Pictures and Prints – 8th December

Lot Number Description Low Estimate High Estimate
3 E.M. Anstead, watercolour of a blue tit in a hazel  tree, signed to lower right and housed in a wood and gilt frame 15 25
4 A limited edition print entitled ‘Hook Line’ initialled ‘SJS’, dated ’93 and numbered 2/50 housed in an unusual chain frame 15 20
6 Two hand-coloured oriental studies on paper, one with mother and child playing with a cat, the other of a lady clutching papers, both signed with character marks 40 60
10 Patrick Nairne (20th Century British), ‘Paignton, S.Devon’, watercolour, signed lower right 15 25
11 A still life of flowers, oil on canvas, by Erica Eske, signed to lower right, with newspaper cutting to verso 15 25
12 A watercolour of a figure by a river with a village to the background, indistinctly signed and dated to lower right and housed in a  gilt frame 10 20
13 An oil on canvas depicting the temptation of Christ, unsigned 20 40
20 An oil on board of figures walking through fields in crop, monogrammed JS to lower left and housed in a painted wooden frame 15 20
21 A late 19th century hand coloured engraving of Scotney Castle, Kent 15 25
22 An Inuit lithograph of an Eskimo spearing a seal through the ice 30 50
23 An oriental silk work picture depicting peacocks, character marks to top left, housed in a faux bamboo frame 30 50
24 Local interest watercolour entitled ”Pevensey Gate” by Sir Anthony Williams KCMG, label en verso, signed to lower right and housed in a gilt frame 15 25
25 Shirley Carnt (20th century British), ‘Old Coal Barn, Thornton’, oil on canvas, signed to lower right, label to verso 20 30
30 A framed and glazed watercolour of a tree with church and houses to the background, indistinctly signed, an oil on board entitled ‘April Harmony’ by Brian Macey, signed to lower left and dated 1985 and a watercolour of the River Dart at Buckfastleigh, signed Sidney Rye ’20 to lower right (3 items) 15 25
31 A 20th century oleograph of a flamenco dancer with guitar player and on-lookers, indistinctly signed to lower left and housed in an ornate gilt frame 20 30
32 A framed oil on board by Wendy Monck, MBE, of orange poppies, signed by the artist and indistinctly signed to lower right, labels en verso 15 25
37 An oil study of yellow and purple irises, indistinctly signed, possibly N. Beeby, housed in a gilt frame with anti-reflective glazing 15 25
38 Winifred Marie L. Austen (1876-1964), ”Lapwings”, etching of lapwings over a ploughed field, monogrammed and signed in pencil to lower right and housed in a gilt frame 50 100
39 Sydney E Wilson, ‘The Truants’, mezzotint, after the picture by W R Bigg  RA, signed in pencil.  Limited edition with guild stamp housed in gilt gesso frame 10 20
40 An oil on board of stormy skies over fields and a lake, indistinctly signed en verso, housed in a mahogany frame 20 30
41 Maureen L Coley, a watercolour entitled ”Stoney Middleton, Derby”, signed to the lower right and dated 1989 10 15
42 A framed photograph showing the pilot boat No 1, the ”Charles Livingston” wrecked during the great gale on Ainsdale Lido on 26th November, 1939. The Master (Captain A.M.Mcleod), seven pilots, eight apprentices and seven members of the crew were lost. Housed in an ebonised frame 15 25
44 Dennis Andrews, (20th Century British), ”The Yangtze Incident”, colour print depicting HMS Amethyst Under Fire on the Yangtze River, 20th April 1949, signed in pencil to lower right and housed in a gilt frame 20 40
45 Malcolm Crouse (19th/20th century, British) ”Pass at Nant Ffrancan from Bangor”, watercolour, titled lower centre, signed lower right, housed in a  gilt frame. 20 40
46 An unsigned oil on canvas showing farm folk by a tranquil river with sheep and countryside to the background, and trees to the foreground 15 25
47 A 20th century oleograph of a young lady with basket by the sea, dated 1915, label to verso, housed in a gilt frame 20 30
48 Tony Woollett, ”Tiger Moth II” aviation print from an original painting by Tony Woollett, signed in pencil to lower right and housed in a mahogany frame 20 30
49 J. Arnold, Sheffield Steel Works, watercolour, signed to lower left and dated to back 1980, housed in a gilt mahogany frame 15 25
50 A watercolour entitled ”The Garden of the King of Italy’s Palace”, signed to lower left and housed in a wooden frame 10 15
52 A limited edition print, 1/50, by Keith Grant entitled ”A Thames Barge Race in the Estuary” 15 20
53 A watercolour of a cottage in the woods, indistinctly signed to lower left and housed in a gilt frame 10 20
54 A print after V G Gilbert entitled ”An Elegant Soiree”, housed in a stained beech frame 20 50
56 Steve Gibbs, ”Stealth 1944” limited edition print 181/500, a Lysander takes off from a field near Paris to return an agent to England for briefing prior to D-Day, signed to lower right and housed in a mahogany gilt frame 20 40
57 A mid 20th century reproduction of the official plotting map kept at the South Eastern Region Headquarters showing where flying bombs fell in the south-east 20 30
62 H.A. Kinderhill, S.E & C.R. paddle steamer at Upnor, signed and dated to lower right and housed in a  gilt frame 30 40
63 Anthony Hansard ”Concorde – The High Flyer”, limited edition print 323/1976, together with a genuine piece of Concorde G-BBDG (202), signed to lower left John Lidiard, Concorde Flight Engineer and to lower right Anthony Hansard, original artist, housed in a gilt and mahogany frame with label to verso 30 50
65 A print on board entitled ”Dawn Chase” depicting a ship in sail on rough seas, by Montague Dawson 40 60
74 A pair of Oriental embroideries on silk of birds amongst flowers, framed and glazed 20 30
79 Pamela Milne, watercolour of Crowborough, East Sussex, signed Milne on reverse and dated 1970, framed and glazed 10 20
86 Horse racing interest, one of a limited edition of 6 lithographs depicting ”Ormonde”, Winner of the Derby Stakes, 1886, from an original oil painting by Emil Adam commemorating the 200th Derby, 6 June 1979 plus one other horse racing print (2 items) 30 40
88 T. Way, a 19th century etching of barges on the Thames with docks to the background, signed and dated to lower right and housed in a  gilt frame 15 25
89 A Kath Daintith-Jones pastel of the sun setting over the sea entitled  ‘Evening Sky at Llandduls”, monogrammed to lower right and housed in a gilt frame 20 30
97 A pair of early 20th century oils on board depicting river scenes, possibly London 30 50
100 An early 20th century  print entitled ”His First Christmas” from the original painting by Arthur J Elsley 30 40
108 Geoffrey Leeson (20th Century British), large print of a grasshopper, numbered 2/75 and signed lower right 40 60
109 A 19th century watercolour of fisher women walking across the sands with boats to the background, possibly Dutch, unsigned and housed in a gilt frame 40 60
110 A large abstract oil on canvas, attributed to Bizzo, unsigned and unframed 20 40
111 Christopher B Dee, ”Britannia Rules” colour print of the Canberra returning home, signed ”Best Wishes from Christopher B Dee, ’81” to lower right and housed in a mahogany frame 20 30
112 John Aston, ‘Belfast’, watercolour of Belfast Lough with dockyards to background, signed and dated 1913 to lower left, housed in a gilt frame 20 40
114 James B Hayes, ”Power in the Down” limited edition print 85/250, of a steam locomotive with children waving, signed to lower right and housed in a wood and gilt frame together with a Nicolas Trudgian print of a steam locomotive pulling freight, signed to lower right, framed 30 50
115 An early 20th century coloured engraving of a lake with statues and wooded area to background, possibly Versailles, indistinctly signed to lower right and numbered 42 to lower left, housed in an oak frame 20 40
116 Leeson Rowbotham, oil on board of oak trees in autumn with rabbits in the foreground 20 30
117 David Weston, ”A Portrait of Power” limited edition print 189/500 of a steam locomotive, signed to lower right and housed in a wood and gilt frame 30 40
123 Mary Sherman ‘The Pavilion, Penns-in-the-rocks’, oil on board, monogrammed to lower right and housed in a wood and gilt frame 20 30
124 Two framed religious prints, one depicting St John the Baptist and St Blaise, the other The Annunciation, both housed in gilt frames 20 40
125 G. Hooker, oil on board of a lake with pine trees and mountains to the background, signed to lower right and housed in a gilt frame 20 30
126 A continental watercolour, town river scene with bridge and figures and boat to embankment, signed Dinan and indistinctly dated to lower right, housed in a moulded gilt frame. 30 50
130 An oil on canvas of a flower study showing autumn leaves and fruit by Mrs Isabella Lauder Thomson, labels en verso, glazed and housed in an ornate gilt frame 20 30
131 P Davies, ”Morning”, watercolour and oil on board of trees in winter, signed to lower right and titled to lower left, together with two watercolours by Eve Walker, entitled ”Shoreline 1 + 2”, both signed and housed in pine frames (3 items) 20 30
132 An oil on canvas of a thatched cottage and trees beside a lake, indistinctly signed to lower right and housed in a white painted frame 10 20
133 A Mary Sherman oil on canvas, possibly The Giant’s Causeway, signed to lower right and unframed 20 30
134 A limited edition print entitled ‘Squatter Huts’ 101/500, signed to lower right 15 20
144 A still life watercolour of orchids, unsigned and housed in a gilt frame 10 20
145 A 19th century engraving depicting a street scene with figures to the foreground 40 50
147 A watercolour and pen of St Martin du Carigou, Pyrenees, indistinctly signed to lower right and dated December 1983, housed in a wood and gilt frame 10 20
148 A still life oil on board of apothecary’s bottles and a flagon, indistinctly signed to lower right and housed in a gilt frame 10 20
152 John Rootes, oil on canvas of cottages by a river with trees to the fore and background, signed to lower left 10 15
153 A watercolour of a moonlit beach with mountains to the background, indistinctly signed to lower right and dated 1881 15 20
154 Two 20th century prints, one depicting a river with a child sailing a boat, figures on the bank and church to the background, the other a church with a couple walking, with a village to the background 20 30
162 A pair of framed and glazed hand-coloured prints depicting the latest Paris fashions as shown in a supplement of ‘The Queen, The Lady’s newspaper and court chronicle’. dated March 27th, 1873 and April 2, 1887 together with two framed and glazed Mabel Lucy Attwell postcards (4 items) 20 30
195 Two boxes of assorted oils, prints and engravings to include examples by Mary Sherman (2 boxes) 30 50
202 A 20th century oil on canvas of a Golden Retriever 30 40
206 A print of  Bodiam Castle after William Alexander Ansted, engraved by Arthur Coombe, signed, unframed 20 40
255 An oil on board of a coastal scene, unsigned and two floral prints (3 items) 20 30
259 A large print of a pensive gentleman in battle dress, indistinctly inscribed and titled to the base, framed and glazed together with a print entitled ”Sunset in the Highlands” depicting  cattle drinking at a loch with mountains in the background, framed and glazed (2 items) 10 15
260 A hand coloured engraving entitled ”Ramsgate” depicting fishing boats on rough harbour seas, drawn by E.W.Cooke and engraved by W. Finden, housed in a gilt frame 10 20
272 Four framed maps to include Sussex, Kent and Middlesex 20 30
275 A framed and glazed watercolour of East Shefford Rectory, Berkshire, signed K.S. to lower right, with label en verso, which reads ”Home of Richard and Emma Mooyart (nee Meyer, only sister of Horace) before coming to Eastbourne 15 25
314 A collection of various oils, watercolours, photographs, prints etc., some examples signed  (1 box) 30 40
315 Seven 19th century coloured engravings, all religious studies, to include ”The Screen in the Church of Aerscot”, ”Pulpit in St Gudule, Brussels”, ”The Tomb of De Merodes Family” etc 15 25
316 Assorted pictures and prints including an oil on canvas of a thatched cottage, maps, bird and botanical studies etc (2 boxes) 20 30
317 A box of assorted prints, mainly of cats, to include a Louis Wain example ((1 box) 10 20
334 A collection of seventeen large French polychrome lithographs depicting scenes from the New Testament, all unframed 15 25
335 A collection of eight Mary Sherman oils on board and canvas to include still life, abstracts etc, most with labels en verso 50 60
339 Two oils on board, both seascapes of rough seas breaking over cliffs and shore, one with gulls and boat to background, both indistinctly signed to lower right and unframed 30 40
343 An oil on canvas of fish, by Sue Perry 10 15
345 A lithograph entitled ‘Le Chateau de Chillon’, framed 10 15
347 A 19th century gilt and ebonised gesso picture frame aperture, approximately 93 cms x 72.5 cms 20 30
350 E. Hopkins, oils on canvas, one depicting a cottage by a pond with mountains to the background, the other showing the ruins of a castle with lake and trees to the foreground and mountains to the background, both signed and unframed (a/f) (2 items) 40 60
354 A large mixed media picture of a woman, with another in the background, entitled ‘Tristesse’, numbered 31/350 to lower left, indistinctly signed to lower right, glazed and framed 30 40
355 A framed reproduction print of the front cover of High Society Magazine, housed in a decorative gilt frame 15 20
358 A mid-20th century abstract oil on canvas depicting a face, unsigned and unframed 30 50
366 Six photographic prints of risque Victorian ladies together with a print of a nude, entitled Medaille 25 30
374 Lucy Dawson ”Hoppy”, pencil and watercolour of a Welsh Corgi, signed to lower right and housed in a mahogany and gilt frame 20 40
376 A 20th century abstract, oil on board, monogrammed to lower left DGJ, housed in a pine frame 15 25
386 A quantity of 20th century architectural related drawings and studies, various hands 20 30
599 A watercolour entitled ‘Eastern Arab Corps Piper’ together with a coloured etching of the Houses of Parliament, marked 8/50 to lower left and signed in pencil R.J.Ballard to lower right plus a watercolour entitled ‘The Warren, Folkestone’, details en verso (3 items) 15 25
601 A box of assorted watercolours, prints, photographs etc to include limited editions, shipping interest, an Elephant Brown Ale advertising card plus other items (1 box) 30 40
603 A framed and glazed display of four hand-painted doilies with lace edging, three showing children at play and another showing dogs and a cat 30 40
609 A collection of five 19th/20th century Cotman unframed prints plus other watercolours and prints 20 30
610 An etching by Robert Walker Macbeth (1848 – 1910) of travelling musicians seated in a country churchyard, signed lower left, published 1903, 36cm x 46cm, unframed 10 15
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