The Queen Of The Night – a delightful lithograph by the Scottish artist John Bellany. Signed, titled and numbered 21 from a run of 200, in pencil, and bearing a label, verso, for the Berkeley Square Gallery in London. In good condition in its original frame.
Measures (sheet) 85 cm wide by 120 cm deep, 106 cm by 136 cm in its frame).
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A lovely lithograph by the Scottish artist Sir David Young Cameron entitled “In Provence” showing an arched passageway in a town in the South of France, with three figures in the background. In good condition in its original frame. Signed in pencil, lower right.
Measures 43 cm wide by 36 cm deep (67cm by 55 cm in its frame).
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Numbered 245 from a run of 550 this is another delightful limited edition lithograph by the Scottish artist Mary Fedden. In good condition it is signed and numbered in pencil.
Measures 30 cm wide by 29 cm deep (57 cm by 58 cm in its frame.
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A lovely limited edition print, numbered 77 from a run of 550, by the renowned Scottish artist Mary Fedden. Showing a table laden with fruit and ceramics, this work is in good condition having recently been reframed and remounted. Signed and numbered in pencil by the artist.
Measures 37 cm wide by 45 cm deep (58 cm by 68 cm in its frame).
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A fine old Scottish Lithograph entitled “Moonrise in the Valley of Cairngorm – an artist’s ramble in the North of Scotland” by Michael Bouquet and dated 1849. Published by Day and Son. In good condition – recently reframed and remounted.
Measures 40 cm wide by 24 cm deep (58 cm by 43 cm in its frame and mount).
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An original lithograph published by Gambart and Co, London, in 1852, entitled “The Marquis of Breadalbane”s Deer Forest”. Recently refamed and remounted and in good condition. Exh. 1914-40.
Measures 48 cm wide by 30 cm deep (66 cm by 50 cm in its frame).
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A Victorian lithograph of Dunblane Cathedral. No marks or signature but understood to date from around 1852 and published by Day and Son. In good condition – recently remounted and reframed.
Measures 42 cm wide by 32 cm deep (60 cm by 51 cm in its frame).
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