Head Of A Decorated Ox by Joseph Crawhall (1861-1913)

A delightful watercolour  depicting the head of an ox which has been decorated, presumably for a Spanish festival.  Painted by Joseph Crawhall (1861-1931) who was closely associated with that group of artist known as the Glasgow Boys which included such artistic luminaries as  James Guthrie  and E.A. Walton. This work is unsigned which is not uncommon for watercolours by this artist and is in good condition in its original frame and mount.

Measures 17 cm wide by 16 cm deep (32 cm by 33 cm in ts frame).

 

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Rebarn House, Penge Common by James Bourne (1773-1854)

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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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