Pictures and Prints – 22nd March 2014

Lot No Description Low Est High Est
77 A Mongolian handpainted miniature scene depicting fishermen, framed 50 80
90 A Moorcroft framed wall depicting rams and sheep on a hillside designed by Philip Gibson 80 120
106 A small circular Edwardian watercolour portrait of a lady 15 25
109 A Victorian starfish shaped novelty framed seascape behind convex glass, the frame mounted with assorted shells 30 40
130 An early 20th century colour print depicting a Venetian scene, signed C Kiwihara in pencil to lower margin 10 20
134 W. H. Cooper (1903), prints depicting ‘Tophet Bastion, Great Gabit’ and ‘Scafell Pike from Upper Eskdale’, both signed to lower left with labels to verso 30 40
135 A Middle Eastern abstract oil on canvas, signed to lower left and dated 2004, housed in a gilt wood frame 25 35
136 A modern canvas of ‘James Dean Porsche Spyder, 1955’ 10 20
137 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN – A Maw, interior of Worcester Cathedral, watercolour, inscription to verso 30 50
138 A Middle Eastern abstract oil on board with scrolling design in relief, signed to lower left, gallery label to verso, housed in a gilt and wood frame 20 30
145 Arthur Maw, after Samuel Prout, Cathedral interior scene, watercolour 15 25
146 Jean Laurent (1816-1886), fishing boat on stormy seas with rowing boat beside and cliffs in the distance, signed ‘Jean Laurent’ lower right, 22.5cm x 28.5cm, framed 100 200
147 A 20th century Japanese arisugawa (deer pattern) Nishiki woven silk panel by the Tatsumura Textile Co Ltd (for further information visit 30 50
148 Two Chinese paintings on silk, one depicting figures with mythical creatures the other of goldfish and vases 100 150
155 J F Marchland, watercolour, landscape with trees and house 10 20
156 A Graham Clarke print, possibly depicting Hastings, unsigned 20 30
157 A large oil on canvas depicting a Nomadic settlement, signed to lower right, possibly Jabbar Salman 40 60
158 Edwina Leapman, still life oil on board depicting a plated fish, cooking pot and vegetables 150 200
164 An early 20th century four aperture miniature picture frame 10 20
167 Five pictures painted on glass, possibly Tibetan 30 50
170 John Coulson, two watercolours depicting a beach and a house nestling within hills 10 20
182 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN – Cecilia Maw, a pair of watercolour portraits of young girls entitled ‘Anne Dorothea Maw’ and ‘Constance Hannah Maw’ 30 50
183 Barbie Soan,  ‘Bewl Water’, watercolour depicting boats with trees and hills to background 20 30
190 A watercolour of a farmhouse by F.A.Towers, signed and dated ’65 10 15
191 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN – An over-painted print of a portrait of an 18th century gentleman housed in gilt frame 25 35
192 Murielle Bird, oval portrait of Mary Howitt, watercolour, label to verso with inscription and dated 1874 50 70
193 A large Iranian abstract oil on canvas, signed to lower left, framed, bearing gallery label to verso 20 30
194 Archie Nixon, ‘Pathway in Miltenberg’ watercolour, signed to lower left 20 30
195 A hand-coloured engraving of a cathedral with figures to the fore, indistinctly signed to lower right and housed in an ebonised frame 10 20
198 An oil on board, still life of daffodils 10 20
199 A late 19th century engraving, over painted in watercolours, depicting huntsmen stalking a deer at the water’s edge, unsigned and housed in a gilt frame 10 20
203 20th century, oil on board, portrait of a man reading a paper 10 15
204 J.C.Harrison, limited edition print 356/500 of partridges in flight, signed in pencil to lower margin and housed in a mahogany frame 10 20
205 A 19th century mezzotint depicting figures outside a tavern, heightened in white, framed and glazed 30 40
206 Archie Niven ‘Zug Mit Dem Rigi’, Continental watercolour depicting a lakeside village, signed to lower left 15 20
209 Edwina Leapman, still life oil on board depicting a wine bottle, stone jar, lemon and cup, unsigned 100 150
210 20th century abstract oil depicting an entwined couple with figure watching, with signature and label to verso 20 30
211 Priscilla A Ryan, after A Nonetti, watercolour of fishermen 30 50
212 F de Villeneve, print of a house of cards 10 20
213 Frances Geake (1903-1955), three watercolours depicting a lake, a fell-side stream and a rural landscape, all signed 60 90
218 Patricia Garner, watercolour of a spaniel, signed and dated ’91 15 20
219 David De Costa, limited edition print 84/120, depicting Peruvian musicians 20 30
220 A Middle Eastern abstract oil on board decorated with relief moulding 20 30
222 A 19th century watercolour of an estuary with moored yachts to fore, monogrammed ‘W’ to lower left and housed in an ornate gilt wood frame 10 20
226 A modern oil on canvas depicting a nude male seated figure with lyre and cats and trees to background, signed R.Andraide and dated 06 20 40
227 Oil on canvas, cottage with castle to background 15 25
230 An oil on board of Tenterden, signed and dated 1966 40 60
231 An early 20th century Continental watercolour depicting a sea wall with figures and mountains to background, unsigned and housed in a gilt frame 10 20
232 Oil on canvas, lake scene in gilt frame, signed Trott and dated 1983 15 20
233 Two Middle Eastern oil on board abstract paintings, both signed to lower left and dated 1992, housed in ebonised frames 20 30
236 One box of assorted Victorian and later oils, watercolours, etchings, limited edition prints, etc 15 20
247 Assorted Victorian watercolours, etchings and advertising prints plus a 19th century leather bound musical photograph album (1 box) 30 50
251 A pair of early 20th century oval frames, a watercolour of a river scene and other pictures 20 40
255 Three Spy prints depicting J H Taylor, Mr H Mallaby-Deeley and Mr Horace H Hilton plus other prints 10 20
260 Assorted pictures to include a watercolour entitled ‘Pennance Point, Swanpool, Falmouth’ signed Tony Warren to lower right and dated 1984, bird studies, prints, oils etc 10 20
262 A 19th century pastel on paper, coastal scene depicting a boy and a girl carrying a young girl in fishing nets with fishing boat and sea to background, indistinctly signed to lower left and housed in an ebonised frame 20 30
263 A late 19th/early 20th century watercolour depicting a three-mast steam ship and fishing boats, indistinctly monogrammed to lower right and housed in a stained oak frame 10 20
264 S. Tosuke, watercolour depicting figures walking on a tree lined lakeside path with building to background, signed to lower left 10 20
265 A pair of Terry Harrison limited edition golfing prints 20/250 and 19/250 of the short 17th known as Alamein and Government House on the 4th green, both framed and signed to lower margin 40 50
266 A Mongolian painting on silk of huntsmen 80 120
267 Chris Rooke, Winchelsea, watercolour, signed and dated ’91 25 35
268 A pair of Joan de Bethel watercolour and pencil of costume designs, framed and glazed 60 80
270 A 19th century hand-coloured map of the United Kingdom, possibly Norwegian, dated 1844 15 20
271 A 19th century oil on canvas of a girl and a dove, signed J. Collins 50 100
272 Susan Maxwell Scott, canal scene, oil on board 30 50
273 20th century watercolour depicting seated African female, indistinctly signed to lower right and housed in a white painted frame 20 30
275 A collection of Victorian and later prints, a woolwork picture, a mirror, photographs etc 10 20
276 M. Fahey, ‘Crysanths on the brick’, pastel, signed to lower right and dated ’87, inscribed to verso 20 30
277 In the manner of George Cattermole (1800-1868), ‘Hay Barge’, watercolour, framed and glazed, with information to verso 15 20
278 ‘The Finding of the Sayer in the Temple’, print 15 25
279 Sydney E Wilson, colour print entitled ‘The Truants’, gallery label to verso 15 25
280 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN – Cecilia Maw, Primroses, oil on board, circa 1900 40 60
281 Ann Sadler ‘Ealise St Jacques, Tignes’ watercolour depicting a snow covered mountain village, signed to lower right and dated ’95 15 20
284 Wallace Wood,  ‘Dallington, Sussex’, watercolour depicting fields and windmill and hills to the background, signed to lower right 40 60
285 June Martin, ‘Garden Court Hall’, watercolour, initialled ‘JPM’ 10 20
286 Two Mongolian paintings on silk, one depicting huntsmen the other a dignitary and followers 150 200
289 An unsigned oil on canvas of a rural landscape, an oil on board by Stewart Reid and a watercolour by M.F. Prout 30 50
292 THIS LOT HAS BEEN WITHDRAWN – Cecilia Maw, child on a swing, oil on canvas, signed and dated ’05 40 60
293 An abstract oil on canvas of panels, possibly depicting lacework, unsigned and unframed 20 30
294 A framed watercolour of lilies and an architectural print 10 20
295 I. Kirkpatrick, watercolour depicting desolate houses, signed to lower right 60 100
296 Archie Niven, ‘A Woodland Walk’, watercolour, signed to lower right 20 30
299 M. Fahey, ‘In Front of the Low Piggery’, pastel depicting summer flowers against brick buildings, inscribed to verso, a pastel depicting a forest pond with figure to background, signed to lower right and dated ’98, ‘Chrysanthemums in pewter ewer with quince’, still life, watercolour, inscribed to verso and dated ’91 and a pair of 19th century colour engravings entitled ‘Guinea Pigs’ and ‘Dancing Dogs’, originally painted by G. Morland, housed in gilt frames 10 20
307 A collection of watercolours, etchings, photographs and prints to include framed photographs of Sir John Shaw K.C.M.C Governor of Trinidad and Tobago 1947/48 and his wife on the steps leading from the Hall of Government House 20 40
310 A collection of pictures, prints and photographs of the Old Town, Hastings, a 20th century oil on board by George R Deakins and assorted prints and an oval chequer strung wall mirror (1 box) 20 40
356 A pair of Illustrated London News colour prints entitled ‘Cause’ and ‘Effect’ depicting terriers playing with a mineral bottle 15 20
357 G. Quinton, oil on canvas, still life of summer flowers in glass vase, signed to lower right 10 20
358 A 19th century mezzotint of a young girl housed in an ornate oval gilt frame, signed J. Herbert Wilson 30 50
360 A 20th century print after Alfred De Breanski of a Scottish mountain lake with stag and Highland cattle, J. Williamson-Bell, ‘Crab’, artist’s proof embossed print, signed to lower margin with gallery label to verso together with A. Reeves ‘Tree’, pencil drawing, signed to lower right and housed in an aluminium frame 10 20
361 Three 20th century oil on canvases depicting figures on a path, farmland landscape and a still life with shells, each initialled ‘SMS’ together with a 20th century, unsigned, still life of fruit (4 items) 40 50
364 Jean Oxley, watercolour of a hillside village, signed to lower right and dated ’91, housed in a wooden frame 10 20
365 A 20th century watercolour, seascape, depicting flowers to the fore and rocks to the background, possibly monogrammed J G to lower left and with inscription to verso 10 20
369 An oil on board, landscape with buildings to background and boats to fore, signed and dated to lower right Abo Karimo Mairy and signature to reverse 10 20
372 A 19th century giltwood gesso oval picture frame with ribbon bow and floral decoration 15 20
373 A pair of gilt floral decorated oval picture frames together with a circular polished aluminium mirror frame 15 20
429 A pair of 20th century prints depicting birds among roses and leaves 10 20
435 A Victorian colour print after Fannie Moody ‘Sporting Prospect’, depicting terriers 10 20
436 An early 20th century print of 17th/18th century seated gentlemen 10 20
442 An early 20th century etching ‘The Right Way’ etched by James Dobie and originally painted by W. Dendy Sadler 15 20
443 An abstract oil on canvas depicting symbols and a central figurative scene, signed 20 30
445 A 20th century diorama of the ‘Lady Daphine’ a Spritsail Thames barge, signed to lower right B. Martin and dated 1997, housed in a wooden box frame 10 20
447 A late 19th/early 20th century oil on board of a white standing terrier with brass and leather collar, unsigned 30 50
556 Ann le Bas, Royal Academy line engraving ‘Walberswick Ferry’ 23/200, signed, framed, R.A. certificate to verso 75 95
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