. £475.
Cobb-95534 COBBE Alec (b.1945) Country House, Autumn. Oil on board. Signed. 8.75x11.75 inches. Framed: 12x15.5 inches. £775.

Coburn-92931 COBURN Frederick Simpson (Canadian 1871-1960) Canadian Winter. Wood cut printed in colours. 1905. Proof. 14x11.5 inches. £1100
Collingwood- COLLINGWOOD William Gershom (1854-1932) ‘The Crags of Levenswater’. Oil/canvas. Signed and dated, 1919. Label inscribed by the artist verso. 24x30 inches. Framed: 33x39 inches. £4000
Conder-91085 CONDER Charles N.E.A.C. (1868-1909) Capriccio: Spring and Sea. Oil/panel. Circa 1905. Prov: William Rothenstein, his grand-daughter. 12.75x16 inches. £8,000

Conroy-92916 CONROY Stephen (b.1964) ‘Self-Portrait with Hat’. Etching. Signed and editioned 2/35. 8.25x6.25 inches. Framed: 20.25x16.75 inches. £875
Cooke-edward-91981 COOKE Edward William R.A. F.R.S. (1811-1880) Egypt. ‘The Gate of the Nile. Assouan’. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated 24th Feb 1874. 4.75x7 inches. £475
Coop-96517 COOP Hubert R.B.A. (1872-1953) Lowestoft pier. Watercolour. Circa 1900. Signed. 13.5x19.25 inches. £875.

Copley-96619 COPLEY John P.R.B.A. S.C. (1875-1950) A Bohemian on the street. Watercolour. Circa 1910. Signed. 24x14 inches. £1500Framed Photo
Copnall-81574 COPNALL John (1928-2007) 'Street Scene'. Monotype. Signed and dated, 1956. 15.75x9.25 inches. £475.
corbould-89647 CORBOULD Richard (1757-1831) ‘Theodosius & Constantia’. Illustration to Charles Cooke’s 1800 edition of Constantia and Theodosius by John Langhorne (Publ. 1711). 5x3 inches. £570

corbould-89649 CORBOULD Richard (1757-1831) ‘Miss Darnford bringing to Mr B / the news of the birth of a son / Lett. 18’. Illustration for an 1802 edition of Pamela; or, Virtue Rewarded by Samuel Richardson (Publ. 1740). Pencil and watercolour. 5x3.5 inches. £600
corbould-89654 CORBOULD Richard (1757-1831) Cartouche for an illustration to Book IV Chap 6 a 1798 edition of Rev. William Dodd’s The Sisters; or, the History of Lucy and Caroline Sanson, entrusted to a false friend (Publ. 1754). 5.5x3.5 inches. £325
corbould-89656 CORBOULD Richard (1757-1831) Cartouche for a book illustration. Circa 1800. 6x4 inches. £325

corbould-89657 CORBOULD Richard (1757-1831) Cartouche for an illustration to Charles Cooke’s 1800 edition of Constantia and Theodosius by John Langhorne (Publ. 1711). 5.5x3.5 inches. £325.
cotman-90743 COTMAN John Sell (1782-1842) Garden study. Pencil. Provenance: Margaret Birdwell, great-grand-daughter of the artist. 7.5x9.5 inches. £3500
Cotman-96145 COTMAN John Sell (1782-1842) ‘Italian Peasant at a fountain in the Valley of Corriati’. Pencil, watercolour, four paste and gum arabic. Signed and dated, 1832. Exhibited: No.304, Society of Painters in Watercolours 1833; No.77, Norfolk and Suffolk Institution (Norwich Society) 1833; No.99, ‘John Sell Cotman’ Exhibition, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1982. Cat. lit.p.130. Prov: Sotheby’s 19.3.1981 to Stanhope Shelton. 15.75x11 inches. Framed: 24.5x19.25 inches. £8750

Cotman-96470 COTMAN John Sell (1782-1842), and pupil, possibly a member of the Turner family. Tree-lined stream. Black and white chalks on tan paper. Provenance: Mary Dawson Turner (1774-1850) her grand-daughter Alice Sneyd-Kynnersley (1891-1972) to her daughter Elizabeth Tower, to her great-nephew (previous owner) 11.5x9.25 inches. £2250.
Cotman-96657 OTMAN Miles Edmund (1810-1858) (Attributed to) Study of church pews. Watercolour. Circa 1835. 12x8.75 inches. £475.
Cowie-96625 COWIE James R.S.A. R.W.S. (1886-1956) ‘Still-life with gloves, glass and book’. Black chalk and watercolour. Circa 1930. Ex.Coll: Bet Low (1924-2007), ‘Bet Low Trust / From the Studio of Bet Low / BLT1 – 104’ stamp verso of backing. Exhibited: ‘James Cowie’, Bourne Fine Art, December 1987. Exhibited: Roger Billcliffe Gallery. 8.25x11 inches. Framed: 19x21.5 inches. £6250. Framed Photo

Cowles-94874 COWLES Fleur (Mrs Atherton Pettingell 1937-1946) (1908-2009) Boatyard, Maine. Gouache. Signed and dated, 1938. 14.5x19.75 inches. £975.
Cox-96319 COX David O.W.S. (1783-1859) ‘The French Coast’. Pencil. Exhibited: Agnews (No.19258) 4.25x6.75 inches. Framed: 9.75x11.75 inches. £325.
Crane-94788 CRANE Walter (1845-1915) ‘My Mother’. Pen and ink. Signed. Inscribed verso ‘End Paper (recto) / ‘My Mother’. Crane wrote the poem ‘My Mother’ in 1875. 10.5x8.5 inches. £600.

Crane-94789 CRANE Walter (1845-1915) ‘My Mother’. Pen and ink. Signed. Inscribed verso ‘End Paper (verso) / ‘My Mother’. Crane wrote the poem ‘My Mother’ in 1875. 10.5x8.5 inches. £600.
Crawhall-93789 CRAWHALL Joseph (1861-1913) Seated figures. Pencil. Ex. Collections: H.C Green, his Sale Sothebys, 10th October 1962; Michael Ingram (1917-2005) and by descent. 13x8 inches. £350.
crichton-stuart-90148-14 CRICHTON-STUART Lady James (Hannah Tighe 1800-1872) 'Villa Doria Garden, Genoa'. Watercolour. Inscribed beneath the mount. 9x15 inches. Framed: 17x23 inches. £1,500

Cross-94778 CROSS Peter (b.1951) ‘Chateau de la Roguergue’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1991. Ill: ‘Wine Rack, wine guide’, Winter 1991. Exhibited: Beetles Gallery, ‘Peter Cross’, 1992. 4.25x3 inches. Framed: 13x10.5 inches. £400.
Crotch-94847 CROTCH Dr William (1775-1847) Path between Woodperry and Beckley, Oxfordshire. Pencil, watercolour and ink. Signed, dated Sept 24th 1802 and inscribed ‘No.14 of ye 8th (?) Woodperry del… Beckley’. 10.75x17.5 inches. Framed: 20.5x27 inches. £1500.
Crowquill-01 ‘CROWQUILL Alfred’ (Alfred H Forrester 1804-1872) 11 pen and ink caricatural drawings by Crowquill bound into a mss. bibliography / biography written by G J Lawley (1844-1935). 9x7 inches the book. £875. CLICK HERE TO VIEW

Cruikshanks-82768 CRUIKSHANK William (fl.1866-1890) Apple Blossom and Eggs. Watercolour. Signed. 6x10 inches. Framed: 15x17 inches. £475
Cundall-94550 CUNDALL Charles R.A. R.W.S. (1890-1971) The roofs of Assisi. Oil on canvas. Signed. Exhibited: Phoenix Gallery, Lavenham. 16x24 inches. Framed: 21x28.5 inches. £1500.
D'oyly-K07397 D'OYLY Sir Charles (1781-1845) Italian Sunset. Gouache. Exh: Sabin Galleries. 2.5x4 inches. £275.

Dalby-92671 DALBY Claire R.W.S. R.E. (b.1944) ‘Polesden Lacey’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed and editioned 209/250. From the series of wood engravings ‘The Great Storm of October 1987 and its aftermath’, the Society of Wood Engravers. 3x4.5 inches. £75
Daly-93570 DALEY Jehan (1918-2001) Reading and modelling. Red, white and black chalks on blue paper. Exhibited: Agnews (No.37297) 8.25x11.25 inches. Framed: 16x18.25 inches. £475.
Dance-93414 DANCE-HOLAND Sir Nathaniel (1735-1811) A Gothick horror. Pen, brush and grey/blue washes. Exh: William Drummond. 8x7.5 inches. £1250

Dance-Holland-95712 DANCE-HOLLAND Sir Nathaniel R.A. (1735-1811) Kings and a general expelling a figure – not at all like Napoleon – towards ‘Elba’. Pencil. 8x12.5 inches. £475.
Daniels-96624 DANIELS Alfred R.W.S. (1924-2015) ‘The Red Boat, Hastings’. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: R.W.S. Bankside Gallery. 10x16.75 inches. £675.
Dargouge-96494 DARGOUGE Georges Edmond (1897-1990) La Promenade au Bois. Charcoal and gouache. Exhibited: Cat.no. 41, ‘Nineteenth Century French Drawings’ June/July 1985, Hazlitt, Gooden and Fox. 13x20.5 inches. Framed: 20.25x27.5 inches. £1750. Framed Photo

Dark-Oils-1 DARK Lieutenant Philip R.N.V.R. (1918-2008) ‘Oil of Ray Taylor painting’, POW Camp Marlag O, Westertimke, Lower Saxony. Oil and cotton sheeting (‘Sacking of a clothing parcel’, lit.p.42, Dark ‘Look Back This Once’) Lieutenant H Ray Taylor RNVR (c.1913-1954) was second-in-command of a motor gunboat sunk in the channel in mid 1942 and he taken to Marlag O. Before and after the War he was Art Master at Ermystead Grammar School, Skipton. 21.5x20.5 inches. £1500
davis-90035 DAVIS Edward Thomson (1833-1867) ‘Miss Cole, Worcester’. Oil/paper. Inscribed to the original backing. Exhibited: Maas Gallery, 1968. 24.5x17cms. Framed: 45x36cms. £2,500
Davis-96482 DAVIS John Scarlett (1804-1845) South Lodge, Bromley Hill Estate. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1830. Inscribed verso: ‘Bromley Hill / Beckenham Lodge / Scarlett Davis’. A cottage orne designed by Amelia Long (nee Hume) Lady Farnborough (1772-1837) in 1825 for Colonel Long and a part of her improvements to the Bromley Hill Estate. Davis was commissioned by Lord Farnborough to paint the interiors of the Vatican and the Escorial in 1831. Ex.Collection: Newall. 7.5x9.25 inches. £1200. Photo

Dayes-96120 DAYES Edward (1763-1804) Norwich Cathedral, from the South. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated on the original washline mount (fragment verso). Exhibited: Fine Art Society, 1945. Leger Galleries, 1986. 8.5x6.5 inches. Framed: 17.5x15 inches. £2750.
De-Wint-K06710 DE WINT Peter O.W.S. (1784-1849) Half-timbered farmhouse. Watercolour. Circa 1830. 9x12.5 inches. Framed: 16.5x20 inches. £4,000
Denis-92205 DENIS Maurice (1870-1943) ‘Solitude’. Lithograph printed in black. One of four images printed in an edition of 25 each in two states each ( red, and black). Examplaire ‘J’. Signed and inscribed ‘J’ in pencil. Printed, published and stamped by Galerie des Peintures-Graveurs. Edmond Frapier, 32 rue Victor-Masse. Paris. (Fl.1920-1934) 7.25x10.5 inches. £250.

Devis-93914 DEVIS Anthony (1729-1816) ‘Hurst Castle’. Ink and watercolour. Exhibited: Agnews, 1960. 5.25x8 inches. £475
Dickens-64702 DICKENS Frank (1931-2016) ‘Bristow’: Getting to Work. Pen and ink for the ‘Evening Standard’ 4x18 inches. £75.
Dixon-93712 DIXON Frederick Clifford (1902-1992) ‘Regent Street’. Etching. 1927. Printed by the artist in the 1980s. Signed. 12.25x11 inches. £500

Dobree- DOBREE Valentine (1894-1974) Still-life. Oil on board. Circa 1930. 28x22 inches. Framed: 27.5x33 inches. £8750.
Dodd- DODD Joseph Josiah (1809-1894) ‘The West front of Milan Cathedral’. Ink and watercolour over some etched line. Signed and inscribed. 26.25x21.25 inches. Framed: 28x43 inches. £4250.
dodd-90983 DODD Francis R.A. (1874-1949) Admiral Sir Henry Harvey Bruce K.C.B. M.V.O. (186201948) Commodore of Rosyth Dockyard, 1915. Drypoint. 1919. Signed. 8.75x6.75 inches. £600

Dodd-93176 DODD Francis R.A. (1874-1949) ‘Charles Cundall R.A. R.W.S. R.P. (1890-1971) (Schwabe 171.v) Drypoint. 1926. Signed. 17.75x11.75 inches. Framed: 27x20 inches. £2000
Dodd-94313 DODD Francis R.A. (1874-1949) Seated girl. Chalks. Signed and dated, 1905. Provenance: Covent Garden Gallery. 15x11 inches. £575.
Dodd-95223 DODD Francis R.A. (1874-1949) ‘Avila’. Watercolour. Signed and dated. 9x14 inches. £375.

Dorset-(Anon)-94912 DORSET subject. Circle of Captain Francis Grose F.S.A. (1731-1791) Christchurch. Priory House, Ink and watercolour. Circa 1770. 9x15 inches. Framed: 17x22.5 inches. £475.
Dring-96307 DRING William (1904-1990) ‘Elizabeth and Robin’. Oil on card. Signed. Inscribed verso by the artist. 15x11 inches. Framed: 22x17.5 inches. £875.
Drummond--96167 DRUMMOND Malcolm (1880-1945) London roadworks. Pencil on sketchbook page. Provenance: Margaret Drummond. 8x6 inches as mounted. The page 9.25x7 inches. £475.

Drummond-87125 DRUMMOND Malcolm L.G. (1880-1945) At the window. Pencil. Circa 1910. Inscribed verso ‘MCD 179’. 13x9.5 inches. £975
Du-maurier-96604 DU MAURIER George (1834-1896) ‘A Contented Mind / “Oh Mama we have had such fun. Fancy, we’ve been doing private theatricals, and all of us took a part” “Indeed, and what part did you all take?” “Oh, the part of those who look on and clap their hands, you know”. Pen and ink. Signed. Dated, 1872. Inscribed verso. 7x10.5 inches. £1800.
Du-Plessis-91229 DU PLESSIS Enslin (1894-1978) ‘The Nile near Kassil Kheir’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 10x13.75 inches. £225

Dulac- DULAC Edmund (1882-1953) 'Our Musical Hope': Sir Thomas Beecham (1879-1961) conducting at the Queen's Hall. Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1915. Inscribed on the original backing. Exhibited: International Society of Sculptors, Painters and Gravers, Spring Exhibition, 1915, as ‘Notre Espoire Musicale’.13.5x11 inches. Framed: 20x16 inches. £6250.
Dunstan-96395 DUNSTAN Bernard R.A. (1920-2017) Falling Light: figure study. Pencil and pastels. Signed. 10.5x7 inches. Framed: 17x13.5 inches. £1750. Framed Photo
Dunstan-96530 DUNSTAN Bernard R.A. (1920-2017) Reflection in a mirror. Pastel. Ex. Collection: Manya Igel, a gift from the artist. 4.25x3.5 inches. £575.

Duval-93783 DUVAL Eustache-Francois (fl.1784-1836) (attributed to) Capriccio: ruined fort. Gouache. Inscribed verso ‘ Alp N.M. Marderard, paysagiste XVIII siecle’. Ex. Collection: Henry Rogers Broughton, 2nd Lord Fairhaven (1900-1973) 8x11 inches. £575.
East-K07013 EAST Sir Alfred R.A. (1844-1913) ‘Algeciras, Spain’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed. 9x12.5 inches. Framed: 17.5x21.25 inches. £2000.
Eldridge-93968-4 ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S. (1909-1991) The Flautist, a study for ‘Musicians and Bee-Keepers’: ‘Dance of Life’ series, 1951. (Glyndwr University) Pencil, pen, brush and sepia ink. 1950-51. Signed. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 14.5x12.25 inches. £975.

Eldridge-94265 ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S. (1909-1991) ‘Wall Butterfly, and Tortoiseshell’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed. 9.75x8 inches. £775
Eldridge-94266 ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S. (1909-1991) ‘Aigalieres’ (sic Aigelieres), the Aude. Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1964. 10x14 inches. £1250.
Eldridge-94268 ELDRIDGE Mildred R.W.S. (1909-1991) ‘Whitethroat – Sylvia communis’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 11.75x9.25 inches. £775

ellis-79124unmounted ELLIS Tristram (1844-1922) Portugal. ‘Cintra’. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1884. 20x14 inches. £575
Embery-94875 EMBREY Carl (b.1958) ‘Fence line’. Acrylic resin emulsion on pressed wood panel. Signed, inscribed and dated, March 1974 on artist’s label verso. Exhibited: McNay Art Institute, San Antonio, Texas. Provenance: Estate of Fleur Cowles. 12.25x19 inches. Framed: 13.75x20.25 inches. £775.
Emet-96541 EMETT Rowland O.B.E. (1906-1990) The Germans Retreat… Pen, brush and ink. 1945. Signed. Type written label beneath mount: “Calm yourself, my dear Stuffelheim…after all, the British public have been getting about like this for four years”. For ‘Punch’, inscribed by ‘for this week / K.B.’ (Kenneth Bird (Fougasse), Art Editor 1937-1949) 7x9.25 inches. £1750.

Emett-95564 EMETT Rowland O.B.E. (1906-1990) ‘He said if he took this camouflage job on he’d have to do it in his own way…’. Pen and ink. Signed and inscribed. For ‘Punch’. 7.5x10 inches. Framed: 16x17.75 inches. £1750. Framed Photo
emett-unmounted EMETT Rowland O.B.E. (1906-1990) Festival of Britain. ‘Emett Railway,‘Nellie’, A standard engine’. Blue print with pencil corrections by the artist for the Festival Garden Railway. 1951. 15x26 inches. £1,500
Endres-93962 ENDRES Louis (1896-1989) Moroccan children. Red chalk. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1947. 9.5x14 inches. Framed: 17x14.5 inches. £1400.

Etty-95612 ETTY William R.A. (1787-1849) Recto and verso: figure studies. Pen and ink on letter of invitation to ‘Mr William Etty’ for Christmas Day, 1837(?4). 8.75x7 inches. Framed: 16x15 inches. £875.
Eurich- EURICH Richard R.A. (1903-1992) ‘Camberwell’. Oil/card. Signed and dated, 1963. 11x9 inches. £4,750
Eurich-91038 EURICH Richard R.A. (1903-1992) The Clay Pipe. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1928. 8.25x6 inches. Framed: 20.25x14 inches. £2750

Fairclough-94417 FAIRCOUGH Wilfred R.E. R.W.S. (1907-1996) Venice: the Accademia and the Salute – Campo de la Carita. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1973. 15x10.75 inches. £675
Fairclough-95451 FAIRCLOUGH Wilfred R.E. R.W.S. (1907-1996) The Opera House, Covent Garden. Etching. Signed and dated, 1959. 7x8 inches. £275
fairgrieve FAIRGRIEVE James R.S.A. (b.1944) ‘Low Winter’. Acrylic/canvas. Signed and dated,1982. 36x36 inches. £1750

Farey-96252 FAREY Cyril (1888-1954) ‘The Exchange Scheme, Nottingham – New Shopping Way’. Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1926. A Presentation Elevation from the design by Thomas Cecil Howitt R.I.B.A. (1889-1968) for Exchange Buildings Nottingham (1924-1929). 37.25x22.25 inches. £4250. Framed Photo
Farleigh-(1)-96360 FARLEIGH John (1900-1965) ‘Zoe’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 7/50 and dated 1925. 4.75x 3.5 inches. £275
Farnborough-96058 FARNBOROUGH Lady (Amelia) (1772-1837) House on road. Watercolour. Ex. Coll: Dudley Snelgrove Sale, Sotheby’s lot 340 (part of)19.11.1992. 10x14.5 inches. £1100.

Fedden-93634-F13 FEDDEN Mary (1915-2012) Table-top still-life. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1973. 22x30 inches. Framed: 30x38 inches. £4000
Fedden-96511 FEDDEN Mary (1915-2012) Lemon, cloud and acorns. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1991. 4.75x5.75 inches. Framed: 13.5x14 inches. £2875. Framed Photo
Fedden-96649 FEDDEN Mary (1915-2012) ‘Fez’. Pencil. Signed and dated, 1972. Exhibited: Hamet Gallery. Ex.Collection: Sir Denis Lasdun. 22x30 inches. Framed: 28x36 inches. £2750. Framed Photo

Fedden-R-96181 FEDDEN Romilly (1875-1939) ‘A Palace on the Grand Canal’, Venice. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: Walker’s Galleries, 1925. 14x14 inches. Framed: 20.25x20.25 inches. £1350. Framed Photo
Ferstadt-94619 FERSTADT Louis Goodman (U.S.A. 1900-1954) American farm yard. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1927. 10x14 inches. Framed: 17x21 inches. £750.
fielding-87181unframed FIELDING Newton Smith Limbird (1799-1856) The Escape. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated 1829. Engraved for The Sporting Magazine, 1830. 5.5x8 inches. Framed: 13x15 inches. £975

Fisher-62995 FISHER Thomas F.S.A. (1772-1826) ‘Bedfordshire. Rushmere Farm and Pond’. Watercolour. With central fold where once interleaved into a volume. Inscribed. Circa 1820. Provenance: De-accessioned from Inns of Court Library. Sothebys: 29.11.2001. 10x14.5 inches. £475.
Fisher-77502 FISHER Mark R.A. R.I. (1841-1923) Cattle in the shade. Oil on canvas. Circa 1890. Provenance: Estate of Margaret Fisher Prout, the artist’s daughter. £1500.
Fisher-91876 FISHER Major General Sir George Bulteel (1764-1834) A Canadian landscape. Pencil and watercolour. 1791-1794. Provenance: a group of Fishers drawings bought from Sothebys in June 1981. 11x21.5 inches. Framed: 21.5x30.5 inches. £675

Flaxman-K06693 FLAXMAN John R.A. (1755-1826) Cloaked figure. Pencil. Possibly drawn in Rome, circa 1790. Exhibited: William Drummond, Covent Garden Gallery. 7.75x5 inches. Framed: 16x13 inches. £1500.
Forain- FORAIN Jean Louis (1852-1931) Dancers: composition studies. Oil/canvas. Circa 1900. Provenance: De-accessioned from the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. 24x29 inches. Framed: 34x39 inches. £12,000
Forain-ON-96924 FORAIN Jean-Louis (1852-1931) ‘L’Ambulante’. Etching. 1880. One of six etchings to illustrate Huysman’s ‘Croquis Parisiens’. Edition of 545. 5.75x3.75 inches. £75.

Forest- FORREST Thomas Theodosius (1728-1784) Windsor Castle from the river. Watercolour. Exhibited: Spink (K3 9957) 13.75x20.75 inches. Framed: 23x29 inches. £4500.
Francia-95367 FRANCIA Louis (1772-1839) ‘A view of Wimbledon Common / from Richmond Gate / Drawn for T. Shadrake Esq’. Pencil. Signed with monogram. Signed, inscribed and dated 1807 verso. 7x9.75 inches. Framed: 14x17 inches. £475.
Fraser-93922-001 FRASER George Gordon (1859-1895) ‘Hemingford Mill / 0n the Ouse / Huntingdonshire’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Inscribed verso. 10.75x15 inches. £3250

Fraser-96478 ‘FRASER Alexander Jnr’ (Mid 19th century) A lantern lit street scene. Watercolour and gouache in the manner of / after Petrus van Schendel (1806-1870) Indistinctly signed. 13x9.75 inches. £475.
Fraser-ST-ALBANS-4-41770 ST.ALBANS (Subject) Eric Fraser (1902-1984) ‘A Ramble round St Albans – compiled and illustrated by Eric G Fraser’. Ms.s with illustrated pages, two tipped-in watercolours and five tipped-in pen and ink drawings. 10.5x8.25 inches. £575. CLICK HERE TO VIEW
freeth-90227 FREETH Hubert Andrew R.A. (1912-1986) Brittany. ‘Lesconil’. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1965. 11x17.5 inches. £395

Freeth-K07490 FREETH Andrew (1912-1987) ‘Sunday at Lesconil’, Brittany. Oil on card. Signed. 16.5x22.75 inches. Framed: 19.75x26 inches. £575.
Friend-93713 FRIEND Donald (1914-1989) ‘Budal / Bali’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1977. 26x17.25 inches. Framed: 31x22.5 inches. £2250.
Fries-95536 FRIES Willy (1881-1965) Spring comes to a Swiss lake. Oil on card, Signed and dated 1909. Dedicated to Herta Schonlank verso. 11.75x15.5 inches. Framed:17.5x21 inches. £1200.

friez-88145unmounted FRIESZ Othon (1879-1949) Pipe and Bowler Hat. Pencil. Signed. 11x8.5 inches. £675
fripp-77883unframed FRIPP Alfred Downing R.W.S. (1822-1895) ‘Break, Break, Break / On the cold grey stones O Sea…’ (Tennyson). Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed on the original backing. 23x18 inches. Framed: 32x26 inches. £1,750.
Fripp-95785 FRIPP Alfred Downing (1822-1895) ‘Hampstead Road’; the Artist’s Studio. Watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated 1841. 15x10.5 inches. £1750.

Frood- FROOD Hester (1882-1971) A poplar lined river. Pencil and ink. Signed. 6.5x8.5 inches. £125.
Frost-93964 FROST George (1754-1821) Landscape. Possibly a sketch after Gainsborough Dupont. Pencil. Provenance: William Esdaile (his stamp) David Kibble. 7x6 inches. £575.
Frost-94169 FROST George (1754-1821) Bourne Bridge and Ostrich Creek off the river Orwell, with ‘The Ostrich’ pub. Black chalk. 7.75x12.5 inches. £250

Frost-96659 FROST George (1745-1821) Suffolk woodland: donkeys grazing. Charcoal. Ex.Collection: Walter Esdaile (his stamp). 12x10 inches. £775.
Fry-87364 FRY Roger (1866-1934) 'The Catacombs of the South Transept, Abbey Church, Cluny'. Lithograph from 'Ten Architectural Lithographs', 1930. 20x14.75 inches. £225.
Fry-Brantome-87370 FRY Roger (1866-1934) ‘Near La Brantome’. Lithograph. 1928. 15.5x12 inches. £225.

Fry-Dame-87382 FRY Roger (1866-1934) ‘Notre Dame, Aubeterre’. Lithograph. Circa 1930. 14.5x10 inches. £225.
Fry-perpignan-87374 FRY Roger (1866-1934) ‘Baroque Altar, Perpignan’. Lithograph. One of the series ‘Ten Architectural Lithographs’, 1930. 14x11 inches. £225.
Garrard-88660-44 Garrard Ian (1927-1985) 1. Watercolour for The Wild Flowers of the British Isles. Published with text by David Streeter (Macmillan, 1983). 13x18 inches. £375

Garrard-IMG_0094 Garrard Ian (1927-1985) 2. Watercolour for The Wild Flowers of the British Isles. Published with text by David Streeter (Macmillan, 1983). 13x18 inches. £375
Garrard-IMG_0095 Garrard Ian (1927-1985) 3. Watercolour for The Wild Flowers of the British Isles. Published with text by David Streeter (Macmillan, 1983). 13x18 inches. £375
Garrard-IMG_0096 Garrard Ian (1927-1985) 4. Watercolour for The Wild Flowers of the British Isles. Published with text by David Streeter (Macmillan, 1983). 13x18 inches. £375

Garrard-IMG_0097 Garrard Ian (1927-1985) 5. Watercolour for The Wild Flowers of the British Isles. Published with text by David Streeter (Macmillan, 1983). 13x18 inches. £375
Garrard-IMG_0098 Garrard Ian (1927-1985) 6. Watercolour for The Wild Flowers of the British Isles. Published with text by David Streeter (Macmillan, 1983). 13x18 inches. £375
Gault-95530 GAULT Annabel (b.1952) ‘Garden’. Oil on canvas board. 7.75x10 inches. Framed: 12x14.25 inches. £475.

Gibbs-92473.jpg GIBBS Evelyn (1905-1991) ‘Cliff Fantasy’. Etching and aquatint. Signed and editioned ‘7/30’. 23.5x17.5 inches. £375
Gibbs-95046 GIBBS Evelyn R.E. (1905-1991) Mending nets, Gozo. Charcoal and ink. Circa 1970. Signed. 14x17.25 inches. £1350.
Giles-catherine-88342 GILES Catherine (1878-1955) ‘Bombed house in Temple Gardens’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. c.1944. 18x20.5. Framed: 25x28. £975

Giles-catherine-92896 GILES Catherine (‘Catherina’) Dawson (1878-1955) Farm buildings, Provence. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1925. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. Ex. Collection: Quentin Stephenson. 12x16.5 inches. Framed: 21.5x25.5 inches. £975
Gill-94235 GILL Colin (1892-1940) ‘English Spearman’. Red and black chalks. Signed and inscribed 'English Spearman / 'Alfred and the Danes' / St Stephens Hall' and dedicated on the original mount 'To Mr and Mrs homer St Gaudens'. Study for 'King Alfred’s Longships Defeat the Danes, 877', St Stephens Hall, Palace of Westminster, 1925-1927. 4.75x4 inches. Framed: 15x13 inches. £1,950
Giroux-95108 GIROUX Andre (1801-1879) 'Ischia' Pencil. Indistinctly inscribed in French and dated, Aout 1833. 9x11.5 inches. Framed: 16.75x19 inches. £475.

Glehn-93433 GLEHN Wilfrid de R.A. (1870-1951) View over Florence. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1909. Exhibited: Messums. 12x15.5 inches. Framed: 24x26.5 inches. £2250
Glover-96732 GLOVER John O.W.S. (1767-1849) Landscape, possibly in the Lake District. Ink, watercolour and gum arabic. Signed and dated, 1796. 7x10.75 inches. £3250
Goodall-91819 GOODALL John Strickland (1908-1996) A Thank You. Ink and watercolour to the artist’s writing paper headed ‘Lawn Cottage, Tisbury’. 8.75x6.75 inches. £1500

goodwin-79583 GOODWIN Albert R.W.S. (1844-1932) ‘Durham Cathedral’ at dusk. Pastel. Inscribed, dated 1909 and signed. 8x11 inches. Framed:16x19 inches. £1600.
goodwin-90442 GOODWIN Albert (1845-1932) Switzerland: ‘From Spitz. Lake Thun’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1888. 4x7 inches. £775
goodwin-90443 GOODWIN Albert (1845-1932) ‘Mediterranean Islands’. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1875. 3.5x7 inches. £1250

Goodwin-96106 GOODWIN Albert R.W.S. (1845-1932) Zermatt Valley, St Nicholas by moonlight. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Maas Gallery. 10.25x14.25 inches. Framed: 19x22.5 inches. £1850.
Goodwin-96229 GOODWIN Albert R.W.S. (1845-1932) ‘Cley from Wiveton Bridge’, Norfolk. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed. Ex. Coll: Sidney Harris. 9.25x11.75 inches. Framed: 17.75x19.5 inches. £1950.
Gosse-96255 GOSSE Sylvia R.E. (1881-1935) ‘Le Chateau, Dieppe’. Etching. 9x7.75 inches. £425.

Gounod-95502 GOUNOD Francois Louis (1758-1825) Louis Antoine, Duke d’Angouleme and Dauphin of France (Pretender to the throne as Louis XIX after 1830) Pencil and watercolour on oval paper. Signed. Laid on card. Circa 1814. Not known to have been engraved. 7.25x5.75 inches (Oval) £975.
Gounod-95503 GOUNOD Francois Louis (1758-1825) Marie-Therese Charlotte Bourbon de France, Madame Royale Duchesse d’Angouleme and Dauphine of France (1778-1851) Pencil and watercolour on oval paper. Signed. Laid on card. Engraved by Joseph-Theodore Richomme in 1814. 6.5x5.5 inches (Oval) £975.
gowing GOWING Sir Lawrence (1918-1991) ‘Downs at Ham, 1951’. Pencil and ink. Two sheets of blue grey paper. One sheet inscribed by the artist. Exhibited: Lawrence Gowing Retrospective, Arts Council of Great Britain, 1983. Exh: Austin Desmond Fine Art. Two sheets each 9.5x7 inches mounted together. Framed: 15.75x20.75 inches. £675

Goya-96942-2 GOYA Francisco de (1746-1828) ‘Ta Barbara la seguridad como el delito’ (The detention is as barbarous as the crime) (Harris 1964 26.) Etching. Circa 1815. Printed after the edition printed by Delatre for the Gazette des Beaux Arts, vol.xxii, p.196, 1867. 4x3 inches. £875
Goya-k07183 GOYA Jose de Goya y Lucientes (1746-1828) ‘Que viene el Coco’: No.3, of 80, from ‘Los Caprichos’. Etching and aquatint. 1799. From the 3rd (1868, unknown number of impressions) or 4th (1878, 65 impressions) editions. 8.5x6 inches. £650.
graham-80578 GRAHAM Fergus GRAHAM (1900-1968) The Beach, St Brelade’s Bay, Jersey. Watercolour. 14x18 inches. Signed. Circa 1935. Exhibited: Colnaghi. £875.

granger-taylor-90533 GRANGER-TAYLOR Edith (1887-1958) ‘The Police Raid’. Pastel. 1933. Exhibited: Gillian Jason Gallery, 1989 9.5x12.5 inches. Framed: 16x18.5 inches. £1600
Grant-96905 GRANT Sir Francis P.R.A.(1803-1878) ‘Herbert’; John Rogers Herbert R.A. (1810-1890) Ink. Inscribed verso. 4.75x4.25 inches. £375.
Grau-93989-1 GRUAU Rene (1909-2004) ‘Remember these for…’ Brush and ink fashion illustration. Circa 1960. Inscribed ‘Left page’ by the artist. 17.75x12.75 inches. The Pair: £5250.

Grau-93989-2 GRUAU Rene (1909-2004) ‘…next Spring’. Brush and ink fashion illustration. Circa 1960. Signed and inscribed ‘Right page’ by the artist. 17.75x12.75 inches. The Pair £5250.
Green-94171 GREEN Amos (1735-1807) Yorkshire capriccio. Pen, brush and wash painted to the reverse of a page with a mounted view ‘Near Ingleton’. 9.5x14 inches. £475
Green-96583 GREEN James (1771-1834) A Young Blood with a Jacobin cut. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1794. 10.25x6.25 inches. £875.

green-amos-88647 GREEN Amos (1735-1807) ‘Skiddaw and part of Derwentwater / as seen from the Borrowdale Road / near the slate mine’. Watercolour. Inscribed by the artist verso. 10x15 inches. £975
greenaway-67456 GREENAWAY Kate R.I. (1846-1901) Study of a laundry girl. Pencil. Inscribed. 14x9.5 inches. £875
Greenwood-95436a GREENWOOD Ernest P.R.W.S. (1913-2009) Venetian Capriccio. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Circa 1965. 21x29 inches. £750.

Gregory-95794 GREGORY Edward John R.A. (1850-1909) Study for ‘Boulter’s Lock, Saturday Afternoon’ (Lady Lever Art Gallery) Pencil. Circa 1885. Exhibited: Maas Gallery. 9.5x7.75 inches. Framed: 16.25x14 inches. £350.
Griggs-93109 GRIGGS Frederick Landseer Maur R.A. R.E. (1876-1938) ‘Syde Church’ (C.54 iii). Etching. 1935. Signed. 5x4.5 inches. £800
Griggs-93458 GRIGGS Frederick Landseer Maur R.A. R.E. (1876-1938) ‘The Barbican’ (C.26.ii/iii) Etching. 1920. Signed. 6.5x6.75 inches. £975.

Griggs-93458 GRIGGS Frederick Landseer Maur R.A. R.E. (1876-1938) ‘The Barbican’ (C.26) Etching. 1920 C.26 ii/iii. Signed. One of 29 impressions 6.25x6.75 inches. £975.
Griggs-Lone-End.jpg GRIGGS Frederick Landseer Maur R.A. R.E. (1876-1938) ‘Lone End’ (C43). Etching. 1930. Third and final state. Signed. Edition of 90. £950
Grimm GRIMM Samuel Hieronymous (1733-1794) The 14th century nave of the Greyfriars Church in Reading. Pen, brush and ink and watercolour. Circa 1760. 8.75x11.75 inches. Framed: 16.5x18.5 inches. £800.

grimm-90093 GRIMM Samuel Hieronymous (1733-1794) Yorkshire. ‘Keppel’s Column and Scholes Coppice’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1781. Inscribed verso. 14.5x21 inches. £4000
Grimm-93373 GRIMM Samuel Hieronymus (1733-1794) ‘S.W. view of Corfe Castle from Weymouth Road’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed verso. Exhibited: Spink. 4x7.25 inches. £1100
Grimm-96048 GRIMM Samuel Hieronymus (1733-1794) ‘East End of Tewkesbury Abbey’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed, and verso. 5.25x7.25 inches. £975.

Grimm-96486 GRIMM Samuel Hieronymous (1733-1794) A Swiss or French ruin. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1768. Exhibited: Anthony Reed. 5.5x7.75 inches. Framed: 11.75x13.75 inches. £975.
griset-89392 GRISET Ernest (1844-1907) South Africa / Boer War. ‘The Battle of Nicholson’s Nek’, 30th October 1899. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1899. 15.5x19.5 inches. £675
Griset-93740 GRISET Ernest (1844-1907) The clay pipe. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. Circa 1870. Signed. 23x18 inches. £1500

Gross-92124 GROSS Anthony R.A. C.B.E. (1905-1984) ‘Orchard’. Ink and watercolour. 1956. Signed. Exhibited: ‘Anthony Gross’, Leicester Galleries, March 1962, No.22 (to Lady McFadyean). 14.75x21.75 inches. Framed: 21x28 inches. £2750
Gross-96595 GROSS Anthony R.A. R.W.S. (1905-1984) ‘Valentines’s Fortune’ (H.5604) Etching. 1968. Signed and editioned 41/75. 12.25x9.5 inches. Framed: 22.5x18.75 inches. £395.
Gross-96596 GROSS Anthony R.A. R.W.S. (1905-1984) ‘Les Heures de Boulve – Village Encounter’ (H.3010). Etching. 1956. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 43/50. 15.75x21.75 inches. Framed: 25.75x31 inches. £595.

Gross-Forge GROSS Anthony R.A. (1905-1984) 'The Forge' (H.5701). Etching. 1957. Signed and inscribed 'Trial Print, Forge / Final Print'. 15x18 inches. £975.
guevara GUEVARA Alvaro ‘Chile’ (1894-1951) Chile: ‘The flooded Camp’. Oil/canvas. Circa 1923. Exhibited: Paintings of Chile by Alvaro Guevara, Leicester Galleries, November 1926, No.66; A Chilean Artist in London and Paris, Colnaghi, 1974/75, No.10. 36x29 inches. Framed: 45x39 inches. £4000
Guthrie-96930 GUTHRIE James Joshua (1874-1952) Sunrise. Pen and ink. Signed. 4.75x4.5 inches. Framed: 12x11 inches. £675.

gwynne-jones GWYNNE-JONES Allan R.A. (1892-1982) ‘Trinity Fair’, Gun Hill, Southwold. Etching. 1927. Signed. From an edition of 50. 5.5x5 inches. Framed: 16.25x12.75 inches. £675.
Haggs-Castle-(Robertson)-93259 ‘HAGGS CASTLE’, Pollokshields by Alexander Duff Robertson (1807-1886) Ink and watercolour. Inscribed ‘Restoration / Haggs Castle, 1843’ (unrealised). Signed. Provenance: Sir John Stirling-Maxwell of Pollok (1866-1956). 12.5x16.5 inches. £1250
Haines-96036 HAINES Wilfred Stanley (1905-1944) 'Design for a Needlework Top for a Period Card Table, Camerons, (Antiques) 16 Mount Street, W1'. Gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, November 1940. 10.75x7.5 inches the card. £275.
Haines-96037 HAINES William Stanley (1905-1944) 'Design for a Needlework Top for a Period Card Table, Camerons, (Antiques) 16, Mount Street, W1'. Gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, November 1940. 10.75x7.5 inches the card. £275.

Haines-96038 HAINES William Stanley (1905-1944) 'Design for a Needlework Top for a Period Card Table. Camerons (Antiques) 16 Mount St. W1'. Gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, November, 1940. 10.75x7.5 inches the card. £275.
Haines-96239 HAINES William Stanley (1905-1944) ‘Design for Needlework Seats for a pair of Chippendale Chairs’. ‘For Mrs Ida M Constantine…’ Gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, December 1940’. 14x7 inches the card. £225
Hamnett-96727 HAMNETT Nina (1890-1956) ‘Canal’, possibly Maida Vale. Signed. Oil on card laid on panel. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery. 14x10 inches. Framed: 20.5x16 inches. £5500.

Hancock-96414 HANCOCK Theodore (1923-1989) ‘Manhattan’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1962. 15.25x22.5 inches. Framed: 24x30 inches. £1250. Framed Photo
Harding-95723 HARDING George Perfect (1779-1843) ‘Henry Howard, 6th Duke of Norfolk’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and ‘From the original in the collection of the Duke of Norfolk’. 4.75x4 inches £275.
Harding-95724 HARDING George Perfect (1780-1853) ‘William Lord Allington’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and, ‘From the original by Lely, in the Collection of the Earl of Dysart at Ham House’. 4.75x4 inches. £275.

Harding-95726 HARDING George Perfect (1779-1843) ‘Frederick, first Lord Cornwallis’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and ‘From the original in the Collection of the Earl of Verulam at Gorhambury. 4.75x4 inches. £250.
Harford-96150 HARFORD John F.R.S. (1785-1866) 'Macugnaga, M. Rosa / Cima di Jagi'. Pencil. Pen, brush ink and gouache. Inscribed and dated 'Sept 2nd 1846'. 10.25x14.5 inches. £675.
harley HARLEY Primrose (b.1908) Early flight. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Possibly for a magazine cover. Circa 1930. 12x9.5 inches. £325

Harrison- HARRISON John Theodore (1914-2002) Nude and Fruit. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1941. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 18.75x23.25 inches. £375.
Harrison-B84504 HARRISON John Theodore (1914-2002) Moroccan interior. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1939. Signed. 15.5x20.75 inches. £275.
harrison-john-84505-15unmounted HARRISON John Theodore (1914-2000) Moroccan Courtyard. Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1940. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 19x25 inches. £300

Hawksley-94945 HAWKSLEY Dorothy Webster R.I. (1884-1970) Transfiguration. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Maas Gallery. 7.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 14.25x12.75 inches. £1100.
Haydon-96889 HAYDON Samuel James (1815-1891) ‘Dr Johnson’. Etching by Haydon from the portrait by Ozias Humphry, itself based on the portrait by Reynolds and possibly related to Mary Turner’s print in the opposite direction published in 1823. Mid 19th century. 7x4.5 inches. £375.
Hearne-96389 HEARNE Thomas (1744-1817) ‘North West View of St Sepulchre’s Church, Cambridge’. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Later engraved (1808) by William Byrne FSA (impression included). 8.5x6 inches. Framed: 17.5x14.5 inches. £2500.

heath-adrian-89441 HEATH Adrian (1920-1992) ‘Barra, North Bay’. Pastel. Signed. Inscribed and dated 1972. 8.5x7.5 inches. Framed: 16x14.25 inches. £375
heath-adrian-89442 HEATH Adrian (1920-1992) ‘A tree seen through a window at Voss’. Pencil with some watercolour. Signed and dated 1983. Inscribed verso. 10.75x8.5 inches. £150
Heathcote-96950 HEATHCOTE Margaret (Exhibited: c.1850-1913) ‘The Matterhorn’. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1851, on the original label. 19.5x26 inches. £775

Heathcote-K06825 HEATHCOTE James Moyer (1800-1892) ‘Gaviland (sic) Ferry’; Gavilon Ferry on the Usk. Watercolour. Ex. Collection: John Abbott 11.5x18.5 inches. Framed: 20x27 inches £875.
Heim-88379 HEIM Albert (1890-1960) ‘Schloss Thiepval’, the Somme. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Painted during 1915. 9x13 inches. Framed:17x20 inches. £3250
Heim-88427 HEIM Albert (1890-?) ‘Exzellenz v. Ende’. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1916. Provenance: Lieut.General Theodor von Wundt (1858-1929), Wurttemberger 51st Reserve Regiment. 11x8.5 inches. £125. Click here for our previous Heim exhibition

Heim-88431 HEIM Albert (1890-?) ‘Metz en Couture / Oberstabsargt. Dr Metz’. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1916. Provenance: Lieut. General Theodor von Wundt (1858-1929), Wurttemberger 51st Reserve Regiment. 11x8.5 inches. £125.
Hely-Hutchinson-88187 HELY-HUTCHINSON Nicholas Hely (Contemporary) The Open Window. Watercolour. Signed. 20x26 inches. £575
Hely-Hutchinson-93376 HELY-HUTCHINSON Nicholas (b.1955) ‘Tuscan Hill’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1987. Exhibited: Montpelier Gallery. 22x29.25 inches. Framed: 31.5x38.5 inches. £1250.

Hennell-89688 HENNELL Thomas R.W.S. (1903-1945) Winter landscape – view from Hennell’s cottage. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1938. Signed. Inscribed verso ‘Packing Cherries’. 11.75x18.5 inches. Framed: 19.5x25.75 inches. £2750
Hennell-94226 HENNELL Thomas Barclay R.W.S. (1903-1945) ‘Straws in the wind’, probably Ridley, Kent. Signed and dated, 1943. Inscribed verso. 12x18.5 inches. £1500
Hepworth-96798 HEPWORTH Dorothy (1898-1978) ‘Interior’ with violin, probably the Cookham house shared by the artist and her lover Patricia Preece (later Mrs Stanley Spencer) Oil on canvas. Circa 1935. Original label verso inscribed ‘’Interior by Patricia Preece, bought by Mrs Edward Jones, Maesmawr Hall, Caersws, Mont.’ By common agreement between the two Preece claimed as her own all Hepworth’s work. 20x16 inches. Framed: 26x22 inches. £2250.

Herman-94975 HERMAN Josef O.B.E. (1911-2000) ‘Mexican resting’. Pen and ink. Exhibited: Roland Browse and Delbanco. 6.75x8.5 inches. Framed: 14x15.5 inches. £1500.
Herman-K02725 HERMAN Josef (1911-2000) Study of a seated Man. Ball point pen. 7.25x9.5 inches. Framed: 15.25x17 inches. £225.
Hermes-95309 HERMES Gertrude R.A. (1901-1983) ‘Ring net fishers’. Linocut printed in colours. Signed, inscribed, dated 1955 and editioned 32/50. 21.75x29.75 inches. Framed: 31.5x38.5 inches. £800.

Heron-95884 HERON Leon (fl.1930s) At a Bar. Ink and gouache. Circa 1935. Signed. 20x16 inches. £250.
Heskith-Hubbard-96415 HESKETH HUBBARD Eric (1892-1957) The London Trader, Hastings’ under snow. Oil on card. Circa 1950. Signed. 12x24 inches. Framed: 30x18 inches. £2750.
Hilder-96501 HILDER Rowland P.R.I. (1905-1993) An upland flock. Pen, brush, ink and gouache. Signed and dated, 1943. 9.5x7 inches. Framed: 15.5x13 inches. £600.

Hilder-96679 HILDER Rowland P.P.R.I. R.S.M.A. (1905-1993) Winter landscape – Kent’. Watercolour, chalk and pencil, with scraffitto. 7.75x12 inches. £2250.
Hills- HILLS Robert O.W.S. (1869-1844) Cattle driven beneath trees. Watercolour and gum arabic. 18.75x24 inches. £1250.
Hodgkins-92579 HODGKINS Frances (1869-1947) Sleeping Baby. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1905. Signed. Inscribed verso ‘S. H. Ellis’. 13x12 inches. Framed: 22x20 inches. £9750

Hodgson- HODGSON Louisa (1905-1980) ‘Winter’. Tempera on gesso’d board. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1944, verso. 9.5x14.5 inches. Framed: 16x20.5 inches. £3950.
Hodson-96384 HODSON Laurence William (1864-1933) North Wales. ‘The Estuary and the Arans’. P astels on tan paper. Signed, inscribed and dated, ‘12.6. (19)09’. 7.5x9.5 inches. £225.
Hodson-96385 HODSON Laurence William (1864-1933) North Wales. ‘Arans to Cader’. Pastels on tan paper. Signed, inscribed and dated 14.6. (19)09’. 7.5x9.5 inches. £225.

Hodson-96387 HODSON Laurence William (1864-1933) North Wales. ‘Diphys / from above Arthog’. Pastels on tan paper. Signed, inscribed and dated, ‘21.6.(19)09’. 7.5x9.5 inches. £225.
Hogarth-87779 HOGARTH Paul (1917-2001) Greece. Athens, ‘The Cinema’. Pencil, pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1952. 12x14 inches. Framed: 19.5x21.5 inches. £675
Hogarth-95050 HOGARTH Paul R.A. (1917-2001) ‘Dublin’, the entrance to the castle. Pencil. Signed and inscribed. 16.5x21 inches. £675.

Holloway-96352 HOLLOWAY Edgar R.E. (1914- 2008) ‘Brookside’ (M.62) Etching. Signed, inscribed, dated 1932 and editioned 11/35. 4x 4.75 inches. £400.
Holloway-B96283 HOLLOWAY Edgar R.E. (1914-2008) Standing Nude. Engraving. 1977. Signed and editioned 19/75. 8.75x5.25 inches. £275.
Holmes-92534 HOLMES Marjorie (nee Fenning) (1907-1992) ‘Harmony’. Etching. Signed. 1 of 50 proofs. 6.5c6 inches. £225

Holmes-93828 HOLMES George (b.1771- c.1845) Plymouth: ‘Victualling Office, Mount Edgecumbe in the distance’. Pencil. Signed and inscribed and dated, 1837. 10.5x16 inches. Framed: 18x23.25 inches. £775
Holmes-94166 HOLMES Sir Charles (1868-1936) ‘Stormy Morning, Graystoke’, Cumbria. Watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 10x13.5 inches. £450
Holmes-96715 HOLMES Kenneth (1902-1994) ‘Ponte Aventino’, Rome. Drypoint. Circa 1930. Signed and inscribed. 8x16 inches. £375

Hone-96100 HONE Evie R.H.A. (1894-1955) ‘St Martin of Tours’. Oil monotype on card. Circa 1952. Signed. Inscribed on backing ‘Design for a stained glass panel’. 12.25x9 inches. Framed: 23.25x17.25 inches. £1750. Framed Photo
Horton-92475 HORTON Percy R.B.A. (1897-1970) The South Downs near Firle. Pencil. Exhibited: Percy Horton Retrospective, Ashmolean Museum, 1964, no.97. 14.5x22 inches. £875
how-88033 HOWE Beatrice (1867-1932) ‘La vieille Nou-Nou’. Pastels. Signed. Inscribed label verso. Exh: Galerie Devambez, Paris (Founded 1908). 13.5x10. Framed: 15.5x12.5. £775

Howard- HOWARD George (Earl of Carlisle) ( 1843-1911) Top Hat and Profile; studies of a man. Pencil. Indistinctly inscribed? ‘Mere…’. 10x7 inches. Framed: 18.5x14.25 inches. £875.
Howard-93721 HOWARD George (Earl of Carlisle) (1843-1911) ‘Geoffrey’, the artist’s son Hon. Geoffrey Howard (1877-1935) Pencil. Signed and dated, 1894. Exhibited: Julian Hartnoll. 14x11 inches. Framed: 21x18 inches. £1400
Hoyland-94005 HOYLAND Francis (b.1930) ‘The Resurrection of Adonis’. Pencil. Circa 1955. Signed and inscribed. 10.5x13 inches. £675

Hoyle-95438 HOYLE Walter (1922-2000) 'John's - Cambridge'. Screenprint. Signed and inscribed. 22x22 inches. £575.
Hubbard-96416 HUBBARD Hesketh (1892-1957) ‘The Fair Ground’. Etching. Signed, inscribed and editioned, 72/100. 8x11.5 inches. £225.
Hubbuck-K02467 HUBBUCK Rodney (b.1940) The Pot Plant Stand. Pencil. Signed and dated 1977/8. 10x12 inches. Framed: 18.5x20 inches. £225.

Hughes-Stanton-(3)-88537 HUGHES-STANTON Blair (1902-1981) ‘Pubescence’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 6/30 and dated 1930. To illustrate ‘The Confessions of an Opium Eater’, Thomas De Quincey. 3.25x4 inches. £225.
Hughes-Stanton-(4)-88540 HUGHES-STANTON Blair (1902-1981) ‘Adolescence’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 6/30 and dated 1930. To illustrate ‘The Confessions of an English Opium Eater’, Thomas De Quincey. 3.25x4 inches. £225.
Hughes-Stanton-(5)-88510 HUGHES-STANTON Blair (1902-1981) ‘In the Wool Shed’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 11/12 and dated, 1931. Heading for Chapter 2, ‘The Confessions of an English Opium Eater’, Thomas De Quincey. 4x3.25 inches. £225.

Hughes-Stanton-(6)-88516 HUGHES-STANTON Blair (1902-1981) The Harvest. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 11/12 and dated 1931. Heading for Chapter 6, ‘The Confessions of an English Opium Eater’, Thomas De Quincey. 2.5x3.25 inches. £225.
Hughes-Stanton-94395 HUGHES-STANTON Sir Herbert R.A. (1870-1937) 'La Madeleine, Montreuil'. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1907. 14x19.5 inches. £375.
Hugo-96036 HUGO Jean (1894-1984) ‘Femme en jaune et chemin montant’. Gouache. Signed. Inscribed and numbered ‘No.18’ verso. 5x3.5 inches. £1250. Framed Photo

Hugo-96037 HUGO Jean (1894-1984) ‘Garrigue jaune et bleue’ Gouache. Signed. Inscribed verso and numbered ‘No.11’. 3x5 inches. £1250.
Humphry-95591 HUMPHRY Ozias R.A. (1742-1810) Portrait study. Pencil, heighted with white on blue paper. Inscribed ‘A sketch by O Humphry R.A. out of the collection of W. Upcott Esq’. Upcott was his son. 7.5x6 inches. £475.
Hunt-1 HUNT Edmund Aubrey (1855-1942) Venetian barge 0n the lagoon. Oil/panel. Signed. 8.5x6.75 inches. Original frame: 15x13 inches. £1250

hunt-72156 HUNT Alfred William (1830-1896) Devon. ‘Clovelly Harbour’. Watercolour. Prov: Newall Collection Sale, lot 169, Christies 13/14th December 1979. Exh: Probably Old Watercolour Society, 1864/65, no.452. Probably: Burlington Fine Arts Club, A.W. Hunt, 1897, no.29. 7.5x10.5 inches. Framed: 15.5x17.75 inches. £1750
Hunt-96696 HUNT Cecil Arthur V.P.R.W.S. (1873-1965) ‘Loch Linnhe’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Inscribed verso. 14.5x20 inches. Framed: 23x28 inches. £1250.
Hurry-79695 HURRY Leslie (1909-1978) A Theatrical Drama. Pen, ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1950. 21x29 inches. Framed: 31x38.5 inches. £1800

Hurry-89111 HURRY Leslie (1908-1978) ‘Conflict’. Ink, watercolour and acrylic. Signed and dated, 1974. Inscribed verso. 23x30.5 inches. Framed: 31x38 inches. £1750
Hurry-89112 HURRY Leslie (1908-1978) Composition. Ink, watercolour and acrylic. Circa 1978. Authenticated and signed by John Armstrong, the artist’s nephew. 23x31 inches £975.
Hurry-89114 HURRY Leslie (1908-1978) Untitled Ink, watercolour and acrylic. Signed and dated, ‘1/69’. 19.5x22.5 inches. £1500

Hurry-89601 HURRY Leslie (1908-1978) ‘Hall Lay Field’ Ink, watercolour and acrylic. Signed and dated, 1974. Inscribed verso 23x30.5 inches. Framed: 31x38 inches. £1500
Hurry-89603 HURRY Leslie (1908-1978) ‘Roses’. Ink, watercolour and acrylic. Authenticated and signed by John H Armstrong, the artist’s nephew, verso. 23x30.5 inches. Unframed. £1250
Hurry-89604 HURRY Leslie (1908-1978) ‘Conflict – War’. Ink, watercolour and acrylic. Signed and dated, 1974. Inscribed verso. 23x30.5 inches. Framed: 31x38 inches. £1500

Hutchinson- HUTCHINSON Sir William Oliphant P.R.S.A. (1889-1970) Self-portrait. Pencil. Signed and dated, ‘Dec.5 1921’. Provenance: By family descent. 13x8 inches. £375
Hutton-92471.jpg HUTTON Dorothy (1889-1984) ‘Celine Forestier’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, September 1954. 10.5x10 inches. £475
Hyatt-95014 HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Daybreak’. Oil on board. 1980. Signed and inscribed on label verso. 10.5x12 inches. £1250.

Hyatt-95015 HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Mist clearing (Green)’. Oil on board. Signed and inscribed on label verso. 9.25x10 inches. £1250.
Hyatt-95016 HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Midsummer’. Oil on board. 1980. Signed and inscribed on label verso. 10.75x9 inches. £975.
Hyatt-95017 HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Blue enters Yellow’. Oil on board. Signed and inscribed on label verso. 11.25x12.25 inches. £1250.

Hyatt-95022 HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Blue meets Red’ Oil on board. 1976. Exhibited: Austin / Desmond Fine Art. 10.5x10.25 inches. £1550.
Hyatt-95023 HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Pink trailing clouds’. Oil on board. 10x10 inches. £1550.
Hyatt-Large-1200 HYATT Derek (1931-2015) ‘Autumn: Deaths and Entrances’. Oil on board. 1983. 24x48 inches. Framed: 31x55 inches. £2750

Hyslop-08-1 The Paul Hyslop Photograph Album 11 photographs c.1904-1970, compiled by Architect / Bloomsbury Associate / Monuments Man, Geddes (AKA Paul) Hyslop (1901-1988). CLICK HERE
Ipswich-96111 IPSWICH (subject) Formerly attributed to John Thomas SERRES (1759-1825) A view of Ipswich. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed on original label. 7x9.25 inches. £675.
Jacobi-90456-2 JACOBI Otto Reinhard P.R.C.A. (b. Germany 1812 - d. Canada 1901) Watercolour. Signed and dated 1845. 5x8 inches. £225

Jenkinson-92723 JENKINSON Geoffrey (1925-2005) Yorkshire: ‘Castleford from the South’. Pencil and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 9th February 1944. 11.75x19.25 inches. Framed: 19x27 inches. £2250
Jenkinson-92724 JENKINSON Geoffrey (1925-2005) ‘East London Industries – a hill-top view of London Docks and Industries’. Pencil and watercolour. Circa 1949. Signed. 7.75x15 inches. £2250
John-95126 JOHN Gwen (1876-1939) ‘Votre Eveque / Mgr Gibier/ Juillet 29 (19)29’, Meudon. Pen, brush and ink on tan paper. Inscribed by another hand on the attached, original backing. Provenance: Private Collection France to 2017. A composition in which John has placed the local Bishop, painted from a photograph, against the Congregation of the Meudon church in which she prayed and where she found so many of her subjects. It is possible that her use of a printed image of Mere Poussepin, long dead founder of the Meudon Convent, as the basis of the 12 Poussepin portraits encouraged her to consider the printed image as a legitimate source for composition. Monseigneur Charles Gibier was Bishop of Versailles from 1907-1931. 5.25x8.25 inches. Framed: 12.5x15 inches. £2250.

John-A-91241 JOHN Augustus O.M. R.A. (1878-1961) Study of a posed Nude, possibly for ‘The Bathers’ (unrealised) Pen and ink on blue grey paper. Circa 1907. Ex.Collection: Wyndham T.Vint. 10x7.25 inches. £875.
John-A-96731 JOHN Augustus O.M. R.A. (1878-1961) The Little Camp, Dartmoor. Pen, brush and ink. 1905. Study related to ‘The Little Camp’ (CD.127) an etching printed in an edition of 25 in 1906. 4x6 inches. Framed: 11x13 inches. £3250. Framed Photo
Johnson-95160 JOHNSON James (1803-1834) ‘Lower Berkley Place / from Bellevue, Clifton. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and inscribed verso. Exhibited: Andrew Wyld, Spring Exhibition, 1982. 13x11 inches. Framed: 22.25x20 inches. £2750.

Johnson-96398 JOHNSON Audrey (1919-2005) White Begonias. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1982. 12x10 inches. £875.
Johnson-96399 JOHNSON Audrey (1919-2005) Wild Flowers. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1995. 9x10 inches. £975.
Jones-91420 JONES Fred Cecil (1891-1956) Yorkshire ‘Micklethwaite, Bingley’. Watercolour. Circa 1835. Signed an inscribed. 10.5x13.5 inches. £2750.

Jones-95516 JONES T H (fl. mid 19th century) King William Street from London Bridge. Pencil, brush and sepia ink. Signed. Circa 1845. 6.5x9.25 inches. £325.
Jones-95795 JONES Harold (1904-1992) ‘The Pie’. Ink and watercolour to illustrate ‘Jack and The Beanstalk; A Book of Nursery Stories’, Kathleen Lines, 1960. Exhibited: No.27, ‘Harold Jones’, Sally Hunter Fine Art, July 1988. Ex. Collection: John Ward R.A. 7x5 inches. Framed: 15x13.5 inches. £475.
Jowett-K01827 JOWETT Percy Hague R.W.S. N.E.A.C. (1882-1955) Beech Wood lake. Pencil and watercolour. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 12x16 inches. Framed: 20x23.75 inches. £225.

Kahn-III-96294 KAHN Erich (1904-1980) Figure Drawings. CLICK HERE
Kaspar-88774 KASPAR Paul (1891-1953) Vienna. Am Hof Square. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated 1924. 6.25x7.75 inches. Framed: 14x15 inches. £1500
Kay-96374 KAY Pamela R.W.S. N.E.A.C. (b.1939) ‘Mr French’s Pinks’. Watercolour. Signed. 12.75x10 inches. Framed: 20.5x17.75 inches. £475.

Keene-K07257 KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Recto: Dashing, top-hatted man and elderly man in an armchair. Verso: Man and Umbrella. Pencil. Exhibited: Christopher Powney. 7x4.5 inches. £225.
Keene-K07258 KEENE Charles (1823-1891) Seated man, drawing. Pencil. Exhibited: Christopher Powney. 7x4.25 inches. £240.
Keene-K07297 KEENE Charles (1823-1891) A sporting man in gaiters. Verso: Man lying on a river's bank. Pen and ink. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 7x4.24 inches. £250.

keith-90259 KEITH Elizabeth (1887-1956) ‘St Isabella Tower, Manila’. Wood cut printed in colours. 1924. Signed. 16x11 inches. £775
Kelly-gerlad-87235 KELLY Sir Gerald P.R.A. (1879-1972) Portofino across the Gulf of Tigullio. 1 of a series painted in the early 1930s. Oil/ canvas board. Prov: Sotheby's York Minster Sale, 1968. £2,750
Kemp-92137 KEMP Jeka (1876-1967) ‘St Tropez’. Watercolour. Signed. Circa 1905. 12.75x13 inches. Framed: 21x21.5 inches. £1100

kerrich-90083 KERRICH Thomas (1748-1828) ‘William Boycatt M.A. / Fellow of Caius College Cambridge / T.Kerrich delin: / Magdalen College, Cambridge / June 12 1781’. Chalks. Signed and inscribed verso. 37x28.3 cms. 47.5x39cms. £25,000 Framed photoInscription
Kerrich-92617 KERRICH Thomas (1748-1828) ‘Richard Hey Esq (1745-1835) of Middle Temple...'. Black and red chalks. Signed, inscribed and dated verso (recorded on the backing): 'Richard Hey Esq of Middle Temple A.M. Fellow of Sidney Sussex College (Originally of Magdalen College) Cambridge. Thomas Kerrich Fellow of Magdalen College in ye same University del.1776 April'. 15x11 inches. Framed: 20x16.5 inches. £9,250
Kerrich-95157 KERRICH Thomas F.S.A. (1748-1828) The Death of Cato, after Giovanni Battista Langetti (1625-1676) Brush and ink on paper laid on card. Verso of card inscribed ‘On back by Thomas Kerrich / ‘By Guercino in the Collection of / Chevalier Gelosi at Turin’. (Commendatore Genevosio 1719-1795). Provenance: Sothebys 21.1.1989 lot 136, a group of works by Kerrich. Christopher Powney: 2.3.2002 to Abbott and Holder. £1500.

Kesselstatt-93760 KASSELSTATT Francois, Comte de (1753-1841) Village scene. Watercolour and gouache. Inscribed on the original mount ‘Dessine par Francois, Comte de Kesselstat, 1811’. Ex. Collection: 2nd Lord Fairhaven 4.75x6.25 inches. £675.
Khmeluk-95549 KHMELUK Vasyl (1903-1986) ‘Cottage and Garden’, possibly at Tavers in the Loiret Oil on canvas. Signed. Circa 1936. Exhibited: Storran Gallery, November 1938, to Sir Michael Sadler, University College, Oxford. Redfern Gallery, March 1944. 18x24 inches. Framed: 25x31 inches. £3000.
kitson KITSON Linda (b.1945) ‘Windsor’. Pastels. Signed and inscribed. 15x20 inches. £375.

Kitson-2 KITSON Linda (b.1945) ‘Windsor’. Pastels. Signed and inscribed. 15x20 inches. £375.
Kitson-95369 KITSON Linda (b.1945) Clare College Hall, Cambridge. Charcoal. Signed and dated, 1978. 23x16 inches. £375.
kitson-96098 KITSON Robert Hawthorn (1873-1947) The Hassan Tower, Rabat. Morroco Ink and watercolour. 20x15 inches. £1400.

Kneale-69428 KNEALE Bryan R.A. (b.1930) ‘Goat I’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed and dated, 1960. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery, Bryan Kneale Exhibition, November 1960. 19x13 inches. Framed: 28x21 inches. £875
Knight-96211 KNIGHT Dame Laura R.A. R.W.S. (1877-1970) ‘Carnival waiting to go on’. Pen, brush and ink. Exhibited: No. 135 ‘Mrs Laura Knight’ exhibition, July 1920, Leicester Galleries. Original frame and label. 15x18 inches. Framed: 24x26 inches. £4750. Framed Photo
Knight-96795 KNIGHT Charles V.P.R.W.S. (1901-1990) ‘Sunshine and Showers over Loch Awe’. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: R.W.S. ‘Charles Knight’, Towner Art Gallery. Chris Beetles Gallery. 10x14.75 inches. Framed: 20.25x25.5 inches. £875.

Knight-charles-88968 KNIGHT Charles V.P.R.W.S. R.O.I. (1901-1990) Wales. The Mawddach: mist rising. Watercolour. Signed. 10x14 inches. £1500
Komjati-B103 KOMJATI Julius (1895-1958) ‘A. Hugh Fisher, asleep’. Alfred Hugh Fisher A.R.E. (1867-1945) Empire photographer, etcher and poet. Pencil. Signed and inscribed. 9x7 inches. £225
kramer-87543 KRAMER Jacob (1892-1962) Head of a Leedian. Charcoal and watercolour. Signed and dated 1939. 16x14 inches. £450

La-Dell-96615 LA DELL Edwin A.R.A. (1914-1970) ‘Kings Parade, Cambridge’. Lithograph. Signed and dated, 1956. 13.5x18.5 inches. £275.
Labourne- LAMBOURNE Nigel (1919-1988) Study: Undressing. Charcoal and crayon on tinted paper. Circa 1955. Signed. 29x17 inches. £875. Framed Photo
Lack-NO#6 LACK Henry Martyn R.E. (1909-1979) Self-portrait. Etching. Proof. Circa 1960. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 6.25x6 inches. £225.

Ladbrooke-96658 LADBROOKE Robert (1768-1842) (Attributed to) Smoking Lime Kiln. Brush and washes. Ex.Collection: L.G.Duke ( as Ladrooke) 5.75x8.75 inches. £475.
Laing-80807 LAING James Garden (1852-1915) ‘Bristol at dusk’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Venice International Exhibition, 1912. 21x27 inches. £675.
Lambert- LAMBERT James Jnr (1741-1799) ‘West View of Lewes Castle’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1786. 11.5x16 inches. Framed: 17.5x22 inches. £875

Lambert-93532 LAMBERT James Jnr (1741-1799) Castle Gateway from the South, Lewes. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1772. The Lambert Collection at Barbican House, Lewes owns two other versions of this watercolour. 17x14 inches oval. Framed: 23.75x20 inches. £1250
Landseer-93039 LANDSEER Sir Edwin R.A. (1802-1873) Tzar Nicholas I of Russia. Pencil and wash. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘Gore House / 4 (9?) Aout 1844’, possibly by Alfred Count D’Orsay who lived there. Collectors stamp for (?). A lithograph from the drawing lithographed by Vincent Brooks was published in 1855 by J. Hogarth. Nicholas was in London from 1-10th June 1844. Richard Ormond authenticated this drawing in 2010. 11x8.75 inches. £1300
Lante- LANTE Louis-Marie (1789-1871) Luxe et Indigence. Ink and watercolour. c.1817. For Pierre La Mésangère's Le Bon Genre (Plate 104, Publ.1817). Inscribed verso ‘Bon Genre No.104 / Luxe et Indigence’. Exhibited: Hazlitt, Gooden and Fox. 7.25x10.25 inches. Framed: 14.5x17 inches. £2250. Luxe et Indigence Le Bon Genre

Lavery-92577 LAVERY Sir John R.A. (1856-1941) ‘Sketch of Mme A.H’: Mrs Heseltine. Charcoal. 1883. Inscribed: ‘Sketch of Mme A.H. / by John Lavery’. Provenance: Given with other studies by the artist to the sitter and thus by decent from her. Lavery met Mrs Arthur Heseltine (nee Celie Caroline Guillet and sister in law of Jean-Charles Cazin) and her husband (m.1882) visiting the artists’ colony at Grez-sur-Loing in 1883. He later stayed with them at nearby Marlotte in 1897-8 and 1900 and Mrs Heseltine posed for ‘Garden in France’, 1898 (Private Coll). He also painted Mrs Heseltines portrait (Castle Museum, Norwich). (Information from Professor Kenneth McConkey). 16x11 inches. £3500
Le-Strange-96816 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt: ‘Karnak’ Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed, dated 1839 and? signed verso. 13x9.5 inches. £450.
Le-Strange-96820 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt: ‘Esneh’, Esna. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed, dated 1839 and?signed verso. 13x9.75 inches. £500.

Le-Strange-96821 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt: ‘Karnak’. Watercolour. Inscribed and dated 1839 verso. 9.75x6.5 inches. £375.
Le-Strange-96823 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt: ‘Philae’. Pencil. Inscribed verso. 9.5x12.75 inches. £100.
Le-Strange-96826 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt:?Philae. 9.75x13 inches. £100.

Le-Strange-96827 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt: ‘?Edfu’. Pencil and watercolour. 1839. Inscribed verso. 11.5x18.25 inches. £975.
Le-Strange-96828 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt: ‘Interior of the rock hewn Temple at Abu Simbel, Nubia’. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed, dated 1839 and?signed verso. 20x13 inches £750.
Le-Strange-96829 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt: ‘Medinet Habu, / 2nd Court of Temple of Rameses III’ Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed, dated 1839 and?signed verso. 11.75x18.25 inches. £975.

Le-Strange-96831 LE STRANGE Henry L’Estrange Styleman (1815-1862) Egypt: ‘Thebes / Memnonium / or / Rameseum and Colossal statue of Rameses II 960ft high)’ Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed and dated 1839 verso and?signed. 11.75x18.25 inches. £975.
Lear-90985 LEAR Edward (1812-1888) Egypt; 'Road by the Nile, Sunset'. Watercolour. Mono grammed by the artist. 6x10 inches. Framed: 13x17.5inches. £14,000
Lear-K07493 LEAR Edward (1812-1888) ‘Salone’, near the Aniene river, Lazio. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed and dated, 6th January 1845. 5.5x14 inches. Framed: 12.5x20.5 inches. £3,000.

Leete-95000 LEETE Alfred (1882-1933) Schmidt the Spy: ‘The dearth of recruits has compelled the British Government to call out the Landwehr, the most juvenile of the fighting forces’. Pen and ink for ‘London Opinion’. Signed. With caption. Date stamped 19 Dec 1914 verso. Ill: p.33 ‘Schmidt the Spy and his messages to Berlin’, Alfred Leete, Duckworth, 1916. 10x12.5 inches. £350.
Leete-95002 LEETE Alfred (1882-1933) Schmidt the Spy: ‘Revolution has broken out in London’. Pen, ink and crayon for ‘London Opinion’. Signed, with caption. Date stamped ‘23.1.1915’verso. Ill: ‘Schmidt the Spy and his messages to Berlin’, Alfred Leete, Publ: Duckworth, 1916. 10x12.5 inches. £400.
Leete-95003 LEETE Alfred (1882-1933) Schmidt the Spy: ‘An extraordinary thing happened during the Christmas holidays. I was nearly arrested as a mint spy’. Pen and ink for ‘London Opinion’. Signed. With caption. Dated stamped 16 Jan 1915 verso. Ill: p.53 ‘Schmidt the Spy and his messages to Berlin’, Alfred Leete, Duckworth, 1916. 10x12.5 inches. £350.

Leete-95005 LEETE Alfred (1882-1933) Schmidt the Spy: ‘Owing to the failure of the fishing industry the English fishermen are employed by the Admiralty to lay mines. These, I am informed by a friendly fisherman, contain live shells’. Crayon, pen and ink for ‘London Opinion’. Signed. With caption. Dated stamped 9th Jan 1915 verso. Ill: p.57 ‘Schmidt the Spy and his messages to Berlin’, Alfred Leete, Duckworth, 1916. 10.25x12.5 inches £350.
Legros-92065 LEGROS Alphonse (1837-1911) ‘Victimes d’un combat’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed verso and ‘LAL’. 9.5x8.5 inches. £875
lehmann LEHMANN Olga (1912-2001) Sporting cartouche. Ink and gouache. Circa 1935. Signed. 11.75x8.5 inches. Original frame available. £475.

lehmann-88348 LEHMANN Rudolf (1819-1905) Jean-Francois ‘Chomel’ (1810-1876) Pencil. Signed, dedicated to the sitter
and dated, ‘Rome, Avril 184(…)’. 26x20.5cms. Framed: 45.5x37cms. £2,500 Framed photoDedication
Lessore- LESSORE Helen (1907-1994) ‘The bust of Matthew Maris’. Oil on canvas. 1967. Exhibited: R.A. Summer Exhibition 1989. Gift of the artist to the previous owner. 30x19.5 inches. Framed: 34x23.5 inches £1750.
Lessore-Ca'd'Oro LESSORE Jules R.I. (1849-1892) The ‘Ca’ d’Oro’, Venice. Ink and watercolour. Circa 1880. Signed. Exhibited: Spinks. 6.75x9.75 inches. Framed: 16x18.5 inches. £2250.

Lessore-jules-00002 LESSORE Jules (1849-1892) ‘The Seine at Pontoise’. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1873. 9x11 inches. Framed 17x19 inches. £675
lessore-jules-90091 LESSORE Jules (1849-1892) ‘Honfleur’; the street to the quay. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Circa 1885. 7x10 inches. £875
Lessore-K06928 LESSORE Jules (1849-1892) ‘Antwerp’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. 10x6.5 inches. Framed: 17.5x14 inches. £500.

lessore95065 LESSORE Helen (1907-1994) ‘Snowstorm 8th April 1970’. Oil on card. Signed and dated verso. Inscribed on original backing. 9x7 inches. £775.
lewis-88279unmounted LEWIS John Frederick R.A. P.O.W.S. (1805-1876) The Rhine. ‘Lorley (sic. Lorelei) Rock’. Watercolour and gouache. Inscribed by the artist and painted during his first European trip in 1827. 5.5x8 inches. £3500
Lewis-96581 LEWIS J.F. (mid 19th century) Head of a young man. Black, white and coloured chalks on tan paper. Signed and dated, 1838. 13x10 inches. £375.

Lewis-Frame-K06824 LEWIS Charles James R.I. R.O.I. (1830-1892) Drying nets, rue de la Falaise, Boulogne. Oil on canvas. Signed and inscribed. Ex. Collection: John Abbott. 13x10.5 inches. Framed: 21x18 inches. £1750
Lindsay-95797 LINDSAY Sir Lionel (1874-1961) San Geremia and the Palazzo Labia on the corner of the Grand and the Cannaregio canals, Venice. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 22nd October 1929. 13x19.25 inches. £700.
Linnell-Verso LINNELL William (1826-1906) A Life Model, probably at the Royal Academy Schools. Recto: Front View. Verso: Back View. Black and white chalks on blue grey paper. Circa 1845. Provenance: Mrs Joan Linnell Burton. 28x17.5 inches. £475.

Livens-02 LIVENS Horace Mann (1862-1936) Sketchbook of figure, character and subject studies. 28 pages (56 sides of drawings). Pen and ink and pencil. A page dated ’28 August / 1892’. Signed page 1 and dedicated ‘To G (probably his wife Gertrude) 15.12.27. £1,250 CLICK HERE
Lockyer-95417 LOCKYER Isabel de Bohun (Exh: 1925-1938) ‘Rapallo’. Linocut printed in colours. Signed, inscribed and editioned ‘1/15’. 7.5x10 inches. £375.
Lockyer-95419 LOCKYER Isabel de Bohun (Exh: 1925-1938) ‘Chateau de Gruyeres. Linocut printed in colours. Signed, inscribed and editioned ‘8/50’. 10x6.5 inches. £300.

London-96666 LONDON (subject) Circle of Paul Sandby R.A. (1731-1809) St James’s Park looking South East with Westminster Abbey in the distance. Ink and watercolour. 10x15.25 inches. £1500.
London-Anon-96043 LONDON (subject) Anon. Circa 1845. University College, London: the Wilkins Building before the later building of the wings forming the Quad. Pencil, brush and sepia wash. 6x9 inches. £450.
Low-96628 LOW Bet (1924-2007) ‘Australian Journalist – head of a man’. Oil on panel. Signed, inscribed and dated 1946/47 verso. Bet Low Trust Studio Stamp verso. 18.25x14.75 inches. £775.

Ludovici-96876 LUDOVICI Albert (1852-1932) Brittany: ‘Coin de plage a Concarneau’. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1900. Signed. Inscribed on the original backing. 5.5x9 inches. £1100.
luttich-90223 LUTTICH Mila von (1872-1929) Wood sprites. Pencil and pastel for ‘Meggendorfer-Blatter’ (stamp verso). Circa 1900. Signed. 14.25x10.25 inches. £775
Luttringshaussen-95270 LUTTRINGSHAUSSEN Johan Heinrich (1783-1857) Portugal: a view of Lisbon. Ink and watercolour with gum arabic. Circa 1810. Exhibited: Parker Gallery. 7.75x11.5 inches. £1750.

Lyons-Wilson-92728 LYONS-WILSON William (1892-1981) ‘Grisdale Peat Hag’. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated 193(?5). 12x14.25 inches. Framed: 19x20.5 £375
Macdougall-93244 ‘MACDOUGALL (J.?)’ Circa 1840. Gentleman of the circle of Caroline Norton (Cf. Nos. 73, 74, 75, 89 and 90). Watercolour. Signed. Provenance: With a group of oil and watercolour studies by and of Caroline Norton (1808-1877) by direct descent from her 2nd husband Sir William Maxwell Stirling (1818-1878). Ex.Collection: Sir John Stirling Maxwell (1866-1956) 12.25x8.25 inches. £375
Mackinnon- MACKINNON Sine (1901-1996) ‘Ile de la Cite’, Paris. Oil on canvas. Circa 1930. Signed. Exhibited: Lefevre Gallery. Ex.Collection: Sir Michael Sadler, University College, Oxford. 15x21.5 inches. Framed: 20x27 inches. £5750.

Mackinnon-96276 MACKINNON Sine (1901-1996) ‘Rue de la Montagne St Genevieve’, Paris. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1952. Inscribed verso. 11x14.75 inches. Framed: 21.5x24.75 inches. £1100. Framed Photo
Mackinnon-96277 MACKINNON Sine (1901-1996) Provencal landscape. Pencil, ink and watercolour. Circa 1950. 9.5x11.75 inches. £275.
Macleay-95401 MACLEAY Kenneth R.S.A. (1802-1878) A young Scot. Watercolour and gouache. 1860. 17x12.5 inches. £650.

Macnab-(6)-96361 MACNAB Iain R.E. (1890-1967) ‘The Brave Bull’. Wood engraving. 1951. Signed, inscribed and editioned 23/50. 6.5x14.5 inches. £475.
Macnab-96365-2 MACNAB Iain (1890-1967) ‘La Place Jean Bart, Quiberon’. Etching. Signed., inscribed and editioned 9/50. 9.75x7.75 inches. £375.
Macnab-96366 MACNAB Iain (1890-1967) ‘Veere Harbour, Walcheren’. Etching. Circa 1910. Signed and editioned 15/50. 8x10 inches. £375.

Macnab-96367 MACNAB Iain (1890-1967) ‘Friesian Fisherman’. Etching. Circa 1910. Signed and editioned 27/50. 11x14.5 inches. £475.
Macnab-96612 MACNAB Chica (1889-1960) Village street. Linocut. Signed. 6.5x6.5 roundel. £375.
Macnab-B96167 MACNAB Iain (1890-1967) ‘The House on the Canal’ Etching. Signed, editioned 15/50 and inscribed.. £375.

Mactaggart-92730 MACTAGGART Sir William P.R.A. (1903-1981) Coastal landscape. Pencil and watercolour. Studio stamp verso ‘W. McTaggart / Studio No.192’. Exhibited: Phipps and Co, 1988. 14.5x18 inches. Framed: 23x26 inches. £1500
MacWhirter-91627 MACWHIRTER John R.A. (1839-1911) Black chalk, pencil, pen and ink. 3.75x2.25 inches. Framed: 12.5x15 inches. £375.
Macwhirter-94924 MACWHIRTER John R.A. (1839-1911) ‘Glen Sannox, Isle of Arran’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Inscribed on the original backing. 10x13.75 inches. £575.

Magnin-96735-024 MAGNIN & Co. 1930s. Studies for an Evening Dress. Pencil and crayon. Circa 1935. Design for the San Francisco Department Store, I Magnin & Co. 10.5x8.25 inches. £125.
Marc-(Rogers)-95802 'MARC’ (Mark Boxer 1931-1988) Richard Rogers R.A. Lord Rogers of Riverside (b.1933) Pen and ink. Signed. 11.25x7.25 inches. £1250.
Marchal-96888 MARCHAL Julian (1878-1950) Study of a boy’s head. Black chalk, with some white highlighting. Signed and dated, 1899. Exhibited: Julian Hartnoll. 11.75x9.75 inches. £375.

Martineau-96401 MARTINEAU Edith (1842-1909) ‘Leith Hill’, Surrey. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1887. 11x19 inches. £475.
martinez-89904_0 MARTINEZ Raymond (b.1937) ‘Morning, San Marmella’, Andalucia. Oil 0n paper laid 0n board. Signed. Exhibited: Lefevre Gallery, March, 1968. 16x12 inches. Framed: 20x16.5 inches. £875
Marx- MARX Enid (1902-1998) S for Side Saddle. Wood cut. Signed. 1988 restrike by Ian Mortimer from her 1939 ‘Nursery Rhymes’ blocks. 2x2 inches. £125.

Matania-91965 MATANIA Eduardo (1847-1929) King George V and Queen Mary in St Paul’s Cathedral. Brush, ink and gouache. Signed. Dated July 1911 verso and stamped ‘The Sphere’. Provenance: Illustrated London News / The Sphere Archive. 13.5x10 inches. £275
Matania-91986.jpg MATANIA Ugo (1888-1979) Germans fleeing a British Tank. Gouache. Inscribed verso: ‘2/12/16’, ‘No.42, Dec.1916’. 16.5x11 inches. £2,500
Mauve-95265 MAUVE Anton (1838-1888) The Rising Moon. Ink and watercolour. Signed. 28x16 inches. £2750.

May-94624 MAY Phil (1864-1903) Cockney Meeting. Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1893. 8.5x7.25 inches. £375.
May-94627 MAY Phil (1864-1903) Street Dancer. Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1894. 8.5x7.25 inches. £375.
mayer-88665 MAYER Luigi (1755-1803) ‘Parte del villaggio Capodociani con ponte de barche sul fiume Argis nella Valachia / Tavola No.L del viaggio pittoresco del Sog.Cav.Roberto Ainslie’. (sic) Watercolour, gouache and gum arabic. Signed and inscribed. 17x23 inches the page. £3400.

Mayer-92677.jpg MAYER Luigi (1755-1803) On the Meuse, Holland. Watercolour and gouache. Signed ‘Luigi Mayer, Roma, disegna’. Inscribed by the artist ‘Soborgo situate alle sponde della Mosa (Meuse) in Olanda. Copiato dal disegno originala del viaggio pittoresco del Sig.Cav. Robert Ainslie, fatto nel 1794’. Mayer accompanied Sir Robert Ainslie (Ambassador to the Ottoman Porte from 1775-1791) on his return across Europe to Britain. 10.75x15.25 inches. Framed: 19.25x23.25 inches. £1000.
mayor-martin-89731 MAYOR-MARTON George (1897-1960) The Carousel. Pen and ink. Circa 1935. Exh: Victor Waddington Gallery, Dublin; ‘Georg Mayer-Marton’, John Denham Gallery, 1994. £475
Maze-90779 MAZE Paul (1887-1979) ‘The kite’. Pastel. Signed. Possibly of Fishers Island, Long Island Sound, New York. 10.5x14 inches. Framed: 19.5x22.75 inches. £1250

Mcbey-90151 McBEY James (1883-1959) ‘Gunfire, Mount of Olives’, statue of the Virgin and Child 0n the roof of the French Hospice in Jerusalem. Drypoint. 1917. Signed and editioned ‘xxiv’ from the first (1921) edition of 54. 8x6 inches. £575
McCall-96509 MCCALL Charles James R.O.I. N.E.A.C. (1907-1989) Dressing. Oil pastels. Signed and dated, 1985. 11x5.75 inches. Framed: 17x11 inches. £975. Framed Photo
McCartney-Snape MACARTNEY SNAPE Sue (Living) ‘The Australian boyfriend’. Signed, inscribed and dated 2004. Pencil, ink and watercolour. 23x16 inches. Framed: 28x21 inches. £375

Mcfadyen-95315 MCFADYEN Jock R.A. (b.1950) 'I ran the World'. Etching and aquatint. Signed, inscribed and editioned 'A.P. 7/14'. 15.5x12 inches. £475.
Mcnab-(1)-95179 MCNAB Allan (1901-1982) ‘La Condamine, Monte Carlo’. Engraving. Signed, inscribed, editioned 34/75 and dated 1927. 12.5x15 inches. £675.
Mcnab-(2)-95178 MCNAB Allan (1901-1982) ‘Scylla, Straits of Messina’. Engraving. Proof. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1926. 14.25x14 inches. £675.

Meli-1 MELI Filippo (b.1795) ‘Non voglio Marito mi fo monaca’ Pencil. Signed, inscribed and with the artist’s address until 1834, 2nd floor, 104 via del Babuino. Blind stamped ‘F.M’. 8x11 inches. £225.
Meli-3 MELI Filippo (b.1795) A portrait painter at work. Pencil. Signed and inscribed with the artist’s address until 1834, 2nd floor, 104 via del Babuino. Blind stamped ‘F.M’. 8x11 inches. £325.
Meli-4 MELI Filippo (b.1795) ‘Servo di lor Signori…/ Signor Duca sono schiavo’ Pencil. Signed, inscribed and with the artist’s address until 1834, 2nd floor, 104 via del Babuino. Blind stamped ‘F.M’. 8.5x11.75 inches. £225.

Meli-6 MELI Filippo (b.1795) ‘Segretario de Contadini’. Pencil. Signed and inscribed. Blind stamped ‘F.M’. 8x11 inches. £225.
Mennie-88122unmounted MENNIE John (1911-1982) ‘POW working on the cutting at (Kauu) No.3 Camp, May 1943 Thai-Burma Railway’. Linocut printed in colours. Signed and inscribed. 8.75x13.75 inches. Framed: 17x21 inches. £475.
Middleton-91076 MIDDLETON John (1827-1856) River study, possibly near Ivybridge, Devon. Pencil. Circa 1845. 14x20.5 inches. £750

Millais-K01309 MILLAIS Sir John Everett P.R.A. (1829-1896) (Attributed to) Recto: ‘Sketch from Edmund’. Verso: Figure Figure studies for a Composition. Pencil. Inscribed by?Briton Riviere R.A. (1840-1920). Provenance: Briton Riviere R.A. and by direct descent. 13x21 inches. £2250. Verso
Millar-94781 MILLAR Henry Robert (1869-1942) ‘The Amulet’: Robert, Anthea, Cyril and Jane meet the Queen of Babylon. Pen and in. Signed and dated, 1905. Ill: the serialisation of Enid Nesbit’s ‘The Story of the Amulet’ (publ.1906) in the Strand Magazine, September 1905. 9x11.5 inches. £475.
Millard-B MILLARD Patrick (1902-1977) ‘Edward’. Ink and pastel. Signed. Exhibited: No.63. ‘Portraits of Children’, Arts Council of Great Britain, (1950). Ex. Collection: Eric Campion. 11x8.5 inches. Framed: 19x16 inches. £225.

Moira-92105 MOIRA Gerald V.P.R.W.S. (1867-1959) Industrial landscape. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1930. Prov: Artist’s Estate. 11x15 inches. £675
Moira-B92101 MOIRA Gerald P.R.I. (1867-1959) ‘The Comfort of Gospel’. Gouache. Signed and dated, 1941. Inscribed verso. 15x21.5 inches. £375
Monro-41632 MONRO Dr Thomas (1759-1833) Lake beneath a wooded hill. Chalk, brush, ink and stump. Provenance: Monro Descendant Sale, Phillips 30.1.1998. 7x9.25 inches. £375.

Monro-93522 MONRO Dr Thomas (1759-1833) Cottage and scrubland. Stump and wash. Circa 1800. Provenance: W. Foxley Norris, Dean of York and the artist’s great-grandson. 7.5x11 inches. Framed: 15.25x18 inches. £800.
Monro-93523 MONRO Dr Thomas (1759-1833) Castle Ruins. Brush and ink. Circa 1800. Provenance: A Descendants Collection of works by Thomas and Alexander Monro, Phillips, 30.1.1998. 7.25x9.25 inches. Framed: 15.5x17 inches. £1100.
Monro-93524 MONRO Dr Thomas (1759-1833) Village pond and gate. Stump and wash. Circa 1800. 6.5x8.75 inches. Framed: 14x16 inches. £600.

Monro-93526 MONRO Dr Thomas Trees and pond. Stump and wash on verso of part print with etched inscription dated 1st July 1805. 5x8.5 inches. Framed: 13.5x16.25 inches. £600.
Monro-93529 MONRO Dr Thomas (1759-1833) A wild landscape; rocks and trees. Brush, chalk and stump. 6.75x9 inches. Framed: 12.5x14.75 inches. £475.
Monvel-94358 MONVEL Bernard Boutet de (1881-1949) ‘December 1915’ – the return of the Wounded. Pencil, possibly a study for a frieze. Studio stamp. Provenance: Boutet de Monvel Sale, Sotheby’s Paris 5.6.2016. 11.25x15 inches. £600.

Mooney- MOONEY Martin (b.1960) ‘Castell d’Emporda’, Spain. Oil on board. Signed and dated, 1993. 20.5x40.5 inches. Framed: 29x49 inches. £2250.
Moore- MOORE Henry RA (1831-1895) ‘Lowestoft’. Oil on canvas. Signed twice and dated 188(?1). Remains of label verso ‘…Gale…running’ and inscribed ‘Lowestoft’ on the stretcher. 12x21.5 inches. Framed: 17.75x27 inches. £6750.
Moore-92939 MOORE Henry R.A. (1831-1895) A storm swept beach. Oil/canvas. Signed and dated, 1879. 14.25x26 inches. Framed: 17.25x30 inches £6500

Moore-92941 MOORE Henry R.A. (1831-1895) ‘After a Gale, Walberswick’. Oil/canvas. Signed and inscribed. Ex. Collection: Dr J. Linton Bogle. 21x31 inches. Framed: 28x38 inches. £12,000
Morgan-96349 MORGAN William Evan Charles (1903-1978) ‘Nymphs Bathing’. Etching. Signed, inscribed, dated 1928 and editioned 61/83. 8x 11 inches. £675.
Morgan-96364 MORGAN William Evan Charles (1903-1978) ‘Orvieto’ (G.26) Etching. Signed, inscribed, dated 1926 and editioned 28/50. 6.75x 11.25 inches. £775

morley-harry MORLEY Harry A.R.A. R.W.S. (1881-1943) 'The Poet’. Oil 0n gesso'd canvas. Signed and dated 1923. Exhibited: XVIII International Art Exhibition Venice, 1930. 24x24inches. £5000
Mortimer-96313 MORTIMER John Hamilton PSA (1740-1779) A page of studies. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed. Inscribed on the backing ‘Mortimer / Coll. Cheney / JB / 1885’. 7.25x6 inches. £2500.
Muller-96617 MULLER Richard (1874-1954) ‘The Archer II’. Engraving. Editioned 7/75. Signed and dated 1918 in the plate. 6.5x11.25 inches. £775.

Muncaster-95231 MUNCASTER Claude R.WS. S.M.A. (1903-1974) A four master trading clipper. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. Circa 1930. Signed. 10.25x14.75 inches. £350.
Muncaster-96101 MUNCASTER Claude R.W.S. S.M.A (1903-1974) ‘Evening in Salerno’. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, August 1953, verso. 11x14.75 inches. £375.
Muncaster-96206 MUNCASTER Claude R.W.S. S.M.A. (1903-1974) ‘Downs above Sullington’, Sussex. Watercolour. Signed and dated, ‘Feb.1928’. 10.75x14.75 inches. £575.

Muncaster-96920 MUNCASTER Claude R.W.S. S.M.A. (1903-1974) ‘Breezy day on the west coast of Scotland’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and dated, 1937 on the artist’s label, verso. 9x14.5 inches. Framed: 18.75x22.5 inches. £375.
Munn-95297 MUNN Paul Sandby (1773-1845) Cumberland. Watercolour. Circa 1806. 12x18.5 inches. £675.
Murry-95040 MURRY Richard N.E.A.C. (1902-1984) Winter Garden. Gouache on card. 1951. Exhibited: No.63, ‘Richard Murray’, Sally Hunter Fine Art, April 1988. Gouache. 16x20.5 inches. Framed: 22x25 inches. £1750.

Mussill-88768 MUSSILL William (1828-1906) Water lilies. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, ’12.9.72’. 26x19 inches. £350
Mussill-88771 MUSSILL William (1828-1906) Trunk study. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated ’17.VII.80’. 26x19 inches. £250
Napper- NAPPER John (1916-2001) ‘Corks’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1983. 7.25x9.25 inches. Framed: 11x13 inches. £1250.

Nash-T-93953 NASH Tom Saunders (1891-1968) The Farmer and his Yard. Oil 0n paper laid 0n card. Signed and dated, 1935. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery, October 1935. 14x11 inches. Framed: 19x16 inches. £3750
Neher-93514-14 NEHER Caspar (1897-1962) Verdi's 'Macbeth'. Act III: ‘Kings’. Pen, ink and watercolour. Signed with initials and dated, 1955. Inscribed by the artist in German and by a second hand, in Italian. The support sheet inscribed verso: ‘Act IV / 7 –Kings / # 19 – 8 Supers’. 26.5x30cms. Support sheet: 33x25cms. £775.
Neher-93514-17 NEHER Caspar (1897-1962) Verdi's 'Macbeth'. A Heath: Act I Scene 1 and Act III Scene 2. Pen, ink watercolour and gouache. Inscribed ‘Macbeth’. Signed with initials and dated, 1955. 28.5x42.5cms. Support sheet: 32.5x50.5cms. £750.

Neher-93514-18 NEHER Caspar (1897-1962) Verdi's 'Macbeth'. Macbeth’s Castle: Act I Scene 2 and Act IV Scene 2. Pen, ink watercolour and gouache. Inscribed ‘Macbeth’. Signed with initials and dated, 1955. 28x40cms. Support sheet: 32.5x50cms. £1,500.
Neher-93514-22 NEHER Caspar (1897-1962) Verdi's 'Macbeth'. Near the Border Between England and Scotland: Act IV Scene 1. Pen, ink watercolour and gouache. Inscribed ‘Macbeth’. Signed with initials and dated, 1955. 27x41.5cms. Support sheet: 32.5x50.5cms. £1,750.
Neher-93514-7 NEHER Caspar (1897-1962) Verdi's 'Macbeth'. Act I: ‘Page’. Pen, ink and watercolour. Inscribed by the artist in German and by a second hand, in Italian. The support sheet inscribed verso, ‘Act I / 4 not definite / #13 – 10 Pages’. 27x20.5cms. Support sheet: 32.5x25.5cms. £675.

Newberry-96267 NEWBERRY John RWS (b.1934) Kenya: the Watamu Beach Hotel, interior. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and dated, 29th March 2006, beneath the mount. 9.75x10.5 inches. £475.
Newberry-96268 NEWBERRY John R.W.S. (b.1934) Kenya: the Watamu Beach Hotel beach. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and dated, 23rd March 2006, beneath the mount. 9x12.5 inches. £475.
Newberry-96503 NEWBERRY John R.W.S. (b.1934) ‘Sunlight on snow, near Alexander Nevsky Cathedral, Talllinn’, Estonia. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed and dated 27th December 2005 on verso. 6x9 inches. Framed: 14.5x17 inches. £375.

Newbery-96502 NEWBERRY John R.W.S. (b.1934) ‘Cliffs with clouds, Baltimore’, County Cork. Watercolour. Signed. 5.5x5.75 inches. Framed: 14x13.25 inches. £225.
Newcombe-71603 NEWCOMBE William (Canadian 1907-1969) ‘Coming Day’. Brush, ink and watercolour. 1961. Signed. 20x25.5 inches. £475
newcombe-88630 NEWCOMBE Peter (b.1943) ‘Winter Sunshine, Whiston’. Oil on panel. Signed and dated 1980. Ex. Coll: Shell. 12x11 inches. £1250

Newcombe-95443 NEWCOMBE Peter (b.1943) ‘February Afternoon’. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1976. 30x25 inches. £1500.
Nicholson-94289 NICHOLSON Francis O.W.S. (1753-1844) Wiganthorpe Hall, Yorkshire. As enlarged to designs by John Carr for William Garforth circa 1780. Demolished in 1955. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1792. 12x16.5 inches. Framed: 22x26.5 inches. £2750
Nicholson-94552 NICHOLSON Rachel (b.1934) ‘Porthmear with four still life objects’. Gouache 0n board. Signed, titled and dated, Easter 1997, verso of frame. 6.5x9 inches. Framed: 11.25x13.75 inches. £2250

Nicholson-94941 NICHOLSON Kate (b.1929) ‘Eigg Seascape (small)’. oil on canvas. Signed, inscribed and dated 1980 verso of artist’s frame. 10x12 inches. Framed: 19x21 inches. £995.
Nixon-96165 NIXON Job R.E. (1891-1938) ‘Isola San Giulio, Lago di Orta’. Etching. From an edition of 60. Signed. 9.25x14.25 inches. £475.
Nixon-job-93736 NIXON Job (1891-1938) ‘Home Farm – near Plymouth’. Chalk, ink and watercolour. Circa 1930. Signed, inscribed verso. Provenance: Estate of the Artist’s daughter. 12x18 inches. £775

Nolan-92581 NOLAN Sir Sidney O.M. A.C. (1917-1992) ‘Painting’. Mixed media. Signed. Backing signed and dated, 1968. Exhibited: Sidney Nolan, Marlborough Fine Art, Cat. No.62 11.5x9.5 inches. Framed: 19.5x17.5 inches. £2750
Nollekens-95685 NOLLEKENS Joseph R.A. (1737-1823) Studies of Classical Figures. Pencil. Ex. Collection: Walter Brandt (his stamp verso). 7x10.25 inches. £975.
Norton-96311 NORTON Frank (1916-1983) RAN Official War Artist. ‘Fitting Out H.M.A.S. Yarra at Sydney’. Pencil and gouache on grey paper. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1935. ‘Yarra’ was a Grimsby Class Sloop, one of four laid down at Cockatoo Island Dockyard, Sydney, Australia in 1934 and launched in 1935. She was sunk by the Japanese in March 1942. 9x10.5 inches. £775.

ofex-90275 OFEK Avraham (1935 - 1990) View of Jerusalem. Pencil and gouache. Signed and dated, 1957. Exhibited: Neil Sack Gallery, Durban. 20x21 inches. Framed: 29x29 inches. £1500
Organ-92482.jpg ORGAN Bryan (b.1935) ‘Models: One kneeling’. Pencil, gouache and crayon. Signed and dated, 1968. Inscribed verso by the artist. 16.25x11.5 inches. £675
Orpen-95498 ORPEN Sir William R.A. R.H.A. (1878-1931) ‘Entertainer’. Red chalk. Exhibited: Pyms Gallery, Cat. No. 89. 5.5x4.75 inches. £775.

Palmer-94812 PALMER Samuel (1805-1881) The Sepulchre (Lister 16) (1880-83) Etching printed for ‘An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil’ (1883) 4x6 inches. £775.
Paluso-96537 PELUSO Francesco (1836-1916) A Neapolitan scene. Oil on canvas. Circa 1870. Signed. 17x13.5 inches. Framed: 22x19 inches. £3500.
Papas-94841 PAPAS William ‘Bill’ (1927-2000) ‘Central Library, Manchester’. Pen and ink. Signed and inscribed 29.5x19 inches. £650.

Papas-94842 PAPAS William ‘Bill’ (1927-2000) ‘Manchester Cathedral on a rainy day’. Pen and ink. Signed and inscribed. 29.5x19 inches. £650.
Partridge-96370 PARTRIDGE Bernard (1861-1945) Uncle Sam patronising China… Pen and ink for ‘Punch’. Signed and inscribed. 14.5x10 inches. £275.
payne-86749 PAYNE William (1760-1830) Landscape; possibly the Vale of Neath, Glamorgan. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1818. 9x14 inches. £775

Payne-96049 PAYNE William (1760-1830) ‘View on the Coast near Mt Edgecumbe’. Ink and watercolour. Signed. Signed and inscribed verso. 5.75x8.25 inches. Framed:13x16 inches. £2250.
Pearce-95560 PEARCE (Lord) Holroyd PC (1901-1990) ‘Joyce’s Country’, Lough Corrib. Oil on card. Signed. Inscribed verso. 10x14 inches. Framed: 16.5x20.5 inches. £875.
Pearce-95562 PEARCE Edward Holroyd (1901-1990) ‘Coast of Antrim’. Oil on card. Signed. 10.25x14.25 inches. Framed: 16x19.75 inches. £775.

Pearsall-96714 PEARSALL Richard (1891-1971) ‘Rio della Fava, Venice’. Etching. Trial proof. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1936. 8.75x10 inches. £375
Pellew-(4)-96344 PELLEW Claughton (1890-1966) ‘The Smithy’ (AS 50). Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, dated 1930 and editioned 5/30 (State 2) 10x8 inches. £675.
Pemberton-94204 PEMBERTON Muriel R.W.S. (1909-1993) Fashion illustration. Pencil. Circa 1975. 21x14.5 inches. Framed: 29.5x22.5 inches. £675.

Pemberton-94207 PEMBERTON Muriel R.W.S. (1909-1993) Fashion illustration. Pencil. Circa 1975. 21x14.5 inches. Framed: 29.5x22.5 inches. £675.
pemberton-96426 PEMBERTON John (1908-1960) ‘A Visitor to the Spa: The Eccentric’. Pencil and watercolour on blue/grey paper. 1944. Signed and inscribed. Costume design for ‘Ballonzolo & Balloona’. 14.25x9.25 inches. £375.
pemberton-96427 PEMBERTON John (1908-1960) ‘A Visitor to the Spa: The Dandy’. Pencil and watercolour on blue grey paper.1944. Signed and inscribed. Costume design for ‘Ballonzolo & Balloona’. 14.25x9.25 inches. £375.

pemberton-96428 PEMBERTON John (1908-1960) ‘The Constable’. Pencil and watercolour on blue/grey paper. 1944. Signed and inscribed. Costume design for ‘Ballonzolo & Balloona’. 14x9.25 inches. £175.
pemberton-96429 PEMBERTON John (1908-1960) ‘The Balloon’. Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache on blue/grey paper. Signed, inscribed and dated 1944. Signed and inscribed verso ‘Costume design for ‘Ballonzolo / & Balloona’. 13.5x9.25 inches. £375.
pemberton-96430 PEMBERTON John (1908-1960) ‘Visitors to the Spa: Light Hearted Ladies’. Pencil and watercolour on blue/grey paper. 1944. Signed and inscribed. Costume design for ‘Ballonzolo & Balloona’. 14x9.25 inches. £375.

pemberton-96431 PEMBERTON John (1908-1960) ‘A Visitor to the Spa: The Man from the Balloon’. Pencil and watercolour on blue/grey paper. 1944. Signed and inscribed. Costume design for ‘Ballonzolo & Balloona’. 14.25x9.25 inches. £375.
Peppercorn- PEPPERCORN Alfred Douglas I.S. (1847-1924) A wooded shore. Oil on canvas. 30x50 inches. £1500
Phillips-94427 PHILLIPS Tom R.A. (b.1937) ‘Paul Veronese…’; a Humament. Screen-print. Signed and editioned 71/75. 2.5x4.75 inches. Framed: 10x12.25 inches. £275.

Picart-94745 PICART Bernard (1673-1733) Putti and leopard in a cartouche. Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1718. 2.5x6 inches. £325.
Pickersgill-84774-32 PICKERSGILL Frederick Richard R.A. (1820-1900) Choosing. Pencil study. Circa 1850. Provenance: An album of Pickersgill sketches inherited by his sister-in-law Miss Hook and by descent. 5x3.5 inches. £150.
Pickersgill-84774-42 PICKERSGILL Frederick Richard R.A. (1820-1900) The Warning. Pencil study. Circa 1850. Provenance: An album of Pickersgill sketches inherited by his sister-in-law Miss Hook and by descent. 5.25x3.5 inches. £150.

Pickersgill-84774-52 PICKERSGILL Frederick Richard R.A. (1820-1900) Three figures. Pencil study. Circa 1850. Provenance: An album of Pickersgill sketches inherited by his sister-in-law Miss Hook and by descent. 3x3.5 inches. £150.
Piper-96086 PIPER John (1903-1992) Brunswick Terrace. Etching and aquatint for ‘Brighton Aquatints’, one of 200 impressions. 8.25x10.75 inches. Framed: 17x19.25 inches. £1,100
Pitchforth- PITCHFORTH Vivian R.A. (1895-1982) ‘Essex’. Watercolour. Circa 1930. Signed. Inscribed verso. 13x21.5 inches £675.

Pitchforth-38306 PITCHFORTH Vivian R.A. R.W.S. (1895-1982) ‘Rain, Southend’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed verso. 18.5x24.5 inches. £475.
Pitchforth-77795 PITCHFORTH Roland Vivian R.A. (1895-1982) ‘Poole Harbour’. Watercolour. Circa 1960. Signed. 17x23.5 inches. £475
Pitchforth-B38304 PITCHFORTH Roland Vivian R.A. (1895-1982) Riverside camp. Watercolour. Signed. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 13.5x20.5 inches. £375.

Pocock- POCOCK Nicholas (1740-1821) Souvenir of Ludolph Backhuysen (1631-1708). Pen, brush and ink after the oil painting engraved in the Choiseul Gallery (no.28). Exhibited: Ruskin Gallery. 4.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 14.75x16.75 inches. £325.
Pocock-90892 POCOCK Nicholas O.W.S. (1740-1821) Wales. A waterfall, possibly the Upper Fall of the Clydagh, Brecknockshire. Watercolour. 18x16 inches. £2950
Pocock-95302 POCOCK Nicholas (1741-1821) A coming storm. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1800. 18x16 inches. £575.

Pogany-96889 POGANY Willy (1882-1955) Going upstairs. Red chalk study for an illustration. Provenance: a collection of Pogany drawings with A and H in 2001. 6x8 inches. £225.
Pollitzer- POLLITZER Arthur Sigmund (1913-1983) Seated boy. Wax resist on watercolour ground. Signed and dated, 6.12.1948. Exhibited: Hanover Gallery. 17x22 inches. Framed: 27x22 inches. £475.
Pollock- POLLOK House, Glasgow. 1923. Arthur Peeters (Belgian) ‘Pollok House’ Pen and ink. Signed and dated, 1923. Inscribed beneath the mount ‘Drawn by Arthur Peeters – a Belgian refugee who / was badly burnt in the Belgian army at the siege of Antwerp in 1914 and remained / at Pollok with his parents and two sisters till after the Armistice in 1918’. Provenance: Estate of Sir John Stirling-Maxwell of Pollok (1866-1956) 11x16.5 inches. £225.

Potter- POTTER Mary (1900-1981) Study for ‘The Wood’. Oil on canvas. Signed verso. Ex. Coll: Donald Mitchell. 12x14 inches. Framed: 18.5x20.5 inches. £3000.
Prance-96842 PRANCE Bertram (1889-1958) Young Lady Motorist (in conflict wuth the La, nastily) “If it wasn’t absurdly impossible, I’d say you were too big for your boots”.pen and ink for ‘Punch’, 1.6.1932. 11.5x14.25 inches. Framed: 18x20.25 inches. £525.
Procktor-96326 PROCKTOR Patrick R.A. (1936-2003) ‘Language of Flowers’ (‘Invitation to a Voyage’ series: TS.13) Aquatint. Proof of an early state. Inscribed by the artist. The sheet: 27.5x34 inches. Framed: 34.5x41 inches. £875.

Procktor-96552 PROCKTOR Patrick R.A. (1936-2003) ‘Crystal Palace’. Watercolour. Signed and inscribed. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery. Ex. Coll: Professor John Ball. Exhibited: ‘Patrick Procktor: The Last Romantic’, Arts University, Bournemouth. 9x12 inches. Framed: 17.5x19.75 inches. £2500. Framed Photo
Procktor-Departure-93349 PROCKTOR Patrick R.A. (1936-2003) ‘Departure’ (‘Invitation to a Voyage’ series: TS.9) Aquatint. 1969-1970. Signed and inscribed ‘proof, retouched by…’ The sheet: 26x39 inches. £775.
Procktor-Ossie-Gervase-93350 PROCKTOR Patrick R.A. (1936-2003) ‘Ossie, Gervase and Eric’ (‘Invitation to a Voyage’ series: TS.11) Aquatint. Signed and editioned 4/75. Sheet: 26.5x39 inches. £775.

Procter-95047 PROCTER Ernest A.R.A. (1886-1935) ‘The Beech Tree’. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: ‘Ernest Procter’, Leicester Galleries, 1936. 14.25x10.5 inches. Framed: 23x19 inches. £1975.
Proctor-94955 PROCTOR Ernest A.R.A. (1886-1935) ‘Ypres / Cloth Hall, Town Gate / Ruins of Cathedral’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and inscribed. Painted in October 1918. 9.5x12.5 inches. £1750.
Prout-95141 PROUT Samuel O.W.S. (1783-1852) A Cornish Manor. Watercolour. Circa 1815. Signed. 7.25x10.5 inches. £2250.

Pym-93090 PYM Roland (1910-2006) A Tuscan Caprice. Ink and watercolour. Signed. 14x10 inches. £275
Rae-96726 RAE Barbara R.A. (b.1943) ‘Orchard’. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1972. 18.5x25 inches. Framed: 25x32 inches. £2250. Framed Photo
Randall-95376 RANDELL Gordon (fl.1970s) ‘Thames backwater, Shepperton’ – Desborough Channel Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, November 25th 1970. 14.5x18.25 inches. £550.
Rauscher-2 RAUSCHER Johann (1754-1808) Coburg / Thuringia: ‘Bei Coburg nach den Gleichens bergen hin’. Gouache. Circa 1800. Signed. Original Biedermeier frame and glass. 19x27 inches. Framed: 22x30 inches. £2750

Raven-Hill-96507-2 RAVEN-HILL Leonard (1867-1942) ‘Our Entertainment: Winded Performer “Easy on Bess, I can’t keep it up’. Pen and ink for ‘Punch’, 20th April, 1904. 7x11.5 inches. Framed: 15.5x18 inches. £225.
Read READ Blackwood M (fl. 1830s) An Incident. Ink and watercolour. Exhibited: William Drummond (Covent Garden Gallery) 4.5x5 inches. £375.
Reeve-69246 REEVE Russell R.E. (1895-1970) ‘Viana do Castello’, Norte, Portugal. Watercolour. Signed. Circa 1950. Studio stamp verso. 10.75x15.25 inches. £375.

reynolds-88982_0 REYNOLDS Alan (b.1926) ‘Forms black and yellow’. Watercolour. Signed. Exhibited: Redfern Gallery, 1962. 12.5x10 inches. Framed: 22x18 inches. £4750
Reynolds-96838 REYNOLDS Frank (1876-1953) ‘Heavens, I look a perfect fright in this hat!’ … ‘Modom exagerates’. Pen and ink. Signed. For ‘Punch’ circa 1930. 9x6 inches. Framed: 14.75x11.25 inches. £395.
Rich-33993 RICH Alfred William R.W.S. (1856-1921) Landscape sketch by the author of Watercolour Painting (1918), which did much to revive interest in the Early British School. Pencil and watercolour. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 11.75x15.25 inches. £225

Richardson-85107 RICHARDSON Thomas Miles Jnr (1813-1890) Lanscape study. Watercolour. Ex. Collection: a folder collected by 2rd Earl Eldon (1805-1854). Prov: Christies Encombe Park Sale January 2007. 16x25 inches. £475
rigaud-88291 RIGAUD Stephen Francis O.W.S. (1777-1861) Putti at play. Watercolour. Circa 1810. 8x11 inches. Framed: 15.75x18.25 inches. £750
Robinson- ROBINSON Alfred Douglas F.R.I.B.A. (1886-1965) ‘The Guildhall, Peterborough’. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1909, whilst a student at the Architectural Association. 10x14 inches. £225

Robinson-94028 ROBINSON Alfred Douglas F.R.I.B.A. (1886-1965) ‘Perspective Sketch’. Pencil. Signed and dated, March 7th 1907. Impressed stamp ‘A. A. Day School’ and signed by the headmaster Henry Maule F.R.I.B.A. (1873-1940). 11x14.5 inches. £225
Rochard-93412 ROCHARD Francois Theodore (1798-1858) ‘John Edmund Severne / 10th Light Dragoons’. Watercolour and gouache. Signed and dated, 1850. Inscribed on the frame. Severne (1826-1899) lived at Wallop Hall and was MP from Ludlow from 1865-1868. 15.25x11 inches. Framed: 23x18 inches. £2,250
Romney-92787 ROMNEY George (1734-1802) Pencil. Exhibited: Leger Galleries (as King Lear, Death of Cordelia), 1986. 5.5x9 inches. Framed: 13x16 inches. £1200

Rose-95874 ROSE Sir Francis (1909-1979) Travels in Italy ‘Roma’ : cartouche for ‘Vogue’. Pen and ink. 1939. Signed. Exhibited: Sir Francis Rose Retrospective, England and Co, May 1988. 14x12 inches. Framed: 22x19 inches. £575.
rosenthal-88210 ROSENTHAL Doris (1889-1971) ‘Plum Girls’, Mexico. Lithograph. 83/95. Signed. 13x16 inches. £325
rosenthal-88211 ROSENTHAL Doris (1889-1971) ‘Chiguillos’. Lithograph. 10/35. Signed, inscribed and dated 1939. 17x15 inches. £675

Rosoman-96771 ROSOMAN Leonard R.A. (1913-2012) ‘Aaron and Hur Stay Moses Hands’, to ensure the Israelites victory over the Amelekites. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed. Exhibited: Leonie Jonleigh Gallery, October 1970. 10.25x7.25 inches. Framed: 20x16.75 inches. £1400.
Roth-91680.jpg ROTH Dieter (1930-1998) ‘Ein Weiblicher Gedanke’. Suite of two etchings. Artists proofs aside from an edition of 50. 1971. Printed by Karl Schulz, Braunschweig. Published by Petersburg Press. £2500 (the Pair)
Roth-91681.jpg 1ROTH Dieter (1930-1998) ‘Ein Weiblicher Gedanke’. Suite of two etchings. Artists proofs aside from an edition of 50. 1971. Printed by Karl Schulz, Braunschweig. Published by Petersburg Press. £2500 (the Pair)

rothchild-88853 ROTHCHILD Judith (b.1950) ‘Morning in Peglio’. Pastel. Exhibited: ‘Judith Rothchild’, Francis Kyle Gallery, 1993. 19.5x16.25 inches. Framed: 31.5x27.5 inches. £675
Rothenstein- ROTHENSTEIN Michael R.A. (1908-1993) White Horse. Screenprint. Signed and editioned, 147/150. 26x20 inches. £575.
Rothenstein-K07098 ROTHENSTEIN Sir William N.E.A.C. (1872-1945) Portrait of Laurence Housman (1865-1959) Pencil, or lithographic crayon on prepared paper (joined). Provenance: By family descent to the artist’s grand-daughter and the Sale of her Rothenstein Collection, Sothebys, 26.2.2003. 6.5x6.5 inches circular. Framed: 14.25x13.25 inches. £2250.

Rothenstein-michael ROTHENSTEIN Michael R.A. (1908—1993) ‘Black’. Plank print. 1962. Signed and editioned 12/25. 24x37 inches. £675
Rowberry-96567 ROWBERRY Corporal Edwin Claud (1896-1962) ‘Gotterdammerung’. The Leaning Virgin on the Church spire at Albert. Watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘20.ix.17’. Rowberry served in the 4th Battalion, D Squadron Tank Corps on the Somme. 11.5x7.5 inches. Framed: 19.5x15 inches. £875. Framed Photo
Rowlandson- ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) A useful cupboard. Ink and watercolour. 4.25x6.5 inches £675.

Rowlandson-93315 ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) Assasins. Pen, brush and sepia ink. 11.5x9.5 inches. £2250
Rowlandson-93907 ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) The Mitre Inn, Paddington Canal. Ink and watercolour. One of at least four versions of this scene. One of the two V and A versions is signed and dated, 1812. 7x10.5 inches. Framed: 14x17 inches. £4250.
Rowlandson-94526 ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) A busy day on the high street, Barnet, Middlesex, with the east window of St John the Baptist's church in view. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed in another hand. 10.75x17 inches. Framed: 18.5x24.25 inches. £5750.

Rowlandson-95010 ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) The vegetable seller. Pen, brush and ink. Later inscribed. 5x6.25 inches. £2250.
Rowlandson-95140 ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) ‘Roach-Rock, Cornwall’. Ink and watercolour backed on the original washline backing thus inscribed. Also, verso, ‘Bought at the Sale of Mr Rowlandson’s / Drawings & Prints the 25th June 1828 / Mr Sotheby, Auctioneer’. 14.5x20 inches. £2250.
Rowlandson-96497 ROWLANDSON Thomas (1756-1827) Making Music. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. 8.25x7.75 inches. £3750.

Rowlett-96287 ROWLETT George (b.1941) ‘Blue and Yellow Cranes over Brunnel’s Tunnel’. Oil on board. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1998. Exhibited: Michael Richardson Contemporary Art. The Discerning Eye’. 8.5x12.5 inches. Framed: 15x19 inches. £1850.
rushbury-84780-2 RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) ‘Titterstone Quarry’ (JR.33). Drypoint and engraving. 1919. 1 of 30 impressions. Signed. 190x348 mm. £275
rushbury-88233 RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. (1889-1968) ‘York’, in the rain. Pen, brush and blue grey ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1933. Ex. Collection Wyndham T Vint, Bradford. 15x10 inches. £875

rushbury-88583-51 RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) ‘Romulus, Siena’ (JR.46). Drypoint. 1924. Inscribed and signed by Florence Rushbury ‘1st state, 2 proofs’. Signed. 180x220 mm. £375
Rushbury-90825 RUSHBURY Sr Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) ‘La Rochelle’ (R.47) Etching. 1924. Signed. 8x13 inches. £275.
Rushbury-90831 RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. R.W.S. (1889-1968) ‘Monte Aventino, Rome’ (R.64) Drypoint. 1929. Signed. Printed in an edition of 80. 5.5x11.75 inches. Framed: 14x19.75 inches £575.

Rushbury-95285 RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) The Fish Market and Quay, Dieppe. Chalk, brush and wash. Signed and dated, 1926. 12.75x18 inches. Framed: 20x25 inches. £1250.
Rushbury-96712 RUSHBURY Sir Henry R.A. R.E. (1889-1968) ‘Chateau Gaillard’ (R.37) Drypoint. 1921. Signed. From an edition of 50. 8x10.75 inches. £225.
Russell-Flint-94928 RUSSELL-FLINT Sir William R.A. (1880-1969) ‘Little encampment, Chauvigny - Evening’. Watercolour. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated ‘May 19th 1968’ and ‘After a day’s painting’, verso. 7.5x11 inches. Framed: 15x18 inches. £2250.

Salaman-93296 SALAMAN Michael (1911-1987) Italian child, Anticoli Corado. Oil on canvas. Inscribed and dated 1928 by the artist verso os stretcher. 20x16 inches. £1250.
Samuelson-96557 SAMUELSON Peter (1912-1996) ‘Man and Dog’. Pen and ink. Inscribed verso. Circa 1955. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 9x11.25 inches. £225.
Sandby SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) ‘Cheese Cake house, Hyde Park’. Pencil. Inscribed. Ex. Collection: Admiral Sir James Hawkins Whitshed (1760-1849). Sotheby’s 14.4.1994. Cheese cake House was demolished in 1835. 10.5x15.5 inches. Framed:18.5x22.75 inches. £875.

sandby-88232unframed SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) Et in Arcadia. Pencil and grey washes. Exhibited : Agnews (Ref 0505/87). 8x11 inches. Framed 17x19 inches. £2,750.
Sandby-95602 SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) Resting boy. Pencil, brush and wash. Provenance ( by repute) ‘Notebook of Bentinck family’. 3x2.25 inches. £475.
Sandby-95617 SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) ‘Windsor Forest’. Pencil. Inscribed. Pencil ‘F’ mark. Ex. Collection: Admiral Sir James Hawkins Whitshed (1760-1849). Sotheby’s 14.4.1994. Framed: 17x26.75 inches. £775.

Sandby-95649 SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) ‘Upnor Castle’ on the Medway, Kent. Pencil. Signed and inscribed. Ex. Collection: Admiral Sir James Hawkins-Whitshead (1762-1849); Sotheby’s 14.4.1994. 6.5x11.75 inches £475.
Sandby-95653 SANDBY Paul R.A. (1725-1809) or Thomas R.A. (1721-1798) ‘Barbican, an old ruin’. A Windsor capriccio? Pen, brush and ink. Circa 1760. 5.75x9.25 inches. Framed: 14.75x17.5 inches. £1800.
Sandby-95688 SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) House in trees, possibly Windsor. Pencil. Pencil ‘F’ mark. Prov: Admiral Sir James Hawkins-Whitshead (1762-1849); Sothebys 14.4.1994. 6.75x8.75 inches. £225.

Sandby-95690 SANDBY Paul R.A. (1731-1809) ‘Mrs Steele’s (?) St. Windsor’. Pencil. Indistinctly inscribed by the artist. Pencil ‘F’ mark. Prov: Admiral Sir James Hawkins-Whitshead (1762-1849); Sothebys 14.4.1994. 4.5x7.5 inches. £225.
Sandby-96484 SANDBY Paul R.A (1731-1809) Castle capriccio. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed verso ‘Thomas Paul Sandby’s / My Father’s drawing’. 5x7 inches. £3250.
sandham-89386 SANDHAM Henry (1842-1910) (Canadian) A colonial officer, possibly Haiti. Watercolour. Circa 1900. Signed. 14x20 inches. £475

sauter SAUTER Rudolf Helmut (1895-1977) ‘Spring comes to the dessert’. Oil/canvas. Signed. Inscribed and dated 1929 verso. 19x26 inches. Framed: 14.75x18 inches. £975
Schnell-8827 SCHNELL Gabriel van (fl.1920s) ‘El Bourrah Cid’: capriccio. Etching. Signed. 6.75x6 inches. £95.
Schulein-94927 SCHULEIN Julius Wolfgang (1881-1970) In exile: ‘Gare Montparnasse’. Chalk, watercolour and gouache.1933. Signed and inscribed. 14x19.5 inches. Framed: 23.5x29.5 inches. £575.

Scott-95168-b SCOTT Caroline Lucy (Lady) (nee Douglas 1784-1857) ‘Strathendry House, Fife’; belonging to the Douglas family. Watercolour. Signed on the mount. Inscribed. 7x10 inches. Framed: 17x19.5 inches. £600.
Scott-K07136-9 SCOTT Gordon (1914-2016) Roadmen. Etching. Proof. Circa 1935. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 10x8 inches. £225.
Scott-K07196-10 SCOTT Gordon (1914-2016) South London street scene. Lithograph. Circa 1935. Signed. 13x10 inches. £325.

Seargeant-B94868-006 SERGEANT John (1937-2010) Pierrot. Pencil and watercolour. Inscribed by the artist to his wife ‘For Carolyn on your birthday 1983 with love from John’. 11x8.25 inches. £225.
searle-88780_0 SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) ‘The Columnist': with stars of stage and screen. Pen and ink. Circa 1955. Signed. Artist’s stamp verso. 11x13.25 inches. Framed: 19.5x21.5 inches. £6750
Searle-91226 SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) ‘Ammunition. In respect of a misfire…a competitor may, if he is able, fire another shot’ Pen and ink. Inscribed by the artist. Drawn for an ICI / Kynoch Division shotgun cartridge advertisement. Circa 1960. 8x9.5 inches. £2250

Searle-91227 SEARLE Ronald C.B.E. (1920-2011) ‘Full credit shall be given for every shot that can be distinctly seen …’. Pen and ink. Inscribed by the artist. Drawn for an ICI/Kynoch Division shotgun cartridge advertisement. Circa 1960. 8x9.5 inches. £2750
Self-96594 SELF Colin (b.1941) Norfolk. ‘Across the river at Whitlingham, 4th October, 1970’. Watercolour. Signed, dated and inscribed verso. 11x8.75 inches. Framed; 21x18.5 inches. £1800.
Self-96598 SELF Colin (b.1941) ‘Last Year at Marienbad: Figures in ballroom / Two people on the balcony / Bedroom / The balcony’. Pen, brush and ink on four sheets of paper mounted and framed together as one. Inscribed and dated, 28th January, 1971 on artist’s label, verso. Framed: 19x26 inches. £2250.

Seppings-wright-91439 SEPPINGS WRIGHT Henry Charles (1850-1937) ‘German troops fording a river in 1897’. Ink and gouache for the Illustrated London News. Signed and dated, 1897. 10.5x14.5 inches. £225
Sergeant-94868-002 SERGEANT John (1937-2010) A glass of flowers. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1864. 14x9.75 inches. Framed: 21.75x16 inches. £475.
Sergeant-94868-013 SERGEANT John (1937-2010) Distant Isle. Watercolour and gouache on blue paper. Signed and dated, 1972. 7.75x11.5 inches. Framed: 16x19.5 inches. £475.

Sergeant-95109 SERGEANT Emma (b.1959) South coast beach, possibly Brighton. Oil on panel. Circa 1985. Exhibited: Agnews, label verso No.46232. 7.25x12 inches. Framed: 11x15.5 inches. £975.
Sergeant-95195-0001 SERGEANT Carolyn (1937-2012) The Sewing Box. Oil on card. Signed and dated, 1993. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 10x10 inches. £675.
Sergeant-96491 SERGEANT John (1937-2010) ‘Study Sheet 1’. Charcoal. Signed and dated, 2002. Exhibited: No.15 ‘John Sergeant Recent Drawings’, Fine Art Society, October 2002. 6.25x9.25 inches. Framed: 11.75x14.75 inches. £575. Framed Photo

Sergeant-B95195-005 SERGEANT Carolyn (b.1937) Dover Castle. Oil on card. Provenance: Artist's Estate. 6.5x11 inches. £775.
Sergeant-B95195-008 SERGEANT Carolyn (1937-2018) Oaks at the corner of a Herefordshire field. Oil on card. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 10x12 inches £575.
Sergeant-B95195-010 SERGEANT Carolyn (1937-2018) Winter scene, Herefordshire. Oil on card. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 8.5x12.75 inches. £475.

Sergent-95195-003 SERGEANT Carolyn (b.1937) Studies of field flowers. Oil on card. Provenance: Artists Estate. 7.5x13.75 inches. £475.
Serres-K07276 SERRES Dominic R.A. (1722-1793) Monte Argentario from the sea. Pencil, pen, ink and watercolour. Dated, 1784. Signed with initials and inscribed. £3750.
Seymour-88728 SEYMOUR James (c.1702-1752) Horseman on prancing steed. Pencil. Provenance: Stanhope Shelton. Covent Garden Gallery. 6x7.25 inches. Framed: 14x14.5 inches. £975.

Shackleton-96569 SHACKLETON William N.E.A.C. (1972-1933) Carving the War Memorial: the stone-yard at Putney Bridge. Oil and gouache on card. Signed and dated, 1923. Inscribed by the artist verso. 10x8.75 inches. Framed: 18x16 inches. £775. Framed Photo
Shackleton-96845 SHACKLETON May (aka May Furniss) (1874-1957) William Shackleton N.E.A.C. (1872-1933), the artist’s husband, cutting a sculpture, at Malham, Yorkshire. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1925. Provenance: Artist’s family by descent. 19x13.5 inches. £875.
Shackleton-96846 SHACKLETON William (1872-1933) Radiant figures. Gouache. Signed and dated, 1903. 11.5x15.75 inches. Framed: 20.25x25.25 inches. £475.

Shackleton-96848 SHACKLETON William (1872-1933) Self-portrait at 42 years. Gouache. Signed and dated, 1914. Oval 12.5x10.5 inches. Framed: 16x13.5 inches. £875.
Shannon- SHANNON Sir James Jebusa (1862-1923) Figure composition, possibly for a portrait. Pencil. Circa 1895. Provenance: Artist’s Estate and by descent. 10x13.75 inches. £275.
Shannon-2 SHANNON James Jebusa (1862-1923) Low tide. Watercolour. Circa 1895. Provenance: Artist’s Estate and by descent. 9.75x14.25 inches. £375.

Shannon-94867-001 SHANNON Sir James Jebusa (1862-1923) Lady Marjorie Manner (b.1883) at Haddon Hall. Watercolour. Circa 1895. Provenance: Shannon family and by descent. 12.5x9.75 inches. £675.
Shannon-94867-006 SHANNON Sir James Jebusa R.A. (1862-1923) Lord John Manners (1886-1940) at Haddon Hall. Watercolour. Circa 1895. Provenance: Shannon family and by descent. 11x9.75 inches. £675.
Shepard SHEPARD Ernest Howard M.C. (1879-1976) ‘Jeremy and Ernest’. Pencil study for an illustration to ‘Jeremy’ by Hugh Walpole (Publ.1919) Exh: no.31 ‘Ernest Howard Shepard’, Fine Art Society, 2002. 8.75x5.75 inches. Framed: 17.5x15.5 inches. £2250.

Shepherd-95505 SHEPHERD Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864) Regent’s Park Zoo. Pen, brush and sepia ink. Circa 1850. Signed. ‘Jack’ was the Zoos first elephant acquired in 1831. 6x9.5 inches £3250.
Shepherd-95509 SHEPHERD Thomas Hosmer (1792-1864) Marlborough House – the Entrance Front before Pennethorne’s 1860s alterations. Pen, brush and ink. Signed. 6x9 inches. £675.
Shepherd-96042 SHEPHERD Frederick Napoleon (1819-1878) ‘Chelsea Suspension Bridge’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed. Circa 1858. Inscribed verso: ‘Chelsea Suspension Bridge – Pont de Chelsea’. Exhibited: Michael Bryan. 4.5x6.5 inches. Framed: 14.5x16.5 inches. £600.

Sheppard-92765 SHEPPARD Maurice P.P.R.W.S. (b.1947) Stone wall and grazing sheep. Watercolour. Signed. 8x11.25 inches. Framed: 15.5x18.25 inches. £175
Shepperson- SHEPPERSON Claude Allin (1867-1921) Boy “What’s he been doing Mother?" Mother "I don’t know Dear, but it must have been something very bad indeed” Boy “I know, he must have been contradicting his mother’. Pen and ink for ‘Punch, 22.12.1909. Signed. 7.5x10 inches. Framed: 15x16 inches. £675.
Shirley-Smith-96787 SHIRLEY SMITH Richard (b.1935) Still Life. Oil on card. Signed and dated, 1996. 14.5x21 inches. Signed and dated, 1996. £675.

Shore-94507 SHORE Captain Frederick William John (1844-1916) ‘The first glimpse of the Vale of Kashmir from the tonga road at Baramulla’, Kashmir. Oil 0n canvas. Signed and dated, 1892. Inscribed 0n the stretcher. 12.75x24 inches. Original frame available. £3000
Shore-94508 SHORE Captain Frederick William John (1844-1916) ‘Flotilla at Baramulla’, Kashmir. Oil 0n canvas. Signed and dated, 1892. Inscribed 0n stretcher. 12.75x24 inches. Original frame available. £3000
Short-93195 SHORT Sir Frank R.A. P.R.E. (1857-1954) ‘Falls of the Rhine, Schaffhausen’ (R.93 S.197). Mezzotint after a sepia drawing by J M W Turner for his Liber Studiorum (never etched). 1896. Signed by Short. Ex. Collection: Sir John Stirling-Maxwell of Pollok (1866-1956). 9x11 inches. £275

Short-96708 SHORT Sir Frank R.A. P.R.E. (1857-1945) ‘ Chain of Alps from Grenoble to Chambery’ (MH 7ii) Mezzotint after a Turner drawing. Signed. Published by Dunthorne in 1887. 7x10 inches. £225.
Sickert-93985 SICKERT Walter Richard (1860-1942) John Addison Q.C. M.P. (1838-1907) Pen and ink. Ill: The Whirlwind, 6th September, 1890, p.169. Sickert drew character studies and wrote reviews for The Whirlwind between August and December 1890. 8x8 inches circular. £1800
Sickert-94931 SICKERT Walter Richard R.A. A.R.E. (1860-1942) ‘Red Cross’ (RB.162) Etching. 1915. Titled and inscribed by the artist ‘Red Cross / Unique state. Proof before letters (not for sale)’. Exhibited: William Weston. 11x14.5 inches. £2750.

Sickert-K07030 SICKERT Walter Richard (1860-1942) ‘Baccarat’. Pencil Circa 1920. Signed and inscribed. 8x7.75 inches. Framed: 15.5x15 inches. £2000.
Sicket-92055 SICKERT Walter Richard N.E.A.C. (1860-1942) Singer on stage. Pencil, squared for transfer in red ink. Drawn 1922-1923. Provenance: Adrina Sweder, sister of Christine Sickert, and by descent. We are grateful to Dr Wendy Baron for confirming this drawing. 14.5x9.25 inches. £2500.
Simpson-92141 SIMPSON William (1823-1899) Romanian-Bulgarian border. ‘Oltenitza (sic) (Oltenita) 0n the Danube, Northbank’. Pencil, brush and wash. Painted during his reporting of the Russo-Turkish War, 1877-78. Signed, inscribed and dated, May 1877. 8.25x16.5 inches. £975

skelton-81143 SKELTON John (1923-1999) Figure study. Charcoal and pastel. Signed and dated, 1965. 24x16 inches. £475
Smith-94180 SMITH John ‘Warwick’ (1749-1831) ‘View 0n the Fraeth Mawr Sands, towards Snowdon / 0n crossing them between Penmorsa & Cynant / Merionethshire’. Ink and watercolour. Inscribed and dated, ‘July 21st 1795’, to the original wash-line mount. The National Library of Wales holds 156 Welsh views mounted and inscribed in this manner. Provenance: Richard Burnett, Finchcocks Musical Museum. Lit: Iolo Williams, Early English Watercolours, p.86. 5x9 inches. Original mount: 12x17 inches. £3750.
Smith-94182 SMITH John ‘Warwick’ (1749-1831) ‘Llan Elltyd Bridge over the Maw – 0n the road between / Barmouth and Dolgelly – looking to Hnegwrt, and beyond to Cader Idris / Merionethshire’ (sic). Ink and watercolour. Inscribed and dated, ‘July 16th 1790’, to the original wash-line mount. Mount inscribed ‘(taken) July 16th 1790’ verso. The National Library of Wales holds 156 Welsh views mounted and inscribed in this manner. Lit: Iolo Williams, Early English Watercolours, p.86. Provenance: Richard Burnett, Finchcocks Musical Museum. 5x8.25 inches. Original mount: 12x17 inches. £3500. Inscription

Smith-96549 SMITH John 'Warwick' (1749-1831) View in Italy. CLICK HERE
Smith-96794 SMITH Alfred Reginald A.R.A. R.W.S. (1871-1934) Whitby. Watercolour. Signed. 10x14.5 inches. Framed: 20.5x24.5 inches. £875.
Smith-K07143 SMITH John ‘Warwick’ (1749-1831) Distant view to the ruins of Castle Dinas Bran; looking to them through the woods of weeping Birch of Llandifillio, near Llangollen, Denbighshire’. Watercolour and gouache on original washline mount, inscription largely erased but previously also inscribed along the bottom of the mount (as on the others from this series National Library of Wales) but trimmed and lost. Lit: Basil Long, Walker’s Quarterly 1927 cites a watercolour of this subject dated July 1786. 5.5x8 inches. £2250.

Smith-K07323 SMITH Erik (1914-1973) Paris : ‘Sous le toits’: view from the artist’s studio Etching. Proof. Circa 1938. £425.
Smith-percy-91277 SMITH Percy Delf (1882-1948) ‘Thiepval Chateau’. Drypoint. Signed, inscribed and dated, January 1917. 6.25x7.25 inches. £1350.
Smith-percy-91423 SMITH Percy Delf (1882-1948) ‘The Diggers’ Etching. Signed and inscribed. 6.25x8.5 inches. £875

Smith-Percy-Dance of Death SMITH Percy Delf (1882-1948) The Dance of Death. The complete 1919 Set of seven etchings in their original presentation portfolio. CLICK HERE
Soper-94946 SOPER Eileen (1905-1990) ‘Black Puss’. Etching. 1925. 1 of 7 signed impressions of the 6th and final state. 4.5x7.5 inches. £375.
Sorrell-1 SORRELL Alan (1904-1974) ‘Common Blood’. Pencil, watercolour and gouache. dust jacket design for Common Blood, C. E. Hascomb.1967. Signed and dated, 1967. 7x14 inches. £375

Sorrell-93862 SORRELL Alan R.W.S. (1904-1974) ‘At the hour of midnight the Salarian Gate was silently opened and the inhabitants were awakened by the tremendous sound of the Gothic trumpet…’ (Gibbon). Pencil, ink, watercolour and gouache. Inscribed by the artist: ‘Barbarians enter Rome. Prog. 1 / or 2’. Inscribed by the artist 0n label ‘Goths entering Rome / The Salarian Gate / opened by traitors at / midnight. (see Gibbon)’ 14.5x20 inches. Framed: 22x26 inches. £1500
Spear-92549 SPEAR Ruskin R.A. C.B.E. (1911-1990) ‘Cruise’. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1934. 10.25x7.5 inches. Framed: 18x15.25 inches. £575. Framed Photo
Spencer-G-96593 SPENCER Gilbert R.A. (1892-1979) ‘W. R. Hornby’, 1st XI soccer, Oundle’. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1960. 13x10 inches. Framed: 20x16 inches. £875. Framed Photo

spencer-pamela SPENCER Pamela Mary (1924-2012) Landscape near Oxford. Watercolour. Circa 1940. Provenance: Artist’s Estate. 10.5x13.5 inches. £225
spender-88861 SPENDER Humphrey (1910-2005) Maquette for mosaics in S.S.‘Canberra’. Fibreglass, aluminium film and watercolour. Signed. Circa 1957. 12.25x18 inches. Framed: 20.25x25.75 inches. £675
Springs-91256 SPRINGS John (b.1962) ‘Aubrey Beardsley’. Black and coloured inks. Signed. Inscribed ‘Unpublished c.2000’. 10.5x7.75 inches. £575

Springs-91257 SPRINGS John (b.1962) ‘Max Beerbohm’. Black and coloured inks. Signed. Inscribed ‘unpublished’. 12.5x9 inches. £575
Springs-91258 SPRINGS John (b.1962) ‘Shaw and Holroyd’. Black and coloured inks. Signed. Inscribed verso: ‘Times / Saturday Review’. 13.5x11.5 inches. £875
Stafford-Baker-92731 STAFFORD-BAKER Julius (1869-1961) Bombed railway station, Foggia. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 22.6.1944. Provenance: The Artist’s Estate. 17x22.5 inches. Framed: 25x30 inches. £1100

Stark-92802.jpg STARK James (1794-1859) Barges, possibly the upper Thames. Watercolour and gouache. Circa 1840. 7.75x11.5 inches. £575
Steadman- STEADMAN Ralph (b.1936) The Temptation of Lord Longford, The Longford Report on Pornography was published in 1972. Pen, brush and ink. Signed. 20x28.5 inches. Framed: 31.75x40 inches. £2000.
Steer-K07156 STEER Philip Wilson O.M. (1860-1942) Yorkshire landscape, near Hawes. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1904. 10x14.5 inches. £1250.

Steinthal-92928 STEINTHAL Helen (1911-1991) A Voice in the Woods. Ink, watercolour and gouache. Signed. 16x22 inches. Framed: 25.5x31.5 inches. £675
Stiebel-96126 STIEBEL Victor (1907-1976) ‘A White Silk Tulle Picture Dress embroidered with flower motifs carried out in gaiged rose-coloured tulle and diamonds. The skirt cascades from the left hip. The bodice is cuffed with rose-coloured slipper satin which is also used for the narrow belt’. Pastel and gouache on grey paper. With fabric sample. Believed to be for Princess Margaret. Circa 1955. 14.5x10.5 inches. Mounted in a Presentation folder, numbered ‘52’and signed: 19x14 inches. £600.
Stiebel-96127 STIEBEL Victor (1907-1976) ‘An Orchid Pink Silk Net Ball Dress. An Orchid Pink peau de soie ribbon is threaded through the flounce which finishes the bottom of the skirt, and tied into a large bow’. Pastel and gouache. With fabric samples. Believed to be for Princess Margaret. Circa 1955. 14.5x10.5 inches. Mounted in a Presentation folder inscribed ‘PM’, numbered ‘39’and signed: 19x14 inches. £600.

Stiebel-96128 STIEBEL Victor (1907-1976) ‘A Formal Evening Reception Dress in heavy white faille. The entire dress is embroidred. A ‘Broderie Anglaise’motif has been take and treated with diamonds. A faille band finishes the neckline and makes the narrow belt’. Pastel and gouache on grey paper. With fabric sample. Believed to be for Princess Margaret. Circa 1955. 14.5x10.75 inches. Mounted in Presentation folder inscribed ‘PM’, numbered ‘53’and signed: 19x14 inches. £600.
Stiebel-96129 STIEBEL Victor (1907-1976) ‘A White Tulle Evening Dress. The bodice is closely embroidered with very small silver sequins which are used also to border thickly each of the skirt flounces. Many stiffened net underskirts’. Chalk, watercolour and gouache on grey paper. With fabric sample. Believed to be for Princess Margaret. Circa 1955. 14.5x10.75 inches. Mounted in Presentation folder inscribed ‘PM’, numbered ‘38’and signed: 19x14 inches. £600.
Stonehenge-East-view-94871-004 STONEHENGE (subject) Early 19th century. Possibly by Thomas Watson. View from the?East. Pencil and grey washes. 13x21 inches. £485.

Stonehenge-South-view-94871-002 STONEHENGE (subject) Early 19th century. Possibly by Thomas Watson. South View of Stonehenge. Pencil and watercolour. £575.
Stonehenge-West-view-94871-005 STONEHENGE (subject) Early 19th century. Possibly by Thomas Watson. West View of Stonehenge. Pencil and grey washes. 13x20.25 inches. £550
Storm-07 The Great Storm of October 1987 and its Aftermath Five wood engravings by Claire Dolby, Monica Poole, Peter Reddick, Peter Smith and George Tute published by the Society of Wood Engravers in 1989 in an edition 250. Each signed and editioned 209/250. Each of the five mounted and in the original cloth bound box The box: 16x13 inches. The boxed set of five: £450 CLICK HERE

Stothard-96566 STOTHARD Thomas R.A. (1755-1834) A woman, children, and blindfolded figure. Ink and watercolour. 4x4.75 inches. £475.
stott-89870 STOTT Edward A.R.A. (1859-1918) Head of a girl, Charcoal and pastel. Provenance: Anne Dinnage, the artist’s housekeeper. 11x9.25 inches. £1100
Strang- STRANG William R.A. (1859-1921) Head studies. Pencil. Circa 1880. Provenance: An album of Slade drawings given by Strang to his Slade contemporary Ernest Sichel (1862-1941). 9.5x6.5 inches. £275

Strang- STRANG William R.A. R.E. (1859-1921) Studies of a baby. Red and black chalks on toned paper. Circa 1900. Signed and dedicated to Laurence W Hodson, Compton Hall, Wolverhampton. Provenance: Hodson family by descent. 8x12.5 inches. £875.
Strang-93184- STRANG William R.A. R.E. (1859-1921) Santa Cruz, Toledo. Etching. 1913. Signed. Ex. Coll: Sir John Stirling-Maxwell of Pollok (1866-1956) 12x6.5 inches. £350
Strang-95386 STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Arco de la Sangre de Cristo, Toledo’. Etching. Signed and dated, 1913. 10x5 inches. £350

Strang-96179 STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Orvieto’. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1910. 9.25x13.75 inches. Framed: 17.5x22 inches. £575
Strang-96377 STRANG William R.A. R.E. I.S. (1859-1921) Study of Will Hodson. Silverpoint. Circa 1900. Signed. Ex.Collection: Laurence Hodson (1864-1933), and by descent. 9.25x9.25 inches. £875.
Strang-96622 STRANG William R.A. R.E. (1859-1921) Portrait of a Boy. Red, white and black chalks on tinted paper. Signed and dated, 1903. 15x10 inches. Framed:25.5x19.5 inches. £3000. Framed Photo

Strang-96721 STRANG Ian R.E. (1886-1952) ‘Moorish Mill, Cordova’. Pencil. Circa 1930. Signed and inscribed. 8.75x11.25 inches. £675.
Strube- STRUBE George (1891-1956) ‘Plebiscites for All / A Banner with a strange device’ : Mussolini disconcerted by the 150,000 German minority included by the Treaty of St Germain in 1919… Ink and crayon. Circa 1939. 13x19 inches. Framed: 20.25x24.5 inches. £550.
Suddaby- SUDDABY Roland (1912-1972) ‘Yorkshire Moors’ Oil on board. Signed. 14.25x29.75 inches. Framed: 19x34.5 inches. £675.

Suddaby-81103-30 SUDDABY Roland (1912-1972) An East Anglian creek. Pen, brush, crayon, ink, watercolour and gouache. Provenance: the Artist’s Estate. 12x21 inches. £375
Suddaby-81103-44 SUDDABY Rowland (1912-1972) ‘Low Tide, Essex Estuary’. Pen, brush, ink and watercolour. Signed. Inscribed verso. Prov: the Artist’s Estate. 13x21.5 inches. £475
Swanwick-93719 SWANWICK Betty R.A. R.W.S. (1915-1989) ‘Cats and Swan dancing by the Sea’. Pen, brush and ink. Inscribed by the artist. Circa 1955. 13x11 inches. £1100.

Tait-93643 TAIT Agnes (U.S.A. 1897-1981) ‘Amities’. Lithograph. Signed, inscribed and editioned ‘10 Proofs’. Ex.Collection Marianne C Gourary. 8x12.5 inches. £225.
Tait-93644 TAIT Agnes (U.S.A. 1894-1981) ‘The Aristocrat’. Lithograph. 1936. Signed. Published by The American Artists Group. Ex. Coll: Marianne C Gouary (1920-2014) 10x13.5 inches. £225
Tanner-78473 TANNER Robin A.R.E. (1904-1988) ‘Harvest Festival’. Etching. 1930. One of 12 etchings from the Memorial Portfolio printed from the original plates and published in 1989 by Merivale Editions/Garton and Cook. Stamped and pencil editioned 13/100. 13x12 inches. £500.

Tanner-78475 TANNER Robin A.R.E. (1904-1988) ‘Autumn’. Etching. 1932. One of 12 etchings from the Memorial Portfolio printed from the original plates and published in 1989 by Merivale Editions/Garton and Cook. Stamped and pencil editioned 13/100. 13x12 inches. £500.
Tanner-78480 TANNER Robin A.R.E. (1904-1988) ‘Wren and Primroses’. Etching. 1935. One of 12 etchings from the Memorial Portfolio printed from the original plates and published in 1989 by Merivale Editions/Garton and Cook. Stamped and pencil editioned 13/100. 13x12 inches. £450.
Tavener- TAVENER Robert (1920-2004) ‘Pollarded Trees No.1’. Linocut. Signed, inscribed and editioned ‘Artist’s Proof 8/30’. 20x29 inches. £975.

Tavener-K07278 TAVENER William (1703-1772) Italian capriccio? Watercolour. Exhibited: Albany Gallery, 1986 Exhibition, No.1. 13x18 inches. Framed: 22x26 inches. £4000.
Tchelitchev-K06831 TCHELITCHEV Pavel (1898-1957) Study of a girl, possibly a costume design for Tilly Losch in ‘L’Errante’ (Music Schubert) 1933. ‘Les Ballets 1933’: Kochno and Ballanchine. Pen, brush and sepia ink. Signed and dated, 1932. 11.75x7.5 inches. Framed: 17.5x13 inches. £1750.
tebby-90175 TEBBY Arthur Kemp (1865-1935) ‘Our Imperial Guest the Kaiser and his Suite land from the Imperial Yacht ‘Hohenzollern’ at Port Victoria’. Kent. Pen and ink for The Daily Graphic. Dated stamped ’10 Nov.(19)02’ verso. 12x12 inches. £225

Tennant-96399 TENNANT Stephen (1906-1987) ‘The Coal Man, Bulford’. Pen and ink. Inscribed by the artist. Provenance: Sotheby’s Wilsford Manor Sale. Inscribed verso of frame ‘To Neil Tennant / from Philip Hoare / June 1991’. 9.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 15x12 inches. £875.
Thomas-94079 THOMAS William Fletcher (1862-c.1930) Ally Sloper skating. Pen and ink. Signed. ‘Sloper’s Art Union’ certificate of authenticity, signed and dated, 1902, verso. 12x10.5 inches. £1200
Thorpe-91211 THORPE John Hall (1874-1947) ‘Primroses’. Wood cut. Signed. 6.5x6 inches. £375.

Tindle-93437 TINDLE David R.A. (b.1932) Lemons, Tuscany. Tempera on canvas. 18.5x2.5 inches. Framed: 25.5x29.5 inches. £1750.
Tindle-95019 TINDLE David R.A. (b.1932) Self Portrait. Oil on paper. Signed. 32x24.5 inches. Framed: 37x29.25 inches. £2250.
Tindle-96175 TINDLE David R.A. (b.1932) ‘Pre-Design for the back-cloth for ‘Yolanda’. Mixed media. Signed, dated 1988, and inscribed verso of frame. Tchaikovsky’s opera ‘Jolanda’ was performed at Aldeburgh Festival in 1988. Exhibited: Piccadilly Gallery. 28.25x20 inches. Framed: 20x28 inches. £1100. Framed Photo

Tomkins-96044-001 TOMKINS Charles (1757-1823) The Crown Inn. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1782. Exhibited: Michael Bryan. 7.25x9.25 inches. Framed: 18x19 inches. £475.
Tomkins-96044-002 TOMKINS Charles (1757-1823) A Farm. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1782. Exhibited: Michael Bryan. 7.25x9.25 inches oval. Framed: 18x19 inches. £475.
Tonks-94272 TONKS Professor Henry (1862-1937) ‘ Il gran rifiuto’ Ink and watercolour. Inscribed with stanze from Dante ‘ The Divine Comedy’. Backing inscribed ‘Anti-American cartoon given me by D. S. McColl / too offensive to Americans to consider framing. Figures include: Admiral Tirpitz, Henry Ford, President Wilson, with T. E. Lawrence and King Faisal in the distance as Dante and Virgil. 10x12 inches. Framed: 17x19 inches. £2000.

Topolski- TOPOLSKI Feliks RA (1907-1989) Tempestuous landscape. Brush, ink and watercolour. Circa 1940. Indistinctly signed. Ex. Collection: Maurice Collis. 17x22 inches. £1750.
Topolski-92128 TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) ‘Chez Victor’, Wardour Street. Pencil and crayon. Circa 1965. Signed and inscribed, also ‘le proprietor Monsieur Gilbert France’. 14x20 inches. £1750
Topolski-93320 TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) ‘Christies, March 17th, 1960 – ‘Thirteen thousand guineas. No more’? Pencil, chalk, pen and ink. Signed, inscribed, and ‘£101,960 the highest total recorded / Louis XV Marquetry table by J F Oeben’. Ill: ‘Antiques and Old Masters’, Topolski’s Chronicle, no’s 13-14, vol. VIII, 1960. 14x20 inches. £2500

Topolski-95287 TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) Theatre Design for ‘The Motherly and Auspicious being the life of the Empress Dowager Tzu His in the form of a drama’. Ink and watercolour ‘stage decoration’ for the play by Maurice Collis (1889-1973). Signed and dated, 1944. Exhibited: Leicester Galleries, 1946. 22.25x29.5 inches. Framed: 30x27 inches. £2250.
Topolski-95290 TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) ‘The Sailor’s Return’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed and dated, 1939. 11x8.25 inches. £1500.
Topolski-95291 TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) Bargees. Brush, ink and watercolour. Signed and indistinctly dated 19?43. 14.5x10.5 inches. £975.

Topolski-K07033 TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) ‘Nuremberg, 1946’. Pen and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated. 12x9 inches. £1100.
Topolski-K07289 TOPOLSKI Feliks R.A. (1907-1989) Impressions of Red Square, Moscow. Pencil, gouache and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1941. Exhibited: Leicester Galleries, ‘Feliks Topolski’, 1946. Ex. Collection: Lady Carton de Wiart. 21x30.5 inches. Framed: 30x39 inches. £2000.
Towne-96472 TOWNE Charles (1763-1840) Groom and Horses Oil on panel. Signed. Label verso inscribed ‘Genelacre / Captain’s Office / No.1’. 6x8 inches. Framed: 8.25x10.25 inches. £3850.

Trauner- TRAUNER Alexandre (1906-1993) ‘Hecatombe’. Oil on card. Circa 1960. Signed. Inscribed verso. 22x29.5 inches. Framed: 31x39 inches. £2500.
Tucker-95347 TUCKER James Walker (1898-1972) ‘Chalk Pits, Amberley’, Sussex. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1929, verso. 14.25x20.25 inches. £875.
Tunncliffe-94403 TUNNICLIFFE Charles Frederick R.A. R.E. (1901-1979) ‘The Black Bull’. Etching. 1929. Edition of 75. Signed. Studio Sale Stamp 1980 verso. 6x9 inches. £775.

Tunnicliffe-95244 TUNNICLIFFE Charles William R.A. (1901-1979) ‘The Fox’ Earth (or Lair). Oil on canvas. Circa 1945. Signed. Used by ‘Boot’s’ for an advertisement associating the precision of a countryman’s terms of description with that of the pharmacist. 30x25 inches. Framed: 37x32 inches. £10,000.
Tunnicliffe-96390-2 TUNNICLIFFE Charles R.A. (1901-1979) ‘The Thatcher’ (MH.45). Etching.1927. Signed and editioned 19/75. 7.5x6 inches. £675.
Turner-96799 TURNER M.A. (Possibly Mary Ann Turner 1803-1874) ‘London from Greenwich Hill’. Pencil and sepia wash. Signed, inscribed and dated verso ‘London from Greenwich Hill / Original sketch / M.A.T / 1824’. Provenance: Direct descent from Dawson Turner (1775-1858) 8.75x12.5 inches. £975.

Uglow-94003 UGLOW Euan (1932-2000) ‘Pig’s Head’. Etching. Provenance: Gift of the artist to the previous owner. 4x3 inches. Framed: 10.5x9 inches. £975
Underwood-96346 UNDERWOOD Leon (1890-1975) ‘Strife’. Wood engraving. Signed, inscribed, dated 1925 and editioned 1/12. 10.5x 6.75 inches. £875.
Upton-03368 UPTON Michael (1938-2002) ‘Marshwood Vale’. Watercolour. Circa 1971. Inscribed by the artist. 7x9.5 inches. Framed: 13.75x16.5 inches. £325

Upton-93369 UPTON Michael (1938-2002) ‘Marshwood Vale’, Dorset. Watercolour. Inscribed by the artist. Signed and dated verso of frame ‘c.1971’. 7x10 inches. Framed: 14x16.5 inches. £475
Urmston-95420 URMSTON Captain William Brabazon Royal Naval Brigade (1828-1869) 'Valley of Death behind our left attack' Watercolour. Inscribed and dated July 1855 in ink. Also dated 'May 11th' in pencil. The Charge of the Light Brigade took place on 25th October, 1854. 8.25x13 inches. £775.
Urquhart-K07185 URQUHART Jane (1947-1983) Studio figure. Oil on canvas. Signed and dated, 1968. Provenance: John Ward C.B.E. 10x8.25 inches. Framed: 14.5x12.5 inches. £2500.

Varley-91642 VARLEY Albert Fleetwood (1804-1876) London: the view towards St Pauls Cathedral from Sydenham Hill. Watercolour with scratching out. Original backing signed. 4.25x7.75 inches. Framed: 12x14 inches. £675
Varley-92584 VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1842) 'Mountains of Morne / in the County of Downe / Ireland'. Sepia wash. Signed and inscribed on the accompanying backing. 2.75x4.5 inches. Framed: 13x11 inches. £275.
Varley-94530 VARLEY Cornelius (1781-1873) ‘Llanberis Church’. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1802. From an album made during the 1802 tour of Wales made by Cornelius and John Varley, paper watermarked 1793, which was intact in 1973. 6x14 inches. Framed: 15.25x22.5 inches. £775

Varley-95107 VARLEY John O.W.S. (1778-1842) ‘Ferry House, York’. Watercolour. Signed. Signed and inscribed by the artist verso. Prov: Fettercarin House. Ex. Collection: Sir William Forbes, 7th Bt. of Pitsligo (1773-1828) and by descent. 18x23 inches. £3750.
Varley-96054 VARLEY John O.W.S (1778-1842) Capriccio landscape. Ink and watercolour. Purportedly from a sketchbook ‘of one of about 18 similar sized sketches’. Exhibited: Leger, 1952. 4.75x6.75 inches. Framed: 13x14 inches. £1500.
Varley-96308 VARLEY John R.W.S. (1778-1842) A Welsh Castle, once thought to be Rhuddlan. Watercolour. Bears false signature. 9x11.25 inches. £975.

Vaughan-94932-2 VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) A Quarry. Pencil. From a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: Estate of Professor John Ball. 3.5x7.25 inches. £1250.
Vaughan-94935-2 VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) Figures in a wood. Pencil. From a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: Estate of Professor John Ball. 4.5x6 inches. £2000.
Vaughan-94936-2 VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) Tree Stumps. Pencil. From a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: Estate of Professor John Ball. 3.5x7.25 inches. £975.

Vaughan-94977-2 VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) The dancer. Pencil. Circa 1950. Studio stamp. Provenance: Estate of Professor John Ball. 7.5x4.25 inches. £4750.
Vaughan-95322 VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) Boy in a landscape. Pencil on trimmed page from a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: professor John Ball. 4x6.5 inches. £2250.
Vaughan-95323 VAUGHAN Keith (1912-1977) Hedge and house. Pencil on page from a 1943 sketchbook. Studio stamp. Provenance: Professor John Ball. 4.5x8 inches. £1750.

Vellacott-90934 VELLACOTT Elisabeth (1905-2002) ‘Twinned Oak’. Red chalk. 1988. Exhibited: New Art Centre. 17.5x14.5inches. Framed: 23x21 inches. £1200
Viladrich-94003 VILADRICH VILA Miguel (Lerida, Spain 1887 - Buenos Aires 1956) His Excellency Señor Don José Maria de Solano, Envoy Extraordinary and Minister Plenipotentiary of the Cuban Republic to Uruguay. Oil on panel. Signed, inscribed and dated in the crested oval lower left 'Effigy of his Excellency the Minister Jose Maria de Solano. It was made by the painter from Spain Miguel Viladrich in the city of Montevideo. Year MDCCCCXXIII'. Inscribed verso 'I finished this portrait the 18th of the present month of the year 1923 / In the palace of the legation / of Cuba at Montevideo. I declare / that the minister has posed so well that it could be said that / both of us did it / M. Viladrich' and signed with the artist's thumbprint. 35x24 inches. Framed: 37.5x26 inches. £10,000 Please contact us for more information.
Walch-90366 WALCH Charles (1898 - 1948) ‘Compotier’. Pencil. Signed. 1946. Exhibited: Galerie de la Presidence, Paris. 23.5x18 inches. Framed: 36x30 inches. £1500

Walcot-91450- WALCOT William R.E. (1874-1943) ‘The Forum’. Etching and aquatint. Signed and inscribed. 20x23.25 inches. £575
Walcot-93865 WALCOT William R.B.A. R.E. (1874-1943) ‘The House of a Patrician’ Etching and aquatint. 1913. Signed. 17x17.5 inches. £475.
Walcott-93866 WALCOT William RBA. RE. (1874-1943) ‘The Caldarium of the Baths of Caracalla’. Etching drypoint and aquatint. Circa 1916. Signed. Published by H C Dickens. Probable edition of 60. 17.5x15 inches. £475.

Walcott-93867 WALCOT William RBA. RE. (1874-1943) ‘Anthony in Egypt, No.2’. Etching with drypoint and aquatint, 1916. Signed. Published by H.C Dickens. Probable edition of 60. 19.5x19.5 inches. £500.
Walmsley-93318 WALMSLEY Thomas (1763-1806) Capriccio. Gouache. Circa 1795. 16x21 inches. £975
Ward-94275-012 WARD John (1917-2007) ‘My Dear Hans…’ Illustrated letter showing Santa Maria Formosa, Venice. Pen, ink and watercolour. Signed. Circa 1958. 12x18.5 inches. £575.

Ward-94275-029 WARD John Stanton C.B.E. (1917-2007) Studies for a portrait. Pencil and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1954. 19x14 inches. £775.
Ward-96768 WARD John Stanton (1917-2007) ‘Rome’. Ink and watercolour. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1961. 12.5x9.75 inches. £775.
Warren-K07266 WARREN William White (1832-1911) 'Combe Delafield & Co', Brewers, Stepney. Oil on paper. Inscribed 'Stepney'. Provenance: Christopher Powney. 2.75x6 inches. Repaired. £325.

Webb-95472 WEBB Clifford (1895-1972) ‘Black Swans’. Linocut printed in colours. Signed, inscribed and editioned 5/20. The Swans were a gift from the Government of Western Australia to Sir Winston Churchill. 16.5x13.75 inches. £1250.
Wedgwood-95457 WEDGWOOD Geoffrey H R.E. (1900-1977) ‘Porta Appia, Rome’. Porta San Sebastiano. Engraving. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1926. 8x7 inches. £475.
Welch-96195 WELCH Denton (1915-1948) ‘Brenda, or her mother’. Ink, chalk and watercolour. Inscribed verso. Provenance: Eric Oliver. Geoffrey Dunn. Sotheby’s 6.2.1985. 14.5x10 inches. Framed: 21x16 inches. £1250.

Welch-96310 WELCH Denton (1915-1948) Forbidden Fruit. Ink and watercolour. Provenance: Eric Oliver, Geoffrey Dunn, Sothebys … Exhibited (ex.cat) ‘Rex Whistler, Stephen Tennant and their two semi-circles’, 1987. 10x7.75 inches. Framed: 17.5x14.75 inches. £1750.
Wellington-95722 WELLINGTON Hubert (1879-1967) Woodland Path, Dorset. Oil on panel. Circa 1933. 8.5x10.5 inches. £475.
werner-90773 WERNER Carl (1808-1894) Italy. The view from Norma towards Sermoneta, across the Pontine Marshes and towards Monte Felice. Pencil. Signed, inscribed and dated 1844. 10x17 inches. £250

Wesson-94750 WESSON Edward (1910-1983) ‘St Pauls from up-stream’. Pencil, ink and watercolour. 7x9.5 inches. £675.
Wesson-K06842 WESSON Edward (1910-1983) Landscape study. Watercolour. Signed. 12.5x19 inches. Framed: 22x28 inches. £700.
Westall-96254 WESTALL William A.R.A. (1781-1850) ‘Approach of the Monsoon, Bombay Harbour’. Watercolour. 1804. Aquatinted by Theodore Fielding as Plate 2 for Captain Robert Grindlay’s ‘Scenery, Costume and Architecture, chiefly on the Western Side of India’ (publ. Ackermann 1826-1830) 7.5x10.25 inches. Framed: 16x18.5 inches. £1250.

Whichelo-95379 WICHELO John M (1784-1865) Windsor Great Park with the Castle in the distance. Watercolour. Signed and dated, 1825. 19x25 inches. Framed: 27x32.75 inches. £3750.
Whistler WHISTLER Rex (1905-1944) Illustrated Calender for April 1940-March 1941 (W&F.649). Twelve colour plates after paintings by Rex Whistler mounted to thick paper, perforated at head for months to be torn off. 27x19.5 inches £1750 CLICK HERE TO VIEW
Whistler WHISTLER Rex (1905-1944) Desert Islands: 'And About Them’. Engraving. 1930. A and H re-strike 2015. To illustrate Desert Islands by Walter de la Mare. Stamped verso: ‘Rex Whistler (1905-1944) / Engraving for ‘Desert Islands’ / Printed from the original plate by Huguenot Editions / for Abbott and Holder Ltd. 2015 x/75’. 2.25x4 inches. £50

White- WHITE Ethelbert S.W.E. N.E.A.C. (1891-1972) ‘Swanburn Farm’. Wood cut printed in colours. Signed, inscribed and editioned 6/25. 5.75x7 inches. £375
White-82769 WHITE (?W ) Early 19th century. ‘The entrance to the Rajah’s garden at Tilinkeery(?) Nagpoor’. Pen, brush and ink. Signed, inscribed and dated, 1819. 9.5x14.5 inches. £225.
White-clare-90788 WHITE Clare (1903-1997) The children 0n the street, Barbados. Pencil and watercolour. Signed. 14x19 inches. 21x26 inches. £1100

Whitehead-95316 1WHITEREAD Rachel C.B.E. (b.1963) ‘Mausoleum under construction’. Screenprint. 1992. Signed, inscribed and editioned 37/65. 28x34.5 inches. Framed: 30x37 inches. £1350
Wilcox-95356 WILCOX Frank Nelson (U.S.A. 1887-1964) Maine: ‘Boothbay Harbor (sic) after rain’. Watercolour. Signed. Inscribed verso. 14.5x19.5 inches. £575.
Wilczynski-96425 WILCZYNSKI Katerina (1894-1978) The ghosts of antiquity. Ink and watercolour. Signed and dated, 1952. 14.75x17.5 inches. Framed: 23x25.5 inches. £775. Framed Photo

Wilczynski-B WILCZYNSKI Katerina (1894-1978) Studies of the Greek Scholar, Poet and Collector, Professor John Mavrogordato (1882-1970) Pen and ink. 1942. 12x9.5 inches. £275.
Wilkie-94682 WILKIE Sir David R.A. (1785-1841) Sketch for ‘Peep O’Day Boy’s Cabin in the West of Ireland’ (Tate Britain). Pen, brush and ink. 1934-5. Ex. Colls: Sir Robert Witt; Robin Hamlyn. 6x4 inches. Framed: 15.5x13 inches. £875
Wilkinson-95300 WILKINSON Rev. Joseph (1764-1831) Langdale Pikes. Pencil and watercolour. 9.5x13.5 inches. £775.

William-94453 WILLIAM Hugh William ‘Grecian’ (1773-1829) ‘Ruins of Tusculum’. Pen and ink on blue paper. Inscribed and dated, September 29th 1817. Prov: 'The De La Hanty Album' of 120 drawings made by Williams on his 1816-1818 Continental Tour. Ex Coll: Probably William Douglas of Orchardton (?1784-1821) who paid for the Tour;... ; Baron Dr. Cornelius Ver Heydon de Lancy (1889-1984) (m.Josephine De la Hanty before WWII); Stephen Somerville (the album broken up and exhibited 1988). See other examples of drawings from the album in the BM. 16.75x21.75 inches. £775.
William-94456 WILLIAM Hugh William ‘Grecian’ (1773-1829) ‘Tusculum – Amphitheatre dug out by L. Bonaparte’. Pen and ink on blue paper. 1817. Inscribed twice. Prov: 'The De La Hanty Album' of 120 drawings made by Williams on his 1816-1818 Continental Tour. Ex Coll: Probably William Douglas of Orchardton (?1784-1821) who paid for the Tour;... ; Baron Dr. Cornelius Ver Heydon de Lancy (1889-1984) (m.Josephine De la Hanty before WWII); Stephen Somerville (the album broken up and exhibited 1988). See other examples of drawings from the album in the BM. 16.5x22 inches. £675. We are grateful to Dr Joe Rock for his help in cataloguing Nos.82-84.
Williams- WILLIAMS Jolan Polatschek (1908-1988) Bavarian Beer Hall Lithograph. Proof. Circa 1935. Prov|: Artist’s Estate. 19x14 inches. £125.

Willson-92975 WILSON Scottie (1889-1972) Birds, butterflies and fish. Gouache on black paper. Signed. 18.75x14 inches. Framed: 26.25x21 inches. £1750. Framed Photo
Wilson-39544 WILSON Richard RA (1714-1782) (Circle of) Campagna capriccio. Black chalk. Circa 1760. 11.5x17.5 inches. Framed: 20x25.5 inches. £875
Winter-90752 WINTER William Arthur R.C.A. C.G.P. (1909-1996) ‘Italian Women’. Pencil. 1963. Signed. Exhibited: Art Gallery of Toronto, Sale of Canadian Art. 14x19.5 inches. Framed: 21.5x28.5 inches. £775

Wolfsfeild-92966 WOLFSFELD Erich (1884-1956) Travellers around a camp fire. Pencil. Circa 1910. Provenance: The Belgrave Gallery, circa 1975. 9x6.75 inches. £400
Wolfsfeld-92959 WOLFSFELD Erich (1884-1956) A Polish beggar. Brush and ink. Signed and dated 1917. Exhibited: Belgrave Gallery c.1975. 22x15 inches. £1250.
Wolfsfield-92968 WOLFSFELD Erich (1884-1956) Travellers around a camp fire. Pencil. Circa 1910. Provenance: The Belgrave Gallery, circa 1975. 9x6.75 inches. £400

Wonnacott-93022 WONNACOTT John C.B.E. (b.1940) ‘Estuary Window Sketch’. Pencil. Exhibited: Marlborough Fine Art (No.33482.6) 26x9.5 inches. £1500
Wood-96260 WOOD Albert Victor Ormsby (1904-1977) Mannered Figure. Pencil and watercolour. Provenance: David Clarke (1920-2005) 21x9 inches. Frame: 33.5x20 inches. £475.
Wood-96321 WOOD Christopher (1901-1930) Seated Dancer, Paris. Pencil. Circa 1926. Provenance: Redfern Gallery. 23x18 inches. Framed: 25x20 inches. £4500. Framed Photo

wood-john-90070 WOOD John Harold (c.1890-c.1965) ‘Old Rufus’, Jamaica. Ink and watercolour. Signed and inscribed. By the author of Jamaican Palette (1955). 13x10.25 inches. £225
wood-john-90073 WOOD John Harold (d. Circa 1965) ‘The Coalman’, Jamaica. Pencil and chalk. Drawn by the author of Jamaican Palette (1955). Signed and inscribed. 14.5x10.5 inches. £275
woodforde-70007 WOODFORDE Samuel R.A. (1763-1817) Italy. The Convent of Grotta Ferrata’, ancient Tusculum. Pencil and watercolour study for his 1805 R.A. exhibit (no.217). Exhibited: William Drummond. 10x15 inches. Framed: 17x21 inches. £975

Wragg- WRAGG Arthur (1903-1976) Washington Race Riot, August, 1963. Charcoal, gouache and fibre-tip pen. 1963. 12.5x10 inches. £375
Wraith- WRAITH Robbie R.P. (b.1952) Piazza Giuseppe Poggi from across the Arno, Florence. Oil on canvas board. Signed. Inscribed verso. 8x10 inches. Framed: 16x18 inches. £675.
Wright-64222 WRIGHT Richard Henry (1867-1930) ‘Lucerne’. Watercolour. Signed and inscribed. 8.25x11.25 inches. £575

Wyld-96498 WYLD William (1806-1889) An entrance to the Bois de Boulogne. Watercolour and gouache. Signed. Exhibited: Ruskin Gallery. 4.5x8 inches. £3750.
Wyllie-95172 WYLLIE William Lionel R.A. R.E. (1851-1931) Fishing boats landing on the Normandy Coast. Oil on card. Circa 1870s/early80s. Signed. Exh: Maas Gallery 3x6 inches. Framed: 9.5x13.5 inches. £1800.
yates-88729 YATES Gideon (1790-1840) Staines Bridge, built between 1827-1832 to the designs of George Rennie. Ink and watercolour. Signed. 10x19 inches. £475

Zerning-93821 ZERNING John (Contemporary) Design for a Geodesic Dome. Pen and ink. Signed. 17x25 inches. Framed: 30x22 inches. £975.



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