An Early 19th Century Primitive Seascape.
Swedish circa 1820.
A charming, highly impasto painting of a coastal town perched perilously close to ‘popcorn’ sea.
Original hand-painted frame. Later inscription on the reverse: ‘Tillhor Mary Hagglof, Karlavagen 91, Stokholm’.
Dimensions: 63.5cm (25”) high; 71cm (28”) wide.
A 17th Century Oil on Canvas Depicting Christ at the Column.
Spanish circa 1630.
A full-length portrait of Christ tethered to a post. The artist has flattened the space, reducing the figure to a minimum, using chiaroscuro to direct attention to crucial parts of the composition.
In a fruitwood frame.
Dimensions: 128.5cm (50.5") high; 88cm (34.5") wide.
An Early 19th Century Study of a Cow.
English, 1820, George Bailey Bawtry.
A Prize Short Horn Cow set within a wooded landscape.
Oil on canvas. Original birds-eye maple frame. Signed and dated to verso: 'Painted by George Bailey Bantry 1820'.
Dimensions: 60cm (23.5") high; 80cm (31.5") wide.
An Early 19th Century Watercolour Painting of West Grinstead Park, Sussex.
English circa 1840.
A charming depiction of West Grinstead Park, the home of Walter Burrell (1777 – 1831), MP for Sussex. The castellated Gothic style house, designed by John Nash, sits in an elevated position framed by trees and deer.
Original water gilt frame.
Dimensions: 21cm (8.5") high; 27cm (10.5") wide.
An 18th Century Watercolour of North Muskham House.
English circa 1795.
An unusual architectural study of a Palladian villa belonging to Joseph Pocklington, a wealthy eccentric whose amateur designs were described by William Wordsworth as "mere puerilities”... Please see our blog for more!
Inscribed: "North Muskham House near Newark, Nottinghamshire, belonging to Mr Joseph Pocklington of Barrow House near Heswick Cumberland. Foundation laid July 8 1793 by Mr JB."
Dimensions: 56cm (22") high; 69cm (27") wide.
An Early 19th Century Pencil Sketch of Hagley Park, Worcestershire.
English circa 1800.
A landscape depicting the Palladian country house set within a picturesque landscape showing an obelisk and temple. Label to the reverse reading: ‘…the seat of Lord Cobham in Worcestershire built for Lord George Lyttleton by Sanderson Miller'.
Exhibited: Covent Garden Gallery
Dimensions: 53cm (21") high; 70cm (27 ½”) wide.