Fine Art & Antique

Thursday 22nd November 2018 - Friday 23rd November 2018

Viewing:

  • Wednesday 21st November 2018 10am - 7pm
  • Thursday 22nd November 9am - 10am
  • Friday 23rd November  9am - 10am

Sale Times:

  • Thursday 22nd November 10am:   Lots 1 - 588
  • Friday 23rd November 10am:  Lots 589 - 1103

Sale Currency: GBP

Terms & Conditions of Sale

Lot 21

AFTER PABLO RUIZ PICASSO (1881-1973). Spanish school, abstract figure study 'Femme Au Chapeau Fleur, 1962', see verso, unsigned, woodcut on paper, framed and glazed, 65 x 49 cm

Estimate: £100-150

Lot 22

CHARLES BARBER (1784-1854). 'An Old Welsh Cottage', see verso, unsigned, monotone watercolour on paper, framed and glazed, 19 x 25 cm, together with 'Lynmouth', inscribed, with figures on harbour wall, unsigned, charcoal and body colour on paper, framed and glazed, 21 x 28 cm

Estimate: £60-80

Lot 23

SERRE. Twentieth century Continental school, three in one frame surreal study of a female receiving a massage, all signed in plate lower right, woodcuts on paper, framed and glazed, average 11 x 14 cm

Estimate: £40-60

Lot 24

MICHAEL LYNE (1912-1989). Studies from some of the artist's original drawings for Daphne Moore's 'In Nimrods Footsteps' and illustrations from 'A Review of Coursing', both signed in pencil lower right, prints on paper, framed and glazed, 36 x 48 cm

Hammer price: £40

Estimate: £40-60

Lot 25

TITANIC INTEREST - AFTER S.W.FISHER, 'Salvation', signed to the border in pencil by the artist and also signed by Titanic survivors Millvina Dean and Margaret Howman, colour print, limited edition AP 40/150, framed and glazed, 34 x 67.5 cm together with 'The Titanic Arriving At Cherbourg' signed to the border in pencil by the artist and also signed by Titanic survivor Millvina Dean, colour print, limited edition AP 104/150, framed and glazed, 34 x 68 cm (2)¦
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Hammer price: £130

Estimate: £150-200

Lot 26

HANNAH NAGEL (1907-1995). Cafe interior with figures, mixed media on paper, signed, framed and glazed, 31 x 23 cm

Hammer price: £120

Estimate: £50-100

Lot 27

PHILIP NAVIASKY (1894-1993). Study of a seated female nude, signed lower left, crayon on paper, framed and glazed, 39 x 26 cm

Estimate: £200-250

Lot 28

AFTER MARC CHAGALL. A stained glass window design, signed in pencil to margin upper left, coloured print on paper, framed and glazed, 32 x 23 cm

Hammer price: £320

Estimate: £200-300

Lot 29

JOAN E. WOOLLARD. A modernist moorland village scene, signed in pencil and dated 1964 lower right, coloured lithograph on paper, framed and glazed, 42 x 75 cm

Estimate: £30-50

Lot 30

HENRY WILKINSON (1921-2011). Study of gun dogs, signed in pencil, etching, framed and glazed, 23 x 30 cm

Hammer price: £40

Estimate: £20-40

Lot 31

EVE DISHER (1894-1991). Portrait of a Jamaican girl, unsigned, mixed media, framed, 56 x 44 cm

Estimate: £60-100

Lot 32

EVE DISHER (1894-1991). Portrait of a lady, signed lower left, mixed media, laid on board, unframed, 57 x 42 cm

Estimate: £50-80

Lot 33

ALLAN McNAB (b.1901). A 5th State Continental harbour scene with figures and numerous ships and sailing vessels, town beyond, signed and dated 1926 in pencil lower right margin, etching on paper, framed and glazed, 31 x 38 cm

Estimate: £200-250

Lot 34

KEN ABENDANA SPENCER (1929-2005). Abstract figure composition, signed lower left, mixed media on paper, framed and glazed, 62 x 51 cm

Estimate: £150-200

Lot 35

PIERRE BRUNO (XXI). Industrial scene, signed in pencil to the margin, certificated verso, lithograph, framed and glazed, 46 x 37 cm

Estimate: £20-40

Lot 36

SAMUEL PROUT (1783-1852). A cottage, monogrammed lower right and dated '49, pencil sketch, framed and glazed, 19 x 29 cm

Hammer price: £40

Estimate: £30-50

Lot 37

BENJAMIN WILLIAMS LEADER (1831-1923). Three pencil sketches 'Farm buildings seen across a field', Footbridge in a wooded landscape' and 'Rocky shoreline, North Cornwall', all dated, Frost & Reed gallery labels verso, framed and glazed, largest 13.5 x 21.5 cm (3)

Hammer price: £120

Estimate: £120-150

Lot 38

CHRISTOPHER PENNY (1947-2001). 'Felbrigg Hall', signed in pencil lower right, artist's proof etching and aquatint on paper, framed and glazed, 39 x 51 cm

Estimate: £40-60

Lot 39

HILARY ADAIR (b.1943). British school, 'The Blue Chair', see verso, signed and dated 1986 in pencil lower right, limited edition coloured print on paper, 45 / 50, framed and glazed, 46 x 32 cm

Estimate: £30-50

Lot 40

WILLIAM NEWNHAM MONTAUGE ORPEN (1878-1931). Irish school, study of a female semi-nude sitting on a rocky outcrop 'The Bather', inscribed, signed lower right in ink, print on paper, unframed, 21 x 28 cm¦
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Hammer price: £140

Estimate: £80-120

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