Mallams Oxford - Wednesday, 25 February, 2004

Picture and Book Auction (incorporating 'The Celtic Sale')


Books of Irish Interest
Lot 1
WESTROPP, M.S.Dudley. 'Irish Glass, An Account of Glass-Making in Ireland From XV1th Century to the present Day' Herbert Jenkins. nd. Green glt.cl. £ 30 - 50
Lot 3
O'CONOR,Hon.Charles Owen.(ed) 'The O'Conors of Connaught; An Historical Memoir' compiled from M.S.of the late John O'DONOVAN Dublin, 1891. 4to Engd. frontis & Illus. (lacks 1 plt.p77). 1 £ 50 - 80
Lot 4
FALLEY, Margaret Dickson, 'Irish and Scotch-Irish Ancestral Research' Baltimore, 1984, 2vols. Plus O'RAITHBHEARTAIGH, Toirdhealbhach, (ed). 'Genealogical Tracts 1' Dublin 1932. 3 £ 40 - 60
Lot 5
LEECH, John (Ill) 'A Little Tour in Ireland' by An Oxonian. Bradbury & Evans, 1859. Fldg. cold.frontis. b&w. illus. light foxing. A.e.g. glt. cl. bumped. £ 30 - 50
Lot 6
HANNAGAN, Margaret & CLANDILLON, Seamus,'Lonoub An Cairn, being songs of the Irish Gaels'. OUP. 1927. Tog.with CAMPBELL, J.F. 'Leabhar na Feinne...Heroic Gaelic Ballads' London, 1872. vol. 1. Gaelic Texts. fo. 2 £ 50 - 80
Lot 7
SHAW-SPARROW, Walter, 'John Lavery and His Work' Preface by R.B. Cunninghame Graham. Kegan Paul, [1911]. Illus.a.c.f. Rebound in 1/2 marbled bd. glt. spine. £ 40 - 60
Lot 9
O'CONNELL, Mrs. Morgan John 'The Last Colonel of the Irish Brigade' Kegan Paul, 1892. 2 vols. 4to. cl. bumped. 2 £ 50 - 80
Lot 10
TAYLOR, W.B.S. 'History of the University of Dublin Its Origin, Progress and Present Condition' London, 1845.1st edn. 8vo. Hand cold. engrd. frontis, 3 cold.engrs. 9 b&w. Red stamp to verso of tp.Rebound 1/2 marbled, glt.spine. £ 50 - 80
Lot 11
'Transactions of the Central Relief Committee of The Society of Friends during the Famine in Ireland in 1846-1847' Dublin, 1852. 8vo. rebound 1/4 marbled.glt spine. untrimmed pp. £ 40 - 60
Lot 12
YOUNG, Robert, M. (ed) 'The Town Book of The Corporation of Belfast 1613-1816' Belfast, 1892. Maps & illus. Frontis fldg. map. untrimmed pp.351pp. Rebound, new endpp. full tan leather. £ 100 - 150
Lot 13
STOKES, Margaret 'Early Christian Architecture in Ireland' London, 1878, Wdcts. 4to. cl. bumped. £ 100 - 150
Lot 14
MARTIN, C.P. 'Prehistoric Man in Ireland' Macmillan, 1935. Plus LAWLOR, Henry Cairnes, 'Ulster: Its Archaelogy and Antiquities' Belfast, 1928. Plus MACALISTER, R.A. Stewart 'The Memorial Slabs of Clonmacnois, Kings County' Dublin, 1909. Fldg. Frontis. cl. bd. 2 £ 60 - 80
Lot 15
YEATS, Jack B. (Ill) 'A Catalogue Raisonne of The Oil Paintings' ed. Hilary Pyle. Andre Deutsch. 3 vols. 4to. 1992. ltd. edn. 174/1500. Tissue wrapper in slip-case. 3 £ 250 - 350
Lot 16
DWYER, Rev. P. 'The Siege of Derry in 1689' Elliot Stock, 1893. 4to. Frontis port. Glt. cl. bumped & worn. £ 30 - 50
Lot 17
CONOR, William (Ill) 'The Irish Scene' Derrick MacCord, Belfast, 1944. 12 plts. a.c.f. Fo. £ 50 - 80
Lot 18
PHILLIPS, Sir Thomas, 'Londonderry and The Companies 1609-1629' Belfast, 1928. £ 50 - 80
Lot 19
MAHAFFY, Robert Pentland. 'Calendar of The State Papers Relating to Ireland...1669-1670', 1910. 4to. Rebound cl. Tog.with 3 others. £ 60 - 80
Books of Scottish Interest
Lot 20
EADIE, Rev. Prof. (ed) 'Tytler's History of Scotland' William Mackenzie, Edinburgh, nd. 4to.Dec. tp. Illus. 2 vols. Hinges weak. 1/2 leather glt. spines. 2 £ 50 - 80
Lot 28
'Souvenir of Edinburgh' Nelson & son. fldg. cold. frontis of Forth Bridge. 24 cold. plts. £ 20 - 40
Lot 29
MACLEAN, Magnus 'The Literature of the Celts' Blackie & son. 1902. T. e.g. 1/2 leather glt. spine. Tog.with GREGORY, Donald 'The History of the Western Highlands & Isles of Scotland' 2nd edn. 1881, Plus CAMPBELL,J.L. & MCDONALD, Rev. Fr. Allan, 'Gaelic Words and Expressions from South Uist & Eriskay' Dublin, 1958. 3 £ 40 - 60
Lot 29a
HAGGART, David, 'The life of David Haggart, alias John Morison, alias Barney McCoul... written by himself while under sentence of Death', Edinburgh 1821. Handwritten Insg, written by author in Edinburgh Jail, July 1821. 8Vo. 170pp. browned. Illus Frontis, hinges weak, bds scuffed and worn. £ 60 - 80
Books of Welsh Interest
Lot 30
A CATALOGUE of Original Manuscripts and Books of Oscar Wilde, Dulau & Co. ltd. Ltd.edn. nd. Inscd. to Harold Munro from Peter Quennell. 1/2 marbled bd. Tog.with some letters referring to Oscar Wilde's pirated editions. 2 £ 125 - 155
Lot 31
WILDE, Oscar 'The Ballad of Reading Gaol by C.3.3.' E.J. Clode, NY. Ltd.edn. 159/259. Bds.scuffed & bumped. Tog.with 'The Decay of Lying' by same. The Sunflower Company, 1902. ltd. edn. 473/1000. Plus 'Lady Windermere's Fan' Paris, 1903. Ltd. edn. 247/250. cl.bd.spine browned. Plus 'The Duchess of Padua and Salome' F.M.Buckles & co. NY. 1906. 4 £ 50 - 80
Lot 32
WILDE, Oscar. 'The Sphinx' London, 1901. Privately printed. Ltd. unumbered of 300. Printed one side of paper with design opposite. Paper covers almost disbound. £ 50 - 80
Lot 33
WILDE, Oscar 'A Woman of No Importance' Paris, 1903. Ltd.edn. 168/250. 4to. foxing to endpp. Millard bkplt. Tog.with 'De Profundis' by same. Pirated edn. London, 1910, plus 4 others. 6 £ 80 - 100
Lot 34
WILDE, Oscar 'The Sphinx Without a Secret, The Canterville Ghost, The Model Millionare' Privately printed, 1904. Ltd. unnumbered of 300. Paper bds. Tog.with another copy of same, plus 'Lord Arthur Savile's Crime A Study of Duty' Privately printed, (1891). Paper wrappers. 3 £ 50 - 80
Lot 35
WILDE, Oscar. 'The Duchess of Padua' NY. Privately printed. Ltd.edn. Paper wraps. Tog.with 'Salome' Paris, 1906. cl. browned & bumped. Plus 'Essays, Criticism & Reviews by Oscar Wilde' Privately printed, 1901. sgd. C.S. Millard 1907. Annotations & notes to printer. upr. bd.det. £ 100 - 150
Lot 36
WILDE Oscar 'A Critic in Pall Mall' Methuen, 1919. 1st edn. glt.cl. Tog.with 'The Soul of Man' Privately printed, 1904, 223/250. pencil annotation to text. paper wraps det. Plus 'The Soul of Man Under Socialism' Preface by Robert Ross, 1919. New imp. 3 £ 40 - 60
Lot 37
WILDE, Oscar 'The Happy Prince and Other Fairy Tales' Ill. Spencer Baird Nichols, NY. 1913. cl. browned. Tog.with 'The Young King, The Star-Child' Boston, 1895. Illus. Dec.cl. browned, Plus 'The Happy Prince' Ill. Charles Robinson, Piccolo, 1977. 3 £ 30 - 50
Lot 38
WILDE, Oscar. 'The Poems of Oscar Wilde' Bernard Tauchnitz, 1911. dec. cl.spine. Tog.with MONTGOMERY HYDE, H. 'The Trials of Oscar Wilde' William Hodge & co. 1949.Plus 'The Picture of Dorian Gray' The Living Library, Ill. Leo Manso, in d/w.Plus other Oscar Wilde & Lord Alfred Douglas interest. 15 £ 40 - 60
Lot 39
WILDE, Oscar 'The Poetical Works of Oscar Wilde' Biographical introduction by Nathan Haskell Dole. NY. 1913. Suede bds.almost disbound, Tog.with 'Poems' Ny 1881. Privately printed, pirated edn. plus other poems, plus 2 editions of 'The Ballad of Reading Gaol' Brentano's NY. 1905. 1907, plus others. 7 £ 30 - 50
Lot 40
WILDE, Oscar 'The Ballad of Reading Gaol by C.3.3.' Leonard Smithers, 1899. Tog.with 3 other editions by same. 4 £ 50 - 80
Lot 41
BEARDSLEY, Aubrey (Ill.) 'Aubrey Beardsley' by Robert Ross. 16 illus. (1 det). Tog.with 'The Yellow Book' vol. 5, 1895. spine sunned, plus 'The Savoy' April, 1896. bds.scuffed & browned, plus one other. 4 £ 50 - 80
Lot 43
WILDE, Oscar 'The Ballad of Reading Gaol by C.3.3.' Leonard Smithers, 1898. 2nd. edn. 1/4 linen bd. bumped browned. Tog.with YEATS, W.B. (ed) 'Fairy and Folk Tales of The Irish Peasantry' London, 1888. The Camelot series. red cl. worn. Plus RODGERS, W.R. 'Europa and the Bull; Secker & Warburg, 1952, in d/w. Plus GRIFFIN, Gerald, 'The Collegians' The Talbot Press. Plus 5 others. 9 £ 50 - 80
Lot 44
BLOOMFIELD, Robert 'The Banks of Wye' A Poem in Four Books. London, 1813. 2nd. edn. Hinges weak. bds.scuffed & worn. £ 30 - 50
Lot 45
NICHOLAS, Thomas, 'Annals and Antiquities of The Counties and County Families of Wales' Longmans, 1872. 2 vols. 4to. wdcts. A.e.g. Glt. cl. Rebacked. Orig.cl.laid down. 2 £ 40 - 60
Lot 46
JONES, W.H. 'History of the Port of Swansea' W.Spurrell, Carmarthen, 1922, 4to. cold. frontis. maps & illus. a.c.f. T.e.g. Glt.cl.scuffed. Tog.with BEANLAND,W.A. 'The History of The Royal Institute of South Wales, Swansea' Swansea, 1935. Ex.Lib. slim 8vo. plus The Philosophical and Literary Institute,'Proceedings at the Formation of The Society and The Annual General Meetings....also Meteorological Registers for the years 1836-7.'Swansea, 1838. 8vo. Joints weak, full diced cf.scuffed. 3 £ 50 - 80
Lot 47
PHILLIPS, D.Rhys 'The History of The Vale of Neath' Swansea, 1925. 4to. Sgd.'T.Griffiths esq.MP. subs. copy from D. Rhys Phillips, Swansea'. Tog.with 'An Antiquarian Survey of East Gower, Glamorganshire' 1899, by MORGAN, W.LL. Plus NORTH,F.J. 'The River Scenery at the Head of the Vale of Neath' Cardiff, 1949. 3rd.edn. plus others. 6 £ 200 - 300
Lot 48
PEATE,Iorwerth, C. 'The Welsh House' Liverpool, 1944, in chipped d/w. Tog.with INGLIS-JONES, Elizabeth 'Peacocks in Paradise' Faber, 1950. 1st edn. plus one other 1st.edn. w/o d/w. £ 20 - 40
Lot 49
THOMAS, Dylan, 'Under Milk Wood' Folio Society in slip-case. Ill. Ceri Richards, 1972. Tog.with 'The Magic Horse' ill by same. Gollancz, 1930. 2 £ 30 - 50
Lot 50
GLYNN VIVIAN ART GALLERY, Swansea. Six Views of Swansea & Gower. b&w. litho prints in folder. £ 20 - 40
Lot 51
THE CAMBRIAN Traveller's Guide. 1813. 2nd.edn. fldg.fronis map, with closed tear 1.5". Full leather, joints weak. Tog.with 'The Swansea Guide' Swansea, printed by Z.B.Morris. Full leather, plus other guides. 10 £ 40 - 60
Lot 52
WILLIAMS, Richard 'An Analysis of Medicinal Waters of Llandrindod' London, 1817. slim 8vo. 1/2 marbled bd. Tog.with 'A Journey To Llandrindod Wells in Radnorshire' by a Countryman. Ltd. edn. 1746. Rebound 1/2 marbled. Plus LINDEN, Diederick Wessel, 'A Treatise on the Three Medicinal Mineral Waters at Llandrindod' 1756, similarly rebound, (without 1/2 title).Plus 1 other. 4 £ 80 - 100
Lot 53
HOARE,Sir Richard Colt (trans) 'The Itinary of Archbishop Baldwin Through Wales' by Giraldus De Barri. London, 1806. Frontis port. Fo. Vol.1 only. Plts. 7 maps a.c.f. Lacks backstrip & leather to bds. £ 50 - 80
Lot 54
ATKINSON,C.T. 'The South Wales Borderers 24th Foot 1689-1937' Cambridge, 1837. 4to. glt. cl. bumped. £ 30 - 50
Lot 55
DAVIES, Edward 'Celtic Researches on the Origin, Traditions & Language of Ancient Britons' 1804. 8vo. new endpp. Rebacked. full cf. scuffed. £ 30 - 50
Lot 57
GILPIN, William 'Observations on the River Wye' 1782, 4to. 15 Aquatint plts. bkplt. full tree cf. upr.joint weak. Tog.with the 5th edn. of same. 1800, with 17 aquatint plts. 2 £ 40 - 60
Lot 58
HEATH, Charles 'Historical and Descriptive Accounts of the Ancient and Present State of Tintern Abbey' Monmouth (1823). 10th edn. 4to. spotting to TP. 1/2 cl.worn. Tog.with REES,Rev. D.C. 'Tregaron Histrorical and Antiquarian Llandyssul' 1936. sgd. by author.plus A.L. S. 2 £ 40 - 60
Lot 59
WILLIAMS, Robert, 'A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Welshman' Llandovery, 1852. 4to. 1/2 marbled bds. Tog.with 2 others. 3 £ 20 - 40
Lot 60
WARNER, Ferdinando, 'A Full and Plain Account of The Gout' Dublin, 1769. 12mo. Full cf. worn. upr. bd. almost det. £ 30 - 50
Lot 61
THOMAS, Dylan 'Collected Poems 1934-1952' Dent, 1952. in chipped d/w. Tog.with 'Quite Early One Morning' by same. Dent, 1954, in d/w. Plus other Dylan Thomas. 8 £ 40 - 60
Lot 72
* BESSE, Joseph. 'A Collection of the Suffering of the People called Quakers' London, 1753. Vol. 1 only. Tear to Tp. Joints weak. worn leather. Tog.with 'Extracts FRom the Minutes and Advices of the yearly Meeting of Friends held in London', 1802, 2nd.edn. full cf. 2 £ 90 - 120
Lot 77
* A Quantity of Welsh books, 3 leather vols by Y HAUL, Tog.with other cultural, poetry & theology. £ 60 - 90
Books of General Interest
Lot 84
*'The Pilot's Guide for the River Thames and its Approaches' 5th edn. ed. H.D. JENKINS. 1923. frontis map & maps a.c.f.Tog.with other Thames, Navigation interest. 13 £ 35 - 55
Lot 85
* WILKINS, W.H. 'Caroline the Illustrious' Longmans, 1901. 2 vols. 1/2 marbled bds. scuffed. Tog.with FREER,M.W. 'The Married Life of Anne of Austria' 1865, 2nd.edn. 2 vols. plus other similar interest. 17 £ 35 - 55
Lot 87
* A Quantity of Art interest. £ 25 - 35
Lot 91
M.S. Probate Will of William Smith of Bristol, 1824. Tog.with M.S. Accounts & mathematical sketches, disbound, plus certificates. £ 40 - 60
Lot 93
A Quantity of Postcards, mainly medical/hospital interest, plus views of Wales. 65 £ 30 - 50
Lot 94
SURVEY of The Dyffryn & Tyr Christopher Estates. The Property of Thomas Quarington Esq. Fo. Hand painted M.S. maps & sketches of the Estate. £ 300 - 400
Pictures of Irish Interest
Lot 100
GERARDUS MERCATOR, 'Irlandiae Regnum', engraved map, handcoloured, 13" x 16 1/2". £ 100 - 150
Lot 102
G.W. MORRISON,'Rosbeg Donegal', signed, watercolour, 9 3/4" x 14". £ 80 - 120
Lot 103
AFTER PAUL HENRY, 'Heart of Connemara', reproduction print in colours, 18" x 21". £ 20 - 30
Lot 105
ROBERT CARVER (b.Dublin mid 18th century), An extensive parkland scene with two figures walking in an avenue, oil on canvas, in contemporary gilt frame, 24" x 37". Provenance: Purchased by vendor at Messrs. Christie 23/10/70. £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 107
FRANK EGGINTON (1908-1990), 'Above Cookstown, Co. Tyrone', signed, watercolour, 14" x 20 1/2". £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 108
J* O'SULLIVAN, 'Oriental Poppies', oil on board, 15 3/4" x 19 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 109
N.H.HUGHES, 'Leinster Market, Dublin', etching pencil signed in the margin, 8" x 6 1/2". £ 20 - 30
Lot 110
BRIAN COGHLAN, View of Trinity College Dublin, etching, pencil signed in the margin and numbered 50/70, 8 1/2" x 11 1/2"; and another by the same hand. (2) £ 50 - 70
Lot 111
HUGH MONAHAN (1914-1970, Irish), Mallards alighting on a mere, signed oil on board, 16" x 20". £ 400 - 600
Lot 112
AFTER PAUL HENRY, Irish landscape with cottages, colour reproduction, pencil signed in the margin, 14" x 15 1/2". £ 150 - 200
Lot 113
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY LITHOGRAPHS depicting Irish views -'Eastgrove, East Ferry, Cork Harbour' and 'Monkstown, Cork River', 8" x 12", similarly framed; and four other Irish views. (6) £ 30 - 40
Lot 114
ALLAN CARR LINFORD (b. 1926), Canal scene, pencil signed and dated 46 and inscribed 'With best wishes to Mr and Mrs Jamieson Cork', 7 3/4" x 9 1/2"; another etching by Michael Higgins inscribed 'Folly and Sheep' number 3/75, and one further etching by H W Pemberton, all unframed.(3) £ 30 - 40
Lot 115
CAPTAIN WILLIAM BAILLIE (1723-1810, Irish) after Wyck and Netscher 'Mr Le Duc de Monmouth', mezzotint engraving, 14" x 16 1/2"; with five portrait engravings. (6) £ 80 - 120
Lot 117
JAMES HARWOOD (b. Clonnell 1818), Portrait of a lady seated in a chair holding a book, black and white chalks, signed and dated 1852, 22" x 18". £ 200 - 300
Lot 118
EILEEN MURRAY (1885-1962, Irish), A river landscape with castle ruins on a hill, oil on panel, 9" x 12 1/2". £ 300 - 400
Lot 120
DAVID CRONE (b. 1937, Irish), Abstract, signed and dated '66, gouache, 13 1/2" x 12 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 123
CLARA URWIN (1853 - 1921, Irish), 'At O'Mealts', signed watercolour, 13 1/2" x 9 1/2"; and a handcoloured engraving of an Officer of The Royal Irish Regiment of Dragoons on horseback in uniform. (2) £ 40 - 60
Pictures of Scottish Interest
Lot 125
F.E. JAMIESON (b. 1895), A mountainous loch scene with cottage, signed, oil on canvas, 19" x 29 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 126
JOE SYKES, 'Ben Rhinnes, September 1967', signed, pastels, 11" x 14"; and a small engraving 'Lachin - y - Gair'. (2) £ 30 - 40
Lot 127
JOSEPH KENT RICHARDSON (1877-1972, Scottish), 'Near Edinburgh', signed with initials, watercolour, 7 1/2" x 9". £ 50 - 70
Lot 128
EDWARD TRAIN (19th century), 'Cave in the Cliffs of Glen Whidale...of Harris where one of the McLeods was escorted after the defeat of the rebels 1745', signed, inscribed with details in faint pencil to verso, oils on board, 5" x 7 1/4". £ 250 - 300
Lot 129
GERALD M BURNS, 'Edinburgh - John Knox's House', etching, pencil signed in margin, 5 1/2" x 3 1/4"; two further by the same hand, an etching by Robert Walker Macbeth and two others. (6) £ 30 - 40
Lot 130
WALLER HUGH PATON (1828-1895, Scottish), 'Kyleakin, Skye', signed and dated 11 July 1866, watercolour heightened in white, 8 1/2" x 13 1/2". £ 800 - 1,000
Lot 131
EMILY MURRAY PATERSON (1855-1934, Scottish), 'Sand dunes', signed watercolour and body colour, 8" x 11 1/2". £ 400 - 500
Lot 132
* BECKER, 'Loch Vennachar', signed, watercolour, 9 1/2" x 18 1/2". £ 80 - 100
Lot 133
A* B* , Still life - a brace of ptarmigan, signed with initials and dated 1886, oil on canvas, 15" x 19 1/2". £ 300 - 400
Lot 134
W. E. RUSSELL. 'Mumfords Theatre', signed and dated '32, oil on board, 5" x 7". Mumfords Theatre used to stand at the junction of Saltmarket and Green Dyke Street, Glasgow. £ 50 - 80
Lot 135
NEIL DALLAS BROWN (b.1938 Elgin Moray), 'Lying Nude and Startled Swan', signed, oil on board, 9 3/4" x 13 1/2". Exhibited the Picadilly Gallery, February 1978. £ 50 - 70
Lot 136
CHARLES LESLIE (c. 1835-1890) , 'Loch Lindsay, Scotland', oil on canvas, signed and dated 1881, inscribed with title in pencil on stretcher, 12" x 23 1/2". £ 600 - 800
Lot 137
JAMES GREIG (1861-1941), 'Winter in the Highlands', signed, watercolour, 13" x 18". £ 150 - 200
Lot 139
WILLIAM JOHNSTONE (1897-1983, Scottish), 'Abstract', colour washes, signed and dated '55, 6 1/4" x 9". £ 200 - 300
Lot 140
A COLLECTION OF SIX REFERENCE WORKS RELATING TO WILLIAM JOHNSTONE, including autobiography -'Points in Time', 'William Johnstone recent work', etc.,and also the Royal Scottish Academy 1826-1961.(7) £ 20 - 30
Lot 141
ALEXANDER BROWNLIE DOCHERTY (1862-1940, Glasgow School), Pigeons on a roof of a Lowland cottage with garden in foreground, oil on canvas, signed and dated 1900, 15 1/2" x 30 1/2". £ 2,000 - 3,000
Lot 142
JAMES WATTERSON HERALD (1859-1914, Scottish), A figure on a path with mountains in the distance, signed watercolour, 7" x 10". £ 500 - 700
Lot 144
SIR ARTHUR TEMPLE FELIX CLAY (1842-1928), 'Stirche Valley, Dalreach, Ayrshire', inscribed verso, oil on canvas, 11 1/2" x 23". £ 70 - 80
Lot 145
* CAMPBELL, A portrait of a lady seated in a chair, indistinctly signed, pencil and watercolour, 15" x 11". £ 150 - 200
Lot 146
IAN GRANT (1904-1933, Scottish), Self portrait 1929, oil on wood panel, 15" x 11". £ 200 - 300
Lot 147
WILLIAM E. BARRINGTON-BROWNE (1908-1985), Seascape with distant veiw of the Islands of Eigg and Rhum, Western Isles, Scotland, signed, oil on canvas board, 14 1/2" x 19". £ 300 - 400
Lot 148
HELEN URQUHART (20th century Scottish), 'Flower Piece', watercolour, 20" x 13 3/4". £ 100 - 120
Lot 149
ATTRIBUTED TO ELIZABETH BLACKADDER (b.1931), Portrait of a Siamese cat, watercolour on board, 9" x 13 1/2". £ 500 - 800
Lot 150
PETER MACGREGOR WILSON (d.1928), View of a country house, signed, watercolour, 14 3/4" x 10 1/2". £ 80 - 100
Lot 151
WILLIAM DAVIS, Sheep resting on a river bank, signed, oil on canvas, 19' x 29". £ 200 - 300
Lot 152
HERBERT ROYLE (1870-1958), 'Ben Liathach and Loch Clare, Glen Torridon, Wester Ross', signed and inscribed verso, oil on board, 11" x 15". £ 300 - 500
Lot 153
NORMAN N MACDOUGALL (1852-1939, Scottish), Full length portrait of 'Laura' standing on a path, signed, oil on canvas, 43" x 23". £ 300 - 500
Lot 155
IAN GRANT (1904-1993, Scottish), 'Autumn, The Tunnel', signed and dated 1955, oil on board, 19" x 23". Exhibited Royal Academy 1958. £ 200 - 300
Lot 156
WILLIAM BURNS (b.1921 Newton Mearns - 1972), 'Ferryden', signed, watercolour, 12 3/4" x 17 1/4". Exbibited William Burns Exhibition, 2-16 July 1966, catalogue number 23, Aitken Dott and Son, 26 Castle Street, Edinburgh. £ 300 - 400
Lot 157
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Scottish highlander with dogs and dead game, oil on board, 12" x 9 1/2", unframed. £ 50 - 70
Lot 158
E. LEWIS, 'Luss', signed watercolour, 7 1/2" x 18". £ 70 - 90
Lot 160
H* HUME NISBET (b. 1849 Stirling - 1923), Cattle watering in a river landscape, signed and dated 1884, watercolour, 9 1/2" x 13 1/2". £ 80 - 100
Lot 161
JACKSON SIMPSON (fl. 1930s-40s), Portrait of the Scottie dog 'Rags', etching, pencil signed in the margin and titled, 7" x 5". Simpson lived in the Aberdeen area. £ 50 - 80
Lot 162
ROBERT KIRKLAND JAMIESON (b.1881 Lanark - 1950), Figures seated in a continental street,signed, watercolour, 14 1/2" x 20 1/2". £ 80 - 120
Lot 163
WILFRED C. APPLEBEY (b.1889), 'Craigmillar Castle', etching, pencil signed and inscribed with title in the margin, no. 15/30, 11 3/4" x 14 3/4". £ 40 - 60
Lot 164
SIR DAVID YOUNG CAMERON (b.1865 Glasgow - 1945), 'Perth Bridge', etching, 6 1/4" x 9 3/4". £ 60 - 80
Lot 165
BELLE SKEOCH CUMMING (b. 1888), A mountainous loch scene with cottages, signed, watercolour, 19 1/2" x 29". £ 200 - 300
Lot 166
WALTER GRAHAM GRIEVE (b.1872 Kirkliston, West Lothian - 1937), Still life, a lustre vase of marigolds, signed, oil on canvas, 23 1/2" x 19". £ 3,500 - 4,500
Lot 167
THOMAS BONAR LYON (b.1873), 'Arastichar Castle, Ballantrae', etching pencil signed in the margin, 6" x 8"; and another by the same hand 'Mill on the Doon, Ayrshire'. (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 169
WILLIAM STRANG (1859-1921), A crofters cottage, etching, pencil signed in the margin, 7" x 10". £ 80 - 120
Lot 173
WILLIAM RENISON (fl. 1893-1938, Scottish), 'Glen Finnan Peaks - 4. 30 am', signed, oil on canvas, 28" x 35 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 176
JAMES McINTOSH PATRICK (1907-1998, Scottish), 'Kyleakin', etching, pencil signed in the margin, 6" x 8 1/4", unframed. £ 200 - 300
Lot 177
GEORGE DONALD (b. 1943), 'Barcelona', collage, artist's proof, 1984, 19 1/2" x 28 1/2". George Donald, though born in South India came to Aberdeen and studied at Edinburgh College of Art 1963-7 and has been lecturer at the Edinburgh College of Art since 1971. £ 50 - 80
Lot 179
ATTRIBUTED TO I STEWART, 'Arran from West Kilbride', monogram I.S. 1901, 1/2" x 9 1/2". £ 50 - 80
Lot 181
MARYSIA DONALDSON (fl. from 1950s), 'Abbie', signed, oil on canvas, 12" x 10"; Donaldson, though born in Warsaw, Poland moved to Scotland at an early age and studied at the Glasgow School of Art. £ 50 - 70
Lot 182
MICHAEL SCOTT, (b. 1946 Peterhead, Aberdeenshire), 'Two Dogs' signed, oil on board, 11" x 11 1/2". £ 50 - 70
Lot 183
JOHAN BAPTIST HOMANN, Map of the Kingdom of Scotland, circa 1730, engraving with handcolouring, 22 1/2" x 19 1/4", unframed. £ 70 - 90
Lot 184
A COLLECTION OF 18TH AND 19TH CENTURY PRINTS AND ENGRAVINGS, Scottish views including 'Bits of Old Edinburgh', 'Melrose Abbey', 'Loch Awe', 'On the Dee, Scotland', 'Fingals Cave', etc., all unframed. £ 50 - 80
Lot 185
WILLIAM MILLER FRAZER (1864-1961, Scottish), Crofters cottages in a landscape, signed, oil on canvas board, 7" x 10". £ 1,000 - 1,500
Lot 186
R* L* STEWART, 'Crail Harbour', signed and dated 1889, oil on canvas, 11 1/2" x 23 1/2". £ 800 - 1,000
Lot 187
DONALD WATSON (b. 1918, Scottish), 'Goosanders in April on the Nith', signed and dated 1950, gouache, 15 1/2" x 23 1/2". £ 600 - 800
Pictures of Welsh Interest
Lot 195
The following eight lots (all unframed) comprise watercolour sketches executed by the Reverend J L Petit (1801-1868) and include views in and around Wales as follows.............. BARMOUTH. (7) £ 70 - 80
Lot 196
CASTLES. (10) £ 70 - 80
Lot 197
MONMOUTH/BRECON. (6) £ 50 - 60
Lot 198
PEMBROKE. (8) £ 70 - 80
Lot 199
SOUTH WALES. (14) £ 60 - 70
Lot 200
NORTH WALES. (15) £ 80 - 100
Lot 201
MOUNTAINS. (10) £ 60 - 70
Lot 202
GENERAL VIEWS. (8) £ 60 - 70
Lot 203
EDMUND MORRISON WIMPERIS (1835-1900), 'River Llugwy, North Wales', signed with initials and dated '73, watercolour, 18" x 26". £ 800 - 1,000
Lot 204
JOSEPH KNIGHT (1837-1909), 'Autumn', signed and dated 1884, watercolour, 22" x 18". Joseph Knight moved to north Wales in 1875 and this scene depicts a figure on a path in a typically looking Welsh landscape. £ 800 - 1,000
Lot 205
J. ROWLAND SMITH (20th century), 'Boutddu, Wales', signed and dated '73, mixed media, 47" x 47". £ 50 - 80
Lot 206
A LATE 19TH CENTURY ADDRESS AND PRESENTATION BOOK awarded to Walter Bailey Esq. The volume being presented by the Officers and staff of the Northern Counties Committee of Midland Railway Company on Bailey's appointment to the position of Accountant to the Midland Railway Company. Designed and illustrated by R. Carswell and Son, Belfast, the work is finely bound in gilt tooled full morocco and impressed with the monogram 'WB' to the upper board. It contains two crests, presentation inscription, list of subscribers and six watercolour views in and around Ireland. (see ill)
Lot 207
CHARLES LESLIE (c. 1835-1890), 'On the Aber, North Wales', signed and dated 1881, inscribed in pencil with title to stretcher, oil on canvas, 11 1/2" x 23". £ 500 - 800
Lot 208
W.J.SEARLE, 'Pont-y-Cyfynt, North Wales', signed, watercolour, 9" x 14". £ 20 - 30
Lot 209
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, 'Precipice Walk, Dollgellau, North Wales', dated 1869, watercolour, 16" x 13". £ 100 - 200
Lot 210
WILLIAM TURNER OF OXFORD (1789-1862), Figures on a track with Cadr Idris beyond, watercolour, 15" x 21". £ 1,200 - 1,500
Lot 211
JOHN ELWYN (b. 1916), 'In Mid Cardiganshire', signed, oil on board, 9 1/2" x 13". £ 500 - 800
Lot 213
RAY HOWARD-JONES (1903-1996), 'Picton Point, Pembrokeshire', signed and dated '67, watercolour, gouache and black chalks, 9" x 12 1/2". Exhibited at the Leicester Galleries, number 11, April 1967. £ 200 - 300
Lot 214
RAY HOWARD-JONES (1903-1996), 'Skomer Island', signed and dated 1952, watercolour, 12" x 19". £ 300 - 500
Lot 215
AUGUSTUS JOHN (1878-1961), Figure scene, lithograph, pencil signed in the margin, 11 1/2" x 14 1/2". £ 300 - 500
Lot 216
AUGUSTUS JOHN (1878-1961), Three horses, etching, pencil signed in the margin, 3" x 4". £ 200 - 300
Lot 218
DAVID WOODFORD (b. 1938), 'Pen Maen and Aran Fawddwy from Craig Conarch', signed, oil on canvas, 35" x 28". £ 350 - 400
Lot 219
DAVID WOODFORD (b.1938), 'Pont Dal-y-bont Dinas Mawddy', signed, watercolour, 8 1/2" x 11". £ 60 - 80
Lot 220
JOHN SPEEDE, 'Merionethshire', 17th century engraved map with handcolouring, 15 1/2" x 20 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 221
FRANK BRANGWYN (1867-1956), 'Notre Dame Armistice Day', etching, pencil signed in margin, 21 1/2" x 29". Brangwyn though born in Bruges was of Welsh parentage. £ 180 - 250
Lot 222
CAPTAIN GREENVILE COLLINS, A 17th century engraved chart of Milford Haven, engraved by James Monkton, double page, 19" x 23". £ 60 - 80
Lot 223
SAMUEL AND NATHANIEL BUCK, 'The East view of Swansea in the county of Glamorgan', and 'The North west view of Cardiff in the county of Glamorgan', monochrome engravings, double page, published circa 1748, 12" x 32". £ 150 - 250
Lot 224
A private collection of prints in and around Wales, mainly 19th century and unframed to include: Glamorgan, including Cardiff and Llandaff, approximately 82.
Lot 225
PEMBROKESHIRE, approximately 78.
Lot 226
CARDIGANSHIRE, approximately 15.
Lot 227
CAERNARVONSHIRE, approximately 19.
Lot 228
BRECON, approximately 15.
Lot 229
NORTH WALES, approximately 65.
Lot 230
MONMOUTHSHIRE, approximately 40.
Lot 232
NORTH WALES; a folder of seven aquatints, handcoloured, published McLean, Haymarket 1822 to include Bala, Ffestiniog, Tal-y-llyn etc. (7)
Lot 233
NORTH WALES; a folder of nine 19th century lithographs to include: Llanberis, Llangollen, Bangor etc. (9)
Lot 234
WALES: a folder of 28 wood engravings, mid 19th century with descriptive text to the reverse of each. (28)
Lot 235
A FOLDER OF EIGHT SAMUEL AND NATHANIEL BUCK ENGRAVINGS of Welsh Castles and Churches to include Llandaff, Penarth, Beaumaris and Newport. (8)
Lot 236
A FOLDER OF TWO WILLIAM DANIELL HANDCOLOURED AQUATINTS published 1814 and 1815 of South Stack, Holyhead and Fishguard from Goodwych Sands. (2)
Lot 238a
P.C. CANOT after RICHARD WILSON, 'The Great Bridge over the Taafe', monochrome engraving, 15 1?2" unframed. £ 40 - 60
Lot 239
B* CAHILL, 'Cwmavon, Glamorgan', signed and dated '57, gouache, 9 1/2" x 12". £ 30 - 40
Lot 240
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Portrait of a young Welsh girl in traditional costume with lace bonnet, seated with an extensive mountainous landscape beyond, oil on canvas, 11 1/2" x 9 1/4". £ 200 - 300
Lot 242
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL. 'Snowdon from Capel Curig', inscribed and dated '92, watercolour, 17" x 23 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 243
A 17TH CENTURY ENGRAVED MAP OF SOUTH WALES by WILLIAM HOLE from Michael Draytons 'Polyolbion', with hand colouring, 10" x 13". £ 200 - 300
Lot 244
REGINALD EDGAR JAMES BUSH (b.1869 Cardiff - 1956), Figures in a country landscape with fence, signed and dated 1896, watercolour, 14 1/2" x 9 1/2". £ 220 - 250
Lot 246
JODOCUS HONDIUS, 'Radnor', double page engraving, 15" x 20". £ 40 - 60
Lot 247
THOMAS KITCHIN, 'Radnorshire', engraving with handcolouring, 14" x 21". £ 40 - 60
Lot 249
ROBERT MORDEN, 'South Wale', double page engraving, 14"x 16 1/2". £ 20 - 30
Lot 250
WILLIAM KIP after CHRISTOPHER SAXTON, 'Radnor', double page engraving, handcoloured. £ 50 - 70
Lot 252
EMMANUEL BOWEN, 'South Wales', 6 1/2" x 7 1/2" and another 'A Map of Radnorshire'. (2) £ 30 - 50
Lot 254
FIVE 19TH CENTURY SMALL MAPS OF RADNORSHIRE.(5) £ 20 - 30
Lot 256
ERNEST GREENWOOD (b.1913), 'Welsh landscape', signed and dated '48, oil on canvas, 14" x 18"; and two others, a watercolour signed G.M. Barnet, and another signed Viney. (3) £ 50 - 80
Lot 257
PENRY WILLIAMS (1798-1885, Welsh), Portrait of a young lady in a yellow dress facing the viewer, oil on canvas, in carved gilt Florenitine frame ,8 1/2" x 6 1/2". Ex Christies Studio Sale. £ 300 - 400
Lot 258
19TH CENTURY WELSH SCHOOL, A lady in traditional dress crocheting, pencil and coloured crayons, 14" x 10". £ 80 - 120
Lot 259
19TH CENTURY WELSH SCHOOL, Portraits of Jane Voss and Isabel Voss, pencil and coloured crayons, indistinctly inscribed, 17" x 14". Jane Voss was the eldest daughter of John Walters (who was partner in the firm of Walters Voss and Walters, Bankers of Swansea). £ 60 - 80
Lot 260
The following three works are all by the 20th century artist Gwyn V Williams. Williams was born in Prestatyn, North Wales and educated at Kingston College of Art, Surrey, London University and The Academy of Fine Art,Munich, Germany. He has exhibited widely and his works are represented in Arts Council, Public and Private collections in the UK and abroad. GWYN WILLIAMS, 'Snowdon Chough', signed with intials, oil on board, 6" x 8 1/2". £ 80 - 120
Lot 262
GWYN WILLIAMS, 'Welsh Granite', signed, oil on canvas, 19 1/2" square. The pebbles depicted on this picture were collected over twenty five years from beaches in Wales and arranged according to the colour wheel. Each pebble is placed next to its exact opposite thereby creating a colour harmony. £ 1,000 - 1,200
Pictures of Cornish Interest
Lot 265
JONES AND SMITH, 'A New map of the County of Cornwall', double page, published 1804 with handcolouring, 17 1/2" x 19 1/2". £ 30 - 50
Lot 266
GERALD PHILLIPS (20th century), 'St. Ives, Shore Shelter', signed, dated 71 verso, oil on canvas, 23" x 35". £ 200 - 300
Prints
Lot 271
TWO 19TH CENTURY ENGRAVINGS 'Nicholas Wadham' and 'Dorothy Wadham', 6" x 5", 'A View of Wadham College from the Parks', and two colour reproductions after Dennis Flanders 'View of Wadham College', pencil signed in the margin and a watercolour of Wadham College. (6) £ 30 - 50
Lot 272
A TEA COSY decorated with Wadham College crest.
Lot 274
A MIXED LOT of unframed maps and engravings to include various counties of Great Britain by John Cary, bookplates, an engraving of the Navy Office etc. £ 20 - 30
Lot 275
FRANK PATON (1856-1909), seven etchings to include 'Not at Home', 'Rough and Ready', 'The Pleasures of Hope', 'The Good Old Days', etc., and another after Yeats Carrington 'They won't be happy til they get 'em', all pencil signed in the margin, varying sizes in oak frames. (8) £ 200 - 300
Lot 276
AFTER CLAUDE LORRAIN, Figures crossing a bridge, sepia engraving, 8" x 10", and another similar. (2) £ 20 - 30
Lot 278
AFTER CECIL ALDIN, 'The Blue Market Races', reproduction in colours, 14 12/" x 23"; another of a street scene after the same hand; and two further hunting related prints. (4) £ 30 - 40
Lot 280
AFTER FRANCIS WHEATLEY, Children looking through a viewer, stipple engraving with handcolouring, 5 1/2" x 6", oval; and companion, a pair. (2) £ 40 - 60
Lot 281
FRANCESCO BARTOLOZZI after G.B. CIPRIANI, Figure scene, stipple engraving, 5" x 6 1/4", oval; and another similar. (2) £ 40 - 60
Lot 282
CHARLES WILLIAM CAIN (1893-1962), 'Shortened Canvas', second Burma set, drypoint, pencil signed in margin, 4" x 8 1/4". £ 30 - 40
Lot 283
AFTER WILLIAM SHAYER, Coaching scenes, a set of three, colour reproductions framed in one. £ 40 - 50
Lot 284
G. KEATING after W. SINGLETON, 'Camilla fainting in the arms of her father', stipple engraving, 12" x 15". £ 20 - 30
Lot 285
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY MONOCHROME ENGRAVINGS after R BUSS, 'The Enthusiast', and 'The Wooden Walls of Old England', gilt frames, 7 1/2" x 10". (2) £ 50 - 80
Lot 286
CARL HOSCH, Figure scene, lithograph, pencil signed in the margin and numbered 4/25, 22" x 27"; another similar smaller print and four unframed prints. £ 20 - 30
Lot 288
S.W.REYNOLDS after DIETRICH,' The Entombment of Christ', mezzotint, handcoloured, 19 1/2" x 26 1/2". £ 20 - 30
Lot 289
AN EMBROIDERED PICTURE woven with flowering branches, 17" circular, and a still life. (2) £ 20 - 30
Lot 290
OF NELSON INTEREST; A copy of 'The Times' dated Thursday November 7 1805 showing the front and back covers in ebonised frame, 16" x 22". £ 40 - 60
Lot 291
A REPRODUCTION PRINT depicting auctions at Sothebys and Christies, two framed in one, each 16" x 22". £ 20 - 30
Lot 292
AFTER DAVID ROBERTS, 'St. Pauls Cathedral', engraving with hand colouring, 9 1/2" x 13 1/2". £ 20 - 30
Lot 293
JAMES GILRAY, five coloured etchings to include 'The Introduction', 'The Jubilee', 'The Balance of Power', 'Palemon and Lavinia' and 'The Final Resource of French Atheists', varying sizes. (5) £ 50 - 80
Lot 294
M. A. ROOKER (engraver), 'The Library and Schools from Exeter College Gardens', monochrome engraving, 12" x 8 1/2"; seven others of Oxford interest and one other 'Rowing at Cheltenham'. (9) £ 30 - 40
Lot 295
V DE LA RUE (publishers), 'Le Bon Camarade', lithograph in colours, 25" x 19", unframed. £ 20 - 30
Lot 297
SALATHE after H. SEBRON, 'Niagara Falls, The Horseshoe', engraving with aquatint, 23 1/2" x 36 1/2", unframed.. £ 100 - 150
Lot 300
W. WARD after HOPPNER, 'Salad Girl', mezzotint in colours, 12 1/2" x 9 1/2"; and one other. (2) £ 20 - 30
Lot 301
WINIFRED AUSTEN (1876-1964), Partridges in a snow covered landscape, etching, pencil signed in the margin, 6 1/2" x 9", unframed. £ 70 - 90
Lot 302
POLLY HOPE, 'Images of Greece', three aquatint engravings, each pencil signed and numbered 5/60 contained in a folio, 18 " x 15 1/4". £ 30 - 50
Lot 303
A mixed quantity of unframed prints. £ 20 - 30
Maps
Lot 306
THOMAS KITCHIN (1781-1784), 'A New Map of Berkshire', handcoloured, 8" x 10"; and a coloured print 'The Blenheim leaving the Star Hotel, Oxford'.(a late impression) (2) £ 20 - 30
Lot 307
A 17TH CENTURY DOUBLE PAGE ENGRAVED MAP OF NORTHERN SPAIN, hand coloured, 17 1/2" x 21 1/2"; and a map of Corsica. (2) £ 40 - 60
Watercolours
Lot 310
EDWARD HORACE THOMPSON (1866-1949), 'At head of Derwentwater, the Shepherd Crag and Loclose from Waterlily Bay', watercolour, signed and dated 29, inscribed with title verso, 9" x 16 1/2". £ 800 - 1,200
Lot 311
GEORGE GREGORY (b. 1849, Isle of Wight -1938 Newport), Coastal scene with cliffs and lighthouse, possibly the Needles, signed and dated 1910, watercolour, 12 1/2" x 17 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 312
Preparatory drawing for Leda and The Swan, 10 1/2" x 8", unframed.
Lot 314
H. COLLOT, 'A Steam tug assisting a sailing ship to leave harbour by moonlight', 5' x 8 1/2". £ 40 - 60
Lot 317
ENGLISH SCHOOL, Flowering lillies, gouache, 14 1/4" x 11". £ 20 - 30
Lot 318
ALGERNON THOMPSON, Portrait of the bay hunter 'Solomon', signed and dated 1927, watercolour, 7"circular. £ 30 - 40
Lot 319
LORD PAUL AYSHFORD METHUEN (1886-1974), 'Blenheim Palace', signed, pastels, 13" x 21". £ 200 - 300
Lot 323
M. WILLIAMS, A young child with dog in the manner of Mabel Lucie Atwell, signed, watercolour, 12" x 8"; and another pen, ink and watercolour, a scene from Alice in Wonderland. (2)
Lot 325
H. E. TIDMARSH (19th/20th century), A panoramic view of London, signed, watercolour and heightened in white, 6 1/2" x 33", in original gilt frame. £ 600 - 800
Lot 326
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Tulip and flowering foliage and peonies, a pair, gouache , 9" x 7 1/2". (2) £ 300 - 400
Lot 328
A PAIR OF 19TH CENTURY CHINESE PITH PAPER PICTURES, each painted with a butterfly approaching a flowering branch, 6" x 7". (2) £ 80 - 120
Lot 329
LOUIS VIDAL (1754-1810), Flower study, signed, watercolour, 14 1/2" x 10 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 331
ITALIAN SCHOOL 19TH CENTURY, Figures by a stream with ruins in the distance, a pair, gouache, 3" x 2"; and one further by the same hand, 2 1/2" circular. (3) £ 200 - 300
Lot 332
MANNER OF SAMUEL DIXON, Two Oriental pheasants perched on a branch, 10" x 8". £ 200 - 300
Lot 333
KATHLEEN BISHOP (b. 1930), 'Tollygunge Club, Calcutta India', signed watercolour, 8" x 12"; four further Indian views, and a figure scene. (6) £ 100 - 200
Lot 334
19TH CENTURY BRITISH SCHOOL, A cloth bound album containing approximately thirty two watercolour sketches in and around the United Kingdom, to include Shoeburyness, Llaberis Lake, Pooley Bridge Ullswater, Saddleback Cumberland, On the Wye, Dunstan Castle etc., many pencil titled and dated or inscribed on the mount, the album cover impressed with initials 'M.E.C.'. £ 700 - 900
Lot 335
WILLIAM TATTON WINTER, (1855-1928), Sailing vessels moored at a quay, signed, watercolour, 5 1/2" x 8 1/2". £ 200 - 300
Lot 338
J. F. BRANEGAN, Winter, Whitby, signed, watercolour heightened in white, 18" x 23 1/2". £ 300 - 400
Lot 339
FRANK SHERWIN (1896-1985), A figure fishing at the side of a river with docked motorboat, signed, watercolour, 14 1/2" x 20". £ 50 - 70
Lot 340
A MIXED LOT of unframed watercolours of Italian scenes, 20th century, all unframed, approximately 19" x 13". £ 30 - 40
Lot 342
LEOPOLD RIVERS (1852-1905), 'An Autumn Evening, Berks', signed, inscribed with title to label verso, watercolour, 9" x 13", bears label inscribed J. P Mendoza Ltd, Printseller and Publisher to the late Queen Victoria, St. James Gallery. £ 250 - 300
Lot 343
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, A ship moored at a harbour wall, signed with monogram ? I S, watercolour, 4" x 6"; and companion, a pair. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 347
FOLLOWER OF GEORGE CATTERMOLE, Battle scene, possibly at Alton Hants, an incident of the Civil War when Royalists fought Roundheads in a church at the altar, watercolour, 16 1/2" x 23 1/2". £ 30 - 50
Lot 348
VIOLET LINDSELL (19th/20th century), 'The Ypres Tower, Rye', signed, watercolour, 10" x 14"; and another by the same hand. (one unframed) (2) £ 70 - 100
Lot 349
ATHENE ANDRADE, Mstislav Rostropovich (cellist), pencil drawing, 13" x 18"; Pierre Monteu in rehearsal with the L.S.O.; Sir John Barbirolli and Orchestra; and one other, signed.(4) £ 100 - 120
Lot 351
F.G.SKEATS (19th century), Children playing on a river on stepping stones, signed and dated 1882, watercolour, 14" x 21". £ 30 - 40
Lot 354
FOLLOWER OF GEORGE CHINNER, Study of two naked Oriental children, one with pot belly, watercolour, 1 1/4" x 1 3/4". £ 20 - 30
Lot 356
E. BAUDET, Portrait of Gabrielle D'Estee, signed, pencil and watercolour, 8" x 6". £ 100 - 200
Lot 357
LESLIE HURRY (1909-1978), View of a village green with church, signed and dated '36, watercolour, 15" x 19". £ 600 - 800
Lot 358
DUDLEY HARDY (1865-1922), The Snake Charmer, signed, watercolour, 12" x 17". £ 600 - 800
Lot 359
KATIE GLIDDON (b.1883), Still life 'Fritillaries', signed and dated 1928, watercolour, 7 1/2" square. £ 40 - 60
Lot 361
HERBERT MOXON COOK (1844-1920), A mountainous landscape with figures raking in a field, signed and dated 1877, watercolour, 9 1?4" x 17 1?2". £ 100 - 150
Oils
Lot 364
JULIAN BAILEY (b. 1963), 'Friends in the Pub', signed with initials, oil on board, 13" x 14". £ 50 - 70
Lot 368
NORMAN ADAMS, 'Tall Trees', signed and dated '55, oil on board, 19" x 11". £ 50 - 70
Lot 369
NORMAN ADAMS, 'Landscape with Figures', signed and dated '52, oil on canvas, 48" x 36". £ 30 - 50
Lot 371
CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, A monkey eating a cherry with mirror behind, indistinctly inscribed on stretcher ? Le Singe, oil on canvas, 22" x 14". £ 60 - 80
Lot 372
MANNER OF DAVID JAMES, 'Breaking Waves', bears inscription verso, oil on canvas, 17" x 28". £ 30 - 50
Lot 374
ATTRIBUTED TO ALFRED STANNARD (1806-1889), 'View near Norwich', oil on panel, 7" x 8". £ 300 - 400
Lot 375
ATTRIBUTED TO J. H. B. KOEKKOEK, A landscape with distant church, oil on panel, 5 1/2" x 7". £ 250 - 300
Lot 376
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Figures looking out towards the sea from a rocky cove, oil on canvas laid onto board, 7 1/2" x 9". £ 80 - 120
Lot 377
19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, A shepherd girl with sheep in a landscape, bears signature, 'B.W.Leader', oil on board, 7 1/2" x 11 1/2". £ 60 - 80
Lot 378
CIRCLE OF WILLIAM ADOLPHUS KNELL (1805-1875), A calm sea with sailing vessels at moonlight, oil on canvas, 4 1/2" x 8 1/2". £ 100 - 150
Lot 379
17TH/18TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Full length portrait of a nobleman in traditional dress, oil on canvas, 25" x 17", unframed and unstretched. £ 200 - 300
Lot 380
CIRCLE OF WILLIAM WISSING, Portrait of a young lady in a brown dress, a dog at her side, oil on canvas, 13" x 11". £ 200 - 300
Lot 381
19TH CENTURY CONTINENTAL SCHOOL, Faggot gatherers in a wooded glade, oil on canvas laid onto board, 24" x 19" oval; and a companion, a pair. (2) £ 200 - 300
Lot 382
BERNARD BENEDICT HEMY (1855-1913), Fishing boats at a harbour entrance, signed, oil on canvas, 16 1/2" x 23". £ 100 - 150
Lot 383
A PAIR OF 20TH CENTURY STILL LIVES, Flowers in a vase, each signed,'A. de Soet', oils on canvas, 9" x 7 1/2", in brass inlaid hardwood frames. (2) £ 50 - 80
Lot 384
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, River scene with Cathedral in the distance, oil on board, 5" x 7". £ 60 - 80
Lot 385
19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, View of a country house, oil on board, 3" x 4"; and companion, a pair. (2) £ 70 - 100
Lot 386
19TH CENTURY ENGLISH SCHOOL, A figure in a country landscape with cottage in the distance, oil on canvas laid onto panel, 9" x 13". £ 150 - 200
Lot 388
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Figures and cattle in a river landscape, oil on metal panel, 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"; a small oil painting of three figures on a path in a wooded landscape, 2" x 3"; and one other, circular. (3) £ 100 - 150
Lot 389
FOLLOWER OF CAMILLE PISSARO, View of a Parisien street, bears signature and dated 1874, oils on canvas, 15" x 23".
Lot 390
RICHARD BAIGENT (19th century), 'Beaufort Tower and Buildings and the Church of the Hospital of St. Cross, near Winchester', inscribed and titled verso, oil on board, 8" x 12". £ 300 - 400
Lot 391
A* LARSEN, Portrait of the Steam Ship 'Xania', signed and dated 1893, oil on canvas, 16 1/2" x 26".
Lot 392
19TH CENTURY SCHOOL, Two figures looking in a dressing mirror, oil on canvas, 11" x 15", unframed. £ 50 - 70
Lot 393
ERNEST HERBERT WHYDALE (1886-1952), A figure loading a horsedrawn cart with hay, inscribed verso, oil on board, 6" x 10", framed but unglazed. £ 200 - 300
Lot 394
H. KONNERTH, View of a wooded pathway, signed and dated 1928, oils on paper, 18" x 23". £ 50 - 70
Lot 395
G. HARRISON, River landscape with sheep grazing under trees, signed, oil on canvas, 26" x 35". £ 200 - 300
Lot 396
FRANS SEAGER, A Continental town with cathedral in the distance and figure casting a net on a river in the foreground, signed, oil on canvas, 18" x 30". £ 150 - 200
Lot 398
WILLIAM LANGLEY (19th/20th century), The Tambourine Player, signed, oil on canvas, 15 1/2" x 7 1/2". £ 250 - 300
Lot 399
MANNER OF ANDREAS SCHELFHOUT, A Dutch river landscape in Winter, bears signature, oil on panel, 8" x 12". £ 100 - 150
Lot 400
HAROLD RIDING (fl. c. 1925), Still life - roses in a silver cup, oil on canvas laid onto panel, signed, 17" x 13". £ 150 - 200
Lot 401
H.G. WOOLDRIDGE, View of Petersen's Tower, Sway, Hants', signed and dated '27, oil on canvas, 12" x 18". £ 30 - 40