A small abstract landscape entitled “Winter Morning” by the Ross-shire-based contemporary artist Pat Semple. Signed lower left and in good condition in its original frame. This work bears a label, verso, indicating that it was exhibited in 1994 at the Scottish Gallery in Edinburgh in a joint show by Semple and her late husband, the artist and teacher Derek Clarke, entitled “Two Artists – One Place”.
Measures 18 cm wide by 15 cm deep (31 cm by 25 cm in its frame).
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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`).
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A vibrant and quite large oil on canvas showing a farm scene with outbuildings, geese and chickens by the Glasgow artist Hamish Macdonald who died in 2008. Signed by the artist and in good condition.
Measures 100 cm wide buy 60m cm deep (115 cm by 75 cm in its frame).
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A sanguine sketch of a seated nude woman, signed and dated 1876 by Sir John Henry Lorimer. In fair condition bearing in mind its obvious age and remounted in its original frame.
Measures 13 cm wide by 25.5 cm deep (42 cm by 59 cm in its frame).
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A delightful and very subtle watercolour on silk by the Japanese artist Gyokuho Hasegawa. This shows a landscape with trees in the foreground and others, in mist, in the distance. Signed in Japanese. in good condition, recently reframed.
Measures 15 cm wide by 19 cm deep (38 cm by 44 cm in its frame`).
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An extensive landscape in watercolour wash entitled “Newcastleton from the Pollach”, in Roxburghshire in the
Scottish Borders, by the artist Dr. Rufus Evans who showed in the first half of the last century. Signed and titled in the margin. In good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 21cm wide by 18.5 cm deep (38 cm by 30 in its frame).
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A winter landscape with two old pine trees by the Scottish artist John George Mathieson. Signed in pencil and in good condition in its original frame and mount.
Measures 10 cm wide by 18 cm deep (31 cm by 46 cm in its frame).
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A nice little etching showing an extensive landscape with hills in the distance and trees in the foreground with two deer. Signed in pencil by Robert Nesbet Snodgrass and in good condition.
Measures 29 cm wide by 19 cm deep (41 cm by 35 in its mount and frame).
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A lovely little etching in colours by the Aberdeenshire artist Alec Fraser, signed in pencil and entitled “A Picardy Farmyard”. In good condition.
Measures 29.5 cm wide by 17 cm deep (48.5 cmby 33.5 cm in its frame).
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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.
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