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Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects

  • Lot 201 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 201

    David Cox (1783-1859) Attributed. Watercolour; View of Conway Castle, Circa 1810, accompanied by the book; 'A Treatise on Landscape Painting in Watercolours' by David Cox, edited by Geoffrey Holme London, 1922. The painting 7¼ in x 11½ ins (18.5 cm x 29 cm), mounted and re-framed 15½ in x 19¾ ins (39.5 cm x 50 cm). This painting was executed when David Cox was producing watercolours very much in the 'Varley' style (from whom he was receiving lessons). According to an early label on the verso this was drawn for Ackermann's 'New drawing book of light and shadow 1809-1812' for which Cox did the illustrations.

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  • Lot 202 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 202

    David Cox (1783-1859) Charcoal Drawing 'From the Inn at Bolton Bridge', accompanied by the book; 'Memoir of the Life of David Cox' by N. Neal Solly, London 1875. The painting 7¼ in x 10½ in (18.5 cm x 27 cm), mounted and re-framed 16¾ in x 20 in (42.5 cm x 51 cm). The drawing was executed when David Cox stayed at the Devonshire Arms, Bolton Bridge with his friend William Stone Ellis at the end of May 1846 (Solly's Life of David Cox' page 143) Inscribed below the mount in the artist's own handwriting (see photstat on verso along with a letter from Christies confirming the sale of this picture; lot 240 at the William Stone Ellis deceased sale in 10th March 1877).

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  • Lot 203 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 203

    David Cox (1783-1859): A Sepia Watercolour Drawing of Figures on the steps of Haddon Hall, 5¼ in x 8 in (13 cm x 20 cms), mounted and re-framed 15 in x 17¼ in (38 cm x 44 cms). [Ex Abbott & Holder, London].

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  • Lot 204 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 204

    David Cox (1783-1859). A Watercolour Landscape: Atmospheric highland scene with man & dog beneath approaching clouds, 5½ in x 9 in (13.5 cm x 23 cm), mounted and re-framed 13¼ in x 16¾ in (34 cm x 42.5 cm).

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  • Lot 205 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 205

    William Crouch (Exhibited 1817-1861). A Pair of 19th Century Watercolour Landscapes with Figures, 3 in x 4¾ in (8 cm x 12 cm), mounted and re-framed 11 in x 12½ in (28 cm x 32 cm).

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  • Lot 206 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 206

    John Glover (1767-1849) Sepia Painting; Lake Scene, Haywood Park 1810, 4 in x 5½ in (10 cm x 14.5 cm), mounted and re-framed 12 in x 13¾ in (30.5 cm x 35 cms). [Ex Collection; Appleby Bros. St. Helier C.I.]

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  • Lot 207 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 207

    Attributed to Thomas Girtin (1775-1802) A Watercolour Study of Much Wenlock Priory, 4½ in x 6 in (10.5 cm x 15.25 cm) mounted in a glazed moulded giltwood frame. 13 in x 15 in (34.5 cm x 38 cm). [Ex The Squire Gallery, Portman Square, London].

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  • Lot 208 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 208

    Peter La Cave (fl 1789-1817). A Watercolour Landscape with horseman and lady conversing, 4¾ in x 6¾ in (12 cm x 17 cm), mounted and re-framed 12¾ in x 14¾ in (32.5 cm x 37.5 cm). An unusual work by La Cave to include a mounted figure but undoubtedly that of the Franco English artist known as the 'English Bergham'. His work was admired by Cotman and examples of his are in such museums as the B.M., V&A and FitzWilliam.

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  • Lot 209 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 209

    William Payne (Circa 1760-1830). A Watercolour Landscape Painting with covered wagon and figures, signed lower left, 6¾ in x 8¾ is (17 cm x 22 cm), mounted and re-framed 14½ in x 16¾ in (37 cm x 42 cms). William Payne was the inventor of the colour 'Payne's Grey'; evident in this typical watercolour dating from the 1780's when Payne was employed at the Military Hospital in Portsmouth (information taken from a contemporary note on the original frame)

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  • Lot 210 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 210

    Attributed to John Varley (1778-1842). An unfinished Watercolour of Conway Castle, 7¼ in x 9¼ in (19 cm x 24 cm), mounted and re-framed 15¼ in x 17¼ in (39 cm x 44 cm).

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