On View:

Friday 30TH sEPTEMBER, 10am – 4pm
Saturday 1ST OCTOBER, 10am – 2pm
Sunday 2ND OCTOBER, 10am – 2pm
Monday 3RD OCTOBER, 10am – 4pm
Tuesday 4TH OCTOBER, 10am – 4pm
Wednesday 5TH OCTOBER, 10am – 4pm
Thursday 6TH OCTOBER from 9am

a SELECTION FROM the SALE on 6th October:

Attributed to Benjamin Wilson (1721-1788) British
The Hopkins Family, Sir John and Lady Hopkins and their Children, and Dr Nathaniel Boutflower
Oil on canvas
Inscribed on a label verso
In a Fine Carved Giltwood Frame
37.5″ x 50″ (95.2 x 127cm)
Provenance: Colonel Bradley (Great-Grandson of Sir John Hopkins)

Estimate: £30,000 – £40,000

T McTigue (Early 20th Century) British
Lady Astor Playing Golf at North Berwick, after John Lavery
Oil on canvas
Signed and Indistinctly Dated, and Inscribed on a Plaque
25.25″ x 30.75″ (64 x 77.6cm)

Estimate: £1000 – £1500 

Frank Owen Salisbury (1874-1962) British
Dignitaries at Westminster Abbey with Royal Figures
Oil on canvas
Unframed 22.5″ x 36″ (57.2 x 91.5cm)

Estimate: £200 – £400 

James Lawrence Isherwood (1917-1989) British
Wigan Shawls
Oil on board
Signed, and inscribed verso
12″ x 14″ (30.5 x 35.5cm)
Provenance: by direct family descent

Estimate: £800 – £1200 

17th Century Italian School
The Madonna and Child with Infant St John the Baptist
Oil on canvas, in a fine carved giltwood frame
25″ x 20″ (63.5 x 50.8cm)


Estimate: £2000 – £4000

Late 18th Century Italian School
The Molo, with Figures in the foreground,
Oil on canvas
12.75 x 19.5″ (32.3 x 49.5cm)
And the companion piece, The Rialto Bridge

ESTIMATE: £2000 – £3000 FOR THE PAIR

Late 16th Century English School
Portrait of Queen Elizabeth I, in a Jewelled Dress and Lace Ruff
Oil on panel
Inscribed ‘Elizabeth Regina AD’ and ‘Anglia Hibernia et Francia’, and Inscribed on labels verso
In a Fine Carved Giltwood Frame
14.5″ x 11.5″ (36.8 x 29.3cm)
Provenance: Collection of Magniac; Trace-Kelly, Audley House, 1995

ESTIMATE: £800 – £1200 

After Andy Warhol (1928-1987) American
Queen Elizabeth
Offset Lithograph
Stamped verso, and Inscribed and Dated 1987 on a label on backing board
Mounted unframed
10.5″ x 8.25″ (27 x 21cm)
Notes: Promotional Print produced for Art Basel 1987, Edition of 1000, Colour Variant 01/04

eSTIMATE: £100 – £150 

Marcus Clayton Stone (1840-1921) British
An Elegant Lady Reading in a Garden
Oil on artist’s board
9.5″ x 17″ (24.2 x 42.8cm)
Notes; a Study for “End of the Story”
Provenance: Direct descent from the family of Sir Samuel Luke Fildes

Estimate: £1000 – £2000 

Attributed to John Emms (1843-1912) British
Study of a Terrier
Oil on artist’s board
Inscribed ’54, 9.5″ x 7.5″ (24.2 x 19cm)


Estimate: £300 – £500