Christopher Saxton (act.c.1540-1610)
Map, amended by P Lea
14.75″ x 19.25″ (37.4 x 48.8cm)

Sold for £1,200

Alfred de Breanski (1852-1928)
Between the Showers
Oil on Canvas
Signed, and Inscribed on a label verso
12″ x 14″ (30.5 x 35.5cm)

and the companion piece, The Evening Glow, a pair (2)

Sold for £7,500

Myles Birket Foster (1825-1899)
Surrey Lane
Watercolour and Bodycolour
Signed with Monogram, and Inscribed on a label verso
8.4″ x 13.15″ (21.2 x 33.5cm)
Provenance: Michael Bryan, London

Sold for £3,600

After Lemuel Francis Abbott (1760-1803)
Admiral Lord Nelson
Oil on Canvas
Inscribed on a label verso
27.5″ x 23.5″ (70 x 59.7cm)

Sold for £5,500

Henry Redmore (1820-1887)
Shipping in a Light Breeze on the North Sea
Oil on Canvas
Signed and Dated 1857, and Inscribed on a label verso
14″ x 21″ (35.5 x 53.3cm)
Provenance: Frost & Reed

Sold for £4,000

Antony Gormley (1950- )
“Sexual Field-Asexual Field, 2001”
Lithograph in Colours
Signed and Numbered 69/200 in Pencil
12.25″ x 16.25″ (31 x 41.2cm)

Sold for £460

Allan Ramsay (1713-1784)
Portrait of Miss Mitchell standing full length, wearing White Satin with her left Arm resting on a Pedestal
Oil on Canvas
Signed and Dated 1742
In a Fine Carved Giltwood Frame with Lely Panels
49″ x 37.5″ (124.5 x 95.2cm)
Provenance: Glennie Sale, Sotheby’s, 18th July 1928 (137), bt. Soames; Joseph Hayward, Chiltern House Wiltshire; Christie’s, 23rd November 1973 (163), (as unknown sitter), bt. Lacy. Notes: Identified in 1928 sale catalogue as “believed to be Miss Mitchell, grand-daughter of Sir Thomas Willys, Bart” i.e. Sir Thomas Willys (1612-1701), 1st Bt, of Fen Ditton.
Literature: Alastair Smart: “Allan Ramsay a Complete Catalogue of his Paintings”, Cat. No. 367 (illus pl.116)

Sold for £10,000

Joan Gillchrest (1918-2008)
Still Life of a Jug
Oil on Board
Signed with Motif
8″ x 5.25″ (20.2 x 13.3cm
Provenance: The Wren Gallery, Oxfordshire

Sold for £750

After James Gillray (1756-1815)
“The Gout”
Hand Coloured Etching, Published by Hannah Humphrey, 1799
9.5″ x 12.75″ (24.2 x 32.3cm)

Sold for £190

John Alfred Wheeler (1821-1903)
Head of a Fox Hound
Oil on Board
Signed with Initials
Unframed 4.5″ x 5.15″ (11.4 x 13.2cm)

sOLD FOR £600

7th october sale

Ken Howard (1932- )
Roses on a Windowsill
Oil on board
7.5″ x 5.5″ (19.3 x 14.3cm)
Provenance: Island Fine Arts, Bembridge

Sold for £1,300

Dorothea Sharp (1874-1955)
A Beach Scene with Children
Oil on Canvas
15″ x 18″ (38.2 x 45.7cm)

Sold for £24,000

Circle of Francis Cotes (1726-1770)
Bust Portrait of a Lady, Dressed in Green and White and adorned with Pearls,
possibly Rhoda Delaval, Lady Astley, Artist (1725-1757)
Oil on Canvas
Painted Oval, in an Ornate Papier-Mache Frame
30′ x 25′ (76.2 x 63.5cm)

Sold for £3,800

William Elmes (act.1804-1816)
“Little Bony Sneaking into Paris, with a White Feathe [sic] in his Tail”
Hand Coloured Etching, Published by Thomas Tegg, January 12 1813
8.5″ x 12.85″ (21.6 x 33.8cm)

Sold for £70

Thomas Sidney Cooper (1803-1902)
Sheep and Cows in a River Landscape
Oil on Canvas
Signed and Inscribed R.A.
20″ x 30″ (50.8 x 76,2cm).
Provenance: Arthur Tooth & Sons, London

Sold for £8,500

Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976)
“Market Scene, Northern Town (1939)”
Signed in Pencil
18″ x 23.75″ (45.7 x 60.3cm)
Provenance: Miss S.A. Vatcher, May ’74

Sold for £4,200

Terence Parkes ‘Larry’ (1927-2003)
“Mr Donald McGill Copying a Monet – Tate Gallery, 1952”
Watercolour and Ink
Signed, and Inscribed on a label verso
10.75″ x 14″ (27.3 x 35.5cm)
Provenance: Chris Beetles Limited, London, April 1995

Sold for £90

Thierry Poncelet (1946- )
Portrait of a Collie Lady
Oil on Canvas
Signed and Dated 1994
24″ x 20″ (61 x 50.8cm)

Sold for £1,300

Sheree Valentine Daines (1959- )
“Café on the River”
Oil on Board
Signed with Initials, and Inscribed on a label verso
24″ x 19″
(61 x 48.2cm)
Provenance: Henley Royal Regatta, 26th June 2001 – Thompson’s Aldeburgh, Suffolk

Sold for £8,200

9th September sale

Peter Markham Scott (1909-1989) British
Ducks in Flight
Oil on Canvas
Signed, 24″ x 36″ (61 x 91.5cm)
Provenance: A.W. Harvey Brown, London

Sold for £4,600

Ken Moroney (1949-2018)
Figures in a Street Market
Oil on Board
11″ x 14″ (28 x 35.5cm)

Sold for £420

17th Century German School
Head of a Madonna
Oil on Panel, in a Temple Frame with simulated tortoiseshell and fabric outer edge
13″ x 10″ (33 x 25.4cm)

Sold for £1,600

John S Sanderson Wells (1872-1955)
The Master of the Hounds Cantering with the Pack
14″ x 11.75″ (35.5 x 29.8cm)

Sold for £400

Early 19th Century English School
Study of a Seated Cat by a Ledger and Inkwell
Oil on Canvas in a Maple Frame
25″ x 20″ (63.5 x 50.8cm)

Sold for £4,800

Laurence Stephen Lowry (1887-1976)
“Britain at Play”
Offset Lithograph in Colours
Signed in Pencil with Printers Guild Stamp
17.5″ x 23.5″ (44.4 x 59.7cm)

Sold for £4,600

David Emil Joseph de Noter (1825-1887)
Still Life of Fruit on a Bank
8″ x 11.25″ (20.2 x 28.5cm)

Sold for £360

18th Century Italian School
Head of a Madonna
Oil on Panel
In a Fine Gilt Composition Frame
9.75″ x 8″ (24.7 x 20.2cm)

Sold for £950

Gilbert William Gaul (1855-1919)
“A Boy’s Sport”
Oil on Canvas laid down
Signed, and Inscribed verso
12″ x 16″ (30.5 x 40.6cm)

Sold for £3,800

William Joseph Shayer (1811-1891)
“Orlando, Winner of the Derby 1844”
Oil on Canvas
Signed, Inscribed and Dated 1844, and Inscribed on labels verso
In a Maple Frame
17″ x 21″ (43.2 x 53.3cm)
Provenance: D. Coopers Sale, Christies, May ’93 (1893)
Notes: Jockey Nat Flatman, Trainer W Cooper, Owner Jonathan Peel

Sold for £2,200

5th August sale

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)

SOLD FOR £3,800

Manner of Thomas Beach (1738-1806) British

“Silvestra Monypenny (1766-1835)” c.1779, in an interior wearing a rose embellished headpiece

Oil on Canvas

Later Inscribed verso

In a Carved Giltwood Frame

30″ x 26.25″ (76.2 x 66.7cm)

SOLD FOR £4,000

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)


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)

sOLD FOR £1,600

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


Jean Jacques Henner (1829-1905) French

Naked Figures on a Terrace

Oil on Board


9” x 15.5” (22.8 x 39.3cm)

sOLD FOR £7,500

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


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)

sOLD FOR £480

Peter Blake (1932- )

“Bentley (2016)”

Screenprint, Signed and Numbered 9/150 in Pencil

12.25” x 9.5” (31.2 x 24.2cm)

Sold for £600

19th Century English School

A Carved Giltwood and Painted Frame

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

sOLD FOR £600

8th July sale

18th Century Dutch School 

Adoration of the Magi 

Oil and Mother of Pearl on Panel

23.5″ x 31″ (59.7 x 78.8)

Sold for £17000

Pavel Fedorovich Tchelitchew (1898-1957) Russian/American

Anatomical Head

Ink and Wash

Signed, Numbered 29 and Dated ’48

19.5” x 14.5” (49.5 x 36.8cm)

Provenance: M.Knoedler & Co. Inc, New York

Sold for £3000


Gustave Emile Couder (1845-1903)

A Still Life with a Profusion of Flowers on a Stone Ledge on a Terrace

Oil on Canvas

Signed and Dated 1874

60” x 45” (152.5 x 114.3cm)

Sold for £6500

Benjamin Williams Leader (1831-1923)

A Fine Summer’s Day near Whittington, Worcestershire

Oil on Board

Signed and Dated 1863

14” x 18” (35.5 x 45.7cm)

Sold for £1900

Antonio de Simone (1851-c.1915)

Sy Valhalla, Steam and Sail in Choppy Waters


Signed, Inscribed and Dated 1911

17.25” x 25.25” (43.7 x 64.2cm)

Sold for £650

Sandra Blow (1925-2006)

Transparency, 2004

Silkscreen with Collaged Hessian

Signed, Numbered 75/130 in Pencil

20” x 20.75” (50.8 x 52.8cm)

Sold for £500

Marie (Mizzie) Wunsch (1862-1898)

Bust Portrait of an Auburn Haired Girl

Oil on Canvas


12.25” x 10.25” (31.2 x 26cm)

Sold for £2200

Elisabeth Frink (1930-1993)

The Grey Rider


Unframed, 23” x 31” (58.4 x 78.7cm)

Sold for £300

Malcolm Horton (born 1949)

The Penguin Parade, Summerland Beach, Phillip Island, Australia

Oil on Canvas

Signed and Dated 1992

36” x 48” (91.5 x 122cm)

Provenance: Christie’s London ‘Wildlife Art’, July 1995

Sold for £750

Duncan Grant (1885-1978) British

Standing Woman


Signed and Numbered 114/350 in Pencil

Unframed, 29.25” x 16.5” (72.4 x 52cm)

Sold for £280

10th JUne sale

16th Century Umbrian School


Oil on Panel, in a Temple Frame

17” x 25.75” (43 x 65.5cm)

SOLD for £3,400

John Lowrie Morrison ‘Jolomo’ (b 1948)

Study of a Cottage, with a Coastal Scene beyond

Oil on Board, Signed and Dated 2000, and Signed and Dated 2000, also Numbered ‘5792000’ verso

12” x 12” (30.5 x 30.5cm)

Sold for £1,400

William Turner of Oxford (1789-1862)

Before Sunrise, Loch Torridon

Watercolour, Signed, and Inscribed and Dated 1856 verso

17.5” x 35” (44.5 x 89cm)

Sold for £10,000

Samuel John Lamorna Birch (1869-1955)

Clear Deep Pools of Spean, Inverness-shire

Oil on Canvas, Signed and Dated 1939, and Inscribed on a plaque

20” x 25.25” (50.8 x 64.2cm)

Exhibited: Royal Academy, 1940

Sold for £3,200

Helen Allingham (1848-1926)

A Country Cottage

Watercolour, Signed

12” x 9.75” (30.5 x 24.7cm)

Sold for £7,000

Manner of Alessandro di Cristofano Allori (1535-1607)

A Nun at her Devotion

Oil on Canvas

Unframed 49.5” x 39” (125.7 x 99cm)

Sold for £2,800

Alfred Charles Stanley Anderson (1884-1966)


Line Engraving, Signed and Inscribed ‘Ed=60’ in Pencil

Mounted, Unframed 7.25” x 6.5” (18.5 x 16.5cm)

Sold for £650

Timothy Easton (b 1943)

“Towards the Gateway, Bedfield Hall”

Oil on Canvas, Signed and Dated 1995, and Signed, Inscribed and Dated verso

12” x 10.25” (30.5 x 25.7cm)

Provenance: The Bourne Gallery, 1997

Sold for £300

Eric Gill (1882-1940)


Woodcut, Signed with Monogram (under the mount), and Inscribed verso

7.5” x 4.5” (19 x 11.3cm)

Sold for £170

Peter G Power (b 1939)

USS Constitution Captures HMS Guerriere, August 1812

Oil on Canvas, Signed and Dated 1982

23.75” x 36” (60.3 x 91.5cm)

Sold for £320

13th May sale

John Speed (1552-1629)

The Kingdome of Great Britain

Sold for £1,000

Alexandre Jean Couder (1808-1879)

Still Life of Flowers

Oil on Canvas


22” x 18” (55.8 x 45.7cm)

Sold for £400

Rene Charles Edmond His (1877-1960)

Reflets du Paysage

Oil on Canvas

Signed, and Inscribed on a label verso

20” x 26” (50.8 x 66cm)

Sold for £2,800

Harold Knight (1874-1961)

The Lady

Oil on Canvas

Signed, and Inscribed on the plaque

30” x 25” (76.2 x 63.5cm)

Sold for £8,000

Kyffin Williams (1918-2006)

A Cattle Herder in Patagonia

Ink and Wash

Signed with Initials

6.5” x 9.5” (16.5 x 24.2cm)

Sold for £3,200

Wilfred Gabriel de Glehn (1870-1951)

Portrait of a Young Girl

Oil on Canvas


28.5″ x 22.5″ (72 x 57cm)

Sold for 7,600

A selection of over 200 frames of all sizes from various periods

100% of frames sold

Prices from £40 to £11,000

Pierre de Clausade (1910-1976)

San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice

Oil on Canvas

Signed, in an elegant gilt and painted frame

15” x 18” (38 x 45.7cm)

Sold for £2,800

Kyffin Williams (1918-2006)

Capel Soar

Oil on Canvas

Signed with Initials and Inscribed verso

20″ x 44″ (50.8 x 111.7cm)

Sold for £32,000

Circle of Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640)

Study of a Man on a Rearing Horse

Oil on Panel

13.75″ x 9.75″ (35 x 24.7cm)

Sold for £58,000

15th April sale

Eugene Delacroix (1798-1863)

A Sketch of a Rocky Landscape with a Figure


Indistinctly Inscribed and Dated ’21 Aout 1843’, with Artist’s Stamp

Unframed, 8.75” x 11” (22.2 x 28cm)

Sold for £11,000

Attributed to George Chinnery (1774-1852)

A Half Length Portrait of an Indian Army Officer seated in an Interior

Oil on Canvas

Unframed, 35.75” x 28.75” (90.8 x 70.5cm)

Sold for £1,500

Robin Tanner (1904-1988)

“Wren and Primroses”


Signed in Pencil

3.5” x 4.35” (9.5 x 11cm)

Sold for £700

Simeon Stafford (1956- )

“St Michael’s Mount”

Oil on Canvas

Signed, and Signed and Indistinctly Inscribed on reverse

Unframed, 31.5” x 31.5” (80 x 80cm)

Sold for £1,100

After Charles Martin (1562-1646)

Maria de Medes France Regina (Marie de Medici, Queen of France)

Oil on Canvas


29.25” x 23” (74.3 x 58.5cm)

sOLD FOR £5,600

Christopher E Barrow (b.1974)

In the Pub

Oil on Board

Signed with Initials, and Signed and Inscribed on reverse

20” x 28” (50.8 x 71.2cm)

Sold for £380

Charles Sillem Lidderdale (1831-1895) 


Oil on Canvas

Signed with monogram and Dated ’79

26” x 16” (66 x 40.8cm)

Sold for £3,600

Alfred Pollentine (1836-1890)

A Scene on the Grand Canal, Venice

Oil on Canvas

Signed and Dated 1872

in a Fine Gilt Composition Frame, 24” x 42” (61 x 106.7cm)

Sold for £4,000

Archibald Thorburn (1860-1935)

A Grey Partridge


Signed and Dated 1904

6.75” x 8.75” (17.2 x 19.7cm)

Sold for £3,800

Bernard Ninnes (1899-1971)

“The Antique Shop, Saint Ives, Cornwall”

Oil on Canvas

Signed, and Inscribed and Dated ‘Aug 1931’ on a label on reverse

12” x 16” (30.5 x 40.8cm)

Sold for £280

18 & 19TH mARCH SALE

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Francois Bonvin (1817-1887) French

Le Serrurier (The Locksmith)

Black and Brown Chalk

Signed and dated 1858, and Inscribed on labels on reverse,

16.15″ x 12″ (41 x 30.5cm)

Sold for £32,000 – Estimate £3,000-£5,000

John Piper (1903-1992) British

Mendham (Suffolk)


Signed and Inscribed ‘Mendham 27 X 65’

14” x 21” (35.5 x 53.3cm)

Sold for £6,500 – Estimate £2,000-£3,000

Dorothy Nesbitt (1895-1971) British


Oil on Canvas laid down

Inscribed on a label on the reverse

12.25” x 15.25” (31 x 38.7cm)

Sold for £2,200 – Estimate £300-£500

Paul Ayshford Methuen (1886-1974) British

Pays des Bastides, Dordogne 1954

Oil on board

Signed and Inscribed on reverse, and Inscribed on a label on reverse

18″ x 25″ (45.7 x 63.5cm)

Sold for £1,600 – Estimate £700-£1,000

17th Century English School

Portrait of Mrs Pemberton

Oil on canvas

Inscribed on a label on the reverse

24” x 20” (61 x 50.8cm)

Sold for £3,000 – Estimate £3,000-£4,000

Orlando Norie (1832-1901) British

The 15th Hussars


Signed, and Inscribed on the mount

12.5″ x 18″ (31.7 x 45.7cm)

Sold for £1,700 – Estimate £500-£700

Edward Julius Detmold (1883-1957) British

Cape Grass Finches


Signed with Initials, and Indistinctly Dated, and Inscribed on labels on reverse

13.5” x 7.35” (34.3 x 18.7cm)

Sold for £1,900 – Estimate £500-£700



Cupid’s arrow pierced the heart of several bidders who competed for this beautiful portrait of a Young Girl by Alexei Harlamoff, selling for £6,000 against an estimate of £2,000-£3,000.

Harlamoff was born into serfdom in Russia in 1840 but found fame and fortune in Paris painting portraits, where he became a prominent and influential member of the international art scene.



Lockdown nostalgia may have been responsible for driving prices higher than expected for this sunny view of Portofino which sold for £1,100…


… and who wouldn’t love to get outside and play tennis? A Tennis Match, Circle of John Lavery, oil on board, sold for £1,200

Country Life

Romantic dreams of escaping to the country may also have fuelled desire for this charming 19th century painting by Edmund Bristow (1787-1876), which sold well above estimate for £3,000.

John Stanton Ward (1917-2007)

The Redcurrants

Sold for £850


Sidney Richard Percy (1821-1886)

Landscape and Cornfield

Sold for £7,500

Sir Terry Frost (1915-2003)

Black, Red and White Circles

Sold for £900

Thursday 21st January

Sold for £1500


Going, going, all gone… 

All 314 lots of frames sold in this sale, most of them at prices way beyond their estimates. The highest was for this 19th century frame – a work of art in its own right – which made £1,500.

A new record auction price for a watercolour by Basil Ede

Nearly 60 bids were taken from phone bidders, absentee bidders and online bidders, with the hammer finally falling at £5,500 for this watercolour of a green woodpecker.  A companion piece sold for £3,400.

This stylish painting of Arab Greys by John Alexander Harrington Bird was purchased for £5,500

– on behalf of Shirley Watts, wife of Charlie Watts. Shirley has a successful Arab Stud in Devon.

Good breeding

This portrait of Caroline Lennox by Allan Ramsay sold for £9,000

A dramatic oil painting of  Schevinengen Harbour

by Cornelius Krieghoff  sold for £4,400 – an encouraging result as we will be offering one of his Canadian scenes, ‘The Pioneers’, for sale in our next auction on 18th February

George Large (1936- )


Sold for £800

Tom Greenshields (1915-1994)

Study of a Naked Young Lady leaning on her Elbows

Sold for £600

Arthur John Strutt (1819-1888)

The Falls of Tivoli

Sold for £3,400

Attributed to William Rothenstein (1872-1945)

Study of Alice and John Rothenstein

Sold for £900

Lawrence Gowing (1918-1991)

Lanes Above Tilton

Sold for £1,500


Walter Hugh Paton (1828-1895)


Sold for  £600

John Minton (1917-1957)

The Matador

Sold for  £1000

Oliver Clare (1853-1927)

Study of Primroses, Violets and Hellebores, and another

Sold for  £1100

Robert Wraith (1952-  )

Six O’Clock

Sold for  £600

Konstantin Razumov (1974-  )

Sunny Day at Sea

Sold for  £3000

Frank Brangwyn (1867-1956) and Yoshijiro Urushibara (1888-1953)

Bruges at Dawn

Sold for  £1400

Herbert Edward Butler (1861-1931)

Polperro, a Street Scene at Dusk

Sold for  £3600

Allen Tucker (1866-1939)

Sea and Rocks, View of Baker’s Island, Salem, Massachusetts

Sold for  £6000

William Anslow Thornley (1857-1935)

Sunrise at Margate

Sold for  £1,100

Attributed to Cornelius Johnson (1593-1661)

Bust Portrait of a Gentleman, originally thought to be Sir Walter Raleigh

Sold for  £7000

Thursday 26th November


Fred Cuming (1930-)

A Moonlit Coastal Scene

Sold for £1,100

18th Century Italian School

A Carved Giltwood Florentine Frame

Sold for £300

John Frederick Herring (1815-1907)

A River Landscape with Horses Watering

Sold for £4,600

19th Century English School

Study of a Bird with Nest Full of Eggs

Sold for £1,400

Henry Moore (1898-1986)

“Sketch for Proposed Interior at Frank Lloyd Wright Exhibition House’

Sold for £3,400

Philip Kelly (1950-)

“La Faena”

Sold for £1,900

Cyril Lavenstein (1891-1986)

“Tarring the Boat”

Sold for £750

THURSDAY 29th october 2020 

18th Century Chinese School

A Chinese Wallpaper Design

Sold for £550

After Rembrandt Van Rijn (1606-1669)

An Extensive Landscape with Haarlem in the distance

Sold for £8,000

William Thornley (1857-1935)

A Seascape with St Michael’s Mount and Figures Fishing in the Foreground

Sold for £2,400

Jose Escofet (1930- )

Still Life of Tulips

Sold for £1,400

Ernest Borough Johnson (1866-1896)

Portrait of John Herkomer

Sold for £3,200

Anthony Gormley (1950 – )

“Domain 2000”

Sold for £1,900

Nicolas Robert (1614-1685)

Scarlet Ibis (detail)

Sold for £19,000

Fred Cuming (1930-)

Studio Interior, Evening Light (Hythe)

Sold for £3,800

Fred Yates (1922-2008)


Sold for £1,000



Late 17th Century Italian School

The Madonna and Child, with Attendants

Sold for £3,600

Attributed to Alfred James Munnings (1878-1959) British

A Venetian Backwater, with Figures in Gondolas

Sold for £13,000

E Hausmann (20th Century) European

Portrait of a Lady in a Blue Hat

Sold for £750

Henry Scott Tuke (1858-1929) British

Carrick Roads Anchorage, Falmouth

Sold for £1,400

John Bratby (1928-1992) British

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 1966

Sold for £300

H… M… (19th Century) European

Fishermen Below a Rocky Promontory

Sold for £950

Algernon Cecil Newton (1880-1968) British

A Country Path

Sold for £10,000
Sold for £700

Sarah Jane Szikora (1971- ) British

Go Back to Bed Muriel

Sold for £700

Richard Ansdell (1815-1885) British

Early Morning Shower

Estimate £3,000 – £4,000

Sold for £3,000



Giacomo Guardi (1764-1835) Italian

A Scene on the Grand Canal, Venice

Sold for £3,600

Herbert William Weekes (act. 1856-1904) British

The Head of an English Mastiff

Sold for £1,300

William Gear (1915-1997) British

Sculpture in Landscape, 1952

Sold for £8,000

Konstantin Razumov (1974- ) Russian

On the Sea Shore

Sold for £4,000

18th Century English School

A Carved Giltwood Frame, with swept and pierced centres and corners, 50″ x 40″

Sold for £620
Sold for £1,800

Cecil Kennedy (1905-1997) British

White Roses in a Silver Urn, with the Reflection of the Artist

Sold for £1,800

Antonio Pedro Urbano Veiga de Macedo (1955- ) Portuguese

A Grecian beauty at a Water Fountain

Sold for £1,500

Louis Bosworth Hurt (1856-1929) British

Moorland at Clachaig, Glencoe, a Highland Scene with Cattle

Sold for £5,000

Philip Eustace Stretton (1865-1919) British

A Picardy Orchard, with a Young Girl and Sheep under a Blossom Tree

Sold for £950