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We specialise in 19th Century British art but have a range of art for sale including oils, drawings, original prints and much more

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10 April 2014

New this Week: 225 Pictures We present two highly regarded mid-20th century artists for you this week: exceptional Scottish draughtsman Sidney Horne Shepherd and stylish graphic artist and illustrator Patricia Marion Fogarty. Amongst other additions are watercolours of Florence and Venice, mezzotints by Richard Houston, J. McArdell and Charles Spooner, plus wonderful engravings by H. Guttenberg and Arthur Pond.

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  • C.L. Robertson

    In the British Royal Navy, his drawings include scenes on board the HMS Euphrates and HMS Malabar (launched 1866). His graphite drawings are beautifully observed, especially his harbour scenes and more detailed landscapes.

  • 19th Century Sketchbook - Monogrammed JCH

    From a 19th-century sketchbook of outstanding watercolours.

  • Keith Burtonshaw

    A highly competent self-taught artist, influenced by Constable, Gainsborough and Reynolds. He was a member of the British Watercolour Society, the London Sketch Club, the United Society of Artists, the National Society of Painters, and Bromley Art Society.

  • Joan Lewis

    An experimental printmaker, she used the medium of print to explore the anatomy of the human body, as well as mental, emotional and relationship themes

  • Arthur Burkhart Fine Art Publisher

    A collection of oil paintings produced for Arthur Burkhart, Fine Art Publisher between 1915 and 1930. These original paintings were reproduced in various publications, on greeting cards, and in art prints.

  • 1886 Album for my darling Auntie Carrie

    From an excellent album of charming anecdotal and character studies very much of their time. The album was inscribed 'For my darling Auntie Carrie' and dated '1886'

  • Sir John Warre Slade

    Rear-admiral Sir Edmond John Warre Slade was a talented watercolourist, Rear-Admiral in the Navy and later became Director of Naval Intelligence

  • Benjamin Fawcett

    (1808-1893) was one of the finest of English nineteenth century woodblock colour printers. His work had a profound effect on British ornithology.

  • Herbet Cole

    A draughtsman, illustrator, engraver and designer of bookplates. Strongly influenced by the Pre-Raphaelites he illustrated volumes of poetry, literature and children’s books around the 1890s-1920s

  • Jean M. Blair

    Studied at Southern College of Art, our collection dates from between 1947 and 1985. Blair specialised in English landscapes in watercolour and pastel, in particular views around Surrey and Hampshire.

  • From the Collection of Lady Lewis

    From a sketchbook from the family of Lady Maria Theresa Lewis (1803-1865), a lady of literary tastes who was married to novelist Thomas Henry Lister.

  • John Leech

    A fluent and incisive draughtsman who had great success as a cartoonist for Punch and as a literary illustrator including for Charles Dickens

  • A. Talbot Smith

    A. Talbot Smith was an illustrator for Punch magazine and The Humorist in the 1930s. He was as talented an artist as he was a humorist.

  • Alice M.A. Baumgartner

    Dating from 1870s-1890s she belonged to a small group of artists who shared comments and criticisms of each other’s work. Includes watercolours, pen and ink, and graphite drawings of English scenes.

  • Julian Dyson

    A Cornish self-taught painter, a member of the Newlyn Society of Artists and was elected president of The Group of Twelve at its formation in 1996. Dyson's self-styled drawing/painting emphasises the quality of line.

  • Maroc (Robert S.E. Coram)

    A regular contributor to Punch, the Telegraph (and many others), Maroc was one of the best known satirical cartoonists during the war and post-war period.

  • Paul Sharp

    An artist first and designer second, with an outstanding ability to bring the two disciplines together. He was pioneering in the field of graphic design and came to prominence in the early 1960s when the profession emerged, combining the elements of typography, illustration and commercial art.

  • Elizabeth Painter

    Based in Minehead in Somerset, she mainly worked in pastel, depicting scenes around the Somerset countryside, and also many floral still lifes

  • Adrian Hill

    During WWI he was an official war artist and has many works in the Imperial War Museum collection. Exhibited at the Royal Academy, New English Art Club, Royal Society of British Artists, Paris Salon. In the 1950-60s he presented a BBC children’s television series called Sketch Club

  • Violet Hilda Drummond

    Studied at St Martin's School of Art then wrote and illustrated children’s books. She produced a series of cartoons for the BBC and was awarded the Kate Greenway Medal of Library Association

  • Elizabeth Petrie

    Elizabeth Petrie (exhibited 1880-1902) was a watercolour landscape painter, she was the brother of the better-known artist, poster designer and author, Graham Petrie.

  • Samuel Hieronymus Grimm

    18th century Swiss topographical artist known as a 'man of genius'. Grimm's speciality was recording historical events in the kind of detail that might otherwise have gone unreported.

  • Joseph Harold Swanwick

    Painter and watercolourist of genre scenes and landscapes, Swanwick was the greatest Sussex downland painter of his day. His works are now in public collections across the UK.

  • John Hippisley

    John Hippisley is a fine West Country name with a long history but nothing is known of this artist except that he worked around 1820. A sensational collection of 24 pieces in tempera, watercolour, gouache and charcoal.

  • I Burn Blyth

  • Frank Lewis Emanuel

    Studied at the Slade School of Fine Art then at the Academie Julian, Paris. From the early 1880's exhibited at the RA and Paris Salon, NEAC, ROI, RI and many other galleries. Exhibited at the Royal Academy nearly every year for over 40 years.The Tate Gallery holds his work

  • Frances Watt

    Commissioned by the Council of the Stock Exchange to record the daily life in the Square Mile. Featured in the Stock Exchange Journal, the Times newspaper and the Lord Mayor's Art Awards exhibition

  • From the Collection of Helen M. Fox

    Born around 1865 her family was landed gentry. Almost everything in the album is inscribed with the name of the donor of the item and it reads as a list of the area’s gentry circa 1880.

  • Millicent L. Woodforde

    Woodforde has works hanging in the National Portrait Gallery and Orleans House Gallery, London. Her quickly executed sketches reflect the ethos of these ateliers, which deviated from the strict academic rules of the École des Beaux-Arts.

  • Louis Haghe

    Arguably the finest lithographer of the nineteenth century. He formed the Day & Haghe (later Day & Son), which became the most famous early Victorian firm of lithographic printing in London. We have a selection of works from his most ambitious project

  • Philip Watts

  • Linda Crane

    A striking selection of works direct from the Linda Crane Studio Sale. Based in St Ives, her bold and colourful works include oils, pastels, graphite drawings, engravings and woodcuts.

  • Ted Drew

    A painter in watercolours from the South West of England. They are priced at only £13 each and for a limited time we are offering Buy 2 get 1 Free

  • Major F. A. Molony Royal Engineers

    A Major in the Royal Engineers, the National Army Museum hold his work which has been shown at an exhibition of officers at the R.B.A. Galleries.

  • Sydney Maiden

    A landscape and figurative painter in oil and watercolour. Born in India in 1893 he served as an officer in the East Kent Regiment in both wars. Exhibited in the 1930s at the Goupil Gallery, the New English Art Club and the Royal Academy

  • Pictures from the Egerton Estate

    Lord Francis Leveson-Gower (1800-1857, later 1st Earl of Ellesmere) was a British politician, writer, traveller and patron of the arts. He served as president of the Royal Geographical Society, the Royal Asiatic Society, and as a trustee of the National Gallery.

  • Childrens Illustrations

    A collection of original artwork from the 1960's through 1980's used in children's publications including Look & Learn, Treasure and Once upon a Time. Artist's include J. Chalkley, Reginald Davis, A. Oxenham, Gerry Wood and others

  • Gerald Anthony Coles

    Winner of the Slade School Painting Prize in 1954 and taught by the likes of Henry Moore. Using a variety of media and substrates, he expertly captures the human mood and form.

  • Victor Hume Moody RBSA

    Moody produced classical compositions and portraits with a strong interest in the techniques of painting used in the 17th century. An elected member of the RBSA he exhibited widely.

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