Antiques, Furniture, Collectables & Household Sale on
Tuesday 14th March 2017
On view:
Saturday 11th March 9am - 1pm
Monday 13th March 9am - 4pm
Lots: 701-740 of 740
Lot 701
F S N - pair of marine watercolours, monogrammed and dated '04, 7 x 20in.
Sold for:   £25
Lot 702
T. M. Watts - WWI oil on board, battleships in combat, signed and dated '16, some history verso, 8 x 11in., a pair of oils on board, same artist, a large oil on board, Betws Y Coed, signed W. Bange and dated 1922, 48 x 30in. and a moulded gilt wall mirror
Sold for:   £80
Lot 703
Formerly attributed to David Cox - 19th century watercolour, country pathway with figures, bearing a signature, moulded gilt frame, 21 x 25in. - remains of old label verso
Estimate:  £50 - 70
Sold for:   £30
Lot 704
A quantity of household pictures, all framed
Sold for:   £15
Lot 705
E. St. John - watercolour, panoramic view at Ashcombe, near Lewes, signed, 12 x 19in.
Estimate:  £100 - 150
  
Lot 706
Philip D. Hawkins - oil on canvas, Ventnor Railway Station featuring British Railways tank locomotive, Calbourne, signed, 16 x 20in.
Estimate:  £300 - 400
Sold for:   £1500
Lot 707
Mike Turner, railway artist, railway station at Shoreham-by-Sea, British Railways passenger locomotive approaching, signed and dated '91, 10 x 14in.
Estimate:  £200 - 250
  
Lot 708
Mike Turner - railway artist, Southampton Central railway station with steam passenger locomotives approaching and departing, signed and dated '89, 12 x 18in.
Estimate:  £150 - 200
  
Lot 709
Mike Turner, railway artist - watercolour, steam locomotives at Brighton Station, signed and dated '91, 14 x 20in.
Estimate:  £200 - 250
Sold for:   £180
Lot 710
A Victorian marine watercolour - harbour with moored boating and figures, unsigned, 22 x 30in.
  
Lot 711
A primitive WWI oil on board, apparent attack of an ocean-going liner from German bi-plane, indistinctly monogrammed lower right, 13 x 27in. - diagonal cracks lower left
  
Lot 712
An abstract modern artwork, thick impasto on board, 24 x 48in. and a group of other framed pictures
Sold for:   £20
Lot 713
P. Nasmyth - 19th century oil on board, country house and gardens, signed, 10 x 14in.
Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £100
Lot 714
Naray Aurel (Hungarian, 1883-1948) - Impressionist oil on canvas, mother and young child, signed, 26 x 22in.
Estimate:  £250 - 350
Sold for:   £480
Lot 715
Colin Selly - oil on canvas, woman seated at window, signed, 40 x 30in.
Sold for:   £10
Lot 716
Pergal - oil on board, continental harbour with moored boats and distant buildings, signed, labelled verso, 13 x 46in. - some flakes to oils
Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £100
Lot 717
A 19th century oil on board, riverside pathway with figures and horses, unsigned, 18 x 24in. - unsightly spots; cleaned
Estimate:  £50 - 100
Sold for:   £45
Lot 718
H. Cranmore - still life watercolour, signed and dated 1851, 13 x 17in., oval coloured silk tapestry, oval, carved wood mirror and one other framed picture
Sold for:   £55
Lot 719
George Cockram RI RCA (1861-1950) - watercolour, entitled verso, The Dunes, Cymmeran Bay, Rhosneigr, Anglesey, signed, hand-written label verso, 9.5 x 14in., in original frame SEE ILLUSTRATION
Estimate:  £800 - 1200
Sold for:   £2600
Lot 720
James Lambert jnr (1741-1799) - pen and watercolour, Lewes Castle, with foreground graveyard, signed and dated 1792, 13 x 18in. SEE ILLUSTRATION
Footnote:
Lewes Castle was built by William de Warenne, 1st Earl of Surrey and brother-in-law of William I 'the Conqueror' in 1087. It was always an important bastion of medieval power and in 1264 played a significant part in the Battle of Lewes. As a consequence of the battle, the King came under the control of de Montfort with his son Edward confined (in some comfort) as a guarantor of his father's good behavior. However, a year later at the Battle of Evesham, Simon de Montfort was heavily defeated by the King and Prince Edward who had escaped from captivity to organise opposition to the rebel barons. De Montfort was killed alongside his son Henry. The war dragged on for two more years but complete reconciliation did not come until 1275 with 'the Provisions of Oxford'
Estimate:  £400 - 600
  
Lot 721
James Lambert jnr. (1741-1779) - pen and watercolour, inscribed, 'St. Nicholas's Hospital, Lewes', oval, signed and dated 1779, 9 x 12in. - label verso
Footnote:
James Lambert junior was the nephew and pupil of the landscape artist James Lambert Senior (1735-1788). Originally a coach and sign painter he later turned to landscape painting in both oils and watercolour. Most of his known work (he is a rare artist) concerns topographical and landscape subjects. He lived in Lewes and his work is represented in several public collections and galleries, including the Lewes Castle Museum. The V&A
has works by Lambert who exhibited at the RA 1769-78.
Estimate:  £200 - 300
  
Lot 722
James Lambert jnr. (1741-1779) - pen and watercolour, inscribed, 'St. Nicholas's Hospital, Lewes', oval, signed and dated 1779, 9 x 12in. - label verso
Footnote:
James Lambert junior was the nephew and pupil of the landscape artist James Lambert Senior (1735-1788). Originally a coach and sign painter he later turned to landscape painting in both oils and watercolour. Most of his known work (he is a rare artist) concerns topographical and landscape subjects. He lived in Lewes and his work is represented in several public collections and galleries, including the Lewes Castle Museum. The V&A
has works by Lambert who exhibited at the RA 1769-78.


Estimate:  £200 - 300
  
Lot 723
James Lambert jnr. (1741-1799) - pen and watercolour inscribed, 'St. Peter's West-Out, Lewes', oval, signed and dated 1779, 9 x 12in. - label verso
Footnote:
James Lambert junior was the nephew and pupil of the landscape artist James Lambert Senior (1735-1788). Originally a coach and sign painter he later turned to landscape painting in both oils and watercolour. Most of his known work (he is a rare artist) concerns topographical and landscape subjects. He lived in Lewes and his work is represented in several public collections and galleries, including the Lewes Castle Museum. The V&A
has works by Lambert who exhibited at the RA 1769-78.


Estimate:  £200 - 300
  
Lot 724
James Lambert jnr. (1741-1799) - pen and watercolour, inscribed, 'The Inside of the West-Gate, Lewes', oval, signed and dated 1779, 9 x 12in. - label verso
Footnote:
James Lambert junior was the nephew and pupil of the landscape artist James Lambert Senior (1735-1788). Originally a coach and sign painter he later turned to landscape painting in both oils and watercolour. Most of his known work (he is a rare artist) concerns topographical and landscape subjects. He lived in Lewes and his work is represented in several public collections and galleries, including the Lewes Castle Museum. The V&A
have works by Lambert who exhibited at the RA 1769-78.


Estimate:  £200 - 300
  
Lot 725
Albert Pollitt (1856-1926) - late 19th century watercolour, cottage and traveller in mountainous landscape, signed and dated, 1898, 14 x 22in.


Estimate:  £80 - 120
  
Lot 726
Albert Pollitt (1856-1926) - late 19th century watercolour, sheep and shepherd in mountain glen, signed and dated 1898, 14 x 22in.

Estimate:  £80 - 120
  
Lot 727
Richmond Marks - watercolour, fishing cutters in rough seas, initialled, 9 x 15in.

Estimate:  £200 - 300
  
Lot 728
Alexander Carruthers Gould (1870-1948) - watercolour, Windsor Castle from the water meadows, signed, 11 x 18in.
Estimate:  £80 - 120
  
Lot 729
Mabel Spurrier (fl. 1920-40) - watercolour, Eton College with middle-distant figures, horse-drawn cart, signed, 17 x 15in.
Estimate:  £80 - 120
  
Lot 730
Alexander Carruthers Gould (1870-1948) - watercolour, castle ruins with foreground hay-makers, signed, 11in. x 18in.
Estimate:  £80 - 120
  
Lot 731
Charles Harrington (1865-1943) - watercolour near Nutley, Sussex, signed, labelled verso, 7.5 x 10.5in.
Estimate:  £80 - 120
Sold for:   £70
Lot 732
A Victorian oil on canvas - seated female wearing black dress, long gold chain, a book by her side, unsigned, 34 x 29in. - some damage
Estimate:  £50 - 70
Sold for:   £280
Lot 733
A large oil on canvas - portrait of John Ribblesdale after John Singer-Sargent, unsigned, 5ft. x 3ft. 4in.
Estimate:  £70 - 100
Sold for:   £140
Lot 734
A large oil on canvas - half-length portrait of John Singer-Sargent, unsigned, 5ft. x 3ft. 4in.
Sold for:   £100
Lot 735
A large oil on canvas - three-quarter length portrait of Lady Sassoon after John Singer-Sargent, with elaborate head-dress, indistinctly signed, 5ft. x 3ft. 5in.
Estimate:  £60 - 80
Sold for:   £180
Lot 736
A late Victorian oil on canvas - portrait of a bearded gentleman, seated with book, unsigned, 36 x 28in. - relined
Sold for:   £110
Lot 737
A Victorian oil on canvas - half-length portrait of a gentleman, black jacket and white cravat, unsigned, 30 x 25in.
Sold for:   £110
Lot 738
D. Gordon Shields - oil on canvas, portrait of a seated, balding gentleman, signed, 30 x 25in.
Sold for:   £120
Lot 739
A mid-19th century oil on canvas - half-length portrait of a lady, evening dress, unsigned, 30 x 24in.
Estimate:  £100 - 150
Sold for:   £500
Lot 740
An oil on canvas - young seated lady, torn, frameless oil, copy of Gainsborough's Blue Boy, and another, male wearing boater
Sold for:   £110