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Artist:Balliol Salmon 1889-1953
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Artist:Charles Collins 1851-1921
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Artist:Frederick Newcome 1847–1894
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Artist:John Callcott Horsley RA 1817-1903
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Artist:Robert Gallon 1845-1925
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Artist:Frederick Richard Lee RA 1798-1879
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Artist:Charles Wilde 1855-1905
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Artist:William Mellor 1851-1931,
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Artist:Alfred Clint 1807-1883,
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Artist:Edmund Morison Wimperis 1835-1900
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Artist:Henry Bright 1814-1873
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Artist:Robert Alexander Hillingford 1828-1904
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Artist:Henry Jutsum 1816-1869,
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Artist:John Cook act.1720-1750
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Artist:Antoine Bouvard 1870-1956
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Artist:Alfred de Breanski Jnr. 1877-1945
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Artist:Alphonse Leon Quizet 1885-1955
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Artist:Copley Fielding 1787-1955
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Artist:William Henry Mander 1850-1922,
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Artist:George William Mote 1832-1909
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Artist:Charles Thomas Burt 1823-1902
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Artist:Studio of Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640,
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This is fine early 19th century oil on canvas of an English warship of a 30 gun frigate of the Blue Squadron in high winds ‘Off Calais’ by the famous British maritime artist, George Webster (fl.1797-1832). This superbly detailed 200 year old oil painting of a Royal Navy frigate surrounded by numerous fishing boats off the French coast is a magnificent example of the work of one of the most gifted British marine painters of the 19th century.

Between 1797 and 1832 George Webster exhibited 14 paintings at the Royal Academy, 11 at the British Institution, and 4 with the Society of British Artists at the Suffolk Street Gallery. Paintings by George Webster hang in numerous important collections of maritime fine art, including the National Maritime Museum at Greenwich.

Webster’s celebrated pictures of Men-O’-War off the coasts of England and France are enduringly popular as both works of art, and invaluable records of British maritime history, and place him amongst the most eminent British Marine artists.

Dimensions: (framed) 62cm x 52cm (24½” x 20½”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 53cm x 43cm (21” x 17”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Fine Private UK Collection.
Presentation: 1900s classical gilt frame.

Artist:George Webster fl.1797-1832
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This is a very large fine mid-19th century marine scene oil on canvas of various shipping vessels negotiating ‘High Winds’ in the Channel off the South Coast of England by the famous listed Victorian marine painter, William Callcott Knell (1830-1880). This magnificent work is signed by the artist and dated 1865, and would make a spectacular focal point in the finest of rooms.

 

William Callcott Knell exhibited at the Royal Academy, British Institution, and with the Society of British Artists at the Suffolk Street Gallery. Fine paintings by Callcott Knell – such as the important work being sold here – sell for significant sums through prestigious auction houses, and private dealers worldwide.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 145cm x 94cm (57” x 37”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 128cm x 76cm (50½” x 30”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine Private UK Maritime Collection.

Presentation: Immaculate Louis XX style pierced and swept frame.

Condition: Very good. Professionally cleaned, and restored. Ready to hang.

 

Artist:William Callcott Knell 1830-1880,
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This is a fine 19th century oil on canvas of a young Belgian girl at the threshold of an old cottage surrounded by baskets of fruit and vegetables by the eminent Victorian artist, Oliver Rhys (1846-1923). Rhys was particularly famous for his detailed figural paintings of classical maidens and beautiful young peasant girls. The very beautiful work being sold here is signed by the artist and inscribed ‘Anvers, 1883’, indicating that it was painted in Antwerp.

 

Between 1876 and 1893, Rhys exhibited eight works at the Royal Academy in addition to numerous others at the prestigious Grosvenor Gallery, and the Suffolk Street Gallery of the Royal Society of British Artists.

 

Measurements (inc. frame): 75cm x 61cm (29½” x 24”)

Measurements (canvas only): 61cm x 46cm (24” x 18”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine Private UK Collection.

Presentation: 1900’s Louis XV swept giltwood frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Ready to hang.

 

Artist:Oliver Rhys 1846-1923,
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This is a large fine 19th century river landscape depicting anglers playing a large salmon above a weir in the Highlands of Scotland by the famous Victorian artist John Evan Hodgson RA (1831-1895). The painting is signed by the artist and dated 1874.

 

Though English by birth, Hodgson was brought up in Russia where he was inspired by the old masters in the Hermitage collection in St Petersburg. Returning to England in 1853 he enrolled at the Royal Academy schools, and began establishing himself as an accomplished and successful painter of historical subjects. Between 1856 and 1983, Hodgson exhibited 90 works at the Royal Academy, including many iconic scenes from British history and latterly fine Orientalist paintings as well as a handful of rural British scenes. It is one such work that we are offering for sale here.

 

In 1882 Hodgson was appointed Professor of Painting at the Royal Academy, and co-authored a celebrated history of that institution’s first sixty years. John Evan Hodgson became an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Society of Painters, and was elected a full member of the Royal Academy in 1879.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 120cm x 86cm (47¼” x 34”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 90cm x 57cm (35½” x 22¼”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine private UK sporting collection.

Presentation: 19th century gilt Empire frame.

Condition: Excellent. Newly professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Ready to hang.

Artist:John Evan Hodgson RA 1831-1895,
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This is a large fine early 1900s landscape two young girls sitting on the bank of the river Mawddach near the town of ’Dolgellau, in North Wales’ by the celebrated British artist, William Henry Mander (1850-1922). Dolgellau lies near the foot of Cader Idris in the south of the Snowdonia National Park. This superb work is signed and dated by the artist, and hangs in a magnificent original 19th century English Baroque gilt frame.

 

William Henry Mander was one of the principle artists of late 19th century Birmingham or Midlands School of landscape artists that included Benjamin Williams Leader, David Bates, George Turner, George William Mote and Frederick Henshaw. Like many of his contemporaries he became fascinated by the wild beauty of North Wales and lived in Dollgelau between 1899 and 1906, making the painting being sold here one of the last he painted in the area.

 

Between 1881 and 1914 he exhibited 122 works at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, 7 paintings at the Royal Cambrian Academy, and 14 at the Royal Hibernian Academy.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 103cm x 78cm (40½” x 30¾”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 76cm x 51cm (30” x 20”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine private UK collection.

Presentation: Fine 19th century Baroque gilt frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Ready to hang.

Artist:William Henry Mander 1850-1922,
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This is a large fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting two figures walking beside the River Lledr and ’The Lledr Valley’ itself, by the celebrated British artist, William Henry Mander (1850-1922). The magnificent Lledr Valley lies in Snowdonia, North Wales and runs from the Crimea Pass down to Betws-y-Coed, a site of artistic pilgrimage for many influential British landscape artists in the 19th century.

 

William Henry Mander was one of the principle artists of late 19th century Birmingham or Midlands School of landscape artists that included Benjamin Williams Leader, David Bates, George Turner, George William Mote and Frederick Henshaw. Like many of his contemporaries he became fascinated by the wild beauty of North Wales and lived in there from 1899 to 1906.

 

Between 1881 and 1914, Mander exhibited 122 works at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, 7 paintings at the Royal Cambrian Academy, and 14 at the Royal Hibernian Academy.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 89cm x 64cm (35” x 25¼”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 76cm x 51cm (30” x 20”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: With Omell Galleries, St James’, London circa 1970, thence in fine private UK collection.

Presentation: 1900s British Baroque swept frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Lined circa 1970. Ready to hang.

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This is a large fine 19th century Welsh landscape oil on canvas depicting a single figure outside a cottage looking out across the breath-taking national park of Snowdonia, by the celebrated Victorian artist, William Henry Mander (1850-1922). The painting is signed by the artist.

 

William Henry Mander was one of the principle artists of late 19th century Birmingham or Midlands School of landscape artists that included Benjamin Williams Leader, David Bates, George Turner, George William Mote and Frederick Henshaw. Like many of his contemporaries he became fascinated by the wild beauty of North Wales and lived in there from 1899 to 1906.

 

Between 1881 and 1914, Mander exhibited 122 works at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, 7 paintings at the Royal Cambrian Academy, and 14 at the Royal Hibernian Academy.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 85cm x 64cm (33½” x 25¼”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 73cm x 51cm (28¾” x 20”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine private UK collection.

Presentation: 1900s British Baroque swept frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Lined circa 1990. Ready to hang.

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This is a fine mid-19th century oil on canvas depicting a scandal unfolding in the life of a well-to-do Victorian couple. This superbly detailed work is by the world famous 19th century Royal Academy artist, William Powell Frith RA (1819-1909). The painting is signed by the artist.   

 

Frith exhibited no less than 136 paintings at the Royal Academy, including some that became the most viewed and talked about in British art history. A hugely popular painter of scenes depicting the everyday lives of the wealthiest and poorest of Victorian Britain, Frith’s wonderfully detailed narrative compositions were, in truth, anything but ‘everyday’. His work was witty and satirical, and full of social conscience, making him the greatest British ‘painter of people’ since Hogarth. In fact together with Turner, Linnell, Leighton and the pre Raphaelites (with whom he shared a mutual dislike) Frith was the most successful and highly paid of all British 19th century artists, and alongside Dickens the great chronicler of Victorian Britain.

 

Frith’s greatest successes were his large, multi-figural panoramas portraying the full range of the Victorian class system as they met and mingled in public places. In ‘Ramsgate Sands, Life at the Seaside’, ‘Derby Day’, ‘The Railway Station’ he painted three of the most famous oil paintings of the 19th century. No Victorian artist was such a great story teller, so great in fact that his narrative paintings could be enjoyed and understood by the many and not just the few, a talent that did not endear him to the more pretentious Victorian aesthetes.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 56cm x 46cm (22” x 18”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 46cm x 36cm (18” x 14”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: From the very fine private collection of late The Hon. Mr. & Mrs. Anthony Samuel.

Presentation: Louis XV style pierced and swept frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned, and restored. Ready to hang.

Artist:William Powell Frith RA 1819-1909,
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This is a large fine early 1900s portrait of a ‘Girl in a Red Kimono’ by the distinguished artist and illustrator Arthur John Balliol Salmon (1869-1953). Like his contemporary Ambrose McEvoy, Balliol Salmon was a gifted portrayer of English society beauties. This beautiful watercolour captures one such fashionable young debutante dressed in the height of 1920’s chic; a Japanese silk kimono. This fine work is signed by the artist.

Balliol Salmon studied art under Frederick Brown at Westminster School and afterwards at the Académie Julian in Paris. By 1901 he had become one of Britain’s best known illustrators at The Graphic magazine and a watercolourist much in demand for his pictures of aristocratic English beauties.

The new owners will want to have the picture re-glazed but we are selling it here without glass to avoid any damages during shipping.

Dimensions: (framed) 91cm x 72cm (35¾” x 28¼”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 74cm x 54cm (29” x 21¼”)
Medium: Watercolour on Whatman’s artist board.
Provenance: Private UK collection.
Presentation: Early 20th century Louis XIV gilt frame.
Condition: Very good. Newly professionally conserved. Ready to hang.

Artist:Balliol Salmon 1889-1953
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This is a large fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting five Longhorn cattle watering at a stream in the Highlands of Scotland by the eminent Victorian painter Charles Collins RBA (1851-1921). The painting is signed by the artist.

 

Charles Collins was a superb painter of landscapes and animals, especially cattle. Between 1867 and 1916 he exhibited 43 paintings at the Royal Academy, 64 at the Royal Society of British Artists, and many others at all of the major London and provincial galleries. In 1895, he was elected as a full member of the Royal Society of British Artists. Both the National Gallery and Tate Gallery in London hold paintings by Collins in their collections.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 99cm x 73cm (39” x 28¾”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 76cm x 51cm (30” x 20”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Private UK collection.

Presentation: 20th century Baroque giltwood swept frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned, restored and lined circa 2000. Ready to hang.

Artist:Charles Collins 1851-1921
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This is a large fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting a magnificent Scottish Highland loch and high mountains bathed in sunlight by the distinguished Victorian landscape painter Frederick Clive Newcome (1847–1894). This superb landscape is the finest example of Newcome’s work that we have ever seen. The painting signed by the artist, and dated 1873.

 

Frederick Newcome was a superb painter of light particularly when viewed upon both mountainous landscape and water. His palette and finely detailed execution is similar to that of his contemporaries Benjamin Williams Leader (1831-1923) and Alfred Augustus Glendening (1840-1921).

 

Newcome’s work was highly praised by the eminent Victorian art critic John Ruskin. When it was shown at the Royal Academy in 1875, the artist’s ‘The Head of a Highland Glen’ was praised by Ruskin as the best study of torrent including distant and near water that I find in the rooms adding that the rest of this mountain scene by Mr. Newcome is also carefully studied, and very right and good. The same can be said about this earlier work by Newcome painted two years previously in 1873.

 

Frederick Newcome artist exhibited 9 works at the Royal Academy between 1875 and 1887, and no doubt would have shown many more had he not passed away aged just 47.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 106cm x 76cm (41¾” x 30”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 92cm x 63cm (36¼” x 24¾”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Sold at Sotheby’s in 1987, thence in private UK collection.

Presentation: New Louis XV swept frame. All of the new frames we commission are especially made for us to order by one of the UK’s top period frame makers.

Condition: Excellent. Newly professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Lined and restored by John Gerrard’s of Cheshire circa 1975. Ready to hang.

Artist:Frederick Newcome 1847–1894
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This is a fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting young well-to-do children being dressed for a party by a governess and wearisome maid Horsley by the eminent Victorian artist John Callcott Horsley RA (1817-1903). The painting is a smaller version of a larger work by Horsley exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1866, and would have been commissioned for a wealthy private client.

John Callcott Horsley was mentored by his relative Sir Augustus Wall Callcott and William Mulready who sent him to study at Dr Henry Sass’s academy where he met Dante Gabriel Rossetti, John Everett Millais and William Powell Frith. After attending the Royal Academy schools, Horsley had his first painting exhibited at the RA in 1836.

In 1861 Horsley moved to the village of Cranbrook in Kent where he would help establish the famous Cranbrook Colony of important 19th century artists alongside Thomas Webster and Frederick Daniel Hardy. Like them Horsley’s paintings were largely of historical genre subjects set in the era of the Dutch Masters Pieter de Hooch and Johannes Vermeer, by whom Callcott’s work is clearly influenced. In 1864 he was elected a full Royal Academician.

Dimensions: (framed) 59cm x 44cm (23¼” x 17½”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 51cm x 36cm (20” x 14”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Private UK collection.
Presentation: 20th century Chippendale style gilt frame.
Condition: Excellent. Newly professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Ready to hang.

Artist:John Callcott Horsley RA 1817-1903
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This is a very large fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting a young mother and child and their small dog walking through a meadow near a church and cottage with a silver sea in the background by the famous listed British artist, Robert Gallon (1845-1925). This wonderfully executed summer landscape is signed by the artist and, as with all of the paintings we sell, presented framed and in excellent condition.

 

Between 1868 to 1903 Robert Gallon exhibited 32 works at The Royal Academy and 27 at the British Institution. One of the finest late Victorian landscape painters, Gallon’s precision and attention to detail is comparable to that of his contemporary Benjamin Williams Leader.

 

Fine paintings by Robert Gallon, such as the important example being sold here, sell through the finest international auction houses and prestigious galleries worldwide.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 122cm x 80cm (48” x 31½”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 102cm x 62cm (40” x 24½”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Private UK collection.

Presentation: New Louis XV style swept frame. All of the new frames we commission are especially made for us to order by one of the UK’s top period frame makers.

Condition: Excellent. Newly professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Ready to hang.

Artist:Robert Gallon 1845-1925
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This is a fine large mid-19th century landscape oil on canvas depicting an extensive river landscape with castle ruins on a nearby hilltop by the eminent Royal Academician, Frederick Richard Lee RA (1798-1879). This superb work is signed by the artist, and dated 1841.

 

Lee trained at the Royal Academy schools, and first exhibited there in 1822. He went on to have a further 170 paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy, placing him amongst the first rank of 19th century British landscape painters.

 

Lee’s work was often compared to that of John Constable (who had just the 104 paintings shown by the RA) and he was elected a full Royal Academician in 1838. In addition he exhibited 131 works at the British Institution, and 24 with the Society of British Artists.

 

Lee often painted works with his friends Thomas Sidney Cooper and Sir Edwin Landseer, both of whom provided the cattle for Lee’s landscape backgrounds. One such collaboration set the current world record for a Lee, selling for $278,000 at Christie’s London in 2003.

 

Works by Frederick Richard Lee, such as the one being sold here, are in the collections of the Victoria & Albert Museum and the Tate Gallery in London, and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

Dimensions: (framed) 99cm x 83cm (39” x 32¾”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 84cm x 67cm (33” x 26½”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine Private West London Collection.

Presentation: Mid-20th century gilt Baroque frame.

Condition: Very good. Ready to hang.

Artist:Frederick Richard Lee RA 1798-1879
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This is a large fine 19th century summer landscape oil on canvas of depicting a man walking his dog on ‘A Fine Afternoon’ by the listed Victorian painter Charles Wilde (1855-1905). This beautiful and skilfully executed work is signed by the artist and hangs in a fine Louis XV style giltwood swept frame.

Charles Wilde studied with the eminent 19th century landscape artist Henry Dawson (1811-1878) and first began exhibiting in London and his native Nottingham around 1879. Wilde exhibited 113 paintings with the Nottingham Society of Artists, and showed at the Suffolk Street Gallery of the Royal Society of British Artists in London.

Fine oils by Charles Wilde such as the work being sold here sell at Sotheby’s, Christie’s, and Bonham’s and with fine art dealers in the UK and North America.

Dimensions: (framed) 91cm x 65cm (35¾” x 25½”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 76cm x 51cm (30” x 20”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Private UK collection.
Presentation: Louis XV style giltwood swept frame.
Condition: Excellent. Newly professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Ready to hang.

Artist:Charles Wilde 1855-1905
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This is large fine 19th century landscape oil on canvas capturing ‘Summer in the Dales’ of Yorkshire by William Mellor (1851-1931). This very beautiful work is signed by the artist.

 

William Mellor is well known for his detailed landscapes that capture the splendour of the dales and peaks of Yorkshire, Derbyshire and North Wales. His calling card was a vibrant palate and meticulous rendering of trees and foliage enlightened by summer or winter sunlight.

 

Measurements (inc. frame): 103cm x 78cm (40½” x 30½”)

Measurement (canvas only): 76cm x 51cm (30” x 20”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine Private Collection of Yorkshire Estate.

Presentation: British Victorian Rococo pierced and swept frame.

Condition: Excellent. Newly professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Lined circa 1990. Ready to hang.

 

Artist:William Mellor 1851-1931,
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This is a beautiful, fine original 19th century landscape oil on canvas depicting a figure walking towards a distant villages nestled in ‘The Sussex Downs’ by the celebrated listed British artist, Alfred Clint (1807-1883). This magnificent painting is signed by the artist.

 

Alfred Clint is famous as a painter of English coastal scenes and extensive landscapes of the South of England. He first exhibited at the British Institution in 1828, and went on to exhibit 406 works, eventually becoming President of the RSA in 1869. Clint exhibited 24 paintings at the Royal Academy between 1828 and 1881.

 

Measurements (inc. frame): 88cm x 59cm (34½” x 23¼”)

Measurement (canvas only): 77cm x 49cm (30¼” x 19¼)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Private UK Collection.

Presentation: 1900s British Baroque giltwood frame.

Condition: Very good. Professionally cleaned, and ready to hang.

Artist:Alfred Clint 1807-1883,
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This is a large fine 19th century landscape oil on canvas of ‘Dartmoor’, the iconic setting of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s novel ‘The Hound of the Baskerville’s by the famous listed Victorian artist Edmund Morison Wimperis (1835-1900).

 

Wimperis exhibited at the Royal Academy, the Royal Society of British Artists etc. and became a member of Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolours in 1875 and was voted Vice President in 1895. He was elected a full Member of the Royal Society of British Artists in 1870 and a full Member of the Royal Oil Painters Institute in 1893. Works by Wimperis are held in the British Museum and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

 

 

Measurements (inc. frame): 101cm x 75cm (39¾” x 29½”)

Measurements (canvas only): 75cm x 49cm (29½” x 19¼”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine Private Collection of Devonshire Family.

Presentation: 1900s Baroque gilt frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned, and ready to hang.

 

Artist:Edmund Morison Wimperis 1835-1900
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This is a large fine 19th century oil on canvas of the famous ruins of ‘Bolton Abbey’ in Yorkshire by the celebrated Victorian painter, Henry Bright (1814-1873). This highly impressive, investment work comes from an important collection of 19th century British Impressionist fine art.

 

By the time Queen Victoria purchased Bright’s ‘Entrance to an Old Prussian Town’ in 1844, he was well on the way to becoming one of Britain’s most popular landscape painters. Mentored by John Sell Cotman and John Berney Crome, and championed by John Ruskin, Henry Bright went on to become a leading member of the influential Norwich School of British painters.

 

Henry Bright exhibited 12 works at the Royal Academy, 26 at the British Institution and 11 at the Suffolk Street Gallery of the Society of British Artists.

 

Dimensions (inc. frame): 106cm x 74cm (41¾” x 29”)

Dimensions (canvas only): 90cm x 60cm (35½” x 23½”)

Medium: Oil on canvas

Provenance: Fine Private UK Collection.

Presentation: Mid-20th century British baroque gilt frame.

Artist:Henry Bright 1814-1873
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This is a very fine original 19th century oil painting of a famous scene from William Shakespeare’s ‘The Taming of the Screw’ by the celebrated listed British Victorian painter, Robert Alexander Hillingford (1828-1904).

 

Hillingford became famous for his paintings of British military campaigns such as Waterloo, Sebastopol, and the Peninsular War, as well as his wonderfully detailed Shakespearian scenes. This outstanding work features the entrance of Petruchio and Kate in Act 4, Scene 1 of ‘The Taming of the Shrew’, and bears an old handwritten transcription from the scene verso.

 

Hillingford exhibited 29 works at the Royal Academy between 1866-1902, as well at the British Institution and Suffolk Street.

Artist:Robert Alexander Hillingford 1828-1904
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This is a large fine 19th century oil on canvas depicting a family of gypsies camped on a ridge overlooking a magnificent river valley with a settlement visible in the distance by the famous early Victorian landscape painter Henry Jutsum (1816-1869). The painting is signed by the artist, and was exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1842.

 

Henry Jutsum studied under the eminent 19th century landscape painter James Stark (1794-1859) and his work inevitably reflects the influence of the Norwich School and the Dutch Golden Age Masters, Meindert Hobbema and Jacob Van Ruisdael.

 

Jutsum first exhibited at the Royal Academy aged just 20 in 1836, and went on to show another 67 paintings at there. He also exhibited 75 works with the British Institution and 19 at the Suffolk Street Gallery of the Royal Society of British Artists.

 

Paintings by Jutsum are held in the Royal Collection, and the Victoria and Albert Museum.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 107cm x 76cm (42” x 30”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 79cm x 49cm (31” x 19”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: With William Rodman fine art dealers of Belfast circa 1880, thence in private UK collection.

Presentation: 19th century British Baroque swept frame.

Condition: Excellent. Newly professionally cleaned. Lined circa 1970. Ready to hang.

Artist:Henry Jutsum 1816-1869,
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This is a large fine early 18th century oil on canvas depicting an English Man O’ War firing ‘The Morning Gun’ at anchor alongside two other ships of the line. This 400 year old painting is a rare work by the important early English marine painter, John Cook (act. 1720-1750). The painting dates to around 1720 and is signed J. Cook Fecit; ‘fecit’ being the archaic Latin suffix used by artists up until 18th century, and literally meaning ‘he made it’.

 

John Cook’s work is often confused with that of the foremost marine painter of the early 18th century, Peter Monamy. Cook is best known for his maritime scenes of English warships in the Mediterranean, frequently off Alexandria.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 115cm x 84cm (45¼” x 33¼”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 101cm x 71cm (39¾” x 28”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Important Fine UK collection.

Presentation: 20th century neoclassical giltwood frame.

Artist:John Cook act.1720-1750
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This is a large early 1900s oil on canvas of a ‘View on a Venetian Canal’ by the French post-impressionist painter, Antoine Bouvard (1870-1956). This fine work is signed by the artist.

Bouvard studied in Paris at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts, and began extended painting trips to Venice in the 1920’s, returning to France to sell his work through eminent dealers in Paris and London. Such was the enormous popularity of his Venetian scenes that Bouvard’s various sons and his granddaughter all went on to paint very similar views in his style. But all were little more than imitations, and if you are going to own a ‘Bouvard’ then a Venetian canal scene by Antoine Snr is the one to have.

Dimensions: (inc. frame) 89cm x 78cm (35” x 30¾”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 71cm x 60cm (28” x 23½”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Fine Private Impressionist Collection.
Presentation: 1900s scrolled Louis XIV frame.
Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned, and ready to hang.

Artist:Antoine Bouvard 1870-1956
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This is a large fine early 1900s Scottish landscape of the sun immerging through a Highland mist around the slopes of Ben Venue in the Trossachs, by the celebrated British artist, Alfred Fontville de Bréanski (1877-1945). The painting is without question the finest work by this artist we have ever come across. The painting is signed by the artist, and hangs in a superb, ornate 1900s gilt Baroque frame.

Alfred Fontville de Bréanski frequently painted similar subjects and locations to his famous father, Alfred de Bréanski Sr., including the majestic rivers, lochs and highlands of Scotland. In addition to his father, de Bréanski Jnr. studied under James Whistler and Camille Pisarro, and developed into one of Britain’s most successful landscape painters of the period.

De Breanski Jnr. exhibited numerous works at the Royal Academy and with the renowned Royal Society of British Artists at the Suffolk Street Gallery.

Measurements (inc. frame): 99cm x 73cm (39” x 28¾”)
Measurements (canvas only): 77cm x 51cm (30¼” x 20”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Fine Private West London Collection.
Presentation: Scrolled and swept gilt Baroque frame
Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Ready to hang.

Artist:Alfred de Breanski Jnr. 1877-1945
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This is a very large fine early 20th century French Post-Impressionist oil on canvas depicting the people and buildings of Montmartre in Paris by the famous French painter Alphonse Leon Quizet (1885-1955). ‘Maison à Montmartre’ is signed by the artist.

When this picture was last sold by Christie’s Knightsbridge in 2014 it was in less than good condition with areas of paint loss, yet still achieved around $7,000. We have had the picture professionally restored and re-varnished. The new owner – should they have the money and inclination – might like to have the painting technically examined by a relevant research facility as there is undoubtedly another painting underneath. It was common amongst artists of this period in Paris to re-use their own unsold canvases and I believe a look at the painting under infrared radiation would reveal a previously unknown work by Quizet beneath. Over to Phillip Mould and Fiona Bruce!

Alphonse Leon Quizet was an important member of the School of Montmartre during the early 20th century along with Elisee Maclet, Gen Paul, Marcel Leprin, Lucien Génin and Quizet’s protégé, Maurice Utrillo. Utrillo might never have been ‘Utrillo’ without the influence of Maclet and the guidance of Quizet. Quizet and Utrillo often painted the same subject matter, and frequently together.

Alphonse Quizet was made a member of the Salon d’Automne in 1926 and named Chevalier de la Légion d’Honneur in 1931. Between 1907 and 1955, his work was exhibited at the Salon des Indépendants, the Salon Paris Moderne and the Salon des Tuilleries.

Dimensions: (framed) 114cm x 104cm (45” x 41”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 91cm x 80cm (35¾” x 31½”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: With Galerie Marcel Flavia, 6 Rue de Seine, Paris circa 1960. Thence in private UK collection.
Presentation: French Montparnasse giltwood frame.
Condition: Very good. Newly professionally restored. Lined circa 1990. Ready to hang.

Artist:Alphonse Leon Quizet 1885-1955
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This is a fine mid-19th century landscape oil on canvas of a herd of cattle being lead through an extensive English landscape with ancient ruins to the background by the celebrated British artist, Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding (1787-1955).

This beautiful 169 year old oil painting is signed by the artist, and dated 1846. It is signed again to the stretcher, verso.

Anthony Vandyke Copley Fielding was one of the most celebrated painters of the first half of the 19th century. He exhibited 17 times at the Royal Academy and won a gold medal at the Paris Salon in 1824 alongside Richard Parkes Bonington and John Constable. Copley Fielding was a painter of great elegance and skill and has always been highly popular with international collectors.

Dimensions: (framed) 79cm x 59cm (31” x 23”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 56cm x 36cm (22” x 14¼”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Important Fine Private UK Collection.
Presentation: Original mid-19th century gilt Baroque frame.
Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Relined circa 1900. Ready to hang.

Artist:Copley Fielding 1787-1955
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This is a fine 19th century landscape oil on canvas depicting a single angler fishing ‘On the Llugwy’ in North Wales, by the celebrated Victorian artist, William Henry Mander (1850-1922). The painting is signed by the artist, and titled and signed again verso.

 

William Henry Mander was one of the principle artists of late 19th century Birmingham School of landscape artists that included Benjamin Williams Leader, David Bates, and George William Mote. Like many of his contemporaries he became fascinated by the wild beauty of North Wales and lived in there from 1899 to 1906.

 

Between 1881 and 1914, Mander exhibited 122 works at the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists, 7 paintings at the Royal Cambrian Academy, and 14 at the Royal Hibernian Academy.

 

Dimensions: (framed) 61cm x 45cm (24” x 17¾”)

Dimensions: (canvas only) 46cm x 31cm (18” x 12¼”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Fine private UK collection, purchased from Haynes Fine Art of Broadway.

Presentation: 1900s British Baroque swept frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Lined circa 1990. Ready to hang.

Artist:William Henry Mander 1850-1922,
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This is a fine 19th century oil on canvas of an extensive landscape looking out across Surrey by the listed Royal Academy artist, George William Mote (1832-1909). The painting is signed by the artist and dated 1869.

G.W. Mote had 15 paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1857-73, 18 works at the famous Suffolk Street Gallery of the Royal Society of British Artists. Today his work sells at fine sales of British 19th century paintings and through prestigious galleries worldwide.

Measurements (inc. frame): 74cm x 53cm (29” x 21”)
Measurements (canvas only): 61cm x 41cm (24” x 16”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Fine Collection of Surrey Estate.
Presentation: 1900s Baroque pierced and swept frame.
Condition: Very good. Professionally cleaned, and restored. Ready to hang.

Artist:George William Mote 1832-1909
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This is a fine 19th century oil on canvas of an extensive landscape looking out across Surrey by the listed Royal Academy artist, George William Mote (1832-1909). The painting is signed by the artist and dated 1869.

G.W. Mote had 15 paintings exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1857-73, 18 works at the famous Suffolk Street Gallery of the Royal Society of British Artists. Today his work sells at fine sales of British 19th century paintings and through prestigious galleries worldwide.

Measurements (inc. frame): 74cm x 53cm (29” x 21”)
Measurements (canvas only): 61cm x 41cm (24” x 16”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Fine Collection of Surrey Estate.
Presentation: 1900s Baroque pierced and swept frame.
Condition: Very good. Professionally cleaned and re-varnished. Ready to hang.

Artist:Charles Thomas Burt 1823-1902
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This is an important and very fine original 19th century oil painting of the famous Renaissance polymath ‘Galileo before the Roman Inquisitition’ by the celebrated listed British Victorian painter, Robert Alexander Hillingford (1828-1904).

Hillingford became internationally famous for his wonderfully detailed paintings of great moments in world history, British military campaigns, and Shakespearian scenes.

The outstanding work being sold here captures Galileo’s appearance before the Roman Inquisition in 1633 when he was accused of heresy for his belief in the theory of heliocentrism. After refusing to recant, despite the threat of torture, Galileo was placed under house arrest where he remained for the rest of his life.

Robert Hillingford exhibited 29 works at the Royal Academy between 1866-1902, as well at the British Institution, and the Royal Society of British Artists. Fine oils by Robert Alexander Hillingford, such as the one being offered here, sell through international fine art dealers and at the most prestigious auction houses worldwide.

Measurements (inc. frame): 105cm x 80cm (41¼” x 31½”)
Measurement (canvas only): 76cm x 51cm (30” x 20”)
Medium: Oil on canvas
Provenance: Fine Private Collection of Cheshire Family
Condition: Excellent. Beautifully framed, professionally cleaned, and restored to the highest standard. Ready to hang.

Artist:Robert Alexander Hillingford 1828-1904
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This is a spectacular, large, and very fine 17th century oil on canvas of Christ being raised upon the cross at Golgotha by eight executioners, witnessed by Mary Magdalene, the Virgin Mary and a group of weeping women and children. To the left, a Roman officer on horseback directs the elevation of the cross, as soldiers in the background are crucifying the two thieves.

This important Old Master is typical of the work of the studio of Sir Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640) who produced several versions of both the raising of the cross, and Christ’s descent following his crucifixion.

The most famous painter in northern Europe during the seventeenth century, Peter Paul Rubens’ dynamic, emotional style full of rich colour and spectacular detail has influenced Western art to the present day. Amongst Rubens’ many major innovations was his use of smaller oil studies as compositional sketches for his much larger pictures; a method widely adopted by artists ever since. It is possible that the painting being sold here is just such a work. Rubens managed a very large studio in Antwerp, training many apprentices and employing independent colleagues to help execute specific projects.

Dimensions: (framed) cm x cm (” x 31½”)
Dimensions: (canvas only) 125cm x 64cm (49” x 25”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Important Private London Collection
Presentation: Immaculate English baroque scrolled frame.
Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Relined and restored circa 1880 by James Wyatt’s of Oxford. Ready to hang.

Artist:Studio of Peter Paul Rubens 1577-1640,
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This is a large fine large mid-19th century oil on canvas of a small herd of cows drinking from a river whilst a woman talks to a man with a collie dog before an extensive wooded landscape by the famous listed Victorian artist Edward Charles Williams (1807-1881). ‘Evening at the Riverside’ is signed by the artist.

 

A member of perhaps the most famous family of British 19th century artists, Edward Charles Williams was the eldest son of the celebrated painter Edward Williams and brother to Henry John Boddington, Sidney Richard Percy, Arthur Gilbert, George Augustus Williams and Alfred Walter Williams. During his lifetime Edward Charles Williams exhibited 19 works at the Royal Academy, 23 at the British institution, and 10 at with the Royal Society of British Artists.

 

Heavily influenced by the masters of 17th and 18th Dutch School of landscape painters, E.C. Williams work is sometimes confused with that of his father (not least has he often signed ‘E. Wms’ excluding his middle initial) but Edward Charles Williams was a finer draftsman.

 

Measurements (inc. frame): 97cm x 67cm (38” x 26½”)

Measurement (canvas only): 79cm x 51cm (31” x 20”)

Medium: Oil on canvas.

Provenance: Purchased in the 1920s from the Cooling Galleries, New Bond Street, London. Purchased in the 1990s at Sotheby’s sale of British Old Masters. Numerous other ex-Christie’s / Bonhams etc. auction stock numbers verso. Latterly in fine private West London collection.

Presentation: 1900s British Baroque pierced and swept frame.

Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned, and restored. Ready to hang.

 

Artist:Edward Charles Williams 1807-1881,
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This is a large fine mid-19th century English landscape oil on canvas of a boy fishing at a lock ‘On the Stour’ by the world famous British artist, Edward Robert Smythe (1810 – 1899). The painting is signed by the artist and sold with superb provenance, with dealer’s labels verso of previous sales circa 1920/30s from McConnal-Mason and Ackermann & Johnson.

Together with his brother Thomas, Edward Robert Smythe was one of the foremost painters of the Suffolk and Norwich Schools, along with contemporaries and friends such as John Sell Cotman and Frederick Ladbrooke. A highly gifted painter, Smythe specialised in landscapes and coastal scenes of East Anglia. This particular work features one of the locks on the River Stour, such as Dedham and Flatford, made famous by John Constable.

Smythe attracted commissions from eminent patrons such as the Earl of Cardigan, and exhibited at the Royal Academy, the British Institution, and the Royal Society of British Artists between 1850 and 1861.

Measurements (inc. frame): cm x cm (” x ”)
Measurements (canvas only): 89cm x 69cm (35” x 27”)
Medium: Oil on canvas.
Provenance: Private collection of Cornish estate.
Presentation: 1900s pierced and swept Baroque frame.
Condition: Excellent. Professionally cleaned. Ready to hang.

Artist:Edward Robert Smythe 1810-1899
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