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.
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).
Two pencil drawings of Windsor Castle. The larger, dated approximately for 1842, is a view from the North East. Both unsigned and in good condition. A few light foxing spots on larger image.
Measure 24 cm wide by 18 deep (32 xm by 27.5 cm in its frame) and 29 cm wide by 20 cm deep (42 cm by 34 cm in its frame).
A very striking abstract image in the French “Tachiste” manner by the London-born artist Frank Fidler. Signed by the artist and in good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 25 cm wide by 37 cm deep (43.5 cm by 55 cm in its frame).
*Tachisme (Tachism), was a style of painting, popular in France in the 1940’s and 50’s. The name is derived from the French word “tache” meaning “stain”, said to have been first used with regards to the movement in 1951.
A very nice little sanguine sketch of a nude lady seated beside a small table. Singed with initials by the contemporary English artist George Bruce. In good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 24 cm wide by 33 cm deep (38.5 cm by 51.5 cm in its frame).
A lovely signed lithograph by the contemporary English artist Mary Fedden. Numbered 129 from a run of 500, signed and numbered in pencil by the artist. In good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 32 cm wide by 41 cm deep (56 cm by 57 in its frame`).
A nice little pencil sketch, entitled ‘Cliffs’ and showing a scene near Fort William on the West Coast of Scotland by the English artist William Thornton Brocklebank.This work is in good condition and bears an artist’s studio stamp, verso, obscured by the back board.
Measures 13 cm wide by 21.5 cm deep (34.5 cm by 44.5 cm in its frame).
An interesting pen and ink wash drawing of the sterns of three boats, two of which appear to be under sail. One boat is named as “the Swallow” with the owner’s name, “James Holden”, below This picture is unsigned but bears the date, 11th September 1824, top left.
Some light foxing present but generally in good condition in its original frame and mount.
A lovely pen and ink drawing of a wooded river scene by George Cuitt the Younger. Some yellowing to the edge of the mount but otherwise in good condition in its original frame and mount. Unsigned.
Measures 21 cm wide by 15 cm deep (36.5 cm by 34.5 cm in its frame.
The figure of a rustic gentleman at table with a jug and glass by the English artist William Henry Hunt. In good condition in its frame and mount. Signed in pencil. The frame may not be original and the dates printed below the image are wrong.
Measures 7.5 cm wide by 10.5 cm deep (21 cm by 26.5 cm in its frame).