David James, British, active circa 1883-1897. Oil on Canvas. Paintings sell for up to $70,000.
Robert Downman, British, 1750-1824. This elegant and rare portrait of Mrs Hunt and her Niece Mary Eltron is early 19th C oil on canvas 36"h by 30"w in a lovely original period frame 44"h by 35"w with an original period wood plaque inscribed Portrait of Mrs Hunt and her Niece Mary Eltron
Frederick William Hattersley,British, b 1859- , Oil on board, signed lower left, 12"H by 9" W. Period frame 15.25"H by 12.25"W.
W Livingston Anderson, British, 1856-1893. Oil on canvas in 19th c frame, signed, and inscribed Roma 1889, 18"W by 24"H.
Robert Fowler, British, 1853-1926. Oil on Canvas, signed 16"W by 22"H.
19th Century Continental Oil on Canvas on 4 panel standing screen. Painted saying in old French on one panel translates as Shame on he that thinks poorly of it (bad thoughts)"
William Henry Wheelwright, British, 1858-1897 This is a wonderful set of small painting on wood panels: Taking a Fence; Fully Cry; Out from the Woods; Spotted! and The Kill: they are housed in newer European frames. He is a well listed artists known for sporting scenes and his paintings sell for up to 40,000.
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Abbey Alston, British, 1866-1949. This lovely pre raphaelite painting is a a wonderful example of this well known artist. It is oil on canvas, signed lower left in good condition. It is 24" by 36" housed in a period style frame 31" by 43". His works sell for up to $60,000.
Charles H D Boland de Spa, Belgian, 19th-20th C. This is a lovely 19th C Oil on Canvas, signed and dates 1886. The painting is 12 5/8" by 17 1/4 in a newer gold frame 16 1/8" by 20 3/4".
Henry John Yeend King, British, 1855-1924. This wonderful pastoral painting is a perfect example of Yeend King's work. It is oil on canvas signed lower right in the original european frame. It is 18" by 24" and framed dimension's are 24.5" by Yeend King's paintings sell for up to $130,000 at auction.
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Samuel John Peploe, Britain, Edinburgh 1871-1935. This large impressive dreamy impressionist painting is oil on canvas, signed lower right and on stretcher bar. It is 24 2/16"H by 36 3/16" W in a newer impressionist style frame 37 3/4"H by 49 5/8"W. It has been lined with some scattered inpainting. Peploe studied at the College of Art in Edinburgh and the Academie Julian under Bouguereau and a member of the Scottish Royal Academy. His work is in the Edinburg and Glasgow Museums, is listed in Benezit and his paintings sell for up to 1 Million USD.Samuel John Peploe (27 January 1871 – 11 October 1935) was a Scottish Post-Impressionist* painter, noted for his still life works and for being one of the group of four painters that became known as the Scottish Colourists*. The other colourists were John Duncan Fergusson, Francis Cadell and Leslie Hunter. Born in Edinburgh, he studied at the Royal Scottish Academy schools from 1893 to 1894, and then at the Academie Julian* and Academie Colarossi* in Paris, where he shared a room with painter Robert Brough. He visited Holland in 1895, returning with reproductions of work by Rembrandt and Frans Hals. From 1901, he undertook painting trips to Northern France and the Hebrides with his friend J. D. Fergusson, another of the Scottish Colourists. Inspired by the bright sunlight, he experimented with the bold use of colour, and the influence of the rustic realism of French painters, and of the modernist Glasgow Boys*, is evident in his landscapes.Peploe moved to Paris in 1910, a period which saw him concentrate increasingly on still life and landscape painting. His still life works show the influence of Manet, with combinations of fluid brushwork, thick impasto* and dark backgrounds with strong lighting. Returning to Scotland in 1912, he went on regular painting trips with friends to many parts of the country, and during the 1920s he spent several summers with Francis Cadell, another Scottish Colourist, painting in Iona. Peploe was strongly influenced by French painting throughout his life. Although his work never became overly abstract, it was notable for its use of strong colour, tight composition, and meticulous execution. He died in Edinburgh in 1935. His paintings sell for up to $1.5 Million at auction.
Thomas Hand, British, 1771-1804, Hunters with Dogs
Charles Sillem Lidderdale, British, 1831-1895. This beautiful portrait is a fine example of one of the premier pre-raphaelite painters in the 19th C. It is a portrait of a beautiful young woman going to market with a basket of doves to sell. It is 24 1/8" by 34 2/8" in an original 3" 19th C frame. It is signed lower left with a monogram. This may very well have been a collaboration with Sir John Millais. The face is extremely beautiful. His paintings sell for up to $60,000 and are highly sought after.
Oliver Clare, British, 1853-1927. This charming oil on panel is a perfect example of Oliver Clare's work. It is lovely and exquisitely painted. It is 9" by 11.5" in a lovely modern gold leaf frame. His painting sell for up to $20,000.
John Bagnold Burgess, British, 1830-1897. This portrait is a fine example of Bagnold's work. It is oil on canvas in a 19th C frame. His paintings sell for up to $70,000
Ernest Charles Walbourn, British, 1872-1927. This lovely painting has all the elements that Walbourn is known for: A Lovely Lady outdoors in the english country side enjoying her garden. It is oil on canvas, signed lower right and is 19.5" by 14" framed in an early 20th C frame with a Findley Galleries verso. Framed dimensions are 27.5" by 22".
John Linnell, British, 1792-1882, Landscape with Fisherman, oil on canvas in original 19th C frame, signed lower middle right. The painting is 13" h by 17" w and with frame is 18.5" by 22.5". It has been lined but blacklights very well with no repairs but some age appropriate cracquelure. The signature blacklights well. He is a very well thought english artist known for landscapes and farming scenes. His paintings sell for up to $300,000.
Ernest Walbourn, British, 1872-1920. Oil on canvas, 18" by 30" in a beautiful period frame.