Roger Bradbury Antiques
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Pen : Pre 1920 item #1307844
Roger Bradbury Antiques
£1,250.00
A beautiful set of six monochrome ink and wash drawings highlighted with white depicting various views of London to include The Tower & Tower Bridge, Albert Memorial & Albert Hall, Piccadilly Circus, Queen Victoria Memorial & Buckingham Palace, Admiralty Arch, Rotten Row by A J Meyer It is quite obvious that these were executed around the turn of the last Century, capturing the hustle and bustle of everyday life frozen in time. All presented within glazed frames. Size: 25.5cm by 40cm
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Pen : Pre 1900 item #1307077
Roger Bradbury Antiques
£185.00
An amusing scene, a rather large lady climbing onto an already overladen cart full of her belongings. There is a real look of indignation on the poor horses face. There are six Family members plus a black cat. A very funny pen and ink sketch which is a great talking point, perhaps a hint for someone who has overstayed their welcome. Signed lower right RL Waller, presented within a shabby gilt glazed frame with ivory mount. Size image only: 29.5cm by 36.5cm
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Pencil : Pre 1900 item #1307067
Roger Bradbury Antiques
£325.00
A fine pencil sketch, highlighted with white and colour of a most handsome, fresh faced young Victorian boy with blue eyes, his long blonde hair falling gracefully on his cream silk ruff. Signed with initials CJE. I call this irresistible for a collection of nice portraits. Presented within a glazed giltwood oval frame. Size including frame: H 56cm W 47cm
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Charcoal : Pre 1980 item #1307066
Roger Bradbury Antiques
£125.00
An impressive and animated charcoal sketch on card heightened with white of a naked young woman lovingly holding her child. Artists initials lower left, unfortunately I cannot identify these, perhaps someone can help? in good condition, unframed presented on duck egg blue card with ivory mount. Size including mount: 33cm by 50.5cm
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Pen : Pre 1940 item #1307064
Roger Bradbury Antiques
£135.00
‘Please Sir Can we have Nearer My God to Thee at Service!?’ This is quite possibly by AM Burrage. This year is the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War and memorable sketches such as this are becoming highly sought after. Slight dog ear corners but rectified when framed. Signed lower right , titled below and labelled verso. Unframed. Size: 38.5cm by 28.25cm
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Pencil : Pre 1930 item #1307062
Roger Bradbury Antiques
£375.00
‘Beautiful Young Girl’ A most charming pencil sketch of a teenage Victorian girl, seated and wearing a formal day dress of the period. Storey was born in London, but educated in Paris. When he returned to London, he worked briefly for an architect before studying under J.M Leigh and J.L. Dulong. Though not a pupil he was also encouraged by William Behnes the sculptor, whose studio he visited. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1852 and studied at the Royal Academy schools from 1854...
All Items : Fine Art : Drawings : Charcoal : Pre 1910 item #1306804
Roger Bradbury Antiques
£135.00
Pair of Charcoal portraits, two young sisters looking towards each other. These would be ideal interior decorators items, totally original including gilt gesso frames with some losses. Gallery label to one verso, both signed and dated lower left. Size: 43cm by 32.5cm