Thursday 5th August – FINE ART and Frames

The sale will be available to view in person at Parker Fine Art Auctions, Farnham from Friday 30th July


Attributed to Arthur Melville (1855-1904)

“Amanda”, Study of a Lady on a Camel with a Guide


Signed and Dated ’81, and Inscribed ‘Amanda’ by her hand

14.5” x 10.5” (36.8 x 26.7cm)

Estimate £4,000 – £6,000

Thomas Gibson (c.1680-1751)

Captain James Monypenny, on the occasion of his Marriage to Mary Gybbon

Signed, Inscribed and Dated 1715, and later Inscribed on a label verso

In a Fine Carved Giltwood Frame

50” x 40” (127 x 101.6cm)

Notes: James Monypenny later became a Rear Admiral. He bought Great Maytham in 1714 and commenced building Maytham Hall in 1721. This is one of a collection of portraits of three generations of the Monypenny family by important artists which are included in the sale.

Estimate £3,000 – £5,000

Paul Cesar Helleu (1859-1927)

Bust Portrait of a Young Girl wearing a Bonnet

Drypoint Etching, Signed in Pencil

23.25″ x 13.25″ (59 x 33.7cm)

Estimate £500-£700

Keith Shackleton (1923-2015)

“The Fish Pass, Frigate Birds at Cosmoledo Atoll”

Oil on Board, Signed and Dated ’72, and Inscribed on label verso

23” x 18” (58.4 x 45.7cm)

Estimate £800-£1,200

Beryl Cook (1926-2008)

“Joggers on the Hoe”

Lithograph in Colours with Printers Guild Stamp, Signed in Pencil, and Inscribed on label verso

17” x 14” (43.2 x 35.5cm).

Provenance: A.R. Whibley & Son, Worthing

Estimate £150-£250

Samuel John Lamorna Birch (1869-1955)

“The Old Millrace in the Roseworthy Valley”


Signed, and Inscribed on labels verso

10″ x 13.75″ (25.4 x 34.8cm)

Provenance: The Fine Art Society Ltd, London, November 1908

Estimate £300-£500

Tessa Newcomb (1955- )

“Primula Veris Gold Lace”

Oil on Board

Signed with Initials, and Dated 2002, and Inscribed verso

20.25″ x 19″ (51.4 x 48.2cm)

Notes: Tessa is the daughter of Mary Newcomb

Estimate £400-£600

Circle of Sir John Lavery (1856-1941)

“Oval”, ‘1926 V Test England vs Australia’, a Cricket match

Oil on Canvas, Inscribed and Dated 1926, and Inscribed on a label verso

9″ x 19″ (22.8 x 48.2cm)

Estimate £200-£300

Peter Blake (1932- )

“Bentley (2016)”

Screenprint, Signed and Numbered 9/150 in Pencil

12.25” x 9.5” (31.2 x 24.2cm)

Estimate £200-£400
Lot 485, 5th August

19th Century English School

A Carved Giltwood and Painted Frame

Rebate 48.5” x 30.25” (123.2 x 77.8cm)

Estimate £200-£300