A very nice little Victorian watercolour in a decorative gold gilt frame showing a deep river gorge with a fisherman casting a rod and a man and woman behind. Above is the ruin of a tall building. Unsigned. In good conditon, remounted in its original frame.
Measures 27.5 cm wide by 21.5 cm deep (47.5 cm by 38 cm in its frame).
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A lovely watercolour showing the late 12th century cathedral in Bourges, France, by W.H. Wallis. This work is in good condition in its original frame and mount. Signed lower left and titled right.
Measures 37 cm wide by 60 cm deep (58.5 cm by 84.5 cm in its frame).
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A nice watercolour by the figure and landscape painter Thomas Hunt showing Highland cattle in a moorland landscape with hills and a loch behind. Signed, lower right, by the artist, this work is in good condition in its original frame and bears a label, verso, for the Glasgow picture dealer W.B. Gibson.
Measures 52 cm wide by 37 cm deep (70 cm by 56 cm in its frame).
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A very nice wash drawing by the English artist James Bourne (1773-1854) showing figures in front of Rebarn House in Penge Common. This work is in good condition and is signed and titled in the artist’s own hand, verso, together with his London address at No 4 Somerset Street, Portman Square. There is also a label for Newman Fine Art. This work was sold at Bonhams in Solihull in 2009.
Measures 23.5 cm wide by 28.5 cm deep (39.5 cm by 45.5 cm in its original frame and mount).
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A delightful watercolour/wash painting by the English artist John Edwin Oldfield (c1700-c1860) depicting Ryswyck House in the village of Groussen in Holland with figures in the foreground. In good condition in its original frame and mount. Signed, lower right, by the artist. This work was sold at Christies in Bond Street London in 1998.
Measures 22 cm wide by 18 cm deep (49 cm by 44 cm in its frame and mount).
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A rare pair of landscape watercolours showing Highland scenes by the English artist William Augustus Sillince. Each is signed by the artist, lower right, and both are in good condition having recently been professionally reframed. These are unusual, since Sillince was primarily a cartoonist.
Each measures 33.5 cm wide by 23 cm deep (52 cm by 43 cm in their frames and mounts).
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A lovely and very large waterfall by the English-born watercolourist Colin Bent Phillip who produced a great number of paintings of Scotland. This present work shows a waterfall which could be Eas Fors in Mull although I am not sure about this. Signed, lower right, and dated July 1913, this painting is in good condition.
Measures 60 cm deep by 85 cm wide (89 cm by 119 cm in its mount and frame).
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A vibrant study of seated nude female wearing a red turban by the artist Fyffe Christie (1918-1979.) In good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 50 cm deep by 21 cm wide (71 cm by 40.5 cm in its frame.)
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A watercolour by the English artist William Payne (1755-1830) depicting three figures walking a donkey along a rocky path skirting a river. Behind is a bridge with a house in the distance. Unsigned and in good condition. Has obviously been reframed at some time. Verso, a label states that this is a sketch from “Fancy” although I can find no reference to this work.
Measures 25 cm wide by 16 cm deep (44.5 cm by 34.5 cm in its frame and mount).
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