A Bronze Sculpture Of A Racehorse and Jockey Taking A Fence – After Paul Loiseau (1861-1927)

 A bronze sculpture of a  racehorse with jockey up and in mid jump over a naturalistically cast hedge, on similarly cast base, after  the French artist Paul Louis Emile Loiseau-Rousseau (1861-1927) and  bearing  the signature E. Loiseau.  The patination is  dark brown  and the model is  mounted on a veined black marble moulded base.
Measures  37 cm wide by 40 cm long by 16 cm high  by 16 cm high on its base.

 

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Mysterious Light Matthew Draper (Contemporary)

A delightful, large  pastel by the Edinburgh artist Matthew Draper.  Entitled “Mysterious Light”, it shows an atmospheric, moody view of  the city.  In good condition, in its original frame and behind museum-quality glass. Signed, lower right. Bears a label, verso, for the Open Eye Gallery, Edinburgh.

Measures 107 cm wide by 77 cm deep (130 cm by 103 cm in its frame);

 

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A Bronze Group Of Two Racehorses and Jockeys, After Paul Loiseau (1861-1927)

 A bronze model of a pair of racehorses with jockey up and in mid jump over a naturalistically cast hedge, on similarly cast base, after  the French artist Paul Louis Emile Loiseau-Rousseau (1861-1927) and  bearing  the signature E. Loiseau.  The patination is  dark brown  and the model is  mounted on a veined black marble moulded base.
Measures  37 cm wide by 40 cm long by 16 cm high  by 16 cm high on its base.

 

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George Heriott’s School, Edinburgh by Robert Scott Irvine (1906-1988)

The Scottish watercolourist Robert Scott Irvine taught art at Edinburgh’s George Watson’s College and this is a very nice etching he made of one of the city’s other renowned places of education, George Heriott’s School. Signed and titled in pencil and numbered 3 from a run of 25, this work is in good condition in its original frame and mount.

Measures 14 cm wide by 10 cm deep (30m cm by 40 cm in its frame).

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