Pair of Italianate Gouaches of Figures and Architectural Ruins, on paper with arched tops. Probably French, 18th/19th Century. (foxing)
n.b. These may be 18th Century wallpaper panels.
Frame: 32" x 13.25"
A finely done silhouette of a gentleman, in its original frame and convex glass. Most silhouettes are hollowcut or cut and paste, with the painted examples, as this one is, being much rarer. The artist, using watercolor and pen and ink, showed his skill with his beautiful rendering and interesting attention to embellishments along the skull line, neck, etc.
The painting and frame are in excellent condition, with no tears, folds, restoration...
Ramsay Richard Reinagle,1775-1862, British, Returning Home, a shepherd ad his flock, watercolor on paper, signed and dated 1807, L.L. image size 20X27 inches, period gilt frame
Circa 1798-1818, an exceptional watercolor by J. W. Williams of Scarborough’s South Bay. In the background on the tall cliffs are the remaining ruins of ancient Scarborough Castle. A lighthouse unrecorded prior to 1806 is in the foreground. In excellent condition, any perceived imperfections are from camera reflections on the glass. Two of Williams’ watercolors were accepted for the Royal Academy Exhibition of 1808. Sight size: 6.5” x 10.5” (Framed: 14” x 20”)...
Watercolor on velvet, with eglomise mat and what appears to be the original gilt frame 27.5" x 32"--Depicting Pharaoh's daughter and the baby Moses.
Provenance: The Edith Halpert Collection--Sotheby's1973. Exhibited : The Jewish Museum, NYC--"Biblical Themes." 1954-55. Sotheby's June Americana sale 1999.
French J. Dodd House in a Park watercolour landscape painting 1837. This wonderful landscape watercolor depicts a large estate with horse, people, cows, horses, haystacks and a church in the distance. This watercolour was painted by J Dodd of Paris in 1837. Dodd exhibited from 1832 through 1839. The original birdseye maple frame measures 20 and one half inches by 15 and one quarter inches and the watercolor measures 12 and one half by 18 inches. Very good to excellent condition...
10" x 7.5" original giltwood frame, note label. Signed clearly but I can't quite decipher it--the date is clear 1834. Watercolor on paper.
This is a very nicely done signed watercolor by artist M.S. Parker, 1842, in an oval frame (see photos). M.S. Parker was an active artist in Philadelphia from 1835-1846. In January, 1939 an antiques magazine published this image. Condition is good; frame has some wear/tear (age-related) and there are 3 water spots above and to the left of the head of the sitter. Dimensions: height 13.75" by width 11.5"
Undoubtedly the most popular disciple of Buddha for artistic portrayal was the Japanese monk Daruma, most likely because his extreme devotion lent itself easily to ludicrous interpretation. Here, however, is a more eerie aspect of the legend: the reappearance of the aesthete some years after his death when he was seen in the western mountains of China, to whom he had introduced Zen Buddhism, traveling towards India, barefoot with one sandal in his right hand...
East Horsley, Surrey, The House of William Currie, Esq.
Broom House Near Dorking, Surrey
John Hassell (English, 1767-1825)
Pair of watercolors on paper, the latter signed and dated: “1822”.
Image size: 6” x 8”
Frame size: 13.5” x 15”
John Hassell was an engraver and drawing master as well as a prolific author...
In original frame, 20.5" x 25", inscribed to the memory of Susannah Osborn, Susannah Southwick and Ebenezar Southwick, (apparently from Peabody, Massachusetts.)
Circa 1830. Original watercolor from the artist Seisei Shugetsu's sketchbook of a mythical unicorn type animal. Bears label to verso from Brentano's Galerie Moderne with artist's name, date, and the title "Mythical Animal" In very good condition with just some light foxing, it measures sight size: 7" high by 9.75" wide, framed size 15.5" x 20.75".
If only I knew exactly where this is, typical colonial buildings, horse, carriage
and tribesmen in local dress.
An impressive range of mountains in the background, sandstorm to the right.
A nicely painted piece in original, rather tatty frame (original glass).
Size: 16.5cm x 24cm
This pretty watercolour depicts rows of Apple trees laden with ripe apples
just ready for picking. The orchard is in Costrong, West Sussex. It is signed
in the lower left hand corner "Barbara Walsham".
The painting is in it's original plain wood frame with a double Ivory mount.
This Edwardian, East Anglia Watercolour depicts a team man watering
his heavy horses after a hard days work pulling a wagon, which is being
pushed in to the cartshead next to the pub.
A tranquil, well painted scene with the villiage pond, a rare sight these
In good overall original condition however, there are some areas of
light staining in the sky but I would forgive this as it is an honest
picture in it's original Giltwood, glazed frame and wood backing.
Signed lower rig...
A fine quality painting, a striking similarity to Edward VII when he was Prince of Wales. He is riding a grey gelding, note the hogged tail, a sight we don’t see these days.
The hounds are beautifully drawn and are just as they should be.
A wonderful painting for the hunting type, very good condition, presented within a glazed giltwood frame with ivory wash line mount.
Size with frame W85cm H69cm without frame W60cm H43.5cm
A lovely pair of watercolour depicting Datchet as it was in the 19th Century. Good attention to detail which means that they were almost certainly painted from life. Some minor foxing, to me most acceptable.
Ideal for someone who lives in this beautiful village.
Presently us framed
View of a Town
A.G. Coleman (English, 19th century)
Watercolor on board, signed and dated” “1889”.
Coleman exhibited at the Society of British Artists, Suffolk Street in 1887 and is listed in Woods, Dictionary of Victorian Artists.
Sight size: 9.75” x 13.5”
Frame size: 17” x 21”