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AFTER JACQUES-FRANCOIS COURTIN
VERTUMNUS AND POMONA
oil on panel
26.0 x 23.5cm / 10 1/4 x 9 1/4in


£250 - £350

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FLEMISH SCHOOL (18th CENTURY)
THE HUNTING PARTY
oil on canvas
31.0 x 41.0cm / 12 x 16in


£200 - £300

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 MANNER OF ORAZIO GREVENBROECK
LOADING THE SHIPS
oil on canvas
49.0 x 63.0cm / 19 1/4 x 25in
Unframed


£60 - £80

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FRENCH SCHOOL (EARLY 19th CENTURY)
THE UNION OF VENUS AND MARS
oil on gold leaf ground
45.0 x 63.0cm / 17 3/4 x 24 3/4in


£1,000 - £1,500

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AFTER JEAN-ANTOINE WATTEAU
LA PERSPECTIVE
oil on panel
21.9 x 16.0cm / 8 3/5 x 6 1/4in
The present work is after Watteau's only known Fete Galante to show an identifiable location, the Château de Montmorency near Paris. The Château was the home of his friend and patron, the art collector and financier Pierre Crozat. The composition was engraved by Louis Crépy and published in 1729.


£300 - £500

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FOLLOWER OF PHILIPP PETER ROOS, CALLED ROSA DA TIVOLI (1655-1706)
A PASTORAL SCENE
oil on canvas, laid to backboard
24.9 x 29.2cm / 10 3/4 x 11 1/2in


£150 - £250

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FRENCH SCHOOL (LATE 17th CENTURY)
AN EXTENSIVE LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES AND A DISTANT TOWN
ink & wash
17.5 x 28.7cm / 6 3/4 x 11 1/4in
unframed, upper edge stuck down to mount


£300 - £500

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A FOLIO OF OLD MASTER DRAWINGS
INCLUDING A COPY AFTER DOMENICHINO'S DESIGN FOR THE FRESCO OF THE ORATORIA DI SANT'ANDRE AL CELIO, ROME
sold together with works variously in the Manner of Pietro de Angelis, the manner of Filippo Lauri, and by the Roman School (18th Century)
variously pencil, pen & ink with wash
26.0 x 42.5cm / 10 1/4 x 16 3/4in
unframed
(6)


£200 - £400

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AFTER ISAAC OLIVER
ELIZABETH I WITH SCEPTRE AND ORB
engraving, 1620, a good 17th century impression
13.8 x 10.75cm / 5 1/2 x 4 1/4in
This rare engraving shows Elizabeth I in her official robes for the Opening of Parliament. There is another impression of this subject in the Wellcome Collection, London (Wellcome Library no. 569882i).


£100 - £150

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AFTER BARTOLOMEO PINELLI
VENUS AND CUPID FROM VIRGIL'S AENEID
signed l.r. E.L. Fecit
inscribed in pen with part of Virgil's Aeneid, Bk.I, v664
pen & brown ink
27.0 x 30.5cm / 10 1/2 x 12in


£150 - £250

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AFTER GERARD DE LAIRESSE
STUDIES FROM A TREATISE ON THE ART OF PAINTING (GROOT SCHILDERBOEK)
initialled four times verso RAC
inscribed extensively with passages from the English translation of de Lairesse's text
black chalk, pen & ink on paper
32.0 x 20.0cm / 12 1/2 x 8in
Gerard de Lairesse was a leading art theorist of the Dutch Republic's Golden Age, whose treatises on painting, ...


£400 - £600

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PELLEGRINO DE COLLE (1737-1812), AFTER STEFANO BARCELLA
REGRETTERA QUI VEUT LE BON VIEUX TEMS, ET L'AGE D'OR, ET LE REGNE D'ASTRÉE
etching
Plate: 40.2 x 29.8cm / 15 3/4 x 11 3/4in
A rare impression, with another known example in the British Museum (Museum No.1866,1110.1475). The inscription is taken from Voltaire's Le Mondain.


£80 - £120

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 ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 19th CENTURY)
PORTRAIT OF A MAN
oil on panel
17.5 x 14.0cm / 7 x 5 1/2in


£60 - £80

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CIRCLE OF GEORGE KNAPTON (1698-1778)
PORTRAIT OF A LADY
oil on canvas
61.0 x 53.5cm / 24 x 21in


£400 - £600

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AFTER THOMAS HUDSON
A PORTRAIT OF H.R.H. WILLIAM AUGUSTUS, DUKE OF CUMBERLAND
oil on canvas
36.0 x 30.0cm / 14 1/4 x 11 3/4in
The print from which the present work derives was based on a painting commissioned by the Duke's older brother, Frederick, Prince of Wales in 1744, now in the Royal Collections (RCIN 407465). It was a collaborative exercise between John Wootton (1682-1764) and ...


£500 - £700

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AFTER THOMAS GAINSBOROUGH, R.A.
A PORTRAIT OF GEORGE IV AS PRINCE REGENT
pencil
63.0 x 47.0cm / 24 3/4 x 18 1/2in
The present pencil study is a 19th century hand after Gainsborough's 1781 portrait of H.M. George IV which now hangs at Waddesdon Manor (Acc. no. 2258).


£200 - £300

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FOLLOWER OF AUGUSTUS LEOPOLD EGG, R.A. (1816-1863)
PORTRAIT OF A GIRL IN A BLUE BONNET
oil on canvas
29.5 x 24.0cm / 11 1/2 x 9 1/2in


£250 - £350

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AFTER RICHARD COSWAY, R.A.
PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN IN A WHITE BONNET
watercolour
42.0 x 29.0cm / 16 1/2 x 11 1/2in


£100 - £150

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ENGLISH SCHOOL (MID 19th CENTURY)
A PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN IN A PURPLE DRESS
bears signature David Cox
watercolour
23.5 x 23.5cm / 9 1/4 x 9 1/4in (oval)


£100 - £150

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ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th CENTURY)
PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN IN A FROCK COAT
sanguine chalks
33.0 x 24.0cm / 13 x 9 1/2in


£200 - £300

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HENRI-PIERRE DANLOUX (1753-1809)
PORTRAIT OF A GENTLEMAN
signed & dated l.l. HP Danloux 1800
oil on canvas
73.0 x 59.3cm / 28 3/4 x 23 1/4in
There are several possible candidates for the present work's sitter: Danloux exhibited a portrait of a Mr Rodgers in 1800 at the Royal Academy Summer Show (No. 203), who is recorded in the artist's journal as ""M. Prodgers""; the artist is ...


£3,000 - £5,000

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SAMUEL WOODFORDE, R.A. (1764-1817)
A VASE AT STOURHEAD
pen & ink with coloured washes
inscribed l.r. at Sir Rich'd Hoares
29.5 x 17.0cm / 11 1/2 x 6 1/2in
Samuel Woodforde was generously patronised by several members of the Hoare banking dynasty, whose family seat was Stourhead. At one point, Sir Richard Hoare paid Woodforde a salary of £100 per annum which allowed him to travel ...


£100 - £150

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BRITISH PROVINCIAL SCHOOL (MID 18th CENTURY)
THE BENEVOLENT LADIES
oil on canvas
37.5 x 49.5cm / 14 3/4 x 19 1/2in
The present work is similar in theme to George Morland's 1792 painting Morning, or The Benevolent Sportsman (Fitzwilliam Museum, Obj. No. 1786).


£150 - £250

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BRITISH PROVINCIAL SCHOL (MID 18th CENTURY)
A BREAK DURING THE HUNT
oil on canvas
42.0 x 52.0cm / 16 1/2 x 20 1/2in


£300 - £500

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BRITISH PROVINCIAL SCHOOL (MID 18th CENTURY)
A PARKLAND VIEW
oil on canvas
37.0 x 50.0cm / 7 x 10 3/4in


£120 - £180

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ENGLISH SCHOOL (18th CENTURY)
HAY BALES IN A FIELD
oil on panel
10.5 x 13.0cm / 4 x 5in


£60 - £80

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DUTCH SCHOOL (18th CENTURY)
A FRUIT MARKET
watercolour
9.0 x 13.5cm / 3 1/2 x 5 1/4in


£200 - £300

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ENGLISH SCHOOL (LATE 18th CENTURY)
TWO SHEETS OF CHARACTER STUDIES & CARICATURES
sold together with an oil on board in the Manner of George Morland
pen & ink with watercolour
Largest: 22.0 x 32.0cm / 8 1/2 x 12 1/2in
(3)


£100 - £200

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JOHN MASEY WRIGHT (1777-1866)
THE PENITENT DAUGHTER
pen & ink with watercolour
36.0 x 28.5cm / 14 x 11 1/4in


£100 - £150

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 AFTER SIR JOSHUA REYNOLDS, P.R.A.
THE DUCHESS OF BUCCLEUGH
including a modern reproduction print of The Duchess Spencer
mezzotint engraving
63.0 x 39.0cm / 24 3/4 x 15 1/4in
(2)


£60 - £80

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AFTER THOMAS ROWLANDSON (1756-1827)
THE LOYAL VOLUNTEERS OF LONDON
hand coloured aquatints, some with gold highlights
publ. Ackerman's Gallery, 1798/1799, 101 The Strand, London
25.0 x 20.0cm / 94/5 x 8in
Provenance:
The Parker Gallery
Literature:
Abbey, Life no. 379
Joseph Grego, Rowlandson the Caricaturist, Vol. 1, London 2015, pp.375-378
Tooley, 416
Including ...


£400 - £600

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WILLIAM PETHER (c.1738-1821) AFTER JOSEPH WRIGHT OF DERBY, A.R.A.
A PHILOSOPHER GIVING A LECTURE ON THE ORRERY
publ. John Boydell, London, 1768
mezzotint engraving on laid paper
Image: 44.7 x 58.0cm / 17 1/2 x 22 3/4in
Sheet: 49.5 x 60.7cm / 19 1/2 x 24in


£500 - £700

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ATTRIBUTED TO CHARLES JAMESON GRANT (fl. MID-19th CENTURY)
PUBLICAN'S SPORT FOR OCTOBER, OR THE BEER BILL IN FULL OPERATION
published by Orlando Hodgson, 10 Cloth Fair, London
lithograph with hand colouring
Plate: 19.5 x 30.0cm / 7 3/4 x 11 3/4in
The present work is a very rare impression whose hand is not known with certainty. It does not feature in the BMC (British Museum Collection), ...


£150 - £250

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AFTER WILLIAM HEATH
'THE ROW IN PARLIAMENT STREET
sold together a lithograph after Heath, an etching after Gillray by Tegg, an etching after Rowlandson by Tegg & an etching after Doyle.
late impressions
Largest (plate): 25.0 x 36.0cm
(5)


£80 - £120

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ATTRIBUTED TO CONSTANTIN GUYS (1802-1892)
A LADY WITH A PARASOL
india ink, pencil & wash
12.4 x 7.8cm / 4 3/4 x 3in
unframed


£120 - £180

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ATTRIBUTED TO JÉAN BERAUD (1849-1936)
BELLE SOIRÉE!
signed and titled l.r.
watercolour and gouache
51.5 x 87.0cm / 20 1/4 x 34 1/4in


£400 - £600

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JAN HENDRICK WEISSENBRUCH (1824-1903)
A DUTCH LANDSCAPE WITH A LAKE
signed l.l. & verso
watercolour
20.0 x 35.0cm / 8 x 14in
unframed


£250 - £350

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FELIX VALLOTTON (1865-1925)
A SKETCH OF A NUDE LADY IN PROFILE
initialled l.r.
blue chalk
34.0 x 18.0cm / 13 1/2 x 7in
Provenance:
Purchased at Gallerie Paul Prouté, early 1970's
unframed, mounted


£800 - £1,200

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ITALIAN SCHOOL (19th CENTURY)
DRAWINGS OF HISTORICAL ARMOURS
pen & ink
Each drawing: 20.0 x 28.0cm / 7 3/4 x 11in
mounted & framed together


£100 - £150

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 FRENCH SCHOOL (LATE 18th CENTURY)
UNE REVOLTE A BORD
titled l.l.., signed l.r. O. de Fleur-d'Orange
pencil drawing with coloured washes, heightened with bodycolour
14.5 x 22.0cm / 5 3/4 x 8 1/2in
The artist's signature is a play on the perfume Eau de Fleur d'Oranger, or Orange Blossom.


£60 - £80

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GEORGES STEIN (1855-1930)
A BORDEAUX STREET SCENE
signed, titled & dated l.l. Georges Stein Bordeaux XIV
watercolour
24.0 x 34.0cm / 9 1/2 x 13 1/4in


£500 - £700

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JEAN-ANTOINE-SIMÉON FORT (1793-1861)
AN EXTENSIVE NORTH EUROPEAN LANDSCAPE VIEW WITH MEDIEVAL RUINS
signed & dated l.r. Siméon Fort 1825
watercolour on Whatman paper (watermarked)
19.7 x 27.2cm / 7 3/4 x 10 3/4in
Jean-Antoine-Siméon Fort studied under Christian Brune, the Professor of Topography & Landscape Painting at the École Royale Polytechnique. Fort was tasked by the French ...


£200 - £300

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CONTINENTAL SCHOOL (19th CENTURY)
STUDY OF A FOUNTAIN
pen & ink with sanguine chalk
28.0 x 40.0cm / 11 x 15 3/4in


£80 - £120

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 ADRIEN JOSEPH VERHOEVEN-BALL (1824-1882)
THE FLOWER SELLER
signed and dated l.l.: A.J. Verhoeven Ball 1871
watercolour
34.0 x 46.0cm / 13 1/3 x 18in


£80 - £120

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ANGELO DALL'OCA BIANCO (1858-1942)
IMPERTIMENTO
signed & titled l.m.
ink and wash
27.0 x 17.0cm / 10 1/2 x 6 1/2in
Angelo Dall'Oca Bianco studied under Napoleone Nani at the Cignarolli Academy of Fine Arts in Verona. He specialised in genre scenes set in his hometown, but began to experiment with the possibilities of photography's impact on painting after meeting Francesco Paolo ...


£250 - £350

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ATTRIBUTED TO EUGÈNE DEVÉRIA (1805-1865)
A LADY HOLDING A DECORATIVE JUG
pencil on paper
26.0 x 20.0cm / 10 1/4 x 8in


£200 - £300

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FRENCH SCHOOL (EARLY 19th CENTURY)
A FLAUTIST
pencil
30.0 x 24.8cm / 11 3/4 x 9 3/4in
The present work shows the possible influence of the French artist Henri-Francois Reisener (1767-1828), who painted portraits of several aristocrats with their musical instruments. For comparisons see Rieunier, Bailly-Pommery, Mathias, Paris,17.06.2002, Lot 18 and Osenat, Fontainebleau, 10.06.2012, ...


£400 - £600

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HENRI-GEORGES BREARD (1873-1939)
A MAN SMOKING A PIPE
signed l.r.
oil on canvas
45.0 x 36.0cm / 17 3/4 x 14in


£100 - £150

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