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Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects

  • Lot 211 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 211

    Peter La Cave (1st half of 19th Century). Watercolour; Herdsman watching his cattle, 5¾ in x 9½ in (14.5 cm x 24 cm), mounted and re-framed 14 in x 17¼ in (35.5 cm x 44 cm). Peter La Cave, of French extract, settled in England at the start of the 19th century and became known as 'The English Bergham' painting decorative rural scenes in that style, which probably also influenced both Morland and Ibbetson with whom he is thought to have collaborated. Examples of his work can be found in a number of public galleries including the British Museum, V&A and the FitzWilliam.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 212 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 212

    Peter La Cave (1st half of 19th Century). Watercolour; Herdsman Resting, 7 in x 9½ in (18 cm x 25 cms), mounted and re-framed 16 in x 18¾ in (41 cm x 48 cms). Peter La Cave, of French extract, settled in England at the start of the 19th century and became known as 'The English Bergham' painting decorative rural scenes in that style, which probably also influenced both Morland and Ibbetson with whom he is thought to have collaborated. Examples of his work can be found in a number of public galleries including the British Museum, V&A and the FitzWilliam.

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  • Lot 213 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 213

    Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding (1787-1855). Watercolour: Landscape with covered wagon, 6¾ in x 9¾ in (17 cm x 25 cm), mounted and re-framed 14½ in x 17¼ in (37 cm x 44 cm).

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  • Lot 214 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 214

    John Varley (1778-1842). A Watercolour: Landscape with figure on track leading to a ford Circa 1810. 13 in x 10 in (33 cm x 25.5 cm), mounted and re-framed 22½ in x 14¼ in (57 cm x 49.5). An early work by one of the leading early English watercolourists who was responsible for teaching such eminent painters as David Cox [Ex Abbott & Holder. London].

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  • Lot 215 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 215

    Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding (1787-1855). A Fine Watercolour River Landscape with Castle, signed faintly lower left. 6¾ in x 10¼ in (17 cm x 26 cms) mounted and re-framed 17¼ in x 20¾ in (44 cm x 53 cms).

    Sold For: £850

  • Lot 216 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 216

    William Payne (1760-1830). Watercolour Coastal Scene with Figures. 8½ in x 11¼ in (21.5 cm x 28.5 cm). mounted and re-framed 16½ in x 19¼ in (41 cm x 49 cms). A typical work by artist who was the inventor of the pigment 'Payne's Grey'; [Leger Galleries label for their 1969 exhibition on verso].

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  • Lot 217 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 217

    Peter La Cave, 1808. Watercolour; 'The Farm', 7½ in x 11¼ in (19 cm x 28.5 cm), mounted and re-framed 15½ in x 19 in (39.5 cm x 48 cms). Peter La Cave, of French extract, settled in England at the start of the 19th century and became known as 'The English Bergham' painting decorative rural scenes in the Nicolas Bergham manner, which probably also influenced both Morland and Ibbetson with whom he is thought to have collaborated. Examples of his work can be found in a number of public galleries including the British Museum, V&A, Ashmolean and the FitzWilliam. [Ex Collection; Fine Art Society (label on verso)].

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 218 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 218

    William Callow (1812-1908) Watercolour; Landscape with Country Cottage, 8 in x 11 in (20 cm x 28 cms), mounted and re-framed 16 in x 18½ in (41 cm x 47 cms). Bears the prestigious label of the Colnaghi Gallery on verso.

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 219 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 219

    William Payne (1760-1830). Watercolour; Landscape with Castle and Rider dated 1803 on the original frame (now re-framed). 8½ ins x 11¾ in (22 cm x 30 cms), mounted and re-framed 18 in x 21¼ ins (46 cm x 54 cms). William Payne not only founded the Devonshire School, but invented the colour 'Payne's Grey'.

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  • Lot 220 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 220

    William Payne (1760-1830). A Watercolour Landscape with ruined church, 10½ in x 14¼ in (26.5 cm x 36.5 cms), mounted and re-framed 18½ in x 22¼ in (47 cm x 56.5 cms). A fine, typical example of the work of this West Country artist who was not only one of the major exponents of watercolour painting of his day, but also the inventor of the pigment 'Payne's Grey'- so evident in this work [Sold by the Leger Galleries in London in their April 1968 exhibition (label on verso)]

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