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AUCTION ENQUIRIES AND INFORMATION
Enquiries:
Harry Moore-Gwyn, Pictures and Prints
Arnaud Delas, Photographs
Kate Goad, Ge...
Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016
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Important Information for Buyers
All lots are offered subject to 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s Conditions of Business and to reserv...
Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016
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2.
DUTCH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY)
STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS IN AN URN
oil on canvas
82.5cm by 70cm; 32 1/2in by 27 1/2in
£800-1200
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5.
ATTRIBUTED TO SIR GEORGE HAYTER (1792-1871)
A PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM ALEXANDER MACKINNON, 33RD CLAN CHIEF
oil on canvas
12...
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6.
JAN MORGHEN (FL. MID 19TH CENTURY)
WINTER LANDSCAPE
signed l.l.: J. Morghen, oil on canvas
48cm by 69.5cm; 19in by 27in...
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10.
ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM LEIGHTON LEITCH
(1804-1883)
COASTAL SCENE WITH FIGURES
signed and dated l.l.: W.L. Leitch/1873,
...
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19.
FANNY HOOD (FL. C. MID 19TH Century)
DUNSTER CASTLE
bears label on backboard (Dunster Castle by Fanny
Hood, 1842 ?); w...
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26.
JOSHUA WALLIS (1789-1862)
CASTLE BY A ROCKY GORGE
varnished watercolour
23.5cm by 36cm; 9 1/4in by 14 1/4in
£150-200
2...
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36.
FREDERICK NAPOLEAN SHEPHERD (1819-1878)
POPE’S HOUSE, LOMBARD STREET
signed l.r.: Fred Shepherd, watercolour
24cm by 1...
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45.
GEORGE CATTERMOLE, O.W.S. (1800-1868)
MONKS READING IN A MEDIEVAL INTERIOR
watercolour, in an exceptional antique carv...
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51.
HENRI-JOSEPH HARPIGNIES (1819-1916)
SUNSET BY A WOODED RIVER BANK
signed and dated l.l.: H Harpignies 1911, oil on boa...
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56.
JAMES HAYLLAR R.B.A (1851-1893)
A SUNNY AFTERNOON
signed l.r.: J.HAYLLAR, oil on canvas
41cm by 51cm; 16 1/4in by 20in...
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68.
J.P MC L. WATTERS (1851-1943)
LANDSCAPE NEAR THE SOUTH COAST
signed l.l.: J.P. Mc L WATTERS, oil on canvas laid
to boa...
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78.
HEMA JOSHI (B.1934)
ABSTRACT
oil on canvas
61cm by 84cm; 24in by 33in
...some may say Joshi’s oils and semi-abstract
w...
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89.
•PETER NUTTALL (1943-2011)
OYSTERS
mixed media
63cm by 49.5cm; 24 1/2in by 19 1/2in
£80-120
90.
EDWARD HARTLEY MOONEY ...
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97.
HENRY TONKS (1862-1937)
A FOLIO OF DRAWINGS AND LETTERS
including a sheet of studies with a man reading,
figures ice s...
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106.
•CHARLOTTE HALLIDAY R.W.S. (B. 1935)
GLOUCESTER TERRACE, BAYSWATER
signed and dated l.l.: Charlotte Halliday, pen and...
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116.
•STANLEY ANDERSON, R.A. (1884-1966)
THREE UNFRAMED DRAWINGS
including Study of trees at Scotsgrove, Studies
of Bob lo...
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128.
EDWARD STOTT, A.R.A. (1859-1918)
A PAIR OF DRAWINGS
Including studies of a young child and a mother
and child; one pe...
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137.
PHILIP BURGOYNE HUDSON (1887-1952)
PETIT TRIANON VERSAILLES
signed and dated l.l.: Phillip B. Hudson Del 1946,
waterc...
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144.
•JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011)
UNEARTHED STILL LIFE
oil on board
27cm by 31.5cm; 10 2/3in by 12 1/3in
£200-300
145.
•JONAS...
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155.
•JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011)
SIX UNFRAMED DRAWINGS
oil on paper
various sizes
(6)
£100-150
156.
•PERCY DRAKE BROOKSHAW (...
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167.
A LARGE FOLIO OF BRITISH PRINTS
including a collection of etchings by Hugh Stanley
White (1904-1984) (approx.21) subj...
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174.
•AFTER STANLEY SPENCER, R.A. (1891-1959)
JULY
for the Chatto and Windus almanac, 1927,
reproduction print
9cm by 13cm...
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184.
CHINA
THE GREAT WALL
one photograph albumen print, circa 1865
21cm x 27cm
£200-300
185.
JAPAN
ALBUM VIEWS OF JAPAN
ov...
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194.
CANADA
group of fourteen photographs: Montreal, Sunday
Camp, Lake Timagaming, Ontario showing views
of lakes and moun...
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202.
GLASS NEGATIVES
two boxes, each with twelve glass negatives,
England, c.1900
8cm by 10.5cm
(24)
£50-80
203.
•BRASSAI ...
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208.
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003)
DRABINA (LADDER)
signature, photographer stamp and label on verso,
silver print, c. 1955
...
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220.
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003)
PARYZ NA ZAPLECZU (PARIS IN THE
BACKSTAGE)
signed l.r., signature, title and photographer...
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232.
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003)
KRAJOBRAZ (LANDSCAPE)
signed l.r., inscription, photographer stamps and
label on verso, s...
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244.
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003)
MIESZKANIE (APARTMENT)
signed l.l., photographer stamp and label on verso,
silverprint, 1...
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256.
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003)
KAZIMIERZ NAD WISLA (KAZIMIERZ ON THE
VISTULA RIVER)
signed l.r., inscription and photogr...
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268.
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003)
STARA ULICZKA W BRUKSELY (OLD STREET IN
BRUSSELS)
signed with initials l.r., signature in...
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280.
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003)
RAMY (FRAMES)
photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late
1970
28cm by 37.5cm
£100-30...
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289.
•EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003)
DESKI (BOARDS)
signed with initials, signature, photographer stamp
and label on verso, si...
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MARITIME & SCIENTIFIC MODELS
Auction: 10 May 2016
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Jonas Plosky, Walter Sickert, Oliver Messel, James Lawrence Isherwood, Charles Cundall, Edward Ardizzone, Henri Hayden, James Jacques Joseph Tissot, Henri-Joseph Harpignies, Sir Stanley Spencer, Henry Tonks, James Gillray and a collection of works associated with the Mackinnon Clan as well as over 80 lots by the Polish photographer Edward Hartwig, a group of albums of Uganda, Japan and European views and loose photographs of India.

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25 Blyth Road - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & PHOTOGRAPHS 17 March 2016

  1. 1. AUCTION ENQUIRIES AND INFORMATION Enquiries: Harry Moore-Gwyn, Pictures and Prints Arnaud Delas, Photographs Kate Goad, General Enquiries 25 Blythe Road Ltd 25 Blythe Road London W14 0PD Tel: +44 (0)20 7806 5541 Fex: +44 (0)20 7806 5546 Email: enquiries@25blytheroad.com Online Catalogue listed: www.25BlytheRoad.com www.the-saleroom.com Live internet bidding available through: www.the-saleroom.com Front cover: Lot 5 opposite page Lot 9 Back cover: Lot 189
  2. 2. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 25 Blythe Road Ltd Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS Arnaud Delas – PHOTOGRAPHS including works by; Jonas Plosky, Walter Sickert, Oliver Messel, James Lawrence Isherwood, Charles Cundall, Edward Ardizzone, Henri Hayden, James Jacques Joseph Tissot, Henri-Joseph Harpignies, Sir Stanley Spencer, Henry Tonks, James Gillray and a collection of works associated with the Mackinnon Clan as well as over 80 lots by the Polish photographer Edward Hartwig, a group of albums of Uganda, Japan and European views and loose photographs of India. TO BE SOLD BY AUCTION AT 25 Blythe Road Ltd 25 Blythe Road London W14 0PD PUBLIC EXHIBITION Sunday 13th March 12.00noon to 4.00pm Monday 14th March 10.00am to 5.00pm Tuesday 15th March 10.00am to 8.00pm Wednesday 16th March 10.00am to 5.00pm Thursday 17th March 10.00am to 12.00noon (Limited View Only) DAY OF SALE Thursday 17th March 2016 at 12noon, precisely This auction is conducted by 25 Blythe Road Ltd in accordance with our Conditions of Business printed in this catalogue
  3. 3. Important Information for Buyers All lots are offered subject to 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s Conditions of Business and to reserves. The Conditions of Business for Buyers are also published in this catalogue. Estimates are published as a guide only and are subject to review. The actual hammer price of a lot may well be higher or lower than the range of figures given and there are no fixed “starting prices”. A Buyer’s Premium of 20% is applicable to all lots in this sale. The Buyer’s Premium is subject to VAT at the standard rate (currently 20%). Unless otherwise indicated, lots are offered for sale under the auctioneer’s margin scheme and VAT on the Buyer’s Premium is payable by all buyers. A webcast fee of 3% + plus VAT is payable on the hammer price for items bought online. Lots marked with the symbol ‡ have been imported from outside the European Union (EU) to be sold at auction under Temporary Import Rules. When released to buyers within the EU, including the UK, the buyer will become the importer and must pay VAT at the rate of 5% on the hammer price and 20% on the Buyer’s Premium. Buyers outside the EU will normally be eligible to obtain a refund in respect of temporary import VAT, upon satisfactory documentary evidence of exportation. Further information on this matter is available on request. Artist Resale Right On certain Lots marked ‘•’ in the Catalogue that are sold for a Hammer Price of €1,000 or greater (converted into GBP using the European Central Bank Reference rate prevailing on the Auction End date) an additional premium will be payable by the Buyer to cover the payment of royalties under the Artist Resale Right Regulations 2006. The additional premium will be a percentage of the amount of the hammer price calculated in accordance with the table below, and shall not exceed the equivalent of €12,500. Hammer Price Percentage Amount From €0 to €50,000 4% From €50,000.01 to €200,000 3% From €200,000.01 to €350,000 1% From €350,000.01 to €500,000 0.5% Exceeding €500,000 0.25% 25 Blythe Road Ltd will be pleased to execute bids on behalf of those clients unable to attend the sale in person, subject to our Conditions of Business. All bids must be submitted in writing in good time and lots will always be purchased as cheaply as possible (depending on any other bids received, reserves and competition). This service is offered free of charge. 25 Blythe Road Ltd can supply quotations for shipping of purchases, including transit insurance and VAT refund administration fees, and will assist in the application for any export licences which may be required. Buyers are reminded that it is their responsibility to comply with UK export regulations and with any local import requirements. Payment Payment is due in sterling at the conclusion of the sale and before purchases can be released. Please note that we require seven days to clear sterling cheques unless special arrangements have been made in advance of the sale. We are pleased to accept major credit cards (regrettably we are unable to accept American Express), for which a surcharge will be made of 3% of the transaction total. There is no charge for payments made by a UK debit card; however non-UK debit cards will attract a 3% charge. Cash and Credit card payments, made on the premises, above £6,000 will not be accepted without prior arrangement and remote card payments can only be made up to the value of £2,000. Electronic transfers may be sent directly to our Bank. Storage On receipt of cleared funds, lots can be collected from 25 Blythe Road during the auction or immediately after its completion. Thereafter, all purchased lots will be stored at 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s premises. Please note that collection is BY APPOINTMENT on +44 (0) 207 602 4805. All lots should be cleared within two months of the auction date, after which they will be transferred to a third party for storage. A transfer fee of £10 per lot plus all incurred transfer and storage costs due to the third party will be payable prior to release.
  4. 4. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 1. CIRCLE OF ARTHUR WILLIAM DEVIS (1766-1822) FULL LENGTH PORTRAIT OF AN ARMY OFFICER oil on canvas in a period hand carved guilt frame 77cm by 63cm; 30 1/2in by 24 3/4in £2000-3000
  5. 5. 2. DUTCH SCHOOL (18TH CENTURY) STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS IN AN URN oil on canvas 82.5cm by 70cm; 32 1/2in by 27 1/2in £800-1200
  6. 6. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 3. L.M.C. IRELAND (19TH/20TH CENTURY) STILL LIFE OF FLOWERS signed l.r.: L.M.C. Ireland, oil on canvas 60cm by 50cm; 23 2/3in by 19 2/3in £400-600 4. ENGLISH SCHOOL (19TH CENTURY) A PORTRAIT OF JOHN PERYAM (BORN 1540), MERCHANT AND ALDERMAN OF EXETER oil on canvas 73cm by 61cm; 28 3/4in by 24in £300-500
  7. 7. 5. ATTRIBUTED TO SIR GEORGE HAYTER (1792-1871) A PORTRAIT OF WILLIAM ALEXANDER MACKINNON, 33RD CLAN CHIEF oil on canvas 124cm by 91cm; 48 3/4in by 35 3/4in William Alexander Mackinnon succeeded to the family estates as 33rd chief of the Clan Mackinnon on the death of his grandfather in 1809. The following year Walter Scott wrote: ‘Mackinnon of Mackinnon, a young gentleman born and bred in England but nevertheless a Highland chief ... who now visits the Highlands for the first time, is anxious to buy back some of the family property which was sold long since’. In 1812 he married Mary the daughter of Joseph Budworth Palmer who was also heir to her father’s fortune. Mackinnon entered Parliament as Member of Parliament for Dunwich in 1816 although in his first Parliament he made no reported speeches and was left without a seat in 1820. He was returned as Member of Parliament for Lymington in 1831 where he served until the early 1850s. He was later returned as Member of Parliament for Rye from 1853 until 1865. £6000-8000
  8. 8. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers
  9. 9. 6. JAN MORGHEN (FL. MID 19TH CENTURY) WINTER LANDSCAPE signed l.l.: J. Morghen, oil on canvas 48cm by 69.5cm; 19in by 27in £300-400 7. GIUSEPPE GOZZINI (FL. 1824-1870) A PAIR OF CAPRICCIO SEASCAPES, AFTER SALVATOR ROSA (1615-1673) one signed, inscribed and dated on stretcher, Gius e Gozzini Copio a Firenze 1845, oil on canvas 24cm by 46cm; 9 1/2in by 18 in (2) Copies of paintings by Salvator Rosa in the Palatini Gallery and Pitti Palace, Florence £600-800 8. GIUSEPPE GOZZINI (FL. 1824-1870) ROAD THROUGH A ROCKY LANDSCAPE signed and dated l.l.: G. Gozzini 1844, oil on canvas 30cm by 23cm; 12in by 9in £300-500
  10. 10. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 9. RICHARD BANKES HARRADEN (1778-1862) THE GREAT COURT, TRINITY COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, AND THE WREN LIBRARY, TRINITY COLLEGE CAMBRIDGE (a pair) one signed, inscribed and dated (reverse of canvas) R.B. Harraden pinxt 1819 Cambridge/The Great Court, Trinity College Cambridge: one signed, inscribed and dated (reverse of canvas) R.B. Harraden pinxt 1819/ Trinity College Cambridge Library & Bridge 1819 each oil on canvas 37cm by 55cm; 14.5in by 21.5in (2) £1500-2000
  11. 11. 10. ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM LEIGHTON LEITCH (1804-1883) COASTAL SCENE WITH FIGURES signed and dated l.l.: W.L. Leitch/1873, watercolour, together with another watercolour by the same hand and two watercolours by John Varley Jr. (1850-1933), one signed and dated l.l.: John Varley/90 various sizes (4) £100-150 11. CIRCLE OF PAUL SANDBY, R.A. (1731-1809) AT AN INN watercolour, together with John Absolon (1815- 1895), Study of a Well, watercolour over traces of pencil, and another watercolour by H.B. Richardson various sizes (3) £60-80 12. ATTRIBUTED TO ANTHONY VANDYKE COPLEY FIELDING (1787-1855) LANDSCAPE WITH FIGURES IN THE FOREGROUND bears signature l.l.: Copley Fielding; watercolour, together with another watercolour attributed to the same hand, another watercolour attributed to William Havell (1782-1857), Ruins of an Abbey, and two further watercolours by different hands various sizes (5) £150-200 13. •ARTHUR WARDLE, R.I., R.B.A., (1864-1949) STUDIES OF A PANTHER together with study of a lion’s paw (19cm by 28 cm), by the same artist, coloured chalks 32.5cm by 21.5cm; 12 3/4in by 8 1/2in £200-300
  12. 12. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 14. •HILDA MAY GORDON (1874-1972) TIBET signed l.r.: H.M. Gordon, watercolour and gouache 26.5cm by 18cm; 10 1/4in by 7 1/4in £300-500 15. GEORGE ARTHUR FRIPP, R.W.S. (1813 - 1896) THE CHURCH PORCH watercolour 25cm by 32cm; 9 3/4in by 12 1/2in Fripp exhibited a watercolour titled The Church Porch at the Royal Watercolour Society in 1872. £120-180 16. THOMAS SEWELL ROBINS, N.W.S. (1810-1880) STUDY OF A FISHERWOMAN signed with initals and dated l.r.:TSR 50, watercolour 31cm by 18.5cm;12 1/4in by 7 1/4in £150-200 17. •CIRCLE OF JOHN CYRIL HARRISON (1898-1985) DUCKS IN FLIGHT inscribed l.l.: J.C. Harrison, watercolour 27cm by 38cm; 10 2/3in by 15in £80-100
  13. 13. 19. FANNY HOOD (FL. C. MID 19TH Century) DUNSTER CASTLE bears label on backboard (Dunster Castle by Fanny Hood, 1842 ?); watercolour 31cm by 48cm; 12 1/4in by 19in £80-120 20. THE HOOD FAMILY (19TH CENTURY) A PAIR OF CANADIAN VIEWS including Occasional Bay, Labrador and Entrance to St John Newfoundland, inscribed with titles on mount, watercolour various sizes, unframed (2) £100-150 18. WILLIAM DERBY (1786 - 1847) A PORTRAIT OF ARTHUR WILLIAM ACLAND HOOD signed and dates l.r.: W Derby/May 1840, watercolour 42.5cm by 91cm; 48 3/4in by 35 3/4in The sitter is Admiral Arthur William Acland Hood, 1st Baron Hood of Avalon (1824-1901). The grandson of Captain Alexander Hood (1758-98), Arthur Hood joined the Royal Navy in 1836 at the young age of 12. He gained significant experience and in November 1854 he was appointed as Commander of the brig HMS Acorn. In 1854- 55, Arthur Hood took part in the Crimean War fighting with the Naval Brigade. By May 1856 he and his vessel were in China under Rear-Admiral Sir Michael Seymour (1802-1887), commander-in-chief of the East Indies and China Station. In June 1857 HMS Acorn contributed to the destruction of the fleet of Chinese junks in the Battle of Fatshan Creek and later in the attack on Canton. In 1885 he became First Sea Lord, but left the Admiralty when he reached the age of 65 in 1889. This particularly attractive watercolour by the English portraitist and miniature painter William Derby shows Hood in his early days as a young naval officer. £300-500 21. THE HOOD FAMILY (19TH CENTURY) A FOLIO OF LANDSCAPE WATERCOLOURS including views of the Alps, Capri, South Coast, Lowestoft, and Navirino Bay, some copies of other artists including after Callow and Robertson, watercolour various sizes (29) £300-500
  14. 14. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 22. WILLIAM SKEOCH CUMMING (1864-1929) PORTRAIT OF THE MACKINNON CHILDREN signed and dated l.l.: W.S. Cumming/1899, watercolour with bodycolour 61cm by 53cm; 24in by 20 3/4in Provenance Given to Emily Jane Mackinnon (Hon. Mrs Mackinnon) by her mother The Lady Hood of Avalon £400-600 23. SIR JOHN GILBERT, R.A., P.R.W.S. (1817-1897) A SCENE FROM THE TEMPEST watercolour 15cm by 20cm; 6in by 7 3/4in £150-200 24. SOLOMON J. SOLOMON, R.A. (1860-1927) A YOUNG GIRL BY A HORSE AND CART pencil 12cm by 17cm; 4 3/4in by 6 2/3in £200-300 25. JAMES BURRELL SMITH (1822-1897) THE KNOCKIE BRIDGE LOOKING EASTWARDS, GLEN TANA signed and dated l.l.: J. Burrell Smith/1884, watercolour 12cm by 16.5cm; 4 3/4in by 6 1/2in Provenance With Agnew and Sons £200-300
  15. 15. 26. JOSHUA WALLIS (1789-1862) CASTLE BY A ROCKY GORGE varnished watercolour 23.5cm by 36cm; 9 1/4in by 14 1/4in £150-200 27. A GROUP OF DRAWINGS AND PRINTS including a pair of 19th century continental shipping scenes in grey wash, two English school naval scenes, a reproduction after Bakhuizen and John J. Egan’s Major General Sir Denis Pack Monument at St Canice’s Cathedral in Kilkenny, signed and dated l.l.: J.J. Egan/1841, various media various sizes (8) £100-150 28. WILLIAM WELLS QUATREMAIN (1857-1930) FIGURES BOATING ON THE RIVER AT BRADFORD UPON AVON signed l.l.: W.W. Quatremain, sepia wash over touches of pencil 10.5cm by 25cm; 4 1/4in by 9 3/4in £100-150 29. ERNEST CROFTS, A.R.A. (1847-1911) AGINCOURT signed and dated l.l.: E. Crofts /77, wash over pencil and ink heightened with white 20cm by 26cm; 7 3/4in by 10 1/4in £100-150 30. COLONIAL SCHOOL mid 19th Century THE HUNT watercolour with bodycolour 22cm by 30.5cm; 8 2/3in by 12in £80-120 31. WILLIAM WELLS QUATREMAIN (1857-1930) HENLEY STREET, STRATFORD-UPON-AVON signed and dated l.l.: W.W. Quatremain/24 22.5cm by 36cm; 8 3/4in by 14 1/4in £100-150
  16. 16. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 32. EMILE ROTURIER (19TH CENTURY) SAILOR SORTING NETS, 1872 signed and dated l.l.: Emile Roturier/Dec 3 1872, charcoal and crayon 68cm by 48.5cm; 26 3/4in by 19in £250-350 33. RICHARD HENRY NIBBS (1816-1893) TWO LONDON VIEWS including Scene on the Thames and Greenhithe Pier the first signed and dated l.r.: J.H. Nibbs/86, the second signed l.r.: J.H. Nibbs and inscribed and dated l.r.: Greenhithe Pier, April 1841; the first watercolour with bodycolour, the second pen and sepia ink 50.5cm by 29cm; 20in by 11 1/2in 21cm by 27cm; 8 1/3in by 10 2/3in £150-250 34. WILLIAM LINNELL (1826-1906) A LARGE FOLIO OF DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLOURS including studies of trees, landscapes, figure studies; watercolour with bodycolour and pencil, one oil on paper various sizes (approx. 31) Provenance Linnell family; Sotheby’s 12 October 1993, Lot 1658 £200-300 35. ATTRIBUTED TO HENRY TYRRELL (FL. C. 1850) A FOLIO OF DRAWINGS OF THE DUKE OF WELLINGTON’S FUNERAL variously inscribed; one in sepia wash over pencil, two in pencil various sizes (3) £300-400
  17. 17. 36. FREDERICK NAPOLEAN SHEPHERD (1819-1878) POPE’S HOUSE, LOMBARD STREET signed l.r.: Fred Shepherd, watercolour 24cm by 17.5cm; 9 1/2in by 7in £150-250 37. ALONZO MYRON KIMBALL (1874-1923) PORTRAIT OF A WOMAN SLEEPING pastel 30cm by 26cm; 12in by 10in £500-700 38. G.H. BRENNAN (FL. EARLY 20TH CENTURY) A COLLECTION OF DRAWINGS AND PRINTS OF MILITARY SUBJECTS including portraits of soldiers from The 55th Coxe’s Rifles, The 57th Wilde’s Rifles, The 58th Vaughans Rifles, The 108th Infantry, The 16th Lancers, The Black Watch; eight in watercolour and gouache, together with eight prints after Brennan various sizes (16) £100-200 39. ALFRED GOMERSAL VICKERS (1810-1837) THE CONVENT OF THE ASCENSION AND THE HOLY GATE, MOSCOW inscribed Moscow and inscribed Convent of the Ascension Holy Gate (verso) pencil 25cm by 39.5cm; 10in by 15.5in Provenance Albany Gallery Vickers was the pupil of his father Alfred Vickers, and was influenced by Bonington and Francia. He exhibited from 1827, and in 1833 was sent to Russia by Charles Heath to make drawings for his Annuals. £300-600
  18. 18. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 40. C. C. CLARKE (FL. EARLY 19TH CENTURY) A JANISSARY signed and dated l.r: C.C. Clarke/1835 and inscribed A Janissary, watercolour 26.5cm by 20.5cm; 10 1/2in by 8in £250-400 41. ROBERT LITTLE, R.W.S., R.S.W. (1854-1944) SCOTCH FURS signed l.r: R. Little/1886, watercolour 46.5cm by 32cm; 18 1/4in by 12 1/2in £200-400 42. CONSTANCE FREDERICA GORDON-CUMMING (1837-1924) IN SUNGRI FOREST, NEAR SIMLA signed and dated l.r.: C.F. Gordon Cumming/ June 9th and inscribed One of the big Cedars (Diodars) at Poinda(?) in Sungri Forest near Nachar Himmalaya, watercolour 39cm by 61cm; 15 2/4in by 24in £500-800 43. ENGLISH SCHOOL (EARLY 20TH CENTURY) MASTED SHIP signed indistinctly with monogram, watercolour 33cm by 26cm; 13in by 10 1/4in £80-120 44. CECIL ARTHUR HUNT, R.W.S., R.B.A. (1873-1965) TAORMINA signed l.l.: C. A. Hunt, watercolor 27cm by 36cm; 10 1/2in by 14 1/4in £400-600
  19. 19. 45. GEORGE CATTERMOLE, O.W.S. (1800-1868) MONKS READING IN A MEDIEVAL INTERIOR watercolour, in an exceptional antique carved-gilt frame 49cm by 64.5cm; 19 1/4in by 25 1/4in Exhibited London, Old Watercolour Society, 1850, no. 377 George Cattermole was born at Dickleburgh, in Norfolk. When he was fourteen he began working as an architectural and topographical designer for the antiquary John Britton. He became an associate of the Royal Watercolour Society in 1822 and a full member in 1833. In 1850 he abandoned the society, dedicating his attention to painting in oil. At the Paris Exhibition of 1855 George Cattermole was honoured with one of the five first-class gold medals awarded to British painters. He also received professional artistic honours in Amsterdam and in Belgium. Among his leading works are The Murder of the Bishop of Liege, The Armourer (relating the Story of the Sword) and The Assassination of the Regent Murray by Hamilton of Bothwellhaugh. He was strongly influenced by the writing of Walter Scott whose work he also illustrated. The present work is a major exhibition piece from his final years as a watercolour painter. £800-1200
  20. 20. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 46. V. MEUNIER (1831-1905) GARDENER signed l.r: V. Meunier; oil on canvas 38cm by 56cm; 15in by 22in £300-400 47. ADRIEN JOSEPH VERHOEVEN-BALL (1824-1882) THE FLOWER SELLER signed and dated l.l.: A.J. Verhoeven Ball /1871, watercolour 34cm by 46cm; 13 1/3in by 18in £300-400 48. CARL VOORHEES (1871-1933) A PAIR OF SEASCAPES one signed l.l.: Voorhees, oil on paper or board 15cm by 21cm; 6in by 8 1/3in 14.5cm by 20cm; 6in by 8in (2) £150-200 49. ATTRIBUTED TO THEOPHILE STEINLEN (1859- 1923) A GIRL IN A SHAWL crayon 9.5cm by 9cm; 3 3/4in by 3 1/2in £80-120 50. NEAPOLITAN SCHOOL 20TH Century TWO VIEWS OF THE ERUPTION OF VESUVIUS each inscribed on mount m vesuvia, gouache both 39cm by 59cm; 15 1/3in by 23 1/4in (2) £200-400
  21. 21. 51. HENRI-JOSEPH HARPIGNIES (1819-1916) SUNSET BY A WOODED RIVER BANK signed and dated l.l.: H Harpignies 1911, oil on board 45cm by 29.5cm; 17 1/2in by 11 3/4in £2000-3000 52. THEODORE FOURMOIS (1814-1871) WOODED LANDSCAPE WITH FARM BUILDINGS signed l.r.: T Fourmois, oil on canvas 36.5cm by 50.5cm; 14 1/in by 20in £600-800
  22. 22. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 53. •GOTTLIEB THEODORE KEMPF VON HARTENKAMPF (1871-1964) DAS IRRLICHT (WILL-O’-THE-WISP) signed l.r.: G.T.H. Kempf, oil on canvas 45cm by 39.4cm;17 1/2in by 15 1/2in Kempf attended the Academy in Vienna from 1886 to 1896 studying under J.V.Berger and L.K.Mueller. A significant figure in the turn-of-the-twentieth century Viennese art scene he showed with the Vienna Succession in 1899 and was also a member of the Siebener Club and Wiener Kunstlerhaus. The present work is a strong example of his work which assimilates the influence of the Succession and Art Nouveau with a strongly symbolist style of his own. He also excelled as an etcher and illustrator and is represented in numerous museum collections in Continental Europe. £5000-7000 54. PAUL HARNISCH (B.1874) FISHERWOMAN ON THE QUAYSIDE, MORNING signed in pencil l.r.: P. Harnisch, oil on paper mounted on board 53.5cm by 48.5cm; 21in by 19in £450-550 55. ALFRED FITZWATER GRACE, R.B.A. (1844-1903) LANDSCAPE ON THE SOUTH DOWNS oil on board 25cm by 33cm; 9 3/4in by 13in £120-180
  23. 23. 56. JAMES HAYLLAR R.B.A (1851-1893) A SUNNY AFTERNOON signed l.r.: J.HAYLLAR, oil on canvas 41cm by 51cm; 16 1/4in by 20in £400-600 57. JOHN TRIVETT NETTLESHIP (1841-1902) AN OWL IN FLIGHT signed and dated l.r.: J.T.N./1892, coloured chalk 23cm by 45cm; 9in by 17 3/4in £150-200 58. ATTRIBUTED TO WILLIAM JAMES MULLER (1812-1845) NOCTURNE BY AN ITALIAN LAKE oil on board 27.5cm by 22.5cm; 10 3/4in by 9in £250-350 59. ROBERT FOWLER, R.I. (1853-1926) STEAM TRAIN BY THE NORTH WELSH COAST oil on board 22.5cm by 32cm; 9in by 12 1/2in £100-150 60. EDWARD HARGITT, R.I., R.O.I. (1835-1895) CLOUD STUDY OVER THE SOUTH DOWNS oil on canvas 15cm by 36cm; 6in by 14in £200-300 61. FREDERICK GOLDEN SHORT (1863-1936) CLIFFS NEAR BERRYHEAD, SOUTH DEVON signed and dated l.r.: F. Golden Short 1924, oil on board 29cm by 22cm; 11 1/2in by 8 3/4in £100-150
  24. 24. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 62. ATTRIBUTED TO SIR DAVID MURRAY, R.A. (1849-1933) SUMMER LANDSCAPE oil on canvas 28cm by 49cm; 11in by 19 1/2in £300-500 63. ARTHUR JAMES STARK (1831-1902) VIEW FROM KILRONAN GARDEN WALL inscribed with title (reverse of panel), oil on panel 19cm by 27.5cm; 7.5in by 11in Provenance Miss P. Stark £100-150 64. CHARLES RICHES (FL. LATE 19TH/EARLY 20th CENTURY) THE BESSIE DODD TIED TO ANCHOR signed l.l.: Chas. Riches, oil on canvas 49.5cm by 74cm; 19 1/2in by 29in Exhibited London, Royal Academy 1904 (according to an inscription on the frame) £600-900 65. •N. BLOND (MID 20TH CENTURY) THE ARTIST’S PALET signed u.r.: N. BLOND, oil on board 33cm by 46 cm; 13in by 18in £150-200 66. JOSEPH PAUL PETTITT (1812-1882) SANDOWN, ISLE OF WIGHT signed monogram l.l: oil on board 35cm by 50cm; 13 3/4in by 19 3/4in £80-100 67. •ELLIOT SEABROOKE, LG (1886-1950) STILL LIFE signed and dated l.l.: ELLIOT SEABROOK /1927, oil on canvas 60cm by 50cm; 23 3/4in by 19 3/4in £250-350
  25. 25. 68. J.P MC L. WATTERS (1851-1943) LANDSCAPE NEAR THE SOUTH COAST signed l.l.: J.P. Mc L WATTERS, oil on canvas laid to board 19cm by 27cm; 7 1/2in by 10 1/2in £100-150 69. •ARNOLD AUERBACH (1898-1978) PORTRAIT BUST AND A BOWL OF ORANGES with a portrait of the artist on reverse of canvas, signed u.r.: 54, oil on canvas 50cm by 42 cm; 19 3/4in by 16 1/2in £150-200 70. •EVAN CHARLTON (1904-1984) PEONIES AND ROCKS oil on panel 59.5cm by 89.5cm; 23 1/2in by 35 1/4in Provenance Martin Tinney Gallery £500-700 71. THOMAS BUSHBY (1861-1918) AT THE VET signed l.l.: Bushby, oil on board 26cm by 50cm; 10 1/4in by 19 3/4in £150-200 72. JAMES HAMILTON MACKENZIE, A.R.S.A., R.S.W. (1875-1926) NOCTURNAL STILL LIFE WITH PIPE AND CANDLE oil on board 32cm by 25cm; 12 1/2in by 9 3/4in Provenance The artist’s studio £200-300 73. SCOTTISH SCHOOL 20TH CENTURY MEMBERS OF THE MACKINNON FAMILY BY A SCOTTISH LOCH signed indistinctly l.l.: W. Fife, oil on canvas laid to board 33.5cm by 24cm; 13 1/4in by 9 1/2in £400-600
  26. 26. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 74. HERBERT F. ROYLE (1870-1958) END OF A WINTER’S DAY, YORKSHIRE signed l.r.: H. Royle, oil on panel 19.5cm by 24.5cm; 7 2/3in by 9 2/3in £500-700 75. HERBERT F. ROYLE (1870-1958) EXTENSIVE COASTAL LANDSCAPE signed l.l.: H. Royle, oil on board 49cm by 58cm; 19 1/3in by 22 3/4in £500-700 76. CIRCLE OF WILLIAM ROBERTS, R.A. (1895-1980) THE ARTILLERY MEN monogrammed and dated l.r.: PC /44, oil on board 45cm by 54cm; 17 3/4in by 21 1/3in £500-700 77. ALFRED DANIELS, R.W.S., R.B.A. (1924-2015) SPRING COMES TO ALEXANDRA PARK, 1958 signed and dated l.l.: Alfred Daniels/58, oil on board 49cm by 67cm; 19 1/3in by 26 1/3in Provenance Zwemmer Gallery, where purchased by Patrick White £800-1200
  27. 27. 78. HEMA JOSHI (B.1934) ABSTRACT oil on canvas 61cm by 84cm; 24in by 33in ...some may say Joshi’s oils and semi-abstract works are whimsical, but looking at them, most people find the poetry, fancy and maybe even childhood that they lost when the troubles of the world alighted onto their shoulders. Through her works, Joshi has created for her viewers a way in which to escape from all that is pleasant - Saffronart She studied at Elphinstone College, Bombay, then at the famous Sir J.J. School of Art. She lives and works in Mumbai, but has exhibited internationally, and in India - with seventeen solo exhibitions to her name. In 1996, she served a year’s residency in the North of England for the Visual Arts UK Program. £300-500 79. HANNAH GLUCKSTEIN, CALLED GLUCK (1895- 1978) STUDY FOR A PORTRAIT OF WILFRED ARTHUR LORD GREENE, MASTER OF THE ROLLS signed and dated l.l.: Gluck/1949, oil on canvas 40cm by 34.5cm; 15 3/4in by 13 1/2in £100-150 80. •OWEN BOWEN, R.O.I. (1873-1967) DOVEDALE, DERBYSHIRE signed l.l.: Owen Bowen; oil on canvas 30cm by 39.5cm; 11 3/4in by 15 1/2in £300-400 81. WILLIAM GEORGE ROBB (1872-1940) NEAR AYLESFORD, KENT bears signature l.l.: Robb, signed and inscribed (reverse of panel): near Aylesford, Kent/W.G. ROBB, oil on panel 25cm by 35.5cm; 10in by 14in, unframed £100-150 82. •CHARLES CUNDALL, R.A., R.W.S. (1890-1971) THE WOOD GATHERER signed l.r.:C Cundall, oil on canvas 63cm by 53cm; 24 1/4in by 21in £500-700
  28. 28. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 83. •GEORGE BISSILL (1896-1973) WINTER LANDSCAPE signed l.l.: Bissill, oil on canvas 40cm by 50cm ; 15 3/4in by 19 3/4in £150-200 84. HARRY MUSGRAVE (1854-1935) SEASCAPE signed with initials l.l.: H.M, oil on board 24cm by 29cm; 9 1/2in by 11 1/2in £100-150 85. •BERYL SINCLAIR (1901-1967) VIEW OF REGENT’S PARK FROM THE JUNCTION OF PARK ROAD AND GLOUCESTER oil on canvas 45cm by 75.5cm; 17 3/4in by 29 3/4in This unusual view of Regent’s Park probably dates from the 1930s and appears to have been painted from Sinclair’s studio, which was at the upper end of Gloucester Place. A number of other views by Sinclair from the same area of London are in the Government Art Collection. £300-500 86. ANNABEL DAON PISSARRO (20TH CENTURY) PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST IN A MIRROR with dedication on stretcher; for Georgia/Annabel Daon and with further inscriptions, oil on canvas 76cm by 60.5cm; 30in by 24in, unframed £200-300 87. •JAMES LAWRENCE ISHERWOOD (1917-1989) CROWDS IN THE RAIN, WIGAN signed l.l.: Isherwood, inscribed and dated (reverse of board), rain shawls wigan/51, oil on board 34.5cm by 44.5cm; 30 1/2in by 17 1/2in £300-500 88. •JAMES LAWRENCE ISHERWOOD (1917-1989) THE HEAD OF A WOMAN signed l.r.: Isherwood, inscribed and dated on verso scholes? woman/52, oil on board 34cm by 24cm; 13 1/2in by 9 1/4in £100-200
  29. 29. 89. •PETER NUTTALL (1943-2011) OYSTERS mixed media 63cm by 49.5cm; 24 1/2in by 19 1/2in £80-120 90. EDWARD HARTLEY MOONEY (1877-1938) CLOUDBURST OVER THE DOWNS signed and dated l.l.: E.H. Mooney/1919, oil on canvas 50cm by 60cm; 19 3/4in by 23 1/2in £200-300 91. •ANTHONY EYTON, R.A. (B. 1923) A NORMANDY BEACH signed l.r.: A. Eyton, oil on panel 36cm by 47.5cm; 14in by 18 3/4in £1200-1800 92. GEORGE THOMSON, N.E.A.C. (1860-1939) ITALIAN LANDSCAPE signed l.l.: George Thomson/1916, oil on board 30cm by 40cm; 12in by 16in George Thomson was born in Towie in Aberdeenshire and began his career as an architect in Glasgow. In 1882 he entered the Royal Academy Schools and he first exhibited at the Royal Academy in 1886. He became a member of the New English Art Club and in 1895 was appointed as Lecturer in Perspective at the Slade School of Art. Both here and at Bedford College (where he worked from 1899 until his retirement in 1914) Thomson became an influential teacher at a time when the standard of the British Art School was at its height. His style as a painter was influenced by the techniques of the Old Masters and he also excelled as a natural painter en plein air as the present work demonstrates. £300-600
  30. 30. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 93. ENGLISH SCHOOL, C.1930 STILL LIFE signed with monogram l.r.: FAB, oil on canvas 56cm by 55.5cm; 21 1/2in by 22in £120-220 94. •RUDOLF SAUTER, R.B.A. (1895-1977) MODERN PYRAMIDS, JOHANNESBERG signed and dated l.r.: R. H. Sauter/1927, oil on canvas 47cm by 64cm; 18 1/2in by 25 1/4in £400-600 95. BRIAN DAVIS (20TH CENTURY) PORTRAIT OF RICHARD GIBSON bears signature l.r.: Brian Davis/1968, and signed u.l.: Davis, oil on canvas 59cm by 48cm; 23in by 19in Brian Davis is an English painter who shows the strong influence of the work of Walter Sickert, his subject pictures including numerous views of the interiors of theatres and music halls. Something of Sickert’s style also pervades this intense portrait of the antiquity scholar Richard Gibson. £100-150 96. HENRY TONKS (1862-1937) REVERIE signed and dated I.I.: H.T./Jan 1885; blue/grey wash heightened with white over ink 21cm by 19.5cm; 8 1/4in by 7 1/4in (unframed) Provenance bequeathed to the artist’s nephew, Myles Tonks and thence by descent Henry Tonks is widely regarded as one of the most influential art teachers of the early twentieth century. Originally trained as a surgeon, Tonks joined the staff of the Slade School of Art at the end of the nineteenth century, becoming Slade Professor of Fine Art in 1918. He was a major influence on a brilliant generation of young artists who studied there before the War including Stanley Spencer, Dora Carrington, David Bomberg, C.R.W.Nevinson and Mark Gertler. Tonks himself worked as a War artist in World War I where he executed pastel drawings recording facial injuries. This group of drawings by Tonks dates from the earlier part of his life and shows the great charm of his work as a caricaturist and illustrator. The drawings have been in the family of Henry’s nephew Myles Tonks since they were executed and have only very recently been re- discovered. Myles Tonks was also trained as a doctor and studied under his uncle to whom he was very close. He was a talented landscape painter who specialised in views of Devon and the Scottish Highlands £300-500
  31. 31. 97. HENRY TONKS (1862-1937) A FOLIO OF DRAWINGS AND LETTERS including a sheet of studies with a man reading, figures ice skating, a portly gentleman, an Aesthetic gentleman, a lady playing a harmonium by lamplight, promenading on a London square, the contented reader, scene at a Classical dance, together with a letter to Henry Tonks from Sir Thomas Monnington PRA; one initialled and dated (1879), several taken from letters from the artist; pen, ink and pencil, with one in watercolour over pencil various sizes (9) Provenance Bequeathed to the artist’s nephew, Myles Tonks and thence by descent £200-300 98. •MYLES TONKS, RI, RBA (1890-1960) A FOLIO OF PASTELS OF COASTAL SCENES including holiday makers bathing on a beach, sailing boats by a Continental port, views of the Scottish coast and other subjects, pastel various sizes (5) Provenance The artist’s studio, by direct descent to the present owner £120-180 99. MYLES TONKS, R.I., R.B.A. (1890-1960) A FOLIO OF PASTEL DRAWINGS to include: a still life of Chrysanthemum, two views of a highland river, a coastal scene, and other subjects, pastel various sizes (9) Provenance The artist’s studio, by direct descent to the present owner £200-300 100. MYLES TONKS, R.I., R.B.A. (1890-1960) A FOLIO OF WATERCOLOURS OF SCOTTISH SUBJECTS including a rock pool, river running through a highland glen, cloud burst in the highlands, cloud capped highland peak and others various sizes (10) Provenance The artist’s studio, by direct descent to the present owner £200-300
  32. 32. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 101. MYLES TONKS, R.I., R.B.A. (1890-1960) A FOLIO OF WATERCOLOURS AND PASTELS including a display of stuffed birds, bathers by a loch, wet day, venus emerging from her shell and other subjects various sizes (12) Provenance The artist’s studio, by direct descent to the present owner £200-300 102. MYLES TONKS, R.I., R.B.A. (1890-1960) A GROUP OF LANDSCAPES OF HIGHLAND AND WEST COUNTRY VIEWS including clouds over the downs, Scottish river in full flow, view from the garden, view of a castle from a forest oil on board various sizes (4) £150-200 103. MYLES TONKS R.I., R.B.A. (1890-1960) BODIAM CASTLE AND THREE OTHER LANDSCAPES including a Scottish glen in autumn, study of trees, a cathedral under restoration, one signed, three oil on board, one oil on canvas various sizes (4) £150-200 104. •JOHN ARMSTRONG, A.R.A. (BRITISH, 1893-1973) THE MAD PRIEST signed with initials: JA, watercolour 36cm x 24cm; 14in x 9 1/2in Provenance the artist’s estate, by direct descent This a rare example of Armstrong’s earlier work in watercolour and probably dates from the 1930s or 1940s. Before Armstrong had established himself as one of the most distinctive and important artists of the British avant-garde, he had already enjoyed a successful career as sought-after designer for British stage and screen. His collaborations included work with Robert Donat and Alexander Korda, creating costumes and sets for stage works such as Façade, The Magic Flute (Sadler’s Wells), and Riverside Nights and for the films The Private life of Henry VIII, The Scarlet Pimpernel and Rembrandt £250-350 105. •ELIOTT SEABROOKE, L.G. (BRITISH, 1886-1950) BOATS IN A HARBOUR signed with initials l.r.: ES, watercolour 45cm by 58cm; 17 3/4in by 22 3/4in £100-200
  33. 33. 106. •CHARLOTTE HALLIDAY R.W.S. (B. 1935) GLOUCESTER TERRACE, BAYSWATER signed and dated l.l.: Charlotte Halliday, pen and ink 28cm by 33cm; 11in by 13in £80-120 107. •ADRIAN DAINTREY (1902-1988) RUE ST. ANTOINE, PARIS signed and dated Adrian Daintry December 1953, watercolour over pen and ink 28cm by 38cm; 11in by 15in £150-200 108. •AVERIL BURLEIGH, R.W.S. (1883-1949) ALPINE LANDSCAPE watercolour 48cm by 57cm; 18 3/4in by 22 1/2in £200-300 109. •PIETRO ANNIGONI (1910-1988) PORTRAIT OF ZSUZSI ROBOZ signed, inscribed and dated l.r., ink and pen 52cm by 44cm; 20 1/2in by 17 1/4in £200-300 110. •ELLIS SILAS (B. 1882) THE CITY OF LONDON FOLLOWING A WORLD WAR I ZEPPELIN RAID signed l.l.: Ellis Silas, watercolour and gouache 50cm by 35cm; 19 3/4in by 13 3/4in Ellis Silas was born in London, and was son of flower painter Louis Silas, who he studied under together with W.R. Sickert. Silas was an official war artist for the Australian Government in World War I; his work ‘Crusading in Anzac’ is based on his front-line sketchbooks. After this time he spent three years living Gauguin-style, among the natives of Papua, recording his impressions in pencil sketches and watercolours. His portfolio contains works of landscapes and seascapes in oil and watercolour, as well as designs for stained glass windows, murals, posters, cards and souvenirs. In 1930 he became president of the London Sketch Club. £350-450
  34. 34. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 111. ENGLISH SCHOOL 20TH CENTURY LANDSCAPE WITH FARM BUILDINGS signed indistinctly l.r.: John V. ? Browne, watercolour with bodycolour 40cm by 30cm; 15 3/4in by 11 3/4in £80-120 112. •GEORGES CSATO (1910-1983) A GROUP OF FRAMED ABSTRACT COLLAGES two signed: Csato, one dated: 65, collage various sizes (4) The Hungarian born artist Georges Csato studied in Vienna then in Prague under some of the great names of the period including Archipenko, Hofer, Kokoschka and Thiel who had taken refuge there from Nazi Germany. After the War (when he was imprisoned by the Russians) he became a distinguished portrait painter with sitters including Colette, Einstein, Rachmaninov and Bertrand Russell. His first exhibition, organized by Jean Cocteau, was held in Paris in 1948. Attractive abstracts like the present work were generally produced to great acclaim in the post-war years. A recent retrospective was held by the Burford art dealer Brian Sinfield. £400-600 113. •PETER NUTTALL (1943-2011) MOTHER AND CHILD signed l.l.: Peter Nuttall and dated l.r.: 66; coloured chalk over pencil 26cm by 25.5cm; 10 1/4in by 10in £100-150 114. ATTRIBUTED TO MARION TAYLOR (20TH/21ST CENTURY) TENCRAM SERIES signed and dated on frame l.l.: Taylor/98, titled on frame l.r.: Tencram Series, mixed media 38cm by 45cm; 15in by 17 3/4in (unframed) £70-100 115. ENGLISH SCHOOL 20TH CENTURY GALLANTS IN AMAZEMENT signed with initials and dated l.r.: M.M. /1955, inscribed l.c.: Gallants in A-Maze-ment or, Occasion for unprecedented navigation by use of heavenly bodies, watercolour 20cm by 15cm; 7 3/4in by 6in £80-100
  35. 35. 116. •STANLEY ANDERSON, R.A. (1884-1966) THREE UNFRAMED DRAWINGS including Study of trees at Scotsgrove, Studies of Bob loading hay; three signed l.r.: Stanley Anderson, one dated l.r.: 50, pencil various sizes (3) £200-300 117. •VAL ARCHER (B. 1946) BIRDS NEST AND BLACKCURRANTS, 1984 signed with initials and dated l.r.: VMA /1984, watercolour 21.5cm by 32cm; 8 1/2in by 12 2/3in £80-120 118. ENGLISH SCHOOL 20TH CENTURY HEAD OF A MAN charcoal 46cm by 34cm; 18in by 13 1/3in £80-120 121. NORMAN ADAMS, R.A. (1927-2005) A NEW HEAVEN AND EARTH, 1991 signed with initials, dated and titled l.l.: A New Heaven and Earth/NA/1991, watercolour 72cm by 72cm; 28 1/3in by 28 1/3in £400-600 120. •CAROL ANN SUTHERLAND (B. 1952) STILL READING THE FT, 1989 signed and dated l.l.: Carol Ann Sutherland /1989, mixed media and collage 52cm by 60cm; 20 1/2in by 23 2/3in Provenance Mercury Gallery, purchased by Andras Kalman, 19 June 1989 £300-500 119. •PAUL MANOUSSO (B. 1930) POEKHRI, NEPAL, 1982 signed, titled and dated l.r.: Paul Manousso?Poekhri Nepal /Dec 1982, watercolour and gouache 49cm by 39cm; 19 1/4in by 15 1/2in £300-500
  36. 36. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 122. PHILIP NAVIASKY (1894-1983) MOTHER AND CHILD signed l.l.: Philip Naviasky, red and black chalk 76cm by 55.5cm; 30in by 20 3/4in £250-350 123. HUBERT L. WELLINGTON (1879-1967) A FOLIO OF LITHOGRAPHS including elegant lady seated in a chair, lady reclining on a chaise longue, nude lying on a bed; lithographs Various sizes (5) £200-300 124. •HUBERT L. WELLINGTON (1879-1967) A FOLIO OF DRAWINGS including Hampstead 1922, Studies of trees, A view from Greenwich to London, Summer 1900, From a roof in Chelsea, Wooded landscape, Lady reading in an interior; one inscibed (verso): ? with Wyndham Lewis Summer 1900, four in pen and black ink, one with sepia wash, one pen and sepia ink various sizes (6) £300-400 127. •CONRAD H. R. CARELLI (1869-1956) A SKETCHBOOK OF WATERCOLOURS comprising approximately 25 pages including Far Eastern views, Aden harbour, Humayun’s tomb, Benares, Calcutta, Coniston (Lake District), and others; mostly watercolour, one in pen and black ink 9.5cm by 13.5cm by 1.5cm; 3 3/4in by 5 1/3in by 2/3in £400-600 126. WALTER TAYLOR, R.I. (1860-1943) A FOLIO OF DRAWINGS AND WATERCOLOURS including Study of a Bass brewery cart, London scene, Snowy landscape, The beach tree, Bouquet of flowers, Horse chestnut, R.A.C. Epsom; three in pencil (mounted together), seven in watercolour various sizes (10) £300-400 125. •HANNAH GLUCKSTEIN, CALLED GLUCK (1895- 1978) A SKETCHBOOK OF DRAWINGS comprising approximately 35 pages of drawings, including views of London, studies of a ship, steam engine, figure studies; pencil, some pages with watercolour 18cm by 13cm by 1cm; 7in by 5in by 1/3in £150-200
  37. 37. 128. EDWARD STOTT, A.R.A. (1859-1918) A PAIR OF DRAWINGS Including studies of a young child and a mother and child; one pencil, one black and white chalk, one stamped with the artist’s studio stamp 28cm by 38cm; 11in by 15in 30.5cm by 23cm; 12in by 9in (2) £80-120 129. •OLIVER MESSEL (1904-1978) TWO DESIGNS FOR A BLUE SCARAB DRESS FOR ‘CLEOPATRA’ inscribed u.l.: blue scarab dress and signed l.l.: Oliver Messel, watercolour heightened with gold paint over pencil 36.5cm by 24cm; 14 1/4in by 51/2in £400-600 130. •OLIVER MESSEL (1904-1978) A COSTUME DESIGN FOR ‘CLEOPATRA’ XXIV signed l.l.: Oliver Messel, watercolour over pencil 36.5cm by 24cm; 14 1/4in by 51/2in £400-600 132. •KATHLEEN HALE (1898-2000) THE POND signed and dated l.l.: K. Hale/54, watercolour 25cm by 35.5cm; 10in by 14in £400-600 131. WALTER SICKERT, A.R.A. (1860-1942) PORTRAIT OF JOHN ADDISON inscribed with title l.c.: John Addison, inscribed and dated (verso): Meisseurs Harrisons Printers, 45 St Martin’s Lane, London/by R.Sickert/1890/for The Whirlwind, pen and black ink 19.5cm; 7 3/4 in (diameter) Sickert produced character sketches, reviews and art criticism for a periodical called The Whirlwind from August to December 1890. His lack of commitment and general unreliability forced him to relinquish his position there after only a few months. Portrait vignettes, like the present work, were drawn to break up the text within the periodical’s columns and remain rare examples of some of Sickert’s only graphic work in this vein. This drawing depicts John Addison who was a well-known Liberal MP of the period. Provenance Produced as an illustration for The Whirlwind magazine, 1890 £600-800
  38. 38. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 133. •WILL ROBERTS (1907-2000) BIGGIN HILL CAMP, KENT, 1943 signed l.l.: WMR and inscribed and dated Billet Biggin Hill/1943, watercolour over pen and ink 17.5cm by 25.5cm; 7in by 10in During World War Two, Roberts trained at the Colerne Airfield in Wiltshire where he captured this intriguing scene from the everyday life of the Wartime RAF cadet. Roberts, one of the greatest Welsh painters of the twentieth century, was a scholar at Swansea School of Art, not far from his hometown of Neath, There he was discovered by Josef Herman, becoming the painter’s great disciple and executing work in a powerful expressionist style reminiscent of his master. Always recognised as a particularly fine draughtsman, his earlier Wartime work is very rare. £250-350 135. •RUDOLF SAUTER, R.B.A. (1895-1977) STILL LIFE WITH GREEN PARROT signed l.l.: R. H. Sauter, oil on board 55cm by 45.5cm; 21 3/4in by 18in Exhibited Royal Institute of Painters in Watercolour (c. late 1940s) £400-600 134. •WILL ROBERTS (1907-2000) BURTON HASTINGS, WARWICKSHIRE, 1944 signed, inscribed and dated l.r.: (Will) William Roberts/Burton Hastings/1994, watercolour over pencil 28cm by 37cm; 11in by 14 1/2in £200-300 136. DOUGLAS PERCY BLISS (1900-1984) THE CONSERVATORY watercolour over pencil 27cm by 31cm; 10.5in by 12in Provenance From the artist’s estate £400-600
  39. 39. 137. PHILIP BURGOYNE HUDSON (1887-1952) PETIT TRIANON VERSAILLES signed and dated l.l.: Phillip B. Hudson Del 1946, watercolour and gouache over pencil 20cm by 32cm; 8in by 12.5in £80-120 138. DAVID VIVIANS (20TH CENTURY) DACHSHUND signed l.l.: David Vivians, watercolour 29cm by 21cm; 11.5in by 8 1/4in £150-200 139. ENGLISH SCHOOL, C.1930 EGYPTIAN GIRL pen and ink 28.5cm by 21cm;11 1/4in by 8 1/4in £60-90 140. •ANNA ZINKEISEN (1901-1961) BRITANNIA MOUNTED BY HORSE GUARD’S PARADE signed l.r.: A. Zinkeisen, gouache with gold paint 39cm by 28.5cm; 15 1/2in by 11 1/4in Anna Katrina Zinkeisen won a scholarship to the Royal Academy Schools from Harrow School of Art and in both 1920 and 1921 she won the Landseer Award. She later worked for Wedgwood as a ceramics designer. With her sister Doris Anna she contributed murals to the passenger liners the Queen Mary and the Queen Elizabeth. During the Second World War she worked mornings in the casualty ward at St Mary’s Hospital Paddington and painted in a disused operating theatre in the afternoons. Her painting of plastic surgeon Sir Archibald Hector McIndoe is hung at the National Portrait Gallery as is her own self-portrait circa 1944. £700-1000
  40. 40. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 141. CIRCLE OF PHILIP WILSON STEER (1860-1942) SANDBANKS FROM STUDLAND watercolour 25.5cm by 36cm; 10in by 14 1/4in £100-200 142. ERNEST BOROUGH JOHNSON (1866-1949) KENSINGTON GARDENS inscribed and dated l.r.: Kensington Palace/1928, pencil 25cm by 39cm; 9 3/4in by 15 1/2in £100-200 143. SIR STANLEY SPENCER, R.A., N.E.A.C. (1891-1959) STANLEY, HILDA AND THE CHILDREN OUT WALKING, CIRCA 1935 pencil, squared for transfer, title inscribed by Richard Carline on reverse 24.8cm by 19.7cm; 9 3/4in by 7 3/4in Provenance Richard Carline, Private Collection Spencer’s paintings and drawings documenting the life he had with his first wife Hilda Carline are amongst his most touching and poignant works and are a constant in his mature work. In the present drawing Spencer himself is shown on a walk with Hilda and several of their children. The drawing was formerly in the collection of Hilda’s brother, the painter Richard Carline. £3000-5000
  41. 41. 144. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) UNEARTHED STILL LIFE oil on board 27cm by 31.5cm; 10 2/3in by 12 1/3in £200-300 145. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) STILL LIFE WITH WHITE VASE oil on board 50cm by 44.5cm; 19 2/3in by 17 1/2in £300-400 146. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) CORNISH CHURCHYARD oil on board 51cm by 76cm; 20in by 30in, unframed £300-500 148. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) END OF THE ROAD signed l.r.: PLOSKY, oil on board 75cm by 85.5cm; 29 1/2in by 33 2/3in £400-600 147. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) MUSIC MAID signed l.r.: J. PLOSKY, oil on board 70cm by 90cm; 27 1/2in by 35 1/2in £500-700 •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) - Lots 144 - 154 Whether in the streets of his own north London, or the industrial-coloured blacks and greys of the Cornish landscape and the English coast, Jonas Plosky’s highly appealing and original paintings have a style and subject that are unmistakably his own. Plosky studied at Hornsey College of Art before leaving to become a designer and illustrator. He exhibited frequently at the Royal Academy and the Royal Society of British Artists and his work can be found in the permanent collections of Glasgow Art Gallery, the National Library of Wales and the University of Portland, Maine, USA.
  42. 42. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 149. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) CORNISH BOATS oil on board 49.5cm by 62cm; 19 1/2in by 24 1/3in £400-600 150. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) THE YELLOW YOYO signed l.l.: PLOSKY, oil on board 80cm by 67.5cm; 31 1/2in by 26 1/2in £500-700 151. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) EARTHBOUND signed with initials l.r.: JP, oil on board 28cm by 36cm; 11in by 14in £300-400 154. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) STILL LIFE: PRIMITIVE signed l.c.: PLOSKY, oil on board 70cm by 91cm; 27 1/2in by 35 3/4in £500-700 152. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) WHITE BUTTERFLY signed l.r.: PLOSKY, oil on board 33.5cm by 35.5cm; 13in by 14in, unframed £300-400 153. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) NASTURTIONS signed l.r.: PLOSKY, oil on board 36.5cm by 29cm; 14 1/3in by 11 1/3in £250-350
  43. 43. 155. •JONAS PLOSKY (1940-2011) SIX UNFRAMED DRAWINGS oil on paper various sizes (6) £100-150 156. •PERCY DRAKE BROOKSHAW (1907-1993) FOOTBALL EXCURSION original poster for London transport 76cm by 51cm; 30in by 24 3/4in £60-80 157. •PERCY DRAKE BROOKSHAW (1907-1993) A FOLIO OF DRAWINGS AND PRINTS OF ANIMAL SUBJECTS including baboons, elephant, birds in flight, rhinoceros, hippopotamus and others animals; various media Various sizes (15) £150-200 160. GEORGE CRUIKSHANK (1792-1878) THE BRIGHTON REFORM BILL engraving 26.5cm by 36.5cm; 10 1/2in by 14 1/3in £60-80 159. •PERCY DRAKE BROOKSHAW (1907-1993) A GROUP OF FOUR PAINTINGS OF MAINLY CORNISH SUBJECTS including Port Isaac, Across The Haven Roscarrock various sizes (4) £100-150 158. •PERCY DRAKE BROOKSHAW (1907-1993) A BOX OF ASSORTED PAINTINGS including seascapes, landscapes and portraits various sizes (9) £100-150
  44. 44. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 161. ELIZA PERIAM AN 18TH CENTURY SAMPLER flourished c. 1784 £80-120 162. A PAIR OF BOTANICAL PRINTS both, 36cm by 28cm; 14 1/4in by 11in (2) £50-70 163. JAMES GILLRAY (1757-1815) FIGHTING FOR THE DUNGHILL- OR JACK TAR SETTLING CITOYEN FRANCOIS published 20th November 1798 by H.Humphrey, London, handcoloured etching with aquatint 25.5cm by 35.5cm; 10in by 14in £300-500 166. JAMES GILLRAY (1757-1815) DIDO IN DESPAIR! published February 6th 1801 by H.Humphrey, handcoloured etching and aquatint 24.5cm by 35cm; 9 2/3in by 13 3/4in £300-500 165. JAMES GILLRAY (1757-1815) A COGNOCENTI CONTEMPLATING YE BEAUTIES OF YE ANTIQUE ETCHING published February 11th 1801 by H.Humphrey, handcoloured etching and aquatint 35cm by 25cm; 13 3/4in by 9 3/4in £300-500 164. JAMES GILLRAY (1757-1815) FRENCH LIBERTY, BRITISH SLAVERY published 1792, handcoloured etching and aquatint 24cm by 34cm; 9 1/2in by 13 1/3in £300-500
  45. 45. 167. A LARGE FOLIO OF BRITISH PRINTS including a collection of etchings by Hugh Stanley White (1904-1984) (approx.21) subjects; including the Sudan, village high street, boat house, Warwick Castle, Windsor Castle from Eton, the river Congo, Arundel Castle, Sussex, the Gorge, Castle Cambell and other subjects; Skysigns, Trafalgar Square (wood engraving) by Graham Dudley Page, signed and dated 1934; After the Masquerade etched by Paul Rajon after J. L. Gerome, Going to the Park, original etching by John Everett Millais; The Abundance of Egypt, original etching by William Holman Hunt various Sizes (approx.25) £100-150 168. HENRI FANTIN-LATOUR (1836-1904) BENVENUTO CELLINI: ACTE III, LA FONTE DU PERSEE lithograph 29.5cm by 19.5cm; 11 1/2in by 7 3/4in £100-150 171. WALTER GREAVES, R.I. (1846-1930) THE CREMORNE GARDENS signed and dated within plate: W. Greaves/1870 etching 17.5cm by 27cm; 7in by 10 2/3in, unframed £200-300 169. JEAN-LOUIS FORAIN (1852-1931) DANCERS IN THEIR DRESSING ROOM etching 28cm by 19cm; 11in by 7 1/2in £150-200 170. JEAN-FRANCOIS RAFFAELLI (1850-1924) SOUS LA PLUIE, LES RAPINS, LES MAIGRES REPAS a group of three etchings, one signed within a plate: J.F. Raffaelli /79, one signed in pencil, etching various sizes (3) £160-220
  46. 46. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 172. JAMES-JACQUES-JOSEPH TISSOT (1836-1902) LE CROQUET (Wentworth 37) 1878, etching and drypoint, on wove paper, from an edition of about 100 30cm by 18cm; 11 3/4in by 7in £1200-1800 173. JOHN RAPHAEL SMITH (1752-1812) AFTER REVEREND MATTHEW PETERS EDWARD WORTLEY MONTAGU IN HIS DRESS AS AN ARABIAN PRINCE published August 15th 1776, mezzotint 47.5cm by 35.5cm; 18 3/4in by 14in Provenance Christopher Lennox-Boyd Edward Wotley Montagu (1713-1776) was a traveller, linguistic and eccentric. The oldest son of Edward and Lady Mary Wortley Montagu he was much infuenced by his childhood visit to Constantinople between 1716- 18. Using his inheritance as security against his creditors he left England permanently in 1762 and travelled in the Middle East as an enthusiastic archeologist for a little over a decade. In 1773, Edward settled in Venice and lived, according to one of his contemporaries, with ‘the manners, habit and magnificence of a Turk’. £450-650
  47. 47. 174. •AFTER STANLEY SPENCER, R.A. (1891-1959) JULY for the Chatto and Windus almanac, 1927, reproduction print 9cm by 13cm; 3 1/2in by 5 1/4in £30-50 175. •ARCHIBALD STANDISH HARTRICK, R.W.S., O.B.E. (1864-1950) PUTNEY BRIDGE FROM FULHAM PALACE lithograph together with the original study in pencil for the lithograph both 24cm by 31cm; 9 1/2in by 12in, (2 framed as 1) £250-350 176. •VICTOR VASARELY (1906-1997) COMPOSITION signed and numbered in pencil: Vasarely/73/180, silkscreen 45cm by 32cm; 17 3/4in by 12 1/2in £200-300 179. QUENTIN BELL (1910-1996) STILL LIFE WITH BOOTS signed, numbered and inscribed with title in pencil l.l.: Q. Bell /3/10/Still life with boots, lithograph 47.5cm by 61cm; 18 3/4in by 24in £80-120 178. •HENRI HAYDEN (1883-1970) BLUE LANDSCAPE, 1968 signed and dated l.r.: Hayden /1968, numbered l.l.: 57/75, lithograph 50cm by 66cm; 19 2/3in by 26in £150-200 177. •PAUL WUNDERLICH (1927-2010) BIEN ASSISE signed in pencil l.r.: Wunderlich, inscribed l.l.: E.A., artist proof lithograph 66cm by 51cm; 26in by 20in £80-120
  48. 48. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 180. •EDWARD ARDIZZONE, R.A. (1900-1979) CRICKET NETS AT ST. PAUL’S SCHOOL signed in pencil l.r.: Edward Ardizzone, and numbered 57/100, lithograph 38cm by 55cm; 15in by 21 1/2in Author of children’s books, illustrator and print-maker, Edward Ardizzone was trained as an artist at the Westminster School of Art in London. In 1926 he started a career as an illustrator of genre scenes using different media, often with a comic Victorian flavour. He rose to prominence with the book entitled Little Tim and the Brave Sea-Captain (Oxford, 1936), which was then followed by several children’s books and other illustrated books. Baggage to the Enemy (London, 1941), in which Ardizzone tackles his designation to Official War Artist in 1940, is an excellent testimony to the German invasion of France, and the Italian and North African campaigns. After the war Ardizzone continued working as a freelance print-maker, producing illustrations that gradually developed an instantly recognisable style based on delicate ink lines. The present work is an attractive example of Ardizzone’s fine technique as a lithographer and is part of a series the artist produced on English public schools in c.1964 which included several other views of St Paul’s school. £300-500 182. CHARLES HERBERT CLARK (FL. EARLY 20TH CENTURY) FULL MASTED SHIP IN A DOCK signed l.r.: Charles H. Clark, etching 45cm by 23cm; 17 3/4in by 9in £80-150 181. FRANCIS DODD, R.A., A.R.E., R.S.W. (1874-1949) LEON signed l.l.: Francis Dodd and inscribed Leon, etching with drypoint 19cm by 28.5cm; 7.5in by 11in £120-180 183. JAPAN two Japanese albums of coloured albumen prints: the first including fifty coloured photographs, mainly views, 21cm x 26cm, the second containing fifty coloured photographs, views and types, both bound with Japanese lacquer boards, circa 1890 21cm x 26cm (2) £500-700
  49. 49. 184. CHINA THE GREAT WALL one photograph albumen print, circa 1865 21cm x 27cm £200-300 185. JAPAN ALBUM VIEWS OF JAPAN over 140 photographs taken by an amateur photographer in Kyoto and Nara of views, scenes, monuments, and a few portraits, silver prints, oblong Japanese binding, c. 1920 sizes range from 14 by 9cm to 20 by 29cm £150-200 186. JOHNSON AND HENDERSON BUJGOTEES one photographic, plate nr. 82, of People of India, albumen print, circa 1870 18cm x 17cm £100-200 188. INDIA group of approximately sixty four photographs c. 1865/1900, by different photographers including the Bourne Studio, many views of monuments, a few portraits of British citizens in India, albumen prints, gelatin silver prints and silver prints various sizes from 5cm by 7cm to 22cm by 28cm £300-400 187. INDIA J. SACHE a group of fifteen CDV (carte de visite) type, circa 1870 10cm by 6cm (15) £80-100
  50. 50. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 189. INDIA group of eight photographs: Coolie Woman, inscribed verso Hindoo Drug Acharm sellers, some could be attributed to Johnson and Henderson, albumen prints, c. 1870-1880, plus two of Hill Station: Tonga Road and Jakko (near Simla), gelatin silver prints five measure 24cm by 19cm; the other three: 22cm by 19cm (8) £600-800 191. ARGENTINA group of fifteen photographs, the majority of Buenos Aires, Las Vacas Station, Gauchos, ten albumen prints and five by mechanical process, c. 1890 18cm by 23cm (15) £200-300 190. NEW ZEALAND BURTON BROS a group of five photographs of Milford Sound, albumen prints, circa 1880 14cm x 19cm (5) £80-100 192. CHILE group of nine photographs: Santiago and countryside albumen prints, c. 1890 (9) £150-200 193. PANAMA group of eleven black and white photographs including loading bananas onto a locomotive train for the United Fruit Company, Columbian soldiers in Panama, and early stages of the building of the Panama Canal, albumen prints, gelatin silver prints 18cm by 23cm (11) £250-350
  51. 51. 194. CANADA group of fourteen photographs: Montreal, Sunday Camp, Lake Timagaming, Ontario showing views of lakes and mountains, and the Kipaua River, gelatin silver prints, c. 1890-1900 18cm by 24cm (14) £250-350 195. TANGIER group of nineteen photographs attributed to Cavilla showing a local market, horse racing and interiors, albumen prints, c. 1885 approx. 18cm by 24cm (19) £200-300 196. BRAZIL group of four photographs by J. Marques Pereira, three gelatin silver prints, c. 1900 17cm by 22.5cm (4) £150-200 198. UGANDA an interesting in quarto album of Uganda, East Africa belonging to a British resident Frank Padget, some of the photographs could be attributed to him, the album includes more than 220 photographs, post cards, ephemera and press cuttings, views and scenes including good ethnographical studies, portraits: King of Uganda, Lendu woman and colonial life, mainly gelatin silver prints, c.1910 Various sizes from 5cm by 8cm to 29cm by 20cm £300-500 197. EGYPT group of fifteen photographs some with the photographers name Zangaki, mainly landscape views and a good portrait of the mummy Seti I, albumen print, c. 1885 21cm by 28 cm, all unmounted (15) £200-300
  52. 52. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 199. SCHONSCHEIDT INTERIOR OF COLOGNE CATHEDRAL one photograph, albumen print, circa 1860, blind stamp of photographer at foot of image 39cm x 32cm £100-200 200. CHANNEL BRIDGE AND RAILWAY COMPANY two photographs showing the engineers design for the Bridge over the Channel, albumen prints, circa 1870 29cm x 36cm £100-200 201. TOPOGRAPHICAL ALBUM including more than 300 photographs, mainly albumen prints as well as images produced by mechanical process and post cards: three photographs of Turkey by Robertson & Beato: Entrance of the Sultan’s New Palace of Dolma 1861, signed in the negative, albumen print, 26cm by 31cm , Fountain of Sultan Selvin, signed in the negative, albumen print, Mosque of Dophanek Constantinople 1861, albumen print 25cm by 30cm; four photographs of Niagra falls, albumen print, 1884, 18cm by 24cm, and views of Egypt; four large scale photographs of Rome, albumen print, c.1860; three photographs of Pisa, albumen print, 1865, 17cm by 23cm; two photographs of Naples, albumen print, c.1861, three photographs of Messina, albumen print, c. 1862, 21cm by 19cm, together with some views of Continental Europe and Britain showing Nice and Cannes, c. 1880, and a small group of photographs produced by mechanical process and post cards depicting the English Hospital Haifa, c. 1902 £400-600
  53. 53. 202. GLASS NEGATIVES two boxes, each with twelve glass negatives, England, c.1900 8cm by 10.5cm (24) £50-80 203. •BRASSAI (1899-1984) CYCLIST VELODROME, PARIS photograph, silver print, circa 1940, studio stamp of photographer on verso: Copyright by Gyula Halasz, 74 rue de la Glaciere, Paris (13er) 23cm by 17.5cm £500-700 204. FRENCH NUDES six photographs of nude studies, citrate prints, circa 1910 16.5cm by 12cm, all unmounted (6) £100-200 205. ITALY group of thirty-five views of monuments in Pompei and Naples, albumen prints, c. 1885 credit by Sommer, Lambiase stamp on verso, Luigi Armoni stamp on verso 19cm by 25cm (35) £200-300
  54. 54. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 207. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) POLA (FIELDS) signed u.r. and with initials l.l.: EH, signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1970 35cm by 43cm £500-700 206. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SZATNIA (CLOAKROOM I) signed with initials l.l.: EH, studio stamp on verso, silver print, late 1990 32cm by 34cm £500-700 EDWARD HARTWIG (POLISH, 1909-2003) - Lot 206-291 Edward Hartwig was active over 50 years as a practitioner and champion of the medium.  He successfully combined photography with graphic art, and was equally fascinated by the subjects of trees and landscape (particularly the Polish landscape), man, the theatre and architecture.  However, in all of his works he captures the intensity of the moment. Hartwig was convinced that artistic insights in photography can only be gained by applying innovative perspectives and creative methods. In order to enhance the dynamism, expression and structural impact of his works, he used – particularly in his black and white photography – intense contrasts of light and shadow and combines real elements with the purely abstract.   His interest in the pattern of nature, as well as its fragments, characterised by severe realism or dreamlike quality displays the variety of his artistic output.  
  55. 55. 208. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) DRABINA (LADDER) signature, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, c. 1955 38cm by 44.5cm £500-700 209. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PORTRET STUDENCKI (PORTRAIT OF A STUDENT) signed in pencil on recto, photographer stamp on recto, silver print, c. 1950 47cm by 38cm £500-700 210. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PODNIESONE RECE (RAISED ARMS) signed l.l., photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, c. 1960 34cm by 28cm £500-700 213. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) TEATR - IALKI (THEATER - DOLLS) signature, title and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1965 27.5cm by 22cm £500-700 212. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ODBITE CIENIE (REFLECTED SHADOWS) signed with initials l.r., signature and title in pencil and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1980 39cm by 39cm £500-700 211. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PASKI - LITERATURA NA PLAZY (STRIPES - LITERATURE ON THE BEACH) signed l.l., signature, title and photographer stamps on verso, matt silver print, c. 1950 29cm by 37.5cm £500-700
  56. 56. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 214. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WIBRACJE (VIBES) signed l.r., signature, title, date and photographer stamp on verso, 1989 30cm by 46cm £500-700 215. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) DANKA signature and title in pencil and photographer stamp on verso, c. 1975 55.5cm by 42cm £500-700 216. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ZIMA I (WINTER I) signed with initials l.l., title and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1957 27cm by 28.5cm £500-700 219. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PRZEWIDYWANIA (PREDICTIONS) signed l.l., title and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1960 21cm by 26cm £500-700 218. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PEJZAZ ZIMOWY (WINTER LANDSCAPE) signature in pencil and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1950 26.5cm by 28cm £500-700 217. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ZDZIWIENIE (AMAZEMENT) signature, label and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1960 36cm by 28cm £500-700
  57. 57. 220. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PARYZ NA ZAPLECZU (PARIS IN THE BACKSTAGE) signed l.r., signature, title and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1954 23cm by 20cm £300-500 221. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ZAKONNICE I, ZAKONNICE II (NUNS I, NUNS II) first with signature, photographer stamp and label on verso, second with photographer stamp on verso, silver print Various sizes (2) £300-500 222. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) OKIENKA (WINDOWS) first with signature and date in pencil and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, second signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print c. 1990/1992 £300-500 225. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) AKT PRZED LUSTREM (MIRROR ACT) signed with initials l.l., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1960 24cm by 18cm £300-500 224. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SIECI (NETS) signed with initials u.r., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1960 27cm by 35cm £300-500 223. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WYOBRAZENIA (FANTASY) signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c.1960 23cm by 28.5cm cf. p. 110-111 and 116 Edward Hartwig “Poetic Rebel” £500-700
  58. 58. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 226. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) GLAZ Z KOBIETA W TLE (BOULDER WITH A WOMAN IN THE BACK) signed with initials, signature, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1970 27cm by 19cm £300-500 227. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PARYZANKA (PARISIAN) signed with initials l.l., signature, title, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, c. 1960 19cm by 25cm £300-500 228. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PRACOWNIA LUBELSKIEGO MALARZA W. FILIPIAKA (LUBLIN STUDIO OF THE PAINTER W. FILIPIAK) signature, title and photographer stamp on verso, 1940 28.5cm by 35.5cm £300-500 231. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KAMIENIE (STONES) signature, inscription, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1978 45cm by 37cm £300-500 230. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) JUWENALIA (STUDENT CARNIVAL) signed with initials l.l., signature, inscription and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1965 22.5cm by 38cm £300-500 229. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SZKLANA WIERZBA (GLASS WILLOW) signed with initials l.l., signature, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1989 28cm by 37cm £500-700
  59. 59. 232. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KRAJOBRAZ (LANDSCAPE) signed l.r., inscription, photographer stamps and label on verso, silver print, 1983 31cm by 39cm £300-500 233. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SZATNIA II (CLOAKROOM II) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1990 28cm by 36cm £300-500 234. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SZATNIA III (CLOAKROOM III) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1990 27.5cm by 37cm £300-500 237. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) CIEN (SHADOW) signed l.r., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1986 28.5cm by 38cm £300-500 236. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PORTRET MEZCZYZNY Z KWIATAMY (PORTRAIT OF A MAN WITH FLOWERS) signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1960 48cm by 39.5cm £300-500 235. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SZATNIA IV (CLOAKROOM IV) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1990 30cm by 38.5cm £300-500
  60. 60. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 238. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ZIMA II (WINTER II) signed with initials l.r., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1972 34cm by 44cm £300-500 239. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) STREFY OCHRONNE (PROTECTION ZONES) signed l.r., inscription and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1985 43cm by 31.5cm £300-500 240. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) FURTKA (GATEWAY) signed l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print 58cm by 44cm £300-500 243. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) DRZEWO (TREE) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silverprint, 1955 44.5cm by 34.5cm £300-500 242. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WLADYSLAW HASIOR - PORTRET (WLADYSLAW HASIOR - PORTRAIT) signature, inscription and date on verso, silverprint, 1960 40cm by 48cm £300-500 241. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WIERZBY I (WILLOWS I) signed l.r., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1989 34.5cm by 50.5cm £300-500
  61. 61. 244. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) MIESZKANIE (APARTMENT) signed l.l., photographer stamp and label on verso, silverprint, 1952 46cm by 35cm £300-500 245. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KANAL (CHANNEL) signed with initials l.l., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silverprint, late 1960 38cm by 49cm £300-500 246. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) POSAG (STATUE) signed with initials l.l., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1985 46cm by 39.5cm £300-500 249. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KAMIENIE (STONES) signed l.r., photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1957 29cm by 33cm £300-500 248. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PIELGRZYM (PILGRIM) signed l.r., title and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1986 39cm by 47cm £300-500 247. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) AKT W TLE DRZEWA (ACT WITH A TREE IN THE BACKGROUND) signed in pencil and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1960 43cm by 43cm £300-500
  62. 62. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 250. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) W PRACOWNI PLASTYKA (IN AN ARTIST’S STUDIO) signed l.l., signature, inscription and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1948 37cm by 30cm £300-500 251. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PAPIERY (PAPERS) mounted on card, signed l.l. on card, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1992 27cm by 36cm £300-500 252. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) AKT (ACT) signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1970 27cm by 22.5cm £500-700 255. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KRAJOBRAZ BALKANSKI (BALKAN LANDSCAPE) signed u.r., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1960 43cm by 38cm £300-500 254. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) NATURA (NATURE) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1960 22cm by 28.5cm £300-500 253. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WIERZBY II (WILLOWS II) signed with initials l.l., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1983 38.5cm by 42cm £300-500
  63. 63. 256. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KAZIMIERZ NAD WISLA (KAZIMIERZ ON THE VISTULA RIVER) signed l.r., inscription and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1960 28.5cm by 37.5cm £100-300 257. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KONIE (HORSES) on cardboard, signed l.r., signature, photographer stamps and label on verso, silver print, 1959 48cm by 39.5cm £100-300 258. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ARCHITEKTURA (ARCHITECTURE) signature, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, late 1970 38cm by 26.5cm £100-300 261. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WIERZBY III (WILLOWS III) signed l.r., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1980 26cm by 35cm £100-300 260. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ZASLONY (CURTAINS) one signed with initials l.l., both with signature, photographer stamps and labels on verso, silver print, c. 1980 £100-300 259. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SOLISTA BALETU (BALLET SOLOIST) signed l.r. and l.l., signatures, photographer stamps and labels, silver print, late 1950 £100-300
  64. 64. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 262. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KWITNACE DRZEWO (FLOWERING TREE) signed l.l., photographer stamp on verso, late 1970 34.5cm by 28cm £100-300 263. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) BAJKOWE WIERZBY (FAIRYTALE WILLOWS) signed l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1960, later print 37cm by 29cm £100-300 264. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WIERZBA (WILLOW) monogrammed l.l., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1970 34.5cm by 28.5cm £300-500 267. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SZYBA (GLASS WILLOW) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamps on verso, silver print, 1965 23cm by 28.5cm £100-300 266. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KONARY (LIMBS OF TREES) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1950 28cm by 37.5cm £100-300 265. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) POLA (FIELDS) signed with initials on l.r., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, c. 1950 29cm by 22cm £300-500
  65. 65. 268. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) STARA ULICZKA W BRUKSELY (OLD STREET IN BRUSSELS) signed with initials l.r., signature in pencil and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1950 26cm by 22cm £100-300 269. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PORTRETY (PORTRAITS) one signed l.l., both with signature and photographer stamps on verso, silver print, 1964 £100-300 270. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) RYTMY (RHYTHMS) one signed, signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1975 and modern copy print, 2001 £100-300 273. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) SPACER (WALK) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1986 27cm by 36.5cm £500-700 272. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ULICZKA (ALLEY) photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1950 25cm by 20.5cm £100-300 271. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) ZABYTEK (ANTIQUE) both signed l.r., both with signature, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1987 25.5cm by 19.5cm £100-300
  66. 66. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 274. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PRZY WODOPOJU (AT THE WATERING) signed l.r., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1950 28cm by 21.5cm £100-300 275. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PORTRET PODWOJNY PRZYJACIELA - JAN ZIOLKOWSKI (DOUBLE PORTRAIT OF A FRIEND - JAN ZIOLKOWSKI) one signed l.r., both with signature, title and photographer stamps on verso, silver print, 1975, 1958 27.5cm by 20.5cm £100-300 276. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) MANEKINY (MANNEQUINS) mounted on card, signed l.l. on card, title, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1992 23.5cm by 36cm £300-500 279. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KOMPOZYCJA (COMPOSITION) signed l.l. and l.r., photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, late 1980s £300-500 278. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WIESZAKI (HANGERS) signed l.l., photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1976 35cm by 27cm £500-700 277. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) FIORDY (FJORDS) signed l.l., title, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 1965 38.5 by 47cm £100-300
  67. 67. 280. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) RAMY (FRAMES) photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1970 28cm by 37.5cm £100-300 281. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PRZYSIEGA PRACY (WORK VOW) mounted on card, signed l.l. on card, photographer stamp on verso, silver print 22cm by 29cm £100-300 282. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PORTRET MODELKI (PORTRAIT OF A MODEL) signed with initials l.r., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1980 26.5cm by 21.5cm £100-300 284. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) OBSERWATORKA I SILACZ (OBSERVER AND A STRONGMAN) signed l.l. and l.r., signature, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, late 1960s £100-300 283. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) KRAJOBRAZ (LANDSCAPE) signed l.r., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, late 1940s 21.5cm by 27cm £100-300
  68. 68. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 285. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) PORTRET ZNAJOMEJ (PORTRAIT OF A STRANGER) signed l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1960 28.5cm by 34cm cf. p. 38-39 and 117 Edward Hartwig ‘Poetic Rebel’ £500-700 287. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WOLNOSC (FREEDOM) signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1950 26cm by 32.5cm £100-300 286. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WIERZBY IV (WILLOWS IV) signed with initials l.l., photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1950 27cm by 36.5cm £100-300
  69. 69. 289. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) DESKI (BOARDS) signed with initials, signature, photographer stamp and label on verso, silver print, 2003 32.5cm by 40cm £100-300 290. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WENECJA (VENICE II) signed with initials l.l., signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1970 36.5cm by 32cm £100-300 291. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) BUDOWA AUTOSTRADY (HIGHWAY CONSTRUCTION) signature and photographer stamp on verso, silver print, 1970 42cm by 38.5cm £100-300 288. •EDWARD HARTWIG (1909-2003) WENECJA (VENICE) one signed with initials l.l., one signature on verso, both with photographer stamp on verso, silverprint, 1950 £100-300
  70. 70. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers Storage On receipt of cleared funds, lots can be collected from 25 Blythe Road during the auction or immediately after its completion. Thereafter, all purchased lots will be stored at 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s premises. Please note that collection is BY APPOINTMENT on +44 (0) 207 602 4805. All lots should be cleared within two months of the auction date, after which they will be transferred to a third party for storage. A transfer fee of £10 per lot plus all incurred transfer and storage costs due to the third party will be payable prior to release. 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s Authenticity Guarantee If 25 Blythe Road Ltd sells an item of Property which is later shown to be a “Counterfeit”, subject to the terms below 25 Blythe Road Ltd will rescind the sale and refund the Buyer the total amount paid by the Buyer to 25 Blythe Road Ltd for that Property, up to a maximum of the Purchase Price. The Guarantee lasts for one (1) year after the date of the relevant auction, is for the benefit of the Buyer only and is non- transferable. “Counterfeit” means an item of Property that in 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s reasonable opinion is an imitation created with the intent to deceive over the authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source, where the correct description of such matters is not included in the catalogue description for the Property. Property shall not be considered Counterfeit solely because of any damage and/or restoration and/or modification work (including, but not limited to, recolouring, tooling or repatinating). Please note that this Guarantee does not apply if either:- (i) the catalogue description was in accordance with the generally accepted opinions of scholars and experts at the date of the sale, or the catalogue description indicated that there was a conflict of such opinions; or (ii) the only method of establishing at the date of the sale that the item was a Counterfeit would have been by means of processes not then generally available or accepted, unreasonably expensive or impractical; or likely to have caused damage to or loss in value to the Property (in 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s reasonable opinion); or (iii) there has been no material loss in value of the Property from its value had it accorded with its catalogue description. To claim under this Guarantee, the Buyer must:- (i) notify 25 Blythe Road Ltd in writing within one (1) month of receiving any information that causes the Buyer to question the authenticity or attribution of the Property, specifying the lot number, date of the auction at which it was purchased and the reasons why it is believed to be Counterfeit; and (ii) return the Property to 25 Blythe Road Ltd in the same condition as at the date of sale and be able to transfer good title in the Property, free from any third party claims arising after the date of the sale. 25 Blythe Road Ltd has discretion to waive any of the above requirements. 25 Blythe Road Ltd may require the Buyer to obtain at the Buyer’s cost the reports of two independent and recognised experts in the relevant field and acceptable to 25 Blythe Road Ltd. 25 Blythe Road Ltd shall not be bound by any reports produced by the Buyer, and reserves the right to seek additional expert advice at its own expense. In the event 25 Blythe Road Ltd decides to rescind the sale under this Guarantee, it may refund to the Buyer the reasonable costs of up to two mutually approved independent expert reports, provided always that the costs of such reports have been approved in advance and in writing by 25 Blythe Road Ltd. Conditions of Business for Buyers 1. Introduction (a) The contractual relationship of 25 Blythe Road Ltd and Sellers with prospective Buyers is governed by:- (i) these Conditions of Business for Buyers; (ii) the Conditions of Business for Sellers displayed in the saleroom and available from 25 Blythe Road Ltd; (iii) 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s Authenticity Guarantee; (iv) any additional notices and terms printed in the sale catalogue, in each case as amended by any saleroom notice or auctioneer’s announcement. (b) As auctioneer, 25 Blythe Road Ltd acts as agent for the Seller. Occasionally, 25 Blythe Road Ltd may own or have a financial interest in a lot. 2. Definitions “Bidder” is any person making, attempting or considering making a bid, including Buyers; “Buyer” is the person who makes the highest bid or offer accepted by the auctioneer, including a Buyer’s principal when bidding as agent; “Seller” is the person offering a lot for sale, including their agent, or executors; “BR” means 25 Blythe Road Ltd, Auctioneers, 25 Blythe Road, London, W14 0PD, company number 7982062. “Buyer’s Expenses” are any costs or expenses due to 25 Blythe Road Ltd from the Buyer; “Buyer’s Premium” is the commission payable by the Buyer on the Hammer Price at the rates set out in the Guide for Prospective Buyers; “Hammer Price” is the highest bid for the Property accepted by the auctioneer at the auction or the post auction sale price; “Purchase Price” is the Hammer Price plus applicable Buyer’s Premium and Buyer’s Expenses; “Reserve Price” (where applicable) is the minimum Hammer Price at which the Seller has agreed to sell a lot. The Buyer’s Premium, Buyer’s Expenses and Hammer Price are subject to VAT, where applicable. 3. Examination of Lots (a) BR’s knowledge of lots is partly dependent on information provided by the Seller and BR is unable to exercise exhaustive due diligence on each lot. Each lot is available for examination before sale. Bidders are responsible for carrying out examinations and research before sale to satisfy themselves over the condition of lots and accuracy of descriptions. (b) All oral and/or written information provided to Bidders relating to lots, including descriptions in the catalogue, condition reports or elsewhere are statements of BR’s opinion and not representations of fact. Estimates may not be relied on as a prediction of the selling price or value of the lot and may be revised from time to time at BR’s absolute discretion.
  71. 71. 4. Exclusions and limitations of liability to Buyers (a) BR shall refund the Purchase Price to the Buyer in circumstances where it deems that the lot is a Counterfeit, subject to the terms of BR’s Authenticity Guarantee. (b) Subject to Condition 4(a), neither BR nor the Seller:- (i) is liable for any errors or omissions in any oral or written information provided to Bidders by BR, whether negligent or otherwise; (ii) gives any guarantee or warranty to Bidders and any implied warranties and conditions are excluded (save in so far as such obligations cannot be excluded by English law), other than the express warranties given by the Seller to the Buyer (for which the Seller is solely responsible) under the Conditions of Business for Sellers; (iii) accepts responsibility to Bidders for acts or omissions (whether negligent or otherwise) by BR in connection with the conduct of auctions or for any matter relating to the sale of any lot. (c) Without prejudice to Condition 4(b), any claim against BR and/or the Seller by a Bidder is limited to the Purchase Price for the relevant lot. Neither BR nor the Seller shall be liable for any indirect or consequential losses. (d) Nothing in Condition 4 shall exclude or limit the liability of BR or the Seller for death or personal injury caused by the negligent acts or omissions of BR or the Seller. 5. Bidding at Auction (a) BR has absolute discretion to refuse admission to the auction. Before sale, Bidders must complete a Registration Form and supply such information and references as BR requires. Bidders are personally liable for their bid and are jointly and severally liable with their principal, if bidding as agent (in which case BR’s prior and express consent must be obtained). (b) BR advises Bidders to attend the auction, but BR will endeavour to execute absentee written bids provided that they are, in BR’s opinion, received in sufficient time and in legible form. (c) When available, written and telephone bidding is offered as a free service at the Bidder’s risk and subject to BR’s other commitments; BR is therefore not liable for failure to execute such bids. Telephone bidding may be recorded. 6. Import, Export and Copyright Restrictions BR and the Seller make no representations or warranties as to whether any lot is subject to import, export or copyright restrictions. It is the Buyer’s sole responsibility to obtain any copyright clearance or any necessary import, export or other licence required by law, including licences required under the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). 7. Conduct of the Auction (a) The auctioneer has discretion to refuse bids, withdraw or re-offer lots for sale (including after the fall of the hammer) if (s)he believes that there may be an error or dispute, and may also take such other action as (s)he reasonably deems necessary. (b) The auctioneer will commence and advance the bidding in such increments as (s)he considers appropriate and is entitled to place bids on the Seller’s behalf up to the Reserve Price for the lot, where applicable. (c) Subject to Condition 7(a), the contract between the Buyer and the Seller is concluded on the striking of the auctioneer’s hammer. (d) Any post-auction sale of lots shall incorporate these Conditions of Business. 8. Payment and Collection (a) Unless otherwise agreed in advance, payment of the Purchase Price is due in pounds sterling immediately after the auction (the “Payment Date”). (b) Title in a lot will not pass to the Buyer until BR has received the Purchase Price in cleared funds. BR will generally not release a lot to a Buyer before payment. Earlier release shall not affect passing of title or the Buyer’s obligation to pay the Purchase Price, as above. (c) The refusal of any licence or permit required by law, as outlined in Condition 6, shall not affect the Buyer’s obligation to pay for the lot, as per Condition 8(a). (d) The Buyer must arrange collection of lots within 10 working days of the auction. Purchased lots are at the Buyer’s risk from the earlier of (i) collection or (ii) 10 working days after the auction. Until risk passes, BR will compensate the Buyer for any loss or damage to the lot up to a maximum of the Purchase Price actually paid by the Buyer. BR’s assumption of risk is subject to the exclusions detailed in Condition 5(d) of the Conditions of Business for Sellers. (e) All packing and handling of lots is at the Buyer’s risk. BR will not be liable for any acts or omissions of third party packers or shippers. 9. Remedies for non-payment Without prejudice to any rights that the Seller may have, if the Buyer without prior agreement fails to make payment for the lot within 5 working days of the auction, BR may in its sole discretion exercise 1 or more of the following remedies:- (a) store the lot at its premises or elsewhere at the Buyer’s sole risk and expense; (b) cancel the sale of the lot; (c) set off any amounts owed to the Buyer by BR against any amounts owed to BR by the Buyer for the lot; (d) reject future bids from the Buyer; (e) charge interest at 4% per annum above HSBC Bank plc Base Rate from the Payment Date to the date that the Purchase Price is received in cleared funds; (f) re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at BR’s discretion, in which case the Buyer will be liable for any shortfall between the original Purchase Price and the amount achieved on re-sale, including all costs incurred in such re-sale; (g) Exercise a lien over any Buyer’s Property in BR’s possession, applying the sale proceeds to any amounts owed by the Buyer to BR. BR shall give the Buyer 14 days’ written notice before exercising such lien; (h) commence legal proceedings to recover the Purchase Price for the lot, plus interest and legal costs; (i) disclose the Buyer’s details to the Seller to enable the Seller to commence legal proceedings
  72. 72. Harry Moore-Gwyn - BRITISH & CONTINENTAL PICTURES & PRINTS & Arnaud Delas - PHOTOGRAPHS - 17 March 2016 25 Blythe Road | London’s Specialist Auctioneers 10. Failure to collect purchases (a) If the Buyer pays the Purchase Price but does not collect the lot within 20 working days of the auction, the lot will be stored at the Buyer’s expense and risk at BR’s premises or in independent storage (b) If a lot is paid for but uncollected within 6 months of the auction, following 60 days written notice to the Buyer, BR will re-sell the lot by auction or privately, with estimates and reserves at BR’s discretion. The sale proceeds, less all BR’s costs, will be forfeited unless collected by the Buyer within 2 years of the original auction. 11. Data Protection (a) BR will use information supplied by Bidders or otherwise obtained lawfully by BR for the provision of auction related services, client administration, marketing and as otherwise required by law. (b) By agreeing to these Conditions of Business, the Bidder agrees to the processing of their personal information and to the disclosure of such information to third parties world-wide for the purposes outlined in Condition 11(a) and to Sellers as per Condition 9(i). 12. Miscellaneous (a) All images of lots, catalogue descriptions and all other materials produced by BR are the copyright of BR. (b) These Conditions of Business are not assignable by any Buyer without BR’s prior written consent, but are binding on Bidders’ successors, assigns and representatives. (c) The materials listed in Condition 1(a) set out the entire agreement between the parties. (d) If any part of these Conditions of Business be held unenforceable, the remaining parts shall remain in full force and effect. (e) These Conditions of Business shall be interpreted in accordance with English Law, under the exclusive jurisdiction of the English Courts, in favour of BR. 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s Authenticity Guarantee If 25 Blythe Road Ltd sells an item of Property which is later shown to be a “Counterfeit”, subject to the terms below 25 Blythe Road Ltd will rescind the sale and refund the Buyer the total amount paid by the Buyer to 25 Blythe Road Ltd for that Property, up to a maximum of the Purchase Price. The Guarantee lasts for one (1) year after the date of the relevant auction, is for the benefit of the Buyer only and is non- transferable. “Counterfeit” means an item of Property that in 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s reasonable opinion is an imitation created with the intent to deceive over the authorship, origin, date, age, period, culture or source, where the correct description of such matters is not included in the catalogue description for the Property. Property shall not be considered Counterfeit solely because of any damage and/or restoration and/or modification work (including, but not limited to, recolouring, tooling or repatinating). Please note that this Guarantee does not apply if either:- (i) the catalogue description was in accordance with the generally accepted opinions of scholars and experts at the date of the sale, or the catalogue description indicated that there was a conflict of such opinions; or (ii) the only method of establishing at the date of the sale that the item was a Counterfeit would have been by means of processes not then generally available or accepted, unreasonably expensive or impractical; or likely to have caused damage to or loss in value to the Property (in 25 Blythe Road Ltd’s reasonable opinion); or (iii) there has been no material loss in value of the Property from its value had it accorded with its catalogue description. To claim under this Guarantee, the Buyer must:- (i) notify 25 Blythe Road Ltd in writing within one (1) month of receiving any information that causes the Buyer to question the authenticity or attribution of the Property, specifying the lot number, date of the auction at which it was purchased and the reasons why it is believed to be Counterfeit; and (ii) return the Property to 25 Blythe Road Ltd in the same condition as at the date of sale and be able to transfer good title in the Property, free from any third party claims arising after the date of the sale. 25 Blythe Road Ltd has discretion to waive any of the above requirements. 25 Blythe Road Ltd may require the Buyer to obtain at the Buyer’s cost the reports of two independent and recognised experts in the relevant field and acceptable to 25 Blythe Road Ltd. 25 Blythe Road Ltd shall not be bound by any reports produced by the Buyer, and reserves the right to seek additional expert advice at its own expense. In the event 25 Blythe Road Ltd decides to rescind the sale under this Guarantee, it may refund to the Buyer the reasonable costs of up to two mutually approved independent expert reports, provided always that the costs of such reports have been approved in advance and in writing by 25 Blythe Road Ltd.
  73. 73. Charles Miller MARITIME & SCIENTIFIC MODELS Auction: 10 May 2016 Matthew Barton EUROPEAN & ASIAN WORKS OF ART Auction: 24 May 2016 Thomas Del Mar ANTIQUE ARMS, ARMOUR & MILITARIA Auction: 29 June 2016 AUCTION CALENDAR

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