A little oil on artist’s board showing a yacht in a choppy sea. Titled “Stormy Sky – Stormy Water”, this work is signed by the artist A.M. Stirling. In good condition in its original frame.
Measures 23.5 cm wide by 28 cm deep (41.5 cm by 46cm deep).
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A vibrant seascape with sheer cliffs by the English artist Ian Murphy. This oil on board with collage is in good condition having recently been reframed.
Measures 20 cm wide by 8o cm deep ( 42n cm by 72cm in its frame).
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A lovely and quite large still life signed by the English artist Elizabeth Holder, bottom right. In good condition, this watercolour is in its original frame and mount.
Measures 68.5 cm wide by 43 cm deep (89 cm by 64 cm in its frame)
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A very nice watercolour by the Exeter artist Thomas Rowden showing cattle at a stream. Signed lower left by the artist and in good condition considering its age.
Measures 50 cm wide by 30 cm deep (70 cm by 60 cm in its frame).
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A delightful sketch in pencil of the head of a young woman by Sir George Clausen. This work is signed in pencil and bears a dedication to the artist’s friend, the eminent landscape, figure and animal painter John Pedder (1850-1929). The inscription reads: “G. Clausen to J. Pedder with all good wishes for the New Year, Dec.27 1900.” This work is in good condition and bears a label, verso, for Heron Pictures of Whitchurch-On-Thames.
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A delightful etching by the English artist George Soper showing an agricultural worker astride one of two heavy horses with his faithful dog behind. In good condition and signed in pencil by the artist. Remounted in its original frame which reflects its age.
Measures 28 cm wide by 19 cm deep (52 cm by 42 cm in its frame).
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A lovely and quite large etching showing part of the interior of the 15th century Rosslyn Chapel in the village of Rosslin, Midlothian, by the English artist Albany Howarth. Signed in pencil and in good condition having recently been remounted. Bears blind stamp.
Measures 24 cm wide by 42 cm deep (38 cm by 66 cm in its frame).
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A lovely little etching by the English artist E. M. Synge showing an extensive landscape with mill buildings in the middle distance. Signed in pencil, this work is in good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 21.5 cm wide by 21.5 cm deep (49.5 by 42.5 in its frame).
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Three men in a boat -trout fishing on Loch Laggan in the Highlands of Scotland by Norman Wilkinson. This original proof etching is signed in pencil by the artist and bears a label, verso, with signature and title.In good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 31cm wide by 22 cm deep (52 cm by 39 cm in its frame).
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A fine pencil drawing of an old man feeding birds in a park. Finely drawn this work is obviously Victorian from the man’s appearance. It is signed with the monogramme “R’ (or possibly “J.R.) In good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 28.5 cm wide by 37 cm deep (45 cm by 55 cm its frame).
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