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Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects

  • Lot 221 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 221

    Samuel Cook (1806-1859). Watercolour; Viaduct at Ivybridge, Devon. 10 in x 14½ in (25.5 cm x 37 cm), mounted and re-framed 18 in x 22½ in (45.5 cm x 57 cm). The artist known as 'Samuel Cook of Plymouth' specialised in topographical views in and around his native area. Though short-lived he exhibited many works at the New Watercolour Society and is represented in several prestigious venues as the British Museum, V&A, and Exeter. (label with title etc. on verso).

    Sold For: £260

  • Lot 222 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 222

    Joshua Cristall (1767-1847) Watercolour; Young Ladies Conversing, 19¾ in x 14½ in (50 cm x 37 cm), mounted and re-framed 30 in x 24½ in (76 cm x 62 cm). Joshua Cristall's early work was basically landscape showing the influence of his friend John Varley, but he later turned almost entirely to figure painting, Mallalieu refers to his 'charming sketches of country boys and girls'. This is an unusually large example and was probably painted for exhibition purposes. Cristall is known to have shown his works at the Royal Academy as well as the O.W.S. where he was President for a number of years. [From the personal collection of John Appleby of Appleby Bros. London].

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 223 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 223

    William Havell (1782-1852). Watercolour; Landscape overlooking Caernarvon Harbour, 14 in x 19¼ in (25.5 cm x 49 cm), mounted and re-framed 23½ in x 28½ in (59.5 cm x 72 cm). William Havell was an important early watercolourist; a friend of both John Varley and Joshua Cristall with whom he founded the O.W.S. on 1805. This watercolour exhibited as part of a loan exhibition at the following public galleries: Guildford, Worthing, South London Art Gallery, Coventry, Scarborough, Darlington, Woigan and Stretford, Manchester in 1954 &1955 while in the collection of Archdeacon Smythe. Also from the collection of John Appleby of Appleby Bros London and St. Helier C.I.]

    Sold For: £1600

  • Lot 224 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 224

    Paul Sandby Munn (1773-1845). Logberthwaite (sic) near Keswick, Cumberland, signed R.P. Munns 1808 lower right, 18¼ in x 26 in (46 cm x 66 cm), mounted and re-framed 26½ in x 34 in (67 cm x 86.5 cm): An Exhibition Watercolour painted in 1808 and exhibited the same year at The Old Watercolour Society No 92. and 136 years later by The Fine Art Society in 1944 (information supplied by previous owners Abbott & Holder of London, see label on verso),

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 225 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 225

    Four 19th Century Scenic Pencil Sketches with white pastel highlights, set in glazed gilt frames: A water mill 13½ ins x 10¼ ins (34 cm x 26 cms), two continental historical mountain-side towns with buildings and figures 15¼ ins x 10½ ins (39 cms x 27 cms), and 13½ ins x 10¼ ins (34 cm x 26 cms), and a rural village scene with thatched cottage and church, 10 ins x 14¾ ins (25.5 cm x 37.5 cms).

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 226 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 226

    Amy Joseph. An Ink & Watercolour Drawing of London Street Scene, signed bottom right, 14¾ ins x 10½ ins (37.5 cms x 27 cms), mounted in a glazed gilt frame 21 ins x 16½ ins (53 cms x 42 cms).

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 227 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 227

    After William Hogarth. A Set of Twelve Engravings on Seven large sheets of paper: Illustrations for Samuel Butler's 'Hudibras' printed for Robert Sayer, map and print seller 53 Fleet Street, Circa 1760. (A/F)

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 228 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 228

    A Framed Fox Hunting Print after a painting by James Seymour (1702-1752), 19 in x 25 in (48 cm x 64 cm), mounted in a glazed frame 29½ in x 35 in (75 cm x 89 cm).

    Sold For: £0

  • Lot 229 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 229

    A Group of 24 Small Commedia dell'Arte Etchings by Callot mounted in four modern glazed gilt frames.

    Sold For: £140

  • Lot 230 | Fine Furniture, Paintings & Effects | Wilkinson's Auctioneers

    LOT NUMBER 230

    F Bartolozzi after Cipriani. A Pair of Engraved Tondos of 'Pomona' and 'Ceres', published January 1787 by Jane White, No. 10 little Newport Street. Plate size; 10¼ in x 9 in (26 cm x 23 cm). Mounted in glazed gilt frames, 15 in x 13½ in (38 cm x 34 cm).

    Sold For: £70



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